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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 24, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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XUSCALOOSA. Alt. (AP) David Ray booted a yard field had broken loose on a 30-yard touchdown run. which would have tied the icon. The ball fell off to the right as

goal In the closing minutes Saturday and gave Alabama a 17-14 With UIIeft, Alabama was stalled on the Florida four and on the gun sounded.It See DetailsIn
Southeastern Conference football victory over the Florida Gators fourth down got the three-pointer. was the sixth straight victory and by far the hardest for

I 1 Twice Alabama bad to come from behind to tie the score. The Florida's Steve Spurrier refused to surrender and drove the Ga third-ranked Alabama, and the first loss In five tries for the Gators. Big Orange

-list time was on a conversion by Ray after fullback Steve Bowman ton to the Alabama seven when Jim Hall tried for a field goal The victory avenged a 104 upset loss to Florida last year.






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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) A aon-for.l'reslclent Committee."Choice" "nothing but a racist flbn."
San Francisco: stripper) whose Pictures of Miss Harrison at
Grandfather Role exposure can be seen In the was filmed as a work In the night dub and modeling :

projected Republican campaign: documentary of the alleged a topless batting suit hi a _,
; Sea. Barry Goldwater Interrupts Us speaking and handshaking film "Choice," has demanded moral decay of America. It was San Francisco park appear in *
to play the role ef Grandfather to Cynthia Ross, a, eae of hit WICHITA FALLS Tex. (AP) payment for the role. sponsored by the Mothers for aMoral the film. BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) -

grandchildren after aba fell asleep ea a whlsUeslop ...... betweeaLos -Sen Barry Goldwater madea Carol Harrison who appearsas America an arm of the Her lawyer, Nathan Cohn Blasting Goldwater's at what he called"reckless.... ...'. .
Aagelcs and Saa DIe,.. Be carried her tram the trait and campaign swing through Lyn Exotica at a North Beach said "some men" got permission Barry
don B. Johnson's home GOP National Committee -and accusations" to the ,
Into the aim his hotelGators state the Moulin make contrary ,?
car taking to night club Rouge to films of Miss Harrison's
Saturday and attacked: the President Friday told the Goldwater head. Intended for a national televl- act by telling her they President Johnson said Bator t
as a man who seeks skm broadcast. day night US. military mlpt.....
win the I
quarters she sue Republican "wanted to be able to show the
"more and more power" over party unless she Is paid "a Goldwater delegates the type of tops the combined strength ef _.
Miss Sen. all nations In world ... ,
the lives of Americans "more reasonable sum" Barry Goldwater orderedthe entertainment which was available history.

and more without end. She added that the check film withdrawn earlier this to them" at the GOP National Johnson wound up eta party =: .

It was the fifth campaign ahould be made out of the John- week and Friday he called It Convention. fund.raising rally here after* a. .,,.
swing through Texas for the campaign swing to Memphisand '

i The CrowdA Republican presidential nominee. Chattanooga Tenn., In ". ... J'

He plans one more trip which he ridiculed me GOP;.. .u
hen next week before the Nov. presidential nominee's position -

I election. Claims 'Venom Filth' on domestic Issues and declared ...... "
welcoming committee for the University of Florida football
Fear Smear
Goldwater has said Texas Is that campaigns of "hate fear ,
team ended frustrated the Gator *"
Saturday almost
night as as
up
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and succeed
one of four key states which will smear cannot
gridders decide the election. The others among the American people." .
Injected
by Republicans ? i
Urged on by Sadie pleas of "come out and greet the Gators, are California Ohio and Illinois. ChargedTo He struck! out In a speech:
hordes of Florida faithful turned out at Gainesville's Municipal Airport NNE
Speaking to a crowd that exceeded WASHINGTON (AP) Democratic specific Republican action or prepared for a partisan audience ,
to welcome their heroes.But .
dispirited the 1,700 capacity of the Dems National Chairman John statement. at the Fifth Regiment lm
It Just Wasn't'' Florida'sjtoy. on Austin Municipal Auditorium M. Bailey appealed directly Armory here at what ha called I

The Gators arrived; the Most campus students appeared pleased Goldwater shifted his fin toJohnson' Saturday to Sen. Barry Gold- He called on Coldwater to his opponent's "heedless talk .,.,.,
WASHINGTON (AP) Re-
fans arrived but not at the and reckless accusations that .
running mate Sen. water to end what called
same If not Jubilant over the publican National Chairman Bailey "stop belittling America" and
tune. Due to a eommuni"cafions our defenses are weakening,
Hubert Humphrey describing the now of "venom and filth the t
"" Gator showing One fraternity
Dean Burch filed formal
snafu, the squad was a complaint "stop running down our great that we are falling behind.
adquately summed the Humphrey as an "officer andlouader" Republican party has injected'Into ) ... ,
."Juube almost an hour ahead of up general of the Americana for Saturday charging that the election nation." "It Is fortunate that these V'
attitude. It sported a large : campaign I
lsctjdule. And sprat SOD fans (Including -. the Democrats are waging "a reckless voices an not believed *=. J
hand letered sign proclaiming, Democratic Action He said the Bailey urged the Republican The Democratic official

campaign of fear smear cov.rup particularly .I!.Iurlea.
this reporter) made the by our friends or by our adver
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trip-toes empty airport "We're proud of the Gators any ADA wants to do sway with all news suppression and arm presidential candidate ta a complained that the ." he said. "We are", \
_j way." loyalty oaths. twisting" letter, to "restore some dignity nominee Is comJ-- l
Republican asking In fact than till
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It was almost. as confusing\ as "It's never hurt me and It's to the campaign. Discuss the stronger ,-"
y the* feat play 'against: never hurt ," Goldwater Burch announced die filing of Issues Talk voters "to believe mat our bind might of all the nations
H Alatama, Cars jnrt piling Into': Crash Kills 2 .. you the complaint with the Fair batomongers.sense." Repudiatethe American youth have no respect the history of the world.* ,*"

;; the airport, stopping abruptly, said.I sea nothing wrong with Campaign Practices Committee Bailey declined to elaborate' far law because of tat actions of Traveling across what the ...:.M
:: then heading back home as fans At Crestview stating that you win be loyal to beaded by Charles P. Taft. He on me letter which Identified no hoodlums In our cftJaI' ......" opposition cajb'.. '"Ooldwatef' ..
M learned the trip was In vain. CRESTVIE WAP-A small the United States of America, contended the Democrats have country" la Tennessee, Johnson ,?.,
Th. team did receive a w.1come but Hubert does and be wans to ducked all debates between the drew large and friendly crowds
and
of sorts: An'airport ofO- private plane' crashed principal candidates. at Memphis and Chattanooga. C$::
.. ,* clal estimated about 100 persons burned on takeoff Saturday killing bo a heartbeat" away from the has I \ 1 I. I \ I ) I : I I I .' I \ On the banks. of Uw Mllalllf -:=
"Never In
the two trapped Inside. presidency. political history
men
were on hand for the prema- pi In Memphis, a crowd _&lm.teel .::-*
.They wen Identified by Civil Goldwater also charged Hum a President refused to debate I I I III \r '" ''' ''I I h "' "
ture arrival. A long bugler, police chief U.T. .;
Aeronautics Board Investigators phrey favored admission of Red the Issues," Burch said. "Presl- by acting ,
-w backedby scattered yells of the United Nations dent Johnson Bartholomew aa 10,. cheered;*.::
u William Carnett of Fort Walton ) China to was repeatedly
"charge," mustered up some Beach and Olan Brown. Jr., and giving the U.S. stockpile to challenged to debate. But with a nIl year, mere lisa ever, ft win take generous the President to tilt echoes. Itj; Z
encouragement for, the weary the UN. closet full of skeletons he living' from the cttlseas ef Gainesville. sad AlackuaCenaty was about the sums size crowd
of Milton.
warriors. ducked this." If wt an to achieve ear par ef halls that had turned out for Gold-
had He followed the same lack
The Cessna 150 barely
The Diversity was water on a Sept U visit, bull
campus Into Humphrey but almost tJ Helpful ta determtataf me ceatrttaUea yea can
not as-silent: although the liot- cleared the ground when it ripping Johnson' to Corpus He charged that Instead afford might. be ... knowledge Hat tat later Find then were many Negroes n
"out*atmosphere:which followed' .plunged back to earth trappingthe ChrlstL ignoring Democrats: engaged In "wild, gift pledged aow4tfteg tat drive-eta at paid ea throng that heard. Johnson and

test year's Alabama Florida men, Inside Investigators Intemperate character asssssl> a SMttfcfy er quarterly baste starting atxl Jaaaary. only a handful turned out for his
said. Cause of the accident was He finally got around to John-
game was missing. Defeat even (See BARRY ea Page U) nation" against Sen. Barry Whoa year Ualtod raid selklter eeatocte yen far year pledge, ash opponent
by three points Isn't a cause not known Immediately. Goldwater. Johnson's Republican shout lea "easy payment ...." to sM year ...1IaJtJ.Doll" In obvious reference to sons
-: for celebration. opponent, and "then they target last the eiisteacs ef tar halted Fend charitable, of Ooldweter's statements,

;.<, At least a few students wen tried to frighten the voters with" yetia and ..afllllllrYlctt depend spas every CM .. at ta tit eem Johnson told the throng that "no -

determined! to keep the home an organized fear campaign. amity. gl.tag something sad giving ...... Impulsive act of mint. not keel ...-
fires burning and did so. litrally. Good Morning! Burch accused: Johnson of "a By flsdgtag tveryent Ins tune easagb to give ...... Let year rf emotion to aw going ta ...laccause

+ Oty firemen twice) ma cynical mlsust of presidential" His
"called to exttngnlsh bonflra power to gain sad and said liar Fend tiny to many .......s h ... Remember them .. (See JOHNSON ea rasa U>)> >...,..
the News "..ee .has sup.w or tried to.
Around and About : .
scandals and other I
suppress .
.: PROOFOF ....
aa torabJe news and dlsseml.nate .

AB-oew Real Estate and his own viers."Meanwhile, with. crime and Pressure Tactics Charged :

RESULTS aso Classified Section -1 to 120; .
violence rampant m the country -
Tai bins being mailed In
the following th FBI Is tied op tovesU- TALLAHASSEE (AP) Republican State Chairman Tom Fairfield Brown has charged
Mr Stickney ran county-41; Reds ask: when's 4w.
wont ad: = Khrushchev -2A.What's gating White House scandals that some members of tilt State Cabinet were pressuring their employes to campaign
Involving Mr. Johnson's closest for tilt Democratic national ticket _

nterll0NS sues __ C.. aides sod friends." He declined to Identify mt cabinet members aU..tdlylllvolnd.. ..
MM krlM tiH>...... .lIe...., the feminine look As a voluntary, nonpartlsaaorgsnhation 'All six members of the Cabinet sod Cov. Farris Bryant have endorsed the DemocrsUs '
... r.R t5... Awn' w ..... 045:.0.l'ea for faD Fluid easy lines lee the Fair Campalgn ticket Friday, tat Democratic campaign off Ice here distributed a photograph of all sere ..
.. 5.. aawOY Caesetae. Plctun Page 1C. Practices ... posing with Democratic bumper suckers.
.' persuasion rather than ice bits Brown said CsMnst empbyet bad been "urged strongly to use Democrat bumper stick. xcrs
to campaign acwvely for Johnson. And then have been Job Involvements rf
.dApartment ( efforts to keep campaigns
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ef the Sun te CK* de.... "I am concerned wttb rate preamn to force employ. of use state of Florida to ..,.

cal Me ed after hering run IT It bat no tnrorctment powers. port Johnson," ItssMnrbto to utovasioa of the rights ef the tndMduals.1'

any 2 daye. He said "I 1 ordeal Among the Old Friend: but drifts codes ef fair prse.ticat .

Se dates observe the and
tilted the position the momtnoef to codes
Abby 7B McGarvey __ IB to
Hw second dy I'm seeks to alert voters aa
nary Carver IdC Mbnoa __ IBHalbenteto awareness of smear tactics. -
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TALLAHASSEE ( ?)- Ftar.kto'sCeMaetSMmhenellarged. sach hMtaOstlons at ,.,.... program to WesVCen.tral water. .
Ass Bass, the mtoe dsfeasa ..- Florida) eats get under way m* Republican candidate. ..

support of President Johnson's 'erstory at Panama City. Eglia led year." has shown a lack of understandIng .;.
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candidacy Saturday reminding'I Air Force Base and ...... Citing ether eonstroctloa ta of our school needs which
voters that the present admlnJetratko Field .. West Fbrlds McDfflAST Florida under die Democratic frankly perplexes me." be said 'M

operates maey projects Force Bass h Tampa, Peasacola .MtaaiMrsuoa, Adams saidUstsa Bailey said Coldwater said ta fee
in this stale and may tadertakeBQTft Naval Air Stattoa, andsoavffla an a few tf At many .
IIWII'tiIC ... testfbie teases why N lea ... J -' '

None ef fat sees meaitimactaaOr Naval Ah Slides ass pertsstflsrastontassearDenvecratH a speech ta Jacksoavffit ta Ml '..'.
said Florida wasM salter I ntt aiwasilstralliiis ssTafla.kassst ,. that mt gunramee< had aa .. M
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I JbasMwaasadnsrtda "The elsctisai ef PreefcieatJohnsoa aad k flash......" right to educate ctaldrea. "..
went sTqnbDes, bat fee torn* Is a nettsr ef vital eascen He said Fbrsafi greatest the parents bad, atM .... t.t

cities were ebri aI. to oar state aad ear aa- galas as cesMrvatiaa have beea rrne child has ao right to : .
Stale Treasurer U Laraea lioa sad to me eanee ef peaca made coder Dsmeeratie presVdents. education- epeted CoWws.tor .
said: and freedom ef III werkfSecretary President Jets ta perDealer. as ..,... "la meet eases Gen rank Bryaat, enter, anal the ether. ah mtmaen ., ... State CtJsVH 0:1
-How would Fhrtdn fan sT a ef State Tern Adams the children wifl frt ... very stow tkeir ramHsisd] awrfort far PreiUeai L,..es & JeluMteu Eiaraaslitg I Io
chafffe were math ta tor a*, said: State School Sept Thomas wen wtIMIIIlt.tOO the Miltf ta. staw.Doyl. to* elerted effltl.... aft PtaaacraU, art, sit .. rII>t. ,
atM edacsttaa Eo C-- Ce.llsae ., ArrtttdtUlIT_ Ads.. Secretary eel Stater V .
ttaa/.J.,toder- .... Tftn atenoerstksBJslstra.ttoa BaOry ta Florida ..... ,
-What weald became of the to mamtamsd at Waaasstma > aad get cads. wtaM it served Thai attitude to. .. n-a. Do ...". ..........t If Labile Isetncto.t Gay. Bryaati J. ... ."":
uessFkrida atria caasiT The wa am wry avaamt dmtef better by Jetaaass fleas by Refanflcaa > Bafley said "It shows a ceav wla. Late. ..... Tress. and J..arise C--'nriwer) Jaw w. !year, :. ."';:'

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PEOPLE in the 'NEWLBriefly. I Train Hits Weather Roundup More AboutJohnson) ': '

( 4 HungariansDefect

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By Girl, 17A From.. Page 1 to U.S. _I

ous, adventurous thing that
17 year old Gainesville :omfuAt might wipe out 300 minion people. I ANCHORAGE, Alaska (tAP) group.
OMK.IIy IN, 'Mru h awW.y ...".. ." -A young Hungarian Olympic He was wearing a raincoatover :
girl, Georgne Banks, 828 SW .I.M, won $" 'o n N rL
games marksman who defected his tetam's uniform astial
41st St., escaped with minor In. B C: Fair through Sunday. At Chattanooga, Johnson was iJI Tokyo was given! at least boarded a Japan Airlines flight!

juries Friday afternoon after High Sunday 73 to W. Northeasterly greeted by an airport crowd temporary asylum In the United via Anchorage Alaska, and]
her car was struck by an Atlantic F variously estimated at from 15
winds I to 1J miles States here Saturday In a IUd-. Copenhagen, for West Germany!
Coast Line passenger train. per hour.Dl 000 to 30000. den change of plans. The West German Embassy]

City police said Miss Banks U. In his Baltimore text, Johnson Gabor Andrei Balla, 22, 01 said he ,will be. processed ia 4

apparently failed to sea railroad High lundoy Portly cloudy n' 71 through NtrthoMtortywindi Iwidoy. ticked oft the advances he aid Budapest, left the Japan AirLines Frankfurt on his application for {

Installed II to M mllM Mr hour.i had been made In military Jetliner which brought asylum in the United States.
warning lights it the f Nt our thrwgk lundoy.Him ,
crossing on NW 10th Ave. Sgndty tow ... trtrthwlorly ., strength under the Democratic: him to Anchorage and told 1m.ml.IUon .
weed' II N N MUM. ,., administrations.He officials through an ,
O Jt Mwily far through lundoy
Miss Banks' car was struck In High fumuv noor M. Northotlltrlywlndl said nuclear power hat Interpreter he wanted immedIate -

61M A UdI the right side by the train, driven Portly II to. M cloudy" MIN. through tor hour.Ki ountfty. wlrh NNr been Increased two and a hal asylum. : FUKERLNOTIcis
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!' by R. W. Tompkins of High :. tow..MIN' NKMauNNy-Maw, = II lundoymllM N $ w ..."..... times, with 1,000 fully armed Originally, he bad been schec:
Springs Total damages of ISO ptr hmr.TIMPIRATURSI. Intercontinental and Polaris tiled to fly to West Germany for

were reported by investigate iuiwnea GAINESVILLE WEATHER missiles and 1,100 strategic processing: of his application for

officers. High Uw PrtcHkJOCIOHKlMt Municipal: Airport reading bombers ready. He said the entry to the United States.

Mloml' n 54 Saturday: High 74 at 1 p.m.. number of combat.ready Army Balla told Japanese police I he asewa lor Mr. M Irown*. TOM, *w-tl WWM, will bo,Ivl toMTM ,"4

I Miss Banks was taken to All TomptAllontt :: :1New low 52 at 4 a.m. No rain. divisions has been increased by; decided to defect because he III. f>M. oufcnooy. Octooof ij* ,
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1 N Church" of slid by Polih, .*
chua General for treatment
Hospital ,
Ort 1. II ALMANAC feared' In his .
45 alrlife new'"preSllons Novborry with IWor
cent capacity by Tlmrihy .Id
per ;
of minor Injuries. Noneof NW Yn N b ... ..... homeland after the ouster of -. '.... mo Mrvlcoi. .win will' bo
*** ...p eta Dm 73 per cent and the tactical nuclear hi Nowkorry Comtrory ands dl.roctloil .
the train passengers were In. Wlllll...... II 31 lurlM NM K,1..nw ,1. ........ ":* ..... force In (0 Niklta Khrushchev. of DuncM ._ _mo, ,.
= CfIr"r. ':Bin. Europe by percent Mr. trow* who "..d.* NowboTrCMTN. .
I jured. 0 aMNi'iS furfhtr Ha the fourth .. .. .
onN was Hungarian diM D. Ira II hid .. Nt.M
CAP' .
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north M sin i mo owi. OMNe ...,
Police cited Miss Banks for F/. worm, ,,1/1 hl.h. ........ N 010Mr. He said that more than 100,000 10 defect at the Olympics: in two a N1sin.
n'rUIno
Leo .
Barry Goes MexicanSen. .. AnesIO. III" Mo tun ovir ; low hiofbor M An canoeist and DOT M." PmrolSvonnoh _
'days. Olympic
careless driving. mi P M M I MOM. U win bo 11I..III officers had been trained In' Ann. CN,, e. are lido
NMM 051 ow.. -... warfare. two countrymen visiting the =.::: Wrn 11.05 .l 'Ile .....
Barry Goldwater, campaigning fat San Diego Calif. CODAS KIT TIDIS. ... MAHINI ponicirr anti-guerilla -....,. OcnMr H, .Wald, N Willi.,M..
SuMiy-riitb II I M tourists defected
a few miles from the Mexican border tries OB a huge Mexican More About ,."'. Low it II V .,:;". M l.m it .*....III: SAST OUUFt vtrloblt' mostlytoumoott Then the President turned to Olympics as Thamn. ....C0.pM..... WIM, D,. U. L ......
M.y-",,, ot I ...... .... WIMI 7 to 11 mph' /MNpN friday and were flown to WashIngton din .TMllcIIoI'' sere
: <:Mm a comparison of his own voting ... .... ... ...,..
hat N"
to him l N lc
presented as ha walked ea stage for a speech .. Low ot II:M 1,... ond It:II t m. ....ntey. ,"r.tntttarte. win III
record: In the Senate with that of D.C.Japanese. Comotory under ItII #??
In a baseball park Jammed with thousands, many at Mexican- Non if Wllllomf Thomw FuMrol Homo.COLIMAN. .

American descent Goldwater. Going back to 1953, police were holdingMa P.BV. I. ... (. : CM, .
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Chinese nationalist |
.. BarryFrom he said he voted for and Gold Ching-shan nun, lit M rotlrod, mkilitor" FunorolOKvlcM
IKE Olympic sharpshooter, who for .... CHomon. w I III to
BETTER water had opposed a $400 million htW.ttMO.rn' in -....., Octtbor .
defected in the dlree-
Increase in aircraft reverse Mth wring Hill toitlVt
Former President Dwight D. Page 1 pur tlon, saying he wanted to Join Church, ,: P.OV T. O: Or.li I too.dueling .
bases. ,
Hit Mrvlcoi. Surlol trill .
kiln
flsenhower: under treatment unonl irrmgnMnti wino ivtlloblt, will N fiend imdtr Fvnorol NNkMM his In Communist Chi Plnntrovo ,
parents Comotory undlr no -
s He listed these other dl
propos- ..... .
ot Duncm Irol M.",' .... 5... r
far a throat and bronchial Inflammation son In a speech prepared for an ala he said he supported and his Colomon liVId ot 111 (I 4M Ar O. I
"had a comfortable early evening rally in Wichita VIRGINIA MOONEY' Utah; 21 grandchildren and seven na.When the JAL plane landed 0"1110/ ..In dl'< 'uOjpth 0c1MI
republican opponent opposed:. ol Aiochuo" Oomrii Npl/L, ,
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J.ght!! and Is making a gradual Falls. Mrs. Virginia St. John Mooney great grandchildren: here at 9:30 a nn., Alaska time OohM llio. otlor o Mcif 11I_ Actlvo .
vra m jo tw n 'II& no >iq) ifill......... will' ". I
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improvement, his doctor. re- 82, 101 NW 37th Drive, died HAROLD An Increase of $350 million In for a refueling stop, the passengers _,II...... 1
There, Coldwater talked at her off and checked
parted Saturday.Walter Saturday morning home. ; got were
I funds csock.e. Acme _
Army hi 1953; a boost of ROCKWIU M*.
about Johnson's "curious Mrs. moved BUCHANAN JR. through the Immigration wrvlcoi fee .
Reed Army Hospital, Mooney to section Jimorol "Mr" Cnckor tw
.4f million In Marine funds In N nHro Mr W,. will' .
b hold' M
which Issued the announcement, crew, Bobby Baker, Billie Sol lalnesvllla from Knoxv 111.. Harold B. Buchanan Jr., Infant 9SS; a |420 minion Increase In of the airport as transits. II:M ..m. on "Mondiy" Del, :thin, ot

:2ild that otherwise there Is no Estes, Matt McCloskey, "and Tenn. Itt years ago. She was a eon of Mr. and Mrs. Harold 'military assistance funds hi9SS Balls approached the Immigration tho D.,Church It'n'" .. ol lia how IW m Chrlit*...,ot. 0,1 loHor,...
others." member of tha JUi 'A booth with his Hunga Olin Kt. Burlri will bo In Ntw.
In earlier which von lie
Change reports
B. Buchanan of Gainesville, ; a $800 million Air Force, bwry Comotory, via, Iho dlroctlon ot '
Listed Church of Knojtvilla. rlan travel permit In his ham Wllllomi Ttwmoi Fimral .- f
Eisenhower as still hoarse Presbyterian Horn. My
"Look closely, my fellow died Friday at Alachua General Increase: In 1958, and a boost of Craclwr. ml .llvM to All...., Si lor
known he
and made it wanted I
X11 In satisfactory condition. Americans," ha said, "at this Survivors. include. a daughter, Hospital $233 million for Army asylum In the U.S. An Interpreter Iho Prior lit It t rnovlng shin I h)Mw..'I.Frttoy... ht pm!...!. V
curious: crew who would run In addition to his parents, he He also cited a $20 missilee'l ,.ldId I. NwWrry N..ver JI year, ,
HOOVER RITES called and the defector ,
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Johnson'of was
: Mrs. Loys Gainesville wy d 0Mrs n mny
your country. My opponent calls Is survived by a sister, Virgin-! In military air ,.5... iurvtvlfif mombon of Wo ,.....
and lour grandchildren.: pleaded to be allowed to enter II, .... WM' Mr*. Clora .SU.._,
XHerberl Clark Heaver who and Goldwater voted
them the camp of unity. What a la Buchanan and grandparents, opposed this country here Crecktr" Atltnto Oo., dtugriton, Mr..
Mary Tampon" A",,,,,. ,II.. M,..
25B from a humble origin to Mrs. Don Turbefleld and Mr.
curious camp.: Here you find ACII CROCKER for.Obviously Kiefer Gray, director of the cm,. Tamsln. Nno., y, pl.. Ann,
Main lilt highest office in the unity of bosses, bosses of big and Mrs. Hazen Heaton, all of aroused by Republican U.S. Immigration and Naturali.] OpMllt/ MuiM, Lompoc, CollltrnloLOWe. ISnMr

OBI and the admiration of a (APWIrwMtl cities, bosses of big unions and Acme R. Crocker, 78, Atlanta Elk Park N. C. allusions to the arrest on a zatlon Service In Anchorage awe U,..-.. .. .L CrcK. ml. I,55 I

SgrM, will be laid to rest Sun. bosses of big business. Here you 'Gs., died Friday afternoon blowing moral charge of an aide he aid he honored the request I M*. JUUAN ISONAItO pug
iij;:where ha began life bS@ Mrs. Colts Jordan, 32, gives find the corrupt, the Immoral, aa extended Ulneis. JESSE M. KEENE asked to resign, Walter W. "according to our Instructions," ..,.l Mrvlcoi, tor Mr. bids ... 43.
? a Nail salute for benefit ef Mr. Crocker a native of Lake JACKSONVILLE Jesse M. Jenkins Johnson told the cheerIng Motion Picture Prokctlwlit for iiott
ago. ,
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the power-mad and the radicalsof and turned Balla over to the Thootro WIN ot how tt I' P Mon
graveside rites In West photographers ta Paris at Butler, Fla., lived In Newberryor Keens, tt, a former Newberry throng massed on the bank lundoy, Oe'_ JJ. 14 ot TM
the lefL"The ... .
Punorol
Sle Iowa, will be conduct. cart appearance ea charges more than W years. Ha was resident, died hen Friday night of the Mississippi River In FBI.FBI Interview.Ing Jonol-JohnMii Homo Chopol vnorol Mont Ooor.llo. tochoreo J
at Blotting against the ratherIty Senator's motorcade: Into retired barber. He resided at 2779 Delwood Ave. Memphis Tenn. that he wants agents began ot tool ."............ MrLowt .
Dr. Elton Trueblood, 63, :a tht young Budapest clerk It who liVId M o> N. I.
aker scholar and longL el the French State. Her Corpus Chrlstl was delayed H. was a member of the In Jacksonville. oa Nor. I a "strong and clear" the airport the JAL plane tnt llrotl. Oolnoivllli, fly Tar
basbaad Is the Fuehrer el the when his convertible refused I Church ot Latter Day Saints. : He had been employed by mandate."I 1 as coy ovonkif' : mo -"r-" ''
;L friend of the Hoover fam- top took off for Copenhagen without /N olttr t '' /IIMon. hoo
never. was a Quaker British National Seclallil (Nail to come down. While another Survivors include his w J fe, Winn-Dixie for the put 21 yean want the world to know him. kit llvoi hort m Oolnoivllio fan Orion mroo*, PWui VMM, corn-HoMANNINa ,I INI

guns will be fired, by reVSBH ) movement convertible was wheeled Into :Mrs. Clara S. Crocker of Atlanta and wu a member of the Baptist that campaigns: of hate, campaign Bella finished 20th In rapid .. I mane". 01 MIIIIotIlt Church."

of the family, but an CANDIDATE place, Goldwater played catch: : ; three sons, Hugo and Church and Ionic Lodge! 101, ot fear, campaigns ol fire pistol competition at the .
OtLlA T.
with small boy who had a Larsen Crocker, both of Calnesllle rUM, Jacksonville. smear cannot succeed: among MM... pmr.ol /
any, bugler will play taps. a Olympics which: ended Saturday Mrvlcot tor M... M. .k... tot OL
Rebecca Shelly, 77 yea football, and shook hands with and Lamar Crocker of Atlanta Survivors Include: his widow, the American: people" he said with a colorful torchlight houMwIN, ,will M Sill M ':10 p M-

DEFECTORSMotsar old, Battle Creek Mich, pacifist 50 or W persons who had gath- 1 ; three daughters, Mrs. Mrs. Essie M. Keene, Jacksonville Johnson said at Chattanooga, ceremony. on Momorlol lundoy, Chopol Octooor. ...U....,IH4 pin H lurid Jonn,

and feminist, Is the vice presl- ered. Mary Tompkins of Archer, Mrs. ; two sons, Jesse Jr. and that "The unity of national purposes Authorities said Bella a clerk will I.,..ktln Cwnly...11I.Mr J.wn the*
dentist candidate I lara Tompkins of Newberry Ralph W., both of Jacksonville; la called Into question for with the Hungarian Pentathlon D.WI"Fit.MAITIN. C. Jana FMa NCM. ...rk.. t

ol.n Crowds were sparse. There and Mrs. Ophelia Mund of Lonv two daughters, M r s. Madg the first time" by the Republl- Association also had been attracted ,

Iowa based was scattered applause and a poc, Calif.; a brother E. L. Casey, Gulf Hammock, and Mrs ,can team of Goldwater and Rep. by the freer life In Western MR Mrvlcoi, MMII tor Mr.MtNIOMI Mortln tgo_ I IFumrol

"Peace Party few cheers, but mostly silence I Crocker of Salt Lake City, Geneva Wlngo, Key West; one WUllam, Fr. Miller. nations he visited while II. mind, ftrmorr will to Mid .,
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I 00 P M on IUIId.,. Octobor 11 ANN
whose presidential LBJ signs outnumbered Gold- sister Mn. Elizabeth Mclt t n- Without naming them, he touring with the pentathlon UnUn. loptlM Church. with,.... C.
along the route. Jacksonville; two brothers ell DurdM unducllnt. MrykM.urlol '
water signs ney
candidate: HypertensionIn 'added that: will bt hi Union' Comotory... 1
la Herbert F. There were few of either kind. E. E., Jacksonville, and L. L.. "It Is challenged! by men who did mt dlroctlon, tf Jonoo-Johnoon.
More AboutCabinet ., ,. ,
Is Homo M Mortln who livid ttArchir
Hoover, 40, an Once Inside the municipal Women Newberry; and five grandchll-: I represent not the majority Of dlod' Thundoy' oHonHjon MrMortln .

Iowa farmer auditorium, it was a different of Talk I 'en. I their own party not the majority .to Alochut/wti Cmmty torn. And on April Ned llvtd w. morArchtr IM

He Is the fourth story. The crowd overflowed the ,Topic of Americans but a til hh Ilk. Active,. tollkMr.on R f
MRS. D. T. MANNING will' M Don AHebre Tommy
cousin ot the 7,000 capacity: and was wildly An Important discovery the I fringe that want to repeal the ",,,,,. J. ,....-, Morvtfi 5..., t

late former Rebecca 4 enthusiastic.He understanding and treatment of STARKE Mrs. Delia Thorn resent and veto the future." A. J. Rootn ooilbooron. hid Mock will Irown.bo ,,.Hurt.orory .,...

Kovacs, President Hoover. They plan a made essentially the same I hypertension In women was azalned i M ton Friday Manning to the died Northeast at the age Florida of Johnson said the nation must From Page 1 ....,.J._. Odlt.' Jomoi Mtltn,__I. P.Sulncw Cook, Horn.or Ntt-.

Three Hungarian defectors, write-in campaign. IAN speech' : as he had In Austin, I) to Alachua County Hospital In Macclenny after begin preparing for the "new plete disregard for the needs of tin, U. D. NottMo' ond C. R. Mtyto.HOillY .

one a member of his country's attacking Humphrey and what I lealth: Council members FrI. extended Illness. \omorrow" Instead ot "talking our boys and girls and of the MIL MATTia SILL Fg.ntrtl .
an
Olympic team have arrived OUTRAGE day by Dr. James R. Cade, as- I of turning back to the 1940s Mrvlcoi far Mrl. Mottll Stll 1
in "socialistic
he called the program" Mrs. Manning was a native of now Importance of education to ouratlonal MoMoy, tl. mild, will bo hold tt 4 Ntm
Baltimore I latent professor of medicine at the 1920s." on Mondoy, Octooor ate ot ,, .
aft. Paul of the ADA. or the 1930s or welfare and survival of /f
Papa VI consecratedthe I I Baker County and a resident of init liotlil Church" wlm DM. O I
er a night from rebuilt church ot the Allied-. In Austin, Goldwater told the ha University of Florida.Dr. ,Starke for She wa Jabbing at Goldwater, he our system of government" Whltt' _.... IM ......oc... aurlol
Cada told tin "In many yean. "This la not time to will bt M 11'_ town Clmofory ....
TheOlympian group
Tokyo. continued tell.
bombed Benedictine Abbey In C crowd he did not plan to talk I a member of the Church of Comptroller Ray Green sale dor lie dlncttan of Omoyi FunorolMomt
Is but romen with hypertension (un- be talking of selling TV A, turn- Florida realized of Mn. MoitH/ Ml Mokkn. wht i
Texans
about fellow a period tremendous
Monte I "your Latter
Casslno Italy Saturdayand Jesus Christ of Day livod it im N. W in Pltct, tolnn.vlllo ,
Aadras Tare, called Its destruction when he mentioned Johnson's usually' high arterial blood praa- ;Saints Starke. (Rural Electrification Adminisstlon growth and prosperity dlod Octobtr Nth to Al.tkot l ;
:i who finish a"grave : ) and particularly those rid of Social Gontrtl Hooollol fUkMtot, t ttwrt III.noot. ,. 'I
ure ,
outrage" and one of the name there were loud boos. She Is survived by six daughters ), getting during the Democratic leadership Mn. MoMoy woo kon on Morch
ed fourth in the "blindest gestures" of World "I don't, etc. Ith gnf 21. who have had toxemia pregnancies Mrs. Edna Hart and Mrs. Security: U we know It, abandoning of the last 20 years. OotoMvIM II. IWi to for OMTflt Iho,toot ond:M nod yoort Ikrtd. Mn.to 1 I

Canadian canoe War. II.The J ADD 1 BARRY"I there Is a very high Edith: C Iu 11 t lansen both of the programs of agrlcul- "The future growth of Florida MoMoy WM t,mombor, ..tf IMwraoord. .
i iboo II cldence of abnormal mova- that I of Prlondohlt Ourtfl our.vlvlnir r
singles. lure pursuing courses Is assured because of
think to or projects
don't ought Pearl mombort
abbey was shattered to e you tarke; Mrs. Colson tl mo l mlry oroPoughlor.
Doses Kavacs, .ald.b lie kidney. would undermine the world's Inangurated under Democratic f Mrs. Car. MthMp' I '
Goldwater .
Jagged ruin by Allied bombers bun Brooker: Mrs. Ella Moody, Mn. Jooithlnt" Icolt, Cltjl
42, and KarelyMelaar I on Feb. 13, 1M4, despite "He'a, your President Ha explained the problem Is Green: Cove Springs; Mrs. Dora confidence In the American administrations at national and Ann Idword, Wllllomi., Mint 1 Fit. ,!

tt, Tore papal) Intercession. The All lea The Arizona senator said he associated with the narrowing Beailey, Gainesville: Mrs. dollar." > state levels" he said. IHton,Mn.Mn.JoMphint Arrolll' Anltionr.tyro, II JockMnvlllt Au.tntlnt. -. I
In tourists 0,r disease of the renal artery "an the'Dation "Florida has Mn. Lwllo ,
were Tokyo as They lontended that disturbed at Johnson's : Wildwood Saying that done exceedinglywell Culncv
German forces Strickland. .
Maude : Mn. RvWi Wilkonon. OIl...'. Mich. 1
were whisked Into seclusion\ by were using the hilltop strong pledge. "If elected to go to hlch If corrected can cure hy- MM sister, Mrs. Eva Stafford has prospered and the South under Democratic leadership hid Mn. Jounllo.. iMkM of G._.

U. S, government agents. Toro hold to block the way north to I Europe and leave Hubert In P>ertensh talford; and t number orandchlldren. has prospered mare than the and Floridians who have OMn Vll.-, N O.InnvIN Monry.. ad Md)!lorn Ilea A An.VATIII. ,

said: "I am a young man. Rome. Abbots at the monastery harge' UN Polled I : rest" Johnson appealed to supported that leadership in the .Mann Ninny N w15,PS.M IM.dNda0.DHc.- N Act"prhsndlNp"I. I ISWIllOH. I
There Is more career ahead of1it.iri denied that Germans used the In the President home terri- Dixie voters to help "unite past should remain mindful of! SMIM' COMA..

this big country Amerlea buildings. Historians still dl.., Wry, Goldwater began to campaign UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. DOT COATIS America as it has never been this when they go to the polls." ... IBB Pvntrt Mrvlcoinr .

.Many people free." pule the rights or wrongs of the a bit like Johnson. (AP) Secretary-General U Dot Coates U, 214 SW 3rd united In this century" in the Agriculture Commission bo hold M,. Wolon tt ,:.. ogo PM.... Iwdoy formtr,, will Ce.'

Set story this page. bombing Goldwater, who rarely Phant: started polling members !It., died Friday at her home. election. er Doyle Conner, like Bailey, IMor 15. IN4 ot AIM Choool A III I.

:.c barges Into a crowd shaking today on whether to postpone She was a hairdresser and "We are going to wipe away took a swipe at Goldwater hi Cnvrch mt wlm..Rokort..- i V....|.Ootdy| WIN, M con.ductmt lit.

I : fingerprinting i Talk Is Given I lands, halted near the state he U.N. General Assembly tog nember of the Method lit the Mason-Dlxon Line across supporting Johnson."I Now tf Mooo Muthot Comotory* Choolml undor mo fmtrtl wrottlon -

Capitol: and shook hands with a : ve the United States and Ruaa hurch.: : our politics," he said. believe that our federal Homo. Mr. Woton who kvod M Rt

.aloe an or fingerprinting in turn to the Gainesville Boys crowd: of SO to 100 persons. e time to try to work out their Survivors Include: three broth- farm programs, even though an U"JStMllllt o '10 WM* "tt*Mt esd--,_..

1'JItI. detection was explainedto'lchua Club Thursday at 4 p.m. for a Then ha shifted into an open dispute over U.N. peacekeeping Blackburn Heckard and of them don't affect Florida Ntwy'T: 5N nnNl.,,. Mr Htomn Wolon oltor t tbifor.bit f,
PsychiatricNursing WM km
County Sheriff's Department repeat demonstration. Jualorc ar and drove through the bust) d lues. lat!> Heckard of Gainesville and farmers directly, are Impon'taut" Aim w IM to Wimoton hid kid .m..

Junior Deputies last deputies In the "IS'Nt age ness district Goldwater generally Thant sent out notes asking R. E. Penuel Jr. ol PanasoffeeFla. Class said Conner. woi id M it WttlMon mtmbor IN of Ann Mi ...Cnwt.. Mr A wtton M e.

week by Sheriff's group are Invited to. attend travels In a closed car and nether the assembly should be I .: a slater Mrs. Val Givens "Goldwater takes the opposite Cnvrrt. WrvNInt mtmktn. If ...
InvestigatorJohn deferred from Nov. 10 to Dec. I, view and has stated that all omlty_trt WIN Mrt. Nay WoMm of
seldom tries for street crowds c>" Gainesville. OpeningHere1 9111I tnt iltttr. Mn. Mory 041.vor .

Tileston.! Spy Charge something Johnson relishes. .is requested by 41 delegations farm programs should be immediately .link of W.Wlimtoni.... tM inn Mr.kmhtrt Jot win, ,Mr...,

Tileston explained the Importance I Tha streets! in the downtown The United States has called WARREN BIGGER A 14 week seminar hi psychiatric eliminated. bom tf ........ or4 .... Mo 4. wo*.

of fingerprinting InlaSCanforcement BERN Switzerland (AP) ilstrlct on a Saturday at II or a showdown whether the Warren E. Bigger 78, Daytona nursing co sponsored "Democratic leadership sup. in-of. MUmli ot w.._OM, melt.0. Ian Mr. Ami Mrs

after whichJunSfdeputlea i The Swiss government has arrested noontime were lined for three rovlet Union should lose Its leach, a long tune resident b1 focal: health unit, is ached-1 ports a farm policy which increases Loll ROM IMIOrd PN..r tf N OrMIMOT JMNWMNI aid 51wrNNfhn .....

J were allowed to an Argentine citizen on o>> four blocks by a assembly vote because of non- of Gainesville, died Friday. uIed to begin Wednesday at''1 farm Income: but at the And wlMd,.

&taie-thair own prints.Zjgston charges he spied for the Soviet crowd that watched silently for payment of back dues for U.N. Mr. Bigger, a retired U. S. lachua County Health Depart-:i same time, stabilizes food costs MIL eta eaUPMorKiir.Ino I

Union In Switzerland for eight ha most part as Goldwater rode peacekeeping In the Congo and Navy officer: II survived by his I m ent I to the consumer.* I 31 for.m."Mn.' Tuoidov.WNtn" OUlkoi wM bt V.**)mt ot, ,

la scheduled to re- years. b;y he Middle East. rife and two sons.I Enrollment b open only to Atty. Gen. James Kynes called M Mt lomoi lotmt Chvnfi to AUco.nocy. '
for of Johnson with *tv. OonMoM coKdmtmt /
I registered nurses who wish to support beelUIII lie omrtcM. SNNwall bt 'to MMrM.
; study the latest trends in he "has proven his / .. .-.y. wMP ,.. of

I REDS ASK: WHERE'S KHRUSHCHEV? I sychlatrlc mining. Only those leader." of all freedom loving people. Or It OMM Mrs Ockikor a.a WHOM, llnd.mlklww Hvod WK to MkomtvT ol AttcftMkm .em..

to attend all 14
tanning aes- ew.M IM..S.L 10.0,5 w
stony art Invited to enroll Under Johnson Kynes! said! .... 'to ...../.. .** hod avid. b nvmimboi
tOCCOW (AP) A French The French delegation rachjd-: munlst parties to Khrushchev's: outspoken in recalling Khru- sword questions in Khru Registration will be handledby the nation worked "steadily and M -of Ml-inhol-...WU..a... ChvrtnGalntsvilt Wa

CsJBanltit party delegation ed Georges Marchab and Roland ouster have ranged from demands shchev'i merits. shchev's: downfall may embarrass Mrs. Mickey Swmford at ilkhealth with increasing evidence of success .I "N "MlnOi.t.ro.

arrived Saturday night to check Leroy both members of for explanations In Westam Only Albania which sides the new Soviet leaders into department between 21 I to split the communist:

on what happened to NikltaKhrushchev. the French Communist party's Europe to ill-concealed Joy with Peking in the Communist a shift ot tactics.: and 4 ,.m. Tuesday and Wed world. The fact that Khrushchev Sun I,

: Politburo, and Jacques Cham- bt the Red Chinese camp.A split has shown unqualified There baa been no official: nesday. has been kicked out of office: certainly : .

They were the first In a wave has, a member ot the Central delegation representing the approval for the change Albanian comment: on Khrushchev's: The tint session Is planned has been a true test of, -..... .....

of foreign Communist official Committee. Italian Communist party, the Deputy Premier Spiro K> whereabouts since the announcement for Wednesday at 9 p.m. the effectiveness: of that policy." ---. ....GtWritvilof ,

expected to flock here to clear They wen met at the airport biggest In Western Europe Is Inks called Khrushchev: a traitor : Oct. IS that he had Cov. Farria Bryant said Ftor- kidi by Iht 101 Pub.awSonti SI. '
Comwnv t
up the unanswered questions by Boris Ponomarev, a member expected here Tuesday. A similar and his disappearance "a great resigned because ot advancingage Jet Pushed Ida's progress resulted from !the bid Flt.. ___"'). f torlekj.OKUtATIOH .
surrounding Khrushchev's water oi the Soviet party's Central mission from Austria's victory: for our party." and iertoraUng healtn. teamwork of "elected Demo- = eheed a ds
as premier and party leader Committee. small Communist party Is The Chinese however, have PARIS (AP) The Frenchgovumnnt : .rata striving together for that w tae /.a =. f7'
the
But since then only public .
G.nea/tmq ttufrlL
Oct. 14. And Italian fact-finding has taken another :
: been restrained. sent climate: of most
They a government
Mikhail Sualov, chief Soviet scheduled to leave for Moscow: mention of Khrushchev: by a
mission plant to arrive this of step toward construction of the conducive ] IAT11 ITCAaiui t
Communist theoretician Other perfunctory: note congratulations : to growth am best f
was Monday. Communist Soviet official appeared to contradict 3I
week. to the new Kremlin chiefs pcnonlc Comcorde: Jet transport able la meet tha needs era -d j cm MAii :
Soviet official prevented not there. partita from Cuba to Israel areseeking the official: announcement WMk .4) t
Premier Alexei N. Kosygta and ,by that jrotwh 1 .... IUS
Western correspondents from Sustov was reported the pros more facts on the party First Secretary Leonid LBreshnev. I The. National Assembly approved He said many of Florida's successes 1 ;
with the French delegation ecutor: In the Soviet Culture Minister Ekat- Friday a civil aviation Iii well" ........... ""'" I
speaking secret Kremlin of ,
: meetingthat change command. I on Oct. II Then .has : have resulted from "the .. .
at the airport. The ban toppled Khrushchev. Then Similar concern: has been been a pause over the last weekin erlna Furtaeva\ said Friday budget for IM that Includes HI effect:ve harmonious relationship = or.e wS51MA.Analau.11f/ e5l ,
CeMuM .
was seen as a further sign that an rumors here he be reported in Communist East the exchange of verbal attacks .after flying from Moscow to million for development of the existing: between the ... ..
European reaction to Khru- may between Moscow and Rome that "U far as I know he proposed 1.4M mile an hour I democratic leader of Florida MMr.. i
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ihche\'s ,downfall had provedem leading a Soviet peace mission European countries.: East Germany -, ,,ing. la wen.1 She made the remark airliner. Engineers hope the and the democratic: leaders at WMMne0 c:: :a.-N
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-sing to the new. Kremlin to Communist China. Poland, Hungary and Die alarm In European Communist ta reply to a question about jolt $371 million Fmcb-British'this naUort-in the Congress lid e-.p M.tr .r _

regime. '' I Reaction from foreign Com- 'Czechoslovakia: all have been,, circles over the unaa- Khm uabchsi'. health project I Ie operational by IfTL ta the White House": -- 5 M err


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'POLICE FIRE REPORT NW 6th Ave., at noon Friday .;
Accident Roundup in the unit block of NW 6th St I$4u $ 4 4B

Involved in accidents reported Mary C. Mills, Cross City P11DUA :t :
by the Gainesville Police Department and Jack D. Meeks, Chlefland, 1 \
and the Alachua at I a.m. Friday at W. University "w 1
County Sheriff's Office during Ave. and NW 60th St.
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the past 38 hours were ; : ," I
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Lynda M. Rountree 2002 NE ....
8th St. and W. T. McLeod Jr..I Lorin H. Hill, 113 NE 18th St.
710 NE 9th St., at noon Saturday was arrested by Gainesville jaw
in the unit block of NW Police at 7:13 a.m. Saturday at ARMOUR'S GOLDEN STAR HAM WHAT AM:* t
16th Ave.James. SE 4th Ave. and 7th St and

B. Chancy, 711 SB 10th charged with driving while in

Ave. and Helaine D. Sweet %72- toxicated. CANNED HAM
14 Schuct Village,' at 10:40: a.m. Fire CaRe i
S. Main .
Saturday at St and 1st '
At 2:13: a.m Saturday, a .. I
Ave.lorin house fire on Rt 4 near Archer
H. Hill, 113 NE 18th St. w
Road. Total loss.
and a parked car. at 7:10: a.m.
Saturday in the 700 block of SW COURTMOUlf HICORDIOcl $4A 19 j
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2nd Ave.. _It-It$.1M4.gwJaen I
Lorin H. Hill, 113 NE 18th R. Curried v. Lb A. O.rn.ld.isey .
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Monk V. lIeyq L. Mock.Rum
St. and a parked car. at 7 a.m. 0 Hiiro v. Din LWlllli "Mr.a. 3-1& PLUS tOO sac i
Saturday In the 400 block of Html'0 Wilton v. Ktthlwfi V. Dorattiy II.... WINO.Curl GRIIN STAMPS i'
SW 13th St. Andrew J. ThomM v. Vtru ft. ThwnMCovu I
J. Sure v. WWIm J. lurchLlun t can WITH COUPON
. Annie S. London, no address McM. Mlllir n. OtriH" M. Mil }
listed and a building, at 12:IS Hr. a'
a.m. Saturday at SW 2nd Stand Anne H.DIWM R''e ..'"lull. v. Gtorg tut* D. Ulch- 'SeoaatN J
2nd AveCeorgne .,d.. Swift's Premium IreakfestD
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Jan S. v Ittpriin A. rtwtf-
S. Banks, 521 SW 41 ,.. .
St. and R. W. Tompkins, High L.Hoy WIW HM v.v. Jams IHM. M.WlkvJumtt HM4. Link Sausage ? e . . . .. ft::: 35' 1 1Swrft'
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Springs at 3:36 p.m. Friday in Carolyn J. Ours v. __.11 O, DMMugmt Premium Stick StyleD .
the 300 block of NW 10th Ave. Mlllv v. CtorltM Mills
', Rickey L. Watson. 2040 NE ..mHi II OHMT. Or.MM B.m MrK v. I.. K. Woo. Braunschweiger per... 39* 4dOaDENes \
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G 17th Ter and Virginia M. Kite, '.rd. d...._. It. . .ee. 0'Swift'
United 1' !" FMcllly and O..tyo.
. 3926 NW 6th St, at 4:22: p.m. I: v. 0. R. ,.Page. delll.lIoborl Premium Cooked 'I I
Friday in the 1100 block. of NW ,t. Gorge P.uICrp Walker.end 4wiW4M.Doom COb.ra. Paulling'' D r
) 13th St.Diane. twit v. ft G...".......w...'llitr tnt, damag John 1 Urn Sliced Ham . . . . . .ft: 59'
D. McGee 243 A Flav OlkiT win IMMMIMHI (Peppered er Het-Hem>)>
r III and Clara C. 423 Forwirdlnf' Co. v. weed ReaOna
Albrltton I and IKtlnwl l. Inc. delll.ff .

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ff' Avoids Contempt, Names (


r r Ancient City Club MembersJACKSONVILLE TASTY AJAX

BLUE PLATE LAUNDRY
BUTTERMILK I
JACKSONVILLE (APHol) he couldn't look in a mirror if
stead R. (Hoss) Manucy avoided he gave the names of his SALAD
a Jail term for contempt of friends. Biscuits Detergent :
II federal court by naming 174 persons .' He said he was connected with
as present or former members the club only to handle finances DRESSING f f5e
of the Ancient City Hunting He couldn't hunt with other I"

Club Friday. members, Godwin said, becausehe giant' '
Manucy remained under orderof I is crippled. pegs C pkl. Sge q I, 4 1
Manucy said he longer Is qt
U.S. District Court to give no 25 ,I t
addresses and possibly further president of the hunting club and cans I
names next week. He said all Isn't Invited to meetings. Jar LIMIT 1 PLEASE WITH THI
live in St. Johns Asked who is president now, \
he named or
LIMIT 4 PLiASI PURCHASI OP $S.00 OR MORI
Duval counties. ;Manucy refused to give a name LIMIT 2 PLEASE
The St. Augustine segregation and said "let's say maybe II )
leader came up with the names ain't smart for me to do so." I

from his memory an hour after
l Judge'Bryan Simpson ordered; CHS Vo-Ag I. a ;
him held in Jail up to 90 days "". Delicious
dairy specials s "JJ" PRICES ARE EFFECTIVE ',
for"contempt or until he produced Gets Gift Of '

Another some: official names.of the hunting; Gas Engines .0...... Testy Apple Juice ,: 25CHeart' THROUGH NOON WID. +vCREAM Idu

club, Jerome (Rusty) Godwin, CHEESE O :rIH4
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50, also was ordered Jailed up. The vocational agriculture department Dellht. al Ww"/ ,! .la If. c. .R ,
to 15 days for contempt of court. at Gainesville High CMf> ..,....D. .WWi'Weet lells,
Then he helped Manucy prepare School has received: donations of 2 J-n. 25 Apri't Necfer 'if. 3 7. SPAGHETTI-:
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under court injunction not to In- The engines 'were accompanied P tr P Flavorful 2 ,
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violence flared the past sum mantle the engines and put Minute/ MeW OreneeCONCENTRATE RAVIOLI
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THE. SUN'S POLICY 0' tk. an.e..o./ c_...... r As one might have supposed Red China's success la dele
,- 1 nating an atomic bomb is quickly being parlayed into a
1. Report the newt fully end impartially 'In the sews column WorldShares 1'3.t' diplomatic Imperative to admit her Into the United Nation
2. 3. Publish" ell sides _of Important contr.v rilal tttuti. by virtue of this great technological breakthrough, become
an indisputably great power we can no longer pretend that
The Sun's telephones, : All departments 378-1111 \ she doesn't exist" *

There are several things wrong with that statement the

ProblemsThere analysis of which should however await a moment's thought

We Choose JohnsonFor to the sublimer Imperatives of the American political cam? '
t
now Is no answer to paign.

eleven month,\ Americana George Wallace of Alabama and Sen. who really Is in charge at the
Kremlin. There THE EXISTING situation
Is Is this
an unwillingness : The Democratic and"the
have witnessed the performance Strom Thurmond, the Democratic to believe that the Republican Party Platform are both against the fecogni-
Lyndon Johnson in the presidency senator from South Carolina who two men named to replace the lion of Red China Any amateur observer of the political

and the candidacy ;of Barry Gold now calls himself a "Goldwater Re- ailing and eh a stoned Khrushchev ,I scene could bet with considerable security .one-thousanoV' ,
water for the office. By now their publican." Leonid Brezhnev and loose that neither Mr. Johnson nor Mr. Humphrey will in

philosophies and personalities are Such segregationists, as well as Alexel Kosygln.! art more N fy the next two weeks advertise any change In their position on
Red China.
And
wan
representatives of any betting man with a sharp
political
sufficiently clear so that a choice CM \ many people who the Civil a super eye
support board of directors named will bet one-thousand.to-one that in the ensuing period
as
be made as to which would be the Rights Law, are convinced that Sen.Goldwat.r' by the Presidium.In I<"Horold .Won'Lyndon's': 'I'FDiidn't suming the Democratic Administration ,is reelected ;their .
Winning and I Even
better president for the next four position will change.
"execution" of the law Great Britain the Social. I Know I Was punning." 3
ye rs. would be radically different from 1st Party has won a victory Not noticeably. The rroba-
but the ble route to the United Nations.
]President Johnson's enforcement of Parliamentary margin .
The paramount issues of this campaign it. The Sun thinks that Lyndon John. of it is so slight that only a THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST What s Johnson AdramtatraJ"
coalition with the tlon to likely to -do/ /
liberal
,during
In the Sun'a opinion is foreign son is right and Barry Goldwater will provide a majority party large; IMS-IMS to to allow I maJority --

1 policy 'And on every important segment 'wrong on the civil rights issue. enough to proceed with the Reverse in the United Nations to *

of foreign policy where the can. pledged program of the Labor MoralityC go ahead and admit Red
didates differ we regard Lyndon government Even this- -may-. China. I say "allow" because

Johnson's views aa sound and Barry Sen. Goldwater says that he is prove to ba Inadequate.IN v it to indisputably fact of
diplomatic life that if
the
Goldwater's views as dangerously un: a conservative. Let's look at the nuclear COMMUNIST device !has Chin been a ex a Shut fark fttmra water and his aides have not al Chairman, Dean Burch, United States with all its

aound. record. ploded./ A device is not a weapon By JAMES RESTON done. used It, not to discuss the issues power and prestige were to
but it Is folly to underestimate WASHINGTON In the It is possible to defend Gold- but to attack Johnson inform the United Nations"in
Sen. Goldwater seems 'to be obsessed The senator voted against the the fact that the closing days of the election 1 water's steles' rights policy and appeal for funds for an unambiguous terms that we
with the idea of threateningthe recent relatively moderate cut in income Chinese have begun a nuclear campaign, Sen. Goldwater has for dealing with the American other Goldwater broadcast would not tolerate the admission
program. Nor should the relied increasingly on two Negro's yearning for When the President's principal of Red China that would i,
of nuclear
use instrument taxes the
weapons an on grounds that
it'
world ignore the In. v 1 table arguments: That "the moral equality on con s tit u tlonal White House aide, Walter settle the matter; for good 1,
of foreign policy,'and he was fiscally unsound. Yet now he grounds but it Is much and all In short if
fact that other nations also fiber of the American people more Jenkins, was caught on a morals Red China,
hu repeatedly indicated that he is pledges that, if he is elected, he will are at work on their devices. is beset by rot and decay" .difficult to argue that the Ne- charge ta Washington, to admitted during the next

opposed to thevery idea of coexistence cut federal income taxes 6 per cent Whether the major powers and that the decline of moral gro should be left to the governors Goldwater said that he would period even If the United
with the Communists. ',a year for five years beginning in could even now unite to con standards at the top of the of Mississippi and Alabama say nothing about It publicly, States were to vote against
1966. trol proliferation of nuclear government has contributed to on moral grounds. but the Republican National admission-It would be only
power Is doubtful. this condition. It to possible, even If It Is Committee has been producing because of the tacit acqules-
But how can anyone survey the These three events are Regardless of the t rut h or difficult, to defend Goldwa- bumper stickers reading: once of the U.S.

J potential for nuclear destruction possessed But who can tell at this time what closely and complexly related falsity of these observations, ter's policy of Intimidation toward "Light Bulb Johnson. No AS FOR THE arguments, v .

f. by both ..raiel West and the nation's budget ,needs will be with the United States its this is a proper subject for, the Communists on the wonder be turned out the The most vulnerable surely 'Ia. ..: ':.. y.
J conclude that there' is any alternative three or four or five years from now, domestic and I n t e r national discussion in any prell den-, basis of power politics, but lights In the White House." the argument that by falling $"
or what inflationary pressures politics, and Its economy. tlal campaign. The moral con it to harder to defend this on to recognize: Red China we
Il to coexistence other) than coexistence may The new Soviet government dition of a nation Is surely m his own moral foundation. MEANWHILE, In the name "Ignore" her existence. Sure-
develop, or what the international
:M "co-death" in an ,atomic, moved with great haste to reassure less Important than Its economic -" Barry cannot have it both of "morality," a Goldwater ly the contrary to true. It I is
holocaust situation! may demand in the way of Western and Asian nations condition. The ultimate ways. To condemn the corrup- committee produced a film impossible to ignore the existence

federal spending for defense 1. that Moscow would continue test of any society Is the char tion in a nation to a duty; to tying Juvenile delinquency, the of ,Red China. There.-:.-: =
Yet 'Sen. 'Goldwater has opposed the peaceful coexistent acter of its people, and the appeal to its noblest qualities, Negro demonstrations ta t h e after all, she Is.. The decls- -
major proposal to lessen inter Is Sen. Goldwater's tax cut pro- policy established by the deposed People l are obviously Influenced to try to exalt it to admirable; streets, and pornography to ion not to recognize her to
every posal an example of responsible Khrushchev. It was this by the standards set but to condemn expediency In the "model" of Johnson above all, however, paradoxical
national tensions and reduce the danger conservative policy that had so angered at the top. Johnson and then to use It speeding In his Lincoln: Continental /. a recognition of her exist- ?,
of war. He was one of the few policy? Red China. yourself, to hypocrisy. and throwing beer cans ence-and a corollary commitment
senators 19 out of 99-who voted MORE AND MORE the "WE LIVE by symbols," out the window. And this created not to recognize her

against the nuclear'test ban treaty, Sen. Goldwater has contradicted Army is believed to have been Justice Holmes once re THE EVENTS of last week such a controversy, when legitimacy. If ,a labor Jintou 1
f under which we and the Russians himself so often in his oWn writings the major Influence In the decision. marked. We tend to imitate illustrate thefundame ntal exposed In the press, that the decide to boyco.tt.tlie t JloI; !t \.:
and more recently in his speeches Army leaders still what succeeds. Walter Bage- contradictions bet w e e n his Senator finally asked that the ler Manufacturing Company,
agreed to stop testing atomic weapons think hot words and his actions. He movie be withdrawn. it
that it is despite nuclear weapons the English philosopher con- can hardly be maintained }
in the atmosphere, in outer space, impossible to tell exactly and missiles, In terms of based hit whole theory of the ceded that the first nuclear All this b why, even ta competition that the Union "Ignores" Koh- '
and under water., what he does believe, now. Lyndon borders. The vast stretch! of progress of nations on the .explosion in China, the political with the most political / ler's existence, on the contrary
Johnson on the) other hand has followed ,almost two thousand miles of quality of their leaden and upheaval the Soviet candidate for the residency the union doubly recog

Sen. Goldwater voted against-thisnation's a consistent, middle-of-the-road frontier shared by China was, the quality of their d I s cus* Union and the British elec- ta this century Gold- aloes It, the Kohler Company -
course and hu proved to be a highly and is, a tremendous strategic slons. tion were momentous events water Is losing the moral Issue extols and moreover
Joining with other countriesin competent chief executive. problem for each country. Goldwater, therefore, has last week, but when Johnson In this campaign. For the must precisely be boycotted, '
advancing funds to the United/ Nations Europe especially middle raised a fundamental q u e s- talked to the nation about longer the battle has gone on, according to the union's argument t'
to enable it to continue Its '. Europe was a somewhat I'lion ,but oddly, the more he them last Sunday night, the the more he has adopted the ?}
I peace-keeping operations in explosive more d I s t u r b lag problem. has called for higher standards Senator condemned this as a very political expediency he The decision line United
trouble spots abroad. Furthermore a rural Florida vote Here it was not the border' the more the standards political gimmick I I and demanded has condemned.In States Over the years, with
for Sen. Goldwater is a vote for farm that precipitated the decision of his own campaign have de equal time to state the process, the Republican respect to Red China Is to do if
bankruptcy. More than 7,800 Florida to remove the veteran pr edined; the more he bit the Republican Party's view candidate has lost the the unusual thing with respect
The candidate from Arizona is opposed farmers would mier. That the move had long talked about morality, the of these events. one Issue that might i have to her. The usual thing <. t,
:j to the exchange of peoples between have their backsto been considered seems obvious. more he hes kit the support This demand was rejectedby helped him more than any b to recognize. Tie,I&nffsTjalT"':
the Communistic countries and the walls by the Republican candi Equally sure Is the suddenness of the most influential morat the Federal Communlca- other. He to right that thereto thing Is not to' recognize ; ..
1 the free world. He denounces trade date's proposed elimination of farm of the final decision lots ta the nation. rations Commission and the both moral decline and moral That act of non .. recognition ,_
( with kind of economic aid to price supports. Cattle prices would It now Is believed that the The reason for this Is fairly TV networks, unfairly In this anxiety In the nation but draws much more atten-
or
any correspondent's view. But he and his vice tlon to Red China than
I presidential the
drop to $14,60 100 French Communists have has
a pounds; milk to, may clear. His campaign
the east European satellite nations- the .when NBC on a twinge of candidate, William Miller, routine act of lJItIoD..u : :
triggered
$3.96 100 precipitous removal not been faithful to the high.en
a pounds ; tobacco to 42 .
even though it must be clear that the of Mr. K h r u shchev. morality he has Invoked. conscience: gave them equal have merely dramatized the 1

policy followed by the Eisenhower, cents a pound. Trance has one of the largest It Is easy and fair enough to time, the Republican Nation- disease they have condemned.ly the WHAT bomb DIFFERENCE has r
made
Kennedy and Johnson administrations Communist parties outside attack the administration on Only the difference -
in this area has greatly weak. Sen. Goldwater proposes a "returnto Rarest Two days before the the Bobby Baker -.. The China has that preclsRtcr': ,==,-
sought to make 1
ened ,Moscow's control over those constitutional government" but meeting that ended Mr. Khrushchev's President has not been candid .r detonating it Asa by
he asks the dominance, the about his relations with Baker military
Florida
satellite countries and has resulted farmer to take threat It to remote. She has
that ride French Communist leadership from the start It II also fair DON'T LET THE TEAM DOWN l
en an empty stomach. He no delivery system no Beans t
in their from
growing Independence deserves no vote from a thinking sent word to Moscow that it to raise questions about the Supposedly told to UF President J. Beds to produce the bomb on a l
Russian dictation. would pursue an entirely independent security arrangements and enthusiastic alumnus at Homecoming Keep 'up the good scale sufficient to threaten the
Florida farmer farm
or supplier. role. The Italians the working habits in the work. The way you're going you'll soon have a university peace of the world.
Sen. Goldwater has shown that he e S the second major party In White House on the Walter here that. Coach Graves and the football team can be proudof. .
Europe already had made Jenkins case.Johnson ." Precisely the point of the'
Is an Impetuous man, inclined to Finally, a less important but not insignificant such an announcement In ta appearance and bomb to not to exert mil *' r
speak first and think later. But in argument that weighs Middle Europe the smaller action, almost seems to be a AFTER ALL, THAT'S WHAT THEY CAME FOR itary pressure, but diploma
these perilous times we need a prudent Communist countries were symbol of the American stage There has been a drastic curtailment of drinking at UF tic pressure. Our panic In the
thoughtful man In the White heavily in Lyndon Johnson's favor restive and demanding' they be politician and it would probably football games according to Campus Police Chief A. L face of the existence el. the
House. for all Ftarldans, is his Republican allowed to develop their own be expecting/ too much Shuler.. Commenting w the Ole Miss game the Chief/ said, bomb to precilelJwbatKId
opponent' favoring a reduction in national communism, tailoredto to think that the Republicanswould "Without any complaints (about tipplers) to distract them China had In mind for- us.-'
the moonaho not dramatize the popular our officers were able to the best football more dangerous the en
Lyndon Johnson has shown that h.r program at Cape Kennedy their own culture and econ- enjoy game ever 4 I They
fears and Illusions. such played by the Gators." becomes surely, the.
Is a prudent man. In the Tonkin Gulf while, incredibly, he criticises my.ONCE a situation. e greater need to isolate her
THESE C.u n trlet
incidents in Viet Nam for example the Johuoa'administration for a and to choke to death her
separated, then the R u s llaaborderlDEuropeweuldbe IN GOD WE TRUST potential
he displayed the ability to use American apace race lag. BUT WHEN THE Republican "These doors have never been closed before, because the threat.

arnjed force decisively but at the more vulnerable than before. candidate for the presidency federal government Is sensitive about, things like that," a The challenge posed by: a
r same tins with wise restraint. Sen. Goldwater's opposition to the The French announcement appeals to the voters1 custodian at the old Post Office told an Inquiring reporteron Red China's bomb to precis-
rnoonshot program at Cape Kennedy undoubtedly shook the leaders longing for a higher morality moving day Monday. ely to America's diplomaticand
floes not merit him a single vote In Moscow because of fee /Influence ta American political life, ha .To Illustrate I his point he attempted to close one of the military
The Ban regard* civil lights as the it would have on these bad better live up to tt himself heavy metal doors. It couldn't: be budged frozen in place challenge to the she
major domestic issue In this cam. Democratic or Republican in Florida, middle European Communist and this is what Cold- by the vtetaritudmi/ of time. lent Imperialisms tooth and
a state whose economy is Inextricably neighbors.The nail. ta Lane and South VietNam
paign. Hers again Sen. Goldwater'srecord tied to the race to the moon. defeated British Conservative and Indonesia, and Ind I -.

Is unsatisfactory. party had Insisted ia. To embargo the exporta.. i,
S on possession of a nuclear deterrent I tion of food products. To mobolbe -
Voice of the
He was,' for example, one of only We certainly do not support all 'of ta the form of Polaris People Far Eastern support I
submarines bought (r a m the against. her. Admit her into
six Republican senators who voted the measures that Lyndon; Johnson United States. The Labor government the United Nations and fOIl'

against the Civil Rights Act. has advocated. And we art less than has scorned this as do to .her prestige, to her aresumption -;
On The Sun's
enchanted with some of his past as. pretense and deception and Opinion Page of Far Eastern pro-;

His reluctance to itand forthrightly sociations. said, .ta pre-election pledges oate... ... ....... .. ... ii.... en ....... r ... v... t ... Pies.. e.5. Lanes eminence hopes. : precisely what she: ,z
e that It would have none of It ... M Peed ..* kw ... ..*.... !<* !.. MMM. iriH k* ilt...M If .......... A MM ...... and supposes we and.
for federal enforcement of the new The British may now be expected ... need 100 .OT* ... .... to ...*ee M .... iii rife d MM ..... fMi MM* U .... TWIM the UX win do. (
law and his persistent emphasis on"states' But, after weighing all the important to press for Red HMUMl ... f<'M W ...... M* haw w H tk.... a. ..*.* ....*... .*. WltWt .i. H.t 't,
issues, it is the Sun's Judgment China's place In the UN. and sr.r. FT WOULD BE timely for
In this have
rights" regard that the best interests of the for an I n t e r national conference Ethics fervor avowed that he WI' wealthy/ man whose trace Senator Goldwater to relter-! '
attracted to his cause the moat extreme country win be served by the electionof on control: el nuclear Conipare not a Oimmunlrt when he able fortune come from aa ate his recommendation of sew;
Russia, presumably was seeking Americas aid industry regulated eral yean ago: that V the UJfJ! '''I\
i segregationists, such ss Gov. the Johnson-Humphrey ticket. weapons. Of LBJ by politicsand
should
Barry submit toBsChina's
c
would participate. Eisenhower suggested to politicians and ta his
The United States, therefore Sun Khrushchev that we would be case be bus s monopoly ta blackmail, the Unites
POTOMAC FEVER soon win be laced witha EDITOR : "C e m. far more Interested ta deeds/ spite el many applies 11 e a s States will answer bv saying: '
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BY JACK WILSON Cewle.. of nuclear power can what sounds like a wise So. to the light of so many icant There seems to be a was absokrter/ tilt!'. .
Washington Boreal red ta net
not much longer be Ignored thing to do and would tend to words that have proved meaningless invisible wealth impossible suggesting SBCBF
/1 GOP strategist are planning a slick ssovt: They'll admit all the faults Cold- In International e o a ferences Indicate a reasonable and rational ran wondering If a to trace but w b Ie .b a crisis would sever.,. ends ,
water and Miller have beet) charged will 't III| ak the toters le hire the handi seeking to avoid nuclear conflict man. "I will need your look at the fives and ethics many believe connected wink such drcnmsttacea.' seem n
ta the to come"to Bulie Sol Kates and Wehave ,uVt. sly we
days
capped.Th'ere's. We more and more are prayers of our two candidates for Bobby
ta a very frightening sense, what sounds like the appeal president might not Influence Baker who seem to 'live charmed would withdraw Is the eventof '
this guy his wife never approves of anything he wears except aa one world with one major of a devout man. our chore b the case of the Byes ander the protection rengniUM. ta order thai to .

" apron to' wash dishes in. problem. Castro with almost religious President we see aa extreme- Use COMPAU rage I) snafu guarantee.. wedst absolutely ttner ha00es'rear' = ,

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home of Mrs. Gussie Ross, 01 f I morning and afternoon. M r.. :
704 S. W. 5th Terrace, on behalf Alice Ulmer
I ; vice president;
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(( iiUi of the Board of Lodge No. 113. A Mrs. H.ttle Primes,: recording

IuinezuiIkJoie All usher board members are a ..... II secretary; Mrs. Esther Hamm
asked to be present x ... t corresponding secretary.
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Ik NAMIM* ..'...... MSfuMlrtifl To Observe Anniversary t j, Mells, Miss Odessa Flourney
H. PAT CO"" .!. VIM ...... The ton anniversary of Sup', : Mrs. A. L. Brooks, Mrs. Verde
Florida's Beautiful Mil IO JOHNSON VM rimltUtMi erlntendent S. R. Lampkin. Dixon and lira Willie Mad .'I".'
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pastor of the East Side Church : ..
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University City' MfWtori to* TMTMUOMI. of God In Christ here begins 1 The enrollment: societies, $3:,

Vies........,.. w,Cir w the Oct.M through Nov. 1. '. f messengers, |1;; Matrons' Cir .". .
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1. Report the news fully 4nd impartially hi the *tw columns. AILING IN HOSPITALThe .. al \; ; 1 '1. a.,. messengers, 25 cents and Sunshine -. ..
following persons 1.
I 2. Cxpmt'the opinions of the Sun b> but only fct-adltonols. i .'. .i Band, $I.. Mrs. Esther II
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controversial bum. reporter.
3. Publish all aides of Important Hospital: Mrs. Julia Worthy 1":\ f

The Sun's telephones; :' All 'departments 378-1411 Mrs. HalUe Jackson and Mrs. : MEETING SUCCESSFULThe ..
Hattie Jordan, Mrs. F. D. Shannon .. United Church Women of .
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reporter. } I jilt' : the the Gainesville Holy Trinity Area Episcopal meeting at (.' I

DUVAL ELEMENTARYThe 4 I I 1 Church on Thursday was very' :: I

Friday assembly program Mkm successful._ i_ __ _:
sixth .
Voice of: the was sponsored by grade 1 '
.. I People I section, E. J. Coachman, In doThe theme",* was" ""!:aJb'( in Mis-
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structor. The program was pa- -- <
triotic. Songs, readings, quartets Top ,Judging Team ., 'A.tolfe4'IHI1rfw.\'. ..:. ... :::1 In i

On The Sun', Opinion Page and other musical numbers The Alachua Court4rT team won Tint place In the judging contest at the honor of Mrs Chris "Matheson

were presented. The play was annual District Swine Show this week. Team members are (from left) Cartrell who was recently elected state
0,lnlmi seed CMUMirti .l See laaftM1 on.' vilfame .to MM Vita at the No* ....... Esthete ; "What Is Aa American I, Williams Richard Weal Gary McClain and Rayfield McGhee. Asst. County president. .-.. I
mint be tf.M4 and (bust the .,IIet'. ...... MMMS vM U HMMU II .......... A hmr tk..MMI 1 The contest sponsored by the Agent E. M. Greene, team coach is in the rear. (Sun photo) ":.;. Tft. attendance' *:l'val'J
.....
exceed 500 wends MS Meet k. welttee an .... iss elde If Its purees Pawy eeee..t M till Duval Elementary: School Mothen' ,- -
lull mm* MM tit hi H rake see k.*st ee *. akartM -. vrriMut kaatl e MM vritaf'a MOW. orCompare I gowj, .. 'J -
Is...,. Club successfully terminated Clnsey, pastor; Mrs. Barbara Shady' Grove Primitive Baptist Singers To Appear- ,
EthicsOf fervor ..vowed'uiat he was ly wealthy man whose traceable -' 1'rkIa1111OC'111D1 during Watson, reporter. Sunday School 10 I The Sunrise Singers will appear | AILING AT HOME .
not a Communist when he fortune cornea fro m an assembly The winners were: VOTERS LEAGUE a.m. with Superintendent Deacon In a musical program i at The following persons are ailing t-
.
was seeking American aid. Industry regulated by politics Miss Duvsl Shirley King The Alachua County Voters Lewis C. Williams In charge the Bethel A. M. E. Church today .at their home: ntn Mltib. J
LBJ,. BarryEDITOR Eisenhower 'suggested"' to and politicians and In his fourth grade: Little Miss Duval, League will give honor to those The pastor will review the lee at 7:30: p.m. iv.Mrs,' EsteflrKpoplet t

Khrushchev that we would be case he baa a monopoly in Beverly Webster, third grade: Mnoni who worked to diligently son Morning worship, Ham. The World Prayer Band will E
Sun: "Come far more Interested to deeds spite of many applicationsfrom and Miss Kindergarten, C o r I a In the Vote Registration by the pastor.. The women are serve dinner at 1 p.m. WILLIAMS P.T.A. -.o 1
let us reason together" in than words.So others to provide serv Brown. The Mother's Club pros- Drive that put more than Sooo asked to remain after the The regular monthly meeting '

what sounds like a wise i in the light of so many ice. There seems to be a dent Is Mrs. Elisabeth Brown. additional names on the Registration morning worship.' The pastor, ALACHUA. NEWS If the Williams Eelementary ;'1,

, 1 thing to do and would tend to words that have proved mean' vast invisible wealth Impossible Books at the Office of officers members and friends Notice School P.T.A.'will bo held In k
: Indicate reasonable and rational ingless I'm wondering If a to trace but which YOUTH FORUM the Supervisor of RefUtratlon. will worship at the Zion Temple The Crying Jubilee Singers the school cafetorlum on Toeskday .
believe connected with The Youth Forum of the Ml at S .m. This meeting has
I man. "I will need your look- at the lives and ethics many At the Recreation Center on A.M.E. 'Zion Church, 4 p.m. will appear In a musical program p ,
I In the days to come" candidates for Blllle Sol Estes and Bobby Carmel Baptist Church wU conduct at the Antioch been designated as "Stand Up
prayers of our two Monday, Nov 2, at I p.m. certificates Evening worship, 7 p.m. devotional Baptist
For Me
the services Night. Each child Is II
Baker who to live charmed today.
Is what sounds like the seem Church here I
appeal president might not Influenceour : will be banded out to services, 7 p.m. TheWomen's today at p.m.
The theme Is "Youth to be
lives under the of Today represented by a ,
of a devout man. the of the protection parent
I I choice. In case persons whose names have been Day program will The public Is Invited to at-
Facing the Challenges of To- guardian or an Interested
: I, Castro with almost religious President we see aa extreme-- (See COMPARE... I, marrow" submitted by leaders In every; terminate Nov. 15 There will bea ten this fine entertainment ion. The class that has the per-

1 community In Gainesville and banquet In the dining room largest In attendancewill
" During the morning worship parents
"d of the church Nov. 14 at I p.m. LACROSSE NEWS '
II '.m. Ray Glasper will be Alachua County.A The donation la The receive an award and a ? )
100. Contest
.News of Interest powerful get out the public Singing certificate of :
: Special the principal speaker. There Is Invited. Rev. R. J. Gain- There will be a singing contest recogntloBvEcH| \
vote speaker will be heard durIng family la urged to be
if I will be the Installation of offi- represent
ous, pastor; Mrs. F D. Shan at the St. Paul Baptist
the activities Cheser ed.
evening -
cers during the evening worshipat non, Church here
reporter. today beginning at
To the Colored Community 7 p.m. Shell, chairman. 1 p.m. October Is membership drive j

I The public Is Invited. Sandra CLUB PROGRAM PLANNED There Is no admission fee, but month. Chairman of the drives
COUNCIL
Williams, reporter. The Progressive Choirs' Union a free will offering will be Mrs. Ora Mae .
ac Rents.
should directed to Ben F. Chllds .
I News Items for this page be Colored News The Gainesville Club Council!

w editor, by mail at 526 :NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 1-5759. Do not swig LACROSSE: NEWS baa set Tuesday, Dec. 22, as will Hopewell present Baptist a program Church at the today cepted. The program planning .}o!:m.;:*' i '

f items directly to the Ban office.whm United Choirs' Uawa. the date for the 5th AnnuaChildren's at 3 p.m. NOTICE: ,milieu will present the proposed I

1 Pwnril '-'- suss Ml will tt awed M Mat Ii'f The United Choirs' Union wIll Christmas Party .1.1the The public Is Invited to witness The semi.annual session of the year's calendar of events. I

COMMUNITY RELATIONS cwt For its "look" at tilt university ''fling his parents. Rev. and convene at the Bethel A. M. E. Recreation Center. this fine entertainment. Women's Horns Mission and Educational Chairman of this committee II 1

TALLAHASSEE Focus of the public Is Invited to Mrs. James Shannon, Sr. Church here today at S p.m. All clubs and Individual contributors Convention, auxiliary Markus Boston. 4 ,''f f

the 1M445 Florida LAM University visit the Vocational Technical Kiss Mary Baker aDd III s sAnD The public la Invited. Mark ate asked to make LACROSSE NEWS to the Jerusalem Mission Bap' The Ways and Means committee -
Community R e 1 atlons Institute. Miller, both of Miami vey Brown, president; Mrs. M. donations In the amount of tlO 23rd AnniversaryThe tlst Association, Mrs. L. A. Wl. will present the tproposedj i

Program Dr. George W. Gore During March, the focus Is .whose visit here and Jacksonville Holmes, secretary; Mrs. Doris on or before Dec. 10. Union Prayer Band will Hams, president Rev. T. D. Da und-ralslng activity for Noveav 'Mao* I
Jr., president announced this i "Scientific Knowledge Is a for the past weeks has load, reporter; Rev. W. H. Last year more than 350 observe Its 23rd anniversaryfrom vII, moderator, will be held at her, Chairman of this commit.
week. will be "The University Must for Citizens." The ec. boon pleasant left yesterday Walker pastor. children attended this affair, Nov. 2 through Nov. I at the New Hope Baptist Church tee, Mrs. Sherry Wlngate
I Opens Its Doors for the Com- munlty 11 Invited to- visit the for their home. and It Is sure to be more this the Bethel A. M. E. Church at Wllllston. Rev. J. H. Phillips \\i
munity to Take a Good Look/ science: buildings Mrs. Helen West left yesterday BOMICOMINOTOUATERIZ'I'IIZL ye.r here. pastor, Friday, Nov. 20 at 7:30: P.TA. President Is Mrs John =J'
Implementation of the 1964-45 Visits to the Student Union for Chicago III, becauseof The committee chairmen for Peterson

community relations program Is and, dormitories will point up business. She will be away Homecoming at Greater the party are: Refreshments, MAULDIN- -l y .., ,
being made possible through a the emphasis for the month of for several days. AJU. Church will be observed Mrs. Nellie Grant; recreation /e s Rochelle News. ., '. ,.'.
series of monthly emphases ..Injt April "The Students Living in Miss Mamla Walker of Jacksonville today at the 11 am. service Irs. Dorothy Grlflln; trsnsporlatlon Nt Wemes's Day Pleased*

I jt l I which the community Is Invited a Democracy.' will spend the weekend Ivory member Is eipscted toM Titus Harper: decoration Women's Day win be observed

i,\I' to visit the university and view In May, the theme will l be hero with her aunt Mrs. present accompanied by one Mrs. Gladys D. Ate** today, Hall Chapel Methodist '
,_ the activities of a particular I"Sincere Consideration Shouldbe Doris Days, and other relativesand or more friends. I. H. Caffs)' der; purchasing, Mrs Elora Church: I
\ area of the institution Given to One's Health.. The friends. will be the speaker. Joe Welcome GUI; and food preparation\ Bu i The schedule of services Is as
1$ During October, emphases community will be Invited to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones Jr., will be the featured gene Brown and Eddie Cunningham. follows: 10 a m. Sunday School

"' are "The Administration In Ac visit the School of Nursing and and sea, James, all of Trenton soloist L V. Davis;. pres" Mrs. Ernestine Walker Guest
k! tion" and "The Arta Give Cultural the Florida A&M U n I v s rail) N. J.. were guests of Mrs Preparetory to the Annual dent Superintendent H a neat .Teachers
' Uplift. Visitors td the Hospital. James' relatives here the past Conference, the "Pastor's Appreciation" ui t Mrs. Juanita Jones,' Adult

, offices of Lee Hall, the administration -I :"Wholesome Food Preparation two weeks. will .be held startIng MEN'S WOMEN'S DAY class; Mrs. Christine' Plummer, .

' I building and to Tucker Is a Necessity for Wholes Miss Mary H. McDonald and out today with through till Nov."Minister's S closing The Men's and Women's Day Jigd lo .Clasa: MaM Rosa Spence,

s If er Hall, the Little Theatre and some IJv1n," is the focus for Miss Fannie Thomas both of Staging Contest" Conference observance will be held at the 1 i Youth- Class; -Mrs.. Msyols .
, ) the Art Center are Invited to June, when community m e tubers Deland, whose visiting in Claims due the First Baptist Church today. The James, KJndergasten and PrlmsrrMiTMsfJorle .
by
, r view areas of FAMU activity will be invited to visit the 'Gainesville for the past two ben. The era public is Invited mem toaU schedule of services Is as, follows !- / Johnson, )

11I.\1 -In. administration and- the- arts University- Commons and dining weeks has been pleasant left activities. Mrs. Altameae 1 : Guest.Reviewer; MJssJiuoila.'
i During the month of November halls. yesterday for their home Wtagste reporter. 1 Mrs. Ella M. Daniels, 'a MIl, cr: WI.... ::::
If the theme will be "Func I The program for a year ol Robert Watts, of Tampa Is sacber In Duval Elementary Carolyn Wlmborlfj -
r: \ tional Education for All Citi giving the community a good combining buslnesss and pleasure NOTICE School, will be guest speaker at 'lanlat: and .Mrs:. t../l.lt. T-,.:: I

zens." Visits .to the School of look t tat Florida MM University In Gainesville! for two Registration for the 1N44IduK 11 a.m. Rush/ General' Superintendent.

I Education the FAMU Demonstration was developed by members weeks. A' Cosmetology Class at Rev. Henderson from Hawthorne ? lljjn. Morning Worship:. Z' :: ;
I AIM University Mrs Mildred Williams ntum,1Iterda1' ..*
and the of the Florida Mrs. UiciniWITII PresNk
Schools mtr :
ed .here Washington I.bcota High School which .bedgist will also be .the guest
t Nursery School are planned. Advisory Council of Community two- OB He.. S ,II now open. speaker at I p.m. lag; Miss Evelyn .Jackson '. :
"jt "Farming Is the Backbone of Leaders. Sharing responsibility D. C.; following a Application blanks may be secured 'CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Guest Pianist; Mrs. Wllmasmllton i
"I( America" Is the focus scheduled (for formulating the program week visit with her daughter, from the office duringschool Zion Temple A.M.E. Zion Occasion: ; Mrs.. Dona J
.. for December and win were the Rev. M. G. Miles Mrs. Annie U Williams, and hours. Applies tlons ,lurch School II am. and Coward, Introduction of fseak.r a. i
visits to die School of Dr. James Hudson, and Mrs. other relatives. Mrs. Alexander
it Include should be returned by Friday, Morning Worship It am. Bpsa ; Gladys ;
P Agriculture. Eva Mannings. NOTICE Oct 23. worship service at 4 speaker speech therapist Ala- :
'I p.m.
'f' In January, visits to the gymnasium PERSONALS Requirements are as folws I- hua County r Miss Evelya Jack* :
i ease Note Annual Conference
Crave Primitive Baptist :
and stadium will high base Lovett and Charles Mat. Shady IOn.IoIe iifrs.. fiorfcjwVHsIl
.. (
:
i sad I II. win In Nov. IImmber 1--h4ty.
Church wll convene Tamps,
j light the theme: "PhysicalFitness I I cars, both of Indiana, lad, were fellowship with the worship ZIon Temple Proof of high" school graduation ,A of our members have 'nd Miss'flossle w>a 1;0ffe,. .
Is a Must for Compe- here recently combining business 1q: and Mrs. Cora Robenoa, :
10th grade
Citizens." and pressure. A. M. E. Bon Church today at or eojulvslency I tot paid their General Claims t .... ... ..
I tent"He Who Has a Grade Has James Shannon, Jr., of oLcago 4 pjn. Rev. R. J. Oatoous, pastor test In the score.all purpose Test will room be given siHAM. i An. W. L. louder, pastor. ,"HoroW Won Lyndon's Winning, and I Didrv t Qvin fs j.aw.Ater.oes.=Wirsldo: .-
of
and senior choir Shady
an Estate" Is the February fo- m;was here recently via-' Grove win_be to charge of the .: Friday, Oct. 21. I School.ML Cannel I.M a m.laptlatlunda: momma wordship I Know I Wos Running." Mrs. Lurllla Williams, Prcsldg -

services. The congregation will 1 Health card (blood test and : II s m. Mailer Ray Clasp- In ; Mount Dial Guest Choir,
vlnaton II". .Chanlet
way ; Roe
accompany fee pastor. Rev er will be speaker on the .. ,. .
W. L. Souder to Beater of ZteaTemple. J. White uniforms (Including occasion. !Baptist.flt Training Union .. eMebane InfUll.l inUOdurtlon i.: Cm
shoes). Mn.4 CJrIslr':
:
l }:. : and evening worship '
.la 7eTrti tYfN'x p.m.
4. Work kit Instructor, Bradford County;
There win be literary
PATIENT IN MBB. CENTER Financial Obligations. : Registration 7pm. 11Iertwill ., i. Mre. Doris. Sawyer Soto: Mrs. '
as!. E. Jaw of Chatted, HIM; lilt **M; State be program mid-week presented.Meditation '. Edna Hart aad'Art.;:JtattioTiJHue.
to a patient to me i. HllllsaHBer Board MI: Text .book. r JO. ( Offering; and Mrs. Oaria.
tI t Medical deer Room Total humNOTE Services Tuesday 710: p.m., and Ui.Li ht Robinson. Alachul. CIIMIFIIAttlrDemonstration !:
saw. the Choir will have m rehearsal ,
i''
tit CstoesvUJe. Mrs. F. DBmnrmn : This course Is open to .I agent, response
reporter. high school graduates or persons I p.m.; Teachers'Meet.lie .r.I rS \/I Rev. J. J. Trued, ........' Ml ,
who hive a a sees a fifty Thursday, 7 pjn. and also 1 :4 ..
. r1 1sEWs passed the tenth grade Equfvency Business Meeting I p.m.: and 1PtGESTa
, Test the Choir win spin have Us rehearsal By ELEANOR OWKNS! nad HKKIIKHT: JO.NKX:! I l SPORTSMAN :

j The Rtllgtes Choirs' Union Friday I pjn.ML 1

G IIwiS render a program, entmed'Choirs A LANDMARK Olive Primitive BaptistSunday -] .tJ '
The first ant .. anmlnatioa There he dollars :
School IMI.m. morning won seventy
la Parade" 8t the Bible Thought --Crow k ; l{
St Paul Baptist Chareh I here the. grace sad knowledge of oar worship II ...., and evening was given at A. L. Mebane for National high Pointer and ,
of worship I Rev.. H. October It.: M stadents think twenty dollars for the Florida SURVIVAL FOOD.
behalf the
today at S pm. ea Lord and Savtoar Jesus Christ" pm. cII
Female Pntsetion Society. Deacon II Peter 11: (I...) KiMIJ, pastor. they did a very good Job. State Judging team coming hi {"
i Tae Robinson, arsalamt.Mrs. East Side Church of Cod ai. The Alachua A B N.r.A flnt place. t
Beatrice Heal, reporter inANSaUNqUET' ChristChurch School 11a.m. Chapter. participated ,Is the Uth, The Mebane Hornets played i
Annual Fat hog show which was their fourth of the season
gam t
11 X
There will ho a banquet tom L; morning worship, :
TN"MlTIIG
JOtNTSnTKB and 1 held st the Gstoesvffle Livestock: with the Murray Bulldogs GIll
of am.; evening worship
dnaaf room the
Shady
: 1 Elder Wtaor Camp aad ass Grave PrtnUva. Baptist ,A Eider J. Co Carter pastorBresson .1.1IlL Market to CauNSvBk, Florida Augustine Florida. Friday Bight M vo se .a
oiasgregstMSi ties Palate wB Church' ea Nov. 14. Mertali Bap on Tuesday October _; 1... .St Augustine. The Hornets .err IIIIID
1
y conduct a Mat service at meMs. The donation Is tie tistRevival. meeting will bsgia -,The Alachua A Cheater Jadging played s very good game. Outstanding s e.tci.o
Ottra Prhottvt Baptist : team composed! II AMred Rob ball carriers were At OIL+t suw5uwvtVAV ,..
Oct 21 at I Rev Mel.
Coorch today at > pm.TkepaMae TIUlTDAY lIT vtt Roberts of p.m.Bronaoa, winspeak t 1I. Nathaniel CaWry.' Fred'fred Dlxoa. Joseph Kelly. Oliver t wmICIUfNOO tNMawomi.nw
rick Fisher and Willie Brown Anderson and Horace Garrison.'oatatanding .
b tovttod. no.,
Truaeaae'DsyheebeeasetatBaptist : and Tuesday I ,.....' I
placed Second and the Alachua', tackles were made e.ool
Chareh:: the tint Sunday Rev. C L Demises will also .
>>R ea B l Judging team composed of Alfssr by WIllIe Brows. Joseph Kelly, n II s.t.auae,
hi ...... ... Mrs. Eva Anderson. re- liMO tortrosnre.
at Durant, Fredrick Walker,,IJfe Sunmns, Joshua Welch, ..
The of sK Is ask- .
FFA AwardsThe the Csesar Bettat A. MX oaeparadoa Date Alphonsa WUsoa and Charles Winston Durr. At the end of WNss
... Butler '- .Hope WeD you aw suers asst
Chorea has heea set far today Jordan placed third.In .. till game the scores were Murray OleatVntt..Ore. ... M
Ltacola High' School Chapter ., the New apssasrsl by the Trastses's AME.Sunday M the Showmanship Contest. Bulldogs M and MetaneHornets tNK1ew waTe en MtTSweii
of America was notified ay tfce Fitter.Farmers B..tr. WOI .D" ....; Elder W. M. Robenoa sill Walter Anderson of Alachua B I .. ..sue...w eta ,AiwTo
Farmers .-', Day observance win hold his 4lh Quarterly ... ..... .... a A ,
of America FonsWatbn. Pat Metes Hate Far rsnsportattoa can- FR, won third place and Fredrick The A. L. Mebane student and.I aaevoS
.
.. .
(above left) Md.hee.. awarded a efceek far_ $2S MM. Ft M4N, FH H7O erFR.MMI be held at OH Shady Grove u ...; ACJt.fsasjis.Spm.: fisher of 'AUehua'A won 4th, Fatuity .body would like to,e. ..........war..-war-.teem.aeaices ......
for plada second to the Sail and Wat.r .. .... PrkaWve Baptist Chareh eaHtv. sod evening. wonI p. 7 p.m. OnMonday place. Fredrick Fisher was tress their deepest sympathy ma ca-.CII mid

,1 w must Contest while a atadeat here at Uaeaaa Has A vary asasresdnf program S.adap, U at S ..... Rev. L. A. among the 4 high scare l upon the passing. of Eleanor aad 1 ewers esroa tsaatuc
School daring the WJ-44 .... ..... UsttM BarrU iee hen issaaod. Mrs. A. rWtagate Hbnaa, paster and his. s s ..- Willie Brows attended A and Linda Owens' Father.
; was awarded a M Series E.t Saris* Boa* for report*; Rev. W JOINT stamcc oars frees New Hops Baptist M University. October 14 hiTaflahasMs To represent the Chorus bHsnecoming me'

hb participation .to the Dactrlflcatleei Content. Tha S. Wink. pester.lCVl Elder Walter Camp aad his Chan win conduct the service for practical Judg Festivities Willie Jp.NWf"l' l
Florida P.w" Corporation made this Bead ....... coagregadaa from Palatka. will The public. M ........ Rev. CIW- tog of Ova slocks.: From there Doskr aad Paulette Cannily ,

These aew farmers graduated with the 1M4 .... tt: rsadurl a toast service at the tee !Inman. pastor; Mrs. WllHe he went to Atlanta Georgia; for ware slotted as.Mr. she Miss i
class. There wtR be a t a heeki Chare today at J ... Rev H. Mat Perry ,.,.,... the National Judging Contest Sr. Chorus. --


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POLICE, FIRE REPORT NW 8th Ave., at noon Friday
Accident Roundup in the unit block of NW Ith St .'.1
k It Involved In accidents reported Mary C. Mills, Cross City ( UII[ 9IUMA1LWAY ..
,\ by the Gainesville Police Department and Jack D. Meeks Chlefland, :
c. 'and the Alachua ''at. a.m. Friday at W. University 4MMARKST M
', County Sheriff Office during Ave. and NW Nth St

.f the past 31 hours were: DWI ; :' I
tynda M. Rountree, 2002 NE
8th St. and W. T. McLeod Jr., Lorin H. Hill. 113 NE 18th St.,
: 710 NE Sth St., at noon Satur was arrested by Gainesville
=: day in the unit block of NW Police at 7.15: a.m. Saturday at : ,GOLDEN, STAR HAM WHAT :AM-
:; I6th Ave'. SE 4th Ave. and 7th St. and
::. James B. Chancy 711 5E 10th charged with driving while in '
:Ave. and Helalne D. Sweet, 272- toxicated. :
I I .. 14 Schuct Village, at 10:40: a.m. Fire Calla .." .CANNEDHA'
Saturday at S. Main St. and 1st
?' At 2:13 ,
,. sum. Saturday a '
,Aye ., 4 ..
house fire on Rt. 4 near Archer -- : .
.' Lorln H. Hill, 113 NE 18th St. Road. TotailoaLcouaTHOU' } ? r I
.and a parked car, at 7:10 a.m.' *
Saturday In the 700 block of SW aicoiHOcf '
u.dli $
WMDtWM
2nd Ave.
Lorin H. Hill, 113 NE lath .Jest .. 0..,_ v.ion L.. A._ONrMd.illy ,
St. and a parked car, at 7 a.m. Sum 0 If.*Mall Mr..v.... Cmos 0... L.L. sue.Wells 319 100 JM
: D. WlkM v. OoraMiy WllwiturtllMtf i.3lb..
in the 400 block ,
Saturday of v. KMMM 11I !-. STAMPS
..., SW 13th St. I J. T_. v. VN. a.TAB.Devi. I
.' Annie S. London, no address Lure" J.MeMo swan Mlltor/.v. V.WtllK. ......J.M.lurch Milo I fan couroN60aDEN'S
-
'1 listed' and a building, at 12:IS Itr olve.. Sills .....
,. at SW 2nd St. .. .
.m. Saturday Amw H. RkMr v. 0 r> 0. Utah-
and 2nd Ave.Georgne _. Swift's Premium Breakfast ,/
L headman v. IttfKoi A. fnttSiltar I
S. Banks, 826 SW 41 m'1: '"
St. and R.W. Tompkins, High Little Wllay N..5 v.v. IHIt Jails M.Wilsy.J. ....... _. D Link/ Sausage ...... .. . ..... ,::: 3Swift's
Springs, at 3 38 in 0. C.earls a. C .
: Friday
p.m. Ct""tyn J. DMM v. Sinai O. OMM Pnmlu. Stick. '
the 300 block of NW 10th Ave. lusts MiNer v..Cltrtmt MIKtr.ONMT StjleBraunschwexger

.*, 17th Rickey Ter. and L Watson Virginia,,2040 M. Kite NE, '"" K-'II, _S. OriSo. MM tiflKIUnite v. L .. Wad.sand D :. .. . ...... IT 39'1OIDENS
) L.CId.1M/ lid evenly
,392C NW Ith St., at 422 p.m. 'Co v. o. *, FH, Miftttort 'Swift's 'PrtmlsM Cooked
.
'.Friday the 1100 block of NW Pwlllnf" ,end aartwri._ PiulllniOwrg 4i-s.
V. Wile.? de.e. D }
13th St.Diane. I mars DoMe V. .OMTM. _WlMNdsae.5,5 JIM L- elm' .Sliced Ham :.1. . .. ...,k.. 59-
*' D. McGee, lei A Flav. '' I /r.PPaad o..II ot-Fl.ml -'
Maerd C eN""pe c. ". Wad Seibbe
III and Clara C. Albrltton
423 I 515 e/nNnar.1. Inc.. _


II Avoids Contempt, Names.

