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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 23, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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ARE THE POLLS ,DISTORTING ELECTION?


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By KELMAN MORIN So some questions arise. Opinion, gave Johnson 64 per On Oct. 14 a newspaper trade aging editor of the magazine, said Republicans are receiving today" and that positions may
A.P. Special Correspondent Is President Johnson In fact cent and described this as an magazine, The American Press, said 10,000 cards had been sent 'very encouraging reports". change by election day.
NEW YORK (AP) Publicu far ahead of Arizona Sen. "unprecedented lead." said its poll of weekly and small to subscribing publishers and about switching. There is the record for this
opinion pollsters !have ,1IacI. Barry Goldwater as the polls Are some factors, deep seated daily newspaper publishers'' replies received from all states year and the stunning results
I Interview
I in I
rough time In this presidential Indicate at this stage? and difficult to measure, operating showed that the publishers betxct'pt Utah, Alaska and Ha- Gallup, an I with of some other years.
U.S. News & World said
election year trying to divine Generally the figures give for Goldwater lieve Goldwater will win majorlwall.. : Report. The pollsters did not hit the"nail
In the Oct. 5 Issue
the Intentions of that sktttery Johnson around 60 per cent of On Oct. 12 pollster Louis Harty support from voters In their How many voters are still he believed magazine's"about 80 cent"of on the head In the COP;
I critter, the American voter. the vote. Some polls run higher ris said the GOP candidate "has circulation areas. The magazine undecided, refuse to state a the voters have made per presidential primaries In New
Nor Is this the first time be than that, and some show a cut President Johnson's Lad." said the poll taken mostly In preference, or may switch be their minds. up Hampshire, Oregon and California
has confounded them notably I in slightly lower figure. On Oct. IS Harris put It at M per cent to 34 rural areas gave Goldwater tween now and election\ dayTOn .
1936, I la 1948 and to a lesser George Gallup, director of the for Goldwater with eight per 59' per cent to Johnson's 40.1 Oct. 22 Goldwater's camPollsters generally emphasize They did not detect the tide of
r degree In US9L American' Institute of Public cent undecided. per cent. Wallace J. Olds, manpelgn director, Denison Kitchel that their findings are "as of (See POLLS en Page 2)
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I WASHINGTON (AP) The (AP) Secretary .
FBI says It has conducted an of Defense Robert S. Mc b Burns Hit
1
j extensive Investigation of Walter Miller Raps Namara says neither the Kremlin
p W. 'Jenkins and found not
Red
shakeup nor China'snuclear
evidence that President Johnson's FBI Report detonation will bring For Ignoring
aide for 25 compromised
top years any significant Increase In next
the security or Interests 'CAMDEN N.J. AP years military budget. -
( ) Rep. iC ChannelsJACKSONVILLE
of the United States I in any of
Speaking
William E. Miller challenged today
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I manner. 't Y"r
U.S. nuclear
the Federal Bureau of Investigation -
Jenkins resigned at Johnson's report that its inquiry might Thursday 0 0c 0llai (APThe)
request on Oct. 14 after it became turned up nothing to show A at a news conference Jacksonville police department
public knowledge that the that Walter Jenkins had compromised he said Is manipulated by politician to
special presidential assistant the security Interestsof "these forcesare the point where corruption withIn
had been arrested at the YMCA the United State adequate to the force Is Inevitable, said
1 here on morals charges In 1959 survive a surprise a report by the International Association ..;
and again last Oct. 7. "No man can say today that attack T of Chief of Police

In reporting to Johnson there has been a leak or there upon this coun- + .' The 400-page! report, financedby
I Thursday night on the Investigation was not," the Republican vice McNamara try, and survIve 4 the city and made public
he had ordered, the FBI presidential nominee told a with suffI- Thursday found Inefficiency
said: breakfast rally here. dent power to strike back in throughout the departmentIt

It found that Jenkins "had "What-have they got except such a way as to assure the cited failure to take action
limited association with some Jenkins' statement?" he told a simultaneous destruction of the when six officers wet arrested

Individuals who are alleged to reporter later. Communist Chinese and the -...... for taking bribes, order to keep
j be, or who admittedly are, sex Soviet societies" h a quiet while the county solicitor
II deviates" but there Is no Information McNamara said It Is too earlyto "o was Investigating\ bribery
"a reported to Indicate he assess the military significance 1 charge, too much: brass u the
"ever had improper acts with of the ouster of Nlklta result of political maneuvering,
them." 0 Ike Goes I Khrushchev and other changes .fo .' ... political tatkk being assigned to
i Jenkins' "admitted having In the Soviet hierarchy. However policemen unkept< policemen,
engaged in Atltdecent acts for he voiced confidence that 'poof moMie and- tow publla re-
which ha wag arrested hv.1959 / Hospital Jibe( United States' present'con'ventienal ":"gird for the force
and 1964." He said that he bad.- forces and battlefield Mayor Haydon Burns was crllkiaed -
ff not known Andy Choka, with nuclear weapons strength are lor keeping", tome member
rem he was arrested on Oct. For Throat enough to protect national security CA. ws wi .s of the fore answering directly
"for the foreseeable fu- to him Instead ef to the
7.H told the FBI no attempt By JOHN BARBOUR ture." End of a Gun Battle police chief As mayor-commis
had ever been made to compromise "If there should be any Indication stoner of Jacksonville, Burn. I 11
I or blackmail him. WASHINGTON (AP) For- of significant Increases in A man Identified aw John Amato lira handcuffed and critically wounded on Fifth administrative head of the
m '"Jenkins said he was "enticed" mer President Dwight D. El Soviet forces, or Soviet military Avenue sidewalk curb after he was struck by five bullet Ida gun battle with police. clt''. police and fir depart-
by the arresting officer In 1959 aes hover Is making satisfactory budgets, for example we shall Two other gunmen were captured, along with 13.000 loot from Jewelry store holdup ments. II* also presides ai
I and "his mind was befuddled by progress today after a night of be able to take the necessary on West 56th Street Just off Fifth Avenue. Amato returned detective fire after they chairman of the city commission. .
I fatigue alcohol, physical Illness rest I In Walter Reed General steps" to counter these Increase ordered him to atop. .

and lack of food" at the time of Hospital for a painful cougfi before they are effective," Mc Burns, who I It campaigning for
the Oct. 7 arrest and throat Irritation. Namara laid IIhe Democratic
governor :
The President has said that Admitted Thursday to guard All this suggests that the milItary Press Is Told to Keep Up nominee, denied in Tampa that
I until the day he asked Jenkins against complications\ the five budget for 19M will again the Jacksonville: police depart.
1 to resign he had no informationSee star generalwas call for spending of about ISO men Is "manlpulaUble" U
( JENKINS ea Page 2) resting in ,billion. charged and said :appointments
I bed but not The defense secretary said With Change Growth of V.S. art controlled by Civil Service.
the United States had intki- ,
No Verdict restricted to ithi Placing: political leadershipand
pated for about three years police administration one
doctor
hi Communist China's successful By NORM taCOB people to I man has a long history of pellet
reported
In morning brief-a detonation of a nuclear device San Staff Writer ty.This nowise failure, the report said,
Burglary last week. br and added that when this
Ing. Change which I* not understand It hap.
"The actual detonation therefore Clay, Atla :
and which
U. Gen Leonard
sparesno
does not require any : integrity and Impartiality In
Case HereA D. Beaton, one has created a new, newsman t I
change in our strategic nuclear criminal ,
administering Justice
America In tune reporters
Army surgeongeneral strange our ,I
i' EIaeUIwIr forces or the plans for those mutt suffer. A police depart
.. formal standards day night
.
six man Circuit Court and El- forces" he said.Describing one demanding
'
ment
Jury failed to reach a verdict senhower's chief physician.. ,Issued ; the device In the of public beauty, and Hit become manlpulaUble.
And a minlpulitoble department
Thursday Light! In the trial of this statement: 'j pioneer Chinese atomic blast a* newsmen to define ttwm. note speech become corruptable and

f Eddie James Dixon, accused of "Gen. Eisenhower' temperature primitive "large and unwleldy" It newsmen f.111o recognize the role of usually corrupt

breaking Into the NeighborhoodService I II normal and he I II making and "difficult to deliver"McNamara ceaseless II'Owth.nd change, bit "Then It draw not only from
Station, 637 NW 13th said "it representsa fail to apprehend the new concern solve their
satisfactory progress. the public till/ but also from a
St.. last May. technology comparable to that << for a quality environment, Clay I Is network of vice and rackets
) The case turned on circumstantial Hospital spokesmen said that of our devices of IS or more fail to ten the public what Is : which fester beneath the complacency
evidence. a vaporizer wa* being used lathe years ago." happening to buildings and editor of : of a city.
David Anderson asst state I general's quarter to. Increase McNamara predicted it will streets then the. press will Courier The report said the depart
attorney, pad be expects the &hIln8DIdIiJ.AJthoqb (SeBUDGCTeaPage2)Burns have thwarted the potential of design at ment 1 Ia reasonably financed
'case to be scheduled for another Eisenhower la not' staffed and equipped to successfully -

trial having visitors, his wife, Mama perform It* minion but
Dixon't attorney la R. A. is keeping In touch with Call s Bank Cards a lack: capable admlnUtrstlon.
(Bossy Green Jr., the public the situation, spokesmen said. Political: manipulation/ of the
defender. Circuit Judge J. C. department. baa become so serious

Adktas Jr. presided Usual medication are being TALLAHASSEE (AP) Hay ..r says the report. that city
The station was burglarized administered, and the doctors: don Burn. Democratic nomine councilman and commissioners

both the nignta of May 21 and are urging of their fluids.patient a* to.part drinkquan<lel oflie for governor, says bank: signature .. -: '" ..' v' rl. .. .,. .. I J 0 )of. <.'.": (Set JAX en rile I)
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22, in a similar manner. cigarette cards presented by his Re- t. .;.\.r
machine wa dragged standard treatment for the publican opponent. Charles R. ,,."J .. .. r'i: I ; ;
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from the station office Into a painful, wracking cough and Holley are frauds. : -:. :
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rear area and smashed open. ore threat that brought the Holley' presented the cards and 0, .... ... > t9 _
Cigarette and money were token. former president to the hospi the report of a handwriting ex r' ftDl..o..oruaoru> ';,r" '. : ) Toys
An old Jacket may have Thursday. pert. Harry W. Ribbon et I&. ,. .. .... ---S'
been taken In the second !break- When admitted, lib general Petersburg Thursday at a news j-: RJ.r ..... ;

In.The condition wa* described at satisfactory conference I r'Y.....i...,...<. second burglarly occurred except for the tnoderately One card was an authority to :it" y..: ........T_ -". *-\-l'.... .
between 11 p m. May 21 and severe bflammafloa efhi mail vouchers and the ether authority -. .....*Mfitm4..*.aeg... *... i
1:30 .... May 22. Disoa wa windpipe and branchial to make a service t; *u*. 'I/.I. Tots?
(See COURT ea Page 2) tubes.Mil charge. They were signed 'i. !1i wa...r.iserr. b..rsa oarssGA I
'tiaydon Burns" and carried ..-......."......... .' i v ': '.';,.,
the name "Bank of NovaBurnt j jScotia. ,.. ,j'-. "lhl '
1 I ." l1'.r 1.' ... .. <. Have ..,.. wU taaV
M H I M. ) Ul II' laid ail bit bank account I .. .....\ I" '...,.. ..., .lf ; ThaT what *h. work.en .
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I were wrier the tifnatora !. h.t",....:.., : ".: 'w..r t' ,ar.1. ef "Tey* the TMs"I
who .... .
*W. Burn" are toy*
> Haydon ... .. .
HoOey said last week that J .. wW ", ( ***

What 44 hem alter the United .... ...... card I Bum* .had 1X2 million In a NatI' [ :: -. j dren are htptog ....Ie asCotoHvU

were banded oat al were lack except far eaw seen pct ass honk. account and named the ... wrer -.. w. de Karttoftoday.

wan A YnestbtC'" report Pries Chief i Bank of lion Scotia.Three day* ..-.... ..-- : "" ;
j later Burn took reporters to i .. ...r rlr\ : Mwr.. ow lip. did v hnftnevaled
W. D. JeiMr. :. -... -...-.--...
I _. ....... Between an aalasjtrtkanai
Tit raaaaainie Puke D.partmw/ TffaM and obtained a state- -.-- .
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U l00p.r caat participation In t" UittedrBM '.,taut from the bank BnaHiiil J I .ti/ *
drive br S2 esnployea. 'AD tntagwCMtrihertieei \ that .he wee aunortnd to say ; 4 .. '.,.. a* neeaydattvtfed ekttds. er be ..
'..
., abnew4 lit a penad vac Burns did not have an account '. .. ..'1., ... at Pat Margaret
J .....
given.W 1# \ there and never had ... I Ann Beat to as*
.... deatn t, :i
er
eny
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found we didn't cod n pedal stand to pxanili Bum said he would not answer -. MM 1I
the f nd." 11* oaf ..... 0w hey an really Pr .... any more ef Honey's state ." ::: I .... tar kaaw liaaaij aaaa.?. 1' !tI.
werthwhflt thaac Uk ....* ; natwav..' HoOey said he had eonexaJed .. ,|aaf. ''AI

Art TM tWf peer fair abate far fee VHUtmMft- has kneatlajatlon. ,
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Z G-.lmtv.li San f.. Cttaler 23. 1964
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PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. More AboutPolls


Let US KnowAre




From Page 1 you for Goldwater or for Johwoa Why?

We'd like to know ud w. think oar readers would, too.

write-in votes that gave the New Send m a letter (not over IN word la length) explaining

Hampshire election to Ambassador your choice In the president! race. We'll print a

Henry Cabot Lodge. In selection of render'i replies.

Oregon polls showed Lodge Write tot

leading whereas New York's Editor

Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller won. The Gainesville Sun

In California Rockefeller led in Driver AGainesville

the polls but Goldwater won In Fla. I II

the ballot box.

4rtt In both Oregon and California,,
pollsters did get close to the More About

beam in the llth-hour reporting. elJituaries

They spoke of shifts toward JenkinsFrom 10 e.wr.l ." .........,.. ,11 50,4,01MNCN
Rockefeller In Oregon and toward III 11I11 Ms

Goldwater in California.The G. G. COOPER JR. .
recent national electionsIn Page 1

Britain also confounded the that would have led him to DUNNELLONGeorgeGregg

pollsters. The Labor party won Hoover said Jenkins told the Cooper Jr., 65, died
by 0.7 per cent. Thursday afternoon In an accident I
FBI "he would lay down his life
On election day Oct 15, three before he would disclose any on U. S. 301 near Is-

major polls published their final Information that would damage land* Grove. air- f
A floor' finisher he was a
,
surveys.The the best Interest of the United
National Opinion Poll States." Tampa native. He was a mem-

picked Labor by 3 per cent The ber of the Methodist Church. I
question the personal conduct of
Labor Survivors Include his widow
Gallup poll saw winningby
his aide:
3.S per cent. And the newspaper Mrs. Madge A. Cooper; the CourseFour
Dally Express published There was no Immediate com- a daughter, Mn. Mildred C. Charting

r n Xw results of Its own survey showing ment on the report of the FBI McFarlin St. Petersburg; a journalists and architects taking part in a seminar about the role of

'. the Conservativeswinningby investigation from the White son, Robert Deland; two the press in reportingthe cityscape eat down together Thursday to coordinate

01 per cent House or from Republicans. The brothers Clarence Jackson- their remarks. From left are Rae O. Weimer, director, University of Florida v

But these reverseEnglishresults Jenkins arrests have become an sonvllle; and John, Orlando; School of Journalism and Communications: ; Roy Pooley, president of the Florida t

.... (AP Wlropnotot) in both the United Issue In the presidential election and a sister Mrs. Annie Dorm Society of Architects; Grady Clay, critic writer and real estate; editor of f

.. States and are 'campaign, and Dean Burch Lakeland the Louisville (Ky.) Courier-Journal; and T. C. Bannister chairman of the UF I i'l
compare
in Medicine Republican national chairman
Century minor slips to the ETHEL WEEKSMrs. Department of Architecture.
]has charged the President with f
shockers of UM and 194*.
Dr. Katherine A. Nye, 77 (left) and her sister In Ittt the magazine Literary I covering up the first arrest Ethel L. Weeks 66 111 More About f
SE 5th Ave. died this
morning -
Dr. Lillian 79 who have
Nye served
a total of more
Digest sent out cards asking the The report which FBI Director
at Alachua General
: Hospital -
than 100 in medicine
years beam Wednesday night preferences of more than 2 million I J. Edgar Hoover sent to
following short Illness.
as University they receive of Minnesota medals and certificates representing persons. On the basis of ,Johnson and acting Atty. Gen. A native of a Enterprise Ala., Press FUNERAL ,
Outstanding Achievement I Nicholas Katzenbach said Jenkins
replies the magazine concludedthat
Awards. The sisters natives Art.. Weeks came to Gainesville
of Zumbrota and graduates
I had been cleared
Gov. Alfred M. Landon on security : NOTICES
in of St.the Paul.VIEWPOINT university. both have held medical positions I would defeat Franklin D. Roose I checks In 1954, '.1957 and Ala.31 years She wu ago a from member Samson 01- From Page 1to' u

velt. Instead there was 0 I I9M. the North Central Baptist j for the beauty of the cityscape
.
Roosevelt landslide., Jenkins 46, and the father of Church nee held warm within the In- live an environment of order slows Ml. TOM Pwwrrt MrvlcMMr '

six was placed In George Washington Survivors Include her husband dividual heart Is becomla g and beauty. I Mr.:* PM.Irown M, 000 fomity.ft will Octohor M hoMM 15,
Clara Booth Lace former Thepubllcwantato know IM .t Church oi oo oy" ran *
About University ,Hospital by Ammle B. Weeks four more formal is falling Into
More ;
NowMrry wlHI alder Rile!
U. S. ambassador to Italy anda r what Is to the towns :=' I
Dr. Charles the happening ..
Thompson day daughters, Mrs. Bertha Hunt the hands of experts. MMucHnf mo will' 'M
strong supporter of Repub- and and if M _If C-.v Nod IN eE
the arrests became public From this tide of ceaseless cities only they
01 Crescent City, Fla., Mrs. ration of Duncm ._ """orIle''.....
lican Barry Goldwater for president CourtFrom knowledge. He remains hospi na Robinson and Mrs. Ellen hinge, Mid City, his emerged know can they take control.To "Mr." Swn. w,0 0v.d N Nwvbtrry.
dial Octobor M, ot hit homo
asked INC llh
was at a news conference 1
,
talized. Brown, both of Gainesville and a new public appetite I solve the problems brought) or e tan* NIMM. .
about
Thursday night
Time endorsement 1 The FBI said investigation ilrs. Sarah Terry of Honolulu, hunger for knowledge about I the 'about by change the HAWKINS, IIV. IAMUIL N. 'u..... I

of President magazine's Johnson."I /. .t Page covered "the full scope: of Mr. lawiii; two brothers Manuel urban environment and desire techniques and attitudes of reporters Mlnlitar M MrvkM, will,tar to Itv.MM Hi N*I in':e OM f. n M.M ,. I

1 Jenkins' life, from his early 1 Johnson of Pensacola and to achieve a quality envlro must change, Clay toils toturMy. Octthtr M IfM 51h..
don blocks from the I
t disagree with seen, eight Ml. Ctrmol lovtltl Clwrdl wlft, sue.
them" she replied. "They disagree station about 1:39: a.m., carryIng years In Texas to the present John Johnson of Orlando ment. I fellow joutnallsta. T. 0. C_ ountmllnt; M.* MrvkMlurM .
Suburbanites have will ht M Sontarl FlirWlIwiMy.
time and that more than 500 three sisters Mrs. Ullle Mil expressed
with I endorsed box. Ho with another' Ottobor Mm, war m* direction
me. ;.\ a was tenons, Including current and Andrews of Center, Tex., Mrs. two great major concerns Inrec.nt "Newspapers which fall to Ol DWKM ......... Marl)I.e'
Goldwater before they endorsed since blamed for another .....
man : First quality education 4 evaluate that environment are Howklnt who IHn" St at
Johnson." former neighbors, business Mary Warr of Samson and I years NW 4th A.... OllMMlW ,.Kl Och
burglary. associates, social: acquaintancesand Mrs. Manic P. White of Milan I for their children.' Sec- t depriving men and women of Mr W. ,.. M ft* Ala, OonorolMnttlM .
Mr.. Luce who was In Philadelphia officer subsequently NN 05e ML1 N5N.. 5.,.
When
a police
for chance to make better
school Fla. and end Clay said Is a desire j a a
classmates >were ; 11 grandchildren 4 WM Mm In MoiMctltt' FloeM -
make Is
to a speech asked Dixon what the interviewed I quality environment hi which community." *. M* WM a momMr ol Htyil Arch
12 great grandchildren. j a .
.
tilt_wife of Henry R. Luce box contained Dixon dropped MMM HI.or. Id Lotto.MorrowlMM
must Jorlcno ol
a new Mluloniry
Reporters assume
editorial chairman of Tims.Abbetl. the box and ran. In the box ... N0Mwn D,1r1ct, of IN J.ruMNrnANNMILn
responsibility, to tell their M mtor *f I55 ltr '"f
SUSPECTRobert wen cigarettes covered by the I Young Victor's Ashes Will :readers how to come to terms Dlroctart tf Hit Oontrtl I It 1 1 1.
Staff CmMMlOT lit PttrMi. loclMorvlc
old Jacket from the station with the new experiences. Ctmmlulon of Motlonil. lot-.
(All wNMhl.1, nor Convention of Amerko. tnt Poll.booren .
Ray Abbott 21 Day- the
Dixon day before had .. .
,
L.
H WM I Mini. tar
,ton, Ky., 1s being quizzed In Victor loler II, had a sold dozens of packs of cigar He Couldn'tholding "If we don't tell the general ..."_.. Mllbtorort. _.will M IK* Mown-
Do Ic .
connection with the slaying of great love for the sea sad ettes. These bore the 11III..bol..ller' Traveling public what they are getting, M II..y. w. 0. Demit", pllbs.r Rev. ...n Ooem will,
a nurse, Wanda travel hen I think will have thwarted ..... A. JoMilne, ..... C. J. Jahnnn,
wanted far
to to we
-
away number 11th. "; II.... A. Vlmi.' ..... S. J. UmpMn'
Cook 24, Belle- place .. He .,.. Item packs' taken from the station. ,BY CHARLES WOTTED "Victor," she said one evening his mother's hand the potential of a great I Lowe .... JULIAN IIONAIO FMril .

rue N.' Y. Her Hodgklns disease sad died. In other' eases, tIILre were Miami Herald Writer "you hid better eat, or he died. people! to create a better sod wrvkH. tar Mr. Lmt .-t> 43.

body' was Wednesday and Us aihas win these proceedings: ',Written For The you'll starve to death." His funeral will be Saturday ty," he said "We will have 50511,0"" ,..".. 1NI.10Nt0 ltd St .,'.tl
stuffed In a be scattered at ....See story "Momma, it doesn't matterany night Afterward he will .be denied them fools to come to .T 0 S::day'NIOclIs b15.. iNd: T.:; t
trunk and shlp-j| -Johnny L. Moore 22, plead- Associated Press ,_.. Cft- .u..... Oa.,1S.
!tlklttlllN'kp more, he replied. cremated.And erms with heir" environment. Jww.JsM4 1.nw51 H_ M
ped from Cincinnati 1 < et guilty to charges of forgery MIAMI (AP) Victor Soler, "All right," she said trying eft.... d ...01'L "Mr"
and uttering a forgery He previously then his parents plan to Newsmen must study their L_ WM llvM M Ml N. I.
to' | BACK HOME IS, had two big wishes in life: to sound bantering "how do kid s". ,. ailnMvHM. "IM TimMy -
Cleveland. Ab- pleaded no contest to a to play the trumpet and to go want to be burled?" hire a boat and take the urn c ity's streets and building.. ranlnf, :. nw" :unlMrllly' Ho..|.
Harry S. Truman Is back Ad. you out to as far as they can lid tell IM MNr al limu. Mr Lowt Im
bott has deniedthe charge of auto theft. Judge to the far places of the world. "I don't want to be burled, sea must what they. .. Slow' hi Oilnnviiw Win n... com-

slsylng. He home in Independence after kins found him guilty of both He had a great love for the Momma," he slid. "I want toM go and scatter his ashes. More Clay said, newsmen wM.lot hon. 0,5055 from.QrUn N "MSlhid1."" FjifKl" Church.050t05. ". Ht.
nine In Kinsss
Is being held in days a City counts, and Imposed sentences cremated." "That's the only was we can oust teach: the public to see.

Jail in Newport, Ky., across the hospital.The who isM uf three years In state prison, sea.Even after the fevers began A few days ago they took send him to travel" Mrs. Soler I nd to talk the language of the I" FUMTII, MrvkM..... JAMes tar Mr.NAN1OMI"Mirlln" ..-.

Ohio River from C I n elnnatl former president, to run concurrently. list April and the tests and Victor to St Francis HospitalAt said. "The sea will carry him ;Ity's streets and buildings the n. nHnt lirmwi will, k* .HoK olS

where Miss Cook apparently suffered a cut over his right -William Lee Kirby It, shots and trips to the hospital 12:30: aim. Wednesday to all parts of the world." :ntlcon of Kale and propo M Union r'.M.lopll M IvMiy.ciHirch Octaktr with' .3:'.. WMol Colorlol I
was slain In a downtown hotel. eye and broke two ribs when he withdrew his plea of Innocentto Victor would go to the b e a c h 1 on height and function. ell Du_ .MMK/1S tM ,
fell In the bathroom of his will he ta Union Cemetery un.or .
charges of forgery and uttering with his parents and little sister me llroctlon M Jenei-Joimvn Fun.Orel ,
EXPLANATIONJeanPaul home Oct. 13. Adklns He would lie down Weather Roundup Presiding over the program Mom. "Mr" MIA, wnt llvM ol
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a forgery Judge Maya was Rae 0. Weimer director, Archer, Ole* TkurMoy tftlrnMn. Mr
surf could touch him "Merlin" WM Mrs on Aerii N. ISIS
ordered a pre-sentence Investigation. where the
'. Sartre the author School of Journalism and Com In Alochu County en* Hot live noor
and rejected the and go to sleep. A munications. Other Art,., ell hit (IN). Active .libtor.
., speakIng oro will M Don '
.warxou. Alothrook.
rhllosopher. M. er.L Tommy ,
had
Nobel literature for Jurors were Arthur M. Me- Doctors said Victor Hodg. guests were T. C. Bannister WU J. ,trnowtrth "MoraNl" 5...
Neely Junes Y. Milliard Cull- tins disease, a chronic, progressive A. J. -. *M MM ..... IN,.
literary and politics! reasons dean of the Department 01 .... tollMoren will M 'roller .
he says. ford B. Redding, Walter I. KIn- ailment that attack s Architecture; and Roy Pooley, Smltn ole Mottn. .. P. Cook Homer
and Joneb Jemet '- ashcan! Nettil
"A writer who takes political nerson Rufus L. Green and the lymph system liver .. Jacksonville, president of the *. U. 0. NetllM and C. a. MoyM.ATIIS -

social or literary positions must Donald B. Martin. spleen. His chances were not A __oil, loir sir MINi Milt, Florida Association of Arcniects. "M" *. tie Funer* wrvlco,
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ono totvrtoy
act: mly with the means that tow 44 I* ... totvrcay M MBC lM. : tar Mr Wotert, ot* 41. ttrmer, will
Unable to continue his ninth M hsld ot I:W PM."", twiioy. Oc-
are his, Sartre si id. Those More About taker M. IU et AIMI' C....... A.M f.
means; he continued are the grade classes Victor's world l D- Fair through Saturday e' a w addition to Parker today'. Ctairch with Robert v. .ody con-
shrank the confines of his cool Include Dan dudeIM. -.... IwrW' win he M
to mild and speakers Branch
written word.A days 50.4 .... CwniMry vn.ar IN ,....
writer must not accept official Jax bedroom. nights. Low tonight In 40s, University of Florida architectural Non_tf.SWAM...w_a _ChMMm. 1ww'1

awards because: to do so His father Herman Soler 40. high Saturday In 70s. Variable professor David Godachalk I It* let. WI'I"PI.' !*. OlOt'VuoT.

would add to the power of his From 1 in airplane mechanic, and 8 to 12 mile winds. ..er l9 Gainesville planning day oily, TMcMn OctaMT a NM*n4.*| oner of Nw. Oil....,*....
the Influence of the Institution Page mother Nina 34, _a cashier In a a 1 FMr tknufh SMunttv. mild I director; George McCue, St .kit IlkioM. Mr. w..... WM kern on
pen din Mid cool M MO. low tanlM, MMo. .... n, im In wmkjhM on* .no. nv.o .
that crowned his work restaurant at Miami international hNjh 5.190.0 vwor m. VlriMltinMtly Louis (Mo.) Post Dispatch; I In wtNittan Ml hhj Hte. Mr w.....
I often direct the use of specificofficers : Airport, did what they north lAd normtoM S It II and Dr. Richard Dewey head, WM S memher M Aden ChMM AMI
with a prize, he declared. That, ""/.. WI- Church wrvhfine member! M mo I
he 1.ld. wu not fair to the for political taska. could to make his time plea- O MMIIV lair' throufh toturdoyMIX Department of Sociology University raspy Ire wMt. Mrt. too* Wotan m
"One of the major flaws ol! "" dirt on< c.ol ft'''''''. tow loniM of New Wllllotoni' ail outer. "Mrs" Miry oil.yor .
-- Hampshire.More
reader noor M. hia 5110'500 mMrM.Moitly or Wll1.51MrsS tromtn.-.
the Jacksonville police ls that It sent.He tooted his trumpet and his """ ntrllioMl I to I) milt wIMt.HI liiieh Www air ... JM w...Mr...
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SONG ACTLiza fuses politics and administration mother would read travel booksto .' mlo.. ... .. of Mlomli ,JM,.J. Wit.M
lA' WI,..,'..., Low tonlglif Mth w AboutBudget air onclo M Ameo
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the report said "For police him. They talked of faraway rose 7M. Many ,0r0MN Wlor H M* ,.. NO,..
GAINESVILLE WEATHER "- '"! Wlnlal, ard ",.. '
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MlaelU. II daughter of United Nilkai S set etary- to work under such cl rl'umplaces.. A stack of National "11,00 tPM asahl9n Lu". P5,55, lit __1110.Io1oot / .Ih0
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singer Judy Garland arrivesIn General V Taint at a New stances, Integrity and impartiality Geographies accumulated dating ,;, L'* tM/.M M N Te 50* 5.,1n. Municipal Airport readings .. ail 1 Ii I

London tonight to star with Yerk sews conference n,. In administering criminal back to 1901. =I..l M.Or ,aM.Mp 5 w u lor U IIoun to I ..m. today:

her Mother In their first full gaited that Nlklta Khrushchev. Justice must suffer," said the report At the airport word of Via 0.r.K -L..lolly/MIaM" flaw 0,4''' !;. High 71 at 3 pmfcW 41 "

concert. be permitted to make a pnbUc made by A. Everett Leonard tor's illness got around. Fourteen uooIoy p00 M NMMMd it ta w MIN 3 a.m. No rain. From Page 1 Gainctyilb Sun ::1
"Judy and Lisa have appeared statement M the situation of the field service division of the sheriffs airport detachment riMPMATUIIS w010* II.IIWNIIIsriw.taK ALMANAC

together before" said leading to his replacement InRassla. of the International Associationof rolled up their sleevesto N'. law ..... edtd Mdai .- -- ? ... son ".... be many years before China can """ 0IIce0t I

.:.p iesm.n for Miss Garland Taint else expressed Police Chiefs. help supply blood transfustons. M..mt J.III.. 11 N N M TM_100 Moon t.rwreW rMI ... no ... I 4,/I M ,........... nuclear the capability to tartlet turetor. by ,th end* GdMewllkj StfJvy. mom.me lass.

"but they never have confidence that Soviet foreign Charges of police corruption Some of them gave twice. ""M'09500,4 n OJ damage en this country lklr. Cowpony at 101 St2ntl
given a complete concert be-' policy would Ml change under and low morale had been burled Officers also arranged for 5.l tl.w..,V1A : :: ::-:=:MN/191M, or on our allies." Ptac. Galnnvlll. .*. Florida. ,

fore.'"" te sew leadership.Jfrn at Burns during the 19(3! campaign Victor to visit the airport control WMNytwt_ : .: JY.1/0 vlw.Le. rN.1 LA"IT'CftIC .. .... n'M. Their air force now, he said end wwt enttrtd*, Isle II Pa*MCOTK bike clam l .
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for mayor. After the election tower. He stood behind the Kai'. City o a MM SNurl rl.S 11I-. 1 1.57.,...... II "small, relatively obsolete"and Sa"-01'" F,." ..
Med Society Picks Members he asked that a professional glass and watched the Jets takeoff taoAH RaT TI, S .... ., vM"*" Mw to i1.1 ... ...... I
"!ell lit a a 1. d composed of about .... alCUUTIOM lAm IT
study be made and the city of them bound for .:5.hPMn LOW lit rls ...... .... 5 MAIIN. lee1CA5T .
some w CAiailt
Eight local phy.lcllne have ton. Dr G. A. B. Cowin, lit' .... ..IT IUL' rMaWPM men compared to the ".100 InUIt Ot MAIL
Leon council paid $23,800 for the re- the other side of the work / ... I.... ..., sts -- .- Is ii "-.1 u.s. Air Force. I we .4* r
been elected wovIlIOll.1 memo Mader Dr. JaM r. port. But he was losing weight fast IM II ISNh.... IS *.... oovroy. Paw. .1I 0 Mae. .US

bera of the AI.chul Co unly Cluxtnn Dr. C. John Rube.I We found the major weakness and had no appetite. Nightswere I I Five Day Forecast I I Many of China's planes are All moll ascrlafNS1111w

Medical Society organizationSt&fel. Dr. Vincent a. Stengpteldent of the Jacksonville police hellish for the fever would obsolete. Soviet-bum MlGswhich 'Ie ,..., 1ft __.

Dr Thomu M. Brill er and Dr. Robert T. Cerney. department to be the manner In not let him sleep. Sometimeshe I Temperature will average 70 In the extreme south. Little I be said have short (;hQ--....... a /MIff Ionou MU.

lAid today All but. Dr. C.rney are staff which its resources are directed screamed In frustration. three to five degrees below the rain Is expected but some lightto anges and "no capability of A. seb11IIn,11'weM ...... I
The members members 01 the University of managed and controlled" Nina Soler felt that her sen seasonal norms. Normal highs moderate showers probablynot carrying the type of nuclear 0."dy OYMNey II

Dr. Fcaoisco new Garcia Include Florida College 01 Medicine. Dr. the report said. "Capable administration was entitled to make a vital range from 7i in the extreme over one quarter inch are weapons that China la likely to iFZ&r&srzz'zTV .

rhea Dr. R. Delft BongoCarney I. a physician at the was found to be decision. She approached it very north to IS .ia south Florida. likely early In the week. have at any time ta the near .ss s.II.Me ... --.
Coddllle. Ii 01 r Intlrm.ry. .antln,." lightly. I Lows vary from U In aorta to future" I \




I ; Farce Making Shambles of Campaign Coverage :'I




;* 0 fork ffintM log to the dignity of governmenl. Union and China. Ithe problem and responsiblli-, wu a bad vaudeville skit the candidate the chain of BOBMOM the offer came oa the air sotto of the President's audience on I

,By JACK GOULD That the President spoke In I lift outlined by Johnson makes this country's vaunted began.In talk about Moscow and Peip. three minor[.

NEW YORK The role of The absurdity of lection '31S his capacity as chief executive Save for section 315. the aena.Iin. Independence of reporting lid a commendible effort to tag but to Inject the Walter In aD Hue It was the viewer

tehvisloa In the political cam- of the Communications Act 'he a moment of national anal.-,toe would have bad equal opty foolish. The Federal Cam mu. achieve some sort of balance Jenkins case and appeal far I who paid 1M price. Perhapatne

paler has become a serry provision stipulating tlm mul-! II goes without saying but that portunitJ. The networks are lUcaUona Commission not the the National Broadcasting Company campaign !\ Inevitably, be most .important tasne of

farce.-A medium which in past tit I u din 1 0 u. fringe candi-) there were political e v e r not blind to straight news vii- IbroIdc.ter. now stands supreme offered Dean Berth Democrats than demanded time the hour was net offered with

presidential campaigns c o ..- dates must he accorded the tones to his appearance w. .... But .bad they profernd hi deciding whether a chairman of me Republican Na-.I to answer Buna's answer S semblance of coapteteuesa'and .

trlbutod substantially to pul). same attentions as the Relic common sense and viewer lo- equal time they would have bid news event does or does not t seal Committee, equal time. Meanwhile, Mdwator's supporters '' balance.. .....* there was

awareness of.. Issues has publican and Democratic nom- crest dictated that Sea Barry lit offer the IIIDt privilege to ,rail for equal time When the By inviting a party functionary had to come op "'till substituted a Urieame game of
been handcuffed: by a htdl-! 1nH.. reached a climax In the Goldwater should be heard M. at least a balf-dolea IICIIIIIIUtleoI'r rather than the. presidential COSMOS to buy a marginal ..le<..-lid .that thwarted the ,

coma' law and abused by both episode Involving President I". until the vote 11 In b. who also have declared lot the F. C.C. decided the Piesi- I Iltat' tkixfidate.. section US could be .half, hour en one network. public's ......

parties with clumsy spot Johnson's address to the na- toes stand a the one presidency. : remarks were not delivered ,circumvented. But Burch. ta American aVoadcattiag Co, to mderitand seriaas opportunity natters

Munccments that art demean-'Uon oa events ta the Soviet man who might lllve to meet Accordingly, what ensued,: ta his capacity as a ,clear disregard. of the sparM ate and reach probably. a fractioa confroattasj IDS nation.


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Vic prwMMt ..d OHHUHat. MMopr.THE 8y RALPH McGILLf.IN \ .
... ..... ....,.. ....- 411L / WASHINGTON President Johnson made a surprising
SUN'S POLICY Ou.. 10..' _,.... statement to the American: people last Sunday night, but it '
attracted scant attention. Without consulting Congress or even
1. Report the ntwt fully Aid Impartially In the nsws column. the leaden of both parties. Mr. Johnson announced a decision

2. Cxprtu the opinions of the Sun In--tut only fc>-editorials. involving the possible use of nuclear force against Red Chinaor
3. Publish oil sides of Important conkovtnlal' liwti. any other country possessing nuclear weapons which may

threaten the security of non-nuclear nations. He said:
The Sun's : All departments 378-1411
telephones Amidst "The nations that do not seek national nuclear weapons can I

be sure that If they need our strong support against some

threat of ,nuclear blackmail, then they will have II."


Herbert Clark Hoover ChangeWashington A POLICY of such far-reaching significance was thus made .

by one man and proclaimed to the world. Whether this was

Th nation mourns the passing of enough to see that image destroyed, Notebook: It an impulsive act or the result of high-level discussion has

( a good and great man Herbert Clark by and large and replaced by, the was only a few days ago that not been revealed. But it certainly runs contrary to the spiritof

Hoover.Mr. more faithful image of a great, good Communist China flung perhaps what the President had said on September 28 at Man
I its most bitter tirade at Chester NH., where he made two speeches. In the first be
and competent engineer who was Nlklta Khrushchev.: Pekl n ,'. fore the Weekly Newspaper Editors Association of New Hampshire

Hoover first came Into promt called upon many times, in Democratic radio, rich in Invectives, described he declared: ;

nence In 1917 and 1918 as a humanl as well as Republican administrations Mr. K. u a "big conspirator "Our military strength is vital to our security and Important I'I

tarian food administrator during for counsel and help. careerist and double to our influence. It cannot be used to compel and frighten all t! i
rear
and after the first world war. Later faced hypocrite" In all his others into following our command. Nor can it build the Ias&I

t from 1929 until 1933 he served u Nor did Mr. Hoover shirk those ugliness.Now Mr. Khrushchev has big framework of enduring peace. The only consequence of such 1

( President of the United State calls. He served as chairman of a been stripped of rank and po. a policy would be constant
contact, rising hostility, and 1
I commission, which later bore his sition. Because most Russians r ..
tension.
deepening C
Succumbing at the age of 90 name to study the creation of a have affection for him, and "Force will not bring an end 1 i i" 1

t Mr. Hoover lived a long, useful, sue more efficient executive branch of believed be would keep them Voice of the People to the arms race. We cannot t
out of war, the transition was I i I
coerce others to negotiate.
E cessful and very busy life. He was government almost gentle If we see it We cannot compel them
conservative in the noblest in
a sense with other
comparison I t
to be reasonable and ..... It
of that word-a man who not only Even those who could not agree changes of the guard at the wanMMMM- On The Sun's Opinion prg"OiMM _takes skill and patience and ;on 1 1

believed In the dignity and freedomof wholly with Mr. Hoover's politics Kremlin. determination, and a search I t\ 1
his fellow] but acted stead found that they respected the lilt Md ummutt W ... ,..., ere wikt-M" hi MM Via ef ... P...l. ..._. Ufnn for areas of common interest. V
man
BUT WE ARE reminded awe t* tJf Md end Mtf the wittw'i odd,,.. N-.MW will be'withheld If ,....*.. A teen ihwMM J 1
fastly on that belief. He could never President as an honest man and agreat that Mao Tse-tung also Is I.ee eN SOl ....* ... awe k. weans.. M .,IN see life d the ..,.*. Nrtr MUM* be ..... Tb I I
s .. ...... ...... .... "In this nuclear
SM nunm HM riM M sees. M H I. IHwn s. fka tltari MMMM age we [ 1
endure idleness of mind or, hands. humanitarian. He was devoted old. His health, too Is break. ....... we have concern about the affairs 11
to the freedom of the Individual and Ing. There are no really young I
of continent. That
Great discover LBJ appointed federal chua County has not voted every ,
men about him. Some half
A political myth endured for years in his last public statement a dozen men, an of them veterans Society'sFuture Judges more concerned for e Democratic presidential concern does not give us the ,

(and still exists in the minds of birthday message of August' 10 -. ef the years of struggle Dark with the welfare of the rapistIt candidate in the past four right or responsibility to or- t

some) that Mr'Hoover was, somehow said that freedom of the individualIs that led to the Long March will be when any Influential elections. der the affairs of an other na I' I

personally responsible for all "the open window through which and ultimate victory over EDITOR Sun: The Democratic Senator and his crew Does the local Democratic friendly tions. For nations example, India, two and I '
Committee can accumulate millions or "
of America's economic ills after the pours the sunlight of the human Chiang are aging men. Chi advertisement Campaign appearing in Ignore public morality. The committee fear apprising us Pakistan, have been engaged I

stock market crash of 1929 and the spirit and of human dignity." She na has lags exploded In development her nuclear the Sun are indicative of the Great Society will be here of LBJ's future policies? In long, and often bitter dis-

long ,depression which followed It. device. The three man Soviet attitudes of the LBJ adminis when every fanner's decisions LESLIE C. ELLWOODGovernorship pute over the area of Kash. I

Partisan politicians of that day even Indeed, every man can raise his space ship has but late- tration. They say, "Let Us will be dictated by an mir. We are always ready to<<

called it "Mr. Hoover's depression." head a little higher because of Mr. ly returned to earth. Continue" but say not to Agriculture Departmentwhich help. Peaceful solution can
much
Lenold Brethev and AlekselKosygln. where; they attack Barry can levy fines and Jail mean to the freedom
Hoover and his years of dedicated were young teenagers Goldwater with quotes falsely sentences. LBJ will remove Choice UnworthyEDITOR of Asia. But the responsibility .

