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: November 1, 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 )
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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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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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J Why No New Voter List for the Local COP? I._

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By NORM LA COB, Son Staff Writer
Alachua County officials admit a piled, Weston said. also Is charged with selling the lists at not less than the cost of production ICE
date list of registered voters to Republican charge they would not tell an up-to- A list is available of voters registered up to the May primary ectlans. and putting the proceeds back into the county: funds. .

cause no such list has been made up for sale campaigners to but say It Is be- It Is 390 pages long, and is sold by. the county commission for 37.54 each Under Florida's permanent registration law, normal procedure Is to N"
Mrs. Jayne Butterworth, Republican state anyone copy, the cost of production. publish a supplement at each election, Incorporating changes from the
last week she tried to buy committeewoman, charged Republicans wanted the names of voters who have registered since lists previously published.
up-Unlate voting list, which would
the .OOfrodd voters who registered since the Include May.A. Weston said anyone la welcome to come In and buy the list that Is
"I was Informed that an May primary elections. 1963 act of the state legislature governs preparation and sale of voting available.No .
up-to-date list
was not available
Mrs. Butterworth said. me, lists in Alachua County. It provides: specific Item Is put Into Mrs Bethea's budget by the county: com:
She charged "complacency" in the failure to "The supervisor of registration Is authorized and directed to make avaiLable mission, Weston said, to cover preparation of lists of voters. This Is covered
Howard Weston, administrative assistant provide lists of voters. for sale to the general public, a current list of ,the registered voters In general appropriations for operating the office
mission, said Mrs. Butterworth asked him for to the Alachua County Com- Said list shall Indicate the full name, address, precinct and party Mrs. Brthea said she did not prepare a current list of voters as wantedby
the list, and he in turn
am "
lation of each such voter. the Republicans because she did not have time office
phoned Mrs. Alma Bethea to see If a current list Is available. staff space or
:'he statute also that the commission
provides county must provide
Mrs. Bethea supervisor of registration, told! him no list bas been com budget funds to pay for preparation of the lists of voters. The commission money. (See REGISTRATION Page W)

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Sunday. High about M. un

BoomedFair and east winds S to
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awl elniq 1ItJ -iosWIL NOMI DIIIVMIDFlorida's ...
At least one man has declared himself) a write-in can oNe Will oshlr 'ND ausos, '
didate for an Alachua County office, and several names -' '
I are being boomed for state or national. offices as write-in
candidates for Tuesday' election. ,
Troy Wakef ield) has Voters
.. announced. he will be a write-in can-
aiaate for me ottice or supervisor -
:of registration; opposing the

InC'Jmbe.nt..MI'J, alma. .Bethea.

Robert King High, Miami,,
and Leroy Collins, former governor Got the Works
both have supporters putting -.
those names as
write-in candidates for ,over-

nor.Here BattlegroundFor
sre some do's, don't and _
how's. in casting write-In votes. Astronaut
First, any qualified voter National
can cast I write-In vote for ,.1

any candidate lor any office.
Beside each office to be filled State PostsBy

appear the names of the party w Crash Victim (263Mn.
candidates, and also a slot DOUGLASS STARR

which can be opened to reveala TALLAHASSEE (APFlori) -

strip of paper. A write-In da's 19M campaign for public office Yb
vote should b* written on that from president on down

paper. erupted Into one of the liveliestof
Once the lock is turned to recent years and turned the
open the write-In apace, it cannot stale Into a battleground for
be switched back again .to 'at national as well as state offices.
cast a vote for the party's can Campaign managers for both,
didate. national parties said repeatedly AM
An elector can cast a writein only a little effort was needed to
vote for one office or for '. } secure the state's 14 electoral
all. m Y college votes In Tuesday's general
Instructions on how to cast -: election: so they gave Flor-
write-in votes are printed on I' Jj\{ \ ida the full treatment

each voting machine, and each Democratic President Lyndon / .
booth is expected to have a r Johnson and Republican candidate
pencil Inside for those who wantto .t" t' J +. Barry Goldwater, their vice
write-In their csndidate.Don't u presidential running mates, the
w, First Lady, former vice preeldent -
use a printed sticker,
I"Ar WlrtpOo* t, mi ''.'') Richard Nixon, U.S. senators .
or a rubber stamp. Votes cast
and other big guns battled
this way will not be counted. Campaigners'- Captive AudienceTwo across this 900-mlle-long state
A write-In vote means exactlythat for weeks.
it) must be written or Inmates at St. CIoudTMInn., State Reformatory tote cellblock campaign posters Some of the
campaigning was
before results of a mock election were announced. Ballots
printed.The were distributed after two
modern with the
speakers using
name written in also behalf burglars of gave speeches for Sen. Barry Goldwater and a robber and former spoke In airplanes, fast cars, helicopters!
must correspond to the name of The President Lyndon Johnson. None of the orators mentioned the crime Issue. and the like Others, espw lallyMri.
the candidate as he declared It Johnson-Humphrey ticket won 485-237 over Gold water-Miller In the mock election/ Lyndon Johnson' LadyBird .

For example, Wakefield qualified Special, used the old-fash t by
as T Wakefleld." and honed whistlestnp method of
High as "R. K. High." The last GOLDWATF.Rr 'I'm Tn' campaigning from the rear plat

name alone may not be enough, -- ass iii form of a tram.Television .
and the right name spelled Nan flork ftttrtfa Hawaii. These and the Districtaccount The Impetus, he was said to and radio were used

wrong may not count. Final By JOHN D. POMFRET for only 31 of the 270 feel, will enable him to win extensively, crowding favorite
decision would rest with the PHOENIX. An*", Despitethe electoral votes needed for vic The candidate's latest analysis evening! shows oft the networks (
canvassing board. overwhelming evidence of of his prospects appears to In a massive effort for votes.

the polls and other soundingsto tory.Goldwater be considerably more optimistic The ,overnor'. race, normally
the does not believe routine In heavily Democratic
contrary Barry than that of a week ago.
JohnsonWinds Goldwater believes he will win that he will carry all of the At that time he was said to Florida, took a turn for the sen

the election Tuesday.A other 45 states, the source said believe that he had a chance sational the closing month of (M WlnXulM to OH. lull .

Upcunpaign source In the best position but he believes he will do very to win, but not an overwhelming the campaign.' HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) Astronaut Th dore G Free-
candidate Charles
to know the Republican presidential well In them. The Republican
Republican one.
man who one day hoped to pilot a spare hip to the moon, '
candidate's views isys nominee's view la that he Is The senator Is said to !believe Holley of St. Petersburg said died Saturday In a plane crash on a soggy Texas plain.
that Goldwater Is willing to moving throughout the that the Democratic candidate Haydon
up nation only people vigorously First reports indicated a goose might have caused the
states Burns of Jacksonville secretedII1
concede only five and in much' the same way working for Johnson are union rranh.
the District of Columbia to that him million In a bank in Nassau,
NEW YORK: (AP) Presi- brought what had staff men, while he, by contrast
President Johnson. 1'h1atea seemed Bahamas, Manned spacecraft center The crash at 11 M
deat Johnson has predicted an impossible victory has on his side many was : a m.
are Massachusetts, Rhode Island In the Republican presidential thousands of dedicated: volun Burns denied It and promptly spokesmen .said "however, It EST( ). 4* minutes after Freeman
victory for himself In Tuesday'selection Connecticut, Alaska and primary In California In June. teers organized Into solid units called for all sorts of Investigations. would be two or three weeks had taken off en a routine
because he said the
But Halley continued his before the cause could be deter proficiency training flight
people believe his opponent's"extremism attack down to the wire, adding mined.
hi pursuit of the OTHERS 'No that Burns should/ disclose/ his financial Workers at the crash scene 0 A manned spacecraft center
presidency Is an unpardonablevice. : affairs. Burns refused, were reported to have found<< spokesman said there was no
." saying It wes none of Holley'f feathers among the wreckage. communlcatlnn between Freeman t
Johnson cam to Madison O) Nets Uork Ilnut victory. ,candidate Ben Barry Gold- business. Witnesses said Freeman, a and the control tower to

Square, Garden on Saturday By TOM WICKER But U additional states, baring water is certain to carry Finally, Burns said he would J4-ywr-old v trr I.l test pilot indicate trouble In the aircraft
night for a giant ratty that be only the two stoles that have M
WASHINGTON On the eve. lot electoral votes, are believed resign Holler's statement who usually rod. a bicycle to It was not clear Immediately
said hi a prepared text, would to be "leaning" narrowly been conceded to him from the about the bank account could be the ELlington
work, was approaching whether Freeman had
of the 1M4 ejectedor
presidential election
end hie campaign. :HUs came beginning Alabama al d proved.To .
toward Johnson. If he should Air Force Base for a had been thrown from the
after two hard-hittlnfc political professionals/ Mississippi J with 17 electoral It off Burns
appearances carry all of them, he would top predictedhe landing when si 300 to MO feel plane en Impact
In Delaware and a scheduled observers believe President achieve a landslide winning 43 voles. would not only defeat Holley the canopy of his iweptwingTM /
motorcade through Nassau Johnson Is certain to carry of the 50 states and 471 out of In one other state, Louisianawith but that also he would defeat Jet trainer suddenly flew Ills body was discovered
County.In 27 states with a total of 361 a possible Kt electoral votes. It votes, Goldwater Is be- him P b/ the largest margin In off. above 100 yards from /the wreckage
the windup Johnson accused o electoral votes M more than In sharp contrast, political lieved to have a narrow edgein history. He predicted that he of were his parachute partially
COP presidential nominee the 270 needed to assure his experts believe the Republican the last days before the voting would carry all 17 of the state's observed Several flights flying close geese to the opened. Tbe plane did not bars
Goldwater and his counties.
Barry Freeman, a native of Haver
running mate, Rep. William E. By the most objective judgments And he said he would get more ground because of a low-hang ford, Pa., was among the third
Miller, of conducting a campaign five states with M elec- Republican votes than any Democratic big fog.Workers. group ef 14 astronauts turned
of "mudslinging, smears toral votes are considered genuinely candidate la Florida his. said the plane appeared Oct. 10. 1MJ. and began his
and scandal" that was "dedicated Good Morning! In doubt ss the campaign tory.The to have crashed nose- training at the nearby manned
to extreme ideas, not to old clo eL They are Arizona, battle fc the state's ele down scattering wreckage ever spacecraft: center Fab. ..
values." Goldwattr's home state: Flor (fee FLORIDA .. Psft M a small area.III .
,"They are not conservatives Around and About the ftcict: ida. South Carolina, Vermontand Donald K. Slsyton. spacecraft
li the American tradition," the Wyoming. center assistant director for

President said. They are Interested Control Hoard ( ITED FT. '"" Dl'LLET1NIf : See CRASH ee Page U)
la tearing down hnUto- What amendments I, I and
lions, not to preserve them 12 are about-Page 1A. Voiceof HOT: AWTW, Oeaenl CUrssa, ties CMseJss*
Conservative' may be written the People en election awesPageSAIA. Head ApprovesAmendment PROOF
on their banner. But TadlcsT Isle Record likely
their bearts.I ... fai Alachua County-Page M. Take one boy age li Only one parent Wrong OF

(Ste JOH>SOM .. Pace 1A> TALLAHASSEE AP) The IIIIJd.t L Caught pilfering candy bars. Arrested.

Meet Lynda and tad John chalmaa of the State Board of Released to parent RESULTS
THIS COULD sos and the Coldwater girls. Control has endorsed the Same boy Age U. Same associates. Caught *
Picture Page en 1C posed constitutional amendment prGo stealing gasoline for elder boys' Jalopy Arrested. Mr. T. ft Rickets ran the .
RE SERIOUS! Jj to revamp the board be brads. Given suspended sentence. following wont GCf: .
)j Bays M. Harrison Jr St Petersburg Same"boy. AI' it Same wrong associates. Stole
ROCHESTER. M_ AP) ( lawyer recommended automobile. Arrested. Sentenced! two years State Reform School ire ae a Ale.1 -Pre Mr.= trtJ

A V J. space expert tailed to --- voter sppmal ef amendment 1at Paroled after ant year. -v.. 055. w w..w J.

show up here Friday u sched Among the Old Friend: Best Tuesday' voting which Sine boy Aged 17. Same wrong company. School dropout Ate e,
slat would replace the pmnrt board rested for speeding and delving while totoskated. Parole rcwtkael Mr. h.." celled the 'aeM
Dr. Charles A. Berry, medical with a aM.membap group with Served additional tear at Reform School .4 *pa>tn w/e S. the Sun is
chief at the National Aeronautics Carver -- 28a ):sent _. 111 terms ef aIM yean each Sane boy. Age 11 Easily/ Influenced by older people ef bad nc an*l hi}* ed awe.chic1.twe H. weld MMM "Iordtwrf
and Space Administration KalbenteinMcGarvey Praewort Pitae.. sa Harrison taUIhe d>an Manned Spacecraft Center IB Weuner _- -- __ '1r; would provide grater stabutry Sentenced to We at SUM Prison. weld #. cr it.e ..."< day ..

.hi Houston, Tr., was supposed O"-,10: %-4n MOVtUTV -*: and continuity si the aiversfrtes' .- How much did all of this cost taxpayers? *. .)lIars. It cost more we ns.cend II.- new wed tone is
to address a medical seminar. governing f heard and that than the operation of the Boys' dub ef Gainesville for aa entire
word that lb.Berry's LOGS-4B .uu NEYS-I. Poe vehe end elwush ... w'e.wwdo
Finally canoe both were need** because ef tiletremncbal year fur Istt bays.Support .
had landed to Vn saw A4 .t.
plane growth ef Ole system your Boys' dub through (he United Fund Campaign, now four ton buy. b
R cbeslerYart.. la both stse and complexity. In grog...

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I I M ioinwill :Sun :>un ay. Ho'.nn *r \. ,

PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. Voters Asked Election

to Help Speed 1

," .
A record number of voters This Is because polls \;,!!U ..sopen the booth how they want to third of the county's voters 13 amendments and a lull asKeu lor auuiuuimi wimiition.

II expected to turn out Tuesday I 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., but the I I vote. could get through by 7 p.m. slate of candidate: In most .

for the general election, heaviest Jam of voters normal-, Sample ballots. have been cases Democratic candidatesfor Finally, voters are asked tol
Although each voter Is allow offices are not op- and leave and
Iy comes In morning at noon county come vote to ]
..., and officials have appealed to published or posted, and small
voters to cooperate In helping and In the evening when per. ed five minutes in the voting voting machines will posed. not loiter.
.. machine booth the has sample Voters also are asked to have
sons who work are able to county
to the election be available for at the
speed up asmuch study One other point should be I
leave their Jobs only 7) machines to handle their registration card or slipIn
as possible. 1 nearly 33,000 registered voters.If polling places their hand as they step up'remembered: It is Illegal to

_ I Prrsons who are able areasked Voters also are asked to readthe every voter at the polls actually This year's ballot Is a long to inspector'i tables. This will campaign for a candidate with.
to cast their ballots at ballot In advance, so they took five minutes In avoid any delay In understanding in 100 yeards of the polling

mid-morning or mid-afternoon. will know when they step into the voting booth, less then a one.Electors must cast ballots on of names. Electors may ba place.

More AboutFlorida Weather RoundupA More AboutJOl1nSOn Politicians Can Get Tips

From Ancient Roman 'Pro'

I From Page 1 CHICAGO (AP) "flattery Is disgraceful private Me,
I From Page 11 Johnson chided Goldwater for but necessary in electioneering .
for the cr 'Democratic
That Isn't a spokesman Republican
OoneroHyi fair endlundey mild thoh In his words not offering "a
oral votes centei-edan the declons .,,n,. High 74 .. M VlrllbleInn choice not echo national committee speaking The advice comes from Quintus
an early
.. I to II dIn per "hour. an famous foe Marcus Cic-
of Julius Caesar's
brother ,
of JJ million registered GOP campaign slogan. Instead, I Cicero
DC": Fair Sunday. High
Voters two million of them Democrats the President said his rival 1 had
and some 460,000 Repub; about '0. Northeast and east resorted to ero.Dr, John F Latimer, president of the American Classical
licans. winds S to 12 miles per hour "mudslir.ding. League said Quietus threw In that advice about "flattery"In
I D rertly cloudy Sunday Clienceof "I can tell you why they are his "Handbook of Electioneering" which appeared in the
Secretary of State Tom Adams l tftowor or two. Hlgn iwir M.Nerlheeii doing it," Johnson said !"They!
has predicted two million people inS H"t wind I to li mliti campaign of M B.C.
per eel,. found out that the American

would vote Tuesday. I eI Portly cloudy Sunday. Chmcool people would overwhelminglyreject "Election campaigns in ancient Greece and Rome, whetherfor

Other races In Florida were end t.11'thowor wlndt, Hign|' to low I* mllM m ptr Nortnrait tl0U,. their ideas and their programs the highest office in the land or for local offices, were

not quite as spirited! as those M I 'orllf cltudy 50day. Hlah They found out that the very similar to modern-day methods Latlrner said.

for president and governor. 10 low In 55 mlln Notha5_ how..nd 1511 WindS I grea$ silent vote was a myth. "From the experiences of the Cicero brother, we know Just

.- .Sen. Spessard Holland D-Fla J IC jrtly cloudy with i tow They discovered that the revolution about all of the techniques of Roman politics"

coasted on his record of 11 yean ,nowirt. on*......N..,wlndi. Hlgfl I It low II Ml tnllet, Norm.MM por. of the extremists was a Here are a. few of Quintus' suggested procedures"The

(Ar vvlnpBote n mt Sun) In Congress, exerting little effort h..... dying ember. 'chances ire. that the! politician won't. have to fulfill!

and concentrating his efforts on TIMPISA,55,5 5LIWHEsUKg "They ran s'nack Into the any promises he makes, and, at any late animosity can be

Caught by CableEdwin television and a little] personal KktonvllltMlmil 71' Low ss Pop GAINESVILLE WEATHER good sense of fie American delayed until it li too late. :

campaigning during such affairs 7f .7 1.01 people. "Be all things to all men while electioneering and if possible

Engquut, 59, grimaces In pain as he II university homecomings T.moa. n 71 05Aflant. U Municipal Airport readings I "They discovered that as far indicate that your opponents are criminals, grafters, or

clutches: a steel cable In which he wu entwined and Meanwhile his Republican op. -501550 OrIao s.5a S.50 Saturday;'High 71 at 2pm., as the American people are morally low.

suspended upside down for some two hours In an accident ponent, Claude Kirk of Jackson- tOwvn Sf as low 52 at 2 am. No rain, concerned extremism In pursui "Put on a big show during your campaign the: people will
in Minneapolis. He was working; alone on demolition WnMngteitCnkigo U 50 >v like It"Call '
yule, spent his campaign funds a. 30 of the presidency h an unpardonable
of a gravel wash plant when a 1,500-pound largely for newspaper advertls- III......, City so IS ALMANAC511n500 vice."Moderation your friends by name, nothing is more popular""That's

steel girder tumbled to the ground and the cable I ing. Ft Del. WormLet fCI a. 30:IS 1.,1.. tea 30el5lteW,, ................. .... 444':45m. in the affairs of the way it had to be done in ancient Rome when
,. knotted tightly around his legs. His cries for help The races for the six opposed Angeletletttlo aO II JJ as MoonriH tomorrow .... ... (.Mem.The .m.. the nation Is the highest virtue." the highest office in the land was at stake," Dr. Latimer

were not heard. Engquist dangled 40-feet above the H I nel, .... ,, due seas Before he flew to Farmingdale observed.
ground. His legs were nearly cut through just below I eats In the U.S. House of Rep- CSDA_ Kirfcmioy TIOII. et .............." ........... 5:05p.m.
esentatlves created little stir Hlgn ot II: ,.m Low ol tonight.' i It now reluming' lit 5005wad eetl- N.Y., to head a motorScade
the knees. Both limbs had to be removed. I:N o m* end o:11 p m.
within the districts and almost Monday High et IIOJ pm end< .. a: onl\ the itin "In lit Johnson told a cheerln
lill: ,.rn. Low at .:. '.m, end 4:M l now m the con. I Del. Sen. Cain
GETS OFF I II one outside. p"", movo etilliMon Into P0 Awerlut,.,. 'kl ItM It mill I crowd at a Wilmington, Calls'Undecided'
... Almost all of the Incumbents rally that he is confident his
I A Judge has set aside I four Democrats and two Repub- election would trigger a breakthrough -

jury verdict of disturbing the cans- were confident of vic to an era of unprecedented

r peace against Lindsay Crosby tory. <@Ottuaric abudance. VitalFormer

26, youngest of flIng Crosby' The contested seats were by A crowd estimated by stat
sons. police at more than 20,000 greeted -
lie was convicted by a Jury Second-Rep. Charles Bennett, 50 p055,55 IA. paq aangms.. ""*"" noallabis "'" be fernS under Punertt Notteoi' the President and Mrs. Johnson Republican U.S. Sen. the pro-Johnson crowd traded

Oct. II on a complaint broughtby D-rta.> In Congress since 1948; at the Greater. Wilmington Henry P. Cain, billed as the Jibes for about 20 minutes be

I, a 40-year-old woman who Republican William Stockton oacksonvllle. JOHN GLADNEY Mrs Dora Barton of Greenville Airport after a flight from the Florida Democrats' answer to fore the meeting finally brokeup.

accused him of shoving her off a OCALA John Harvey Glad- Miss.; 15 grandchildrenand state capital of Dover. Strom Thurmond, told I local .

barstool a Sunset Strip nightclur Third Rep Claude Pepper, ney Jr., 49, of Shiloh died in IS great-grandchildren. Both In Wilmington and In Johnson Humphrey supporters Cain who now lives In Mi-

June 19. D-Fla, U.S. Senate 19M-S1 U.S. Monroe Memorial Hospital here I Dover Johnson said that Cold- Saturday night the outcome .of ami. Is scheduled to speak In
J lge Jacques Leslie ruled House since 1982 VI Republican Friday after an extended.11 l- LONNIE TAYLOR water wants to turn back to who's been stumping Florida Tampa and St. Petersburg be-

Fr jay that the evidence did not Paul O'Neill of Miami. ness.He I Lonnle C. Taylor 'SO, Rt. 3, what he said Goldwater and his will be.decided by the undecid fore election day.

IUI;. wrt the verdict. I FourthRep.. Dante Fascell, was a farmer and lifelong' died Friday in Alachua General -supporters "plainly believe ed.Fighting

McGlon of Mi- Methodist. ,The President did not mention occasional hecklers, Cain -
Republican Jay
:) I arni. Survivors Include his wife Lu. He was a native of Lulu, Fla, Goldwater's name here but ho's been stumping Florida

i \! ; Sixth-Rep. Paul Rogers D- clllej; two daughters, Gall I and moving I three weeks here from Leesburi there was no mistaking that he from Key West to TallahasseeIn

Fla., In Congress since 1955 vs Julia; one son,'Job n Harvey ago. Mr. ,Taylor meant the GOP nominee. support of the Democrat ticket -

A campaign balloon, which Republican John Steele of Halindale. III all of Shiloh; and one ils-: was a heavy equipment'oper. Speaking of the Depression : advised a chilled gather-

suddenly popped close by, It ter, Mrs. Elmer V. Hudson of sac for Hubbard ConstructionCo. that started In October 1929 tog voters who have yet to OLJON, M" *. LK9NARO FuntrtlMrvloo
turtle Mrs. WlllUra Miller make 1M... Celion' leo :U will
Ocala. their choice will decide
11th-Rep, Ed Gurney R-Fla. Johnson said: "Those days were 00 hiltf ., 1:30 '.M. on Monooy, Novombor .
I wile .1 Republic lct-pret- In Congress since 1M1 vs. Democrat Survivors Include his ..widow the state victor. But he added I, 1M4. ot Antlocll H o I InouChurcn
ROY Mrs. not good. I remember them I'rew ,, NI nn A'.. itn ,
Identlal candidate Miller' In SURRENCYRoy Martha LTaylor a sin ov W. A.
; ,
Thomas Kenney of Cocoa "The outlook Is snore favorablefor tell.. conducllnt tut MrvtcM. our il
Wilmington Del., mulling P. Surrency 73, Tampa,. Cecil Taylor of Croveland, Fla; up In the middle of them. Johnson now than It was at WIN oo In PAng.. C....,.., uno,

1 In this surprised expreiiloa llantr Blair Beach.12th-Rep. Bill Cramer, R-Fla. died Thursday in Tampa General ., his father Ander J Taytoi or I So did many of you. the beginning! of this month.". Iho cue,lroctlon." "''. Colmv.l Duncon who Irn lSd. II Pot]"
Hospital.Mr. Newberry; three brothers IV ar- "In the 1920s only four families 1. W. nn PIKO. ftouwwlllo, ass
in Congress since 1954 vs. Mar- Cain continually referring Momuy, Octobor M IM4 ot AlKnuo
I IDEALs GONE OUSTED Surrency a native of 1 tin Taylor of in had Incomes sufficient Oenorol Hoiium
Ion Harrelson of St Petersburg Gainesville Car I 18 to himself as a "hard headed Ill..... PrlenM 1 will'allor bo a rtc.lvM very teAS ilmo
J. Edgar Hoover FBI director The other six Democratic rep. Nassau County was a retired[ once Taylor of Newberry md to cover the basic necessities. Republican conservative," said dome. of Mo ollter. Mr* Roilo

says "too many Americans Board of directors of CUrtis esentatives is well as Florida'sCabinet Seaboard Air Line Railroad dis Irvin Taylor of Alachua; ,wo Now we have that figure' up to he favors the Democratic tic. Wlllloni 1:ol PM Mondoy ot Ml, .November. W. nn t Ploto IfM.OWll ot

no longer car about religious I{Publishing Co. In PhIladelphia were unopposed.This patcher.He sisters, Mrs. Zola Beasley of eight out of 10 and we are ket for three reasons. .

Ideals and heritage." have fired Clay Blair Jr. a. year under a constitutional Is survived by a brother, Leesburg and Mrs. Gen 'va going to make It 10 out of 10. -They are best qualified. C.....*..Mrvttot Mill" sAloN fit M'.JOIPNINI. fn:.', -
In a Thanksgiving to 'editor In chief and Marvin amendment changing the H. H. Surrency of Hawthorne; Lankford of Newberry; t ? 0 I "I believe that generation "Johnson and Humphrey col- 7$..will bo ,,sid ot I:W ,m.. on 101.090.,.
message oo November I. IIM, ., .
law enforcement officials, he Kanlor, chair.manofth.Ma.. time of election of state official two sisters, Mrs. J. U. Gulp of grandchildren. from now people will look back lectlv." have spent SO years >unorM Homo Ch.... with ....

sati Friday that such persons to between presidential electionlorlda's Verdie Fla and Mrs. M. V. on the 1960s and will say: There getting ready for the Job." ko Lonnlo*. Iwlol Doubt., will
."shirk the mere suggestion ot''gas I In Division. governor and Cabinet Parker of Jacksonville. Denis SecIlltinhilation was the special moment There -Hubert Humphrey Is the 5550' S.....I.. Mr"In4*, ,Avenue 50la.' ..MM Oelnmllle.livto .,

Individual responsibility. Their The two serve two-year terms with the ANNIE DUOOSE the American people broke best vice presidential candidate .Howllel,... *>looy. ,Nero. ot, "'1_. Cmrtl

: purpose In life Is lost In moral both senIor I right of seeking a successive Annie Dubose (2, Lake But- through to a new level of moral of the 20th century "He fences Docenibje Mr M, ,Fmior... to WM Ion.bom'Iorld.in

Jjethargy, self-indulgence and vice pmle four year term. e-' died Friday In Stark HosItal spiritual and material bless great strength, vitality and aol veere.DM Mvod In ......tlio hr M
(dents led a rebellion Cabinet ings." resourcefulness to the ticket :
." neglect of duty. Florida's comprisesthe following a brief Illness
againstMalthtw LADNIVr M" JO** HAIVIV, Jl
::: He said the Pilgrim fathers, secretary of state attorney Mrs. Dubose cam to Lake The President said that in -Tb* leadership of the country Fomret torvttM tor Mr. Jinn

founders of the Thanksgiving J. general; treasurer, comptroller, I Butler In 1911.Survivors At Fla. PolL 1945 h* had seen Mexican children is to be trusted, despite Held Mervoy II J SlMttey N p...,J'en, ogo lundey... toll Nnenw' bo

Day custom, "were bound by had Culllgin resigned, who \ school superintendent, and agriculture Include four daugh- go Into the garbage cans of what scandalmongers may say Cnmolery ber I, ,.M enter at GrlvoiWo..>.. direction.. WecWoo'e it J.

:'spiritual unity and love of and last week Culligsnpresident commissioner. tern. Lathella Tiner of Lake- MIAMI (AP-The head of the restaurants in San Antonio, (Cain referred to the book Mini Mr. Olidneyv Hl.' /gneret. Homo of .0.":'.
as Miileh
o lemur
_faith in the supreme being." of the firm. I Also on the ballot are unopposed and, Mrs. J. F, Williams of Florida Johnson campaign said Tex., to salvage grapefruit rinds "None Car Call It Treason" ',Id.,. October JOr II" !b. Ocil.MILLS .dud
{ candidates for three Su- alnesvllle, Mrs. J. P. Watlns Saturday that the Republicans teat ,aa an example "If you readit Mil LIU.II 1TTA w FunerolMrvlcio ,

NO SIDES SMART MOMDr. ireme Court Justice seats and : of Worthington Springs, planned to "discourage Intimidate "And that's what they call the you can conclude that no hold .tor. 1.55.N..'. ''"Mint'., in no Svndiy.n w November ,IIbe

Evangelist Billy Graham .reportedly opposed and unopposed candl-! Fla. and Mrs. Vallie Andrews and disenfranchise" Democratic g> id old days," he said. leader. Democrat or Republican 5, ItM, a, Amur .M0550d1ICP'ASCft
Ellen Clemlihaw Weaver dates for various circuit Judge can longer be trusted with or Dote' Icudder end
does not plan to endorse of Jacksonville; a son, W I. voters on Tuesday. "t ihnson started his campaign : any .... H. L. Soyd eoMucfirg me Mr*.
either candidate In the who thinks more college (Irsshould seats, state attorney and public hibose of Femandlna Beach. "I charge the Goldwater forces day In Dover with what he : ). l koi,., .under...1.' will me bo..,.HI...011'_of C.JexevJohnton .....

presidential election. I com' -- defender. Fla; eight grandchildren, 11 with plotting a deliberate vol. calk i the declaration of a "wa Several times Cain emphasized FimrU ....... ..,.. Mini.WXo .
bin science least livid el W N I. MM Avenue
A close to Graham 1 Finally the campaigningwas treat-grandchildren and five er slowdown conspiracy under on w tte" He promised to com- Humphrey's qualifications tomewiue: died Utvrdew ewrniivj" itMrt.
careen wIthhomlnaklng done for the 13 constitution1 he1 guise of a which I bat edless federal 'He will be the most effective, .... .11" ... ..se55d I''.....
NC great-grandchildren. program spending
In Montreal .
who lives ,
ses ken on Peomory 17
Ashtvlll N.C. Friday I amendments up for ratification they call 'Operation Eagle econon Ic waite caused by productive and constructivevice ,.. lot Floyd ClMity: '_ end
said In
has been tall end of the ballot the fto4 Ihted. In Archer .
awarded at the president Republic has 1' >eort W-
that Graham feds that "his SARAH FOWLER Eye. Thomas F. Fleming Jr. recessions and the waste of tire coming to wHnournit,I I yeortIUIIINCV
a (.39. I Not only was there no statewide ever known, he stated. '
task la to preach the Gospel." Mrs. Sarah J. Fowler 75, 2004 told a news conference. war "tb. most awful waste of asa. :
000 grant to campaign in behalf of the SB 2nd Ave., died suddenly al, "This spurious effort Is aimed all." The head of Florida's citizens -' Ml soy PASCO Fun.Orel .
continuepbs I amendments but also then wasno only at Democratic for Johnson Committee also torvKie tor Mr. Poy t>... lur.nncy
her home precincts .
Saturday.A Johnson campaigned ,Igor- ego n will bo r4 ot ie
t os n- statewide campaign against AM .. _....
y said the
native of Bell, Fla., Mrs.Fowler Fleming chairman of the ously In Delaware for Gov praised Minnesota Senator November t IMot
wiHIome-Tnoinw Future Home
thesis reo I ..'; them. moved to Gainesville; Johnson campaign committee. Elbert N. Carvel, seeking i to for his membership in the wlltl' lo.. Jomee I_ end lev
search at Stanford Some state officials took public Don Kovee condwrtlnf tAo tonlcoituriol .
"Their plan is to make nuisance Americans for Democratic Ac
from there 46 She ....
yean ago. oust Republican Sen. John J. be In Verdlo erMtenf itrNOMPKINI
Universl. Dr. Weaver positions on some of the was a member of the Baptist:. challenges of Democratic Wlflians Williams' disclosures tion. "In 1947, the ADA was or. a..Mo .

ty. The Atomic Energy Commission amendments.And church voters, demand excessive Identifications iginated to fight communist Infiltration M*, KODie Fwwolnrvme
the running fight that end- sparked a Senate tnves'jgatioof tec Mr.. .: I
provided gran a and to use every other of Minnesota farm Ttmekbi on U
Survivors Include her husband the financial activities of Prlnclool ot he P). J. I. Mlgti Icheel.
Married to a physicist and the ed two weeks before the Matthew U Fowler two;I tactic possible to slow down theI labor unions. Since then, It. has I..-.. Urn. will b> bold. ot 1 01 F M.
mother of three children Dr. election kept the reapporttoo- ; Bobby Baker. resigned seentary .- m lendey, NeeoirMr' I. t *4 ot t. J.
: been
daughters, Mrs. Nellie Crow I voting, particularly between the one of the strongest anti- I. Mlgli trtwol Awdlterlvnl ,lth Urr.0- l
of the Senate Democrat
Weaver says her family has went before the voters. The r--of Gainesville and Mrs. VictorIa ,. hours of 4:30: p.m. and poll closing communist movements in the MS ee vct me WAS,, iuriei wi I

top priority and her work suit was that, although the ap- Sterett of Reno Nev; thre. time of 7 p.m.," Fleming majority who served In that United: States." h* noted. 01 M mo,.Pass......Hill wvpirm Conwter. dvecwn M .NMS5s'Mea. of
comes second.More oortlonment formula was declared said. post when Johnson was party (30,555 4 ,..ss .055'. rI
-- V. sons, Eddie T and William C. leader. The speech, delivered on the .._.. a... ?_W. 55'* Nwd etII
----I unconstitutional by the Fowler of Gainesville and Sam- Earlier state COP headquarters steps of the Alachua U N Del .,... ..-.-*** Ot-
neither U.S. tabor m md K Mg Mm otter 0
S. Court In brilliant sunshine Johnson
Supreme uel L. Fowler of Crestvlew announced it planned to ,courthouse only a few yards ltel", __ 110o. T_55m eel
About I. Supreme Court nor the State have 10,000 poll watchers stationed spoke at noon to a crowd In 55,5 on no in, III """us 55.5101.cia. .
Fla.; a brother, William 1 1 from Barry Goldwater e a mpaign me had Ste's lit 555's. W WI
Supreme Court nor a special In Florida precincts to Dover estimated by Police chief 5
Slaughter of Jacksonville two headquarter was accompanied =..: :1''Crr :
would I.
Crash ihrw-Judge federal court sisters. Mrs. Lula Cameron of make sure of an honest vote James Turner at from 1,000 I to by sporadic catcalls C_ l.m.swg __ rI WI 5.5a
order it struck from the ballot countFleming's 000. Turner said this wss considerably ora hit ..,, 101.... I555n'a.5 Tm's'
Plant City and Mrs. tile Crane from a Goldwater booster Then ana ot II_, *.e ...1...... MM ,-
charge was similar larger than the crowd yea Tomwm ........ *m
of Houston Tex. 14 near the end of the talk ol A 50
a .
pairof .
I From Page 1 1 FraternitiesSet dren and 11 -Irlndchl"I 10 one made Friday by the Na- that heard Goldwater on the Goldwater partisans drove Tomoewo tomol o, Ot"'11 Me_* ",-..., MM MHO. Swan AW*
tonal Democratic headquarter same spot last Monday. 4oH Tmigiiine li lno Leo oome' i.Jr .
I night crew operations, and Dr. dren. by the courthouse and caRed tan otIterUli! one nose Mre.
Charles A. Berry center medical Up Series I "Th purpose i* to discourage, "If Johnson Is elected hCU be ***tw..I.5i ot lolglv grlnge aS"WnaasN.
officer broke the news or LILLIE MILLS intimidate and disenfranchise eligible Yes He Did Not a dictator. W5.Gasnesville
the I Mrs. Lillie E. Mills U, 711 voters" Fleming said "I ,
tragedy to Mrs. Freeman Cain
Invited the two to "comeon
at her home near the Of SpeechesA NE 10th Ave., died Saturdayat urge voters going to the polls on i SunPubIIIhtd
space over and have some tun.
Not lIe Did
her home
.. cent r.Other. following an extended Tuesday to carry identificationsuch '
They did. Cam his hecklers and
bureau illness.A ,
survivors Included their fraternity speaker's as a drivers license or re gutratwn w' CtOI
0 daughter Faith Hunting designed to Illustrate the native of Floyd County, cards to meet the Gold. A Sun proofreader's error Frt- .'.. 14Inco Sidn., pSa
Freeman fraternity's role at the University -Ca. abs moved to Gainesville water slow-down tactics. day left the Impression that b* She G*_llle) rVbBotvm -
10. his parents. Mr. Foreign
and Mrs. John Freeman who of Florida, has been enacted -. from Archer five years ago Jack Bates representing Atechua Policy f\act.Omy Go-reortl* M 1012nd Florida.nd IL.

live near Lewes, Del by the Interfraterm' SlIt was a member of the Arct. Seven Youths j County Utilities, Inc.. that appeared Talk Is Today emtvrcd M Mcend else
Freeman's death Council er Metbodut Church. before the city commission -"Cs. .t n.e root OH
Pant I'ager. II. Jaalr at I for the elite astronaut was the team first, First phas of the two- IJ't Survivors include. three Thursday night to urge Is America's choice In foreign ---'... ,.....

vrmiaraipnrt (Ml) High Is now trimmed to 21 program Includes on-campus daughters, Mrs. Alden F. Die iu Crash II the city to extend water and sewer affairs limited to either a IATU ITOsaitl

DM ealy compcUag female speeches) by IFC officers. MacDonald of Uetucbeo. N. J, lima beyond the city limits .- policy of containment .r an'ef- 01 MAIL

craw CWltrJ ruler as aa Fine WelcomeCOLOMBO Phase two win be concerned Mn. T. S. Simmons of CslnesTffl WICHITA K" (AP) Seven Into the Mewberry Road Interchange fort to tab the road back? I I*-.......SI. ,4.IfJ '

.t area ot several states. Rated with explanatory talks to local and Mrs- T E. Oliver of ,high school students, aa U area. I Prof. Oscar Svaruea ot the
her eMrkci Ceylon (AP) A service clubs and other fater- Ala. old died ta M...,. tRIM \
very premising by Birmingham two sons. years a smashup d Such la not the case. Bates University ot Florida wffl present "Mid"*.,,,..
., she trains dUlgeitly and day after presenting crede creed organbrations. Byron Mills ot Ca.rwsvillt: andJ. two cars Friday night, the Kansas appeared before the conunU-' a sew approach to our of A.es Snmeu ofon i

It bctttrlag her speeds at isIs, Cecil B. Lyon new V.S. Speeches wilt define present R. Mills of Jacksonville: two Highway Patrol reported. uontourgethennNtltio es 'ortljn policy problem shea I

\arpn* dIstances and aloe Ambassador to Ceylon, chased a and future objectives of tilt brothers Graver Whit of High:: SU were killed at the seen. tend water and sewer service, h* talks before the Unitarian- ..* senoel a'w _as 5 ,
spars her mat teammates t* burglar out of his brxtroom. Ire and decisions and policies Springs and Jerry White of''at a county road Intersection 11 Vyood: the city limits tote the 'Univemllat Fellowship May I seel.w c- aj-_

greater srklevtmtsls, lest Police art Investigating the mapped by the U of F trio Rome Ca.: two sisters! Mrs I I miles east of Wichita, and the Dewberry Road fcleithangr. Th neebng wiB be at 11 N-- -S -a' p.4 se I

she kav them la lilt dent. Incident. twruty system. Du King ot Chula Ga. and!'seventh,, dd shortly afUnaid. area. ajiL, at IIM NW Wt* At*. I --III" """


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OF 11 '/'d/ N obel'Prize.

JOHN a. HAIUIION, ,...,...., and THESOUTH iJ
Prtll 1 tw, PAT COWLH, VIM ,..... [i And Sartre
I Florida's Beautiful IJ Il Mull 10 JOMNION Via ,...,..* II
tnt l..t'llv. tens W. .. (IIIUIIIRIOLI
"University City' / 911'I VIC. PrMMMt Wi< A. JR.
WWII* Dlncfir* 101 TAITASLIONe, tt try By WILLIAM:
Vttt ,...._ Old ClrtuUIHn M....... 5 pp I There is something about Jean-Paul Sartre's rejection of
owl4" .., P,... Wtnnlnf P.011._ I I I CAAA11'plNII(; Mil'Hzp the Nobel Prize. that Is wonderfully pure. Because there Is
THE SUN'S POLICY O' ... .....". IO|.' Is....,,..4.. / r something. about accepting a prize offered by anyone at ,U
i E0RE5 il0u v tatcEis! In some cases-ln the
1. Report the newi fully And! Impartlolly in the news columns. that suggests an acquiescence-unwise
1 Bf A SUWtER I I i ( standards. If you are offered an award by
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only editorials. prize-giver' aDick
3. Publish ell sides of Important coflUovtrtlal blU." PoliticalGutters mutes that previously tad given the award to Tom
yl'I'I Is sense In which you become a part of
'fry f there
II and Harry,
The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 r y; ) the community of Tom Dick and Harry. Sartre recognized

III Jj 1 i1d1 this and said no.
I honor his stand as a refreshing act of Individuality and
wish that others who have been tendered the prize had re-
Communist LiberalizationThe fused it along with Mr. Nobel's 53-gees as grandly. It I Is of

Are FullWashington course a pity that M. Sartre advanced the wrongest' reasons

ousting of Nikita Khrushchevfrom ever, is a sign of the change in Rus for gainsaying tile honor.

power in Russia has generated sia. Them run be little doubt that Notebook-The
COMMITTEE Is, to begin with, a semi-rays-
political THE NOBEL
a stir of alarm and uncertainty! In Khrushchev could have kept himselfin gutters are plentifully itp"vi who
and bureaucrats
I filled thereby sustaining terious group of Intellectuals appearto
Communist parties around the ,world power if he had maintained his the predictions to that effect 0fl be influenced alternately by sentimentalism (the award to

-but not for the same reasons as In own secret police, as Stalin did. He made during and after the 4 Cordell Hull), pseudxosmopolitanlsm; (Halldor Laxness of

the past. In the days of Joseph Stalina could have suppressed all disagreement Republican convention.The llr1V) l"11 ill jl, Iceland), literary proletarianism\ (Italy's Quasimodo), and out.
yOrE and-out left pacifism (Linus Pauling). Any red-blooded West-
purge would terrorize party mem. with his policies and employedthe Democrats possess a ,9,
bers home number of bombshells that erner should think twice before accepting 11 Nobel award
at and abroad. They would Stalinist assassination and con
because to do Is
precisely so
can be The
begin to examine their associationsand centration camp methods of gettingrid dent so far dropped.has forbidden Presi-their THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST to lend the recipient's prestige

wonder if the ax would strike of the opposition. use. He is saying he will not not merely to the Idio-

them. The coups And countercoupsafter reply to the muck raking syncratic criteria the Committee
After he achieved:: absolute author uses, but to its political
Stalin which finally brought: opposition.
ity in 1957, however, Khrushchev relativism.The .
Khrushchev to the top had similar Governor George Wallace, Sour Reflections
chose to disband Stalin's of Committee's choices
repercussions as the comrades triedto camps of Alabama, now is working
political prisoners and to quit killing In that vineyard. In a recent are increasingly greetedas
land the side.
on winning
off the Hly nters. He began to act appearance in Maryland a signs of divine approval.
crowd Q ft'rui bark uTtmra such as McGee of Wyoming, other. Yet the Committee has shown
But this time the reaction is one of something like a Western democratic of only 1,500 turned Moss of Utah, Cannon of Ne- THIS COUNTRY is not neither artistic prescience (T.
out. But the
questioning and even defiance. Com politician, and to "sell" his ideas on with the show.governor The crowd went BY JAMES RESTON vada, Hartke of Indians likely to establish the principle S. Eliot got the award 25

tnunlst leaders of Eastern Europeare rather than to impose them alto- waved Confederate flags WASHINGTON Anythingthat : and Burdick of North D a ko that a president misdeeds Is responsible of years after he had earned it).

speaking out in frank, uninhibited gether. not. American. Ji fact, tie stains the reputation of toss for the courage (Ezra Pound is yet
language. flag of their wintry did not America, or weakens the confidence Paradoxically, the prospect ail his friends or associates, to get 11)), nor a high regardfor
They are asking why The of liberalization and of a Johnson landslide, which likely to him
process appear. They chanted "Jin- of the people or the but it is expect Justice (Adenauer never
and how Khrushchev was deposed. modernization which Khrushchev peach Earl! Warren, {peach would help these men, hurts to be more candid than President got it.) The committee has
world In hr institutions, in
of liberal Republicans -
This is a striking demonstration of the chances to
come expect an
Earl Barren. Johnson has been about ayesaying
started would be extremely difficultto
jures mankind. And this election and Lind-
the extent to which the national like Keating and heavenly chorus every time j
reverse, as the reactions inside the campaign has done Just York Scott of his television ventures it releases its thunderbolts of
Communist parties freed themselves THE GOVERNOR: rose to say of New j
from Moscow domination duringKhrushchev' Communist bloc already have show**. the crowd's levr':. cti::ling the th it. Pennsylvania Percy of Illinois about Baker and Jenkins.It approval. It has hardly earned ;

U.S. Supreme Court ". lousy, Michigan would be difficult to underestimate any such thing.It .
and tf
reign. What we are witnessing actually is No matter who wins 0 n Romney
no-account outfit. number of was a public scandal that
a breakup of Communist solidarityin Tuesday, the nation has lost whose defeat would I the

The East European leaders, in contrast the world. The European Commu- expense The GOP, a prepared television, at m o great vie, something. For the campaignhas leave the Republican Party people who are going to vote it Robert did not Frost award even a prize while I l to "

to Khrushchev's successors at nist countries no longer jump to Mos- which I franLly: was luridly disillusioned and dividedthe all the more in the hands of for the Prescient next week handing them out to such ,

home, have been praising the achievements cow's call. More and more, they are sensational. Its purpose was people, revived their an- the most conservative e 1 Ie. with a profound sense of uneasiness mediocrities as Quasimodo. !
he has
of Khrushchev.There has been making their own decisions in foreign to present this nation as completely cient feelings business! that raised politics doubt is ments. removed, not their because doubts or con- John Dos Passos would certainly ,f
a dirty have {
Immoral and decayed got one If only he
many a clear hint that these Com affairs, on trade with Western coun- with the Implication that bout U'A integrity of the Even if Goldwaterism I is vinced or exalted them, but had been careful not to follow '

munist chieftains want the new regime tries and on communication with the the President the man who press, and even cast a shad- repudiated, not only in the simply because he is the only his conscience into the

in Moscow to carry on the liberalization West. has been In office little more ow on the White House. presidential but In the Congressional alternative to Goldwater. American conservative mo\e-

program of the last several than a year Is responsible.At This could! not possibly have elections, much In fact the disillusion and ment. No one, but no one !in
and to continue the At home, each country is experimenting the last minute Senator happened at a worse time. In will have to be done to re- even disgust of the people l our time, has contributed to
rears with variations from pure Goldwater ordered its show- the last year, a President of store confidence in the politi- with the political practices of literary craftsmanship m 0 r ethan
icy ot'rettlnr along with the West. socialist theory in economic activities. Ing held up. Apparently tht the United States has been cal parties, in the Judgm e n t this campaign hurt him more Evelyn Waugh but he

Leonid Both Poland and Yugoslavia have fruits of mud-slinging are not 'murdered in the streets! and and integrity of the political than he deserves, simply be- is a traditionalist, and so un
Brezhnev and his cohorts
too good. 'his ac.useI:: l assassin in turn process, and in the methods cause in appearance and style qualified.
are impressed sufficiently by this reaction traveled a long way back to private It is a fair question to ask murdered In the hands of the and purposes of the adminis- and by reputation he is the

in Eastern Europe to make a farming. Yugoslavia has a unique whether this son/: of political 'police.A tration.IT arch symbol of tne profes- YOU DO COME across t

considerable effort to prove their system of decentralized Industrial semi-pornography is not Itself GREAT PARTY, w h lets sional politician.HE Yeats and Eliot and Faulkner "

good faith in upholding the Khrushchev management. Other socalled Communist a contributor: to moral water but President Johnson HAS THE SAME
policies. countries are breaking the decay. Certainly!; nation is ;years ago, has nominated for prob- that their overpowering per-
who has been hurt in this lem overseas. Not so long
fetters In art, music, literature and not decadent. Its church go- the presidency a man backedby formances required as a mat-
election, and It is he who will ago we were talking in this ter of that
tng the self-preservation
Although the removal of Khrushchev other aspects of life. population Is largestIn I every racist gang In the
have to represent and guide country a great deal aboutour
the worl?. the Committee
appears to have been far froma ,country and lent its name to recognizethem.
the nation after G I d- national and
long 0 ,
purposes would I
The United States under Presidents an attack the whole Shakespeare
Stalinist purge, there were elements NOT SINCE the Harding trend of foreign upon economic water has retired to bis half the world seeking guidance have got a prize from the
of a tricky coup, enough to alarm Eisenhower and Kennedy wise. adminlsUUion has the nation and social policy of the last ranch house in Arizona.A for Its own political process Swedes. But they would prob-

other Communist parties in Europe. ly carried out policies designed to had a really corrupt and Im- generation.We clear distinction has to of the future, was ably have found an excuse

