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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 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Partly cloudy and mild damesuflle89th Jcl

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Year, No. 97 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1964 NEWSSTAND PRICE lOc
NOM. Desev.a.o see
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ONa WIUK DAILY AND SUNDAYFire




I Hits Downtown Stores: WILD ABOUT BARRY



Fire destroyed one downtown store last night and partially dam not damaged

d aged four others when blazes ripped through the 600 block of W. Streit'i had just moved into Its new annex, which was painted
t University Ave., police said. and repaired In August.
Capt. B. F. Sapp Gainesville fire department, said he did not "From the looks of the place," Sherman laid "it will need a
know what caused the blaze but that trash in Fuller's Foto store new decorating Job."

might have been the cause. Charles Derr 22, JM N.W. Third St., who tried to kick a plate
Earl Davis owner of Fuller's the store gutted by the fire said glass door of Streit'i last night to save the cycles cut hit leg In
that faulty wiring may have triggered the flames, which took two two places and was taken to Alachua General Hospital, where he
hours to put under control was treated and released police reports showed.

Streit'i Honda shop was badly damaged. Police reports showed The fire started around U:M ..m., Capt. Sapp laid and wu
an undetermined loss. Manager Don Sherman said boiling water put out around 2:44 a.m. Two pumpers answered the call
dripped on about 40 motorcycles, valued at $171 to $860 each. DamJill'. Knit Shop and Cole'i Jewelry both were slightly damaged
age to the machines was not yet known. Streit'i Bicycle Shop was by smoke and water.



1700,000 PROJECT







1-75 Motel Going Up







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: InterchangeBy GOLDWATER GESTURES FOR SILENCE BEFORE CHEERING CROWD \
-.
1} NORM LaCOE New Hark mint,. chanted aad cheered as they hoard the sena.
Sun Staff WriterA tor's speech Ihnagh led speaker*
NEW YORK Aeasaad
Ypa .." tt ; + Eighteen people In lao Gnrdta K MM
YYy $700,000 motel and restaurant was men a Mcakutlaafonventlot
who are depending en a "silent" veto to put their
will be built at the Willis- candidate l In the White Route cheered thai a political ran,.,TeeMgerb 'ia
ton Road Interchange of Interstate chanted stamped their feet clap and yelled young mea MN INHMsl and 9W Tijf. posses.
stood their and toned ceafetH and
ea
71 southeast of Gainesville Mala
wept and squealed whittled and clangedcymbals (
waved signs or marched awed the Gardea
within coming months.
for !8 minutes and II aeceads Meaday
"',,1, ? Two other major motel-restaurant night In (erecting Sen. Barry M. Geldwater at floor rhsathig." "We want Barry" and "....'. ftBarry. ,
projects also are In the Madison Square Garden
I <4 works for 1-71 TIle standing tvattoa as Geldwater itttapM
JS vh ...Home's Motor Lodge of The enthusiasm spilled euttlde Into As street h start hit address exceeded by eight. ........;
Gainesville Inc, an Independent when Lout persons standing ta ttlh Street betweea la fact, Ike cheers and parades it San 11a.de.s.
s 1ht firm with a franchise from Eighth and Ninth Avenues, whls led and n when kt wen the Repnhlkaa nemkeaiin.

Jf2 .*.. the Horne' chain of motels and

r restaurants is building the new
', ; Williston Road project.A '
S p
100 unit motel and a restaurant Character Versus Corruption
; for fine dining are plan- \
'I
ned.A .
cocktail lounge figured In "

:; earlier eliminated thinking from but consideration has been Is Key rte Campaign-Miller JHJ ;

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Offfclall of the Home's firm aTALLAIIAMEE -" ,
"J-
aid they an not ready to talkbouLMproject (AP)*-+ Yh* man, It It nowS! ht vMtur Miller got raunH after roundof

...... yet. Republican.v I e e..p 'esldeottal.V ""'ntt''udlfnc ro.r"' L 1ft( approval. applause-with 1I11"JD.mJautetal.
The mainland restaurant-will i r nominee, Wllliim Ma',,ailed Ht was mtrodiMtd .. thtDemocratic
rise from i five -1Ct 1r.cf'on the presidential campaign "011I | pt< t7r* F0w
hecklers
,3\ the aodtheist corner of the In. of character versus corruption." One groupt Included: lfause.Ah 1 Ito r l' Horns, who

". terchange. The land originally., Speaking to a cheering crowd' whites and Negroes carrying a works for the Republican IkktUt
l large sign that said: "Vote for
., owned by X. L Henderson Ala- of some 1,900, and under fire Home also was cheered tnthuslastlcilly. -
chua County\ land and lumber Freedom r LBJ and r- -
from a few hecklers, Miller .
HH1I. The hit and
dealer Is valued at about $20,* signs torn
lambasted the Democratic administration by a youth "OoMwiler Miller saU that while.Damo-
000
an acn. In a speech Monday crate held KM WIllie House
A motel and restaurant J tbt'Home's for President" sign but wu not
from the Capitol steps. there has been military bond.
to
\ size as presently en damaged enough. bring It
( visioned would I contribute "Even Barry Goldwater'i enemies down.'s up In Cuba\ "and" It li kulkflng

roughly $170,000 a year to Aawonomy have never said he ta noty, Police pushed Mm a short up every day, that Americana.
art being killed In South VietNam
of Gainesville, through I a man of character Integrity distance away, and did not Interfere
ire, utilities, payrolls and local and with the courage of his conk with the hecklers hare and vilified In Panama, I',
the Congo Is In that
a mess,
purchase vlctions, Miller said r rasslng Muller Apparently no J'

(See MOTEL .. Page I) "If .ver we needed such tHe body was arrested Set MILLER ea Page t. .> '


I'w' Faints in, Johnson; Crowd ......, LBJ Jabs Harder in Dixie Drive I



I 1 \ille Police who waited carry a In woman Hemming who Park falated Monday fai the to hear turglngtcrowd<< Johnaon of thovaaada at Jaciaon WASHINGTON (AP) ..,... House long after dark he obviously them for they know not what pokes it Goldwater, did M of.aevv,. '
auks .
Prfaldoat a eaBHtoRpeech.
dent Johnson aims his campaign wu pleased about" his -v. they do"Johnson oral times Monday '
$, ,. .
JI at till Northeast today reception In the South even who smiled through At Macon. .he mentioned half '
'f'' .: after a swing Arooghtne Deep though( he was confronted In' much of the opposition chanting a dozen votes taken whoa he

I ,te' South In which hi lectured beds* Augusta, C.. with the most Insisted he didn't feel hurt or wai Senate Democratic leader.t
I MTFI) Fl M) 151 III UNH of Mscampalgn.
)en. assailed Bury Coldwatoroy severe heckling angry. on proposals to mcnatt defense
KKITII Al'STIN U WHERETO name and pranked to seek "We Just feel sorry" he said spending /
an end to NortMouth differ.eneei. .' "And I think that on New. I they '
Interrupted several! times at After each citation bt shouted I .
feel
to too
FIND IT are going sorry
TIll Combs Lumber and Supply i Com no Augusta" by chants of "We want Earlier, In Macon, Ca, Johnson : "Goldwster voted no and I ,\
Johnson wile to making more Barry, Johnson his voted "
rte a 100 cent employe participation till faced similar but less noisy >y*' f 1Johnson '
he some
per 'J .
Cosnka
.1. 14 and more direct Jabs at CoW" prepared text to do off' + suggested thafwun
I sited Fund' 19(9 campaign, partly becau of pro Goldwstor demonstrations
illustration used by Bill Combs A. ca..';,... ., ,4,17"21IMeeteleM water with the election only a the-cuff sermonizing on .proddmanners. ,*,* that Included the waving of outspoken Judge Goldwaler by alt deeds 'I .
"This United week away speaks tonight In inU-Johnson rather/ than his words
pledge to the Fund will cost placards .
you I 1V and Ivans' f }
jsi than a pack of cigarettes a week," he told *' t l iOMttsoftaa Boston. Pittsburgh AlbL He said: "I was always. Then he laid: "Some people Prom the President" standpoint "

employes The response was a doUar-a-monfh :,,y .M 2 villa Ind.N, before.M. for flying to taught as a little boy whoa people like to write signs about todrvlduals the high point of the .,'. "
pledge or $12 from each one. querqut aa overnight. didn't know any better and And I guess I would do journey cant at Columbia, '.c','
4
"I'm proud of our donation" reports Combs, "Not only did Opinion hat \ itay. when they made mistake, and" that too If I didn't how any where a poBet-estlmattd crowd

everyone pitch In on this but the company Itself pledged 1334.. Sswrta .' . 11,12Waman'i The President stumped when they were rude and whet Israel to talk about. But wt do of 10,101 to 70.. seeembled ;i"
Other similar efforts art being made all over Cainesville.Newis .t' through five cities fc.Jlorlda. they didn show good manners have Issues.* outside the Capitol building of "
the time to evaluate your civic participation. An you doing your. . S Georgia- ant Imlk: rnatlsa, to turn your other ..) ..anct",,I The President who only recently that potttfcaOy uncertain atilt :.,t
fair share Monday. Returning to the White say 'Dear Lord, please forgive has begun to take direct to cheer bum.M .
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1 Oswald's Plans for Future Are Still a Puzzle 1, .1 J JlUn


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By JACK WILaON. Cawtes WaWASHLNGTON. ..... Dare boarded a but then rode a couple of blocks back toward No ore la known to have seen him again until U minutes r
D. C. OBI of tile .., mntoriH that remained the depository Nan got elf and look a Ul The bus driver gave later when he turned up walking; along the sidewalk eight <' /; "

unsolved when the Warrea Oimmhttsn Hnlshtd. Ha tovestlgatloo him a natter, which wu sun to Oswald pocket when he was blocks "n.' f

of tile murder of President Jthn Keanst> who what arnstod. mm It police were able to conclude that he boarded That.: \1 -,;

the assassin planed M 4to afterward. .. UN bus shad 12:. awl left It four, minutes later. hour after the polio radio had first broadcast: a dttcrtottoa. tf!"&; <.* r
Lee Harvey Ctald had |U M the President killer -' "white, malt, spprahnatoty ,...'.j'f:
ta hh pocket ... ha waa ee. old. slender" build, five feet 10 Inchet. about M psjunos." {,** '*"' a
rested. He bad left lilt rat ef I Iha
f The description had been provided by Howard L. ,
I .r.h \ssassinafion BrenaaaTaVho ,
worldly wealth $l7B-wtth .
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had seen the killer shoot at tile President from a sWWIstr.ln.w .
hit wife when he went It work ) .
the morning At President wat | ef the depository. |> **
shot The deacrlpunn was pretty accurate ActuaU,. Oswald waa,' *

There was ao Indication that ha had ....... aced B* took At sari to vials a short distance of hit roomingHMO. 24 years old. five feet nine and weighed wily about 141 ......
escape or made any preparation! htyend OH Msntnt when anl arrived Inert about I p m The housekeeper, kaarl- but moet witnesiei estimated him a bale older and aoawwbat .

he hurried ont. ef the Teiat School leek nipsiniry after fta tnt llehsMs sew MIll one In and a moment later, hurry out heavier. -
shooting. .. teas* tfpaaaf. ay tht treat ef a light Jacket She didn't blow The description, rebroadcest 'by ,..uc. at 12:. lad tt:tt !
t
A And yet ata snovesntntt apyiansj ta Jam Bere ptarpeaq flkat. ktrhsdaejoparked. .Me revolver, a snulHioeed ..."and p. In apparently was pod eaoua*. .* PatrijBfji J. D.TIppI. \ '
up to the moment when- ha killed a...d ... a.d appesegAy ,..went i Ma At vnMhaad of bit trousers where till JextetMSMttsdlt cruising along III. prowl ear net far ban OwahTi nonmg c
became absorbed only la iinljsjsj amnt his ninU nmlmta. > .house.Tlpplt. "
tPresMent Men Meets later toU atveKlgaton that whfle Onrildva saw Oswald walking oa Aa sll..... sltfpti and tijl'1' ,,
Kennedy WIt shot at 12;. pm ..... B. IMt.Two '1 to kes ream a Daflat price car drove slowly peat the twist called him ever to the ear Mrs. Helen Markham vattne* 'It .;" .
minutes later Oswald vat teen .!./ .. Arengh Aa kasrhrannn prod awnentaruy.. and sounded Us .... who wu standing on KM curb wKhta HI ltd if iht aWaae, air'g "" Ii"
la the ..... off a At depository buff og. and a ..... Mar at Ml At knfld- She dui ncogaiM At occupants she said alAongh she Oswald approach tile car and toft In Tsjptt throes* 0s* rich .. .. ; it
..n- artklaa th Jack InC. aJd ena actually kasai tttn Anac* At star.HU bow several policemen wile worked to At neighborhood, and band mi window.Hit \\ .'
Wilas sU7.. W.,. krnaedtarO. ebtort MOM hhnvehatntogotenttfAts efct vasal sun ef the ear number. Police had no record sim couldn't bear what vat acid: hit she sawtlhe' peiesattaa Ma'
..... ,...... Pofct sham were icnasaalaC. people van nnaV ef fltfr can having been to he area at that taw.b get out ef Aa Mlt.bath deer and Hart to anvad If. e ?,;
see tkeodea tl. ., rn.wtJo. tog abort. aad there was phnrvfl etnlnatonJteovw'kin ....' any ..... Oswald dkfcl get kilo the ear. K Ihera wan front of the ear toward Oar.11.ges J ",q ,
.. l-.r.., ..... II... dnd.. t ... nee"t /'"V_ ..... aeherU MV hhn a moment later sUndtof at the '' "
khritt BWOT fnas At o ...,.. hat slap aereet At street trim tile rooming houm.a .. AMAwl race It, ,': ; ; 'J

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PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. Enters Plea Weather Roundup

Health Center's Provost 11

In Murder : 1



Case, HerePre XONIS c System Is Termed Best 1t


sentence investigationwas A Cloudy lo portly cloudy ond
'lit tjaNO mild'' 11I- W.dn.ld'v. Low ".''IehfN cur CORMIER within
e.rye By Dr. Harrell Is leaving the College the University of Florida.
ordered Circuit JudgeJ. .
I
by M. High Wodnndoy 7* to I
C. Adklns this morning for SMtorly wad 11* || mile on hour. Sues Education Writer of Medicine where he has Health Center Provost Dr.
who pleaded B C T- Partly cloudy tonight 1R Differences between Collegeof been dean for 10 years to accept Samuel Martin and L. R.
a Negro woman
and Wednesday. Possibly a Medicine Dean George T. a similar position at Pennsylvania (Rush) Jordan director of the >'
to manslaughter.Mrs.
guilty
few showers Wednesday Low Harrell and the University of State University on University Hospital said the
Caretha Armstrong
changed her plea of not guilty tonight in the mid 60s. High Florida are based on philosophical November 1.Yesterday. UF's administrative problems

murder before Wednesday around 80. East- W reasons and not personality Dr. Harrell told were common to any growing
of first degree
after erly winds 10 to 20 miles an clashes, the two lead In. the Sun the main reason for his institution of like complexitysuch
Adkins shortly
Judge this hour this afternoon and Wed- administrators of the J. Hillls leaving was because of frustration as the Health Center.
9:30
morning.She court convened. at : nesday and S to IS miles an H Miller Health Center said today over administrative procedures Commenting on Dean H.r.reU' -

was charged with the hour O _tonight.Portly cloudy through Wodn* in separate statements.JrwperBll. both at the state level and statement that the provost

murder of Zack Bridges, a .... lAw tonight" In tho 0.. High .INrI. system at the UF medical system
WdnMy rmr M. ..,.." wlndi IIM
Windsor dairy' worker on June N mllM OT hour.S More AboutMotel was cumbersome Dr. Martin
P Portly cloudy through Wod.noMoy. __ "
said the of coordinated
pattern
13. Investigating deputies I aid lAw tonight In Iho ... High I
Bridges and Mrs. Armstro n g's wdMday M IM mid ". 5ut'I\: GAINESVILLE WEATHER supervision over all J
'" let N mlloi on hour
husband Butler were fightingIn :,,hews .... w_ny 5.by I .s iiMunicipal Airport readings health services: such as practiced

front of the BrUges home muss.0 -..Partly huI ':= through. WodnM.dy. for 24 hours to I a.m. today I at the University of Florida

and Mrs. Bridges apparentlyshot law Knight' n..r 71. High WyeHigh 78 at 3 p.m., low 5( at has been found the most effective.
our M. Itiltrly wlndt
From 1
Bridges with a .22 caliber :-r.:: m hour.H 12 midnight No rain.ALMANAC Page .
I cloudy through Web
Portly I Two other motel restaurant "The University of Florida de-
pistol. n..d.y. L.w tonegnt 70 fin lunwt todoy 147pm.lunrlM .
Mrs. Armstrong was represented m.Sal High SMtgrly Wodnndoy wind II to to mid N. mil.or ==onond MoonrlM smr.w' ...::.:.:.:.:..'. I:M ..m.: 'projects are being studied for cided earlier to follow the provost -

by attorney James T. 1555, 000 Nn.M ,N. Wsn.Mp. lMt ,uoror twilght, todoy .'''''' HJOpiti.4.J. p.m.MOMININT sags .., 1.71. and a third project the pattern Practically every
I I* II mlin an hour tonight.TIMPSPJATUIII
Thomlinson. ILIIHWHim 101 1Nan,.. rim 1 ITAP.I........... 117pm.Tho : : Raraada Inn already is un- school in the South Is using the
Judge Adklns also sentenced High -Uw "Protlp.JockwrnrllK Plolodot. high" obovo" Aldrboron.To I der construction near the University system and more and more In
( Iht right Nh. globes h Ihoplonot
Nick Fields to one year In state Miami 70 n .11 JupiinWla hi .... lilt o( n 8" of Florida in Gaines the North an turning to it,"

prison and a fSOO fine or an additional T_. SI 11' MANsnt. ill MOM It mo..,.., Cooolli..) 'I ville.R. said Dr. Martin.

six months In Jail for N.w 5555.,Orlo.n0 10 4J.us' Wodnouloy-rllgh CROAK" KIT ot '::111 TIDIS o m. ondpro. C.A T. Loehr president of the Jordan said some of the
transporting and possessing WMhkigtonChkog NOW ;Voft : :: low of 12.a ...... and 2:1. ,.m.1 Gainesville! Motel Association: problems an traceable to an

moonshine. 11 54 MARINI POP.ICAITf ,said the 1-75 and downtown motel organizational setup which was

Field's attorney asked the Dn_., city 4J 71 N 3P .10 ..lAst.,. through GULP, fully wind"..11,II cloudy to M markets are quite differ- adequate years ago but has now

,A JJd a::JtlM r."f' t fl't.':a7_ court to consider his poor p., W,55 11 .1 .11 wll .....1.,. Mown WodnMdoy... III ,.,,,", ,,...... aPCCewill. lent! outlived its usefulness.
: \
"J( w health In issuing the sentence. i "There Is a real. need for motels "There Is no denying that the I

""' .- {\ : Judge Adklns I Instructed ( on the interstate," Loehr University of Florida has administrative I
V'j' ,! jurors to report back next tutuartetfPuoofol !said. He noted that travelers on problems Jordan '

.t' 'e\j. Monday noting that court TRUCKS the superhighway need a place said. "I know of no orll8nlzaj
l -
would not be held on else ties ar Ee where they-can.stop overnight tion of similar size and com

"t...' !""" ;\.rt'''1tf. day. M ewo -. irrongtmonti ""' ... ovilliblo, will" bo found width Pvnorol/ Nolkot! SpI00lUinta or for meals before continuing I plexity that Is free of such prob I
"
Loehr is maaager of the Howard lems.

Xt 1 ..i About THOS. FERGUSON Patricia F. Parker, Miami; Johnson's Motor Lodge on Jordan cited two of the I
(IP Wlroohoto by coMt t. Sun) More may
MICANOPY-Thomas Charles son, Kenneth Mph
Wayne Ferguson NW 13th St. jor problems of concern to \university -
Ferguson 65, Micanopy died San Salvador; sister Mrs. Myrtle Howard Johnson's is planning administrators. The I

Campaign CompanyAs MillerFrom Monday at his home after an F. Jordan Tampa; brother a motel restaurant on 1-75 first, he said, Is the tremendous -

extended Illness. W. M., Gainesville; and three I Obey the plated sped "Iknltt hoping to break ground late this numbers of administrativelevels

Mrs. Lyndon Johnson speaks at the Tyler He was a retired building grandchildren.EVA They hm been tstsbllshed to year In the state's system

Texas, Host Garden the Democratic Party symbol contractor and had lived and I provide sits mnknum (lmlllunder / ,which delays approval on faculty
HENRY Holiday Inn also Is studyingthe
a donkey, roams the crowd and punctuates her Page 1 worked In Alachua County forM LAKE BUTLER Miss Eva fsvorabh conditions In question. appointments, and second
speech with an occasional bray. Mrs. Johnson and years. I each local",. j.jg the inflexibility of the i
three wives of the Cabinet officers mad a flylqg India would rather do business Surviving: are his widow Mrs Henry M, died Monday mornIng Both firms are looking at sites of budgeting. system

campaign. tour slopping In Tyler Monday. ; with Russia than the United Eunice O'Dell Ferguson; mother Illness.at her home after a brief Mental Health at the Newberry of 1-75. Road Interchange Under the present system In
and
States that England
UN DELAY GETS ESCORT"Georgle France, "no longer trust us" Mrs. Margaret Moore Ferguson Born In Pittsburgh Perm. The superhighway has been, Florida.- II -n I vffmMmm submit.

In nuclear matters that federal Tampa; daughter Mrs. she has lived in the Lake But Officers Named open only three months from their budget requirements to

Secretary-General U Thsnt '. Porgy" Leonard; budgets have been unbalanced ler area for the last 20 years. I Alachua south. the State Board of Control. The

has relayed to the 112 U.N. sn 11 year-old senior arrivedat for four years, that the antipoverty Chinese Meal She was a member of the Rai- Officers of the Mental Health The Ramada Inn project In board then refers budget re

members a proposal to delay i Attleboro, proposal was In effort ford Baptist Church. Gainesville Is under construction quests to the State Budget Com
f'WA'
the opening of the General Assembly -j Mass., KI.hr-1 'to buy the peoples' votes with To Be ServedAt I. Survivors Include a sister, Section of the Florida Public at U. S. 441 (SW 13th St.) mission and from there they go

from Nov. 10 to Dec. ;School Monday their own money," and that the UniversityA Mrs. Mary Krupa, Fowler, Health Association elected at and W. University Ave. It will to the legislature.

1. with his attorney form program has been a fail Ohio; and a brother Thomas the close of the association's 36th Include 150 motel units, plus Approval of budget requests

A spokesman said a few nations Ernest I. I ure." Chinese meal will be served Henry also of Fowler annual convention in West restaurant and other services. then follows the same long path

have expressed approval :Rotenberg and "On' of this have Ramada Inn, when. back to the universities.
top we at I p.m. Thursday at the Palm Beach over the weekend opens
In addition to the 41 countries 1 Deputy Sheriff Bobby Baker Billie Sol Estes ,University of Florida Student Free Classes Included Dr. Ed. Byrnes will be the 15th motel on U. S. Both Martha and Jordan said

that made the request. Robert E. and Walter Jenkins," Miller ,Union as one of a series of suppers Planned ForBabysitters 441 in the Gainesville area, and there is some hope for relief in
Blackburn.Leon.rd t Gainesville, chairman; Mrs. will add 30 the Board of
The postponement was sought said. planned by the International per cent to the motel proposed Regents
to give the United States and Its ] had Miller accused the Democratsof Committee under the chairmanship Lillian Cralgo Sarasota, vice capacity along the highway.As which will be voted on as a con-

allies tuna to try to convince the "been barred" "trying to distort Goldwater' of Jane Kimbrell. The chairman; and Mrs. Marie of July 1, then were 42 situtional amen dment in the
from attending Free classes will be given Swinford, Gainesville secretary motel. In Alachua witha Nov. I election.
new Soviet leaden the Soviet views on the Issues, and said event Is open to the public. County
classes since September because Monday evening from 74:30: In treasurer. total of 664 "The and
Union should pay about $55 ( the Republican presidential candidate Tickets may be purchased for rooms passage implemen-
of his Beatle hairdo. babysitters' safety at the J. tation of the Regents Amendment
million In U.N. peacekeeping would keep the peace because I$1.50 until noon Wednesday at
dues. Failure to pay could cost Blackburn carried a restrainingorder he "believes In a strong Room SIS Florida Union or at Hillis Auditorium.This Miller. Health Center Fallout MeetIs Work'' Started will cure many of the administrative

Moscow IU vote In M{ sssenvblv. Issued Saturday by Su- military posture and the Communists the International Center. problems now pla-
perior Court prohibiting the superintendent year's material Is different geeing J higher education in Florida
never start wars they
k A movie about Formosa wil
Held Here
and principal 01 don't think they could win."- from last year's, accordtng- On4LaningTALLAHASSEE ," Jordan said
be shown, and Chinese students to Mrs. safely ,:
George Singleton
Attleboro High from keeping Miller came to Tallahasseefrom I
will present a program of en- 'Committees. ef the Alachua Work has
George Leonard away from Marietta Ca., and movedon chairman for the Woman'sMedial : -
A .school. to Baton Rouge and New Orleans tertainment. A student from Auxiliary. County School board and County ,been started on a 5MM4 project '
In the final week before India, Dipak Roy will play or- Future classes Include Instruction Commission wen to meet at to four-lane the segment '

HARMFUL the Nov. 3 election. I lentil music on an Asiatic gui In mouth-to mouth 4 p.m. today with state Sen. of U. 1 M hading from Interstate i'x'1"'

I resuscitation and a panel discussion Emory(Red) Cross In his office 75 to Lake City the State

Dr. Linus Pauling, twice wIn- tar.Civil period covering the en-: to discuss fallout protection Road Department announced

ner of the Nobel Prize, claimed Flee GermanyBy RightsLecture tire course. In new public buildings. today.Johnson's .

today that two million peoplenow !! SetA OUMAII: 'IV. .. A. U.,. C.'..
living will die from cancer TrickeryBERLIN 55,14 555 ... rellrtd mla.t' ,. ,......, .
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In an address to 600 trade It Issue will be given I Thursdayat Raising :c... I: ave. 7. O.b, can.duclM .
escape group says ...
union members Pauling said he 1 M .Ie.. '.rlll will be 1ft 11
sneaked nine East 1:15: In the Universityof P"uw.r' C.'smy .by
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expects the French to explode a Germ.nsl lbn N D_... ..... _.Ie,..... Run
the Berlin w.llln a tiny Florida Auditorium.The 1
through C1It .
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Italian car before Communist lecture entitled Issues Win
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to Says ot Alochu Ooiwol N.plll.,
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Pacific. If they do, he said It
guards caught on. and Equal StaUon".1D be Oolnoivlll, oflor long ,Illnoil.,, Acllvopoilbtorori
will lead to gross physical an will bo inMimn' II h.i
mental defects In 500,000 unborn The organization made a secret given by Dr. Medford Evans, a I

children. compartment In the car by consultant to the John Birch BRISTOL, Tenn. (AP) Sen. traditionally Republican lot this plunge to socialism, this MICUION. M*. TNOMAI CN".US- x

I reducing the size of the gas tank I Society Gen. Edwin A. Walker Barry Goldwater accused President era Tennessee. e.sl-I careening 90-mile-per hour rideto .puM.1.. oJ. .Nnic... mulln" t, uMNtn Mr. pIOu.u. will.

II.I. .\ and altering! the engine. Conservative Society of Johnson today of playing "Somebody" Goldwater ruin Is a violation of every Oc be_lIo'd W It J.5045. ,..... en WNM.dw_..
The operation ended when a America and the Citizens' CouncIL upon questions of race religion "and It's got to be you must tell limit that the majority of Americans Ch/ with D,. M U.WIIIIT a odm !'
Ibrahim Abboud Sataa's hidden la the I. America In his who Senn. f/.. ....Ie... 'u.11I will a15nd
women compartment of America.The and hardship In this man who uses race, want to set. M. dlr.cll.. II WIIIamFThan.ss .
president, dissolved. the e.bl- moved during a passport program sponsored by drive to keep the White House. uses religion who uses hardships "On such a ride" he said, ,_.1 Nan..

set said the military supreme check. Guards arrested the the Florida Union Forums Com The Republican presidential who uses everything and I"we may never have another H....". Mill ova p_II Nn.

council Monday sad look overall woman and the driver. mittee Is open to the public. ,candidate said Johnson wantsan everybody to further his political chance short of the crack-up lie.k. ..N..,. Mill II I'N 5,5'M.Nury.. ._.. It, will..
ptwtrs. His aches' was a election-day mandate to set ambitions somebodymust which socialism promises and OcMa, 5. INS. II Russ, 5.l,.l
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crassest riots that left aum- I plunge to socialistic ruin. voles cannot be bought cannotbe threatens." _. ... lurlll.... .will..n.be 5.. M M S.da'r_c.try pu- t
cress dead and "jIre4.THREATENS. In TV Theft "He won't be satisfied wIthjust coerced and will not be hi i At Madison Square Garden, Rural Nosy II Lily Satin. /
PARIS (AP) The Defense
sn election he wants to jacked." capacity 11,000, there were no MILLlA" MI. JAMsu L Canal
Ministry says France will begin Herbert L. Downs, 55, Mic be crowned" the Arizona senator A self-styled underdog in the empty seats. Tickets sold for U ._...Ie.12.. a will, M lie,. J I"/s_.....I.MIII._..
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tests next year on missiles capable anopy Is being held by Gainesville said. "He wants total trust election a week away Gold- to 11,000. W-.y. Ottss 55 7054 II.....
Pa"l S. Back, 35. a Miami of delivering Its nuclear Church: II N.. Naury '. nil,/,
for Investigation
police on suspicion total love, total power over your water asked Tennessee voters: I Two of New York's top Republicans UOM5, w'III' '.. JAy 5,15,, __
junior college student and folk bombs and launching satellites of larceny. lives... "Do we want raw and naked Gov. Nelson A. SN/lr15 Itloa" ..Ice...?..CwlwNy..- aIN_' will n?lie.''ft..
singer has Into orbit Downs was arrested yester Johnson Is the "most power power and ambition in the Rockefeller and Sen. Kenneth .8 roc,... II WIIIIyntTh.as punnN
been accused t-j HM' ministry said It will continue -day when police found a fIII.15! hungry man In American poll- White House Power stripped of Keating were In Albany, Nan. '

of threats/ to use Mirage IV jet fight portable television set In his I tics" Goldwater said In a humility, stripped of common: N.Y., where Keating was cam 'N".,M...55,1. IDA. No COO C._Shaw PwN. ...sun IS,,, 'ien

against PresK j i er-bombers to deliver France'satomic possession at 2023 N. W. 6thSt speech prepared for delivery In honesty devoid of any morality ,paigning.! He says he Is not supporting WIN lie 0555 II. ..... .. Tu..d.v.

dent Johnson's bombs until about 1967. The set fits the descriptionof Bristol.He except the morality of get, the Goldwater. OcMar Cllycl, win 11. 014 I.. II W. _p ....,O.atl.t.1'1 ,a

lit* by a fellow 61 when the missiles will be- ont stolen from Kwik FI i II hopped Into the South with morality of grab and the morality I When Goldwater stepped to ..IV....Ie..5Chn. Jurlll sell1 slow.' ..a lot t.Nn115 AMINa' C_nib

student Farmer Japaaese foreign come operational. TV Service J28 N. Main on Oct. London Ky., also on his schedule of gifts for the favoredfew the rostrum, the crowd cheered ,_,y --II-_ .

Back appeared Hat minister Allchlre Fijlyama Is I 11. after a wild, full-house rally !" 'and cheered. He smiled and 1 11,55 pwwN N 15555 L '_iii. ".5..w 51.5

I preliminary -, J a leading contender to me Sub at Port In New York's Madison Square Goldwater said Johnson's 'waved for 20 minutes, then triedto .al.yay. July.'It.,.nun 1,10 Mss'a, LIC, 555._WII,y a_,..

hearing eeed Premier Hayate Ikeda Pharmacy Garden. I 'course' is too far left. start his speech. The crowd lld.. 1ft AladNy 1 .Cm'v_...ad .... "... '
Monday before wile pens to step dews because HONO KONG (AP) The, Exams Passed There before a crowd of "It would lead to a socialist wouldn't let up so he sat down. M......ew. C/NNvl WII a, 77 ...... II AMbcn

V S. Commlsimner .f Illness. Fujiyama.who U.S. nuclear-powered submarine more than 11,000 that cheered M America." he said. "Perhaps Finally the roar quieted."A ..&.MIl,. M'" OU IILL-I'II a.,. '
Roger Davis, and was ordered Ml Los Angeles Monday Sell Dragon arrived today Leslie B. Chepenlk and Peggy minutes before he could start presided over by Lyndon John I week from tomorrow there tor "e.s" ",_ with' be sty II

held under $25,000 bond for J..... ls completing a for a three-day stay In Hong Owen Flagg of Gainesvillewere his speech Goldwster accused son's handpicked successor, will occur the major political II 1:11: Mt....a.m.an"w... TNNn. _Chn0, 17.1ft nu.. 0

(lor grand jury "ctlon. See storyon world tear which Included visIts Kong. She Is the first nuclear among the SO pharama- Johnson of "political Hubert Humphrey the American upset of this century," Goldwater w,db .... Dymiw, NMlt.y Mka.won
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Page I) with President Jthassa ,powered vessel to visit the Brit clsts who recently passed the!daddylsm ss old as demagogue politician: whose roots are declared: and the cheers _NM -Y. -solo 1M a.N.w lit "MM, II

and farmer Soviet Premier ah colony on the coast of Communist Florida Board of Pharmacyexam ; and despotism." deepest In radical socialism/" I sounded anew. M.-.....a.aw_5555155455.And lit _a_Nw. a.M.
TO CUBA .Kkmhckev. China. given In Gainesville. '' It was mon of the same today Goldwater added: "The pace The New York t u uou tIIs MN OcMnc -4 N AbtAca
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Peter Cre.... 39 of Portland Sun a aA1ld.ed
Ore a spokesman for the I Gator fan Isn't too happy -1 O Krm fork Ilmr aa average of three to six hours concerned 31 children brought fatigue that tile children have([families, particularly the fathers

marchers Slid they expect the about the growing ,in front of television sets on to the hospitals at Lackland Air'only enough energy for television -' were unwilling to forego eenirea ewe..
Coast Guard to Intercept them. ity of the University of By WALTER SULLIVANNEW weekdays and six to 10 hours Force But In Texas and Fairchild watching.In their evenings in front of television 5Ra/.dwt. nil Sunday mamit -
I da football team. POPUIar-1 YORK Excessive on Saturdays and Force Base near'' and soon !the children Nlnt b Gwmtvillo fuk-
Wt expect the boat to be con-I make Sundays.This Air each of the 30 cases the <* 101

'bel...," .ha tald. "When we Six football tickets child televiaion. ill. it viewing was reported can Mon-a was wen above the avenge -'Spokane, Wash.la parents wen told to terminate had drifted. back into their old :J..c-c... ......,...':
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till be stopped we don't know.,1The I the Auburn game Saturday and! day. The Illness was described established In a separate note of the cases did the the child's television viewing I I j The II Pest. ice w-

troop members of the three for the Miami Florida I as the "tired child syndrome." surrey of M children of Air parents mention excessive time!icompletely. The effects wen,I Capt.. Richard report was M. Narkewicx presented: and by i -RNradaq. 1 t..