Mr.:Hoover fortunately lived long work. when the Russian revolution attributed or taken out of context the sliver from our coins so of settlement must remain 1

was made. They were while ignoring Goldwater's that the value of our aluminum Sun: I am disgust. and should remain with It

FROM HEART OF CINCINNATI Juvenile onlookers when Stalin attempt to discus basic and paper savings can ed at the choice of two great the"two great nations involv 'II
seized! power following the issues. be arbitrarily set by a bankrupt parties offer for the governor. ed. tIN
government. Our Social ship of this great state. THE SECOND
death of Lenin. They are speech 1
LBJ refuses to turn the I
I' products of this most modern lights on the blueprint for His Security fund will either be My vote is worth more than before Democratic leaders of : I
of ages. They are part- bankrupt by new demands or the state, President Johnson I
Society, so we can only proJect the politicians think. It Is precious. I
Support for Barry neri of sputniks and nuclear present trends. our payroll increased.taxes will be further I fought wars for it. discussed what Senator Gold. (

energy. They were raised to But how do I now use It well water and others had suggested i
power by accumulated events In LBJ's Society, we shall Barry Galdwater says NO in choosing between Burns about ".oln'lIOrth In Viet '
Frees The Cbxiaiatf EaqalreiIn 1 But America we fear has political history. Arrayed and tremendous tides In the sacrifice 200 men each year to these trends and so will and Holley Nam" and launching big of.. t
the decade she ho entered been seduced by s philosophy against him to the whole prop. Communist world. President in McNamara's Viet Nam war Alachua County. Goldwateris fensive. Mr. Johnson said: i t
public life, Barry M. that ,Is gradually l hackingaway agenda apparatus of the federal Johnson came to powerIn so that we may pretend we for freedom and so is Ala The lesser of the two evils ",. far as I am concerned. ,It t
Goldwater... been tailing at the tree of liberty. government, to say nouV his own country and the have peace. The Red Cuban chua County. seems to be two stumbling I want to be very cautious and ''I'I I

I the American people things The practitioners of this phiJoeopby jog of Its allies la foe liberal Western alliance because of dictatorship protected by years of Goldwater Echo instead careful, and use it (an offensive r
that many el them have not long age lost faith lathe v establishment. an assassination. But, In his LBJ, wilt undermine the Goldwater will bring us of six years of efficient ) only as a last resort 1

enjoyed hearing. JIIOpl.aclom./ Hence, He b own country, too, vast social governments of our Latin true peace, win strengthen slickmanship In behalf of when I start dropping bombs
For he i ptWjttsiatss .'**hey!, tart'eVtvfcMi them.selves -:, of children portrayed as as a a creature poisoner changes long had been in neighbors. Our NATO alliance Social Security, and will restore vested powers. In two years a around that are likely to In* I ;

the art eF lsladlnf.the ". to determine what the of the nlghtrlders progress and were reaching a will continue to crumble to the farmer his Independence new election can give us a volve American bo'lln a war I ,
as a
pawnof crescendo of emotion and action. because of distrust of our while maintaining people's Democratic candidate p
American people, or u the people need and what they the militarists and the war In Asia with 700 million Chi .
President Johnson was appeasement of communism.The economic security. that we can elect in r
trick of using the people' must have, little by little, nese. I
money to buy the people's year by year reworked the mongers.To word ears old when the first Great Sod ety is Read the political ads and honor "So Just for the moment I II j
votes, or ss the science of very fabric of America. see the viciousness of war began. He, too, Is a when the raped woman will you will understand why Ala FRUSTRATED have not thought that we were

manl ulethlg public, "Im, the vilification heaped upon companion of change. ready for American boys to
ages." THEY BEGAN by "help- him !Is to begin to understandthe NIKITA'S BRIGHT TOMORROW do the fighting for Asian boys. r

H. his Instead In," the worker. And now the desperation with which THE POUCIAL convulsion "We think that losing 190 lives i tIn
seen politics working man finds himself his enemies are trying i to In Russia grew out of the the period that we have t.
a means of creating an
ss which being spoken for on a wide cling to the perverted political breaking up of Communist been out there (Viet Nam) Is
environment !in man
:
variety of social issues by a order they have been party cohesion In middle and Long Road for Russia bad, but it is not like 190,000
can grow.Almost foisting upon America. western Europe. This development ''*
alone among the political self perpetuating clique of that we might lose the first > rt
time labor politicians: who have Their purpose Is to do considerably took away the deep mown u we escalated that ,V'
of
he has figures bad the our audacity to.u".t forgotten what s dinner pall more than defeat protective buffer about Rus By RICHARD WILSON Into second place In other respects. ala forged ahead t still production war. So we are trying some u. (

that man has the capacity looks like. him at the polls: they seek sia's European border. Her Chief Ctwles Washington and may some day how to evolve e way, as we I
literally to crush him lest any army stared long and hard at purees But when this premise was out-produce the United States. have in some other places >
for growth that man They began by "helping"the
other muster the to the 2,000 miles of rugged terrain examined carefully certain where the
has a mind and a spirit anda the 1IuI1- And now ask them to account courage for their and desert-like land that WASHINGTON Ten bask elements emerged Rut Khrushchev proposed by 1980, and the Chinese North Vletname Communsts e (

heart. u- well u a atom-' businessman must prostitute sordid works. Is the border with Mao's belllcose years .Is probably I OIl ala has a standard of living to Increase steel output nearly finally, after getting worn S r

ach. himself for govtromeo* government enough for one'man to heed reckoned at only oat fourth four times, bringing Russia down, conclude that they will 1
tal contracts and the forlorn THE: It is not believed the new that of the United States. One
REAL Issues of 1M4 a modem state under rapidly -' above the level of production leave their neighbors alone, I
THIS HAS represented a of from
hope Immunity
notable departure from the bureaucratic harassment. are far simpler than the defenders leaders would if they wished changing conditions. Chairman expert calculated that stande- of the entire western and if they do we will come
of entrenched statism bring about conciliation and average Russian living world. He planned a ten home tomorrow."
Khrushchev' 70/ had
cynical diet voter'to which has become the I They' began by helping"the would have us believe. agreement with Peking. Nor reached the end of at his use ards are about equal to thoseof fold Increase la electric power In view of the President's I

American aged. And lOW the retire The Issues boll down to is it thought likely the new fulness. Little more was to a family en relief in production, double that of earlier commitment, therefore ,
accustomed.For .
Sen. GoUwster does finds himself penalised If he whether It .is the destiny of minds In the Kremlin will be be expected from him In New York dry. The Russian the western world. Gross agricultural to a limited war In Viet

not ask the American peopleto earns enough to buy himself the American people to become able to make any major building the Russian statecalled transportation system iswretched production wouldbe Nam and his public declare, I
In world affairs until I American stand.arda.
a good cigar the move by Increased three and a tion about .
after servants of a leviathan far the Soviet non Involvement
barter sway one another by plan.nera.
of their liberties In exchange They began by "Helping"the I state at home and to they have set their own and do- He had not come near Russia Is not: within half times and national Income In disputes between India I
restive downtrodden. And mestle house In order distant sight of U.S. housing would be increased five and
I for what the politicians cower before totalitarian aggressors the of his own goals nor those of Pakistan the sudden
are wont to call "1tCIIr- now the streets of our dues abroad. sought to restore Communist unity the Soviet state planners! notwithstanding standards. Agricultural times to give the Russians declaration that the United 1 I

ity." have become veritable J Jun. Barry Goldwater says It .Is the western with Moscow. This penties let. certain spectacular production of Is serious a continuous the highest standard of living States would ssslst with Its I
problem
He thinks and so, once gles. not And In your he art, you ter seems, at this moment, an achievements to space those One CIA study proper-showed in the world. nuclear force any of the nations t
did all Americana that know he's right But BreaM exploration.No that might be threatened F
impossible task. Russia's general education "
IS THIS the America BUT WHEN the first
'mID has a higher purpose we This is why we believe HM lIlY and Kosygln will be Soviet this writer (not technical education lightof with attack by Red China
expert
Inherited
?
than to retire to a future of Is to present one If the great sweeping with a new broom. spent many months on several ) at about the level of the Khrushchev's bright tomorrow is a startling development in 1
Is this the America began to show on the American
federal handouts. He thinks we : policy. (
opportunities In Americas Until have tried U they
\ they occasions in the past U. S. in the IM's. RUJoIII' horizon
it weak dawn
and so once did all Amencans want to bequeath to our political: history. This Is whywe will hardly be able to make ten years reading the literature gross national product under was cloud a His THE UNITED STATES. 1 r
that the American grandchildren? heavy cover. ever since the c
Eisenhower
believe
Sen. Goldwater'sselection move toward a summit ad't
about the
any and interviewing d e tens today bean same for Russia began to
plans
Revolution produced some For daring even to ask to the Presidency to meeting at which war tensions of experts m and out of relation to that of the U. S. look more like Madison ministration, has been a member *
Meals and principles that deserved these questions Barry Gold- be the most task a of the Southeast Asia
urgent to might be relaxed.A the government to try to get as It did In 1113 under the Avenue
sharing by men every water has become the moat which the American peoplecan a layman's evaluation of Rus Czars. than advertising realizable prospectus Treaty Organization general- I j.\,

,where. slandered man in American devote themselves. SOCIALIST labor govern, ala'a progress. Tts conclusions Even a where Russiawas pro.gram. ly known as SEATO, but there I

went will rule Britain Harold were set forth In three AND BY THE END of supposed to have excelled Is no explicit pledge on the

POTOMAC: FEVERBY Wilson who win be the long magazine articles, and this decade: at the present In production of nuclear part of the United States to 1
new premier, Is a strong advocate they summed up to this: rate of growth si both countries missiles, she war far render military aid. This la
JACK WILSON. Cowle Wshlngtoa Bureau of seeking to bring Russia Is still In second it has been calculatedthat behind the United States. A something to be decided by I'
about some concrete treaty virtual Russia's Industrial output the President and the Con- j
place. or worse, by stepped
agricultural
Republicans demand equal time on grounds that LBJ didn't say anything or agreement ea peaceful coexistence ly every measurement of will not reach twothirdsthat failed up and program gress only after s particular
dismally
new in lots TV speech. You'd think the Goldwater people would consider it news with the Russians. comparative national prog oT the United States. Khrushchev with contingency arises which I I
when t candidate says the same thing twice He will It may be assumed reaL This of course was not new came up a might call for American assistance. I
one. equally as impractical
be more effective In European the "pia-to-the-sky" Russia .
Th* apace agency la looking for aclentlata to ride In space ship. They affairs than General de A COMMON understand- described by Khrushchev In Mr. Johnson's declaration,

roust b* short preferably In the legs. Forehead should be high. Gaulle. The General too b, big of what! was happening In his famous report to the 22nd Khrushchev kept the peace however of his attention to

with Mao and Khrushchev the Russia was fogged by two Communist Party Congress but came perilously dose to help afl non nuclear pow ,
Goldwater says that If he's defeated he'll somewhere and think. Anything last of the old men who held factors. One wan Khrush where the grandest of !his a nuclear war Russia could en Is a sweeping statement i

to keep from going hack to the store.A positions of vast power. chess bragging and grandiose grandiose\ schemes: were out not win. Now he Is gone and and presumably Implies that (

President Johnson's domes schemes recently called lined. As one CIA expert put we will miss him and his nuclear force wiH be tRterpo- f
D. C official jMted a* Algerians are "...n1. meaey people* Algerian tic political position should be hare-brained hi Pravda. The It: The grand schemes may grand schemes as wen as his ed at such a way as to deter ,

in naturally MOT claim !U sounds aa though they were mixed up 1* strengthened by events In other was the studied effort have actually doomed Russia trucutence and his bragging or repel Red China or any
election .. *. >. Britain and Russia. R Is which admired. other ratio frem ',
our now m the ltd presidential campaign to another M yean of prV we secretly attacking -
much less comfortable..* to Impression vsuoo m the bright tomorrow But without hisbarker's the countries: which do not
What we need now I la to ret the politicians on both aides back In the main. before to think of Sen. Coldwater's tatEElirishowerr pol life for the average Russian voice letting us how big Russia have nuclear power

stream. It might not eooI. them off but it would clean up around them. eccentric Impulsive, tries had caused the United would be like that of an is and will be. perhaps I'p: to the time of the Pre. i

'J : from the hip leadership at Stales to faD behind I la the American GI plenty of both we and the Russians I ident's speech to the nation
The Rusjeia umt deltas very well In the Olysapse*. bat doe hat entitle a time when. the world IB In "race" wan. Russia. wholesome food and warm can get the Soviet Union \la last Sunday, ao hUrauUo
them t* suddenly spring a new event the free-etyle. Khraehchev toe! political convulsion and clothing ceastrktod living better perspective. The Soviet had been given the! the

= change. Patience.. bee a Aa American public which quarters, m' privately owned Union has a long way to United Steles we* wiling to
They're giving the White House It's routine election rear paint Job but the saluted as perhaps the greet. had been shocked by the original automobile a completely go before It catches up with ,'use her nuclear .power. direct Jly
paint is a little on the grey aide. Nobody's going to be able to accuse them of est word In mesa vocabulary Sputnik successes while regimented life and littleprivacy. the United: States and Western in support of any SM an- '

whitewashing anything. But. la these times of ominous the U. S. floundered with. its Europe. Now, with Khru clear MUM outside of NATO. ,

portents prudence must U-etemd Vanguard program R should not be supposed shchev's passing, K b clear Trigger\ flexibility" could
Nixon says that who Goldwater chance* hi.. mind 1&'* a suiter of priswiyl. be placed betid U and given was only toe ready to be- however that Khrushchev that the other leaden In the became the sew sJogaa of di !
And. *f cease it also help kp the interests high. equal stature. lice that the UJ. had fades did nothing. Under him Rut Kremlin realae that ... plomacy.Geille.yllle J I





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Big News Events a Net Gain for LBJ THE


HARRIS /7j| )

J I BY LOUIS HARRIS There are signs now that the vote for each candidate Is A clear majority of the voters, however, disagree on both
la i special nationwide survey during the week following firming up with the election still ten days away. counts SURVEY
the momentous news of Khrushchev's removal, the Jenkins Here are the key facts on the political impact of the case .

episode, and the Chinese nuclear explosion the net result on of Walter Jenkins the Johnson.aide who was arrested on a Questions about the Jenkins episode were asked of the (3 .
the American electorate has been a gain for Lyndon B. JohnS morals charge and then resigned: per cent of the voters who said they had heard of It, The Other key war and peace Issues asked about In this same
ton over Barry Goldwater. One voter in every five thinks less of Mr. Johnson as a question, and the results: survey show Mr. Johnson preferred to Sen. Goldwater ai the
Today, Mr. Johnson leads Sea Goldwater 60 to 34 per cent result of this. However there are signs of political overtonesIn man who could best handle a sudden world crisis ((7-33 percent
with 0 per cent undecided, compared with a U-34 per cent this reaction. A majority of the people already committedto "Does Ute case of Walter Jenkins, aide to President Jokasoa ); work for peace In the world (M-M per cent); keep
edge with I per cent undecided before these headline events. Sen. Goldwater say they now think less of the President arrested oa a morals charge, make you think less of ftealdent America out of war ((17-33 per cent); and keep U. S. military
The survey documents speculation that the Jenkins episode but only 9 per cent of Mr. Johnson's supporters feel that way. Johnson more, er doesn't It make much difference one way defenses strong ((60-40( per cent).
helped Sen. Goldwater m some quarters. But the International Potentially about S per cent of the total electorate might have or tilt other?" Before the Jrnklns case, Barry Goldwiter was thought to
I ,developments of the same week more than offset his gains. shifted its views because of the Jenkins episode. Total Voters Voters for be better able to handle corruption In government by a 5448margin.
J It Is now clear that morality in government Is the major I One voter in every four reports agreement with the Goldwater Johnson Today this edge has remained unchanged.
Issue for Sen. Goldwater in the final days of the campaign Goldwater charge that the Johnson administration Is low In Think less of Johnson 21 SI 9 It Is not so much that the American people are unmoved by
t while peace and nuclear responsibility are the major popular its moral tone. An equal number 23 per cent, feel that the Think more of him 1 1 1 the Jenkins episode. Rather, the question of which candidate
concerns working for President Johnson. Jenkins care may have placed U. S. security in some Jeopardy. No difference 78 48 90 shall be In charge of foreign policy during the next four years
1 clearly has superseded every other Issue In this campaign.'
I "Senator GoUwaler baa charged that the moral tone at the

Jfthatoa edmtaUlrattoa la low. De yen tend to agree or disagree Everyone In Great Britain can

I jj National Security Lax, Says Barry I Agree with that charge?" Total 23 Voters vote lunatIcs, excepting and peers felons serving, aliens In,!1 I WE GOT


f he House of Lords. Women
FULLERTON, Calif. (AP) former presidential aide com tary, said the Arizona senator charge!! Involving former Senate Disagree B
Sen. Barry Goldwater today promised U.S. security. stood by it even though!! "we I Democratic secretary Bobby I have had suffrage since 1919. SO BID

I, said the Walter W. Jenkins af- Jenkins arrested twice on have not seen the (FBI) rport. e, Baker. i "Walter Jenkins saw some top secret reports of the govern
t! "laxsecurity" morals charges, resigned at "The case of Walter Jenkins ment. Does this make you feel that the security ef the United VOTE I
fair showed there was Johnson's request eight days Goldwater said Republicans Is not the only one of Its kind" Stairs might! have been placed la danger, or don't you feel 'CAUSE WE
in the White House. ago after his record was re did not create the Issue of secu Goldwater said. "One hundred this way?" CHARGE SO LITTLEnnttcirfrom
He coupled that with a charge vealed. rity and Integrity. and fifty persons in the State Total Voters HAYDONBURNS : e iaQM '
r that the State Department has Goldwater talked about the "The man who now occupiesWhite Department alone have been Security placed In danger 23
i cleared .ISO people to handle Jenkins matter In a speech on a the House raised this given emergency clearance to Not In danger M t04DIM
U.S. secrets without full security whistle-stop campaign tour this Issue all by himself by lowerIng deal with security matters without Not sure 1< "
morning from Los Angeles to the standards of the highest waiting for a full field roves S : ..
I Investigations."The San Diego. office of this land," Goldwatersaid. tigation." If the Jenkins affair tended to have a negative effect on Mr.
,
Issue of national security The text demanding that the Goldwater said he wanted the Johnson's popularity, the Khrushchev ouster and the nuclear 0(1 our NO MWMKt OrlOP CNAROITO Alt IMM .

I and national integrity now Jenkins report be Issued before In the speech he demanded commission to handle both FBI explosion by the Chinese Communists tended to have a positive ALL FLORIDA MX AIRPORT

.1 has become firmly embedded inthis the election was handed to creation of a bipartisan watchdog accounts and "make them public effect. Voters were asked: GOVERNOR Phone PR 6..U 44OMICR
\ the newsmen before the FBI report panel to oversee release of within the bounds of nation. ra. Aar. AT MANOR MOTIL I
t election campaign" was released. But Paul F. Wagner FBI reports on the Jenkins case al Interest anj within the time I
nominee -
\J Republican presidential for the first Goldwater's press secre and on a contract kickback limit of this nalonal! eleclon." "Who do yea think can do a better Job ef dealing with the '
declared
t as situation arising from the change h the Russia leadership
,
he used the Jenkins casein
time
11'1 and tilt Chinese explosion of aa atom bomb, Barry Goldwater HEATER REPAIR
+i a campaign speech. "
For Club or Lyndon Johnson?
II For t he moment the Gold- Dollars Boys9 Total Voters
I had comment on Quick efheltnr broke Trolled end ,.""r.nced
water camp no 87 .. ,
Johnson R "IIobl. ta>n Ice men
the newly released FBI report 29 24 Hour service
II Goldwiter e Rod>e dOl o'd.d' trucks
issued on Johnson's orders, M e Strvlc en all makes of equipment"
I which said Investigators found 'Keep Fine Boys Happy9By Not sure AMgRICAN
J
no Information to Indicate the By better than 2 to 1, Mr. Johnson receives a vote of tonfI.l Ph. 376-8268 CONO T**.I'." All CO.

I CARL FABRY 14.000, Is used to keep I h e here We have one or two boys deuce en his ability to handle these International .

'I Miller Plans Did you know that It coats building and grounds in repair, that we feel can at least place
about $25 a year to keep each buy new and replacement In the Punt Pass and Kick contest Federal
boy at the Boys' Club In equipment, flrolsh program this year," added Kreshka Is 15 GiMt GMptetn lUN-mlb AmMHty DM I

Vote-Getting Gainesville and that $17 of and education and buy supplie One point that Kreshka stresses License OK?
those $25 are a gift of the United Boys at the club can explore Is that the Club Is not prImarily fran Caps Km ta Fairbanks Alaska hi 41 toys
Fund many unknowns when they become ,
a recreation center but MOBILE!:, Ala. (AP) Maya
11 Day in N. J.I "If It were- members from the theatrical rather an Informal boys' guld- whose state driver
person livelier Comet pram MM
n't for the stage and electronics to dhce
All the
agency. equipmentwe has been revoked drivea .
II t I license aeaUearirifteVertrilveMllty -
model and roller ska
United Fund trams
I CAMDEN N.J. (AP) Rep. U have here I consider as tools government vehicle with a ....'1.. Uses tfetl;
William E. Miller resumes campaigning drive, saysBoy's Ing. for boy guidance. We hope they federal license? rr fMl ..... lal BatfMiiilHi4tla4trine )
with a day-long stump Club director Right now the most popular will be tools" The question of federal versus 3 t **. tke setts ta Ike
:
I across New Jersey today, to bet Kreshka Mike."we Is activity according to Kreshka, I. "We try to keep an eye out state Jurisdiction ls pending w. tjaeftkaverM.FAIMANKS. .
capped by an address to a Hungarian the organized. football league.. for' the shy boy and make sure US. District Court.It Oct. 22 Three
Freedom Fighters rally.. would have a pretty rough time Twenty four teams are formed that he gets to mix with all the arose when an Army Corp Mercury Comets today lliiliMS "
trying to keep all the fine boystappy from the ranks of the club.
hit intmftMIn
seer
no car
boys and not Just stay off b run
Denton
The vice presidential 11 of Engineers employe,
Republican and doing the things The Ford Motor Company sponsored so short' a time-tilt rugged
nominee starts with a boys should be doing." "Punt Paw and Kick" himself You know, they say I C. Hlppensteel, 23, of Mobil, l&,200-mll' grind trim Cape
in this then that Lee Oswald was shy and.didn't stopped by State Trooper ,..irbenke.Cs .
breakfast rally city The total operating budget contest, which pits individual was Horn to
''J.j travels by motorcade to Tren- for 1964 Is f3 .450. About $25,. football skills of the boys of M mix with" other boys. He I Oct. 7 and charged with driving route day and n<|.M. the
ton, Princeton, Morristown and 000 goes for salaries of two full- states also ranks high at the was a loner. added Kreshka. while his Alabama driver can hid '"' major itMire, \\f snt
.
"As far routine m '"ten"c* Thetaempth
Newark. I as sports go here at IcenN was revoked.
time workers and nine part S Gainesville Boys' Club. proof that IMS Cornell
; the club every boy gets to play. After consultation with U.S.
\. Miller conferred on campaign time. "We hope to have a surprise .We are powerful and Iou,", net hut
don't have for
strategy Thursday with Sen. The rest of the money about for some of the folks around any bench.attorneys, Hippensteel filed /lively' and Meulilul
I warmers. Our whole athletic I removal of the case to U.S.
Barry Goldwater the GOP program Is not based on the I District Court
,''i I presidential nominee, in New I Ij remise that we want to turnout The petition contends HIppen-
.'I York City before they attended I superior athletes. Any I iteel. although without a state
memorial services for former I SEE by youngster who comes out to t irivers' license, had In his potsisslon -
President Herbert Hoover. play gets put on a team. They. 4 at the time of his cltathi
Miller is the last of the four all get to play." valid U.s. vehicle operator
major candidates to campaign Parents also play an taipor-I kenai.

I in New Jersey for the state's 17 I the SUN I ant role In the development of ... el Bsytmal.Count It famous for durahety. .t( r
electoral votes. Goldwater, .S boys at the club, to 'OIIXPIITTlEESUltGElY #
t according Last war. specially wuippid comets ._.......
President Johnson and Sen. .. II reshka. "We don't allow the re. 100.000 mire at Daytona m 40 dues, ., 1('

Herbert H. Humphrey all have GENERAL HOSPITAL got Sodent Eddie 1 parents to interfere. They playIs fattier srtfrrtu mtM ...... a***, Ml ", .. Bottom te top t..aoo....;
,made visits in recent weeks to usn, Puckett not adult dominated." I
like showroom Camels. Win M ate its c"
he state, which went Democratic Oct. 22. 1964BIRTHS Thomas C. Ferguson, Edwa r d Kreshka has hopes that someday CALL ", .t"'l4ttl'C., oHor.at'.IbnklrV,1, y' !
by a scant 22,000 votes In James James P, Forrester, I the Gainesville; Boys' Club I your Mercury ...,'s. Creek a 1'6' Comet .
.h i 19W. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Dorothy L. Belle and daughter, ,will be enlarged because right FR 6-2661 ;.lHntt, *tlh. smooth Multi-Drive Mere' O. r" ._ _
Grayson, 1315 SE!: 3rd. Ave., a PrisdHa Myers Minnie V'I Tree M,w. The only lifeless. the fUll un had
After his speech in Jersey girl; Mr. and Mrs. Julius C. Crisp, Sidney A. Martin, A line now choir the woodsbop. is used for II 0) dun PurilM '..... in Hire an link. NCSUM service ./aliens I !
City Miller will fly to Buffalo. Parrish. Rt 2 Box 23, Lake Butler Jordan Adam G. Musselwhlte I practice.When With .eudeo an frtflwntty M lee apart la South America
N.Y., where be will begin a tour Fla., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Lydia Manning George E the girls get to use the OemeNlel aYmemp III South Amerlee song was

Saturday across Upstate New William R. Middelthon Jr? Gum, Georgia Rye and daughter I,club once..a they weak have usually to use on11Iursday. T............. nee'. Thaws n d he reds.es.'sg .
York and down the Hudson 2001 NE 15th St., a boy Linda Raymer and son SpMfliif
I the dressing room In the boys'gym
River Valley. Garfield Robinson, Ann i III k I : c.m_e
their baton
ADMITTED: to practice
Garen Kahl, Susan M. Martin Christensen, Bushe Poole. :twirling. I ..

12th District I Bert E. Risebrook, McKinley POLICE FIRE REPORT Many people don't know that
) Tunnage, Jessie L Walker Aadeeat Rpaaeaf I the Boys' Club also has a regulation .
Masons to Hold i Howard Wm. Murray Walter Involved to accidents reported I ills gym and basket- pr. nheeryat
I P. Routitree James C. Cullen, by the Gainesville Police Department I tan court which doubles as a Aetet. aea. eerthenl Ckll..
Convention Here;Travis Perkins, Glenda S. Wfllingham. and the Alachua County 1 roller skating rink, Kreshkaj '

I Algia T. Glenn. Mica- Sheriffs Office during the I laid. I OssNti M sally aw kflet M.*."i. I. ..111.... *". an*jean ...
The 12th Masonic District I leI J. Sanders, Reba Whoa, past M hours were
I lodges will hold their annual James H. Gann, Rose B. Hunt Jeweldlne J. Smith 1371 SE '
I District Convention Saturday at :Matthew T. Crlswell, Doris S. 22nd Ave. and Walter C. Long, UNIT AJUANUFELLO NIVERSALISTWSHIP It] COmet I N! ..
the Gainesville Masonic Tem I Ii Carlton: all of Gainesville: Mrs. 'Archer, at 3.41 pm. Thursday

i ple. I IA Myrtle E. Parriih Lake Butler; In the unit block of N. Main c.oM sly roads wee re"er .kdrneo

Honored will be the most darlene W, Qulncey Chiefland; St. I II SPEAKER: C,. Mormon W.lentkypt. world's durability champion alter rugged .t"I'| n. ..
Worshipful Hobart D. Pelhank ]Lena Hudson Chiefland. I Margaret U. Beers 1218 NW Sociol Science t C* ., University of Flo.
DISCHARGED: Kth St and '
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Grand Master of Masons In Flo Susan M. Martin, Karen XaU.Elk. 11:50: a.m. Thursday 2200 NW TOPIC: Politico! Literati!am In A Conservative CRANE LINCOLN-MERC URY
\ rida. Other Grand Lodge Officers ]! B. Whitney, 01 lie F. 13th StLlOa America
: will attend.Registration I II Bam Ellx. Cason and tea R. Its [04 I, UHJV. 'I J.4UI
Sprout. 3411 NW All Who Are 1.rested An Welcome
win begin at II Caren McCray. James T. falitan St and a parked car, at 7:33 VI"a '
I ...... Dinner will be at t p.m. I) Christine Andrews, David am. Thursday at III NW 10th 11 om. Sunday, Oct. 2S 1024 N.W. 10th AvetwM raooucreri novoa Co.'AM v. iintotN maeuev wt AH Master Masons, are Invited I L.: ReiUy. Tbelma Weeks ...- Ave.


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I I Junior Colleges Under Local Control Called Vital "if I !illlllinilllnilllillllllwllllluliuiuiininiuuiuniiiiiiiiiii! I niuuiiu


By CLIP CORMIER do a lot for Diem by proper I rranagement! he said. one has ever completed, Berg to work at Cape Kennedy before
Sun Education Writer and adequate guidance counseling There Is one year coursein I engren aaid. they ever get chance to H_ INITARKE
The president of Daytona ," he IIld.Berlengreft. electronic at DBJC that.no I "The once taking it are hired complete the course."

Beach Junior College said hereit i said the Daytona j _
will\ b< a mistake if the state 41fyriY Beach community college Is yen

legislature revises the legal structured in three divisionsCollege :
structure of Florida's Junior colleges
by removing them from which offers two yearsof In Your Heart. ,
local control.Dr. college credit work, vocational "nM.ii
Sjes
division and the adult education Te 00
Roy F. Bergengren Jr., division. ..
1 I- '
in a speech to a League of Women l
Voters luncheon at the Holiday Offerings vary from electronIcs -
Inn Thursday, said some courses to hotel > motel DRIVE IN SHOPPING
changes In that direction probably ON STATES' RIGHTS-"It Is In the cities and towns, '
will be made In April. OPEN 7 to 11 EVERYDAY!
and In relationships that the states'
One of the contemplated Crippled Child person-to-person : ,
changes, he said, Is to remove Immediate needs arise.. And it is there.certainly: not NEW LOW PRICES t
the presidents of Junior colleges Group Elects In D.C. that '
Washington, public servants can best PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR
from under the supervision of adopt governmental power to the Individual human GAINESVILLE STORES
I the county superintendent of Dr. ThomasonDr.
.schools."It BERGENGRENsome situation. It Is there that the American people can 1214 NW 16lh A... 1021 SI 4th Av..
$725 W. Univ. Ave. 1109 I. U',.. low..'
would b* a mistake to remove problems, but that is Bruce Thomason, chairman govern themselves best-and still b. free. 210. NW 6th St. 4205 NW Pith I.....
the superintendent from unique of the junior college system of the department of rehabilitation 4105 NW 13th St.AUCHUAi r
I the picture, because the community which h. truly American. counseling and assistant ON THE INCOME TAX-"I share the opinion with Comer,. lit St. 6' 441
Junior college Is a local and democratic, said Bergen-! dean of the College of HIGH SPRINGS J .Avt.. NW b Main/
I virtually every other American that our present tax WILLISTON 710 Noble' AM.
undertaking and requires every gren. Health Related Professions at
one to work\ !band in glove to Noting the of .ev-I the University of Florida II burden I is onerous, often Inequitable, and in need of
I make It operate effectively," he eral members presence of the Alae loss the new vice president of the reform lut abolition le the answer to nothing I ALL BRANDS King Size _
Florida Society for Crippled V
said., County School Board In the audience Children and Adults, Inc. He believe an Intensive study of our entire tax structure Filters Regular*
Bergengren, a former newsman as well as Sen. J. Emory was also re-elected tot II e would disclose better and more equitable ways of
and faculty member at the (Red) Cross and Rep. Ralph Board of Trustees for three- CIGARETTESCarton
a raising for the legitimate needs of Government
the money
University of Florida, said Turlington, Bergengren said he term. #
present system does present hoped Alachua County.wUlt take year As President, one of my first-priority tasks wouldbe
,some problems, but none that advantage of the mistakes of Dr. Thomason has been president to secure a complete overhaul of our present Federal A
of the North Central Florida
cannot be resolved provided the others as they plan for he establishment -
man." Society for Cripple tax code, so that we might quickly achieve the
superintendent Is a "big of a junior college
"He has to be big In many here.A Children and a director of the reforms which are so long overdue." $269I
Florida Society. He has served
with the presI-
to put
cases up
to determine the
college whois urvey a. a consulting editor for the r I
dent of the Junior
than needs of a junior college to Journal of Marriage and Family -
likely to he raid higher the two of
serve county area Living. He Is aformei
have thu superintendent strong Ideas about and how many his Alachua made.Bergengren and. Bradford la pow member of the board of directors You Know He's Right!
of
being the National Rehablllta
.college should operate, he said offered a few tion Association. GOLDEN RIPE
In Florida's system, Junior I
.
the words of advice for the Alachua/
colleges come under opera
tion of local school boards and planners concerning dropout, VOTE BANANAS10c lI
advisory committees drawn "We have had some real
from citizens tt the counties success stories at Daytona Involving HAYDONBURNS
participating the college. students who failed to GOLDWATERFOR
;The president U recommended complete high school, cams to LB.
by the advisory board and us .for technical training and
appointed by the State Board of are now making big salaries.
Education, but takes orders "However, I believe the dropout i
from the county school superin- Is more the problem of the FULL HALF QUART I
ALL FLORIDA PRESIDENT
tendent. high schools than the Junior
"That system does presentAfrican colleges. The high schools can TOPPCOLA

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Concerning strong man government
United Nations department for Amachree stated that
non-self governing nations. he believed western parllamen-
Amachree made his remarksIn BOTTLE
unworkable
tar) democracy 6 89c
an address at the Unlversl- without considerable modifiesion. CARTON
ty of Florida Auditorium last "Events of government
night commemorating. United are moving; too fast for the PLUS DEPOSIT i,
Nations Week.Amachree
slow of democracy
U.N.'. process pure J
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to handle them In the flew
role In accelerating African African countries." A ) A BAVARIAN SELECTBEER
Independence and chided the IH
press for playing up small Incidents
which create a public
myth" of Irresponsibility attach.ed ,.

Africans to the African., said Amachree, Sf
work diligently behind the FULL

embarrassment scenes to avoid of disruption the big pow.and I I' QTS. 69C I I

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this Is Irresponsibility, then we claims network.
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ed.Amachree stressed the prob- N." i )

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African countries to attain. He 1117 .. I x0 service technicians i
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Discussing the internal problems '1TAft-MII :
I of the emerging African .......... .fI' and more economical
states, Amachree said the African III MMU.raM.,;.. I BEER
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Friday, vcrootr A*, ye4 Gainesville. Sun 7
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E UF Newcomers Aid with Party uiomEii! Bride-elect Complimented Miss CAR Rebecca Meeting Sanders will

entertain the J cob Roberta
Brown Society of the Childrenof

r p' 1IIfI1IIv r[ t't Sunday the at American 2:30: p.m.Revolution in her,

mil THEnimuy \ I I n home, :01 NW 15th Avenue.
i !li Joe Boyles Is president of the
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)1L TODAY, October 21
Shower and bridge feting
Miss Judith Beasley, bride- f r t aP
(t elect of Grover Ford, 7:30 ? ,
p.m., Mrs. William C. EvansJr.
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I -, ., 2601 NW Sixteenth Ave- A :

{ f nue.Rehearsal Miss Mary dinner Dressler honoring and t "FYY4 e \ M )

\1 f1 Assisting with pre-party plans for "Newcomer Night at the President' Residence their son, Dr. John McKen- 1$
\ ," are these four members, who wrote invitations. They are Mrs. Edith lie III, 7:30 p.m., Dr. and
I Williams, membership chairman; Mrs.Alex E. S. Green, co-chairman for the Mrs. John S. McKenzie Jr.
V party; Mrs. Charles F. Harper Jr., name tags, and Mrs. John R. Stlefel, co. of Fort Myers, Primrose Inn. STD AI
chairman with Mrs. Green. Tea honoring Miss Frances
{ I the Mitts Mary Dressier, bride-elect of ))r. John McKenzie HI of Fort Myers,
President J. Wayne Reitz and Mrs. Reitz will entertain new members of Dabney Jones, bride electof
I f University faculty, their wives, and husbands Saturday from 8 until 10 p.m.Fashions Donald Moore Giles of was honored with her bridesmaid luncheon Thursday at the (;ialnetuilletiolf; To protect your trtti end
Lynchburg, Va., 3:30: to 5 and Country Club when Mrs. W. H. Duckhannan and her daughter, Mrs. Henry properly from Harm damaflt,
pm.Mrs. Winston W. Little, Gray Jr., were hostesses. Pictured above with the honoree, who is sealed at the Itt Ul 'Inspect your trees and
i Presented For BPW 2241 NW Fifth Place. right, are her mother, Mr C. P. Dressier; and standing, her twin ulster, Mrs. ground for haiardout condl
Edwin I.. Wolfe of Tampa, Mrs. liuckhannan and Mm. (;ray The Dressier- tiont such at:
SATURDAY, October Z4 Dad
McKenzie wedding will be event of Saturday at :S In the trial or broixhw ever
Miscellaneous shower honoring an p.m. Chapel of the hot,.. or driveway; brooches
"Defense of the Juven 1e" MacCIellan, chairman, was a throughout the years.Accompanyln Miss Judith -, First Methodist Church, with a reception following at the )Dressier home. too nose TV onttnna, etc.Expert ,
was the title of a talk given combination fashion show and the group Beasley
by Ed MacCIellan, Alachua I musical program presented by here were Mrs. H. J. Sigma, bride- elect of Grover Ford, Tree Surgery
I Mrs. Harold Sneer- Calendar Of
, Juvenile Officer, during the the Chorua of the F1 l 10 rid a principal; Mrs. J. H. Bie p.m. Events
I NW .
anger 114 17th Avenue.
,I'' Business and Professional Worn School for Girls In Ocala. ley, faculty member, and Mrs. /t. 9stasiseSr
'II ) en's Club dinner meeting tues- The girls modeled dresses Agnes Lord, director of m u. Wedding of Miss Mary Dressier TODAY, October B of University I Women, comers to the University of
of Mr. and
daughter
day evening at the PrimroseInn. they had made from material sic I Mrs. C. P. Dressler, and Dr. Dinner honoring Dr. and Luncheon, Noon, Pa r k Lane Florida Faculty, their wives .
furnished by the Florida BPW The dinner invocation wagiven Mrs. Harrell Jr., Cafeteria and husbands, President J. ewmeaPhone
T.
t John McKenzie HI, of George
An added feature for the program clubs, who have maintained a by Mrs. L. S. Ennis. I son b Retired Teachers Assoc I a- Wayne Hells and Mrs. ReltiS ---
Dr, and Mrs John S. McKenzie 7:30: p.m., proceeded y
f directed by Mrs. Jean continuing project at the school Mrs. Eddie Fisher BPW president Jr., of Fort Myers, Sp.m. social hour at O p.m., Unlver- Lion, i:SO a.m., Myra Terwll- until 10 p.m President's 1762M1You'll
introduced Mrs. A r I e linger School, Newberry Residence.
\ arty of Florida College of
Chapel of The First ,
Mabel Gore,
Smith and Mrs. Road.
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11 Pre-nuptial Courtesies and Mrs. Alice Reception
members
new 4 p.m., home of the bride's Golf and Country Club. Trinity Methodist Church,
Adams, Mrs. Mary Rhodes and
Mrs. Phyllis Mable, who were parents, 1920 NW Eleventh Receptions honoring new tian Woman's Service Society, Fall of Hat Chris-and PAY TOO MUCH
Honor Bridal Couple vllle Golf and Country Club. faculty members of the UF
Selle.
guests of Miss Adelaide .
I Road. College of Business Admlnls- Bake Sale 9am to 2 pm.,
\a I. Coffee feting Miss I Frances tratlon, S to 7 p.m., and I to Church, 3336 NW 8th Ave
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t'I In compliment to Miss Lu- The dinner will follow the rehearsal Group To Make Dabney Jones, fiancee of Don- 11) p.m., Dean and Mrs. Don- nue. IF YOU BUY
\ cille Franklin Denton and their at 5:30: p.m. In the ald Moore Giles of L y n c!h- lid J. Hart, 2717 SW Third Receptions honoring new
IOn, Bobby Lucius Crews, Mr.! First Baptist Church, where the ChristmasDecorations burg, Va, 10 to 11:30: a.m., Place. faculty members of the UF
1 and Mrs. Raymond Crews will nuptials will take place. Mrs. Denver E. Baughan and I College of Business Administration -
I entertain with the rehearsal The wedding will be solemnized Mrs. Robert C. West at the SATURDAY, October" 14 8 to 7 pm. and 8 to BEFORE GETTING
dinner tonight at the Hotel at 7 p.m., and is to be West home, 1205 SW Eleventh Gainesville Fine Arts Sidewalk 10 p m, Dean and Mrs. Don-
I ( Thomas. followed by a reception In the Gainesville Woman's Clu I b Avenue. Show, lam. to I p.m., ald J. Hart, 2717 SW Third
:, lower auditorium of the church. Arts and Crafts Group wIll Luncheon complimentIng Gainesville Shopping Center. Place OUR PRICE
''I GHS Class 142 meet on Monday at 9 30 a.m. Miss Frances Dabney American Association Reception honoring New-,
Wednesday night, Miss Denton at the Clubhouse, West University Jones, bride elect of Donald -
$ Slate Reunion I entertained her attendantswith Avenue. Moore Giles of Lynchburg !
I a bridesmaids dinner, Decorations for the Clubhouse Va, 1 p.m., Miss Ann CHECK TECHCOLOR ,
Festivities which took place at the Tower Christmas Tree will I be Arnow, Gainesville Golf and WITH
i"t louse. designed. Materials used will Country Club.Wedding J '
Reunion of the Gaineavlll e I .I Include broken Jewelry collected of Miss Lucille TV HEADQUARTERS The Furniture Manufacturers
I i High School Class of 1942 will Among the pre-nuptial parties for the club by members 01 Franklin Denton, daughter of SYLVANIA MOTOROLA MAGNAVOX
honoring the bride -to-be
take place this weekend during I the Gainesville High School Sant Paul Denton and the
the Homecoming FestlviUes.t I were a miscellaneous shower,;Alpha Tri HI.Y.Rummage. late Mrs Denton, and Bobby
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given by Mrs. David Desautelsand
t I\ Class activities Include a sot Lucliu Crews, son of Mr: and TECH TV '
clal hour at the General Gaines Miss Monica Alton; a linen. Sale Mrs. Raymond Crews, 7 p.m.,
j Lounge at 5 p.m. today, follow- and kitchen shower by Mrs David First Baptist Church. Reception 122 NW. )15th Ave. Phone 72-04JJ
"t ed by a buffet supper at 1:15 Hendon and Mrs Keith Hague Home Demonstratl o n following in the lower OPEN Ml. 'TIL 9 PM-5 PAYMENT PLANS i
Club members will hold
a rum-
auditorium of the church. j
p.m. In the Holiday Inn. Class Haythorne and a miscellaneous
J mage Sale Saturday, beginning
members will attend the GHS- shower given by Mrs. Cary I at 7 a.m. at the Atlantic
Chatlanoga Central game .t .S
Nelley. Coast Line Lot .
t I p.m.

Saturday, a coffee Ia achedjt A Preacher
Baptist Reaction To i
} uled from 10:30: I.m. until noon, Z&vFe4. *
It BuchholJ Junior High School, "NONE DARE CALL IT TREASON"
I \whlch was Gainesville H 1 II h Sunday. October 25, 700 P.M.
i School In 42. A banquet, jlan-
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DO YOU REALLY BELIEVE .
I -Our government should borrow $11 billion from : 1 e 4/

/i the taxpayers, then give it owoy as a tax reduction, t t
I ond then increase government expenditures L ,.

who government should allocate large sums re epee r.AU
tfce meet vein con be wen?
-We should trade with the enemy despite its world ,
; wide aggressions;

Appeasement is expedient and necessary? /

I -Our government should minimize the Communist
control of Cuba;

f -Racial discrimination con be remedied by law? ; v V !