'IOIDIN'S TASTE AJAX
'
Ancient City Club Members BUTTERMILK BLUE PLATE'' LAUNDRYDetergent

JACKSONVILLE (AP-) Ho- he couldn't look In a mirror'If
stead R. (Hose) Manucy avoid he gave the names of Us SALAD .
cd a Jail term for contempt of friends.He Bi.cuit. i '
federal court by naming 174 pe said he was connected with
sons present or former members the club only to handle finances DRESSING
of the Ancient City Hunting Ht couldn't hunt with other .

.,, Club Friday., members Godwin said, because giant 'arev.
Manucy remained under orderOf he I* crippled. 59BeraWs
.
U.S. District Court to live Manucy said he no longer Is Sc qt. 2Sc pkg.LIMIT
,addresses and possibly further president of the hunting club and cons '
J names next week. H. said IU isn't Invited to meetings. I PLEASE WITH THE
he named live to St Johns or Asked who Is president now, LIMIT of PLUS ,
PURCHASE Of $1.00 OR MOM '
Duval counties. Manucy refused to give t name LIMIT 2 PLEASE I
"The St. Augustine segregation and said "let'a say maybe It II
ain't smart for me to do so." 1f I
leader came up with the namesfrom V
; 'Y
his memory an hour altar s. 1"I
1 Judge Bryan Simpson ordered CHS Vo-Ag
him held In Jail up to M days White Ho... Daiiclous/ -
for contempt or until be produced Gets Gift Of .dairy speckils PRICES All EFFECTIVE :

; "Another some official names.of the hunting Gas EnginesThe "CREA1t" Testy Apple Juice .-o 25C THROUGH NOON WED. :!: '

club, Jerome (Rusty), Godwin, CHEESE OCTOBER 28 .1964 ]
1 SO also was ordered Jailed up vocational agriculture department : Heart's DelightApri'tHector .
to 15 days for contempt of court it Gainesville High Oof BeHs+
Then he helped Manucy prepare I School has received donation 01: 2, :g 25 29=e=. 37' s $- -GHmi' =7
the lists and was freed. two gasoline engines to be used Toni

.All members of the club are for study purposes. 16as.cans. :::
under court Injunction not to Interfere I The engines wen accompanied F b P Flavorful 27 .
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Augustine, where racial enable the vo-ag students to dU Fru't'CONCENTRATE Cocktail 19 ... CM Beyr.De WMi Beef
violence flared the past sum mantle the engines and put Minute. Moll Orange ,
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,. H .. Sunder October 25 1954 Gainesville SUN fA"'i 1
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." ; though It was an honest political press the Communists. They White House Aids, three Cabi- of the I
The A. D. A. has advocated party instead of a conspiracy urged withdrawal of our recognition net members and thirty I uses atom
i that no one should be permitted dlrecteJ from the of the Chiang Kai- some administrators In vital Include: even the study of antique
rV of the People to question the claim- Kremlin and devoted to the shek government and that areas such as finance, labor glass. When a specimenof
I ed right of Communists to destruction of the Americanway Red China recognized. They civil rights, public works, old glass Is harmlessly bombarded
. If v, a teach your children in our of life. opposed adoption of the SmUt housing, power, and foreign by neutrons la a reactor :
rr public schools They say, The ADA. argues that we Act under which many Com' policy.I certain atoms become ra
((Csalhwe 1lrias Page 4)) communism and peace Instead to "Interpret" the views of "Former membership In a can get along with the Communists m u n 111 I now have been am not reviewing the A. dioactive. Analysis of the radioIsotopes
of poLUcWla his-aUnds of rioting in the streets Sen. Barry Goldwater. Fascist or Communist Party if we will only convicted. They have urged D. A. position In any effortto reveals the presence: of
on matteeUf public;JmpoNtance have been adopted by Mr. Sen. Goldwater has been a 'or refusal to testify under the change our economic system. a continuation of diplomatic prove them Communist elements as rare at a few parts
t MRJotaoon 'reverseS Johnson as his own. courageous and vocal man. fifth amendment should not The Communists have said relations with all Commit sympathizers, but to show
them at nflj b payment for "Come let's reason together We don't have to guess what be automatic grounds to disqualify that Communism and Capitalism saint nations; opposed the re- that like beauty, their opposition Americana buy mora ultlne :..
votes. ," in your heart you he "stands" for. We know. a teacher." cannot exist side by armament of West Germany; to Communism Is only crackers than all other types of
In the case of Mr. Go I d. know that Senator Gel dwa- Consider a single issue -- A.D.A. oppose loyalty tests side.The urged a hands off policy towards akin deep. The real point Is crackers combined.Peacetime m
water we have a man of com ter Is right the farm program. In. his for government employees A.D.A. has long sought Cuba, etc, etc. that A.D.A. Is a Trojan horse
parative wealth the source JOHN W. HASTINGS book "The Conscience of a They say "Loyalty tests the abolition of the House Un- On October 7, 1964 Mr. selling us socialism. If we YOU
of which is completely trace Conservative," the Senator should be eliminated In those American Activities Commit Humphrey said to reporters," continue to slumber any longer
able and there ,have been no He'd stated expliclty: "Doing agencies and positions which tee. They say "While we recognize The A.D.A. should be getting it will be too late for the HAYDONBURNS
unsavory connections as with StrengthenFarmers' something about it means do not clearly effect national the right of Congressto medals not abuse. In point of no return Is rapidly
Billy Sol and Bobby Baker. 'Fibre' and there can be no equivocation security" In other wordsIt conduct Investigations, the 1M1 the AD.A. staffed the approaching.
His principles are not for here prompt and final is all right if N per cent House Un-American Activities new administration with three HARRY L. WALKER, M.D.
sale to the highest bidder as EDITOR, Sun: My eyeballs termination of the farm sub- of our government employees Committee has proved ,-. --- r
evidenced by his unpopular ache from the mish mash sidy program." 'are members of the Communist Itself a threat to freedomof Chester R. Yates CLU
I stand on the Civil Rights l.aue Is- which the Gainesville Sun's Sen. Goldwater knows the Party. political opinion. We, there- \
the TFX deal and others. editorial pages have foisted enervating effect of farm sub- The A. D. A. says, "We oppose fore can for Its abolition." SKCML AOCNT ALL-FLORIDA 4
His' Plea for a stand against off on the readers In efforts sidles where hale and hardy any legislation outlaw. They fought against the NEW YORK LIFt
logany political p If t y." adoption of the Subversive Con- INSURANCE COMPANYP. GOVERNOR
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; men have been paid for crops ,.. UoI.
they do not raise. Subsidies They are willing to have the trol Act, calling a danger'ous 0. l.. 14197 "'... 172-1121 I .t.tft
Communist Party treated as and futile attempt to re- .
have weakened the, moral "'-II.:::
PROUDTO 'I fibre of our farmers Insteadof
drawing strength from the AND :::: \
soil of their fathers, modern ,
farmers have Integrity sapped SPECIAL ,.. '
by a syrupy dope of tax dollars
j
BE ADEMOCRAT the ,blood generously stream pumped by an Into Ingratiatory ALWAYS no nd-of-montE h ,c ean-up BUYS ".. '

Federal Government

Our farmers have been
? bought and paid for Like seagulls 4.'I'
'I grown fat from offal of
the shrimp boats, our farmers I
have forgotten the t rue
value of wresting a livelihood
You Should Be! from the land. l I, }J
. Sen. Goldwater proposes to I
For more than 30 years, the stand the farmers on their ...,
Democratic Party has worked feet. He proposes the farmers a ins
F to bringPROSPERITY- go back to work. This Is a ,
i laudable thing and demands I
"
I no "Interpretation. Wa must ..r..
support Sen. Goldwater In his

; i crusade for moral SPARTACUSI truth. I II a 1 I t ti

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ii': to your farm ADA Promotes I e.m '..;..
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about the organization and

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A.D.A. is a dedicated single control $77 .1,1. .......M* elect. ..." a :.. lit 72":90" e4 7.98 .....

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..1 J To Team To Teachers I Alachua Soil Meeting Due Quake Felt I VOTErF
Explain Teaching County English I 'I TAIPEI, Formosa AP)'- A 1
J \ Tuesday in Santa Fe High sharp earthquake shook Taipei
A demonstration of "Team Mrs. Lillian Pirenlan, chairman Teaching In English." .Mrs.. demonstration of "Introduction "" Saturday. Buildings shuddered HAYDOII
t Teaching In High School Eng- of the group, announcedthat Louise Echols, senior English to MacBeth Through Team I An Alachua County Soil Testing 'lime and fertilizer use Inform, under the Impact, windows rattled :' I
t Ilsh"will be featured at the October prior to the program teach. teacher Is In charge. Mrs. Echoic Teaching." Liming and Fertilizer t tlon; 3)) review of the liming and lights swung but there'
28 meeting of the Alachua;ers are Invited to browse has outlined: the programas meeting will be held Tuesday ,and fertilizing studies made; were no Immediate reports of BURN:
At the conclusion of the
County Teachers of English. I through new English books, Including: Purpose of Team Tom McRorie, county program at Santa Fa High School, starting ;ind 4) recommendations on the damage or casualties. I '
at 7:30 1 1i basis of soil-test results. '
The meeting will be held In reading lists,audio.visual aids Teaching! by W. S. Talbot; Administration supervisor of audio F visual and : p.m.
Alachua County Agent Wilburn Farrell said the will Ragweed flourishes on ALL-FLORIDA
and other materials which will\ i meeting "
Procedures by J.T. Instructional material,will demo '
the Hussey Teaching Audi be displayed In the auditorium. be on the following subjects: 'last only about two hours and es, prairies, pinelands? :beach-I GOVERNOR '
.I torium on the Gainesville High Hudson; Types of Presentation, onstrate A. V. equipment as ef- 1) Major soil characteristic; that refreshments will be served ed roadsides and : ..,
School campus from 4-5 p.m. The program will be "Team Mrs. Andasia Bennett, and a fective teaching aids. 2)) summary of soil tests and:later. lots. I
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:_Florida Players Vigorous In 'Red Roses for Me'By I Smoker nteee IvwIwlA1URP note Says noel WO Ps'CIL I I FIRST NOW!ARIA 2 GREAT SHOWING HITS! l r 'j" JIflJ

0 .11 6:15 StU aoTH _ _
l JEAN CHALMERS waymen's. strike in troubled Ire motley crew have tint gallic\ but sometimes O'Casey'i words outdid Itself to create the worldof SHOW 7.00 LATiASf:20 t vi1 5 Maa I
land. I faces and believable b rogues. were lost in it. I hope In the sky for the derelicts TOT
1D7KSTORE
ORKXTK8TjriKIKa OF THEK ILLI1L
-J1orid .!'layer'. director, L.I The overall effect was the Charlie Harper plays the autoharp Charles Harper and Rick I of the Liffey to gaze upon
I .;jJ. "Zhnftiermann. brought ''the product of good timing and an and Gerald Forbes, who Schuster as the friendly Catholic while fastening their hopes to
-rabble sip from thebeek streets easy flow of movement in a restrictive -did the musical arrangements and Protestant antagonists. the savious Ayamonn.
"of Dublfn and parade hem box set. Rarely has a sings the theme song with a argue the respective virtues of There is always a problem
across the stage at NormanHall,1tu4ijolunast cast of college students slight but pure Irish tenor. the Pope and the King in the In college plays with creating
$ night in I ed so many interesting presellt-I funniest and best staged scene the effect of age. Costumes and
vigorous' and polished produc- Richard Denman, as George Sprinkle as Ayamonn, of the play. The arm waving ,makeup certainly helped In a
tion of "Red Roses for Me" lectual displays the tad and'the poetic laborer who gives his finger pointing and b o u nclnf,skillful way, but one wonders if
Sean Q'Casey's story of a rail- knowing countenance of one who I'life in a street battle, makes a Knees are worthy of the tradition -i the same actors that had been
........... is sure he possesses the truthof fine handsome Idealist He hasa of the argument in the taught the Irish brogue so well
.... ..... which he can convince no forceful delivery. and good Irish pub or the Irish Abbey.1 could not have been taught to VOTE
.' --- James Mulholland, playingthe stage presence.But has for put the uncertain tone of the
one; O'Casey a penchant w
TdII Protestant minister, has an the laurels of the evening exposing the ridiculous of what aged into their voices.'Red I HAYDONBURNS I i lu tlo u.T1 lONi( SLAPS
\ 'authentic Scottish brogue and must go to the lovely D II n e man has put Into religion, but Roses for Me" will\ be At 9:20 PETER SELLERS
....* <* *.... : the Jaw of a confident Calvinist Pelfrey. She Is an accomplished: it U always done with love and presented again Thursday Oct.I
..*..... minister. The neighbor women actress who always remains I In understanding. This production 29th at 7:30: and Friday and Saturday -
114 NW nth Fa .1471 tilt.daughters of poverty, and character and projects her 111- U true to his feeling.In the 30th and 31st at I
ALSO "If'OCALA.. the rest of Dr. Z i m m e rman's bog voice beyond the deep pre- his third act set of the p.m. Anyone who has not yet Dre StrnngtveM
Ii" cenlum so that every syllable Bridge over the LJffey, designer 'seen this excellent presentation ALL-FLORIDA
AT rang clear and true. Henry Swanson once again of this moving play by a major'' :Milo t l5rae/Eltp Ettry11S
1:> Iris shows us his genius for illusion I 20th century Irish playwright I GOVERNOR wLearnr
The words In
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J 4:00 with ramps and bold vertical can phone Florida Players at, '
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6:2ffo0 poetry are I .AIIv. soA.ar setaIllp/
lines. Hen the lighting crew FR -3261 for reservations I
rhythm of the language, and
this happened frequently wit h
4 the Florida Players last night.
The melody was always there


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r game wu the biggest collegiate sotto la the nation. painted in white with the words: dows.

,-. This is, to everyone but Alabama Coach Paul (Bear) "AP says Bama is No. I, Shorty Price says they'ra No.. It was so dominant that a Florida couple with the J
*- ,Bryant L Git the Gators." proudly sporting her Orange and BJu -t1J' lapel 1

:r He Aid Friday that the Tide'i contest with the Gaton ,That wu more in the real tempo of Ibm,.. couJd sense the hostility u It partook "of I late
r was "Just another big one among big ones. Because It's Everyone wu supremely confident of a Tide victory. ::11It/IJoneratJurank.| .. .. (1-'
r the game we're playing this week" he said., "And just as Benny Marshall, the No. I writing voice of 'Bama, 'law' At that,then were the-usual I oddities. The lso necomin
t next week's game (Mississippi State) will be the next big the Gaton' beat Ole Miss, 30-11 He called ,Florid,. then parade had more emphasis 'on Auburn's War Eagle and quarterback '
I one." the best team In the South that, be had seen this season... :JitnmyStdle: than on the Gaton.'' :A" stranger would J
It drew a rather obvious paradox. On the Tide's bulletin His choke Saturday? Alabama 11, Florida 7. have.been::uncertain whether:Saturday's game wu: merelyfor

:J ,board In the dressing room adjacent'to the 'Bama practice lithe Bear didn't think the game wu big if he wasn't Charles Land, sports editor of the local news, wu surprised the championshipft: the stale,of, Alabama! or for!: soaring
field, two Items were posted. excited, be wu alone.. that Graves wu optimistic enough to make the adVance ; national. .. prertige'
One was a copy of a story printed earlier last week In a The tension was w thick Friday In this picturesque college : statement that Florida had a chance for greatness and Alabama' ChampionshipThen .
Miami paper. It's headline said, "Gators will beat 'Bama city that you would have needed an air hammer to to beat the Tide. Land's choice? 'Bama:Florida 10. ._
'o because God is,on our aide" with the quote attributed to chip through It ,have ,beeft,'times when the championship: .Alabama

'IJ.. :UP bead mentor Ray Graves. ,. Color Was Crimson wu vastly more,Important.Check; signals I there, Make
Directly below the story wai I clipping of a picture that Ready),for Rallyla it always more Important )
appeared the day after last year's IM upset Gator triumph.It Everywhere a Florida visitor strolled J fa town/We color It wu a vextnif trip for on*.UF follower from Jackson I
, was the memorable one pf Graves, ecstatic in' triumph a grassy plot J in the midst of tilt tree-lined id llama campus of the day wu bright crimson., -" ,lilt. ,TU writer, with confirmed reservation In hand from
\ I;being carried oft the field by jubilant UF players.1' with pretty coeds strolling by, continually, was I hug* Little girls held aloft by their parent for the borecoraew a Tuscaloosa motel (sloe last July),.arrived Friday: only to
,J 'No comments were attached to either"item. They spoke pile of salvaged Ium!*'. It stood at the ready for a .p" won It MMdlMlzed girls skipping around ob learn that througli some mlwp he had DO room.The .
I f;..eloquently! for themselves rally and bonfire Friday night Those In charge were taking on the downtown streets won it Big girls, chic and 1 : .
Bryant also said Friday, "I hope we're coned and deadly"yin no chances of sabotage.:,A detail of ROTC people guarded eager for tilt day's festivities won It ,Waitresses fa the motet'' management" graciously put him In a room
J sharp contrast to being excited. the area with rifles! at the ready. restaurants wore It Every store window wu decorated with occupied by a "regular. That's a person who liver there
permanently. Said regular wu away for the weekend.
i whit the Floridian wu at a movie.
1 Wallace Ptaises'I vTh* molting mat wu straight from Keystone comedies.
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Sea Sport Writer a waiting and by this time games rates u tb* greatest
TUSCALOOSA, Al*.-- For equally nervous preas.'Win. 'thrill picked 60-mlnutes of football -
sheer excitement forget every "' lose or draw tile team since! he started figuringout
football game you've ever Men, Is Number One with me,",wen ways to "whip up on yon." )1
combine the greatest moments Bryanfi first words. "The 11 ,
of each multiply by 100 and group wu doe to my heart but H* did finally prats Florida
you have a slight idea of what thli bunch well I think they Steve Spurrier... his own '
really happened her Saturday. are tilt best hooch yet' 1 always Steve Sloan, a couple of Tenneue -
/' If you stayed at home -kick felt they war gnat Udi lads who ventured south
yourself. And IfCaters you an pron, Now I bow they are a great of tilt border and have made 'I
to cay till blew the big football team." good for their respective cot
one, go build yourself a home- Incidentally the Bear I Ia not leges. Joe Namath, tile Tide's
I mad bomb and. forget how you on* to laud personalities following rtartlng quarterback who wu I
w wt tilt timing device.: a gam Row about ,Florida Injured to th first half, reinjur- ,
Florida lost no honor her be asked? I ed his kne and win likely be I

M Saturday afternoon,, take it from "W beat a great football I lost! to lilt Crimson for several'
tilt two people Alabamians Jove team" he said. The choice 01''weeks, Bryant said. r

tilt mosi-Gov. George Wallace words were his own and you Be/on Bryant completed his
and Paul (Bur) Bryant Keep knew by the way he said them I flrendly little chat b* wanted to
I to mind next to the Duty Himself lit meant It 1 know about the icons of seven
these two men rank extremely -, '"Florida imply moved tilt I al other team left OB th.* Ala-

\ RA FIA AIC JOHN I S. 'ULLID DOWN IV TWO .high, on OM Ladd r. bin and then wu little w* I IIQsa schedule

Paul e.... ((54). ) ... Mfcy, Andrew (44)( Wreerl HortRimitfM. Otter "Florid**la a mighty One football could do about It. But the way "I Just didn't bow bow food
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j dapper governor time, wen it was something toM .
"?ell those boys for this I "We weren't reaDy totted until
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and two of the greatest turn,I IJ'yt Mi never lost a Crimson Tide I.r believe w* can tale the SEC,"
ever seat,It h* added u h*!1IomtcomJnI. be uld, without giving much

:.:." Roving, : ihetyron! : ", Wa'y,I stood In dressing tilt wings room of following the Alabuna Bryant admitted, in all of bill[round. ; I'I

\ till 17-14 classic. .
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::"- By BOOT CAIOM ngular, didn't play 'atan thai} (, It's great: football Doll R Trammell (a Eufanla Ala., Alabama Put' Pressure, iAl )

,? ?;. .''In ,..... Ascbtoat against Alabama. "R wu just tell mo tilt crowd didn't get.Itsmoney' product, turned Gator) ,and '
TUSCALOOSA, Ala.- In th, tilt way,&th* game developed. *worth" Bruce Bennett. I said hello,"said On Florida's I Outsideban AL IIbI PRESENTED AWim nr f
,,T-subdued. itmosphen wtiids, W* knew w* wen going, ,to Th quesjiJ, now i la: Can the till governor u b* tuned away ....Cheerleader. Carol Ann Roundtre Do** Honor, ; !
Florida'/ dressing room hen, have to .pas against 811 sow Gaton: bounce back. : against Auburn to greet jubilant Tide Jsome.comJq '
M Saturday' afternoon. Qatar' left Spurrier in." ". ? ,'- "" fans. TUSCALOOSA, Ale. Alar team Saturday. "I thought Simmons, who m selectid with his parent, and a special: ,

Coach Ray Graveuld Alabama -Jaeka Alan Pot and Don, .'Ctrt *a j'fees Ilk* this/ Is But on* ..... lit.ventun. Into bam* put tremendous' defensive :Florida played a"perfect game the I outstanding 'defensiveiffensive quest of,hla-\ own will dial.... i i
caught htt'bhra'Y'llJro} sPs Knsppsttftnd'. Injurta:,andHuper discounting: to any football the 'dressing room where prwaun on 1It b 5 outside I '.against Ole Mlu, Mooney uld, ( back: of tile week on the General! Galnes Steak
and worked perfection ID and they played well, thlitgun he G,H.S. show Room
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defense ,tilt for team, Grave uld. "I h o pe Bear his
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w,, fourth quarter touchdown. -He "didn't know whether to they'll bounce back. ,. appreciate tb* impact of tilt 1 Tide, Miami scout Ott Mooney I but Alabama whipped them above receiving his certificated General Gaines and the Gainesville

r "They hit our 'Rov r' defense go for a touchdown or field 'I".. defeat Is like a death In wildest gridiron spectacular: aid.Mooney 1 better op front than anyon .bis. e award Gas CompapywhospooI:5 ; ,
,.i just when th* Rover wu going'goal In the closing seconds.". the family he said. 'It taco probably ever played at Denny ; said 'Bama went to a I don w far." Al and Carol I.AD together.'!:.I'! program. .

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But hack minute and
a run '
I.Traced? through the gap for 30yardl INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS down th* field along aide of a Injured to the first period and
,; to knot tilt icon it 14-14, prideful and burning Bryant No. I Tide quarterback Steve ,.
11 a prelude to tilt Tide's gam- ...... Sloan made ft work
I ,..,., '.... TIlt few quick wards with Ray
"winning Held goal. CMMUM.sss Sloan ran the option play
.. a"2:
., ;
'. ,... &oM tMTr Graves at mkUMd wen com-
"The of It" N_, = .f II : draw It... the
Irony Graveu and to'' almost u you i
pointed out, "U that' the defense "-M' .54" hie ..........'; plated tilt jaunt Beside the blackboard as he led 'Bama rtll/
= : dressing room began.
that stopped 'em i la I t Tr 1 I 1Y rbw.. J."e Ma r. 'the Bur trodded a couple of from behind T4 and 14-7, to the
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year on key third and fourth- t .II final victory.Th :
Alabama State
grinning Troop
.. i a
> down" plays. ..:..ins 'I'5 ,ii en and behind them what looked Tide drove IT yardi J toplayi II
1f you live by the sword Rutgers ,38 hMwPneio Ilk* half GIllie 4S,..n ativttnfe and I inlmitM and 4i seconds .
Graves surmised "I guess .....,.. : II.. 'w. m the second period to go
70\1',. gonna die by the sword." ', a. off tilt field tied at 1 halftta
Net EatMy Uaaappy I Columbia 35 Iaaa1N t.MeeTa I Th* tociricity of ear victory .
How moved his tout 71 yard
IeietiNln 1'u humming with each atep
Although the Caters lost, wnia"s'
u: In 11 plays to produce tilt field"Fkrdawawai
NEW YORK One Bryant took: IIIId1IIr1I11ilia
AP Senior
fv and some players wept openly ( ) the difference:
.* .: Graves wasn't an entirely quarterback Roger' Xalinger Sole aawea .... t0W .. screaming dressing quartan geared to a
thru other nervous troop'ors
unhappy"I'm u man.proud of this Florida and sophomore halfback Half Pin ......... themselves shaking wl thttniloa passing offense," Mooney said
S- Stegmann scored two' touchdowns taw v. and Kltoncnt, guard ,"They expected Namath to
-team
as I've ever been in via c-- y t s
." apiece: Saturday ever- ed the doorway and began throw. Sloan throws well enough I '
tory, he said, "and w* can nes10A.rarer
-hold our needs high this day."'shadowing a brilliant, passing .. .'n,' .... .... .. picking out friend that could and he's.Florida a dangerous Jammed the optionrunner slot !
""' Grave hid special praise for exhibition ., ? enter the select drcte. Th*
=
by Archie Roberts N :1: C : batter to tilt eecond half but suit
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"fullback John Tether and half-' o .. 1 corp
.r.e
and leading Rutgers to SMI ear words wisdom the
I
those short
'back Larry Dupru who switched h. 1 : : -1 bear of from Sloan tossed passesow.
football victory Columbia. Ki 1 i w le them to make for It"
from fullback to replace the .over, s burly 011I wu told without a up
Twn .. oar 9 tap Mooney said .Alabama obviously with i
blink of the "You
Injured Jack Harper He aid Roberta passed for four touchdown eye guys
':M.....-.... cut come to .hen." wu a tremendous rootTRY -
Felber "an excellent awr wy
.... played ban *, 41 and 41 yards to Refer .,.".., 14 r 1 WI '
,am." and called Dupree's efforts P0.5S00 a......
Dennis *1 to Gone Thompson bright
.. ((17 yard In 11 carries) ,.and ewe ... v. vs IIG GAME'HUMnl'$ TRICK :
seven to Bob Dooobe Bat 5041
"'hii "beet game of tilt year." c_ : New Sir..... .... Afrive.1.
Th Gator boa also had some Ttanuon proved Columbia's :: '11 Jilt I. Time- ... FeB Coekteg future I
-:kind word for sophomon qnvrlerback ....... .....
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P N
IteM Spurrier. "His sever., : SAFARI GRILL
::play u a sophomore w'jttuan Gibson .." a.r.ree prospects
wu incredible.JT' II Win ..... .. I
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comments G rives
Weld that: 1 ads =- rP.r.1.l.elel.e
YOU> CAP)- NoGwicMlor
;::::."ft wu u good an offeneht .
one ef m* I It Louis Cvdtoels aA -, Uflhttr !
,effort u w* ever !hop to .fhtia
.......
::,.e. 'sad toil IIICdtas1rt of the lfew 1.ri area .we 11 frNr isionenee ..+.+

.'"" +"fM option (by tub quar- 'York Yank***,, two pltchcn wh ; i NoWdrtMflTo
k Steve Slow) hurt us wen tastromental to taking s.as. 'us w Cock 'The straight! forward business man

:tad* second hell W* couldnl'their team bate tb* World Serlu N, plo sisesis II If Ch.sCh. nds a 3-button classic but

.'=-aMS.P1persiir la Mop "a."t"" hid rn on* two to pet ...... ',"... 'es:. e'.e= ',I't ..:. .... Inject a touch of dash into your
for the Bkkok: profeutoaat. ash- .... __ W
.-... .. -." II upIa/DJq/ I lets Tid vine -- a i FtsjYor vonlng hours with a trim new
:*** th* Oaton didn't try to award Jar Sep s.hV4 ,see le no's osisi"r' a .iO" ,2-buttan silk and wool sharkskin :. .

thectockbypejtngaUttAlabama monk! quaQfied as Oil I ---"on''e !.e a4e ONLY suit "SernIC1cM"Iapef (tins,
swoade. winner ... ....
bydMBurgtaof onrd> and
"rus : ... i i ilightV pockets our
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;;:,.ao player touchedBill' Just on* point to th* vtsJsj ='=u--... 0 This ...... .... gush bonito s..b:. c..... .... traditionally fine tailoring In silt ..
last second field -
by iportewrlton ud breadca 5 MINUTIS .
I his ANYTHING t.
herga.
aW .,.. ""K* just hurried ten. H* received tint ptoe I=,.es ..=--=. ma sa 3 vsD&B : ... Mly. aewapeeef dap fee fw4 (yew'sh.Idi.I, tile grey and mtrtdon blue> ... .....:..$W.f5 :
.... 11. votes and M potote m a Sl ...... vw* teed itojwl Mwf>.
::,.JlfJl the whole season, this point basis. Stottlemyn got M c.a.: P. to- h his .... tab' ... 1r.1" aeryfng
"lOaltor tootbaO than we ever firsts and N points. Third to BeatsKeystone ales TIM Safari GrIll uissstlu to 10 Me..* .
.:.taw. would pky.tsasasi ." the voting wu veteran quarterback Hefae* f*. ...... iaussr. pal. J .
wan deft : Johnny Unites .f as* ....... Mtliw.lN
:i.. ht ... One JIll year" Balttoon colts with n aakH.
M
Mal Ofw***-AM SO Ntf**
::a at1 tY GalIn wen.a IN.It Si/whmt1J '
= : ...alil kaiviuvE: HCGRTSllDrktaDAB I'Y; ;
< .. Raider Win I svftcaedtraa apasetog .
:=:.. -.& I attack to a straw r*. IID. A + w
::Ii ...\, wIIJ LUBBOCK. Ten '(AP) .... ... .. I\1dIJ _, lt us w. UhtvmrTY AVI ; ;4t ?:: _
Y a ve .. Tuu Tech but lewftsnalethodlat ad tripped Keystoa* Retgbts, Vv2sssasaasss1ssitiiiit ,
;:lj f.-dtw plop.leO .. ;.", : W Saturday nsajsj to ...,. ff' ww PK* NeUng M lit ....onl Ut1' if"n ...r-- .

.. ...., inane {tack 'a SsuIwest Co.twn.t.Nv Lyle ad scored twice, from .... ....., ,4 ..,
with a M .........'.... 1nmrru_ ,14, ,freak tw yes. wi and N a oar ffiEE BARKING ONTCWER LOT pm. '-.rr. .
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J fid wf close but Sloan wsi ."
too elippery and Bowman final: i- 4 f C ,
"V matt'ft on third and one at BENNY CASON there was one more time outplaying for halfback Larry Dupree
4 Jl!>eon, )tal', kM .i AssistantTUSCALOOSA .
was good I Su Football & It was pandemonium and fullback John Felber, noting
'A 17 yard punt return bj .+ Ala. -TryIng everywhere" the latter "did a .great
Allen Trammen started florida I .t.ts .tt .tt to stop the Alabama 0I- Offensively Rodgers said Job blocking"
moving to.Jts final TO.Tram I tense was like "trying to plu "I' don't think you can playa And Rodgers held his bead
.,men ran back from' the 8 to It. '( 'all the hole In a dike," Florida ,., better than we did against high despite the loss.'As .
!II I .the.' Gator lL.Spurrier ,it L defensive coach Gene :El the No. 1 defensive team In "' long a* I've been coach,
find to Casey for Z2 lemon said yesterday after the country." lag," he said "I'V. never
.yards to get It moving with a Rodgers had been In defeat'
first down the Gators bowed to the Tide, special praise prouder
at the Tide 38. Du
pree and Spurrier hacked out a .'1' 1711 .. .._,..t..... 4+
hard first down In four plays to f "We put a finger here and a
Bama's 27 and Felber smashed finger then." Ell__ said
for the next one lour playa I"but pretty soon we ran' out
later: to the a Spurrier hit of fingers. We Just couldn't
Knapp for a seven yard pan 'plug all the hotel."

play got five more on a keep. I EUenson said the Gator s
er and (hen,.,Feiber, with the "tried everything in the book.
play flow moving left, ripped It Just didn't seem to matter
straight ahead I through a big what defense we used,".
1
hole-. fop touchdown. 'S
a Hall'i
kick made it 14-7 with 4:Ji to t The game, ElltlllOft'aaId..'
,
was strictly in offensive af
go in the third period. 3
.. fair. ""It was mutually embarrassing
Pass hterceptioi "'; .. ; to both defense,"

......stolll.1e4 'BIma.bact and II he said and statistic back his
*9* pan interception by Un*., statement The two team ran
J M acker Jack Card to blunt this .".t" up eiO yards total offense -
'pa at the OF 2o.:: -' : 333 by Alabama' and 177 by

I Ih:.But .the,Gators couldn't hall' Florida.
.fte.Ild) the next time Varna Every time we didn't: cover :
3 took |UI.. | came like .a whirlwind. -: ,l '"' '.. : ., their split end with two men "
l : ". J ,: ._ he laid "they threw a look in
: "::Spurrier kicked deep to tele. FLORIDA'S LARRY OUFREB BUSH THROUGH:" : LINE, FOR 11-YARD CAIN pan Every time we did cover hajfltAMMIL

I 111 hiHi John Motley at the Tide ,Alabama's Joan Meseley Gets Tee Held on Cater to FkutUy BrIg' Him: Down ban with two men they ran
::2.Ad" the speedster ripped, U' wlnn.Nd their fullback over tackle."
,iwa* for 17 yards to
FJarIda"1 Mere topped
ti He missed a '
dowi only because he tried to, The Gator coach also!
;run by Gator defender Instead. What the Writers Say I thought '"Alabama wu a lot

I jtf.tq the sldelnne behind.block- more Inspired! till year than

'tag''5: ..... last" He had praise, too, for j
t .II made n difference 'Buna kid that .
hi* troops"Every
: .two more "playOPCWI'.got /. TUSCALOOSA... ;.Ala.' Here' what. the writers are say Bill Kastels, Florida Timea-Union went out there did the but he KNOCKED OUT OF BOUNDS \
1ott up ih* middhjiTJh ing: could. AI uIa'l.... Crane CUt Dee Job 11 I
'. *'Gator figured Sloan Florida's frantic last-second field goal try from the 14 satt1 .
Marshall NetcjAlabama "In the last half Rhesus
to g :f Me en second down bat Benny Birmingham 1 ed wide to the right and the unbeaten Crimson Tide .pro badly
hurt
I :"'JiWm repeated and it was and Florida fought until then was no nor time served one of Id finest homecoming football victories 17-14 said "the option us Sloan Texas Barely
.Ttt riaillnriar.yards and : left for fighting, made sunny sprinkled Denny Stadium a before a record crowd of .,.. w* didn't plan on Steve
:12II'm: !! .,}bay's tick" 1 toot** Itt : flaming battleground on.this Saturday afternoon.. And when Only three minute before a Junior halfback David Ray (sub quarterback had defensed
: t1'hJJ:IU IOr' they were done Alabama bad won 1714 In a football game had kicked a 21-yard field goal which dashed Florida' I I Sloan). W* Namath (starter ,
.' iiel__= which, will not be forgotten. chancel of remaining undefeated with the nationally-ranked mainly against who InJured Gets By 6-3
Namath, wu
: No. 1 team and wrecked the fondest of Joe ,
undefeated
Crimson TUesmen and Gators played for history on the hope a possible :
=:::J1Or1l moved out-ol danger early la the gam.) ,
I I bright green of this old monument to the Alabama greatnessthat season.
"POT MT* ffttu kickoff ton't I was and 41.. who watched knew that when the hand "Namath sort of patty pat HOUSTON (AP) -TII. Texas. only to see field goat iffort of

tl Astlpma.M.le of the clock pasted. the last second that they had seen Bob Bastine Orlando Sentinel out for two ateps, then 'commit : ; Imghorni broke a 11-year 33 and 4t yards by Larry Rico
II :'iaiiIWiII: ,Barna greatness that Is, and,will be. himself." Ellison ex button Jinx Saturday night bu 10 wide to the left ,
two play so Spurrier plat "Sloan keep the ball had to overcome a stingy Rlc Rid' futile kick CUM with
I -'-UOOUCIl' trickled to- 'Tom Kelley St.. Pete TimesIt The guttlest football team the Unlvesrlty of Florida ever longer and you don't know University defense with two Just N seconds to play.

i" :1L 1 3> IiO a..Aresk.p'Barns baa fielded ran out of time and miracles here Saturday. whether he's,: gonna. .run .w n.tcIlOIla by David Conway, After a first period tchang !'
started from the tt wu Jack Dempsey. and Joe Louis slugging toetotoe.It In .a three-mumt stretch which climaxed one of South throw." defeat tilt Owl M before at I of field goal* '-aJTyarderby
With eight minutes left, the ern football's classic battles, the University of Alabama Larry Du- crowd of '". \
71.
wu Man 0-War and Citation pounding down lilt stretch A* Gator captain overflow Conway and a U-yirder by Rice !
,t"i Tide made Florida's .defenses kicked field and then stood off Florida drive to
a goal a roof "
less than adequate. Bowman neck-snd-neck. .. pose put It wish- Nanith 'Teas a 10 to 14-polnt favor.. the underdog Owl actually
f I got nine and 10 and three and It wu,Babe .Ruth taktog'hls but cut at Walter. Johnson'sfastball. the unbeatni before 43,000 frenzied fans. hadn't got hart"Eli.nhson 'v ow; bad,not won a Soulhwe L dominated play and led m >final .

-1. four. Sloan then arched a pass : |( v saw a allvir'UNngte Ceoferento. gam;In ..Houitoi4t.otenvbMk I tint down, totals;'its, with th*
I I .. It wu one of the greatest football game ever played and tile darks*** of defeat. The tw. Longborn to "In
to Cook form yards and a first Buddy.Marlin"> sties J.qIaonI t falling get GIlt ,1 t !
down at the..Gator ,H.. He. bad Alabama' outscored Florida, 17-11 All-Florida" New ServiceBobby ...N11.. Tighter !III" ... ,tats J.Mthreate Utit;". :ia9N>e.es of play
heat protection: and "bits of time to got back on the. lotoryIrai '
i'I Al Padgett Pensacola Journal "I thmkaow "0 approach A M-yird quick kkk: by Crnl* i
I
! .to throw.. the rest of our schedule.with after berg. their. No.naltonal 1 Key that dted it the Riot Jour ,
Back to the 'wmlnfil l. and Bear. Bryant's Alabama, the nation's third-ranked foot- Layers once said that he never lost a football gam our' tee* clinched a Hale. riaMnf uttt U.II M to Canwaf wmntef ftekf

soph fullback: Les Kelley'got six, ball team, roared from behind twice In Dsnsqr Stadium Saturday Just ran out of time. And that statement by' the former tighter,".h* said. .H llMtweekte. Sloan five Kelley five, Kelley 'afternoon, called on David Ray for a fourth-quarter pro great pretty much sums up bow Florid Caters felt Gator:offensive coach Pepper i.. OMMW" pu the. Hnn to front MIl crass to eresr'r..
seven and Just like that It was field goal and claimed a 17-14 footbaU victory over Florida Saturday after losing a 17-14 game to Alabama In a battle Rodgers had an ....... It Ny with a Wiled held psi .field till rat air eparr/a.. 'ii l' ,
C t4! first down the Catora' 11. .
at u a Ustocond field goal..dithered off Gator Jimmy HaU* of tin cnbeiteni before 45.000 trended fan* lieu for why" Florida failed to late II the third. piled. I' :. lilt plan Asp's
Tw
afterkk
\ Florida prevented the touchdown Florida, on tile threshold of greatness, balked at the daisway. :
as a third down pan rau.I toe. TIle Galore ranked No. I nationally lost to both father stop the clock ta DM closing Th aroused Owl came back netted only five yards ando .
! I The SoutMutorn Conference:victory a homecoming prize .1'
I ed. But the Caters,couldn't do Florida's Time and tilt No. 1 ranked team when a desperationfield seconds"Steve: quickly and drove to the Texas Dixon carrying lilt ban..101'
for most of the 41,100 fan, came despite everything
I anything about f'?' k1ct.,1" .; brilliant sophomor*;ejuarterback Steve Spurrier could goal by Jimmy RIB was wide. .. (Spurrier) thought U., and' tt.in- tilt- fourth quarter- tb* first returned Dm Ihl an se Owl.son punt tor:theilaurt If

l Then Delerah Florida'.ed deter.mind der' WHIP F.S.U. FROSH yam to tilt Rice IS. Harold .....
came
, Upp powered to lilt 17 but:two
I bid for aQ the marbles.
I Tom McEtcen, Tampa; Tribune moms plays .but thre yard and
It failed built; showed the 1M4
: Caters to be a team of fight as David careful 21fluid with three minute c.a: ,'* winning kick of ff
Ray' goal (J'wall yard cam on fourth down.
,; Florida;;teams rarely have left made ft 17-14 and a Mfard Florida attempt mat Km Baby Gators Win 13- .

shown n the put _. forced haste made waste '.left it, that way !ben late yesterday : .;
.' The Caters didn't win It butr afternoon.A Roll : ;Pat:
.they dU wta respect and admir ... final:wWade- 'abrllld. 'It blew on a suspmseful _" '
I '' combined Jarred the pigskin away waning minute,*f du. game
alien from ad who witnessed By JAMES KING Tb Baby Gator
titanic-Alabama win Gator team that remains a
r what many old timers said national 'ever a la FeeHM Asstoteas two drive of 47 and 44 yards from Chuck Elliott u lit it- with iht tutors ta poMnlon wi 4hit'17,0;
power. diver for lb.ware. of the ban on n*.labels. 41
to
which tempted
was one of the finest football A crowd et 4100* aw the and' they'll" retell for Despite a brilliant M yard to net their second tally '
gam DaId....., On the draw Balky! Down took ;,a pilcbeut fromWsgs
game played anywhere ta,the run by Baby Gator quarterback culminated by
\ year GIlt of slashing and clever football which wu decided UTT1E: ROCK:Art:; (Aid) -
bas other *. ass and rerersed -
only pan tripped
completed .
South m the put tt yean.An the second-tad of till deck had no further Bobby Downs, tile IMverslty loch faking smoothly on a :
the Gators needed was GIlt only of. Florida freshmen fourth down SpUt-T eptloa of th* waning to KM Hart of his fleld.H I Quartorbatk Fred ManM jot
17 J play more tat that's why Ala managed to beat !their upstate and diving to from lilt t QnveuMd' for 17 yards. bad tog* deep to avoid 'Arkanau gear tor a pair. of',
bama won Saturday and the Ga- counterpart from FloridaStab. Starting from their own I Tb* Gator forward wall eon- two Semlnolo tecktor agar M half ItooMtwni. Mrf.th
ton lost The second band on Tom Siler, Knoxville.. NewtSentinelAlabama's 1M to. a game played at yard line the Gator used II listing. of Herb Swum, afarly lie wu trapped and igtn k* :hortlwankad Ranrbacki rod: ;
the clock trickled Into Infinity Florida Field last light play to move 47 yard belies Bray, Dong IpUne, Bryi wu ibis .. .break way by r*. 10 a 174 victory\ owrWleh.li J
for rida..1IriIII hopes of Crimson Tide staked a strident claim to foot- Down evaded tackier altar being forced to punt with a 4th. Mter were the main reason versing his. field and givingground. I State University tsnirday......,
: Sunshine State and national mv baD gnatotu today. In whipping a, spectacular and fiery tackler and reversed field four and 1 situation at lit H. Wages for lit ....'. poor pus- Ilk Curtsr. Down TIlt '1dor1, gave ArkaMM a,
morality to 1..... Florida team 17-11 r '. times during tile longest run lofted a 44 yard boot down big record, ((1-13) u they conUmwoely iipl ,wondering, when aD ... record. ,.... ._ h
IUD, thin IsaaVfca'Boi: Forty five ....... fans f cWJnr'I.atandett.. wttnessed of till seining Wore beingtrapped to James Balky who returned. bwaned Bauey.. to thou Setnraea came tress .' Arkanu allowed Lei .Iab.
, r I From Old Florida will look tt* monumental leant .between quarterbacks Stove and brought down It from lit I to the H.Tb the FSU bacsfWd.Down' .. and .likeCuetef .... "... shockers to cm midMd bit. f
beckon. ft ttffleouloTwtt* Slots *( Osvebad,.Tern, and Stove Sparrltr of Jebnson till Gator* tour yard Bn* far Gator defense held and m, wfclcb. wffl prob- guy*" failed I* .*n. to lilt oar Ume.nca by peel _..*nd,
j I pip teen far the not year met cloy ,... u defanus of the two tnaafaatei team broke a II yard lost die Baby Semmolu wen fro.4fTOmonI bly lie M IsfsnoM a* On- neeue. All.a*. saw: W. H> Wichita/ never, reached. to,'Ai*,
. baa never come Ices UF fool- down to a (ToweVptoaatog welter of.31.first down. 3W yard TM Gator Jumped off to a tt_s Last heal caM to ta*.m....- .. kaassa 1L, : ,
J ban tatt m. rucbrg end.IIIIe* U4 baV .. tbw Had and KTmtod After lilt punt. the Baby Oe
i II! Score by quarters a Semteeto airs at tt* ton seeded but ..... play. *, 1
l IMdn Ills-i4' four of which ware from wmVta
Jlrtsu .1 T DttnFla. 'Ole Miss 'S ilvage8' ar ta'm .. ,. ..ere.pin the I yard Ibis to earevOn .
Jackson I (Put from / n lilt drive Wags hit Way.
Sporrier); Hal (tick) 5.-p.i i u McCan of Ocala for Inrdt
Ala Bowman 1 (run);; Ray :7-7 tie With VandyNASHVILLE r.-r.-.....ray.. wi 115p and Downs for tt yards
'rt before down en thru
kick :: .w :: bogging
Fla Felber 4 (ran);' BaD :, ,..... '(AP),- ='= / =- r. ........ iSBatts a i ranting :r4Bf and btfnbvd
(kick) Underdog VuderbQl reached oh. espied. -.15 .. WMbronght
Ala -Bowman (fa): Ray Its greatest height of the err edwtatMtcartog ,..,. Up II .._. ............ 5.u 1 ti a pity ta tram tier
(kkk) m Satarday night In beldtaglflsteslipl mat pail, KMM9OIteflsd w. F{w u isle-' bash and went to for tt*
Ala-Ray FGHPentacola 7-7 tte ka tee fWd goalthreat tld .. e. 'IUIf --. Thai ttaw BarfltWskkk '
n th aatbrnfiwsa .... A ...... c---. wu wide asrf ft* Oaten
lid 1IIrtIIIr. I stepped m ...... rq.S rr-a.ew" N swon- -'.'.war.... waIuI.M' .held. a IM ..... I
Win ...... ,.
at the Vandcrbtt II and --- Pal Late to ft* ftfrd anaretr tt*
The tevadtog Ret,,, a ,ofidtoocaeVwi anther at dki flv*. vUdng...... started I''
Cross.C i faiMUs Paced tb* en* yard Bn* to (to aeeaad drive from tt. 1S, wed ....>
aimed Qwterbeck Dave Walter half u Banna Wage connected back te DM andtts
Tb scene was ft* Ruts Wood quarter mfgrmfadrhai arse laded a brfltonc .... for tb* for a JX Btrcantoftand drove 71 yards te tt* Gator. 1
and an they did wu ran and of lie hat ...... tt took a UtoodDoiMni asdere* ta hadtag them toa Dared Metotosb kt ewe .belies sta_
ma and ran and ran. The end POM fran ...... ta tt* war fart- foHw to give lilt Gator S West .bom tOt Halt tmrted -
vent wu anal fluid Junior qnartorbnck Jam Wsocasrty toheKbeck :let Bl* pues* I* halfback TobyWttwenttiMggrtssntatt for tt and 111 yard vto lilt skit tams Mtttkt 11
CoDeg Cross Cowty Beet Dave WeB to pte .a Tags 'yards r was III needs
held. on tile Wnvarstty ef florid tteforOteMlea.TCUEdge. __ do... cIiIaIII track with las ma* tog and of a trey nan 9
masse .d l khan five .saote ki lilt fiat .
campui gem wkeck saved to tae M b*
when Wale weatoies freaa tt
Cordter mimMif *. *. Ms .... made a dlWehtldaMy.rdpe.gt ton the ..*... Cater forward t
Us tadrvlitsit,-.......h 1 Said *, two DIe
led raacla XCbordter'bddtt II lit The geM left va.d tm with Mfe Pd Len sot npfta Penn SSmt.Rap. .
FORT WOBTH, Tune (AP)) aMawftandMlaiwaiilB. seer* by MIcbrcFrIIW. James '
*way whoa Tim "CIrIadaa lure/ with hM.eped pr.ht was Weit.Ya. w,
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TUSCALOOSA Ala. Saturday'i Florida-Alabama foot.ball t.II Uptown, a mid-city filling station, there was a black car ft. It'hung from lampposts, telephone tires; tome win I
r game was the biggest collegiate tetto In the nation. painted In white with the words: dows. .

:1 The Is, to everyone but Alabama Coach, Paul (Bear) "A? says 'Bama Is No. 3. Shorty Price says they're No. ,It was so dominant l that a Florida couple with the Mrs. J

.,.. Bryant L Git the Gators." proudly sporting her Orange and Blue-OT lapel decoration,
::4' He said Friday that the Tide's contest with the Gator That was more ta the real tempo of things 'could sense the hostility u It partook "ofa late break
;: was "Just another big one among big ones. Because It's I 'Everyone was supremely confident of a Tide victory :fast Jn one restaurant),, .
the game we're playing this week" he said.,"And just as Benny Marshall, the No. ,1 writing voice of 'Bami'saw' At that,. there were the usual'" oddities. "The hoinecomlng ", '

I next"week's game (Mississippi( State) will be the next big the Galore beat Ole Miss 30-11 He called ,Florida' then, parade bad more emphasis 'on Auburn's War Eagle and quarterback

J.. one. the beat team Ja.the South that, ha bad seen this "' 110II.. :JI llm i'Sidle than on the Gators;X stranger would
\. It drew I rather obvious paradox. On the Tide's bulletin His choice Saturday? Alabama 17, Florida 7. ..'have been uncertain: whether:Saturday'i game. wins: merely

,.1. ,board In the dressing room adjacent. to the 'Buna practice the Bear didn't think.the game. was big If be wasn't Charles Land, sports editor of the local news, was surprised for champlonihlK.pt the ,state,of Alabama or for soaring

field, two Items were posted.. excited, he wes alone. : that Graves was optimistic enough to make, the advance _national I, prestige:,. .
One was a copy of a story printed earlier last week In a The tension was w thick Friday in this picturesque college statement that Florida had a chance for greatness and '
Miami paper. It's headline said, "Gators will beat 'Same city that you would have needed an air hammer to' to beat the Tide. Land's choice? 'Bama 20, Florida 10. Alabama Championship;. __
because God Is side with the attributed to
on our quote
'' chip through it. T'bereihavd been:times when the championship.of..Ala
;UF bead mentor Ray Graves. Color Was Crimson
.. llama was .Important Check, signals! there,,Make
Directly below the story was a clipping of I picture that Ready.!for Ratty' it always vamp
appeared the day after last year's 104 upset Gator triumph. Everywhere a Florida ,.visitor strolled m ,town/the color .. __ _..(
.It was the memorable one pf Graves, ecstatic In. triumph "la a grassy plot b the midst of the tree-lined 'Bama cam. of the day was bright crimson.. : It was a vi sing trip for one UF follower from'Jackson.vi11e.Thie .
: being carried off the field by jubilant UT players' with pretty coeds strolling writer with a confirmed reservation fat: hand fnIn
put by, continually, was a huge Little girls held aloft by their parents for the homecoming
No comments were attached to either Item. They spoke pile of salvaged lumber It stood at the ready for a', pep parade wore It. MlddlMlzed girls skipping/ around obstacles a Tuscaloosa motel (since last July), arrived Friday only to

:1.eloquently for themselves rally and bonfire Friday night Those in charge were taking on the downtown streets wore It. Big girls, chic: and lean that through some,Wlxup he had DO room.' : ......... t
.. Bryant also said Friday,.HI hope we're'coiled and deadly" no chances of sabotage. A detail of ROTC people. guardedthe eager for the da,'. festivities wore it Waitresses In the The 1IIOte1.IDIIUDIIIt graciously put him In a.irath P
.ta sharp contrast to being excited. area with rifles at the ready. restaurants wore It. Every store window was decorated with occupied by a regular," That's a person who MVer there
permanently. Said regular was away for the weekend
while the Floridian was el a movie.
; (Guess what happened. He came back In late Friday night

i Wallace PraisesFlorida' (Tbe, (Wilting scene. WM straight from Keystone comedies
rIr fit really I was par I for the course. The football"game
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LARRY WOODS' In due time the Bear sent for years coaching, Saturday'i

Su Sports Writer a waiting, and by thla time, games rates as the greatest
'TUSCALOOSA Ala>- For equally nervous prep thrill pICked OO-mlnutes of football

sheer excitement forget every "Win' lose or draw the team since he started figuringout

football game you've ever aeon, bj Number One with me," were ways to "whip up on you" il
combine the greatest moments Bryut'a first words. "The tl
of each, multiply by 100 :sad does to my heart but He did finally praise Florida's \ I II
you have a slight idea of what groupbanwas, well, I think theyare Steve Spurrier and his own
really happened her Saturday the best bunch yet I always Steve Sloan, a couple of Tennessee I
'If you stayed at home ""- kick felt they were great kids. lads who ventured southof
yourself. And U yon are prone. Now I know they are a great the border and have made
to aey the Gators blew the big football team." good for their respective col

one. p build yourself a homemade Incidentally, the Bear Is not leges. Joe Namath. the Tide's

bomb and forget bow you, ma to laud personalities following .starting quarterback who was
set the timing device. a game. How about .Florida tajuredto the first half retajnred
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Florida lost no honor here be asked his" knee and wm likely be

Saturday afternoon, take tt from "We beat a great football lost to the Crimson for several

theme two people Alabamians love team," be said The choice of weeks Bryant said. .

mosi-Gov. George Wallace rords were Us own and you Before. Bryant completed hieflreodly
and Paul (Bear) Bryant. Keep knew by the way he said them little chat he wanted to
ta mind next to the Rusty Himself be IDIIIIt It. know about the scares of several ..

.tee. two men rank extremely ''FlorIda simply moved the. other teams left on me Ala-

4 IMPUUID DOWN IY TWO ffMlS. high on the ladder."Florida ban and there was little wa banns schedule

Paul"',Cane ((54?, and.Mickey Airdnlrs (44)( ) Wrestle M.rd.ha.lap. Octet ban team?,ta beamed a mighty,the.fine baaJOVtI'IOI' foot-. could do about It But the way "I Just didn't know how good .

., '" t, sA un dapper. our kids fought back time aftertime 'wa were until today,", be said. '
wen tt was something to ,
Tell -those boys for ma this "W. weren't really tested unto >
? ,see and remember always,"
.. .:Gators Rover: ;Defense was .the finest football game, i added the Alabama coach who I wa played Florida and nowbelieve
and two of the greatest teams, bu never lost a Crimson Tide :r we can take the SEC"
I've ever seen," he added as he 1aaaaecomIIII. be said, without giving much
:: stood in the wings of the Ala.'
the f. Bryant admitted, ta an of hlsground.
Roving ;Wrong, Way barns dressing room following
the 17-14 classic

r" By BillY CASON' regular, didn't play 'atan<' that, It's great::(ootbatt. Don\, Trammell ADd don't'(a forget Eufaula to ten. Allen Ala., I Alabama Put, PressureOn .' jrl I

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'....,,TUSCALOOSA, Ala. In the the way,the game developed.. money's. worth", 3ruce Bennett I said hello," said Florida's Outside AL 'SIMM NS PRESENTED> AWARD *.
,.;iT-:: subdued. atmosphere outside We knew wa were going ,to The questW sew is: Can the the governor aa ha turned away .. Cheerleader Part Am R nndtree Does
.1 / Honor>>
... ,Florida's .dressing room here have to pass against Tem so Galore tame back against A a-'to met Jubilant Tide -.. .
Saturday afternoon, Gato r wa left Spurrier !R.'v' ""v. burn,,/ > aWUe TUSCALOOSA, Ala Ala.baps ban team Saturday. thought AI Simmons, who ma selected with his parents, and a special 1

Coach Ray Graves said Alabama / flacks Alan Poe and DonJtnspp Certainly '.'des 'like this II But one has i.to .venture Into put tremendous defensivepressure Florida played a"perfect game' the" outstanding ''deIen ve- of .hie. own. wlU dlao.at,
caught dtt'airih'Y' "'A\sr" suffered', Injuries..ad dtaouroghuj:'Ia any football the ''dressing, room where on lhfecctaa d against Ole Miss, Mooney said, offensive back of the week on the '
General Calais Steak
.".,... roving the wrong way Harper remains "doubtful" for team," Graves said. "I hope Bear Bryant was mopping lie and worked It to to "and they. played wd thl the GH1 poet game show on Roomof j
,,v, on the Tide's game tying the Auburn game next work:.:, they'll bounce back.,1':think leatnerh/. brow Saurday to fully Saturday's great victory by the game especially on offense, WGGG Friday night b shown the Holiday Inn'guest. of I'.t
Chi, fourth quarter touchdown. -He "didn't know whether to .they'll bounce beck. *. appreciate the Impact of the Tide, Miami scout Ott Mooney but Alabama whipped them above receiving his certificate General, Caines and the Gainesville
r "They hit our 'Rover' defense go for a touchdown or held i,"A, defeat Is like a chats... in wildest gridiron spectacular said better up front than anyone hes of award. Gas:Complywho: sponor -

".t Just when the Rover was' going goal in the closing seconds"' the family ha said. "It.takes probably ever played at Denny Mooney said Banu went to a .done so far." AI and 'Carol"Ann 'together ..fie proil' m.... .... _. ..
h the wrong way," Graves sal< When you play football like tine to get over fit," 1" ...... running game when No. 1 n .n

,"Bama fullback Steve Bowman But back a minute and rundown quarterback Joe Namath was
:::laced through the gap for N. INDIVTOlfAL: STATISTICS j the:field along side of a Injured In the first period and tI tIR

*'.yards: to knot the score at 14-14, ,pridaful and beemtag BryantFbe No. 1 Tide quarterback Stave ,
a prelude to the Tide's game'winning ,'M. MA '::' : few quick words with Ray Sloan made It work.
,; field lOlL"The ,..,.; a-:: .... W:':': E5*' *"f *lees** vi32T ,Graves at midfield were com- Sloan ran the option play Ij
Irony of it," Graves N"",",IIe" \ t, = Slain thetossing almost( as you draw It on the
..... 1 paled and the Jaunt to
pointed out "Is that's the ..defense __ M. ...... rw aawM. .... ,;., room began. Beside blackboard aa he led 'Bama
that stopped 'em last =:.' '1. a .IN TtI.... the Boar prodded a couple of from behind, 74 and 14-T, to the
""')'ear on key third and fourth ,,- .. .. :cae-. 1ale grinning Alabama State Troop final victory t ,1
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down, plays."If viword ...!IiI 1 ,li era and behind. them what took The Tide drove H yards to 11 :
you live by the Rutgers 36 ". ed .Uka halt of the .,..In at- plays. and I minutes and 41 seconds b4I
Graves surmised, :"I 'guesi. r'', _... t\ ... Aopie. tendance, In the second period to go
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,Columbia ,35'NRW assess.. The electricity of the victorywas .
Net Kattrely. : treeu... v.u hamming with each step Sloan moved.. hie team Tl yardsin

Although the lost YORK CAP( ). .- Senior Z u: Once Bryant took sanctuary 12 plays to produce the field
and openly
some players wept goal that made the difference.'Florida .
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saws the
** _* Graves wasn't an entirely! 'quarterback Roger Kalmger I...... Nw vie. screaming three other dressing quarters was geared to a
'"'Au, to nervous troopers
unhappy man. .and sophomore halfback JaIl'Sleimann new sa.... themselves shaking with pasting offense," Mooney said

....teem"1'm.as.I've proud ever of been this Florida In vlo- scored two toucl :c.pea.......wn M/w .... l..sHMIM tension and excitement guard "They expected Namath to

'" 'downs apiece Saturday,, over ed the doorway and began throw. Sloan throws wen enough I
tory, he said "and we can
shadowing a brilliant passing! a: ... picking out friends that could and he'sa dangeroua option
-hold. our heads high this day. i Men Lea NIl
enter the select circle. runner. Florida Jammed the slot
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Graves had for exhibition Archie Roberta :M 0w
by '
special
peals
M tlw of bettor In the second half but suit
= to
,1 pressmen waiting
," John Felber and halt v aSK Mar n
.fullback and leading Rutgers to IMS :
a wordI of wisdom from the Sloan tossed those abort passes
"'back Larry Dupree who switch'vd football victory over ColumbiaRoberta ;c r-.lt_ .. "1 //1 burly one was told, without a over them to make up for It. i
from fullback to replace the 'rap, la .lar bunk of the "You Mooney said Alabama obvl- with
aye 111Icaa't
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touchdowns
for four
Injured Jack Ha said passed
Harper.
__ '::::1.....-.... coma: ta .here." 'duty was a tremendous foot-
Feiber played "an excellent bal I ; 40 and tt yards to Roger :.II,...., 1451. wDer

_pm." and called Dupree's efforts :Dennis, 01 to Gone Thompson a........ ..... ,, bright
in carries I TRY BIG GAMI HUNTIR'S TRICK
((17 yards U ) and seven to Bob DMonoa ad ; .. e
"'bJI "beet game of the )'ear.- : !MV 4 U New MlMMIIf His AfflV.*!
The Gator boas ale had some Thompson proved Columbia'sundoing. := I I M HD&B Jo* la TU le, Pal CewUnf: future

'":plnd words for sophomore quarterback I ... ..... ,
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..- : Steve Spurrier. "Hie ,- ... SAFARI GRILL
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"pip as a sophomore 'under' Gibson Wins sales,. trees w rc prospects
..:pressure was .1 Incredible.
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:...;."-.". was u good aa often''ate.effort son of the St Lode CardtaalsandMelStolUemyreoftborJow ...... erwwlw .... ;... Ufhtor Fluid. r" I,
u we ever !hope to AMewe :
::,. far env" -- IrNTa .Naaefed.NoWajMnflTo.
r*.'VTbe option(by sub quar. York Yankees, two pitchers mkswere I._ := rI S
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heck Steve apnea) ,hurt us Instrumental to taking. Se...... a, Cook The straight forward business man
:AIM:: ascend MIL We couldnt their teams Into the World Barlea. ... ........, 'I N; CltmChsjrcool. needs a 3-burtan classic but

'..... II slop H." ran one two ta the vottog ... ....::r.=.......;.. j tr/i Inject a touch of dash into your
I IIIDIPt he hadtkMOUt."taeipamliig for the Ilttok professional .. .... .snwra N'a IIIt .
.......... r= soon -- 1 Floe owning noun with a trim new
lilt award for September; .... 1'1 '
:way the Gators aWt try to IW ..... 1O' 2-burtcn silk and wool sharkskin

ale:: by passing to the Gibson qualified a* the .ewv....... ................. as ... ONLY suit, "Seml-Dover"- lapel One, .
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!monthly/ winner bythemargfcof '
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:::'...i Alabama player touched'Jby Just aaa point to the votingr .,..., f..Nse..tree .....rM5 a Thin a maalsM. mew grM heals steaks chops hasnM ..
Ban's last second Held sportswriters and .breadcaen. TMM T ,awns e 1TI s ........ logs ANYTHING tTMINuTB traditionally fine tailoring in silver .

"goal attempt "He Just hurried He received M tint plies 0a,., as.= =.,, .... n 3 sel.g *Miy MiJWVIMptf fW feel (yearN iBaMoJtWfJ .*'. grey and irwrldon blue. .- ..|ejf..9522S :
-e* niieeedtt." votes and N potata on a M-l h.. e hand ..... ....11. -
E....TFof (he whole season, this finite basis Stottlemyre got X I .ftaneiale falde htto erf own ir>7 caffybig
rrlCketter: mobil than we aver / and N points. Third to Beat8Xey8tone coat Tko Safari GriN sssimHis .. JOpoefact .... .

....... ---"S the voting was voters quarterbeck far boclryard e* b..d. ..... h If .... .
:::;;... deli Johnny Unites ef lie ....... ..,.....
..... ogler tiaaa -- Baltimore Colts with n peso.*.
%rfcpat MIl.AM $0. Ns .... .
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S L we or.'O.eMj.et '. Raiders Win DB swHckedtrea RmRTSHorila aaaaataf 'Tj 1

...... i trrid eat attack to a strong rest.nsag E IJU)__

3ir III ." '- why Tex :(AP) tripped !RRgrgoneHHeights. W. UMIVHSITY AVI. ..

'- ta a newZ3era law Texas Tech heat ftxttwanMethodist and isit Hi *.M c" ... ,
: tow plat*. ...\ IM Saturday atgM. faa ass. "," rnu NsUa. aaj l easel Let
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.'ttdsTeof close but Sloan was
J too slippery and Bowman final. NI .. -
'Vnuae'ft on third and one at I 1 ,. BENNY CASON there
was one more time out for halfback Larry Dupree
.. .tb,.one, .)lay', kick I
? 'A 17. was good. I Sua Fetal Assistant 'playing. It was pandemonium and fullback John Felber, noting
Allen Trammel yard punt return by TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -Trying everywhere." the latter "did a great
started Florida
: to atop the Alabama ofeme 1 Offensively Rodgers said, Job blocking"And
moving tails final.TO.
Tranx:
.neD not back from'the 22 to y 4 I was like "trying to plug "I don't think you _-the. Gator St.Spurrier .; AAA""r'r m all the holes in a dike," Florida any better than we did againstthe high despite the loss.
tired to Casey for 8 defensive coach Gene El- No. 1 defensive team In 1 "As long as I've been coachIng -

yards to get it moving with a boson said yesterday after the country." ," be said, "I've never
first down at the Tide 30. Du- the Caters bowed to the Tide, Rodgers had special praiseTRAMMEL been prouder In defeat'

,pree and Spurrier hacked out a r'.A 17-14. "'w ___ __ .........._,;
fj hard first down In four plays to ""We put a finger here and a
Bama'i 27 and Felber smashed finger there: EUenaon said,
for the next one four plays "but pretty soon we ran' out
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later. to the 11' Spurrier bit of fingers. Wa Just couldn't f"" N
Knapp for a seven yard pan plug all the holes."

Play, got five more on a keeper Ellenson said the Caters t
and then.,Felber, with the "tried everything m the book r
.play. flow moving left, ripped It just didn't seem to matter

straight ahead through a big ,..."" ,' \ At'I. what defense wa used.".
bole for a touchdown Halls
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kick made It 14-7 with 4:M to I .' The game, Cllenaon) said! ,
go in the third period. was strictly: an offensive atfair.
I ,.r "It wu mutually embarrassing -
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Pat laterceptkta 1 Y "
.. to both defenses,
,__Sloan! Ie4.3ama.back and It:, ; he said, and statistics: back his

Ctpotpast Interception bjr line-' .. statement The two teams ran
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,bicker Jack Card to.blunt tNa'plu : :Jt ..il.. ; i. ..: ,tI w up 110 yards total offense -
II I shat tie OF 20..BbL S33 by Alabama' and 377 by
:-' the.Caters couldn't halt Florida.
.1>ra:TIde the next lima "Bama; Every tuna we didn't cover

\ S! 'took:: Ml *****_ak8 ,a wnlrl"Sfrlrrler -. their split end with two mi_ "
?I I he ..Id, "they threw a took Lmpass.
; kicked deep to lIf FLORIDA'S LARRY DUPREE BLASTS THROUGH LINE FOR 10-YARD GAIN Every tone we did cover
jytOf John Motley at the Tide Alabama's Jeaa Moseley Gelt Tee Held ea Gator to Finally Bring HUB Bows him with two men, they ran "
:A tad-: the speedster ripped. lap WINAdw) their fullback over tackle." I
;sway for 37 yard to Florlda'i ilH ,,
He missed a ,,11U't" touchdowi : .1 I .... ....... .
only because be tried to I The Gator coach also
:run by a Gator defender Instead I I What I the Writers Say thought '-Alabama wu a tot

.ol.tern* sidebme behind block-f mora Inspired this year nan

,, '.tnl.'::': "_L last" He had praise, too, for
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:'tse.d"j It made difference.: '"Bama, ,TUSCALOOSA, 'Ala. .- Here's what, the writers art say- Bill Kastels Florida Times Union but troops: "Every kid that KNOCKED
>bt-Just.two'more plays, tag went out there did the hast he OUT OT BOUNDS \ ,
rajwrtan. got*our, up the midge / : could. 'Alabama'a Pad Clue lit Deu Job
Gators figured Shan Florida's frantic IaaHeconcllield goal try from the 14 satt-
wide: on second down tat Benny Marshall, Birmingham News 1 ed wide to the right and the unbeaten Crimson Tide pre "In the last half, Euenton

:Tewrnta repeated and It arniMrrialllfifiara Alabama and Florida fought until there wu'DO mora time served one of its finest! homecoming: football victories: 17-14 said, "the option hurt us Sloan bad Texas' Barely i
; .rants and: left for fighting, made sunny sprinkled Denny Stadium a before record crowd of 45,000. ly. We didn't pin on
l&vmrRiy'a-{ kootttd It: flaming battleground on this Saturday afternoon. And when Only three minutes befon a Junior halfback, David Ray (sub quarterback defamed StaveSloan
'iL.-1'IolOt: :;: they_ wen done Alabama: had won 17-14 In a football game had kicked: a 21-yard field goal which dashed Florida1 ). Wa had
= ..ta.-: .I which win not be forgotten. chances of remaining undefeated with the natlonaby-ranked mainly against Namath (starter Gets By 6-3 I
Joe Namath, who wu Injured
::FLo k1a.moved: out.el 4dprJAJI.UI..aftu..1 Crimson Tldeamen and Caton played for history on the No. I team and wrecked: the fondest hope of a possible us.defeated early la the game)" ,
I II bright green of this old monument to the Alabama greatness seasonBob .
kkkoff-.I to I.I that was and 45,000 who watched knew that when the handsof "Namath sort of piety pats HOUSTON (AP) -ThtTtxu only to see field goat efforts of

I JWjfcWftP Duane wHdn'tgo thf:,'JM-a .vital the clock passed the last second that they had teen Bassine Orlando SentinelThe out for two steps then commits Longhorns broke a 1J.,.I 33 and 40 yards by Larry Rice
,ffiaCikitM.play Spurrierjuonaacn .'Baraa greatness that la, and will be. himself," Limos apia Houston Jinx Saturday night bu 00 wide to the leftRtce's
so
"Sloan keeps the hall tad to overcome a stingy Rfce futile kick earn'with
"I jot:trickled,. mJWtartJBerajmk .- :Tom Kelley; St. Pete TimesIt ptUeit football te.m"the Unlvearlty of Florida ever longer and you don't know University defense with two Just M second to play,
has fielded ran out of time and miracles here Saturday.In whether he's,' gonna run or field goals by David Conway to After
!ami started from the M. a tint period exchange
: ,a ,three-minute stretch which: climaxed one of Southern '
wu Jack Dempsey\ and Jot Louis slugging toe-to-toe. threw defeat the Owla 4-1 before aa of field
With eight minutes left, the goalsa 37-yarder by
l It wu MafrO-War and Citation pounding dowa the stretch football's classic battles, the University of Alabama At Gator captain Larry Du overflow crowd of 73,000. '
Tide r and e
made Conway
.defense a xJ-yarder Rlc
neck-and-aeck. kicked a field goal and then stood off a Florida drive to reof it "I wish ]Vmsthhadn't by
. I leu than adequate. .'Bowman It wu Babe Ruth taking his bait cut at Walter Johnon'a the unbeatni before 45,000 trended fans.BuddyMartin. pees put burL: Taut; a 10 to 14-polnt favorite tilt underdog Owl actually
got nine and 10 and three and got ,. had not won. a SouthwesCmferenc dominated play ind led m Qnal
1'1 :." four. Sloan then arched pan fast ban.' v sIt Euenhaon uw a'silver:Unlngla ,. *, game, w -HouttonitowlNLTbtLonfboriutwIct. first don, totals; IM, with. the' va
of the and
.. wu one greatest football games ever played : darkaan f defeat
the
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to Cook for 10 yards and a flnt Alabama outscored Florida 17-11 ,. LMriiora* failing to pt one III, ., ;
a down at the,Gator .34. Ha had All-Florida Newt ServiceBobby LJstb Tighter' '* had- ,te turn. tack late> BJo tMrJl 0 tS ,1WN of p/If/

gut protection and.k">ta- of(im* Al,Padgett, Pentacola .JournalBear "I think now wall approach' threatategetbadteaatlcterytrail at ..,,,,,quack kick "by Soils'
.,to throw. thereat W our schedule with after,tosJag their No ,1 ,lip that dM. at the Mot burled ,I
Back 10'the'r running game and Bryant's Alabama, the nation's third-ranked ,football Layna one said that lit never lost a football game our team clinched a11.6) $. naltoaal ranbJaf. with a' 1410IsulattweettoArtmii to oswy'a field
soph fullback Lei Kelley got all, Just ran out of time And that statement by the former ha said.Gator .,. wamw
team, roared from behind twice to Deny Stadium Sat- tighter,
pW and gave She ..........
Sloan five, Kelley five, Florida's Caters felt
Kelley much bow
I. seven and Just like that It wart ordajr afternoon, called on David Ray for a fourth-quarter pro great after pretty losing sums 17-14 up to Alabama In a battle offensive coach Pepper r 0Ifti1.till .... lit,;.;;. flier*ay| chant to crtao mM.Two .

first down at the Gators' 11. field goal and claimed a 17-14 football victory over Floridaas of Saturday the cnbeaten before a G,"frenzied game fan*. I Rodgers bad aa explanation to May win. a Sf,ar4. hid. gnatIsla .field. to. .last tW IperIa... hi 1
\ a LuHecond field goal slithered off Gator Jimmy Hall's for why Florida failed to to sir third. .....: .
Florida the touchdown balked at the door- after .
f prevented Florida on till threshold of greatness, r Mat .pJtyi ,.
toe.' the clock to the ckatof
I as a third down pan fait The Southeastern 'Conference": victory, a homecoming prize way. The Caters, ranked No. 0 nationally, lost to both father stop Th aroused Owl cam bad :kick netted only live yard and
, ed. But the Caters,couldn't do for of the 41000 fans Florida's Time and the No. 3 ranked team when a desperation seconds: quickly and drove to the Texas Joe Dims, carry big the ball for
.. moat came despite everything
an'lhlDl.bout Ray.kick.. brffllant,tophomort quarterback Steve Spurrier could I,, field goal by Jimmy Hat was wide. ... "Steve (Spurrier) thought 10 and. .II,to. tilt fourth quarter. I OM first time nil tauoa forth*
I Dea*. .ed do. ; .ill Stun, returned' aa Owl puat U
Then came Florlda'i determined WHIP F.S.U. FROSH yard* to the Rice St Harold PbJ.pppowartd .

t bid for an the marbles.It Tom McEicen TribuneDavid to till 17 but two
failed but It showed the 1W4 !, Tampa; man prays toat dint yard and
Caters to be a team of fight as Can.,'. winaing. kick at n
careful tt-yafrt field goal with three minute
i: Florida;:teams rarely have Ray's Gators' Win 1 a oI. yards. cam oa fourth down.
left made ft 17.14 and a 14-yard Florida attempt that time -
Baby
I shown In the pastThe forced haste made waste :lift It,that way hen late yesterday .
''f Caton dktat win it butl afternoon. Roll ;Past Ir
they did will respect and admiration I :
As the, lost:whistle thrilled K blew an t suipenseful, :
I from all who witnessed titanic'Alabama win ever Gator team that remains By JAMES KING To Baby Caton combined watt Jarred the pigskin away waning. rebates af lilt game
l what many old .timers said national a a Saa Feettan Assistant two drives of 47 and 44 yard,from Chuck Elliott as be attempted 'with Ih* afore .to .pnaiiasloaol Wichita i '
wu one of tile finest football A crowd power.of the'' and retell for Despite a brilliant H yard to net their second tally which to diva to for the the ball oa th* Seminal. 4t 17, 0LTTTLi .
GoD taw they'll
game David Mer.t .... Oa the drive Bailey Down 1Dok'I pUcbout from
games played anywhere kt the of and eltm foothill which decided I run by' Baby Gator quarter culminated by
Couth to the past M yean.AD only yean because eat slashing the secondhand. af the clock bad wu at further 1 back Bobby Downs,'lilt University sIa faking smoothly an a,compwtM luf only 0unr pan Wages, wu trapped. aid rawied *ROCK: Ark.;(APJQuartortatk -,
" the Gars needed wu one to af. Florida freshmen fourth down SpW-T epttoa at the evening to Kea Hart of hi* field. end afaraaoQ jot
play more tot matt why Alabama move. managed to beat their upstate and diving to from lilt 1 Gmeland for 17 yard He had to go deep to avoid Arkansu at par for a per 011
won Saturday. and the Ga j counterpart: from Florida Starting from their own. The Gator" forward wall eon t w. SentoDl* tacklers agate Ifnt half toochdown aad.thaourthrtnked ,
ton lost Tat second hand en.Tom Siler, Knoxville NeictSentinel :State IM m a game played It yard line the Caters used II slating. of Herb Swansea, Mar he wu trapped and agin bawu ,( Ranrbacfca rod. ,
the clock trickledInto Infinity 'Florida Field last night to move 47 yardt befon ty Bray, Doug (plan*, Bryan able to break away by ravtrstof to a 17.. victory over,WUUta. .. ,
!. for Fie lds'..bright hopes of Alabama's Crimson Tide staked a strident claim to foot-: Down evaded tackier after Ming forced to punt with/ a 4th ..IttWbe main reason hi.* field and glvtogpound. State University Saturday ajgHt ;,
Sunshine State and national Immorality ban greatness today la whipping a spectacular' and fiery I tackier and reversed field four and 1 situation at the 80. Wagu for me Satnkwle's poor pear Llk, CUtter Don ; T e victory: gave,ArkiaaaBj
to 114," Florida leantv ', I lime during the longest run lofted a 44 yard boot dews tag record ((2-l3) u they coavtmaoasly kept ,wondering where att ...record. ,:.. .
lUll, this ItaeVyTha'BoyiFran ) ; Forty five thousand fans toctodmg 1JOO standee. wtUBetted I of the evening before being. to James Balky who returned ..,... Bailey to;IIIDII MNels. came fros Arkansas tlliiiiit the> Waulshockari .
;;'I1 I Old Florida WIll look : lha aoanmtatal battto between quarterbacksStave I ICtJ trapped lid brought down an It from till 0 to lilt II. the FSU kwtkflald.Dewa's and !Wuw! Cuttar .the "... to cnu mktMd just, ,
:t ri back: en. ft stffl could/ bathe Stota ef clawl:: .a..Tern, and Star Sparrlar ., hisses I the Gators fear yard line far Tb Cater defame held sad rat, which. wffl. probably guy." failed to eema to Ms o rume.oncbyptnai.,....
y p1q tart for the next year that Tar u Jafmeu of the two andefaated .team* broke j a M yard tot*. tile Baby Semtaolu wen breed be ramose .. oar i ram AH bo taw: wu Sts.leas. Wichita sever ,.,bid; *tAf$1I1I4a" ,, -
has never come far a IT too*, down to a crowd-pletatog: welter of'II first downs, J07 JII'IIIj' TIll Gator Jumped off to aU4 to punt from thair ewe IS. toVa Last Stead caw to the .... ...... ILP : .
ban team. rwhing ad m.. the air. I half Um and and. anted .,. After ft* punt, lilt Baby a.. -:: -
I Score by Quarters:' II I a SamiMti bbs at lilt ten red.. .bat. sews pine. t
FlarMa" f T !.-.. four of which wets from win-
f maaaa I 1 tat-fl Ole Miss ''Salvages' nsT nun w rr, .... .tat lilt yard line. to mn.Oa .
I. Fla. Jackson I (Pan from '.... ...... tile drift Wages Mt Way.
; Han tick) = 1 I lit McCaO af Ocala for frardt
; SpInIer): ( -
l'' 7-7 Tic With ...... wi ow and Down for 0 yard
Ala Bowman 1 (nn)? Ray Vandy raw..... .-
fUetlFla '" j ..... ..... ..':! .. 1! before bogging dais oa thmrtfkved
Felber'4 (ran); BaD NASHVILLE.. '-. '(AP)' Law maa tar mtoates rep = auwNw '-1. 'i NIIIIaI ...... and teIIII
(kick) Underdog. Vaaderbllt reached. ButoarfwtiaateReiMUexpbded '- a.s asa by MctBtosfc 'waabrwght
Ala Bownsa 33 (ma); Ray Its gneteat >hdgate. af fta ataoa wtta an seortag pity. Ua toDm y- ,.Y 'I a play to tram the
(kick) Saturday Bight. to holdtogIflnlulppl Nat paIDt. Yl.dastppl bad r.---: 1UMea rich said weal to far 'the
Ala-Ray FOBPemacola .. a M lie ina failed .. tw leN pat ... -" ear*. Taat limo .....'.

Wins ball tIII111sr. .fi stepped see lsuddow.the.ds .....-...- -- ''''. -..-. held a IM .lead.Late .
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maw .r.- to OM third tjaaittr tat
the Vanderbilt 11.4
It t..::..
The ....... labels solid
a ; hider d ma flee.Qnhrbeck viatttog""..'.. stuba
CrosaCo
aretry .totKaUaWal. insane Valid. VM yard to* ill.* ecod drbw from the 3/, wu Mat*.
from the asa.d Walter .half u Harmon Wage .*> ed Mat to the N and dies
weed
Th scene wu the Beta quarter aaul lilt fading a>*. .. sand a inlet ft. ueted far a Jf. psfeeettaetad drove 70 yards to lilt Cater 1
and an they eW wu rat and .( lilt list ...... S tests a a. (" sedans toadtog ono to David Melntosh kit &-. before --
ma and na r aad na. The yard ....... pan from a tudnswa to ft* weed partat tor..wa to glee the Gator 0 I Work hers Male. halt car- 11
event wu anaaal Florida Jaator quarterback( Jin Vaaftarfy' Hat putt to ttuttack. Ttay far U aad 113 yard via lilt rid eight times aaoBaf Si
') College Cron. Couaty. halfback: Dm Well to gau a'TOwvnflMbtggaaantofteOjard ......,.. yard and was ea CM rcttvtof >
held ea lilt UtbtnOy ef flor- III for m. JIJIa. aeariag drive cBm zed Wage Knack will .lien man oaf .f a Baity pans i
Ida carnpn coarse and R kYrdcarder Ova mils gone te lilt fiat which moved to tat *aa a*.
what Walter aent.ver from tie
......,. dafrr Ma .... .... a dew fen the nggpd Cater fcrward
boa todWitol. .raaaipiiiaillpand TCU Edges catch ef a IS yard pan ay tu b
led Peaaatala. :X to lilt taa.TMgaaMlaftTaaaarttt wii I arts*. Pant Bdaaa att apft Penn Slate
: roa' 1IOaTII, ....(AID > sere by Moektog Jam**
CbonDer M si ft* way wfcfl* Temastl.;. lewd 'wttbetoeto4 aS4aaarkaBdaMttowalftianMi :1'rrsrs .e.pr hart snits 'Rapt West Fat W
atridtag the S. arib stores to 11 mknana. gels'b ; Lit ftt tWd .. S4 I flat Gator ne*.ertog ea the itwjrroom. W.... or) 44M

11:SUL Bin record ftaalt. 1S.S1nnasils bates JIll F- awed reeartaalmtta.Taa 1 a After beta* ftnwa far a A gftos Ptaa.lab tnOsaf.
attted Vlpoatfs, rntmndiiii bat ... lanaa hat first pan attempt I'- osad le f J
Manatee 71. Ctatral Florida 7iMiarl ha naaaaca,.wloa. a Wag Wage* petted High* ap ft Watt vVgtoat IM haw .....
Dad 115. St PMersbarg eOeaahu bees Ihat ammo SeFrey d .. oars to ttOS aad ladatjrftna eddie for the fM Man.Wayaa .1 day to a jirnair ..at 0*

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Hapless 'Cats .. fj First Defeat, 20-11

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Bobby Schwelckert powered a
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,. By KELSO STURGEON only offensive drive the Wild- 2041 upset by Virginia Tech /

ATHENS Ga. (APQuar) cats could get started. -... I \I over Previously unbeaten, 10th- I In the South
terback Preston Bldlehube Georgia, kept the jinx It has I It ranked Florida State Saturday
bulled his way to two touchdowns on Kentucky alive and would 'iAIi>. before a crowd of 22,000 Joyous

and provided the inspiration o homecoming partisans. the final quarter,.,he" puntedout 'the third quafteCfitOPI got
ATNeNs 0. (eA' I"'ctlf tile
for the surprising Georgia IC-o-.I. lwbae. Sams,.,. sass It was sweet victory for the fill eLACKO.URO.... 5,0145. 501S-V1150511 v.. (eA', 7551pN51- 1I.1Ib' IS 7 rdi.. In the'first half, Iits secoDd,8COjngn| :lrtre going
Bulldogs as they stunned Ken- .ee 4.w '1" Gobblers who were last defeated elm. two of.his punts rolled.to .the. then despite a:i5 ferd penalty
tucky 21-7 Saturday in a Southeastern Cs'.N1nq.Iw,...._... K II'"III, at homecoming by the Seminoles 1" 11 r.Y V.1.I,4 t55u41 10 and the 1-yard line. at the start and.a. aiury] that
Conference football ..._ Jo. In 1956. The score then ... parda55 131" Bilentnlkoff and Tens, :who took Scbwila1elol t.brlefJy. J!
,..- JnIaratoItIII W 55.45 : ..... 7550.55 lit 11.e .
game f Mti was 74. .N4: FI5.w have smashed ,Florida State ..Bobby.Owtttt-ItlSared Schwetekert -
.. a .,...
Rldlehuber scored on runs 01 :N5a1.11,41 71 N ........ 0I lIT .. ...., school records wittt their passing / :Jane eoopglr.::to pick
12 and seven yards In the second Florida State, working for Its v.54. ,.1/N/..55Ihd.., ... 11 i M. ,' i flash couldn't click: for a up a first.dowe-et the Semi.
quarter. This seemed to .00. sixth win and with high hopes score until Biletnikoff pulledIn note 22., Then; tehwefckert re
have put the finishing( touches to I ,
give the Bulldogs the confidence the Wildcats much earlier if It for admittance to the Southeastern capped the Gobbler a 4-yarder near the end turned;: bit: t1ta 'W=:Tommy.")

they needed. had not been for I fumble la the ii Conference took It After VPI stalled the deI'j' Twice: heavy penalties .stalled Groom with paoev.dU a Dr" -I
The Bulldog line, flat In the Kentucky end tone. hard. Star pass catcher Fred! lei on the one neb Florida State: drive. going 14 yards and ran a icon from i
first quarter, played the Ken- Biletnikoff angrily! heaved the .. rive yards out i
On that series Georgia recovered football high In the stands after '
forward wall off Its fee
t tucky
a fumble on the Kentucky a
marker late ,
scoring/ hopeless .
from the first five minutes of Tech ,
the second quarter until the 37 and Rldhhuber moved to the tackled Kentucky viciously ( WIn5M01 N 145 54) In the final quarter.At Squeezes: HOT'TJP -'':

final whistle. one. Wildest, linebacker AUBURN'S JOHN COCHRAN IN FLIGHT first, it appeared Florida Drive .Info tJkeT"Merest

Kentucky struck first, marching ,'Jim Foley by, fumbled and tackle Leaps Over the Top of Enemy Lin* ; State would roll up a big win GULF, 'SHVJC; ST A. .."
TION. *' Per lucky
M yards In nine plays the Tulane 76day. Ac
Sam Ball recovered. VPI fumbled oa the first play By
first time It had the ball for the and gain from Number tkket-4t mey
Georgia put the clincher on Southern Miss. got only one M -- }' -
scrimmage In the first quarter, I
Kentucky with 132: to go when defense
ATLANTA (AP) Georgia Tech's specialist
Fullback Sonny WINNER
one yard by A
N.C. WhipsGamecocks Bob Taylor punched over fromth Tech, employing swing split end Tommy Bleick! saved the victory ,
etwo. Bob Etter added the Uta.But offense! for the first time in Its with an interception on the ef SO'GelloseGULP
extra point_for the final margin., Scares Auburn the second period opened football history, used an eight- next play. HEATING OIL Given J

IConIudIy .................. JM i e-1 Tech's way as John Shipley Tech drove 24 yards In eight FREE.." T..... end Fit
wni K/-Slr i '' esi; recovered a fumble to stop one ITAUKVILLe, M..... Af. SMMfel plays for Its winning touchdown It CMrttiy ,
With EaseCHAPEL < If IM Ivies Ntrto |T ccl By REX T THOMAS Finally :in dha third period .
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after 4 II' 555515554,1551,4,54
) Seminole drive. Shortly 5r1/aa.1.a:StN.: after end Steve Copeland
recovered
1'L-.hIIoIIIIbor 0SPAIN'S
f im teiHr UeM AUBURN, Ala., (AP) AH- Campbell began connecting on along I i
ward center Ken Whiney Intercepted FInS 5455 'I' a fumble by Tulane'i fullback
OA-ftMMutw II ran (eittr kicM:
HILL, N.C. (AP) .
... America Jimmy Sidle watched series of and with 1 11.
.A-T.. S mi 1 lamr kick) passes, 55010,5 P550555
Tens to kl1VPJ' .... Cortez
Steve .. George the first
North Carolina whipped winless AiMMMM turn a pass .Na51e 111 II on
from the sidelines Saturday the ball on Southern' 18, fullback
r.u..N tolnkcgfad
returning the scrimmage/ play of the second Gulf that
South Carolina 144 Saturday while understudy Joe Campbellled Doc Griffith broke loose first score, lIT 5 5SW
behind Gary Black' passing Tampa.Rip.. Auburn to a 14-7 come-fronv for the rest of the way on a ball 21 yards to the Florida ," .... 7.71 I'NIi541a. half. Runs by halfback Terry PHONE376I77T
and the power running of Ken behind victory over tough draw play. State 34.Schwelckert. 1 tI Haddock and Johnny Graham .. .. .,
Willard. Southern Mississippi" ,Auburn end Mike Helms whipped a It- set up the winning pass.