The East European countries are promote this diversity in the Com- moral admlr,! tration. The shill deceive ourselvesif be made between the immorality watching Intently. for not giving one to Milton.

fearful of a return to Stalinism. The munist countries and to promote accommodation administrations of Harry Truman we tnink all will be redeemed of policies that would Under Kennedy, It seemed, And now the remarkable M.

people have enjoyed the relaxationof with the West. and of Dwight D. Ei:::n. by an overwhelming ;lave the Negro's yearning I the world began to chan bower
totalitarian controls during the were embarrassed by defeat of Barry Goldwater.This for equality to the states, its impression of America as for not accepting the award
The recent action of Congress in Influence scandals. Mr. Eisenhower is essential we are not weaken the social legislationof an Inexperienced and violent not merely that the Nobel
last decade and are anxious to prevent was embarrassed by to be even more divided I a generation and impose S'ant.:' But the violence has Committee I Is ideologically

any retrograde movement. voting to prevent Food for Pence his chief aide I Sherman among purselves and isolated aggressive policies that would returned In. the last year, tendentious, but that It Is

sales of farm products to Communist Adams. Bobby Baker, who from our Allies, but It will not not be tolerated by either the doubt ras been spread once tendentious In the wrong direction -

The deposition of Khrushchev, countries was a step backward.But served the whole' Senate, has be enough Allies or the Communists more about our judgment and no less. "In the present

even though "democratic" by previous the proposed new treaty for an embarrassed a number of For It Is not Goldwa I e r this on the one hand and our InstitLtlons, and this has East West confrontation -

Russian standards (It probably exchange of scholars and professors senators and the President.He the man who Is the central the immorality or unethical hurt us and the Free World ," he said (I quote from
did of
was the closest thing to a democratic tween Yugoslavia and the U.S. prom- so placed by betrayals in him. But confidence issue of the election, but the practices of Influential government much more than we have the New York Times) "my
Goldwater ideology and the servants on the dared to adrrit.Sunquotobleso sympathies go undeniably to
change of government in all Russian ises to be another advance. as time will reveal he was Goldwater apparatus now Socialism and to what is

history), still was disappointing to not, and is not, an Important deeply entrenched In the Re- called the Eastern bloc." And

people who had expected an orderly The Eastern Europeans are showing factor In the national life. publican National Commit ee the Nobel Committee, Sartre

transition after Khrushchev. Khrushchev us that they are more interestedin The nation and its govern- and In control of the p a ray of ctKcWeelc I claims, has not sufficently I
ment have grown steadily In of the
machinery many honored the Communists. For
himself had indicated that he economic and social and
progress moral in the broad
more aspect states instance he I h e
expected to retire from office and to friendship with the West than theyare of our lives. It was not In fact, It Is still more LOVE LOSES OUT Nobel Committee, complains has not given -

be succeeded through the legal selection in Communist doctrine. We should too long ago that every city than s mere possibility that The tract of land due west of the university campus, prizes to Pablo Neruda

of a new head of government continue to encourage this develop. had its acres of prostitution, Goldwater could be overwhelmed known as Beta Woods Is destined to become the home of the Chilean poet, or Louis 1

Even the forced resignation, how- ment. gambling and vice, with per- In the voting 0 n the UF's new law center. "It will be put to more productiveuses Aragon, she French po e t, or I
petual scandals of corrupt Influences Tuesday and that many of than it presently serves," said Calvin Greene, dlrec. Mikhail Sholokohv, the Soviet
on local politics. It his followers could be electedto tor of Plants and Grounds at the university. novelist. All three of them observes

IF BARRY'S DEFEATED was not too long ago that carry on his obstructionist Beta Woods is the the Times, "are Com
children as young as eight policies In the House and Sen- university's "Iovenland. munists. Indeed Sartre says,
and nine years old worked 10 Nobel l
the Russian the
I and U hours a day In coal ate.THIS IS ESPECIALLY true BY ALL NAMES SHALL *E KNOW HIM. Committee only has honored Is Bor-

Who'll Bandage the GOP? mines and factories. There In the Mountain Suites and the A newsman we know wore a red face last week when he is Pasternak "a rebel of
art persons still living i Middlewest, where right wing addressed Gainesville Police Captain R. T. the East who was forbidden
who recall that In textile Angel as "LlAngeL"No
Republican candidates still to the by Nikita
acept prize
By RICHARD WILSON stantial victory in Illinois birth. One of them is undercurrent mills there were men whose
a good chance of unseating so the captain. Shrugging oft the Khrushchev."MY .
Chief. CowinWIshlnltoa what Is to become of the Republican of dissatisfaction with t Job It was to carry a long liberal Incumbent senators "That's OK, I've been called everything" slip, Angel} replied,

Bureau wonder-boy Charles President Johnson's methods cane with a leather strap on SYMPATHIES go to
CHICAGO, in. If the Re- H. Percy, in his race for governor the end. They used this to what Is called the Easternbloc.
and style which would have
debacle ? 1 the backs of children POTOMAC
publican on Tuesday four strap FEVERBy ." Mr. Sartre has been
Is as great as the pollers find If the Johnson sweep over- more years to develop. who fell asleep at their jobs. loyal to his friends. He has
but do not really believe) whelms Of all those whose fate to-
( all opposition In Michigan JACK WILSON Cowles Washington Bureau Joined in common causes with
who will pick up the pieces of can Gov. George Rom- day Is tied to Gold water's, Tire: NOXIOUS evil of A Senate committee says TV violence causes delinquency. Sure-listen sympathizers of the Soviet

It conceivable that we will i ney survive and how Is Sen. whether they like It or not, sweatshope and the exploitslion enough Goldwater speeches and you wind up voting for Johnson. to Union and of Soviet Cuba on
a shattered political party! Is Hugh Scott to pull through In probably the most promising; of young girls and women any number of occasions. Re-
have but a II I n g 1 11 political Pennsylvania? Is young Taft the Is 47) and I were until! recently a blight cently he traveled to Cuba to

party with many gradations If none of these can live he seems the one most likely on our moral standards. We The U$. me a new satellite to map location of distant 1 land\. celebrate his enthusiasm for
and divisions within it, and through the anti Goldwater, to survive a bad Goldwater art engaged now In a great Hawaii, ha* been a stale for fhe years Homebody' decided Now that that country's new regime.
opposing It a mere factional pro-Johnson holocaust then defeat Taft does give the Impression moral struggle! to remove racial out where It l Is. 1Ie ought to find Sartre calls himself an existentialist -

group representing at lie II t who is to Inherit the Republican of being o u a g. He wrongs and evils that He is primarily a

only about one-fifth of the Party when the prospective combines the attributes of[ have sickened our Christian super verbalist, who spins his

voters in the country Inheritors have been disinherited both his mother and father principles and our ethics for Kremlin bosses busy teeming thoughts into plays,
are explaining
to other
Those of us who have had ? and while he may not at prt* a century. booted Khrushchev. Communist' leaders why they novels autobiography, ere.
our fingers burned whllt i l In all these major states ent have the depth of Ills, We steadily have Improved tion. Strange people they hold the campaign after the elec alive philosophy, biograpLy.

cooking up pre election conclusions there are special circumstances I father, his personality Is, as a moral and civilized pen- essays criticism.: He I is one
In other years are which may make It more pleasing. U Taft can pie. There is. all over the of the foremost creative liter

naturally wary but It seems possible for some or all of the win and defeat Sen. Stephen world In Russia, In Europe men of our time, and although -
Young his In Latin America, and LBJ's brother Sam paid a hospital bill with a bum check but hU
the common lot of an of us political moderates Sen. aging Democratic lawyer says at the center of his
I the new countries a problem it was a bookkeeping error. Big brother nays it couldn't have
mistakes opponent, against a Johnson happened If
to repeat our so Kenneth Keating In New had Medicare. we philosophy Is the importanceof
here goes. York, Scott of Pennsylvania tide he Is likely to move of Juvenile delinquency the individual, lie Is stubbornly
On the assumption that the Romney of Michigan. Percyof strongly forward In the Republican of riots by college and slum atheist and so denudes
Sen. Coldwater blasts Mr. Johnson "
pollers can be right this year Illinois Taft of Ohio to Party. He has played[ group of senseless lawless- for "Daddyism. That's a switch it the Individual of the dI-
end used to be a great thing to be the father
ness. That this Is sa prod- of
It your
not to country.
about the outcome of the win In spite of a Johnson offend the CoUwt- vine spark that Is his surest
presidential race certain oth- landslide. Some may wonderat terites while not really Joining uct of the new environment The President be alert to claim to Individuality; and heis
urban neat
of vast : says we the
follow. How them. H* would have the danger that a revenue surplus
conclusions the Inclusion of the son of socialist and
er : stubbornly
Is clear. Out big Job Is the could choke economic growth. It's the ln.idlous trend toward
potential of balanced
can President Johnson carry the late Robert A. Taft as a patting the problem of cities. that worries him. a budget so denudes the individual of
New York by two or three moderate, but In today's con pieces back together If the The Sherman Adamses and the privacy which best ,.

million votes as forecast, text that Is what be is. Republican Party Is as badly the Bobby Bakers are embar- C cts the dignity\ tf the h*
without also carrying Into theSenate A BID GOLDWATER defeat dismembered Tuesday as the when It U not on record that LIU ever ..iAd rather be right than PmMent. man condition. \
raising, especially they
Robert T Kennedy? would not mean the ultimate pre-election polls Indicate it Involve betrayal) of trust and In fact, most people would think you were crazy for even bringing the question la to s convenient tune foe I
IF JOHNSON Is to win Ohio ruin of CM Republican will be. confidence. But let us not try .Po those who cherish the nodes

by a margin of 100,000 how Party, anymore has It was U the polls are wrong, most to enlarge them to an Indict- of the super Idealism of the

Is Robert Taft to pull through ruined when Reosevelt of me moderates may survive inert of a whole people la- Three farmer Eisenhower cabinet members Nobel Committee to meditate
in the Senate race? If Johnson crushed Hoover In IHt Cer and the fight could still gq 11ftwith dividual norai'ty!: is au .fall COP la worse off than Mother Hubbard her support President Johnson. The M the character sod work II
bas In prospect a sub law facts favor a strong re l the Republican Party. dividual matter at taut nobody stole it. cupboard may have been bare but Jean-Pain Sartre, tke Com
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I CONSCIENCEOF News of Special InterestTo CHURCH. Morlah ANNOUNCEMENTShit. Baptist -!; Sunday! ,

un- School, 9;43 a.m.; morning worship -

I 11 .m,; Baptist Training

the Colored Union, 3:30 pm.; and evening

I Community worship, 130: p,m, There will be

THE Ii prayer meeting Tuesday, 7 p.

*. MAKRIION, P,1.3MM M4fvMWMri fySOUTH News items for thin page should, b* directed to Ben F. Childs, Colored News m.; and Choir No. 2 will have

t MT COWLS Vk* Prtlt. editor, by nail at 526 NW Sib St. or bY phone at FR 6-5753. Do not send its rehearsal Thursday t"p.m. '

Florida's Beautiful (' ; ...!, ID MNNION Vic. Prssd.,1 I Item directly to the Sun office Rev. L. A. Tillman, pastor;

.at a..w iv. i.iwr w. .. (tunSllltOCI. .. funtrtl irriHiewiitnti, triwi .v.11 l .er., WII; be found M P 'fit .
University VIII PrMiMtt ..d A*
City' Miss Callie Brooks, direct
vmu.. emciwi aoa TT* CIONI, ;
VIM pntiMut ... CtrcuiMitn Moo,.?. SPEAKER ,TALENT PROGRAM ress.

PMII Ry..RALPH..... McGII.L._ TALLAHASSEE, Speaker! j The Lay men Movement of Spring Hill Baptist All j I

THE SUN'S POLICY .. ik. .........wimMi tan.> '"p.c..,II''$' for Sunday Vespers at Florida I The Laymen Movement of the members of Ushers' Board No. II I

A&Vf University Nov. t, will be (Spring Hill Baptist Church Is are requested to meet at the ;
1. Report tie newt fully and Impartially in tie ntws eolu"", Mrs. Cernoria D Johnson
sponsoring a talent program at church Nov. 2 at 8 p m
2. Cxprni iht opmioni of tie Sun Irvut only In tditcnals., PoliticalGlItters' above, Washington, D.C., "pre-- Ithe church Saturday, Nov. 7, Moss, president; Little Bell RI-
3. Publish oil sides tvf Important cwilfovtrnol 11_.. tentative of the Nation Urban
at 8 p.m, on behalf of the chur- Icy, reporter

The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 the League Oklahoma and formerly City director Urban of ich I Mt Pleasant Metho d I. t -

r Participants from all over the Church School J:30 a.m.; mornIng -
League for 13 .
Johnson years.Mrs. {county will appear in the proIgram ( worship, Communion, 11 a.
Is the
only I m.; and evening worship com

Communist LiberalizationThe woman speaker scheduled for The public Is Invited to at- munion, 7 p.m. Rev. W. M.
the first trimester
Arc vesper! program
Full tend, I Ferguson, pastor.TRIMESTER .
which Is directed by Dr

ousting: of Nikita Khrushchevfrom .eves, N a sign 'of the change in Bus- James Hudson, Florida A & M ,JOINT SERVICERev : ENROLLMENTTALLAHASSEE

power in Russia has generateda sia. Th 're can be little doubt that Washington Notebook-The University chaplain. A. Wrlghtcn and Rev. FloridaA

stir of alarm and uncertainty in Khrushc ev could have kept himself ly political filled -gutters are plentiful Long active In both public [Lonza Lewis will conduct a & M University last week
Communist parties around the world Li power If he had maintained his the predictions to that sustaining effect and private of Oklahoma social service her agencies Joint service at the Antioch released a summary of enrollment -
n a 11 I ve |Holiness Church on N.E. 8th
statistics for the first trimester
-but net for the in Stalin did. If made during and -
same reasons as vcrev police, as eave after the state Mrs. Johnson was a rep Cf'rnorll Johnson ,Ave., today at 3 p.m. of the 1964-63 academic

the pant. In the days of Joseph Stalina '. suppressed all disagree- Republican convention.The resentative to the White House The public is invited. year. The record total enroll

purge uould terrorize party members .. f. x 'th 1 is policies and employed Democrats possess a Conference on Children and!I ment of 3,2623 was summarized
number of Youth for Oklahoma PERSON.\LSI
bombshells in '
at he tie and abroad. They would t .jiaunist assassination and con- that 1950''IN MEMORIAM: : 'according to students living on
can be dropped The PresI- and I960 I Mrs Willie Mae Jackson and
begin to examine their associationsand ca: r In e Imp methods of getting dent so far has forbidden their In 1958. as a recipient e? a1, In loving memory of the late I Ulster Miss Beatrice Falrclow,'I I and off campus and according

v enter if the ax would strike rid of... position. use. He Is saying he will not (1,000( Ford Foundation Fellow. Mrs, Fannie D. Thomas, an active both of Philadelphia Pa., who i 10 enrollment in the schools of
the ,
them. .e coups and counter-ten ps After h chieved absolute author- reply to the muck raking ship she studied In New York and devoted member of!have been visiting their family I The university FAMU director of admissions

aftelin which finally brougit opposition. City for one year. In 1959, Mount Pleasant Methodist,and friends here, recently returned and records Edwin
ity in 196 however Khrushchev while her Church, who departed this life' : ,
continuing study she their home.
Governor tll
George Wallace
Khrush !v t > the top had similar ,M. Thorpe pointed out 'h 11
chose to r'band Stalin's camps of of Alabama, now Is working accepted full time employ. Nov. 1, 1958, Councille E. Blye. ''I.. While here they visited Jacksonville mb
women students outn u er
reper. f mi ts the comrades political pr oners and to quit killing In that vineyard In a recent ment as associate borough dl nephew and family Tampa, 3t Petersburg men in all areas of enrollment,
to lauu c., tfu. winnlng"lIlde.Bu. rector of the New York Orlando and Dell J.
appearance in Maryland City "y. ,
off the d'u enters. He began to actsonrethit.g' a ciiort\ucotp TO APPEAR I with 798 men boarding< Students
crowd of only 1,500 turned Youth Board, serving In the !Mrs Jar lson wan the house
tie' the reaction is ofquet. ke a Western democratic The Choral group of lodge and 123 women txwJiiitt
s se one out. But the governor wenton Bronx. She left that position guest of Mrs. Kathryn Lewis : .
',. fag and even defiance. Com- politician, ind to "sell") his Ideas with the show The crowd late In 1960 to become consultant Mo. 113 will appear in an an- students, for a total' .. i"
students living or rr
munis, leaders of Eastern Europe rather thai to impose them alto- waved Confederate flags on intergroup relationsfor land niversary Training program Chorus for the Monday Sun-. here.Mrs. Johnnla Mae T atd of I City students ''I" n:

gether. not. American. In fact. the the National Board of the on l plnnd i was vlsltln Mrs '* ., .
are ,? ikinff out in frank, uninhibited Nov. 2, at I p.m, at the 8H consist of 't
flag of their did YWCA and a member of that Lewis.
country not
lar iage. They are asking why The of libetaiization and Bureau of Research Mt Carmel Baptist Church women.A .
prCess ppear. They chanted "Im organization's I Miss Mattie WIHis and Mis'I breakdo- ""iei

and row Khrushchev was deposed. modernli ition which Khrushchev peach Earl Warren, Impeach : Studies and Program AtNOMRK: Mary L. Jackson, )Imlh ol Ml figures by 'I'.J *
This is striking demonstration of Earl Warren. Resources. ''aml of friends In
a started Mould be extremely difficult Bible' Thought-"Jesus spoketo were guests following jihiratli. Ar't
I I the extent to which the national Mrs. Johnson holds a mas them saying "I am tne light' [ the University City yesterday, culture atHume E mire,
i to rever ,e, as the reactions inside the THE GOVERNOR ter's degree in social l work from Mrs. Ann "tiler of Jackson .
: Communist parties freed themselves rose to of the world; he who fi''ows, 188.: Arts lId Sclt va '.8V;
,I from Moscow domination during Commu list bloc already have shown. the crowd's level, calling the the Atlanta University School of me will not walk In fa ,iness ville, k Jng here with I Educatlo, 812; a".a tie

Whet is U.S. Supreme Court "a lousy, ; Social Work and Is a certified but will have the llg1;! I life."1 frlendi School," '*; ?-allege ( a 18.:
Khrushchev's we are witnessing actually .
j reign. no-iccount outfit." doctoral candidate from Teacher Mr Wllnon returned
-John 8:12: (RSV* School jf Nursing 121; ,(tool
a breiJcup of Communist solidarityin I College, Columbia Unlverslty ''lIIff' from Washing '
The GOP y 8S
prepared, at great [ of Pharmacy, ; aoca-
The East European leaders, In contrast th'a world. The European Communist expense, a television! m o vie, While at Teachers College \. ALACI1UA NEWSAnnlvenary !ton I owing a two-week tlona Technical Inst 't te, 37.W'Jiln .
to Khrushchev's successors at "ountries: no longer jump to Mos.CGw' which I frankly was luridly she was elected to two eluding roe' er daughter, Mrs the School o'' igrlcultun \-

sensational. Its honorary scholastic societies The 9th Annh'ers.ry of r ellj n, and other rela- and Home K niomics,
home, have been praising the achievements call. More and more, they aremilking' purpose was Phi Lambda Theta and Super. .
to present this nation as com- Kappa Inttndent S. K. Lampkins, pastor 1\1', tin (t an S3 fust yi.r it I idcnts:
their decisions in
cf) Khrushchev. There has been own foreignaffairs Delta PI. For time Mrs .
a ,
pletely Immoral and decayed of the East Side Church "f Io.OTI(1.: :3f seond ye "' .dei'i, 2 8
many a clear hint that these Com on trade with Western countries Johnson .taught sociology and ....
with the Implication that God In Christ, here which wi, I Th, be a banquet In the t Ird year a 4 foi ih year

munist chieftains want the new regime and on communication with the the President the man who American history at Langston begun Monday Is closing toda.I .\ dining of the Shady tudents, r 'Ul't !IllICIt

in Moscow to carry on the lib- West. has been In office little more University Mrs. Johnw In her home'* 11111"' ;,,,. he day an Inter ',1 i :.m, ve Baptist Church8pm itudcr'.

eralization program of the last several than a year Is responsible of .: !* "..mother..1 )I ling p i will be rend',- r In fit! rf -ts and
tw. .
At home, each country is experimenting At the last minute SenatorGoldwater I seen apt # ,| Sclencoi .r.'...itnt figures
and to continue the policy Judith and !\ .
years J>fl1. .trr'l u -
with variations 3U
from pure ordered 1 I'a show 367 ir .en sophomores

of getting along with the West. socialist theory in economic l\\tMlies.! .,.K, .i,.,U .;i. \!'!'''"''Uly t"! 'I'I id: ,M'V',.'..:? '. 1-- I. .1|: JM )jiihiori 408 sexton,

"vidslingun and W unclassified stun nts.
Both Poland k.nd Yugoslavia have a"j ,
Leonid Brezhnev and his cohortsare 4 'hI'"In
The College of Law breakdown -

impressed sufficiently by this reaction traveled a long way back' to privat I. .r n'ie"-m" l .4lrtrrISO. 'I'.i )anc Is: three :reshirei three

I in Eastern Europe to make a farming. Yugoslavia has a unlqt' /nil 1 ,,', .I 'sophonvnes, six Jun'or! and

considerable effort to prove their system of decentralized industrii i,ip' II. ., U '. .., four one, < ./lfled stunrnts.FnroiK .
good faith in upholding; the Khrushchev management. Other nocalleu Communist ''', I ',I ," ..uuoii ueii, pastor 01 11 IlllhsI ( : a the School el Nursing .
1 .
*i 23 tphomoreJ
the T.- "'- :: arc
"I 'j IS : Hartley :
countries art. br .
policies. .
-. Church will be the u( in ten.tors
't'" lurch principal
go.is -
fetters in art, music, liter.ure and I .
!largest speaker In the program that tl .
the removal of Khrush. I
Although other aspects of life. ill I will be presented at the Great- School oil-

chev appears to have been far froma rr Bethel A.M.E. Church on behalf \FLEANOU O>\'KNS: and 1IKKI1GRT JONES I ment' list >t tu- 411
there elements The United State under Presidents dents 18 oj A Ii.
Stalinist purge, were NOT SIME the Harding of the Matthew Sclpplo -- -

of a tricky coup, enough to alarm Eisenhower and Kennedy wisely administration has tie nation Academy Christian School a t --f: : U fourth nil

other Communist parties in Europe. carried out policies designed to had a really corrupt and Immoral Ocala on Nov. :} at 1 p.m. six weeks exams nor Owens, Miss Student. Coun year studei '

promote this diversity in the Com administration. The The public Is Invited. were administered Thursday ell and attendant Patricia Jen! In the VwrtInstitute
The East European countries are 'trine, Define Nelson and DI. thei n' :1(;
administrations of Harry Truman Oil. IS. The following students
fearful of a return to Stalinism. The munist countries and to promote accommodation and of Dwight D. Eisenhower TRUSnts': : DAY ,na Sheppard hilts Senior| and,men, 18 sopho i;*. .'"' I.
made the honor roll.
with the West. Trustees' Day will be observed .
people have enjoyed the relaxationof were embarrassed iltcndantj Ellean Lump and one unclum.c ''

totalitarian controls during the Influence scandals. Mr. Els by at the Shady Grove Primitive Donald Wheeler B, Sharon L in*, Elizabeth Singleton, land .I School of Edu.3 i a n
anxious The recent,action of Congress in enhower was embarrassed by Baptist Church today. Kelly B, Richard Washing Melvlna llowell, Mr. and Miss ,mint Is: IU frcklur.t. I n :S
and to
last decade are prevent voting to prevent Food for Peace his chief aide, Sherman NOTICE ton B. Sharon JordanB, Da- Junior- Marva Jones find Gary 'jophomorei, 184 Juni l r' J'2' :

any retrograde movement. sales Adams. Bobby Baker, who Breakfast will be served In vld Hill.B. Delphlne Nelson.B. M.:CIoln, Mr. and UUI Sopho-I seniors, and five Utl<,'fihrd! i iitudcnts.
of farm products to Communist I'more' .
Eleanor Owens-I Nathan I e -Patrltla Miller, .
served the whole Senate has the of the |
dining room Shady
The deposition of Khrushchev, countries was a step backward.But embarrassed Gainey, Alfred Roberts B ten Anderson, Miss Frrshman'
a n u m her of Grove Primitive Baptist (
evfn: though "democrat! by previous the proposed new treaty ft'r an senators and the President church today from S a.m. to I Mae Edith Johnson, Drlurers'and iitendanls-Vlrglnln Wat MINISTER: IN CONTEST
standards it fllchardion-B, Cetlla! Lawtim hint Miss NKA and attendants Today at Greater Bethel attentlon -
Russian ( probably exchange of scholars and professors He did so by betrayals of confidence am. '
B, David Cheswbroush B, Joseph -Pelnrea Williams, and rran- will be centered upon
wrs the closest thing to a democratic tween Yugoslavia and the U.S. p om- placed In him. But,
SINGING CONTEST Oclly-B. Dotty Frazirr rr, Jenkins, Vine! Wlllisma. two thing The Confer once
change of) government in all Russian .ises to be another advance. as not time and Is will not reveal, he was There will be a singing contest Phyllis Jenklns-B, Edith M11... Charmette Club and at.1.ClalnO. Budget and the Pastor's Appreciation
sn important
history), still was disappointing to factor in the national I III .. at the Antioch Holiness Mabll' Holmes' B.[Irmlnnls Bonnie Hill. Patricia' The congregation! will I I

people who had expected an orderly The Eastern Europeans are showing Church on N.E. 8th Ave., today Joyce Jordan-, Vcrgalcme In-Lumpklns and Roberta Jink show appreciation In their pastor -,
The nation and its.
transition after Khrushchev. Khrushchev us that they are more interestedin govern at I p.m. ranvB, Diana Sheppard B, son. Mr and Miss S. n I o r I I IChorusWIHIe for the service he has rendered

himself had indicated that he economic and social and ment have grown steadily The following will appear !In Meanna Blake-B, Barbara El Dnuer and PaullaB. I during his four-year tenure
progress moral In the broad
more aspect the contest: Florida Suwannce and Alvin Banks-H. leU. Cannady-Ml Band I here. Many achievements.
expected to retire from office and to friendship with the West than they of our lives It was not Singers and the Crown Jubilee Homecoming will ho observ-itekirrs Rlchardnon I have !been made during his ad-

be succeeded through the legal selection are in Communist doctrine. We should too long ago that every city Singers both of Gainesville.This ed, Friday Nov 13. The follow. The New llnrnemakers
I of a new head of government. continue to encourage this develop I had its. acres of prostitution., promises to be s very Ing people have bern thrown to America district meeting was I program which led to

Even the forced resignation, how- ment. gambling and vice, with perpetual fine entertainment, and the represent various scandals of
corrupt Influences public la Invited to attend ranlzatlofls around th* campus 24. Kiiella'' Walon and Pitrlc1la I keeping the church! credit at

on local politics It bas, Mebant and attendanls- Jenkins (birth of Meba.iei I par. also maintaining a high

IF nAimrs DEFEA TEllWIlo'll was not ton long ago that CLUB SLATES FETING Annette 'Hill Linda Lundy and'were' nomlnalm to serve as spiritual standard, and promote

I children ai young as eight The Frances Robinson Club. Sharon Williams Mine H..,me-,vice prenident and secretary, re- I Ing a reign of pears and goodwill
and nine old worked 10 of the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church
years the member of the
coming Eslella W 11t1ll Sharon ipn'lively of dmtrkl 4. among
and 12 hours a day In coalmines will meet with Mrs Marie
Jordan and Carol Brown fit The student' body will ob- church and toward the community
Banda ere the GOP? and factories. There Rowe of 510 N.W, 4th Street, on ,
tie His Homecoming and at verve I 1't first Quite Day M ,rvlrtendants .
are still living Monday at 7.30 Mrs. Esther
U persons pm. Irma Jean M a'r d.r r.::' J. There will be three The Appreciation S. r kd'
who recall that In lei tile W. llamm
reporter Sharon Jlankerwn. and "'11:1:: ,:!i. dil' T-'red this year will be at I pm. Rev, K. K.
WILSON stantial victory In Illinois birth. One of them Is under mills there were men whose
By PATIENT IN MID CENTER McOain Miss Hanet Elear I';, I Iadrnt: / *r ,>Oiuey will be In charge Thai}
what is to become of the Republican Jcb It to long

Chief. CawlesWashington current of dissatisfaction with t was carry communion
Charles with leather Rev. Jones minister, Is s ) holy .. will, be adminlatered -
wonder-boy. cane a strap on
Bureau President Johnsons methodsand at both services U s m.
: ,
patient In the J. Hiilis Miller
In his for the end. They used this to
H. race -
Percy governor
CHICAGO, EL If the Re- ? style which would have strap the backs of children Medical Center. and 1 p.m. 85. Paul CME.

publican debacle on Tuesdayis four more years to develop.Of '. who fell asleep at their jobs.TILE Friends hope that he will soon I Church will join In an after.
as great as the pollen find If the Johnson sweep overwhelms be well again Mrs. T. D. Shannon service at g 30 pm. The RenE
.11 those whose fate
sll opposition In Michigan today "
(but do not realty believe reporter r 1".111 be In charge
NOXIOUS evil r '
is tied of
to Geld water's
who win pick up the pieces of can Cov. George Rom- The Pastor's Appreciation
it conceivable that we will ney survive and how Is Sen. whether they like It or not. swestshop and the eiploita- CALLED HERE services will clone

a shattered political party* Is Hugh Scott to pun through In probably the most promisingIs tion of young/ girls and women Mrs. LucreUa Dixon, of Mt. ; ; 1 wo. night st I with' the urging Monday cm

have but a single politics' Pennsylvania* young Taft (he .Is 47) and were until recently s blight I amt has hem here for several!I ; ; I tent among the ministers The

with many gradationsand If none of these can live be seems the one most likely on our moral standards. We weeks eariiig for her father, ministers will ..
party competing :
to survive s bad Coldwater are engaged now In a ..reatmor.I Rev. who Is il: ,
divisions within It, and through the ant Goldwater, Willie Murray, Reverends D. E. White, .. M.
defeat Taft does give the Impression struggle to remove racial '
opposing it a mere factional pro-Johnson holocaust then PLAM MEETUIGTb. Daniel, Wrlghton, S. R. Top
anti evils
best who is to Inherit UM RepubUesn of being y. u n g He wrongs lost
representing at '. !,n. A r Alexander Cainue nf
group combines the attributes of have Ifckt oed our Christian I Deacons and Ushers ( !)
about one-filth of the Party when !the fntfedhe. Shady iron W ft. White W,
only ; ,
both his mother and father principles and our ethics fora of the Shady Grove Prim' ;c
voters to the eountrJ'TIIose inheritors have been disinherited and while he century Baptist Church wiB meet at the M Ferguson T A. Wright, W,
of us who have had may not at present I I. Bawler and .tones Cato. Ml.
have the We steadily have Improved horn of Mrs. M.ley Keaton today
burned while In all these major states depth of his
fingers Pleasant Methwllm. Church will
our i :
as a moral and civilized at pm.
father his po-
cooking up pre election conclusions there are special tires I instance more pleasing. personality If Taft pie There Is, aO ever the During the meeting an Irtr. be present and infer service
fa other years are which may make It canwin Mrs rtorene MM flebn I
world In Russia la Europe (. fUng program wM be < w
and defeat ..
naturally wary but it seems possible for some or aO of the Young I his S. Stephen /In Latin America, and ed. MM. F. D. Shannon, r'c; :, make the annual report of Bet...
of all of ns political moderates Sen. aging Democrat1! ts
the common the new countries a er. lei Church at this sc s
to repeat our mistakes' where Kenneth Keating In New opponent, agamst s Johnson of juvenile delinquency I }J I The tnterdennmlnjii! Mtv

goes. York Scott of Penrayrvanla, tide he Is likely to mete of riots by college and alumtroupe. ,Nonce, i lister', Fellowship' I rim In
strongly forward In the Republican The Threat Gmrt Lodge t:
On the assumption that the Romney of Michigan. Percy of senseless lawless, [reuar senslnn Tuesday :il U

pollen can be right this yearabout of Illinois! Taft of Ohio to Party He has played ness. That this Is a* end prod-" I m will not have tie reeling :- a m at Ml. PIe..nl Mithlldl.ttI

the eutcone of tie" win In spite of n Jekiaonlandslide II not to offend the OiMwalerttes oct of the new emrtronment '!Monday. Nor I hot wH '4: I :arch Blehop Henry Wu. rnw

presidential race certain ether Some may wonder while not reaDy join of vast wtaa concentrations Ka meeting and the final enc i preside

coacauions folio.. Hew at the Inclusion of the son of feig them. He would have the !II clear Our kg job Is the (lice KM few Monday. Nov I. >t- Rev Walters. White, pastor:
A. Taft potential of polling l the (8 pja at theIsom. el Xr Or' '
can President Johnson carry the late Robert as a problem of dUes. 'Mrs. AjUmeM Winjau reporter
pieces back together, a? the Ma III ill IW. w.
New York by two er three moderate, but In today's context The Sherman Mamas andthe ,
that lu what be Is. Republican Party Is as badly [Street
viBfcn votes, as forecast Bobby Baker* are embarrawing
dismembered Tuesday the I TIlt eVs be In AILING IN IKMPITU.(
as are le pad
subset also carrying into the A MD GOLDWATEX defeat when Alaclum Student(
especially they
preelection polls indicate It I flaIl during. UM me.tsaq Mrs. Bertha Mae Murphr Is
would the ultimate -
, lenate Robert T Kennedy mean .Involve betrayal el trot and
will be. ailing In the AUtnua General
IF JOHNSON! to to win Ohio r ef tbs Republican confidence But let as M try WOMCVf DW PROGMMV Iwsrry limit 'kit was elected ,rtllld.fI t .f GlbI>> !III'lllp//aL

ly a marts of MOOD now Party anymore t has .tt was If the polls are wrong, most to enlarge then to an I i i Toe Women's 0., eWrvanfe I Junior ('"I)'..'* nphomort claM IhU week He U Mrs. Murpti/ ( :ends hop
Robert Taft to pull through reined when It welt ef fie moderates may survive- mem ( hole 10.Okfcal .
s o s people watt be Md at tilt Skadvh chews here wild Harnmle )MfUurln Tampa aopho- that she .lll soma regain bet

s the Senate rare* If John- crushed Hoover is m:. Certain and the rigid! could stJB n en noratty II.. a Cave Primitive 8IptJIt Jhorrfe I mart wk.. KM elected tir. trevldtnl llvnt U a* serial physical ,'ondKloa. bits.

ion bit to prospect a tuft- facts favor a strong re within !the Republican Party. dividual matter, I I en N... W. I bo or graduate of >iefa.se High Kcbout. F D. ffluuuon, /fjxrfUr,


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,, Barry Brings Oiiniwti ..4 ion.rn.nH of Su. ...*..... .re ........,* in Hit V.... .l tKo PMplo column. L. sen would Indeed have to I I
mint ko io.noo' ...4 .... riio writer I .dd..... No mot will ko wlrhhoM it ....,OI.tI. A lottof should poSSI'SSsome
MI otcooo" 500 wo.it end oivtt ko .....tt.* on cur* .... tide .t tho *o.*f. PMrr ..*...| .. u>od. Tko. kind of clairvoyance toknow" .
Facts Home Sim ........ the rio>t H rolocr ..v lonor *r r* thMte* It, without chMin. the ware:I mo...... t* he Is right youcan't ouhutr '
I..t. know it by logic a r olSCOUtt

EDITOR Sun: I am for reasoned deduction. ,

enator Barry Goldwater be- On So, the slogan Is an open-
ause he li a sincere and Presidency. ended, emotional appeal with FROM NOON TO 7 P.M.H' .
Courageous man and a true Its validity depending entirely .

iVmerican, who is trying to on your acceptance of
ring the fact to the Ame rimeat spending federal, someone's undefined "right-
Attack private character, and seek
can people that a strong coun- state, and local-has Increased on Barry to assume by inference an authority ness." It may be good advertising
y, defensively and economically but It's a dangerous
much or position they do not
is for more rapidly than Violated Church for
more important prescription decision making
| than how many coins j Jingle either population or production posse Mr. Stringfellow and his cosigners in our process of choosingour
in one's pocket. and govt spending must EDITOR Sun: During the did not speak for the president.
He will bring back the dig-- always carry govt control.In recent meeting of the General Episcopal Church, which nei- However, the slogan's implications III
(ity of the Office of President Convention of The Episco- ther endorses nor condemns are even more disturbing -
kind we will again have the 1946 Ayn Rand wrote, pal Church In St. Louis a either political candidate. than Is Its pointless-

[espect of our Allies and the "The greatest guilt today Is statement was released to the THE REV EARLE C, PAGE ness This sanctimonious little -
Ights can again be turned that of people who accept collectivism press condemning certain aspects Depu'y slogan calls for a political
|on at the White House by moral default; of the presidential campaign positivism (know") based on I
Are we really at of Senator Barry Gold- emotional
peace the people who seek protection 'Right' a n judgm e n tj"heart"
Do'e have sound prosper water. ( ) of one man's right-
? from the necessity of The release About What] ? :. ALL BETTER THINGS COST
|Hy was widely ness ("right") It sounds almost ..
Is one Judged by the com- taking a stand, by refusing to and erroneously Interpreted EDITOR, Sun: The as if It had been dis- LESS AT J.M. FIELDS! '
pany he keeper admit to themselves tile na- as an offtcai action of the political ti"r'" from "Brave NewS

Don't forget Estes, Baker ture of that which they are Episcopal Church. The factIs slogan know he's- "In your. heart i r.J" or "1984," If we buy
you right" Is
land Jenkins! the General. Conventionwas so the product it advertises, we
accepting; the people who easy to swallow that It deserves -
VIRGINIA LONG used by an Individualfor may find ourselves faced
support plans specifically de- closer consideration,
partisan political purposes with a dangerous political
signed to achieve serfdom, since it's offered as a pre- dogmatism, provided those i-
Dem ..
scription (9
ease decide
Twisting but hide behind the empty as- Several weeks before Con ing between the your candidatesin who preach !It can decide ..

Voter sertion that they are lovers of vention, Mr. William String- our national election Closer which "right" text they will
Insults freedom, with no concrete fellow, a lawyer and laymanIn consideration raises two follow. v
New York, drew up "A All right already )' ,
j \
attached pertinent ;
EDITOR, Sun The Democrats meaning to the questions: First
Statement o' Conscience" at CARL. OPP j
what does it l 1-\
word the people who believe really mean or .
are showing on television ; .
and mailedIt
own expense !' ,
? Second what
say are its Im- -
i picture of a S othat the content of ideas need to 1,100 lay persons, .
plications Socialist Use
cial Security Card, tearingit not be examined, that principles priests, and bishops of the In the context of national

in two, implicating that need not be defined, and Church, requesting their signatures issues, problems, and needs,
Goldwater would do away Demo li
with Social Security NowI that facts can be eliminatedby it really says .nothin,. The PartyEDITOR ftAI
Mr. Stringfellow carried the slogan is meaningless by
know and every Intelligent keeping one's eyes shut any Sun "It will be
signed petition to St. Louis. reasonable definition
of I Its
American knows that They expect, when they find He the Democratic Party and not
was not an official deputy terms. In it "heart" seems to
he has no such intention.He themselves in a world of to the Convention. Totally be used In the symbolic sense- the Socialist which will bring

says he will make It bloody ruins and concentration without authorization,. Mr. as the seat of emotions. socialism to America. It will

better. It sure does need camps, to escape Amoral Stringfellow called a press In this sense your heart does not be called socialism; its flmsbtJ,

improving. responsibility by wailing I : conference in one of the cor- not know; !It only feels o r opponents will Insist that It is ndy.lo-u'ttrMEN'S ,
If a man drawing $50 per 'But I didn't mean this!' ridors of the convention hall reacts. You "know" In communism, while Its friends

month Social Security check Those who want slavery The statement signed by mind, not your heart, your by will know that it Is industrial SLACKS
and has a wife not quite should have the to democracy." So wrote Upton
grace 726 individual Espiscopallans facts, experience, or rational -
old enough to draw a check It its Sinclair, one of the foundersof + 4
by name.
name proper from 41 states, was of great deductions from facts or
and earns more than $100 They must face the full interest to the press. Some experience. "Right" has the Socialist movement In
per month at some meaning of that which they the United States.
reporters and reader were vague meaning in relation to'heart"
job, he will\ be not quite are advocating or condoning: able to see that the press conference and "'know""Right" At the local Chamber of
old enough to thaw and the the full, exact specific had no official con- of, over," on, about, Commerce Is a placard bear- Ivy style* finished 1
man earns over $JlMI per meaning of collectivism, of nection with General Convention or by what* Just plain "not Ing the Socialist platform of bottoms; sizes 29. .
month at some other job, its logical implications, of then Others did not. wrong."? If so, "not wrong" 1927. All but two parts of tVRpV01SEp 42
his Social Security check l principles upon which it Is The sense of violation felt about what* this platform have been ful- MpK1ND Black olive char.
cut down dow' Yet a man based, and of the ultimate by readers, regardless of So far the potential beneficiary filled cancellation of the ,
working for the automobilemanufacturers consequences to which these their political persuasion, was of this slogan has not war debt and I compulsory WH TESpcdal cool

draws over principles will lead. They shared by clergy and lay delegates been shown to be Bright a n health program, and the Democratic -
130 per day for his work andis must face it, then decide Party has been contln-
In the House of Deputies any major issue on which he ,
contracted to draw $100 whether this Is what they has expressed himself This ously laboring to Impose this Ir Irr
per month in retirement. Is want or not." In response to this deliberate includes both his original I complusory health program -Rugged Vinyl I II
I this fair In Demon !
a great misuse of the General opinions, his changes (now upon this country. Jjr
[racy? Such payments to an There Is one man In this Convention, the House of showing up In 'Tightness" Phillip Crane, in his book I SCOOP CHAIRS
has declared
worker is found to campaign 1+
uto "
ads "The Democrats Dilemma,
said ) from his
Bishops formally : original opine
Innate "Government that Is big
the dollar. Will Social
"When particular bodies, ions, and his explanations of states that the Democratic I
'[ Security graduate to enough to give you every- societies, and individuals what he really meant. Care- Party has become the cap 3.27
thing want Is big enoughto
such inflation It needs Im- you
tive of such American social.
ful and I
within the church-exercising reading thoughtful
1 .
take have 1,1
proving and that is just what everything you I t o ;"
freedom Issue of his written lots Inhabit the Committee -
their statements analysis position as t'
+ '
Goldwater he will do The man Is Sen. Barry Gold- t s l
w)4 te I
If elected. says water, Will you stand with or opinions, we aik papers reveal built In of Political Comp. Vo/ue/ 4 93 r
that, in simple courtesy, and contradictions which invalU Americans for
him A
When the Democrats twist ? Education'l comfy multi-purpose vinyl chair
responding to legitimate au- date various proposals in re- Action, League for
what Goldwater says on thatto W. C. CLIETT, JR. thority, they Identify their lation to one another. You (Continued on e Heavy vinyl seat with brass legs
tearing up the Social r For Indoors, Chic colors)
Security Card -doing away
with Social Security, I MATCHINO ARM CHAIR .14Weitmghouie
think that is an insult to
my intelligence; and an Insult I
to the average AmerIcan Your Choice Next Tuesday. e I
voter. It makes one
think the Democrats are
twisting the rest of the good *- SpecM,

things Let such the he twisting stands Democrats for.and keepup bes. May Be The Most ImportantYou STEAM SPRINKLE and STRETCH Women's

I believe It will get more PANTS
votes for Goldwater. 4
My grandfather voted a
straight Democrat ticket all Will Ever Make! r $368
his life My father did the
same. But because of such
Incidents as tearing up the Cem \
SUM, .
Social Security Card BE SURE TO MAKE IT-BECAUSE YOU DO HAVEA .- ,,,'1 'ob"c ""'''9. 5,"<1"" pias wu/r .If,,,,,", Cot
twisting a lie Into what cIi'J'' c".,.. 1 \J... P'o''" Ow, 6 s" 'fun. Ilw. ...."
Goldwater stands for I worr. end bte' :II,
shall vote a straight Repub-

lican ticket this time at CLEAR CHOICEIN : "hllll'lk.-" ""'i'"l .,,1.,
least My Intelligent Is Insulted -

VELMER AKERN M.n' aVD 100; Wool


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president 5/1.99 $457
EDITOR Sun: As Novem- .
ber J draws war, we seem *jif'<*>.dsrn7.
to be retreating from what and1' All whI'e super absorbent canon. Orl".II "lc.4 sc.n
should be the major issue of
this campaign. Liberalism vs. Guoronteed. Sizes 10 to I It. Sizes 1 to 14. Red Chorcoal White.

Conservatism. Or, limited A Democratic Program to unite Americans city worker
government as opposed to In- 'Infants' ;Nylon KIng Sin
creased governmental controls

It was over Woodrow our individual Wilson l l lives. farmer, and businessman for strength with peace Stretch Tights Liquid Detergent

who said, "The history of liberty

la of a governmental history of Imitations power stability, with progress opportunity with security 87

not the Increase of it 37
When we resist, therefore the
concentration of power, wt Stzel I to J

are resisting the processes Sizes 6 to 24 mo. with plastic/
panty 32'01.
of death, because concentration size, Mild to your tIond.
of power Is what always
precedes the dcstructon: of Field Grown
human liberties." Or, as Walter WUlOn' loy.

Uppmano has written. DEMOCRATICelect Football Set
The supreme architect, who Rose Bushes

begins as a visionary, becomes ,
a fanatic, and ends asa $997
despot" 2 yr. 97 c
Complete with hel".t ,
The Tguret from tbt pods, J."..
and pont. Avis 4.7, 8.11.
ruled States Chamber ., er !
Commerce show that from 1 yr. 37c
117 to WJ the population has [ Wilson Cup Jock Krem.r
Increased 301 per cent aid W,&. ..l<
the private national product Sam. world cho'" .ona.
U3.4 per cent while the total

ton. Modefe&M expenditures PRESIDENT JOHNSON
hate increased Zfi.1 per cent OPEN 9 AM.9 r.M. SUNDAY NOON.7 r.M.

the Federal fort aoodef ease GAINESVILLE
Acres Free
P 1 per cent, and to: state ',4.. .... Parking
and local govt JM J par cent u. s. 441 N. ot 23d IId. Phone 376.1292

The truth is that govera- .