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-We ore in danger of having on economy dominatedby
a centralized gov.rmtnt-ttIt forerunner of
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Education I Illinois Voter Will :Face, Three-Fool, Long Ballot

Perplexing 'Outrage' Asks ,,

I Clubs To SPRINGFIELD, HI (AP) ballot Is necessary because would get one vote. But if he After months of bickering, the
Pity the Illinois voter when he reapportionment has forced chooses one too many, the ballot I deadlocked commission was
Illinois to elect state representatives will be thrown out. I disbanded. No other procedure
'Who Sees What Truth9By goes to the polls Nov. 3. I
Meet Here on an at-large basis In- The at-large election followed I was left to avoid the atlargi
No one else In the nation will stead of by districts. a sequence of events beginninglast election.
be confronted with his headache If the voter becomes color I Because of the mass of votes
.
BOB THOMAS Young Lovers" Is year
an unalloyed beauty, the other an aimless I The Cooperative Educa U o n
blind, there will be
a
AP Movie-Television Writer success It Is likely that the artist. Their situation seem I Clubs of Florida will hold a dls- -marking a separate ballot he reason. T b e Republicaiwontrolled: 1 to be counted, it is expected to
will
Not
*) audience only see orange, Illinois Legislature passed a bill be days after the election before
over- may object to real, and so do the collegiate I trlct meeting Saturday in
HOLLYWOOD (AP) The its casual approach to what was surroundings.Where Gainesville High School auditor nearly three feet long and a foot he will be given a white ballot apportioning the state's 59 the results are known.SUBURBIA .
new movies once called moral values.I "The Young Lovers, wide and listing: : 236 choices for listing candidates for Presidentand louse districts. Democratic
The Outrage" is more per. Though the film Is by no means falls to achieve reality in the ium.The meeting will begin at 9 the Illinois House. state offices, a blue one on Jov. Otto Krrner vetoed it on I
plexing than outrageous. It Immoral, its approach seems characters. The leads are'''a.m. Expected to attend are constitutional amendments, anda :ho ground that it was unfair i;:
poses the age-old Inquiry: What too sophisticated. played with earnestness by 300 high school students and This separate orange-colored green ballot on judges. from a population standpoint '
is truth? The only answer is I Goldwyn Jr. Is to be commended Peter Fonda and Sharon Hugue- heir coordinators from 20 counties What makes it more confusing At this point the state constutlon !- ..
Is the voter has .a variety of ... ..., .,
provided by a con man"Peo- for attempting that ny, but they never have dimen- of North Central Florida. On the Air required the governor to .' ..
lr. his choicesfor
ple see what they want to see rare screen commodity, the love sion. Their Joys, angers and Welcoming addresses will be options selecting appoint a bipartisan commis- i' '."....
and they say what they want tohear. and story. It is a tale of the romance frustrations are carefully delineated given by Mayor Howard McKinney MUNICH, Germany (AP) mistake the can legislature.void his One ballot little sion to produce reapportlon Ztt HW' 13thN ocaI d-6472
." torment of two college students but the motivations are Superintendent elect ment. \
West Germany's flO-mlllion Of the 238 names on the leg ,
one a somewhat InhibitedDINING
never explored.
Like "the Seven of Pub 11 c Instruction W. S. ballot listed
Magnificent satellite ground station at Ralst- Islative 118 are I In
," "The Outrage" transformsa ("Tiny") Talbot and Gainesville -ing began operating in mid the Democratic column and 111
High School Jos-
classic Japanese film it Principal week. First signals received via on the Republican side.A DRIVE-IN
&
T. Hudson.
was also a Broadway playtoa eph Relay 2 from a program broadcast I voter can pick up to 177
Western setting. But something The keynote speaker will be at Mojave, Calif., were candidates the number of THEATRE
was lost in the translation James E, Gorman, general reported good. ..atsID the House -and each
of Kurosawa's great "Rasho- ENTERTAINMENTDislikes manager of the Florida Retail TONITE & SATURDAY- Showtime/ 7:00
mon"; somehow its art doesn't Federation. Rev. Thazton TODAY at 1:35 4:00 <:25 9:00
register amid the gunfighters as (Saf SpringfIeld will give the invo-
it did with the samurai rslltUtlJai1JJi cation. SOPHIA MARCELLO AREA FIRST SHOWINGI
Specialists in the following
Three lone figures gather in a LOREN MASTROIANNA
rainstorm at broken-down areas Invited to speak are Dr. IN VITTORIA Dl SICA'S
a Cats But L. J. Marchand, medical and : COME
railroad station a disheartened related; Paul D. Moore of IBM, "YesterdayToda
preacher, a garrulous office occupations: Edward shoeks ATYOUR
:
charlatan, an idealistic prospector. :- and Tomorrow"
Goodwin of Sperry Rand, trade
,Together they relate the Co-Stars With Them and industrial; and George I
scandal of small Western
a I ,
town.A Sims iributive, University education.of Florida, die '. EVERY EMOTIOM1 S O WM

trial has been held. A Mexi- By BOB THOMAS 1 cape, bearing a wristwatch Awards will be made to first, citi1i: R e Ntwtrttl :
can bandit was accused of the AP Movie Television Writer back to Hayley. Hayley calls in second and third place winners COLOR C.la C.rfMH
,rape of a woman and the murder HOLLYWOOD (AP) Fine an FBI man Dean Jones who 4 a public speaking contest
,of her husband But the thing. Hayley Mills is not at all happens to be allergic to cats, fhe topics Include: "What Co- AN ENTIRE TOWN
testimony of the bandit, the fond of cats, and now she's starring -and. You get the idea. )perative Education Means to I KILLED And MUTILATED! '
woman and the dying words of In a movie called "That It's always a pleasure to have 1 Me"; "Why I Believe In the WANTEDPeople L'. .
her husband provide three versions Darn Cat"This the puckish Miss Mills back in Democratic Way of Life"; "The V24CO ,
of what happened. may upset the feline town for one of her periodic Dignity of Work"; "The Importance I '", '
Then the prospector confesses fancIers of the world but Hay- visits. "That Darn Cat" It her of Personality in My '
he saw the whole thing, and it ley can't help how she feels. first film in Hollywood since Job"; and "Human Relations". who like to dance 1W' HOU5 1 U -t;
was entirely different from Her reasoning Is this: "I always "Summer Magic" two years Cooperative education is business and have fun '
what the other three said. feel so-well, so unnecessary ago. At the advanced age of IS and industrial training offered \ 'S .
Paul Newman, Claire Bloom to cats. They're terribly she remains everyone's idea of in high schools. Employers fun! fun! Wt1HBLOODISPECIAL
and Laurence Harvey perform, Independent not at ill like what a teen-ager should be: provide part time Jobs on .I cR/lJI r
above and beyond the can of'dogs. Oh, I suppose it would lovely, ladylike, but full of life. 'which student learners receive
duty In enacting their charade be a real compliment if a cat Eves though she might be planned, supervised training. MUSIC BY THE

four times. grew to like you, whereas most able to spread her wings, Hay- School coordinators work with 1ft ; TEL STARS
Edward 0. Robinson, William dogs will make friends with ley continued to stay in the the employers to set up school ADDED
Shatner and Howard da SUva anyone. Family nest. She lives at homeIn schedules and studies relatedto Fri. fr Sat Nights 9 p.m.-U p.m. I FEATURE
are fine as the narrators, especially "But' I've never been able to England, add she will be training in a particular oc r Ie ....... nN B LOOD

Robinson ai the con man. make a go of it with cats. Trouble joined here by her father and cupatlon.The school day is divided into No Cover Charges No Minimum/ yOU ARI TNIMaiser

I His draw performance an Academy might award that wen. Is, they know It. And this mother, the John Mlllses. Her I four hours of study and -I' Your, Favorite/ Drinks/ oa 'HI ,
is long overdue. one will probably claw me to father Is arriving shortly to four hours of work on the Job. At Popular Prices GUMDWI 011 AN I '

Samuel Goldwyn Jr. attempted bits." appear in "King RaL"Hayley'a The student learner is placed Beer on Sunday 7 a.m.-12 p.m. I oaf3cs+r:
I This one is a talented tabby Interests much Si
with "The Young Lovers" are In an occupation in which he DO NOT 1 A
:something father never did.who Is playing! the title role In the same as any U-year-old's: bas shown interest and apti HIM 01 PTRMITNIM I
,-to direct at well as produce a the new Disney film, adapted her figure ("It seems I am always tude. Two of the four hoursIn I TOP HAT BAR & LOUNGE TO fan am 1 1
,motion picture. The results'from the book "Undercover dieting; what a bore!"); high school are spent In MonoN_rlcTURS
indicate that young Sammy I Cat," by the mystery-writing boys (She has one In particular, wads .. 10 MI. SOUTH OF GAINESVILLE ON 441 I. i
may bar done wen to deviate I Gordon. The cat witnesses a but Isn't talking about him); the studying subjects directly related ,
.from the paternal pattern. I robbery and kidnaping, follows Beatles ("They're simply mar to the Job chosen. ,
,That does not mean that "The the culprit and manages to II--velous"); and driving. Students U years and older,
with good high school standing, STARTS TONITE!
6 2 SMASH HITS! '

I A Last Visit W ithCantor I II are high eligible.school Such for credits students the training in earn addition program full. FIRST AREA DR'V.'H THEATRE OPEN 6:15 SHOW 7:00

I to their training.A .. SHOWINGOp Sea Both Late As 9:20
Hawthorne Road Rt. 20 Wont FR 6-5011 t
By BOB THOMAS sometimes wonder what I could Goldwyn argued that, the film
HOLLYWOOD .SAP) -, A las I hare been If I- hadn't, been l .on I could be made cheaper in Holly. single ounce of platinum, HIt ALL THE/ WONDERS CREATED ON EARTH..NONE WAS '
f
visit with Eddie Cantor-t the staff. wood, "because I can get the were stretched out, would
Cantor In his final years was Cantor felt a mellowness toward Indians right off the reservoir make a wire almost 1,200 miles MORE TREASURED, MORE BLOOD-STAINED THAN THE GREAT
far from the vital, kinetic figure'who Fields, as he did towardall (sic). In length.DINING .
had danced across the his old fellow performers: GOLDEN BELL THAT RANG ACROSS VIOLENT LANDS AND RAGING
Brice Will
Zlegfeld stage and the screensof Fanny Rogers, Bert
movie houses. His speech had Williams, Marilyn Miller, etc.
grown slow and heavy-tongued, But for Fields he had a special SEAS..CALUNG THE LUSTY VIKING ADVENTURERS WHO SAILED.... ,
evidence of the heart attacks affection.
that had withdrawn him from "He helped educate me,"
the entertainment scene. When Cantor said. "Fields always v
he moved, it was with a dellber- carried books with him, and j
atenen of a man who knew he every day he would read the
was existing on borrowed time. New York Times and several DANCING 1
But his mind was sharp as other newspapers. Each night I
ever. As I visited at his Beverly he would get out the dictionary University Inn COCKTAILS'
Hills home one day, his memory and pick out three words that he
seemed unimpaired as he made me learn and use In sen-
reached back to those days he ences.. By the end of two years
liked to recall, when he was with the Follies, I had amassed
first flashing across the horizonof a pretty good vocabulary." A OI1te4n-a-lifetime Experience! .

the entertainment world. Cantor refused to let his heart Hg =
Cantor's doctor had proscribed disability end his good works.
a shot if whisky each He was using an his effort to .
day to assuage his ailments, line up a big television spectacular *
and the comedian still didn't to raise money for Or.
enjoy taking it Jonas Silk's Research Founda- P .
"I never enjoyed drinking,'" tion."I Q
he reflected, "and I think I can no longer raise money
know why. My first roommatein retail: I have to go after, it W)I r. e
the 'Zlgfleld Follies' was W. wholesale," said Cantor, whohad ff 1e
C Fields. He never drank be- collected millions of dollars
fore the showhe couldn't and for the March of Dimes and
\ do his Juggling. But when the other( causes. t.
\ show was over, he got plas He reminisced about the great i
I 1\ tered. names ha had worked with. He
"I saw him three days before spoke affectionately of Samuel
': he died, and he said to me, 'JBoy. Goldwyn, who had brought him ,
to Hollywood: for aeries of film
.' Club extravaganzas One was "Whoo rare. a.r.-..
pee," in which Cantor had .:"::. es ae IVES lEIEAH IONq.ry
tarred on Broadway for Flo ar 1r.rrIrsarlfra-M.e,1 aewMe.
Honors HooverA Zlegfeld.
TODAY
The stage producer wanted PLUS
special tribute to Herbert 1 his 1111. 1:41 "OLYMPIC
star to stay In the show and
sill ,
Hoover was given Tuesday at''I make the movie version on !'Is'047 ILK"
the Gainesville Boys' Club in a I Long Island I during the daytime., _
program honoring the visit 01' --
National Board member Gordon ,:
Jeffery of Toledo. Jeffery '
gave the tribute and the Boys I Wonderful 8I tv, AuI0tacR .
Club Choir sang "The 1.0 rd'. ...".
Prayer." i FOOD ... .- ",t.M. .,

Former President Hoover had* acvrana
been chairman of the Nation Delightful AT 7:00 6- 10:50

Board of Directors of the 700 I
Boys' Clubs of America. Tin DRINKS I
local dub In Its annual birthday -"
sent him an engraved Keystone I -Iitllils wZ Beautiful

the local containing Boys' Quo the_memben names of I DECORCourteous ** ;


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News of Special InterestTo Friday Dinner To Bridal Courtesies- Sorority Plans


the Colored ,' Tea Sunday
Community Alpha Omicron Pi Alumnae
Honor Miss Dressier
Honor HarrelLs Club will give a tea Sunday at
News Items for this Ben F.
page should be directed to Childs, Colored Newt the chapter house, S19 Panhel-
editor, by mail it 526 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 65753. Do not tend lenic Drive to compliment Mrs.

" Items directly to the Sun office. I A number of pre wedding Mrs. Thomas Hicks. Mrs. Joseph J. M. Tro'an. The honoree will
Pimm will b. low* 1 University of Florida Collegeof where they spent several dry
tfuniamiiii wtwi nut MM M Pace
courtesies have been this Rivers
given and
Miss
Nancy; be recognized for her years o f
Medicine Faculty, theirives while Dean Harrell attended the
" CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Contest hold its week to honor Miss Mary Dressier Wehner.
Singing No. 113 will regular and husbands will honor annual meeting of the Association work for the collegiate chapterand

I Hopewell Baptist Sunday There will be a singing contest meeting Saturday at I p.m. at Dean and Mrs. George T. Har- of American Medical Coo whose marriage to Dr. Luncheon GUea her interest in the buildingand
School. 10 a.m.; Morning wor- at the St Paul B a plat the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie -rep Jr. with a formal dinner leges. John S. McKenzie III of Fort landscaping of the patio.
ship 11 a.m.; and night services Church at LaCrosse Sunday be- Ross, of 704 S. W. 5th Ter- Friday at 7:30: at the Myers will take place Saturday Wednesday, Mrs. David M Tea hours: are from 3 to 4:30:
8:30 pm. Rev. W J. Taylor Inning at 1 ,.m. race. 'Gainesville Golf and pm. Country Visiting WivesEntertained at 3 p m. in the First Methodist Anderson entertained with a
pastor; Mrs Agnes Gordon There Is no admission fee, but The dues and Grand Union Club. Church. luncheon at the Gainesville Golf pm.All

reporer. a free will offering will be ac fees are to be paid in full. I An informal social hour pre Mrs. J. Emory Cross entertained and Country Club to compliment are alumnce invited; and to active attend.members Hostesses -
Church of Cod in ChristChurch cepted. the dinner scheduled Miss Dressler.
ceeding is with a dessert bridge
School MEN'S, WOMEN'S DAY At LuncheonVisiting will be Mrs. H. H. McDonald
It a.m. morning -
; at I p.m. party Monday evening at her
Corsages of white carnations
Women's ob- and Mrs James W. Da-
Men's and Day
worship, 12 noon; Young ALACllUA NEWS The dinner Is a farewell courtesy home when her daughter In-
were presented to the honoree
will be held at the wives here for the Vault.
People's Willing Workers' Meeting Meeting Successful severance for the Barrels who will Naval I a w, Mrs. Charles Emory I and her mother, Mrs. C. P.
Stores Work
7 p.m. and evening wor- The Civic Club of Alachua First Baptist Church Sunday. eave November 1 for Hershey, Conference, Cross, assisted in the Dressler
by the hostess, who also
ship, 3 p.m. Bishop H. Williams held its monthly meeting at the The schedule of services is as Pa., where Dr. Harrell will assume currently being held on the UnI- ties.
of silver to thebrideelect.
pastor. West Side Church of God in follows: his duties as dean of the versity of Florida campus, hOSPitall',1 gave a.gift
successful Sunday School, 1:45: a. m. were entertained at. lunch- An arrangement
New Salem Baplst-S .u nday Christ and was on new College of Medicine at
School 10 '.nl.; morning worship Wednesday. Mrs. Gordon, re- he Is a teacher in Duval Elem- Pennsylvania State University. eon given Tuesday at the Hotel roses, pine cone lilies An arrangement of dried autumn -
11:30 am.; and afernoon porter. entary School. Arrangements for the dinnerare Thomas. cantha centered the serving table : flowers and foliage centered -
worship 3:30: pm. The sermons Rev. Henderson from Hawthorne in charge of the following! Hostesses for the if fair I and pink roses were usedin I the luncheon table, where 1 $)
at both the morning and NOTICE I will alto be the principal faculty members: Dr. DonaldC. were Mrs. John L. Cray, wife the living room.A places were marked for the following -
evening worships will be delivered The Uniform Company Lodge speaker at 3 p.m. Goodman, Dr. Gerold L of the director of the Schoolof sliver bread tray was presented -' guests

by the pastor or his appointee Schiebler and Dr. D. R. Shank- Forestry Mrs. Thomas G to the honoree by the Miss Dressler, Mrs. Dressler, sro c uWAINIAJ
Mrs. P. L. Scott re- On. Herndon Mrs. James W. Mil I hostess. Mrs. John R. \'num, mother
porter; Rev. C. J. Johnson, lowman The Harrells returned yesterday ler and Mrs. Edward T. Sulli Prizes at bridge were won by of the hostess; Mrs John Mill-
pastor. I By Josephine 'y by plane from Denver, van. I the bride-elect, Mrs. Robert len, Mrs Richard Webb, Mrs TI protect your trees and
I II Barnes and Mrs. David W. An.I
Johnson Chapel Baptiat-Sunday Henry Cray Jr., Mrs. R. JSrhiffll. property from storm damogt.
derson. Mrs. J. H. Frailer and Itt ui Inspect your trttt and
School 9:* a.ra and Baptist -
; / Guests Invited for dessert Included around tor hazardous condl'tiont '.
Grow
Mrs. William Avera
Draining Union, 5:30 p.m. Why I Harts To Give I Mrs. Henry L. Gray Jr., such 01:
Choir No.1 will have its rehearsal Mrs. Walter Lee, Mrs. J. D. DtoJ tress or branch overhaul

I today 7:30 p.m. Rev. W J'I ,Miller Mrs. Guy Waller, Mrs.John too rtar* or TV driveway onttnno; ,branches" "
Taylor pastor; Mrs. H. Jones McDaniel and Ms. S. E. +

reporter. Old? Four Receptions Ritch.bridge were Those Mrs.remaining Anderson for l taper Tire Surgery

PROGRAM TO END Irs. Eugene Craig, Mrs. John Pies tactics.n .

The Women's Day programat Dr. Donald J. Hart dean of ning:. will be given at the Hart Mullen, Mrs. E. Alray Howard rmaudlnI
Irs. John Mrs. Richard
the Shady Grove Primitive Make Few Calories the College of Business Adminhome,, 2717 SW Third Place Morgan !
Baptist Church will terminateon .istration at the University o f Hours for both daya will b a Robinson, Mrs. Barnes, I Ass' Cold Cuts w=__

Nov. 15. Mrs. F. D. Shannon Taste Like A Million Florida, and Mrs. Hart have from S to 7 and from until 10 I ta and Ord.r.Ch Alw Cut 0 :
reporter; Rev. R. J. Gain- Issued invitations to four receptions p.m. CAR Meeting von.ty o&5olodsTo Phone 17'.2CSII
oiu, pastor. ( honoring new faculty Assisting Dr. and Mrs. Hart ,,
I Before giving you the Trick Four ounces whole milk members o' the college. In the reception hospitalities Set Sunday
and Treat menus for tomorrow, Two teaspoons sugar The parties, scheduled Fri will be heads of the departments .
SLATES BANQUET Miss Rebecca Sanders will I I 1 Sun Want Ads
In let me call your attention to a One-half banana, sliced day afternoon and evening and of the college and their
There will be. banquet entertain the Jacob Roberta
few tricks! which will add zest Black coffee Saturday afternoon and eve- wives. Get Re.ultsYou'll
the of the Brown
dining room Shady Society of the Childrenof
Grove Primitive Baptist Churchon to reducing: foods. LUNCHEON the American Revolution,
Nov. 14. I Angostura bitters is w o nder Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in her
The cooperation of all memo ful seasoning for all aorta of Salad ((12 5-Inch asparagus Pre-nuptial Courtesies home 3201 NW 15th Avenue.
bers and also friends la asked. fish and sea foods. Some years spears, cut In places. Two Joe Boyles Is president of the
I worked near a fine restaurant hard cooked eggs and aix PAY TOO MUCH
ago
Mrs. F. D. Shannon society this
reporter; which specialized In green olives cut in pieces.Two Honor Bridal Couple year.
Rev. R. J. Gainous,pastor The The program, entitled "Poll-
or three tablespoons tomato
donation la $1.00. clam chowder. I liked this, except tical Education," will be given
that it was a little fishy reducing dressing)
for me. Therefore I kept a Two Rye Krlspa In compliment to Miss Lucille were a miscellaneous shower, 1 by Miss Sanders.Rummage. IF YOU BUY

TRUSTEES DAYTrustees' small bottle of angostura bitters Eight ounces skim milk Franklin Denton and their given by Mrs. David Desaulels
I In A few son, Bobby Lucius Crews, Mr. and Miss Monica Alton: a linen Sale
will be pocketbook.
held
Day at my
1 DINNERFour and Mrs. Raymond Crews will and kitchen shower by Mrt. Da.vld -
GETTING
BEFORE
the Shady Grove Primitive Baptist drops made it perfect Hague Home Demonstration
I entertain with the rehearsal Hendon and Mri. Keith
I Church the first Sunday in Lemon juice or vinegar, especially ounces of baked fish 1 dinner tonight at the Hotel I I Club members will hold a rummage -
brush with touch of aythome and a miscellaneous
November. tarragon vinegar, ( Just a Thomas. 1 Sale Saturday, beginning
makes spinach or any greens olive oil flavored with angostura I shower given by Mri. Cary at 7 aim at the Atlantic OUR PRICE
t calories bitters, plus a little The dinner will follow the
CONTEST TO CLOSE delicious. You can forget rehearsal Nelley. I Coast Line Lot.
The Mt. Olive Primitive Bap when seasoning with lemon lemon Juice) at 5:30 p.m. In the
r tilt Church's contest will come Juice or herbs or vinegar. Two-third cups spinach (flavor First Baptist Church, where the ot

'I to an end Jan. 17. Miss B. Watt You can whip up tome cream this with a sprinkling of nuptials will take place. I CHECK WITH. TECH
with the fat-free milk crystals
son, reporter. savory, or vinegar) The wedding will be solemnized
t This adds zest to gelatin or at 7 pm, and la to be
One small baked
PLANS PROGRAM fruit and has virtually no cal- One potato followed by a reception In the COLOR TV HEADQUARTERS The Furniture Manulocturer.

f The progressive Choirs' Union ories. Add a half teaspoon of orange lower auditorium of the church. SYLVANIA MOTOROLA MAGNAVOX
sugar or a little artificial sweetening If have misted some
yea Wednesday night, Miss Den-
will at the
present a program
to It. of the means this week or ton entertained her attendants
Hopewell Baptist Church Sunday AMPLE HOUSE
at 3 Here are tomorrow's menus would like fa lave the complete with < bridesmaid dinner I TECH TV, I
p.m. for those of you who are following Trick and Treat Die which took place at the TowerHouse.

fine This entertainment promises to, and be the a very public my Trick and Treat Diet la a booklet, sead U. eats 121 N.W. 1'rh Are. Phone I72-04J II ,,,, ,' '. .... I I ,.. "
for loss of 9 this week. I
a pounds and a stamped, self addressed the pre-nuptial ar-
is invited to attend. Among p ; OPEN ,.,. 'TIL't PM-S PAYMENT PLANS
with ,. ,
MENUS FOR YBREAD'AST envelope yew till honoring the bride to be
-r guest fcc tt te Josephine Lewmaa
o LACROSSE In care of the Gatnetvffleta. -
AnnlvertaryThe G Three-fourths cup dry cereal :
Union Prayer Band will .
observe its 23rd annivers a r y
from Nov. I through Nov. I at A Baptist Pr achere Reaction To za224Vf4.

the Bethel A.M.!:. Church here. "NONE DARE CALL IT TREASON" P
.
I Stagers T Appear Sunday, October 25. 700 P.M.
The Sunrise Singers will appear -
In a musical program at UNIVERSITY BAPTIST CHURCH
the Bethel A.M.!:. Church Sun- with these Diamond Ensembles
Fashion-styled
' day at 7.30: p.m. 1628 N.W. 6th StreetC.

The World Prayer Band will F. GEORGE, Pastor

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tl Gainesville Sun Friday October 21, 1964

: Education I Illinois Voter Will 'FaCe Three-Foot', Long Ballot

Perplexing 'Outrage Asks -

I Clubs To SPRINGFIELD, HL (AP) ballot Is ,necessary because would get one vote. ,But if be After months of bickering, the
Pity the Illinois voter when he reapportionment baa force chooses one too man/., the ballot deadlocked commission was
Illinois to elect state representatives will be thrown out. disbanded. No other procedurewas
'Who Sees What Truth? goes to the polls Nov. 3. '
Meet Here on an at-large basis Instead The at-large election followeda left to avoid 'the aUarg
No one else In the nation will\ of by districts. sequence of events beginning election.

By BOB THOMAS Young Lovers" is an unalloyed'beauty, the other an aimless, The Cooperative Educa U o n I be confronted with his headache It the voter becomes colorblind last year. Because of the mass of votes ijk
there will be a reason. .The to be counted, It is expected to
AP Movle-Televislon Writer success. It Is likely that the artist Their situation seem Clubs of Florida will hold a district -marking a separate ballot Republican-controlled
over-40 audience may object to real, and so do .the collegiate meeting Saturday I n 1 Not only will he see orange, Illinois[ Legislature passed a bill be days after the election before
HOLLYWOOD (AP) The its casual approach to what was surroundings. Gainesville High School auditoium. ., nearly three feet long and a foot he will be given a white ballot rrapportioning the state's 59 the results ere known. V, I

new movies once called moral values. Where "The Young Lovers" wide and listing! 238 choices for listing candidates for Presidentand louse districts. Democratic ,......,
"The Outrage" Is more perplexing Though the film Is by no means fails to achieve reality Is in the The meeting will .begin at 9 I the Illinois House. state offices/ a blue one on 3ov. Otto Kerner vetoed it on 'I", .hM
than outrageous. It,Immoral, its approach seems characters. The leads are a.m. Expected to attend are constitutional amendments, and tho ground: that it was unfair _
poses the age-old Inquiry: What too sophisticated. played with earnestness by 300 high school students and This separate orange-colored a green ballot on Judges. from a population standpoint.At ,
Is truth? The only answer is 1 Goldwyn Jr. Is to be com- Peter Fonda and Sharon Hugue- their coordinators from 20 counties What makes it more confusing I this point the state constitution ..
provided by a con man: "Peo- mended for attempting that ny, but they never have dimen of North Central Florida. On the Air Is the voter has a variety of required the governor to ..., .. ".'
ple see what they want to see rare screen commodity, the love sion. Their Joys, angers and Welcoming addresses will be options Ir selecting his choices appoint a bipartisan commission .........,
want to story. It is a tale of the romance frustrations are delineated I for the legislature..One little to produce reapportion-
what carefully
they
and they say given by Mayor Howard McKinney MUNICH, Germany: (AP) mistake can void his ballot 214 NW 13th F. -472
and torment of two college students but the motivations ment. I
are electof ALSO I. OCALA
Superintendent .
bear. West Germany's flO-mlllion Of the 238 names on the legislative ,
one somewhat inhibited
never explored. Public Instruction W. S"Tiny" .
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Like "the Magnificent Seven satellite ground station at Raist- ballot, 118 are listed I In
," "The Outrage" transform ( ) Talbot and G al n es- ing began operating In, mid the Democratic column and 118
ville School Joseph
a classic Japanese film 1& DINING & T.High Hudson. Principal week. First signals received via on the Republican side. DRIVE-IN
was also a Broadway playtoa Relay 2 from a program broad- A voter can pick up to 177 SUBURBIA
Western RtUn,. But something The keynote speaker will be cast at Mojave, Calif., were candidates the number of THEATRE
was lost In the translationof James E. Gorman, genera l reported good. seats in the House -and each
Kurosawa' great "Rasho- ENTERTAINMENTDislikes manager of the Florida Retail TONITE fr SATURDAY- Showtime 7:00
mm"; somehow Its art doesn't federation. Rev. Thaxton TODAY at 1:35 4:00: 6:25 9:00
will the invo,
Springfield give
register amid gunfighters as (Sa
it did with the samurai. ttsuiUt1l4f1sim cation. I SOPHIA MARCELLO AREA FIRST SHOWINGI
Specialists, in the follow I in g LOREN MASTROIANNAIN
Three lone figures gather In a ,
areas invited to speak are Dr. -
rainstorm at a broken-down Cats But L. J. Marchand, medical and VITTOUIA Dl SICA'S : COME
railroad station a disheartened elated; Paul D. Moore of IBM, "YesterdayTodaj
preacher, a garrulous office occupations Edward shocks! AT
charlatan, an Idealistic prospector. Goodwin of Sperry Rand, trade and Tomorrow"WANTED
'Together they relate the YOUR
Co-Stars With Them and industrial; and George
scandal .of .a small Western Sims, University of Florida, distributive ( OWN
town. EVERY EMOTlOM
education.
Mexi- By BOB THOMASAP cape, bearing a wrlstwatcb a N..."..
held. A
been
A trial has Awards will be made to first, a
can bandit was accused of the Movie .' Televlshm Writer back to Hayley. Hayley calls In second and third place winners COLOR C..1.r c.,.. .
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Finething. I an FBI man Dean Jones who
rape of a woman and the mur- A a public speaking cont eat.
der of her husband. But the Hayley Mills is not at all I happens to be allergic to cats, Fie topics Include: "What Co- AN ENTIRE TOWN ;

testimony of the bandit, the fond of cats, and now she's starring and. You get the Idea.. peratlve Education Means to ; j KILLED And MUTILATED!
woman and the dying words of In a movie called "Thai t: It's always a pleasure to have Me"; "Why I Believe in the I f-; ,
her husband provide three ver- Darn Cat" the puckish Miss Mills back in Democratic Way of Life"; "The :
liont. of what happened. This may upset' the feline, town for one of her periodic Dignity of Work"; "The I m- '.-ta
.Then the prospector confesseshe fanciers of the world, but Hay, visits. "That Darn Cat" is her parlance of Personality In My '. .,
saw the whole thing, and it ley can't help how she feels. first film In Hollywood since'Job"; and "Human Relations". People who like to dance 'W' 'QUS\\NO\

was entirely different from Her reasoning is this: "I always "Summer Magic" two years Cooperative education is business and have fun! 4'
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what the other three said. feel so-well, so unneces- ago. At the advanced age of 18 I and industrial training offered ).t.t1\ ;. :s w JJ J
Paul Newman, Claire Bloom sary to cats. They're terribly she remains everyone's idea orl in high schools. Employ fun! fun! ',
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and Laurence Harvey perform Independent, not at all like what a teen-ager should be: era provide part time Jobs on ''
above and beyond the can of dogs. Oh, I suppose it wouldbe lovely, ladylike, but full of life. 'which student learners receive '
duty m enacting their charade a real compliment if a cat Even though she might be !planned, supervised train 1 n g MUSIC BY THE I I

four times. grew to like you, whereas most able to spread her wings, Hay- i School coordinators work with ''TELSTARS SPECIAL I
Edward 0. Robinson, William dogs will make friends with ley continued to stay in the the employers to set up school I ADDED
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schedules and studies related FEATURE
Shataer and Howard da Silva anyone family nest She lives at home I Fri & Sat Nights 9 ,.11I..1% ,.11I, .
1 to training In a particular oc- aLOOD I
are fine ai the narrators, especially "But I've never been able to In England, and she will be cupation. ra.. ad..Nt.t
4
Robinson at the con man. make ao of It with cats. Trouble joined here by her father and The school day Is divided into No Cover Charges No Minimum p you ;:TNsTAUNT
His performance might wen is, they know it. And this mother, the John Millses. Her t four hours of study and a Your Favorite DrinksAt TNIouuaA
draw an Academy. award that one win probably claw me to' father is arriving shortly to I tour hours of work on the Job. Popular Prices a "

is long OYII'due.Samutl Goldwyn Jr. attempted -bits." appear In "King Rat." The student learner la placed Beer on Sunday 7 am.12 p.m. :
This Is talented Interests much of ie r
"The Lovers" one a tabby Hayley's are I n an occupation in which he DO t S.
with
bli father Young did who is playing the title role In the same as any 18-year-old's: I has shown Interest and apt I- HIM 01 .aMat i I
never
-something to direct as well as produce a the new Disney film, adapted her figure ("It seems lam always t ude.: Two of the four hours TOP HAT BAR & LOUNGE NIM TO uI TNs I 1 1
The results from the book "UndercoverCat dieting; what a bore!"); I n high school are spent in I MonoN.rlcnale
motion indicate picture.that young Sammy ," by the mystery-writing boys (She has one In particular, wsdrudylng 10 MI SOUTH OF GAINESVILLE ON 441
have done wen to deviate Gordons. The cat witnesses a but Isn't talking about him); the I subjects directly related .
may from the paternal pattern robbery and kidnaping, followsthe Beatles ("They're simply mar << to the Job chosen. I
That does not mean that "The culprit and manages to .. velous"); and driving. Students U years and older,
with good high school standing, STARTS TONITE 8 2 SMASH HITS

I ': A Last Visit W ithCantori l\i are high eligible.school Such for credits students the training in earn additionto program run FIRST AREA DI'V''N THEATRE OPEN 6:15 SHOW 7:00 j"


,. their training.A SHOWINGOp See Both Late As 9:20
2<00 Hawttiornt Road Rt. 20 Phone FR 6-5011
By BOB THOMAS sometimes wonder what r could Coldwyn argued that the film J

HOLLYWOOD (AP) A lilt have been if I hadn't.been on could be made cheaper In Hollywood single ounce of platinum, If ALL THE WONDERS CREATED ON EARTH..NONE WAS

visit with Eddie Cantor the stuff." "because I can 'get the I It were stretched out, would
Cantor In his final years was Cantor felt a mellowness toward Indians right off the reservoir"sic I make a wire almost 1,200 milesIn j' MORE TREASURED.MORE BLOOD-STAINED THAN THE GREAT
far from the vital, kinetic figure Fields, as he did toward ( ). I length.DINING _
who had danced across the all his old fellow performers: GOLDEN BELL THAT RANG ACROSS VIOLENT LANDS AND RAGINGSEAS..CALLING
Brice, Will Rogers, Bert
Fanny
Ziegfeld stage and the screens: J
of movie bou es. His speech had Williams, Marilyn Miller, etc. &LRI1lrtriuiI1tIdvI SAILED. i iI'rl rr
ADVENTURERS WHO
THE LUSTY VIKING
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grown slow and heavy-tonguec, But for Fields he had a special .
evidence of the heart attacks affection
that had withdrawn him from "He helped educate me,"
the entertalnme.it scene. When Cantor said. "Fields always v
lie moved, It was with a deliberateness carried books with him, and / '
of a man who knew he every day he would read the I-- "
was existing on borrowed time. New York Times and several DANCING

But his mind was sharp as other newspapers Each nighthe
ever. As I visited at his Beverly would get out the dictionaryand University Inn COCKTAILS
Hills home one day, his memory pick out three words that he !
seemed unimpaired as he made me learn and use In sentences "
reached back to those days he By the end of two years IIiDNcMip:
liked to recall, when he was with the Follies, I had amasseda A
first flashing across the horizonof pretty good vocabulary." Onee-In-a-lifetime" Experience! I
the entertainment world.! Cantor refused to let his heart gallghted Tear'nI/

Cantor's doctor had prescribed disability end his good works Oramaf :
a shot If whisky each He was using all his efforts to
day to assuage his ailments,, line up a big television spectacular -
and the comedian still didn't to raise money for Dr.
.
enjoy taking It Jonas Salk's Research Founda ttr tJO' "

"I never enjoyed drinking,," tion. 'I.
\ he reflected, "and I think I "I can no longer raise money
retail: I have to after It
know why My first roommate go *
1 In the 'Zlgfleld Follies' was W, wholesale," said Cantor, who h/raWl y r
C. Fields. He never drank before had collected millions of dollars
the showhe couldn't and for the March of Dimes and
when the other causes. t '1
do his Juggling. But I Ir Ire
I show was over, he got pla> H. reminisced about the great
tered. names he had worked with. He
,1 h, "I saw him three days before spoke affectionately of Samuel
.? he died and he said to me 'IBoys' Goldwyn, who had brought him t
to Hollywood for a series of film

Club extravaganzas One was "Whoo

pee" In which Cantor bad .;".." e1. r.111R1 NES IONd I \
I starred on Broadway for HoZiegfeld.
Honors Hoover TODAY
The stage producer wanted PLUS
t A special tribute to Herbert 1 Ms star to stay in the show and 1:11, 3:45 "OLYM'IC A
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Hoover was given Tuesday at I make the movie version on e'I't" 'l! ILK"
the Gainesville Boys' Club In a 1 Long Island during the daytime. '
program honoring the visit of r-
National Board member Gordon -
Jeffery of Toledo. Jeffery 1 '
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gave the tribute and the Boys' I : Wonderful ass
1
Club Choir sang, "The Lord''' UUPIUI'ASST
Prayer." I FOOD ACTOR- ,.. 'Y
steer? F91tIER
Former President Hoover had
==- AT 7:00 6' 10:50
been chairman of the National Delightful

Board of Directors of the TOO DRINKS I
Boys' Clubs of America. The .
local club, b) its annual birth- ,
day, seat him an engraved Keystone Ra 1 i 's Beautiful
) containing the names of N DECORS
the local Boys' Club members. I

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ALL RdolT, IMWHWUANTTDSAfr'ITJ!) OH.VOU BLOCKHEAD' (SHe SAID IT I)
DEAR ABBY I TALKED AfuD I
SAY IT! 60HE'S TOO MUCH,
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Whafe paw a 'er a II
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Needs Chance ...1"". write Ie Ak.". ... >}3S.CM. ''t'J

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LIV/IPI BUTHE'S WH1AT THE NEXT DA-V- THIS MAKES ME YOU SAY YOU'RE
DEAR ABBY: How do you feel about a woman who li a lot better than playing the piano. I asked my father if Icould HERE!!NOl'WHATS WORRIED ASTORY:: WORLD HEADLINES I LOOK LIKE A J CALLING FROM (
married and a mother returning to high school to complete quit piano and take drawing lessons Instead and he ??- THAT THE ABOUT FRIGHTENED 1 ROME? ROME,
her education I understand in tome states It ii allowed If looked at me like I was crazy: or something. I can spend THAT CHIEF ISpO1N0 5000- OLD BLOBOF A ITALY? AND
she Is under U. A 16-year-old mother (shotgunned) wants to hours drawing, and never get tired but when I practice the SUPtR IS BLUBBER17 YOU'RE A FATRELATIVE
return. The other girls will undoubtedly accept her and make piano for half an hour I am worn out. How can: I get my W HIRE? STuTOUSJ : MUgJRSE. YEAR- r" RINGOS?OF
I nisi over her and, by w doing, will appear to approveof father to let me quit piano and take drawing Z OLD i
her past behavior. She In tun. can: Instruct them well LOVES TO DRAW
In married life. I feel for the girl but I also feel for the good DEAR LOVES TO DRAW Stick with your piano lesions < MUMMYTERRIFIES
girls who have been raised with high moral standards. I and draw ea the sUe. U yon have a real talent for art perhaps J
think if such a girl wants to complete: her education she your piano teacher will speak to your father la your be 5 ,o-i3
should go to a school outside her district. What do you half. But first talk It ever with your teacher. HE managedto MODERN
think. become a pretty good musician and draw for fun, didn't ;j s
UPSET IN PENNA... be'e I. POLICE
DEAR UPSET If the gW .Is totally. entitled to retara tt Ir
school la the district of her residence that's that As for DEAR ABBY: We are at the end of our rope so please S.
dm commottoa she might cause, thai would depend .. her print this and do a lot of people a big favor. We have a
t.. behavior aqd that .f the ether girls. The school authoritiesare neighbor who lives alone except for her two dogs and we + NOT ME !! 1/'E AN'OL' '
capable .f judging fairly. Give the girl I chance.: don't know how many cats.: Her house stinks her furnitureis w HOWDY SNUFFY" I'M PLUMB DOC PRITCHART wtoWINNE RS 3 -
e filthy and there Is cat hair all over the place. She complains : I THOUGHT I'D CHECKERED EST GCiT DONE
DEAR ABBY: Is it okay to go out with a married man that her friends don't want to visit her any more. She DRAP OVER AN' OUTLON20f t PLAVIN'THUTTY
If you keep your distance has always been a very nice person and we don't want to PLAY YE SOME GAMES
TEMPTED hurt her, but we just can't: go Into that house Abby. The ( CHECKERS q
DEAR TEMPTED Why don't you Ilk Us wife (and keef odor la unbelievable. Even her relatives don't visit her any iIAVt
your distance" when you do) more. If you print this she might see it and take the hint.
e, FRIENDS BUT NOT VISITORS
i DEAR ABBY: I am an 11-year-old girl and I love to draw. DEAR FRIENDS The poor soul needs mere than a "hint,"
Especially horses. My piano teacher Is a very good artist she needs professional help. Call Me e( her relatives and ask
and that Is what I want to be. If I have a good piano lesson them to look .b en her. If this doesn't bring results your I
my teacher teaches me bow to draw horses and I like that county Board of Health should be ...Wled.'fT. 1 1A S

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'"' Friday Eveahg till candidate: .Is a speaker. Kickoff Hill." ((1959)) A marshal Q I
I I' I.N B Well's Fargo $:N D O 1H4 Summer discovers that the man
I' O Mike Douglas Jack Pear Is pre-empted Oyympks who killed his wife Is the
IZS B Moments to. Sports B TIle Saul O WObara Brothers son of an old friend. (two -- IrLLDUKItRANKKUS -
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Oldaa WIIY CAN?
1:31 a NewscopeB "Marcia.: Actress Mar- 1:31 O Porter Wagoner hours). Cast IncludesKirk A LOT OF 0000 v'011 MST ARRANOCR THP.IUNKMMD t
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World Civilisation cia Lanftm took her own 1:410 Pro Football Score Douglas, Anthony you KNOW rie NOT 100 70 see DO.. It thTNtY'RlWngq PNSj00N IN TXIB4JSINI53/ NV man..AND<
1:51 09 (Color) Local News life after someone disfigured boardlNBFIshlagFu Quinn, Carolyn Jones, MOTNeR OP 1n see suet TNIs, se LIKQ PRIQNosy.ensONy AMOUNOTNdUNKHtM N!CAN RUN CIRCLCS) RICK IM'-

Weather, Sports her face with acid. Earl Holliman Ziva Rod 1OCKOWCtl5PfNO 10 Wo 0NtSANC / i Ii : : II I vvu e0T NOW.r /
I:. O News, Sports, Claire Avery, Marc i I.'. O News arm.O GRT OIUTJNUTts ._, _;..., ,
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Weather successor: Is now threatened I:IS B New. Sports Mr. Broadway =:: OKAr4 I '----" ':'