Black scored two touchdowns Presbyterian Sidle, who appeared have turned hf one of his best performance yard pass to left tackle Erick yard touchdown pass Saturday;
and passed for one m leading !, on defense. He rohnson, lined up eligible, to put to beat Tulane 7-4 and remained
the Tar Heels to their third TAMPA (AP-The University AUIU.N.. ,MINIssIMIA.Wrn Ala (A.' l'a11t11a..If..boN Iwlwf.rn blocked two punts and on one the Gobblers ahead for good and undefeated.

victory In sir games and their I if Tampa Spartani, starved for '4411 s..MIla. *554, play the ball bounded out of the give Johnson the first touchdown Quarterback Bruce Fischer FOOTBALLIN
second against two defeat lathe victory, exploded aa offense Sat. .Ird ewna 0 f5eu4iw end tone before Auburn could of his life.Schwelckert fired the winning/ pass to and
Atlantic Coast Conference. 1 irday that moved equally well ., yirdiM yafda55 II 111 115 stop It. It went for a safety Instead ran for two more, Mike Fortler early in the third .
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Black' passing put the Tar war land and through the air for p5.4.5 kiltmpM w Fin 1M4'MM of a possible/ touhcdown. both five yards, to sew it up quarter to overcome a M Tulane

Heels on the Scoreboard the I 1424 homecoming, victory over .I5ni1.a 41 ; ,,C CYore I loti. Miu. ?...... ........ r i i tr e.rl1ln the fourth quarter. lead. Bunky Henry kicked
first time they had possession lathe ]Presbyterian. Nn51Nd... N IS uMnt ( I 0 41.Au'b the all-Important extra pointWlnless
s'ram Tech's defense sparked by
I rd 5I4w'T .uryh Tulane scored In the
opening period. (L :
Quarterback Val Johnson completed 'recovered from a shoulder m Injury Iritly Ulrrf pus t. ktodutf, Ml Shipley. Whltley and Andy second period when end Lama .
After Willard moved to a first 14 ef 20 for 167 Rained wi o M MM showed Its stuff early
Bowling,
I panel I which had crippled most of Auk Ortffltfi M nm (kick '.1..,' O'Steen Intercepted a past by
down on the North Carolina 47, and Auk OrlMim' I (Ikkk ., me offense timeto
J rardi three touchdown this season, still had trouble nm .I. ) I giving Tech quarterback Jerry Pries _
Black toned to halfback Ronnie The victory was the first !in ahalt .finding his reclveri and left the A"llllmaIaf SUM crank up by stopping Florida tley and returned It 20 yards fora 11'fI"r ,

Jackson, who caught the ball on I dos n games for Tampa. :field after Southern went In State's first drive on the I touchdown. Tackle: Billy/ 1t ,I II
the U and sprinted Into the end The Ion evened Presbyteriin'i I front on a 71-yard touchdown Miss. State ine. There Let Murdock set- Schroer blocked Don Bright'

zone. I record it M. pass In the first period. tied for a It-yard field goal. conversion attempt.
Minutes later"the Tar Heels Tempers rubbed raw by I Finally' Ekes The game wasVlrglnlaTech's Tech was a It-point favorite,
moved from their 20 to the Tampa dominated itetlstlci 1 bruising game exploded Into a best of the year, Including -,but the Greenle defense made a

Gamecock six. ,TIM' drive die I Spartans 202 yards outrushed to 51, and Presbyterian outpissed I!free-for-all the final quarter r Past Houston a 33-0 triumph over Geoff 'mockery of the odds. I COLORNATIONAL : :1 ;
bogged down and Dave Braise
I the visitors in to i iI. after the Tigers took a seven I I' Washington, and gave the i The Greenly Interceptedthree
lards
booted 11-yard field goal .. point lead. A Southern lineman I I STORKVILLE, Miss. (AP) 'Gobblers an even, 2-2, record.It Tech passes, one for the t
la the second period Black darted across the line on theMintafter Halfback Don Bland raced 72 also gave VPI a M edge In touchdown and another setting
directed 171-yard march before Presbyteriin'i deepest penetration I ,touchdown play and yards with a fourth quarter the series begun with.Florida I up a missed field goal attempt ,
darting into the end tone from came fa the third period. flats started flying Officials kickoff Saturday to give Mississippl / State In U55. I The Tulane hero was quarter (
the two. i 'Quarterback Leighton Grantham and coaches broke it up. State Its winning margin Most of all. It proved Sch- back David East who kept the ;COLLEGIATE;::
The Tar Heels wound up their I moved his forces from his own Ito Alln'.nd again, Auburn ,to a bruising 1S-13 battle against weickert to everyone present. W.veln the game with his passes
scoring. with a.TJ-yard drive I the Tampa eight' in eight' drives: which could have gone Houston .. 'Steadily guiding VPI for .almost ,and booming punts. In the AND '
early in toe thin) period.:. Black1 I Hays; only to kwse the baD on I ill the way were altered abrupt State held 9-7 lead'until M minutes, be only got I final quarter, be completed 25-
tallied from the four.; Ii fumble i I y by the Southern defense fourth period a fumble broke the i :17 yards on the ground and :yard pass to O'Steen and an W- .. '
contest wide I1t by air, but he put Tech in :yard pass to halfback Jerry PROFESSIONALFOOTBALL
open. I then when it counted. I ISchweickert' Graves for a first down at the
Houston halfback Mike Spntt
fumbled a'State punt Inside his punting game Tech 29.

In} the Midwest five and recovered It In the end a ar

lone, where State tackle Bubba
Hampton downed him for iufety Tennessee Ties /1ORDERNOWl
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It the Houston kick.
was
off which followed that led to s;, .ii If.,.." ..


Notre Dame Smothers State's two only lines touchdownThe dominated play Favored Tigers '

.- except during Houston' @RBA VICTOR 1
and touchdown
1 period ++ I
1 until State added nine sec-I By BEN THOMAS .. n
NeW Jstel'
Rugged Stanford 28.6 the 15 second splurge mldwa BATON ROUGE. La. (AP) % LSUi defense! was equally M l
the final Quarter.- Underdog Tenneaeee threw up a fierce. The Tigers held the Tennessee I
At that point, Houston pulled tough defense and seventh offense to minus yardage COLOR TV
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) season record for pan receiving such famed passers aa Angelo the stops on. Its offense and ranked Louisiana State had to after Intermission.

Second-ranked Note .Dane 'yardage of MS In only five Bertelll, Johnny Lujack Bob State spent much of the remaining go aU out to salvage a J-S deadlock Jarring tackles by both
smothered Stanford 2M with a games. Williams and Ralph Gugllelml time fighting long pa..... I with the Vote in a Southeastern teams' lines kept the ball flying
brutal defense and used the I Snow filled to arab I scoring After the scoreless lint period Guard Justin Canale had kept Conference game Satur through the air aa backs tumbled -
passing of John Huarto 1 and I pass, but speared eight Huarttossee State In the game with three the field 5
the Irish broke the Ice earlyIn Bobbles set up r1A.A. Irr.55.551ar.
running of BID Wolskl for their for 113 yard, topping tilt the second quarter on Ken field goal He kicked a 44-yir- &oa1I1or both LUS and Tennes ... rlawsr 1
fifth successive football victory: Irish season pass reception loCal Ivan's .,ard field goal Huarte der In the first period a 24-yar- Michigan 11''
see.
Saturday. of US yards by Jim Kelly m der In the third and a 4s-yarder
followed with
Wolskl smashed for three Met 14-yard scoring: early In the fourth. He also LSU easels Charlie McClendon
touchdowns, but It was the Stanford war completely pass to WolsU. The Irish accred booted the conversion after Nips GophersANN had to can on two of his injured i
another second quarter touchdown Pat Screen
stars quarterback
record-breaking passing barrage thwarted by the hird-nishmi Blend's touchdown.
one second before halftime ... Joe Labruno, to
.11 and halfback
of Huarte and Notre Irish defense until, with less "'" ,. ARBOR, Mich (AP) -
ai Nick Eddy took a Mlu lt 01 I' I I IMIU defeat.
Dame's defense which enabledthe than four minutes left, Ray f. ?_I. MMw Michigan survived a last quarter keep from tasting
Irish to win their first five Handley hit Dave Lewis with a Huarte pitch out and swept /MIU__tot'0 I CMM run surds MMIU kick surge by Minnesota and The heroes of the bone-crush LOW PRICED

straight since their list unbeaten three yard scoring piss.Handley I across from the Stanford two. /MIU -_ I ft.M(*_M..lr*.tt (........ tl IM"MIU regained possession of the Little log battle before the 54,000 defensive homecoming i
season In 1131IuUiTttt the nation's biding In the third quarter WolsU Brown Jug for the first time in fans wen
completing! SI of 87toseee rusher with I 101-yard slammed over from the one-fat llntf' n kldwft return K.ultklcni five yean with a 1 -11 Big Tea stalwarts of the two teamsAA- .L $455' :
averagefa :
line after the Irish had ,..., Ruffin Rodriguez and ;
for 200 yards Including five games, was held to 41 pounded AIMI4MC.Mw Ptrt 11.55Florida I mi INN ) football victory Saturday. I LSU'a .
a M-ysrd IeOI'InIIbo& to Wolaki yards on II attempts. U yards fa 12 plays from their Mlnnteota, which penetrated Ernest Maggton and Tennessee's ;

for a M lead to the second Huarte's 27 pass attempts and on 17. Michigan/ territory only two, Steve DeLong and Carl 11"w I
enabled end Jack It was after Wolski's nine- A&M cms. .e.Ies 4. I
quarter ,21 completions set a record .t times lathe first three quarters .
Snow establish a Notn Dame the Irish school which produced yard touchdown run starting toe scored twice to the final period Tennessee got a M had on ,

burn quarter had put the trIIII Squeaks By I A 11-yard touchdown run with Fred Martln'i 28-yird field
ahead. 2H that Stanford finally by Kralg goal It stood up until three I
Top-Ranked Ohio State n Intercepted pass Travelling Tokt Along An
began to make progress against TALLAHASSEE (AP-A 27- Lofqulst gave Minnesota Its I second before the halftime wiles .,
I )Irish kicker Doug Moreau
ratmI.N.e. final The Gophen left-footed
yard field goal by Richard Calhoun points.
Blasts Wisconsin 28.3 proved the difference Sat marched to the Michigan three booted one from the 21 for J the ,

State urday as Florida A 4 M University minutes later, but bet tour Tigers. RCA VICTOR RADIO
off
kicking was
I COLUMBUS, OhIo CAP) the Big Ten cemented Ohio edged Tennessee State 22-20 ards on a fourth-down runalnlplay to But the second Moreau's half and be missed
and look over.
FuBback Winard Sanderponged State at the top of the .league Nips Virginia to keep the Rattlers undefeated Michigan three ef them. Hia final try I
home since scored In each
at mi The Wolverines : -
for two touchdowns as
and
standing moved the Bucks alone seconds left In
came with eight CLOCK RADIO Fin-All RADIOII.
Coach Jake had andkept AM
Callher
Chat State' tmaatod Bucks step toward a ROM Bowl OLUILOTTESVILLE, Va. 01 the first three periods
OV.IMVWId" WltKOMsB IN (AP) North Carolina SUM warned his Rattlers It would be possession of the ball for the The game.vein held the Tigen oa :
Saturday a Western Conference I bid.Ohio broke away to I 144 first rocked Virginia with ewe quick heir roughest game of the sea-,almost twice aa many plays as ,the goal line to the third quarter. I
game wlfainid by MJH. quarter lead oa i eut-yard run 'touchdown midway (he second ion. He proved correct as_ Tennessee Minnesota. Fullback Donald Schwa "
The third airtight In came roaring beck In the Michigan marched 52 yardsthe
conquest by halfback Be Bali and San- period Saturday and whippedthe wire: tried to punch: over when
....' tint aeon. Rent counted Cavaliers Molalra aa Allan- hat half to score all their points first time It !had the ban the ball was Inside the one foot ;
after Tom Bugle blocked Carl tie Coast Conference football Calhoun booted his field goal. with Mel Anthony diving Into but be couldn't make It t
Mich. State arty In the second to stripe
..
SUveatrl'i quick kick attempt game. quarter the end tone from yard out T-.w. 5 e 5 *. .1UU
tort the scoring befon a capacity Bob Tbmborl.keaccounted . .1..1 .
Beats !Cats and Ohio's Dwight Kelley ncev- And when Virginia rallied : crowd of 11000. Quarterback T.w PS 55410 Nlsu \
end on the 1L A abort punt by with an It-yard' scoring burst by for M of Michigan's/ 'II 454 11 ,011-M5WIl0 5555,4 Mcll.Sw.
I i Quarterback Ernie Hart scored s41 $554 ,
,. lAST LAtWNO, hick, (AP) Silvestrt M to 1aDdert.arInc quarterback Bob Davis la' a [from out to the Rat. final II points aa he kicked: a 21-' .... ... I
second a yard give yard field goal In the second *Autanatfe k) muf* MMM *LckleUM TweeT *SieV .
plunge from the one.Wisconsin's minute deep m the half .
Michigan State, starting with ..
tiers
their first touchdown Bobby and scored on a one- Purdue Tops rvoeT bra .. wHf rule wmar kmn( Wst
a 17-po1a& first period Moring kiss threat came the Wolf peck staged two meredrives Felts, playing a first game quarter set DKtrlc deck Iwlt-i .her tnnai nl sttaem-1504 M a.
..... ever and powerd o m the third period when Jesse for a field goal. and a 'of the season because of a bad yard sneak In the third.A Iowa 1914IOWA hem FM Mn ** Me tea tons*Sa aM jut tukei netlar
throuIi Nurtbwssbra. lilt a 1M Rays booted a 2t yard field third touchdown to wrap it up.Kansas ,ankle, bolted over from the pass from center rolled fut ,

Big Tea tonal victory ***> ..... three to put the Ftoridlana/ In of the end MM for safety In CITY. Iowa (AP) OUR CUR' :$4195, '
0bI0 settled :lie third period and gave the $1695
beck to Its
Beats Purdue rode the
front IM at halftime.Sooners ,Hard-hitting PRICE, PRICE ,
fail Quarterback Stovej Ja> gnwad-eating tacUca aadnwrnd I winners two more points. defensive piracy of George Ca- .

day passed far Owe toucBdowne M yards fa rushing Okla. State: tav ice to a 1-14 victory ever
and ran fa far ..... -U fist Sander second score Romp 1 Illinois Wins Iowa Saturday aa Hawkqe 'TftMSTOJurr .
It wee t KM first conference II the (art of the fourth period. STILLWATIR. Okla. (AP) NORMAN Okie. (AP) The fumbles spoiled a biasing aerial '
victory of the season far IB Twe aafaatn !later Tom Kleh- :ianue kuBfktd Oklahoma 4 Oklahoma boners ripped CHAMPAIGN. EL (AP) {ww by quarterback Gary THE e' .
Spartans, who low have a M fuel neevend a fumble on the :State. from the Mg Eight Conerence I through Kansas State's defense Fullback Jim Cnhowski pickedup :&MOI. VADIFTY

overall record and in 14 II Badger SI and hn .plays later I football lead with n 141 and overcame t.baIrran 111 yards in 27 carries and The victory kept the Boom e, _..r. STOREI
the Big Ten. Northwester U S Don UavertertB hit halfback, victory !hen Saturday before Saturday fa defeating the Wild- and three times Saturday in makers fa a tie fir the Big Tea .
7 u. Aver -
4 overall with three ef the Lisa ......* fa the end i ia OSU homecoming crowd 444 fa a Big Eight Coder leading Illinois to a 24-7 football I football lead with ....... Ohio ht OM YHI SQUAll y
.II ,
h1-SHi0t5
losses In league play. i with a atasryerd scoring\ toes I;N.JOO. oil[ football game. triumph UCLA. |Ii! p15.55i r

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J, WEST POINT; N.Y.' AP) ". ". !Y. ;. '. ROY ESSOYAN No Russian heads have rolled ject so far. On the basis of past Russian women didn't do

Two field goals by Mark Cald- '. .. '. .. i TOKYO (AP) The Ru so far. A head of beautiful hair statements, they will probably much better. Irma Press lost

wen and a sturdy defense kept \ ': sians' performance at the Tokyo has been the only sacrifice to blame It aU on the "decadence"of her 80-meter hurdles
Duke among the nation's unbea- y ,4 ",,"., K.h,9 Olympics was their worst since Russian wrath In Tokyo. Soviet society. They claim It Vera Krepkina her broad crown Jump

ten powers Saturday,with a M s. JKst the Helsinki Games 12 yean CitHalr took the wrong turn when it title and Ozollna lost her Javelinmedal
victory over Army before a \ ago and heads will probably roll abandoned tough Stalinist
Elvira Ozollna former as well as her hair.
sellout Olympic -
crowd of .U.843 at Michele when the team returns to Mos! and Chinese Communist
principles
Stadium. \ Javelin champion, chopped The Russians collected a totalof
!I off her for the softer approach to M
cow.The shoulder-length chestnut medals edging the Americans

Il CaldweU kicked .")'ard and Kremlin has demanded hair In life advocated by former Soviet
partial atonement for by six But the Russianswere
N-yard field goals ta the second r an explanation and Nikita
? 1 that's an her premier Khrushchev.
disgrace when she placed a off the mark they set In
period and Duke fought off ominous American
an sign. and other
Western
I dismal fifth In the finals hero.But Rome 103 medals and
way
roused Army In the second Not only did America'samateur : sports experts here say there Is
off the
half. Pravda, the Soviet Communist 110-medal target they
t The Cadets
" losing their athletes collect more no question the Russians were
had for
fourth straight, had a touchdown NAVY'S ED OUR GRASS PASS NOM ACE ROGIR STAUIACH gold medals than Russia's state- Party's official organ, softer and more relaxed at Tokyo set themselves In Tokyo.

pass called back because But He wes Nit, Herd by, Pitt's Dele Stewert (26) And Missed It supported contestants but they gave due warning of worse than they were in Helsinki, They would have been even
j of a penalty In the third period (All Wlrpftt M 10* tun) practically beat Russia in the things to come when It declared Melbourne or Rome further down the lists If it! weren't
and missed with another drive total medals count, something that Soviet sports fans "have for gymnastics, where they
in the fourth when Sam Champi that hasn't happened since 1K2 the right to demand detailed DM Best collected 14 out of 43 possible

j was unable to bold Rottie SU- Staubach Paces Middies In the Soviet Union's first 01,+m- ,explanations" for Russia's disappointing "They did their best and they I medals against none for the
chweh's pass on the Duke four I performance.Even did very well but they weren't 'Americans.

when hit by Sonny Morris.' Even the Soviet satellites ordinary people are hungry like they were In Rome Wrestling gave them another

A 40-yard pass from Scotty the:! Poles, Czechs, Romanians 'rendering( what happened to the and Melbourne, they didn't have I needed lift 10 medals against

darken to Dave Dunaway set To 14-14 Tie With Pitt and Hungarians outshone the ]Russians. There are several that grim desperation about I the: Americans' one. And Rus-

up CtldwelTs first field goal Russians In dozens of events. I possible explanations to choose ,them," one American trainer ilan welghtllfters collected sevm .

Clarken's passes to Chuck Dru- That must have hurL I'ram. Moscow Itself blames commented.n !! medals to the Americans'
. lls and Mike Curtis brought PITTSBURGH AP) Navy overconfident Russian coaches. '"They were going all out," t WOo

I Duke deep enough. for Cald- spotted Pitt two touchdowns, The top Soviet track and field another said, "but they',. getting In track and field the Russian

well's second field goal a' then fought back behind an coach, Gabriel Konbkov, old and they need fresh medal total dropped from 31,

' minute before the half. ended. aroused defense and the passing In. the EastON blames the poor high school blood Deluding U golds, to 18 Included
1 Stlchweh. about to go down of Roger Staubach: Saturday fora track and field program and Many Soviet stars, some of II only five gold medals. Th.

from a tarkle by Drupe hit end 14-14 tie.Staubach. facilities at home. He says Russia's them hitherto unbeatable tell Inj Americans collected 34, includig -

i Dave Ray in the end tone In the I who completed five sports veterans are aging Tokyo. b 14 golds, compared to 28,

third period but the play was passes in five attempts In LATE and the Ugh schools aren't' Boris Shakhlin and Larlsa Including 12 golds In Rom.
called back and Army was penalized -Navy's drive for Its second SCORE, 13-7 producing replacements fast Latynina, the king and queen of But hi the over-all count the

for having an Ineligible touchdown threw to Skip Orr In enough. gymnastics who won 13 medals, :n tuaalans: hurt worst where It

player down field. the end zone for two points. and Boston The Russian athletes themselves seven of them gold, at Rome i Minted most those shiny gold
SUrhweh's passes to Champi the tie.Alter. College Nips AF I have DO excuses. They four yean ago, were dethroned ledals thai mean you're the

penetrated deep In the final] Pitt scored the first espy they are not disappointedand So were high Jumper Robert 1 1Shavlakhadxe I hi Nt.
minutes before AI Matuza broke times It bad the ban racing NEWTON I. hammer thrower They collected only 30 gold
Mass cite the code
(APEd lee. they Olympic
through and dumped the Army :1441 first quarter lead two//Foley turned a fourth down The play came early In the weapons shot down the threat., which: says It's more Important Vastly Rudenkov, Javelin thrower medals compared to the 38 they

I passer for a loss at midfield I II came to life when James ,I gamble Into a B-yard touchdown second quarter. I Hank Blaha broke up one pass,I to participate: than to win. I Victor Cybuknko Petr Bolot-ok In Rome and the 49 they

I man Intercented a dMn pass to Jim Whalen and BCs first Interception: and a then Ron Gentile batted away a The Chinese Commun1ltlblven" I nlkov, the 10,000 meter champ mod for here.

DartmouthRips pass by Fred Mazurek Dht I Boston College clipped Air subsequent Steve Murray punt toss with a leaping effort at the spoken up on the lUbe :Petr BolotnUor and Vladimir The Americans: take home 38

I Navy 3l.Middles :Force's wings In the clutch for a .downed on the Falcon two had five and Bar Holaday'a field Colubnlchy In the 30-kilometer gold: medals from Tokyo two

The then drove M I 13-7 I football upset Saturday. kept Air Force bottled up for a goal try wu short 'walk. m ore than they won at Rom.

Harvard yards In 12 plays with Kip Pask.ewlch BC march 83 yards with the period. On one more occasion Air
: going In for the TD from Force reached the BC 33 but a TOKYO IA'"> MOT b t MM to.**
I Mcond half kickoff: helped Immeasurably When Air Force I... .. ,_.
tried to come fourth down 0500 151 00151 45 Colts Lions Meet
CAMBRIDGE, Mass (AP) the two. Fred Merlin's conver-l]I I gamble pass by M W* UMH SIMM *... Today
Scoring every time/ It got Its sloe attempt was wide., by a roughing the back on four Murphy completions Murphy/ missed connections = I:1h. Tv Ohm** 0mwi j jTnrt I
hands When Pitt I punter penalty and broke a ,.7 I three to Jim Grits, the with open Bill Linda at theCollege 511115 ...14I.I .*""*
on the ball In the second was unable to score leedlock.
c
Stymied on fourth Boston To
quarter, Dartmouth rolled to a following the ensuing kickoff, town at the Falcon 39 quarter. College antiaircraft sIdI1Ine. = Stain 14 S I| 1uiu S Highlight NFL Games
354 halftime lead and romped Navy took over on its S3 and I hart -
to a 4M victory ever Harvard moved for a touchdown In nine Foley lofted a soft spiral to ""' / ii li Ii DETROIT (AP) It'll be the has completed 240 of 43S passes
Vhakn who grabbed It at the
j Saturday In the most lopsided plays. Three of Staubach's passes -\five and :: ; : I National Football League's for 3,808 yards and 27 touch-

renewal of the. .ancient{ Ivy in the drive were caught by Jogged across. 1w5451.5 i li i stingiest team against the highest downs The Lions have Intercepted .
J League rivalry. Jr Orr. .,The vaunted BC paw defense, Sco/es UtIIIM=:"-.'.-" scoring club In the league 28 of his aerials
The Indians made a shambles Pitt drove 15 yards from the inked third in the nation, Inter- a when the Detroit Lions and The running of the rejuvlnat \

i of the regionally televised con opening kickoff In eight plays, epted three of the Air Force I Sis"* i i I Baltimore Colts meet Sunday ed Lenny Moore, fullback Terry

I test In the second quarter, ironing -including: a 10-yard dash by Eric: aerials while toe Cadets aught IAIT 1 5 11541 0515500 The Lions will' not only have Will, who Is nursing a knee

four times on drives set upI Crabtre..Futback( Barry Mo nly two of their own before soy....,..11 c.. .Pe1.bi5.... U AIr"/.c. 1 ''T A0MN: SIM- 0. CtorM SIM ClIo I"."' 1M 11_ *- I : I to worry shout trying to stop the injury, and rookie Tony Lorlch
by two blocked punts an interK Knight crashed over from t the *itermlssloa. MMy. Cran M. e.N.l. II 0'''_.5 44*M KMMM n Iw SIM cuin. .T y1' well-balanred attack of the have given the Colts a better
cepted pass by Jaan Loral and Iii one-foot line for the scort.McKnight One of the thefts, by halfback c..,._...*,.,II,PMmylvinl Kin*. **H t" | Chn.M>H IT ,...... OAK 14 011115UM 7r. I J I.. Colts but win also be playing balanced attack. Moor has
,' *l lobby Sham at the Falcon .... Jill C..lIlII. C.w TICS N ....,.. .......
spectacular punt return \by also scored the 26, H. IwtMm CWMdlciil IS D_. H, OfiMO it 1 with one quarterback Milt scored: 10 touchdowns: to pace
[ i,1 quarterback Mickey: Beard.' [Panthers'-other:TD ora.. two. ,H up tying touchdown: in the JunM r- Mn115y. II, Lromlii t, OfcUMM' 4 a PnMw Own II If,,5.n!_.|14 1It f 51,4II.eM45.515115 I Plum following the Injury to !the NFL storing race.
Dartmouth scores*cam'tKsV, Jfcrd run. Jim Jones, with sand quarter which Sham DMMMT* ... _Lwnn. IOwlmwA CMdMUH M Tuba ItCMWto 51151115 Earl Morrall last week Because of this, Unites hasn't "
? Ora. L. Del ... v...., 1 w........., 1145 hNMwS .
,if|f' four-yard burst by;Job ffBrtan,' missed en two field goal attempts bnseU scored from the finesse _. ""l.:.,....... .-. 1s 45151.15 1 r.-' f : iI, Plum directed the team to been passing is often but has '
r '
1 a 19-yard pass from Bruce<3otti convertedafter the As against Missouri. lad week, tw.naw.o 5.511 IMII.r5//y P :.:. *. 5y.1.y:.,,MtIIfw n115 "", ::r.... i'f .. "three last quarter touchdowns In had JltUe more success when III
schall: to Steve Bryan, Ii toward touchdowns. A Ir Force scored first on a -N.rn.YU.. ,. n, N.. N.., .I,. MPs' *5.15.. 11_. 17. .., I Iwas. M -=:.... V1 f Iu a "muse f ''MHim with the dose dworl the biD. ifs It the I ll

'I i run by Paul Klungaess and a 1IVL :. Naty,gotbilde the Pitt I0 aIIWIct kkly.executed ( -yard aerial "*' .N S MaiN0. c..ie Toefl P51d II,"M15p$ w I Me : Colts which ended in a 38-38 tie. .l.aM'.le.dlag passer. i

yard areial from:: :Beam to to the last quarter but Pitt. *rite from southpaw passer, rb MrvvMwfM 555,15 IKK K v....... IS "MM Be also the Ray.Berry, Jimmy Orr and ,
.. ,. was auart.rllal'
I bold both times,, .. -,. TIn Murphy to end Frill Green.third Hi! aw.OtMvwt U./1 IMMa IIIIIM I" 1 Jack Mackey continue to beUnltas'
Klungness. *
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' '' "; / t.l.!:: 15wMM t. TvlM* 4 "SV: ". rujiai- j 5w the two 'lctorlIC ftd-by favorite receivers.
'I 5L c..., 5 /""."t w. Jtttatn "=* _, the Lions ever Baltimore in
NMrt N, UMM II KlrtnM. 05045 II, Caps OlrtMM I..I ,r"I f INI. The Colts The Colta/ with 308 have run
back
came
WHMTtf SIK ANvifMI 14 Omv* 14, II Ie 150 M..5 """ fI tail the two ti up more points than any, other
last
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In the Far West 1 Mka11 InKnMlldMI 14, Irk k I lraC.M45 11. //WI' LIN: .... The Lions sUH have year 14-1 team In the league and are only
...... M Klww HIM* 14n ':4mb45 h.1/S.ry/ M, Dy.M XftllM MNw i a three yards shy of total offense
I'r w.,, $., T..S 1y ( Olin1 S vIr5M1. T* 55 5154.5 oN45 11 : : edge in the serial between Ins leader St.: Louis.
M LMTOTW 14 TrlnMv 15151 b555 II, **M5/M a LIt Ja1.. two teams
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-- .. ,. CIIf TSM M ..L..1owI11I 5 While Plum has had much
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Na..45re 4 HOTMNOT 4, M* '- LU t C..... suttees against. the Colts, Belli. I
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Nebr skl UrltaM Ml* 14, lndlrl tale I 1Tn11.M1.djl ::. ....... : f more quarterback SHOW
ftm8Coloradoi CwMdlm M, Ton** I "lit 11. 1:1.N II Johnny Vni.
:: fm WMMm SIM* 11.w51Y'A4ISaNa1.5' L--'-.'Mw IPIwl.5b esIIr.. 11 SN45 le Xi1':' Z : r tea .has. best anything but .a AT Ting
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CMy'w SwrtMH 1..1'f. $Pr.k45', .::::1t 5.s,:,,, : f : His record for 11 games I) 1.r-eel. LM
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, pp BOULDER Colo. (AP) end zone untouched. touchdown midway In tIN., ._...._.....Vtlln e4_N.u"'-MtTMl... fll. rIa. S .Ye 5/h.....I.b LIWty 17 CS.wM, 5h.TSa.IS, W 15 V...,5ya W..*15. N I j .CLEANINGREPAIRING

Flftb-rankd Nebraska, after a to the third period charging fourth period after Harry WU lam ... Ito C N. P..I 11 Mwyvlll w. OuiHwJ" If PHILADELPHIA (AP) -
lint quarter scare, blended Bob Nebraska linemen knocked took a short pass and ran X I MM:.">u0s OUMWn$ 14MMtiir SHI Mh 51515.5 5.75rry 4TJM. Unbeaten Princeton. scored a .

Cnurchkh's passes and a Colorado. quarterback Bernie yards to Colorado's n. Fow w5Snjs., 'Cr.-4' v1511.5 -- ....... s pair of toocbdowM ta a 7..eeooad "We M This Oat"

rugged defense Into 314 McCaU loose from the ban oa plays later Churchkh sneaked I .....;iTT-iV..... 1II. wanlr/M. 1h. waculgn,1. 455.15 A555aM nA TM.Sw w11w" period of the second quarter MOTOR StOCKS FLUIMIO .

Eight football victory over Cob his nine. Mike Grace recovered over from the two. SIM, Pw 14 civiM, nit tteftMMr A.S51 14 ko.n It C-, M-.e 5 t and went on tin man Peng's RADIATOR DIPT.
1 the door for he Corer Nebraska's powerful defense "- ,.. 11_. M.I1 v. ..... Quakers... Saturday to
I ) redo Saturday. to open .... ...-. .. --- ..... :=ifs' an Ivy WHIT ILICTRIC IATTIRY SIRVICI
The unbeaten Cornhuskers, buskers' second touchdown two sparkled In the third period 11 Iv5T11w.5T I League football game at Franklin III
r NW. 't' AVI.
rolling to their sixth triumph, plays later on a two yard run by when Colorado failed to make a H, AlhlII t..MM 14 I:... 54515 Ma. I Field. i PHONE J7M5II

f erred frequently ta the opening Frank Solich. first down. Colorado found Nebraska's 04CIII Na45 D,MleweSv w1..M111 a ;New MI.IM .14 New MIll" 51* U. ,
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period and Colorado scored first The Comhuskers hit for their third team too sturdy 14 UCIACWMMH T.... I
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, on FrankRogers' 21-,.. field and made no progress to the lnl.e1... MUM |.
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. goal after John MarchW Intercepted last eight minutes against the 40, 4s'eh. .... CIIrt C__ C./q5 SArrMNi'C.5w
Brown Wins II$4I, N M1n1. 011Io. ,
a Churchlch pan -on reserve., 451d451 54* 15 N.,- 5 : .. K w.M51 Nw
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Nebraska tamed the tide PROVIDENCE!: :, R.L (AP) Yale W_ ..... II. 0IIe ....... e -155 111 __5/55 w...5........ t
second RaUbeck: Join Hukhaisoe Squeaks oo.s* w. MerIoIIe 5 = 45. leap 55
ta the
quickly: quarter atChurchkh CkMwnt A,45.o 510455
flipped a >.yard Snored ttsTM lOUChuU: Pal M a.au4gr Past Cornell l>rlkm .'tr..J., '-:; ly d515y5 ..... II
Brown defensive 11/45W..yy M 75. M1.ay. 15 == = "
pass to Kent McCtaghea for salience K_ IC 4s1.5.45115 II "'=" :sage srMa
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the Conbuskers' first touch wit .bottled op Rhode Island ITHACA N.Y. CAP Oud : C1N..wg. a--. CMI/K 451.11 1it_ a
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down. Colorado quarter!.. .oft_ sttarday to win 30-14. ,Ucrceta booted a 38-yard fourth '.wriw a J.yr.M M '. ... ell I'y_1 .c.'e 1M Ley ........ t
Hale Irwin appeared to bat a JIItddIIae ad IIaJtIIeck.: )period Held goal his third of the r.Il.p./ at ew5.r.wse.w e I i1MnMI.Te..A.r, 15. U. 11J ,

cinch Interception 00 the play, quarterback lob Han had BHIe game and Yale's defense sty 45..._....Nay M4pIS I" e'45r.n5, 5.15,5.A1dy.l5......... ..II1 {,{45M n..Pre 51 ewL ......
but be bobbled the ban Into the trouble keeptag the Rams defense oiled a bsMltch drive ta a Don l' ...
arms of McCIoughan en the guessing and scored aD football victory over Ivy League C MOT Mr II MkMtM MM 4 I* WkwH SMM S ..::.--'c:.=.'..
iota the lour Brown tollies. rival wiinmii 4fc OWMMMCwm O' .s I.ds 51 4..145 II
Colorado He went Cornea Saturday. M -r.. w15
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Southern Cal Nips Cal .period and kicked me extra K_' M-OiMwx M/d11M'I Math nt
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goals of 41 and 41 ,ardI. His I*, ... CM Defeated
Late Touchdown 26-21 /saw> O UM n, 5..w e* /* MMINv
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LOS ANGELES (AP) Quarterback his fourth touchdown pass of the Dr Cornell 38 when poster -w-_"V, MMM!fc MMKltav, tm. 1 umpired Orepe hints untouheda

Craig Fertig carried game with M seconds remaining Dudley Kaufman fumbled ill e. MM,.Mt I Kw.;4IOTI 5 offense, cbal
Southern California M yards hi, I. give. the Trojans a 1141 sIn pass from center and kta. knee -c.-- ... 1Mb MUNIJ 14 ,l lo_ ma gynnsi bend*.
touched till ground.nffl ......., .. IIIcI
the fading moments and threw ory over the California Bears ran III with r apart n-ij
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lilt ttoe, k looked. Uke =-r- --- victory .
Saturday., Cornell might. band Yale Us first Mw.Sy .. ...... ..... aattrdey.red You milt the nicest
I TtafMg JWI with the dock ..*.. ..M, m !< Mri4 .*... I* Liddlianked
New Mexico setback of !the season. ,J _I II. Ca.r_; l''e
nmntof ont and confrontedwith OIMI n N.5.11p first on s tiyard. alar

Tops Aggies thtrd ... and 3) situaUon ..k1...,5 Is v.I11 AOa 14 .5..... 1 men crumbled under an yQee.eve people on a Honda

I on ale own five Fertig. Holy Cross tt=*vssi', DIU attack ebtak: .... see

''l ALBfQCERQfE. JUl..(API I stunned Ow crowd of .,* by ...,....,K*! 14 c--, OMT ,M.* 14-7 taJfUme ..... the par
Buffalo
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The butter-fingered NewMnfco I IrIriDf lie Tie jags on to vtto-j Nips .......... M W Cv.* W .. II PIal Yalyh Wa tile JacndJbI7 low pM.Or&M

Lotas M stt r.wiII rt-- .. I BUFFALO. ..T. AP) JMipnamers ........c**_M 4..*Len 4 S -pytState faataatk"""Jt sould be the proculoaauajfianrtng.

( but lUll managed an 11-14 ttctory r TM game IsoncM the Rose Mfta Canaioa tossed -....a...-.--e i Wetness Of UM safety and season.lfa. .

Satarday against equally Bowl campaign. far bets Mama a Hrsrd naas ta end B9 labs iVsiru" *.. iSas. Oe ia...... ...".M.4ua. Bnt faces likely ft's' fit.tae HONDA

kept New Mexico State.Watgback 'hi the Pacific Adusflr nee ibe tW a yards far sssoca. elrw 5 S.wylwl. ........... JbBasasad XNdatst."!........... or- Jib &1M f. ,

1 Oaade Ward -- i down Drat axve Holy Croat 26 IteTy. ew Ude. the strong .,.... rtsbsff. s).......Join ... Th Met step emVJ tA......
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ON touebdewns vNdl{! California's bruHsntuart .......
scared
: equally 14 victory 1 leeks vM k
'. over Bufbuo Sana W sah. It a iMMtfntto* rid* Why not today tSTREIT'S
bmudrt the lotas from, a Hdeficit rback Craig Norton : = :t =: ; iwendewni. between (this elves
MId. aXIK fCMs ... e.. ....... .... and 4LIt ,,SV5 s ant a
aymot before be got die Melt eo-. .. 1.. .... 5 were nailed belie ....
1 He dashed nine yards ta teeM he. ether ...... Hebroke raced widely ta W ..... ... .. -.-. ... lit lest IIae aafass. ihia BICYCLE
; .m- < A !. SHOP
(the second quarter far a tends- a 14-14 be to file aanrtbquarter sctflelds P sued by a 1 VMrSk = J- .
landpMlnegameenlMlaitasrtb Pits a 4tyard drew to .das BuBalennenMibefortbsl = 14 5 P1elr t A. MA.re.ptlse setsp en

quarter whb a U- Jerry Bradley. Tee. extra paint fannd' Seem SB alias Ole .5.55 ..... .Lib -0rb eSMU. DIU new goal sad a par lyre- 415 W.
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Sun Football Assistant STATISTIC ..0" .. ,. rl ___ I
:: SIM*. .-. Starke started their second '!" .. !. ., .. ".iVi'f
..... PALATKA-Sarke and P a. Pint Pram*wm" .. It. quarter drive on' their own 32 A. 1. .....'/. By BEN FUNK::: .,._ "' si6..8IIrl '
+o.Jatka battled to a scoreless tie Prom "H'nithlnf>M 1 and with time running out quarterback 1 : :!
-here. Friday, night after the Prom g.poiwitiMYtnfe ,lnM 'rviMnfVirdi 1q. 1M Phil Elder hit end w MIAMI .(APWWiVtyplcalastquaner : > Indisne !_! .! MfwnWMtE
Dotting: Tornadoes filled to flt4 pwtlnf N r Joey Reese and Gene. Pass with hilts,'. the.Indiana ,

I ::;;:TKOT from the fuzzy edge olMhe = Inn.rrcswW Iv, i : } f f'un" 19 and 14 ,yard. passes. respectively. Boosters racked lIP 21 points in Weri'4rlvli ia rJbtfB' iJil!': 32. ...;
goal line when time ran out "3, .a La.7. the final period Friday algbt -
:::;:)It the half. v."um... ...loot l pmltlMScon i S E N Don Falcon then took over \wreck Miami's Hopes for Its flBt :':DrI<<.__.. =

=-."We all thought we were In by tjuvlwiiSUM I .. the quarterbacking chores with .victory of this" dismal football -Another::>JlamJbrrjr| .Md -

;;there" a dluppolnted David PtfMMToucMowmi",, -..,. Illsaeon seconds showing on the clock seam, 2M4. at the IndiewMwif.-W: e 47
:"flUI'II, the Starke coach, com- and ran for I seven and hit RIck yard pass fronwSaWkoB to
of the
.mented after the bruiting ttirM.l.t*.--NOM.r Nona.. Reese with a roll out pass for tion's Radar one food bullets na Coughlln at' tMlKbosW.; III .
? ame. "This game was Just avwaste seven more yards to move the top .pavers was jaulliflet by a BBBaBTJRusselHSmim ..+
of Sand W to Bill MaUn-
of time that's all, just a ban to the Braves' six yard t yards' ,, saeedjrftal-:
..baste of time." Each team was able to make line with 25 seconds left \ chak lor two score and :Tom back bounded by-let;injuries ever

: The two teams were battling lone drives through the middle The Braves then. bartered Nowatzke bulldozed seven yards since the UgJnnfefC his

vTor the lead of the Florida l of the field, but yardage was down Mickey Agner for a two. I for another In Indiana's late sophomore season last tf t. finally

2:Star Conference, and as Coach tough within the 20 yard line. yard gain, and Falcon attempted comeback. against Miami's- thin ,bit his stride ft fettling
MIAMI FULLBACK FRED CASSIDY (43) Runs KICKOFF BACK 10 T I.: fast UrlnlIIne.
-Hurse stated proved nothing alatka mustered a 49 yard two more plunges as a desperate Miami to a secomhpirter!
::except that both Starke and PaHatlta drive after the opening klckof Tornado crew hurried to Run Came After Indiana Scored; No 51 la Miami Center(A.Blanchard WINr sea s r1I. sun) Until this explosion, the Hurricanes down that tied the'asera-at 77 :

have very sound, hard but with the aid of a 15 yard score before the half withoutthe --- with six sophomores hi on BflefaUkofrs tw.Jlinhun.Thl.JIIIrrJcaDea..JI&Idt4.Jlld.

"':Bitting ban teams penalty, the Tornadoes baited aid of any remaining tun. CRAWFORD SIXES SHINE the starting lineup and few replacements : ,<*j

outs. on' the bench, had five plays to atoror JXfUta! for

'Jast been In charge of the game. i a third quarter score that put

PKY Stumbles On the final Short play of the half, Safety Gives Santa Fe I "The-game was la doubt right',them in front hurled 147. pauses vBiletnlkoft of U .

Falcon dove over the center 01 up to the fumble recovery and and 41 yards to Fred Brown) and
the beefed .. up Palatka forward w our last touchdown the fourth Pete Banasuk hurdled the In-

watt, and his teammate quarter" said Indiana's Coach diana line from two yards out
In 13-7 Loss Jumped with Joy as the y 1514 Win Over Pirates Phil Dickens. '"We got some for the touchdown that put Miami -

thought be had scored.. good breaks," to trout 147.;, *:

However, Referee tonnl By JACK KORAN erated until late ta the first block Granvlllo Defense Tires A big surprise warfhe pess-
Smith! said that Falcon's he Id a key by Schemes
of Biletnikoff who bad been
log ,
At MacclennyBy :went into the end tone, but the San FettpaB AssistantFERlfAftPlNA half thanks to relentless. pur- provided the conversion. ThePirates The Miami defense tired in strictly a running quarterback

ball did not reach: pay dirt. BEACH'- wit by Santa Fe. Quarterback trailed at this print M5 the last period., I think ,this until this game. He hit 11 of If
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After the half the A Benny Alvarez a quick MS- makes M we've scored in
; keyed-up safety resulting from I II points tor 152 yards to take a statistical
JIMMY RUSSELL The Wildcats won the toss Tornadoes drove tJ yards to the blocked( punt in the first quarter pounder, guided his team downto The two teams traded t h e the fourth quarter to seven for edge over Badar, one of the

Son Football Assistant and marched to the Blue Wave Brave's six, but Falcon was bit gave SOita Fe the margin the enemy 10 before the Pirates .ball. until the last quarter when our opponents. It was a good one nation's best throwers.. -

I I. MACCLENNY'Homeeom- 10 before they were stopped on with a bruising tackle and for a tooth-nd-o_ll victory as yielded the ban on downs the, Red and White boxed ,In to win. We had to battle for our "We were :undermanned,"
fumbled with the to a stubborn Rebel line. This lives."
downs. Braves,the Rebels nipped undefeated
ft Ing spirit at Baker County Hip Fernandlna on a coffin .. corner said Miami's Coach Charlie
of Macclenny proved too much Wayne Anna pouncing on the Fernandina ftosc,1P14) Friday 70-yard series was bjgbligbtec John Witter fumbled the kickoff Tate. "We Just didnthave
Fumble
Recovery Phil Elder rolled for punt by Trigger Hodge. The
'for P. K. Yonge here Friday pigskin. nightSanta r and Dennis Deblasls recov- enough to throw In there..Our
On the
first PKY from1CI'Immqe.
play
1 night as 'the host Wildcats gains: of 10 and 24 yards In this Fe, How H overall and ITATIITIC' Reba held for four downs and ered for Indiana at the Miami .defensive unit was worn out In
handoff
a faulty resulted
ground out a 144 decision. In a, loose pigskin. The futile drive. U In conference play halted I.,. p.a."rtt a Pirates punt put the ball In 33 to set up the final score by the fourth quarter."
The bomestending Brave shad the Pirate's drlv for the Key, sewn.. ., f play on Fernandlna 4S: Nowatike that clinched this one
.,.. The Wildcats' rode to victory ball was covered by a host 01 dominated play In the opening tone league championship. Fernandlna : :,. "."auM" 'I'4 for the Hoosiers ,Wl All.. : -
behind the hard running of Jim- 'Cats at the PKY I to set up minutes and did the earn "..... _".. I' On the first play, Crawford :
is 1-1-1 and M-l .
Pow .. This
the ".nII siDwl rsM' 174 II was only one of several
.my Yarborough and Ronnl first Baker TatvAVlnlce in the last quarter, but ian s In conference play I ,_ NUN. sa.IM ..1 07 ripped around left ''end for I1I1'd 45- breaks for the Hoosiers. In the SPECIALISTS
Gene Crews and a stiff defense = I : .
score. Sophomore fullback Mac = "IbN'cWsd I.y run and a to lie Jadcnm. first period a grou&d-dribbled t 'f 'I .
which held PItY to 39 yards on I Palatka was handed Its beat Pa' 5.35 s MV. .
the and .. ,.... Crawford led a bard : running ... ? sis Hodge missed the con version pus from center arrived too e'Is. jb.Mwsiii
via .
,,. ground seven. the dewn.p. SMMrCtwrty scoring opportunity of the nigh Rebel offenM which hso N unb -
Plnr effectively ......... late for Art to "
air lanes. I attempt with 0:10.to go to the Zachary punt jC
when end David Smith smashed = "I. ,
Pram mfclne" 13y ballkawtard control toe first I '
practiced -
., turn MotlMnm through to partially block: .......... ... ... ....'4 fourth quarter. The kick was Mocked, Ken Hole ,....."
'Cat mentor Tom Covlngtoo.mealed MMKJMMM ulf. re* up ill yards / ysard !later recovered, and. Indiana ..
.. that be bad Warren .- N...waa.orw. .... 3' lr. "., Robert Nelson a punt which nil carries, most of them coming ,.:..:...... ...... -a-alp....1a. %n After the 'kickoff: 'little Alerues had to move only; egjtt yards, ..c....
ledge, his middle linebacker 1 M S. rolled dead on the Starke 33. from end. run. h* id Ki ..... Rq.in
to NontzU'.foot
score on
Mt:- w t1J'r.:: :1. put on! a spectacular aerat ..
:kid
.keying on PItY fullback Tom "**>. mi ....1 Kenny Perry passed to Bill When Crawford wasn't skirt ,.......IN .Msra Ab. a.run...('us (1,). show, completing four plunge -lei .
__ Ilakor Sproull for sine yards, s wept ,.r AIY-1 RIO. .. M"o. PATh Ceblise
.Hansen.We ...lesSNs&tN M ing an end, halfback Doyle :Tu .
to $ II end for nine and Bill Miller., straight passes for 25 .yards "e Tad...'
more
I csZ" ';:rtn. bikes was smacking the center Fernandlna'now had marchedto ..
hard
worked to -.a
stop 1 I b '
{ Hansen-I watched him against CwMy iii .-'4I Perry and Bob Pope combined of the Femandlria 11 n. with the Rebel! 1* and w er e City Par> !* :2. ,.a Low
to the ball the Starke
=r" I move to quick III U t.. He gained II by three first downs and a 34-
and T.. However .
label knew we would have i. threatening to score. ._.Md.ts..N ICALL
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nine with
seven battering runs.
I to stop hint to win; Covtngton I nil Yap M MmM Tom-MiMori.y) PAT(M yard-M rards. yard pass play to end BIll Miller a third-down pass was Intercepted Downs Hughes ,

said. .::fc-ty' Big. LessOn The decisive safety came after who plucked the ban out of at the 10-yard line by Taylor 17M7U TODAY

y& n./ rJSSrrfJ'eJl_ the next play, however, Santa F< bad a touchdown the air while warding off two who returned .to the Santa In the second week of the ,.... .. I tee salaala.C.mpletehy .
Caws c r y& run) PAT M pad' called back because of ofenslve -
Bob Gainesville
Starke's Reaves and Pass
1t"'Y .....1tII lit arse a. Rebel defenders- Fell. Recreation Depart.want 'awsMreei
Chief dl' anus. .Na, ens III .- M... par ,broke through to nail Perry for holding After the PI- Midget League FootbaD l
iK. ," ..... ... V.i nine yard loss and forced rates took P JIWIt'fln their own :The half ended with Santa F. Striking PesWea :program, dry Park Team No. APPi.
a passing situation from the 18. four,they were forced to kick leading, M.Fernandlna. ,Several minutes later Sikes 4 had a field day as romped .

I Too .Much On the next play, "fullback 1 Perry faded again wet pressured from the It-yard line. The punt bounced back 'ta :coughed up the ball on the 30 ;over hapless Hughes Supply to "'

'I" Jimmy Yarborough carried the and aimed for Sproull In was blacked the ball sailed the third quarter with visions ot and once again. the Pirate s 1 1nn the tuna of 31 to 7. City Park TRIE r"w i

mall over on an off tackle the end sone. Aa alert Falcon backwards And the kicker recovered ta ta striking position.. This I scored almost! at will and com.ptotery j
Bucs the ball his end a conference crown dancing t time ,Alvares; fending off a I
For W
own
slant
4 The kick for the PAT was Intercepted the pass on the their heads. A fumbled return ] overpowered the Hughes SURGEON
wide and the score stood 14 three and the drive was foiled;tone for the Rebel -,olDter. the Rebel 30 punt t tackier with one hand, threw toBice Supply Team., '),;, ," :
by Taylor
on
BRANFORD Chlefland I Baker for the rest of the half In the waning seconds of play Slices put Santa Fe on the ] : ta the end tone'Alvarespassed
the Pirates the
< jumped off to a two touchdownlead Baker was robbed of anotherTD each team exchanged despara- scoreboard again In the second they gave needed., opportunity I to Miller for the.' extra

In the first quarter here by a Hansen Interception of tion pass Interception before Pa- quarter when be and halfback I point.,

Friday night and then coasted a Richard Hodge pass at the atka settled down to move the Russell Taylor slashed through Small Galas Then, with less than a minute

to a 27.1 win over outclassed PKY five late In the second ball from its own 44 to the the Pirate defense five plays A series of small g .In I s by t to go, Santa -Fe' ran out the 1.
Branford. quarter. Starke 31 In the last minute oflay. to the three-yard line. Slkes not Beryl Rice moved the ban to .clock on quarterback sneaks. to j--

I Raiser Grabs Tumble, only scored In a dive up the the 20-yard line. On second aDd I reserve the victory :
j Four different backs crossed Hansen put PKY In business Perry ran for U yards on this middle, but kicked the point 15, Alvares took the baD aDd Although Femandina completed -

the goal line for the Indians as when be grabbed a Yarborough series and bit Perry with aa 11 after touchdown to give Santa scampered over right guard pasta I only eight out of U passe

they posted their fourth win of fumble and raced M yards fora yard aerial as the buzzer sound F. aMlest surprised Santa Fe secondary the difference was not slippery

the season against two defeats TD. A Dobeon PAT pan was ed. The final play gave the Started tale for the Pirate's first tally.. I Plraate hands but a fast-

The loss was the fourth In six dropped and the score was Braves a 10 I edge la the Fernandbui'a offensive! machine A faked kick, a' pass from rushing.Rebel line. End IArr1 ,

outings for Branford. knotted, M first down department. didn't let any steam- 16Bro1JSon Richard Nobles to Alvarez, and h Martin\ las credited with seviral k bkGL
1
J Fullback Ted Key got Olelt Baker started for the game's If one was to name an out. t tackles and once spilled a 7xK

'.land off oa the right foot with adding points early .to the tending defenslve'player In a Pirate runner for a 17 yard lots
'f 'a five yard scoring plunge ta fourth quarter., truly defensive baWeIt wouldbe Slkes ted the team defensively
the first period. The visitors Crews Intercepted a Dobson > hard to omit any of I the Runs I from hit tackle position.In. ., ,

pushed the lead to 14 0 late aerial at the Baker four and twenty two defensive players the running department,
I ta the quarter when halfback returned to the Wildcat It It that took the field. R was that Crawford averaged eight yards I ,

Lee Mills darted around end took Just four more plays and kind of game. Past MelroseBRONSON per carry and SIkes' five..

from two yards out. a personal foul penalty: against I Add: Statistics 9 I
Ij
PItY to put the Cats oa the Y'
Chlefland dominated play I coreboard. NewberryEarns j a 1A j

throughout the second quarter Crews scored the TD In a Halfback Bill blow when standout fullback Horace ,BowlingStandings
but saw Its margin cut to seven pectacular manner. Tie nossler broke loose for 11 ,epoints Moody received a shoulder I
points In the third period when He raced through !the right' here Wday' night and separation. Coach Jean wgv

"freshman halfback Andy Chan- guard hole on a dive play and paced Bronsm to a 51-33 victory Rutledge said Moody, who Is a
.ey Intercepted a pass. Two shook off several PET tacklers With MayoMAYO over Melrose! in a River! a I dConference fine passer ta addition to a running "

playa later Cheney broke loose In his Il yard sprint to paydlrt six-nun game..' star probably will be out TSAM/ tTANMIIM ;

,'for a ft yard romp to Branford The PAT kick was bleeked, -Mayo's ball club Schosaler started the scoring for the remainder of the ........ ...m..n'L

on the scorbosrd. making the score 1M )..... moved the ban ever the field with a 20-yard bunt ta the first ....... .1M, Nt
I The Wildcats added Owe Barepoints here 1'rIIII11111ht. amassed 311 period and added the I extra .. I
The Indians Cross u
turned lerty'all
a fumble, when they taeMed. atesen I yam by ground and air cone pointThe I City ....-- ," 1t
recovery into a scoring marchaarjy .. .11 II I
as be attempted ..... a pared to only. 141 yards for a herd f\111111D11II1tIId .Mo. :
::
the fourth
la period with II high ta ate end. rugged Newberry teem but bad beck Iv another' tarn s$5 ills
Wendell Corbta crushing the punt snap eon mae .oore : Runs Wildly :--.e w w'M I
101II. to settle for a 1.1 tie. minis later on, a Ifyard run =
last seven yards to cap a 45 May scored ta the first and quarterback Johnny Grtfta r., Nww. MI
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f. yard drive. HapryCeaetCovlngtoa kicked tin PAT. : By TrentonTRENTON :........ 4* Weewtn "
5aIM
I The final Chlefland touchdowncame was a happy. nan Schosaler dashed 31 yards for I
after the ban game., "A"'TIC' WMX Jr 4 taiMrM M AnIHl *--
on a 31 yard from another touchdown In the wild- T1. __
pass "We were really ready for "'"' ..... Meta II ..... Fullback Randy :Ia nPN_4' NIaa It .......IN.. Mu WIN M 4,
quarterback Dennis Zelemkk to them. I thought toe rMa 1A aY.N. scoring first cattle ran wild.here Friday SaN It ___ PCtmMi ..Iaw. a.
end Wesley Peak.. my play = *""** aswll Melrose also got ta the scoring -, ..II L MM Sr S.
and undefeated
wolk night paced '
was Inspired, Yarborou band t .rl4HI
'I Crews did aa ontstan... .=..... .. 'N w act ta it's Initial period *n Cross Qty to a 43 ttrasbtatof aevUMMtvav44MI A Comfort to Know
I w t
I Combs Blasts Job In the backfWd" Covmgtoa ...... ... l t 'a M yard pMS from etch Attend ,. Trenton 1.,,.. wPoi.
f visa isis ......... II :
salt ......... is to Robert KcOdre' and Corbta smashed for a five. .[ .>. .. Soi tnttBf .... uu w **U mifitt nW tfc I Yarborough gained 11. yardsIn :. 14 1-l Atwood ran the PAT. yard touchdown for Cress Cky's CM. ,,.. INNa eoBbtt .--..... lIMy sta .dilla U'thin.
Maw 4 e e t4loye .
Cannon 21-0 ION -
: 20 carries while Crews tofiyijytN It was SdMsV scoring again tint score and Ben sped 35 I.._. 17 IAN ..w h.y'se...... Ma bee...as4.......
for Branson fe the second i P55's II II 1M .Is... ...
racked up 121 In 21 tries.! ..iMr> MoMw (I ytl ""'I rwnm qoar- yards for another. later ta lie his n II halfway -
: In Cadet League action at the ....... ter. this Urn* ot) a 24 '. yard .. ION .,.. .with I1on.... bee I
Hansen The talented rollback I'
Lumber walloped was tops for the PItY ..,. PI, ) kkk MMA. game gA M r
Boys' Club, Combs .n run. He Ilea m the PAT.. .seawTe ,.,. ...,..1 Aa4Ml .tJlel
offense with 31 yards ta 11 atria also tossed a 17 yard TD pass
.
Cannon Insurance, 21 t, Griffin cracked omelet "
the
while middle Steve to halfback Robert Ousley tato ::- "t'- = 'sHoW At M'
guard Ct
I <
Mft Ii
abut out First National, CGIuma.1.itt. at- .. .I..... '
Sperry : L"g.
TwedeU and Hansen oat- quarter oa a one yard plungeby on an forth .... a ss f waim i own '
were ,.,.,... i
Florida National blankedWi' nmback of IN BLACK'GtPERFECTO
T4: yard an taterceptjoagive
tending for PRY: oa clef... halfback Jimmy Prtne. The Cross scored ,
aeveaprints
I Insurance, 74, and QU- kick for the PAT failed. liD Broofw 31 points ta the City vtipte VWMUMnt _
ta the first period, punsd w L. CALF
seat Bank advanced to second Praises HaaseaCovlngtoa On half.Malroee. I
.
tied infa .. .
Newberry things
1 : place by edging Moose Lodge, also bad plaudits up cranked np its offense 4 across II mart ta lilt sec puMiiiK oe Ckt 1f "I; -
the second quarter oa a ef ... .. $".
od asaaA
palled game eat M II '
for Hansen, "That Baa- ta the eew0d half with "AM f
: ,- Saying
J three yard ran by Harry Holder. and MoXH% Cogyt q Is ..
I reach with II ta the third .. .... '
Is
.' Outstanding play was tamed stopped sea a his fine rushing ball! player., !but We ANI'" the extra point. aRobsnan leading the asRobersoa then punt the tetaf ea the cake c.-...MNMsA r. ..r ...... II. It NC..a.

f IJn by Mark ..... Keith his returns kicking and game defense ... IIopped. dashed. for stuck I slob six ta the faarth.Trenton's ... P Nes ',

Chug, and DD SI mpeoa CltJ. still were effective enough to hays had two drives. halted dowa. rene ela.d It yards early score came ea ..:..... aws C ,u $ Iw.M .

: sens Bank: Larry Harris, BfdleParrsn keep P. K. Tongs ta the ban It the Newberry two yard toe to pest the iMtanfi back ta the .IQM ywt VB-MR 07 ffUBawett ... '"a srMr ear. "r Aa..elate..... 4 AY .. .. .
: and Larry Stanley game. Hem play cottage ball by a tough defense serf iliad I ascend : -!2i "
I Moese Ledge; BlDy AsoeH norI for someone." ,other dsep p.a.tratvo.a stopped. But Scboesajr. broke throtsih part*wt's rug capped arrive ewlce ssss ..w.CMe.IM ;

Ida; National; JIm Watt and Covtagton also noted that a by fumbles and penalties.Ootstandug .1 tor a ayerd 'I'D toarp II 1M s N yard drive by the .IVem. 5 w iNaas .

Charles Clfford, Sperm sire college scout took. a took at bbswa ea effense for third period pep Brasses I ..... .l. 55 t; C
J Brastagton and Scott M.... fullback Yarboraagh. Maya were hire and Willie TDsf ..1ctarJ.... psfOesa ..,.. -. is" "wCb n' .

: First National; Earl lI._uI "Someone from the Naval 'lot Land.: Ages Johnson was BMW cruised yards fore:: Otya seseea record to -$ M.. N.. .. I
t and Chuck Bragg Cannon to- Academy was tookif 1 the! big, lUllhe.IJ.. atom's ftaej TO, and J 1 m flee wtae, M toseee sad ene Ill w ., -
IUI'IIICI.r. .Todd .... at Jimmy last wed* Co- lioldr wee Oe olifa.tvs. Ford cracked soar yards hr an- rae Been IM WHUssa early .... w ... t

Fred Pace and Kevta Balsa goose revealed standout fop N9WMsTTy. and Bo oilier Metros tally I a the seeaea for tea ear/ Met ,......II..U.. s, :. u.-..-c-............ IIW. WHY.:An. ''nt-if11 !!

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Minutes before Central-hid 4

M. \ Assistant.... BdWer. driven to the CDS 10 .. yard

A group ef Purple Panders line where it lost the ball on

from Chattanooga Ten. Central downs. But the Hurricanes

High School CUM to town could pick up only three yards

Friday night and lived np to In three downs to bring up the

their name. fatal punting situation.

They pounded out three touchdowns Central put the game on Ice

pounded the door shut as the third quarter ended m a

on defense and then pounded 14 yard pass from Shelley 10Edc.

the trail horn with a ha nd- .. King's PAT again was

tome football victory. true for a 21 I bulge.
f
J Gainesville Bth't Hurricaneswere Gainesville finally got Its offense

vlctbni of Jelling In the final period

.r the pounding by ,on keeper plays and key passes
the score of SIr by Eckdahl and bullish running

aa their '.by halfback: AI Glum.T .

homecoming [ e Hurricanes drove to the

BIG PILE NEAR CENTRAL GOAL RESULTS IN GAINESVILLE TOUCHDOWN ;,lour wound note.Central up.on a. Central M yard line late In the CENTRAL QUARTERBACK LARRY SHELLEY SWEEPS AROUND END

Quarterback Jackie Eckdahl Raced Eight Yards In Dying Minutes of Gin livedup lame but were stopped on four Galneavllle'a Mike Gibson (I) and Brian Hipp (2) In on the Chase
downs and surrendered the ball
I to its billing

LINCOLN 'COMEBACK j ii prep the team No.. In 1. tor. Insufflcent Central yardage.But fumbled. on first Lake Butler Rips

: the state of Hisses down and the Hurricanes' Al J

Tennessee ai It pushed Iti season Simmons wu on hand to .
pounce on the ball at the M.
record to 1.1.1. The ton
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BRINGS 47.13 WIN dropped Gainesville to 11 Hlpp dashed for five yards on
first down and then two incomplete

144 Load passes brought, up a Red Devils 33-7
The visitors built a 144 lead fourth down and
- WOODBINE G*. Lincoln more touchdowns In the second works going In the third quarlet In the tint half with a relent. But the 229 five situation. ,

High CUM back from a 13-polnt quarter to leave the field at halftime when he intercepted a flat leg round attack, expanded It embed lor ii !pound Gluten

1 deficit here Friday night aDd with a commanding 37-13 pass and sipped 30 yards. for a to 21.1 late In third quarterand a first down at the Dig eight.yaws!and ell.' By LARRY WOODS But It was in the first half

combined a polished offensive bulge.Brocklngton. touchdown. then coasted home tile Jut dahl skirted SM sports Writer sTAT11TICe that WUIIston failed to keep
:attack: with hard -' nosed defense dashed. B yards Junes scored the final U mlnutei.! right end on the LAKE BUTLER-Pardon I h a '''"' WIlt......II 55550 tabs on Lake Butler and consequently. -

to trim strong Bunch High, for the third touchdown and touchdown of the night when he Central Coach E. B. (Red) next play for the touchdown. pun but If your are a "Doubt. I', ,...51150, 5 trilled at the 11.1 If-

47-11. I John Washington broke loose fora bolted one yard In the last quarter .Etter called Gainesville a "bl|, Gibson booted the PAT aa only Jig Thomas" check: with the' roanM rwMlla r! : I way mark, M 7.Didn't .
r. Lincoln's 65-yard for the fourth Markham the : IH: showed on the Scoreboard vines MM* mVirM I
The win.pushed record Jaunt : Eugene ran hard nosed team" and said WUIIston Red Devils. {HIM* = :: :
to i shiny .... It was.Bunch's and final score of the drat half. extra point to end the acorlng clock. Jimmy Thomas Lake Butler PMM* II IIPwnMN Wash Time
"I wouldn't want to them
first .defeat In. seven Brown ran the.PAT after Wash- Lincoln Coach Jessie Heard play quarterback JaR very few PuSh nMlar/.e M F 1i 1-111 The Tigers wasted little time

JuUnll: ',. ington's TD.Brockington. nan "The defense again. Dottic Davis doubts In the mlndi of WUIIstoa e..p.n.Kw..*. w: e.3 proving why they made the 10-
Etter
Shifty halfback Kenneth EDIs who runs the really stopped themerr was especially Impressrink fans here Friday night sa he dt saw M ....' mile trip to the WUIIston homegrounds. .
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slithered his way 77 yards for 100-yard dash In ..., got ta the those first two scores." He singled High With 571 'reeled the Tigers to an Impressive UM i in 5515Iec..wn. i eNWMIUM .

Bunch on the third play of the open field again In the third period out end James Sapp for I'1'" ........._ c....... 33 7 victory. .., ., Taking advantage of a Lake

game Jo give the .hosts a $4EJJJ4Jhen and went 41 yards Into the his spirited defensive play. ,- .......... Dottle Davis rolled 1m.. The 163 pound teuton completely LMl 5,05w Mi- V. TIMIM4 (NW Iy Butler Interception midway .to
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end Lawrence James Heard also that : sn.h ries to lead the l trim J. flwmll ClyiH' (MMtoM the first period Thomas
lard. son* ran pointed out :... Klser'a Office dominated U action t Themes II fill OrlMr" 14M. Tommy
threw a'pass for, the PAT to push Lincoln's lead linebacker Andrew Mikell received .545 sMs4 .r55155.....IIIt Ni N IHr5 a Equipment League at Pal I ml packed football minutes as he Clyttt. raili..*J..4 ThMiM I PATS U4, M y* nml, on a nine 5 yard pass that

another touchdown to give to Moll a bruised neck, but .- .= _. 'b 1- 1 Lanes Thursday. She had a ran and threw at will againstthe WHHMOT -. HM 14 y*. _). MIMMI was good for the Tigers' Initial
Bunch a134* advantage with I Robert Colson kept the fireMrm.JImHHt.A. rays proved it not to be serious. .wCM .. .. high game of MO. outclassed Red Devils.WUIIston ell 'Af.whll. score. ,

only thrtOjinlnutea gone In the, 'rink-.sN.1 M* _" tMMmUii 0rI M 11 11eo Roby Rutlodga rolled IM and managed to contain WUIIston roared back after

game, I .-.:..; ...*.. e 5 1 f_ TC.w Avle Leilich had IB. Dittos had the unbeaten Tigers In the second fullback Robert Head put the kickoff: but was stopped on 1
..w Cam Back Hornets SmashPierson / SIC P eel a irS aeries and a CM best half holding Thomas and the Red Devils on the score- the Like Butler 10. From here
touchdown board. J. Thomas marched. his
1 "BtirUhcoln cam storming game. crew to only one Tigers
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I eck44M II y4. mil Oik-' downfleld using Harold Grinor
later and scored _
..bsck.mtwtes "A' .... and Bob Lyons for crucial yard-
Ale 'CS.S.1.n.Ir. II' yt II""".
0It'e ph yard.tUIt'br : IM Irnmitt ktackM puMli After
RAT' PERRY WINS 13.7 age. working their way
,I Brown. Kenneth Galloway r a I 56-6 P T. a4M (14 p4. piM trim .
1fteI1.,1UoIt PAT.ed to the nine yard line Grlner
1 the"extra paint' slipped off tackle to make It ;
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km'111'11---.,jtver 1 to relinquWwd the-', HAWTHORNE: The GiOand the first period as Donald' with Hnrrieane .. : .fa.Iri)1. .. LarrY ClY: t kicked. till

I br tAe second period I brothers,. Donald :and'George'l paned M yards to George. Donald -I Jackie Eckdahl. a left .. Live Oak UpsetI

i when quarterback Norman AndersmfasaaCi i teamed up for n basketfufl of then added the extra point,passing Junior."Eckdahl .r1IrMc// Mood WlttUM( .

11-yard touch- touchdowns here Friday n 11 h t on a run.Donald. 1 : to a fine Red Devils ouarterback!- Day j

1 down p. u.to_ end Clarence as Hawthorne smashed Taylorof found the end tone Etter said. "He Mitchell moved WUIIston i to the
MI*; i ph:)JIrock1naton: Pterson M4 In a Rlverlsnd later In the first period on a like a bullet, but lit just had PERRY U" Oak, which I of M yards, compared to Perry's midfield stripe following. Ikektekoff.

ran the A'h. give Lincoln a Conference battle. .' six-yard run, and the PAT was troubles with .his receivers out sported a five-game winning l "" ... Ihrry11.i. I'10. End Ronnie Stevens

+ 1418-leadr-- The COlands got together for no good. there tonigh ." streak and was I regional foot ._....ill MMU5" Mi Ili In the coring column Lira I was rattled at the Lake Batter
1'ba..''TIrrIera-.tIcbd on twoCMtMMH the Hornets' first touchdown InFriSay George scored ball leader received a severe I y- ...... w'55" 11 a'wstM'Nw Oak managed only one trip to 41, however, after I .pas* ....
on a five-yard GLit. Bigger I h I.
run in the second quarter and The veteran Chattanooga shock: here Friday night I' they := : i r the end son early. In the first pletloa and Jimmy Tk.mtiscooped
: :::,. .... I- : when halfback Randall the ball up and lipped
I : Grid Wayne Allison tossed n pass to I coach: compared CHI favorably bowed to a high spirited Perry 7Mw .555 -1101, M NLMe.S quarter W yards for another Lab But
foxes Box broke loose on an end run
Andrew BlackweU for the extrapoint. ,
with Tennessee's top teams team 13-7. ---11 5eseeP and scampered 41 yard down fur I dowI.
II. and that the HurrI- For Perry It was a comeback sloe-Is
out
UCA& .Pa...rw'a.a.11Mdw e4 L PsMIP. pointed IcvtaiiwiimiJohnny* ... the sideline The PAT attemptby TInt minute. before bar J.
. L I 'canes were bigger than most of victory: after they feU vl l I. t l Ira Thomas found
Falls
ien Scares down
CoIII,1I n 111-1. T w" t.v..al. Pa. LM ... Rural was food Clyett aside >
MMCtony ii M P K.. "rAlI4< *IwldC1C'Lien 4tM ;- -" ..' 1 ,Andy Nil got In the scoringact I his competition, especially fa last week at lilt hands of underdog ,.,.,Gel_ KMn-. ll'nut.41 'n Amirm 1115 .lell.><* the WlHJaUo M and tabbed .
>M Wiese. ......1& _,_ _* l4ml ww In the second quarter when 1 the backfleld. Qulncy. Live Oak and Perrynow "At. wwMMlilraiil .... MM.P4H Perry bounced back In Ik. a 13 yarder that was
= 1 raw e..1.. Cki>ki4<. M. Oral. he grabbed a 34-yard aerial 1 Central tacked Its flnt points have M records. I second period to recover I Live for another. Tiger tsR y.. Cysts

.II.... .. :' =, .nnl.-K',wren Clly tte from Donald. The PAT was I on. the Scoreboard early m the Live Oak's dsullng passing Hurst but managed to I Oak fumble on 111 44-yard line added the extra point ea a pets

I.*IK A T--, -..n, .*. .. OulncyMMK good.Anim. no I second period when swift BID attack ground to a halt before complete. only. three far II I and In 11 plays marched to the. feet boot.Heed. .

CMWIM4 Nor" M..kn V. tnOiitl tOT H U* ......ll Cm tun* 4 CUV, Nmtimi* Z.u1.tu.U... anew. .I-__, JUT Oumn jKtaM M.tt Ma J4.she......4JH I9T4M finished the first half 1 the end zone. David King add- Malcolm Brady burled the ball Penalties also plagued Live I mashing over from Ih* .... fullback, saved the Red Devili
.Purl im-......u.-? 1 PM M. MWW 4 scoring with a seven-yard dash, sd the ettra from U times to his star receiver Oak aa It waa set back a total ,Anderson's PAT kick was good.In fnmccon>toe1eaaairwkalMpunched .
.........-- ''' M It. ON" STM and the PAT was no good.' I point placement
--.---.- 'r, 5MM5 Tux** JiMinwl and the Pounders took a :. ant a four-yard tone).,
-... .- ... 4 Tan A It'lL" Fultx found psydlrt once the closing minute of the.
-_. ....-'''-.,.'.'..-..- ,. .Maw was n.M PMC l...*PIMM Tftrl :. SAM in the third period when more ho 7.1 lead. North Marion Too half a Live Od drive was ;down late to the third PAr period.Mltdwa .
PM* n. AK44KIlinrnikilM The drive started at the Strong stopped abruptly aloes. Perry rasa for me i,
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M.AnM./s.P.mp.s.55.a1 P Mrt caught n 13-yard from
m pass
T..s..NPLaw 1ft -I' .- Prattora* >, Litolotg NM. ftn r Larry Reeves. The extra I Gainesville 9 yard lint whore I Mender J.:T. Dlxon 1 Interceptid Nat Arasjajk _

-/!S4Pal; IM a. He s isle...._II.It a.5.lss 551551. IMF" was no good. point I Central halfback Stare Thompson For Crystal River 25.6 I II a Brady aerial But Jimmy Thomas 'wa* sot
1--'" ra.Pdsin 5,05.5 II. Dawns.. e I recovered a fumble. ,
V. _. PD5N.7 PUM City Ml A..111.N/ Stanley Pollard opened the The third quarter was ...- through tormemtog !the Rd
N.crMA PM PMne' MCC.I5se .. It took only threw plays for
C5
7.1555 IIIuIIertr Ie Devils The ahlfty aantor. Hgnal.caller .
fourth period scoring withoneyard I CRYSTAL RIVERA less with Live Oak restricting
,.wtl.isLwwaP
.: ; .. P.s MrM:1Ii1.i'r ,._ .... e55 a. P.w.5 e t the Pounders to find psydlrt, IIone-I I '''1Ce put tile finishing toucbeitoabrtlllaiitBJglMaabaicfn.
.... Pip.. cc i 0551.1-: Ir.Mss hIM If. -.It smash and the PAT ,,srith quarterback: Larry Shelley crushing ground game N: ..... ('p51 .... Is throw game as both .teams .
was m good n ball swapping
.5 ... ...... the with near perfect blocking, sent P ....
MIMI WiLae.11 P M
Mm tan
PMlSss letting up score rune If' pared yard t through IN mid..
Pin ..-. No i. ewe ucPws1 t>. c_. ... N George Glttand got back: In : North Marion winging to Hs : .aYn sttslons for only short gram
= :
c JM PWMT V OmiMlnklm 4 if U and sewn yards = z. : die of the entire WUlliton de-
N.1 A wan:1 ,,0-.A.... r. P- CKp ...... the act In the final minutes TM Pouodora came beck for fifth will of the year her Friday ; *:= -= ., .= pint. tens late la tilt final ojuartarla

vs..w .:.:s..rw5.usw =Al... a..p 1 when ha fired a 71-yard pal toBbckwen. I mother score shortly before night over Crystal River '.If.i. It Drive Fags end the Lake Butler .erw.
: ; /4 e TIle extra paint.... 11.1.. .......... M I
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1551 a. ,_ 5e.w. 5 I katfUmo when end John Edge: Hcuss e Live Oak started. what looked A dejected Sammy Miller
.w.ert eaSM L..wNn aL PU/S is Minis Si'S..ai- Tae a.w Pmees Nli _r war ...... I recovered a blocked punt ta the Amassing 431 yards on the roles 40 "'I.s Ps t eCil5Inst like scoring drive. to the opening Wiaislon's. youthful f**tbalicoach l I'
WII.C."5' George aba tacked ea the .mdaone.End ground. with tilt DgMabuj. nub p555545p minutia tilt final slams, admitted. after the she.
..e .. b ...... .
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V. Osseo
=--=:. Carson :final score en a 77-yard scamper. : Ed Austin brake through 'e* of halfbacks Robert Stone 555C- oiling up three first down la rtded affair lit toe was ao bng.ir .
iss
=. ....==-.:. High The PAT was no good. I lilt line to block MftaClbeoa's I and Danny Sandttn, the Cells. '" eight pia" But Perry tight. a "Doubting Thomas.

ames $1.55 ... IcuseS.ni Coach. Bill C e Ilia splayed. I pout, and Edge scooped II an'or :scored at every ..... Doh'rgII.NTiaadUiste ......* M.nw'- elrM ePt ..0PA. ,sold. up and tilt drive ended.Mldwsy .
Iwa 1I..ew II p1. I.s/ ATra.a'
O si5. s f ..On621 Set awry man en his team as Hawthorne I'! the touchdown. King agate '
&.... .- .esud. the CaHa aWt need. ; ='d.r.c .. vn' PA M'JJ' to tilt period Live
Its record to 4-L J g Mint Y
N55.w en W/Ma.5 N (N.1wea..e 1 puabed tooted the PAT. : 'Oak found Itself In good seortnjOtltJOA 1 .4jr Vrt.eSHOUT
... 5Owl.n. j
asses '
FX"**! *ll Hl.
e5 M.MI5 M. Gull ill Warren Carson ofBodwlsrrolled 'Af .. .. : VMill Perry .bobbled. DM I
.... elwaw.a
ownss- _all .. a. Ap.weM. N n tt series M games ef belies a punt attempt deep la
C.M..1 52. Tiro eP the air am of ajnartsrbackTarry
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Its own territory. Live Oak recovered
No""" ewe M IHMIthe. Cearna I Boltogar thrashed T. M.k TlMtanMrfwgnSrsjr ,
cam,.., en a..s..1. eaaaws.w ,.. u they en the tt-yard DM. .
__ a. k. PNNIie Par etol League at Palm La the PIn_
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..'...... as ........ M.w7 Ptan. Jack Harris, United LI.<.... Getting good offensive. .block- Again Live Oak took to tie

M. Pn5.n55.. Paw. '\ enlwnw,, 1A 5.-=.:. bad a tilCanon's i 4 1 .14, ..... ........ lounge air but was unable to mov*. A .WlBfeMMMBJ.
scored from close to following desperation. pass on fourth
1'w' at.. aM1ti K PMw5ew5 '. .
c.... < 341 was best stogie .... beigThe dr/v. e. down wee ballad down by Perry
...... 3 55. ,...,... iad a05551.15M55. United bed guard Jape RtckatoM homed the rerM at
No"1 'game Liquor MMUSSM43U nratea, bold to It yards .
with the M4 beat nahtof by a rock ribbed dotsaee. -1 treat ..... .

..... toek to the air If threes Perry Own took ever. oa 'Us era a .lobe

Raider 1 Top sad completed seven far 131yatwi. own >ysrd On trim I:. ton
Bob Rafter made the I 1* '!j bat key tstoTBOptlonoby ,. play. and after ntoa. playssaved sanb TOM' ..

Qile ., 21-7 sptnVMnar ...*.... 4-T-M; ...... Robert Toons and. downfWd. will Jba c-f1N4 Heoring AlA >

Carry_Lovto, -4-74sd Joe T Dodd Hopped the Williams slashaig' mroogn. She 4l4rl44. .*

Midget LtagM action at the :to****, f'-11 rommy Uve Oak lint for 1] yards and boas 0. All Mat..
Boys' Cbv saw Raiders brat : Stone churned for IM yards.SandBn. Pena winning scare.There .

Oilers 31-7 and Braces defeat Bobby Crew of Jerry's lee IB ..... it and GAINIISVILLWNUIINdl
Buffalo Bins i3-& Scores hi lilt !tweed war high la the Industrial ..... aFeAoek was ens'minute .left tolay. AID CO.. .
Perry missed c lit point. /
Jlmior'j get saw Bears re- 1 League wits a fJf. B* hadQMSMKL Dale RewUnrboMed .U N. MIll 5114115
..-1IIeIr leaps toad wash a all<<.
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In the flntperiod
en yard
... Paeans ofCator
11-13 win over Cska.
far River's
:atdaemeg gaV!.was Tir Servte bad IN enE only. .... Tn Crystal FAT was asSterne pot ... THAN TNt COST a a GIll'
11 by Jerry saTAlnn Peal- : -.t&wlawf'Sjlfrt.nimaiilwtan. .
1tak erz;-__ Ask and BUICtaMrKXfen r .had SR Pafasnara OAT, -Y*. ems n.v* tf ajMSjawy je*>
: Greg Grin 39 best single. sowed fit lint North .....** wnlcn fnwsjMia sole elslvafn ,
was Marian tsntaisaa *n a a* .
_. CKvlM Lewis aneU. Steve 'A
-o-.If .aa1000 o-.arwmr-: : 'G W'1'h Service hit tSJMM3M yard atoaja, SandUa smasheden

jis. Rjy MIl and Gary Lane- 1 wits an SIM by Al yard far the second TD.fmWi C.,
want tw* yards for the 4M
Bug* Bdb;. .he label and 1 I date banrancn bast alagleleifcrt
Sailfieeak .. Celts '' mad tt. M epic and third an. aid BoUngcr. chasm .
: rVILLE BCD DBOfB LIAMT BARILT Nl is PAMI fOW PCZDAIL .
Des Beat,lobby Wbttney 4f':,Beward Yew -Popper Print- Chaining Caateafs Bfctti aalUai Applies ?be TI.wr. es1vDodoesa. ed fa* aearinf alit a three. "I I HOt M. MAIM IT. MINI ....... :

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._BUSINESS!, ::' : E(T""" ._ Societybets' ,


i'' :JfifREVIEW"! New'Members::


i Sixty.ste"new memn era'wereTinducted. 1
"', Into-the'Cainmin: :
\ .. '. J High ScboolNatkmal Honor Sol

clcty In ceremoniet held recent" ,
: Tax Bills Mailed Iu> 'i<
Being ; .
Membeisblplnp r k i i

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ship/charnuterIn4.service." 1

i Sen toy ,initiates into NH! 'II\, '' ,
j To County Residents were Guy Adams, Karen AngekffuHam. :, '

.:Boas Patsy:," Bragg; )

I i Karianna Forsman*, Ltjtf r

Dy NORM LaCOE ,ty-operations. Tax payers who wait until This meant, if a, property Funk-AL Giffin, Cam1 coet e t I
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I An Staff Writer ; i iI This does not Include any City March will get no discount'A owner does not receive his tax Jeannette Griffin, Jo Aim Hlu ,'
I .Tax bull will be malledto. of Gainesville taxes.' three per cent penalty\will lit bID within the first ten days of Jeannette. Barn, Karen.,1. $l J
; 12,000 ad valorem and personalproperty 'Tax blBs are payable at a assessed on unpaid tax bills November he should telephone Marsha Johnson,. Lettie Jon*% 11., I
: owners the end of this four per cent discount when beginning next April L or visit the tax collector's of Judy ;Judd, Linda ..Lasaiter .'n t 'i
\ week, and should be to I the they art 'received, McKinney To figure tax payment McKlnney flee in the county courthouse If Candace LohrMary.PttMfc; .i ,

hands of tax payers about NOf.I said.The I' said, a property owners he, wants to take advantage of lam Robert. Mlzelle',"StephenMyklng ,'
I 2, Shellle McKlnney Alachua tat bins will list the total should take the total tax due u the discount provision., Tickets: to th. Exchange Oub r Charltr'Ball'and 15 bill* WefcaaW haiwUa. Kimmi PofahL 'MeU* .; !r .1

County Tax ,Collector announced tax due. Property owners listed and deduct ft discount Otherwise Exchant.dub office uA pnbJk'officiate father to promota "' annual da Rehling Albert 'Rogersj'a iJ. ,
:mutt decide for themselves for the month paid.*Tax: payment b* can waft until dance.. Proceeds f to bur shoes, *"'*"& cloudiest aid for other charity and Karen.Rosenherger,',Doaovaa 'i\4\:
About 40,0(0 tax bills are being when to pay their bin and figure must be I receipted b 1 March and receive Us second public work. Th. ball ta Nova IS'at tho Moos dub. Donations art IS per eons Shaw, Richard Stephens.'ItadaTtrrant ::

mailed out.vUndlcounted their'own discounts, McKhneyaaht > McKlnney't office ,before they notice McKlnney; explained pie. Mayor, Howard McKinneyand G. M. ,Davis, ,chairman :' of ,the ,Alachom Mary Margaret+ Tow*
tin total are effective.No : A* ta year past each property County Commission (second aM third from left) said they feel t$. charity ban send. Judith 'Thompson Sntnt
amount of tact due adds upI Th four per cent discount is second notice for"t II owner will receive ta one Is an effort worth IV.,.". npport. Club members an Tom Hutaon,' Vlckery Howard Wallace Lisp

to tt,27Dm.., '1'hII.1I bated allowable .ta November, drops bills will be teat out ontn the envelope the tax bin on all his dent. T.,1., Hawn.,ticket chairman and Adra1Ja KIII,' dance dIatma; (S a da Wilson! and Ayfer Vukssi t
on a tax roll of $100JUM and to three per cent ta December, four month discount period. items of property IIcKImI.yarid. Plaet 111 BdcU. DaTIl)' (honorary member).'I, |- .4- R

I mfflage and 117.2 31J mills for two per cent ta January, and hat expired next February, the ,, New juntoemennberi of MRS
schools mills for eou it one per cent ta February. tax collector said.I
are Cathy Ayers Lynn Barger
This method of mailing tax :

bid is used to save .postage, : Amy Barknrr.Nancy.Baxter, ...
-EconomistsN and also because it is more ef- eapportionmentny'Court Judith Block Susan Bourgeob; ,
pt Hopefuls iclent. Linda Bryant Peter BushneU, \
; Joel Cottantlno, Linda f.vls,
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I I largest In the property case of owner the ,county'Owens Could Kill Local ,Bill: Evil, Janlr William DUgren Deas.AU, :David. Delaney JDusen-,

But Stocks Undiscouraeed Illinois Glass Co., this means bury," Peter "EnwaU, 'James
about 250 tax bills win be sent i:
out In' IIIftVllll, By ALLEN MORRIS If for example George John George,: Lucy
ana_ 1lL ;, Liberty county city commissioners are
I ', f J 4 4. -* -- -- n-r-- s put ta Goddard Martha Hadlsy,
t ,By THOMAS II:. MULLANOT: tales of SI of the nation's leading ,In company with an the good The tax collector remindedthat rected TALLAHASSEE Court-di I- with 3,000 people was to con the position of having to. deal Frances Haemmerlle, (Porter
N Titan FtassKlalEduer. chains has reapportionment of the tinue to have n House memberof on s day-onlay basis with laws '
went op 17 par cent earnings come a bountiful property owner pay their Florida 'could 'kill Home, Barbara King, Kathy
Legislature
j last month over till volume forth harvest of Increased dividends its own then Dade with 1,101 which may have been passed
9 Ifro f oink flfow* real estate taxes through escrow the eo-called local >fVII.Joeal .' 100 would have 307 McPeek Daniel Morgan, Margaret
NEW YORK T'stock' 1901 month. In fact, the for the nation' 17 million stockholder account held by mort It i* Representatives without,,legislators giving much Pettis, Janice Rig ways;

market demonstrated remei whole retail pfctur It quite *.' age companie for payment! blllt number., an obviously'. impossible thought to the mechanics. ,Scott Tyler. Judy Ward, Rebecca

able recuperative ability after bright Cash payments ta September Property owners then should be I laws IT local bodies wen' given :. Warden,', .and Karen
I UM attack of hypertension a Mounting factory payroll, observed totaled *.. billion Ip 13 per sent, by the mortgage com to putlc u 1 a Those who have been thinking greater power to cope with pro Wblteh, ., s '
week ago following a succession one stock analyst, "pro. cent from the 1001 month. panics! for payment Property counties about the matter believe a .biers through the passage of.
D
I of disturbing world events vide a cheerful evnlronment for Among last week't most notable' owners then should be sent, by citles-that BblD House of US is tile break point ordinances, the' home town officials

Id ability to overcome inch sever retailers at a record % break dividend were the 4' per cent' the mortgage companies, boto. isletors, for for effective lawm ln,. Tba would be able to .make IMMEDIATE

joist at ; the Khrushchev big" holiday season approach- stock payout ordered by Chrysler stall of tax payment receipts. ample, fix & was the size of the 1MJ House adjustments these should unforeseen ,'INCOME! ,
.dismissal till Bad China atora4a .. th* la cent extra and a Actually they say a more near- situation develop. ,
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explosion and the Labor vllory .The public teem to be parting per cent stock dividend voted by If a homeowner does not" get courthouse salaries officers. ly perfect House would have I At 1 the' same turn, 'legislators we see ere wee teeming,.. .far rid.ere itlhele who

ta Britain attested to the with an increasing share Texaco, a 15 ;. cant,, extra 111 a copy of till tax payment receipt that 00 .to 100 members., with a Senate freed of the burden of local II sessile >f ........ fltMoieirf
This It
market baste I" tax savlngt. Th new bindof Copperweld, a 10 ,- cent extra McKlnney said, the rtax a power acme of 33 to 40., laws could give far more attention '.... ....rtM.. W* we
II developed ta th last quarter collectors office can provide one eglslators relish, others would The' 41........
application of this I tome .
good health.It by bonny MobIL to statewide matters.Thla
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I remddced is lust a* soon relinquish. u, l ,. .
after till
wag, aided Week when personal savings were StM to be beard from are tax paid. How does the reapportlon local bin situation Is that a In not a theoretical con eke d sI.w..........
too by tuperUUva to TJ per cent from the General Motors whop board Escrow accounts, generally meat of the Legislature on the House ,member serving more clusion. When ter Constitutionwas .......' 14 .1's e s I.-
,tbJrtquar.tor ,."..! preceding quarter' I per cent. meets Nor. J, and the two big peaking, are funds con e e t tel U. S. Supreme Court's one-man than :on* colnntym13not be amended to give the Dade nd.Mdd al.e.d In him IuMlaa..Mdi if''..Te..11, eM the

earnings 111_..... Good business In retailing' as steel companies, United States .ach' year to pay* I the' nextear's oem-.vote formula for future representation able, as Rqnstntafv* Crews county commission the power to ..- e.l.ued, we ..... seer.j '
and dividend f" -- ? well at automobiles' steel and Bethelehem, which reporton taxes. If taxes go up as affect local billaT suggests. to"b* the arbiter of paw ordinances the Dade legislative ... ........MIIIf.... ....
reports. Hopes chemicals and a long list of Tuesday and ,Thursday of happened ta Alachua County tile affairs of courthouse and delegation began to by fleW .-.. .ea1M..i ,
both durable and durablegoods las Because of the concentrationof assail ......., sad Neese j
for, .ettile meat ion this week respectively this year for homesteads, escrow population it almost certainly city haD officials, to the extent itself at a force In the preparation which tlltw'MM e t 4mttt tine ttftt ..
of tilt General Motors strike atto Is being reflected financial I It now appears that raw steel payments normally are meant the discarding el he can now. ...yp. of general legislation HNMM t* {7500. e TMT. ,

provided a strong. bullish Influence. out ta volume.statement now coming production will rise to US ml. adjusted to make up till differ the basic premise of ,Florida It 1* already> ten alutont ta Previously, the time pf its members M seIy ; $1510.MODERNIZE else. lost.us.p.a.re.a s.s ulk.FMK ..