"ommlttat for Nonviolent Acon -''game a total value of about Its symptoms art those typ--Force personnel Then the av.eragt spent hi front of television.. This'II dramatic.: tilt U cases when{was co. authored by Capt CMCUUTMM lAm BYCAaam

started their protest $30: according to police reports ical of anxiety conditions: weekday television time came to light only through questioning tile Instructions wen followed Stanley N. er.... Both oa MA&
'..tnat restricted US. travel to'were stolen from the perked chronic fatigue loss of IIpetJtlte. was found to be two and a !half of the family and hi:fully the symptoms vanished(!pediatricians with the Air Force are I WM .41

\ la Quebec last spring. carofN.E Griffin 534 N. Mala headache and vomiting.The hours with six hours on week most cases: only after several',within two to three weeks. TIle Medical Carpe II I Ma* S.SS

Severs! doses marchers start- St. ailment\ was discussed In end days In some of the young examinations. ((other 11 chlldrea, allowed u At a news conference Narke- All won. .........
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.") said they would bad to- his car was parked on a N. W. of Pediatrics, based on a roughly a quarter of their waking some sen.. ,.e. Introspective a day. wen fret of symptoms : children become ..... c..bwaLA.

rrd Cuba to their 2f.'ooIlIIolorj.6th Ave. between S and 4 p.m.. study at two Aip Force Hos hours. children, television can becomea h three tt six .... J UonaDy involved, .In shows that ne. Mr._w ?"-n.'e. CMvi.bjH-.i

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h'".., r,.. "...... rikHiki New York's Honest Ballot Association comes up with an ,
THE SUN'S POLICY .. .
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v f 1 astounding figure. In the forthcoming election, it predicts, at

1. Rtport the IIIWS fully And ImporflotV to the hews column %" least 2,500,000 votes will be either Illegally cast, or ins ,;
2. txprau the opinion of the Sun In--tut only K-editorials. China I s validated. These votes must not be dismissed as representing
I. Publlrfi eH aides of Important conlrovirilol IMUM. a mere three or four per cent of the electoral total, so what
the heck. The entire purpose of corrupt voting is significantly
i The Sun's telephones: All department 378-1411 Shakes to affect the outcome of an election. Forty thousand votes

strategically deployed would have turned the country over
to Mr. Nixon in 1960. Two and one half million votes,

1 strategically cast could cause landslide results in any past I

II. "V The Change in Russia The GOPWASHINGTON American election, and certainly would do so"In this one.


r IN THE PAST, both major parties have done this kind of
Conflicting cross-currents of the By the looks of things now, this NOT E S-
;, thing let's face face
Red it. But, let us it, the temptation is
{ political change In Moscow will policy will continue. Brezhnev ia No. Chun's first nuclear blast bigger for the Democrats. Because they control the political

sent a shock wave around the machinery In most American cities and it Is there that the
puzzle Westerners for some weeks 1 In the hierarchy Judging by his ;
oft-shaken Mother Earth. But marginal vote is so often crucial. Control of the major cities,
ahead, no doubt, u they surely must position In the lineup on top of
it Is quite likely that it was Y moreover, usually means control of the Judicial: machinery.
I be puzzling the citizens of Russia It- Lenin's tomb at the ceremonies honoring the Republican party that was The reason why vote-stealing occurs on a massive scale is

1 self. the three latest cosmonautsand moat shsken. .'.,..-.J e-...- because appeals against it tend to be heard ,by Judges who
owe their offices to the exuberance of precisely the men who

There are a number of indications by the fact that he made the Senator Goldwater does not, "WHO SAYS WE HAVE NO MEANS OF DELIVERY?" ire hauled up before them to receive punishment! In Chicago

save In the of his moatdedlc.ted
I that Nlldta Khrushchev was reI speech. eyes In 19SO no lest than 662 election ',
l fit Into the picture
I moved from power because: of hit of a world In which a disturbed officials were accused ofIrregularities. j;
I moves toward reconciliation with the Brezhnev and the new premier Russia has moved in Charges

I\I Western powers. His scheduled trip Alexei Kosygin, may be only quiet new executives, China has I Voice of the People i against them were quickly
ing the populace until they can make .
to West Germany la given u an detonated a nuclear test device dismissed after only a small
their control of the regime secure. and a British Labor Party
example. Dedicated Communists in part of the available evidencehad

I both the Soviet Union and East Germany Or, in the Inevitable scratching for majority will seek of four to seats.rule with a -.On The Sun's Opinion Page.n4 been heard. Dismissed bya
bosses there
thought this might be the beginning position under the new judge who, what do you-'
could be a new change with a different OM MHHMHtt .0 I.. rMfcrt Mt w. ..... I I. Hi* Veto .* the ,...|. ......... Lester
of a move to give up the THESE THREE events occurred Must k. ii iM4 ems kw Ik* wriin'i .1111...*. Humn will be wltkhU' II ,..wt..... A .ktttr shield. know, was precisely the lime
East German satellite and agree to complexion.But In the span of a dl,. see ...*..| SOO weeds .114 mutt k* w Mn ee rein. MM side .. ski .._. PMtry MUM to ..... The gentleman who had hi the
1m ttnrt tk. rfekl, M ,,1"' e.v .Mater *r M MM!** It, wllkmrt ch.nf in* Ik. writer I ....m.* w
a united Germany. It was possible, however, for ....... first instance certified the I
t so far as can be told now the Mr. Goldwater to place an accused election officials! to I
the choice offered
Khrushchev replacement was more a Stands Up day us is Florida's Robert King High.
; "Hard-line" Communists also have emphasis on domestic affairs. serve as such.
with his administration gradual enslavement to Communist
matter of disagreement
Our state has been
been concerned about Khrushchev'stalk governed
of government than He admittedly sought for "gut For GoldwaterEDITOR tyranny on the one The New York Honest Bal
of peaceful co-existence his acceptance issues." He tried a charge of by vested Interests too ,
hand and lot Association is only one organization -
with the direction of policy. The military war on the
l of the partial nuclear test administration long, and It la time to return
an soft on communism -
Sun: I subscribed other. In the field asking
ban and his with Com criticism of Khrushchev publishedin the reins of government backto t
treaty split
and dropped It. One b your newspaper after having voters to take pains to make
Pravda centered on his Would we react the If the people. A write-in vote
munist China. The growing Independence same
day he sick of the ethn1cII'OIIJII
was read It off and on for sure that they are not dis- t
"subjective approach to economic shown these true Soviet alternates for Robert King will
High
assure
of the East European satellites who he said the
run three years when visiting In franchised. Another is the
is believed by some Moscow problems and "drifting in Communist ? I am sure wo would that rightful return.
He
this
country dropped so fine
construction." He also lam your city. How sorry I Fair Campaign Practices
diplomats to be a factor in Khrush war immature quickly one could almost! hear am that I wasted my money It l choose neither alternst 1 v e s RONALD A. WICKNICK Committee. The most practical
basted for "harebrained schemes

chev's dismissal.On It fan and hear too the frantic You have as of now, because they are
conclusions and hasty de done no thing l but false campaign I have seen has \
voice of his advisers saying berate a fine Senator who alternatives. Americans 20th Century been plotted by an organization j''
cisions.. ,
the other hand the statementsby would, with such understanding

"For God's sake, Senator would make a wonderful and that calls Itself Opera- ':
the leaders of the new regime don't say that again" "Honest" President of the massive, choose victory thro ugh Political Facts lion Eagle Eye. It Intends to
This is Marxist lingo for laying peaceful
pressures,
seem designed to show that the watchers
post carefullybriefed
Later he People of the United States. such as forcing the Communist
that Khrushchev was not doing a was saying that
Khrushchev foreign policy will be EDITOR, Sun: As a resultof in the techniques ilf L
continued. In his first statement of good enough job in carrying out programs forced association Is as bad After just listening to Dean Iron to Curtain live within its its own the considerable correspondence political larceny, at critical ,
forced or
for economic advancement. as separation This apparently Burch and learning that Senator own resources polling places..; .. .
since assuming the of first that has
policy post was criticism of the Instead of balling it developedIn ..
secretary of the Soviet Communist The rate of Soviet economic growth, civil rights bill and was an Goldwater had been refused out when It Is filled with internal your columns recently over THEY WILL KNOW for in-*' 1

I I Party Leonid Breshnev reaffirmed while still ,rapid, has alowed down appeal, one must assume In equal time on the three difficulties. We have "None Dare Call It Treason," stance, how Important It Is to:

the policies of peaceful co-existence, since 19(0. Khrushchev has had the absence of clarity, for the major networks, and then listening this choice today for freedom I felt stirred to actually read examine the reading on the

disarmament and equality little success with agriculture, despite Kxalled backlash vote. Whatever to the ridiculous statements and peace with Barry Gold- parts of the book. I cannot dial of a voting machine, in

Communist Brezhnev among said his close attention to it, since the intent, It was not Intellectually made by the three water.If agree with the author's t'-c- order to make sure it Is registered
parties. a but his
I or factually hon.eat sis criticisms are
I policy of reducing international tenalons 1958. People who natrnnlu m.Uuranti NBC news commentators, freedom be your goal, very often thought provoliig at zero; how important
-c o-iiOi"i; whose names I shall not state In your heart you know this and should be read it Is to count the number
was the only reasonable policy or hotels by anyone
I felt I had to "stand up" for is right Why cannot these of people who vote. and compare -
Pravda criticized him for "unwill at all inclin
under modern conditions.. sociate" save as they person Senator Goldwater because he stated politically it against. the number ,
ingness to take into account the ally choose to do. Pupils at concepts though ed.
will stand up for our nation's again and again 'under. that the machine .)1 I cislly
His statement ab \ii 'tquallty achievement of science and practical schools always have formed freedom. stood, Clearly though. the book disgorgeslaw .> make l'el'o
their own groups of as is balsed take that'every voter t jlp.- &
experience. This could have a reference OBSERVER, ; towards the assumption
Communlat evidentlywas
among parties sociates. The bill does not We the people of the US. that erly registered Recent abuses "
designed to reassure the restive to his campaign to plow up the "10 r e." association in any have seen and heard enoughon society, etc. are patriotism good only free are In these and many other

countries of East Europe that the grasses and sod crops to grow more personal sense. television to know that we Calls Dem when associated with democratic categories.! A favorite trick Is

new regime would not attempt to grain and row crops, despite objections must support Senator G 0 I d- capitalism known to ascertain the names of people

tighten the yoke on them again. by scientists. Many Soviet ALL THESE and other water In order to maintainour Ads UntrueEDITOR roughly at the turn of the registered to vote who 1i

farms lost their livestock during the hastily tried Issues, became freedom. I am proud to century. In effect the author died or moved away from the

drought years since 1962 when this even more frivolous when the stand up for such a man as Sun: The Democratic appears to subscribe to district since reglste ration l
Earlier the Soviet and he.
new party three stories broke.It day and then to line
big news political advertisements l the view that the Constitution ; up
government leadership had said thatit plow-up campaign was carried on. that MRS. HELEN POWLEDGE are lies. Is a sacred cow to the phonies to appear, give I the .. ,
time
In Lincoln's
would continue to work for the was Marianna, Fla. extent that Its Initially con- names of dead and departed- K I
meeting of Communist parties which In accusing Khrushchev of "bra, the political warning against These ads state that Barry ceived goals were divinely duly registered voters and

Khrushchev had planned. The Chinese ging and phase-mongering" the Prav changing horses when crossing Coldwater would drop an ato Inspired. No true Americancan cast their votes. That par.
s stream attained national Can We HaveCoexistence mic bomb North Viet Nam
da editors (that is, Brezhnev's men) on deny that this was andis titular abuse can only be prevented I
denounced this
have meeting. attention. The Chinese I and list Newsweek, May 20,
by checking registration
a great document, Indeedthe
Whether they will change their might have been thinking of Khrush bomb the abrupt and ominous ? 1963, as the source. foundation of our society; IIsta against 11 ve resI-

minds now that Khrushchev is out chev's brags about how he was goingto change In Russia and the precarious First, the correct date Is surely, however, It Is difficultto dents In advance of Election

remains to be seen. But the quick equal the United States in food pro- political balance in EDITOR Sun: Your view 1964. subscribe to the view that Day. There are any number f

statement by the Moscow leaders duction Inl965, or 1970 or sometime Great Britain suddenly e o m- that the paramount Issue of any adaptation to circumstances of elaborations.
blned to make wider deeper
,
soon though his economist said the current Presidential campaign Second a later edition o f Is by definition bad.
own
might Indicate that they are not and more turbulent the streamIn Newsweek 20 admits My all-time favorite Is the
Is foreign policy-more July 19M -
going to return to a hard line in it couldn't be done so quickly. which the nation now finds specifically as'yon say that the quote Is false, We Americans cherish our recent case ia Texas where

))1 order to please the Chinese. itself. Only the most blindly when it says, Individual liberties as guaranteed 232 voters who, It. was subsequently d
Despite his truculence at tlmel.Khrulhch.v' partisan would wish to call in "can anyone survey the potential by the "amendments" established, moved
Senator Goldwater to take us for nuclear destru "An Associated Press story to the Constitution. Women's
f la b and
Perhaps most important, Breih- m o yance through the waters which almost tion. .and conclude that last May said flatly that Senator suffrage was also an amend away from the area,' or died,

nev emphasized the intention of earthy talk made him seem more human certainly will become there Is any alternative to Goldwater advocated defoliation ment. These are passing examples were shown, according to the

continuing the drive for more consumer than moat of the aour- looking disturbed as the months moveon. coexistence other than coexistence of the Vietnamese of direct adaptationto records of the polling officials,

goods. He said the party gangster types in the Soviet high ech 'co death' In an jungles with low yield atomic circumstance. not only to have voted but
elons. atomic holocaust?" is correct weapons In order to ex pOI e
the Russian people to "live to have been [
wants '
Senator Goldwater dots himself Communist supply lines. What Today our concern Is necessarily so obliging as to 1

better, in a more cultured way, so and the nation no service Goldwater actually said was more with foreign come !In to vote !in exact alphabetical -
But if the first signs borne out. The of this affairs, a circumstance unfor-
the people's initiative will come into are !In playing down the meaningof tragedy matter something a little less direct.ABC' order. I
of the the for Khrushchev Is that to the Western mind I seen In the 18th Century. The
play. The increasing push reasons replacing Red China's nuclear success. Howard K. Smith ask "
Russian people for more affluenceand are not a bad sign for SovietAmerican It Is true enough that coexistence Is a reasonab comfortable 1 e.practical ed him how he would Interdict world. Modem has changed communicationsand drastically. OPERATION EAGLE Eye, t
and Intends
very to set
the lines. G I d- up In many of
supply 0
freedom has been main relations for world Aa
more a or peace. China Is some years away doctrine of live and let transport, increased pop.ulltlon. the major J cities "flyingsquads"
have
There
factor in the moderation of Russian we have said many times Russian from becoming a nuclear pow- live, the "sound" Johnson been water several answered. suggestionsmade. the development of whoso duty will be '

foreign policy in recent year policy which encourages a higher ed to match either the present policy. However, to the Com Defoliation of the forests nuclear power, all have forced to respond instantly to complaints -

Khrushchev had to seek peace abroadIn standard of living and greater con strength of the United States munist mind coexistence yesterday by low yield atomic I us to become outward ori- of irregularities. They
ented. We
order to get the resources' for de- centration on internal improvement or Russia. Peking does not today, and tomorrow weapons Is one of them. ButI and cannot supress the of will swoop d 0 w s on the i r-
means Communist world progress complexity crooked voting booth with i fli
lnnment of Russia at home. Is a policy we can endorse. have the don't think we should use humanity and this a
now means to deliver conquest by an means short necesaar'lly lawyer, a photographer. and. V
such bombs. Nor are her of nuclear warfare.According any of them. means more and better where possible -a policeman.: : tIl.

POTOMAC FEVERBY defenses against nuclear attack to the Communist Note that lent sea tel e .. government regulation. It The Idea Is to try to make .. tOI
.j adequate. Goldwater clearly states that may even mean that certain laws stick this time, and be I
themselves the alternative I
only

he would not drop an atomic forms of International regulation prepared to stash .
away
JACK WILSON, Cowles) Washington BureauA YET, ONLY the wishful countries which have non la. coexistenceor Communist bomb In Met Nam! and. control are indispensable. enough people in jail to weak It I '

Midwest poll shows Democrats ahead more than two to one. No wonder thinkers will be lulled by hone war. Quote: "A shift in We sot the local Democratic en the morale of those who
LBJ's not worried about Barry's being trigger happy If he shot from the facts. The senator Is wrong to American policy toward Campaign Committee why Can anyone argue convincingly that democracy b essentially '

hip now he'd barely reach Lyndon'a ankle. dull the meaning of what has peaceful co existence al'1 have they perpetuated this 1 I.I. that an international a contest between
Innocent and the r'r'believe
.. -- happened. though it has not yet happen lie. ? To divert attention from ban on nuclear weapons test- worldly. I'J"f

China would have explodedher ed. Is historically Inevitable I the failure of McNam a r a's ing is intrinsically bad or that Although Eagle Eagle Eye ,.. I
Astronaut John Glean becomes a director ef a soft drink coacenu We nay since neither the UA Government Viet Nam war? helping to train high school Is manned bv Republican. n .
not beat Russia to the moos but well he the first U hit It with u empty bomb by early IttO had nor any ether Government dropouts a Communist 'plot? is pledged to act with equal -
I
pop bottle. not the Soviets withdrawn baa any alternative other Will the Johnson administration Of course examples of this vigor! against any pro .. Republican

"' technicians I r e III P e k II ,. than nuclear war." ( B. ever tell the truth kind mean more regulation Infraction of the vot ( < ;I

ChIna Is yean away unless Msrushkia "Ui. Policy lit about anything? a bigger central government: log laws. It deserves under

Sen. Goldwater may go to court to force the network to give him equal timeto she receives substantial outside a Changing World." International LESLIE C ELUOOD. however the free enterprise the circumstances, everyone's i

answer the President That'a riaky-the Supremo Court mad demand equal' help When and if Mao Affairs Moscow: of the 19th Century has beenrepl.1ced support It Is appealing for
time to answer Barry. AH-UntoaSociety .It II ow l- by the IBM's CM'sand volunteers. Contact Operation 1 '
I \ goes (and be Is old and 111)), edge' October 1 MM P-1 ). Asks Write-in Winn Dixie's of fact Eagle Eye. 211 West Wacker
r r- win the new rulers of China Good Bad It's a Drive Chicago.: Let Demo- {

One thing this contry sow has ta rtniaact b IJft9>jwi ydttleliM i aD continue with those of Russia, American Bow would public It read tf our to the free Vote for High modern living! crata join as an act of faith a

watching teleproanpton. .. accepting the Kremlin's leadership quoted the Soviet 11 1 a e Yes we should guard our in the democratic process. 1
press
EDITOR Sun Ia the You wouldn't want to wla
Interest
: Individual aa
.
? rights and liberties
V.- D\ that "the Choice for America
J .. r" of good government I but let's do it In lightof election by oafalr mean. !
President Johnson went to New York to eaunptlgfl' tat iMBf Kennedy, and It h possible that within and ia c*then existence If at the same or w s time. wish you would remind your 20th Century realities. Per. would you* And let Repubu-

no doubt there'll be the usual payoff Bobby going to Mississippi to plug for five\ years China could have and press ex- readers that tore Is still sonally. I have faith !in our cans remind themselves that
Lyndon. nuclear weapons of e a e a g h our government that the Communist hope for the future of Flor changing system of checks a few hours' service eegleeyemg -
strength to destroy Tokyo or plalaed l defines"eoesiste.ce" ida. and balances and respect the the voting booths aright
-- New Delhi to Bane but two. dictionary viewpoints of Mr. Stormer' et serve letter to help register

CBS promisee not to anawmct the efeetiM winner until' its computer shows Does Senator GoMwater hi world conquest aa by"Communist aQ means and While Burns the are names the only of HoIIty ones at: however let u* ant be cal the tree forces relationship In the tf A of poutt-! ,,

he poaiUvely. luu 270 electoral .. .. shucks, ye u mesa we call fM put uUalateot any sense fit Into the darkly short ef nuclear warfare" T on the gubernatorial ballot. it hysterical la our patriotism. BH a weeks efhg .,..A.D., .
..
]HecUeej Day ,t aeaJaous years ahead? We would ftea see that to la son possible to vote for JOHN XHXCf tbe/are ekMta de,.

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I I Registration in County Heaviest Ever OFFICIAL r ,/. 9 : :TABLE", ,

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By NORM LaCOE Some 27,058 signed up to vote:Itration picture looks, going Into ers was registered a white 12 of every 100 registered voters willing to be signed up with \'

., Son Staff Writer for that election.In i the big election contest next Democrat Some 22,519 of 27,- were Negroes. the Republican party this faIn :, ;

1960, when John F.: Ken- month: 058 registered voters was a Negro voters are covered In

*1 out When to the Alachua poll. this County Nov. turns) for nedy and Richard Nixon were e) White Democrats. In pure white DemocratIn the category of "colored" regis- enough pure to numbers control ,an that election is not

the general election, there will the major party standardbearers numbers, the solid, tradition eight years registration 1 tration. Mrs. Alma Bethea( registration But a trend Is apparent Some t {i r- I I

be more of every kind of voter 24,129 persons were registered white Democratic voter holds has Increased 5,760 voters, but supervisor, said she 2,614 Republicans are registered .
to vote In Alachua County. less than fifth of these.. does not know without check-
one
has the majority of election power. '
almost than ever
v Most striking fact about the This has been so as long as 1,140 are white voters .who ing by name whether any Orl- era.among 32,818 qualified h d' IiI d

been.More new registration figures is the can remember. signed on as Democrats. entlal or Indian voters are registered 'ot-I' u
white Democrats, moreNegro anyone In 1956, one out of every
gain In Negro voting power. I Negro voters. For in the county, or If E.1: !
But the grip of the white Democratic every !
Democrats, more white Almost aa Interesting Is the "' !. ._ :,_ ... whether voters was registered as a Republican .1 3M 137 t I 535
voter Is less strong '"a' u wild was registered an they are, they recounted
Republicans more I n depend.sofa 1,847 of the total 27
shift toward the R a pub lean Democrat In 195, two are so In the "white" or "col- ; 2 285 21C 4 147J

I more of everything exceptNegro Party, working this year hi the This year, 23,859 white of the Demo regis- registered today. That, In short, ored" voting category. In tabulations 058 registered.All 693 351 110 110r4, 4 10111C
I .. tered voters are
Republican.Registration presidential campaign for Barry Is the picture of Negro voting. by Secretary of Slat the gain has been among 1121 2C 0; 1012S
of
Is the heaviest Goldwater crate Seventy two every white voters. Among Negroes, 1748 2100 31' It 0 ;i8 i-
/ Some Tom Adams only "white" and'Negro"
,
to this 8,411 Negroes are qualified
the Independent registrations also 100 voters belongs popu- the number registered as Re- 543 190'?"
ever, 32,818 topping even ;; 4 11 1 0 74.
1' record turnout of 1958, when are up, for reasons best known lar variety of balloteer. to cast ballots Nov. 3, categories are publicans actually has declined ,,7 152 m Ie 53' IS I 'J 1811

Dwight Elsenhower carried the only to the Independents.Here Sobering is this fact: Eight which la 20 of every 100 registered Republican growth. nsted.1 (Tomorrow: The gain in Negro 8 367 251 20' S ; 4 1 151II

t state against Adlal Stevenson. I is how the overall regls1 years ago, 83_of every 100 votCity voters. Eight years ago of every 12 registered voting- .Dower) 133 0 .f"',, ::1 :-.I': 0 143

Y 10 331 142'. ,Jl.i? { 11, ',,' ( 4 ,.I r 0 50S

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Herald toward
I I Spring,. Sally May McNelll Wlnn, Jl 24., High High, 12 1693 48 130" I' 21 0 18117
Springe
/ SEE Wilton Irym "...... 05. Newberry Ju. 13 662 1283 17 sa 7 1 2028
By Sits Roger, II. Ntwoorry 14 189 0 23 0 1 0 221
lobby luclui' Crew. .0, Oolnoivllle' .
\ lucllle franklin Donton 14, Oilneivllle. 15 113 17 9 I t 0 1115II
Rlchord Aired Irltton, .,.
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Henry Covlnglon' 13 G.I,,,.
.the SUN villa.111.. AnnSa MOl Or""m< Gakwu- 18 253 11 2C 1 .1 0 m
19 231 21 1C 1 0 0
Jim Keith Pelrcloth JO Oeorglt, Miry 27C
( - Chtrltnt Vldem, 20. Gelneivllit. 20 56. 182 11 ,, 0 4 0 om
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GENERAL HOSPITAL Fire Calls Stirling' Pormlt'

October 24, 1M4 At 7:38: p.m. Monday, an ele- Mamma Homoi,City' Inc., 1424 NS lilt Cuban Youths 22 7t il 2 ,0', 0 0 t7

\ BIRTHS: trlcal short at United Liquor, II. conitruct _III... 123.000. 23 1353 eo 1M 0 46 I laC2t
Voung Amrolcon ,, Censor
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Mr. and Mrs. Russell M c NW lOth Ave. 7tn A.... conitruct ....lIIn.. 113.000. 1324 1 181 0 32 0 1545
5 11.I.*"> Homoo ConttrudlM Co 113J 25 128 328 113 18 2C I 1301
Glynn Box 12995 University 1 At 12::38 a m. today, a store HW IMII II, conitrvct _II./ .. u.Mg. MIAMI ,
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Cirri,, All,, ., Cuban exile 21 1392' 21 181' 2 27 0 1118
I Station, a. son; Mr. and Mrs fire at 621 W. University Ave. owolllng, MOD III II loin AVI raps.r said t ..t
newspaper today that children
ommia Hines, Rt 2, Box Damage undetermined. Unltod Contraction C,., 17JI NW ill 27 7511 72 77 8 18 0 130
in
PI, conitruct dwelling 111.000. their early teens are 28 782 791 as Sf 2 1 IMP
375, a son; Mr. and Mrs. Pedro F. M. ''''.by. 420 NW 10th A.... serving mail
as
Ii Sanchez, 231 R Flavet III, COURT OP RICORDCrtmwol I onitruct*. R. lovlllo gorogi, ond itorog,, MOO. Cuba. censors In Castro 29 2319 23 241 1 49 .(+ 2&3S. .,
eiopnitimt 1321 tl lit Avt, CMItrwt 30 195 21 95. 0 1
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E a daughter. d' JuaN Ira Roy Ctrttr f.,Ron Proudlng'orlollureli Howlhorneottomptlng llrucl Tommy dwelling Rlagoll.' ,, 14,200:Ill' is |f Jlrl ,,., ,?,. I The anti-Castro paper Replica 31 1182 0 244 0 .70 0 1411I

a ADMITTED: to tokt dove liter oumoi D501d.dwelling, 110:000. L..I said underground sources advised 32 331 II 31
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My.n 011 I' 131N ,
Miss Tara Ann McCord, Mr. with o iholgun, 131. Rtnold Rrown, mloddrou
,, cenltuc5 dw.1hng. 53,000. that letters leaving and
Ill drunk Ul Arthur LCobo
Nell Mr. Herbert .. AIIHr5' C. Edgar. 3,30, NW 711I ..1..1 ;Total 23,859 1 .1
Mayhew, 110,NW Ith, Avo IPMdlng. 111Gordon pair dwllla0' 5350. entering Cuba are being r'b C Cutter Or undo ron rod
Smith Mrs. Elsie Anderson, light, 530.i.s.o. '.C......'H..1 ..D.Fr.wro...lIln.. "10.. 201. NW 711I ,,1.,1 in some post offices by
Mr. Thomas Smith, Mri. Lilt- D.."".,, UU Nl tnd St, dl.1.otIIyod Lolne AIa.andar, dog I' 12,5 55.. rt youngsters, trained for the work
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slop ngn Ui Douglm I DukeHiwthorno Instil dw.1ling. 000.
r. Hines, Mrs. Marie Sanchez, itlompllng tt lokt dot inluniet Hugh Meihowo, 3J7 Nl SPIN Or, ..I along lines dictated by Soviet CnllpndnrCalendar
all of Gainesville; Mrs. Fayeruns. ., with shotgun' Ul David. O.. -Illon to bu.'...,, in.on. --- - --
WIlliston Mr. Carl Ba.kerf 5n0 CNSg ."Ii. G... tollclllng without _, !"., j.II.D.lly. fun 101 II kid specialists. of Activities, lion ""Red Rose. For Me"
; t llcenio IM Morold J. Orllllthinclnnill roc. aaam0n 10 eu.1na... 0000.
Brooker. 131.: Ohio, trh/lng In wrong lone. ,1370 Wtol.W., Unl.'""Id-ollon AV., Ml"llon M.'h"'"to Chureft. ItOIITIt HOTlC' 0'FICTITIOUI INTENTION KAMI TO October 28 31 Norman Hall Auditorl u m, 7:30

i DISCHARGES: Robert Horrli, Alochuo, driving whll.In'"lu'ed. "200, Church Pursuant. to loctlon Mlo, FlorM Tuesday Film CI 1 I. sates:
IIU end drivers Ikoniiipondod Rulltr Irothort, WO IW Itth A..., Stotutoi nolle 1 Ii hortby f Inn thol Ihounoonlgnod. p.m.Friday
Mrs. Roasts Mae Grays 0 nand w. three month* no valid drlvI M unit ....lIIn.. 1300000. CMIrucl Myrtle W. Ln.I,",. Mm, The Oxbow Incident" Medical florida Players
daughter Frank McGraw .r' Ikonle, Ul: George Hoyeo. T*.. Carl L. Danny 112 IW O71N It.. e tor builnou SsalSy., undor 2M tht I. S Him. nomo ,ol LoHl Sciences Building Auditorl u m, Production "Red
p..0.adlnp' 110, Improper 1..,'i I II- Sal dwallla. 0500. .. Phil It OolrM- : Roses For
and come, Ul O. Lwlar Jack... sot NW 111ft till Alochuo County, flak* IntendS 1:15: p.m. "
Shelve Lan
Mr.
England son, 0 J, J, d to ,..1.", iold Nctltloui ".... undor Me Norman Hall Auditorium,
Ctrl R. Moll 2201 Nl lilh II., Illhng Ap: Construct aparlmant. ,.. .
: Stools lags of M* oloroiold
Mr. Mildren Burnnam. Mrs, Wednesday Film Classics: 8:00
wl Ui Jem P. Nollt : p.m.
ThI'.Hlnlll ... Data ot Oolnoivlllo >i rld
". /1.1.. without IIconie I, Are ehi"ch COO',. ., .. "
Martha Mldgette, Mrs, Ella Hi Nolhonlol A. Jockion t RlvlRooch sot HW 35'S Ay """"* Dwelling. day of Ocl A. 0 1U4.MVRTLI 1t.u"1 The Oxbow Incident MedI- Saturday Football Floridavs.

rtin Mr. William Green ... ipoodlng, 131 11.I 110.000. ....,_ .. .... W. LASSITIH cal Sciences Building Auditor-
!. Nothvllle' 60. Mllclllng IlllvLiwhon without LI""ln- --... _.._._ u, .. ''''" ...... 13/1611020.: 27l 111 2. 10 Auburn, Florida Field 2p.m.
:j Mn. uanara none and daughter t IIc..... IM. Jirnn I. Moore. con.truc'Eva ..Owlll...030451NW Notice TO CIIDITOIII turn, 8:19 p.m.Lyceum .
Jtckunvllli. SmltS. IIIh I', c. IN THI COUNT OF TOO COUNTY
Mr. Robert Then, Mrs Liz- ipoedlng 131Oonold SItuct Council Presentation -
\ C. Owen. Plligorold Co. ... Swallln0 .0,000 ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIN
to- JoAUDGE.
t Money Stick sic Jordan, Mrs. Susan G e Ierd d- Melting without a Ik.n,, IMi Imp,..., 101' '.'rel."'. III HW Oils Fla rF : Salvadore Accardo vio- Florida" Players Prod o e-
,
j and daughter, Mr. Joseph tog lend.Ul Improper IIwood polling R. Icorborougn, I3i Johnnie Loko-Wll dW.11155. 01,100 PKOBATSI NI: IllotoofLONNIC linist. University. Auditor i u m, lion "Red Roses For Me"

Smokers used to brag 'about walking a mile for Crowley, Mr. Irvin G II d n e r, Homo vehicle Ir under., Jockunvlllo control UlRoouvoll .lellurt tt hove aINI' Csoyti? FarmSMe I TO ALL J,CIIDITONS DRAN Dco.AND... "USOHS 8:15: p.m. Norman Hall. Auditorium I J.OOpm. :

I just one of their favorite. fag, but Bill Browning Is MrI. Annie Smoak, Mr. James Wllion' Jr., JockMnvlllt. Improper c..I'uet t. r SmIM."cfrnco, 111.000.10 TII 1t171. HAVING AGAINST CLAIMS SAID' ON ,DEMANDS Thursday -, International ,
STATE
covering the same distance In a much more unusual Cann Mrs. Lorrle Jack b s e n, -Con drlvor diipoiod. I llconu m ,Clove W. Harsh. lo- ..I..., .., Smith. ft.11 TII I"'.i You And ooch of you oro hor.oy noil. Supper: Chinese Dinner Floria Short Cranes gad KzUbHs:

: t and worthwhile way. He's trying to fill up a cardboard Mr Westley Lewis. C-m.Hit Nl tpoedlng Hit Way Jowlt n. wild for!driver J.ff.'...II.. John rue J.rwldpn Spa, C.a ". :uJO IW 35lh 1'1.. .clad... and domondi roqulrod whlcn to orowit you, or any.,'h.claim, t' Union Social Room, 8 p m. October 2H0 -' Texas Internist -

I ) dick about two feet long by wrapping a mile October 29. 1944 ','c emt. L. V. Mcfteynoldi. Rt 1. vlelo'Ion Construct Allm/ lurrency.I"nco.lection 510,000,. you may .h... ....''n.' Itio oiloio o f T101 LONNIf J DEAN ,
'
of drlvtr t Ikente mlrklloni. Joon RBR docooiod loto ollouniy
of folding money around It. When It'a filled-and BIRTHS: W. Irown, no _,... HUM, opeedlng conilruct Jewel reildenct. 111.000. ..,g n mo county Jung. ol
'. that will take about $10.500 worth of green Bluff Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Roes- ,Jome, OOuInn lutport/ nt oddr.u tilled, withholding carport, 5200.ManlgS Leflbeltir, 4121 Mm It? "ICIMI I I"Alochut Iho court County DOUM florid ot ,MM ot County hi, olflc ol

according to Browning's calculations'' the money ler, 100 N.E. 9th St., a daughter I -Sentence,: Oovld I. Wllllomo, no td- HciMt AppllcitltmOonlV0"1. Oolnoivlllo. '10,1". within M. colondirmonm
.,... Ililod polty lerceny. IM 0, oOdove. "* H....* ". O'lneivllle, from tho tlm. tt h. lint tubcollon S
I +j. will go over to the Gainesville United Fund; Brown. ADMITTED: Almort Young Alochut, Improperanoloy Lorraine Her Ing. :34. WAde' of 1It1. nolle, loch clolm or dainrsmllc u :
i of Mlnlt Markets In Gainesville MOIl Riley Mrs, Peggy Roe- ot ,.. ,. .. tog 121 tr 30 vllia.AnnbaLA, McKnlght, )4. G.lnn iambi oholl bo In writing and Hull' : )
"I lag general .
manager ..,
don hen Wllllomi, 1310 II lit Torlollurt ., Rry.nl, 21.| G.ln..., "lott tho tloct of -'. ond (MilIllct
I la being assisted by 10 others, all members of .Ier, Otis Thomas Mrs. Freddie It dliploy wonting dovlcol while 5,0-,, Dtan Sml". al. Wa/d0./ address of tho claimant, and lh.llM
\\1 'dlumod Ul tr M days perking in Ann Whlh. 17. Wild, Mary iwom to by Iho .1.1.....'. ft" assns.Ja .
O'Steen. Mr. William Rldg- ..... MONKS '11' Hell \ \ / ))11LET'S
drive
I' V.q. McCoy'. UF team. hi. '. MO or M day. Edwin 5115 N and Ivy 5001, I.m, 5t
.\, 5. 4' ,,'f :.. -. way Mr. Robert E., Wilson, I Wllllom Thomoo, HI IW lltl A..., ron "tar, Manvb Inronct' Ann .Crw. 10. L.h 'u,. demand not :1I1. Shall Na said.LAZONSY. .
p' ,,. .
; Jit rod DELL
; light trofllt avail end m com Slth.d .. ,: .I"t3IG OSANAM
Mr. Frances Wasdln Paul ? ?1 51.4.. ,
Loonord Show Arch., Imp pon- 0111.. "",-. WILLCOX end ANIIN
NARPtt116H Ing tronic alai ond 120 com. ,.... 001St l mint. swingy, ii, 0.I..,. lYi WILLIAM ORAHAMAltornoy
In TheaaMeoMMWJwMMKosat W h a r ton, all of Gainesville; .,., .
4 cl/ I. 0. mt NW Mth fleet, ipoed John saber, for Ixocutor
Mn. Judith Roberts. Cross ,lng. Ironic, school, and_170 C"".. My... McK. .,. 111. :7s Ps,, Flat. oubllcotlon Octobor :20 lt 43A97I
.lICft. ,...,
.,., Mary spa 0 .,.
A OIKKl, tag NW Tirol A..I. 29. : 10 M 27r lit I. '10
; Mrs. Sally Dunnam, Old ipoedlng, Ironic ,heal end 121 coin.

Town; Mr. V. T. Barber W1Iliatoa. George W. trollle McKlnnoy Khool 431 and NW 120 33rd coil Avoipwdlng ,.,

: l Mrs: Billle O'Steen, High Whigs f>. Merlin Ocolo. ipoodlng. "..-
Ik KhooT end 120 coil,. Travis I. Hodge,
CapitolWASHINGTON Springs; Mr. Mannle E. Hiers,, 1h.dy Nook Trollor fork, Impropor driver
.iL ', llconie, IN tr I day.. BE HONEST 1
ChleHand. 0,., O. 0.....,. High Spring,, ipeed.
'Ing Snafus Khool and IN mil. Gas,..
(AP) TIle DISMISSEDMrs. 01., 147 SI ISM It. wooding tat ori

Public Health Service reported Carolyn Buchanan Mr. i.h deyi||'., Deuld following, R' tot ron:,:.. 400 IrelllcKhool Nl

lllght Increases Monday In the' Clarence Hillard, Mrs. Travis Ceplee and. 020 luuod com tor, trie ...,.., otl Richrd "
Perkins and baby daughter, .
i. fierce Oc.'" ipoodlng
radioactivity {of the air overt -Cnar.s cn/1nUSA: Jolin H. 0,51w.td ABOUT
Emma Martin, Mrs. Doris HUBERT
adds.cs II.'.... wlfhcldh a IUpport.
I seven states. Carlton and baby son Eliza chord Hlnn M adios lilted withholding .
eupport Jtck H, Herden.
I These Increases, the PHS beth Surrency, Mrs. Myrtle I lilted, worthltn/ check l..|nooddroil .
ihCr nln Cohen nt eddroio Ililod wtrlhleicheck ..
arrlah and son Willie Smith.
"consistent with the Arthur 0. Rrown. no tddr*..
said were POLICE, FIRE REPORT lilted. worthleil check Thorn,, R, No..

recent Chinese! ,nuclear testing.'' I uMsTS... ..r..y f1NM.+.. r' Accident Revadup ion- 'telovli.- not, N.gulltyi V.. .5atllnp Iddlo 1.1'1. W.I..,. nterMreu Only one heartbeat away from LBJ

Ililod, pounoltn ot non-tw told. ,
The PHS said the Increases, Involved In accidents reported whliky Lowronce J. Ipenglor' nt ed

recorded tin Hawaii, Alaska New Stamp by the Gainesville Police Department i drew _lined,_Illogol, pooioHlon poueiilon it' Metholle -
U olcoholk
s and the Alach u I oeveretei with kitent h, ..". Hubert Humphrey Co-founder of Aner. for Deme. Attltn (ADA)
,. a Washington, I Oregon Montana Herlon M. smith, Nethvllle, G... kn- ,
This UN five-coat stamp, le County Sheriff's Office duringthe proper logi tollcltlng without t licence
,: South Dakota and Wyoming past M hours were OakS .Dwvs/ eertren luted hit end Notional Chairman I
be Issued Friday, eeninene- vn, Hugh WII_. CNN Oobln vnlewul 1949-1950 National Vice Chairman SbKS '1950
: far below what the ...
I were govern Cecil C. Tabot 2114 NE 6th uio it Orrvef IIc. Wllllim ,
rates the Necker Test Baa Sank Jr 101 NW Oth. A.. It..
") ment .considers a. dangerous Ter. and Louise P. Carver 123/driving John W. Molt J,., lug NW Sri
4 level Treaty. SI Nth St.. at 7:U nm. Mon. Piece,, ron rod light. Guy llndtoy. W'I
day at SW'Archer o- Road .'II-it theme-Chorgo driving, dlvnlliod on wrong: Jam too, ot I. rood Oovldion. -
J D. Roosevelt, had Invaded hisprivacy JockMKVIIIo. nt vane drlvor N. I WHAT IS THE ADA ?
WASHINGTON (AP) For Center Drive. onto D..,. Whltt, ION NW llll Avont '
valid drlvorl Ikonio. .......,
and that the he
the United States ,1..1
the first time, money Gordon D. Ross, 322A NE 'coiio. loll || lom Tor, nt valid ,

la about to exchange rulbrlghl received WU compensation fort 11th St and a parked car, ItU. ..'. ,Ikonwtrie H. .11I_. Mloml nt valid drlvri I

scholars with .a Communist : pm. Monday In the 300 Ikonio. John 0. urea IN Nl 1 1. ADA
Sub It, valid opposed UN 5. The
drlvor ADA
no IttonM censure favors repeal of
nation. block of NK 11th St. word L. 0....... nt OMrou listed, /

On Nov. t, the United Steles Is WASHINGTON (AP) The James' E. Stephens, Box 733 ,holding- OUOMTtSonlonclng, .tMonMl tkron Da 1"1 of Soviet Russia for the murthe' Communist1 Control Internal =

Office of Education announcedtoday and Burnlce Massey, Doe run, ca tddron IllUd. wuhholdlng' wean ,
to setting '
expected sign a treaty
with GI., at 1:14: p.m. Monday ItNW' COURT 0* RICOtDI der of the Hungarian Free Security, and Smith
the
up program Yugoslavia. It la launching a study to Civil Duowltao ,
About 90 scholars would 2nd St. and 10th Ave. Jwd.. in Conor Prodding. .In.1 .
find out why there It a national Ivortlly' Chovrom Co, v Neal dom Fighters. Acts.
: be exchanged under the treaty Lucy W. Price 237 SW 4th nn NW itih A.... tun Nut con un
shortage qualified teachers. Ave. and James E. I :"": 0 loldwM d-i-t luddM Vrv- 2. The ADA all-
beginning next school year. Campbell, Ie I: I. Masts and Oroco Mn.rd. ..i! supports an ,
Dr. Harold Walter Stoke, altoc nil HUI ai, ai i:n p.m. ; Ml Nl gin II, luj' fM, ??,i 6. The the

WASHINGTON (AP) The president\ of New York Monday at SW lat St and 1st I.Jan D. RoMwM do-0 IwMm Sorvlco powerful United i Nations DA/upported so-
,
retiring

". U.S. Tax Court has of Commerce ruled that City's Queens College, will help,i Ave.Richard A. Cox Jr.. 4028 NW 011 win'John C.m.0 v M H S.1wi.)ttl.Ootfwln It, Ul.and.ii,, (lum piu thol,..
Undersecretary with the task. He will direct 13th Ave. and William M. Lee, 0-a W. ...Sllta, Idwordi Ml |W ."" who invaded Mississippi.
rt Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr. must 5/us talc K U. S. Foreign aid. .
studies ol for IOU SB 4th St Java O. Salwu .aa ludo..,. 5alt.
requirements at 3 20
he p.m. ,. ....., .1
t pay taxes on the $18,618 received v MlSa Nan 10. ...... 554'i.
I'" 0 from the author of the supply of and characteristics Monday m the 500 block of W' aw John cal D.K(eldwln asa liddm tor.. 3.The ADA favors the abolition 7. The ADA

; : play "Sunrise at Can sobeilo." of professional) education personnel University Joe C. Klrbey Ave. Alachua and I .k....Oil can v..ACM H. .. Maas. Sp I. I2t A, 1 of loyalty oaths whichprovide supports a world

.; Roosevelt, had argued that the at the elementary secondary Alone J. Brown Rt 3. at 7:05 v. MMMJanata.Mash te. Lee.Ctrl..Marl..., f a.II.IMMlllor 021.' government with powers'

k. play, baaed on the early career and higher education .m. Monday on NW 39th Ave.j Mw tab grown a, Was Inc. ... J. 1.1 the means to pros.ewhich would be

of his father, President Franklin l levels." 7th miles west of Galnesvl l I .ash." MMrs.555._ L".. *'". ",,. *',' a0, plus I cute Communists who infiltrate an infringement



II Ballplayer. ,Threatened Over Rental j 4.The ADA Federal sought offices.to abolish ty on. national sovereign-. I



n r" -.t MARTINEZ Calif. (AP) straining order allowing the Scofield look the leave the House Un-American Activities 8.The ADA has urged the

Curt Flood star center fielder family to move In. Judge Arna-'to Finn. He signed It. she said Committee one of elmination of FBI

.1 for the world champion SL son granted the restraining and later Inquired of Mrs. Sco- security

Louie announced Cardinal his InteaUea baseball to mess team order. Caucasians.field whether the leasseei were the few watchdogs protectchecks of Fe, d era t I. em

Into a rented home today despite Defendants hi the case are Finn bec.me'fry enraged" ing American freedom. ployees.
Constance A. Oliver of Zephyr 1 ,
an alleged threat to stop
according to Mrs. Scofield
Cove Nev, owner of the home

him Flood with, who a shotgun.sold! Monday that and George signed C.the Finn lease, who after allegedly was when a she Negro.told him that Flood TELL YOUR NEIGHBOR TO VOTE

e! he wu "upatl but I'm lOt an. of Finn accompanied by another )
has the backing of Superior obtaining power attorney
gry.
from Mrs. Oliver. I man both armed with shotguns FOR AMERICA.
Court Judge Richard Ana- parked his car acrossDie I I
Aa eon and the sheriffs office. The shotgun threat was made' homes driveway and1hrestened

: Flood. 25. charged a court according to the lawsuit by : to shoot Negro

J suit that he and his family were FInn after he had signed the! i''i'who tried to move In any, the suit VOTE '

\ threatened after be signed abase lease and later discovered that 'claimed. BARRY GOLD

to rent a suburban home Flood .la a Negro. I Finn who with his twin brother FOR WATER

la Alamo, about 13 miles east of Phyllis Scofield. acting ai Charles, made news a decade

Oakland. agent for real estate agent David ago In a prolonged! legal

The suit nW in Contra Costa Robinson, leased the MS'000 right over a surplus
County: Superior Court asked house to Flood at }290 a month they bought' could airplane not be FOR PRESIDENT ........ .. '""=' Fa.Ca 5

sane 818 88 la damages olu I r. ". .... "-. ruched for comment


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I AssassinationKennedy I Are Stick Shift Drivers a 'Dying Breed'? '


i ( Continued for 1) ter the shooting. By 1 p. m. Fritz continued his work It.

