Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
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issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00211
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Protest .

Ban 'On .. 'J .. Politics

I 1.

.Drug ,Ai Scored ''by' BarrvSays

:i/ .. .,
Krebiozen .
Plea w W
Sent to Johnson r
1'.1. ,
U.S.Prestige .

J croup of Krebiozen drug users -
who "do not teller* our

government will abandon as and
let 08 dl." Mot a personal plea
today to President Johnson. Sinking

The 17 keeping*a vigil in"the .i
outer office of Anthony J. Celebttzze CHKYENNR: .Wyo. (AP) -

lecreltry: of health,. .t' ',;f Sen. Barry Gokjwator asserting
that President Johnson
education ud welfare, want tilt )
"trying to reduce American
President to lift the federal ban
on interstate' shipment of the politic to a popularity poll,"
aid today the Democrat are
controversial drug which the letting... Fret World fall apart
government his ruled is worthless while U.& prestige sinks.
against cancer.
". _.", ::n. : The Republican presidential
Before dan
broke the
over '" candidate
;; charged that John-
capital members of the Citizens .
on'* foreign policy has lost
Committee for.Cancer Survivors 'Turkey u a 11,3. ally. He said

s 'on Kreblozen drew up. telegram Santa Claus Move OverThe Franc 1 II seeking new trade tics
to Johnson.; with the Soviet( Union while
It said: We'appeal to you to Great Britain' new Labor gov.
lift (the) ban for those patient annual appearance of Th Great Paawktar. la .getting to be just about u eminent ponder U.s. nuclear
Kreblozen popular aa Santa Clana' yearly rlalt. Tat chief prtaaoter of the ptunpkla'a Haflow deterrent policies.'
now using by execu-
tive authority exercisable In sea appearance la, of count .Ltttla Liana of the .TauMta" conic atrip. A Huntington And the CAnmunlsl world )
disaster American' version of the Great Pumpkin turned up yoetertf outside a grocery store Admlr laid OoWwater. I II "regroupingunder )
lives. roll the.167-pound. creation art David Rahal and Rachel Her. tonga. new leader"

Swinging his campaign westward -'
"Your Intervention jrould be
OoWwater. said Johnson
received by our people and the
"baa proven to be a President
world as a magnificent" act of Johnson Has New Isolated from ., foreign policy
behind a wan tf political ambi.,
Most of the 17 keeping the tics and behind a watt tf polluV '
vigil have cancer, a few do not. ell MtthnMat. who curt for NY Nr

Through the long night some nothing in tile world but their r
of the sicker patients In Die own gains and power.. "

group slept on mattresses Just Slogan for PeaceDETROIT Ooldwaler made his accuse t
outside Celebkreztt'i office: time. at Cheyenne Wyo., klck A
Spokesmen for the group said tag off I campaign .day ,that
government personnel had been take him to Tucson, ArIa. Lea
polite to them making no effortto Vegas Net, and lot Angeles."In I
force them to leave and permitting (AP) President Just (the past few *yi."
food to be brought In to Johnson making'a final campaign he said "while. Lynda Johnson .
those conducting the demonstration. tour of the Midwest,came COURAGEOUS VOICEIt has been trying to reduce Arner. p WISoWI.r
up with a new slogan today: lean politics to a popularity poll,, demomtratea "Starlight t Scope".,
The demonstrators came to "The vote you cast will be your was a very dint sfleaco.Then the Fret World ha* Been coming
Washington after the developer own and the world you save will City Conualesfaaer AIM tetherlaad swallowed Us pride. part at the seems and American .
of the drug Dr.tyeVan Durovle .be your two." ""..,. I II ..,.. .," he .... .. prestige baa been, sinkingTfiMwatar Shot in they 1)d'NJI

and his brother Marko ,were Johnson,unveiled tub phm*"! JMJi.|alr axyMU'aal a ana. .** ., ..t"r ........,sat of sight" ".. to. 't '
"1I :. t.
,JldldltJII bye federal! In a speech prepared for satlttfcke eat i.k M'. N' headed west after 'WAIHhWTON UPTht) told a new conftrenet Thursday ,
ss SWI'algn II deal bid to Penasyrvinla'i "
airport rally to Detroit It I DftcW MIl E.., eghLMed"was.. .
grand Jury on charge of conspiring 1 a IeI,1IM that believe tfki
they device
to put the.drug Into !Interstate his latest move In a week-long .,.. ... .. ....... ...se--ere! electoral. vote With be three has mad cam.poig flvo llrm"knagsr .Nphbahctibaae Its might cost between MJ and
effort to himself lilt Hi Mbttt MM .
picture a* MM KIlt.jMfctt .
with latent flp Intensification" .
commerce r. device ea. apiece In mail produc
to defraud candidate best equipped to preval WjiWstog agroeaHai a* Ha Ate* Coast Law. Bat Hut state his one major targethi for New and killing an '
., tile Northeast enemy
read at .
By tion.Tn
preserve peace.The .
., 4 The' GOP contender roW by ,at tile dark.Tht device use three Ian
More Ghs President, even while train torn. Harrisburg to Pitt. Army' command ro elements each of which Bagnl-:

and emphasising war to question speech of peace din to keep relljaea oat of eon a*. "UttaaBt, JJinBBl tee PMalf. CDnCfflitl *tUIwtttaattfMasigBillllt va\ bcrga. hammering away' at search and development labor flea the Image front lilt provlou -
Likely to Vote seek opportunity every to contrast tftmal doeUaat**:' who shall "MIII1cI meet her )semi .Jnhnson. before crowd thainacadfromaboutIOWtol.ON. tori** have been working on the ttog Power to supplied. ..

his view with those of RepubU. J had to er tb1 dleellts we dellA?,'L VNoipiiBB lor pwcva lor aV device! rot several years. by a mull six-volt merewy I ,
WASHINGTON '(AP) A* can rival Barry Goldwater.. Tpmrvlng human tnodoai art .Bt capped day of raawpUVI .' 'Development cost has totaled battery which I II amplified to*f, ,,
litl A"dsy beau I (Set BARRY ea Page I) about. "million. Army officials" 000 volt, .*
may a* II million US. awv- He did I this anew Thursday earlier, hi Cedar Rap. k 1If., tad kit doteg what. ", :
icemen may veto by absentee night to Philadelphia taking k ids. Iowa, Coldjtatar assorted .a flea attfea' can and iboold dt w
ballot In next Tuesda,'.-presidential Issue with Goldwater lilt rile Into eat .of Hi campalga towipepBvrtyfroaiourlBnd.Iaot
-:. election about WOW of clergymen to public affair -- tab; (tat etataaa fetav I. Utili tit OK'd 1liilcrchangc
more than In 1960 defense officials 'Addressing a Democratic"darer -an lfttOe4torMrcoune.Johnwa .- ,:j tudy ,
said today.Pentagon .Johnson added to his a hi Mi Detroit Met ,
official said hope text a challenge to a Go..... probleaas M d)11It Mrpeact.. t tapt .... *ayj A
for a huge increase in serviceMen. statement questioning the propriety time e ties, I Jag:, f. must b.,* Mrong- hutpwwr By JEAN CARVER Hope to allow water and sewer
.voting this year stem fromactions of political endtrsenMBt Johsso focxiofliV Wt mtHi M iaallafl Writer line ixtefliloa" by his.prtvite UtJJ.lUes .
designed to assort that, by. members of Uif..,. Th. ,,,aever- ;:flm hut never foolish. Oat CKy: Commissioner' IIIIIlW ; firm to servo a"dewlap
every man received a federal .r The President midI. hop m+ntsnN r.,b hs ;reckless tmpoWva am at a'Unajt tile eoatty' water and ewer eti Aria at Issue ment northwest of CilnesvuT.
postcard application for aa lilt day will never come when remarks, said: set osa'deter. finger etuid ,todntrate Bat development poUcle' Thar' A similar plan M use county
absentee ballot any man, for any cause, wU In .w q' d pa.lbn.'.' da* atant and decided. goaaMd rl.ht.ol.wI'l .to lilt NewWry'
,, ryM, '"lh.t M saw lI-evvejOM..;...*. r.ow. .w.... > with utilities ....... ,.....N Road I.n Interchange for "
I fighting a losing
Jc'"u) Kate 'jfeilBidy of extending city atO.Ma ties line already has been
given -
DOG HAS NEW I HEART' des l ....,..That li what 1* at, Maka ROM. to the 171. Newborry. era btbtt**, *TurUngton,If ssld "Ut It AlMhua County Utilities me.,

"JnthltalMtioaH, _. ,MBdarea.JpnakMloner, headed. by engineer Dr. David
% Ht why It's any of "'
.. .T Then, CI'IbbIaIl1IInII1.- Ed Turungtoatat Smith.
I "M'It "': 'I".. V't .'to dry's hula' ** to serve a
.JOW YORK (AP) A modi. a f mil r highway. : dagaa. ha Alas Sutherland tppMtd attd ( Attorney Jack Bates, representing '
Kcal eendudedt to the foBa tttmrvey.Jiaaettoa. beyondOsit imitsn Alacnua County Utilities
hoe takes
team a giant
atop al ....
toward UM when 'Taeedty tat.tMsA., .ajstj..-*.-. ordering tile HnejMiad > capltl," SwC Inc., appeared Ware the f.....
day wff&ootVaty ytttr coaciacaji.. ,901 yea.": plan agreed w "tit -rr mission. Thursday night to nrg*
( roplaoi aa aDaf huaaaahtart east will bo your own aal the woaa* agobyallnimmlishBtritxaat atedl anlli the city to extend It* wrvfet. *
wlaT eat toket from a world yea. ....WIll. ,ha,your SudMrla.Mt to lava sal Jyree Wins beyond the city limits .late. ,
'dsadpenoa, ...." Desk. Crow and Cldsaea tav MM. the awl**? dlaeusstai fcv the Newberry Road mterchaagtre ,
t Jotrasa sebedhaled addiaal1lee ,sajpaaaij CM*....1. study I till aens' .:leafed. It .haa did !the Dick *. ;': r
r ? sum reporla deals men ( .MMMKftfjjf h.. .itfsitaaiajs i iivisi Ootf ear.oaJMt study would "We were fereed1 his ;..*
/iOIT which t'eceit.d'; he wti warth the estimited ?
1a11I ;'" .:,2- (utllllies) .bualnesa. but now that
i Crsaaahmteit front aaoaV' : ': .! u. '", were to II, we're .to It to toy,", r

=W.+ _*fed deg I* h1 *Br* Jbi .oa. 'Plaude r. lit. M vote >y the commls- llltea npIIIatd.
tea jaiertW HcKinmy toatgajiktoaotratt
Ho referred the
to city' JM
*kd "vary cttvt' *ta BMathflhter4 .. '" : far the atlll.ttoajlaay. .
rejectioa a request by the
record. -* Country Club Estate. .......
<< sir! At dNtor named h r Mar. 'Ph Figures '1 ajllMbeoapprearhedby ers-whe formed Atochua. can..
tftlltf tot Mjtr motel. and ty Utllllie Inc.-to provide. tttyuOUtiei.
*.faai1aWeMbonipliftMdalaafl .
i :Aa her Meth might bnply, DETROIT (AP f.t lJl f weren't *f at eS,1ttt, t tlaUncordiWalaW 'Ja> VH ana to niend fetes. said the utility fknato

s e'p espaebd b bee. a seem./ rfoaaasev P*>* ; ;.Jt"1I1ti.r '!eft sad rwer service be- ",.ady. wiping and ..**". It .,
tha Laatri4flaar I 1 .. t .
!re ::= :,:' see1W to ,o ...... provide sewers at J.7S .
.... ?1
'i lsodarefjtaMdtoalsaaDr. day enb iftere4 yr. the mat stable Briaei ..,,. county official waterRoad and
Not r ......... i Industrial aotea to. .
ant boartag Road "
9lj AMe. EastiwMh, *500w of fore Interchanges thnwge pri.. ..
: ,"Us* pata ones snip u per K ljdevtyeMrie vale eflterpruwWe ,
Bap1M isMan'IsaeUya. .Mt W lfMlBBBBiBT. a Natf art to the proroaj' ga* '
.ages.V "ASi.s said te af*.asBBa big in out there." Bate expiate. ,
... ...... gar .... NIt ) ed. ITe would like to see .the..
"d4 tahn rs0 tr/sewmt fta II ...UI .1 .I ww)fs lltnee d city not spend It* money hid ...

'1Ifi1 selih ...... alelle11Ne. its terftre with private aterprk. '
"We sppreclate your coming
,1,4 I t ... ..:..*Ii 1---j.: wH and said aflstir tetenw.NtfcKlnnrysaktOwnmiseloiier Sutherland. Mid

rjlry. 110ti 1 pet ars.d _.' 'MIIIIIo.. penrMbdnewN goal Coed ex-
a. a.re.r.i nY'' r ingest hot. .alter .,";, septa eetf s.g tonMai spa sad w (See CITY ea Pago S)
."sr tar r seeds,. Qp speed few ha.s hire de fewwtrs, .c r<
w$ hlrlhle ad sip.w u1.... III faehhaMes owe '1 T7e N mualss0 m Depart-
M hwllod N Saris list r edldal grnthense.eet V mast anw WHERE
tllta'Y 1
i0ptir:9.pat'M a -
: I 11
.ser .. ...... ... '1 pstsbd 11Nis TO FIND IT
+ tw ratae. tr.har ..rw tttletyr ." 1 A beusMl ltn.t e.1N .

'*T r wq to .., ..... .rwr. Aweene which dnM r s yet ant r the CeMt .. .. .'Ult21

e A R & :-a job ho the eke a....... ... '
war.Nilhlgs.aa Attarent'leis .1 14' ae es be am eltee.aii. kegebgbbspbemir t) ............. ..10.
tr sat pslsel4aaesMwedwn the D....'...' Oaftwartot .. .' J.

a- lilt $5 tthtN 11Yteea. ', [tartar reminder sheet f t floes asnaetedh's Otatreles pegs I e .N 0."'
\ ww... r.e. ;. the 111etItsl. II ....... srhMranltodliwIafiahaveal worth $ ...... Uh.....,....
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.. ._I.oevm."d -,,..y> October -.

PEOPLE in the NEWS 'Ouster' Ry:r y r Gainesvjlle JSabPairjlitThefkAt; Weather .Roundup

W SUbdi .d ionPlanOfferec e'M ; s : .

y.'g'I ; I rf *
h- J t
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I Briefly -

incirt 1 COMMISSION 'I '

A new concept In subdivision 18 year-old girl and her A 0-.11y 5... .... mild IAN'

planning emphasizing high 29 .year-old .mala companion :--. :r ..= ::=-.u: ..wM

density land use preserving open. 3 El-Racial by'recent resignations by 'Joi el charged have with been a pair arrested of recent and .....V.AeeN..,. e h I'. ,110 w_ mneuA .-.
recreation areas was presented Silverman and Tom Fagan, : BCD Fair through Sat"G "'
to members of the Calnei Newberry burglaries, accordingto
I the Alachua County Sheriffs urday. Low tonight 50s high
vllle City Commission and ..
; : QI AppointmentsThree
tsug "
City Plan Board Thursday 'Add'$56JOO"" 'j Department Saturday 79. to M. Northerly E
15 mile Winds.va + .
I, to
night. ; sppolntments to th Marsha, X; Allen,' address unknown
P e par........ _ntey. low w Ssw
.-' FHA spokesmenfrom Tan Bi-raclal Committee approved To Settlement, ] and Malcolm L., Scan j {s' A. Murder n su -

-- pa and Jacksonville outline 'lbur.ldabJ, lilt .elt, brough.. Concord, Ten&, ,wen N I f.iORwAlw.I,0. .."....,. l.. .
.. the benefits of "cluster deve: commission i Hard bargaining by JDUBUe ,charged with breaking and etermg .. 1 ml 110..._...., .-
.wr-. opment at a special ,dinner I Mayor Howard McKiimey appointed Director John Kelly brqoght! th with Intent t9'"commU: afelonyta =;;l 1e1= = a.N/MY.'
A. Qulna 0 d II Sr; extra $51,000 this week. L.w I.n1.M t n..r wN
.. meeting. treCfnut city an connection with break- w wrLwr
-.' Planning Director David and MrsEta .my. told the City Commls Ins al'Jeffcoafs Service Sta- :-r--.ey. ;

.. : Godschalk.arranged the, program Jenkins to the , prior to Introduction of a lie noted that be expected trust settlement with Wetting u>a*."'aw ILl''''''''R/ -J .., ... -
.. cluser development 0 r d Inane ,several more vacanelea'oa! the house Corp. hat been Increase! The, two were arrested ta Inverness Jwwwul. Mil 17 UPI. CI* 'caNEsvnxEWEATHER!: .,

.. for consideration by the plan ,committee, explaining that Dr. from $70427 to ,128,&. Thursday by-Citrus I = :: :a: .N -Municipal Airport readingsAn.ee.
board and commission.He Earl Cosby bar bell appointedto He said the Increase followed 'County Sheriff's deputies. Sev 71" for 24 hours to $ a.m. today:

prefaced his Introduction the City Plan Board andFred amendment of the city's, orl|. ,eralItem taken from the :::"'0.-, : a: .w High 60 at fp.riIlow Sllat\ 7 1 '

of the pair of FHA officials by; Alexander has Indicatedthat mil agreement settle wit b .stores, including cameras, cash =.= ;: : ajn. No rain. '.
noting that the new group hooi Illness may force his resg.nation. the firm in March after the and guns, were la their polo KM. .. p 4 .," -ALMANAC Jlunuf

:. ..; Ing plan provides cities wit I t federal gweroment convict* session at the time of the arrest = c"' :: : hKUv .............. 1:1):. ,.m ;
I) ..... .... h .
more recreation Real t Weatlngbcuse of trust actlvltlM ,. 4unrlM IVTWMW. .t 4
area r ours ,. It M .. e.e .m.Men ,
to l.0 Ap010r ..t1 :::: -:: :: :::::
dents have nearby recreation 'ippointedToPfanBd. le1lx'sald the city agreed / = :: ". owMweowsiiiuvioii ta w.ksuvdw-I00 t M
facilities, their property, vahiIncreases settle with thftimdentandHi g Florida ea .- and developers bade that If subsequent Westtngboussettlamente : Tops I : II ill. HI..m.* ,IsS o0 }p bOrtm m. vuiui l ymmil umiTi M..nilOliM... '.. -
shorter roads and utility line with other u4H_! ,=..11. POI .' SMum, M iwMiwMf ,T7..] HM ,...... .
.... .... .....
efHoffman's /AeT .IIL' NwIII Old ftWIIoNtt ju" I'" -""'{ I.N
to install, be, said Dick Hoffman, owner firms before July 1,,llsl, w*. vue It It u Onus sr.usI s.I.re.p. Men, ..........a.ar'. ,:. ...... f
Speakers from the" FHA werHarold Pharmacy, was appointed | superior to GalIIIn lt', f7IJI7ItttllmeD& In Spending pal,. 'v_ "I. ..,4': .".'.... .f. {.M wm. '.
.Plan Board
E, Dixon; chief undei to the City the city would Pi
w writer from Jacksonville; aDd by city commissioners'Tburs.d the benefit of the larger aettlsmeat. Road Funds Five Day-.ForeCll8t': \ w
(AP wlplpRMp a.t sun) y. I :
: Kenneth Bottorf, lit a. planner VWesflnghonse '
from' the .Tampa office. A second vacancy was left notlflsd, KeH l ', ,.' :Temperature Ut expected to Scattered showers'are expected ..
: Tearful ReunionMother Dixon explained that the clui I unfilled by the commission. last week that the Oalnesvia s TALLAHASSEE (APIFlorida > i avenge about ormaL.Sample during the first part..01 the

: meet In tearful reunion In ter planning Involves land unit The vacancies were create settlement was Increased; 'Is( leads the tatloa fa the rate I ilgba., and lows: Tallahassee' 74 period In the south' Local rain-
and n
: East Berlin, this.daughter morning after the opening! of the development, calling for msxl f U6.46Z. The total will be pair at, which It Ie. converting: JIll&I IIi; Tampa 71 to W; Miami fall will average about bait ana
: Berlin wall by the Communist for a two-week tlaltlng mum use of large areas. of land More Al opt, {r !ji four annual ialMtVCity payments.of.fHtate highway Road Board money Chair- I to. ft; Key West 71 to 72. Inch. ;

period The mother came from West B : her daughter. The' gh ..falher:also WM expected, Bottorf a slide program '
: t
:' but he died last night It wet the second ,tlm' in blocks illustrating concentrating\ the varlou large I a BarryFrom Hall A new report by the U.S. Bu- eb tuar.ft.t :
and thousands
: three years that the wall waa Opined read of Public Roads show that
of Berllnera paaaoeTmto the Qqftet-nector Jovlalt types, of residences single 1 II
Went .
: tamfly homes, apartments ort Page Land ,Okayed "the state road' department '
reUtlvea.;: ,J;"". t awn houses In close bit constructing Its interstate highways pwwr..rr.n..mna.. .. will mlMMi 1 will It few* vntfw renew. 1Iotkn \
f'LESS-WORK f' .' \.f. groups around small, c III ell tered whistlestop speeches'at i a Purchase. contracts 'for two as fast as the money II w aw prowMRS. ---

'we roads. roaring rally that packed Pltti more tote In the city ban "11II made available to us," Phillip 'I MAGGIE WHITE BISHOP WITT ,
: Associate. Justice Willie' TIll road pattern Is one 01 burgh's civic arena with more off 'East University Avenue added. JOHNSON Mrs. Maggie LAKE CITY Bishop A.

: o. Deegtes ore the work load; 1 many subsidiary dead-end road than 13,000 Thursday night were approved by the city com The report showed that Florida White, W, died Thursday night wilt M, a native of Alachua

: on the U.8. Supreme Court II' iOMccted to n minimum mmer. I Pennsylvania Gov. William mkaion Thursday. hat committed 9 per cent at her home here, following i died in a hospital here this y

much lighter now than It was > -'Of arterial' roads through. W. Scranton, Introducing the negotiations for two ID 0 t i of Itt 1966 allocation of fedora lengthy illness. (horning after a long Illness.He .

: ?.21 years ago. v. ha entire development man be had challenged for the lets were! also okayed .. money I already. ". Next highest >She wasp lifelong resident ol was born in Alachua the k
: "In 1M when I first Joined the Bottorf predicted. t b It the presidential nomination, sal Qty officials asked tat purchase state was ]1)Inolef.wl 'If pit ,Fohnson and member of t b e son of the late Carey and Audrey
: court, It heard 100 hours of arguments cluster development win be attractive there were 23,000 people In the prices not III .reported U in the netta Bethel Baptist Ctrartn. .Witt, and moved here 25yeeri

: ," ha said. "Last yen* I to developers and bone hall and standing outside. Polio since some of the property Involved have allocated any part of their Survivors include her husband ago.-' "j.

.. wa heard. ..hours. Now. ,wt. owner of the future as the estimated 17,000. is still In negotiator money for 1966. Thomas White Sr.; anda Surviving'are his widow, ,
: work a :flv.day week. but we ''outlying sprawl of today'i "At the convention had dllerences ltae. M The federal money must be sister, Mrs. Annie Mae Pa- Mrs. Edith F. Witt; one

: used to work a ate. day-week, IlUbdlvlelon. begins to cost money of opinion' with tin The lots are north, and east matched on a 89-10 basis 117..the cotta of Johnson daughter, Mrs Eudlne Bailey, J
"TBe myth sbout the Supreme' : when streets break upand nominee," Scranton saJd.>"1II of the Baird Hardware Co. prop state While the federal (overt- 1ARLEY Lake City; three sisters, Mrs.

Court la that K1 .overworked." lengthy utility lines fall' some respects I still have.1 II irty where the Tower .House ment picks up the Jion's than BASS :Vivian Feagle, Gainesville, .

Dotiglu spokeTbnrtjlaf 'to I 'He explained that cluster development That drew a chorus of boos. Restaurant and parking lot arc of the cost the state share cat CHIEFLAND Arley Bass. Mrs. R. A. Davis- High I

:the iMento ot .FilrlelgVblckInson /1 Is already popular In Scranton, who has campaigned located. run Into millions of dollars inbig 81, died Wednesday night at ,Springs Mrs. .D., L. Norris' 1\\
: University, 'r he far west where. land Is alI nationally for Goldwater programs.PhiDlps his home here after a long Ill Santa Fe; four brother Leroy '
premium. turned the boos to cheer said he had hoped ness. High Springs, Elery of

M PEACEMAKER when he added: "I do not bileva ,Public ,Works. t Florida could climb to the topnationally | A native of Gilchrlst County Alachua Glenn of St. Mary's,
In walking out on a party! I in the utilization of Ga. and A. C. Wilt Jr., Savannah
Rear Adm. Pat P. Blackbora he had lived in this all
Auburn Gator area
Jr. today became the sen. I do not believe In walking out, Plans Shape Up federal 'Interstate money before his life. Ga.; and two grandchildren. .
: ..lor United .Nations Command .An armload of lettuce It Bands to Join on He our also charged that admlnlitratlon -' the he leaves the post next January. Surviving are his wife Esta, .

: .member oi,tilt Joint armistice held by William Diamond- security la lax in the Preliminary plans for, new two daughters, Mrs. Mary Dam- Loses Ring
Half-Time works complex
: commission'which occasionally.meets stale ta New Yerk a He*' jit Slate Department the White city public Horse Show ron of Chlefland and Mis.. AT 1
at Panmunjom South Korea were approved by city Stebbms of Jacksonville
: leaning be had inherited pie, House.: ley ,
'I. to negotiate matters con'; ... from a customer who appreciated Bands from"the. University! of The senator said Johnson sinners Thursday.The two font, Sam of Hsrdeetqwe Worth $500The
cernlng the Korean armistice. hit courteous service. Florida and Auburn will be com 'casual reaction" to >the disclosure action followed i>'dell; 'Jt.'e..Sunday and General of Trenton, and wife of a Sun Circ ,.t.1: ;

Blackburn succeeds Air Force Mrs. Margaret Mary bind at half-time Saturday In that White, House aide M the City Plan Board could four grandchildren. ,", employee lost a $900 white gold ;

MaJ. Gen. Cecil E. Combs, who Fraser, widow ef a Royal Florida for the performance of Walter W. nuns, bad twin review architect Arthur LeeCampbell's The annual Alachua Count!] diamond ring Wednesday.while

: Is being reassigned to Wright Air Force colonel, left $10,. the suite for marching band by been arrested"on moral palls.Commissioner Pleasure Horse Show, sponsored Miners Have delivering newspapers in the vicinity 4

: ..Patterson Air Force Base In 900 to each of about to persons Morton" Gould entitled "Forma charges was part of "a sordid James Rich by the Sheriff's Mounted of the J.. M. F i hI d s''
Ohio. The admiral formerly was '' who had treated .11I r Jons. picture." irdson said be wanted to goon Posse, gets under way Sunday Store on NW 13th St ;'

=chief of the Joint control and courteously during her later The bands will make individual Jenkins resigned at Johnson'i record Joining Commissioner at ,UJO: pjn.i I at the shot Close Call City police..said Mrs.,:Marc ",
command requirement group In ,.... entrances playing their respective request after bis arrest recon Ed Turlington ta commending grounds on Waldo Road. Alter who was"getting ac Rue

the office of the Joint Chiefs of university! fight! tongs, was disclosed.In the plan board for helping. .Admission la free,but entrants WH1TWELL quainted" with a paper> route
Staff In Washington. DOWNFALL sad then mass for tilt combined the Cheyenne speech, Gold improve the plans. In the 15 scheduled: events mUll Alert coal'' miners, Tenn.saved(AP) six- she had taken""to keep busy," z i
Leeaa "Miss USA effort. More than :260 performers water offered this account 01 $1 for each event ?
Gage pay per horse companions Thursday night by lost the ring during the :afternoon -
for a Day" In 19S7 was ta win be Involved. foreign affairs: Turkey, he laid, More 'About ntered., diverting smoke from n fiery hours'. .z.'Gaintivilfw'Suir. :
critical condition In. a hospital The Suite was written early In has sent a high level trade and Tha top five finishers tact ,mine shaft. '

prison ward today, booked on 11M, Oft commission( from UN cultural exchange mission to JohnsonFrom category,i will receive prises. After being trapped for more
uspklon-of possession of marl- University Florida, ; Gatoi Moscow. "I charge that Lyndoi with the winners taking troph than two hours behind a wan of i = I
Juana .fter' trying to commit Band, directed by Richard W. Johnson's unsteady hand at the lei. smoke, the six: miners emerged
suicide, police. ..Id./ lowtes. It received its world helm of the ship of slate has Jolt Page 1 TIle competition hi open only unharmed from Grays Creek .NtII.it- MnlII9I a.c.ptSowrdoy
-Sundav 1'IOm'
at the All-Star Hlgt us another ally and has lost u '
Miss Gage M, was premiere For
to amateur horsemen. reg mechanised mine, owned by !tIt Goirmxilb
unconscious Thursday, sprawledicrois School game In Florida Field en another major 'skirmish In the tope during the day at Mflwauee Istratton, contract Lou Hlndery CruDdy Mining Co. *Ifr1pby Company ...- 10V uSE

a bed and frothing at the tugust 1, when It was performed cold war." Rockford, III., and Chicago or John S. Tileston at the Sheriffs The fire erupted m the conveyor 2nd Place. GglnttvHI*. f kf Ida.
"Even oldest dearest! the latter for torchlight parade I end enltrtd a.1'MCI clove I
nouth In Sunset Boulevard by the All-Star High School our.j
a the''British offtee belt and fined the pit with ..m.. or tnfott Owes a;
Steven Mark* Band. .. friends have to a speaking date In Chiago ... .
motel, police said. Marching I heavy smoke."Thirty-five mmn Cmee sI.. :Ir....
asked for more time In which to Stadium.In .
A note read"Strange Bodle Hinton, Director of the rushed outride and
nearby quickly CIICULATIO.-UTb if
INDICTED rethink the relationship of their his Detroit speech Johnson Boys Joining
sal know this must sound, I feel Auburn Band, agreed to a massing reversed an air blower, which c Ali*
-"*" Steve Dnrevie new government to the harumicarum bore down on still another of the :IW.sI.4S -
Dr. developer the two bends following ,
: In my heart that to make my of I normally supplies fresh alt to
nuclear deterrent pott l issues ha has stressed for Science Club I M... 55.ssAS
of the controversial cancer exit at this point In my life was a similar event two yean ago ; the shaft. :. .
: drug Kreblosen and his brother, the wisest thing to do 1 would when the two bands preeented lea of this administration"France months prosperity. MH Mb ieri.iiopi )...., '
Marke, surrendered to face fed- the Tschalkowsky Overture seeking new trade Scooping the Labor DepartDent's Applications are now being accepted While the blower putted be poW In advance.-
like to believe that there are a .
: ties with the Soviet Union, beaid. monthly announcement and senior smoke from the Mwnbwet. Audit Burteu or
eral charges that they coo.spired few who will understand. Good 1112" In Florida Field and received : by Junior high area where theamen OfeutaHoK. "" .
: :, to put the drug In Interstate luck: to God bless c a standing ovation "After this admnstratioi bJ a few hours he revealed that school boys for enrollment ta six ware trIRIId..IZII. III .osW ........ tN.;
everyone. you bal treated France .. IM" ..
commerce with Intent to shabbily nnsumer prices Increased: by the Boys'Club science pqra : w e..,
: defraud. The Food and Drill .D. while treating the Soviet Union tie-fifth of one per cent ta Sep Instruction win be offered ta -:::I..c--' .- .. ....'
administration! has declared Miss Gage won fame taTtUTsnternational New Building terms + after Insult and tndlf- teDlberj. sessions ta electronics : T69re tips! -seeIdantegq. ......., '-"- ........ m'
emtye b td "am sea sea .! .
beauty! pageantwhen why' should France I $ aamvAe belt: i III.
: that what Is called Krsbloxen la I 'This putt them only 1.1 percent and ttoctrfcMgr and In telescope -
cbanvl she was named Miss USA. InspectorHas rust or follow Lyndon B. John-/ .
body ; a
actually a common above September year building.
: Jell, crtatlne, which ls woru-l She reigned for only one day a Problem ion?" ago" be said. "We wish they Robert; Hoffmann will be
: lea against cancer. Sea storyl before It was learned that she Pakistan la seeking a KB milIon nren't at al But what this I Dr. FINE \
up to Us sixth as volunteer t.Itj
loan from Red China, he yew :
on Page .. was married. William M. Gartner, Alachua laid, declaring that Communist record says ta that w. have the Instructor for the Telescope < i : [

Jounty's new building Inspector. giant looms over Asia "without DOlt stable price: level ta any Builders dub. Causes wffl meat TO ,

'fn-.. has a problem. He doemt knew 'sip ;effective opposition treat ndustrial nation to the world."I each Wednesday at 7;. p.m., 1I I
what his Job 1s an'aaoua:' R his falling administration." Johnson also announced Starting date far the electronics RAINY aLACK HAWK -ARMOUR STAR

I AboutCIty interviewed by telephone yeterday Cambodia, Goldwater added weekly wages el factory work- and electricity class hat not
Gartner declined -to r in averaged $10194 last month Wi your ecWtuniiy'ta t
tea reachedthe "tnevlUbli been set but classes wilt begta
comment on his dutlaa at bofld- ttKhistoa" neutralism will -"an Increase. of $14.M over shortly and applicants will be raolly' AIM cuts., mM; SPECIALS
log Inspector and referred hplriet ranuary, 1961 when President cut ta your lndMduol order
: From 1. overtures to Peking and Mos notified. Applications for ana or
Page Hg"t before SlrIiIIi ..
to County Commission cow. "And what do we dot" be ban F. Kennedy was taauguited. both of the setenca classes are' your -WfY. eye.Lepers .
dmMrstlve aide Howard Wee- bu cnrf "r n hand '
: he was "quite pleased" to learn ardson said bt was concernedover tom his Immediate supervisor. .isked. "Wo apologize for our "The of the past 44 available at me Boys' Ctab.. I* nrv your medic trespassing prosperity
Cambollan ,
.pIuee en
that water and sewer needs can wide end HhcHM.
who would be served bySIDIIb' Weston didn't know whatlartner's didn't versed ei Rliti' Steak
nonths Just happen
: ha handled In the fast developing air space during proeecn- tap rode meets from vMcfi tattttcf.
Interstate area without expense firm.Tm duties were either. Ion of the war In Viet Nam.I laid Johnson. "It Is the result ot FUNERAL .79-,. Lb.CbbdGih .
"Actually a (building) ,Apologias, retreat and fall" the responsible management
: to city taxpayers.McKiiwey concerned over the adequacy .
asn't been completely formu- 1- ind responsible labor leader 1111 T h fnl.n, iu..... .k
: countered that I be service Richards
laud," he said. "That makes it Jilp. It to the result ef responai- NOTICES MUNM. More monger. ere LItJ
had observed through experience said. "Perhaps we caa' .II. rather bard for Gartner to cant Sudan HasCivilian ito restraint about wages and In he ..... bwieleN all 41. :-

:. that either the city's serw trot thia (development) but we mend, be added pr.ic es.RM also the result of IAIS last Ma. POT >. hit Cd end cn you Jmt /b:.' 'Ices grow as Uw city grows, "or ,ought not bypass what. la bapCastro's Gartner started to work for Rule Mr AV. ArM* S. .W a>. .e1 H the cut off mess WU) YrtfltTMck ,
well be stifled at till city 11mIII. spontible government policy. .e HIM im P M. f tHfHf.OLlilir wtfjit n.39
Hwks end dupe
pening. On salary t..Re.e
the county Oct. U. M44 *
In taktag about political soIvtties -
.. Ie $5,600 ,. CAIRO (AP) Sudan got asew OwM. SWM rmtmjht end ban ..' Freels l.eh.
i s year.Search Johnson *.Ar11 dp..rd
"It's an expensive way to grow' civilian government ...,. by clergymen ce Migry Ica.tMV N M wear.. PalaoNMpna pesos tar the ..Un. .. Dml fieM- ....
If we have to continue to buy Days'Numbered' but President Ibrahim Abboud aid: "Religion must alwayslayaparttaanmatwtdaor so.'sees .i Ie.esiw.aw ttrrik. tar |we env cut yeon .
up surrounding satellite utilities Jackie soared chief el state and usitwer fled, shop CURNT.KANOS ::49' Lb;

McKinney noled.Commlllioner. appeared only slightly all that we hope to d*. The men ........L .e1 eda s ..aLM end fM hat Mrs 1
James R1r.h. Apartment UraJnlshtd. I 01 the pulpit have a place ta ear awdw. rw..w 1, IN, e, rat ..... 1M while yes ere .'Thu.pews
KEY WEST (AP-FVW c.. A tjtmmunique broadcast by public affairs. we should be Ml a. MI .\ tro's "Red Star will flicker NEW YORK (AP) Federal IsndUfman Bade said Abboud grateful for their concert over tod* M. Mi < r 1lalslLx'r deem es .IoJ. hem.a. Wtt l
: 7 Die in 'Fir'eCOLUSA out even In Cuba within n year and city officers Thursday nstht ranU ecerckw "an the coasttelanwal M wtfl tttaf of pie bad, |hr .S .... h. .. eI /I 11r.

.' Sen. George A. Smamen DFUL lade a roof-to-calae atarcftefI tIIIII ewers"' but with th.. .that ta what Aasertea ta iiatteed" = sot WIrw.. hsns .. _.
Calif. (AP'Serves' the I apartment and the"iYig .. ':f -" '
killed when. pndIcted.TIIunIII1. night where' Mrs. John P.. !IiMM; el the Cabinet* .. : Vj r <
today I .. : "
were !
persons .,. """ .jt. ,
said. la afar \ .
Q entnaMeiit .
was '
the Oak Manor Rest Hems for "The Inherent babQttyofcaMmlsm and her two children IX after ,
the aged boned to .. greoad. to come to grips with an anonymous tsliahsni *lM dUng attain" related toto M "J : ., )'y,,
: Hid Coluu Caunty CHrener: Cuba's deep tested teeaamk said a bomb had bean, armed.... Abba* coavlaadid .

