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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 28, 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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WALTER R. MEARS his passmgersGoldwater Long told newsmen he made said Long's friends invited him
BRISTOL, Tenn. (AP) included-what was going on. the pass at about ISO knots at to do it again.
ContplexPlanned "That was to separate the men The Boeing 727 took off from 400 feet. But to a reporter, lookIng Roger Mahan, chief of air
from the boys," Sen. Barry Trl-ClUcs Airport for Cleveland, traffic control for the Federal
out the window, the
t ffi fl z C Goldwater said after his campaign Ohio, climbed several thousandfeet plane Aviation Agency at Bristol, said
jet roared through a low- -then IW\loln1o a tight seemed closer to treetop level. the pass was "prearranged
level swoop over a Tennessee turn and roared toward the Goldwiler'a press secretary, before takeoff. He said there
airport. runway Paul F, Wagner, said Long was no other air traffic In the
Y Sri Most of the reporters who As the plane raced toward the cooked up the maneuver with area.
Apartments travel with the Republican presidential ground; Goldwater hurried to friends In the Trl-Cltles control "Calling it fun doesn't make It
candidate were ready the cockpit to find out what was tower. Long, a veteran AmerI- fun," one reporter said after the
today to sign up with the boys.. happening Long told him and can Airlines pilot had landed at incident."I .
Motel LayoutBy They sat, silent and ashen- the senator, a Jet pilot himself, Bristol In an antique Ford trio didn't think it would frighten
faced, as pilot Ralph Long axe went back to his seat, chuck motor once, and buzzed the field you" Long told newsmen
x Sun NORM Staff Writer LaCOE cuted the pall without telling ling then when he took off, Wagner It did. .

Plans were unveiled today (oran
11. acre, $1.5 million com-

IAr hw........' plex of motel, restaurant and
apartment on Interstate 71 at LBJ Woos the West

Not Laughing the'Outside Williston I Ponderosa Road Addition is the ; .

Democratic senatorial candidate Robert F. Kennedy, platted name for the complex, j
lands outside CBS television studio In New York while which is being developed by
his opponent Republican Sen. Kenneth B. Keating was three Pompano Beach men
i on the air.A operating as J.N.S. Developers.

Ponderosa plat was submit- in Corn BeltSocialism
ted Tuesday to the A l II e h UI Barry

Fine Way County. Commission for approval. -

Richard Smith, one of the
three developers, said todaythat '
;i ultimately, the value of the War 'Bluff'Is
complex will approach $1.5 mil
To
Debate! lion.

Initially, the Investment w 111 Is Danger kfr Out SaysPresident
,
be much smaller

NEW YORK (AP) Accusing each other of duck. Nineteen four 'pies apart
ment buildings, a motel and a -Goldwater
ing face-to-face
a television debate, Republican Sen. Kenneth -
B. Keating and his Democratic opponent Robert F. restaurant are planned.
Kennedy, went on back-to-back telecasts Tuesday The first apartment will be CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa ( LOS ANGELES, Calif. (AP)
nkht. available in about six w e e k a. Sen. Barry Goldwater President Johnson, who
.
Kennedy appeared outside the Smith said Each apartment will today President Johnson ; claims he Is wrapping election tissues
studio as Keating began The separate, successive be a one bedroom unit enclosing raped the Democratic around Barry Gold-
."debating" an empty chair, shows cost them 15,400 each. 620 square feeL for eventual delivery to : d dj water's neck, said today he will
but was barred from entering The candidates presented (See MOTEL M Page II) ists when he chose Sen. r "not play the war game of bluff 1
Each side gave different explanation widely differing views on a H. Humphrey as his and bluster,"
*. letter which the Fair Campaign mate. Johnson bore down on questions
After Keating' half-hour, on Practices Committee sent Kennedy To Booze The Republican: of war and peace In a
which he laid Kennedy's campaign but later withdrew the White House r speech prepared for an outdoor
.. I was dirty and ruthless, Keating read from an accountIn Or Not away at his charge that r audience at Albuquerque, NM,
Kennedy went on hi" awn show. the New York Herald Tribune is hungry for power, start of a day.long tour through
He said aU his charge against citing an alleged quotation cused the President of try"" the West that actually was
Keating were documented and from the letter.. Keating said it To Booze? frighten people Into YOtIn i aimed primarily at voters la
that he had\never questioned confirmed his charge of distortion him. Southern California
{he senator's Integrity. _' by Kennedy. "1 charge" the Arizona 2)R'r'i't: yo) The President's strongest
Alluding to'reports that the SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) cep 1 ''r4 t tw'
,. Both candidates i claimed tor said, "that the i.
they
committee had withdrawn the Said Charlie White to Frank language war prepared for the
had accepted WCBS-TV's. offer chine Is driven by lust for .
letter Keating said: "It makes Bogue! "I never drank whisky New Mexico crowd.
of free time. for a debate, possibly no difference what this commit In my life I Just use it ,to er, by fear of the lie said: "The stake m the
on a statewide hookup. tee doe now,. 'under any arm rinse out my threat, 'wrongdoing In high election are success and survi t
Each said the other had of and
fear
run Said Frink Bogue to Charlie punishment by -I val. The.hwuw an recklessness. ,
, ,,out ._ <'.(See DEBATE. P".lI" ) White: "Just give. me a bottle ef of special privilege." >! 1.or responsibility,"
hootch for my birthday." Goldwatef alternated \ Going 011 ',III' stress 'r'Issues,
I Bogue'a birthday Is Saturday. defense and attack In a : I which he say find him and
Transport Erred He will be 105. prepared for a rally at fioldwaier far apart' Johnsonconcluded.
"You've got to take care of Rapids Iowa. It kicks off In his stiffest language
yourself to live long," Insisted i of Midwestern vote-hunting is tap wN ell/.) ; "We cannot and we will
Charlie White, who is 10X win take him also to net play. .ma war game of bluff
When Shot DOwn "Whisky, cigarettes and wom- WIs, and East St. Louis, Disaster 'Scene and bluster That risk. Is too
en never hurt me," maintainedBogue Johnson, he said, "has great" 1
who plans to"go out to a to arouse real grass roots Broken power Hues) and a column of awoke In the Before swinging Into the West,
SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) ,- '"It should be pointed out that bar and have a drink and a port for his candidacy." tell the story of tauter at a naval air Johnson made a quickie tour of
A u.s. Air Force C113 transportshot C123s are unarmed transport glass of beer" on his birthday. Goldwater declared In El Cent,., Calif. after a Jet bomber, raring the Northeast Tuesday night In
down near the Vietnamese, aircraft and the C123 involved Bop says he was reared by cans have that kind only a few feet off the ground during a para. Plttsturgh''s ultramodern Civic
Cambodian frontier Saturday'wa. In this particular mission war Chippewa Indians in southern and said the Decking of show, ,clipped power pole and craahed. la fiery Auditorium, he delivered one of
hit while Inadvertently flying unarmed. Michigan after his parents died (See BARRY M Page ) ... the most surprising speeches of
over Cambodian territory, a A U.S. soldier on a motorboat "I rode with the Dalton brothers .C his campaign, ,
U.S. Embassy spokesman said patrol near the frontier was off and on for four years. Ticking off a series of major
today. Eight Americana per killed Tuesday night In a guerrilla Once I took 13,000, but I never policy question, Including the
ished In the unarmed craft. I ambush. He was the 214th was caught. Jet Crash Turns civil rights law, Johnson said
The spokesman said an armed American killed In combat in Rogue and White are roommates with direct reference to Gold-
helicopter sent to the area Sunday South Viet Nam since December at a convalescent center water: "These' are all .Issues In
In an operation to recover 191. here.aronearly. and
this campaign, we are
the bodies also war fired on Fete Into wrapping, ( .m.right around his,
from Cambodia. They returned Tragedy neck."

the fire. Seven bodies were I Mill I n I I. I I ) HI 1.1.1II \ The President later, speakingoff '
picked: up. The eighth has not I the CUrIA cited a newspaper
been found.Wreckage. IIITII \1
: of the transport la Jet bomber skimmed low ever a six critically were screaming" (See JOHNSON ea Pap I)

strewn along a hill about 250 Although there 1000 volunteersfor I crowded reviewing stand and The 70000-pound Jet came The crowded malts exchange
yards inside Viet Nam 171 miles actively soliciting your United fund during this then faltered, hit a power pole, apart In the air after one whig comprising a drugstore, supermarket r
north of Saigon Guerrillas bad IMS campaign it'i likely that many who wish to and smashed In flaming pieces snagged the power line. The and snack bar WliERETO
stripped the plane of Its insignia tf contribute to the drive will not be contacted.' across the center of a Navy shower of blazing wreckage was hit by the plunging fuselage !-
and looted the bodies of Already we hat,. had calls from people desiring base, killing nine men. scattered 4v yards across .
personal effects. to make cootribul lions: who point out to us that no Among those who died were buildings and parking lots setting A wing mashed Into the ptalion's FIND IT
solicitor has contacted them. Of course In many two major fires,.smashing administration building.
The embassy spokesman said the three crewmen of the AID . 2CloMWIod '
.
cases, a solicitor simply hasn't h lid time to work through the areaeaposlbIi bomber. buildings, setting auto afire. A mill of flaming wreckage: Cornk '\
the C123 overflight of Cambo- twin-jet
plunged Into the post theater 2111lotartalnnMnt
for which he or she is r .
dian territory apparently was Women and children serwicemen's and killed James Wall, 27, of 27
But should you feel your solicit N' has overlooked you, don't lles1i The other six victims were
due to difficulty to border Identification dependents were VviflMfWt ,, 2OpMNa
in buildings near the run- Long Beach a quartermaster 9 }
late to caD the Unfed Fund offta i, lilted in the telephone directory, men
and bad weather during and ask for assistance. way of the El Centre Naval Air among the victims.: as ho WIt testing a film which ,... . 4
a supply-dropping mission. where I the plane "Women were running across was to save been shown Tuesday Sport 1120Women's
A United Fund volunteer workeor r will can on you for your pledge Facility 14. If
H* said that,-while the United contribution if you desire err Instructions on receiving credit crashed Tuesday during a parachuting the street through the burning night
State regret the overflight. for mailed contribution win be I hrea you. demonstration. heat with their hair on fire." (See CRASH ea Page 1)us ) I r



How Many Bullets Fired? From Where ? ..



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By JACK WILSON, Cewle Wasaeagtea BoreoaWASHINGTON. dent Kennedy was sitting .ks the right hand side of the back seat aU" His wife pulled Mm don Into her lap and said ''* aQ
r D. C Although President Kennedy was not with Mrs Kennedy beside hint Gov. John Connally of Tau was right be still"
declared dead for half m boar after he was shot last Nov. 22, sitting In a Jump seat In front ef the President with Mrs. Connelly Roy KcUerman. the Secret Service agent In the right. front seal
He was in effect killed almost instantly to his left Two Secret Service am were In the front seat, one of barked at William Gretr. the driver; "Let's gel out of here. We're
During that half hour two event occurred which became the them driving. hit" ova Crew speeded up. Ktlkrman wed the radio with which
foundation for much of the speculation and uncertainty: that accompanied A* the procession' approached die corner of Houston and Elm he \had awn keeping contact with other car a* the motorcade,
the raged( : and old the .head car "We are hit Gel us to the hospital! awardately. *-
L Doctor at Parkland Hospital I / ."
l found a wound. IB the front The two tan with their motorcycle escort tore through the/
of Us throat which could have 'I I If K ( nncdv \ ssussinationStreet greets at speeds up to M mike aa hour. It was a ride of about
been made by a bullet entering four mil.. Police relayed a warning to the hospital a> be ready
from the front: to give the President emergency trtaunmf They dkin'I mcnlJoaComuOy '
i Investigators dteovered a but the houpKal got two emergency operating room
little pattern of cracks oa the outside 01..no windshield ef the open Mrs. c- ". dated. at die size and eothusiaaoi of the ready Just to caw.
car hs which the President had beta riding. crowd .turned to toe President and laid "Mr. President you caal Dr. Charles J. Carrlco. a resident In general surgery, wa the

Pot together,. la the last sad the wild confisdoa that followed say Dallas doesn't lore ,...." first buts to reach the President Mr. Kennedy was tying oa
A
the (....... .these tw tan M to the coacluaioa mat at least "That la very obvious. The- President replied happily his left his back on a stretcher. His face was ashen, .has beating slow
moment later a shot was beard, the President dipped and although his were open, mere wa* oarescUon.
Get shot had been fired at flat President from .ks front of the briefly and spasmodic eye
band .. kia throat and fcatnad forward. Mrs. Kennedy saw -
........... .
has. ,... Then there was another shot
aa
a qunateal upriassna
iiYte ...dedS .WM.eaten. Tta tommiaaasa headed ay Chief Justice Earl .Warren wkaeatovntittlirf and a greet M was ton as la* stall He had. a wound at the base.of the throat and -a snxobl pea
b Jreh -- r.ba'w lilt facts flVTMj4haf III MMHotMtoM MclsIsM teta Mrs. Kennedy cried ".. my Cod 1be7'.. shot my (b seat I lieu of OM aknO. was ....... ,
.... ttit> .iaai.aAmip of she shots ,.. frees. bekksd. .,. Taej name apes fkady, love. yea Jack." Dr. Carrko averted a cuffed endalracheal I tube in the PrealdmthOwned.
n flee dstb If PealJsha fans ft* stags floor ..la IIP of t fte Tone achaoi Beat Depsoaery Oar. CaaaaOy wa struck at .me same toe, and the Warm This to a tub with aa bsflatable bladder around k. and
... g_. eehsmds afhr III PrtaIdIIII's err hd pet le..tlgaten kl eve. by d the tw bidleta tot bit Kr.IC.InIw4J. to slat a patient to breath to emergency' .....*. Tie 1st
They were fared, fte cotes said, by Lee Harvey Oswald.vtingaJoac. The stag lore tkroufh c-. y'* bock, cane eat of Us chest and wee ewmortad' to a Bennett Machine which automatically sUm>
.through. eao wrist lodging k* lilt shin ef his .kg. tatei mp 1tJoe.
wvth<< la the .... car ki he center ef the notoread Pod cI,, cried "Co. a. BO. era My God. they are gnkg to tin (to AMASHNATION Page II)

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XONSSCDF A suspected rapist was ap-
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Partly cloudy tonight wa,. prehended Saturday by Gainesville proposal endorsed by the Ala. newspapers and of "close to one
and Thursday. Low to police after he was identified \ Cocktail Lounge chug commission. million" small contributors

night In 60s:High Thursday In el a- ,,. by a local pawn shop Protest HeardNeither The study was discussed at I I demonstrate It.

low JOs. Easterly winds 10 to R operator. three county meeting Oct. X t The senator said of Johnson
20 miles an hour. Chief W. D. Joiner credit
A c...._..... cloud'.... tnojmM iE Officer William H. Sanders with Alachua County nor In Orange Springs. "He has the support of many
MrolMTh1rWgr. w'im wMoiv ,the State Road Department Matthews at that time promised
ee.''' ottoman ono tracing down Joseph N. Simmons I the ti, traditional Democrats who accept :-
to
will to
tonltht. Low M It M lonlgM Hlgn Lw have reason to interfere try get money
71 W M Thurtooy. l.lllrly wlm ItM 29 year old Galnesvlll ,construction of a new cocktail pay for a study, after the three I his party label; without
II milt on hour h
t Thursdayrape
following
Negro e
I S Portly cloudy through Ttiurftoy. lounge on U. S. 441 at Bivens counties agree on what the y, looking beyond It to see that In
of
and
ChMct N I MIN strews TI"" subsequent robbery
Low tonight In MI Hltn' Turn- "'" Arm County Attorney Wayne want done.. handpicking Hubert Humphreyas
toy noor N. iMttrly wlM S It II an elderly woman. Carlisle advised the county Edgar Johnson Alachua commission .

lllilot.NIJIC III Mau/. Mottly cloudy ,,,,,, 1 After the assault, which occurred commission Tuesday. arranged the 0 r angt I. his successor he has kid.
wttti/ tomo MMWOTI tnrtutn '''',Id.,. In the city's s o u.t heas
Low tonlaht/ bw1... Hltn Tnuridiytnwnt Carlisle said his investigation Springs meeting.In naped the Democratic party -

11I11.i .n to.....lutorly.. "",. hl.nw wlrtM 1ft It N.lnaa4wer4 II 'N section: Sanders began In the checking showed the lounge, which Is being related action the boar I tied it up In i neat bundle for
out shops Negro
pawn built on filled land, does not Tuesday adopted a' proposal b)]' eventual delivery to the Americans
r6rR vi district At one he found. several I
TeMpesAte.la alaiNWi.e GAINESVILLE WEATHER affect any public purpose or Jack Durrance to better coordinate !..
Hit* Low reel*. old coins Identified by the for Democratic Action, the
: Municipal Airport readings development
use. water resources
Jockllie .
i MI...., ...n.... .... II 61 ..d for 24 hours to > a.m. today: victim as those taken during the 1 "We have determined the most effective: radical socialist

;. I= .:'.::::::::::::;; ;n; a/: High M at 1 p.m., low 62 at attack. The merchant described :amount of fill that has been Durrance asked sppolntmeni t: organization In the )land"

::;.:'' ::'::::.:' r. :; .1. 1 a m. No ram. "< lowing Simmons a,24-hour who was search.arrested fo. 'placed there by (Joseph) Wil of a committee to study Psynei I Coldwater had been chopping


WnhlnglMCfticw Ntw York :.:,....;::::: : ;: Swnot New ALMANAC......,.,.,... l,.iim.IvnrlM Simmons was charged wit !.feet ingham the Is flow not of such water as,"to Carlisle af.. lotions Prairie, Newnans flood problems Lake, and drainage so.: away it Humphrey all week.

KMMI City ........... 116 /Nn now ..... .... t'iI,mMoonrlM rape and breaking and entering time I think of the small
.. tomorrow 1:04 .m.kit. said. and use, wildlife management "Every
/r..itt.::.::.::.::: ;: = N,.. Meer .,.. ...::::':::... .:,. d with Intent to commit a felon;). I McIntosh resident ii possibility that the President
Grace a on and recreation needs I
(.. A""Iot .... ..... 71 sit .a The p11.0. M.... lOII..hI .h 04d ....
+ 04.1111 .. ...... .II. 14.10. t/4 Mee and he MM, ....... hyena Arm, had protested construction the county. might be reelected I shake,"
More AboutJohnson
MA.'N'' 'OIlUI' 111 million Won/ nllM k mw from a Hit unit StrnXknot Imt HIM I of the /fill and lounge he said In London, Ky., Tues

,aw UIT !GUL',.,.,..1... .,,...u." ..wlndl..,. Portly II Nto rises KIT Ties' at commission meetings for the FourLaningIs day. "But when I think of Hubert .
cloudy wild I"" intwtrl pInCh" Thur d.y-Mloh it Sill tm. and II r.Tnurtdty. I last three weeks. I really get the trembles."
:
(km. Low it I ..m. tnt; I:42 pm .
+ CAP Wlrwhott. t Mt tun) / 1 The commission concede* Rejected Goldwater complained that

Candy Gets $$ to VoteCandy Five Day ForecastTemperatures From Page 1 I.the that requirements the land use of will the not proposed meet Traffic on east University Johnson has and"the honest support of I'

new zoning code, and was Avenue Is not heavy enough to I many good people

Yagh jian, 21, of Columbia S.C. smiles happily will averagenear and (Os elsewhere. Rainfall will Goldwater which hft said permitted by variance granted warrant making it a four-lane, whit, even though they are

as Dean of Wheatbn College (In Norton, Mam.) I. the seasonal normal during average less than one half Inch, claims that his administrate by the commission to the road, Roy Miller, county engIneer W heartsick at the moral blackout

Leota Colplta, right and classmate Bonnie Page, the period. Normal high except one to two Inches In the seeks laws that would make present code. told the board of commissioners -. In the Johnson administration

left of Needham Maw. make a tout following the ranges from 7S to (2 normallow southeast portion at the beginning Negroes happy, Jobwlse, and Gladys Kammerer, University Tuesday. nevertheless have been swayed

raising of fund to tend Candy home to cut her In the SOs extreme north of the period.1.jtuatit. white people glum of Florida political science Traffic In a 24-hour period,I by one of the most Immoral

first vote on Nov 3. Mill Page was chairman of the "I want to meet that one held professor, who lives near Blv Oct. I totaled 3,717 vehicles' actions of all the" big lies of

drive, which started when It was discovered that on," he said ens Arm also appeared before Miller reported. At least I,.: the administration.

Candy was the only girl of voting age on the campus "That Is pure, dirty racism the board. 000 cars a day are needed tc I He said Johnson misrep-

who could not vote by absentee. and propaganda that Is being "Bivens Arm"Is a dedicated Justify building a four-lane road. resents his positions, and will
.
around. There Is not wildlife refuge, aha remindedthe vehicles
passed any A year ago, 3,550 not debate campaign questions.
STOWAWAY bill that Congress ever passed commission.She were counted in a 24-hour period In Cleveland Tuesday night,
lateral arreeaDaNy 11110 .../".b, will b. found 01140 'u1I NNIcnnM that takes Job from said she Is concerned Goldwater tackled the
any away questionof
-. A man who Identified him- 5,11 r.e.. that construction of the cock-
anybody. civil rights, arguing that the
self as Chief Oceola and said toll lounge plus talk from nearby
WINNIE TROLAN She was a member of the ,
ago. Johnson said some people busing of schoolchildren from
.
he was a Semi. Mr. 'Winnie Lee Trolan; 10 Gainesville apartment house residentsof Show the F'ay
? First Church
Baptist "put out a lot of words to try to one neighborhood to another for
nole Indian of 1125 SW 5th Ave died 1Ie..1dlY putting boats Into the water,
,
and fear and the sake of racial balance
is
and Rebekah, Colfax Lodge 2. smear scare pe0ple threats to the lake. To
found r an NewberryThe
was at her horne I.
morning who are working by saying "doctrinaire and misguided
Z u'i board the Survivors Include a son, Wil "Can one property owner upset
She was born ID White that some other man Is going to equalitarlanism."
press plane ac- and here from ton Howell, Jacksonville; two a decision by all the other Alachua County Commis-
Springs came "
". get his Job. property owners and the State sion decided Tuesday to ask the That dreg wild
com panylngPresident Jacksonville 19 years ,& sisters, Miss Lonnie C I DC 1, a ovation from
He went on to relate that his
of Florida? All of this raises Road to put
John- State Department
She was a member of the Williston; Ind Mrs. Certru d e wife Lady Bird had told him a crowd estimated at 12,000 -
about the future
4 questions plans Interstate 75, pointIng -
on a campaign Priest High a brother up signs on In a city which has seen
First Presbyterian Church Springs, that an Alabama worker riotingover
approached for hyena Arm, she asked.
to Newberry.
trip to Pittsburgh the way
W. D. Bronson and the Issue.Renewing .
Gainesville Woman Club and Clancy, ; her on her Southern
have
Pa., Alpha Omicron PI .' several nieces and nephews. Newberry residents
: Tuesday night. sorority.Survivors : vhistle- atop tour and said: "I complained Interstate travelers a theme he has

: 4.' \ The stowaway Include her :husband WARNER BIGGER have been thinking about this PsychiatristTo wouldn't know where to get off underscored on nationwide tele-

was taken Into custody by Secret and a, brother John M.Seth(Jack R.)Lee Trolan MI-, Warner K. Bigger, long time problem a lot, and they hive Be HiredA to reach their town. vision, Goldwater added "Our

: Service agents on the plane ami. Gainesville resident who died put out a lot of stories about aim, as I understand it, Is neither -

F1',I for questioning. suddenly at hit Daytona Beach what has happened. But I believe psychiatrist will be appointed SubdivisionPlats to establish a segregated

: EAGLES MRS. '/b,. p ROZEAR home Saturday, was buried today that I would rather have a to the Alachua County MenIal society nor to establish an Integrated -

: CAP WlrtpkttMDiana ', Mrs. Ante Pearl.Roxear,. M, In Arlington National Cem Negro stand beside me on In Health Committee by the society. Our aim is to
Hunter 21, aa ex- e) Astronaut Jobs R.: Glenn Jr. of 740 SB 2nd Ave..died this etery. assembly line' than to stand couny commission. Approved preserve a free society."

: stripper sow Jack has be 'promoted' to colonel morning gather home after behind me In a line."
manages an A retired U. S. Navy officer, soup The committee Is a citizens
: Ruby's old Carousel Club In despite his request that he be II extended Illness.A 'f he Is survived by his widow The President said, "We are group set up to advise the commission Final approval sub was. division givenFuesday Goldwater drew scattered
for two crowds
along motorcade
routeIn
downtown Dallas, Texas. Miss passed over because of his Impending seamstress, sin dame here and two sons, Col. Thomas W. not going to say that the good what is needed to coordinate
Alachua
the County Cleveland
retirement from the I lists by and faced empty
: Hunter Is trying to breathe from Jacksonville one year Bigger and Col. Chester Bigger. Lord Intended that the toll men and mental
Marine Improve 4 ommlsson.! seats in the
balcony when he
Corps.
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mw life .la the dingy striptease should be treated different than
: emporium where she "Col. Glenn felt his promotion short that the white health efforts The plats, for Forwood and spoke at Public Hall. But police
men or
would the The panel requested a psychiatrist I Renewood number three sections said there
deprive another worthy. were enough people
: lace. waa a perform"'li men should be treated differently .
American of a deservedalrardp : :FEC Employes from the black men or the be included. II I were submitted a week standing elsewhere In the hall to

i REBUKED ''i'; laid President Johnsonas brown men, because If we do, I igo, by Harris Green for W. N. fill all 12,000 seats.
he presented the eagles of a [nc, representing builders Nor-
: Rhodesia's Premier Ian, colonel to Glenn at the White we are outnumbered. ,, Caution LightOn wood Hope and Harold Walker. In his Cedar Rapids speech,

: Smith received a stern rebuke House Tuesday. Want Jobs BackJACKSONVILLE throughout the world." 301 The plats will not be put In joldwater said bureaucrats and

from the Brit- "There are few people who He said no one ought ever GoingThe I the record book until! site Improvement bosses Ire arrayed behind John.

: I s h "choose to fight It out on the bonds are posted son's candidacy.
government reason this way, Johnson said flashing caution light will
In London I He added that he had solved the (AP-Even why It should not be cited In basis"of color" because if they be removed soon at the Inter. with the county engineer. "We' may not have the polls or

: Tuesday for D. problem by adding the name of! while the railroad operating contempt of court bie. section of U. S. 301 and State the powers that be on our side

his "Independ- t. another officer to his list for unions are battling the Florida I The union's general chairman readied for Road 24 at Orange Heights for More About but we have the people," the
text
deuce now" '" nominations to colonel. East Coast Railway In federal .H.0. Van Arsdall Sr. of Miami, Today, from In a the of the widening of 301 to four lanes I senator said. "And If they vote

: proposal. Glenn, first American to orbit court, some of their leaders are said the railroad is not posting delivery steps Caution signs will be erected without fear, without coercion,

Smith's plan, I the earth, Is expected to becomean talking about crossing nonoper- seniority rosters and train crew Los Angeles City Hall, Johnson the Alachua county comm I s- Crash If they vote on the basis of the

,; un a n I mously executive of a soft drink atlng union picket lines and going assignments nor assigning crew said his election would mean the sinners decided Tuesda). deep, heartfelt convictions we
nation will "go forward to a
approved by company soon back to work. callers as required by the agree hive seen everywhere In this
African/ tribal | future of horizons unlimited.
The eleven'nonoperetlnl ment. and November is going to
leaders, was GIFTManuel unions have been on strike since "We are going full speed Waterhed.Study 'From Page. 1 produce the greatest. political
expected to be approved the William Devaney of Washing ahead. We are not going back 16
by i "
Jan. 23 strike In
1963-longest of this
: white electorate also In a vote I Praga Iribarae I railroad history-end no break ton, attorney for the FEC, argued a past of muddling and make- OkayedThe A sailor painting chairs In a upset century.

Nov. S. The government In London .' Spanish minister of Information that these weren't neces believe mudslinging politics service building hit by the plane ,
Is In sight. :
said Rhodesia's white I and tourism, returned to Madrid sary. The judge told him that and mildewed policy"Johnson Alachua County Commission MS bounced off the ceiling ,

rulers would be guilty of treason today from a tour of the United But Edward Hughes local: whether they were necessary or said his first horizonwas I Tuesday endorsed a I then flung out through s hole Ins 'itJN: R t !
States, sporting a Texas sonv chairman for the Brotherhood of proposed Army Corps of Engl-
: If they pursue the plan. not, the railroad was under contract to seek "unlimited opportunity I 1 wall. The building burst Into
brero. Locomotive Engineers BLE) at
( to furnish them.Hughes leers study of the Orange Lake I lames. He ran to aid his
I for of our :
The hat was a gift from 'the Miami testified In US. District everyone pen.pie watershed and will ask U. S. 1 NOTICES
asked about his contention of or creed I Friends, trapped inside, and was
of Dallas of several that of regardless race
one Court members
mayor Tuesday 'Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews to
the I hurled back by a blast and Inured.
stops on Fraga Irlbame's 19-day hit union would like to comeback that engineers are. or language or origin. jet the money from Congress
tour to work. willing to cross picket lines and He went on to speak of every :for' the study. J .
return to work said he felt child absorbing the best educe- Blazing Jet fuel showered ".'u"'", ..... THOMAI CrUO.UlPunorol -
Of course, he said, working County commissions of Merlin tonrkn lor Mr Porfuion.
MINISTERRev. many of the strikers would pre ion In his grasp, "the horizon of much of the quarter-mile of 000 01 'rot. oulkknf conlrtclor, will
will be
conditions and pay must be as 4 and Putnam counties : to hold, 01 H. I m,, on WodnoMoy.Oclokor .
fer BLE men working to those security: ," which he Impact area. ,.... .
J. Johntoa, who promised they were before the strike be- personal I asked to endorse the proposal wlltl M.' Or ot WIIII.. .ThomotCnopol .
u. Gordon
now running trains. aid would Include medical care One engine smashed all the .... _... ton.ducllnt
to serve God after recovery gan-conformlng to a 1957 The study concerns 250. I 0 Surlol will btwMor
under Social 'ray through the chapel -, NX OlrotHon' H Wlllltmf ThtmM -
: from a agreement Once there might have been for the aged Secu.I I tens, Including Newnans Lake, Puntrol Homo

critical | That Is what the court hearings danger to those crossing picket rity, a horizon of discovery In ,fringe Lake, Lochlooaa Slough 1 vhich was empty burst out aOZSA*. ...... AMIS PSAIL to.norol .
he other side and smashed
: In Htt, were about. In one, the lines Hughes said but he does space and on earth and, finally I md Orange Creek. Paynes : cars MrvMot nw M... lluoor. ...
Monda ) BLE asked aa Injunction from not think the danger exists any 'the unlimited horizon of universal I Prairie was Included In t beL n a parking lot beyond. M w'N M Octotor htK' M M, ,.I... M P wKta M. .nTllurMn.
1 ; Black columns of smoke rose It MWhMIM Clwrcll mull, Or reed
Jlcksony the court ordering the Miami kxunr.' peace
L..gMab PlrM lootkt
Cnurcn Sins
high m the sir over the base as
,1141.., ..
ap p If Jacksonville railroad to operate More AboutMotel the parachuting demonstration .WIN. NM N OMSOoNg II W.._M 04111115,1 INVko.
from a II1neS'I" I under terms of that agreement C-,. mow III .K11a1 N JMNrr
: I PKY Students a ceremony marking the 23000th ; J '0a.0NNN _. M., .N.u.
attack. J of the fact that Us Prepare
in spite current parachute Jump made at .404!"..IMry VltrUt..N I.MM N-NAve.- monhy G._.
ion, an employes are not union
the base, a major parachutetesting OcMMr. N. MM M k* 'MNMna it,.
mobile tr .i triMM Illntw,
men. 2 Fete for Alumni and development facility
r t man, Judge Bryan Simpson took the -Day TIOLAN. Mac WIMme Lie
came to an end. .. .... Pi*
1 .
..., minister From Page MM ttt Mrs ... to*
Baptist under consideration
request Bedford Sutherland, 22, a w'" 04 ISIS it 505 PM ...
and since 1949 has storied, after. hearing arguments and P.K. Yonge Laboratory School 1: day night begin with a motorcade '''.'-. 0<_ 1. 1104 N .MN?
CAP Wi.........' welcomethe from the PKY to The apartments are designed,parachute rigger who made the CM..N OIl N4 '''If rnt0olal CM.rchWN1l

Vie Cold b the man ..la reopened In the or Jacksonville revived six churches testimony. students.30 yell-old prepared school's to Blue Citizens Field, where campus the Blue to attract residents who enjoy leap, watched the crash. He had ... Dr.S..U.-S...Oae.rl.. Aso. INr PNrar.r t.nil...
area. -
charge ef everythlag that nils He Issued an Injunction Oct living In the country club area, Just bailed out of the plane. Mtlll. Me -... 0Na1 w//t M .M
Wave alumni at Homecomingthis Waves meet Admiral Farrsgut 1_ C- M.. ar...
Sat the of the Brotherhood
la OsMwatar request
the earn taiga Crewmen aboard wished him
at the N JM4.JMr.0
TO CHINA or will be employed new : rmnN
of Railroad Trainmen Week.Wilb The ceremonies will spotlight :. T4NM4 M Nay "i::
trips. The sunglasses ea his. N 11 71
hick he
under construction is Jumped through a
VA ,,
theteam' hospital, and A.w1. ewHNrM. _

head have become his trademark President Sukarno of Indonesia BRT ordering the railroad to the theme, "Admirals the Blue Wave team TNNMy.
( ) since early this year. bottom hatch. He pulled the --.r' W We Men 704.0 wN
as ke shepherds motorcades will make an overnight abide by Its pre-strike agree Washed Ashore as Waves Roll sponsors. A special half- "Ultimately, the motel will I I I ripcord handle gold-plated to .-.......w. rrw J.mwy w a. ws Mad .Nay II wMno III

and members ., the visit next Sunday to Shanghai ment with that union with the on for Thirty More PKY has time show will feature the Blue be 120 units," Smith. said "We mark the 25.000th Jump and _-... .II Nn.-.T,4.anlMa Man_044

; N' press M the Galdwater tows. where he will confer with provision It could ask specific lined up two days of activities Wave majorettes and the P. K. expect to break ground' for 4C I made a perfect landing near the ..r ifa _wN,, I thynM

.. His official title II assistant Prime Minister Chou En-lal of exemptions because of the aimed at defeating the Admiral Yonge Band. units m the Immediate future." reviewing stand. eaM.NNI.M -....-1Nn/aa- CMA N III aft
Red China the official Tarragut Academy f e e t b a 11 A v lcaU1 dance In theschool'l -'OY ... .mwm..0 OIl..III
nuoa.
press secretary, but he's says M. IJ.T ,
strike. the He had to the -
The site Is 11.1 acres oa planned give .......... w M.NI..
Homecoming close
team which It plays as a gymnasium will Mm
kaewtj ermine' tile sentry ky news agency Antara In the hearing Tuesday the southwest quadrant of the inter :handle to Cmdr. Arthur Perkett
driven aad policemen aa the The agency said Sukarno was BRT contended the railroad has climax Friday sight Homecoming activities. It .begins change. 41. commanding officer of the ----.w

: man who keeps Ikbiga r' Bjag. -' Invited by the Chinese government violated the Oct 9 injunction OcL JO. Immediately after- the Smith secretary treasurerof i MfospeWt recovery unit elt the G.11&tIYi11e Sun

::, to visit Shanghai Judge -Simpson ordered the Homecoming activities, begin game. JNJ. Marvin Jenkins and i ah facility, one ef t the three

FEC to show cause on Nov.2 'Thursday night with 10th an The Homecoming King and 'Thomas Notler anthe two ,cnwaaea aboard tile AID
nual HI Tide variety show will be chosen from the u pl.rEa .
=:: :More! AboutDebate Atlanta Constitution, resigned a Queen other officers of the corpora -4041,' bld"SI, r =
and pep rally.: Skits, cheers and Homecoming Court which Includes N..... .......".. pus.a .
from the committee because of
N'- Sleeping Pills presentation of the Homecoming seniors Ana Wsrrington. tion.Filing ef a put Is a necessary Theft Suspect jJt. tot SEFN.Ida
till letter. He said appeared King and Quay will highlight Robin Richards, Kathy Sites. : ,
step before a building permit ... .... .. -. \
the criticism of Kennedy was a Fatal. to Woman that event m the P. K. Danny Dennison Tom Hansen can be issued Is Released) ,Ottice/ baaacuu ..

committee action, but that he Yonge Auditorium at 7:M p.m. and Steve Tuttle. The WM Plana for another motel and ;.

had not been consulted. A (9 yeu-old 1 Gainesville A giant. bonfire and pep rally Homecoming' Prince and Princess restaurant at the same interchange Herbert U Downs, Si. Ilk:. lg urn If

From Page 1 Bruce U Felknor, the com- ,raman died Tuesday after ap> 'on the school grounds win climax an Juniors Mac Johnson were unveiled TuesdayHome's ,nopjr. was released by Gaines Goalies 01 man

mittee'i executive director: had I Mreatbjr taking aa overdose of'I the opening event as members and Linda Lastinger. Mater Lodge ef vide pottee Tuesday after being 1 1who Me. ..,

twisting or whatever." said that the Herald Tribune i sloping pills, Gainesville poIIce I of the Key Club carry the Sponsors for the Blue Wave Gainesville: Inc. plans a 109 I ejueitfoaed eeaeemtag the IUS

But Kennedy said he believed had obtained the quotations said school's Victory Bell to sound team this <** an Christine nit motet and restaurant e a I recent theft ef a ...... eat .. -:'.:": .....

: hli Integrity had been vindlcat- from the letter surreptitiouslyand The victim, Winnie Trolan, I school spirit for the Homfr m-!I tw Clyitnre. i Htmg the senr H* ...... sjnadrantHottdty The set takes frees Kwik Fix. If .....
The P. K. TBand Pam Bolls ef the Jun- HewardMmaoa's TV Service Oct IX was .... "
ed by the committee's withdrawal over the committee's objoalions :HIS SW 5th Ave. .. found I game. c t. ta sad .

: : and that besides the 1 mecp clout at her home and j and. the chmWaC t ar. ,'or class, sod Major Scarborough both are Mere.fed I ta Dowea i.....' MeadayOfficers : '= -;-" ,:.

: w. of the letter and Its apoUogy letter !h... v...n sent to Kennedy 'was taken to Alachua General I!featured at the pep rally and sophomore.i is conalrimmg SMKla. at fteewberry 4 later discovered ::=r... III ..11.

to him.. -> only I' it further Worms- I IUoII ftuplUL She was pronounced I tonflre.. I l i Co chairmen for Homecoming .Road Mercheage ef)Downs had parchased -' ace .. ..... ...::::" -

: Ralph McGill: publisher of the G..... ....n.. I lead ea arrival Pre game ceremonies FritX .' are Lee and Candy ChoUs. 1.71. stolen. the Mewta set -- fAt.alq r

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'Inlverslty: City .as.iOLU,,,NUM :' :: foe PrIIand tAITAOUOwe Ad., LAWRENCE -,
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VIQ PmMMl w* Cr By RALPH McGILL t The late Herbert Hoover 'revealed In

THE SUN'S POLICY P:WM W,.:::.Wttnhf Ce: FitMitw HUIWere ..M. 4 Y.) '- T that in a speech at a Gridiron din-

12. 1931, he bad said
.,.; I. Report the news: fully dud Impartially In the newt columns long since dead, once told' me that
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only to-editorials, 'k to this relation of the White House to

3. Publish all sides of, Important conkovmiol luuu. t ALONG"A, ; there never would be a president who

378-1411 press until he was 20 yean dead."
The Sun's
telephones departments / not take 20 yean to evaluate the relation

to the press or the significance of his

They Good Indeed a close reading of what happened
1 ona 'of Mr. Hoover and his successor

Goldwater, and ''Prayerless' Schools t D. Roosevelt!, should be required today

". of Congress but by all others who

: A* part of hit thuls that Americans court's majority held that this con- ? with the economic problems that lace Amer
Davs .
: art undergoing a tort of moral stituted "an establishment of relig .

: decay Sen. Barry Goldwater dwells ion." The First Amendment of the ALWAYS be a debate as to whether Mr.