\ An early tabulation of the first Ion tons this year I million ence. 'apportionment, the rule that legislative i some of the? multiple-county was spent to a very con =. .
optimist
'r Wall Street's la Dow > erpreaentatlon begins Senate dlttrMrtor the Senator siderable extent In disposing of : f :, rp4
won't be long before the 100 companies to report showed ton above the IMt record anU I In Alachua County the mort'I .
with each county having at ta pass only those local bills literally hundreds of local billsb"andduring'each
industrial hits MO de- nine-month profit up an astonishing million ton* more than it gage company which holds the o.'t.ru .
I average 47 per cent turned out' last year.: l argeJtBumbfr of escrow payment least DM Hbusamcmberi' + I which first have been Introduced prior, :. ses- 01.a324.1174 ..
acrlbed by on brokerage bousea (Members of tas*F lor. I d a and passed by his Horse colleague aJou,; II. 1
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logical"1IIe next objective.Important" Th phtvcta.*, .Index NlW 'YORK'TI MAHKlf "AVITOK," OCT. 2i I ,.. ..al8a\W accounts js a*..nrsjd
closed th* week: ai m.. for a .J bout_.1,000 4 mortgages. Senate districts present no problem : I
net gain of-4." rllltl., tel NMT'tat ttaM Stockton, Whatley v and Davin In becoming accustomed to : Thl custom require the ]

x I !H The New' combined 21 ..11* 151.51, M9.! "1.04 Up .71 holds about 700 accounts. Other a changed way of ,legislativelife House member to take full public YOUR FUME
average of N stocks alto Miutriolt. W.7S$ 990.62 '197." Up2.47 mortgage companies which ban.die In the future.) responsibility for those local WORK
scored a modest advance at It I 50 Stock 525.65 519.99 524.45' Up 10 tax payments for home- Instead of each county havng bills. .

finished at IM4I for a 7.1' I owners include Guaranty: ''I, Federal at least one House member Thus, change in the makeup of WITH THE l
gain In Otober. ,
Saving and Loan and apportionment under the
To this point at least, the STOCK the Legislature well t 0 al d
Gainesville Mutual Building court order may result In a rep.
FLASHESNEW ultimate BEAUTIFUL
mean change ta the !
market hat. been reflecting the and Loans. reeentatlv I being responsible ,
... great ...perttt.UD ta store MARKET for six approach of local governmental
as many as or seven
for the American economy even Many other firms also handle counties.As ., .. bodies to their own 'probIsms. NEWIKMINtTDNIOXEYELECTRIGADDIN6MACNINE!
YORK (AP-Th stock goods orders was reported and
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Those
who wish to do
.. tax through escrow
alter a month expansionarycycle. payments _
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market Jut week IQUIIIIII out there was a string of good I observed by perceptive
so, may not b* able to the
account IIcJCJIIDeJ.uIcI. pass
again amid hop that the strike earnings and dividend reports i Representative John J, Crews, buck to I legislators. Home ,' *
Thus far Investor have
\ preferred against General Motora' wouldbe from corporations.By I Altogether 9,500 to 4,000 of Jr., of Baker county multiple- rule could become possible ta
the chorus of
to ignore halted during the weekend. Wednesday the market the tax bin will be paid by, county House district could beth a relatively,few years.' Neer efficiency .rem yI;
economists who that tillenlt 1
; wan I The market was strong ta !hwtint had a aerie of three sharp advance mortgage companies rather only way of keeping overall Nike with the Ratgun Model d-h'l'V:pt your test t
of business '
the upturn may membership within a Sometimes a case can be addition. .ueractlon multlllliatlon, dlVlllono end
two session, took losses. behind it (Including the than directly by homeowners.Tsx manageable credit ,
be In sight. The prevallln 011 the next two days, and end- previous Friday) and was entitled site If apportionment made for the other side of the balance Keyboard en, Power wws with=I and asset, Thanks to the D..tantr 'I
them is that a downturn could bill unpaid by next May aeclusive advanced n"r 1.
ed the week .with, a slight up.tick. to a rert. Stocks settled (tracks population.. 'coin. County commissioners andsuited operating fMtum.,.
set in after mid lOlL wW be advertised as delinquent I
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Gabriel chief back Irregularly while the ftnanclal added 'or beauty end ftfUtlllty.... Ii nothing that teethes the
Hauge, economic and toe cost of advertising IIIW
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adviser la the Eisenhower Th net result for tilt Dow community: ponder to the bllL I Medal 41cKey Adding Macllinll ,$000.00..er
Cabinet sounded that not one* Industrial average was a report of the spreading effect With The ASK TODAY FOR It FREt' ON'THE'JOD nil', t
when he said: moderate gala of in at rna of lit GM strike on tile giant Tax certificates will be told CaltM 1 I I1n1tOn
comps many suppliers u for th amount of taxes due 24411
"There's enough steam In the The Associated Preet average & -
well u on railroad and steam and these certificates become O'.n Au: i iSATURDAY Ai
boiler to carry us for two or of 00 stock roes it to SILL Dey ORGA"Serving :
ship lines. liens against th property, with ,
three quarters more, but not .t Wan Street teemed reassuredthat \ M 1
accelerating rat... I foreseesome the changeover ta Russian Th market underwent I priority over all other notes or Boys ,.$.... AS
adjustment late next yew leadership and th Chinee exkelon moderate decline on Thursday ortgages against the property. :' Central i
For
Your Florida
The know doesn't of bomb. bad Disappointment over Chrysler's certificates
economy, ;you aa atom Last year tax L S.DC I 1935"Cewplalw I
stay at any one place very brought no Immediate dirt consequence third quarter earnings and its wen sold for about too Shoppl.. '
Jong." *. dividend action were a prominent properties against which taxes Jesder Sheriff Ctak Members ta dancing crafts baton C""IIC' 010k. Lbwof

He was referring to a gain 01 The steel Industry reported featur of this drop. wen due totalling $ ,. to of tilt Junior Deputj ind roller skating from 7::00 Supplies 11
15 or 30 per cent in plant and demand still atroog. Waaklysteel CM ended the week with a $40,000 McKlnney said. Sheriffs Chub took part ta tin 1:00.I I 901-90} ,N.MAIN, ST..
equipment spending such as gala of 1% at 101*. The stock -- V .
bad occurred during the boom production roe aubctentlally. :market doted .....Friday to weekend Homecoming ta the Parade first this of pas i

of the mld-MM's. The present The steel stock rtapond- respect to the memory of Herbert Jack Baggett Paving 'Company for tilt many dining I
appearances group -
win be around tel to tap good tiding Hoover. Th week's vol- The
projected gain 13
Inc, of Gainesville;dealing tile coming year. Meeting] Winner
per cent or slightly more. Motors advanced vigorously uma I was SMM.310 shares com- ere held for boys 10 U eaclThursday I
Dr. Hauge also discounts the CIG Tuesday ta 1'tIpIIIIII' to :pared with .,..,. the prom ta construction, to author- at 7:31 Deputy Ed r I ;

effectiveness of a M billion or newt that President Jotana I ma week.Bond ed to liD 100 shares of COIDIIIOIt 'htacClellan I* Instructor for tile ,
K pillion cut In excise taxes had obtained a pledge Ire prices were a bit stronger stock at no par valua.I mesa :group.
next year as proposed by CM and the United Mats WeD I during the week. Prices of oratort are Jack B. DeRaIl,
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tome authorities, to provide new en union to end the shrike as U.S. treasury.bonds advanced Agnes JIIrIa Beek.'kth rGaiuawla. .oirw Chess Ctab to ta lShtwsimm:the :1 1'I

.1, stimulus for the economy If It quickly at poesibto. : At thesame :nor! than 'ta any week since .,. and GradI L. Beg. Chess grew Oh* wblek UMCJ newrjItnMd
I falters.Although. time a rlt*..'ta dvabtei. nid-September. gilt of JackeonvBa. "
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the prevailing view --:: .. lea Ittsrly at 2a. Bet t
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I,I that among> the economists economy will seems enjoy to j be u.s.[ Grand Jury Indicts6 ClIMe it developiaf.. hlstralntat.ItMfCsabLyman. many.fkMtbqrerstinna i 1 i(I I11MN1's Ic Is
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steady, but not ipectacular. i ,.....
wfl bo assisting with ..
growth to mid IMS without any n t
meases, that view la by no avery::! at tile Boys' Out) ta tkt
'mean anknoua. Georgians in PerC' near tutor LJ.md .-' iaskeen

Som*.eeeoomlsts and business an solider tar Manjrears o, .a Dt
Omen heller till economy might ATHENS, Ga.. (Ar) -I bull dene* ta tilt civil rights case ba woyM 4* everything poesJhle and .win! hart a seat
MM tab off on the wings of lI'al... Jury hat indicted all most of the weeks to aid loin assn. anal. of tafbrstatta II.past : i'sIutltiVglN

tUIIIt..." consumer spend white Athens men on charges FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover The Mree taken lard c ifedp ilsaf 0* kHirtstil. boys.Massed .",. ,;
tafc.:wag o price Inflation ore coaipWng to laMe and tothrd- Identified them a* Denver Willis by life m frtday wen knsjsAi sl enter. .- -' ..,... Best Grad,A Chicken cltontjd
l tmloIJlmalorJllCCUJftUlltion date t Negro clttausta Georgia., Phillips, 14, a garage mechanic before UJ. osmmdd.ier 0 ..... Naed II Nil.laaeuetl.f ,
'4 stemmtog from inflation fears The actkw ted a KB Kkx ilialeader George Hampton Turner, D, a; alrd W Hawkins. ng rl ......... ,dressed for you. The cktlxlest
4 .or strike worries.funtya I to phdtj. anpport to, loom fixer; and Herbert Be s t bed it =l1,5M sash ....... --. .. .. chicken in these ports.
Gueet.1
I find businessmen thus named ta the Indictments. 17,' who operates tile garage for Photos and Turaar. t7sast'ean .. ... .iadep ad Well Don't settle for lees-
round toe country quite confl- The FBI Identified them as where Phillips works bond was fixed at UJ dey at' .:a ,Degs skm.ldr than ,the best. -
J I dent es fet business outlook. mbenofthaKlan. charge if art astlrseg MMscHsa .. ...... adW ,
Abo indicted was James 1 ktii
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but mow tkaa a little worried ab.tpa is w
Thesis Included Cecil William I
Lackey, who Is ta Jail at
Oat ft. fart of tlfhilatiae, which Myers 20. lilt Jg... Demand Macoa trial the otattoa if tine rtsHeaatQMS 1W. ..... ..... eM -
awaiting by .... .... .. ...
la .dryJets I might Elm., .a, wile wire acquitted state ta ChI Pena slaying err Act GsaaI posl.i wheed.
t|ee J* a seriousMfessiatL II e0ispga6'a. kuklimkrSW
Sept 4 ta a state court at near
** # Hoover described .the six men af < ... e isYlsia AlbiMi
I the alght !. >Myers ant tts* rs+ .
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lOM .bet. reaW'fcf' business Walaslaying *t ttmPenn as active participants ta affairs naiad tree Mr'l' bees meat "iIIIIIIr .....
of dark County Ktavera No.2H OneuMttlhr.
jte mt .aeaenl. k seek ad slur ttl.ir .. I aulrar
IPSSMBBi M .t.in. II a WaahtaftoB. D.C
., tilt United
Klan of
free- .tom Chen SWam Chin.akM
> A I by at FBI ea lseVA|
Negro educator. !
; ;;&i FBI America toe.. Knights of th* Ka eralchorfts of tosaplracy k ....... .., ice
agents arrested three of Klux Dan.
Athens Is the
county at tics Beys'GMs tack.
th '
frearals- July U tkatgot staytaf of .
men Friday after the IIIcIIct.IIItIIII ML Pew Nsgkt Orta 7-U are

d;_ wore retnraed by a Jury Calvin f. Craig of Atlanta Phillips aad Tuner did not did to tota the Beys' On*

Mew .... bad ken l.er.. vl. Grand Dragon of the Caa amid ,pest bond and war Mtataot KUrl MsjM...... Cases tr* ?
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By*SAM Staff MoGARYEYaa WriterThealghedarofSUngeriandi Joins Will $ton, Bronson

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the Ska* tone Keystone. 'Construction'Keystone ;; : MEEKER Powers said the road dam
1 wind' car plan maahrdaymorning . >Matt Writer brought up to meet stand land to Interstate 79 creating and bids are expected to
and it was apparent Relght'n new $ 5OOO eli,'haU .la gob* vp rapidly, according to dry ards of any permanent four-Ian- !better route to the Tampa St be let Nov. IT for the four.Isnlng -
LAKE CITY Bids the
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Councilman Jack Raberatroh. aaU It Ja hoped It win be completed M .the on of US-ll from the Su
that MHMOM !had bad a nu. ,mg-eought-after r rebuilding ,fIl log project so that another lane Petersburg area.
I In with Stinky UM night before. first meeting of the new year can be held there He saW around ITS persona Alternate US17 between Bran could be laid along side It to I The businessmen on US-U wannee. River to Cross City.
Th air-conditioned garden witnessed the cornerstone laying ceremony Sunday Contractor the Job toTrieat Wlllliton tentative provide a first class route for have since organized to back Completion of that project
and
room offered safe retreat but Construction Co. (Sun photo) :let ion fW Dae. II,are State Road future traffic. t four toning that north-south artery will leave only two short stretches
i while there wading, tilt odor 1 Board member Ralph Powers The announcement appears to from Chlefland south Into of two-lane traffic between
I suddenly became overpowering, Mid yestardey.Powers squelch a rumor that created a Pasco County where It to complete Chlafumd and Tallahassee but
and Irkky tha Mayor of tha LhHeFolt > Levy Ass'n ,Hears : recent furor among merchants on into the metropolitanbay about 101 miles of two-lane between -
nuteriaUsed. 1 Report : aald aD rights of way along US-19 when It wan believed area. Chlefland nd fee TIm,..
"Go away," I said. crossly,' J bad not yet been obtained but that Alternate USA wasName The project from Chlefland to St. Petersburg area.
"you nan Ute Stinky." i 1 leas have been completed for
Ha puffed nil cheeks ant like On Bee i Inipo r t{ iiiltvf tion the project.

a chaa laon.."It WM aU hi ,6,. ,. ... It. g ... He said the road Is badly
Top
good cause" be said "we were ... ,a. ',....' ...' needed, not only by residents 01 CountyConservationist
taking a poD oo the electIon.1: BRONSON ,- .Ralph Ceylon on Its accomplishments over Johnny Munn, J. p. SandUn and County, but also for pea I
"1 wrote about Sr. told members of the Levy the peat two yean. .'.- ChsrheHardee.Tbe .. pile the southern part of the
week" I and while trying to County Cattleman's Association Election: of officers to lie association 'tu altnatlon'on norida late traveling north' to Talla-
brush him oft my knee with a saw the fa*, slate re-lands was discussed and a stale ....
swipe nimbly avoided. The. last week be expects the beef elected. V. E. Whttehunt II committee b working en the Land appraisal Is In till fine
ax an after thought I added, Import bin to become law in president; Harold Mills, first and t be SRB member
What did you think of the January of 19151 :vice president;'W.: C. Graham Reporting on the State Cattkaealinwet lid tarns! he anticipates no real I Altchua'County Commissioner -. Connor conservation education;,men's Association: who ncelv.ed .
column?": Aa guest. speaker at the annual -second vice president.'Fran ta Tallahassee to the project. : Edgar Johnson was named Vehnar Akers forestry; James the governor's' award for his
Jla frowned, then turned onaa meet of the Levy cattlemen Buttock Jr., h-eaanrtrrand. .Jim last week, Charles Heroes commended ppodtion outstanding conservationist ol Wershow, soil and water conservation contributions to the game and
\_ Impish grin.'""Column. he In Branson Thursday,' Cd-I gabs, secretary.Dlrectora Ralph Ceflon Sro the He said be feels certain the I the year In Alachua County a ; and B. W. Ames hot fresh. water fish program; and
repeated.,"Which: ooeT You Ion commended the association an J. W. Markham, work be did ea the beef Import ilbtol.walanel will be obtain- I In swards presentation yesterday manitarlanlsm, Lowell Perrlah, Santa Fe High
men Our Town by Jean Car bid 's' f r d I in tune tor the Dec. II bid 4 at Boulware Springs Park. School student aDd 4-K Club
vert""NoT.: ty LiIa6 are eaWas par itting In Tallahassee. Johnson native of Alachua All winners were presented member, who was named Junior
..". .'.I' said," dropping the 'to tklpate.Ma.dhcm..hes panel Powers said I arranged a with a certificate and A gold conservatkmJst ef the for
Turlington : Speak I County and a commissioner for medal b'IIIIIbr Eerie year
; : made. earner with the La"oant'J
old eyea modestly "I mea D : on the and cons of the the state'
.. proa pro t Ight years, was cited for his Frye, assistant director of the
** "*"* : Oommlsilon called Ivr
I r iuettntesting program eoodneted active planning! and promotion Florida Game and Fresh' Water Members of the Alachua
'Brio ltliom'i"Sui n Upe cough land for eventual fourl.olag
and '' by Levy County Agent t)f outdoor recreational and conwnatlon Fish Commission. County Conservation Award
,Downs" be asked Innocently. At Starke LBJ Rally of the route. programs In the county Committee this year wen' : WIl-
At a shake of my head, be The meet followed a dinner Present' plane caD for nbuilig : such as parks, boat ramps The awards program fa presented burn Farrell, county agent,
beamed and said "Oh you I for tha cattlemen and visiting the route to !J4 and the Orange Lake Water- statewide by the Florida chairman; C. R Madsen U.S.
. /_ must mean Ruth. Weimar's Hither STARKE Alacbua Count, Mn. LeI Green ameead officials. The menu barbecue t tot wbrNng It up to pri- I ihed Improvement project. Wildlife Federation and locallyby Flab and Wild Life Service;
,1 sad Yon. State Rep. Ralph Turllngtsi I that a Ladles Democratic Coffee beef, naturally. nary standards.generously Its affiliate, the Alachua Mn. Joe T. Hudson Gainesville
Too know I mean the on e win address a rally for Pew>. will be held at Democratic Johnson Is also chairman of County Sportsmen's Association Garden Club; Mn. George
caned"Joe= dent .Johnson at the courthouse i campaign headquarters ', may the Water Resources Committee It Is sponsored statewide by the Hurff. Alachua Audubon lochty
jf Halbentea's NNisaen's here Thursday night morning" U ...IIL" uatllsine rf the Slate Association of county ) Seen Roebuck Foundation.Last I ; M. M. Bryan!, Alachua

sports columns" be The rally Is the second of I noon. The' headquarters are located Commissioners and la asacu- month, 'two AtachuaCountlans County Farm Bureau; Mn.JOMpnUti .
said.:"You must be referring to the to the building .at the carnet live secretary' of the Florida received awards at ) MCefWwlal, MIMI dam
campaign sponsored by I
one of foe the Iw mentioned ftdford County Democra tic, of Court ana Jackson Waterways Association. the state level In the annual onstratlon agent; Van Murphy, ..
I as they are na only ones that Executive Committee ,ear1lecthII : Streets. : ? Other awards given yesterday, progr am. They'were Lee Par. farm forester; and toy Strick
are. worth reada*" month, a gatharmf; at I I Committee Chairmil Lftnnle went to;' William J. Coleman, beta ef Gainesville I president land V. I. Son Conservation i
I gave the Imp a glare and fish try and political rally wai I Futch said that several.coolrVbutions for youth guidance Mrs. MI seer of the Alachua Comity SportsUeXuuer. "'ke.* w 'n'uu
said loftily, "Just skip It Now have +
to the campaign

} ten took me, and about than. that gel fool out of poD here you, er addressed of Apiculture by State Doyle Commisslm Conner.( been will !be received welcome.and' that,othen, 'I 'Women's Club of Archer I

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because my ease. tells me you Turlington, who has been voted s
arena ...." by newspspen as among the 'I
"Aa I've told you already" top II legislators at the last Awaiting New BfBWMIXaONInaAreaEdHsr conducts ale'nitm..a&
be laid, '"It was to a good n" sessions, recently debated, also : the of Marks 40th! Anniversary \
'cause.. We've read everythingabout the campaign Issues to Gauss- Fire EngineJNTERLACHEN hey Levy the shi.w animals and donates :
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the election, and no one ills with Rep. Mallory Horne, Levy County,,USA, half the sale commissions to be I '
used u prise money. By MRS. C. W. AfUTOCK: admlnlatraUon m ItM. ihepraised
seems to know who is going to who supporting GoMwatar.
I win so we decided to take ap Fire Chief Dear Lucy:. I I recently. covered the District la eermpeadnt As guest speaker, Mn. J. HPalmer the small group of ...
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The Alachua
County npnsen- LIfoCunner)'SprackUn said Thank yon tor your nice note Swine how for Negro fliers ARCHER The Archer reviewed the biItar'01 I icatod women aha helped toorganise I
lsaid I Latin also received' lilt Allen delivery oa new tUOM fin the Florida Federation. and lilt> for then. long service
"A M that will prove ofketiraek. and UFA (New farmers e f Woman's Club celebrated .Usttth .
f \ !Morris award at the last two b expected ben to about dub wort.
engine the phaslsed Ita growth stoce her to women's
. Go away and let me read." lesstons member of the I haven't bean on Levy America) which wee bald herein anniversary as a federated
I as a month..
He stamped bit foot angrily ,"' a County ablela" be- CanasvUle. Fear counties club Wednesday Oct 21, with e
Most Effective Three Member He said the volunteer Ore eVlartment shave
I and said "W. decided that a eaaas I aa .... -Alacbua,Marlon, Sumter and Founder's Day Program.The .
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poll doesn't mean anything unless I .Delegation" the legislature. now has a itH tt Amtf. lob Masker, who .has been do- Columbia usually participateIn I meeting was opened with Dixie CountyCofC:
I Iran LaFrance engine bought
,. a big sample b taken, so tog what I consider! averysatIsfaetoiy this show. the singing of "America The
The Executive Committee has some time ago, and that fee vol, I
the'
I we chose the little, green rain Job of reporting' At the show last week, about! Beautiful," followed by the
added the three unteen raised enough for e
frogs, because there are bun : following mem- aawa out of your counts', willie 71/ youths were an hand with the Club Collect and
ben: Precinct I, Mrs. Doris down payment on a new ma had to devote most ofmy 'readingedge To Hear T. Adams
deeds of (hem around here. I bare their pigs. 'I'IIt'were from Mar- of Allegiance to theFlag
(Levy) Norman; Precinct I, chine. Tbe balance of the payments down the. .
honest time to holding
waa hard to find an Skinner, -
: loa and Alfhm coemUse only led by Mrs.li.fl.
l ;II poll taker, aa the Johnson Kn. Venue (J. D.) Odom; and he said, will be made by area. desk at the ... I was told that the_tit County 'club president, CROSS CITY Secretary of for three peers III lilt ...... **.
I PrecInct U, Zeds Hamilton. the
frogs wanted one taker and the city. Bob to I recent graduate of boys did not participate because Mrs. J. F.-'''' Chaplain I State Tom Adam la injected The outspoken Cabinet. menv
CoMwster one wanted another, the University of Florida' and to the county agent dew 1 reed the president's choeen to present his. views. on the J pro- bar has held the office of secretary
I. but finally they agreed to accept Melrose Probe a round Navy chief petty there wu sick. Why the Columbia scripture for her tarn of office I pond 13 amendments to tbe' of alnce .hat '....
Class Eye Bertier. the Meeting to 1 teethe tits to qutte well will County youths did not : followed by a prayer.Mn. Florida Constitution st !the Dixie tbiitoSejott instate MM, Adams
11J'l black snake aa the counter." our' area sera Apartment andgtt 'show up, I doa'Yknew. F, C Jones, a charier County Chamber of Commerce wiop ole H the Nov, el ....
I I said, "... poOl Couldn't Chances of IncorporationMELROI I the ....... that he ta 4-H I member red. (he club's bbtory banquet here Tuesday nightAdsma sal! slectloo.TM .
a? of the Negro
, 1 'yon find anything better,than a .......atdfig. out. efbto I.NfA none youths showed up, 'written by Mn. 0. F Cummlngi. win also talk OB IbeSuwsnnee chamber will etoct Ha UM
crooked black snake?" job to taiowand charter member lid River Valley flood officers at feb meeUag.
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He made. wtth hb foot apIa, I- A mjbUe .....1 Members of fee* coRuntttoean like fart people la eatass' they could hardly be blamedraaaHsrtog of the club. Oth- control project and the State Herbert Laagston aid ...
I' ......... Gen. PhlJp F. Kwnv the facOUiea they I past president
and men continued, "The trouMe tag oa the of tocorpcntagthbcoamsattirwfflbe' : Brig. charier members present to- cabinet" system at fee meeting ben would drop hattota at tie
b Glass' Eye cant count er Jr.. (chabvan). ....1.k a 1I. alee have veteran Bewe- 'have to which. to conduct (their I rr eluded Mn. Flossie. Curry( also scheduled tor T p,m. hi fee Dale doer as they enter to save lilt
higher than II but we got bald Tuesday Bight, starting at Dampier Mrs. Thtlraa Prestea. man lam ItcCarvey Hvh. er :swtooshew Past President l Mrs. E. L. County High" School Cafeteria, I aelIsa. duabg tee meett
.. to the Pariah ..... I Adm. A. L Dais Murray Stop, from doe I The show took place In one of '
\ around that by having all the .-..& eaverage Crantham Mn. R. 0. Camp' The event will be kind of .... Idiots win be eaunted and
, I I frogs line up, with Johnson voters During a sanflar meeting l rails and Dr. James $. Lackey. nrtMn BBd ef oar elgbUeinvI fee bog pane at !the Gainesville II beD Mn Alice Morton, Mn homecoming for Adams. He wee swats announced bier In the

I I to one column and Cold- held severs months age,a com In the meeting Tuesday. K will ,... and betwesn McGarvwrKesksf Livestock Maa t. Hogs neceaaarOy Ruby V. McNalr, and Mn. WU-! epulpwood broker. to Cnse City I....... --L
I water ones to another. Than, as mttee ... appealed. to brnstt-.1 be decided whether to go ahead and MUson (even VI .have to be confined aaa -
I I they bopped past GI-. Eye, ate.. feeslbmtyeflDCorpora.ttoa. with fee proposal and If s.', fee ., ...' .,..r) we ..... II eon while Judging/ b underway.
\ I he paired .them ell wtth fee The funmlttee wUI make date for a referendum. .may,beset Ova pttettygsed eMfIII.-1 they[ cant be hatter. M and
Idee that the longest Una would, I report hen Tuesday Bight 1 at that time. llaelhosslrel Plerlsa.sstlse.fee ,bows to at more if KM epee
I win.". 1fe Carewha 1a F.Cstrs4, ring sew the steers in the.

j I,prompted.. "And what was "".S53SSSBi aaaual Gatoetvule Stair Show
fee outcome. Who wonWell ?" bise The few spectators at the .
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never bow" he said. ... -i papers feat an' vybgcBMBtotten.ni swtea shew had M vbw fee pro- +
,"Theell went.on tar hours.topee garLevy .bat that I top feroagh fee speategaAgate .
hopper/ past Glees. M Foal three yean, III a tsesds ... N.
,Eye aad tt would be gotog en r has .bed mereJSa ,tt woo fereugb, fee gesvenettF
I yet:: bat Sttogertonda.. found ent ewasasorCa sspes ...oo.sd II. ef fee CesaasvUJe. Lies

that .the ones who got counted It Luocefr-itbeUsM stock Market .feat t fee youth.
went around. and got hack to 01. were able. to have n place M
,BM Jgab.'and be got mad and, } sfDavtt Levy Tube. which to .held feetr ... There
squirted !IBS was. crowd." Take fee recent' Levy COMBlyl were no ......... Iris feeahewaartfdpanla.
w ...... "That r rp and fee
sBMisfea' by at ta asUte helpteg. will fee shew espnased -

Cedar-. Key aMy.. Zf.dthreeweek--, apareeblbn far fee fadBUei -
provided' The Bvsabthmarket
HaDbweekBaD wesgefan.tejess .totiiatfeafair soM fee toe* tor fee

feat-one *lit peeer wee yeatte aed tintriiilsd part ef
Planned !stBntektjBUnreiefltfettear ticaN feaasabsbae toward the

attar fee rserd olChBBr arise money.Tbere'B .
CIDdar A gate Hallaween ''' crynatilVIag bean a btef toft ever
Bal b abased. tor rwslda.es .udIa die ..... tY.... kerL
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and ....... II. Cedar Key ...... ... .... -- yon_ .. -"
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hel ever fee Cedar Key fin .,.- -.- ,tis w .veseMftahawBfeatwedoheve.Than Maybe someday AJachaaCsanty Highway Patrolman B. f. Wig rim., TN..... steps a *VW:OMi
-. ears to tha awanal Creator wO have a ahawplece (er a lewtlM ......... c.*.. Wljftaaj said '*. with Wa .... ..g.nsesat .>
I iesfaaa .... Cads Koy Irk ........ .AM PTA d dlM tor en* of Ma asset hayortaetThafs am .....,.,.. .... te be MM end by the parses asnihii re.Mftn .
:tlrkat arse hrdtag ...... Calehntbai Char CeUess lYiddiigi ... dd JIll glow 1.bmtMe agrtealkm.. aarf MmmS y mail e. the rap Tenser hoMe ...We said the .,s..
,d eaacamdaet IIr r ewstV Way are Mr. asrf Mn l ft. G. Barfcar. et tetentfe syheveaCBatfeeaaavnwto B far saw. Lacy. Icant a. .U*.. revoked d/lrsr'a Ikinrea, ..*.. Ic_ and etSStTSl
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I[oils In physical education began thank Mr. Bryan for creatingand
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"A" last week.'' Because of the time helping to develop the club
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S involved In going to the bowling October 13 the band and chorus MIKE WATSON and CHERYL BEACH

\ CAROLYN. DILL and TURON GOITRTNirr alley and the tennis courts, they of our school started "Oper.Uon .

,i, Dine Bears won their giving and, Christmas holiday spend two hours In physical education Candy Sal." There are \f Plana are now under way for ner, to the SAT Test- given r In

';' With Homecoming rich\ 'ther juniors or seniors. The I ballgame with the ChI eland season. They have already been every other day and two 000 bags of trick or treat the Halloween Carnival scheduled the 'senior,jean
around the comer, things (t candidates to queen are Glen- Indiana 19 to 0 here at borne ordered. A'sothe Seniors cleared hours la their 5th period classon all
1 NHS. hire really been to a da Green, Judy Rimes and 'This was one of the four great approximately f 5| in their the .alternate days. We've candy to be sold..Tbe band and _for Oct 3. Booths by Juniors and seniors attended

I bustle. Float and skit committee Faye Crews. The candidates for games our team has played: magazine ales This" money heard a lot of groaning, from i chorus will- get a teas profit toe grades\ wU highlight the College Night in Newberry last

meetings a theme contest attendants are Barbara Nettles, this year. We have won three. will be used for this year's certain student on .those, alternate win be spent for sheet music,' 'VIII JI. Skits by the. high I Wednesday night Representatives -

preparing for Panther Prowl Marian Holder, Alyce Witt I and tied one. This shows that class to gi on the annual senior days. instrument, and ,trips., The school will be presented In the from many colleges technical -
t and the ,Homecoming dance Earleen Fowler Lois Hod g e the Bears are having 'ael&- class finale In the high school auditorium -
an '
trip. <* salesmen
two
have kept the students hopping.The and Barbara Snyder of football this lag season
nthgrade year The foUowkl,' students look. end of the tale will receive fSeach. J
Student Council sponsored Section one of the It" The "D" Club officer this Club is looking for 'IDem- services war present1
a contest to get a suitable has decided on their Louie the scholarship test for teach-: bers. The officers, of: the'cllll1 ., The Tiger played Dixie Co.
President; 'Over-
1 1 theme for Homecoming week money making project for year: ing and nursing Sharon Dianne hope to make the clu '. dark list Friday and will Journey to :Furniture for the new library
Oct. 28 30. The Newberry this year selling programs at street; vice president. Lester Green Wilson Hendrix Susan room available to the whole ;The officers of the Buchhob Inverness th'i Friday night for which js' .bout;two or '.th ree

Panthers play/ the WUIIston Red the home football games. Hall; secretary Beverly Hormone -. Chewnlng,, Shirley Cooper Bobby \ student body; At present they chapter of the' Future Homemakers their homecoming game. The months reNndJ; s arrived' 'last
Walsh.The '
I Devils on Oct. 30. The Newberry Midget football ; PTA treasurer and Drama Patty "clubs Dee.. Winston Russell and are developing black and white of iAmerica (president, Tiger.cheerleaders will leave Wednesday.. It adds very! ,much
The student who won will receive team lost Its first game Connie Pergrossl.One photographs, but they hope to Kay Nocks; vice president Betty for Inverness early and take '
1 two tickets to the roast 21 7, to the Edwards Build- met Tuesday with their spon enlarge their held to Include color Maltbe; secretary, Mary part la their homecoming pa to the already beautiful library.

beef Dinner and the dance ing and Supply team at the IOn 'Each planned their .year six week of work, fun phonographs and taking pic- Palmour, treasurer, Jessie Sanders rade.. The annual staff; too k'pictures
to be an Interesting one. and other activities has gone ',
historian BllllelOdwsll
The Gainesville Park. and
homecoming night winnlni City ,
theme entered by Andrea Ke.o The Junior Class .la sellingthe by. This win be marked by the ) attended.,the TMJL The Junior Class is telling of some of tU class officers

her was "Devlli lose souls while College night for the Juniors Dixie Bear Jacket. at this grand snow of report cards for Leadership Training Council in candy and it seems the whole last Wednesday. The staff Is
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Panthers make goals." and seniors of Trenton and tune this year til Some nay be disappointed, Egg Newberry Saturday m 0 r IIIq. I school: has suddenly got a working hard to prepare this
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The Student Council 1 L also :Newberrjr High Schools was The Senior Class b going to others elated Maybe for all ItRill Also all parent are Invited to sweet tooth." They are also years Tiger Memories which
sponsoring the rout beef ,dinner Wednesday night at Dewberry sell fruit cakes for the Thanks- be a booster;!II! JACKSONVILLE: (AP-) The attend the formal F.H.A. Inltla- pr.parlnllbeJr class play which we are sure will be the finest .,.
Northeast Florida Market
and, the dance for Home High School Many collages Egg Hon Monday from 7:30 130 will be >presented the tint part yet.
coming. The dinner will bs wen represented.. 1 Also present '0 prices to retailers: p.m. In the Buchhob auditori of December. SIDELIGHTS "Guess who lathe

served at Spin. in the school 'oral we branches representatives of the from armed sew I '. I Extra Urge 47-30 mostly 50; um., 'Tht Preliminary Scholastic new orator of Mrs. T ur-

cafeteria and ,win cost $150 :orcee. large 4547 mostly 4M7; medium The Math Club will 'me tWednesd.y Aptitude Test (PSAT) was given ner's PAD class One hint -

The dance after the game will r ( V J(', Shark 11 1-/ 37-41 mostly 3D; small 29- In room I, from to sophomores and Juniors ,She headed a Goldwater ,rally
cost |2 per couple and will be Thursday night the F. H. A. 33H, mostly 31-33. 130-130: Isst Tuesday. It Is the forerun- ,last Wednesday.. '
for couplet only. The dress for had a covered dish supper. The ?

this occasion win be serai-for parent were invited to attend. ... .
mal. The dance will last untO with their daughters. After, Chatter, !11BY (

1 sm. nipper, a meeting wai,beld to t
Panther Prowl will be held Install the new officer. They tS l'
Thursday,'Oct../at f:. pm. are Earleen Fowler* president; I OPEN SUNDAY

In the William N. Barry Gym-1 Robin Russell, presidentelect, I MONHOK 6AULTNXT and JOAN BOSS
naiiurn. At this time each class Jean' ledge, secretary; Martha I

will present their skits to be Hodge, treasurer; Cindy Green
NHS. be honored vice president of Recreation,
Judged. will
The Sharks ,had a. pep rally Cedar Key High School on Oct .1
Mr. Talbot Carolyn Hill vice president of
by having Tiny as. on the night of Oct II, acrossfrom 15. He talked to the Beta Clubmembers
master of ceremoniesThis of work: Joyce Parker
program
the Question Mark. about the projects 107p.M.
the vice president of degreesOlenda t2noon 1
year Homecoming :
There was a big bonfire with they will do for the year.
and her attendants ire Green vice president of
queen
a lot of cheering and a lot of The FHA girls received their
going! to be chosen by the football public relations; Alice Holt I
fun for everyone. TIlt pep rally pins Oct 2L The girls will go I
team. The queen will be arllamentarlan; ,Alyce Wilt, lasted for two boura. The cheerleaders to Parry on Nov., 7. for their! f
chosen out of the senior class Ice president of projects; am ,
o were la dargnThis District meeting.
and the attendants may be ei Susan Jones, historian. :
was the first time In four Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Day gavea i it
years that the Cedar Key Sharks smoked fish supper for the oojwTrOIOOOOMt j

III Yonge Chatter tad a homecoming queen The football boys Monday. The foot. ,
j contestants for queen were Jan ban boys Invited indent from d r i
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HomecomtnwItIa. iQ the team are:' 10th grade III rjo Johnson Ith 10th grade; Sylvia the 7th through ttth grades andteachers.
Campbell, ; Candy Clark
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excitement It .brings and the Scarborough;: llth grade Pam
Gloria
UIb and Campbell, I
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reunion of alumni with friends Bolls; Uta grade, Christine The Sharks are working real
,12th grade. Candy Clark was {
Is In store this coming week. Clymore. They win appear It hard ingot their Prince and
selected
It the which will be kicked homecoming queen 'by Princess and Queen and ,King I.
begun on Thursday evening game, : vote of the students. ,
with HI Tide, rated as one of off promptly at I p.m. Our for Halloween.
I This wu the first year that Prince and Princess candidates 10 PolishedCotton
the biggest student body productions righting Blue Waves have been ,
the Sharks have been able to '
6th
are from lit through ,
of the year. working mighty hard this season Slacks:
have the homecoming fine oa Claire and ,
and Smyth
they art
At that time fun is poked"atrecent and we all look forward to
r their new field. It la a great Mike Hodges eat; Debbie Douglas .
news Items and our,football seeing some fine play aa they V # .
oiling! to have the homecoming and Tim Delalno, 2nd; Beth 1' 1.91
opponents" through various tangle with Admiral Farragut
t game on their new field. Johnson and Hubert JUchborg,
skits The skits were created Academ,. It Is a gnat f...... to have 3rd; Edna Brown and Gary I j 1 I'I I
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by the core classes and clubs, The A and B bands, the majorettes I onlltld.. Bishop, 4th; Carol' Clark and :'..oa c-ea.e .t SZ.tt

and those which are to be presented and the training squad lour majorette performed George' Delaino bid and '" ,.- I' Continental or Ivy

weje hasen by a committee are now *** ** *.**.** 'during the halftime show, which: '....') 1 I 4, styles. Popular falls
and Nacho'judges. touches to' fantastic
of MsVint a show shades
was a three-ring show. Phyllis Queens and Kings areas follows L tN
which will at halftime Sizes 6 to 18
they present Ross Cha Rue Day and Dabble : Debbie Both and Frank
The giant bonfire,'a tradition : AU in all we expect to Booth did i trio. Carol Clark McCain 7th; Darlene Berryand "
at PK.Y, will follow HI Tide, have a weekend that win live Jolene Hathcox Nkkle \ Johnson Crls Beckham 8th; Phyllis I/

with the band and cheerleader In memory The climax will be Wanda Fines and M I r I. Rosa and Horny Baylor, 9th;
escorting everyone to. the field the Homecom'nf Dance In thegym lamm did I corps routine. Joan Laverne CastoU and Monroe

for the pep rally.A after the game. The dance Ion twirled a solo routine with Caultney, 10th; Viola Campbell "
pep assembly win also beheld sponsor wW be the tenth grade the Oamlnliletoa. and Henry Coulter, nth; and Ief''''','Jiawo4, I''
at school on Friday afternoon Now for some other notes ol Horry Baylor waa a winner loan ROM and Ronnie Brown '
featuring Coach Mike Interest Home Economic: II In the Levy County Talent for the 12th grade. 1 w SUIPEI
Gutlerrn as speaker A motorcade classes had the privilege of Contest at the Fair last Wednesday Sue Cembali la mistress of C' \ I

from school to Gtl sans hearing Mn. Funk of Home evening Horny did a monologue ceremonies. The Junior e i ass 3'" -
Field will begin Friday night's Beautiful speak to them on Color "Butch Bavarian and has charge of the Halloween A 'h'I Bec.

activities. A unique pro fame and Decoration which ties played two piano pieces. Hi efforts program on the stage' $1 .. ,... 'M I '.
show Is planned by the A and In with the current 1 theme won second prise la the The Sharki got bleachers! for aF
B bands. with the majorettes which the Home Ee. daises ,contest There were U particj. the new football field, which .... D/scomf 1M

new uniform.: This win start are studying under Mrs. Ingle gating acts In the contest they are real proud of. 2-pc slip-on
promptly at 7.JO p.m. and will Pledges were tapped for An- Mr. Harold A. Sch ubiger, School pictures were taken snap-front i
Include presentation of the chor and Keyetta service clubs Beta Club director came to last week.

Homecoming Court on Wednesday night They art I. .' Plastic sole

The following student compose Anchor Sally Adams, Mi feet, 1 to 4Men's
the Court: Robin Richards, Byrne, Betty Janes and Toni! :; I IndianSmoke'

Kathy Sites, ann Warrlngton. Kay Lewis. Keyettos Louise I :
Dan Dennison, Tom Hanson Bill Chris Clymore Pam Bad:
and Steve Tu'Ue. Two of these dy Pant Feaster. Marion Hunter .; : i Fine Fabrics !

will be King and Queen, but Sue Menko, Margaret Stry rtt1' I
their namei are kept IICI'It11Io ker Anne Taylor Ruth Trim- :
Oil HI Tide.Candidates. mer and Cheryl Wallace. Wee!- !1.": 4: i Signals II SPORT SHIRTS Plestlc Swing Top

for Prince and fer our beat wishes to each one \:1" ,
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Princess were chosen from the for a happy association with J i SVSMGJtEEN"' I
Junior dan and Included: Linda the clubs. Rumor baa It' that By II r ;::27 !
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Admiral will be \
Pant the Anchor
Lartlnger Feaster announced .
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Elisabeth Solley Mae Johnson at the Homecoming them out and let the' Seniors

V. G. Hodsdoa and Walt Spring dance. .wiud.High hai Just about clean them up for you. Sturdy unbreakable
field. Linda and Mae have been 1 And lest forget our B
we gotten back to normal. The girls! started basketball I Originally' Ie $..51 plastic yellow Tur. I
announced u winners and will football equal, we are happy to '
The clubs lava started getting practice Tuesday. So If you x quoita Sand'

take part In the festivities. I announce that they beat Mac- things reorganised. The see a group of girls running Special group of cotton, knit and sport shirts. .
Homecoming sponsors, always clenny last week by a score of "C" Club met this week and down the street don't stop for : Cleans tolay. f
selected: by the football 1 U.7. elected officers. They are: them or think they are running Checks stripes ,. solids and novelty print..

president Ted Key vfce-pmi- from something. They are Just Sizes smalt. medium
large.
trying to get ta shape.
dent James AsbeU, and eecre- ,
tan y treasurer Kay Cannon. Friday night our boys played
The "C" Club at tha vanity Branford. Last week they play. i
.t..Wes a .......'. club at C. H. 8. It ed Cross City. The outcome of .Tlairmonat Trick or Treat Candy
to n honor to be .n thai dub !the arose City game was agreat .t

1 .' but tt really Oakes work. The disappointment to the Indians 30 Jr. Man Ian .5720 -
Whisper .
"C", dub members an telling and 111II. There were :Healer
'"' quite a few of the latter sitting lox. Malti.s
.' : ChMtaad bdlaa", etkkon toga 57'
By SUB CASPER on rear car ...... The In the rain. the Dixie County < ,
price of these stfcken la H High School bleacher giving 20 Baby Ruth Bar: 34'
$11.66
canto and anyone dashing. te what. support they coold. The

purchase one nay da M from outcome of the Branford gamer
Two members of the W...- had an Interesting aid Informative ail member not known at this writing but Radiant heat &' forced air, Instant heat HALLOWEEN COSTUME I

wood faculty left ns this past assembly on north to the Senior dan ended theirnifaskw can be found to the "Big no waiting. with'Mask .97-
.week. They wen Mrs.'Waltes mouth retuacltaUoa.' W. ware sale test .... High Orange" section of this paper.
and Mrs. ..... Mrs. Waltes pleased to have aa oar gnoet salesman. wu Mary Jaae OrtfOn. Tamperproof grill. c.r... witlu trfck .r......beg.1 .

moved ta TaBalasaaa and Mrs. speaker Mr. Ray PatUa wfe k Second alghast was KarenRontroo Bronson 1
woolen moved .. A l lab m L the electrical and safety !
(racialist '
and. third went '
piece ,T. .... Sp.al.l
Mr. Robtoen. won .Mrs. Waltesreplacement of the University of Florida to Ana Geiger These grin were Offkiel N.P.L. Nw Radraeeet. S.ig.M -t\\ .
Mn Wooton's re- RestaurantTo John + Sn.1I Cellolose
awarded prises far their W. y ,
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Lin..ek.r ... .
plaeeaaal wilt ke ..... Wilson. Report cards were '.lined .......... Mary Jane, Am, CitHt
The Westwood dance this Wednesday. Many at the star and. Sue Ward. were awarded Re-Open Jacket Aprsns Sponges
weekend wai roatty a success. dente were happy with the r* "ssMtoaanayt" tor theer apedalaalea. '

TIlt Student Gamed sponsored suits of their IfIdtI. lid Wtttahmaane 'BRONSOtf The. city ofBronoon 13i7 Vi" a6a7 28wtkuon
It and everyone had a wonderful many were not! ofthatdeUdousBalloweeaean.dy -I win once again bases

l tlmel! The decoratfauj committee SEEN 'N HEARD Students left Man of,.who ha vent Ml. fledged nataanIILJtt .. Mdw/e u i "t 7 Qwri:e b.as ......... '
did an aiceOiat J. .. having debate on the com I a g gotten tone nay lUll do so epeabtg of the HoBday :=: tMweev s1e.s1e.s9s" I, ..W I.. Ii... IhaotI .::::- '

Student danced to the music, presidential election .Several simply by contorting a tea....1 Restaurant ks scheduled. It rIb. .
furnished by Bfl Marr. adore Westwood students seen ta the The seaton are sponsoring. a I order. sew aa.gemeet .. OTEK 9
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canopy" of green and white. UWvenlty of Florida Homeing car wash. Saturday Oct. M -: P.M.

crepe paper. A goal poet and Parade. .BJCAatu- starting at I .... oa tilt blacktop Mr. and Mrs. WUIlan Lock- Acres
football brought to mind wed denta straining their eyes toewat m front of me gyn. The hart, me new owners have' Fret forking ;,

wood's victorious season thai yeast cells. .' ..Studentsgatkertef pricei are |1 and llJi. Moat come to Branson after Baiuastf >
far. 1 at 'he library pa/tog. people have it lest I little the Marion Hotel to Ocala U. S. 441 NORTH et,23rel" SLVD. 'HONI J75-i2ta

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this week. Good game, boys! the Bishop chapter are: Theresa
r'BISHOP Driver Education Classes 1 Rafferty, Juana Land, Deb-
have now completed approximately bie Griner Jane Herndon, Mary
Tornado I : 30 hours of classroom Tunstall, Susan Hazen, Pam
) 'courses. Students who have obtained Grove, Bonnie Pcnnell, Claudia
sv Santa Fc
> I their licenses will begin Souders, and Janice Medler,
.. Talk BULLETINBy driving this week Good luck! I Ii News Bulletin:..Students a p-
'Rebel Ydr'By I The annual F. H. A. Leadership prehensive about upcoming re-
i Training Class will be held port cards. .biology students
s By PEGGY SHAXBARGER MARY TUNSTALLand .
Newberry this Saturday seen visiting neighboring woods
SUSAN HAZEN
, I I Home !:-C.- girls attending from_ I for biological experiments. .

i LINDA DIXON and GEORGE PHILLIPSThe II Kansas City recently had as tion and we feel we were well
,
its guests 11,000 Future Farmers represented. Bishop FFA will CHECK WITH TECHCOLOR
Wednesday afternoon found F. Linda Strickland, treasurer.
homecoming spirt arrived -proceeds were used for the uniform of America for their National have chapter officer elect 1 Ions
many seniors seated In the cafeteria The council members are: Kathy this week.
at Santa Fe this past week fund. From what I hearit Convention. Representing the TV HEADQUARTERS
with the representativefrom I Frees, Gilds Graham, Beverly
with the- election of the homecoming Bishop chapter.. Ronald P. E. classes are now having
was quite aa amusing ,
game SYLVANIA MOTOROLA MAGNAVOX.
the college of their choice. McRae, Cheryl McR ac, court donkey vs. baseball player I Halbrook. Our principal, N r. co > educational volley ball
The representatives came to Andy Mayton, and George Hendrix, and Bishop's F F A''and paddle tennis. A small I
present plans of the collegesand Smith. The Senior court consists of The Annual staff Is on the teacher Mr. Hargrave, aecotn-l croup of ninth graders are TECH TV
take part in question-an Sandra Alday, Martha Cato, Susie ball this year. They have promised pan led Ronnie on the bus with I ing tennis at City Park 11'
sessions with The eighth grade class officers a Christmas party for the thirty other to Coach Dave Bonner, a P.haV-j
ewer the students Croley, Karen Gomel as, one area boys 122 N.W. 16th Ave. Ph.... 372-04JI
This was all part of "College are Robby Smith, presI- class that buys the most a n the convention. Along with con intern
.Day" 1964 Florida State, Judson dent; Bill Brown, vice presi- Suzanne ,Longman, ,Imo gene nuals. Also every 100th annual vention activities, the delegates The Bishop Blue Devils OPEN FRI. 'TIL 9 PM-5 PAYMENT PLANS.
Florida, South Florida I dent; Sheila Taylor, secretary,I Williams, Danny Adams, Carl- sold gets a discount rate Santa' visited the Steel Mill, American I tied again with the -- - --- -
Mercer, St Johns River Junior, and Tom Chastain, treasur r.'ton Detach, Johnny Emerson, Fe students had better make Royal Livestock Show, and the Buccaneers, in an e II e I haV'1
Lake City Junior, Wesley an, The council. members are Jim Forrester Bill Shaw and the best of this. It just doesn Purina Research Farm. They I game last week. Our team, Sun Want Ads Get Results
Tennessee Wesleyan, and many Susan Autry Sandra Huggins, Grier Wells. happen every day! I thoroughly enjoyed the conven a scrimmage with P. K. _
other colleges and universitieswere Evelyn Sinclair, Cindy Sink, From this fine of seniors -
group
Billy McRae, and Donna Lou
represented.With
I Patray. the student body will select -
many social and busl. a queen and king to reign
ness affairs going on at this The seventh graders, new to over their homecoming fame
... time around the campus the the Idea of electing officer s,'November 6th.
have named Sue Hurst, I-,
class officers and council memo pros
The Juniors will also be
bers find themselves with ,dent; Nancy Struth, vicepresident rep-
busy schedules. Last week very I Cindy Strickland, secretary resented with follows a fine Sue court.An- "Food.I:.A
They are as
; and Donna Tilley, trea
mentioned the senior class officers
derson, Susan Eddy, G1 e n d a
and this week I .would surer. The council members
Markham, Jimmy Em e r i o n,'
like to take the opportunity to are: Johnny Brabham, Jim PlayONLYie BargainGame
Carl Johnson and James Petty.
Howell,
recognize the other class officers Crosby Rhymer Benjy
around Bradford. The jun- Moxley, Keith Patray, and Amid the homecoming spirit,
ior class elected as their officers Tommy Talley. Senators electedIn which will become greater as
for 11164 1. school year the seventh grade are Jim the weeks move on, are the regular -
the following students John I Shuford and Larry McLeod. school activities. Those of

Bradley, president; David Sis- Friday night found Brad you who follow our roving
trunk, vice president; Bar- ford's Fighting Tornados el Team will want to be RIb-I
bara Masters, secretary; Becky Palatka to roll up the fifth to see the next game Oct. 30 at 734 CASH PRIZES
Sellers, treasurer. The eleventh game of the season. Orange Park. The band will
grade council Is composed of boost the Rebel spirit at this PICK UP YOUR FREE "ONLY 19" CARD
l Karen Lee, Candy Woo dbum, David Sistrunk tell us that, away game, but why don't you THIS WEEK AT FOOD FAIR..TAKE IT
1Martha Bellinger, Doug Conner basketball season opens this come along and help too? so FIRST PRIZES. HOME AND RUN TAP WATER OVER IT...
a 1 Tilley. year with a game against Live Oct.'22 was College Day at IF THE FIGURE 19 DOESN'T WASH OFF
\' Oak. Official practice has! not *
i started yet but the boys are Santa Fe. All Juniors and Seniors FOOD 1,400CASH I YOU WIN $1,400 I
The sophomore class elected practicing on their own. were given the opportunityto
Bobby White their president for hear from and talk to a IF THREE OF YOUR CARDS, AFTER WASH-
the 11164 19(5 school Students around BHS. are 684 SECOND PRIZES
i year. representative of their selected
INC HAVE NUMBERS THAT ADD UP TO If
,
Other officers for the
are: Randy Joy really busy preparing
t. ner, vice president; Carol festivities of homecoming. The college. YOU WIN $1171 I THERE ARE OVER 700
Rowell, secretary; and Linda senior Class Is sponsoring a The Junior Band selected officers 117 CASHGET WINNERS IN ALL..WHY NOT YOU ?
Lee, treasurer. The tenth grade chicken dinner at the B.H.S. this past week. They are, FAIR
council is composed of J a yoe cafeteria befort the homecoming as follows: President Phyllis
[ Hardy, Gary McRae, Roes ie game on NOT. 1 Studentsare Davis; vice president David YOUR FREE "ONLY 19"
v. Tomlinson, Wayne Blankenship, making plans for the floats iaggett; secretary treasurer, CARD TODAY.
*' Danny. Cowen, and Frank Har- they will enter In the homecoming Sue Gibson; and reporter, Martha -
;' dy. parade and for the skitsIn Williams.
,
FARMER GRAY THICK SLICEDBacon
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Freshmen class officers are: A most unusual entertainmentwas
Mike Jackson, president; Bobby Everyone Is eager to see who provided by the Rebel
I- Dodd, vice president; Brenda'will reign as HomecomingQueen I Band, Oct. 24. They sponsored
Diane Brown, secretary; and, for 1964 65. a Donkey Baseball game. The
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_,,,41 Gainesville Sun Sunday. October 25. 1964


61st EPISCOPAL CONVENTION Brotherhood t\\

Holds BreakfastThe

From Strain. Men's Brotherhood of
Frustrating
North Central Baptist Church

will have their regular ninthly "

breakfast a 7:30 this morningat i

the Howard Johnson Rest u. '
,A Sure Thrust ForwardI 1. ant '

The Calvary Baptist Brother

I By GEORGE W. CORNELLAP In some cases, concentrated estant Episcopal", to the common hood win also attend, and Rev. '1
Religion Writer negative votes by laymen defeated usage, "Episcopal": Deputies W, T. Crosby of Calvary Baptist I
ST. LOUIS (AP) For the steps supported both by disapproved, however, and will deliver the Inspiration-
Episcopal Church, it was a Um the House of Bishops and a worked out a compromise solution al message.
I of directional strain. Clergymenwere majority of clergy in the House kept the old name.sn 1
sometimes pulling one 1 of Deputies, the equally mixed added the other one as an alter
way, and laymen the other. Yet lay-aod-clerlcal: branch of the native.
z out of It all emerged new and congress. In a move with far-reaching Power of Prayar

challenging lines of march. Charlts P. Taft, a prominent implications for the Christian
That was the afterimage Cincinnati layman, commentedat unity movement, the bishops
"Dear i r
Editor
of the denominations list advocated opening the Episcopal
today
one point: "This church is "I refer to the
general convention, Its once-In- composed of one per cent clergy Communion service to Baptized Officers Get writer who Mid'
TogetherDiscussing
members of other denoml!
three-years governing astern- that when hetun.d
and 99 per cent theologically I
bly. !nations. The deputies shelved to religion
I Illiterate laymen. the World Day' of Prayer program at the United Church hi found
It lasted 13 days, a complex, the matter for study.
agenda-crammed down-to-late- Whatever their qualifications, On another aspect of inter- Women's Area 7 meeting here last week are state and local officers of fine hove hopplntu.been e I
night round of committee meetIngs they overrode their clergy in denominational relationships, organization. From left to right are Mrs. David A, Nelson of Keystone Heights church memberoil
deliberations defeating a move to allow women there was a lay-led move for State Secretary: ; Mrs. Chris Math....' of. Gainesville, State President; Mrs. my life, butI I
legislative
and dinner deputies to the convention withdrawal from the Nations Emanuel Gitlin, president of the Gainesville :'UCW chapter, and Mrs. Matte have known.
thing speeches.One stood outthe and in rejecting a statement Council of Churches, a cooperative B. Lowe of Dunnellon, Stats Chairman of the World Day of Prayer program. It the oncw.rr'little happiness.What Unfortunately I.

church of 3ft million Episcopalians supporting non-violent civil body of most major Protestant It li possible. to think
disobedience under extraordinary oneself religious, but to be n
I was moving widening! Its SUM! Orthodox churches only on the wrfact. A newcomer '
horizons and sharpening its circumstances. But this was' overwhelming! United. Church Women Hold to religion often gives It hit 'i
bearings, even If slowly. Some Nevertheless, the bishops defeated. deepest thought and action;; \
That ii the of hit
Issued such a pronouncementanyhow In. the most specific source happlneu
thought the too slow. pronouncement
pace ,
Tie Rt. Rev. Jobs E. Hines hit deep conviction the
"Disappointing and frustraiing declaring the "church of its kind by any actual "living" hi. religion. At '
ef Recites, Tex, Is the new
presiding bishop ef the 1.1 ." the president of the Houseof and its members, faithful to major church to Christian history Annual Area Meeting Here I II one clergyman told To live I' i
million Protestant Episcopal Deputies, Clifford Morehouse scripture, reserve the right to the Episcopal bishops declared It .Is to love It." You can live y
It only by applying It to every \
'obey God rather than men"- ifmen's that Jews, neither now
Church el be t J.The de m.lnaUe of New York City said summingup I big and little thing you do
,'. Mil snnnil convention results. laws conflict: with Divine nor In the past, bear any special The annual meeting; of the Mrs. ,Walter Herbert and Mrs. Thelma Ivy; The Church Women Such achievement can com
ended Friday St. Louts, Out of "the great haystack Law. blame for Christ's Crucifixion, tolled Church Women, Area 7, Latour The devotional on the and the Florida Church Women with the help' ef frequent sincere -
where Hlsei wan elected. this convention has produced," The bishops also voted to''but that aU mankind shares was held Thursday at Holy theme, "Laity In Mission," was magazines, Mrs. Elsora Gill prayer.should be So broad discussed a qua.tlon pri.vately I
he said, the Job now "wlH be to I change the church name "Prot- :responsibility. Trinity Episcopal Church, IK and frankly wild your
I NE First St. given by Mrs. Thaxton Springfield Registrars were Mrs. Koto own clergyman. Writ your ,I
separate the wheat from the moor, Mrs. C. Derrick Mrs.
,
N. CentralTo Mrs. Maruuii H. Latour, Area of Gainesville, questions quotations, or com-
chaff. Robert Walker and Mrs. Goerge menu to Editor P. O. Box I 13,
As he and many others saw it. 7 charlman, presided. UCW The annual report :was presented Alderman., Norwalk, Conn. (Copyright
the "wheat" was the commitment Sahresv1Ile 11m representatives from Leesburg, by Mrs. F.W. Kokomoor Efco>)> This public service sponsored
Ordain of the church to shed Its klawaha, Welndale, Ocala, the area's secretarytreasurer.It The flower arrangements by: I
self-preoccupations: and dedicate Dunnellon, Fruitland Park Keystone was announced that the 19(5 were made by Mrs. J. B. White

New Deacons itself in manpower and RELIGIONMatthews Heights, Lowell and annual meeting for Area 7 wouldbe JONES-JOHNSON I I
money to "mutual responslbl' alnesvllle attended. held at the First PresbyterIan First Church ef God FUNERAL HOME '
Uty and Interdependence" with Mrs. Chris Matheson of Church of Welndale. 'IA.d.te.,1.4. Afni.hlW.rehip ,
New deacons of North Central other Anglican churches and si alnesvllle,UCW president,, presented The mitt leek M....' FR 6-5361
Baptist Church, 404 NW 14th Christian bodies. the highlight of the program Included: "Our Ti4S P.M.WN.W.ITrtiPlee. I
Ave., will be ordained at this Tenth National Assembly held Consecrated Hands" Mrs. Ed- 311 S. MAIN ST. t
Speak j
to
evening's service; The purpose, as stated by the I win Hadlock; World Community /B.rhd a...1 n. 172-7111 :
worship ac House of Bishops in a guiding recently In Kansas City Mo. I
Day, Mrs. Thomas Mitchell
cording to Rev. N. B. Lang- pastoral letter Issued Friday as I ,. I A coffee honoring Mrs. Math- WCD project, Mrs. W. D. Stevens ; '
ford, pastor. the convention ended, Is to "live The Honorable D. R. (Billy) Ion Activities at the Universityof 110ft,' Mra. David Nelson of ; World Day of Prayer, Mrs.- :
The men to be ordained are ''for others", to abandon "014 Matthews will speak today atthe Florida, fcngrsssmin Matthews Keystone, Heights UCW state Lowe; May Fellowship Day, 1 A Baptist Praachtft Reaction To
Miles Varner,, Zane Palmer, I and false Isolations", to "be 7:30: p.m. service at the was supply pastor for the' secretary and Mrs Made Mrs.'John Christensen, fellowship "NONE DARE CALL IT TREASON"
I Charles Garrett and F. J. truer members of the church Presbyterian Church In Archer. Presbyterian Church here. Lowe of Dunnellon State World fund, Mrs. Nelson; lit 'I,
I Cltesman.i universal." Prior to his career as U. S. Everyone Is Invited to attend Day of Prayer chairman, was erature, Mrs. P. P. Skofleld; TONIGHT 7:00: O'CLOCK' t tI
i Officers of the deacons for ,The avowed thrust was out Congressman and while serving the worship and the social hour I held before the meeting. Mrs. migrants Florida, Mrs. J. M. UNIVERSITY BAPTIST CHURCH
1965 have been elected and In- wardtoward brother believers ss Director of Student Un- which will follow. I Robert C. West was chairman McClamroch; UCW, projects, I, : '

clude Harold Denmark, chair- toward Jewish spiritual of the coffee. Mrs. W. W. Loney, Mrs. Damon 1628 N.W. 6th Street S
man; Gene Branch, vice chalr- kinsmen, toward me Negro hi Members and guests were I Dell and Mrs. Emmanuel
man and Dick King, secretary. his struggle for equal 1 rights, Oak Park BaptistTo welcomed-: by Mrs. Earle Page I Gitlin; United Nations, Mrs. C. F. GEORGE, Pastor
In addition to these, the rest toward the poor, toward the '
of the active board for the coming world and Its present problems '
year Includes Ford You Yet the adjusting process hit !' IT'S ALMOST :
mans, Edward Bean,Hugh Matthews resistances. Break Ground
r rI :1
Joe Mlxson, H. M. Level Especially apparent were the
!, H. R. Fowler, Earl Petty, tensions between the ordained ,
E. C. Robinson H. 1.. McCall, clerical leadership ofIe/ Today the Oak Park Baptist a basket lunch. All friends are
H. M. Helmlntoller, Cecil Shannon -church and Its lay representatives. I Church 4110 SW Archer Road, welcome for each service and I HAllOWEEN 'I
Lesteri\ Robinson, Sloan Reputedly, the two took will break ground for a new for the lunch. .t
Palmer, Jack Gamble, Byron contrary positions with the unit of,their building. Rev. Joe W. Hough is pastor
Salter, C. C. Below, Fritz Hartman clergy often favoring changes This unit will at Oak Parka .
Jack Wilson, ,and Elton and fresh approaches opposedby In which to double provide attendance space TNg (rA1111T> Smith. most of the laymen.I. for BIble SHOP MURPHY'S'S NOW r
n housing two departments W. Side Baptist ,FOR EVERY NEED y
study and a large chapelfor : ,
Heilbronn !!; worship. This will allow Hosts HospitalAdministrator' (/
Baptist to Open the church to provide for six
I. classes of adults and a complete -

Bible Conference WeekSTARKE live space Junior for department a young and people's will l !.;

and nurseriesla B. H. Clarkson, administratorof
department tired (
-, Rev. Charles a second annual Bible Conference the old building. AlachiM General Hospital d!
Harvey, pastor of the Hellbronn will be held at the church will speak today at both the USJB. .'
Baptist Church announces that today through Saturday.' The schedule of services for and 7:30 p.m. services at :i
the day are as follows: Sunday i iIti
WestsWe Baptist Church, 4039
Harvey said the speakers will
school 1:45: a.m., morning wor-
Trinity Nazarene be Dr. Clyde Upscomb, pastor ship, Ham., lunch and fellowship Newberry Road.
Holds of the Hendrlcki Avenue Baptist at 1230: pm, GroundBreaking He Is a graduate of Southwestern
Rally Day Church of Jacksonville, and Ceremony at 1:45 Baptist Theological
Today at 1:44: am. will be Ral- Rev. Barney Andrews, pastor of p.m., training union, 1:30: pm Seminary and la no stranger at let
ly Day at Trinity Nazarene, with the Southslde Baptist Church of and evening worship at 730.: W'1ItIldI. since be supplied the J
the goal of breaking old Sunday Perry. Dr.; W. Stracener, editor of pulpit many time when the X l'6
School attendance record. He said services will be held the Florida\ Baptist Witness, church was without a pastor. TRH I
After the morning service: each night starting! & 7:11: p.m. will speak at till 11 am. service The pastor, A. Darrel Murray 1lEAT IncIMdu.Ir Wrapped t
there will be dinner on the and that the song leader wU l be and at the ground breaking win be leading a week's
ground. All are Invited by the Russell ReddingThe service. All members of the revival at the First Baptist "labyBiirPtfr* 'J
pastor, Rev. C. E. Langford, church Is located on SR- church are urged to be presentfor Church of Bronsoa. Crocker Jack'3.25c
to attend. IS. west of Starke. each service) and to bring I
F. Park ;r2t
Baptist
AT 1ST ALLIANCE OLD FAVORITES AND NEW .

I Alters ServiceThe COSTUMES FOR ALL AGES LarM ful she peps kbfljil I I I

Church .....:.... ef ;., tile cgigr*. Bur* tnHHavers.
School
Forest Park The M baeee ., I
Competes Baptist ..... and .. Aisc Gh..fisdb new wrap Ussy! .. far pe*.
Frtsdly *.. I
:church 1O4 NW Fifth Ave.,win de .. mede ef fame-retarded fats. .'I lad each lint CM. Mel or freeS
not conduct: regular prayer freohl Tey .tr.*. b> ..17 asebfee ers to streamer.
A Sunday school contest, "I sionary College. ship at l:. pm, while Mrs..1 meeting service on Wednesday rice withlMlb for sties 4 *. 14. .MCt kMeJW ) !MY wish 1bis1 f
Vote for flay teti1 sizes 2 .. 4 .f cudefy soft sot.
Sunday School, got The general public Is welcometo Joan Rhoden will conduct the Instead the church win support
) flannel.t.Cpppl "
tl.nn-r.f.rded
(
under way last Sunday at the see the film. Junior Church at Ham. and the Layman's Revival the fee _, I Ii'
Ir
First Alliance Church, 1400 NE The pastor, Rev. Frank D. speak to the Adult fellowship/ first Baptist Church In Waldo. AI f Flense esteemed rayon faffale; Tit.f r
15th St. The school was dividedIn Smith, will preach today at the at. 1:30: ".. I Dr. Gordon M. Prlne Sunday 1ss,law 1.M 5iaae"o 14. I
two parts, each competingwith 11 a.m. service on "Two Men." 0* Wednesday evening Tp :. school: superintendent of Forest
the other. Ronnie Meek will be the leader .m. Pastor Smith win bring the! Park Baptist, will be speaker ,
The school also In competition at the Alliance Youth Fellow Bible Study and Mrs.Donna Dell'Wednesday at the Layman's Revival. 1t 1w I II
with all other Alliance of Child Evangelism wW conduct All other regular services
schools ef Its size in the Southeastern Purdue Chemist. a Teacher Training Class at the church will be conducted

District of the Christian To at I* pun. as usual I
and Missionary Alliance Speak HereDr.

during the six-week long contest Robert A. Benkeser, pro HALLOWE'ENCOSTUMES
fessor of chemistry at Ford UI y
Church school: begins each University, will address the was oe BUMS I
Sunday at I.4S a.m.failure Gainesville Sub Section of the IIf.AlOINI' foIIICIJi"
Another Is scheduled American Chemical Society
for the 7JJ: p.m. service today. Wednesday, OIL 2s, at 1:19 'TRICK OR TREAT"
Via a film entitled "A Cam. p.m. In Room 707. Leigh Hall! ,
era Goes To Council" the congregsUon His subject win be 'The Reduction ota.nAahe CUvperre. Hsw F.* FAVORITES I
i will be taken to the of Organic Compounds fig fK HcW c- **kat.e.Ore.ula .ry.

International Alliance Council by Lithium In Low Molecular art M peals ......... YefiIW. Ch.ie..l .......,_ aoy cwn *'mtlt., I
which: met to Columbus, Ohio! Weight Amines." The talk will iner. + .* den 4 .. 14. .
umU
ere*
'f last May. Scenes accompanied I follow dinner, IM: p.m., at the Its Ao0 Tt N oR.l fi Tin* Oat.111. SedTub. m reno* rUWe .. sh.pee '2t
by sound recorded during actual Holiday Inn.Gospel. ST ,..vwe.h.ble. rise retud e W eeltn. Sail l ...* III ,...,.*.... treefal I
Council appearances will depict N pf11Cr [QV17MR ss11 POUND 1
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t addresses, both from ministers Sing -

.j" and arias till a more...than....100. Music mission.at tion The win Gospel hold Singing a singing cones today CC" W Velvet G C MURPHY. co F A.I w a yStratt

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the soiree!Muds flat renowned from 13d to 4:31 at me Iparr 1 II
j. Preacher's :'Came and the Baptist Church. The public Is 6th. & Univ. Art
Glee Cab bare the Nyack Mis. 'tovitaL ,

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.ff Monday Evening stunned when Nellie steps For a wedding anniversary Ideal way to finance licer, Frank Silvers. Henderson orcheitra. 1':3111 09 What's This Song B Focus '
1:0111 Well FargoO off the plane with a new surprise, Alan has their sons' stay at summer O Slattery' People TUESDAY O I Love Lacy O Elementary Spanish
.. Mike Douglas husband. purchased a mink stole camp Is to take overcooking "Question What Became Morning and Aftenooe B Arm Chair Adventures10tt I 1:310 (Color) Let's Mata //1'I
1:250 Moments .Is Sport B What's New -Qlldren for Kate and dancing chores for the of the White Tortilla B World of Numbers and Deal
8M O NewMOpe Topics: Different types of lessons for himself. camp's 100 boys. ?" Freshman legislator, I:. O Sunshine Almanac Forms O Humanities C-51
0 World CIvlllzailoB turtles; principles of anIon O I've Got A Secret O Film Feature Tomas Rodriguez shows 1:11. Scope 10:55 B ID News O As the World Tan. '
.1:510 (Color) Local Newt rocket; Iran folk mu- Actor Ray Wall ton o f A comparison of courtship great promise U a' O Sunrise Semester. 11:. B 0) Concentration. B Science

1:90 O New, Weather, sic.D. "My Favorite Martian"has customs In Italy, Ja- spokesman for his people ':%5 tD Llvuj Words B Andy Griffith 1:55 ID News .
Sports Movie"VeraCruz. a secret for the panel. pan, India and Canada. but hell have to learnto ':31 8 World Civilization illS B Scope 8 Political Talk '' b
-. B Sunshine Almanac ." ((1954)) An B High School Football ((60 min.) control his persecution ID Gospel Musk 11:31 B ID (Color)' JeopardyO i:. O PasswordB

::1:11. News Highlights ex. Confederate majorand Highlights Finch 1:310 May Happy Retains complex. ':41 8 Paiur's Study McCoys ID Loretta Young I "..
?,' I:.) B O News a western outlaw I:2S O Political Talk R Burnley's sure he's n 0 11:. a O News, Weather, QD Hi, Neighbor B New Horbons O Sign Off ,a '
*- B Newi-CronUte meet In Mexico and be- 1:3111 N Bristol Court longer welcome In Joan's Sports IW a Farm awl Home 1 12N B ID (Color Say When 1:3111 O Doctors ,.
0 Reading come Involved in the re Tom, Dick and Mary: home, because ahoy asked 09 (Color>)> News, Sports, 7:. B 09 Tednv O Love of Life O House Party ".
7.110 Zane Grey volt against MaJdmUl a n. After a dressing-down by him to eat downtown Weather 8 Local News B Industry on Parade I:" B ID Another World ..'
"Quiet Sunday In San Ar Gary Cooper, Burt Lan- Dr Krevoy, Dick decides while she throws a dinner 11:21 O Movie Weather 12:15 8 Geology 107 O To Tell the Truth i&
do." Clay Burnett I.t Is caster, Denise Dare e L to scrap his medical ca party. "The Bold and the 7:11 O Ranger Hal 12:2S a News 1:25 O News ...
branded s coward when (Two hours) reer. ION B 09 Alfred Hitchcock Brave" ((1951) Three 7M O Local News, Weather B ID Political Talk-R 1:30 B (Color) You Don't '
he refuses to take the job 7:31 8 N Bristol Court a Andy Griffith "The Life and Work of American Infantrymen I:. a Captain Kangaroo 12:31 a ID (Color>)> Troth or Say I'J
? of town marshal Karen: She already has a Barney gets himself a Juan Diaz," by Ray Brad- manage to keep their 1:11 a CD Political Talk Consequences O Edge of Night [
a Perry Maws car and a driver's license, bloodhound to track downan bury. In a small Meal sense of humor on the I:" B Divorce Court a Search for Tomorrow O Popeye's Pals (to
I" "The Case of the Betrayed but Karen can't say "no" escaped convict can village, poverty Italian front during World 8 Bachelor Father U:4S O Guiding Light 4:00 B Match Game "I, ..
:. Bride." Nellie Me ch- when Jim Fraser offers B Camera Three stricken Juan Dlai' life Is War U. Mickey Rooney, 0) (fColorl) Romper Room 8 Visiting Spanish Neighbors O Secret Storm !.I
am's husband died while to teach her to drive. I:" 8 ID Andy Williams nearing s close and Wendell Corey, Don Tay fM 8 Jack Benny I ID Woody Woodpecker ,
::: both were touring Europe, a Touch of Fame Color) Guests are Roy his lack of money forces lor. ((10 min.) 09 Jack La Lame 11:5500News 4:25 B News
and now members of the Leonardo da Vinci: "The Rogers and Dale Evans, him to bargain with the 11:31 B ID Johnny Canon I':. B Make Room for Daddy 1:. B Ne", Weather 4:30 O Leave It To Beaver I
:;., family are at the airport Quest for Perfection." and Jonathan Winters.O gravedigger! for a cemetery (Color) Comic Jan Mur- a News a Midday B Bent of Grouch (
= to greet the returning wld- I:. a M Bristol Court Lucille Ball plot. Cast Includes: ray Is a scheduled guest 8 Arithmetic D (fColorl) TV Bingo 0} Movie '

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Tuesday Evening Mil for Central America oral recent paperback This Song Thursday Evening Japan, India and Can George's clients needs 1:11 O Captain Kangaroo ,
6:110 Wells Fargo Guest Cast Includes: Carroll books and an Interviewwith I a I Love Lacy I:. B WeBs Fargo ada. (M min.) Hazel's advice on a new I:. B Divorce Court j
.... 0 Mike Douglas O'Connor and Joan a representative o f ':" 8 Reading, Your Magi, a Mike Deaglss I:" 0 Bewitched kitchen product, but Hazel a Bachelor Father }
-fc2S a Greatest Headlines O'Briena the Fair Campaign Practices Lamp has agreed
S:2S B Greatest Headlines Samantha decides I to previously ID (Color>)> Romper Room
1:10: B NewMopea Red Shelton Committee. 10U B O News I:. B NewscopeB lend a magical helping to stop Interfering In ..1/
World Civilization Red's guest Is Martha 8 Doctors Nurses 11:. B O Concentration World Civilization hand to 10-year-old Marshall George's business. 1:30 O Jack Benny
I5S ID (Color>)> News, Rsye, who sings "Money Hildle is a knockout of a I a Andy Griffith IH O News, Weather Burns, who's anxious o Political Talk- ID Jack La Lanne ,f '
Weather Sports Can't Buy Me Love" and nurse, but someone's been 11:11 a Him Sports to make a good Republican 10:00 B Make Room for '
k ':01 a News, Sports, Weather "I'll Go by My Her t I Sen. Barry M. Gold I '
My Way monopolizing m e- 11:31 a O (Color) Jeopardy .:. B News, Sports, showing In the small fry Daddy ;
a Sunshine Almanac self." she's refusing all dates.lliNBBNews a McCoys Weather baseball tryouts. Gust water, Republican Pres- a News
1:11 a News Highlights a Of People and Politics : Weather, a Arithmetic Cast Includes June Lock- idential candidate, Is the O Cameras Please ,
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B News I:IS 0 News Highlights l0:3000Color( )
local Issue have on the O (Color>)> News, Byron Keith and Joel Da- i
gaeaces I:. O O News
0 Junior College campaign In Novembe r, "Baileys of Balboa" Is What's This Song? ,
Spanish California voters musl t Weather, Sports 12:00 a O (Color) lay When. B News vld oll.I pre-empted. a I Love Lucy
',7:110 M Squad decide whether to repeal 11:25: a Movie a Adventures m Living 0 Junior College :. B CD Dr. Kildare O Political Talk- 10:55 B 09 News ,
O Musters a controversial 19M state "The Next Voice YouHelr.I950) a Love of Life Spanish "The Sound" of a Far- Democratic 11:00 B O Concentration ; F1 ,

"Pike's Pique." The gas law barring racial d I I.. ( ) The voice 11:11. Geology 7:. O Rifleman away Hill. Baseball 10:00: B O Perry Como a Andy Griffith ,
.. commissioner's: men are crimination in the sale or of God coming over the 12:21 B News "Seven." On their way star Buddy Bishop, Variety 11:30 B O (Color) Jeopardy
r.. afraid to return to work rental of real estate radio for six days, allover 12:10 BO Truth or Cease- to the gallows, seven though hospitalized witha (Special) Guests Include a McCoys t .
after accidentally diggingInto O McHale's Navy the world at the ...ace. '. prisoners break away serious heart ailment, Anne Bancroft, Victor U:. B Love of Life ,( ,
the Munsters cellar "Will the Alligator Take same hours, causes wonder a Search for Temerre from their lUard-a D d is still full of life. And Borge and Sanley H% B O (Color) Say When! i
and confronting HI roan, the Stand?" An alligatorhas consternation and 12:4S a Guiding Light take over North Fork he's having trouble Understanding loway. 12:2S O News
But commissioner Pike taken Binghamtoa '. fear. James Whltmore, a Let's Speak Spanish O Movie the attitudeof a Defenders I:. B Political Talk-R
_*. Is confident that he can wallet, but try and tell I Nancy Davis,' Gary Gray, : 12:1 B O News (Color) "The Little Hut' a young cystic-fibrosis Mercedes McCambridgeand 12:30 Q Search for Tomorrow '
straighten things out by that to the captain, who Lillian B r 0 ftI o n (One 1:" a Midday A girl Is stranded on victim who Is resigned Patrick O'Neal in B O (Color>)> Truth '
.. seeing Herman personally. charges Ensign Parkerwith hour, 25 min) B News, Weather a desert island with her to death. "The Man Who." or Consequences
*to B What's New the theft I II 11:30: B O Color Johnny Car B Arm Chair Adventure neglectful husband and 8 Of People and 11:00 O 8 News, Weather 12:45 a Guiding Light 1 /

.. Children :. a Challenge son O (Color) TV Binge an ardent suitor. Avs Politics Sports 12:55 B O News .
ON Bristol Court '" MS a Focus S Gardner, StewartGranger "Less Than the Presi 1:00 8 Midday '
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"One Monday Afternoon.'" Morning and Afternoon Weather, Sports. ID (Color>)> T. V. Binge
Idaho's national reactor 8 ScienceO Walter e b I art (Two tics and style of s Congressional i
._ The school's star quarterback 1:00: a Snnihlne Almanac As the World Turns hours) campaign, camera 11:2S B Movie 1:30 O As the World Turns ,
station.
Is accidentally killed testing "Honky Tonk." ((1941) A B Science' I
O Farmer's Dlu.terIZS 0:11: B Scope 8 Humanities C-U O What's New- focus on the Minnesota
during a practice scrimmage a Humanities C-ll O Let's Make a Deal Children race between con man gets elected boss tO Let's Make A Deal ,
and the boy's father : a Political Talk R. of a western town where 1:55 ID News
':%5 O Coipel Music 1:55: O News habits Democratic representative -
blames Coach M y or.son's ':31 B O (Color) That Was ':31 B World Civilization I:. a O Loretta Young Topics snakes: eating satellites of Donald M. Fraser s gold strike has taken 2:55 B Political Talk-R
wtn-at-any-coit phili The Week That Was O Gospel Musk a sip oft folk music; space of Israel ; and his Republican opponent place. Clark Gable, La- B O Loretta Young
osophy.a a Petticoat Junction 1:41: a Pallor's Study B PI'SwentJI O Voyage- John W. Johnson. na Turner. (One hour, 2:30 a Home Party
(Color) Greatest Show Hootervllle will have to 45 min) B 09 Doctors
go OColor( ) HI, Neighbor 8 Political Talk D Documentary"The .:. B Password
a Indian Experiment some to retain its recordas 1:510 Farm and Home 2:10 a O Doctors Sky Is FaUln,." Singer Eydie Gorme' and I 11:30 B O (Color>)> Johnny 2:55 B Political Talk- i s
: "Living with Steel" shows the first city In the 7:. B O Today B HMM Party The Seavlew Is sent to actor Tony Randall are Canon R
state to file election returns B Local News, Weather I:. B O Another World destroy a spaceship that tonight's word wizards. FRIDAY 3:. B ID Another World
I. Crabtree Cor. 7.0S: a Ranger Ha: O To Tell the Truth has sunk In the Pacific B Drama Festival O To Tell The Troth
fc,... of India. Moeena Roy is ners has got Itself an 7M a Local News, Weather 1:2S B News Ocean. "A Month In the Coun Morning and Afternoon 1.30 B (Color) You Don't
;* .; narrator. automatic voting ma-. 1:00: a'Captela Kangaroo1M 1:30 eColor( ) Yo.DoI't Ivan 0:00: O Sunshine Almanac Say
7M a Daniel Boone"The try, by Turgeney.The
ON Bristol Court chine. B Divorce Court Say of !::1S B Scope a Edge of Night
t:I:" B Margins Of Culture a Science and Engineer B Bachelor Father a Edge of Night. Choosing. Dan- peaceful routine a Humanities CoSt O Popeye's Pals
:-:. ON Bristol Court Ing Journal O (Color>)> Romper Room O Pepeye's Pale iel Intends their trip into a rural family is disrupted I:2S O Living Words 3:55 a Political Talk-Rep.
'It U.N.C.L.E "Problems Macromolecular the wilderness to be apleasant when a shy young I:. B World Civilization t .. B Match Came "
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( "The Green Opal Affair" Chemistry." .O Jack La Lull a Secret Sterns jaunt for Jemima man from Moscow comesto O Gospel Music a Secret Storm
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words before slip. The Candidates News 8 News 4:2S B News with an axe and Margaret Leighton, laur- O (Color>)> HI, Neighbor, 4:25 B News
a ping Into s statue like Analysis' O (Color) Cameras 4:30 a Leave It To Beaver his daughter Is kidnaped ence Harvey, Zena Walker. 0:50 B Farm and Home O Political Talk-D,
trance set Solo on the (Special>)> Scheduled: a re- Please B Beat el GraucbeO by a band of Indians. ((85 min.) 7:. a O Today 4:30 B Leave to BeaverBBeitofCrouche t
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I:. B Wells Fargo in order to make her Discussion I III Friday Evening and Buckminster Fuller l l abeth Taylor, Larry 12:300 My Friend FUckaO i
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B Mike Douglas banker husband jealous. "Annexation: A Final I:" B Weirs Fargo describes the construction Parks, Tom Tully. t "The a NBC Sport Special \
S:2S B Moments la Sports 0:00: B Movie Look." :. a O Concentration a Mike Douglas of his geodesic dome.: Tingler." (Melodrama: "Surfing hi California" ; ,
a Andy Griffith S:25 a Moments .la 19SO) An evil force, existing -
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{ been continuing for 39 ,e.n. During our courtship my husband puaUbed. You sore made peach ., a pafcrl I'M A RELATVL CIF RINGO RMC3O W.S 4 AND NOW EMBARRASSING MK.IN PROMT
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getting quite a prize. Our honeymoon ended abruptly when DEAR ABBY: My grandson flunked out l of two colleges. DROP SACl7DEADl. 6rs7

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ballet -dancers Hal and
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Davey Divines a vWtor .. RanakaL a.'. l:. B Pastor's Study 4:N B Best ef Creucbe
and Buck Taylor. tooting for the Panther ef BBI Neighbor 8 Lea. I It To Beaver

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A look at the culture and Adrian, his uncle.
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Color) Covs. George C. It's supposed. to be an la when Plans for the future Include a

Wallace (D.* Ala.) sad '-- why Is Jan training 'school d ,. aunery for children not able to sew I

Philip H. Hoff (D.. VU) ao bard? eta do not cover a a attaaf school and a shelter
are interviewed hi Wash I IIncton. 1':53 ..... such exprndilaraf for ebfl- workshop for elder retarded 1

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MONDAY evening TUESDAY 'til 5 p.m. 1 ,I

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Monday Evening stunned when Nellie steps For a wedding anniversary )Ideal way to financetheir liter, Frank Silvers. Henderson orchestra. 11:31 B O What's This Song a Focus 2 ,+
I:" Q Wells Fargo off the plane with a new surprise, Alan has sons' stay at summer O Slaltery's People TUESDAY a I Love Lucy o Elementary Spanish
.. O Mike Douglas husband. purchased a mink stole camp is to take overcooking "Question What Became Morning and Afternoon B Arm Chair Adventures 1:31 (D (Color) Let's Mata 1"1 I
1:11 O Moment la Sports 0 What's New -Children for Kate and dancing chores for the of the White Tortilla 11:41 B World Numbers and Deal
1 1:31 O Newicope Topics: Different types of lessons for himself.O camp's 100 boys ?" Freshman legislator I:. O Sunshine Almanac Forms o Humanities C-l
0 World Civilization turtles; principles of anIon I've Got A Secret O Film FeatureA Tomas Rodriguez shows I IU B Scope 11:51 B CD News o As the World Tun.
I:" ID (Color) Local Newt rocket; Inn folk mu- Actor Ray Waist on 0 f comparison of courtship great promise as a I a Sunrise Semester. 11:. B ID Concentration. B Science: '
I:" a News, Weather, .Ic.m. "My Favorite Martian"has customs In Italy, Japan spokesman for his people IZS 0) UvutJ Words 8 Andy Griffith 1.1 09 News "
Sports Movie a secret for the panel., India and Canada. but he'll have to learnto i 1:31 B World Civilization l1U f] Scope B Political Talk I IZ
B Sunshine Almanac "Vera Cruz." ((1J54)) An B High School Football ((60 min.) control his persecution ID Gospel Musk 11:31 B ID (Color) Jeopardy :. a Password!
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getting quite a prise. Our honeymoon ended abruptly when DEAR ABBY: My grandson flunked, out of two colleges THE4thNL3Ha1D ONLY DROP sAIXJ D AD- AS ANONEZL LOtGASHE NZA LAW'FAKE ass

I caught him la the arms of a chambermaid. Alter that it His mother (my daughter) blames lIon his elementary DEAD yLARI
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told me that I was naive-that all men were polygamous "
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was announced aa the
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fttfie. MUer Health Center. North Florida's Largest Corpet Dealer Bring. Yw: This Beautiful,

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faculty since MM, !has been SOI20SQ.Y0S.. ..
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wi lams served as Chief of Neuroloiy C Installed if".'

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\ Woman's Club Sets Program McKenzie-Dressler NuptialsThe .;

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marriage of MIss Mary the wedding cake and punchbowL silk matching accessories, .
Weekly Program Artist Sue Dressler, daughter of Mr. and a white orchid corsage
and Mrs. Charles Paul Dressier The bride's book was kept for her traveling en.tmble.\ $

The Gainesville Wo m-a n'. cation for the University 0 f and Dr. John Seaborn by Mrs. David M. Andersonand The newlyweds will make SPECIAL, I ;
Club .House on West U n iver- Florida Extension Divis lon, McKenle m of Fort Myers. Mrs. Louis' Chazall, of their/ homo In Fort Myers?, i
slur] Avenue will be the and assisted in the G a I n es- son of Dr. and Mrs.. John Sol Ocala. where Dr. McKenzie practices t
scene of a variety of meet. vllle Fine Arts Association.: McKenzie HI of Fort Myerswas Cutting the weddug cake dentistry..V \ '
lugs this coming week Mrs. Mrs. Earl H. Klllgore Is solemnized Saturday afternoon were Mrs. C. W: Beasley --
at the Chapel of the Mrs. Harold Bachman and Cut of town guests present \
,M T. Hartman Jr., club president of the GainesvilleFine "
First Methodist Church. Mrs. Rhodes of Jacksonville were fir ai-d Mrs. John S. \
president announced. Arts Association: past Harry ..8
Monday at 9.30 a.m., the chairman of Division of Arts sue,, Rev. Thomas Glenn Mitch- aunt of the bride. McKenzie Jr., Fort Myers;>' :$ \
L :CrjiM Class win meet to for the Gainesville Woman's ell, pastor, officiated at the Punch was poured by Mrs. parents of the bridegroom; \
:make decorations for the Club Club and recording secretaryof ceremony performed beforean John R. Webb Mrs. Wilbur Dr. and Mr*. Edwin.L. Wolfe, \
CKcfflnus Tree. the Woman's Club. altar adorned w Ito baskets Scott Mrs. A. Gordon Gin of Tampa, sister and '.s .ther-hf' J. \
Mrs. Killgore' art of white gladioli Deland couslr of the bride lawof the bride; Dr. and
_day afternoon at J, the taught chrysanthemums \
f general business session for classes at the club last year and candelabra and Mrs. Louise MiJgette. Mrs. William T. McKenzie, \

.October la scheduled with an Several paintings by her students holding white tapers. Assisting with the hospitalities Fort Myers, ,brother and sis Chippendale Bowl $3.98
In Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones Flanders ter- .law of the bridgroom: \
International tea following at were entered the was were Mrs. William -
3 p.m. Florida Federation of Wom organist of Miami; Mrs. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. The satisfaction of own- \

Mrs. J. B. White will serve en's Clubs show. Mrs. Kill- Given In marriage by her Nicholson of Fort Lauderdale Rhodes Jacksoville uncle ONE Ing fine silver the* \
as-general chairman for the gore has studied art In London .j :; father, the bride wore a ; Mrs. Howard D. Hend- and aunt of the bride 'her pleasure giving a use
teCJwben International guest and 'Japan. !lJ"' ''w( streetlength sheath dress of ryx of Neptune Beach and cousins: Mr. and Mrs. A. DAY ful gift' hot is in such exquisite '

members of the club will be Exhibits. la TallahasseeMrs. ;I f; re embroidered Imported Mrs. Charles A. Hall of New Gordon Gill of Deland Mrs. tasteI.ry
,honored. Caroline Misell h a 'r, (t ; white French lace lined Smyrna Beach. Louis Haggard of Tampa Mrs. specially priced Monday
Friday a bridge party la member of the GainesvilleFine s s'larvJsSARA .with matching China silk The Guests were greeted and Introduced and Mrs. Preston Breaux of ONLY only. Come early end
planned for 1:30: am. Arts Association and former ensemble featured a waist to the receiving line Tampa; her uncles and aunts, browse I
TRAVERSE
TURNER Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dress .
An Day Session member of the Gaines length Jacket with a soft rolled by Mrs. William H. Buckhan- GIVI A DISTINCTIVI GIFT -
M2esda", "Fine Arts Day" vm.'.. Woman's Club, Is First meeting of the Phil. collar Diet J1 n e. Her nan and Mrs. Donald D. Har ier of M i a m I I. uncle I ....... of M ..,**.'.*. sell '
and aunt of t h. bride,
I :, observed., The morning one of several artists whose harmonic Society will beheld fingertip veil cf illusion fell rell of TIIfY1I)'. sister of the Mr. and Mrs. William Rhodesof \
.p nn i will begin at 10 un- work If presently being exhibited from a white satin petal-'
Tuesday at t at the THE
p.m. bride.Nieces eland and Mr. and Mrs.
i direction of Mrs. Nafarr' at Le Moyne Art Foundation She carried Distribute Rice
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home of Dr. and Mrs.. R. Donald D. Harrell Tampa,
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Smith, program chair, In Tallahassee. prayer book with'a cascade Rice bags were distributedby :
t sister and brother-in law of
niMt Her works have toured with Williamson 2732 SW Fifth of satin bows centered by a Miss Donna Jeanne Har
2Swrt artists to be present .the .Fortds "Art FoundationTraveling Place. white orchid. roll, Miss Pamela Karen Har the bride. \!/ !! he ) t

r Jean 0. Mitchell Exhibit. Miss Eleanor Smith I rell and Miss Cynthia Leigh Also Mr. and Mrs. CharlesA. ; :J
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I H. Klllgore Mrs. She hasrecelved seven Harrell all nieces of the Hall New Smyrna Beach;
I I ;cmIr t C. Mizell, Mrs. Willir6int awards at the SL Augustine gram chairman, will Introduce Mrs. Edwin L Wolfe of bride. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chazall

} Mrs. Christopher' Annual Art Show and took: Mrs. Sara Traverse Tampa twin sister of the The bride chose a suit ofported. Ocala; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh F. \ :
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:.lOKfian and Mrs. Gay H. first,place In the 1983 Gainesville Tuner, soprano who will bride wu matron of honor. most green Thai Edge Jr.,,Panama City. -' ------ r
I Fine Arts Show. present a of selections She wore a street length
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:fi er food" luncheon If Mrs. Will H. Glllet. a member sheath dress of pink! silk taffeta I
by Bach Schubert and .. .
: 11:45 am. of Gainesville Fine Arts matching 'accesaas: Des, -
: review by Rev. Wfl- Association, calls herself a Dvorak and Willard Brask, and carried a cascade arrangement
'limn:. Shea, minister of "Sunday '.lnla'." She baa accompanist.The of pink: satin bows 1I I

I'Highlands PresbyterianChurch had an educational TV program will feature"Zfeunermelodlen" centered with an orchid.Dr. .
: will feature the afternoon on paintings. Mrs. Gil- program William T. McKenzie of
: program. let attended Texas A and I, (Gypsy Fort Myers, brother of the
Reverend Shea will review the Museum of line Arts Songs) by Dvorak.: bridegroom served; as best
the'book:, "Thomas Jefferson" Schools. In Dallas and Houston
Ushers Donald D.
Mrs. Turner and Mr. Brask man. were
> ky Albert Jay Knock.: and the University of 8k
Harrell of Tampa, brother-l n.
; The bona In Thomas are members of the University
guest speaker: at Houston.Mrs. -
law of the bride and Mack
Philadelphia was gradual d Christopher Newman of Florida Music Department !
Dent of Jacksonville.
:4on'the University of Pennsyjvanla of Keystone Heights, studiedart
The bride's mother chose a
; and Princeton Sem- under Mrs. Mitchell at A27 z1
Hostesses assisting Dr. and ,beige crepe sheath dress, I
(nary. Mrs. Shea the former P. K. Yonge, attended Ring
Mr. Williamson will be Mrs. matching accessories, and an .
| Miss Sara Whltfold of Perry, ling Art School and hat ,
orchid The br Id
ds. Guy R. Miles and Mrs. T. corsage egroom's
) \ member of the club. taught line Aria Fun Painter's 4
\.' The Sheas, who have I chile classes. In portrait paint Walter Herbert. mother wore a blue t
dress, matching acces
dren came to Gainesville In ing. crepe "
Mrs. Newman has sories. Both had orchid: cor :,
won sev
: ,I _I GIesI ArtiICI '.ralIL Augustine Art awards. sages. I UNSURPASSED BEDROOM VALUES.