I Oswald shot him four times'' they had turned their attention the book depository for a fev By PAM ROBINSON I I got my driver training In III[mission since I can remember 'matic transmission cars I{were driving alone back to their
and he to the sixth floor. minutes longer then went bad I can't drive a car with standard I high school course. Only I cars Investigating the situation in! Local automobile dealers high school after this length of
dropped beside the ,,
which'car Finds Shells to headquarters, stopping brie) transmission, that is, with with 1 automatic transmissions I Alachua County, I found that t Preston Ke.tcr and Ed Harpr time."

; he falling had on not his had own time pistol to, I Deputy Sheriff Luke Mooney ly on the way at the sheriff] [a stick shift. I'were used My family has had more than 1300 students a year estimate that ninety per cent of I A woman's point of view

Oswald hurried use"In noticed a pile of cartons 1 D office. I Until recently this had never I only cars with automatic trans- receive driver training, which new cars ordered In 1964 In was presented by Diane Lenoch,
j t kind of little away"-MrI.1 front of the southeast window, As he entered the robber; concerned me, though I'm 21 I- includes three hours behind the I Gainesville were a u tom a tic of Hertz Rent A Car: 'I
a trot : from which some witnesses said and homicide office he four old and soon to be wheel of an automobile, and I transmission.An can drive a truck,"she laughed,
Markham said shaking the the shots had come. two detectives there, and Police uated years from the grad-I II Charity Ball !twelve hours with a simulator.!, explanation for the pnpu "but I believe that a young

\ empty and cartridges out of his pistol He found three empty cartridge -I Sgt. Gerald L. Hill. Hill; Florida. .I I The simulator Is a small unit larity of the automatic transmission mother watching small children

I As he reloading went he withina cases on the floor, and had brought Oswald from the Recently, for example, in Ij I| Ticket Sales on which students acquire the I 1 was offered by Bill feels much safer when she
J passed passed the word to police. TheyIn theater. feel of the driver's seat It includes Nuetztl. University of Florida I doesn't have to concentrate on
course involving actual
dozen feet of William Scog- turn notified Captain Fritz Fritz told one of the deter Journalism work with the Being PushedAbout I a hood, a dashboard physical education professor. co-ordination"

i gins a cab driver parked near who ordered them to touch lives to get a search warran Gainesville newspaper Sun. I was given an steering wheel, and electronic "Time is an important factor) "The older businessman definitely -
I e by. Scoggins heard him say and to the address In But students when to automatic,"
nothing until the laboratory go Irving assignment that required me to IM tickets have been equipment. never people are learning prefers an
I something like "poor dumbcop" technicians could take pictures where he was to pick up a mss drive to the suburbs to Interview sold so far to the ExchangeClub actually drive a stick shift car. drive," he said. "Eighty min!said Jo Ann Rowell], of Avis
or "poor damn cop. and check for fingerprints. named Lee Oswald. Charity Ball, club president All Junior high and high I utes was the average length of,Rent.A-Car. 'I think they consider
The empty cartridge cases At 122 p. m. Deputy Sheriff Rill said later that be aske< a person. Tom Hutson said today. schools In the area offer a driver -time required to learn h o w to it more relaxing. Driving
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were subsequently found, and Eugene BOOM and Deputy what Oswald was wanted for,' Someone gave mo a set of training program.The drive an automatic transmissionthis is hard enough in a strange
"We would like to sell 650 to
I ballistics experts said they had tat Fritz had I keys and pointed to a company at the to figure out
I Constable Seymeur Weitanaa and replied 700 If we can," Hutson said. I Alachua County unit of summer Michigan city Just trying
been fired in the gun found on car on the parking lot I f what the other fellow is goingto
be dowi Driver renee.
found a rifle with a tslascoplc Well was employed : "We would like to be able to the state Highway Patrol recommends State Training con e -
Oswald. when he was arrested. sight shoved betty I e at the book depository and bi hopped In, eager to get to the furnish more shoes and do more using a standard shift Students In an experiment do" .
They could not be that posI- two carton hi the northwest had lOt been present for a rol assignment. But my eagerness 'for the Boys Club." car when learning how to drive.I -- ,

.J tive about the slugs recovered corner! ,of .the sixth floor'I can for the employes." turned to disappointmentThe Proceeds from the ball-to be "People have trouble learning

from Tippit's body, but they testified about as far as possible from "Captain." said Hill, "we wil car had a stick shift and;held this year on Nov. IJ-go to 'how to drive a standard shift HEATER REPAIR
t that the bullets had been a trip. There he sits' can't drive that kind. I wanted In automatic
the southeast window save you I buy shoes for indigent children if they have learned an
I fired from the pistol or one like I Nobody touched It until Fritz Neither then, nor during the that assignment but someone and for the Boys Club. first" said K. E. Witt, Trointd :
I efficient ttrvlc 0) >Cle'p'rr"Cd
I I Quick al
I it ,arrived and It was determinedthat two days that remained to him, else got it Instead. Howard Weems was the club senior examiner. "An e m e r-, e Rtotonahl. rates .wrvle men

, Another witness to the shootIng -' the wooden stock was too did Oswald tell where he was Why, in this age of techno-'member who reported the largest gency may arise when a standard Radio ipoKhtd' trucks 24 Hour service
there were at least five rough/ to take fingerprints headed when Tippit halted him,, logical advancement, can't I' number of tickets sold during : shift car Is the only one, e> Strvlc on all moths of iquipnwnt' '

I was Domingo B e a a v I del, II Neither Boone nor Weitzman nor what he intended to do and presumably many others the last week, 28. The sales available." I O XO ALL .AMlitCAN.
who .was driving a light trac ,handled the rifle. W a i 111 m a n when he got there. If he hat operate a machine my team headed by Adrayn Keel. Gainesville's private driver- Ph. 376. MIATIMCONOITIONINO< A.I CO.

near the police car. He heard I thought It was a German MluI plans of which there is sons: grandfather could_operate? scored the team high with 20. training school uses only auto :

I I Shots, saw Tippit fall sad saw I ser, which is also a bolt-actkm doubtthey went to the grave -
'
, and the state with him.
Oswald trot away. Benavldas rifle He said so,

used the Tlpptt's killing.car radio to report ment It was found repeated Its way by Into. District print. pltal WEDNESDAY wrong about: Was the the Pre bo s*t i UIllIII1iluluuulnbmnslllllI 9d I Buy 1k Uu A 1/ML 1 tI/ tf/J ,' /lt at cat OJu t it atJ i I lo1f.l/

It was 1:It p.m., tf minutes Attorney Henry Wade during teat's woaads
after President Kennedy had one of the string of Impromptu- U Ui ,n"IIIII'"III'I1IIi1mli 1 ?

been shot. Interviews In which law officials I. I
Indulged in the course of I 7111 hi nnnli"r I'P111' 1'' I I II :
Mrs. Markham gave police an IIIII"
'I accurate description of the kill the next two days. It was partof I 1Ir
' basis for the notion that r WEEN I
( er. It was In act, too accurate I the i 11 '
f| She described his hair as "i there were at least two rifles, r

p| little bit bushy." This, she said and therefore more than one '

later, was, her way of saying man, Involved In the murders. .
that It was uncombed and die Actually, the rifle was an yoJFISH I I .Lt: III
Another It 11 Mannllcher-Carcano '.,
arranged, which was true. a a n I
witness called It "sort of which Oswald bought from a uMn
I messed Chicago mall-order house for II I I )
up. A2
i .
Oswald's hair was not bushy,, $9.IS, Including the telescopic fHTT '11:11:II : TY I t
however, and when that descrlp- sight. It cost another It.M for liil'l 1'1 I 9
I II AR I
111
and Oswald Ir III
I linn was made public It became postage packing FRY P ,
;sSl I Tie factor In the theory that had bought It, using the alias I li l i V1111dm, r.r ....irn lulllllllllli' l III ;

here was more than one man A. Hidell, the previous March.At EVERY 1

Involved In the killings approximately' the same 1 .'.
Moments later, Ted Callaway time he bought the .3$ caliber) WEDNESDAY .. .:. .: I

manager of a used car lot a Smith & Wesson pistol with a '

t block from the scene of the 2V4 Inch barrel from a mail! NI0MT : 1
and COIIINS
shooting saw a man runningand order company In Los Angeles, 8 PM to 9 PM i HOSTS
holding a pistol. Callaway using the name A. J. HI d e 11. i

'died "Hey. man. what the hell It cost 139 95. ItflOIlARD { : J.M. FIELDS IS YOUR
Is going on?" The man said :
About the tine the rifle '
something that Callaway didn't discovered lad Fritz went was to HALLOWEENHEMQUARTERS : &!
JOHnSOn ? 1
hear, and kept going, disappearing 7' .
around a comer look at It hi Its aiding place,
the depository Hey
manager !
Oswald out ,
He later picked
1 S. Tray, noticed that Oswaldwas 2830 N.W. 1
of lineup, as did Scog- '
a police
:
missing when the IS men (
Mrs. Markham, and others -
gins: 13th Street
wile worked there were \
who bad seta the shootingand ,
:
rounded ap for the police to HALLOWEEN
.
the tight question. PhoneFR !
: At 1:22: six minutes after TIp. Truly went to his files and .
: pit was shot police broadcast got Oswald's employment application 1j
6.6586
I I. Mrs. Markham's description of card which listed. his :
: the killer, and police cars con- lOSTUMES
address
as the ,boose In Irving
'>-*.rged on-the neighborhood. Os ; Tex:, a short dtsttnce outside .UMWt to HwtT*""i'"**
" "
wald has been seenrunning of Dallas where Oswald's .
Into a parking lot where he wife was living. went 1 11
Truly
up 1
, Jacket and AS LOW AS .
took off his light to the sixth floor and told Fritz I
" dropped It, but nobody saw him .
about the missing man, and.
leave. )I'gave him the address. 1 ,
I He next showed up six blocks !
i, from the parking lot, and eight I II : : : M

1 blocks from the place where IMMEDIATE -r : 1j97c ; : 1

Tippit was killed Johnny Calvin
| Brewer, manager of a shot ., 1 r 1

I store near the Texas Theater,! CASH w: COINS
heard the police sirens and noticed -i
I '
a man In shirtsleeves who I II & Wed. Oct. 27th 28thIn I 4II' c. Yohr..1.25 i 1h
Tues. t4 ,.
| turned his back toward theI 1 't ,l TASTY NOM SIZE

I I I street when a police car went Gainesville at the \ Complete your H.ll w..n shopping, In OMeatf ,

past. I MAIN LOUT af the Mei. Cheese from ej:. eM.rlM.ru '
t A moment later, Brewer saw 1 ; er cesMae e.ndla .ne/ .early TOOTSIE ROLLS
the man go Into the Texas Theater HOTEL T. V. ."'If cat... H.II...... ..tractpity
THOMAS
1
while the ticket seller, Mrs 1

sidewalk Julia Postal watching, was the out scream on the 1 615 N.I.' 2nd! St. 10:30 A.M. to I P.M. I CARTOONMASKS ti OTIII COSTUMES TO 2.47 j I IV

cars Brewer told'' j :" 10 ox. 38 .. Iadcl
Ing police .
Mrs. Postal and she told him WIN. TtwiMl MY # Md MM ft v* MM..11"-: yw S. c wWI M. erne M W ywr CM M wMM. tsar w V F :' : i I II

I I about the President's .....w.I MB*. fn 11I...* ClM pear MM WI! WIll Mf M MMf MM plttl 1 9. )
'I so, MaW. ,

.. tlon."I don't kaow If this Is the will e.e N Ned "C IW ...... _III Mt II.IM A'.. w... NI Ie, I I lag of 24 57
,
,
I 1
ax III .Mew III "w e.naal.a mmoo WIN l' Clark Bon
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man they want tat bo Is rtanlng 1 % '
them for Note reason. ,
from w ,
I ." she said, and called the INDIAN MMNItS r' QUAKTIISI7M. LINCOLN rtNNIISIIO. l I., of 20 34'I.by I

police '' 1114 ....$1,0.00.. ...SHOOOM) 1t0..( '''..00.. I Ruth Ian : 1
l Fifteen policemen quickly ar 1117.... .00.. 1104 SIs.oo ere io-. VII ,. w n\\ ef 1
,I rived in several cars, and surrounded -' lass ...... S2Mn. 110' ... SlOOOo .| ? SI.00 M) Giant Beg ;C8 I
the theater. It wasn't') lees .?..., SIMM) II" .... S20Mn, 111. ? SIM ere 1 I i Candy Cljorettos 1
r to hide: There 1114 ...... SIMM) .n, ...... ".00..1012-e M S2MM> 1 I.
I much of a place I II IS44.... SIMM) 1141 .... SIOMM) HIM H .00 tee C f lag af Dad's Root
i were only half a dozen customers 1147 ?.,", SIMM) 114 ? SI!.MM) 1014$3.00 M) 1 21
I downstairs, another six or lest .._ 11 00.. ISII _. S2IMM) 114.0 '20.00.. her larralt . I
1 seven In the balcony. One of II I lag .._ SI.MM) IST2MSIMMM) Itt,.. .SIMM) 1 I 1
Oswald. 1170 ??.. S4MM) ISTI.. S2MMM) 1122-. 1.00 so 1 30 Jr.
them was I II 1171 ...... ".00.. 1120 n SIOMM) 124-0 .. S4.MM) I 57 I
ordered the house M.nBarg . .
The police Ian ,..,.. SS.MM) It.u.. $10.00 w 1l2d-e n S2MM)
lights turned on. and Patrolman I I. 1177 ... $3s.a. IIIS ..SIOMM 1
M. N. McDonald walked up the I IS7S ...... $:.MM, so men.H.SIMw Itn ...... HallowMitMorthmallows 11 I
I' center aisle and suddenly 1 ISM .,,.. SIMM) ...... ",0.00.. $ . "

stopped beside Oswald and told 10014 : $25.00 SIMMNICRIU: "' 4 _. ISO.OO o 4 1
w 1.0'20
him to stand up. 17" ....$2,0.00Dlhits 57'
1 Ha said later that Oswald ISO ... 120.00 ere 4 laiad MaltaiHALLOWEEN . ;
It11 .. )
stood said "Well Its an ever I t7ld ISO M
r ... SI M M
)
now" and hit him In the forehead I11s5514 : SI:M 17n"$30.00ereIs : ,
Oswald then Jerked the ?, .,.. SUM M) Itn -?'? '100.MI. IS04... SIOMw Genuine 1 ",i
waistband. but II7' _.. ".00.. illS _. SIOMM)
pistol out of his 122 .SUM. 1
5510. $7.50
McDonald grabbed It by the 1171.= SIMM: w) Aalad :. $!:.00 w I WITCH S ART CONTES1

cylinder in such a way that It lags .,.00.. ".. _.$JOO 00.. less .. SIOMM) "
couldn be fired. 1174..... SIMM) 17" SIOMM' II40-O S20M. I, I BROOMS ON DISPLAY NOW
)
Oswald with his right tSIS '''.00.. "" .-...SIOMM ltdow SIOMw ORAMMIR SCHOOL
He hit ) ** 1
..
l SIOMw
I lied saw 1
I hand and they both leD over the lace ,UI w 1114Kb Sit SIMMItflS 1171... "' .00.. HALLOWIIN ART SHOW
seats both of them hanging tl2-e$1o..e 1114... S20Mw 1.33Complete CM.* M0,
There was a It13-. .SIMM SIIMM$51.10104'. S2MM. I ..*....,4eaeaefa.ia.11 ..
onto hi pistoL ) 1t2' .. I .. .. .__ 1
of the ham '' l$ll.. ,. SIMM 192100. SIOM s IWef4H e7 ease {
the holtoween
like snap s
sound ... your
It.*-. .. 14,00 M ins ..SIMM '
mer but the gun didnt |' off ,tSO.D ....00.. 121.0 0 SSMM) 44 Costume, ,
and Oswald was quickly subdued GOOD siicuSIMOOM 1t 100% Nature! Broom,

and handcuffed. bit'\I 000 COINS WI ALSO WANTlN.OMITM 1 eb Corn. e 1l .
I He was "curling a little P.. $'.... M)
and hoDerlnOo 1 Me* brutality ...... lee Y1 SlfeOeUSSMOM .cast ewe :
.... :
1 LMM CM .. MW c.
McDonald said later.AtIuVas.tt.aA.aiaj saw Pea ./300. w0 1
u.s.
\ H C M SI M M) -te 4
.. Sa.w see w Pee, .. SUM ** c-. 1
theakr raid bead..r1 era I* ...... SO M) SIMOiMe. t......rw/se
thee they were eiAeayli 2* MM. Tfc M .. SUM M) c-4IIe Cuss
.It. till mm aaspartrf of aw. 2o. Mee. ...fS M ne.ee M
shs. "....., h OkMJ ,s. M ... .,... *.. Pniee u. r

While this was going as. Police ..... .. ..., .. .... .. '; '
J. W. frlti. bead of OfIN f AJ4 9 fJyL SUNDAY NOO""- '.Me '
I Capt $ OMAn' SHOP LADIES af ',. Perkba' : \ "
the homJcfck dMstoa. was ptrsonaay "T: MONEY. CAJN15VILLI '
toaeting pofie* aethrf :, A st P17IRS.4sal FROM STAFF OUR OJ. 441 Nefth eelres ..... Pk.M I7 -I292 ... .... ..w..:11SiR...r ., j'
P. c- :
that tile school book depe.lPolice 1742 Galas. A.w WILL BEPRESENT ;,
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11 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, October 27, 19(" .



Reitzes Entertain W 0 O111Efl f n RnD THE fflOHL'f I Pre-Nuptial Events '



I Ruth Wei'mer Womtn't EditorGive Honor Miss Jones -

New FacultyDr.
I TODAY, October Z7
Continuing the round of hospitalities were Miss Priscilla -

J. Wayne Reitz, Unlve I The large serving table was I Binghams Program Buffet supper honoringMiss I wedding parties for Miss Frances West, daughter of Mrs. West, !'I

sity of Florida President and adorned with pink anthurlum Frances Dabney Jones, Jones,'whose marriage to Mrs. Albert C. Love and Mrs
blossoms fiancj of Donald More Donald Moore Giles will take Nath C. !
Mrs. ReiU entertained faculty spathes, ginger eggplant Doughtie.
newcomers Saturday evening and lavender chrysanthemums Giles of Lynchburg, Va., place Friday evening at 7 o'
'J
The hostesses Miss
clock In the Holy Trinity Epis- presented
with an Informal party at the In an amethyst crystal 630: p.m., Mrs. K. R. Swin- f
r copal Church, a trio of parties Jones and her motber with orchid
President's Residence. The epergne. Placed on a draped of H > ford and Miss Molly Morrison were given recently. corsages and gifts to the
as
velvet cloth Philodendron / yyf
party honored newcomers to raspberry -
at the former's home, bride-elect.
the faculty and their wives IS rubrum leaves were Monday afternoon, Mrs. Louis
well as single new members of reversed and placed about the Route Three.THURSDAY J. Tatom and Mrs. W. E. A yellow and white color note

the faculty. table to repeat the predominant October Z Baringer entertained with a was featured in the party appointments
The Newcomers Board of the rasperry tones. luncheon at the Holiday Inn with roses and chrysanthemums

: University Women's Club assisted The serving table in the q( Y r.C,5 H r 4 f 1rs Bridesmaids luncheon honoring to honor Miss Jones. In the two colors
: President and Mrs. Reitz smaller dining room held an Miss Frances Dab- adorning the coffee table.
Pink and white colors were
: In planning the event and also all white arrangement of roses, ney Jones, bride-elect of used In the luncheon appointments Presiding at the silver coffee

: In serving as hosts and hostesses chrysanthemums' and anthur aEIi Donald More Giles of Lynch- with rosebud corsages service during the party were

during the evening. urn in a deep blue crystal bowL t burg, Va, 1:30: p.m. Mill marking each guest's place.A Mrs. Winston W. Little, Mrs.
Corn shocks, dock, pump The table was overlaid with a :James H. Fogel, Mrs. Bruce
: ,,kins and dried sea grape leaves panel of deep blue silk. 3 R4 Kay Knopf and Miss Gene candelabrum adorned with Roberts, Mrs. Edgar Johnson

e' arranged at the entrance of Pouring were Mrs. G. Paul Birdsong at the E. Ruffin pink roses and white pompon and Mrs. B. Y. Kinney Jr.

: the President's Residence, Introduced Moore, Mrs. Evan Pattlshall, Jones residence, loot SW chrysanthemums, flanked by
the floral theme for Mrs. John F. Baxter, Mrs. W. Sixth Avenue white china compotes holding
the party. C. Thomas Jr., Mrs. Glenn A. arrangements of the same flowers

11.1 Mr and Mrs. Alex E. S. Farrls, Mrs. J. V. D. Saunders, /esq. Rehearsal dinner honor centered the table. White L3PANI5AOSS
candles In silver holders completed
t Green and Dr. and Mrs. John Irs. James A. Gavan, Mrs ti ; ing Miss Frances Dabney the decoration. :

<. Stiefel greeted newcomers at Samuel Banks, and Mrs. Er Jones and their IOn Donald
.the door. ma Ayres. More Giles, I p.m., Mr. and Seated with the honoree were
Receiving in the foyer with Party Assistants Mrs. William Vernon Gilesof her mother, Mrs. E. Ruffin

: President and Mrs. Reitz, Mrs Others assisting with hospitalities Lynchburg, Va., Gainesville Jones Miss Kay Knopf, Miss
R. Dean Coddington, Chairman during the eveningwere Dr. and Mrs. N, B. Bingham, home after two years In India, where the former Golf and Country Club. Mildered Griffith, Mrs. Delbert I

: of Newcomers, and Dr. Cod : Mrs. Charles Keenen, WM a science consultant for the Indian Ministry of Education, arc pictured Sterrett, Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz, I" '
Mrs. Stanley Laughlln, Mrs above at Hyderabad. They had inaugurated a science teachers unit of the Hy FRIDAY, October 30 Mrs. Drayton Kinard, Mrs. Archie ,
dlngton. derabad Teachers organization as one of projects In connection with BCAUTIFUl1'
many Carr; Mrs. Winston W. Lit-
Board Members Assist Davis Bushnell, Mrs. Arthur Breakfast for out of town '
.. work under the U. S. Agency for International Development .
Ue Mrs. Mrs. Burton
pro.lm.Alachua Ralph Page,
Bernard Chern BUT
Newcomers Board members Quinton, Mrs. guests and bridal party feting ,
Woodward Mrs. Rae Weim-
> and their husbands assisting In Hit. Roy Clemmons, Mrs. Miss Frances Dabney ,
R 11 I red course content and meth- of Including er Mrs. Russel Danburg, Mrs.
County e new killing any living thing I ,
DEADLY
:; greeting guests included Pro- George Cowan, Mrs Kwan-Yu Jones and Donald Moore
Teachers Association heard an ods of teaching. The secom insects such as flies, J. Hdlls Miller, Mrs.. James H.
: VOlt and Mrs. E. T. York, Col. Chen, Mrs. G. S. Hasterok, Mrs. Giles of Lynchburg, Va.,
informal talk on their exper- summer, K institutes in different mosquitoes and other pest-type] FogeU Mrs. Horton H. Hobbs,
0 and Mrs. 'William Boaz, Mr. K. T. Millsaps, Mrs. Frauke 11:30: a.m., Mr. and Mrs. C. j
ences In India by Dr. and Mrs sections of the country were creatures. Mrs. E. H. Smith, and Mrs. L. t Although/ 'it It not, '
; and Mrs. William Mendenhall, Seydel, Mrs. George Barnard, N. E. Blngham at a Saturday organized. Teachers in India retire at 55 Cooper Bell, grandparents of D. Butterfield. ......11.. Ill Oren
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Yeates, Mrs. Wilbur Bock, Mrs. .WUam the bride-elect .'trxt. on tran coutn l
1
morning meeting in the Myra A syllabus for the teaching of years of age and many retireesare Gifts WII tai10 ar 41"7 .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Farley, \ E. Fletcher, Mrs. Willard erwllllger School. general science was prepare now helping with the country' Wedding of Miss Frances of silver were presented ,//fling broittitng son inM
r Rev. and Mrs. John Touchber- J. Brask, Mrs. H. T. Martin, The Binghams returned this 1 by the Institute participants educational l problems. Dabney Jones, daughter of to the honoree by the host- Hit'loot cod Mon duriptrlodt IwOm.IIun -

: ry, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Ham- Mrs Norman Carlson, Mrs. fall after two years In India, and 10,000 copies have been Mrs. Jean 0. Mitchell, program Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Rut sses. I of run o J

I mer, Dr. and Mrs. Gerhard Kamran Majidzadeh, Mrs. J. where Dr. Bingham was a science printed for distribution. Mimeographed chairman, Introduced the fin Jones, and Donald More Coffee Saturday MOM wind It w o u 11 otttn h I HiCluwl tit ,

: Freund, Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Brlstor, Mrs. Teruzo Kon- consultant to the Ministry materials were also speakers, and, with Mrs. Floy Giles, ion of Mr. and Mrs. 'IHnM. (o crwnd ,'
Fairbanks, Mr. and Mrs. Don- Ishl, Mrs. Alvin F, Moreland, Indian for In Saturday morning Mrs. Robert < brHk. Not only 11. Iml. j
of Education for the government prepared use chemistry, .McEachern, Mrs. Joseph Leps William Vernon Giles of .
: aid Dew, Mr. and Mrs. Alexan- and Mrs. Bert L. Sharp. under the U. S. International physics and biology teaching.In and Miss Martha Taylor, serv- Lynchburg, Vs., 7 p.m., Holy L. West and Mrs. Denver :, 010atllue..eus.t. I I
: der Bednarek, and Mr. and Also Mrs. Edith Williams, Development Program.The .I. their work, the Binghams! ed as hostesses for the meet- Trinity Episcopal Church, iaughan gave a coffee for the Chomtcal Atily control nttr domagmt Is on lnnprit trw" I I
Mrs. Herbert Head. Mrs. Richard Hammer, Mrs object of the work done drove thousands of miles visit- followed by a reception at the ride-to-be at the West home. ilvo .w : Vocal and Instrumental music -Arthur P. Newcomb Jr., andMrs. throughout their stay was to upgrade Ing and helping with the insti Ing.Ralph Blunt, Terwilllger principal University Inn. More than 50 guests called during -

: for the evening was provld- Charles F, Hooper Jr. teaching of science by assisting tutes. took the group on a tour the morning. PROS INSTICTIONfr .

ed by Mrs. Norman King, Mrs. Mrs. John W. Flowers andMrs. the native teachers. They found the scenery, road, of the school at the close of the Wedding of Miss Loll Assisting the hostesses In the (I. fJTIMATIS
J Harvey R. Langee and Mrs. Cesar L. Rivera assisted Dr. Bingham, UF professor ofscience and weather conditions as varied session. Gayle Fullagar, daughter of
Joseph C. Shlpp. I Ir with the floral arrangements. education and Mrs. as other features of India. November 21 Is the date of the Mrs. Evelyn Louise Fulla (AOVIKTISIMINT) i i _. .LORIDAfT

: Bingham. now a fifth grade Rains, flood swollen: rivers, next meeting, which will take gar of Gainesville and William MortCemfortWeorlngFALSE F L'
teacher at the Terwilllgerhool washed out bridges and roads place at the University Women's Fullagar of Rochester, TEETH I j. \

also showed slides tak- and mud marked the two-month Club, West Newberry Road. David N. Y., and Arthur Manuel \ ON'.O
DeVoreSheppardVOWS during their travels season of the monsoons. Sincere will Home Jr., son of Mrs. Lacy Hm to t plMMnl way to ormom
en guest speaker, ..... plan ...*. FASTEST, .
..
The first summer, the Blng- The one stable factor In India discuss Investments. Edward Sears and the late .a Unproved _d.., sprinkled on "II\I.'II.CO;

i hams established four Institutes according to the speakers Arthur M. Horne, S p. m., upper arms and M that low"..pieta., IM hold nun them cam 4f I

Exchanged In different university centers, seemed to be a universal reverence Chapel of the University tut IortIbl.* or fMlIni No tummy It, albumnan't .., .. .. "1
where science teachers studied for animals and a dread Bridge ClubBy Methodist Church. eld), Dow noi. ..our. ciiwki "pl a, .r
s-onu s"
odor o FA8TEITH today .
.
Miscellaneous shower .I dnII counters ...t'7.b_ -

E OCALA Mrs. Mary the Holy Land by Mrs. Earl ** I RALPH H. BLODCETT complimenting Miss Judith -- -

: ces Sheppard of Ocala Fran'l Harris of Ocala. I By Josephine Lawman. University City Bridge Club Beasley, bride-elect of Grover Easy Way to Kill I Roaches and Ants I

f Slam Elbert DeVore of She wu attended by her will meet Wednesday at 7:30 Ford, I p.m., Mrs. John _

: dick, were married Saturday, daughter, Miss Mary Frances p.m., at the University of Florida Hardison, 1705 NW Sixth i ': >t '
I. afternoon at the horn of Mr. Sheppard, Ocala, who wore a Why/ Grow Faculty Club, West New- treet I

and Mrs. Cutler Collins, Ocala, streetlength dress of most berry Road. All Interested players .
close friends of the bride. I green silk )Jersey with chain Ire Invited to attend. -

: Members, ofthq tamed I ate pagne. ?- colored accessories I The master point game held J.B'

.families were present for fee I Henry DeVore, Reddlck, served Old? recently attracted nine tables WE GOT /
: candlelight ceremony. Dr. U.s.I as Ms father's best man. I of players. The average score

: Gordon of Gainesville, long-- A small reception followed. was 108 match points for ill I

r time friend of the bridegroom, Mrs. LarmarBellandMlis I pairs. .
SO BIG \ .
officiated for the double ring Penny DeVore, Jacksonville, I
Jolt May Be NecessaryTo Mrs. D. R. frazier and Robert %a"t
: ceremony. I daughters of the brldegroo m, frazier and Robert W. Nlrllotr. #
T Lavender and white flowersh I presided at the bride's table, Jones won first place In the 'CAUSE WE s K. 1 1Brssk I
,
and white candles In an helm which was decorated In lavender
Start You Exercising North South direction with a CHARGE so LITTLE
loom silver candelabrum adorned and white, highlighted by score of 140 match points. Mr. '
the Improvised altar In the; white candles In heirloom sliver I ,.nt.c.,
:
Reducers are all the same at an accumulation of fat o'fr the and Mrs. James R. Anderson: -
living room of the CollinsL candelabra. ;scant! They are shooting for the to lax abdominal muscles and were second with 128tt, Mrs tCONOts53- ............

home. Following a brief honeymoon. same goal and have many of muscles. The muscles can be R. H. Schoenau and Jam e I II ell 0-. Lull for 1I000Uu \
Wedding music war played by the couple win reside in Red- the same problems. Once In a'' strengthened with exercise and Parker were third with 113'At. ="- JOHNSTON'S NO-ROACH: Simply brush Johnston's ,
Miss Fanny Dansby of R ** while'I bring you some of the the fatty deposits can be reduced. and Melvin Valk and S. L. Williams !- No-Roach in cabinet to control cockroaches, on sills toante. ,
,
dlch, cousin ot the bridegroom dick.Mr. with lit Oil Ol. InwrxKO An Included' stop Colorless, odorless coating stays effective Cormonth.
DeVore It Marion County tricks In reducing which m y The pull and stretch of an were fourth NO DROP CHUBS
The bride I .won a street Lan- .. No need to move dishes Harmless to pets.
and Cliff
violet Commissioner from District readers send me because they exercise Is helpful and fat Is Ron Schoenau TO JAX AIRPORT.
length sheath dress accessories.of Five, and Mrs. DeVon Is are have found them to be helpful! most apt to getter: over Inactive ders led all the East West Phone *Rl<44 Remember: No-Roach means no,roaches.

taffeta with purple Ocala StarBanner. awl believe that they may also muscles. pairs with a SCOT of 126 match! Off.CI. AT MANOR MOTIL .
of pearlbride's editor for the FOOD FAIPYou're '
mother
She carried I aid points. Second went to Mrs Available At All
Bible brought from the you. Sit on the edge of your chair.
The following Is a rather Straighten your back all the Robert W. Jones and Roy I.

. Calendar Of Events any unusual woman letter who and Is would not expec lend-I,,way.as hard Now as pull you your can abdomenin and also T.Johnson Hagler with end 113.Mrs.third J. to Benson Mrs. In Good Company

ins a babv "of her rocker" or pull your diaphragm In and up with UTtt, and fourth to Mia I'
_.
.- rather out'of her rocking chairto until there is no bulge at that C. Jones and C. T. Stewart

exercise and diet This reader :point. Hold while count to with 106%. t
1:30' you
October 17 Crafts Group, : a. m.,
TODAY. of Sigma Florida Union Craft Shop. wrote: six slowly. Then gradually relax with all these Florida leaders .t I
Phi
XI Chapter :
Phi. 7 Guaranty Federal Gainesville Woman's Club, "The next Urn you print I the muscles Repeat several, Electrical i
p.m. things which spur a woman on times a day. Be sure that you
Dish. Fine Arts Day, Club House,
Covered I
: Building, to lose weight print this 0 n .. 'make the contraction complete I
I Merrya t e p p e fI Square West University Avenue, Art A woman asked me 'When are and hold for a six count.If I Needs SENATOR HOLLAND
: Dance Club, I p.m., Gaines.rifle program, 10 a.m.; Finger 1 our baby?' Believe ;\
expecting
you world like to leave
Recreation Center, Hall- Food luncheon, 1145: a.m., you my
hook review by William E. me, that did It! I got busy exercises for slimming the I a Rnldrntial a Commercial
: swam costume danc and lost overweight. Industrial SENATOR SMATHERS
Association I of Shea 1pm.THURSDAY my tummy which have been ned .
American know whether the CALL
: I do not with la
great access
October M my
University W o m a n, Eve- woman said what aha did out of classes, send! a stamped, self- C. P. Dressler
Alachua General Hospital
: nlng Bridge, I p.m., Mrs. 1 malice or friendly Interest or addressed with II I CONGRESSMAN MATTHEWS
S. Koru and Mrs. H. R. Auxiliary, 'Luncheon, Noon, because ah* wu just tactless: request for ravelopt leafelt lumber yw S .. ElMtriccI. Ct....... I

: Ellis, 1130 SW lib Road. Holiday Inn.District No matter what her Intent was, Josephine lawman fat car .f Ph... PR '-419JtlO
Supreme Forest Woodmen 10 Nurses Association she turned out to be a friend The Gainesville Sun. I' N.W. 4* Si. GOVERNOR BRYANT

I nrcle: Installation of Officers, I p.m., Alachua General because sh/ activated my procrastinating

: 7.30; p.m., Odd Fellows Hall. Hospital, Room 340. reader.
: : University of Florida College Gainesville Rose Society, I Sometimes w* women must AND
of Education Faculty p.m. Guaranty Federal SavIngs be Jolted Into reality by a shock

: Wives, I p.m., University and Loan Association such as this or finding that we
Women's Clubhouse, Newber- Community Room. simply cannot get Into a dress Need new appliances? EVERY MEMBER OF FLORIDA'S CABINETThey're
UF Lecture "Inside Rue
I Road. w* loved last year. Women oft
ry philharmonic So c Ie t y, II si* by Dr. Clark Cross social en do without glares until

: 'p.m., Dr. and Mrs. R. C. hour following. McCarty: they must read at an arms'
Hall Room 44, I Opento will not Get HFC supporting
: Williamson. 2732 SW Fifth pm. length, and their arm an :
the public. stretch any further. It's good

: WEDNESDAY Place. October SSI FRIDAY, October 31 for us when w* are snapped to Big Purchase Loan

: Junior Welfare League, am.Gainesville, Holiday Bridge Inn. Club, I attention Many women by such who Incidents.are not ItU CM .... ... IMMt !Mfn 1 President Johnson i itl
Feder- too!
t 11 ,.m., Guaranty Auburn Alumni Club greatly overweight have a protruding ............ M pee but with 'J

: l'Building. dinner, 7 pm.. proceeded abdomen which is extreme ..... Get that USA new with ,
Oatoesvllle Bridge Club, to make them ...... .. .
by social hour at. p. m., enough appear NFC Blf PurthM i .
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S Gainesville Sun Tuesday, October 27, 19<
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I i Nelson-Wiggins \ News of Special InterestTo Woman's $


Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Nelson

announce the engagementof the Colored Community Club HasBridge

their daughter, Miss Diana .. TUESDAY, October 27 Methodist Church.