: U.S. Supreme Court decisions Constitution it. declared "must at A letter from a rural ... 0.-
<,< on relating effective .in his four years as president as
: to state-prescribed prayers least mean that In this country it is Southern county said ''1'have ;z::;:" .... ... been _There Will always be a dispute as to

: and Bible readings in public schools. not part of the business of a government been thinking about a happening ,.v. 1932 when he claimed the depression was

: In his Salt Lake City speech he to compose official prayers for In our community.We to movement show signs of ending, 'there were indi

: charged the court with banning "Al any group of the American people to have a small farmer '
here, a renter. He works "THANK HEAVEN I HAPPENED 1(22 election there Is no doubt that one ofSUBSTITU'T'E
mighty God from our classrooms." recite as part of a religious program '
::1 .... hard His wife does her part. FOR SIBERIA the tragedies In American
I carried on by the government. His daddy and mother are history occurred when there

: Sen. Goldwater could be credited still living They are old and was a lack of cooperation be-

: with greater candor if he had at It is important to remember, then, live on the place with this tween the outgoing Hoover administration

least noted the reasons\ behind the that the court in its decisions waa fellow. The old man is ableto Russia's ward 7'g and the Incoming -

: ... Supreme Court decisions. The court standing between the people and gov putter around and Roosevelt administrationfrom
do
a few chores. The old election day on Nov. S,
..' was not inveighing against prayer ernment-imposed prayers or Bible lady has been ailing for a lam, to Inauguration day on

", per se, or Bible readings per Re. It readings. number of years. Last week meta flfonrt manded to request the return Seven where they find Mor- day on March 1. 1933. As a

did not prohibit the objective study the old lady got real sick and fork of two manuscripts he had enyl. Another beguiled by the results of the lack of public'

of the Bible In schools. What violatedthe Whatever our schools have lost in had to be taken Into the coun- BY c. L. SULZBERGER sent abroad He refused and pleasant life of Rome wherehe confidence, Including: rumors -

First Amendment to the Constitution the way of state-prescribed religious ty seal to the hospital."I HAVANA-For, Khrushchev's the ordinaryRussian greatest was lent to a psychiatric cli- worked In' the Soviet embassy that the new administration -
found .myself thinking nic "by order of the Ministry also ends In the ward. would devalue the dollarIn
it im-
found was government exercises they have gained in an atmosphere about this fellow's case. He achievement was doubt- of Health." One young "American" is terms of gold the nation
of and Bible read- lessly not the development of
position prayer free from any threat of drove his mother over a federal Later released, he has been there because he wrote President was engulfed in a "bank hoi-
atomic missiles and "
school children. spaceexploration iday. All the banks In the
Jng on aid Kennedy asking his In-
highway to the Hill-
government-dictated theology And but deStalinl- denied a Job but, supportedby
burton hospital largely paid the earnings of tervention to save Rus al 1 a. country were closed for ten
ration: The curbing of Asiatic meager
:: In the New York case an "official"prayer although Sen. Goldwater did not say for with federal aid. absolutism untrammeled his wife and daughter, continues Zhenya Diamant a talented days after Roosevelt's inaugu

had been recommended'' for jo, there still remain the home and secret police and massive to write and when violinist, is sequestered after ration. The "New York

: recitation by pupils and teachers at the church as the great basic, citadelsor !"NOW. MY POINT was that concentration camps. In Soviet possible smuggle out his It Is rumored that he wished said Times"in an on editorial July :U, 1934,
to in
following a
Italy
if this had been 'the good work. stay
: rthe start of each school day.. The: religious teaching.: I old days,' there wouldn't terms Khrushchev was concert tour. "The change for the better
liberal
When he unseated
opponents In the last half
The material conditions of of 1932 Is beyond -
have been a hospital, and this -with the exception) THE LATEST bootleggedmanu.eript
small renter's father and Is call Ward Seven are not too bad. dispute. .That this evIdence -
-
I t t The Jenkins Issue of Berla and his chief henchmen of revival of
Although patients are always confi-
mother would have been In -they were deprived of ed "Ward Number Sev dence was
suddenly reversed
under the survellsae
the county poor house. You not of life. en." a sardonic reference to
: :., What a sad commentary on Amer. cation/ that Jenkins ever leaked-.or remember those county poorhouses power But while Khrushchev released Chekhov's famous tale "Ward of orderlies, mines In April 193J Is equally true."

I : Jlcan: politics it would be if this year's was threatened by anyone who want ? They were mighty millions of, Stalin's Six." Tarsis writes a thinly and physicians, they, ington This very Post"week ta the editorialanalyzing "Wash

..presidential election were to be de. ed' him to leak-any of. the national bad. Today you hardly ever political prisoners and restored disguised sketch on life In a are fed clothed exercised the Hoover en
and receive both visitors and administration
Welded on the basil of "the Jenkins security Information to which he hear of them. I found myself judicial procedure to a Soviet mental hospital filled their I said:
pensions. They spend
thinking that all of UI. considerable degree ute process with political dissidents.
: "affair.' .
: had,access.. especially people ta the rural was Incomplete. When His hero Is the obviously time endlessly strolling the
"MR. HOOVER
counties, would be a tot he himself was ousted the autobiographical Valentin Almazov length of a corridor called always Insisted

Properly, Walter Jenkins behavior Finally, all the evidence to date worse off H It were not for UJS.R. was still far from a s philosophical writer "The Avenue of the Insane" that the bottom of the
depression was reached
from federal help In our lives. Idon't free who concludes that communism and they can even as "Men In
passes being a tragic personal supports the conclusion that Mr.. society what June or July 1932 same
tal they
patients
differs little from fascism. say

I affair to being a matter of public Johnson did not know of his aide's quite understand people like All they lack Is freedom months before his sweeping,
who heated KHRUSHCHEV Abnszoy sent a manuscript .
concern only (1) if the of are so up was puzzled defeat and there is abundance
; discovery weakness and therefore was not guilty about what they can socialIsm about what to do with the Intellectual abroad. The secret police an

"his irregular' behavior indicates a it putting into a sensitive positionand and who quote SenatorGoldw.ter opposition encouraged discover this and threat of data to support that
view. The .
wider degree of such behavior in thus'exposing to blackmail about how the government by the relative liberty ened him with Imprisonmentunless WHEN CONTEMPLATINGthis in panic which follow.ed

". White House circles; (2) if it la a man particularly vulnerable to such Is taking away our be allowed. To Ms bewilderment the book Is returned.He strange book one cannot March related 1931 was undoubtedly -
to the
r- freedom." he found writes Khrushchev requesting but wonder if in any way the long
found that because liberty
of this weakness
pressure. system that Invented "Ward period of uncertainty betweenthe
A letter from Meriwether difficult to ration. He conducted permission to leave
he has been coerced into election
a betrayal and the
m arrested and Number Seven" under Inauguration
the Is
battle with country
County said a running
if security natters; (8) if President From the evidence thus far produced Georgia, "I writers who felt sufficiently placed In an insane asylum. Khrushchev as a half way and to PresidentelectRoosevelt's
was a young girl just barely
,= Johnson has known of Jenkins There he finds none of the house to prison might now be refusal to cooperate -
:we do not think the Jenkins In my teens when they turn- revitalized by his reforms to with the defeated admin-
weakness for tome time and despite fight for tolillreedom.Xllruahchev inmates In the least deranged. affecting Khrushchev himself.
ed but
the lights I can
on istratlon
has Johnson in in
case involved Lyndon disgrace taking
struck back The ward Is peopled with In Stalin's day political emergency -
this knowledge kept him on in a position still remember the excite by measures.
ttnt such a way as justifies its being considered of boldest various categories: Attempted terminated in torture
the
of in which he could be ment of It There had been a restraining some "In
trust suicides those who wishedto cells, execution cellars or Siberian part therefore, Mr. Hoover .
V the target of blackmail attempts. a valid issue in the presidential .lot of planning.. We had of these spirlts-not concentration In escape the, Soviet paradise barbed-wire enclaves. was the victim of circumstances -
prisons or
campaign. What plainly is justified watched the poles go up and but In mental homes the "Americans." those who Khrushchev to his enduring over which he had
the wire strung. It too k camps
no control. Even If he
There is no evidence to support any however some tightening up months.THEN. and sanatorium The latest had sought contact with foreign credit, virtually did away had the had.
flexibility and
with all that. Of his adversaries disposition
to diplomats and finally the
confirmation of this effort
Inference of the sort of misbehavior
of
security procedures in the Secret broad which simply rejected Malenkov received a to propose the New
in White House circles suggested in Service (and some better record- .. ONE DAY they from fetter Russian thought smuggled comes group Soviet society. minor job, Sheplov became a Deal in 1931 or 1932 It Is
a manuscript
r( ((1) above. keeping by Washington D. C., police got to our house. You talk from the Soviet Union and teacher Molotov K 'Ia n o)- probable that It would not
kids excited. "
about
As to> (2), there is thus far no indi ). being available here. AMONG THEM Is a youthful vitch and Zhukov were re have been enacted
? J They wired 'our house. _The The author la Valery Tar- ,history professor. Niko tired. But Tarsis and ether There are many lessons to

lights were nothing fancy- Sis, a N year old Ukrainian I- lai Morenyl who/ crtUets e d artists who thought liberty be learned from a study of
POTOMAC FEVERBY just a drop cord in the middle who has written original -' the regime at private. meetings must logically be shoot u t e what has been called "The
of the room, except ta the Great "
works and translated with students. Two students wound up In Ward Seven. Depression. Despiteall
living room. There were two attempt suicide andeventually Could Khrushchev himself be the glowing tributes to the
JACK Western langu
WILSON. Cowl. Washington Bureau outlets so my mother could many from wind In Ward there today "New Deal," the fact remains
.. In 1X2 he was com- up
'1'he morality film, "Choice." sponsored by Mothers for Moral America was have another light 'to sow a, ; that It did not solve Amer-

cancelled, but it's not a total loss. It should be great for D.A.R. smokers. by.' We bad a big speakingand ica's economic! pro blems
program and then the I

Goldwater personally ordered withdrawal of the Mothers' moral. movie.. hour came-the lights were 1I I THE UNEMPLOYMENTfigures

_Maybe it'. a trend. Next week he'll withdraw Bill Miller. turned on. All along the country Voice of the People' continued between 5.-

roads the REA lights [ ,I 000000 and 9.000.000 until or-

The manager of the Johnson station Austin denies GOP charges that came on. There ,was never I den for goods came from the

,he wouldn't run Barry's commercials. He says. they'll be shown on a "delayed such a time I sure wouldn't I q ; Western European countries
.basis." Translation Nov. 4. care to go back to kerosene On The Sun's Opinion Page* -- after the outbreak of World

lamps. and lanterns. War 0 and gave America an

'Lincoln Neb.. schools ban Little Slack Sambo. They claim It endangers.the' "1 was too young to know C.lnl- eel .__... it SM ...... tit *.| ._ ta Me Vdct .( Ik* 'Mele (.!.... LeItett economic stimulus. There
American eel toM 11M wtiNf's (Mm*, tfanwf will t* wfcktoM II ,,........ A Mtw tlwvUM were stilt 1.120,009
advertising business rart to WM4 persons
by encouraging disrespect for all about It then. But I
tigers.The ss
.....
.. M4 100 ...* red .... to wttttn ee Mtv see eWe d It* r.n>. totiv crnuM to Tile unemployed In 1940 but this
-- grew up I learned.' If the SM rnwvw H* r*.M M "lee' M. tsetse M M ........II. with*** .(MM<.. the wn/ i't MMiitaf W ,
space agency says scientist-astronauts must be under six feet. Would government hadn't c e m e Ie..e1. figure was cut down to less

not it be simpler to get those, automobile designers out of the space ship business along with the REA coops under local authorities or, nothing to do with the race than 700,009 during. the war
? ? the private companies could- Better in Cradle Issue more than fear years and only began climbIng -
perhaps, the problem can be any my back up again after thewar
: .'t possibly have paid out .
of LBJ and Yak Yak
r,Jt.. nice when both sides arr--; ;;;; issue 'hi the campaign that no the money to bring lights to I Than BattlefieldEDITOR alleviated on the national' level rey is so great because Humph ef was ever.Herbert '

body knows:what to do In South Viet Nam except the Commie the farms. just as polio was abolish their views of the matter. Hoover bid the

W "In no time my daddy had Sun: Compromisewith ed. foundation for much of the '

New in for Birds a pump ta the well and my godless communism has In armed might lies However it seems that vp subsequent that.legislation In by recognizlng .
Purge
Washington mother was wanting running sapped American strength.I here a southern t'llnd Cold- an emergency
strength and international sticker brand the federal government has
.... water in the house. People refer to the nuclear test water one asa
Ml MM vela TMWASHINGTONThere'i : sre expected to watch the president!, said bought bathrooms, washIng ben which makes it virtual equilibrium. One per cent casualties racist of sort and it seems to Intervene.' He set up the

go parade. "No harm will come to the machines, and /lots of other Impossible to refine our In the cradle Is better to be gaming as much approval reconstruction finance Corporation

leg to be a bird purge along The company that got'thebird birds routed by this project. things to go with the greatest weapon of destruction. than SO per cent on the bat ss disapproval-perhaps Al to first make he bens tried to to handle busIness. .
more.
Pennsylvania Avenue.Washington's chasing contract says The compound has en odor, lights. I was old enough to tlefield. the relief problem entire

starlings are Its crews use a gooey substance which while Imperceptible to Iron and I still remember Surely this was a covenant It seems a shame net the I ly through state and local
going to get 110,000 hotfoot that gives birds "a humans Is offensive to birds. how beautiful I thought that made In hell for the purposeof We must support Sen. Gold- Yankee KKK (Kennedy.Ktag- and by federal operations -

aimed at keeping the birds mild hotfoot." Once Ills applied Birds find It unpleasant un first electric: !lens was. destroying America sinceIt water In his crusade like KORE) have so bungled the 1 for public sporoPrioOons -
But.
away from the sveue during according to the company derfoot" .permits our enemies (witness the prophets of old to strike matter of Civil Rights by trying unfortunately tbll'works.

the Inaugural parade In Jan birds should avoid the Almost 100 trees from the "I TELL YOU we didn't -Red China) to grasp down the Iniquitous with to use it as leverage of I did! lOt get going program quickly

uary. site for at least a year. capital to the White House lose any freedom. We were nuclear initiative from us atomic hellfire upon provocation. of votes. The program baa enough though ta the closing.

About one million persons Joseph H. Fink, company will be treated. rescued from darkness and the rightful owners. been left to the worst elements year of his administration i

M kerosene lamps by the federal Sen. Barry Goldwater pro SPARTACUSGoldwateritc of our population-the more than 8 billion were

government's Interest and pounds the doctrine of nuclear opportunist politican, the op- mode available by Congress

MAY. I SUGGEST THAT YOU WIPE THAT SILLY GRIN help and I,won't forget it." testing. "We must not porttnM Negro seeking a tor these ........
These two litters are som- he pelts tot power and the pithkmetie
abandon nuclear testing
OFF YOU FACE AND LOOK BEHIND YOUf't fringe who ore the In.witttag
plea of commentA THE BtGGKsT
declared In his book Why Not 'Racist'EDITOR unsolved
good question to ask Not Victory? ta MS. He repeated > tools. el the CboamKM prtIbIeIa oft* depress. ta

those who criticize\ the many his view ea NBC Meet Sun While plan Sadly these tactade tile "JIeor DIal" yearsIndsoh.
: parked
federal aida. that have earfch- the Press last Jsmry. and some ef ear potentially !letfa'cIJII.I. ndIed, 1& ,.... ....,'
ta due. of the U. S. A.Scottsbtaff. .
part COQCtfC
professors
ed American He and worked again ta Saa Fraadsce .ta I rftewteJbMfaestaewpres.Ml .
h in portaenhip with tie private t February aad agata> ta Us ( Neb.) which has aad students.Perhaps I eceeanfe ...:"-na
ben vocal Ova M Is eel too late J|lob creaim. n
sector (ee ta eheWetty April pesftiM paper. es on Rights was asoentittasttag
to take burdens off the backs Sen. CoUwater's enemiessay .e mas who !had given my hr a reel white as4 black I III tilt 1931'. thate.er>eseateoldd
Goldwater stickers the "once .eedersMd- go* Ms b.dt aet mate
of people II: Which
Jobs
agency nuclear testing can lead :amI ef Bvtag tag.tier ta harp 'I II
ever" end saM If nge mewse
came ever
wouM tint eUmtaator Social art artist
( Security yen ? OM to nuclear war but ala Is -YM know we doolba* Nit I I I mast'.latis maatioa ...aicet'A el I "made ...." The stim.ljr .
age pensions sheer specuUttoa.Ssei. :..... till ..... a ... ,.. .
? UBenpbymeal tasur- germ (Us I word) any mere .''A .. ." .fl leads
GoUvater's eaejnlae .
... psMt 1'IIadIaI..... made I.. IIIIaIatec( .
fee .
Fm
outing
once? RCA ce ops? AM to or- yoer ,
nuclear leads toefonaMtaa J
Jt 1 testing
say taeodue aid a d.them Mr. ,,
tiI dependent children the bltod j jind I. el the Mwfterabecome WIJ., Bornr wQ ISM be
= .W .... rem I".. abend as
crippled? Hospitals? 1 ef folkac. but mfe ta I woe sesBcwhef ...w' > d tM .. dpi. sal. aIwrt .... 'tariM-a best a net tavMta

.w. Highways? I man (art debatable) price sad wondered what had tit alonelh' Srut see emr. I Erwet .. ... .sad
a .
Which shall be ana Ie.. I>ta pay tor preparedness. Cart, peed lilt remark because HQf .-*sat .... : 3 : ,' Me be eo .
I cutoff? if the defamed CM be pet' asl.krileo lit CiJewssst hit f....aetllllr. w: fI111R111s11. t steyagaaostbeavyedfc.......

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1oeal Legislators Favor

NOTICE
Sears

jjRevision of Apportionment p Fr Itntr .nt tnHi "Shel kf Plwn." Se"'ce.Se. .
: ... HM ''''f.II,. NIW
Days CATALOG SHOPPING SERVICEiimktr.
t, By JEAN CARVER;
,j Son Staff Writer ONE 'h.". I* POT ,..,. TrmkU FnShowiftf. .
/JiAnhough Alachua County I AMENDMENT I A Sale As Great A. Its Namet C.II'.. (a...,,,,... jut .

sUnds to lose one member- PHONE 37 .14jl
raw Rep Osee Fagan-of its thrw- p o sad reapportionment has balance between urban and
v man legislative delegation the come from the large urban:!rural areas for representation
I reapportionment amendment on Tne Miami Her that they could come up with.

,m next blessing Tuesday's of the local ballot legislators.has the old newspapers The St.-Petersburg Times The amendment proposed provides reapportionment for- Big TV I I(23in
and The Tampa Tribune-have laonsole
.4 ,.Members of the local delegation the creation of 42 senatorial distracts
1 say the 43-scnator and 112- objected to the amendment I I by geographical and pop
s representative apportionment,editorially. ulation standards.. The most ( i diagonal, 282-tq. in.
.. plan approved by the 1963! legislature -I A group of mayors from populous county would have
r'ff is a good solution to a around the state including Miami -two senators. Regular 169.95
Vsl,mal-apportioned Florida leg Mayor Robert King High Each of the 67 counties would
":1 illature.t and St. Petersburg Mayor have at least one representative -
3
Herman Goldner launched a with the other 45 represen- .w'ltal.- ... .-. R.1 fi'> oyt DAYS ONLY!
Rep. Ralph Turlington was
t' strong program for defeatingthe tatives from
coming larger
: instrumental In drafting the
'ji reapportionment amend- counties In proportion to their
"

,%' reapportionment The reapportionment plan. amend- ment.Legislators who worked on the population.Reapportionment would be 158

(,,H ment is the first of 13 on the apportionment revision said mandatory In 1971 and every 10
.?%,' top of the No. 3 ballot the member House and 43- years following under the i
,',' v Major opposition to the pro- member Senate was the best amendment.
+''r NO TRADE-IN REQUIRED

Should + All-channel tuner lets you receive
Florida Use b
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Tinted picture' tube give you glare

Fund ? <. t' free viewing5inch
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By CUT CORMIER o Get crisper, more natural looking pictures .
Sun Education Writer I all channels In
I AMENDMENT FOURly on your area.
It's not just the principal but == static-free FM sound.
[the principle they object to. Speaker gives
a That piece of equivocation Metal cabinet has attractive grained
nearly sums up the feeling of earns less In interest than Other revenues making u p mahogany finish.
most educators concerning Constitutional the cost of borrowing a like the fund are derived from donations j
Amendment No. 4 on amount for capital outlay proj-] to the state when the
the November 3 ballot. ects. Use of the principal II purpose is not specified, appropriation
In the proposed change to the justified they say in view of; by the state proceeds
'" Florida Constitution, Florida the state's urgent building of escheated property o r
9 voters are being asked to allow needs. forfeitures and 25 per cent of
I the state to spend the principal Opposition to the proposed sales of public lands owned by

...*P. ,, of the the present State wording School Fund.of the Under Con- grounds.amendment That is mainly is because on moral the I the Although state. one argument given \RS\\44R4g4\ \\mmmmsw R\\R\S\ \\ 4\\\ S\\ \\\\\ \

stitution the principal of the bulk of the School Fund was by those who would liquidate '- 9O-D.\\ FREE: SERllCE g::
f State School Fund "shall remain 'derived from the donation o I f the fund Is that It Is Inslgnifi- g: 1-YearTub and Parti Guarantee
''I* sacred and Inviolate." ,lands to the states by the feder- cant in size Its total value Is Frethom'aerYlc.onu1Si1vertone1tI I-_.
Only the interest from the In- government for use in supporting estimated at about 125 million. r coneot* it any part proves d*> :Ix-
vested funds may be used t e public schools. As of June of this year investments jx 85; replacement within if 90 any day tube of asIa.1M.or part.pals.f Z gi..i
help support public schools, but The Northwest Ordinance of of the fund totaled $18; r-- eJob55bSb55bS5b55b5bSb within 1 year ofS -w.
those who favor abolishing the 1787 provided that when each 760980, with a net yearly yieldof *; ee00 day., service mire
prohibition say the interest new state was admitted to the 547113.
O S
O O 555b55555}
doesn't amount to much any Union the 16th section of each In addition to investments, Sb .f d ,
township of federal land wouldbe there are 11,175 acres of land LAY-A-WAY'NOW FOR CHRISTMAS t
way.Proceeds
from the earmarked for public
liquidated valued at about $100 an acre.
school fund would be spent o n schools. Heading the opposition of ( f
capital outlay needs of the state Although there has been along Amendment Four is the Florida :
."114 universities, junior colleges. and history of misuse of the Education Association on the New Silverrone
't.455 schools. 16th Section funds as they ;
; public grounds that the fund was origInally riFi '
): Proponents of Amendment 4 were called states are still respecting Intended only for the use SOhd-state
:I s say Investment of the principal the original agreement of the common schools.
Is limited and the money actual- tl o maintain the fund. I Phonographs
Also the FEA says, suppose 'iii Stereo Phono
"iI; there should be an oil strike on k seers 4-Spcakcr
!mme of the 81,000 acres o f 'rlce 48 ,
CITRUS OUTPUT J with FM Stereo FM-AM
School Fund land. A few wells ,
pumping night and day could Excellent value! Four
l'EXPECTED TO'RISE make the fund Into the financial speed automatic record .
fountain Its founders hoped 8-Traniisfor AM .
changer Transistorized Rainier MMS "

l"'1i1'| WASHINGTON (Ap-Tl) Ag. fresh fruits may match the 1963- for.Dr.. R. L. Johns, professor of Portable' Radio for longer 'life 4-ipete) men! *.Hoitfer 138
Olriculture said tads r 64 volume and some gain maybe plays without
Department ]) 12"
( education at the University of It.$. ".9S .
IM Increase In productloiWtf I recorded In tree nut exports worm up. 45 rpm
a sharp Florida and head of the Administration left
Balance sound to ( bast-treble and
right
! or ,
.j citrus fruits Is in prospect foi. mainly because of the large 1964 and Field Services Department law -'like, design,, Accurate adapter.5J,4 In. l loudness Play/ all 4 speeds automatically.vary Drift' free.peak.
.V4U964-6J, due largely to rapid re almond crop. said he is the vemlef+ tuning 2U +n. speaker. W h ble
and I The summary discussing citrus against .,. Earphone and bot- a i a FM-AM reception Receive FM stereo itereophon-)
I *ioovery of trees In Florida fruits said the crop of''amendment. airy. case. colly./ Monogony finished hordboord. "
. 't. texas from freezes In 1962. early mid-season and navel or- "The fund was set aside for
,tI fyt: predicted that the Increase;\,anges is forecast at eo.' million I I'I he common schools and I'm '
,, will mean greater supplies 01| |boxes up 37 per cent from the >pposed to dissipating It b y YOUR CHOICE! Reg. 169.95
universities and junior
I naking>
I
and
y.A. .btzlll' orange concentrate 196344 crop. Is 4=olleges eligible" he aald. SAVE 14.95ZIGZAG
Florida orange production
items.
I&fiber!Production processed of other fruits thpeartment expected to be 83.6 million boxes "Besides, we have a the moral fund Harmony House Sofas
to
w up 43 per cent and the grapefruit 4 bligation preserve
sail not match I with It woulde
may production Including California I nd doing away
: ,the record 1964 crop', Is expected to be 40,1 million I a poor example to set for
,I ;; benefited from generally; boxes up 25 per cent_ +ur young people." ; w .N ea

\111965 weather. SVOARSUPPUES
!
'" ENERGY
; now until mid19651 ,

.. \1 said !In a sum
f MTy of the fruit situation "toj -
t5| supplies of processed non-
t f ettus fruits are expected to btv

Sch larger than a year earlierJflKtmued .
>' strong consumer det -

8 t:" for fresh and processed

*;'flNlt' is In prospect"
".,/f"'e summary Slid exports oltaBi
fresh and processed fruits
) expected to be moderately
t'Irger In the 1MM5 season than
:4m ago with most of thefrita NO
l In processed fruits. It saidt"e
and fruit cock ''
n ed l peaches MONEYDOWN
*> _leading export Items-are .
Jli' record supply.
"A s also reported that export of

WINTER WILL SOON 1C HER! Kenmore Automatic
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Don't chance o heater that
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I ILW1ASSEE (APThe'HEATERS Provincial or Colonial '

flanda' Public Utilities Commlsjn :

\,f will view a firms film soon distributed to de- Regular tiP 88
utility $
'ftjjpfwo I I 102.95 .
it has political over- CLEANED 159

I :3 DAYS ONLY!

".iIf"The Welfare State," Call now before the first ONLY Portable' COM INCLUDED ,

as distributed by Flor- cold snap to ovoid fighting N. Dews ..,...... .. Seers Uiy Payment FU* '
Corp. of St Peters- o balky heater when the
Tampa Electric Co>> temperature tumbles and $ C25 4f Mends doors sews Zig-Zog. straight stitch :
Mellow maple finish exposed wood. Tweed covers in choiceof
servicemen are swamped 0) Buttonholer adjusts| to any type material e. ,
quit when Democrats with emergency calls. Sewing light banishes shadows as you MW of colors. Solid foam reversible cushions.Shtch :
Utility firms are pro- .
0) length control for oil your sewing
from making campaign CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE Handy imprinted team guide for cone, sewingKenmore b, Beautiful matelosse material expensive looking. Solid,
I1S. HEATER CLEANED .... 1% !.... TL .. foam cushions, with tufted back Fruit wood finish exposed
Sewing. MachinesStort wood. '
Market ..* ..*<. GeeI &
< A* Uw As ,$39
ONVILLE (AP)- The USED HEATERS 20SPfCIAL 't Matching French Provincial/ or Coloniel Choirs' . 79. 5
Florida Egg Market
a retailer PKICIS NOW ON NIW HIATUS :

large *M mostly O.; Central He.Hn Oil FuriMCM $730 :.
17. mostly 41. medium at Sean and Safe 'f te. Mal. TORT Houtuithf.di ;
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I =His Paper Folded, Rightest Still HeardBy MoY ; I-1.



EMMETT PETER,JR. t s Deatherage. Deatherage Is a 72- peatedly called the Kennedy titled "The Carpetbag Com
Special to the Sun year old construction engineer "Nigracrat" Party. missars." The Democrats h e
LEESBURG Among Flori 'Putnam Countian Once from' St. Albans, W. Va., who The press at 114 Lemon told an applauding audience, Just tell need us to how pay much old c.V.r.. M"Mlr 24 car YMaOAPr 24 I I
da's spokesmen for the Fa r became associate editor and Street Palatka Is Idle nowa were leading American down t11l8. for home Improvements Roc.." PnMS e.cuPgm.nb.
Right, none exceeds Tyler columnist for Kent's paper. It days. The Sun's financial failure the path to a totalitarian police ear reI1af.00 J1100 42800 $25.00 1
Gatewood Kent In elegance and Jailed for Espionagery was Deatherage who in 1938, was blamed by Kent, In his state. Goldwater and Miller, he pairs, for all your 26900 Heal 537.00 31.00
personal charm. At 53, Kent Is founded the American Nation- final Issue, on local bankers added, would reverse this trend seasonal Phone for expenses.prompt, 33800 20.00 60000 3439r.yminu ;
a trim mannered Virginianwho alist Confederation, a g r o up and businessmen who feared and rid the federal service of courteous service. Includt intirnt in'"Iocl+ 4.,i.
came to Florida from which had the burning swastikaas "the truth" and withheld ad Communists pinks and othersof 11m
Maryland and In 1960 bought a of an Old South city that Is bassy to his London apartmen its official symbol. Deather- vertising.But doubtful loyalty. He compared
weekly paper In Palatka accustomed to a more civil,But he said he did it so that he age also was author of numerous Kent today has a new Democrats with commissarsof it .,
tone. A housewife with an acute could study them: more close- articles one of which "Will forum. It is the speaker's plat- Soviet Russia and warned 'I
For 15 months and seven days sense of paradox came home'ly and confirm his suspiclo n American Be Jewry's Waterloo 'form. Kent has become a that because of the "Negro and ,
thereafter until the Putnam from an errand to the Sun office that President Franklin D. ?," appeared in the English- spokesman for modern Republicanism orient dominated UN," the 11
County Sun folded on April 12, Roosevelt was committing treasonous of Dr. the door '
and asked her husband, language magazine and Is being honoredby barbarians were at
FINANCE SERVICI, INC.
1962-Kent brought his readersa "How come Mr. Kent talks so crimes by connivingwith Goebbels Nazi propaganda at least some GOP organizations step of Western civilization I
remarkablefare I nice and writes so mean?" Winston Churchill to. minister. In Florida. In Leesburglast which he concluded Is likelyto I of Gainesville
of old. plunge the US. Into the European In the Putnam Sun, however, Thursday Kent addressed fall without strong leadership 204 S. E. First Street . . .. .FR 6-4661 !
time 1 y fundamental j Jt was a good question. Kent war. the Jews rarely were mentioned. members and guests of the! Such leadership, Kent advised :
religion has the courtly manner of a Once he got the papers In order Kent and Deatherage Instead Lake County Republican W o- could be expected from
white su x Southern aristocrat and the tailored Kent said he thought of concentrated their fire on man's Club in the banquetroom Senator Goldwater and Congressman 'I
Sun Want Results
Ads Get
anti- look of retired I
a diplomat.In
premacy < showing them to certain senators the uppity Negro and his satanic of the Trade Winds Cafe- Miller the Republican ,
a manner of speaking, he la '
intcllectuallsmand and congressmen and t o ties with what Kent r. teria. His luncheon talk was en- nominees.
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tales of both these things. Kent earned
high treason so I his Princeton degree in 1931, the press. I ;
dramatic that w [with honors, and went on to do Nor did Kent deny discussing 1
older residents graduate work at the University the documents with a friend of "
must have of Madrid and the Sorbonne his, Captain Archibald H. M. / s1 A WORLD'S FAIR
hailed the return of the Penny In France: He is the son of a ,Ramsay a Scot member ''' .
Dreadful novel. career diplomat, and speaks'ot Parliament. Captain Ramsay 1JIift 90th OF VALUES I
several languages fluent 1 y later was Jailed in England for ..._ i
Kent pleaded editorially for Kent reckons among his forebears pro-Nazi activities along with
return of the robed riders l David Crockett and President -Anna Wolkoff a White Russian \
("Klan Needed In South Tyler and his grandfather woman also an acquaintance
Again"). He lauded the patriotism served In the Jefferson Davie who had visited Kent at his
of General Walker and of I cabinet as Treasurer of the ipartment. Both Kent' and e + eLAST \
the John Birch Society The,Confederacy. Ramsay were enrolled In the 1Jipti
Sun rejoiced over the burningof .
"
"RIght Club an organizatl o n
I ,
a freedom rider bus by van- Floridians learned some further fpeace
with the stated objective o
of the biography In 1961 whenthe
dals and printed a photo and with Nazi
friendship
charred smoking wreckage un- Washington (D.C.) Post \
der the caption "They've Got and three Florida papers printed 'Germany I t\ ,
Guts In Alabam' ". accounts of Kent's five-year At the trial the British judge '
residence In British prisons after recognized that Kent's pilfer- 3 DAYS! i
American culture, Kent reported -
his 1940 conviction of Illegally age was not the work of a spy
had been depraved by removing secret documentsfrom did not relate to military movements .
State Department sponsorshipof the U. S. Embassy in lon- and did not involve
a foreign tour by the "blub--don, where he served as a code Kent's transmission of Intell i- LADIES DRESSES, ORIG- 8.98-12.98 .w MINK
ber lipped thick noted low clerk under Ambassador J o gence to Germany. Kent has ANNIVERSARY
browed kinky-haired horn toot- seph P, Kennedy. questioned the validity of BritIsh SALE 7.99 ;
er Armstrong .". A conspiracy STOLES
and in this he ''n
Jurisdiction
between anti-Christ Jews Kent countered by calling the has a point. The pilfered documents LADIES DRESSES ORIG. 14.99-19.99
Court to reporters and the ,
and the U.S. Supreme papers
deprive school children of religion "smear masters," and Insisted Roosevelt, most and of Churchill them between presumably ANNIVERSARY SALE 12.99 the giftsupreme
that his trial before the British
Kent
was also reported by ; belonged to the U, S. '
but, then, such heathen goingson jury| had been a "kangaroo
and Kent's crime if would LADIES EVENING DRESSES
in Washington weren't unexpected court". He added: "T. G. Kent any ,
with readers already was morally right in his posI- seem to have been against REG. 329942.99, SALE 19.99 (
briefed on Chief Justice War- tion and history when viewed American security. I r PUT ONE ;
realistically has it." Be that as It may Kent spent
ren's 100 per cent perfect rec- proven t
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ord of following the Marxist the war years in various Brilr I $
It history took that position, '
line." Ish prisons, and came home I In .
revolutionary the jurors of 24 yean ago wrote 1945 to marry a well-to-do widow "LAMPLDRESSES, ORIG. 10.99-14.99 i WILSON'S I
A paper which warned seriously a minority dissent They found Clara Hunter Hyatt. They ANNIVERSARY SALE 7.99 '
of cannibal influences In Kent guilty and on November 7, armed a while In Maryland, ; ;, LAY-AWAY
the U. N. surely would pass fora 1940, while London was being went abroad In their yacht and r OR USE
parody. But Kent and his pulverized by the massive finally became Floridians in Dress Shop2""FloorSportswear i
staff weren't Joking, and the bombings of the Luftwaffe, Justice -,the 1950's. They settled In Sat YOURCBA.
Sun was not laughed off the Sir Frederick James Tucker suma a Palatka suburb on the r *,e 1

stands or out of the malls. Instead presiding over the Central St. Johns River. i.
It became national In Criminal Court at the Old r
scope with. readers In at least Bailey, sentenced the dismissedU. Kent lost no time In becoming LADIES "LAMPL" OUR OWN BRAND (WITH UP I
involved in state, $
37 states. S. code clerk to seven yearsIn passionately "NAN NOBLE" T010MON I IY
prison. Southern and national right- SWEATERS TO PAY!)
The furor caused by Kent and wing causes. He worked close-
his staff was disturbing, but Kent conceded his taking of ly with his friend confidanteand DISC. STYLES 34.40 WOOL CAP IS REG. 279.00
mostly puzzling, to the citizen- the documents from the Em- neighbor George Edward : r I
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DISC. STYLES OF EVELYN PEARSON & OTHER VERY BRIEFS, Reg. 49c . SALE 3/1.15

FAMOUS MAKES., FLEECE, NYLON/TRICOT QUILTS, T-SHIRTS, Reg. 59c . .. SALE 2/94e
TERRY COTTONS & COTTON
Idle PressThis QUILTS. TODDLER & LITTLE BOYS'

OFF 'REGULAR PRICES CARDIGAN & PULL-ON SWEATERS

office at 114 Lemon St.. Palatka, was Tyler Kent'a base of operationswhen Reg 3.99. SALE 2.99
he published the weekly Putnam County Sun. ; ;;::; i
Must ,OVER 500 NYLON TRICOT UNDIES Little Boys7 Shopst"Fl..r

AutomaticallyRetire SLIPS, GOWNS, ROBE SETS, PAJAMAS, PETTI PANTS
AND HALF SLIPS BY ARTEMIS SCHRANK & OTHER t

VERY FAMOUS BRANDS.. DISC. STYLES COLORS &
Retire at 70? GET SEVERAL FOR GIFTS!
SAMPLES.
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The
District Court of Appeal has declined -' I TO i OFF "MELE" JEWEL i
to rule on whether a
Judge must retire automaticallywhen I LAST 3 DAYS BOXES'

he reaches 70 years ol I "NAN NOBLE" NYLON TRICOT
ages. ONCEAYEARd> REG. 4.98 :
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case in which attorney Charles I to SALE 3.99 :
Booth challenged the Jurisdiction SALE 79c
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of Volusla County Judge, SAVINGS : i
John S. Bylnfton In an estate ,,4 Floor
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that Bymgton overstepped his t I
Jurisdiction In the case and aim t
that the Judge had to retire because EVENTI FAMOUS NAME '
he became 70 years old I :
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last year. I REVLON'S"AQUAMARINE"
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,
said the judge had not BRAS & GIRDLES :

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court question to rule and on U specifically the retirement! refused Reg. 1.50 styles Now 1.28 pair SALESMAN'S SAMPLES AND I

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Randall LOUISVILLE D. Thomas Ky.of(AP Louisville ) -- Reg. 1.75 styles Now 1.50 pair : JANTZEN, GOSSARD, WARNER REG. 2.25 I

received the Airman of Reg. 1.95 Now 1.66 AND OTHER FAMOUS BRANDS
the Month award in his unit I styles pair SALE 1.10
at the McDIH Air Force Baseat
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Uiiije|. Fund. Helps USO I Kiwanis Club Elects New OfficersCounty .1