I tile n. Mrs. Gay H. Welborne If a Harrells Home Reception .. .
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? l. "Yarn Sculpture." She :and Gainesville Fine Arts Association Following the ceremony, a
5 iCt-psst president of Gainer I Her work, "Sand reception was given by thebride's

1 :vm ,1'Ine ArIa Association: I II ." or "Sandcastln g," where parents at their of white home I % *ri&r.
arrangements
aatJttte Art Chairman of I has been exhibited at the HonoredUniversity and .
I 51* Federation of WamI I Gainesville Floe Arts. shows gladioli chrysanthemums 'F t
i eirrtlubs, attended Oberlln i and nay be seen. at the Florida greenery set the floral decor. ,' r a,It b 3
i : College. She received ad. : Union Craft Shop. ; of Florida College The bride's table was covered 4k
grexln art education at Chi- Christmas decorations of Medicine with a white satin table-
faculty
sego Institute ot Art a marIsA made by Mrs. Lynn Ten and members cloth. A silver candelabrum r Ifla
: degree In painting, I ndIEtr41 Eyck's craft class will be their wives honored adorned with white tapers y
art and art education Dr. and Mrs. George T. Her- greenery I and orchids cen

., at :-tie University of Florida. lerleeof., rell Jr. with a departure dinner tered the table flanked by ,

She ryas training elfkajl! onstrate ;.still. Ue .ln differ- Friday evening at the z !
v Art for the Veteran's Bureau' I nil media. "" ,: I Gainesville Golf and Country L ,

:Hn Chicago, and came to Flor- Members are requested to 'I Hub. A social hour proceededhe j. ,
-;Ida during the "boom years." I bring two sandwiches for the buffet dinner :%

:Mrs. Mitchell taught art eduI I luncheon. Dr. Harrell dean of the college : ; :

.' 1 has been named head of I .
fw new Hershey School: of t \
Nurses' To Hear 1\
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State University. He will assume -
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to the Florida l I was highlighted by discussions .

Nurses Association con ? e n- Including religious aspects of of pink carnations FUNCTIONAL FURNITURE"
tlon held recently In Jacksonville nursing and a variety of clinI- and roses adorned the TAK. IT tutu ,
will report e yenta to cal presentations. buffet table and a similar low citronThe
members of the Gainesville Delegates attending were arrangement flanked by antique ATTIC,., For the Young or Young, Heart ",y.,I \

Association' : at a meeting slated -' Mrs. Dorothy Carlisle, Miss English candelabra, decorated ANTIQUE RIA OPEN STOCK Buy only.... pitCH! you nod. L wry', ors now I
Thursday at I p.m. at Barbara Lassos, Mrs. Alice the head table. featuring a wldf ttltetlon of planned. groupings.' Choose Early Anwrkm ..
;:.A1achua General Hospital, Teeters Miss Helen Cren- In worm miplt. Colonial Style in whit end gold or olive preen and gold
Small dinner tables were and contemporary ilyln 'In G.nulne walnut! with formica top Prlc** start
Boom 340.
shaw, Mrs. Inei Gaston Miss for beds and t.blt. $49.95 for Bochlor'i chat
centered with pink floral ar n low at $39.95 come J
.. "New Demenshms In NunJlng" Carol Hayes and Mrs. Rhea rangements. end $104.95 for double dr....' and mirror. $*. them today..
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I i i Bridge Club evening Martin Guest Miller provost were speakers Medical Dr.of during Center Samuel the J. Hulls and the P.- "SCULPTRA" I II I '-


Dr. J. B. de C. M. Saunders,
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By JOHN E. CRAPS East West field with 103"%. at the University of California By Broyhill
Trs. R. A. Scrafford and Mrs. W. T. Zeanah and Mrs.
Medical Center In San ANTIQUINGMSDESAS Amtrica'i b.lt tailing, collection ;:
",VffL R. W. Fountain were J. F. Wharton took second Francisco.A of fin, contemporary ,
I the forth South winners In honors with 101, Mrs W. D. b.droom and dining, lurni. ,
::lthe Wednesday evening game Macdonald and Van A. May farewell gift was presented ? ture. Beautifully styled and. s
quality mad of ctaic walnut
",Club with 112 match points. were third with W, and Dr. to Dr. and Mrs. Harrell and woodi Open
There were eight and one half and Mrs. E. R. Woodwardcame by the faculty, who also gave WITH MARTIN SCNOUR stock too pecan so that you con ;. ,, t I
.,; tables In play and the aver in fourth with H. Mrs. Harrell a white orchid PROVINCIAL COLOR GLAZE add needed pisses I.t.,. f y
for North South corsage. Triple Dressers, mirror bed .mm,
age score The club win hold Ita next
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I -pairs wss MV4: for those game at 7.39: tomorrow evening Several social courtesies are amassed. sled attic nib end night tobl only -
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i:playing East West M. at the Recreation Canter. being planned for the Barrels Moe a hcadMBM ......, a deco.rater $29900.
:; Mrs. H. L. Gray and Mrs. It win be master point night before they leave for Ftmsyl- I'i'
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Hotter came In fourth with aba*, wipe. Choose doep vibrant
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and Mrs. Donald J. Hart with !the hospitalities were:. Mrs. C. Arnold Matthews,)fr.

entertained faculty of the Col- Dr. and Mrs. Larry J. Ben- and Mrs. George R. Sims,
i MONDAY, October M lege of Business Administration
I Special Guests
ninger Dr. and Mrs. William
Luncheon honoring Miss of the University of Florida
Frances Dabney Jones, with receptions on Friday and M. Fox Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Special guests for the o sa-:
and Mrs. J.Wayne .
lion Dr.
bride elect of Donald a Saturday evenings at their residence T. Deinxer, Mr. and Mrs. Carl were Harry
Relti Dr. and Mrs
More Giles. 12:30 p.m. Mrs. > In Golfvtew. A. Anderson, Dr. and Mrs. Alfred and Mrs.

William E. Baringer and w.tA 1i1 The four socIal events honored A. Ring, Dr. and Mrs Robert M. Phllpott B. Maut, Dr.and Dran
)Ira. Louis J. Titom Green
Sown Holiday Inn. new faculty of the college, their Ralph H. Blodgett, Dr. and and Mrs. LInton E. Grlntcf.SouMTulforeaosMehesatpkataandrdUiaseraataw. .
wives and husbands.
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Buffet supper honoring 1 ;;.... ". Hart home. I

Mils Frances Dabney Jones ,.. l' .,. ," Floral arrangements, designed! .
: fiance of Donald More ... .1'! by Mrs. John M Champion

Giles of Lynchburg Va., Mrs. William V. Wllmot ,Jr.. urG
t 1:30: p.m., Mrs. K. R. Swln- and Mrs.J. Donald Butterworth

ford and Miss Molly Morris ">4k..!. .. ," featured miniature bronce, IBid
f on, at the former's home, and white chrysanthemums and .
TWO PlICI :
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October II Those pouring p undo: were TO INTItODUCI .n....-_...:..'....,,..
Bridesmaids luncheon honoring Mrs. Ralph H. Blodgett, Mrs. I NIW ELEQANT' leJORt 1J3
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Miss Frances Dab ; )
nib Alfred A. Ring Mrs. George R.
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Jones, brld.elect of .N4 ..+ evs..a...ee...r .toli ;)
ney Miss Grace Carol Dodge Miss H. Sims Mrs. Richard L. A. Ster- :' ,.
Katberiae KnopfRhrerla MISS DIANA KAY NELSON S .
I Donald More
Giles of Lynch
ba, Mrs.C. Arnold Matthews,
;, burg, Va., 1:30: p.m. Miss Mrs. Carter C. Osterblnd Mrs. : :'
1 Kay Knopf end Miss Gene Knopf-Stodelman NelsonWigginsCORAL /NTf.WAT/ONAL Ryule'tr $a.$0.-'
John B. McFerrm, Mrs. PaulE. Serry. LhRIt fewILVER .,. .
,;, Birdsong at the E. Ruffln Koefod, Mrs. WUlIard E. DEEPS Per C..t_ -
Jones residence, 1004 SW GABLES Dr. Country Club of Cot.al Mr. and Mrs. 0 M. Nelson Ida. Stone Mrs. Allen M. Slavers,
Sixth Avenue. and Mrs. William C. Knopf of Gables. announce the engagement The bridegroom elect a and Mrs. WUmot i .
Rehearsal dinner honoring Coral Gables, formerly of The bride-to-be Is spending of their daughter, Miss Diana graduate of Palo Alto High Assisting Dr and Mrs Hart
Miss Frances Dabney Gainesville, annouDCt' the engagement her senior year at the University Kay Nelson, to Ronald Lee School, Palo Alto, Calif, Is
Jones and their son, Donald and approaching of Florida in absentia Wiggins son of Mr. and Mrs. presently a student at the "
More Giles, I p.m., Mr. and marriage of their daughter from Sweet Briar College, M. J. Wiggins of Orlando. University of Florida
Mrs. William Vernon Giles Miss Katherine H. Knopf of Sweet Briar Va. She was a The brlde-elect was g r a d- December 26 has been c h o- The S. .......

of' Lynchburg, Va, Gainesville Gainesville, and H. James member of the May Courtand uated from Gainesville High sen as the date of the wed- the Whiter

,\, Golf and Country Club. Stadehnan HI. son of'.Mrs. served on the Judicial School and is presently a student ding, which will take place In In the W" ......
\. FRIDAY October M Harold Maier of Fort Lauder. Board at Sweet Briar. at the University of Flor the First Baptist Church.
,Breakfast for out of town dale and the late H. :James. The bridegroom-elect Is taking Join KM
r.I guests and bridal party fating Stadehnan Jr' work toward a master's McAlisterArnoldORLANDOMr. Cunard's Cavmanli.

-Miss ct'ra1d Dabney' The wedding win be aotemniied degree la the College of Busl
.Jones Moore and Mrs. glneerlng Department. 9 oonvtnlMt oraieaefrom
December 2) at S pm, buss Administration at the
CUes of Lynchburg, Vs, in the Church of the Little University of Florida He Is George V McAlister of Or. The bridegroom elect was Florida,1140 up.
II" Jl:30 l.m., Mr. and Mrs. C.ooperBell. Flower .of Cord babies followed a member of Phi Delta The- Undo have announced the engagement graduated from Edgewater Sail from Fort Lauderdale
: ,.grandparents of by a reception at the ta fraternity. of their daughter, High School, where he was a aboard Canard's air-condi
.the bride-elect: Miss Gayne Elyse McAlister, member of National H o n or tioned. stabiliser-equipped .. -
...Wedding of Miss Frances to Gary Wayne Arnold, Ion of Society and the Cross Coun Carmont ClaM outdoor swim- Aitraedwly gUt based Aha M the sew Oredoue Using eNvMT
IJabney 'Jones, daughter ofMr. DodgeGreeneRICHMOND Mr. and Mrs. James E. Wood try Track team He Is presently ming pool, 2.level lido Dank ton I hi OUJtANS. For year"ie*SINer",choose DwpSUve..w..

t. end.'Mrs. Edmund But-, ward of Orlando. a student at the University IIIght club;IUpIIb Meroatlssd %-,THI INTERNATIONAL IILVW COMPANY .

r fin Jones and Donald More Va. Mr. Business Administration. 'He The bride elect of Florida, majoringin cuisine, impeccable f HIM*
was graduated ervkse. Every ......... with
{ Cues, son of Mr. and Mrs. Is a member of Sigma Phi business administration.Mr. RIQtrriR KR PUS 'RUli AWAROID
and Mrs A. P. Dodge of Richmond from Edgewater H I gh private facilities. Choose your Ii
WUtiam Vernon Giles of, Arnold has served as IACH SAT. IN OCT. :
Epsilon fraternity.
engagement School where she club editor
I Va. the was crulietDN.
announce
:JTynchburg. Va., 7 p.m.. Holy Plans have been made fora of the school snnual She president and secretary of Janet I. GllfUlloii. 1224 N.W. 14cfc Avenue.?
of their' daughter, Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity .20,U cia,..S ports.laOS... '
i .:.Trinity: Episcopal Church December wedding. attended the University of Winner ,!' pt IfwM' set Red Wlitf Potter*
.followed by a reception at the Miss Grace' Carol Dodge, to and a member of Scabbard IM. 4.0 day, I ..... 0140 ipFib.
Florida and is
:University Inn. James Hicks Greene, son of Southern Bell now employedby and Blade military honorary. 3-,11413 days,a puts./000... a.a0, a.w.Nawteaws.al
Telephoneand J.55,12 days I pv..1000 ups .
The wedding will be an
Wedding of Miss Lets
Mr. and Ms T. U Greeneof ChurchCircles Telegraph Company En- ..
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c of event of December 26 at Park r b.s IT days, to pees,IdTO,
Gayle Fullagar, daughter
I Gainesville. .17.13 days,I *1413.
per piMir.
Itrs. Evelyn Louise FullV *- Lake Presbyterian Church of !.,11 days,.port.HOO...<.
1 | of Gainesville and WUHtm Miss Dodge attended Madison ReceptionWill Orlando. Mir., .,4p.._.ptApr.

Fullagar of Rochester College, Harrisonb u r g, 10, I days 8 pees. |1..p.WORLD .
N. Y., and Arthur Manuel Va., and was graduated from Honor St. Patrick'sDeanery See III/orsl .

'Home Jr., son of Mrs. Lacy Medical College of Virginia\ TUESDAY! October tt MeetSt. ".., ,.,...4gestr
.Edward Sears and the late University Methodist Church,
Arthur M. Home, I p. m., School of Medical Technology. Woman's Society of Christian Perry Footes Augustine Deanery of
She Is a member of Sigma .
Chapel of the University Sigma Sigma sorority Service. ':3Q a.m., Wesley Invitations have been extended the St Augustine Diocesan
Methodist Church.Mlscellsnious. Foundation Lounge to members of the Council of Catholic Worn
\ shower Mr. Greene wee graduated First...... Church University of Florida Administrative en met recently at the Pal- TRAVEL
complimenting Miss Judith from the University of Florida ,W 0 m e s's Missionary Council and their atka Woman's Club with St.
Bessie, bride-elect of Grow with a ;degree from the League, ':30 a jn. Parish Hall.FMMetkedlst wives for a reception honoring Monica's Altar Gufltl as hostess -
SERVICE
J er Ford I p.m., Mrs. John College of Engineering and Church! Dr. and Mrs. A. to more than 200 m e niters '
170S NW SixthStreet .. Perry GIFT$ .nd IRIDI SHOP ,.
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V. Hardison also received .-muIIr' degree Women's Society of Christian Foote, whose took .
marriage
from,the UF College of Service U:30 a.m., general place October 17. Representing St. Patrick's 101 W. UNIV. ri M441, 105 N.W 11th St. PRMtftT

meeting. luncheon, 12:IS Women's Club at the meeting
pjn.. Church. Mrs. Foote Is the former were:

'BridaL.arti ; II.... Robert Lea, Bowman.. Mrs Daniel Brennan, Mrs.
s An efcma'servtng1'plate .' '
I antique Jr.. Anthony! Captain Miss Doris
matching! her pattern Kehne Mrs. Wesley Lambert r to'w
was presented to the bride\ The reception win be given Mrs August Lang,
elect by Mrs. Herbert and Sunday. November I, from 3 Mrs. Harry Lawton, Mrs.
13 Fete MLssJon'es ,Mrs.. Miles.Coasts to 4:30: p.m. at the University Amos Luckhaupt Mrs Edward
:, WIN the honoree, Women's Clubhouse, West Murphy, Mrs. J. H.
.her mother,Mrs.Robert West Newberry Road. Palmer, Mrs. Andrew Row
Continuing be pre-wedding card, accompanying the gift Mrs. J. Hfflls Miller Mrs. Hostesses for the afternoon and Mrs Paul Samorlskl.
't I parties for Miss Frances Dab- featured an original poem, Hudson Mssser, Mrs. W. E. will be wives of the facultyof Honorable mention was received -I
ney Jones, fiancee of Donald written Jn rhyme by Mrs: .... Mrs. Louis Tatom. the UF College of Pharmacy by St. Patrick's Club '
Moore Giles of Lynchburg, Mrs. D. E. Baughsn and Miss of which Dr. Foote Is for their Christmas Shrine 'I
several bridal courtesies FogeLBe Molly Mc eisoe.
i' V* et Sapper, sever dean entry ._.
last week.
were given
On Wednesday evening,Mrs.
1 Saturday afternoon, Miss I T. Walter Herbert and Mrs.
Ann Arnow entertained with a
Guy Miles feted Miss Jones
. '
luncheon at the Gainesville with $
a
pl'HUptIa111afttt.

b Club. )QqArIo'Ir. sapper
and
Golf Country
and kitchen' shower at the '
was assisted hi the hospitalities '
Miles home.
t by her mother, Mrs :
Winston E. Arnow. The serving table laid with .
An antique silver epergne a white Philippine. gnat doth,
of was centered. with a marble '
placed stone end the table
Playtex ;
replica of the Venus da Mile
held white roses, stock chrys-
i snthemums! and frosted white wearing a tiny kitchen apron. '
Baby white ckrysanthsmusnsgreenery Padded Bra. fr o
'...pa. Clusters of chrysanthemums
5
and white tapers encircled
arranged OR lath
bleat fern were laid at Inter the Ogurtoe.Clotbesptas r >, 'IIi .
vats down the length of the dressed. a.-bails t :reg. i
table. dolls marked' each ...... :
: Places were marked for These were later autographedand ,
Mia Jones, Miss Helen Graham presented to. the bride. now $O95awaW

Miss Jennie Murphree elect during the, shower of
Miss Betty Pound, Miss Anne kitchen gifts. ,. ,
"Chipley,Miss Kay Knopf. Miss _.- i
Jane Johnston Miss Carolyn i .
'Brsnsn. Mrs Raymond E. Your ..
Watson, Mrs James G. Feb .
y %.er Jr., Mrs. Marcos Milaram Portrait ;.t. / w.dtlRe weMM.I ..;.

Mrs. Lenny Sommese and MSail ,.-
:Jin. Kenneth Hodge. ...

:- Miss! Arnow presented the .would. boa ..
bonoree w 11 h a corsage of I -r r- ..
miniature white orchids and a wokontodChristmas Now you. ON.sultln ..-
:gift of silver. H 'l' .
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i.d lovlnge of '''
.' rear Hostesses Eaterer.'Another ss Meek. aenetrarlfrue5ltM.wea !, :
luncheonbonorio| Mane I1tw, Cer'd..; S1.OO en Ass.........new .
:
"
1 Miss J Jones took place Tburs- byte*Soft*..Podded If+ ..INcupt '
J. XT \
.day afternoon when Mr*. Gift. / ors ion ond iwy ion

James H.Mrs.Fogel B.Mrs.Y. Edgar 't ._ ihrovghcewwlloaowieVshope...................,..
Johnson KhoryJr. Wh. flue aid
.. and Mrs. Brace Roberts .ami er eeuiejmi mere ffco _per IMinStoXr4' :-IIf.lW u ....,iluooueeow' .uede1the M 17

I I..House wen hostesses at the Tower 'I rManse''** *" 1 : ; ,.,..."WGIh......................' 4.

attryeois-nevwaumbf.Msru ee '
*.A turquoise and. white color Fuokhues ,.,.., VELVETEEW ,
note was emphesissd to the been .,..".., ......+sn : .torigMrloytvtat sew bus,r. e.dnaswas..r.aa..w.rw.

i -a..ncheoa' appointments with a ati Unw, i 1920... aid The*brew hot .an...yes... 'r, '.... Yiett ..,..y( ::1V.it $oOrMirtw/eddsdeeeeed ISMS 1 ,.../___.

::atiniature' turquoise -*"- ..... "." ....... '''' ''''JQ; S1.OO.Nuny.effeexpavweea. )> C _( _ _
filled with tarqnotoe ear- t
piano .., ... : $Ift WhIle. DUo
I .aitioM and white chrysanthe.mums Mew r a.i r A,11" cope IUY NOW AND lAW
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centering the table. .due. Ewe M N thee to .you fa**.ef<..!*he..see W- ,. .t i"A Rua.U.93. now only$tN USE' CSNTRAL CHAROItLCHAROflartANS T.

; Guests Included the bride.In. fax 0.......... A MneVMeMI I"
: r be. her mother Mrs. by GtfnHrtlle'i Awl.*.. ,q; .. M .... .YaeMdetbslaa.. LAYAWAY .. .
I ',E. Ruffln .... Mrs. Wffllam ........... ? '' r ,;: AI ....Pee l.....1

'Gray, Mn.KaneeOi MIr I. n 0 S32t ;.:. .w.. .. to fOUNOATIOfTDCRT.
Mrs. L. B. ButterOeld and 12 N.W. IM $f. w feeMee'. i kked. ,=,,, l "X. f-l. .... ..
,eph Rivers Mrs. Graham .
Rich. Mrs. George Hack.Mrs.K. i

I R ...,... Mrs. dareocefrNeti. ... /A "Where lfi fasWon.
Mrs. W. E. 1a IIW. -
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Oflt
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Mrs. L. B. ButtertWd and a ffMroOPO mold frFvVFT koaf

Miss Sandra Swtaferd.White lOt W. UNIVERSITY AVI. FR 2-2721 iZ Idi bIoRg I1N vets. figure* with 1h i herd
caruUon .., ,.scares raitwte
were presented tS Mains Op** 9 t. 5:30 toot rcaets cwt ejV X oltrainod

and .her mother by the .... A Conetloiws. :
toe, who ale gave as bride-
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I Woman/s Club Sets Program NuptialsThe I '! (,-----------------.t.


marriage of Mill Mary the wedding cake and punchbowL silk matching accessories,
''I Weekly/ / Program Artist Sue Dressier, daughter of Mr. and a white orchid corsage \

and Mrs. Charles Paul Dress The bride's book was kept fa her travcling: en.tmble. SPECIAL s
'The Gainesville Woman'- cation forth- University 0 f ler,and Dr. John Seaborn by Mrs. David M. Andersonand The newlyweds w 111 make I

Club House on West U n IversHI Florida Extension Division, McKenle ffl of Fort Myers. Mrs. Louis. Chazall. of their homo In Fort Myers,, rl- -
: Avenue will be thesctpq and assisted In the Gainesville son of Dr. and Mrs.,John S. Ocata.: where Dr. McKenzie practices
\
of a variety of meetings Fine Arts Association. McKenzie: III of Fort Myerswas Cutting the wedding cake dentistry..V \
this coming week Mrs. Mrs. Earl H. Killgore la solemnized Saturday afternoon were Mrs. C. W. Beasley of ..\ --. \
M"rHartman Jr., club president of the Gainesville at the Chapel of the Mrs. Harold Bachman and Cut town guests present
.president announced. Fine Arta Association past First Methodist Church.: Mrs. Harry Rhodes of Jack were Dr ai-d Mrs. John S:' I

Monday at 930: ..m., the chairman of Division of Arts R 41v. Thomas Glenn Mitchell sonville aunt of the tride. McKenzie Jr., Fort Myers' .1 98 I
,Crjfti Class win meet to for the Gainesville Woman's y pastor officiated at the Punch was poured by Mrs. parents of the bridegroom; $3
Dr. and Mn. Edwin!: L. Wolfe
.mtke decoration for the Club Club and recording secretary: o.aPlt ceremony: performed beforean John R. Webb Mrs. Wilbur 'lother-in- ,
Commas Tree.3Jjday of the Woman' Club. : altar adorned\ w ills baskets Scott, Mrs. A. Gordon Gin of Tampa sister and \
) afternoon at J, the Mrs. Killgore taught art of white gladioli chrysanthemums Deland. couslr of the bride law. of the ; bride; Dr. and .' \
general business session for classes at the club last ,e.r. and candelabra: and Mrs. Louise Midgette. Mrs. William T. McKenzie

October Is scheduled with an Several paintings by her students holding white tapers.Mrs. Assisting with the hospitalities Fort Myers, brother and ciaterIn4aw Chippendale Sowl $3.98 ,
:International tea following at were entered In the E. Ruffles Jones was were Mrs. William Flanders of the bridgroom' ; !
p ::3 p.m. Florida Federation of' Wom organist of Miami; Mrs,Thomas :Mr.and Mrs. Harry E. The satisfaction of own

Mrs: J. B. White will serve ,en' Clubs show. Mr*. Kill- Given In marriage by h er Nicholson of Fort Lauder- Rhodes, Jacksovllle uncle ONE ing fine silver. '. the)
f : chairman for the gore has studied art la London father the bride wore I dale; Mrs. Howard D.. Hend- ,and aunt of the bride 'hercousins pleasure of giving a useDAY n
teen and Mr. and Mrs. A. ful gift that is in such ex'f
f international guest and Japan. atreetlength sheath dress of ryx of Neptune Beach
members of the club will be Exhibits .. Tallahassee re embroidered imported Mrs. Charles A. Hall of New Gordon Gill of Deland Mrs. quisite taste . very
.honored. Mn. Caroline Ml sal II J, a white French lace lined Smyrna Beach. Louis Haggard of Tampa Mrs. specially priced Monday end
Friday a bridge party I II member of the Gainesville A ,with matching! China silk. The Guests were greeted and Introduced and Mrs. Preston Breaux of ONLY only. Come early
her uncles and
planned. for 9-JO: ajn. Fine Art Association and for- ensemble Matured a waist to the receiving line Tampa; aunts browse.
SARA TRAVERSE ,
TURNER Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dressier -
AD Day Session mer member of the Gaines length Jacket with a soft rolled by Mrs. William H. Buckhan-: OIVI A DISTINCTIVI GIFThutta I
y. "Fine Art Day" ville's Wo m Ie'* Club Lone First meeting of the Philharmonic collar neckline. Her nan and Mrs. Donald D. Har of Miami i I. uncle ** .. M ..MM<** .*.'
and aunt of t h. bride,
.: observed.. The morning of several artist whose Society will beheld fingertip veil cf illusion fell rell of Tar noati sister of the Mr. and Mrs. William Rhodes I ,
hwill> begin at 10 on- work I exhibited from white satin etel- bride.
.pPt presently being Tuesday at t p.m. at the a p of Deland and Mr. and Mrs.
cfiiIH;; i direction of Mrs. Na- at La Moyne Art Foundation shaped tulip. She carried a Niece Distribute Rice
home of Dr. and Mrs.. Donald D. Harrell Tampa
R. C. ,
t ;Iw Smith program chair-? in Tallahassee. prayer book with a cascadeof Rice bags were distributed sister and brother-in law of r
;i item, ? Her work have toured with Williamson 2732 SW Fifth satin bows centered: by a by Miss Donna Jeanne Har the bride.
Zuslt::: artist to be present .the ,Forida'Art' Foundation. Place white orchid. tell Miss Pamela Karen Har- 1
Jean O. Mitchell J, Traveling Exhibit rell and Miss Cynthia Leigh Also Mr. and Mrs. CharlesA.
:r.lii; :arl H. Killgore, Mrs. She has rt U h e d seven Miss Eleanor Smith I program Sister OIly Attendant Harrell all nieces of the Han New Smyrna Beach; ,\
I ; C. Mizell, Mrs. Will, award at the Si Augustine chairman will Introduce Mrs. Edwin L. Wolfe of bride. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chazall

JWiDet, Mrs. Christopher, Annual Art Show and took : Mrs. Sara Traverse Tampa, twin sister of the The bride chose a suit of Ocala: ; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh F. r"
::!Q> oJ Mr. Gay H. first place In the MM Gainesville Turner soprano who will bride was matron of honor. Imported moss green Thai Edge Jr.,.Panama City. ...t.r.... .. r ,

I I 'Fine Arts Show. present a program of selections She wore a street length .
:ma food" luncheon: is Mrs. Win H. GOIet a mem- sheath dress ol pink! silk taffeta
by Bach Schubert and
; ; 11:45 ajn. ber of Gainesville Fine Art : Hatching! accessaries, "
by Rer. WflIinJrTl. Association, calla herself a Dvorak and Willard Brask and carried a cascade arrangement II
} : i :. Shea, minister of "Sunday Painter." She has accompanist of pink satin bow.centered' .
a 'Highland Presbyterian had an educational TV
; program The will feature"ZJeunermelodlen" with an orchid. P
.,Church will feature the afternoon on paintings. Mn. CU- program Dr. William T. McKenzie of IIJ
program., let attended Texas A and I, (Gypsy Fort Myers brother of the
? Reverend Shea will review the Museum of lint Art Songs) by Dvorak. bridegroom served as beat

the book, "Thomas Jefferson" School In Dallas and Houston Mrs Turner and Mr. Brask man. Usher were Donald D.
i by Albert Jay Knock. and the University of 8t Harrell of 'Tampa brotherinlaw -
are members of the University
The bona In
guest speaker Thomas at Houston.
of the bade and Mack
Philadelphia, was gradual d Mr*. Christopher Newmanof of Florida Music: Depart- Dent of Jacksonville.The J
>train'tilt University of Permsylvania Keystone Height, studied ment.
bride's mother chose I kL ,
; and Princeton SeraIniry. art under Mrs. Mitchell at 21.UNSURPASSED
Mr*. Shea the former P. K. Yonge, attended Ring- Hostesses assisting Dr. and ,beige crept sheath dress, 1
Mr. Williamson will be Mrs.Guy matching accessories, and an .
: Miss Sara Whitfold of Perry ling Art School and has ,
R. Miles and Mn. T. orchid: corsage. The lit 14 s.groom's .
: .Ia. member of the club. taught Fin Art Fun Paint (
: (I TIle -..*, who have I children errs classes: In portrait paIn Walter Herbert. mother wore t blue I t ..
to Gainesville Jai crepe dress, matching accessories.
came
I i .. Mrs. Both had orchid corsages.
-. Newman has won several
i "' OMIt Artist St Augustine Art award BEDROOM VALUES.

,! t. the art program, Mrs. Gay H. Welbome I II a Harrells Rome Reception ". .. "I"II
.;. win demon- member of the Woman' Club
Following the ceremony a
"Yarn Sculpture." She and Gainesville Fine Arts Association. -
reception was given by tiltbride'
*past president of GaineslHJIne : Her work "Sand
j'\'I parents at their home
"
Art Associationaarrftat Sculpture' or "Sandcastln: g,
where of white
HonoredUniversity arrangements
Art Chairman of has been exhibited at the
S afitte. Federation 01 Wornenrtlubs 'Gainesville Fine Art shows gladioli chrysanthemums: and
the floral decor.
set
c, attended OberUa and may be seen at the Florida greenery
: College. She received: \ a degttjLln -, Union Craft Shop. of Florida College The bride's table was covered
\ with a white satin table-
Christmas decoration
art education at ChI-
of
Medicine: faculty members +tx'
cloth. A silver candelabrum, r
ctf Institute of Art, a mas- made by Mrs. Lynn Ten
tad): ,degree in painting, Industrial Eyck'i: craft class win be and their wives honoredDr. adorned with white tapers,
'l I art and art education displayed,, Gertrude Jef. and Mrs. George '1'. Har greenery : and orchids centered
.t orb University. of Florida. ferJes of dlai t's will dem- rell Jr. with a departure din the table, flanked by
; oqajae MWtfai till lift dUerefl ner Friday evening the
She Va* training ( 1. ::tID: -
i ."Art for the Veteran' a3n media. 'f Gainesville Golf and Country r
: Chicago: and came: to Florida Member are requested to Club. A social hour preceeded wi
t : during the "boom years." bring two sandwiches: for the the buffet dinner.Dr. .

j '''Mrs. Mitchell taught art edu- luncheon.was Harrell, dean of the college ,rJ mr

.' has been named head of t
lie new Hershey School of j
Nurses'To Hear
I -City Medicine: at PennsylvaniaState
University. He will assume
:: Convention Report his new duties Nov
ember 1.
Delegate to the Florida I highlighted by discussions

Nurses Association convention Including: religious aspects of Arrangements of pink carnation : FUNCTIONAL FURNITUREFor .
held recently In Jackson-: nursing and a variety of clinical and roses adorned the TAKE IT (

villa, will report event to presentations. buffet table and a similar! low OUT or '
member of the Gainesville Delegate attending were arrangement, flanked by antique The ATTIC... the Young or Young at Heart .' "It..4' ,

;'-Association at a meeting slated Mr*. Dorothy Carlisle, Miss English candelabra decorated ANTIQUE ITS OPEN STOCK Buy only the plecti you need. Cowry'i are need
: Thursday at I '.11. a t Barbara Laison Mr*. Alice the head table. featuring a wide telectlon of planned grouping. OIOOM Early American
Ulachua General H 01 pit al, Teeter, Miss Helen Cren- In warm maple Colonial. Stylet' 'In white and gold or dive green and gold i
Small dinner tables were and contemporary ttyles 'In genuine walnut! with formica tops. Price Mart
?
.
?loom 340. shaw Mrs Inez Gaston Miss centered with pink floral ar I at low .. $39.95 for bedi and comer tibia $49.95 for Sochelof't chett.
... "New Demenskms In Nurs- Carol Hayes and Mrs. Rhea rangements.Guest and $104.93 for double drum end mill!,. Sea them today.
r' Inj'i the convention theme Wolfe. '
wt speakers during the
evening were Dr. Samuel P.

I Bridge Club Martin, provost of the J. Hil- 111
: lls Miller Medical: Center and "SCULPTRA"
Dr. J. B. de C. M. Saunders,
Chancellor of medical education : M'
"By JOHN E. CRAPS East West field with 103"%. at the University of CalIfornia By Broyhill -,

Mrs. R. A. Scrafford and Mrs. W. '1'. Zeanah and hits Medical Center la Sea ANTIQUINGMADE Amtnco'l best tailing collection },
I <',MflL R. W. Fountain were J. F. Wharton took second Francisco. of lint contemporary
., the North South winner ta honor with 101, Mr W. a bedroom end dining furnlturt .
:Xwe: Wednesday evening game Macdonald and Van A. May A farewell gift was presented EASYWITH Beautifully styled and '
quality mad ol ctact walnut r
:JlClub: with 1U match pout were third with If, and Dr. to Dr. and Mrs. Harrell and pecan woodi Open !-
.There were eight and one half and Mr*. E. R. Woodwardcame by the faculty, who also gave MARTIN 8CNOUR Hock too 10 that you '
tables In play and the aver to fourth with M. Mn. Barrel a white orchid PROVINCIAL COLOR GLAZE dd needed pitctl l"con'r. m+)

"?age score for North South The club win bold Its nest corsage. IImW. -..-.. .... wipe" i.km Triplt and n Orcutn I g ht table mirror only bed .rr, 1!

S pairs wu Mtt: for those game at 7:. tomorrow evenIng Several social: courtesies are a ....... sesssel auto nBc and night I table only ''f
1,'playing East- west, M. at the Recreation Center.It being planed for the Harntts 29900. !o.
irte a t is IIIIBI ........ a ...>
': Mrs. H. L. Gray and Mn. ww be matter point night before they leave for Pennsylvania later sasses psswl With Mania H
.,L. E. Grlnter took second Visitor. are welcome. ta November
;:place with 107*. D. W. Bowman Sreue's Pn.tiiial Color GUjot -, .7s.,,
and R A. Bennett were cart. evta SSBMW oU paint, r ; j
vmhh. ...... about
:'I: third with 102%. and Mr*. or Fwpt
:;j. E Moore and Mrs. F. J.Hoffef mass ut ioratafa JiM ptlol.fUaa .
came In fourth with wipe. Choose .*., vibnnt i
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Hoc v t eaonl pines ',.
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II108.Mrs.. Daniel ScarrtU and es soft delicate IbHa for fcmlnln.fr : l

::Dr. E. 0. Kirkland led the Bch PmtaeU eftwiaaUMd '. Id..l fee +, 1 I tI
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Dean and Mrs. Donald J. Hart with the hospitalities were Mrs. C. Arnold Matthews,"MI',

entertained faculty of the College Dr. and Mrs. Larry J. Ben- and Mrs. George R. Suns,
MONDAY, October M of Business Administrationof Guests
finger Dr. and Mrs. William Special
Luncheon honoring Miss the University of Florida
M. Fox Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Special guests for the oc a-
Frances Dabney Jones, with receptions on Friday and
and Mrs. JWsyne .
slon Dr.
bride elect of Donald Saturday evenings at their resI- T. Delnzer, Mr. and Mrs. CarlA. were .
Dr. and Mrs. Harry
Reltj
More Giles 12:30 p.m., Mrs. dence In Colfvlew. Anderson Dr. and Mrs. Alfred -
M. Dr. and Mrs.
\ William E. Barlnger and ,1 The four social events honorednew A. Ring Dr. and Mrs Robert Phllpott B. Maut, and Dean
Mrs. Louis J. Tatom, GreenRoom t. faculty of the college: their Ralph H.
I : Blodgett Dr. and and Mrs. Unton E. GrlntctIMTCIWATtOMM. .
HoUday.Inn. wives and husbands. I
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TUESDAY October 27 Autumn colors were used In
Buffet supper honoring 1 """' Hart home. .

I ; Mils Frances Dabney Jones, } .n'" Floral arrangements designed
t fiance of Donald I More by Mrs. John M. Champion, $
\ Giles of Lynchburg VL.I itia ,&r Mrs William V. WUmot Jr. Ddkdwi
I ISO: p.m. Mrs. K. R. Swln- and Mrs.J. Donald Butterworth,
'"
r ford and Miss Molly Morris \ ,j featured miniature Drone, gold .

,f'; on, at the former's home and white chrysanthemums and .
TWO Piece.I "':: :.
Route 'Three.THURSDAY fern.
October' M Those pouring punch were TO INTItOCUCI .n..4.:... .....
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Bridesmaids luncheon honoring ,9r Mrs. Ralph H Btodgett Mrs ELEGANT' ::
r. Miss Frances Dab .. Alfred A. Ring Mrs. George R. :Seto.
ney Jones bride-elect of Miss Grace Ya.t MA. .xYr Sims. Mrs. Richard L. A. Ster- I I
Caret Dedge Miss KatherhM H. KaopfRlveria MISS DIANA KAY NELSON ORf56' .
t Donald More Giles of Lynchburg ba. Mrs.'C Arnold Matthews, ..
Va., 130: p.m. MistKay Mrs. Carter C. Osterblnd, Mrs. :::'
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le .1.10.
Rq M
Knopf and Miss Gene Knopf-Stadelman; Nelson Wiggins John B. McFerrtn Mrs. PaulE. .
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Swy. u.It .....
Birdsong at the E. Huff InL Koefod. Mrs. WUllard E DEEPSILVER [
Jones residence, 1004 SW OORAL GABLES Dr. Country Club of Corral Mr. and Mrs. 0 M. Nelson I. Ida.The Stone Mrs. Allen M. Steven, e ee h. Cvrs.enredp
;.< Sixth Avenue and Mrs. William C. Knopf.of Gables announce the engagementof bridegroom elect a and Mrs. WUmot hisW u a see/saver
:Rehearsal dinner honorIng Coral Cables, formerly of The bride-to-be is spending their daughter, Miss Diana graduate of Palo Alto High Assisting Dr. and Mrs Hart
Miss Frances Dabney Gainesville announce the en- her senior year at the University Kay Nelson to R o n a I d Lee School Palo Alto, Calif, is
Jones and their son, Donald gsgement and approaching of Florida In absentia Wiggins son of Mr. and Mrs. presently a student at the ;

"a More Giles I p.m., Mr and marriage of their daughter from Sweet Briar College, M. J. Wiggins of Orlando. University of Florida. .
Mrs William Vernon Giles Miss Katherine H. Knopf of Sweet Briar Va: She was a The bride-elect was graduated December 26 has been chosen The ... .....

; of. Lynchburg, Va, ,Gainesville Gainesville and H. James member of the May Court from Gainesville High ss the date of the wed tile Welter
,"s. Golf and Country Club. Stadehnan m. son of",Mrs. and served on the Judicial School and Is presently a student ding, which will take place in IntiMWMtlmitt.JotaKM .
r' FRIDAY,October 31 Harold Maier of Fort Lauderdale Board at Sweet BrIar. at the University of Flor- the First Baptist Church.

Breakfast for out of town and the late H. :James. The bridegroom-elect Is takIng -
r guests and bridal party fet Stadebnan Jr' work toward a master's McAhsterArnoldORLANDO Cunard's fiHBIlll.

> teg"Miss. Frances: Dabney The wedding win be solem- degree In the College of Bust- 9 cwveeJen cruises
Jones and Donald Moore nlied December 23 at I pm, mesa Administration at the Mr and Mrs. glneering Department.
Giles of Lynchburg Va., m the Church of the Little University of Florida. He Is George V. McAlister of Or- The bridegroom elect was from Florida,fl.up.

I I Jl:JO i.m., Mr. and Mrs. C. Flower'of Coral Gables followed a member of Phi Delta Theta lando have announced: the engagement graduated from Edgewster! Sail from Fort Lauderdale
:Cooper,Bell,grandparents of by a reception at the fraternity. of their daughter High School where he was a aboard CunardTa eJr-oondl-
,the brideelectWedding Miss Gayne Elyse McAlister member of National Honor Honed. sUblliaeroquippedCarman So useful toe easegecelvay Abete
of Miss Frances to Gary Wayne Arnold son of Society and the Cross Coun Giant outdoor...* AMseer gift been. sew Gracious Living mal
'. Jones, daughter of DodgeGreene Mr. and Mrs. James E. Wood. try Track team He Is presently ming pool aVlevel Lido. Deck S 1*ORLEA I rear row"Be*Sliver",chooN DeepSUvetTZTHg
Dabney *.*. '
.Mr. and. lifts Edmund Rut: word of Orlando. a student at the University night club, superb FMO FW W %-, INTERNATIONAL SILVER COMPANY

lip Jones;: and Donald More RICHMOND Vs. Mr. Business Administrate He The bride elect was graduated of Florida, majoring service.cuisine,Every impeccable........IrtttoA. with

titles son of Mr. and Mrs.' and Mrs. A..P. Dodge of Rich Is a member of Sigma Phi from Edgewater! High 1 in .business administration.Mr. private flCill.... Choose your RIGISTIR ret mi rims AWAIDID
has
;WUllam Vernon Giles of' en. Epsilon fraternity School where she was club editor Arnold served as cnilwiDM IACH SAT. IN OCT. ...
the ,
Va .
Lynchburg, Va., 7 p.m., Holy mond announce Plans have been made for of the school snnusl She president and secretary of Janet I. GilfUHem. 1214 N.W. 14th Avenue) .'
\ gsgement of their daughter, Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity 13:,11 days,>parts,W08 opt Winner .
.:jrlnity Episcopal Church. a December wedding attended the University of .U ,c. *teeter ** Red Wing PeeerxArM' .
Jollowed by a reception at the Miss Grace Carol Dodge to Florida and is now employedby and a member of Scabbard J- 4, a days a puss. $140 apt
U ,I ..$900
Jm.IS. daya part pIa
of and Blade military honorary.The .law t.. rNMaee.aMa55ve
Inn. Hicks Greene son
James
:University. Southern BeD Telephone wedding will be an '", 11 days,8|...,Se00 apt
... Wedding of Miss Loll Mr. and Ms. T. U. Greene ChurchCircles and Telegraph Company En- event of December 26 at Park r...0, JT days,10 ports.HTO ape ..
I. "Cayle Fullagar daughter of of Gainesville Lake Presbyterian Church of r..17, 13 days,I part.9413 ape
:>>S. Evelyn Louise Fulla- Mir 1C.IS days,I pert.MOO ape
:gar of Gainesville and William Miss Dodge attended Madison ReceptionWill Orlando. Mar lo;10 days,1 part.tYM ape

Fullagar of Rochester College. HarrIaoab u r I.V. Apr le, I days,S pees IM ap.WORLD .
N. Y., and Arthur Manuel .., and was graduated from Honor St. Patrick'sDeanery See /
Home Jr.. son of Mrs. Lacy Medical College of Virginia I TUESDAY, October tt MeetSt /rlsw"..fovpJJSre.pius'
:.Edward Sears and the late UarmslTy Methodist ChrdI.Womaa' Footes
School of Medical Technology. Perry
'Arthur M. Home I m., of
I p. Society of Christian Augustine Deanery _
member of
Is
She a Sigma _
Chapel of the University sorority Service I JO. am, Wes Invitations have been extended the St. Augustine Diocesan
Methodist Church.MMiscellaneous. Sigma' Sigma Jeyl'auDclltlallLoullle. to members of the Council of Catholic Women -
\ shower Mr. Greene wee graduatedfrom Phil Ufteraa CharesWomen's University of Florida Administrative met recently at the Pal- TRAVEL
complimenting Miss Judith the University of Florida Missionary Council and t h sir atka Woman's Club with St.
I Beasley bride-elect. of Grower with a 'degree from the League I JO a.JB Parish Hall. wives for a reception honorIng Monlcs's Altar GufB as host. SERVICE
f Ford 8 p.m., Mrs. John College of Engineering and First Methodist Church Dr. and Mrs. Perry A. ess to more than MO members '
WFt end
V Hardison 1701 NW Sixth alee received his master's degree Women's Society of Christian Foote, whose marriage took MIDI SHOP : ..
101 W. UNIV fir 4t
Street from the UF College of Service 10:30 a.m., gen- place October 17. Representing St. Patrick's 105 N.W. 11th ft. 'MIST
)oral meeting, luncheon U:IS Women's Club at the meeting ..
0.1.1.1'I ti ,,.... Church.Aa Mrs. Foote is the former were: 0r

I Bridal Parties" Mrs Robert Lee, .)JIowman Mrs. Daniel Bremen Mrs.
antique dGi"alrrv1ue'plate *"Jr.; Anthony Caputo, Miss Doris e ,':
matching her pattern Kahn Mrs. Wesley Lambert
was presented to. the bride- The reception win be given Mrs. August Lang,
elect by Mrs. Herbert and Sunday, November 1, from 3 Mrs. Harry Lawton. Mrs.
i 3 ., Fete Miss Jonescard Mrs., Miles. to 4:311 p.m. at the University Amos Luckhaupt Mrs. Edward
Guests were the honoree Women's Clubhouse West Murphy Mrs. J. H.

her mother,Mrs. Robert West, Newberry Road.Hostesses Palmer, Mrs Andrew Row
t Continuing he pre-weddsg accompanying the gift, Mrs. J. HiBIa "Miller Mrs for the afternoonwill and Mrs. Paul Samorlski.
pertles for Miss Frances Dab- featured an original poem. Hudson Meeser, Mrs. W. E. be wives of the faculty Honorable mention was received
Bey Jones fiancee of Donald written in rhyme by...... .... Mrs. Louis Tstom, of the UF College of Pharmacy by St. Pstrlck's Club
Moore Giles of Lynchburg FogeL, Mrs. D. E. Baughaa and Miss of which Dr. Foote is for their Christmas. Shrine

r., .' Va, several bridal courtesies Beset Sneer. ....., Molly Morrison. dean. entry.
a were given last week.
On Wednesday eveeIa.lh.
t Saturday afternoon. Miss T. Walter Herbert and Urn

. Ann Arnow entertained with a Guy Miles feted Miss '.-.
luncheon at the Gainesville with a prMUpUalllldrtt supper "
L Golf and Country Club. Miss and kitchen shower at the
Arnow was assisted m the hospitalities Miles home.
by her mother Mrs.
'
Winston E. Arnow. The serving table laid with
a white Philippine graat cloth,
An antique silver epergne
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centered with marble
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placed at one end of the table Playtex
replica of the Venus da Mile
held white roses stock chrysAthemums -
and frosted white wearing a tiny kitchen apron.
[ Baby white chrysantbsinuine: Padded Bra
'...pes. Clusters of chryllDoUlemuml ,
and white
bath greenery tapers encircled I.
arranged on
y the flgnrkte. .
es-teat fen were laid at toter-
Tilt down the length of the Clothespins dressed ae-bride. :reg. h ',ti '4
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table dolls marked each platy,
Places were marked for These were later autographedand '..,
Miss Jones Miss Helen Graham presented to the IJrIde. now $295 \;

Miss Jennie Murphree, elect during the" shower, of ,
Miss Betty Pound Miss Anne kitchen gifts .
"0I1p1". Miss Kay Knopf Miss
Jane Johnston, Miss Carolyn -.

.Branaa. Mrs. Raymond E. Your T N -z'f I If tow eeN Mr eIe sI$ "....,, .
,Watson, Mrs. James G. Feiner f ,
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J,.. Mrs. Marcos MUamm :.} ; .A r' saelnbu. wuekb/ ,,,-

Mrs.Laony Sommese and '.Portrait ( _t trig ,.-
IMrs. Kennel Hodge. ..
-- Miss Arrow- presented the rwld. b. ..
honoree w 11 h a corsage of /

miniature white orchids and a a wtkonMtJChrttttnat N.lei peel )rat wWi Now you fit < .::

.:gift of silver. ie Mt I heeb .eebswy .. /r .-
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Eatertato =
3 Fear Hostesses
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ltug how. Mwea. Cesedmis e..+.ettenn.sew 11
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Another luncheon- honoring r
1 kiss J Jonee took place Thurs- ,, .4.r.o fWri /toyte*......Padelefttne ..Set 1h. 1 "

day afternoon when Mrs. Gift. aupe tee soft end r/.y sohthrrtghoessMteeeaedhbuwahrt ,

.lames H Fogel Mrs. Edgar ...?M. f 1.eaaeMTheeupeaemediaw .
.. Johnson. Mrs. B. Y. Ktoasy whir .... a1 new reer.. .
-'Jr. and Mrs Brace Roberto ..... flit ... .toIedrubber
:were hostesses at the Tower f DsMuHivllb/ .wino, perie.NOM. itfv>a'MsiftPiMfW nIMreiW ,Weak Naoeteendeglla..etpe"r. ,
I '"'* tA .
.House allt1so1t-MwtCMllWe... .. -
*,A turquoise and. white color Freid Awdensn 0.".,155 J
-note was emphasized. to theluscheoe "hope been. ....... ......... hcahdrd+epeILrylMnewbtrye Oaseewmz aua..o. .n m
with Unco IMS. The .vo. Mafter year padded.e end eeue I "
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appointments .....
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alniature tarojuok' ceramic s gam ano" a***. '1.00.HMTTV.offer earpkee: Morn .

piano filled with svrojHase ear WhIII.A. .lap 32-1. .
Make ew see na raw teder :/ MIT MOW AND SAVItUM
nations sad white chrysanthemums r
1:. centering the table. hoe en It 0 o cswv vu WIll es tunis..aeM a.een ... .... $3.95 now enlyflM/ ,' CtNTIAL CNAMfllCHAtOf'UrlAMS-

: Guests toduded the bride lope O.WLw.' A s.dnhd )
: to. be. her soother Mrs. fcy Getanrtllfs flnM.e*-..- !"" LAYAWAY w. .
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.E. Ruffle Jones. Mrs. WHUem is_ ,

Gray, Mrs.Kenneth Morris n ,"SJ2.' !1" wM.tebeb nLImlled -Aw'5.., B-L FOUNDATION
Mrs. L.L Buderfleld and 121 N.W. litfc St. ""
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:eph Risers Mrs. Graham r' DEfrr.1tE .
Rich.Mrs. George Hack,Mrs.
K. R. Swtaferd. Mrs. Clarence ttw
: OTXeffl. Mrs. W. E. Bwlger.
Mrs. L. B. BntasrfleU sad minded meld

MIll Sandra SwtotorC 109 W. UNIVERSITY AVI. Fft 2.Z721Of lit'1rirr'r ..IIOw'ee' with the MtO,
White carnation fWIIIII
were .prssentod to ICes Jones *. 91* 5:30 I Of

and her mother by the hostesses t Cors.tia;
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II Calendar Of f EventsSUNDAY :Holiday 'UF Women Politically Mature ,,, ; The' fiery Dior Goes West will To publication Tokyo, he win stag his :

meet the chic new East this full-scale fashion show before 1 :!
University of Florida Women Mrs: M." T 'Harimap'J '
r. winter Jihen Marc Bohan of members of the Royal Tarnllyv :I
October
X Supreme Forest
Woodmen are becoming more politically
president, Introduced mem Christian Din packs up his official
Alpha Omicron PI, Tea Circle high government I
Installation of mature. Dean of
Officers; Clothes Women
bers of the board models and his collection
executive
pretty

and members of the diplomat- j
Honoring Mrs. J. M. Tro- Odd Mama told
730pm: Fellows Hall. Brady members
who were seated at the head for to Tokyo this ,
a trip Ie during a charity event
Ian, I to 4:30: p.m., Chapter' University of Florida College of the Gainesville Woman'sClub corps j
table. Mrs. William T. Arnett November
to benefit the W I t
House (19 Panhellenlc Drive. 'of Education Faculty, :.It Is not too early for Wednesday afternoon at / first vice .. Introduced Japan
president
to i fashion trade' Cross.EDMUND .
Jacob Roberts Brown Society Wives the Club bouse. According i
S p.m., \University, mothers of little girls to, Dean Brady. '- '
Children of American Women's Clubhouse, Newberry think about making holi- Dean Brady, guest speakerfor w / Andrews
Mrs. John
andMrs.
Revolution, 2:30 p.m., Miss' Road.:, '. day clothes for party or the traditional Halloween i
Jack
Bates served DWYER
Rebecca Sanders, 3201, .NW r r Philharmonic Society l t 8. play time. Imaginative luncheon, discussed the subject of' the decorations as cochairman .
15th Avenue.MONDAY p.m., Dr. and Mrs. R. C. outfits can be created "The Changing Role of Electrologlst
committee assisted Mrs
,October M*, Williamson, ,4732 SW Fifth" with unexpected fabrics, Florida.Women"at the University of F. Shewey, Mrs. Tommy by Ridgen C.- UNWANTED ,
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such be-
Place. k. i- as those shown
Alpha Gamma Delta Alum Mrs. Lamar Hatcher,
Since 1943 when MO ,
Club t WEDNESDAY,,, October 2 tt low. Tht patterns art women Mrs. E. B. and ,
nee p.m./M1a JaneC \ first admitted : O'Kelley Mrs. II till
were to
available in the fabric the I
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Junior j },Welfare .League
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Miller, 206 NW 17th"SL'' Harold Snerrbiger. j
7:30 ,, I 11 ,.111.,' i,Guaranty t i Fader- departments of e 11 y university, their participation ,... ... ....
p m., .Recreation: Ceo- In Hostess committee for the
ter. ; + al Building <. V: *3 J>' 'stores. (New. York Times,I campus activities has Increased luncheon directed Modietl1'f 11'/1 AI.,...,,'
In all areas each was by co-
Gainesville Bridge Club, Gainesville Bridge Club, drawings.) year," the Dean of Women chairmen Mrs. Ralph J. Hayes IT AMI Can*".*n"""*2-SOS OnlySIMM
7:30 i
: p.m., Holiday Inn.
7:30: p.m., Recreation Center.Women' said. and Mrs. C. Montgomery\ 107 W a Unlranity AVMM
University of Florida Worn.en' and Mrs. M. L. Rudderman .
Auxiliary' to Ala-'; "This year, 4,737 women -
cbua County. Medical Society -; Club newcomers' are enrolled," she stat was hi charge of publicity. --- r,
7 to 830: pm, J. Wills Bridge, 8 p.m., Mrs. Charles ed. "They art registered for .1 i i
Miller Health Center Audi- Fairbanks' Mrs. Alex Bed- classes In an collage sand : t tj
torlum. aarek, Clubhouse,' West .New schools In the university with
berry Rod the exception of the School of Dean Mama Brady
:Gainesville Junior Wom Chapter AFVPEO, 10 am, Forestry." bfr fr
an's Club 1:15 the decorations of the c I u "pH; i
: a m coffee, Mrs.' R. F.'Head, Jr.,' 'Mrs. Housing Is the limiting far 1 C'S
9:30 a.m. meeting, Mrs. B. house with a straw man, '
H. E. Dunlap,. Ml,NW. 32nd, tor for enrollment of women
Joe Ifllder, 2046 NW l4th Street. rounded by pumpkins, ,
o Dean Brady pointed i o u t, lur.1 f
Avenue.' Cosmos Club, 10 ,a.m.,, sewIng -, since aQ freshmen women and greenery, decking .t )
University 1 Toastmas- covered dlsn ,*, luncheon, art now required to live on stage. :, ":
ter's:L9ub, 11:30: am, Unlversfly )- noon, Mrs.H.':I VVtDs,' campus unless they are residents The speakers' table c enA :

of Florida Faculty. NW 14th Street..,* V* \.! of Gainesville. .,.,, '
ChttV Chapter AP. P. .OWf 1031: 1 i Through work In the Wom Ir 1b I 'I.r ." }

,Gainesville Woman's Club a m." Mrs. G. \R. >! ( en's Self Government Association =--- East .University' Avt. holle Fit. 6-6056 ,. ,.
General Meeting, 2 p.m., Mrs.: Tom Abbot, 113 SW I Ii Residence: HaD Councils, =-= = = ', ,
Mowed by International Re-' ;i 43rd Terrace. i .Mortar Board and the Wei- I : : .f
1
lotions Tea I University Women's Club; comt League, Florida co eds '
p.m., Clubhouse @o3k9 I.. 0 'I JI11 ''f'
West University Ave- Crafts Group, ,9:30 a. m., are stressing responsibility for I ( 'f" '
nue" Florida Union Craft Shop themselves and others, the .- Zb : : )

TUESDAY, o w.eron THURSDAY, October M speaker believes. .,.' : r
Dean Brady came to theUniversity
!'XL' Phi Chapter of Sigma Alacnua"r General I Hospital v lamCLASSIC ...
In mi the
first
as
PhlT7 Federal Auxiliary! Luncheon, : Noon,, .
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p.m., Guaranty \. ""' ,"** dean of women. .H :
Building, Covered Dish. Holiday Inn.: Sot Is a graduate of the University CARDIGAN ;
District 10 Nurses Association -
Merrye t e r Square 1 of Cincinnati I
p p e s and attended i-- -
Dance Club, t p.m., 'Gainesville 8 p.m., Alachua General Attril Corduroy bass Columbia University I I'r PULLOVER .. :
Hospital,. Room 340. ,enesptcted< fabric for .. ...; I,
Recreation Center, HaHioween ) : FRIDAY October M a child's tiered frees, and Bryn Mswr. She ;Joined) .. "n o. .
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costume dance. Gainesville Bridge Club,' f Vofm Pattern G07'for the U.S. Marine Corps in TMy'rs all'now and we have 'em now. look '. '. Jj
suns 4 INS and after three of .
American Association i 'of,1/' cm1,1 Holiday Im. to Is 71 cents service had attained years the wool daisies with a.clost and cozy weave ': u

University Women, Evening 'Auburn Alumni Club rank of major. a luxurious surface that looks soft, feels ., ,

Bridge, 9 p.m.,; Mrs., S.' dinner, 7 p.m.,; proceeded She Is an active member of heavenly Extra. wide turn-over cuffs. Fully ':, ..... t t
S. Koru and Mrs.: H. R.0 by social hour- at 0 "p.|j m., the National Association of fashioned, too. Colors are newer, too. ,: r

Ellis, 1130 SW fth Road. Holiday; Inn. Women Deans and Counselors, Brlghts, darks and helthe,.. Sizes 34 to 49.t .\
the American College Personnel -
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Association and North $8.00 ;. ... I "
'k ,Florida Guidance Association. .

r Honored guests for the = h':" .., .i .. .. ,
luncheon were base mothers y "

on the VF campus., ,. '" \
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They included Mrs. Kenneth Z JS; atdd I 1

Mr.. lad Mrs. Pan 0. Brewa 'of 'Dawson.'Os.;, have announced Har, Kappa Alpha 1 Theta; 1" 'ii
the arrival of a song Pal t Gflbsii'Brow II,' on Mt'Ae..r rs. Wilson I Boyce, Kappa 14-DIAMOND

October 12 at Alachua General Hospital Krs.> Brown. .Is the Delta; Mrs. Joe S. Clark Sr., F4'F 1''J:
former Miss Ana Palmer of Gal elvW.. Phi Mu; Mrs. George Persons ELGINThe r
I The baby la the maternal grandson of Mr.'andW. Mrs.! Freak Sigma Kappa: Mrs. W. !

Palmer and the p.ternalll'8ftdcblld of Mr. awl Mrs. W. H. A. Skinner, Alpha Delta PI, sophisticated elegance \ .
Brown of Dawson, Ca. His great-grandparents are E. D. Hague Mrs. Blanche Banks, Delta that no woman can resist!
of Alachua and the late Mrs, Hague and Mrs. R A. Palmer, M Delta Delta, and Mrs. W. A. Seven diamonds to a side, ii.r' ''t
formerly. of. Alachua, and the late Mr Palmers Berry, CM Omega. contrasted against the 14K '
Mrs. Christine Stares, Phi brush finish of this squire- .
.V'.M" Tau, and Mrs., Wilson Rudy, east, 17.jewel Elgin.convenient I'I'I.I.
""Josephine Lowmon PI Kappa PhI are membersof
the Woman's Club. 1150 "'
Halloween colors of black
and orange were featured In terms
Why Grow tered with chrysanthemums, *"*

autumn leaves and lie r rtes, \
v V was edged with black a e t OPEN FRI. NITE TIL 9 PM. 1.11
t caught by velvet ribbon and
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Old? pyracantha. -.._ ,- ... __ 0

) \ Wool cWI -

p'The' newest fashion fad from were by far the more lmmod > I anbe juinptr Mints landehirt.Butterlck: A PENNEY FASHIONS' IN

Paris the )pants suit, plannedto est and vain of the two sexety Pit- 1 1sr

be worn by elegant womenon showing off their legs In tern MM for sineX ]

city In their streets beards., has men They moaning complain ed thighs, their long hair color-jk,un. 4 ">. 1 to. | is '0 cints. !cmneufvVAYft YOUR FUTURE AND EVERYWHERE

"What kind of modem der plumed hats and their status BUST> QUALITY .
with befurred and beJeweWed i < icrn withMOEN
progress Is this when you can't satins. *" t top
tell men from women?"
By the time of Louis XIV
'
It the pants suit is generally
adopted on every Main Street the gentlemen had reached the
In the country, men can com ultimate In glamour. They NIW LAVATORY PAUCIT j
fort themselves with the strode around bedecked with Only One HandMUMIINO
knowledge that many times ribbons and bows, cascades of
throughout history men. and lace, Jeweled garters and fur \. '
women dressed alike, and muffs. They doused themselves ,.... ; t.'j'. :
somehow nobody got too con with perfume and used powder ," to 'i:1I": 0
fused. der and rougt. Their hair' !' 't ::; 'fI' O\, ....1.
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1 was worn so long and curly tJ'J ,.,
Fashion stealing has : '
never .
been a one-way street that those whost! hair wouldn't1I'01r' "',". 1. :t ;"t...:.
begat' to
wear huge I. "
In past years men stole outrageously wigs. Their shots had higH : )t') : ,r
from women's styles red heels and ,they carried II{ ,
in dress and coiffure. In handkerchiefs. Yet there Is no \: ." r : {;" ;',. t
early Rome, both sexes wore record that the ladles could INC ,.;} I' ""H .
togas draped the same way.' not tell the men from the worn- M tltfcPLACI .. '
During the Byzantine Empire, ea SKONI UJ040SKRITAGL

both'men and women wore the I I -.. I t '
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tunics and jeweled err. ,,
girdles with mantles fasten ,
at the right shoulder. Theft
bright ankle high bootleti /taO\ fc
were the same. Their only obvious -
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long hair for the women and
abort hair for the men.
I The first really distinctive
parting of the ways came soon
after the early middle ages m

Male tunics became shorter .. % +
and shorter until they barely -
covered the thighs and men

wore their hair shoulder r 1
length.<< Women kept their long caan
gowns and even grew brains
on them. They plucked their Oil
hair back on their foreheads,
covering chat was left with FOK SUITS ith
huge headdresses and cloths 'I
of silk and other material OR SOLO. .

For many many years, mativl'

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C blouses fashions styled. ] to stretch '

far fit cosjifort sled
style fAt
The absolutely perfect Fall blouse. In "Cora

: Mia" crept a luxurious blend of AmtlJ rriacttatt home, bfficror club these smartly ;
and Fortrel polyester prints end ? tailored skirt fashions ?
with the
were styled
solids. Impeccably styled to odd that extra touch
706 wet uN vtR. Avt.. of fashion to suits Just os dashing on its own f octive you In mind: Solid/ colon'In sjosy-cort

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' 1.IjCrewsDenton Nuptials Read Gray Hodge-Rogers Fall Jewelry' Shows :- ..1



I ?. Solemnized Saturday eveS Ladies '

: r Ding, the marriage of Miss Look Of Gold .
t f 'Lucille Franklin Denton and f

, Bobby Lucius Crews took Aa fashion goes so goes dants mark waistlines; wide,
I ) place Saturday evening at the CappedCapping Jewelry. This season's trend mesh, pearls and gems ire on
i First Baptist Church: Dr. '
'I 3 is to fluid movement, and the after dark.
I / Fred T. Laughon. Jr., pastor Ceremony for Gray jewelry is no exception move
I officiated at the ceremony. Earrings swing and sway; Dramatic pins make a fashIon -
The bride is the daughter of Lady Volunteers, who are pendants go into discreet motion point alone, but they are
r Sant Paul Denton of Norllna, working the Sunland Train .k A'4 3i : long ropes and chains also frequently designed for ..
P N.C., and the late Mrs. Den log Center was held recently I'' ton. The bridegroom'. Is the la Hope Chapel the Cen ble up at the neckline; glitter a pendant as well as a
son of Crews Mr. and M r a. Raymond ter. ing ashes with their own pen- pin.

Dr. Tommy Ruth Waldo was Gray Ladles tipped were sage for traveling. After a per. High Springs; Jack Rogers ..
,r organist end M r a. Aubrey Mrs ElaIne Allen Mrs Ella- wedding trip to Daytona Panama City; Mr. and
| !r I Daniels, soloist abate! 0. Godley, Mrs. Will. Beach, the newlyweds will Mrs. D. T. Mann Miss Jean
*J White gladioli, chrysanthemums live In Newberry. .
mae Uchtenwalter and Mrs. Rogers Miami: Mr. and -
t ? and brass candelabra Out of town guests present Mrs Fred Weed Jr.,. Evin- .
,::1 t holding white tapers adornedthe ,,e + + Janice Sawyer Included Mrs. Rhea Wolf.I soon, Mr and Mrs. Mark .-
,(\ altar.UJ" Those participating la the liL M Mr. and Mrs. Collls Land Hall, Mrs Mervin SchofMd.
Given In her Mrs. Tom U. Greene, Mr. '
marriage by were George D.Mason Carl Hays. Trenton, Mr.
i father, the bride wore a gown program and Mrs. Coburn Rain Miss and Mrs. John Purnell Mrs. ...
)i of Chantilly lace, featuring a Chairman of the Alachua Annie L. Elliott all of Gainesville Rosa Lee McCultors. at r .. .....
bell skirt underscored with County Chapter of AmericanRed ; Sarah Hodges, Archer; Mrs. ...
f I) kerchiefpnints of scalloped Cross; Mrs. Ralph Court Mr. and Mrs. Byron Butler C. T. Johnson A I Ie hua, ....
j: l lace. Her veil of illusion fell National Red Crow Volunteer and Mrs. Ola Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Watson ..
II from a coronet of pearls and Field Consultant: Mrs. Mary Perry; Mr. and Mrs W. T. Suwannee Cables and -
she carried bouquet of white Medlin, Executive Secretaryand Shuler, Ocala; Lowell Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sapp Willlston. 'H.
fe roses and lily of the valley Hone Service Director; and Miss Eva Lois Coo- ..
centered with a white orchid. Mrs Elaine Allen, Unit Chairman

Attendant and R. C. Phillips, SU-
j Sister Is tares
Mrs. Marshall Fleming, sister perintendent of Sunland. w

i of the bride, was matronof Applications for a second w41 ....- I
honor. "t de 'l odyrd unit of the Gray Lady-Gray ..= j
[ Bridesmaids were Miss 1at! RY't+K' If' it'A Men Volunteers will be taken
r Barbara Crews, Miss Monica :
? Alton and" Miss Dorothy ;f w* ton *#<* & from S a.m until 1pm., at LAST WEEK -.... 'I
\ Thomas.AH the Red Cross Office 19 SW
of the attendants wore v stud up J 4rrti'1 2nd Street ti Mrs. Wilson Bryan Hodge ........ \

I willow satin faced p eau de Mrs. Bobby Lochs Crews An orientation for volunteerswill NEWBERRY Mr. and Jerry Hodge, nephews of the .,.".A"
< sole dresses adorned with be held at 10 '.m. Mrs. Wilson Bryan Hodge bridegroom.The I
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accessoriesfor
matching Jackets of Alencon ceremony a. matching were married on October IS bride's mother chose a .N
Wednesday.For
ff )lace. They carried bronze Fiji reception was given In the, her traveling ensemble. at the First Methodist Church, blue crepe sheath dress with ..... .
t : chrysanthemums. church: : Following their weddingtrip further Informal ion, Newberry with Rev. John L. lace bodice, beige accessor-: I
Raymond Crews served his The bride chose a white the newlyweds will be at those interested should call Martin and Rev. T.' Gerald lei, and a rose corsage for ."
'i a son as best man. Ushers mohair suit, a mink tricorn, home at 313 NE Ninth Street. Mrs. Allen or the Sunland Williams officiating. The her daughter's wedding. The -.

I It'' were Lex Strickland I Sam Training Center. ceremony was performed be- bridegroom's mother wore a -.
Smith Garland Wallace and fore en altar adorned with arrangements blue dress and rose corsage. I ....
.j Dick Borle. of white chrysanthemums
\ i Mrs. Woodrow Scheain, sis Founders Circle Celebrates gladioli and palms the Following bride's parents the ...
I .\;, ier of the bride, wore a gold The bride formerly MI I Is i ed with a ceremonY'1 .
" w: Imported mohair ensemble Judith Rogers, is the daughter berry Municipal Build ONCE-A.YEAR

and matching accessories The of Mr. and Mrs James In,. ..
bridegroom's mother wore a Thomas Rogers of Newber The bride's table, overlaid '
: urquoise sheath dress with '1. The bridegroom Is the with a cut work tablecloth
I t'i' Alencon lace bodice and son of Mr and Mrs. WI I Iliam was adorned with garlandsof SAVINGS EVENT'

.: matching JacketVoting I Bryan. Hodge of Newberry. smilax and white flowers.
'' Mrs. J. P. Hays, cousin of The punch table was decorated

: Mother'sLeague the bride was organist and with sliver candelabra, .,.
SALE ENDS SAT OCT. 31st
4 Miss Robin Russell was soloist Reception Asslstaats ,

Electi t .yt t- ..,'. Given. in marriage by 'her Itles Assisting were Mrs.In the S. P.hospital-Get* Reg. 1.35 styles Now 1.17 pair ;:

/ father, the bride wore a en, Mrs. P. C McDUda. Mrs.
Officers r .0, .. .aA. white pears de sole gown featuring A. M. Green. Mrs T. C. Reg. 1.50 styles Now 1.28 pair :;
,; !" a bell shaped skirt Green Mrs D. S Vldeon i {
>'oung Mother's League < and chapel train. Her veil of Mrs C. F Cumbee Mrs. Reg. 1,65 styles Now 1.41 ":,'
elided officers recently at # illusion fell from a head- Fred Tyner Mrs W. 0. Red, pair
the home of Mrs. Joseph r a piece of white leaves.'. Her Mrs V. M. Chaataln Jr., www
Watklns They are: ; bouquet was of white carnations Mrs. J. B. Smith, .Mrs. Albert Reg. 1.75 styles Now 1.50 pair
j Mrs. Harry Aylesw 0 r t h, i roses and stephanotis Saarmen, Mrs. M. L. '
president; Mrs. Gary Stein-' \: VS Miss Jacque Rogers, sister Bishop, Mrs. K. J. ? CelgtrMrs. I+I Reg. 1.95 styles Now. 1.66 pair :: :
hoff, vice president; Mrs. : of the bride, was maid of hon C. Boyd, Mra, J. *. .
I' Paul Reedy, secretary; Mrs. or, Miss Shirley Baylor of Hodge. 'Introduce
yourself to the beauty, fashion and LEG- :
Also Mrs. 0. Langford.
Michael Stokes treasurer
; Newberry was bridesmaid I .
SIZE fit of .
B.IIe-Stsprmeer'stoektoe, during this
Mrs Joe Ward historian; .i and Mrs Pat Swllley of Mrs. D. H. Parker Mrs.Lobe .
onc.allnt... Your. 'SEAMLESS and
Mrs. George Wheeler, char- .' : ,. Gainesville, brldesmatron. Roland, Mrs B. .....1 FULL FASHION styles cvolloblf favorite reduced
ore ot These :
1 Ity project chairman; Mrs, "I" j., fJJ. chit, Mrs. R. Gray,. Mra. P. ,
; ... The attendants wore gowns price thru Sat. Oct.: 31'it. HURRY]}
Ray Whited, social chairman .. ." ry featuring green velvet bodIces A. Lelvonen Mrs. 0. D.
a ; Mrs. Joseph Watkins ; and cream colored brocade Suggs Jr., Mrs. Fred Wood BELLE SHARMEER SUPPORT HOSIERY.,
<< .. Mrs. Jerry Brown, Miss Helen REG. 495-595. NOW M5OSiws
\j ways and means; Mrs. '( I skirts, matching accessories
r.\ Bernard Grimes publicity; l" ;; '. ," and carried bouquetsof Marlowe and Mrs. Rhea '
and Mrs. Haywood Willies ; ror yellow roses and croton Wolf. -ItNtt Plea.
membership chairman. leave. The bride chose a blue wool wry 1vnVgi
Plans were discussed for the suit and a white rose cor-
j.Iit J. R. Hodge, brother of "
the League's booth at the bridegroom,' served as best
: Halloween Carnival man. Ushers ware Jim Cot-
I' The next meeting Is tchedtiled Early members and long-time friends of the Founder Circle of the Gaines fey of Gainesville, Richard
for November 12 at 7:45p villa Garden Club are pictured above dlscuMlnc a floral arrangement with Holt and Terrell Bass, both of 1
'I' .m. st the Guaranty Federal Club President Mrs. Joseph. T. Hndaoa" Jr. during the fortieth anniversary tea Newberr7. r -
I I Savings and Loan Building Thursday" afternoon., Seated left to right are. Mm. B. P, Revllle, Mrs. L. T. Me- Nieces. Nephews Attndaats
'Community room. Young land" state historian of the Florida, Federation of Garden Club, Mrs. John M. Uttle Misses PrlsclUa and
i mothers are invited to at-' Scott, emeritus, ) circle member,, and Mrs. C. C. Voyle. Holly Shuler, both of Ocala,
tIIId.'t nieces of the bride, were flower
'" Founders Circle of the signed and made corsages for
1927.Cohostesses girls. They wore green
't Gainesville Garden Club cel- for the tea the tea and Mrs F. Wallace floor-length frocks and carried
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I Your Food Thursday afternoon Mrs. F. L. SchwarU. arrangements for the af kets. .
Mrs. Alice Clapp Brown de fair. Ring bearers were Jim ands
with a tea at the home of ..
Money Go?
Mrs. Charles K. Kammon.
t 1 Where does your food money -
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go* Denoting ruby red of the fortieth MN
i re7 vVfwVftwet
Mrs: Gladys Kendall marketing anniversary, a center /4it$ t loot -
specialist Florida Agricultural
. Extension Service, piece of Christian Dior roses .,
adorned the tea table.
i \ says that marketing spe- .....
t cialuU with the U. S. Department Presiding at the tea table
of Agriculture re- were Mrs. Louis J. Tatom and M .

cently shopped for some M Mrs. E. W. Garcia a put Playtex 1lLw' '
\i I' food items following a mod president 0 f the Gainesville jI
i.erate. cost food plan an average Garden Club.Hi.hl1&htlng.
ri+: family of four might Padded Bra -
", the anniversary x.. -
use.Here Is what they found: program was the reading of yt S :
',. Meat poultry, fish and activities and 'accomplish u
.a eggs took 40 per cent of the menus of Founders Circle At! reg.
I. money. from 1K4-B by Mrs. C. C.
tr Ve.eta1Ilea.nd fruit were \oylesThl* was the same now $95 f s
account that she read at a circle
j next biggest items using 23
percent. meeting held. September

'/>: Milk, cheese, Ice cream accounted II, 11:1. ..
for 14 per cent; flour Mrs E. T. Lord was the

and cereals 10 per cent and first president of Founders new ash cups aay .**>' ., .0
ether Kerns such as margarine Circle. forerunner of the present '3T a i
t coffee, butter, soft Garden Club. The circle .gg ds w wesheba fmid.
drinks Jams and sugar used became a member of the State wilswf nswerl.w.. j g .
tw remaining per cent. Federation of Garden Clubs! In "
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Portrait Class CU.lllOM4. Light end tuppl On e MwuMkmjtwoinch :
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1984 his been the of have come full circle, as the
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; ? .FFWC Textured Stockings Newest Fashion Fad the resurgence' for textures, ,pundits prognosticate lah I I
and' from their start In the ion wilLYou'll II I

The racy. but ,racy stockIngs fers a wider variety of patterns
\ t :: DistrictMeeting that took over Paris are rather than the variations Be A I
exciting fashion news J just of patterns p o p n I.r In I
everywhere this fall. 1934, and runs the gamut Stand.OutAny
Legs have never had so ..' } ; .. from country .casual to city
; : much attention fashionwlse. ;' : slicker. E

Knee-high and over the- : }:} .tt.t.it. Nyba was first Introducedb !r Place. .
knee hose have provocative 1131. thea came ayhm and '
GIBSON
Junior< t\ GAY
Day, a'work shop appeal They come In textures lace ta 1M7, sometimes caned
for Junior Women'i ClubsIn and colors keyed for studyIng \'. "Kantram", then renamed and
District Five of the Hor- :;
and
dining, shopping Nylace. "seventeen"agree
Ida Federation of Women'sClubs
and blend
dancing, styled to
was held it Rainbow with skirts, dresses or shorts, For daytime casual wear t g
Springs Wednesday. The according to Suzanne Lane, stockings are available in cable v a
shape'sthe j
the
... Dunnellon Junior Woman' New York fashion coordina knits. tweed knits, thickor r )
., Club wu hostess club for J
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thing
...: tilt meeting. tor.While thin rib or, diamond- a'
some designers ef shaped One stretchable style,
:: : of fle
: Fine Arts
Departments swim suits and eveulig rich In texture, has the effect ;
: = attending clubs displayed seen -and on
gowns are suggesting Hut to of mohair.
-:" art work done by club members day' wemei bar their seals $, the October cover I
o Gainesville Junior lie designers *f women's her Other styles for daytime of Seventeen 1 1a
: ;whose paintings were exhibited >>- lery are taking the modem '. wear stop at the knee in IIUIgazino-thia I
.. are: Mrs. John Baldwin miss back te grandmother' stretch nylon and orion and skunmy little Paisley
Mrs. Philip Dlugnld are fetching foils for the new b with J '
I Mrs. E. Alray Howard, Mrs.. day.And Jumper or vested suit style Q .print really 'I
while the fate of the it! In very sheer
J. R.' Bins and Mrs. Harry so popular this fill t
Pryitowiky. strapless suit. and gown Ia Hosiery faahlmu have com, ,, fall, circle. It's difficult to know which" one of the e wool eWI" r
Mrs. Donald E. Rose of left hanging, women are atocklngiahown above wa knitted in 1934 by the Berkshire Corporation' and And for those glamorous i niching all around. I
: Ocala. District Five Junior wearing the newest In hos- which are fromthe' company'" 1964 International Collection. From" the left are, evening hours there are over- I y A Bright green or blue. '

o Director, conducted a work- iery."Textured". -, "Tom, ,, Jone' *" and Partalenne," popular, today; while the 1934 version" "Capti tbe-knee lighter weight ny I IJon. ,' ? Junior me* 5 to 1S.a I
: shop for club presidents, vate," I is placed next to the model" wearing: the 1964 diamond pattern, "Monte .. $25
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Is the
Mrs. Eugene Craig of Gainerville hosiery Carlo." "
:. and Mrs. Mal c o 1 m name used to describe the up- These leg enhancers come t
: Duggan of Ocala r conducted to date stockings: of today, rlety of "1 ct",hosiery i designs experiment with lace patternsand cluding a variety of diamond .la vibrant sew fashion colors
.. departmental workshops.Mrs. and it was Just 10 yean ago by IMS and 1933 the and fishnet, polka-dot, snowflake far fan Including red, skipper You're sure to like the fashIons )
< Rose announced a that grandmother Indulgedher The Introduction of the aD- ladles of the day had their and daisy designs.! blue, black\ navy oxford } from Lonier's. Look
... "Crusade for Light"} meetIng girlish whlmsey a va- silk stocking In 193 began theGEIGER'S choice of dozens of styles, in Today's textured hosiery of- heather, hunter, chare ea I, over the dresses, suits, lingerie I \
: to be held at FFWC beige, gold, white er apple- millinery from ,the
: Headquarters in Lakeland, Halloween weed (luggage). best names in the business! ;f
November II. "Crusade for : Parties Minimize MischiefHats f See our new line of dazzling :
: Light" I II a national project of The black and charcoal Cocktail Dresses by Castelli
.II the General Federation of tones are the beat choice for of Miami!
: r Women's Clubs to Improve A Hallowe'en party la an masks, favors/black i and doughnuts and small these at each plate The shining social evenings. And for the ,

.: street lighting. ideal way to minimize Hallowe'en cats, bats, paper pumpkins cakes Iced with halJowl' e n eyes and squeals of delight girl with heavy legs, the darker USE CENTRAL. CHARGE or
.. Representing .the Gainesville mischief making' and witches CM do much to decorations will make good will be your reward. toned stockings have a LAYAWAYCAN1ER'N
Junior Woman's Work There can be no doubt that add to the feeling of Hallo\ fare and slimming effect I
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this ,"be witching" day hu party paper plates And best of all, the day after
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Club at the workshop were: we'en.
been created for the pleasureof can be utilized. Hallowe'en, there will be The wee coat belles their I
: Mrs. E. Alray.Howard, Mrs matter :
In the! of ,
games
rich
Eugene Craig, Mrs. Grant youngster" Also available are small l I no apprehension over mischief appearance enablingthe
should be .
there no difficultyIn
: Godwin Mrs. Richard Petti- They can dress in amusing pumpkin heads containing : making caused by style conscious ladle p
costumes play interesting finding enough to keep and young misses! to acquirean rsJ: 7 West University Avenue i 1
': crew, Mrs David Dry. them happily, well occupied.For candy and surprise gifts. youngsters who only wantedto extensive wardrobe of textured ; I
and are allowed to
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lie, Mrs Welty Shrum Jr., game
a'new variation to the You might want to place have fun. stockings to comply
Mrs. B. Joe Wilder Mrs.Stave eat the kind of food that most "
appeals to themhot. dogs, pin on game why not have \
Schnell and Mrs. Wllllam -.
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apples, hamburgers:;doughnuts them pin awing 01a bat
T. Manley.Glamour candy and small cakes.If For another game, why nol S/wJimm J
a large black paper cat, detach
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your small fry who I Ia to .4I
AfootPairing tall and ears. Hide the
be host or hostess has any .
cat tall and ear In different
.aptitude as budding artist, [
with at-home and award '
up he might create the Invitations. \ place prize \
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fashions, glamorous slippers j for the youngsters who find 1 1 d;
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appear higher shapelier These could be witches cut them. .
heels,.Jn' opulent fabrics. Fur
from sheets of black paper The preparation of refreshments -
trim and, linings 1 add elegance. .
r with the name of your chlld, can be handled with a
.. ., h the date and. the hour of the a minimum of effort After Invites You To ,_ !
party printed in white.; Or, .emerging from their dream ,
pumpkins cut from orange world, the small fry undoubtedly Intimations of, an 'I intimate'evenin9 ,'. I I
Are Back ,
; i Spats. paper printed in black.:' It will be thirsty. Hive worsted wool wizardry in the shell with \
: Spats step Into the feminine this does not appeal to him. plenty of beverages on hand
vai near[fashion picture this the variety store will have aelection. Use paper cups ,with Hallo hand-crocheted honeysuckle trim I
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: : tall: In stretch fabrics, 'we'en'motlf.
: they're.every length.from' ankle Hallowe'en decorations can Hamburgers, or hot dogs, combining this with the bias cut dinner skirt.
to knee. be festive and Imagine 11 v e. rilled the oven with rolls, "

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: i Day Into night town or traveling the doeskin flannel skirt, sleeveless turtle neck jersey

: matched ensemble goes most places . NOM shell and crochet trimmed wool cardigan. '
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:, I State BPW Togetherness. :. UF Faculty Club I is'




Board K of fashion; Appoints HostessNewly N


::; appointed hostess .This year's membership' totals

MeetsSix It'* a season'of togetherness In fashion.. Whether v classic for the University of Florida 500 UF faculty members
Faculty dub Is Mrs. June with an anticipated member.ship
sporty or ultra-feminine the look for fall la a complete
look A.ncIlt'. the hats; the shoes and the accessories: that CowperthwaKe, according to of 600 for 1N4-tS.
members of the Gainesville aid and abet a woman In achieving her '"togetherness with John Sites, president Plans are underway to provide .
Business and Professionil fashion. This appointment b another chartered bus transportation
Women's Club attended move by club ,officer to the FSU game I If A
the MId-Year State Board hats to help faculty members who enough members wish this
Meeting in Oeerwater this I want to task use of the service.
weekend at the Jack Tar Harrison club's Improved -.clnties.Mrs. .
HoteL Starting at! the top new bat crown the looks of fashion Cowptrth"aite will Y
1i la several ways. The; look of the gentlewoman can begin advise on arrangements for Fashion In HandPetite
Representing the city club with a ladylik toque a turban, I brimmed hat with wideor special parties and : other
were: Mrs. Charles M. Cher narrow 'curving brim; or one of the. MW scarf hat.,, : events at the club as well as purses for after-dark
ry. Mrs. C. A. lung Mrs. that:drape: delightfully. \ ? : >> a* I help club members in anyway or the cocktail hour glow In

Hill English Mrs. Mamie needed to Insure the fullest polished smooth leather, silky
Van Horn Miss Adelaide SeW ;For the active look, set In motion by the (wing of pleated I I enjoyment and use from suede, creamy lustre and distinctive .

i k, and Mrs. Ann Paulllng. skirts\ ,' or'the: safari.trim and. .tailored took. there are the "scout.leaderand -, .the club Dr. Slteyald. embossed leathers.-
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The conference whichopened .
Hr Friday noon, will coo. The' tie : *
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lope through this afternoon. version'of tM
Mrs. Cherry as district dIrect > faihioa, resents many' femininiied LBJ Itself warm; wonderful

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on "Approaches to New jewelryBack .5* luxurious! ,
Opportunities for Women" ." r III s
emphasizing the Individual action In hats finds everything from little dpi to
self improvement approach. ,turban moving to the back of the head where they are I f fI
adorned with tinytc-blg bow a fall presentation of sum and such
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I, meal Friday mchided night chuckwagon entertain I mer's popular back-to-the-btad big bslrbow. 1 a

,. cookout and western Hoot* Jewelry accent: the twin looks of the femhnhu-sad the r p, little price

9 .N held nanny. A formal banquet was casually: classic. The look of gold Is right for either. depending -, ,: I
Saturday night on how It'* Interpreted. For fastanot staple goat, \

TIlt yearly board nee t> chains: for the classic look, fluid mesh. collars far the hnuVhe REYERSIILINYLON

togs attract nearly 500 women evening look "s: *,
from clubs throughout the
state of Florida. Pendant from simple' crystal drops to batrloonvlook clusters I
and rope that double and triple around the neck or I
around the,waist are other important entrant ,QuiltedJackets
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Handbags from shoulder a sportier mood,
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Fashion .or accompany the gentlewoman In simple elegantly detailed .. ,
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from grace note thoroughly handbag:; wilier w a1AV. ....1 .Mw locktt color This ;.YOUNGRILLIANT
an astronaut women Ill -'Ily wMmmNV. III .
who travel In : will drew -r 5111. MN5t In e pure wanM
space gloves m .Iis .'.. -.d a11/1N1M. wool |Icy, bonded es tr).
much the same as men In MM M I./M.. IIKI
w cot lining. And colored Uttir-
WAVING TWO JACKSTI P0TMS
skin tight pressure suits made i Dressmaker detailing adds softness to gloves whether MICS W seem VMHTM ....t, olmond and .r kMu,
out of stretchable materials. ... ._
new'IMUUrt of suit chichi \.If NN M try
KIMBERLY KNITS
That's wt Scott leaner or fabrics bows, pearl, stitching, pretty cuffs. ." I.... of ..I... t.NNfr wetly ra d, elmond ci.syt ertomel.
needlepoint wooI-th. sleeves shorter now, told a reported w h Carpenter I. be The "good sport" glove like stitching too, and Interesting $* ......Mk....MM.west-, -'....ewI winNf white end'.bMk.
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s if 4.e )jacket on a shoestring tle" went shoppmf for a birthday i rW* ton K.l WWJM
Into six I Yen for Mi wife, Rent Ii i ..t s1. .NM alt. .
skirt $a14 a swinf. \
I{ brown. Qore .. ,,.. Dresses are out he .said at '' I. ',' rr l:'= P4 mole 001 erare weasel pier Lik"'tg .., ....../.
Iff.beige ood : Sizes 6 to 16 .
? lent In enter space. Helmets (MM ":MIMM* MK-...:: .he-tr4l..., Llheatytlag
l You'll find Fr iIk1in' famoui for classic fashions and gloves are in. Stockings., In everything from dams and rib patterns '.,\ ', Os, .u ....... s.. cMMI. r1wNlyt
+ that this As for that dress for his for for lead down shoes \ HIM iiltktt .* Uftiy "
ore blwayj good now up-dated day to lacy weaves evening, to to "', '
folks >,'. I. 1 II 11..1/ IN lilt. nibs miii.IIihmtt W. he.. ; .
wife, his choice was I simple :which step forth with a pretty look and a softer spectator .
brocade number with a aunt a JON MeCAUL't
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fitted button Jacket fi* NoeaaNTTT -
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ran //ln mo[egeniibop' CHARGE ... LILLI ANN 50001M1tN
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; Potato Chip Inventor Honored I OR LAY-AWAY, hull .It.YCeete I
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' Free Parking Rear of Store OP COURSI

1'.1 4J 401 U. University Avenue FR 2-4606 The one hundred and fiftieth Crum's birthday was being food ingredient In main dish "The place to go for sportswear and "porottl"LIBBYE'S "

Anniversary of George celebrated Friday. es.
Potato chips are made In
''t Just who I II George CrumT I
1 I every country In the world.
: JI He it the man who discovered A statue to commemorate' IQ"G&n.vllle's
the delicious crunchy potato
George Crum's contribution to Moss FeniticinibliAdd' '
chip. the culinary arts win be unveiled NEXT TO FLORIDA THIATRI .."

I In IBS, he we* working* in 1IM at Saratoga ref w U........ PI ....4.
Pro. let Fewer Let jj
\ the chef of one of the outstanding Springs by the Potato Chip Perking ,
I II places of his ..1.Jloaa'.1.IkaIIuI1ll1arl1 Institute International.
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, His sister, Kate Weeks sliced "r rv
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Into a frying .... George WORLD OR BLOIJSE5/
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The new potato chips. were : t
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rwr to the (amous ...- .

rant tech dbongtaWisd vishv II
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Arftur and Grover Caneanal

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chip and praised them '. ': i
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The foreign dignitaries on l"0f8j'T

returning home, told of, the. .
potato chip*, with the result '
that ONffs 0. was lal1ted I
If A... file..... 11ft, .
pats eetlstl.*. Ma*++*'*. .. .
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1 1 AII.e.t eah.liw!hl.1 / chips obese to popularity prepare .potato was \ t !tai \

IJ"OWtIIIII wildfire. / ..:wJk.rAt
x w IW.N t1A.tAo e tsN.II4 wMh.Mit "
Official recognition of the .. t"
edds ..Js.' ., pits M new potato chip came when I
I the Whoa House Cook Book of : t
WINMI eatawMd er My pedaled, .
fie laff tocWed a recipe for their

flborM pddtrlw' net swt'd..n.11A snpsrsUea Thai. official I *ocepuoce P'i- III
$ a l 1 d gave gnat .bnpeta 'f11 r
s er UM,MeicMne weaheble.whew to th* delightful ltd feel .I c. >. i I


$ Cea* wbnif34V.*(. I IA Potato. chip* during their (

: early year were knew a* ,I
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: \ I I laratose of pNietpe WW eras* From then Tracy a snowdrift of washable blouses ,In \
\ ties Mltid are)|a725.../ I lien waknowa wilt* and polo' to frost 0 suit, skirt or jumper look. Fragile I
Cram
Oeorge aa looking o* they con be yet every one completely+ / easy '
AlawJC 344.tl chef to a sishln* ameng the car from ,jewel nock basic to bow to tie under your' 1!
Teat chefs ef las world sot* chin. IIe. 'k 1

sAagB* Eaceffler. I

& Today Cr* Crum's deeV Th I"Nothing Shirt" long-sleeved |owef, neck 0 I
bM y dow jU ElwMVfwT am the. sled blouse of Docront pofytr-cotton 'in whit, beige ,
popular lied snack to ft* pink, bit**, mono,"green, gold. navy and block. Sue* ;0 _- f '
wend aad M widely seed a* a 5 to .S. . .*., ,. to . .. $ .00 i\\
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.. Bow blouses whit Oliver collar of OxronO polyesterC .. :I
I ( Pretty Partners crape M white pinkend- I rebel, Siz s 2t to 36 ..... '" I.
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..... eftea take a pert.as *, o komrious fabric In whit., pink.; blue bilge 01 $ ,

II ,... .. ....... ,end moil/ Sixes 2$ to J6. .. .. . . .. MWJI j
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: 1964 has been the year of have come fun circle, as the 1
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t ? FFWC Textured Stockings Newest Fashion Fad r the resurgence for textures, ,pundits prognosticate fashions I
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and from their start in the ..
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The racy, but.racy stockings ,. tiers a wider variety of patterns
. t DistrictMeeting that took over Paris are "Jllx y p rather than the variations Be A
E exciting fashion newsjust of patterns p o p n I a r In I
everywhere this fall. 1934, and runs the gamut StandOutAny I
: Legs have never had so from country casual to city
1 f much attention fashionwlse. 93a slicker. t
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: Knee-high and over the- NylM was first Introduced tr
knee nose have provocative Is 1131, Idea came aylon and ,
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Junto Day, a work shop appeal. They come In textures lace n INT. sometimes cased'Kantrsm"
for Junior Women's ClubsIn and colors keyed for studying the renamed and
District Five of the Flor- dining, shopping, and Nylace. "seyenteen"acree
Ida Federation of Women'sClubs dancing, and styled ty blend

was held at Rainbow The with skirts, dresses or shorts, For daytime casual wear v.