Howard Moore. IDs, and the steady Mrekntin. In the Kennedy aperhesd. tne.army betan MaitietelIed --.; r.... ... '. .....a.
: The fire started at I*. a.m. pressure applied by tie.Vatted Nothing suspiring* WMf .. caav aa yean aga gsM ... .. .., .a.i .. <, "'"
: Moore said the home bowed. It i Slates have numbered the days the FBI and $Semi tortoji ulYary gowemM .. ..... S 5 ,

JUIIIII. The bodies were reeovered .a! Castro's tyrnarical ,1vle" agents and city pei 11 Mal fc ;lilt ,,-- ds,-..A1k1.J' m. '.,. .< "" -.J-

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QUIK-SAVE tractive "ORLEANS". Plenty of parking apace la available. Orleans will erect you aa you enter the steer room
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casual atmosphere with dining dining room for parties, chit I In charge of the Orleans log and needing a place to get sings, music Is provided for months. He attended the University -
$1500 month dancing and cocktails describes functions and ssles meetings catering service, which esters a good, Juicy steak and cock dancing. There Is ample room of Florida where he Ask About Our
"The Orleans," Came.ville's All steaks served in the Steer, wedding parties and banquets tails without going 20' or 30 for dining and dancing with majored In business adminis Over 60 ton.
sUZWQSSPORTSMAN'S newest night spot Room are served with a tossed I miles," said Hicks "With The, Wo give, discount to
The tration. He Is a member of Sigma
dance floor.
The grand opening will beheld salad with your favorite dressIng .The Steer Room Is beautifully Orleans open, they have what our Senior Citizen
Saturday with the regular baked Idaho potato with I panelled with walnut pen.or they need. band Is versatile and can adjust Alpha Epsilon social frater OrugllMrttPROFESSIONAL
M $ .SO lobster dinner with drawn sour ,cream and chives elling, and the main dining of to the crowd. nity.
butter going for H.M. I trench fries, hot rolls and but room has a romantic atmosphere our"We prime are charcoal especially broiled proud Ample parking Is provided In His wife Is the former Carla

The Orleans, 4360 NW 13th ter.,. with its Indirect light steaks," explained Hicks. "Our the rear of the club. Irks, also a local girl. She Is SERVICE
St., owned by Tom Hicks and Your favorite wine, beer or ing. prices are nominal too. They Hicks was born and raisedIn a UF graduate and a member PHARMACY
CYCLE CENTER his Don Denson, liquor can be served with dinner of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority.
partner was Package goods are also available range from g.SO to $8 00 witha Gainesville. He is the son 419 S.W. ltd St.
'17 N. Main St.Galnmlll. opened July 1. The club Is open, or separately at the bar. from the drive-In window. sirloin for two for ".00. The Hicks also sells real estate Mi. 172.514
from 4 p.m. until 2 assn. Monday The newest innovation is sirloin for two Is especially of Mr. and Mrs. Dashwood and hu part Interest In a lumbar .
through Saturday. Mrs Onhn Hostess "happy hour," when cocktailsare popular with married couples Hicks owner of Hicks' Radio business.
.'. I The Orleans features the bestin two for the price of one This Is truly steak at Its finest and Appliance. He Is a graduate ,He Is a member of the Elks, iIt"
eating pleasure with US Mrs. tuDela'Quinn, hostess Happy bout occurs from I 7 of CHS. Moose, Masons Junior Chamber
Favorite prime steaks from Kansas City was previously the hostess and I p.m. everyday, except Sunday. Daaclag' Featured Hicks, 21, Is married and the of Commerce, the Quarterback RIALTY
Carpet and and lobster flown in from Key:assistant. manager of the Roll "For many years the people father of two children, Tommy .. Club, till TIpoff Club and .
Contor Itttt It aim faidudo. a nrfaatc day Inn far .hr l years. She li I ftf RihutnrilU have lIMIt wan b flu Friday and Saturday cvn. Jr.. and Alllion Lee four the First Methodist Church. OHOMH' I
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Florid. Be.utrulUniveralty -, .0 JOHNSON vice .nwr !SOUTHi I
see .....11.. l.tw; W. .. /1Nn b- ; Still 'Worthy
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POLICY rmn.., rn we.ve r..._ : WASHINGTON Herbert Hoover Is gone, but be has
01 U' *U..". 0.t CMUMIMM left
a legacy Although written 13 years ago, his words contain
1. Report the news fully fad Impartially In the news column. IS implicit warnings that apply to American life today. .
2. feprtu the opinion at t the Sun I In-tut only In-.dlloriala. ThoughtsOf a ;,; He wrote: .
: I. Publish oil ,ldl of imPortant controvtnlal IUUM. "The practical thing we can do if we really want td"1t1 lle' '
f the world over again Is to try out the word 'old' for a while.
The Surfs telephones: All department 378-1411 There are some 'old' things that made this country. .
Forme "There is the 'old' virtue of religious faith. ,

.. There are the 'old' virtues of Integrity and the whole
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I The Presidential RaceThe LegislatorThere ,honor''Tb In r.public is the office'old,'' virtue of Incorruptible' service. and

,"There are the 'old' virtues of In government
I President of the United States difficult to think of Barry Goldwateras Is considerable sup .self-reliance, thrift'and Individual liberty.economy -"*,

I ia the loneliest, most powerful man .. president, it is virtually Impossibleto port In a book tided "Con It "There are the 'old' virtues of patriotism," real love of .
In the world. think of William Miller in that gressman from Mississippi" country, and willingness to sacrifice for it.

role. for the old adage that as a
If in his lonely role he I. timid or twig Is bent, so will the tree THESE 'OLD', ,Ideas : are very Inexpensive. They even
would help win hot and cold wars. .
be Inclined. Frank Smith Jr.,
aside the
indecisive, he may sacrifice our Putting supreme Issue
"I realize that
author of the book, was eight suggestions win raise that cuss word'
freedom and that of the western foreign policy, we lUll cannot look +' s e. ,
ye.rs old In July 1928. :!' MA.xhu' 'p' 'reactionary. But some of these 'old' things are slipping
world, bit by bit until it ,is allon. upon Sen. Goldwater as qualified, for One day his mother was BACKBONEBarry's badly In American life: And if they slip too far, the lights

-or until a despairing remnant the presidency.On summoned from her homein will BO out of America, even

throw. Itself Into a hopeless war of Leflore County to nearby DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS, h< we win these cold and hotware

last resort. civil rights, the outstanding do- Greenwood. Her husband, a
deputy sheriff, had been "Think about It
mestic issue, he has protested In
generalities -
If he underestimate some other his commitment to the prin hurt Frank What did not eight know was year-old that Last from.. "Our Invasion greatest danger is hot

nation's nerve and capabilities, he ciple. But he hu 'left unspoken the his father had been senselessly Ploy armies. Our dangers byforefp are that
threaten the of the forthright pledge which would shot and killed .
may rashly use disown by an escaped we may commit suicide from
nation's terrible nuclear powerandthen and discourage the segregationist Negro convict within by complaisance with
By WALTER LIPPMANN will carry, It is of decisive son somehow the cause of,
find it to beat a disastrous who have flocked to hi. The alone evil. Or by public tolerance'
necessary cause boy, playing on For the grand finale, Sen. Importance that he should be and that Senator Goldwater 1 .
retreat after the threat failed in the South. the front porch, learned of scandalous: behavior. Or
Barry Goldwater has chosen able to make himself believed. possesses the cure for, crime,
to achieve its purpose.If truth the hard way. Shortly to stake his hopes of winning It will not be so easy for smut sodomy and all the honor.by cynical acceptance of dis
On fiscal matters he speaks highlyof after his mother had left a on a mighty effort to destroythe him to do that if the candidate other vices and for all the These evils have defeated -

he doe not have the habit of responsibility. But he has promised carload of men pulled up. character of President of the opposition party frivolous fads and fancies human nations many- times In
Lyndon Johnson. The ground brands him ss an immoral even the latest wellpublicized history.
thoughtful, prudent reaction in emergencies a five-year program-of tax cuts "WHERE ARE Frank's was laid months ago by flooding 1 character French bathing suit "Think about It:"

he may be incapable of ,which presumes a foreknowledge of guns?" shouted two' of the the country with scurrilous The foregoing was contained
armed as they ran to the For these reasons, this last To make a case for this.
limiting the use of America's domestic and world conditions which men steps. paperbacks on which no in a nationwide broadcast
cannot be off ludicrous Innuendo
ploy shrugged wildly
force to the need of limited war no responsible man would claim. "We are going to help get reputable publisher would put as nothing but politics playedby the Goldwater speakers point by the former president at

situations (as in the recent Tonkin the nigger that shot your his Imprint Out In the open a nice guy. The mechanism to the fact that among Lyn the Iowa Centennial Celebration .
daddy and we haven't ,ot. Goldwater and Miller have at Des Moines on August
Gulf incidents). of the attempt to assassinate don Johnson's close associates
gun for everybody In the carried on a drumfire, not 30, 1931.
On domestic political relationshipshe Mr. Johnson's character there have turned out to
If he in the habit of acting first stands for "states' car. of charges that were specificand needs to be taken apart be two transgressors. One is;
is rights. But he
They departed .with the could be met, but of Innuendo and studied and understood Bobby Baker, who served Mr., MANY A STATESMAN la
and thinking later, he may plungethe proposes, as president, to lead a "war guns, leaving the small boy and Insinuation, of for future reference.. Johnson until he ceased to history has looked back on
whole world into a nuclear. holo- on ,crime" which can hardly imply with his shock and grief. sly hints and smirks, of remarks be majority leader of the'' his life and pleaded that the

caust.. anything but a vast expansion of There was no lynching. The which are able to pass THE SHORTEST and most Senate, and the other ia Walter voice of experience be heeded
federal police power. dying father exacted a prom- muster only because they authentic description of the Jenkins, who hal been a even as youth In Its enthusiasm
We do not like to think of Sen. lie to that effect from the have a double meaning. Infernal machine Is to be right-hand man of the President I has brushed it aside
sheriff. The newly made Judging by the' polls, not found In the transcript of the In the White House. with the feeling that what Is
Barry Goldwater In this lonely, powerful One may not much care for some widow also stood against by one poll, but by all the conference held In Californiaby past Is of no value.' Yet

role'with ,the, life or death of of Lyndon Johnson's actions and! associations what was then a commonplace polls, the effort to destroy Russell Walton, who was To hear Senator Goldwater some! young men have at
the civilized world .depending on Ms as senator and u vice act In several Southern Mrs. Johnson's character has the producer of the film talk, bne would think that' times expressed a concept of
j reaction.. president. One may not support all states. failed. Louis Harris finds "Choice." This film was to President Johnson Is the first leadership la the community
President who has !had close :
that the number of voters which has endured '
be the blockbuster which destroyed
long after -
That went Into the
I of the programs he has pressed for a. story who with the Goldwa to him men who later let him ,
Mr. Johnson. It they themselves
agree was have
Sen. Goldwater his admitted that president.But mind of the boy. So did ,ter of Mr. Johnson is shown down badly. As a matter of passed One .
another one. The widow and picture to be said Walton, on away of the finest
( he does "possibly shoot from'the hip," well under 20 cent Durmg fact there have been very '
her son moved to Greenwood. per Oct. 23 through "every (television essays on the subject of
excusing such Impulsive reactions on he is not the unknown quantity Young Frank was a faithful all my life as s newspaperman ) outlet" The next few suffered Presidents similar who embarrassing have not leadership war written by a
the ground that he has travelled a that Barry Goldwater is, despite Sunday School attendant. One this has been assumed night, "the Mothers of America Inflicted; nan destined to be President
experiences -
bit and "been to the courthouse to be the size of the lunl'Amerlc.n will march Into the precincts of the United States Wood-
exposed problems" or perhap. became of-all his writ Saturday on on them by close associates
jo that he doesn't feel any need to ing and talking. A. president,' Mr. square he and other boys listened tic tics.fringe.In poli all turned the porch" lights or trusted friends or even row Wilson. At the age of 34,
on. he delivered at the Univor.sity .
:"stop and'think' In detail "aboutI Johnson has generally followed a predictable to talk ,by the crowds members of their own fam4- of Tennessee '
I gathered there about two Negroes IFALL 'THAT matteredwere Tltii'IIIris, as we know, was I ies. It Is a rare President on June 17,
Ithem. moderate course in domestic 1890
Jailed on a murder the outcome olth. ..Ieew. withdrawn because of the outcry who has not found himself commencement address -
matter. In foreign affairs, he has charge. Frank was drawn to about its Indecency But: In the same predicament as entitled "Leader of
:; He has talked:..and written-fA shown the ability to act both decisively a crowd giving attentive ear lisa, attention. might to pay the little whole further the theme of the film is still I Lyndon Johnson when theb Men." It read In part 'as

complex 'world problems in vastly and with restraint when that, to his Sunday School teacher, ugly business which has the .main theme .f what I reports began to come hi follows:
J over-simplified term and suggested too, may be called for. a wealthy old man who owned dragged this election down to left of the Goldwater cam about Bobby Baker's manipulations "No cause Is born out ,of
'that the threat of American nuclear farms and business Inter- the lowest level within living paign. This, as the indiscreet and about Walter Its time. Every successful
j ests. Boys In his class liked there is but plain-spoken Walton put Jenkins calamitous act of reform movement, hid,a.
!power will solve many of them. Because of what seem to us to be memory. more its efficient '
him because on Sunday he then the election at stake. it, is to show that"Johnson ,self-destruction.! cry some prlnci.
the clear disqualifications of Sen. gave nickels to those who had The office of President of the cannot cope with the moral pie of equity or morality already .
I He ha. chosen a. hi. potential Goldwater and Rep. Miller to be the best learned verses from the United States has been treated problem because he Is Immoral THE QUANDARY of all accepted well-nigh On*,
;Successor in the presidency a second- nation' leaders in these critical New Testament with utter vulgar disrespect himself." the Presidents has been vernally, but not yet universally

:prate; member of Congress who has no times, and because of the demonstrated The character of the The device used has beento whether or not to protect of life.applied in the affiaift
visible qualification for the domestic abilities of President YOUNG FRANK Smith t man who will continue to be expound and expand on themselves\ by Joining !m Every such movementhas
: John worked his way In to hear ;President of the United States the moral problem of our the hue and cry against the been the awakening of a '
[ requirement of the office, let son, the Sun hope for the electionof bis old Sunday School teacher :]has been maligned by his age,. and by Innuendo to. fix transgressor. None of the people to see I'' new field
:alone the solitary exercise of such Johnson Nov. S. and Presidents for for old principles.
on loudly urgently: i;rival la a manner which has the responsibility for all the example
:vast International power. For If it Is "They have no business lockj I j hitherto been reserved for Immorality of the modem Dwight Elsenhower who I "These men who Hood '.
big those black 8. 0. B.'s up (anonymous Inciters of willsperlng world on Lyndon- Johnson, knows :wen what the "'Do alone at the inception of the
CAMPAIGN IMPRESSIONS :and keeping 'em out of our ] campaigns.This who has been President of the dry to, has been coldbloodedand movement and whose voices
hands. Stringing 'em up right attack on (the office United States for 11 months.No cold-hearted enough to then seemed ss it were the
9 I now would be the cheapest i and on the man has been 1 wonder the hone sense of Join m the hue and cry. voices of men crying .In the'

and easiest way to handle i ithis. done entirely by Innuendo I I the voters has overwhelmingly I think I shall now wash my wilderness, have In reality
j Growing Crowded Country ." ,and because this Is a form of 1 rejected the innuendo. hands. But I should like to' been simply the more sensitive
{, This lesson from the town's i sneak attack, something of it say that 'I look forward to organs of society: the
... leading Christian also was i may stick long after the 'IT HAS BEEN PROVED next week when I expect to part first awakened to consciousness

By RICHARD WILSON ,can talk \to anyone else In i actly bow to Insure everyone grist !in the young boy's mind. votes are counted. Yet In I Impossible to fool all the people ,, have the delicious I feeling of:ya IJtuaU :'..
Chief; Cewlee WashhgtoaWASHINGTON the country In a matter el his Just share In aa affluent EAU Southerners are used view of the awful response | or most of them Into believing that comes with no' longer With the 'start and irjtat !po ':
v 1IIIrt. ascends or /Mte... society.: : to the contradictions In their 1 1lives. titles which the President 1 that President John- having a toothache. of a rude and redden 11111: ....
Every But what we have not yet But Frank Smith's werea mona from sleep; society: ..
learned too much about la Blue more dramatic than sents the disturbance of its
four years during I pros K Tied INCREASE ta comI
dentlal campaign a political I munkatlons makes the couth how to live together u n dertlal most He remembers that In restful unconaciauspesaan&
reporter has the opportunityto try far more a single a Increasingly crowded COD d Itkms. all his growing up he never Voice"of'the for a moment racks Itself
see more of this country rattier than a union of states,I We crowd more sadE once heard a sermon or Sunday PeopleOn with hasty passloor But, sacs "*
than Is afforded the average that It formerly was even I more together in the big uri School reference'to JIlt gel It completely aroused; M
person. He may travel M,* there were not the extern II 1 i;, ban complexes, all kinds and problems el, nee relations. will sanely meet the necesei-
DM or even 75,000 miles .Inside world pressures which r. colors of us, so that we must Frank Smith went to Mississippi The Sun's ties of conduct revealed by
the continental United 1 upc M aa Increasingly cen icerub, shoulders, or fenders of- schools and managed to Opinion Page the hour of Its .w IIIIIII."

States, crlsr creasing the. tallied government People tener. Everywhere you go IBM U useful yean as Con o.w- end ........ .. ... ...... e's "...... to ... .eIte N the P..1e But one can go 'hack eves
country a dozen times. ......."we their motorcars, people are concerned: about .,... He made compromlees .... .. ...... ... ... ... ........ ..... ...- will .. ........ It .......... A -hose, LIIIM stasiS further., Aristotle analysing
When this many thousands el milts also, mixing with other greai. ; some shamed him. But ..e ..... SOl weds ... ..M .. ........ .. euty see Md. so she ..... pss'ry ...... be .... tile all the oligarchies the monarchies
experience extends tend. to.be km respectful el and with the problems that be was never demagogue. t:..Nee. Me'tote Ie,eeleoe see .tsetse w t5 ...... .. srN5est eOon.... ... ".e... ess.My and the democracies.
over 30 years someImpressions term state lines that In a former come from what the late of ancient time*, wrote:"A
begin to time,>sad so the diRastcMbetweea President Kennedy called a AFTER THE MM school 1 Treatise on GGYernnteIIt."- la
and they are mostly concerned CM stole and another yfrnUaKe society. By this decision his enemies .went Some Can't Pay, ty to have money let him b not complete, and I am which ,M sold: I
with the enormous grow.th' "* toad to dlmln..... A motel he meant all kinds and conditions after Urn hart They ameaaad give it to the government him not able topie... It How t ,
of the. country... Its la Arisen caa be much like of people living together and slandered him and Heavier Taxes; self. Because there Is a lot of do you expect a man like me "IT-IS KKtSUXT' and I

grandeur In not merely the growUi "- eat.la South Carolina. In order and trteadil- Just to make sure of Ms defeat people that are barely ableto to pay your taxes U I went most for the ,benefit d't estate j
population or physical ness with respect for e.e bis EDITOR, Sun: 1 am wrhV own and maintain a oil drawing representative pay the
they gerrymandered that offices thereof
aspect of affluence but and home, much less a .,. If I
Qlmstebglral another this I
geographic ( i district big letter la answer to as you are I wouldn't mind should he filled by the prtoclple ,
j political growth. tIp.11 tics"Is conditions do coeds e, This ta one of our prob Russell Jordan's letter thai a man Is able to own a $3001 giving ITS or $M a year for
the II
used here In its broadest of course, to alter. life u betweea leans and it la hard to find Now JOCIn.coo. appeared to'the Oct home or more he should be persooj'. Jtwhoeecharacters .. I
... .
meaning as the art and discipline sections el toe country the solution by bw or the gressman can see changecaning a CaneevUle Sun.la able to pay the taxes ye lase.dunk: you should travel ihspeopIS ,
of living ID a eivOixed but considering. the wide differences adoption of a national policy. to Mississippi after want paid so bad.I arouBd the eeoatry a little bit and that ."_DOC
society. from North to South violence and leer, chance regard to homestead exemption am a crippled... and and ace how a tot el M oppressed.* I
and East to West it la THE POTENT!.U. for further that he tried to bring decently from reading Mr. disabled to work. I, am livIng people are having to live.poor "And whoever would establish -
THE INCREDIBLE: expansion ll 'JI'lIinIhow uniform conditions Industrial and quietly yean ago. One Jordan's letter 1 assume that off of a welfare check of CONCERNED: FOR POOR a government' upon a
of communication: of aQ of life have become. growth of the of his conclusions Is so true he has a lot of mone,. If he $71 month. I own a home PEOPLE community of goods, ought to I
kinds has altered. the coou- la constantly brought country to the thai It Is appropriate to repeat wants the state and coun- valued at about $300, and It See VOICE ea Page I) know that he should coasuR
Denial nature el the U e 1 tsd WE SEEM to have the solution attention of the traveller it for the upcoming! tec\ the tIBslsT1aflK4 Of tDMiy years. I
States so that it is much or at toast a work the lion: "Became race has beta which wield ptlaksy enough I
less a collection of states able approach toward the so- fresh availability water being of the cheap only I the beginning and end of every POTOMAQ ;FEVER ;inform, him whether pet a I
and regions titan It formerly lidos, II... major p r 0llie limiting factor In cases. issue In the deep South scheme to useful; for almost :
was. We know what to do In some ways many the n. t los' the net effect of race politics BY JACK WILSON Cow tea,WaahJagton Bureau :an thtagf h.,akeady beta
It Is aa Interesting reflection about acute. unemployment seems merely Is that the people of the South found eat, bat some. have
well along la Republican campaigner are making progress A poll show that only I bees' sad,
22 atgtoceid other
dbfancMatd themselv
have per
that leas this do
In oae although we not know yet Its growth, with much more cent of the voters still
i think Goldwater ia what
person's lifetime : the tele* how to handle technological to come. It can be doubted es. They make decisions oa In. those pretty little- ) fish swim 1 which have horn brava he*
phone, the motor car, the airplane "' unemptoynent We baser If these conditions weald national and ntenattaal Issues lot ben. pat to practice."r

and radio TV* have 'what to de to alleviate farm exist, at least to the degree en M. ether basis. few; i New If. the Deeaocrala who The aaaaajaf history emr
come Into general ... Communication problems without known* they do, without the help of Southerners seem to recofaite -. menage of the DercraUtTt am werryhar abort manly fey'ie.? the tola alsaty of advice tarn
not only/ betweea how to solve them. These a strong national g verament. the Irony of their own getter," f party' that brays .* S& ... the dicer easraiJea to the
the various areas of tie eoua- problems which preoccupiedearlier This will continue eel' petition: thai to keep the No- ;( \l >j& < 1I|,wif..,. sad R ai ......
try but between todivie\Ja 1 Is generations are less be another of our problems, gre from having any political Sen. Goldwater lag -ralaey etj flat MlEampasja
of hi.
who live close to or far from pressing today. We know how how such a government ahatt' puwcr they lea give up he' bilingual Translatioi aajrs oae Good ualiffcatioas for. the White BOOM fa that c sM ekw of _
j out another Is far grog ter' to expand economically sad help' and not hinder the too* .their own power,*. : at dovblatalk.. I|.... hove MoeaaL pas

than even 30 years age. Anyone spread the benefits of prosperity vidual genius which' has built nil. book well worth' Mr. JohsMon atm feet preperhy i. tfcej isy is..e.'He eloeasjl' "..... as 'aey d .e'ihTT'ljat'

who can dial It ebfttt without knowing' ex- such' a splendid country. nad+nhl. white backlash ae boas aa tWa m gTseabartr ... 't wetry aMt, UM. vBHsMisl- adls.on

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.,... .. .. .. Friday, October 30, IW Golnesvillo Sun SJfr

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'il = : People: ;Voice Stands on Doming Election r

! published expresses my personal aged citizen participation in "Extremism !in the defense to work-pretty well for Teddy that all of the news reporters 1,

views so well that I can- government on aU levels. of liberty Is no vice ." Roosevelt It also worked the most of the columnists ,!
'UQ the President. not improve on it The writ One citiaens' organization I neither vote nor think only time it has been used the magazines, and the radio

w er of this editorial really hit has been the ADA. I am not with my heart, but with my lately, when we told Russia to and TV networks are all
the Issues squarely on the a member of this group and head. get the missiles out of Cuba. against them. Everyone Is r
head. More power to him! have not received Its litera NORMAN MALL. And it Is pretty well proven out of step except those who
(Continued from Fag think Social Security pie can climb Into their own And on the local level I am ture. However. I can see that Hungary would be free accept Barry's latest
be voluntary.. Thia is airplanes and get out of the willing to try an unknown clearly that the sentence In now if we had used it when whatever it happens to be
fairy' ,, only definite position I*, area of infection. If people for Governor !b preference to the ad "five of the knf-time 'Big Stick'Worked they revolted. There Is no evI- ss revealed truth. ,
on It If a man wants get old and don't have any the known political manIpulator alms of the ADA which coincide for TR dence that Barry is reckless
i If be does not want money to retire on, it's their from Jacksonville! with the long time alms Just because he doesn't have Could It be that they per. /.:
: can provide his own.". ,own fault If they haven't JOHN T. MOORE: Communist a wet noodle for backbone. calve the American commu-
EDITOR Sun The of the U. S. parp" EDITOR, Sun: I feel that a nication media
been smart enough to inherit as unfriendly
.'; mongers keep telling us GoUwater weald the' family business or is scurrilous and badly your readers should be informed Why should we sign a test because they can't stand up
all U .pot lily-white In self-respect back to our, marry Lifetime Dem misleading This "guilt byassociation" of some of the obvious ban treaty with a bunch of under the of
or have someone scrutiny objective
..ington. So what else Is people. Barry Goldwater; money pay ploy Is evilly reminiscent fallacies of your general liars who have broken hun *
(" '[Then-are.skeletons In remind an of their fam their that's way their through tough luck.school Still Is of the McCarthyera stand and of your Sunday editorial dreds of treaties when Is suits reporting JOAN N. CLUBOK
ifcal closets from Seattle responsibilities. We most. and hi not worthy of a to particular. their purposes, and who have
4; lams-doubtlesa even Sen. Goldwater to Government is the biggest EDITOR, Sun: I am a veteran national party. You list many reasons why threatened to bury us? You
I Gainesville. Sure those crusade to strengthen our world danger to freedom in the of many winters- some The five points that are cited various people should vote for say Barry Is quick to speak Against Barry,

Jkts should be cleaned out. fibre. today. Look at farm. cold wet and rough. concern U. S. disarmament L. B. J. But what you. and his mind. So was Patrick Hen Not For LBJ
SPARTACUS subsidies. If farmers |.Jp, >t by burning down mate a go of it, they shouldbe When I was a little boy. I conciliation of Soviet most people fail to realize Is ry..
""r OUst around them! free to become sharecroppers remember Pa, Grandpa Uncles Russia and "friendship with that you have listed only one You say Barry Is againstthe EDITOR, SunYour: recent
r It : i Tom Joe and Jim talking aQ Communist regimes' together or two civil bill Not sol!
was my understand Halt Voice',, or go to the city. reasons (most of themvery rights endorsement of Lyndon B
What we were supposed to _Good View Look at unemployment insur of going to the polls to with parenthetical remarks \ selfish) why each person He Is against the two unconatl- Johnson for the presidency
electing president.,'not -. ance. It robs people out of vote and this was always a that make It wildly should vote for L. B. J. and tlonal provisions of the bill Is not an endorsement at all,
'. TJshing a politician work of the right to starve. Democrat ticket When I be- implausible that an American increased government activityand that require Involuntary servitude but rather ranting Indict.
te:, All other conslder.t) 1 o Sun The Gaines If people can't pt Jobs came of age I registered as patriotic group would taxes while at the same of all barbers, waitresses ment against Sen. Barry Gold-
\ ,
\;.ftside;. Lyndon Johnson Sun gave a good view d J. In the cities they ought to a Democrat and voted the have any such Item In their time you have listed many etc. I think schools water
fcroven he can handle presidential c. D same. constitution. The second Item reasons why each person buses that enjoy a monopoly
; start a business tor themselves With all the pundits' itrlv-
a\ problems of the In 25.the This Sunday view edition came. '. like a railroad or a On June 1, 1917 I enlisted given hi the worst to credV! should vote for Barry and etc. should be forced to Integrate Ing to find a single Issue In

#",Vie has proven himself the combined steel company or something In the Army of the USA and billty: "extermination of all less government Interference. But a man's private this campaign, H Is miraculous
G' fable administrator with the Rainbow government safeguardsagainst Every that Is for business Is his to run as
at saw active duty program
of the Sun ,editorial or go back to the farm. Look ., how the Sun sees It all
l |He has proven he can the three informative let at civil rights laws.. They rob I Division In France. Someof Communist subversion. some minority group must be he pieties and If he wantsto so clearly. You cite foreign
:$ International crisis with in "Voice of the People". Negroes of their freedom of the days were wet, cold ." 'paid for by the majority. I be hardheaded and obnoxious policy as "the paramount Issue
firm, levelheaded action. being turned away by segregationist and tough but I had no desire What can I say to refute suppose a canal Is nice for the that Is his constitutional of this campaign" yet
1 Barry Goldwater has editorial believes the proprietors.! If Negroes to change to the other such a thing I read to the people of Florida, (although I rl ht you neither elaborate nor
: Issues of this that the ",B.L a a I dont know why should I certainly hope the colored
!ised much but he has don't like segregation side. papers they clarify, Instead merely label
only that his Intentions .is foreign pol they should something for When the war was ended, CIA are still In operation and want their air polluted by all people of the South will check John on'. views as "sound"and
and he Is This It indeed an im evidently functioning efficient the Industry It is supposed to the facts before they vote. Goldwater's
\ good that .. themselves like toss bombs I came back to the United "dangerously!
M. ','whatever the rest of Issue, lid at the or shoot guns Instead"of expecting States. landed to Ocala on ly. I am quite sure that there bring) but why should the rest Goldwater worked for integration unsound."
.. find
country is for. I can't of the editorial the government to June *, 111. and registered are reasons for eliminating of the country pay for It? Do In Phoenix when It was Your "scrupulous" editorial
that America Is ready yet statement "And wo are step in. as a DemocratI loyalty oaths for all government we like to pay for the ArkansasFrying no political Issue, and he- Is writers dreadfully over s''''
:a travel down that road than enchanted with some employees which do not pan project or the still for Integration but not at
(LBJ's) past associa Or look at sousing laws or settled on a small farm Phil everything On e'vll' I I Irl
jl paved with good 5 loosing codes. If I want to in western Marlon County. support the premise of the lower Arkansas fiasco? Let the expense of constitutionally !;' ts, Johnson Is "right"and I
& such as his. 4 baud a Junk yard or s fill- I The following I walk- ad. The last point of federal each region build what it guaranteed freedoms Johnson Coldwater "w rill." j\
*" this a minor issue or no years medicine has a long record of
2 JAMES C. control of education wants to benefit Itself. segregalion
big station or a slum next ed between two sticks and depleting Goldwater as !
at all? Doesn't the mot and "of almost every Loll of old people are for and pushed the civil
door to somebody, he looked at the north end of asouthbound Inconsistent and Johnson i
Sever of our govern shouldn't go hollering off to mule producing aspect of American society"Is I* B. J.'. socialised medicine rights bill because It was politically ."consistent", you fall to Identify
rate a paramount role the city commission for help. and velvet an obvious canard Intended bill (but I'll wager they will expedient like everything specific/ Instances.
so long as glorified pho corn, peanuts to Inflame, not Inform. find the controls rather obnoxious else he don. And If he
Of S. He ought to Just move out or beans for livestock feeding. Perhaps. If your editorial I I I
serve our individual pun lump it. One of the sad symptomsof If It gets shoved thinks It will get! more votesto had succeeded In presentingone
EDITOR Sun: No ? And Is our purpose If I want to rent out an Eggs were worth 10 cents a our time to that one can through), but how about the repeal It next year you original thought It couldbe
gain or the preserve. apartment with no plumbing dozen to trade fryers IS centsto be criticised for speaking up much greater number of can be sure he will push counted as valid Furthermore .
monstrosity was! ever of our land of freedom? 2S cents each to trade good the things that who have to through Its repeal.
against appear
I. off on the American or about to fall apart and young people pay your charging Senator
ADA. and Hubert hens M cents each, also in to be and misleading for other medicine' Now If there Is still doubt
7 i;; han that'great can find a sucker to pay the wrong people's Goldwater with being "I m.
,":' bane, Social Security. for all 0 f the I rent, that la no excuse for trade. I slaughtered good Flo- If communism Is In and much red tape u well about who to vote for check petuous" and not "prude n t"
$::; unsound people? liLy a the government to Interferewith rlda-ralsed bean-fed steers volved. I cant speak for the as their own? the moral and ethical recordof makes use of words both of
.! itratatlvely has weakened the and his "p. s t my freedom to make a and sold to the markets In ADA or for Senator Humph.ray You say an the farmers had a responsible business man which now have lost any significance .
fjhi '
<*t Ic determination of political m a n- pronto Ocala. The price was I dollars to denouncing: this ad.I better go LBJ to save their against that of a life long political thy might still I 1
for all of the Amer. per hundred pound-some read It with sadness necks. The crook, who rose to his have had three
V old It has led It I want to lID home-brew But I own : lazy marginal months ago
people.generation to people? booze the government has no of this to trade, some cash and regret for the low means ones should, but those who I present position by means of To exemplify Barry G II I Id.

,,1 on younger'their duty to their Barry Goldwater business taking away my when the carcass was sold. to which: the Republican Party have any pride er amblttoa at at least two proven fraudulent wster's "unsatisfactory" record
'I Integrity and honesty property rights by smashing Hogs I delivered to Lykes has stooped.I all shouldn't This country was elections on civil rights you take
; Bold initiative can I can be traced through my still. Brothers In Tampa for 9250 am a loyal Democrat second largely founded by Independent JOHN R. THAYER the fact that he wu ". .
;, Social Security thus country's heritage and It I want to put a half per hundred pound, all to to being a loyal American sett reliant farmers and one of only six Republican

away with the humiliation Johnson has the politi pound of soap Into a 0 D .. good cash. and I would much prefer that kind wilt always get along GOP Can't TakeObjectivity senators who voted against
a government dole. Any that will over pound box or dump sand Into With all these years of good that both parties discuss O.K. AId ef course all non- the Civil Rights Act"TThIs'
er making $100 weekly the aggressiveness of sugar bags or sell take luck and prosperity I did not the Issues honorably a a d farmers should vole against ? fact In Itself Illustrates little. ) I
save his six per cent and, and Communism drugs why should the government choose to change to the oth truthfully.. LBJ.You The Sun turns next to distortion
the end of 30 years have $ purpose of self-gam. interfere Let the buyer er side of the fence. Now at MAXINB. GADDUM' attack Ooldwator's big*ft EDITOR Sun: Tbe \Cold- by toting Goldwater's:
000 accumulated (or tU: D. 5TEFANELLI beware. If he dais swindled the present time if I cant ,9...... -- stick foreign ,. e". seemed water forces seem to think Mere VOICE en Page I) -
age. Even with no ln be can take his business find greener grass and red Head\ ,
In His
don or'business acumen to Return somewhere else. der berries I win stay on my
n be safely' Invested As Mayor McKinley says, aide of the fence go to the He Wonders.
t per cent And with e. Jungle planning Is socialistic or com polls and veto a Democrat
Iy> no risk, the munistic. And of course, ticket an the way. EDITOR. Sun In my heart v.

d will be $33 monthly' Sun: .Since: my government means planning. D. M. OcalaAntiHumphrey I know he's right?
h worker sad his wife. tIk"I have often been quoted The whole Idea of government "My aim Is not to pass ;, r-sow..
tjHhe American paper but never fully Is communistic and unconstitutional. laws, but to repeal them. It
rlty without Intervention I feel that I owe a a r r 1 BoJ4tIIbr Is not to inaugurate new programs Mw. weu".sai"
Federal octopus public a clear statement knows this, and has pledged but to cancel old iel
ose without the political philosophy. that if elected ho will have Ad Repulsive ones." .
.jve will have : 'enemy'Is government. nothing to do with government "With all due respect to I

a weakness of was no govern n t Help stamp out government EDITOR Sun: The sd of American military leaden ry '
"t worthy of the good old days of the / Back to the Jungle.I the Republican Party In Wed- Germany could have won
litlbn.; Then it was every ;HASTY OBSERVER M.D. nesday's Is I thoroughly had
Bye both world wan If she QaEtt+N Ad0't0 ,il'GpMM'vzNtw ,,
.en' Barry Goldwater for himself. And that Is repulsive attack on the not been badly led." 1 r. t tJ
er the Social Security it should be now tf there No Political Democratic ,candidates. -1 think it was the Germans
ell: of the Federal no government, there The kind of campaigning who originated the ,
e protested against the : be no taxes and so no ManipulatorEDITOR that says "the cloud ef a mortal modern concept ef peace
wry nature of Social government spending heart astare hangs hourly through strength."
...ity in his book. for the draft, or public Sun: You requested ova' the bead of Ion "I've thought' for some time
nee of a Conservative." or axial security. la letters on presidential Johnson" Is daplcable.'Ibis that talks with the Red Chinese .
,e I stated It dogmatically of war, each man can .... The reprint ef honorable "
lectio has no place to an might be profitable.
I. and uniform. .IM':editorial from the On- j
_._ New York Times own gun j I I campaign. "We must not abandon au- rat
.tine November 24, 1913: there are epidemics, peolfn 'dajsjtt.. Enquirer which you The major to'the sd t
..... .. space clear testiiw"
r Is about the Americans for "Let welfare be a private
.. 4 em r
Democratic Action. This follows conoen. /w..4iMrio: nerd J
Election. a sentence) shoot Senator "la most area the children'
., Hubert Humphrey that could get along very well j

..... says "the facto ef his recordare without It." Education) t
strange. Ne record b
of the states .have Amendment No.1 should be ,
For ad except
Vote Yes volt
of tenure for periods I '.,....... that Senatorthis...wy was Do You Know
Univ. Regents than tae years. For RUSSELL H.SHOWALTER, JR.' este of the tusjnderI ef the t
\ Regents ef tile Us*. ADA. Seldom. has csndt- HAYDONBURNS '1

I EDITOR. Sun:' Florida of California are ap. Write In date had se tag sad SMrt-
: ers on Election Day w for terns ef U years. eve a record ef **Ue service -. .,

make a choice which University! Callfor- For R.K. High epee. far aB to sse aa Senator 'tint a. considerable port of this. ; your money, hot been It
laffectt KM college ether institutions of Humphrey. From progressive >
\ V their children and the education. Is which 'EDITOR.: Son:There is lUll mayor of Mtonsepnlls i Irtlllssd In building Industry thot could help to destroy
lurl welfare of our State. members serve for long s chance for conscientious: vouen to majority whip.to the I '
"ttfer' to the Board of and political control wile are dtapfeased with U. S. senate he has been aa ALL-'LORIDA us. For example, we SOLD,TO POLAND a complete
Amendment (No. J) the nominees effective and articulate leader COVIRNORCONGREGATIONAL:
lents nave attained gubernatorial
Democratic H. ,.. 'steel,I mill "loaning"? the money to buy It ot one-half .t
ChI State CcInIUIU CJII. of academic encekVJ to elect Robert King 96* ef the party. I

l Dr. Ralph McDonald In Let as strive for a sto Instructions about how to lie has .inspired and eacoor- write to choice sot
education goal in Florida. your may
study of higher -0 n
J'IorIda. made !la WO, be given on the published E. I. It J
wlM favor acfafcvtaf :
sanpls ballot so stmaty UA :: ;
other .
lit that 10
.. system ef higher
bee the ....'! ,& !to ITsrtds an ea- .tie aad sodtog BsOey cover:and write shove to Burns TL UNITED CHURCH CHRIST Httphrey's. IDA 'If; ;' '.!

ban{ for tta Ugh* to vets for AaaeaeV "
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aeertatn role of machines Crested: st ay Ten the *.....>' who has as shady ds* W..yi .........- ISth KM gone down the line all the way for helping com- 1 :

hip. .such fluid ..... .". hip end Is sot ebtigatod toenybody I AS ksestsd Pesos I ', .
hip..' : ... to found to J1 '. but you. 172-11, I7S-4IJ r l7hNH r nt'Irrtitm. He I. only one htartbtot away from the pre .|. I.I i I.
iced la.He, keenly also emphasised felt by ......... : -- I*dency tt "I If you elect' LB.J. who hos olreody suffered ,w'I
Chsptor. i
and students la ear the ni. Univ.America Asaee. ciU.IvatNyrlheh.art "' HAS GAINESVIW'Sj close to fotol heart attack. '<2 \ .
of mWmlxing '

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they are asked for, but
by assuring -
(Continued from Page I)
Barry the
local law,enforcement -
"re"''::..iice to atand forthrightly -' Will agencies that the federal
for federal enforcement Help government win not Interfere \ '
law". On with the enforcement of local : ;
of the new .EDITOR, Sun: I .m for stag ;" DONf'TFORGEJ' TO REGISTER
and laws
several! occasions the Senator Barry Goldwater because I :
.. has stated publicly and explicitly believe he Is an Independent He has said he will appoint
-: that he will at President Individual possessing the ability a secretary of agriculture who
-. Implement and defend the has dirt and callouses on his ,
courage, honesty and Integrity
Civil Rights Act of,1964. to do everything In hands and who will help the
farmers to help themselves In
"We Choose Johnson" his power to restore this coun- place of government subsidies FOR .' :0
; amounts to little more than try to the free enterprise aye'tent price supports, restricted -
reprimand for one that enabled it to prosper -
: I strong acreages, paying farmers
and become the most
candidate and I gentle rebuke pow to raise crops and plow them
for the other. Your erful and respected nation In under, not to raise them, and
perplexing editorial certainly the world. .
,other hare-brained schemes.As
carries no weight with the He has proven that he will for foreign policy,he will
Intelligent electorate of this do right as he sees it, by vot- be. firm in his dealings with FREEHALLOWEEN
communityI ing against the so-called Civil the Communist countries and

kindly request that you Rights BillContrary cut off aid to ,countries in
withhold kiy name. There to popular propa- that' camp
: are personal reasons Involved ganda, I believe he will deal He advocates helping our allies .
which prompt this r e q uest. fairly with all races, .and at to become independent Instead .
Thank you for your consideration the same time restore law of making them dependent
and order; not by sending federal oa oar aid.KENNETH.
UNFOOLED agents and troops unless E. HAGAR