I Kay Nelson, to Ronald Lee News items for this page should be directed to Ben F. Childs, Colored News Buffet aupper honor I n II Miscellaneous shower
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Wiggins son of Mr. and Mrs. '. editor, by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 6-5753. Do not send Miss Frances Dabney Jones, complimenting Miss Judith

M. J. Wiggins of Orlando. I Items directly to the Sun office.Puntril fiance of Donald I More Beasley bride-elect of Grover -
.tmnojmwiti ,*>.n Kill Kit' will lit feund .. Pail t Giles of Lynchburg, Va., Ford, 1 p.m., Mrs. John

The bride-elect was graduated WSCS QUIET DAYA Each family is urged to be Ing worship, 11 a.m. A. C. E. 1:30: p.m., Mrs. K. R Swim Hardison, 1705 NW Sixth I

from Gainesville High call to Prayer and Self. represented. Mrs. John Peterson League, 6 p.m.; and evenin One hundred members and ford and Miss Molly Morrison trect.

School and is presently a student + Denial will be observed by the president; Mrs. Sherry worship, 7:30: p.m. Rev. W. 2 S. i 1 guests of the Gainesville Won at the former's home,,

\ at the University of Floe >.t Women's Society of Christian WIngate, chairman of the Ways White, pastor. !m's Club attended the firs t Route Three.THURSDAY .
I Service and the Wesleyan Service and Means Committee. I Bronson Mt. Morlah Hal| October 21 Electrical
1\ and canasta of the
Bridge party
to honoring
j ida.The bridegroom elect a Guild. ,tist Revival meeting has Bridesmaids luncheon -
Melvin Roberts fror on Friday afternoon.The Miss Frances Dab
graduate of Palo Alto High Wednesday at I p.m. at the PLANS MEETINGThe gun. Rev. ea on Needs
School, Palo Alto, Calif., is Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church Juvenile Lodge No. 11 Bronson will be in charge of the ney Jones, bride-elect of
presently a student at the the program will give Informa- '.will hold its regular meeting service today, 7:30: p.m.; and club house was decorate Donald More Giles of Lynchburg
University of Florida. tion concerning Institutions supported Saturday, Oct. 31, at S p.m. at Rev. C. L. Dennison will conduct with fall foliage and berries Va., 1:30: p.m. Mlsi : C Retidentiat C a CommtrciolInduitrlol
Pearll the services Wednesday, Kay Knopf and Miss Gene :
by this organization for home of Misses Joyce the traditional Hallowee CALL
I December 2t has been c h o- which love gifts will be receiv- and Willette Scott at Arredorda. Thursday and Friday, 1 pm (using Birdsong at the E. Ruffin ,
I aen as the date of the wedding Rev. Mack Gardner pastor: colors of orange and black. Individual I Jones residence, 1004 SW'' C. P. DressierElectrical

which will take place in Miss Diana Kay Nelsos ed.The Quiet Day begins Fridayat Following the meet 1 n I. Mrs. Eva Anderson, reporter. bridge tables were centered Sixth Avenue. Contractor

the First Baptist Church. 6:30 p.m. Theme of Mediti there will be a Halloween Patty with black mag noil i Rehearsal dinner honoring I Phone FR 6-4191

lion: "Recognition and Renewal PERSONALSMiss eaves and pyracantha. Miss Frances Dabney .10 NW. 4th Si.
Response" and the "L 0 v e Cars will leave at 2:13: p.m. Baker and Mis Jones and their son. Donald

! : Calendar Of Events I Feast" will be included at thi it the home of Mrs. Ona N. Mattie Wilson Mary both of Sanford, A black net cloth, draped over More Giles, I p.m., Mr. and
service. of 114 S. W. 3rd Street Mrs. William Vernon Giles
Pyles. here for the
whose visit pas white and caught at the corner
Each member Is asked to pay; of Lynchburg, Va, Gainesville I
been ,
: TODAY. October 26Women's Gainesville Bridge Club, MICANOPY NEWS 10 cents. Miss A. L. Simmons, two weeks has for their pleasant home. with arrangements of orange Golf and Country Club. SPANISH'IIOS
left
Auxiliary to Ala 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. i Joist Service president; Master Donald Ross, Mrs.yesterday Ella Mae Jackson returned chrysanthemums and berries. FRIDAY, October M

; chua County Medical Society, University of Florida Wornen's Rev. H. Klnsey pastor of finance secretary; Mrs. P. a L. here yesterday from Jes overed the serving table. A Breakfast for out of town

I I : Babysitters Safety Course ;'7 Club :: "ewcomen 'ML Olive Primitive B a pUst Scott conductress. ip, Ga., following a two-weel traw cornucopia, tilled i will guests and bridal party feting "
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to 1:30: p.m., J. Hi1lII Miller Bridge, I p.m., Mrs. Charles Church: and his congregation,! visit with her daughter, Mrs nails and vegetables for met Miss Frances Dabney
.
; Health Center Auditorium. Fairbanks, Mrs. Alex Bed !will conduct a Joint service at PATIENT IN HOSPITAL Agnes H. Hunter, and other the centerpiece with yellow ta Jones and Donald Moore
: narek, Clubhouse, West New the World Chapter A. M. E. Richard Carter Ia. patienn datives. pers in brass candelabra a t Giles of Lynchburg Va., IS
: Alpha Gamma Delta Alumnae berry Rci.Chapter Church here Oct. 21 at I pm: the Veterans' Hospital at William Anderson of Tampa, ither aide.Guests 11:30: a m., Mr. and Mrs. C.

: Club, 1 p.m., Miss Jane AF, LEO 10 a.m., Rev. E. J. Williams pastor,; Lake City. He Is a member of MS a business visitor here the Cooper Bell grandparents of QEAUTIFULBUT

C. Miller, 2M NW 17th St Mrs. R. F. Head Jr., Mrs Miss Barbara Watson, report kit Carmel Baptist Church and past weekend.Mr. attending were Mrs.. the bride-elect.

: 7:30 p. m., Recreation Cen H. E. Dunlap, 321 NW Hoc er. also deacon. Mrs. Esther W, and Mrs James R. Ed J. H. Cowling, Mrs. C. If Glng Wedding of Miss Frances

ter. Street. iamm. reporter. I wards and son, Jim, all of Nashville rich, Mrs. H. H. Everett and Dabney Jones, daughter of DEADLYAlnw.
I i SINGING CONVENTIONThere Term were guests of Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Ruf
Cosmos Club 10 a.m., see Irs. Doyle
, : Gainesville' Bridge Club,, log, covered dish luncheon, will be a singing con- CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. riends her the past week. fin Jones, and Donald More

, 7:30 p.m., Recreation Center noon, Mrs. II. S. Wells, 10]; entlon at the Mt. Olive Priml Moriah Baptist There Miss Mary Hunter, of Ocala,, Flnt prize for bridge wai Giles, son of Mr. and Mrs. .., U u miMWII ,
Women's Auxiliary to Ale Live Baptist Church on the second Gainesville William Vemon Giles of *. It* >mM
through yes.
sued Earl Martinson
NW 14th Street. will be prayer meeting today,, won by Mrs.
chua Cointy Medical Society Chapter AP, PEO 930: Sunday In November durng 7:30 1: p.m.; and a Business MeetIng erday en route to Jacksonville and second by Mrs. R. N. Ulvigston. Lynchburg, Va., 7 p.m., Holy :MiilM/ lr n by cium CIM. .
: 7 to 8 30 J. Hillis the day.Several H. Welch, of Jack. Trinity Episcopal Church, | IA* irMinw HIM in
: p.m. a.m., Mrs. G. R. Freeman,, differ. Thursday, 7:30: p.m. Rev. Miss Patsy High for canasta wan 1ft NM NN. MoU Mee.m .
Miller Health Center Audi- quartets from onvllle, passed through hen Sooner followed by a reception at the ...... .
Mrs. Tom Abbot, 115 SW I.. A. Tillman, pastor; Mrs taken by Mrs. Wilson / 0'"
I In the .
nt cities will appear pro route to St. Petrsburg. University Inn.Wedding .. e ran' "and
torlum. 43rd Terrace. Villa! D. Foxworth, reporter.ML esterday en and game prize went to Mrs WIIIoI it 1 I. ,1M IM"
Women's Clu pram. Carmel Baptist There H. J. Wilshire. of Miss Loll 1 -.. ..'IAI e'"
Gainesville Womaift Club University The is invited. Rev. H. ...
public Lena Anderson was cal) Gayle Fullagar, daughter of tw 11m" M tees.M
'I Crafts 130: a. m., Dill be mid-week Meditation Mrs. ._. NIl II
Group .ow
' 2 Barbara
Miss
General ,
Meeting p.m. jnsey, pastor; Louise Fulla-
Union Craft Shop. Services, today, 7:30: p. m.; ed to Camden, S. C., yesterday for the party were: Mrs. Evelyn we 0, uaso.. WIM,
Florida Hostesses
Relations
followed by International Wilson, reporter. _
I of the Illness of her tar of Gainesville and William te" .lawn row05N50
October Zt Youth Forum Wednesday, 7:30: ecause ........ Merl
THURSDAY, 50500 d
Tea, S p.m., Club- Field whose Fullagar of Rochester, .,..
and also the Choir will unt, Mrs. Dora Cft..1. 1 ...,'" /. 1ft .ernN.
Ave- Alachua General Hospital TRUSTEES' DAY p.m.; Mrs. Donald B. Wilcox chair- .. ,
West University .
house, ondition was reported as somewhat N. Y., and Arthur Manuel war Ie '14 r Y 5005 N
nue. Auxiliary, Luncheon, Noon, Then will be the observance have its rehearsal.Thursday 1 p.m., 7p.m. ; Improved. She will be man; Mrs. Charles Bush, Home Jr. son of Mrs. Lacy -..

Holiday Inn.District of I Trustees' Day at the Shady Teachers'Meeling. for several days chairman; Mrs. Joe lce-I Edward Sears and the late 1" INSPICTIO
TUESDAY, October 27 10 Nurses Association Grove Primitive l I I Baptist ., and also Business Meet. way Mrs. Jack Bates, Mrs. A. I ILORIDA
Mr. and Mrs. James Barnes Arthur M. Horne, I p. m., 0 nTIMATII ,
Choir will
XI Phi Chapter of Sigma Alachua General the first Sunday In inll, I p.m.; and the Mrs. Johnnie Bras-
I p.m., Church en Its rehearsal Frl- and daughter, Ella Mae, all of raslngton, Chapel) of the University i
Phi, 7 Guaranty Federal Room 340. bvember. gain have Mn. John L. Coker Sr.
p.m. Hospital, Rev. T. A. Wright, Atlanta, Ga., who have been Inllton, "I i OVInfi IIM.ijf
Covered Dish. dayl p.m. Mrs. J
Building, FRIDAY, October M two Mrs. Tony J. Cunha,
for past
here
Esther W. Hamm, lilting M
Mrs. II'L |
Club, 9 PTA MEETING astor; and Mrs
Gainesville Bridge were down to their nome Marline Pearce .nC..fortWHrlil f1ONJROt
Merrys t e P per' Square a.m., Holiday Inn The regular monthly meetIng reporter. weeks Christine Stames :I
God in yesterday.
Dance Club, t p.m., Gainesville Archer Church of I
I Recreation Center, Hall- Auburn Alumni Club School of the Parent-Teacher Williams Elementary Association Christ Church School, IIa Miss Mary H. Jones of Tampa li ...Mw... pill.to. pl.._rnt,.wr.... to FASTHTMn immune.I .-C0\4.C"
dance.American dinner, 7 p.m., preceeded morning worship, 11:30: apent the past weekend here The next club bridge party n impran powder, iprlntM on e
costume m : .
oween will be held In the cafetor- : n4 lower pfetM hold th mrmw
at ':30 a mat mix >
1 scheduled Friday
m.
hour at
I by social p. Young People's Willing with friends. M IIMM U>se Ml man Mmnrubit S'6$1'
a.m.;
Association I of Holiday Inn. lum of the school has today been at designated 1 Workers' Meeting, 7 p. m.; Mrs. Mary H. Holland and the club house.If I ,.uwwfMlIni. Ha tummy. IXlllmlliM. many, fnonrMI.DM BMW.I Phone
This meeting -
University Women, Eve- p m. and evening worship, 1:30: p.m. daughter Madge, of Tampa, WMik'T>OOl"o>ir (.lurk* "pUl: .
"Stand For My ilar rMTUTII fonts
ning Bridge, I p.m., Mrs. S. as Up Friendship Baptist Sun- were guests of friends her yes: .I dni| Mimttn *..i7Whw., ; ...... .- 'W
i S. Koru and Mrs. H. R. Church Night. Each child Is to be rep- School, '.30 a.m. morn- terday. : make I

I Ellis, 1130 SW Ith Road.Supreme or resented 1 an Interested by a parent person., guardian The day beg worship, H a.m.; and evening Miss Hattie Wallace both and ol Talla-Miss you like to Easy Way to Kill Roaches and Ants
Forest Woodmen G. Barber, store in
at- worship, 7pm Mary balls ahead to your
lass that has the largest
I Circle, Installation of Officers, Circles edance will receive an award Greater Bethel A.M.E. -Sunday hassee, are guests of Miss Waiace's -, freezer, you'll find that a quartof

7:30: p.m., Odd Fellows Hall. and a certificate of recognition. School, (:30 a m.; morn- relatives here. -I Ice cream makes six g*o d

University of Florida College sized servings. -,

of Education Faculty UESDAY, October 27 -.

I Wives, S p.m., UniversityWomen's diversity Methodist Church, / Bride-elect
Clubhouse, Newber Woman's Society of Christian Tea Compliments WE GOT

ry Road. Service, 9:30 a.m., Wesley

: j Philharmonic Society, II Foundation Lounge.

I : "I p.m., Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Inc Lstheras Church SO BID

, : | Williamson, .732 SW Fifth Women's Missionary

I I Place. League, 9:30 a.m. Parish Hall. ,
/ Mdr
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Flrd Methodist Church 'CAUSE WE
;t WEDNESDAY October 21 Women's Society of Christian CHARGE SO LITTLE t

I .' Junior Welfare League, Service, 10:30: a.m., general ,
( t p.m., Guaranty Feder. meeting luncheon, 12:IS r.nt car.from t
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Church.
al Building. ) m ,
I t ***** M OHMOHNBTON'g lease M Nuehe
' N.Q" NO-ROACH Hlmolr brush Johniton's

I' : jssstuOM. No-Roach In eblnts to control cockroaches, on sills to
'By Josephine Lowman OH. Imurm *1 IMMN, stop MU. Colorless, odorless coating stays effective for
NO DIOr CHAIOI nonths. No Mod to move dishes llarnloso to pets
TO MX AlirorrPhono Remember t No-RoMh means jw roaches.
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mltw; Frances Dabney Jones, bride-elect of Donald Moor Gilts of Lynchburg
And Not Enjoy It? given by Mrs.
t Friday
; ... center was honored with s pre-nupllal tea affair with
Winston W. Little. The brlde-to-be U p Ittured above during the SENATOR HOLLAND
: How can we afford to neglet We should try to simplify lift I Mrs. Little at the right and her mother Mrs. E. Ruffle Jones left.
uSlUch as much as possible and even I
% when It gives
our health assist toward happiness! when we have a full t I Ill 1 t More than 100 guests called The tea table was adorned by and Mrs Louis J. Tatom presided SENATOR SMATHERS
: big
a and! at the silver servlcei j
Fine physical/ condition can schedule we should try not to during the tea given Friday aft. arrangement of rotes the afternoon.
throughout I
betwee FEEL hurried. Winston W. Lit chrysanthemums In shades of
make the difference emoon by Mrs.
: energy and chronic fatigue, bttween I This Is a trick I have had to 'tie, who entertained at her yellow In an antique crystal Those assisting In serving CONGRESSMAN MATTHEWS

laughter and tears, between learn and hope to 1M even home to compliment Miss Frances compote. were Mrs. Ernest Cox Mrs. T.I:

: courageand fear, b eo 'more efficiently in the future I Dabney Jones, bride-elect 01 Mrs. Earle Page, Mrs. Robert Walter Herbert and Mrs. Denver GOVERNOR BRYANTAND
tween optimism and pessimism. :You won't get there any fasteror I Donald Moore Giles, Lynchburg C. West Mrs. Horton Hobos Raughan. I' .

::. between accompllshent and sooner because you art al Va.Receiving.
vibrant livini tensed up, and It's useless and
: failure, between with the hostess .
therefor to hurry while
silly
% and boredom. i I were Miss Jones and her mother

1 : Many knowing folks go what through it fellik lifi lilting What down.are the leaks to yur Mrs. E. Raffia Jones.at the door EVERY MEMBER OF FLORIDA'S CABINETThey're
: never store of energy* I Greeting guests Need new appliances? .
wonderful. Tbe
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to feel not recognise them and were Mrs H. K. Wallace and
Why
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about *
t themselves M. Woodward.
drag Placard them? Mrs. Burton
: day, taking their lack of energ; Lack of illness is not heahhReal I A yellow and whit color note

forr nted. health to much more poe i waa emphasized hi tilt party Get HFC supporting.
They have never perlenee lOve than that! Why not shoot appointments with rotes and
that unging emytt nt-wodla, torn* autumn flowers used throughout Big Nrdwe Loa

.,laM feeling which bubbles q If yes wield. .. tehsressyKtf. the house. ,
from th* lDI1de and overflow tafletPep" seed a .......... A corsage of whit carnations Yw mw ... III Neese beg President Johnson too!

in laughter zest for life and. sddmeed evelese. whsrer .as presented to Mrs Jones by .......... M pee bu. wilt 'f t i ,
varied Interests. Some wonder request for II I* Jse Mrs Little, who presented situ Crt hoe afi .. Tttftan -......-- .
of(
ful people feel this way eves .Use a..w... Is ear W Ik in orchid corsage and a gift MfC Ms PwtMM Leea.MM r : .

.though they have physical problems GlMYIJe .... >f china to tile bride-le-be, *) Maw tar MM lone h? .
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, they cannot avoid. nrue. III etalar ......... _
, However, mat of those who! .--, 1s.wpw-M a bsnw Nr, __

pass through life at half mast Asthma Formula Prescribed HWM near NrCT4A4 eeessMv and awtastIu dsass..., _
serious disorders. They I ,
bay M wish LNadawa.ere NasuaId rbwsa
, are psytag the price for neglect Doctors-Available VOTE
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regolsr e rris* er 111'.i.ir -r- (\ fT I Johnson
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meets W rdantioa) each day. _'ee- ..-. ..- '
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afs thgreaten 01 1'If"f. 4 !/ O. +v.ry Hdqt" UO 51 'el M.III
habrt of hurry n. f. psp PHONE n*"W" 4M974 '
factor of all HI ereaUng that t It tM <- M .,fM, I II /M.I.. -M4W G. 0.- Cane C-.1

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II AssassinationKennedy I I Are Stick Shift Drivers a 'Dying Breed'?


( Continued for 1)) ter the shooting By 1 p. m. Fritz continued his work at -

Oswald shot him four times they had turned their attentionto the book depository for a few By PAM I got my driver training a mission since I can remember. matic transmission cars. I[were driving alone back to their
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and he dropped beside the car. the sixth floor. minutes longer, then went backto I can't drive a high school course. Only cars Investigating the situation in Local automobile dealers high school after this length of
falling on his own pistol which Flad. Shells headquarters stopping brief-I ard transmission with automatic transmissions Alachua County, I found that Preston Keter and Ed Harpe time.
.' he had not had time to use. Deputy Sheriff Luke Mooney ly on the way at the sheriff's a stick shift I were used. My family has had more than 1300 students a year estimate that ninety per cent of!I A woman's point of view
Oswald hurried away "In noticed a pile of carton. In office. Until recently only cars with automatic trans- receive driver training which new cars ordered In 1964 In was presented by Diane Lenoch
front of the southeast window, As he entered the robberyand includes three hours behind the Gainesville I .
concerned automatic
Z a kind of a little trot, Mrs me were of Hertz Rant A Car: "I
from which some witnesses said homicide office he found old and wheel of an automobile and transmission "
:, Markham said shaking the years Ball can drive a truck, she laughed
pty cartridges out of his pis- the shots had come. two detectives there and Police uated from the Charity twelve hours with a simulator I An explanation for the popularity 'but I believe that a young
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and reloading it. H* found three empty ear Sgt Gerald L. Hill. Hill Florida. The simulator Is a small unit of the automatic trans- mother watching small children

As he went he'passed withina tridge cases on the floor and had brought Oswald from the Recently for Ticket Sales on which students acquire the m I. .1 I o n was offered by Bill feels much safer when she

dozen feet of William Scog- passed the word to police TheyIn theater. journalism course feel of the driver's seat It Includes Nuetzel, University of Florida doesn't have to concentrate on
turn notified Captain Fritz.: Frill told one of the detectives I PushedAbout a hood a dashboard physical education professor. "
gins, a cab driver parked near tual newspaper Being co-ordination.
"by. Scoggins heard him s a who ordered them to touch to get a search warrant Gainesville Sun I steering wheel and electronic 1 "Time is an Important factor "The older businessman definitely !
y
something like "poor dumb nothing until the laboratory and go to the address In Irving!!, assignment that 150 tickets have been equipment. But students never when people are learning t 0 i prefers an automatic"
.. cop" or "poor damn cop" technicians could take pictures where he was to pick up a man drive to the sold so far to the Exchange actually drive a stick shift car. drive," he said. "Eighty min I,said Jo Ann Bowell of Avis
.. The empty cartridge cases and check for fingerprints.At named Lee Oswald. view a person. operate'I Club Charity Ball club presi- All junior high and high I utes was the average length of -Car. "I think they con
Were found and 1:8 p. III. Deputy SkerIff HID said later that he asked dent Tom Hutson said today. I schools in the area offer a driver time required to learn h o w to it more relaxing. Driving
subsequently Someone
what Oswald wanted for, gave hider
Eugene Boon aDd Deputy was : ;1 training rive automatic transmission
program. an in
,:ballistics experts said they had Itovi. snit pointed "We would like to sell (50 to enough a strange
"been fired in the gun found on Constable Seymour Weltzmaa and that Fritz had replied I car o--the".p;; ki 700 if we can" Hutson ...Id.i The Alachua County unit of this summer at the Michigan city just trying to figure out
*Oswald when ha was arrested found a rifle, with a telescopic "Wen, h* was employed down hopped in, i ."We would like to be able to ,the state Highway Patrol recommends State Driver Training confer- what the other fellow is going
eager
,'- They could not be that positive sight, shoved between at the book depository IIIICI he assignment. But furnish more shoes and do more using a standard shift nce. Students In an experiment to do."
tw* cartons In the northwest had not been present for a roll I when
for the Boys Club. ;car learning how to drive.
about the recovered
slugs turned to
I comer ,.f .tile .sixth floor, call for the employes." Proceeds from the ball-to be I "People have, trouble learning'
"tlfled-from Tipplt's that the body bullets but had they been tes- about as far as possible from I "Captain" said Hill, "we will" The car had a held this year on Nov. W-go to how to drive a standard shiftif HEATER REPAIR
"fired from the southeast window. save you a trip. There he sits I can't drive that buy shoes for indigent children I they have learned In an
the like
pistol or one Nobody touched It until Fritz Neither then, nor during the ed that and for the Boys Club. matic first" said K. E. auto-I
"It.. arrived and It was determinedthat two days that remained to him, one else got It Howard Weems was the club senior examiner. "An e r'l e Quick efficient,.urvict, ,Trolntd and ..p.rtenc.dReasonable

Another witness to the shootIng the wooden stock was too did Oswald tell where he was Why, In this ., member who reported the largest -gency may arise when a standard .e Radio ditpotchtd ral lruckl24 ervIClIN"Hour itrvlc <
there were at least five rough to take fingerprints headed when Tippit halted him, logical number of tickets sold during shift car is.the only one e Strvlci on all makes of equipment
\ .:- was Doming B n a sides I Neither Boone nor Weitzman nor what he Intended to do and the last week, 28. The sales' available." ALL AMMICAN
.who was driving a light. true handled the rifle. Welt I man when he got there. If he had ers operate a I team headed by Adrayn Keel Gainesville's private driver-I Ph. 376.8268 MuTiNa All
,>near the police car. He beard thought it was a German Manner plans of which there Is some grandfather could 'scored the team high with 20. training school uses only auto- CONDITIONING CO.
,, shots, saw Tlpplt fall and saw which Is also a bolt-action doubtthey went to the grave
a.Oswald trot away. Benavld II rifle He said so, and the statement with him.

::,used Tlppli's car radio to rapport found Its way Into print. WEDNESDAY: Was tile hospital 1 U!IIg1II1 l l & tk 1/u 1flU1ji) I JItJ CMIt ( at J M 'FddJ Ifl
I
be IIlOln,. It wan repeated by District wrong about the Pr s I- r J/)1j e
It was 1:11: p.m., M minutes Attorney Henry Wade during dent's wounds '
...after President Kennedy had one of the string of Impromptu- U IIIIulliptllntuulltllllllllIIl I
interviews In which law officials
been shot ;
Mrs Markham gave police an Indulged In the course of '
accurate description of the kill the next two days It was part !

er It was In fact, too accurate. of the basis for the notion that r WHHNPARTI
She described his hair as "a here were at least two rifles, II III

'*'little bit bushy." This, she said and therefore more than one 'I'HfAL'
"! later was her way of saying man, Involved In the murders # (oU CAN r I .

1 that It was uncombed and disarranged Actually, the rifle was an w l'IFish I ,
1 which was true. ,Another It a I 11 1 a n MannllcherCarcanowhich : I :..
1 witness called it "sort of Oswald bought from a g. 1
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". Chicago mall-order house for QllaLITY '
,I .. ; messsd up. '
t Oswald's hair was not bushy ".15, Including the telescopic 01= .. : ti

however, and when that descrlp- sight It cost another fl.M for .ItIlj,1\l
Mon wan mad public K became postage and packing. Oswald FRY 9
*.* one factor In the theory that bad bought It, using the aliasA. ,
'*""' Hldell the March.At 1
'here war more than one man previous EVERY .
Involved in the killings/ approximately the same
Moments later, Ted Callaway time he bought the .38 caliber E soAY o :".:. .: -,.
manager of a used car lot a Smith t Wesson pistol with a wEN o
block from the scene of the 2V4 Inch barrel from a mail '

I'I .shooting, saw a man running order company In Loa Angeles, 8 PM to 9 PM i HOSTS and GOBUHSt

.; wand holding a pistol. Callaway using the urn A. J. HI d e 11. atHOWARD 1 4 ,
;,: veiled "Hey. man what the hell It cost $ ... : T J.M. FIELDS IS YOUR
4Ia going on?" The man said r ..x i
v' About tile time till rifle was r
something that Callaway didn't discovered and Fritz went t I : '
''hear and kept going, disappearing Joflnion/J HALLOWEENHUIQUAITEISr ,
look
around a corner. at It la Its aiding place,
.. the depository Ray
manager
J H* later picked Oswild out !
S. Truly, aotlced that Oswald 2830 N.W. .
... I
ST.-* pdlce 4IMUO, a* did Scg-
when the II
was mining
ZZ glbC MtC Mlutham. and *th> ma
who worked there were 13th Street 1
;aati"wlni had sera the. shooting rounded np for, tilt, police to
1 ",::.!.d: be flight' question. PhoneFR HALLOWEEN
t all minutes after TIP
-At 1:22, 1I
Truly went to his files and
tplt" broadcast
was shot police got Oswald's employment application 6-6586 ( I

V I,' J:i ZTMrsT;;;::: the killer Markham'i,' and police description cars converged of- address card as ,the which, hou.listed. In h Irving 11. I DSTUMES

I -.rw.ld'" on the- been neighborhood.' !, Tex. a abort I. distance outside '....-...........,......., J Jfi
f t has seen of Dallas, whets Oswald's
0..1
I 'Into a' parking lot, where
l.
will
was living. Truly went up
his Jacket AS LOW AS
took off light to the sixth floor and told Frits
9
dropped it, but nobody saw him bout the missing man and II

leav. I him the address. 1 > .
gave ,
H* next showed up sli blocks ...'10..' ", )) I *I',( ,
I from the parking lot, and eight 'P' l'I C :
blocks from the place where I IMMEDIATE 97

I Tlpplt was killed. Johnny Calvin '


t\ heard Brewer store near the, manager police the Tens sirens of a and i hoe.1 CASH oR I COINS : i:, :? : p ,,, '


tired a man In shirtsleeve. ..
) turned his back toward the Tue. & Wed", Oct,27th 28thIn c.,. WBJUe e e 1.25. 1c.

I street when a police car went Coln'lflll. ot the TASTY, HOME SIZE
Complete yw .....1..**n shopping. In en. 1

past.A moment later Brewer saw I MAIN ,LOBBY .f the A. : = =' '
:; :; ;
Into the Texas Theater .*, condles I end p4w* TOOTSIE ROLLS
the while man go the ticket seller, Mrs THOMAS HOTEL : it- .t I elfMT colorful .....1...... mlreslOTHERC6STHMIST0247

Julia Postal, was out on the, 615 N.I. 2n. Ste 10:30 A.M. to 8 ',M, 1 I S fJ" 1
sidewalk watching the screamIng 1.

police cars Brewer told told him I I will M I..N IM c erUI" your NIII. I ::1' : .::.e !. 10 os. 3 Ie laltJ
Mrs Postal and she 5lw.n.eV weN M =1rOrr":;, :: e N t :::1.yaw V1 f 'oJ
about the President's assassination .INN N ow .0.0 noon D$0L M will ow N It..t 1Mw ",," 1 9 'r )
I w, trlwwe ( y i
'1 don't know If this Is tilt vIl p.v N N./ tic M ,..... _1tI Nt II.'.... A''.. ..... fl. 141a. 1 't.. l Bog of 24
.. Ik. III el.a. III any c"IOe'"l 'XI'" 'el.' wIlli 4 : 57 1
man they want, bat he Is running / / g "I' ct. Clark Bon . I
frm them for atm r*. ,
son." she said, and called tilt.1 INDIAN 'IMMld I QUAITlII LINCOLN '1101101111'IS' Bog of 20 ,

.lie*. ?....-so.oo.. I1t. ....'150.00. ItOt., '15.00., 1 Baby Ruth Bars .. 34 I I
Fifteen policemen quickly arrived 'I" ...... .00 lit 1104.." $35.00. 'tOt.e YDI '60., 1
In several cars and surrounded less ...... ,UI. .. 110. .... $20.00.. It I 0-, '1.00 ., Giant Bag of l lS '
the theater. It wainl lee/ ...... 100., 11M .... '20.00., 1111-a .. SI.OO lit 48'
i 11.4 ...... .00.. ,us ...... $5.00, 1512$200 ee, Candy CigarettesBag .. '
much of a place to hide: There'were ... ... .. I
lean .. '1.00.. 114' 10.00.. It. '1.00 a
'. only half a dozen customers IIn ??.."" '1.00., 1149 .... $55.00, 1514-a .. SI.OO ., I Jj of Dad's Root I
,: downstairs another six or lags ?..? '200 lit 1515... US.OO lit "'4.0 120.00., Boor Barrels . .. 28 I
',' aeven In the balcony. One of last ..?.. $5.00, 1112.. 00.00 lit It", .. '1.00.,
Oswald. 170 ...... '4.00.. 1171.. '200.00.. 1512-0 .. $1.00, '- 30 Jr.Man 1 I
.. .them was 1171 ...... .5.00.. 1112.. 1000., 'U4-D.. SUO lit B 57
The police ordered the house IIn .._. ss.0o, 15321 .. 0.00., It2& .. SUO ., Bars . . I I
''Y;. lights turned on, and PatrolmanM. Ii" _. 15.00., 1eits.. S20.00,
:. N. McDonald walked up the lays --w 50. Plica 'US hoe.. Halloween
: center aisle and suddenly IIt4 ...... '1.00 ., Stri"+ 'So.oO lit ct $ Marshmallows . .. 18' 1

':' atopped beside Oswald and told 1L01$25.00.1t0S$5.00:: : :: 5754 .... ISO.OO w J
him to stand up. 11M .....USO.OO, DIMII lag .f 20 .

I He said later that Oswald "II 110' ..... 120.00.1.00 lit "' : Bo2t.d Melte. . 57
:. said\ -Well It's all over I MICKILI -? lit 11M ISO 00 '
.. IIOW.II stood and hit him In the fore- 1q15.1514 ...... 15.00$5.00.: 1717 ::: SIOOO: :: ? ,

1171 .... : : 1104.... $30.00 lit Genuine I
head. Oswald then Jerked the 515.00w ItSS :::: .1:00 lit
1179 ...... 11.00., $$10.00.so 7 ;j jWITCH'S
+. pistol out of his waistband, but lasso _...17.00.. '122 to" '11.00., I 1 BE IN STYLE
.. McDonald grabbed H by the I 'I" ...... 'S.OO w DOLLAII 14' .._. .1.00, 1 HALLOWEEN ART CONTES 1Y
:: cylinder In such a way that It 1111 ...... ".00.. 11M $200.00 w 1556$ .. '''.00.. I I
:' couldn't be fired. I 111. "M" use. 1755 "..".. SIO'OO.. 11".0 120.00..,. I' 1 BROOMS ON DISPLAY NOW
illS .... 1'1.00 lit It60$10.00. I
his right 17i7$10.00.
\ with CRAMMER
:: Re hit Oswald ...... .00 1571-ell 530.00.e SCHOOL
lase ;
lit
f hand and they both, fell over the I III' ...... 12.00 .. isle lilt sine 1100 00 1111.. "0.00.. I I I HALLOWEEN ART SHOW Ir
,' teatav \both of them hanging iit$10.00.6 '"I' .. 'in.oo's 111.12000. .. 1 33 CMM J.d..e .....,. I :10vw41 I
.' onto the pistol.: There was a Itl1. .... IS.OO lit 1127 .. 11000.. l554-$200.00. 1 M.-.... 5Is.o win MF
: 'solrtd Ilk* the snap of the hammer 1515 Isis-n... ..... S4.00 SI.OO lit liZ$ ?.... I'S'OO.. 'tI'-D 1121 .....110.00 6100 ... ,x Complete your Halloween .*ty frW* wfcMMfi IS
lit
: but the gun didn't go off "SO.D 110.00.6 1121-D noo lit i costume I
'j 1 \and OewaM ,was quickly subdued 10&.1 PIICISODD a lOO'o Natural Broom

and handcuffed. COINS 11.00 ca.w WI ALSO WANT Com. t "

H. was "tuning a little bit ,, ... ... : $0 r.
e' 1,0.0' p 5 s
and hollering 'p 0 II t I brutal- ,..... ier u.$. U ;" MIM ....
a.c.... So. .. line .. 1'1.00.. .
:Jty/ McDonald laid." tar.sMSXSt 54 c... ,'.SO w ..... ... L-.. +..S.to : a C ; a IIIIU1I
AI 1111 SIhw .... so. lit ha.. "'.00 lit C-
:...... .... I. ...... .. So. so ".00'" CI .IVY __ I i i
tot they were e. the way H Y. Place 75. O.s. ,, $1100 lit c...... c.