Springs Wednesday. according to Suzanne Lane, stockings are available In cable i the shape'sthe
Dunne Junior Woman's
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Club hostess club for
was
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.. thin ribs or, diamond-
,: the meeting. tor.While
some designers ef shaped. One stretchable style
; :::. PlM, Arts' Departments of has the effect
swim salts and evealaggowns rich In texture, end
clubs seen here- on
: = attending displayed r
are suggesting that to of mohair.
'art work done by club members b. C the October cover
day's wemei bare their seals,
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Gainesville Juniors Other styles for daytimewear
the designers et women's hosiery e of Seventeen
:whose 'paintings were exhibited / stopattbekneeln
: are taking the modem 's maguino-thit
,. .are: Mrs. John Baldwin stretch nylon and orkm and lummy little paisley
miss back to grandmother'sday.
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i Mrs.: Philip Dluguid, are fetching foils for the new r print is really with
Mrs. E. Alray Howard Mrs.J. Jumper or vested suit stylesso .
I, I R.' Bins and Mrs. Harry And while the fate of the popular>> this.fall r, lit! In very sheer
Prystowsky. strapless suits and gowns Is Hosiery fashion haw come full circle. It's difficult to know which one of the wool endiDalll
Mrs. Donald E. Rose of left hanging, women are stockings shown" above was knitted in 1934 by the Berkshire Corporation, and And for those glamorous I l 1 ? niching all around.
: Ocala District Five Junior wearing the newest In hos which art from the company's 1964 International Collection. From, the left are, evening hours there are over- Bright green or blue.

I 'Director,. conducted a work iery. -. Tom' Jones" and Parlslenne," popular today, while the 1934 version "Capit- the-knee lighter weight nylons. J J Q Junior sizes 5 to 15. I
: shop for club presidents, vate," la placed next to the model, wearing the 1964 diamond pattern, "Monte j $25
I Mrs. Eugene Craig of Gaines "Textured" hosiery to the Carlo."
:. vm.andMrs.Ma.com name used to describe the up- These leg enhancers come t
: Duggan of Ocala ,''conducted to date stockings of today, rlety of "l ce".hosiery de experiment with lace patterns ctudlnl'a variety of diamondand la vibrant sew fashion colon

.. departmental workshops. and it was Just M years ago signs. and by US and U33 the fishnet, polka-dot, snowflake fir faD tochdlag red, skipper You're sure to like the fashions
:. Mrs. Rose announced a .that grandmother Indulgedher The introduction of the all- ladies of the day had their and daisy designs. MM, black, navy, exferd ,from Lanier's. Look
... "Crusade for Light"1 meet- girlish wblmsejr In a vaHalloween- silk stocking In 131 began the choice of dozens of styles, In- Today's textured hosiery of- leather, banter, charcoal over the dresses, suits lingerie I

: log to be held at FFWC beige, gold, white er apple millinery from .the
: Headquarters In Lakeland, weed (taggage). best names In the business!
r Parties Minimize .
November, 11 "Crusade for MischiefA Sec our new line of dazzling
The black and charcoal
: Light" is a national project of Cocktail Dresses by Castelli
: tones are the best choice for of Miami!
: .11 t Women's the General Clubs Federation to Improve of Hallowe'en party Is an Hats, masks, favors, black t and doughnuts and small these at each plate. The shining social evenings. And for the .

.: street IIP_ ideal way to minimize. Hallo cats, bats, paper pumpkins cakes Iced with haDowI" e n eyes and squeals of de girl with heavy legs, the darker USE. CENTRAL. CHARGE or
.. Representing .the Gainesville we'en mischief making. and witches can do much to decorations will make good light will be your reward. toned stockings have a LAY-AWAY

: Junior Woman's Work There can. be no'doubt that has add to .the feeling of Hallo party fare, and paper plates And best of all, the day aft- slimming effect. I

Club at the workshop were: this "be witching' day we'en. can be utilized. ,er, Hallowe'en, there will be The wee cost belles their I :
B.' ,Howard, Mrs., .been created for. the pleasureof CANI. RtSrsJ
: Mrs. Alray youngsters. In the matter of games, Also available are small I J no apprehension over mischief rich appearance enabling
Eugene Craig, Mrs. Grant there should be no difficultyIn the style conscious ladles
: Mrs. Richard Petti- They can dress in amusing pumpkin heads containing : making caused by p
Godwin finding enough to keep and young misses to acquirean 7 West University Avenue
: crew, Mrs. David Dry. costumes, play interesting them happily I well occupied.For candy and surprise' gifts.I youngsters who only wantedto extensive wardrobe of textured I
lie, Mrs. Welty Shrum Jr., games, and are allowed to a new variation to the _You might want to place have fun. stockings to comple-
eat the kind of food that most
: Mrs. B. Joe Wilder Mrs. .
pin on game why not have
Steve Schnell and Mrs. WUllam appeals to them --not dogs,
them a wing on a bat
pin ,
T. Manley.Glamour. u apples, hamburgers, 'doughnuts not
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For another why
candy and small cakes. game S/vtJJmtut r
black cat, de-
a large paper
If your small fry who Is to !
Afoot tach tell and ears. Hide the
.be host or'hostess has any 'cat tall md ears in differ.ent
aptitude as 4 budding artist, .
: with at-home: places and award prizes .
Pairing up might treat. the Invitations. :
: fashions, glamorous slippers .he ; ; for the youngsters who find } } '

appear with higher, shapelier These could be witches cut them. I t' :' .
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: heels,.'Jn opulent fabrics.. Fur. from sheets of black' paper The preparation of refreshments :
: t trims ,. and. jUnlngsl I add ele 'with the name of your child, can be handled with a

,. I, gance.. the date and the hour of the a minimum of effort After Invites You To'. ,
party printed in white.!' Or, emerging from their dream I Intimations )
of an intimate evening .',
world, the small fry undoubt
: Are Back pumpkins cut from orange .
: i. Spats" paper printed, .In. black.:' If edly will be thirsty. Have worsted wool wizardry In the shell with, 1
: Spats step Into the feminine this does not appeal to him plenty of beverages on hand. '

I Talmrearl I t fuhlon picture this the variety store will have' a .Use paper motif.cups with Hallowe'en hand-crocheted honeysuckle trim 4 ,b ; j
: : fall.: In stretch fabrics,' selection.
they're.every length.from an- Hallowe'en decorations can Hamburgers, or hot dogs, combining this with the bias cut dinner skirt.
: kle to knee.' be festive and Imagine 11 v e. gritted In the oven with rolls,

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Togetherness. UF Faculty Club
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Board of ;fashion Appoints Hostess

Newly::: appointed hostess This year's membership totals

MeetsSix It's a (turn of togetherness In fashion, Whether classic)) for the University of Florida 900 UF faculty members
I lyf sporty or ultra-feral lne, the look for fall is a complete Faculty dab Is Mrs. June with an anUclpated membership
took. And It.. the hats, the shoes and the accessories that CowperthwaKe, according to of 600 for 19M-M. ,
" members of the Gainesville I aid and abet a woman In achieving.her "togetherness with John Sites, president Plans are underway to pro Fl\::
Business and Professional fashion. This appointment is another vide chartered bus transportation
I Women's Club attendedthe move by club officers to the KU game If 4
1 Mid-Year State Board hats to help faculty memben who I enough members wish this
Meeting Clearwater this I i want to stake use of the service.
: ; weekend at the Jack Tar Hat.rbon club's improved /facilities
HoteL Starting at, the sop, new hats crown the looks of fashion Mrs Cawperlhwaite will
I i ri In several ways. The look I of the gentlewoman can ,begin .' advise on. arrangements for Fashion :In HandPetite
Representing the city club with a ladylike toQue, a turban, a brimmed bat with wide Special parties and other,I
R were: Mrs. Charles M. Cherry or narrow curving brim,' or one of the Mw'fcarf hats j' events at the club as well as purses for afterdarkor
, t' Mrs. C. A. King Mrs. that,drape: delightfully. v ) help club, members In anyway the cocktail hour glow In
Hill English Mrs. Mamie needed Insure the fullest polished smooth leather, silky
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Van Horn, Miss Adelaide Setle For,the active look, iet in motion by the Swing of pleated enjoyment and use from suede creamy lustre and distinctive .
i! and Mrs. Ann Faulting skirts,.or:the trim and. tailored look, there are the "scout ", the club, Dr. SlteyaM. embossed leathers.
The conferenca, whlcbopened .leader" nd safari.! i ," I

1 Friday noon, will coo 'ftiet' latter are reminiscent of tie '"LBJ, :and'of-'course N

anus Mrs.through Cherry,this as district afternoon& fashion. presents many.a femlnlntat version:of the If' itself. warm; wonderful

r rector for this area, presented I c A

I I log a on program"Approaches Saturday to morn-New jewelry luxurious!

Opportunities for Women," i ,
: .,. emphasizing the Individual Back action In hats finds everything from little cape to '
" self Improvement approach. ,turbans moving to the back of the head where they are t tM
adorned with tlhy4o-big bows a fall presentation of. aummer' \ and
,, Friday night, entertainment I popular, back-to-Me-head big bairbow. ; J, such a
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Included a chuckwagon ( i t

: cookout and western Hoots 'Jewelry accents: the twin looks of the feminine add.. the I little' price 1

held canny. A formal banquet was casually classic. The look of gold is right. for either, depending -, 1 (?: V.
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? Saturday night. on how It', Interpreted. For .Instance afcnpla gal(,,, I

r' : .. The yearly board meetIngs chairs for the classic. took fluid mesh- collars for the tamohe RIVIRSIILINYLON ,
attract nearly 500 women evening look. .t. 'wq: :
+ tin from clubs throughout the er
tate of FlorIda. Pendants from simple crystal drops to heirloom-look clusters : I
and ropes that double and triple around the neck or
around the.waist are other Important entrant. C Quilted
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handbags :
K Jackets In two pork ,In lochai ton t
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little ,
FashionNEW .or accompany the gentlewoman la simple elegantly detailed .. toe ..... cues nN./ Nap The dune eheeidwton cola.
shapes. Quoting, chain handles, son pleating are some 01 11 .cvels. .. .N.1 MPUe.Ia 0 softly rolllnf
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\ YORK (AP-TakeK was it -. n '
the grace notes for the thoroughly feminine handbag:
from WIMP *r NMy **T>I SUM. ., color .This ;YOUNG
an astronaut, women Ito .,.11" ,Ntle III
who travel in span will dress .n .Mi* ... own. BRILLIANT In a pure wonNd
much the In glovesDressmaker '' .- '' .-: ..,I'rI: wool |tny., bonded to e tricot .
same as men MM M ( Mwr
lining. And colored balsa,.
HAVING TWO ITIma
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tight suits madeout .i
,j;: -, i pressure detailing adds softness to gloves whether Mice. or OMII v..i sweet, almond and arrlcMw;
KIMBERLY KNITS of suit chic of stretchable materials. tt- *r cry IMMWINl
new nrniure 'leaner fabrics bows stitching, cuffs. I GIMP. Molly red, almond onrferty or
pretty M
or pearls //Nee claw ew/IrP/
,I: hi needlcpolrit wool-the: slIMS short'nf w, told That's a reported what Scott when Carpenter he The "good sport" glove like stitching, too, and Interesting ."".. ArMIt M .ww,..wwlM... em MlftH I......> tea"I, winter white and.black.JM .

the )lckltJlnlIfld on a shoatrfn tit and tilt went ibopptog for a birthday texture adds to their cheats charm.stockings If.. KMM.. On *wr rtollM If1r tanbrawrLahl f
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'n.;btlga ond' brown. .Sizes 6 to 16 . ,,.. Dresses aft out, he said, at 4 *ram ffwJW '..:. ....= fie 'eat.. .
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,I brocade number with a semi-. hole .l JON .CAUL"
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I ICrum' $149'CINTRAL .
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I: Chip Inventor HonoredThe I OR LAYAWAY, LIILII PAY
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II I 401 U. University Avenue FR 2-4606 one hundred and flf tith birthday wee being food ingredient In main dishes "The place to go for sportswear and seporotes"1iIBBYE'S

a Anniversary of George celebrated Friday. I
Potato chips are made hi
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every country Ja the world.A
He II the who discoveredthe
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rvi I delicious statue to commemorate: : j,,)
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George Crum's contribution to
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" chip.In the culinary arts will be unveiled NEXT TO rLOtlOA THEATRE Addrtw"

ISM, he was working as in INS at Saratoga rot w. Yslwrsiy It 11141
Springs by the Potato Chip ,,.. ,...1ep M lit Pefcral/ Let
the chef of one of the out

\, standing places of his era, Institute International. .
Moon's lakehnma to Saratoga

Springs, N.Y. SOUTH SIDE Of THe SQUARI =

His sister, Kate Weeks sliced -
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and by accident dropped ft .... U .t. I

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M Presidents Chester A. (.

Arthur and.. Graver Oerekud .
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,,$f t'>f They Wrong MINNEAPOLIS'Swiped,Radio(AP) Two:I Violinist REID POOLE tore Accardo Accardo will play a recital Here WednesdayBy Arts String Quartet from- Ch $ $ $$ $ rf$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $


Chairman, W Department In University Auditorium, at T Nj c cago will present a concert on
year-old Minneapolis youths Of Music the usual hour 8:15. Wednesday evening November

admitted !In US..JWslrict Court The next three weekly musI- A veteran performer of 21, POsT 11 at eat: in the University|Aditorium u- Prizeivord Puzzle Corner
Friday that they tried .to remove cal attractions on the University he began his studies at the rr ./The personnel of the

a two-way radio from a of Florida campus are regular age of six and his career be Quartet includes Leonard Sor-

1 ear here. It turned out the car season presentations of gan officially at 14 He has won kin and Abram Loft, vlofins. ,I

jbelonged to the IF'>tI: The two the Lyceum Council On Wednesday many competitions In Europe Gerald Stanick viola, and Last Week's eAINtlVHla SUit MIZIWOO CONTCIT allies
pleaded to October?8 the brilliant including the International Pag- George: :Sopkin ,10 I I o ncel-
guilty destroying .
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F, I. T* wntl Ie m* 'Mirawo Puma
I ,government property. young Italian 'virtuoso( Salva- anini contest in Geneva. In lo. This group Is well knownin .. M cornel wuut"Mn. rM"M4 m uM" lunMy yuu .ttw WNk I, Mna' will
addition to playing with all key Gainesville for its previous Prizeitord nluanN.nt.. N .... willl, MwAt.
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It IM wwmin..nrrN tMn tttn MlMn4 nibKrltar K TIN tunOr
:.1' auspices in Italy be has been appearances here and also on Hit racMMo M MW. ." 1h. >:'M IIM will k* MiM. H llMr HIM
Philharmonic I J. w nrnct .u4N II iiotmi mm hon 4MIiri4 wtwIMn. *. ...... wM
soloist with the London' educational television tor their a Nr1Ur. Mww
? HEREI MneM
BE
WINTER WILL SOON
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and In Paris, with the excellent thirty minute 1 Th* km will MV tI IMH OJ MCO wuR tor ...t nmctty' MvW 'III""In
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,' many 1 Explanations WORD e If BW **> .M strut MIUIIM MntMt. WM1 vulllt II M
Don't chance; a heater that won't; Work I ;Lamoureux Pasdeloup and Co- programs which have been car .... rwIN11. .IM. Tin. IMMT WW M IMN .qu.Hv MMflf M.N wOlnMtlnNN an
I : 'Call todorj-'for>; our pr..seosol1\pecial! loons Orchestras. A favoriteat tied by Channel! 5,' WUTT. For 'r.a.l1Es
festivals of Mr. Arts ; ACROSS 1. ::- M Yell M r wenwN..utrN. O.NrNNI. NRII
.j"' the Europe re its concert here the Fine ill,. .:: ::_ rw '::'. IIN N" NW A.fln//bn. CIN of = WYN
Accardo has appeared at Spol ;! Quartet will offer composition I I i, TRAcK nol crack. TRACK M -rMIMetNM. ..... a.cr WINar NN ILniM.w/l N arrt.Mw Ne.1IN TIIII.anNN MaMnItN II NM.l w NMnrw. NlltM vMeN.N1N .

eto, Nice, and Strasbourg. This by Haydn HlndRmith[ anJrnhms d I la more satisfactory for the clue duNNn N tl? "Aean Mal. N.flnN w tli anNNah t.IIMM .... MuN
vlr Nra N ac..1 "II atHW M anelnw M NNry. All N.w MaNN NN
spectacularly gifted young worth I. "expert opinion. Simply NyN/r N .NN ONnar1111. t1WIMMa. Cwn.Nr, w naM NMI II r./1/rM,
tuoso possesses a ravish I n III Tickets for the Fine Art I a crack (in what) is too .. Mrsn.. wc.N. -....... N ... 011. IuaNnwle. c..._ of I eNlr
HEATERSCLEANED tone and dazzling technical abil I String Quartet, same prices as :ague and needs to be further hrlllwnw NI N 1111. twtMw /.

ity. above will be available beginning I qualified ....ANN ... i""ff.., '1. tM *.n.!* ....!. It w *. argil II i"-*
; ductlon of "Tosca" here last November. Melt INaa Nrlattk tit hlr.rer. LN, ONIww/IN lluF
"La Boheme" Monday.. I.0. awl Nr e'-lMwl/lll., INrN." N Mina N N .... MInMV1/N wCl.el
year will[ again be on the pod I M Off.... 01 .1 IN ,,_ .N .. ... IW ...-
N4.
Boris Coldovsky production 7. CARRIED not married IwD"I "". 0'1111 aU/l Nllcl' 'nN NNINM _
The lum. Odum Mp N .
If Supports Since certain married ::: ": Mll. / 'ir IMI tr aNy.e I* *. Hwllt
aNrw ". :
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Call.... "Mora ,the first; :ONLY of Puccini's La Boheme. live persons. M wwaara .=:

'I I cold snap to-vvOld fighting ..... complete with orchestra aDd Tkket laformatfca Museum ForCaribbean "independent" lives CARRIED leell C T/Nr. tM II M am.-' w tNah//N telll Np/MMe ... aIINNL
Is the rs.r
when the will be presented In The most apt. Married w"p MlYIf ,INt nw. MN1 PlYI ahw M ..ell w.Nly tMNfwa
a balky heater scenery regular Lyceum Council
1 temperature tumbles and Florida Gymnasium Tuesday, price of |2,00 will be in effect; : < Area Is not good c,...A...pry... egntlMnl N ... 0..11..... aM lp N ..__ .... N Nyra M fly
;. ,.', servicemen are swamped $525 November 3, which Is election University of Florida faculty APFlor- ,'... ........ ....... ...N.., ....--1111.... alw N NI .1 IN/ INq, eNIw1N1.1..

1 it With emergency calls. night. For politically m I n d e d may obtain a SO per cent discount I TALLAHASSEE ( and t. WAITING not wanting In t. W-., It .... .... anal ..wrNn, N MN ralrhwa
t CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE opera fans let us explain that and University of Florida ida should help establish of the Caribbean itself, merely "wanting to be I'UZlLa.....,.. wll'o.Inw.xNMMM1N1w N .l.._!i.w Mw "IWOID 'UUL' ........... w .,,
: ,:' election night was the only pos student tickets be obtained operate a museum helped" does not actually "..*.
res. HEATER CLEANED Pim 1% S.i" T.. sable time that the opera could may for preserving Its many lack of Initiative" Whereas .:.s+. O.tamlN awl laNV.. tIN rYal r n als a..atr
'.; for Galnesvil on Student I. D. cards artifacts and antiquities;a slat WAITING does. .r _I'".q wua NMr liar anr..u.A..N.N. .f rM..e : = MNIh.M ,=. '
Ir' be scheduled Tickets for both Accardo and official said .
Uie* Stock Beet. $ We suggest that you attend the "La Boheme" will be avail Assistant Slate1 f Atty. Cen. Aussie :
: election 18. SINK not mink. "Need I No. 41
late
the
USED ; HEATERS 20 ff opera and catch able Monday Tuesday and Ralph Odum ukf that much :
and analyses via new SINK yes; but "a newmink"
returns Wednesday, October M, n and I priceless historical materla, .
SPECIAL' PRICB NOW ON NEW HEATERS radio and television following a and again for the opera., on I such as Indian reUcft'll being (I I.e., "mink teat" lay, CLIP slid) ,.... en 4e PatHai4in
: the performance. November > and 3. destroyed through' Indifference' would be better) ran hardly bi I '
Mimi wUl be sung by Mary of Florida ..tudenttickets. a necessity.
Central $ .50 University Yet there Is evidence that
; FRS 2-9561: Beth Pell. Musetta by Carol may be obtained at the 1 Florida had the greatest concentration T 'C '
Courtman Rodolfo by Deen Information Booth across the of prehistoric men In 11 MEN not ten To specify: "01 I
I WUder and MarceDo by Ro- street from the Hub. Townspeople North America and that then ten" lacks point, since the Idesn A 0STo

,."' :C.13.. 30HANNON. JR.. aid, Holgate. Edward Alley, may purchase: their ticketsat 1 were many ties between Florid already Implied by the ''due! NI I
'', '- -- who conducted the group's pro- the Record Bar at (23 West: and the Caribbean lands words "a group." MEN Is bet ,
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... .. University Avenue. University He suggested that the stab ter. n I PE
I of Florida faculty may purchase archives be established In donDe '
their tickets In room 1 I nectloa with the proposed Caribbean H GUM not gun. The clue la an
: e SELF SERVICE SHOE STORE of the Music Building museum and that abe .. understatement for a gun, which 0
fine Art String Qeartet provided to house the find s always very deflaltely calls for 0D

One of Amerku finest chamber of archaeologists geologists And 'care when using it." GUM (lad. E L DT
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; MAIN MONDAY ONLYBOUGHT music ensembles the Fine, other scientists heslve) Is more .eneran'lpt.

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10. HATE not fate: Sine: :""yevents srwQ
FROM
UNDERWRITERS Oo
WIN $100 can certainly: be attributed

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world of" rather than simply If you tl not new a hom-Milvllyd tubKr -
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"" Just for fun" points to SILLY, ACROSS .
GRIDIRON ilnce: "a girl might" poulbly .
WE BOUGHT ENTIRE STOCK OF SHOES, adopt a suave "allky telephone
ralce" quite normally. 1. for It to be neat In appearance makes It worthwhile to

HANDBAGS AND HOSIERY FROM UNDERWRITER GREENBACKSWINNER wear.

CLUES DOWNi 7. A- reaction to a proposal la Dlua1Jy1llct1J to I bejffle a isan.I .

I / $. Save 20% to 40% HURRY! SAVE! LACKING net lacking A of political controversy may. !be .Just Ihe ort' Of intof ,
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Contest No. 3 LACKING makes an all-Indlt- reporter la looking for. a 1'

LADIES -,TEENS LADIES TEENS slue answer, for la paying "" /. Dogs generally make good ones. v I

FRED A. PRIMO ow-average wages," be will not 10. Gelt or walk I
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will consequently end up lackof 1 12. A student might possibly himself la. nr&ira'dIemJcaJ ,
1106 N.C. 21tt AVE. (Le., discharging) members experiment!.
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1 1 3. On farm, there may well be plenty of-.

STYLES CONTEST RULES i. DRUNK not drink ""hlab, Genuine.
All New Fall SryUi
BLACKS II DRUNK." of course. On theother 11, In tends tournaments the pl.yitti
even finest May be loo
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GREENS INI IM Nro rwMNM wN.N. sell w MrM 11. apt to ny: "whiskey If a '
Sued Redrt wiwNr M w IlN.r.eae a1.N arr.Nw.traM.r _NM drink" since etmpry drtak la Facing up to one, you might possibly be troubled Ibareb ..
REDS / MMMw p. wM M normally applied to alcoholicbeverage
"t f Poranfs a. All __ 1/It McN4 MwMM ww.r,M NM la a faawal tense 21. It's possible for them J to congregate tn'certain ares*. .
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Nlr* NMNMMMtN IM MlrMMrS. MN rMrNM ___ Mw g. CONVENTI trot converts: Sood use of for years.M :
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If of old-fashioned
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$479Hith w -... w ..... .IININ 1 MM tlNl'saw II I heir converta "
$31 M NM.M I 'M IrNMN .rn NN eN wM.AM+ar eNl/wMM wwlw wN1 aN NMw. 1 The fact that a man dwea'tcan be put don to todlfjer.ance. ,:
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M eNIM !. /N w.rM M UI .r N MIl '
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"L.nr H..I -- II waow t.w .. ..... tllN w.NN Involved.N .
$559Stackecl cra I M .wMM N 01rr. I. You'll hardly like It J to be served and ." :

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GRIDIRON GREENiACKt 11. of pleasure or amusement
he normal term where will Is
FOOTBALL CONTEST onccmed.. Mill Is too vague.It /17. Leather can be used la the making of It .

ladies HANDBACScsOSIERY.1l $239 and $jl9.adi No. S IL Cry of encouragement "* If.
IHY aot sly. SMYnese (but
C ..... Stet. If Anlty CC not slyaeea le me sort of thing 1/.Might possibly bring a youngster near J to Iu I. .

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3 Pairs $100r 1 M.rylu4 .t ,... St... CC and Hence hue, the require queitlon"treatment of being

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IOC Gainesville, Sun s..r.,. October 13.1964UF's c. 'I

, . ed, I told my know 'bow to put a stop by filing .and mootbin'th
Present _>t ening eyes.: the women being afraid grip"
Lyceum to THIS IS. Ing I rapists," one said. : My problem wu having: a
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fingers that
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'OK, let's one story that I hadn't slipping away," his accomplice I
Young, Italian Violinist uty said. And written: lately. In this growing shaggy dog I
Our Town marching down story replied. "That madethings
{ the swinging it's a little uncomfort- pretty complicated: for
The University of F1 o r Ida's '
ter where I at first, be explained. awhile." .
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I Lyceum Council brings the brilllant once the ladies get used
I :young Italian T I o 11 n 1st i1lif iM If he theyTl be safe" '"Tough'on a cold night
I Salvatore Accardo to the University a t ] By JEAN CARTER grabs me for the way' a cold pistol
i campus this week.A They were, I began to suspect atop writing or look up when make medical when you first feels." his friend
veteran performer at t h e pulling my feg.It one of the deputies asked If I fast I die, I eyes.'I with your gun on?" he had to get an electric 'toO'l
age of 21, Accardo began his Patterned along the them Dr. Medford Evans will deliver was a perfect setup for an was going! to the arraignment Don't be 100 his straight man "I had I"Gentlemen," I finally!
,.studies at age 6 and became a "Current Developments AffectIng a lecture on'Separate and end man and Us straight man bearing for accused rapist Ran In feeling time because the handle ed. 'Tall tales, I can get in I
concert violinist at li He won The Certified Public Accountant Equal Stations" Thursday, Oct A girl reporter and the police dolph Pitts."They're. he did get real rough. I solved that newsroom."
the International Paganlnl Contest ," the conference I II 29 at 815: pm in University beat Tall tale time had come getting ready to before -
.In Geneva, and has appeared sponsored by the Florida Institute Auditorium Evans, a spokesman for the boys at the sheriffs of take him to the courthouse But. reality
with the London Philharmonic of Certified Public Accoun for conservatism, w 111 be flee now," he said, throwing a eight million HEATER PAIR
and In Paris with the ants, the University's College of sponsored by the Forums Com There I was, minding my own glance over his right shoulder an eye on '
Lamoureux Pasdeloup and Colonna Business Administration an d mittee o( the University's. FlorIda business taking notes on what toward the little glass window out .through .
Orchestras. I Beta Alpha Psl accounting. frternlty. Union the deputies baa been Investigating. to the Interrogation room front door of RtMOMbli Quick .fflctant rattt.wrvlc ...Trolntd.jvk. -and '
The University performance ,. Not to be ,outdone in non !the waiting Radio.dlipotchtd trucks 24 Hour wrvtc*
la slated for Wednesday at 8:ISpm The Florida Player's production Having long ago adjusted to chalance, I casually raised my Well the O Swvtet on all/ rnokn f quipnwntALL
In University Auditorium 'Red Roses for Me," goes Fla. Craft Show the matter of fact conversations eyes and gazed in through the caught on that AMIRICAN I :
In other campus activities, the Into the second week of performances you experience in the :little window likely candidate 3/O-82OB HIATIM4CONDmONINO o AW CO.
15th Annual Graduate AccountIng Curtain time is 7:30 p.m. Set in Orlando newspaper world, I didn't even Be unconcerned and unaffecl,. applied to her I I
Conference gets underway for the Thursday performanc
Oct 29-31 in the University's and t pm. on Friday and Florida Craftsmen will hold
Student Service Center I urday. Sat-I their 14th annual state craft
show at the Loch Haven Art
Center in Orlando Nov, 28.Dec
I @ 20. Entries may be ceramics,
At enamels, glass, metals, textiles
and wood Each craftsman may
!: THE FUN STORE TO SHOP! submit four original designs.
Members must pay a $2 entry
fee, nonmembers, |9. Mall
entry forms to Maxlne Leech,
Exhibition chairman, Rout 1,
if you are aPARENT Box JIB, Longwood, Fla.


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A bartender at Gainesville
TEACHER Golf and Country Club has sued
Dr Edward R. Woodward, head
of the Department of Surgery,
I Medicine.University of Florida College of


I II I The bartender, Kenneth Arthur 7." .
II I .' Graham, charged la his
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STUDENT without Just cause or provocation
or a .. .'. did violently
assault and strike the plaintiff ,
(Graham) in and about the face 3-Pc. Grouping ')
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I com*In toon and...our complete selection ol tho and mouth while the plaintiff rcg. 239
I finest tchool supplies, Including composition and was In the performance, ot his Double Dresser ... )
duties bartender for the
.note .book*, tablets, pad*, filler and graph paper,' Gainesville aa Golf and C o u n try Framed Mirror $199 .....j
Index card, scrapbooks,tipper binder.. CI b.". Panel Bed "
available In wide of she.and
o variety ttytoi. to ,
Us
Graham through attorney
suit all of your writing needs.our James L. Tomllnson, contend Chest of Drawers $10 DowN, $10 MO. I
.. Hondly clerks can thaw you tho right supplletto h* is disabled and disfigured JU .t" *, ."
Jwlp fflako school work easlef aid a* a result of the alleged t .
men pro* assault last bda,. The KING SIZI lID AND FRAMES 89.95. NIGHT STAND 39.00. 1
dactivow '
t | suit was filed In Circuit Court TRIPLE DRESSIRS 109.00..
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1 to Graham undergo said medical he was treatment forced beautiful hand rubbed bedroom i

and lost earnings, as a result
of the assault
Graham asks money damages and dining room groupings carefully
and a ,trial by Jill''). .

CHESNUT OFFICE crafted for lasting beauty- ..
The two rhino species In Africa

j black,are" though called both"white"are and the Either one a prize you'll: be .

EQUIPMENT CO. INC. same gray color T lit white
rhino la and doc-
bigger more
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II.; It has a aquare lip. where
toe W. University Ave. PR 2-1421. the black ha t pointed upper
I' UP We think this is one of the most beautiful correlated design
groups we've ever seen and what a magnificent value it it''
Woods are walnut accented with softly sculptured pulls and
ii in a new finish-Sienna-on exceptionally warm, brown that !J.
does wonders for the rich graining Construction is superb,
Are you employed far beyond what you'd expect ot such modest prices. Dining
tables topped with new, textured Panelyte are also available.
We've shown but a few of the pieces Come soon, set them oil.

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Favors Paying Stat Employtoi Ivtry Two Woods 50-inch China $159.00

39-lttk' CUM $127.00Ret.
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r Haydon Burns, himself a former employee) In the state

auditing department more than 30 years ago has said $119 .
that state workers should be paid more 1 than once I a 5-Pc. Grouping

month. He has avowed that he Is a strong supporter of m Table, Am Choir
the.merit system. Burns has said he has observed a fall = $15?
ing away from the principles of that system In the exec Chejin _
utive branch of State government, and as Florida's new $10 DOWN, $* MO.: -

governor, states that he intends to ,restore the dignity, and Rounded Square. Table 19.95 60-inch Rot* Briefer 119m'
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to Gainesville made Incorporate a roof sprinkler asked Mr.. Hanes to design a Persia them In his plans." ."

t .. possible by the general obligation system for fallout protect I Ion. unique building because the station Hanes explained how the The unique sprinkler syste m
was suggested to Hanes b 1
J bond issue Is the new fire The sprinklers along with a Is located near Interstate building was made Into a shel!
W. J. Gratham, a radiation spa
station West Ave.
.: Northwest on Gainesville University residents massive concrete: roof and Urge 75. The Commission wanted to ter. clallst at the U. of r. These
:. will soon have lower fire Insurance flower boxes around the build present'a good impression of "Mijor protection from fallout 1 I- would be used to wash fallout
R rates because of this ing contribute to minimizing the city to visitors arriving on In any building Is mass" off the roof
station. the effects of radioactive fallout the University Ave. access road. he laid. This Is provided In the The training program for the
Myrl Hanes and Associates The original design was easily fire station by the heavy concrete new firemen wll begin la early
Fire station No. I Is expectedto of Gainesville designed the adaptable to fallout protection roof. Radiation which I r January. The station should
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VISIT THESE BEAUTIFUL NEW HOMES TODAY .



TWO STORIES OF LUXURY LIVING! ALL YOU COULD EVER DESIRE,
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Trj Here's luxury home with plenty of SPACE to enjoy !living Over 2,000
a
double DuPont I f you seek Individuality this! could be the home you've been March
l feet enclosed area plus hug. nylon con-
lit tinuous square filament wall-to-wall garage. Ing for. Simple, yet elegant. Colorful, yet subdued Fred Mason, |nc.offer ..
carpet. RUT WITH CONFIDENCEFrom a vast array of features, previously available only to the)
Custom kitchen cabinets builr Ins.
Central heat & air conditioning Located M.mb. of Tho c wealthy, ot o most agreeable price. Mere words can not describe this
'I i: In beautiful Suburban Heights. 440 N.W. a r y/ luxury home See it today. It's completely!) finished and ready for occu; ,
l Gointivillo Homo BuiMm porgy Located on N.W 17th Place In Suburbia Heights.'
17th Place just off Millhopper Roods S /
fit N.W. 2ft* TtmM r40L/xlTEDS AtE
Fred Mason Inc.
' 372-8340 >
Auociation
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it Wooded Lot Brick Oak Floors BEST 4-BEDROOM HOME BUY!

T- This/ I Is one of Gainesville's most ourttondlng 4 bedroom home buys!
The Milton also has on oversized/ storage room rich wood paneling In
the spacious living area built-in, kitchen oil for only 92.41 per
month. FHA Includ'1-lnt..t, Insurance and taxes Nothing down
VA! 1(100 ) Y at Highland Court Manor.Tw .
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What o value! Full-brick rambler featuring genuine OAK FLOORS.
Three bedrooms I Vi bath Central heat. Beautifully situated on o L floor plan separate living; areas. Four bedrooms 2'/a;
e large wood lot safely away from thru traffic $14.000, $500 down luxury baths. Year 'round heating and air conditioning. Redwood fenced .. ,, _' .
$8649 month. 1514 N W. 34m Place.MIICTtWIf .
per for Built-in ranch kitct $1,250 down. $164 month.
yrd privacy. +en. per
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BMM .rue M ft* MM to B.W. Mk MMM AlUghland Manor
.*. w .wu. im ee..r km Ml... Located 3330 N.W. 28th Avenue.Norwood t Court
yI.eauare MMk km M UM km* M Ml.
The James Company Hope "H", Inc. : -=1 r.r\ i.Kirkpok'i.'Iiilcln..DeY.; ;;;

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DIt1nCt 1Iyt'ng. Huge 2Cb&iP'FAMILYrROOM. Four bed. "hvu\q be tar..-... d. ....__. wofomoaI_1ItQ .lsnrJy_ .ern ... VA '100 Wn =- PHA |S75 dowse, -
rooms .'.. owe full bothI: Paneled wall in loving room. Buit-in luxury ..... sofa -rr.q--0All buy..... ........ have bun. 'r
kitchen. Central gas heat. Just two blocks from elementary and Junior .*jl+ully PMwad by Mounw HomM M MMtrtMu'Ih New brick-front ranch style. Eacelfent floor plan feature 4 bedroomv
high sd+ool. Large 100'xlQO' lot. All city convenience A real value UMMU m ca i/onut 4. Mwi9 1)0000. 2 full boihi. Wif. saver kitchen hot fYe-..... G.E. butrt-lm. formk
16th AVENUE AT cell.... 1a" OHH 2-S ,.... .JlO N w. 1'11I r Lifetime '
otSI5.825FHA. Only$625 down. TURN OFF N W.. "-.. csr coll ntts. Other bg home feature Include real platter wall
N.W. 38th STREET-'in Sunnybrook. i terrauo focn. Full sodded (lawns. Circular cfr ,. 1927 N.W. 39th Drive.Hai ,

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II: Busting Out All Over Gainesville f" I 11::1:1Alter




Niklta getting fired Red ''Hugh' Edwards Inc.'s new IcCoy, Harold Walker,. and head up the sales department. Capital Builders out of Tallahassee

China' biggest firecracker, and Forest Rid g '. So there you Jimmy Womeldurf., Gainesville Board ef Realtorsare bring some to Gainesville"up North"bome i iCLAdirilO I

: the GOP film, you could hardly and ViewsGainesville are, an eyewitness account 01 S e still beaming over their first styles trend toward
I News Gainesville's building boom After building over 2,000 place award In National Real There's a big J
) can the Sun'i new HOME SECTION Next weekend we'll take a trip homes In .Gainesville, area tors Week eompetitkm. Contra-- second home for weekends, va

earth shattering But you to the Northeast section where milder, Hugh Edwards took nlatlons to steering committee cations. While some Gainesville
: can look forward each Sunday ., By the number of homes, schools time to build himself a new members; Frank Greene, organ folks have beach houses most

I to news and views about the seems to be Northwest fire station and gete BOBHATION and churches have been increased home. Completed last week. izer; Dick Robinson Chairman; prefer to build on area River lakes is
real estate market, interesting faster than smelling e e Grace Fordyce Gladys Smith and rivers. Santa Fe
ing with building activity. the right at Old State Road for outdoor
tips on decorating your home, Why sot tale a tint-hand in- (N.W. 13rd St.). Oa youryou'll left salts at s Beatle concert Charlie Cunningham, former Lei Jackson Jim Sheppard especially popular -
I do-it-yourself Ideas, plus news of Marcella Pardt John Merrill, activities.
see Suburban Heights e a manager Contractor's Supply
tour this afternoon?
of he building Industry. Like a Load pectloa la the old last year aa old Gainesville estate Builder and subcontractorsalike and Art Pepin, local Anheuser H. Wayne Hill, Mary Lloyd Did you know. the University
family '
first kiss, my first column may baggy your and bead tot to the University today a community ef fax- always try a little harder Busch distributor have formed Coleman and E. M. Deatoa, of Florida's $43.4 million
second highest
lack direction, but not enthusi The U .f F Is IB the sty homes. Ton right (East) when building Parade of Clip Realty and Development President ef Gainesville Boardof annual payroll's state?
asm. midst of a 'U,.," expansion oa N.W. Ilia Avenue at the Homes model Profits are heldto Jack de Yot and Ray Ellis Realtors. single payroll In the

It'. said that back In the thirties program Take a drive dowa sew Palm View Shopping at their Renewood subdivision a bare minimum. HomeBuilders DISPLAY

you could walk down most fraternity Row aid see some Plaza. Norwood ,Hope and Harold Association president,
i any street In America end never .f I the most spectacular new N.W. 18lh Avenue is alive with Walker have Jimmy Womeldurf reports a few
a number of
be beyond hearing range of structures ta the oath. From building activity. Hugh Ed- 1964 Parade of Homes models
radio favorites like Amos and tile University. ge West oa wards, Inc. Is building in Palm homes sold and under con are yet unsold. These homes are i
Andy and Allen's Alley. Today, ewberry Road At Newberry View Estates. Butler Brothers struction. Back on Itth AvenueJ. excellent values. The best time, to buy: is .

you have to make a concentrated and J4th he new Wisi Dixie Builders are building In Fern- W. Kirtpatrlck's Rldgewood e ,. ..., .. ,,
I effort not to hear the banging topping center It taking form. wood and Sunnybrook. Walter te the scene of building. Just Gainesville was well represented -"' -
of hammers, the G'rrrrr of Across the road a' siring. .flops Stubbs Is speeding preparation over the hill workmen are at State Association of
saws, and the creaking of bull stand when cotton tails of his models In his new North- winding up a development of Home Builders convention in
dozers. Everywhere you go lived a year ago. Keep driving west Estates community.' Just Brlarwood. Further East, Miami last week. In attendancewere
i someone's building something o. Newberry, part the ,new off 18th Avenue on 34th Street streets are being carved through A. W. Fletcher, Gerald NOW



I HOMES: FOR: AMERICANS 1 i Here's theANSWERS


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By ANDY LANG (sometimes called an expansionbit buying, a new home in

AP Newsfestares )) takes the place of several

QUESTION: The wooden supports I different-size bits, since! it cuts the next six months- tit

of our outside porch appear boles of various sizes. You'll see

to be rotting slightly a screw down near the cutting will' to us'
we built' the porch some When'I end. This screw Is for adjusting pay see
ago we set the J
'
the cutter.. On most bite one ,
masonry beset 10 inches from
'
the ground ar 'prevention complete turn enlarges or reduces ,
against termites. the size of the bole to be cut

d3 by W, a half-turn by 1.18". A
F-s- There are no signs of termites TODAY .
; little testing with the bit you
)' yet the wood Is rottingIn have will determine how to I
': r, Several places not very make the adjustments. Becauseof
roach ( 4 much, but enough to make us
I Isinwals the cutting action of an expansive
,Is-s e e vicee-Muty scow worry. I figure that I can bit, it has a tendencyto
'
:. the but
patch up damaged spots
split or splinter the wood as
TN won't the trouble occur again? Selection of ,
the point goes through. To prevent Large

'b a tAl1Ae[ ANSWER: When dry rot'.attack this,clamp piece of scrap Finished Homes .
wooden supports It usual- wood to the back of the wood being -

asaoou Llvlee soon ly means that there Is unsufUclent drilled. '
ettOtit-e'' k neasou -valas' ventilation under the Many Models, Floor Plans i

l0 M.s0' R.a porch. To provide proper ventl-I a o e I :
.. ation,' cut opening In any enclosed QUESTION: I have heard that Immediate Occupancy
portions of the porch between -:a small pipe leak can be repaired .I

v the ground and the floor with fiber glass. How Is this Nothing Down VA
..""' ... 'and most especially in the sides possible?
.....' ,01 the porch steps. First place ($100 closing) 4 f
..:1 ANSWER: It's done with a 1
A LOT Of LIVING SPA Ct tt pookitlnlo IW 7,470 tftari feet of living tpatt In pfan HA3S6C.JM wooden strips In lattice patternsIn kind of fiber glass cloth that Is '
Anfttiroom hone olio oouti. on luuauaUy forge amount / if act'far o ktutt Ml the openings, then cover: the ** Minimum Down fHA .
else mi fiaturti a forge, -/ storage clout. Nose On .:..ri' of. Hue iaiA.room. .' lists with fine screening. Before wound around the area of the
., she fags ont opining tlti ,.., it will at to tAe main Ml. Tltt ktiat. built of brick patching the supports, be sure leak. However the cloth must
vtnttr on ""wtoi toiulniolion and Hat an .aienolt iHitflt roof. The ."AiI.clEI,.., Cflltek, they are still In reasonably solid be coated with an epoxy resin | $13,400 to $18,200 '- ,
: 35 E, Chicago ''., 1.1IlL condition. It dry rot has spread both before and after it Is tightened } :

\ too much, the porch win sag and around the pipe. When the ;' J ,. Attractive, Convenient
sew supports will be needed. resin hardens, it blocks! the .
hole In the pipe nd is water Location
4 e e proof.

4 Decorators Also Make QUESTION: I spilled a can ofpaint S e
on our concrete basement Court Manor
.. :. floor. How can the'stain be removed (You can get Andy Lang's Illustrated Highland
booklet "Make Simple "
?
Architectural Plumbing Repiars," by sending
I Changes ANSWER: It will be harder 25 cents and a long, stamped, Salt Office Located
a remove now than if you bad self addressed envelope to D a

(i By VIVIAN BROWN' scenic designer for televisionand apartments are being made ,tackled It at once. Vie a liquid Know-How P.O. Box 9M, Jamaica I.., .N.E. 23rd Blvd.! 01 Uh T.".
paint remover following the itecttotij N.Y.. 11431. Also available,
I AP Newsfeeteres Writer Broadway his knowledge
mon formal, and small areas
I on the container. It at the price is "Paint Phone 372-3471 j
i Many apartments and houses. cam in handy when a prob- same Builder and Developer jS
rooms
of and other
living space "
lem I may require two, three or even Your House, Inside end Out. S
I have rooms that resemble little arose.- can become spots to set up formal When finally
I bur applications. you Specify which booklet
boxes so that Interior designers 1'1; had ordered scenic wall ; dining In a Jiffy. Bockman get the stain off, a slight\ want) youj r
must often take care of architectural panels I from miniature panels has set up such dining areas Inlea 1 hardly perceptible discoloration ass uv -
3 cuuipieo
details before getting to that wen charming. But whenI than a half-hour with two may remain. If so, wipe It vigorously k
the home's' furnishings. ,Youcan't saw the full< I get that continental look my wall, I was shocked the beautiful candles and accessories with turpentine.
that everyone wants these days colon were far too strong. storing everything In a
with a background of blank bendy adjacent area until need- S I
walls, says interior designer "1 could have had an artist ed. .0- EHWNEWJ
George Bockman.: work at ITS a day to correct the QUESTION! : Among a quantity -
"The good thing Is that people took but that was too expensive "I give a dress rehearsal andmy of tools a neighbor gave me
client knows before he moved was an
accept architectural details So I bought theatrical netting what to do away
when' the time expensive bit At least that's
Years wide and seamless, and spread comes. One table -
suggest they
you ago
fought It," he H over the entire wall, surrounding can be keyed to a color In the name Imprinted on the side
says. of lt.I know It.. for drill I n g
it with a galloon (narrow one accessory, another table
In the 1930s when stark( mod holes, but how Is It adjusted*
another U desired
trimming) to make it look chic 111 color he
ern was In vogue, a reaction
'The mist created by \the netting explains. ANSWER: An expansive bit
from the crash It made m dlf
looked perfectly natural over = a
ference really what kind of
} background you had for furni the Italian architectural"theme an SPECIAL SALE
ture. People were. escaping from landscape.
I the opulence of the 10s, he laYI.j That's how a different look Is

j But today richness Is In style born. But sometimes It takes circulating oilQUAKER 1

I again People want to enjoy courage to try. 1 1'I
their homes and have others en- One big help for Interior designers '
Joy them. U they go to the thea- has been the Interest in 55,000 BTU: 'I f ft
ter. It Is because they want to, quality furnishings displayed by _
not because they want to escape clients says Bockman, who Is with 10-year guarantee )

from dreary abodes newly elected president of the on the fire pot and '
,Bockman revives'rooms with New York Chapter of the National rings. "
crown molding or a dado if Society of Interior, De- vopor ;1

possible. He alms to provide signers. e \tY ,
true architectural detail such They want quality In- everything -
HEATERSONLY
as bolserlt. (French panelling;) art, architectural details I f ar
aa often as possible. I color furnishings. And

,("Even when the budget Is low, the key thing Is, he says, that
tt Is possible to have these more people recognize l fine detail .
in furnishings fine carving
treatments by using simulated
effects of moldings and bolserle and furniture finishes obtainable

manufactured in paper. Even In today' )In authentic re-, $7285Me4eI,1HI4010
rented apartments people take productions
a lot of care ta this type of detailing Though some people seem shy ,
'
be points out and restrained when exposed to Thermostat'Colltrolled Blower ,$15
,"I've found people win put shocking ways of using! color,I
money into their homes when 'they are. stimulated by It. The
they are Interested In a definite'Impact of good design and for Oit'Drum); 10% DOWN

style. But If there Is an ordinary -:ward-looking designers la helping -

assemblage. of furnishings, everyone be says. Some and Stand Every Feature Convenience Luxury. Every Family Like to Have!
they will not want as much for people originate; some adapt 12 Months To fay ,

their homes When one realizes It's like women's styles, be 55-gal. 'steel The Young America Homes craftsmen are putting the final touches en IGainesvill.'s
what total design means points out Some set trends; drum Many other sixes and proudest display+ of new homes. A link dab of paint here .
though, one Is not so conscious others copy. Sturdy steel styles of famous brand
little the white terrazzo floors. Soon these I
a more wax on gleaming
ef how much It costs as how to Dining rooms of the smallest stand heaters to choose from. avoid the. rush? Come
achieve It." be All necessarytubing homes will be officially open for inspection.,Why not
says.Once
understand furnishings and out today and sneak a peek. No down payment to qualified Vets. FHA
and you background, you can- Agent GetsDistrict fittings We Sell e> Instill.. minimum down payments. Telephone 3727070.

create effects'' of your own. Complete CENTRALHEATING
Trouble Is that amateurs go all PostLAKELANDDIck Installation

to piecellf a mistake made
he aye, tastes* of merely trying Robinson Sft2 hMMtoeASOwtWoiMltSTIMATIS YOUNG IIMBRICAB088
to solve tt some ,way. Interior Gainesville real estate agent DIRECTIONS: ..

designers cope with mistaken has been elected vice chairman Drive out IJH Street er N. Mel Street re I6tt A..... ... I /
: often felting better re- for the lit district. Florida Realtors "
suite born of the necessity of Assn. associates division. ( B. Bohannon Jr. him right (lest> twtil ye* roach Pd.!. ISrk Street tune

correcting: the ..,,...: Robinson's election: came during left .-. drive te N.L JOtfc A...... At Villas Green
A will scenic to his own home the association's convention S.t 7tw St. 8 t* A.e. Plea PI 2.""
Is .. M-avtwaat'A:tenser here last week. .
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,Ilt New Corduroys Go Well in,. Any Room r. : f.WUb f.


:( 1' j4t the football season weD 'top of the walls with the big-'many -practical patterns. Shop. carpet What colon for the furniture

under way and with all the college DOROTHY gest fattest red ball fringe you around. Mrs. L. S. asks: ?" 'i
ye Mi echoing over the can find. Lampe with shiny "I am planning to purchase furniture Dear Mrs. L.: se.You
land, we'd like to five a cheer black bases, white shades. Mrs. for the living room-a
DRAPERAnd could use either the n e w
) for corduroy! Never has it de- E. McV. asks: sofa and two club chairs. I am Fern green or the new Bluebell .

I r rala served such rousing. approval "We have Just paneled our stuck with beige walls, beige i blue with your combina
as now. kitchen. It is honey color and draperies and cinnamon colored ton.Nal.l .
No matter where you are when you remember that all utensils are white. My cabinets
In a dorm in the city, in the these are washable tub f a .Is are fruitwood My chairs

4 4r country in a tree house 0 r prints no wonder we're cheer- are white with gold speckles. "Wtwt MMMI" ..... t* THAN
mansion any room would ng the corduroys this season. The tile Is new on the floor. Central
look better thanks to these new Wide wale corduroy p111 1 low s It is white also but so hard to Heating

,1w + rk t' corduroys. Narrow wale, wide In ten gala colon with sip off keep clean. We would like your & Air ConditioningAvoid
r
wale, In plain colon thesewe covers and pads for capta 1 n's
advice another color tile
on '<* ruth tovt toot Install a clean,
are used to. But have you chairs contribute the I row n please. I use white and fold I oaf and conomlcal TRANE unit now at """*-, .
seen any of these? A paisley "Rah! Rah!" chorus to our corduroy shortie draperies." .....n __." iptctol Dflcti Completely In- $985
print with red, beige, blue on a cheer. So don't .al 1 t. Italltd and guoronttd for at low ot '. .. '
gold ground. Black Watch plaid march right down to a '"cor. Dear Mrs E. McV.: You need NO DOWN PATMINT Html H S T**"*>,
blue corner" and color in there. Too much white For Fro Estimate j jPh
in deep tones of with duroy Join the lusty
green. A needlepoint floral I throng that's out for the new and gold for a kitchen. How ALL s.saICAN I
about blue red mottled 376-8268 MIATINO AIR ,
a
green, or
print on red or natural ground corduroy look that is definitely CONDITIONING CO.. I
Hag stripes in clear red and "la." floor or a good definite I LIteIlH4 -......- .......
black and white? There are
blue on a white ground. Paisley Mrs. D. M. asks: I II
l multicolored stripes on a
gold ground. And last, but by "I have recently acquired a ciMsim MSPUV
no means least, hounds-tooth beautiful hand made quilt. It I
check In black and white black has a white background with a Ahead Yours !
Realtor Week .Award and blue or black and red. Stunning colonial print in red, white and Years Today
black. I will use it in the max I
E. M. Deaton, front left, receives recognition for the Gainesville Board of It doesn't sound much like ter bedroom where the woodwork
Realtors for Its national first place award for Realtor Week activities from the old corduroy, does it? And and furniture are maple. Futura HomesKIRKPATRICK
Harrr J.''Vordermcler, president of tilt State Realtors Association. Other when you remember that these Black rocker. I have braided
members shown are, left to right, Mable Gore, Ralph Glasier, Arle Smith, are washable tubfatt prints, rugs in the same colon as the
Ernest Tow Jim Sheppard Jane Caldwell and Alonco Frank Green, general no wonder we're cheering the quilt I have bought white dust
chairman of the steering committee for the Realtors here I corduroys this season. ruffle and white Cape Cod cur
1 With cafe curtains valances, tains. What color should 1 paint

Says'Interama'1 zippered bolster covert pillow the walls" and what color for (A

I I v I Property Sales shams and wedges to match, lamps
\ why In the world would 11I'OIIIenr Dear Mrs. D.M.:
\1 jA CertaintyI' have to ask what to do Would you consider a rosy-red
I WAMAMtV OHM tor Hut* Srawi M* ...... Lit n"M, with a bedroom,. den or family for the walls? It would make a
For Miami ....., 11-n ....oy LIMI Iititot, 5.... room? warm and cheerful looking
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punk MMMO 4. J. 1
? to lola Oil OhttM Inc. It i Dtwrtm -
Lot JO ol .trn_ Mtntr 4KJH.Brtnd .* ills. ttl n t* HUM" '** Cowl It doesn't sound much like the room. If not, paint the w al Is
I f MIAMI (AP-) Interama the! Nwnt Non'", Inc. to MughIdworo Minor, .... old corduroy does ITT D d snow white and border the
), Loll OS, '". 107. .. It*. 110 -
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Inter American Cultural and 111. Ill Ill 114, Iii IM IV. 1* lit A I. lurrtnqf ( win N LMm
Trade Center for 130.: 111. IU 131 IM It Call I.t_ Ml wilt Lift X 0, It, II, 11i r S.
planned many Norm 345.300.N.rol. 5431,11 V.5.5.0151,015. < xs kr'arA+.nl
years on a tract north of Miami,' .S.Mo..l.X..11II..*.... A. .... It UkoMtW luMMlMl,Vim.Jtm .
"Is hill, Lot 7 Ol tprhii. Cue ......1.1.1.... 4.. .
now a certainty, accordingto Tow M* Oils It TtmtyewlKr IF YOUCOMPARE
Claude D-Fla. IIIJOO.wv4 ,' BwlMtrt.. IM. .... It tf DttIHHIItH .
Rep. Pepper,
*nM Jr. Sid wlK' to Hobtrt & PIERSON
I said all that remains LOON* JOHM IM wi, Lot I* ol Mir 51us Addlll ls"-'345la. ,
Pepper I.'NI. 04.55 /, 114,105 I ... R. ... WM' It ""*.
to be done is execution of papers' Hey M WIMIimt tnC ills to MtrltluHock ==.T/1..1p.s., let 1tI.. 0451 PRICES
_.', 11L4.,1.
pod proper procedural steps : to 0.Lot lo I vllio of,W OlMN.* T Million I. ..,..... 'fIC. I. 0.., .JO1. Th* Mlllbfit a tan eemblnotlon .( colonial. btouty and 11IO-
/ The $11S million federal loan: omit O. Kitwy to KmtM W. _w kar .....wIN. L.. M. II 4.111.. cloutntu Till good looking horn bows 1494 square .t.t of en-,
has cleared all legal barriers,!Str..Cwrf bcrra, IllMO.loronc. all win. Lot 11 ol HlonItM 110.01LIOa.M1 145.4... Int. N 5.5W e. OF SAME QUALITYYOU trot four gtmrout Size btdroomi, two kmurlout' bolht Large
the Miami added.' .. M Jr. on* cob. I* .HI if LlMtkl |.t>
congressman | Mtnnck to MM t looiod ,...,OltJOt, kIKhtn. _
"There Is to stand in WAS Lot I It Diy't klMMMtn ClMtor P. Out sod ills to PH 1
nothing end Loll it vavlr.3urvy $13.301.Jahn .... ... ikelo..d
WWry wHt LH 4 S tt lot Tn
the of approval, echoed I. .rti sod wMt to TnomtiCothoun. WILL ALWAYS
way r .01
Milton Seiner Lit l iii liktintr. ...... 0. M. Ow'M.IOO.'". hK4 to ........ N.. *. FHA VA
deputy admlnJs.l MnnvOUOt.wniltm. *M vNt, M I K ........ Down
trator and general J. WIIII' M M.: wm to Wtl- M51Ll/ Prlc. $300 Down $100
, the Housing and Home Finance I BUYot '.17,200 $106.11 Mo. 'IOI. 2 Mo.

I Agency In Washington "I would I MUTUAL
.' say approval will come. within a Sob ...... ....... M." Hit .....
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around the world did it in 10
minutes, the National Geogra
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ard E. Byrd and Floyd Bennett I. t1. yd.AUDITING
flew to the North Pole and circled $---lllloTw. ::t" FEATURING INSURANCE FOR

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Houses for Fun (?), Profit _. I

Wouldn't it be nice if you a leak while he Is out on another off valve /Is, but la a little fussy I
....
Actress Tlppl Hedren is .on "";" : ;- '1'-- -- "- could ,always get a plumber Job or away for the weekendor about which of the other II
". 'd quickly every time you neededone otherwise unavailable. Of valves control which lines. Evenif )
goal 'I" '
her to realizing I .
she wants way to collect: masses of. .1..,. 1j ? course, there are some persons' he knows the location of every -, EVERY DAY ,
land and buildings. No use kidding yourself. You who have other Ideas about why valve, and which line It la' Jt
II
The blond actress, AlfredHitchcock' ; ; ; ... = can't. It isn't always the plumb It t Is so difficult to get a plumberfor on, he makes the common mistake -
either. He can't small house Isn't informationto INTERIOR
er's fault helpIt a Job that of keeping the
recent discovery, Is .
.
being compared with.: Grace j ..'... s"...; 1. <1'1' tdf ': t. if a pipe in your house springs likely to be too lucrative, butthat's hlmtelf. The result la that SEMI- ..1 i
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Kelly, ,But she could also be .I .. '" another story. when an emergency occurs during GLOSS
('
/ "' : : The point we'd like to his absence, nobody else InUrn
compared: with Hefty Green, the 9 _. .. r' I PUC to Probe get I ENAMEL
female financial wizard. w+w r ,_.. .1.. 'p. ..I ;fr"y.u. I across now la that there are house hat any idea of how
.
Beside her real cute Invest If Firms' Film times when you can't get a to shut off the water. e SMMIM. fmily98 -
'., plumber when you need him, The solution: learn where a. rieldC
ments'- she now has four : .
.
houses in California which she : _. Was 'Political'TALLAHASSEE regardless of the reason.That's every valve li, then mark each t aliw'tMIIai eelC..w.si
has Improved and rents she l..v the time you'd better know with a tag explaining which

is a'cement pump contractor. !: (AP) The something about the plumbing line It controls and how to shut S I........".
"I buy real estate because I ... '-. ,. Florida Public Utilities Commission system In the house. Most eseclally it off; that la, dockwlaa. In the Ytt We ibleebwe ,
.
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.., > should know the event of a leak, quickly abutting a
like to watch my investm eats .., will look Into the dlstrlbu you Rolf.Y.Iawn.a. '
grow.It's no fun for me to have 'H... .. Hon by two firms of a movie location of every water valve off the water can minimize .
money in savings banks or on I I' ,,*,'"*'; 4. film attacked by Democrats as so you can shut off the damage to the house. Also,shutting r. uses.I .

}laper.1 could sell my first ,t CiIi.t;: %;. political. proper one In case of an emer off one section of the line ,lilt...". Weal T"..

house\ bought three yean ago, .. ,.. Commission Chairman'' Ed gency. can enable the family to have r.' D...u't' ....
at a $ IOOO profit so it'i a nice '{7!L',' "'-. ;..". :.,1)%1/Ji" Mason said that the commission In some houses, there Is a water throughout the rest of .. ... ''a Pt h. : I
quick return on your money." t. would first decide If the film, shutoff valve for every plumb- the house until the leak Is re .' .
real estate Tlppl Hedreo --
The secret of house rental and Actreiss and owner called "The Welfare State" was hog fixture, usually close to the paired.For. I
sales profits lies In home Improvements works on her financial statements at her desk. political, and if so, who paid for fixture Itself. But to' most ( Andy Lang's detailed $ PLUS FBEE

oho advises, and !It. '; others, one valve takes care of booklet "Make Simple Plumbing 2ND GAL
women are better at It 'than cause if It doesn't fit Into one stance. With them you can build Florida Power Corp. and Tam two or more fixtures.' Every: Repairs," send M cents anda

men, "because, after alt a house, it'll fit in another. I keep an apartment- house in one pa Electric Co. distributed the house has a main valve by long, stooped self-addressed _
house la I woman's domain." some things In a warehouse week, Tlppl says, with a gleam film but stopped when the controversy which all the water can be shut envelope to Know-HowP. 0.
A woman can recognize thata some at the shops where I make in her arose, Mason said Under Box IM, Jamaica, N.Y., 11411.
ft roll of wallpaper,would purchases and I've got a little eye. state law utility companies off.The man of the house very often ,Specify you want the plumbing sot PLW..5rh A's. Ph... 376-7755
cheer up a dreary hallway she book that lists the articles and "They can pump up 10 floorswith cannot make contributions to political knows where the main shut- ,booklet.) CASH i CARRY w USI YOUR CIHTRAI CHARGE
the half-mile hose and
points out, but a man wouldn'teven where they're stored. campaigns.The .
notice the dreariness. I Her formula for house-buying heavy duty machinery," she explains Hillsborough County Dean cu .r ri.o oas.tev

"For example. you can collect -:Is simple: "and are used to build ocratic Committee said the film
DOO more a month la rent "I buy contemporary homes highways, tunnels! sewers anda had been shown In connectionwith
with swimming pool, and what because you do more with them. pier under the ocean." political meetings. I
does a pool coat? You can have I look for charm to a good area There are only about 30 of IF YOU ARE PAYING

it paid off in no time at all, I know most of the good places these pumps In the United Commission OKs
and the rest Is profit" ibo In Los Angeles and can judge States, and she and the bank)
approximate values I like will soon own two more,' she
"Y' Alai Dates
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Tlppl admits she la "up to herey.1ubII1I three-bedroom nouses because says. They cost about $20,000 I

credit," but that's you.can. .hit children a fairly ii large, servants market apiece and are rented' to con MIAMI (AP) The Florida $L JP PER MONTH \
good she explains, "the more tractors; who use them only State Racing Commission ap ,.
Some like a
you borrow, the better your guests people and about two days at a time, perhaps proved these dates for aI-aJaI ... ,.
den. Good kitchens food
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credit And It's reassuring to OJ
a dozen times a year so Erontons: .' \ RENT
,
bathrooms, efficient'pillmbln
have a bank as your partner. and lots of closet space are they don't want to be bothered Fern Park Nov Mlarch U; .
Good landscaping Is snot her -
:
what want. owning them. Miami, Dee. xf-Aprll 8; Tampa
plus,when.upgrading a house She women has the houses checkedby I Tlppi loves the wonderful Dee. JMprf 37; Denis, Dec. 7
"You can lave money buyIng before feeling of being Independentand April; West Palm Beach Dec. :
experts purchase You Could Be .
plants in quantity as I do i Buying
plumbers, heating men, appliance doubts that she'll be sit (April I.
for four houses. I don't buy
people, then holds confer ing in a rocking chair when No action was taken GD'tJIf<
planta that need watering all the her daughter cornea to visit her May 11-Sept 6 dates proposed
time. People who rent houses en cos on home Improvement. In her old for the Volusla fronton. --
age.
dont want to be bothered. I buy possibilities. I I : a home in Village Green
jungle platt,lots of palm trees : "Women want good light, so "'\ ntw
giant ferns, enormous cacti" I make sure it is provided. I've .
She bought out a nursery that pent so much time in badly
was going out of business 15- lighted hotel rooms apply 1111 Do You Want to- I
foot trees and what not, and the makeup at windows, that it Is .
owner offered her a tree that is one of the pet. projects In my .

five stories high, a. challenge to bouse.
I Tlppl la Improving the home
move."It would cost 1800 to moveIt she lives In a playroom and Balance Your Budget
bath for daughter Melanie
in a box car and with derrick f .
and a new bathroom for her .
buL I..can't bear 16 thinkof -
it being cut down.ale bet self. It will have a fishpond on 1
sides it would took wonderful the other side of her sunken eo
t on the llacre site I'm planning. tub, sculptured glass around the I Coijt.-
fall as a towel rack, a watt of .- "
to buy fof my own;......) oj .
Her houses ,rent for about fvertlcal louvered sculptured .
$750 a month unfurnished and cement to let air in, but keep All Your Bills
pay for themselves, she says. peepers out. There'll be a built.In
She's going to hold everythingfor hair'dryer and other Innovations. KEYWEST .

M years. Next year she'll ,.
need tax deductions so Shell begin Tlppl's roll In her most recent y rasa ews

to .furnish then. And with movie, "Mamie," Is that of a I Have One Payment Only.Here's $11,250 $65 FIR r
that Idea In mind, she. buys up'compulsive thief. Some of her MO. -t
whatever she sees. that. looks business ventures are perfect FHA' :
Interesting. i for a Hitchcock: psychological t ,, $395 Mown' ....._ I' '
"I can buy anything I like be- plot-the cement pumps, for In-, a, $100 .down VA ....., .1& e....,.. wx.uI4.Ul4 a ce.:ea '

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PSTBFORE' BULBS Why pay rent??? You Con now own your home In Village Green, -. 1
by Hugh Edwards. Northcentrol Florida's largest home builder. ,
Luxury General Electric built-in Oven and Range INCLUDED AT I
FREEZEfrom : NO EXTRA COST. Terrazzo floors. Real plaster walls. Sidewalks. -
You New Pay ConsolidationMortgage All city services. You'll pay just $65 per month including taxes
and insurance. .
By rAW AftONSON early April through most
AP MtweisshiTSiBulbs of May. teen Co. $14.19 YOU r' I It

require little care and Mtf. Peyment 59.50 WOULD

planting U easy-' .la- ,well prepared decorate You may the securely tops of and coda.4uiy or Car Peyment 72.10 PAY HOMSOWNrtl HVE YEAS. WAMAJUT

,
ground
should .fee redwood tense posts with pots of Dept Store 40.00. ONLY : ?sea,
be-
planted
Bulbs > flowering plants\ or trailingTreat 0' :.:..r-....._. "ASK ABOUT OUR
fore a freeze foe good root de ,!we link 21.20

l velopmenL'Plant tulips, daffodils(," ""and*' proof the paint post tops or tack with on water a N.W'Fey $234.39 S66.66 =:. --9..rDOUBLE: YOUR MONEY'

hyacinths about 4 Inches deep double fold of aluminum foil. You -r"I-':::"-= e--==::.r+y r

and all Inches apart In well- Drive a five Inch nail Into the OR LESS -:.= ::.....:=.: .:.:.'..:'",.:.::.:.:..:_::::: ,''' :t:..
drained soil additions ot sand BACK GUARANTEE"Seles ,
center of the place the !
post pot ,Call or Writs Today. --- ..
or pelt moss will Improve drainage hole over the naOhead .' : .
dralnsge. Water will after and flatten the nail inside the If out-of-t wit-tell collect ,. '
!t
planting\ and should there be
pot before filling the container: "J
drought water well in the fall. with earth and plants.
We got excellent effect last S e SUN-STATE ANCOMPANY ; I''

season by planting a dose i To help seriate your potted F'i .
bulbs of the same color In plants, rake the top of the soil POST OFFICE lOX 501 "
clumps. This year we plan. to about a half inch with a kite JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA Open \ eawarat '\
plant In larger groups.If h n fork occasionally This 2909 N.I. ir1LhU8h :
all your bulbs are the same also will help water to penetrate DAY NIGHT I PkM ;; : )I
variety you'll get all the blooms the loll to the roots. ELln 4.8221 EVerireeit 8.1104 ._ I

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Sunday October U, 1954' Gainesville. Sun SD
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,I, To Architect Cleaner Is City Key. 'it In 1Ei



j II By NOR.LlCOE The architect: Is the logical professional The panel ex agreed that no ol- "f.! J.f ? iE1!( P'-PI[ J II Ifs! .1(1 v J m
Sua Staff Writer I (
do
to the
job. ficial board or agency snoulibe d
t Who Is responsible for ugliness !- At the opopsite viewpoint wan created, with the power ti.0 !
and the elimination of it! Dan Branch, UF professor of prohibit construction of u gl 1 ]_ JIlf: ; ,,111"PE.If" : ifL I'i'1 Ii. f.) hhih'J
This \
. question came up again architecture and one of the de- buildings or creation of offensive I
j and again Friday during a seminar signers of the proposed Gainesville signs. j'I./I :
and symposium, involving City Hall. "This is a matter for the Individual .. U ,; ? g >
architects Friday at the Unlversity I During the seminar, he pre- conscience," commented !
iu J ; IfI[ .1 I fmMJ
of Florida. sented a slide program giving Jack S. Funkhouser, UF assistant I'll.IllfII
Conflicting viewpoint examples of ugliness. humanities professor. j
emerged about the role of the Friday night at the symposium Other speakers at the seminar :"a g I Itatet 2 C; '
architect: in saving and planning he and five other architects Friday were Dave Gods; 1 *
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cities. Both views III ; fir r f ; i : J I
were expressed and a humanities professor chalk Gainesville planning di = iI i fI:1
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by architects. were asked what shouldbe rector.; George McCue St Louis 1 .i stta!
One view holds that the profession done to eliminate uglinessand I Post Dispatch, and Dr. Richard .j iII 'tIrI p
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Is trained to take charge, create urban beauty. Dewey. head, Department : ..i il .
to make decisions about the "Beauty is subjective,'" of Sociology University of N. IH il.! ;
t'.1j
functions and esthetics of com Branch replied, adding that the Hampshire. ; > i f (FlU I ,
munitits. architect should not become involved Grady.Clay Louisville (Ky.) 11 'Itf'f
The opposite view Is that ,Courier Journal, gave the t
1
somebody else should cleanup. keynote address and semi I nar r JI !1
Another lIb.
panel member said I ; : : h I
the II
mess. summation. O
that of eight Florida architectswho !
Esthetics Implies the elimination discussed the question earlier 0. .nl: a lii t ....
of the creation of 'a
order, visual ugliness harmony, scale l ,, :I that the this architect year, six should concluded not I' 1! If. i'
ElectricalMotors Ir
i
values symmetry and other vliua II I take an of active ugliness.role In the elimination II i r = itf'jhl'! t i J ''i I,'I' I II.
!
Ugliness/aa defined by archi- The members of the symposium I Installed tf J
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cluttered tects poles, Includes,signs broke,chaotic splintered windows patterns utility ,, I I discussed for the ugliness question, of and responsibility Rtildtnti.l rr All.Itatrlul Comm.rcaalIndustrial Needs I! If I : iIw: 'iirr, I Jj! !!f J =
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that the CALLC.
I apparently agreed gen i't o
1 f
peeling paint plies of old I .eral public must shoulder the' :
tl
I cars and general junk. I burden education In P. Dressler s fl I
Alfred Browning Parker, I schools and Through In the press the Electrical Contractor. rJ : {fr.Ii.!. [ J !11llhifha !! I:
prominent Miami architect: told I public should educate Itself, ands: Phone n I93 ,
a group' of newsmen Friday lean up the townscape. :1 910 N.W 4tfc St. ;: i iI
* ii morning: g. g. ? !
I'l i "The architect Is the natural d -I h Jlii. P! iilI/lla! /

I j:;'r and selection experience, qualified, to by assume education a FOR AS ,LImE AS '$10 MONTH iII', a. r I r = f _- lfr "[ I; I 'I j ,
large responsibility In the design I itI r t: S''II = ttI a '' JII"I S It ''liIJ II
of our new communities YOU CAN BE THE OWNER OF AN ESTATEIN : :d. .
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f i _
\ old.and .the. rehabilitation of the IRA-BEA'S OASIS, An unspoiled parodist I itt( f'C'i" 1 i. (trtt: ; 4 Jlil I
[
on the banks of the Sant. F. RiVarIOAT ( ; .jllr /litr', II
((The) planning of the corn I II .
munity must not be relegated I. f LIrlj 1 S ..
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\ to the realtor or businessman nl j fjlh Iu! ;: '1 i = ;ilJr'if I UII"f1 I r
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or even to the engineer. 0 r t. 1 tIlt

$ Pilot Jumps ; sr.. II: ( 'I 0 s IsIltr Ir I 11'11[ I: : !ail e i IIIII! t. 'I 1

To Engine Safety'Froze'WILLIAMSBURG When ri! !! :; i. { +(i) { JJiIttirL I

Ky. (AP) w a. lilt f(II e.o a: 1! I In : fU'> iinillfII'! 1lli'I! ;
A Navy pilot parachuted to

safety engine crashed AC Friday into Skyhawk when a mountaintop Jet his fighter single I I 111J fII': 1 fr ct t t: o t 'I' tIC _n r : fm: JiIH!! !II! I tll1l i iJ

: south of here on the Tennessee I = 0sI .ll ) 1m''
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Jrh ':I __ _J
Kentucky line. .
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a.-.1 II
. Cmdr. Loran Craney, 42, Pa-, Ill o att!. HT a. If rH J ili I = ;'
; tuxent Naval Air Station, Md.,1was ; o tt11ft' !WIflfl'I n I
Tennessee I CENTER OF 800 FT. PARK a
picked up by a RAMP Q I ,

Highway making his Patrol way helicopter to a nearby after I At Ira-Bea's 100 feet Oasis waterfront all lots by average 200 F Water Levels i ( t Irl ''li1i'( 'I 1'hl"1 i I ,
house. 'i covered New High I n. r i
feet deep on high bluffs II I ( i I 4 I } ,
The Federal Aviation Agency I 1"lI.ai s,
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by Live Oak Dogwood. Holly. .
at Knoxville, Tem., said Craney ...N.w.. .. q.I *
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to /.it
II and Magnolia all developed t. NI.a, fit. rlllff''I'; j ..
was on a cross-country flight retain the natural beauty andcharm. Dry Let tll. yea ; i I r: : '
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out of,Patuxent in the when pilot's the words craft'sengine access(Inland to lots water have) convenient ,f'I IJ i j / "r ,"I,1 ,

y "just froze up." I for your _.tk-.nd retreat or > t I 1 !
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1 I '- t living you eon tfi- flU f 'lfilli'I' I
Absentee BallotApplications : I LOOKING FOR joy dining. and all water sports. HPT : If 'ffJi' :)& I '
In Hit crystal dear,Sonic F.River I po {
I A MAHOI.SIZI : end natural boiling i t Illti1rti, '

t Due TALLAHASSEE Thursday(AP) -Person i tt Choice 100 ESTATE.elOa Sites,av.ileble 20? acres In front' '.a'n 600-ocrt,beoutaful park stocked. .1,Swim 800-excluslye and Camp' : loot game and and wo'tr-picnic rongt huntIn fttdplonttd jlh: U f' o':J g;: iIII cIr' li 1;! iI:fdl': :: tp'r1'I 1\

Intending to cast absentee I for your twlutivthunting 1 b I: st 'I
baPots in the Nov. 3 election I I Ii J lu!.
I n d
mat get their application to Less Then -HOUR'S DRIVE from CeinesvUle 1.1 1 tlJ r I rfrrfe/': >! I j
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their county supervisor of registration I CALL 462-1735 f J'J :' ,

t Secretary said.i by 5 of p,State m. next, Tom Thursday Adams,I or Write 4" &. NMb1LM' 4 f 1 I U[ r. ISIt! !} Ii.illl! !/ E i I

i After that time no more applications IRA L McCORMICK ? II! r (
can be received understate 'W1
t The law.absentee ballot must be I I *t. I. In 0.-t. AbckM, ..., .a el }II. tIIt I I i = r [ I Ii I' i!
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returned to the aunty: office by,I Rt. 1. Ira 94 r 1 f l I ll1fh.
S pjn. Nov. >. the day before ALACHUA, FLA. "
.the. Section, in order to be ........ .11
..11Ited. i Tr rltii Fwaish.d If desiredt ;.fl If J : r IN'
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60' Gainesville Sun Sunday.. October 25. 1964

FEMALE HELP WANTED 12 Mai Hal'* Want

N.Y. CLASSIFICATION 947 WoIINTID r..111_ 100.1 IS, ... lillU'" ITAT'ON AHINDANT. AVON CALLINGSTOP
Hotels lie* aMhlent. Wary ballS Mewalltlcation sail 0I. .... APNy _. II I
: t 'f f *. Ian ajuellfkalkinetor 115101115 011 11 1150." .115111111.P5m .
WANTED 1' tINDV > NOWIS o 5IS 111.WA..TIO. ....1I1on. WORRYIWa AIOUT

SALESMAN. CHRISTMAS MONIY. Tan
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Face Crisis .- :/... t 5 04cllr1t1115. 5141115 ep. lor baarago rand Ill NM 5 void Isiss.

=. I5r1 r.0un11 ro 51. NIA.C. Age 15-31, mutt be bondobla.VtUit .. M Av.. I."............ ,
ANNOUNCIMINTS,I! 0.11.. lull.COCKTAIL tram M weokdeye. OM'I M.,. Wild Ay*).

Of JetAgeO HAVE YOU ftCr < Apply WAITReuIoronistuad. III pro ro I 1.MRVICR.._STATION. Apply" ATTENDANT.to perwn *tluperler P. O. Ira 411. Cainatvill.
I M Ms ts1o. i lit,. fervlce Itetian. Ft*. .r call I
M Thorta 1 005.1.Univsrlly' Inn 01 NW 13th: ItIOFPICi FR 2-0421

I 3fau fork ffilntfB 3 &.11I. Pom 1151 IW ,311I 5. t IALCI .poelllen. regular -
.AIIT.TlMI WAITRESS pey" epfjortunlty for advancement
4 Pt/pmlliW tarvltoj' '. and ..,.,.. "
I AppI01II5.0 tow loinssll NKINO'S chellenglng -
NEW YORK The New Yon _
: THESEt' I Trans lolsosti1.0A POOD HOST KMT.14M Ing pMltton. Write ton I-A II
! hotel Industry js. entering a ANY OF 1511111 IIoIIc.- IW JIlt ITRIITitHitlal *,e Celnenllla fun and give education .

critical period J change thai t 7 P11rlsIs 1 'AIHION WICU. _1.11.. 10 ,/ ltpef111011G.. tor.appointment
t and tor InterviewI
S toby Slrtoro, OM Cw III socUI.r Ski ROUTE
hotel and realty experts believe = till: kno.WI... Esr/l NS I ANTENNA INSTALLER I
HUM. ,. 0* AIM. ,
I will iweep away many ol TO SELL? 1TKNIII T. SMAUTOMOTIVI- Min or eommlHloni.write P. 0 Phon iox 'PR 1:1:, Ca Permonont R...1.?lob.noun OM, top ettoMlihed pay, write SALESMAN
the clty'i beat < known land THINGS Oolnoevllle_ Pla. complete becKground .'C.. to Ion
T* pl.c. tteckino, _..
-o- 4II-A Oelnerolll ..
NTAL ASIIITANTaxPIRIINCIO I/O gun
marka function al! THE
substituting or will I" a I h.Prefer .rid .".._.,* Neb III
lodging for.wbat had often bee I N A,,"_ Mls... Mllj. Oelrawlll ...1_. Ty.,- | RVININOI ONLY ktunedlote op- |,. *" Itorel tnt gcrvic
the and charm of anothei.. kn ""plul..y., ambition Sling. for young m.rrl.d man 10. 51551. All marclundlM
grace Bring You Extra Cash n Tradu tor ton 105. DPhil. TM.tn 01.555.
They'll f monual inUrlty required. Reply .
moot AH 15110501501 part can.lgnedl N. Investmentrequired
7t Track
W.IM.dN "
day. with lull detolli at ate. .
T.: Tractor 4 Track *..... *ark ..... martial atatue ,...,. Srtt time-petition... Ind to evppiemont 1111,5 II preillme full- of gross *r shill

The causes of the change area n TrtlKr .....* JMAtatorcyelM ancak Writ ten III.A e/. .In en encltlng ".leI. Num. ..I...... Praviwii *xpa'*
Oolneovlll tunPOOD _III. hi _.
erem Apply pereenMen. lane Issit. | "
decline la .hotel occupancy, 4 ..... eve. .:>* p.m.. O.In svll11 ..
f Rugs (4 Awwmobil awl.Y IIRVICR IUPRRVIIORIMI. DriveTheatre.. .,. 10 Mew field required AH -
the deteriorate condition ol i TIME MUll have IAN lupervloarytxporlence ltslw ... twaenlland JO Muetkandabl ..
Autl.0bll.I 1.r Mro. Wlllln to work nioht"
the old hotels, increased competition M Porolgn" 4 Iportl CnIOUCATIONAL ....... Muet be obar. ....1......, *. Mutt IMV ...r.I .
y Guns and -" ..... lusty. cemmon.tuarete FURNITURE D.wl"l cccaunt until tar.rltery .
fr tD' e 1 1 C t r onlcall 1 r1.W.. ...,.. i iw with experience 515 .MI- I blisb11. then

equipped new hotels and motels,,I I : ; tty PoillkM epen knmedlatehancee .: UPHOLSTERY I .I..: Calni.vill
Sand riot/ PIUS 1 wortr r111w
and a pressing Teed for adds Tools to SaxOeineevilie 110M. "WI .N I Pat tap avallty warkmamhip' | .tid 100 mil ndlv protected

tional office space. In mid.Man 11 IcMsbo lM'ruct"" Sun.CCLOUO "" I te.I.." Writ. ill
172- 142CAINISVILLI
I KITCHiN HELP bout vMiulf In Pint hop. -
hattan. I* MvUd Dancing
experience. net necewory but dorirewe -
Boats M Wanl15ImrwllslIMPLOYMINT Ceo heuro, good payploeeent ,, .,. Oekmont HoeleryMild
Some of .the I clty'i elegant l' .. : TO werkln .. 111.0. Apply IM UPHOLSTERY NW' IM W P. 0 I.. CHS
hi aeiwaon f
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only en
poreon 1014 Av.
OvkiMDl
hotels suites with draperies P55 5.515505 M leddsllvll I
ad1.11Y1
having Tents Gy lOiM memlnpi. Cormanello 7N .
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and butlers W. Univ. Av.. N* pnene tills CiNo"..* .. N. C.NORTHWEST.
of brocaded gold 11 Pamela Help Wanted 1II ,.._. ,
and tails who M.I. Mel 1 Wanted ,
In white tit Bookss LAS TECHNICIAN
serve caviar from silver tureens I \ I 1 II tfe'j' -M.,* *r Penult Young lily to work In me analytical

are at the end of their days 14 loin Clip WantedUWark 011151 Wont mini. but proclou SINS .tok college"*l ._preereoive'.'''' or r c1film. I
: Wmtod ; 1 Charm" Irlondl with SolOn locoMtotf 111.1 .11105451. 1501y' dosl10Ilsbat .
roach Infested 1 Plants
So are the shabby 17 Work" Wonted MIle rtlcm.. .mandatory. Ixeellent oe).
hotels of the theater ,. on .ry. ......., Old wertlng Condipllcenl
lacy plnooppl crwho *lllo' 11.51. Pdtlst. I. psrm5wnll ...
district hotels usually associated Pianos FARMS a' LIVESTOCK ,' .pkn. odgln lor .'ilti .ilor*. PitUrn wh* cannot b* employed
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tell round 7'o
dolly tonger then a veer eheuM not
with unsuccessful actors and M turn Iqulpment Ja owl ,.,a. Mping' 2'" III N. ... ply Call for a penonal "Interview174M74. op- ..
unemployed musicians, i .. PIll ft Pertllliar JMllveetock .. 1101, .In string.Thpyfiw ...

> 'I. Stoves awNle... A con*. In colm' tor HillpoHorn Van A. May. Analytical DI,.. I

Also Involved art the cheaply It 4-.....* Tap MM --id* li nntl tor OKh Mllorn PENINSULARCHEMRESEARCH

constructed tnotals on the outerfringes i : Radio' PMs L aupplletH .' clol h"for"' "loKlou...,ton m.111s5 M Lour m whtolor. opo.. "115451 -'Unlly ....,INC....,.,.
< Inmhxk Wmtodi Golnoolll' tan, MoidleerinOtpl I\
of the dry. THAT .. P. O M Ml. OK CholMOStotlon I
.. i t : Now Vork II, N. Y. Print IZ M." H.Ip WIwId 2702 WALDO RD. N.E.
But of principal concern in Skates.r FINANCIAL i' pllinly' PATTHN N W M S I R,
the H i OpperrunlttoipTManoy } KAMI ADDRIK on. ION I.NfW UN tor eteek wem hod ctoonkif. AT PALM LANES 376-0205
N 1..1
this period of transition are on our melntoanc' ...... TIN. S
hotels that are part of the tradition to Lean jManartgegeg POR INSI M* _lone full 0150 NaomssepNN1s.. .
Trunks more fiDilMil 1 to knit crochet Man _Apply" Wl_. D.panm.5rssNIURANCI I
and.the lifeblood. of the .! :. a $011151 WMrod ) ., .. ..." PIM... 1 PRE51110016. envbroidery COMPAN11al. 5005 I
doiiiclelheo Son U .Its for two debit men N .
exporlenc
dry. 1 1 : : can", Hlow NtodUxfirl Cotloj *
I Itertlnf Ml
f Jewelry per wk, c'f'n.7* 1:71.30.lXPSRIINCID .
Those already marked for MIRCHANDISI BETTER:
41 Wante to Soy J Ja VALUEI K COMPLRTR TIIATTI.IIS J'
destruction ate the Savoy Plaza In APPLIANCR IALRIMANIxeellent
deluxe new Quill!
Lane the New Wet- :i Bicycles Machinery ft Tool Tff ..... Per beglmon, ..""., ion loIory .plus. ..Ir1mI55I5L. GRANDOPENING I,
Park
the A Running Mlterlell. 1 M" 50 c"' howl cempeny benefit.
ton the Madison and three of I \ 44 rtouMhald. Ooaaa ffi '. J M. Fl...rob Penaimel Office.XPRRIRNCRD .

lesser prominence. But at least TV Sets An'r.' I LOST fOUND ma* t* hell man.aee .
grocery atom. MM* k* ken*.
V
a dozen others are even now M MIK Pr Sri ft own cocJIOt. en*. Capable ef necking/ere*
11 Trbdlns Port oootocwnl50.tCall' 111115 kI ft helping In itor* .
under active consideration for ; H Ht-inf RR. 111 Circle Oracary earner N.W,
ClothingCameras P\ol Oil t WMdo
: mMK WA.O lath Av*. 4 Mlllhopeer Rd.1PIOIINCID
demolition. ;< a ..... Morln IW1/1. ;CAR! 'SPECIAL

71 Com* Hunt PIA *. 4 MMONALIZW SIKVICI ITOCKMAN
Following are tht key factors !' AND PORTER WANTED

noted by sp.e l is: 71 Ottlc*!anulpmnlTJMinlc MrchMlM :. j YOUR r1SIISIOtltbw BIAUTY' In COuWMEDRTto S..NNVllls "'din":',,:::' W.Np1oCa5 T:0511 Oto""

Marrleth E,0K1rPar _O.InswN. IAOppil, CIIIIw
construction In New ;1 ... 510011155. It' __ll115.
Hotel Antiques WANTID .
retail mm nut aetoa.man BRAND NEW
I CALL
3763050
SEAL ESTATE roUUlCSI ....
halted In 30 was revived age stud k* bets
York I ,
\ MoklW Horn** 1.r $115yM. KUT 'N COIL RIAUTV SALONRaaety Mto Apply to ttorKhel Oeki. at
only recently.: Some of \ Furniture N Lots tor Ills :IN : an 5 Rudgct Cirttoni Oelry Phan *n U7I
tr\ All work guaranteedPerm. HM sops.kiosoy.
the old hotels are coming to ( N W.gHroll PrSNfty II... Inenveet. |tj| .
the end of their useful days as M HeuM tor SKMCottogo M .. Unhr. Ay*. mlfttOpen 2 BEDROOM
T nlghti by gpgl.
their physical: facilities deteri Livestock tor Sl.* LEARN fO DIlV01 i155W. M Me......."..

orate. V Soil I..,* axchm.o4 10515. ,. 0.01111 It' 11 5ryr.L.1115sPIrwing MMfriMtoni
IcnaiL PRr lvlUn. ef malor UI
Diamonds SI EMI I.,." Wonto : e. PI*. CiNMI50. h ketMnt III hi
bien H -
There hotel has an 18-year because N Out *t Town ,.......rtt.'r I SPECIAL NOTICE line 00115.....051155...... New 1.511/y venture oll5 tor 10' 'WIDEMOBILE

decline In occupancy Fish Poles 41 auilnn' ,,-,.*. I. NORTH well .... I........, prereioiv
of swift air and automo LOSI WRIOHT Mlelywlth new MIIWdur., (515 3155 11,11NWsesl
A businessman can 41 anldmllil Ineom i Dex-A-D.et Toblt e....... Wnfular. ap.pertunlty .
travel.
bile 41 rums 4 Ac....* 1 i.', Only M conn. :-Ceney*,..!Oruol_ ,- n **7I I(. ywr
fly in from Chicago or drive in Used Cars cereerKey HOME

from Baltimore and return the 41 Colon* Property tK i it;ft a ..*, II"". CkiU Cars peellkM. _I",. engineer.Ing

same day. TiresAquariums KI DOI rKORTOey. CHILD CARE yean degree .ne I er more
Auto ( exponent In velum 1
\, RENTALS 0' Week or MonthHal manufacturing at __.... He.
New motels and hotels being o. Coloro Prpr1y Mntobj NW Ml Ave Jn-4tO 1111015.010' will 11 S1m"n01n5 ONLY ,

built hen have the twin 44 CMIotu tor Mont ; CENTRAL CHILD Oil INFANT care In prl.vote but echlevement will...." ktcammenwrita
I : hem. 111 11/1,1,11. Little-' periinil id.vancamanl .
advantages oT the attractiveness t 41 PuntM) Apt. *. 1 1FLORIDA'S wens area phone PR *lSXCRLLRNT Hlghael calltMr aa.axlaie. .

of newness and of economical 41 UiMumliM' ] Apt*. chl tare In prh/el. an.* all new equipment,
Row Boats .horn In N I. ...11... an* lecllllle. which' you will b* 2795 IS
operation a NOUN tor dent .; Pur*, FR 6-5123 Imlrumeniel In eelactina.Attractive I
./.rll.. lelery." Ilk.
With the end of the apartment .1 lieu... tor Hint UMUrn.4f PIDIONALIZIO, care tor .IManhi are p10t1/.51lrlrg. retirement,

la the : city Golf Clubs Rams Hob P-ont i under en* year. Privet home ''n.u,_.. educetionol ...1... .
shortage ,
.
ia iw m* PI.TINY ante. relocetlon allowance HIS $
long-time permanent resident s II Mobl" NwnIs ther velueMe _to. Locotun KING MOBILE

of the older hotels are movingto TypewritersMotorcycles II filII... Rnll ? TOT li ki chatt cultural' area odueetlonelan with' s014ptlo.0l

new quarters .In apartment I1A Wont T* Knit PLAY SCHOOL ree'H'_' Mvonlagnneerby
Vl.lt w and oo* MA11Nv114.5.. HOMES
M ....III.. Wonto ... Inc.
buildings.New I I! Ps Can you guelthtor, thli kin* ,
II Oftlcl Oert Spat I at future Ion*. your confidential
York lacks a convention 111 HMAII HELP WANTED rewme er /letter t* lex
hall big enough to bid for Used TrucksRefrigerators 14 tuilnni Rontil OHM, Oelneivlll au... 4920 N.W. 13th St.w1. .
MAID wonte* 1 days ween. ReF A* Neal ipaertMMty emptoyer
any of the larger conventio t ..-. require. own tromporto.lion ,
SHVICIHtpoclol f.;; deilrODlo. Writ* tw 'I'-AOeinnvllie -
for
some requiring facilities LARGEST e.. lun
tens of thousands of people. lervlcM -CLIIKASHIISRsse5151b11-

Baby Buggies N 55.5 Improv5n5ro .. -' A real aapartunlty -
Manhattan's. midtown hotels ro to become tier* man.ew .
14 Radio t TV lervlelIIAppllMc Phane for .",.ynoMCOUNTIP. .
Electric Motors I ,
locations for 1.
are on prime
4 Pumltuq' OIRL'
office buildings, and new office ) experience only =rJ..1n porno I > IXI
i
Store Equipment'Farm 1 1: to One-Hour Oalna 0. :;
space Is In demand. vlll* Wwpoln CenterRXPf .

NOTICe OP PVIUC NRARIM Machinery; WANT-AD RATES WANTEDIXPIRIIrH.1COD IOOKKEIP 5/ I
Hi. 101'< eI MARKETPLACE
Till li M edvli* that P10.01 II
County CmmiukjMro will hel..d Nab PH. 378-1411 CITIZENS'. LANK !
lie "heoring, it ':10 '.M. an TueidevNovember Infant's Clothing I -
Ifc 1N4. In Roam 401 ol !*. P.IINCIO CURS 0IRL
Alochu' County C.."""' ... The' param forCI..lfI.d WANTID
el tun, .....1", will .M M Sewing Machines Apply Mumpty Dumfty Reel.II I.J. t'
E
receive comnwilt mm me. g.nsnw5 OnlyDEADLINES Nv JIll It.Ella's < FU
He reieliv M .ID* reaue.1 ") Alaehu'
County Uf115111.0.., to be .,.....* Office EquipmentMovie Ceramics'
-... iii* permit M ulim County ;
owned rljnnj' ef way tor me purpai atproviding 1
water end nwor .ervicei. enpermlulve Equipment 2H5 I. Univ. Ant
INS, to the f.llowlm5.KOIO.1 i
I THIS WICKS
IS ON
asses
Pa
areeitec. .. Outboard MotorsSports 1 SPOTLIGHT
ll-v-l
Tsse. lira Prl pe tr* -. IHI etarti with .lto>.M,
I
lac.. Hllee. .*
    IJt-l .
    .... 13tIOlac. : Equipment ctienPar can laern M make It.Or AflrW ROOT HER STAND
    ,
    I ICM.
    Jt-ie Ps ads Ie 51 lit 151. -.. buy It 11150040111. 2107 NW 1tk STtirrr

    loss M >; *l Ml to.lac. Nursery Furniture 15111 ...... .... ."" .. lame M _../...