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'Choice' Author the 45 missiles was not military to the New York financiers
but appeasement. Their who first backed Rockefellerand '
Refutes Charges closing was suggested by Walter now back Johnson. The ;:
ji Llppmann and then de- fact that some foreign aid 1 '

EDITOR, Sun: A friend bas manded by Khrushchev as a tax money,went to U. S. ;!' :
sent me, your editorial of price for his pretended with- businesses does Dot Justify \..,/ :. '..:. ; ...
drawal of missiles from Cuba. the for "- ", 't t.f ;
October 14 in which you attack making taxpayers pay xhtbldr i # -
...... ,
of "", "
the claim the
me and my book "A Proof that purchase their prod "
Choice Not in Echo." I would "old, soft" was an excuse, ucts.. Perhaps" your editor OF: THESE STORES "Ih.,:. ,'.t.::: ,... ,.I '
,- appreciate your giving m e not a reason, Is that the could understand the Injustice -, .
S space to my reply to these older, above ground missiles of much of the foreign I '. /" > V '.
: false charges. could easily have been replaced aid program if he had to pay I
by Minuteman underground taxes to finance the of I
No. 1: Mrs. Schla- : ;
ti missiles. As long as my book to foreigners so thatI FRIDAY SATURDAY .:
fly "must be a sorely troubl- : <.. .
4 '.t. ed unhappy person." we had missiles close to the could make real, not intaglnut'y :
USSR which could carrya profits.:,
t Answer:,The truth Is It warhead because ?
large payload '
would be hard to find a hap- A careful reading of the
of their
pier woman In American than other charges show that they PICK 'cHoic
there was little danger that THE GIFTS OF YOUR
Mrs. Schlafly, who is blnsed the Soviets would start a war only prove point mad.ID" "A
with life's greatest riches, a by sending their missiles half Choice Not aa Echo. ,
., loving husband and five heal way around the world with The editor reveals lilt annoyance -
thy children, who is expectingher large fuelloadi and smaller that I "know" what Franklin's Zob's '
tlchter'iCherry's .
Cox Furniture
sixth\ child soon, and who payload happened at Republican Na- !
during 19 4 was elected tional Convention'Yes, I do .
(not appointed) to two' high Charge No I: "Nor was know what happened. There j'
offices In the RspuW:cad Party. .I the Nike Zeus anti-missile- are only a few people who
missile cancelled.' It was have actively participated Inas Super:D RuaMy's Variety" .StorePersonality i .
work .
Charge No. 2She "sees superseded by on the many Republican ,National
so much duplicity In her fellow .. Nike* and the NikeZeuswas Conventions as I have, and
men, so much evil In the,' used at the basis of our much of ("A, Choice Not an Ckesaufs : laird
T heart of national leaders." Just announced anti-satellite Echo" Is based on. firsthand G.CMurphy .Hardware ShopLiller's
Answer: I am troubled by' missile. experience. Donna of del.-
the way communism has conquered Answer:' This 'Is another gates to past Republican Na- .
one .. third of the play on words Work on the I tional Convention have writ- W""werth's '
world's population. Those who Nike-Zeus was stopped. A ten me In corroboration ot Mitchell'sMtCrory's Self Service
are not troubled by this calamity theoretically-better missile the fact I presented, testifying ,.
have adopted the attitude on the drafting boards can-' .to the accuracy of "A : Shoe Store
f of Calm "Am' I my not protect us from an enemy Choice Not an Echo" I
brother' keeper" If It were missile attack. Although PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY facet |13th Pharmacy
". not duplicity and evil for Stab. McNamtra will\ not use the Alton, (UIno1t
(r', In and Roosevelt to agree at 'Nike Zeus as an (ntl missile Kitchens
i Teheran for the betrayal ot :.( missile! ,' he admits its i.. "
Poland, the first country to effectiveness by selecting. ..... '

I tap-.resist It Wore Hitler not what duplicity was: and It? ails as an anti I" satellite mfV. ._. : >l"ONE; ; LUCKY WINNER FROM EACH STORE

evil for Stalin and Rooaanfc.l CAarO'Th"E""N dthfellee: I I r ,. &,.'II t:
to agree at Yalta that the Re- &if HEATER$ rf 'I
Ford McCloy, Henry L. Stim- ,
public of China, the first coun- son, Lodge, etc. .have )"10 I l. .
try to resist Japanese aggression given service fortune and f fLew '
must lose its richest area, lives In the peace time and 1f i CLIP COUPONS: BELOW IF:
i Manchuria, toCommunlst
wartime service of the na-
Russia, what was It? tion." A. YOU NEED EXTRA ON .l
Charge No. I: "In other $2.00 .
cases she Is not so scrupulously Answer None of then men EI ; .....Ifi
careful on her gave a life or fortune In theservice 'I.WIIIC
of the nation Neither I
page M and then on page EASYTERMS4...
." Nelson Rockefeller per Henry '
4- ; III I IIII -
Ford spent any time In military !
Answer:' Everything: I Mid ,
: .
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f service... Prise winning
on those pages U supported ,
by the record. See the book reporters lIarauerlta 'HlglINI I I FOR. THE KIDS! 1 -.i..1
and Susanne Labia hew separately NomtI .
"President Roosevelt! and the I : '

dean Coming of of American the War"historian by the. ,' ,Cabot Lodge proved plotted that the Henry overthrow -, 11 i i Address .. .d..q.'.... :.. : . : ...1

Charles and Chapter A. Beard XVII., pages Addk MSS2I I, Diem government of the lilt .,Communist gave asylum I I e HOWMANY'P *| Telephone. Number' .! . ..; .1

tlonal proof of my statement !' to Communist trained i Specific Itemselected "
."1 li furnished by Deb Comk: I I.Idlne's Well: .Trl Quang and .denied ; I I

recent Interview with asylum to the anti Communist . ... .. . . ,.,
Dtwey's chief aide, P a I.I Diem brothers. Henry .
Lockwood, who laid L. Stlmson wrote a letter to 69 N I ES IN I I.Price . ... $. . .. ., .1
that Tom Dewey had "known President Truman In September :
?i for a long time through cry,- IMS In which be favored L _ _ 1
friends that had our sharing "tjie 'atamle i '
tologlst wa .
cracked codeIn weapon" with Soviet Russia ,1., -.t :' ., ... ,
.1' '"
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,j the months before Pearl Charge No. 7: "Those profIts THE PUMPKIN? ) : .'. .. t:!. "... ,' ... 'f.....
Harbor and had are Imaginary -
a very good I- tsItif f- f- -
Idea of what the Japanese Most people don't real lie CHACE
fleet was up to long before that about 10 per tint of Me.y .f the s ertlel.to'" heve. HIM Hallewee Ch1l4. :
t It struck." foreign aid ,m o My stays KITCHENS 3 ".11I Id.. with pansies. The child mekias the I H.e ... ... . , I
Charge No. t: "In the first right here la tile Unite |tat jM .. < closest Buses to the sect number el ,males fca tMf ': : 4 r j

place we never had 4S missile "I* 1 ON THI MUARI | a ,,,..,kilt will receive beth the pennies end pumpAdds.- .. . ... ... . .'.. . ... 1
bases In Turkey and Italy Answer: The profits from I QUALITY PRODUCTS! ll.r I All children must fce accewieeaM ky adults.FRI. .; .

In the second place, the foreign aid are not Imaginary 911 .' I T.I.hone H.'H' ... : . . .1 1
reasons for closing) the missile ', & SAT: ONLY!; : t
bases we did have there were of''
strictly military: the missile WHY PAY MORE 'Number I
bases there were old, 'soft'- Pennies

extremely I.e., above vulnerable ground-missiles to enemy FOR I In 'umklll . . ... . I j

attack" GET I 'MONEY L.I

Answer: This' la a play on -
words. We had 48 missiles In /led eat. Past or IXTIA COSTI r
.. Turkey and Italy. Each missile Use Your Central Cfterfo
Is situated on a complex '
base of equipment, fuelIng .- Mary Carter Point, Start rt.U. .5r 4 uIt'l. 'IIIII.-!.! ,
facilities, radar controls, ,
i Aw. j w tilneuMs, the. ft S-TIt : ,' "" i'" 1
i etc. The reason for cleeina" ? I H... ., ,. .. .'. ... I I CUlcftlAeUrees '" I
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I FrJdey. October 30, 1964 Gainesville Sun TIt

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\ j, .the SUN Gainesville COLGATE Sun' ORANGEill

I" t GENERAL HOSPITAL 0. Cannon, Mrs. Frances War m. Thursday at W. University II'' t TOOTHPASTE '
Oct SI. 1914BIRTHS din, Mrs. Nancy Quincey MaryS. Ave and lib St.
aLAr J : Newbern, Clifford Jackson, Martha T. Harbin 421 NW ,
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cornell Mrs. Faye Bruns James Ray, 9th St and J. Howard Van-
I T 247 C. Flavett in, a boy; Elsie Anderson Doyal Roberts Sclver. 141 Weaver, Hall a t i.f 59*
/ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. RicheyrJHO Marion Tomllnson Mrs. Betty U:IS p.m. Thursday' at W. University -
.;. : SW 24th Ave, a boy; Stuckey and son. Ave. and 17th St. .
\,J I ; Mr: Mrs. John W. McCanmod. SUPER D Lj1
,1109-; POLICE, FIRK REPORT Fire CaDs a q -
t 'I : Mr and Mrs. Arthur J. Perry- Accident Rmwdup At 4.OS a.m. today, a mattress DISCOUNT CENTERS
awn, J721 Hawthorne Rd., I Involved In accidents reportedby fire at 231 SW.2nd Place. W. U.l.. A... B.vittow.
I : tty; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde[ A. the Gainesville Police De- ;,alt r r+*{,, I '
= :3Tbdgli.s. 111S NW 14th AT... partment and the Alachua I Claims SwedenCracked
: :a:lid Mr, and Mrs. Micliael County Sheriffs Offlce Curing. VOTE
I :: "&'Hudson,'3(80 SE 19th. Ave., the past 24 hours were;J F' I IFora I
John C. Leavey Cross City Nazi HAYDONBURNS
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: "
I .. ADMITTED and( a State Road Department Good Cause
7 : "Carolyn: J. McCammon Dorothy sign at I:07 p m.-Thursday' in Code in WWII,
I ,? : :-Mao.Rich ay; Esther N. ewberry.. Neighborhood ambassadors of food will, dressed like witrhei and goblins will I
: Hudn mJuUa M.Vetter.;Vonno McQueen B.Barber, RL land STOCKHOLM (APEric) canvass Gainesville Saturday, collecting coins for UNICEF. (Sun i'hoto by Tommy I !
: B. Bodgerst M. Hunter, Johnny B.Reddish, 101 NE 24th :Boheman, former Swedish am Lewis) p. I
: Freeney Purvis, Ruth O, Day- St, at 5 ,.11I.; Thursday' at EUniversity I bassador ,to Washington as I
.. ampert, SteveoJ.,Wilson, an of Ave. and Waldo ALL-FLORIDA
: Gairtesvllle; Bonnie Murray,1,Road.Holton. .I the Swedish the Nazi code governmencracked In WontlWar 1/1Coins/ for Hungry Kids ;! GOVERNOR ,
: ,Starke; Mr. James L. Brown, W.' Stephens Jackion- 1 II and relayed word N "IN I
: Archer Jim J. Hodge; Chief- villa and a parked car; at 4:5: London that Germany: would I
: land, Frieda Ruth Sandlin WJllston I p.m. Thursday in the 4300 bloc)I attack the Soviet Union. Most youngsters
.. ; Orville E. Han, High I I of NW Ith St. ping,doors and
: Springs; Laurie L. Stevens Henry J. Moore, 2404 NE in I Boheman said he met Sli! bells Saturday WITH TECH
: Lee. Fla; Harry W. Rehbert; 1 Place and a parked car at 1:31: I I Stafford Cr pe, then Brltist I of candies and
: High Springs Dorothy J., MarI I p.m. Thursday at NW Stb Ave, ambassador to Moscow, I Ir I the I. ADQUARTIRS
.. tin, Bronson.r I and Ith St Stockholm early' In June, 141Cripps season'open. '
: DISCHARGED Ronald M. Fuote 121 SW Utl I wa* going home to report -: "Trick or Treat" ). 4MAGNAVOX
;, : Mrs. Betty Jane Sauls Mrs. St and Clara S. Hollins II sad, that the Germans: appar. Others will I I
: Esther Copeland Mrs. Millie :nu NW 2nd Ave., at 12:41 p.'t. ., ently would not attack the Soviet with wiU.
Union. But Boheman said i good, t ITVPhea.
he told Cripps an attack wouldbe young boys and / 0O
HEATER REPAIR I made between June 20 and be collecting ( ..172.0411
25..The Invasion began. at dawn dimes or whatever / -S PAYMENT PLANS
't. June 22.Boheman.. hungry children la I ,
Quick tit*)** Nuke :a Tiatntd and ixptntnetdRfoionabl -
: said Swedish
rattt wivlet awnRadio two tries. J I
dlipatctxd trucks a 24 Hour wrvicee mathematicians reconstructed -
Service on all maVtiPh. et equipment the German coding machineand They're the
AMIRICANb the Swedes decoded messages the United Nations
] .. .376.8268".CONDITIONING M.ATINII A.I.CO., until Germany altered Its al Children rl
code system in 1(42. I UNICEF, win be
I door-to-door under
ship of the United
608 N. en and the _
rniirirc 'Women Club. autborlUtl.'I ,

MAIN ST. The neighborhood ) ,
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ambassadors who I [
,z lied to accept
r the orange and
around their hatt.pint 6b
tainers. ..
':, II6fL. LOW" $>495 ,"We urge everyune I"I [

'AC +J f TRADI WITH' Border, J 'r.

F.M. RADIOS. Creek SALONIKA.and Turkish 9+rN'd IWI' I

.. J ::1. trola exchanged )
1\ Gain sville's Oldest'arid MM.* Crtittlet 1 the minutes River Thursday Ivfos; a MEANS '

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tarjr. spokesman : : : .......
FM .Dealer Sales ServiceInstallationOPEN '
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I II Judicial Circuit Increase Is}Nearing I Who to Follow Hubert?

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WASHINGTON (AP) IfSen. (administration legislation Johnson would like to see
If it Js ratified by.the ,..who will continul I ,
ent Judge -
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.J Hubert H. Humphrey to Congress ,year. Senate Democrats
Tuesday, amendment 10 I AMENDMF.NTf'9. ; "'10The to hold another their office amendment relatIng The Gainesville United Fund elected .,ice president next Ordinarily -the 'White. Housewouldnt John 0 Pastore of Rhode Island:
election In
machine ballot I drive:
aiming at a $160.000, has
President assistant leader The
crease from 1. to 20 to judicial procedures reached 40 Tuesday, Johnson give too much atten- as ,
cent of the goal,
ber of state Judicial f I Number I- voters wilt IK according to per division may face a delicate decision tion to the choice of an assistant President worked closely with
which the Legislature number of circuit Judges in I cttc"ults; are carved:out asked to cast ballots on a >proposal reports ', chairmen- taking a hand In replacing' him leader. But Democratic Leader Pasture ta the congressional
create., judgea'I the state is set at one for each, The proposed amendment to permit civil trials fa I General Chairman Keith Austin in the Senate leadership Mike Mansfield of Montana has session. He was so Impressedwith
50,000 persona or major fraction also states that the number of branch court houses In Did Th. said .
163,312 has been collected As whip, or assistant Democratic senator's.abilities
number was set the Rhode Island
living In the circuit, and this circuit .Judgesresiding in a County.. Ing leadership role .Johnson
1958. Since that time, the or. pledged as 0(,, mid- Senate leader Humphrey
provision remains. county shall not Abe reduced Voters already have giver I week.w himself once filled. that be picked him for
turned In an Impressive
:. population has.grown..$ I Four more state attorneys when the boundaries of 16 circuits ,this privilege to Volusla, Highlands ,.Chester ,Yatea; chairman of In helping get critical performance All the signs indicate that I keynoter of the party'*.national....
The new amendment one serves in each circuit are redrawn to make 20 ,' Brevard, Pasco an d I -advanced gifts division has -'-..,---.
call for creation of new will be needed If all four new This protects the seats of preyp PineQss counties. .
reported U cent his
per aL goal Under customary procedures,
: completed. ,: : ;t r United Fund 'Dollars. ,Up Sen. George-A* Smathers of

Sam Berry, chairman of the ,. .:lot ..
Florida would be ta line

I Where Barry Is Strong; national, W ,per v firms*cent division of his. goal reported completed Girl Scout MembershipBy promotion of from the his poet Democratic as secretary ...

t Howard King, chairman of By ANN CARTER '.toward;'the salaries :of'' three Policy ...
the University of Florida Med I UF Student Journalist directorta
advisors, an executive Smathers, a close personal.
: By LOUIS HARRIS ical Center division, reportedptleenf'of 1 Gainesville area Girl Scouts, Jacksonville, a camp coordinator : friend of the late President John

r In the closing days of the campaign; Sen. Barry Goldwater, W, ; his, goal completed part of the 13-county: Gateway and a public 'relations 7. Kennedy, also has had long
has found an Jnue that strikes a responsive chord within THE Girl Scout Council, will receive and finance.director ta Jacksonville association with Johnson But
many Americans: the charges of corruption and lack of morality George Corrlck, chairman of. an estimated $12,750 In benefits the Florida senator bucked.
In government The result to that a majority of people, ARRISURVEY 9 > the university division, reported from the Greater G II I a e sviue >Other functions of the Girl i many of, Kennedy's: legislative\ .
43 of his
for the first time since the summer, now feel sympathetic to .pet Austin cent said the goal university completed United Fund by the end of the Scouts supported by United proposals and could be expected,.

,Republican> nominee is a person > to year according Mrs. George Fund are camp program to be out of step with some that
In spite of the bitterness of the 1964 campaign, two out ... campaign running nearly C. Jones, Gainesville field advisor services, publication of "Trail
....... 20 cent ahead of la tyear'l Johnson makes.,.
'of every three voters express, belief that Senator Goldwater '"1' per a : Signs a council newsletter, materials
to a man with the courage of Us convictions! Throughoutthis liabilities from which ho suffered in the eyes of many.voters pace Gateway Council gets roughly for scouts" programs Another potential candidate Ii
election more than six in every 10 voters have said In before the race was even underway. Mike Kreshka, chairman ofthe' .7United. Fund,maintenance of a field office, Sen. Russell B. Long of Louisiana '
survey that Coldwater ,is"a: nice guy ,"But up until the' He.It' still la trouble JO with the electorate on these key professional division reported and Community and a council car for use of the ,'who has seniority Senateservice .
final stages he has been unable to inspire this same major' points MS per cent" of his goal ty Chest agen advisors both Pastore 'and"
ity who like him personally a comparable. .confidence. In Usability -Up to the dosing days of the campaign! ,Goldwater baa completed. Officialssay The Gainesville office Includes over
to lead the nation.. not. been able ta reduce. appreciably the majority (It per James Qulncey, chairman of it to difficult a meeting room, a camp equipment Smathers Long to generally a
Although trailing In the. public opinion surveys since his cent) who still believe that he would plunge this country into commerce 1 division, reported to say exactly room which provides supporter of' administration
nomination at San Francisco, Senator Goldwater has, managed a war with Cuba (.a course' of action opposed by 61 per cent 27 per cent of Us goal completed bow much U. camp sites near Gainesville with proposals but has not always ,

to win support on a number of stands be has taken of the people). to'returned" to supplies .- a library and administrative seen eye-to-eye with the admin
in, his campaign for,the ,Presidency -Nearly alx out of 10 continue to think ho would use the David Anderson, chairman of each city. The office.> istration's team.
-Aa overwhelming 68 par cent of voters interviewed agree atom"bomb'in\Asia (disapproved by tt per cent). commerce 3 division reported money is d t I. .

with his stated position that prayers In.. the ,public schools Rightly) or wrongly, most voters 86 per cent feel the 20 per' cent of his goat completed. tributedthroughout .
'should be restored. : Republican nominee to really against Social Security (supported its member districts'on UNITARIAN UNIvERSA'LISTFELLOWSHIP
An oven higher M per cent share his belief that security by 17 per cent). Bars. Harriet May.and Mrs ''. a percentage basis Gainesville
regulations over employes In government should be tightened..,,' w-Aperosteatoly 4i' per' cent disagree"" with Goldwaters Joann Clayton, co chairmenof area has the highest percentage .,
-Since the senator took too offensive on the toaue of morality -. ,stand to give mo NATO field commaxdof,discretion using house-to-house division, reI I, of Scouts par girl population .
.and corruption In government half the electorate has 'atomic weapoaa. : ". ->>' WFuHy "r* ported per cent of their goal than any other area In SPEAKERS DR. OSCAR SVARLIEN HProf
come to believe bo would do a better Job than his opponenton 70believe the senator wants' to'cut down collected. Austin said the magnitude .the council: Mrs' Donald Morrison ofP.Iltleei.cienc., : U. of (. iTOPICo'THE

this score the powers of the U... Supreme. Court,".and 61 per:, .cent are of the housetohousecampaign I Jr., Gateway president NATION AND OUR ,WOIU.D
t "-Silin every 10 voters now feel,'as does Goldwator, that 'against any tech novas.Fully to expected to delay I salt ,
federal power should be trimmed M per cent' think ho to opposed to medical earl fort the reports. .In addition, Gainesville to the ENGAGEMENTS ,
-..:.dixty.one'per''] cent think thai Goldwater, really wants tai + a aged under Social Security (supported by 6J,per, cent of new Edwin Peck,' chairman, of the I second largest contrlbuter: Alf Who Are Interested Are Welcome4;
curb extremist groups. -: ), . v
-Fully six in 10 agree whir him that welfare and relief j< Hen are the points on which Senator Goldwater. ,:meets division, repeated collection .of ; funds Mrs Morrison added r 11 AM'SUNDAY.NOV.1', :1014 NW ICttj AVENUE
tend to make people lazy. : ._ with public approval today. .. $737 from newly established Money ta council coffers goes I + ti : ;

Taken together, these t s lap'dvet. Goldwater a" rather SOURCCS Or CONFIDENCE, : IN QOWA'i't' businesses and professions. No _. ..
positive public posture among voters, as ho makes his final ,goal was set for this division, '
.... J:TOTAL created for this year's.I campaign Before'the Auburn '
support this week. Tniro art oven some sign bit some Gvoissw*' .v > ,
of the earlier, harsher impressiooa made by tot senator Agree with him on tightening security M I .
I on the American people war the posslbUUes of Ida lotting Prayers should be restored In schools ', af Austin said the' general response q
the United States Into war and his opposing till United Na- Goldwater wants to curb extremist groups 11, to the'campaJan to encouraging BRUNCH with
i bona havo eased since the -s comer and early fall, Welfare and relief make peopiliuJ' ', 60 and that the next report .
'\ This considerable progress registered by senator Ooldwa- ederalwlpower on.trimming. ; j .,, .- .meeting will be held at ':
:. ter In his campaign, however has, set yet neutrallied the t ..., N noon Wednesday, Nov. 4, at the'
,' Goldwater would do tetter Job .deattnjwith ," Holiday Ira Restaurant. ,. HAYDON: BURNSDemocratic
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still meets with pubHo disapproval "'*",' i For .. ,Gubernatorial Nomintt
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rBjr' tacos on Medicare ?w Johnson on the south side .ofcourthouse j _,
Arguments against seam to Think: Goldwater would Mart war with '"
r* I be* 1-that it to not desirableto Cuba tf square In Gainesville Bryan Lounge Fla. UnionU :
la Staff Writer at I p.m. Saturday. .
have special rules under the Disagree with .
Goldwater on cutting
The cost of maintaining and Cain who served in the Senate
state constitution governing different Supremo Court of r Cempus .
operating school systems keeps powers 61 from Washington and now r:;: :
counties, *-lt to unfairto Think Goldwater
opposes Social Security M ....
:.- g lives In Miami, to the state p4. t
Different counties have turnedto expect a man whose house la Think Goldwater would drop,A-bomb in Asia 87 chairman for CoP.J. *"' ,
assessed at $1,000 to
different kinds of tax reformto
much at a man whoso house to
find" the. money "to" pay the pegged at 17,000the amount It's Tanzania

cost of extra money to be raised to
For example, Alachua County very mull anyway, only about DAR ES SALAAM Tangany t e THIS 9-PICCE
baa turned to Increased assessments ..apo hi Sarasota County. ika (AP The United Republic

to rats money) for Many tax experts believe the of Tanganyika and Zaasfbar l.' WESTBEND I "'.. .
the schools homestead baa a new and shorter .
exemption to too Bane.President
counties hare tried ,k =
Other great a burden for a healthy Julia NJwwtIIIIIOIIIICed TEFLON =
tax rates. : I
higher to system to bur forever. after a Cabinet Ii '
A unique approach la being =x' COOKWARE.
Many believe reform must meeting Thursday his country i
tried. Sarasota .
County. omo,and view the question as to now officially "the United Republic .
If.voters approve I constitutional 'simply this Is Sarasota Coun of Tanzania" -Tanxanla
amendment number U ty's plan the right beginning I for short I
on the, voting machIDI'&hi M
homestead exemption would be '
shifted to apply from .... to r FIos (

17,000 Instead of to ,the first
$5,000 of assessed valuation.
Sarasota voters already ? -t ,
have approved the plan. .
The first $2000 sailed H '

against all hornet would. be
taxed, and all over $7,000.
Most constitutional I m I' d- ,w: :: -ii.;
menu affecting only one aunty '
raise little Interest la other Ii
But the Sarasota Plan hag the CARRY. IT AWAY .

school attention officials of taxpayers all over rand, the TODAY! \it :. ,.. A :

state, Whit works m Sarasota

County If it works may. be ,WESTINGHOUSE '
used In other counties. $25fo$600
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1 why we now need the technologists I !
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.. .... .it the ingenuity with which
I" ass technicians deceive us. I Cook & Heat Water
';Mo wonder we have become Low Cost _
:O Sou $ork U>!mri es to help the act along Nowadays ,' exhibition In football technology end and 10 speeches day from (lie world greatest consumers ,
they are becoming the I,between two mammoth organisations politicians. FR 6-5110 .w
WASHINGTON -Th. dim of of wax bananas and. plastic I
And what are the I
"My fair Lady" illustrates another Teen-age crooning Is a case, crowds applauding The vast"teams" 1 1I _Individual human! capacity t tc I "'trpssnthemums.: -- ''' I
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of the triumph .
which to M
Even our daughters who swoon run np esports
technology Jt is giving ns more over those furred "':lols" a I at some colleges? Or the .
and pore to cheer but makingit rey technological skill of the coach-:, !I
smart enough to know that SHOPPING
harder and harder to know who fuse downs of Some 'PeaYou've Are
can't sing "Dardanella" in the: es special iple Only AgainstBUT
A what.we are cheering.for bathtub without their e c c ho I ized talents Into a graceful display ,OPEN 7 to 11 EVERYDAY!
.. tbVmovie, Eliza Ooolittle chambers and tape splicers of football arts? I
Is spoken by Audrey H s pbura,: Situation comedy on television L Politics Is another problem.' HEW LOV'RICES
but when Miss Hepburn parts has thrived for years o n The lips are the lips of Barry
her'lovely lips to sing the'voice:"canned" laughter grafted t o I Goldwater, but the words are i GAINESVILLE STORES
that emerges is the voice of a I gaglines by technicians using iften the words of Karl Hess,i
singer named Marnl Nixon. records of guffawing audiences his ghostwriter. Are we howling' 1214 NW I(Ik A.... 1021 SI 4,h A...
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This is called: dubbing.The film that have been dead for years. for Goldwater, or for Hess For Univ. Ave.
something 210 NW "ik St. 420J NW ISM ." ..
is widely! applauded.The But technology's takeover Is not President Johnson, or for one, i got 4105 NW llrit St. '
question that comes t o'confined to entertainment It of his cadre of spooks? I AUCHUAi CwuwtitSt. .441
'I mind is; what are the critics has completely destroyed what HIGH S'RIH&St' ..*At*. ..W.M.I.
;' applauding for Miss Hepburn's used to be called football. It may be that we don't care' WIUISTONt 710 fc ... I. A...
:; luminous camera presence* Or Football is no longer a sport much, as long as the need t o
'..,' Miss Nixon way with a lOng' for contending "elevens" a bowl, cheer, swoon, laugh This and demand toRESPONSIBLE be for. ALL IRANDS King Sise -
p) Neither; surely It makes no lead.lino word that has passed applaud has are become gratified.more than 1' : Filters Regulars
))1 sense tout through a musical out of use but I scientifically ,
.cheering leading lady who. is orchestrated mass beef ballet:normal human performers can, ;,
satisfy We want box o ft I Ice
; not singing and a singer who Is The coach Is now a master: In'' CIGARETTESI
\} smash and glorious
soprano and
v invisible football technician with. I ,staff I EXPERIENCED Democratic leaders
a single film, two swoons a'
it The answer Is that the a of specialists. .
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week from the Juke box 30': who stand
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to the technicians' Their
plause belongs goal perfection. For
laughs a night from television,
,' who have merged Miss this purpose they command exquisitely to gridiron thrills every week I CROWIN S: PROSPERITY and STAIILITY,
Nixon's voice and Miss H.p trained platoons of, Carton $269GOLDEN
burn's gestures into a single specialists who shuttle on and who have made us '
p performance. Dubbing technology off field to insure that each c Earl C. May t

has reached a stage whereit play will be executed by the' ..,'"...... STRONGER and brought us CLOSER TO PEACE,
can manufacture complete most specialized experts avail' Th. Equitable Life Auuranc
artists out of bits- and .pieces able. Society of mt United States and vho are pledged work for a
Soon we will ;doubtless see HUM Office New.,*.., N.T.
Hamlet gesticulated by Rock The country loves it, but It' FR 2-3516 Democratic program of RIPEBANANAS ,
!Isn't football it's I competitive I
Hudson in the voice of Sir
OPPFUL John Gielgud and, ,someday
.perhaps, have Lyndon Johnson "NOVEMBER VOTE-ITS SIGNIFICANCE" I EMPLOYMENT for all,"*" [
address us In the voice of Rich- I I10c
10:45 A.M. SUNDAY NOV. lit '
ard Burton. our elderly, ,
There is something unsound, EVENING 7:00 P.M. .' 'a
here. It arises from public clamor -: The,Truth. About The Assassination' and 1 ".
for superhuman excellence
in Its performers Julie Andrews .I In I
who both spoke and sang f UNIVERSITY
Eliza on Broadway, was rejected I FULL HALF QUART
for the film on grounds BAPTIST CHURCH
:P that we will pay more to see el I '., ... TOPPCOLA
box office "name" like Miss, I628 NW 6th ST. 'r. VoteElect DemocraticESIDENT

,, Hepburn, even though she has' t ?gd"Standing'
; taping in I rented soprano. I '
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new In films.,They are as old The Absolute- ,Authority. Of The PR JOHNSON
as Btng Crosby's toupee and Blbl;." rMissionary
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War Boom in Hollywood "\. t," ,

O New fork (Wine* lade of war movies for release camps (''Kin, Rat") and par 1I'OClII&le today It must be I
the next or eo troopers ("The Day and th najor attraction all
DANCING By,PETER BART during year over the .....
films that will probe virtually Hour"); about naval engAge orW. "World War II Is the .r. if.
University Inn COCKTAILS'' HOLLYWOOD, Calif. -Judg, every aspect of war and com masts ("In Harm's Way") an entraf international eiperten- .
from '' "
mg :the production plans battlefield combat (."The Bat .e of our times," be olrves ,!
of Hollywood' studios, moviegoers batThere will be pictures about tie of the Bulge"). :* .. "It Is a box office "

may soon find themselves heroes ("Von B 1a n'. Ex .Ai last count 'II m ov I e a Jwme around the world."
I suffering acute battle press"), and about cowards about World War U were either "The Longest Day," Darryl
fatigue. The studios, It seems, "(The Americanization of Em- in production, about to en ?. Zanuck's account of the I).
"Bergman at his most are reading a formidable fusil-ily"); about prisoners of. war tern production or had j Jus I Day invasion: has taken in |31nlllion Y., ,
been completed. About a dozer a vivid demonstration A.
powerful! A nxuilfrankness others are in the advance plan (of this fact
ning stage And far from relenting Some of the new movies that blazes / the studios are marching tit unusually probing look st

I ahead with still other mill. the moral Implications of war ,
anew trait Wonderful,' DINING AND ENTERTAINMENT lary projects. In "The Americanization of =
TIMe Chot Iser.. AMI I........ L.s. .. Emily," Paddy
The military trend is readily Chayefsky has
shuddering + Willi s.w" + ffootIMllIJl
manel written brilliant
visible to any studio visitor a study of a
these days The studio commissaries man who believes valor it cowardice -
performances normally awash and ""-PfewvaUon is
"' wwwNM.rb+ (' with cowboys and Indians, are the higher morality
_..... In "King Rat" .
oJANue LMe suddenly filled with actors In writer producer
IN MAA IIA MAN'8 Wi'U IAV THAT. THII ONe, DSMANDI ,>- .,. army fatigues and Nazi uniornu. !- Bryan Forbes is concerned -

TICATION /NOMT THUNVIUWN. ... Two ihidlos.. Colum b laPicture. with the morality of survival -
lUll THRU SHUDRIVEIN. and 20th Century-Fox. ". evidenced by the' con-
I elli ,Iii.II /., !have built massive prison filet between prisoners of warn
I camps to serve as the sets for the dismal Changl jail in
"King Rat" and Von Ryan' Singapore. "King Rat" turns
iXpress." out to be an American corporal .-... ....
Hollywood producers, who whose stealth as a black market -
always have an answer for trader and card shark ..
SUBURBIA I every question, have an abun- keeps him fat and prosperous
THEATRE dance of theories about the while his prison-mates are dy. 466O
IIi themes. 111I of disease and malnutrition
Curiously, however,
SHOWTIME 7:00 Today's teen-agers are fascinated 'Kteg mt"
by World War II and emerge at hnmeiueh/ sym
ALFRED HITCHCOCK'SSu.p.n..lul It. sgerly tee any war movie, pathetic character 'rather than
sn archvilllan.
::1' of
Saul David producer
f' claims
Six Mystery/. .'It,., "Von Ryan'i Express" which The It proliferation of war movs -
J' stars Frank Sinatra as an on
the TV
screen. Such
American colonel who leads a aeries as
.For care-free
Broadside, "No Time For dining pteasu
muiNir.TIPPI'HEDRENSEANCONNERY ; prison camp escape. "Even Sergeants" and "Comer and the best in seafood and
':{ '- I the girls love war. To the teenager AMC.," an 'dwell Pyle- chicken, let us sent you a
.... 1 \. i' Hitler is rapidly emerging on war
,t. >> af a sort of romantic archfeud settings, and Own are. lots "BANQUET IN A BOX".
more In the works. .
a modern-day Genghis MetroSoldwyn. 3 3
Mayer is preparing a pilot .
..NLDIANE BAKER wem-nmr Khan. 01"Campo 44,".about an Italian
This .phenomenon Is even .....
concentration and 55,5. 1311I It. J FR 2.1311
books, said camp thus
true of paperback
2nd ,..attireTo Hollywood's third
David, until recently the ecUtorfal prison camp
director of Bantam Some producers believe the
Books. "Any paperback with a present cycle may last for two
kill aR"oogCinbird would or three years. "Most of these
a swastika on the co ver
"Goes* Western surely hive a big sale to teenagers Pictures are about World War
{ lPPECK ," he said n, notes one, "and there are
many ether wart to "
.r_ Actress Jane Fonda, daughter of actor Henry Milton Sperling a co-produc"
Fonda, gets some tips en-how to handle a six shooter er of"The Battle of the Bulge, .
SATURDAY ONLY from veteran actor Lea Marvin during a break to which Warner Brothers will iw
7Me Astounoeso cosy or as ATOUNmNS NLLITAetr the filming of the movie "Cat Ballon" In Hollywood.It's make for about ".5 million, y Wonderful >

PLOT TOWW OVM THEM owno $STATUI Jane's first western, and Marvin Is her co-star. notes that if a film Is to be '. v. ... ,FOOD,

The Kid' Jackie Coogan .. Delightful DRINKSBeautiful

t .yr.rBir At:.50',Is a .Limns Legend -

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Eiitsslsttte d DECOR
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? HOLLYWOOD (AP.). -"Is I JackieCollis at chs hail
;rut stasis TMIIM awe nuumunlt I Kid" to SO., century mark Is a thoroughly Courteous .
There to still I touch of boy. alive..Je..At 16 months he
ishness in his lace, though IW made.his movie debut in a film AND RACING 'O'IN SERVICE
k EI81NICPi ROlill_. head Is slick ai a casaba starring Bryant Washburn in ''I N AM.m Ita mBIOODU ,t.._1..11I. "
( THE D CARETAKER! caused' partly by lit, partly], Chicago.: At 2 ha toddled onstage Lto.....sill ore.yours
television vaudeville I .
shaved for a series during hit father's r.
3rd FEATURE His outlook it youthful as aver.. act and'so convulsed the audience -
ROSALINO thai ha became part.. of -
r. At. he was playing in the GENERAL STEAKROOM
NATALIE Coogan act In Los Angeles when '
; WOOD KARL MAIDEN I \ ","--ff" ,: Charlie Chaplin happened to be 1900 S.W. lift Street For Reservatfens Miont FR !-_'_-::
..........' In the audience. Jackie: seemed
( to be Just the right boy for a
movie the comedian bad been .. -
AlfifSVILLEaMIVtMff planning, "The Kid." Jackie's
4 HORROR HITS w face' cap askew, eyes furtively
This Weekend Plan To Attend The Of .I-
0.M "!lSUwwTiOO THIATHf searching for the cop on the Opening ,
Leh Ai aH1
= beat became famous the world
. i 2400 Hmtiont Rood Rt.20''!tOIle FR -5011 over. '

:: FREE'Hell O-Wean T. The Kiddies. EXCLUSIVE FIRST. AREA SHOWING Uncle On a Fester day off in "The from Addams playing UNITED LIQUORSLAMPLIGHTER .
COME EARLY! SEE ALL Family" television series,
: While They..... SPIN rackia' relaxed. in his modest
fi TINGLING HITS! forth Hollywood !homo and
AT 1a0 talked about hit birthday this I ;LO' NG
week and other matters.

4. 1 I "I didn't have a party or anything I -

COOL!THEY I like that." be said. "I North Main at N.W. 10th Ave. ::
dropped by CBS to chat with ,
STOP THEMYSTIC I Red Skelton. Then I came home A epsnt.cnseriaTua1S : iG

CUT and had a quiet dinner with my .. -4
e: ,,,,, TA 1511 wltot wife and daughter, who is It es in. lnesvllle'. Newest, Most !

.TUTttUILON TleNtlt MMte jjs1liNewit IL My wife cooked a duckI had lilt, IrtS. 7J2. tilt Beautiful Cocktail Bar '- : .