B Sunshine/ Almaaac: and Simon Templar Weather Nightingale for Sale." A oI : II : '!II 'III, '. 1
IU. News Highlights offers his help. I .:. 8 The Deputy former blgtime gangster .. ..:..0-: .;
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1:31am0News O FugitiveAfter I "The Challenger. thinks Mike Bell !is the .
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B Using Numbers barely escaping Ittf a New. best public relations man I ...;r.a -
7:. B Tasty Derringer from Lieutenant Gerard 7:. a Ensign O'Toole in New York and he >< :" .
I. "An' Ace Called Spade' Klmble discovers he OToole Is P u ute d wants Mike to help him ; ---- Q; "
oj has a passenger ta his by cook's: sudden inability get his niece on the '=: -.--'
O Death Valley Days car- Gerard'' edi .
getaway to prepare anything operatic stage.ll.N I .
(Color) "The Lucky; son. ble. : O Gunmoke
Cow." A boy lose. faith I II:. BO News Weather Q Jimmy Strickland Physician Wesley May
I in his father who seem:I, Sports m (Color) New., Weather has arrived in Dodge to i I I 1 HANS t MAVI w Now.TOI I Sr NO PHCNU WOND AUWAV| ooq*
to be the victim of an unscrupulous m (Color)Local News, Sports practice medicine and 00014[ MILLIt I' l.t >- h
Indian trader, Nfiao TFIQ GALLYOIJRAGKoaoNa CaANUTruTTat7
Weather 7:. a O Flipper (Color) his wife Jennifer fig cal I' I Issl
B WIll, New 11:8 O Movie- I "Dolphin for Sale."- Dor- urea the best way to lineup w ANT w
Children Double Feature rie Stone steals the horn patients Is to spread GALL
Topics: life of the trumpeter Drama malicious gossip about LATT ,
1. "Fabiola. ( ;I the boys use to summon ,
swan; measuring Urn Italian; 1M7) A gladiator Flipper and then hires the Doc Adams. tl Q.
in space; folk music 01 f in the service of the dolphin into his own fenced :- II:. 0 IIJ News, Sports
Burma. and In Weather S
Emperor Constantine lagoon. a
O Gina Reeves the daughter of a Romani O Jackie: Gleasoa O Detectives
7.M B O Slimmer nobleman, are Involved' Reginald Van Gleason III "The Long Jump." Con-
1 Olympics In the persecution appears as the fiery Gauche way and LIndstrom are
I (Special) Scheduled: finals of Christians ta the El Whlppo in another called: to a downtown ho ale ltro
in the men's big Fourth Century A.D. Mi- Incredible: vaudeville tel.
jump and the marathon,; chela Morgan Michel Simon routine; Barbara Heller 11:31 B Movie
water polo; football; eat Henri VldaL I. Introduces Newsreel "Two Flags W tst." U30)) YDlrai e1Aol (uM ktNI.DIAL OeI
nosing; field hockey; and "The Woman Eater." sketches and Frank Released from prison, a COULD wuxwu u urt 10 CLAM..
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t i yachting.: (Intenuttocal (Melodrama; 19M A half- Fontaine educates: Joe the troop of Confederate sol- P n MTH Nil/! PMT THINM WOU I
Showtime" .Is preempted mad scientist returns Bartender on adult education. : diers Join a Yankee outpost wo&A TODAY IP O flMTl-DOfO HOW!
) from lid Amazon Jung under a rebel hatIng aI neuw f tsLLI:1LtdMNIaJtNN s1 MUNI!
B Rawhide"A les with a sacred tribal I:. a a Mr. Magee (Color) commander. Jos e p h O ONCNot A Pull TIMt
Man Called Mushy. tree that feeds' on beau Magoo stars as D'Artag- Cotton. Linda Darnell !
Four gypsies talk dim tiful young girls.! George nan ta "The Three Musketeers Jeff Chandler, Cornel ; 1 1s
witted Mushy into giving Coulouris> Vera Day. ," first i of two Wilde Dale Roberta 0 II.to .
them the drive's wllonaandlldd1l (Two hours M min.) shows. Tonight: J)'ArIa&- ( min.)
horses. 11 a a (Cstor)
: nan meets musketeers Ar-
B Fibs Feature7:4f 8 ......
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J.bsy
arms Athos and Porthos "
"Crisis. ) A
(1950)
Florida Blue surgeon
B steyN -
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and blunders Into duels
IIIen1ew Is kidnaped and told to
"Stakeout OB Dope with each.l .
;: I: B Finer. WerMBpeeU Street" (ION) Three :. a NtIcaI TaIk-D perform the a delicate hated dictatorof operation -

( ) "Design Scien ....... find some heroin g(. B Porter WageeeraGuHgaa'sbtoad on Latin American
tint," first of three parts lost by gangsters and a
Architect Richard Buck It country. Cary Grant, Jose r oouw ms .Nndrr r MtTsAY t PIMf / cur ems MV is NOT IVSM wrustrs>>'M IIUVIN
,1 attempt to peddle Hope stirs ta the hearts Ferrer Paula Raymond z PNPOtTUNATip.A5 Nor Pest Much 1.1154I klN' WT..WMAT Ml?. HOC AWAII it TNS TMttlllNtf
:" minister "Bucky": Fuller themselves. Yale wet 'of the shipwrecked clti- Masso Ramon No. evlriocs roWT.4s ,,. WNN W. Aa. M MS Let. MANP>>...MO TMS .T......of aie WHICH
talks about factor ler Jonathan Hale Abby when atom- Signs > Pica m oms uos Atonal or N WLLr All tntWHt MUM TMS flttl tf TXS ITAS MWN
tens Gllligsn TT+a Ptooaour ..
varro. (One hour, M min.) t. THAT MY .U u.GTe NNM
that have Influenced: his .
Dalton. (110 min.) bin on a vintage airplaneand .NnAo
revolutionary style ai SATURDAYMoratof Its vintage pilotthe 0 Mevto.Double Feature Ij ,
films show some of the and Aftonow "
famed navigational nincompoop 1. "The Americano. (adventure < '
1 buildings Fuller has d*- 7:00 B Value Pact/to Wrongway Feld- ; ItM Arriving In
.lpeeI., '-lit ....... man. Brazil, a Texas cowboy :
I:. B B Bah Hope 7:. B Sunday tehee! FsnaaBXaasareiajeJuacto a AMuu Family discovers that the ma iS-p -
(Color) "The Turncoat"" The Mighty Gorilla Cor- who was supposed to buy
Is young Victor Thornton,, I:. B Ames tta reamBMtotor go escapes from the argue his vaulable Brahma bulls
a defector to the Chilean Mayer and to welcomed fata has been murdered. Clam r
during tilt Korean War. B Reeky aad HisFrieada the Addams household Ford Frank Lntj 0 7. 1 ;
Now, with forged credeDoIIaIa much to the consternation: "The Mummy's Hand." -
bet ea route to imlssilt lMBTaBeAaMuucedBCesrPepeyeaad of the vtotttag Ladies' (Melodrama; WO A -I
plant to do the ) League. Quest cast includes small group of arcbeologIsts -
Job of espionage he wai BeaalNaactoaeeFleltoa George Barrows, sets out ta search of Yt7u
groomed for. Cast k>. Peter Leeds. the tomb of the royal KNOW A 1.01'.f10UT
chides George Hamilton, 'yg..gar .:. a a ...... (Color) Seturuuy princess Ananka. Dick Fran > I ,, /. FRET
Margaret O'Brien Carroll the Wallace AiD. WHAT
Tern Night al Ford Peggy '
O'Connor. Jack Wet ':11 B e.55 Tuxedo ........ Moran.. (Two hours OJ'I'
ton Rodolfo Acosta. Judy a a llseser leeebee4. "Last Train from Gun min.) vom
James Jerry Boughs 1':11 B add Draw McGraw ,,
and Buddy Lewis. aauaaardsfU:3iaaFlreuulIL4

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Q:. B Sky UaajBMr.Lueky trtb. day of Ilk There are st Montgomery .broke the Ails line
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Today's highlight to history: .. LiAVa lulDOl eAdr :
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guest Tea A French 1 r .YM/r D TAta /1111assn
yean ago rMNT! wa'mior IMO A 91CIMCM Kaaa 0OWW PQJt A Ma11la.* A,
Rudolf conducts the On- B Outlaw Ou this date tom*. the three- German agreement was reached

7 chord smpIIIIIJ. l:. BPuBtoAfeFuss7BWitudtac day Battle el Leyto Gulf start- on the Sear Valley, giving West r,
i :;fl e a .ad..., ... The defeat of a Japanese Germany so rrignry. wFrida
Bob Hope to Jack's: .... I:. B Usyd Thaxtoa iron fleet asMbtod Allied forces lid !j: \
tonight When Bob etopi B TeaieMtwu by Ce*. Douglas MacArtbur, to I Five years ago India and 1'
by, Jack gaily a grtalMet I:. B B NK Reverts cap_ the arnstosj. ., the Pakistan anmonced they bad i A
: The two sank I Sfeetol"Tha Fhiltppases. I settled their dispute concerning
team up to cut a com* I:. e a ?Gas Shaw the East PtitoUo-IndU Fran :1J fr
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oi..hue. hawk.- B ITU. George Wast fIItoa'.1 One year ago The tar! of :

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SAIGON, South Viet Nam Khanh's drive to line up support: five generals he had been hold tense attorneys and court off today at which a Vietnamese 1

(AP) A military court acquit before a new civilian govern- Ing under arrest and promoted clals participated. The chIef plane crashed into a group of I

four generals and a colonel who judge, Maj. Gen. Nguyen NgocLe huts a quarter of a mile from 1
ted today 20 accused of ment takes office next week.
persons I
him the then announced there the pilot SAVE
supported against coup wa tile ceremony, killing
last month's attempt to over The military will play a key attempt Sept. IX not enough evidence to support and severely injuring a woman.

throw Premier Nguyen Khanh. role in the 'government and The end of the nlne-day-ol the charges of treason againstthe The plane was one of five that I j,

The surprise decision freeing Khanh wants to run the mili- trial followed a three-hour con- defendants. was stunting for the ceremony,

13 military officers and seven tary. ference In the Judge's chamber The military defendants held at Thuduc, five miles north

civilians appeared linked with Earlier this week he released in which prosecution and deNikita's claimed they did not want to I of Saigon. I

overthrow Khanh but were NOTICS 01' IH.I"I"I SALly '
of vi,,,,. Ot at, Oaautisr could aut
making show force to
a of the Court af Record of Alechua County -
strengthen the military's rule. Floride In tht cite of J. C. Penney
I 'Unperson'WASHINGTON I Company, Inc, ....... George H Pentldeled .
an Two weeks before, Khanh, un- the 7th day of May I9Uo' have
der mob pressure, had resignedas levied' upon the following'' properly N WHERE YOU LIVEDollars

president, scrapped the military wiltInt 100 feet el Wont M feet el Lot
MOSCOW (AP) Niklta of sins to him. But, for the mOo shchev policies as peaceful constitution and M KlnceM IIDId tubdlvlllon." Plat

Khrushchev has become an ment, he has been dropped coexistence and Improvement restore the nation to promisedto civilian And look mil f,I PHI at i anorlff; of Alachua City .;.... '

unperson. down the memory hole' of living standards. They re- Florida will on Friday, the NIK day I
rule., November. .
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| between the hour olII
For a week now there has That was the term George ferred to party meetings over Five members of the National 00 a m. endlWpm. ,In front af ....

been no public indication In the Orwell used In his book "1984"nation the last eight years. Assembly under the Ngo Dinh id North In Door mi Alechua ol the .County..I" Otllco Courthouta tacit-, you 'invest in" our, care don't' just sit

he long dominated that for the Incinerator that de- The policy positions of those Gilnnvllle, Florida, oiler for sail Mid \
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Diem regime also were among promrty end tell to the tUgheilbidder '
such a man ever existed. stroyed records. When policy meetings were set forth In lor ceth" to 1111.., and pay aeldtxecutlon
the civilian defendants.
behind solid steel and
tool and coin. Trie property concrete. They report
In Orwell's imaginary
has disappeared Khrushchev. That
His picture reasons speeches by Khanh and U.S. Ambassador : hiving been levied upon by me andwill
from public places. His books state dictated that a person may be the reason his books be told at 1prOparty ol me ...-
Maxwell D. Taylor attended an 'and.n'
are no longer heaped In display should not have existed, all collections of his speeches, are graduation J. M. CrIIVASSC. JR for duty immediately-to'our loan department
army ceremony ,
ilwlff AI"''''' County
In storess references to him were dropped still available on a somewhat Floridely .
The nearest that the men who down the memory hole. Hlsto- basis. NOTICI TO APPIAe Novilena M. Horn D. S. are'used
where
surreptitious TO ILIZAMTH ejTiLLI THOMAI JT07) ID:23, Ml (II:4, 13 they to buy build or improve
shoved him aside have come to rles referring to him went that AODRSI UNKNOWNYou ,
The tide also Is going out forKhrushchev's aro I..ruby notified that lull lor C'"TI"C"'I O' COIlI'OUTIDIiIOLUTION t
admitting there ever was a way end 80 did current materi- role in World War dlvorca hit boon tlitd agalnot you byMOP.P.II
'N THI
NAMI AND tV THI AUTHORTV homes make attrac-
THOMAS In Circuit Court our community a more
Khrushchev Is attacks on lead- aJ. He became an unperson. ot Alachua County. In mo Choncory. and OP THI ITATI OF FLORIDA ,
ershlp failures obviously attrf- There are no signs that the II.Before you ari raqulrod to larva a copy" at TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRISINT
books destroyed here. he achieved power In your, amwer ar pleMIng ta Mid C_ HALL W.....COM... !W.. ORIITINSIlOolneivllle Js.M tive place in which to live and raise a family.
buted to him are being the four years after Stalin died, .Hint an flu flelnllH i iltornty I. l_ Wllllnaham. : I
FlorWit/ Wllllom I. Wation
Criticism of the "cult of per- That would be dltflcult. I Khrushchev was credited with FoldaaGllAd P tlla O lha ion arlglrul W.' Otlnawlllo In the at- J,.. GainnvllPArldal/ Kerloni Iv.
used to mean Stalin. Leonid L Brezhnev, the new flee ot the Clark ot ma Circuit Court. C. HuiMy Oilnetvllli) PNr105r did an Have dollars
would like
sonaJlty" in
In to
small wartime place
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only a part. Oornnvllli, ..Iorl..., an w t, or. tha tha 17th day af October A D. If5l any you
Now It means Khrushchev. first secretary of the Soviet recent he has loomed Jut day ot Octobor, AD, 19Mi itherwiw euII ta bo bicorporalod vndir the I....

The attacks may .oon become Communist party, and Alexei N. large In years histories and anniversary will, ,bi lha liken allegation ot con"*'.at....card by you Complilnt. / of. lha ,Itata Inc.ol* corporitkm Florldi Wnt with ParlullHert I ti k. one of the safest of investments where
principal piece' of builnau at (telnetIlle .
have
more direct, naming KhruKosygin, the new premier, articles, particularly on figuring DATED THII III DAY Of OCTOBER Alichua County Ni tho Itite al

.hcbev and attributing all sorts pledged to carry on such Khru- in the Ukraine where he A. D.1M4.i: .. CARMICHAIL Florida, and whines ouch corporationId
an the INN diy October. A. D. they attractive dividends j
dirk at Circuit Court earn readily
yet are
was long the party boss. Alachua County Florida U4 Gulf to 01 filed In oftlcathe II
I locretory of stall al lie (tolalorldl II
The 20th anniversary of the .t Chirrloo HilaiDeputy tho documentary authority L.quired .

Hoover Remains to Lie liberation of the Ukraine from 13'50' II:, t, 10.05 Clark ihowlng under lection the dlttolutlon 4M 17. Florida, ot omit ltutet available? Stop in !

the Nazi armies would have NOTICe Oil PUBLIC NEARING corporation.
Notl,5 I. Mruby Olva Mat a Public I Now, therefore, tho Mcntary at State
been an occasion for lavish Nosing will bo hold by the Plorldi des hereby certify to tha tangoing' and
In Capitol Rotunda Today of Khrushchev's role. IIIlIk Commlulon' tor ooch and all ot Stt.milk ,that ha M unified that .... requirement
praise al tho law ,,
markatlng aroai Hi Florida now hive bean compiled
Instead articles on it appearingafter undo Iti .....",1.101I and ragulitlon. In 'tr.,' GUARANTY FEDERALSAVINGS
AP Her- and Inflammationof Mring. Room :N7 lull Capitol Ill., IN WITNIJS WHEREOF, I hiva hero-
( ) painful cough ouster
Khrushchev' Ig- 1 ohoiMe Florida, commencing at 5:30A.M. !unto tot my hand and haul affixed ....
bert Clark Hoover returns In Ms windpipe. Harry S. Truman nored him.IN in Prldoy, October a, ,.... roleIva I Omt Mil al lha Stan of Florida. it
,. la ma following, mittorai T.II.h"_ the Capital,, thlt tha fluteenth -
death today to receive highest is convalescing at his Inde- TUP. COUNTY JUDO'S COUP.T 1. ConiMoration at territorial llmlti of diy of October, A.D. W4.

funeral honors In a. capital pendence, Mo., home from the IN'LOIlIDA AND PO, ALACHUA COUNTY. marketing" Conildtratlon araotI I af/ tnatlmum Charonaroducari TOM Secretary ADAMS of SHUVOTI '& LOAN ASSOCIATIONOf '

where he served as 31st president effects of a fall. IN Nat ..,.,. N to tor hindllna: and ., dlvartlna ISH"IJ706' ,
VALLII' .L. MUMS and tar trtniportlng milk 10:"
0" ...... 1 Contldtratlan. at OtflcM Ordor MO'Allocation 220 North Main
At about 2 p.m., Eastern NOTIce' TO CMDITOM 1.210 Ord,", to dtttrmlno Gainesville. Street, Phone FR 2-8496
President Johnson leads the Standard Time, the rotunda was All croditon of IM time VALLIIL any changa ar changn std bald bt
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..... mad at Mi lima
HUBIS .. in kirtbv net
country In the tributes to a man to be opened to the public until :(id and required t* flla m clelmt arMmendi ... Cmldorallon of Ofllclil Order IK "Chartered and Supervised by

he has called "a wise American p.m., or later if necessary. Sun- : which Itwv may have again ITWllltory II any cnanga Milk ar Ontor"CK_to ditirmno Hwuldba the United States Government" '
ki th..Hla at PUS County
aid Mtati
humanitarian citizen of all ,.... Pttrlda. m ....... or turthar conildtntlon at to HAYDONBURNSI SaY. fly the 20t1e
a I day the body Is to be flown to. .. at ASKS at' County Otlnetvlllo. FlorideIHiln '....11nt tha ..."" ordorI 41% Per '
tit CaurttwuM Each Account Insured To
Up
mankind. : ConiUorotlon af Hit fcwlblllly andadvlHMIily .
Iowa, for burial In Hoover'snative tl.. colandar monthi tram thi AnnumCompounded f.h MonthI
at "' adoption ot a markatMa -
Johnson arranged to meet the : town, West Branch. :11,5.eta'. el each ma claim lira publication ar demand ot mutt toil no-bon .. producar oqutlliation pool ordor I 1000000., )
for a glvan markatlng oral, mora man I Gm From
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I writhe and mint tun IM place
funeral train as It arrived from I sauce OP INTCNTION TO I II' ........ and peat atllca addron ot tttololmant ono araa. ar all arm under tht lurltcllon Free Forking In Roar- ,

New York In early afternoon, ItllTM FICTITIOUS CAMS ,,', .' and hn nwtt,bo worn hit altarnay.to by thelelmant ar to af....tha.... Florida"'. __Milk... Canmla.Ion1all propotad ardor I Seml- nnuolly'i The First!
aunt ar
D IYI" Window
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Pumunt ta tecllon MM FlorideItaiutM i '
: in aravkwlly conildtrod by tinommitilan
and escort the caisson to the mile It rurally given I Mal Ihtunmrtianed IS wlU became void according' to. law.HINRV .. ) by tha ipiclil Olttrlbutorond I
great rotunda of the Capitol. Join W Hardlton, doing' L. OKAY JP.Admlnlilratar Producer Commlltan appolnlod, tor "A FW, SavliMji '....It..I_"
at the Ittota at ALL-FLORIDA
butinitt under ml firm nine of pit, Mil ,.,,_.
There the catafalque that bore ZA PALACe M Ml. N W. lim Unit, VALLie L. HUalt, docMHdMM <.
Adoption
Calnatville, ,,.,..... Intend fo nglittrHid '( ) Slit. It M.H ., aroan 1o.Ir.-imdor predueorlea trio Sun GOVERNOR
the bodies of Abraham Lincoln
fktltlaui Mint under lot provl- I IN THI COUNTY JClDO"1 COURT. llctlon al tho Florida" Milk CommitF Ad,. Id. I- Sun Want Ads Get Results
and John F. Kennedy was .,... ah.. tforauld aittuto. AND 1101 ALACHUA COUNTY, PLONI- ., .
Doted it ailnnvllll, Florida, MU, I F. OottrmlMllan, of tht llmi ....., any
readied. Wh day of loptunber.. A. D., ,.... I IN Hi Bttile. afLODDII arch, ... "IIte..C changit m tha ordtn
JOHN W. HAHDItON a. HULL land by alai n a roiull Ii
The ceremonies Include the Mill: 10:1. a, 14, M us men ........ and lnv oHgitl n .ay thomvnlHlon.

firing of a 21-gun salute, ruffles Notica"Th All crodttort NOTCe at 0 lie CRlDITORl Itlata at LOOOII C0ealdratia. art to 5,0 btcama datsnnin.tin a)5ctiul.S NuN THIS IN MIND. 1

and flourishes from military DIvltIM, if Plant Industry ItttiDepartment I I. HULL -.... era htraby nailed mall. r.Ialtl" .$0 .lite. Iapolng. and KEEP !
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,' and rewired" la tlla any claim or 0h. ...-.. "'' lite Commit.tt10' .
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bands, the playing of "Hail to ot Agriculture, will ncilvi :0antd. WHich IItoy mu h.tS ..aamlat. ludpmant, .baud N CaMd.VNlInd
toiled bide it Rom Ml lull
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Mata In lha office at tha County duNrminad.All .
the Chief" and such hymns as 'Ire' ailnnvllle, Florid.M later DIM II : Judge at Alachua County Plorldin portin mtirottod, anal tha public '
"0 Beautiful For Spacious A.M., Prldiy October JO 1M4 tor the. I tCortho... at OUnewllle, Fierida .ra Invlloll" attond and Shams sill We and more than before f
ever
.. are stronger
lotion ot granular kwectlclde by Unlit wlltiln, .1.! (t) e._., month from 551vuM uvidnC. and tntinloay II maya prosperous ,
Skies." origin' aircraft Application to start Ilia d... at .... tint publlcotlon at Ihitmtln ....1'.... PARTIES WHO DESIRE TOSS
bout November t. 1M4 it oparoxlmotoiyII f och claim' ar domond mutt bon HIARD ARI' RIQUIITID TO FILIOTICI
Neither of two locilltlet In nine counllei. of oauthFlorid writing and mutt title flit placegf OP INTENTION OP A'PtA And we'are at )
the-country's
!, co..,'", .......Im."'" lltM: : I ntldonca and puS office _.... at NO IN AOVANCI OF THI HfARINO peace I\\(
living former presidents was ..... plus or colas M ... exit). Inrt ,tit claimant and moat be warn ta .ay WITH F. I. IIVIRITTI, AOMINIIRATOR ,
,....,.., ,Ontracta. may aqua S OOpY I ill tlalmant hit slant ar hit Otto. FLORIDA MILK COMMIS-
able to 'attend today's ceremo the detailed contract mm Kit Oalnee- I lay, ar rt will blame void. according 5505 7M IOUTH IRON O U G H Vote Democratic-elect Pres. Johnson
nies. Dwight D. Eisenhower was Situ oIIlc..H I** '"". TRIIT, TALLAHASSCfPLORIDA,
V. W. VILISNIUVIAccountant' (I) MARCILLA A. NULL FLORIDA MILK COMMISSIONIY
In Walter Reed Army Medical at I.....,... at ma Bttilt at Leddltt a, ROBERT LANOLIYVlcaChalrman ]
DIVISION OP PLANT INOUITIIY Hull. Otcnatd Demecrerli Hfchl 120 II lt Ava. M 2-151 (ft. /+>. AlacKy. Ce. Dam C.np. Cawm.)
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/ BY JOE HALBERSTEIN backs; and Steve Bowman, 187, 191 quarterback; Harper, 185;; loose; 18-8 In 1923 In Birmingham
sMr Sun Sport Editor fullback. and Allan Poe. 183 halfbacks;; and 13-6 in 1927 at Mont
TUSCALOOSA, Ala.The na The Tide's defensive team and Dupree, 195'fullback.On gomery. 'Bama won 16-0 in 1911
.!tion's No. 1 football game takes will show with Charlie Stephens defense Florida will lineup at Jacksonville 34-0, 1925
place at Denny Stadium at 3 189; and Mike Hopper. with Lynn Matthews 207; Montgomery. 19-0. 1921, Montgomery .
p.m, (Gainesville time) Satur 184 ends; Jim Simmons. 201; and Barry Brown, 224 ends; 20-0,1930, Gainesville;
day.And and Dan Kearley 22t, tackles; Syd MacLean, 227; and Dennis. 41-0, 1931, Birmingham; 34-28,
there are lots of folki John Sullivan 193 middle Murphy 252, tackles; Bill Rich- 1948, Tuscaloosa; 35-13, 1M9,
I who feel the nation's No. 1 team guard; Creed<< Gilmer 178, sec bourg, 218, middle guard; Rog Gainesville; 41-13, 1950, Jack.
may come out of the contest if ondary guard; Paul Crane, 185; er Pelt. 211; and Jack Card sonville.
the winner stays healthy and and Tim Bates 188 linebackers;1 185, linebackers; Dick Kirk The Gators were to fly to Tuscaloosa
victorious the remainder of the Wayne Trimble, 193; and Mickey ,,187 corner back; Allen Trammel today and will be quart
f season. Andrews, 188, halfbacks; !, 186; and Jerry Newcomer tered at the Stafford Hotel.I a / Vs
Unbeaten Alabama 5-0-0 and and Steve Sloan. 184 safety I 184. halfbacks; and Bruce The team will return to Gaines. k .
4-0-0 in Southeastern Conference ,4
The Galore will go on offense Bennett 171, safety. yule after the game Saturday,
play is host to unbeaten Florida with Randy Jackson 227; and Alabama leads the overall I 1 expected arrival being around
4 0 0 and 1. 0. 0 in 203 ends Jim Bens series five Florida
Casey, ; n, eight games to 9 p.m.
a t the SEC. It's the Tide's Homei 219; and John W h a trey, 228, has won the last two, 30- Radio Station WRUF will
t t ?bge f I i coming and close to 44,000 fans tackles; Larry Beckman, 212; 21 in Tuscaloosa In 1951 and 10- broadcast the game starting at
t! (a record crowd) are expected and Larry Gagner, 238, guards; ( last year Other UF .wins 245: p.m., Gainesville time MUSCULAR! GUARD HILL lUCHDOURQ
Plays Big Role in Gator Forward Wall
to sit in on a titanic battle. I Bill Carr, 213 center; Spurrier. came In 1921, I 2 In Tusca- Saturday.Here's .
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Whereas revenge is the motif ,
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z }\American football for 50 years
;hthe( Gators won in 1963, 104)), How to FigureFloridaAlabama
i fame Is the spur for the invading -
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recognition for a Florida.
n1 HARD-RILNNING ALABAMA FULLBACK football team In 38 years. Ala.
Steve Bowman Puts Punch In Ground Attack bama goes Into the game No. 3 I Here's how to "figure" the Florida-Ala 3292! yards per game Florida Is 2nd,
,In the nation in the Associated bama game Saturday. 3033. _
Press poll No. 2 in United Scoring Florida lib in nation, 1st Scoring: Alabama's David Ray 1st In
Press International Flori d a I In SEC 2... per game. Alabama 10th in nation In points by kicking alone, 31. Jimmy
New Song is rated No. f (AP) and No. 10 nation, 2nd In SEC, 28.2 Hall, Florida. Is 16th on 17 points. Ray Is
(UPI). Defense against scoring Alabama 3rd 7th in nation total with 37 points; Alabama'sJoe l "'
Last year, 'Bama was No. I In nation, allowing only 34 points per Namath Is 8th in nation, 38 points. '
in the nation before the loss to game, lot hi SEC. Florida 4th In SEC, 87. Ray and Namath 1-2 In SEC scorln,. UF
For Gator Florida. The Tide went on to an Pass defense Florida 2nd in nation, leader Is end Charles Casey, Silo In SEC
Ji I 2 season and beat Mississippi 1st In SEC 47.3 yards per game Alabama4th with 21.Pass .
i in the Sugar: Bowl. 'Bama in SEC, 78.5. receiving: Florida's Casey Is lib .
ended No. I In the final polls a Rushing defense Alabama 2nd In In nation, 2nd In SEC, 23 for 322 yards and t
year ago. Florida posted a 431 nation, 1st In SEC, 581 yards per game, 4 Tds. Alabama's Tommy Tolleson Is 24th
t Grid Fans overall mark. Florida 5th In SEC, 1017. In nation, 3rd In SEC, 17 for Ill yards and I.,1m,+".. t
I The game shapes up as Ala Total defense Alabama 1st in nation! 2 IDs l
bama's fierce defense and great and SEC 134.1 per game. Florida 5th In Passing Namath Is 11th In nation,
passing against Florida's over. nation 3rd in SEC, 1490. 2nd In SEC, 31 of 80 for 534 yards and 4
j EN ROUTE TO TUSCALOOSA There will be I lot of Ga all steady running and passing Rushing offense Alabama 1st In SEC, TDs. Florida Steve Spurrier is 6th In SEC
torn in good voice headed Alabama way today and Saturday. game. 1938 per game. Florida Is 4th, 178 O. with 28 of 42 for 337 yards and 4 TDs.
They've got a new song to sing. Tide quarterback Joe Namathis Pawing offense Alabama Is 3rd In SEC, Punting Alabama's Buddy French Is
It was written by Bill Fleming University of Florida alum admittedly one of the finest 1354 yards per game Florida Is 4th, 1251 12th In nation. 4th In SEC with 40 8 average
secretary especially for the occasion. throwers in the nation. The Ga. Total offense Alabama 1st In SEC, Spurrier Is 5th In SEC, 40 3.
Its sung to the tune of "Oh Susanna!" tors will pit the No. 2 aerial defense I FLORIDA HALFBACK ALAN POE
It goes like this: In the country against his Run Hard In Starting_ Hack field'PREVIEW _
Verse: I'm g'wan to Alabama to whip the Crimson Tide, pitches.But -

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I trained all night the day before, featuring fullback Larry D u <, HERE SATURDAY NIGHT
The field was soaking wet; pree and halfback Jack Harper ,
'1 The mud so thick the Big Red slipped, will bump directly into th
And ha-n't recovered yet! nation's toughest overall defense =
1 Chorus: Oh, Bear Bryant, oh don't you cry for me, and second best rushini I Florida FSU Freshmen Clash I
I 'Cause I've come from Alabama with a football victory. barrier. ,
\ t Verse 2: I had dream the other night when everything wasstir Beta Can Score
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\. I thought I saw Big Bear, scorning down the hill. great scoring punch tc By NIS NISSEN .. .._ ;: _" ,d. !fj Injure Tommy Glenn (Jack'sonvllle -
i t i An rh J>hant's tail was In his mouth; a tear was In his eye; date this season, tt would be I I Asilstaat Sports Editor .. Aibaull, ) al fullback
Says Bear I'm beldin'from the South, surprise If Saturday's game U Wonder what's in store for the Beth Ways
Those Gators done ripped my tall! anything but a knock downand Florida Florida State football (gate* Smt SPORTS L Oar.LILr.la, 1911 / The ba<'ks will play both of.
Chorus again.; drag out defensive struggle rivalry !In the next few years? tense and defense, w h 11 e the
The song got Its debut at the Kiwanis! Club meeting earlier Well, you can find out Satur jline will be divided Into t two \
this week. 'Bama Is hale and hearty day night at Florida Field iplalnonii,
ei Pretty clever. My better half with sn eye for rhyme suggested The Gators have a quest 10 n- where a sneak preview Is all The starting offensive 1 line I
a change In the last line something on the order of: mark in tricky runner Harper. lined up.Freshman. debut while the Baby Seminoles In strong-armed Harmon Wage I State. first team and arrordedhonorabl. will be composed of Dob Montgomery -
"I should have settled for a tie."- He bruised a knee against South; squads from the will take the field for the sec- of Jacksonville Lee. mention All Amer (Moultrie, Go) and
All of which brings to mind the slogans, locally, for the Carolina last week and his status two state universities will clash and time. They dropped a 100 Icl.I John llliiby (Gainesville) at
week have been "Tameth Nameth" at the UF and "Censure Is doubtful. If he e a n't t in a 7;30 battle that promises game to the Miami trash two Wages was a double threal t Sounds like last year's freshman ends; tackles Fred Wallace
Central" for Gainesville High. play> Dupree may go to h a I f. excitement and a top flight weeks ago. performer for Lee, picking IndAnother up I,. quarterback, Steve Spur; (Jacksonville Pason) and Paige'
.., No one asked but "Turn the Tide" isn't bad, either. back with former Gainesville I I grade of football. 188 yards on the ground rier of Johnson City Tenn 11.'. CuUllffo (Uirmlniiham Banksli)
Nice Things High star John Felber at full Coach Dave Fuller's Baby standout quarterback 55S more In the air. now doing his tricks for the Big /guards Richard McCarl (Miami
They Say back. Caters will be making their 19M may be on the Gator horizon He was named to the All. Gators Jackson) and Roll In Reedrr

As the Gators go into their big one Saturday, many peopleare Both teams have danger o u s I Wages will have three outstanding (I'alatka) ; and center Herb
saying many nice things. receivers ends Charles Casey runners In the starting' Swaiisun (Dnytuna M Walt Kichefski Miami assistant football coach, spoke to the for the Gators and Tommy Tol-; Braves Seek to Set Aside backfield with him In halfbacks the defensive' 1 line I will
I Daytona Beach Quarterback Club this week. He said leson for the Tide. Casey has Bobby Downs of Winter Haven be souls Bryan J e 11 er I Fort
"Florida Is lough In aB departments. This Is the nest solid grabbed off 23 passes from I and John Gibson of Anderson Lauderdale Stranahan) In dPaul
Gator team ta an the years I've kept op with them. Sophomore his lonesome end post, four for Ind., and f u I lib a e k Wayne Cldwin (Knuxvllle Central
touchdowns. Toueson has pulled'; Court Ordermajor McCall of Oiala. ); tackles Don Giordano l
la 17 two for scores. Restraining Downs was a do all quarterback Arch Bishop Cur ley) and
The Gators' have gotten fin for Winter haven last t Doug Splane (Slranahan): center

aerial work from tandem quarterback By JOE REICHLER league club In 19(8. A 52... by Eugene Grobachmldt, chairman year where he was recognized Doug Bird (Orlando Boone)
Tom Shannon, a lefty; NEW YORK (AP) The 000 Beat itadlum, costing Ill I of the Milwaukee County as All-America. and linebacker. Marty Bray
and Steve Spurrier a r IIC hty. Milwaukee Braves, determined million Is halfway completedand ) I Board, to sue the !league and the Moved lo Halfback (Tampa Rubinson) and Branv
Spurrier has been the more effective .: to move their franchise, wID was expected to be ready. other nine club owners, as well, The jitterbugging Downs, who, !lett.Head
and has thrown all the darts In sn out of the opooni-I ( varsity coach Ray
order for the If
seek to set aside a court Braves next April approval was given
touchdown passes. this to lion's grasp, was switched to Graves also played his I high
"We're to
that blocked their Initial efforts This possibility did not appearto ready carry
Weight Edge halfbatk In the state All Star school hall al Knoxville Cin-
to play! in Atlanta next year. weigh heavily either on the the Supreme Court, If nee,.
Steve Sporrier, la my ....., will be eve ef' the Ba The Colors will have a size- The Braves' board of directors Braves or National League siry." Rice said. game 'last August and responded trot, where Eldnon halls
he's three *." able weight advantage over the to earn Most Valuable Flu Backs
tten's greatest ejaarterbacks by she time all set to ask for National President Warren Giles, who There's only one way In
Jim Corbel; LSU athletic director, spoke to the Knoxville Tide. But 'Bama's forte Is speed wag Thursday :said the league had empowered which our contract with the Player honors I FSU will start a backfield
Quarterback1 Club Monday.. He said: and agility and weight has been League approval to do I him to call another special I Braves would go out the window Gibson Is the team's speed composed of quarlerbot R111Burkhart. I 1 I
but unable so
"The Atabasn Florida wbuer CM start eteartog I spot no puzzle to teams coached by was I meeting as soon as the Braves ," Grobschmldt added. merchant having been clocked halfbacks Chunk El-
to Hs trophy case for the big SEC award. Paull(Bear) Bryant since he returned because of the temporary restraining 'were free to move. "This is If we were assured of In 18 for the Ito-yard dash. i Bolt and Mike Blatt and fullback -
of to his alma mater order awarded to the The second team bark tt e I d Ron
"LSU Isn't really a contender. Our role will be that a "I anticipate another league another club coming to Milwaukee Mercer
speller" (Editor's note: Some spoiler!). "Bama has pointed for this Milwaukee County Commissionby I meeting as soon as the restraining and we made an agreementwith will consist of David McIntosh The line will consist of end
game almost! from the day after a Wisconsin Circuit Court t West Palm froth: Cardinal Jack Frnwlth and Line Srn-
More VF-LSU order is lifted which them to play in County
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on last year's setback the only As a consequence, the league Newman) at quarterback, net, tackles Mike Donnhue andflan
ihould be be said. Stadium next .
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Corbett! told more about the LSU Florida game postponeduntil contest a Tide team has lust at decided at a special meeting .to I soon, of Tom llunerbuhlr North MiamI Cllrrn, guards Jimmy I
Dec. 5. because of Hurricane Hilda.. Said Corbett: home in Bryant's tenure. delay any vote of approval until Another reason the league said a couple ) and Richard! Trapp Hauls and Carte McNeil and
Florida wanted to call it off before I did. They wanted to The Tide will open with an offensive the club Is free legally to leave 1 delayed its vote which had ev teams were Interested In moving f Brodenbm Manatee) at half- center Wayne Walther.
save a wasted trip by air. I told Coach Ray Graves and the team composed of Toi- Wisconsin.The I ery aspect of !being In favor of to Milwaukee. If the Braves bar ks and Wayne liarfleld Bud Manning, son of Alac'hue
Gators to come on. They flew to Jackson, Miss., waited for leson 1M; and Wayne Cook county bases Hs ease on a I the move, was the threat made moved out 1 Albany, Ca: ) at lull back. county saperintendenl of
the final word and finally had to go back home. LSU paid 190, ends; Ron Durby. 187; and breach of contract since the Running In the third team schools E. D. Manning Jr., will
the travel tab a little item of ".000." Frank McClendon 213. tackles; Braves' pact provide that the Celtics Back the backfield! will he Gerald Branv' play for the Baby Seminoles at
And here's the latest Doug Dickey story. Ken Mitchell, 119; and Wayne club perform at County Stadium at Top let (WlldwW at qiiarternork, the halfback pmlUm
Tennessee's band was playing near the end of halftlme !intermission Freeman, 192. guards; sad In Milwaukee M IMS. f) ,hhy Morgan. (KuHlist and Manning performed for
last Saturday as Alabama led the Vols 1M. Gaylon McCollough, 204, center William Bartholomay, chairman Of Basketball fohn WoodwardOrlanda' Co-' n.IMnllle! Illiih and B a y I o r
Dickey s4 hk learn came back M the fit.... tad director Namath. 191 will be at quarterback of the Braves' board ofdirectors Standings !Mall al halfbacks and oft..Prep! before a sllnt In the Navy.
Jay Jeltoa looked down at the termer Gator player aid with Hudson Harris, 1M; acknowledged the .
said. -Waal .. I* ml it short and lei I'"''" and David Ray 184, half- was' a tempo-1!I By THE ASSOCIATED raw;!I world champs had blown a I IS-\
Dickey said. Naw, Jay go ahead and finish your song. legal maneuver Let baseball have Us lightpennant point lead ta the tail period
but expressed
better than racy setback I races. The Boston Clio Reggie Hardfai's Ihree-polnler
You're playing we ar. win be able I
club
confidence the tic*, who "believe la doing thugs with 91 second left tied the score i
Caught on the Run Weather to show cause before Circuit t fee easy way, are all alone atop I land set ap Jones/ winning shot iI
With college football half over for W4. only 17 teams remain Court Judge Ronald Dnocher he National Basketball Asa ; Al usual the Boston attack I
unbeaten and six: of those are "fringe" major clubs Ideal For ant Tuesday why H should be rlaUot's Eastern DhrMosi today was welt-balanced. Jones scored 2- 21't.IHICKORY::: I Ii

Leading the list art Alabama Arkansas Nebraska Florida Game permitted to leave Milwaukee. liter only one week of play. 23 points John Havticek added
State. Georgia Tech, Wyoming and VuTanova. aH 54. At Mare Big "We feel confident we will be Of coarse, "'1 not I very big 17 tad BID RusfcO", Tom San.i !
Florida Ohio State. Notre Dame and LSU. The ethers TUSCALOOSA Ala.-Here'l able to present a M of determining (ad yet. But the Critics den and K. C. Jones bad II I .
Bowling Green Vermont, Morehead Princeton, Temple and the weather not for the Florida factors which nuke Mil shooting for their seventh apiece. Detroit's Ray Scott took'. I I'I
Wofford 0 Alabama has not hot a Homecoming game since: Alabama game Sal or- Imperative for u* to mote the itraignl VM championship, game honors with 27. II
Paul Bryant became Tide coach. Wins have been ever Georgia day. club." be Slid.It .Dade II two victories la a row Philadelphia'" Baltimore's' I
I d, Houston ((3/,, Mississippi State ((80). State It will be cloudy with ten MI our firm belief that webane ,,nwrsday Bight with a 1HWrtumph big Walt Bellamy to a megtr
again (81), Miami (C). and State last year (83). The LT.Tide peratarw 1 ss the high to', or exhausted every posotbleLsneans ever Detroit lour potato, while DIll Otl and,
game was not Homecoming far '.... last year a Keta to I low N'a. :Me rasa is forecastTueealoosa to keep the franchise to1Milwaukee. 'la the eecoMf ofiMbUoeaV the I CM JoasMM chipped to trstk fl 1
Walter Harris Morteg Thanks for your Merest bat lilt bas rhll 1 Jr / ." game I each, and Baflsr. ItoMtl added
apace does not permit lengthy selection chart such as yours this week. EarlyOII1III'I At Tuesday's baring lit 1mwaubt. al nuiadetohto, n..1
the Baltimore Bullets turned
.". Former Cater Benue Parrtsh getting here treatment (orh'S temperatures have been I lathe It will W ..wI beck >> ta M..HalCreer.. .......... top
the Men, ever-
TD interception runback against Dallas last week Bern mid .'.. A/terneeas whether aa kijunctfcs shall! be;' lone OU marknw with 111 ..... ..
WIll guard Giants' Del Shofner this Sunday. Pamsfe picks have ben .to the high 5trs granted against the propoted.t MM tat .... h* .,.
Bobby Joe Conrad of St. Louis Cards as man who gives him and low Ws but a warming love. I film. Jbeatwr with a gel cal Out. .* Ku,. ...1
moot difficulty. Bernie !boUe two Brawns' record a I2.yardbuercepuon trend to expected to produce i iI Should aa hjunrtwe begrantld. Sam Joejea atari hmp shot regatoltosi. tae at UMJLDaw
rurback against Bear In 1988 and tine in one near perfect day for the it would be a severe blew toll,.th 31 seconds left carried Dan Cambee added 28 points,AMXJUCAV MOST MAONIflCKNT SOUSipy4
iasM apart Dallas M 1ML game Saturday. I AUaata'a hopes of.having a;UUo: to victory alter .the te the ... ( ..raw...sees a..rr owe.oobtea


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named Tennessee's back of shining star in the last outing Eugene Branch has come
Assistant Sports Editor I the week on one occasion directs I-a SMI win over Tallahassee along fast lately and will share
The best of Tennessee prep, the offense from his quar- Leon then Florida's eighth the fullback' duties with Al Sim
football comes to Iowa tonight terback position. ;ranked team. mons.
for a taste of Florida competition He'll be joined by hard-run- Giffen a rugged 6 4, 225- Heading the line play will
'ning fullback Phil Lewis and pound .senior was hobbled with be ends David Crown and Bob-
At least the Roberts Ratings halfbacks Eddie Hudson and a leg Injury against Leon, but by Roundtree guards Jerry
put out by the Chattanooga BiD Harless. I he still smashed over the defenders Grier and Chris Gwln tackles
Times, lists Chattanooga Central Lewis provides the muscleIn for consistent yardage. Kenny Mack and Pete Enwall
as Tennessee's No. 1 high the backfield and Hudson He's well now and ready to and center Kim Helton.
school grid team. and Harless are threats In the pick up where he left off.