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LA Sun Sunder, No..mber 1, 1964
Look what this man Is don't give a darn, for they
----- -- -- - it. going
-- Now
In the so. called loyalty rulers load us with a perpetualdebt shouldn't surrender our personality come you Into our belittling know when they
around saying. He is are well off
*! (Continued From Page SA.) Crane says they succeeded pledge designed to drive out we must make our Freedom Is where do what comes naturally to our President to the and they think their best

Democracy etc. W i I e ly, because they took the trouble the States Righters. election between economy and free will is expressed in conscious help keep this man from taking lowest ebb and the things he weapon is to dramatize most
!, Crane believes, the socialists the average American would Walter Reuther in a letterto thinking and not in All That be
liberty or profusion and servo If believeIn over our country. anybody Is saying makes him unworthyof any subject. can their
avoided pushing the third par not take"to educate themselves the Resolutions Committee itude." Yet I can Imagine acqulescense.Jeffersonian you democracy, has to do Is to look at anybody's president except downfall.
the A. D. A. to stated: "We do not believe
theme. Under a philosophical con- W. M. HENDERSOK
ty this. batemo'ngeri and they
Goldwater In the
Banry saying then vote for a man who believes -this man's voting records
they have shifted slightly viction and then to do a tru- the South will bolt, but ,
from the classic socialist goalof ly remarkable Job of sellingIt. lilt so chooses, let this hap The Republican Party has given In and abides by our Congress, and the awful thingshe
government ownership of ." Faithfully Crane believesthe pen. Let the realignment pro rebirth to the party of Jefferson believe Constitution Barry Goldwa said when he was nominated Off-Campus Enrollment Up t
and If
Jackson hired
you since then he
Industry to government con- Democrats can and must ceed. A. D. A. dislike of ter.HARRY
trol of Industry (Keynesian regain control of their party. moderate and conservative in their philosophy then L. WALKER, M,D. some ghost writers and now TALLAHASSEE (APOff 465 students, Florida Atlantic
with the
lot Is
Socialism), with the voting I I do not share Mr. Crane's Southern Democrats Is second your only he has switched completely campus enrollment In state uni- University has 28 courses with
The Republican Social
public "bought off" by the en faith. The A. D. A. Is In the only to their hatred of Repub publican Party Party.will be the dominant Welcome to. around from he voluntary now he versity credit Arises is up 46 1,134 students, Florida A and
of the welfare saddle. It will ride herd licans. Security says from last total.
ticements on of the South within per cent year's M has 11 courses with 160 ate
party to strengthen -
and wants
realized that their and all conservative The Democratic Patty Is no Is for it
state. They any or Fold
ten years. There will be nowhere Johnson to the Florida Institute dents and the University ol
itI According
best vehicle to reach the i e moderate Democrats who longer the party of Jeffersonand else for Southerners to South Florida Is offering fivt
goals was the Democratic dare protest A.D.A.'s leadingthe Jackson, they have deserted for they are basically a EDITOR, Sun: What a surprise know a lot of people in for Continuing University enroll' courses with 135 students.
go trimester's
Party since "there seems no party of their fathers it's heritage. Can any conservative to come this late for this city have changed, and Studies, this
Inherent obstacle to the gradual down the primrose path to one Imagine Johnson or Hum- I group. born and you to switch horses, but wel- they will be glad to know this ment has reached 6833 with

advance of socialism in Keynesian socialism This was phrey saying, as Jefferson Although Democrat was I have come Into our fold, it Is bet- paper _has done the same several registrations still in- Create Ties
the United States through a first evident In the 1952 said, "To preserve our inde- reared a ter late than never. And there thing, and thero Is no doubt complete.The .

series of New Deals." convention when they brought pendence we must not let our found Republican it necessary Party.to espousethe But I is no doubt in my mind thata Johnson and Humphrey will total surpasses last year's TOKYO (AP) The New

lot of these letters to the carry the state of Florida. China News Agency said Satur-
admit that the Party enrollment of 4,549 by more
freely Florida has too much to be day Communist China and the
label Is not the Important factor editor have helped play a partIn than 2,000 students.
thankful for to just throw it to I new African state of Zambia
f r. On Paperbacks. in deciding how to vote it changing the editors'minds
the winds. The University of Florida is have agreed to establish formal -
real facts
Is the principles involved. The plus some diplomatic relations and exchange
... desire to belong is basic in all that have made the rounds. Any President can help a offering 95 off-campus, courses' ambassadors.
of us, but In belonging we Anyway, we are glad to wel- state or he can almost forget State has 78 courses with 2.-

Refutes Smear did.Criticism The book, -Roosevelt and I

B: Mr. Stormer Hopkins," by Robert Sherwood

On 'None Dare' says In his book (pgs. 169 and was used as a reference
170)) "This became sharply Churchill'
to document
clear in an article by Arthur
EDITOR, Sun: Sept. 22 Schlesinger, Jr., assistant to advocating of a "through the

1964 the Christian SCIenceMonitor Pres. Kennedy, which set I Balkans" Invasion if WW II. Regular 39' Colonial Heavy FrozenCutUp f"I rtnr-eon
ran an article "Stor- forth the for achieving for I ,
plan Sherwood, an apologist ??
V ??
!! ::! ? !
mer Book Draws Criticism"by SAVE ? .
socialism In America The Roosevelt and Hopkins and r
Richard Neff, staff writer. NCCR report states their re their concessions to Stalin FOR BAKING HENS
Mrs. Chalmers' letter Is searchers looked up the ref. mentions Churchill's advocacy

strangely similar in wordingto erence for this: Congressional of the "soft underbelly" FOR STEWING

the Christian Science MonItor Record, Feb. 8, 1962, pg. approach and ridicules It. On GOVERNMENT
article, The letter does, Mel and concluded that this, the NCCR dwells! 0 f CHICK SALAD INSPECTED 1

4 however, contain three minor "Schlesinger outlines no such course, the reference does CHIC. & RICECASSEROLES ;iii:
If deviations from the Monitor plan, In fact Schlesinger's remarks establish the basic fact that 4-6 "
article ((1)) claims pages 32 said precisely the opposite. Churchill had advocated the 25' '''_' = !'
and 218 contain lies In the ." They then offer three strategy which many histor IT ???

form of nonexisting statements paragraphs completely out of ians and military people feel _
etc. and 2) she cites- context to press their point would have prevented Com iea

I. a 29.different Are the paragraph three minor on deviations pg- Their ,third speaking paragraph of for"The instance munist rope -gains and in that Eastern Rooseveltand Eu ........ .......,....'..................wuGW3uuuuiuuuu. .......

the result of her own more varieties of ownershipthe Stalin overruled him.

diligent and Independent "re better" etc. even seems This Is all Stormer used the

search"? like a capitalistic statement. reference to prove."

Here we go. I am quoting However, examination of
Next, : "ObjectingTo
page EARlY
from a booklet prepared and the preceding two sentences, A Conservative Conclusion BIRD SALE

published by Liberty Bell which they conveniently exclude Based On A Conservative I

Press entitled "Anatomy of a prove Mr. Schlesinger Source: In it's fifth exampleof
Smear An analysis of the at- Is speaking of governm e n t "fraud, hoax and decep
acks and smears on the book ownership. I wonder why they tion" the NCCR objects to a
I None Dare Call It Trea- left that out. 'It should read, coment based on a QUANTITY RIGHTSRESERVED "
passing Froien Chick.
i lon' ", (I would not want you "Government ownership and conservative source Stormer, Giz zards 19 THANKSGIVING
o labor under the delusion control can take many forms. PRICES GOOD THRU b, TURKEYS
all this by while discussing reasons NOVEMBER 4THCOPVmGNT Reg 98f( Gr, "A" Bonel.uTurkey
hat I The
Independent public corporation
the failure of the Bay of Pigs Rolls 79'
nysclf, therefore when I use |In the manner of Invasion, stated "Weaponsand ar1NN-.1t1..rowr.' $S04 1Na lb. _
J wmeone'i material I will so TVA Is one; State and municipal ammunition were supplied p 7r Grade "A" Frozen Turkey jf &.

.. jesignate) ownership can" existalongside to the underground in Wings. 1b.29'Gr.

"The charges: The NCCR Federal ownership; Cuba by the CIA in such a "A" Frozen TurkeyDrumsticks

(Cleveland I ) charges the techniques of the coopera- way as to Insure that t they Rag 49< Gr "A" Frozen 4-6 ib33
against "None Dare Call It tives can be expanded; even could never be used," ThisIs
Treason" have been reprinted the resources of regulationhave Stormer's ::
of course, opin- Ducks GO T. ,
In the Congressional Record not been fully tapped. Ion. To back up his opinion, : &E&
varltles of iNSP, O QUICK
liberal Democrat more ownership W
by he cites a column written by %
Reg 59, Gr. A 6 8 Lb Young
Charles Vanlk of Ohio. They the better; liberty gets Edith Kermit Roosevelt In 5. V 1 V GL "A" FROZEN
have served as the basis more fresh air and sunlight which she reported that the 1i
through the Interstices of Geese 39/
for similar smears In newspapers a CIA supplied one under
diversified than :
across America. In society ground with 30.06 cal.
some instances the NCCR has through the close knit gripof ammunition group and guns that re- Reg 79< Gr "A" Cornish Gone TURKEYS

'' been credited as the Source collectivism. The recipe quired .45 cal bullets while
(III In the article reprinted lor retaining liberty is not nationalization other groups were given .45 Hens59x
but muddling I
herewith from the Christian
cal. and 3006 ammunI-
; Science Monitor), In other through a secret long tion. guns NCCR claims Stormer's !R.g. 59< Armour Star Froien Stuffed 18-22 5-17

cases NCCR material has known to the British who, ss reference is. a "fraud and a UBS.R Las.
been plagerlzed and presented D. W. Brogan has put It hoax" because Edith Kermit Turkeys ,". 39x ( ;"1 3 3 (R. 45")3
'change anything except the
as original research by Roosevelt did not say specifically l lf
Social- ;
of things.:
and organl a- appearance '
publications that this was done "to
Lions and In one Instance, appears Insure that they could never PEPPERIDGE FARMS STUFFING
within this frameof
of college professors practicable "
a group be used, Stormer never
Across the United States reference", as a long term claimed that she did He

dozens of individuals and proposition. drew a logical conclusion
groups have undertaken Independent The NCCR Is here again to- from the facts. If the CIA Sweet, Juicy Florida
research of the tally untruthful The very na thought that eventually, In MORTON Fowi Chick, Turk, Bed Sail /bury, Mt Lr, HornDinners er

charges made against "None ture of this Congressional I the heat of battle, the under. ORANGES
7 Dare Call It Treason" by the Record Is that of a Congressman ground groups would find 2. (, 79?

NCCR and others who are concerned at the presen- each other and match up the ,4a' r f"
using their material One ence of an advocate of socialIsm guns and ammunition, they MINUTE MAID FROZEN ORANGE Yft L

such Individual, John H. (Schleslngcr) on the are stupid if nothing the.I .
Mitchell of Dearborn, Michigan Presidential staff. Congrt i s- Whether the actionwas Delight 5c: 89/ 5.49REGUlAR
read the Christian Science man Goodell quotes from an prompted by stupidity or a
Monitor's published a t- article by Schlesinger entitled treason matters little the
tack which was based on "The Future of Socialism : action "Insured that the weapons .
the NCCR report. Mr. Mitchell The Perspective Now." He could never be used." 29< DIXIE DARLINGRaisin eawt; ,,, AP y 'i FRESH FIRM HEADS
investigated for himself. then states he Is placing the Lettuce
I!) 2 Hds.39'
Mr Mitchell's 2,000. word entire article In the Congres- Now, Mrs. Chalmers, you ] urea d '. bi loaf 23" V8ft.' .
letter (to editor of Christian sional tecord so there can be flatly stated "lies, usually In SWEET JUICY MciNTOSH

Science Monitor) based on his no question as to context of the form of citations of non- REGULAR 39, DIXIE DARLING X"Y1 n1j'' Apples 2 ibs. 29'
II' research of the NCCR reportis Mr Schleslnger's comments. existing statements or exact
printed in full with this No question as to context ly the opposite of what Is Pound Cake 12 29x
report. and yet in complete distortion stated are to be found on pgs. -

'theTeir-nlque. The Big I of this the NCCR states 32, 29, 58, 169, 170 and 215."
Lie: The NCCR In its first this report Is completely the You have failed to prove such

example of "fraud, hoax and opposite. This Is a very conscious lies on pgs. 169\ 170, 29 ind REG. 3/45' PET EVAPORATED t
deception" simply denies that and forceful effort at 58 What about pgi 32 and 1-
Arthur Schleslnger's articleIs calumny," Unquote from 216" You state A listing of

a plan (for bringing socialIsm Mitchell letter all factual errors, distortions REG. W, [A. THRIFTY MAID Y, C
to America. They lift one Now we proceed to page 29, and misinterpretations would Milk 8TALL 1 ,
quote out of context to paragraph 3, which you quoted run Into the hundreds. I am Peaehes4s1.
"prove" their big lie. To see out of context, Mrs. Chal- asking that you list for our lI1K
who Is guilty of a "fraud and mers. It should read: "la edification these hundreds of ,

; hoax" read Mr Mitchell's actual conduct of the war, errors, distortions and misinterpretations REG. 2/35< THRIFTY MAID APPLE
discussion of this matter In military decisions were made ---

his letter to the Christian not according to the tactical See letter, Voice of the People i EXTRA. r---+ 5CIA'A; Sauce 8 Cons 303 Sl

Science Monitor, and the needs of the day or to capitalize Oct. t, 1964, for com TOP-VALUE...--STAMPS-. 1 I TOP VALUE STAMPS. .
article which is the weaknesses of -----
Schlesslnger on ments on Bradford County I e.. .a.OAale.. ta..ew T art .... p.,. REG. 29, THRIFTY MAID '.NO II-Gr'fnII
In full"The the bit for the long
reprinted enemy editorial and Mu .eT eM w e..ANO / a.N
Telegraph ;
Is In advantage of .u"'i:;, Cream Ground
following quoted range political Beet
part from Mr Mitchell's letter the Communist consplr a e y. are right. It did contain, fat T".v?wt.r.T.w .',' O.. .. ... Drink 82:1.
"some of the most glaring :
"I have found their report For instance, ((para. 41) at the mistakes." If Prof Potttr ; at .".. _..... ,71 ::::::: 7. .

so distorted in its con- wartime conferences, Roosevelt
wishes to attempt a rehabilI- REG. J/39 THRIFTY MAID EVAPORATED
tent that I carefully examined agreed to Stalin's de-
the strong charges they mands for a "crosa-channel" tation of John Dewey's reputation .eXTRA EXTRA. l Ten
and Milk.I 1.RES.
respectibillty, 10
make both about the book and Invasion of Europe, over that's his albatross. Your TOP VALUE" .STAMPS TOP VALUE" .. .STAMPS I Cons .

Its author The NCCR states Churchill's 0 b/ let Ion ,. letter Is really no differs t Trwa. ..... Ln.w.. Owl .........
they checked 41 references In Churchill urged an attack on from the feelers.." You also WhiteA' cre'''Peas I COOK Cub QUIH Steak";otf* 4J, EA. THRIFTY MAIO CORNED

the book thereby giving the Europe's soft "underbelly." are using diversionary tac .- T.... .......... TT TMU ......... Tr. 12-0.
Impression of exhaustive research Such an offensive, aimed at B eef 3 1.REGULAR
The tact Is that there the Balkans through Yugoslavia reader's tics. You mind wish away to divert from the the L .. ._ _.... 71 .. .Wf _.... 7 J Ccnfr .

are ala references offered by would have defeated facts by picking and snivelIng -
Mr. Stormer. One might ask Hitler, and prevented Com I I over "documentation" tE '4'i2A EX.TR ATOP J/37 THRIFTY MAID
about the remaining 77}. However of eastern ( f I
munist occupation VALUE STAMPS TOP
and ill that means Is the STAMPS
of the 43 references Europe." w r1 .1w were. ..1.--...+w Catsup 811.SI 1.Gain..UI. 1.
source from which the Infor- .
they art purportedly to have Quoting from "An Anatomyof mation was obtained. You ae-. .MclcaMilt. _. .w1rT_. .ewalrwr.. c."

checked, close scrutiny will a Smear": 'Objecting To failed to attack the facts ,t Cut Com Canned Ham
find they never mention how A Conservative Conclusion refutation you. T..wY ........... Tt.. TNwuNar.t.. 7ta ..
failed to present a logical
I many were found to be In Based On A Liberal Source: showing your sourceof ''' at art wrM" I73 I ... an _r... e7.
correct. But by plunging Into Where possible .None: Dare documentation of LuuUI
I II an opinionated diatribe of the Call It Treason's" author facts contained the book.
r book at this point, they give used liberal to .
sources establish You make accusations but .. '" .
the totally erroneous impression facts. One these facts ( : :
J that the entre book is were established the author's you fail to support your charles *

clever perhaps play fraudulent.on words After they this Naturally conclusions, his were conclusions stated.differ put pooped with up,out.Mrs.proof.I do Chalmers You have did, sue you not '.te.J1 r/ Place 2ii lOO" J To Eat i8J

f. then offer a paltry three references from those of the liberal recommendation-read Burn- p<< f'-ti tlJn Jgs

a' as evidence, obviously source It Is on a case of the ham's "Suicide of the Weif .
confident that ttt' reader liberal source. It Is on a case
will find it enlighten! !
having been suitably Impressed : such as this that the NCCR: -In .you r.: ::....
will not personally cnerk bases Its third example of ,

them. This reader hoi e\er, "fraud, boll and deception." MARGARET S. \IDA!.


__ .. IlIA.,.,. '-- __ -. ._ .. .. 1 0, "d".J "" '-"" ..I"', .."' ..

........ ......10..1 I..I ,....:4:...... rYn; ISa

_.,,,. Small Counties Benefit .
I p I : .+:-.:.i

: I
By operation of a con. 11- not expire until 1993, counties

lutional formula, Alachua County AMENDiMKNT 12 which depend on the secondary
(; got bark $134 In secondingroad .
I mad fund already want it ex-
UC Declines funds for every $1 it paid .1|
''I out In 1962 63 In state taxes ball. for each $l paid out 'tended.

Onfirms' Johnson Touches Off Brief ;on gasoline for the special fund., At present the county Ixne The Alachua County Commls.. This is because road building

Action That special niche In the constitution fits from operation of the law sins attempting to use its own loans frequently are 30 year

was created in 1143 to: Not as much as Liberty Crun- crystal ball has endorsed I notes But the constitutional fore
i FilmDVLLAHASSEfi help smaller counties which ty smallest in the state In population amendment 12, and asks ,
mula runs only 21 more years,
Scare Stock Market then Included AUhua build which gets $9.53 (voters to approve It
(APTh) :1 on backl unless It Is extended by the vol-
has: road*. The provision expires in for every $1 paid out Of Sidney Martin, county ronvmisslonrr ers. Counties are having more ,
iDlic Utilities Commission
1113! 7 cents tax per gallon, 2.] ('!'nlalint'S : said the commission
cjmed to comment on the film BY THOMtS: into the fund. believe that !benefits within;:trouble getting loans.
il MILU.NEYNew was cruising serenely In the vicinity Investments I Tuesday Alachua County voters 1 ers I
Ite Welfare State distributed fork Due to the next ten to 20 will I 11 Of the 13 amendments -
Times Financial of the historic highs I A survey by the New York): must decide if that rule 1 population growth years proposed
tthe Tampa Electric Co. and t Editor reached earlier in October! Activity Times of 525 companies! showed ,should be extended to the year i'Alachua is moving away from'outweigh any future losses this is the only one '

Florida Power Corp., untiltcr II I Kern flnrk JTltttr was rather dull. their aggregate profits up 17 I I 2011 the status where It gets more I "Right at the present time I it t which Guv Ferris Bryant does

a conference of its memo-I'I NEW YORK The market ended the week:per cent In the first nine I I Vottrs I when they deride than I it !gives toward the "big:, Is best for Alachua County. I Ii tfi nut i, favor He" believes counties

FB+ lOut! President Wittingly or with modest losses. The New months of this year as I whether to flip the "'>'1'"" or,I county" status in which giving i i to the best of my know ledge!: "should( make loans for shorter .

The film was privatelyreened i,the Johnson became York Tunes combined average(ed with the same period compar'l. ,"no" lever beside amendment exceeds getting Dad rOil n t y I Martin said terms reducing the amount oft

Friday to see if Under it had: principal factor. in the stock"market's Of 50 stocks eased 4,21 to 520.24.:(Nine of every 10 companies had : U._must look into the crystal for example gets back 48 cents i I Although the amendment dOl"r.cJlllly i Interest which must paid. ___ '
Apolitical l overtones. a" erratic performance while the Dow Jones Industrials
higher earnings this year,
rte law, utility companies are','last week declined 454 to 87308. In(

bidden to participate in any When the President let it be the process the market Ignoredsome The survey also indicated that Counties Want Own Voice I

,Ittical Mtlvity known on Wednesday that he rather salutary busine sand lover all corporate profits I

The commission must decide was becoming increasingly con- economic news other than this year will reach a new -

ether the film was distributed cerned about the possibility of the spate of good earnings. !peak. Record after tax earn Alachua with
By CL1F rORMHR County, along
iproperly by the companies fort I Further Increases In steel prices,I It paid little heed for Instance 'lings for the full year 1963 totaled -
billion. Sun Education Writer AMENDMENTS 5 AND 6 114 other counties ran the same
$26.7 At the three-
In connection with the cur- stock market suffered a
to the further rise In 'gauntlet In 12! winning the
Isharp loss In I !quarter mark this year profits Florida's system of passing I
at political campaign.fThe steel production (now at S3.5 approval of the state's electorate -
Welfare State" was pro- the final hour per cent n( capacity), the 20 were of at an billion.annual rate in excess local laws In the state legis-'appoint their school miperiiv.\ but also to Esrambla to exercise a local option
led by the Church}League of it that d a y'i WC'C"!, cent in machine-tool $30; I' odd situ I
I per jump Mature produces some tendent. Lake, Martin Palm Reach on the method of selecting the
erica and presenbt It speech' adlne. !III !borders in September, settlement There Ii no doubt that steel!atlons like Alachua's voters I Amendments 5 and 6 on Tuesdays I l'Itnamlnole and Taylor superintendent. I t
actor Ronald ftea gan. SB The next day, of the General Motors''price Increases exert profound I[deciding whether Okeiihobee general election ballot I Counties ,

a prologue to the speecji, after tad the. President strike the stronger tone In con- Influences on a wide range of County should be permitted to applies not just to Oknechobet. ,I Because the Florida Constitution -for Hut when vote the here issue came up,
issued a year
I church league disassociates struction activity, further im- other materials. That Is why states that school superintendents
)the to the superintendent -
more, r.a swing option appoint
elf from aoyUunjl'thaI, rhf provement In railroad freight President Johnson like President I shall be elected for: beaten
'constrtled ,tidi11f11LsaDy artLimmissiort | statement volume and evidence that the Kennedy before him Is Orders FEC to Abide four year terms any county'; Will badly
: to the effect that the admmmtration's administration Is thinkIng (after a bitter campaign.
II. already ,so concerned over Impendingsteel j I I i wanting to appoint their nupcrintendrnt -
guidelines werenot" of stimulative to Increases.Both Several of the larger counties -
at programs I
orney Leafstteway I i must put the mat
: I
Intended to fix wages or sustain economic growth after I I vole amend I including Pinellas, Sara-
to to the
.field ewsmen/"Isn't prices In a free society, investors mid 1963 V presidents have sought I By Prior AgreementMilk iter a I sots Dmle. Charlotte Brev-
pretty iIIMo.. wheY/Ute-\ .] : took heart and the market I to gain acceptance of their I [constitution and passed their
re stands for"'! bounced back. It also took little e economic guideposts as anti Amendments i and I do mil,lard Orange

Phejllm, originally 11962 (elision The week'i events thus demo ment from (khe fact courage-I Inflation Insurance. .Neither industry .i JACKSONVILLE (API-) The revoke notices of changes it If approved by a majority:'their I referendum and now appoint

broadcast, referred to amber onstrated two clearcut facts: significant firming of I nor labor hat had much I,''Florida' East Coast Railway has pased July 31, 13! and Sept Iof the states voters grant superintendents
from the narket'. rates seems Imminent. The for that and and 24, 13 and 'conditions of tii\ i<* eight counties permissionto : The pros and cons of appoint
.#Jopics ringing Irst| ; extreme sensitiveness bond sympathy program, been told it must pay wages I em
market did '
however are
A} number'"jedera.l.eploy.; M adverse political withgovernment businessmen are quick to point I provide working conditions established ployment" pouted Sept 1, 1963 appoint superintendents.They I ing school superintendents
si to the "amount oE-money International news, and second bond prices rising out that nothing was heard]i by collective bargain- only will allow\ them lo nut an' Issue Tuesday
about V. the The United Involved. All I
point during last cane brought by counties
determine, by a referendum In eight
ant in iedferSt: air programs. ,. Its( remarkable resiliency. from administration sources Ing nearly two years ago
week or so. States ties In with similar Is chance to hold
a local elMtion If they want:they want a
agan "generally opposed,.fljeeasuresjiesnhke I Before .steel prices popped In- I when the automotive workers
As the election campaign U S. District Judge Bryan actions brought by the Brotherhood Instead of elect the|11111 election and make their ownI
.pf, |to the news, the stock markeW seriously breached the g u I Ide. to appoint
.. .I nears its end Wall Street is / Simpson Friday Issued a preliminary of Railroad Trainmen and superintendent. I decision.
-r ...;:-- --- -- :-- --- --- no posts with a > per cent wage the I -
less convinced than it was last In Injunction ordering the Brotherhood of Locomotive ,
YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES: OCT. 10 i summer that President Johnson I pact September. FEC to abide by agreementswith Engineers OVERSEAS SHIPMENT OF

will win. "A far more sensible an t 1- minoperitlng unions at the

I ID High Nnr' Y.rt Low Tow Close Net Chg. The market took the economic inflationary course," said the time they went on strike Jan. 23,I Their members refused to

I 25 Rails 151.81 150.16 150.68 Off .12 program unveiled by Brita I n I Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. In 1963. He gave the railroad 14 cross picket lines and an Injunction

>&;5 Industrials 894.15 884.98 889.80 Up 2.17 last Monday just as calmly as its latest letter, "would be to days to comply. already has been granted FLORIDA I1

0 S.cks 522.98 517.57 520.24 Up 1.03 it has taken the US election(take ill possible step to make I The order prohibits the Jatksonvllle -I! In their casesComity.

_. campaign. ,competition more effective. It .Miami railroad from
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Britain's program The 15 ought not be scuttled In favor I following pay and working conditions : Kuglisli
per cent surcharge on Imports'of so unpromising a substitute i it established for new

I FLASHES and tax incentives for her exporters II:as the guideposts," employes hired to replace strikers : Tern-hern Hold fat Engl.nd.

)lARk-F/r may seriously affect i: With that, businessmen heaiUily and those observing picket I Ie.l.ndScotland,
U.S. trade well
foreign as as along lines. II
list of this country's businesses !-/ agree. Fh>l Meeting .. W. Gtr"'."'. lellum
iEW YORK (AP-TtH) stock I For the week, the Dow Jones "The fact that a strike U in i ,
that are engaged in It 1 ..
rket took a small loss last industrial average declined 454 But the British program could) progress on the FEC does not,I Abclma County English 1 I ,y Holland France, I

ek as nail Street was en-!to, 873.03. The Associated Press have been much worse from Opt'IiS| Talks justify Die wholesale Ibro, Ut n I I teachers exchanged Information and Swirserland.averseas .
of > ul1ectivt bargaining '
pped in pjelectioft cauIi average of 60 stocks fell 1.0 to,the U.S. standpoint. exlahnl.":' I, and discussed technique entire .....".
'330.2.The. It might, for Instance, h a MOSCOW (AP) Turkish agreement the judge said. : hurl I II. W. will owls r ahipm.nta; the i insetbe
In the first of ereer.
i I rhursday DELIVERY
Included a shal p rise In the'foreign minister Ferldun Cemal He ruled that iolations of the tat !INSURE CHRISTMAS

not ,for stocks 1 sharp probably loss I \>leek'. Volume was 23134.970 ,-,bank rate ther, causing new I,Erkin opened talks with Soviet railway labor act threaten irreparable -((I.meetings planned (for this I SsTtsai. 'lbs.".. x"-- ka. Nev'I \
to the public uv school .ar. ..
shares compared with pressure for higher Interest Foreign Minister Andrei Groin Injury ) .11
mod Is
Mid have established a ell ores es
ate gain on average. I 23.905310 the previous week. rates here or It might have imposed )'ko Saturday in the first stepto wrest and to the right of the The program, held at iuineit-- : .1 I orates, seedless r.jH'rult|] will ,ship ml.ed.hi.ndi ,. Pack.ie

The most important item was'Of 1,530 issues traded this week I a tax on British securities improve relations betweenthe FEC employee and unIons. I ville Illgli School, explored various .repetru.t.endu.eenteed.If rot specified

esident Lyndon B. Johnson's 739 declined and 639 advanced purchases or other overseas two countries The railroad-has tiered. --to aspects! of team teaching: Seed'"."r.4 a ,ift .t d.llcl'1 fI"ld. c1tru. to "I.tl.( .. ..,

ported concern about the pow about the 1----- Speakers (mluilcd Count; )' in se"let. If I I. different and will b. e""clel'
>flity of a price rise for steel I Uncertainty presidential School Superintendent elect .cI.

Addition, U.S, Steel reported election also overhungWall ( Commission InstallsNeiv William/ S. T.Ibutt. Gainesville ,I Send order by ", .iI er visit our offices el Cross C".II.
drop In earnings from thefind Street. Despite the pre- High School Principal JomphHudson. I Remember ell el eyr pockages .r. "condltl..It

quarter to the third ponderance of straw votes In Mrs. Anilaiu Ben'nil, II'"1I1..eI.
Irter. Wheeling Steel omit favor of President Lyndon B. chairman of the <:Iii{ English: CROSS CREEK GROVES

| its dividend on common Johnson's election, many Wall Dept and Mrs. Louise. E.: Island Grove Phone 466-)410
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Regulatory System 0. In
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and deferred Its payment Streeters could not forget the :English lencher of .IIS. a. H. iMniM Wllllcmi. 0.*., .
upset victory for Harry S. Tru- .. 101. L4ed..y D.e S..,. la 'h.,
cumulative preferred' .cIMIIII'j n. wd .... .., 41." ,
I Various audio-visual I ..... MMrfo. N.... 10. It"
Ik news prompted sharp pre-elec-tion TALLAHASSEE (API The time to determine what the ef Joe Campoamor, a Tamps were di-nvmntraied' Nat C
from the: I ._ ,.
ff which spread -
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Florida Milk Commission has;feet might be. But the commtsIsion producer-distributor usually at SAVE
Dewey.It CLIP AND it-
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to many- other. leading I taken the first of two steps to I brushed aside the opposition J|loggerheads with the commission "'

Mks throughout the I&t and I seemed to many traders install a new system of regulating (land made the switch unan1I -! told It that the elate:! should 270
.I result ,was a moderately and Investors better to stand the milk Industry In this j mously. 'try harder to protect the consumers THE MAGIC NUMBER IS
decline oil market aver aside temporarily rather than
Mp state.It Dairy farmers and their die'Itributors In regulating prices\
;eij For the week. US Steel to be committed too deeply on, merged four of the five In effect on I THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE ELECTS THE PRESIDENTThe
operate While the to
price paid djirjr
1st. down. 3'i at 58. ,_ _election day __ __ ____ i I marketing areas Friday into a contract But the distributor II'farmers the of of Mr
dropped price number t9 remember 270 Thi' ''I the present
super-milksned comprising most/free to bring In milk 'rom outside -!]milk to the consumer has risen Mr, Goldwoier must wn, Ion the electoral tcolleg. to become "..,
of i the stale. Next month it Florida to supplement they and most parts of Florida are of the United Sfflte

plans to establish a market- supply I paying the highest price of milkIn riwl

,wide pool under which dairy I The import powers, won in a the nation. Campoamnr said _"tee_. vow ?!.r u, "vas aarr leAWNIN '

.I farmers and distributors will I decision by the US Supreme In Tampa Bay where he operates ALAIAMA ----r.J I ,M,,, T"f
business brief operate In a different relationship 'Court, resulted In lover prUvs', Campoanxtr said milk can ALA'IIA I" --", H'W'" -1ii

than at present being, paid the dairy farmer? II be bought for 74 cents a gallon HA"f'. I I NeVAOA -i:
| Milk industry experts said that,The former top price of (I rental berauM a socalled price war Ai "" 1 I I -, N. MAp.N/laa IIlA

'the switch should not have any''per! gallon droppH to M cent ,existed there but In other parts :_ ,I-"'-1 New ,,_AT_MiMCMMM _,_ _

),effect on consumer prices The,I Under the proposed m.irkctl|,of the stale" milk emit II22 I Ill MAilION .01 CAIN tOM IT" "CASH. "" ....- --. f

L "H\RTERS PRODUCER: prices which dairy farmers iwlde pool the dairy. ,gallon.Either. ---- MIM ICO -. --=-1
armf'r.l caoop a LCOIIHI : I
Elmo E: Seville. Gainesville,would receive for bulk milk under -would produce her the pis ) .n.. .. t_J-
1LLh11ASSEE Secretary ( C i-- a I I"
one price Is loo low or .. .
representative of The Lincoln:' the new arrangement have the pool liMit would supply alldistributors' D rAmi -- -- 1 I !' eCOLINA .
tat determined !
National Life Insurance Company not been milk ordJ The di* 'i.o.iii.----. .. It 'f- Itr= _.'
!Icelt Jhe chartering of three Spokesmen for dairy grouJl'l''trlbutors would not I 11 |Irn-'L-ommlinion' s h o I I d find out ...---- I' -- ,1- -I .,. -
: and a member of N, POglesby agree ..__ ____ It _I I. Glf cIlDID CASH 110M MARION
i hua" county corpor,twnj.I .[ ti Associates, protested mildly when the commission port milk. In''Khun Campiamor said PAYDAY IANs AT MARION" -- 11"r t "

jrporators are nut necessarrompany vile, gained national JaL'wn-1( suddenly revealed Its The Pensacola are was E Rotx.rf Langley of Jv uon for his record of personal proposal to combine the Tallahassee I lout ol the super nvlk hed but rf-l1!'nlle. acting ,chairman invited NAWA// '_' I I ; 'i oa100 --- -: I I-- I '
officers. They are t = 'tr=
production for September, according northeast Florida en-I forts will be made In' "Ming jl1;I Campoinwir( and! all other milk :: I :!( .=I r e....10.NtrLYANA IIlA.O_ -I ;

ffrisch*! Big Bay of CainejVt -[ to Henry W Persons,I tral Florida and Tampa under later, The M'aml area isregulated ,I Interests to come In with specific __._A__ __ Is. I : --,=r .. 7 soLiNA _CI'=:!rrHO'A. --_..S00

Vt, .. 203 TJE. 1st St,[senior vice president and director -!i areas into the super milkshed. I(' by the federal govern.'imenl 'regulatory plans they would like : .' J I I 1 I 1itLS i W TH CASH /ROM MARION
of They said they wanted more >ii ho I! see enacted -- ?
agencies. rte
tsding! in the restaurant busiW. -( tHOU O' CAIH SIs MAiIOM iijV I eaaoti I _:

II authorized to Kfl IDOt: The award was won bi competition 11.-- ,, ."ii.d""ijfi'Y ...- -'-'
ol stock with all of the corn ,.... -- ____ f
.fates comim at $10 y -
*pan> i more than ZSflD files'representative r \ -r

lire incxrpo'aton are Don throughout lb. YOU MUST ....,... ---m' .. Y/ ._ --.- r

dJN C>,iuauh: Madeline: C (country .A.'I, ANO ., IA .-.

alr/rrf Cincinnati, 1Jt.1oJ.C. r Ralph D Turlington, 117 NE =-=- 7-= '
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!|Ul 11 ''JI1de" Inc 766a'Perry C. MoGriff. Jr 1JI ..E.11th Two condidates for governor of r ",""*?* i. /j rt .,ICOOeIl.'J" -__I t
tl'Road. dealin In building HXHOf* \f"UIUI r-i
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Ave were among participants W. Mt4 -
If authorized Florida remain. One will be ""I I i
contracting last week in a three-day your -- Del O01.. .a.. ---- -..-; 1r. I

!eU rw hare! d omnwn leomentioa for State Farm Insurance next governor. Study the qualifications Nona n __ .Visas_ _l------
k at 110 a share. Incorpora-
ari Hugh C Edwards. agency representatives }" WHAT IS THE ELECTORAL WHAT DOES THE ELECTORAL
and in Washington D C and the platforms of each and FOR THE
If ei More Qua 2000 managers COLLEGE SYSTEM
I;rei D Womeldurf. all of agents and wives from Pen iay4 determine which candidate will I CANDIDATES

,canal New H.1mpcWn.New e' [.1h note hoe o* many/ elector enif candldole to
best serve Goinsville, Alachua f i It rot n xe.Kiry 'fat 0
h ofwifle N e w York, VermontDelaware. 'I
I <| esuidc Baptist Ch v r c Jenejr hot tenoto/t and reprtMntotivet tnCxtg'eu the popular. of Psw 'I. vo InIto

Inc Newberry District of Columbia County and alt of Florida. The 0> tr
e !. a POO proW organfaM *-. Maryland.[ and Florida North Carolina attended W theconference tjth," el<<>ors The total' number. still' /lose chi ef.ctlOnThe- Important
subscribed lo by L Vngssrarth. gins vote In
A elecron 1964 5J8 Thete ..Itc1h"O ''I to win the I
A. DtrreU Mur se tuns where newest FOR FLORIDA'SNEXT n
'if enoogh tfa e. ,o toot when" ehongedlo
q and Bernice M. Bantam developments n the huur- tort make up whet" it known at the e'e'
I I Gainesville.. lance bake were diiruswd. GOVERNOR ELECTORAL COlLEGE. man" .



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State Qualifies Absentees Up Death by Strongulotion
A Many fruit, nut, and ornamental I
I ]Humorous Side to For Federal trees art losing thur crop
Politicking CLEARWATERAP-Pinel) I.d yitld, by and Spanish art Moss l bilng strong- -

School AidTALLAHASSEE las County registration officials NOW 15TH. TIMITO

By ALLEN MORRIS and second primaries and gen. Florida along with old fashioned cards the fact he was born at [low who needed a Job butI said Saturday they had re- SPRAY YOUR TREES.
TALLAHASSEE The Old I eral election, and his voice has, stump speaking after a Carrabelle. Judge Ervin sclJ I wasn't specially qualified otherwise (APFlorI) ceived'! J.743 requests for ab- Coll FRonklin free estimate-2661, for a

Campaigner opined there was been raised In many campaignswhen period of heavy reliance upon one voter upon reading the I I for State employ men t.This da has qualified for a $5.7 mil sentee ballots in Tuesday's gen 1eAar
nothing like sharing a bed witha he was not a candidate television talks. Some Campaigners card exclaimed: "Well, if ;ou lion federal grant for construction .
foe to bring restraint Into Politician Carter's anti dote nowadays seem puz- come from Carrabelle I know I constituent was cautioned of classrooms, laboratories eral election. "ONT.O&
politicking. for campaign name calling is zled when they run into heck you are poor folks and need my i that the Collins philosophy, as and libraries at institutions of They said the figure was higher --
"Today, a candidate can the anecdote "I've always ling but the old timers were vote. I'll vote for you. the Governor told it, was that. 20 M. IlIlh AVI.
than for elections
make any kind of wild state- tried to give the people food for prepared "A lady told me," recalls the Job should seek the man.i higher learning. previous

i ment over a microphone and thought along with making In Miami's Parkone Judge Ervin, "I believe I will So the constituent walked the Gov. Farris Bryant said Friday
there's no one there who might them laugh." Carter's laughsare Bayfront Capitol corridors for days. Fin- that federal authorities had
: hit him," said Public Utilities usually on himself, like his evening, a heckler soughtto vote for you you don't ; ally, he went to the Governor's thus For TransportationTO
the state ,
the candidate witha accepted plan
identify bit
a political"As office with this
: Commissioner Jerry W Carter. story about the time he intro- message:
In the old duced himself to constituent. political organization the for patronage i e king "I've been here for a long clearing the way for the grant. POLLS
But days,. explained a THE
popularly known as "L I t t I I
; Carter, "I've traveled "Are you the fellow I've been r'l supporters of the winning can time and haven't seen an office Requirements call for matching
t : with as many as four of my voting for all these years?" Tammany didates, they may be fortifiedby seeking a man yet. Let the financial basis, with the fed Phone 376-1203
opponents In the same car, and "Yes, brother, I certainly This particular heckler would the yarn that former Governor Governor know that I'm head
: : on occasion shared a double- am," responded Carter wait until the candidate paused I LeRoy Collins used to ing home now but if he should eral money paying for 40 per
: bed with one" "Well, this surely teaches mea for breath, and then he would tell (And so, too, did t Vice happen to run across an office cent of construction costs| for AND VOTE FOR
shout President Alben W. Barkley, searching for a man tell It that technical institutions and 33
: The 77 year old Carter lesson. I'm never going to : i per GOLDWATER
may be regarded as an author vote for another fellow until II "You're for Little but a good story heeds no state I'll be riding out the Old Bain- cent of the building costs for all BARRY
: ity on electioneering. His name tee him!" "a stooge boundary.) bridge Road and I'll be riding other kinds of higher educational (ft. .d...)

has appeared 27 times on a The late Commissioner of Agriculture Tammany.Finally, the candidate retort I Collins said there was a fel- mighty dern slow." Institutions, public and private. --- --- I..

:. Florida ballot, counting tint l Nathan Mayo was ed
another who Ilshcd stories on
himself as much as those on : "You thought Little Tammany .
the othr' fellow. After his, only' was all right fvnen they
1 24 I opponent withdrew prior to the;got your nephew out of prison!"

1952 primary, Mayo met I Of course, there wasn't any
countryman who asked: I
nephew and the candidate afterwards
: "Mr. Mayo, that man withdrawing -i
said he couldn't see
does that mean you the heckler's features becauseof +. RBIUE j
MORE run aU by yo'seln" i the stage lighting The crowd ,
When nodded ,
however, didn't know or care
the cautious friend said "Well,
and laughed the heckler out of
Sec I sure hopes you win.
Monday's Paper action
Heckling a political speakerhas RIBBON
experienced a revival In The late Governor J o h n W. ;
-=- Martin was an expert at!
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squelching hecklers. In the cam
Y paign of 1924, one of Martin's ,
; Write-in opponents was Sidney J. Catts, I
who had been elected GovernorIn
g, CandidateT. 1911 on a strong anti Catholic ,-
platform. Martin was Inter. t

S ( Wakefield) rupted by a heckler shouting N- PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU '

for At the right moment, when SMALL UR-B-Q 51 IE I
4 Troy W.k.flnId h* could either claim or I o s e QUANTITY RIGHTS. '

1. Supervisor of Registration of the crowd, Martin Interrupted RESERVED
his remarks to address himselfto SPARERIBSBANANAS
Alachua County the Catts people:
"My friends, you gave your
Solicit y.ur lupeort end write-In veteI support once to Catts on h I 11

: ELECTION NOVEMBER 3, 1964 promise 10 run the Pope out of
business. Did he keep his prom-
ise? No! While he was Governor
: I HOW..TO CAST A WRITE-IN mind you, and supposedto FRESH! LI39c 4

: VOTE FOR'1;'WAKEFIELDliELa be looking after this promisehe
made you, one Pope died
=.! and he l let them appoint another FANCY GOLDEN RIPE
po without raising a finger i
i1 r, "
to stop
On what persuades voters, a
-C-k! library of books has been writ-
ten. As a candidate for Attorney
General, Richard W. Er- !
1 SUPERVISOR oR REt.IUIlATIoti rf vin, now Supreme Court Justice If 1LB I

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WRITE IN ON NO. 26 For Open Nov.House 22 GROUND BEEF 5 lBS 189

Write In his name, T. Wakefield, on the voting
'machine His name will NOT appear on the ballot Sunland Training Center will MAYFAIR FRESH TASTYCOTTAGE i
e After entering the voting machine booth close the hold an "Open House" program
curtain as usual, lift cover above the Supervisorof beginning at 1 Sunday, CHEESE 29'
p.m. LBCUP
Registration with one, hand, with other hand be
Nov. %2. Three tours will con-
write-in T Wok,field. Bring Your pencil-BE PRE h
ducted the ,
through cottages
PARED. Write T. Wakefield neatly, legibly; no .'
other name will count as a vote for T Wakef leld. school, occupational thera. p y! (/IIIIIIIIIIII/II/IIIIIIIII/lellHills 111111111111IIIIII111I11I11I11III11111I111 s1 1111111111111111111 /IIIIIIIUII/II/III/I/,1111111111 tCAMPBELL'S '
half hour
and other at
T, Wakefield desires to be your Supervisor of Regis.
trortlon. You con make hIm your supervisor by your Intervals. Groups will meet in ,
write-In vote for T. Wakefield. the Hope Chapel. CRISP FRESH STARKIST SOUTHERN MADE

A vot Woktlttld, Graduate end clumnui ef the The purpose of the "0 pen
Unlvtniry, orclFI means nnneit odmlmirrotion good House" Is to Invite the publicto CHUNK LIGHT MEAT
quality government dignity, courtesy experience r.ipon.nblllty observe, listen and discuss
and treat full time watchdog service In the oidce.
with the staff the facurs in-
If you need Quittance: In voting, thli write-In' vote, toll a poll Tomato Wortz Quick
official to hilp.' volved In the cart, teachingand
Pd. Pol Adv rehabilitation of the mentally -

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I Sunday November I, I 1V64, Gainesville Sun 9A.I .
Dollars for Scholars Wojiderlich oar art the Alachua County -- ---
I Mental- Health Association, District -', S,eel.1 .....tw." .....n." ,.C5 III TIANI
I Nursing Seminar Nurses' Association, Ala
Named Head
Drive Aims at $15,000 chua County General Hospital -
M. Still Open Alachua County Health Department y"' & rConditiolning

The annual University of'program. Of Seal Drit.cGalnesyllIe It Is still possible for i limit Board of and Health.the Florida State Avoid !the rush fov5 fool! Install ..
1 Florida "Dollar for Scholars The two leek to unify all 26 busln e 11 m a aJames ed number of nurses to enroll It Is designed to supplement I I Mf.and conomlcal. TRANE unit, now a'b. SQQ CMount"
fraternities Into fund- dol Completely 7O
a Joint tw.en tp prlctt. vtolled
Week" kicked off
here Satur-
Wunderlich has been for the aeries of lecturediscusslons
aimed : knowledge of psychiatric nursing ond guarantnd tf? 01 low 01. "
raising effort at disproving ..
day with a goal of $15,000.An their fun named to head Alachua Coun In connection with the and to help prepare nurses NO DOWN ,PAYMENT, Weiss t. S r v
Images as "rowdy
offshoot of the National and frolic groups.. ty's 1964 Christmas Seal Drive, Seminar In Psychiatric Nurs- for new roles In community For Free Estimate AMIRlCAH
directors of the made by calling Mrs. Mickey I mental health. The Instructional ALL .
Defense Loan Fund, the county Ph. 376-8268 HIATINO 6 AlaCONDITIOI'4IN
program and Respiratory Disease Swinford at the County Health staff! Includes members of Is to aid In collecting Glass Door : Association announced Department before! Wednesday. the Psychiatric Nursing Faculty ...._boded-.Insswd
money for scholarship loans. Saturday. 'Sponsoring the 14-week semi- of the University- of Florida. i -,
Each dollar raised on the local Fatal to Coed Wunderlich, manager of theJ.
level will be met by nine C. Penney Co.
Critical dollars from the U. S, Govern- CHICO Calif. CAP)-A brunette Store here, called on Department local volunteers .. : : '
ment fund. If the $15,000 goal coed attending t party of and citizens\ to mate NOONSPECIALS
Leona c.j| 2(, who reigned ; about 20 collegians: walked Intoa
is realized a total of $150,000will this year's drive "the fines
MIcUS.A.or door leading to a patio
as a dayla be glass "
available In
for history.
U57 i,:.1 U was discovered by early Saturday.The .
worthy U of f atudents.
-ihe was married, was la He said the drive will be J
critical condition after trying Committee chairman Bill McBride glass alia lUred. conducted much the same as IGHTS 521 NW 13th Street
to e.m m It suicide FridayIn supported by fraternity A' four-Inch splinter entered In the past with seals and atStaVtO"FABULOUS
Hollywood, Calif, She was coordinator Ted Satcher, promIsed the heart of Margo Morelll, 19,,and respiratory disease literature
charged with possession Saturday university fraternities Santa Crux,Calif. She was dead mailed to each home In DETERGENT"FAB "FOLGER'S"
I.! of marijuana. '--will be-active--,in--the-.on arrival at.a hospital.___")the county.


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More About This advertising points out courages 'tombstone' voting the list from which we must the names and addresses of otl it, with good rason, believes domination to long that com-
that the Republican Party. it encourages those who would work Is over ill months old::1 only old, but new, VOUTS, hiw to be Improperly registered to placency has let and some of I
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Registration list "of currently registered vot who has moved away, and it cent ;' among Republican I voters are properly registered. I .T"Apparently Aladiua County the need. for honest elections.
ers. prevents any candidate from reg1"s 'one. How can either party l _exert its_, and the State of Florida ."
From Pasrc 1 Mrs. Butterworth continued: contacting all of the voters with =-- qtI - ---- --- -- ----
oI I "Perhaps few realize the his educational materials.
It has taken all the efforts I point to let the work suffer.'" dangers inherent in any elec "For example, the Goldwater
of her office, she said, from Mrs. Bpthea added: tion where lists of properly- for President Committee is Yes Democrats.
registered voters are not available
the day registration closed Oct.
"I certainly would have no with voters' list
to various condldates now working
3, to prepare for Tuesday'selection. .
reason not make
to up a list Among other the which does not include .
when I get around to It, and .:......-. ......... things, .. -- -over
She said she has too little '"
help or space to take on extra the records are available"Here :" :
You CAN Vole For
work. are portions of MrsButterworth'i :we : r'
statement: ,
Mrs. Bethea said the GOP _
also wanted to come in and "Within' the past month I, as 1
copy names of new voters, after -a legally elected representativeof
finding out This no list wouldbe a member the Republican of the Steering Party and Committee as iM ;t1SAL:. ""p"' et; BARRY GOLDWATER .

published. was not per .: ,...,. .
mitted. of the Alachu County ."x'i'.> '' ." ., "
"It was not because I'm a Goldwater for President Com- .. e' : con Despite: vote the on rumors Tuesday ANY for BARRY REGISTERED GOLDWATER VOTER\ Democrat or Republican ,_,
Democrat, and It was the Re- mittee, requested of the Alach- i. <' . ., ...., .,, .E.'Y. .:, .R.Y..I. v,
ua County Commission that .01."l. I, ., WHEN 'YOU GO TO THE POLLS "
publicans who were asking."It we .r. ) ..\: ; .. <; ': ...
was just not possible to be sold an up-to-date list of You will find a qualified Republican-appointed poll watcher there to help ,/
let them send registered voters in this County A > $
anyone to paw .QY"P Q r.T you preserve your voting rights.
and claw over my records:: whenwe '. ; Over 100 poll watchers have been legally) certified by the Republican!
were getting'ready. for an' "This request was made In I o.. ..." ..:.',.i;.,: .'. ':&VM-;"t'i..' '' '"''"'' :' candidates to observe the elections and to report any irregularities.
election," she said. accordance with past instructions ; : .
Asked whether her budgetwas received from the Com- :, : YOU
large enough to cover the missioners. ,. If you suspect any irregularities in the voting procedures, seek the "
work of your poll watcher. They are qualified to report any illegal or tI
of producing a voting list, 'After, a telephone conversation suspicious j
Mrs. Bethea said: between the Administrative The Furnituie Manufacturers' activities to the proper authorities. .
"They (county commissioners Assistant (Weston). and FOR"TRANSPORTATION, PHONE 376-1203 T .'
) want the work to be done. Mrs. Bethea. I was informed
But they have to be cautious that an up-to-date list was ;SAMPLE'HODS ON TUESDAY, VOTE FOR
with the taxpayer's money Justas not available to me. '
I doN 'Raolo' advertising, paid fort 1 BARRY GOLDWATER
"I have to be conscious of I''by t and approved by the Steer-] $Out", MOi" S.;; ., SW .. St,
the need to be cautious although ,ing' Committee of the Goldwater 1,4. .4".1>
of course, not to the, for President.Committee was l I:

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Defense Key .f.1l II

In -Win e e C

Over AuburnBy { ,, ; .M0

Sun Sports Editor
Halloween is supposed to be the season for "trick or
treat" and Florida Galore treated a crowd of 47,100 Saturday ir
with a few defensive tricks that led to a welcomed 144
football victory over Auburn.