_. .E W .e ra asraaE rem ttgr tTal shot at the epening of season and Lounge ..-
and ire had a cake.". ,
Jackie wu the first gnat ': FLORIDAWANTED OVAL BAR .. "'*'- ""

child star of films, and he set S PRIVATEPAKTY _'l% / ':
the patters for those to follow.
"We pioneered commercial L
Ueup market"bo recalled. ADDED -

"At one time my name was on ATTRACTION .
M or N different Items, from I "Winders ef
r dells ta pencil boxes Peck and Mimi Beech" HNGWNGEparer
Peck paid us $108,000 per year IN COUll
to put out a Jackie Coogan line NARRATED JESSE IVGEORGI
of clothes. Minions and millions

of caps were sold. ,', r'

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the Two best new dancer.: I, ( ( I

en: Mrs. Martha 1
>" JTh, : Community lin and Mrs. '
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trie Reporter. '
News items for,this 1 pa ge should be directed to Be n F. CMlds, Colored News The next I 1
ditor, by.: mail at 528 Nli (V 8th St. or br phone at FR 6-5751 Do not and day. Nov 4, In I a
;.:Items, directly I to the Sun i I office.ixtnti room. We are home -
,. .. Puns." tmnw ...... ....11.,'. will lit taunt .n ''. L involved to be I an-
1CLUB:. 'PLANS MEETING Baptist, Church win meet at the! Miss Barbara Watson' reporter. time at 7:30: *
'The Deacons and Ushers. Chit I home of Mrs. Miley Keaton,, The PTA will suit,
.jtf The'.Shady. Grove Primitive, Sunday at S p.m. ROCKELLB NEWS Nov. I. All cor
.... trav
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: : During the I Interesting
I meeting an Card el Thanks to be present
topic will be discuss
The Rev. James Cato, friend.
ed. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, report. pastor F. E. Wekh present
of the Third Bethel BaptistChurch C.
er. wishes to thank all. nual Conference of
members and friends of the and Supervisors I Rich
H. Kinsey, pastor, and I community for their cooperation of the Education In I : D
In the 14th
his congregation from the Mt anniversary of 23. >> of
Oct. B
r the pastor and also 72nd anniversary Mrs.
'Y I
Olive Primitive Baptist Church
The theme :
of the church
aglW.. conducted a Joint service.at the recentlyheld. for Optimum i aunt
Ward Chapel A.M.J: Church atMlcanopy I Mr.
Mrs.I I meat" He ;
0/O/iIt The report Is as follows:
yesterday at I p.m. meeting was of St.
Utile Bell HaD WOO; Mrs
and was successful. Eva Presley, $33.N Rev. James and educational. I : Deque-
The attendance was good :
Cato $22.00 and Deacon Eddie each person and
:: Scott, $1'.00; total, ...M. Oth--in education for I. ..
I Vi Ct. of DIAMONDS I er members and friends report. ahead. I
ed small amounts. Rev. James i
IIoIIlIolra Bridal wet Pond.1I1 Cato, pastor. .I
== Ia 16/t white or ).Uow.sold.s =: ALACRUA NEWS I

HIGH SPRINGS NEWS There HaDtweea will be a ,
i'; 9900 armx clhtSI Douglass Elementary Carnival at the
Dots and Dailies in Christ here on I; l
-= Au't. Cold Cuts The first grade parents met
J ::=t : wwy d., t and Chase Cut Wednesday Oct. H, to discuss p.m.The public: is
-" w.a. to d ro Order' Ales a : : '
aA.yI... their pupils' progress, sign log
McY Owrw..e to """ y. Salods
C-"" "' ./.._ Varl.To1y ouor 'report cards and ways to raise JOINT SERVICEThe
funds for the year. Rev. A. I
I A "Jazz session" will be sponsored Rev. Lonza Lewis
by the group Friday, Nov. Joint service at
6, at 7:30: p.m. In the auditor Holiness Church
ium. The price .Is 10 cents for, Ave.. Sunday at 3
CW .elementary itudenti IS cents! Following the $ ,
win be served.
The public Is :
00. Sam Bannister, ;
LafteV 2 Diamond 1ORUfM Bessie Taylor,
M .anew NId. *& 5 There will be a
,.* test at the J
E S. Church on NE.: l
28 :
Sunday at I p.m. 1 I
The following

Singers the program.and the ;

SPECIALSPin BTpublle of b ; : i

Sam Bannister
Rebecca Jordan, !


Wale Corduroy The following
at their homes: .
gYOUR CHOICI.Gruen, Eady and Lanle
42 inches wide All FromReeutar The members of I
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=*W.,.=>Mr.. IT I.jo w.i llwckH 100% Cotton YARD well Baptist : I
.. RIO. $1.91
n N' *&' I'MIH to visit them
g ,I.n henA taMwt .>nr M == : I
Wide Selection
don, reporter.
= ",1" == i of.

g'2'::::=. ',.700. .:::3== Colors U.S.A. Made 6 6 C NOTICE Mt. Zion Temple- : I I,:! I

-- Completely, Washable Yd. and fellowship ; t
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j : ,. Color Sunday. Rev. E. ,
tee" ; Wids vHAND 1
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-- 'l Rev. W. J. Taylor ,
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PRINTS 4S.nch| ,. Wde
--- Zion Temple A. l
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100%) 2.plvoym! Church Sunday at : | I :
anyNecUare SAMARAS
I W. L. Souder, I
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e 36-lncta' Widt Touts art tOne NOTICE '
i- CM..MM** A. tJ 100%) Cotton FMhion Look The United I :
e Stltctlon of I Campaign of
FREE ., :
:i val. Ie nooo ',ids REGULAR :
84cfo$4.88.Our '. 'Imported from Japon $1.91 l YARD '
I Completely Wathobl I /
C Dyed to. Match Solids
little' or No ,Iran !
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Claim College


Courses Poor

Committee for Economic Devel- IMPORTANT N"OTICEFOR'
opment ,says the nations 600
colleges and universities offerIng -

overhaul business their programs courses to should give EVERY VOTER!

JI.. education.future businessmen 'a .broader

The committee, a nonprofit, ..
f f nonpolitical 'group ,of.200 businessmen
'i and educators, said In
..).t; a report issued Thursday'There :
i: is a danger that American -
.r:. education Is becoming' a
f:' (routine process, capable of I '
dE producing reasonably" efficient 1 :
,' technicians and specialists, but < "

'I" GHS Homecoming Beauties not nearly people good with enough the at depth developing -, ; ,

Linda Edwards (center) was crowned Homecoming Queen for 1964. at drive, imagination, creativityand "-" I
'\ Gainesville High School. Runnen-np were (from left) Cam Goethe Helen character that our society '
t J Powell, Pam Douglas and Kim PofahU Homecoming at GHS was Jut weekend.. most requires .
d" (Photo courtesy of GHS) REAGAN

; Sun Want Ads '"

County's Negro Voters :' I" '
Get Results 'oil.
I.f :t vj%I '
\ rt UH!"1\.: < "
Swiftly Growing ForceBy m '" ,

"mr :: .
'"' t "! "anti as he gives
NORM LiCOE tlon of 32,IK a record number Seven other precincts exceed .
,SUB Staff Writer of eligible voters. 'or approach one third Negro ,
The gain In Negro registration registration In the county, and tli I '
One striking fact'emerges has been almost entirelyin lie In every section of the coun ,
from a study of registration the Democratic
party-whlch ,
patterns for the important Nov. increased form ty.Negro prlsiumneebsy- :
J.788 Negroes
voting strength ,
3 general election: The Negro apparently THE BEST REVIEW
voter In Alachua County holds registered eight years ago t o already has been felt. famous low rites : '
considerable election 1027 today. In last May primary elec and top u* ,
power. In the Republican Party the tions, l' "
City Commissioner Byron
Contact nitodrjl
For who eligible
every Negro was '
to vote Adlal for Stevenson Dwight Eisenhower j number actually of has registered declined, Negroes from margin Winn won of by victory only would 48 votes.have His 117 N.I. ; :': ,
or n MS In 'it to 353 this year. been greater, had several Negro : 'OF THE ISSUES ,
ttq1 ,
KM, two Negroes are qualifiedto lott, A,.. VI '
Another 31 non white voters .
vote now.Further precincts not been against .' If ." .. .. ,
man for man, adult fan into the Independent voter him., PhoneFRanklin h',
for adult, Claude Brandon won reelection t :
Negro voting regis- The Increase In Negto registration I
tration is that for to the county commission '
Is reflected in another O'F 'THISPRESIDENTIAL
in the
white residents of the county. fact. runoff even though he 2-0444
Roughly figured, Negroesmake ',failed to carry precinct 13,
Since I9M, total rell.tratlonhu
where Is the greatest concentration
up 2f per cent of the t
by 5,7M eligible
at this time, and now hold of none-white voting power. Ralph ,Turlington
voters Of these
new voters, Brandon conceded after his victory -
cent of voting
per power. wen half 87 of
over -
every it was the hardest Pistols CAMPAIGN
White cam
residents, 74
county .
100 are registered as non '
of his TATI
paign career.tTomorr.w FARM
cent of the population, hold 81
per, cent of the voting power. white.Another 171 are' Republican, ( took,)The. sew: ReIwbUean :.:=:=-.:=- a
Negroes are 20 of every 100 r ,1
over figures eight ,
yean ago
registered Democrats, and It and 414 more voters have Join I "
per. cent of all voters. ed the ranks of the independ f
In KM, Alachua County showed FUEL COSTS ore LESS ,
3,153 Negroes registered to ents.White Democrats, who makeup ,' ., ; ,, '
vote, out of a total registration Heat'Output is More "
two thirds the total
t voting
that have far been
of 27,098 power gained only 1,112, or 20 ,so presented. I

In pure numbers going I Into per cent of new recruits, I in with the NEW EVEN-HEATER ,
the Lyndon Johnson Barry registration compared with\ His tank will"clarify the situation so I
Coldwater contest this "year, 1964. Their registration now by KRESKY .
more than twice as many are totals 21,151 .for the j coming Wall I "
to wall warmth at whic,4f1er
eligible Some. to 1,411 vote as Negroes in ""M',are ;lection.,In I960,14,1: persons were I I :thru floor"the' level house circulated banishes that, : way you. vote, you '.

qualified, out of a total reglstra- registered for the general eleo.. '
drafts and ,
tlon,'well below the record registration chilly com.rs.brIngs will know what to if :
I expect
f of ... lI..i health Or comfort yourcandidate .
}, the 'family, eco-, '
:CanadiansDebate Eight years ago In only one nrrVteally' '
precinct did Negroes hold more controled automatically is elected. .
than one third of the registered '
Flag voting strength in old precinct i .
13 in Gainesville. Some 214 of % .; $ ,

OTTAWA (AP) The Canadian -bog Today voters the were picture non-white Is drasti- Like Having, A i, "
government his a new ,"MAGIC C R'IT"
cally changed
J proposal for a flag design but I II
Precinct 13 now Is almost Of Mellow Warmth. '
.apparently It will not end the

drawn-out A member debate committee on the Issue. voting two-thirds strength Negro, 1,340 In registered of 2026 Sea the KRESKY Lint ofJIM"H"v 'II
-emmended to the House of Commons voters, and Is the third largest "? I YOU :CANT AFFORD 'II
:: precinct In the county. The precinct
Thursday that the
new Includes northeast Gainesville ,
'..design be a single,red maple iES '
I leaf on a white ground with a Precinct' 21', Including south-
"red bar at each side. It would
southeast Gainesville, lacks
replace the red ensign with the MiSJtHIS"BRDADCASTI!
.only five names of being half ;
,I ..British.lefthand Union Jack In the upper. Negro In registration; It Is MO t19 N.W. 8th Ave.., 'Phon. 372.5303 : :
corner. of ,
I "
'"* voters. .
Prime Minister Lester BPearson's '

', Liberal government I I' ; ,. II IIf
Is seeking a nag devoid of the : .
,British symbol to help promote TOYLAND, IS OPEN ,AT GOODYEAR!f fAT ,
,allegiance from separatist sympathizers I
In French-speaking tt a ""l "
'IIr -
.Quebec Province. f 't: This is that'
The all.party flag committeewas ": f ialk! so important it will 1
formed after a B-day debate
during which the Liberal be given I
governments proposal for a i i.i
f.' three-leaf emblem became .i I
'deadlocked In Commons I
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Plans .DAY.7 ,P.M. i

I _New Service logoff '

'type_ A service provocative with participation discussion- : Ftrotf.P30--Radio; station' WGGG, 1230 KG.i !

:from the audience will be the
feature of the November early FRIDAY & SATURDAY This W* k Only t 1
morning meetings at the Presbyterian .
University Center 14M .. sJssgSAT.7:15: ,
W. University Ave., beginning
at 1:45 on Sunday. '
'November 1 Is Reformation
Sunday, and this seems an appropriate LAYAW P.M. I

this time for us to begin : -
departure from the traditional

William type G. Neville of service, minister;' said la ____Radio Station WGGG, 1230 On Your Dial I Ii

charge'Though I will kick,off ,the. JUST $1.00 DOWN WIlLJfolD YOUR SlUCTtO* err no.;;l' L :' ,'. 111

ducuwion or questions with a few it wul states eon* t .tuti T L II

sist mainly of responses from SILICT GROUP I
.the audience." EXTRAJSPECIAL 7

be Prof.in charge Jack S.of Funhauter music. will TOYS Girl's or lo/i 26" Wheel .U'N. 2 P.M. IiI J''T '

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Fr1dey. October r.10.' 1964 Galntivilta, Sun II. :

J Engagement Bussard-Gilchrist Announced f5A oioiimi 0 1 E MI THE, { BUHLS Y Yluth 11= White-Stanley I 1. ; I

ARCHER Mr. ind Mrt.
$J 'Mn:;and Mrs,. .Carl K.. BusiHflt Lhool and Nancy Taylor Finishing Weimer. w,....''. EditorWoman's Charles Harrison Stanley,of Archer
announce the engagement School She attended the
announce the marriage of
of their daughter Miss Bar- Diversity of Florida. TODAY, October i
Bussara; ; Club fine Arts' their daughter Miss Janet Call
\ bare Ann to William The bridegroom elect was Breakfast for out of townguests Day to Llewellyn Willard
C'Cilchrlst, son,of Mr. and graduated from Bremen Community and bridal party feting
White son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mn.1VJIIam; ] H,GUchrlst. of High School and attended 'Miss Frances Dabney W. White of Gainesville.
QJn Ju. .Broward Junior C o 1-, Jones and Donald Moo re
"M ::::JIW: ; rlde-elect( was grada lege. He Is employed by Radio Giles of Lynchburg V.., The wedding took place October -
a} ftrom'Gainesville High Station WUWU. 11:30: a.m.. Mr. and Mrs- C. 17 at the home of Rev. E.
: The wedding will be an event Cooper Bell of Petersburg, H. Morgan Nahunta Ga. The
November IS at 7 p.m. at Va, grandparents of the bride's mother was present
Grace Presbyterian Church. bride elect, Gainesville Golf
Friends and relatives are Invited -I' and Country Club. The bride wore a dress of
white linen and red accessories.accessories. .
to attend. Wedding of Miss Frances .
Dabney Jones daughter of e.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Rut Mrs. White attended Newberry +t av
) I fin Jones and Donald Moon "iU High School and Mr. WhiteIs : .
Giles, son of Mr. and Mrs. employed by Diamond Construction
4 IQITt William Vernon Giles 'of Co. 'Y
V i
g o1Rr : Lynchburg, Vs, 7 Holy : U
'l\: p.m. The newlyweds have utab- Mrs. Llewellyn WillardW61ts
I Trinity Episcopal Church,
followed 1// lashed a nome in Archer.
"\ -, University by Inn.a reception. at the JUOcft 1h

AN't, Cold Cub Wedding of Miss Loll
end Chew Cut
14 Cfs; of DIAMONDSsuut.triarJlr 1 I b Ord.. Ala e Gayle Fullagar daughter of
Vorll la.Sun Mrs. Evelyn Louise F u 11a- FORLADIES
: at P.ud.nt :: .p Go. 1 t
M 1&walt..e T.llow.e.10, gar of Gainesville and William
.... Fullagar of Rochester, '
I : ..' & Y., and Arthur Manul 1 ; ONLY t

A 990, I Home Jr., son of Mrs Lacy '
Edward: Sean and the late )
(and for smart gift-minded men
Arthur M. Home I p. m.,
di..r r.d.y + der. Chapel of the, University ,\

Want Methodist Church. tRev. ::1

Ads Get Miscellaneous shower complimenting William Shea, guest book reviewer for th.'Galneavtlle Woman's Club 14K i
Miss Judith Bean Wednesday afternoon inapeeta the art'exhibited during "Fine Art Day" program .
'ItesuItsII. ley bride elect of Grover with three ....hen. They art loft to right Bin. Albert C. Edgar chairman -
Ford, I p.m., Mrs. John Hard- of the Book Review Division; Mrs. Nathan L. Smith chairman of the Art GOLD !'r
bon 17M' NW Sixth Street Division and MM. Jean O. Mitchell state art chairman for the Florida Federation
of Women'a Club Daring the afternoon session, a color film depleting fokmlal 7h5 ELGINS ::1
WlllUmsburg was ahown and Mr.Shea reviewed the book Thomaa Jef-
.. tenon" by Arthur Jay Knock. Compare IhtH nctplionola
radio 3 "DiamondORUIH yaluca anywA.r.!

1s ...t.r..w Of WAITHAM..r Grand parents Fete Bridtoh. e /
":.A. "p+'u. ., --- -- -- -- teitfs 17ml| Elgin with 110 gold
SENSATIONAL FABRICSPECIALS Honoring their granddaughter place at 7 pm. In the Holy Tr btw,U tend with cupid: container ftiwmnety band.....OUfntd.a.....with....dtmty.....e.p.nsi.n..ttseaa
28 Mill Frances Dabney ty Episcopal Church Is fcT holding arrangements of roses
J Jones and bar fiance Donald followed by a reception gloom.I and camellias.
Moore Giles of Lynchburg Va. by Mr. and Mrs. E. Raffia Rehearsal Diluter
whose wedding to be solenv Jones, parents of the bride-. Mr. and Mrs William Vernoa
abed tonight, Rev. and Mrs elect: at the University ...... Giles of Lynchburg, Va, entertained
C. Cooper Befl of Petersburg The breakfast was given at with the rehearsal dinner
Va., entertained today with apre the Gainesville Golf and Country Thursday evening to honor
-nptW breakfast.The Club with guests United to their son and his bride-elect.
wedding, which will take members of the bridal party The dinner took place at the
and out of town friends and retativei Gainesville Golf and Country.
Shower .hen for the wedding. Club.
Pin Wale Centering the .bead table Thursday afternoon, the
Corduroy Compliments was an elevated heart of white bridesmaids luncheon was given
YOUR tNOltla'Craton, satin lined with a double rut by Miss Kay Jnopl.o4 Mill eve
II Waltham, Helbrot 42 'Inches wide AU FromRegular Cole fie of pink net An arrow Gene Birdsong, both of w h o m
Stock the heart held an evening will be bridesmaids for Miss .15
a w--- 1 J. d. ateh. E 100% ,Cotton r.lnd Mrs David across 'e
ada..w..11..L.. ... dM4.. ..uses. = ; 110. $1.98 YARD Dortch who were recently primrose' la the head, Jones.
= A h. t. w.y == Wide\ Selection of \ married were complimented while a diagonal arrangement t The luncheon was given at
Bi Colors at a bridal shower given recently across the heart was of room I the home of the bride-to-be.
C at the First Baptist and camellias. 1\
U.S.A.. ModeCompletely
-=; 66 Church of Waldo. The two side tables were Cillo LWML Hears t

,.. W hob!!. Mrs. L. C. Kelley and Miss
} i Color yCaordlnatfd Minnie. Ella Harris greeted Auburn Alum Reports
I. Solids 'a. guests, who were registered by During the Lutheran. Worn-
Mrs. Arthur Stevens. Plan Dinner en's Missionary League meet
i __ The refreshment' table was ing at the First Lutheran
HAND CAVALRY overlaid with a pink and white Church early in the week Mrs.
Open HouseMore 11 .On Elgin" (ham 1UK gold'
SCREENED TWILL nylon tablecloth and centered Adolfo Ramlres presented the I Ofn.m.nl.lly ty! * with a crystal punch bowl encircled than 100 Auburn alumni study topic "The Church ,Id sae et Dill enchanting' bey's Elgin: with' a
PRINTS with fern and coral and friends will attend a buffet God's Spirit-Filled People." c.ystd.,1i'....1.,<'..!Unrf..t.........;"""...V'........
45-lncfcti Wide dinner this evening at the Mrs. Werner the hat a ware eaae 414K gold, plus 1 11
Lauler and Mrs d The" clue dress
Buy any, 0. 100%) 2-ply Rayon vine.Mrs.. Ruth DeSha presented Holiday Inn on the eve of the Clayton Busted reported on the )lied t pr tcltloft _m M end t rllftlOll band....,.,...iw.M
USA. Mod
S PRINTS' Color Coordinated Mrs. David Dortch corsage Annual Florida Auburn toot.ball ninth biennial District LWML NO MONEY DOWN CONVENIENT TEAMS

I In Stock Solldi of pink roses, and Mrs. B. P.Dortcb game.TM Convention they attended at frien,tnaCZ... ................... If.now Masi
s+d s ar 3 -lncht Wide a Tell!. ore the mother of the bridegroom dinner and program. Ml too Roosevelt Hotel In Jacksonville .
r t ww 0 100% Cotton Fashion LookREGULAR a corsage of pink cloys from 7 until I p.m., will be proceeded last weekend. ALE'S
FREE V M< I. $tag a o Wide, Stltetion! of i nt iltiuma. by a social: !hour at I Vita bows were collected j
Prints I p.m. and plans discussed for the annual -
kta$4.88W e 'Imported from Japan .$1.91 YARD Invited speakers for the dinner Prayer Service Tuesday
Completely' WMhaMe include Ralph "Sugar1lerdaa evening, November I, at the 12 I.. UNIVIRSITY AVENUE
o Dyed to Match Solids. Ashen ...... coach,, Quarterly Guild meeting at
.Ultle or No Iron 44 and Jeff Beard. Athletic Director the church LAYAWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS
REGULAR )1>f TOe of the school Serving as' boetMS. during -
.114 $1.59 YAID$1"n. Yd. On Saturday an Open House bbrtmcPnwpdbeet. sea Mm,,Har>-|

for all Auburn Alumni trill behold ...;.
at the Florida Union both
before and after UM ......
: '
i Dr. Ralph Beaachamp antf
HEATING Dr. Charles Harding are eo.

W OtR1ewekr/Devt. .chairmen for UM alumni acO- In Your 'Heart.1'

i tm ml Dig m ..*.l.H. Unm.Uff il iMMqrrm s.r.ws.sal -- "
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I WMKIM. SMWOM a e.ur. '
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i Qtialit\i clock at low | i Do,You Really BelltYt, o.

i Dbeounf prfces.Fti .. Visit Our Store- ECONOMICAL ,, -out government should borrow $11 l billion from
CLIAN.IURNINOf Events the taxpayers, then give it away as a tax reduction,
SHOP OUR BEAUTIFUL ... i and then Increase government expenditure*?

........ TODAY. Oetebsr Hi\ -THe government should allocate large turns her.M
i=ExpatutoKtMcdettTO 1- ..........., A s b a ra Atari Chub when the meet tiles con he VM?
FIT MOiT WATCHES ;fall aitd WiWCog at- dinner 7 p..... ireceededby -Wi ihould trods with the enemy despite Its world.U

IN WHITE I'IUQW,5 ,,* *... M'NaftideR ,",let aodal hour a! I p. n, wide oggrtMiona
Holiday ton. 'Y and n.ce.tory1
GOLD SMALL -Jlppsas.rrt.rtt expedient
.. 99eUGHTER j A .DEPOSIT Annual Jaycee Halloweea -Our'government" should minimize, the Communist
,,. CALL-. Costume Ball I s.m. until 1 control of Cuba
WILL ,LAY-AWAY YOUR a.m.. American Legion Hall
be remedied by tow
-Racial/ discrimination eon
372-3383 Music by -naming Tempos" 'I

CHOICE FOR CHRISTMAS subtle.GataesvUIe of. Orlando. Open to the or 00 Do You Believe

Wind pioof .. ... .. ...- ..-...... Gi..E.DnIsJr. aHeirday Bridge 1& dub, I A _' --In equal rlghM and also equal responsibilities?
HUMIU ON I> Anbira Aknnnl Cub 1k j.W..ore In danger of havinG; on economy dominated

SIMVALUC o E ( FI'o.4Ii-R-, lEftNIMt CO.UUCriAMT. dhsnvvTfm, prtecedsdby {. by a eenfroliied ijoverment-'he forerunner of
56c axial how. at I p B., state socialism
.r. ....., fan.UTUUMY I, ,-In no special privilege" ; whether 'In the form of
216 W. ,UNIVERSITY AVE. Oeeaber It I lobor-un.on' power, or monopolistic' practices by
205 N.L 3Jr ST. Gamma Chi Chapter Beta busmen? '
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Ft Sterna .... Rummage Sate < I Maintaining a solvent government and paying offgovernment
am. ACL Let __, band that art worth the some os when
- - - - - I they were bought?

rI esG ,"TM I.....**.died li WI..<.>te five yeo pegs
Ifs_ COUCH'S For ZENITH ,I .Me* to M| ...e.la .. leis It e4. eirejT.Sesi. .

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?, Gainesville Sun Friday October 30, It64I
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Committee for Economic Devel- IMPORTANT NOTICE
opment says the ,nations 600
colleges'and universities offerlag I sib +
business courses should '
overhaul their programs to give FOR EVERY' VOTER!
6t future businessmen a broader.

The committee, a nonprofit,)
nonpolitical group of 200 businessmen -
and educators, said lull
I a report Issued Thursday:
"There is s danger that American
i I education Is becoming all 1 '

[routine[ process, capable of
}{ producing 'reasonably efficient: HEAR RONALD:
I technicians and specialists but
: .GHS Homecoming Beauties not nearly good enough at developing -
people with the depth,
i Linda Edwards (center) was crowned Homecoming Queen for 1964 at drive, imagination, creativity ,. "
,I Ctlnesvllls High School. Runnera-up were (from left) Cam Goethe, Helen and character that our society J "
Powell, Pam Douglas and Kim PofahL Homecoming at GHS was last weekend. most requires." ., :
w (Photo courtesy of GHS) ;: REAGAN
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I i.i County's Negro Voters I Sun Get Want Remltl" .Adi. $'....' j 'H., ; .. .....

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: Swiftly Growing Force. +i : : he : C '

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4.i of record number Seven other precincts exceed > eves ,
By NORM LaCOE: tlon 32.SK s .. .i ; ,_ .
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Son Staff Writer of eligible voters. Gr approach one third Negro : _
The gain In Negro registration I registration In the county, and
One striking fact emerges has been almost entirely lie In every.section of the county '
from a study of registration In the Democratic party-which : : /
I patterns for the Important Nov. Increased from 2,781 Negroes Negro voting strength' apparently +- + .>.rolt6rtatlaY-. i :: THE BEST REVIEW
I general election: The Negro registered eight years ago t o I already has been felt. fart me low rats' .
'voter In Alachua County holds ,027 today. In last May's ,primary elec- indtopurvtcv:.. '> .
considerable election power. In the Republican Party, the I lions, City Commissioner Byron Contact me today!, ; n'tcrnuR' ..ytnc;,, L ,
For every Negro who was eligible number of registered Negroes 1 Wlnll won by only 41 votes. His "I. :1Z'.:,.r,' I" .
to vote for Dwight Elsen- actually has declined, from argln of victory would have 117 N.I. 1""" :
bower or Adlai Stevenson la 3(3 In 'M to 353 this year. I Men greater, had several NeIra OF
1956, two Negroes are qualified Another 31 non white votersfall I precincts! not been against 16th, Avs.FRonklin., :

4o Further vote now., man for man, adult column.Into the Independent voter I I 1m.Claude.. Brandon re-elec-i I. 'lieee 1. 1)QbnD1 i t'; > n ....... > -.* .

for adult, Negro voting registration The Increase in Negro registration I Jon to the county won commission : '
Is approaching that for. la reflected in another I n the run-off'even though hefailed 2-0444 OF. THISPRESIDENTIAL
white residents of the county.Roughly fact. I' to :
carry precinct 13, ,
figured, Negroes Since UN, total registrations where la the greatest concentration .J i I
.make lp 21 per cent of the pour Increased,by 8,780 eligible I Ivoterl. : '
Mace at this time,dad now hold Of these new voters, I
U per cent of voting power. weD over half 57 91 every t tory CAMPAIGN II!
White r residents, 74 percent .
cotin 100 are" registered n non I Iwblte. ljlft
hold 11 I .
of the population .
IADoIbef i
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Pacts (; ill! (I .
per cent of the voting power. tTI are Republican, :I
Negroes are 20 of every 100 over figures eight yean ago, '
registered Democrats, and,. U and 414 mere. voters hate joined -
per cent of all voters.In the ranks of the IDdtpend.Inll. : J II I
1951, Alachua County showed -o

; 3.1J3, out Negroes of a total registered regulation toVote White two .Democrats thirds the,total who voting makeup Heat .Output ;is More I.:.''that have :so far been presented. II

of 27,011.. power;gained only 1,111, or 20
Id numbers going Into per cent of new recruits, InglstraUon with the NEW EVENHEATERby
pun compared with His'. talk will clarify the situation
:.Goldwater the Lyndon contest Johnson this Barry year, ... Then registration now KRESKY ,. \ : so
totals IS,_ 'for the .a
JUSTS than twin aa many are coming Wall to wall warmth at
election.", that which ever you
r *Ulble to vote as In 'M. floor level, circulated way you vote,
; Some 1,411 Negroes are, In 1IM, 24,121 persons were thru the house banishes, ft f,,'* 'tf -** *
i if. ) 7f1ti rk
,:qualified, out of a total reglatra- registered for the general election drafts and'chilly corners, srvll 1' 4 to 1C+ "it '- =
nil below the record taoW'Wne t
regIstraUoa > health fir.comfort expect yourcandidate
f of UM. II I to brings all the. family, economically .t' *" j-"v. V : 10'tt..vf. #f4'J''' "t ..,.'.
.CanadiansDebate Bight years ago, In only one automatically ..
s precinct did Negroes hold more is ,elected. '
than one third of the registered ) \ .z_
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voting strength\ In old precinct ; t. I" I''
Flag 13 In Gainesville Some 214 ofI i t ', .,'.It'. ,; .. ,L. c., .. .(. ,
101 I voters were non-white. fit.; ""'fA.ft '
OTTAWA (AP) The Canadian Today the picture Is drastl- Like Hsvbifl A 4
government has a new ,rally changed "MAGIC CAftPIT"
proposal for a flag design but Precinct 13 now Is almost Of Mellow Warmth. ..
It will end the '
apparently not
two-thirds Negro In registered
drawn-out debate on the Issue. voting strength, 1,340 of 2,026 I See the KRESKY Ln! of I III)
A 13-inember committee recommended voters,'and Is the third largest YOU CANT AFFORD
to the House of Commons precinct In the county. The precinct Heating Equlpm.nt'ot
Thursday that the new Includes northeast Gaines 1"1
design be a single red maple ville.
leaf on a white ground with a Precinct 21,, Including south- JIM VOYLES
rut bar at each side. It would southeast Gainesville, lack '
replace the red ensign with the only five names of being half THIS BROADCAST!
i British Union Jack In the upper Negro In registration; It Is MO 119 N.W. 8th Art. Phone 372-5303 "
left and corner. 01 I,. YOfIn. ; :
t7f ,
Prime Minister Lester 8.s '.
Parson's Liberal governments ,", ,
seeking a flag devoid of the I I : I' ;J .t.. ... ,,''. .. J
British symbol to help promote : yO< I;

pathizers allegiance from In FrenchspeakingQuebec separatist sym l'H',\ *- y' ..-:-.:..:: III

The ill-party Province.flag committee. 1 < This talk is so important that It will : .. :: I II

was formed after a 21-day debate ::
during which the Liberal :' given: | = .I
government's proposal lor""a -- ::
three-leaf emblem became -, =."-'
deadlocked In Commons.

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PresbyterianCenter Plans 'i TODAY- P.. ,,

New ServiceA .T 10 off ._

type service provocative with participation discussion FH.,,"Oct.' 30-Radio" Station 'WGGG, 1230 KC. ,'
from the audience'will be the > v i I I Ii''
feature of the November early FRIDAY SATURDAY This Week Only 1 f( ,
morning meetings at the Free- I a. i Ii j
bvterlan University Center, 1401 '
W. University Ave., .beginning '
at 1:45: on Sunday. [:
"November 1 la Reformation .. '
SAT..7:15 P.M. ,
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Sunday, and this seems aa appropriate IAYAW
time for us to begin ; it
this departure from the. traditional

William type C. Neville of service minister said In i I Radio :Station WGGG, 1230 On Your Dial ''I!

charge. .,.
discussion"Though with I will a kick few statements If'the- JUST $1.00, DOWN WILL JMOLO,,YOUR SUICTIONSIUCT L.-. 2 .. _35 r J i

or questions, ItwIUcoav 1.

slat the audience.mainly of" responses from GROW' EXTRA S KIALi\ SOi

be Prof.in_charge Jack S.of Funhauser music. will TOYS r. or loi's"2'" Wheel .\\1 ;SUM. 2 P.M. '

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I Gators Eye'Rebound Against Auburn I' I

By JOE HALBERSTEIN Ide Field In a "must",game for visiting Tigers have fallen to setback when the game woundup season, he's been supplanted ai:I route to the win. who played his football at Hoi 23t.: center Bill Carr 211; quarterback
SOB Sports .Edit.e both both Kentucky ,and Georgia! on'a bizarre note with the. No. 1 slgnakaller by sophomore The Gators drilled on virtually lywood South Broward will be :, Steve Spurrier 194
Florida and.Auburn.,a pair of To Gator carry a,fl mark Tech. UF having a golden chance to, Joe Campbell. It's not certain,, every type of defense imaginable one. Linebacker Bill Cody from halfbacks Larry Dupree, 195! ;
Southeastern Conference football into the pivotal fray while Auburn It's sort of a 'mystery game win or tie hi the dying seconds at least Gator coaches profess this week to be adequate Orlando Boone is another and Don Knapp 191; and full.
teams with strong chances is 4-2. Florida's km loss In many ways. No one is quite And Auburn's mystery Is All-Ignorance: of It, Just where SIdle ly prepared for an expected They're both Sunshine State. back John Feiber 203.
at stellar football seasons, collide -was the epic 17 14 setback sure bow the Cam will react America quarterback Jimmy Si win play Saturday. strong effort by Coach Ralph products who got away. On defense the Caters win go
at 2 pjn. Saturday at fi r- to Alabama last week. The to last week's heart-breaking .. Injured Beverly most of theThey'll The .... 22S .. pound senior (Snug) Jordan gang Auburn picked by a national with Lynn Matthews, 207, and
.,. could start at quarterback:' hi The game promises to be a magazine as probable No. 1 Barry Brown, 227 ends; Syd
-: could play wmgback. He might free scoring one even though team In the nation this season, MacLean 229. and Dennis Murphy
i -f : be at fullback. He could oven Auburn brings the nation's No well could be M today. The Tl 252 tackles; Bill Rich-
r' 'Qt "t uy'bb wind up as an end. 4 defense here to face FlorIda. gen lost 20-0> to Kentucky In a bourg, 21$, middle guard, Roger
; The Gamma have tried not to The Tigers have permitted only game where they out-sstlstleedthe Pette. 214; and Jack Card \

be caught with their defenses lea yards per game overall. But Wildcats: considerably Fumbles 161, linebackers; Kirk US; Allen
-' down this week Last week. Florida Baas was No. 1 last week and and pass Interceptions killed Trammel, 1M; Bruce Bennett
soJ g geared mainly foe'Bama the Colors ripped the Tide dropping Auburn chances 171; and Jerry Nowcomer,
quarterback Joe Namalh. When ue Crimson down to No. And against Georgia Tech 183. secondary. -
I this week, which Is 14 itself Auburn dominated Sportier Casey DM ..
,, le.y ad AUBURN Ala. Ralph the first half, led I. '. Florida's high geared offe*
Jordan,Aabara teethes coach, Teagk On Panes but failed to score on the final jive show again will bo pacedby
> 1 14 said today mat. ace back Jimmy Tha Caters still are No. I In play when a pass was short at fine passer Spurrier and
Sidle definitely weald art pass defense, allowing just (0 4 he one-foot line.Tech got a shot lonesome end Casey. The latter
yards per game overhead. And from this and bounce SEC In
play against Florida Saturday In the arm leads the receptions with
except to held the ball far Campbell, if he plays, Is noted ed back to take over and win, 27 for 39S yards and four touchdowns -
<" pbcemeata after toacbdewas.he primarily as a passer. Sidle Isbo 7-J Spurrier uncommonly
y', h A"I t l t deluxe runner. Add to all this the fact Auburn wised for a first-year player

a vttt .4+ injury, sub Steve Sloan t took over heN en the Auburn roster healthy Sidle and It can be seen ability to produce the long drive
and riddled UF defenses :an Wingback Tucker Frederick how strong the Tigers\ realty In the clutch, generally ending

are It's the same club that went In a score either by a field goal
M last year, personnel-wise. or touchdown. ::
Auburn leads the series IS '
VFWees ,
wins to IS with two ties. Inlfttt t
.The Colors have their own InJury -
r M this week. Halfback the .Tigers came to Galnetvllte.S4
woes and ranked No. 19 ta the
Jack Harper won't play and his '
nation. Florida produced a
breakaway running la Important
startling 22.3 upset that boosted .
to Florida. Halfback: : Alan Poe
the Gators Into a bowl game
la hobbled with a bad ankle
with Penn State at
seaaon'aend. '
Corner back Dkk Kirk has a
However the UF has won
t 4rY j i f leg Auburn's Injury. fine punter, Jon KU- only once from the Tigers to the

t.q @ w r ,. i-; ..- raiai.y, Ordhar fie ttNI gore Gerald Is Gross ailing a And win speedy. o the back. loss peat to seven Ed years.Dyes' And field the goal 10-7 la

1160 cost the UF a eont..1ICt'Iuue.
I wisp type of runner, Is out with .

Injured ribs. end crowd of 4000 la expected
The Gatori will return '
Weather conditions for Saturday
Gary Thomas who broke a handIn
''Canes DownBoone practice three weeks ago are termed excellent. :

.4J4'r Linebacker Jim Bernhardt, out

since the Mississippi I State Mutt Your 'rlIM'SHOUT"

: : game, may bo lire
: : Other Auburn playersto art

", bu.y 19-14 and Jim Ingle, guards Andy

Gross" Wayne Bums. To Mtka ThfmMrrwl.
\The probable Auburn lineup:
Heard? r
Ends Ronnie Baynea, lID, and ,
ByALWHTrMARSHOrtoado picked: up a fumble and ran II w
leaded tpsrti WrakH back to the M to save BOOM Bogus Miller 1M; tackles: Jack DM'IkUmeMMM
Thornton, 110, and Bobby Walton -
'.ORLANDO The... was for the time being. .
11-14. But Gainesville fans who The 'CI... weren't so lenient SIS; gurads Mike Davis,
watched their. heroes beat Orlando the next Um they took over. 110; and Don usher 110; center,
Mike Alford MO quarterback:,
Boone here Thursday They started from the S3, Clfflu ; haftft.
US Fred-
night will swear tt should have going five and Oyenarte sprinting trickson, 115, and Jimmy Par- ..
been worse. U to them In field
1 1ft. put good .
.Purple Hurricanes movedaround pllitloa. tin, 100; and fullback, Doc Griffith cheek TODAY
over and under theliorangeehlrted Branch and GUM hammered plays both ways and' 0 Cuttom-IIHtd Hforlng Aid
foes for a whopping It to the five but I penalty uses some defensive specialists; ACM norlnRfpiir
294 yards and were kepi moved It back to the Si A pan Florida's offensive starters: I 0 On All Mke
,$ '' out of pay dirt two more times interference caU on fourth Ends Bandy Jackson: tXt,
;( Abby a fumble and pass h> down preserved the drive at the and Charles' Casey, 117)) tackles, OAINISVILLIHIARINa
I 10 and Branch went la AID CO.
one play Jim Benson 221; and John Preston
11 W..t Jackie: Eckdahl I u g 1'1 later from the flint, The kick: ItS, guards Larry Beckman $20 N. Hftota F00 l

.a Branch Al GltfJn and Miguel failed 111; and Larry Gagner,
Oyenarte were the No. t boys Boom; potted out and tile
ta tilt wracking' ...... Gaines. Hurricanes roared hack to full
ville's lines opened plenty oiMl voice. Eckdahl did a lot of the

1'"TlITICIOMI wort on Oils a3-yard drive get.