    .. .1101.Mt. ,... 'Mi to g* In Men. >nir.. Will 9155 Ie "Uy .-.. nmf SE UM MM ld.fwM.Md a*** base
    LOll tr-.. Coil 107f at .rng North Vacuum Cleaners I Rm. letJMMimum. FOR .UII I5. e.1. vl.1I u1.s 4s A W PMnJ n lute .r.eUy HM pMj MI
    UO- M 4 llneelf M. uraMks 1151. *. Ivt the .Hl.ri.9 h net limited t* IM| kr

    11.10 Fishing Equipment1' MKky pptit* ee. Is leMfied auickr* vHtj A >
    All f' wWiIng. to *.*re>. Itienvteivet 1
    penene W'l f *t lervtce so undwicke *nd k*
    Invited *ft a mfi attend prapoeal, an* 1 garllclpet are cemieiiy* kiMi Building Materials f FAMILY HATtJt k kI Opm frwpj 1010 AM Ml 11 :30 PJ*. tte

    mooting. .. ... DAVIS "..,,,... .......... la tin* 64 MODEL A b W li ssinsllsstw| lunch, luppar. w mock

    Chelrmmotni Washing Machines S lajgarlleni .... m lln* I Mrly 154 Ut*.

    mi: u 11IN5Il51w ...... lit 11M 0' SELLOUT! *

    -Netke NOTICE k hereby OPPUILlC given:l -IIUlilll'--thel I Public Heating Equipment'Musical 111_",". .. ...... t. Ill. .Hh fw N... W.ek'i SPOTLIGHT r.w. r.

    Mooring. will be W* ky tIN norm. a tTelol NEW. Sew Hiuiareeie I I'
    Milk CommieHen tor each sod all ef the Instruments cherg camputod by
    milk/ marketing reao .M Plorlde. now 5w1MNly101 11I01 1155 5555 Dollars During Our
    under Hi ..""vNN5. an* reguietlen hiHeering I Plv" letter wardi par (no I

    lenaMee.. Deem PhwMa. W,commencing Hate Copltei el 5 Tel 10AM. Camping Equipment ,51111" 5 55011? II 5S5r1I.5I. '64 CI ...lICe IIUIAKOI *

    ....". October M, .... tar _
    !
    STICK !
    Mi SALE CUE II LLAKO& 1<
    live to Mlewtof meneraiI EquipmentChildren's ...
    Plumbing Point MIe.
    1 Pun for net emv
    ConeMoraiMfi terrllorlel limit.t II t yam) men
    101,1.110110101. .-, torn* M I IMM 5NI5y. tftt RUT young wamen. km PlIASANT '
    CanoMontkM el m*.1 lmum charge.to : 7 SrMfn pM 455ON
    preducin tor nendikig or N.. Playthings AND T* PMK* f***. ta* tfcj 'IS t* AM. 11 12 PAL ,
    verflna, an* tor Inatiipurtine'501., 12 point .14.1. w.'.. N***!.. 5"* N 11115' ft111I II A
    132 W.
    M 01110111 Order Hf I
    455 I Cornieeretlen"Alrtcetlen' Order", to tormMe' Electrical AppliancesDogs I**. M I 1_ *f..siry ITN .... ".e.. 11 ISdSH DINING : ;
    any change er changil that maul be .5.ouIssIs '

    mad.. *Con.ionretlen at tklo,. Mm. *. at OPJIclal' Order n. Cats, Parakeets ] N.11115 C.MM lsh4ise. N*. ..... ITALY IN GAltNEWTLLlTAUNAROI IS11wk/14 151,04 lit r
    ." 18 Point Dios 15 111105 lit *54511551 art. Oaon
    "". "mllliary MUll OolS? to determ.Ing
    It any Cheng er chengn iheuMk . SSyIlse eh.Hi5sN1d. Iut am1N115s Msly/ 3.
    Stall ar turmer ceMWereiien a. to Urn* M ,line *rinory' !VIe A ..*...... II1TAURANTMadeline
    III 1510115011?. M L_ Piaa A '
    "l"t C11N5Sll 11 Ins toailbililyMvleabHitv leO mil sett it USED CTM Let,.. PSISSekIP. end ether .ikieM notion Pea*. Our W OS.
    *f ft* emotion *t 1 merkot.wMo Nothing faster I Ill "Hawmam R* I.II '.M. Or cheaea
    ..
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    .. AI here
    TSNS N.
    pnifceir oj MUOKM pa* ardor 24 Pointin. w V*** CMe: M51as.LARRY'S, I
    tor itve marketing mere men : j ... b11.s5 .M u.s
    IR mo un or IKo hrlfr17ll 155 W
    ..area... 01 lhPIrae IT MICA CommlulMwr Mme II ....., lyN hN 10 IMI wUe OPEN DDtECI'OaY'v

    l Ie royal po.vls11M... 41.11,4 51511.014 5105114 ti 511 M than theGAINESVILLE Mt .. OcKiPf NP 110 w.50 IISU WIs Ao11ISOeIN lANOWICHf
    wr too 05.4
    II Nouss A DAy
    CommiMtox: ) by Outrunner' law, fcew KHLITL
    old ,,_ einm.tS een. ..*"l.r"jjrAdDpItl i HOT ROAIT SLIP fMNDWCnllItem .

    Ortaene 5001531 centiAlAWt Ill w
    ei Rarmgnent producerrMrTtorVVal .
    ndr? the hr.Mctto CARS tan

    OIl RM Pilda Ml* Commit SUNWAN' lorn 00 I MM 510107. ,ISIS $2987 /MR SANDWICH to Canfya Piaie SHOPLONGS WUl NOME tar : : .

    Toetermtaaller" ) mi INN WIN any I CAFETERIA Cb15.5.. \
    515.. 11151 M c/IOftIIt .N III 001000NI5 .... C54a15N
    ..d W 5q Ca5si10015" II 11051$ TIll 11"' al 515 111 N W hem ISIS w I ..AI. en* 54.54
    N ...... 151,019 .05 .........- M Ill'c.mmN5MI 1551.0111 I15 5115 1515 04 4 PM.5505Pus.. ? (aye TOWN
    ADS 115/111 .15511.5. NI will eM 15550 1155 ""
    111005110101L
    a' N ahewf Sul *4 sI.ss.1S.M. I
    .
    loll 10151151155 II.N tr any a10l1551,1101 Tl> w Unf e my Ave
    .511101 c.--11111111 Ie 1111 .......,.. Old 15 I 510055 1004 Announcement Lctw W. ......... i
    ItIle. 9156 IM/. lit... C515s1oslt'S loll Ill -11.... 5.11 Ns.bH555 .5 1M spw 1451511150 I towima .
    .lsdr5slb 15 5. M ,5411/415.1/ 15 51115
    0/1510010. No *55s00 5.. IQWlltIQ .. 3'111'
    1.t........4 M ptAl0.. IS 1051.501115510 I LOST POUND PALM LAth/s
    1101115 Ie 111105 51 100 555104 -.v lI555 VIII 11 I % r
    Ira .... SsIotlo.4 WILL ...."' .. 1_ FEDERALQUALITY 0'A.'A&
    I
    tauaaagaNOTKt: j jI t ti w 11511 .... 05055. P.wMsr. ,- ry 'SIRVICE
    .
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    CALL 5151 11w 1511111 5w R. .. A. y.r Lei Mi15 I
    no .-..... Ills ....._ 555 51 5110. 71.45 T 5 41._"'!_I1 55. P5 e1e< .
    IMA IM ADVANCINOPTHA HtAIIINO 1.1 5.. .. wool Is e15rl Ilea NWIs '
    11 I
    M NI
    IltlTM ... AOAMMUII I ...... ...."_..-.... _- P1.. 1461 PR-r. 'I'IL. '
    : TO UST
    YOU IBTAUIANT .
    1110110ARMIIK' LOUH COMMI" .. ... rmIIA'OI.L
    Q
    IRATOI. .M 4 Nw.S 0 11tlr.w .
    >l OM M tm II I Pevn cow HOMES

    UN. ALLAHAIl.SRON PLOKIOA."LOP.IAA O V.O 1 : 378-1411 .' 00..1.-1,5" .".- N-w..... ..1155...5IN 1155 no* II..1111111151.... No.515511.. or 51550.o. 54 II IIIC'j Of ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT 6UIOI I 1
    COWMUHON
    MILT 4129 lit*
    IV I. SOIlS UNOktf ;1 I i 5155 Ie 1,1 p4k5 S MMIS. Mol own "IJ* 'Y M0y II >. NW. CALL 1711411.f .
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    .orm i SUPPLIES
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    ..U..D _Gw Ch; THE TIMEIS I ,"IUNIIYlROOK. I ",.... ... II'ATEI$100.0. Oro// GULP COAST COTTA01 Ivnet. w....
    1 >h .w..w. ON MwN I. ....,..... .101.4 bulll-, 01 Cl II*. hvg -
    5-5... iMirtnM ..... Call *T*> pllenco Sal t* will ctrpet. Arch lama HreWlMv vr* con
    -I I GAS RAO. 1,00 PH.or "" tlio.BOB _lid PI. ram ... tt no NW _--. fu..l- 01011 0 n.
    NOW. dry ,",001, tarmt Writ 0,.
    u tT l A WHITE QUAIL 3101 Tr. r clll VI-'U" ,
    V L V t. tr 0,0.C1033 Joe Devil, live Pen. Pkxid.
    0.51.1 *un, IMI ttckj MADISON '''.K 1 II I Mini.
    'l..aIW YORC MELANGE In*. ark d Kxordlng N flreplec wire for _.. Irk* IV OWNIP. I IK, I Ie'''. CCIhouie.

    LHaceula 257.-4.11I- uaaa. R 1 G t. tg_* end 1,110 wonlltyIMMI *0. PkjrW. Do You Have I .I0.". not Hint down or "inn" HIM.MUM. NW. tinPI ..,... ctntrkl... .......Mot. ,m.4 *A lr 11111 cam...

    Mdinehaly Jo.Sato. aa. BattCyprtootf G T t X A ...... Shlllow well wllk, pump ItprMkler
    .UITT O mina. NI 51.011 pa.Psi.
    A Room.Apartment 3 __ 1 MIN Nwp 05n ivtttm. Only I klki. I Neltm
    I 'l.Iaaeued SI.Mlgr.Joiy A II t. 1110 8. It t TIt Mu.I MIl Om0Y5. N 14IIW. dew to. pic. Mi m'r.koe k Ir. kHM. .......*'.. PrkHLKn. .
    ILBombut _duck oBorgy m. Call "" 4I44IOX *. tTormt. ..-.. *v.11.l. Por *pptto .
    't.I.-r.- :
    L. INK DAY Tit TIP.IIIIP. ","1M, } wtoki or '. Pk: inspect phono J70-4;M or 171.On .

    ' D A II I IT. GAP 131. A451Oa loS -"H' IM NEW Numb.
    : 1 rr
    " 74JM.IMMACULATE ,
    II t 'h 34 Fertlliloim 01111111 316-15164 House to Rent? .....
    .
    : t N I 0.101 t S T.
    Swarm tI- ly owner l I*, nice W..... |ooded.
    14.:Sid. JS.Tklnrlaw [c[A L D RON. eo" T 11 MeW" H.0.. F. Ie" MaGaa/100d./ Is.oabt poll FORDYCEFEATURES 8141141.E
    I .. .
    good '11 eJJJI
    !5.Non.pI S6.DOmorr.t3 A ff o. tilt NT' o t FEDERAL QUALITY REMEMBER- or oiler I f T .IMne

    , I 1T.Lind 37.Carmmt t ,. DEFT. L. t It HOMES INC. A Slob NW Sill 5t. I .. homo to
    rental: vacancy Want ,,....
    meuurt 40.Cap.h1irl 4M H W. JIll SI Otlnowllh.

    18 PotKulv. bdB( (Sol a do. Te Wdiy'i Puzzle) "" mil y... Johnoon_ ,_Mgr. COSTS YOU MORE $300 down

    adJI IY' 1InIda" I... TAMPKO I* WKO COMTOlMMOML and $62 per mo. N i ]dal
    DOWN 5.Ohio OM Mot LKItOd IkOolnowlll. ptiooe PI 1-0251. OPEN HOUSE

    20.STotaaie 44.IINlaSd I.rllldni collcfttowa.Earipftut .. now un.... CM Ar- than the ad that OON'TMISSTTRULY At Will trtrecllve three bedroom

    rabrIC 45.Ier11s. d .. .10110. Mmo CkM. t* KMolt end INUnlvenlty
    LOVELY HOME D
    will itsHere's Air conditioned ..111I'T.
    Armpit rent
    22.New York 44..Iq.--! !. 7.rtallllOla Al M._ Oirdont 1"0 ml wulk.ot r.00r1. loll Its T
    15.117
    KINO Ccmput on M3 II. I "...., a ;
    S.Ckenlctl
    .
    I. SOT 50ym15t amoMly
    CIty 47'.w.op MOIILI lOOMIS 40511 5 A
    1111 tor DIIIo 'ro.In1
    9.40 Cam
    16.B_ ".Sa..|. .V* 9 King of 4TNNW. ,JIll 11. what your tort Priced right Drlv' by MYwsIt1. De W
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    JTU3II tnd mkHomo I P M. toP .
    lor. m
    PI
    !7.Wblck 4' 4. T UldlM PMM I-IUI.
    Xaowl.dgt npraiI M\ _'!. Ociobtr 1.t inN
    WOODROW SEAY
    10.5..11 144 M M I ... 1550.. lr"'. room vacancy COSTS Tk.* MoN lullderI W. :Mtk Oriv. And .tkor llmky _
    tumor wall It will crH ?. MM
    VynM.17M3M

    U.C.pIII ":. 40 0M 11M ':Jott YOU EVERY DAY twill lravaq 0111.5. I/N down.Mlk CCI oiyM CHAP.Ml NOMom. IS MMWN r. kill I IS H.._ 4.5 hHLABil .
    JJ 0/10. 5 :
    ? Orkn ,. ,.
    19.14.20.11maldls._ per 5.40. IIM ) ol 'IvuM I I
    I M or wo ot M It. 111 Trailer until rented ON SON ..... IM loutovylottr .
    .. it is : Mlk nttr AN.uIl"w" *,
    ,. .
    IPM.CLEARANCE
    alt i DP. krotklMt : .. INN7m1N01v .
    II*. IVi ""''. mtwnry homo. Ill ond mm .1... I .
    $ wreak bt.11.ln.l.e...". Nrp1K0r a "....... OKd kwdMO lloirtjrMiiuktlly lori jcM d kt Mlro 1II ,. JWK
    l1.51ower SALl IF RENT YOUR LOSSIS 1.4011101.1 III ., .loins' A'm. flco. tl 111.... .>. 1101100 N.0 0001.155'.
    SEE US TODAY : Doll 140 51,1.1. aloe by 1120 mwnt,. common' III.......... CM .,s._ rnono m MIM' 51 ptIMI .
    IXNotulgldS4. "11J1. Mk tar M,. voWnov.
    'U Iw Utk PI.or cell 171 tut. Pordyc- 372-8404
    : PER DAY IS: -
    .taK citato BUTTS 1 it, ,". I hill ...",.. CCIHorn MIOHOk 1410 TO 'U" M) my tt iNvlng
    15.MuMw.T. *. Hrepiece Ml m brkk wollki klM IIW* .p. FREDARNOLD L__ _. 140$0 $11.1.1.M .
    Ml ptr m. ., IU1 M. poMiod H room. bunt.kvkll. .rtkllottyfolly 1.1111. 5.0511. 55. 1515
    .Cr.ppl. Mobil Homes Inc. per dtyM : : : ../MIM 1514 3 Ins. $.451amlS .
    / .. control Met II1.400 wllkII As11m$ 44
    .....,, to.... 4NP Xol 1151.
    '0.Seew_ NW 13th St. per m*. .. ".M per doyIS .ON down ... 177 per ..... CHI 11v......... Tn*ovor ptrfort M.Mm.lor per M. 5101... 11,4 4.1NO.N
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    St. per m*. IIM ,.. II' 5015.
    13.race at 6th ? IV OWNI. 1 ". one kllkMUM
    WJ THINK l*.l you will t". Ikl*

    oddtM. I0 11 0 51 XYLINI 00.105..3. I0 per m*. .. BM ptr ..., own _wllk_centre I. IMI Mot.. I. Low Mill FORDYCE'I REALTOR Mr0 *0*Mellon 4. .540 Hordwoe!
    ; M the Plnley
    S4.NipklMI7.TiU ar. /-0111111.5.. 1050.M Plot Cell 177111. -

    4 L45 O. ArsO 1 VIIIIIIo W Ptr m* .. ej.i| Mr toy 5734 DOWN 'I I*. CCI ......* by Oroc AIMKIATei."...... 1.INC_ /I0. 0$10,1014 $0400. 75-10$

    dMk Pow 37011CONNOLLY owner, pair N n.. end Jr. High Ott* look BEDROOMS "..... nK Mnn t. sell *M.AfPfAUIP .
    171 por m. .. a n per My ttnctd kerkyord Ifll 3hb 4 In -
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    Alabl" Nenw HMO. me t ft I NEW o--i. t Mump INIInf ItMnvMl Many
    $0105111 ........ .11011. 0.571..50 0011111 Gulp 15011 510 .SSll 000.. I0balls.. -lp
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    / 501. 1 ysw -= rongo. ctrporl, I utility rtm. IIr 0h. ........ I. SOOrl ..4. tontrtl Hoot, litaNp
    Dolls mol inlay. p41w inn $17w.t.ODES ..
    WHO *4f .... 1121 NW .
    I 2074407.....IN M U. I. 441 Pk Ml pr m.. .. tin ptr diyptr ... Plt-MOI.. LASSITERREALTY AN ACP.1 I* Klrkw.tAotooy
    TFIT1 43.Sk.lMrj I ,511005. 511400 _. c.11.NM .
    1ft mw .. not ptr lay WNii"'MoVi..ct 1 M. I MIH TRI-ltVTL ....,. 00W.. "'... 5.4.1l .
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    knoMfy 31.111 k) ituitTTom.t. .. equity tin ....... to- PN/ basal 11510110 Uiw
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    11 M... H.., W..... I l-Help Mdi a Pamll.. II Ie....* i I.......... II wltk' MMTOIO Mwlllul grM old ,-.. 01104a.Cad.N ....... 0.10 p.I1011 50.. roal. 3102 M 0ppa550 W.
    .I 515115hum N Ngmg TO PLACE YOUR McOrlyd 0111 t1.5hauw I.......... pin. Mlldod lot ,

    I'ORIiIGN 'M"LOYIoIINT 'n"' ARTIST Printing I production ., riip>rH w MP1a. 13.. __. M. loll INs 111 mm, COH III- KIRKPATRICKT :

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    511'Inl 10000010 Pull llmt M*. Aptly In ptrun knot) P. O :- MMIi Jtrtutu IClLUN''It,.... Mal Vo 1l MM .. UltpltM tM II M. PS 5111PIsys
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    Inch. Plorldt.' MOBILE coder lined ckwelt, \<. MIMwu IMM ... N. ......., Ctll lit1111. Mom. ... Wt tM Mtv. .LAM KOOotM. M15M

    WANTOD0,4 c0. m005150 U. S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING HOMES ctmpielely" modernlitd wlln.Ik .
    .. .. IM .Mil Hv. yaws wlHlouldlfhirklrd FAMILY HOME
    Must ... all Moll 1.I.ry SERVICE 372-5209 l"lIT l.VIL Ow. madapl I I
    I $ $. apply to Mr. "500,0.. Mile. -'t ) tM Pltetrlty ot IMttrllkTiri C onikjrHblt. 0v 1 1 kmrao New Prick Neasboulder
    : w lit I ""'. 1,4,50 1101/5 5 =h !
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    21 ._ ........ P11111 II .... Will N wall 11,15100110,110. wmkVwiico
    403 NW I3IK It $101 t 0,10. Proporttery trtln.Ing n07fw Jet. 111 01 'ft tlret grid Mini t.. HortOo room : M
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    LAIICK OMumvl Mil IK H Call I Jlt-INI IV .0.0.5O
    until iMOntod. TluuitMiat X Ml wtler ceirtie'ely I new k' ROUTE TRUCK SALESMAN (obi *M*. liptrlonc wt 1oI0D'L V "VI.. ...ACru. lee.... MlMtM H city w t k 41 ukxeti. w...... 4'! let MM* M* /mM/a4
    W1 n51do my and 0,111 N' Dally unnee....". PP.CI Inlor.mttlon WITH CULTIVA00116. 51. CallAIadlw WYATTTroiler llmllt win Mvod ilrootl bnrtr. or. klng"ll* ICA, Whirl.tildlinwiiMr I 05055 "U"'N"LIlIOI..VI" $0111 011.. I" ronN. 01004 11'51011 1
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    Mrd 01N. 105ulr.o NucAdrM "''''' Wrltt TODAY giving, in Wild. Root Ml I mlitt Inclvdod plumbln. wiring 01115. anlr l 15.15 w 511. 055101.0' oquipnoM, MB kMt. VA M
    057 1.111,10 ad .Anal l ntmt oddrttl tnd. phono. Lin. 21 UvwtrMk i fwpflU.IOOKNOwiVi Soles rank of .,.,,,.. Down p>ymMl. Ml MW Pronl Owl beck tltlrientrenct C.II **. 1" **"'*' II.... MM ptymtHl. PMA *** VNOoWnt
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    10 Sec 10.10., cars otfctimvlllt .Ti : P,1.. wltk line. clotetloundry ttNII
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    I SALESMAN tt Mil comtMttd tATtl. Mr. -II- UlK. .....A ,. .... ........, ..*. kttkt ill tt dint M4 11 Ill IIPtOIIDA REALTY COMPANY i VMWI *r .!III. '
    PROFESSIONAL komn on burrs lot E.a.10 loot Prawnr ..>tct 7.500 ....1 5005 M kMitNirl vtow. MMPlorfnt. Owner nwvl0w50. mil Mmtvlltbl 14.111/1. 01111. M5 rhI'I
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    opportunity. Contort Ttnpi lull.dort .... N 1.0,4 $5111 COIN, 0010 II* W Unlv
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    TRAILER MART
    I wr t. ot II ttr cent lend com. DO I.ONING IN MY HOVI Mill .. 'w t. flreploco. need IS4e.4..M.4.IIIsSNADOWLAWN. l
    I plot! rotumt In earl Mot.me CALL f. 02114 1215 5E 1210PL. SALE I* WotlirM ton't.coltt Hwy 17 Opt I tt I H. CRAWFORD Mm repolrl. The ocrt plus MII

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    lull. 1105. M.Id.Phon. 0111.Ills i F MIi..O PllMONIMI I MIN ftimkjMO. I HotklIwnUP .11- 1 5g. l %
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    376.2795I rm a SUPPLIES 111.MMINCOWI .
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    I LAmp COMPANY MOtl mon or I WILLIS ...11531 rwmtn 'E"L"OINT ,, OllIspa, 0.00 At Pllm lx V04MI 'rlnt paaa 5110_IIdI Ills,old 1 1400 511 I4M DOWN I ..*.r..... cencrotl .1PICSIDUCEO>> will IIIIHIO. IMnf tr.M 1155101 ....,. lull krltk M

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    CALL 001 11M .
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    1 401 111 y'WI
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    ot Ctlnonlllt Good I,. Real Estate ExamCOUP.I ttock. .. ...... MIOM AND OUT. NIP A rod Sup p1110,14.John ".0"'.'" k4Mla
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    I 14.19110111.. T-0.. Fr. Kmnt 7 win! old PP. .im. .,.. from ocoon ., PlopiorIwck $9,00010 $30.000
    M'N 4 w..1n II 10 0, M 1a1S Ia J72-75I Plo C...... portly UK*. NV/10051, I
    I NIIDIO "T ONCE Pull vttrvlct CIVIL SERVICE WIlY PAY HINT wkeji ye. etn OH lot 11'.153'. City woMr willM. Realtor 1 w i.... A..... ,'.-'. .-401

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    I P. 0. Sol No M47 M.mpXIt, LAW Sun Want Ads fIN homtiitn_ $2250 Ill P5157111 .N on your lot
    Cal btrvlc. TrtlnlngItcrotirM McKINNEY 50_ 141110. lI
    T iw Ciorni Clout.CtlMg. WIDES _......'Ironl from (1310 I 1110 M$0ap.PAM. .

    HELP WANTED' now _I... 00AralY 1111/.11 Results CEDAR KEY 3841 Of 3111 GREEN ... 505511
    "1 Aptly >t rtniri nary Twirl .. 11140 Unlv Anlv A... Get 2 BR under $4,000USE REALTOR Me IIIw ,........
    r 1117 NW Ilk ....... 1'-' Marina Locations DEATONIIALTOP.I
    Untwtlty. Av* little
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    _RENTAL PURCHASE NVESTi acllitl.i n. d.d h., PI Willow 044>lMomtor IWInf' 50050100 $56.00


    1\1| SERVICES L_ "" _PLAN'... MymMtl Motel Locations J.l I J you. FINLIYl keve 5 It'go lemlly and I W. MMllaOs10 101, A..III"' la'? ,.-",....... Sav...' nm klPMl Plod
    TOTAL COST Ya
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    DAVID ANDREWSREAL Oral Hoot IdMlly. toe.... wllnmI Off N.W. ISIS Ay.. THE JAMIS CO.

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    I 15 HMUM tw Sal IS Haweg re* Safe. IS H._ ... .... 15 H....? for Sale"MODI IS H."... tar Sale' 15 NMIHI fw !.!. 45 Punilihatl Apt S( RMIMM Oppwttmlttta .4 H.w.hald ... ,

    1 (UY OIRICT FROM UlLBKS, I ioLF CLUI; MANOR UOO' Jo..n MUST SELL Hlghlond Court Men.r. LOVILT U AI. YOU CAN KNOW I lit CCi; HOMI on lOO-HJOO1 lot IFFICIINCV. Mml ..I.." bath." Ills TAVIRN a na"V OlIO HOLLYWOOD douSe bod Ih DMHmmono
    t. reduced, no cammlulon i and ammo PHA ....., tM a (R. IVk ..boW lenced beet UN 5005 end a.aumo payment 573 tvorylhlng wppllod" oncopl .... wit lint .wlpm.0tt era1.M, ..,1", end mottrtu.CSi .
    SR. I bethi, kitchen equipped\ monthly i ID, lamlly room yerd icellent', rar children arptti. Fully carpeted, ...IIIt... TM' va/w/ d ':::= Nmelyby me. AIM, "MY 'M !..... ramoindor HIM _Iy. IM _11I1,. v> INII Stocked .id oporolKKMWHOLf ... 12.- Motel kitchen taw.. with tour
    FHA or VA. 110 Nl 15th Tor Call Phil Oono, FR I.:Ml?. Concrete pai'a' on 71 X 11*. I betasPlnly Inp.0lln. led www __,. J717474 lass tar opgi ta ooo. PRICI I .."... IN. 174-47)0. I
    i .. Hutu (''''or''''. Inc I7t-7 71. in lot utreii, w.ll I AC, Hoverelrlg ichoeloily 0110w 7011 prior t FM ASCII CAMPLL RALTORPh
    CCI HOMI. 155. I lATH con heel, lerge utility ( Flnonctt! ; PRIVACY ooo"ILOJtl with 11I1. 1I.II.COItAT.D ap.0loue' apt" J70-I707 ANYTIM TWIN I BED COMPLETE I
    ::|>HA financing with MM down ro Tr...... rod.. 5731 down, pay Y0001 owlmmin0' pool. prlvllgN. c'"i man sMnnln5 I 55. a lath C e THIt.1 _...... fonrny rgo w.", Mrnlihod' Mt pw mt Pro- In t cellont cmdlllon, 121
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    f;t teller/ r'p.com." (R, I 4001 NW Hit Or. off IHh AvtUV homo owneri Iniurencotic 122' W. Unlv A... Control hoot Per,I* etI cwSVniudflnOSKIr. Call F :: ;,. toNy nrw ft modern touted elim
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    I7J-Mil tar ....... lo HI IIM NW ( Inverting in o U. I. Heel Home cent: N yr u"r- $500 lorequity PRICE REDUCED OO:1"A, root buy M 517. t.sM372.7411.. { Tho Com_. 47 Htnott ftr Rant tun.BIT I cent occupied, greoiM tptroNI1100I .. trod vpholltoryt choir. omoll oM, In Wut good tllp-cov etna
    Mm Terr'aPACIOUf. built In teak Iran byAtACMUA by Xmet. 2tllN : yr. II you have menoger.Itl
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    dow.-e.ymwl. Mutt .50 0000 to Model Homo Opening" every Ion, Profoulonol. area, I tanwtit Control boat T"{. Malt ocro PR -"7"II I TWIN IIZ'IIt'I rubber mat f
    bo. tttKloied at 1001 Nl 4tn Irom I FM I PM. beginning PARRISHPRESENTS I bethi. control h.furnlihed lot Frolty ./... Kit Fomllyroom W..NTID. .. .. M 5.3040.SICILY I troowo end ., I doubleInntropring
    ., .,. 1-e0. I WI!.. If living Augutt lo. Wl N.W. II PLbedroom Ill| roam rented It lldowolk lo ochoolo. lot .tMM wan, pt or oil. In tooturt, FURNIIHOIIRHOVM mtttroto ond booprlngt.
    _poro', dh.lng ....... II Cern" cant wit' Ill .1114 a pars lor ItHlf Price 110,no wltirmi NW lath Aw. Mew III lorrly FroMr mull ,ndi wINi, homo. need churcnoi ondochooii. ] WIled .. 8''y Phono 171-444.
    ,'. kltclWT) Many built III footuroi, I bom fully' air cond Oil Mr appointment' Itlee. II.OM down Muit M OKHIonl buy. Wrllo Nw locotltn
    rwntwftd floor eautihj, yorelU horn*. VOULL IUY IT (VI P.V 3743441.ALACHUA. FW HUNDRED down and .box MIAoroo* dm.ERNEST Coil 17MOI: COINS WANKOAO T-A-8 APPLIANCES
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    "I in-Mio oHor i F A> your Id.MOVING Toll HOUse YOU HAVE MSN REALTY Bill blOt now > (R, I both horn TEW proof Rolrlgorettn
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    $46.50 MO.lot home In Miyport .,.. lor your and room control polls air" conditioning 6JI N. I. hi II 3742141 laundry room lenced ,ord. WANTED TO BUY, Nln bed I Diuiwoihon. tram SOP .aII
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    r I etperete Family Ream. ..threeDodreomi tin N. /Moin ii Fh man you. Call ltettl, .. lIm.. AotKlttoii _110I., Hou. 0_. alb PR 44235. guy UMd FvrnlhirtlLook
    1.0.2; .three Delhi." Ol- NIAR UNIVKSITV OF FLORIDA W. M. Munrao. RoollorAMOCI Woyno 0. Moton RoipnIf Around Your Hoint Per ''DISCOUNTPRICES
    I obdSL..all closing' cants, moothly l lice ar den. : .booutliul _kitchen.Many Lovely brick homo on I. I. McLaughlin. FronkRooy. GI..u 4 LH Joek_. 41 H.... far Roost UIt..... Odds 'n Indo
    ", payment Includet/ loxot and .m- Many cuitom : large wooded lot. Three bedrtonw ffUST T TBy Roy McConn T. C. Dour HASSOCK (ROTHITUns
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    dwerde$, IM, Allen room w h1ot.. M, par "'. to NI WANTED USED OFFICE We undersell everybody.HENDRIX .
    : W.Nman Own.r 111a H. Hugh Florldl room, Pius a IUWANNII COUNTY SAFE
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    Jr.YOU lourm milt ems Irtnl tnt halt FURNITURE CO.
    : 1. FINLY All IA We klv.. ( Demand) mm' on ...... rotd Nil MMcM 150 vnnirnlihod' hay touted ol I NW mi A... at MHI at.IUPHOLITD .
    neweif ..t mist two nice ) bedroom homei prod ASKED[ by HUla or Ooro. toulllul toko.IIJ ion NW 40th Avo. Urge bock (4 HavoekaU Gads
    ,: hiKiirlMi .p.rtiiimrt bulMlnf .. to tell wiikng diitenco to .500, IWM down, belied livoyooro. and front perch c.n'lI Mil chain, ",d.. ,
    ind convenient to Hugh Idwordi Inc. hoi roluriwdta for opttlnlmentWith .. USID KINMOR automellc w..h* eve MtpM ft Click 0,_.. HyWeo .
    Univnityls': Florid.IXCdKNT Phsn5 PR or. Mi wiling condition. Pint .
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    : '. mil I bod'' ''.la. Hoping tell, with porehome low o All brick front fOR ITIbJ Iu._college".need. partially river' Moo foolish.N I!. 372-1131 1154 tlttr NW 11 Jlot m.Avo.wotKdoyiAVAILAL 41" WHTINOHOUK/ Deluxe elec' aluminum' cholM ........, I'I

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    block o"""... Outside city llmlit. Air conditioning $ Ma.2&3bediaas 40 Sod.en Pep.Ais
    Only Ihrot lell.RANCHTT 3 BR HOUSE $40 MO. MOTOR.
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    N.w10. 3 and 4 Bedroom Modilitoinmtn .,Ic.. ASKI ARCH CAMP-' Wool Park 1351 down and .71
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    dorfut IpwAunllto t lId Mil W. Ufllverllty Avt PR 14471Several

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    FOR IAL( III acts tl lond. soul : atret. r:1': 540115anr.no I r cOldltlonlnoltr.. diD, heater. power steering' .

    STEPHEN FOSTER ..... 'In woit Mellon tl AltchutCounry Call __ ___ nle. air conditioning
    |4W aCr. Call F* frtfU NICI ROOM' CLO'I.INOil.
    : ': f At HEIGHTS -. ..''. 505413.11 .. $2395 .
    ,
    Phone 376-5394
    IIINII n. $2595
    Located tl N.W. VthFltncomlrwctlon. SIM Lovely! Little Ranch : CALL m.15II.
    II. New brick name loll
    EDWARDS II MILD. OUT I TO UIINMI tr prttautonel. men.
    j "We trade houtet"McCOY'S Pick your own M In (thlo' donor ft (... .
    \ highland color tic. VA ft FHA Ttrmo.IV dart Must be oeber Rm edl ta bom.mi
    Court Manor mudo ..on. Cltr n. FMr, For.olmmon. : NW 4lti II Cell 17MM4.iURNIHD '
    INC. Palm S Ook trooo. Ii 62 Rambler
    milo/ Ftdorol Mlghwty Irantogi LOOMS M blocklIrwn 63 Ford
    ,,, .. Ctplttl liilMin... All. mil only .,..IOI. compile. Ml IW IH Avt.Cell ,
    2909 NE 15th St. ....
    CALL 371-IIH Odor.. 'r. Molt Arnerlc.n 4-door, auto-

    : r You Choose ,From 5.0.c..3750 371081 M.01 or S I7UIII 1/e. len51 176-7971 C ANOL L. ANOL RAI, 100051 ESTATE 50011011 onlY. Gllo.' a'S00'a 2 door math "trInImiuiOn radio
    I Nice. COMPORTAL room 'Inprlvtlt heater.
    0 J. AMOL(, ASSOCIATfU04 home for Chrlitlen lody hardtop, automatic t"nl.
    MACOMA N.*. IJlh II PMON 17o-of Cell 37MM4 enytlmt weekdtyiond mi.hn ,radio h.ater. air

    ': 14 MODELS I Ont ocrt with Irwtmt proporly aloof I en lundoyFURNIIHO conditioning, power 'H''. $995
    111 moo. ROOM tat wotinl' m15.5n0w40. .
    WALL
    I HOMES INC. I HOME HUNTING LOOK! I llAcrooW. ot town II,MO.IW A nlrll. 3721"1or Ing.
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    Acrto (. ol town, HI wry 172-"". .
    Colonial Modern Contemporary IroMogt. tulloMt.. tor houtlng'
    THI 'JIFFIRSON"Chormlngly ECONOMY 511.0,1"Soclilan: :? I both: terrene ream ta...moM... ..hIo.. $2395
    condition l an woodad n... Kbc.N RdSI pant wht with' ta 61 V'wagen
    tot altraetlve'' neighborhood, mi 10.05 II 010.5. W. d tam 'I eneWe prlCM Periling pvovld.N. -
    II Mm .,. Only ".M*. tied (own, 514,50. Call Al.0Ma Ity Au.
    colonial' autilde.Ihlf Ml ... Phone J71-J47I.: 41 .0500 .wHet 1-' homo W. I clOt.. J7 '''' Sunroof radio, hilt.". ...

    :: 3 and 4 Bedrooms V151w1C1.' home for ll graclotl mied" with contom'con. LUXURY oaulllul Parade of Hamea soda MARY MOEhi; ER. REALTOR i iII SO """. Nasty '63 Rambler lra "ic.. '
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    living. Ntfkt lilt cullOppel"Yld coioniel, ilyllng 4 IS. t both, panel. ,* W Unlvorilty, ..... PR QM7III
    end"
    work Oreo wlm ed lamlly room. complete. built.'In FUHNIIHID troller' cabana for $1195 5
    :: from $13,400 to $18,200 laundry, kitchen ind pantry kitchen, many .51501. Now ..n.... ocrto tl "noovHy wooded land rent Woter lumlihed. air" con- 4.door ..den automatic
    [ 550.5. haMy to tho sI/VIc. SmNana. t,0 Unlv. Medlin 51.004.. Good dlllonld..41 per month. FR eMloorF >
    .. There art mrta bedroomo tar 124,731. Phone 17M471 Invennw.t, 000010100 10,11105" to It I 4ilOSIMlM. transmission' ,radio hell",. 1
    s with ndlne CIOMIItcllltlM everything Only UOol down.
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    anus two lull tiled IN BETWEEN Osndmlvaaue': -a::.' 'I.- 'H sow FOROYCI ft AIIOCIATd. INC eniili" $1795 Buick
    : ;: bothi and a oeperala (rettingiret .. 1I..I'or 61
    \ ; : In the m.sN114110.. It land Court M_. Thro and 4 M4 W Unlv" 170-1134 -FOR IMMIDIATI OCCUPANCY;
    nwdolo 1..13...M to 511.35E 14 *t-
    : : Nothing Down VA hoe I ftrmtl living room wit, "_ 51nes, twan's $115.05" sat.0tlanltoo 38 ACRES 10 51310. 51/ acre and Contact 1 IR UNFURN W. T G,.HOUK, C. Special 4.door, sedan, ado .
    glue a .
    I MMritt dining room author troct of 'A $2100 tatatotal

    ; family beautlrul room with cherry": a paneling 41,1.1.01and ,..?...t,.. tf .>".lnlmnt t* .... ,.... Kirk.pahisk to d083.01ctN kxoiod on t povod HIOMIrocK high. 1760617JTRAILER SPACE 1100"'.

    ($100 Closing) I stud ritretn vtoM MNW HiM, mlloo 61 Rambler
    r The "'5." ohope at Hie nouitwim IT1-1471. way ittnilmttth 510 FOR ((NTna $1195
    : in mochet) r.. car garage Nl 21. Blvd m'4 Hid T._.. North of AI, dwa at IN m'ltt. MONTH
    tnt roar polio. will hen '.11. AMMlf I .ro tsr Dewberry frailer l Park.
    "' ... e dolighHul place. ta mo'Unlvortlly' / Nulhwet of. __". Pit. Station wagon, automatic
    :: ;::. Monthly Payments Start live Agoncy Jl 1 N. Mom W. Klrkpttrkk PR I41 TRAILER LOT for rent tronmislon radio, heater. i

    .. Mil NW inn FI. .408. Itr lav. Ihtdy. Oil AriNRaad air" condltlonl"O. 60 Ford
    CAINESVILLE"SYEARS near UP. gt-lerl, \
    5:: The Charming CataratJ Prat.rrfoTm
    :: at $79.34
    ,: AHEAD COMMUNITY BY S1-A Weed To bad $1195 Station wagon .utom.tlc .
    !' ': RANCHO GRAND LOti t"'lIlon' radio hooter. ;

    I bedroom I lit"''. Study> 1 t I "UItN. An-: efTMSMTlCX3M : cl.on.
    lemlly ream living ream, dhvIng BUTLER BROTHERS tl mo ngMprCa. Coll ean5 InS J.... I. willi''" ......
    eon pereutl ffeor.Irtpn 37"$. VIM .....
    room Included. WO.HOI I0Dawn. MOVIINCf" oO Ca1!!17744U0_ '61 Ford $895
    tro.. 5 501,005. wed bash. ,
    F s 4JH NW 17th PL banes : dews paym.0rLx.." 51 5w.d.. Wasted
    r PALM VIEW ESTATES Od N.(. Urn TM.wCo .
    '"flANNINa TO tHJILD" (vlldorgdoyVomi ond BOARD 4-door. automatic ,,_ I'
    .
    A.1 1r( .. slots 1701011HOMI CleM, room. ra home IW cooking Ind"Place mnrvlce mluion radio, h..t.", nle. 60 V'wagen "

    Let ui give you on (. .
    I FOR IAII
    mat. on contracting your $16,000 PLOW I bodroomi M Ml* (I. ftintnltily SI OfHat-Deik tract $1195 Cam or. .1Ifro "Ice, you
    : Builders and Developers row custom horn 3ft .r..011 .awn ..,........ must ate 0511. at, -110' I'
    Cal Gerald FHA DOWN PAYMENT .ptymtnli Iff it Ml wtuRTt niTnrTjrw never used nth?1"0 water, r
    ;RVi/3ifOV Ant Nmto *""* OIl yes* M illS Ml Un4verlry A... Pint. Claiaomce
    : Doy. NOTHING DOWN VA wets M 80.00 ..,.,... PsII IQICI. Air 1111. aiavlor .... .
    1:0 Sales Office NE 23rd Blvd. NteFR6-50l5or, .1.. eti..irool.Parklna. .. _Jenlitr '
    $100 ClodHi. Cot woke ...11... CMI 4'.1.er 60 eemir $1295 I..
    66502eirlce RSNTALSNOW F II ...".
    :: : and 11th Terr.-Phone 372.3471 L....... ttD. 4M COIORID UTAh OR UHNItl epace tat .

    4./ Main' Itreet an* IJrd dvd. ALL CITY SERVICES fctTNfiCO ?ront I Mtclll ntrll of (soot 4-door. IUtomoliC transmission .

    .. Call H_ Powero 004 radio hel"' '
    (R d
    mtdom f
    --- WB wi'O !
    M." PR lael0"IC Falcon
    N. 60
    II, Men optrtmonN ,... MvMf led .:
    FERN WOOD MANOR dining o>t*. mtdtrn HMchtit wim ( *PAC( AVAILAl- -
    I tan a... Mu... ....... lIP," DwoNw". CoI Slat A A.<. $795 4.100he.Mr.. i
    M sour,. Hit. IMM. ott May M per "-. Con Lawtar ball
    tr ond not wtttr hotitr, 51.111' iTiiaiar mna.S4 .
    $12,250; ... $: ., $595
    up
    ; REALTY = *rtolorlot tl H.*. Mm imlaiaai .......
    Oww"y cod wr oppilnlmiK I1to '
    i 'ml er 301130 01440.1. C.O0.00 ... ""' 58 Chevrolet ,;
    $400 DOWN FHA DAN BYRD ,

    NOTHING DOWN VA 41 ,.-... As'sr. 376-1268 4-doar atlPICIord lran.mis. 57 Renault

    I I'f $100 Closing' Cod WALL lit ....... "lOt lOt ..... FOR ITORI ft WARIHOUMotace. Hon, Mater. '/llrl "Ie.
    Dauphine 4-doar.
    t,1 All HINItt OMWl gM Mm.I NI MM MM _.11I, ttMr..
    NW 0011051. eel pat II0. Call V I4M.WAMHOUU. '
    COURSE *7C" 375.1$15 ate,, 4 PM."" IMI M. II. lit Hugh $745 $250
    PROM /D PER MONTH yovng wtrtilnt. gU* dttkt 5A 580010 MdMIrM Center lop
    ttmttloHt ittmmtIM tar I w.t.wih4 .0.M M. 55550
    wed too MOM tl thottugcoMor Horn Ir. el mim tr Pl>t.
    WALK TO SCHOOLS
    it CM atMl FOR LAM IMM Ot ttartlniMkig.
    r.c'P
    :: Ml : .M. 374 W-IIII AvtrFrict Ml
    ORGANIZATIONAL BOTH LOTS LOADED
    : MEETING N I
    : 4 IR. Erick Front ColoHMili.. Now ftarikliif.Prko. GARAGE A,T. SW SECT. PPl,4IC .. .. .. .......5.

    I'il'' MIN 1 WOMIM.(,,* .. el ,...1_ ..,.,..... sal hare. the real ...... ...._ 515,125. 'US Down I! )72-)794 J72-I82J ./SII. '
    :, flaw pans 'to ta teack yen now N pass yes e ..lMtle *M irejrl to gwinttaat I HAVB ALL k'OI eland Wldk.adwswysoha WITH A FINE SELECTION

    ) yew ewe. slobs, toll. er M* time. YM aftti'l have It .rva a* ys.w iaaent (ak.. $45 MO. I 8R APT. rent / hMet. Can aroai awnaMV. Sal /

    ,'. Diseases MM a.e..l tfce rich ap,..,,,iirrlai ta MM real ant.tg ........... ftaltleaw DIRECTIONS! Drive Watt M Kth Avt. Turn at IJM Coilbom NW J7NII.IN in*. M. ( ar. > .pnent 47MHITAIL .
    ;r; voaNng. Amend mil !I.steMONDAY OF NO DOWN PAYMENT CARS
    Loft on )8rh St. or 39th Tome WALIIO 5,01..1 .arlrr.15O. ( OR UHNISI Sea lIP
    i' I .It w aneNN eaMm Snd rent. I Mtclit norm tl cevheuM.
    NOVEMBER 2 7:30 P.M. trwtw. on utII W"M tvKM. COM Nw1. Ftwert Ml ,
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    ; UNIVERSITY INN, U.S. 441 SOUTH, GAINESVILLE Butler BrothersBUILDERS -APAailM--' .Nll. (HF0 .... o.4NN.aiSl' RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. I


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    MOTOR" CO. :
    N N4 N. Mix M.37MMI .:

    ...., 511114' machi WI 11.10M .
    stark II 04ot II 1011. T.... Mil U II 5 SONS 1015 53.4.5
    1101551 54 11115 o.p rtunl 5s ...... Soy worn and InKU
    far NEW Number buy M.fll n (I'ondordtoMol. saId Son. ..".... "II well ...,on_ Soil
    oo.l... "'..._ chockwrltort 1.S N.a.Wwrt 54.
    cal rtgiiton, colcuiot* I
    A on HH MMnoti ote. ToorwtthM IS A..... iIot for $.).
    8.1411b _It old ..... macrAnN, '1
    low print.oouipmont 1ISI JIIP Dillon "oxon 4lvo ....,.
    W. wrvkS al' ly0es 01It1... .> < kootor. Mor itomfc gun I
    MOST IEASONAIII. oeM. tiMd tor _.... In tHi ,
    FULLY OUAKANTCED! If IM PI. PR ......
    UNIVERSITY OFPICI fOUIPt .....
    N Ptl CHICK PP.OCTCCTOP. CO. ONI-OWNtR IM.) wvnturn
    rm NW Mil tlPP. IMPALA.1111 toulMMd.
    Mm or fit HIM .lncluell.. .lr-toMlllon">g. In ..1causal I
    COM MMO mo Ml ttltrortrMo
    71 Mytkil MmhM4lMl Oil PR Hill.ItM .
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    CHIVY IISCAYNf. 4 450.
    I' AND USiD "'..N I- 54.5. 05. sn.l... 55naas14 i
    Try us -::' 755 buy. Our55a51N Mills I47S roll Vt-ISIt Mfor1M1 0PM.


    ..IlasY11N. 0151555515.laNtulvl domr C.Msr lor PORD. Air PAIRLANI' 'conoPI..SPOUTICOOPf. oucUtttoon 'II

    1IU W Un",. Avo.7IoJOlI ..... not or OM cw toko I' 14.4 SALE! !
    > ovof poymonH.. .,.....,
    MI./*"S/ls. i< MJoc.mTtR" Pan .... MAGNUS DIAMOND ORGAN IMI OLDS M 4 DOOR MMIoMwMto II :
    i 555. irk*PIP WWM. Mt tl wIlls oil Modi "kiioriormitk .
    VIRT""L. iTR'PI' "WN'I' mnxl5l r 8,ont. 174417 S.mnl.l5ly, Ilulp' l sills ..,..
    Ul tt M ptr tang MMn rtow ond UMd MlCompMto .1, coMiHonlnt. lswsr l
    ..ISporcontoft.lttMy ..... r.tr lN"Iw GRAND PIANO ......., P. S ,...... ood |loW .... '
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    U por Nfl off.. I Mltt'Mpor 4lt W. (Unn" ...... PI MJUP.TAION .Sup., Mil. lot uis. ownt4 .. totol fah !
    contort .HIMM (
    w'.I.S... ant 0". I2US IPICIAL. until will .== for grand M sty mtmbor MUMP. Call
    414..I.S... ..... off.127/SSEARL Del 31 only Living room ilioLP maw M tiM.ORIDICY >>7.10. I
    ROnUCK a CO OAS HlAtll, ,,,. our OM MUSIC CO. Ittt CATALINA' horolo H a H.
    I Main fl mtnILECTIIIC I cyll- plus cusnpNss. .5n Golno.llll IKoMinf Ctnlorvi condition CIOMI.omMr One
    HIATIP.li Iponllll .mal ....'..1.'.... roadp car M... Macash. h.4..CawmkN uu very WJ-47IJ.Sold.Ut btlow _,...,.. PR $SAVE HUNDREDS of DOLLAR$

    Comb, place mill oowlng' molorloiii (0RO0IANE'L'PPW" WILL. tromtar Id roonomioto' pony
    (IK rkflno Mil on''I4iidrouior s 1401cw of .5 55544 or 4554 41 CHIVY IMPALA 4 0*.. "R 4
    handles lodgor bock ArdItr M.. 'R HItS Eltor'lomot SI 04115545 14 Wass N. or/ MMIttolv" now llrw 01COllont .
    trim Iron kitciwt curtInn' cur Plono. wads boel _11101I. PHonO MM4..
    ton inuwldi ig wkkor bnMtor SINGER MO 13"4. WvrlMr. OrgM WIIKmontm .I; PORO 44r. Ml. "".... wIlt.w .
    clottm or basal fuel ton, I a.s5d 'WI" plek w .ay ....
    no wnlll itftuio
    -aro a. '
    M ":lave, won biMikoni dotfeIng I AUTO ZIG ZAG donr save BAIL. I pinton PIANO>C0.A. 10 M, tin If toil ...... n
    ON A LIKE NEW 1964
    ill: Mi tnokii cottumodmlryi --11I 7. w unl... A... "'.0113'. 4:14.: DEMONSTRATOR OR EXECUTIVE CAR AltFULLY
    .
    tloctrte hooting PHIguriw ool .. IMOOdd >
    ; ,....... 7t-_. Pens.al 111shill 55.15.rlts., two UPRIGHT PIANO '41 RAMILtR ClaWs W.. HllrcoMnUnlng. .,.
    uo ny 0II "'.. or My onont4 5450 / M. till PI a. ono .... lrrrnluon >
    SINGERAUTO ot IT4. Writ. Jimmy. Cro awl oHor-n M. M mot. 014. on4 37101 GUARANTEED. CHEVROLETS CHEVELLES CORVAIRS
    by Oon. Pol. O.lnoivlllo.. .... ml'. HIM. JM-tUI _
    ZIG ZAGvorciito _'nn,. CLOII Out IOM mIdel SpI4 03an's. WAGON.
    STATION
    MISCURY ION
    ,, .Does .vsryMinpr ..._.... 70 Bwh. Walnut'. CnoIcC or Atolwgonyunion. NMIN. 1"-" Aaa. "...... 5455 1..S'aa,' 5551flies. CHEVY II's.
    fancy ,III.,,", AIadM0. .Mask Iior Sold cwndllN. 011I Own.N
    IM con v a mo.Mlktll Ill I I. ""t SImI Cal 373.21"
    MocnlM ..",. N.w CINTI." GUL 'TRI"NI IILL MMl IATSLY. '53Clavy .
    MUST
    i lowing dues 5051155p. *..... MuiT SILL-GUITARSI aktongtoclric .w
    111 W. Unlv l .mmPOJSiSSeO / Itcrt/k. 1/ ..d ....... tC.. 4mplilipr A pad or Ifwi: H RNIOwoW
    5 .11101' -:0" ., ills' I
    PUP.NITUP.ItAROAINl call Tamp MS51.FOP. taw, IIM.t- 15454. Ml
    / IALI ,.". Ovornlghtor, come Irlng gultor nylon' Itrlnoi, .. P 11'-7. ALL OF OUR SALESMEN MUST SELL HIS PERSOtfl
    S dreom Walnut klng-ili' Hoodbnord ,.. 11II,. wills' ,. and sal.uatlns coioni coMitlon, It} Phono m IMI Voilow FALCON. 4door old
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    n douMo dromrll i-nt. win honor. now tiro* A. Imnd
    y J ., mirror Walnut, SN.. JNMNa. .n III 551.0. low ........ "'". jr*
    Holt do* 514 dAalr 4 MMCllOMl tt'f. '."" Sir.H III p AL DEMONSTRATOR BEFORE HE IS ASSIGNED
    I lot. bod Automotive
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    luito' .. t pc. 01..". art 14 PT Mum. b..5711.. ., I.'.. PALCON. lllck fit' .... NrM 0 t King Lonotti turn i ru_ bad..Ipa lads motor androll. ? for MIOMM .
    .. E.cIImt, $ _It,.. MM Ml C. I. Homb.ro.CMir II Motdrcycldl bdoton condition Win out MM.Plvm

    / lw.......prltes. ., with low "Natoli.hand Nay Motor CP... HI). '6Z ALLSTATE KOOI.r Ilk eStow. I74-3IM. 1311 NW 331TN. NEW 1965 THESE MEN ARE REALLY ANXIOUS 'T$|

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    MCDANIEL 0.1.11I1' 'U.NITURa c...C0... 71 OffIce ....,..... Phone 62.564.. 'N CHIVY? caws tIm.lttd .
    b4.low mMuus Nll
    MONTH NIID A "LACI TO IITT Ponl MUST sAcmrici iM4 fully owio-, ;'fj adrl5.MSb ..
    1145 51526
    .pp.6NPER 155 M 5ra155 Calsi III a Po.IursCMlr Pad Horlty DMUHUI Due Ciwopm MAKE A DEAL! fDONT .
    I N It 154 a char wINs' ot Dtrotit roouoil ISIS ",lInt .e: IMPALAS MInIM.
    TgTbf ti X5111 onrinmochlno. : a bock ton. tn.au.PAIKIII ( kroum In ortflnol coil U- One .. .1555. P1, "I.
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    Ttili mocnln 4Mi ." COMPltTIftlMINOTON miM M ornr. Call inunnor HirhW MrooMLVV4M
    log fancy Itlttnot, imiwgroml, O'IICIOUT'"U I '.M. liMKMy Mini Tnui> oltor IP. M.
    kuttontwin and MWI on Outlon tlKlrlt typowrttor. day.NEW. '11 OLDWOIIII
    Mind, nomi OH. T'"* onr nmining $.. Unoorwood mmlM. III. IRIOQIItONI motor Knotr _'-do M aPully N3.Call .
    pep Ngs ot ... Call fend _III.... C.H VMN .* Mltw Mlor MM ... Mil 175.3311.: Ill $151 t.r I !
    _TV Cr FOR dit jmitjor.IALI" lap 171-,..tenon.. DM, 'or to-. I I ".M NW ink ... .... .,...)... M,.-Can.- .DXoi- I P M. WAIT-THESE WON'T LAST!!:

    ". mod. worki goo*, will lokKl .
    : Mth HI Nl lim A... inKRMICA II
    .",. 55.10

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    .ts, GalnNnlllI Auto TN =- IMPALA
    ....11" upnolitory" worb.M 64 MALlIU 64 MONA 64 NOVA 64

    OAUOI modol A (omlngtondutonutlc J Sups Sport white with .d Coupe. Whit. wish .d ''n. Coupe. 51"'w b'ue' with blue 4.dr. Ndan. white 11I4 IllvoInt.rior

    dills. Phono rttlo 4M-1M5 a*. w.Good A. Cork... Pow rplidl. PS. R & tIIOP, Powerplld.' 110' : p. pu Ip4.ud wish bills' Pbw.rplidb, PS, P,. ,
    ..... Jr. H, PB. padded dull, tlnl.d nplM. ION. CGC ,'.' G : :: RLH, tinted :: & H. Jest like bind Mw,

    2 ACRES CANE wlndahlld. tinted 114. bhield. ..N.S.e .

    loll shah. row or ...... ..-lilt. S.e SI. S.
    Tom N.._.
    COLD DUNK Says win' mass, coot4r Mr. J."I. Hlrw.1I M,. Gary Self Mr; oorRo PNNI la M" D"n'' Reiss

    nol... lour claNs m.ki.ongo .
    shill, 411 mall 4ttta4 DO
    YOU NEED
    dom Nil Hondymm griomro A
    W...HP. mil .II.. Import
    ranch win' ...M.... Mi 44 114rotpor '
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    '63 Chevrolet' ,Jmpolo. onto- LoSobra 4 door. ,\"';
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    1795 Chevrolet ImpoJo. 4 door 62 door automatic tranemleIon. .

    63 herdtop, looded. : radio'. hooIrconditlonhif $ CQC :
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    94 Comet 2 door sedan, .Ore c-. 1'1dI. ........ RN ear wMN. .dye a./1./ ,
    Ford XL 500'eutometlc
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    i power IA1ACeteerlag . Moil eta soar .atre steep '
    '9)0) ? 2. door , .wdord ra. $2499 $1899$1699 $544
    EtMalcr. I Chevrolet 4 door iratMN' 'I
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    power steering, power $)! QC heater real clean, 1 479 ,
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    'I. Pantry AC Pewerlnd' Kcal Mono.. I'Mo 4NNe tree wh...... AC.a.r. 1
    Renault 4 door $
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    power brak... rot 63 .4. Dauphlne $13'99 $1099' $699 '
    IOF r, outomatlc peitMctloii. 300 W, AM.
    11nluione FM radio. factory war. Chevrolet lelalr. 2 door I '

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    11095 62 PLYM 60 FORD
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    Renault '63 Chevrolet. I.,... 2. door heater . . .. wall Stew P.-=:. .....ae tNa- r0Ite, tr-.. 4drr lIMo 5.... ..-. .psgel 04 /-1St 1010 M.Nee* 1 cyL

    ) hardtop,..,..opart aqiiipmont Volhtwaaonj convertible. '
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    SALE 2.44, doz. BED PILLOWS
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    FLANNEL, "SPRING KNIGHT" BROADCLOTH (SOLIDS ONLY) & 9.99 BEAUTIFULLY EMBROIDERED "SURE-FIT" STRETCH

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    WONDERFUL fOR CASUAL 6 SCHOOL CLOTHES. CHENILLE, OR WOVEN
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    / Every Detail of Crime Examined) Described i ;


    .
    By JACK WILSON Owlet Washington Bureau he was going to put up in the rented room In which he lived In
    WASHINGTON, D. C. No major crime ever was so thoroughly Dallas. FACT AND FICTION'

    examined as the assassination of President John Kennedy. None He put the package in the back seat of the car, and they droveto
    was committed In full view of so many persons nor was recordedso the Texas School Book Depository at Elm and Houston Streets
    completely on film. where both Oswald's wife
    Dallas they worked. and their two
    But few have stirred up as many theories and contradictory daughters, one only a month old lived in Irving with Mrs. Ruth
    legends and beliefs. The Lindbergh kidnapping case in the mid- Paine a friend of Mrs. Oswald's mainly because he wasn't making
    19308 is one exception that comes to mind. There aren't many. enough to support them. iv
    The seven-man commissionheaded
    by Chief Justice Earl
    Warren was created specificallyto I If
    answer questions that were The Kennedy Assassination II4Lc4V
    raised about the tragedy immediately -
    after it occurred _
    and to try to forestall others. J4
    Its report made public 10 months after the assassination The Texas School Book Depository Is a private concern housed
    I KENNEDY may very well be the most complete record ever put together of In a seven-story orange brick building a warehouse with office ?
    Search for truth events leading up to and following a crime of this magnitude.The space in itOswald

    story began quietly. President Kennedy was preparing to had been working there since Oct. 13, as an order
    leave the Texas Hotel in Fort Worth, Texas the morning of Nov. filler an unskilled Job that paid $129 an hour. Mrs. Paine had 6
    22, 1913. He bad addressed a breakfast meeting, and a crowd that heard about the Job from a neighbor and helped him get it be- '
    gathered in a parking lot near the hotel. It was time to board his cause he had been out of work for more than a month and hit wife 1*
    airplane Air Force One, for the short Jump to Dallas. was about to have a child.
    This Is the first of "If shoot the President of the United
    a anybody really wanted to At the School Dook Depository Oswald and Frazier parked the
    series of articles by Jack States," said Kennedy, "it wouldn't be a very difficult Job. All car and Oswald walked ahead of Frazier into the building, carrying
    Wilson analyzing the you would have to do would be to get a high building someday the long paper package tucked under his arm.
    with a telescopic rifle and there would be nothing anybody coulddo
    Warren Commission Workmen Inside the building laying
    to defend against It." were new plywood flooringIn
    findings on the death of the warehouse portions including the sixth floor. They had
    As he spoke he and Mrs. Kennedy and Kenneth O'Donnell, a
    cleared the floor
    President John Kennedy. by hustling 55-pound cartons of school books out
    White House assistant, were strolling toward the door of the hotel.It of the
    way stacking them wherever was most convenient.
    I,. was O'Donnell who later reported the President's remark.A .
    Some of the cartons had been piled up In front of a window In
    couple of hours earlier that same morning Lee Harvey Os
    the southeast corner of the room. The window talked down at the
    wald climbed Into Wesley Frazler's car In Irving, a town of 45- Intersection of Elm and Houston streets and. If you stood facing It
    000 ten miles outside of Dallas. Oswald carried a long, narrow,
    at| a slight angle, Elm Street curved away directly In front of you.
    paper bag that he had fashioned himself from wrapping paper
    and tape. He told Frazier the parcel contained curtain rods that (See ASSASSINATION, Page I)

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    Year, No. 96 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1964 NEWSSTAND PRICE lOc
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    I Terror in Viet NamSAIGON Quit Why He Power Struggle .j



    South Viet Nam
    (AP) Terror and counter- \

    terror, persistent themes of

    Vietnamese political and military 41 ; TheUF Likely in Kremlin
    history for many centuries, # .
    continue to play a dominant role ) : '.

    In the increasingly bloody war By CUr CORMIER ,

    raging now. .A. Sua Education Writer ,
    Terror Is used for interrogation t.I- Dr. George T. Harrell, deanof Give
    as propaganda, as punishment Af ... f the University of Florida Col- Experts ,, '
    '
    and as revenge. Neither lege of Medicine, Is leaving his 'South Will Rise \ "
    SJI
    the Viet Cong nor Saigon government '", Job here because of "Increasing f ,Viefa .to '
    forces have ;' academic frustration." "
    any monopoly I. .
    on Its usesxfr' VfJ. "f.nJea......... 'tniverally: I ". .., <'vAgain'4JohnsonMACON (|..j',
    *v .. ,.A month ago It came to a battalion ,w.s to become dean of the
    of Vietnamese Rangers t( ., new |M million Hershey School f Ca. (AP) Pre J. I By JOHN ... RXGHTOWEfl
    caught hi an ambush near the t of Medicine at Pennsyl vall I I."{ dent Johnson, campaigning la .'!durN on Page 12 AP Special CeerespeadsatWASHINGTON
    Mekong River delta town of Cau .., ". State University. A the South, accused his opponents -
    (AP-PrtsJ.)
    Ke,. ". : '" ,, Dr. Harrell told the Sun the f i today of using "wildI wild charges/ and Impulsive dent Johnson tias been advised
    A Viet Cong unit concealed In t r+ ,- iZ Z frustrations at the medical l charges and Impulsive! state statements of the opposition Is by government experts on So- I

    a Buddhist pagoda opened fire 1I school came from both the stats 1 menta" In hopes they can gals hidden a deadly serious Intention viet affairs that the ouster of
    on the government unit, killing "" rw : i1 level and Internal admlnlitra- 'i; office and "radically change the. They would Initiate policies Premier Khrushchev has
    10 Rangers, including an American ? sue'' h, ton at the university He 'doclned I '\ American way of life." which would radically changethe the prestige of Soviet damaged lead'erahlp -

    -sergeant advising them. rI. to spell out any specific J Johnson sipping through American way of life as we at home and abroad and
    "t.,' *. .,ttw days ago the same problems saying only that he Florida. Georgia and South know It." rendered
    uncertain
    I the
    I.. Carolina, In his blue and silver future
    1 back for had found it impossible to coo.tine
    unit
    Ranger was an Johnson got friendly
    r rfICfpotlonl course of Soviet
    a X41r Jet transport said there Is only policy, towardthe
    operation at the urn place operating under the present at all his Florida stops and Went.
    t one course open to the voters an
    spoiling for revenge. I : system."I did so much handshaking in
    These are the
    ,, Nov 3. among principal
    The pagoda was deserted but 11 don't want to stir up anY Orlando and Jacksonville: that conclusions
    10. "W. must crush this threat to reached In a
    three likely/ looking suspects, all controversies, Dr. Harrell said. American life" ho sett. "We he emerged with a bleeding new study of the sudden,' sonar
    of them Vietnamese of Cambodian "AM 1 want to do. to pick Up rliftit/ hand.In Uonal
    It : it v' Lis must restore the health of our shakeup In the Kremlin
    extraction, happened to be and leave two-party system. And we most his Macon test, the President earlier this month. Other conclusions
    in the area. The Rangers picked ,o x c.rw At Penn State flannel will put get on with the work of lulliassf I said he Is convinced Amer reported to the Pros-!
    them up.Their together a new medical school Amerka" may.,. ka wants a "politics of national dent according to Informed
    arms tied behind their believed to have the largest singh -' Several times, Johnson sebsv petty." officials:

    backs, the three men were given > endowment of.any medical opportunities to aim his, capaign &Johnson, said that once the L The best guess about the
    the "water treatment". A AP win/ *** tM Mi school in the country In t b I la appeals directly at JIll MtUnn returns are In, "AmerP future prospects for Kim

    cloth Is placed over the face of Water century sudiewea ca will know the world will thtnev's successor la that a
    the prisoner and water Is Treatment Harrell has a national reputation In effect, he said, 'The South (DOW that In this land of the power struggle probably cannot
    poured over the cloth, tending to With his hands tied behlM UI' a. a Viet Cons as an authority In physical will rise again," and )promised Iref, there Is no North, no be avoided. The experts say
    suffocate me man. Just before guerrilla Is lowered head ftof Into a water pot by South planning of hospitals and medical to help out in that direction Jouth, m East no West." that Conimmlal party bow
    he loses consciousness he Is centers. He has p a b fished The President hi Many thousands lined a four.
    Vietnamese Rangers during?*! Inierrogattosf of their a speech { Leonid .. Breshnev and Premier
    released. This to repeated until prisoners. V 1 two books to the field based on prepared for delivery at JacksonvUle. nil motorcade route through Alescl N. KosygJn
    to
    em'
    he talks. his experiences as a consultant Fla. hit dfrectly. Ms Orlando and crowded Into a app
    supposed to him from i'Chances of surviving field to the U.s. Public Health Servke represent the two burtaucndet
    protect
    As an innovation on this operation campaign opponents, but with sbcf>pm( center perking lotwftrre
    of the and the
    one of the prisoners was death. $)nterrojtion ere often extremejjy and other agencies. out mentioning Barry Cold- Johnson began the day'i and party government
    lowered head first Into a water- poor. Death em coma for Ten years ago In September water his Republican rival. flvrrlly campaign tour. these together with me
    pot with his hands bound.In Another prisoner was roundedup \'prisoners tinder the tracks: of Dr. Harrell came to Florida I Said Johnson: "U... fte i(Is,e JOHNSON ea Page 1)CivilkwsThke competitive) Interests of mo
    the mouth of one of the and eight. old villagers sitting I vehicles todecapitaflon '.Jrora the Bowman Cray School t. military and Industrial establishment
    prisoners Rangers found a little on a log watched quietly while or by bleeding to eat. of MedidMe4WekmZeRs1 Cob:-,, set the stag for a
    bag containing several human the four young men were tor 'after both bands nave been /loge to help found the new JHlllls power struggle."
    teeth carved with Buddhist tured. Later, the prisoners were II''chopped off or i ty a bullet Miller Health Center and UpVietNamPawer 1 Factionalism bi the Soviet
    symbols. Under questioning, the taken to the operation command !through tile bead to become the medical school's Union tends to hurt Soviet Inlllt.t. -

    man said the teeth bad belonged post by helicopter for further "II an pert of the war InOath first dean .. Internally and externally.The .
    to> his grandmother and were questioning. They were lucky. Viet Nam. Teaming up with Dr. Russell dentallnliaUon program of
    Poor the medical! center's first s dfrada ago Is cited ss a caaa i
    [ promt Barret helped develop In point. II was one of the issues

    United Fund ne of the outstanding medical SAIGON South Viet the US. over which Communist China
    Drive Here schools hi the nation. Nam Although Embassy
    avowedly split with the Soviet
    I sans was net a medical doctor (SAP) South VIet Nam's mill. haled the shift u "another Union

    ; ho was a career university tary returned the government to pedtiv* step toward the objective J The violent wrench which
    the civilians today, marking the of enUbllshlng effectiveS
    adnunillCr ator.
    I Batting .300 Plus Already "I never stored having a provost fifth changed gownnieiH hi a ( *. VIET NAM ea Page I'U. remitted Khrushchev from the has sudden displayed/ ousterof to

    system. That wet Dr. ((1.Hilus 7far. the world what experts .Mrs

    Hitting a pace "as good as the The national firms dirt .1.I a, ,t$%%It, or IS per cent. of its goal. said. )"W Miller's b e .a Poor Idea"reajfnod H a r fill I hired Power to the was nation's formally MW IrIMoo.d.IJIIfI": r S. Posts term UM uglier side of Kremlin

    United Fund ever has been In beaded by Sam Berry, has collected The professional did s 1 10 II recommended that the ajjijjnls- of state, ailing revolutionary politics and this has bees a

    Gainesville at this stage" division $11.5*, or 77 per cent beaded by Earl Scarbore g h. (See HABRELLesj Page f) I'han Khae SuLI. ..... an. B-52s Near of principal Soviet contribution' to the loss
    chairmen have reported of its goal has collected $1510, or 14 per I01 *& prestige. It renders
    Nguyen nV as premier
    312 per cent of the DC goal The public diVision, headedby ,cent of its foal with the rest of his care- virtually sit Important aspects
    ef Soviet
    pledged or contributed, according Mike Kreshka. has collected (See LCT ea Page t) taUt IOft"I IIIIL Red China policy uncertain. .
    to General Chairman Keith i Whole Breshnev. sod Xosygbi
    Austin. sell said the High National have reaffirmed Khrushchev's .
    Austin said this morning that Council which Is presiding over WASHINGTON (AP) .The policy of coexistence,
    I "nce ent performances are being I '\ r r J n t. ( \ r HI III I II IN the changeover from military to United: Slates has posted a the new men and their J Jockey-

    done. by several 4iY1 ona" .. eM nil, would consult Tuesday squadron of 19 BU heavy Jet I See KREMLN Pap !)
    I and Dated advanced gifts ..- r" ,,. thr .. a premier .. used ttasjffmment nutle bombers on the Island
    tuna firms, pabOe commerce until a new eansUtjdon of Guamwithin about I JOS .
    1 and X the Is drawn so.. tpseajsatissicantered miles c4 Red China, it was
    commerce anrversity "We play a lot of bridge, but the alight .we
    and the medical cater 3Bs played far the United Fund was cur best M. a around termer SalgMMartr learned today. WHERE,
    voeea ar -- bag ttnr.- reps* Rota Heath, frcsassn elrasjtsvgs Trsn Van Huong.Khsnb TM unpuMicizcd move made
    ssM a second report misting tf Bttrifs Ctab.Fnrty win continue to wield last pnn(. places the IS Buts TO FIND IT
    Is scheduled for saoa WedAa _eight Iraftjt stayers raised II- dMrkg great power r c.- III about t MS macs closer to Coov

    ....,. right recaaty at *s GataesviBs RecraUa"We dill of the armed face, with inunut Chaos than when they Cas . 1
    ef Friday asos. the feOsw- Gas ', a w a. t big say iI aarnmg fta araed were bated 'in the UnMstf Stale ClsasMisdl 11+1I
    fag ceatrtotioas and pledges set the night aside and isle It strictly ....." .*>said faces minister. They wfl at ea The muadroa MItt Is Guam eat iaana1 14
    'U' nparW: HeanX'sadtts ..i....11 wss tiimmdnns. everyoat .... js.- tIt# far-man National hearty ipuKs a unit W older Mdhm ,3
    The advsam gtfts dMslea.l TTi fisainslrstlsa if urnnmasjlli 111111111111. ... Is lisa c r.rd which ml have wide jet M bombers. lUll have at
    beaded. by Chester: Tales, h.sera more hnpertaat theater the snesvy catetsd lor dM CaMP.... V secsoM ei* DM war least twice the strung range
    roOrctod' $JU per ccst we sO get together Bka Ms rs sass la ....,... agaaa list -. the CimmsalM ,Vtot sad carry mud more of an. oasea'lt c. j I:';'
    1otto ** Gas.h/s00/ nil II great ptas0 r them -- she. (see B4ta osj Pap I)


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    iONII The commerce 1 divl 11 l o n Avenue and obtained 100 poi
    A 1 end mild nroughTlMOay I
    Portlf cNudy
    tratlve structure of the Collegeof leal program, reporting directly A low HXKMft NkOj* ,...- ..rNP headed by James Qulncey has cent participation in pled 1 get
    Medicine be simplified" to the president"Harrell cloy. LOOM tonight 4g to J4. MlglwtfTunday
    rt to 7.. MoHly MI* winds collected $1111, or 23 per cent and eontributions. /

    When Poor resigned he was said when he came It P to_M mllM Partly M cloudy hour. Itirougd ,...- of Its goal. "That's a great effort and I

    replaced by Dr. Samuel Martin here from North Carolina he day Low tonight 'M JO*. Hlgn Tui The commerce 2 divl lion i real selling job for the United
    Oo, mid m Nor......, M Mil wlndt
    the present provost. Dr. had Intention of staying headed Fund said the general chair.
    every la II "'II./ M hour by David Anderson, has ,
    tl Martin Is a physician. Two years ago he turned downan .CO Portly cloudy tonight" end collected $1021, or 22 per cent man "I'm elated at the re
    TuMday A low local ihowon./ Low
    Apparently the lines of ad- offer to head the medical .1515M" .... "ItIt TW1ry MN 700. ,.p of IU goal. I sponse and tremendously impressed I 1
    ministration between Martin school at the University of Lou- 511,51..5 N 5.51 wI_ 11 N 11 ,11ot
    an .hour.IP The commerce 3 division at the way Gainesvillehas
    and Harrell began to cross Isvlile. -.rllyc .IItI. fewlocol headed Jr. has taken this community responsibility -
    w1 _,.. Low tonight 'In .... by Henry Gray ,
    Dr. Harrell declined to criticize did he accept the Pennsylvania rLAM. to heart" \
    Why High TuoMiy Ml Northaaot to gait H collected $620., or 13 per cent
    the hospital administration 11 to 11 ,11eI OIl '
    offer? O Partly cloudy through THy of Its goal. .
    but hinted that he felt some decisions "It was the timing more than ."Hli local. ohowora. Low lonlgMhoar ,,,,, The University division, head-
    n. High Tuoiday' around NMorthooM
    the of
    affecting College anything else," Harrell a a id, to oil! wind/ II to M mlMan Y ed by George W. Corrick has

    Medicine are being made outside Indicating that the administrative J"hour.K .:. Portly cloutV, through T.... w "$eh collected $7884 or 27 per cent '
    1 1COLSMAN
    of his office. problems of the University day with' local' Mwworl Low tonight of Its goal. III'
    "Administration has become 70 to 71. High TuoMay .low KM North/ GAINESVILLE WEATHER
    of Florida and the red tape aait la aail .1"" Men 11 to MIWMIIII The Medical Center division,
    hl'S I increasingly burdensome here, mile M 1eur. Municipal Airport readings
    from the staze level had grown ILIIJatkMnvlllo headed by Howard E. King I ,
    he said. "At Penn State the admlnlstratlve In l frco.TSMMO.ATlia.il for 24 hours to I a.m. today:

    lines will be short more oppressive recent .... ..... n.. High 7S at 3 p.m., low 59 at 12 has collected $3408 or 34 per I

    and clean Ill be the chief ad- months Mloml Tampa ..; :::. :::: midnight No rain. cent of Its goal. ,' oar. R. A. llov Celt

    of the med He said his decision was not AtlOMO .....-.".'N 11 CIO>* KIT 1IDIS Austin pointed out three side- rum, ... U, mired mlnlltor PunorKHrvkM (
    mlnlstratlve officer .
    K Colomon will bo
    Now 0,10.,. 71 so tor v
    determined by the financial In- Soilon ....... .7 ALMANACTuoidiyHIgh lights In his report in that Ber- ,hold ot tw s.m. on W.d o.dsy. CloMr .-
    "r" 11 4:4) /.m. and I:UO.IT.
    Now Yertl. '2 national firms division has inn 55 larlng HIM t o 11111Church
    he will HAl .
    ,
    ducement, although re- ? LOW at 11 41 ry's
    .
    W..I...... ........... t7., .: ..g ... ,..... wild Rev. T. D Dovli conductlnt -
    f1r5IodSY 5:45: "
    More AboutKremlin celvi "about 50 per cent more"in coo... ...,... 1. aunrl1 __- 5 :If ''. done "an outstanding job; the tno __. Surlol will... fet 'InInoigrovo

    salary at Penn SlIte.tfarrell' K Donvor_ City..........,.,.,......... t7 It u JI .n MoonrlM Quirtor tonlgnt' ., ., ,, llUomLnt Oct.' ItPHOMININT University drive may have to lion I ot Duncan comolory..... undor Mortician. .dlroc-Rov.Colomon .,

    I base salary here Is el 1,1,51 ? 71 OJ .50 STARS run longer than the two weeks Hvod ot til ,II otn Ave
    ... ...... 0N1OaviN..50 dlod Tuowoy, OcMMrMm
    11 11/ ,
    123,000.: However supplementsfrom L.Nh, '". ..". '..... 11 II Tna VlfllLI Twins PLAN1TIJuoltor tho Moon set aside for it, because of the ol A.oe"., OonorM N o I,o l 11 o I I.

    the university's academic M *INI POIICAIT riiot icMtii'; = ., 7:II p.m: more than 5000 people it I li oCinnwll.5"I;I rlpr. onor win bo o long mlniitort Illnnt ol Active hli I
    .
    In mo III
    enrichment fund probably IAIT OULPt '.".'1, .1"" II toII a.1um.l l 1... .. .. I:4] p.m mVorwt necessary to contact; and the 1 AiuclollonIIIIN. .
    1 his between knot through' ,......,. Moitly far low In Sa,1" 4 04 a.m. MM IUIA I PunorilMrvlcol
    boosts $
    is
    salary "mile of dollars" growing.
    I ...
    From 1 tor Mrl. full' f Orton
    ,Page 000 and 130,000. The "mile of dollars" Is an I' II. will M "hold' it 1'00 >.M. on TunMy -
    Medical I Five Day Forecast OcoMr 17 It** aPlr.'1 Chrlt-
    At the Hershey taken
    Individual on by
    project
    Church 'hi L.k. lullor/ with Kov.
    lag for power could move Soviet School endowed by estate of William E. Browning. He's P. D'nco conducting Iho "..Ic...
    ,., will 'bo In M5150 twin C,..*
    policy In the future In almost Milton S. Hershey the chocolate Temperatures are to average mal lows, from (5 to 60 In the Belted 67 feet of dollar bills so-I I".n....", undtr tht direction ot Bron-
    any direction subject only to the Punorol Homo of Lttl lullor.
    manufacturer Harrell will near the seasonal norms, rangIng extreme north to the 60s else

    Vt limits of the Soviet Unlon'i begin operations probably In! from a little below normalat where. Rain will be less than $134.Austin said a group captain I MIUIAP, M*. ,MMII. L. Funorilwrvkoi

    power position. 1967 with $50 million for facilities -' the beginning of the to for 110I jomn L. MIILW,
    division
    period In the commerce 1 ... n will M "Hold' ot I. P Mon .
    S. The Communist.ruled coun- one half inch except In locally OctoMr n IM4 at ....
    on 100 acres of land. I a little above toward the end. Jim La Brec, of College Life Church WodnoMiy ol ... Noiorono 'M Hlaft.prl.

    tries of Eastern Europe have As a comparison of the scopeof Normal highs range from 7$ in heavy showers along the Immediate Insurance Co., called on 11 bus- ..., with Htv. John Inldir conducting

    been given another push toward his new job, the J. Wills Mil the north to M In the south. Nor- east coast. slnesses between Main Street Nhh 5erng.Nio oorvlcol Can.?..lurlil, under will Ms bo dl.In

    I the West by the ahakeup. This Is ler Health Center began with and 6th Street on Univer s 11 y _H..lion.... of WIIII..H".no" ,"

    evidenced by the fact that Poland $3 million on a 35 acre tract
    FSU ConferenceSet MOILIV 110I." MATTII SI LI Pu-
    Hungary Czechoslovakiaand Another top faculty memberof nrol ....".. for M,.. Motllo 5,11MiiHY.
    East Germany have In the UF medical school, Dr. fcttuarte on Women 05. mold will bo "hold' ot 4 ogp
    m. on Mondiv OctoMr M ot Priam,
    various Khru- Peter F. Regan, former chief
    ways praised ship liellit Church wltn .... 0 fWhin .
    shchev's accomplishments Instead psychiatrist resigned several And Education conducting mo ....Ie... Purl.

    of following the new months ago to take a similar ,....,,1 ..,.", _nl., whin avallabll, will bo found under Punoral, NollcM TALLAHASSEE More than will Itii bl In dlncllon Orau ol Llwn OorMyi Comotiry Punornl undor
    -
    the of Buffalo M 11III- Homo. Mri Maltlo Itll MobUy who ,
    post at University
    Kremlin line of denouncing his ....
    100 Florida women will attend livid at |jo N. w. ''h Oilnot-
    failings. This Is taken to mean JAMES MARTIN the Antioch Baptist Church. a conference at Florida State vlllo, dial, Ociobir join In A I. c h u aGonoral
    Hotaltol following o "/"' III.
    that Eastern European leadersare Other departures from the UF ARCHER James Hansome 1 Survivors Include l three MM. M,.. Mobity WM born on March
    (AS wlrssly5) University Nov. 13 sponsoredby 19 1003 'In OMrgla ... had llvod in
    medical school have been Dr.
    unwilling to reverse Khru.shchev' Martin 81, died Thursday afternoon ,daughters Mrs. Jack Harris, the University's Committeeon Ollnonlllo Iho Mil M yovi. MnMobloy .
    John Henry former director of at Gainesville ... a mombir ol Uihor loord
    a nursing Mrs. Dell
    Jernigan and Mrs.
    liberal
    relatively policies the Education .
    :: Threatens Suit Continuing of 1 ol FrUnMhlp 1 II. Cnurch lur.vlvlng
    .. Stripper toward the Eastern European clinical pathology now nerving center after a short Illness :Bill Holley all of Gainesville\ ; Women. m.mbar..1 Iho lomlly oroltooWhor /
    In the same capacity at Syracuse He lifetime Mn. Cow Anthony, City 1
    countries and that they are was a resident of three sons Tiny Shaw, Gainesville The Conference will focus attention Douglitir. Mn JoiophlM full COy

    Carol Harrison a San Franclnco stripper wheat determined to look to their national University; Dr. Paul Alachua County and was a retired -' ; Merrill Shaw, Ocala; and upon the need for con- .Illtora.... 5dw.re, 110I"1'Wllll.m"., Antnony 110I'm.. Jackoonvllll "...

    -exposure can be seen In the Republican campaign Interest as distinguished Jordan, former professor of surgery farmer. He was a member -Lloyd Shaw, Lake City; a education for M'" Arrolll ev.... It Au-
    Choke has demanded for the role. now at Baylor Universityand ot Archer tinuing women guitlno. Mra Luollo loborti. Oulncy
    "Jilm, payment rom their Communist party the Baptist brother, T. T. Cox, St. Petersburg and the mature woman's Mri Ruth WllHrlon Ootralt Mich,
    employment
    Miss Harrison whose stage name la Exotica IBid Dr. Don Christian former Church. ; a sister Mrs. Eula Dampier ond Mn. Jeanie liikhi" ol Oilnnvlllo -
    ...
    loyalties .. ,.,
    ,,jhe has told Goldwater headquarters she will sue the professor of obstetrics and gynecology Survivors Include his widow Alachua; nine grandchildren problems. ol Oalnotvlllo Honry. and ond Mini lam Anthony Anthony .

    Republican Party unless the In paid for appearing 0. ouster To a considerable of Khrushchev degreethe who went to the Duke Irs. Edna S. Martin; two I and 12 great grandchil Guest speakers will IncludeDr. ol will PI.bo Laudordalo Dotcom.ot Actlvo',_pallboaron ftl,-

    =Choice wu filmed u a documentary of alleged moral Medical School. daughters, Mary Jane and Molly Mary Dublin Keyserling, lapttat Church

    :decay of America.3DMITS __ .. ._ ___._ particularly! coming so close nuclear to Among the major differences both of Archer; six ions, dren.MRS.. E. E. GREEN director of the Women's Bureau ILION, MM OLA IILL-Punoral wry.ICM ?
    Red China's recent I
    between Dean Harrell and UF ames, Clayton and Thomas, LAKE BUTLER: Mrs. Eu. of the U.S. Labor Depart for M,.. Wilton will bo "hold' it ,
    has played Into Chi 130: om. ,......y. Octobor 17 1M, ,
    ERROR explosion ment and Dr. Esther Raushen-
    administrators, the $12 million "
    Newberry; and George Lewis,la E. Green 81, of Lake Butler ot Ml lothol. tiptlit Church 'In Mtao. III
    nese hands. It displayed dissension VA Hospital now under construction and Richard, Archer; five lifters died Saturday at a Starke bush director of the Continuing 0051, wi/h .... O.0Nel Csnduc/l.!
    ::M Gen Mark W. Clark, Ret, Soviet leaden In I Iho MrvlcM. Burial will ho 'ki Mica
    he Is "Inclined to agree"3.1th among Is believed to have Mrs. Oliver Flnley New- rest home after an extended Ill Education Program at Sarah "PI' c.10.hry Imdsr 105 dl."on 01
    rays contrast with the apparent solidarity about difference Laurence In Bronx- Duncan Iroo 'mortklom. at NW aihIt
    brought a sharp College
    Mrs. Minnie
    berry Mrs .
    ; Pitts ness.
    : Pope .Paul VI that the Mn WIIOM 1 llvod 'kt Mkonooy and
    of the leadership under of I vllle N. dIM Octobor .
    opinion. Sally Langford and Mrs. Barbara Y. JJnd. 1H4 ot AIKhu.1lwwosl
    .Benedictine> )) Abbey at Monte She was born In Bradford H_". Mn Wllnn WH i I
    Mao Tzfrtung In Peking. This Harrell said the VA Hospital Glum Tampa; and Mrs. The women Invited to the con ben 'hi Ooorgia. and had. llvod 'In pior.Ido .
    ,
    Casslno "ahoul pjot have been ,County and was a lifetime
    fur ...
    Ji1jInbed.:1 suggests that any substantial compatible Robert Bohan, Los Angeles; and realdent. of Lake Butler. She ference were selected by the a mombar many at MI.YO'.'.'....Mn. laptiit WIt. Church
    reconciliation between the So f five Jl'andc: lldren. director of the Chamber of Com In Mk_.
    The speaking the !was the widow of Joseph H.
    ::: Pope at and Red China would icine both In.. and
    vlel Union operation IDA COX SHAWMrs. merce and the presidents of the
    and
    Green member of
    consecration ab was a
    of the rebuilt I FOR
    the be on Mao's terms. architecture but Instead It will Ida Cox Shaw, U, of the First Christian Church. League of Women Voter and EXPERT

    "".lef> Saturday, said, "bombing 7. Khrushchev's successor be 30 years out of date the day rural Gainesville died Sunday Survivors Include a son, Wilbur University Women in each of TREE SURGERYCALL

    wee a "grave outrage. face a serious problem In handling It Is completed. night In Starke after a short Ill Holllster Fla.; a brother the five metropolitan areas of I
    Clark: of The ,
    now president
    ,
    relations with the so-called Harrell said the plans for the ness. Seth Roberts Pahokee the state: Jacksonville. Miami. '
    e yen
    Citadel, commanded the Sth .. I nonaligned countries of Asia VA Hospital do not prov I Ide A LaCrosse native she wall a grandchildren and four; a great Tampa, Orlando and Pensaco-i

    Army during the Italian campaign rI and Africa such countries as enough teaching space and research lifetime resident of Alachua grandchildren. la. FR 6.2661
    of World War II. He said facilities I
    Indonesia and Gainesville
    India Yugoslavia County was a member of from : I pr.siea Tile
    JAMES MILLSAPSHIGH Attending a
    he.would have had no compunc- When he attempted to get the
    and United Arab Republic. I
    the Mark W. Emmel C..I" /.edlep
    Mrs.
    SPRINGS JameiMillsaps will be
    lien about destroying a work of Khrushchev was a personal design changed I In Washington I Wash a 9snslspe

    actlf It were being used by an symbol of the Soviet policy of versity.he was called oft by the Uni! More AboutB52s Springs ,died 72,early of rural this morningat High I Car Stolen I II De"I... a Tile RdmvJTrditialanHilf

    enemy
    cultivating the nonaligned countries I C
    -" I feel this not true "The changes I had In mind his home.
    But was
    First LL Edward S. Kmkawskl and they are understandably He came here from B u r e "h- Douglas R. Combs, 2102 NE I Sarotmo.C i
    In the of Monte Casslno would not have delayed construction I C .
    case: HM
    of agitated, their confidence 16th Terr. reported to Gainesville
    U Banger Long wood Tenn., three months ,
    after of the I
    be jald. "This was proved lave his sudden departure hospital more at 6 23 Saturday '
    believed
    Island, I Is to shaken by police : p.m.
    (the ," than six months, he said. From
    war 1 ago.Survivors
    Page nil stolen from the' afsAfT
    been the navigator aboard a from power. Apparently Harrell was heard Include a daughter car was

    J downed UJ. transport la Viet b the Veterans Administration Dorothy Millsaps, Chattanooga, city parking lot on S. Main St .
    y atomic than
    Nam. him his wallop the B47s Tenn. Junior arch- The car was not locked. Keys
    Surviving are I More AboutJohnson The federal government has ; a son,
    The BS2s also fly faster and not In the Ignition. About'' j
    wife and three children since created the Veterans Administration wood Tenn; a brother Sam were

    Committee higher. Athens, Tenn; and a sis t e r, $225 to golf equipment was In I etI55aCltM 1

    MISS DINNER for the design Advisory of veterans' This. Is the first time that the Deanie Dykes Hickson, Tenn. lie car. I 1I I

    ong range B52s have been deployed
    ..Albert Lathnll, winner of the hospitals. Harrell Is a memberof I'
    overseas The other 600
    1960 Nobel hence Prize, has the committee. ,
    heavy jets are stationed In the
    l given up hope of attending a From 1 Dean Harrell said he will I
    Page United States, half of them on
    dinner In New York wherehe bring of the design features
    City many
    runway alert" and ready for Heart. :I
    was to receive an award Sheriff Dave Starr estimated of the UF medical center takeoff
    within IS
    Friends said Luthull has not 100,000 turned out to see the with him to Pennsylvania."This No additional BI2s minutes are scheduled I, In Your

    President.The .
    medical center has avery
    received a reply from the South for
    African government to his application people were orderly and functional design althoughyou overseas deployment 1 ..
    this year the Air Force said. I
    for permission to leave decidedly friendly and there never can stay ahead of
    nothing like the unruly mob But Asked the reason for sending
    advances.
    was scientific w e
    the lie had to leave
    country the 19 BS2s to Guam the
    scenes which Johnson! encountered know from the many foreign Air
    today to reach the United States I i
    Force said the Is
    "to
    Sunday in Miami. have served purpose
    In time for the dinner ot the doctors who on our i ON CRIME "There Is violence in our streets, cor-
    The President, In his Orlando staff that this school Is one of more effectively utilize the air-
    Protestant Count of the Clly of highest offices. aimlessness
    speech promised "a new the best anywhere" craft. I ruption in our amongour

    New York. charter of opportunity for older Friday at a testimonial dinner The type of BS2 stationed on : youth, anxiety among our elders. There Is virtual

    :so Van Hwag, mayor if Luthull a Negro, \has been a Americans" Florida Is a haven given to Dr. Harrell by the Guam has an effective operating 4 despair among the many who look beyond

    Saigon,' reportedly has beta bitter toe of the government'lpolley for' tens of .thousands of retired medical faculty President J. range of more than 6 000 material success for the inner meaning of their

    aatteaalcraacil ot rigid racial segrega miles with the fuel It carries In II
    picked by (he high people. Wayne Belts presented him I lives. I I

    te be premier el tion. The president offered a "char- with the university's medal for III own tanks.