Entertain Homesick GI's, '
r ftaa Tax Assessor J. Pierce -etary and treasurer after the by 50 to 13 votes Ten member:5 Rev. Shea said that many of S' AILuGsjp"I
I o.er:2.500,08O"unto: r m.d providing a homelike atmosphere Smith was unanimously electe egular meeting.In 'abstained from voting. Jefferson's fears still hold true
\itoierkani enjoy United ServOrgantabm for soldiers overseas- president of the University Cit a straw vote, Barry Gold.I Kiwanian William E. Shea. today. He quoted Jefferson al SLACK
"e ) (USO) icUviej _- tOurs ; ; eater, Republican candidate for pastor of Highland Presbyteriai n saying the Supreme Court was .
I throu* i the world. sight-seeing and travel accommodations Kiwanis Club yesterday' at I "resident, won over L y n don:Church, spoke on the life o f originally harmless but now it
; housing; mov Primrose Inn liwhron. ihnion, Democratic nominee Thomas Jrffcrson Is !leading to corruption. .
, usa Is as expensive club. Es- les; television; radio; sports. ; & ; ;
mates for JIM operations top and theaters. Smith: wU succeed oat going n.
Jax to Honor ,Arthur Fiedler
he F7t JItIIm president John Hoover.
ChiropodistsTo
I tUrk.:+raot'1l, I I'nJlId I Cape Victim |I Hayes McClelland Universityof ( JACKSONVILLE (APAr sity's Phillips Music and Fine icesweals\ .:
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,ram: : Florida,assistant dean omen Attend MeetDr. thud Fiedler, conductor of the Arts Building Nov. 19. I flour grits $t> ....
tJ CAPE KENNEDY (AP-Wil. Boston Pops Orchestra will be Fiedler will receive an honorary cereals\ +fsbatto drugs---
d was elected ,
vice
\ r Uam G..Pemberton: S4, Titus- presi- Richard Guenther of guest of honor at dedication ceremomes doctorage from the university -
bJef\ villa -**. I. III)! tig:) :;Gainesville records officer of for Jacksonville Univer Nov. 20. Cupboards art Invaded and food Is ruined by imatl Mack ....
oil tdil f !'the propulsion technician was nan board of directors he Florida Asso- :, ., bugs w .eevlls. If left unchecked they Will contaminate
were Chiropractic
|id Ccest/at tty Chest. killed Tuesday,night when his ninny unox -* chosen. --lation will attend the SOU anniversary 5 YEAR CONTINUATION stored fuoduof pests ore extremely difficult to contI..j -
Cab avlJW'a United Fund con- truck overturned near the Gemini convention of the or hut a call to f PC can briny: guaranteed results to .
ibtlted 'VJK last year. If program complex. Those on the/ board elected to ganization, Nov. 4-7, at Cocoa Guaranteed with your new sour/home., I.
nori bad| raced their serve two year terms are Ned Beach. GOLD KEY AUTO POLICY roil INSPECTION' B' ESTIMATES
money Pemberton, an employe of the Cannon, Bill Fleming!, Don Hope t
''ey woatI Have seen it go into The four-day meeting will at. -'LOI'DA'
Martin Co.,was the 16th and Ralph Whittaker. Those ,.,
fatality
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clubs fa 13 countries and tract more than 500 chiropractors
\wnaon I entertaining shows In the 14-year history of the Del elected for one year terms are from all parts of the state.. C.Emory Cross Agency I It liT Phone
Cape. Seven Sterrett. Lee Scruggs Don
. men died this 376-2661
om,Kuala year ONTROL
Dr. M.
Lumpur to Berlin Mason and F. Weaver also of
including Harry George :
three
USO dub fatally burned in Gainesville will head the Mid- I '
activities I include a rocket stage explosion.. I Il"m The board II 1109 N. MAIS:. ST. PHONE 376.4582 a CWIWCM ce :
was to elect a sec-: Florida Society's delegation ,
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By EMMETI' PETER,JR. s. s a ss= e Deatherage. Deatherage Is a 72- peatedly called the Kennedy titled "The Carpetbag Com
Special to the Sun year old construction engineer "Nigracrat" Party. I missars." The Democrats, h e J
LEESBURG -' Among Flori Putnam Countian Once from St. Albans, W. Va, who The press at 114 Lemon' told an applauding audience, Just tell need us to how pay much old CII.v.. 2. C.....k s"b:. I I
da's spokesmen for the Fa r became associate editor and Street, Palatka, is idle were leading American down ells, for home Im- a.+.,,, "ar '" ,_. ", ;I
Right, none exceeds Tyler columnist for Kent's paper. It days. The Sun's financial nowl-I' the path to a totalitarian police prov m.nt$, car re$185.00 $l1.o0 $428.00 $25.00 I I
Catewood Kent In elegance and Jailed for Espionage was Deatherage who, in 1938, ure was blamed by Kent, state. Goldwater and Miller, he pairs, for all your. 269.00 1600 537.00 3100 It
personal charm. At 13, Kent Is founded the American Nationalist final issue, on local added, would reverse this trend seasonal for expenses.Phone prompt, 338.00 20.00 60000 3439 I { \ 1
a trim, mannered Virginianwho Confederation, a g r o up and businessmen who feared I and rid the federal service of courteous service. qtiMntt liKludt, mums in<",,,,,,'. I
came to Florida from which had the burning swastikaas "the truth" and withheld advertising Communists, pinks and othersof j t
Maryland and In 1960 bought a ry of an Old South city that is bassy to his London apartment.But its official symbol. Deatheraga II doubUulloya1ty. He compared LOANS UP TO $600 : i tt
weekly paper in Palatka. accustomed to a more civi he said he did it so that he also was author of numerous But Kent today has a new Democrats with commissarsof .. \
tone. A housewife with an acute 'could study them more closely articles, one of which, "Will forum. It is the speaker's plat 1 Soviet Russia, and warned
For 15 months and seven days sense of paradox came home and confirm his susplclo n American Be Jewry's Water- form. Kent has become a that because of the "Negro and FAM jg I :I
thereafter until the Putnam from an errand to the Sun office that President Franklin D. oo'," appeared In the English- spokesman for modern Repub- orient dominated UN," the t
County Sun folded on April 12, and asked her husband, Roosevelt was committing treasonous language magazine of Dr. licanism, and is being honoredby barbarians were at the door FINANCE SERVICI, INC.
1962-Kent brought his readersa "How come Mr. Kent talks ao crimes by connivingwith Goebbels, Nazi propaganda at least some COP organizations step of Western civilization I I 'I
remarkable 1 I nice and writes so mean?" Winston Churchill to minister. In Florida. In Leesburglast which, he concluded, is likely of Gainesville j I
fare of old. plunge the U.s. into the European In the Putnam Sun, however, Thursday, Kent addressed to fall without strong leader 204 S. E. First Street ... .. .. .FR 6-4661 I '
timely fundamental < It was a good question. Kent war. i
the Jews rarely were mentioned. members and guests of the ship. Such leadership, Kent advised -- --- -- -
ell. i has the courtly manner of I W o- could be expected from 1
Once he got the papers In order Kent and Deatherage In. Lake County Republican
glon, white su- Southern aristocrat and the tailored Kent aaid, he thought of stead concentrated their fire on man's Club in the banquetroom Senator Goldwater and Congressman Sun Want Ads Get Results :
antl- : look of a retired diplomat.In
premacy I- Miller the \
snowing them to certain senatori the uppity Negro and Ms sa- of the Trade Winds Cafe- Republican ;
I a manner of speaking, he Is
Intellectual and congressmen and t o tanic ties with what Kent re- teria. His luncheon talk was en nominees. \
both these Kent earnedhis -
and tales 0 f I things. tf11'hl.IMl1
high treason sol Princeton degree in 1931 the press. J
dramatic that I m molder with honors, and went on to do Nor did Kent deny discussingthe
resIdents graduate work at the University documents with a friend of I, I ,
A .
must have' of Madrid and the Sorbonne :his, Captain Archibald H. M. .: WORLD'S FAIR
hailed the return of the Penny'in France. He Is the son of a Ramsay, a Scot member
Dreadful novel 'career diplomat, and speaks ,of Parliament Captain Ramsay 90th OF VALUES "
several languages fluent 1 y later was jailed in England for t tLAST' !
Kent pleaded editorially for ,Kent reckons among his forebears pro-Nazi activities, along with W
return of the robed riders David Crockett and President Anna Wolkoff I White Russian \
("Klan Needed In South Tyler, and his grandfather woman, also an acquaintance
Again"). He lauded the patriotism served in the Jefferson Davis who had visited Kent at h Iapartment \
of General Walker and of cabinet as Treasurer of the Both Kent' and t
the John Birch Society. The Confederacy. Ramsay were enrolled In the tI I
Sun rejoiced over the burningof Club"
"Right an organization
Floridians learned some further
freedom-rider bus
a by van
with the stated f
objective o
dais and printed a photo of the biography in 1961 when and with Nazi \.
friendship
peace
the Washington (D.C.) Post
charred smoking wreckage un- \
der the caption "They've Got and three Florida papers printed Germany.At \ !
Guts In Alabam' ". accounts of Kent's five-year the trial, the British Judge
residence in British prisons after recognized that Kent's pilferage 3 DAYS! .
American culture, Kent
reported -
his 1940 conviction of Illegally was not the work of a spy,
had been depraved by removing secret documents ,did not relate to military move-
State Department sponsorshipof from the U. S. Embassy in Lon- ments, and did not involve ORIG. 8-9M2-98{
a foreign tour by the "blub--don, where he served as a code Kent's transmission of intelligence I. LADIES DRESSES, MINK
ber lipped, thick. nosed, low clerk under Ambassador J o to Germany. Kent has ANNIVERSARY .
browed, kinky-haired horn looter : SALE 7.99 J
seph P. Kennedy. questioned the validity of Brit-
Armstrong .". A conspiracy STOLES I
and in this he
between anti-Christ Jews Kent countered by calling the :has Ish jurisdiction a point. The pilfered documents LADIES DRESSES ORIG. 149919.99 I ,
and U.S. Court to reporters and the papers ,
the Supreme
deprive school children of religion 'smear masters," and insisted I most and of Churchill them between ANNIVERSARY SALE 12.99 the gift t.l'
I Roosevelt presumably -
was also reported by Kent; that his trial before the British I belonged to the U. S. \
but, then, such heathen goings- Jury had been a "kanp roo
I md Kent's crime, If any, would LADIES EVENING DRESSES "
\
"T. G.
on in Washington weren't unexpected court" He added: Kent i'supreme 1
with readers already was morally right In his position I won to have been against REG. 32.99-42.99, SALE 19.99 *-
briefed on Chief Justice Warren's and history, when viewed American security ; PUT ONE '
"100 per cent perfect record -!realistically, has proven it." Be that as It may Kent spent a4 \
of following the Marxist he: war years In various Brit SPECIAL PURCHASE LADIES"LAMPL" ON
If history took that position, : Trig. 't: :
Ish prisons, and came home In
line.
revolutionary the jurors of 24 years ago wrote I 1945 to marry a well-to-do widow DRESSES, ORIG 109914.99 la v WILSON'SLAYAWAY !jt
A paper which warned seri s minority dissent They found I Clara Hunter Hyatt They; ANNIVERSARY SALE 7.99 I'
ously of cannibal Influences In Kent guilty and on November 7, J armed a while in Maryland, 1 1F
the U. N. surely would pass for 1940, while London was being rent! abroad in their yacht, and OR USE
a parody. But Kent and his pulverized by the massive I finally became Floridians in Dress Shop2"00'Sportswear i
staff weren't joking, and the bombIngs of the Luftwaffe, Justice I the 1950' They settled in Satsuma f.r '- YOURC.BA.
Sun was' not laughed off the Sir Frederick James Tucker I a Palatka suburb on the ,
stands or out of the malls. In- presiding over the Central ,St. Johns River. :'
stead, It became national in Criminal Court at the Old <
scope with readers in at least Bailey, sentenced the dismissed Kent lost no time in becominMsslonately LADIES "LAMPL" OUR OWN BRAND f (WITH UP \ "
37 states.The U. S. code: clerk to seven yearsIn involved in state "NAN NOBLE"DISC. t TO 10 MONTHSTO .
Southern and national
prison. right- SWEATERS PAY!)
furor caused by Kent and wing causes He worked close-
his staff was disturbing but Kent conceded his taking of ly with his friend, confidante WOOL CAP IS REG. 279.00 t ,
STYLES 34-40
mostly puzzling, to the citizen- the documents from the Em- and neighbor, George Edward 0 '
ORIG. 8.99-10.99 REG. 6.99 ANNIVERSARYSALE

SALE 5.99 SALE 5.99 249
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Zn4 Floor ;
Shop_2nd Floor Mink Stoles .
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SNAP-CROTCH CORDUROY

v LADIES FALL CRAWLERS. INFANTS M-L & XL', ';

J s iA FAMOUS MAKE REG. 1,99 t'--- . SALE 1.00 :\
a BUDGET
JI JIi UNIFORMS S INFANT'S PLASTIC LINED tt

DRESSES PANTIES ,AND TOPS. ;

ORIG. 8.98-16.98 M-L-XL ..' tire. ANNIVERSARY SALE 77c ) 'i
REG.
5.99.6.99
TODDLER'S. SIZE 1 TO 4 1 \
SALE 3.99-4.99 SALE 5.99-8.99 KNIT POLOS :
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; REG. 1.59 . . . SALE 1.00Infants.Shop5"100' ?
: : ';
Budget Shop- .

y w 4' & $ ,< t "

ROBES AND DUSTERSDISC. LITTLE BOYS', 2 TO 8 I ;'

BRIEFS, Reg. 49c . . SALE 3/1.15
STYLES OF EVELYN PEARSON 6 OTHER VERY

FAMOUS MAKES. FLEECE NYLON/TRICOT QUILTS, S T-SHIRTS, Reg. 59c . .. SALE 2/94c

Idle PressThis TERRY, COTTONS & COTTON QUILTS. TODDLER fr LITTLE BOYS'

} OFF REGULAR PRICES CARDIGAN fr PULL-ON SWEATERSReg. I

office, at Itt Lemon St., Palatka, wu Tyler Kent's base of operations 3.99 . . .. U99 i
when he puhlUhed the weekly Putnam County Sun. ; i
Sho Strut Flee iI
Mint OVER 500 NYLON TRICOT UNDIES Little Boys' -

JudgeAutomatically SLIPS, GOWNS, ROBE SETS, PAJAMAS, PETTI PANTS I

AND HALF SLIPS BY ARTEMIS, SCHRANK & OTHER

Retire at 70? VERY FAMOUS BRANDS. DISC.. STYLES, COLORS &: GET SEVERAL FOR GIFTS!
SAMPLES.
TALLAHASSEE AP) The
District Court of Appeal has declined "MELE" JEWEL
I TO i OFF
to rule on whether a I
judge must retire LAST 3 DAYS BOXESREG.

when he reaches lutomauullY'1 NYLON TRICOT
"NAN NOBLE"
ages. ONCEAYEARSAVINGS 4.98
The point was at Issue In a I BRIEF PANTIES .
case In which attorney Charles .
SALE 3.99
Booth challenged the jurisdiction REG. 1.00 SALE 79c ,
of Volusla County Judge ((7

,case.John S. Byington in an estate' I {JOB J Lingerie Shop-2"10" Jewelry ShepStreet Fleer ,

He asked the court to rule,
that Byington overstepped his
jurisdiction In the case and also t1l1EVENT l
that the judge had to retire because C VERY FAMOUS NAME .
he became 70 years old,
last year. I REVLON'S"AQUAMARINE" I II
But the district court of appeal I SALE ENDS SAT., OCT. 31st I
said the judge had not ix' BRAS & GIRDLES

ceeded made It his unnecessary jurisdiction.for This the Reg. 1.35 styles Now 1.17 pair

court question to rule and it on specifically the retirement! re I Reg. 1.50 styles Now 1.28 pair SALESMAN'S SAMPLES AND

fused to do ,.. HAND LOTIONREG.

Like Brothers I,, Reg. 1.65 styles Now 1.41 pair I DISCONTINUED STYLES OF FAMOUS


Randall LOUISVILLE D. Thomas Ky.of(AP Louisville ) .-I : Reg. 1,75 styles Now 1.50 pair I JANTZEN, GOSSARD, WARNERAND 2.25

received the Airman of Reg. 1.95 Now OTHER FAMOUS BRANDS
1.66
the Month award In his unit styles pair SALE 1.10
at the McDin Air Force Base
at Tampa. Fla. BELLE SHARMFER SUPPORT HOSIERY, i TO i OFF '
His brother, William recelvcd -, REG. ".9 ,. r "W 3.9S-4.I5

a similar! award at his Fleet FI lee, Sheet FleetI
group in at Japan.the Fuchu Air Station Hosiery ShopStreet FI..IMtI. ShepW vvMNvilCS wiiN -




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Wednesday, October 2d. 1964 Gainesville Sun 7 ...

(United Fund. Helps USO Kiwanis Club Elects New OfficersCounty ..1

t[Entertain Homesick GI's SMA1L$1
Tax Assessor Pierce -etary and treasurer after the by 50 to 13 votes Ten members' Rev. Shea said that many of
v'Over 2,500.000'unformed Smith was unanimously electei egular meeting.In abstained from voting. Jefferson's fears still hold true .. .. Mo.
providing a homelike atmos- Kiwanian William E. S b ea. today. He quoted Jefferson assaying
Americans a straw vote (Barry Gold-
enjoy United Service for president of the University Cit, &UCK
phere
soldiers ,
overseas candidate pastor of Highland Presbyterian the Supreme Court was
rater Republican for .....
ties throughout Organization the(USO) activi. sight-seeing tours and travel ac- Kiwanis Club yesterday ,at I resident, won over L y n don Church spoke on the life of I''originally harmless but now :It .
world. commodations; 'housing: mow Primrose Inn lun"" >n. ihnson. Democratic nominee Thomas Jefferson. Is leading to corruption. : ,. ; 'i
I USO is an expensive club. Es ies: television; radio; sports. ; sUbS _. :\
timates; for 1964 and theaters. Smith win succeed out going Fiedler .. \ '-
operations.top Jnx to Honor Arthur fin .. .l 1..9
;
the $7 million president John Hoover ChiropodistsTo 1
and allthat Cape VictimCAPE I Hayes McClelland. JACKSONVILLE (APAr) sity's Phillips Music and Fine -
Universityof I- meals\
.comes Florida.assistant dean of Attend MeetDr. thug Fiedler, conductor of the Arts Building Nov. 19. -flour grits I kes, ;.
from donations. tJ.lrIark KENNEDY (AP-Wil. Boston Pops Orchestra, will be Fiedler will receive an bon Cerealstobacco\ drugs---
United Fund men, was elected vice preslI Richard'E. ofainesville from the university ,
liana G.' Panberton:J4, Tit Guenther. guest of honor at dedication ceremonies rary doctorage
s-
Chief contributes "" I. tig: :: records officer of for Jacksonville Univer- Nov. 20. Cupboard are tnvojcd and food Is ruined by small bfoekbuys '",
..
villa _
are the propulsion technician,was nan board of directors wen he Florida Chiropractic Assertion o or wmili. If l left unchecked they will and contaminate their waste.The.e .
foods'WIllY their
:[Bd' Community Chest. killed Tuesday night when his chosen. will attend the 50th an- 5 YEAR CONTINUATION niany unopened stored product pest are extremely presence difficult to con-
"i Gainesville's United Fund truck overturned near the Gemini niversary convention of the or list 1 hut a call to f PC can bring guaranteed results to
confributed Guaranteed with
Those the/ board your new
on elected to home.
sour
11.395 last program complex. ganization Nov. 4-7 at Cocoa
year. If verve two year terms are Ned GOLD KEY AUTO POLICY FMt INSPECTION 00 ESTIMATES
'donors had traced their money Pemberton, Cannon Bill Fleming, Don Beach.
an employe of the Hope ,
they would have seen it Into The four-day meeting will attract FLORIDA'
go and
Martin Co.,was the 16th Ralph Whittaker. Those
VSO clubs in 13 fatality more than 500 chiropractors -
countries and C flwr Phont
elected for 'Ir
Sponsors in the 14-year history of the one year terms are from all parts of the state. Ia1 fpfJ a
entertaining shows Del
Sterrett. Lee Don
Scruggs
tom Kuala Cape. Seven men died this year Dr. M. F. Weaver, also of ONTROL 376-2M1
Lumpur to Berlin Mason and Harry George. I :
including three burned
fatally In n.
Gainesville will head the Mid-
USO club activities Include: a rocket stage explosion.. I 1109 N. MAIS ST. PHONE J7 -451% e CIISWCM co.
The board was to elect a sec- ;Florida Society's delegation I -.
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*' l.J.Mll 90th A World's Fair LAST 3 DAYS! :

.
W"r Of Values STILL TIME TO GET THOSE BARGAINSBUT

HURRY! SALE ENDS SATURDAY! '.

w
OPEN YOUR C.B.A. NOW .

/ C II A WILSON'S OWN CONTINUING

IA I C BUDGET ACCOUNT '

C BA NO DOWN PAYMENT

OVER 125 LAST 3 DAYS! : 6 MONTHS TO PAY!

FAMOUSMAKE '\

r BOY'S (JR. & PREP SIZE) FAMOUS MAKE
1'ti4i GIRL'S 4 TO 8 &, 10 12
CASUAL & DRESS SLACKS .
MEN'S NYLON COTTONS DACRON BLENDS & ACRILANS a
FALL
ORIG. 3.996.50 I
,
TIGHTS. SALE 2.99-3.99 t

1 & WINTER ASSORTED FALL COLORS


i WOOL WORSTED SPECIAL 1.00 BOYS' DOUBLE KNEE '....

( & WOOL BLENDSUITS 10 oz. DENIM BLUE JEANS ...

i RAR.TACKED, WESTERN STYLI

j S GIRL'S CORDUROY 4-6 SPEC. 1.77, 8-12, SPEC. 1.99 "::.

....
' 2&3 JUMPERS
I JR. & PREP BOYS' LONG SLEEVED mow'
BUTTON SIZES 3.6) G 7.14
f SPORT SHIRTSANNIVERSARY

IN RED GREEN & BLUE REG. 1.99,

SPECIAL 2993.99: I SALE 1,69lays' J -
.1 .
,. ; > 4 .....
, ,
l/ Floor
Shlp-Stre.t ; -
.
,. ( GIRL'S 3-6x, 7-14 & "::

',:t YOUNG JUNIOR'S NOW-EVEN GREATER SAVINGS'

: / ORLON CARDIGAN AVAILABLE TO YOU THESE f':'

:.
" :
& PULL-ON SWEATERS
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.
3-6i, REG 3.99, SALE 2.99 LAST 3 DAYS :

\: r t *, ar 7.14, REG. 4.99, SALE 3.99 .:.

\ YOUNG JR., REG. 7.99, SALE 5.99 DRESS STYLES:

WANTED FALL COLORS RCQ. 14.99 & 15.99.. 11 e90 -

t Reg. I0.99to 12.99. 8.90 -
, REGULARLY 1 -: ,

YOUNG JUNIOR'S High.Mid Low He.i1.
-'.: 55.00 All the new Foil afode" :::
: All Slxtt and Widths.
I \ 8-14, WOOL, OR -

r. SALE CORDUROYSLACKS -

LAST 3 DAYS ,
;
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39.90 REG. 5.99 ITALIAN OR PENNY STYLE :w

SALE 4.99 REG. 7.99 LOAFERS e
J ;

CHOOSE FROM Street FloorMEN'S 5.00 ':;
Girls Sha -
: GOOD SELECTION Available in .

,Red
F THESE FAMOUS ;
'
,MAKE SUITS (EXCLUSIVELY FAMOUS MAKE Navy :,
Ji \ REG. IVY 6 JAC-SHIRT STYLE Brown .k
\ ,, All' Sizes
""
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YOURS Block
SPORT SHIRTS Of CourM
SOLIDS. STRIPES. CHECKS. PLAIDS
I AT WILSON'S). BUT .-.' REG. 4.00 1.95, LAST 3 DAYSANNIVERSARY

: ;1tifURRY! SALE 1994.99 SALE
:
I
SALE\; ENDS SAT! v NORMAL MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE \ \. STACKED HEELS

...
ri SUIT CARDIGAN SWEATERS Reg. 9.99 to 12.99NOW

; ALTERATIONS OF WOOL. WOOL/MOHAIR OR ORLON

r 'i/ FREE REG. 10.99 19.95

135 136 37 138 39140 41 ; 42 144 146 t SALE 7.99-12.99 7.90-8.90

I --i' I 18 9 '18 1 1 3 ,i 21 7 ( 1 I MEN'S IANLON, NYLON .... '4r'' Red a 2i :.

\ UNIVERSITY STYLED Sizes to 10 :;'or I Block
: ;
G I 0 1 ,0 ( ( 5 r 8t I O43 t 1 SOCKS All Widths .r- "Brown ::-


T I, 0 I+;-T--1-( ; J.: f 3 6'':-i--i' 0. 0 I REG. 1.00 SALE 79c 21.50 N .d thow' Now I Is the tic.. to buy them fmndrtd and Hundreds. of -y.
of
I i t I pairs..from v"n .our regular famous brands reduc.d during this cnc -aytor : ,,,

,.... S.tIeN *"* ...., ;-"
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I CalnttvllU Sun Wednesday, October 28, 1964, .1



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: II GENERAL HOSPITALOct. quest, John H. Smith, Lola B..
: .21,1964BIRTHS O'Malley, all of Gainesville;
Nannine M. McCormick, Haw STAMPS
: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Walking, thorne; Louise Beckwith, Ala- 'TsTAM I{
Rt 1 Box 33, Lake Butler, Fla., chua; Warren B. Mlzelle Worthington n
a girl,' Mr. and Mrs. Palmer ; Joanna V. Thomas,
Stuckey, 1608 NW Sth Pl., a Bell; Karen F. Polk, Alachua;
.. boy; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Robert T. Patterson Jr., High hr
IT: Savage, Mlcanopy, Fla., a boy; Springs; June K. Bloomingdale, BIG SAVINGS DURING ASP STAMP-O-RAMA
Mr. and Mrs. Elena C. Perrlsh Cross City; Sandra C. Harley, t
: Santa Fe, Fla., a boy; Mr. and Lawty; Earlene F. Crews, ) \

Mrs Wendall Keene, Alachua, Chiefland, Fla.; Carolyn Jean SAVE PLAID STAMPS FASTER with the purchase of the EXTRA PLAID STAMP merchandise -' ______________ '
Starke
Mrs. Donald
Fla., a boy; Mr. and McKinney ; listed in this advertisement as A&P's Plaid Sramp-0-Rama Is designed to i ... hft : t
3 Frederic A. Hazourl, f4 NE Burns, Micanopy; Esther Z. '
encourage Early FREE CHRISTMAS GIFT selections of variety and quality plus 'r..a.. .rwuu '
3rd Ave., a boy. Copelan, Jacksonville; Geneva sizable cosh savings too-Why not fill several books quickly? Save only Plaid 1 r..a.. lUll I STAMPS i !
I ADMITTED Lane, High Springs! Mary S. Stamps for fine gifts faster pv. I \
... Betty H. ,Stuckey, Donald Newbern, Ft. White; Coals L. 115 I1'AIIN Wim Thli'Cwwn and Furchm of 1!
I : Huckabee, Mildred H. Morton, Butler, Cross City; Ruby Hut I $2.00 Oft MORE OF i
Barney E. Sutton, Mary G. chins, Hawthorne; Mrs. Florede "SU *..Thl I a CioItId PurchtM of ProductlonolMi !r 1\

n Frederick, Bonnie T. Edwards, Speer, Starke; Bertie B. Croft, I . $1.29 '" 1.714/ '
r. Josh Hobdy Elizabeth Susan Chiefland; Preston Polk, Ala 1 I II CIu'"OMTII..lllu"'aY.Oct.11' !

-Z Us Stuebe E. ,Brown Caribee, Canard W. Kelley 0. Jones, Tie!., chua; Mary; Pauline W.Hoyt E.,Willlston.DISCHARGED Stone, Archer STEAKSwit" I ... OM Threuen Ie..rdoy. Ocl. 11 ....- .-___-_--_-____-_-_._-__-_-___-_-_-_-._==I I!

= Carol Gene Hazourl, Loree R. I ---------.-- .. :II .
Byrd, Lena Joanne StephensReulm ,
Mrs. Marc ell n e Brock. -- WI' a\"a ,
: Mimi, Albert S. Mor- -- ------ I &\11' ,
Erma
enbrough, Mrs Penning- 1 I
ton, Eliza Lee Bryan, Ezell "
ton, Mrs. Etta Kate Wood, William Full' C.t CloM TrhiimW f I'1DIPS I
= Gainesville Betty
James, all of I
; -
: Kay Watkins, Lake Butler; F. Baggan, Hattie Jordan, RoundMIflvfo J .TBoneCCIM "'r..hIII PUID : r With Thll COUOen. and hrth.N .,' I ,{
Mrs Reba Sue Wilson and son,
_Barbara V. Parrlsh Santa Fe, SUMPS
Trimmii C.l 1 CANS ANT IuvOR 10-es. 1\\
Mrs. Ruth Petrucci and .
:Fli.; Eugene Ross, Waldo, Fla.; Robert E. Wilson, MOil Riley son, ( SirloinSirloin : WlHi TWO CMM ..* MirtflMM't II I Sego .. . ...,3 for 89c \
Gaflie H. Hunt, Newberry Cyn- Cubed CANS OP Df L MONTI. LIGHT : I
; l
Laura Lee Mines and son, Mose ...... I T.... CmtChunk I JAX. 1e71w ,
Fla. ..
=thla B.
Savage Mltanopy ; '
C. GIld Tletllnloy Oct. 11
Wilson, Brian Neal, Paul Whar- I I .
Tuna 3
i for$1.00 (
Ronald J. Cason, Starke Lula OraimJ !
; ton, David Taylor, Harriet Pad Tip JAX. ,..a,... ... __ _.______________....._...'
::Aderholt, Branford; Lucy AnnW. dock,Tara Ann McCord, George Round lMlM I I CWWM need Tnreueh --.. Oct 11 r:--.--.:-..n_.__.__ u_______ ,
Keene, Alachua Millie Can- I ,
;; W ,
-non, Chiefland Eliz. Whitney, Jarron, Selma Davis and .Top Round _.. .. ... '1 l :I
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; YourChoke
daughter, Karen Polk, Linda LB. u -- -.._.....__. !'
=MeIrOll6. I Your I BChoice f .ar..M PJ.AID !;
DISCHARGED I Kay Owens, Robert Patterson, 1WI'u.' STAMPS
Eliz. Roberts. !
Z. Mrs. Freddie Mae O'Steen, I
E. O'Hara, Mrs. Bessie t With Tote Ceupen. and Purch.w If ;
::George POLICE FIRE REPORT
SUPER RIGHT \LEAN FRESHLY SWIFTS PREMIUM PORK CAP'N JOHN FROZEN FRENCH FRIES
James, Mrs. Nannett Haskins Accident Roundup c '14.01. CAN i
I-QT.
:-M.HJnd"...ion Frances, Mr. Jay Markham L. Blanchard Mrs., Involved In accidents reported Ground Beef Mb. pkg. ]1.29 Sausage . Lb. Bag 39c Fish Sticks 3 io-oz. Pkgs. ]1.00 i, Johnson' Kl.er. $1.59 ,!!

Marlon Miller, Mrs. Glenda WllJlngham by the Gainesville Police De- ALL GOOD BRAND SUGAR CURED SLICED SWIFTS PREMIUM CORN CAP'N JOHNS FROZEN C.._. OM JAIC.Tnnw le7aue.wro.y, Gee al :

=Covlngton and, Mrs.son, Mrs.Johnnie Patricia L. County partment Sheriff's and the Office Alachua duringthe B'kfast Bacon Mb.Pkg. 79c Beef Briskets I . Lb. 69c Perch Fillets. u. Pkg. 39c I 1!...._.________.__________________.J
""' '---
downs: Mrs. Mary McLoughlin past 24 hours were: :
I All'...... Jane Picker Delicfoiic. RIm:7lj ;
3nd son, Mrs. Rosa Lee Hunt Richard E.Tldd, 3129 NW 11th Special Special Special! Plain r SoI -"'Io. _
Hand: daughter, Mrs. Mary Jo :
St.and Jasper C. Miller, 2230
3Re: .b and son, Jennie Smith and NW 11th Ave., at 3:14: p.m. FRUTASTEDrinks PUMPKINEbony SUNNYFIELDFlour sri s '''
!!
,.
-daughter, y- Ann Middlcton I'
1\. Tuesday at S. Main St. and Depot eoe
: I
Und son, Mrs. Jennie Beach, Ave. .
-Bart E. Rlsebrook, Odis Thom. I PINT IO-OZ.CAN =
Has, Judith Roberts, Joe Burley Oscar D. Boozer Moultrie, Pies Glo.c"tn '. n 98e 1
3lWdoii,Carl Baker.GENERAL'HOSPITAL. Ga., and a utility service line, I I J 7i
= at 12:30: p.m. Tuesday at 1000E. Coupom seed ThreuO Urdl'.OcI.II I
University Ave. d
HI- Oct.BIRTHS n. 1N4 William L Register HI, High IGol.. 1-Lb. 8.0s. Lb.8c --: ::=::::::-:::::::=:;:;::----
Springs and Loretta B. Norton, 3 100 39c 5 :
i _Mr. and Mrs. James Bloom- Rt 3, at 6.10: p.m. Tuesday In Jugs Eeeb LB '
tngdale, Cross City AFS, Fla., a High Springs. PIAIDSTAMPS !
-girl; Mr. and Mrs. L S. Crews Fire Calls I. "_
=>Jr., Box 249, Chlenand, Fla., a At 1:30: p.m. Tuesday a grass t :
-toy; Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Thomaa > fire at 1711 NE 4th Ave.LBJ' '4 Halloween Candy! Wild TAN ClNHn. tnt FvrediM III
'; :: Rt 1 Bell, Fla., a boy; Mr. I
..
1 -.nd Mrs. John R. O'Malley, Bag of 1001S-oi. Bag .-. ... I I CANS 0* HORMIL 1 J. .Cam :I, 111
II Chili wi a.... 311.0039c .
Z3ISI SWath PI., a girl; Mr. and BackerMIAMI Elegance Slim Vims .,. I 45c DunvDums 29c .:
:"Irs. S. C. Harley Jr., Rt. 1,1 JAIC. ,... ,
;;aol 110,Lawty,Fla.,a girl, I (API-Former) Florida I Warthmorf 2Q 27 to-ei. Fleer Daubl SO 'i Cteissue,kwMw, Oct. II :
Governor Fuller Handouts''. ... 75e Bubble Gum ,..59c, ,
T ADMITTED Warren will
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STAINLESS TABLEWARE &:
= for President Johnson ---------. -- -----.--- -
campaign .
James R. Linda JChicklets
Arbogast ---
I 50 Arid. I' Wor1wno ----- ----------- ---- --
'' :Kay Owens, Carla B: Hicks, Saturday In Northwest Florida.He I . Pops. 19-Oz.. 59c<< : .
; Kathryn R. Shaw Loretta D. said he would speak eight I ,J
r iBenton, Thomas Pyles, Logan times, starting! at Milton' and '34 Clark Bon Worthmort 10-ot.: I
:S.,Daniels, EWe H. Justiss, concluding with a night rally at I Junior. l-Lb. 59c Jolly Rolls 29c 15IWI, I
-Sharon A. Blue, i
Roy E. Thun- 91ountatown.
wee TMl CWPM tnt "'rch... d '
I S4 JOHNSON'S I 'I
I
?f A w r,., Pledge) 7-oz. can 89c ,

i :_ I i .4v 4 CM JAX.ThroofH 1MIMCMMM IMur d.y. Oct. 71 i(I


I IO.e DINNER a1NNte 7Y Ab% e't" .
DINNER )s.KNIn """'"""""' """-
ToRa TEAYOOe I 1
3-PIECE
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PLACE SETTIIG i= With TMo Coupon ond Purcltiu of f
l'sORADt :i ..... IIIUI j I 20e off label l Nticaf" 6-oj.,Jar !
DINNER fOlK LUSCIOUS GOLDEN RIPE Instant Coffee .$1.05. j!
DlNHIITIASI'OCIN -- '
BANANASWASHINGTON 3.lbs. 29. c........ OM 7Ax.1a71 Tnreueh Ie'Moy''' Oct. 71_ .4 i I'

D4 df RED DELICIOUS &:. -----.--....-.-.-....-!!!; :

AT MEAT YOUR COUNTE FAVOHITI R APPLES 2 Ibs. 29<.,: 'I

j I- o FIRM RIPE 50 Extra Plaid Stamps


i TOMATOESFRESH orb 19* With rk.'IIIC......e. sod .f the ellwi.e.,

YOURPRESIDENT :* .FLORIDA
4 i\ "No Coupons
Necessary"IIIIIIY .
rget prsf "ICIIS( ORANGES :. 49<

Our Own Tea Ya-I b. pkg. 35c '
\ !_.. 1- "", ,,,.,,
i ICI TEA SPOON GRAVY LADLI CARVING roar Z 7 ANN PAGE.
: GUTTER COCKTAIL KNIFI FORK' ..RlYSPOON CARVING KNIII ? 'til.. .' p?...., AM ttni" f'-Barbecue Sauce )8oz. btl. 33c I

SUGAR SMIU CAKI; SIIVI '. MIA sLlcn GIIAUftAN11C a PACIIC ftA COW->IC. rTTY CROCKER !I ,

: TEASPOON SOUPSPOON. COCO MIAT PORK Pancake Mix 28-oz. pkg. 39c '
I ANSWERS SALAD 'ORK j. 1 ANN PAGE I
DINNER 'GaK SERVING SPOON EocNoLhimit 1 49 [ 12Soz. I
Blackberry Jelly I r jar 35c. j

Each 29 Each 69 Di'_ 14h is MUM CREAMDeodorant ii+
,.. II
QUESTIONS No Limit No Limit 11M' ....... Sh H. mad,j jar 49c .
"Ie" I* TIM M Are .... Ttnufk utur.r, Qcnior n ANN PAGE 20<4-oi\ Com I .
601 SW 24 Ave. Prepared Spaghetti ., 2 for 37c

YOU'D HAVE Ann Pog Pork & Blue, Plata .
Beans 4l-oi. Can 29c Meryonnoije Qt. Jar 59c CLEANER ALLSWICT DETERGENT LIQUID DETERGENT

ASKED Milk Whit*. <20-qt HOUM knlant Sai' SI.25 Dry I Tuna Slor-Klit. Gant 6'/2-oz.Light Roll Can Mlcat.35c pic. 'N'Span I Margarine I Tide I Thrill

Gold MtHol' GaIT ?' elird,39c ,
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Flour 5 Ibs. 59c 4c off : Size 25C 2/C 79C
to to Bscuits i 8- '. Con lOc Reg. l-lb. Ctn. Giant SIZI 12oz. Bottle! 35C

TONIGHT GENTLE BATH SIZE.ARS VEG. SHORTENING DETERGENT ClrlltGlNT KNOIIR

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ot Wednesday, October 29, 1964 Gafruivtrt Sun f


Curb on New Cities Near Old Is Proposed lt1i"I I I Not GRAND Impartial JUNCTION, lowi? ,,1 SMOKED By The Slob BACON I Ib. 29I l

I ||4 JACKSONVILLE (AP) -The '.ague during their convention ment that "no annexation bill la,. of city-county government-one amendments for consolidation of (AP) When Grand Junction I '
Florida League of MunicipalSties !-ding Tuesday.' ,:or ever has been or will be, for each of the counties. certain functions of city and stamp and coin collectors a*;: BRISKET STEW
wants a law banning any considered which would permit t sembled for a banquet they ,Ib. 25'o
operations.
110..1 county
Included in the I
report : Ralph A. Marsicano, attorney 11,,
I $5pnumclpality within three to five the dissolution, elimination u decided that Greg Young TenderJuicyBARTON'S
. ?:'" miles of an existing city toy ever was a provision that no absorption by any municipalityor for the league, said in the re Dade County has such a plan- would be a completely Imps.1 11'
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1, leave room for expansion by anJjfnexatkm. Further the legislative action be suggested council com-until any other municipality without port there Is one possibility ol[ its metropolitan Metro) govern tial I person to make the drawiegs .1 New Store 1ee.
In ment. for several door prizes. I
: its consent"The a breakthrough convincingthe
mittee on judicial and law 41 r-
HE reform 2Vi Miles South .f Nawberryon Stole Hwy
,I : 7X The proposal WM included In I holds hearings Nov. .. league proposes a general Legislature to pass an annexation Lou Hitter. Jacksonville city The first name he drew was I OPEN 6 A.M. TO 9 P.M. DAILY .
"JI Deport by the committee on o ,The committee report concluded annexation biU for the state law. commissioner, was named the that of his father, John (Bud]I end ALL DAY SUNDAY
\ .' \-lllnexation adopted':by the I with the emphatic state which would block 67 kinds ol He proposed constitutional league's new president. I Young. -
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house cloned out and new tarns put on sal.Q .
M.9J.WUNDA-WIVI COTTON for tha first time: Price hove ,bean sloshed 1500 CUSTOMERS
\\ ., DOOR PRIZES ogam and agaIn don't miss the I last 4 I
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Striking Oil

CORNELL, III.: '(AP) All
Gerald Lyons wanted was water
for his pigs. Instead of water,
the well-drilling company he
hired struck oil.'
The discovery has generated ]
a storm of excitement in this
rural area of north-central Illinois .
,) Lyons still has wateron
ht mind.
"I'm a hog farmer In need of
water,"he says. I
But he plans to do something {!jifij{Iii lE3Ni; {fa t
about the oil after he finishes +? {!', :{ {:? ; Q S {I, r iE
fall plowing this weekend.
"I'm going to talk to some oil
promoters," he said today In an
interview.

Lyons, 37, who lives on an 80- ,
acre farm with his wife and
,three children, was harvesting
beans when he was Informed
that the drillers had struck a ti c.nt.r SMALL'G0 INSPECTED
mixture of oil and water at 117 _
11
feet."I 1 a a Sunnyland SmokedHAMS
Just kept working," he h

said.Another
shaft was drilled
with the same ,results at ,147
'
feet.The I
drillers pumped the first .
well for five days hoping the oil
would disappear Instead, It cot
thicker.A M ,
geologist from the Unlversl J Y '
ty of Illinois who analyzed the y, { od9'r P1/ WHOLI
crude oil said he was surprised 4'
I at Its high grade and the fact .. OR HALF
that It was found at such shal. i ,JLB.
low depths.
Lyons said he doesn't know ,
I how much oil Is under his landor r / BRACH CANDY
what it's worth. Corn l445,29'
"But aren't you anxious to \
find out?" he was asked. ; : POACH HollowMn Mellow PINEBREEZE Gr. "A", Fresh Flag Medium 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON i66 HORMEL
"They tell me It'. been there Creme 29* 59
for a billion years and It's not ? ) ,Can 2
,1\\! going to go away," he replied U, BRACH, JO1/ .1.Sift (Mix) tr ... Qip"CAN'C r
Burgundy : EGGS 2 79 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COlSteaks '6S ..COOK QUIK
\ 39J $ Doz
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Claims Male t,
:: ; BUTTERSCOTCH + S"BRACH LI. 89;

DISC ,Hi.... 29' ,
Nurses In .
I : BRACH 101 CANDY

I j> ComebackPHILADELPHIA .. Treats "Hi.... 79 .. .