,..w W ewe r ting U and II yard on keepersand NOTICEFOR
eave MIlo IN h '' hitting Gills with a 11-

) :.s._ .... r1 1.10.s yard pass to the three. Gifts
.We* sr Ice OJae plunged a foot on fourth down.
t I to give Gainesville 12-' CLEANEST
Lead ub urn'.Tigers SaturdayAbove v.rw-.rr _"'_. time edge. *. lIIf'I' THE ,

,1r-: ... .. McLeod brought BOOM
left, to halfback Tucker Fredertckaon; right, kicker Jon Kilgore. Ton heart, quarterback Jimmy" ... .......:.........N on top at the onset of the third ONE OWNER USED
Sidle.Jordan.. Lower left tackle Jack Thornton right,.linebacker. 'BIO Cody. Lower Insert, Coach Ralph (Shag) s f.w",,-tumMIIr'Il, period. He hit Jerry Anderson
SraMft S > < null at.
110 II. nut MT-haw Ikkklwit with a >>ylld pass and Fields CARS & TRUCKS I IN
anew nw) M (II MM
A' eINM I wikk) with an lyanttr then teased 11
tram iMtMMi -
I IT'S HOMECOMING TIME I boles."..,...for them. yards to Alt for the touchdown. GAINESVILLEill -

Branch rolled up 110 yardi 1 Only an Interception by Al
himself. Almost urea times ai Jeknsttn stalled Games .
:1 PKY Battles FarravutByNISNISSEN I much aa till 41 Boone musteredon vflle's lilt march downfMd

: the g.... Tha Vanes drew Boone again .had to punt out
and lilt Vase went to work to
; 77 U act 71 yards to me .
I peerteed
'P By NU NISSEN Is what Coach Mike Cutferrei record Into'the gama ''' .r 1 Xlca. )Batter'(I.) handles theejtortarbaektaf send, the last ana at the gtt the ettscher.JGlffln'a 7 Gofnmllfo'a ,La..... Vofiumi Dealer

I Assistant Sports Editor will be looking tot taught ai their merit on the West chores, FraakBardjr : outset of t tha fourth quarter to' i $: yard scamps
ct Homecoming is the time for his P. K. Yonge Blue Wave entortatasSt The tone toss came tq .. (89) and Harry True win the ban ..... ''. was the trig play ss they used I UNIVERSITY CHEVRQLEL
parades and queens and frolic, Pete Admkral Farra- of Bradenton. a Class (IMF an the halfbacks and Boone needed sophomore op ate minutes and 11 playa to, .
followed by a football game that gutathomeeomingtime- poIIIIIL 'i' Roger Cook (I.) la the full Boner McLood's passing to setup Branch In
make It It-it going
11 can make the. whole thing sweet. Hckoff Is | e'clock at dtlzeni A quartet of good-slued beck. both of Its ....... Ed' from the one.i N. Moln' St. of 16fh AT.*. ,''. 17'. .7514
or sour. field:, ;", : a 1 frv, win...... Farrsgufs Oa tilt Dlhson scored ana MeLead S '
Gary "
$ 'S S' S'
I .The Iweetneu. of victory. .. / will be ends .passed. to Richard AH .imam I I IN i fen&M right after ftekkfteft eRea
(III) sad Sin a Cowart U79)). Mhsr.Beont.. I, ,ft*Gasja-iDe eouldrttsaailw.
nee\ tackles Hoary Idea (201) and scared drat Altar .. II ended to a flurry SAVE HUNDREDS

JI .tJ.a.rdi I Andy feral (212), guards MO- Satoesville's Larry Sherman ol futae BOOM ...... '

tf ton Howe (UO) and Andy Me- bobbled the opening k II half. Y ON
Eachero ((170) aad canter Bob OF ;
I By.Nf::rasiBNI when Mississippi State's brubinr > sire. to play. and is a morale Stout(219) the Hurricanes were out to their.- Grid Scorn

I v Assbtoat .,arta Editor rattack .- Hoyto Granger factor for tha team." ,* I J'uIIId Too Tisane. a ... 11.forced. Jo punt anew seneua.w..w 1"M DfMONSTRATORSAND .
I' Jack Card-b'a smafflsh almost ON and Alabama's Baymond .-TaekIsi br ITHonad sarfanMr.\' .... j lilt I'111et.ed' MIl Battea forBayards .

impii&jBOkhaj, MbaB Often PU- )' came crashing For fans who .haven't Nee ia key to tht Bkm Wava ofhnaa. and David Dean fore e=If.-' ..,=:=U ':IXECUTIVg CAR

player 1 .* thai pbsnsm hi parson, take a He has carried tha toad b a ae.e.iMy mist .tee -.- .....*..< It pen LMMMSforMM ,
least bqHmw. coOogi' Jtad MTl face two more elboaa took at the statMka. Game the -.
At by to every game by leading stack Gibson cUmaaad with astemmed ... #' $.
standards, hto a.not-Ili M* monstrous backs Saint'day fihns skew Card II the Gators' rushers as PKY rill up a St1Haosea .( effort from meust ,ft ,.... ,tH| Mfc am'iw Mv. J." .
pound frame is quite a bit below aftonooa when Aunm,. mMlHt. tIdJIr'will 3tater ncord.' &a kick: made Jt T I 1-e
average And the No. 1 Jeraey Jknmy 8kfis CU) and TuckerFMdarkkson +.. ... trableg ealy. wU.bavr aopport from wit
Card .wears .makes .his. (DI).come cafltagafflsrida .... .atawlout BIB iVchbowg inurtarback Tern, Pobaaa and I: gone.GatoMvllle roared back(/e the. HOMECOMING GAMIWHCOMf

stand out wren more among tile field. .. halfbacks Marafl Tyre. sad.ItevtTuttto. BOOM 2s maUy monks to a
giants of eaBegiato warfare. ,-"a0lalekaew" 1.t i:,c-..,rasslgn. .d by Florida ef- outside tackle -
yard GRAM"
Throw ta blond hair and i The' secret to thla amw its......eBiai Pepper Redgarsafter Steve ?w.deD'a stuaspy 211m.'w by kama scamper h. But Mate ReidsUFETIME ,WHCOMf[ *.l* wWovts *

baby face"and the University sophomore's success Is ...... 4 brim *career at Coral } wee ehsaaa Una- Pi "' K:. Yonftvs.
.of Florida One. nets,". according to Florida Gahtos Hkh School. Ha played Weak by me SUB of ,
r backer leeks Head Coach Bay er.... TTs njebKkarat: Gabtoa and weepodtlas. lor till serfsrsaancah Ins>Friday
; 'anything beta hard to block him because he's signed. *IetIJ for that night. ajriast Mai ttoaaf. toads .
;ferocious.: OM rugged....watt.Tweedsl .
Graves said.
so 11I Card conttoned kto aacmng..
But dos't ton i "Jack baa that inborn. ability led .. tile Gator leads me team ta hdividual > ADMIRAL FARRAGUT ACAMMY
I that to footbllDpIIJIf'I to diagnose plays" Graves con play traalnamssjasd season where ha was I tackles with. and abM .. ....... ....

frees threat "... ,..,. Dnebeckmgtbe a aaslMlr ......... Is wsavo1M a ha aa b a Meeker need.Helawjakasdeaifha an.eflaaso IA ,M. Half TI.... EnNrts1assenf'CROWNING '
SMU Missb'sippi way tt sold he played.. to Ike.............a eparairff last bysnds ......... 7tIt
Stale Ole Graves also pohtod oat that fresh battle I SUN.PARADR. Of THI
the Florida Mtaml ;
Don (ltI) sad 16M.
Mm. Sulk I Card has ........ strength. after making a fantoatfc tTwWCraves .ar !Ja tflmwfa /aches
Carolina sad for his. slM and torrifk timing."Whoa .... tale Ldffffj ofOnVwOT /* ,oM. HOMECOMING KING
and WIll 'Ji
Cusses fttO
Alabama. 1 he tackles a player. he'eafly .,
Thrv Vwgbt jinn ..." said. .be bad a fartogfleU US,. gaard V, G. ........ AND JOHN 9Citizen's
he was ill-, Card burning desire for ac- Card ip ass stoeve thai season,!.... (IN) rid eater WIll ..... c-i _
feet. lb...pNlaee ion alee baa played big eats lie wml He** Blyed wee aba.. Llkrp("). _

UO weighedV7 II his. rapidly flowing success Jack who waa me awasasg Fedt"3'
pounds and Gases sakL "... .has great ... :ink to a sat beast. .

had me face of a hungry gariDa.That's .
Bbd. a-n :'' i MUFFLERS _

I.. baO the carriers way be to blasted. me tart eaastog j. c. BROWN co.tleaflM. lMTAMTCMMTT.IWtoiWliAC.MCMk t/, ,a .r ('

m the first five games sbswtag .. ; S \ \. : :
title mercy and allowing Btdeyardage. .J' ,
N1 g M. A Adults, .. ; ..1.2Students $
Hew can a man weighting 117 GAS WELL ,
'BMDds tackle a speeding sly '.taM .QA' t ,.,'."
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.. I.. C.ie.,iit. Sun irriday, G.ivvsr sJ\ i'swb

1 / -- J 1 '. d UESTPERTSC'VS.. s :' S' 'I Lincoln v I Upsejrby.Baby; .Rattlers :' _

II vi j By JIMMY RUSSELL Ralph Brocklngton was the high I paced the visitors- "with 10 licks. I didn't think we could contain
l. I BaD Football Assistant light play '
=e : Revenge was what the FloridaA Terriers The Terriers Were m business Baby Rattler tutor Bob Lang them. It took a 110 per cent effort -

4 N, M Demonstration School Lose First when tackle Stacey Bell lpearI I bad praise for the Terriers I from my whole team to beat
Florida Baby Rattlers of Tallahassee ed a Touncel fumble and aped They're a real good ban club- them," Lang said.
.Auburn Florida Florida 'Flerlda came for, and they got it witha One, 14-12 ,to the Rattler 32. Two plays
---- 14-tt homecoming upset of the later Anderson
... : tossed 'a 29
FSU : Lincoln Terriers last night it CLOSEDFor
to Mills
yard pass for the second
So.MIa. rsu rsu. nu
Citizens Field. being a 8-yard Norman Anderson
Terrier TO. The
run for the
Miami The visitors' clutch defense pass on a down and out pattern .- TO failed to make it 1412. I INVENTORYSAT.
Detroit Detroit Miami Miami made two quick IDs via the air to end Clarence Mills. The
a "..,Alabama lanes stand up against a relent- run for the PAT failed to keep i A Deere Gorham Interception,
.. ... ess second quarter Lincoln the Rattlers in command, stopped one Terrier march, buta OCT. 31st
,.. MI...Slats Alabama Alabama Alabama Baby stiff defense forced the visitors ,
ground game. 1- 6.The.
.... Georgia North The Rattlers stopped i Lln- ,r Baby Rattlers ended the to punt and the host eleven began .
No.Carolina/ Georgia CarollDa Georgia push for lack of downs at offensive action for the second Its race with the clock with Gainesville Hardware

I :':.Mluilllppi 01. --me : five In the third quarter, half on the next series of downs. 4;04 left e..11 j
..._LSU, LSU Maw Mlas the clock ran out on the The Rattlers sped the 83 yards Ended ea One
; ...:Keltucky eleven at the Rattler one fA m Ian/I hi aw.1v mint* rJtvmLeaf The Terriers began at their BUILDING SUPPLY, :
-- '
--Wed Vlrlllia Kealacky Kentucky Kentucky : they could drive over the Pap own 39 and drove to the
in eight plays. aaiiJel.llone \
"TIIIIIII TO. TIle touchdown came on a 47.
VMI VMI Tnlaw Tatue I After some preliminary spar yard pan from Touncel to end Highlight plays of the drive =CHAIN LlNKHURRICANE=- t t'to
quarterback Allen Touncel Aleman Alston. Touncel's run were two Anderson strikes to -
I .- Consensus: Florida, Florida State, Miami, Alabama, his aerial circus Into action. on the run-pass option was good Mills for vital first downs. -
!LSU Ole Miss, tossup; Kentucky, Tulane. Touncel tossed a 20-yard pas.ITATIIT.CI for the PAT that made It 144 When they reached the one ;
Consensus last week: Four right, two wrong, two ties, one I The Terriers came out of the the Terriers bad run out of
wrong, four ties, two tossups. PAM LIIoGeIII I dressing room fired up for the timeouts and the visitors held '
Cuestperti last week: Bill Dounds, 8-1; Irvin Bobbins 1-,; ; .""downi rvo/IItItI t" 1 'second half and dominated play. 'on for their victory as they FENCEProtect .
last week: Joe Halbersteln, 6-3; NIs Nlssen, 6-3; Benny Craw pwilni, 4 a After stopping a Rattler 'stopped two line plunges.
berstem 41-M; Cason, 39-11-2; Nlssen, 39-11-1 .Iron. fin PMUIIIM.../ rviH. tot* 151 e, thrust, the Terriers marched Rattler captain Bruce) Mills And ,
y Sunperts lead Guestperts, 120.114. ....'... .1N.. 17J IM I revealed that the Rattlers
,. 04 dIe from their own 14 to the Rattler were 5.eutfy( _.
: ,. .......... W leis sale' five before they ran out CJlI out to- avenge a last year's sine
:: '.".-. let 1 .. e downs. A 43-yard scamper by I II homecoming defeat. by the Ter-l YNOW
Even Coach's .....1.d -5. 11n .ere rierf.
..M. e-Nra............... .
? f t e .14 !We wen mad .from last tJUfMUllIIId.
,.,. ......"........ e e -terR..m..e I 1'r'
_" ,n.rrl Starke.Risks] .
Lincoln coach Jesse Heard
AIIM TMtml' lit T mf AM (IS
Likes Gators : : MM) I>AT- Willie MMMI CI'UIIII had no excuses.
"MKiJt. AtaniM Allto' M H> *M 1 i '
Temlc.l..II'UIIINo 4-0-1 Record "They Just wanted to win,It
... .. Mil"/-S I* w..... ,..., lit'AT'Cu.r-, more than we did," Heard said. ..
,t t[ By JOE HALBERSTEIN cane Herald staff In the I : 'ilmtwt .. Heard thought his forces pot up .. :f .I' W -:" __ :J
IM.I JolIn- NA
II'I N4 "
"I.. Sports Editor Joust wth the Sunperts. ._, Ilnwn.n 1 Willie, DwMr- At Live'Oak, I a good fight the second half iRfl't' hfo..... b. iitkriatit'
fresh view And of them Henry 0r55, 51.10 IIno.S Jill, I and had for his Our Oat Our Prko .'
It's time for a on one happens "mer. ': .r praise entire] hiea.S. Quality ;
I t this business of picking football be Katherine Graves, daugh m LIVE'OAKStarke, Tornadoes le'' ; Y ..'1 miMdleto.lastoJI( "
II ','" winners, especially after last of Florida head football coac speedster"Tttny! Ash for a firs will risk 'their .sparkling 2 thought guard Willie Fred t1o4powNAYMtMY, yRTe. : + 1r.0A, ..tile.. ft.. payPHONE 4
.. week's disastrous session. Ray Graves.,The others at the Terrier 40. The pay ...1 record hen tonight .when 1 Carter, tackle Stacey Bell and "t
:'' The Guestperts are members Warren ROBS and David Liberof 'pitch came a play later as they meet powerful.Live Oak In linebacker Andrew Mickla did 'I 372-5333 r
the Gainesville High Hurrl- man. eluded the Lincoln second a homecoming: gum.Live .' an especially-outstanding;" job" ": ,
,and,raced g yards for a Oak sports power-pack the Lincoln boa said"' ti,
= .to more than make up for ed backfleld and a M record I Mickla was lope for the TtNrlers :. SAUNDERSOIL: 'CO. '
SantaF previously assessed holding after dropping a li-7.:decisionto with 11 tackles while Carter F 114 N.Wr 4rh ,St.. t. )Mt
Plays on the Rattlers. Full Perry last week.Starke'a .' had 111 and Bell eight Uffli\ _. ___ '
I I Willie Johnson bulled over last
outing produced .
toe PAT that made It 1-0. ..
a M deadlock with rugged Palaces -
got back In the act en
At Park I .
r Orange I i next Terriers series of set downs.up shop on Before that, Coach'DaveHurse's VL FOOTBALL WEEK-END SPECIALS
37 and drove 13 yards in swept .
_., ORANGE PARKS a terback Danny Adams, halfbacks plays, with the TO play past Macclenay, Santa F., SI : ,.
I ** F.', powerful Rebels venture Doyle Slkes and Russell : I, Augustine\ and Jacksonville: Bishop TEIWIRTS' .. STADIUM SEATS
-hers tonight In an all important Taylor and fullback Mac I Kenny. GATOI. ; O (CUSHIONS) ,
?.,.. Keystone Conference clash Crawford gives the Rebels a Keystone _Golf Live Oak own victories over (Chlldnn' '" A.ulti) r'4 _

?. .., with Orange Park's Raiders. strong offensive attack, too. I, Opens MontIcello, Madison, Macclen-- i GATOR SWEAT
It The Rebels will put their 10 Crawford, a ITS- pound sophomore IY, Quincy and 81 Au ltlne. '
conference mark on the liner Is the team's leading third annual ,Keystone Starke will bank on the offensive MINIATURE GATOR SHIRTS

against the Raiders who sport ground gainer, while the 192- & Golf and Country invi- prowess of quarterbackPhil JERSEYS (Boys Slxai) .
-.T an 0-1 conference slate. Santa pound like Is second In line. .Is scheduled: for Satur Elder and hard charging Complete Line of
'.. Fe Is H overall, while Orange The durable likes also plays and Sunday over the scenic: fullback Mickey Agner in its
'-* Park is 23.Orange tackle on deenslve, where he { course. bid> for victory., NFL FOOTBALL FOOTBALLEQUIPMENT
Park's defense has plays an Important role. tourney will be 3t holes Elder has sparkled both In
,*t sparkled throughout the season medal play, and players will running and passing, and Ag- OUTFITS
""" divided into of has been a consistent
-*, al as tight the Raiders garnet.' dropped, sever- Elma Newman: .handicap.' flights eight net ground gainer. (C.Nir:IIWWM.,* _, Redikini. ) \ .. Helmets .
The rugged trio of Ronald Leads jxt-am .today will precede Tommy Thomas and Jeff Warrat.lead .' 0 S Pants -
Manning, Bill Midgett and Don on 571 Invitational A full handicap ..a gritty.defense that .- lAIN :writ:-... !t1... ShouUor Pads .
by the pro will be al has allowed only one touchdown. '
Faulk have bean the standouts .. Shoes. (lops 6'
Elma Newman hd the Trlnl
xT .In the strong forward wall. Tumblers. loop at'-!Palm Lanes to a maximum of 11 to the five outings.4Apartment (tC..ts fr Hoti) Man)
Santa F. expected to match I $
with a 171 series. She rolled Socks
The Raiders in the defensive Ownmftu'11
: 43-187-W1 for South Atlantic
department with the likes'of 011 Co. (Maly Oh.r ......... T..t' '

end Louis Feagle. tacklei Trigger ZJi Elleman, 'South Atlantic .I.nn ::1---, wr.NW WKM ale' ...MiUn:/ '::: I ,4JIMMIE' HUGHES SPORTING GOODS

and Hodge Charles and Charles Smith.A .Davis Oil Co.; rolled 540 and Shelby I mim. frnmi Your rtmlum pollcln, hi to*tfltcowM. ......*wM.e.c..w..* groupywr *..*.
guard _
c.a tamornw end N.r.vine "
oode, Farnsworth Oil Co., !had '
backfield composed of Northcentrot Sporting Goods
quar- 513. The 243 was bait single Kirkpatrick fr! Edmonton Headquarters
ame., Insurance), Inc. 1113 I UalversityAve.. FRoaklia 2.5212Offetreu
Rain Mars 'Play' South Atlantic had'a 1497 se- 11 I N. MAIN ST. PH. I7M41I Parking In Rear Of Store ti
rice and a 145 top game. Splits
IAN JOSE. Calif. (AP) A were made by Delores Wheeler "
field of 130 professionals was "10, 5-7; Lee Green, 5-10;
set to slosh through the openIng Bert Brown, 4-Sj; and Alice
round today of the 123,000 I Craft .4-5-7. 4 t
Almaden Open Golf Tournament Toby Rutledge had a 512 lathe
after rain forced a one- Riser's Office E q u I pmant
"., day postponement.! loop. Avis Lellkh rolled 507 and
; The finals of the 72-hole tour Elaine Allen 4H.' UofF
ay,'originally act lot Sunday, Calculators had a'' 1747 set I
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FrWov.. October 30, 1964 Golnesvill Sun

Browns Seek RevengeIn Seminoles For Hayes RattlersOn to Play Tide, LSD, Gators Face -

Ready For I

Game With Steelers Saturday
] TeamsBy
SouthernTALLAHASSSEE TALLAHASSEE (APOlympic Strong Underdog
gold medal winner Bob
By JACK HAND ,pack more scoring punch with'Flatley hurts Minnesota's air :Hayes will be back In the lineup '
Associated (AP- Florida KELSO SURGEON No. 3 national ranking and In non-conference games Kentucky -
Press Sports Writer Milt Plum handicapped by Injured -arm. Vikings can be had with Florida A&M pits
Saturday aa
I State is ready for tomorrownight's Associated Press Sports Writer shooting for Its sixth straight Journeys to Morgantownto
Cleveland seeks for elbow. Both clubs can move the
revenge passes. its Highly rates defense against
' an earlier loss to Pittsburgh,II Dallas 17, Chicago 14 Cowboy ball on the ground. A real tough football game sgalnst the Benedict College In Tampa. Alabama, Louisiana State and victory without loss runs Intoa meet West Virginia; Georgia
University of Southern Mississippi.
Baltimore goes after its seventh defense to handle BillW.de' Statistics released Thursday Florida-all\ with eyes on the Mississippi State team whichis hosts power-packed North Carolina
straight victory and Detroit and passes in another 11II'-1 one.Cleveland 24, Pittsburgh 11- I New York A&M has the Southeastern Conference championship much better than its M rec- and Tulane meets Virginia
FSU Coach Bin Peterson said says
Los Angeles battle for the run I prise. Dallas coming strong This could be a killer. Stealers "The team has had a fine week, ,toughest defense of any small and bowl bids -face ord indicates. Military at New Or IIIII.

ner-op role in the West In key last two weeks with Don Mered- made 3S3 yards on the ground of practice: and the spirit is college In the country, having three of the toughest underdogs Louisiana State ranked ninth Georgia win be at the crossroads -
I National'Football League ith healthy. Bears battered with John Henry Johnson and good. We've made few adjustments -allowed three opponents 192 In college football Saturday. with but a M tie with Tennesseeto against a North Carolina

games Sunday. physically but still playing.St. Clarence Peaks in winning first but nothing too new." yards, an average of. M yards Even though the three nation- mar Its record takes on a team that has vowed to win all
t Buffalo, only unbeaten team Louis 24, New York 17- meeting 13-7. Conservative Peterson likens Southern to the per game. ally ranked elevens are favored Mississippi team which could be the rest of them this season

t In the majors shoots for its Despite loss of Sonny Sandle, Brown pass, rush gives Ed Georgia team that FSU nipped The addition of Hayes recently -they have their work cut oqt for likened to a truckload of dyna- Coach Vince Dooley says The
Cards have mixture of running Brown of time. But Jim mite Just waiting to explode.
eighth straight against Houstonand plenty two weeks ago 17-14. "They returned from Tokyo, and them. Alabama meets ragged Bulldogs are a surprising 3-2-1
J Boston duels New York for and passing to top Giants and Brown Is overdue for a big one, have a big strong team. They're halfback Bobby Felts, out three Mississippi State LSU tangles SIdle T. Retain In the record book, but Dooley

runner-up honors in the East ta blitzing defense to harass Y. A. especially against a club that much like Georgia ta sis and weeks with a twisted ankle, will with mysterious Mississippi( and Florida, ranked 10th and with says they haven't been tested

C : top American football League Tittle. Both quarterbacks have stopped him cold earlier. balance. And they can beat live the unbeaten Rattier an Florida hosts on-agaln-otf-again only! a 17-14 loss to Alabama to since Alabama clobbered them

.:; i games. :: Interception trouble. Cards win Everybody runs against Steel- you." He said. edge over their Columbia S.c. Auburn. soil its record. will play an Auburn 31-3 In their opener. The game
give Giant rookie Ernie Wheel ers- Browns.
t A t-2 record last week gives except I Florida State concentrated on ,opponent The Crimson Tide,' aogi team which might have Its Is rated a tossup.Miami .
tis courage to go for a few uDj wright prime test Running of Washington U, Philadelphia correcting mistakes ta t It Isweek's
All-America back Jimmy Sidle
Joe Childress, Willie Crenshaw 20 Another Toughest :
* 4 sets this time. The season upset
score drills. One of these la
i I! is 47-244 2UI-3 In the NFL and John David Crow make ,pick of the weet Redskins won defensive geared to a ready for a full afternoon of ac- Rated
I 'and 194-3 In the AFL. ,Cards tough.Baltimore first game SMO on five touch-- adjustment Mete yOn Mum tion.
the lt operations of
stop sprlnt-<<
I Coach Paul Bryant
' : : Here goes for the second half 21, San Francisco down passes by Sonny Jurgen- quarterback Vic Purvis. Bama
:iI. : (ADlUIIeI' Sunday, afternoon 10-One of these days Colts are sen who may have key to Eagle Purvis, like Virginia Tech's says "needless to say we are In As FavoriteAt
1 = unless otherwise indicated): going to have a letdown. Could 'defense. Bobby Mitchell caught Bob Schwekkert. Is a rollout for another tough game, and I
1 1 I. : be this one but tiers dont have 12 against Glenn Glass first quarterback. Schwelckert rolled Newt est OfferLouis Just hope our boys realist that
.' : NFL rush line to hurry Johnny Unl- time so Nate Ramsey gets the Mississippi State has been getting DetroitDETROIT
: Los Angeles 21, Detroit 17 tas and John Brodle will get a Job this week. Can OLIN Matson the Seminoles Into a 20-11 defeat better every week and we

An upset right off the bat. Toe I rough'' reception' 'Colts' well- and Earl Gros run on Skins? last week. MONTCLAIR N.J. (AP Cardinals In seven games know we'll have to fight for our
It FSU's offense is In good shap
Rams and Lions (AP) A badly
play thepasser"
: "get
balanced offense too much. That will decide It. Golfer Yogi Berra will likely Berra was offered a two-year lives to win.
The Seminoles 450 I
gained yards
1 with their tough defensive Green 24 Minnesota 21- real head battered University of Detroit
Bay "I'm looking for a
to after a contract as a special field consultant -
AFLBoston the ground against the Cob- have something say
r lines: on football team will be lookup for
They fought to 17-17
Vikings won their lint meeting vacation about the latest devel- to General Manager knocking ball game, and Just
; tie Sept.. l' but. Los Angeles 24-21 on a missed extra point by 24, New York 21 (Sat- blers last Saturday. QuarterbackSteve but contractwas hope we do most of the knockIng Its third victory of the season
Ralph Houk no
and in his baseball career.
Tens! !burled 33 opment .
outgalned Detroit. Ram passes Friday night when It mts
rookiesPress Paul Homing. Loss; of Paul urday night) Patriots beat ," Bryant said.
t Jets earlier -lo. Mike Holo- 'completed 11 of them to flank. I The ex-manager of the New I signed. to point Miami, a team It hasn't beaten
la also quick
erback Fred Blleb koff. Biletni- York Yankees was reached at : In New York Thursday Weiss Bryant In three tries.
vak's crew best In league on
boll scored State's only touchdown his home Thursday said there has been "no out that State which has won
by telephone
L Steelers defense against rushing and three in a row could easily be The Titans ((2.4)), snapped a
Readyi Jets must have big yardage by on a Tensl pass night on the eve of his departurefor crete discussion: of any type of at this The Maroons three game losing streak by
SemInoles U point.
Biletnikoff remains the
a 10-day golfing holiday at Job he might be Interested In.
Matt SneU to win. Glno Capped 'I beaten ZI.11n their opener defeating Dayton 21 I last
I main offensive threat. "We Plnehurst, N.C. But Weiss said he wanted Berra were
etti and Jim Colclough! catching I
't t I are playing the opposite of conservitlvo about this New York and understood that he wu a then lost IMS to Florida on week. ,
Babe Parllli's give Boston "What t'
i : r Scramble Race edge. Jets vulnerable to football" Peterson Meta business Yogi?" he was free agent a last-second field goal and 14- : Detroit held'th Flyer to
said ,"We are playing a wide 13 to Tennessee.LSU only 11 yard and limited Day
bomb since loss of Marshall asked.A .
vll",. ;I; ;i open ,ame. We'll keep looking which hasn't beaten Ole ton halfback Roosevelt 1411'
+. '> By'lUKE RATHET the 'Steelers l ,' who' got the j Job Storks.Buffalo 21,:Houston 17,- The I to get Biletnikoff open." I brief pause followed, punctuated Lakers Lose Miss In Its last two tries, will to 24 yards rushing. Mall had
I Associated Sports Writer Clone with an effective 4-1-4 Bills' If Biletnikoff la bottled up I by what sounded like the be out for revenge against the entered the game a* the' Na

1 The Pittsburgh Steelers, whQ Umbrella Defense. that stymied forever.happy But string the rookieloadedOiler can't go on Peterson say the Seminoles will rattle of golf club from' the 98-95; Battle Rebels who started the seasonas tion's fifth leading rusher. '
end of the line.
i .. threw a monkey wrench Into Cleveland. line-up doesn't have the II[o>> to the running game If they Berra the nation's top-ranked team, Coach John Idaho called Ills
":.' last; IIIIO 'S battle ,for the NatlonarrootbaIl'League'a While the Browns are tryingto stuff to step the combination of key on him. It will give State "We understand the questioner LOS ANGELES (APThe) but have failed .to Jell., 'earn' play "on of the finest

-* Eastern even the season series with Jack, Kemp and Daryle Lamohi- the chance to use Phil Spooner continued !hat Mets Los Angeles Lakers sat uneasily Fierce\ Rivalry 'defensive efforts .In I my, years.
Lee and Jot Petko. President George Weiss wants
? Division title have an opportunity the Steelers; second-place St atop their laurels In the Nation at Detroit.
w to scramble the race Louis 4-2-1, will be at.New ca.Oakland 24, San Diego n Those three make up the bulk you in his organization that be al Basketball Association's The LSU-OU Miss rivalry Is
In the Miami Is after Its first victory
of the Seminoles' running attack. considers you 'A man with agreat one of the most flare
again this weekend-with an York and third-place Philadel-: Another upset AI 'Davis has Western Division today -
to UM. of the season and I II fevered -
Coach PIe Vann'a Southernershave deal of baseball knowledge country and dates back
umbrella. phl. 4,1, at home to been slightly nerve-wracked that
having a tough year ((1-5-1))
'" lead Ole by 10 point. Russell Smith
the Seminoles and Bengals
always given popularity ; The Bayou
but he has Sid GUlman's their laurels are wearing thin on
The Steelers, it will be remembered ton.The' I num- with I II weD and beginning to leek
trouble. The Hattlesburg Miss. Miss In the series 28-22
Baltimore Colts I "Yeah, we talked, said Ber the
leading bet Clem' Daniels and Billy I bottom.
parlayed.three ties I like he might fulfill his billing
team has defeated Florida State ending In ties.
the Western Division with He referred to a meeting tames
and seven victories tato a snot a *-l Cannon are rolling Cotton Davidson ra. The Baltimore Bullets posted outstanding running back
times In nine meetings. will another big u an
seven Florida get
record, could break the Wednesday with Wets In New .
at their first divisional crown race Is rolling out and hitting I a M 95 victory over the Lakers '
Southern Mississippi has a test against the Tigers especially Miami Bob IIletnlkoff
quarterback -
last open by downing San Francisco Art Powell Charger having York City. I
despite a won-lost I In the only
year Thursday night
.. poor strong\ running fullback In Harmon if Sidle la really ready to go. with Men.
percentage, but bowed out with while Detroit and Los Angeles, Injury trouble In llnebacklng "And what did you say? scheduled. Improving
a loss to th* New York Giants In tied for second with 4-2-1 and deep : defense but Line: Brannan. Purvis Herman "I aid I'm going to think I lime[ The Gators will play without game and plans Iota of passing
t the last of the regular records are banging beads. Ahvorth Keith Lincoln: and Paul Nln and Babbitt Brown round about ht""Think The Bullets came from behind tailback Jack Harper, who also against Detroit's, big, lit
season""fame: In other games Green Bay Lowe are healthy. out the backfield about what? What did I ate In the third quarter when missed the Alabama gam. slow, defense.-

and Chicago, the two Western Kansas City 21, Denver 7 he offer you?" I they trailed 1S-I3. to edge out This contest sends one of the The\! Titan's hopes to bnproi\
Now'they're bogged down at favorites who have fallen' almost Denver broke its long losing Hagge Leads "Wen I don't have anythingto I the Laken for the first victoryIn best offenses In th* SEC against their offense which has managed

3-4. but could. throw the Eastern to the bottom of the division streak at Chiefs'\ expense Oct say now." I II three games this season with one of the best defenses. Florida \to score Just M point,

race Into alight struggle by will try to get untracked 11, 33-27. Doesn't figure to happen W CRUCES N.M. AP) I Berra was equally uncommunicative -1 Los Angeles ranks second behind Alabama 'were set back when three each
beating Cleveland one of the against Minnesota and Dallas, again. Broncs: having .prob- Marlene Hagg shot a n Thursday after he was fired as The Baltimore win gives the In offense having aver suffered Injuries.
key games on the NFL schedule respectively.The ems In defensive backfteld. Lea to lead the women professional manager of the Yanks on Oct. Bullets a Sol season record aged 2M yards per ...*. Au- But sophomore end Tom leer

Sunday. American Football Dawson supposed to be ready togo golfers In the pro-am IS. The Yank had won the while the Laker still lead the burn ranka second behind LSU I II healthy and that fact alone
The Browns '..1 a S-I.l League gets underway Saturday but Eddie Wilson has been section of the Las Graces Wom American League pennant, then Western Division with 4-1 one in defense giving! Up an average could bring a smile to Idstt'i.
", record but their lone lose wu to In a key Eastern Division game fine' backup man. en's Open Golf Tournament lost the World Series to the St. game ahead of St. Lout at M of 154 yard per outing._ ._1 face.


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." agents In Dixie, GU lure or a recreational e n te.1 A enl

&GARDENJ .,.,. christ and Levy counties Invite prise.
.. an farmers in these three counties -| Adjustment payments of up vi heist"
to attend a meeting next to $1311 per acre for the best
... Thursday night for a discussion land In the county will be paid I
... .. when the t contract Is Gene Wiggins, host
of son testing, liming and fer year
Sink Hole Fill /tII1" Osceola Nov. 17. 7:30: p.m. .
'-, .. tllizatlon. The meeting to be signed. In addition cost s h are'' host.
: Tommy
payments of to 1127 i
held In the Fannin Springs Live up per .
Most of these <4< H Clubs
stock Pavilion, will begin at acre may be had.
: will elect their officers for
A 7:30: and end at t:30. Russell Applications for this programare and
Funds these meetings
1965 at
ApprovedA Henderson, Extension See
; '' from the
University of your County ASCS Office man December.