I' I wltll lM ar saspaeW II.c haw 20.Da.e pin.-...$4.50. 7S. lit: sin Pie,o sue.yk "IS.o 4.p ....... c.. 1
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'. ........ .w. ... pwl. II. Febsedel OPN A.M..! PM, SUNDAY NOON 7 PJt. .. .... e/.
filii lap&J.; .w. MI. >... n. MONEY SHOP LADIES .... ......a.J8 -
:. ..... qse M1' FROM OUR I GAINESVILLE-Acrts of Fro Parking cuNri 5 .. .... ,.. -yD
.o>1.Rir OdReWIg M.. ae.. .' .'"'c."" eI $T. PlTlllllUIIt STAFF u.S. M 1 N..Sb .t 2l rd avl. PIMM i7t-lln .+ss.........lYlg.Nl

1 tiff at the ntnoel book ....* : Me ... TN 1742 c..I Asa WILL BE
I 1 ; .. .. .ca..144
Tee Lass.Me It. .......... .... PRESENT I
F "Prill* wanned '" Pad J

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HOSTS Host is shown surveying the beautiful site. cheery voles will take your, order" at once. at the King Host food.I II A telephone In every booth PHARMACY
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My Tie Where .,"'.. A chain of restaurants which Why would a chain which specializes PopularEverywhere I I R....."
originated in the mid west In serving such statesas On. way the chain Insures'.Ne to do, go wash your M....". LIlt,... l
QUIKSAVECAROLYN nine years ago has made It's quality Is by having the managers hands" added the msnigcr. II IT't IIAl lIT A TI. CALL
debut in the South. Wyoming Iowa, Nebraska, working right along with Trofhols plans on getting his
PLAZAs Colorado and Kansas want to the chefs, preparing food The shirt sleeves rolled up and helping 378-1521

U.l.. .... .cr... tress Uf Kings Food Host Gaines start serving the South? "Be King Food Host In Cslnesvllle the chain better the more ,M..,r.l. .......... ItaltwWt
ville's newest restaurant, is the WIe '11111 N.nl., AN..t.
cause I just like Gainesville employ. SO 35. than 500 tons of hamburgers 10. s.i.M S.
== first to be located: In the south The kitchen In the restaurant they sold last year.
and wanted here said
to ,
east. It is located just south of come Is wide open for the public to 'With the purpose In mind
Golnsivlllo'o the under-pas. on U. S. 441 manager Harland Trofholz. see the gleaming stalnlm steelwork la quickly serve the public 1 I Socialist

i NEWEST arras, sparkling glasses 1 demands for goad tasting reasonably -

chain Food Host will seat 260, "We In Service To
"The Kings are goIng and silver and plates priced food we will
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Night Spot"Orleons" Host, has a product we feel can to make a game effort toget 'I tell my employees, whenever more than help the chain," he IISTAURANTSHOTItS
be served anywhere" he sdd a lot of the noon buil you don't have anythingGloaming s.ld. .
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ness We could serve (the pub
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I "A unique feature of our restaurant lic at the rate of all or seven
Wins and Dins S.l.. end Processing
_' is that we prepare sQ hundred an hour. Ones st our for He.... ,".."..
at the NEW"ORLEANS" our own foods For example, we Kings Host In Lincoln, N'bu8-1 Fast Undent Delivery
buy only the best meats and
ks, In Just sight minutes we -
grind them fresh daily," said ILL'S
served 1,000 people at a Richard : '
'rofbols. MEAT ROOM
4sn N.W Hth St. M. Nixon banquet," he I
Ph. "'.9191 "A lot of people don't understand said. 1001 N.W. 4,1 St.
why we serve only Ph. PR MS 14We'll
hamburgers We think that I The menu features deluxe

by not cluttering up the menu hamburgers and cheese burgers .. I
we can oo a 101 better Job qua.-
Gainosvills's
salads, onion ring, chill,
Ity wise Our hamburgers are r ... Keep
Favorite home made soups, homestyle' .
V pound In site, he added.
Carpet and A f wt malts, pies and sandwiches, You WarmIn
The Kings Food Host's moth -
Bidding Center"Where is, U) 'never serve anything Besides having a dining room The Winter
that we ourselves would- and s take-out service, the Food
the Best and Cool
D't pay the full price for." Host also has a 20 stall driven In

Con Bo LAss"GATE BoughtFor Here In Gainesville the dinIng There Is no delivery on ,. The Summer!.

room at the Kings Food I oods.Twenty .
CITY ++ I Hi. PR 6-5757
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,I Ph. 372-0441 From the switchboard to the cook with no wait Ins, FUEL OIL CO.
waitresses are waiting to pick up the orders from 'Vtale. t02 I.W. ird ...
the chefs. Stainless steel frosts you when you OR
I ier the King Food Mont. The entire kitchen Is open
to your view.
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WASHINGTON (AP) A "the adoption and updating a You enjoy
I ii' Senate subcommittee contended their television code of good can
I, today that televised crime and practice which Is administered
violence Is a direct cause by the National Association: ol
I though not the only oneof Broadcasters." the miracle of

Juvenile delinquency.b But it noted that association:
II'
an interim report, the subcommittee with the code is only vohintarj
: said: and that the seal of good practice I ag.7avoxr
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"has never been withdrawn
.J "On the basis of expert test _
? research because of an infringement ol
.inony and impressive the code with regard to
"evidence been conclusively, a relationship establish ha content. program Astro-Sonic Stereo Hi-Fi

between ,televised crime and
:tofence and antisocial attitudes I t
and vtewerCBut behavior among Juvenile REVOLUTIONARY MAGNAVOX ASTRO-SONIC at LESS COST

STEREO HI-FI.. SURPASSES ALL OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS -
It tempered I Its! comments
t t\by stating that it did "hot be- IN THE RE-CREATION OF SOUND. than ordinary tube sets!
:lien that television Is either the
;'sola or most significant cause of
TUBES!
'Juvenfle delinquency." g HAS NO -

,1,1' Sot. Thomas J. Dodd D.Cofflt z
I chairman of the subconvmltttt
'i to investigate juvenile FM/ M'RADIO
delinquency, said that the find-
,'thg r: are significant because 6 ,SPEAKER STEREO
.".eCA day more than 25 million
:cUMren 12 and under look at HI-FI PHONOGRAPH
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;Mansion. spending "on 'the I
'ovaiage, more time watching ,
:television than they do In either Midi Star Circuitry

:school or church.." absolutely. No Tubas--,
At the III1 comm1tta1', moat '
'want hearlna.. the report add- ALL TRANSISTORS
f. edT i hf d'repreaentaU* A WHAM* DM World lie-rtiy

.>.. now prepared to admit, Muss. base fMKfca.A.n..1I1ItIt.CM lifts MHdsmk f Ewlwiva' Mtcrom tic I
that
,to geenral terms
:jrery _
Yew .Ms. fMiU
a SM see '
l' there war me kind of relation'shlp ...., fee mt slier You KM lit i record player has .
""I : between televised violence Ike dM. pNMhs if swiuMMiMs .: 1o.VL'GUARANTiED
f any the molding of children's .Money M all. conUMMMM
I attttodes: and behavior." IIIIr pew Mertgiie Is piM. diamond missile ri
sMe a eric* MM Way. FMMt
71ie subcommittee said "pri tile..hw cut .h yew ett mt
mary responsibility for the prevailing lit tile filii ..., s Woedeua attM i 6 '
epeek.nincluding'I
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which features
policy rlodd'a shtaedhl rre ruNff
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excessive crime and violence. .u sseS.add See/al/ 'beset. I Two 12" Bau I.
.. I reds with the three major ntrworks. I
: : For his clear that the
: networks have the key voice In Beautiful Walnut
= 'determining programming content
; : throughout tilt nation." CabinatryjwoftMaftM
J It said the networks have
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ONGMOOeL
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1 Not Too,Old EXTRA SEPA, TION

brut GRlATlR
To. "Learn CHAlLIS A. MARTIN,NC F OR SOUND! 9O5 '

, WASHTNQTOH (AP-At fl.j .ITA'... .....MaeraeeeN .....P/.1., aaee.I.Nele OF S REO
I Peler M. LutRuts has dlscov- Pee.. ....,..
end that even W years experteooe -
II j Is not an Infallible teacher. AITI040NM WAMANTY. HwwM ....rat rou. '
I 1 'So BOW ho Is beading.for'traf- itale (MipiMMi it* mr. ehooee osrr '
J fie school"Sixty embed f ynwl OWN'''''! '
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I years ago LueRutx first .......llie....ter

drove a CL--!... hinder vdea.ed .rfaxamaea.
if Oldanoblia..'.. ;
I Michigan roads Inlaid at three 'POKTAILI STIRIO '
I I miles an hour. He! has been UHF
I .driving ever since.Boiler ALL CHANNEL TV
..... this month LueRutsswung S o. VHF
.I' Intried front of another car PAUL M. HtRNDON HC 18
and to make a right tun. .irriiCT aseeaeeioil
The cars collided, and lueRuts ,..r".w0. an.Maw SLIM-ond.TRIM
,had to come to a bearing Manday .... meat Llghtwdght Mogna-ox: Portabl. -
n the Court of CIIIeralIeaIonL
[IM Mchiaii" compOMflri ,In a tlngla. acoustical eoblMl. I
"I thought' I had roam to Two '" oval ....11I" proiact found bilaHrally.LosjeJuaaa -
make the turn," LueRuts testified. e) tone and itarto balanca control Silver
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StrategyChattanooga By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Ohio State would like nothing
better than to celebrate the lot t are never good after Ics Is not as serious as first

Central is a well-known football team In FlorIda anniversary of Its last nation 9\ a football defeat but Flo rids thought

prep circles. football championship by winning < -t........ coach Ray Graves has discov- I And with Auburn every bit as p ,
The Purple Pounders make the long trip from Tennesse the title again. ,ti{ ered there can be a sllve r rugged (and bigger) than Alabama } .
to Florida almost every year to battle one of the Sunshine Now past the halfway point In the Gators will need all
. State's top teams. Gainesville High was the most recent, quest of that honor last -' living after all. the talent they can muster this
last Friday night achieved In 1954! the unbeaten STEVE TWEDELL The Gators learned Mondaythat week for Jimmy Sidle, Tucker

They played Jacksonville Lee several times and Jacksonville Buckeyes an at the top of The top lineman their feared rash of Injurwave's frederickson and Co. I

Landon. And then there was a series with Miami High Associated Press major college Graves said tndav that Quay
Seems like there's a story behind the ejinsuaUy length; rankings for the second straight terback Tom Shannon- st

travel for the Tenaesseaas.. .. week. Twedell flu and Is In the infirmary.
located In the city limits of Ohio State with five victories.
school
Central is a county Is uncertain whether he will return
Chattanooga. That's unusual in itself. But the school Is old, received 32 of the 47 firstplanvotes later this 1 week and el Tuesday October 27, 1964
and a total of 431 points as
and the city has grown. ready for the Tigers
So with this situation Coach E. B. (Red) Etter: can let the Top Ten remained fairly Lineman of Week However, back Don
static The only changes from
players from several different junior high schools if they last' week's will be able to play. although
standings were
Choose to go to Central made In the lower four teams.Secondranked suffered bruised ribs when.[twisted knee he suffered against son In one poll but were upset
and warmth li '
That trip to the land of palms, beaches I There bright spot In moves exceptionally well for tackled on the Gators' 17-yard (
Notre Dame was one ( I' the Gamecocks still has him, upset by Kentucky, 204, and
awfully attractive. and third-rated Alabama provided ,,P. K. Yonge's 14 6 loss to his size." screen pass that produced a hobbled. then bowed to undefeated Georgia
the Buckeyes with their Macclenny last Friday night, acscording Coach David Hurse of Starke first down at the Alabama 131 I I I Tech, 7-6. Auburn has won
of his entire I with 113 left to play last The' Gators will continue to
-Sewanee Rolls only real opposition for the top to Coach Mike Cutler'! praised the play : : from Houston, Tennessee Chattanooga
work with Capt. Larry Dupree
the and that was guard Steve forward wall In the Tornadoes' urday. and Mississippi South-
spot, but two undefeated rep,
I halfback and former Gainesville
Remember the University of the South (Sewanee) Tigers teams had a tighter battle be- ,Twedell. 04 dead-lock with powerful Halfback Alan Poe's ankle at
who registered an undefeated football season last yearT tween themselves. TwedelTs Inspired play on Palatka. i Injury Is not as severe aa first High star John Felber. at 1 ern.The Tigers racked the Ga

WeD, they're at It again and with the strong help of Alabama, 64, earned elgh' both defense and offense earned The starting line was composed thought and he, too, should be fullback. Father's ball and carryIng blocking -I ton good last year, winning,
for short yardage -
the Auburn clash
h
and able to
of end Eddie Douglas play
ex-Santa Fe lineman Wilbur Wood. first-place votes to NotreDame' him the Sun's "Lineman of In the Alabama /-. The Gators have a bit of
Wood has played a major role for the Tigers as they all but trailed the Irish, the Week'" award. Gene Pass, tackles Jeff Warren I Linebacker Roger Pettee were highlights Ice,,revenge motive in mind this
have swept to four straight victories, while scoring 157 points W>, In over-all points 387.... The M 216-pounder smashed and Tommy Thomas guards has a severe Charley horse but I game. Felber t w week
Bob Resves and Leon Thomas will be able to play! some. End I smashed for short yardage on
and giving up only 33. Arkansas, M, received the through for seven Individual
Wood Is in his second season as starting left tackle wherehe other vote for the top spot and tackles and eight assists on defense and center Butch: Redding. I Gary Thomas II' recoveringfrom I fourth down second plays touchdown that kept the,I
was accorded hqnorsble mention All-Collegiate Athletic had 311 points for fourth place. and stood out when he "I was real proud of the way,' the broken hand suffered' Gators' push) Team ,Match :
Conference honors last year. Nebraska 64, retained fifth offense. our boys played against Palat- In practice before the Sou t moving '
In the on
The "'0It-1, tit-pound senior has been outstanding both place with 241 points while Texas was" wedell made game some tremen- is," Hurse said Carolina contest and he will "I Auburn, despite a 4-2 overall : Play Ends J

on effease and defense and Is listed as the strongest man 5-1. held sixth with US. dons for us," Gutierrez Lake Butler ends Rusty Wade actIon, also.Halfback 'record, will bring a seasoned
on the Sewuee squad. Two teams were dropped plays made three straight and Larry Clyatt also drew!, Jack' Harper appears versatile team to Gainesville KEYSTONE HEIGHTS '
Coach Shirley Majors, one of the nation's most successful ram the Top Ten after losing said. "He line to praise for their fine efforts in definitely the lone casualty -,The Tigers were tabbed as national Play has concluded In team
collegiate coaches, thinks highly of his Alachua product: last Saturday.. Syracuse, elgh tackles on the from goal scoring stop one the win over Wllliston for this week's game. The, championship this &e.-//Hatches at the Keystone Golf
"He is one of the finest tackles I nave ever coached." eat week, wu belted hv ore_ acclenny and Country Club
Wood has led the Tiger line that has opened gaping holes State 31-13, and Virginia Tech me. We would have gotten Results:

for runners to average 279 yards per game this Mason. defeated Florida State, 10th last beaten a lot worse If It hadn't Unbeaten Lake Butler 16 hole group Winning
Defensively, Wood was the Tiger star In two straight games week, 2011. been for his big plays"Gutierres teem, Mrs. Whit Wyman Mrs..
1 he
that
out
_. a 284 win over powerful Hampden-Sydney and a 41-7 The newcomers are Oregon, pointed J. D. Henderson, Mrs. John Wll- I
romp over ,Kenyon. He has been named "Lineman of the No. 7, and Georgia Tech, No. S. uses Twedett on offense only helm, Mrs. Fremont Tolles, 14
Week" on occasion this season. The West Coast team blanked when PKY' gets In scoring Works for Contest mints; second place, Mrs. T.

Washington 74 for Its sixth ranae. Mayo Hawas, Mrs E. F, Aiken,
-More TacklesWood straight victory while the Independent Geed Blocker IJ. Huntley Redfearn Mrs.

Yellow Jackets nipped "We put him In when we get Lake Butler, emerging the Ing Keystone Heights. The the Tigers In yesterday and to- Ray lames, 13 points? third j

would be proud to know that Santa Fe ls keepingup Tulane 7-4 for Its sixth In I row. lose because"of bis tremend-I best of the lot In Suwannee Con Bears, with five victories anda day's practice. place, Mrs Ales Broke, Mrs.
Its tradition of top-notch tackles this season with Trigger Louisiana State, held to a 34 ou. blocking Gutlerrei said ference play as the season passes tie to their credit worked I I In Rlverland Conference action Frank Ottlnger, Mrs. H. E.Hussey .
Hodge and Doyle Sikes. i tie by Tennessee, fell from seventh "We try to rest him the other the half way mark; gets t II igaln today on blocking assignments league leading Hawthorne, Mrs. M. J. Haynes, II
Both have been tremendous defense and offense In lead- to ninth, and Florida, 17-14 time we're on offense. down to serious work today !In ss Coach AI Parris con.!posting a sit record, enjoyed a points; fourth place, Mrs Arthur '
Ing the Rebels to a fine 5-1 record. losers to.Alabama, slid from I 'He's a real fine one and preparation for second ranked tlnues to stress the Importance good workout Monday getting Ketch Mrs lei Dwyer, Mrs

But when the offense takes ever, Slkes switches to halfback ninth to 10th. Mayo of the Northern Divi of fundamentals to his ,ridden, ready for foe Cedar Key The E. P. 'Menses, Mrs. Ray Olson
I where he Is the team's second lending raker. The Top Ten teams with first Coach Keystone will go Into the Sharks, 3-1, need a win to at: 10 points.
Hodge stays at tackle on offense and opens !the boles for place votes in parentheses ant To Be sion.The Cross City game looking for lead tie for second place In the I Mule group-Winning team,
Sikes and company to gallop through. points: unbeaten Tigers, according that Initial win of the season. conference as Branson could! I Mrs Lindsey Walker, Mrs. E:.
You better keep an eye on those two, Coach Majors. Hodgeis 1. Ohio State (32) 439 BOSTON (AP) DeposedRed to Coach Jim Daniel, will And Trenton.,, which felt the take over first place after this T. Martin, nine points; second
a 200-pound senior and Silica a l -pound Junior. 1 Notre Dame ((6)) 317 Sox Manager Johnny Pesky have their hands full Friday punishing paw of the Cross week's round of play place, Mrs Janls Baits, Mrs.
3. Alabama (1)) 380 believes some practical exper night when they travel to play City Besrs last week, 43 7, Branson has winless Pierson J. C. Wallace, sli points; third
4. Arkansas (1)) 311 ence as a coach will make hima heir once beaten and once tied started picking up the pieces on tap and should Hawthorne place, Mrs. Marshall Gallop,

-Big .Shock'The S. Nebraska 242 better manager If he should host at Mayo. today as It prepared for Inverness. MW to Cedar Key once beaten I II ilrs. Wright, 'ive ,,'II"t.: furl
1. Texas 19$ get another chance I Fullback lineal Lancnser Bronaon would move Into the place, Mrs. David Parka, Mrs
death of Jennings Rowland, one of Gainesville High's 7. Oregon 111 Pesky was named a coach; And while Lake Butler ls getting continued to run well for I command post of the league. I W. L Smith, two points.
all-time great athletes, was a shock to everyone In this area, .. Georgia Tech MI. ,Monday by the new manager of,' set for Mayo, North Mar-
including. newcomer Jim Daniel, head football coach at Lake Louisiana State 72 the Pittsburgh Pirates, HarryThe ioftconUDau Its hard work ex-
Butler. 10. Florida .. 10,( Hat) Walker. I peeling ample trouble from .longtime
Daniel was the line ,coach at Pope Plus X In Atlanta last, rival Chtefland.-
, when Rowland was the school's basketball mentor.
year
"Jay (as Rowland. was called In. Atlanta) certainly was a The Colts were scheduled to
and
fine person," Daniel said. "We were the closest. ef Meads)) Sloan DeLong conduct scrimmage today
for the season,
: Chlefland, 4-1
shocked and heart
and se were ear wives. fm certainly suit.
was expected to follow
about It.
broken until I read the In the Sun Willlston, suffering Its first
"I didn't know about It story
ChecklistBy of the last week at
Thursday evening," Daniel continued. "After I read the story" Lead defeat the hands of year Lake Butlerseems ,
a lot of things we did together went through my mind. be towards
looking
DID YOU KNOW THAT North Marlon's outstanding to !
mention by : this week's game with New!*'-
STURGEON positions
and Robert Stone
halfback duo of Danny Sandlin are being .
eyed by college scouts. Florida State Is keeping tabs on ATLANTA (AP-Steve Sloan Ends-Lanls O'Steen Tulane; ry to regain conference preage. .- ,

Sandlin, and Miami is watching Stone. Both are hard-running may be a reserve quarterback Charles Casey Florida; Fred ,,
,
173-pound seniors. at Alabama, but he's not playing Brown, Miami. But the Panthers, fait,beconv
second fiddle to anyone on the Tackles Dan Kearley and In g the spoiler In conference .
[South's All America checklistthis Frank McClendon, Alabama. play, appear to have found tillrlaht ?'
week. I Guards-John Battle, Georgia combination and are ans '"

Seminole Backs Sloan, a 6-foot, 192 pound Tech; Ruffln Rodrlgue, LSU. Ious to take a poke at the high- I
who understudies Joe Ha- Stan Hindman, Mississippi; Pat Iy regarded Red Devils. New-
Junior Watson, Mississippi State; Larry berry surprised favored' Mayolast
when the latter t
took over
math
Gagner Florida; Joe Darden, Friday night with a 6 6
In me
was Injured Saturday "
i3est on Offense showdown with Georgia .tandoff.
Crimson Tide'
, Centers-Frsnk Emanuel and Cross City, leader of the ,
Florida and guided his team to Tom Fisher, Tennessee; Dick Southern Division race, U not I 'i" .l

TALLAHASSEE (APFlorida kicks, good for a 217 mark.. 1 victory.There were two other backs'Slelgerwald, Tulane king any chances with visitGHSBoone .. .

I State's Steve Tensl and Fred FSU's Bfletnikoff Is It points given strong consideration for i .'f ,

( BOetntkoff, continue today to ahead In scoring, holding a 44 this honor, but Sloan was select .

load state football statistics ai point total on seven touchdownsand ed to head up the checklist because Game '
enters Its one two-point CIIIIWII', ,ItL "
the gridiron\ season of his ability to come up "
I last half. Lea Murdock, who gets all his with the crucial yardage on the 1

I Tensl upped his total offense points for FlU by kicking,.at third down pia,.. He came up I \ i\
lead over Tampa's Val Johnson second with four field gals. and with four big first downs and ran

to 217 yards m spite of to Sera- 14 extra points, good for 26 Alabama bite position for the Thursday Night ". ,
"
tooles' 11-20 setback by Virginia Pow I field goal that won the game. ,

Tech.' Tend amassed 666 yards I Steve D.L a a g. Tennessee's Gainesville High/ School will "We had a good all around \

m 123 plays, toctodtag suns I Tonto Coleman great guard, topped the Bne I play Orlando Boon Thurs day I practice Monday" he said. Injured
torcbdownsL Johnson had a field men's checklist for hit fine da.fenstve .'night at the Tangerine B. w I back Marti Tyr, who. ,

day as Tampa downed Presbyterian Speaks at QB play-against LooWsna. Instead of Friday as announced suffered aa ankle sprain last
470. He has 771 yards. State Saturday. yesterday. Difficulty II ....' Friday )la due back today for

Florida's sophomore quarterBack -I Club Against Florida, Boat played tug the field brought about the light work. The Bins I Wavehosts
Steve Spurrier Is to third Meeting the first quarter en defense, bet switch by the host Brava St Pete Admiral Fares
place m total offense win 619 moved Into the offensive sM the
this week to Its Homecoming
Tonto Coleman. a s slstan Coach Jim Niblack said his gut
yards to tot plays.BIJetnikoff tint time the Tide had the bell
ts way out in .Georgia Tech athletic director, In the.second ,..noeL.r.M. Canes "are down" somewhat: contest ',HARD MAPLE is down Daniel'sHollow
will be the at LIncoln coach Jesse Heard brought to Jack
v hi nan receivtnl with 36 front speaker tonight game he had 74 yards ron -. after the 21 7 km to Chattanooga I .
for a total of 631: yards and .1 the weekly Gainesville Quarterback U carries and hit six of 11passes Central but be Is hopeful said his unbeaten Fighting Terriers sawed and rick-burned for charcoal l to
touchdowns. Florida enCharier ( Club meeting. The pro for IS yards. they wfll rebound BOOM Is (64 0) wffl "shoot the up,
en
Casey, wbe bes 3stytrds grasa wm i art at 6:3* p. m. n Just lipped hi* epnoafasj one ef the leaders In legion ffl works" Thursday aight. when smooth Tennessee whiskey.
I in 27 receptions and tale. attoGolaadCoantryClub. quarterback Steve Spurrier, aa play by Class AA schools. they boot Florida A A M's Baby out our

touchdowns Is in. second place Colssassj, tanner UF assistant .. outstanding Florida sephomorawho Nibtock said back AI Sear Rattlers ef TaOahauMe It t '

Statistics, compiled by football I coach is noted as an infer: also halls from Teanssse mons and Bryan Hipp both ire win be .Homecoming for I h sTerriers. ''Charcoal Mellowing starts with hard maple from high
math asjsT humorous
statistician Elgin White of Tan speaker. for this week's honor. Also does bruised but he Is hopeful they. 'I;
basses show Florida State's Ha to-ena of the coaching. ;In the running was Alabama fullback win be ready to play Thursday I eel The loc Negro eleven rack- ground, rick-burned in the open air. The special
veteran ef the So a meanon up Impressive win b
Phil! Spooner maintaining his Steve Bowman of ,. > Coach Mike Gvtierret said' J)
lead In individual rushing with Conference. pull, Mir.DeLong P. K. Yon,. gridden rtmatoIn 'whipping anbeatea Bunch High charcoal that results ground up
20 yards to 17 carries. Be bran Coach Ray Graves trill sum I .. a 6.1. 246 .,...'/ Ugh spirits despite the toes< J..... Cry 413 Jest /
average 4.6 yards per carry.FSU ; op the Alabama game perhaps ..art! front Nswfo*. v, Bveiup to Macclenny (last west.UF.'Bama ** *. Lbjcoai probably win be fine and tamped tightly 10 feet deep CHARCOALin
fullback Lee Narreasarek endeavoring to explain what to Us advance billing M ewef la the nasatog far a state sasyff I MELLOWED
hi> the second place with M took piece to she final seconds. the greatest-lMinea In KM '"* at ft ceattoaee. ...1 i1 vats. Then our whiskey is seeped 1 '
There else win be Film '
a scouting
fated be 6.
remainder of Uw .
yards m a 1'\1III1<< an average history ef Tennessee football aihe
ef 3.7 per carry. Florida's Larry I report foe.e* Auburn, this week'sGator M to charge Da stoppedLSU Showing Set rasa. down through it. drop by drop. DROr
Dupree bolted from sixth to hi Its tracks. The Terriers have lost deft
to M I Fiona ef die Alabama game given mill by she for 10 long days. As you can see, ,
third place with 266 yards via be shown.Bay 1 DeLong was Color film sot the Florida- end James Brown, probe
carries for a U average. 1 Us coach, Doug Dickey, far Alabama football game wBDO ly ser : season, .with as to- this lot of time and work 9
I : a
costs us
Tend la almost 366 yards In Hopping LSU en the ew 4estDM sftwra Tkenday night at I taredan .
front of Johnson to forward Track .. ss a Bagtifiees goal Baa o'clock to bfcCarty Aaaltsranon 1 e leeefe M e vktjtrongiy But the rare sippin smoothness it 1-6"
toW Hand.
passing, win 71 completions ef Florida toward another beaaar
for ... .SAM ntUfOSCO (AP) A Other backs singled. eat far act IWventty
attempts Utt 1 kasapalOs, win take en rhotthsr gives Jack Daniel's we believe I ,
Johnson aaoiimsliHinilaUatosses {reap ef Ion Frandeee basssesamesi sonata this week tw free toaghas Friday asfbt when they I ,
for 7JI yards. Sparrler h'. has surihsnj Colds!........ sad Steve Tmst.Fieri lt Fhrtia'i-.. by AJacana to CsJverskyef Csanty slay Orange Park's Raiders nU,1' it all well spent. ,- 'I'
to. 39pee.platsa racetrack far U .. Uses Dee Waflsr aced !
got with S Oar naIdI, | ; .. psi
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Sportier holds to kadnuntfaf II The eV9 aWOsMatymore bought .mn. Ifcflenuber. Georgia; Ms* free ef charge open phased wtt me si theRebels 7tMiutf vNittiY M Moorircioict fR\\
with a 2f.I .......' man 61 per cent ef catrtaodng Dcnsts. SfissWssjl.; PHn Bedf.a. d mtrtoters. to die scrap llftlUtt MO IOTTUB IACI OMItl ttntll6V ITRCMUM (!0'. }I4). fill.J' ,
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'i 6.9 Jackson On Nicklaus I Secret Meeting

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Play AgainBy
DUNEDIN (AP) Am old -

i'' .N As Center !I Palmer Is just a whisker In DEREK SCROENAssociated I, By JOE BRADIS at the exclusive Rolling Rock a four-hour session and after

front of Jack Nicklaus in their Writer Associated Press Writer Hunt Club outside this western a dinner break they burned the
I PHILADELPHIA (AP) "I, Press Sports LIGON1ER Pa. (AP) What Pennsylvania town where mil- oil until about midnight
battle to end the year as SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -
professional
think we've the .
got greatest.You're do
J I general managers and other lionaries wine and dine shoot
Wilt Chamberlain whose What they talked about, no
I be He'igot golf's king of the mon prolonged
, gonna surprised. executives from II of 20 major phea.anlland deer and hunt fox
I (Boston Celtics' Bill) Russell's .. \ mountain., "stomach ache" has one knows since newsmen were
\ dj ey league teams talk about behind for pastime.'
,,, caused the San Francisco War.' not permitted to sit in on the
and he's heck ,
timing got a .
; closed doors In a secluded resort The meeting will continue
J ( of a shot and he's tough" Palmer playing 23 tournaments rlors severe pain, is about readyto ? meetings.
I through noon Wednesday.
;\ That's the opinion of Ike Rich- .r.. ". __. :fr,,) gathered and$111,703 winning In two official ha'ketball's resume most his prolific role as scorer.pro bas- I "Baseball naturally" said "We just want to prop up our While the meetings were private
man owner of the Philadelphia : Joe L. relax and talk about
I Brown general manager feet things and generally reported
3" prize according to the The 7-foot-l Chamberlain who
,Hen of the National Basketball money winners'S of the Pittsburgh Pirates who peculiar to our Jobs," said geared to such topics as bonus
list of ten top money has led National Basketball
I Association. Richman may be h fostered the idea of such a season Brown. "Three days Isn't time players and farm clubs, the 'I
released the ProfesslonaGolfers'i for ,
Association the
by pastfive
-' scorers
patting himself on the back a ;, ( i the tint ever held outside enough, but it will have to do." question of Milwaukee moving
,bit, after signing! Luclous Jack : .. Association seasons worked out with the regular league meetings and If the first session was any its franchise to Atlanta was
the Warriors for the
r ,ton, -foot-9 Pan American University ,",., .. .. "" ,-" 9 a1! I Nicklaus, who hat won four oft first time since Monday Sept 21. talks at World Series time. barometer the general managers injected by a newsman. j,
and U.S. Olympic team 'S t., wt1.s the 23 tournaments he'a entered 1 _The meeting opened Monday certainly did a lot of talking
star, to a Then contract Mon John McHale general manager i
He was hospitalized for four
But he's his was in second position with I Braves declined comment .
"' day. apparently put J \ I weeks with what doctors finally! of the ,
money where his mouth Is. { $111,384. Inflamed on the move. So did his
.. "" 1 diagnosed as an pancreas.
... Closes of the
Contract terms with Jackson, Kentucky colleague Chub Feeney
They appeared to be out of
the k,' No. 1 draft choice, '''"",,,,' ... San Francisco Giants.
.
wen not announced but Rich- ;:" ,: b reach of the remaining eight Team officials said today the However one source said

man hinted it coat him the price .. players listed. 290-pound Chamberlain to on a there Is no doubt In his mind

of maybe a thousand kimonos. Bill Casper Jr., was third with controlled diet He Is avoiding Drills to PressBy that the National League own
6 I "I think we're going to go all (7,353 while Bob Nichols held fried food and carbonated beverages ers will vote favorably for the

I the way with him" said Rich- "",v,. a. fourth position at $74,012 and they said, as wen .s shift
.man with unqualified praise for # Tony Lema ranked fifth with cutting down on his daily Intake THE ASSOCIATED PRESS for Its Halloween Night appointment The Los Angeles Dodgers are

the 240-pounder from San Marcos $13,255.Others. of all foods.Although I Nobody wants visitors when with. the Mississippi Reb]the only club not representedhere.
Tex. ley're about to clean house and els. Jt currently it holding its
the Warriors meet
''I i "In the last game with Russia J listed In the top 10 Baltimore In Oakland Charlie Bradshaw it no excep At Starkvllle, Mississippi State own organizational meeting and

\ there was no question he I were: Gary Player, $(1,449Ken ; Calif., Chamberlain tonight still won'tbe lion worked out In sweat clothes. no representatives could attend.
the outstanding player on Venturi, $60,895; Mason
was Following the brief
limbering
up
In the line-up. The towerin The Kentucky football coach,
the floor. He took that Russian (AP Wlr. hol tl 55,1 tun]I Rudolph $52,8(8; Juan Rodri- drill Coach Paul Davis took his
AND RICHMAN .. and Sou- center currently is on the In- who had said he was about to
7-tooU and made him look like LUCIUS JACKSON IRE goes, $ .331; Mike units Indoors to hear a scouting
"
He's tough kid andIIObody' 76er sign touted 6-9 cagera chak $39,859. Jured reserve Hit prohlbltln'l get hit "house In order, closedlonday's
nothing. a
..... .. report on Alabama
him from a ". practice ....Ion-the
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gonna push first five games. first time he has taken such action The University of Georgia
around. In his 2tt at Kentucky Bulldogs also went through a
Jackson makes his debut with But the man who holds nearly years
light workout in sweat clotheJ.Auburn' .
Legal Wheeling Dealing which has lost three
when the Tier
the team tonight, every NBA scoring record will
,
take on the St. Louis Hawks at be back in action Saturday straight games after beating Tigers worked out
New York. He'll make his home when Baltimore visits San Mississippi and Auburn. for about 30 minutes in sweat .I/

debut Saturday-Ms 23rd birth- Continues in Braves CaseMILWAUKEE Francisco and it won't be a He told a newsman: "Well be I clothes, then retired Indoors to
review films of last week's 1447
day-agalnst the New a/ bit too soon for the Warriors. glad to have you here any other > e
Knickerbockers... _He'll forward but victory over Southern Mississippi t, r
with the club. During the big man's absence, day, not today. and Saturday's contest with /
l In three seasons at Pan (AP) The in New York last week. i that a definite blueprint be the defending Western Division Elsewhere on the Southeastern FlorIda.

y American Jackson scored 1,158 legal wheeling and dealing The Braves said In their federal drawn for major league expan- champs lost their first four Conference: Coach Paul Bryant of Ala.

i grabbed points for 1,427 a 24.1 rebounds.average and headed the Milwaukee for another Braves'round bid todayIn to of court citizenship": petition that was"diversity cause sion.The, statement also proposed Tennessee's football team bat- bama says the Crimson Tide'splane "T'RY'
for
move to Atlanta. for moving the case out of the banning transfer of a franchise games.Miami I tered and bruised after its 13'tie this Saturday's game KINGEDWARD"
with Mississippi State do not include
The Braves averted a Circuit :unless a home community falls with
state courts. The club Is a Delaware High Louisiana State, was rewarded
.. Wells Leads Court showdown scheduled for corporation with principal,to support the team at meas- I with a 41-hour holiday quarterback Joe Namath witha ,
who will be out Indefinitely
today by asking Monday that offices In Chicago. ured by a formula that would from practice. Amtrlefi Largish tilling cuss
Church Loop the federal court take jurisdic- I Include the investment return to Still LeadsMIAMI I twisted knee. .____
U.S. District Court
ion: in the county's attempt to Judge the club. VanderbDt't football team willet t
On 566 Set ,
: force the club to remain In MIl- Robert E. Tehan let Nov. 5 for The statement added that (AP) Miami High a two day rest after last

James Wells, Advent Christian waukee and fulfill a contract a hearing. He said he would organized baseball should reaffirm and Coral Gables remained fin tturday't chore of holding Ole Businessmen. Take an
determine whether Wisconsin I.
Church, led the Chore h which runs through 1915 or its belief In the sanctity of and second this week In The MI. Mist to a 7-7 Ue.Misslaalppl' .
Illinois it the Braves'
League at Palm Lanes Monday Although the Circuit Court place of business and principal whether contracts and local ownership,ami Herald's high school football team however Insurance Inventory!
hearing was canceled a temporary should be given the first optionon
j' = night with a 5M series. Ho had six Wisconsin directors who rankings. went through Its most spirited
order restraining the any sale.Maier I
of 20M9H-H7. workout of the season aa Coach I
\ garnet the club's
oppose move are Miami High with a season
Braves from said the "statement of
moving was con
1 Harvey Thomas, Advent Christian proper parties In the action. record of (-( -, topped the list John Vaught started readying
tinued. The order Issued will be sent to
by principles" -
mayors .f
; had a Ml; Bob Caldwell. his squad for their traditional
In another development Monday with 174 points. Coral Gables fol.
530 Frank Judge Ronold Drechsler prevented of other large cities in the
First
Methodist ; battle with Louisiana State.
\t Warner Highlands Presbyterian, the club from seeking Mayor Henry Maler and nation and a committee then lowed with a04 record and ,

: 820; Roy Bailey First Baptist National League approval of a representatives of several other will be named to meet with 148 points. I Tulane staged its annual night

I 520; Wilfred Michaud, Highland franchise transfer at a meeting cities Issued a statement urging baseball leaders. Points are based on caliber of workout as it began preparations

Presbyterian, (14; R. P. Mathl- team played against for Saturday's homecoming 1 t

son, First Methodist, 807; and game with Virginia Military
John Kuzma, First Methodist, Ole Miss' Clearwater, with04)) record Institute.
Weatherly moved into third
up spot
801. Warner had a 212 high
with 109 points followed by Louisiana State suited out In

'game. Jacksonville Lee, 4-1-0, at 94 .sweat togs began preparations
First Methodist No. 2 rolled a
3023 aerie oa J40-1047-10M. The ,Paces SEC in OffenseBIRMINGHAM points and Palm Beach High I
5-0-0, at S3 points.
:
1047 was Jbeit single, game. Gridder Dies ICs smart to take
,
The bottom half of the top 10 inventory *_insurance needs
made
by Lloyd
Splits were I was made up of: Hialeah 4-1-0, pariodially.,.to And out just what you have. and
Kaier, University Haufier Methodist 8- (AP-Misel. race, according statistic released 'Kentucky the only one of the 77 points; Tampa Robinson 4-1- METHUEN, Mast. (AP) -I what you may Deed Well be (lad to review your
1-10; Oscar First Nazarene tlppl quarterback Jim Weatherly today by SEC Commissioner total offense leaden who has a 69: Miami Norland. "1.0. S3: John Orcutt 14. an eighth trader I present,ro.ram.lt will coat you nothing end we may
6-7; and James Walls, Advent hat been responsible for gainIng -' Berate Moore.Weatherly I minus In the ground yardage Forest Hill .O.O. 81; and Lake at Lowell's, Edith Nouns' W able to improve :your protection, and save you

Christian HO. almost! the length of nine has a total of 179 column. Norton has lost 110 Wales 1-0-0. 47.Davidson. Rogers Junior High School, died Money, tool :

football' fields in the Rebels' six yards reached by rushing formanuunoth yards in rushes, but his 773throulh Monday after being injuredIn Call us today for delaitl.HOWARD.

SaturdayGrid games. 189 and patting for a the air give him a net an interscholastic football I'

That effort lengthened Wean- 720. ;M3 Is ame. HALL

,Scores erly's advantage In the Southeastern Alabama's Joe Namath holds Norton Is the SEC's passing Orcutt was Injured while

Conference total offense,down tilt leagua'i second spot leader however with his total AFL LeaderNEW making a tackle in the second I

aL Pam,."TtInceIIII despite an Injury which has limited up by completing M of 121 for period of a game with a Methuen AGENCY
N.vy 14 PIN I 14,11 i Two Share his action for three weeks. 479 per cent and four touch YORK (AP) Cotton team. He was pronounced I .tf.

SsSSsssvMM. He baa 132 ground yards and 8(2 downs. Davidson, Oakland's second dead on arrival at Bon Secours SOS N.I. let ST. FR 2-3456

Si, c n through the air. I string quarterback until a couple Hospital I
=. ib ;:. V. PIMT Back Honors Next In line is Rick Norton or( Weatherly has a higher perI of weeks ago, la the American ----- -- -
C"IIIIIM 11kCress centage.. 84.1. but less yards
=l .. than Norton. Namath has the Football League' No. 1
JACKSONVILLE: AP) -Ilev. of
( Scores 72
aa.w:m. e highest percentage of all, (4.( passer today. .a
Spurrier, Florida sophomore Latest AFL statistics show
.. vwewMit r. MTimum but ranks only third In yardage.The .
.
UN I. H* quarterback, and Fred BtletjaV Lead Tourney Davidson a nine-year pro veteran IFALLSPECIAL j
leader is
Fr3 RMwyMtf VQuriH rushing Rodger
WU Tt TvIM* koff, Florida State flanker back Bird of Kentucky who has on top in the league's pass- ..
;;Mill n :.UMMtatAI'MMM iI are co-winners of the State Backof I SAN JOSE Calif. (AP) 78 times for 453 yards carrind anda ng efficiency ratings after a
S.C. lIes irTftrtZiMCHMM N the Week award in college Two golfers, one from San (0 ive-touchdown, 419-yard binge
n, PWIHM IVMHI. ootbaU. Francisco: and the other from per-carry average. in last Sunday's 40-7 victoryover
Bt IXH IAukur : Spurrier picked up lit yards of Chicago turned in Identical 72 Alabama halfback David Ray Denver the Raiders
P
54.5. MM.MM
*
SIM* Mb M- lee' total offense In FlorMa'a 17-14 cards Monday to lead the holds the advantage in scoring. ,first of the season. I
Ntlrt Dams Sk SlMtaftf- I )sea to A II ba m a. BUetnlkoff amateur qualifiers for the Al-,but he's only made one touchdown -, The 30-year-old IIgnaJ.caDer,1
01 .,. M. WUcmiH IMIlMb caught 11 passes for 111 yards,maden Open Tournament starting His talented toe has given who considered retiring
.
I
511u 11 M.. .MM.. ....I.........,. 1 u FSU dropped a 20-11 verdictto here Thursday. I him seven of eight field goal attempts losing his starting Job to Tom i

M. UCLA rceNos.NtoT.1..a Virginia Tech' San Francisco's Jim Westfall and IS of 18 tries for ultra Floras last year .completed. I
OKI U M M.........OM rtel..s Against the nation's i top. and John.Harblnson of Chicago points for a total of 41 of 34 tosses and set a club:

...,....II.I'W.. ..McMfW, K.M M.II I ranked d a fans iii team. Alabama snot par for we rugged Anna- Namath and Bird each has X record for passing yardage. His
C___ 11 Sash*' 11 nine den Club points on six touchdowns.
1.al. M. 1... 11 t Spurrier completed Country course. I career-high performance shot
a..a MNNwMs 14. OMIw at.aitM IS tOntw of 14 passes for 141 yards ran Late entries In the pro ranks Florida's troublesome lonesome ,him past Kansas City's Len

r- ... C.n.N Sl. I II tlmea for 4J yards! passed for for the .,001 contest Included, end Charles Casey, has Dawson In league passing fig
O.I.Aa wearh. OM touchdown, ran and passed Bob Rosburg. 1181 PGA champion grabbed 27 passes for 398 yards 'ures.