The visiting Tigers could be pardoned for thinking they I Ifi
were playing Tennessee again, the way Florida pounced on tl
mistakes for touchdowns In the first two quarters and then

protected the lead with I tenacious effort on defense.It ,
was supposed to be an offensive show At that, the fans r
got plenty of excitement, because of a witch's brew made up ? r +"
of fumble recoveries, pass interceptions, punt returns, misplays h 4ia
and critical penalties. :
Auburn's best offense sat on the bench in the form of u '.,
injured 4uarterback Jimmy Sidle. And Florida's running pow
er went to the sidelines early when team captain Larry ".: :' +e
Dupree banged an ankle in the opening minutes : '
b 4.
Florida' touchdowns came .f'C.; b..
*:*"" II.. On a neatly executed quay ;
e Mxe1y.a.o.' so e terback rollout .. option by '
:: :: = :: .' C.
P;_ *'*.n M sophomore Steve Spurrier in '.' .. 1
r:::' """'-' by ..i ,, 4 the first period from the five-
line and crmer back THE KEY PLAY: Kirk Intercepts on IF 16 ., Picks ii
'umblH,..I In... I'u yard Up mockers I drown and] Hoyt .i. Hoy Takes Out Auburn'a Campbell
v. "" !not 4i Dick KIrk' thievery of an ,
Auburn pess In the flat and A. ,
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goall an 84-yard romp for six points. Jimmy Hall kicked both field SAYS AUBURN COACH -------'I .. Il

Thereafter, the Galore and Auburn traded opportunities like
the football was a poison potion. The Caters had shots at .
three field goals, one on the final play of the first half. t 4
And*two In the dying moments of the game. All missed. Typical Game in Series 1t'
Auburn was more shot at by roving Gator defenders, especially
ends Lynn Matthews and Barry Brown, and harassed .
for a quartet of pass Interceptions and three fumbles II
the 1-
that kept the Tigers continually at bay. By NU NISSEN Sidle ut out the entire they got 14 points up there to Bill Cody, former Orlando BooneH ., ),
Although statistics-favored, the losers, the sad tact Is the "Aulilant' Sports EditorIt the light,'\he said as a finger :gh School standout UThafS "
Tigers got Into Gator territory only three times In the entire was another typical game game.We couldn't afford to play raised upwJordan ,& the way k* has played the past '-
game. Two of those were via a fumbled punt and I In a nip and tuck series, according him," Jordan continued. "H. thought his defensive two years ,- all over the field."
penalty. to Ralph (Snug) Jor- can't even lift his arm. We hope backs did an excellent job of Coed Word
I The lone time Auburn managed a foray on Its own, from dan,' bead coach, Auburn football he'll be able to play soon orat stopping Florida's sticky fingered The man with the saddened
Its 47 to the Gators' I eepest penetration of the day-to least by the 'Bama game end Charles Casey, who Face had I good word for the ,
the second period, It proved disastrous. "It has been a tight series for (Nov. 28))," caught only one pass. high flying Caters as he parted .
The Gators put the Tigers In reverse gear, all the way. the past 20 years, and I guess Sidle gave his opinion: "I That's the best job we've : "I hope they go ell the wry +
First, soph quarterback Joe Campbell, subbing for Sidle, It'll be that way for the next I think 111 be able to play! next done on a great split end all now" "
lost PI yards. Then he flipped one Into the flat and Kirk 20 years." Jor II'" I I week year," Jordan said "We used Jordan and the Tigers. knew !
put Interception show on the road. dan said after r. i The Auburn star also said, two men on Mm most of the they were going to be In for a f
The Story etching Florida I")&'1 a lot tougher sitting on time. rough afternoon. Auburn scouts at of rl
That's getting ahead of the story, thoclh.It I out defense 'the bench than playing. You "1 was real' proud of our team came back from the FIorlda-AJ. N ,
ill started in the opening quarter. the mishmash of hit Tigers, 144, wonder If you could do anything, the way we came back after abama game with M pagfs of
mistakes. On Auburn's third offensive play of the day, Campbell on Florida but you don't know" that long Interception (by Hop- notes, praising the Sun s bID I e ,
pitched back to a trailing halfback. Gator end Lynn Field. But 14 Points Ida' Dick Kirk)," Jordan said Staters.It 9h
Matthew merely reached In, got the football on an unusual "Florida hasa Back to Snug Jordan, .Au "They had Just as much, or was too much to try \to go .,
pickoff, Lid Florida was at Auburn's 29. very fine defense burn's gentleman coach even more, heart after that" through so the Tigers just threw +r
t The Gators lost 10 yards, then got back 17 on a bullet ," Jordan In defeat "Florida didn't do Jordan also was pleased with away the notes and went to the '
throw by Spurrier to end Randy Jackson who made a fine said. "It probably much either but the I'
offensively, _::--_ play of Auburn linebacker..gamt. films.
catch. On fourth down and three, the Caters disdained the 1 Is the best Nlsiea -
field goal went .for the yardage and got It. Halfback Don we've playedagalnatthis I
Knapp piled over right tackle to the 18. season" i I Ii
Spurrier went for the bomb three plays later. He bad to Aubur s'i offense, without the DEFENSE THE FACTOR
as Dupree hobbled from the game after a two-yard run to the presence of All America quarterback Klrk'a in Open, With Brown Kacortltif; j jf
14 and Spurrier made Just three on a keeper.He Jimmy Sidle, failed to
fired to lonesome end Charles Casey, who had a rough register a serious scoring SAYS PLEASED GRAVES I I
afternoon via Auburn's double coverage, and the Gators got threat. I I
I break. Casey was pushed Just as he went to grab his Palled Moods
fifth touchdown of the season. The Gators got the ball at the Sidle, 21} pound senior run By LARRY WOODS
one, shook off a five-yard penalty for Illegal procedure and ning star, has been Injured .(f Sun Sports Writer How About It ? f
Spurrier darted In slickly 7:M. Hall's kick was good. and on' since the first game of Ray Graves conceded Saturday Ray i %rb : a
Then came Auburn's best move of the day. the season with a pulled shoulder )' Auburn contained Steve -
The last play of the first period found Spurrier kicking muscle. Spurrier and Charlie Casey better Auburn team, 144, you've" job as they have done aU sea J
dead at the Tigers 47. Fullback\ Doc Griffith hammered "1 told JOt he wasn't going to than anyone to date bat I I. a good day's work son. They are very aggressive I I
the Gators' O, Campbell to play Taking I canned soft drink In and when you play like that you I
out one first down to passed any..today, Jordan said of quickly.' added "When yov beat ,
hand,, Graves HId his usual make some breaks for yourself.
end Danny Fulford for 17 and another first at the 28- -' I \
Griffith and Tucker Frederlckson barreled for 12 more yards ur poet game tete-a-tete yesterday ," remarked Graves. I
to the 14. and seemed relieved another A question was tossed In con- ,
It wu here that linebacker: Steve Heldt, just Inserted Into SEX battle wss logged In earning the absence of Jimmy I
the slashed through to leap atop Campbell and knock the books. Sidle Auburn's An America ,j.:4i4
him down at the 20 for a six-yard setback.! cori "I was more concerned about quarterback who hunt been up .
Campbell went to the air lanes Kirk raced up, timed the flue game than most people to per this year due to Injure
took the baD In fun stride raced mid : realize. We had to have this
plckoff perfectly, to 'uTdont
field, bad a covey of blockers eliminate a lone Tiger defender one. You never Mil a Auburn know If It would /have
and capered to the end tone for the score at U:8 j jR team short regardless! ol their" made muck difference whether
of the second period. Hall's boot lifted the margin to 144. ri rit said record Graver coming Into a game idle played or not Another
The way things were exploding no one thought that way to put K would be to ask
The defensive In the
play what would I,
would be the final count It was. have been the outcome
baa definite factor
When Dupree\ : left. Auburn put a relentless rush on Spur game was. Auburn a hurt Ownselves If Dupret end Harper
rier. That stifled the Florida aerial game. And the running Saturday with mistakes but when-,hod played," ee III m satedGraves. I
game went nowhere although the Caters did find a half .
back who should help to the future. they did get sn opportunity to DUt'l lUtore lUN
defensive unit I
That would be Tampan Jimmy Jordan who bard burCeiuMed score our simply
ran came up with the big effort to The Bull Cator was vlsablyconcerned ,,,a MJiCtflK WFN
( ee Page M)
stop them ever Dupeee's ankle PHOTOS
This buncb of boys just Injury. The Maectrnpy flash
Dupree Injury Minor, $4 might be a great ball team." was pulled tilt of the contest
added a usually caustic CrsvetUktt early in the first period lid Ed .. Qawi s
Gators in Good Shane __ lattrcepUMSThe failed to return

A I II ai Florida coach was obvionsly Craves said Auburs) war getting I
Florida's Gators will be at, Halfback Aka Poe who at pleated with he timely good yardage on the drew Daadjr |)kk's> 8 l-Yarder MAre It 13-0 I;
better condition I the ,, playing, the fin half but (
physical bat lout entire game with n tn- bUrceptloa of halfback Dick
Saturday against Georgia than tit injury b expected to be at [ c Kirk thought MM Calms analyzed DM I II
most fans thought after watching ,fta speed spins George sttresh play better at tat final two
Kirk picked elf a Joe Camp i iI
the 144 victory over Auburn Broken field artist Jack) I bell pet to the fast quarter periods. I How Top Ten Fared
yesterday afternoon. 'Harper, who has misaed (he and returned 17 yards for !the Asked at bsVbark Jimmy Jot44 t
Outstanding halfback Larry past two games wink a knee to- I Gators' second touchdown Just one of four sophomores I 1 Onto SlAte, beat Iowa, nil :' 1I 1\\
Dupree, who left !the game to i jury, Is a hopeful. pvtidpent I 'Auburn looked like they. who operated aralaty to.M I 1 Notre Dame, teal Mary, 404 :I
the first ball wok aa ankle b next Saturday. might be getting ready to score. ( Gator backfleld Saturday 1 Alabama beat Mir SUtt, 2)1 : 'I I
jury, is expected to be back at The remainder el the Cater I.... when Kirk intercepted thatpea. against lilt Plalminen would .. ArksniM, beat Tern AM. 174 h I
practice Monday. : squad fc Bated to. food comb08 In Memoriam Our secondary did 5 great set more action ttds year '
i. Nebraska, beat Missouri. 14
The sprain was bough to be Craves replied. "A lot depends
serious at first but later Head Cote toy Grave said Ways* Fridge Mentof! gUdltsa wsus dedicated I Ohio U. Win 1.o. low tat Injuries shape in .. Ten, test SMU, M :

ed to bt only minor.Defenaivt prttr-I after DM win ever Auburn, Friday night hs ..m ry .f tUt Cbieflaiid gridder ATHEW., Obit 'AI') Oslo but kt certaMy showed ItM 7 Oregon, tot .. Stanford. Wli "I
end Lys' WM Hue tram is whole and win died after a. injury but year The beattlfel I Cnlverssry' coasted to a 244 run wfee bt wants to." Tfct CeirfgLs Tech brat Doit, 2H I
wae takes tilt late to the game, ''. tty, HI put tf M the field ectrebaard .. a feattrt ., tfct IJfl.000 ,I..t. fWtt victory ever Dtyton Saturday: UOpouod Tamp product was t. Louisiana Stale, beat Ota MM, 11U
but be was only shakes no eat,agatast/ any tram a DM agile ."7 sad mare fktere M page 97. (Saw ,.ee.e by with subftiMM playtoi Duck tl''!Fhrjda'1 leading ground gainer. 11 Florida beat labors Iff
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was to be the day t wondered just what Tulane is which Auburn lost, but only after Jumping off to a I..-. lead The Thomas has sat thus, quietly stretching, for nobody from one knows side now to

coming to with Its announcement this week that It will play by way of proving that maybe pre-game meetings are not many years, with a verandah and take the elevator !
only three Southeastern Conference/ football games in 1966. as Important as some think they are. the other, only three stories high -

One of which ii with Florida. .,r Such a misadventure never happened again. Auburn was ? You can make better time walking. Donahue slept here
back at the Thomas In 1954, 1958, 1958, 1960, 1962. The Thomas Some Auburn men Insist that Mike ,
But that will have to hold until another time. You see, waited happily for its quarters to be filled with football play. and that maybe a Confederate general or two might have
Benny Marshall, sports editor of the Birmingham News, ers, and to serve them assiduously.Like used the place for headquarters. The Thomas has been growIng .
wrote a story last week that should evoke nostalgia In the old for long time. '
golfers remember the Bon Air at Augusts, and NewYear's a very
older football fans In these parts. It also should educational and it could be that some
prove Eve celebrants the St. Charles at New Orleans, old The floors creak in the night,
beyond worth to the younger element Auburn football players remember the Thomas Hotel In rooms are haunted by the ghosts of rich gallants and their
And before anyone sits Ip and hollers that It'i an. easy Gainesville. ladies who came here In another day when the top resort

way to get a Sunday column, reprint someone else's, But there was difficulty at the Thomas. Someone had misplaced An experience awaits young Auburn Tigers who haven't hotel In Gainesville town was the Thomas
please read. There are stories and there are stories. This the reservations. been there before and this means all the aopbomores and A sight to see now is :Ralph Jordan, morning of the game,
one is an Integral part ol Gainesville and Gatorland. I likeIt "Auburn? Where How Now?" the startle management juniors oa Jordan's current squad rocking away on the wide front porch. Of course,_there are

and I'm sure yon will, too. of the Thomas asked, and then said, moat regretfully, "Sor The Thomas Hotel might be the most ancient occupiedby rocking chairs, and Jordan worries himself awake very early
"la the football season of 1952 when Ralph Jordan was 12 ry. All these rooms are full of nice: people" any football team traveling anywhere In the U,S.A. .. The sun shines on breakfast, and visitors shout down from
years younger and Jeff Beard also, Shot Senn, Wilbur Hut- What do you do with a football team many miles from The Ole Mines and the LSU's and the South Carolinians the balcony at friends below. They exchange "Wat Eagles!

sell and most anybody cite you can name, the Auburn TIgers home and no place! to put It to bed in? who go to Gainesville spurn the Thomas, If, indeed, they" .back and forth -
betook themselves to Gainesville, Fla, to play one of theZZL. There was only one solution Jordan and Beard and their know it Is there. :, :Ralph Jordan stayed here when he was an Auburn. center -
best Florida teams ever. Florida friends went to work. Before midnight, the football It's tucked back among the palms, hidden away from the and a much better one than he'd have you believe,

:= They arrived en schedule.ea the Friday before Saturday, players were boarded out In houses all (over town. .main streets, and ae football players rest ever was disturbed. though a mite small by modern standards.
as the 1M4 Auburn Tigers will, and repaired Immediatelyto Their coach didn't see them aalD'Inta Saturday whea the night before the game, unless It was upset by trolls. The Thomas belongs to another :day, actually,, and that
the Thomas Hotel to spend the night before the battle. everybody got together at the stadium to play the game, croaking off somewhere. far removed from Jordan the.young; Tiger who became Jor
I dan, one of the winnlngest football coaches In the. U.S.A.,
a citizen of highest repute and record In his game.
They didn't bring teams to the Thomas In the eld days
j Texas i UNBEATEN IRISH RIP like those Jordan brings BOW, like the one which will go
Nips 'Batna Writer walking downtown to the picture show Friday night after

I supper, taking it easy under the palms that rustle gently I In

r. New Florida the breeze, laughing among themselves at the private Jokes
NAVY IN 40.0 ROMP football players share with their friends then going; back to

the rooms with the high ceilings and the windows that look
= SMU 7-0 Grid AdmirerB out on the soft greens and grays of Inland Florida.-
I PHILADELPHIA (AP) A man could stay In Jacksonville: and many dofor
Marshall, well- Unbeaten Notre Dame ranked It'. Just a hop, skip and Jump down The road to the;bustling,
known sports editor of the No 2 In the nation, rolled to its Florida.
AUSTIN Tet. (AP) Texas, SMU, with quarterback Danny beautiful campus of the University of
:.: Birmingham News, has taken sixth straight victory SaturdayIn In the East But If he's an Auburn man, knowing a feeling for the
-_ sluggish f n offense, fen back on Thomas running and pass quite a liking to Florida's a 40-0 romp over Navy that things and the days that were, there's no place for himon
its rugged defense Saturday to log, kept the Steers scared, once amazing Gators this sea Included three touchdown passes the week-end Auburn goes to Florida except the Thomas

-- .' fight off SMU 7-fl In a Southwest I taking the Ponies to the Texas SIn son.The by John Huarte. Hotel, with the rocking chairs, and the hallway to the lobby
::. Conference football game. veteran newsman The score equalled Notre "
the fourth period before an
that all the people crowd on Saturday morning.
= The sixth-ranked Longhorns interception killed the drive. has covered Gator games Dame's 1149 rout of the Middles,, first quarter. Huarte tossed a most of the way In the second "We Just never thought about staying( anyplace else," Jor
Intercepted four SMU passes to Knox Nunnally made the pa.stbeft three of the past four weeks, the moat lopsided In the 36- screen pass to Nick Eddy, who half, marching 75 yards on 10 dan "I could call It tradition: Or maybe
= thwart the lowly Ponies, whose grabbing the ball as he twice passing up Alabama game series.Jack went 76 yards behind a covey of running plays before Joe Farrell It'. the says.rucking guess chairs.you _
only victory this season was Snow, Huarte's favorite blockers that Included everybody plunged over from the one
fell to the ground. Nunnally also "But If you want to see me on Friday night you'll find
over Arlington State.It He covered the Florida- target and his simmer pitch- but Parseghian. early In the third period. .
fkVed off another Pony aerial, me at the Thomas. Jeff and I always f\. .a. .a room on
was Texas' second straight It back 33 yards to the 01. Miss battle while Alabama and-catch pal at jaheim, Cal Then Huarte hit Snow with a Snow grabbed two more passes the second floor." -
triumph after losing to Arkansas racing was playing strong if, grabbed two scoring passes 55-yard bomb. Bill Wolaku In a fourth period drive that .
SMU nine as time ran out in the I Nothing like being up> there hlglwhen you go W Gaines.vile
14-13 and falling from the North Carolina State on Oct. The fleet split end caught seven crashed over from the one afur ended with a HuartetoSnowtoss
first: half.Another. to play a Florida football game, and to spend the night
footb D watched the Tide Jim a 44-yard Huarte-to-Snow Into the end zone for seven .
top spot among college : 10, passes, tying Kelly's Irish pass at the Thomas Hotel. It's a pleasure reserved for. Auburn
:": teams Oct. 17.Texas' pass Interception. squeak past the Gators last season record of 41 receptions. set up the score. yards. Dennis Conway added football teams." -
lone score came In the'this one by linebacker Tommy week and then lat in onSlturdlY" Coach Ara Parseghlan's Irish The Irish stuck: to the ground the sixth and last TD. -
:; Thank you, Benny, for recalling to us the old charm that
tailback Nobis, at the SMU M, set up with Auburn shut out Staubach last
second period vhen game Roger '
still Is part of what we think is I pretty Jjlce" town, too.
:: Ernie Key drove In from SMU's Texas' score The Longhorns, year's All America quarter I Come back often.CENTRAL .
II.., two. David Conway booted the with fullback Harold Philipp He chose the FloridaAuburn back, who has been handicapped Syracuse Tops Pitt
extra point, his 15th straight getting crucial first down yardage game over the Alabama by an Injured left heel. ... HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING-
.. and the team's 43rd consecutive+ needed 13 plays to go the i Mississippi State However, Staubach completed ESTIMATES FREE, .
conversion distance... .. clash this week. 1) of 36 for a Naval Academy SYRACUSE, NY, (AP) -I I On the second play after the .
It's nice for the I Gator record. Rich King, a second string Orange kickoff, Pitt's Ken Lu J. C.: BROWN CO.

bandwagon to add new Notre Dame struck quickly In quarterback playing defense for'cas passed to Mickey Rosbor- ft .
faces. I the second period for three the first time this season, ran 30':
Battle .ough on the Panthers'
Raiders with 30yardline. I
yards an Intercepted
-MS NISSEN touchdowns after a scoreless pass 101 s.w,
I for a touchdown, then made a Rosborough appeared to j 11th Plm
key recovery of a teammate's have the ball, but King snatchedIt a1
.. Harvard Wins fumble In Syracuse's 21-6 football away from him and raced into 17'.0741 ewer.
Rice to 6-6 TieHOUSTON I Perm State victory over Pitt Saturday. the end zone unmolested.

CAMBRIDGE!:, Mass. (AP) King, a senior who rarely has
Nips Maryland Quarterback Tom Bilodeau, played any defense, scored In I
(AP) Texas maintain the Owls' hope for at firing two touchdown passes, the second quarter, 50 seconds
Tech turned a fumble recovery least a share of the conference UNIVERSITY PARK Pa. unlocked rebounding Harvard after Syracuse, top teaiftVn the
I(AP) Penn State turned loose ,
Into a 31-yard field goal by Kenneth championship. offense for a 34-0 victory ever East, grabbed Hi I* on I
GUI wlt14 minutes 46 Tech dominated most of the f Tom Urbanik for two: Penn Saturday which kept theCrlmson'a Floyd Little's levenr ard touchdown -:
last half but until the late 1 t nuchdowns and than 101
aecenda to play Salwdsy for a surge more slim Ivy League scamper V Roger
from the Rice 37 to the 20 the : arch Saturday for a hard
1-. Southwest Conference tie : football_ __ title hopes. alive._ Smith's extra point. _1
Raiders could manage nothing tamed 17-1 football victory ove:r ..__ .
favored Rice University.
I) more than a 82-yard third period :Maryland. i
f Gill's second field goal of the drive that Gill ended with a Twice In the dying minutes

game came after Jerry Don 33:-yard field goal to cut the Rice Maryland marched to the Nltll-
Balch covered a fumble by lead to 63.Shortly I ny Lions' 13 only to be turned I
Mickey Holder, starting quarterback ( before Gill's second back. I ,e it
for the Owls, at the field goal Rice made Its only Urbanik acored on one and
.. Rice 37.Until. i serious threat of the second half three yard plunges In the first

the fumble, Rice had alter covering a Tech fumble at quarter and Gerry Sanker boot-
given evidence of making an Si- the Raider 44. Eight plays later ed a 36-yard field goal In the

... yard touchdown run by Gene Larry Rice attempted 31-yard fourth period to give Penn State
Fleming on the game's first field goal, but the kick was its third victory In seven starts

scrimmage Din sufficient to short

Rutgers RollsNEW

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(AP)-Rutgers ground out 79
yards In 14 running plays for a C
"" Rnvlor in 17-14 ContestFORT third-period touchdown Satur
---r/--- day and added a field goal the V- / t
WORTH, Tex. (AP-) period field goal and clinchedthe next time It had possession! for a r
Texas Christian combined a victory with 136-yard scoring 9-0 football victory over Boston '. +r
small dose of aerial witchcraftwith drive in the final atania. University, tJtJ

the running of Jim Fauver Alternate quarterback Kent
and Larry Bulalch for a 17.14 Nix passed six yards to Joe Ball Tulsa Frolics

... upset Saturday over Baylor for the first touchdown, Bruce -4Y
TULSA Okla. (AP) Upstart 1WkiI1
The triumph extended TCU'awinning Alford booted a 25-yard field
'.. streak to three and goal and quarterback Randy Tulsa shattered Oklahoma .
burled the Southwest Conference Howard raced five yards for the State In record fashion 81-14

title aspirations of Baylor. winning counter, I'Saturday with Jerry Rhome \ ;
The Frogs took the opening piercing the Cowboy's defense
The Bears seized an 8-7 edge
record 35 four of
kickoff and smashed B9 yardsfor with a passes,
In the first period on a 39-yard for touchdowns.A .
s touchdown, picked up them
from Terry Southall to
second- pass record crowd of 23,731 IntroducingThe
three more points on a
Lawrence Elkins and a conversion -
watched the Hurricane give the
.. to Harlan aerial Lane.from Ronnie Wilson Cowpokes the worst drubbing In "CARLO" COLLARon men on the

Army Edges their "'lIme series history,
With victory virtually beyond with Rhome setting new school whiteonwhiteshirts
Iowa State reach, Southall hurled the Bears recoils for the most pasv' imported way up
It yards In eight plays and

WEST POINT, N.Y, (AP) I tossed a 11 yard TD strike toKen most passing yardage and most XX

Pass Interference penalty In the I- ...Hodge.- with 2:07: left total offense In one game. _._ I II II wear the byXV'PPENHEIMER
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died tacklers, caught passes and gave the appearance that
he might go all the way on any play. Zk
Florida, with Dupree, Jack Harper and Alan 'foe all aid*.
lined, are hurting badly In a department thought to be
strongest at the start of the season.
It Wasn't Dull
There were no dull moments even though there was no
more scoring.
In the second quarter Tom Shannon, playing on defense,
bobbled a punt from Auburn'i John Kilgore. Auburn got Itat
Florida's 32. Three plays later defensive back Jerry New
comer deflected a pass and linebacker Jack Card grabbed it.
Then Spurrier punted to Auburn and quarterback Ton Bryan ,
fumbled with ,Bill Rkhbourg recovering at Auburn'i :$. '
Only seconds were left In the half. T SSSW/

Florida faked a field goal but Allen Trammel over-threw 1W.i -**5* /
iK ri x.
Jackson who in the end v*
was open zone. Bob Lyle then tried
a 40-yard field goal. It was wide to the left. i : {4'CLS
Neither team went anywhere In the third period, period.

In the final quarter, Trammell deflected another pass and lr tk a r
Card grabbed It again, this time at Auburn's 43. The Gators r:2
got one first down and a 15-yard penalty against the Tigers Y 'a ;%
carried the ball to the 11 Shannon was quarterbacking got
to the nine. So on fourth down, Hall missed a field goal
from the 18.

Auburn punted back and Trammell raced from his IT to ''(:ri iitta t'y
Auburn's 22, a 51 yard return Billy Edge picked off a Spur. ; ;
Tier pass at the 12 and two plays later Kirk grabbed CIne
thrown by Bryan and raced back to the Tiger 17. .. o' .
Only: seconds were left to play. Lyle tried another field .w.

Auburn's Campbell Takes Snap goal, missing a third time. 1> t 'r :'l1

Florida had only five first downs, 69 yards rushing and 33 ; _
passing: You don't win many football games In that manner :
unless you play defense. The Gators did Just that Saturday.The .
victory kept the Gators hopes alive In the SEC race, : ,r
boosting them to a M mark. Overall, Florida's S 1 stand 1clWAi.4 v
i ing after six games Is best since the 1950 team stood at AV.
that level In 1950, though, the final record was 5-5. No
r- one expects that kind of a finale In 1964

Auburn, picked. a pre-seaon national champion, now U .. First Quarter Penalty Put Ball on Auburn's 1, Setting Up Touchdown
a sad 4-3 and has lost twice\ In SEC play. (tun PlwM Ir IMIl o.vl.)

I Next week it's the annual Florida-Georgia clambake In Jack- '
sonville. And what's that again about the 1IulIdogs' 'reo

building"already have year passed? Teams construction that can tests.beat North Carolina 24-C r What the Writers Say II '

Score by quarters. II II
Florida 7 7 I -14 in the air, Gator defenders picked off four passes, recovered
Auburn I 0 I I. | I Bob Bassinc, Orlando Sentinel three fumbles and generally made a shambles of the 1964
Fla) -Spurrier, S, run. Han (kick) Orange Bowl Tigers who didn't get a minute's help from
Fla-Klrk, (., pass Interception. Hall (kick) The way Auburn was living away the football here Saturday injured Jimmy Sidle
afternoon, you'd get the notion that this was Christmas
rather than Halloween.
Gator Success Florida, gratefully accepting whatever charity came its Vince Johnson, Mobile Press
way, ground out a 114 victory over the toothless Tigers
..vs Florida put the Auburn Tiger In the tank early this sunny h
afternoon and spent the rest of the time watching its bumbling
Al Pcnsacola News
Due efforts to get out.
Depth, Florida used a great defense as its only offense Saturday Using Auburn mistakes, Florida scored In the first periodon
afternoon and turned Halloween Into a nightmare for Auburn a 14-yard runback of a pan Interception by Dick
with a 144 victory. Kirk for a 14.0 victory before 47,100 fans.
Say the ScoutsBy Turning witches Into pass interceptions, goblins Into fumble
recoveries and black cats Into big penalties, the Gators
;. struck for two caiy touchdown In the tint halt and F. T. McicFrely, The/ /IP ..,
1 LARRY WOODS day," Donaldson remarked. The lit back on \their broomitlcki thereafter, ,.
Sun Sports Writer diminutive Car 5 interceptedtwo Dick Kirk ran 14 yards to /can with one of two !Intercepted

passes besides turning In Biusy Marshall If ham News passes as the defense did most of the work in

Roll* Out Meets Gators'' Barry Brown. ,. Florida Visiting here coaches Saturday scouting aU his usually reliable defensive muscling Florida to a 14-4 victory Saturday over an Auburn

agreed the success of the Ga game. Florida's Gators put Auburn in a sick in a hurry Saturday Tiger that couldn't do anything right.
tors to date speaks wen for the back Mooney, taking a pat on the afternoon then butted heads angrily and Ineffectually with An Intercepted pitchout and a pass Interference penalty In
for Miami's
depth Florida manages to pull InitlAl win the Tigers until the clock ran down on a 144 victory.A the end ions s.t up Florida's first touchdown early In the
over Detroit Friday night said
the Auburnone
from Its weekly grab bag of Florida continued to mi'w the pass Interference penalty put the Caters on and game Kirk picked up the second score In tbe second quar-
r3 with first down seven minutes Into the first quarter
goodies. kind of plays that has impressed Steve Spurrier lunged over from there with a touchdown. ter.
Two former Gator assistant him so far this ieason. i second
Three and a half minutes were gone In the quarter
coaches, Georgia's John Don- "Kirk's Interception wasa when Dick Kirk intercepted a Joe Campbell pass and ran 1 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
aldson and Miami's Otis Mooney. very big play for Florida Au- 14 unmolested yards to a touchdown surrounded by buddies
each said they would give burn seemed to be knocking
on with block. .
anything for the depth Florida the door before Kirk put a atop rl.rw lit "vi.. vs "
has on Ita squad. to I 'LOtI'DA rwe4 S If 1
"It. eau. UN' tt -
them.Not w.:
"More than anything I think Same Team Tom McEwen, Tampa TribuneFlorida = : ,_t .... 1 ,f :
Florida's overall team speed "But it's apparent this Isn't I. ,...... I" Lo.'" -
impresses me the most," offer- the same Auburn team that has parlayed two of a down or so opportunities Into ;::,. III j II ".... Hl'IfTIN. .... Awe.
:Ism /h I) Ac ed Dodaldson, former defensive been! used to having Jimmy quick touchdowns here yesterday, then practiced pass Interceptions __ M N f III .,".*... I as

backfield coach at Florida."It Sidle at the helm," added Moon- and field goals for the rest of a windy afternoon a-MINT. I t 4 r t 4' PI..... MKNOraerosus" ... V*.
R was a little Lie old borne ") to notch the important 14-4 Southeastern Conference win. "II"" ,.... I IIin
week watching Bruce Bennett I' The Miami coach hinted the Quarterback Steve Spurrier scored on a rollout from the tamtor All <4* l IMtVMUt r.woaw.. I NMai.

Allen Trammell and Jerry Hurricanes Just might lay for five In the first quarter and Dick Kirk sprinted 14 yards ...f 1'M: ..... mmraifuaNi Nap "...
Newcomer And how about that their up state rivals this yearas with a pass Interception In the second period for the "II asceiviH/ :; I .rJ.
pass interception of Dick ( In the past and believed Mbamt game's only touchdowns, .,_..... M. y!.'.1 t. s
Kirk's? He picked\ up his bkck- was capable of playing outstanding t:: I ; .: ....... rAWINTSIC. ... ,...
ers Just like a pro," said the football If they wanted IYtoIte, a4N 1 v
Georgia scout Bill Kastclz, Times-Unions ,,_ M. A'a ,_ .......
to.Florida IpurtMrPi '" I Pint --- I.........
; Donaldson Missing said Twe the Bulldogs here State's for the peeping aeon contingent i d Dick Kirk intercepted an Auburn pass and returned U 14 .n.. liCK""lP tSTWIDt .... 'A ,Pm.... .*WM..M. i it rwI-Yr a.n41/l4. J'
yards to a touchdown to highlight Florida's 144 Southeastern if t would be without two Gator home admitted IM, _... W.ala $ It
probably ,straight game, | '
Conference football victory over Auburn before ..7.100at ,. .. ....
men N. 'A v I 'WMoof III tilt
4 of their key personnel when they were Impressed Florida Field thia afternoon, .... ........ Ie"
spectators i 1.-"*. **s _.".. Iff.
Florida and off with Florida's backfield t
Georgia square sophomore Florida favored by seven points. forced the breaks In the ,,.._ *... I N
t for their annual feud in Jacksonville .' that played most of Santday's first half and capitalized on them/ u It kept the pressure "..... IHeNts.a M V*. ".'..... KT"MC".. _tat_I.N........... e a 4,

nut also Saturday.Donaldson offered, wordsof The conference Seminole scouts clash. particularly \ on the Tigers from whistle to fun for lU fifth victory of Nut. .., *Nd... puy Twee* -..I...N. _,.r_.... N.. ItCor. II
the year against a single Ices A t m '
praise to Jack (the Giant liked halfback Jimmy Jordan aY WN 5.g0'W".S Mew ..... 4 W
Killer) Card, Florida's fuityoa- and Florida's defensive ","" uSONINe 5* ..u 1..Nd :: p.rN N,1.i N..nI.4* "" la'' tot

see I him, \then -you-oVm't, line play. Tom Kelly, St. Pete Times c-I r.a.5 II a II If H i MM It PUNK.. MM.. CWMt C" 5.,5.4,..... p.l. N.
11 backer."I I i '1Jor1da "m l probably eit '_1It M i M N*. ....... .......... .
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recall telling several people weigh us when we get together. Florida's devil'may- are defense tilled Us gunnysack with c.ww .ltlte. NNYMNMr.Iw I
OulAs Brown Hits Him. that littto man would make ." said an FSU coach bu Auburn goodies! and treated the Cstori to a 144 victoryever S'r raa.INe 1 M tat MM NlM** kkhMt1Mb _..,.....iw,.d N 1 fit.
the grade He's one of the best that was about all they were allowing the ,bewitched Tigers yesterday. at, CMoti ..... VS OMN ,_ ..vent N ..
little men m college football to,I \ J'1DrIda.If Gambling for interceptions every ton Auburn put the ball =- 11 t 0 N5. 1"N ..., I I II Iy

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Joyce W art's a Bulldogs, 23-6

677 Series JACKSON, Miss. (AP) Junior fullback $teve Bowman- The alert 'Bama defensive

r' I Quarterback Steve Sloan's fine cracking. over for two touch- gave State no chance after that

Is a WOW! passing and deadly effectiveness downs and set up three field and State yielded yardage

on the option play gave goals by halfback David Ray. steadily, though grudgingly. The
third-ranked Alabama a 23-6 The game was a close battle
j for half and Alabama had to Ipsers never got a drive going in
HARRIS victory over dogged MississippiState a
BY JACK t" "+t '
Saturday night resort to Ray's three boots to the second half.

This Is about all that can be said about The 181-pound junior under. build up a ... Intermission lead.
Joyce Ward, WOWI! mid "" .M... > J I* JZSMlM
the terrific aeries of 877 that she rolled last Wednesday nightIn fi d 'r:: study to Injured ace Joe Na- The turning point came how. lull 7 run kick I tflM 5 4MluHodjH

the UCWL. She blasted the maples for a new women's 4 math played a major role In the way in the serond quarter "'_'0 Say :NAISPG
,ever when fullback Hoyle' *iy 40
of 181-237-259, bowling for the come-from-behlnd Southeastern '
record In Gainesville on games Ait-pa' wry ii
D_ft..,..'. Amoco Service team. conference victory as he sent'Granger fumbled going into the I' "'.-._., I run Iftiy klckl
&> Alabama end zone and soot AM' -BowmM I TV". My kick
.tj.g;;; .;Elmer Bro a dwell 4 q I4 A 1{ "".......... "'.7110.

will be busy for the next fe wSoutheastern also around 12th In the Baby Gators State a touhhdown. (ADV ISTIsl_ M.NTIr

days, with all the women tournament held
ing a bowling ball drilled like there Stumble 27-8
Joyce's. The odds against convertingthe

Miss Ward, a partner In the 7-10 split is almost as great MIAMI The University of

Starke D & W Auto Supply, rolls as it would be for a bowler to 7 rl! Miami freshmen rolled to a 27-8

a straight ball. She started her roll a 300 game. This feat by victory over Florida's Baby Ga

bowling career In 1959 and has Jim Is the first by any bowlerIn tors in a football! battler here f .

chalked up'over 20 tropics In the Gainesville Bowling Association. Saturday night. ;

this time. She says, "I like to The Baby Hurricanes held

bowl whether I bowl good or Trogdon said, "It was j Just THIS IS ONE THE OFFICIALS MISSED the Florida frosh to minus yardage -

bad. I just can't get enough of luck". True, but don't you haveto As Jordan Runs, Auburn's Lewis Grabs Feiber'a Face Mask In rushing and Kant pass-

It" Miss Ward has won theWomen's have some luck to roll a 300 (Inn |*.t.i tr .... DtvllIn ing yards.
City Association tour (game The BabyCators' only score
high series with handicap Trogdon is a 191 average
nament came on an 88 yard punt re-
two consecutive years. bowler with previous high of a turn by Richard Trapp In the ( pae

Joyce Is 5-) IIS lbs and uses a 151 series and a 255 game. He final quarter. 7 7 .
16-pound ball. Pound for pound bowls one night a week In the I the South '
she throws a mighty wicked Commercial and Royal Crown The win pushed Miami's rec- r
Classic League. ord to 2-0 and dropped FlorIda'

ball.Comments ? to 1-1..
from some of the

bystanders were, "E v e r y one

was thrilled\ for her and pulling Bowling LSD Ole Miss ITtTIITICSMliml

for each ball." Another was, "I Hints' Surges, by PI downs Prat SWISS. u PrwkIrif 1v1

wished she had gone all the | Bowling Hints from Jack Y.'II. giimd fining, t.1"
way. : .
It can be summed up that Timing is getting the ball and In Final 1210BATON .Pun.5545 Incopttd by 4 .:YJ.s4S 10 410

everyone was rooting for Miss the slide of the final step to the Quarter I II umbln .Soil S IY. 0
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Ward. Congratulations 1 foul line at the same time. Seorf loss P4n",.lll,/ :15 17
Enemies of M1.mMss' /WFr..O T J 4 7-17
timing are: Ap- ROUGE, La. (AP) -, The ninth-ranked Bayou Tigers 3.36 to go and brought the 68,000 ",",ta. Pm. .Ie. .- lScoring I

7.10 SplitConverted proaching the foul line too fast.I Louisiana State gambled for a who looked helplessly fans up screaming: "We want lummiryiTouchdownu

This brings you to the line I two-point conversion in the cloleg beaten and trailing 10-3 recovered two, we want two." Miami ,...,. M OMv) (I fun) IturgM. ld'
ahead of the ball and results In PAT Mlri (1 run), Iturgii PAT> S'''h 43'
i minutes Saturday night and a fumble on the Ole Miss LSU called time out to decide (a run I I. PAT 1.1I1d., Popcfrlcr (t putom ,
dropping the ball. A very slow it Doug Moreau's sensational 47 with about five minutes to go I' Ollvg *Is'. PATPlorkll ,5
made on whether
This makes to go for the win or ProM M (run, funtnfuml
Prior to the drama that was delivery. it difficult catch of a Billy Ezell and scored two minutes later take a tie. The vote was go for J..... pra Iron WWJM, PAT

unfolded by Miss Ward, the to keep your balance during the 'pass, beating Mississippi 11-10 when Ezell hit end Bill Masters victory.
approach. A too high backswlng.
Commercial League which In Southeastern on a 19-yard touchdown pass. I
? a heart-stopping
had Its Too short a backswlng. Lungingon Ezell dropped back to pass for Yale Rolls'
bowls on Monday nights, Conference This made it 10-9 with Just :
share of excitement and a hero the first or,last step of your I -, two points. He was rushed hard CHRIS JOHNSON PRESENTED AWARD

If you can't bowl a 300 game, approach. Too short a D ap but got the ball away. An Ole NEW HAVEN, Conn., (AP) Cheerleader Kimml Pofahl Does Honors

convert the Improbable 7-10 proach. This causes crowding at FSU Rolls Past Miss defender deflected the ball Unbeaten but once-tied Yale

split, and this Is exactly what the foul line. Tenseness duringthe right into the hands of Moreau unleashed an explosive offense Chris Johnson, who was ae- parent, and a special guest of ;

Jim Trogdon W I I. e's Drug stance or''the approach. who would have been out of that Included a scoring run of 80 lected the outstanding defen- his own will dine at the Gen-

Store did In the third game of Failure to slide'on the final step bounds when he caught it had yards in outclassing Dartmouth :sive back of the week on the era! Games Steak Rnom of ths

league play. of the approach. Letting your Southern 34-0 he belen one step deeper Into the 24-15 in an Ivy League football'CHS. post game show on Holiday Inn as guests of Gen r

Jim a superintendent for H. arm dangle as It carries the end zone. game Saturday. YVGGG Friday night Is shown eral Cainesnd the Gainesville -

L. Coble Construction Co., comes ball. above receiving his certificate
Bill Henderson sent Yale out
from North Carolina. He started Eiletnikoff halfback Phil 54705 50005 L. IAPI "."..tIc.at ;of award from Klmml pofahL Gas Company( who spon-
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BowlersNotes 11II NlIIII..lppl-Laul.In. $.'. ,_ In front late In the opening
bowling in Jacksonville Strongly superior Florl d a Spooner and end Red Dawson MIM ..54Pins quarter with the 80-yard run. .Chris together with his sor the program 1

Beach three years ago when he State University completely bewitched that rolled up the yardage and ,' .lining'-no virdm 151 17 I"11 -- ----- .- tt..
and his wife Joined a mixed the University of the scores. ,.Ming yirdtgf N m
5.._ 417 1375how. I
league via their next door Joe Sommese and Joe Balogh, ;South Mississippi in Saturday I Southern Mississippi's widely In151e.pIN by .f -afuM 5 .j TOWN TIRE CO. F

neighbor. (, [needing only one gun to take night's Halloween game, running I respected roll out quarterback 14.1 :
Being In the con.lruotlolbUIl- the Jackpot in the King of Mill and tailing (or' a 34 0 Victor Purvis, was effectively 2115. ......11.... II II f

I ness, he was transferred to Or match, were foiled by frank football victory before 26,132 bottled up for most of tw first 1 605 N.W. 8th AVENUE PHONE FR 6-9090

lando. While there he was on Palka and Barry Biebel, 1120 to fans. Arkansas .

the Flshbaclc Irrigation team 1127. It was a tight game all The victory came to easily half.Late In the secona quarter, Rips YOUR B. F. GOODRICH DEALER t

that was Orlando city tourna- the way, Frank and Barry could for FSU that passing quarter. Coach Pie Vann sent In Mike Aggies by 17-0 t tt

ment champion_last year. HeGeorgia not Increase their lead more back Steve Tens! even scored a McClellan In Purvis' place fora

than 34 pins and almost lost touchdown himself, the tint of surprising series of passing COLLEGE STATION, TAP .