,. ,special trl-county meet- ..' Florida, win' present the pro jager, Harley Moore for'further Christmas parties
details. I
4 log on Mil testing, liming gram. I
) and fertilization li set for the t .,...... Many farmers In G11 e h rest C-BNEWS
Livestock Pavilion at Fannin Levy /'"' County have Indicated a desire AU Gilchrist <4< Hers are reminded LIVE
t for such a meeting. I feel this
; Springs on November S. This that Saturday. Oct. 31,
IN meeting Is set up for farmers .- win ,be an extremely Important Is the deadline for turning in {!
In.Dixie, Gilchrist and Levy leounty'Arent: meeting that few farmers In 19M <4< H project record books THE BEST
Counties: and will get under Levy's, Top Tobacco GrowersMr. this area can afford to miss. The County <4< H Council will (

way at 7:30: p.m. CROP CONVERSION meet next Tuesday at I p.m. to YEARS OF I
All farmers art urged to Mrs. PROGRAM review and evaluate these records
and Carrell Arringion of North Levy County and their sons Ronnie,
attend this Important meeting dw 12 and James, 15, examine a sheet of their NC-93 tobacco during the first Gilchrlst County farmers are In advance of the annual YOUR LIFE :
It has been about I years since L..sre <4< H Achievement
daY of sales but summer, at the filch Springs Tobacco Market. Arrington'aaverage reminded of the new Crop Conversion County '
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F wll held such a meeting In this yield this wan 1,850 pounds and received an Banquet.
The 19(5 ACP Program for year per acre average Program available to IN A NEWHOME.
area.. Levy County will be approvedat price of 65 cents a pound. Average for the state this year was 58.71 cents. them through their local ASCS 4. H CALENDAR I

1 Special ACP Practice a special development meeting I office. Gllchrlst 4 H meetings for
.A special ACP practice F-4. November S at 10 a.m. In.. IN LEVY COUNTY Any land that grew a row November are scheduled as follows .", .
for filling\ sink holes caused by the County ASCS office In Bron-: crop one of the last three : A1

a Hurricane Dora has been approved -|son. If you want any changesIn 'years, wheat or feed grainsone Wilcox Nov., I p.m., Larry \
for Levy County the ACP Program for 1MI,'I I of the last three years, or Downing, host ;
contact ASC Committeemen Tobacco Yield Record I Seine 1H4 t tPerede
farmers. Funds totaling 114,400 your at tame hay two of the last three Santa Fs Now 4, 7:3; pjn,
have been approved for this or attend this meeting yean Is eligible for this pro Sylvia Sparks, hostess. .f HeasesModel. I

special practice. The practicewill The Census of Agriculturewill gram. Land coming out of the BeD Nov. It, 7:30 )
pay M per cent of the be taken next menth In our BRONSON Levy County's 1,322 pounds In 1963 and 931 Jendugh' acreage to make it a SoU Bank is also eligible for Tommy Philman, host m.1 Still Available.

actual cost of filling these sink area This farm count la taken '.tobacco yield for 1M4 outstripped 'pounds per acre in 19(0.: This profitable enterprize are following this program. Blue Springs Nov. U, T:SO, ...
holes provided there Is enough every five years for the purpose all previous the years despite year's yield Is the highest in more of the Improved practices The object of the program Is p.m., meeting place not yet doctor J4lh Tum St.Right at 28 On AVI.N.N.W;
have of vital decisions affecting -drought during growing season
money. Forty applications making Levy County's history despite in its growing. to reduce production of grain I mined.
received the of the U.S. and rain during the harvest p.m..1 I
already by many segments
all he added. This ,crops and convert land to pas Trenton "Nov It, ':11 ..
ASCS office. Signup tune will 'economy. Data gathered will season according to Levy Coun- the problems month, many grow r s :
extend through Nov. 4. Include the number and size ty Agent Leonard Cobb. I Carrell Arrlngton from the are planting oats or rye as a '

--- of farms, number of persons living Cobb said, In general, Levy ,northern part of the county, cover crop ahead of their tobacco Photo Flashes Can '11
on farms, acreage of harvested County tobacco sold good with averaged 1,650 pounds per acre to help starve out nemaodes' CoDtrol'1 I
,Food Scientist crops number of livestock quality being the key aim of and sold his crop for 15 cents ( and provide better moisture

and poultry. Informationon most growers. per pound, putting him amongthe )holding capacity in the Insect Pests In I I IIn ,1
Supply Critical, farm equipment and facilities He ,said 117 acres of tobacco top producers. soil the agent said. ,
and Income and were grown this year for an Cobb said tobacco is a year- Cobb said the top growers ".
UF Prof. on expenditures.The someproduction I average yield of 1,412 pounds.round crop and farmers who realize a good tobacco crop begins I the future brief flashes of 'cause them to be so out ol f GAINESVILLE
Says, per acre This compares with have been able to combine In the fall. light may control certain Insect step with nature that, the]
Job of taking the farm would perish. ASSOCIATION ;
Although Florida has an census will be in three stages. pests. Brogdon emphasized however
I abundance of apace scientists The first stage will be the selection James E. Brogdon entomologist that these findings do no! Of. I
due to the space program at of team of local citlxena In Hand Pull Sandspurs Best with the Florida Agricultural .prove photoflash can be used
Caps Kennedy, then is a call each county to take the census Extension Service,' says i to control Insects under. field HOME BUILDERS
for scientists In another vital. Each enumerator will visit that the Agricultural Research I conditions at fills time.
.?ea. about 150 farms during the three :Service. U. S. Department of

.That area Is one of the state's weeks of temporary employ. But Chemicals Can Help Agriculture, has found that the
biggest Industries food. ment. Some very competent and normal life cycle of one Insect I Attention Livestock Producers
'According to a recent University capable people have a ire a d y pest, the Imported cabbageworm
of Florida survey, the been recommended for this Job By HERVEY 8HARPEAgrfcinnral legs the dog refused to clean!Iply this chemical is after Jack! can be upset by exposIng -

state's need for "trained food In Levy County.We I Extension Service [off stickers if, there were no Frost has visited it to flashes of light lasting 'If TM ..YI.*.. eaNle toMfl
scientists will reach the critical would like to'urge the quail to pointCutting'spur less than one-thousandth of a
farmers In to Sandburs better known as If your Chamber of Com- second. s.w ef ta tko heave please
Levy County cooperate -
the next five
point during years.Dr.
R. A. Dennlaon. bead of In this farm census sandspurs are like true mower is of no plants avail.with U tall the merce won't let you admitthat Brogdon' says that researchstill ....... see ell tie keys, .. aC
Florida Agricultural Experiment questionnaires are' frlendi. They will stick to you growers think they are aboutto frost visits your town then has a long way to go to C.,.ltW lanMte C-,.., and
Stations Food Technology and confidential and will only be no matter how you plan to vote be eradicated they will call plan for an application of the prove that the use of the "new" eke Obese as ........ity Os
Nutrition .Department said the used for county summaries Be In the national election. In the runner type to sneak chemical abort the middle of Ingredient light will control lay TM .........
"J anticipated demand of the huge as accurate on your questionnaire However even true I r Ie nds along the ground below the December. Usually atraztne insects. But such control
citrus Industry alone really exceeds as' you can. can become a pest. Getting rid whirr of the mower blades. comes as a dry mixture or in may definitely corns In the future. OFFERS YOU
How Important Is this Information pellet form. _
ha number of graduates la
of them often as simple as Cutting sandspurs after the
expected to be available. ? turning over the welcome mat, [prickles mature Is spread I In g The best way to apply. the I Photoflashes given nightly to 4 110 ADVANTAGES
3 [ farmer will rememberfour chemical Is with a drop type
This fact underscores the unlimited Every or pulling in the latch string next year's misery because the cabbage worm In the larva
r n'' Job opportunities which years ago their feed grain But sandspurs don't get miffed each seed scattered will mean applicator. Don't use the "whir- stage upset the growth. 1. Cub marks sVy.
bate and that of the county ly" type applicator as It may vary I
await graduates trained In food so easily. quence later In its life cycle, ,
science.: Dennison said he hopes was cut back because of low scores Hand of pulling stickers and next burning spring.Is [scatter particles of the materialon ARS scientists discovered The I 2. No ....... .....

that enough young people can corn acreage figures' reported Once established In your a sure .way of spelling doom to ornamentals causing themto Insect developed from a pupa 3. Spoclsl consideration' gives to moat type h.... {
encouraged to enter this field (In the UN Census ,of Agri lawn sandspurs will bristle upland suffer as much as the sands Into adult
an butterfly
y culture.- fight annihilation with every the sticky peat The time to pull 4. Cm furnish heeling far sufficient .....tItIeL '
during the next few years to it normally would have
Is U soon U you can recognize For when.
spike In their body. a good kin, you may
meet the needs of growing ed a dormant stags
Market the plant In the spring. Continue
Egg every ends I need to apply a second application
multl-mulllon dollar food Indus Nearly ruse to poll until the last spurs diapause. Diapause is CALL COLLECT 462-1011
of the chemical In the
tries. JACKSONVILLE: (XP) -The ( .. mature In the fall.Chemical hibernation and Is a vital phase
Dennison said more Information Northeast florida Egg Market I spring about the time the tiny of the life cycle of many insect "
he had '
A local hunter thought Control ( "
on careers In food science prices to retailers sandspur plants begin to show 01 PHILLIPS s> PRSTr"NORMAN
his bur problem licked when he With a bit of luck and a lot pests.
In the lawn. For amount of
could be obtained to Extra 46U-4I ( up
by writing large mostly
; Scientists envision this VIKH
noticed that his loyal bird dog of patience you can kill sand- read directions new
I application
tilt Food Technology and NutrItion largo UM-46, moelyt 41; medI-
licked the stickers from hi a spurs says Dr. G. C. Horn the label photoflash technique as a potential
Department, University ofl um J6-JI, mostly- ; small 32N19 .
hunting clothes. But after several turf specialist with the Agricultural biological eontrol
Use thinking
Florida Gainesville. M.II
mostly lawn method Insects. Forcing CopelondSAUSAOI
-* trips around the Experiment Stations. I sandspur control program.Even against
( I gathering sandspurs on pants For best results apply this if you make several successful Insects In their natural en-
I I deadly arsenic mixture while remember vlronment to bypass dispense
Livestock Market U.F. Student Gets' the plants are In the Juvenile:are getting revenge for the you .and develop Into adult "ahead COMPANY ALACHUA "ORIC/,

I stage since they are easier to times the bun have pricked I of schedule" probably would ,

discourage at this tender age blood from your fingers while 11
:Battle sales at the Gainesville!',cutters, to .1150; stockers ItUTS. $1,600 GrantA For a complete km'you'll clearing socks of stickers. .:

Livestock Market Monday were need to apply the chemicals Just for the record, there are
up slightly over last week with Bulb Utility two Mid at two-year scholarship to the from three to seven times with over a dozen typos of

1.. head being Mid to M buy IIS; cutters, 111 13; stackers, School of of Forestry Florida\ at hat the been Unlvenlty -[each I application from five to spun. All of them carry lind-I In Your Heart.
ers. The Federal-State Market II 17.10. seven days apart Be sure to name of Cenchrus. plus
News Service reported all I A good hog sale saw 391 head awarded Company by to Richard St Regis W.Paper Poolof follow the directions on the chemical scriptive name such as .. :
slaughter cattle steady and "
package, warns Dr. Horn. tus.
cross the block. Butcher grades Boca Raton according to I
stokers steady to M cents low A little much of
sold too the mixture Leaving home won't help you
with week's'prices
steady last M. G. Rawls, of the
er. I' could harm lawn grass.If leave the pest plant behind because '
and demand for
| a strong Southern Woodlands Division of I
Cattle prices Monday: aandspurs Invade centipede there Is a variety that p '
'$ heifers Good ',feeders ran the price to IN St. Regis. Let's Look : ;.. :
teer. and "
Hog prices 'Tuesday Augustine or carpet: thrives In almost every state, : : .
117M. U, standard, $1450. Pool who Is beginning his
grass try a chemical called including the great state of I
."t 1150; utility, |12 II; stacker.!I No. 1's, IN MO pounds Junior year will receive tjMO strsitos. The best time to ap- California. .
$1 11.50. 11411; No. S'., JIll 141 pounds, both this year and next from I IJ I At The Record. \ .. .
Calves Good and choice 114 It; No. J'., I14J5; N,.. .'., .St. Regis. James B. GomUUesvef "
tie.50. II; standard III 14.15; I1SJO; E-H-R's, Wi No. 1 and Milton. "1., who received

Utility 910 U; stackers, 1550- 3 He's |10; feeders ran to St. the St. Regis award last year 1. The Boy of Pigs and tM lerl" Wall. .:> ,
1750. I A graded feeder pig sale Is has begun his senior year in FALL

CowsUtility.. ,a UTS. scheduled for Dec. It. the School of Forestry. 1' Soviet Missiles In Cuba but no "on ,It."

inspection. ',, ..

wN 3. The American consul In Zanzibar marched '

LAWN ** PLANTINGNEEDS to the dock with a gun at.his head .
4. A dismal breakdown of law and order
throughout the United States.

5 Billie Sol Esrcs Bobby Baker Walter Jenkins. ..
4"IWI1tlt1r-198' --
1 I 6. Careless disregard of security procedures
tj... c. | .... c.. in high places. :

era., Seeea.us SefcelPflHHS 7. Threotened withdrawal of missile, air force,

C.rs.IIia ::: so c .. 10 k. and naval bases .if wt don't "vote right".

8. TV monopolies for private benefit.Is .
this what we want to continue Is this
p. SlEDS FOR the Great Society* Is this Moving Forward?

It's time to use NoMtMKtOflt on ROMS 149 I sock FALL PLANTING

1 .. ; St. end LIGUSTRUM You Know He's Right!

.. Micraeeopfe worm called ........... or granular ..... OHM In the cod k Cutl'AnajustiM i "
attack grass roots,shrubs and-..- beeoaMs a MtnUnf gu which kflbMowtodes .
tall eauaing seven damas, FMvea as It spreads (1.1 gal. 59ea..
dale ..... ky ........ them with underground IOe ft.
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LA PAZ, Bolivia (AP) ',- Accusing r .
SAIGON, South Viet Nam:

14 I Late Morning the Cxecboslovak Embassy .. (APTran Van Huong, former -:
of arming its opponents \ .

Il Readers RequestI N. Y. Listing and Inciting them to rebellion. '\. mayor of Saigon, was named:

President Victor Paz Eatensao- ? today to succeed MaJ. Gen.

Anlac sal 22% Jones&L 79% n't government broke diplomatic ( Nguyen Khanh as premier despite

TM MIsrnne mtrkil .ue) IU *rtrtScars Alcoa 60% KaisAI 30% relations Thursday night \ ".,1 ill health which hamperedhis

E) .E::..: STOCK LISTINGS AmAIr AmCaa 47 43%! LlgtMy Ken'cott 88AmCyaa 93% with munist the country.East European Com .. t1 ; work as mayor.

\vnbernMurphejr 65% Loch'd 37% Clashes continued. Aa many -e 1 Huong 60, said he planned to

AmMot 16 LorUlard '44'% as 48 persona may have bee : t name Dr. Nguyen Luu Vtcn,

_> NEW YORK STOCK RezaQ .500, .*_____ II rJax Minlt Mkta .._ Il' AT&T 68% Magvos 33% killed In tilt past week.' ,,',,, Khanh's uncle, as deputy premier

.T EXCHANGEAtbott Reyn Motl JO .___ ._ S3% Mackey Airlines __ 044 AmTob 36% MM&M 59% Army troops were In Oraro.' "' :; and defense minister. His
Lab 140 __ 40M. Rich Merrill 17 Mead Johnson ___ 1014 AmpxCp 17 Mohasco 13 tin mining center ItS.miles ; 'f' '
Allied Chw'U __..._ MW. R C Cola 1.20 -I 2O Pac Nw Taw _._'22% Anaconda 56% Mons'lo 82 south of the capital, and the < ,! other Cabinet choices were net

+ Roy Dutch 1TSg .__ U Philips Elec .. ... 47 I Armour 13" MontWd 43% rebels then reported heavy ,, ,1 certain. ::
Amerada Pt 100 ..___ S3Am Babcock 36 IHuong'
% NatDalr 83% .
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Searle Gd .N __ Redwing Carriers _'_ 10%: fighting. .
Elc Pay 1.16b .....:;.... 44%I BethStl 40 NatDlst 28'% ,, appointment by the...
Singer 2.00 ...??..._.._... aI % RiC GrOUp ____ 3'4 A government communique
ADler Enka UCla 69%I Smith Kin UIa...__.... H Sperry R. Wte _._... 044 1 Boeing 61 N-AnAv 50 said tin miners "perfectly ,\' I' new chief of state, Phan Khar

Amer Hon."l.44a ,__' 63% Sou Cal Eel 105 _._ 3t.,. Syntex r-.ro, ..._ 5I : Borden 68% Penney 64% armed with new weapons made Suu, must be confirmed by the;:

Alter M Fdy M:::".":._, 19 St Oil Cal 100 ...;.._ 66% Tampa Elec __ 26Ik 1 CaterTr Brunswk 3'N 9 PBS 42% in Csecboalovakia" took part In It-member high national councji

I Armco.SU 3.00 ..1.... 71 4kStern Ind 2 00b __ 4274 Tech Measur _' .._ 11'41 Celanese 68% PhilMor PepCola 51 the Oruro fighting. It said antlgovernment responsible for setting up a new
A4ch Topka 120a ...._ 35 Drug .65 27V. Twa Wts __...,..._ 3051Vaispar 76% demonstrators In ....
1 j Baxter.Lab J6 _.-. 27% Texas UUI 1.20 ...._.. l2\ j _.__ ,,_ 7% Chrysler 58 PhlllPet 52% La Paz also had deck weapona. government.

Bfr-lrmf Ii:"'", _._ 65% Textron 140 _...___ 4644Tldewatu MUTUAL FUNDS ConEdla CocaCola 130RCA 93% S\ TIle government charged that Vlen was Interior minister 'In"

Bjech U S 1.10................ MM I ..-__ 34\' Affiliated Fund _... 1.33 RepSU 47% Ctechostovakla's Embassy: was i Khanh's last Cabinet ..
Bristol My .SO -__ 63%I Traiii W A ,....._.......... 4IV. Capital Life ft Gr ?'_ 10.11 DowChe ContCan 77 53%% Revlon 3951 linked with Bolivian Commu *
Union Pac l.SOa. tsl%! ReyTob 4154 nets who the "I'm not sure whether I
Brown Shoe 340 105. divers Growth ... ._.'''_';' 10.. duPont 276 32 government
HtTlinSWiCk ..III..M MIIIIUM.MUN 4VfcCjmbell I Und Air L 150b _.._..... 53'56 Dividend Shares _... 3.11 EAL 37% StRegP Seaboard 55%% charged Instigated the uprising should be congratulated or offered -,
S 2.40341 I Upjohn 140 .wj 10'4 Dreyfus ... 21.25 E.Kodak and riots. condolences," Huong said.
6%j'Jim Walter.. .,, ,.,,.',: ,.. 136% Sean 122% Dixie Farm Family '
Carter Pdt 1.001 : } ? Fidelity Caplt __ 11.01 Firestone 41% Sinclair 53% But this Is a critical period"
Case J I _.?..._.....:..... 18%,War Lamb ".70 _;;_w-:.. 31" Fidelity Fund "__, 11.11 FlaPw 49 86% Vietnamese history, and I have-
Cessn.'Alr 1.00 :""-?__?..,.... 28'%, Worth ltll 150 5444 Fidelity Trend __.._ II.. Ford 56SouthnC Socony s64% EnrollmentIn The Wlllard R. Jones family poses before one of accepted this sacrifice for my'
Xerox .._ ....._ 101.. the reamnn they were selected Dixie
00 aa
Goes Ohio 4 7714teas ir..mi F\IncI'tallnvat -.... ..-11ll FrmstDa 12% 14% County's nation u a matter of con-:'
S Gas" ."';""';.'.!.._ 33%, Zenith 1.Ma -.15" %! Income Of Boston '..77Incorporatecllle FreptSul 43% SperryR StBrsnd 78% UF Farm Family of the Year. Efficient UM of available science. ....
CBS ItOb -' 40% OVER THE: COUNTER _... 10.27 FruehTr 31% StONJ 81% Ag resources placed the JonttM at the top of the Hit. ;

4mbEng1.20.._.-_ .34'% new. ...YOU... .W14IIdIC era. 111I....*..5w11'5sn. M lilt... Keystone K-2 ___... 1.10 GenDyn 38% Studtbak 6% Shown art Wlllard and Ma wife. Elisabeth, with A high school teacher Huong.
CSnuat _.._ 40 ..... .. their two children, Roy 5, and Challle S. Son was of Saigon In IIM1tu -
Corp. % Not. ar.ca.Iw fA .IwaNS .a Keystone M _'_.17.01 GenEl 87% Texaco 90% Hits ( phflto mayor. . .
.. .......
aw IwM Mw.e.L. Rob
(JnfMllU -.80" ,??.?.?..-??.' 21% .1M...I"_r. fl lilt NAIIhI Keystone .._ 1-17 GenFdt 82'% Thiokol 14% by Meeker) umwr me we rresiotnt ngo>
rAnt Alrlajjhr: .,.;;........ 21% N Nit ran* -oNM* -MMfft ...Is MOirl. Life Investors -_ .._ 1059 GenMilla 44% UCarb 121 Dlnh Diem. He attracted attention "
Otntl &&aVs2oX._..-... 80% .lit.... cwM(nlMlAlico kw* bum MM (M) rht Lift Stock Fund _..-.. 1.02 GenMtrs 99% UnitAlrc 59% highest enrollment of agricultural by riding to work on a bicycle

CantrfKig nI.-T.: T.._-- 5t' Land _'_... 11.. Mass Inv Stock _._ 17.34 Goodrich 61UnFruit 18% students at I the' University Further Instead of using. a govern*

'QmdW.ua-; :: ; Amer Fidel Lift ---- ZS i lass Inv Growth .._..-.... 914' Coodyr 46 USSttel 51% of Florida since 1952 InquiryInto ment limousine

lta ..:'tM "- 1O'Stefltit > Amer Heritage _._.. 21% Pioneer Fund _'__ 10.21 Honwl 127Vt Unlvlat 15% has been announced by Dr. If .,
D t r..r.. : ,..4"enoaEflba. "% Amer Mat Ins __ 20% Puritan Fund n,,,,,.__.... 9 80' IntHarv 81% WestEI 43 I A. Brooker, dean of the College In 1956, Huong became aecrttarygenersl -

I+ ..:.:: .. ,. 42% Amer Pioneer Lift 10\ Putnam Growth ....__. 163 IntNlck 14% Woohrth 28% of Agriculture. Burns 'Fund'TALLAHASSEE of the VietnameseRed

Air Camera .50g ,. 23 Anhetuer Buachatlzens -.:.. IIADodyIIe TV & Elec _... ???...,?_.., 8.47 IntPap 27% Brooker the Cross In I960, he slgmia
that ,
Qnan'l Fed" ?..'......-...., .- 37 : .. ......t--.... '% Value Line Inc _>-.,_ 58 reported Million by a group of politician
First Chartr 1W 26V4FSt finl _.._ 37 Wellington Fund _.___ IS." number graduate and undergraduate I known u the CaravelUsla condemning
West Fin. ...:.-._ 11% Conn U Pow ...____ n NY. B: MOST ACTIVE: Forest Fire students total 4tt for Atty. Gen. APStale) of the Bahamas to query a Nassau the Diem regin .. *
James '
Kynet Thursday
Oa E Cst ..._.___'. 15% Cowfea Mag Ice Pb 12\ STOCKSCempkto the 1964 fall trimester. This on whether Democratic
I buns, Includes students at the Junior asked the attorney genera candldae for governor Hay Huong was charged with Involvement
Hod Fair .90 ,. 23 k racist .. It Record Better
?????????? > VtL Close sags
PJHC Corp'100...,, _. .. 13% Florida Gaa ._-... .._ 10IiI 98 900 Ceo Tire 21* unch level and above. don Burn. has-or ever had- In the attempted"Nov.

FYito Lay .......-....._ ..._ .41 Fla Nat'l Bank ..__... 14 84 100 U S Indust 12% up t For Florida The Department of Animal an account there.RepubUl'an II, UNO; coup against'Diem '
Ge.Tale ..$$ --' :*, 35'%: ria Tele _'__.. 2I\ 80 700 Continental C 9 off HMSOOChamplm Science continues to lead the Jobs In gubernatorial nom- but was cleared.

Ca Pacif 1Mb 58V Forrest Labs ..-.._..__ 25\ 45% up H TALLAHASSEE Florida' College with the most students, InN Charles Holley said Burns After Diem was 'overthrown-
petty ou .log ::- 27% Founders Ufa _..,_.__ 10IiI 48 200 Pub S Goto 30% up V. forest fire 77. Fifty of these students are had $1.2 million In the Bank of last No,. 1 Huong waa named to
Trace Co 1.OOb 58% Franklin Liftt--,.,w.. btu 47 709 mt Paper 37H up H record continues to undergraduates, while 27 are Nova Scotia In Nassau Burnt''the short-lived member goy:
HH Curtis .40.....:.. 15\ Great American .. :... 1I% improve, with 21 per cent less NationOn
a 47 300 Tex Gulf Sul 56%off 1* engaged In postgraduate work. denied It and said be would resign I eminent advllOf1lfOUP called
JIM Uo,_. .... t201 1 IGroller, ..,,..... .... ... '..,.. 15 .46 700 Std Oil Ind 43% up V4 acreage burned by wildfires 1 if elected governor and the I I the Council of Notables. Two.

Ut )9rC 1. ''_.._ 35%','Gulf Lift ..*.-...H>._ U\ 41 809 EW Bliss 16% up % during the past fltcal year, Fruit Crops Department has charges were proven true. 'I months ago, Khanh named him*
107 Te1&1.OQ,- ;r.,.,: r 1161%! Herb_ Jones w......__ 1554 40 409 Sinclair 53% up lie State Forester C H. Coulter reported 48 students while Agricultural [mayor of Saigon. Ht hat held no
Kellogg sSOa t.. ..,+......' SOU.L.hmaaCp ;';HoraJ, Int "';'>_._ '11I14 109 U S Steel 58% off V. today. Economics: claims 47. Rise Kynet sent the Bahamas official )I other public office.Starke ,
Ute 31%tKennauirr Life 11. 38 409 Boeing Co 60% oft 2% an authorizing stattmen .

Utton In- 1 Off .--' 73% tjf. of yjj jnu,,..,...,,,,,......... 0% 31 400 Nat City L 28% unch : From July, 1963, to July, 1964, Thirty-two women are among from Burns that the bank was
Ibne'.$ CM 1.00. ._ 21% Lowes Company __ I"% 29100 Fed Pac Sine 10% up % the agricultural students purau- By SAM DAWSON to provide whatever Information Mkt. .:
Marsh Fld 160 _. 10 Milgo Electron .:...-.,._,. 10 27 (00! Am Tel Tel 6t% up K a total of 5,841 fires burned 6718 ,- the agrlulture students, pursuing AP BmhNtt. Newt Aaalyst was asked. ....

Martin M 1.00 ....__.. .._ 1071 Mort Guaranty Ins 24.. AMERICAN acres of protected forest studies In the areas of ago NEW YORK (AP) Jobi ."
McG Hill 60a '_:._.. 31 Pacific Sw. Air ___.'_.. 32V. EXCHANGE MOST STOCK ACTIVE and This Is only .37 per cent nomy' botany and fruit crops., ,have been Increasing- much,I Meanwhile Volley himself la- Opens Sale .

Mead Corp 1,70 ...T.. 1 ,tlllIa Scblitz Brew ??? .....u..... 44 STOCKS of the 18,236,719 acres of FlorIda The highest percentage .f aster than government ttatfa. sued a conditional offer to with ,
Merkd 2.OOa _, .. ts Secur Lift Tr _..._ 10 draw from the race. :
VoL woodland now under tics might
Camp. date University Indicate.
Changes protec- foreign students at the And contrary
Natl Alrl SO _. 51 Southern Nitro __ 25.. 425JOO Fotochrome off tion toward to the held He said thir"11 Of Pecans J
9% 7% and a 21 per cent decrease art working degrees widely view my opponra t
: Ins .:......
NY.Centl! .50g 11% Traveler t2%
--- that will '
New Jobs
76,400 Idrla 21i1off V. from last year Coulter said this In agriculture. Currently 124 art disappearing, the authorize the Justice department
tfJa M Pow 2.00 _. ._ 55% Union Security'lr lav HUnJf'tlgar
Bra US. IT A IU I: Pecan
34.700 Trac 4% up H students from 22 contrlea art economy has been and the Internal prise.were *
Norfolk 1.00 _.._ U. _'_.._ .,. la one of the better records In revenue
32,100 Wa Eqult S up H enrolled India contributed the :producing new ens.tars ts service to release" the Information good but the smallest vol.umt )..
..._ S411a AMERICAN STOCK the
No Nat Gas 1 80 nation.
2S.IOI'Gt Baa Pet 2% off K that OUtitrlrx this rain fit '
tilt tea
number to Colleit which
hlchest It has ?
Olin Math 1.20 ...!...:...;...t t2% EXCHANGEAeroJetGen ODD LOT relating In years was on hand yes
Owens 11 G 2.50 _' 104" ...,.. . 29Malex .TRANSACTIONSPurchases ..:.. .... This Improvement I la the -19 while Thailand and working age population. to the charger I have made concerning terday when the opening auction l
Pac G E 1.00 --.: 33.. Corp .._._ 21% Short saiee _- -319.413 1M1 state's fire record Is particularly Cuba rank second and third.. This challenge to tht government tilt claim against him' salt of the season was held

Pac Long 2.40 ...:-..- IO', Aqua Chem ._'_ 1514 Other ._. noteworthy. ,, Coulter said, In statistics an the percent- for Income taxes and If the here at the Starke State
sales .
... 38tt\ Farm.en
? ? ? distant age of till labor force that statements I have made
Other students hall from can' then
Pac T T 1.20. _._. 2641 Aurora Plastics 25V. Total| sales| view of Polk and Collier Counties ."""
1 26 : -r0.142 nations such as Burma find work Is made by the economists rove to be untrue I will withdraw Market
Pan Amer A :''''! ,. Barnes Engineer: _._....:. 30. PREY. DAY'S ST[. MXT. coming under fire control
.... .. Costa Rica, Holland, Iran, South of tilt Federal Reserve from the governor's race."
Parke Day 100Pennzofl 21. Butler Stpe 31V. Market Manager Phil Crori-
Advances ... ...-....... 544 for the first time
adding more Bank of St. Louis, Mo. .
and South Viet Nam.
2.00 tl% _._ 11 Africa
1. Declines __ 833'nchanged than 800,008 acres to the forest Holley has said the Internal hits said I total of 5,_ pounoVwere ?
Pfizer .SOa __ ,_ 41% CInerama .f._ _.. 5% The official unamploymen .
? ,- ,-,. ..... .4 273 I land now under protection Of these. students, It art In r.tllw held revenue service his a claim told aa compared ..IUi'tUII
Phelps Dg 3.00 ___ .72,. Computer lei __ 24'% stubbornly above
Total atalnil *
lanes pending
Burns for
.I,3S0 of at
67 Florida Animal Science
Polaroid 20....___ 173 QIUer LallI A. .._._ 17"% New 196344 Fifty-two countiesare graduate study. per cent except for one month .least pounds on opening day
Highs_ 41 HO 000 In taxes
under Mper
flit and have tilt plus
countywide con fruit Crops biggest -
PubSvEGJMPure -- 3N Data Control _.. ._ 17 New 196344 Lows for several years. This has been i last season. Ht said the quality
12 trol. II and U.' cent mort In penalties.
OUJM.Rayonler ___ IOI Fulton IndI I' -1 _number., -- dubbed MM of tht most serious of nuts offered war "fair."

1 J 00:.. _..M. 41_ I Gen: Develop 0-- -. 4' shortcomings of u otherwise, Burnt also has denied 1II1s.d .
,. r ef the market
largtlyprospsrout Top price lraa
'-- economy
:NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVBUtJB, OCT. 29 I WORTH The bank contends thai the ,. _In'-Washington, the L IRS said. a% ..... far a batch af Cur.Us \ .
... It., '. ,..,,,f1 ... -_ aarwua.aeos .. Ilea ..... auto baNal price was 17

': H.1.w.: ..., ajtj aaawT. ejii his bees dews Bald -lull" that M dli ants far torn af KM Teach,
c.Gt.. graded because lilt basis. cola. ef tilt Internal Revenue arlely.
.5 Raid 151.71 149.71 150.10 Off.At Prosperity Blueprint ofcomparUoaltuted.wrong made any disclosure of InformaIon _
,IS Ldustrlete" 3J7 '14." II7.M Ui .01 In connacUon with Mr. Other varieties brought flea
()SNcka.. 522.49 '17M. 5I9J1 Off M TIlt government estimate ol Burns' tax a/fairs." following prices: Stuarts, M-
employment! unemployment cents Success 22 cents Mat.
: :
Porter and the rate of Joblessness In It'said tilt law did nut permit
I By Sylvia ..0 : Ik, ...... Infm* U ..... .. .. IRS official to eymakan. 22* cents; Vaidai
r.'r i- n comment on man, 20 cents; seedlings 23**
ITFLASHES Since this Democratic administrattot and tile major corporation Income could be of crucial importance monUdy survey of ..households the financial affairs of a taxpayer cents

) came bite office at the. tax cute voted In 1164.her If the price wags spiral begins 'by the Department of unless K war a matter of M
2 MAR I ...... of 1961, our economy I Fueling the record spendingand again, our prosperity and Labor. TIlt labor force thus public record "However." the Cronkhlte said the fall .oft/

AP The beta) It an unbroken cycle tf saving of consumers art foreign trade will be undermin estimated la a projection of the statement continued "the law In producUot this. year .ae*
YORK ( )
y4EW -bit Ughe Dee Mis5c4 AvnyssPreeles uplift and I'. a cinch that the. UM Individual Income: tax cute ed. The Federal Reserve then sum of boat ebb Jobs and thoM ones not prevent a taxpayer, caused mainly by I spring,
stock market Jogged a. election ... saakM. will continue late, we received dill yaw.Wt will aba unqueetioaaWy. tighten who. aay they want Jobs. It his lawyer or accountant from drought but thai there aJat hath
e In cautious pre Day 0d Hour the credit crews: to curb inflationary varies widely Iran month to disclosing any Information they been some taUo by ....
afamoon.pani .
ttkding early this 171.15 15 fadut. 015 1968.Uninterrupted ban proved that lax cute ........ month aa people decide they door .bh" cane wlndt. ,.:
and losses of most keystocks cep wert. Already for
; prosperity 01 seb5duls
Our record In the doa'l want *.
from fractions to !73.34 20R a.r thla 1968 exciet taxfndurtiona wo/ ,
were rep 0 u magBitoda far tour yean an ;
past tow bat been aa- TIM bank

afcartapout.aethleaem. .moved. up nearlyappoint =._137 uL sap 1.19A1.J0 A has M precedent advance to ef peacetimebustatta this dur-. Already corporation being dkcussss'further and Individual art- park Aa a result yean, credit baa other data collected teaaalats by hold the that dapertment .I Hush on Steel Price Ries
15 3fodu .been relatively. and Inexpensive la
t eq 033 more aerurate and I
to a recovery from "rec anon without the excesses of kKome tax reduuctioM afterpar. .

Tat aoftness. The company reported 4.3006001 Volume / 0,505,600 runaway price and wage I aueaias.squally 190. here. keen to get expanding, ear sales If abroad t b t a much atnaJoynwnt batter. Indicator ofshortrun 1 Lasting or Prc-Votc Lull? i i
developmenu. -
third quarter profits that has no We east both prevent ricer price wage record changes lids to t
notched Wan Street expeetatUrunllke aM to ma world. stont and fight ncaasiont via. lit payroll em-
markedly, at win ether forces fcyment reportod aacb month NEW YORK (IAPI-) Talk of a[ml on Invested wplW-4a a't;
v.s. Steel and
these) of U. S. Steal agar lap pa Cm 99 duplicate. tilt achieve tax redaction. This k now aw baste
ft to aw prosperity. by employera.Uttof M! price rise died down today good enough.
eg Tuesday. doss In the west fie four ? first ISM of ef1e.N! and tilt.
II'IUP"' hey lid years (4) lure teak prIIII'lInIto, the aetoal pparenUy spiked/ 'by dlsapfovuig "Ifwewertsatkfled.IwfJd:
r AI a iwahstk Undent tftnstnlca (I) Addtttoaal..... t. nile tile Mod N training of ear' pnyreua, thteconomkte word from Presfdenohneim
I Cedar Key :Post 'Offiw f < I wouldal Itt that, ____ II .. yowag and tttw waaklttad taTlw mant bee ISM Dad that employ Martin hope somebody told aeewsea.word' pre aaf".:

WI cssa. B would raojusra M ..!ttoat ; rtotogThtttypaofkti tttae.e II these tor ........ jo4M.eap .. th rig fatter and But the question remained' This
; higher a .... : waa rest wnal tavtrat -:
er total
.... .Y .. moduie.bib
.. tf aad
knewtodga prkM asaparativt a amats
.. Takes Job .Applications -t ... -- ........, .. cwt. -ell seal r....1 expaaking aaMssny to employment rid toraladanto- dau'todlcatea. Pie pert It ef a steel pre-election.leaden kin wka ta tavesrmry the other have steel beat i iUvee mph tnykf. .an- la-;
to .... popula- .
boo ftcetstoatael .
taw Job* Tba taeand bBparativt k
u.. "... .. ... argued for a boost re> Martin refIed r say athhng :
CEDAR KET AppBcattoav pfkatta form may bt ebtaaved taaa bwTattoa weapons ...... II er a labor tore with thai skilk tofatnajabt. been ,
being accepted for Civil at the Cedar Key peat af- a* 9a right tone and to She firmed r busk its k tt day he thai.increase to Jab* kat rwtly., or has the President. .bad prlaq, 4iwMwoutdl.
:,a axaminatkma leading to fie*. I right. degrees It would demand product n casts, increase UMoutput' (If Governsnent spendingprograms ...... plut glowing pnfl t treportaIIVMI $50.',

3 subftitute posftkM of dark II I economic statesmanship of the par bow ef warken geared to meet the So far Ma year payroll emIt ,. them enduring pause msntM) act hator
':rier aad special delivery Church PlansCroiiadbreaking highest order "by an segments and thus make ew productscompetitive ands tf a rising population to meat hat hrntna1 an The Johnson point that steel higlen

-3senger at the Cedar Kay II ew aadaty business la- U markets a pneperoua ..." annual. rate ef cheat tl per 1 profits, snrmlc two years ago II
4t Office.postmaster. bar, gMeraneof, agricaJtureweadd \ throughout tilt.world. Developwodocte It It sensible to put percent. CtIII. TIlt a It II sea peup has no* are swelling/ rapidly was

Undiae Wat seaaaytof ICeom15ssktag & save .. would betor etu d teaW aid ....... act ...... .. ... epeadrg In .beaatacraaasMatsUptrcenl. underscored Thunday when 1 the thrertatrlIr.Jft
ride lit aa..aoee.Mat 4oday. cea.l a ...... .. ea nI1" chapY k a key way to haep to top rtorlty to tax dp. m* aW tS to M gimp at Bfthlrhrtn- MM Cora. the No 1 eftKl

the stertng rate af pay "* absels.sr.oa adiiMa k U J. economic hMory.tX baytog af ew goofcbyMsattven aria aw ew private aeonat L4peraaat producer, NOcttad"IIW; July. 1457.1 adEtsatdINIks
tm> & But ben sad toatoadOy Bub rs e... September earaings bad Jumped
k HO hour. St MkteeTs tptoetgajlarasetsVSatahylsiaa M betttaf aa evarywban a aavaasaw to pat eW erplgrar
per United Mb r 4e earn subaast Acep.Eelu naadasastal fMnf OrataL lw .... 'e. ell ....... Da pa,sa. ......,... lot per cent from a year earlier, ..'
Unlrn oferwiM nepoafttoM tog bs 9:! asrabi8 we aasght al-- (I) .saarntot at) prfce and lilt ear awl ace/ wants terMb d rn l abs.a. ........ rising to 136 J ailllloa er 76 rents

i win fULtatarwaiaaT become career A pp.ioaats leWtokatoaesnatotatoeHrrecerd. wb Was -. ......, 'gyros vM ar pqn. mews ... ... shun,a common .....
| WPPWeaaaJ tl tlsaiVi I araa lea a threat toew .... tile oceaery .ierte. upward For the lint line awntha af cars OtAf
i :We probatisnarr period. Vicar Warns AnaetMag U) ,AddHional tax cuts lateat yrssfnttright sww 'This la ray a partMfa ban- ,vary ice this year profits climbed 56 per I""
I imun as* for ap p 11atis l Stringer wtl preaMt ewr Ikermul years .. spar ear priori "'plres d rr'ridve. eamm.AdnInn. + s.. evrpoCclreadiVdL-. .-:11: -ry nth I But the beat antaf aol lh.i" I'rft to IH..I3I! l4lI. a sevf- e4
meet 16 sits. a high" school at the chord) eej Horifc. solar mrtela .... 'UM It* h fir urn
ccaanmy by stimulaiassj c. are we aiming comaml used heal envpbyMfit nt ; a prrH an :1 If. sd6ssaaM
diatoma and 18 wUkowi. ApptV west Orel Street she ....iNaw wead4.IgW.trtk.mg 'as) toctaket) a breed free wl be able to duplicate/ tvWtUt flgam IN tea ..,.M nor e than the company earnedCvea :r'If
eats aarfer 18 may lilt ba at- aldltcy. N .. wd Iwaasr hsaat. to stoat art acMtMssMax. .... )r. :keg 34 yore at awal rated III .11 01 1953.
.atgdedtoapoertionreqaerlagtawttMrataM ... ....II I .sense ........ .../. .... wash.tlr I sass iw p.8dss aaretyweuldaftwp u per 3761. r'll'.c at, Edmund f. ....