41. tlr tW lyrMM$I. U.* MUMftlt. IIMJH for 11 first downs, did outstanding lite' 73-hole tournamentwill to lead the receiving depart- I Davidson received 81 of
It. V. P- 'M WMM punting and lad Florida on Include 131 professionals ment. He'i averaged 14.( yards possible M efficiency points
1
a,._W.MMsu.*.'a1... nWM drivtion.ll.UandilyardsBUotnlkoff with a pro.amateur round per catch and gone into the end 41 for Dawson and 41 for .1
I..AHUM 55151kaasn caught passes. for scheduled for Wednesday. tone four times. Hadl of San Diego.

a.UCENWR....._ : one FSU touchdown ana one
TCU 14 C. M
,.... 4 SIC* I conversion. He was described by
T,.. TcH U. Mil BeD of the Belli-!
.._ scout Upton
Aft tt. II CIWW."
W ,.. It, II, Trip,. Ts... 4Arlnm moe Colts aa "the best flanker

Wmttra II WywilMTn. II, Sire.r ,Vwtf 11 W I've teen In college."
The choices: were announced

Nancy Steele today by Jack Hslrston, president H front
Repack
of the Florida Sportswrlt- 10 !

.. Leads on 477 ers the Association Jacksonville and sports Journal.editorof wheel bearings 5


Nancy Steele rolled 477 se Honorable mention was accorded IU

.. ties in the Strelfa Bicycle Junior Bob Biletaikoff 'Miami 11_ Bumpertobumpersafety
League at Palm Lanes on quarterback and brother of UN.IIfS '
check
.', garnet of 14/-140119. Don Martin FSlTt Fred; Pat Conway,nu 59
had a 474 and a 201 high defensive halfback: Larry Du- i "JI/

game. paw, .Florida halfback; John Correct camber, anraa"
Rolling Stones bit a 21M series Vlber, Florida fullback; Val eM
and a TM best game. Splits Johnson Tampa fullback; Val caster toe-la

were made by Jane Pager I Andy Sixklller. Miami defensive

10; Chuck .Arnold -10; and back; and Steve Tens, FSU IDJHICKORY
end
front
Bruce Welsh, 2-7-10. TIMEMUFFLERS quarterback.I.IFE Align




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Of $183.5 Million Budget 'JU REVIEW VI'ii jJ _RtPOT _



M,> By DOUGLAS STARR ...
|Wide galleries on all four sides ii .
in TALLAHASSEE (AP) The and peaked tile roofs. I'I -- I Laic
Morning
.:University Board of Control! 60 Per Cent Over Current Initially three buildings-one -l

opened consideration today of a one story and two stories Readers' N.Y.
jposal! to spend 183.5 million Bill; Allots UF $83.3 Millionda would be constructed near the Request Listing
i general revenue for the unl- banks of Thompson' Bayou. AlllsChal 22'
) KalsAI
rsity system during the 1965- The three would be a combination Tht foJt...wnfl mrktt *moi tt_ ,. 304
biennium.The .r..._ _'""'" .. Alcoa 60'. Ken'c'tt 85
Institute for Continuing Uni--would be in existence for many classroomadministrativebuildings M.:HK- a- file= -TOCK LISTINGSPierceWulberitMurphs. AmAir 474 Llg&My 884
request represented an !Inease which later would become .
versity Studies $5.5 million; (years. AmCan 43 Lch'd 38'.
of 60 per cent over theirrent University of West Florida, $404 But Dr. Gore was reminded strictly administrative AmCyan 14"% Lorlllard 45%
appropriation. I million, and East-Central Florida -that the board still had to study I President Dr. Harold Crosby .. AmMot 164 Mag'v'x 14
The budget will be presented University, $918,231 I the i master plan, revise it, and said he wanted to begin operations NEW YORK STOCKEXCHINGE Pacific Sw Air .,?.._... .. 34 TOSOOTeC.uifS. 56'soffl' %I AT&T 88'. MplsH'n 126%
i the State Budget Commission A revised lyear master plan i vote whether to accept it. Immediately so the buil4' Schilltx Brew ,.._....... 44',I 19100 V. M & Mlr. 24't up S AmTob 384 MM&M 59
December for study and pre- for the development of higher Dr. Charles Forman of Fort Ings could be under contract by Abbott Lab .._ 2.40 40%" i, Socur Life & Tr ......... lEt 1 61 700 Xero Corp 103' off 5'% AmpxCp 17% Mohasco IS
itation to the 1965 Legislature]I education In Florida was taken I Lauderdale, Dr. Wayne McCall March. Allied Chem .._.... 1 80 52',i 1 Southern Nito ..." .... .. 254 I 1 60 500 U S Indus 1IH up 14 I Anac'da 57% Mons'to 12%
n April for final action. ,under study by the board. of Ocala Larry King of Miami I In other action, the board Amerada PI. ... 2 00 824,1 Travelers Ins ....._. 'M. .. 434i 58 900 Chrysler 604 off H Armour 52 MimtWd 43%
Here are the budget requests Monday A & M President Dr. and Chester Whittle of Orlando gave final approval to: Am Elc Pow ?...?,. l.I6b 454 i Union Security & Inv ......... 104 I 50 800 Com SI Corp 394 off H Babcock 37% NatDair 83%
\17 university: I George Gore asked the board's I said they didn't see any Immediate -I -Upholding the action of the Amer Enka ......_ 1 lOs 71 AMERICAN STOCK 48 200 Gen Motors 100% off 1% BethStl 40% NatDist 28%
i University of Florida $83.3 assurance that the university phasing out, if University of Florida In abolishing Amer Hone ?_ ., lOla 61"%, EXCHANGEAenojet 45 100 Vornado I 35% up 14 Boeing 62'. N.AmAv St.%
million; Florida Slate VnlverJiity -would not be phased out. I The board approved any.a requestby the Job of statistician In the Amer M Fdy ? ...... 90 194 i Gen. ........... 29'. 43 200 Ford Motor 104 off t. Borden 78 Penney 13'.
$38.( million; University of The board almost gave It to the University of West Florida -College of Medicine, thereby Armco Stl .._ .... 300 724Alih i Analex Corp __... .. .. 29Si I 39 700 Am Tel & Tel 68 off Brunswk 9"% PRR 424CaterTr
South Florida, $216 million; for an architectural style for discharging Dr. Robert Hoff- Topka ?.. _"" 120a 36%i Aqua Chem __.__._,,.... 154 35 100 Pan Amer 29'% off H 38'. PepCola 56
Florida Atlantic University him.Four members a majority of its buildings a combination of man. The vote was 4 3. |,Baxter Lab ......... .38 274, Aurora Plastics _..... ... 2S4 33 100 Brunswick 0'. up 4 Celanese 7O4 PhilMor 78
V131 million; Florida A and M the seven-member board, said the modern and the French and Requests by the University I Beckman In .,, ........ 88%I, Barnes Engineer .. .... 20'I 31 400 Atchison 36"% up n. Chrysler 60"% PhillPet SI'S.
| nlversity, $10.1 million: Florj. they were convinced that A & M of South Florida to offer mas- I Beech LF S'M' ...... 1.10 SIS,I Butler Shoe ....,.. .... 10 I C.Cola 131% RCA 32'.
l' Spanish colonial complete with, '.-..'.. v.oIft..r..._. """"anm..v..."... .In.. ".Imn.t....w. 1 Bristol Mv ...._... .. .DO IS Chromaloy ...._, .. ..,?.. ist4 AMERICAN STOCK ConEdls 944 RepStI 48%
all areas of secondary education -Brown Shoe ..... .. 340 105 /Cinerama ... _..._... 1'. EXCH ACTIVE: STOCKS ContCan 52'. Revlon 39'.
mathematics, the natural Brunswick ............ I'. Computer Sri .........._.. 23'. \' lum. Clone Change DowChe 774 RcyTob 42'.
Wakefield Says Spent Weeks sciences business administration 'Cambell S .?. ......, 240 34'.''Cutter Labs A ....i.... 174J i iI 87 800 Sterling Proc duPont 277 StRegP 33
and engineering most of Carter Pdt .. .....,.. lOfla 18"1 Data I Control ,.. .. _.. 81% 87 500 New Idrla 24 up 4 EAL 314 Seaboard IS',
them to await action by the Case J I _. .. .. Fulton Inds _.........._.. 94 62 700 Venture 24 up 4 E.K'dk 135 Sears 123',
Legislature for appropriations. Cessna Air _..... 1 00 17".1 Gen Develop ......... .. 4'. 49 600 Brail Tract Cap .4'% up '4 Firestone 42" Sinclair 50'.
i Trying To Get Election Infowrite -Establishing a neuroblologl- Ches Ohio .._..... 4.00 'Jax Mlnit Mists ...... .,...,. 84Mai 37 800 Corbun Credit )9 off 4 flaP,!. 10% Socony 874
cal program within the Collegeof Coas s KM __""..... MI.i. 'li.u Airline.- Medicine at the University of'CBS._,,..::: .:.ltob 39' Mead; :Johnson ..:.. ..: .... 174 ODD LOT FrmstDa 12'. SpcrryR 14%
f .In registration supervisor -registration office called for bya Ity In calling for the report. Florida using existing space, Comb Eng _....__. 1.20 34"-"sComsat I Pac Nw Tele .:............ 23 TRANSACTIONSrurcha Fr'plS'l 43. stBrand 13
[ candidate Troy Wakefield Grand Jury Investigating the Wakefield said his latest letter -personnel and equipment for research Corp. .._._ 39's'Philips Elec ..._. _? 48% FruehTr 32% SlONJ 18'.
Monday said he has spent six March Gainesville election. to Duncan asked if there 1 Cone Mills .__ .. .80 21'.'Redwing Carriers ..._. 104 ps ,...._..._... 449,227 CenDyn 39. Studebak 1% ,
weeks trying to get Information "As a qualified voter and citizen were "a single reason" why the.1 -Naming the physics building,Cost Alrl M' M'_'_ .40 22'bConll 1 Ric Group ... _.??_ '? 3'%l Short Sales .---..__._. 3.mSaII'I GenEI 184 Swift (34GenFd .
from State Attorney Ted Duncan of Alachua County, please report should not be made, noting -[lat the University of Florida In Ins .._.__.._ 2.20 62'sContri Sperry R. Wts _. ......_ 64 Other 443.138 11'. Texaco 81'. l 'I
about a report due In Dunican's -advise me if the report has been that he felt there were "a honor of retired chairman Rob- Data .._ 55 Syntex ....... ......,.. S94 Total Sales ____.. 448.411 GenMllla 45 Thlkol 14 '
, office on Sept. 1. submitted to your office or to number of reasons" why the report ert C. Williamson of the Com Pdts __ I 50 52" Tampa Elec _... ._, 29'. I PREVIOUS DAY'S STOCK GenMtr 100' UCarb 1274 1
; Wakefield said he has asked the foreman and members of should be presented."It ment of arts and Delta Air __ 160 62'sDel Tech Measur w.._,,.,._.__. 194 1 MARKET: Goodr'ch 11'% UnltAlrc 51%
[the state attorney about the the,.grand Jury. making. the !Investigation I seems to me It would be -Endorsing a request dtpart'j Steel .._...,... .60 il'sFnserson Twa Wls ...._...._. 31% Coodyr 48'. UnFrult II I
Italus of a report from the ," wsxeiieia wrote only good protocol for the report University of Florida and EI __. 1.00 43'4 MUTUAL FUNDS Advances ._,......_.. S38 Grehnd 24 US Steel II
f Duncan on Oct. I. to be made by the supervisor -da State to participate In the Fair Camera .. ... .50g 23 ,Affiliated Fund .?.._...... 135,Declines ....._.......... SM GulfOII 594 UnlvMi 15:%
+ He of registration," W. k e- national science foundation pro Flnan'l Fed _.__ 381. 'CapItal Life It Cr ,..,, ,...1024/Unchanged ,_.__.... _.__,,. 292 IntHarv 83. WestEl 43'. '
: Levy Skunk he sent explained to the that state both letters field said. "A number of prominent -gram. Fst Chartr ...., ... I 97r 25'sFot. Divers Growth .. ...._.?. 10 30,New Total Issues __ I'34 IntNIck 85% WlnnDIx 18IntPip !
attorney'soffice citizens In this Under the program, the board, West Fin. ._,.... 11' Dividend Shares..... ? 383Dreyfus 106M4 High ._..? 103 M'. Woolwth IrS
, Issued were from certified.the A receiptwas wondering why me countyare would merely agree to support I!Ia .ECat_ .___....._ 14' :,:?..,?.<...' ,. 2l36i i New 1M3-84 Lows _.__.. 13 JonesAL 82% )f,
Found Rabid 'for only the Oct. I letter post Wake office report [the universities i in seeking legislative !-roots I'all' ._ -.. .90 22' riaeiity t.'aplt _,.. ......,. 11.11 -- r-
has been
not made.
FMC Corp 1.00 82'. Fidelity Fund._ __.. 11I1 I
field said.Wakefleld. support for the programs. --- M""" NfW YORK TIMES MAtKIT
He said the grand jury was If approved fully, each university Frito Lay _.._._ 401. Fidelity Trend .....,._.._ 2000 AVIRA6IS. OCT. 24
\ Bit aManBRONSON said he talked with i an official body that called for would receive some $5 million -Gen Tele __._._ .88 35""% Fund'tal Invent! ...._....... II 14 I.' Nw TIM TIM* I
Duncan In September and the C.a raclf ... l.00b 56iuGetfy Income of Boston _' '.77 25 I ,
a specific report "under our In matching< federal funds Rail 152.95 150.91 152.14
, state attorney said he had notreceived Oil _... Incorporated 100.._ Up
Levy County court system. over the next five years. lob 21 i 1031 C5 Mutt. 905.12 194.41 1.2.// 1
health officials have resorted .the ,report. The deadline Grace Co. ........-.. I SlOb M's Keystone K .2 .... .._.....11. 593 ,I so StIck ., 529.01 522.70 7.91 Up I
that a skunk that bit a Levy set by the grand Jury for Hit Curtis ., .80 15'. Keystone S. 3 -. ._. 1709 I 525.K U.7I I
i
man was found to be rabid. I filing the report was Sept. 1. Hoffman Loses .IBM _.._.__.. 100 415 I Key.toneS.4 ,........__ SIll ,
1 Levy Sanitarian Basil May State Attorney T. E. (Ted) lot Mm ., ,. I lOs 12's Life Inveotors ......_...- 1070 1 j'JlJ(;K .p4i 'i .
laid the bite victim, Gordon Duncan told The Sun this morning I Tnt Tele C"': ::.:. : 180 54'4: !Life Stock Fund __...... I 01 MARKET J., L1t1J1LL$
Holder, will undergo treatment he did not want to discuss Kellogg ._..._. ., .1011 50""'. Mans Inc Stock _. .._ 1738 I I t
I
for rabies. May said the skunk's the Wakefield matter. Lehman CP 1.341 30's Mass Inv Growth _._ I II NEW YORK AP) The'
''lead was tested in an out. of- He did acknowledge that "10 Fight to Keep JobProf. I Litton In ._..__. 1.98f 74'b : Pioneer Fund __._... 10zg: stock market churned Irregular Pow Joaes Stork Average* } I
itate laboratory and the rabiesdieck my knowledge the report has Lone S CM 1.00 21''" :Puritan Fund .-..-'- I 87 ly In active trading early this iriis0s Day" '
proved positive. not been filed." Marsh FId 1.60 50 Putnam Growth _._.M". 1$ 34Tv&Elec afternoon. J giid HiIij }f'
May warned all Robert G. Hoffmann I dations of their investigator,"''Martin M --.. 1.00 19 .,. 151 Uncertainties about the 'election $77.01 31 fndust, fjj
,!Residents" against Levy picking County During hearings In Dr. Edwin .-lost his months long battle Jones saidJones McG HIII ____ .60a 31 I Value Line Inc .... '..,., .., .5t and the situation at Central rThTiTh" I
Itray animals and urged them up'istration Andrews' election suit, Re, Monday with the State Boardof had contended that the Mead Corp .. 1.70 46'Merkd Wellington. Fund ,._ Motor were factors In the 1
o Inoculate their Supervisor Alma Bejthea's Control to save his job .s I university did not have the authority -I' .. _,__ 2.0011..46 cautious Wall Street attitude 'lO5fl1Uijfjjj" ,I.I I.
pet againstables. I attorney argued that the statistician at the University under the constitution of Nail Airl ___ .10 51/1.) NY. E'MOST AC1IY. CM iothe $ $ oti1. .
grand jury.--exceeded Its-author-... of Florida from being abolish the State Board of Control to],NYCenti _.. _. .50, 52 /, STOCK! 15.11//, r fracUoCTonfyTrnr 5"the
ed.But j abolish a faculty position. /Nla M row __ 2.00 S8'. Complete Vet a..e I company' aaaembly plan I 19 I I
117 400 Auto Ma Ca Ii's I were working derail the off). '
Rural this morning his attorney Norfolk W ,_ .._ 100 146 .INoIndPS I
: Electric Hoffmann taught medical statistics -
Leaders Dick Jones, said he Is not' at the College of Medicine -, _,,. I." 82 It BOO First Charter 25% off I IcUl end of (he strike. I/firm Chemicals! non ferrous

sure on what legal grounds the and was a consultant In No Nat fiat 110 53'. The national election only a[mrtal and drug were mixed.
rged to Back Democrats board based its decision upholding -statistics at the Health Center Olin Math _.. I 20 42'I Egg Market week wy,' was exercising an The satiated5 Prose average
the University of Flor until his $9,000 a position l. Owens II (i _.. 1.50 Ins'a Inhibiting effect on Investors of
year M stock
ida's action In terminating terminated last June. Pac: G 'E.. ion si'. JACKSONVILLE AP- The according to market analysts at noon wa off
CLEARWATER (APRurallectric ) notion that REA will go about..Hoffmann's position at the wan Par tUn// 2 40 30'. Northeast Florida Egg Market' Changes of most key stocks 3 at 1314 with Industrials off
leaders were warned inlay -its business regardless of whom Health Center last June. In contesting the action thel I PaoT&T .. 1.20 2I prices to retailers: were frutlonal. 3: rails off ,4 and utilities off
that the future of their pro- he sends to Congress or regardless "We will take the case tothe H )ear-Gld statistician h Pall Ampr A -,- I 120 395, Extra large 4741, mostly 49; The tendency was a little lower
:ram hinges on a Democratic of who alts in the maintained that the University large 45-47 medium 37.40, mostty balance 2.Th.
White courtroom, Jones said today I Parke Day _. 1.00 21'PennzolJ. ; on among steel, motor -I Dow Jones Industrial
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ictory at the polls next lues- House In the ") of Florida's action was "dictatorial" -' 39 small 12.IS 34. .
next four years. "but we are waiting for and not In accordance 'M 2 00 421it. ; mostly and rails.F.lu.ctnicale'qtilpmi'nts 1 crags al mwn wa* off .11 at
ay.Norman Clapp said Sen. Barry Gold--the board secretary to give us with university stand Pfizer .... .. lila 45Phelps ... Poultry at farms: fryers_..14.. ._.. '-. were I 87682ler .
M. Clapp admlnistra- accepted - --- -
water Republican presidential an official report of yester- DO .__ 305 71%, -
>r of the Rural Electrification nominee, has said ards. Polaroid .. ,,
, told 409 persons' "that REA has 'done III repeatedly job' and day's Jones action said Dr. Myron Blee The Board of Control fester.day PubSVEG ,..280.20 1171/31 _____ '''I)'. I" "'n. ".T''.' "..Sn'r..

Mending' tl'e Region 11 meeting 'outlived Its usefulness.' the state board's special Investigator awarded Hoffmann his four,:'ure 011 __ 1.60 10 'I l w _
t the Mional Rural Electric By contrast he said "Presi In Hoffmann's case, month's salary since July 1, the,Rayonier __ 100 43Renall
boperative Association: dent Johnson and Sen. (Hubert) had found that the Universityof effective date his services _._ __ .50b St'.
"Let no one with a stake in Humphrey have demonstratedover Florida had not dealt fair- terminated through October. Rfyll Metl .50 33% Interest, Costs Rise in VlnltmtlllySyMn
I' Rural Electrification Pro.fram the years their belief In the ly with Hoffmann when It terminated Hoffmann has had tenure at' Rich Merr 1.00 II'. I ,

deceive himself with the Mirnoae- of rural electrification-.-----. his services. the University of Florida but RCCoIa..,.,, .. 1.20 JI'I.I ,I
and the REA program.:. "The Board of Control decided that question did not enter In I'Roy Dutch I.73g 41'%
ContributionsFor Rural electric leaders from not to accept the recommen-'the case. SearleGD.. .10 IS I't"frr
Florida Georgia and South Carolina ,Smapr _. 200 14I I ,
are the I Smith KIn .. l20a ..,r "
attending< meeting. Ii's I
Burns Go ,PRISON DENIES MEAT StiuCalEd ..I05 36'-I'I.I By SYLVIA PORTER !- or 14 per cent more [, Wins detested the Idea asmat'
St. Oil Ind. 2 OOb 43 Helsinki: Imagine<< yourself in 111 You would titus receive a I ) a* I at the start but now
To $320,757 No Special Mien Drug .IS 27'-I I the position of a Finnish wage- total of around 14 per cent and, he accepts: the 'lltd" lank account -
Poll Watchers !SICKENED INMATES Texas (Vtll .. I 20 13 I earner who on Jan. t, 1964! Inherited all of It would be lax I rat and bond a* "th lesser
TALLAHASSEE (Ap)-contri.itioiu Textron 1.40 49V5 the equivalent of $1.100' from the start of 1964. ,| flf evils."
to the governorship cam- TALLAHASSEE (AP) The I i DeWitt Sinclair Tidewater 35'sTranaWA. Assume you deposited the money You would be slightly behindthe I It I I. an .atlmliulon'ol Inflation -
RAIFORD State Prison Supt yesterday -
lip of Haydon Barns climbed I Florida Cabinet refused today ..., II la a special bank account I rise In your living cost! but yes but by assuring depomturs
, $320,757 this week as he re- to place special watchers it the denied a report that Inmates here have been made 111 Union Pit 1.101 il's (called "100 per cent clause, you would be a lot better off!I,[ and bond buyers that
tied receiving $23, 54. polls for the Nov. } voting as by being fed pork from the prison's swine herd. Unci Air .. 15Gb 141UpJohn Index tied-) and pledged not I IIJan. than If you had put your I,the purchasing power of their
The financial report, filed with the state Republican chairman 100 Irs to withdraw your ncsirgf until! In mon-I,massey will b* protected. II encourigr -
|* a regular account
had asked. "Several months ago, be said "when butchering some 1. IMS. at the tirl 11.1 y '
thtmlo
cretarjr of State Tom Adams Jim Walter 25% the highest rale I sv*. "Thn
so showed that the Democratic Tom Brown of Tampa urged hogs raised here we found that some of the carcasses War Lamb .ft 36'.I,What would you earn In Interest paid. uvlngi are essential to 11.1 p
the Cabinet to provide the had ruptured blood vessels."We 'Oft your $1.000 In 1964 One of Finland's 'flnant
mine spent $37,272 last week money Worthlntss_ 151 unusual[ Induitry' development!
oiling his general election for hiring special deputies did not use that meat and we have bren conductIng Xerox 471.1' ((1) You would earn a straight move In the iphrrn of national and )hnmtbulldlngw Because
rapaign total to $271,501. ,of Secretary of State Tom Adams an Investigation to find out what Is causing the difficul Zenith ,_ 1201 II'S I rat of 24 per cml. and family finance In recent 'Finland has had only limited ac-
Charles HoIIey Republican "to assure an honest electron. ty. l (2) You would earn extra !Interest ,earl hat been the development sees to the world' money mar-
mlnee for governor, reported: ." OVER THE COUNTER of around II per cent -, and refinement! ol bank aci -.'kits, she has had to rely baa,. ,
it he spent ..211 last week I|I I The Cabinet took no act ion "We are not now feeding any pork from our own herds eec ood voss-(...'-! ,......o4-I.. .ooas equivalent to the upiurg I In'i,count and long term govern.m -,Illy on her people' savings to
r a total of ".15Z. He Mid he,'after Brown made his request pending an outcome of our Investigation even though" we a#- asooee C S.'nee ... Finland's cut of living this. nl* bond tied to her ml .finance I her economy's growth
reived $4.tel for a total $uI,-I This means there will be no have been assured by expert that It would be safe to do |s-.CM. 54 .tut I. 50 rt .54 ee'_IMIOtAIico __fro...,.1 year. .1 In/' -1I..ln... ... I-,-,U-<. 1i...-. .., ..... ..1..',I r I It Ia only a nilllillk. and Mi I
I. .further opportunity since the so." 0 ..5 ,- O5 -, ,., v.._.... ._.._....,..... ."..,.,,... ..._"..,.... .,lit55; !Idea i II that If you deposit:I i a cur for inflation' fiver, yis
:Candidates are required to rent 1 voting la next week. Sinclair said there .has been no recent outbreak of virus _.0 .SW. ,_0.0" eel .505 C I loul I of around 114 p" cent In''!savings* In a special account or[''- but Wirl emphaslxe. "By

weekly where their money Illnesses at the nrann from ass., iou. whalMMvlr.I | Land __ .. 114" intern keeping you theidof buy a FInnish govemmen bond. |mcourglng people to save U
me from, how much andre I I; -- n.n. -- ..:; ::' .__ Amer Fidel Life 2S4 the slump In the buying pow-|[you'n not only lit paid a stated decrease* the amount they

It went Amer Heritage! __, 2Z'. er of your Flmmtrk. The !Intern ,rst of biltrtiit. Youll alto jets)upend on good and thereby dacreae -
!rhe Republican candidate for Old Coins Amcr Mat Isis .., .._ 20. you receive *Lw would lit,a guarantee that the money you! upward prnture a a
> Senate, Claude Kirk report- Lead to Arrest Asset Pioneer Life __ if%'lax free at of May I I. 1914 :I jplac I In.. tha special bask. accouni price In critical ,,'Ioda."
that he spent fill last wk Anheuser Busch $74: You would therefore, be willIng ) -:i or in fovrrnmeni DOOOJ What about exporting the Ideal
a total of S2J3f. He said he Anodyne --- 4SCiliMRs to deposit your cash In this,,,I will continue I* hold ill buying I l the U.3. I hope we never
'*i.ed StD to donations far Of Bank 27 I pedal bank account even I lathe power even In period of rapid! accept It. for I hop we never
15.321 IobII. Suspected Assailant Com Lt Pow _> ?'.? .. J7SCowlri I,, face of a major Inflating-,r hr climbing living cost*. This I II 1 admit Inflation aa a way of Ufa
'
; Mag Pb .. USF1 and this I II exactly what Fk .1 achieved by linking the Intern, and alter la our effort to control -
1 1I '........ ... -. _. IN". I'oiih families hat* been dole1 I you care on your fund to the U. I dislike a aregram
..ifJlIoaStolen I A routine follow op to the!iThursday ', Simmons, who had been Ii,. then choked tirt Into, unronwlOUIMM -!'',: CM __ ? .11 on an Increasing scale through,IOIIt-ol.UvInC Ind... I huh give pr.frnUal Ire-
I morning rapt of an''1 bog to St Petersburg aim August I He rsnsacktd thai i i Florida Nail Bank M Itti .,I II I* an !idea which I detest meat to thon who have *aving .
Lt VFW Club I elderly Gainesville woman baa' apparently returned ben woman's bedroom taking coin'FleT.h.... 28 Or lef a assume you oVposlul and which I sharply rrlflrhH, *. U ever applied to U. I.
molted to the arrest of, land ether Hems. I Form Lib- _' 25 .1... In another special when
only: a few days prior to the %I your It was latroductd to the ftvod, UM con of Jiving
lurglar look 50 bottles of,her suspected attacker police. After Identification by the'',Founders Life __ If I account (called: per ceajljCUMIM mid 1990* by Finland for link would only add to our debt
offense. .. ._. ,
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chief W. D. Joiner
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tot valued at $225 from (heeranf I victim Simmons was charged!Franklin Life ST% us nrne ;, a I' miatidged enai U a. DiuiHiy. M an admi-hordes In InfUilon periods ,
of Foreign Wan Club I Joseph N. IIWIodaJ'1 I The attack occurred early with rape and breaking and enbring -('Great American ___ IJ'erMt lOt to withdraw the.tin* of Inflation a* a wy oflif worm) our problem.
the Waldo Road police reed old GaInesville Ne Thursday morning to the aouthai -| with Intent to commit a .. a% money until Jan. I. 1989. at Use *. I Finland' cost of uvuig
' today.' i rested Saturday aft<< of I felony.I Gulf U -U'W earOet W'ltat.Id you earns'.I Yet the fact I Is, a* Dr. Klaus,,lied t financial Hup anderUnn
'0 sign of forcible entry,linked Urn with me sate of m i section Gainesville. Therapist .I! The cat is the eighth report.]Hrrfl Jones _, lEe en lisle '-port la UK* 12 War! governor of the Bank of what happens when a sMile ,
e found. I:enl old cote takes during the] entered his victim's ed: here this year. Joiner do Home Jilt __. mortl't t Finland, put I! In a talk we had allows M* wale.prtce.s.I. ;.
'. B. Newton 172 NW 1Kb''assault. A pew shop operator home through an unlocked dined to comment on powlblej KMOMIW Ute _' w.t (41) 'U rare a tirtlghfIntern. la Helsinki, thai -In/lain ha rultural polirie* to tit Ilea an I <
, who reported the Incident,identified. StrjMMM M the SJUMho portB OMr.J I Involvement of Simmon to ,.,- LIfe eI Fla "' of 4 per tent. I,.been Finland's problem threat" repealed inflation spiral/ K to Iii!
id the bottles were takes .. sold hits the J ot. The!I [Her assault other lhaa to eve J"we Lowe Company ? UMIIII' (2) You would tan extra toternt yean and, strong or mIld Inflation on of the few confnalna af f f
letiine between Tharsday.1 coins were identified by !Ac vie After threatening her with aWe. are stall Investigating dIf, Electmn __ V* eqnivalml to hal W ... la a permaacnl threat.'. (allure I bund hi ibis cmarageou 'f
1 yesterday. 1 1F ,tilL I !the attacker bound her,1'previous cajes." 'Sled Guaranty Isis __ a 'I I tIN rill ta you r cost af OwIng A* FlAland-i top central bank,I *, independent land. '
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r'll'. ax ReportJACKSONVILLE

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Next week's decUoa Ii like{ to Mt a record amount oftlcket..lpUtt1nl THE (AP-Mayo) an Investigation of the depart- fuses! politics and administration ,
Haydon Burns, Democratic nom ment." I the said. "For ,
report police
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: U per cent of the voters now express their inee for governor says he Is In; The report said the depart- to work under such circumstances
candidates for Presl- HARRIS
I intention of for different party
I dent and for voting the Houte of Representatives or U. 8. Senate. i > accord with a police department'ment is reasonably financed, Integrity and impar-
which has become j
survey a staffed and criminal
: equipped to successfully tiality In administering
One of every four persons says he will also vote for a \ SURVEY
campaign issue. "
Republican for Congress.Overall I I perform its mission but justice must suffer, said the report -
j In the congressional and Senate vote, the divisionof : The survey by the Interna- lacks capable administration."One made by A. Everett Leonard
J I the country is running SMS per cent Democratic! far Among Johnson voters who Intend to vote Republican for tional Association of Chiefs of of the major flaws of of the Field Service Division
Ii below the percentage President Lyndon Johnson Is presently Congress however preference for the President on civil rights Police found inefficiency In the the Jacksonville police la that it of the association.
polling against Sen. Barry Goldwater and Identical to the mounts to 86-It per cent. Obviously, It'will take massive department. The 400-page reportwas I
I congressional vote In .. Not all the UcteUpttfing will shifts In conviction among these ticket-splitters in this final financed by the city and ,
I'I'I I be among Johnson supporters since I per cent of Goldwater week to dissuade them from voting for Lyndon Johnson for made public Oct. 22.Burns' ==CHAIN LINK- J
voters chiefly !In the Sooty say they will vote Democraticfor President FITZGERALD Republican opponent,
the House or Senate.A I The potential crossover varies greatly by key groups with Charles Holley of St. Peters
major consideration in assessing the likely outcome of voters in the East the South, conservatives, middle-of-the- Fla. Guidance burg, laid criticism In the re- HURRICANE ,t
the balloting a week from today la the extent to which ,,, readers and Independents leading the way: port at the door of Burns who I
people will carry out their currant Mentions el crossing !i Voting In House And Senate AssociationTo Is also police commissioner."I I
party lines. U enough Republicans return to their party I t| For Races Will Vote have no intention of debating I' FENCE :
choices for lower offices It Is also possible that they will Johnson Democratic Republican Meet HereThe the report because I'm In J
cut the current Johnson majority. PREFERENCE North Florida Personnel wouldn't have recommended the _
On the other hand, if these same voters feel most strongly \. Per Cent Per Cent Per Cent and Guidance Association will survey" Burns said Monday. NOWF1om. ,
bout the Presidential election and thea stay with the whole Johnson voters 100 15 IS meet Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. "This was a study of administration ,
Democratic ticket-as has been the casa !to the past-they Goldwater voters 0 6 M at the Wesley Foundation, 1320 and fln.nclalaspew, not I,
could wipe out a major segment of Republican moderates BY PARTY W. University Ave. 1"
running for the Senate Congress governorships. ;l: Republicans 25 8 W Dr. Paul W. Fitzgerald, supervisor f :1
The results of this survey clearly demonstrate that ticket- \ Democrats 81 78 22 of guidance of the CORE Backing .' :i
splitters feel more Intensely than the rest of the electorate Independents 67 U M Plnellas Co. school system will I iI I
bout the Presidential contest. For example, while the nation BY POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY be the featured speaker. His Freedom Rally
u a whole prefers Mr. Johnson to Senator Goldwater Conservatives 47 33 67 topic will be "The Adult Guidance t
66-32 per cent as the man who can best keep America out Middle.road voters 69 M 44 Program of Plnellas County A mass freedom rally spon-
i of war Republicans planning to split for Johnson prefer BY REGION Schools." sored by the Congress of Racial FREE 'Information fir Estimates
the President on the peace Issue by a staggering 17-1 per \L East 70 53 47 Dr. Fitzgerald Is a nationally Equality, will be held Oct. Sea Our Quality Get Our Price '
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cent \ Midwest M 54 46 known figure In.counselor ed 31 at 8 p.m. at the Mt. Pleas- Before You Decide Immediate Installation
Similarly Mr. Johnson Is now running 60-40 per cent over ;, South 42 57 43 I ucation. He is currently pres- ant Church 624 NW 2nd St NO DOWN PAYMENT Up To 36 Months To PoprPHONE
Mr. Goldw.ter on who can best handle racial problema.AF West 62 5g 41 ident-elect of the American The- purpose of the meeting is
School Counselor Associationand to kick off CORE'S : I 3725333SAUNDERS j I rt..
la national co chairmanof tion and legal

Half of Families the American School Coun- regated facilities in ht-Ic.1 OIL CO.
I selor Association's study on ville, according to i J
he school counselor's role and d ills. Speaker will 814 N.W. 4th St. '
function. Elton Cox of High, t f'f'I
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;, WASHINGTON (AP) Nearly .'for U.S. seizure of some Cuban .
half the American women fishermen who had strayed into '

I .kt itq { .#44 i rwr and children living at Guanta- American waters. Less than a Nothing gets around like a goblin withCHEVRON
namo when Cuba shut off the month later Castro offered to
naval base's water supply last turn the water back on but the
winter have returned to the United States spurned that of
+o United States, the Navy reported fer.To II I
today. I make the base Independentof I

The U.S. family population of; outside water sources the .
Guantanamo totaled 1,747 aa of government ordered construction -
Oct 1. Last February it stood at' of three plants for converting
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2,114. All dependents are expected salt water to fresh with a
t to be gone by February daily output of 2.2 million gal
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lons.Two
1 Gradual removal of depend. of the three plants have
a anti of American naval and been finished and are producing .
a { civilian personnel Was ordered IS million gallons a day the
Fob. 11 aa one of a number of Navy said. The third plant la on
I .the
LIVELIER
measures designed to make the schedule and due to be in business .. gasolines!
base self-sufficient !In mid-December.