BRACH CINNAMON

(AP) Bolls'Hi... 29' W-D BRAND CHUCK ...
Men have been nurses since the IRACHASSORTED. I' FROZEN FOOD I
beginning of time, says a man Roast 48'
who heads 10,000 nurses. ", ASSORTZ4,290
"And though women dominate < LDER' MORTON FROZEN. CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY
the profession today, men are W-D BRAND ROUND BONE' SHO, '
making I comeback," adds Pot Pies 61. I
Clifford H. Jordan, 42, I regis- '58'WD ; '. : I
tered nurse who la president of O a s t twa..u.
MORTON .
the 10,000.member Pennsylva. %. .. '. FROZEN FOR TRICK OR TREAT 'I

nla Nurses Association.: It Is .. ,Na BRAND. BEEF SHORTRibs.38' Donuts. 3 Pkg.off ., 1 l
holding Its Mth annual convention ,.."",..-- 18. 1)\
here this week.
.. IDAHO VALLEY'FROZEN FRENCH FRYPotatoes
Jordan, I nanveof* New Orleans KG ICETTY CROCKER CHOCOLATI CHIP.
became I nurse In 1949 39 }
Cookies PKt 251 A G < ,
after leaving the Army.Now he 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON *64 GROUNDBeef.51"
I Is director of the School of Nursing ASTOR FROZEN ORANGE
FISH FILLET
and Nursing Service at Phil 0'

delphla's think It Episcopal li a good Hospital."I profession. Grouper 39 .Juke 4 a; 9,*1 ::1

I for men," Jordan said In an REG. 69;, COPELAND COUNTRY LINKSausage
Interview."It Is a good place to
serve and make I decent living LI.59/ i
"jl
) "After all, there have been FRESH BOSTON BUTT PORK \
male nurses since the beginning
of time. All nurses used to be Roast LB. 39/ '
men. During the Crusades there ,REGULAR* ., KLEENEX'REDEEM( YOUR LIFE COUPONS) CAULIFLOWER' (
was'I religious order of men PILLSBURY OR BALLARD I IBiscuits

I who lick and went Injured.along "to care for the 4" 39x T owe I 5 '., 2. ,ROLL PKG.. 29; .' i

Jordan, whose wife Is I teaching REG. 3t< PALMETTO FARMS KIDNEY BEAN. REGULAR i
nurse on the University ef 33SCAMPBELL'S TOMATO 29
Pennsylvania faculty, estimates Salad 'u-.cu.29/ hA' Hd. < S \
there are 8,000 men among the 5't t,
i
nation's half million nurses. Soup. N..t CAN ;
MOAt are In administrative work REG 35|? SUPERBRAND COTTAGECheese : '. .. 12Lb
directors of nursing schools: LARGE SNOWBALL
REGULAR 49* DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise; J
3 9xREG. o.
or supervising hospital staffs Cup FANCY ALL PURPOSE FOR TRICK OR TREAT I

About being president of the ::2/j9'. 'DIXIE DARLING'Hombuww Wi.n.r- 39'
association : I QUART : AIIRles. 5 LI. lAG 49; J
C .
"I think they selected: mebecause Buns 1 19 AD .
I could do the work and PItas. P REGULAR 3/$1, HAWAIIANrUnCn VINE
not because I was a man,",he '
REG.33DIXIE'to DARLING CINNAMONBuns.29 $ TOMatoes 2 LBS. 39

said.He believes more and more 4 ".... CANS I : I
men will get Into nursing Moat ? ;: / U S. NO., I GEORGIA ItE SWEET

schools, once all girl, now. ire '1 '
I coeducational."Men Potatoes 4 LBL 59 .
can help alleviate the
current shortage of nurses," he t
said. "They tend to stay on the EXTRA EXTRA EXTRATOP
Job longer without Interruption VALU' STAMPS. TOP VAJLUMWIMPSON. I TOP VALUE STAMPS '

for marriage and family" -,-.\.-.....-... IIImN Ill ..... -.-,00.-.-..-.... a / I ION' ,
fNUND.'!. Wo..AN..a.N REGULAR B/* ...CHASE & SIIfVBORN I
... ..uii T..A; Ground Boot wONTNOICandy t z.N. "
Fruit Fly .T...._._...... ._.TNHU OcrraM.I i T ....T.n.l.. S

I Hunt Is On M' A.....w'os ," ......"NrNINS I 47 CoffeeREGULAR 1-LI. CAN 5 ',J f;' I


Near St. Pete EXTRA EXTRA 'EXTRA 77 ASTORCoffee
TOP VALUI STAMPS VAWB STAMPS ..' t
A .1 ,. TOP. .. .
rw M Lw.M Ndn ----- w M-W iwq I
WASHINGTON (APCatpureof ) ..... O.t 141IU. .
49
i Now s O11 N eooloi"ou N CMOWIOSirloin Kill 1-LB. CAN I. '
a aingle male oriental fruit -Choeola o t "sk. Steaks Bug Bomb
fly has prompted an Intensive .w.ma,O.r..w e/.. .rum eiT...N ai** ....TMMI. O.......,.. II i

square trapping mile operation'In area round a 75 St.. ...A.,*...,, 61 ......._.... '41i ..__ .'N REGULAR 59 e ,,0 ,BLUE OR WHITE ARROWDetergent t

I Petersburg, Fla., to determine '
' whether the pest of fruits and EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA PIKG. 3 gJ ,
I I ( ( '
i vegetables might become established YIIM.Af'I'' tot.y'A..IY!. ;

In the United States.The .,..\\ ......c._ ON.', *, CM -.. ._ ..'- REGULAR 79 DETERGENT 6 6TNNITT
single capture was madeIn MAL II C C IM' .CO* I
I one of the traps used In a c. MUIi :t"--it::' Fig BarsSt
continuous survey of Florida as ....1..s-a1.. -TM.s.oar..T ,... eN.T+.IY .* Cheer. _GIANT 49 J
a protective measure to guard .t rw ,N .....Irv..a.ms 6N '..___ ,'... PKG. l'
against the Mediterranean fruit _
fly and other fruit flies that >w l
j would threaten tropical areas of
the nation.
The oriental fruit fly never
} has been known to have become I
established In the western hemV
sphere )
1 It la a destructive pest of
fruits wherever it occur -In
Hawaii, various Pacific Islands Ii Alf -

and Southeast Asia It attacks ,,.. _. .
II ',
I more than 200 crape. Including .r
y
fruits and soft vegetables. .
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jijore[r Werfnesiloy, October 21,'1964 Gainesville! Sun 11.

I About Assassination one but Lee Harvey Oswald sitting -\I

Report- From Page 1 1 window alone of In the the Book sixth DeposI-floor ,I

\ M f Dr, Carrlco and Dr Malcolm dent throat was caused the I In the tory Building with nothing but
by ng direction of the overthe story oftheacy. a massive conspir- patrolmen and that the only .
his hate and his mall order ri
0.
\U Perry who arrived at this e
entry of a bullet from the front.
taut and took I pass Immediately after << The facts, so far as the other persons on it were 13 rail- tie
Miy over direction of During the hours ,
immediately
-.fft* treatment felt the Presft !- after the shooting however hooting, but there was nothing Warren group could determineto road employes who had a rightto
| ...'. back for signs of any there was no evidence that the ; substantiate it them were that the overpass be !there And all of them tes. Thursday Oswald's death
Nevertheless the notion behad been adequately policed in tified that the shots did net natural climax to two
>A 1 / kefjbus wound but found none.[shot had come from the rear, was a
J 'nty did not turn him over.I and it was widely assumed that I ame fairly widespread and advance of the procession that come from there. I I days of chaos la the Dallas I oC

i,( When asked later why ,'they!it.came from the front. .I was later used to strengthen_ it__was guarded n, by two u Dallas That appeared_ I to. leave, no _,Jail _ ''I
,y ',-' Dr. Carrico replied: Thia was bolstered by the I Ite
%.Thls man was In obvious
disclosure that I'-
there was a bullet
extreme distress andan more mark on the wlnshleld More
thorough. inspection would:!have thorough Investigation showed \ I .

toed aI -several considerable minutes --well time,,windshield that there was.ho It actual had 'been hole hit In' What do you have in ,mind for Nov. 3rd!

i at.this. Juncture- .was noble :by a fragment of bullet traces,
f of lead were found on the glass
trying to treat! an acutelyd from behind.
-coming The
patient yon have to es- blow had strained the laminated LETTING THIS HAPPEN? VOTING DEMOCRATIC

h tion an, and airway you have'adequate to es- glass the so front that side the of outer the windshield surface -I TO, MAKE SURE OF THIS? ON ALL BRANDSFIVE

M sit adequate circulation\, cracked a little. The
? re this was accomplished
fragment that hit it apparently'
S President's cardiac activity came from one of the, slugs'I "The child has no right to oneducation. FLAGSVODKA$259
ceased and closed cardiac that struck the PresidentThe "I 1 intend to put .ducatlon the top
sage (heart massage) was
t ; nited. which made it Im4 Warren Investigators believed In most areas the children 'get of America's agenda."
three shots fired, I
of
ible to Inspect his back"Why which one missed were one woundedthe along very well without It." I
even after the Preslt ,
President in the throat and
was declared dead was no then wounded Connally and "We ore going to protect Social Sec.
ort made to Inspect his back?
} I suppose nobody really had the other two hit Mr. Kennedy I ". prompt and final t.rmina- trrity and we are going to extend ,
ti heart to do it," Dr. Carrico The assumption that one or han of the It."
more shots carne from In frontof I OR
; I,Id.When Dr. Perry arrived he the car created the possibil-, farm subsidy progrom. PLAN PARTY?
'
rformed a tracheotomy in- Ity that the man In the Book' -
"This Administration has declared
rting a breathing tube direct- Depository window might not
into the.windpipe through hive been the murderer 0 r "let welfare be a private unconditional war on ,,"'PIy."
e wound In the fron of the1u'0aL that he might have had an accomplice ."
1 concern _
,
j @JI
i $ Other doctors made In-
R feistons into the veins of the A likely location for the second : 'We must and permit the
President's right leg and left man seemed to be a rail encourage i
irm so blood and fluids could road overpass which carried I American economy to make full use
be pumped directly Into the tracks. above Elm Street a of our farm lands." j
veins Chest tubes were Inserted block beyond the depository.I we have what it takes.
to drain blood and air from The President's car was head, President Johnson
the chest cavity. ed for the overpass, when he ELECT PRESIDENT JOHNSON HAIG & HAIG
,| Time of death was fixed at was shot. ;- I
I p.m. somewhat arbitrarily, ThereVal nothing to prop
since It Impossible to up this theory One woman told 5 STAR
was ,
f say Democratic Htodquorttrt: 120 SE. lit Av.., FR 2-3591) (pd. odv Alochuo Co Demo Camp, Comm)
\ precisely when the President police she had seen a man running -

L.! crossed,the thin, _line on, .which, from the depository build-I __ I
-
he had hovered from the instant
, ,he was shot. $4.99
t 'f It wasn't until the body was
returned to Washington that
evening and taken to Bethesda ,
tJ j'Naval Hospital for an autopsy Some
&[.that the wound in the back ofthe people
). neck was discovered.
There never had been a for ANTIQUE ai
,I''jnal determination that the .
{l., round In the front of the Presl-



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. 1", only leading JACKSONVILLE serious state rift leglstors among(AP)say-Two law the .t. I

( (, makers at the 1965 session will
w :
be over reapportionment. CLUB w
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Sen. James Connor of Brooksville -
,' and t '>; ,
president v designate .r .Q. "
} Rep. E. C. Rowell of SumterCounty .. .JL .. .. +fy l hf Fl
speaker-designate, gave .) ..,.. ., :"

",,ti tervlew me views Tuesday.Reapportionment an the. subject la antS ', :4 .r ,.;;,* 400" :l

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\ Is a burning ar -- .vim "" .r' 1 W Yr ..."..... v c -
I "., sue, they agreed but where It "i, ,IJ''iItl.t'' ) :. '\..' 'iol : .'1"" '4. .
ill turn is beyond prediction. .4 ,
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Both from rural counties they V ,"*'r $2.99 I'
I I I
,'r ere critical of the federal court ., .' .
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ling that urban areas should 't 11i
I y 5th
.h've more voice In the Florida 4
A
,,, gisUture -
We' : '1 S
l va If reapportionment Is accom'shed :
':! ; to. a federal court ort ,
';t ." Rowell said "it will turn SPECIALTb.h
t ; h houses to the control of the '
I largest counties. If this is
{ ., so be It. stakeournBIDe ?
4 But I say If what we had In
past Is bad a federally MgNAOY
:, irt' ordered reapportionment .jRMooRE
.
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finitely dded I Connor worse: "Ask your legion 2 t.

hi.Duval County if they n ?
came to the leadership of 9UALITY 5th
rural counties said they had OIlO1I1'S
aed and It wasn't filled. Them :

.. counties haven std c :,'
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J ,well said, There never has
CALVERT GIN
i any serious division In theM
on statewide Issues exreapportionment. M,
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j'n'! the Senate there Is rela 90 PROOF ..
i
I harmony on every Issue but .

t .oth joorttonraent"legislators said Connor It Is said too ', m. .'n... ., F Fp $

Hy to forecast a program the $2.99
I Mature would take.
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> [ore Disaster :.,, "-,," '" ,.. .

Lid Is Sought : / I: f
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TALLAHASSEE (AP) -(joy.rrll :; HALF PINT

Bryant has asked for Bapmon ; ., :;f: t
more In federal disaster ; ,
"' pounce for damages cawed .,. -""' ...,' "" .'
,kf Hurricane Cleo"le .
,'- state s request for mores j. f'flI/1IlIlIll
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':i went to Washington Tuesir ,. If.t" ., .
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) The monet obtained 11 ... '

ti'< inner frnments must In be restoring us-d by local t ft":' ; ,'( :-r i '" '''(" : IOUIIONS

he services such as streets, : ,: t',\ ;tI" GINS 97

I.s.t linage and sewage : f) '! t .. ILINOS

VODKAS
Speed ., PE.If .
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,NO LIMIT! _
r. PRETORIA. South Africa .
n)i The top speed of aa nit S..U
_*U. a type of antelope O... TipOs'fN
nd In South Africa, has kk k ,
+ i established at 31 m p.h., '
+ this country's Ttansasnfrtacial *- .--- '.... -

Division. of KaComervatioo. Diet Ar.atri tlieheet tDet saga MI'...,.walM I caf ilDie&Pef..n.1t; tile mI tWa6r N.

lAccordl'aa.a* to letter the. )a divisioa's naive IipI ldt I' J a.allt....Apii brie. fa> ill UBO. sArrta ire Other Jiet colas ire iiprfreetfoKv ..-.,. the jff! St 12m

..vtfloB officer to a ear I..... 0II0er afet this .. Live less drat one ..Ioriel. a batik 10... other. diet... hu .that __

as;itiy a east Moved: The aa taps. *topala vas r-..it _..... ifw yt eftie t6weir.a. t>,ale.a..er. ," Dirt ftfGib tot!* ,lprretlit, .i 1901 SW-*,
ftf /-y
,1 fun aaaaaL for haV a Urfc STtHT ft.
i the kapata was toed to- ._ a. ...c.: e.Mw c""""J'" 'is.,..,.".,.e e.r..r art.. trw ML a* wars sore..e n.uw .... ...... pw JWUe sera, rw v.... .Y. HON[ 2431.
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II Survivors, Check Your Benefits i I

If a worker In your family children's future Social security young children when the moth-
dies,tome member of the family benefits can mean the differ- erl who has been working, dies,
should Inquire at the social ence between the shattered
even though the father is thelamlly'
security office to see if survivors dreams and the security of a \
primary source of
support -
benefits are payable, continuing income and a happy
John W. Spann, Jr., Social Security home life, he said.
.... District Manager In According to Spann, nine out Nearly 4V4 million survivors
children and of deceased workers are receiving I
Gainesville advises. of every ten young !
Death In the family, especially their mothers can count on the monthly benefits. The aver-
where there are young children survivors benefits to keep the age benefit paid to a widowed
family I together. Survivors mother with two children is
can mean the shatteringof
dreams and hopes for the.. benefits'. .- --may-- -be.-payable--- --- .-to..about $100 per month.

WED. NOON THURS. FRI. SAT.' I Ir

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:.C"'""-. Most of these items ordered especially for this sale . and being sold during

Anniversary Days ONLY at VERY LITTLE ABOVE COST. q

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9x12'SIZE wce
FRESH BAKED ALLMEAT gleaming and durable 1'
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REGULAR $15.99 SAVE $3.11 aluminum bakeware I 1

nyuwr CUT PILE blend of cotton lends \
rayon Layer cab pin
-'i't
HOT bole beauty to any room. Latex backed cake pig,bread i
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for skid resistance.Turned under sorted long pu pudding,lquar'3 or 8 8C
DOG' L! ends.Grey aqua,red,green bilge,more. or Regularly 6 cup muffin to" ) :

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DOGS \
HANDSOME RUBBER PLANT PENNY-AN -INCH .
ROLLS ;

; ': PKGS. ,.. 3 dg FABRIC
; ff' briefs
=- I 2 OF 8 ". ;; ;0-_-, ( ) \

..___ __ < 1 Z 0%. PKGS. I I
SALE Smf fitting acetate tricot with
all amend euitio wtbt.Bind
39C $100 or elubo Jet ityU.\Vhite,Sine
5-10. At thi lows nb pile*
. ... consisting of Sweetheart. pain'Prints
::' =- = Solids, Printed
::. "INDIAN SUMMER" HALLOWEEN SPECIAL! Checks, Multi Stripes Ii
and Paisley Prints. )i

APPLECIDER "JONATHAN"APPLES .r : :: r Regular 59c Yd. {

NOW !j'I'j'I'j

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49 Inch
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A wonderful new addition to your Moor nr- I
4 J "SHURFINE" dent FUcus Decora. a hardy new variety 3 for t\\
with shiny grew taveit Thrive at ad seasons. Worlds Most Famous I
WHITE (or) YELLOWy
Giant Leaf Yellow Pottos PRESTONEAntiFreeze : I
: ,Ipi 1 POP CORN 99C:1'
2 plants in a 5-inch green 77
; Z'LI.' 29 and yellow plastic pot 98- $| I '
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: Select Your Own Halloween Treat 'CA.N BATH TOWELS I !
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$10 .CREDIT TOWARD
YOURTSELECTION
a ITEMS OP S I

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. ',' lit"M : 5 i. Adult's Nama .. I .I . .. . 0 . 0 i for \

\ o M'." :i. Address ',', . . ; .. . . . . 0 0 ... .:! 'r

) :'. PEANUT ', RIG.lAG S i Telephone Number . . . . . . 0 0 ... i .\. I

4 "M M" CHOCOLATE I Specific item selected . . .. .,. . . . 0 i t Blue, pink or striped told

WAFER BAR. EACH 5 i i . . . . . . :.Y.:.-:: . . . 0 I: green cotton terry from
< Cannon mifls.
\ i[ Price $. . . . .
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__ ,- Fruit CHEWIEST; 29 KIDDIES WIN A PUMPKIN FULL OP PENNIES WASH CLOTHS

"M '-3r'? CHEWIEST< i Child' Name . .. w. . '0' ... i . 0 0 . 0 i 1 !II

i Address ... ... . . . ... . . . . 0 0" i I

!j: Telephone Number ... .: .. . . . . . . ... i: for i

Brach's i i= Number of Pennies in Pumpkin . . .. .
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cotton wry wa*cloths.


i, "IRACH'S"51 HUGH'S-Candy MELLOWCJEAM Corn .12h-es.PKG. 29*: Cakes and Pies MAMUTCUfSTaKS


; PARTYPAKS Pumpkins. ': :' 29*: C.:II Big 8-inch, 2-laycr cakes and 8-inch pies, baked in '
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j our own bakery. Choice of Chocolate. Orange b t'j fan an ft. HI* T* :
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"IRACH'S" Cherry. Cocoanut and Lemon-Cheese Cakes andApple. r
I Indian Corn '"*' 29* "- ...t ,....._s_ Pumpkin and Cherry Pies. 2 OO i f:1

( 14 OZ. AQtPKC. "HUGH'S" JELLYHarvest Buy sevtral at these prices and store in your .
freeze for the Holidays.
t '10
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Mx. ..r29HUGH'S" <: Regular 64c each 'i 00 austere of ckocolate.
TRIAT"BRACH'S"
".". NOW 2 for covered peuma asake...

Pumpkins . PKa 29- .... ,I
34 "IRACHVSatchel

CANDYPOPS EACH 75"BRACH'S" Enjoy A Delicious Meal. Or Snack At Woolworth's Lunch Counter I,

lift-OZ. lAG I YOU MONEY WORTH MOfli AT
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I Floods Greeted Report. on French.En;lish Crisis in Canada on TVA I renre rator. Holofcener Is the mar A

Sun Want Ads
ll : timely and Incisive report Quebec Province where the from Montreal Quebec City I I Canada's Prime Minister Lester The Intertel program Is a pro

m the raging controversy between French;Canadians are Insistingon Verdun, and other regions. Pearson, a Nobel Peace duction of the National Educational .

'i .1 At New Home French and English Canadians more, power over the economy The also the Prize winner and former United Television network and Get Results :
1 over, French demandsfor program covers Westinghouse B r 0 a dcaiting
return of the tax
more Nations
more control will be exanv opposing viewpoints of French Assembly president, Company.

I ned In a new Intertel documentary monies collected by Canada, and Canadians Premier Jean Lesage of Quebec
[ ALAMO, Calif.. (AiO) Negri,, Flood, m, obtained a temporary "Canada In Crisis." telecast and more self + government English lead. and Rene Levesque Minister
ing government officials, writers Chester R. Yates CLU
1 baseball star Curt Flood and his
court restraining order today at I on Channel Natural Resources Ireamoni ,
p.m. In "Canada in Crisis, ,cam journalists, artists and ;
famUy settled into their leased Mooday to be able to the those
occupy S. eras examine the unrest and clergymen, who assess the educational who discuss the SPECIAL AGENT ,
$39000 house..;today after a I h r e e-bedroom ranch-style NEW YORK S
"Canada Crisis" controversy.Dan lift
in takes a violence that has occurred In social, traditional, economic
warm greeting fromtheir white house at Alamo, a quiet. suburb II hard look at the explosive dispute the country u a result of the and religious aspects of Klugherx Is the producer INSURANCE COMPANY ti

\ I shotgun neighbors they Instead had of been the warned loaded of 1,711 persons. that centers primarily in 'laming[ Issues with I coverage the conflict I I writer, and director. Law-'P. 0. ... 14197 PktM 172-1)21 '

II to expect The Floods' attorney said In a, -- .
1 suit Finn and 1 FAG PEOPLE BELIEVE IN tVUYTAC
The.SL Louis Cardinals center that George an PEOPLE BELIEVE IN MAYTAG PEOPLE BELIEVro
unnamed man had brandished
fielder was all smiles. His pregnant -
shotguns at the borne Saturday
: wife wept for Joy. I night and told Phyllis SchofIeld

\ 'iI "We think It's so fine you are a real estate agent, that they

[ here" said Mrs. Joseph Cone of" would shoot any Negroes who

Alamo, located U miles east of
tried to move into the neighbortood
I 11\ 1 Oakland Calif., aa the Floods I II ,
,
I ,t. moved In Tuesday with the aid
l
"* I' of a court order. "Especially

since you have four children Channel 5

I I ,"1 We live Just around the corner."

I' 1 "I don't see. anything wrong To Give Local

'wIu. them," said 'Mrs. Dan

I ) : Sweeney. "My kids art thrilled. Election Tally

They hope hell teach them to

l" play baseball better." Extensive local television. coverage .

I The welcomes and a waiting,, -of Tuesday's election returns


{1: tears.Flood's fully"I'm prepared aU wife choked, Beverly meal up. We,reduced 25 wanted .U-I, five University educational"Is being of Florida's planned' by channel station the. 2 DAY' SALES BLITZ: !



a country atmosphere, is wrr. I

\ place where our kids could ex Returns from Alachua Brad 8 A.M THURSDAY TIL 6 P.M. FRIDAY

\ pand. When we saw this house ford Marion, Putnam, Gilchrist,
l\ we knew It was what we want
ed," M.... Flood said. Levy, Dixie and Columbia counties 1

s! Flood Is I native of the area will be posted during the

: "and was Technical graduated School.from His Oakland wifeis 'program. that begins at I p.m. 34 HOURS OF RECKLESS DISCOUNTING

I j Two minute election round-
from St. Louis
will be shown at 7 and 7:30
1 Moving day for the Floods Included ,ups ;
w assistance from a lock.

smith and the sheriff of Con p.m.News director'Don- Grooms j 45 MAYTAGS
1 No One Undersells -NOTICE-
tra Costa County.
said accurate results from area
The sheriff and 11 deputies
counties should be reported by
the home presumablyto Jim and Still
searched i Voylcs
if. It'was safe; before the_ time the program goes off MUST BE SOLD IN 34 HOURS y u flmn In huy n new wathrr or lirycc 4rll
the air.
Flood fend his wife moved In.
The locksmith opened the locked Students hi the School of Jour. ONF EVERY 4i MINUTES Guarantees Full Warranty t buy now during (hit h,
1
house by drilling hole In aback nallsm and Communicationswill 'OK TMt DfAl OF fOUR CHOICE 3< HOUR SALE OF SAltS
a door theq changed all the help gather the information and Service

locks for the Floods For the election broadcast.' S ALL NEW MODELSWE'LL

j t The Floods planned to stay --'
/
. Kit with their children, Debbie 7; MIITIII bytes Of PICTITIOUt INTINTION NAMirvnuMtf TO 1

Gary, I; Curtis Jr, 4, and Shelley to 'Mttton 505... KvtiMviM.mtk ..

motel until NN ss snlrw4. l.DaN1y MrMT 1IF4I ilwn L...NIM..
their furniture arrives and u 11- imMr IM Hrrn rum* TRADE WE'LL DEAL
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:"'Jaycee Wives Plan memo f m CalendarOf \ Bridal Couple ComplimentedHonoring I



Halloween Ball EventsTODAY Miss Frances Dab- Griffith who:entertained at the! Pink roses centered',the table

ney Jones and her fiance Donald Holiday Inn.Yellow. where places were marked
Jaycee Benefit Hallow ei D Prizes will be awarded to October 21 Moore Giles of Lynchburg, chrysanthemums I for the bride-to-be and her par-
Ball will take place friday the best costumed man, worn TH.ff ninny y yRuh Junior Welfare League Va., a buffet dinner was given formed !the centerpiece for the'gene Ruyle, Mr. and Mrs I
I from t p.m. until 1 a.m. at the I an and couple attending. 8 p.m., Guaranty Federal Tuesday night by Miss Molly table. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Burton M
American Legion Hall, 513 East All former Jaycees as well Building. Morrison and Dr. and Mrs. 1 It Corsages of'white carnations Woodward Rev. and Mrs. Eugene -
University Avenue. Music will as friends of the organization Weimer-Women's Editor Gainesville Bridge dub R. Swinford at the latter to' Miss Jones Ruyals", Mr. and Mrs.
were
: be orovlded- bv the' "Flamln- _no..... _ar... _Inultalf...__ fA- .ttanfl'_00_' 7:30: p.m., Holiday Inn. home "Hickory Hill." and her presented mother by the hostess, David Stryker Miss Kay Knopl
; Tempe of Orlando.: University of Florida Worn-
'DodgeGreeneI White and gold were featured who also gave the honoree a and Jim Stadelman Jr.An .
en'i Club :r a w eo m e rat
This annual costume affair In the party appointments with gift of silver.
is sponsored by the J un l lor I Bridge I p.m., Mrs. Charles [flowers In those colors ,used I -
WeddingIs were
Guests Jones Mrs.
Chamber of Commerce Wives Va. -. Mr:mond, Va., announce the eand n- Fairbanks Mrs. Alex Bed- throughout the house. Miss ,
Auxiliary which is composed! Mrs A. P. Dodge of Rich- gagement of their daughter,, narek Clubhouse, West New- Brass candelabra with white Jones, Mrs. Denver Baughan,
"*J""' ''' ''-', Miss Grace Carol Dodge !to a aa berry RodChapter Mrs. Edward R. Goodwtn,Mr. .
of wives of active .
; Jaycees.AH ., tapers and a heart centerpiecewith Guy Miles Mrs. Horton H.
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HeldSolemnized : James Hicks [
< proceeds will go to sup.i .r; N" '1 Greene son o AF, PEO 10 a.m., Ivy white chrysanthemums Hobbs Mrs.:Taylor Kirby1. Mn I ::.
Mr. and Mrs. T.' U. Green Mrs. R.
i port the charitable activities F. Head Jr., Mrs.H. and yellow and white Louis J. Tatom Mrs. T'Water p++ :a j
< the Jaycettes undertake' of Gainesville. E. Dunlap 321 NW 32nd .
Monday eveningwas roses decorated the buffet ''t.- '
Herbert, Mrs. RobertWeimd
i throughout the year. the marriage of Miss Wal- Miss Dodge attended Mad Street. Mrs. Winston W. Little. HAWAII 1.I i
f Tickets priced at $3.SO per traut Karollne Urbann and Dr son College H a r r 1 sonburgt Cosmos Club 10 a.m., sewing ble.Guests included the bridalcouple ; i\

\ couple will be on sale at the Henri Louis___.. _Bennhskkcr__m___.____. which" '__ Va., and was graduated from covered dish luncheon [ Dr. and Mrs. E. Ruffin, Dinner Mrs.Honors Bride ... It rew.et ,F
f door. took Medical College of Virgin!a noon Mrs. H. S. Jones Mr. and Larry Mlm\ enchanting= wonderland
place at the home of Dr. Wells 103 parents of the bride-!
School of Medical were hosts for a dinner at their of color and spectacular I
and Mrs Technology. NW 14th Street elect Mr. and Mrs.
Goerge H. Brooks. 'I ; Tom Jtoys- fantastic sights
Rev. William Neville Presby- She Is a member of Sigma Chapter AP PEO. ,'::30 ,ter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth home feting Miss Jones I. Bridge term University pastor was 5 Sigma Sigma sorority. a.m., Mrs. G. R. Freeman Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. William 1Y IUD and fun and flittering.
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Mr. Greene was graduated eophiiticatlon the perfect
the officiating minister. Mrs. Tom Abbot 111 SW Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Lanny
The bride is the daughter of %1:1 i;, Z w4 from the University of Florida 43rd Terrace.: '. Somme, Mr.' and' Mrs. Hut,. younttlf vacattonland.'See-ft will lurpan it I
Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Urbann of 'w'.'" '<. with a degree from the University Women's ,Club son Messer Mr.and Mrs,"Ray WIN I your fondest expectation.
i ClubBy Wels Austria. Dr. BeenhakkerIs College of Engineering and Crafts mond E. Watson. .
Group (:30 I:, m.,. I Choose a Brownell luxury
from Hllvarenbeek Holland. : also received his master's degree Florida Union Craft Shop. Miss Ann Arrow Miss Kay; .50 Gallons of escorted tour featuring leisurely -'
; >i4 '. 1:1 from the UF College'Business of steamer travel, fab-
JOHN E. CRAPS The bride wore a street-length Gainesville Woman's Club, Knopf; Mbs Sandy Swinford, GULF FUEL OIL I uloui !
: Mrs. R. A. Scrafford and Mrs dress of off-white peau de sqto .; 1;I" Administration. Hef. Fine Arts Day Club Bouse, Miss Louise Rothenberg,. 'Ted AISOLUTIIY rill hoteli, neighbor-completelightieelng
R. W. Fountain were the North- and had, a corsage. of 'yellowI'08tL $ .i'fr!; .t, hs a member of Sigma. Phi West University Avenue' Art Straub; Jim Stadehnan Jr.,' Jo IVIKT TUIS. AND FRI. I Island visits experienced !'
; South winners in the Monday (fltA '.J :t'.C"t; Epsilon fraternity. Kennon and George Swinford. tour director throughout i
program, 10 s.ra 1
,n Q ,.._, Plana have been made for a ; finger Aek folder and 1
I Miss Marcia H. attended '
tournament conducted Brooks "
evening y',5aia_brace Carol Dodge December wedding. ... Food luncheon, 1:45: ..11I., Bnmch Glvei ASK. : n.'o' >
: by the Gainesville Bridge Club the. bride as maid of honor book review by William &
with 143 match points. There and Dr. Arie Beenhakker of Holland ,- Shea; 1 p.m. Another courtesy extended to fer tear.. Lucky.NmikerSticker I "U er, 11 ear. Steamer. I I I Ilevn ft
were eleven tables In play and served his brother as best Noone-Kirkoatrick House Staff Wives Club, .Miss Jones'recently w a s a Gulf Service yew elf Stetien hberfieee1 I fremlfM.WORLD w.aMy.rtw.s.. e..mi
i the average score for all pairs man.- ..' Fa a h I o n Party! Rri d.m 'brunch given by Miss "Mildred I I
was 110. A reception was given at the James ,' : : lr c-.., Of-* I .
Fashions S J f
i The :, : p.m.
engagement of Miss Ken ed Zeta Tau Alpha ,sorority. i
A :: Mrs. J. W. Hoover and Mrs I Brooke residence following the! na Geraldlne .t hills Miller Health Center ak SPAIN'S
Noose daughter The bridegroom elect, Sylvia Butch
a I '
J. A. Jr. in ceremony :
Cafeteria
I Wethlngton came of Mr.:James Angus Bryan of graduate of Coral Gables High $129 donation. ,_ TRAVELSERVICE ,
I f 1 second with 122 followed b), European Wedding Trip Hialeah and Kenneth Noone of, School,'wW be graduated from THURSDAY, October 21 John Gulf Heat ,
r Mrs. H. L. Breland and Mrs.J. F Haddonfleld NJ.to WallaceMann the University of Florida College Alachua General Hospital StegallRepeat' Ij PHONE| I 4.

Hoffer with and Mrs. D After Europe
121, a wedding trip to Auxiliary Luncheon. ,Noon
Klrkpatrlck son of,Mrs. of Architecture and Fine 376-3777
I W. Bowman and J. B., Car. ,'the newlyweds will make i Jane Klrkpatrlck of Coral ;Gables Arts In December. He is a Holiday Inn.District Vows I 101 W. Unlv. fa '-4 41
: michael with 1161.i elr home in San Francisco.The Is announced '10 Nurses Assocltlon -
i Mrs. W. T. Zeanah and Mrs. bride attended the Sorbonne .TIle bride : elect was today.gradual- member of Sigma Nu fratern I p./Alachua On- _WILLISTON! '-.'.Mr.:..and Mrs: r I .. .
t J. F. Wharton were (tot' East- University; Paris France. ed from Hileah High School and ity.Plans oral Hospital Room 340. '. ,,J. union or.WMUston, announce .
West winners with 140 matchpoints. I The bridegroom received hisB.A. will receive her degree from have been made for, a Gainesville Rose Society I the marriage of< their @JJionJcr !
Mrs. R. W. Jones and! and Master's degrees in the College of Arts-and November wedding at Miami nn. Guaranty Federal Sav- daughter Miss Sylvia Elaine c/lutUU:1I II
; Mrs. Herbert Stern took second mechanical engineering"from of !the University of Sclence.j Springs First Presbyterian Inp and Loan AssociationCommunity Blitch.to Sgt'John, Harold
place with 138, Dr. and Mrs. E the University of Delft, Holland August Miss Noone has pledg.I church. Boom. Stegall, son of Mr and Mrs. W. JCazrhREGULAR .
R. Woodward were third with He received his Ph.D degree In B. Megan of WiOlston. JI mart Jtew
: ISM, and Mrs.W. E. Barlnger industrial engineering from the _\ The weddblff took place a n
and Mrs. W. it. Edwards Jr. UnIversity of Purdue where Dr. FashionCardBe'1efit October II a(th. Free Will
\ I fourth with 111. George Brooks was hit pro-. Baptist PastoriumJn Blakeley PERMANENT J\\ :
The club will hold its next essor. i Party Ga. The bride's mother and her ;
: game at 7.SO: this evening at the Out of town wedding guests In- Set Tonight aunt, Mrs. James A. Smith Jr.. $750 Including
t' Holiday Inn. Visitors are Invited cluded Mr. and Mr.. Howard L. were present ,
II 1 I to attend. Lewis Neptune Beach. A fashion show wiiTbe given The bride wore a twopiecedress Shampoo Set Haircut
I during the benefit dessertbridgeand : of white lace with blue Styling
.
; Lowtnan THURSDAY, October 21 followed by a reception at !the canasta party this evening'accessories. 3 Operators '

,By Josephine Bridesmaids luncheon honoring University Inn. when the House Staff Wives Following the ceremony,; the Evenings by Appointment -
I Miss Frances Dab Wedding of Miss Lois Gayle Club entertains In the J.''Hlllls couple traveled, to Fort till

: / ney Jones,. bride-elect of Fullagar, daughter of Miller Medical' Center ctfetorl- Army Base Lawton," 0 k la, HOUSE of BEAUTY
Grow Mrs. Evelyn Louise Folia-
Why where
Donald Giles Sergeant Stegall is sta-
burg.: gar of Gainesville and William um.The affair which'Is open tothe tioned. I 2300 N.W. 6th Street Phone MS72 ,
1 1t Fullagar of Rochester public, Is scheduled for 8p.m.
Kay Knopf and Miss Gene
N. Y., and Arthur Manuel ..Tickets are $1.26 per per.IOn. -
Blrdsong at the E. Ruffin
L Horne Jr., son of Mrs. Lacy .
i. Old? Jones residence, 1004 SW Edward PATPARKER'S
Sixth Avenue. Sears and the late fashions from Cherry's, Stag
Arthur M. Home, I p. m., n'Draland Franklin's Town and
: Rehearsal dinner honor. Chapel of the .University Country will be shown.
Ing Miss Frances Dabney Methodist! .Church. Those modeling Include Mrs ,
f .'Good1.Gomplexion'Makes Jones and their son, Donald
Harry Prystowsky Mrs. Lamar
1 Moore Giles, I p.m., Mr. and 'Fun Painting'Class -
Crevasse Mrs. Melvin Greer,
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Plain Face Beautiful Mrs. William Vernon Gilesof t
ListedThe who are members of the University k I Ir Istock
Lvnchbure. Va. GainesLADIES' -
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.. t "rn has its origin In teen aged I wills Golf and Country Club. Medical Guild; Mrs
k years when boys and girls second fall "Fun Painting Steve Oilman Mrs. Earl Fish-
: ., FRIDAY, October N Class" will begin Thursday er, Mrs. Ronald Mauldin Mrs.
It is true that a lovely com pick at their skin and squeese '
plexlon touches even a pla 1n, blackheads and pimples. This Breakfast for out of town at 7:30 p.m. at the Florida Unon. Rudolph Frel Mrs. Sidney Mor-
+ : featured face ,with beauty, may bruise the tissues and guests and bridal party feting Dr. Robert Carson will be rison, Mrs. Michael Steiner and
r t while a blemished ,akin' Is a spread infection. Miss Frances Dabney the instructor. Mrs. Pat Woodward, club mem- <<
Jones and Donald Moore Registration for the class,
to with class
: futures.handicap Therefore on. our com Keep Everything. ,,Ckaa Giles of Lynchburg, Va., scheduled for six sessions, i Is being bers.Mrs.. Robert C. Steelman andMrs. up now!