The invaders also will find opeq field.Leading. I Palled Muscle WlnlaNHORSE
the opposition of high caliber the line is captain The other halfback will be SHOW
Purple Max Smith who manned by either swift Brian
h when Gainesville High's consistently laIn ATTHI
Hurricanes trot onto Citizens on about half of Central's Hipp or Mike Gibson. Hipp has II TAYLOR RANCHs.
Field turf at I o'clock. tackles. He was named the been the starter but current
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41. A4 AM The H u rrlcanes state's top lineman fOIlOWIn"I''ly Is slowed up with a pulled II ,w N,WIHMMI Oct.. 21 M u.s t a u
'0 ry +41n+ are one of his thigh muscle.

rested, after Standout Ends
a week'slayoff LIFE TIMEMUFFLERS
and Ends John Edge and Chris
M are In the best McNutt also stand up front,
physical shape both as pass receivers and
since the season hard-nosed defensive players.The NON TRANSFERABLE
opener. Hurricanes, who sport a INSTANT CREDIT To Holders of Not. Credit Cards
I 2-2 record will bank on the alV
d'p-- r _'lr ,j"',,_ And the fact around play of Junior quarter.
I HALFBACK BRIAN HIPP (L) AND END BOBBY ROUNDTREE SPARKS ON OFFENSE that it's GHS Nbwn back Jackie Eckdahl and the GAS WELL
I Should Play Big Parts for G alneavllle Tonight Against Central homecoming puts the spirit slashing runs of halfback Al
II high as that proverbial !kite. Giffen.
,Central brings a 4-1-1 record Eckdahl has
SCORE 73-59 VICTORY I Into battle, not having been defeated each game and Improved emerged as with a 114 N.W, 13th St. Pheae 372.1489
since the opening 14-12
loss to powerful Tullahoma.The .
Pounders 'sport the same COME DOWN TO WIDE-TRACK TOWN AND SAVE

I i U.S. Cagers Rip Russia beefy fense that line usually and wide carries. open themto of.

the top of the state heap. 1
I The backfield la well rounded 1i
By TED SMITS ketball gold and one by heavyweight -but came on the day that the Judo defeating Japan's AkiaKamlnaga and has produced different 1I i
Associated Press Sports Writer boxer Joe Frailer oj t r Russians made their greatest and breaking Japan's i star in each of the first
TOKYO (AP) A silk- Philadelphia for a total of M,. harvest of medals. domInaUonofth.evenL six games. I

smooth Inspired United States The only event on the final 1 I U Each Henri Charmartln of Switzerland Larry Shelley who was I
basketball team stung by widespread -day of games, Saturday II I With several events yet to go. won the Individual dressage ,
speculation that Its equestrian grand prix jumping, Including the basketball final With 1,504 points. Just one (I I
Olympic dominance was at an Neither Russia nor the Unite I between the two team titans, more than Harry Boldt of Ger High School
end crushed Russia 73-59 today States Is expected to SCOT! the Russians had S8 medals and many. Filatov was third with 1- i
and won the gold medal for the heavily.The the United States the same. 481. Grid ScoresCoral
sixth straight time. Americans went throuhelht The Russian gymnasts had India beat Pakistan 1-0 and
The Soviets however grabbing games without major, picked up five medals including won the gold medal In field Gables 27 Miami Palmetall I

off boxing and gymnastic difficulty but the reports persisted -one gold and the boxers three, hockey. Pakistan was second season with a twisted angle 'THE LUXURY OF WIDE TRACK PONTIAC ((64 MODELS) CAN
't medals at a p.11-mel! rate overtook Russia also won .llht! t including one gold. Four other and Australia third. Hialeah 7 Miami Jackson 6 I
the United States In the straight and was believed to be Russian fighters had yet to goon Hungary defeated Czechoslovakia Miami Edison IS Pensacola 0 BE YOURS AT SAVINGS UP TO
total medals tabulation on this stronger than ever and each was assured of 2-1 and took the soccer Miami Norland 21 Fort Lauderdale
last full day of compeltlon In The Americans dispelled that winning either a silver or gold championship. Czechoslovakia Stranahan I
the lath modern Olympics and myth with a burst In the closing: medal. I was second and Germany third.
were assured of once again minutes of be first half taking The United Sstateshad only
dominating the Games. I a :J9.31lead at Intermission. Th I one fighter In the finals, heavyweight
The Russian gymnasts col,momentum continued: in the: Joe Frazier of Philadel Rebels TravelTo $120000
lected five medals including first five minutes of the second I phia.
one gold and the boxers added half when the Americans took The Russians moreover are ,
seven more. In all, the Russians a 49-35 lead. all but certain of surpassing the i
added 17 pieces of Olympic That did It. The United State i U,S. medal total since they have Fernandina
hardware to their collection for coasted In from there; strong entrants In the other four
a total of 94. The triumph was one of the'gymnastic events scheduled I ,
The United States, mean- sweetest of the 14-day run of thE: tonight. The United States Is not' ''I
while, got only two-the bas Games for the United States,, expected to score. I FERNANDINA B E A C H- fought to a M draw with P. K.I DISCOUNT!
Santa Fe's Rebels bring a fine Yonge earlier In the season.
The key medals for the Soviets t-1 football record here tonightfor Santa Fe will be without the
MM'W I wife picked up by Tame a battle with a strong Fer- services of standout guard
W.I. Manlna and will Latynlna, andlna Beach Pirate eleven. Jim Forrester who Injured his
Prices Zoom who finished second and thin Santa Fa Coach Charlie Robert back last week against GreenCove TRUE There are only a few But the ono that will please
behind Czechoslovakia's Vera 1
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Caslavska. In the women's, balance one for lists the this Rebels.Fernandlna game. as a big senior Springs.will be out for the pound re, you may bo ono of thorn Come in and too .


I For Tickets gold Earlier medal beam, Russia in exercise.sabre had team taken fencing the- Iscclenny, 7-8 Beach last week defeated, and pound malnder Doyle senior Slkes of the leads a season.bruising the Rebels 192-- I r-COMPANY CARS 1 I NEW 64'1 I

and in men's volleyball, both offensively and defensively. 2 Bonnovillo
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champion Sergey Filatov rode fense, where he Is the team's I-Bonnovillo 4 dr. Hardtop 1-Custom Tempest
i .. Absent to a third-place finish In FavoredMIAMI second leading rusher and Station
individual dressage )in the switches to tackle on the defensive 1-Custom Tempest 4 dr. Wagon
By KELSO STURGEON 'choice to end Vanderbllt's winning equestrian competition. unitHe
Associated Press Sports Writer sumac ai two games DominatedThe (AP) The Indiana belted for 120 yards on 12 1-Tempest Sta. Wagon
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Folks down In Alabama are Coach Johnny Vaught of Ole Russians who trailed all Hoosiers' Invading Florida for carriers against Green Cove to
taking Saturday's football game Miss says he knows he has the the way In the medal count In the first tune, tangle tonight,lead the Santa Fa ball carriers. EXTRA SPECI l- NEW 1964 MG MIDGET I
with Florida seriously-so seriously -I material for a great team and these Games have dominatedthe with a hungry Miami football 'Trigger Hodge, a rugged 200
In fact that you'll have to I he's hoping It will jell against last two Olympics, beating team which has one of the best wunder, teams with Sikes at
pay better than 1100 to get a the Commodores. the United States In total medals records In the country againstthe tackle to give the Rebels one
ticket If you're lucky enough to Mississippi State which los 98-74 In the 18M Games I In Big Ten.Indiana of the area's most formidable Above Con All With
find with for sale. its first three games-two of NEW CAR WARRANTY
a scalper one la a seven-point favor
Melbourne and In the
them to heartbreskers-lo favored 103-71 19M I
That's the average going Games In Rome. te, as Big Ten teams Invariably .
to win Its third
price for what few duckats the I straight Only the first time the Russians are when they come hero defenses.WHAT
when It takes the field ALL WITH LICENSE
get rich quick set still have I Houston. against took part In the Olympics But Miami has com off with t ; D AL! TAGS-Reody To Go
available for the clash Saturday victories In 10 with;
I Tulane, winless and frustrated In Helsinki In 1952 were they :seven games
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afternoon at Tuscaloosa. Of la a big underdog to Georgia beaten 78-89 by the United Big Tea members. I
course you'll not find the folks States. The Hurricanes have won two Hooting OilABSOLUTELY
Tech but Coach II I
Tommy I TO IE SOLD ON A
selling these things at ticket
O'Boyle promises the Green The United States has led from Michigan State one from FREE I FIRST COME-FIRST
booths. You'll have to beat the these Games almost from the Iowa, three out of four from
Wave will come out fighting: Ivtty TiMtfey wed Pri by SERVE BASIS
bushes to find them. I Tulane hasn't beaten Tech since tart and had an edge of Ia-77 Purdue, one of two with Northwester
For the real football fan, the 1949. going Into this last full day of :, and lost ono to Wlsoniln. -i YEP 'I''

Alabama-Florida game may be Auburn with quarterback competition. From the start, J. A.k '..A Lsskv. 'I
worth even more than that although Jimmy Sidle back In the lineup however, It was known that the But the record Isn't the reason NmtkwStMMrAlAinGUI' I
few will pay that price and regaining his form after Americans would have to bull 'why Coach Phil Dickens. of the I IIRVICI STATION
to see It. This Southeastern Con- rough shoulder Injuries, I Is a pro. a huge lead to offset the expected Hoosiers la taking tonight's ly-Cwt...,
I ference contest puts two unbeaten hlbltive favorite to whip South- fast finish of the Russia ,fame very seriously. I OfSPAIN'S 1962
evenly matched powers on ern Mississippi which was unbeaten ymnaitj. "We're Impressed by Mami'sdefense ik CHEV. Impala 1964 GMC Carryall 1961 Rambler
the field In a game which should until it ran Into Missis- The Russian gymnasts won 15 ," Dickens said, "and I : :., ,,:.-.. ,.nl =.:",:... Low mllM rMM, kMtor. MWOflo.
I match ever played In the I (HnJ ', ..r.,., v, 1* .-.p.. .... .rMK AI' _III..... ..ll __. .
any sppl State's regrouped forces medals five of them gold In the 'they're coming by leaps and Gulf Hoot iv MN Ii' ess.i.. NN 'any NMI ...,... e "4" *'-lt ,..... -Mtanullc- re IreMX 1111I
South.In last week and came away a 49.71,960 Olympic Games at Rome?. 1 bounds on offense now. It basthe PHONE Price SAAAP c...
other SEC games Saturday loser. 'and have 12 so far. look of a team which has 376-3777 I NOW 1895 Over $4200. 477J '
nationally ranked and unbeaten The United States however, lust Jelled." ,I .4 N NOW 995
Louisiana Stale hosts Tennessee appeared to be too far ahead Inlaid
Kentucky meets Georgia at Florida A&M medals to be caught 34-34 1961 Dodge YOUR CHOICE

Athens and Mississippi meets In I With the majority of the program =CHAIN LINK== .. ..,,.u H...,.. LaN w ignr00 1961 CHEV. 'Impale
Vanderbilt at Nashville.Nonconference Big Game .. .
scheduled at night, these '
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Auburn and Southern games Mississippi TALLAHASSEE (APCoachJake ) I were The the Netherlands'early results huge: Anton HURRICANE w -,- 1954 CHEVROLET =..:.".: =:::- .- .
Gaither today tabbed Flor- I A tool. Ben s 4 M.1,,, WMI.
at Auburn Mississippi State Geeslnk won the open class In 995
and Houston at Starkville and ida A and M's Saturday afternoon I At sly 1954 FORD NOWs169S
with Tennessee Stateas 4 5. VI wlk .rti.
Tulane and Georgia Tech at At- game I FENCE
lanta. "the biggest this year." PROPANE '
LSU has made It through the The Rattlers with three wins 1963 MG'1100' USED TRUCKS 1962
tint four games without a loss and no losses will be out to I Protect AsicJ Low -...... Eat wN. hoe ..... VW 2 Dr.
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the tint time this has happened avenge a defeat. The Tigers I CIs .c.... Ir"'- .w ri "- .4 "41 fOKB H fMmi -l.cN..._... N'_-w,,_-..'Mil. I.e
since 1959, and Is a solid favorite edged them 14-12 last year In I Economy Polo icoMotiNmi
to add Tennessee to Its list of Nashville. HOTTU THAN 1395 CMIV. H *. Second Cor '
They also will be I NAWAl OAS SoocM less CMIV. 2 tan Spocfel JZTJ
victims before a regional television !- out to reserve -
audience. a tradition. They haven't Cook fir Hoof Water
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year the Volunteers snapped Bobby Felts, would get Into FR 6-5110 BANK RATE FINANCING TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS
LSU's II game winning streak action. Felts bas been sidelined: I
by edging the Tigers 1413. fill lnferwMtlo 6 EsHsnotoa
Kentucky fighting to keep Its Yea, QMUry Got Our Pricoofoio TROPICAL PONTIAC
slim title hopes alive, la I touchdown Doc.Wo- iMmodioto I...........
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Guestperts Sunperts' PALATKA-Starke's unbeaten -will be quarterback Phil Elder, as, guards Bob Reaves and

, Tornadoes Journey here tonight halfbacks Dwight Elder and I Leon Thomas and center Butch_
to renew a rivalry with Larry Crawford and fullback I

Agree; Gators to Win lIi1: always The Tornadoes. rugged Palatka.bad an open Mickey Phil Elder Agner.and Agner have Redding.Palatka rests 'Its offensive I

date last week to rest up and been the sparks thus far with load on the sturdy shoulders of

By JOE HALBERSTEIN And recuperate from Injuries received their outstanding running.The halfback Bin Perry. The 160- ,
It's the Caters over 'Ba- Hoosiers as does yours truly
In the first four games likely for broke
Sun .I.rtiniline pound whiz loose for a
Sports Editor
ma by a 5-1 vote. Only Bounds Robbins, Nis Nissen and Bennj "
Starke has reeled oft
successive Starke will be ends
Eddie 40 yard touchdown scamperfor
Caning all Good Caters! fears the Tide will wash over Cason string along with th
Calling all Good Gators! the Gators Saturday. Hurricanes. av victories over Macclenny,I Douglas and Gene Pass, tackles the Braves' lone score I
It's Florida Santa Fe St. Augustine and Jeff Warren and Tommy Thom against Gainesville I ) High.
vs. Alabama Saturday There's lots of' _
, agreementthis Georgia gets a 4-J edge ove r Jacksonville Bishop Kenny.
for high national rankingand week. It's unanimous that Kentucky. Only Richards amthis Leading the Tornado offense
the Southeastern Confer Florida State will continue unbeaten writer think the Wildcatare t TRY BIG GAME HUNTER'S TRICK

ence football leadership. : against Virginia Tech, due to win one after one New Shipment Hoe Arrived

With that In mind, the Ga Georgia Tech likewise over sided losses to FSU and LSU Wright Tops Just In Tim' for Fell Cooking _
tors need all the helping hands Tulane and Louisiana State, The others go with the Boll I
they can geL So what bet let'ditto over Tennessee. Also, dogs. SAFARI GRILL

than more "Gators?", Mississippi gets a M nod over There's one other loner. UCWL,579 I
This week's Guestperts represent Vanderbilt and Auburn over Richards feels Mlssisstssippl .

local business firms, Mississippi Southern. State Is going to stumbk Phyllis Wright topped the I COOKS WITH NEWSPAPERS ONLY!
Bill Bounds of Gator Recapping There's one game that 11.deadheat a against Houston. No one cist University City I Women's
: Rowland Richards, Gator no agreement. does. League with a fine 571 score at'I
Marine: and Irvin Rob- That's Indiana and Miami. All together now. Go Caters Palm Lanes. She had games of No Charcoal or

bins, Cator Shop. Bounds and Richards like the U 204 207. Yvonne Soper I Lighter Fluid

had a 214 high game as 11 oth-! Needed

GUESTPERTS VS. SUNPERTS er women broke the 500 bar I No Waiting To

er.Gwen Cook
Dulaney had a 541 .1

Settle Sprow 545; Jerry Stuart, Clean

.! 541; Ann Marchak, 532; Trudie I Charcoal

Fe.ther. 519; Yvonne Soper, Flavor

This Week's U 41 513; Nonlt Cram 506; Irene o

Games 111 d iJ ii KIrby, 501, 503; Sortie; Charlotte Redden Culpepper 500,- ONLY 1 095

+aitSTARKE
and Mary Rolfe, SOU.
Florida TACKLE TOMMY THOMAS Team No. 17 had a J89J set This emeilno, now grill broils stocks, chops. kern
Alabama Alabama -FlorIda -Florida -Florida -Florida -Florida Standout on Offense and Defense and Tasslnarl'i had) 1017 best u".,., hot Jogs ANYTHING, In MINUTES .

Flu game. Splits were made b'I mine, only ......,.. for flood (you're holding. the
VPI Flu Flu rsu FSU nu rsu Jerry Guenther, 54; Rita I fuel .In your head right now!).

Miami - --FULLBACKTEST Welsh, 4 7 10; Edna Mar- Collapsible folds' Into I..' ewn 12"i7" corrylnfcose.
The Seforl Grill ossembles In 30 seconds .
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Indiaaa indiana Indian MIamI Indiana Miami MIami grove, 5-7; Estelle Tllghmin,
- perfect for bockyord or beech campsite or pool. .
5-7
5-7
Aabara ; Shirley Steger, ; Becky onywhere, onytirnel
So. Miss. A.banI Aabara Aobera Auburn Aaban Ashen Juskk, 5-7 and "5.
i IN MACCLENNY Flo Wooter of Gainesville' Moll Orders-Add SOc for PestoioFfeEE
Tulane Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Sun the
GearIa Tech Tech Tick Tech Tech Tech Tech topped Plntoppera loop.with .
II
1M 152 187 m. Ann
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Kentucky MACCLENNY- should be V. C. Hodson, center Will Harrison, Fred Mason had 471 I3f1IRJ) ..er.es asses

Georgia Georgia -Entlac" -Georgia -Kentucky -Georgia -Georgia a battle of fullbacks here tonight Walkup and ends Dan Dennison and Lucille FusseU, Mary Car
LSU and Covey Johnston. let Paints, 470. Corrie Hayes of, 44tz C
when P. K. sends )
Tennessee LSU LSU LSU 1SU 1SU ISUMiss. Yonge Combined Insurance bad a 173 ill NttJIIN!
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standout Tom Hansen against
State Hila. Miss Miss. Mbs. Miss, top game.
Hoa.to8 Slate BoutOll scale State State Stale Macclenny ace Jimmy Yarborough Local RiderIn Gainesville Sun had a 2273 I.ties I J[ FORKING ON TOWER LOT

In a football contest and a 794 high game.
Mi..lnlppl Ole Ole Ole -me ON -c>r

Vanderbilt Miss Mill Mill Miss Mill Mill Hansen, a hard I'IIMInI75 Georgia .
pounder has been PKY's offen-
Consensus: Florida, Florida State, Indiana-Miami tossup; Auburn, Georgia Tech Georgia, alve threat In the first fly

LSU, Mississippi State Mississippi. games. He has plunged through Race
I Consensus last week: Eight right none wrong, one tie. For season: 32 right eight wrong he line on 95 occasions and Cycle
two ties, one
tossup.
picked 449 yards for a 47 small
Guestperts last week: Mike Coullias, M-l: Paul Thames 71.1; Rex T.ckett11; Sun- up SAVANNAH. Ga. Gaines

perts: Nis Nlssen M-l; Joe Halberstein 7-1-1; Benny Cason, 711. Sunperts for season: yard average. ville's George "Jeep" Treaster

I Halberstein 354-2; Cason, 334-2; Hisses, :334-1 Yarborough, a 115 pound will be one of the favorites In
Sunperts lead Guestperts, 102-95. Junior, Is a hard runner who the 250cc class near here Sunday

also Is billed as a breakaway In a motorcycle race on the wonder !
I'' threat. Savannah. Effrlngham Race-

Turnout Yarborough will be joined In way.Treaster IdUfll.ltiHiHI
Large Expected has been racing for
( the Macclenny backfield b'I $115915.
seven years and Is a two-time
quarterback Richard Hodge
y and halfbacks Ronnie Crews winner of the Florida State .$...1515C.I.NW......Ills..........-.............
For Colt-Lion EncounterBy Road Racing championship. He ,
,1 and Wayne Rhoden. won his last race In Savannahon OVER 33 MI' PER GALLON 5-lTMt .< 50,000 MILE' WARRANTY

, Hodge Is a lefthander who I April! 9, 1964 where he also

HERSCHEL"NBSENSON ed only 71 points, by far the best Don Meredith-has a wealth oflifted throws from a pro type formation was fastest qualifier and set a I CHRYSLER'S 1965 SMCAHawesPowers

Associated Press Writer mark in the circuit. Detroit hasa receivers. That should and Crews Is known for track record.Treaster .

More than 50000 fans will -1-1 record so the winner will make It an Interesting afternoonfor his breakway ability. Is sponsored by Bill

pack Detroit's Tiger Stadium be an alone atop the west. the Cards' defense Mickey Wells a beefy 250- Martin of Martin Motorcycle Motor Co.Simca

Sunday to discover what happens Milt( Plum will have to go the headed by Pat Fischer pass who 11tied pounder, leads the Wildcat line Co., Fort Lauderdale. .
when an Irresistible force route at quarterback for the Other Florida riders '
hat also Includes 220 pound top com
for the individual
the Baltimore Colts meetsan Lions. Earl Morrall who had Intercep- Wendell Dugger. peting Sunday will be George Plymouth Chrysler Imperial and Valiant
1 Ion lead with
Immovable object the Just about won the No. 1 Job, touchdowns. five Includingtwo Adamac and Sonny Gager, both SALES and SERVICE
Detroit LIon broke his collarbone last week. Hansen will have backfield I of Jacksonville: Mark Hi/wo
If anything happens to Plum, Los Angeles and Green Baywill support from quarterback Tom I man, Daytona Beach; and Dexter Wt Will Not la Undersold or Out-Tred.d.
The game is for first place In be trying to stave virtual
flanker back Terry Barr has Dobson and halfbacks Steve
I Campbell, state heavyweight
Football the Western
the National League'sWestern elimination from
been prepped to take over. Colt Tuttle and Merell Tyre for the I champ from Orlando. OPEN EVENINGS
Conference and high- race. The loser win be hard-
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fullback Jerry Hill, who sat out Blue Wave.Heading
lights full sched pressed to make ground The race will draw riders
a seven-game up on
last week's victory over Green 204 N. Main Street Phone FR 2.2561
ule. the leaden with half the season the PKY line will be I from Key West, Fla, to North
doubtful with knee
Bay, Is still a
over tackle Steve Twedell, guard Carolina.
The Colts have won five injury.

straight since an opening game Other games find Dallas ((141at
defeat and are the only team In St Louis ( -I.1)), New York

the league with more than 200 (1-4-1) at Cleveland ((4-M),
points 203 to be exact The Philadelphia ((3-3) at Pittsburgh

high-powered offense Is keyed to (3-3)), Minnesota ((3-3) at San

quarterback Johnny Unltas, the Francisco (3-4), Chicago ((2-4) at
NFL's top passer, and halfback Washington (1-5) and Los Angeles -
II Lenny Moore, the scoring leader ((3-2-1) vs. Green Bay (2-3)) UofF ..

with 60 points. at Milwaukee.The American. Football

The Lions, on the other hand,
League has an eight teams inaction
10th In but
are only scoring
over the weekend. Kansas
their staunch defense has yield- City ((2-3) to at Boston (.1.

1)) tonight while New York (3-1-

1) plays at Buffalo (1-0) Saturday
Bowling night The Bills are the only

unbeaten team In pro football
Sunday San Diego ((2-2-1) ta BABY GATORS

Standings at Houston (2-4) at Denver (1-1))

is at Oakland (841).
meat OWL
CS.Mw'o I The NTL's Eastern: co-lead

OaM CM MMN* .... IS II N 11 ers, Cleveland and St Louis,1
....... 555. aurr/5S N 1' have borne games against also-
II l'
1.1raus.n
mrs-s sew la 11Cw.M rans who could bust loose on

'iT,i..OfScci .W. :1i: :is: any given Sunday.
*MM* i PlH '> I The Browns face their arch- vs
P.rtl LOT* COTMKl* I) N ,114'
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SuMly ..... MMUH 11 I
champs would like nothing bet-'

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era, ,1.,1 II ,... L.M So Y 1 Ar.Iy' every week, Y. A.Tittle' about I
IO,1C. L due for a big game. And for lilt'

pnrrom.auPrM W aM first time hi years Jimmy i FSU FRESHMENAT

a wS15M It I Brown can fact the Giants without -I
MIII1WilWIt II N having to worry about his
awl Malls c.. I1 11A&wa.lallr
17 11 old nemesis lam Haft
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Men C PiMti II 11Cs
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YNv5IMTCSTY woesel LsNY.w. Dwight Hunter was elected
lTwN.V president of the Gainesville Gun
SAT. 7:30 P.
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:: Club Thursday night at the annual ,
Ge. C.M Il 11

115',,.. .'..MGM'.'. II B II II 11SW 15TI HC. Other election officers of elected officers.were J.I'. t.

II n A. Jones h.. vice president;
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Moor awr_ LN11, Kemeth Cibba, secretary-trees- I
._ II MSWs and Charles Richardson
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bra aw..1. 11 M. Dr. George Hurff. Join A.
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.- 11 I1 Uurpbree Jr. and Pat Padgett,
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,_-1sew.. n Ie_II. the Nov. 7 shoot sold Jaa 11 ; II I
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GUChri County FARM lf' Pretty Fancy PosiesBy Soil Samples i

Next Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. al

HERVEY SHARPE University of Florida age such' as Maidenhair fern :Santa Fe High School, area I
Agent & GARDEN Agricultural Extension As the first step In this project -dilute Javelle water with one- farmers will have an opportunity
Service remove the green or natural fourth volume of water. For to clear up many production Alachua
JIa ,......... Plants and ladles have the! color of the foliage selected most other leaves bleach In one- problems relating to soil testing, .
same hablts-both give their, by Immersing It In Javellewater. to-one Javelle-water solution. when and how often to use hi- '
tresses I color treatment tot To make this solution, Bleaching requires up to 12 calcic limestone or dolomite on (:ounty )
Take Soil Samples added beauty. mix four pounds of sodium car- hours depending on the foliage. the soils of our area.J. .
House Plants
So, If your ornamentals are Umato with one gallon of water After bleaching, wash plant R. Henderson, Ext erosion Agent
not following the latest fall 1 and boil 10 minutes To this material thoroughly in running 'agronomist, has tabulated all j
Need To Plan for vogue, get them In a glamorous add one pound of chloride off water. the soil samples taken In our
LimingFALL .......
Special I I mood by coloring some lime. Then cool the solution Next, dye foliage the desired 'area during the past year and carton i,
I their leaves. and strain. color. The dye solution should will. report the results at the at 9 t\
Registration begins a.m.,
Soil MixThe I IS THE DIME of year I Fern, Calax magnolia, oak, CAUTION: Use glass, wooden be warm but not boiling,' After meeting.Bob Saturday, Nov. 14, In McCarty '
to take soil samples on your maple, pine and other plant or enameled containers as dyeing, wash foliage to re- Woodward of Dolom I 11 e of
Auditorium. the
farm With toll samples taken materials can be used for the this solution la very corrosive. move excess dye. Now, soak Products Co., Ocala, will furnish available Copies from program
right planting media Is now you can better plan your 14-Ivy coloring and preserving proj- Also, protect your hands and dyed foliage for 30 minutes to refreshments for the meeting are our
office In the Beagle Building.
'.pecIaDylmportant to house liming and fertilizer program ect, suggests Dr. E. W. McEl- clothing one hour in a five per cent : so have an early supperand
)lanta. Unlike their outdoor rel- I Liming materials to be ef. wee, head of the ornamental For leaves high In tannin glycerin solution Remove plan to be with us. This I h r Ie new circulars are i'i'T I
i: ttlves who can stretch the It fectlve In the spring should be (:nowayArent horticulture department at the!! such as oak- or delicate foil- dyed material from glycerin. meetings Is designed to take the available from our office-Cir
'> roots almost at will, houseplants ,applied this fall and winter A and dry in the shade. guesswork out of your soil testIng cular S-159 "Oklawaha Black 1
must survive I In contain soil test would tell you the kind This process can also be and fertilization program berry," Circular S-158 "Sunred
u. that have I rather limited of limestone to use and how used to preserve and color Orchid Short Course Nectarine" and Circular S157Flordasun
{ soil capacity. So, since houseplants 'much Is needed. Quality Pecans Christmas greenery. The sixth annual Orchid Pile h." Let us I
must exist on a very I Fertilizer recommendatl IAIUrd Cobb I Growers Short Course will beheld know I you would like a copy
small mount of earth, It's necessary could be made on the same soil Egg Market Nov. 14 15 in McCarty of these circulars.The .
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I to give them the best sample results. Why not make in prize money for these two ;: Auditorium on the campus of Sunred nectarine, Flordasun
soil mixture available. your plan now to take toll fairs this year. Makes you wonder Bring Best PriceThe j JACKSONVILLE (AP) The the University of Florida. peach and Oklawaha blackberry -
Many home gardeners extol samples this fall and avoid the If the people really appreciate Northeast Florida Egg Market Mrs. C. C. Von P a u I IIn, are being made available Ito f
: the merits of their OWl special navy rush next spring? We in what the fairs are trying prIces to retailers: chairman of the Short Course nurseries only this winter by
I formulas. But, according to ornamental the county agent's office will to accomplish In our county. other day I saw several Extra large 47-50, mostly 60; committee, has worked deligent- Florida Foundation Seed Producers
I specialists of the Florida assist anyone In taking 1011IImple. You see the average fair spectator little posters hanging on the large 45-47, mostly 4M7; medium > Iy with Dr. T. J. Sheehan and Inc. Nurseries Interested
Agricultural Extension ServIce on their farm this fall as ha or she goes throughthe wan in in office. One read, "A 37-39, mostly 39; small 29- Charles Conover of the University In these varieties should I
I blend of two parta peat October hat been Fair Time exhibits. First, they wantto Friendly Smile ia worth 100 Bradford 3314, mostly 31-33. to plan this informative I contact our office for further
: and one part garden loam toll In Levy County .. with the Su- see the biggest bull In the Frowns. One read, "A Smile 4 Poultry at farms fryers M, meeting for orchid growers.: nformation. I
show, then they want to the 'can add I Crest Deal to your
la a very satisfactory mixturefor wannee River Youth Fair the tee "
most house plants. first\ of the month and the Levy smallest calf. They are not Interested Face Value. One read" "A county
When It comes to water, feast I County Fair last week. Our office In what It takes to''Smile is Your Best Seller.
or famine can be deadly extremea has been kept busy In working make a grand champion.In I just thought that practically APent LAWN AND
for house plants. Keep- : with 4-H and FFA boys our Levy County Fair i all of us, whether we work OWH x.
ing plant roots soggy with constant I and girls In preparing their exhibits Poultry Show this year, four :with people, for people, or just r GpRDEH )
over watering will kill setting up the barn, keeping feather-headed chickens named work, come In contact with other II T Heggl.swhat
them. On the other hind, frequent I records of the exhibits In I the "Beatles" got more at. I people. We can help our attitude -
light dashes of water may 1 the fair and training the young tentlon than the champion hen : and most times the attitude our acreage will be, but
allow the IOU to the bottom of I people I In showmanship and exhibiting. I and rooster, and as far as I of others with just a smile we can sure observe some In d !
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the container to dry out, causing I I know they haven't laid an egg ;If you go about like I "grouch," crease. One commercial com g i ; zee n '
the plant to wilt and die. Over $2,000 will be paid out :pet try I little smiling. It may be pany reports that they have V ; *
The ornamental specialists' say just j a grin at first, but It will fumigated 300 acres for strawberries & ot1.1
HIf/
( that to, normally give house, the plants best a policyis tho- Frost Warning Service :develop then: watch as out you for practice the habit.and This year, for the first time r;1<:<"' 'f Unsightly brown patches ? .. JJ

week. Pecans Dropping that I can remember, we have 1 .''Wo't
rough soaking once a t
And, the Extension specialistswarn To Check ThermometerFlorida Pecan picking up time is plants to spare Strawberry .f :; .t JIJ: tr ,;.- '
like tobacco y r
plants, just or t ,
"ateI'that' pepper : .:J."K' -1 :. .., >' ", ;.<..... .rJ. ;
using ,
against here Pecans, Just like tomatoes \ >; .JJ."I' .
I citrus growers can In the thermometer's columncan are better If you get themso }, ''' .'.:, ::< ;':'. !t ...
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cold. A dose of .
too big steak or pork chops or fried : ,
have their grove thermometers separate while in the Held or that you know they are good :.f J, r.
cold water can shock I plant checked and tested for accuracy or In storage He said that In chicken, must have quality for i healthy condition and free of
1 rather badly. without cost by the Feder most cases instruments In error -the best price. It has also been I parasites. It's time I
For more Information on 'al-State Frost Warning ServiceIn can be adjuated to read cor- suggested to pick 'em up and Plants set through the plastic tc use IlIsingon'soil f
house plant culture, check with clean 'em before market ;
Lakeland.All rectly. Thermometers that cannot up will make better start I know
/, your county agricultural agent growers are urged to take be adjusted will have the tune. I from the past few days that Microeeoplfl
',; PAINT KILLS STOCK I advantage of the services alnce degree of error written on an It is expected that pecan.we will yet have several acres attack worms called ntmatodtr or granular 101m. Once ire 1M soil, It I
The opened can of paint carelessly grace root.,shrub.and omamen- becomes a penetrating which kills !
I grove thermometers may vary accompanying tag. markets will be open in Starke I let. Bradford County is now tall,,
causing severe Prevent,
) left around a barnyard or III accuracy over the year The meteorologists also I next week. I think the first auc-I known as the Strawberry Caplal this damage by stopping llama.them with nematodee III' spreads underground,
'r dairy stall can.become a killer .According to W. 0. Johnson, re-mark the tcale markings so lion sale will be next Thursday, I of North Florida. Our goals powerful Nemagon sod tumipDt. Don'Jet destructive nematode mar I
'I,: of livestock. 1 meteorologist in charge, n.lee the Instrument cm be read eas-the 29th There will be a pecan to make It the Strawberry tM IINuty or your lawn or ,,,,,, t
1; Ordinary paint often contains personnel will test thermometers grading machine at the I Capital of all Florida. We have Apply to the New, ft soil fumigant diKnock '.. out with DeW, p..ad
lead or other toxic metala which In the various frost ily.Johnson 'market If a grower desires to 1 the good soil and we have the I'IOU1 toll la easy.uo.uk' NtDlllOa IOU twaJ'Ultl
,can poison animals If taken In- warning districts In early November said all possible precautions have Ms pecans graded. We Invite I good growers Give us a little I I
j ternally. Since some animals Growers will be notl- will be taken during you to Inquire about, and I time. I FREE The Kilgore Seed Company PHONE
'like to lick up spilled paint or fled at a later date as to where testing, but the Frost Warning use Starke Pecan markets. Bradford County will have an & Seed Company i
lap It oft of freshly painted hey should bring thermometers Service will assume no responsibility Strawberry Time Again I exhibit in the Greater Jacksonville -I PARKING< Drvltton of Atfrow 6-6489
\ buildings or brushes, It Is best for testing. for breakage or loss I Strawberry setting is still go fair featuring "4-H'ers are I 1315 N.W. 16th Ay.
to use special.non. toxic paints. Johnson said that the liquid of instrument. InIon. No one can guess yet vlle! Fair featuring 4-H'ers are I'mf '



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Armco Stl __ 3.00 721.Atch Mat Ins _'_ 2OT. ,157,300 New Idria 2.. unch Borden 77" Penney 12-. bayou. He eluded capture c '4,, e.w r .

Topka .._.._. UCla 34\: Amer Pioneer Life __ 10'1 140.700 Brazllan Tract 4% up % Brunswk lilt PRR 42''% with the same rabbit-like speed _

f Baxter Lab __.__ .38 27\1 Anheuser Busch ._ i 571, 49000 D Kaltman 2% up 3. CaterTr 37''% PepCola 55% used by the pair to flee police _
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Anodyne _.._. _. 411t Celanese 19\1 PhllMor 7a% since from t. ..
Beckman In _._ 14\1 41.300 Seabd World 7 up 3. ,ever they ran away ,
Beech LF S _.. 1.10 S3% Citizens Bank .u,.__ ;37 30,000 Nuclear Cp Ab 2U up \tODD Chrysler 11 PhillPet 553.CocaCola home June 11

Bristol My _._ .80 65"J Conn Lt at Pow 37'; '% 13m RCA 3264CotnEd
; Cowles Mag 4 Pb 12"'. LOT TRANSACTIONS II', RepStI 41"ConEdls Andrew said they got the
J ., Brown Shoe .._.._' 3.40 105' ?
Brunswick _._ I"Cambell Dunn It Bradst _. i 624 Purchases __ .343,364Short 13". Revlon 39.% bread and bologna by collecting

S _... 2.40 3S Florida Gas .........___ 10% Sales ?.???,??,.?????? 2,818 ContCan S2"% ReyTob C' discarded soft drink bottles and

:I Carter Pdt __.... l.00a 17" Fla Nat'l Bank 64 Other Sales __ 343.448 DowChe 771f. StRegP 33 selling them.

i Case J I _._. 20 Fla Tele ........"'............... :28 Total Sales _._?-. 348,262 duPont 277% Seaboard 55.. At night, they slept In the

Cessna Air _'" 1.00 21 Forrest Labs ? ?._, 25'1 PREVIOUS EAL 37 Sears 123'% lean-to made of/ brush car seats
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Founders Life ... .... 9 E.Kodak 131'Vt' SinclaIr 50', .
Ches Ohio C.OO 721I 4 and a piece of old metal awn-
1 -- Franklin Life ,. ...,. |58; STOCK MARKET Firestone .3''% Socony 65"FlaPw "
Coas S Gas .._.._ 321. ?? --?- -? ? If the weather wai bad
Advances ...._.. _._ 483 Ing.
Great American __. .... 12.% M. 51 SouthnC 65\1 Tells of HideoutAndrew
CBS 1.80b40 Grolier .. ,..._-_ ;38x.Gulf .. Declines M....a, .,......,....., 804 FlaP&L 12'Vt' SperryR 15 they took shelter In a vacant
..__.. 33% mm
Comb Comsat Eng __,. 1.20 39" Life _..,?,...?..,..... !52% Unchanged _..........___ 252 Ford 60'% StBr.nd 71FrmstDa house. Andrade a 12-year-old modern day Huckleberry' Finn. tells how lit
Corp. Total Issues ..._ 1,039 StONJ lava and hla 14-year-old brother Bobby have lived In a make-ahift lean-to on a baYJluIn
Cone Mills _.._.... .80 21" Herff Jones .-_. _-....__.?. ;15'% 12' The boy ran away from the
Home ... New 196344! Lows __ 12 FreptSul 43"% Studebak I.. Weal Houston, Texan since they ran away from home last June. Andrew wan
Cent Air! _...._. .40 21\1 Ins ,??, .,.?....?.._ 7211t home of their father, Bobby An-
Conti Ins ..._.._ 2.20 13" Kennasaw Life _-,.......... :10..% New 196344 Highs _.___ 70 FruehTr 33'% Swift 53Genfyn drade. and stepmother, Amelia, caught by police yesterday but Hobby enfyp. pd Into the tangled bayou area.

Contrl Data _.._ 15% Life of Fla ._..._.... ._ I'. 39.. Texaco 073GenEl who reported them missing the
Lowes Company _....._ 19' 18''% Thiokol 13'4GenFds day they departed.
Conr Pdll _"",,,'_ 1.50 52% New Name
Delta Air .._ ..__ 1.60 13" Milgo Electron 9'\t' 1121f. UCarb 128'6GenMills Andrew said they left because New Queen Reunion Spark

Det Steel __..... .60 151. Mort Guaranty Ins .._?.. :25 4511t VnltAlre 59% their stepmother whipped them ,

Emerson EI _...... 1.00 4314 Pacific Sw Air _. .__ ;34 Given UFHealth GenMtrs 100'. VnP'rult 18'4 and made them stay In the garage

Fair Camera __._ .50, 234Finan'1 Schlitz Brew ..,?.?-,...,..?.,.?.. <443 Goodrich 60.. VSSteel II when company was com
Secur Life 4 Tr ..... I 11\1 Goodyr 48 VnlvMat IS'.
Fed _...__ 3914I ? GHS Tonight
Fat Chartr .....-.- U7f 27YFat. Southern Nitro _.? ;25' UnitThe Greyhnd 23V.: WestgEI 42'4 ing.Andrew was captured by Ho- Homecoming

Travelers In. .,, ,.. ..,,. .. 43', GullOil! IIIIt WlnnDix 31'. of
West Fin. .......... WiFl. ? ?-? ? ? I mer Skeeters manager a
I E Cst 14\ Union Security & Inv ?? )lC1'% University of Florida today Honw 1251f. Woolwth 21''% I service station.Skeelers Gainesville High School itu, gym after the game will wind team, wire Letty Jones, Karen

t Food Fair __.. .90 23v Universal CigarAMERICAN .._ 511 announced a name changefor IntH.rv 13"% went looking for the dents and alumni culminate 1964 up the Homecoming week. The I Angel Fred Hall and John

FMC Corp ._:" 1.00 1211 STOCK its college which trains 1 toys after ITS disappeared from Homecoming celebrations tonight dance li sponsored by the cheer- Brownlee..

Frito Lay -...- CO"1" EXCHANGEAerojet medical technologists, occupational 3 Hungarians a desk drawer In the station i leaders and student council.