Several days earlier Fide As a result Navy tankers
1i Castro shut off Guantanamo'I which had been shuttling back

i fresh water source In retaliation _and___ forth nn between _Florida.n___ and___
I the Guantanamo base for seven Even your car teems to awing

Man Held months have been relieved. Into the spirit o!gay occasions

Families leave the base as when fill with Chevron? .
their menfolk finish twoyeartour you up 1,0-". .. I
In Fatal periods. New men are sent The new and modem motor f i

to Guantanamo on one-year fuela-ao right for Dixie's pulsing pace to- ii

ours, without their wives and day! Your choice of three great Chevron "
(AF eaaeMsa DM Iw'I children.
ShootingA The military population of the gasolines. Each packed with livelier performance {

-Binge She Yelled 24 year old Negro laborer base is 4,125 men, plus 154 U.S. ..long-running economy.What ',

Bobby Perkins, 522 SW 5th civilian workers. everyou drive,there's a Chevron'that offers
J Michaollnt (Mickey) Lea Hatnlckt, 4, of Denver, To keep morale from slipping, ?
points a crutch at the cameraman and y dialing!," 01 Ave f murder, was held following/or Investigation the fatal the Navy said it is expected mod for your money. Besides, in Chevron t r i
in New York aa aha was Introduced aa the March of of another that married men sent to the and Chevron Supreme you get Methylftht I
hooting Negro man
Dimes Child for 1965. From time to time the amlllnf Monday. base without their families "will different antiknock compound that helps
youngster turned to another newsman and with her be able to return to the Steles I
I rifle-crutch picked Mm off with another "Blngl.! Capt. R. T. Angel of the once during their tour for develop all the power built into your car.
Gainesville Police
Department leave." Stop at Standard. Go lively with Chevron!
aid Leonard Colson age unknown -
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"Extensive in the
plans are
t 226 SW 6th Ave, was
Wed Will "
They Spend mill for Christmas leave, the
shot with a .32 caliber revolver
Honeymoon Behind Bars during an argument with Per- Navy also be said.given"Single leave In the men Statesor will We lake better care of your car

I ins over a car. In Jamaica." ,
The shooting occured in the
DADS CITY (AP-The) bride fenced six to 16 months for 600 block of SW 7th Ave. An The number of Cuban workers
has gone to the women's state breaking and entering. ambulance rushed Colson to coming onto the base each day STANDARDrr
I prison at Lowell and the groom They said good-by In the court- Alachua General Hospital and returning borne to Castro
la headed for Ralford both sen- room of Circuit Judge Richard where he was pronounced deadon territory at night has been reduced
I Kelly after their marriage arrival. by about two-thirds from OIL
ha 1,600 total at the time of the
Race MakesDifference Angel said police detectives
"One time my father told me water cutoff. i ..
I I was searching for something will continue Investigating the The Navy said between MO

and when I found H I would case today. and 600 Cuban workers come I
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change," said 2J-ytar-old David through the gate on an average 'Z f f1
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I Wheeler. And squeeting the 14 Seniors work day. Another 600 or so live :
In DivorceWASHINGTON hand of his 60-pound) bride, Mary .on the base and never cross
Nunley, It, he said, "I havi DistinguishedROTC i back Into Cuba.
(found It)."
(AP) The Cadets H
Supreme Court upheld Monday David and Mary were arrest
I validity of a Virginia law requiring last August for taking Fourteen UF Air Force ROTC .1
that divorce decree the same crime. They wet., Seniors were named aa Distinguished U 1kj
stele the race of the husbandsand sweethearts they said. So they Military Cadeta in It _
wives. when to jail together ceremonies .held In the military
Two Negro women appealed building Oct 21st and 22nd. t
from a decision by a special Last week Peace County Sheriff Col. William N. Boas presented -
three-Judge federal court In Bull Gaines said the two I the awards to Earl W. Conner tram protection at _
Alexandria Va. The special told him they wanted to marry William P. Constable III.t less cost with IHomtowmn __ ,f .F t1?4 $ '
court said that vital statistic before going to prison. He Hid t Michael A. Dorso, Charles E. Policy. N

"obviously are aided by denota- they felt that way they would Fosha Jr., Christopher D. Hagar Contact me todiyl t ., 1 i ( It
tion In divorce decrees of thrace have something to live for. Carl D. Helshman, Ronald _

of the parties." Gaines and Kelly arranged to, B.> King Randolph E. Lee Jr. tU. (
The Supreme Court In a brief delay the departure of the two I Bruce R. Matea Ronald E. \\,7 ,
.order, summarily affirmed the to their respective prisons and I Smith, Russell T. Swain Jr., A,..
special court's ruling The order the ceremony was performed I Nicky C. Touchton. David E. 1117 \ \ : _; :
noted that Justices John M. Saturday afternoon. Weiland and Daniel H. Willits. ( _
Harlan and William J. Brennan In order to be eligible for f .
favored hearing argument on the award each cadet must
the appeal before announcing a Parks Want maintain a 2.J grade point average j '

.decision and show leadership poten-
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The women In appealing' to Road Money Ralph Twliujton .Y, l I t
the Supreme Court contendedthe tial.After
graduation each DMC
state requirement violates TALLAHASSEE (.APTin may apply for a regular com- i I
the US. Constitution guaranteeof State Park Board la seeking mission in the Air Force or ls TAT... ., PAR:]r; I
equal protection of tows. ft.1 million Its proposed budg- eligible for graduate training .""..-c-....'.-..... t S Ir ,
One of them Barbara Jack get to build and maintain roads paid for by the Air Force' r it I
Ion Williams, said the requiremint lithe parks.
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threatened harm kt her :..
pending divorce action. The This was the first time the CHECK TECHCOLOR I
other Gladys Quander Tancfl board has ever proposed to takeover WITH 4s
I asked a court order striking the financing: of the .... t
from a IMS divorce decree 1Mword Before K was left to the State TV HEADQUARTERS 1/ ;

"coIortd." Road Department SYLVANIA MOTOROLA MAGNAVOX .
In a second decision, the Supreme 1 .I
The proposed budget totals
Court affirmed a lower I
US minion, and contains: a
court ruling that a Virginia TECH TV
requirement for separation of Jump of about 41 per cent for
salaries and. staff eipanaioa. ,
official
names by race In some
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records violates the Constitu The lest legislature gave OPEN ill. TIL f -5 PAYMENT PLANSie '........siwen--sow;.r oww e...
tion's equal protection of laws park board H million for the .
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JESSUP Md. (AP) After lof-weeding out ringleaders of might be reassigned "15 much Monday night's disturbancewas

stripping prisoners of scores continuing unrest at the for his own safety as anything. mild by comparison with
I of weapons .t the riot-shaken I( "\>e got about 38 priSOn'j' else" the Friday night session In that

I Mainland House of Correction. ers' and there are ) There s no basis at all for one, about half of the 1,700 prisoners

w I officials picked up today the Job. more to no.." said Vernon L. ,the complaint about the office ran loose in the cellblocks -

jPepersack.! state commisslonei:"worker" Pepersack added He I set dozens of fires,

p /lof corretlion. I said the emploxe does not ban I jammed locks, smashed windows
) a Unity Pica ''Om.. we need them out and die the kind of work involved In and furniture, and floodedthe

I i I[get them all assigned to one,the complaint '(i floors by ripping out plumb-

Is Pressed (section, we'U be able to get The commissioner told the.ling.

,place back to normal again this''strike spokesmen Monday\ he i i Some 100 state police helped

He gave the appraisal early,would consider their complaint put down the riot and rescue 12

/ t By Kremlin I j today after a cell-by-cell search They returned to their guards[ who had sought refuge

by guards and slate police,shops, but the idleness contin In cells and a utility tunnel
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,r MOSCOW (AP) The Kremlin '')ielded knives clubs, chains ued.At
1t 1 w "' 't new leaders pressed their;and other weapons in possession: quitting time the inmates FOR EXPERT

t t 1 i campaign today to restore unityin ,'of prisoners. 'left the shops, ate dinner Without TREE SURGERYCALL

.- the European Communist\ Some were found In cells but ,< Incident and returned to

/ .", I world In the aftermath of NikitaKhrushchev's most were tossed from the,their cells

,burred cubicles of the four- But Pepersack received word
(''' : ouster ,
'tiered cell houses as Inmates Itt'I II through the prison grapevinethat FR. 6.2661

I t:: !;" I The government newspapers I fires. Jeered whistled and ringleaders of a riot which e 1Msaiae T...
.. the
Izvestia aimed at
an appeal I shouted to distract the searchers -:,.
: I 'erupted at the medium-security e Cevisy *.*..'*.
: 11 ftJ Soviet Unions East European, moving from tier to tier At j prison last Friday night planneda w..k .....lnf
; allies, warning in a front-page least four fires were touched new uprising! for Monday e. hilt.."". a T...
editorial that further economic loft but all were small and were Snivel.
:night.
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f '....'Ii I progress In the bloc will require'quickly doused with extlngumhlen About 40 state police who had Sp.eriat T.I.AtI"

i \ ;;; I. : stronger unity. ,I IPepersaik been sent to the prison earlier In C."",,.

x hvestia made no mention of" said a sit.down) i the day were ordered Into the

Red China and the bitter dispute I strike Monday Idled about 300'< blocks at T pm. to keep .-.-
Charge 'Em, Gators which split it from the Soviet',Inmates In the prison laundry'i',order during segregation of .

|Then art bugle charges and then then art bugle charge, played on the biggest bugle In the land, owned Union The appeal apparently I I and workshops. He met wilh'l I inmates tabbed as ringleaders
spokesmen for the strikers and md
the University of Florida Gator Band. The braaa horn, nearly eight feet longla wed to play the Gator sought to quiet unrest that has i 1 received to help search for weapons
list of I II .
ge when the defensive unit of the football team lines up to I atop the opponent., Playing (above I ) It Tom swept the East European nations -I a grievam that They worked until after midnight wsnMSLMSoeul
and holding ta majorette Jackie LaPerche. (UF Photo I ) SUKS Khrushchev was They complained a guard
,
1 dumped Oct 14 as premier and treated prisoners brutally, that
Commu an office worker was not keepIng ... .. M TRANS
first of the
LBJ View cost party.secretary proper account of money Central Heating
umphrey Whafs Outlook and time-off credits earned by !!
Izvestia did not name Khrushchev shop Inmates and that the prln- & Air Conditioning

[its Method Of Morality but It repeated assurances ,on commissary did not carry a Avoid the ruth tool loa' 'Intlall e dun,
that his policies of de- big enough variety of Items. sots and tcorwmical' TRANS unit now at "btt -
r For GOP Right? stalmizatiun and economic progress -,I 'III\ talk with the guard *.,n "0''''',' pciol' pnctt. Completely ,"- $985 I
I tolled and quarontttd for 01 low at I
ff Barry 'Incredible'ST. would be continued by par Pepersack told newsmen, 'but NO DOWN PAVMINT ...... .. S ,.....
ty leader Leonid I. Brezhnevand :live already done some checking For Frtsi Estimate I
I WASHINGTON (AP) With Williams of Delaware and Roman Premier Alexei N. Kosjgm ; and can't find a thingto "
EW YORK (AP) SenI LOUIS, Mo (tAP) Fret- AIL AMIRICAN
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M,' Humphrey chargedy the election a week sway, Republican L. Hruska of Nebraska, ident Johnson holds a distort 'In the present moment." It, substantiate the complaint Ph. 376$2'". MIATINO O All. .
strategists now believe Viand candidates Paul J. Fannln about him." ... :- CONOITIOMINa tO.
"the of and y
| that Sen. Barry Gold- ed, Incredible view of morality -said, cause peace ,
f conservative GOP senatorial In George Murphy In He however the linMed tlaadN- taw..d
bat made tasteless parattacks' Arizona ," says Republican vice-presi social progress In an Incre.slng'derree I- said guard
candidates might have a better(California, Bud Wilkinson in -- --;:-:-- -- --:, -; .
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on President I dential nominee William E depends on strengthenIng ,
chance than liberals of surviving Oklahoma, George Bush In Tex. .." ,\ '. ;1'1- Ii
I Iallst '' \ I and has launched "a ''' Miller, who turned to the Midwest the unity of all intl-Imperl- ''\ .
''as
a presidential contest defeat' and Ernest 1. Wilkinson In /
\
.tic campaign to deabnoat for Sen. Barry Goldwater. ''Utah. I today In his final bid for forces and first of all the ,0 .. I

every. aspect of Any such outcome would be I I I The Republican strategists votes unity of the Socialist countries,I I
scan life." Miller said In a statement the world Communist move 1
i likely to slow down the efforts of I are: not counting anybody out.1 I
that Johnson had
Monday night ment"
roldwiterites", 'uldpliny GOP moderates to bring about,But they concede privately that
in remarks prepared what (".ov. George Romney of Sens Kenneth B. Keating In the"actually significance tried to of the downgrade Bobby The key step, It said was the" You can say "Chrysltr" swinteen lj

I meeting of Democratic I Michigan: and others have called New York Hiram L. Fong in economic cooperation

era, "spread 'doubt and "''a rebirth of the Republic.nparty" Hawaii and J. Glen BeaU in Jenkins Baker case arrest and by implying the Walter that ments the Soviet Union : IlIrt'f"1 times and not repent. yourself onea.
n about If Goldwater should lose Maryland, all considered moderates :1 ed with the Communist
our
govern- their Improprieties and mistakes

J In 10 state races where the have uphill battles on : European nations. 1
They scold our youth were somehow the almost!. I _. ,
eta cities and show a Republicans, credit their candidates their hands. Sen. Edward L. inevitable backwash administration Diplomatic Informants in vienna -
with sn even or better Medham of New Mexico a conservative "any said they had heard tie. I
t Ii 1 diaregird of our elder must face i
than even chance of wowing, Is put In s similar The statement was 1 issued In Kremlin was putting\ pressure _"
an but three of the nomineesare Communist
category. East European r
the Goldwaterites." add- New Orleans the final stop on a on
(the Democratic vice listed as conservatives. Republican strategists ana- Miller swing through the South parties to speak out against I. 1).eepoie Tee Sedan ,t Newport 2-Oeet Hudson
prat-
Rep Robert Taft Jr., runningIn lyting governors' races, think Monday.On Khrushchev So far only Hungary 1
candidate, "America Is Ohio to given the best chance central 3
chance of
the GOP has a good his schedule today were has dom so. Its
and tired. What an Insult to of of of the Republican J
winning any moderates Rom-
electing two i visits to St. Louis Champaign committee Issued a statement!
gnat cotntryt"Pumplirey senatorial candidates ney In Michigan and Charles'(Ill., and Detroit Mich* Sunday saying Khrushchev's 4Li' ,

addresses a gel Party moderates think that Incase Percy In Illinois. Miller hammered at Johnson regime made regrettable mis .
he-vote> appeal to the work of a Goldwater defeat, they A confidential party rundown ." '
Monday In Georgia, Florida and take. t Newport 4-Ooor Nwdtop 4 Newport 4-Osor Sedan
after a get-ouMhe-dollars could count on Taft' to help reorient I credits Republicans with a
Louisiana and ended the day at Hungary Csechoslovaki: ,
besl to the President Club the party. chance of electing in I '''
governors I. 125-a plate dinner sponsored East dermany and Poland have .;,
organization of party con Sens Winston L. Prouty of 12 states. Besides Winds and In New Orleans by Democratsfor all praised Khrushchev since his I

J I. Vermont and Hugh Scott of Michigan these Include Arizona Cioldwater. ouster. The diplomats In Vienna f "
' Pennsylvania If the latter can Delaware, Indiana Kansas, I i I ,
phrey turned his cam- The dinner was attended by 2.- said the Kremlin has told I Its
to New York -for the breast an Indicated tide! for Montana, North Dakota, South 000 persons, who filled two large'allies it was time they realized I. Ncwpwt 2-ttrt wagon Nwpeut Cenvwtibi.Li.
dttaiealter delivering President Johnson In that state Dakota, Utah Washington and hotel dining rooms I!that Khrushchev bad outlivedhis
would be counted on to bulwark \' Wisconsin. 1
I Head table Included
aps hit sharpest attack on guests usefulness
the moderate cause. I There Is frank admission In Leander Sr. LouistanaDemocrat t
Perei
ter. the GOP presided- a j!
The Soviet leaden apparently .-
But In seven other states the memo that the margin of and :
/ | candidate, la a University of where Republicans believe they outspoken segre faced more difficulty with leaden ,
President Johnson's poll-predicted gationist. .
mat his aides ,
speech
one of the best soi hive a chance of electing their advantage will affect' Miller made separate speeches of tho Vest. European Communist ,. N..pes 9-s.d Wapw' I. MO Convertible

candidates, the nominees are close In to the diners in both of the parties I
,generally regarded as conserva races Massachusettsi In he ,, Red delegations from France. .i 1
large rooms each
weeks ) .
of
from speech- and
i lives. Rhode Island Vermont .
I basic Denmark Austria, Italy India
pressed his campaign
and ever MW the and hlara then of forced a GeJd-to I They Include Sens. _John J. West Virginia. I II theme that, under Democratic I and other countries have begun .- : :
I I to Moscow to find GUt
!administration, corruption had :flocking
fan's horn, Humphrey''the' flourished! at home and the na the real story of the sudden .. 300 2-Oow HNdHS I 2* .3IID 4-Ooor HtnftoeXL
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logical cense- Negro Welfare Buys Food :tion's security had been weakened power shift and what It pur
of CoMwatertam are I II
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clear.we .
too
were to do as be bids With United Fund Dollars a- ._

we would find ourselves Today In HistoryIng I '
Wally at Wit .U over the Three small children travelIng \ led tt from the Greater Gainesville :, I& 10 J.OeMo Catvadhie MM 2-Ooar HeriUS

;=. war fought with nuweapona alone to Gainesville on a United Fund In 19M. It Is
tasters Eu- Today Is Tuesday Oct. 17, intention to cultivate the "
te train from South Carolina became the nation only voluntary social I
k escalated war to Southeast stranded recently to Jacksonville service speciaUzinf In the the 301st day of 1M4. There anIS friendship of Central and South : ''r

k far against Cuba war in They were frightened, problems of people away from days left In the year. American nations #

homesick, and hungry. home. Today's highlight In history In 1122, Mussolini marched on
Forte n a t ely Because! of the tremendo u s On this date In 1795. the San Rome U. New Yorter 1 Dow Merits* U. New Ys.kiveats VMSJMM.

someone current mobility of people Lorenso Treaty with Spain provided i In 1J3J the Rome-Berlin ad
lostly Dry guided them to throughout the United States, for free navigation of the was formed

Traveler. Aid I I M Travelers Aid cases number In Mississippi River by Americans I \
Ten Col. BenJamin N
which through the hundred thousands each and Spanish years ago .
U.S.ASSOCIATED
cross Its National A. year. On this date Davis Jr., was promoted

sedation has Br I As Walter Llppmann once In 1151 Theodore Roosvelt.ttth I to the temporary rank 01 isV hew te W Town S.das New V.ter isssf W.f.i .

t FREttV established a plan of action for said "There Is no surer test ol president of the United I:brigadier general In the US

sprinkled scattered )sat such cases. Funds were secured 'the quality of a civilization than' States, was burn In New York I I Air Force-tho first Negro to A. yew laea Swas ewsw, MSMMBW SSSN SIN C-WTMOM cswie at IMIC SMO ilse-awj,
i el the nation today bat for their ticket to Gainesville 'I Us attitude toward the itrangerwithin City.In. be appointed a general In tha Thaw. are a* JHMSST .*... to our (MeAMWMT .

r dry weather prevailed and a quick call was made Hs midst" 1J04. the New York City arm of the service .... A difydwjwi ol *et ........ TW saves NMP** ..... all

areas., to be sure there would be someone subway was opened I I Five years sgo-A hurricane a sew delftm a ear ... Ma rsr eI lhs eo4 pepsa.e rsra. ease.
to meet them. woodrow over Meiko Msniaml- C_ to and SM toe asset MwsaM Owyeleis onw ...../.. MMO se se Onyilet,
President swept
(;i Bill In 1JIJ.
shower activity was re Ending Model. wet .. .
In this and other case. Travelers lo estimated ms.Yaw easier mike *e sw e jr ,
I southeast plea Wilson foreshadowed a U.1. region killing an

Less*attic, eastern Twas, westI Aid used the- Id---M-sllot- For Students 'good neighbor" policy, declariWakuna .,1,300 persons
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Louisiana, parts of the SBM-
Mississippi Valley and in U. S. Bankers ST. PETERSBURG This .Is

Fairly reavy rata lilt Pick ; the last semester of college or KEEP CHILD SAFE ,
President
I ta nerthesatera Oklahoma I vocational school training for
veterans under the Korean CI
tens Missouri Mon-
MIAMI BEACH (AP Reno
) ON HALLOWEEN
Bill director
M. T. Disco "sf
Heaviest aiaoonU. nearly Odua, scion of a pioneering
Ilebas b Case, Mo ,the Florida department of veterans ,
were bankl
sup a little chilly la the family of today was elected affairs, announced. Keep a sharp eye pees. fur ...! .."a trick aid treetors.wan .
president the American
Atlantic states with,, : January II Is the deadline ... sssafaars dike Yieagiliis weartosj masks de
Bankers
Association.Odua and sun marks the end of thetducataon trees bebtod ,
net see w U. They Stay dart eat parked ears
dreppme; tost the I 17, is chairman of the I aid Training "They .duel hate a ..... *f a cbaare ebb a driver who ....t
Teat Ms. Cooler air also Board of Puget ....National Program for Korean Conflict atortPareots

I tola UM northern Rock[Bank. Tacoma .Wss h. veterans which was launched are waned to see that efcUdrra wesrtog dart
I j iiVifc Northwest "My family has sea to ....-j i
July 11, 1967. "-. ea dM sSrMte abe. are wearing something wblto.They .
j srty BMnftf tompsntures l i ill store, oh. about be middleof Dims said there more than wfj be Mare ashy see by .........

, 1 fags n la Miami tolasra M fte tth t Jrt.- OdUn told I.... veterans who have Into safety .... M eortog a mask y..,vII wiledrtvtof

to streine airtbIteitaeea. a'' sjtwsmm "They began to taken advantage "tilt program to par..... Be alert, lilt ear rtobe say and give

:Ohio and moved west" chalet the ant treat W sO thrsr hues ., .;.

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IRS Mteelhgr !. jmnaaty )!MSsr caOefs to serve survey reeueet without any,.lands Csunty. :I to a Meeting set far 4as
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tontor edsssjeby ''stop VII a* tea eanplstsM of'ear reajuevt. was meet encourage'Before a request can be aresntod Public Instructjoa buildtof.Or. ,

seals ed jUathaaasjMtos. !*a saneshowtog the needs:slog. We were very pleased wttb''. to the stale. Jr'Wa felts and members of

jss tte area lilt a Jaetor coBageaad {the recepuoa we aoc." j(or final approval I.his staff are expected to brief

at-Bl> safes** Jr. of a request. la lilt board far aI Two ether areas which law I!f, Wednesday, the Mach II'j,the committee en the University t

Oswtfyvasjbanrd lr!' -oae- rats*. I alees/y piephw tlisda :Cowry Inure Advisory of Florida's viewpoints of a I
sass
ataaasjataw I ItsUftMlwflbeeacksam which b helping father Junior college' here as a mJnreduratLrial ': f :
HAWK J.
received .1 CO.
veya priority eat n camer.r1sN acted POWIW MOTOR :
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awry aril hnvrmnusn to'substantiate Mttutioa and as "
Janet ds bete fit Herd.Tbey .' /' 4 '"," ,, -. -I .. _. .
fast we teed a pattor M here.1'dM "
I survey county's largest<< single en> >>
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I .. '16 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, October 27, 1964 ,

=' *", *: &"IE TOLD EVERYONE F01261VE I /fE 1F r SOUND IFYot) Doff' ;oW; .; :

F DEAR. ABBY rn DE M 6REAT PIIPKIW, A orfr't1 CoMINS. ec.QNT" SUT.. ...... 1151fEARitw ,!ffA R. I
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A __ If H/S SUEPIS DGTURBEDHE I WOOLON'T CARE, IF IoIE'IoIA9lT M'I RELATIVE.Pt : .
with 100 cent another. Christ has been known to forgive, the adulterer ALIVE AS t AM.7SORAGOTNE4th WAKES UP AND DOfS TI4ES MAKING HI LOOKSIlL.'f IT'S
DEAR ABBY I for one, agree you per
: COLD SWK*
/S ONLY HS Aa SOMETHING NASTY?THATS TIME TO DWV Tl+c |
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when you say that a husband and wife should not tell ("Go forth and sin no more. ) But Christ had no good MERELYN'JUSPLMrD LAZY ALL THE'CtJRSE'AMOUHrS A TMIlIOL16N HIS H&ART
everything Just to clear their own consciences. First of all, message for the hypocrite.Who ANIMUn0N9 BUM! Tt7lRECORDr145
it doesn't make the sin any less, ao why hurt someone am I? I'm the guy who once confessed to his wife

confessing A ago I with restleu house- Infidelity.
wits estate GUILT
and thought an affair another mane e .
*
the answer to everything. So, after becoming Involved I be-
cane pregnant That woke me up and I broke off with DEAR ABBY: Re confessing infidelity to one's mate: I
him without telling him why. Instead I vowed to be a agree with you wholeheartedly Abby. It has been said a
better wife and mother \ and I worked toward that end "The truth shall set you free." Rubbish! The truth has en. 11.41 _
and prayed daily for forgiveness. We now have a little daughter slaved me. I would give everything I own never to have
,My husband worships the ground she walks on, and heard my wife's confession." Sign me,
1 aha Idolizes him We have other children, but there seemsto A MAN IN PASADENA am'WlLtL
be a closeness between this little girl and her 'Daddy" C e
that does not exist between any of the others. So why DEAR ABBY: So now you are giving spiritual advice? Who
break bis heart by telling him that she Is not his child are you to say that a husband and wife should not confess UNK SNUFEY'SWAKIN'
This secret la between God and me, and It will alwaysbe the sin of unfaithfulness to one another When one has broken UPr!YE CAN
that his marriage vows, the only way to wipe the slate clean pUT OUR VITTLES
way. COULD NEVER TELL Is to make a full confession. to the spouse and ask forgiveness = ON TH'TABLE,
\ e e eit from the wronged one. If my mate has sinned against AUNT LOWEEZYVRYER
it I DEAR ABBY: Of all the despicable people I win ever ME it is to ME that he should confess and it is MY r.n
i have to contend with deliver me from the "kiss and tell"'j forgiveness he needs In order to cleanse his soul I think
hypocrite. Confessions to clear the conscience Baloney! you should print a retraction Abby. Many people read your
Most confessions are motivated by a wilful desire to Injurean advice and take you seriously. ,
Innocent party, guilt transference, and the wish to "SAVED" IN JOPLINDEAR IJ..
boast. SAVED I still believe that a confession that will u
Confession to God is good. Likewise confession to a cler- hurt aa Innocent party should be withheld. There are
gyman. Even to the bartender or the barber. But never to better ways to make reitltatton. Prayer keeping a silent Z J
one who will be hurt to hear it. vow never to repeal the act, a special measure of kindness rn r(1 ( '
To have an affair la one thing. It Is wrong, to be sure. and _.1dentlo.. The punishment Is greater when the gull l
But it is a human weakness and the flesh Is weak.I But Is ben to silence by tin pOly one. There Is nothing noble l"I LOCATION'MM1iiLE
to Inflict pain on aa Innocent person needlessly, la quite about cleansing one's conscience: te.ra.f another. 1 DiOP NElD. BIG TJlle tie litOPTEaa. ve oocr tocloc' ,
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: B Mirgku ITT THi WEon Rti too n Ay POR A ales! WI O-OAY THAT ANNY WITH THAJA fP
09 N Bristol Court Journal a (Color Romper Room O Popeye's Pals ONES WHO Lavai... RINCESff PRNCeft SH. IN. MY dusaNT. 1bD / WILT. NOT n'PALf1tt
1:310 Mu From VJ4.C.L.B "Problems In Macromolecular ':11 a Jack Benny 4:110 Match Game Geo uI PEARSO Ito. OISAP.iioM DIsPocED THEN PINDN.R 07A fUcTED$ NpONO it 755 INDO lb NOT TiLl.NEED lei! ova m alfcuse rtlwn'ax
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"The Green Opal Affair" Chemistry. a Jack La Law 8 Secret Storm CYlTs! OUT WHERrfHi ,audit NAf
r An U.N.C.LE. agent'sfinal I':. a a Campion Aid 11:110 Make Ro m for Daddy a Maglua Gorilla I if Ili l f \ i :'- NASOONs ucoMa incisor IN _ f
words before .11 P The CudMetei News 8 News 4:25 B News ; (

ping Into a statue like Aaalysls a (Color) Cameras 4:. 0 Leave It Te Beaver .- e ).
trance set Solo oa the (Special) Scheduled: i re- Please B Best d Grwcho W I I II/ / l
') trail of aa eccentric financier port oa the use of the 1:15 a New Rtrinas 0) Movie y/ I i'
who's due to eel political "smear" In a e v- 11:310 a (Color) What's "Back Street", i4 .


tl By HELOISE CRUSE r ,. ....,, fr/ l I I IMD I ) I filham'{ r t

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de) Dear Hslolse( : < area ever get eat, yea vest sitMftoatN. lent to do that one stitch In work for years. 4.
| Referring to the hint boat (Tie hoard,'..* .the time that saves nine.Maxine The little fellow and his highchair -
tilt cutting e plod of peg board to Mil!I. Ktmenitsa can be pushed up near ..27S
UK fit over one aide of a double ''I awn say atari steatligI o e e the family table. You won't rt y
tin sink. -I the wal whoa M Dear Heloise: have to worry about things being
of My sot cut one to nt overI loam. I think this suggestion might pulled off the table and the
the garbage disposal side of BLOIB solve the hlghchair problem for tray allows for spilling! I

M our ,atak and ivaa went sac 00. other grandmothers who do not Mrs. E.!: J. BiddellLETTER wa eoa
m step further. Dear Bebtni want to buy, or have to store, e 0 e eor A 0551516 Wilt Me W5n5 UTta yon fEllaw3 oar 1G'anleaGS1 cos suAtEw1TN MI.e areas eD.NTO 7 rsAN:iuAVSa
per Hi cut out a *aMrd at Working mothers oftta lid a regular highchair between OF LAUGHTER agar TssNO ues 6 eH Ton tnalrti env: ORDCR Ttep NiMTTIx. ; its. asErt etvs s.re
otn oaa corner 01.... peg board, It hard to lit lull Jobs done. visits: Dear Heloise: 6u tor]erccu A ..Altla71eA06 acef .A/M M.Nr! P'LNIr' :.

art Urge enough M thai unusablefr like mending aman tears, sad Take a Urge folding typeT. Last at gardening time
I pwtelIet ., _toll, ,or that but. year
sowing oa one missing V. tray and a chair that will,,we had bunches and bunches of
wot what haw yea. could be scrapI 101. I I lit between the tray legs. Place '
heard into thepro I carrots. We started clean I n I'
id off the cattail
disposal without further band-! I found It most convenient to the T.V. tray over the chair them and thought we would

COM mg and without rtmO'inllIIe lung an attractive padded seat never get through. I
board. clothes hanger (you could use U the baby la small you can I My dad came up with a
'nan req It'. wonderful a I long, narrow, homemade pincushloa sit him oa a pillow then tie a marvelous idea. We put a few I M I .
rem Edith Petersonlion ) b my utility to s m. large dish towel under his arms carrots at a time hi our washing -
In it, .bang 12 to IS needles and around. the back of the
J turned
New this la ,twit I .. { machine oa the cold
ihnasM. with. dutenat colon .
: ,, water and
cUi qekk tkfaaatg. just wu/lecla.ay. ..
ne ,.... tar the beard IswUto afl' ready for acnoa.Te When the child b elder you Naturally, we did not sac
II aM yen mwla eenitsr bpne' ... the atedle and thread caa do away with the pillow and,soap!
ittjars* aeaK gad H ready to go, is a greet stlmu- towel and thu highchair will D. M. Mason

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October 17, 1964 Gain'.vilU Sue 17


WANTED 1
"OTIC' UNDt PICTITIOUI 1 CLASSIFICATIONINDEX 1 HELP
"
TOP. SALAMI IS'
MAMA LAWN
Hereby awn M.l IMdWMSq w. ocs not> I I* enoogo to butlne P *
r ot TNtN Of Oood hour *Md any. 'ttAR .TONI'I
mo Iktltlovo nemo CR !.
"' workln* Ao- /
number 1311 EMt Unlvenlti riot.. ANNOUNCEMENTS pinion snlY =, ; Ind AT 0 n to. I N A. .
.. to We City ol Oeinewllie ACROSS
.......... Cormondlo KM S4.N
.. ... nr
tin 10"
NAN N .1. R O C S. G N E a t
i .... Clerk ot m* Circuit Court .. t to _. ,. A... No pnono wily J.onduo> 35.Minl.ilconifft: S

A County Plertdo.i I Cord of THonaiI Mr'.lllnk6.Ritabolo I RIO.I D US. to It M

PAUL MALLARDOLDS' Loot ft Pound Colored tor duttina' DOT B It C
OOLOIN JONES cloonlni I slOe tonltoriol S7.r.ltru.rrlllt. N" 3 K
lot LMi 4 PoroonolliH lorykoaOlMClol ., I P M. to MM. II.. 39.Young DO. vow. It Lit"
Mln' treet I Trawl IntsSnNIM Noloroncoo roojulrod 12. Emertnvl
I Office' Sal 4M NotkoaPtorMa P 11 1_ 13.'Spelibind. irnt TOM Nt" 0 L 1a
.11... PUrkloI 41.
))107412. N. If > M... H.I, Wonted 42.Aumitlre AVOCADOS T 1 Tl

I Oily imoro CMM Cam 'PnAgres' D t D AT t O AT T U
f Ptocoo ,. *0 An* ....NOY WITH IUU sort and tIr- AIIIiI 41. Fotlgui 0 tAL t R T t tiS
TMnfO ,. too to ono ol CoHmvinoi' ...... bsti5
.rn''.... olom. Itoody work 4C1. Formula l
AUTOMOTIVIMAxwono food opportunity' tor 'lto 18.1Talad )(rtwifread.' SOLUTION OP TISTUDAT PVXZUa /
H..'... I '
Will Ilw 117.
......Ronloo ..... 111. Fr.din's i mark 4.Slmple! t.Genoa atlQ.

\ np.. k7.+ re 71 T_. tor MMf l COMPANY Nat 0p00. LoM1r rot 51)2' Sol' IUllar 'rider moa. I
> Trvcko w..... ton 15011 ..... N. .. Pores 5. Symbol for
N Trends ft Trvt linens ... ......... ...011., ON 22. Dtparled' kept23.A1.n'
.... Cai1 m-n56, i..I 31. DO\\'l nom 10. OIL Waif
n Traitor Ronlolo IXPIRIINCIO alrknam5" 1.C"oa 6. MoaataJa of4RWanderer

N Motorcycloo ft IcootortM ..LI..Ne. IALISMAN bOndll defile 1.lIllIrr'"

NIIIVI.IN M AuhnwNI.._11I. lgsAi lIP INS .'...,.,./plus csns.ov commlftolon bn511l, 2'1.Mlllrr 2. Sad coal. 1. Silt 15.Glossy

'101.... Ponnoonl I O"'c.' S0. Cwhlol srchla AlntS2lotataa7
M Poronn ft tporti Con ... I Irarlnc of 11. !
iD mon to loll B' Amount Mang.
V Los Wontod itoro. Muse bo : mrdtdnt au weNmmt 20.FORd
1 ruiAtai tvmTSuaM Copobto ol ttocmno.I :: time
EDUCATIONALMldwolOft ., Minors to nary Sin 11."' hl.gp
MF511' CIrCA Or HITS InolnKtkM A... A M...'.......' l5. t 1$ f I 7 1 ,,1 I. It
24.Aurmptla
to Music. DonclhflM retell milk roulo aIM,
OPEN 610. SHOW T-OO t Slender
.w.IIMiInNvctNSEMPLOYMENT 00 M4S mutt bo bond. I 2.5ti
LATE AS *:20 r
SEE BOTH Apply to Horaciwl Coin ot :

RICHARD SIDNEY ... 0.1,,. Pfiono 4111171 26.Hrrgdwlnoer
i. If
1 ::
WIDMARK POITIER II Pomoto Hot Wontod. 1

FHE LONG SHIPS It Molo Holp WontoolII SALESMAN round 616 is ,7 i 2B.Popular.
lIP owrisa
HoI -_ or PornoloM 113. n ost 0: / comb.fora.

2114! Hit At 9:20 his Hoi* WonlodUWoHl .. Inns I--=: 1, I' II 1& I' I. 11.

PETER SELLERS Wined Pomoltn A SALIS 0041415 ..... 513.:r:=__
sppnntunlty tor _.....
)R. STRANCELOVE Work WonhM MotoARMS ,cMllonolnfl. and I.'.'.... If l1 I' 0"S 10
IISO. Writ Sat 41145 tumId
0 LIVESTOCK :alnosullls con 511 glvs 040 M .....r!. theM hen droio 00 '
PLAN NOW TO I. 11- 5.dpmAn ..,.'1_" .!C.. lr sp. your Icy ,bett coot .. wry too when It JI J& I' ;1' ..Crotlsla3J
ATTEND OUR IIG .N lr In'."'''''. wlndt bowlPucS1150 IO' OuI
0 Find ft POfWIOWLIvoohKk .u 37 Jo
INSTALL* bond odd teihion endllonery 40.Tube
WITCHATHONFRIDAY in ft auppiiooLondocoptoi ._1 I.... Old ..l.lll'- to cloche or '111..... Crecneleo U. Cerr 11It
w Top MMPoto ..ulor Mon too pit. writ* m nine tlmo ol AnlluIwend. n w 4. 451 1
0"- 4/. FArerlIP
ft Pus Nis. ...' tackgroui* tie, M SoS /.045,5 HIi slim I.M.L ;

\ :(Dyoi4hdvewitck II UvMtock Wonto4 t/o 0.,...."'. '.0. Inc'' 41 N iv .. : Rng. lettcmi46.Iloney

1 DeHocfOfK ONLY ..._ ." oo. Tkinxtvo cenie In Mini tor IMIpeiiem
FINANCIALMluilnou tor vwnf ", ."IM mon h> odd II con,. tor oochpotloril U nlhererHPra
OpportunlUMVMonoy Drt.o-m Thoot monoo tor lilclotl molllne, nod 4' /
All ....tn. Ftrloet Mrt ....i.. AandlOin. 5.04 la Lion.WMNN. .
to Loon I OMltlw. to MioolimMit *- Oelnewlllo, Sun. Needle.crotl n J& /1.Mattlla
MMorrgotMMERCHANDISI Incomo owl kxdlno .IoN.Mil Oepl, P. 0. to. III. Old 50.CIoIl alP.r -
FLORID : m on MClttiM llolil. .. Ctsic.s 1111.
N IIIoner W... _It.. Apply Mi OWMB N. V. Print 01.M. -.V ti .'fi{ New.OtNpr.. glair: abbr.
ov... 0 II ,.m. O.lnowllio' .. ... .JR. NAMI. AOIZONI sill limo 27 tel", A'
'ki T........ .,. 10. H_ .
-I LAST 2 DAYS .*. .
I 41 Wins M ttnM _
Olin POR lotll Ml ........ -
Mochlnory' ft TiNs Ineol 504 Inn11001 fethlonl. to knit .....' tne
more
01 luUdlnf MotorlooiII Now...snail..... ....,.. N Nl17 M,. ever! Plut' 1 POSE ,. "." embreldery. 12 MoHlo MWOHN rr IsisCONNOLLY 12 Mokllo HOMO for Solo 12 Mokll' HUM* Pep 11
._ 00510
DlSNmSOR'
WAlT do''''' ........ lend Hconit
M HwssMN ON1. .... Dish" Vim Tins C I II p .
lot new Neodiecrift' ColoVALUH ,o! IALI 05 '''T. s (
AntiouooM ., lIlA St. l.p. IMI Now Moon si II. Ica.U4 lOM "]" t IR trollop 10$55.