Rips those In the last four frames. his football career. The lanky gains. I ( ) Fred Marshall and Jim

Ken Llndsley, city association aerialist, a senior whose fame McClellan hit his receivers Llndsey led a amoth Arkansas I

24-8 secretary, singing the blues. came from his passing, ii'ored repeatedly, moving the ball offense that used Texas A&M

N.C. by Bowlers, bowlers where can he standing up late In the first from his own 20 to the FSU 44 mistakes for a 17-0 victory and:

find bowlers? ,quarter on a ,right end sweep yard line where a series of fumbles hung up the seventh straight

ATHENS, Ga. (AP) Geor Don't forget the meeting of all from the two-yard line. and penalties drove the victory for the Southwest Conference I I

gia's alternating quarterbacks, league officers with W. C. Andrews Tensl also passed for two other Southerners back to their own leaders Saturday night (

Lynn Hughes and Preston Rid- president of Alcomb, at touchdowns. 34. Before McClellan could get And the Arkansas defense' I ,
lehuber, teamed up Saturday to 1 o'clock tonight. Play after play It was Ten- his plays clicking agin, time didn't the chancel _1 \
give the Georgia Bulldogs a 24- Warren Carson, In his farewell si's passes .to halfback Fred ran out in the half. give Aggies a I \
as the Razorbacks stayed
8 football victory over North statement, said "I enjoyed atop

Carolina. my stay and thank the I the conference with a 4-0 record (when you buy the first one af pi-left Below).
advanced another
Hughes fired a 86. yard touch bowlers that have had faith in step tOol I I
ward the Cotton B wl.
down pass to halfback Don Forterflcld me." ScoresI irSWECIAL It

early in the first quar College --r ]

ter and set up a Bob Etter field High Florida A&M \' a A REDUCED 1 I PRICES It

'. APP i'ntUllcl of KMNoftn ScoresTed Rolls, 54-6 \ \ONSILVERTOWNS1 I <
C.'tln! ..O.orjliPint 100'11 ,...... I MlMurlMb4rf I Mer'Irqolds..75. A..5ut.n 5N.rsa \ \ \ .
N C. (twillII M Upull 11MontcMIr D.5.. ..I.. Monfwi4 Ititt IConcortl TAMPA (AP) The Florida I
downs II In the Sperry ll.lt ,.. OdtMirt Ititt INklwli III'' 70 It Joftnl IYmklwt
W 555PaunS 34, Hilt, Mill. nMllltrtvllU If. llwl ,.11. 7OAIe A "M Rattlers with lanky I MV
5utlna'.1,051' -*! 5,4pIn. Mens League paced men bowlers : BflOwwiUr M htvmy 14 111 H.'. II. Iowa ItMlnourl BUY THE TIRE CAR MAKERS BUY!
.. H-JI *4 with a 505; Joe Sommese of I ""'od II. luH ....... Inltrctptt4 by I a It Imnnc 14. Hocnnlw T 44 Ctnrral l' t .l CM* I
Pun.. Ht *MFumMH Edwards Building Supply had a INarc..'.r Poly' :M. *..milMr, P4ly" I iBtlntfW. '..> 41, ".". I) the line, Saturday 1 1k BLACKWALL WHITEWALL
toll I IYards 577 Joe Manor Motel Army I, lows lt.l. 5Ju'lata It Norbtrt It Cloud I night over whelmed Benedict
Balogh .
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a ; Merrill Parker of Carrnon W hn Mary1 n '
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Lock N.v55 77. : : ,r'I"n" : N4fltl T M I' 14. lovHitrn IlllnollUmt
goalln the second quarter before Insurance rolled a 574; Joe L- Vilttv K nicmnwi guctintll 11 Felps scored three touchdowns 00.11 HIM siooo $I SS 121.71 snoolaoo. .N.7et
Muller Ironwood Golf Club a ( II. ttml.. ... M CM II,)Ortnn.ll t. WIIM4m IIDtriMquf Ptnn |) and picked 128 yardson f 555511 HOI 1000) HN IH' 75,55T
he went out with an Injured VIII',.. II, Ohio 11 up 00 15
567; Frank Palka a 581; George lo.*>m IX (4M 4Mtiin If Itwt Wnltytn INa.Nb5 13 carries. His touchdown! t HIIM 1100 I IS :: : 1400 4IJ10
shoulder 14 Ott.rB.ln' laWltltn1..5 :
M4rnlm 41 r.f4m I 1.554 1100 leSS 1400 seas 1 1I
Cappe, a S61. W_ rV C W. rnl dW..oos55 44 Oliw W.Il,55' f runs each one over congested '
Rldlehubtr took over In the IIIKwll' lull il, Mmk4tt 5Lawr55c I 700 1 1744 sue ISIS 12 10 14.001SOO M N t
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MKnlllwt n. Wnltywi IIllhKl .7.15 M"s
and 5555
second half promptly went with 677 Elma Newman IIIUWH M Nwrntr llllMll INl t _
a ,
; was It $ I and 25 Ylrds.South law/al sass 1100 405 .11.11 1100
MIlMHirl M NW 'Mlugurl I 12"
22 yards off right tackle for another next with a 571 set on games of Trinity( M.IUK CMil N.Ou Cwtril....,.. K4.. score. Then, he directedthe 243-167-111 for South Atlantic M. KutlHwD ,IIHvlwrl Ornll WI .It.*b.NorHI,.. CxitrM L4kdtiMl INorMwMttnt. I Carolina asl4sul 1554 SL 5 .It 1(00KO 'UISS r

Bulldogs to a third touch- Oil! Co. Anne Marchak of Ruth. I UnlmM f ,.. Milton M, NvtMantl, 4 <<
r.njlln M..II HlV4rl4r 4lucliMII
M tHinU 44 NtrtlWMttni, ,.. CHARGE FOR MOUMT1HQI
down. erfords, 541; a 545 by Yvonne II. T.....'. MOtmvi trTUMI It, Otft.... | 4W.WMm Falls to State MS..1. f
Georgia kept the North Carolina .U. arm City, Iwtiwni C*11*N .,.,. H PI. Hiytiimiwm
Soper of Busch Bavarian, Lb V JoM C4rr.ll MD ,.... If
offense under control until ....r. 11.11., II. OlIUMM I
Elleman 540; Toby Rutledge, II. P4UI4 IS. llolngitm IIV Ia wmtM u RALEIGH. ( ) t
the fourth quarter and bottledup Kiser Office Equipment MI ,........,,P*. N Mini'Oltyikurt "... e (PurW. 14.Oral Illlnen II.' ntlKrll 14twllng OKI, IIMirnWMt. North Carolina State and South BFG INSTANT

Tar Heel running star Bob League 511 II II, CilK LNw.n>r.. ICnwll tIntvntrtJ II 1. hMI M IOtnllM Carolina crowded host of the CREDIT ;

Willard. The only Carolina I The Police Benevolent Association )17.IK Cdumiiw AnwrlcMlyrncuM MHehwri 'n1II1I S 17. e.TIctI lOUtNrtarm I thrills In the final period as the for holder. of national credit cards."BigEdg4Silvertownshavel 1

score came late In the last pe- had Judy White rollinga II. PlItiMirgN 4PrlnnMl ,......Crlln4 14 ....a....IMHI I CtrMlnl II Wolfpack whipped the Cam- r

rold against the Georgia re 189 set on games of M 101; 41.14.UnWM(mM, aColf4n IWIHI4tn4 I Vi". TIMmM...* TKK.v dntavvt wnMm AMflMw 1 w..,IM4C4l MIt cocks 17.14 J In aa Atlantic Cowl rubber where I-S.I NEw: U.COODRICM TIRE rnwuui

serves. Ted Weseman had a 136. > II. ttngn IKwrntmMnt "" ...hir 14. HunlMtl IIMlntMMH Conference football game Saturday ALAN 4 ua I
M. KKHM PlM It thiwurIt-ontheidfiti quipped With "Pr \ & \ n/lt5tirelvri7loO
MtrfU '" llltntttM 4PiMUm
The Sheriff's Senior bad Ray Csnsl5.I Holy CrM4 J4..,NM lllcKmoM NwgM)1 IICI4rM to lie I t>. u J.1.M''I 4(4H sure s..r-.peclal|rubber inside the tir(to seep Iu> t '."." .. lilt 5
West Virginia Sisler lilt* ti. l.MIMtW II K and tough L 1 has triad |
bowling his usual fine 1141* IJ. IhlMMifcirg IMMMCfWMItt T.ytar Fr.na.5M45cS I youn =- 4
M. VHintnl I Tech Rambles
game set of 559 on games of (.rtunU ... SMI |.__r. MIIMUM .r 14, S1N.w5 rPrMclM
Tops Kentucky 200-166-m. Mike Fulman fol- H.4. ,.. M C...H ml4l St4hII > It *_ P.'' 1,
lIft 44 Jww Hwtwt II by Duke 21-8
AP lowed with a ItO. Wanda Hines T........ slt? n. 01....... .... I5,11l11. ".._ M, Ow. I THIS WEEK
Quarterback Allen McCuw was high for the girls with a 5d, 10'II.Y' w1ww.. ....S..... I' 0*.. K C4.,IM IAMtrHK DIJRHAM. N,C. (AP) Halfback -
a Mules'/
,.. 'oetl -Haddock scored
4... II V. W1ft w v. ,. Terry two
I mwnu Cxt fW
West Virginia to ... ,
led rebounding HI" W.slw Sww11lt $5.1. 5taus .
The Ella Ceramanlcs had Virginia I'Ms. Hs15 0.5.vw 1 touchdowns as Georgia Tech t
victory over U N's.1r U
a 28-21 upset Overly showing the way tow_ 3t,1. 1 VMM>.... A IxMt* H ripped Duke's defenses for a 21- 1
here Saturday us the 011,5 7A I. 0.... ... trtftj I*
tucky lost their, with a 551 series on games of _... AIw4! M 01'MM C..lt.* IPwt l. iMm U. .........._ 0Mb tKU4HIMM I football victory Saturday to END
faltering U7-21J-170 Her 21S I Viol I*. TVM>*.* I Ik A5 4HIMMiW keep Tech unbeaten and enhance ALIGNMENT
was klghsingle _
N.w_ 0 C. 14 "_ ute I
fourth consecutive game. game. Jeanne Leland had Harm. CvWI.< ACT !Go _... !>." I "41. w..SSsIM N Its bowl) bid chances. REG. 0.00BRAKE
connected for three i _M. Co 5Mm I1. WIM SS.5.wwMISMISIS =::. N. It. H. P.ypiw 1A.u.il.
McCune a 123 The Decals had a high ., 110 C_... Sw11w Orange Bowl and Sugar Bowl Mee-. -. /........ 4enlb.e O
touchdown passe and. ran for set of 1770 and high of VII.Wy 4fc HulltMM e $4 M.oa : erra.niAe $750
game representatives were the
as. Vlr MI MHltwv I '' among
another In personally account 1I H. KtMIKliy IKK II. tllMTW, !'''< I* ,.... CIw1.k.5 tI'', aayhs N crowd of 41,000 who watched Ift.-ct. edlwe, as..rt11.
each WVU score. W Vk !!$' M VlrtHV Yawl ItWMMntlM Tnn TK 4 Ik* 4TIMM N
ing for The Royal Crown Classic 4 LM .. .rl..n.n.r, Ira N, t.n m'4 tux ItT eighth-ranked Georgia Tech

Tulane Rolls League which Is bowled on Mon 14.MTII'* Tick II. Out I turn 54S<.I....immni.. II. wm mKtu ii... Iiiiiii I play near flawless ball and ADJUSTMENT
day nights Is 0.'_ n. ,.._ 5C1M. KArUMM 0.5..C. 1 [ Duke
a good time for '. Isd5 M..IS I M awrw 1caw. capitalize on errors hi REG. 0.00
VMI 25-6 novice bowlers to see the differ! .ww.. K 55./5 Caw1.a 5CIwS.M 5141. cowl w M'ksM winning, its seventh victory. It

By ent styles that arc used by the I4,. c_15..,..55541.1... TIM,ta.4<4 MIM -N1 n.. 54 WIM Sfc WMMTII DM HttmtnHtjMm was Duke's first loss after four : C.llyNM:=. 'S150 All 3 for Only
top bowlers of this league. Ttnuw I'." It. Omlm4 I II vlctorlrs and
ORLEANS (AP) .. a tie.VPI '
NEW M4 Smithy buD-likt lunges I Barry Biebel. averaging ever M.Iw1f 511 foeti H. ...._ .PSIS a ha.,1bydr.vlk:.
George 200, led the Classic with 4 ( nl .,... 14. T MW IIC -
boosted a Victor
and a rugged defense ""IM K _len. I Vuwifj ML uu* H4H M !!
column, game set of IW on games of ..._I Mk UMlMn MkM.M. 7 A.r Pin % ATIMM I
Tulane Into the victory Ad155. 55. Nw- 1 05w5 \4 Caw... II FRONT WHEEL
the Gr 113-Z37.m 204. Joe Balogh had a MICA_ ..... p W1_ S ..... 14 Ms..1I 1ww1,5 WILLUMSBCRG Vs. (AJ) BALANCING
enwary 101, his first Hugh Crosby had 51.545 5. kanN ..... I SI 51.5..5 (. IJ us. UO $995M
Shack .. .. .... Bobby Schwerkert passed
Virginia Or- |WI 14 til. tMCIA
a 76 and high game of the :: ..:::::...u..C.r.,, a a. _.. IICsr. for three touchdowns and da- ... be/t1 fi'M11 .Mee., .
2504. ..
Inatitute -1 wwM w4S. INN e .
which bad dropped Its night a 247. WWHOMKI IX w..' .w. II Ci ttti ....* cuiigt u kw 1.55 lea tied William and Miry with H t maw In Mil.... $300
Tulane, ....
live previous games this fall The Grapes are five games I In Ia1.w rM,w....... II. W. S.Mrv 7 Mlt.Iw51w.. WMI .. 1.u.s N.s55s'* ,yards of Individual offense .v-.w..1IIa
front with a won and bat .._ T.... .. 1_ I .
ree. Tech
celebrated Us first triumph ..._ If, ..nr* I 150115 5.s' 7. W4MP11 w 1SM51.cwwel .. 'it-day as IrgNa wes
20- ord of OIL Newt Newman converted 0"..I H. MM I :I ki Southern Conferem
since it upset South Cuolina .... ,.__, .. .1,,
the l-M-u ( AI" <" /!. "_iMii! M .. .. t_ .
7 lut ytar.V spilt I Is's ....MI e I wwy15. s. ww/ww 'aootbait lam.

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-_ Sunday, November. -1, 1964-. Gainesville Sun 05.*


Lake Butler I

Titans 10-7 Seek i iI -

&. Browns to RevengeJackson T
For 1st Win x.. IM

Rolls Over I

DETROIT (AP) A stern I By MIKE RATHET college coach at Miami, Andy Giants without recovered Sonny [behind Don Meredith.

.. Miami defense offset a sluggish Associated Press Sports Writer Gustafson, said he was getting Randle, who is lost for the set- The Patriots, chasing the BillsIn HONDAPROUDLY
offense Friday night in pickingup Cleveland will be trying to, "completely crummy" treat son. Besides their passing attack a close Eastern Division AFL .
the first Hurricanes football 'protect its one-game lead in the I ment from the 49crs. the St. Louis offense has scramble, will rely heavily on .

Mayo 48-14 victory In nearly a year with a Eastern Division of the National: Ernie Ladd, the huge defensive been strengthened by impressive ]Babe Parllll to bombard a Jets' PRESENTS

., 10-7 squeaker over Detroit League and Buffalo will be tackle of the San Delgo rookie runner Willie Cren- defensive secondary depleted by THE ..
., .Quarterback Bob Bilentnlkoff guarding its unblemished American Chargers who was fined by the shaw. injuries.
I League record, but the pro American League Friday for The Colts, the
passed eight yards to Fred riding high on Unbeaten
JACK Super
IIORAN Buffalo Sports
.By will
Thomas I
punt. took the ball and, play
football focus tnls weekend may striking Houston's Ed Husmann efforts of
Brown for the score and Johnny Umtas lnny
gave Houston
Football at home
Sun Assistant down Oakland is
the sidelines
for his the visitors their first triumph fall on five Individuals who with a helmet during last Sun- Moore and cohorts, figure to ..
MAYO- Lake Butler's three tdffe-of-thweat touchdown reAA at San Diego and Denver at (CliO) SO ce.
since Nov 2 of last year. MIami backed Into the spotlight last day's game. have little difficulty with the Kansas City In American
The Football
horsemen Jimmy mas, .
Bob Lyons, and Harold Criner 14-point deficit early in the had gone nine straight week. George Blanda, veteran 49ers. San Francisco has lost League games Flashy first cousin of the
game must have Inspired the: games without a victory.A The quintet consists of: whose fine three In a row and slipped Into a "
Houston quarterback
for 218 The Bills beak Honda
galloped yards as the Lafayette team to come to life -Jim Marshall, Minnesota's he tie for the cellar. 7.0 and the only 50, but with
Tiger won their seventh After receiving the kickoff, crowd of 15,000 In U of D wrong way runner who recovered for the post-game comments I undefeated team In either more rugged styling For ., ,
itralght game from Mayo here workhorse Jimmy Prine spearheaded -[Stadium saw Miami win the a fumble last week and made about an official call on Baltimore may. well be watching league, have never beaten the the enthusiast who want ..
of his field goal attemptswas the Rams Dons battle.
4814. hard Oilers at Buffalo.
night. .
Friday This
way. figures to
a Mayo drive downthe to rambled H yards Into the end the motorcycle "look"
loss knocked out of announced at the same teams played to a tie earlier but be
Mayo a passing battle with the
Lake Butler 32. A
personalfoul Detroit lOne the end! zone plus other feotures.
first to wrong
was score on
Ladd's.Cleveland's Los
time as Angeles will have No. 1
contention for the Suwannee Bills' duo of Jack and
penalty against the Tigers for a safety Kemp
a 15, yard drive in the first Browns tackle quarterback Roman Gabriel
7;: STATISTICS moved the ball to the 15. period'capped by Danny Hackett's -Lou Michaels, Baltimore's Daryle Lamonica matching
their :only conquerors, the Pittsburgh this time while Detroit will be strikes with Blanda.
down. Laka SvHar Maya On second down, Prine bulled three! yard run around educated toe, who stirred some I 320
pint \\1 lehem' Stealers, while second- without the services of signal I The Chargers lead the Western Full Prlco
niniln It anon through the line and lumberH end. trouble the Colts' camp when
,.aulit' I 91W place Sl Louis plays New YorkBaltimore's caller Earl MorralL Division
with a 4-21 record.
h.rn _.It". e' rratas 12 yards for the Hornet talfT he stayed out after the curfew,
ealn, d utlne' m toTaraI Don Cifra of Miami booted a Western Division The Packers, bogged down The Raiders, however have
Allen Johnson kicked the Injured his ribs in a car crash,
,.....,.I"1d 1'.1", 3.e re 60 II after touchdown and the score point 37 yard field goal\ in the second and then was fined. leaders are In an enviable position with a :3-4 record have doubtful been strengthened l by Billy Cannon STREIT'SHONDA !

PunisPumbis Pau.Int.rc.pt.d by I 4 1 tTaro.Jo.n was 14-7, Lake Butler.A quarter. going against! San Francisco starters in linebacker Dave and have scored U points In
Ion 3 Jimmy Thomas that From taco: on numerous Miami Poor Treatment while their two closest pursuers Robinson and end Ron Kramer. their last two games I

ken by quartlrliLaka .pannltlM M II. I, went astray and a subsequent pass drives were going sour, George Mira, San Francis Los Angeles and Detroit, The Vikings, who beat the Packers The Broncos are 14 but their

M.re.Dinar. Ills-I.!414' 14-a Mayo fumble set up the next with five drives falling short co's rookie quarterback, who meet head on. earlier without Tommy lone victory was against the SALES I
korlnp.unnmarylLek.' ,, I Tiger score. near the Titan 20 yard line. became a storm center when. his Green Bay will be at Minnesota -Mason, now have him in the Chiefs. Len Dawson, who saw
Butiar LVDM run l'fI.' ) PAT
Ilrk .irr Clytfli J. Thomas run tat, Glenn Dees Intercepted Thom Washington at Philadelphiaand line-up. limited action last week, shouldbe IIS. W. U.l'.. Ave
alts PAT by by Clyatti Claylfi' GI.i. Tlwmai.", run, run('fI>, (ID PAT as' pass and ran back to the Dallas ,at Chicago In .the i Have Cnaace able to go all the way for pa '..11f1C
PAT klt-Wtty.WlY .* |lAl ISO):; Ex-Olympic Cage other Kansas City tl quarterback.
Mayo 47. However, two plays games. The
T. Thom Vfuij (0)) PAT biciyatt' ; Eagles still tiave a good
LYen., fw_ 051( PAT, ClywfAMyi later Prlne! fumbled on his own The Browns and Stealers have shot at the Eastern title but
Prlna run 1121 PAT kick
ky JotaoMi. Print, run (u; ). PAT kick 35 and Union County once more 'Draw' in First Game met once this season with Pittsburgh former Redskins Norm Snead,I '
ty JohpHMConference was In striking distance of the winning on a 200-yard will have to win the battle of EmoryCross'AgtncgFOR '
Northern.! Division Mayo end zone. play by John Henry Johnson
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the Pan AmericanU. swapped quarterbacks. Sonny
and -1-4 umbrella
title! ,-_and kept_Lake. Butler, In Grlner Scores 'I The first battle of the Olympians star who signed with the that a spiked the Cleveland at Jurgensen led Washington to a

the top spot.Although Griner got the nod from quarterback between Luscious Jacksonand Philadelphia 76ers, and Barnes, tack. victory In their first meeting, '
Mayo threw up stiff Thomas and lugged the Jim (Bad Newsl Barnes Is the Texas Western standout who passing for five touchdowns 'I I INSURANCE -
defenses from time to time the ball down to the Mayo t. Then history.It's went with the New York Knicks Needs 14 Yards against his former Philadelphia & IONDS I.
Tiger backs found plenty of he popped through the Hornet also a draw played on the victorious U.S. Jimmy Brown Cleveland's mates. I ,
running! room for long gainers, forward wall and scored. team at the Tokyo Olympic great ground gainer, goes Into The Bears, tied with the fliers 1109 N. Main St ::1
Including a 60-yard punt return I Lake Butler wanted to assure Gaxus. the game needing only 14 yardsto at 2-5 In the West, have been hit i Phone 376-4582
bv Quarterback Thomas for a Coach Jim Daniel of a well- Ladd Blanda ; become the first 10,000-yard by the virus and will be up .
first quarter touchdown. padded halftime lead and with Friday night they were on rusher In NFL history against a Cowboy outfit that I JOI ROSSANO C. IMORY CROSS I
Lake Butter took the opening the help of another Mayo fumble different aides, each scoring The Cardinals will tackle the showed It could roll last week ..'....""". La.'iI,. Lilt, lira .11' Ciivahy C...'."'" a
k'ckof/' < and ran It .back to the found themselves positioned Draw Biggest seven points on three baskets ,-,-
and a foul.Barnes .
May 24. Four plays later. the on their opponent's 33-yard lino
'Thers added the first six of however was in the
I This time J. Thomas tucked
(Mr 48 points for the night. On the ball under his arm, skirtedthe Fines in AFLNEW IJne.up'as the Knicks pulled .
tst Thomas handed off away In the closing minutes for
right end, and s n a k e d 15 ..
a (4 90 victory that left them in
"s'Lyons who swept around
for touchdown. YORK AP Ernie
yards a Clyatt ( ) -
third In the Eastern Division ..
rl"ht-end for 19 yards and a
added the point and the score Ladd, San Diego's huge defensive -' .. .
of the National Basketball
touchdown.End the half Lake Butler 28, .,.
at was
Larry dyatt Then loot Mayo 7. tackle, and veteran Houston Association while the 76ers fell enneysonly! \;oj. ,

ed the first of hU six extra The two teams butted heads quarterback George Blanda Into last place.In .

point conversions. during the early part of the I; have been slapped "'ih the other games, Boston's undefeated iroe }i iI ii

Fumble third quit t e r. But slippery heaviest fines levied against Celtics ran their string .
Several minutes later" Mayo Mayo hands again led to another players in the five-year history to seven In a row by walloping limited '!. .
yielded the ball to the Union Tiger tally. I Detroit 1M90 behind Sam
County eleven.I Three lint Having recovered a fumble at of the American Footba Jones' 28-point effort and Cincinnati ,

downs put the ball in play on the 50, Thomas faded back'andheaved League. edged St Louis 119-1\ IS
the Mayo 23. What looked like a 20-yard pass to halfback Commissioner Joe Foss handed as Oscar Robertson scored :39 1
another touchdown drive was points, Including the decisive ..
Lyons at the Mayo 30. down the fines Friday for
scotched when a Lake Butler Lyons outdistanced Ma pursuersfor "actions detrimental to the beat points. t'
fumble was recovered by Hornet a Tiger touchdown. Jackson had made his NBA
Wayne Richardson.The Prlne notched Mayo's final I I interests of the American Football debut Tuesday, scoring i 10 :;

Hornets, running* from score on the next series of plays League" in last Sunday'a points. But this ,was Barnes'
the formation, couldn't move when the Hornets drove from Houston-San Diego game. Foes first shot at the pros. He Joined
the ball and were forced to their own 37 don to the Lake also warned that further infrac- rookies Emmette Bryant Willis

Butler 13-yard line. On first tions would draw stiffer penal I Reed and Howard Komlves plus
down, PrIne rammed through Tom Cola with the score tied 8585 -
Virus Hits the Lake Butler line carrying ties.Foss and the rookie-dominated
Six Bears three Tiger defenders Into the who said the fines were five pulled the Knicks out front I'

end zone with him. Johnson the largest against players in (190 with 52 seconds left .It.

CHICAGO (APHard) hit again converted for the PAT. the league's history, declined to Len Chappell was the high -

by Injuries all season long, the Tommy Tallies announce the amount scorer for the Knicks with 24 :
points while Johnny Kerr topped I 11
Chicago Bears were confronted The other Thomas I n the The New York Daily News. Philadelphia with 11.

with more miseries this week Tiger backfield, Tommy stole however said it had learned The Celtics Jumped off to a 7-I,
when six members of the squad some glory from Jimmy in the that Ladd's 0 Detroit to 74
fine was $300 and lead pulled up
were Jilt by Intestinal virus. last quarter when he scored theteam's
Blanda's $2SO. and then suddenly Boston had
The aliment, which lasts sixth touchdown of the I
The commissioner said Ladd run off 11 consecutive points
about 21 houra'but leaves the evening. Jimmy guided the Tigers was fined for striking Houston's behind Tom Helnsohn, Bill Russell .
players In a weakened condition down the field via the effective EVERY PAIR
defensive tackle, Ed Hausmann,I and Tom Sanders. The lead I ,
first struck Thursday side- option play, and five
with a helmet during Sunday'aheated never was below six points after
Ing defensive end Doug At- first downs later they to U II c' '
kins. offensive end Rich Kreltllngk themselves on the Mayo I. On game at Houston In that I
and which the Chargers held on for Kelnsohn scored 21 points for
tackles Earl Leggett the next play from scrimmage, PENNEY'SFAMOUS
Stan Jones and linebackers Joe T. Thomas scored. a 20-17 victory. Boston, one less than Terry OF
Fortunate and Larry Morris. The Tigers added their last Blanda was fined for some Dischlnger of the Pistons.
outspoken comments about the Behind Robertson for the J
TO of the game late in the
official call on his field goal Royals were Wayne Emory with
fonrth period when Lyons bolted I
Gainesville'Atlllete around right end for five attempt in the closing secondsof 24 points and Jerry Lucas with I
the game. Officials ruled that 21. Bob Pettit was high for the
Ait sshoes' yards. During that 4( yard
Blanda's kick went wide. I Hawks with 34. I
drive Tommy Thomas was Injured -: __
Drive when be was tackled on' j jIi

an end run. Coach Daniel believed ,
LAKELANDJim McC 0 I- the halfback had some QUALITY
lum of CalneivOIe stccer fullback sort of a shoulder Injury and SPECIAL SALE

for the Florida Southern had Thomas leave !the game In
College Moccasins, Is one an ambulance. circulating oilQUAKER

reason why the ,fOCI art favored | Daniel credited center Danny DRESS SHOES
to win the Florida Intercollegiate Bennett and end Danny White-

Conference championship. bead for outstanding play, along BTU .
I with his bl -rlbbon backlJeld.I 55,000 .
A freshman, he Is one of the I Leading the Mayo defensive with 10-ytor guararv
blggQt and fastest m t n on the effort were Allen. Johnson, John tee on tile fire pot and \4 FOR MENREDUCED

squad. Southern's victory string :ny Byrd, Glenn Dee and Stanley
Includes: a key-M win over the Buchanan.
University of Miami Hurricanes, Lake Butler's record Is now rings.HEATERS

defending champ' I 7..4., while Mayo is mJeffs 20 %
McCoUum, a 1963 Gainesville

High graduate the son of Mr., 573 :
and Mrs. Robert H. McCoUum,

4111 SW 2nd Ave.t Leads Mixed

t> I Sun Jeffs S73 on games ofiUllM $7285

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'rolled 457.Team Spociel' 10% DOWN
I No. I had an 1121 series Drum I
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r lame. Splits were made 'by and Stand 12 Months To REDUCED
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had!: 547 and Marshall Boae, Complete, CENTRALHEATING 4\ I
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430, Elba Davis, Dixie
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Gainesville Sun Sunday, November 1. 1964 .1.1I


I -- PKY Whips Farragut, 130By r II

NIS NISSEN Admiral Farragut of St. Petersburg Tom Dobson received a shoulder, had never played quarterback In battle from the opening kickoff !

Assistant Sports Editor and made the happiest of injury in the third quarter. a PKY game, but he had been with only one serious threat beIng -

The quarterback rollout play homecomings for P. K. Yonge's Tuttle stumpy and quick and I working at the position some recorded.

was worked to perfection bye Blue Wave. [a specialist at rounding the I during practices the past ( e w Blocked Punt

converted halfback Friday night Captain Steve Tuttle, who had ends, heeded the call and drove i weeks. PKY tackle Kevin Fitzpatrick

at Citizens Field to break up i started every game at halfback the Blue Wave to two quick: Tuttle was primed to takeover broke through to block a Far-
defensive football battle.It take touchdowns and victory. if needed for Dobson, who
rugged was called on to over ragut punt In the last minuteof
13-0 [the The 5-foot 1 122-pound senior inherited the quarterback slot
brought I victory over signal calling duties when the first half, and end Danny
...--.L three weeks ago when Mac
Dennison pounced on It at the
suffered broken leg.
.. Johnson a visitors' eight-yard line.

It was a strategic move by Hansen cracked (for three
Coach Mike Gutierrez.
PKY yards on first down, but then
M Scant momenta after Tuttle the Blue Wave bobbled the ball

moved to quarterback he rolled'and Farragut took over to stop
out around left end for 23 yards the threat.

and the first touchdown of the
Farragut was unable to move
game.A the ball on the ground or in the
run for the extra point
air and never threatened t
failed and PKY led, (-0, with
cross the PKY double tripes.
.a 2:34 remaining in the third pe-
The visitors stayed In the shadow
..., of their own goal post almost -
Not Through the entire night. Gain for Blue Wave

But Tuttle was not throughas The win evened the Blue t

he demonstrated the next Wave's record at 3-3-1 while Steve Tuttle (40)) whose touchdown scamper broke open' the game Is shown .,

4i time the Blue Wave took possession Farragut, a Class A school 1, making a good gain for P.K. Yonge In the Wave's 13-0 victory over Admiral I

of the ball. dropped to a 3-2 mark.Cross. FarraKut Friday night. .
He started driving for the

end zone with those deadly roll- .

wI ; _130-131 no' .stATIaTICSAdmr. ,.,'..U. P.a 1 K. YOM.PIrsI 1Irani 7. City Coasts, 46-0 I.By \I.

Iran 0...,131 I I
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= TI Yards from ..p3./1100.,..... ......,.. JI I'ISO DAVE BERKOWITZ was Karr who opened up the. With 10 secondOemalnlng In
., .. II II
Y.dS"_ 0 135 5111135' I- t Sun Football Assistant ITATIITICS c.... Cliy 11m"l4n4 HH Keystone Heights line for one the halt.. Oyerjtreet drove In
MMI lnt.rc.p
rums 7-17. 10.1 lit earn ,..... 1-4 10-11
umblw' tort I 1 that almost wasn't" became a from rutiilng 4 i and for another of eight yards. had another score and a 3-10
... Yirdi 01' .ptnilllMIcor 10 II I from ponaltIM 4 0Yard.
by quirtortiAdmiral stark reality to Keystone oalnod ruining 410.. Keystone Heights had to settle lead.

K.' Yttn wrigut. e". I 5 1P. -II- t H.!ghta Friday night as the V.rd.,.-I galnoo pawing' 1 II.I 1MI 41 for 41 yards rushing, all that I In the second half, Stefan Bro-

Scorlna uinmtrylTouclidowmi I Dixie County's Bears of Cross .._ Inttrwpttd' by I 0 the stingy Cross City defense ,kas quick kicked 57 yards to

Yardage for PKY Admlrtl' Mrragut HUM City pulled out all the stops 'Puts_bl.. 'IMt II t +:14 I would allow and 41 yards in :the Cross' City five. Karr car- 61
P. K. Vonn .,... Tulll4 (J5 Yd.ton,5050 Yard loot .....IIIM 94 4Scoro the air ried a
48-0 to the The nest
blly,1) m goodi a victory. by 1tlliC,51a seven.
Marell Tyrt (42) gets a few yards on this run for TKY. (Sun photo by Tom. TuttK. lo Moms. (S Tyr.lye PAT10Il(P..)) PAT Fullback Randy Corbin was !11.,.low City Hit 144-1 14 II II 1-44 Cross City took the opening play left the crowd gaping as 01

my Lewis) _______ OHIclalli Wmdtll ... Kllpftrlck ref- the main attraction with three coring wmmdrytCrou kickoff and drove to the Indian Corbin took the ball on his seven 1a

4r", Jim PrllcMlt. anpir./' .5004 Jim IbMinuni C03-on. hid JimMcaanal touchdowns and a total of 231 T.OCldewna City Corbin. > (:It rum :9$ 35 yard, line. Then Corbtn yard line off tackle, twisted SI,
1 ludot. Don Ltwlt tlmarouts yards rushing nearly triple the run 13 run) Karr (II, run I, 10111) finding ,tT hall In his hands, and Jumped around and over cl
0...." ... (4 ) U )
run Ouiloy" run
and then called on fullback oppositions total output. PAT Ovonfrwt to .Karr, paw 03in scooted 'h a host of blueJerseJ ?Indian I defenders, and cut 00-

r" Trenton Triumphs Tom Hansen for a 21-yard The Bears who started the OHltUHi, to Bobby Bobby Olbwn Klncald,nforoo...... Sob- ._ \t with less [straight down the sidelines for

romp to the Farragut four-yard season with a 12 man varsity lot,Wl umplroi..olt, Koto Bobby) fummsr flail J.' D..ludoai Mo- ball than game four.. .,..\ gone In the a 95 yard touchdown jaunt.

line. Hansen came through and almost gave up football Ally Cook, dock.Corbln's The extra point pass was com
I again on the next play and moved easily through the tired The Bears held and Keystone plete for a 38 0 lead.

i By JIM KING Thomas completed passes of 30, Osterhout again took matters smashed In for the score.A Indians who had only one re- three touchdowns of Heights was forced to punt. Immediately Cross City made one more

Football Assistant 5, 37. 20, and 14 yards and then Into his own hands and hit Fitz- five yard penalty shovedthe serve on the sidelines at any 35, 35 and 93 yards respectively the Cross City eleven touchdown on a four yard

INVERNESS football capped the 69 yard aerial drive patrick with a beautiful 17 yard, ball back on the PAT attempt one time. along with several other started another march with 'plunge by Ousley and capped

i was politic. Trenton's 25 19 with a 25 yard scoring passto aerial and Fitzpatrick strided and Tuttle promptly Behind the running of Corbln, good runs put him over the 1- the help of a long run by Ous:off the scoring at 46 points on

victory over Citrus High here Jimmy Slaughter. All of the an additional 50 yards tor tile tried his hand at passing. He Jerry Karr Louis Overstreetand ;000 yard mark and very closeto ley from the Bears' own 13 to a fourth r quarter safety. j

:: t tt Friday night would have to be passes on the drive, except the score. An attempted run for the, reached bock and fired a bulletto Robert Ousley. the Bears 1200. the oppositions' 36. A five yard I Bear coach Al I Parris couldn't

classified as a battle of ultra- five yarder, were to end Wilson PAT was stopped and the game ; halfback Marell Tyre In the ran up a total of 480 yards on I When It wasn't Corbin tear pass play put the pigskin on the !help expressing his pleasurewith

i radical liberals as the two with Holton Browning snagging for an interception. The ball I end zone to make It 13-0 with the ground. 'ing up_the Indians' defense it 31 yard stripe and Karr tookit Corblo's performance.
the other Slaugh t e bounded off of Shields and dl- from there with a run for the
teams pulled all the stops In a pass. r 9:23 left In the game. f The victory was Cross City'ssixth
Wilson after rectly into the arms of Slaughter score
then passed to a PKY threatened several other against no losses and one

ITATIltICsTr51t51 fake kick for the PAT. Duringthe who never broke stride and times in the last few minutes, Hawthorne Downs Interception tie, and makes Parris and Dixie el
/InHI drive 37 yard Slaugh t e r scooted Into the end zone with ,
I IMf, down II ICPD a twice after Interceptions. Keystone Heights' first play High students pleased that Ie
puwm.q 1 1e' to Wilson was nullified by the winning score. Again the\
from the Bears 1964 football team is
scrimmage after the kickoff
'0 1", Late ;
missed but Interceptlona
,... I Ior. [penalty. attempt was
'0 Kuto.III" ,. Trenton had Its 23 .19 End Covey Johnston pickedoff ended in an Interception and very real,, Fn
is Citrus was stalled after the winning
... .. Oil )
*"s Cedar set up Cross City's third touch-
\ 1. 51.14 Ib 11uumn kick off and Fitzpatrick put margin.was a pass and ran it back to Key 26-2

Pw IM MI I. loll t .4.0 Trenton deep in its own terri again tied' this time at 19 the Farragut 27 yard line on one down. Ousley carried from the Davidson .Wins el
to the 18 and five
PessilIw' a0.1lSI" I"'as" 71 occasion and Hansen plays
tory with a 50 yard punt Intercepted ,
-11I". e1 lOll,wtwlt I Ir.If However, Thomas replied with all.With two and a half minute, one and dashed to the Far- HAWTHORNS The Haw before halftime when Gills n d's Karr went in for the later. DAVIDSON N.C. (AP) .D

I :; ..- .I 1111IIavow. 1 .-.* a 73 yard belly series keeper remaining Thomas faded back ragut 28 with only 13 seconds thorne Hornets continued their punt was blocked and went out t the first quarter ended, D.vldson'l'detenae' set up two q

IcrNlI. IU ft'tl II..... ( which set the stage for his 10 from the 49.. yard line and remaining., surprising bid for a Riverland of the end zone.Hawthorne Bears led lU.I touchdowns and a safety as the) a

M T.. '''''n TlwnMi M. M.. SUmaTAo yard scoring run. His attempted ed at Slaughter. In one of hii I Another drive ended on the Conference six football added another TD I The Indians stopped one Cross Wildcats whipped Furman 23-0 -
I mm 11, runty Wilton (I* run). PATS few bad the ball visitors 17 where the Blue man City drive on a fumble recov
blocked. overshot
Wilson "P.. ham Th""m4 lIIMTIMMI PAT boot was passes in the third period as Gillandran I for the first time since 1948
OgdM 14 run)) Oiltrtwult the intended receiver bat y Wave surrendered the ball on title this season by dump I n g 13 yards. Andrew Black-. cry but fumbled right on their Saturday In a Southern. Conference P
( rvnli PltipdrKk (4>, M" from Otttrdtut 17 Yard Drive least five yards and the Hurrlcanes [downs. Cedar Key 23 2 Friday night. 35. Corbin took the cue and
). PATi .1I..lrldI'.I. well made the extra point on s I game.
I Qsterhout was not to be out- scooted 35 yards for a 24-0 leadOverstreet's .
Richard Shields doveBronson The first half defensive
I was a .
The victory avenged the lone run and It 'Was 20 0.
The liftee Davidson
wide. razzle dazzlegame done, so he hit Ogden with passes pass to Karr was victory
which open disappointed a of 36 and 9 yards ran for loss on the Hawthorne record The final Hornets' score came i good and the Bears had a 23-0 from the conference cellcr and :

I Homecoming crowd only In results an additional nine yards and' this season and boos te d the on an 11 yard run by Reeve s I edge.. put Furman Into It ;

: but not in thrills. finally climaxed a 87 yard Triumplis Hornets to a S 1 iriark. It In the third quarter. fr

drive with a five yard sweep. also kept the Hornets tied with Hawthorne will play rival I

.f After the first quarter, which Just before the half, Trenton's Bronson for first place. Melrose there next week and + \0

conservative Thomas passed to Wilson The Rlverland teams play 1 then goes to Bronson on Nov. r ,

: and who lateraled to Slaughter who 38-20 at Taylor twice around and the visiting 13, for the game that may settle -
mar's Citrus Hurricanes : "
In turn lateraled to Howell Lan Sharks previously downed the championship.

I. Coach John Rowe's Trenton caster for a 10 yard gain. The wI thorne but they weren't | Cedar Key now Is 3 2 but ,
Tigers ran double reverses PIERSON-Bronson's Eagles I fin who ran 70 yards on thee
ended 13 13.
half game at all Friday night.A still has an outside chance at
.. pass lateral laterals center stayed In the running for th punt return for a second period round-i +
The second half was even large crowd watched the title in the double
format Ion
: ellglbles spread Rlverland Conference six man I TD. The final first half s
fake kicks fake quick kicks, wilder as the referees enteredthe grid title with a 31 20 triumph 1score came on a 39 yard Hornets got on the ScoreboardIn robin. t
and throwing contest They tossed the opening period on an 11- [ Hawthorne coach Bill Collins
I fake kicks for extra points over Taylor High here! sprint by Schossler He also
fake fakes. In the process the their red flags for a total of Friday nightIt added the lone extra point for yard pass from Wayne Allisonto praised his team's defense .

: two teams completed 21 of 27passes 180 yards 105 against Trenton the fifth win In sii: the Eaglet. Larry Reeves. In the second which halted the Sharks two or (
and were usually successful and the rest against a hapless was period Allison hit Don Gilland three times around the 10 yard ro
:C with most of their raz- Hurricane eleven. tries for Coach John :Rulledge'igrldders In the third period Taylor with a 30 :yard pitch. Gilland > f** *** {

: sic dazzle. There was only one Slaughter returned the Hunt loss.and Taylor's sixth I tallied on a 13 yard pass from ran over the point to make it line.Score by quarters: .

fumble during the game. [cane second half kick off straight Wood to Bill Underhill Bronson 13.0. Hawthorne 6 713 0 -25 CcJ

:I from the 13 to the 40 and Tren- The Eagles counted two I rebounded as Schossler passed The Sharks scored a safety Cedar Key 1210-2
Quarterback Don Thomas wasa ton needed 14 playa to score touchdowns each in the first t: 35 yards to Steve Bird and Griffin 'f

key man In the Trenton vic-: with Slaughter banging In from and second quarters to build a passed to Leslie Jordan for .

tory as he hit on 10 of 12 passes the two. On the drive Slaughter 23 0 halftime lead. Taylor,' the extra point. Taylor scored I II :.,

: the last one for the tie passed to Wilson for gains of surged back In the second hall again in the quarter on a 25 MEN'S FASHION FOOTNOTES '

: breaking T.D. and 49 yards. He 30 and nine yards and Thomas,but it was far too little and too I yard run by Ronnie Puckett I ;1t 1y t

: broke with a an 10 earlier. yard 7.7 scoring deadlock run scampered being 20 yards trapped after on apparently anI late.Bill Schouler scored twlctfor Final Bronson TD In the last 1

with a quarter wu on a five yard run
after setting the stage
: Bronson In the first periodon I _
73 yard scamper from his 1 attempted pass. by Morris' Moody. Taylor scored -v- ---I I 1I
; Trenton held Its 19 1) lead runs of 17 and 30 yards. He I
: own 10. until the fourth quarter when then lateraled te Johnny Grit, on a Wood to Underhill pass
for 13 yards. Strickland addeda .1
: Equally Brilliant pair of extra points for the 4. "1

:: Ina signal losing caller cause the Merrill Hurricanes \I Friday's Grid Scores losers. sir

S Bronson played without Ho.
Osterhout, was equally NIBM KMOOi. Cool I, Moult .Ow. 1 race Moody who 1s out for the 0
: as he hit for 11 of 14 passes, tnMMIM,. O. CryMM atvtr I .
LOCH MUM M. AmM 4TOTM season with a shoulder Injury,
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I 1 lRR '; y 1 : Starke Racks Up Live Oak 1

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By LARRY WOODS down to business again puttingthe after Larry Crawford and Eddie and faked a punt on a fourth eyed 80-yards for Starke's final

I Sun Sports Writer Bulldogs even further be- Noegel had banged out a few and two situation. Hurst pickedup score Mike Frlck's kick was ''I
LIVE OAK In a tense, hind. short valuable yards I following 20-yarda on the gamble and long enough! but wide to the
bang Homecoming game the Interception. the Bulldogs appeared to beheading eft. < :
+Islam. night Live Oak's I Interceptloa I Crawford went from the five In the right! direction. I
Johnny Hurst kicked a field I Falcon: Intercepted a t Iv e to the one. Agner was stopped But again Live Oak ran out In a last surge to keep from

goal with two seconds left to Oak pass Intended for end Wilbur cold for one play and then Elder of plays and lost possession as being blanked by the visitors field,
Uve Oak back down
play-but It was only to save Rye and Starke was In possession sneaked In from one yard 'a determined Starke defense drove
alter the kickoff and had to set.
face' at the mid-field stripe. out to give Starke a 20-0 lead
Flustered all night by the successful Fullback Mickey Agner run-,following Falcon's second sue- held.Elder Iced the sweet victoryfor tie for a field goal ss Hurst
'1t xe passing of Starke quarterback ning like a miniature version'cessful try for the extra point I I' the Tornadoes in the closing cleared the uprights from 30
clock showedtwo
Phil Elder and contain- of Larry Dupree, snake hipped Live Oak got in a gambling minutes of the game as he hit yards out as the

his way to the five yard line mood late In the final period Dougla on a pass play that cov- seconds- remaining.- -- .-- -
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of the Ceremony uv. .M oummoryiTouchdwni IlllScorlnf I I Rebels 7-0 WinBy Our fh..at-Our services prlcei ire the ere

Mr and Mrs. P. J. Holder step-father and mother of Wayne Pridgeon march "..rk.or), _0. .floor.,.. (M.(IS.pass.ass..... ,ran 1/.. II II- fair. Please cell us
to the middle of the field for the pre-game dedication ceremony Friday night 'ori P. aids, (I, ruoll OouolM IM GLENN LANEY ,.... late In the last quarter when It first, and then-Com/*
P Oronoo Pork
_accompanied Ijr members of the current Chlefland squad. At left second row, (M.1 kick). P. SIMr' ) PATi Mlcon I Sun Football Assistant Pint( d._. 1N.rn pushed down to the Santa F. peril
Is Indian coach McCall. Uvo' Ook Hunt, flol1 tool (I/) yor''. ...... ..IIIIfttI 17 line. This the .
Doyle OWcioiti Cocil T....... roiorooi T.",- ORANGE) PARK Doyle ,...1fttI I i yard was deep.e
let 111'''_ .nn4 llMmoill Lou Joel-) Sties skirted left end for 48 tram pmlllolYorM kit omplrol Jorry litlck. loll |uo>oed yards with less than 23 secondsleft v... loinm,lIn.. nnnlno pouln' lit e 111 e for the night Santa F.', defense -

.Over Chief laud, 21-7 by a tenacious Tornado defensive to play to give heavily-fav ,"..-_ kd.rc.pl" w .1 .eWpI1 stiffened and the Orange

line, the host Bulldogs ored Santa Fe Rebels a 7-0 vic ,um.. ... toil i u I ni I I Park charge was repelled SURGEONS
barely managed a last chance tory Friday night over Orange ken by/.vtortortlIMIO III-I. Orange Park moved t II e ball mil HTIMATU
field goal as Starke soundly Park 0'_ Pork III-.1 well against the bigger Santa PHONE
Colts Gain Win' beat Live Oak, 2J-J. Sikes, a bruising 190 pound seem. MmmoryiToucnommoi Fe line In the first half as It 376.1106
Elder threw for three touch- halfback, broke into the clear Lora ro U... 141 pool. P Aft plied up 71 yards. However, O.hIi..)ls'0111 .
downs to rack up Starke's fifth on a reverse and outran the the Raiders Just couldn't come ...4

win against! one tie for the sea i whole Orange Park defense. I up with the big play when they Mass. a.ll.bieTs. .

By JIM KELLY A strong Colt offense tore scoring a touchdown on a 75- son. To date only nine points I Frank Taylor had madeSikes' needed It. SYri "'v

Sun Football Assistant through the Chlefland defense yard run.Previously. have been scored against the Lake City run possible only seconds After the game Roberts l said, TIr'

CHIEFLAND The 0 n c:.. for nine first downs and 286 unable to penetrate boys from Bradford County earlier when he intercepted Orange "This was their homecoming onlLAILII..... Jeb

beaten! North Marlon Colts l useda yards rushing. North Marion past the North Marlon 12- Quick Score I 7.0 Victor !! Park quarterback CoyWhitener's and they were up for us. It CI.".',
third down
scored hi every quarter exceptthe yard line, Chlefland averted a i pass on seems as It everyone la up for I....../
strong running game to grind : Before you could ask a Live the 48-yard line. On the next us now.
third to win Its sixth gameof shutout In the last two minutes Over Crabs
out a 21-7 win over the Chief- the season. Chlefland is 3-3 of the game when senior half, Oak fan had he completely dried play Sikes made the win I Ding 1 "I think Danny Adams, Doyle L0 ;
land Indians In 80 out from the recent floodwaters : dash. Slkes and Frank Taylor should
Friday tight a Senior halfback: Danny Sand back Lee Mills raced yard I
Suwannee Conference football iin proved the big gun for the to the end zone after receiving, quarterback Elder tossed LAKE CITY The Columbia : Santa Fe coach, Charlie 1 t get credit i for playing I a real 1 ll
clash. Colts, gaining 171 yards and kickoff. Quarterback Dennis; a touchdown bomb to lanky High Tigers made a second- Roberts said after the game fine kill gams' ha concluded
Gene Pass the first of touchdown stand had been netting ::=-
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I. the extra point. the game. The Bulldogs were for a 7-0 football win Friday ,the play all night.
SCORE IS 26-6 North Marion'i first scon c I caught napping as Pass romp. night over Daytona Beach "We had been running Inside .e- S
ed 61 the eabreete. all night Roberta l
late in the first quarter yards on play.Starke's on them ,
came 225 W. UNIV. AVE.SELECTED .
said. "We felt if we ever did
coaching staff admitted
I It the fifth
Williston STATIITICSNortK after the scout was victory get Into scoring position t h I splay
Surge MtrlM CUMImPlnf 1 game ,against a lone tie for the Tig- 1
would work for us. .
o m II ing reports showed the Live I Seabreeze
Iron hem nitMnej,...1.' 1yro t 9 I Oak secondary liked to get real en.III most disappointing, having one grid I Santa Fe didn't get Into .cor- .
: eMr u1A1M N cozy with their linebackers, Ing position until the last t hall
in Is 2
.... ...,,, IN campaigns years, now minute of play. A stubborn 1a
Defeats Neivberrv v. plc H 1 Mr. more than necessary. Pass was
,._ 31. \
...., 101'....,.", byimkioo a I' behind the Live Oak safetyman Raider defense held the Keystone :
,.401, s ass 1.111 1 by some eight yards The only score came on a Conference leaders. Inside
By JOHN CLENDENON Despite his team's rhln,1 ..... .b.1111 tool "" "p 1 Iv. Less than two minutes had &yard march In a dozen playsby their own SO for almost the ., I
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Ice: by I
SOB Football AlilatantNEWBERR'HeavUy total. Holder managed 30 yard N.'" MorMONorm T r r-11 I elapsed when Elder again Lake City The touchdown resulted whole game.Santa : ,
favor on the ground and [passed for ChM.n.. a rIeTNn. I/, caught the Bulldog pass de- on a 12-yard pass play Fa was held to 32 yards
tummarylTsuchdewvnr fense short handed. This time from quarterback Joe Jordanto In the first half on the groundand
ed Wdliston took half a gameto 91 yards and Newberry's only j
get rolling then struck for touchdown. (ton* ran M.imlffl.".' O- 'J.Swtfll! (r1. run),', fullback Dwight! Elder was on halfback Ronnie Mangle. Billy only had 48 yards for the ,

theee quick touchdowns here T/'illlston rolled up 244 yards Chiotlw). Mllio) (.. nntock .* kicksO the receiving end of a 11 yard Joe Nelson kicked l the extra second half when Sikea added l '
toss. Don Falcon scored from point. 48 more. i
Friday night to dash Newber- rushing, but three fumbles and .
ry' Homecoming hopes 28 6Willlston a clipping penalty which nullified when Sandlin broke through a I 15 yards out on the previous The Tigers dominated the \ Orange Park mounted a serous *- .
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tackle Danny Stevens TD losers within big hole over right tackle, dud. play but a penalty nullified his first half as they held Sis- scoring threat I
a kept
a standout all night block- reach. ed a couple of would-be tacklers,, run. So for good measure Falcon breeze to a single" first down. I t. ., ,/ r.

ed a punt which led to a Red The Red Devils hit the scoreboard and rambled 75 yards tc I booted the extra point following But the Sand Crabs came back !!
Devil score early In the third early In the opening paydlrt. End Sells Edwardi I the Elder toElder ca strong In the last two quarters: EXPERTSERVICE GROUPS I

quarter. After &that It was Justa quarter.A kicked the point after touch, per and Starke jumped out In In a reversal of form.

matter of wearing out theWNIIoM pair of 28 yard Jaunts by down. front 13-0. S e a b r II It drove to LahCity' '
The second quarter was a de. Live Oak roared back Into OF
Griffith and fullback Robert 10-yard line In the fourth
I"TlnIC' Nowborry Head setup the score with Griffith fenslve standoff as neither team I the game trailing by two touchdowns period but Nelson kicked off apass
pip,, iwno II C could launch a sustained drive,, and starting from theta-
toting It in from the one. !
end to stymiethe
Irom ruowno II I In the zone
,..... M..Int Head bulled over for the conversion The Colts l took the down I 23, the Bulldogs!! moved all After the Tigers kick- .