( of a tatter vtsaV 1Gessth MtJaarJifjakr .... .a .rr .r aatr- .. ...... r ttnttltttr r pssp.rfh ... .. .....,. Bethlehem ...-.. aM. Oat
Ridkri Kip. Jsaaet JsW ...... ors that ........ ...,, r ear ...... ....... .ear .U .. .. atrMMotk aaargto-a U par
g11a6k.. Wesseaae and ap .... r ....... r ,.. tt16r ttti9 aay tor. tojgj, toag tatto abaatt :. cent return tat attoa tad 7 J par


,, ... ....... .. . .
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20 GolnnvilU Sun Frldoy, October 30,1964

j -- 11 M.I. H.I,Wald OS. A ACT I II LOTS FOR SALI r .34 W..Muf P..P5'P .
Wi. W.i'' ....,y ..''m MW IEAUTICIAN Xffxxl ,.ii win' con Apply HI pWM U WMMTlMmRntiyrMl A"OA.D&'ST.-O.. il 130
M (Mil > touMuixowfi 14 M W *>.. ........ \ 1151 M m..aI. D
Dx.A-DIt ToblinCnly Mm M ihop.ptrant wnd Mlilll to BM4IM ...... ACROSS T CHT. nana. LOT' tot ttattn ,........ I IiiwN.
M. mat C m,. Oruti. 1. Put 2S.Aaresara. ..... IOM4MeMW tar pam..ad .r
M .Itmvlllt lun SPA SAT C. trill ea5rnamds III wilts .
YOUR WANTED IALIIMAM wlHi' MI.. ..Head WIN Ihlr. flaws N Spp1.St.a
GIRL IIAUTVAdvlMr 4. Dlip. 21.8 -, uldns .red 5.111.
.to Tlttlm.' CraniUm P., CA1HIIR, ,.n.o COMhowl, AppYlfLirryl plaaunrSnvlri _II. (OO* Mist' ''. plw cm- herb- al= ana. ana.anus 1.. to Wit MM*. Sins" MtMMI > I 71151. l
' Mturmitlm tr Mmontmilm' con nri P.V. :: /.d ""l.-r.: Ir Bu1Q tart PR, 54517. (loMrt H. Senor. intar ,
MnlMirim' ;
37H162 Wind IMuN nt. Writ. P o :ColdneM 29.Shin dlr. anna.aan. :ana 451535 MrtoM Rd.
I' 'W lit st 0.,imv II.. ".... tw kdSrvlty.7lPRIlNCID II INN NI. tnt AVO. wad RII ,CnliIMid. pun*. .
Unrefined ... cuaan DQQ. II
\ I ...> SMn, Child C.r. NEED ,ttr tl'.. *'lrl Sum kjrCL / 14. 1 wMtk1rw 555111 .... .."..... /rsPLoH
,..._ Mull 55 I' C.II ,, APPLIANCEAL.MAN 15 Alder tttt 31.V..1I naaa. Huan OVER at O4rstd, 511144
WOULO1W. m. car. I'ttl.tta, 3... .m. IIlory II" _Ian. 32 King ol MtrlMkln. IM. WWMrf. "".. 51YW
/a, III cto.. M3al.PNwr1.. Peal RK-CA'HimlMpw.IWkW.rJ.iie. i .....,..., aInsany I.SINLJ. I.Nn'apro- MUun aanaaan. aaaaULKJ 1'f 711I Acre RmdwttM ::. :' illS did a55 dad'wal .
/' N .. rMl M.porhmlty M. ,....... P.rsDNN7.. MARY MOELLER. REALTOR 115111. MaSY alma. 0.LM.
.d talk It nta. A ooa.
\ :i S=. ttor. m a. I WANTED ,ran ml* routs MI.. IT.Kmbnctt-.Ranunei18.TblduicM r 111. W. UltrMrlly Avfc PR 44471Uvw.4 ...... Ps. ........ L wNJwalry

" i CARE tor Infants std cMM M. tomy _. .Plwn. tor .pot y *0i. I KIM. PM 2Mfc mm M Mr.. *l* aan: HOB.nana ins SCtS Mta III dall.Nthd'' Cs.WINIFRED
" tan*. F-.* ,.r*. Ni weton. WAIT It usn ._ Apply M rtondwl Oobt ptC.rtotl 19.Commiiil 34 SUITor SOLUTION O* YISTIKDAYIPUZZLF rmMMIMpond small and .5 e H. CRAWFORD
( I.MriiM d. Apply M ptriMRVICI NMr. .. Dilry fMM 411. tin lot ban* 31 E.Ak. lor MOM Mi pp. 5 r.mr, tMummf I
. CHILD CARS tor kiKM "" Small Pwn.Unlv.r.lty Inn IALIIMAMOFFICI 20.Compu. trlb"* DOWN 0 Mule new RMlWrni LAKE. I mllM .... *l MMnM,
.i. 1441 IW I11N: N 36. Oat W. UHK runt ASNI.Cedar.
crI1dnn h.nO sic lorSo"O.vwaia routs point jrro.ptag.
! *. ,:..:M MSif. FOOD [ IIIPIRVIIO ,.. \ mull lit /5.4.51. 21.Fourth 37 Yudor 1,Bowman 7.M....car[ M ACRI WOODID HOMISITIMims. /
II.... Mu.t Nev. hd ..u.vvlNtY.epwlarlCe. 271731 trwn H _III\'. the 3.Verbal >.FT article WatN Tam III NI Key Shores
KIDDIE KORT CHILDCARE W"'Int"' N WatS 51.11.NNt. ctllph warp .....
.; ; 11- wIM.w' d.WS
D.y. WHIt tr Month Mull N tdN. ...,...... t MMrtwinif Mill M4HIOH tor .M.nc., SSSw > 22.ThtiglrllJJ'HIghw.y 3$. NimbI. ona3.Kl .WUloir lilt all : Pay..... On hom*.!t*. from $2250
ml IIw tm AV 171-7 ....,, a.1m..nwoM. / pw. .Iofrrnng POUIvTMIMr: : ;
> and 5tdntdsuL aNll.IM. ... mnt. clw'.lOTfln*. Wit kitorMt.utkn S9. Mkka arm 10.Park M d IAL PN A. non-wattrfront $1510 I
CHILD OH INCANT c.,. In Drl.vat. 515' wNrlNa. and, 5.5 42. Son of Silk M W. Unl An*. I7.m> KEY 8f11or 3831 I
P"'OII' SC's nm.dlMM.Is.4 = r:=i,..'t:.i1 :: .bbr. Kockto CEDAR
torn* (M mortti urn' alit
rs.itmi "UI/ S wail rite?- .. .... .... ]4. Chugon 43 Tenqlnui 4 land 12.ry.Jlc UROI.. MMtHul MM III NMctton .
Win crM ...... MiHl, __ Ins .,.M. arS N '- Mr MTV to Marina Locations 1|
to touMMlMml city"
and. tw ........ word 1 Into m44. 5upalatlvt.ani tar .
0.1_,,,,, wt.CHRISTMAS. paltlnli0t lotlts wItS pav55. ........ war.City .
l'INYTOT ANTINNA other ending 5.Four. 13.limit OTtor. AIM tor** Mt *v.H.MM INVEST: facl"" .. ntedtd"'.".
SCHOOL IS P.rmnStR .. OM ".a.5lwtciCs. '1 18. t* Irnllw
i PLAY 1 ....,.' ........ ..* pay writ.mnpKI. '* P' ...... fII WijMIUWpm""'" __ Motel Locations
111.1 a airS 551 lie yscrNR GIpY.ii.IM.lv.' rAyvettSa b 1sit IM ,. -._ ttt.., to IMIIM : 19 lewd ..4 Nrmirlmr..tist I INVEST1 oeeommodotioni
1 N s. SIN ft FIt susY /.:\ ,. Show th.l -rly = ./1 O.lMWlllt lUB. 21.Up2 comb Macam -. ..... I
Y CHILD CAitl inalN.r's ",Id.ne., uc3 and c.M III M MN ar.atana.4. / loan Call V .. McCA/f otntt.L .

nice........lacetlon.., Ptwn private( e.2311...,..... refIt So. Sal: O.ItNVIIIL CaSNt:: ,, Mos.P15. :.cli: PROFESSIONALINS 22.Arrepte IN I IM Zm tor ...... ., DAVID: ANDREWS- -
.. .
1.0111. 1 I 24 ales 1 mitt MI I NW *xMM. ';
r II PEMALE HUP WANTED NURSE _/l2'... Tr..i7toIMWO.IM. .... h. PaNISM tw ............. 23 Count to MI. rM '. Pfd/1. REAL
sims W.. ""'I'" diililt/M J / +, traveled \
In Orlands .nil :
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:'MA'It..HO. a lcaaiRCnr air andstln.Wd [.151.4 tswpNal.ep.11p TMM* niia pnllltn.. OUwntt Raw *atlt jmnIM ...I bbr.J6 Wahrh.Rl P1.p.rtpIKCPTIOt1AI. At SWISS M Wwa51. RhwrLMM :
to la LICS151I / .Somi 605WNN I M CCI NmW.ty \ j
r\ tw S dI""" No hewy clean.6J at II NT MM. MiK) Mm-
.ln.. lumttw tff ._.. 3UN ?!- m11N ..NN ....,.... 'Tel.NON NwmS .. VALUi Urw hnUM. .i.r*. imtoc.CMI .. A. J
Rye I7I-S4M *r VVtllOOKKIlFlU .. Intl ...... Mini .Nan 55.11 ptsN w P. 0.In..= 4.. 0:= 1' 2 t! 27.Egg. .iMln.. Lw OM.V M Arcpnibto to MM ft IfMll. walsr /1,11111. \' I
swnina.. n. Iran Salary Mil PJ' do. 21.Mot ke1>. MI MM* ont tNN..1. ';:"ri3l'Wym.sTaumal.
menlll PM, lull m.'_ blc a11d.1clar55"k1502! PN.4 Liw' I
3 HICIPTIOMinPiyr.il day p.II voe"..... 11 dais pldHcN MIlt i..t.l. 17 T./1w" :' Oak Plw .
II-Ht" ,
nc.lv.klM' and MY.WW.rull 29. Foil UK
,. S Mid N.Ilday." Saab S mall L.n. M Mrs
;y Km*. AN iy .. I
_'n''"'''''' JtNtt3l1 Msmis 2I Y 30 Religious t WNSI Nt. IS I..1S.srS 1
14422224 red. Ie la Sts OAns .'.I. ImltMIrt, II. C. MOTOR ROUT SALESMANCAERIES .h .
I 1.1 1 HMP ,. law 5 wV WI I

.... W. !>.*. M "l...t. Mr till TrwtoK s2.The cream Pity I tavar ,,rt MUM ONI THIS WEEK ONLY I
U M/1. H.I, W. W Hilton, HnrNnnw WM m.t. 40.50. ". ew :
FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY ttm.... Gmd ....... PAnl MAN ......, ,n awn n._ ..... Ir1r5PoN/la5 144 MIN to >r crib" tow Ins HMM. Patters dos ptracttow 10x50 :
;4 .., ......._ pMl.'Ion l tor your -v5. 51111:15 Wilt wryCwutfc U-incn *ogpTr. ,
PM .. MrkmtmMp37MI42 I.ulpmuStmMt" mono Florhto' WMPT .. ""'. ....._. plains. salt f 35 Extern \ Is 2 BEDROOM FRONT KITCHEN'
11 *: tutllty C.. '. O. low PP. OrcutotlM DMl. Ida .'' ails casts /5r Stilt

,71 5522 WANTID MAN JI-4 _..... .. vim ..... M-UII, wt" ,M, I. to 37.Burro 555 10 ants Nr SNS ail ONLY_ : j
''II".. w. !mall' iwi to M wecmlul >'* p.m.RTIRD. ss.7 aj.rwrr .
c OAINESVILLI.VPrlOLSTERr III rauto III... '.r..,.". '' .r Mml ntJniMlM 33.Append WNalw, Oaptaw1111 fie4 5511 Lairs, I
Mil Fit 24502.INSUSANCI _. ii ,..../.. tw ...... """"' ti AP 40.Delhi emit Dal., Pr O. ass 551, ON OO I''(
N ai $3695PAYMINTS
ISM II.w. INN ILM COMPANY .... tMpirmM Wikto sM1WaM.RR.1111N1.! Nhi Pw Rise 21mlll/ t rN 41. Prrpo.lIl C/-15./ $l.Il.t No. Yat. 11 N.Y. Ill a I
1-- w ail My "'". tea dsbll man N. ow. too*fKr K PrlM pISIG PATTISN NUMIlE. '
.,. MMiwrr. SIWItnt 111 (.fMiin 1 *m Mklv! NAML AOORIS.1s lom,
pit wt.. ail 1741250.5:744.2/. =. 37.171 M Nd rvs.a, 55W P05 1t4v SM 1.511. LESS THAN $00 A MONTH 'W ; :

SSSrS NltIlSiS N Sill, cmscAat 11.1 THI lOSS IS OUT OF TOWN, COM 1M. -

Sari bmtldwy.Pht5 4111 I Pill cwNs.ptlmN.Sand. is e AND WRITE YOUR OWN DEAL n $

ctnli tor ww NMtftocrm CliMe,. -"0 REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED- ,
,._ 2.4.15 21 UvMMk i *.. *. I t
PE-H.Ip Mali IN 1. II i 1siielIR. .. VALUIr Id COMPLITI GUILT -

REALlYCOUR5E .."".U "UU"L' ro Tlun icHooCi PULL .LOOD.D cow w. 5..5.PATTESNN Pie b/Nyir.Si dslu.w new, lilt NORTHWEST c
tIMrly tMitMmM Rail" 5mmN, at IIoonao i .......... Amtrlcv. MHtr C.MI MCW* UN *w hi 4 N anti s5E0 apir4 laM M ;
C.II I ....,* tt vrtlt i, L. MWI O. .. MM1. jKkM* .ststsly 155 mllll w. SALtS i
...". ,.rl... PI. vll""It" 115 .' tat .. l. JnnM t PNU. S. TRAILER

UsT. SKILL' and HMwIdl' mM. 'P"WJJ: : Na COST i Mitt" -lfOtM. Chords III w '.. PITS i SUPPLIES ._ 2702 WALDO RD. N.E. ." I ; ;,
,. OM .lory. Apply to MnmKniMirinl N FOR PALE "V MHM* Awl's.all. .
WttdrNNN U IWPIP.MANINT Civil ""' ... TrainlntMtral.rW .* IMTM .... I 55111'' ..""TlPUL "'... "" '
A f PALM LAND HONE 174-020
IN 01.. mnb1, ...,.. CwriM ClMMf, hit 01 lull H-.eII.. ALIA. ..... 1 m..4lt..5.. H" 5555. I :
POSITION now torrnln*. llx.ll't. lutMwMCHIMHIIW .p11snl 5,15..4 "... 1551H2. May N -.lftIIlW Iles II
911 : "Olt .INVINTOHY CLIKKAMly Unlit. Awn, Tor
/-limy. Nmntn.r.N wills, .11I1"'. PS 4.701, 10 m i SUPPLIES
In MIA. Mm* 32 rVUWI H- Par kit l
r, Ull. Sun.14Sales. n ...... b/vids.

01." IN-IM Mliwr INC.

....L.SMAN "" ...." ,,, SERVICE 371-209 _. 41s N.WIMtt. O.lMtvm.IPO ..I I
IP WOMEN rHt..i* .f *.*.... .i.irl..*.. ... lm tfc* rl .... PMTMM.Or : nh n busy.. .M. l>cltnl 2' Party 141..... HOMM.... I .WANTED walk M lam. kittom.tour PRi PI Hili WaS Jdmi.b MN
Mn to d..i""a'"' $0 Smash fw law f* paw yM ..*........ .n 1 itaft In kuriiwt .?."""unity' ContMt T.npa Sul1 !!! >.tr MIl NW anit RM<. *! yw "uy MI M tor tat
Mn, Gamma Pir.rn.rt 1.15.1AI0e01r. : M yr .w*. i*ttt.f full *r ,*rt tlm..Y.. Wf .... I* il.. sp tam fttumt Wet 17H'" iAVI TRACTOR your CUI CA- PlMMIIMw 31 ants. to CHUM< AppTMJnitohf hw-.
DIM_, .... .pMrt .... rl..|, .tyitftMiHI..|Is MM .... ....*. pirti.l... fHWMM. sly KM. ailS M CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES /1/ SN. p wits. v. to *r M HOME SALE:
rMdy tw 111.1 NmnSf.PLORIDA Pawn wIf .
AlfR 17 With W..... Melt : "
,wltlnf a PRE 155x.MONDAY. MOTO". 'QUIP co. Mali. tmalw...111114. I

w.iT-i -I! .I. MO5, I'. AOLI' ;....... Wks tM ;IIr P..15,"ltsi Mwtolto NANNY. win, I : .
NOVEMBER 2, 7:30 P.M. i win onylftl"" en l....." ....... 27 rW I' ,.rHHMTKIINTIPICALLV M. tl,l I dime IKWX. JAMIIKINNIU. Mr .rat M51w. :I W. !...J tho Mst Mltctien' of compl.ttlyr
1 3 p.m. WNSd.VL CII ",. I. IM 71 Kay
UNIVERSITY INN, U.S. 441 SOUTH, GAINESVILLE 37- MIUO par 53515 HI. 4730IIIL II ywn ki..KM.1NIt Mwlli Nm : .condition j, imd mobile homes In town. ..
IsIS. tav .MM*. c." Archie nMM. ,
fl Ie..... (V InplseH.s IMA its WINI.... evfv-. FOR IALI '._ 11 m.. alt. ACC J J .t tfco lowest ,rlcn. Look at those fairtattkrf 7.sp.obh
Ni.bl4Edi.st! ... ....... w..I d a..1 .... M .It "....... rat. tomw) IIAOLI. CiN ftI1M SERVICE HAS BUILT ,
a- Url4.'i" L...... lot N.... T.._. "'......... MU -1711.. Real Estate Exam L 4131 NW MMiW. OUR BUSINESS:.. :;. .' w
21 Uvs/Isek s.,.,... 'J' *
Pint .M,_ In*. i 'II W'iAYI-LMi.-Mi: : .15. 54 -'. II.M aids BAIRD i. 36\ 8 2-BR Knox f C ,;$179S1 $
nil NW tm H on man IOOKMl Protfuwr, pntoct y..r.Ml .. Lh.* .....d MMTtfllif tot oW "
M.IMI pwtlbto .. rlwty : .. sill tMtlllyMIITCI HOMES I.
MIK a Mnwn II M OJ to smite tor Altcllin. FtorMtIIAMIM I I 50x102-BRAxol $2995'
CIVIL SERVICE laS MVMIH* > wr Mo fOc.l .o. ."
pYMnm M 'IMI *
.Mm..,_. Pie InlormitlorKn 125.. :. 144:55111441544 gtti tMlMM', HHtom wr. Mop at-mt M ill 45x82-BRAmorieoi :
N.4 Hails, 514,5.5 5 No 0<'_. PMX Otlnnvlll. tr AOKI. '" ...... cult Mill' t .....'. t HMM -I 4ii ,$1995
tr.nnt Mrv c" "It W .. Ptwn. PR MM Sr' ..Viioi I tst5als. II* ..... ....- d14 I x n
a Adams St.eR.ontlIM, .It NW nm n Ito,. SEE US TODAYCLtARANCE ; 52 |to 2 BR 1 Y2--Both C_ Conlina: $3295

This Wuk'sc I I SALE
BUTTS'Mobile I{. 51 x 10 2-BR Titan '. ,.1.$3195m

I I Homes Inc. Co.ip.ra j,, .;r'yut; iMik! new, from,$399All .

NW 13th St I
WN angle ttofiitiful condition toma mad

c : I ) : at 6th St.CONNOLLY. ,f only. .a. few montki.j lie \raawnabl ofrori

will bo turned down, tradoa ecc.;... lowdown

yoblto MOT KIM. Inc I ft | paym.nh'
MOrMtD _.. -... Many I. lily
Slaw ptom. 7 yaw HnMcin'
i .rlr* ... Ioooy. 3 nIl',. louttiWYATT '
GMWIII" in u. L '
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Trailer SalesPaeam51w'rMMI.
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APPtI : I OhaNi and Alr.lrsW' .
ZEES' Trawl ,,,'....

A &'W ROOT BIER STAND. Oe.l.t 00....Plrrt- Sine Mobil!. IM IItn. 4820 N.W. 13th Street

1107 MW Ilk STREET I W: IHwr IMO.1a173a Mrtot.1. |.yMltoU
Ovals. Pla.L.w.d .
.. W bd.t U-fahtaMd Nit hit
: a HUM .r. pt-lea.. ..._ ,... Gainesville
A tV W .Y lyaf MtvMjNv tb* OPMO S. lit dliplav. III C51lmal "'"'Ida.
I. .... ........ II Nt .It" Ia ..... burg a W. Nail tor 15.5111, P. ...
KMlV: ."Mtflt* *M1 te ......... ....... WOfc A *V FUlaR':. "= "= ::::: -
W. hat MnIM .. wRdwNAw ..d Iw T' HHHEEiBRAND:. _
0,.. Maw 10:10 A.M. MH. llilO fM. IkeA f PP55M1 i4A11' I -

i W It _....... tar .IwMk, t"'pir, .r ..... PRSis /. : ,

Mrrf .** .I.N.W.NI. TRAILER .

iM IMM *M SALES* ...... i I .
M Psls t_ "
7400 .
ft*, Nat W"" SPOniOHTft IMI j

I .*. IVk MIM. Vwy .Im dams

tr;:;/:.::4FM1I.JJ7inii I

CUE;; STICK;; ilLLIARDSPM _1cMI '0'''' 3ft'1Int COCKTAILS 11111.5 HOMES
Mr PM sill, YMMJ mil MkMtok Ml Tip 021 H W. ,3tI II. F
r IUT twin *** *, tot UNIVERSITY INN
IrlM" ywr MM.OPM SCHOONER ROOMn. I csaaal 0551.5.. tflwrHfMW
t 4LINES i* A.M in l1 PAM, .. *, CMKIM Mwrto ftrM. SPECIAL
AM A.M .
SL1. III N. Maim 11r55t IH1W. Ur.lv- AM. Mr INs ..... K 1. DMJ Ml I lir LM tor IK:....1 ..... I I .
Its t A.M. to Mty OrMftot. !!"* .MIN. L III PaytN 3 BEDROOM
*, DIM IN. HUMPTY DUMPTY C iM ft Riditr Ptrktn *rchMIrt. > PrOirIO. .. _11I_ COIl
1.1daNNS. M _..... 551i n I Nil a.w. IM M PR ..*.. I. M .. ,
.1IIt W ............ 55 .III __ i ate N' UIBJrW HAPPY NOUfi 155 ? '.M- *15 alread. 1 55. S
W : ; M":SSs.M t CMttdto alp tilt pAN tf I.Ul .' ni. i-sNb" Nttts Sit 5171 10x56
This tfocUl food Mbov MANAROI tllT"III?Y wit ttoM tl MMMWMIfNM. 0S. II Pal... T,. CN. w
L10 M iM1M. MMIK -A MtZf STEAK OH. IM .MM In lie!. *H tr cat 4M>IH> ....
*HW tttMtMlMlM PM* I ISP lid U. M1 ONiaMiss I".... ,
UN in mnrp M. VII. fj*. ''Or THf .
Mam .nd b opoiilo ls4.IS C15Nw aarelaLARRY'S ... ';" UCTREATMN : NMW ..o.LIANJ..... 12' WIDES ;

:" uiM TIM*'CLOCK* GENERAL ROOM GAINES 2 BR, under $4,000USE ONLY t i ;

now commtrclal advtrtiicn < III! Wes '::' AnsSiS IA -C oooo cr.-'. P..Nim-su.IKP M* CMk OUR I
OPEN M A SAY ic= trf.r': 41115515 MM. tnttn to lisP MMM RENTAL PURCHASE
OriwM trrto taint IW W w NW. Ill M. PR 5Yf -sW.t. pmym...f ..
tuly. lack wish ALAITtMR .; r 111'Jr"'IItA=. TOTAL COLT 379500
1 1e SANDWICH SHOP- ....- tor PJK. Sip M\nry | AMUIIMIM1S I OP lII11wile LIU a'r 1

fcCtrtto* Pton MIIP'N 5WP lirr.DAO 7 .

I now went ad laacialvill LONGJCAHTERIAfcrvmf -. ..... 0.5551NAIL AND BRAD LARSEN
PMT*tliM t ,M. (Ml Mto.1IMI'IMT. LAKE NOVA .
4 M ,.. HI ll<4. 'oMt P data TRAILS Ut.llNCMM
MM. .. L" .

bo offarod, watck hr, 113 M1 IIIIIItnIIIP Asa *, A' Cr W .pit N1111111as.55daYs... '

:*!r :1. 'NMTMRSTANOJESLHSJS e i t1wul3 MOSILI AIUaii IPACI! KING: :. : i

lit. 1I __ Wr __ "" : .... .
Wo 4 Ad V J ., .PM. w* .1 'r-.t.
snit Wart w4 tor VMT. V ;AOVOttJB IN' THE eai. Ai1. MNIe CIIortoI .. ........ .....
..... tol AJ* ...- :
I.iiw= .l5N S&RVKK.... .. DIRECTORY p aw Yw Lr 751,55 TAil oylR jM psli.l 51 Ina All IIAfttfF UAIIK Ulf :;
Phoe. 37.1411 MN M 4 ISIw CIO I1I9 PIN fl 1l HIM -II 0440iaw AMMma51S IlwlnC T. l W
lr_. CMH 51135 P5 .


I. ion rot SALE 4920 N.W.; 13th St;
.. _... ... ,
CALL: : "' r- w 111 1 5.r. I
{Z.1H-14114.E/ .1f ,: ._ .. 1130qamRms...Mi. 144 R ;: !
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*I IR>rlltdMCfRIIGILKTTNIs a MR98ESOM100Dr I' rllttllE AREO'tM' I uM-1 0 p MR./IMMaHE 1wIIK 1NOWtJ .
OIRR reTM 101101 NIIf11J IT TIMT g7/IIIIQ ply .rlra.IpUTA OY AS1 11 IR. Tlwel T ,

7 t at l y d/ Kul M LotTp100to cs its ,. ., wrrw 11s wal
a isN piLW 1 R i .1111 o2ae AInD+aNrtAL Au5N0Yf-
... wt. ro.T-PeoTt+cn 1544 A CAR
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,.. Friday, October 30. 1944GoIIII..II'1 Sun 21



"B $ Clean out the Clesett fir Utility Room New-Pick up extra ceih Poison to person ads are for non commercial uteri telling merchandise priced

1 10 4 ONES 3 .t $100 er less with the .tiling price Hated In the ad. N. additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that

bring quicker action.DIAL .

378.1411 A Courteous Ad -Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.

I IS 1..... fw Sea I) tIe_ Ur S.M IS HMMI fw S.I. IS : rw Sale IS H.... ft* S.I 15 H..... far ale IS NWMI rr St.coitt. Out .+ Tw Proem ,1It

TIME U. 3 olft CQN.I' ITI- 3Q3II NW .11'" .,. 'It I" LAKii W'NNOT' I ." "' ;.a. Y own,.. L.w MADISON' fk-I S51 bO,.w I CCS HiWe 1 n.1 IATM ON T f ,.11 .
THE LV. ",....1....... Ilp... w.51wr L dr.If. 5..1.1.5.. I3Jt 1105 ... 1I15 baltt ...... CMnhI'1 fjrri. Own .pevment. Mutt o. MOT toM < 7'I\ I T....,.. 00th, VM own pty Ie 'L11A2L III eel 4'm., If yen *r* IL.kitorMto U. k .
's. 5 II .pp51Nla.. M suw or wI5' v.i lor tI' 1.r WellondKopod.' MOM. 6R Ha _..,.<** ot IOC1 Nl II 1I./IIIt .. tot II ... Farm.
515NE3rp.. _m*.-Pnon 'R..MHl.k .1155 5 P... _..... I It. 1 (R. t bornt, .. llvlx.0 ,.. PR UJIpur>. N'''. *. NW BygT, ,... Avw Ml Nv tlih St 3n.tln 51001111, M Acreage'In wrl Lett, or Hornet, Inlno...

IS NOW. 11x3 NW UtH II i III hirVwt 14 > whU-otr nrKltlonln*, Nn6 Sly NAPPIN555 A ITlII'eH room MMret ""'"' room, LOVILY IMMACULATI loll' *. Call. Mary flikjeii' !
.... ..., .. ?
Park kite"IA. hull"It In
KO*** Md other ipociol Moturol. / $ .1.N 114,7 .. MOOIRN PRICE REDUCED II Rod ...*.. Wont. ...11. .
$300 down Only I .Lt :: t Hor_ .. *eUIIM VOrCw MAB.OAP.iT GRAHAM
MT cent on* 41 .... Fully tlrptld. rprlMJ AJtOC.
ond $62 per mo. minlmn' _/. Cell :n\O toM AIACIiUA14O l6 INC. lovely to" Co I J7W14. *. 15. t MmtFmiey W".au TO .UT FROM 0,1101151 "*<" Chlellend." ,'..
Do YOtHav.Room. M5.. 'IIU7... el UIJ Ngrthoni PIN T... jn etje Mier 3'.110. IchMl ROOMIXO! !IOU 51. .In luimettand 4 54. a HO 111.01 In NW "H
rKI.IIJY MEAN 1-5? ?TfF't& ....., 550611GI Proteuenel iroa, I beoraemi > w,1t, hi 1175." e'. ..... elvlnl, 40 ,
OwntR MOVING' i IR i 5./11 Nwu MUST JILL H1gMM' Court Men.r I7I-WJ | Mint. central. heel, prlco, _.".... kxetlM. luilnaw PnNNHlIn
A houw 'In NA ....'ion. Plreolec DI'ICT FROM IUILDNi's 1 h.ft Augvtt ,.. UI N W. a PL 4 PR. IM bo'''. rnce d keen Olaovt' Imith RMltoring lurnl5d' .011 r111,111 ?1,1/11. II "-
Kregt, cenlr*! hoot and elr. can.d aaw ommltilan. Pvrado atHomM c_.... coif with *g amr I yr.. IK*'lent hv cnllttenJt., W. Univ. Ava. Mrs ler 11411511.. $1600 wIM11rn. ERNEST
'"on. UK tor moeM. The cemalot Co.or1. '*"* K GOOD BUY
Apartment equity UK* a* beoroom I both fully 'r con*. C51.r """'IwsliS N
or tuma mortgage of lll p per ma. ham* with *;:ltont ikianclng hnmofc. VOU:LI Sus ,:FVlayyour Ill l.?. 1.111.: ws.l AC. 1115, 51..11....... REALTYEXCHANGORS !1:11': 1JO- amac R P Won.derfvl .
Pttone FR I."'" i alter pm"lUNNYIROOK Mil N. W Avow*. Hvgh 71155. 5Kla' 0d01. 'IM7' *" rNrlg c4' lIs?. 1.59. Nl.lvMan. aiptttunny fv
1 House to Rent? I........ list. 31..1971 '.. wlmmlM Pell 0r1VI1e4N.,' $300 DOWN ALACHUA REALTY raammg. ....... gee*511..57.5.
; flTATIS '
I 5". I b.m. ig ttoreoj* ana. |7M DOWN 3 .$. cc* nemo M f.tall..., pr homo mo.ownert pavmonie_ox,_utfo.. mart. for butlnot. property 557
1 _" .11_ clawti "'In"ft .*. owner poor lom.. and Jr. High FRED ore elence 111 Ml on o I'4 per ATTHACTIVI I kenVMm hem. on ASSOCIATES .._./1.... snS sp.uy 11.11/1.0 Nerws1 A1.H_II InIrN154 call
REMEMBER- pi'oncrv well to wall c..*... echool. tonced" bacnyard.n: \ 5.5? 31 $.100 Ii ? 1IT X IM well ,landtctMd tot to Idling ,..105.4e.,
Mneted. Plo. rom. sn ot IkU NvliTTHobo"i,75reR"wovii5r, Mt INN Avo.,JMt]|. Squl4 1-:; hm.w 5,11 fuel i mlirt from Gel......".. NOt ill N. I. l A itmai' WIN T5r_ or Cal 171-11-' M nihpr. ifr-rift "K 151 ONLY lei fIR T. Imlth, RMltor .) wyn D. MUM, Reip* LOT
vacancy : LASSITERREALTY ARNOLD I* OftNFR. 1 IR I ;w.<,,. CCBhouM MONTH ...",/, Pore AHOCIOIO, .7 'IM.y5 1 tu i JertumI II s UI lot II 1101 IIW SIlls 0:
II ".,.. .... I IR Ik, com.p'oMy caniral hoot 4 olr ....... 10(150 I 5A PIItid
j COSTS YOU MORE lumllhod Inc IMIng ell 00- *.... ig. living "... 4 din!'''' MM DOWN I bedroom concr.tebncK YOD-CAN KNOW Out gf T.W PrMrtyH 1115111 Call J ,;n.t: :
*nce, built. ... .., 1105 with' *ak noon, carport TV. ..... 17I-W1.
lie Ink 54'1151 AC:4 H' REALTOR ree. lfiHow will w. A Tno veluo ., !!.... home Mmply.
than the a\J that w 1,tul rrol Buy I7]>4nFURNI5HIO tprmklar/ eyitem. Only I kmt. to v 11 ty roam and fenced by InvKting auwANN.. OUNn
I III, CCI HMM ../-. 4 |I' M... ..."'.. .. Prtc nor* yard. ONLY tM per monthNO Irl .= comMrlng. I'' *trM on _...... River One -mici IIIKINtt '.
'I lor te'.. 1600 equity ond I 4JOO "lIIne''''. *v<.I. Pr aoetto CLOiINO COSTS I .1F411/ACy OAlOR1 with IMls fwrtft 51114 river front, one holt I M .Hunt. CCI rent PIN >
will rent it! P'yrrenft, ot 111 mo. Col onvm illOCAI MM DOWN I aM. II per mo. 4 BEDROOMS ,Imaoct pnono "41: *r 17]. CHermng 2N.. I Sills Cl 0001 M .purge raM. Nat ......* lat S i lot Km ... NW urn
1111; l'f N till K* MunMn I3N Nl anti lot ti WWW you mil tine nun* 4 H'Ido' ., Dow _""" ".... 5.. C." 17117It.
I11r 5 554 .11 dap wIN If VM tpaco. Km price Pip III! Mme In one NW toretlon e>**, I
cW'iic: : : I IR TbaHi: M>* nnt altor email down Av.. w th I hednem* I ._ cMrlhrot kllchen, CenlrM hMt Prr $75.5 ssot down .,..... ItveOIXIB
Here's what' I -. wNh paneled ir..lf. Only I .... ..... My en* lovely ,largo ..-.... Deerten **"*
Pla s It Lorgo *ndeiICI
room carpet
your A MJCkT. 111.. t ...*, Tra. Weil ,lendKOMd pn* theAo tot and drew Include, utility m...! In patio with, wr*..t tithpaal and Kr > 231, A reel buy Mlf COUNTY 42 .... g> A.**..
n rolling, ... ,. .1hI 50 IN SHOSIV/p .$55K.pst I.tuwamiM Pie. partial, fvrnnk.M .
JM Jo peneio i. 511'11 l| I 11.1 HI III' goo Call' Joint tor e t'tiego or IMF MA.roan. wg.Control. "
JMOcancy COSTS umlly' roam win' Mr*. A roil Sup N 517.7* L0N05Y 110M5 N 5.1101.1M0. cetteg near rill... torn IS 1 ACI1. / SON
1/105. Irg ....... in fcect 5115 YOU ASKED[ 5,50 551. 1 s. 1 1./1, per nl d.vm term arrange. Si Is : 7"-Sllm.ItS.U .
<>u'It"?In kitchen. 174-JOM or *i.. C.., '''. 1050 .
yOU EVERY DAY J. J. rmrv ARIA large i TRI-LEVEL heel 4 A-C Norf ocreKM TOM 5114 Cw SP ell'
IR 1 lam home tuMriar cal.NrKll11. living level with llrooloc. for John Merrill Pretty ".. Kit Pomllyloom. U. ORRINI. RIALTOR Mrt Cerolyn ....... m-un. _
1MON ROCKY Prevtlge ....jIIt.......... clou living. liaep, level tor ajuwtmt p1.. 5145w11 to KheoM. Mo ol Monti PIMM H. Or m. A....'.... eiAOVI IMITH. RIAI.TO ..
jintil it Is rented: I RR Over tot M II 122.5<>G. Coil in- ny tovol aeMrato chlh Realtor JON NW utn Ave MOV In tor PR. "uu IM W. umv Av*. p
... CCI C,1 HOMO 375070 w: 1.1.5 icrrtI .1JJ1.IPtlT. ems from adviK Her i a 4 ..... MulTmf LIITlNUPHONC onlV.i.on oown. II .
room nouw w m. fOR III! I.A Flw HUNDRID gewn on
I plenty at elbowroom
I if RENT; -YOU* LOSS I bedroom I ..... .nm from IIVIL Vry "'.' >rfi | Over 1300 eq ff w'th cm.- I FR t 14 toO Mr month will mev VM kit.th .1 HOME :
houw claN, In nits, nol IS11 .. I MHl l.rg. vlnf rown, trot and 5'r conditioning' AIIOC1ATISMAICIIIA "t lit* new | IR, | kern ...... HUNTING. LOOK
I lo thedy IfOtt. W. b w.tl un..llng' MOM 517.541 will good form*. Cull.JS71 PWRDI .M N"' 5,4 N.
: IS: PER DAY IS. ia A"I Wltor 51 111 Inc. PH.kU ,CMI, 17.1331.uQI.. for _''n_., W. guCKMANNAN ECONOMY ",
!, ,

lit ,., ...... .. IIH per gynr 710115 b1.w0.m. 5 CCI. WOPPIN JtHVIdMMl. II' usONALlzrD VI Sn5w EASY TO OWN Mo.2&3bedrooms "PARRISHPRESENTS UNIVERSITYREALTY tot attractiv ............... nn
Ira.1Ne : $51 5.115. p r1P Only MM low,. hia doting' coitt! X65 II nth it Only" K'". not ...,
5S .... ||.M per _tyUavper Mr ...f N W IIH Drtvew Vau' II 'Ills the firmer md I.... Ml ma. Phen vt-MN
Off :3100 A. family room I In "'It I bfdrarm.
Con homo. Rnttul living' .to ...uit III N Ma Pn. LUXURY Pare* af NamM
mg.'ivllj} LARGa4116E1 FLA. a II |r4)elMunroa. model.
pir dyMTpir .5151 11 :::
... '. flrakloc I 5$. M bmt. 378-1521 hMy N W IKNII. Owner .lv.Ing W M RMltorMclaughlin llytlng. 4 IR. t aatfl tanal.a .
.mf;. 0)N gar IVNTpar Nkely IMaKMto 'In ". Mill obi* town ... Ih I en* _,. TIC MOUJe YOU NAVE IIIN As4K1 5. I. PrSMIReap. family roam ....,.... 5.10054.
Mction. ot town Mer ecnoon, 2 J WAITING FOR I MdTMm, I 'or 547(1.111.HMJr. T. C. Dour IlIc17.' miny nine Now gttor 1"""/
nt. ;, HU :..rt <* 1'I.OOt. Phon >R 441H *r PR Myrtto Law,..,. RM'torwm. FAMILY HOME .."'. living, room eXMnf raem.ttUALIPieatvyer IH'!*. Plwng l7-14ri.
UNI, MK tor Mr. ei.nev.M I jgiiu Hirrit Aitocietatttl.t CommrtiMe. II.."" htm withthnM 1 5.115 lIfM1,, ,-, PIw141. '
":" 1.t It good red ...._* andtimHaca Pall,. 51115 old s4'/r1. S 4 IR t oetniTt car caraorlTCll.IMt .
And III between
Piper; mo. Mil per dry 1.h 5411w 505 11.5111' No15 ...",? 1515 C5./r1.. .IP tW1/N051"",.. I. Nw nth Tor. MM down to I IN IETWEENGAINESVILLE'S*5w"5 tetl hew.
home VOIUM' I* '* M Hli...
: pus' DIRECT FROM IUILDCR Th* kitchen net ampletpaca W.ltl... 511111151 buyer wim PHA linen
I7fper.... HM pv gay prteg reduced no ctmmlnloneI I lor 001''"" and Include, -I It LINHw//t, to.. tfl, 17 par m* teller' paycleilng ,land Court Manar. Thra and 4 L..
& Mac
*. I Mini kitchen' qvlpaa. built In range avert dl.Mtel, Gorogri corportiPlOkterrd 5. 511011 It 55 15154110I. ...,. Call OT Mil torIY madeii tram II14M tblil.... |4 5..
ISA Mr mo u 44 Mr dey 1 >HA tf VA. HOI NI 15th /. and dltfiwaOwr Narwu.lINr54 walls' ..... ....... 51655' Iwn'1 511,11. 5.11(1415Fe
'lOIlIDA P65KCM151np Hugh lower*.. Inc 37e-n r|. control heat and air condition.Ing o Formica cabinet N" UN'VlllttT"' +
Oil PLO4. .
bull up 1 Sr reel!, 5.11 ftrepian Oc.la, ModiMm 11 iare I car garage. Attrae.lively Built-ir kirchgngTgrrajirj IDA levoiy" brick horn* onlarg with. central heal. law Sill Mth Mwn Mug payman III.......... If spp.h1/4s,45 .. 1.1. ph..e. I''''.
2.5p AnOViNO TO MX Iavdic1115.ARNOLD, wtHH .... T..... bed.raemt !. ,, ......Y e4/ PIt_ 172.
roMln." Th ocr* phia '*. ...AT"...* appwtunlty. Will e floors iou' I. fllh Call '411. II' ylslr Hilt dfSN.
It ... t bathe large hyingmom in.>tti. HI
Inly 11.1111151.5I.4L I. Ir*** M.ulmH oxter Irentkm e BoIls11051(1111I with tlreeleco. ee arat* dining 2'r4 RIvd. as1111 T.51 ..

19.M .1.s; .57.14 p1. 115s PURNIIHED In Mavawt ."* for vaur. All city ulil,liti5ld ....... Fieri** loom plug gMlKhed DON'T MISS THIS

I or. I bain "' ...1_. I /..... 0.-.1"1.111'' ham lay groclout or proaortvCuttom beocnliving I e '..olr-i .'Vd,. TRULY LOVELY HOME
II,Jl per M U11 per dey from u.P. '1I.JGO.ot Huge F,lor Id.1. Room REALTY COMPANY Al Mtloro 0._ m ml. touthot
J. ) PINirV ARIA W hv
camaii an ..,. I IR. I both
_,... .ltn
1 PRICE or.' t RIOUCCO bath, HN5 rang*. Cent _.......family. .ItirM Room"..... J0> till W Muillole. 'Unlv.lilting Ave MamMr VI JiJJAuoclatM $11,250-$12,550 =-':1'wI I ':_ Mm11. .rl N den for ri Derfc r.t voor briv*'round by. 01101154 camtortPrked .