Mite. Por lotoa MoWto Nomo ...... I... | a jbodroom room prlvoto 4m, room salt" to O.wnnCoil Mow _OIl lit
II COMPLITI QUILT mobile' homm. May' Mil. .......... HUM. oa*. Sol 1ft,. to _/....
T'...... Pool PATTIRNI. M ..,.... new Quill 5.0 ..... 7 .
M NOaclni.Orlon
INS. CO. yo T oodyeor houoo trollor, ...... I*
N PaN Oil ft ANN look Por "beoinnero oneorifc lend ON Ad.0.. 1 MIIN loutsN ....
KINO ,. '.'*. now -" S.11TN
.... nor "' ......... II ton's 15w12E 0.11.. U. .. 441 ,1\ ,
OMllloni III _.
HOMH4tN .
71 loon Morlno' '''''''. MOIILI "'" H." 01 M15Inll l
aolnMyiilo on. 30,5173' N4.P1111N. Spsscir'. Dn.1 .....
mmTEtHNICOlOR 71 Comp Hunt PIN oooiltono ''irs o .unm 3)5.1311 Nqulr.I.N'
wJ
R Oltko lojvlpJMntTIMulcol oolory.01I >tr I413M ton). lono) com.OMT LIY.N..k C Supplloi1'LWolkTreT WYATT- MOSILI NOMI SPACU01AVAILASLS

Morcnondloo rnwnIs 1ft c." N 1015 SPECIAL
., ,. O. Sun 4032 Souls GINTLI ....LOM'' 101 < lir Lot tor rMbiio _.. PrearMo MOMS Hem Per*
REAL ESTATE POE tAU Ie. 'Men. I yrl .... .... I .... HIM. | MIN' .. on PlyrwProirio t Mlloo Norm en MlChorleo
a MM11I _. lIP his JlckMnwIllo' 0Mrlmii ... mo ""*"". PR .JW. 4t>U4iii
S3 Lots .... lowMWottrfrom noo4 on O O '1.K Pail Hs If _
010.... on4 Window Dliploy" ioolnIOW-'A'I LATH. Mr. Pocemekof Meblto NomeoIhoito WHY PAY i NT whon yOy.II tAu
ProtornMHowM .rowm |l.lnf o>p.'l.>nco IM! Preducor protecl SIP on* AHitreenilooool own mi OIOCOMI I M. II LOTS POI
lIP MlMCottotM Hlory roojulrommlt Mll to Mil" otointt a pouibio' price fIN' T,..., rrniA tr m oilo homo tor W 71Mi i
Cononi II? Wilt Duvil byiklnS odvontooo ol our book.ins. ...', /1,51 105111 11505 wo ol Prolrou T,. Ct N. M RAILROADSIDING
lIP pin 5 5I, JKAlanvill.11111" IM nansn on ail/ colic .ItwAN. 1045 Hwy 441 or toll otl-UO lit,
rrv: re.... I51.. INni.P0nr innsu.10 nil 515.PSsis ,
V Root slab iMhongofRoot oc....,. Pill QhinronIlle.. in A'S.0th : 530 t:, 0"', LOT

in Ittoto Woniod '.11 Sal... Hoc.. .ControlMMl ., PNard PS .Iotl.. ..,. lit.,.. P's ,. _I" lot _
| ..g 1 .' | Ill NVU INN it. 12' WIDES MA7eV/ ".
W Out ol Town Proportif W Umv Av> Pon..Lt -Uw on4 ponlti, print oootoit tormi, ,.... t :,J. W Ill.wNlld.M31 /e.fii1RNITURE ,

IUBURBIA 41 luimow, Proporttoj _Nslp Mali If Prude om Ins, 01 111.Doll moroo NSnmltI IM I 00 mlbi RI oil wo trodo oftploy tor In onyihtof.control. PIN Plotlw otllvory .- 2 BR under $4,000 Inn, ._ PS 5.4411. '

41 RnMonlM Incomo rM SN htr. mlio USE OUR
7t5ne1Oramno' BAILER
COM''NY' ...d. .on or MART
DRIVE-IN THIATRISHOWTIMI 41 f ormi ft Ac..... pint 11100 en lUll 01m 27 ,... C 'orlillio 1Iwv. 17 ONA I ts 5 RENTAL PURCHASE
Mw/ limos .un one .NPala11. P_ IN 1511 PLAN UPHOLSTERY
41 Coloro4. Property ..... no 0.poni5Pco, nltot ..,. -SATE/0 37e0 ; Liner 10011141.45" Nw1O psv1000/.
E2TY3NtIPItSCtV
will .N 'rol...... TOTAL coir ,I. III i4IIIy 5500151.A15
..Ioe" NORTHWEST
7:00u50'tiMt 1111. ..,.... Coli Ants, 15"
RENTALS _rlunlty. C.II M,. 3400. 3PM Ott WIlilStar cU/..". TRAILER SALES OP cOlin ACT WILL II lllltyr lilt
1IEM 0. Colored Property linens .'odIorfI tor ..lnlunsnI. NO A 0 1I..cO. I>N W.IOO *.. N fPom lIo'S(1..II.( .es 172.6141GAINESVILLE
9Y pin FISH
$ 41 (....... tor Sal Al Lieu VtttdlM DAD AND' BRAD '
10 mt 6 surplus LARSEN
4J Purnlihod Apto. Rain H.I, w..tt4 'HI AZALEA II' air LAKI N ftSrJt..

Nr00i 4* UnrurnltKod Apto : .. MIS 000755054 coI.... NMI 1 I"I INSOt.u11 yw 1355 00 .TRAILIR,. 1ImIM5.R.51 IAIII Pne, 5AIw41N-MM sN

-1 I M 'yo" 111. ..co''...., 312.5110. tr:: =i. K115/0.e" 11.1p05O.N dinsy.
4FMoooM tor Rent Punt, C.'tert T- SoIN 51.015 sod .aNSvi ___
= P.nNwr Lull '011 IALI II mo old AKC
HOMO lIP ml. Untom.m
...'. ",.,..,. .... tomolo' tlAOLI. Coll >'.
lams tor RantMMobllo I'''. 4iu NW nm liilALPOINt .

Non w..,.. Pistol.wou Slims "....... .lust
I Ion to M, I moio.: I tomow'
II MIN Ronloo) 1 '. Ii" .., n woe. Of ire. sin Mamlry s.5. '
/In, Maid. ..... r'nono _II"' 4 ...
lea Wontod To Rentaftcoravt Phone )76-2195 ROE WHITE QUAIL I > I.
'
WonlodH hw DrOM4 ouoll, I .. I
will cons
NUIIINa
L...... prlcod OCCOrdHlf W ,.,'
nomo
OWc DmA loses : .PMwuep 376.986 55i 101 50inl17' .
2nd Flown M IwlnoM Rontott 4>MMI .......... Flail' _

:" : : Wlfll W..e4 ..... POX'" TIRlii, ...,..... t weeM
SSRVICIfJtooelol old' A_.... ooto.Phone .

torvkoiM mM IMI _T I lr.. '"."... )76-67i4

nly two $3 Ioepr vanab or wml Ins dohl PO* ''ALAKC 5u. Milk .
.'01". Will tot. ColltM "' -. I ." I < I.: f/N
Mb )
can piayMI Sides t TV Mrvk nod t*esle.."'_, 04vor Ooo4_.nt. n ba d0HR .

U Appllinc ft PvrMtor*' ",, oMI..otlM fUlIlI.... ,,.
12 ....11. MonMi for lf
IMW tM.PU W IOtTLSAT A.sdWaa
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EaR ,miA51TIlp mpist
WANT-AD RATES ..... S Nunn llttlfi, W41 t"- FEDERAL QUALITY THIS WIIK'S IS ON
Hint rooolr fnolntwonc*. HOMES INC. SPOTLIGHT
M4-I1M lit,.. I15 >M. or tat NW urn M .emoovtitop
m,17M41lHr P, O. ... tl, Mlconnty .. Hill "WaitJohnoiin" _

.0 wide-, control ROOT IIIR STAND
It4* TAMPICO A liW
HELD ....... Er lnotrtKNoM elMond. ond ....,. Loc_ to
,._1110 noor "0". Cell A* 21 07 NWt ltd STRUT
OVER CkuifM OnlyDIADLINIS Estate Exam a.. ........
Fop N frpit ":)-/ ooojl less
coumo- i ll>0*. youbuy *M ao lIP tot e ONOM "r. : :
hlS 4.00 <.2S 1:00 Phil Mm NOR quail N MMIM:-= :'C: tko A > W Mo) (not OM MM p1.ie M
MW om tt CNI/,13111. 04. l514 she -r orlj II IM* Hntlloo
Lit:. /r ,1IItIo up N ill III plJh: -21:
T_ Hint PrL poooroM4 : : i omon U 10 JO to lr.11 l lIP ...... koojMttWl epps. hel Nd
pjyi. Doy bow ojoM.cotion CIVIL KRVia ho ..,.... M MnotwIokoM .no) M4 4f04io
nA.51l.n. 'or mtorwotloil '-:1Ji.tllIlC": / Wlno 04* f... lOilO A.M. till 1 1 JO '.M. IkeA
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fuoMoo"SMVICI
Per odo to to In M w tour.. ...." -. ii1 W *
I t .... MLIMNeMnS C"C.ini Tn505 HAS BUILT '
04 4 ....., : '..tormtof. Newell-Ivomoo- OUR BUSINESS" .of Nnt W... SPOTLIGHT


FAMILY RATES ,.**. r5/ .-1NNW-Anlv. As BAIRD MOBILE

NleN KHOOL
1 Inoortlon .......... In Hat ... frM bMWt Zmortoon HOMES
t -'lInt .......... .. IPM ."iii P. :.1R Son ....,. Jod- HOcoi. IILLIAIOICUI DINING pININ0.0ANCINin *

InoortMno ,....IN MtII STICK PILLIARDi .-". 5.4.d. JIO1IA COCKTAILS
101 t HISH
iMorttono Mi INN 12 S*..il ........ POO.0 55W Jet Pub tor no* soy yowo mo* Miihotot...' ATWOtfirlltlSCHCXNERROOM on Top
1Il1. "
UNIVtdSITV INN
F lUt yowif womon ...
t aui Totot lisp computed tymuittolyinf M IiOOKKHPINt US TODAY ...... now SIN Cheree IIOM loom l iftneeord.
ANN Hnoo a roto SERVICE J72-5209 IAItANt:1 SALE 0555 N A .... 'I' II 'A II 11 A M. t A M. CoieieU Ne r I to fcldrinoo ;
I Pits MOM woroe per imp 511 N Nulls NOM IJJIW. unlv Aye. tot fid onto of ,. Denoin >
BUTTSMobile
TNt IIUrMCr oornod a nvmter 011Poont 'ill t a M. to Ooaay .,_.
24 ,. Egelp.sA
JORNOORA. OilMASTUtPUCCT Homes Inc. DINING HUMPJY DUMPTVlenewKiuo CemOo o *who>. Perkero raw
I r "uo ti dMnenoorved fro. INI I.w tm at. fe .MtjNAPpy
I Ii : iiflo owy K w or comptoto
lamt ao I miss orelnory tytt f TOJACTO no* on* M NW 13th St. ITALY IN GAINtSVILLlT to 4IMnd wow or eltu'b.
has to make a iMnt- dr W ..... 55310.1011. DIM M 0511111.11. III III ......... Open tl I A M. to tl NOUOJ I to t PM
Ntw..n pornography 12 point ( MOTO' A IQUI" co. at 6th St. fVI OHniooH-0 of lloryl lot NW urn at. I Coitlolll. tor ft* prk ol I.Ul .
I work of art. A nallotic; 0,15.51011150" -' OMWI Mookl ol re s s'i.IS
iftl Ion Kn* that III INN to I neo amairf rye* OOMUIIMO O'rPiiifiiiAi, / r- price DM4 end dine MaN
Our Mot. etrtoM torJIlMr 0511511 s/m.ISS.ro.
omor owiciouo notion' Pooo
wholo
of *a ftrtlatie from veHeel ntemt.
P4. I-II PALLARRY'S ihtoia THE- ORLEANS
UN NoorMorno
18 Point
[ ..vor beeo M pon.* VA-11 C'-ad -.. DUTCH TREAT: 4144 NO im of. VMtft
W. if the iooften -
j Howcrw. lions oo 4 Hnoo trdjnorf ty. tlot W ttnlv" Ay* CINERAL6AINESSTtAK
>
** wire Put .* ," u ': .ec. ROOM
i short film then It
a
) beotM pornofTtphy.rmnit 24 Point till I5IA U-sHy A..Aon ..MOwICNI150 corned bowl or feoot keel. Peoturln*S.N51N w I. PrM me) CMat INN

not form that w* 0515eo.oKMit N NOVA A OAY KNLltX LOwf NtlAU oa toe :.: 11,1, .: ..:., 114

I gone towarda S trratrc inns N I miss trdbM., Asa NOt SHIUIV 1111 s*. ins in.e Ms.a
> and that ft change I IViJalrII:1 (Now Oftoone ofyui M conti rnw O">v. Ay*. or
ALAS'M NW let 40.jnutl .
36 PI. MM SANDWICH SHOP tor tool, Iroo doUmf t AMUSEMENTS "

hip In the world would to Corolyn Shill NOMd-CGOUINi. PLAVOCr141:55 rVIL"11
S t .M
pared thM M M*' LONG'S CAMTERIA c: N fonO| ..mot :JMVO OMMlMoTrf
ria ill public aatur. land N t 505 r/Nsry lyN tWvMt kovre It II I PM and fern I AM to* PM1wf
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II LOTS FOR SALI IS Homo ,., .... 15 H..._ ter .... I IS H...... fer .... 15 Heueee let .... 15 Hemee ter s... II Hemee fer Sole IS tt_. for IN5.
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BR. bOth UTTLIWOOO .oWNell MOV'NGmo. a ouy. HEW REDWOOD 1 BR, 2 bOt'" .ITTIEWOOD AP.BA 1"549 J BUY 'I
I OWNER MOVING 1 ,
WOODED HDMUIJU
U ACRI := :'iry PACIOUI .. .
THE TIME Mlnutei Weit ot Town off meld houto In NW _II.... PlroplacoBar. 15 .. old 3 .11. I .. corn.paoly tor MOO en* onvmepayment IW wt itolnloil link, >fc,,"',nrongo AtHS" :MM 10. It. Control hoot nei ShIP commiawl.d.' ot down ,.."...."$. Moot OW bo Low to
raM, 11,401 wllh low down Hmont ".. ..., control heel and air condition : lurnlihed Including oil appllonco ; I of UI mOo Cell inJW corport. I utility roomy built-in klichon. lowly' docor'oi Homei model. Tho pomp 1 .l s be .......,..od ot IOM "'teen
.... "bulll-lnt, control AC Hleeutltul : alter I ond all day week- U.SOO H7 ..... I5M: NW ith M .red 'rico palled briuld1 .NOm5 wIlli 14thIt.
cm Dick Pobinion '/ excemmt .
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RALPH A. 'OISIV, II..Uor 13000 equity reel buy. 373-4I7I. .. Tor. PR ...... ..... Call 1712117.: 711 NW 3311 N. W. 3611 Av.mS, '' I IR 1 bath Ig. I living

: ..IS NOW. 11 W. U.lv. AWl. 47.351 Mime mortgage ot 1117 per me.Phone IEWBERRV I BR, LR, Dinino11m. .>(AI A Mock, i IR, I both. Ire.openboom 3031 NW iSth M. I Id homo In 13th: Avo. I...",,,., Inc., 11"71'1I Hugh mm kitchen., nooroto Meny built dining. 'In room leeturel, .Ig., .

: I loll N.. fill An. loned Kll PR IMtl offer 4 pm. t kitchen. Lg. coipert nice celling, paneled' .,x Woil '.,'". 3M down and 171 MODERNNow .Is.. BR. I full MM1 C C 5 hardwood I....... leeutlful yord
Ark lit .bout Hill strategic proprty. corner lot very rooeanoblo torceih .loioii tamlly room with say ..... or will rant tor M per ........ Irl.00 Nt lit brick wail w- ....,y 'rroc.. Call 37..1010 If
-(;. or will finrn... Phone 47Jnil. Irg. tencod-ln beck yard mo. Phone PR t41M I IR I both with comv., .. :in y. p10fed Ilv. room, bulls. m.f05t sIr 3 ,. M.
.. Do You Hav.J I buill.," kitchen. jn-tan kitchen, .... n. Il-kit.:. :
Lol> overlooking' Loke Woubenj, FORDYCEFEATURES or at- I ., conditioning, .land- MM living areo 0.ntro loot. !13,405 wise
JV Acre Ronchottei BY OWNER I DR, I both CCI 'M1 iRap.dlltIII other tpoclol' huluroa. plus .kj. douWo ..'_. RMgwey" I $1,101 doww and .11 lOr ..... Cell 'UV HAPPINESS A STPIICH US J
A Room; MARY MOELLfR. REALTOR _.. Lot 100 > 111. New o.tor. Only i sir ...., down and ComtructlM Co. 3n-tel4 er 37. FR 2.4220. ly U. S. steel Home
1010 W. Unlvenlty' Aw. PR 4 471 lor point. Trooi. 4 ihrubt. Nee FRED minimum coin. Coll 37KI47 toon lOlL PMAln.gkm. wise 1650 down b S'i: :. by
.....,., one ten loll In aollghtlu churchei sod new ahopping' con.tort. M 813 Norlho.il Tin Torron. 4 RR I bolh homo COM IIT1. 1.11111.4" buyer, 111.37 p.r a10. s, INC
Apartment P0.w
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Walk to Lltnowood Weawood LV
I furnlinod olio wnhrr A dryf. 't .
reildentl.l iron ant en.ODYC is r Model
,, tchooll. lui _lIco. Sir, IH.WO. tee 10 OPEfOClOIO.. bolts, Iconbcc.pat, CS!. Call Horn. Opening' .7."r..
House Rent? 1 na for:TASSOCIATIS oak tloori window, comlcelvenetlen A ARNOLD LARDi PANELED PLA. r<. In Ill Nl Jrd Avo. o lor troll I PM. t .
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OPEN HOUSE bllndi, PHA llnoncln with llraplico. I IR. |Vk _.. :;, Ten. HW nlng Auguit ... 1331 N W. M PL
II..Uor Nicely IwidKopod In doolroaio. ON ROCKY POIN RD. Comper. coot with
1450 down A (Mil monthly, I in. m other I
erica 'M W. Unhf./ JBUBIV At thli, attractive mree bedroom Nudes Iniuronce Lace.... 17 NW Mellon of town noor _... I IR CCI Homo ... J-l-l ecru BUY DIRICT PROM lUILDCR", I Bedroom, 1 both, fully llr cond.
REMEMBER- OWNIR I beeullful Ml.fM home cloM lo Khooii" ond theUnlvroly Mm St. Phone FR 14413.SUNNVBP.OOK REALTOR IIS.too. Shores. PR 4-4105 w FR43I4I Colll7M14ehouH. : rll ro- n. 5 I """'"' "YOU'II IUV IT VIDV
: Air conditioned with : aok tor Mr. Del_. t MI5,. .J'm: :::;; I TIMI"
....,;: hock NW JJnd II. Ill II III.IN Ibod-.IIotft, ........ "_ look modoli 115,775 on
llocK IW 43rd Ter,. IN > e lorgo family room good Non ESTATIS NIW ROBINSON 'H'' r VA, 1111I: HI 11th Tor your lot.Now.
vacancyCOSTS HEIGHTS out ,
A rental LOW down peymml and I IR, 1 bathe Ig. storage ereocoderlined ol In nko nolghMrhood ,,,
101. : Hugh .dw"" ,
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Ml. Phone J74JIOI.LARGI monthly ,.,,_.. Do come by cl_., built-in' opplloncel 4 BEDROOMS city llmlti. I IR i both study, ;:ohoov lot, il.on.Tormt. I J16.7I7I. I
.. Beautiful loll In NWlection woll woll '. corpon, ttmlly room, Mubbt Inc. ph. I cci HOMI, i 5R I BATH"lljeth .
YOU MORE and lee "' home I P M to I te carps Loll of ....., low prlco. Pa nil bum In Cod.lot S 11..13N. Tr_ .... I Irick Hotimr
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-" located edlac.nl, to city '.110I., Sundoy October 15 et all ,"..Iod ".. ram. See ., 1M3 NW Ilko rant oltor imoll down poymont. "- I ton air ...... IM.SM DON also p.y I ,
'\ llmlti with paved lire**, lower. tlmoibyeppl. 31th Ter. v ell 371151. .. THRU __, berk 113
: N W. :nth Drive. And other Only I old urpoti down, IN mo. 4120 SI Mth Tor. t CCI Nw lilt 0..
I than the ad that city wtr. AIM large loll ....I. MADISON PARK S ,". 1 both. oM dropn Included. Utility room lud PoMnton, PR t-atM trevorw down, AWl.MUST .
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sisal Wilds Rood (KM I mltti tlropioce' wired tar itereo, Snick lor o.', itorogo tr ....' bod. IM per :r-J'w. llel SELL Nlghlond/ Court M;.. I Ia Builder
will rent It! north ol Iporry. Down peymenltnd CHARMING ....Q. HOC down. 1701 NW 3111 room. ortJMh 4 IR, tv' bo"". tancotf bock I t I .
Horn el Plods atone 3 Ir, t bodroomk, :MH In kitchen
; Mme arrens.d.Maum. PI. PR UI34 or PR 1..,... yard IxcolM for chlldron or
I/em11. both, near the _"'ord. SoporMo TRI-lEVEL ,"". C...."' poll. ...< I 71 X oqulpinont con. .mot VA no
i Lill Y Q McCoy l1"mo$. LR and DR broekfeil room. Living lovol with 11..1. tar gro. musi $300 DOWN 101 101. ..'r.., well AC, stow. down ...,m.nl. FHA from 1700downra
Hire's what your Sir. and hardwood floori. M clout living. Slop .lovol. tor ",,ilotroil. rifrlg' COlI. 11.01..rye ulility I cloilng COIto.C. .
14 Weterfteirf Pre,.", mllitlcally prIced. al 113,000. I> Ploy lovol loporotM cnll- roan, wlmm6." 5,01 prv." ,
COSTS cellent condition "'_houl. C.II drift from _It.. Horo1! 4 bod- I ATTRACTIVE 1 5.4,000 ....... o M7.I; DOT ..... povmonli Include .,..., ...11".... ."c.
I vacancy tAXI GENEVA INa ...' .na vs.5r.nent Pordyc. 174-1234. 'LOIIIDA PARK room houo with/ ",...ty of olbow-, 122' X 1W WIll londKipod tot torn, .homo owners Imuronco. NW. VM Plact I M. ItroolOPIN
I Moms lor raMANMrsdwSo room. Ovor UM .... it. wilt con Iu., I mill from Golnoivlll. NO .te. I11ence .,J,400 M .110 pr
YOU EVERY DAY city Ilmlla. JoIIII M 51saohim.1r. HIGH Ch.rmbli built I IIr t bo' CCIII, III. trol hooting Kid sir conditioning.I ( By Demand JI ) TAXES! ONLY W). PUS ant 30 1.. morpdge. 5305 fir IOUSDAILY
<, at 376440$ or I1HJ11. On a hill H tun .rchltecturelly doIgned ...... ..up..I..root. Th.llroploc.acre plus mod tot (17101 with good torml. Call J.JS23 MONTH equity HI II" Dr...,'... IIY Xm.. 2f1. j, Call 37I-U4I or VtrTNLl'
11"'JN.
I until It it rented dome 1 huge bedroomi, li booulllul. I.. tor lppolntm.5t.EASY I
: truly .1. locitlon
; WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD I lovely Delhi, over 4115 .... ftol Hugh Itfwirdi, Inc. hot returned 1434 DOWN I bodroom eoncroto
LAICSPROVENussl; : al.-U. IIvlllllll,. TKi perfect homeor FURNISHED TO OWN I to Northwoit Golnoivlllo. block .horn with o* floor, cor.
1 you. Call Pordyc. 1'11:16..FORDYCE : MM I Only MM down. coitil port, utility' room and hmcod
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I fornuNed t block .N..CIo.I. WITH)
.br' _. HOME
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IF LOSS No. N MNro14 HUNTING
RENTi YOUR AO. I mil. from U.r. Il7,500.00. Yo II ".aceMbedroom IOrgo heck Y prLet ........ ? LOOK!
_Olt ..2111..r. family :0.'h; ; thli I S All brick fronts NO CLOSING C 'TL
ISl PER DAY IS: 'OVIR .. of MM Iront, manyboorlng PRICI IIIOUCIDI homo. Reitful living. In quiet, e Real plaster walls ECONOMY Modem 55. ,b"h- r
poem treat. AIM I lure br I bolh. built In rlnll. Con'h' ohady N'W locotlon. Owner leaving ui show you Mi ono homo (hors mcrtPww' ,: :
Dirt* MUM wl", dec* end dale t ASSOCIATIS/ A ar mony cl loll.. a horn town. See full one loci.,. e Terrozio floorse wllh 3 bodraomo, 1 bolt, control' od lot COndltlo
Ml .., me. .. SI.H per day will turn.* MOllY InWlrwLawil Or... Pordyc. RooltorHarvoy will Ions. f0 live in 11 1' N.I. ) Formica cabinets .toot sod lovely ,largo ocnonod S( ottroctlvo nolghborhood ail
ileo Mth .
lonton Dick linki it Only .000. 1500 down,
Loll 10.11 Ave FAMILY HOME I ) Sodded lawns In pall with wnkon Ilihpool and
IN per me.Ml .. .$ par day Jowolry CeEiCIPTIONAL O. C. Gay Dudley GoultfonPrancoi / Comlorteblo, ,,,,.bl. horn with 1 lot" ..... booulltully .londKopod. M me. Phono 371-3471.
VALUI. Large Hough sari GouldonMultiplo A GOOD IUVi throe good llied bedroom end a Air condl'ion'ng A ml buy 117.701..
per IM.IM ., I1M per day Hoping ..... _. lot. A..... 92. W. Univ. Lilting Rooltor 374.H34 br. | bothi, '1.. rm.. Cont. hi two bethi and Piorlda room wllhflreplece. LUXURY eolonloi loouillul I. Penltylln.da' : ol. Homoi modol.1
1 and all IP. 1 bolh, pwoi.
Sir. paved. rood, floored amNorm. boiutlftilly londKipod" Tho kitchen hoe lnploopal
per me.Mf ,. .,01 par day on Ira// patio borbocua. 120,700. tor eating, and Include $16,350 $18,075 John Merrill od tomlly room eompioto' built-in
... .r.d. ::: ;'tmtIC1l built 'In ,.... oven dlipoial lite..... mony Sot,... Now lolling
per IM. f(: ..It per day LASSITERREALTY NCOMI PROPERTY and dl"'w._. Hardwood 1100.., 3 and 4 Bedroom Modals Realtor lop. B4.7M. Phono J7J3471
Cedar Shores '630 NW Ind Avo. control heat and air conditioning
m per me.M .. SIM per day Key 311 NW 12th Avo.IM4 lerge 1 car ..r.... Attractively MULTIPLE LISTING IN BETWEEN And 'lm b"WM" trt Ms bort now
Y fine homeillei from $2250 NW 4th A... lendKoped I I PHONE PR t-t.M homo voiim In Oolnoivliio-ln I High.lond .
per "IM.Ml .? ... ear day non-waterfront from $1510 ASSOCIATISWARCELLA Court M..... Three ond 4 Imodili
INVESTORS $$100 cash VA PARDI from 1.11IO to 111,300, 14 dllgni ..
= 111 piyme .., .... per day CEDAR KEY 3841 or 3831 d 1an.Inamo.. N.W." .,16111.rl,.A.100641.11.... ",1I.bl.for ARNOLDREALTY W. H. IUCKHANNAN .It.a tawn'l bl....' lolKlloPer ...

: per IM.IN .. ..n per day Marina Locations MM DOWN oi t It .Im..,.H 171 per quilll mo.t"r COMPANY FROM Ijfefmjtlwi M ..p.."t....", .. .... phase Kirk

r INVESTS facilities needed here ::. fxln Alas l1t 1 54111 MARYMOELLER Multiple Lining Member. STEPHEN'FOSTEI psMck. cad Pistlea. J1Z.147t. 5' vbil. .. Ifflc..
fit IM.M .. N N per- day horn with ponolod' PI*, room lilt W. Univ. Ave. 3713511Aiioclotoit HEIGHTS HI .2114 Plod. esd IItlll T.,.....
.a Motel Locations Wall londKipod pine Undid lot J.... Celdwoll
pies. ,.. .. W.II per day you'll like Itl 1,000. Call ITSIJJI. Jim Shopper Bob Kolkmon $/150 cash fHA
INVEST) accommodation/ P. W. NodeJimmy Oreene Located oi NW. 37th Place t4th -
I1.M per IM u.n per deyCALL needed Welter StooderdJWK It. Now brick .homoi vndorconitructlon.
J. J. PINLIV ARIA Largo I REALTOR Pick your own
I r DAVID ANDREWS- IR, I l.th homo auporlor con. colorl ate. VA PHA Tom* GAINESVILLE'SYEARS
378-1411' Itrucllon Proitlgo nolghborhoodOvor loll. W. ,Unlvonlty Ave.M.mbo' IIINm.4 II 004.1 Rama eery
REAL ESTATE Isle .... ft. .n.,". Cell 3711531. PR 4-U7I dpsepa.Wm If AHEAD
COMMUNITY BY
'TO PLACE YOURs AiwclaloiI. Molllplo Lilting 372-8404 er. .110 0u1141w or bo.ullM C.plt.1' l..114.,.. ,...

II Hewi fee Set SPLIT LEVEL Very modern 3so W. Moillor Poitar Knlir lOll ''n Wntmorund. N.W. JTth Mao S ell boat I BUTLER BROTHERS
I bo" Largo IIvie room. lharll. Mayo IharM OrontMcKINNEY EASY TO IUV and any hi own. COP I7HHI gr I74-77H
RENTAL fl35NW urn 08. l eR lerli InW. w.11 10 will c.r""lInl. 126.010. H.IIft .ly.oI Llttlowood area, Mrs bodroomi, I II
.. SUN .' ...... Call 1/10.131 fir opal.WI two bathl' aorquol lloon. lorgopor HUGHEDWARDS I
i Ilvlni room. Assume.
WANT ADSit $300 clawn'on OPPER PIRSONALIZEDSIRVICE ant. mortgogo and ..vMut.a .
.r $62 per mo.Phono 'let u. know your GREEN i OKond morl.... on tlonlbl.Wl PALM VIEW ESTATES
M 10111.IMMACULATE. tormo. McCOY'S I
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DEATON THINK "'I! ton will Ilk. thlithroo .
it.J C.II bodroom two both homo INC.
ton FOR IALI Iv mnor, I IK, nice yir* eoodMlghbortwod. REALTORS In ma Plnloy _II.... Hordwood MACOMAHOMES $16,000 up
RooMMMy *rle> 378-1521 trip floor.. m._,, conitructlon. 1927 NW 39th Dr.
1 Let IM II IM :Zoned air ..."'." w d.lorml. PhoM PR MillOf ). ). FINLEY Occupancy _.. Th.....
1 l'l.r PR MMI.ADVIRTIII If you Nova I.... tamlly. and wr) you. 376-7971 INC. 'OW FHA DOWN PAYMENT
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4 Wit .!If. meaHeM NW loeeHon. Myrtl. L...,,.,. Roiltor weld plonty ot room Itiii nice ""IZL't.I"n: : ,
'\ CHI UNIVUIITY REALTY IN THE Wm. I HID Horrll. AlMclll.M4 homo will you will I 4 on NW on wronitod tot 101 0 m. NOTHING DOWN VA
/. m.1/f-aIl. IIRVICI DIRECTORY .... Ill It.V I R. I loth ;PI.I Room -Con. i Mony atfractlv. mturoii Mrs THE 'JEFFERSON'
1 'n Ir.l, "H'. IdsNly ...._ wI111n MdrO.nM hoe MM.. leoly $100 Closing Colt
I blocks ol tilt school" -" .VH polio central heel, and only -z- FIREPLACES
.,,",, loautllul Made lot 17,70000. .
Charmingly colonial'
Huge flroploce In living room "
Tnli I : property: c.4 I. m under oxcoliont 117000 condition OVER AN ACM In Klrkweed.Orecloui . Hugo llroploce. 'In Pomllyroom. thli homo li lulled ALL CITY SERVICES
moMnrv homo control vonloncM 1 tor
Kltchon lootum builtk gracloui c.
C.n bo PHA Flnoncod Lot with show lowdown heel, two bolts, thro, bedroomi pantry 'loundry porory 11.1... Notice 'told"j ,
poymont ui
bedroom
PLUS another
you Win II.. property briar and bath tor gueiti, e motive holl both. King ilio mutorbodraom 0 p p o'nl. d work FERN WOOD MANOR
you buy. Coll FR 3-MI7.: or tor a ,I..,. Largotenoned with boautltully tllodbolh. laundry kltchon. and
This Week'sAPPLIANCES porch, llreplece, too Holl both hoi hit and otoroga handy la lha _
% LlTUEWOOD Reouneblv priced and ihownBy nor tiled vonlll.i. Two car Ir..... Tnoro Ire Mrs bo*
Thli li II.. horn. In an dolt location appointment.J.' ..r.... :JHI NW. nth Ave. roomi with Mrtitandlng cloiottocllltloi I $12,250 up'
Nmt door to tho Khool nuo AIM now homo at 44N par two full mod
I 1.11. I lotho Torruralloori W. N.W. J3rd Ct. Coil T. D.Zotravor. bolts and e ....roll droningaroo
Control' Hoot I yr. custom bulldor." FR In mo manor "'".. H I IhH
old., Much $.. ,.. Much doilrodneighborhood. KIRKPATRICKASSOCIATIIt 1-344. I formll l/o4" roam wllhI $400 DOWN FHA ,
The owner hoi Ion _nil dining' room plus alomily I 4 NOTHING DOWN VA T r
town sod must ooll Prtao now RIALTOS room with a flnplocotut .
reduced to 114,100 Con tFHA II N. Main II. Pillow PI 3.1101 boautlful cherry _"... $100 doling Colt .
Financed InvMtloato thLproperty Tim "L" anapa ol tilt homo
before you buy Thli Ptovo Mothloion Iron Sunn.ll with In onochod two ur go I .
horn wool D. en the market C.PI.A. W. 11_ USN 1111.L..I' Now Homos rage mod roar pall will $ .
long. Call FR 1-3117. Klrkilnd 11ft Orimn. m.... e dollgntful' aloe, II FROM /D PER MONTH '

Sp cia 1 in .. I .
INCOME PROPERTYII 610. NW 17th PI. '
you era looking lor e property NEW i WALK TO SCHOOLS
wilt III IIIC..... Nw stow you j I
thle nice I story dup... Fully WESTVILLANW The Chormlng

lumlihod Income Good_ II'5 condition 00 per and month location MODELSNew RANCHO GRANDE I I f4 IR, Brick Front Colonials' Now ''''' '

Povod llre.ll The price Open 1 bodr_.. t bolhi iludy Prki, $15.825. $625 Down 'j'
a li reoionibie You ihould kivoitl.goto 10.' 16th Are., lomlly : living room, dining I .
before you buy. Call FR D.ilp room porouot floor, ,
31.1. VIII..a CraonColoMol 37th St. d.._ Ine""' ''''. I30oog 10%
.t DIRECTIONS
Down. : Drive West on 16th A,.. Turn
ASSOCIATESJ. ond oontomoorirylowllhilly OH NW 17th PI Left on 38th St. or 39th Terrace.
J. Guy Jayno lutterworthol. 1105550 IrtcII and 51.05. I
J W. Dovlo H. J. Wlltm. 11- "PLANNING TO WILD"
Multiple Lilting p50507.m.. l
Butler
All-city 111055541055 Nd 5001. WALTER STUBBSInc. Lit ut give you on eitl BrothersBUILDERS

I.0 4 Le-reeM Models. I* landMOpod.Oalnaivlll. mote on contracting your I
SHADOWUWN C......., 50W didsss" air new custom home. 1\
ISTATIS oroo. Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy DAILY IT2.JJ4S NIGHt J7 -904I
North on Nl. 11th Itroot toNl Phone 376-5394 6-7290
F. D. OLIVER nth Avonuo TOre I Day. I. FR I

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Quality material' ft workmoninip Lasted at II"
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THESE HOME VALUES 1


<:P ICtal yDgreepoirt BEFORE YOU BUY t: At

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Co. YES HighlandCourt l ,
TIll f./0105/ In ready for Tho 10".1. mrs tow 0114"ConMnNi.n '
4LINES ..... W 11..tlalr I ....IIIMY.
The NweM 1 '.. I Vi and will be reedy ,1

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t.e-elKendliMeneel wise marl, ...... hill'kilck mee 4 IR. 511 aolhl MM .)..
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10 Mreene. cerch ISO N.W. 14th ft. $14.000. 4UO. 4111 N.W.1lfc 1100 N.W.'Ml* K.7ISM.W. :

fee rrem Mi't LesIOSSee $SOD .. ... .. $l .4t per Dr. I '".. tile"'.. 1105 .... Illy V t
DAYS he spoctal goad Mbovt Like ..... ... $l'50.Gren mealh. I ply."..mo.t she, S4M dn.. 11. pat _III. interest. ,Insurance, Taxes t''


4113b4127 14.W.1M l'" St. / Built-in Tappon Oxen and

$2.00 peranri nerllaM 1 Take ..... el SOW Dr. 1 .... I Bath. IMI en* HIT \1
ftim and Itr .,.. hM.llt..l home bellS fin W yw heauMfwl bout IM per..me.an I ..... SON rnx ...N per ..".,. >I Rang .

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p.N. slid huge rrmeSedPlerid. Kisesbry L I. IA s>. ;/ Exclusive Swim Club ;
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I non commercial. .*!. pinch. 1...1. has sir ....

e .-,.... ...$......b esdaewtiIYI $9,000 to $30,000 Norwood / Attractive, convenient location I

period. 1.Mitose. I
week rile ef which map he *} IV ADVANCe / Many other
tertian only loch Hope exclusive
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5.. frem the chiMren en I No Money Downon Las..esrbr/ab5 5emm MI Kirkpatrick & Pierson features

N.W. 11th A... Shows Mss _11y. A ... dSllhs -H" Inc.

e now wont ad fpoctol by .".in'....,,' ..1,. your lot $5 110115' ran. bmity
i l 0.14 mess'. aiMs. roam.
iI I 1I"1Ie. eer.o.4 MIdI, '11.1 .Vo Trade Homesor SEE IT TODAY!

will M Hone, watch for W. here huiMini ..... MeMIIIIy ..,..... _510,0.5.. II 31. .5011.5.leoid I.0,0-5100 as Property

onolmti. (.... ......a .*4Meny os littlo' es boll M Iapllanci.w15drlfOIlsportroty
for nlc. rooming
heevtifvl hemee we $56.00 SON .... klv6/,1.11.4 fer ALL OUR NOMII A.IOP
wenW Ills Is chew ,.. BMlneM property Lot OPprwimatoiy IN POP YOU fO.* I
It. Woe A*) Special s.-I sew heues feedyfW IJT a .-phone JOT MINN ANVTIMI tP

1 I155NdNe dadse...,. cenvertarleej necimry Hnf. YOU WILL JUST CALL.Meejeaw I
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Phone J7M4I1. pier THE JAMES CO. sin .... 4111 STREE?
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5.r M rln. AiKI ANCH CAM ......... trsl5 Pell.swawr WILSON EXCHANGE ...,. $171 5 .., .115. litoI ill ISIS l.n. Wrlis Import.. IN-M lily
YOU ASKED .ILL RI T ANYTIMD. ,, f1. III 11. lit ...... Pnin P,* +U/. c-0limvlll.' .... B&G MOTOR CO.

swlsd M Ml II III'". POWIINO UPHOU1IRV RAMILI ClmM sir, RAHrrondlllonlnt 1957
BUSINESS LOT0II0M451355NW call ... VIIMM Mr mi'terr CHtjf* Mw M M. N* .. Old *ul*. trnmllllw DKW 3-6 for ports Cedilla OI"'III.,II.
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5. Nev. 11111 Clean
Mr*. C.n1Ys "-" irMM.LADVS it CHIVY ... MO* sari Pay to* HI N. MAIN
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II 137 .W Intl "I. 550 priKttt.ll IMPALA
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Dr e Gorogn & cerporll CO* IALI IN .cra> *t ....*. Hiplno. ROOM and BOARD w-l N..HP III.JoMMl II' 5517 Kkk typrIS.r (IDA INI C. itooYln*. krM .,4 IMM.i nN/e..

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PARRISHPRESENTS I Call l/IHtl $$395 mrMMuM Mr rnt, ItU ARANO PRIX PONTIAC
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ALACHUA REALTYASSOCIATES 171 AMIMT 4 acre MrUnKnnrly 47S3IHAVI. CALL 311017I,1
UNIVIMITV, OP FLO*. 174-7971 .... sly I miles SMNI.i.t III SINGER .
IDA UvMy krkk "lusts *. 151 f w KItlIs5 ALL KINDS | hllKtmrtnt CHIVY
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