".Ira,,.., foliwd/ina, ,N.....,.. ,..I .1 1 and a 7-0 lead. half kickoff and marched Ti, the way to the Starke eight- eJ out push., the Sand Crabs came SPORT COATS.
Vordo lilnW ,...... II 07Poowt yards for their second TD. Senior yard line before being stopped.
SII 411Pown Newberry made things tightat halfback Robert Stone rar I back to the 12-yard Lne. But
And stopping the Bulldogs this
"Mtrcootx" by <
Pwrtt .-IC H IPumblw halftime by scoring on a the final eight yards. The big I close to the magic marker an aroused Tiger defense

Vorm. Ml to*,....,.... 1U as four yard pass from Holderto play in the series was a 35ysrdjaunt I speaks well for the outstanding pushed Se.breeze back to the
SCOT. by ouonortiTouchdown halfback Tommy Farnsworthlate by Sandlin. Edwards booted line play of the Tornadoes. 40 by game's end. AND 'I
will! ,.. *OrlfrDH t II. run), Prloir (...I In the second.period. A his second PAT visitors' ,
_... Hock. """I. P. UtvOTo Holder pass to end Bo Baas for Warren Sparkles Lake City stifled the RADIATORS"We
MM Irom ...uk"'''. WIKHOII (I, C"'I' In the final period fullback I 1 breeze to just 61 yards on the
PAT Nay onoHSrlinolt rvm. If yards set up the TD. The Don Smith rammed up the middle -: Linebacker Jeff Warren, i Red Them Out"S
varwr u. hemWV ground. The Sand Crabs added -
N..b.rry.rn ,
toss bounced off the hands of '' bruising 188-pound senior preempted "
and the Colts'
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Houorr 1 for two
.,.. ,., yards M more In the sir on four SLACKS
UrnM Moytww p.r I Willlston defender and IntoBass' the Halloween witch MOTOR BLOCK
.Idior* Mlllwi, nti llnoomoni III! final touchdown. The play cam: I of 11 Lake City had 109
Korr wnolru rtoroeo Qvlncy ll.i< .Mo. waiting! arms. shortly after a fourth down I and haunted Live Oak ball carriers passes Pressure flushing I
: The extra point attempt was Chlefland had fallen all evening He was ably yards rushing and 40 pawing
gamble by I .
scrappy, but oftmanncd New- blocked and Newberry trailed short enabling North Marion to I backed up by ends Mike Sial At that, Seabreeie out first-nine w. Pub tarRADIATOR. D.ii..f A Handsome Collection of Docron and Wool
downed the home eleven
berry crew. j 7... take possession at the Chletland l trunk Eddie Douglas, and Past
"It was the win No. 1 against Stevens broke through to 12-yard line. Stone passed I Guard Steve TUley, who actedlike to liven Blend Not oil sizes In every pattern.

,One'loisand a' tie for Coach' block a Newberry punt mid- Sandlin for the extra poInt. the middle of the line was They still pay off on score- SHOP

Sammy Miller a Red! Devils.Newberry way through the third quarterand This set the stage!! for the long, his own personal real estate,' board points though and Lake WHITE ELECTRIC
If aj the other end guard Hallie Priest picked : and Roger Chllson also treat. Reg. 3500
run by Mills for the Indians'only l City continued toward a banner I
-9(the pole'with one win a tie up the ball and rumbled in for score. ed the Bulldogs most ungentlemanly year. The Tigers still mast BATTERY
anf: five defeats.Jlffler .
the TD. Colt coach Stan Toole praised I i meet powerful Palstks unbrat
: and Newberry coach, Williston added two moreTD's tackle Roger Wood and end' Live Oak's Randall Box and en Clarke, once-beaten Perry SERVICE $2590Nationally j

Archie: Bankston both singled I one on a 42-yard pass Tookie Pruitt for their defensive hard running Johnny Hurst and rival Live Oak In IU next AVI.
-< .performer. The op.ened to end Ronnie Stevens and weighs 175. game and once they were forced : Score by quarters ,.... 171-1 Jl I
: up huge- holes on offense:another on an eight yard run, Losing Chlefland mentor cited I to go up the middle they Lake City 676' *-7Seabreeze
';:TUllJet detente that limited by Mitchell the outset of the Ted Key, Leroy Allen and found are going twice as rough. : 6 I e .-.
thr.Pmther mime eight final period. I Tommy Andrews as leading b was the game's leading Advertised Hubbard '
yarw rushing j I WUUaton'a defenders held the defensive unit. brusher however with 101-yardi
UilUf-ale* was' pteased with'Newberry attack to minus five The game marked the dedication In II carrlen. 55% Dacron 45 % Wool BI.nd'from our

thfjlmflfeg'of halfback Bobo yards bi the second half while : of the Indiana' new foot- Following Live Oak's color- ,t "il'
"G CrffflDCTbCl I pound sen-'IN offensive unit was ringing ban location, Pridgeon Memorilal -S ful Homecoming celebration at regular stock. r
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IOWA SCARES BUCKS back Tucker Frederlckson LARRY WOODS big to make us go all the way,"! the two were not exactly strangers. the game "But I do know we
: definitely will take a crackat Sua Sports Writer predicted the 224 pound Ann I The big Jacksonville! tackle: played, defensively that is, bet
professional football next The look of disgust on Larry Arbor, Mich standout" thinkwe and Frederickson were on opposite ter today that we did against I
season. Dupree's face was evidence the would all like another crackat I aides of the field when both Alabama last week,"

BUT LOSES BY 2119IOWA The 220 pound senior punishing All Southeastern Alabama," remarked Brown, played In a Florida High School Dick Kirk, owner of two Interceptions ,
said, "I'm going to try pro Conference fullback didn't personally who also predicted Florida All Star game several
Against Auburn,
ball for awhile, Saturday I
would play In bowl
enjoy Saturday's 14-0 a game at
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) and remain In a tie for the BI g;Iin the third ,quarter, stopped afternoon following the 14-0 shutout over Auburn. the end of the season.Wanted ago.Another defensive end who of which ha turned Into an 87- !
Explosive Iowa scored with two Ten football lead. Gary Snook's extra point run loss to Florida's Gators. Not that "Dupe" wasn't proudof also was lauded by Graves for yard touchdown, was head i n g t
for the exits with
seconds left but failed on a try The Buckeyes, who turne I eight Inches short of the goal for Frederickson has been his teammates. He It his outstanding play a football
and Saturdaywas
for a twopoint'conversIon Saturday two Iowa errors into touchdowns their sixth straight triumph.I outstanding on both offense was Sydney MacLean, sitting tucked under his arm Saturday
I Lynn Matthews of
and defense for Auburn was quick to say so. But for quietly working over a pair of! Tampa. as the last Gator filed out
to to -ranked Ohio and electrified the crow I Iowa had blocked an Ohio The 207 pound end
Dupree Saturday's had was helped
since his sophomore season game white sweat socks, sized Florl- ot the dressing rooms.
State 21-19 with touchdown three
salvage In
a victory a play i State punt on the Buckeye 12 special significance. He had da's victory In this manner, "I off of the field in the sec "I don't believe Campbell saw
earlier in the fourth quarter, but said all week he wanted to make ond half slightly dazed a'ter being
believe we would have beat 'em me coming lp en the receiver
Several teams are interested -
failed to gain. in pro the rugged Hollywood up for last year's 19-0 loss anda !with or without Sidle. We work kicked In the bead. and as a result I was able to

1/. Boilermakers Bop drove With to four the Ohio minutes State left two Iowa and Fla., native, mostof game; he personally considered II ed hard for this one and wantedit Played Better"I pick his pang) right off a*, if it
botched his "
I a mess on
called four with which want him for de- up badly. don't remember a thing I were Intended for me, com
I running plays '
fensive purposes. part. MacLean praised Auburn's about the play or who I tackled ,mented the Ft. Lauderdale Jun
out huddle. Nourse flnajly
a Craig I I
f Illinois by 26-14 cracked over on fourth "I don't know IlI'U play Limping into the showers the Tucker frederickson but added ," Matthews said following ior."It t
I down with two seconds to play. offense or defense In the Macclenny senior quietly re- was real nice to see all
," Frederickson said marked, "I don't believe the an- those white shirts waiting for
LAFAYETTE, IND. (AP) quarter on marches of 80 and 85 On the try for a tie, Snook pros -NIS NISSEN kle is hurt too badly." Stanford Upsets me as I turned down field too,"
Sophomore Bob Cries of yards during which Grlese hit rolled to the left and was "I wanted to get back In there' OregonOn 'said Kirk.
Purdue laced Illinois Into a I seven passes without a miss. stopped by Ohio State's Dwight but it was decided I shouldn'ttake -
stralghtjacket with! need-charp! Illinois forged back on the Kelley, who earlier had blocked NcbraskaWins any additional chances," Lute Field Goal 10-8
of Fred Custardo and an Iowa extra point kick. ,
passes In the first half and the passing said the despondent team cap JUST ANOTHER
Boilermakers hung on to beat running of Jim Grabowskl and The finish was no more exciting 9.0 tain. Dupree the Gator's second PORTLAND>, Ore. (AP) -: ford got a break when Dave I FILE?
Ron Acka and made It battle than the start, when OhioSlate'
a ,
the IUlnl Saturday 2 .14- leading ground gainer, add- Stanford dominated from the Lewis punted 61 yards to the
the second ,
In halt.
:Purdue stayed at the top of Purdue got the clincher with,[ Snook's Steve pees Dreffer on the Intercepted first play LINCOLN, Neb. (AP>>) ed only nine yards to his rushing opening kickoff but needed a 27. Oregon one.Oregon a,
credentials Saturday beforehe yard field with 13 seconds .q
the Biff Ten football standings Fifth-ranked Nebraska broke goal
91 seconds left after Illinois 1 after the opening kickoff and
on a 4-0 record and virtually open a defensive battle with a limped off of the Florida turf. remaining to''upset seventh- was forced to punt out
threw raced 38 for touchdown.
punter George Donnelly a 1 yards a with 54 seconds left and
Stan. ,
Illin! for a and touchdown In ranked Oregon 104 Saturday. I
rubbed out hopes safety a the
short pass on a fourth-and-1 0 I The second Buckeye score, a Well Deserved ford took over on the Oregon 43
second straight conference title from his own end zone. two-yard run by Don Unver- final quarter against Missouri But If the "Dupe" was feelIng Oregon appeared to have the Lewis passed 27 yards to Bob I
by tagging them with their second End Bob Hadrlck set a Pur ferth, came after lowa\ Dalton Saturday for a 9-0 Big Eight a little down and out the game won with less than two Blunt and left-footed Braden

ions.Purdue. due record by catching eight t Kimble had fumbled on the football triumph.End .Coleman broke rest of the Gator squad seemedto minutes remaining but StaoSooners Beck kicked the decisive field ,
scored three touchdowns passes. The big one was a 13- Hawkeyes' IS. Langston be enjoying a well deserved goal before a stunned crowd of
the Ice Missouri
In the first 18 minutes of yarder for the second Boiler Both Iowa touchdowns In the by tackling victory. 28,870.
piny. Two came In the first maker touchdown. first half also were set up by quarterback Gary Line in his "We were Just ready to play, Win
own end with the final
miscues. Snook scored on a two- zone especially after that epls ode The loss ended Oregon's unde-
yard run In the first quarter quarter less than three minutes last week," laid the biggest Gator BOULDER, Colo. (AP) feated string at 10 games over a
I Wolverines Wallop 'CatsANN after Dreffer bobbled a punt old. of them all tackle Dennis Larry Shields' 57-yard punt two year period, including six Hn
Seven minutes later pea sift considered
snapback on the Ohio State 39. with return for touchdown in the this season It also serIous
Murphy. The 252 pound senior a was a Ib.cot at a Hit T.iIt b...
Late In the second period Snook In possession on Milosoud' fourth period after Lance Rentzel' -: Jolt to Oregon's Rose Bowl prawn that .. dnwon ttIMBl
from Cairo Ga
ARBOR, Mich. (AP) In the final quarter when 1 II 37 Cornhusker was ejected
quarter .
tt 30 to Karl ambitions. Kh a sixty
: passed yards Noonan 40-yard touchdown run in pound
Powerful Michigan scored threeof marched to a Michigan six But for touchdown after OhioState's back Bob Churchlch faded backto from the game Saturday for load opmd Md cloud tan
the first four times it had the Dick Wells broke up a fourth-.[ Wlllard Sander fumbled pass, shook off one tackler taking an ungentlemanly poke the first quarter insured Oklahoma'a Stanford came into the game Umw a day Iwo hudrad and
ball In Northwestern down Northwestern In the hurled at Auburn's Jack Thornton, a 14-11 Big Eight Conference with Ixty worklnt days a ytir.wM .
rolling over pass : on the Buckeye 30.Falcons a high arching throw to football Colo- only two victories in six still be la toad working i
victory over
35-0 In a Big Ten football end zone to preserve Michigan'! halfback Kent McCloughan. He 210 pound Junior tackle from coototts. condition town* from 1
game Saturday. second shutout of the campaign, had to escape a tackler then got Washington, Ga. rado Saturday now A tow. tart pf:Tour
: Fly "''I realize now I shouldn'tbave nooid ... Uw Hit Mood .(
a key block from tackle
Quarterback Bob Timberlake The loss was the fifth In a row Larry Huskies AwakenLOS year company Dont trait
it but the
done at time I
AIR FORCE Kramer and cut across field for UCLA Victor them, .
scored twice for Michigan on for the Wildcats, who have now ACADEMY, ColoAPI inytDlot Int.W .
I just wasn't thinking, explained
runs of two and six yards. lost three straight seasons to, ( Stopped once a foot 1 a touchdown. ANGELES (AP) -Wash. I'
Michigan.The from the goal line, Air Force The victory ran Nebraska's Murphy. BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) -. ington, a slumbering giant all ,nv _.. I!
and John Hender- !
Rick struck with a 50-yard( touchdown|string to 14 games, longest In Barry Brown, praised by Larry Z no passed 30 yards for
season, awoke with
son combined on a 33-yard scoring Wolverines brought their pass play late in the game for a the nation among major col' coach Ray Graves for his skillful a touchdown to end Kurt Allen-, suddenness astonishing en _"!lilt ft;* misses '
In the second quarteras over-all record 5-1 and thellH end said In' the fourth quar- to seal ..
pass to 7-0 victory over Arizona Satu" leges. defensive play, berg with about one minute left; ter your alias Can .
tht Wolverines raced to a 21- conference record assured Florida Just sort of "sat there Saturday, bringing the UCLA Saturday by scoring two '

0 halftime lead.A them of at least maintaining s I day.With 2:32 to go, Tim Murphy Colgate Rolls and waited for Alabama to Bruins from behind to a 23-21 Southern touchdowns California and defeating New
r 14-1X FILES '
30-yard touchdown run by tie for second place. passed to Fritz Greenlee near HAMILTON, N.Y (AP) -! make the moves last week, but victory over California In a
Mel Anthony the third period Michigan picked up 29 first t: the sidelines. The big end shook Colgate scored the first three we simply went after Auburn. Pacific Athletic Conference
closed out the scoring.Northwestern downs against the outclassed I off several Arizona tacklers and times it got Its hands on the' ."That. loss to Alabama is go-1 upset Beavers Roll $3750 AND I

did not pose a'Wildcats, 22 of them coming on I outran them :31 yards for the foolba'J Saturday and went on to i UP '
terlous scoring threat. until late t the.ground. score. srr::",er wlnless Lehlgh 410.THIS Kansas WinsMANHATTAN Princeton Wins PULLMAN Wash (AP) -
Oregon State
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passing arm of Paul P.-ilhers
Kan. (AP) PROVIDENCE, R.L (AP) for a 24-7 football vh:lory over MORGANTyptwrirer f
Gale Sayers of Kansas bolted 77 Cosmo lacavazzl battered Washington State Saturday.
touchdown late In Brown's defenses for two touch- i
yards fop a Brothers was nl *
oId] most of :
the third period breaking Op a downs Saturday In leading unbeaten the, game with bruised ribs 901.903'N. Agency '
scoreless battle with Kansas Princeton to a 144 Ivy mixed end Mein -St.-
sweeps and short FR
t State for a 7-0 victory Saturdaythat League football victory. flat passes in a first.half offensive 2-3411 ,

kept Kansas unbeaten in lacavanl rammed over for show that brought the favored ELECTROREXSPECIALS 4 4tbetr.nie
Big Eight footbalLSpartans his first touchdown from the two Beavers two touchdowns. St.llcil 8..k.' '

I early In the second period.He .

Roll set up Princeton's second I
I vote with a 47-yard run to the ..
I MADISON, Wis. (AP) Brown three to the opening
,Michigan State's Steve Juday minutes of the second ball Two
'picked apart Wisconsin's secondary plays later. he scored / POOL TABLES I
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q Interception for a 2M Big Ten Se. Money's ..,.,
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Not one of the,candidates
for the two high.
est offices of our country -
has to look very far F
to find pretty boosters
for his campaign. All '
have them right in their
homes, daughters who
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think their dads aVe the
best men for the jobs.

The two vivacious I
daughters of President II I
Lyndon B. Johnson are I
perhaps the moat active

HERS, HIM AND HER- Luci, left and Lynda Johnson give group.campaigners They have of beenon the 4.1II

a hug to Him, one of their two pet beagles, in the flower garden of the circuit nearly I.w .
i the White House after attending services at St. Mark's Episcopal every weekend to keep t I
Church. Beagle Her is at right. Dad in their Washington
f home on Pennsylvania
Avenue. When not barnstorming
j Lucl Baines fI f
17. is a senior at Na.
; Jndaand/ tional Cathedral School
j for Girls In Washington
A and Lynda Bird 20, is a
( junior majoring In his
tory at George Washington -

Senator Barry Cold-
water, Republican candidate .
for President has QUEEN An avid photographer like her father, Mrs.
x a two daughters.The older Richard Arlen Holt, formerly Peggy Ann Goldwoter, photographs
Joanne 27, is Mrs. the photographer just before being crowned queen of the 1962
Thomas Ross of Torrance Azalea Festival Norfolk, Va. =-
Calif., and motherof
four Carolyn, 6, ..
Thomas Michael. 3, and .. ..:::t
Alison 18 months. Margaret tC, -,. ,. :c' /. p' ,.. -
Ann (Peggy brideof ) : S I I
20, is the recent
Richard Arlen Holt
and lives in Beverly

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The Democratic candidate \
-ft": r for Vice-Preildent
Senator Hubert Hum
y. phrey has one daughter T1
"t'WATCHING Nancy (Mrs. C. Bruce
TAHITIAN ESCORT Solomonson), 25, who
Lynda Bird John. lives In Bunuvllle, Minn., jff-A
son is led by Kama- and cares for two daughters ;
of her Vicki
hemeha Kimitete, 4, 3, and Jill, 2ft. ..fit.
of Tahiti through the :

Polynesian Cultural :% .
Three photogenicdaughters
Center in Honolulu, grace the :
Hawaii. Lt. Gov. Wil. home of the Republican/ .
liam Richardson fol. candidate for Vlce-Preil-

._. lows. dent, William/ Miller
"': ., They are Elizabeth Ann
(Libby), 20. a modern
"'t','.;. language major at New.
ton College 1n Boston I
THE SHOW Hair and sleeves Mary Kren, 17. president

,, >\. puffed high, Luci Johnson attends a Democratic of her senior clans
: ; political rally in the Armory in Wash. in Stone Ridge High Old.st
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$100 a ticket to hear on address by her father. (Teffie/ ), 2ft years old. water, Mrs. Thomas Ross, strolls on the lawn

of her home, Torrance, Calif., with Carolyn,
I (All photographs are 6, Alison, 18 months, Cynthia, S, Thomas
by the Associated Press). Michael, 3.

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CHOW TIME-Mary SEE MY PRETTY SHOE? -Stephanie Miller, SMALL TALK Elisabeth Ann Miller, PUZZLE PLAY- Mrs. C. Bruce Solo** '", daughter of Senator ,
Karen Miller, daughter 2Vj year old daughter of the William I. Millers daughter of the William E. Millers, makes and Mrs. Hub** Humphrey, plays with her daughter Vicki,.
of the William E. gets an asfist; with the Job of buttoning small talk with an Indian child from Moru- 3'/j, and Jill, 2'/2, 'In their Minneapolis l.om..
Millers, is snapped at her shoes from Ljella.Lootch, the Miller family ment Valley, Utah, during a sightseeing trip ,I
the picnic tobli. She nurse. through Northern Arizona and Utah with \
h a senior at Stone r Barry and Mike Goldwafer, sons of Sen. Barry
t Ridge High School in Gold.. .,.
Washington and president
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i {'1 -CalendarOf HcsrrAll, Honored ''' Antique Fair :' It Was HalloweenAlpha BridgeClub "

EventsTODAY Slated By GuildFirst

November 1
Reception honoring Dean NotesBy
Antique Fair I I In Tickets may be purchasedIn -
and Mrs Perry A. Foote, 3
to"4:30 p.m., UF College of e I< e es Gainesville is being plannedby William advance Little.by contacting Mrs ) _

Pharmacy Faculty and Wives, the University Medical I JOHN E. CRAPS

hosts and hostesses, University r di Guild. Mrs. H. L. Gray and Mrs.E. .
Women's Club, West New- Plans C Kirkland were the
berry Road.MONDAY Dates for the Fair, which North-South winners in the

November 2 will Include a Sale, are No- Wednesday evening game of

Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae vember 17 and 18. the Gainesville Bridge Club.

Association, 8 p.m., Mrs. Daniel The place will be the old PartyFirst They ran up a score of 73,

B. Wilder, 7015 NW 20th I Margaret Ann Building, 107 4l A01 ,4 "1 with 63 being average in the

Place. NE First Street, which Is next anniversary party of p eight-table game

Kappa Alpha Theta Alum- door to City Hall. the Gainesville Golf and Coun- .' ., # I'Y P. D. Goldhagen and Dr. E.
nae Club, I p.m., Mrs. C Lee try Club is set for November took second
E. Phillips
ERgcrt 2115 NW 3rd Co-chairmen for the event
14 when members will celebrate .f's"4 place with 71, and Miss Ber-
Auxiliary to Alachua Coun- Mrs Her bert Kaufman
are the
opening of the new nice Brenke and Harry Bennett
ty Medical Society, 7 to 1:30: and Mrs. E. D. Bird.. club with a formal dinner of Orlando came In third
p m, J. Hillis Miller Health dance.
with 68.Mra. .
Local antique dealers will
Center Auditorium, Babysitters -
Scruggs, as
Safety Course. be Joined-by dealers from St. social chairman, will be in Daniel Scarritt and
Gainesville Toastmasters, 7 Augustine, Orlando, Live Oak, charge of arrangements for ..iiL Dr. Kirkland led the E a t-
p.m., Park Lane Cafeteria. DeLand and Thomas v 1 II' e,. the affair. 4 West field with 77tt, the best

Great Books Discussion I i I Ga, In an exhibit.featuring This week, the club will Inaugurate game of the evening. Theywere
Group, 8 p.m., Gainesville [ antiques and semi antiquesIn a new activity when followed by Mrs. W. D.
Public Library. all price ranges. women members will meet hI Macdonald and Van A. May,

B'nal Israel Sisterhood, A nominal charge of fifty for duplicate bridge at 9:30 who had 71, and Mr. and

Board Meeting, 8 p.m., Edu- cents for person will be col- a. m. Wednesday.Mrs. Mrs. R. N. Livingston with

cation Center.Gainesville. lected at tie door with pro Betty Jones will direct .4 63"'/
Woman's Club, ceeds used for the Cull l d' s play and Mrs. Ralph Stafford The club will hold Its next

Division of Arts and Crafts, charity program at the J. will be chairman of the game at 7:30 tomorrow evening -
Dr. and Mrs. T. Harrell Jr. above pic-
George were
t:30 a.m., Clubhouse, West Hillls Miller Health Center. group at the Recreation Center
Newberry Road. tured during a farewell dinner given by the University I Visitors are welcome
Women of the Moose, 8pm of Florida College of Medicine faculty and their
wives at the Gainesville Golf and Country Club.
Moose Lodge.
L Gainesville Bridge Club, Dr, and Mrs. George T. Guests Included Dr. and j Food Specialist HereMrs. Tau Omega fraternity assisted by the Note to>> new bakers: in cake-
Recreation Cen- Little Sisters of the Maltese Croat, UF co-eds who making, "creamed" shorteningand
7:30 p.m., Harrell Jr., who will move to Mrs. Frank Putnam, Dr. and
ter. Hershey, Pa., this month, Mn. James Wilson, Dr. and Bertha V. F 0 n taine, the Alachua County Extension are sisters of members, entertained with a Halloween sugar should look as fluf
party at the chapter house Thursday afternoon beaten cream cheese.
fy as
TUESDAY November I Mauti and Miss
il were complimented this week Mrs. Robert Home Economist for the Unit- Agents on Wednesday.The .
..Gainesville Woman's Club, with a number of Informal Lois Knowles. This annual party was given for children of I I
ed States Bureau of Commer- program Is scheduledat students who live In the Flat eta. After party
Executive Board Luncheon farewell courtesies. Friday evening, Dr. and campus I
cial Fisheries, Fish and Wild 10 a.m. at the Gainesville ,
Meeting, Noon, Mrs Mitchell Dr Harrell, dean of t h eUniversity Mrs. Harry Prystowsky com- game the youngsters were entertained at supper.
life Service, Pascagoufa, Utility Center, 555 SE Fifth
Miss Carol HaNton is president and !Miss Meredith 24
Baumsteln and Mrs. John of Florida College plimented the Harrells with a
Wilson, hostesses. of Medicine for the past ten dinner party at their home.Thursday Miss.cookery, will demonstration present a fish forMrs. Avenue. Gray historian, of the Little Sisters organization.Merrysteppers .

Architecture and Fine I years, has been named headof evening, Dr. and Invitations to the demonstration -

Arts Dames, 8 p.m., University the new Hershey' school of Mrs. George Cowan were' have been issued to MEANS
Women's Club, West New- Medicine at PennsylvaniaState hosts for a dinner honoringthe 60 professional foods people Hold
from Alachua, Levy, Mari
berry Road. University. couple at their
He will leave this week for on and Bradford Counties.
Merrysteppers Square Last week, faculty members
\.>> Dance Club 8 p.m., Gainesville Hershey, while Mrs. Harrell of the College of Medi- Mrs. Fontaine was graduated -
Recreation Center. will join him there later. from Mississippi State College Halloween DanceSkeletons Mondays Poper
cine and their wives honoredthe
WEDNESDAY, November 4 Saturday evening, D i a n for W o men, Columbus,
Gainesville Bridge Club I Dorothy Smith honored the dean and Mrs. Harrell Miss., and has done graduate

7:30: p.m., Holiday Inn. Harrells with a dinner partyat with a formal dinner at the work at the University of Ala ghosts, scarecrows ---- -. -
I Gainesville Fine Arts Asso- the Island Hotel in Cedar Gainesville Golf and Country t bama She has worked for and lighted lanterns V .r./ ---

ciation, Members Juried Key. ,Club. the Bureau of Commercial were the decorations used for '

Show, I p.m Recreation Cen- Fisheries as a home econ- the Merrysteppers Square MONDAY
tat omist for six I years. The Dance Club's Halloween par
Gainesville Woman's Club, Fine Arts to Have speaker has presented fish I ty given last week in the City
demonstrations in Recreation
American Home Division, cookery Center. "
Jilome Festive Carnival", 10 many states and has appearedon SPECIALONE
t Doughnuts and coffee were
'I arm. to 2 p.m., followed by Mayan Program"Mayan radio and television. served from a table decked In
a-iandwlch luncheon, Vincent Jack T Brawner, Regional orange and black.
S. Luca of Gllberg's, Coordinator for the Fish
Wildlife Service, will assist Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Griffis,
melt speaker, Clubhouse,
Art and Architecture" there will be a Jurlcd Show,
Mrs. Fontaine in the -
program. special events chairmen, were
I ,\Vait Newberry Road will be the program topIc Judged by Louis Fruend of
Bertha V. FontaineWoman's .
in charge of the party assisted
TJiapter I, PEO, 10 a.m., David Reaves Stetson University.
presented by
and Mrs. J. by Mrs. D. L Brooke and
-Mri C. E. Bell at a meeting of the Gaines.viii. .
\ "ElTurttngton, JOJ: NW lllh Hoatesmi will be Mrs Louis Mrs. Don Mote
Fine Arts AMocMlojr/
Club Plans I
: 3oolsby.: Mrs J. :
Terrace. D. Ainatie,
Wednesday at 8 p.m. at'ttwj Dr. Ernest Bartley, club 1
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Gainesville Coin Club, 7:30: Recreation Center. Mrs. Phil H. ParrIsh, Mrs.
City caller, called the dances.
'Jft., Chamber of Commerce Mr. Reaves; local architectand J. Cibbs Chestnut, and Mrs 'Home Festive Carnival'The
'Building.ZUniverslty. Sara Belknap. First prize for the best
a volunteer worker of the \ REC. $13.50 eiic.sit 9.95
Newcomers, costumes was awarded to Dr. nr.Gm ocr
tght O'clock Club, 8 pm., Gainci.-'He' "Operation Face American Home Division at 2 p.m.Members. and Mrs. Ben Barger for their
University Women's Clubhouse lift," will\ Illustrate his talk of the Gainesville Wom- are asked to bringa Raggedy Ann snd Scarecrow The satisfaction of own-

West Newberry Road. with slides he has made on an's Club will present a sandwich for lunch. Drinks outfits. The Most Unique \ ing fine silver. the

e_, Lula Tompkles Club, 3 p.m., several trips to Yucatan. "Home Festive Carnival," and pickles will be furnished. award went to Mrs Robert \ pleasure of giving a use ,
M"asonlc Temple. The speaker has studied Wednesday at the club house, The morning program will Player and Mr*. Bob Eller I I ful gift that is In such exquisite i

Gainesville Golf and Coun- Mayan art, iculpture, build West University Avenue. be presented by Vincent S. who were dressed as Siamese \'DAY taste . very \
try Club Weekly Duplicate ing, carving, design, painting Glom oMa This Is an all day event beginning Luca of Gilberg's Inc., who twins. \ specially priced Monday \

Bridge, first session, 9:30Tin. and music. t..d.Owo.TO lde., 4a at 10 a.m. and ending fabrics will show samples of stretch Prizes for pumpkin outfits I t\ ONLY only. Come early, and \

: Following the program, giving sewing Instructions went to Mr. and Mrs. Leo I browse
2 Thetas To Meet Ward. CIVI A DISTINCTIVI GifT -
.eggs After lunch, clinic work tables Other prizes were presented litttrad of .c. .ip.ml.. cost
I Church Circles 2 3 cup sugar will be set-up which will to Mr. and Mrs. Robert

I % teaspoon almond extract Monday NightKappa Include hat making, cake decorating Walker as American Indians; I !

1 package ((8 ounces) shredded Alpha 'Theta Alum- covering of shoes, Mrs. Brooke and Mrs. John !HE'r c- I

TUESDAY, November J, 1633 NW 14th Avenue and Mrs. coconut (about 2 cups) nae Club will meet Mondayat tailoring, knitting and nee- Moore, Raggedy Ann and
Church John E. Hudson Circle 4, Mrs dlepoint, Christmas decora Scarecrow J. (\. Whitman
First Baptist ; Beat slightly In mix- 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. tions.A !1 1.e1r Jv&t lw1J\
eggs a Jr. the Lone Scarecrow Mr
0'45 a.m., Barbara Donaldson E. R. Woodward, 601 NW 23rd: C Lee Eggert 2115 NW 3rd \
ing bowl. Add almond special display of native
sugar and Mrs. Marlon For ma n,
Street S J. Wil-
Circle, McCaul Chapel; Gen u s ; Circle Mrs H. Place. Co hostess will be
Mrs. L W. Traxler, shire, 2718 SW 3rd Place and extract and coconut; stir to handicraft by Internatio n a 1 Emmette Kelly and Senora, I I ,
( j
Mrs. E. A. Brandt.
mix mix- members and students at the 1129 W. Avenue
thoroughly. Drop and Mr. and Mrs. George I IBeazlle I t University
2603 SW 4th Place; Jean Dick- Mrs. H. E. Allen; Circle 6, Mrs Ranny Hoehn, president I
ture University of Florida will be
by heaping teaspoonfulsonto as Witch and Straw-
1 Helen Masters, Mrs. Mrs. Raymond Blacklock, 709
and -----1
man a well greased Invites all Thetas In the exhibited. I ,
baking man. .
Fred Siholtleld! Alachua; Cecil -SW 27th Street and Mrs. H. P. sheet Bake In moderateoven area to attend.Alpha. I, -
a -- ----
Moore. Mrs S. A. Hussey Saunders; Circle 7, Mrs. Nat
$r., 202 NW 20th Terrace; Is Robertson, 1201 NW 34th Terrace ((350 degrees) for 12 minutes -
( -mael Negrm. Mrs Holt How- and Mrs J. B. Watkins; or until cookies are light Chis
ly browned. Remove to a
ward 1126 NW 16th Avenue. Church Par-
3pmCircle ,
wire rack to>> cool. Makes 1''
S p.m., Alice Brasington Circle >'hors, Miss Elizabeth MeN elll List MeetingAlpha .
about 3 dozen. (This recipe Is '
Mrs. H. A. Lee, 1501 NW will be welcomed. from "Coooklng Scandinavian" iIs

18th Street. 7:30 p.m.: Circle 12, Mrs. Marie by Shirley Sarvls and Chi Omega Alumnae
'7:45 p.m., Margaret Gross| Parrish and Mrs Don Allen, Barbara Scott O'Neil. published Association will meet Mondayat
Circle. Mrs. 0 M. Nelson, 211 Church Parlors, by Doubleday) I p m. In the home of Mrs.

'ISE!: 6th Avenue I p.m.: Circle 10 Mrs Vernon Daniel B. Wilder, 701S NW
8 p.m., Jn Ann Parham CI,.I W, Clark. 1771 SW 35th Ave. SYBIL'S C.'EEN BEANS: 20th Place. A
tie Mrs. Christy D. Dale. 113 1 (Idylwild) Circle 11, Mrs. Mar- U cup butter or margarine All new alumnae are Invited .
SW 9th Road; Caventa, Mrs.. garet G. Duer, 1427 NW 13th 1 medium onion, cut In thin to attend. '
Fred Scholflcld, Alachua, J u.' strips
Ilan Bridges, Mrs. Fred Schol' Street. Regularly $2.98 yd.
I,_ld Ala c hue First Luthrrn Church 1 cup sliced fresh mushrooms
First Methodist;; Church WSCS 8 p.m., First Lutheran Church 1 pound snap beans, cooked SUMPTUOUS/ i
Ladies Guild, quarterly meetIng Salt and freshly ground SALE PRICE
9.30 a.m., Circle 4. Mrs W pepper .
Mrs. Rowland I at the church, Sarah Circle SATIN ,
1 T Chappell. \ L
Medler, Bethany Room. In a small skillet melt the k ,
10 am, Circle 1, Mrs J. E. Gfthsemane Lutheran Church butter add onion and mush '
; .I
Ipm., Gethsemane Lutheran ; BROCADE..1 -
Brogdon, 324 NW 30th Street; rooms; cook moderately fast r SPOT ) .
Church Women
Mrs. Barbara ,
Circle 2. Mrs. Clifford Nichol. until onion Is golden. Mix IN TO e $144yd.
ton 3515 NW 3rd Street; CiriTa Hipp 117 NW 21st Terrace. with hot cooked beans; add MUT ,OIt NOON for occasions t e

2, Mrs. Ray Graves, 2611 Wwlilde Baptist Church salt If needed and pepper to AVE.
NW 5th Place; Circle S, Mrs. I 30 a m, Barbara Donaldson taste. Makes I servings. (To 7OS w. UNIVtJI. when .
B* 'r. Seville, 110 SW 1st Ave- Circle. Mrs. Dan P. Kelly, cook beans; scrub and tip you ,

nue; Circle (, Mrs. George JSM SW 24th Avenue; William them; cut In 1 Inch slanted I want to look ,
Putnam, 1711 SW :SSth Avenue; Carr Circle Mrs Sherman lengths; cover and boil with Sumptuous 4 5" satin brocade ..

Circle 7, Mrs. Eugene Mil- Sharp, 2611 NW Fourth Avenue. 1 cup boiling water and H particularlypretty ) 'e 100% acetate offered at Gilberg's -
burn, 4741 NW 8th Avenue. Ipm., Genera raw Circle, teaspoon salt; drain) low
3 p.m. Circle 8. Mrs C. C. Mrs Ed' Davis, 38 W SW First _- -- I ., special purchase prketso
Montgomery, 901 NW 20th Ter- Avenue. r J so you can sew and save. In

race: Circle 9. Mrs. Fred Cone, Wesley Community Method I I. t M1 I white or colors, Wi a treasure In

824 Boulevard; Circle 10 Mrs. Church ,;. r this season's quest for luxury. 0

W L Copelan, 1207 NE 6th 7:31): p m, Wesley Community !' i! for smooth sheaths and floor
Street; Circle 1\. Mrs. Lee Church, \VSCS Executive Meet- ; length formal, too.
We do
Montague, 1108 NE Ith Street Ing, I p.m. General Meeting, expert'Picture '

7:30 p.m., CIrcle 12 M r a. Church.
Norma Chesnut JlS NE Jrd Trlally Methodist (Church WSCS Framing

apauftIpm. 130: a m, Faith Circle at
., Circle 13, Mrs. Rich- the church; Friendship Circle "' w Just "CHARGE of G berg's

ard Sanders Jr., J2J4 NW 11th Mrs. U C KUltert, 2142 SW All SillS i "" '
-.AMnut.UJDe. First Avenue I I Mats Non-Glore Saf/ / Take Many "Months to Pay.University .

\ el the First PresbyUrlsntCburcli WEDNESDAY, November 4 Portrait GlossHeath's
Tint Pretbytrrlaa Church I

';!45 a.m.: Circle 1, Mrs. W., I p.m. Circle I, Mrs. J. K. House of Color f
2014 NW 11th Jones 1424 NW Ith Avenue.
M- Alexander ,
I 520 w. U.L.i A... 11 .no,
Road, Mrs. Albert G. Love Jr.; St. MkkMls Eplw.p.1 Church I ri
Lgile Mrs. Edwin H. Had- Ipm. Women of St. Mich {
let w. A
"'ye Plle.e'lt 2-2721
tock:. 1021 NE 4th Street: Circle acts Episcopal Church monthly
J, Mrs. Cecil N. Smith I meeting, at the church. I i I

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I ENGAGEMENTS Frances Jones Bride of Donald M. Giles, -: e:

Solemnized in the Holy Trinity and Mrs. Stanley P. James, j
'. ; PoundAlsobrookMr Episcopal Church with thebrlde's
I Mr and Mrs. Donald- !
maternal grandfather, Miore, Mrs. James O. Watts. ,

tmd Mrs. C. Add I son Roanoke, Va. She was grad- the Rev. C. Cooper Bell of all of Lynchburg, Va. .''

Pound Jr. announce the engagement uated from the University of Petersburg Va, assisting the iglu, And also Mr and Mrs. Sju-t
of their daughter Florida in April. She is Rev. Earle Page rector officiating I-
a fry, art Campbell, Mr and.M r s.
Miss Elizabeth Anne Pound, member of Chi Omega Soror at the wedding cere- William Ferrall all of Virgin
to Alvin Vaughn A Is obrook, mony, Miss Frances Dabney
I ia Beach; Mr and Mrs. fran-
of Mr and Mrs. Ity.Mr. Jones and Donald Moore
son Irving
cis Haserot Winter
Alsobrook is a grad- Parkland
Giles Lynchburg Va
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C. Alsobrook of Jacksonville.Miss .
Mr and Mrs. James 0. Watts
uate of the University of Flor changed their
Pound Is the nuptial vows "'
granddaughter ida, where he was a mem- t1r/ Saturday evening III, Charlottesvllle Va. .
''s of Mrs Edgar Rich- .
ber Phi E lion
of Sigma p s Trip To Jamaica
ardson of Lexington, Kentucky The bride Is the daughterof
and Florida Blue For
Fraternity her going ensemble
and the late Mr. Rich Kr and Mrs, Edmund P.uf- stY away
He is assistant directorof : the bride ;
Key wore a
r Also navy
ardson and of Mr. and Mrs. fin Jones and the bridegroom
Alumni Services for the blue wool suit trimmed
r C Addison Pound of this Is the son of Mr. and Mrs n
of Florida. white accessriesand
University satin navy
William V e r n o n Giles o f
city.Miss Pound is a graduateof The wedding will take place Lynchburg Va. an original Roman ch>J1e..

Stuart Hall Staunton, Va, December 29 in the Holy Twin arrangements of white After a wedding<< trip to Jamaica

and attended folios College Trinity Episcopal Church. stock chrysanthemums, Fuji the couple will establish -
chrysanthemums adorned a home at Fort K n.9 x, I

I Miss Elizabeth B. Meadows Meadows Boyles Miss Elizabeth Anne Pound the altar. ky, where the bridegroom la I
stationed as a lieutenant ,I n
Mr, and Mrs William R. Lambda Delta and PI Lamb- Special Nuptial Music the U S Army

Horne have announced the da Theta honorary fraterni- Dr. Devil Striker, organist Y IM, .

engagement of their daughter ties. She will be graduated In provided the music. The wedding

Miss Elizabeth Burnetts Mea December with a BA in elementary tic processional and recess- For

dows to Bennie Shelton Boy- education.The F ional were composed especially

les, son of Mr. and iMrs. D. bridegroom elect was for the bridal couple b 'I
C. Boyles. graduated from Gainesville Russell Danburg. CHRISTMAS. I .

The bride-elect was graduated High School, where he was a
from Gainesville High member of Beta Hi-Y and Bridal attendants were Miss Fine

School, where she was a member the track team. He is a senior Marilyn Little Gainesville,
of National Honor Socie- at the University of Flo- maid of honor; Miss Gene

ty and co-head majorette.She rida. His fraternity is P I Birdsong<< Suffolk.: Va; Mlss 1 '' M # PORTRAITSFrank

Is a student at the Kappa Alpha Susan Bowman. Richmond,
University of Florida where The wedding will be solemnized Va., Miss Seddon John( 0 n j

she is a member of Zeta December 20 in First Martinsville, Va.; Miss Kay

Tau Alpha Sorority AlphaChevesBabcock Methodist Church. Knopf, Coral Gables and By

Gainesville; Miss Louise I i

I F"J Ralph I Owensboro K y.,
bridesmaids and Miss Janle
Mr. and Mrs. I. X. Cheves from Gainesville High School ; ,
Bell of Richmond Va.
a cous-
.. announce the engagement of MM. Donald Moore Giles
and the University cf Florida.
in of the bride I
as Junior Anderson
their daughter M Is I Julie
She now teaches at Cocoa bridesmaid.All Musi: for tho reception was where Miss Ann Arnow, Miss
-- Pearl Cheves, to William N.
High School in Rockledge. played by Dr, Robert Carson, Louisa Bohiumon
wore floor length ) and Mrs .
Katharlna Babcock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Julie Chem
Miss Barbara Nagler ...
Mark Babcock of Day ona Mr. Babcock, who served gowns of Vermouth and g o Id violist, and Mr Daub u r I Raymond E. Watson kept the mint CI.mN.IN" vwr'umiKilM/mt cm KIM.*..y er.r Mi
Marine brocade designed In Emp I Ire pianist. bride's book. .,.r..(..4 ....... ....""', ..... .n4HMNWI
Beach, formerly of WytheC with the U.S. Corps, a rt MCD d IK*
\' ville, Va.Plans was graduated from M al I n- style with velvet trim. Their The bilde'i table, overlaid Rice bags were distributed manv s-/el, flVWI Tnvalv.: .In *>MiKlntfMlly
have been made far land High School Day tons, headpieces were of matching with a white hand made by Nancy Klmird, M111 maMuntyait M* M'r flM,'ltl woo h.v. "Mm Print known.0dI.her

J a December 26 wedding In the and the University of Florida.He brocade with small bouffant embroidered cloth In squares and Melee Sterrett. wall's., tar wniy *..;. .DM, :I, InluMalntrt
Wit CI I M
I First Baptist Church. is presently teaching In veils. All carried cascades of of linen and lice: was centered Out ot town gueibi ircluded sun I. mki m ..?...>,.,.>..... hew a.

I t. Miss Cheves was graduatedNaglerKerkesner Virginia. :: I bronze Fuji chrysanthemums. by the wedding cake Mrs Donnlci Bunks, Grant-" CDrlllmn M Kilt ya..Ie"M! !raga H )
-- Antique I silver candelabra ville, Ga.; Dr and M/s. C a, awl IMCI.I' ,o..n M w-

I E.'. _1 t_,. Given Heirloom In marriage Is Carried by her holding white candles and ar- Cooper Bell Petersburg, Va: ue.

-." Y\" rangements of white r o s es, Dr. and Mrs. C. Cooper Bell FR 6-512
: MARIANNA Mr. and The prospective( bridegroomIs father the bride i wore an
stock orchids and of UIIvalley
Illy Jr.,
RIchmond Va.
sera ,' Mrs. Bernhard Nagler of a graduate of Gainesville ivory silk satin gown with were placed at either ; Mrs. Edward 121 N.W. 13th Jr.
', ........ > Marianna, announce the engagement High School and Is employed seed pearl embroidered bod- end of the table, Maine Miss Jones, Bath,
and approaching with the Roses ch Division of Ice. The bell ahaped skirt ; Dabney
Florida R d Department. extended to Mrs. C. Cooper Bell, Peters Jones, Staunton, Va.
t" marriage of their daughter the Slate o a a chapel train.
burg, Va, grandmother of the Also James R. Cackle
Miss Barbara Katharina Nag Her long Brussels lace veil ,
will he h fell from bride; Mrs. C. Cooper( Bill and Mrs. John S. Cackle, Mrs.
her to William C. Kerkesner The weddin t e a satin pearl trimmed
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. event of December 3 at 7:30: pillbox. She carried a Jr of Richmond; Mrs. Ed. Albert Ellwanipr, Mr. and 11t
Kerkesner of Gainesville.The pm. at the First Lutheran cascade of cilia lilies. ward Valentine Jones, B. th, Mrs. George E. Fllppln, hits. ::
Maine Miss Martha! WIlliam
; Dabney Chins Mr.
bride-elect Is a graduate Church.No As "something old, an l
Jones Staunton, Va., Mrs and Mrs William W Lynn,
Invitations I
of Malone High School are being antique gold snI pearl buckle Miss ;
Russell and Catherine
and Is employed with the mailed locally, but all friends which had been worn by Danburg Miss 1 Lynn, Mr.
Mildred Griffith cut and
clamls departemnt of the and relatives of the coupleare members of the b'ldes family served

Florida Farm Bureau Mutual Invited to attend the for four! generations, was the wedding cake.
Miss Frances Juanita Brow Insurance Com any, wedding and the reception. Mini Jo Ann Braswell fastened in her The two nerving tables | II
quet. covered with linen and 1 lace ,
clothe mulching' that on t h .
BraswellMikell UF NewcomersList The bridegroom's fa t h. r brtiU'i ,table were ccnterwl:
Brown served aa his tat mm.
with silver I candelabrum
Groomsmen Included Dr. C. WIll Soon !.

Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell ed from Chief I land High Meeting Cooper Bell Jr., Richm o n d; adorned white roses with, white slock I a, pare and, On His way

Sanders Charles Cole, Martintvil I 1
Braswell announce the engagement calla lilies.
School and Is employed by Va. William Vernon Giles I
Do his shopping early this
WednesdayThe Amlitants year
of their daughter Reception
Mr and Mrs. Edward the Wee Folks Nursery.Mr. Jr., brother of the bridegroom Pouring cmfce and ch end avoid rushed decisions, jet "MI
Brown announce the engage- Miss Jo Ann Braswell to Eight O'Clock Club of Stanley P. James and were Mrs. William U B-ir'n-' '! better selections. Cheese new The

ment of their daughter, Miss Thomas Mike I 11 I. son of Mr. Mikell was graduatedfrom the University Women's Club Charles Nowlin, all of Lynchburg per, Mrs. T. Walter Herbert, Family Furniture.REMOVABLE.

Frances Juanita Brown to and Mrs. Albert Mikell 0 f Bell High School and Is Newcomers will meet Wednes- and James 0. Watts HI Mrs. Guy S, Miles, Mri .