Gen Tele .._'_._ .81 35'% therapists and othersIn Wednesday He had noticed two Enthusiasm for the GHS-Chat. Only students and alumni with
I Gen _..... 29'4 'P
! G. Padl _._. 1.00b 56''". Analex Corp 294 health related fields. 1 boys Idling In the ares, he told jnooga (Tenn.) Central High ID cards will be admitted. Proceeds p Rally'Tonight

Getty Oil __....._ .10, 2811t Aqua Chem _.._. 15% I Defect AtOlympics 1)teen. football game began heating up will RI> to purchase an
._._ l.00b 58vHe The of Health i for the
Grace Co College Related this afternoon with a air conditioning unit
Aurora Plastics ._...._ 284 pep parade For
Curtis ...... .80 151f. Services, one of the four school cafeteria.
-- Wildlife AwardsTo In downtown Gainesville.In .
Barnes Engineer ...._...... 204
t IBM .__....._.__ 5.00 423 .. colleges within the J. Hillls Tonight activities cap off a
Butler Shoe set
Int Min C......- 1.10. 12% ???? ?- ??????. 114 Miller Health Center, was renamed a pre-game ceremony week of preparation, known on UF GatorsFlorida's
1 Chromaloy ..??..,_ 15V4 Be Given for 7:45: tonight at Citizens Field "
I Sat Tele .__ 1.00 I Cinerama S College of Health Related TOKYO (AP) Three Hungarians the campus as "Lull Week
the GHS
Kellogg ...... ...__...... .eoa 48" Professions to more accurately one a member of hi.naUon's Homecoming Queenand Each day was devoted to the
I Computer Scl .. 234 her court will be Introduced
"Flghtln Gators"
Lehman CP --.. I.Me 31 reflect the professional/ team defected Here SaturdayThe observance of some phase of
I Cutter Labs A '''''_''M_''_ 174 Olympic Linda Edwards, the Queen, rill get an extra boost at 8 43
1 Litton In .._'_ 1.181 nllt el of modem health Homecoming
specialties the I !
and flew to
I Data Control __.. 65 today
?? ?-- ?-? was crowned during I Storm tonight for their Saturday ...m.aalin.t *
' Lone S CM .. ... 1.00 210/. Slogan Day with
Florida Wildlife redera.lion' Monday wan
't I Fulton Inds .... ..__.__. .. 9HGen United States to ask for asylum. !
Organized In 1951 by Its Warning, a rally held Thurs the University of Ala
Marsh Fld _.._... 1.60 49\1 present reported. The I annual Alachua County pep students reciting the f 0 It t ball
I( Develop __ 44 Dean, Dr. Darrel J. Mass Japanese police day. In her court are runnersup bama.
Martin M ._.._ 1.00 11' slogan "Canes Make Debris
two other Conservation a w a rd. will be game
lax Minlt Mkts _. _.... Hungarians were
? 84 the college admitted Its first 1 Cam Goethe, Pam Douglas, Unlversly of Florida a tu-
McG Hill......- .60a 35% i tourists here for. the I!presented to six local conserve- of Chattanongs's Dig C.
Mackey Airlines _.._ 6'* 38 .tudenta In 1959. Enrollment Olympic Helen Powell and Klmml Po- dents will converge on Mu r-
Mead Corp __.. .... 1.70 41" Pin the Pounder
I heists In ceremonies Saturday Tuesday was
I Mead Johnson ...,..,....,..,. 17* Games.
Merkd .............-..._ 2.ooa 44% ? his more thin tripled In that I it the city recitation park. fahl.On day, In which students Jabbed phase Area on campus for a
I Pac Nw Tele _
Nail Air! _.._ .80 3791 22* five year period. The current The Olympian. Andras Toro. The program sponsored b y hand for the game will t be pins Into an effigy of a Purple pep rally and motorcade.
] Elec .
Philips _
N Y Cents .__ .50. SI% ]! 474 I enrollment shows 140 students 24, a good-looking youth who t the Sears, Roebuck Foundation the graduating class of 1942 Pounder from Chattanooga Can- The motorcade /headed up

d Nia M Pow _...._ 2.00 563. ]Redwing Group Carriers...__ __ 104Rlc 3H. I training as health specialists.Enrollment finished fourth In the Canadian ,will be preceded by I 1 p.m. who are holding a reunion this teal High hanging from the victory by the dignitaries Flor
Norfolk W .._ 1.00 142" 00' canoe singles, was the tint Iron barbecue chicken dinner. All weekend. Sixty members of the pole. Id,'. football team-will depart
R. Win __.
bas
No Ind P S .- 1.41 11% Syntex:! perry .. .....................,,UIU 394 Hits.Curtain sportsman to defect J proceeds wID go to the youth class are expected. Wednesday was Club and Letter for the Gainesville airportat
No Nat Gas _. ... .1.10 54 : luring the Tokyo Olympic with students wearing : 7.;IS p.m.Gainesville.
Tampa Elec .... _,, 19'. ictlvltles fund of the A lac Ilia Winners of Storm Warning Day ,
f. Olin Math '__ 1.20 434 ;Twa! Win _" 30 Peak of Games which wind up Satur County Sportsmen's AssoclaJon. skit aim held at the Thursdaypep I i their club colon and Thursday. police will escort

Owens n G 2.50 105% ;Valspar ....__00. 7 1,45 t rally, will be announced Storm Warning with a giant the motorcade from the Mur-
Pac G II E _.__ 1.00 33'. day.The Tickets are on sale today at I during tonight's pre-game cere ;bonfire at Harris Field. ihre* Aria/ and travel cast on
Denes
other
two
Pac Lung ._....._ 2.40 3O" MUTUAL FUNDS At Tampa U. Kovacs, 42 and men,Molnar, J llmmle! Hughes Sporting Goods I monies. Eleven GHS clubs and i Student body Vice President I University Avenue at 13th St,
Karoly
Pac TilT .._ 1.20 26'1. Affiliated Fund _...-_ 935 about 38 to have Gull; Hardware Co., F u 11 g a s.Inc. ,organizations are vying for the 'John Willis was In over all len on 13th to 39th Avenue and

Pan Amer A N' ._.. 1.20 299. C Capital Li!. Gr .;........ 10.28 TAMPA The University of decided ,the were reported 1 .. Florida Pest Control Co. I skit award.A charge of Homecoming Foot- ,on to the airport.. .

Parke Day .__ 1.00 2t'Vt' I IPennzoil Divers Growth _. .,_ 1021 Tampa's total full time enrollment Olympics presented ind the Tackle Box victory dance In the GUS bail sponsors elected by the TIlt warn is scneauiea 10 take.
_' .._ 2.00 43i I Dividend: Shares _.... .? 312 for the current fall semester a good opportunity to go to the off on an Eastern: Airlines

Pfizer _._., .1Oa 41 I Dreyfus: ._ 21.34 Is sn all time high of United States where they have chartered flight at 8 p m.

Phelps DO "'."_ 3.00 n I Fidelity CaoU __ r. 1185 I 1,455. Dr. Willis J. Dunn.. Ret relatives./ Agent to Review Loan Ken Munay, manager of the

Polaroid _.._ .20 181' I fidelity Fund ._ 11.11 i istrar has announced. The three were said to have Gainesville airport laid he

Pub SV E G _. 2.10 3I1f. fidelity! Trend _.. 20.01 This represents a substantial picked up visas for their Hun- chromed! the students, but that

Pure OU _' __ 1.10 601.Rayonier I fund tal Invest .._ 11.62: increase over the enrollment of isrlan passporti at the U.S..1 Howard Bertsch: administrator Orange Lake. about 1"% miles'County Supervisor Harlan Ellis In the Interest of safety, m

._.._ 1.00 429.Rexail I Income of BostonIncorporated ----0 I.n approximately 1.300 at the same Embassy. for the Farmers Horn Administration southeast of Hawthorne. the Alachua County FHA student will be allowed beyond

___._ .50b 51 I Inc _,. 10.27 time last year. The current enrollment ; win be In Gainesville The project was started about office, which alM serves Brad. the retaining ftnc*.
Reyn Met _._ .50 33'Vt' K 2 _._ Japanese police who escorted!i counties made
eystone U2 also exceeds the anticipated tomorrow to review progress II months ago. ford and Clay Saturday afternoon aa soon
Rich Merr __._ 1.00 571f. IR Keystone S 3 _._ 17.14 registration of 1.400.1- the three to the airport and kept, mad m tile loan application : Shaddick said that loans for 44 loans totaling 8329,500 during as the game I Is over about 1

{ C Cola __ 1.20 21" j1g feystone S 4 ._ UI, Approximately 715 of the full- them away from newsmen,,, of the Hawthorn Golf and community water systems, rec- fiscal 10(4Probe. or 8.30 p m, a bonfire and ralv .
Duteh......_ 1.73g 4I'Vt' I ISe.rle Life questioned them before they
Roy Investors __ 10.71 time students art from outside : Country Club. reation purposes and housingfor wlfl bo held In front of the
r GD __.. .110 IS"% I Life: Stock: Fund _._ 1.01 Florida. embarked and said they were farmers, rural residents and University Auditorium.
__ 2.00 12' satisfied duress In While her, h* also will Inspect Fatal
; Singer !Mass. Inv Stock 17.37 no was domestic farm labor are i part Trucks with loudspeakers
Smilll KIn _._... 1.201 13""% Kass. Inv Growth 1.1. In idditlon to the full time volved. the new quarters of the of the U. 8. Department of Ag .will be on campua announcing

Sou Cal Ed _'_ 1.05 38' I Puritan Fund ,._ 1.14 enrollment, lID persons are registered State Farmer Home Administration riculture's Rural Areas Dave! the bonfire, according to Jen-
'<. St 011 Cal ._ 200 8I% J Putnam Growth __ 11.34 ai part time student Airport sources said the men 1 attic m till new Federal opment program. Car WreckFlorida ale L Lou.lennllk. sophomore
Ind ._ 2.00b 423 at the which i Includes had through tickets to Chicagoand : I Building according to William
Oil
St "" 1 I'v" Elec ._ 1.50 University Under I the iiipervlslnn of In charge of coordinating the
Sterl Drug _.._ .IS 27"% Value Line Inc._ 1.14 the Evening Division. would transfer to a flightfor T. Shaddick. state direc Highway Patrol two rallies.

Texas Ubi ._ 1.20 644 1 Wellington Fund 15.M This bring the total en-campus I Washington tor. troopers today are attemptingto Freshman football coach David

Textron 1.40 494. credit enrollment to 1145. I Hungarian officials: at tile Burglar. determine the cause of an
NYSE MOST ACTIVE: STOCKS The non profit Hawthorne Fuller and the Freshman
TIdewater _.. 31 claimedthe
Theses fures'do not Include Olympic Village Insisted they Golf and Club has auto accident which Gator will be hand
Country > squad on
C tan: VeL Clese applied
Trans W A _._. 4991 Changes
knew nothing about till defections Have Poor life of a 14-y tar-old Dtn-
and their
570
1 42,300 Chrysler 10. off % military personnel to the Farmers Ham for the bcnfir. UM freshman
Union P.c 1101 45"
and said as far as they Milan man Thursday afternc.n.
dependents who are attending Administration for a IU1500 will' fee Florida' Stall's
91.000 Autmtc Cootn 17%. % quad
Und Air L _'_ UOb 54 up
Vpjohn ._ UI 50% 87,800 Rayetta 41% up 1% the current term it the Univer knew no Hungarians were raiseing loan. The loan will be aNd to Night of It George C. Cooper burned to freshman team at 7 30 p m.
.a. Fore BaseCenter death when his ran off U.S.
sity' MacDill Air : construct I nine-hole galf I car Saturday.An .
Shamrck Oil
Jim Walter 21 77,300 38% up 2%
War Lamb __ .71 30uWorthintn 74,900 Tex Gulf Sul 59. off 1'% nor the.Ieso:1 I I NOOK the Japan Broadcasting course clubhouse, swimming Wednesday night was a busy 301 Into a ditch and caught fire 1 announcement of Ih*
rolled In non Toro he pool boat ramp, shuffleboardand i but generally unproductive night There were no wltnvsMS. Fighting! Gator's arrival lima
__ UO .714 69.700 Alum Lid 30% off % Corp., quoted as saying I
Xerox 1" 66.100 Contntal Copr 9% up % sponsored by the University's,wanted to live m a free country tennis courts. I for. Aiachua Couaty thieves, The'' accident occurred at will be mad to students at the

t Zenith '_ 1.201 70" 54 600 Pullman 41 up General Studies Division. j It said the two others had relatives The club has) acquired prop. who netted meager hauls In about 2 20 pm. two miles northof Flortda-rlorldi Slat freshman

1"//I The University expects a i la the United States and.erty which Include about on*. I three separate burglaries.Two Island Grove near Lake LochIOOM game which will he underwayon

phased Increase of 100 full.lime "decided this was a good timeto J half mite of frontal on LltU I of the breaking occurred,: Trooper p. V. Campbell th* Florida Field

I FLASHES I,student each year with a top Join them." In Mlcan py. A total of 20 cents i said Cooper was dead prior to The Gator Squad will be
MARKET enrollment of approximately the arrival of officer: ought directly to the Field
was taken from. soft drink machine
1000 full-ume students sntld- Doolittle's Baptist ChurchTo at Joe's Standard Service,! Campbell said the investigation I by bust from the airport

NEW YORK fAP Cigarette paled by 1170. Station after the coin box was I will continue I

issues lower recovered stock in market aa irregularly Dow J..ee IIIdI A...... Plane 'Curbed4 Host GirhConvention removed. Health Ass'n Group to Hear

early !!lit afternoon. Tradingwas Prevlses hay I bid 1lahr I Im.ol MicanopyChurch I The Party Pack PackageStore How to Define

moderately I active. I 3r lndusL I oft U722UI EGUN AIR ,FORCE JAR on UJ 441 In Mlcannoy: 1tenlorialixesCrash
'
Dinner (AP) Retired Gen. James First Church WIll host lost a few packs of cigarettesand : Liberalism
Baptist
Losses of fractions to a point I. lane '.011 ... DooutUa baa leaned that his convention for tobacco what barglsri VictimA
a three-day aa
or so among key stocks: outnumbered -UUS I IS 11111 oil 640 i The circuit of the Micanopy plane cannot land at a militaryair 1 estimated I.... girl this week broke seven pants of glass and How can you Identify a liberal -
resident ho
rialnctvllte
gainers.News 312.66 ''II Sleeks oIf U7 Methodist Church planning a base wane campaigning lot took a rack from the counter. w today!
likely to spur priceswas covered dish it Micanopy Coldwater. end.The The rack found behind the died In I plane crash test February
...... Volume supper Barry I eosfcreieelnclude was Dr. Norman W'wnsky:; professor
Florida
IUIII ,- was honored by the
lacking To tile typical pro- on Sunday sight at I p IlL Doolittle's plane landed at several store by Investigating AJachua I of social science at tile If?.
speeches by w a m a a Health Auoctotlon
weekend caution was added tile Popular and religious recordIngs Field of the Couaty 1herI '. deputies. Publle till basic
Huribnrt a part EgoIsm missionaries and will give suggestions on
leadership In Wtit Palm
fact that major stock: exchang-I stags at noon was off 1" .t from the Florida SouthernCo1legsGieeOubande complex Wednesday Bight/ A radio and geometric l I Thursday I j Beach. night aspects of politic and ahlloopny -
a closed an !hour and a half 1754.Th [ film and to ban after a dam to be considered m max--
was pick op Include a special !blocks were stolen from Lincoln David Legate! until hi* death.
earlier hi tribute to tile memory will follow Tat public is cordially
cigarette Issues seemed political appearance at Fort program tonight led by Dr., High School In Gainesville was coordinator of rehabilitation leg such a Judgment,," baaddresaet
Hoover. j
of Herbert I invited
10 derive some stinuha from Wades Beach. Fred Laoghoa, First I Bept8mIist Thieves. took the Mama from ai!, program at the I'nlverwly the Unitarian UnWversalict

Chrysler and General Motor American Tobacco's record When Hartturt officials I l r. clsssreem after .entering'of Florida A citation presentedto Fellowship on Sun

mad fractional fates. j profit Amcrieaa Tobacca and ANCOQVT': MEN UNEAKTHZD I lamed Daouule was 8II Saturday, Katharkw Bryin *ftb through a ...... l'e his wire Mrs. Marten F. ..!day.

Aside from tile moderate rebound Liggett ft Myers vert ap abort Peat cutters in Denmark on- I political ipairiaca II.1 I i "....'. Mlastoaary U... Inveatigaiiaai of all three cases pu. mentioned nil extras I v *, "Political Liberalism b A

by cigarett stocks, there!a point each. Urfflard and covered Baa preserved for I860 'checked with the Pentagon and from Birmingham will direct a wU ccnfteM. deputies said work In the field of educationand I Conservative America' win ba

was nothing in tie way of group.Reynold. Tobacco: rate fraction.ally. yean hi ... The akin hair 'were toM that standing sottcy I..leader** nnfarance from 9-11 _______ I| voluntary health agencies. |II l lTo hit t pIc. The meeting win .b *

action to ghr* tna fist a sharp' i iI fingernails, cellular and muec. I allows only presidential and vice I i..... Dan Laird youth Blue- The warkTi ...... marked, JactsMivUte Sate Board I I Iof held al UM NW IM A**. al

push one way or the other. |!I I Price were generally "-1 tar structure ef die bodies were presidential candidates to land. ter. will lead the recreation pro,f a a I p a I a hi lilt Appalachian Health employeea were also;, :I lit.a.i .

Th Associated Pm average In moderate trading oa tbc'i i.untouched by time. One man 'at military fields. 1 I'gram Saturday afternoon from"M ;Trail 18M miles of mountain honored at the program. They),i Dr. Wilcwky studied In the

of 00 stocks at sees was art .4'American Stock Exchange. probably hanged as I reilgtoM Paul Joins of Tampa cepuot p w. i1 hiking m the asten Ualladi.er* Mrs May Pynehon and I field of American history a t

at 331.t with Industrials off J I Corporate.... were wined!.sacrifice still wore a leather I of DooUtKi plane.. said I|1 Mr*. Stead Rwatrca I* gen-1:Seta. It wee completed to N07t: avid B Lee director of UM Yale University. H* ha* been

rails ip J and itOitica off t i j UA gtmnnMaf load were 'cap bttt and braided rope1!the! retired aI ". :enl chairman lor UM weekend'confcrtnca. by' volunteer crew af hikers Bureau of Sanitary Engineering !en the UP faculty for .the JIll

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THINGS TO SELL? ".. T. taAUTOMOTIVI I MI SlIt.... CUM! Cr Wilts "Mlplul to lo but 515.14 not _corp..."ofbolMivlllp ,. "IK""O 2-itJt.. OUR BUSINESS"BAIRD city llmlti wotor.with AIM' lorgo loll powor will T'I

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21 LhMtwk a 'W
SttppIlMOR MOBILE ..... .
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You Extra Cash EXCELLENT chid'" .... In prlvotpmm APPLIANCE SALESMAN UOoTpony ond tool topjuonor Call Y. 0. M.C.yN37f72* A'RAILROAD
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w..... _. compony _n.. mod, 454.1111: '
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WORTHWHILE I cor air children' III my mm*. EXPERIENCED won to .Mlp. nnon.ogo rt Producpr. .proMct y...- I I II SIDING/ LOT ; :
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MMotorcycM* 4 leoolonMAvMrmMI 3725169PERSONALIZED OMO. CPPOMP if .,=,*, ordofIn by town* odvontoc* of pur boo*. MOIILR 'HOMII4PM Will .,ect build.In 1
tiding
Rugs RMOW* .Mlplm.. Ml ..... Hu*> to* praarom m Root unit NW IK* It. to Mill tonont Give 1511515lory ;.
tor IntonKundor nail *
cprp bord Clreto Orocory, compr II.W. rono puTlptm toptaitibor throughOcioMr I' .... .
N A1k1n5MN, W S..N OM r"'. Prlvolp homo tAll ..... 4 011I11''_' 5d.SERVICI FMX OdMMMK I Aiaw I POM. FR 57nonl .
Guns M Pir..to.. 4 INN c... UI IW M PLPIWM ., front PR TINS *rlieu. .1- U ACRE WOODED HQNI.IITU I I .
j .. STATION ATTlND..NT. 114 NW lorn it. Mlnu/ss W..1 of T5wn 551 pwsd
CHILD' CADS malSaY
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nice I. 011,515 "- 11.11. 'n'.'. 011 1I.11aII AISChu, .. FOR .L. 91 N S ,.* cm Olck Riblnwn/ nyim. | f
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:
N ..... A INIrwcfIIII far bpvorogo round wriKl tar mat. I Mickhtlliod ,
PLAY SCHOOL Ao 55-34 mull M bondlMp.I7M73I 20 ...... old 4 good door "-tel
Boats DonclM : trpm t-l _d.... hunting houMi end OM bird ..*. Psea lsksr 14.1115, 55.1,115SAils. '
N W..11IIIIvctIM ,VliH. in ma4 M* taf woo...". 7525.. L15I City. ltd *1111150' 64 MODEL
1. .15 15 "It "57565 .PlIlIINeIO 'TOCKM"'NANO Travel. TrpllortOcplo' I
PORTER WANTED FOR SALE M llwtlMK MAIM'
Tents II riMALI HILP WANTED N* othor Mod ppply." Call VfrOn nltt tu nwrw .... I mliM Dish* Pint- Unco Moon t.Horn* SELLOUT! :
IMPLOYMINT or ppply W. T. Oront Co. Cut t. Gull Mammock III HiJM 1m 51150 Clod.P1a5 ;
II rent Now WHIM COCKTAIL WAITSISI OolMOVtllo SMppIni" ContofWANTIO ttiant Ironion, Hi. ..HI>7, Ul5Oe.il ,

Books It Mall Hill W.... I.I ............ Apply In ptrwn teCOLORIO ntoll milk routp Mio .. ,It. .11'SlY.
IN. mon po 1HS mutt ... bondoblp. iorm SUPPLIES /'
151.104-M 'N PMn* I POM01I5rs11y' Inn Apply to Hprochol. Salts *t L.w5M prk... Miiwt term, 555.: Hlmdr.d..1
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14 MM. Help WMMM I I 1901 IW 'JIIII'. C.."""' '. I).'''. Plans' 411-2572 IE"'Lg'NT 2 151 55 51...11145 116111._.In.1 .5.5.5. 1.11, Ilt tr ofwity
Plants Wort Wontod PPJIWIRW READINGIN KITCHEN HELPlnptrMMt far .ppt. N.Ylul. .low Iii. 514 115rn,,, maims'n.1. rRAILRBMARTMwy '64 Clearance "1
work WMM MIll Mt ntcwury MIl I. .. P1115" --11. .
01,_. flood hourt PROFESSIONALINS.
good MY15.1 \f Opm I M 4Inl
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in*
Ptliuu PIMM M
Pianos In HIM only Mhwon t end CO.Now ur4 155. Nunn .
FARMS > LIVISTOCK II:M ",.m'.... N* .phono Milt, hoi ,..,,11_ far mpwgpra.In TurkliD "mworti. DoglMd, PsMlnSorivSl. NORTHWEST I
MPsriR I .) ._. P15.
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TRAILER SALES T. .... seen for Hi. ('
V P M t PrMhrLmMtOCR poiltlono liovp I 0/Il5 I PURSUED Mails ChlNMhuitt .

Stoves N tPPPIlM MORLEY'SSANDWICH food wrlto 5115 of II y.PPT OM_,. Mad pna com.pwlp PMT. ITXM.. RMUIIM oM. MM dog.hM CHI....V4ON 4wwmd. ,..rat... IM WIN RM N IAt iJINI ..... Riodtll w.',* Ri.,Id", i

If UndKiptof TP* lR SHOP mump M coro of otpt* .r FR ...". AZALEA W.irIIR 4.wlI ilc.1 151 s51sh.

Radios N PM 4 ....... WdM.w S1sdsd. Apply III 1.naee nunonr. P. .. ION 4121 Ort*. IRISH SITTIR PUPPHIKM. l". brow Vary law down. .... .INdls/ R1.R.F.N"b b i
II LI.l.nck W.1NdPINANCIAL .5 02f W. U'''', A... 4l. P1. 7 ..... AKC raglittnd.tfi Mym nt Ian HultyCM H.., MM .
LAS TECHNICIAN 1SRVICI STATION ATTENDANT .fn.'lon.hl. ....... .... Sfwll MrirM. .... DIMM
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Skates : ......10' ....101 II.'....
llcol lob pt '.M. .
rogroMlvp .
42S NW llm It. FOR SAL OR RIOT IKrHlct. Hille,.,. A HmwIM,
N ........ 0NertuII1IIII Som colltot chpmlilry or r. INS Haw Mom 14 > 1*. Im Md- '
INN nporloncp highly" doolrabipbut WANTED front ond mocnonk Frt. KIt., ". 7 wkj. old room, prlMi, "din. room mil to GrMt t.l... ..._..., "tTlfell
: Trunks VMoMy to LMII not _,." lueollont t.l- Mint Slaw moll ...... Ipiory 372.7SK wail ttrptllin, J74-I74I
MirtouM .". hoon, ond work' cpndlMlconto plus commlHlono. oppiy to MrFroiltr *r N...... All lets ;

N MsSy WMNdMIRCHANDISI IItM. Pw11M1 It psrmslanli N Dlulo: Vim Tiro City I FOX TERRIER PUPPIES SPECIAL tw. k...**.... Ill ... ) f
J wilt conmt bo omplpypd 4DS NW 13'h_it. 7 .... old' I M4 lir Lot tor mills horn*.
; Jewelry lonppr thn y..r Should not ... Na tun calla 174744. '"500. | Mill I. ort P.yMPrdrl > lull 10 fiat wU .
"274.41 y. ,4.Nr Mnpnpl "Intorvlow 11-Hl>Male .1 ,..*.. .*. For tpFOlninMnt Mil .... .11 ... Mlllnfl to i
kl t tni to good FR 4-MB.
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M WMM tt RvyM ; THE Van A. cal Dr,. N.'O'O AT Old Lw
t t. hem. Phone FR 22278. WHY PAY RENT wtwl yiN CMwn
swain
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Bicycles MothlMry ft TMMMAnlMWM part, II. "' 137 Mil tlr-eon*. I IR, '17,
N IIuIIcIIIII MSNrluUM CHEMRESEARCH.! INC. wrvlcp WorkIM' cuilomn In. BOB WHITE QUAIL XT _lie Mm* tar Mill mIM .,
M NaaasNH/d/ O.sM An 0UH oppprtunlty pmpk.,. Wool In".*. OOP 1_.. No 'In.vMtmtnt. DrMWd ..Mll.. IMS MCkLlvk M Prairwi T,. Ct. N. onMwy. $2981
t TV Sets lot your own 15511.WrIN rkM. Mcortflni Mig 441 5 r coll' 44HII7. $
PARTTIMI WAITRISI C. R. RubU. Dopt HP. : I ..d WMnlltyM11WI
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M Pad on 4 WIN 514510' 5MH. HU I Mrtl. .... PIWW. 17* 2 BR under $4,000USE 1

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n Com* Had P kkRIAL SUN ,",mo. Mr .....wit. f ouk.llpmlpl tar ront 174.UO
; orn RENTAL PURCHASE down ...."...
j PI 01111S1.11. pjmmliiloni' Phono FR ARTIST Printing production" nptrti 12 Mckll HMMI fr Sl ul.. Lew N7 ,
HIlt In wrlle ,. O. MN 713:. rroollvo lpauA *Mln.FuiitlrKp PLAN.. M the mph Hs.s.Is/. I
OS MulS.l AMrN.11/Nt 0.1I1t. ,... lob Apply In porwn. L_ "" "'odI. 41,5 510160.
J Snip oomplw.' SM M,. Mrs. CLEARANCE LEBUTTS TOTAL COlT
= Antiques WANTED kin Poppor Printing IOM So.Moln OP CONTRACT WILL' Rf LESS
US TODAY
UTATI FOR SALE lurreujht Kcpuntlnf mpchlnp op OoTnoivlllo.HELP SEE *"?. HnpKlitp pvollPtl
....... FEDERALQUALITY 1
aid mums tp IPX 411 A,
I : Furniture H MMM. 11m.... fit Ml e-p a"_lllp Sun WANTED! DAD AND BRAD LARSEN
HUM Mr tonMHWM Apply pt Doufl Dairy Twirl
COUNYIIIIIIIIL 2117 NW 156 lIn..t. Mobile Homes Inc. LAKI 01NIVATRAILER
N WNw/rNM PIy IALIIOn j
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fit III to OM-Moor
Oolnpp.HIIP SplMHolpWiirtWon 13th St.
1 Livestock ... 14- NW IClYtt... H...""
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;. *f CIIf... fit MM C"' .,.
Opal /11115 sod MSdsysii HOMES Inc. &
......
IALI"'N It Sit com. at 6th St.
WINS iPtM lM....** W"'NTEO 11.55 kuypr* .... I5CSIWt.oVegh15My FOOT Vi__ Slaps IntlIl ,
v Diamonds EXPERIENCED ,00KKII''S Contort Tomoo lull- 1M2 l.0 125 IKVLINI """ .....ii: 01npl.Nly 15bvllt. ra..ar 4120 N.W. lirit !.>...
H RMl (Mil* WmMM WANT Aa11y In NI11a 3.tCITI7INS' "0.n. Gas Porompr L***I olr condltlonlnt" ..... wuh.r. able.. Woolhunlpn 5.n canpev. lid
' SANKIXPIRIINCID ,a1M151r.2171151, or. ... Vlllo *, Rpnpln t* I* pproe I INORTHWEST
j *t Town Prppprty CUSS Glib Lot 271170/IT Archor. 1 lasso. P111r5 5N 2.5405 _

Fish Poles M IWlMM PnpprtlMdIPirmi WANTIO I'-W. Wasted P.Nab I
Apply Mwipty, ,. CONNOLLY
Dumoty
"
n l..NNtl.t. 1- lit NW 11ft n.OINTAL ....OY ...115" 51f*. npiupwpnwook Inc. t S I
Mobil Hare S.lot
' Used Cars ft AcrMK AHIITANTXPIRIINCID onoio.Iiy5 PtioM 5 J74-HOI.. Oood< rotorllvo Mdnom ......... Mnwo Monyfloor II

41 Mwwl Prp.,.. taM OtlMovlllp or will.. _t r.5 I n.Protor .. I I WILL'dp .....11II11I lIlY......*. DrM punp.pt tptfpy.7 ymr I RillM flnpncm Souftt ; .
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Typ.In Tin AV I .
nt NW G.IlawllISMU.A141 P*
t Auto Tires hplpml', _"y. omMtlon Phen 374-3762
RENTALS manual PMtprlty '_1..... R. 17M1M
ADS ply wllh lull dploiio pi 00 I ww4 ''HI. IVon''.. IoI. ..311 'III
41 CotorPd Pnrt RoMM worR sap. 56enIISl.1u5 nl.5r -. AIN' 'y' _.. FURNITURE '
f Aquariums; 44 Coli... kr MM -... Wrlto IM '"-' c/P CALL 372-0626 'I
Oolrmvlllo' Sun UPHOLSTERY ..
, 41 FnrnliM' AIN.N n W.,. W....d Mele PPT to* wiiny wprturipiioriip" ,

I Row Boats UnNMINNd A111.OINN.s "" I' ,I
MALI Ins. '.v.Ift', '"" Sims'
t fit 5.11 ,_ eslu ter "._ "45,1115 .IN IIIG..llit. J72-I142 '

\' Golf Clubs 41 NUIPM tar RMt Ullurs.Maim. AVON< CALLING 5.1111154. ...... WI.I4. MNllary'IK 151.aIWaltai GAINISVILLI UPHOLSTERY 2702 WALDO RD. N.E. 'I j

. /w Rid STOP WORRYING AIOUT A In..55150.U111115114.. IM NW. UK M.
f Prop ....- w tut AT PALM LANES 376-0205
: N ,..111 HMiIN Announcements CHRISTMAS MONir. Y*. U SchRRRI. > lRrroMll'**lReal .....,. I
... 1 111..11 .
TypewritersMotorcycles II MIN RPMPO) RRIPJ .* *m*
.* A... RpprMnrtlv*. Estate Exam I. :
HA WiNd T* Rwl DPJH' ...,. Writ A...., COUIII

I : N ...... W.1bd I LOST i P.O. l.. 411, Clniylllp. ATTEND Flrit Moon fro*

0tIItII .... kiss OIT ....FOUNDLit R Fl*. *f MilFR illS NW 4m It. Call VM7W.

: Used TrucksRefrigerators N ......., 1..11I RROWN AND WNITI. TAO 2-0421 It homo t HIGH," _SCHOOL.. AmsPkM

MOOII.NUMMR PI MM...,.CALL. JACK IrtMH, /i5 P. m1A 0. e.S 11111. J.dIsms1v15
: i
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.. Baby Buggies Mimi Imprw.iMN ii

Electric Motors M RMl' 4 TV OWN* I

N 65111451 I PwalNrs

Store Equipment


: Farm Machinery WANT-AD RATES L59J t


(\ : Infant's Clothing PH 171-Ml I


; Sewing Machines HrCteMlfM

011"DIADLINIS //
t : Office Equipment THIS WEEK'S SPOTLIGHT IS ON


: Movie Equipment


Outboard Motors THE DUTCH TREAT

T_ .... ,rt. pas 1802 W. Univ. Ave.Tk BABY
: Sports EquipmentNursery ".. Dip M15I SINN.P.r .

I ..1111I Dvtah Tract Rr*.rml b pn*..*. M HIPS FURNITURE

Furniture M. 515.11 ... ......- I y* *) *ny .... *l* k. Mk MH 11 N s.nL .... Ik* :. ..* .:.tfI n---In IsMh, J..lpir ** null t.

Vacuum Cleaners Fir Mi I* I* lit MM. .....- -(mm Hi* I (..... I.5.MMUM55. wlc .. *l4 *.wl... ..4 tiM. _... TIM rprwjntNkM t.f'1

( lid llMtl ,..,.*..hif I* Hi kiiof-Pto....*... )< ...
Fishing Equipment tiftelR fw Rt> 1j14e FM 1..5151.y rfeh wklppWk : f'f'l '

( ** 1ll 555 *lwt* 15sd) d ..oly jollclo** N.wMh I .
Building Materials FAMILY RATH R .. fr 1"'. ."' .-4 ..**. ill ie.n. .

I InMftlM .?........ M IIMI ,....... .tmMp..pip .. th. DvHk TIN

Washing Machines S IMSAl.ll .......... fU MM Will .M t*r*, MlcyoMM :* .., N..L CMM = l
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MPVttoM .......... Delis SN1'15 .sd 11.111 s spM111m.d M
..4 font., *n4 Ik ....... dMiif' -.
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Heating Equipment II tiiMftIM ....... M Ikt. *
MMSpdl In WMd) will ...._ *f (.... I* .klfh.btnr4 .
ky .hr.* ..... Wtktlnf KOMI *f rl..NHM\.
Musical Instruments ,.... ..... -...... .. ,
swfI5l" "W ilsI 5155 .... Wateh t*. Not W...'s SPOTLIGHT .
S 155 NIM
mull Ikl1
Camping Equipment .11514 I u Um, ii :iw155aSams

MILLIARDS DINING *

Plumbing EquipmentChildren's ,.. OININO-DANCINa *
Ui iTl III.LIAA FOR tort
( pommcn M oroomr COCKTAILS
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N ry SIPS PM M s0 ".111 T.1r1 3.55 but I .ood *>d toniipMl
Playthings IUT T.mS w.56.s 555. not nor. Ito* by M* UNIVERSITY INN 4LINES
0:1.r' illS A 4 W OOTIIIR STAND Cl.taal S11w ,.
: Electrical Appliances 12 point 'II II '.M. SM NW" llMIJt.SCHOONER oord, CocJtt.u Movr"S.-n EE.
$1115 M .55 .sM ry typS opj N SUM ttxot Is, Iu6N rmMb dr/- tor Ik* pnoo ot t Dnm
til | A IlL to RoRkvOrMky*
Dogs Cats Parakeets DIM...... -1 5N/ "I'/ 55.1.15 ComM I RKhpr Forton orUMO.tr .
.. It*! IW. JIlt I/. FR *... 10
18 Point ITALY IN GAINf5V ILL(? ROOM
DM. by ............. 51 V5 NIWS. 1 xicHofc M TMP1IAIANT HAPPY HOUR 15 I PM.
In** M,' ISIS ..r4N.yype 1ooI 5tiuip5Il. N 1'1451 ATMnS.M|*| I CockioMi tar tkp .... of I. DAYS '' Thr ', h'' good "
...UIlO'. SIITAUSANT5KIMkt.S II ..M.-.M. 1- otoikl pt riiiirillipricot.
: Nothing will sell it latter III LM.lns. Pills 11)1 W Unh A.p.PIIIA DIM ond done *>
1511 I15w ...IC_ 11I111I ,..,. ItllioipMil. $2.00 r
:. 24 Point 5125 R0. .11 PAL -Try Ness5. MPMrpulpncMwr. THE ORLEANS .INIT. IIsn1 end IS ..ifsr
375. CN.N Misdate.LARRY'S. or 1 comMnotlvi. pt on* NW urn St. M1
1.15 N 1 R3... I'wryyps SHILLETSnua
: than theGAINESVILLE tar toon the .ph>*ntScWlt CfNERATcAlNESSTEAK
ixd towonPrM on top ROOM r M w.. c.lmn.rci.l .d-
1211 Welt WNIlSNy" Atlas.OP.N 1 lit w. U.,.. AMPTMM .. FooWHn* u I. 'Prim* ... CMMIK
:I)PI N HOU.I A DAY NW III ... 5.Hs m m
115 M 055 5115.6. 555155614
MOT ROAIT 'IIF $SANOWICMIIMr '
OrMM Isis II MM .... IM 15. '11"-*M4.I **TttMn .R4lry. [ xh VMCMV

SUN -- N P SIIN w4k5.y 1155It. ,4155 DUTCHTREAT *
MSANDWICH! SHOP AA4USIMJNTSFrom
ki Cprom PINS

......... IM will lilt M LONG'S CAflTIRIAIprvfc I 1802 W. UNIV. AVE. i' '- WfMt .*! s .cisll
........ w 'mu M 5.55IIsis w.
Ile noun II,II M I P M. all
"Ms.'15 M1.MNms. ... ... Af of 4 to OfFRII
WANT ADS m SM45155w 4:. P JA. til I.. P.M. r *oytOWUM HUMPTY DUMPTY ADMISSION 11r

......... N .w.NMMv .... I iS.LIII W h.Ivw9.y AM --- ,, 1011 WMt UnNwnltf AWt E/IR b..fhnd f Wwcfc hrlit.
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.155514-any N/Nt1m.e.d..r1Mw.5M.4 155, TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFITIRIA 01 PLACE

378-1411 -1N.5ISlt- 115.155555511 Ss 11414 55 ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT CUIOI I

S 5555.m'rm .. ..... CALL J7M4II.








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1 4.S dy crtM.Turmoil UHHQ. Daoa. 11101. $. I lit, I 10% $434 DOWN NW S,m Av.. IM H,

t : M.Mining aaana. QQD ISIS:: m-Hircnnv/vovn. 4.1.3 54 I bodnom control ...... .horn* FURNISHEDYou

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,I' lit, KAMI. ADORNS tnt .AIIA' .etr "DsuSI...Ysi1.1ns7 PIHIPLACfn HOME HUNTING LOOK!
.ICII 0..... tor** IMnf r* m up. tin- ATTINTION
ii LOTS Pea SAL IS HOMM* for Sob IS Hisses fW ION. 30511NEW PnftnlMiM
hit rMm. I tr I MHl olr cntlflonlnt .inkon, B.Mln 1005111 I II. 1 Mllrk "'
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MARY MOEUER. REALTOR ._ _lent Cal 171.33 .115,4 IWN. I flU MNa* e10_ $ 0a$395hFHA VAI TWl to wry nlct (Mm*. MARY Ntn II Only., MM. IHI MM,
Nit W. Unlvcnlty An*. 311. =' INA -.-.. MIIY ._ i00d IICIIIIII Clll Ptrtyct 070.1331FORDYCE HI m* ,nn* .Vt-M/l
PR MOT I = TM J 6vp.ry. LOVILY IMMACULATI IW 551.1 NN413r451 C.,..... I
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I w. new :4 I ,sissy' a -. 1. OWHIIt 3 lit CCI NODS Fully cirMtod triportoiI VALUII II COMPLITI.UI4T >Wn l Hyllnt.' : 4 II, I ktlh, MnM'
Ivory 1ma1 lots u5 Pots 311 Will 5s. 04.1SN. IR. I'MMimiy PATTERNS' III *.'u... nm *111 .4. Kmlly mm wmMK luilMHkit "
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I N. CoPS 071.17.4 :=r W.ImNS un5.5511r Aw. O. C. Goy Rorrtn... Puiy D'ck' Oootftan lone.Pro. Momttr Muliipi IWInt IN BETWEEN : "'' 'O::: 'r"s-lo. Nom'
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LAKE SINIVA .1onI sn11'e $325 Only I MM. I* EDWARDS 171-1471. IfNl TIIIt MPaS sIfIH1
llrem10/ lam IW rMd MM450e.In DOWN Mm.. Ir. Mt* KIMII, Prlc |y urln Rportuwit b.lidls| .. I air4 ..... .*< I IM TtrfM..
city JIM M 5)0 .1.5. .1..... Mnmtaf. ...11. p.r 3010.
= .
$46.50 MO. DIITINCTION ft cnwrn hi mil I* IIIMMI (km* DWJM *r 17* INC. LAKESHORE

T WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD IM Hill _ltl M MUM *l ruNvy mo tm ..." Mod Mm. Hill AWL SI.IIn11.alr MM MI HMIM
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LAKE I PHOPIHTlflACIII. ...""., KrMM MrOl. IMMMTMf ..... WI' PawanN ...... .ITAT 'ITTL'M.N'
AOI. t mlta N*, *f lfll jOR ...1 kHfllrm. T..I.... MIS WN/wssd LNl1 s s e CSrnir Lot 176-7971 ii
.)NI. pltcs WJW. Down 0571051.7 I IR. I bolM Vol rt.mMom COMPARE !
tluMi ill clMlnf CM II iMnthl17I1471 ., kit. _''Iy rMm WMto 33 S"33 sOCol's' NOW LEASING
41 Olliit 55 .5r55 N .*0 tr.3. 11MIy .._I Sck.dss INN S n. In.a.OM1N. wall cirpit NlravpMut. *MkPINLtV .
....,... P3M1 tr_ A. 5130/1 0050 M U5N110s 11IIe.1I.y ,.,1<1II .. _IlL 'II In 3311 + I* wlrn Mr (10..13 tonVUltlt
,113 hiuNS wipe s.ck 5.M 5550n POsm Warn W. *.n ttMr loo-
Only' I2UIII
well pvm. ,May. .."..Lti5J0w3ry On WMMIIW Owner III! N 171-12' 0155)' 1101$ ...... fun..OIlyIMowls 4.10510 THESE HOME VALUES
Lose tanll Ivw.M
C. Man N. ARIA TWl ttllMy W. Unw' Av*. minimum' -' Coll 37101.$5s ,.A
__ ... fish built Homo hoi .last but *.. IST DUALITY *i an NwthMii rm TK- rn IEFOKEYOUIUY
........ cleM 111.4ya. M nrtnlnt you emit wont hi I 0_ ,101 MOM V
Cedar Key Shores :: .4 Mm i L....... Pmtto Ndtn.Cnirm't 11)1 .1ft.. .10... 155 131115
= 511 wv5.hid
.. Wills 7MW. Iwo P1. 101054 -1Iy' N5hvalsh .. SAVE!
fine homtiitti from $2250 lNellfuP old h05e. 5051
New Irish H......
ar._ WrkM* Ptow MM M..SM .I3kwrd 51111' 7,.. TM Wl'.wln| in MmMnilrwIlM alb?
non-waterfront from $1510 I I
linptlinilly MMtlMM Ir1MI5. ..
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or PARRISHPRESENTS ..... ,.... p51C a ISL -tin tot flow twdllnl' hi I ....
& i uiCliJALI XCILLINT _1_ ...." /uild.rS ::..:: sil 5015 tar KtWMMMMlllOORW.IIrkH.

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P LACK ACRfl M lotntl of ptrm i IR, i 1100., UN 55.. nv
Motel Locations ''' ..
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NIW LIITINRX ASsist MW I ISO : .12. 4111 N.W I ItffeI IIW III.
INVES I accommodotlont room 55*. Mntnlly wipe tonj* IR-OR, *Mbto ott.cn, Calls1I.11. I...

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try :
DAVID ANDREWS- THI SOUSE YOU NAYS IIIN .r .n>lou It Mil Wilts Jw. :: now :. 34000177
mill 41 upiMit wmir. CM 7MNI tr I..,. .. .U7N.W.IM
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lull twin! In HVM kltction.?mm Lowly mint'd'5 FOUR IIDROOMI hi Plnlty tn*. 55104515. 511144 .13. 11..,. Aim *f WtRlt Ow ACtRtrtl C.Ilt.1 3551 I ..,. ...... S/M ... ,..

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54 ytar *HA ..eeI.... I RRM 5Hr fully .met.i.s Hope
IS H._ fw SdIPACIOUI MASON MANOR Nt 4 bo*. ..375 00 .._-" ll.md .Ills 110. It PHONE 376.4456 A5A00 .
135. t MM Moyle wipe car "."., 54,1 ...... wlltl' fMHMr "Mm. .11 ,. tin*. Suburb =.:.:. 554? "H" Inc.
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i1wLOVILY.
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LIVIL I IR t MAX lrt NV. III et4tstd IIW .5t11101L N.arkts4 I HMt Mo) Swlo505 proPsrty Lei 3.
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INA I? VA. ,, N.w Homes I I PURMCCOY'S Court ManorYou

N.NS 5msbPs. One $.JWI.AT M. M.PARRISH. Company Ask AhIIt 0- Highland YEARS AHEAD COMMUNITY IY.