,I r plexlon Is well worth taking Anything that,touches the 11:30: ajn, Mr. and Mrs. C. held al the Florida Union, Joel Stein are In charge of
care of.Many. skin should be clean. By this Cooper Bell grandparents' of Room 313. The fee Is S3. arrangements for the benefit.
I factors: Influence' tilt I mean your 'hands, washcloths the bride-elect. '.
skin. There may be some or. brushes and towel ,U Wedding of Miss Frances NYLON it
\, genie or systemic malfunction you are going to try to iqueeie Dabney Jones, daughter of CONGREGATIONALUNITED BRIEFS.M* ;;
'which causes trouble.However : a blackhead: out do ao. after Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Rut- '
i more often, toco washing your hands and face fin Jones, and Donald Moore CHURCH of CHRIST t

I net diet, careless hygienic, carefully. Use gentle pressureand Giles, son of Mr. and Mrs. A* frtmliotleMl:: Meettof Te Perm A First Quality ,Nylon Tricot
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Giles of ,
Vernon
William Oalneevlll
alcohol to Ckweh WIN a.fete On ]
T, Vitamin deficiency or apply thespot ,
poor /
i ; cart of the skin, are the reions .. i Immediately afterwards Lynchburg, Va., 7 p.m., Holy Wednesday, November 18th Tailored Styling Full Cut r/1 { at
Trinity Episcopal Church Gt
One of the little ejectors Is Mra
: A* I......... Penises Celt .
S Watch Diet best and you can sterilize It in 1 171.11 n. 17.- If you are having skin tro..- alcohol before using It. 'Foster Frolics I ,i T
bl. be sure to eat a well-bal- Only those who have skin, ; l'
anced diet which Includes lean blemishes know what heartache Set ThursdayStephen I I- : ;

r meat and eggs,, whole wheat they can cause. U your Ftnwclng Plan ,
: and milk. complexion problem 1s extreme Foster Elementary pea
Be sura to remember that see a skin specialist Do School will present Its annual Fat Every Need "
: 'fruits and fruit Juices in d this before the situation becomes "Foster Frolics" Thursday at Jiiii;;.. Reg. 45C'I, r
: fresh vegetables are complex. really serious S p.m. at the school ;
ton beautifiers, especially the U yea weald like to bays A chicken pilau supper I Is 69c
: ,yellow and green vegetable my leaflet "Clear the Way planned along with hamburgers Monthly l
Avoid fried foods and greasy for ....," which tells fell hot dogs, cold drinks anda 1
,,rich items abed freckles, moles, bake sale the :
Many dermatologists fee blackheads walteneads aid I Cost for the chicken suppers SIZES
: that chocolate la a skin offend- other Blemishes. sead a $1 for adults and M cents PAIRS
er. stamped II" addressed envelope for children. payments 5 .. fOR $2 5, se 7 .
J Vitamin deficiency Can with year rage ut for Amusements will( Include
causa trouble. Therefore your leaflet limber a te Jose, pony rides a country store,
i doctor may give you supplementary phuw ....... la cart of Uh pond and talent show.

Wash your vitamin face with soap The CabMOfDo ... The public Is Invited just (oo much?

and water several times a day pt th

If It is at an oily. Calomlna lotion Famous Label at
can be applied over pirn $ UsetkAssecsiles Dacron & Cotton'POPULAR :
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L ]News of Special Interest Binghams Give Program Pre-Nuptial 1 Events I



.. To the Colored Community Honor Miss. Jones.

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Continuing the round of Saturday morning Mrs. Robert -
News items for this pace should bt directed to Ben F. Childs, Colored News wedding parties for Miss Fran- L. West and Mrs. Denver
editor by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or br phone. at FR 65753. Do not send ces Jones, whose marriage to iaughan gave a coffee for the
,items directly to the Sun office. Donald Moore Giles will take iride-to-be at the West home
Pmrd imngtnwiti, wfwn .v.n tUfc will kt Imn4 M P''t 1 place Friday evening at 7 o' More than 50 guests called dur-

SPECIAL PROGRAM ST. PETERSBURG NEWS William Andrews of Tampa, clock in the Holy Trinity Episcopal I ng the morning
There win be a special program -I Elected President passed through Gainesville yesterday Church, a trio of parties
at the Greater Bethel Larry Hunt, an honor graduate en route to Jacksonville. were given recently.
: AJtf. E. Church on Nov. 3 at 8 of Mebane High School. Ala- Miss Margaret Ford, of Ocala, J '
Mrs. Louis
Jpm. on behalf of the Matthew cbua, was elected president ofthe passed through Gainesville yesterday Monday afternoon ,:
J. Tatom and Mrs. W. E.
I Sclpplo Academy Chris- sophomore class at Gibbs en route to High Springs. )
entertained with
Baringer a
: flan School at Ocala. Junior College here defeating Mrs. Ella Jones flew yesterday .
luncheon Inn
at the Holiday ,
: Rev. Damon Dell pastor of three other candidates for the to Boston, Mass., on a
10 honor Miss Jones. \
Bartley Temple Methodist l position. brief visit and outing with her ;. xw
Church will be the principal! daughter, Mrs. Mamie F. Williams Pink and white'colors. were HAWAii
speaker on the occasion. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS and other relatives. used In the luncheon appolntr 4.\i

J The public Is Invited.. Mt. Morlah Baptist There ments with rosebud corsages ... IP y.
1 NOTICE
will be a business meeting tomorrow marking each guest's .place.A I tnchuitinf wonderland
Breakfast will be served In of color and spectacular
adorned
candelabrum with
} ALACBUA NEWS 7:30 p.m. I
the of the scenery fantastic sights
I lilt Anniversary Begins Greater Ft Clark Baptist Grove dining Primitive room Church Shady; pink roses and white pompon friendfyp.ople. Hiwiii U
i The 8th anniversary of Superintendent Sunday School 10 a.m.; preaching Baptist chrysanthemums, flanked by sun and fun and littering-
S. K, Lampkins 11 a.m. and preaching, Communion on Sunday from I am. to I white china compotes holding ophuticitlon Um perfect
pastor of the East Side Church; 3 p. n. Rev. W., A. a.m. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re arrangements of the same flowers YOUIII.varatlonlan""-It wilt. mrpiM St* it

i of God In Christ, here began Miles, pastor; Mrs. MayftlaItatman porter. centered the table.: White your fondest tipwUtioni.
I yesterday through Nov. I. reporter. Dr. and Mrs N. B. Bingham home after two year In laths;where the former candles in silver holders Chora BrowiMll
limiry
i ML Carmel Baptist Youth ALACHUANEWS Man a science consultant for the Indian Ministry of Education, art pictured pItted the decoration. com'l escorted tour featuring i leisurely .
t Forum, today, 7.30 p.m., and 'Halloween Carnival' Set above at Hyderabad. They had Inaugurated a science teachers unit of the Hy I Seated itramtr travel l tab
SPECIAL NOTICE also the Choir will have Its rehearsal There will be a Halloween derabad Teachers organisation as one of many projects In connection with with the honoree were uloiw hottli, completeaights..ing
The semi annual session of Carnival at the Church of God her mother, Mrs. E. Ruffln ntifhbor-
i I p. m.; Teacbera'Meeting work under the U.S. Agency for International Development program.Alachua I bland .
ones, Miss Kay Knopf. Miss visits |H>rinc4
i the Women's Home Mission and Thursday, 7 p.m., and In Christ on Oct. 31 at 8 p.m. lour dlrwtor Ihrouihnut.
Educational Convention auxiliary also Business Meeting, I p.m.; here. County Retired' en during their travels. and weather conditions'as varied Mlldered Griffith, Mrs. Delbert Ask ... for folders and
of the Jerusalem Missionary and the Choir will again have 'There will be toll of goodies Teachers Association heard an The first summer, the Bing- aa other features of India Sterrett Mrs. J. Wayne Rests detail
I Baptist Association with Rev. rehearsal Friday, 8. p.m. to eat and,prizes to win. The informal talk on their experiences hams established four Institutesin Rains, flood swollen rivers. Mrs Drayton Klnard, Mrs Archie .II .. II day Shower I
T. D. Davis moderator, will bet public Is .invited. Elder Carr Mrs. Winston W. Little '- -1 .........
Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; Mrs Hugh in India by Dr. and Mrs. different university centers, washed > out bridges and roads Mrs.
Ralph Page Mrs. Burton 'NM .$I.

.( held at the New Hope' Baptist .Esther W. Hamm, reporter, .Anderson pastor. N* E. Bingham at a Saturday where science teachers studiednew and mud marked the twomonthseason Woodward, Mrs Rae Weimr awn
: Church with Rev. J. H. Phillips 'St. Paul C. M. E. Morning morning meeting in. the Myra course content and methods of the monsoons. Mrs. Russel Mrs. .
pastor, Nov. 20 through and stable factor In In Danburg WORLD
worship, 11 .m.; evening Terwilliger, School. of teaching. The second The one
J. Hillis Miller Mrs. James H.
i Nov. 22. Mrs. I.... A. Williams, worship, I p.m. Rev. B. P. The Blnghams returned this 1 summer, 16 Institutes in differ dla, according .to the speakers! Fogel, Mrs Horton H. Hobbs
president; Mrs. Esther W. Weary, pastor. fall after.two years In India, ent sections: of the country were seemed to be a universal rever- Mrs. E. H. Smith, and Mrs. L TRAVEL
.t ,' Hamm,reporter. Spring Hill Baptist Ushers' where Dr. Bingham was a science organized. nee for animals and a dread D. Butterfleld. SERVICE
'r ---- Board No. 1 will meet Monday, consultant to the Ministryof A syllabus for the teaching of of killing any llvmg thing In
. : ADJNGINBOSPITAL I p.m. Rufus Moss, president.Rev. Education for the Indian government general science was preparedby chiding insects: such'I'' as flies Gifts of silver were present.// .
'1' i, Mrs. Battle Jordan is ailing In T.. Davis, pastor; Mrs under the U. S. International the !Institute participants mosquitoes and other pest-type ed esses.to the honoree by 101 W. Ui.lv.' PR 1.4141JUIUIIIII

: the Alachua General Hospital. Barbara H. Bryant, reporter. Development Program.The and 10,000 copies have beta creatures.
Friends hope she will be wen Bronson Mt Moriah Baptist object of the work done printed for distribution.. Mimeographed
f : soon. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reNt The revival meeting has throughout their stay was to upgrade materials were also
l porter begun each day at 8 p.m. Rev.C. teaching of science by as prepared for use in chemistry, WIN'ee. aJIicnj CfaIlcr I.

t L. Dennison will speak both sisting the native teachers. physics and biology teaching 50 CJsjIloni of
", HAWTHORNE NEWS Thursday and Friday at 8 p.m. Dr. Bingham, UF professor of ,In their work, the Blnghams
c Pleas HaOoweea Party, Rev. Mack Gardner, pastor; science education' and Mrs drove thousands of miles visiting i GULP fUlL OILAISOUmiYflll r )
;'; : The Parent Teacher AssocIation Mrs. Eva Anderson,reporter. Bingham, now a fifth grade and.helping with the insti- tVUY TOO. AND MU. : J! tltart low9JCm'rrlc;
of Shell Elementary Mt Olive Primitive Baptist- teacher at the Terwill I g e r tutes.
School'at Hawthorne is sponsoring Sunday School, 1:30: a.m.; morn school also showed slides tak They found the scenery road.''ASK.
a Halloween Party at the ing worship, 11 a m.; and evening I i PERMANENT \ :
school on Oct. 31 from 8 p.m. worship (:.30 p.m. Rev. H. to vw Imky Numb li liREGULAR
to 8 p.m. Kinney, pastor; Mrs. Barbara DeVoreSheppardVows ..,.... a.1 ,- ............. i $750 aJ.
i The public Is Invited. Mrs. Watson, reporter. I Gull ....... ......., ingludingl

.J.T. Henderson, president. I I I? c......., Of- Shampoo SatSryllitf H.Ircut
PERSONALS I

; BABY SHOWER GIVEN Rev. J. S. Shannon Sr., recently TO' BE' MARRIEDThe Exchanged SPAIN'S_ 1 Operators '
The fellow employees of the returned here from Chicago I marriage of Miss Ethel I Evenings by Appointment 1
local General Electric Co. surprised Ill, where he was visitIng Mae Jones (above) to Solomo. OCALA Mrs. Mary Frances length sheath dress of vlo 1 Ie I t t r 1 :Gulf Riot
: Mrs. Bettye Stoney-Allen with his son and daughter' Davis will be held Sunday at Sheppard of Ocala and William taffeta with purple accessories .PHONI HOUSE of BEAUTY

with an Informal baby showeron In-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shan- 3 p.m. at fit..Petersburg.The Elbert DeVore of Red- She carried a mother of pearbride's i j I .., ., I7M717
w 2100 N.W. 0th Street fhea.,2.IS72
Friday, Oct. 18, in the cafeteria non Jr.Miss .' bride elect la She daughter dick, were married Saturday, Bible brought from ttu: __
; at the plant. Hattie Mae Smith and of Mrs. Mary Jones of 822: afternoon at the home of Mr.' the Holy Land by Mrs Ear 1
Mrs. Allen received m a ny Miss Mary H. Floyd, both of S.E. 6th Ave., Gainesville, and and Mrs. Cutler Collins Ocala, Harris of Ocala.
beautiful gifts and also a cash Dothan, Ala., arrived here yes- the late Henry D. Jones, Sr. close friends of the bride. She was attended by hei I PAT
gift from the plant's nurses. terday on a brief visit with rel. I Miss Jones Is a 1963 grad Members of the Immed 1 late daughter Miss Mary France;!
____ uate from Lincoln \.,
I lives and friends. High school families were present for the Sheppard Ocala, who
wore i istreetlength
CARDS SYMPATHY Miss Geneva F. Jackson, of She Is pursuing a course to become candlelight ceremony. Dr. U.S. dress of mot s PARKER'S

The pastor, officers and Tampa, is visiting here with a secretary at St .Peters-. Gordon of Gainesville 1 longtime green silk Jersey with champagne ...." -
members of the Spring Hill friends for two weeks. burg. friend of the bridegroom colored accessories.
Baptist Church sympathize with Miss Bettye Daniels and Miss Solomon Davis groom-elec,. officiated for,the_ double. ring -a
s, the Gaskin ,family during its Mary Barber both of Sanford, ,'is the son of Mr.' and Mrs, ceremony. Henry DeVore, Reddick, served
bereavement. Rev. T. D. Davis, were sightseeing in the University -Eathod Davis" at St Peters Lavender and white flowers as his father's best man.,

pastor; Mrs. Barbara H. Bryant City yesterday. burg. and white xandles In as heirloom A small reception followed. aws
,reporter. silver candelabrum adorned Mrs. Larmar Bell and Mlsi I I

the Improvised altar In jhe Penny DeVore. Jacks onviHe
s : NOTICE \ I living room of the Collins daughters of the bridegroom,
The Home Mission Society, N home. presided at the bride's table,,
k who la headed by the capable Home Agent's Wedding music was played by which was decorated In lavender .
1 Mrs. Maggie Hall, Is asking all I a Miss Fanny Dansby of Reddfch. and white, highlighted b} ,stock up now!

members to please give her I : cousin of the bridegroom white candles in heirloom silver n ... ,
their donations for the Florida Notebook The bride wore a street candelabra.
Memorial College for their annual -
4, Donation Day by Nov. 13 r. W > NYLON BRIEFS
so that ahe will be able to make By CLARICE E.. ROBINSON 5 CONGREGATIONALUNITED
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.V her report on Nov. 17. Mrs. Agriculture Extension Service
; Y Barbara H. Bryant, reporter.. A ., j'_ ". n.. CHURCH of CHRIST
a
I For the wild duck and wild flavor and adds Its own flavor \.,.....,..M..., MMMM T* 'MM A Pint Quality. NyUn Tricot
NOTICE goose chasers this Information''to the meat. ...,.rlU.. Ckwck WIN !. H.U 0. / ,
Dinners will be sold Saturday night prove valuable in cookIng -, November 18thAl Tailored Styling Full Cut ,
I Wednesday _
at the home of Mrs. Bernlce the wild Roast covered, In a 323 F. y
w Gaskin, of 721 S. W. 5th Terrace game. oven for 2V4 hours. Because l.*...-. ',MM CH Whir ) Pistols
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; on behalf of the Calendar Skin and wash the wild duck there III wide variance In wild i 872-1117 I7. .IS. .. m-04l

.. I Rally, sponsored by Choir No. horoughly. Soak the duck for at ducks, it's beat to test for doneness -
U.The least 10 hours In a pan of water when half done first IM
: menu consists of the fol1 laced with > tablespoons hours. Salt the duck when ball .
lowing: chicken: or ham, field of salt and 1 tablespoon soda done. A Finincing Pltnfor

[peas, potato salad cornbread for each gallon of water. Thl.will Soak wild goose I to 8 hours Every Nod 45
f I and a dessert. take out the gamey taste. In same ingredients for wild I .
The donation Is $1. Mrs. Bar. You can be generous with the duck. Change the water several: Reg.

I |bar H. Bryant, reporter.CONVALESCING ingredients because washing In times. Salt goose Inside and out.:1 I PAIR .
cold water win remove any salt Stuff cavity with same Ingredients 69c '
( or soda taste.' I ss above for duck.: Monthlypayments
Williams, member of
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Place of bacon fat I
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preparing the duck forte
the Spring Hill Baptist Church, '
ibo Is Ill, was reported as imvlng. oven, slice apples, onions, across the breast of the b I r d I PAIRS ;SI.ZIS i;
Mrs. Barbara H. Bry- celery and carrots four ways; or pour cream over it Baste 5 $2 ', J
|ant, reporter. and lightly stuff each body,often with red wine and the fat rat' ;
cavity. The opening does n o t that collects in the pas Bake i iS
y TALENT PROGRAM have to be closed u the stuffing in 325 F oven 3H to 4 hours
The Laymen's Movement of will be discarded. Its purl -I for I pound or larger goose. much?
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I' Report on French-English Crisis in Canada TVA I rence Holofcener is !the narrator.
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j timely' and incl.lve'report Quebec'Province; where "I h'e from Montreal, Quebec City I Canada's Prime Minister Lester I The Intertel program Is a pro- Sun Want Ads

on the raging controversy between French' Canadians are Insisting Verdun, and other regions. Pearson, a Nobel Peace duction of the National Educa.tbnai .
French and English Can- Get Results]
g 1 New Hornet' sWans over French demands on more power over the economy The program also covers the Prize winner and former United Television network and .

fop' more control will be examIned more return of the tax opposing viewpoints of French Nations Assembly president, !Company.Westinghouse B r e a Basting

AUMO, c ill,'(AP) Negro I i Flood tt, obtained a tempo.r.ry' .' in"Canada a new Intertel In Crisis documentary ," telecast and monies more collected self government by Canada, and English Canadians, lead. Premier, and Rene Jean Levesque Lesage of, Minister Quebec I

bastbatl star Curt Flood and his court order, ing government officials, writers Chester R. Yates CLU
restraining today at S Channel of
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cameras Journalists, artists and
family'settled! Into their leased Monday to be able to occupy the 8.
those who '
examine the unrest among discuss the
and who the educational SPECIAL
clergymen, assess AGENT
fttMff; house today after awarm I h r e e-bedroom ; rinch-styl "Canada In Crisis" takes a violence that has occurred in social, traditional, 'controversy.Dan NEW YORK LIFE .
from their white house at Alamo suburb eco-I'
greeting I quiet
hard look the dispute the
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explosive country as I result of the nomic, and religious : INSURANCE COMPANY
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neighbors Instead of the loaded of 1,7(1 persona'The that the producer
shotgun they had been .warnedto centers primarily In toning Issues with coverage the- conflict- I writer and director. L*... P.. O. In MI S7 .". I7MJ2IIN
Floods'.attorney said In a
Mocct.
suit'' that George Finn and an MAYTAC PfOPtf .EL.EVE. N MAYTAG
The IL Louis Cardinals center unnamed man had brandished PEOPLE BFUEVE IN MAYTAG IA' BEUEV/O

fielder was all smiles. His preg. shotguns at the home Saturday:

pant- ,wife wept for Joy. night and told Phyllis Schofleld

Y "We think It's so fine you are a real estate agent, that they
O here," said Mrs Joseph Cone of would shoot any Negroes woo

:Alamolocated IS miles east of tried to move Into the neighbor .
Oakland, Calif., at the Floods hoot
moved In Tuesday with the aid! .
i of a court order. "Especlallj: : i
since you have 'ow.children y Channel 5

We live juitll'ClUJll.&hteorne. l ,.'

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with them," ..1ei'Mn. Dan
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i play baseball better." Extensive local television cov. :

The welcomes and d waiting era,,"'of Tuesday's election re

i fully prepared meal ,reducedFlood' turns Is being planned by th s

\ tears '. wife, $Beverly, 23. tot University of Florida's channel 2 DAY SALES BLITZ!

I "I'm all choked up. We ': t:1: five educational station,

J eeI.- country ionosphere, WUFT. i

place where our.kids could e*- Returns from Alachua, Bradford 8 A.M THURSDAY TIL 6 P.M. FRIDAY
pend. When we saw this house, Cllchrlst
[ Marlon, Putnam, ,
4 we knew it was what we wanted
Levy, Dixie and Columbia counties

j flood, Mrs.la I'IoocIlllcI.'t natlv of the area win be posted during the

r and was Technical.,adu.tlCUrom School. His Oakland wife program Two .minute that begins election at t roundups p.m.- 34 HOURS OF RECKLESS DISCOUNTING'

,is from St Louis
Moving day for the Floods Included will be shown at 7 and 7:30: I

assistance from- locksmith p.m I
and the sheriff of Contra 45 MAYTAGSUH
I News director Don Grooms
Costa County.The No One Undersells -NOTICE
[said accurate results from area
sheriff and 11 deputlei I
counties should be reported by
searched the borne, presumablyto off Jim Voylcs and SHII
the time the program goes
BE SOLD IN J4 HOURS
I see ,If t tit was safe, before the air If y u pUn t. buy new wisher lr rfrycr 4iin -
Flood and his wife moved In. the not 6 minthj, yiu wc it t* yl ,
The locksmith opened the locked Students In the School of Jour. CNF tVFRY 45 MINUTES elf t buy n w 4unnq thi> hi)
drilling I hole In aback and Communications
house by nalism
P rni r>( Al OF YOUR OtOICFSi
door, then changed an the, will help gather Information and Service 44 HOUR SALE OF SALEi

locks for the Floods for the election broadcast. f US N0v\ ALL NEW MODELSWE'LL
The Flood planned ,to stay *

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Wednesday, October 28, 1964 Gainesville Sun IS 1
I'Alligator
and la used chiefly In the first-clau skins while Argentine -- -- -
cording to Mr. Edclmin and patterns are centered or If
United Stales. hides are scorned be-
Status in Fashion Rises cause their scales are too only the underside Is used. they are absolutely symmetrK
Actually the only le
way Crocodile and alligator are cal on both sides of( a bag;
tell aa alllgater from aj erect brittle and hard. ere the oaly leather Sold by then two skins were almost I
_. O Writs fork Stmri Of these three facts proba- Joffe, Ltd., leather importers They now cost ,twice as dlM la to look at Its teeth. Skins from Braiil Mr. Hahn the inch and the widest part certainly used and they had I
[By VIRGINIA LEE WARREN bly only the second matters to and tanners said recently. much as three years ago ac Aa alligator's fourth tooth fits and Mr. Edelman'.grefd, Is measured to set the price. to be perfectly matchednot
most women and it seems to Prices are likely to keep cording Mr, Edelman. Oth- Into a socket while the fourth have only side strips that are A larger skis brings considerably an easy task
NEW
YORK All:gators act as a lure rather than a rising. er things being equal, the tooth .f a crocodile shows usable while alligator skins inch than
,more per a crocodile has
find An
crocodiles alligator or
an the lar deterrent skins of both alligators and evea wbea Its mouth Is closed. from Mexico are especiallyfine
AD coutrles are restrlrtlafthe smaller
gest living reptiles and have, one. scales the it
> the but In short supply. as many day
are
crocodiles cost same.
and
"We thought alligator This Is -
( the with one reason why
t *skins (that make the moat ei- killing reptiles Is full
hatches when It
( pensive leather and that can- crocodile had become really the result that ..... skins The word crocodile appears What Interests buyers ot It takes from 20 to 35 years some bails cost more than others as
jnot be told apart once they big last year, but this year lave bees available this year in a recognizable torn In European skins is not the species but for one of the reptiles to grow grown As .the body expands,
have been made into .handbag : it's even more 10," Arthur Ed- !I. tMtratt to 15MM II years languages while alligator Its point of origin. big enough for its skin to be Other reasons are the centering so do the vales, especially
!. : elman president d Fleming- ag'. Is found only in English Florida alligators often yield I suitable for a handbag ao of the skins If the scale I those down the center.
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By BENARD CAVZER young people, most Jhem high By 2:30: a.m., the party was Hughes. There,' she said, MIchael grade' science teacher at McKInley The Dutchers were fined $250 young guests in their own home hibits selling or giving alcohol
DARIEN, Conn., (APOn school seniors, June grads or over. Some of the young se t; seemed to be feeling his Elementary School It I each., at private parties., Yes, the to persons under the age of 21.
the court docket: they were two freshmen and sophomores in went on to the home of som i liquor. Fairfield He earns .,000 a y ear They were alone In pleading Judge says."That A business executive recalls,
separate" cases: college. There were Glenn Car- young marrieds for a nightcap 'The' Judge listened,' studied and works In the summer and I nolo contendere. The 11 other is the law, as I see It I "When the accident first happened
-A 18-year-old charged with ter, Nancy Dutcher and Wil At 4:07: a.m. Glenn Carter' photographs of the dead girl!, during party season as a bar. defendants chose to fight the do not support or condemn It. I we an said, 'my gosh, the
reckless driving and negligent Ham Alpert -and Michael car rolled along Mansfield Avenue and said the whole situation tender.. charges. uphold the law. To do otherwise kids are drinking. Then when
homicide. Smith and Nancy Hitchings. and rounded the curve made him "sick to stom Smith was sentenced b Eielson would be to be derelict In my the warrants were Issued people
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my Judge who has one
._ Thirteen adults, includingfour And there were perhaps 60 near Mansfield Place. He saw duty." realized, 'My gosh, they got
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directed police to Judge Eielson to six months >in I child, a boy of 13, is aware of '
prominent couples and a adults, counting the parents and the wreck. "
make detailed In Connecticut, the law pro-I the drinks in my house.
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grade school science teacher, grandparents, favorite uncles, The 1964 Ford station wagon investigation. jail, suspended after N days, on I his Image as being strait-laced
charged with serving liquor to and close family friends. It was had missed the turn, plowed How was it that teen-agers were a negligent homicide charge. Hi I But be says this is because he
minors. formal through a hedge and crashed served liquor Who gave it to also was fined $50 for reckless: demands decorum In court, bar

The second grew from the The guests came along Near. against a tree. On the ground, them? Why I driving.Bond was set at 11,000 I ring women In slacks prohibiting

first( but for fashionable, sophisticated water Road and were directed U feet from the car, lay MIchael It wasno secret! that teenagers ending an appeal. gum chewing, ordering, boysto .". A
Darien It added up Into parking places by four off Valentine Smith, 18. He in Darien drink'They. Two days later,'ihe Dutcberi have haircuts. He owns a .,
to one thing: Darien was on duty Darien policemen. was unconscious.',Sprawled In have been drinking since the appeared before Judge Alfred iwat, loves to fish and ski, and
I trial Greeting them were Dr. and the car was Nancy Hitchlngs. accident They were drinkingfor Toscano in Stamford Eielson personally enjoys a good drink. THE
,_, It began on the night of Monday Mrs. George S, Hughes,Mr. and 17,daughter of George P. Hitch- summers long before it had disqualified himselfand "'I still cannot condone a situation .I
June 2t Mrs. William F. Otterstrom and logs a vice president of AmerI- They were probably no different said they did not wish to contest In which this parental POLL TAX '
I :At 10 Nlckerson lane, lights I Mr..and Mrs Dudley Felt Dr can AIrline.. She was dead than the :.young ,people"" in the charges In'this way, they responsibility. is ignored," ,be t tAMENIll
were ablaze In the ranclwtyle Hughes Is a psychiatrist with a It was time for Darien to takea wealthy suburbs elsewhere./ pleaded ,neither Innocent: nor says'
"home. On the broad lawn be- practice In Darien Otterstrom++ hard look at Itself. When the, police turned In I guilty but, in effect sought the. I He was' ashen, does the' law il iIrE
} the house and holly pond, ts a vice president of Olin Mathlewn of the court. to
seen It was forced to do so by a 38- their report Judge Elelson mercy really apply people serving '
:!an Inlet of Long bland Sound, a Chemical Corp. Felt Is a year-old Judge, Rodney S. Elel- issued warrants for the arrest of the poll tax M;a requirement ed voting. .
marquee bad been erected. TheM consulting engineer with an son. On Sept 17, Michael Valentine i in Federal. ejections -- ;i
orchestra set Its Instruments office on Park Avenue Smith, mended from the 14 adults, charging them with Decorator Styled !r''
and music stands In place., It was a gay, well-chaperoned cuts and bruises of the accident violation of the Connecticut
::This was the coming-out party party, ,with wonderful dance stood on trial before him. Michael Liquor Control Act. Part of the HOLLAND:!
:for Christina Ann Hughes, Lucite music and food. There were two said he bad no recollection code states that "... any person '

Ottet: from and Marguerite. ban, one with soft drinks and of the accident, dIdn" know except the parent or guardian DRAPERY FABRICS first introduced the amendment In 1949 m* ksevery :
Felt. !* : the other with alcoholic bever- who was driving The car belonged of a minor, who delivers or 'I session of4eMsieesd Congress thereafter. Both hoMwfinal

,::The girls had Invited 200 ales. to Nancy Hitchlngs' gives any such liquors to"such tt OMrwheJmioffr. to 1MB. sjefK :
mother. minor, except: on the order of a I WM MtV dllMs ;,

Before the Judge practicing physician! ,' shall be The) Reused aassssdsassst Mt become III'I !fit
was the report
I ( T"e Stars Say It'll Be"JLyndon of Fairfield County Coroner subject 30-113 to.the" Maximum'penalty penalties of section I Aesessdmee A II III Fedsul. OeaeMb9osb,

Isadore U Kotler. It stated that Is 'I,. fine and one,year in DISCOUN"T flTTY Met L BOMMet. '
Bobby PierreNEW Michael, a 1-foot ISO-pounder, JaiL I I PRICES I Iot lei

had had .12 scotch and water The of F TOW UMTS AS A CfTBMREELECT :
'tin I highballs during the, night of booking Dr. and Mrs. .
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partying. Some of the drinks Hughes,' Mr.. and .Mrs. Otter- /
'astrologers have ,consulted the says Johnson in one of his lor. !Michael said, were served him, tram, Mr. and Mrs. Felt and j

heavenly bodies and say Prei mer lives was a Hindu holy I at a "pre-party party" at the Francis Dutcher (Mrs. Dutcher SPESSARD L.

dent Johnson wDl win big next man who wandered the woods I home of Mr. and Mrs. Franc* was away, settling daughter The Furniture Manufacturers if
.:Tuesday. '. of northern India On Tuesday; ]E.: Dutchef. Dutcher Is .vice .fancy,to school).was handled

*?The latest reading of the stirs the priest says, Johnson will I president, .of Johns-Manville with consideration. The press HOLLANDU.
was barred,, and,,
,collect his reward for this 4 : Uncouples
f from India also Indicates vie just Nancy ire allowed to depart through AMPLE HOUSE
lacy for Democratic SerIate hard tour of duty. Dutcher, 17, (fold Judge I rear exits. Also booked were the ,b.
I .Hopefuls Pierre Salinger In Cal- ,- I Elelaonn: ,flat drinks bad been
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l; Cornet now time to talk about a development In Florida 1 y
h football that hu been ai elusive for the Gators to grab or c JOE HALBERSTEIN
find M that always longed-for. "next year" Sue Sports Editor '
That would be a superior quarterback. Florida's wealth of fine back
It would Mem that young Stew Spurrier; tophomoriUi notWithstanding has evaporated to the stag
[ Lasso promise of becoming the key that where Coach Ray Graves will Wednesday, octob.r ZL 1964
the Galon often needed to unlock) the, door to gridiron Y : start three sophomores alon I''
v hIII tL e d with senior and team c.ptalnl
Ill (. a* far M ta sty Chat tf Spsrrier mwents tile anal Larry Dupree against Auburn

w, pltfaOs el Itjnrles and academies, he was nay .. the beet Saturday., I
k quarterback .. Cater football history before be,taker ell Jersey Graves said yesterday t hat.. GHS
Me..; 11 Isr the final toe. Gus Defends MiraAndy Steve Spurrier will open .t: HopesTo
-. Florida baa bad more than Its share of players with "can't quarterback. John Fetber .t '
miss"tags before And they've missed. Guatafmn, Miami athletic director and former head football coach defended fullback and Don Knapp
Certainly Spurrier an all-around sports star In high school, his All-America star George Mira who drew sharp criticism from San at one halfback spot
: equally proficient at football, basketball and baseball, seemsto Francisco: 4>cra coach Jack Chrhtianaen after last Sunday's loan to Minnesota. Knapp turned In a tine I effort -
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haft at right intredtats going for him. Guatafaon aid he didn't expect Mira to make it in the pros hla first season against Alabama In the Rebound
I but la confident the former Hurricane quarterback will do it big eventually. \
He raw wen, passes en0etly and bloke almost flaw- 17 14 defeat last week although -
kssr/. Aid abate. by ....... a* her plays aad gains mere he played most of the
experts,brt....to aiintmte mistakes.It's lame with an injury. Graves r Gainesville High will hope to the Live Oak backfield saying
been ran since a aopbomore has made such an 1mpresliOD Group Changes Listed said the hard running Pesos rebound from a loss to Chattanooga "Any one of them can beat you
en football -1oobrI at the vital quarterback po- count came of age In the Tide Term, Central Thursday at any time. You can't key on
IItIo lame. 'night when It travels to Orlando one man."
Although there wasn't much for a contest: with rugged The Tornadoes will work on.

:, He Scrambled .Alabama For 1965. Tourney PlayLocal noise at the Gators' practiceLineman Boone. all\ phases of the game today
I The Hurricanes will be facing but again will stress defense.

a% I made a comment last week that Gator quarterbacks, one of the top teams In Class Spirited Drill
&' both Spurrier and senior Tom Shannon, would be most and area schools have I moving up In clsss after winning In Group 6. Keystone Heights AA Region 111.I Lincoln ran through a highly
fortunate to "scramble": to the Alabama game as they did been switched for 1965 state many Class A state titles' Is listed In Group 7 along with I Starting backs Al Simmons spirited drill Tuesday getting
tourney basketball play. (including one last year); De- Milliard Yulee and Crescent and Brian Hipp currently an ready for strong FAMU High I
Floyd Lay executive secretary land Ocala and Sanford. !City. Newberry Trenton. Melrose \- 'bruised, but may be ready for In a homecoming battle here
of the Florida High School SUrke will take part In Group: and Hawthorne will playin ,Thursday's battle. Thursday night. .
Activities Association, h a s announced 4 In Class A. The other teams, Group t while Chlefland, P. K. Yonge, which Is busily Coacb: Jesse Heard sent the
.. the setup for the 16 are Lake City Live Oak aDd Bronson and Cedar Key will I J preparing for Its homecomingtattle Terriers through all phases of
groups In Classes AA, A, B and. Macclenny.In : I compete ta Group 10. with St. Pete Admiral offense In an effort. to "really
C. Class B. Lake Butler will Farragst Friday night, workedon open up this week,
Teams will compete in group compete with Baldwin and Callahan \- The from new three setup teams runs to generally six In- all phases of the game In Heard said the squad Is in

lay\ then move into the 're,- In Group I. Cross City, a group A few groups have as Tuesday's practice good physical shape and fired
locals before being! trimmed Santa Fe, P. K. Yonge and schools. Coach Mike Gutlerres said I up for homecoming.
down to four teams in each: North Marlon are bracketed ta many as seven the Blue Wave Is trying to adapt Uncoln will have a light prac-
lass for the state finals here group 7. Willlston will play in The changes "M; allow more to the many offensive forma Ice today. rehearsing all
well In Florida's'first four contests. I Gainesville High School will Group I along with Lake Weir, tourneys to be played closer to Ions run by the Farragut team. phases of the game.
River. which located He also said PKY ran through This week's will be of i
compete in Group S In Class Dunnellon and Crystal areas In teams are game
Spurrier played an the And how ha scrambled..He
way. AA. The other teams In the The Class C alignment finds and also afford better se a lengthy pass defensive drill, Importance to Lincoln In the I
able to the Tide defenders for vital
was run agatast pursuing '
yardage times ta the group; are Daytona Beach Mainland Bell grouped with Brandfo r d, lection of tourney sites to stimulate readying for the visitors' pasting Big Nine North Conference. The
many game.If Daytona Beach Seabreeze, Fort White Mayo and Salem_' fan Interest L attack. Terriers are In first place: and
f,: there Is nay ana itesa that bas to Impress n caBaued. 't I' Halfback MareD Tyre Is the FAMU Is In a three way tie
;' observer.. Spurrier to at work If, his. poke ta ..... Top lone player bothered by an Injury for the second spot.Parker .
.itaad w. Eel deck cnargtag ttnetaan after charging. Bna- Southern Cal with a sprained ankle.
#* man to keep en.........ire an open pan.... Rehling ComparesGolf Larry Beckman,1 Fiori.da' He didn't participate In full
3 Twice this season ho has maneuvered around to throw out offensive guard, practice: Tuesday but la expected / Hits
.. of danger for touchdowns. TIle long pass to end Charles QuarterbackGets win voted lineman of the to be able to play some Frt:
.. Casey ta the Oto Miss game and the short one to end Randy week In the state for hla day night. 574 SeriesMerrill
!I.j Jackson, In tha Alabama ,contest servo ,as prime ex HonorBy 'Circles' fine play aitlnat Alabama Rash Of Injuries I Ii
4 v 1.ampla.. I but Saturday. The i A rash of Injuries cropped up Parker of Cannon In-
t I Slier, veteran sports editor ef the KnoxvlUe News. S.%, 212-pound junior, In the Santa ,. camp after IIIRt l xuranie topped the Industrial
"Y Sentinel, watched the Uf-Bama gams. He noted Tide quarterback TED MEIER By CHARLES REID coach, said that golf encompasses : playa the woak aid Friday night's battle with rugged League at Calm Lanes Tuesday
: Steve Sloan halls from Cleveland Tenn., and Spur, Associated: Press Sports Writer UF Student Jeenallsl all of Lerner's circles guard. He opened the) Fernandlna Beach. : night with 574 series, lie put
'rierte from Johnson City ta the Volunteer Stete. Craig Fertlg, quarterback for Are you growing' old? If so, "Golf Is a challenge," Reh- hole that led to vital Four starters all are doubtfu I I together games ol 200 183 .
"Wonder how Doug Dickey and Tennessee would be doing the University of Southern Cal why not do it gracefully? Try ling said. "It's a relaxer an Florida first down yardage for this week's clash with a I 191.
this season B they had both of these bcouMtaters playing ornia Trojans, was named i golf It's a challenge.: equalizer and a form of exer and to the second, strong Orange Park eleven '01 I Elmer Droadwell Can non's,
SUer ... Quarterback ta the admittedly weak position ta Back of the Week today by The In his plea to tile GalnesvUk else. Whether you're rich or touchdown, according to the road. had SM, Jack Tomllnson Can.t .
1'' the Tennessee team attack this year ta 1cu,', switchover: Associated Press Rotary Club members yesterday ., poor' when you step up to the offenelvo UF coach Pay Defensive end Larry Martli t non's; and Jim Wells, Smith
t, from single wing to wtag-T football Fertlg threw four touchdown Conrad Rehling! UF got tee,you are equal.. per Rodctrs.'uesday has a bruited hip; halfa.dRuneU I Sinclair, both had 847s. Bill
SUer 11 mm rah I "Spurrier, ta Us. high. school days, posts asset and over-all completed pro and physical education Instructor "Golf Is a spiritual lesson. In Taylor, a spralnei c I Holmes Cannon', had a. V*
;; eeued knack si earning. through ta the dutch. na.'. a ZI of 2S passes for 371 yards ta a2SZl compared golf to Max golf tf you don't shoot straight, It knee; linebacker Donate I best game
lie ran attribute the MUty to..... victory over California last Lerner' "circles" the way hi you csn't win. If we don't keep drill., Graves"We're said down to was but a Boggs sprained ankle; fullback Cannon's hit a fine 3843 serifs
Saturday u the Trojans describes man.. I good Mac Crawford IOW-WI-9J3 The ION was
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The Gator sophomore to going to be a marked youngster our straight, we are In The knew
bounced back from their defeat Lerner' six circles Include: trouble I mess again. boys Crawford was the leading best single" game.
om here on. Alabama worked him ever strongly last Setup .t the hands of Ohio State thepreIOUI too. chat they have' to do this
the mental circle\ ; the cultural round gainer against Fernan- Splits t were made by Paul I
da,. But bo was still there pitching: the end. week. "Golf Is an emotional social week what they're up against
circle; the spiritual circle; the dins and Is the season'sloprusher. ,; Germans, University Chevrolet
In the last two minutes of play and academic: equsllxer. It will In Auburn.
emotional circle; the physical ] 7 10; Jack Russell Can-
Caught on the Run ertig completed six straight circle; and the social circle. teach you patience, to'control Berahardt, Belter The Rebels worked on offensive non'., i. 7; Holmes, 1. 7.10.;
asses for 83 yard the last for Rehling former UF goll f your temper and you II find On the plus side, Injured j tuning Tuesday and plan to Broadwell, 3. 7; AI H. I e
( Alabama's lino blocking\ ta final quarter against Gators 22 yards and the winning TD. In out It does no good to curse I IIIttJe nebacker Jim Bernhardt. out spend lime on defense, today Florida Pest Control 4.7.1;
rmed most devastating a Southeastern Conference game addition be averaged 31.' yards "Our lives are In a circle."A everal weeks with a broken Coach Charlie Roberta will rearrange Sam Smith, J.,,.,'., I 10;
years Freddie Russell sports editor of the Nashville, on punts Wittenberg bit of all this is golf. :knuckle, may see action against some of the defensive John Benyo Allstate 1ft IU r-
Fern., Banner put the Gator-Tide game ta his "top five" of BIU Wolskl!, Notre Dame halfback Small Rehling said the main purI I he Tigers Halfback Alan Foe patterns to adjust to 0 r a n g e sure, HO; John Rochester
rail-time football thrillers. Russell also II' much Impressed ; Jim Grabowskl. Illinois Keeps pose of golf Is to try to find a 1 rill lest his sprained ankle today Park's offense. I Plggle Park Restaurant, 1-7-IB;
with the work of new Vandy coach Jack Green, former fullback and Bob Schwelckert, College LeadBy peace of mind and forget bust-. and If It holds up. he could Roberta singled out end Lou, and Steve Reuthlnger, Galnet-
3' [Cator: aide, who has revitalized\ Commodore spirit ta that Virginia Tech quarterback ness and family worries :III available for spot duly 18 r....., linebacker Frank villa Shopping Center, "10.
department To understand the Importance: of Saturday's were high up In the weekly voting THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I igslnat! Auburn. 'Taylor, tackle Trigger H 0 die,! Joe Mueller Ironwood 0 oil I t
[ $'lorlda-Auburn game here's a quote from Tiger coach Ralph by sports writers and broad The Wittenberg University Overly 'Crawford and halfback DeyleIkes Club, bad a W on SOtMMMT
fgShug) Jordan. "Well be remembering too, that this la aRg casters.: Tigers topped TIlt Associated: Halfback Jack Harper deflnlely for their play In the U-! In the Sunday Mixed leap
game for 111, the biggest one. It's the key game ens Wolskl rushed times for 102 Press small college football poll Todaro win not play due to a 14 decision over Femadlna.laarke George Cappe, Farm Bureau,
thedulo that DOW has only Florida, Mississippi State, Ceor- yards and scored three touchdown today for the fifth straight twisted knee. Quarterback Tom DefeaeeeItarka I rolled Ml and Harvey NarH
pa and Alabama. They (Florida) haven licked us yet but as the Irish beat Stan- week. Shannon ta !the infirmary withu stressed defense I trleb, Moots It!. Barbers
era going to ban to dedicate: ourselves to the best game ford. One of his TD' was a 54- The unbeaten Tigers whipped Pace LoopsVirginia on Monday, may return to''Tuesday, preparing for explo- Holmes, Carlos Hope ledlie\
Bt/e've played an year to stay ta the ring against them." yard pass from John Huarte.Grabowskl Denison 40-14 last Saturday for drills today.Auburn live Live Oak Friday night w 0 m e n with 471 Betty J<
# also scored three their sixth straight victory: and Overly topped the Is The Tornadoes' will put their Scales, Team No. I, had 431,
l touchdowns: on runs of 33, nine topped the voting by The AP Ella Ceramics League at Palm too, reportedly 4-1 record on the line against and Cither Van Leer. Kirk
and four ysrds Altogether he panel of IS sports writers and Lanes with a SU aeriesShe I having Injury problems Quarerbeck Live Oak, which: sports a HSUrke I patrlck Pier IOn. had 431 B1I
Sidle re-Injured
New NCAA-AAU :rushed 171 yards on 27 carries broadcasters: with 121 points. had games of 1I7-21S-I79. Jeanne : Jimmy halfback Or- mark. Holmes had a 211 top game.
Ms bad shoulder
against UCLA. This was the,They received seven flr --pla.. Leland had a US and Bertie Coach David Hume Ironwood rolled 2341 series ant
:most IQinl rushing yardage taMM votes four seconds two thirds Redden rolled 107. Mrs. Over- I lid bad Gross ankle, a real and speedster kicker, Jon has Minted that this win be Uve Team No, I had an 141 best
f .game since Abe Woodson's one seventh and one eighth." ly's 2U was high. single game. I a I Oak homecoming. The Tome- game
I Ulgore also has an Injury J
Battle Ahead 1.1 against Minnesota eight Prairie View of Texas continued : Decals had a 1771 series and affect his 'loss eked out a 111 decision Splits were made by Die t
1 which : punting
rears ago.Schwelckert. Its upward climb with two n Ml best game. Creasy Green may nauon- 'over Live Oak last season In the Tomlitoofl, 7.1 and 44; Joyce
: scored two of victories and nosed out Florida made the Ml spilt.: I Ulgort Is near the top tarke homecoming: | Nachtrleb I. I'; and Bab
ByBOHORZENPress I Issue only ta an Olympic year." 'ech's: touchdowns in an upset AIM for the No. 2 spot In the Frank Jonas of Diet-Rita Cola I ally h mta deportment Hunt expressed oonctrn ever Grown, 1.7 and I I H
_..... Sperts.Writer. "So the track: and field federation ,of Florida State. In addition he Top Ten with M points to 12 for bad 173-1TH 141 ta the The Galen are spending l
( NEW YORK CAP)) The will be the first to test passed for the third touchdown the Rattlers. A week ago Monday Mixed League. Marshall Bone, I much tine on defense attempt-
llrmlshtog baa started nd the strength test that undoubtedly nd punted eight limes for an.tereI Prairie View defeated Whey Security: Transfer Storage !had I lag to shore\ op Ins weaknessei
t t major shot Is expected next a average to keep the and on Saturday demolished Iliad Ralph. Davis, Busch I nosed by Alabama's style' of
't ek, new that me Olympics: will coma at the start ef Seminoles penned ta their own Arkansas AM&N 2112 Florida Bavarian, III Eleanor Todaro. I flense last .......,. A a b urn ,
ve ended, aa end that also the Indoor season" territory much of the time. AfcM edged Tennessee State 2220 of Speak Easy led the women I dotes eo the option play .*-