! :CALL.378-HU -hi,.1.111141515 t .1 lr. many llv ctewti* In ill. horn N.I. flea M.iW.er don..III....,.5p4uP501(451111 ..ultctwn.Sneoed'tiy .'..._.. JNn 1Mp51rl' Jen 5e. .cidwll...,.., .._. J un'vanity J. 51,15511v..ISM' 'N >lridi.IXCILIKNT .It Uttt or >R 5335.W00DROW. StAY YEARS AHEAD COMMUNITY IY
501 ,
towerkig live aau.W .4'uiwr Vou
to PLACE"YOUR" .m A... P. W. /Ndn1 J'mm' Orow14WII4'
? "II trooo or toll aulrlght. Cantecl INed/rl Monoy l1ON 0_." MrhHl .IdCOIkw. Tn* Muter luiiderMcCOY'S
; """ Hvgh IdW...., inc.. Allan mil I Mdi'Mm tloopln. iN 1.55155550. BUTLER BROTHERS
A GOOD UV pertn II.l CCI Nms
t '". | ""II. PI*. n*.. C...*. MMI I DWwid lalei manager, 371I..,. /7005 55415 .. 1.1 5rlm 5,1 lor Its 5r .1.1. ..... /105 '
I SUN RENTAL. alb, beautifullypolio 111111015151 JWK 401. 01.001.4 kM14dldH., .... Mm1 N 5505 11wa w.
kafkecu. mn LITTLl000' AIIA 1 SO. "I cashVA k<_,. iii _...". 171-'....
: yANT"DSr i 51741. 010 S1. 56 C.llIM MN. $$100
\ INCOME 'lIonfV "'1M"" ....... :.w" __ 372.8404 PHA flnancktocli PALM VIEW ESTATES
UM NW Jnd Aye. ki en* out. Fri. reduced torwiict AIV TO SOY owl law '. 1w',. 1.14 1 __. (1651.45
III MW 17IH A.5.ISIS MI.*. CHI 171-rttl. *MP NWIjmAv 5.151.,1115 154. mr.4 bedroom.. hu*.. OuliMa tit, llnv .
S.a; NW 4IK Ave.INVIITORi *. tw* koifti ptrmotaoori. 54sIIr174 It*, Only ItlrM left
H._ hr
, IS
room. Aittma 41 RANCHirte kemmltot, to*. Appn > MACOMA 16,000 up :
par cant martgoM and oieeu.
"U'LT' IN 'ON ;/ .11 4 hornet. NW Uih Am. eulrtttor OKend mw//yI an "..11""* 95 J cash FHAHUGH 'lmtely' 11 Mret *,... Lo.catod
... III''W. INu5454'51554 A.m. 1 Income property ,".."..... /1.w on Nowherry Rea. Jwl HOMES INC. LOW PHA DOWN PAYMENT
\ ControlPIMPLACI 11011. SIk510. ATIASI WI THINK Wet yov will tin' tw* 111 Own I yr| *n btlbnt' ,
MocK ...J will* MARYMOELLER 5.111 SNr00m. two 5.m 1065. NOTHING POWN VA :
brick cenilructlon., II;.tot. 1121I .ki Hi* Pbtoy. ....,.... HordwMdtrip THI 'JIFFIRSON"
5, I t"W :Miti r i I. m tatfKWtlMV ftoen mMtnrv enrvc. M. M.PARRISH $100 Cluing cm
tan Occupancy bator T"e"lg -
I ,". M. Dining' .. ...... .
". Pm. 4 kitchen. Lg '0''''', Ski (By Demand) ng and *.to. lull 005.APPPALINO CMmilngly" telonlol .ml,*<.
ki aubur
t comer lei. very ,._..... tor REALTOR NW 165511.1 w dene tot 101 5 511Meer mn, horn* U mix wim' CM.vonlentM ALL CITY SERVICES
a. ..'" or will llnonc. Phono 47llll > ."'oc"'. _rot, ftI-.o EDWARDS tor grKkw. 711545.HP. ;

ii"/ w. Unhnrtliy. Av*. Hugh I....... ItIc-:- UM return** 1041.551. 15. ..,111. 11914. ..... .., living NMIc Hw wen
7N NW 14TM PL AC IInwll PR .-..>lMimber I to Nonhweit Colnnvll' .pet o control /Mt, .no only INC AUCCIATM. 'INC .pp.lRi.g wm w*. wit* FERN WOOD MANOR
M tor Hi* 5.111, ttiot hetwto Multiple' tlttlntAtMC WITH II?.7M.MVIR H.5 wiyn* Hill Helen e..heniCare ,iMMry. kltdion on* pontrytrero. ,
,0101 AN ACRt kl kirk.. ... PMIy AHary Porno .* Mn..y to me Mrvlc en.
cut menlh piss "Including- pymontt" IOXM onlyM4N on IIS. _. W. Woeler, ,..,, Keil-, I All brick myth OriHe. 5,111155 ....... (55. 2909 NE 15th St. 11 hit yn Plttl jtrert let_ mUtlHRII I Irene TMr .r* mr*. be.IMMIIIM ...
Chirps,, Huron Ororrt .. 41.54
.. Move I : Ir.l nod kotltt tllre boo wIN1111 51111 12,250
.. I d11.?} ...51ym4N. cretkig 114 MM*..Com.plotoly 056Nu. 1150,1145141. Ral I plottgr wolli PLUS ........, 511115.1 176.7971 kxetod bram an I4TM = tot rgam. la.to ., plue ... 'II ISiS up
recondition, from |h* S >T,rtoJ 0 floors 5,4 5.111 tor fMoti, I rrio ..1101 ........- -- Sh"M 4'd a _lit /541'101
f''..... to me mat. Pti PR HtnWARNIK Formica cobl ." H,.. or tor i Mvrfv. Lrg Pi*. Ml IK* metier ........ N .00'
W WtSIMAN ReellerIII FORDYCEFEATURES KMWI p1cy. 11_.. 'II 55P11111011115.5.111155145l174 Tty Jam CIIHIIV DM g fennel ,living Mem wtomlty DOWN PHA
S I Soddtd, lawnt 11.._..., prkro *n< .onoipn NSW. 1I0e"nOH NIM4TL M II MNra/s 154111 MI5. 054 .
--) N. 11I011I11..- e Air cond,t.on'ng Ir 1psi/mom. Oily .N.rlW 3 5., 1 1511. $1.50. _. 5 rm win flrMlton NOTHING DOWN VA

NICe CI NOM 3 IN. 1 5.11. 141111(5115 PIS S5 I15c0M.hwnl. .r. ..:7 -,'.... otierry *ennn*. $100 Casing' Cost '
Ill.. LII S 011 com. G'o'n' J. W." I ton eir. con*. .1...*. |.*. Tn "t" ineM *t lilt KWMwin
.. perch 4 hill gnrego. L,. 1.,15. $16,350 $18,075 *.... *jp mo. duN M Mill 1.r. It* ortecno fw* 115 grego $ '
ocepod lot w krlgotron pu m A OPEN HOUSE KIRKPATRICKRIAITOR 'U-" PR SlIM New HornetWESTVILLA on* roor poll. will 751'
I well. Mony other oMroi piACKINNEY .4 A' fill, attractive, fhr.. bedroom 3 and 4 Cgdroom M"dg'i __ mm g <*lightfui plot w PROM MR MONTH :

5114 541551055401 1NW,554I1 N Horn* c...* to KhM.' end in* II N.. Men' 11. Pnon PR M44AIKJCIAIII (in '"..
10541..11. wls cuWP. Smit Unhwnltv' Air Mndiikmol wON I ** NW irm '.
5311 NNll :. \ c1/1 .. 1.411111roil WALK TO SCHOOLS
IIr1..mils room good. t erage ,toy* lunnMCopt NIW'MODUS
l4NY N 371-f5U NM SPM. Low down paynert and VAl A" 'W ROM*. 511. Rel
wuliys.0r llyllmr wNN1M monthly" pevmenlt D* com. by $l l cash evil KlrtiloM 554 ,ttIn11Y. The ularl.aiRANCHO "
,. 4 .' .5s M* ItiM home. I P W. to I OMNlTllR. ..>..n; eel GRANDE I 4 IR, Irkfc. Prut CoUnleli. New '.*..h''*,.
P.110. ...,. Octonor M. If 111 .. ,
'J I* log nv New tor.kn I
... t borne. otuv
N W. 34lh Orlv*. And *lhr Hmtlb PROM ..'"'. TrM k .*"*''. *"' Now Of** I Price. $15,125, "ZJ Dew
'.t. cS4N1wl 11. n1. 1515174 55. Dully 10-' 'NW Kth A.... .....11, 1515 145,1 r.011 14',

GREEN CHARMINO' I w..M.. Wail KhMlo I. klltlooeod Ru. Mr He*., VIH.H &>"11 e' 37th St. _big_PMnt....._w !pwut...* -toer lr DIRECTIONS Drive West I0tb A. Turn

t DEATON .,. .... on ..
Ham ol ,1. Vono I ] x50] () cash fHA 00) floor OiliHtow .. ..
I : RIALTORiCCENr bath mer .... .......n!. aeow. ._". otln' *. PHA II..VII-I CN..IM 1M ._...." I I 0.11..J1. ifw vw r. Left en ilrh St. er 19th T n.*., "* ---. :
Ill IR end OR brottleM room, MM awn A M SS monttily otyMi trie en* 5.556. ; .. :
'I'." ... era Kerdwood "'...t, uoX IMvrnu I I.W. ir I -- fcark*. I "HAMH.IM4 TO MIVO"" ON VALUE I ,. t\4 .rottien
I roell.tlcolly' Irlcud. ot II].001. f.cellml .. Ml* M. PMn* PR H4IJ. PemJy rown. ..... ,
.,505 ,It the houM ....f win' ...Ittm" cond.lion ..,.........'. CollPerayc 1111.154. N molul 14 m 5 ...., ; Ail .'h/ goowoMMM gaol Mrv l WALTIR STUtU -
\ I your nred hM IK* tocetlcnfight -. JJe-UM' : ..r H ,..... 711554 .: serNS.allf.5 ,out BUILDERS
by : Knoel 11 1 4 OwoVwgwi M1lg" I. I 5.- -550 ho/111. :,
hat t I R I F'.. roamI HIOHOn w. in 5/, ...",,;.. ... 5.11.41 JMAOOWLAWMttTATU e-. ....... ... \ Into lit' custom QMcCII OAIIT ."..,., NIOHT ITMMI :
I neef e N priced right. onlyI14.KH hill ,1. Ml .....,.....,./1, d*. Ills III *111m'11.1., -lit 1/54 Con, wow r.v .,
can I* PItA financed 51,1151. 115111e. a 111155 5sIrulIw 5'1 11 .... lIlt .,.., 55N Ii ...... I7,-51>4 NIePR6-3010. ..
I On* yer *.M Owner. hov* t lovely b*" ten town an* ntnf *'1. 'You at .UvabUlty. Th* pertoct horn HUGH O"U'NO' .
mould mviotigoto S.lr. yiu tor .... CMI P.,1yc.-375.5334. 101411101, MyIs Pr ro TONIC.. 1114150 trade hemee" 6-4302
1 buy Can p415411. Well IOJMM living. orM Ij I "We Orfk* igutog;< NIL J

LtcMEEKIN LAKE FORDYCE ,EDWARDS. S .*..* oMMrtol 6 ...... J HIM llroot 554 JII' Sint A.3. I.roo Novo J#

1 ,o.. bra wanting a yeer nun* INC 15111151051 51!Wild SOp I ;J
|iom* tmteto* on beautlhil M* 4 AlbOCIATII INC ..'. 15p..11 ,;

I Nlr.cllw ham ond 1.11/1.5.1w4. "race gontoh Portyc, *, .aaNerlervoy Ota I_ 1927 NW 39th Or? ia1r151.5555110.... 4114Is i i
I Mori 1.. \.14-- O. C. Oay CKtoy Cer > 1111 JJfl-1971 ......t- SIN IIt51S II' I COMPARE For Less Than $80 : I
> Hough 0151.15u1711 !
k NII/4t/11 room ,PlropUc- will* -_BMonkj .. renc H Lilting" Jera ReelttrI4 fa ..... :! j

MrM..r lyttom UMI W. Unlv .4.151." I
bjb* fnnlaaa Located h THESE HOME VALUES
MIM 1.1511 i lim llto: 5 nn.ih .... 55.55 I II
*f th. ,.,.... 1115. Qa.5 s,11a s N.w.N IIFOREYOUIUY At tHighland
f Ih* slid tor reel Hying en* I 115W14114 .p*""""* kwlMine t. (K 1CallyDtsclFarr I
.M>.m* Cell. tor appoint.t I
5 Fl ..17. ;; YES,

t ACRES TOWERS / C,. I I SAVE1..1.101.w! Court

.. Meal awl In NW fee* I 4105W -W5st n. ,..... I '1. Itikdtk. I iwilrwtiM and wIN b* 11155 I Manor I

54515.4r4'tor a hMutlhil and privacytw horn -- I Newly. ".*.!** .Ilk. .... I ..k (INMTI ggjrMrl, Th* kw..f *r. ..*.. tor fer mvaannr wonl
Jutl Hld Ill NOW LEASING ..... N11............ w15h. IMlMl |heel. full 111551. euvpenryIMtMW.lH.Aoe..
end It '
tlty' limn" en* en e paved .../ .. kMt.... 5.45h e sill ... bail Prk It I**"** h> I .
11,115 III .... 1,0154 M.p ....../ .parch IS9M I4t ft "/.,100. .. lot kMWj UM .S. t .... I ken*. MM t.., tilt
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or PR M4IO.OPPICI IW. rm. IKrlllc.e N 5.14 ...........1IIty, tlroo toMl condition.' ,Ono owner
DANISH modern wolrwl lit /i tot A : 372.74I
Coffin-mo. "
Temps I5534H.mod
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kW'ANEW 771.1371 772.7047, HUM. *IH*.. CONS?, ID*. II' H. *ni, I GAINESVILLAUTO
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14 15510.1/' ........ .., .,in. ,... 72 OHIctREMINGTON OP.AND PP.IX. Mats RM.
A now trie MM locrHk* ot (MttTrodo IIndtptndont '
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( T coli JoIIot MIrIIIo 11..1.... TWO KOV" wltb I P.11,374.1023.slow 14. On'new. OIlIDL.V MUSIC CO. IM* PLYMOUTH Moor otroiohtonck "IN TMI AUTO OAMIlARKLirS 2-doors
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for dotollo W. novo 0 ptono tt ffl
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VIRY aUCc."ul. C.II 17..1.' 1111. :
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12 80 ACRES OIL CO. W. U"'v.' An' 370.1371TRICYCL rlol wood otrlnn IIM IK 1132 100..

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frigorotor/ I mllM' out Archer modloto lea... Thr. wits SINGERSWING I '.1S1L414Di.V.I.Ches.WNIh 37 5.1r:
Rd, 131 per mo. P It 4-1317 Automotive Willi 51.. 111441., $151.4 n 2-8433 372.3005JI200 :
) : Little Ranch company training to oiturotuccou I NEEDLE flou' AT PI PI foci. AC. .
:Lovely I I ID I .barn boom In NW Mellon Financing _''labl.. I IHH. Cill. Pit f OH.B .
r 11 MUSS OUT povit .,,..,, Goad. location' Op.ponunlly Imltont cundlHoii Iwlnf NoodteUlKtoOMtlk
.., .. ... Contact Mr. Henry Doteoch, BS M.rwoki, b I*..* *
_II Ie" I5.1L, C.vw a for Ivunt for .. Itncor.. Told for
'j 5101. ,..., Citrus h'. PM ...._,. 12._ FR 2.5333.. : ovor UM now. Doss UfHf, sassy -r..*... > Spwt* Con
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/r.1... IIR, I both, Plo. 61 W..... ft % 'Iwo M botw151 etc. pot Monoy DovMoon Duo OlMo 11 PlAT"" we w. 511 10110.
:: : r" Nior orhooli. ;:; Mellon dlnlnfrm. bio party lo OMumo only I JUSmonfo PIN tt poronti roquMt, I1N mlloofcM T 110 oily M N.1.1 4051 ,
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7j *.'' ANOLI RIAL IITATI Coll Mn. Toyior. toy COINS WANTU CHI ClodS *41.1, *. V> !11. 11555 55 Nhr. Call 70.507 1554IOLKSWAOON.45 *
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0 J. ANOU. A5IOCIATI J03ONW5Slhll. I IR. floe kl / post HIS all MMOMo'nlMo 1.0.. todory worroo I.
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1 or tor STAMP $4 COIN SHOP
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I 101 W. UnIVw.llr Av.w. NW ISIS It. Coll 374415..
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-110 j. of town NI ww't NW I kr. 1 ....... C*, 1100. Look.Arau1d Soy U.1d Yon rwolh/5/House PM beds 11 cII.ra, 11.11. ..No. '62 ALLSTATE Kootor.. Ilk. 1961 Volk{ -
; wltsMs for'''''''"Ij elitists 51101 7051/5 113.Ivwy51n. 'r.5509
::-r MARY MOELLER. REALTOR / raw Phone 462-1564. Cltan. $775
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nomor fr.tN 1'% ocrw for' I II kordwoool. noon IQUI'MINT lint WWlllyoloy Mb .' lull onH**. MltII PONTIACS!
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= I Paul 10'411. lixl/AIr
low oo H. N* monoy Coill.
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.... 120 104050. dews.- low 01 U Mr montk. 'ORO V* HUII
: 41 c.IarH] PrtvortyNow _' N. !
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r."r' I.- OrK' ro L 151 515W 21 45. 1$ U=Iola. ......te.. All osol 555/151. '11 POP.D V4, ototkM wopon 1171.Mh 1-Bonn.vill:4-dr. Hardtop ry
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= McCoy lulldintoy -... APPklANCIS CAN!"jUICI :' 1. CORVAIS TM 60,., RAN, AT .
I74.7JMmhti ,NICE QUIET ROOMIURNIIHID _*..... AI mill'' 71 conn toU Oollvorol,. M.C.N WW, 5411.5 wwhwIN.II I 1965
= 174-MII NonU 34710.CLAN 4 *$!&$* !nm W W 411.uif. Tom S1yi. Hwy
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III! 114. ....11 dIwi ... 1151 N --. ....... Pryofo from MO ui BABY BED' IQ PORO a' 3.1r. hlrlrts 101.RWRNML FORDS 4OO0.i
monthly povmmt M7 11 ON ..1505.5155 m.. HI a.1 ro1 Pr55N0 .510 I11 W W/wotortraof moltroMi too*.(orrlotoi tr_
1 AM komoo IwM/kjrjM*'M: ,.ir. ..14151 3 t OUnworton' frwII.. till Nw.N5. PM... _- >' J :

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I P1141 from 31.1311 Ml IW lot Avo.CoU 4ID NW Hh AvoPn. in-HtJ now lit 14- dry cypnoi kOATwl ,* HJI7 DotlorIM ...... lift,
$1 for Sill In Irlondlyfiolkhkirlioodlf P.M. Mol HP Jahnoon Klckor Zl'M 8 froihly, kolnloa 11.4.115 DISCOUNTPRICES 1. CUMIM1. ........ IIICIIIrI. 111 S-Ooor FALCON Mr knmedl- '.1..... Fokwnt 1
11. -. 0351 55.1114.(0110 ore to*. Intro cloon ont only

:: low Cloot ': poymort.Mwiworltl CoN lloro.IN.1AM. LAROI a ond Room tllo tulto..,,... HMtodir prlvofotrunco Sod_ / VAIlMIt I'1e, ...... M....M..*I7M417 m''... Oflor l.poctet I PMMl MSC.. DISCOUNT !
II conditioned. 414 NI MPhono II. .II I toworcm. W..Y. .y
PR I-IM1 Wi UndlrNll.y.lybody. Zoroot .In otportoct 125 yard. 37 CADILLAC 11155 M Vlllsan SHAWKEETER ,
= 41.1 COLORED MNTAUft HENDRIX _1I1en. Phono I7Io4UI.errlZEN PuN pew', sew Rnis. .

II Mb*. ....." FURNITURE CO. lAND RADIOS vo*nx took eowo.or 41 will.HIP.IIM trott. oul W5.
tOW ItINTING MW Ml A.... of MM M.WIIT. New sill (l15d wI CHIVY IIKAYNl 4 INN.III. ,

:COLO.IO vII. mo om I IP. *.. TRAILER SPACI WtihnDry Mil 551.54 Comptoto Ihw ol Mwft lupolloo ,.. M ....1.... O/rldird. & BRAND NEW
plsn. ......-.. Lr/1. Ilvli, and POP HINTON Wildn Ory Mil PUILIR'I POTO IMC. ...,", tat. Coil I7o-lii MOT i.
1101111 110ssrn 151161 Mti Ill W. Only. Awe PP1 Mill PM.
= 01101. MONTH -C ::1z j
MnTlorit otorogo Mrrw Niwborry Trollor' Pork. TV li 'Al IIAION IPICIAU .".. .

1 05.ri till koltio.r 15.4 ruwnofrv.. Pit. wSh $011 NICKS II.DIO a Dcl .1LIVI50' olio INI
M loom
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APPLIANCII. 117 .. Id II 0': Air cent. PI. kuckotOMIO
n LI HATI, tkn our tncyllndon on>.. UN or oM. cor ft '64 MG MIDGET
5 .. BI.A Wt....l T. two I 172 CL'AIANCI to 5.15 1ocI1.W.Q {ALMsvh1 ../... s11arN ,t 1511 ., plug rooty complolt fo kool"orInotolloHorv loll ovor ...-... .,.."..

,\" '. \ ON tar I4MI INNSINGER IN4 CATALINA .$'.., ft M.AOVtlTIII 238 W. U.!..rfttyFR
=.tw.T.'W: -1 fIII'! nndOio. c011I
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4, IwnUktt A.M.I 11- ... -,. -. w $0I. ............ "".. 1961 Ramble
""31 1 ,. 45171t '
MIll 'Of ids. .u ... .1964 CMC CarryallLow -
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WANT TO MINT Oy Nov llthfumlohof automatic tram*
f yyL310 tportmorto, opt. or mull ........ I I'W:. T : 4 dr. Italian wogon
= R a === kllcnM ono: Oilnowlllo ...... Mlkt, Ollvor Now lowni TV AIITINNAI* X II Ibiolium'lowell, MJillroMroon prkOto. AUTO ZIG ZING eIIlen! _II.....,. .r:::.$...'. mHtoot rattle, hoottr., powtrItttrlng million, radio, IMOMT a nol fo
fR 4/171.
I i 'N PS1.4111.11II. 54Y1111111a 5115 Mlo HIM to Illi Mr* I IINIIINII end ferokkt. Air conditioning wild ca,.
ocroon Ml .. too otovoo MtichMM. a/N ....... IN THIIIP.VICI
52 ....... WniltflWOJiLD N ul.ehn55$ Iwo '
= EFFICIENCY APTS. M one) W110111115., M PIr.1O will pal peat 115. DIP.ICTOYValua I and many ...,., kxtroi.Ortf. $995-
ncinsanely LIKkTlo kooro IC ont iwi Owki. Ill end Hit v. Ply. MNm. urP5rsI5 ... MM pair $4200. J
one elderly OonlUt modm rocllnor' choir. _
ownonto 414.3153 roflno lody "In my "homo. Mntor 1 .... N 574 WIN J110my .
M II tone ... Ill MiUMd ei: Rated .
ICIINCV ikoro kith bedroom wim prlvolo both. Throe tae. ON., all10.vHN. .
= own- tod ||...M. OMetfo eon $2995 1960Ch /
ouly ", ... .. mil koloncod moolo 0 doy oonetinlcemponionihlp. koM. cnolrt, ....... lioetor dIll .vrolatlmpalar
::$' Por Ill, .... UsadCanBfrG
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1'' 10 Mr*. Melon. Tlllmm We 51111 oss 511. Lwns Sill Is 4 door. automatic traramiwlon.' _
.:. k..._144 KoyiMno Holonto" Pi.. buy all Mil., 51.11. RI51 ....... 1MIis..e M.VIII MOTOR CO.
t IS. 1551 .. '
5141 $osll d. Av.IL Nov.. 1tl5 ROOM AND BOARD A... l..siplo5 C_.G" 511115. \VJ 1964 Volkswagen Kombi $995, :

= '"a5tsNii r!M. 'N ..... .1111 soh..,....Nl". : .'r::' h ivats61em3 BRANTS I wlllIw monHo ...,.... I with ..... 1.ai NW llth it. I
r -- -- n. .IM 11,5 ml'..... .svral. ... } Matt, *Wt loading, law mlltagt, hilt l
pal hocu p11111w 1 ., IL
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.. 511111,, IIN ....... Mdt If 1sn .., i
r 511 a-v _115 27.11. 05 51.111W a ... '..... Wagon, 4 door..w.molls .,...

SERVICES OMPLITI mlouront owlpmnt' MwRMNPM I $1795 mission V8. air condition..... ;;
r ChMp lost tvkk ..... ... or com mMS.p I.MIiIIIa. ( ..r farerht.
I toct L. R. ...... 47H4U, N_ Wi
I 10rry fl.SPICIAL tu.. H > $795 r :

0AL1. 15/111.. 51 N. MELTON MOTORS lithe
Home And Business 1151.1.1.11,01 S.Iv.dsre.. SI.N p.Asu5i, de151L Wall Nor.Ny. 7M N. MAIN IT. rR. 475111I 196) Chevrolet Impala ;

11 lurse5w. .,It,. w. ..... wkrr tka arnllna 1959 Chevrolet lalalr

v /I.o/. SOS VWi ... lit st. 4 dr. hardtop. Extra clton. local ,on* 4 door. VB. eutomaMcpowar t............,.. .
-- -- ,
trad-ln. VB autoIMtiCo '
trt, now car
::- .ugdeilligMIrALskI.. I ..........' Ad rode ticotflfi Paw itMrlno .:
: M week t.raH $795 -
-, / w55l1s4.115r51.l1s4.15r51: 1..d.' .' .15 pt1.INL III>> YOU 5550. ,...... 5.111. 115 ......, windows end _t. put ale con- :..

11155111 370.111 ti5 1's TIt! :. room mor room.jg .= ::: :;, ........... -
m1 W S Nmn1.1S .= ..
.... ... BUY 011,. Lh 0r 410a !Jt5I..PS$ $ ., :
... Mcrtftf. Posh .. -. XS'srtRMflitf
a' 51154 ...... ' $2395
... vri MO.T.,... MOlIn CARS 1 .....k .....> whno willkWorlor. 114 I broker, 0010, 1110$?.
... M ,., 1x1. III........ Twwos b (jilts :AoRryIfM(1=L= lirtrt 44155.
Ira'U'LD i
RIIIw1nCI $595
.tf+ S c -arm- $995

Daft Iyr4 I Phl7! '. MIl..... ,II. NIa1u 1962 VaDuwaflaii . -

114. all ..ooIIh.N' .IB7STt I ...... bob'n VW. w1.51 1115151 2 door odan, radio, hotr local .... 1951 r.,...... :
15,5511 111151. .
p1'.. Ittti shiny *ilitMs 3PMA .17 $a .aeNlrR wsoSUM. 'w.v cor. Station Wagon. -

1nlli:1' IC'iT..... C. L. HAHROLpr '.1 VW

II N. N. ... P5 34111P. *ll ir -iLMoi .. R S1 151151. 51551 $1295 $495
fSle51 5111 ....,. ,
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.' ''Utl> ........ "'" POSOYCI t5 ii II''PICo \\1=-04015'. i-.....lWslw.Cell. ...1.1,,,N,; FLIMFLAMNO 0.$1 ItS 4 dr. Ffietnlii Hardtop. Local ana own $195 :
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a vsew 'M powvr ttwrlnt. and *(r ... 1954 F.rd ..
=DI TO.& :: Ouse. D..rs.AlAOI CHEVROLET .. :
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15V3 .. | .tt SMw MilS A.h111M0 tl5 .
om It ptADVERTISE 41.11.Aut. -- "" ooof. VI .......tB

:: ul'...... CIIVI'AI.= lows_ad d..... 1$115 dN1MN1m. 5551 a:DOOII$"'CIAlII'.1: :: t $2295 $995 $195 : I

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IN TBK (MOO) .. $4 5oNw 1s1111.L
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; DIRECTORY' _,h'PAINTING.IL.: ": CONSTRUCTION '$2195 ropiqlPon.

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i QUALITY AND REPUTATION I ." CD en c: t"\" .' ..
i Northcentral' Florkla's
No 1
: A CUSTOMER. TO BETTER USED I Ford Dealer offers the lI o = '
B fir G Motors Offers These "
To You s ---I ;; V" .
: 61 CADILLACsaraw' '
: :: *ps' H..60*.....CADILLAC.....fMtwy?,( : CARS, AT THE
., -' McunniMy n-. f "'
.. *2795 $2295 BEST PRICES No. 1 DEAL Ii I ; --I

: .63.....OLDS.
H.""" toctory ilr" tan 59 OLDS H r -< :r'g.
: I'ltlonin, II :
.:. .. |s2895 II t rfll"995 too** IN TOWN i on 1965 'JIIi -II

I ilSf'MONZA..."*" """","" M.nF .. .62, METEOR. 61_.Chevy .I 62 Foirlone FORDS, GALAXIES, .. tit
L' 1295 .1...d rr, 1495 tutanullc comMct h.vi..nluN.r.r. t-La. $1295 Mr0.N..N Air | .M... .d........r'"I. FAIRLANES, LTD'S, O:r-8. ... '

$1295 3 n
i 61. CHEVROLET.... ,.. FALCONS T-BIRDS = ill
.1''',' syar1495' ....n. 4 60 eyl.,FORD............ 64. Pontiac' 61 1 tit c 0 -C.
695 cNNM..de..rO.- 11.- _. sure,,Mercury.em._., IIr.._.. & MUSTANGS II fo
Maw, wemni" dNM.M.. ... ... $ : PIlII II
.5N.4e. 1400. =:: -.._. -'"
i IlIIIift''so-_FORD. VI. ''''''''"''e _60,.. DODGE clot" ."- $1295 i
''' Nr'dIM' MM,, sir $3095 II ; I
:-"IIII''Ion.$795-- ..._.__. tend/L.i.I.'$795 I 70 ..

'' :Jt B"EII'. '56 "62_.Rambler.-_.' M I.,. :42:-Comet. .., w',.... 40 PLUSIN 1 i
: Aw :"' .1 .'Volkswagen Mt.
iiK $li95$1295
011'c .
895.---- ._.. 595 STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM P4 A '

S GMAC"FINANCING 63 .Ford .51.. Chevy
.I..15 Mfc *MM H.v. :
S 15. 01 lr OMItlm "OHw yours' In-,Drive<'dS'out".NEW 0 '
S. H-.CLOSID SUNDAYSBfMOTO'R $1999 $1295 iCj'

CO. | 62 Rambler H ,
: w lr
, r 2001 N.W. 13th ST( ... FR.6-7515 .dir..de.r...N.n..ria. -., .Nr1....... II. MMWwi ,
.. ": $1195 -

I HAWES-POWERS "MOTOR $1795. 61.Renault 11 II I
.. ""
.r Chevy ...... 1595 '
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SMITTY *itld.ir.....!..*..*"'*'.... or LAST CHANCE
SEZ: .-........ 1 to rtgiittr. for. .
I:. $2395 -59- Renault nlTITIL
$445 '1Ifllilicr "
wnmNN r.r..l I.r I 61 Chevy LIMY
: "I 1 still say $1295 1"""',.J:Filer V Sdiw (It'. the' best your
:: if you don't 1INw." zssrjtt' ski FORD Jet to go'IORD! 1961 SIMCA '" '1 '

,Ilk. our ,Ir.S2.ear_, .Chevy.........,..HMT w/.mrk N..r15p $1695 EFORIYOU Drawing will ba
prices make d,'"15 62c..A..In g. Ford USIt'D held Sat., Oct. 31st
its en offer, tryar77to $1895 $1295 :, CAR CHECK (Halloween) at
tl. ehea" ; OUR LARGE IN.
,63. Mercury 5:30 p.m.f You da
from." a.Mow.. Nr... II' S2 Mercedes 'I
- ciN ir15 nJVINTOIVa
not have to be
$2895 $2695 FRICES. ..
y present to wind!

|58 PLYMOUTH ': automatic 64.....TR.... ....4...,. .?.. gn_vw. 4ma We guarantee to
[fen,' radio, Meter-. ........... 395 -'$2795 c $1095 ava you money!II! "RII.
'59 CHEVROLET 2 door. 6J .TI 58:VW
C cyl., radio, hMttr..,..... ...:. JAO .Mk. .w MNr. ,.. .....

'60 DODGE 4 door; power .teens.. "$2295 $695 '63 FORD $,tI9S lIA of2ls TUM} .
automatic \ = '
tan.i74S 59 Hi9hmisnmN. M
a.i..i.p. radio, hooter, VI. .. 63 Chevy FOd CIi DRENINotes
$495 .
,.... e* .
4"doe,...t''"e.... ,..-.11.--.0-.,. -,... Must ba taaampanted by rent t
60 CHEVROLET ... .. .. "'- '
rs aer s .rI. 62 Poncho L CHEVY

:.w:r-brakt:ndi*:.kMtar.:Vs:i. 945 62 $2195 Plymouth. ....2".. i tr" :$199C, PLUS .:FREE, ,,W"; 'Qf( ". !

'60 RAMBLER ::e.:Ki s49s .=... =..::.'":.':. 65 Mvsranf Mj ii MM-jHMH- 4 "'
rMi$1395 rH Hour "-..SUT4- .... '62 CORVAIR t395 ,8 EXAMPLES} OF I.dDRt'fAft., ,
s. 4 Ir. S
.'61 PLYMOUTH :L::'te$795 SUT4$2995 ........ ..... N CAR INVENTORY ,OF BUYS!

4.door.eutanaa 63&Z3X Chevy.. *"*.. 63 Sunbeam. .
,. i
61 RAMBLER; trammimiM.. $ Mew Md' FALCON 57 HEV. ,:,. = $2:99
-radio.' .,,hooter. ,sharp.. ...,..,..... 995 $2495 $2195 62 **-* r" >**ej" *m, $ 045 N.dnd :

'61VUIANTIA = doss :: ....* 63 Ford .... 59 Ford ;
;' $ m. Ml Mw. Sir *4nr_. 56 FORD ::---K 199N.wN
.......r.die.hooter..Ic. ...... 89S I $23; $995 -

./.O i I JAR 4..rfMr'......*.Mt..<.M...*...**-.p. 63 OtaVmeWe 63 CatfHfac SPECIAL.,60FORD !63 '(HEVY II .. $1'"
pied, radio. kMttr,.""" ......... '= IMW VWfc lMA m M "
air c4ltl4l1tiett... ............. .12'.5 6S' $4495 ....... :

I '62.EAMLANE' rSOO" 4 dos., ..... $ 60 Vamnall 3' 64 FEAT ;:2--$13.99:
patio tape 5. Ford "" -
radio, lath, ,..... .
VI. ..... ...... .....,......1295 11 r M* $495 foRD v Nrw$
$12's. f 61. .. $945 61 OLDS :!E t2"
CNwi .... wsY ,. :osBuiK .: '.
'62 UMKMAlvtwiMtic ..... .power. The New w w
... :. .. 63 Ford, 1 ,.,,
.... traiiMBtfMitBi.. ,. radio.*.. .Si 2ff5 wow ew.w. w 60 .Flat .. ...... 60 !f'f:.I..r. $1399
; #. .................---,,--. "to"*-* Ml. m r r61 CORVAIR .$f j JC .rN ,
$1095 r MM. Mr A
%63 VOLVO ter: radio, '1"5 < I | TOF : .
,r 63 Chevy. 61 AsfciMMHv 59 MERC .:...:....M:...II........ S999
... Nwfc MHT .KMI.... -
1100 4. '' ta>M.
'63 FIAT ....... ......"...; 1095 $2395 $1195 r FALCON '

'63' TAUAMT. 2 door.. ......... 60 .......w. .. 5545 53 FORD ::=:$ rN $ft.. .
In 'n '
radio. .....,. ....,. I 1595 I i llaftlicentrel Florida's N. I Independent Dialer t : '.11
|,see.J., L SMITH. WIUUK SLIGH. PAUL -:"' I, ",
:_IAINITT.HANK CtAY. \4; '\ '

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CO. i 201 N. MAIN ST. 1 open 'MN M.ndey'I4ty Frfdey AUTOS. '-/1. '" '

I! '" 238. W. UiJvtrty A,..
YA&.WfYoCIII1'ILII-A'1IMC 1 In The Auto Game Borkfe/ The Norn.' ". 11'
2 N. MAIN ST. PR6-M60 PI R 1r1373--Op..Oily Til 9 Sa Tfl< 'Iwiii. FR '-5371 Acres from the ihepping Center ",,;;.'"



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2 i 8IG'D4 ASI. I MUCH*
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( 4 Sun carrier David Father received rannerap tro- '' I
*'phy from Sheriff Dale Canon of Duval County fat tnii ti I 3'. SPEED, Wo'ro practically giving. ,,you- the :

*r Florida Newsboy Award Program., .. "SHOP TONIGHT I TIL 9. P.M. I I PORTABLEMIXER thlrf off 'our bock during this :

j Sun Carrier David Feather win .Nlg\ iff f* lpM. l!' Special' r Sato.: All, .
Saturday, Til .. : :::
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Newsboy Contest Runnerup ':,,:f..1 l i,' .\g, 't't 0. I : pricM are to. pisces,' '.

IuD"earrllr' ti'the' r' Many items ore ot cost.
Debt" the Junior division Florida

I" t son ot Mr. and'.'$rL ealJler'l Newspaperboy' Awards n. i'-lH .68 :
ert Feather wss program : "
,weekend ai first He was awarded a trophy i I' 'GIV..AWU M.DU"'S ,' Thq, Como oarly and avoid thocrowds. ;"

... and ISO bond In ceremonies at F. R j".v.un.1 I '. ro1C1 ONLY brit All Fomout-Namo lrond'" p
Silver Springs. .. ._ au....... ,.)..,.... .. .... '.
frto l .11 end
:: Sponsor of the 'program Is .... ....... ::::S,.
,, 'Today 4M I* mtimt wh Appliances priced.for a .sell-out., (
the Florida Dally. NewspaperAssn. J A : ..: ...ow t*. Mrvlc..* ...;1:010 anti. ,
;1 In History David. received" his citation, Wl pfMMCt ........elwill...... J EBUV, .NOW.AHDYJ! ;

\I.,' By,TSE AMOOATED PRESS Dale Sunday Carson from, a'Duval former Sheriff news- PLUMP JUICY'f I"E' Y HAMrtrON :\ f

; TodaY b Friday, Oct. 30, the boy. READY ;
I'', JMth daf of 19M Then are a Following the program the OVEN k \ BEACH '- .

,days. left In the year., the newsboys were the guests .
Tnrfiv'i Mahllffht In hlitorv.Onthl of Sliver Springs. ': 'MeDUFF1 I
t date ht 110. Mrs. William 'GIVIS YOU ,
Astor died at her home at -DILICIOUS :
441 Fifth Avenue New York. TURRITAt
\ BIT pasting marked the end of. ; MAKER ON EVERYITEM -
J asocial dynasty SOLUTCLYFRBOP .
:On this date : Special It! #
In 1U2, Adm. William Habey ANY ,
"Je..was born; he died In UW3n .i EXTRA i'I' IN OUR STORES!
\ 18J3, the Columbian Expotltlon CHAR6I 9991 j
closed In Chicago
ra1WMYIftJ '
t3n HO, Benlto Mussolini's L'YOUHSUY .. ., "_ a THOUSANDS OF- ,DOLLARS WORTH ''
bloodless capture of Borne wu THIS UAIANT IMOVIOIme I < '
completed and be became preTfla Te syotect,'yot* trttproptity end .. I. oJ A R T Riri. IXCIfTI". ANDP OP:MERCHANDISE AT McDUFF'S .!..
ot Italy. I from race BAM.
storm damog terrA.N. .
pOh Utt, an Army Air Force ttt m InipKt your trees end I I I'Ml/ IIDUrrtIITadl'G' :'TO ,
Htmber arecordWashington, grounds lions such for ail haiordoui. andl. r .: Q" t irtS PRICE-BUSTIW. .tRICESI F !
eompMlnff .
Dead tries or branchtt ever i PRODUCT UARANTIIRCA '
world flight, covering J4.TOO hove driveway; branches j' ClIITI"C"I, :
one*. toe ewer'tV, enMnnae,.... 0 ; 41 r I \ It t MIOIL IsM'I

Ten years announced ago.-President the United IIsenhower .,. ',Tree. SuifsrfFm I I'1 I '' HOTPOJNT' : 1

States would send more than IrtliiieMeVgeMBM : VICTORALL
.. til million worth'or surphii H .,' : t -
foods to Europe to aid victimsof ..AUTOMATIC'RANGE
summer floods: :
-,Five'Tears agoTwentyeli >T M>Mr I IPh. CHANNEL .. 1
persons were killed In the crash
of a Piedmont Airlines DO ... I7C-2MI

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