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140S Ml 11* Dr. BUTLER BROTHERS
From
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14 MODELSColonial
I:'r"lrn *MMy Mry PtrrMiIt PALM VIEW ESTATES
Nl PlntttrM, Utfc Ar.,
(By Demand) TH. N*. 37 -5375 HOMES, INC. : I

III t ITlfc St. Modem Contemporary '
I 16,000 up
"\ Hut l VMr. fc Inc Mi .-.... FREDARNOLD THE 'JE/FER30N5 II I
M ttoi'lOMlH' .I.IMOVHI I
WITH I LOW PHA DOWN PAYMENT
Cnvmlntly" Mn4l wtHM.mta .
All brick front WALTER STUBIS Thr.w.. I ... I Va Mm* h flltaf .,im CM. 3 and 4 Bedrooms NOTHING DOWN VA
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Inc. 1$1,5.1 boll fell bilsIns.
TtrroiIO flooriFonruM REALTORNEW .IpsIs/old ill tft tm
....nell .<*. WMi1 .... IIM -Y. k'_ 15 35155 from $13,400 to $18,200
Soddd lawN LISTING ..... I74J5J94"Wt N.W. |4tfc ft. )........ Sly i.I Mndp Ie 710 Woks 1.Maws. I CITY SERVICES

Air conditioning, .nut bwi in* *MM< MR $JOOToU ..... $14A3 p. 1..11.. 1015 7555_we-555.. /_101 I
,M tot IMII I llprill" Hit MMMm .-II. I
to MMll- MMWM PMA tratl.A ...." ptultto Pk tw* Pull NMI FERN WOOD MANOR
MIM.M I 3/10.5 -
law) k> MIKM MTr. CKMRMlPMV. =: :
$16,350 $18,075 5.5 11 010 5.5..11,

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MM MCIMI "f HUM 0/1 tl* MM
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$$100 cash VA 0.5 W .45415. ..i* m) -IIMM MM UP .*. 1400 DOWN PHA

hi pew*. .Now'.. w. ........ WPM *M I $',000 to 03i ,000 rt MM *R n'*M1WM rMP MM ptW-*HM NOTHING DOWN VA

>*. Monthly Payments Startat i $100 ClMllrf, Cut
,..otIl FLORIDA I PARK I *RH MW iw. ft I
tI3eowss 55.4l WI ....... .... 2 55445.1.a 1 55 Paw is

_cis .-_glPlpss. .550.S/kwo.3)51. ...-. UI eT r No Monty Downon The+ ChonmngRANCHO $79.34 PROM 75" PIE MONTH '

$l cash 1 ... a5 Inp10. N 11. PIMTISS .. CRANDI i
11- 15.5111. ..... your lotMlitrloM
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INC. WW fr N e3R6.501Ser Se.. O.flc NE 2Ird II..
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u.r4 M1W ..... IT1-444I UILDERS
39th Dr. $15113, I '
6-4502
NW
1927
"'"c' I ....... end 11th Torr Pfconf. S72-347I NIGHT I74.M4I
; J76-7J71 o.1. N._ I A3..1..5./ 111-'"' o I .Mb* Lot*** ofH. AllY 171-".)
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C i SERVICE 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED II SckMl. l1' InrracriM 12 Makil Homo Far Sal 12 Makl HMM* Ff Sal

CLASSIFICATION COUNSELOIt WAIITID 101.'ed tonN fOr 11 MEN ii to SIlO Ir." tor rEDERAL QUALITY ""'5 wnf,
1 ... In ._vs1. llco: _lit.... loiary baiad anjiollflcationa. CIVIL SERVICEamkutloiM. 104 5131' 155 Mil" yrus.
WANTEDHAVE Svortiorl. Far Sues owaillkatlOM. 1 Par Inrarmarionlacratarlal HOMES .INC. _: aNI ..... vureI fill'
INDEXANNOUNCIMINTS *r 174-TOO praoonlallM. _11P. 0.11. ,21. s5y sau..dMv..4 .PWss .... 402 FR* full N.W. IM Wilt it. ,JePo.walnoairni."., ".,. [ aiJTita lnt'x _'....
Kay Tr.mNu" 4rv1a 151 W. TP.AILI. Vary raaiemoMa.
I 111I
' RCAUTV IALOON 12 KUb Help W...... $I.. J.cKS.mn... IN* TAMFICO 14 ...... control Sill Ideal, tor Hudonl or 0WP .
.. s4OM IHORTHAND- UIINSS$ LAW oirxand. on* kaot LacatiK MMnanmo Coil :mam. Lot c-f O'wwi'o
I IenlilI.N MAN 1.r clock and then eM C"M Mrvlos Trsklky. ( poor Univ. CoU, ,.,. XoDlla Homo Cl.M .
Up on our = aloN. This tour-.cl_ char, 40S-I44I.
f I1Wn6 fuN limo ptrmanont pooltlali.Appty sow wrutos Ha5N1'1, -
YOU 'tin MomtrbprtCr ; nl.h/e !a ...... Wllton-i Piporttnant tom. CII..... II' W Unr.. MI'. An.PPf ..PONE you NIP OM m for tee LOTS FOR SALE
... 4-3J47 .uailty, kl Motlia Homo. ApproNnolofy *-
( ot ,.... OP.IVEI lei INSURANCE COMPANY hot 07450'. 3soil to choooo tromE I AC a.. LOTS5 mlnurai tramOolnawllla.
or outoriy _
) U* ft Fowi : norvou Orhfint ScIseP Np NV Iwo_._4.5145 rv. ItiAM74 III IapNlenca NI 22 ItucM ..*.... ,.I*....It W width, up to 4T .MII with, aecaw la Lake

4 Farowwlliad I,1IrIIII Mnrfca t _'!..!_t.M:- Per ...... uM 312-1256. 1.350:2: Alto new connoctod la L...

t : ANY OF THESE Trovat .1.111.1.1 .V V NOTICES ROUT TRUCK IALESWAN COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING Psewhla::. ::.::.Hlllcrssl. Wind.w Unii poymanl Fa.and 1431 11I1-wlln low at fit down PMno.
: Who iwodo manoy and wentI.. SERVICE 372-5209 i wltb .. Intoroit dura*. Pft
. l'Wlft-e-;; work Lent ........ Irovoi, anturd '444-W74 Snot I ..... on MHoy
1 !! ( / truckdrt yours In till MaWK Ham ..
work. Roovlrat
24 Firm Ujnlp....
d I Stay ..,.. COM c... I sLOe ,. Tablets .... 41117. mis m1Wal .- nLAP.OC .-. aoouttful .... In N.W.iKikM .
/ ...
'' T. 0* And / t"'p"1"- labor Man mint Urn ,uto end MODEL Y "'EIIY TIIACrOIt "SERVICE HAS BUILT .... ...1..... la city'
THINGS TO SELL? T11bir T. IMAUTOMOTIVE f .'. CkiU c.. fort ol hoiptul onorvy.' but Plwla nol Mlot MemoryWrlto ovporlanca -. WITH A1a11, ..ClwlOEL: .... Call OUR BUSINESS"BAIRD llmlto,, wlrlt, pad .,....... MWOT, ,
J la SacSSA.. cora ibomnvllla crly" water. AIN ,loraa ton avilkWa
c1. HI pr. Sun. Intaivltw. will, an Welds Rood km I mllaiMatoma
21 u...... i
Sypplia.FOR
HI a monm.. Llttl .bo hold wook N Nonmbor 1 MOBILE .utb If 5t.r.y. Dawn "Y"1IIt
phono FR ...",. nod .rr......
N AirHon .....-...*** EXPERIENCED lALEfontt. child polomlno HOMES Hotnai Inc.
; held cora M prlvato APPLIANCE SALESMAN rn.ro, 1304V Pony hull oM less
They'll Urine You Extra Cash It Tract fir tot .. _..... "'.ry p105 _I....... ttr hone. 4JJ4. Pony gtddlg, N Oc.lPities Coll V. a. McCoy IM-71ti
7t Track WonladM txcollont compony bonoflto. VMd OS. 454 II...
6.5123 RAI LROADS1DING
::1 J. M. PWdo Fononnol Oltlco. 49o.m Jd. N4 411
Tractor. A Track RontakM In ........ lOOK NOW-4AVI IATIK. Mr.
'" my
SIN rndunr, LOT
EXPSNISNCID men to 11.1 ast insists V*h KMI
Tr Dtf RafltakM
:1I > N. E. lactlan KINO!
ttoro. Muss bo bond.Wo. HIB I MwlMt prk rite
N ...... 4 -a1NM1 :3..roary. Copobla of .. ardor by Mint _...... III wr koMiprafnm MOBILE HOME HAVE ktnia ammanM' M with,.
....
I Rugs AvdnwMIt. RltMr* .kit t hoiplnt In.two MuD wnKpihtii. 4PM NW. 'JIlt 11. .roll' ildlnt.. ,.....will, Med bull
car* tor Inrant N.W r.Mar .::IPi.lnetil: 371-DII Olv tatlrii
,,.. ........ bard Ctrcla Orocory cornor I/np us.
;: MAvtomobHot Mr MtM ,H'. loth Av. MliiHoapor Rd.Aoo Oct_. FMX .._lIre rtlwi. A''.. PP. 44437.
Guns Farolon. ft Sportt c... PL A"'NOI'IIT. Phonf FK MIIM. .. f/1 4$ ... ACRE WOODED HOMESITE
1 IEltllftl STATION 114 NW IMK M. MiniM. Wnt ot Town alt povoal
17 Avtol Wailed MMr's 101,4 ,... dU
.111.
11'41 Aptly min.
WYATT- ,
.. 711v.hems., ,.. FOR lALRi Ouortor rood H40I with tow dawn pay
..I.t 011 $..... Alec110.. korotud
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'* 4-uoa. P.rmMMt Mlllan.SALESMAN. in yr*. aM load bat, oil Dick ftoolnion" tny'lmaAIFN
Tools for huntlni and luxury rid. A. POSSRV, RailtorII "
IDUCATIONALI TOT In*. I Mock .luina' obtul I I Trailer Sales W. Univ. Ava 174IJJO
1 InItructIM for b.wr.p. round aid porloct tor kldi. I Heck.
SCHOOL J5-J4 mutt bo ....d.lIl.. thoilond 20 mo* aid. 4 load doa. 51amo N
Boats I* MM OMCrnf J7J-47SI from M _d.,.. l1' .. lend *. .. FoeomMur Mills Nonw
sin V you,..... rswH Loka eft:. '
N .1IIIM-11IIInICIW /, ,It"4010/ .XoIIIIIIINCID STOCKMAN llUft end AlntrOMt 64 MODEL
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AND FORTCR WANTED FOR SAL' 44 lhttl 111III penis, Tr.I Trill.
Tents HELP WANTED N. Mho flied IJIIII/,. Cow V4 coin 134 mm .... | MUM' OuK'i Pint_ MoWK Ham
EMPLOYMENT 4171 or apply. W. T. 0'.... Co. Inl If Gail HoniMdlioprrs .< III. ONIer Since INS SELLOUT! '
ii Famaia HO* wo.1 ; ; WAITREU ._vlli. Shopplnt Contar m Otlbne .ronrtn. Pla _21". 1073$1PhIves X113Plod.
II MM Hip Wont** Apply 1ft........ II WANTED stall milk rauta Shier' Oral 'II.
Books mon, OM IHf must bo bondoblo. Dr suppLiuIMTI.
II .... -MI.. f/1 7.1..11 ""' Inn Apply N Hancnol. Ooln otCtrtton't "-:*. 'lro Sar,. Hiuicjrtdi
M M.. Help Wanto sw im .,. D.,,,. FKona ..,.2J71 UI'LPO'NT' .. .nr 114 ..1, WI ,e7.: ... .
1 5111 N 3.s. I 1.e.Nr trM lor """ ,''. Froo 4* Dollars During Our
Plants IS Wass. wN11d Paa.M KITCHEN HELP for "' i_. ... sod Nom :; livery o* *. n* miiM.TRAILER .. .
17 Was. WINeS MIll Mcaotary.hour. toed Net pav din PROFESSIONALINS _.. Phon*J44-JI4J. MART 64 Clarence
SHtIF DOG ._ Mwy M Own I f" 4
I.. ". TURKISH pIM'
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SALET.
Pianos only" kotwoon a..4 I CO.Now ewapI- -" ... ....... Est ,.,.Ik. FMM M IU4
ARMS LIVESTOCK TurkM .loped Ooihiid. > mMFUHIimO
.* No peen (.''. hoo PMltlorn. tor monogaro *
... N Pm aw.55M M Orlando alnoovlllo .... aprln. PI. NORTHWEST
: : V Pill ft PtfUMNTiMata Theis MIIw lows M w I Mm.1.l CMhtwNliivt TRAILER SALES iiiak. room far Ski '(S
Stoves load oolory. I4HM ondiworwrlM mow tld. HM 11.4..1 4 rot wnao, RM N.I. 4ll4 w.'r..l.rkhl'
N
ft *
*** at II cant land com..Iota At Film" IOM VttMlmi t (
N"w tar --. twutlM ,.. Call J7.-
N LondocoHnR To* to* SHOP NOU'". In curs ol M.Ismen..N M4 or FM l. 41 tuvt "lc4* ... *.**1b

Radios N Poe t .iMPllo ..... Aptly .M pr.N deFCTSf P. .. ... 44H One WISH SeTTER PUPPIES S AZALEA koltio. yeti/low.tr ir ..... .... /dl.e III.........
II LIvtIIKII WIIIIM ..... At. 1 5M.. .... AKC ragUlchwnplomnl ,....... SR.NINy Iw .wHy.
/ RVICR STATION ATTENDANTRxporloncod. Mock. .... ...... Cell Mr *t 47KM1. .... a_ New Moos
Apply. .In ptrwi NMprlw420 ..........
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Skates FINANCIAL7Mnoy \ work In mo. M.h> ..* ""'" nd CHI JT4-4774 KttrI a SMI. IkeHilkn
4 chomlttry tratrotoKr.or ra a. 12tH: tt. FM.Fr FOR SALE OR RENT. SocrWco. .t. A H.....*,
N SueN.N OWI"hNIN ..... .. Kittens 7 we.,. old INS Now Mane 1 14. two _
1 hlphly" 4u.SrsMp WANTED Inlet and .. .Ic 'room private ..... 'room wall e Gnat Ukti. taMM.
Trunks it UmMMortURO .f tetl/ E.caI1Nt., IJII. Mutt hava small ""' .. Salary 372-75 I wall c...."... :1741741.SPECIAL .
and workint candl- plu conjimlMlom: apply to Mr. I TU.* *r N.ifcy.. All ...*
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M I. Si Frailar Dlula Vim Sirs City FOX TERRIER PUPPIES
Mse.y 1,111.4MERCHANDISL ..4_ .11 ..he
I5,5
cannot Ids NW 13th: St
omployo
7 .... old. M4 rr Lot Mr mrtllo hmw,
Jewelry Year World not > N. ..... e.!ll. ::17...,.. SIMM. I Milt .. off FoynMwn lull 10 ft wW .
persflai, ,1111suuaw. 11-H.Ip' Mali at ....... ..,.,,... Pa IppelnlmMlt all
: FREE! Baby kltttni to good P. ..... .... .H era 4llln ff 4)

M WWM to Roy t" Anolytleol Dlr. 551010 Ar ONCE PUS IMrvko e, hem Phone FR 2-2278._ WHY PAY RENT wb5y.Y cli1 .Lw. .L5 ..
'I M pert lIoN mss or woman
Bicycles 4 Took
MMMtwy 1N I
Kill 01,4050. I 57,
Witklm' ..._... In 55.
w vlldlnf. Motorl,** INC. WM End. Oood 1._. N* .Invwtmont BOB WHITE QUAIL 'yr moll Mm Mr M4.ll mot
$4 ............ Sheds rtunill.Ioy. lot your own .hour Draw .,eI''. It.U NdI SM it FrofroH Tr. Ct. N. MMwy. I I4uI.
; TV Sets Llv* oaMMIni I* 441 of cell _':P1.
Wrlto C. R. Run* DttII.310.
W AMIS.N WAITRESS ,ond .....MltyMUNI $2987
: .!' ", M Max. Par to* I. bolnt HOST'.k.PUT.. of T.....O..... 150 No. ....,. Mtmphli. A........ Ftorld* 12' WIDES

I 'j. of Trump pottW lam ITP.EET Ii .. SHKPHRRO pwpploi. fofHlo
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ftlMMAN
: ClothingCameras WANTED C./ II' aiw mss II
Pud OH weds .. ikoro noTM vltn tldtrty MMM I MOM .... Fhon" :J7I. 2 BR under $4,000USE \
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..... MarleW. l. till raproMittitlv popular prlctd' k for man font.Mi food Vt-iXI.hoollh In oxchonaa lot). OUR ., sit (4 l4Mi/
n c"n HWM Pk* SaroWlai.. R iris ouI.
I 71011.1 ,I..'.... pinna PS 'IIITIlT Prlntlnp paduct.,. so.pertt 12 MoWl HMM Ff !.!. RENTAL PURCHASE ...*. Low dews Ptw*",.

MWIal. awdpmaII MINIIIIIIIIII / 11.,. '. Ot ." ,U. Pulnlis realvs All. :I ::: : preen.srlnp ...1.11.. Lower .knmuMuts PLAN down payment .*) th. 4*. Ht>*H4l f. f

-'... ... M' .... CLEARANCE SALE TOTAL COlT
f Antiques kin, Mppw 7,1,110 1154 h.MaIN SEE US TODAY OF CONTRACT WILL .R LIUfryr.
OIl.. MIShlN. .
RIAL UTATI .,SALE N OMevtl tlnoneln-veliebis
.oum. II pea .13.A. FEDERALQUALITY 1
j Furniture n MMt. Nave Mr Ml.* ..... HELP WANTED! BUTTS
: in LIfe Mr ...* Apply tt Douo'l Oolry Twirl DAD AND BRAD LARSEN
MWMrtnM PnMrtyMMouaoa OIRL, 1117 NW 4trt/ Strut.ALESMAN Mobile Homes Inc; LAKE "N'VATRAll11t SALES

, Livestock Mr MMMCattota ; M.r/lnldlnn., tenses Nos. 14-111. Help. W..... NW 13th St. On .,. 10*. I mil, S. C.*fI
;. Is, Cantor. == :,M.
MM Opt .undiye Inc.
HOMES
( TO 0411 com" "" 6th St.
'' at
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V .
) total lunar** home 1/ / IetT.al'r' FOOT V.. beel camparlriill.bV

: Diamonds N SIM .Note Winced II .N'N EOOKKIEPf at $ *.aaorHmrty..>, Owe ........*, I's1/1: Ml.r, 10 olr" >eondHlonlnt 54 SKYLINE. wl.kWHtrlll-*, wiih.or. :'. csnNNN INN w 0100111.comport r.a.eet and 4129 N.W. tills 51,4.7NORTHWEST
..... .
M. 177-7401. .. VIHof -
N But tf TM Pnwrty4t CURS GIRL PMent M"fl"'rc/If/1. 1=1.Pheea r0P.."Jo, _
1. Fish Poles twlnm' ProMrMli 1'-W... Wasted ...Ie .
Dumpy ...,. CONNOLLY
41 R00tntl Incam ,., ...
11th If. LADY dnlrot 1111 ra
C.... I MOW'. N1rs ..... Ins I ft I
flvo nIr
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'i : Used Cars 41 Pims t Aciwt ASIISTANT 1111... FMna yl ;::;.,. Md1esw elle MengNoer

41 Co4arC Praporly MM or. will t r I 1110 'WILL. 'Ironlraj. "In my .homo.t *piano.out .. '.,.VMT I allIS flnanclna.Orlv Saudi;
J raildonl. Typ. NW SIN Aya.Phon. at Oolnaovlll on U. S. 441 ",.
flor.y. ....11I,....
376-3762
\ : Auto TiresMAquarlums RINTAU ..111 __I'.... ... 37'Ion
.... ol I weld Ills ownm ... .:. till
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.1 CMrM PwMrly MINIM Ala oil,'*
.rtl. otatuo ratarr FURNITURE :
f 44 Carlo.* Mr Rnt Eon. 411-A ell CALL 372.0626. -
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UPHOLSTERY
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4 .,"'..... Ape .
I' I 17 W... W...... MeleMAL' For to* ...11., warkmmjilp,

I : Row Boats 41 Unfurnliho Apt. In., ,...."eI,or .... c''.,""u / I
f N ..... fir 5I PsAN .4Iu.1urrsltel, 1505_ lei .M0euyov1IIu. 172-1142 I

Golf Clubs Mouooo tar Rot* Unturn.MMtMl CALLING /11..1.... fIIIt1l1ld.. AgI WIN U. MIIII.ry 504 454.u. GAINESVILLE UPHOISTIR.YIM ,, 2702 WALDO RD. N.E. Ii I

: ._ A hi.tort.Oolnaivlli* Sun
M fit .
SIN .
ABOUT NW. IM St.Proa I

I H""nMn MONIY. You II SchMfti *> tsNnatl... ........1-. Nd I AT PALM LANES 376-0205 (I'

: TypewritersMotorcycles MlM. RMMin e..d IlIc_ j
Kar04nlallv. Real state Exa", ,
I W.iM Tt RwlM Writ A..n, OURSR

: N (1.1,45,0 Wwe,4 I LOST OcltMivlll. ATTEND Pint kmon Ira*. I'l
1411 NW oft ft. Call J7M7J7.
otfto. DOM .... .glT*"MAL, l

: Used TrucksRefrigerators M /.5bNw. 51.1 IROWN 2-0421 It (Mm*, traa HIGH kooKk SCHOOL. Amcrlnntctwoi
NUMIRR F. 0. w 14.11. .....-
MOOIlI. PS 011111. ;,. eww.WI
j : IIRVICI This WssWs

N ....... oWMM '
: Baby BuggiesElectric i
in 1.151 1"-, I'i

j : Motors 14 Rod* ft TV torvkttt !

App lisru ft Pimrhjrt"

Store Equipment I'I


: Farm Machinery WANT-AD RATES 0"FIIN ,


: Infant's Clothing PH. 171-1411 Sp Cia 1


! ; Sewing Machines hrCI..lflM OnlyDEADLINES I'I i


j : Office Equipment THIS WttK'S SPOTLIGHT l$ ON


'; : Movie Equipment

\ = Outboard Motors THE DUTCH TREAT. I

Tuo*. Mr 1802 W. Univ. Art.rroan BABY
: Sports Equipment .... ..m.PODipNMH041.. '
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I otionitew 755. Dohk Trent .....___ I. p.e.rd us sane FURNITURE

Nursery Furniture ..- r :: ::.::::-: k.':::.'1..:::::':=

Vacuum Cleaners ".... ....- Ik. camplat* ...... W .k4 .*>*) sill ** >
Trftv11 wle.... MM .*..... an* full HHMI*. Tfc. fwKnrnMNka
MkikMn. 44 4 Il.**) .Mtl..... MM. ko Hi kise-...*...... a U ...
Fishing Equipment sbu S. I d 15110 $2.50. FN .1.5 whipped I'1
Ice irawai. t. .I..I... *tMJ toJkh/ ds/ie1N: w

Building Materials FAMILY RATHI I .*...... fer Hnk.t.ti...! .FRI Rl*. I

I '- .?........ M Ills TIM .Rloaoant .........>* *f In. Pvtali TrMlktM 1

Washing Machines I /IN.gN .......... M.I511Mtls will .dd N yew =- :: sup 545.C.MHAMII/ 1
1.51NN.sI/ .
.pkN.tee N PkNid
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.nl _..... red the siMMlawt. 'lnJn. tr**.
: ... .
Heating Equipment llmoortlan .. ... MUM ..oM 8
in wta) wHk ..*.._ .f ...* I* knjk.WNk .

IipkId by Lrewsn* 44715115. tc uS H.......
Musical Instruments Total atari* compute byan *
niolyt total ...... .... fw ..... W...'. SPOniONTIUIAIOI ,
I FN. MHor wordo par IM.
Camping Equipment --tt n1 e..r ol faawlloiio.POM .
DINING 7
Plumbing EquipmentChildren's OININO-DANCINO *
: CUE STICK; IIU1ARD5Fw FOR tatt S.1nNN.N craam COCKTAIU
S..1'. M I IkM .,4IMryyps tor oat rep v..1e r 041 5N Sd 1s.h111N
; Playthings slit y.r1..s'.1e : root boar. IHai by m* UNIVERSITY INN" 4LINES
A 5 W ROOTIEER STAND Oiortoal Hook
Roam
111,5* F
: Electrical 12 point Opt M 1r''III-r: p.. IMF NW IHh M. oar*. Cocktail MMTMO I N 1
Appliances __ le I pre o,4MS, IWI5 545 N. MIN IIr0 fit auk rotioihiiionl4SCHOONERROOM tor .... ..... N .. Dona.tp. .
me A M I. Rakb* >/mW
Dogs Cats Parakeets DIMIH4J. 4.115.0 .,... lN.11te Cwnbo : RKti. Farkan or moo.Ira. .
I'M 1*. IM N. FR ...... 10
,, 18 Point ITALY IN GAINESVILLE i
BMa. by tangnlhjM .M ... MUM. WMWMl TapptltlANT HAPPY HOUR I M t PM.
Sims 45,1 IMNs. arlMwryype fill eimuMw, III II.... .. ATA nir.>MERIIt I Cocltoito, lor 51m. trie, at I. DAYS This iftcltl esed
MANARO-I REITAuRANTaaacWton A M. I A M. US crwco Moato atpricaa. 01111
: Nothing will tell it faster ... L...... .... na w. UNN. A.5. 0.... an* ..... w
MIM sM..5 I/.1N,. drill 1rr'.0.r.. $2.00
:. 24 Point tiN R*. 4-11 ,... PIZZA -Tr CM>M> --. TILE ORLEANS .UT Km end 1'5 15(11
.... C_ Ma l yS. .5cuty. W 5 a1tbNI/IS..1t 4H* NW Un SO. V4-
Ian I RM. SHILLEY'Sman
a* inns type
than theGAINESVILLE LARRY'S Qjr toot. s..4MI5.ry GENERAL GAINIS
$51111 sal (muOn. 455 STEAK P.COMu
I*) Ml COIHRMrCNil ad.
1121 Well \IIItNfIIIr Avssy II* W. Unr AMI or pNMNe S. Prey an* CkoM
36). oliN 14 sOUlS A OAr 140 NW M A_ 55.451 N5rn54 lot vow _
M M His -
NOT ROAIT REEF SANOWICHllALANI
**. no at. FR 44M
.e.tihen MCk
SUN IN.. OrNaS5tWI N 15515 DUTCHM dJMly. VVfMIMW

Sims es bus ......., ly5sTN MR. SANDWICH SHOP TREAT AMUSIMJNTSamoa ..

to Cantnoi Fiat.
.y".u e wont sd Sr.clelI
0..110. M1 M. IN NNN LONG'S CAFETERIA I 1102 W. UNIV. AVE. A w..
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WANT ADS .NerNd ........ 104 ..w. 1111511.51111:51 4* FJW. Ml.*M,.IPM... 1 .on oyowoak. HUMmDUMPTY4o From FRIR mo AOMIUtON Aja at I tt 4*
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..... If S..M5. .IINSW15.. NMMbrl.rmi .4. IOWUN in Our N.:saw.N n COCKTAIL IQUNaHS **

N MIII M .... M pres.M agW\ .. It O.IN Ye. a H. wont JU37M4I1. 3., wv
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M POIIdoa Mulll.ls' LIsIlvsMen. MOAN ttom. Spinlna silly lun.PJM. 2031 NW wit II. 3 tit ItatlI I. 4 IMnw 78 9C1W
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11Io IM stisiplisi NMN. Pay. f1.11y541,5.0 $5551507' cash S .,... N55505 5,5155 ""II. Pnml VIIOI.nt .
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kuMr 111.17 **r 51ls .. .. Pwtor (tutor
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In city J=: M. -- IIUM, Nnmln* OMIIITATI 1st ./... ,
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551. lr.klr, WKllllII.AKI 15 I NW MHl Plats ".Nteen., HIt tap .Ml W UvtotrMm WillIton 2909 NE 15th St.
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PARRISH __ P5ICID ..SLOWCUIRINT dws111sp lit 1ft 0..41555.
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PARRISHFRED .. rt Joinuhl You Choose From
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c....... = Auer larIN 14 MODELS PALM VIEW ESTATES
11,11554511TN. IM An..
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t J All wick front ARNOLD WALTER STUBBS TIll hail 1R.. 1's 1M.CMnltitsly....... b aI..11I"II' will tuI._... I r 3 and 4 Bedrooms NOTHING DOWN VA

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r Foisci call1na' I wn i< .... IS14 '-,. $Il,9eq. IsS p.Iary from $13,400 to $18,200
I >d hwm LISTING ... .,'-519. N.W. I4rk PI. 'I..... Maps Mnd, 55 III ........ .. I ALL CITY SERVICES

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Sins ... 015.1.15 _;'..... 'MA -W. trW. (h....* ..:;:..:: M M N11k1111 I FERN WOOD MANOR
I .. *Mil $16,350 $18,075 1.1158 ...... lit w M/.1s. ISIS. NSp VA
JorxMfcdroomMod.il T'". ... ...... .... I 0505 reel SIN I Nothing Down
II HILLSIDE HOUSE ,0 kMnNliil ..... I NlIV5N .NSq 711.11 N I 12,250 UP
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, $$100 cash" VA 515M W M 441154 la11 0. |400 DOWN FHA
to*. M w touito OLIN :: $9,000 to $30.000 rM M HMT MM. *MIMM I NOTHING DOWN VA
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"OMi FLORIDA PARK ..B'' .MM'IllSpL,
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i m."'"'..-......I.IPN. .m1. 11111.15.,.... CI5.& 053005ON N. Monty Downon ',... ChomIifJI I $79.34 PROM '751.'II MONTH .
$$150 l cash fHA
W main l5s5NN W01.vW lot RANCHO 6KANDI
531.31 M 511.11111. 1015511050707 your I
"'.. MN M5a I 5.ba5all f k***. V4V. WALK TO SCHOOLS
I Ps... 0107w .51515 107. 0751 r0. 4154q I

I ':;:'15.11141/ m. a.rtw. INVESTORSOFFICE 51 55.11 .. ......, .. 1 -1500 ss11 .1111 pa34rll-_0 I N ftoMtof. .
IUILD'NG M.. rlews = I 4 II. Ifhk In* C.4*...... ...
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YOUR SHOPPING IN GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST SHOPPING CENTER




II $ Clean out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-PIck up extra CLASSifiED cash Person to person ADS ads ere for non commercial users selling m.rchandiss. Priced I

J i 1 10 6AVS 4 ONES 3 ot bring$100 quicker or less octl wIth_.the selling price stated I. the .d. Net additional costs for ads that roqlllro the full 10 days Ho refunds for ads that



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t IS H...... l. S.U" IS H.,... fN "IeI 4}.| COLORED RENTALS St ....111... OFP'''..Nh1 14 H.IN.IIdd. Ossdl II Mill J.. Sel. I 66 1041... r. s.1. 66 Millo F15 Se"toP

1. DON'T MISS THIS lit. "10 Do'.O. ... IOrg. '01. .- -NOWENrs- F. O F I T ABLI TOUNB AND FOFi IAL wins' ..5r.. Fell 705 SALE : 5TU cam. I CITIZEN;; BANO RADIOS 1..:::.r: Asks' ?"1"0 R
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built m GROWING' LUIINSSI In Oolnoovlllo. upwlaleryuntil Mue 511141.Ired mon Nw and Used lot .
TRULY LOVELY HOME Irol boot kitchen torrone COLORCO ultro t SR B543M. ..."'., Florid
iMMrn Donnle
THE TIME iioon. illf Nl emPhone 5t .. Av.II..... now. IM.m coin. choir. lulls I* Nod and. Coll, 37.- rM or las ot 1111 HI ComHoto lino. ol otnt* ouppiloi.
At M.lor, 0>_ M ml tooth 37"_. esr/1n5/s. 11195 11015" 5.1 Roturm .M ..... O4.00* onnuolIY. CALL 17..... SIN Tor Ills UO FM.MPOSSISSID I UlliU'l OIO INC. ONE kerooen clrculellivj' uoa
at Campus' wi ..,. I .*. I Mhi dining "., modern knehon winton Ml.A. Oolnoivltlo Sun. 41* W. Univ. A... '11 M7IIf "
dM Mr 0>d. War 'round com GOLF CLUS MANOR U04 down WM _... c_.. torroi DOUILI SIO Chert 4 venlty MlMI Slntor port. Zlf pSTUSL; 23 tfS&VHw
.; IS NOW. fort. ,,1eM '...... Orlvt ty, .... oiiume FHA loon IMmonthly M noon, Ills! ......, opoc (Motor .l W.nto 31" TV UJ. 31 ,u. It uprllit Zos ond ""..-,.. Round bob V .. .. a wnglo Mock.iral .. fI UnlvAVIDuo.THUM
PIMM m um or >>6. I SR, don. ..", ", room.Coll ond hot w.nr _.... Malls to IHV fraenr $IN, 0. I. r nMIM bin. oowi torword and rovorMovor .11105 lIocIC, 111111 15111511 Nil.J. .
WOODROW SEXY Fnll/ Cone, FR 1.J4I>. 5511 105 I'll Wall dell IS, comer or. Pint ond _.... M pormo. .... V4,1s1." Ill. NW.... AN. tubrblIn,'" ad
.at"Ll:: COINI WANTED ......... M. Mlkpll'i low.kvj end .
povod : INN 4 twouoitolitorod coppor
toMo lump
Tht Muter lulmy : reneomonl P115 .IIoSON 'It'AI.' 5111 .
'Do CCS HOMO, I IP. I SATHTrovorao I Tor. tr in- AU U.S. Ind111. NIve? cMIn VS. MOIl M Mochln lorvlc. SIS W. Llvin dltton HOC ... eonvortlnsin. N
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You Have 5111 roam
rodi I7M down, pay 5551 or 3711OT4fJirniMM1. .511171. pine lw 1l1 "IS ... Phon 37337 u."'. Avo. irt-1315. Peens 17KM7wl 1SASY
.... ooo ell deW OAS "IArIIl. Wes .Iran _
JWK 113 per 11.11 ...11.... ___ .... ., 011111111,
13 NAW. Vary 2 C'l1I-.w. pies 55 lID
4004 NW t.Dr._off_ /lnAve, .,.. com"otI '
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A Room.Apartment. Apse.N IIUIL STAMP a COIN .NOPm t TWIN IIZI loom 1 deblSIlMrslrIM oconomtcol .. .Imtoiiotlon. ready to lAM slew. 171 IM :; CIDrI51 SOAI
t I w. U."IIW. Avo. ond but .oprkioi to mo' Soil =over ; '. 't.T. conomkMly, II1, 144.M totol HP Johnwn Kicker 1'.11. I II
372.8404 IS Reel It,. WwrtW I WALDO fumlonod OMrtmonto I manssI a5. 111ses 3711344.USIO. coot, only IIS U down. cu"podcI...% anchor in
or SR end cempletd kitchen and WANTED TO SUVl 35.105 Pli n.37iotofRIUPHOLITIMID .
StAUTIPUL acre In tile FbiliyMcttan. ACIII/I'" WANTID. ,. .. both, erlvoto. .11|| utlllllM. eve- moro ....., Hot I doublo bodt UN ond upi ArtXor 54.01111 LP GAPS 4-51H cl. ......, 170. 44HH4.
1 Rent? IpMlwt and tfKiauithra acres. 5111 N .11 '5 .p1ure.PrIN piled Ph 4441IM.Ovorvthlnf Iron 11111. _'''. 11 5475 D. cholrl" llrdfovi coll iprln... 13 sips m."_ NEW S 111 c......... trailer let 1
House to ....._. tw* talK hom. ? smell raal will Nee,. McMllion, Nowthom M.... 5 Sleds Orlonlol styli 14 upt SlId oolo or ell.,,. Mlip. ELLA'S CERAMICS e.l,* rooMnoMo" KUt. ContoctMr
walls Ores IIv..... room, l.ro.rlniplae Muss be ..e......' ...,.. 05,11. l'II'ClIHeY. .P5aw A'AIIMOINI", Qumanln Wo UMd FurnlturolLook llv. room tobko Sottom lour* Ml I. M..... Jewel, ....'* Grocery Folr.bonlio. .
dIsI" -. 0151114 51,4,1 No. emA CenS el ...... 111.347 Around luy Year HOUM For oo tiand drop Sal DunconPliyl COX WAREHOUSE Soglnnlno Nw Cl..m t to .. .
REMEMBER- *. vtrtlutf mMtwbMroom P05 RENT 1 ,". .Nn/ally ...... Oddt'nlndiHAOJOCK I toblo, drown ,...... |'lld.r FR nm Got Vour Xmw Olflt "Ready NowlI14S 1
j .11 I. 1Ntfoc, Sill MIIIM."p ..'_ 40 ..11.... PraptlnGOOD 11110" M s/ud.l/s or w1911115 SROTHIRS1714m olumlnum.hoinohold cholto lloml.lounM.on4 N..r.MlM. .. ;' I. Unlv Avo PS 0-Uol IEAR S ell ,5 Blower.W, 150M evelli I Ithormoitet 5711'W15 111. I
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I A renta'' vacancy NIW LilTING aid mullvil ". 17.51' 3.1117LPPICIINCY or 441-1110 AlochuoRAGS I ly N. 'vnI,.... 32. NW 1511Av1. SINGERSLANT0MATIC SINGER'AUTO 1334 Nl 7th II."IViKYTHINO .
.... i.',. ..... Nvlnt rise wllnr 111 BUY WANTED !IIII Pans PR .411 DISCOUNTIO' .
a / .... .... 151,1 I. klleiwnSOLD 51511 prlv.M 5./N. ZIG ZAG bod lId
J COSTS YOU MORE ( ,., .... Inns saw soil fMIrM J
'w Was.NrIu1 supplM except .... .
wills 1,5.41155 ens '"' 5171155. Clyde 'O\fMIdo. P7151 II. Ill plottorm rotten smfc
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sips/unlty lor I nice HIM I uc monthly in- O.In.svllll "' .. 66 Appro. V mo. tltf. doll Nay RIp55NSI.d ocilfiori' Uf,5, clmt o. droworilxtl.
than the ad that raanl05 MuN 0..1 "NIVesI. ooHloropn'toioo.i Mnf with wt .11'.. WokM felrttoninlM 101 nl... No altlohme51ls lied.N. Froodollvory" .
mont Mr bullnon. prooorry JJ7Unlv. ROOM TTill:: MS per me. WANTED USED OFFICE SAFE IllCfIIlt HIIoTUII p nCambl ". Sews on bvttom, MMtiomi Paw wINs Nod crodt ton* WILLIAMI IIFVICI CENTER ,)
A... II IntorotlooV cell Wade fumlihod. 11? IW lit* It. CALL FR 6-8269 ploco molt lowing malt ..... Py HI. '> II a trl M My. .. M mo. or pay ..... Rd. m.3f31
will rent.'itl I Mom, Ill MM ......... Only Norwood Node, 174-1301.: Apt. 3. Apply In M'ton.RIOICORATIO .111 ollk ruins hrt *ntluidriiur I ...o up ...,. ol 17 por. no. one* ol 171 w" Jimmy Crooby HowtMm
113,7X01 with MM at down hondliil, ....... blob Dot,-, Mil writ Hmmy Crf Con Dol.' OolnoovliM., Su. : MARTIN flew lurnece wllll
M OFFICI HIKING. wcloul dpi, <2 Machinery' i T.... .. ..... (not.. pilot: only Ilk Yars ,
Nymad. 0 .V/11/114 IIuW" I SR CM. tans II P IN II 131 trol Iron kllchoit curtolmi cur. Don. Dol. 0. ... SIATUHAL ... sally
f wolor "'mlIII. p.r ..... Prefer bomottor Ins... .'id. Coil till new, will Mil for
9 Here's ;what ya u r IF Y0U ore now In rente ond lot "Kill ON M NW 1. .,. Call couple. M ...... 331 NW 411I 4" screw culllnsociilon, Heellolhe. fold clothes motorlili' or Intonti Kj wkkor turn long OUWIINOS. UPMOIITIIIVCnolro : 1)0. FR 4.UO. ""
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will need a hem Ironed me lire 371 mi Av. Cell FR 4-47SS Moke ...on Ills ueronto. > kid' wool bimkoui. ciotn- 1f Autumn HIM Npr1Y monoy. ....,.. ell oneMI. '
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; COSTS :- -- A-l _" .. MM Nl VthOrhro. iiovot Ion : down M IS Mr nrniHlFro. TWO IPOCO 5 one
the M mink itoio Ooubio
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vacancy InlsrsetiM 11,11 .: .Ill. ems 42 tttmi i A...... 4< Muraline. Apes. F* 3411 .lot. in* oiodrlc Mi bookti hootlns, coiiumilowolryi pod"punoii lor v.,.. ".. iocrHle polt M Ivory. MHmotoi torvlco. ,All Ptc work up. ond ouoronMod. do- lee coil"4llv *.t Mtl 1>03 alto lw 4 flh:3S
m PlocK Acre lwor 4103. IIw 1IIIt: Ave. N
( Shills WATtS TANK AND PUMP 'L Ps 'I
EVERY .
YOU CAY pSNw ...'ort.ln..... 155use.. I "' /' 15" CCs DUPLEX kIIcNarllw Wotor tonk MN ..,. llorooo cop.lulloWo .. ,Od"' 374-_ 1115.W Phono Bo-mo. 'M.
II' ra51M Iwe cer _...sd :.tllL. LIII. "r.r=.= .ISIS _...1..... 751. CambinI111.I for. omoll houilnf, do.volopmont LIT'I TRAOC TWO Sihomo. ....., otiortod rollnliuTi"Cft9orno .
until ... ... m0. Iran 0eI0I I Ioc. SINGERAUTO WANT TO IIuW .... /I'.. dell wi'
It Is rented: 111 s/r15gr II m. Dam .1511.. Coll' or cotll ronch. Wotorpumpi soMI robullt! WASHCHI 1519 bads Wick.
115114 Is city sumac,. 0w0I0 Mn. Corolyn. Maya, 372-_ Ilanh,. Cftlltl..... 11. ..... C.N'nun. TVi hp Sorkoloy Oo.p ZIG ZAG NIr"tr.d4N1s. 5aaltllss.lIy .55111 BO.VJO.J MfZeo.l. P .OI.OERATORS m1c51nchair' Call 37..1211 5y
will comldor your OUOYlIMITH.IIALTOIl1121I Woll Turbine, phew. motor, towthon now 1'- 4 OIIHWAIHI ..Ira.DON'T.
J III RENT YOUR LOSS /.7515.. 1515515 W 017NIMmS W. Unlv. Av*. ono yoor .... Frko to MnoMtlnod. Des OAfOrylrilngi' buttonholot, WILSON'S EXCHANGE Trodo your .lr condltlonorb |unlor
: /. 41 HMM lw HOP ._ Suyor to ......... ov.rcMtiloncy. '- 111 t 1. lit ItfoH pnom P" ..." woof havo you. mo"l" 5,1051115 71.5? .cam, IIpIs .
80 ACRES A I HANDYMAN SHOP Fit .0117 ,5114 Lustre 1Mm..NlmM.le
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; IS: PER DAY IS: J. W. NIA N wusrry, idly c........ MELROSE 3 BR 2 both7 $65 _from 4>13.orFRH34l.. .1 FR MUI FM 511c.5.5rvtoo.Mlkssl's lowlns Mochm", lorvIIS ONI SECRETARY TOLL LAMPULLJIII DIM BABY BED rapid r15olll 51..S. 5.01 MeO..I"111.Irlc .. .,
1131 ocro D.II COM s5amlela
7 KIRKPATRICKASWCIATISl il. 5541.700Nawbsrry Per month Ph. 476-4061 W. Unlv. 171-11 SASV edit, W/10" "", mottroui. Salty. cor- .vllld lima 1
W par .... .. .a p?. day or 475-2165 <4rofrlf H..IIe O.dp < ItlI'OSlIIIID UltIlITU.1 CALL. 174-712 ,saes, ".,._. 374-mt. pln Cuntor. .
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531 $7 ..... .. ." pp .. d ry N. M.... ..- Ps 1.111 41 H..... for ... U...,.. va"y .AnlACliVI w-oro. ill 'omll lo, 1.51 15.13151thmp WIN. ., Whet with. kuifilte.....11I. drouer fieeoVboor

Floyd M.'I._ Irond ._" 257 ACRES I .... A-l roducod N $71 with m"?... W.,.... knee
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Cdpt. A. W. ROOM U1N Rot.Lovta sin urn locotlCl ... wick Mlo. 374-IP04. Del. do* end choir, 4 PCoctloMl

I W..p1.' m.. .. 11.11 Ps? day tlrklond. Ion OfUHii ONLY $165 a5.raS 102. NW 4111 pack Av.. C.II Len.PI lisle bacb HOLLVWOOO"Immsls ........ bod wth bw e lulls .es2 I ic. Dinette Sol lot* .bed. J
II, sprlnN 114 m.55rSa1.WI
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T4T WNr ..... "11.11 pa,. d5.d' McKINNEY PER ACRE M.1N kllCllOll ...... wll11011/ Kin. Lonfttl foom rubber condltioni bed-
1 I M HOUII e,1alr.. 120. 11"'''. 41111..11501 I
GREEN 11,174 por yoor Incas Irom toll With IMVO aid rtlrlgortlorltS4 Low prlcn with low ....'.I .
1 PI .N' ..... 5311 p5 day bonk Mr I moro years on IVocroo. NW lilt A... T-A-a APPLIANCES ......' 11,01g. .
DEATON Solonco ol 11* ocrol m jnl ottor I p.m. wookdoytAVAILA1LI looted and Ouwenteed MeDAN'IfL 'U.NITU.I co. 1 I
1 575 p.. ..... 11Jl p. day MALTOftl woodt. Booulltvl Il......,... .Lo.colod NOVIMSI' I 4S RetrlMritor from Ot M 0.1111. Sblpk 11.505? r
don. w mlM NW ofO.lnotvlllo. 1 .11. 1 Mm. P5. rm.. 115/11. Ronpet from SIP u. ))1 )1I ,
W Par m5. .. 12.M N? dill For full MormoHonMl m. Noor ochoolo NI Mellon 17 W515erSturn lit ue $6 PER MONTH 1 I
J. J. FINLEY
CM' Mr .Toylor' 37) loM dale S 5,7,70rain M* u* '44 nwool ouMmoHe
ill per m. 12.12 pa? day If you hovo lerM lomlly end ?> i S Food-FrMHr from Mf up 1315 1511510 MIIICC s w M 1