K$ nhatedtta AAU-NCAA with 224-ua-M4.. one of the dally: with a healthy Sidle
t','' ee F so cerefuOy: forged by the Texas AA Jumped from seventh best scores ef the season for I In operation. If Sidle can't gooph .
ate Gent Douglas 1beArtbur.I Support High School Grid ; to fourth after a 1J-12 women. Pat Brownsword af t. signal caller Joe Cam '
triumph ever Lamer Tkb while Combs Lumber !had 477 and Edna I ben, no slouch: himself si the
"There are M more roles Youngstown moved up from Jones Diet-Rite, 431 I maneuver, will get the call.Alabama's .
I NCAA spokesman told The Coleman AsksHigh Into for Nth with
in Programs : eighth a tie
jMdatod Press Tuesday, "101 Louisiana Tech. Youngstown Speak Easy bad a Ml series Steve Sloan pickedlorlda's ;' L1.
pieces'
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and
a Ml high game. Shirley defenses to '
use the guwauent steps taa school foothill deserves Alabama Is that it will rank with downed Baldwin Wallace $4while Glafcke ., Speak Easy nude I with his astute we ef the op-j i
a. I think It's safe to say an me support It can get Tonto the finest 20 football games ever Louisiana Tech beat the ",-It split and Bans eus>-I tics ta ma final quarter, Ind-(
t aomethlnllllOl't" than talk Coleman aaslstaat. Georgia played ta this country. Northwestern Louisiana 11-7. vetted the HI. Mrs. Todan's I ng to the tyhigame touchdown: and,
w i going to happen. I Tech athletic director, told Coach Ray Craves said It Is Rounding out the Tap Tee an 84 was best single game. he whining field genii I
At stake ta the fight. which members of AM CatoesrlDeiQuarterback time to forget last Saturday and San Diego State No. 7, followed ,
r. act last night look ahead to Auburn. "We have by Suaquehanna, Las Angeles' V. ; I
II recessed after me beta Coleman, praising the aims ef to forget the what. might -III,. State and Massaehueetta and::1 Ivy .
: ,iident >bendy asked.Cen.c clubs: !lute the local em as support been, wrwhakvuVMe ta favor Minnesota ConconCa. the lid
t Arthur to step ta, b control for a college level team, of what.is. Tars Auburn." two tied far Nth.

amateur athletics ta this said, "N.... target the little Graves said mistakes were : U.S. ROYAL
nlr1. guys. The bign sehoole. the Junior made ta me final hectic seconds Joan Sloan

The major participants are J highs, the saadloia. 'Thai's but dicy would not detract Golf Winner I
J e Amateur Athktic Uaioo and where w* build boys", from the overall hrfflUnce of TIRES
..... sports hdii stums A noted hsmork Cote man the ..'. play sgauwl the unbeaten Jean SJeon captured first w
"' erd 1 by the Mattoasl CoOe-I kept the Qoevterbaeks'ta ca. Crimson Tide. pYre II t ttetMto Add II gottuurnament /
M'T ate Athletic Aesoctattaa The basal taughter wtth. his tall Fred J'IIIrOIII gave the scoutIng : I ta Ow alas bass: i.t
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wraiding.sies success b Us M record to onto, and Tucker Frederieksen.QB Mrs. lloa I n wen I NEIGHBORHOODSERVICE I
.terming it a cnmhinattoa af dab pray listens Anderson snaerwpMary Read, hard ; This is The Sure One
"De Pact and ftals MerMy .. weak ee.satltan and good lack. repsrlnf sVsra rem ta ream ptaea Betty Ctardy and lean
e' Iis lilt sin", Me' ACAAseBd. Be eke praised Caaeb Ray far a couples to .... OH Msto ,,.... Jow ....... : C CINTERatl Aaerica'f mates OM choice fur 16Miecsithre
"Tice pererh. t etried. Graven, ase flf eanchtag staff TsDalHssse far tW Fat Tan' slide groin *, d .Sure
Say SelQ>lA'g Y
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I'L AFTER THREE DEFEATS IN ROWIentucky

Colts 'Zoom Notre Dame


On StrengthOf Nears OffenseNEW LeadIn W1L4 Seeks Winning Way n nB


k0. IWAKE
Lihe
: Play YORK AP) Notre THE ASSOCIATED PRESS said Vance Evans Junior tackle up and guard Andy Gross Is a I At Tuscaloosa Alabama went

: Dame has charged up tQ chat k Kentucky's Wildcats, their from Tuscumbia Ala., who has doubtful starter. Punter Jon Kit, through .considerable contact
By GEORGE BOWEN Y shining hours of the IBM football been out with a bruised knee ,
lenge Tulsa In total offense and gore is having difficulty getting work, and held full speed offensive -
Associated Pros Sports Writer season almost forgotten, try to may be able'to play Saturday \
Bowling Green has taken over as much distance out of his the
drills\
I and defensive on
: BALTIMORE AP back
the
( ) the get on winning track gainst North Carolina.
rushing leadership in major punting too, as the result of an
: "Here's John Unitas, the lI'eat- college football. Saturday against West Virginia There are glum faces at Auburn injury goal line. Punt protection also

eat quarterback In Nation i al l Tulsa retained Its three-way After three straight victories for the Tigers will face was emphasized. I
Football League history" was there was failure for three The Tigers concentrated on defense
hold on three offensive departments Florida this. weekend at something The Louisiana State Bengals
the Introduction by Coach Don the Hurricane also weeks less than full strength In practice. concentrated on offensive align- I
Shula at a luncheon in honor of I cads in and Coach Charlie Bradshaw hast ments Ole Miss defensesand i
the passing scoring Quarterback Jimmy Sidle Is Step Up Work against
Baltimore Colts. but faced a threat .from the ev-erybody t' out of action again following Mississippi State held its usualtwohour Coach Charlie McClendon I
"Coach, you got Some nerve. Irish. except team doctors' assignmentsas '
stressed blocking
another his Coach Paul
Injury to throwing practice as
laid Unltat. Notre Dame but he said there win be no: worked situations r
amassing 31} arm last Saturday Gerald Gross: Davis stepped up preparationsfor his team on
The reaction has been typical yards In the air Stanford more easy practice sessions for
short
against
a tailback and punt return spelallst SatDrdaYlllght', game with demanding .yardage T
of the outspoken Unitas to the the Wildcats until they
last moved from regainthe
Saturday !, is also out of the line undefeated Alabama. gains.
praise being lavished on him eighth place to the runner-up 1\: form they had In dumping .1 .1

once gain now that the Baltt. spot with an average of 3931 ,:\ ( Mississippi and Auburn.

more Colts are riding high. At yards gained a game. Tulsa .1' '. Rain forced Tulane to work

the same luncheon, he referred' leads with 4391 according to ,r .. :"!5 out Indoors Tuesday as It prepared

to some backslapper as "front'NCAA service bureau statistics "t' for Saturday's homecoming MOTT'S
< '" jft..f:
runners released today. .1i ;;\ game with VMI. r
Unitas Is being toasted be- Tulsa leads In passing with a FOREST BACK BRIAN PICCOLO Mississippi's Jimmy Weather- .1

cause the Colts have crossed the 2951 pick ups game and is firstIn best rusher in college football ly leads the SEC In total offense

goal line 31 times In winning six scoring ,with 39.4 points a I but his team defense in

out of seven games to, lead the game.; Iowa la second in passingat / Bowling Green meanwhile,,
Western Conference. He can KB 2 with Utah State the I capped a steady climb to over-/%71.% average to 258.7 for the Vaught concentrated on pass

recall last season when they scoring runner-up at 38.7. I take Nebraska for rushing leadCornhuskers.. defense In the Rebel's practice TIRE SALE! '
cored only 35 touchdowns In 14 session.

games and there were boos. The University of Georgia

"Our offensive line took a to 76ers Bulldogs worked Oft'pass defense flnt UM s.-4' Use'. Third L''.' I
of abuse unnecesssrujr," ny Jackson Helps as and Coach Vince: Dooley 6,70.1' 13.95 ..1.95 1.95

Unitas. "I never thought the
line was over the hill, atthoaga I Tnk.laM' alack I

lot of people did. They are Hand Hawks First Defeat ,FSU BucklesFor .So.U'.00 U 11.75 12.507.50x14

now getting some well deserved SouthernTA 15.25 U.9S 9.95

recognition... ._ .. 8.0014 15.95 14.95 10.95
ji anything WM' w blame, II AHAssEE 8.50x14 17.95 15.95
AP-) Florida
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By MURRAY CRASS watching. points In the first half. He
: was lack of a running attack.
had to Associated Press Sports Writer The rookie from Pan AmerI- wound up with 30 in all Boston. State's football Coach Bill
"Consequently we oft) the NEW YORK (AP) Lucloui can College made his presence winning Its fifth game Jumped Peterson planned a series of TIRES BALANCED 99c plus. weights
throw 75 to M per cent
Jackson must have brought felt, particularly under the to a 2M margin in the first .J% workouts today to eliminate FSU 99c
time, Unitas explains. "It you some of that Olympic goodwill boards In Philadelphia's; 100.81victory minutes of play. Willis Reed lethe mistake made hi last Saturday'l Instant credit to oil oil Wheel Bearings Cleaned fir Repacked ,
offensive phase, a
have only one back from with him: the Xnlcks with 20 20-11) loss to Virginia Tech. co.'s and department '
Tokyo
over. previouslyundefeated points.In 99e
passing attack, then the defense FSU fumbled BRAKES ADJUSTED .' .1. '. .
Jackson the 1foot.star ofthe Hawks. Boston the only' other game away one touchdown store courtesy cords
blow In on the offensive line I ,
can and have to break down a U.S. basketball championship crushed New York 131.103 in the played the San Francisco Wa and had two passes Intercepted ALIGN FRONT END . .' $6.95
they game victory over Russia second game of the dbublehead-. rlors won their first game of the No Down Payment 4
couple of times during a. game.Idea Jut week exhibited peace- season, defeating the Baltimore The SemInoles meet Southern No Interest .Camber Caster fir Toe In.

Unitas squelches any loving tendencies In his. first er.Jackson scored only 10 points Bullets 101-90 at Oakland. Nats 'Mississippi Saturday night 10 Months to Ny
found
have
Colts something
the
that that National Basketball Association but grabbed 14 rebounds, high 'Thurmond sparked the Warriors Seminole defensive tackle TAX AND TIRE OFF YOUR CAR .
somebody new ALL TIRES PLUS
or Frank Penis will return to the : _
game Tuesday nlahLThey In, the contest with 2S points and 37 rebounds.
them Into
turned a
suddenly came during a fight that The undefeated Celtics completely Don Ohl and Bailey Howell were I starting line-up after missingthe
Ugh scoring outfit \ erupted between Jackson's Philadelphia crushed: the Knlcker- I high for the Bullets with 21 I last game. Terry Carvln will 1 MUFFLERS GUARANTEED FOR LIFE OF YOUR CAR

teammate Dave Gam- bookers as Sam Jones scored 27 I II II points each. I replace Max Wettsteln at end In

UF Grid t ti bee, and St. L ula', Charley I I I defensive shakeup
Vaughan. When Gambea and Also Tom West will start at

Vaughan started swinging at offensive tackle in place of Bob BRAKES RELINED Motor Tune-up
Picks
\
Claassen
i StatisticsroVaffsBSSS" t each other at one end of the Mangan.

ourt, players from both.benches I Peterson said the team will Parts cad Labor Include .

I rushed to Join In. concentrate on getting the ball 3"$4tS
Not Jackson: though."I to All-America candidate Fred 14.95 M9.95
: '" AMIMCOIID "'-7" I was standing there keeping UP Over Auburn Illetnlkoff more than they have

:1. Miss IMU WaftMlnlUlp 11' more guys from getting on the been. The FSU flanker back 20.000'Mil... 30,000 MlltaGuaranteed 6 cyl'.. 8 cyl's.Guerantied .
10 '4J7 Ile," the 240-pounder explained grabbed 11 passes for in yards '
tail Carolina S I By HAROLD CLAASSEN the West Coast's biggest !
14 Ma.,0. t I" afterward. "I was watching diaap- and the Seminoles only touchdown Plus Parts
: .
That wss about the only time Associated Press Sports Writer pointment. in the losing cause against
: KOSINW 4AS'S/TNd during the game, though' that TOKYO (AP) ;.. If you dig a Texas over Southern Method.1st VPI. -
P11,14 14 41 M M 111 hole from Tokyo right throughthe : The Longhorn halfback -
Jackson
Just stood around
0-"' i i* i n M '
: earth you will come out on corps Is big, lean; hard and '
.. TRAM STATISTICS 0"- the 50-yard line of Philadelphia speedy. In addition, Jimmy THI HOMI' THE' JOE HARRIS FOOTBALL FORECAST

121 r15les...,.... ......"......,,,........ n Stanka LikesJapanese I'Stadium where Navy and unbeaten Hudson la becoming a top-High
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.32 Id w.. .."... .." N Notre Dame meet In quarterback. "Patronize The Sponsoring Merchants"FRIDAY

I III awn..O.Itr,.... ,....n.., 10 j J Way their annual football soiree on Michigan over Northwestern:
tl Tatal !"t Swn. ? EVENING, OCTOIER 30, 1964
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.. Ml N0.50 HUM''ram,0' ..Krtm.111I.. ."......:. Tel U7 Of Baseball Saturday.' Michigan's ,line problems have I \.l NEED ,,-... WiMart Stow ...... ..... a 50.50 ........ WlMwa a..... ......* .... a 5450ti .

N Lot' .... tnm. KrimiMt ...,.."'.?.i., II' Here are this week's picks evaporated.. r Per Miami (riatMa. .....10 Datnl ................ 7 WIIHam JawaH .........27 H.... Wcalara* ....II
: :: :::: Notre Dame over Navy: The Alabama over' Mississippi ,
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= :"= i::::;.:.:.:.:.150P 14t White Sol after the 1958 keep Roger Staubach In check first rate quarterbacks in Joe Remod.lAka... .........................20 ..WWlll.W...* ,.14 _....__......1. PaMwyKraiilci. ....... 0
...... CMcago !long enough for John Huarte Namath Steve Sloan and ALM..a ia2t MlttinisMl Sf 7 Hahtra ... .......... Am. lirtvraaNaiialHah eAN,15e
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I4W Total' N" Oall'" .,.....,... 025C wasn't too good, earns \ A .20 7 Olivat' .
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I. SUNDAY, NOVEMIER, 1964

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CINCINNATI (AP) In these weighting 113 pounds, does not identifiable ...... Cello -II Sao Irtnalac* 4a 10 raa. la* Packan ..24 Mi._. Vlklncja 17
0 days of multiple substitutions I play defense with the Bearcats Chlcae. taait IJ ..... Cawhaya ....II Sf. Lee15 C..N.... -i N" Twit *.* 21
and football specialists: .JOUdon't AVE.Ch..1.i 5..o _20 ..... Slaakin ...17 Wod1eSse Raklse 27 Pkil". |*alaa -,24
but Coach Chuck Studley feels excellence. 220 N.W. IH ...27 let Aeeilw Sews 57 ?
hear much about triple
lit would be defensive 1
a peat
threat backs but the Unjverslty
back because: of his speed and LISTEN TO THI THE Whether
of Cincinnati: has one. THI iMfomo CHI Now It The Time At

He's Brig Ovens to whom agility.expressed la fact Interest pro In teams him have because .IFUTIR IIN Jot H.'lb'nftin Thirsty To Phone The Stadium or
syci I
some are trying to attach the of his potential defensive AND Gator At Home Watching

nickname The Brig 0 to go with ability They feel he's a bit PLOW tOO" i*.i SNITS ,ri oMtmAwiriuii*Aiio.iit t Nit Ninon FR 2.3383 The Gomo on TV
The 0 who was Oscar Rob
Big small for an offensive quarter Make Sure it's RC!
Cincinnati's three-time SHOW
ertson back. I I For Yew Foal Oil
All-America basketball star
a
1- FOR THE LATEST
Owens quarterbacks the Bear. Wo taataH-.u
IN SPORTS .
cat football team now 41. He We SolI NaatanlMYa
runs the ball 411 yards In 7i 4 w 5:5' 'M-Mo.. t11r15 Frt .r Fad Service

I : carries for an average of IS k. DIAL 1230 i Pool Oil DesleraWGGG -

yards and with five touchdowns.He .
dots the passing 38 completions : Go......... DAVIS

for 317 yards and two football means F..... MMtittt '

touchdowns ta 11 attempt. He s.I I, n. s::tAker OIL CO.
**-- Immmtt More
feel the puntinc 17 for an I ajajajajajVA alllf(%*JOH
average of 391 yards. He does Co. n. Geei
part of the polntartertouch.down .' tat C Packajta s.... ROYAL CROWN

kicking five of eight. ; I lift Cask e> Asoa. Drive UfSarvkoJi @ OTTLING CO.

:1 For purposM -the record', taeAgency < N.W. Utk ST. 1201 L UNIVU. AVL'I'

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Wednesday October 28, 1964 Gainesville Sun
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!" -' 30,000 MAY SEE UNBEATEN :TEAMS CLASH Miami Drills '

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j ,' ,,: ,Baby Gators, Meet ,Miami' in. Charity ,Game ,, For DetroitMIAMI '

(AP)- Coach Charlie!
I MIAMI A record crowd of man squad, are'undefeated b:I on defense with North Mi is playing a linebacker for the known Florida prep star at Tate scheduled a light workoul ORANGEMEANS

30,000 to expected to watch,the three seasons of campaigningThey .. ami's Joe Mirto playing a tie- Baby Gators although Bram quarterback, Harmon Wages of in pads today for the'Unlversltj
Baby Gators of Florida attempt downed FSU 18-0 earliei cnsive end.Probably lett threw for SI touchdowns, Jacksonville Lee, Winter Hav of Miami Hurricanes, a team
to halt Coach Fran Corci'i this Fall Miami leads Florida: ran for 11 more and gained 1,- en's Bobby Downs and John looking for Its first victory 01!t
4-1 in the series las!t most Indicative of
Hdrrfcane F r e.hmansquads' winning 900 yards total offense during the season
f three unbeaten year 22-11 with a 60-yard touchdown the offensive potential of the Gibson 'Anderson, Indiana
year his high school career The Hurricanes, who have losl t
streak Saturday night In the annual pass from Bob Bilentikofl r Baby Gators is the revelation of at halfbacks with 0 c ala' four and tied one, leave for De-
J' Kiwanis freshman football to Dan Clancy. The two teams I who isn't playing offense. AU- Miami Jackson's Dick Me- Wayne McCall st fullback. troit tomorrow morning! for theii
\ classic for charity. are 1-0 for the season. Flo rIState ,star Tern Hungerbuhler Carl Is listed as a started guardon Friday night game with the University G I
'da beat FSU 134 Saturday. of North Miami who made his offense for Florida. The Kiwanis freshman game Il
;' Kickoff time in the Orange became the most of Detroit.
popular amateur
{'41\, The Baby Caters will face the I reputation as an offensive back, Cure! will l
:Bowl Stadium Is I:U pjn.. is defensive halfback. begin his attack charity event In the state On the doubtful \list were Andy
a Other
tallest U-M frosh squad In recent with Mira at and Don both
Both Curd who has yet to South Floridians quarterback, John last with a record attendance Sixkiller Clancy
..:..t' lost a pins since taking over ,history and one that has the defensive first Joining unit himon of Popovich who gained IDS yards year of 15,229 fans In the on the Injured list but making
the graven Image of an old nem- rushing against FSII at one 'the trip. I
as head freshman coach at the .
STEVEBELONG the Caton stands.:
.
are Curley's Don Gi
isis to Hurricane varsity opponents halfback Don Russo whose I Middle guard Bruce Brlnkos i
.
UM, and the Hurricane freshFotV
.4inemaB ordano
r of week' ; Brian Jetter of Ft Lauderdale
t la recent years Joe Mira dashes from scrimmage averaged A costume contest which will was listed as doubtful with a I
of Key West, a taller heavier. High, Stranahan'i Doug M yards at the halfbackslot Feature children fresh from strained leg muscle.
DeQng- version of his AU-Amerlcan Lake plane, and Dave Mcintosh of : and Jim Booth at full their trick or totaling earlier In Tate ran the squad through a
\ brother George, Is scheduled to man. Worth's.Cardlnal New I back. the evening will be held beginning light workout with some block-
\1 Op :start at quarterback for Mi- The striking! ,teim for the at 7:SO p.m, prior to the Ing yesterday and planned a Ii-
iml. Gerald Bramlett of Wildwood .Baby Gators Includes.a wen opening kickoff toosening-up session. _

Lineman Mira the younger opened up
of Week :Ms collegiate career against
FSU by passing for one touchdown -
-
I II. running for another and
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) "The fact.that be Is a great I saving one called back but was "Hsfe o LIMITEDTIMEONLYlOFFE I
"I didn't really think I had football player is general knowl-I outgained on the ground by his)
I. Played too well until I studiedthe edge. But as far as the coachingstaff I alternate Dave Olivo who averaged .
I game films. And then I realized Is concerned, his work as 101 yards per carry.,
I had played. .the best game, captain has been almost as A new look for the first year .
of my career." valuable the he has
as strength '
Hurricanes will be the addition
That's what Steve Doling, defense."
given us on
of II Florida ,
I players Including
Tennessee guard, said about his
1 defensive Delong had some stiff competition 'eight from Greater Miami. For
play against LSU a for the lineman' of the I mer local high school .stars!
performance that the
helped
week award., the for Curd
I making grade are
underdog Vole tie LSU 3-3 and
Nebraska end Mike Grace and Jim Cox of Christopher Colum-
C win for Delong the nod as Associated
Press Lineman of the linebackers Jim Carroll of bus, an offensive end; North
I' Week. Notre Dame, Dick Butkus of :Miami's Vie Bender, offensive .
; "This certainly Is m honor Texas and Ronnie Caveness of I center; and Miami High's Larry -
. t and I'm grateful for it, but feel Arkansas were others who were I LaPolnte at right end on
that It should go to our entire signaled out" foE stellar! perform-I rffense. Norland's Domenlc
I defensive line," 'said Delong, ancea. J Brandy win be at center guard

245-pound, C-foot-3 guard from
r Norfolk,Vat "Our whole team '
was up for the gama and that Browns. Down 'in Stax I ILt
.
'
\ helped ray play." =_ ,> I .
Coach Doug Dickey agreed EasternNEW
But Lead in
with Doling that "his play I I.1I
against LSU. was the best of the
season a year in which the YORK (AP) Ninth In If the Browns had to dependon firestone
Volunteers are. using,;a stout team offense and last In team the statistics, they'd be In
I defense to try to bounce back sjs defense. trouble. Their 2,46 yards allowed I
a football power. Those aren't terribly Impressive is almost 200 yards more
"Steve certainly is deserving credentials but they don'tbather than any other club has surrendered ;
of the honor," Dickey said. the Cleveland Browns.As Their 1,171 yards
long as they're first in the gained leads only five other NFL NYTONTIRE
clubs.
National Football League's
Don; Cleveland has Ml
LargeQualifies
Eastern Division, they couldn'tcare run only
I less. ball control plays on offense, the .
fewest. for any team In the
# The Browns, who took undisputed
In ,Context league. Ball control plays are
I possession of the lead described as past attempts and
Don Urge,' 11-year-old Boys' after whipping New York 42-20 rushes. Punta and field goals-
Club member,' will compete In last Sunday, also are last In ball plays where the ball Is volun-
Jacksonville Saturday representing control plays. So how come tarily surrendered-are not In
Gainesville as Punt, they're leading their division? cluded.
I Pass and Kick champion In the For one thing they've scored The Browns have scored 1M
f Florida district, Preston Keeterof i more points thin anybody else points, second only to the Colts'
Shaw It Keeter Motor Company In the league except Baltimore
said today. and points' not statistics, win 237.Baltimore leads the Western
Ford sponsors the Punt, Pass ball games. Division.I '
and Kick competition. j

Large won the local contest I TV & Radio Stores r
with a total of 251 points.'He _
Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don (.Mmy. Ottwr IMIMMM. T..1Y..MI ..,_ : % SX IFI NATIONWIDE
N t MM? M a. WKUI ldHl t
Large Sr., who reside at 2017 ,._ ws lor rwr..M _"k..u.4. SizeWHITEWALLS COLLIOI OHIO
S. E. 50th St. He Is a student, --11-. ; Popular
M..wM ,Nkln 5s I nvr ,..a_ ,...., COVEEAOIAMERICAN
at Lake Forest School. Cell _... wr ware -ray M. and
Large and his family will be I Kirkpatrick fir Edmonton 'NO LIMIT BLACKWALLSQUARANTEE
'r the guests of Shaw t Keeter Insurance, Inc. I
Motor Company for the trip to I Iti
Jacksonville I II N. MAIN ST. M. 071-telt alf r .NwNYI NA// ,M r.
Saturday.
'
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L' thousands of Firestone dealers 6.7411 tutN>4 Whlbw.ll 517.1 58.00.
1 I end store In the United States NATIONAL fHO
Canadawh4feveryou travelrWUtTTlME 611 Tubeless Bt.ckw.t 517.1 51.00.
% SAYINGS'I 6.70.15 Tubules Whitewall 5:0,11 5000 LIAOUI STORIIS
GUARANTEE
........ ...... lit M.M 7.60.14 Tubeless Ilaekwag 517.1 51.00
i= BIG I s"r"I Ii ;?:=="'" 7.641 Tubetees whttawsI $=0.!! $1.00t .

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WITH PITTSBURGH PAINTS
} i.':" ..'::;': :: :-t.':: : HIGH SCHOOL
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-.1', October 2>, 1964 Gainesville SUP I

UF Team I


MAaKIT -. .. Places In b 1r + 9a 4" '" i 08i
IBUSINESS
AIPoat
V : .
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Nat'l Show
.3. ,},)

The University of F 1 lor Ids
rr '
meat Judging team paced b Y '
Russell Cross of Bushnell,
....
Late MorningN. placed eleventh at the annual

American Royal Uvestock ShowIn y, +w'ra'h

Readers' Kansas City, Mo., last week 7v
I Request Y. Listing Competing against 18 teams r,
In the Intercollegiate contest,

"-",TM .".eIIewlnr! "'...... .$.11_ a,. AlllsChal 22% IntPap 37 the Florida team copped eighth

:lwurnl.n.tl r..u.i: ,:: M.aKl.l.al7-- Till by "__.ro-III ."'.". AmAir 47'%! Jones&L 82% place In beef grading, tenth In
STOCK LISTINGS
= AmBrk 49%\ KalsAl 30% beef Judging ninth !in p o r k

::PJerce.e.Wulbern M111'..hey. AmCan 4274 Ken'colt 94% Judging and ninth In o v e r all
/II beef Judging ...nd'arldlng..
AmCyan 65 Llg&My MV A
high individual In
: NEW YORK Vpjohn "...._.__. .1.00 5O' |Tv t Elec ._...'''''''m. .''''' 8.50Value AmMot 16 Loch'd 38% beef judging was racked score up by
: STOCK EXCHANGE Jim Waiter __. 21 .
Line Inc _.. ._ 587 Cross
AT&T .. who chalked 290
War Limb ......_..... .70 31 Wellington Fund ..._ ...... 11.M % Lorillard 45%! out of up points '
H.
Abbott LIb a possible 300 In the
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2,40 40% AmTob c
38%! Mag'vox 14
Worthntn! ._.__ ISO 4I%I NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS
Allied Cross
> event. also
ChemAmerada .. was second In
"'H': ?" 1.80 52% Xerox H.... ."HH.._ 100'A I Vela ClaM Amps Cp 17% MM&M 59% beef
Cemp.
Ell Pow Pt H._..._ 1.18b 2.00 45'-833rtm Zenith ..........__...._ 1.201 8111i I 99,100 U S Indust 11%Changes up 111.100 Anaconda 58% Mohasco '15% and Judging plaque for He won his efforts.a tie clasp

;timer; EnkaAmer H.....,......" 1.40. 71'4 OVER THE COUNTER Tex Gulf Sul 58% up 1'1 Armour 12% Mons'to 82%! Other team members included 4i-sr
NSW YORK (API TIM MlMlnf .Mi 84,200 Xerox Corp 105% 2 ACL 78% MontWd 43% V I'M wi..... sw/
up Larry Britt of .
HoneImirMFdy._.._ 1.44. 83'% and ..*.. _.'1oM, ......1Id ky Ift Plant City. Buses still lashedto'deck, of Capsized .
........._ .10 It N....... AlMClltMn t, SKUffllM OM. 80,800 Com Sat Corp 42 up 254! Babcock 38% NatDlat 28% Diana Bennett of Hlaleah and freighterCastro's
tri. Inc.. .t Mt roftmil actiwl tr nctln 57,000 Budd Co 14% off 1% B&O 39% Penney 83%
i *rmco'Stl ?,.,."....._ 3.00 72% tri ... ID* NAID-i MiliMDo alternate Vlcki Kress man of ,-
i Itch Topka ..H'H._ 120. 38 IM' rang* wlttiln whkn' ttwi' wturt: 47,100 Certnted Pdts 18% up 55M BethSU 40% PRR 42% Cross City. All are enrolled In
..
Baxter Lab ...H.......... ,38 275Beckman .tiN......cwM(..k","lii. Man MM (MM 41,300 Am Tel & Tel 68 unch Boeing 81 PepCola 56%! the animal science sequence in Buses Lost in Drink
In ..__ 655 Allco Land __....-... 11', 37,800 Chrysler 61%\ up 1 Borden 78V4 PhilMor 78/ the College of Agriculture
JBeeth LF S "_H..... 1.10 54% Amer Fidel Life _'-"_ KVt. 32,400 Erie-Lack 8 off V Brunswk 8% PhlllPet 54% The team was coached by Dr.

( -Bristol My ??...._...." .80 15 Amer Heritage >.....__.... 21%\ 31,800 Pan Amer 29%! up % CaterTr 3755! RCA 13% James W. 'Carpenter, assistant LONDON (AP) Forty-two'men t. In 'dismissing'/ the accident
iBruaawIck ...._ I'. Amer Mat Ins _.._?.._ 21 31,400 Control Data 58 up 1 Celanese 69% RepStl 48% meats scientist. The trip to Kansas buses for Cuba, Involved In a
.H Amer Pioneer Life _. 10%! 29,700 Ford Motor 80 up V4 Chrysler 59% Revlon 39% City was '' In thick fog yesterday the Donald Stokes, 50, deputy chairman
S ........... 2.40 34% "' ? sponsored by the Thames Estuary ship collision
gmbell Pdt _.._ 1.001 1'% Anheuser Busch ,?,__w .'. I7Anodyne % 29,700 Sunshine Mng 31%! up 2%! CocaCola 131% ReyTob 42 College of Agriculture I the'were written off by the Leyland East German" freighter Magde and managing director of'

t.sI.J I _.._'__ 11% __. :"....,.__. 43. 29,209 Wstlnghse" Elec 43% up % ComEd 57 StRegP 32%! Block and Bridle Club and the I;Motor Corp. today as a total burg on which the bused Leyland Motors, told I newsmen

Cessna: Air .._.......?" 1.00 m I citizens Bank ?_':37 29,100 Atchison 38%! up %! ContCan S3 Seaboard 56% State Department of Acrlculhire. .- "--- I loss.. They were worth 338,000 were loaded '- and the Japanese today:, I

then Ohio "' '_ 4.00 77V!!I Conn Lt It Pow _.._._.._ 37'%: AMER, STK EXCH. DowChe 77% Sears 123% i pounds ($940,000)). The 1 loss is vessel Yamashlro Mar 'As' tar as I'm concerned:

: Boas S Gis......_?...." 33M1Mb I Cowles Msg Pb ..?...,._.. 12%! ACTIVE STOCKS duPont 278 Sinclair 81% covered by Insurance. : collided. The Magdeburg was they (the buses) can .
:IBS....,.,........._. :II'a I Dunn It Bradst .._...,._... 83% 102,300 New Idria 2% up % EAL 38%! Socony 88% Psychiatric The buses were part of a consignment later beached lying on her side the bottom of the Thames. They '
tomb Eng ......._ 120 34Vi I Florida Gas _'__..? 11 85,400 New Park Mug 5%\ up %! Kodak!: 134%! !outllnC! 84% of several hundred ordered The Japanese Ire I g h ter was are no good to either man orbeast.
I Comsit Corp ........... 41%I Fla Nat'l Bank _H''''_'''' 84 51,100 Brazlan Tract 4%! off %! Firestone 42% SperryR 14% Unit Gets Fund by the Cuban'overn- damaged at the bows. I ."
tone Mills .__ .80 21 A I Fla Tele ?..,.??.,,.,.,.,.,m...,??,?. 21 43,300 Sterling Prec 2 off %! Ford 60 StBrand 77V4 .... .... .
fiont Alrl ..._H._...." ..40 22%, Forrest Labs .._........w.. 25%! 21,201 H B Amer 3% up % FrmstDa 12% StONJ ,89% for: Equipment
.
Contl Ini ............._ 220 82HM Founders Life --?,.....?, 10% ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS FreptBuI 43Studebak 6% Alachua General
Franklin Life Purchases .. .:._..._ FruehTr 32'. Swift 53% Hospital
( fontrl Did _..... __ 57%! ? ,172 trustees
Tuesday awarded
Corn Pdts _,..... 150 MU, Gnat American ............;.., 11% Short Sales "_ ," GenDyn .39% Texaco 99CenEl totaling 810,824 for contracts Adams Tells Dixie
Delta Air ".H.H' .1(0 81U! Croller..__._... 38% Other Sales *..TZZTsMTotal 87% Thiokol 14 and equipment -
Gull Life ..._ Sales __ .. Ill Genus 82% UCarb 127% supplies destined for
bet Steel.Emerson ._ .80 14% _....._._ 52% ? ""' '''H the hospital's
El .?.._..... 1.00 43:% Herff Jones. __'".....'''. 15% PREVIOUS DAY'S GenMtrs 100UnltAlre '80%! new psychiatricunit. '
Fair Camera .?, ,.. .50, 23 Home Ins ___........... 72 STOCK MARKET Goodrich 91% VnFrult 18% Anderson To '
finanl Fed _...-. ...". 38U! Kennasaw Life ..........,.,.... 10% I Advances' ........._,,_ 494 Goodyr 44-USSteel 80Grayhnd [Gainesville received Surgical the supply board'snod of Build on' Growth

Fst Chartr .....,_.. 1I7 28% Life of Fla -..,-.- 8% Declines .___"'._ 584 23UnivMst 13%
Fit. West Fin. 11% Lowes Company __...?. 19% ,I Unchanged .......,.........._.."' 301 GulfOil,. 19% WestgEI 43% on office equipment $828)),
I f Fla E Cat H..H... 15% Mllgo Electron ........- 10% Total Issues .,........ w. 1J59 Honw 127% WInIIDfI 38%! patient and treatment room By BOB MEEKER west Florida. '
Food Fair ? __? M 23 Mart Guaranty Ins .i_.. 24% I.New 198344 Highs ..._ 71 IntHarv\ '83%. Woolwth 28%. equipment $3,427) and lounge Sua Staff Writer The Secretary said he looks I Sec'y of State i

FMC Corp ..H__....., 1.00 82% Pacific Sw Air ......._. H... 33%. New 198244 Lows ?_..._..?.'13 IntNIck IS and$1.790)w a. 11 ins- room ecut.- .omens un CROSS CITY Secretary ol f, for more tonnage to pas '

Frlto Lay ,........_.... 40'1. Sehilitx Brew ..?..__.. 44%! ( Kitchen and State Tom Adams told a Dixie through the Florida Bangs\ Fails Test" !
utility equipment Canal then
Gen TeleQafaclf .. Secur Life A Tr _._ 6155Southern annually passes f
_
.11 3Ij % audience
County that As
I ($1352) will be yesterday
..._..... .._ 1.00b 5414! Nitro H._...._.... 25% Ag. ,Commissioner Conner supplied by solid and through the Suez. SecretaryCROSS
Co. steady growth, exemplified -
j Getty 011 ."._H......".. .log m.I Travelers: Ins ........__ 43 I American Hospital'Supply ;; by Dixie County, He said the barge traffic t f I CROSS CITY Seof !
carpeting ($3425)), by Gates
I t Grace Co .....-....... 1.00b' 5I Union Security at Inv ?.? 10 builds a community which will would pass through channels State Tom Adams failed to
j Hel Curtis ........; ..... .80 16% Unlv. Cigar _..._. ........ l'%! Supports.Amendment, No. 8 City Mattress and Carpet Co.?: last. along the coasts of Taylor, Dixie qualify as a secretary here I
.
be delivered
t IBM ......___ 1.00 411'%! AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE .. The equipment will and Levy Counties, creatinga yesterday. j
Int Mln C _.."H."....' I.lOa 1255 TALLAHASSEE Commissioner consolidation of slat e'land In time for the scheduled In a non .. political talk to the need for facilities along the Intredachig ,Adams to the
Ins Tel. ......_.".. 1.00 -.58% Aero Jet .. Gen _.H_ 2/i of Agriculture Doyle records under this agency will February- opening of the 391,000 Dixie County Chamber of Com entire route. Dixie Coiaty Chamber ef

KeUogg ".-.__... '.80. 5O'%! Analex Corp ..........?? .._m. 29 'Conner today officially 'endorsed result in more efficient record unit merce and residents of the The secretary said Florida Commerce, Dudley Griner

Lehman CP ".............. I.S4. SOI\4'\ 'Aqua Chem ......_._...._ 15% Florida Constitutional l keeping and service to the pub Deans Planning area, Adams said solid growth has been the stumbling block to said a secretary either had to
Litton. In "H_"'_" .IIlf 74'%! Aurora Plastics __, 25%! Amendment No. 8,which would lic," Conner asserted. "There Is the "hallmark of Dixie Cou connecting' commercial via t er- be beautiful or be able'to type

l4I\S Cm H'_" .... 100 21%! Barnes Engineer ._....-.... 20V4 place the Stag! Land and Field fore, I urge our registered vot- Phone Confab ty and this part of Florida: ways of the entire United and take dictation.
Marsh Fid .? ? ? .1,60 50 Butler Shoe <...?. .._ -, 11% Note Offices under the controlof ers to vote In favor of this Alachua County Democratic Adams traced his own steps States Into the most economical Griner said Adams would j !