    Soot Viet Nam succeeding DISTRUSTFULGermany's ter for opportunity for older distinguished service. Refueled by aerial tankers "The growing menace to personal safety to life

    Me to' Gea. Nggyea It.... Lutheran Americans." Its points includeA : Summing up his reasons for the eight-jet BS2s can extend) .'
    dean limb and property, in homes, churches playgrounds
    Story ea Page 1. Helarlca Gruebrr. there Is senior citizens volunteer caving Florida, Dr. Harrell I I their ranges by thousands of
    says and places of business particularly in our .
    within the Peace Corps the ,
    group recalled recent resignatio n miles.
    distrust In Israel of
    a growing
    the West German government md poverty program "We will of President Gordon Blackwellof Each B52 can carry a brace of great cities, is the mounting concern of every' 1 I

    JJorc About make constructive use of the State 1
    Grueber who has Just returned Florida University."Dr. the heaviest nuclear weapons In 1 thoughtful citizen.
    wisdom and energies of older Blackwell expressed his
    from a two-week viiit In the U.S. arsenal weapons ,
    Israel said chief reasons for the Americana In federal employment reasons quite well. I believe he picking explosive equivalents of "Security from domestic, violence, no less thon from
    Viet Nam and by government Influenced two
    con- said he was by
    Israeli distrust are Bonn's reluctance 2i million tons of TNT. foreign aggression, is ,the most elementary ond
    tractors. I have signed an executive part*-the pull of the new job
    to establish diplomatic this Furthermore, B52s are fitted fundamental purpose of any government".
    order to effort" and the push of the old one.
    relations with Tel Aviv and the to launch Hound Dog missile
    Increased
    social|
    From 1 security
    Page act that German experts. are benefits. These nuclear-headed missilescan ON FREEDOM "We Americans. understand free

    working In the rocket and aircraft G'ville Artists : blast ground targets more
    civilian government" more their mother dom. We have earned it, lived for it. and died for_
    Industries of the tested -An expanded housing program than 500 miles from -
    turmoil was possible. Arab Republic for older people. At Festival I bombers. it. I believe that we must look beyond the defense

    Gnu said he would continue as -Medical care through social of freedom today to its extension tomorrow."

    chief of state for only a short Prisoner security. Gainesville; artists were featured IMMEDIATE "I believe that the communism that boosts that it

    time because his health lint Johnson said there are IS million prominently In the Arts INCOME will "bury us" will instead give way to the forces of

    good It appeared likely that the Finds Liberty Americans over 14 By 1980 Festival VU Jacksonville's major Wo am ..*..*. ft* a ."lift.. freedom.

    there will be nearly IS million, cultural event of the year MM g* MOM to tale sine LAM I
    dvilian politicians would not Is Illusive aald. k) tug*** .* fed**** lend
    MW to military pressure will- ha which closed recently.The nod Ice, .......... We ass
    Liberty was brief Sunday chose Southeastern Exhibition ,... .......... ........
    v ngly. Any such defiance would morning for a city Jail prisoner Johnson as the site for of Prints and Drawings held In .. ........, ........
    usably result In another mili- this major speech in his four- ease ass ad Nt4s.. ---. You Know He's Right!
    Lucius with the .Included
    festival
    Kelly, 11, of 907 NW city Florida tour an area that conjunction _..._?. uaj.lp-g.1.
    arycoup. 7th Ave. helped awing the state tide torRidIa" the work of live University ...... I, h.ed/d5 W I.*.* ned .
    Political leaden In Hue said Kelly, who had served five ot Florida students Kenneth ......... |........ Tg tile

    bey were prepared to put days of a May sentence, fled inim Nixon against Kennedy Kenlake. who received a'I. ..... ........ _.. ....id-help

    irowds Into the streets to back the jail at 7.U a.m. cash award. Stuart Purser hT e.ld-pe'n.enl, e..leoMs.

    heir demand for complete ellmnatkm -. Police caught him 2 hours The atale margin was ..TN Robert Shelley, Steve Lob and ........ ned a ...... piss GOLDWATERFOR

    of Khanh from the government. and It minutes later, at 731 NW ...... Orange Cnunty. whose Harry Bliss. vaisa .... Ml ..... e Of*..

    ,. lib St. within two blocks of the largest city Is Or'ando, had a Gainesville: sculptor: also en- M* MMMM.* ttliO.M $"to....e..TOW.g ...'.

    Jail mart1a of 2UlS011'1 favoring bytd a feature role .In the festival "-- .....- elM .....&..
    In Nha Trang, coastal city Kelly was sentenced for driving Nixon. exhibits. J. G. Nayksr. U c....

    W miles northeast of Saigon without a license and for When Johnson made a campaign of F art professor and Ret PAKA PRESIDENT

    ificlats declared a ene-wtek reckless driving. A new charge speech here for Kennedy Craven acting director of the c... gt ......
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    .* SUda y from school In the hope escape was filed spinal lour years ago he drew an audi- university1 new art gallery P. 0. M4.II74 rVe tor W CaU.gur n

    .-f beading Wf rioting. him. enct of about l.ooo. had works ea ells'';".

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    Monday October 26. 1964 Gan..-viH. .....- Sun .i ,


    Ilf GM Agreement- Reached 19 Weekend KilledIn Cape Plans Major Projects ., ;


    DETROIT (AP) Despite immediately "and I don't think I CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) times because of technical and lutes Into orbit. Centaur which !
    ending of i 31-day national anybody else can, either" AccidentsBy I- Seven major launchings weather reasons. The Titan 2 is several months behind ached
    walkout against General Motors Industry Still Hobbled The UAW said it knew only ,including two Project Mariner booster rocket twice was re- I.ule for technical reasons, u
    I" Corp, the giant of the automak- that the 28 local unit without THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAt spacecraft ticketed for Mars are moved from Its launch pad because being developed for landing
    'I!I Ing industry was hobbled today Local-Level Strikesyear at-the-plant agreements positively least 19 persons died In :scheduled next month at Cape of hurricanes, and several unmanned Project Surveyor
    by local-level strikes that By were not going back im Florida weekend accidentswhich Kennedy. I weeks delay resulted when the scientific payloads on the moon.
    threaten! to snuff out new operation I mediately.The Included drownings, fire, Late in November, the space; rocket was damaged by light Titan 3A is forerunner of a Titan
    !. national strike was a a plane crash and traffic. agency plans to launch a nlng. 3C rocket Intended to launch
    The national contract. national J strike's ending, GM selective one. The union ordered William Garnett of Fort Walton Project Gemini capsule on a The Titan 2 Is to propel a fully a number of Air Force military
    j that question normally of when turns the company out- The UAW announced that the called back maintenance and members in GM plants selling Beach and Olan Brown Jr. final unmanned flight to qualify equipped spacecraft 2,000 miles space payloads, Including a

    more than half the nation's new national strike. was "terminated make-ready crews In the Pon- parts to Chrysler Corp and of Milton died when their light it for manned missions scheduled down the Atlantic range to manned laboratory the size of a
    to begin early next year. check all systems, and reentryand house trailerProtest.
    Ford Motor Co. to stay on the plane crashed and burned
    on
    I automobiles might get any assembly but, at the same time, said tiac Division at Pontiac, Mich, Other shots on the schedule
    But in all it idled recovery techniques.
    Job. more takeoff from airfield in
    I, lines going again was the 28 local units which had not the Buick Division at Flint, than 300.000 of GM's work force' Crestview. an are orbital development flightsof If the shot succeeds astronauts Film
    unanswered. One companysource reached at-the-plant working Mich., and the BukkOldsmobilePontiac -1 the Centaur and Titan .
    3A Virgil I. Grissom and
    of 380.000.
    Amos Cobb 67, and his two TORONTO AP) -Jewish
    guessed: "Within a couple agreements which supplement plant in Kansas rockets
    It started sons Fried, 38, and 30, pace : the Tiros 9 John W. Young are to take a :leaders and Canadian
    of days, maybe" the national contract would stay City Kan. Sept. 25, when a Tommy weather Legion
    satellite and a radiationsensing five-hour, three-orbit trip In a
    I out. deadline for new national agree died when fire raged through a i members filed protests and 23
    The United Auto Workers Louis G. Staton, GM'i vice ment was passed. A new national -four-room cottage near Nice- Explorer' scientific similar capsule early In 1963 I pickets paraded outside the
    I union announced Sunday night At the time 102 of the UAW's president for personnel and Its contract was negotiated on ville. satellite Eventually, Gemini astronauts Canadian Broadcasting Corp.
    that IS of 97 local unions reporting 130 units in GM'i empire had chief negotiator said there Oct. S, but the union authorized Jack Barfleld 21. of Hialeah The first Manner Mars are to stay in space for as longas I studios Sunday night when the
    had given "overwhelming reached local-level settlement.With would be other callbacks but be locals to stay out In support of drowned when a swamp buggy launching set for Nov 4. The two weeks to practice procedures I CBC put on a 12-mlntlte filmed
    ratification" to a new three- announcement of the ,was unable to pinpoint them at-the-plant demands. nipped Into a canal northwest of second could be fired at early for going to the moon. 1 television: Interview with George
    Miami, ai two days later, depending on Both the Centaur and Titan JA I Lincoln Rockwell commander
    Victor A. Sony, 52, of Miami how well No. 1 fares. !rockets are to loft dummy ate) c.t the American Nazi party.

    Gainesville Man Friend of Hoover I a 25-year veteran of the Coast November mark one of the
    Guard drowned in Tampa Bay rare occasions when Mars li In
    1.1 when he apparently became entangled I position to receive an unmanned I
    in anchor line. A visitor from
    an earth. The next' lIr

    Found Him Shy and UnderstandingBy I companion vey. was missing., Robert E. MescrI opportunity 19011.( will be in December lfEt

    Killed In traffic were: Each: Mariner J'II)load li to

    CARL FABRY Hoover went to Europe to set, The next time Surface worked called one time when all of the I Tenia Joan Green 2, struck by .travel about 350 million miles In Just ten ts how much
    UofF Student Journalist up the American Relief Admin- closely with Hoover was duringthe power In New York City went a car In Jacksonville. m.month Journeys to Mars. you need to pay eldbills o:.. I I ...... ,
    istration. You know U'. said! campaign of 1121 when he out Mrs Mary Griffin Granger, During :minute fly.b>'i within for home Invprevamants Raw $4:8.00A
    Bashful and shy. 24 Tina Diana, 2, and Nine Lyn 19.000 miles of the car rs$155.oo $11.00
    that President Hoover nas pooh.ably was elected President of the "I was enroute to his apartment planet, eachis pairs, for all your
    This Is how the wife I of a 26}.00SJIOO 1100 537.00 sLID l lPhone
    fed more people In the United State. at the time and he had no II. killed when their car collided to snap 20 television picturesand atonal expanst*.
    Intimate Gainesville man, who was an world than any other m a n." "I wrote a lot of his speeches lights. As I walked in he had with a train near Tallahassee. gather scientific dim. for prompt, 20.00 100.00 34 Mrqowtl
    friend of Former Pres-
    I IS Sullen The courteous service Ml**build w Edward Mack
    ident Herbert Hoover, described said Surface. although be wrote a good two battery flashlights playing Eugene launching! will be the
    him. 'Anyway, while at the Hotel I many of them himself. I was on him while he continued hiswark.MsdIda'twaataany 1.. and Charlie Dixon, 19 most difficult attempted by LOANS %I' TO $.00 -:.
    Creon in Paris after my tint then appointed assistant direc- :killed when their car went out of unmanned U.S spacecraft JackN.
    Dr. Frank M. Surface, 730 breakfast there one of Herbert tor of the Bureau of Foreignand time." I control at an Orlando Intersection. James, Mariner project A
    Blvd., first met Herbert Hoover Hoover's aides came up to me Domestic Commerce," be I I According to Surface, Hoov manager for the Space ARcncy's rlmlllJlFlNANCI
    in Paris in 1917. while he and said the chief wants to added. er's philosophy was to keep Tom Max Garland, 31, of Melbourne Jet Propulsion Laboratory says
    was working with the statistical I see you.' He said be needed me "When' he wu defeated by busy."I. in a one car accident there Is a better than M percent
    department of the Food Administration When I arrived at his hotel Roosevelt in U32, I knew that near Melbourne. chance that at least one of SIRVICE, INC.
    Hoover said, 'I've got a real my job had been by presidential In had to have an operation Raymond H. Evitt, 58, of JiggsI the craft will succeed .f Oailnasvlllsj
    job for you," related Surface. appointment and that I 1990 ki a New York Hospital. I Landing, killed when his car ran The unmanned Gemini flight 204 S. E. First Street ... .. ,FR 6-4681
    "After Mr.
    the Armistic The former President heard road Bradenton. has been ._ ..
    off a near delayed numerous --- -
    probably wouldn't be around ._
    Hoover at that time was the that I was under the weather
    AAUP to Discuss Secretary of Commerce."He much longer, so I resigned and and sent me a note saying, 'youhaven't Thomas Lettellier 13, of St.
    with Petersburg killed when a car
    got a Job Standard Oil
    then put me in charge of ,Company of New Jersey time to be sick "get out! struck his bicycle. j I I Tile AdamsCONSOLE
    and
    AdministrationInnovations the statistical division of the get back to work! William Fulton 14, of Largo, USED OILHEATERS
    American Relief Administration "There wasn't much he could Mrs. Surface passed 0 n en killed at Madeira Beach Inter I Big room tuning
    for one year," he added. do, he did what be could. He amusing story of President and section. pIdcrwance do a
    was eritixed much: but I don'tthink Mrs. HOover'. dating.
    "Mr. Hoover, after the war, that anyone could have "When she was a girl she Michael Brlnkman II, of Madeira I COM"ACTCA..NETI
    h Innovations In university administration bought out the Washing ton done any better had they beenin was in a sorority and aha went Beach, killed when his tj i4r
    will be the topic of Herald and wanted me to help office during his term. We out with him. The next morning motorcycle and a car collided In $19.95TO
    the meeting of the University him make a national paper out always were close and I know her sorority sisters told her to Madeira Beach. ,
    of Florida Chapter of th e of K. I wrote a lot of syndicated that he felt badly because people stop dating Hoover because a TO
    American Association of University articles about economics and blamed him for the depres, boy who had to sweep sidewalksIn Gainesville Sun
    Professors Tuesday at S current matters, it was a wide sion. order to eat, couldn't be a r
    p,m. In the College of Law Au- ly-published paper," said Surface good boy. She wu Instructed $39.95
    "He
    was never sore he realized Mlilhed vmlnai tuctptSoturdoy
    ditorium. not to date him So
    any more. end Sunday mom I
    that it was a world wide
    Prof. Cecil N. Smith, chapter 'As' Secretary of Commercehe catastrophe and went the next Saturday n I II h t she (not by rtw Golnnvlll Publlrfilno .114
    I' president, has extended an Invitation -), Used to call whenever any finishing his work right writing on 'packed her bags and moved out I 2nd I I Ploct.Compony Golntivlllt.or 101'Il.. TV i
    to all University of problems came up that I could books about the food problem" of the sorority before going on and intend 01 itcnnd cloumrMr TOOTHBRUSH
    Florida faculty members to attend help him with. One thing that he Idded. another date with him. I at tilt Pat. Office atGaintivilla. %J" NX TUII .
    / Florida.CIIICUUTIOM
    i the meeting. I admired about him was, he "He was very embarrassed HAND WIRED
    Mr. and Mrs. Surface have and shy In the $10 51 J
    of
    Four faculty members will would caD me into his office to presence SATES IT t
    lived In Gainesville mom than!. ladles. Why even whenever he CAMIIft 0* MAILI POWER -
    give brief talks on various aspects -|I suggest a way to do somethingand WMk .45 .
    ten during the winters. would see me approach his face TRANSFORMER
    years
    >
    of the major topt The If my factual information i 1M... SI.IS
    They have a summer cottage In would flush and ha would turn
    will be Professors didn't support his theory, he ALL WOOD
    speakers All moll lubicrlptlont mud G. E. STEAM
    Salt Alra, Fire Island I New red. Ha would have to work at I
    Gladys Krammerer, Fletcher would set out a new tack b* paid In advance. CAIINET
    I York. it to get any length of a conversation Member of Audit Surtau of f
    Baldwin, Fred Hartmann and "He didn't set his mind to dosomething Surface received $11871 .
    his PhD In with a woman. she 1 Oreulorion.AN 1 YR. GUARANTEE
    Manning Dauer. A discus- if it wasn't supported Marketing from the University recalled."H. MMrl MM'ln* rttnto tI I 1 1
    sion period will follow their ... "-i.wiy r .... e.H" ON ALL PARTS IRON
    factually; he wouldn't quit of Pennsylvania. wasn't much on s m a 11 ruCISMs C lop tile
    presentations. though, he merely worked out In reminiscing about former talk," she said./ "He was a great Ii) a.e.ScitS Mrct.y wrMer"::. wierA w' III pot/ I I....."h.Me a EebtafwIsmisw ,
    Professor Kammerer will talk new plans," said Surface. President Hoover Surface re man." I, :,lees Mr0.aC M a.. ,,,,: I II I 5T. FREE DELIVERY
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    on the proposed Board of Re- I $189! \
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    1 J 1 will Hartmann's be the subject presents-of Professor A'g'I1 : i 4

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    CONSCIENCE MAULDINHAYM -
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    ( inn OF [ THE BUSSES LANDED A MAN ON TUB MOONcondemn I VIEWPOINT. '



    t I.t! + THE i fi How Certain

    JOHN ...
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    if, N t'ti'.Il.h.rPA' ? COWLIt Viet ,..... a 1
    I Florida' Beautiful T *I l "a 10 JOMMION Vln PrttMMtM4 SOUTH The Vote?
    M y l.M llv. |.ttr| W. O. (SHUIIMOLK. tyr
    of University City t'ry'' ', Vice PrwMMf, ... Mwrtlltot f
    t Olnclw 101 TAITAOLJONI, By DAVID LAWRENCE .
    Vice ,,.,..., M4 Clrcvlimn) Minmw. By RALPH McGILL f
    t ..11I_ ..... ........ ...__ WASHINGTON Many people today, In
    talking
    Ol lk. --. : THE SUN'S POLICY p themselves about the probable outcome of the election, take
    It for granted that the electorate already,has made Its
    1 14 Report the news fully And mportlolly in tft. news columns I'Is mind up
    Miss.Cries how
    to vote. But is the election going to be
    decisive
    2. Cxprus th, opinions of 1M,Sun In-but only In editorials.! as
    as the public-opinion polls make it to be?
    !. Publish,, ell sides of Important controvtrital Issues.A appear
    An analysis of the figures thus far produced shows a

    A The'Sun's telephones: All departments 3781411 i t w ,Ori / 'wide marlin for President Johnson. But If only one out of
    : every ten voters who lean toward the Democratic presiden
    I, tial nominee were to change by election day, a majority
    t of the popular vote could be recorded for the Republican

    Vote 'Yes' on Amendment No. 2I Crawfish nominee.

    .. t 1 fallsr assts MOST OF THE polls, for instance add up to a (0 per
    I In this Presidential election year' parent. With only one member out That the scornful epithet ol 'sy4 t151 blIIUL cent vote for President Johnson and a 40 per cent vote for

    *' voters must not forget that there of the nine being appointed each "crawfish" should have Senator Goldwater. If approximately the same number of
    been
    are be settled the persons who voted in 1960 go to the voting booths this year-
    other issues to at ,, year, there is a guaranteed hold-over applied to Senator
    Goldwater namely, 70 million- this would mean 42 million votes for
    November 8 election. We refer par- from one political administration to by Governor Paul Johnson of the Democrats and 2S million votes for the Republicans.

    ticularly to Proposition No. 2 which the next. There can be no "packing"of Mississippi Is sn example of But It isn't necessary for the Republicans to get 14 millionmore

    provides for a reorganization of the the Board for political reasons, poetic justice, or'of somewhat votes, to overcome the margin. If only half that num-
    governing ,authority for Florida's and a continuity of policy I is made forlorn chickens coming w ber seven million, or ten per cent of all the voters-
    universities. of home to roost. If one adds to shifted from the Democratic. side, it would result In a total
    possible by continuity personnel.Also
    that the further crltictm by get 1 col Lawrence col
    the increased size of the Board Governor John
    Much criticism has been leveled at makes for broader representationand Louisiana that the McKeithen Republican of of approximately 35 million

    the Board of Control because of' a pooling of richer resources in nominee hurt himself badly THE WORLD'S FOREMOST: NEWS for each candidate.
    ANALYST
    vacillating policies and its apparent guiding the fortunes of the universi! by a lack of forthrightness The public opinion polls
    susceptibility to political pressures. ties. when hs spoke in that state, that divide on a basis of
    Thi criticism should really be aimedat the conclusion has further M per cent for the Democratsand II
    support. 40 per cent for the Republicans ,
    the system rather than the personnel Florida has developed a blueprint Failing the 1st Duty customarily assume

    of the Board. By and large.Board for educational leadership. It has THE SENATOR'S friends thst the "undecided" vote

    members have made a real shown vision in institutional planning have claimed that whateverhis will divide ss do the rest of

    effort, according to their, 'lights," and, with respect to junior colleges failings, he posessei political item fork vTimrfl extravagant public excitement But people who have had to indicated the voters who have definitely
    candor. their choice. But
    to serve the state >well under the in particular it has establisheda record does not Unhappily sustain these, the By JAMES RESTON the blemishes on the deal with the realities of serving Is not merely the "undecided"it

    limitations of a system of administration pattern that is the envy of the na assertions. Senator Goldwater WASHINGTONThere face to of the nation are made parenta and raising children group estimated at from
    appear urgent and fatal, know a deal about
    great
    are at least three
    that Is outmoded system tion. But the McDonald report spotted toured the South as a sturdy about this election.consolations It w III and when these apocalyptichell the difference[ between the eight to ten per cent, or from ,

    that was severely criticized in the the Achilles heel. It is the clumsy states rights man, as the one soon be over. It hasn't really visions are flashed upon dreams and actualities of life. five to seven million voters
    who have
    to
    leader who make
    Republican had yet
    McDonald report made at Governor machinery of control and administration voted against civil rights, as ,fooled, too many people. And the television screen and summarized This has been Goldwater's their minds. Changes could up

    Bryant's direction two years ago. -machinery that is "susceptible a fierce critic of the U. S. things are not really as bad in scare headlines, primary problem In this campaign occur, too, among those who
    to political pressures" and Incapableof Supreme Court. Wherever he as the candidates have made the whole picture seems more His difficulty Is not, ss previously expressed a definite

    As a result of this vigorous Indictment long-term stability.So went, the Confederate flag them sound. ominous than reality. most of his detractors assert preference one way or "M
    was unfurled above him and Elections aimost always that he has been too cruel or the' other.
    the Florida Legislature'passed the bands shrilled "Dixie." emphasize the worst. They ACTUALLY, the situationfor indifferent but that he has
    a "reorganization bill," with on November 8, vote "Yes" on The Senator could not exaggerate everything. Including America is not really so been too idealistic or too na IT COULD TURN out that
    the' advice and approval of the State Proposition 2. The Board-of-Regents manage the Southern idiom quite, the national weakness dark. Troubled as we are, the ive. He has assumed that the the surveys will be proved I

    Cabinet and Department of Educa- plan I is operating successfully in but he tried hard, and for a for overstatement, and in the Communists are In even deeper South would be generous to accurate forecasts but there Is ,.
    trouble. Divided as we are, the Negro, and that the Com- enough uncertainty In the .
    distort what
    time he process they
    convinced they
    tion, which provides for a ninemember other states and is adding strengthand them. I
    are supposed to clarify. In the Alliance, the Communist munist world would submit to poll themselves to warrant a 1
    Board of Regents to replace .the vigor to higher education. Florida But now a saddened Gov. Thus, it is not enough for world Is even more di the threats of violence, that gurus the other way. Thus,
    Board of Control, the appointments is committed to a comprehensive Johnson, who has pledged his the Democrats to say that vided. Confused ss we are on management would I agree In the 1941 uampaign various

    to be so staggered that only onemember' program of higher education of state to the Senator, declaresthe Barry Goldwater Is a pleasant 'moral and political questions, with labor without the pressure polls showed In early October IIJ

    term expires each year. which it can well bs proud but to GOP nominee has craw. well meaning, but rather It Is still not easy for polltl- of the federal government a 19 per cent preference for
    fished badly on civil rights shallow and archaic man clans to put over their outrageous all this when most Dowry r d "I 1 per cent for
    This 'bill,'' however, is in the form keep that commitment faithfully will and that his following in the whose views would split the exaggerations. people know that life Is not TniT-, but the! latter won.

    of a proposed amendment that must require'constant vigilance, continuity Magnolia State is disillusion. country and the Alliance.I Fortunately, the American precisely so simple. There rcn b.. a substantial

    be approved by the people before it of policy, and a system of ad. ed. Gov. McKeithen, also a Somehow they feel that they people are not either depraved sh.ft it (He frill: days, and .
    can become effective.", ministration divorced from political states righter, has declaredhe must also Imply that he Is the or stupid, and Democratic THE AMERICAN people that's why pel't t8l managers ?
    too, Is chagrined by the reincarnation of Hitler and Inflammation is a self limiting have really been more aen l. keep up their campaign bat j
    The advantage of the plan"re ape control. .
    discovery of the Senator's hell. bent for war. disease. They live In a ,ble In this campaign than tles to the \' ry last minute. ji
    lack of candor speaking in world of bombastic advertising either of the candidates. They Som epolling experts have

    | n j | 'Political Louisiana. LIKEWISE, it Is not sufticieot !. of verbal violence and the have been disturbed by the said that '20 per cent of the
    Discourtesy restless optic noise of voters which could
    for ..the ,Republicans! to neon Bobby Baker case and hv the mean
    f -THOSE-----! WEAKENED- !Democrats ; Lyndon Johnson ss a signs, of tall stories and advertising ,Walter Jenkins selutthey; ) at least 14 million this time j
    A youth was arrested at Phoenix also to those who have gathered to somehow managed to political opportunist with very jingles so In the have also been disturbed by are usually undecided until

    when the Goldwater ,sign he was hear the speaker. They oan incite obtain a large supply of Senator little demonstrated knowledge end they are immunized and Goldwater's policies about the last weeks of the cam

    waving struck the hat of President disorder and violence. Goldwater's literature of world affairs. They must skeptics), especially about leaving the Negro to the paign.
    Johnson. A couple of detectives which was being held for late also attribute to him every politicians. states and his risky policies Sometimes a latent Issue
    delivery in key cities !In the vicious habit In the annals of Also the'American' peopleare toward communism. has Its effect. This certainly
    thought the youth attempted to The hot-tempered British ministerof North and in Washington, D.C. political corruption. busy. They 'are so preoccupied "The moral fiber of the happened in 19S when the

    strike the President. The report of science, Quintln Hogg, mad. an These pamphlets, which Under this system, misdemeanors with earning aa American people" says Gold- British and French started a

    another officer, that the poster stick appropriate comment at a recent political would have been distributedtwo are transformed Immediately honest living and trying b water, "Is beset by rot and war scare over Suez. A fear
    accidentally hit ,the President's hat rally in Birmingham when he or three days before the on the hustings Into make their kids better than decay." Maybe so. But If that the youngsters would be
    election, have been broadcast felonies reverses in Viet themselves that they have they were lost In depravity, as drafted again for a big conflict -
    during tussle the is shouted down hecklers
    a over sign was by noisy
    : throughout the South.",They Nam Into imminent disaster little time to speculate on the he suggests. ,. presumably overseas swept this coun-
    equally or more credible. "You are making too much noise, you have caused Southern segregationists for the whole of Southeast glories of Lyndon Johnson's there would be no point In try in the week before the

    silly asses. You have,come to deny to revile the Senator Asia, public school inter- Crest Society or Barry Gold- appealing to their better Instincts. election. The Incumbent administration .
    This incident however, points, up me free speech"Calling as a crswflsher and s deceiver gration Into miscegenation water's "Noble Yeoman." benefited by the I
    the dangers in the tactics of some and hypocrite. While juvenile delinquency into total -, The nation Is coming to the switch In votes. In the present 1
    the Senator was singing "Dix- depavlty and decadence. BARRY MAY entice campaign, the Jenkins i
    some end of the election
    partisans who show up at paradesand hecklers "silly asses" is ie" the pamphlets were We be 'los campaign scandal of last week Is -
    say always seem to of the very young and the. In an unhappy mood. It Is not supposed )
    rallies of the presidential candidate not an adequate remedy for extreme ing he was one of the original In." something every f 0 u r very old with his ideologies! enthusiastic about Johnson, to have affected many I

    whom they oppose. They engage actions by partisans in a political supporters of the NAACPIn years Some country or continent visions of the ideal world. In but It Is clearly not convinced voters particularly women. ,
    Arizona, that he was a usually to the Com which hard work IndividualIty But there are no ways of
    In heckling, booing picketing, campaign. We do not know of any by Goldwater. The first
    jeering and frantic sign waving. remedy, when the actions are lawful card carrying member, and munlsts. John Kennedy ran and courage would restore duty of a leader Is to find measuring Just what it is that II
    that he thought Integra t d causes a voter either to shift
    e on what he called "lost protige purpose and encourage religion and express the things that
    .. education to be wise and ." or to mike s definite choice
    prop I Barry Goldwater Is running establish personal! responsibility unify the nation, that
    t are
    The ''demonstrators maintain that ere on what he perceives to restore full em- practical and manageable, in the final stretch of the race. 'i

    what they are doing lealand that' But it would help if Democraticand What all this does to the be our lost honor and twisted ployment, and stamp out com- and this I Is what the Repub- One of the little understood ,I i

    they are just engaging, in the rightof Republican organizations and publicized Image of the Senator character. munism and 'all our other lican candidate has clearly factors In appraising the ,
    Thus, by this.same habit of enemies. public opinion polls Is that
    of candor failed to do. //1
    freedom of speech and freedomof Republicans and Democrats recognized as s man who ,none of them makes a state- ,
    expression. Whether legal or not, that an affair.'sponsored by the does not stoop to bargaining I, ---- oy-state canvass. They are usually ;
    for votes'Is for
    the election
    these activities deserve no encourage* rival party is not an appropriate occasion and the makers of such done by region, which

    neat They are extremely discourteous for expressing their. own agands to explain. Meanwhile prop, Voice of the PeopleOn I Isn't takes the too same much thing time and at .11. It t

    not only to the speaker but views.POTOMAC despite defections the Sena I I I to do stato-by-ttate" polling money .
    tor's Southern support remains and
    certainly could not be
    ,
    substantial. II
    He cannot I
    I easily accomplished In the
    FEVERBY The Sun's
    lose Alabama, for example, Opinion Page last two weeks of a campaign,
    for the .
    I simple reason that
    JACK WILSON Cowlos Washington Bureau in that state Gov. Wallace 0M M o4 .......... .f $- M.4w* .rs wik- to KM V.. tt tW PM>.. ....... Unjii u there has to be extensive
    and his committee will not allow w'I..i..M4 .* .... Ww'ritw'l .' 4"... ...... will .. w""IMlellf4.. At ...... .....1eI Interviewing among sample I
    The war on poverty gets under way with the President swearing in Sargent the Johnson ... .se..e 500 weeds ... ..... be wrNs.a so ell" ... 114. .f she ..... ,..." ...... .. .... TIlt blocs or groups in different
    .
    Humphrey s.. __ MM ..M M mist Mf. .
    ov s h ehusea It, with... ......1.. she wrl,."'s .n.Mq. ee parts of a state.
    > Shrfver. It's just like any other war-it's the sarge who really runs it. electors to have a place on ....... '
    the ballot The Democratic IT IS EASY enough to assume

    -- committee In Mississippi has Gross tErrors'In achieving socialism In AmenIca Stormer a moral miD or a that the voters In metropolitan I

    Democrat demanded equal time to answer Liars TV talk::They claimed that pledged itself to Sen. Gold-. ." Stormer's citation Is bar?" and Brooklyn areas like for New York

    If Justice prevailed Goldwater could g. on the air and announce that President water.the It could hardly Imitate \ 'Treason1EDITOR Congressional Record, February On page 2* Stormer writes, will vote normally and example furnisha
    crawfishing they
    Johnson had been deposed. accuse the Senator of doing.now ,.. -P.', '* 181. "In actual conduct of the war, huge majority to the Dem-

    There is now s remote possibility Sun: I would like Schhstafar has never outlined military decisions were made. ocratic ticket and thai other I
    l' : that by November 3, to answer Mrs. Margaret VI- such a'plan and 111 not according to the tactical communities win do tbt
    Barry is making progress in the South. They like his slogan: "In your heart the electors may decide to cia!'. request (Voice of the says "The' socialist page stale Is seeds of the day, but for the same. But there to Just as
    you know,he's white." cast their ballots for some People, October II) for sped- thus worse than the capitalist long range political ad v a stags much basis for guessing that I
    t fics about her favorite dirty of the Communist con- a shift la
    -- third person. Mississippi did state because It la more inclusive voting this time will
    V book John Stormer's "None spiracy. Stormer's citationof
    ,
    so in 1960.MUCH In its coverage and occur because of emotional
    i: The White House still Is not sure who la the top man in that Russian duet It Dare Call It Treason" and its more unlimited In Its "Roosevelt and HopU 01," Issues.
    \, should be easy to find oat-Just can up on the hot line and, see who answers. Or THE South Is so called "documentation." Organization corrupts,power.total Sherwood p. ... There Is m The Democrats concede the ,

    ",' still rural It Is there that one Sample ilea usually is .the, orgaaizatiM corrupts total I y.' mention of such a happening exitence of a protest vote, "
    -- finds most of tile fear retent- form of citations of nonexlit- ,The socialist state Justif I 1.s on page MS, but on page Ml but minimize its sue. !key
    President Johnson says the I issue Is whose thumb shall be on the button. sent and lack of information ing statements or exactly the itself on the ground that the then is c rather loig paragraph could, of count, be proved
    Goldwater says it's whose thumb Is on the country. These boys talk like a about the real facts of the opposite of what Is s t a it d, concentration of power I Is stating exactly the opJIOI'te right But the fact remains I
    ..
    couple of hitch hikers. civil rights liw. Beginningwith are to be found on pages 22. necessary to do good; but It that host polls which have
    the primary campaignsby :It, M, IN, 170 and 211. Mind haa never solved tilt problem On page SI he quotes Edith been confined solely to "civil
    -- Gov. Wallace of Alabama you these are Just pages con of how you Insure that power Roosevelt and she never said rights" Issues to recent weeks

    I Khrushchev should fed very flattered at the way Uilags. turned out. The who withdrew after Sen. Gold- taming out and out lies. bestowed to do food will not any such thing His citation show a substantial majority f
    1 Kremlin deckled It would take two guys lo make that auay mistakes. water's nomination, the stales A listing of all factual errors be employed to do harm especially does not exist Many of his protest on specific phases of I '
    ; 'tkI' 0: the cotton South have been distortions and misinterpret a- when you remove ill citations art found to be figments the problem. In Britain's election \
    subjected to. planned program lions would run Into the hundreds obstacles to its exercise." And of his ImaIJDl tioa. the race Issue provided a

    Nixon promises] farmers that GoUwsler would eonlbiM. the price support of fear and misrepre But I am not callingMr. on pap A K2, of the Congressional I could go on and OB, but big surprise In certain districts.
    program Of course. Nobody ever said he woulda.t-eace Barry. sentation. The civil rights act Stormer Just a s h s bby Record Mr. Schl- it is really up to you to do abit .
    I' hi) been exaggerated and fal- scholar I am calling him an stager says,'"Tse snort varfrttitt investigating, younel f, So at this stage of the game
    sified. Klan and hate groups old fashion liar who la doing of eon r. the bettor; Mrs. VUal. if you want to boa it can be contended that me"undecided" ,
    have been well financed The our country a great harm, so responsible eitaw. Read or sdeet vote
    liberty frtsa
    radio gels mere sirand I
    A Tokyo demonstrates a receiver that prints
    a daily
    newspaper paper I shall suck to Illastra-' I the baa sot yet been measured
    ares has been deluged with some rtprtot from the Brad-
    sosHs*. tine tilt
    right in your home-thus solving the problem of how much do you tip the delivery htsrstfces >

    That's
    exactly if
    literature of fear and hate. live whoppers. IOn of a dfrenflss fart Cowry Telegraph on the sky one I
    boy. p t ijpLBJ Despite all this commonsense page Its and 171 Stars.* UMn ttressjl lilt elooo.w.d ....... pen of Gainesville out of ten vales srtorto .....-

    ,-- and truth are gaining. er writes "ThIS becomes bit grip at esloctMsni The .., September<< A 1M4 tag toward : Democratfc -'
    Bread and butter Issues slows sharp) clear in .It .-Vi 10 by recipe for retaining liberty where some of the most suit their minds, I
    bMl
    .Is happy abet Lady BWs reception la Dixie. He figures that if he toes art coming to the fort. Arthur t-Ht'iRff ....l tIlliuUoa but glaring mistakes art set at RtpuMesss could writ
    his ) \ maybe the new .srisantistntio. -. *: will at least appoint net a.shsu.safe to There will act be a solid *:c:.!.! ,r *i..ift| Kennedy, dlm through" m I 4. fcrta. Read Prof.... Potter's Hence Perk sides would be
    D"'I0-'" 1 South for CoUwater. which set forth the plan for Now, I ask "Is weD advised Is keep es workI. I
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    I Iii Take 'Grains of Salt' .With Passionate Paperbacks j ,;



    7/I Editor' Note: The following Is taken from all article men and measures were not fairly dealt with in many newspapers President Kennedy Dean Rusk, W. W. Rostow, Harlan viewer largely agrees. Averell. Harriman, according to Stor. .

    "Holding LBJ Up by the Ears," diseasing! four widely- or by the television commentators. Here at last, the Cleveland, McGeorge Bundy, George Ball, Pierre Salinger, mer, Is a "longtime Soviet apologist"! By implication, he
    I read political paperbacks: "A Texas Looks at Lyodoa Johaaon" enthusiasts for these tracts are convinced, one encountersin Arthur Schlesinger Jr. % tars John Foster Dulles with the same brush.
    I I print the inside dope.In "The ADA runs the show," says Kluckhohn; and certainly As one would expect from his experience, Kluckhohn Is
    by J. Evetti Haley; "Lyndon' Legacy" by Frank L. part, this claim Is justified. The principal theses of the Influence of some of these liberals upon President more prudent and precise In his strong criticisms of members -
    Kluckbohn; "None Dare Call It Treason" by John A. Star.mer these four polemicists are difficult to deny. Mrs. Schlafly, Johnson has been greater than one would have expected. of the Democratic administrations. It seems somewhat
    ; and "A Choice Not an Echo" by Phyllis Schlafly. The president of the Illinois Federation of Republican Women, from Mr. Johnson's previous associations. beside the point, nevertheless, to drub Arthur Schlesinger
    I reviewer It a well known conservative writer. argues that since 1938 the Republican presidential nominees These four theses are, in essence, the case of the Repub- Jr. so zealously for Schlesinger defintely Is no privy counselorto
    have been chosen, in effect, by a small circle of "kingmak lican party and of many southern Democratsagainst President Johnson (though Kluckhohn suggests, almost wist-
    I By RUSSELL KIRK ers" centering in New York. This Is historically true, whether the Kennedy and Johnson administrations Also, however, fully, that he still might be); and besides In the witty
    Condensed from the Book Week section of the WaahlagtoiPost. or not one disapproves of the tact so far as the Schlafly and Stormer books are concerned, phrase of Dr. Harry Gideonse, "Schlesinger Is a member of
    Stormer, chairman of the Missouri Federation of Young they are the case of the "conservative" Republicans againstthe the extreme right wlng-of Americans for Democratic Action -
    Political tracts for the times, these are four such little Republicans, Is concerned passionately with the growth of "liberal" Republicans. And they are expressed with ."
    books as appear In national-election years, interesting some communism throughout the world and American blunders in fiercer passion and often with less accuracy than the Three of these little books are published by obscure presses .
    months later only to the historian. Their significance is this. resisting ideological power. Republican National Committee say, would put the case.. perhaps set up expressly to circulate these opinions.
    j They are the product of the "right" so far as the terms Though he casts his net wide, extending even to "mental That virtually unknown pamphleteers, almost totally lacking
    "left" and'"right" may be applied Intelligently to American health" and the charitable foundations, In essence he says THEY APPEAL primarily to the conservatively Inclined the usual apparatus of'publishing, can become overnight
    politics and they are exerting some immediate prac- that the international Communist movement has made large citizen who has only begun to take an active part In pray movers and shakers of American politics -well, this phenomenon -
    tical Influence gains, while the efforts of the United States to protect the tical politics, and to whom some of this mass of fact and suggests how we may be witnessing a fundamental
    These four "conservative" pamphlets have enjoyed an national interest and the cause of civilization often have opinion comes as a suJ' rlse. Even though these writers say realignment of parties and factions.
    I Immense distribution. Though reviewed almost nowhere, been curiously Ineffectual in light of our great material much that deserves serious discussion and thrust forward Frank and fervent discussion can be all to the good-especially
    these paperbacks crowd the racks at airports and corner strength. some hard truths, one hopes that their tremendous audience in the realm of foreign policy, long obscured by confused -
    drugstores. Being talked about is what sells books, and will drop among the pages some grains of salt. notions of "bipartisanship" It does not sink Into
    these four provoke discussion. HALEY, A RANCHER and once a Texan gubernatorial However effective such wrathful manifestos may be on the reckless abuse. The political pamphlet, Its old place long
    Crowded with names, facts, and documentatlon-ao much candidate, writes that President Johnson Is a very hard- eve of an election, in the long run there occurs a reaction pre-empted by newspapers, magazines, radio and television,
    of this that even a reviewer familiar with the field some- bitten politician, more Interested in success than In princI- against intemperance and inaccuracy.A may move mountains once more.
    times loses the thread of the argument .- these books ple, who has contrived to amass a great fortune while senator reviewer can offer only a few Instances of the lengths 1
    scarcely seem calculated to move the great American pub- and vice president. His book did much to stir up the re- to which enthusiasm and rage carry these pamphleteers.
    lic. Yet their impact Is being felt. cent discussion In newspapers and popular magazines con- Mrs. Schlafly, refers for example, to financiers "who I
    cerning the size and origins of the Johnson wealth. He clear- favor a continuation of the Roosevelt Harry Dexter White-I WHO WILL WIN!
    HOW DOES one account for their success Chiefly, I suppose ly possesses much inside knowledge of the grim labyrinthof Averell Harriman Dean Acheson Dean Rusk policy of
    by the fact that the public is genuinely Interested in Texas politics though he cannot prove some of his as- aiding and abetting Red Russia and her satellites! I
    I ,their themes and that the dominant media of opinion, sertions, candidly giving rumor as their source. Really, now! Not only is this false (except for White),
    The whole nation will win
    from daily newspapers to "middlebrow" monthlies, have Kluckhohn, who has fairly Important posts in the federal but it discredits and defeats Mrs. Schlafly's own object of I
    failed or disdained to examine closely many of the subjects government and his been a foreign and a Washington cor putting the case for Sen. Goldwater. I
    discussed In these pamphlets.: respondent of considerable repute has smitten the Democrats Haley presents a most lively and shocking account of the if you
    Republicans for the authors of these tracts are unabashedly = hip and thigh in a whole series of paperbacks. This Billie Sol Estes mess, but his endeavor to connect President .'
    l partisan of various factions have felt, since the latest tract Is primarily an assault upon the Cabinet memo Johnson with this corruption Is tenuous, and would be actionable
    I triumph of John F. Kennedy if not longer, that Republican bers and advisers whom President Johnson Inherited from for libel If the President of the United States or VOTE DEMOCRATIC!
    his wife, ever went to court'
    I';
    - HALEY'S ONLY disconcerting evidence In the matter Is
    that the remnants of the Eaten empire were bought for alOng Give everyone a chance for on honest
    III Voice of People on Politics by Morris Jaffe, friend and backer of Mr Johnson. living, an honorable job, and a
    Though Stormer would like to call It "treason," he boggles decent future.
    at Insisting upon that extreme. Immensely read in official
    (Continued from Page 4) controversial Issue that I do State Convention in 1957: I for one w.nt' go on record documents and other sources though he Is, some ':
    ( letter in Voice of the People, not feel qualified on taking a "Because Joe McCarthy liv- as supporting any and ev times Stormer cites as authorities certain newsletters of dubious ELECT PRESIDENTJOHNSON .
    Gainesville Sun,' Octo b e r 18, stand. ed, we are a safer freer, ery device which can be de- veracity; and he'' recommends some serious books
    1964 where he carefully shows The Mr. or Mrs. "Protest more vigilant nation today. veloped to insure honesty and cheek by jowl with productions of ignorance and preJudice
    how incredibly ill Informed ant" is dead wrong about one This fact, even though, he no lessen corruption hi government :
    J and dishonest Mr. Stormer Is thing and I do mean wrong- longer dwells among us will but I don't believe this IN PART BECAUSE 'to attempts to discuss everythingthat
    when he writes about John wrong-wrong. He stated that never perish. And I know you Is a partisan Issue. If memory has happened for a decade, he falls Into inaccuracies,
    Dewey. Go to your library Christian Scientists use the will join with me in thanking serves me, Republicans can even In his rather confused discussion of the Katanga struggle (c',. AA,._Mid, c*. Dtnw Cwi*. CimmlttM _,

    ; and read the Congressio n a 1 "Science and Health" for God that while Joe lived he succumb to the temptation to _- _an analysis, generally speaking with which this .re-
    1 I Record, Appendix Pages A their Bible. That is wrong. made a contribution to his make a fast buck about as I M'
    4650 53 where you will find Christian Scientists use as countrymen ." '. easily as Democrats can.
    I I a refutation of this man's their supreme guide The Mayor McKinney and gub- There are far more Important ENJOY THE FOOTBALL GAMES AND YOUR
    unpatriotic work by a c o m- Holy Bible. The "Science and ernatorial nominee Burns at- Issues upon which our ,I
    mittte headed by Eisenhow Health" is an Interpretationof test to the fact thai we live choice should be made such '

    er's man Dr. Larson and several the Bible just as ministersare In a suspect community, .swhich: ticket offers a FAVORITE PROGRAMS AT THEIR BEST
    other distinguished Re- Interpreters In their respective where alien Ideas threaten. sounder nuclear policy Which
    publicans. And then reread churches.I Barry Goldwater's election better Insures social security?
    "None Dare Call it Treason," am not a Christian ScIentist to
    will give us courage to purge Which offers more promise r
    with an intelligent, open mind. but attended their Sun- the community of those alien meet the needs of higher education .
    It is a slap in the face to day School from the age of Ideas. ? Which can better cooperate

    the noble Republican Party 12 to used 21.the During Bible.these ThereIs yearswe We must join Sen. Goldwater with our Allies in this I / 1VIN 1 'I1.
    :
    that the Citizens for Goldwater Holy period of changing International
    In his moral crusade to I
    fEICA'No.1QU4L/TY
    see fit to distribute this one stand I would like to leadership?
    thoroughly un-American book. mention and would welcome rid the country yea, even
    other people's ideas. The Gainesville of unAmericanIdeas CLIFFORD E. LANDERS ,
    MRS. JEAN M. CHALMERS Christian Scientists practice which corrupt us silently

    I Silent Prayer. Why couldn'tthis like virus robbing us of Proof Docsn'tErase
    'Treason' BookDcfcmlc(1 form of prayer be usedin strength.!. *
    schools This would not of- SPARTACUS Stain ASK TRIAL
    FREE 1.DAY HOME
    fend the beliefs of Protestant ABOUTOUR

    Catholic, Jew or non- 'Where's Debate EDITOR, Sun;, The ,
    EDITOR, Sun: After readingthe believer. If some despise i ments go on and on arllu.1
    two letters degrading prayer they could sit there They Promised? varkma anti administration I
    "None Dare Call it Treason," and read their coins "In books on the stands today, one I
    I feel I have to write to defend God we Trust" while oth- EDITOR Sun: It'. a funny side saying, "They don't prove I F
    It. I think most people ers meditate. thing: This was to be the those claims art true," the I pother
    have missed the point entire- FRANK E. HARBEN year when the Republicans offered side saying, "You don't I
    ly of what it is trying to say as a choice, not an echo. prove they're not true." I OI' "I'H COLORSee

    I -people to wake to look up around the American at the Vote for Barry We election were based supposed on to sharp have differences an presumed In America Innocent every until mal proven Is- .I

    1 persons holding high offices Risks Freedom between those policies guilty unless he's a politician. I
    and take second look both
    I a supported by both parties A politician Is presumed I
    \ > locally and in Washington. EDITOR Sun:. The possibility for the last U years, on the guilty until proven Innocent -
    If It can arouse more peopleto of a Goldwater victory one hand, and those put forth I

    i ning know for more an office about and who's then run-use that seems small very chance remote, but requires even, by other.the Goldwaterltes, on the To some people no amount why ZENITH Color tops them all!!!
    of to wash
    proof enough to
    their rights to vote on November
    3, it will have done without question, that every Yet, Senator Goldwater and away the stain of accusation. ,
    voter who Is loyal to our Constitution
    its purpose. Over one million Congressman Miller are now They say, "Where's there's Cvery Zenith Is
    I people were still unregisteredby our greatest of all neglecting these areas of cru- smoke, there' fire." True. Manderafted fee
    v nations, our war dead, andour _
    Sept. 15; In Florida alone, cial choice and are talking But closer inspection may gristle 'pIf\lI.lt.
    and It seems these people Judaic Christian traditions only about personal morality. well renal the "fire" to be I ay. 110 eflntH .
    need something to open their of morality: law and the Both have recently said that no more than the burning circuits no produetto '
    and use their rights as Golden Rule, vote for LyndonB. this Is the main Issue In the ambitions of the opposition. : tnortculs.
    I eyes prescribed by our Coast itu- Johnson. Strengthen and campaign. TERRY BRADLEY ALT ___________ 10
    enlarge cherished and
    ties Pearl Harbor did It in your pIi IveryZtnlth 'II' ..
    costly freedom, don't risk It
    1941.: turn the Zenith
    under Goldwater.A -
    f We're getting so Involved ink Super Gold video
    A \ for less taxes less
    our own little lives we lit 1 Ouard 12 channel
    business restraint, and less OttOiETEy...
    with _,
    I back and say "let someone tuning system
    else do It." And that someone central government, (no matter 125 fold" conlKll for
    how appealing and distorted I 1) .
    else will jump at the oppor- 'longer TV (lieEvery
    I and I'm talking Gold.ater.nd his 1
    tunity 'W
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    about the Communists l I radical supporters make It) is i
    a vote for less Freedom for I NO. ,II 'a
    t.. Zenith features Zenith
    don't think a country can survive ;
    with both communismand all; and a vote for Goldwa- you ore- heating with old,
    ter's selfishly sponsored (be ran : pioneered Color TV advances'if
    a belief in God one dirty or worn-out equipment, ,
    will have to go and it's up to Air Force partisan) manned it's like burning dollar bills.
    bombers to vote for an
    us the part-time and full- a Zenith's patented Color Demodulator
    time Christmas to make it so. obsolete and outmoded defense I Circuitry

    1 was interested In page n under the proposed con NO. 2 Zenltb's' ; automate color level tin ':
    of trol (Goldwster's) of a reckless and
    the proven statement Why not stop compare "
    cuitryif ,
    I fand blustering commander j
    government officials over what paying for ,
    you are now -
    TV and a magazine article suffering delusions of grandeur I Zenith Color convergence assembly
    about "Christian myths" and and wisdom U you electricity or natural gas, The Dawson Model Zenith pull.push color /level control
    I "codes of ethics" and I think don't like LBJ at least vote against what it could cost to 5211

    ] that William Penn said is especially ,against Goldwater. convert to Philgos LP gas. Smart consoltttt ensemble grained centering Zenith permanent magnet picture -
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    which refuses to be governed A Phone Cell' Zenith I Automatic color cut.off

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    1 another thought from the EDITOR Sun: Who dares ZENITH COLOR TV AS .
    Scriptures II Chr. 7 U, "If challenge communism as the AISOIUTELYNO ::.
    my people which are called most dangerous threat to
    by my name, shall numbte America today? Certainly not 4J"/f.I G
    ( themselves and pray and Gainesville Mayer Howard ; .2MUA; ticdHi.t : l {
    I seek my face and turn from McKHney. wt* twict: has
    their wicked' ways; then win warned of Communists hi ear
    I hear from beam and will Bidet Certainly not Datacrstk OlUGATION N
    their land." gubernatorial aomiaeeHaydoej = NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA'S LARGEST SELECTION

    MRS. WALTER J. Dt CA." at "pukM Burns and who assumes'cries out fa \ \ f,, Of ZENITH TVs RADIOS STEREOSCOUCH'S ..
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    one candidate has demonstrated : 608 N. OPEN TO
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    EDITOR Sua: I. b no way, nun b Barry Geldvtaar. .. '. OWN "
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    I person that signs his name"Protestant" ey. As spiritual successor to 11 SOW. ht AVL PHONI 376.5392Noses ZENITH FACTORY CERTIFIED COLOR TV TECHNICIANS '
    I about his ideas the late SIlL Joe McCarthy :
    , j M school prayer. He k entitled Sea. Goldwater declared be- OfIUTU porn n YWS AT Till Mare LOCATION'" "ASK YOUR, _,,ftllNDS;10.\'.', OR NEIGHWRS'. ..". '

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    VIM PmMMt tut cimUHtn M.._. Br RALPH McGILL ?
    t "HI... ..... "...... PlMikw t 1 e11 J"t WASHINGTON Many In
    today
    M aw AUUU, (0..1 c:_...... people talking among
    : THE SUN'S POLICY l themselves about the probable outcome of the election, take
    it for granted that the electorate alreadyhas! made Its
    I 1. Report Itit news fully and Importlolly In tftt ntwi columns. Miss.Cries mind how to up
    vote. But Is the election going to be decisive
    2. {xp'1II1h. opinions of the ,Sun In--but only In-iditorloli.' the as
    as
    public-opinion polls make It to be?
    3. Publish ell sides of Important conUovtriiol tuuti. appear
    An
    analysis of the figures thus far produced shows a

    :is The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 'wide margin for President Johnson. But If only one out of
    : every ten voters who lean toward the Democratic presidential

    I. nominee were to change by election day, a majority
    of the popular vote could be recorded for the Republican

    : Vote 'Yes' on Amendment No. 2 CrawfishThat nominee.

    t ., 1 oiler o Ir MOST OF THE polls, for instance, add up to a 60 per

    e In this Presidential election year I parent. With only one member out the scornful epithet ot e4 7HANo cent vote for President Johnson and a 40 per cent vote for

    voters must not forget that there of the nine being appointed each "crawfish" should have :' SHlp ovFIrt Senator Goldwater. If approximately the same number of

    are other issue to be settled at the ,, year, there is a guaranteed hold-over Senator been persons who 70 voted in 1960 go to the voting booths this year-
    applied to Goldwaterby namely millipn this would mean 42 million votes for
    November 3 election. We refer particularly from one political administration to Governor Paul Johnson of the Democrats and 21 million votes for the Republicans. ,

    to Proposition No. 2 which the next. There can be no "packing"of Mississippi Is an example of But It Isn't necessary for the Republicans to get 14 million

    provide for a reorganization of the the Board for political reasons, poetic justice, or''of somewhat 1 more_votes. to overcome the margin. If only half that num-

    governing authority for Florida' and a continuity of policy is made forlorn chickens coming I wrw ber shifted seven million, or ten per cent of all the voters-
    universities. home to roost. If one adds to from the Democratic side, it would result in a total
    possible by continuity of personnel. that the further criticsra by p. let 1 col Lawrence col -

    Also the increased size of the Board Governor John McKeithen of ..
    Much criticism has been leveled at makes for broader representation Louisiana that the Republican: of approximately 35 million

    the Board of Control because of and a pooling of richer resources in nominee hurt himself badly THE WORLD'S FOREMOST; NEWS ANALYST for each candidate.

    vacillating: policies and its apparent guiding the fortunes of the universi by a lack of forthrightness The public opinion polls
    susceptibility to political pressures. ties. when he spoke In that state, that divide on a basis of
    the conclusion has further M per cent for the Democratsand .I
    The criticism'should really be aimedat support. 40 per cent for the Republicans I
    the system rather than the per Florida has developed a blueprintfor Failing the 1st Duty customarily assume '

    sonnel of the Board. By and large, educational leadership. It has THE SENATOR'S friends that the "undecided" vote '

    Board members have made a real shown vision In Institutional planning have claimed that whatever will divide as do the rest of

    effort, according to, their 'lights, ," and, with respect to junior colleges !his failings he posesses political (D New |fork' JFimra extravagant public excitement But people who have'had to Indicated the voters their who have choice.definitely

    to serve the state .well under the in particular, it has establisheda record candor.does not Unhappily sustain these, the By JAMES RESTON the blemishes on the deal with the realities of serving Is not merely the "undecided"But it
    WASHINGTONThere face of the nation art made parents and raising children .
    limitations of a system of administration pattern that lathe envy of the na assertions. Senator Goldwater to and fatal know group estimated at from
    urgent deal
    are at least three consolations appear a great about
    that is outmoded-a' system tion. But the McDonald report spotted toured the South as a sturdy about this election. It will and when these apocalyptichell : the difference between the eight to ten per cent or from' .. ,
    five
    that was severely criticized in the. the Achilles heel. It is the clumsy states rights man, as the one soon be over. It hasn't really visions are flashed upon dreams and actualities of life. to seven million voters
    who have
    Republican leader who had yet to make
    McDonald report made at Governor machinery of control and administration voted against civil rights as fooled too many people. And the television screen and summarized This has been Goldwater's their minds. Changes could up

    I Bryant's direction two year ago. -machinery that is "susceptibleto a fierce critic of the U. S. things are not really as bad in scare headlines, primary problem in this cam occur, too, among those who
    as the candidates have made the whole picture seems more paign. His difficulty Is not, as previously
    political pressures" and incapableof Supreme Court. Wherever he expressed s definite -
    ominous than reality.ACTUALLY of his
    them sound. most detractors assert,
    A* a result of this vigorous Indictment long-term stability.So went, the Confederate flag that he has been too cruel or preference one way, or .
    Elections almost always the other.
    was unfurled above him, and i
    the Florida Legislature the situation!
    emphasize the worst. They Indifferent, but that he has
    the bands shrilled "Dixie.
    passed a "reorganization bill," with on November 8, vote "Yes" on The Senator could not exaggerate everything Including for America Is not really so been too idealistic or too na- IT COULD TURN out that
    quite dark Troubled as we are, the ive. He has assumed that the the surveys will be proved
    ,the advice and approval of the State, Proposition 2. The BoardofRegentsplan manage the Southern idiom, the national weaknessfor
    Communists In even deep. South would be ccurate forecasts but there Is
    Cabinet and Department of Education is operating successfully in but he tried hard, and for a overstatement, and in the generous to
    distort what er trouble. Divided as we are, the Negro, and that the Communist enough uncertainty In the
    process they they
    which provides for a nine-mem- other states and is adding strengthand time he convinced them. are supposed to clarify. In the Alliance, the Communist world would submit to poll themselves to warrant a

    ber Board of Regent to replace the vigor to higher education. Florida But now a saddened Gov. Thus it is not enough for world Is even more di the threats of violence, that guess the other way. Thus, i

    Board of Control, the appointment is committed to a comprehensive Johnson, who has pledged his the Democrats to say that vided. Confused as we are on management would I agree In the 1941 uampaign various '

    to be *o staggered that only on.member' program of higher education of state to the Senator, declaresthe Barry Goldwater Is a pleas.ant moral and political questions .with labor without the pressure rolls showed In early October
    GOP nominee has craw well meaning, but rather It is itlll not easy for politicians of the federal govern. a 6i) per cent preference for
    term expire each year. which it can well be proud-but to fished badly on civil rights shallow and archaic man to put over their outrageous ment all this when most Dcwrv e"d "I per cent for

    This "bill," however, is in the form keep that commitment faithfully will and that his following in the whose views would split the exaggerations. people know that life Is not TruTnn. but foe: latter won.
    of amendment that must constant continuity Fortunately, the American precisely There tvn b" a substantial i
    a proposed require vigilance, Magnolia State is disillusion- country and the Alliance I so simple.
    be approved by the people before it of policy, and a system of ad. ed. Gov. McKeithen, also a Somehow they feel that they people are not either depraved shift, h t le frill' days and
    can become effective.. ministration divorced from political states righter has declared must also Imply that he is the or stupid, and Democratic THE AMERICAN people that's why pol fal managers r
    he, too, Is chagrined by the reincarnation of Hitler and Inflammation is a self limiting have really been more sensible !i. keep up their campaign/ bat-
    The advantage of the plan ire spPolitical control. discovery of the Senator's hell bent for war. disease. They live In a In this campaign than tics to thery last minute.

    lack of candor In speaking in world of bombastic advertis- either of the candidates. They Som epnlling experts have
    Louisiana. LIKEWISE, It Is not suffi- ing, of verbal violence and the have been disturbed by the said that '20 per cent of the
    III DiscourtesyA dent for the Republicans restless _optic noise of neon Bobby Baker use and hv the voters which could mean
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    THOSE WEAKENED Democrats condemn Lyndon Johnson as tosigns, of taU stories and advertising .Walter Jenkins case but they at least 14 million this time
    youth was arrested at Phoenix also to. those who have gathered to somehow managed to political opportunist with very Jingles so In the have also been disturbed by are usually undecided until

    when the Goldwater sign he was hear the speaker. 'They oan incite obtain a large supply of Senator little demonstrated knowledge end they are Immunized and Goldwater's policies about the last weeks of the cam

    waving struck the hat of President disorder and violence. Goldwater's literature of world affairs. They must skeptical especially about leaving the Negro to the paign..
    which was being held for late also attribute to him every politicians. states and his risky policies Sometimes a latent issue
    Johnson. A of detectives
    couple delivery In key cities In the vicious habit In the annals of Also the American! peopleare toward communism. his its effect. This certainly
    thought the youth attempted to The hot-tempered British ministerof North and In Washington, D.C. political corruption. busy. They are so preoccupied "The moral fiber of t the happened in 1956 when the

    strike the President. The report of science, Quintin Hogg, made an These pamphlets which Under this system, misdemeanors with earning an American people" says Gold- British and French started a

    another officer, that the poster stick appropriate comment at a recent political would have been distributed are transformed Immediately honest living and trying'' {3 water "Is beset by rot anddecay. war scare over Suez. A fear
    accidentally hit the President's hat rally in Birmingham when he two or three days before the on the hustings Into make their kids better than ." Maybe so. But if that the youngsters would be
    election, have been broadcast felonies, reverses In Viet themselves that they have they were lost in depravity, as drafted again for a big con-
    during a tussle over the sign, .is was shouted down by noisy hecklers: throughout the South. They Nam Into Imminent disasterfor little time to speculate on the he suggests, presumably flict overseas swept this coun

    equally or more credible. "You are making too much noise, you have caused Southern segregationists the whole of Southeast glories of Lyndon Johnson's there would be no point in try in the week before the

    silly ...... You have'come to deny to revile the Senator Asia, public school inter- Great Society or Barry Gold- appealing to their better In.tIncts. election. The Incumbent administration .

    This incident, however, points up me free speech." as a crawflsher and a deceiver gration Into miscegenation, water's "Noble Yeoman." benefited by the
    and hypocrite. W h lie Juvenile delinquency into to- switch In votes. In the pres-
    the dangers in the tactics: of some The nation Is coming to the
    the Senator was singing "Dix-1' tal depavlty and decadence. BARRY MAY entice some end of the election ent campaign the Jenkins
    partisans who show up at paradesand Calling hecklers "silly asses" is ie" the pamphlets were sayIng We always seem to be "Ios- of the very young and the. an unhappy mood.campaignIn It Is not scandal of last week is supposed

    rallies of the presidential candidate not an adequate remedy for extreme he was one of the origi- ing" something every f our very old with his Ideological enthusiastic about Johnson, to have affected many

    whom they oppose. They engage actions by partisans in a political nal supporters of the NAACPIn years Some country or continent visions of the ideal world In but it Is clearly not convinced voters, particularly women
    Arizona that he was a usually to the Communists which hard work, individuality But there are no ways of
    in heckling, booing, picketing, campaign. We do not know of any by Goldwater. The first i
    card: carrying member and John Kennedy ran and would restore measuring Just what it Is that
    courage duty of
    a leader Is to find
    jeering and frantic sign waving. remedy, when the actions law
    are that he thought Integrated on what he called "lost pre- purpose and encourage religion and express the things that causes a voter either to shift .
    ful... education to be wise and proper. I tlge." Barry Goldwater Is run- establish personal responsibility unify the nation that are or to make s definite choicein I
    The demonstrator maintain that t ning on what he perceives to restore full em- practical and manageable, the final stretch of the race. '

    what they are doing I Is legal and that But it would help if Democratic What all this does to the be our lost honor and twisted ployment, and stamp out com- and this Is what the Republican One of the little under I 'I 4

    they are just engaging the right and Republican organizations and publicized Image of the Senator character. munism and all our other candidate has clearly stood factors. in appraising the ..
    Thus, by this,same habit of enemies. failed to do. public opinion polls Is that
    of freedom of speech and freedomof Republican and Democrats recognized : as a man of candor who none of them makes a state-

    expression. Whether; legal or not, that an affair sponsored by the does not stoop to bargainingfor by-state canvass. They are usually -
    votes'is for the election
    these activities deserve encouragement. rival party is not an appropriate done .by region which
    occasion and the makers of such .
    They are extremely discourteous for expressing their. own to explain. Meanwhile propaganda Voice of the People!_ takes Isn't the too same much thing time and at all.money It

    1 not only to the speaker but views.POTOMAC despite Southern defections, the Sons.tor's I I to do sta.." ... polling-,
    support remains
    and certainly could not be
    substantial. He cannot On The Sun's I easily accomplished In the 'w
    FEVERBY lose Alabama for example Opinion Page last two weeks of a campaign

    I In for that the simple state Cov.reason Wallace that 0.1"-.. .....-..... .f s- -.den ... <.ICWM In ,.. V*... *| ese ..... eel.... LetI.tt as there has to be extensive
    JACK WILSON Cowl. Washington Bvrau and his committee will not al- ..irt a. 11.-4 .* fc..ri*. "te! ,'. .......... ..._ will b, win..I.i.. if ........... A ...... .k..M Interviewing among sample 1
    M* tMMd 500 wr* sad Mini t* ........ M Mho M, n4. .< tk, ..... p.... ...... t. mi Tin' blocs or groups in different
    The war on poverty gets under way with the President swearing In Sargent'I low the Johnson Humphrey s.. NMnM IN Ht* I. wl I Shriver. It's just like any other war it's the Barge who really runs it. electors to have a place on ....... M
    t the ballot The Democratic IT IS EASY enough to assume -

    -- committee in Mississippi has Gross tErrors1' achieving socialism in America Stormer a moral m a n or a that the voters in met-
    Itself to Sen. Gold- ropolitaa areas like New York 1
    pledged .
    Stormer's citation is liar?
    Democrat demanded equal time to answer LBJ's TV tafc. They claimed that and Brooklyn for '
    if justice prevailed Goldwater could go OR the air and announce that President water.the It crawfishing could hardly imitate In 'Treason'EDITOR Congressional Record, Feb. On page 2t Stormer writes, will vote normally and example furnish G
    they .
    Johnson had been deposed. accuse the Senator of doing.now run, (. l* P., 'A 181.SdIle "In actual conduct of the war, s huge majority to the Democratic j
    Sun: I would like apr lee mow outlined military decisions were made ticket and
    There is now a remote possibility that other ,
    to answer Mrs. Margaret Vi suck and. not according to the tactical communities will do JI
    j' that by November 3, spies page 111 the
    Barry is making progress in the South. They like his slogan: "In,your heart the electors may decide to dais request (Voice el the says "The socialist state Is needs of the day but for the name But there is Just ss
    you know.he's white," cast their ballots for some People. October 11)) for specifics thus worse than the capitaliststate long range political ad v a n- much basis for guessing that ,I J
    i about her favorite dirty tage of the Communist con a shift In
    third person. Mississippi did because it Is more Inclusive voting this time will
    John Stormer1 "None spiracy. Stormer's citation
    book occur because
    of
    so In I960.MUCH In its coverage and emotional
    ' The White House till la not sure who la the top man In that Russian duet. It Dare Call it Treason" and its more unlimited! in Its power. "Roosevelt and Hopki! n s." Issues

    : should be easy to find out-Just call up on the hot line and ace who answers. OF THE South Is so called "documentation." Organization corrupts, total mention Sherwood p. SM. There Is no The Democrats: concede the "I

    1 still rural It Is there that one Sample lies, usually in the organization corrpptt total I y.' of such a happening exitence of a protest vote,
    .' -- finds moat of the tear, resentment form of citations of not uIst., .The socialist state Justif I I. s on page !M, but on page Ml but minima its size. They I

    I'I I President Johnson says the 1 Issue Is whose thumb shall be on the button. and lack of Information Ing statements or exactly the Itself on the ground that the there is a rather long paragraph could, of course be proved

    ; Goldwater says it's whose thumb is on the country. These boys talk like a about the real facts of the opposite of what Is stated, concentration of power Is .stating exactly the op right. But the fact remains I
    couple of hitch hikers. civil rights law. Beginningwith are to be found on pages 32. necessary to do good; but It posite. that dime polls which have
    the primary campaigns 29, 5*. ISO 170 and 218. Mind has never solved the problemof On page 51 he quotes Edith been confined solely to "dvil
    -- by Gov. Wallace of Alabama, you these are Just pages containing how you Insure that power Roosevelt and she never said rights" Issues to recent weeks t
    who withdrew after Sen Gold- out and out lies. any such thing. His citation 1 show a substantial majority
    I Khrushchev should feel very flattered at the way things turned out. The bestowed to do good will not
    I Kremlin. decided It would take two guys lo make that many ."taken. water's nomination, the states A listing of all factual errors be employed to do harm, es- does not exist. Many of his protest on specific phases of s I
    ; 0: the cotton South have been distortions and misinterpret a- pecially when you remove all citations are found to be figments the problem. In Britain's election -
    'I- subjected to a planned pro tions would run Into the hundreds obstacles to Its exercise." And of his imagination.I 1M rare Issue provided a

    Nixon promises farmers that Goldwater would cmtlsnN the price supportprogram. gram of fear and misrepresentation But I am not calling on pag A II:. of the Con could go on and on, but big surprise tai certain districts. I
    Of Nobody ever said he wouldn't Barry. The civil rights act Mr. Stormer Just a s b. bay rm.'ion.JJ.RecanI Mr., Schl- it Is really up to you to do a I
    : I course. -except has been exaggerated and falsified scholar I am calling him an .stag.. my;Tat more varieties bit of investigating yourself! So at this stage of the game
    : ___ ___ V Klan and hale groups old fashion liar who Is doing ef owners*** Ott better; Mrs Vidal/ you want to bt it can be contended that the I I
    i that'prlJlta have been well financed The our country a great harm M liberty gets mart boil sir I a responsible citnen. Read "undecided" or siknC vote e
    A Tokyo newspaper demonstrates a radio receiver a daily paper( area has !been deluged with I shan suck to some U.... .. and snDUfM the 'tntnprial from the Bradford has sot yet been measured ,
    ttvwgfe ktantfcM
    right in home thus solving the problem of how macs do you tip the delivery >
    your ) literature of fear and hate. tin whoppers.On at a dfrirsfM so. CMay Telegraph on the exactly That's why U m I /
    boy. f;' ; % H Despite ail this commonsense page W and 171 Stem-' cMy tarn taraa* tile rkx editorial page of Gainesville out ef ten vesers attartc aian-

    -- and truth are gaining. er writes This becomes halt gr. taiectWam. The SUB. September js, 1M4 fag toward the Democratfc j
    Bread and butter Issues slowly sharer clear in tnVi ly by recipe for retaining liberty b where some of the mist side chang* murmaids
    LBJ t* happy abet Lady Birds. reception la Dixie He figures that If he ton I are coming to the fort. Artpur S.1a .",** Jr .s not ha'mulisation but ddlmj glaring mistakes are art the RipubDcaM could wtaT J
    his ) ,It, maybe Ue .sew ,adattaastrttloa. will at last appoint. bee ...,',... ur te There will nut be a solid .;..."t lie -ti.siiI: Kennedy. through. mil -, brth. Read Proftmr Pettefs Hence NX* sides would be
    w...._ -
    --, .._ = 1 ": South for Goldwater which set forth the. plan_ for taw I ask you, *b Mr. ,, (See tOiCC es rage II ha wen. advised to keep M worxGon'l.iII. I
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    III Take 'Grains of Salt' ,With Passionate Paperbacks



    "IE .
    Editor's Note: The following h taken from an article, men and measures were not fairly dealt with in many news President Kennedy Dean Rusk, W W. Rostow, Harlan viewer largely agrees. Averell Harriman, according to Stor

    Holding LBJ Up by the Ears," discussing low widely- papers or by the television commentators.. Here at last, the Cleveland. McGeorge Bundy, George Ball, Pierre Salinger, mer, Is a "longtime Soviet apologist"! By implication, he
    read political paperbacks: "A Texas looks at Lyndon Joha- enthusiasts for these tracts are convinced, one encountersIn Arthur Schlesinger Jr. t tars John Foster Dulles with the same brush.
    : wn" by J. Event print the inside dope "The ADA runs the show" says Kluckhohn; and certainly As one would expect from his experience, Kluckhohn Is
    flaky; "Lyndon'i Legacy" by Frank I.Kluckhohn In part, this claim Is justified. The principal theses of the influence of some of these liberals upon President more prudent and precise In his strong criticisms of mem-
    ; "None Dare Call It Treason" by John A. Sto these four polemicists are difficult to deny. Mrs. Schlafly, Johnson has been greater than one would have expected bers of the Democratic administrations. It seems somewhat

    mer; and "A Choke Not an Echo" by Phyllis Scblafly. The president of the! Illinois Federation of Republican Women, from Mr. Johnson's previous associations. beside the point, nevertheless, to drub Arthur Schlesinger
    a reviewer It a well bon conservative writer. argues that since 1938 the Republican presidential nominees These four theses are In essence, the case of the Repub- Jr. so zealously for Schlesinger deflntely Is no privy counselorto
    have been chosen, in effect, by a small circle of "kingmakers" lican party and of many southern Democrats -againstthe President Johnson (though Kluckhohn suggests, almost wist
    By RUSSELL KIRK centering in New York. This Is historically true, whether Kennedy and Johnson administrations. Also, however, fully, that he still might be); and besides. In the witty
    Condensed from the Book Week section ., the Washington or not one disapproves of the fact so far as the Schlafly and Stormer books are concerned phrase of Dr. Harry Gidconse "Schlesinger is a member of
    PooL Stormer, chairman of the Missouri Federation of Young they are the case of the "conservative" Republicans againstthe the extreme right wlng-of Americans for Democratic Action
    Political tracts for the times, these are four such little Republicans, Is concerned passionately with the growth of "liberal" Republicans. And they are expressed with ."
    books as appear in national-election years. Interesting some communism throughout the world and American blunders in fiercer passion and often with less accuracy than the Three of these little books are published by obscure presses -
    months later only to the historian Their significance is this. resisting this ideological power. Republican National Committee say, would put the case. perhaps set up expressly to circulate these opinions.
    j They are the product of the "right" to far as the terms Though he casts his net wide, extending even to "mental That virtually unknown pamphleteers, almost totally lackingthe
    'left' and'"right" may be applied intelligently to American health" and the charitable foundations, In essence he says THEY APPEAL primarily to the conservatively inclined usual apparatus of publishing, can become overnight
    politics and they are exerting some immediate practical that the international Communist movement has made large citizen who has only begun to lake an active part in practical movers and shakers of American politics -well, this phenomenon -
    Influence. gains, while the efforts of the United States to protect the politics and to whom some of this mass of fact and suggests how we may be witnessing a fundamental
    These four "conservative" pamphlets have enjoyed an national interest and the cause of civilization often have opinion comes as a surprise. Even though these writers say realignment of parties and factions
    Immense distribution, Though reviewed almost nowhere, been curiously Ineffectual in light of our great material much that deserves serious discussion and thrust forward Frank and fervent discussion can be all to the goods-
    these paperbacks crowd the racks at airports and corner strength. some hard truths, one hopes that their tremendous audience pecially In the realm of foreign policy, long obscured by con-
    drugstores. Being talked about is what sells books, and will drop among the pages some grains of salt. fused notions of 'bipartisanship" It does not sink Into
    these four provoke discussion. HALEY, A RANCHER and once a Texan gubernatorial However effective such wrathful manifestos may be on the reckless abuse. The political pamphlet, Its old place long
    Crowded with names, facts, and documentation-so much candidate, writes that President Johnson is a very hard- eve of an election, In the long run there occurs a reaction preempted by newspapers, magazines, radio and television,
    of this that even a reviewer familiar with the field soma bitten politician more interested In success than In princIple against Intemperance and Inaccuracy.A may move mountains once more
    times loses the thread of the argument these books who has contrived to amass a great fortune while senator reviewer can offer only a few Instances of the lengths I I
    scarcely seem calculated to move the great American pub and vice president. His book did much to stir up the recent to which enthusiasm and rage carry these pamphleteers.Mrs. ] I
    lic. Yet their impact Is being felt. discussion in newspapers and popular magazines con Schlafly, refers, for example, to financiers "who !
    cerning the size and origins of the Johnson wealth. He clearly favor a continuation of the Roosevelt Harry Dexter White- WHO WILL WIN!
    HOW DOES one account for their success? Chiefly, I suppose possesses much inside knowledge of the grim labyrinthof Averell Harriman Dean Acheson Dean Rusk policy of
    by the fact that the public Is genuinely interested in Texas politics though he cannot prove some of his as- aiding and abetting Red Russia and her satellites!"
    ,their themes and that the dominant media of opinion, sertions, candidly giving rumor as their source. Really, now! Not only Is this false (except for White),
    The whole nation will win
    from daily newspapers to "middlebrow" monthlies, have Kluckhohn, who has fairly important posts In the federal but It discredits and defeats Mrs. Schlafly's own object of i
    failed or disdained to examine closely many of the subjects government and has been a foreign and a Washington correspondent putting the case for Son Goldwater.
    discussed in these pamphlets.: of considerable repute, has smitten the Democrats Haley presents a most lively and shocking account of the if you
    Republicans for the authors of these tracts are unabashedly hip and thigh in a whole series of paperbacks This Billie Sol Estes mess, but his endeavor to connect President
    partisan of various factions have felt, since the latest tract is primarily an assault upon the Cabinet mem- Johnson with this corruption Is tenuous, and would be actionable I
    triumph of John F. Kennedy if not longer, that Republican bers and advisers whom President Johnson inherited from for libel If" the President of the United States, or VOTE DEMOCRATIC!
    his wife, ever went to court

    HALEY'S ONLY disconcerting evidence In the matter Is
    III Voice of PoliticsContinued that the remnants of the Eaten empire were bought/ for alOng Give everyone a chance for on honest
    People on by Morris Jaffe, friend and backer of Mr. Johnson living, on honorable job, and .
    Though Stormer would like to call It "treason," he boggles I' decent future.
    at Insisting upon that extreme. Immensely read In official

    1"I( from Page .) controversial Issue that I do State Convention In 19S7: I for one want to 'go on record documents and other sources though he Is, sometimes .
    t in Voice of the People, not feel qualified on taking a "Because Joe McCarthy lived as supporting any and every Stormer cites as authorities certain newsletters of dubious ELECT PRESIDENTJOHNSON ...

    Gainesville Sun; October II, stand. we are a safer, freer, device which can be developed veracity; and he recommends some serious books '
    ISM where he carefully shows The Mr. or Mrs. "Protest more vigilant nation today. to Insure honesty and cheek by jowl with productions of Ignorance and prejudice

    how incredibly ill Informedand ant" is dead wrong about one This fact, even though he no lessen corruption to govern ::
    1 dishonest Mr. Stormer Is thing and I do mean wrong- longer dwelli among us, will ment, but I don't believe this IN PART BECAUSE fie attempts to discuss everythingthat
    I when he writes about John wrong.wrong He stated that never perish And I know youtilt Is a partisan Issue. If memory has happened for a decade, he falls Into Inaccuracies, I
    Dewey. Go to your Jibra r yj Christian Scientists use the Join with me in thankingGod serves me, Republicans can even In his rather confused discussion of the Katanga struggle (H, ...*.-AI""' Ceo D m., c...*. CmmlHM. _,

    and read the Congressional "Science and Health" for that while Joe Uved he succumb to the temptation to an analysis, generally speaking with which this re-' ..
    Record, Appendix Pages A their Bible That is wrong. made a contribution to hit make a fast buck about as I I";::11: '

    ) 4650 S3 where you will find Christian Scientists use as countrymen. ." ,easily as Democrats can.
    a refutation of this man' s their supreme guide The Mayor McKinney and gubernatorial There are far more Important I ENJOY THE FOOTBALL GAMES AND YOUR
    j unpatriotic work by a c o m- Holy Bible. The Science and nominee Burns attest Issues upon which our
    f mitte headed by Eisenhower's Health" is an Interpretationof '
    to the fact that we live choice should be made- such
    man Dr. Larson and sevI the Bible just as ministersare
    In a suspect community, as: which ticket offers a I FAVORITE PROGRAMS AT THEIR BEST
    I eral other distinguished Republicans interpreters In their respective where alien Ideas threaten. sounder nuclear policy? Which i
    And then reread churches
    Barry Goldwater'i election better Insures social security?
    "None Dare Call It Treason" I am not a Christian ScIentist I
    will us to Which offers more promise to
    give courage purge
    V with Intelligent, mind. but attended their Sun-
    an open the community of those alien meet the needs of higher ed-
    I It is a slap In the face to day School from the age of I
    ? Which better
    Ideas. ucation can cooperate
    the noble Republican Par ty 12 to 21 During these yearswe NdOU4UTY
    with Allies In this /
    our {
    We must Join Sen Coldwa 'NIN '
    j that the Citizens for Goldwater used the Holy Bible. ThereIs I
    period of changing international ,
    ter in his moral crusade to
    see fit to distribute this one stand I would like to I fENCA
    thoroughly un-American book. mention and would welcome rid the country yea, even leadership '
    other people's Ideas. The Gainesville of unAmericanIdeas CLIFFORD E. LANDERS
    ,MRS. JEAN M. CHALMERS 1 Christian Scientists practice which corrupt us silently
    ; Silent couldn'tthis like virus robbing us ol
    Prayer. Why
    Proof Doesn'tErase .
    'Treason' BookDefended form of prayer be usedIn strength *-

    schools This would not of. SPARTACUS Stain ASK FREE 1.DAY HOME TRIAL
    fend the beliefs of Protestant ABOUT ,

    Catholic, Jew or nonbeliever Where's Debate EDITOR, Sun, The
    EDITOR, Sun: After readingthe If some despise ments go on and on about rgu'l OUR
    two letters degrading prayer they could lit there They Promised? various anti .
    "None Dare Call it Treason" and read their coins "In books on the stands today, one I

    I feel I have to write to defend God we Trust" while oth- EDITOR, Sun: It't i funny side saying, "They don't prove I
    It. I think most people ers meditate. those claims art true," tile
    thing: The was to be the '
    . have missed the point entirely FRANK E. HARBEN :year when the Republicans offered other tide saying, "You don't I
    of what it is trying to say "I'H
    u a choice, not an echo. prove they're not true. I Of
    -people to wake to look up around the American at the Vote for, Barry We were supposed to have an In America, every man la I I If
    election based on sharp differences presumed Innocent until proven '1
    holding high offices
    persona Risks FreedomEDITOR between those unless ...'.
    and take a second look both policies guilty a po I
    supported by both parties litician. A politician to presumed j )
    and in Washington.If
    locally Sun, The possI- for the last 2S years, on the guilty until proven Innocent
    it can arouse more peopleto ,
    bility of a Goldwater victory one hand, and those put forth *

    know for more an office about and who's then running use that seems small very chance remote, but requires even, by the Goldwaterltes, on the To some people, no amount I See why ZENITH Color tops them all!!!
    other.
    their rights to vote on November of proof to enough to wash
    without
    3, it will have done question, that every Yet, Senator Coldwater and away the stain of accusation.
    voter who Is to Constitution ..
    loyal
    Its purpose. Over one million our Congressman Miller are n o w 'I'be1I1Y, "Where's there's (very Zenith ItMiiUinftM -
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    i by Sept. IS: In Florida alone, nations, our.war dead, andour cial choice and are talking But closer Inspection may i stealer 1I.ul.II".
    and it seems the it people Judaic Christian tradi- only about personal morality. well reveal the "firt" to be- :4--. lit ne erlntetfcircuHt. ..
    tions of law : "
    morality, and the
    need something to open their : Both have recently said that no more than the burning ne pro
    .
    Golden Rule for ,
    eyes and use their rights as vote LyndonB. this is the main Issue !In the ambition of the opposition duclioS.hoetcutn.Coiegtenith .
    Johnson.
    prescribed by our Con s t itu- Strengthen and campaign. TERRY BRADLEY ALT .
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    the how appealing and dls I 1) longer TV life. :
    else will jump at opportunity II
    h and I'm talking torted Goldwater and hit : !_ I
    about the Communists l I radical supporters make it) is *J3 4 1.
    1 don't think a country can sur a vote for less Freedom for I 1 Every Zenith features Zanlthplonaartd /

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    belief In God one
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    will have to go and its up to partisan) man- it's like burning dollar bills.
    ned bombers to a vote for an
    us the part-time and full- Zenith's patented Color Demodulator
    l time Christmas to make it soI obsolete and outmoded de. Circuitry .
    t' interested in t2JI' fence under the proposed con- NO. 2 .-
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    statement of trol (Coldwster's) of a reckless ..
    ( and the proven Why not stop and compare cuitry '
    high government officials over blustering commander ,.:
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    paying '
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    TV and a magazine article suffering delusions of grandeur : Zenith Color conv"I.nc..mbl1

    ,;I 1 J about "Christian myths" and and wisdom. U yon i electricity or natural gas, : Tho Dawson ir Zenith pull-push color level cantral
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    that William Penn said Is especially against Coldwater. convert to Phi(gas LP gas. Smart consolatta ensemble/ grained Zenith permanent magnet picture -:.
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    by God will surely be The CourageTo I
    f' governed by tyrants." Costs You Nothing, 489"s
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    another thought from the EDITOR Sun Who dares ZENITH COLOR TV LOW AS 7-
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    by my name, skill humble America today Certainly Dot :' -
    e I I( themselves and pray, a ad Gainesville Mayer Howard l : 1IJ/II.I.It --- ichtQ /".
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    '. seek my face and turn from McKmntr.; who twice has :
    I their wicked ways; then will warned el Communists si ear ..
    I bear from heaven and will
    midst Certainly lOt Danes OBLIGATION
    --
    I LARGEST SELECTION
    I f their land. critic gubernatorial aomineeHjydoai --- NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA'S

    MRS. WALTER J. DUNCAN: Bunt who cries eat .. ,1 1COUCH'S
    I fl OF ZENITH TVs RADIOS STEREOS \'
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    I one candidate hat demonstrated ;.ij.l' 608 N. OPEN TO :

    j Silent Prayer fearless!to fflmmmritm.and absolute That eepositmi 1 ga S Main St. 9 P.M. FRIDAY.

    EDITOR Sun: L to no way, man to Barry Gettnkjr eadkiate -_ I
    J on pt nit to ertnene the for the O. prirfliary. MWORMANCI GUARANTEED IY COUCH'S OWN i

    I person that signs his name As spiritual saeretsor to 12 S.W. lit AVE. PHONE J76-5192 ZINITH FACTORY CERTIFIED COLOR TV TECHNICIANS :.
    "Protestant" about his ideas the late Sen. Joe McCat sy. .
    an school prayer. Ha to entitled Sea. Goldwater declared before MOMg OniATU 0t 27 TEakS AT TW SAMg LOC flON"" "ASK YOUR. rtilN-.. OS OR NIIGHIORS"''', t ,
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    6 Gainesville''' Sun Monday, .October 26.. 1964 -
    1, .

    More About Smoke Saga 3 TeenAgeGirls Miami Pilot Tells, of Cuba Capture



    AssassinationFrom EscapeCar I MIAMI (AP-Marshall Zee- Zeeman was en route to Colombia "the guards were pleasant"until there -he took a commercial*'

    man, 20-yesr,(old Miami pilot released when he was forced to arrangements were made liner to Miami with two t' '

    CrashThree by Cuban authorities Sunday land a private plane la Cuba last for his release by the Swiss in mind: a shower and t
    aaNCE nRgi I says the "worst part of the week due to bad weather. He "The worst part was the fa

    Page 1 teen aged girls, In-I detention was the food." was held under house arrest embassy In Havana. I always got rice, chicken., ,*
    "They questioned me for long
    all fried. I fin
    The piled cartons stood a lunch time," but Oswald said l cluding the daughter of Circuit periods and kept asking me and cheese i
    let
    couple of feet back from the "No sir, when you get down- Judge J. C. Adkins Jr., were Goes Church where I had been going and got sick and then they"'
    window. A man sitting behind stairs close the gate to the ele- treated and released at Alachua Family to I,what I was doing" Zeeman said cook the food myself.

    them on another carton couldn't vator." The elevator wouldn't General Hospital Sunday He said he was treated well and
    be teen from the Inside of the respond to the push button sig- night after their car went out of Roast Gone on Returnthat "never thought about trying to
    I room. nal unless the gate was closed. control and overturned on Golf escape." PROPANE ,
    President Kennedy's party Givens said "Okay" and left. Club Road. -
    I The aroma of coast beef was during their absence, burglars He said he landed his crop I
    landed the Dallas No else has
    at at
    Airport one reported seeing
    Linda LP.
    Rae Adldns
    533 NW $
    IMTC ANT hemttndcd roast 'entered the house duster on a baseball diamond on ,4
    Never there. But the apparently
    11:40: a.m. It Included the President Oswald until 12:30: when How 32nd St., Jane : was gone.
    Marilyn Redding and
    and Mrs. Kennedy, Gov ard L. Brennan a spectator through any' unlocked the outskirts of Santiago
    ,
    530 NE 8th Terr. and
    An- So
    other
    were many thingsthe "the plane was Immediately surrounded HOTTER THANNATURAL
    and Mrs. John Connally of Texas saw him through the window i carport door.
    I' na Legelr Coolidge, 304 SE! 48th D. W. Jones left In about 50 Cubans, GAS
    and Sen. Ralph Yarborough from the outside. family Items found missing: Roast, by
    elevator
    responded to the signal SL all were In the car. All are
    (Dem., Texas) flying in It was almost precisely button, so Baker said "let's II years old. their home at 2731 SW Williston In its pot, from the kitchen armed with pistols and rifles. II Cook & Heat Water

    I Air Force One. Vice President 12:30: p.m. when the motorcade take the stairs," and they raced Rd. when they went to churchin oven where it was cooking for saw'"the guns and said! "I give I
    Lyndon Johnson and Mrs. John- reached Elm and Houston and up them. Miss Adklns was driving The Gainesville Sunday morning. Sunday dinner; three shotguns up. Low Cost
    ( ion had arrived five minutes swung down Elm Street away car was owned by Guilford B. one rifle, binoculars coffee When time to leave, Zeeman I
    I earlier, In Air Force Two. from the Book Depository. Secret At the top of the stairs Baker Redding, 530 NE 8th Terr.Sheriff' The Jones family told Alach- ,maker, radio phonograph and said he was given 150 gallons of FR 6-5110
    saw a man walking the
    After the usual airport recep- Service men noted the through ua County sheriff's deputies records, sewing machine, elec- gasoline to fly to Jamaica. From
    1 deserted lunchroom and hollered deputies said the
    1 lion and bout of handshaking time because the procession -
    a was tric drill, radio and camera.
    .
    at him. It Oswald car was traveling at about 45
    was ,
    with lining the fence, five minutes behind a c h e d use I
    spectators The Jones house Is In woodsone
    and he and 50 ,h. and of
    stopped approached m p went out con Scout Pack '
    the motorcade got organized, and they were a little concerned half mile east of Inter
    Baker. Identified trol at 3:25 k I
    Truly him and : pm. on a curve. ?
    and the party set out for the about It. The clock on Oswald walked 'state 75 and 200 feet south of
    I Trade Mart, where the PresIdent top of the Book Depository away. The car continued out of control Meets TodayCub !State Road 121.
    was to address a luncheon showed 12:30 and several witnesses Baker said the man was calm, In the road 190 feet turned Nearest neighbor, Don Emerson
    crowd. It then 11:30.: noticed it and not out of breath. "He never Scout Pack 378
    was sideways, skidded 27 feet, sponsored Is three-tenths of a mile
    The Trade Mart had been selected The President's car was mov- did say a word or nothing. In struck the curb and turnedover by the B'nal Israel Jewish I east.' The Emerson home, also

    t. Nov. 4 from among three I It. ing at 112 miles per hour. The fact, he didn't change" his expression landing on the wheels Education Center, will meet at In woods, was recently burglar
    possible sites for the luncheon speed was determined precisely one bit, Baker said. 7:30 tonight at the center at
    t because it was an attractive by a motion picture film Truly said "he didn't seem ex- The car, which had no seatbelts 18th Street and 34th Avenue. ized.
    ; new building, although a security showing that portion of the rIde. cited or overly. afraid or any received $500 In damage. In a separate burglary a
    I man's nightmare because it the distances were known precisely -thing." Deputies said there are a 0 Cubmaster W. C. Farrell said traveling salesman reported to
    was difficult to guard. speed of the car could The Warren Commission ordered road defects at the accident awards and advancements will Gainesville police that while he
    check site. 'be presented and the program slept Sunday morning at the
    The route that the motorcade be calculated.The a of the timing of
    would follow from the airportto shots were fired within these events. It found that It !win feature puppet shows and University Inn, someone broke
    the Trade Mart was selected seconds of 12:30.: Most witnesses would have taken Baker be- Billiard skits from this month's activi Into his car In the parking lot,
    because it would give a large at first thought they were tween a minute and a quarter Expert ties. and took 30 shirts.

    number of persona a chance to motorcycle b. e k fires. Some and a minute and a half to .
    Guest On
    see the President. It was 10 thought of firecrackers. One reach the lunchroom after the
    i miles long, an easy 45 minutes witness thought there were four shots. Oswald could have madeIt
    drive. shots. Others thought t h r. .. from the southeast corner of TV ProgramBilliard
    The route had been well pub- Kellerman the Secret S e r vice the sixth floor In about a min- ,

    licized In the local newspapers man In the President's car, described -ute and a quarter without run table artist Willie .. fI
    I for three days, and news of the it as "a flurry of ning. Mosconl is guest on "In the
    I impending visit of the Presidenthad shots." The evidence points to Oswald turned away from I Margin of Culture," Tuesdayat
    been In the papers for three. Truly and Baker and walked on I p.m. over WUFT Channel I MEDICAL.
    weeks. Secret .agents There were at least a coupleof through the I u neb room. He 5. Producer director Mark Da-
    .
    had examined the rout and witnesses who saw the shots bought a bottle of Coca Cola men Interviews the world's poc-
    i had arranged with local police I fired One was Amos Lee Eunls at least he was carrying one a ket billiard champion and ASSISTAN .
    I for control of traffic and patrol- 15, who was facing the building moment later when be walked Brunswick advisor. '

    ing a railroad overpass crossIng as the motorcade passed it "I past another employee Mrs. R. Mosconl was on the University OUR SENIOR CITIZENHOLLAND CONSOLIDATE YOUR BILLS,
    above Elm Street a block was facing looking dead at the A. Reid, and headed toward the of Florida campus two FOR

    I from the book depository. window," Eunls said. "And so front stairway leading to the weeks ago for the annual billiard SAVE TIME AND MONEY
    .They did not Inspect building I seen this pipe thing sticking entrance. It was then 12:32: as tournament At that time r
    'along the route, and neither did out of the window. I wasn't pay nearly as the Investigators I he demonstrated his trick shots ASSOCIATESOne
    the police. It would not have ing too much attention to It. could reconstruct the time. and performed unusual scoring THROUGH THE I

    been normal procedure to do "Then this first shot was Two minutes after he shot the feats. Over 300 people Jammedthe
    j so, and there was no suggestion fired, I started looking around, President, Oswald walked out of Florida Union Social Roomin strongly supported medical assistance to Florida's loan..one place to pay. Now Associate. hone
    I of doing It. Pellet I I and thinking It was a backfire. Everybody the building, carrying a h a I If- order to see the champ. senior citizens through the KERR-MILLS BILL of America's largest finance companies,
    ,Secret Service men were supposed else started I looking emptied bottle of Coke, and, for 'which covers both hospital and doctor bills. It the problem of too many past and present
    Mee
    to watch roofs and windows around Then I looked up at the the time being, d 1 I. a ppeared. "Mosconl: Portrait of a WorldChampion" protect those who have the need and I II financedby Under Aaaociatea Bill Consolidation Plan, I
    rode