Sill, ...... ,,' 5105 .3.' day wont twmi plenty will. sill of. room you,well thli -Me 4 University Realty 3 BR HOUSE $40 MO. :S Olnw/eMien' from let up moclilnoT Tdli" ",och''.. dooo alp
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IN par ..... ,: Sill 115 ely trd Moot, leoeny fec.... within Ills PN H.3)11311 MllnSt. 141* HAWTHORN APPLY AT ROAD I ." NW ../k AvoPh. 371MM buttonlioMi and lorn Tok.on ovw outtono.. DO YOU NEED A I

S block. _alkw echoe Paves W. M. M"" .... RN105r, WI i hovo oovorol vnhimloltodhomoi DISCOUNTPRICES /Mn.1 ipy1Pe111 of 55. '."
1 11.11' p, mw i N.a N? day 1111.11 Thlo Mw/slid Ii n 511.1 lot for 715n2 or. ...., 1 br.Fordyc. Crodlt M..._. 171-'''. Oooior'

DillonPriced: ,::rce\r'-:\ : $125 PER ACRE ft AIOKIOIOI' Inc. TV POs IAL. .. Lee .._ loMo -
:I cALL 378.1411 Con '. fjl* "_.* w''"" low US Acre IM ........). W mild' RooltorMl model werki. .... Will /111
u. MiNwly front***, oil '- /. W. Unlv 1741134br Wd und.n.11 rybody. MS c.... MS M I1""$ A.. JTo-
mil 1111pe pLrNW ....... Small lob. C. .J HENDRFURNITURE IS41.ejuollty. 1
you oi poonvt ok .,.
'f0 PLACE YOUR you buy. Call ,r 3-J4I7. Mmonto Only IP pw cont dews. .Mil.N M.I.* N.II W.Tor 34 111.1100.W co. 'OllIlllICA tip lfs2r' ....,.. SECOND CAR 11
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LITTLEWOOO ROAM r.Ti MARY MOELLER REALTOR UK Avo. ot 10th St. : Maul1511.0.101.115 Asa Tel '

; :SUN RENTAL Thli cetlon H .-tine Went hem door kt t*M the Idoll ochoolt .. ANGLE C. L. Anglo, tnkor IITATI III' W.,,U''Iy, ...,.' Ave. TWIN In oneollont BED, condition COMPLETE. m 1c. upholiMry_...... .
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MN NWI.I".It homo m DN1w11aSly.
: WANT ADS Control Hoot I yr.M. 4034 Phon N. W.1704010IM 13th M. wool ,..... UN dawn ond M ADVearu. IN Tics515151C5 A' "mill.C.II' 71. .I"TIIII- ...,.... 1
1 Much ...1.... Much deolrodtown pal ..... or will ront Mr. M por4f DIRICr0RrMy 311. "_. RAMBLER FOR 65 AND
niN01Nhasd.. TM 1101. Ills 1,01 ocnn 1 br. ---C; _.,0. P11s PS 10211 \
ond muof Mil Frlco now / 4 *quip, I 1
i :15 "- .. hi.d reduced I* II._.... Con MFMA E"i:"*"** ..... Pw RentOHltrootMrklns. RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
Flnencod 'InvMtlsot thliprooorty 414 Ml.
... .... MY15 buy Thli I ** > SAFE BUYUSED
J I '" tt. "OM' 1ft lII'u. VrdyM 4 AiHclilol' lilcu "OOM ((055 IN
has w5't 15 5 510 marks.ISL. Ind.IM .
:: :,;:. :assumeh..s pm1&n.0: Call FR" 1-3417. W. ullv.R*',"* Ill II INO PL.' \

v .r low .._-,. 3111414alltr S7MD4I CALL :171ISMlw .
I P M. INCOME PROPERTY I Aero. I. w. m Acno W. CARS NOW'
If you .,* tooklns' for pnMrtywith 11 Ayres, Ws .11 Acres s. W. NIILY 'U.H..H.D llOOM ,Car..
'1I-IIIW 5111 I1 IS hem In 01111.11 M awn a Id Univ.
waPal.. M (Mcas. .M uo slam you I. Ames seer 05111 ,.? ....._ ..1145I /.
Ills nke S itory duals' Fully no-Mi/ LOWEST PRICES
inn ii. HIGHEST QUALITY
clown :
$300
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fumlthod I lino per monthIncome. MARY MOELLER REALTOR
'" :on r :" Seed condition. ond ..... .mw.Unhgn.WAy l > TO 5151111$: SmNI. = = MAKES IT POSSIBLE FOR YOU TO
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: Pt,, "';. Paved linen The price Mud M I'
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i P05! SALI IM ten of '...... INN FORDCOUNT
MODERN
buy. Cal' FR Soio
: 1617. you tins. 1ft weN saclle5 N A....... ROOMS 1H block 500 TRADE YOUR. PRESENT CAR FOR
". wl/h e.n 1511 Cal P/ HIll from cornpuo, m IW lo Ave. ... 12,000 rnUei i
NrJ': :. ..l.U::. 5. 1001111 = _awnl01l3410' Cell 171-1311 sill | r... MI5
dew 5 devil .a,.... 14$10.CelShuclNn .y. ASSOCIATES 5/1151/5 517. 4 dos (Lin- '
CM J7Hd4 or 37.'Y J. P5 Ouy J.y01 lu/lsrwer/1 4. CeIerM Pre.rlr FOR RINT-Roome end'eon.. AnReooenebio PONTIAC ci-
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STEPHEN FOSTER :/ lk M r151P. MSS. CIII aaslopy. r
, Cenverf.., white. air conditioned ,
Hues /170505. Ii /vI.. Fills NICI COMFOFJTASIIpriveto 75115 In J
HEIGHTS MUM llreplec. hi 'emllW Vbllresrly' 'H home for. Chrlillon lad?. 64 COMET R iv H, I Ips.
resin, Kitchen ..."'.. built.pontry Now eea I S'S 110III. CM 3744314 enyllm weekden. 2795 J
.. L11dld II N.W. I1tIt PI_ a M. loundry 11a11s.N H.I..3111ITowaay.Nyth.nl. L.... .net Ills? 15 Sulld.v PI. 5. . . l. '. . .
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cells/ruclIW. PICk. you? Mcts7 5ulld.rs 50 Millie Ht1MSPURNUMID

155.1. Ns. VA a P54 T_. | ...".'. Nell with Mih beoutmilly hoi nil tiled end ntrf 31.1011 '63 PORSCHE ew: :: 2995
.N. 11154' vonlllet.' Tw cor treiier end coMni tor .I MONTHLY PAYMENT
ill M ....... Mil N.W. Mm Av .TMOMMF O ....LI ...... Wald hNnlsh.d 1 117 C5
Capital ..114.,.. I... nue Alas' now Mm ot 44MN I 4 I Mdroomi, si tin SI. 4 41151.1.,..r.r: ; ......fII. Ps, mileegs! ton.1575
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FOR LENT IM MONTH 1350 t.

374-5N' 3'._ I 15.000 miles, white like new '. .

TRAILER SPACE YOU CAN KEEP YOUR PRESENT CAR
SERVICES FOR IsleT o 1
SM MONTH 63 MERCURY : :rey's's'wey'tlonsd : ,
........,, T,.".. Pork
_...,,. ,Ie. 2595 AND PURCHASE A NEW
leaded. . . . . r

!: Home And TRAILER. IS. ....LOr.. 0"for A'ren''II' 0 I5r '65 RAMBLER OR USED CAR
I Business Read Mar U,. 3.6110. '62 CORVAIR R b; ;. 1395 I ,

SNA W..... T. .... AND HAVE ONLY 1 LOW

ulldoitutMorffoo, 1..01.. III 'UIIH. "' ''T. Olt HOUe '62 LANCER tri"H.1295: \
Hortlnt vII,. arM.Jon I. within 0.115. MONTHLY PAYMENT.

IMALL .1_. 5,15. aims uo YOU "..... 715144 ... ... C.II 37.55/1
_Nyemy sell MW5 NN .1n. Sins *. T. Ira 75111. 557155e.:75'::51 lS5r5. IITIRIO coupio doilrao Nlomul nIl : BANK RATE I
.1711da or rn.yM 0 comploio hom.j lumlilMO Hww. 61 FALCON : & 825 LOW-LOW FINANCING J
For 0 fr*. .lksals. 4 ....,.. PIt" overage
Irokor tood work Inns Cad c. 378.1500

51.1555, V$410. 52 ........ W..... .
Moiruacu MOIST 61 CHEVROLET: ft HCo' !
sew Popor
2-DOOR
Honslno Filntln RAMBLER AMERICAN
.141 por MM ......... Torml t* Til* *f All iKA 111,5515 Z95

J 1,1511 der ': SUIID' RSFINAMCI C.Dry C.woll GREEN work C'-"m ROOM /ars and BOARD 51111115. 15.11 good"buy. . . . . . Lowest Price I

Cal Met_ .. 5.740. 337 S W 111 ece t

'HA Dan a4 Byrd eevsn01ne P s. 376-317J N Owesdesrad / Reefing" 111111 51 OHMM-Dnk Sp.lI '60 CHEVROLET ::::;,;1350 American Built Car i

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MS I wNl Nl Call P5 ed1NN
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AID COMvSNTIONAt Up"""'" S Mocko norm of OMCO court Ckoko Rambler Dealer I
UNIVO:5111: home. Cal Hew.N. lit
1111 w. 'N 511415IL M.1n. FR Ht4. 1962 1963 1964
Auto Gloss 5150 .ow lurndur* ,

'O'DYC.eL'Ir.,. A. .C-.AT"tills. INC. m=. prlcoo.HIll CM 411 lolly N.W: $4 1.11..1 11.35M ALL HAVE R b H Ridgway Motor Co. 11
AUTO lila. II 50 54111 Null' I3HI TorGorofjo.
moo knnvMiot 501.1.1.*, I2e W, uslI0. V.Ifea INI
Mouty Iroo Kdiup 4 volu 4 ..I.*...,your,. Add cor. HOME REPAIRS Doors DAN BYRD'n 2 DOORS. 4 DOORS tr CONVERTIBLES *1 897? NO MONEY DOWN

MAUI DIN'S AUTO .l AM CO. 376-8268 Mf,IOHT
U< MW. *.* U, F* d o o o ooooo o ooo ,
.23170
MOMS ltI'AIIlINO AND 'A'NT.' ARAOI OOOR SFICIAIIIViMIollollon POI ITOIII a WAS.MOuslKcal Menufechners Suggests 1
INO by. o>porionco* 4 ,'roMlr Novlni MrMO 4,55 MNr//N 11.154. r-
Auto ftjulpmontNTCRAUl PJJ.no M. IW'II.,. W1-7HS workor.or FRRIPAIRtRSMOOIUNO I 5.51.da.wvslul 1' I P M.Coll A01yla5.Mioro '62 FIAT :tru. macs '745 Retail Price Flue Tax I .-
too4
5.145. R. 0. COIL FOR LIAII, UN It. own ondworonouw. .
1C JACKIrebuilt4
*>cnene.d> .loelr kit* totW.lkor ""INTINO 171 NW HIM Ass .1155 mi por mo.kKMlon Concrolo. ond ALL THESE EXTRA VALUES AT NO EXTRA COST i

Jock* Factory oldie ovmorllod : All Worn _,..._ WstCRVITAL Mk.1ylu1Nb..esd CM AlA.CHUA 59 VOLKSWAGEN
lervteo W.IINl1a '' SRAKS jock I t* 1* Veer Ftoonclnfl Av.lleMI Drinking RIALTV. AIXXIATI1, Block. 0./.3..4151 P5.0 5115155 Foom Coofcoo Pro' o SM.__ Inilninool tMMotoUAdtootnn I ;\
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115,14 M 1515 5esr4 N 55* : ._ 'a" 3100 miles. If AN 111 SC.
AcJvurtlslitfSOOKWAtCM 11ll.esl.lrads. 445. M. 545.115 Y1a51YN5I Nd
PAINTING Spnngt Woidr CaTELEVISION Mm. M..1 37M44 or 1111174 59 FIAT JOLLY knew 5Kbessed ..... wmi Roor.,.rM loo.ondod r,.
_PhOM_ OR SAM IttM N
led MO"lGllIo""NCI AOVSirillNApproisol MIVIM 055, Mm pk.4at De II ulldlnf, W-(Moj. MO It. It'i a hooch 111.0 l14 5.314 .a PloJlHond ...... SotMry ond Ton* I,
Cad Me0. SIKb1Ncb 50wMODERN ow mo. Call Monholl Heyne. Golf 111451 TOSS .5.3,11 1.54O.3. ..- 5 515..115 001115CM
M baggy ,
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PKTURI lull "ROM ooocwTiloor 4-71II. Go......... Estate Co,. ,
SorvlfO koA *.>* III owion awl I IHAVI ALL KINDIOlbulldlnMrent J

PAINTING CO. lull loi.ndFJIonn I yoor TYe51 Ww.av.n loocw... lid :=' Cetrotrnor.toy. ..: A GOOD SELECTION OF CMIAPIES

Peas IIALIORISAL S. ARNOLD "AINTING. 115415. 5? 11/11.. rye VARIIIY 0.1. M A.IIORIt .. .. Jr .,..... AT Ridgway Motor Co. \ ;

ISIAfl AFPRAIISrvloM IN kIMP"/N5s. eer pw or 4 I TocHnklont wmi M Peon o 4 lilT AIL OR SUIINIMroM. NKO tor
011v405 IOM dinoronco Mrionc on on lnlmCONSTRUCTION | Mono harm of 555.1isuse.
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N. "M.M.. 741111/

Mac.... ....... Interior DtcorotitifVon4itory I : .... USED CARS I 2 LOCATIONS 2 ;
5NV 515. o".tIIOIIIiot 1132 S. MAIN ST. 300 N.W.8th AVE. 7;

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Mnu. .tc. Poymonti of .....,. kw mlN*. sill I .. ....,.., ww point ftbottorv Cloon Mod con Ptvrfc <100
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r .ortoct condition. Ptmno J7-.OM. 15515" A ....tor. 5w "_ ......
It COMPLETE ....ou,... ooulomwTlCKoop 1 01500. 1550. Call PR 44075. THIS IS YOURINVITATION
tor WJlcK ..... Mo a CATALINA PONTIAC' ko.o>
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f. 'tlowborry. ".. nr..n ... Mm bock... l>t.'..
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1 UIIO. mill'. Mil .MM motclimctioir 11 50a55 c..... PR 31571.
to* wilt
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IS u,. Coil wrlne U up.M 1951 CHEVY COME SEE AND DRIVE :
t. Isis M 1-4371: '""Jwl lor |lusI ootllni wwinA
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CRIVROICT _'... .. THE SENSIBLESPECTACULARS
c .... .111.
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PI/L 000'' ,.
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...rli.. Johnson All, In Meet ,* CHIVY .
*nt cant SocrHIC for .n 1 p Mom. MK. front R4H
'4d.II' ,175 C.II 1541551. Vory roioonoblo. Coll Roy Itt '
I 371477.srsl1s .. THE NEW 65 RAMBLER

1 72 OHltM f..I ...... .
Spas Cn
l HIIO ... ..LACI TO 51H Don' SALE! ,
AMERICAN CLASSIC
M "ring trotei tot PsiNr.CMIr -
if of 55554 S chaw wtlllI KARMANN-GHIA CONY.

I I# INd. C.II :3731535.55450E1'2 OUTPITT COMPUTEDFPICI IS 1tQ....-. 0ceI.lie .psas_'T 5431.5551.... SHdr n.COIVUTTI AMBASSADORConvertibles


15511.11 .....

; :... fantasticBargainsl 925551 55551/15 ill .532:. "..M.I" 2-doors II I I

HILLMAN, .. /WAGON
.11 .....nol. now tlm, run ....

' 1157 tort 55610.3713.RENAULT Konomwl mSCh.ltCally O"'U"H'NI., IrMtportotion.ItM .cod' I 5543.r.. 4-doors Station Wagons6s $SAVE HUNDREDS of DOLLARS

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I 11504.. D5I..or,J1t.JIJ.. 00 mil 5r Per 555..1.II 5500.037 V8s
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title nudilnt wt how
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and tr>' ,

' + 11EM'1,,Iddl com rl.la.5011'rogiitort, ',..ukulotri choclwrlton Phone 372.7381 ON A LIKE NEW 1964 DEMONSTRATOR OR EXECUTIVE CAR ALL'
,
11 win .
ri. lilt t.bin.ls..tc. T..55Idk 605515' 55nn .u Weekly
rebuilt 1.M ulld ni10hIMI 5 l5 Good 91. 8n. N.1.r .
51 low "'.... 00L :304 NW lltn SIVOLMWAOON .
We ..,.,.. 041. $7500 ot ..One.IaSlp _. Call$11,7. until N55r t II...."... p ... ,11I H41t, FULLY GUARANTEED. CHEVROLETS CHEVELLES CORVAIRS
ift. MOlT IIIASONA'l' RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
... .
FULLY (OP.IMINOTOM 1141 M H mi"*
UNIVERSITY OPPICEQUIP.' a r55/ S.rV,2.Will 1155 M !" CHEVY II's.
Pip CHICK .IIOCTICTOII CO. then Ie".' mlloi. Ilk.JAU .
I'S n HW 61ft 55 /. I III _1I1on. .11I Jo72"
PR 2.903 .. ,11I I-I'IS NOW 2 LOCATIONS
Ursa, .toir
oloctrlc lyprwrllor. 111.51.r! '...... .1 ANOLIA
IIISl UndOfWooi nwnuol U*,. .i51 hNl 5111 .... .
.....I".M7J.. condition CM BUT efl.r l I'44 l, 941155.11.0.RENAULT DAUPHINE C. Mille Mcc.C1 7500rnlloi. 1132 300 ALL OF OUR SALESMEN MUST SELL HIS PERSONAL -.

pr'" tini M., bo won S. MAIN ST. I N.W. 8th AVE.
Mwtol Merc-in1 HI ISM ..
SW WIN A. or Kill M
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MAGNUS DIAMOND ORGAN If.. DWIC -... FR 2-8433 372-3005 I
II... "'"M- ...",.' 5600. I IN' INOLISH FORD .lISt
...n," 371772I Call 7736011 OI'or A P M.

[ wny puy GRAND. wooa PIANO.,... piMwrluy NEW 1965! THESE MEN ARE REALLY ANXIOUS TO'MAKE

Idocorotor. tomoui ooHyio.Kimball iron* I

1 1 4 *? win' nuicnmi. IKoptini w MUSIC boncn 110.OP.IDLIV COOolimvlllo tor CtnlorPIMM .itimio GET A TRIPLE PLUS A DEAL! ,.



1 WILL tromtar I* roopmolM* Mrtf
140015 ot lour tdntt or ctnoonlotMO.
Etior, .lplnt Pick ul"!poymonrt.<. trot ot tock wur RED TAG USED CARAT

u =lov .KM..."r.-wuriltttr' ....OrM o '5155N wild.1 DON'T WAil THESE WONT LAST!!

452 ST Ill. lAIIL't PIANO. CO.
M W. unlv Av*. 5714531.

', POR SALE wild 160sNI l01, BARKLEY MOTORS
45. ,,1 4 Al Ills. W. "'"' ncN1.d 15141.

1 iI;ks :..."':/1 5011011.. Mo*:'irtur 05 '64 MALIBU '64 MONIA "64 NOVA "64 IMPALA

p ,1 14 .10111..1155 7.n555 1151 N.t5I Mr .11 Illy OAINIVll.ll M NIi SPECIAL OFFER Super Spat 10M. with red Cou .. Wllit. with soil M. CouQt. SII.er brut wIlls blut 4.dr. wd.n .whit and 51115

r 1 MUSIC CINIIF.. 10. *, In..rto. Pow.rgl51, '5. A tenor. P0W.fll.lI. 110 h p. 'Interior lgUlopld with Pow. bl... P.w.rIldl PS. PS. RH
i4 371.311.UPRIGHT
umv AVO P8. podded dash. tinted 111 111. 116H. cere: group 6 .rllds 116M. tIMId w.nd Go H. Just lIEs brand IItw. -
PIANO ndshl.ld. tln..d glass' shl.ld. ac I
Good condition, US. Cal FK
t,1 0541 alto S F X. So SH 5.. S..
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.' CLOSi 5501 C.out....M4 II twidol IIft'oII ."JJJJWoinul Mr. 3.ssi. Horw.1I Mr. Gory Sill. M,. Go.". FFSktlR Mr. D ". RohR

or MonotonyLilliMfi .
Muile Itort $25 $25 .'
ill t I. Pint Itrool
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"tomoHve RED TAG CERTIFICATE I '64 EL CAMINO '64 NOVA '64 IMPALA '64 MALIIUWhit. .

.... .. THE /lINH11t. k w.Itb $2S 1s s..s t. Rh. 111.1.11w with .d In.IOI' 4.d. whits with blue Inl..ln. 4.d,. whit. and liI".r blut. Coup.. Whit. with blue In.E'1ulpped .
ItMttr tb. p.r.h.s. 5f ..y RID TAO ..r .s 115 IN. / w.h PowupIda. "ulpped with 'o..ollde. '''pPld' with P"'trollda. IIr'm.' ul",1t with ,....".
cyciM I O.ly .M evtific.t. wits. NtE p5ltb./.. \ 220 h p. y.1J .ngln.. ECIHI 1.8 11QIn.. 116H and tlnt.d Air Cond,. PS PB. RGHlid... AIR COND, 'S, Pe.
I .J SIIMAN IAOLI inotor P2S padded windsh2ld, tlnId nd pow.5 ...t.. 116H. dash.. Itc.M .
only" im ",lIn. t H* P dOlhSH Th. P.ddei
I WNf' will, doctrlcol, end Rtoiw- ; $25 S.. SNIT.s is r .
II .nine. ,.....11" cool tut ,. L.w1 W11sos M,. Paul G.rmonR S.o Say .. uti Mr. A. L $.w.R
'critic lot Mi* tor Juki
1 : All IW Will St. Flltv 1dY1
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II 15l "IIV. DAVIDSON, 01l. .
C, 0011 5175,1 P M. Po..tl.0 Carolina 4 door GMe'Ia _-
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M. ..v IIPIC Davl55.5, 1111 001 Idly, ..Gilds.qul.P ''" 64 hardtop, power steering, 62 cI.o" . 'I 095 21 ALL NEW 1964 MODELS ALL-
'. :35511411i
I .55111... ....515551......... 100 a.en .- power brakes, radio heater, like PLUS
a 1./N. C." 37-5517 ..ew Meteor 4-door ..eI..., aircondltloiiini.
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'.55. 51040. 1171 Tbur4 11I1....14,000, . . 3095 62 $lit AC PRICED TO SAVE YOU MONEY /
IOY3
:f AUOMOIIII HIPAIUel ra..o, heater . .

154l / Mercury SS5 bucket M.ri. I I
7I WINTERIZED N.cl votl' M NOW' 63 local owner, $AAOC II tl Mercadet 4 door ....., I

t. In'S1a eur.-55010 OWI 555401. MOTOR 4551.CO. I...... . . ZO7*> 0 radio $2695 .
Get dial all S. and visit ski modems '
most
104 N. Main, W. heater . . our Cln new Qulck.I..y. 'I
( ViUtlSON
19d5 MODELS SERVICE DEPARTMENT ON THE SPOT
.i$ 1'I II : out. pilnllnfy Cherrolet Jmpala, ...to. wick LeSobre! 4 door I

t 5 1151 4 .1. All", ...work... ....on..*_truck 1.1' 63 ...t'c' tranimltiron, power 62 hardtop, $1 AAA beforl you buy any car! In Northctntrel "or'd.' FINANCING!

.. 1 wtIM Rd ttaarlnf Pow.r brtket, $O4QC loaded 1777

r 41.1.4.0.1 fer .... vary nwe . . I

5 't. .'IiLlh CI..lie ....r.I ".... / Rambler Motion wof on, 4-
..III on..... end ..... laei / Chevrolet Impale 4 deer 62 door, autemetle trommltlion -
11'.11 In :It n1E. IN end VLSIG
-.,. 11100. m_. 63 Is.rdtop,10.11., f radio, hooter )l CQC

MERCURY ADM tr_'UI. rill STATION I bills WAGON.. 5114'I . . . . 2495 conditlonln| lJ7f I
..... .- c511111M., OM .111. SPECIAL USED CAR SALE!
.. C.''i 7722700._ 2 doer tedaa
/! Camot
MUST SILL IMMtOIATILV 'NCnovy Ford XL 500 .....III.tle / >
ISIS .415dsd.A *M*MM tor wills bail.115 ilm.*. 63 tremmiuloii, power st..r- OZ ttandord tranimlttloti, radio

2I 2. 6C7. .. ....... air $4) hosts' reel 1295
power JAP
gi "t::'EVROUIT IMPALA condHionad / ". All uNd can in our inventory ev.r 20 days have been cut 175 to $375 dollar and mutt b. toM this

CALL 481.2381PLYMOUTMFURY ( month Dealer* welcome t _
4 door 50455.I
Chevrolet .
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, ) J7.-Jlt.. 1111 NW UHITor stooril5.. power $O1OC heater real cleen, 1295 $195

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low ....*.*. MW MMi
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M O"0 AUTO '63 hordtep. speed, Deyphiae, M "
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CHEAP }78.g 6 I FM ... Chevrolet lalolr 2 ...' '
radio factory ,- $ 62 i BUICK 61 VOLKSWAGIN 51 Wlllof ,. .
I '41 IMPALA ..0,. raiiry, lecoy ...'",. 3695 61 1 lie,.,.,. 213 VI. ttendord I I_It (_.. W .. I.. VA FO Ft,
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heater 1 07 > ton*. Ft Tw I*. no*. pviXM ftr Iwe 111551 we Mr $2195
XDiMoiTTituiiy
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loiMi* I5.1 5.51I 63
Coil vt-ait..$. im MrMr hardtop. taper iport e).ipme Vtlktwefen. convertible. $2340 -$1320.. I
I I CKO" MINI t P.M. *>t with/ beiKh 60 ..410 ...... a
$2395
,i lf:*>::sr..050."V Mils MOUTH.An5 1555 l.5 Allis::115115-= ..... .. . ".t., '. . M09S I goV. '63 PONTIAC '
56 FORD
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conomlcol tr_.._ _ooTw > Volfciwaaen, ...- MtrriVW. "M 555
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AUTOMOBILEPRECEDING VALUE AND QUALITY

E ', '\.: If:::' 1. Expert reconditioning. Two full

= ... ,_ 1iJ. time used cor m.chanicslln.p.ct reconditioning .
,ONf, procedures and focili NOCAR.
ADS ties. i iIi

2.Written Warranty-Backed by the
full facilities and reputation of B&C iI

; Motors. Satisfied customers ore our

',' greatest clllet.,As.your,local dealer
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A we con serve you best.
3. R.liabl. .al.sm.n-No high pressure -
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PAGE ': misleading salesmanship.

..... 4. Price label on each windshield or SHORTAGEHERE"
left vent glass. I
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5.Only B&G trade-ins handled, no

auction, rental or police cars.CADILLAC .

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It's '60 SEDAN. Whit..
Yes! True! '
63 SEDAN D I not air" $1QOC
VILLE. Factory air" condition' 1779
NO FLIMFLAMNO cOlld.,fully'4495 '59 SEDAN. White'

GIMMICKS( 61 equipped SEDAN" DE Si' . 1595 !
: VILLE. Factory air" '57 FLEET W 0 0 D.
Factory air" condition
New 1965 GMC Pickups .condition2795. $701
: ,loaded . /7? t
'60 SEDAN. Factory '56 COUPE D I
; air" co"d'' $31 OCHotline. VILLE. Factory air

. 1788Tropical ,blue A 1 77 in condition4QC' WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF BRAND NEW FACTORY FRESH


i : OLDSMOBILE'n 1965 FORDS READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
I *S HARDTOP '60 98 SEDAN. Foe- !!
COUPE.' Factory sir tory air" $
condition2895 cond.'. .i. 1395
'6098HARDTOP I
Pontiac 63 98 LUXURY SB- SEDAN." "$13QC
DAN. Factory elr Power suer.cendition 1477

:! GMC Truck Center .' 3095 '59 88 HARDTOP
j COUPE. 5
220 N W Stk Are. FR 2.2513 DAN.62 SUPER Factory 88 air SE- Power steering.77 QOC J l Y -1r
SUPER 8 8 f
eond.,fully$44011 58 ,
37 J HARDTOP $ OC
quipped' A
88 SEDAN. COUPE 079
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58 88 SEDAN. Air"
RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. Whl$1995 conditloll'
.. 1111" to .$695
61 F-85 STATION I

: NOW TWO LOCATIONSTO A rYAGON.to. trans.$1001 IO7J '58 CONVERTIBLE .-.;$595 \
58882'DR. $
'60 98 HARDTOPSEDAN. 395
, SERVE.THE GROWINGGAINESVILLE Factory airer'r SEDAN I
SE-
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$395BUICK
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1112: 300 white'59' ELECTRA.<. .SEDAN., ,Beoutiful. : 1195
S. MAIN ST. N.W. 8th AVI. '59 LeSAIRt HARDTOP COUPE.
; PR 2-8433 372-3005 Air" conditioning, . ,. $995
'58 SPECIAL HARDTOP SEDAN. $'JAPIng.
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= air condition-' 4 AC .
I GALAXIES
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1 63 Rambler 63 Rambler .
: : Buektt rusts ', LTD'S
/61 MONZA 1295 t"
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lute trans
Statlml ;.gars, "euMrnoiie, 7 4-door; huIWt teen. .
( .1 tranuniuion I I condltlonlno' radio,hooter extra, dio automatic....,.'t.Mm/'on. power/ steering' roo, 'I 58 BEL w'5..11., .. 250 FALCONS
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take, oir' AIRFORD FAIRLANES

$2595 $2395 I
63 FAIRLANE 500 '61 GALAXIE SE
SEDAN. Compact, DAN. Automatic
factory sir" conditiontrsnsmis' '
'63 Ford 162 Rambler ..., V-8 $ lion 1295 HARDTOPS SEDANS STATION ,WAGONS CONVERTIBLES
Am..I,," 4.cIoor, auto- whit 1073 '60 MERCURY.
i.loxle "500" 2.door m.'le .nlmlnlon, radio '62 MERCURY ME- Hardtop Sedan, Foe-
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he.t.
hardtop automatic t'.M'
)conditioning IIlnlon, radio, power, boat,sin", air,. $995 den.'aeto.11495 COli tory d.o'r l. 1095 WE'RE LOADED WITH 1965 TRADE-IN'S-SAVE HUNDREDS OF $$

inti. '61 6ALAXIE SE59 MIRCURY. I
$ 395 DAN. V-8. factory Hardtop Sedan,Mon
161 sir" co.dl. terey. Pewer '64 FALCON "'
V'wagon =1395 695CHRYSLER fALCON 63 61 CHEV 59 FORD.
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.... .. Steering.'
tlo"
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Sunroof,. redlll, h....', ex- 14 terdtow nat..Hunan. u clean.Puisra .Ito aareed "11I10. ter.lIdo. static M.M' ,wagon afar.., 1 cYl., ,_ c.ooo... era eM a eyI. UN. Psrdenetiieatra ",

./63 Rambler, t'a nle. $2144 $1544 $1299 $595'
$1195 62 CROWN IMP. condition$1595
4.cr- lId.n, automatic RIAL. Hardtop Sedan '
,!-'on' radio,.he'"'' DODGE, Phoenix,
air 60 '
,
factory con. '
63 CHEV 62 OLDS 61 PONT 58 YOLKS
$1795 Buick T 2995 hardtop Sedan factory ...... ... .. .... ,..,. ._.. .
161 1m"'i. ru ,
I In'61 ;NEWPORT. SE- ditionlna.Y3 air'' con. $7A .tory.... .e. hit _ann'. W VI ...,... ",w'.. Pe 4M.. IIcfwy Ae. ..'..01. .autametk...n.. _earsolua uN AC.4M a.s.e seen tun sew C"I. eat, MIIi wile Mad
Sp.ciol 4-door, s.d.n, rt.dlo
"'0"'., '59 NEW YORKER.coseditioning.149 $2499
;'!61 Rambler Hardtop Coupe, air" $1899 $1699 $544
$1195 II '60 NEW YORKER. costditloe$1095'

":Jran.miuion ftition' wagon radio, automatic, M.t.r.conditioning. Hardtop Sedan, sir I '63 CHEV '.62 CORY AIR '61 CORY AIR '58 CHRYS '

i ". 160 Ford PONTIAC sewn-,5o4-Ai.. Pe,.rays 4M.rmtsy Oatlwt......'ACt.. wean'-'II.,v.... UN....., M.a, .... ..and "-.n.UrII'. east. AI. aWld AC.I...NrtW. Mr IIonIfotI, tea rash uo

'.: $1195 Station' wagon, edlll, _.utomalatransmiuion h.at.r, '64 CATALINA Hardtop $ $2144
., dean: Sedan, sir conditioning . 3195 $1399 $1099 $699

!j $895 56 HARDTOP SEDAN ,'295 '
61 Ford 63 CHEV '62 PLYM '61 FALCON '60 FORD .
58 SEDAN 295 NAI, a M. .last. V.a ,...... Ur' V4 tlet.t sense .
4 door, automatic trans.Ittis&on Stoo ring.STATION .alt" eR ere. _. wne..usa ... f
, .radio,......",nip 160 V'wagen wan any ewrow Mee tr e.N.r Cot tl..t e 5sedW III P I. to set ., eyI1799 ,

$1195 Comps, ustro nice, you WAGONS' $ $1144 $844 $599 i
I must an this _. awning "<1 '.'5 OLDSMO- 60MERCURY.9
J :' nave, used running water, ILS. Autemetlcrrenimii l peuenter, sir condi

'i" set, $11 1373 AClien tioned.. . 1195 '63 FOlD '62 FOlD '60 PLYM '61 FORD j
/60 ClI'YlJr . po. ..
$1295 OMam...n I M. ran. se a o ..... ......
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DODGE. .
"COCHEVROLETARKWOOD. 61 V-8. e seer 11141. rnn welt Min uaiay ere a ar/y .aN. naei"e Ur. Vi 1'10 '.. .,tM k. Mdww ..Me c-. ,.
t, 1-door, automatic wars.radio' power s t.e r 1 I. f. -

.!, :...lalon. "."'. 160 Falcon I /.I, a..,. $1095, 4 doer, sh oitre..r $I3QC $1899 $1399 $544 $1199 l

jI $7954-door drl... . '59 PLYMOUTH V8
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62 FALCON. 1 door, pow' 695 USED TRUCKS fROM 1957 TO 1964 ALL SIZES fJ
= $595 6 cylinder, entomatkr atM...... ;
'61 RAMBLER.CI....
58 Chevrolet .. 1195l k. 6 cylinder, utemetic OriNTIL*

-cIDar standard tranami';, I 57 Renault .< FALCON. 6 cyl> ..'I mOC SHAW ff a/d0 MONDAY tkr. 1
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Pint heater extra nle. Ind.,. stand. $ tro" "" Hep FRIDAY
D.uphlne 4-c1oor. ON .,ft. 995 '61 RAMBLER, Am- ,
; 74S $250 "60 FORD. 6 cylinder", arks,6 cylinder,anteexetU GAINESVILLE FLA.
tenderd $OACtrenMiiMie
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MAN St4 *. /73WAGEN. ... MOTOR
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)3F NO DOWN PAYMENT CARS
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JOHN HIPP SAYS:WE SET OUT THIS MONTH TO BREAK ALL PREVIUOS SALES RECORDS
Value RatedUiodCort
I 4 door, powor E;,, Ry WE KNEW TO DO THIS WE MUST HAVE THE CLEANEST SELECTIONS OP'

B&G MOTOR CO. '56 NEW YORKER USED CARS IN THI STATE AND SELL THEM AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
C.d4l.. .ow-Hlie nk... radio h....,, utomotfe
2COI NW Ilk St.'II M.InshrlM. i,iiico. .... .. .. .. 395 'THIS IS THE FORMULA FOR SUCCESS! WE GUARANTEE WHEN YOU VISIT OUR

I doer *"* !>. "*or LOT YOU WILL SEE THIS FORMULA BEING PRACTICED.
$ 1.111.R.MI., 1171. .4 41.14.14- 111111 hs. '57 DESOTQ;.-..... power brakoi.oir .
.pis" P1Mt1. radio kootor
cenditioiilii
1141 outomotk trontmlMroii. ... .. .. 395 4 Copeland
MILTON MOTORSm FREE
.. MAIN IT. M Mill FREE CAR
.ute..tl.I HAMS
58 SARATOGA tratds'. .. n41o. ,I k-- COKES'
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fOR TIME THE CORRECT. co"ditionins.. pow, ... ... .. .. .. .. 395

;1 FR 2.1411 I .,, otlten'.tic1rFORD.tross.thsio. ABSOLUTELY NO OBILGATIONUWVltfHMUX'g'Ca! FREE
t ., radio, '
CourtnyO
u., sltr a. .... ... : 295 1961 ti R, COFFEE
...M4MM.M1 ftfc*.. SIMCA '

I. '57 PLYMOUTH 2 door' 6 Cousin John H."MtMdNMuM. begitee t"*ti1E ft
295
BARKLEYMOTORS 'way OH Oct.Hit. .
iyl. ranI pl2 FREE !
DONUTSY'ALL
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M IN THE AUTO GAMES 58 STUDEBAKER w:;;. : .II, .w.y Set, 5 p.m.
lARKLirt THI HXMI _tic tranimlwloii. radio Motor, 2 t* b. fivtnSun.
2201 N.Mile Ii.U 250 tloN.YoodoprMMl ..., ., S p.m.
1-4171 VI.- St ,o.hs..t.b. Jmt "re p In cud rtiit.r,
I to win. win 5 Mmr COME!
GAINESVILLEAUTO '58 ENGLISH FORD 295 i a" pose.n .c.y .....)"tasty I.ce.
SALES
I 1007.....N.1 M 1.111'I ta It. ss PLYMOUTH frade'sntb "' Come see why 45 families have selected a, pre-owned automo-

\I 1i I Northoentrol...I.Ftorrati. slow. rodk. .."'te,. .. .. . .395 I ti bile from the country cousins during the first 23 days of Octo-
Ind..nt 9e.t.r I b.r. SAVE UP TO 25%!
4 der, pswer atoor- rt
59 SARATOGA brakes. 5'
1.E/ power
COMM.ITIAUTOMATIC sir conditloiiliif.. radio, kooloriko. IU "63 OLDS 'CSJ CHEV.CII11 .
,IMIRIIIT ,. ........ .. .. .. .. .. ... Sow95 /.1A c_.. $2288 ''''"', Hr, ........ $2444
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PIICSANYWNII..', 41.111.....Pt.. PI, 4414, 1.r.o1., 1014
Air" M1.1M 1114 1,115.'
\ SOUTHERN 59 CHEVROLETcyl. door '
I'r L...AUTO 4 MnlM : .. radio, fcootor. .2. : 695 Cousin Loon S.
M MM* M.mirn tl wi, 1V'iJ'Vt "63 CHEV. 62 BUICK
ltoo" .
4 '*' powor :
59 DODGE powor broke radio.. koof.r. A $2666 ,.,. .. $1622
.... .AN. MIN "
.utomotk tNt..I. oirra K + .
MIN wIM 1.11 hM1.IKM
C...... .. ...'.'. .. .. 595 a .O .. / 1141.
Complete.Stock
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4 -oontomttlo power stelris5
60 DODGE tram $745 '60 T BIRD '62 FORD
I .1..1e., radio, bestir VI . _.,.... ..,.... .
"Iy $1655 IM IM.N1.N.
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'60 CHEVROLET ".. power. MsAs.. w.1N .... ....,,"" ,1IIyt $144.

brakes, radio. koottr, VI ,
FORDS .Ic.power .. .. ... .. .. ... .. $945
''JMlIC 'CSJChnyli I I IMwNrM

taut.1..14115.._..1.T-llf.I.... .Lid'MM'.. I '60 RAMBLER:.:M; :;':.'495 rMr' .......1..1441..:" 1.14. $2499 .:...:.:...,1.IK1.:::1111.1.N. .1.r.. : $1677
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I '61 PLYMOUTH cyL ietsr.i795

'LlttU Billy" T. '64 CHRYSt 59 BUICK

I & '61 RAMBLER 4 .. .1.'h.. ......1MtIctn. ................ .... $3433 h... ...... '''' $899
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61 MMtM wMIM 's89S
238 W. UiiKoniry .(.lioii. radio. kootor...... .-. .. .. FALCON '.64 CHEV..I1. .
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61 RAMBLER o.t....,.. trommit.ton. r, rMThN1." N.1M.I 11.1114.._1..w nI//K h.14.. 114.. '
.. radio.. kaiser, power roorbifl.. -.
Used <... for ..... sir CMdittMiM" ... .. .. .. ., 1245
With ., withoutradioron. .
''62 FAIRUNE00" MM'Iii". '.' IL'OPEN

Th. enn without, .... .. .....Ie. ,.
diaton, art VWi.Th r VI. : .. .. .. .. ... .... 1295 SUNDAYj
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........ to Mar don't NI4 '62 PLYMOUTH rapt::steer.... DONT FORGET TO

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...... .- 114. 1.n$ ... kootor, sir conditio. ..... .. ... 1079 c..d.aoyw.
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j '62 IMPERIAL =. pew: =
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ON ANY OF THESE CARS!!
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vwU..MIA .62 NEWPORTtWfMfJo power ....... radii MOT. *.f.f pins OuCr I '3i CHEV $el w 39 ;57 CHIV $'A4CO.

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'14 CHEVROLET$1195 I '63 VOLVO ::::; :$..SI695 I ; .. '57 IMP._ w ... .:A39 ....... '.'OO.57...FORD. ..... Y.'. ..... $24 00..
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I Pr j1_ '59 OPEL .. .... .. .. !
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I and Saturday Only! Open Both Days 8 A. M.. 'Til 9 P.. M.



THE GREATEST TWO-DAY SALE OF TH! YEAR! DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED '- BUY NOW AND SAVE_!

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BIG 22.CUPSTEAM IRON. HAMILTON*

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3 H.ot AUTOMATIC SPECIAL ,5 YEAR GUARANTEED ..,,
AutomaticHAIR Vacuum Cleaner 3 St
a PARTY PERK n t 1 ALL Aeouwo. 1tf I
'DRYER Famous MANNfNGIOWMAH'I
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McDuff offers you You save MORE by Every opplionc you ( i
the South's Largest buying from McDuff buy it backed by E f I
Selection of Namotho South'i Lor,- FREE factory-trained
Brand Appliances to. ass Exclusive Appfi- service. a
chooi froml once Dealer! t + 's- "!



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McDuff ,gives you ,'' -, M : I AT. ,ONLY' THIS WEEK-END_ ONLY! !' .

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i .. APPLIANCE OF YOUR CHOI CE NO PAYMENT DUE. UNTIL

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FULL SIZE HO CAPACITY
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AUTOMATIC Deluxe 2-Door
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WASHER' NO FROST FREEZER NO FROST REFRIGERATOR T r

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: 100% ALL- rafrigerator or the(rs.r section UNBELIEVABLE' ',
In thii Gibson baawty not
117 even. a Thimbleful a lifetime!
PORCELAIN' Fresh and froien. foods ere kept
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BOTH OUTSIDE itlck together. No many defroit- $
Ing chores..no pans to empty! 1 =..
AND INSIDE! .,.....
LOADED TO THE HILT Available In whlte.r c.". __
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NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR -
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