,-- ... _'..__ I.W 1"/1.., jnromaioy ....?.,.,.,.?.?.???...?? liV.1: the Internal ImprovementFund amendment on Nov. I." women will participate In a In Dixie County back to 1948 transportation system the.world set the sweater Industry back I
Meg Hill __ .1Oa 38V Mead Corp ____ 1.70 48M I Computer Scl .._' ?.. 22% The To Discuss Thursday at U a.m. when living in Cross City. The Florida Barge Canal will ones ke said be knew for I
Werkd _._.?......,.... 200a 4W I Cutter Labs A .,..... 17'1.I reference proposed amendment deletes the local Democratic Partyheadquarters I The speaker cited the need for correct the situation by tying fact the secretary could let
NatHAlrlIfYCentl _. __ .10 59MMl I Data Control _.._ 80 of agriculture's to the commissioner Livestock f Joins n network of solid and healthy growth to together the greatest waterway type sad, most of afl be j'
..-__, M I ruJloIt Incll : .% of mailers IUpmtJ.IJon I 12 major party headquarters. In reap the benefits of past, present ever built he said. weald not Into dictation -
Nil MPowNorfolk H...._..... 2.00 58V!I Gen Iewlop"T2I: :....Iir4V4Jsx public lands the pertaining. to the state.They and future development Adams covered the proposed especially tram tie governor.The i
W MNoIndPS. ._... '.00 148 MJntt Milts ..,...,'_ 8%! Immigration.I apd It also Bureau. of Nutrition wU hear a short talk in the fields of education and IS amendments to the .Florida
....___.. 1.41 82 Mackey Airlines __ I removes MIAMI BEACH Research- by Mrs.: Doyle Conner, wife of resources Constitution In.n objective I amendment gives constitutional I
NoNotGas Mead Johnson ..._ ... 18% alum me umsuwuon references I He cited : sanction to the existing
''H'' ". 1.10 544, ? era from the Florida the state agriculture commissioner : benefits to the en- ,manner stressing only slightly :
Olin Math _...__ 120 42% Pac Nw Tie ..._.,-,..-.. 22% to matters over which the commissioner Experiment Stations Agricultural and In TaIIaba ee. Attar tire state when the Florida l 'amendment number one, which formula. It prvldes for the ere-

Owens II G...,__..,,. 250 105V I Philips Ilea ._...._..._ 48%! of agriculture. no four other slates will discuss 1 the talk each of the 12 headquarters Barge Canal is completed, especially would write back Into the Constitution sties of 42 senatorial districts,
Pac G It E H-.._...... 1.00 33%! ledwlng Carriers,_."_ 10% longer exercises control. nutrition tat livestock will have a chance to those benefits to the ( the formula for.reapportionment with each district hiving onesenator
RIc ._..' .........,. 1% "Since the TOF problems .the and the highest popuated -
Pac LUng ,,__? 2.40 30 5 Croup > ; manages feed Industry, for state comment and ask questions.The Suwannee River Valley and the of the State Legis
Pac T T.......H.....,..' 1.20 28H! Sperry R. Wts _...?...... 8% and protect state lands, the feed association members attending : talks win be heard by loud- Gulf Coast regions of North lature. county having two, bringng .
Pan Amer A._...... 1.20 29Vt! Syntax ._...._._.nMm 58%\ the Florida Nutrition I speaker. II the total to 43 senatorial

Parke D.v.... '.? 100 28'4 Tampa Elec .... .........?,..?... 29V4 Conference which here The special hookup, called eats
Pennzoll ......._._,300 42%! Tech Measur ..._.._ 19% Wanted: today. began. "Tell -' A -Friend" is being Board of Regents Gets The House of Representative
Pfizer ....._.._" 80a 48H! fWi WUl ,_'ii.ii.iiiu..iiiinii 31Hrafspar The 21st annual Conference at I sponsored 'nationally by the rould be composed of 112 mem-

Phelps DgPplarold ........,...."..100 73% .........."*... _........, "7%! Teacher' At .the Carillon Hotel coincides with ]Democratic Party. Similar 1 *, rs. Each county would haveone
> member with the
..,? "' "" .20 189 MUTUAL FUND the yearly meeting of the Florida -I hookups each of the 59 states Support at AAUP MeetUnder 4S remaining I
representatives
Pub Sv E G __ 280 37% Affiliated Fund ,....., .... ... Feed Association. wW feature talks by wives of assigned to
Pure Oil ......_.., 180 MH C.pIUlIW. Or ....-,. 10.20 Cedar Key HighCEDAR I', The main session win get underway I state party officials. \ By JOYCE KHMER the Regents plan, the l ton ha larger to their counties bi proper
population.
Rlyonler _.".._ 1.00 42H! Divers. Growth. _...? 10.30uiviaena Thursday morning, with UofF Student Joanallst members would be appointed On i
Recall ____....;.. Job, 594! snares- _.... -ass- KEY B R. Campbell acting chairman Prof. Norman Study OutlinesFrowned for a maximum of nine years amendment number 11, il
\ Support for the Board of Regenta tJ j ho said he
'R.yn Med .__; .59 34 Dreyfus ..:.. .?._......__., II..I principal of the Cedar Key R. Mehrhof presiding.:.The session On amendment In next week's Thus no one governor would beable distortion secretary of the Constitution deplores_
Rich Merr _.. ._ 1.00 58% Fidelity Caplt ..___. 'H 11.18 High School; said today the will 1 open with a welcome election urged Tuesday ta appoint the entire board .rhetber It be the
R C Cola ......._........ 128 20* Fidelity Fund ................_ 1"72 school hi badly In need of a to Miami Beach by Dads Coun- VF night at was the Florida Chapter and the political animal woeJd S late Constitution.Ho Federal or
Roy Dutch _...... 173g 50 Fidelity Trend ..__. 19,96 commercial teacher for typing ty Mayor Chuck HaQ followed By GroupC meeting of the American Association be reduced to a more workable aid tf revision. of, the
I Se.rle GD __"'." .90 85 Fund'tal Invest --...;..., lI.a ,and shorthand.He by I W. D. C course study outlines have and practical tool with which to c institution
I Singer ""'H..."'_"."'_. 200 83% Income of BostonIncorporated ......_... 1.17: RRob eoenAaociafon president been rejected .. "educationally of University Professorsin govern higher education, s al I d should bo done Is necessary Jt
Smith KIn said then persons unsound" the ofFlorida's the law auditorium. .. by the people i
"-' 1200 MV4 Inc _.._ 11.30 from JaduonvilJe- .. by University Dr. Kammerer..
Sou C.I E4 .......*... .... 38% Keystone K-3 "H._"" '''' ''" 153 with only two yean of college Slated for morning 0 r a P'I't University Collage Speaking for the amendment Professor Kammerer pointed aid tbs. not by Judicial Interpreta- f

St. 011 Cal .._...... 200 ,65%! Keyitona 8-3 __, 17.. who would qualify for the posi talks! are Dr. John L Mew*. Policy Committee-. wan Gladys Kammerer, professor out that there were arguments Amendment r number
tion.; He 11
St Oil lad '__"'H"'? lOOb 43 Keystone S-4 ._:.._ 5.20 alao said there are University of Florida: Dr. B. C. I The committee said cram sessions of political science. Professor against the Regents plan There idea that either pro-
:A i Steel Drug .....__.. ,... 127% Life Investors _... H'_ t 10.15 those who could possibly qualify Barnett. Clemson College; Dr. and C course study outlines : Kammerer pointed out the are those who feel higher education branch of the
s t Texas VIII ..H__... 1.20 834! LIlt Stick Fund__.. 1.04 with a certificate of graduation W. W. Cravens, McMillan Food both popular with UF weakness of the present Board la .Just another function Legislature may propose a reision -

j 1 Textron ?._.......__.. '140 49%! Mass Inv Stock ..H............. 11.31 from a business or vocational of Illinois; Clifford, Alston University students-are frowned upon asa ,of Control. By h.vlnlts members -:of state government as la the stab vl Constitution of all or; part of the

Tidewater HH' ,_., 35 Mass Inv Growth _.._' 1.11 sohooL of Florida, and R. .N. method of preparing for tests 1 appointed for a four year road department and should, approval, of the subject ta '
i Trans W A ___?. 49% Pioneer Fund __.....10.211 Anyone) Interested In this "position Morris, First National Bank of The outlines In many cases, I term, the board lends itself to therefore, be under the gover- people.)
Union Pac ._...... 180a 48% Puritan Fund ._,..,.._ 1.17 may contact Campbell at Tamps have been prepared by members I become a political plum of incumbent nor's control. Under existing' law, the Leg-
Und Air L.H ..___ 1.50b 54%! Putnam Growth _. It.3.f.1' the Cedar Key- fehnnl' for .J -Dr. C. B. Ammerman. University of the UF faculty and sold I governors, she said The professors were urged I lature cannot draft a revision
appointment, or write to--.1-I m of Florida, w 111 head the In bookstores. The committeehas The majority of other states, that if they did not feel higher of( the entire Constitution but
notified the campus bookstore I according to Professor Kram- education fell in the same status must leave tine details to
giving qualifications. Persons Thursday afternoon ....... op a
NEW YORK TIMES
MARKIT AVERAGES OCT. 24m that the University College I merer, have longer terms (
alt the
may also contact the superintendent Afternoon speakers I a c I u de o r road department, they institutional Convention which
I, MM T.. MM of schools at the county Dr. A. Z Palmer. University of does not "sanction' the publication I their board members. The average should vote for the Regeatsde MS not submit Its revision to
I 25 Rails office In Bronson. Florida Dr. T. W. Pur of such outlines. I II about six years.. amendment th. people v-
. IS2.9S 150.98 1J1J4 Up ,1.21 ; Perry, -
B5 Indust f05.12 IM.4I 197.91 U .11 due University; Dr. Robert w. '
i All applicants will'" be II I v a
SO Stocks : S29.02 522.70 S25.1t Up .71 consideration nl Schoeff, Kansas State Unlver- '
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said.every Campbell H.city Hoffman.: Paul of D.Agriculture.Florida Crisp and State Harold Department ABC Shakes Up the TV Boys (I IIIIIIt



STOCK FLASHES 89 Hrm fork lilt,. last. the significance of also are seeking the corporate inence does create a new economic
MARKET By JACK GOULD the season lies elsewhere While prestige and respectability environment for A.BC.
Bankers Urge GovernmentPut NEW YORK What does the N.B.C. and C.B.S. are busy bus- with which to make past do- which did not previously exist a

NEW YORK (AP) VS. American Broadcasting Company's banding their established ores- tractors of A.BC. oat their Obviously A.BC. to
Steel declined on a disappointing t-- .Dow Jones Slack AveragesPrevious Leash Credit EaseMIAMI victory in the first Nielsen lice A.BC. la generating momentum words. to have Ha own way not without goIng ::

earnings report while the on ratings mean for television and stirring up the ABC often has been likened vigorous! from NBC.
response
stock market as I whole moved Day | 2nd Hour I Cast aside the confusing frac- Madison. Avenue natives. to the iIl-mannered orphan of !and C.BA But atyckologlcalr/
irregularly early this afternoon. 87598224J3 38IndustJORaus Off 138 BEACH (AP) TheAmerican i Indicated they feel such.credit tiara and there are the makingsof The development to watch form network TV. In Congress and it has passed a crucial taming
Bankers Association lease could contribute\ Inflation a new chapter In the evolution within the Industry it has ben
Trading was moderately active Off ... today the the men definitive ratings potaL II has stopped thinking of 'If
urged government'smoney if continued.
of the borne medium. a frequent target for disparage
The market itself the
was still beset bypre 15344" as third aehro .
UUtuV
.. election caution analysts up 1.31 managers to begin a The Inflationary trend would ABC. is shaking up the status to come Is not which network ment. Much of the criticism was I
said and by slow In 11147.. Stocks Off '.14 gradual reduction of credit to stem from borrowers using their quo in a way neither chair.]la first second or third I but.understandable but (Golden.. ,
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local plant progresssettling disputes at 4.470.000 I Volume 1.210,000at :head off the possibility of Inflation. toom-ample/ supply of credit to I men of the Federal CommunlcaUons whether they are so closely' Insisted that It was easy for the Baptist Ass'n
out-bid each! other for goods and Commission nor students bunched aa to constitute a dead,fat cats of TV to belittle the I I
General Motors
the official
end of the despite strike. A formal resolution unanimously sen-lew n turn that would of the mass media could heat A dIref..., division of third chain without equivalent i To Meet Here ':

the moment I II II'I'1It adopted by the ABA's !lead to production bottleneckv dream of doing. The fixed ;pattern 'audience means equalisation of economic and technical I resource .Y.
GM took I fractional loss In Associated Press averageof !lOCh annual convention declared and a of skilled Amid derisive The
scarcity labor of ratings the basic economic opportunity to win the sponsor's boots he quarterly meeting of the '
I a mixed auto group 99 stocks at noon was off .21 : and another upward wage .. writ of TV. la being redrawn ,dollar contended that bread andouVter WMV Santo Fa Riser Asaocia- '

Small gains were pasted by a at 1399 with Industrials off .../ "It Is difficult to find justiflrstton 'price spiral by the entry of a third But beneath the surface competition TV had to come before the U* wffl be Tharsday at M .
string of airlines! chemicals andI rails off .1 and utilities up .2. for the degree of ease The American Bankers Asso. force. i lies the unfinished ho- 'public service pslN i a.mat me Gatoeavflk Calvary .iBapWt

,\ I electronics The Dow Jones Industrial av.,'which now prevails In credit elation does not accept the theory There may be seesaw:"g 'IP [I man story of A.B.C. which tomany I But this year be may have CJturrb. A covered
Utllltks wen steady railsj'erage at noon was off .42 i markets." that I retreat from active the ratings during t III weeks !I ways to more interesting. caught bit opposition aapp I a g.He dish kmcheon wfll follow at
I 'm....
1 thoroughly scrambled. Rubbers 1,1, An ABA spokesman defined credit ease must await a clear ahead and furious chums will The two leaders of the network, and Moore forgot hit 13.39.r.
< and building materials declined Prices on the American Stock as meaning there la a supply cut evidence of inflation h the attend each tilsrsli. variation Leonard H. Coldenson. president N.B.C. and sat otter the comedy M.'B. Laatford will
slightly.A Exchange were generally high of money to lend In the bank. form 01 rising prices." hi the standings. And mo fragile '4 of American Broadcasting audience of c.....; Ike I apart, and -.. W. T. Crosby
rise In machine tools orders!sr hi moderate trading. ,I tog system that exceeds the .. .The reasastlGB was ..... at;statistics at Monday diet sit :..Paramount Pictures tot, the fickle theatrical fates cooparatJcd boat! pastor, will tootofl .. i
I In September was regarded ..1 I Corporate bonds were mostlyunchanged an omen of plans for business' to slightly higherUA the wake of the steady wWcH cmtrola the supply of. System and Na- 1 W. Moore president of the teto- quite strongly as a year ago A method coatsrcnco hr .
expansion but the stock market! government bonds a.I .Jl of the eceooeay during money Cad credit by various'I OHM! Broadcasting Co. are fen vision network, not only lose a M M nttmnnt of Moore's 4 sit ofllccn. wH arocoda 9tat >
1 sawed UUla reflection of this1f vanced. |ha past 45 months till bankers,'I methods.1 J formidable networks this woks normal Interest !to profits. They 'bnakmreugh Mo rating pies. J IsSebesa



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Dade Wants Assessments I Johnson;; Planning to Vote at Homeremaining I I


J Revised \ MUTU, .
in Other Counties : LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY-
ALBUQUERQUE. N.M. (AP) at the White House to' .
early Tuesday morning to cast Lucl Baltics, 17, will accompany SINCE 1857PROGRAMMING

MIA.\fI CAP-5eventeen coun- ble Its payments to the district !- fresldent and Mrs. Johnson get the returns. their votes their parents to Texas. The..1 .:

Florida ties in the Central and South from $2.3 million to $4.1 minion. will go to Texas to vote In person Under Texas law, the John- The LBJ Ranch is In Gillespie family Is expected to make an 1.1. i R ,..

Flood control district and to get the election returns Bona could have cast absentee .County which hasn't gone Dem. election eve television appear I "r
may find themselves facing 100' The county's contribution Is 57 ballots. ocratic In a presidential election ance.

per cent property assessments if per cent of the It-county total. there next Tuesday night. since 1932, but Johnson maintains Regardless of the outcome ot t fr

Dade County has Its way. The County's metro Without going into details, Reedy said the Johnsons will a home and voting eligibil the election, Johnson presumably -. J/N./ .. D.wu.1Ja AUDITING SERVICES

Dade was sent a letter to government State- White House press secretary fly to Austin Monday night and ity in Johnson City which is In will go to Austin's Civic S.I.I! Ae./t FEATURING INSURANCE FOR .
recently forced Into remain overnight. He did not adjoining Blanco County. Auditorium as lOOn as the election liDS W. U.... '
a 100 Comptroller Ray E. Green announced + KEY-MAN SPLIT ,
per cent assessment by a Thewday !George Reedy today I .IIt. .l ? -DOLLAR
say specifically but known make
presumably Presumably the Johnson outcome Is to !
court suit, which will nearly douM demanding that the 17 other that the Johnsons will go to m-mi PARTNERSHIP j
t counties in the district be forced their home state, Instead of they will go to Johnson ,City daughters! Lynda Bird, 20, and,ia" television statement I

NOTICe 0' PORICLOSupe .ALI to assess at 100 cent. I
CLERK OP CIRCUIT Coult per I
JSSIEL11.14'' *"* Gllllli *.. *.' NOTICE OP PORIClOiURI SALE I
J. ?. C.nk iK. CNN *: The letter stated that Dade IV ClIRK OP CIRCUIT COURT
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Circus e"wt NOTICI II HfRIIV OIVIN /
"....Id., win ... $0*m AI flay tort.. Nov County......,County was being discriminated wa.nlo.nMCwmlchMl, CM* olth LIQUORS DISCOUNT PRICES
b. '"- *"''"li "* "W 4"..". N .10.> against Circuit Court *l Alachu County.Plorld i l
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RI $14. "' d.w 01 t..0 CI.rH0uN .. will *n $011 0111 dy *l Mov mb.r.
AP.clw., County, 1o,1f.. In 110 City 01 IH4 durlna ttw tool houn ot ui*. *tth
G.n"vlII.. 414410. NIIe Iw .... 1,11 Green was told in the letter mli .door ot IK* Court Mouw olAMchu I
114 III .4(61(0 wkry Ie ... INel1Nf .... County, "!orkl., HI IK* City 01,
but 6144., Iw 4..b $$. 1011.w610 ... that Florida law requires him to OMnnvlll PKvldo MMr tor 110. .ndMl
-'IIod' Pnd.fy 01,0.41, II 441.5110. see that 5 public wlcry to ...* Mgrml ondkMt : HOME OWNED and HOME OPERATED
Cowly. 410444.alts.. assessments be uniform Mddr for c.lh Ih* fllowlnf ** YOUR' CHOICE

Norm :I 1..4 =: t-44.40 : =: "between property in each county x4150 Costly i Plorld prowrty*. hj-olt lltu.1In* AlKhu Smirnoff .
South..11 .ul,11 .4 N. 01,144.4.1 and property In every countyor In M.NW'uN1NI'.Nth1SWI4 YOUR CHOICEHEAVEN
Ov.rtsr N (w$4.. N 050 P.. Tew411 ( taxing district In the state" I ol KtlOT 17. Tewmlilp to tenth, R_ 5 FLAGS _
"p 1.0.4 SIIu'h M Colt .411 OMcrlbMl H Lot t, ollodt
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run 1.,1y .Iar. MN' 110. One Wun6r16 HOTiet OP Mil .Ion. Atachu* County .....ida. Cornmono -, HILL.
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Sl.ty" lie' (1.444 050 to peltN boo 4410'41' of Wa 110" will St clowr 114.44: In' I' NN pndln: in I 80 Proof ?
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MI*. t ClIo .,. cut to
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Mr 101. and loll ., .j .
"bile sultry to Expert butchtrt art on hand I Ito
44/0 high.it' *rtd ,!,t BiflOM ?, (.,44 98Lb :
0.1 follolnt/ MKrllwl: proprty 511.1416 serve your "leds. Th.,. I.o Is I 4.79 :
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wide ond varltd wleefinn
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f n ot th ro< th* it'. *t K- Rib Steak
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last AtKhu County KlorW( and 79 :
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mor Mrtlculorly oKrlln 11 lollm I
C.'m_... M th* Interwetlon o( tht Fifth .;
cmtor tin* of Elate Road M with 04.i Thornton, QUIIN'S Chuck Steak '
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0 DMTOM 94 minutn I'' ,igng tn< BRANDS itort managtr, hoi .
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to tho II conwr of ulf' |' ",. I'I'I j been In tht miot business all ;
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ton ,. tar 1270M rot, Wwnc. South : tht cut of meat you want. I
Ji...dog_ 41 mlnoln Woo (or UM Thick steaks and chopi with s ..39Out I YOUR CHOICESeagram's l"
to Point
of Irglnnli' ,
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/nu. toulll/ S Id>..,... 40 mlnvln, Wnt txcesi fat ond bon. art Fresh Pork POPOV
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tor 7lt $
'ont. South I o>
20 minutn 1110.., Jig mt, "'.grM... yours for (fit asking Don't Boston Butt Bourbon
North, H **grm 40 Clout. .. Kit 110 Hit I. for |lust any cut youcon '
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I5.100,00 North 1150' 20 mlnutm I'
W.if lor 210 tot to .point of lmn ford hop I QUEEN'S 49 Lb. '

Th nlng*..ibm Conttlnlng,......,Ibod I Krt..re.riser' *of or"land:ini I.: BRANDS and get |lust what Meaty Spareribs *.-. 7 VODKA

I. ion 211504:0 linm d .., *Puellc Dfft you wont. And while you artthert
r 4J1 CUTMtt 'oc.1
ordt, AIKOua County Florid be sun to stop and haxt 39 Lb.Dell'.WhoUFrym. 1140. Supreme
unuwit to th* >lnl D.crM eI Por.
o delicious undwich hamburger or
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.uro ntrM In I pnd'no Mtlon I
slid Court 110 .ty1 of fresh hot of I Crown
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11et1N. Inc., I "' .,Id. .. '
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".Inliff .... rFovmortnd Reblwtn cqffet at the. new lunch 290 Lb. 2.98
Mory Nnll Roblnton. his wit, oOK1" .. 0
4, Io".n'$401001.121211C.WITNESS.. and .0.1 umb,. ot 1 I 3.98 Fifth

Mt N.0. and 110 11111111NN counter.Queens 3.98 Fifth .
' III laid C..rt, tt1 2t .
day 01 Oct Brands
I "b5IIN. SO Proof
J. I. CARMICIIAIL ,
I CKrk Circuit/ Courtly
> Imliy Wt/huH S.K.J! ... 4201' NW IMiulev 1'
0. ulyCI 421 NW. tMInc. Ph.M .1554

(1114ry COURT/AHe6MA1.Mq4r HAL PINmlO, I6 R IM.I72M5I. Meats I Ill OwIIr n........ a rJ MILLHOPPER PACKAGE STORE: :

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j' 1 ; r" ALL "TOUCHER THAN WOOD" QUIXUT '
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SEPARATE FROM THE BLADES OR

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I t 14CU1S| FliHJ- SHARP EDGE NEYER TOUCHES SURFACE.
FROZEN FOODS, POULTRY 0.0410 mis rcn l wn-i-ACQUAU r YOU Wrrr+ TMe


SO TOUGH d..IT YEARS & YEARS SUPERIOR EXCEU-ENCEOFQUIKUTCUfLERY

rla I61e FRET r I

CAM CUT NAILS OF DEPEItAllECUTTUI6 Cet9.gr faf d. OFFER E ...

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I f; Swift'ning . S 49" '
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:ro Mott' Haloween TreatApple '

Cider . 4eise 45* .

Orange,Grape, Florida Punch, Pineapple-Orange )

b k 5-. ,_:.,. HI-C Drinks . 3 46-ox.cans $1. IHunt'
Vii oa Tangy "0

\} P Tomato Sauce 2 cant" 37 1 ,
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J p Saltines 1Iw ::\ R.ACH'5.
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Kraft's Fcpulor A 10blln.pllOllng assortment of Broch

I Salad I Oil.I .. ? 75c' tion Hallow..n at PU8L1X Candi'l. .await your .lee-- I

Strietmenn's Poluxe I '
k x

! J Grahams .. ',. a .14os....,. .49c -y i I"
Kltmn Whit or ColertdFacial
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;. Tissues ..............4 400-ct.p.,. $1 j
I ,1 White( ., CelertdKleenex
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Towels............ 2'Pk J; I''.: 59'
Klmn White or Colored .

I U TTY ASSORTED CROCKER A Whit Family or. Colored Napkins. .' ". .''......... 2 ,.".,1.: 25'.'.;',.";

CAKE Delsey Tissue ............... 2 ::; '23' I II i

I MIXES .


N I 3 89< :/JjI4 DOLLAR SALE L.Libby's .

Sliced or Halves Cling

Peaches 4 2.? 1.
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Llbby's Flavorful

Tomato Juice 4 -. r

Libby's Delicious Bartlett

., .. . 4 tent 303 *f. I:
RICH>..THURS.IFPICTIVIWK ..... W1IL' ii
SAT., OCT. L -Pears
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'0-1.1H4. Drink 5 quart cln. 1. ,

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Ors rl $til'trlpi Llbb,'. Early GardenGreen _S
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i r( LUSTRS 1 tMtNAIRIrtAT.U Peas. 5 '::i 1. ,
-14-es....M..lie.....99....MM,...tex Libby Cut THE MONEY IS COMINGGreen

Beans S "; '1. FROM ./J '
st. aO
Llbby's Cream Style

AYIR ASPIRIN TA LlTS Golden Corn 6 <'. 'I. r 50' Cash Refund

,..Mw.too.,M soo.eN.,el i. Libby Deep If ," Mull Libby, hWi.I...H....hW. '-..LMr't.. .*..*... J..... M4 M... '-
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Beans 6 cant 1. >r Li1rr.>ili.SM S.itiUH 124.
rinso bluedetergent breeze all fluffy alldetergent ,I liquid lux liquiddetergent swan liquiddetergent wisk liquid
detergent detergent"jr all detergent detergent t
':." 'ft 69' ,IO.... ft. 73' l. ... 69* to* .r, 74' 1 3-...
w. : .. ,,.. ::: :. 69- .S.: 65' 65' .: 75'


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t "".., HMM Juice StvfMCabbage .."?. 39< : i Pears '..,,......... 10 *, 59'Mol" .4-. L ,

.'. Rolls ..':\7. 59 """o' (..die. Svmmtr
M........ ._.. ,..""kill .. I Cider 89' '
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\ Mince Ples 3 10-H., .. '1.Gnm pp ': '
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\( I Kernel Corn 3 :: 99Gfn < Apples.1. ,
Swr/ Delicious l'I' r II
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, SpinachMr.IN ..'.... ',k.-", 23< >> .
... ....h.. .. SWEET AS HONEY GOLDEN -
', : Fillets S" : 59; soon Nous/K//nN0
'''''''''''''''''''' 9 VOLUMI 7
Bananas Ib
\ With U..M IvHwGorton's '. PARTY fit TOOK
6 "i Sole ........ :X; 59' VOLUMI IHAMBURGER
Sll.h Ce..lth fr
Game Hens .......,.. v;.:' 69' HOT DOG BOOK

? M dairy specials y, I v .h 39c

Krthl MtrftilMParkay
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Sliced Cheese ........';r kf: 39'WI..1tI
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II;, Green Stamps with .

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GOVERNMENT INSPECTED ,J( Or..n Stamps;
t" e HEAVY WESTERN REEF SALE :: '
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.BEEF :.NEEDS LESS COOKING TIME I
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BONELESS TOP ROUND STEAK Stamps*
TAINOW| RICID COIO CUTS
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Sliced Bologna I* 49c Q9Q.QQD999Q11.Q.QQ9

M SaNMta Rand- Chl,f.4 !../, choice 99 C (O 'rViVML _

i Ham or Turkey J,"k:: 35 Ib. W( Orssn Stamps*

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.SWIFT'S FRANKS ,ft. 4*
I Ii' ; Braunschweiger ... 39c Premium :... Sisil.-S.ttU4 (Plui 50it.mp,) ,

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: Swift Franks lb. 49
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Ji Bag Sausage. I'b' 59 SwIH'i Premium. Smtkto. .r (Plus SO Stamps)
jj Or..n SlamPs
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1. Sliced Ham 6.es.,k,: 69' D Polish Sausage :OS.,. 69 1WnT; ;ue1

: I Pint 100 iN..pl> WHERE SHOPPING JS.A PLEASUREGAINESVILLE
I) cici'C; rs3': ft: 87c

< w KMffi KUIUw C..ck.f S mlCheese PIIUX '
Or.
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: 100-. SHOPPING CENTER
-; . deck; 49c M w w K s T j Cq.l..d'C..kd fwd H.1.
: T.Ky $w.fdft.fc % / 1014 N. MAIN ST. '!,! ,
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Steaks 6 5.
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.. handy andy vim tablet lux toilet Ifebuoy! praise 'final touch wt Rut/tvtTHE/ RIGHT

} cleaner detergent soap toilet soap beauty bar I fabric softener TO LIMIT QUANTITIES!

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Citrus Gift






,!i E E Be Boxes'Perfect'Must PICK YOUR OWN




LAKELAND (AP-The) FlorIda -i

: Cltrul Commission hoping

: to protect the Image of Florida

f, citrus has tightened Its quality
: standards on fruit that can be

shipped out of the state In gift
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Earlier at the request of industry

officials who said problems

had been created by slight

t, hurricane damage to fruit the:
commission lowered standards

for fruit sold at roadside stands'

or shipped. I'

,,1 During a regular commission t:x fr

meeting, Key Scales Jr. of

Weirsdale, a member who specializes

In gift fruit shipping unI

packed a gift box which he said

he purchased from another supplier -

I 1 last Thursday. It Included

f small grapefruit, one of which

; :. was green already oranges.rotting and small,,


: "When one box of fruit like

i : this goes out of the state, It is

a pitiful advertisement for the

a .: : Florida citrus Industry Scales .i L. 1(/<..11.; () rIw.!I
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said.'

:' The commission revised Its I ": .. rFRi.
I... : standards. Intrastate shipment ':,

, r'' of No. 3 fruit will still be per. .

: milled within the state. But gift OCt

, .. fruit shippers are restricted to .

, shipping No. 1 oranges, grapefruit

: and tangerines outside the

',1 state. .._'

... 'N' .THI!IIGHTH CIRCUIT JUOICI.L'!! COURT C'0'CUIT.PLO5I, IN I.'|I IDA &SAT. '
30 & 31
.. AND POR IN CHANCIRYIITTY ALACMUA COUNTY. ]

.. IMAKT .,M known NSNtplaMN :

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O.Mr I Oollvory '..
Orion Caw tprlnti. Florida.

I .. 'Iou I''IMI an linown.....by ruldinei notltMd, )MN "'... M.Salo j
MART 1ft tMClntull !
InTY
tOad by .
Court el Aloc .' Cou."'. Pier.Ids.
.Mr cwnMll N.lool you and "'"
Me ",lot Ih.ruhI, Pnayd IS? ll an
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This I a, tMnMer.. IN c.mmand you to
It blur WrltiN d.tNN II :11.:
:, MN.n thIlh day
N
V ..... A. D. 19'". and that you Sh.11 ,II
IhSnMNI? on or Mien ha SthtdeaPy at j
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:::=ra.N.: : aI N.h 11054 nuIt'
w.N. sun .. I. ,r.r strait. 0.11I1a.
".'1.... atienMrl tat SI ,IalN11N' Sod Clip the entry in each
Immallalaly' MerSSN till INN = .at coupons appearing participatingmerchants
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1 In: my MIlc.. OSMI talus SN t

l r,"ti with cNnt.Ih occ."o.IIM'will II N law.WINNN :. .Nt.r.d NRwr S 151AM IInN OWS Drat ads. Shop at any of these stores (listed below I

my hied and 5M1 N WIa
f Circuit Court 1Ms Ilk day N Oc_.

a A. D'l CleW. S.: CAIMICNAIL N CIrCuli Court FOR THE KIDS! ). and PICK OUT ONE ITEM YOU WANT OR '


I .' I.CJTON:un:2'a IURWILL.A1Mnwyl w.MNwur.. NEED from any of these stores! Write this item on the

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all 0.111I.5. I. Pint. ''''atraN,'"' entry coupon and deposit it at each store where
.
toM' 1'.,. 1. II. HOW MANY merchandise

in TMI CIRCUIT' COURT Of FLORIDA' .
MNTH' JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT, IN AND is selected. (
Only one
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FOR ALACMUA"COUNTY registration at each
LINDA' YAWN,
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S&JfflSSft'SXSOrV.lTc.urt .. AIOCIIU. County Piera ...M.... THE PUMPKIN? i ONE LUCKY WINNER FROM

W.. .Mr com.lilnt ogilnrl' you and ItiiiW.
, rank.. tMntti Ffiyod tar 'll d dl-
a
TN II, 1haNf o N MtnmMd you Na Many ol the participating: stores hav* filled Halloween
UK vwr wrimn M nw Hi MM. MUM. pumpkins with pennies The child, Mia
.batons ,IM "h aw H Novwi.tar making
an M
., A. D..tss-.. and.. NN that JS"Jfi"JllS: closest' guess to the exact numbs .f pennies' 'In the EACH '
lor on t
vomtaor A. D. NII. MTV 1 ewy .t l pumpkin will receive both the Pennies' end the pump STORERECEiVE
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your d.M./M. lop on lortonluiwoll. a kin! All children
: must bo
HI S. Pied! Strati. O.IWW' accompanied by adults.

.vino...._Fttrido,...., ,H.oltorwyi.'rM".or ,tor"."IM l.lnllH*..l one...
elflc.. Upon Mlluro M eomMyolihor wIM FRI. & /
In my SAT. ONLY!
ot IM ......, o doerM ft cano -
MIM will > .....,... Holmt you ..
.ndln. M 'law.WItOWS : *
my haw and Mal of our I y THE ITEM OF HIS

, a Clnult A. D. NSJ..Court S. CARMICHAlLo, mil oHi day ol OctoMr.Cdrt CHOICE

1 ot Circuit' Court
a tAHTON a SUN WILL
Attimoy. lor F>ulnliHIII -

I. 5. .FlrttO.lnnvlH. .Amur FUrld.IM4 ShatSW WatarhhW. I Thi IteM will either bo offend FREE or at gnarly' reduced price, depending upon

lll> H. h. H
IN THR CIRCUIT COURT OF TNeIONTN the advertised offer of each 'individual store..
JUDICIAL c""uIT I" AHOIt
Poe ALACHUA STATS 0' 'LORIO.
IN CNANCIIIY,
KILOOHi HID COMPANY

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.. H. W. MAOUi led JANII I.HAOUI .