Charles Ray Sanders, son of employed by Gainesville Gas day at the University Wom of Charlottesville, Vl. Louis J. Tatom. Mrs. DenverE. COVERS

Mr and Mrs C. C. Binders Bell.Miss Braswell was ,raduat- Company.MattMurphy, en's Clubhouse at I p.m. For her daughter's wedding, Baughan, Mrs. Krnn t h you'll lore thin all-toom-rubbcr >.<
of Bell. the blade's mother wore a R. Swinford' Mrs. Robert dining chair ,'yl." 'lit itriklngly ilmpl
This month's program will formal of blue de modem oval,', and available In .
19 has been chosen gown peau an al
feature Mrs. Sharon Funk and sole with lace over blouse I C. West, Mrs Edward Gimd- moat unlimited' ranflf lobrlr.1. light I
as the wedding date. Miss Martha Moodey, Inter trimmed with vermicelli beading win Mrs. Wilbur H a r I 11 i n g, weed (iniihti, from "ligrir bltndti 10 PPdiv n
Miss Brown was graduatedfrom ior decorators for Home Beautiful Mrs J. Hills Miller, Mrs. dark mahoflnnn and blocks. fay by
The bridegroom's mother ..
>k or month) W* handle our own
Bell High School. LAKE BUTLER Mr. and ployed by Gainesville Gaa whole topic will be "Dec Lawrence W Mims and Mus
chose a formal: gown of coral financing! T".1t/ truly o Ouollty pic
Mr. Sanders, also a graduate Mrs. 0. J. Mott of Lake Butler Company.The orating Your Home." chiffon with self embroidered Molly Morrison. n, fumitur, oa law Walktr prlf I .
Those assisting In the hoespitallties 01"" .. now and well gladly' hold "II
of Bell High School Is have announced the en- bridegroom e 1 e c t Is Slides on color schemes and bodice. Both wore corsages were Mrs. Ralph l until' Uuiitmai,

employed by Ell Witt Com gagement of their daughter, employed by t h e Sun land color coordination and samples of orchids. Page Mrs. Earle Page, Mrs.

pany. Training Center. of fabrics and accessories Rrrrptloe Glvris James H. Foiiel, Mrs. Kenneth
Miss Linda Kaye Mott to Joe made fora will be Included in their pre Magnolias and palms form fudge, Mrs Edgar L.

L. Murphy, son of Mrs. Mae Plans are being sentation. ed the background for the reception Johnson, Mrs Bert y KI I nay -

PAR Murphy of Gainesville and the November wedding In given by the bride's Mrs. Taylor Kirby, Mrs.
Rev. U A. Peter- Hostesses for the meetingare TFrig
the home of Ie cuNRLsoDih' l.laI
late Clyde Murphy.The Mrs. Jack and Mrs. parents at the University Inn. W D. Macdonald, Mrs. Thomas
of Fry
sun, pastor Trinity Baptist
Mrs. J. Wayne Betts aad Mitchell Mrs. Bruce -/ /.
bride elect Is em- Church Lake Butler. Douglas EItel.
.. Burton M. Wooaward received Roberta Mrs. D. Thomas

DistrictMeeting guesta at the door and Royiter, Mr. Willam Gray, CF SS

Mrs. Winston W Little and Mri. David Tucker, Mrs. :

Smith-Owens Nuptials ReadJACKSON Mrs. II K. Wallace Introduced James G. Wilson, Mrs. John :

gueits to the receiving I Wilson, Mlit Jennie M u N In Tk.
Lne. phree and Miss Prlacllla West.A 9 G.I..iII. AIM AI

white memory candle I WALKIR FURNITOKI"Furniture '
Gainesville Chapter of the V ILL E- MIll placed on a silver mIrrored- '' / Thot'i a Joy

Daughters of ,*e American Sherry Alone Owens becamethe plateau with Ivy and 1'1, of To Live With"II ,

Revolution wai representedat bride of Grady Clinton Bridge !the valley at the have centered N.W.th Ave. FR %...0%

teesburg recently by Mrs. Smith, formerly of Gainesville the Sliest registry table, i I

George Elam Evans, State on October M at St.Catherine's .
Regent, :Mrs. J. W Hannon. Episcopal Church ClubBy 1

District Di'ector, and Mrs Albert For A Successful
Miller, district secretary of Jacksonville. The R. v_ s

Bertha Hereford Hall chapterof district Robert LIbby officiated for RALPH H. BLOiXZPTForty Thank You iUli I Birthday Eicnt! I

was .
Leesburg:, the ceremony.The duplicate bridge players *

hostess. District HI bride Is the daughter turned out for the fractional .- 1

Chapters GariesvilK- Ocala, Tomo- of Mr and Mrs. Malcolm master point game of
are the University City Bridge
ka of Clermont, Bertha Here- Macnabb Jr. of Atlanta, Ga., Club at the University scul-- I

fordHallofLeesburjandOkJawaha and the bridegroom la the son ty Club on Wednesday eve J

of Eustls. of Mr. and Mrs. George Smithof ning. The avenge score was 1er
attending were F
Among those Gainesville. lot match points for an pairs.KM .
}irs. Albert Vidal!, state program -

chairman Mrs. John Given In marriage by her 'r 'p Y Hj Schoenau and Jim Par

A. Wethington Jr. memberof father, the bride wore a silk 1 j ; her won fint pUce In the ,

the state scholarshIp and brocade gown featuring a full North South direction witha -i
committee Mri J. H. >jdaL skirt and detachable chapel of US'-i' match points.
Joan t score 'ry
We ot Mary Turner's |butt
fell cotrpletedour
iBiuton .
Mrs. James A. Henoersin. tram. Her veil of I Boardman and he
Harry eighth year m blA N1.. THe pride and
T Stanley from a pill box and aha carried
Mrs. Henry second with 123 ,
writer were effort which -e hove put Into bringing. the
Mrs. R. W BUcklock. Miss a prayer book topped Mr, and Mrs John C SooVr- fir>esr gift and bridal items' to our cut- i :

Mary Create"/ GainesvilleChapter with phalatnopis, orchid strum were third with Ul', t' men hove been rewarded with, gernjirteretponM s

Regent, Mrs. JamesA. stephanotia and ivy. 7k I and Jerry EwKk and Robert by He citnen of GaintviHe. It

AdldMOO Jr.. .Mn.rUenrtian Mrs. Richard Bash was W Jones were fourth with ,...,\ ,n MeH17. I
Grundy and Mrs. Arthur matron of honor and bridesmaids 309 and we look forward to a long ond plea

:; were Mica Helen Har toot O'IOC04tlCf\
and luncheon DeMit DtBorii and) Sue Hall
TIle JnHtiIII and Mm Norma Canova.
sire 1ft tile CDmllWlUty Busl4tsg AI the attendants werered were the .big wttmri in he GRAND PRIZE WINNER Gelle',
Gadens. Ese- East WMI direction with a Meal
\ and carried Mary Turner's Proudly Announcer
of tile crepe gowns A match potoia .. ........
Board members score of 129 .
.....ve cascade bouquets eC white MIS. D. M. HIHOOM
Fiends\ State Society aid chrysanthemum Second went 10 Mrs. Harry 2427 N.W. Ire AVI. Pia.

itate chairman gave regents Boardman and J. )I. Trimmer WINNIR OF SIIVIR! TIA emd COFFII ......, c-....e ;
the work and projed of The brtaVpoom'i father wilts 194, shard U D. R.

Oft National ,* *<, served as best man. t.Mr1 Frazier and AI AMM with -. ,
the ,
Mrs- Robert Clay Kinie. National were Richard Basil and Letbe 1154, and twill la T Doe! ,

\ Defense Chairman reIn UcCIcBao.Teiewtog and A. ThIptn 11$- l

the trend fsoealStable the rtrrnwey.receptttd a The dub will meet main -a 'c/Wl L
\ mr,
wu Siren at the
life in Her Wednesday at 73) In. at
of our naooeal church. the University fawHy Clair

haicheeai tIk West Nevbtrry tout All kvUfMtMl IOSNW.IJtllStre" -
Chapter After a wedding trip to
The E: et s OckJa-afca 'h.*. FR 2-li'l
*-" jeiVaiaMip New Oriteea. the newlyweds bnrftfe Bteyws are GIFT and BRIDE SHOP.Sunder
will k the .... >In. Grady C tatoe with
nB reside to JaduourSe. umted 10 attend and compete.
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I, 4C GaineiyJlU Sun Sunday, November 1, 1964

I I ,,ousew\Ves\\ II 0 Alachuauxiliury Scholarship)5 Aided 9 By Josephine lowmanr"' I as bows the you trunk straight can.as Raise far as to you the the trunk bend left I'

1 and push upward with the
Edward H. Clarkson presented l hands, tak<,if time for the
HOmemakers checks amounting to Why/ Grow stretch. Bend to the right 1
$2,000 to Mrs. Carl Van Am. I Lift trunk and reach upward.
am, chairman of the Alachua Continue, alteTatlng left and
Hospital Auxil right. Do this slowly; the pull
Mothers lary scholarship committee, I and stretch are important.The .
recently behalf Old?
on of the Ala waistline Is the first
General Hospital Board
I'ttt" measurement to show a loss
of Trustees.
calorie counting or
Daughters The the presentation annual fall took luncheon placeat Today's Clothing Styles 1 -

for Alachua General Hospital
Auxiliary held. at the Holiday Encourage Thick WaistsToday's 24
Inn. shifts and loosely age woman who has a youthful
The check represents two fitted dresses, unfitted suit I waist don't envy It. Just I
funds, the James Calvin] coats and coats may have envy her because she has de-
Goodwin and Dr. W. C. Tho- caused women to become termination and will power. :

mas Sr. Memorial Funds, ... '"iot. '" careless about their waist The following exercise Is a
both of which will\ be usedas :
,. line.Being splendid waist slimmer. I
revolving loans for Licensed I human, this would
Stand tall, feet comfortably
1r Practical Nurse graduatesand be natural. I bet that many i
4 F separated. Raise both arms See Monday's Pap.rI
Registered Nurses, who a roll has bluEhed uns e e o
overhead and clasp the hands
wish to further their which would have been ban
nursing .fl
firmly together. Keep the el-i q
education.Mrs. < d'''' ished had we been wearingmore _
w Melgs Raggcrty opened tightly fitted garments.
Ofel1 the with Don't be bewitched In ( Ms
meeting the Auxiliary Unwanted Hair Permanently
& prayer. Mrs. Edward manner I I I
Byrne, president, Introducedthe ., u rr A slim waistline makes a Removed
following special guests: JI 11 woman look and feel more
Girts Harry Edwards, J. N. Anderson Three of the Scholarship Loan Fund recipients of the Alachua General Hospital youthful than any other characteristic J Electrolysis !Is the only
Jr, representing the Auxiliary are pictured above in the hospital hall. They are left to right, speaking figure- method manently which remove will per unwanted .
hospital trustees; Mr. Clark. Miss Margaret Shepard, Alachua Registered Nurse, Miss Betsy McMillan, Vanderbilt wise. There is nothing which hair. There ore
HINTS son, Administrator of Alach freshman and Miss Linda Lloyd, student in the licensed practical gives her more sheer joy than many factors t+iot determine .
ua General Hospital, and program. Miss Shepard completed her associate degree in nursing at Manatee nurse taking a flstfull of dress in the speed of complete -
Charles Sweat, assistant administrator Junior College. Miss McMillan, who is studying toward a BS degree in nursing, her hand, at the waist, after These problem hair removal should
at Alachua Gen is the latest scholarship winner Obligation to repay loans Is waived when losing some unwanted Inches. and can be discussed In

eral Hospital. recipients We need less food as we the ttrictlst privacy. This
are employed one year at the Alachua General Hospital.
Slides Are Shown grow older, but often a wom- method Is as simple and
Alachua General Hospital House and Grounds; Mrs. centrifuge and deep freeze Mrs. W. B. Hathaway, Mrs. an eats more. She has more pamlesi, 01 your finest
FROMH Auxiliary, a service organization Fred Heath, Information for Blood Bank, Byrd respirator Ralph Hayes, Mrs. J. E. Hipp time for social life and does beauty yourself mot nds you will Promise not
: has 22 standing committees Desk, for Mrs. John and Bennett respirator, and Mrs. Marion not compensate for her lack let another week pass
and five special com Niles; Mrs. Wayne Mason, anesthesia machines, eight Harshbarg- of activity by cutting her without getting full In
mittees. Colored slides featur. Newsletter; Mrs. R. H. Biggs, Intensive care beds and two er. food Intake. However, in formation., Call tomorrow .
log the auxiliary's activitieswere pinkie puppets; Mrs. F. W donor chairs for the Blood Mrs. Robert Treweek, many Instances the thickening
shown as committee Kokomoor, Sewing, for Mrs. Bank. social waist is the result of lax Edmund Dwyer ELECTROLOGIST
I Gordon Schwalble Mrs. William ( chairman, was In charge I muscles and I II I
chairmen narrated. ; Service Pins Awarded luncheon poor posture.So 107 W. UNIVERSITY AVI. fR 2-8037 I
Chairmen reporting were: Wilson, Telephone: Mrs. Five hundred hour service |,_ arrangements. when you see a middle
Mrs. George Holschuh, Baby Emory Bell, Television, and pins were awarded to Mrs. A.
Project for Mrs. A. T. Cobb; Mrs. Carl Van Arnam, Nursing T. Cobb, Mrs 0 W. Davis
Mrs. Frank Lee, Blood Bank Scholarship. Sr., Mrs. Charles Denny, Mrs.
and Beauty Shop, Mrs David New Equipment Shown Frank Greer, Mrs. F. H. Hart-
E Kite, Central Supply 1 ; Slides of new equipment mann, Mrs. A B. Holmes, ..
Mrs. Robert Johnson, Coffee purchased for the hospitalby Mrs. Frank Hubbard, Mrs. i
1 Shop; for Mrs. J. E. Hipp} ; the auxiliary were also 1 George Robertson, Mrs. Don. 7a' Iilil: s
Mrs. T. V. Lipham, Courtesy shown. aId Reddick. Mrs E. Ben- L lt'
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Norman Mehrhof; Mrs. T. I tors, television sets for the were presented to Mrs. Ed
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November 1. 1964 Gainesville Sun 5C _
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Hither And YonBy Guest Performer... ... Exclusive Party- Opens Blair HouseANN : J

Jc a BAILEY cola never slept there features women In Washington when it wild enthusiasm by some of

RUTH ELMER Special to the Sun a handsome sleigh bed comes to serving on committees the administration wives I

Another BIG weekend for Gainesville has come and gone WASHINGTON The U.S. donated by the Blair family and making appearances whose talents lie elsewhere
chief of protocol and Mrs.
with the Florida Auburn football game now a matter of rec- i Angler Biddle Duke gave one and will be shown In the Jan- were asked to do the needlepoint than with a needle, but, to ,

ord. With perfect autumn weather favoring both visitor and of Washington's most exclusive nary Issue of House and Gar for the dining room her eternal credit each worn

host, a large number of parties before and after the game F parties last week. den magazine chairs. an did her cover and her 1
made Saturday a festive day. tr. The setting was the newly S e Mrs. Willard Wlrti wa I In name engraved on a brass
redecorated Blair-Lee House, Cabinet wives w h o are charge of this project which plate underneath the chair,
President and Mrs. J. Wayne Relti were hosts for a pre- and the only people who were perhaps the most' put upon was greeted with 1 less than has become a part of history. I

jime luncheon at the: President's Residence. Governor Farris Invited were the descendents Ir

Bryant and Mrs. Bryant came down from Tallahassee for of tbe B'slr' and Lee families
and the 240 men and women
the day and, with members of the Board of Control and their all over the United States who f. Piece Goods

wives, and Jacksonville University President Robert H. Spiro y have donned their time and
and btrs.-Spiro were luncheon guests of Dr. and Mrs. Reitz. t } their treasures to the restoration 1 2nd Floor
of what Is now the PresI-
Auburn Alumni held Open House both before and after the dential Guest House. 1

game Saturday In the Florida Union. Friday night, a banquetat Sfl Thanks to Mrs. Duke. chairman .."

the HQliday Inn was attended by some 100 alumni and admirers of the project and her

of the Auburn Tigers. Ralph Beauchamp and Char- tour nan committee presidential

Ics Harding were chairmen for the weekend reunions. guests not enly will bt
boused In great comfort but
Dr. and Mrs. E. T. York Jr. had Dr. and Mrs. Tom Capeof they will be Introduced to I SEW AND

Auburn as their weekend guests and honored them with a complete and remarkable restoration I

luncheon at their home on Friday. Col. and Mrs. Earl Kill. v.i mansion.of a pre-clvU war I ;

gnre had as their guests the former's brother, Ernest Kill. SAVE

gore and Mrs. KUIgore, and their son, Edward, who attends The whole! project took two

Auburn. The Howard Carrs entertained Dr. and Mrs. Knox years anti Involved some of Q

Milsaps of Auburn and the Percy Beards were hosts to Per.cy's the most knowledgeable and yt
talented decorators and an- 38" TO 42" WIDE
brother, Jell Beard, Auburn Director of Athletics.
tique experts both professional
Coach and Mrs. Ray Graves entertained with a buffet sup- i and eon professional
per for the members of the coaching staff and their wives In the cointry.Each
Item which was do-
at their home after the game, Dr. and Mrs. Walter E. Mur-
nated had to be approved :ly WONDERFUL
phree entertained with a post game party at their home Miss Yong Eun Lee University of Florida graduate the committee as well as being ,
and the Frank Lees gave a buffet supper at their home Sat from Korea pictured above was one of the guest Just the sort of thing that SHIRTS PLAY CLOTHES I '

urday evening. artists for the International Friendship Tea of the might have been In the house SLIP I' 1\4 I
e Gainesville Woman's Club. Miss Lee ia COVERS JACKETS 1
wearing a when President Lincoln r.
Some 150 women golfers were down at Naples on the- colorful costume of a Court Princess.An walked across the street from SLACKS & ROBES.SPECIAL. \ 7 I)
Gulf competing in the Tenth Annual Tournament of the Florida confer
the White House to
Senior Women's Golf Association at the Beach Club last International Friendship carved leather tables and with editor Francis
week. Evelyn Puckctt, Gussle Rudderman and !Myrtle Clay Tea and a "Fine ArtsDay" chairs from Peru; silks from Preston newspaper Blair. 1.29 Yard "

ton represented Gainesville and Gussie was in third place in program featured the India, and wedding attire and .
week for members of the !
team play on Tuesday. Gainesville\ Woman's Club 1 pictures from Thailand, be- Among the more spectacular
longing to Mrs. Pramuan rooms Is the double II
Bridge table talk Includes some fabulous tales of the re- last week. drawing room, entirely refur. BURLINGTON MILLS 45"
cent Sectional Tournament In San Juan at the Americana Hotel More than 150 membersand Satarath, a guest. Ished in ancient Chinese an-

Gainesville's top player. !Mrs. J. A. Jones Jr. was Invitedto their guests attended the Fine Arts Program tiques by a gift from the Secretary "Moonglade Flannel"SOLID
play In this first Puerto Rico Tournament. Betty, vice-pres- tea, with international livingin Under the direction of Mrs.E. of the Treasury and /
ident of the Florida American Contract Bridge League assist-1 the city as honorees. Mrs. Sinclair Eaton directorof Mrs. Douglas Dillon. The 200- COLORS HAND WASHABLE. d
M. T. Hartman Jr., club 1
San Juan in the rules of the American
ed the players Interpreting the Fine Arts Division; year-old wallpaper was peeled
Contract Bridge League. Mrs. Albert C. Edgar, chair from an English house whereit
White chairman of the Division
Others who flew down for the week were Mrs. Benmont of International Relations man of the Book Division, had been brought from the ALSO RESISTS LIGHT OR GAS

Tenth, Mrs. Frank Herbert, !Mrs. Paul Johnson and Miss greeted guests. and, Mrs. Nathan L. Smith, Orient and Imported to this FUME FADING. FOR DRESSES
chairman of Arts Division, country. ,
Bernice Brenke. The tea program Includeda
violin solo by Miss Ayferof "Fine Arts Day" was observe Undersecretary of Stale t SUITS, CHILDREN'S & SPORTSWEAR.
The five were given Red Carpet treatment. While Betty Turkey, American Field ed Wednesday. and Mrs. Averell H a r r Iman
was busy playing bridge the other four made a quick tripto were responsible for the library .
Service exchange student at exhibit too Yard
the Virgin Islands. by guests which Is done In red
eTokyo's Gainesville\ High School ana a and club members, with Informal and Includes a wide collection I
honorary members of the Little !
Olympic Games had many a fan cheering inwardly talks by exhibitors, of American books ranging I
Women and fan dance NEEDED SEWING
a featured the morning. NOTIONS, TOO! i
TV record the Gold Medal from
while watching presentationsto history to
current bestsellers
American Korea l'F graduate student. Rev. William Shea pastorof The Lincoln brdroom-Un- i NEEDED SEWNG NOTIONS, TOO!
But the Ocala cheering squad, Dot and Newt Perry and Sprays of yellow and bronze the Highlands Presbyterian II
their daughter, Dclee who were there, must have cheered chrysanthemums decoratedthe Church reviewed K n ock's" I .
themselves hoarse when their nephew Don Schollander of tea table where Mrs. book, "Thomas Jefferson, /

Lake Oswego Ore., was high point man of the XVIII Olym Hartman, Mrs. N. Shah, a during the afternoon progrim. -
piad. Handsome blond Don won four Gold Medals an un- resident International guest .
precedented number for a swimmer and. the most ever by a Mrs. Glenn Farris and Mrs. The reviewer pointed out t
swimmer In one Olympic William T. Arnett poured. that Jefferson wished to be
Baskets of pyracantha and the author of
The Perrys, well known here, flew over to Join Don's mother crotan leaves were used remembered Declaration as of Indepen- 1f/
and father, Martha Dent and Wendell Schollander of Lake about the room where tables dence and the founder of the
Oswego, for the Olympics. They have made a stop over In with art objects from foreign of Virgin's.!' .
Hawaii and are expected home sometime this week. lands were displayed. SOLID COLOR '
Included in the exhibit! A film "The Patriot" depicting
Dot, a swimmer of note herself became a big favorite .
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_Goinesville Sun _Sunday,_ November I, 1964 .
Make Decorative Shower GiftsEvery It(

Special J Invitation Annual Cheese EatersThe
hostess at one timeor choice of shower gifts. Theyare pans as vases. CI
another Is faced with the sturdy enough to be usedon If the shower Is a china

HDCMeet problem of giving a shower top of the kitchen stove or one, little nosegays might be lI

for a young bride .to-be.. in the oven, yet are beautiful arranged in deml .. lasses I
Every hostess, too, wants to enough to be brought to again, bearing out the Socie
Set i in D.C. make the shower she gives as to the table along with even ty's suggestion to use the gifts S
attractive and as unusual as the finest china. For the show. as containers. 01

possible.The er hostess, they make ideal Unusual containers will setoff
Florida will be representedby I I Society of American flower containers.A the true beauty of fresh 'PI
31 delegates at the annual Florists suggests making the recent shower buffet table flowers. Baskets, large sta 01hr
of the National I
actual shower gifts themselves was made particularly pleas- shells an antique sugar bowl,
Home DemonstrationAgents' nr
.rp as a part of the decorations ing by using three of these attractive are all among the vases suggested
MeetingIn For a
for the party. sauce by the Society
Washington, D. C., No- kitchen shower, for example, pyroceram
vember 1518. the mixing bowls or measuring
+ 9d Dr. M 0. Watkins, director cups to be given the lucky
of the Florida Agricultural bride might be used as amusIng -
Extension Service, and containers for flower ar-
Miss Eloise Johnson, district rangements on a buffet table.
l l9i home demonstration agent For a bathroom shower,
will accompany the Florida hand towels might be usedas //ffalj//
place mats. A small fresh
Speakers for the national flower corsage could be pin-
s yd meeting are Mrs. Dorothy H. ned to the corner of each
Jacobson. Assistant Secre- "place mat" as a decoration, 4 Cycle Automatic Washer
tary of Agriculture, Mrs. Es- and as an attractive favor orOS
Ida ther Peterson, Special Assist- for each guest to take home. 4 CYCLES
ant to the President for Consumer kitchen Automaticr1a .' .
The new pyroceram Fully >
Affairs, and Secre- utensils are In exc e 11 e n t
tary of Agriculture OrvllleL Lint Filter Tub
Freeman. ryTI
Water Level Control
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The conference theme Is Model .TII
"Four Dimensions of Citizenship Water Temperature
,, ))q : -Home, Community, Nation Group MeetsTips Selector A 100
Giant Sited Tub
Awards To Be !Made on hair care and a ofIi
i tt Ye .1 Three Florida delegates traditional Cheese Cupboard was open at the La Salle demonstration of hairstyles Safety Lid Switch
;. '.,' ; will receive national awardsat Hotel in Chicago!! recently with over 2,000 guests sampling will be given by Phil C. Me-
6 y the Washington meet- 150 types of cheese made In 35 states. Among those who Dilda Jr., owner of a new RUSTPROOFFINANCING lub
.rYm" ..l: Ing. Mrs. Margaret Nelson, helped eat a ton of cheese was Dr. E. L. Fouls, (right), beauty shop In the Carolyn CABINET
j head of the Department of Dairy Science at the Universityof .y'
Clay County home demonstration for members 0the/
\ Alice and her friend the Caterpillar stars of the agent and Mrs. Ether Florida. Serving!! him some tangy Cheddar from New York UF Architecture and Fine I ON THE SPOT ale
Mermaid Show at Week Wachee, extends a special Hanson Manatee County State Is George L. Weir (left) of Swarthmore, Pa., Eastern night. Your Choice of Credit Plans <
Invitation to all Florida residents during the monthof home demonstration manager of the Vetco Division for Johnson & Johnson. The Arts Dames Tuesday .
November" to see the new show, "Alice in Wonder. will be honored with Distinguished dairy department of Vetco holds the Cheese Cupboard every The meeting is slated Worn.en's for The VARIETY STORE G
land. Service awards. Mrs. two years In conjunction with the mammoth Dairy and 8 p.m. at the University n
Club house, West New-
All Florida residents are Invited service charge Mondays thru Sue Young, Brevard County Food Industrial Exposition. ON THE SQUARE
-- --- --- berry Road. thIc
to be the guests of the Fridays will be fifty cents and home demonstration agent, Other delegates are: Miss Mrs'Arlene Jones, of Cocoa; All wives of students and 7 SE, 1st Ave. FR 65343a

Weekl Wachee Mermaids during on week-ends and the Thanks will be Hall presented award. the Florence Dorothy Ross, of Starke; Mrs. and Miss Ethel Atkinson, retired married women students In n

the entire month of No- giving Holiday seventy five M r .. Marian Valentine, Josephine McSwlne, and Mrs. home demonstration the college are invited to at r

vember to see the all new underwater cents. Lake County home demon Elizabeth C. Ahrano, of agent, Pensacola. tend. ._ .
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show, "Alice In Wa- stration agent Is Councilor of Gainesville; Mrs. Nell Mills a
The new underwater show and Miss Mary Gallagher, of
terland." the Southern Region and will
will be completely new and report on her recent trip as Jacksonville: Miss Myrtlce
This year will mark the fifth different. The only similarity recipient of the Grace Fry. Wilson, of Sanford.
annual "All Florida Appreciation to last year's show Is that singer award. Miss Louise Taylor, of Fort al

\ Month," a program organized the Mermaids will stage the Miss Nettie Ruth Brown, Lauderdale; M r I. Essie vSAPPLIANCES
\ St. Johns of Palatka Mrs.
County home demo Thompson ;
In 1959 to show the rnlira show completely under
onstration agent is servingon Marguerite Brock, of Fort I
of Weekl the water.
appreciation Wachee the Convention Committee. Pierce; Miss Eliza Moxley, t
towards Floridians. The new show will be a musical Mrs. Mary Bennett, Jack of Panama City; Mrs. Dorothy
son County home demonstration Draves, of Largo Mrs.
Residents of Florida may revue based on Alice InWonderland' 1.
agent, Is chairman of the Ann Jeter, of Crestview; Mrs.
Identify themselves with new adventures
a Professional Improvem e n t Edna Eby and Miss Joan
Florida driver's license, or under water. Committee. Mrs. Edwena Stewart, of Deland; Miss I rks

similar Identification, and be New props, costumes, and Robertson, President of the Carolyn Tew, of Apalachicola Because they give many years of High-Performance f,
admitted extravaganza to the new underwater scenery are all combined to Florida Home DemonstrltlonAgents' ) ; Mrs. Mamie Daughtry, of Trouble-Fret Service) Com in for a demonstration TODAY
upon payment Association and
Es- Tallahassee; Mrs. Mae Anderson
of a small service form an enchanting show cambia County home demonstration of Mayo; Mrs. Ruth ro
charge. In order to encourage which Is sure to delight the agent, Is. memberof Elkins, of Bartow; Mrs. Virginia
as many as possible to see young at heart as well as the the Distinguished Service Coombs, of Ruskin @wkt4GG rib:

-"'AUc In Waterland", the youngsters. _Committee.-- -----Mrs. Glenda- -Newsome_- --0-andRegularly cIA'rliII'


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ANTONIO Tex. (AP) -.I I iii N' S iij HORDEN'S
actors i report that there is no I SWEET or BUTTERMILKBorden's
pparent reason why Marine
tol. John H. Glenn Jr., ailinghe I '
[ past nine months from an I Inner
| ear Injury cannot return I ,
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oM Wilford Hall Air Force SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN GOV'Tex -
osPital this morning after i a y
ay physical examination : INSPECTED HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
hat will count as his retirement
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fihnson, to retire from the Mi. SIRLOIN ,
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first of the year"he said.
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j lumbus Ohio, apartmentb. 1
28, slamming his head T-BONE lb.
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nation of the Inner ear.
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Gainesville, Sun Sunday... November I.-. 194 I
\ JQj'INTNG S. Viet Nam age of Anlong Krey but deniedthat < |

Council U.S. Air Force Jets had $
Lyceum Ii
strafed the border village.A .
11 POST Admits Attack
CHORDS rr.Sy ministry commu-

Sets 'La Boheme On Cambodia nique foreign quoted by the official Viet

blamed the attack a
I SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) errors. It
And Discords I week ago on mapping
By REID POOLE pany'i production of "T 0 a ca"' South Viet Nam admitted Sat added that the government
UF here last November will again '
I BY VERE RICHARDS Department of Music wield the baton. urday to a second aerial intrusion accepted responsibility and

., Election Night on the Cambodian vill pledged to pay compensation.
The Boris Goldovsky production I
The band music Incidental to elot" by soloists and choruses Ridgeway; Tom of Warwick, of Puccini's "La Boheme", The opera performance In I I
the G.H.S. Homecoming Frl of the G.H.S. cast. Clarence Rutledge; Sir Dlna will be presented by the Uni- Gainesville was scheduled for '
day night, Oct. 23, presentedsome The show will have its first dan, Trevor Byrd; Sir Lionel versity of Florida I Lyceum election night because It w a a SORRY WE WERE
excellent playing and performance on Wednesday November Donald Johnson; Sir Cagara- Council In Florida Gymnasium impossible to obtain a performance AWAY SO LONG. ..

some numbers with interesting 11, and public performances more, Jimmy Whitney; Squire Tuesday evening November 3,, for any other date. We NOW OPEN i I '
side-effects as well on Friday and Saturday Dap, Chuck Kuhr; Colgrevance, at 8.15. The traveling companyof assure all politically minded
The first number, a fanfare, ,Nov. 13 and 14. The production Two Pages, Eddie Reed, Clarence fifty Includes orchestra and opera fans that their atte n dance
was written by Reid Poole, is about! par In being ready Rutledge.One outstanding young soloists In a at the opera Tuesday will
two weeks before with co.- not affect the outcome of the and servingWINE
chairman of the Music Department opening night. of the finest Lyceum complete production r
of the University, from The choruses are already well Council presentations ever to turning and scenery. All s e a Is election. Following the o p i r a 'I ,
"Washington and Lee sung with real fire and with due come here was heard Wednes- are In reserved sections and performance there will be plen- Florida may do so by sending andCOCKTAILS
Swing, of Florida ty of time to indulge in joy or their checks to the fund In care ,
one of the most popular numbers regard for the delightful lyr day night, in the UF Auditor- cost $2.00. University
with the school. The Ics. Some choreens are better ium. Salvatore Accardo, violinist students obtain tickets on their despair as election returns of the University of Florida I ; |
and arrangement than others, the boys are atm a great artist, used the ID. cards; University of Flori- come In via radio and television Foundation, Tigert Hall. Gainesville 0-
was sparkling
the band made real fanfare soipewhat stiff and not really rich, throbbing tones of his vio- da faculty may purchase tickets from all over the country. Florida. Checks should be 1
out of it. The second a number trying much yet, but this alsoIs lin to stir hearts as well as to at a fifty percent discount., : Looking Ahead made payable to Carson Fund,! Plus Our Delicious Italian Cuisine
"78 Trombones" par and I should say It 1 Is display fit I shingly vigorous Tickets will be available Monday I The Fine Arts String Quartetof University of Florida Founda-
while the band built was the played letters going to be one of the beat technic. His "Chaconnefor ," and Tuesday and at the Chicago will be the n. x t tion. In the weeks t3 tome, this ITALIAN and I'4RESTAURANT
"H. I." with the Majorettes shows ever put on by Mrs. Catherine violin alone, by Bach, wasa door the night of the perform Lyceum Council attraction o n column will bring you news of
beautifying the Murphree chorus direc parade of beautiful poignant ance. Townspeople may pur- Wednesday November 11 at 8:15 the growth and development of I .
ance. This number too perform. tones In which he sometime chase tickets at the Record in the University Auditorium. this fund which Is so importantto I Hwy. 441 South Phone 37693J5DRIVEIN.
played with real spirit, accurate was. tor.Perhaps you think you know gave the effort of playing all Bar, 923 West University Ave- The program will consist of the musical culture of
all about The Son works by Haydn, Hindem 1th Gainesville and the Universityof '
Intonation and rhythm. King Arthur and his four strings at once. nue; University of Florida I'
Round Table but you have ata No. 9 ("Kreutzer") by Beethoven students may pick up their and Brahms. Florida.
Majorettes' Own much to be amused about. The was spectacular- tempestuous tickets at the InformationBooth Change of Date
The third number, also well great magician, Merlyn, has to (the limit, and yet across the street from Please note this Important Fire Kills Child SUBURBIANO
done, was "Swanee". This was made Camelot a place with perfect exquisitely lovely In the loft the Hub. Faculty tickets may change of date for the appear- THEATRE
the Majorettes' own. Each girl weather-no rain except at moments.He be purchased in room 108 of ance of the American Ballet OCALA (AP-One child per.
had a torch-baton, lighted at night and otherwise everything had a fitting companionartist the Music Building. Theatre. The presentation will Ished and six: escaped a' fire BUSINESS
each end. With all the lightson exactly right. But a fairy I in Richard Syracuse at Artists ,be Tuesday, December 1, J n! that swept a Negro home Satur ONE KNEW HER
the field turned off, their nymph Nlmue, abducts Mer- the piano, who made the con I Young. old 'University Auditorium rat h er' day.The I BETTER THAN POLLY ADLER !
two Mary
Intricate and graceful maneuvers lyn, and Arthur Is kit somewhat cert grand deliver Its utmostIn Twenty year 'than Wednesday, December 2, dead child was Eugene,
made a spectacular num, helpless without the magi- effect. Beth Peil brings to the part of:as carried In the previous an Flax, 4. His brothers said he apparently
the ideal attributes for
ber. clan's wisdom. The second part of the con Mimi ,nouncements. rushed back Into the
role. Miss PeR is
well After five years of happinesswith cert gave us the Franck "Son this poignant Footnote To Concert house after the family fled the a
"Gl-gi" was very play a student of Lotte Lehmannand
ed as a salute to "Queen" Linda Arthur, Guinevere sudden ata In A Major" which was as in spite of her youth, has I Persons wishing to make a flames.
Edwards. The final number ly falls in love with Lancelot thrilling, but with more quiet remarkable record of contribution to the Cleva J. The sheriff's department said
the "Alma Mater" to the when he is transformed by love moments of great beauty. a tic opera- son Memorial Music Sen o 1 car'l the fire started around a kerosene -
letters CHS., was Impressiveas of her from an irritating person Franz' wonderful contrapuntal success. | ship Fund of the University of hea ter.i'STARTS r sI
who Ji always right and loveliness was extraordinarily Soprano Carol Courtman who
always Certainly the sympathy sings the role of Muaetta, the I I IA II
and knows It, into a very nice brought out. The Mozart Krei- _
In the number the fine
human soul. iler "Rondo" and the Paganlnl coquette, has received critical
of all the band'playing I
lilting courage ,
for her work in recital I I
They manage to tell their "Le Streghe" were both bet.
could not but
help I
build the of team love, but half the court comesIn ter than high level. concert: and opera, and
and students.up spirits Bardwell Don, and hears it. The queen is It was a tremendous pro- ally for her Gilbert and DRIVE-IN THEATRE
aldson, Is again to condemned by the High Courtto gram. Accardo gave as en- van performances with espeC"1
be congratulated. burn at the stake. Arthur core, "Schon Rosmarln," by voy Company of 2400 I*u& a.Road Rl.20' P6ow.FR 65011 starring SHELLEY WINTERSBPdlfldler'
can't help her but Lancelot does, Kreisler. Tenor Dean Wilder who sings'
Camelot and all ends well. Camelot becomes the role of Rodolfo, the poet, NOW! 3 HORROR HITS! FIRST AREA RUN
Sunday, Oct. 23, I listened to a real town and the play comes to the Goldovsky Grand I OPEN <:15 SHOW AT 7.00: SEE 2 HITS LATE AS 1:2) W Co ROBERT TAYLOR as frank PICTURES RELEASE

four hours of grueling rehears- ends with Arthur telling the Fumigates Opera' Theatre from Portland,)i AT 5:25 2nd F..tureE.LI..n.
ing of the musical show, "CamWE'RE world to remember there once Oregon, where he made his
was a magic place called Cam. Florida FruitTALLAHASSEE operatic: debut as Florestan Inieethoven's 'I
elot. "Fidello". He has I, 'SOPHIA LOREN

The script and lyrics are delightful (AP-Citrus) a well established reputation in''II w --Ltt:
SORRYWE the music Is above average fruIt headed from Plnellas County the northwest for success in 'M4468Y

HAD TO TURN the soloists are better to California must be fumigated varied operatic roles. I \
SO MANY AWAY than good. You will be more before California will let Marcello, the painter, will be '
FRIDAY endSATURDAY. than glad if you see It on Friday It: In, Florida Agriculture Com- sung by bass baritone Ronald -I, l i'g 'r 60Bffli N SS NflISIIAII.J ij Uf[I lIMO fWillmi(
or Saturday, Nov. 13 or 14 missioner Doyle Conner said. Holgate who has been a
SO IT'S BEING I The altogether fine cast Is-: California adopted the regulation member of the Goldovsky Com- Technicolor' Technirama 70mni
Arthur, Rikl Danburg; Mer- after an oriental fruit fly pany for several seasons. Hol- r NUIUSSrKTWfSIKLUXGAINESVILLE
HELD OVER lyn, Joe Bryant; Guinevere, was found In BU.>Petersburg Oct. gate; has' won the praise: of critics fJ.r .' ,
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iuianiM Martin; Lance lot, U.Extensive trapping has failed both lit. New York and Ird HIT AT 9:45 -' .
Thru Tuesday Stv Myklng; Pclllnore, Britt to turn up any more o( the insects Loss Angeles: Reviewers have "WEREWOLF IN A GIRLS DORMITORY" ... ,.. :
01lly1PORNOGRAPHY Small; Nordred, Dennis Som- but the California requirement observed that not only can he
mer; Morgan Le Fey Janice that Plnellas fruit be fum sing extremely well, but he 1 Is '

........... Igated Is expected to stan tall and handsome, possesses s
MASTERPIECE .... ... through November, Conner salt magnetic personality, and can
or .' --- The trapping continues, with act with extraordinary force
Bid INC MAIt QUUTION IIRGM MARK N'S fi!!& f 4,165 traps In use In Plnella I and passion. NOVEMBER 6th DRIVE-IN THEATRERT. 11

.. County, plus 1,000 more In Hifl Edward Alley, the young
-- .*. ... borough County and 200 In Manatee American conductor who c o ft
.. ..... County. ducted the Goldovsky Com:

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The University of Florida's $1.5 million Architecture -
Way'to and Fine Arts complex Is entering the final
It Was a Long a Home stages of construction and should be ready for oc-
cupancy in early January. The new complex, first
proponed In 1918, Includes an art gallery for special
outside exhibits and two small lecture halls, a four-
storied classroom building and a combination library
I Architecture administrative unit. The elevated walkway (shown
College Nearly ReadyBy below) connecting the classroom building to the administrative
unit will be a display' area for student
I work.

WALKER LUNDY the war before moving back on -"
UofF Student JournalistAn campus in 1949 An unfloored ,\
attic-way, some airplane attic In Peabody Hall housedthe
hangers, a $1.5 millioit'complex then-School of Architecture
of three buildings. before that. f
The College of Architectureand The new buildings are termed
Fine Arts at the Universityof economically sound by T. C.
Florida is finally coming Bannister, dean of the college,
home. for having a 70 per cent net usa-
Scheduled for completion by ble area. _
early January, the final step in "We concentrated on the stuff
the college long road tore- we had to have," he said.
.. spectability in surroundings has "There's no luxury items anywhere -
been 16 years In the planningand ,"
17 months In construction.The An enclosed elevated double nk t, tA
trio of buildings con- walkway bridges the "U" and
structed In a U-shape around a connects the four story class- .
room building with the combi- r.t
landscaped terrace Is locat- '
ed on the university campus Just nation library administration y
south of the administration structure. One level will ex-
building on Thirteenth Street. tend trom! the third floor acrossto
The Departments of Building the library and will serve as lit tr rH
Construction, Architecture and an architecture design exhibit F
Art will share the 95,730 square- area as well as a passageway.The _
foot building. lower level will connect the t
It's been a long wait for the second floor of the classroom
architecture people who have building with the college's ad-
helped design the university ministratiy offices. H
new buildings from their own The Department of Building
converted World War II barracks Construction the nations
for the past IS years. largest will occupy the first _
They were forced out to aban- floor of the classroom building. _
doned hangers at the Gainesville The middle two floors will be
Airport to handle the Increased used by the Department of
enrollment immediately after (Continued ea Page SD)

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Here's a luxury home with plenty of SPACE to enjoy 'living Over 2.000) ( f "
square feet enclosed area plus huge double soroge. DuPont nylon con. I you seek Individuality/ this could be the home you've been search
", tinuous filament wall-to-wall carpet. BUY WITH CONFIDENCE ( Simple/ yet eleoant. Colorful. yet subdued. Fred Mason Inc.,
Custom kitchen cabinets built-ins. .W L r _, I offers a vast array of features, previously available only to the
Central heat & air conditioning. Located From a Member of l wealthy, et o most agreeable prICe. Mere words con not deteribe this
in beautiful Suburban Heights, 4400 / I....". .4 The(1 'Y luxury home. See "It today It's completely finished and ready for occu-
N.W. 17th Place, just off Millhopper Rd. Gainesville Home Builders '-..,........__ ( ', ,; pancy. Located on N.W. 17th Place .in Suburbia Heights.
f 11 N.W. 20* TOTM
!/. 372-4624 Association Fred Mason, Inc. 372.8340

Wooded Lot Brick Oak Floors ; nerr COULD NOT BE DUPLICATED!

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What o value' Full-brick rambler featuring genuine OAK FLOORS. This four bedroom show home could not be duplicated at this low
! Three bedrooms. T'j baths Central heat. Beautifully situated on a L floor plan separates living areas Four bedrooms 2Vi price Pure vinyl' flooring telephone Intercom system plush
large wood lot tafely away from thru traffic $14.000. $500 down, luxury baths. Year 'round heating and oir conditioning Redwood fenced' paneled family' room fenced rear yard priceless' Tappan built.
$86.49 per month 514 .N.w 34th Place. yard for privacy Built.in ranch kitchen $1,250 down. $164 I per month. In kitchen o very large and wonderful' home at only J24, '50. Financing

.' .CfIOltt'a-ws ML .. ... 111II si..s w.. ML.. Located 3330 N.w. 28th Avenue.Norwood / arranged by bu .Ider OPEN TODAY 26pm.
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, .. The James Company Hope "H", Inc. Kirkpatrick & Picrson, Bldrs.-Dev.