1 kd. .: Ml Notice w'"H.f3tl' OP WIT VISIT ONE I )

Z THI ITATa Of PLOP.IDA' TOl I :
ATLANTIC BOX AND CAIKST COMPAKY. -
I o corfwcltan ass III ollly.M.llonon 1S
cndltoro ass truoloM a minis
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... undor or otalmt MM' Mr.porttMn
mrwf
y Mrolnbofwt ......... Molts
.11 or eUKBlnt I* uses wy rW...<.n...Otto. .orIntaroot ..
ki or lion upon IM o
ocribo IriSsety 1ft AloerWd County OF THESE STORES
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PAN .
1 tf *KlMl I In TwmahlP t. awed .
R ow St a. m IM AMIOONDOORANT. .
.! Low tM NorHI IM CMIM dm.
a loot KM cMim and tontolnlnttir ,
" Otroo If UM4 tin or ..... MidComnMria
W e...... Wool of OrMrotlto .
. Norm Hrw If IM ARUIDONOO FRIDAY
GIANT tM l.t WM" ot loeTIIO SATURDAYCherry's
crouoo
j "on 4 T.Nd11P t ........ ,,_ Nledt :
\, ass ... Huth M CMIMi Well
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10 GAI/M I5 Cha1NSt S R"
lash N Ch."'.. NtltShlltl. N. Kn.a .
., ,INN mats or N..d
III' vi n mo II <* N tM imof '
Sallies ir. Towniiip' I taum. a_ Cox Furniture Lichter'sCh.snut's
i 1' loot MHJlovlMOll
Cw,0mayS Ili CN.1ttI WrN 0'Sa
a ..... ot Mellon H4I*.
Mann run Norm UN CMIM, Hwnco
run WMI It mo Wool ,lino. ot Lot 4iWWKO
a run Mum KN ...,... iMnco D
: 'vat last M it. : .5 S.SM10I1,' all a Super Ruddy's Personality
hM w aid Sans Sa.IIa1 JFL, all Shop
c__. ot IM OfM>Aolf/ mil Mot
on ... Soutll toundory .Hno of ProttionM -
Mellon Isll l oullWo of NorM

lino' of in AlKfOONOO....,.. to iioko CHANT M lane rustled Franklin's G. C. Murphy Baird
Hardware
Norm o.o. ion* II" CMIM t* Taws Variety StoreWoolworth's
.M.l lino" MKimn TmwiriiM I ond .
mM II. Tlwrco Wolf on Miw II I
s,0ar Sash If-.
Seats MulMoolYOU
illS .hats Ie 0111,001,05 In lie,....
.0.,t, awlIle, Doc'.. maS N
-. Lanier's Mitchell'sChace& '
AND RACK Of YOU in here Self Service
M MWOIIy nollflod not wit tor Ion.ctoiuri .
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.KILOORR.. .......HID.... Mtoctlnt COMPANY tM,Mov a Plo.Ococrltt4 ... Shoe Store
OTO 'ly luo aa flM 11a1n.ly.vn .
and mot pwwini u ao.Nsa /1 McCrory's Kitchens 13th Pharmacy
oy, mo IWWMI. jmn A. N .
wwonroo Mdlltanol or W.yNaaMarySM ,
: l>mnonoi .MmI wa wnr.N
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trl5rt.5M M aavhN r I
SeaN wMcN .tf.ct a
t MrM ISsue
d.a./Sad w haw II. 5050 .....
: asaplsh yes aM an Mn I
H wn .:: of your :=;
.. Ow a/smu1 s.mltalll ass 0w aN/-' ALL DRAWINGS 5 P.M. SATURDAY
OCT. 31
monliry eomlMI M DM on moM
"."',"'. fftonoyi.' llllt vwOOOORICM ." { I i
WICMINTON' t IAW'I'I". -
< l.. NO PURCHASES .
owe. Mo Flout Ciiy./ 1M6
... on or o.<... KM in* lIlY oM > Nevin.F ., REQUIRED .
Saetit Ot NwNs m5

.: :::..:|: HIM.mv ItMron Mud ond wlH not MWITNIM Ness of MMJI.1 I You Do .Not Hove To, Be At Drawing TO Win! "

Court M QOIMKIIIO. AIaNw Count I IFiorM '
<. liuo IJin cuv ol OcioMr. IH4 "
.' J. I CAHMICMAFL. WINNERS NAMES WILL IE POSTED IN STORES. -
Clan ol tM Circuit' Court
a IMIIV WAT UHUU". 0 C.
a COUYT $(AL FASCIMILES OF COUPONS WILL IE ACCEPTAILE.Zale's .
: COURT MALIIMI
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" u/f/ Precinct Workers Go to School Here This Week I Bible Reading Case Delayed

School bells ring this week for and the supervisor of registration how to conduct legal electkir n I One clerk and three Inspectors TALLAHASSEE (APThe clared unconstitutional by the
J ,'I Inspectors and clerks who will will conduct the school; and bow to operate voting ma- are assigned to precincts Florida Supreme Court has U.S. Supreme Court.
(\t work In precincts during the Precinct workers will learn chines. with one voting machine. la called for additional written and The slate's highest court,
I Nov 3 general election balloting the law, Is
precincts where more than one oral arguments before entering which twice upheld
.. Three 2%hour sessions are I Cool, Cat machine Is needed an addition- a final order In the Bible readIng expected to enter an order Inline
planned, at 2:30 pm. Thursday with the U.s. Supreme
and 9,30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Fri- WICHITA, Kan. (AP-Firt- When they pulled the air inspector each additional will be machine.employedfor case. Court decision.But It gave aides
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DEAR ABBY: I have been dating a golf pro for the church. HAVE .'! DEAD FOR 4 KOOO OOLO SPIKE THROU6HM
past six months and he has been giving me golf lessons Sincerely, CHIEFLY 1 EH5d YEARS WHATLLWE MlART/r I'VE.
MRS. R. F, C. sf FIAVESOLVED WHO DO WITH HIM? PRICEDAFEW. /
free of charge. On our third date be asked mi to marry THE RINGO DO WE LOCK HIM UP FOR frto
DEAR MRS. R. F, C.i You are 109 per cent correct andI I
him, but said that due to some financial reasons. he would thank you for pointing out this Important distinction. And z Er CASE.? ARREST? 30DAVS? loffaoooifpj ,I$FEB r, Ij

have to postpone marrying me for about a ,year. Hoping! while we are on the subject, the Planned Parenthood organization ANTED r \

: i I to hasten the marriage, I let him have about $SI1O. I Just Is dedicated to all phases of family planning. j

',I I found out that he has been dating another girl and giving They will also help couples who want children,'hat appear ? orMRV.R II

( her golf lessons for nothing. Now'I realize that he was only unable to have them. a r j

I using me, but I must admit he' Improved my golf game /I RS
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DEAR ABBY: guess most of all I just to get ..
a lot. I have too much pride to tell our club president, problem off my chest. My darling mother should and would p00gn5

I but I would like to get my money back. How? love to own a pretty wedding ring that she can be proud I

DUMB BLONDE of. My Dad has'liven her two cheap sets ,that she wore

DEAR BLONDE: Forget your pride and tell the club I.,, completely through on the underside. She's now wearing her r 1
president that his golf pro 11 I under par la more ways than mother's plain gold band to show she' married. My father DON'T TELL WEARVAWJRD YONDER ttfMES
one. And don't get so palsy-walsy with profeisloaal ...lnl'era I if far from rich but he could well afford to buy 3)) 1 JEST PICKED UP SOME i A PERFE9510NA1- V -
again unless yon can remember to keep your head mother a nice wedding ring with a few chip diamonds In JUICY GOSSIP DOWN IN I X, PAW S COMMON TATFR
down and your eye on your purse! it. Mother deserves the ring and she wants one, but she ,TH'SETTLEMENT, ru+wi1n -- ?
j S e doesn't want to ask him for It. Would it be all right for 1,, \ _
;I DEAR ABBY: In your reply to"WORN OUT," the, mother me (her married daughter) to buy her one? '.
of 10 who wag expecting her 11th, you say '"If It Is.not BIG D FAN :

contrary to your religion, call your Planned Parenthood DEAR FAN If you don't know your father well enough 1
Contra" t to uy "Look, Dad Mother wants a nice wedding band
: I To my knowledge the Planned Parenthood program It. so let's shop for one," thea yon should get better acquainted -
not contrary to ANY religion. If the woman I li a Roman ed your father. A wedding ring Is more tlJu.t piece
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1 complete Instruction in birth control, as approved by her to !proilde his wife with one. 1 .


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Probably I world has spread the) messageof for our great victory over bus leader, Leonid Breahnev, '
the toughest thing to be In this communism throughout the space?" the enemy of the cult of per-

world Is a Soviet student No globe and has brought prosperity "Comrade Khrushchev," the sonality and brother of the : rou TIII'YC: AAORt 0f ,
matter how well you learn your. to the peoples of all the So class shouts."Idiots working classes"He Itt. itk sCT T T Yt711yl7lJ j
lessons, It doesn't necessarily viets." I 5 A NnCE
How times doI
many looks at little Vladimir. tls e
mean you're right. "What else, Ivan?" have to tell you? It i Is our glor "Now ted me, little] Vladimir, I I- PGC'a ClMCTTOat I

For example last week atPeople's "He has made the corn grow what has Comrade Khrushchev '< II
School 113 In Moscow, high, the wheat grow strong, done?" I I"He {= IJ
a teacher was talking to his and the flowers bloom." Thnik of All '
eighth grade class. has sent our space ship J
I "And what about steel produc Into the heavens -" .
"Boys and girls, today the That Trash!
I lion? "Stop! Comrade Khrushchev J Jkf
brave Soviet cosmonauts, Ko- II_
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a.reactionary phrasemonger -
marov Yegorov, and Feoktistov,
have returned from their glorious "Little Boris whe la the NEW YORK (AP) -The IS a harebrained Inept, brag W4

flight Into space. The first greatest leader against the reactionary million >hunters who will taketo ging fool, and an enemy of the II
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question Is: Who Is the man adventurist and chauvinist America's forests this fall people!" :-

who Is responsible for this un- line of the Chinese government are urged "not to exchange Katrina raises her hand "But
believable feat?" ?" rubbish for game" I did he not keep the peace in'

The children rhout, "Comrade, "1 don't know." C. R Gulermuth vice -: the world" loser SSiTTLH 5" TM/9
president erORRIW Tai MaS alolw 1OOMs I
"Daughter of an Imperialist! MINT ]0iF NO..A51V ITa
Khrushchev!" I 'Stupid lout Boris. What do of''the Wildlife Management If I've told I've told I // rar4' TO taATMrr9 aLMt>'t 'eaT R..eer QQQ:
you once
"Why Is Comrade Khrushchev you mean, you don 1 .know?, Institute and chairmanof hundred times Aleksel',
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"Because Comrade Teacher I "Stay after dais, Boris, and national ,advisory council of peace. Khrushchev la af' fir r.

he Is our glorious leader, we will see it we can refresh steering committee estimates drunkard, and a criminal with''.
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I and he has sent our spaceships your memory that "if all these hunters were' avoid tendencies"
pa.
5 into the heavens to show : As he Is talking, the principal -1 litterbugs each one of them "But it says In the book." ,

I the decadent Western capitalist comes in and whispers: would leave at least a poundof 'Never mind the book! They :
nations the Soviets are first something Into the tocher's ear trash ,- or a total of 7,000 are aU going to be confiscated:
in science." The teacher goes white. He tons in the nation's woods."II am ashamed of all of you for .

"Very'good, Vladimir. Now, nods and writes down some GulermuuYs advice to hunters not learning your lessons The :

little Katrina what else has our things on a pad. Is simply this: "Take out only one who has done his :
beloved" Comrade Khrushchevdone Then he addresses the class of the wilderness all the trash homework is little Boris. Little -

? again. '"Now, once more, Whois you carry m except what! Boris will someday be a
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......,........; I Girl Rears Puppy, Starts Collision Course to Grief I Chinese Actor Found Dead Ing final arrangement In the ..
event of his death.
NEW YORK (APMad) Madeline, IS, set out on her "I knew when I agreed to take going to be able to give her up HOLLYWOOD (AP) Police Venice. An empty sleeping pill:I Tong, a bachelor, lived alone.
eline Guarneri and a puppy emotional collision course Mon ,i dog Into my house it would be, when the time comes. I guess said veteran Chinese character I bottle! was found nearby.An .
.. ..*..., ..' named Cleo are headed for an day when she took the I-weekold -!hard to part with her when the I'll just have to take in another actor Sammee long left this autopsy was ordered.
k. ........ emotional crisis and there Is Labrador retriever Into her Ume came,," Madeline said."But' pup right away," note for them: Police said Tong gave no I
I nothing either can do to avoid It. home.In here I have the dog only Before the program could "I han taken my own life.:.No i explanation for his suicide, but J
nine months she will return !two days and have pn begin, parents had to agree too one Is to blame." I eft several notes propped up oni ...
DAY! WALT DISNEY'S I It to an institute for training asa I dreading the day I'll t allow the dogs Into their homes. Tong, U, a screen performer i chair in his apartment one -
1 LAST "SO DEAR TO guide__ g for the blind.! .__ i give her back." "Daddy was a pushover," .f for 25 years, was found dead c if them to his landlady and I THE SILENCE'PORNOGRAPHY
MY HEART"The Nine other students at Bay- said Madeline. "And my four Tuesday at his home at nearby mother to his attorney, dicta.I OR
(paw i side High School.are in much brothers and two sisters went, MASTERPIECE
Action StclI'hTOMORROWf i ilI the: same peed: ,I nl. for the idea right away. It took'' Brand New 1964 Modern Horn I Th." are few films tint
aarvadr, ne area I The ten -five boys and five a little while to convince moth.: I lend credence to the view
j girls -agreed to take puppies but she that the C'lnpma In a er finally went along. ,
trfe NwM.rw. Re.I' rr.!II''!!:..se.l! I SUPER DELUXE AUTOMATICModel aU.1I art: THE SILENCE
It's Fun LAST 2 NITES as part of a program launchedby "My father said that If this: li Indisputably of the...
and
Action..every time OWN 6:JO SHOW T:00 I the Queens Child Service one works out okay, well get 142-B Porno scenes will provoke
r ._ they grab a wheel...OR A GIRL! SEE ROTH LATE AS *20 I League in conjunction with the another one at the end of the Rtg. $329,00 Valut I moral indignation.wtnh This to
committee dun tint
RICHARD SIDNEYWIDMARK' !Second Sight Guide Dog Foun nine months," she said. "All 1 I lIIult.t.4 minim anT such iM..ibl
POITIER dation. can say Is, we better." I SPECIAL I I. obtctioni.| but tnlt that
THE LONG SHIPS l "Those In charge of the program SAU ,, r"t _. I' the nvtilifig h. hne.. of
,,_ 6 II feel that a dog cuddled Learned Fast I than""hJecticmaolll" semis.
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JAMES ATTEND OUR BIGWITCHA.THON elms said. tIc'y within the continuity of the
Two months later he scored
whole work do>> not provoke
DARREN "I named my dog Cleo right a hole in one on a par 3,: STITCH ran Prl.e' 'I any objection whktioever.
i : .. FRIDAY ifter I brought her into the i 150 yard hole, the second ace -1 Th. answer lies In the nur-
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on Democratic ticket. . .. .. .. ".. . .. ..49 LI.Lb.. ,
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head of Lyndon Johnson, who has suffered one close-to-fatol SHANK HALF 49* .

heart attack which he himself describes as "serious as any MR. G. PRINCHFRIES
I man could have and stilt live."

; BUTT 'HALF . . 55' Lb.Lfc.. 9.0%. PKG. 2/19
4 Let us take a careful, serious look at Hubert Humphrey.

.f The facts of his record ore strange. His bland exterior cloaks PAN MADI ?

, '.; 'a; man of flaming resolution. What his possible Presidency SAUSAGE U .

f,' bodes for the American people has frightening implications. : EXTRA SPECIALS

" THE ADA.. Almost U. S. GOOD & CHOICE BEEF
two decodes ago, In 1947, Hubert Hum. HUDSON

\ ,phrey helped to organize, and has since been a prime mover zoo
i Jn!,.one of the most powerful Leftist organizations in the nation STEAK 79 NAPKINS cr. pkg. 39 :
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,This Is Americans.. for Democratic Action (the ADA), 1' U.Lb..
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whose members'now hold about 50 of the top positions in our .

federal government and hundreds of lower-echelon positions, CUBE STEAK . . 89 TOILET TISSUE 2/25*

and whose Left-wing. dictates shape the policies of the Johnson

administration.Five GROUND BEEF 3 Lh. 1.39 SHORTENING SNOWDRIFT 3-">. can 59t:

, of the long-time aims of the ADA, which coincide

exactly with long-time aims of the U.S. Communist: Party ore: CAMP.ILLS TOMATO

SOUP 101 ox. can. only ]Q :
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armed world; we disarm whether USSR does or not. DIXIE LILYPOTATOES

US NO. 1 MEAL or GRITS 5 lb. .49SII
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:. LETTUCE .. 2 let 35 "
employees ard recipients of taxpayers' money; no restriction '. !' KANSAS QUEEN SELF RISING

I" on passports for Communists;'abolition of the Senate Internal CILLO KG. FLOUR 5">. bag 39*

Security Subcommittee and the House Committee on U".-

American Activities. CARROTS ..... .." .. 2k25'e


3)) Conciliation of Soviet Russia, on the basis that the Com-

munists (whose prime, undeviating purpose is to enslave the APPLES.. ,. .,. .. .. .. .. 4N. let 39* MEADE
world) hove "legitimate'. aspirations";
LARGI' SUNKIST

4)) Friendship 'with all Communist regimes, including Red LEMONS39*

China and Castro's Cuba with massive amounts of U. S. tax &

i payers' foreign-aid money to Communist countries;


5)) Federal control of education medicine, and ,of almost HINDIISON CHASE GIlSON'SUGA"R "

every aspect of American society. tr 'LA.GUD'.A.' WILLIAfV

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Cttortd Proporty ...,11I Willing to work night 'OMPLETE BOOKKEEPING SEE US TODAY REAL ESTATEIS toil

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M MIRRORS 41 P51Ia 5515 1mI"' .". Homes Inc. WINIFRED H CRAWFORD NIWISISYl1 ,.: : Dlnn.;; UPHOUTIRY
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CLASSIFIED ADS
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I = Clean out the CJoittt b Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra ca.h Person to parson ads art for non commercial nn wiling merchandise pleadat

= 4 LINES $3 $100 or Ion with tho tolling price stated in the ad. No additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days. No refunds for ads that

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n gWN." J ." J ': J 55 will ill cadlllanini. 1.ds. ;-ROBINSON HEIGHTS: aul .
TIME home. Lot 10* a IIONew'enter. IJf tot, ...,..... link bulH.M and SlOn SyK/al/ Nab city limit I BR, I bam nerdy,
M LASSITERREALTY FREDARNOLD I Ism palm TroM 4 ...""'"*. Near New I BR, I bath wllft.ptlll rang, carport, i utility room, fu.... Only I p.r cent down and doubt* carport, family roan
churche. and new fthopolng contort kitchen.I ItM ... ft living' area 111,MO M7 m*. ISM NW Loll .mlmdmam 05.1E Call 576110 Nw built > bi kitchen. Cant....hat *
w.ik to LMIhmood Wool.wood plus Ig doubl gerepe. Rldgw.' y Tw PR ..,.... at 811 Northern Jill Terroce. I ton air and 114. lion
: down tor n5. .11* IE ,411I Tw
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IS NOW. PLORIDA PARK Khool Bui aortic $Inlp Contraction C** WHO4 w 371 Bud Robmeon, PR MM4.
Clurmlng I br t Dim Ocala M .... Rare window, ..,nle.. 4 *04iMW .
buill. u> roof flraploc, ntodiMm ..notl.. blmdi PHA financing PARRISHPRESENTS BUY DIRECT PROM IUILOIR .
repair The *cr* phi. lot US* down 4 Mtn ......,.. .In.cludM NW S5IH II. I BR. horn Ir lie MM _........ Panda ofHemn MOVING TO JAX
:: Do You HoveA I* truly .beautiful. ..... locotlM.PURNISHED .IniurMK 4 te.n. 17 NW Wait Pirk 135 down and 171pw model. The completeUV OltlAT trade ipurheilty." Wlltrd
$455 DOWN A ._. 115 "r ..... REALTOR :Nth It .......* PR IHIXPURNIIHEO : m*. w will rent far Its per tams wIM llleelllllt _.... beeulltm watsrr0.. .
Plan ,aus" A Y1' Wall _.... Phono PR HH5 :D1' N. W. 3.1. "" 5005Edward. horn ki Moypart area for yaw
( :: Room, I br, I bith himhn4, I ........ far PHA I tr:nlc:I BR I bot: ./... I BR CCB Home LARD PANELS FLA. roernwith Inc.. J7..7t7I Galnetvllto' horn properly
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'I .... horn with pondod PI. Ice equity' and .almapaymanls Cuttont 5.11or grackxn Mad
from UP. Ill NO room .
4 BEDROOMS flreplec 3 BR. IV* bathi.
Will (ndKlpoC pIM olwiM lot ef Ml m*. Call 171.au THE HOUSE YOU HAVE BEEN DIRECT FROM IUILDIR ........ HUB 'lor..... Room .
= Apartment or PRICE .DUCID you'll Ilk* III lUOOt. Call 311- Let *f ipaco, tow .prlc, Pay, III! aitw f and all day woslt.end. OKllon Nicely landscapes of town kl deHrob ichooliIII ,'. WAITING POR 1 bedroom I 1 prlc* nduod. M "" 4 neareto Family" Room .thrai
4 a b'. a _. built M _. Cant "". Ilk.!.rant otter mall down pay ,00*. Phon PR Midi all w PR4IMI both living room, dining i........ BR I both* kitchen. eauulppsdP11 bedroom. three bath*. Oftk.
Rent? h l& air, cloihv a horn men Only 1 years bid carpet ....... ,. Built.In kitchen. Lovely 'Iorlde It VA, $153 H' ISM Ten.stugN w den. : boautitul krichen.
House many OCALA ,
: to and drapes ....1_ Utility roan I '''/ 1 Mm. Irg yak tor No D.1an.y. .
I : and control ......... IM 3747571. ..,. .. cuaum'IMwres
you will love to line M. Ill N Ilib. J. J. PINLtr ARIA Large a /or ..,,. It beds "' paneled room pall heat No. Many
Ave .RI Salt homo, ouptrlor con.ittvctton abrafe spa's ::"r'I'i :; and central air _II........ Snared by bw/rNs 0w saS1
::: Pmlkjo mlghborhaodOvor Mat*, Imo.nCSfenl.I passel yard Walking dtetenc* to L"".. ..do IPACIOU HOME, by wnw. Lewdawn Will trade w call outright Con
REMEMBER- Mutt b Mown to b po m.nt. Mud ba MM to tect Hugh Edwird Inc. AIM
A GOOD BUY IfOt l* ft IM MO, Call 'II- built In kll./.n. )720N w *. .poreclat-
I br. 3 bMhi pia mi. Cent ht 1521. TRI4.EVEL : itn .1 ..d. b* appreciated M not NI lit Dormen, lain moaow.. 17-IUI.
1 and Living tovl with flraoiac for Ira- you ASKED It I .". 1 bo..... kj. Ihrbigroom
: A rental vacancy alt baautltuliy landtcapod.pH clout tlM ..... tor aulotroil. .
living Nurt UNIVERSITY OP PLOR M ps ale mm tokitchen.
i berbacu 120,70, SPLIT LEVEL Very mbdm 3II :::t"'Ift
1 .bath. Large oom. Play lvol oaaartt** chl JWK IDA Lovely brick......* on Vany .. toihiiw,
..:. COSTS YOU MORE Wall to well 1I.lnt 12t.00I. drill from adults HorC a 4 bodroom larva wooded 'lot Three ...'. ._ flow Bawlltul ywdwlovely New hick Homes.
INCOME PROPERTY. CIII 1/10112' for carp.llnv appl.WE howl with pionty *f elbowroom .-.. I ....... Una 1I.'nt' ...,*.*. CHI VMI4I w ,
KM NW )nd Avo.an Ovor :KM .... ft with control 372-8404 room with firepioc. mwrat dli. 3724.31 ertw t P..M. *
than the ad that NW nth AVO.. OPPIR. PERSONALIZED hooting and air I Call fOR III! Ptorkto. room plu, I wilder
M seal NW 4ltl Ave.INVETORI IIIIVIC' lot u. know you H7MO with good torrn*. : IAIV TO SUV and Miy to own. delta M'sl :UyY iinircH m
will rent itl! .... IO .., oppolnlmont.EASY Lllll woo4 ..... thr** HMrMmi, TII"--: 1 tiMI Home ltd bId_ tullt.In kltchen -

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for .Incem* property. Invitllg*. .... duw11 paymdnt. 'HA from I7GI
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3781521MyrtK horn family*. Roitful room In living tag I In bldroom wwtUudy W' THINK-..lOut you will like MUINFa $$651.0. UnlvoraltyEXCELLENT. If Plonld0. AuNNS PAL No 11I2I II.W. N PI. c....sl ........ ....i

: vacancy COSTS NW location. Owner Nay- Md_ MM' booty nwlheutaccvoancy bcNbnMN I e........ cell with as ashen 2 N.W. SIN Plec 4 *7* MmOPRPJ .
MOELLER LMltor, 5sa11.Wm .big ...... sal ml* ono lad.,. In tho ftnlrt' ....1.... Hrtfwood 2 badman, slaaplnq l1ft psroNNoon. --. I ....... WIly .It ..... HOUSE DAILTl I
: YOU EVERY DAY trip fining, m*.wry conitrue.lion. plead Is low 110 M.YOU'L5 lily IT 'V"
C.IIII...H.rrl. Assaclals FAMILY HOME Occupancy kofor ThMk .down pyma I and _I... T/Md." yak twdilu 113,772' us call Vt-NII W.i$507
REALTOR ::106 I.' lot
: until It Is rented: Camtortabl P...... horn w I I Nthree *rnldonc trmi t s In wit luburlyon 'yell.APPVALINO 2 &L3bedroomsS 3 I your 1aI.
Av good mod" bodroam and '
lots W. Unlwtlty *
NW ..n ovrli M 111 I mMtryoHr QUAL""D Says. PHA hymn. .
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PR 4M7IMemO.r ,.. McKINNEYGREEN tw. barns. Th and kltchM Plorld ha room*mpi. cllv. fHturoil IhrM Int ............ .........
: IF RENT: YOUR LOSS Mulll, LisIbiMeaclala *....* tar* eating, and IncMMbuilt b.roonlew4 ....... lovely bloat hsnlte OUIIIdi city IInII. HOME HUNTING, LOOK!
.. W. M..llor Pa/N K..lor In, rang *vn, dlwou polio, cMtral nt. nd inly .. Only Slings 411.RANCHITTI .
: IS: PER DAY IS: Charles Maya sAarsl Graf DEMONRIALTOR end dlMiwather H.rdwood. 11,075.c.nlra 1770000. Goraflti &corportl _I' .... Op.proalmalaly ECONOMY ***" bm ""
14.10. .Iyeo' ..... and air conditioning OVID At" ACRI In Klrllw.U. "' floor. cllnt condition :wooded
Plaitrd wolli II paces. L.
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$ large I car 1"_ Attractively Oroclwit mooonry hmcm. lot ttrKllv. 111IE
nelghberhood
tril hod, two tatht thro t**> e Formica Cabinets catod en Nawberry Road Just
: HI ptr .in*. It.a day londK.pod. .
pr 3,111 .
,? roamt PtUI tnothor .dram 1300 down, I yr *n .balances it only 51,000. 1MB down.NI
FORDYCEFEATURES Bullt-lt' kltchtnt
J. i. FINLEYIf and hm tor pwito, reinfive. C me. rhea 371-1471. .
t IN **r IM. .. IIM pr day you hv I lira family *nd It lor a oIuIIY. Le... a T.mlIIO floor
I want plenty at room, thit nk ARNOLDREALTY ......... 1IIdI. flr.,..... 505.Rlaaaa0y e Bath vonitiasa M. M.PARRISH LUXURY Bewtirm: rili; not* el Hom mod*!.
: ISI per IM UN pr day ,
horn will **rv* you well 4B .prked and dewgby All utilities eolenlel 4 IR J both, panel.
.R. I Sam PI*. Room -Central COMPANY appolntm1.l city ed Umlly room. compl.t "bulltjnkitchen
: M p.m..51.51. per dnnr Ht Idully located within Mulllpl. Lilting Mmbr. o Sidewalks many IXI,... Now lolling
1' OPEN HOUSEAt 1 Mock *f the tehee) Pved 111* W. Univ. Av*. JTJJJ71Ancltni J. W. tor C4.75. P41a vi-1471: .
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me t. n II pw day limits BMUtllul Medal M Jan C.ldw*
thli .ttrectlv Ihra todroomUnhronlty Thl prapwty to M OK.ll.nt. condition Jim Uwpotrd Sob K.ikman KIRKPATRICKftCALTOM $11,250.I2(550 ..., ** ara the bait MW
: m ear ..... .. MM: p.r day _. INse. IS oellool. antM : Priced under 117,000 ,. W. Hodg Jimmy Oran ASSOCIATE INC. BETwEEN Aha.muss! MI Oainewlllln I .rllgh-
Ir. conditioned 1 with
: ITI pw ..... .., It.. pw dyIMptrn /lrg ftmlly room good ales dowS Can b*payAranl PleA Pkienced"- L" with u. ellw tow W.lfor sloddard H ... Ma I-W04 Ask .boutlUr "Douai You M WayM Mill Holon Graham land Court Manor Three.and. 4 BRmoO.ll
Parrlih
"r eg* Low Own payment nd I ION line prmerly bator AgSSttCIAPR Moray Sall Ollar." Carolyn' PWloy Mary from 111.401: to 111'" 14 **-
*. ., .... par day m on"'l, paymaal s. De alme by you you buy Call. M W. Ploy MNNlnsn 1 Iron BunmllCpt <* NE Pint Slraet Tef 171.5)71 tfgnt give town. Mggeit leloctkMlFa
: and w. thlt homo I ".M. to IP A W ROM. USN Rot
Ml pw mo. nil ber day .M., _"Y. October U at 111 LITTLEWOOD LeoN 001401504' '' S1. Griffin MitarPMtlwi w .p*,lntiiint .. M.. pn... Kirk
: II.W. 5th D'..... And e14r Nma AIIASIBy I | .Ie 17J."" vl.r ...
ThIs to a fin horn hi M Uses .tocotton 4 BR. I both nom* COMPHT.LV STEPHEN FOSTER p4rlck IH rM w BWct
: lit par .ira .. HOI per day byptLR. Mont door t* lOs Khool tumlihid *w* wohor i dry.r $$1tJcasVA NI 21* IM. i4 llrh ,_..
S '.11. t Both -.Twran 119,000. IM .. *_1.,.. HEIGHTS
H pw n* '.. Mil per day CHAIIMINO .
noon Central Heat I yr..b. IK N' 3nI Ave
Homo N Fterlda .1oM. .,.. 1 Much ..Irod. Mudl dalrsd, Loc.t d N N.W. JTth Plot, 4
: IC* pw m*. W M per day bath mar 141. Saulward. spar. ..."""" ..-. Tho N51 loft ( Demand) ON ROCKY POINT. RD. SIN It Now bride homoi wale
.. ale end OR kraeklMttlraplac roan, town and mutt tell Prlc now I BR CCB Hout.w H I*cro* comtrUCllo0. P140 your ma
and hardwood now*, reduced t* II4JM. CM III CIIIa colon etc. VA A FHA Tom* GAINESVILLE'S
= CALL378-H11 _1I.tI..,,,, prlnd. et "HMO. IncIKnt CIA Pkwnctd Invffllgit thl.pnnrty Hugh idwordi Inc Nat nturmd bod_ 1 IIttIo a7OMi hasp m$ cash FHA I
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candlllon thraughout.. Call brier you buy Thli i to Norttiwotl Oolnwvlll -Tcloi. in. ",... Mkjhbor.hood W. YEARS AHEAD COMMUNITY BY
Pbrdycs$741331 horn* won't b* on the itwkat bA .>.,.-
WITH I.;
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NIGH S All brick frond 2743554. N.W. aim PIM 4 .k WlMlCM BUTLER BROTHERS
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On I hill this rchltKnirally d*>
IdenW _. a ..... bid....... INCOME PROPERTYIf a Real plaster walli __. t bath CCI VMMI .r tHJMcCOY'S *
SUN RENTAL $ 'molt bathe, a. S.N you a.. looking for properly a Twrotxa floor. lwcn. rods, :'W''r.'J, d a rW HUGH I _
ho-lIII-= with Mama, M ihow rlweel
Ilvablllly. Nanglw MI in you por m* 40M
Call Pwdya -3741330.; ISIS nice t *tonr dupUM Fully I Formica cabinet AN Ave I II
: WANT ADS you. tyrnlihe I 11710* par month a Soddfd lawns EDWARDS I PALM VIEW ESTATES
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.. -e. Good caMNlal 1/51 t Air condition' _
.. FORDYCE lion. Paved itraetl Th .prlc, ng $300 DOWN I I
01J li raMonabto, You ihould .Invert!. INC. .
,. IS HHM tar .... A AISOCIATb 'NC.Ooce tato Nay you buy Can PR 5- MACOMA $16,000 up
J .......... Malbr $16,350 $18,075 ,ATTRACTIVE I bodngm Iwm Mllf 2909 NE. 15th St.
: H'M 'onloll Dick 11fIII.D. X 1SV will lndic.B nt
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MOVING- 3 and 4B.droomMod.il
i, f, II ...... .M ,". I B, ce rr I. C. ay Budioy OwidMrtnat ASSOCIATES r-t 1 mIle tram OouwnUi, NO 176-7971 I i HOMES INC. LOW FHA DOWN PAYMENT .
II ill '> Hough Sara GouWon I. Prod Ouy' Jyn BuHanmrthM. tAx III. ONLY Ml. PIRMONTNI '
: isrw 1 4 H- MuilipII LI.lln/ 'HIIer J W Davis H: J. Wlltlhlr, NOTHING DOWN VA
$. 520 W. u.,.. 3741320 Mulllpl Lilting THE 'JEFFERSON"Charmingly'
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1: .. $$1J cash VA MM DOWN 1 bId_ caicrato., i $100 Clot,,,, Cost
block horn with *M Nan carport FIREPLACES
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utility ocI Hug. flr.alc* ki Uvtog mom colonial tullld,

PROM baud NO CLOSING HgI';:' per month .room. Hug KItchM".....fMlunn_ bl family built- this horn tor ll tracwul tlll.d withvnlncM contm..... ALL CITY SERVICES

Ice --1- living" Nolle th wallppglsled
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Lt ui 5Mw you Ills fln$contrM turn holt both. King tin mntor work grog withlaundry FERN WOOD MANORS
with I bId.I Mme
cash fHA hot and lonely l larva KrMd bedroom will _tully tIM kltchwi" and pantry
7! This Week's $$150 In pals with itiHUn tlhpool. Mdo bat. Nell bath h.i hi* and llorag dandy M Ills Mrvlc. so.rant. .
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.lr* dHtI tot buutlfully toniciiMd *- her HIM vwltln. Two car Th. bane bid-
A rM buy it H"C grg Wl: NW .... A... room with outltandlng coal 12,250 up
nu*. AIM MW homo *t aft fKllltln plus tw* full tiled
I salesman' eI model ".m everyday NW JVd Ct. C.II T. DZotrautr balls <.nd a npirat dranlngra
L' 5gen... John'MerrillRealtor ..._ "bulldar, PR3 th* mMtor ulto. It
r .- *<*. has S 101/511 Unto room with $400 DOWN FHA
iZ1Si Lr I W. .. ale "bulldlne lit .ullM a wrM doling. room Plus 5 NOTHING DOWN VA
i ISIS 1ft .._'..... -- family room with /flrtatoc
MULTIPLE LISTING .nd bMutlhil carry Mn.lln*. $100 Closing' Cost .
PHONE PR MM Th* "L" *hp* of m* haul.with .
HUGH ASSOCIATESMAICILLA Iti nchd two cr **
"UD' Now HomesWESTVILLA rg and raar palls, will $ '
EDWARDS W. H. .UCICHANNAN man dillBlriful place t* FROM /D PER MONTH

Special in line !
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r.. 1927 NW 39th Dr. MODELS i RANCHO The Charming GRANDE". I r 4 IR. trick Front ColonJo Now finishing

376-7971
1 batfraomb I botht Mudy I .Plce. $15,825. $<25 Down
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: t ITTIIWOOO ARIA t II. a Grass 37th St. drape Included. IN.00* 10% DIRECTIONS
.t Drive West 16th .
BATHI. MN H. It. CMtral best Down, on Avo.; Tsm
bulllln kltchtn, meW ds.erNsaM ; Calaalal .d s satpaaryalyees I 1321 fIW 17ttI P1. Left on ilth St or 39th Tomce.
APPLIANCES nd out Prll roducod torWikk 55.41 std 541541.S .
., ..... CMI $ -..*. >*. NW 151501.PMINIt PUNNING TO WILD"Lit
JIlt A.*. nlM5.AN .
: Sly 1smNdMsN 1.d Mad.S I WALTER STUBBSInc. ui glvf" you an ..'1. Butler Brothers
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MI .. SHAOOWUWNUTATIS c.elnt.lsey .w -l$1. dr.alsMVllle flaw Custom horn.CoMGraldorV .. I BUILDERS
.. .. arse.Nara Q. McCoy DAILY 17J."" NIGHT I7,-,04I I
.. ,. D. OLIVER a. II.'. 1//N SI.wN Phone J7'-5394 Day FR 6-7290 I
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:. e W.II' Manned Itvm Iivins'pr Vw nM T........S 21701'0r0II21e1 "Wt trade hou..." 6-6502. ,

Ouoiiiy nutirld ft wmnumlii I Offn. laa1.41 *01'r r- I IForless
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Avo. past th. Ok Spill InnrMctlon -

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THESE HOME VALUES I
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Dml"it, Co.ul YES .Highland
.. 4LINES SAVE! TIle tollawhit are now undrcanitnictlon .
I,..tnnr CourtManor
.. .. s 00 n P.W.II i '*. i vi end will bo ready
.Newly. deea.5-d lake e0. ...... ..h ...... ......... tor ccupancy leenl
rte" I 1e5.-tcs.dled. wink ......, ...*. fish. Brick .a _TIle f011owin, lie reedy 1w

.....* ...... Full .Ie. .....4 .... 1514 and it includes
10 llk KrMW patch ISO NW. 14th PI $14000. 11JO N.W. 2lik A*.. UOO N.W. 2ltk PI. :

... L.ee ssddy'. ledl.0aa $500 *..w., $l'.4* panaMlb. d... 251 balh4 "HI .... 1 BR I .b...... not .... HIT /
DAYS This special good 0* Uk kale F*. 1150.0r IIM pw m0. pw man, Interest, Insurance, Taxes
4120. .121 NW. l'tfcDr.

I 71 S N.W. Ielb $t. 4 Built-in Tappan Oran and

$2.00 .b.Y. .item end) 10 ..*'.*.: i a e rllk I I Tk ,M> (iM... .. evil. I BR.m*t. ...... KM, *.. 174pw I BR, t MM MM ;.... lit? Range _
open
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Missed SI.1-bamt Club
r | It Iran commercial advertisew !> rTkrhhMm. ..... I.... ... ow m1. MM *... MM

MsIUavn.. $9,000 ta $30,000 Norwood / Attractive, convenient location ,-

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.... pbtch.sed.trace ..".':t.:1 MIce MMW. No Money Down L...0-I.....UMV.... Ave- N, Kirkpatrick tV Pierson' features

M lie lltfc Av.. ...... a lap 1 5R. I "H" IF'(.
MW went ad) special by ."..liHmoi ...,. I on your lot Sills e4. :::riss.. lowly

:;.. 0-Mf..nd :'".rop; .... Trade Homes SEE IT TODAY!

Moab" ........ =:: $1 balm= 01115 or Property
a,! trill bt offered. watch for W. haw MMfM" ) IN.mmy w t MOMS
bseiseg life. ....... sd os little 01 ill aplIIa.wplaAie..rla .

: BtwvtlM kmm we $56.00 Ms.s ..5.I,.led 0r..::=spa.. ALL OUR 'NOME AR|

.. 1 Went A) w nhl Kk. to saw .- I1Osadearly Lot ... OPEN POP YOU TO It*.
It. Special
.. s.-.I .w bma NMr paralslr 151' 1w-.1.n JOY HtlNA ANVTIMI IP
.. Ice l....... .......,. a.nnmNls o.cesaary Nr5/ YOU win JUST CALL Ea
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37M411. im .
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a rand will Aar M c.... lee I M 4 'uy e tomeue Klmeellloecereur MW .,... HON. letrllke' el 41751. Yes! It's True!
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NEW Numb.i yeerv01X11 COUNTY 4' V"I..4 Apts.PLSASANTLY awm5NIM cIIolII lW'II MUST ILL (UlTARIt 4lkMelectric _,..City PLYMOUTH lank. .4.w. ilralpntllkk. New 1965 GMC Pickups

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NK P1/1.15 3H NW Ill .... .
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cottage near rtver teKy. 35far .. w/w ..... .... ... $171 Cell PIfSt "a331 _
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D N.IN Cue l IN Mt .hat Ml NW IMGOOD IR Heine NT NW Hit Aye. Me -- 'i bsI '62 ALLSTATE !ecooler l.ke 11151111 0HS.. ...,.... W0.M .

01.133. Imes. p open cell PR WIM.I rorkert. | kidiaam chair. I raw Phone 462-1564 ..... '."' '''1 5.51111.5.
A BUY LO ROOMS ..* kern AtledMlcorpert "_'1_ I _I... machine. MUST lACRIPrCI IM4 Hilly. paw $531 315 N W. 3115 Tor...... PI
ell-MK. kitchen, clrcuMK record player. new; oH Mr Ml.Cheep. ". pod HrMy Ooilpnin On Gilds .I:1I: or PR ._.
III' IJC HnH R.P WM. Ins 115 -.... lalwis wNbvl Coll PR. ...... Pin el pprpnM rewml, mile "' Take
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-BUSINESS LOT Ce. ,.. ,.. 14 AUTOMOIIll RIPAIUMINTIJ PR 1 5315 GMC Truck Center
UUIT 1LL HMJMOMI Court Men -n11iDM'-I'; .. .'iA J OR. t1Nl. N "5 r..M4 W1111 150.. In p1.. 5501. _$1511- Call -_ '""i
... 4 In. ,lit kern, Nasal keck. Trswrw reds 035 .... .* I IM Mt et IMS NW 13m tt '135 NI 1111I A... N -...... ::171 Jill INS <:. .I OLDIMOtlll P*.
yen*, valiant Mr children .r 111 per p1. *ONiO IA t. Prlre rtant .111- WI111NGHOUSSRIPIIGISATOR ; M, ft au... trMmilnlon i".l.."lcenf 220 NW Ith AVI. ;PR 2-2513
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