'0 1 W.M...4 171-2 JZ7 .171-444 tlU $L 4t1t sw.N n i.sioi .. fi ,.,,iTK 2204 NW. 21* |..... I7M47I

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TO SELL. $14,350t15 DOWN FHA .IgM. M s.. swill./ M.mi..Aw,. se *cw kb. Perfect blend of Early American ond contemporary styling. Three excellent
PRICED tor a .w.ww..sows wwp bore. .
bedrooms two tiled both :r* voml.es GIld colored future -
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foe.f 5$" 40 per -"" "inch/dr. Mua.nd.... ill kwi.renc. dola ftINW000(Oft r... f.ea.s isw ....each,."-1 eM ri. -ia. As iAa. flews Mrs Mir *. Colonial style G.E. built-In Mchen. ful,y sodded and landscapedfront
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be Nooses w ;
b'0N-w hla 6 h- a. ryy ond side (Jowl. Central hoot air conditioning
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Galn/ .ivilUunSundoy__ November 1, 1964

I Things Sure Change for the Better in Gainesville! I

Announcement of the new' Ave. Drive past the new University THE -
Horne'i Motor Lodge at the Chevrolet building to NE ON '
Newberry Road and 1-75 Inter, 15th St. Turn left. Pine Forest, =
change and thePompano I News and Views on the corner, has completelysold I
Beach firm's motel and apart out of 92 homes In Just overa 1 l +IOUSEBy .
ment complex at the Williston year. Further North In NE
Road and 1-73 Interchange top JS1 15th St you'll find Highland L--111 ..",-, I "
Repairs. Please
Gainesville's new construction Northern incomes. supply of houses has caught non Court Manor by Kirkpatrick ANDY LANGAt Plumbing
picture this week. up with the d e m a n d. The "' HA'lTON and PI.I r s o n on the left. least twice a year, In the spring and fall, the home owner :specify Which booklet you
The I. 75 motels shouldn't Home building has changedtoo. throngs of Vets waving G. I. HCM has been one of Gaines-, should go on an inspection trip around the outside of his want.) ( ,
hurt 13th Street's motel business Right after WW II anyone ,Certificates of Eligibility for no- ville's fastest growing areas house. I
one iota. In fact, the 1-75 who could swing a hammerand I money down houses are no since about 1960. The HCM His purpose? To see what needs to be caulked. If he can find One of the largest aluminum
units will snare new dollars for borrow a pick up truck ;more. Today, It's a buyer's mar Community Swim Club was a and repair small opening in the house while they are still siding companies the country
Gainesville. could call himself < builder. one-of-its-kind for Northcentral small he can prevent major trouble later on. has dropped its huge. home man-
It may even be possible to Home salesmen were usually !ket.Today's home builder must have many professional home Florida. On,the East side of i It Isn't enough merely to walk or two old because of natural ufacturing division after losing
get a room for Homecoming just order-takers. Builders, especially know more than just how to builders who look ahead and NE 15th St. Hugh Edwards, around the house quickly, trying shrinkage. The new compoundwill more than $8 million attemptingto
without making reservationsthree around large Northern build houses. He must build not to the past. We are fortunate Inc., Is building Village to spot openings from the not adhere properly if the market aluminum-glass houses >
years In advance cities, would slap up block good houses at competitive pri to have builders who don't Green, a subdivision of medium ground. There are some tiny opening is dirty or damp or like automobiles. The best
When I came to Gainesvillein upon block of look alike ces. He must be sensitive to build lookalike houses. We are and moderately priced gaps, especially around windowsIn loose particles are present guess for the Inability to sell
1959 one of my professors homes. Tacky Tacky was born. trends In housing and be able fortunate to have builders who homes. Just North of Village an upper story, which can't Joints should be cleaned out enough of the houses to make
jokingly referred to Alachua Buyers waited In line for mod- to Include the features his buy. have the guts to try somethingnew I Green, Young America Homesof b. seen except while standingon with a putty knife, chisel or old money the designs were a little
County as "the moonshine coun- el homes to open. Beautifully ers want and will pay for in in their search for better Jacksonville'and Palatka Is a ladder. Especially look for screwdriver, making certain I too ultramodern for most peo-
ty in the sunshine state. wooded tracts were bulldozed: his homes. Today's successful housing for you. finishing a group of models. for crevices which have developed small bits of old caulking 1 ple.
Things sure change! clean to make room for houses. builder must know financing, .* Just a few blocks to the NE on between dissimilar materials compound are removed. Where S a a
Today you might say Gaines- Of the "boom" builders onlya zoning, landscaping, ''decorating I promised last week to visit NE 39th Ave. the new Iron- which do not contract and the opening is large, use a The housing Industry's trade
ville is a place where people few are left. Today the scale advertising and selling. the Northeast section. To get wood Golf Club Is slowly: tuning expand In the same manner. coarse hemp or oakum to fill publication House & Home. u
have Southern accents and has tipped the other way. The Gainesville is fortunate to there I'd drive East on 16th a luscious green. Caulking compound can be applied most of the gap, then apply the continuing Its fight to get fed

from a tube, with a putty caulking compound.White eral and state governments to
knife or with a professional-type or gray compound gen put an end to land speculationby
I Music Hath Charms. And Can Look It TooThere caulking gun. The most popular erally is used for the sides of making assessments on vacant

form of application by the.houses, black for the roof. The land equal to assessmentson
home owner, however, Is with white or gray can be left as is, improved property. Which
have been so many ---..----.---,,----their' lives, get It, and then are are now painted light blue. We and new slipcover for the sofa- the small caulking gun, which II or painted over if desired. Black reminds us there is some land
queries about putting rugs on sorry they didn't have a beau have a white quilted bedspreada bed?" can be purchased at a moderate must be left the way It comes in New York City's Borough of
carpets that a letter from a DOROTHY tifully kept wood floor with one1 salt and pepper rug. What S price and Into which tube-like out of the tube, cartridge or Manhattan which has a price
lady in New Jersey finally of the new Imported area rugs color sheets?" Dear VG.: cartridges are Inserted. They containers, since it usually con tag of $13 million an acre.
spurred me to comment on this DRAPERserves In some of the fabulously lush S a You could have draperies In are easy to use and they do a tains a substance that will bleed C a a
practice In our little decorating colors. This Is an expensive Dear P. B. the lemon-yellow of your chairs good job of filling most open- through paint. Three major building c: o d e
sermon for today. She wrote, mistake to make, so DO, pleasebe Try a bronze green for a restful or in the same print as your Ings. Pulling the trigger not (To get Andy Lang's detailed organizations the Building
"Is it advisable to place a carpet sure that your cup of tea, change for the walls. Any of new sofa-bed slipcover -lemon only pushes the compound out booklet, "Painting Your House Officials Conference:
on top of a wall to wall to give the room a bun- as they say, Is a wall to-wall I the gay new definite striped or yellow, green and white. of the cartridge it exerts Inside and Out," tend 25 cents America, the International Con
carpet of the same shade, only dled up, smothered look. Some carpet and once and for a Ii-floral sheets)would be pretty. S enough pressure to force the and a long, stamped, self-ad- ference of Building Officials and
a different pattern?" people put an area rug over a don't have one put down on It. Change your throw pillows to Mrs. FLO. asks material below the surface. I dressed envelope to Know-How, the Southern Building Code Con
My answer would be a forth- wall to wall carpet in front You either want a wall -to-wall bronze green and lemon yellow. "I' think an umbrella stand is various P.O. Box 954 Jamaica, N.Y., guess are getting ready to
Cracks of sizes ,
right "No!" If you choose to ofa, sofa, under the coffee t table effect or you don'tl! Make up Invest In a pot of primrosesfor a practical thing. My friend In older houses, but sometimes/11431. Also available, at the draw up a single code for residential .
have a wall-to-wall carpet, do, but I don't care for this your mind! e sunny touch. says they aren't used any more is "Make Simple construction.
occur even !In a house a veer same price.
by all means, have it and enjoy treatment. As I say, you are de- Yes? or No.?
It But don't go putting little feating the reason for having a P.B. asks: V. G. asks: LM1IPIID DIIPLAT
patchy pieces that were left wall to wall carpet In the I "We would like to paint the "My living room walls in our Dear Mrs. F.L.O: I
over from your rug or bought first place, If you are going to walls In our bedroom and want small apartment are light I agree with you. They ARE LAKE CITY OCALA PALATKA LAKE BUTLER
especially, to go under I chair, make a patch work quilt out 10 know what color to use. -I green. My rug Is a touch darker practical and can be quite dec ALACHUA HIGH SPRINGS STARKE
or at a doorway. This spoils the of your floor by this rug piling- have white quilled bedspreadwith green. Two armchairs are iratlve and ornamental. Don't I CHIEFLAND -
whole enticing flow of the carpet up system.So white and light blue throw slipcovered in lemon-peel yel- buy the standard commercial ,
and defeats the wall-to wall I many readers who have pillows on the bed. Our walls low. Problem new draperies ones. Be original I I Northcentral Florida'sNewest

evidently been dreaming of a ClAIIIPIIO DISPLAY
idea.A rug on rug_treatment Just wall to wall carpet all of

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A course for Florida real estate tlnulng University I Studies 1-
salesmen who Intend to (FICUS) and Is the only one

take the state broker's examI- which fulfills the educational requirements :, ...-': ..,
nation will be conducted In sixteen for brokers as defined IMMEDIATEOCCUPANCY A'
cities, Including Gainesville by t h e Florida Real Estate
beginning In January, 1965- Commission.
The course, Real Estate Practices -I Any registered salesman In = I Iof -..
and Principles, Is offered the state of Florida desiring to .
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submitting an enrollment cou-

City Government pon to the Florida! Real Estate many of our 14 models r=
for approval. ApS
TRAPANI, Sicily (AP. The
pile ants may obtain coupons
lights and phone service In Ma- and other information by writing Inspect Them Today!
1 p
lira Del Vallo's public building John T. Branch, Jr., KM !
have been cut for norpayment Sea lie I Building, Gainesville, .-
I ,of bills. Florida.
I The electric service companies Instructors for the course Model home and sales office open 1:30-6 p.m.
which kept furnishing power \have been selected and approved '
i to the X.OOO Inhabitants, said by toe Florida Real Estate today. Drive north on Main, turn right at NE
the city was I1M.OM In- rreart, 1 Commission.
t then left NE 12th St. Y
CLAUI"I'0 o"ptanAUTIIEN'TIC 23rd on


NO MONEY DOWN If you're thinking of buying a new home {In the next 6

months, the t best>> time to buy Is NOW at Gainesville's
To Qualified Vets ($100 closing)
most preferred new address. See the large selection at

See Gainsville's most. complete selection of Highland Court Manor
by McKinUy Coestn action
OPEN TODAY 2-6 P.M. quality 3 and 4 bedroom homes from $13,400to

QUALITY. CONSTRUCTION.* witS Nn.te.._.Hdr..1ah1 ..i $18,200. Minimum FHA down. Paymentsstart Sales Office Located

..1..11Mts ...h / iu_e..d.ie.la .d hest w_.,.. c. at $79.34. : -- = N.E. 23rd Blvd' & 11th f.".
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Hugh{ Edwards Oct. Zl.za Inc.. to William .
D. Neville and wife Lot Be In
19 of Carol Estates, $13000
M. B. Bats and wife to J.
D Hires and wife Lots 5 and
of Original Survey of New. e
berry, $2,000.Lincoln r
Estates, Inc.. to Henry Your New
Dukes and wits, Lot 12 of
I Lincoln Estates, $10731
Oak Shades. Inc.. to Paul
Merrill Dick and wife, Lot 82 sir
of Highland Court Manor, $19,-

.. ,. 300 Oak Shades Inc., to Paul Home By.
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Highland Court Manor, $19.
DESIGN: 348 1100.>
1184 Sq. Ft. Ezra E. Smith and wife to
23624CU. Ft. ,.r 290 of southside Terrace, $12- -

Good Home 000 David T. Harvey and wife,
to> Robert C. Plcknardt and
For MostFamilies a \>ife. Lot 3 of Durant Estate,
[ 124300
Jessie M. Wapier: to Reed M
Niattair and wi*, Let 4 01( Carol .
Sb Estates, $10.368.
Three bedrooms are placed to
one tide of this one story t Willis A. Whittington and wife \
home to Insure complete privacy. ILL. OI.IY. r to William D West and wife,
The living dining combination lot 3 of Michigan Heights i ,
faces the front of the
J. and wife to
Clark Weave
home and
work area Is to the
Robert\ E. Foster and wife, Lot
rear.. $14, In Beautiful
M of Hampton Heights 000
It s a home :that will meet every 1
because T W. Harris and wife to ,
families requirements b.r w
Robert Doucette and wife
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it contains all the
lot 68 of Highland Court
necessities that the fouror
five member family seeks 1\ '\ A -Manor- -, -$15368 I
There Is a large living room CLI.' '"I lQ' O'sI1' IQ
fireplace with a wide hearth to
provide plenty of cheer during

there frosty Is winter still ample evenings.wall And area Village jrccl(

for good furniture arrange- i
ment. The dining alcove Is con \
venient to the kitchen.
Kitchen contains good window
space and plenty of coun- I
ter and cabinet area. There is
a snack bar in the breakfast
nook and you.'U have plenty of
sunshine In here because of the
rear glassed wall. Stairs to basement .
are Just off kitchen and .tAkI'
there Is a rear door convenient -. .'
from kitchen 'and basem e n t Il
stairs .1
A colorful ,planting box is 3,? < n-rrsr-
placed near front door. Sug-
gested construction materialsare __
of brick veneer and wood _
siding Plans call for a base- You Don't Have T4 @ ii ih. _
ment wash room.

eral This FHA plan, VA conforms and to Building gen- Td tiiv In This Mansion !r .; 1fJ

I obtain Code requirements.building plans You with apes can I i10ot and Lot Under $19,000.) How U the Time To Buy -

cifications order coupon and below.material list-see ROOM TO SPARE. 2,00 KJ AfcE FET ENCLOSED. PLUS Your New Home. Be t%+

Gainesville Sun Plan Dept. BATHS. G.E. BUILT-IN VI tWCN' C.E. CENTRAL HEAT. Eligible for 1965 Home FREEChristmas
Lansing KM Alpha 10 Mich. FROM UNIVERSITY. stead Exemption! Gifts

I want items checked MOPL 'TOOn!
4 sets of Building Plans & REGISTER
Specifications, with Material LOW _i NO MJI"V bQtNN Homestead Cxempflon will save you hone GE. PORTABLE
List_......_..........._.._...... $297 FHA TERMS ( \ TERMSEARRANGED dreds of dollar In property t..... Choose DISHWASHER
1 set of Building Plans A
Specifications, with Material your new home front mong the beautiful.

Lint ................................._ 17.15 6 MODELS We'll
In Green. help
Sk '\\1 Foster Heights model Village you ere
Family Home Plan Book. y Boy', or Giel'
Postpaid .. ................. .. .71 OPEN 2-6 p.m. h1 renge low coot FHA, VA, or Conventional BICYCLEfinancing.
Enclosed find $-.--- for Items
checked. Turn off N.W. i 'itaI l Builders The time was never better for you

NAME ADDRESSCity 6th Street a* N aInsvip. to buy the home of your dreamt

N.W. 37th Place Phosa 17 .0361

cursIn.o a.rurSEEHW


Only $100 Closing f.1,

from $395 DOWN FHA


I Poll CHA I ,...,......,I..... ,,,....e

D. '.r. ,.,_1It .....4...
MOot"I I I I
WEST j9 ::0 65.00 '275CO

PAYMENTS NAPLES 395.00 69 0O 2$3.00'
I : I

From $65HUGH SARASOTA I _4. .OO 7,230. i __270.00 I
V PALM lEACH 4".00 74.00 I 27'.00
includessttense -
1 LEI1N WAIKIKI 475.00 $5.00 335.00
end Insureac.r I '
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RIVIERA I SS0.00 9.:5": \ 19.00

ACAPULCO = '675.00. JOC'O 411.00

SUN VALLEY 7CO.CO 101.00 411.00
MONACO 650.00 10130 450.00 ,

'. SEA ISLAND \\,1':00- 102.00' : : 450.00 ,
nYxi PALM SPRINGS $00.00-I 107.00 41900
: !
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For 'Information 376-7971 372.1551
t I

I//writ I I 1 .
mist ee then !hr.13 models by Yeung Amenco ryf.t 'p+ty'i'* FOt .jlrr I OIRICTIONSl Dave, North Mom Street
,fe. You It find coton.oimodim v l'Mp '
Oct fare 01 ** ey *
deigned det: lOCh wt It's on cufsronding: features 1' / It'. INFORMATION r or 11th Streot to Uih Ava**,. Turn ngM
n e gns.r:=n1'. "f, */ "X'rksw opt plus roomy onc n /,t W J72-7070 (list and continue M 16th A"".. t. 1'4.1. 3
home-g cnywhare go un*.' you we thtse then decICM, if mOIt "' 15th Sf,.... Watch for VUltge G,..n silos f
your tom / o lot happier \ J __ J and eHe.cu".on .


Drive out Jfh Street' N. Main Street t. l 16t1t Aen". ... ,.
turn right (Eatt) until ye. reach N.I. 15th Street. tur.

left drivi t. 1'1.1. JOtIt A"' ....




Gainesville Sun Sunday, November 1, 1964 .
0.0 I .U"H'O'...,. .
-- ----- 12 M.I. H.I, w..".. 13 H. p ? nm..
I Rohr Sltt.... Child C.,.
I LOST b FOUND CANADIAN ..TlRID 0' .."'I r."'.' m.ill
'XCELLIIIT CHILD OR INFANT I- CHAUP or famala, for llmplo bookkMplni
CARE /IN PRIVATE $0101." PUS I A GOliA I AMAI.O BUTtgR HOUSEMAN, 1.1_. and Inilda, ..... work. Mutt r*
SELL EDUCATION FURTHER INFOIM"TlON CALL _( I I RCSCRVCDr1LS3' with PEUR belt with ef reference vne Writ I In good phyalcal. hailth, willing k
P S t-05JJ. Sun. work .7 Noun I day weakly. "
YOU'RE THEREIS C."AS5.AR"' I T Box U7A Phone, mini for In'."" '...
ARE YOU tired ol crowded Mr MALI 30 to II, 0.N.
Laadlng' Horn tludy _School hat tartar I keep pro Khootdren .1111 11 II G S r" L V. Go C CC COLORED**?. _'DI.. ,........., retell PERMANENT POSITION
opining for etpabi pre for
Referncet funlihed ACROSS INVENTORY
my UItSUniv.
Hill' ara*. Wldt_' PM_.opoerlunllyla .. Sit per week 1504 NTer. 1. Mlnr.' 29. Corroded t .r4 A. L I M E: R 5 .pOIIIIP' II.. Wtltl'.. City P,.for 0. pi Sou..pt .In' Salary' commanaurat. with ability'
ram 1'' Qupllfladlaadi .
PR ,
U0. Phone 11404 A. M. Apply" loi 42JA | G.inspVIII.
30. Filming G '
furnltnitd Encallant com.mluloni 5. Establish. R D A t4II Sun
llbtrol ovtrwrltl ton.ui EXCELLENT CHILD CARI abbr. _
Enpandobla t..,,,.... Solan- In ,,1..,. horn* wllh fancad. yard 8. Enzyme plates: .. A MOil H 7 S OA D 'orY'PROFESSIONAL
Old' futur with lorga ..,.bll_ In nle' Tlha-m'j 11. Sound 33.: Through HIS I. tv' 14-SaleiH.htW.nteJ
school. Aniwtr only' If you h... 32.2iklmo the ROM INS. CO.
had tuccaiiful xptrlonct In tola WOULD Ilk. thrM cnlldoo 10 earl 36. Land r" A. V A I P. A L \J BIO' MONEY IN YOUR OWN BUS
OFF tducmlon, books or Inlinalbln/ brn/ (lain. pI.." "110.51. FMI 13. Nothing .. Go I L r.. Now SRjnJxusrsiThen INESS. .
Wrlti, Ban "" M 0lntivlii' tun. 1000 fo cam. Ind tIMe' mw 237IW 14. Brain measure A ..11I A 3 IS A. 1ft Build your' big .paying house .t.
: 5 petulant hev flutist..0 hout route bu.I..... II...,
WORTHWHILE 7.d "'oc.. paisage 37. Jap.salad C 0 H S 0 .L I I D AT C /. tilery. S43JM and ever. come for II'.. with over Jwtlnoit M
POUND Valdoita MALI Botlon, Ol./ lull Otlnnvlllal Tirrlorrlmr I CARE for Inlanlt and c11l1d,.. I. 15. Dirigible plant t N 10 $ III t N D t S T writ, ol 10 per cent. Send .com.plote ".". quality COSMETICS: ANDHOMI
> my "buma Panctd .d. Nl no resume 1ft curl NEEDS. Boaut'ful
38. Cow Cryi- pecks
g 1511. Ownar contact Gainoi.VIII 11011. cabin managerdo." ,. o. ... 0023 Oast., felt eellert. }
Intormallte.LOST (Solutloll TG friday' Puule) ei guironteed Stir1omen
Pallet Oapt for CALL 17J llflwa 17. Consider tal or IcM Pla13H.Ip telling, advance tt Ulitribu'

Oalnoivllla' High' School CHILD CARLo? '''.n'. and anal.11c11l1dren ) 19. Delly 42.: Army of tor. Write, your plant, experience'
CI... of '45 ring wllh InltloliPWB I. m. 110m. .1. days : : RICO 51. RtlllnanU 5.Beacons Mali ., Female' Old U Company Dept N. Tampa.
ill, in October JJrd ., ..,,,. 20. Tur11 P15. 3360.1.
phono PMt S.lka'i war
CIII... ".,d. .... Osll 172. k Chamber 45. On DOWN

WITHA 2316. IIWAIQ' KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE 21. Specles ot ./1.Behave 1.Cheer pin. command: lent oath TEACHERS Chriitmit money S300 ACTIVE MAN wanted REAL lIT ESTATE_....BALES,.. otflu. .
LOST .. whit. gold' angagamontring 0.,. Walk or Month .7. TUI I right of Indla T.Sp.dance month guerente for minimum .. Cat 110-1571 a 27H'"I.
Lg. .,... with paguitta on 5240 NW Ilk Ava PI a.a7 Ills 8. Soothing hour per week. No.tlonelly .
Inch tlda. m So .I. U. Hurtl .8. Bull: Sp. :l.Loathe educational concern FACTORY REPP.CMENTATIVIpotltlon
INFANT .... In prlvata known
"' CHILD OR drug now opal In mil' .
READINGIN FOUND 1.N' tKHonTmid: ilia nam.. S3S month Lima- 28. Grow -69. Had being 3.Olive genus ....dS teachert to do educeHone Aga raqulramantt 23-45 Isles' ana anptrlanca
log Brown and Black coat Loath wood ...., phona_ FR .''NI. 50. Bluer'efI.h Individual 9. Yellow ) counielllng"' with Perentt.Qlve ., _._.. ovar 30. Car
or collar with .11.*. .tu,.. Nonam Jerpy ocher tublectt or greaet taught. ,..,arred. ...,... of two nlghtiptr
tag ar rablai l 4. Call FRli TINY TOT number of yelp leeching oxper.lenco weak on road Long aitib.ilihad .
] t J of S. 1 1 t N end phone. Write ion No. top ratad manufacturtr; ofautomollvo
I r !
LOST LACK I TAN ...,. hound PLAY SCHOOL high flown U4M Galneivllle Sun apaclallitt oltort.

4 Yrs old' I.,.. acar Inllda, nlnduartar 1'1.11' U. 510 1.. for yooISON. la V// t6. unebug MOTOR ROUTE SALESMAN Thorough, trainingComplalo ,
.... II CARRIER Inauranca progrsmR.Hram.rd '
Lait Man Oct 11thal Ills II. PR016, Ballad
10:M ..... Hal collar but M tl II Y// 18. Wa hava opanlngi for tha Tranton, plan
...... lag Any Intormallon will CHILD CAKE "",11Io,'. ..uld0I.hlaa /6 22.Mcna ei7 Wlllltton, Hawthorna araa, malaar Warkly, ..panw advancaWmkly
bo appraclalad Dog vary friend location prlvata "homo, nfaronua /4 I'S 23.: Classl,i edId famala, Good oamlngi, If you Irish pllowanctMonthly
I ly. Phono Ml.221, Joe Hutchlni. ....... FR HMO times trantportatlon and dnlra to commisslonsCUnt.rly
II...'h.n. I' n00lyd run your own bullnatt with vary bon.....
i THE II FEMALE HELP WANTED I 24. Dub h Iiter1r llttla Invailmant, ".... call MrCaputo This It an excellent opportunity
Circulation' Dells 0.'.'* to aim .100000 pi'
1/ 25. Gr. ,.
.. villa Sun, I7S-UII. ant 1'. I 10 mora Writs lor aopil.cation
MAIDS guaranTatr-good NY II. : to ARTHUR FULMEP."
BSSUTY: SALONEaauty US lee S 2fi. Outcome. 7J: .."'. _
HUT 'N KURL In tote II' weekly "' P O. B.. 177. MEM'HIS TEN.
on a Budoat advancad. Harold Employment 24 11 l. 27. MaIn foods RETIRED COUPLE to Ilea with NESIEI.
GOOD All work guarantaatffarm. Ao...,. D.pf. :32, L..br oll. NY 31. EpocbJf .''dar''. ...."....... Rant ...
U up Sham-art II N upM Call MS-I04I or volt" J. U Stundori SERVICE DIRECTORY
SUN i. univ. Ava. tnnuOpan DINING ROOM HOSTESS : JI JJI 32.: Dacrlbt ..,,,,, ".. ADVERTISE: IN THE
nlghta! by ....... Apply In porun only, J..",'. fttaurant 34.Ezcitement3J
2110 SW 11th: St.
LEARN TO D.IVII M5cl.ah J! 3S J" 35.:Jforuc t
l it00 Is n0euS or lldorl,. lOCKKEEPER RECEPTIONIST
Soy Wsy Dlv'' klIoaL PSL70P1. Payroll, ....''v.bl.. and ..,.bln. training rope THIS WEEK ONLY
Lie. bY Nay of ,... Pull. tI..... All company barwfltt. Jl JO J, fO fl 39. Solaz 01511:
ADS Sand rabbi to ... USA Ollnn-'
LOU WRIGHT Hfaly wllh new .
.11'' lus.EIAUTICIAN
4. 4$ ;
Dax-A-Diat, Toblati 'U 4' Twin.
Only II ....... Canova Prugi wield following/ I cifl
START torn Ml W1c10In: wall locatidiptown Epic. poetry 2 BEDROOM FRONT KITCHEN
YOUR STUDIO' OIU ISAUTYAdelyr ",... Sand .....11. to BoH9A 4' IH If' g:
I. TNama' C__. Par c-o Galnotvtlla' Sun j1 Bird's cry ONLY

WANT 1"m.lI.312 IId7 or ISr5004tntlOI call NEED .",..'IY. grrl 1 for .bar 4' ST--r-[ 43.Wood
,...",. Mpl be 21. C.II PR111t3 sorrel

.... i I labr Si".... Child C.. altar CLERK 2.00.CASHIER p.... I5 rlIe. 11' ,....,..,u,.. 10,31 ... .:\'Cn poll $3695

;HILD CARI FOR ALL AGrnN/ Ruponilblt, .........1<. A rial opportunity I
MV HOW.I. REASONABLE PRICIS to .bacoma itora man
CALL J7I-240I. agar. Phona for appt SH4UI PAYMENTS LESS THAN $50 A MONTH




'ARTS MAN Apply I in own handwrltlng PRTAAQENf1fIfiR P1f: WAling MAN U-40 bond.blo nodrlttort.
Parmpnant potlllon' fortha dor ... whlto' or courad. Cart wa train, you to oa luccauful
right m... Florida Motor. 4Eojulpmanf for 4 chlldran No Sony claanIng In routs ..,... Par appt."
Co. P. O Boi PP Sundtyt aff Rataroncat 372- call PR 1G6n.COLORID TRAILER SALIS
1101 days 17M40S or rt-2711 MALI 30 to U lob-
Family WAITS. Apply 11151EOtOflaICOd. In pnsao fa .vPing4110 ...a. LI.. I. ; n. 0000001.. ........... ..,." 2702 WALDO RD., N.E.

Mr. Pooan.UnlvanJty NURSE Anaithallltt Two rtgltland U',..IlitoCIYP, Prompts/m/ AT PALM LANES PHONE 376-0205
.. Inn ...... anttthttiiti naadad to ,...1_.
)'OI sw 11th St. complete, d.tl.1 four In 1 IS bad
: air condltlonad ...... .....11.1 FOREIGN EMPLOYMENT Intomatlon. -
Vacations .....ed,.. to UJ badt. Located' Conatructlon other workprolectt.
CHRISTMAS IS M mllot aaat of "Raiaigh, Twa Good paying overteei
GIVING TIM' Avon CosmStlc.l0 .. from mist, thraa Ito,.. lobl with extrot travel xponioi.Writ .
Os w.ry of the from mountain Salary, S62S ,,. onlyi' Porelgn Service I...-
,. 1110w 111.50'Q..r.. Prod. par Ml. Iradenton Beach, MOBILE
month plus lull malntananca' 30 pto10r10.Dept. USED
In 011 this lest days .paid' vacation, 14 days pad'
0001110. c..oct Aven. ,. tick ...... d 11..1,
paid holldaya INSURANCE COMPAMY hot pen-
Sul GIInasvlllt"' ".. or C'0'1 Admlnlttrator' Jo/!...... Mamor- .... for debit N .
lane lasso tha nil' titajfe buiinau. two men. ulP5110.l
MIN lr WOMEN pravloui P
1 IN r..erdl.ss.5 ai par con R 1.0171. ___ .__ Iii Hoipltal', Smlthllald N. C. _....... Starting SW
Our coun Ig dtaignad f. tooch you how !. pas your aiajmlnotion i and start ,In auii'naiin par wk., call Il2-n".I'30-t M.

yaur awl, githgr full r Ml lime.I Ye* a).n't (i.v to |lv* up your" ...nt |ob. MEN TRAIN AS WANTED_ to-mak I no door at appiarlngaurvay to door WANTED SALESMAN' with automMlll -

Dlicovir mar* .bou I'lh ilch epportunltloi In the reel islets ",.,...10.l. 'oiltloniwoltlnf. ACCIDENT I In Oalnaivllia.' Good pay good talary, plus, com HOME SALEWe
Arrant g lectureMONDAY INVESTIGATORS Car .oc....,,. So a roproMntatlva mluloni, good opportunity' tor ad-
: at Florida gyre Employment ".ne.mint. Write ,. O. I.. 13676GIInuoIlIo
Pravious ..... ...
.1. Sot MC11.551y. Offlct, t N 10'M A M. Monday .. ..
: 4r 1.1. .
NOVEMBER 2, 7:30: P.M. Tran at 'aml 'n SPItS Novombar. I only' ho phontcalit
tlmo. KMp proNnt "b. ,... "..... SALESMAN have the best selection of completely
A SOUTH GAINESVILLE lac.1 end Mtlen 1 lmpleym.ntau1St for boYO,... rout.A01 .
UNIVERSITY INN, U.S. 441 ..... WIII 015 Iod... a.IsbnINad .- 2530, must be bondaNa reconditioned used mobile homes In town. .
Uses It... "IIO.U.TlI.Y FURNITURE 2':1-1751: from 4..I w.akd.y4
.. Me .TII..1 Rest P-adiara' Schaol el Heal Iitote NO OllIO"TION. OFFICE SALES position' ngu.lor at the lowest prices. Look at these fantastic

L.w ""0,141.1 ......" I0' North .. Lkel.n4. MU ,.n II. INSURANCE UPHOLSTERY pay, opportunity for advancamont spec lots.
and Intaraat-
ADJUSTERS Per workmanihlpcall '
lop quality
log poiltlon. Wrllo Box 41A
SCHOOLS INC. c.* Cilnatvllli Sun and glva tducation -
NEWOH 372."42 txparlnaco, .,c.. for appolntmanf .- 36 X 8 2.BR Knox . . $1795
r t ,xtP, K
Nom.AdOnS50. UPHOLSTERY TV ANTENNA" INSTALLER" 50 x 10 2-BR Azalea . $2995
City' 110 MW IJtrl SI. '.......n' lob. Old' ....bll.had
Still .... PUPS litlmitaa pick up and Co. Rtguiar' Noun. top pay, writ 45 x 8 2-BR American .. $1995
Phone HI''..... compiata background .'c.. to Box

__41'a-A--<" Oalnatvlll' "'! Sun. 52 x 10 2 BR 11/2-Barh Carolina $3295
This VfeeR ,

i 51 x 10 2-BR Titan . .. $3195

Campers like new from $399All

l l WHERE ore 'in beautiful condition tome used Ili

; USED n only a few months. No reasonable offers

: LIJ LJULLI LI LJULJ > will be turned down, trades accepted t. low

I down payment easy terms.





: TJDltrCAN ; hlpdt tR f/ Whil. cHytirn,101 kg NW e Uth goal St.lime f* visit thtHumpry i 4820 N.W. 13th Street

Dumpty ,.rtle..I., nolle lhauM' ka takan .(

f .f tha .,.el.I. Hiad en Thurta'y end Friday nightt.Tke .
YOU USE .LI formor to Stack Night end from.l'9 P.M. you : I. GainesvilleBRAND

\ may tnjoy larf Oalmonic* with, kakadot

Extra Money o ::1 f 1 .t.. lewd .solid and hoi ells for .nly' t7f. Fries
w '" 5-9 P.M. Friday I Ie on Old-Foahlonad Fiih Fry f..>

Each and Every 1 luring, fo, 97*. .11 the fresh Codor Kay mulltt. kuihpuppiot -

sod col* slew yso an *...
Month Cur .nd dining ream ....Ie. .! *.,1.., .f i!

k.es.-I..k.d ,..d. i i. ...,'.I I. ev.n day ajf the
Year Round?? ..Il- wish, 10.39 A.M. 12 Midnight. r- I


L E E I S U I 0 Pun for not only young men
PUSSY LAKE CITYOCALA BUT young women too. 1030: A M. to 12 P.M UNIVERSITY

WE NEED. Itdlrt' IRADINTON with .,.... 44.INES Open.t ring*. ".M.poor 111 dele 11 PJL III' MW in* si. Charcoal Slaa Room, SmrgabaafdV I I'
.. ..,_ 1 Sandwich SWIll Shrimp. Cocmall Hour I1 1. I
ant $ a/11154/ .hi en> N "MOM, Itro.DINING .. .
work In thai own ......... Mfclwn an TapPLIASAN drlM far m* .prlca. of I. Dan*
tailing Claiiltlad Atvarlltin. Pit.S ATMOOPHISISCHOONER ing til s A M. ta Bobby Vinm-t 3 BEDROOM
Miami I Maraid Inlaraillng.challangIng ROOM Combo A Richard Partart *rchatra. .
pratllaMa' worn tn.t not S.W. urn w. PR aXO.HAPPY .
1 can not you "unlimiiad' tutrac ITALY IN GAINESVILLE? /IMAM.-IAM.
.n manthly.V6U 10 0.... by candlelight" m in* delight.M 1222 W. 9.15. "... HOUR I ta PM.-
*rmwnr of ItelylMANARO'S 1 Cacttall for ma pric *f I.
wo.5 M a High tnmmit.lion This f'' RESTAURANTtptclalltM A PRIZE STEAK? VI chert SINS at 10x56
special good on rsltoa5toNk.
bass. and will M th. ,n51i5151 DAYS Our 14 at. Mrtom far U m .
....... m Leiepn* Pitta. DIM and danca klordlal
Cltiil- and *ther ....._ lleilen Pood.UN Or than** from variad O ell. tttnatpnr.

SIPS..... RaprtMntatlva All tarriMritt' In art your pra.ttelad. Hawthorn* ... frit PM.tntat DUTCH TREAT THE ORLEANS
.. $2.00 1 above Item and (t open CMoed 11.10004LARRY'S IIOt W. UIIIV. Ace. 4M NW IJm St. ffMlfl
PULL training, .,_ In Miami' GENERAL GAINES ONLY
with all *>p.uat paid Evarycompany STEAK ROOM
CMrtan, ... ,..... StoOtlarvlng
cooparatlM I* auurt 122 w" UflhoerIIt\I' A_ Paatvrln! U.S. .
Prbss and Cnato
lo non commercial CoW'sInnerl was IS to IS
auccan.lane r Opus M A DAY ....
your z I4OUI. rant f AW to. PM 51 pr00sn..d .N -
\\W' PR/PER 05,11.0
... 1100 5 w. 1215 It. PR .
1104W 'JIll 41354
,5040 with SISPO e.lld New Oriaam nylel SS cennALANS
Vou 11541110 1504 1.,10,0 SSI1k4 vtrlisore only. Each week A&WROOTIIEER
.. A typewriter It helptulbut III CueMyo P1541 STAND
net auantlal. You multhav
a private. ........_ line M KW tm stPI2IAH 'UNUNg OS
M party ".... 5- F U I a now want ad tptcial ServM. Noon II-11 NI P M. end ..* VM frM. LtbatatfSHELLEY'S .- y..neCo. .....

...1lctHen loiter. 4 M P M. lit S.SS P M. 7 i IIyII P.eoerem, -, Prsmm.Aq 51OPM
FRII 001011
pleat Blve, Your full, ........ P.00.n. 1011 Wtit Unlrs.51ry. 01 5y.
..... ...-* W V.,1y "..
mailing' -
will ba offered witch for 11.> W Unhf Av.. artat.
and telephone number.Olv 6.
ta Nw .ot Ave. COCKTAIL KING
and' *employment vour ego. huibend-t bath name your I I BOWLING in-tin 5Mt. In* dtltvtrv.. LOUNGES I

pen work hiitiry, an* MOM 1 I BOWLING Of no ._ ..
your kuibandt, W* MUM. aa. it. Want Ad Spaclal PALM LANeS Party rack M* star* Prffttt
....I..* roy5O 155. .both .bullneu 1' Open ADVERTISE IN THE THf CYPRESS LOUNOE
S every nkjnt ler en.leiimenl
.1.! + yevr f,*n* Ahrw.hro fan Mutt
end parton U frm t A M. to I A.M.at S. wNUey" DUIirawOs'
WriteNO Pro M.w,, 00055 SERVICE DIRECTORY .. A. V. U. Thaw MOBILE
PHONE CALLS c Phone I7I-M1I. .-. *.... P*. paU4 lit NW StuN M Pe ._ II !


| HERALD PLAZA I 4920 N.W. 13th St. IIII'I

MIAMI, FLORIDA 33111 CALL 378-1411. I'I', 11iii/
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1 0 $ Cloon out the Closet & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra CLASSIFIED cash Person to person ADS odi are for non commercial inert soiling merchandise priced I

LAYS 4 LINES 3 at bring' $100' quicker or 'I.*oction.' with the selling price stated 1" the* 4> No additional costs for ads that require the full 10 day. No refunds for ads that

DIAL 378-1411 A Courteous Ad.Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.

10 PITS 6 SUPPLIUPhono 14 W.PSo4.0IS frtptrrf IS H."... Mo,. Mt IS HMMI fOP St II H..... tW S.I. IS HMJMI for Sole

yaar old W.hll mare tor Nil, laSS owiity, and oiumitptymont. <. roducod. no ctmmrMlon. 1 noo. C*. I RM Itrgt ttnwnod I IR CCI Seat 1-14
44MT34.POR Kmt M morkot. M X MO ol Ui "'.. C." in. r.. I bothv kltchon twippod' paag.I "1.rga It...,.... tvory Ia Call 2714341$4dObocVr w ten
lot Modorn ottroctlvo. I IKhouM. out tltor I and HI day wotkondi. PHA tr VA. 110) Nl lOtS Tor nanld.ya PurnMiod, High onddry. .
IALE II "' .. old' AKC dIal tar pormonont 0 r Hueh Idw...... M* 1/""". bll Mt II",,.. Writs Dr. Jot
rrg _.1. "AG I. C.,' OtIs Onvll. llyt Ook. PlorldoIV .
.jIo. 4111 NX Hlhj It. vtciiion, 1101114. Shown by IPpolntmont 1 bodroom, I ....... t-room IromthouM Anolho .booulllul M rlck"oriflln. ;;'ii.l Vary trtrtcllvo t IR. I bttfT
Ttrmt.Rofctrt Slow m. nko ntighwr.hood situ construction 'In WlmborlyEitonn. OWNER I IR I both. CCRHomo. I. .
-BOB WHITE QUAIL N. Gen_ IrokoTCMotlind. I*. Shady lot ...... Add your dtctrotor-i Lot IM I 11C Noo ...tor.tor ki t>c. .SAdgSbSpboad1
Drourd ouoll II.IS ooch "' ....... 5115,0. .ot. T..", .. wtlitr Ihrbbt ,.... "". 1. tla.o. II (Ilooli point, Trtot 4 ohrubo. Noorchurcho. Ltrt* M IM M, Monthlypoymonto
tIm. Patidad accordlr,* te -- lorldt J.J>>4 I =: :'; Idioms .S00. Cal tnd 5*. ........* iwvOHiotlon .... only S7IH. Ring end
N 090 tnd tuonllty SUMMER HOME i io-HWiiiii II.: S SN i Sacto I, Lloyd" lUIyr.... bulrdtrlTt1410' IorI. W.l5 55 ".._ WH" /TACRE
w 441 005) AlKhuo, PlorldlIIAMESE At mouth .. Suwonnot RlvorLtrto / 000.0 Park. $331 450 SM 112 I IR. I MIM, '1.. ..... with rlr.. wild Slid _.... StrIp" LOT
ooolpolnt' klttonb' puro.brod I IR. CCI compttloly per ..... or WIll, roil lor tli per I*. utility ""., control hoot, ... MastS. w_ -"kII I Irond now I ... S bom Clhomo
CUll .doll. F w...... 1 ....,.. .."',-, lore* llroploco' AC ..... Phono PR HIMrR 5-tor ..,...... Lot II* k 171'. NWlocoilon MlnM PHA llhoncln,. lltutttd on ISIS Itrgo wood
464IMI COM tl Mil. troth w.ttr "."ng "" I soar tiom ochool Phonir 145* down ft lion In.cludo. od laId londictpod NW nth
1 ttm.lt III tocn .Ion. "tlr ; =:ha' M on
., .. conditioning ion* Iniuronco 4 t
Hthomwnl ldl. NW
wymonTounwl H.... Av*. C...,. hoot 4 A-C Double'
...... Sod tlhor '
opoclol Mfturok ..
Phono FR Mill. LlvoOok th W Phono PR tMll.1XCLUSIVE .
corport, lorgo oloc.kitchon .
famIly room
Only I coot MUST SILL Or WP4Pa'day I lad.room.
CHIHUAHUA' I wm.AKC par down tndminimum
puwm Pit.Cl -
A ..... _ IN''' CII Con" tnd much "' ".GOO
Tiny lovoolo. ond "'". co.it, Coil 174-441' toot '
Hwiit; ,.... Sonlo Po, 4 bod.room. htol IIMt wIll 0151 AREA will' movo you ki lot Solar.
IM 110I... lad Itont, Tronton tt HI] Northt.M Ml Ton
:;1'.r: I
3-i044.. '.! I dock botht Londicopod_'" olhorbulMlngv I rtc*. lor HO*. .. CUITOM IUILT tar modwn 111m. OUTSIDE CITY

FOR bALI Hovo ovor IM _III. control hoot In o.eoMontcondition. hay DIRECT PROM IUILDIRno I IR. I bom. CCI lImo hoM mil, with M mtlntononco Ovorin No City: te_ on Ills' ohormlng""
hounoi lust In trom 1t>t North D,. C. R. Hook, Milo loin .-11I1..... ,,,_ tlHomo. ol tuning" I...,.,.. Clow t* ACRE ol norwol btouty I IR I lath Cl horn ... N W.
Door, POM aid Coon "_. .... .... or call M... Aiion Orohom, modoL Tho com lots town INC for .,, with.' Vii will boor ..0al. C..".. loaf. SOlO.II Jtm AiM "kitt *uh d* City II....
SnOt too llrd Dogi Como Up.Pi15950 Wlntor' Pork 44440M. .homo with oirollont, llnoncln' worth MirubborvITMIO ...In.... In or tmtiiortown li0$5., 1Ir."IC. aol mao, with ..' tiro-
oouiiy' tor ..,.... :::-T..tl AA'
Ul N.
413 44ldiritl0Yt. : : W Nth Avonu. Huh ., what h.... kool. procllcoi -
WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD Itfworm' Inc.174-7171 OC'_ tWrltt Ollrmvllltwor 51.0. HOOT II.... Pat ...... ft to*

12 Mobil Htmti ftr So ItLowtll Ro* I P10,110th rolor, tptcoiliin'lCIt* kiAOI. {75* DOWN m CCI homo byowntr lot 411-A C-0 DO IT YOURSELF uUIII-tJII.

LAOS. I mIllS No. of __ ..... .'-. ond J,. High 4 >*. I bolhi. I cor .cnroort Cl" 'UNDOWN aid II 5.0 0 rolalr" .
.I" oollnl toMLling.I. SCOWl loncod
OR 4.0750.Cedar. bockytrd mi ,... MM down M I-Ia will saIl 111I. soIlS aid III UNIVERSITY
.' dlwKv 'kl control PlorM.Wo .. NE lag AVI inim
It .... ....
twonckit. 5.0 5.5.0 ac's
...1111... buyer wlm fMA
Ir_to fat 101..mliot.TRAILER """ .'. ''" ollvtry Key Shoresfine MOVING TO ,JAX HI W por m*. toilor toycloiln hi IN n.'oa.larS ......... MaSs

uo from $2250 I GREAT trork -""" "' will CMt. Clll 1711411 for Is III 0051.. REALTY
MART homtilttl trod booullrul nail fowl ......
Hwy 11 Oooh I to I non-watdrfront from SI' 5 I 0 .homo In Moyporl trot tor yourOolnowlllt ALACHUA REALTY 1111 N M.ln' |t.Ph .
tilt P.nikt' Phono Kt-IOSI CEDAR KEY 3341 or 3831 1 .homo tr ...-. jn-usi
Cuttom built for (roclout" boKll LfTERREALTY AHMlOlOlJJ W. M Man_. RooHoT
NORTHWEST I ...... Huo PlaIds Room N. .. lot It. 17H44IArlo A......'.. ..
Marina Locations
TRAILER SALES _..'") Ptmlly Room, ..thrtobodroomt T. SoilS. ...ltorHOME 3 5. Mnta.psola,, PriM Soby.
I IS Scht.li & In.tTuction tnt Wilde Rood N' here ."''" komt ..0"I M.... .a* Alolt soy MCCalh 7. C.OSO15I5. Jr.p..UI .
NVESTi focllltlti Mtdtd 10 ._,, .
At kltchon
Pain tact 174J I or dtn -- -- -- -- -- --
HIGH SCHOOL I 110I_. .Many fsab.noa.Ilodp4 ---
I at $oms. 'roo 0olial., A III a r loan :, "" 'i. Motel! Locations by toworln 'lOW" ...., RANCH STYLI
ac....,. P. O. Ia. laddI. J.ckaaasVilla. KINO TUDITIOHAL
Will .
ITM. '
tr silt Con.tocf
INVEST occommodatloni Homo I mar old Ml dollroMOllltlowoiid HUNTING LOOK!
Pta 1211. MORILI HOMES :
1 Huh Edwordb ., AllMOormon. '
NOW. I 4110 N W Ulh It ....d.d .. .. "' ........ ITMui Itt "OTM.1143 Sntronco Pamlip toyoror Pna.

MEN I7M11I .. I DAVID ANDREWS- LITTLEWOOD'Ai i"7lu aId.Pormol Lh>m room f 554. ECONOMY :::r54L1' I ktm, torrtu.

GET A MAN'S JOB IA'HI, KU4 .... ". Control hoot, _.. 2 bo'.... W. _"to5ad.Ilda lot, llrocllvt COMItlON.holthkorhood.. M woodod Mil-
SPECIAL : buliMn kltchon tot 'ki aral ot big boMitllul -
Do You Have OPIHATINAi Bulldoiori Orodort, 104 lif lot tor mobllt ........ REAL ESTATEIS ki ond out. rkt newly roducod doctrtiod lorgulck trooo Kit $_. buill. M If lOlls II. only tt.Mt. uo. down,
I DrogllnM. Kknon 4 IcioportC HIM I Milt e.. PtynnProlrlo .&... Clll Vl-HtX 1441 NW 10000. 5.0. 11-- dISulal.Cant,01 M ..... Plato Vt-Mi
.rn top wign. Wo will' Oral Par tppolntmont, call Ho..... fiat. S.I.on I llthA: .t.IN hoot 4 olmndltlonlni'
A Room.Apartment, you on our ODUIgmont In. ,,.. VA PR 0-KUt You'li lIla Itl Call llt-ltll SIP.Sp5. LUXURY outilul Htm of Nomot 'ttiodol
.. Writ toASSOCIATED LAKE WINNOT I or I IR. colMlol ityllm, 4 50. I both pmokod
ooorev Lilt THAN 51.015.MODSII4
113 3 OR Mcml
ty \\\ul 1 4 both homo, complotory turnwolliomucopod '... bulltHitar
hHjIMC M ot tlvlnl Ann,. .11" room> comiioro
or I AVAILAILEPragroii Mobllt Homo Ptrk Control, tool, tulIMn, kllcnoiliPIP.IPLACI 'I P M wotkdoyt.Phono HOW.. OR .MMollor Wit Lovol with tlf lh"". 511.5.0. maoy ....... .lIIng
HeAVY IDUIPWtNT SCHOOLS 4 Mlloi North on 441Ch.ntt kite Sod ontlauo ill room -* U"" midom kit. U" M. Phono irtMrl.mDCYiCCkJ .
House to Rent? alIt W. KENNEDY BlVD 9. Norrli" Mgr.Phono Decorolt tit of towtli, w I I brick conitnictlon IU,"'. IU lUy IIAPPINIS.Tiii Hi famIly room 4 P4tlo. CHOral
T'I"P.. Pit, ,.. 016 1071 44114M cloth with cut. itvibw kllltn.l' .W urn w. in 50.IRHr ly '-1:' :' a:. .. $1s14 50.. hoot 4 Alrcondltlonlni' IM Ml.yord And m botwoM ort tn* kttt now
Idtol for ChrKimti.Prelluom 5.111 .. by Homo voluoo M Oolno.vlllt-M, lIsP
i 22 Sptdil StrvlcM TAKE OVER .."",on" M "S4 All H.W. I IK. Lt. OlolagSm. ALACHUA ItlIMIS. 'H(. ;ONTIMPOSASY I .1 S haItI ,lond Court IUI_. Throt aid 4modoll I"
....,.. daubll dada 1r.1I".bll. klttont odd fun tt tOg 4 "........ ,.. corMrt PAlconr 1HVUIrHjrnt ....... 55S pa' gAdcil45ad SIlls 11X40 t* III:lot. 14 ...
datA Ir.llor. Cat lUnar PR a. on. conlr.it tcuioaod., .kordor lot tory ..._. I. ... 15.4.0 Oponlng ovory IUA. INI M. tl tlyi b'd .. .....'. 55105435Fat ,
A : vacancy WI. adds mom ...... I.." itltchoryPttttrn macb tr will Hntnct rttont O* 5'l I PM. t PM, ktgin. gorogo. Plrooloco kl tomlty
SERVICE m.5oq FEDERAL QUALITY' 4141; Iron.'" I rmllfii dl- 11. .... 10110.11 14. 3331 N W. (1 Pp.Camp.rn :. Con t..t i A-C PKICIOon .
nctloni.wno.ior.. cost VIII 'M I SIGHT, AND O'EN 70 OPPUI.. Inttffii.tloil' a r .ppolntmont ,. .... ,h.*. II,..
COSTS YOU MORE 24 Ttrm quipm.nt HOMES INC. 7M NV* :NTH PIACI 00POOIO. I ....... hIlly sir .S.d.Il.mI. ,."I.k Midi ".".*. 172-1471. w vliit, Sills .tfli..
.10 N W. lith It eilnoovllitPR TIt'rtr-41YO' ....11 III eolnl for ISlip.lta.o Imoll tot toy Hio omlly VIal Satan ... VOULL lIlY IT IVIk. tit PSI MIIHTH will 1551 141 hid ...... ..4 hills T..,....
than the ad that i VE TOOThV your CUI CADET Mill WoK .......-. Mgr, add ..3 con" far imlpattars to cut Orals poynwiK only' TIME" I otic" modoll SILOS III ply peblclpai. Mo I.... I So.
I., 0.5 ... maul'' aol hcluain' tornt ondpiin lot
TRACTOR tor 000ocaltly K4 w mantn your I IR horn ot your
now tnd btro.dy IEFOP.E you buy uo ut 't __ ______ I modorn
.paclai tiaodllng. lard Os all.I In... 1017 12JQ
for noxl H_. Apprwknoioly pam.clt MIllImat 4500 patl.anI
In Moollo
iumm.r Goinoivllio sun, ....'u.. .. IV OWNI5TSI, so. .both hout.with am.
will itl I IHer.1 .. ttmpwtoly
coin -
rent 1)1 doting h
FLORIDA MOTOR 4 EQUIP CO. I 11 will to choow tontrol hoot Low down vndor PHA lovortl to 0 S tfrom. 0
Ml I. VaIn, 8t tr Mlonjlh. Crag Doet P. O Ian 11. OHMIIH rocondllltnod Iron th. ptymont Oood .,....
ion II. Mth Pioct. CHI
: Itotlon New Vor II N V. II.... to m. root n *. tttn.WARNIII GAINESVILLE'S '
Pl',, Plainly. PATTIRN MUMUR, 112-11I1. .
W WISf MAN, HooltorIII _ IP IT'I RIAL Stars CALL378J521
what your 21 Food 6CISNTIPICALLV FortiliiorWo PaMoil MarI.tp. Hlllcrait. Wlndo HAMS. ADDIIIII aId 10... ) N. Mom ItICI IPACIOH0MI. St _. Low J
$ .AI5EO ..... sin Ptrk. Monor.II boIl poymadl" Mul M .oo 5. YEARS AHEAD COMMUNITY BY
vacancy. COSTS 0004" Say. ""Id. Call Arch" .5. NEW POR 11411 Ml doilgnt Cl HOME 1 l.. 1 both. lit aDpda.lal.d SI 1001 HI "111
2.... 346A AdO WIIII.on Caloff.N yoon In Iho MoMIt Horn moro loihlont to knit, cnxlwl VIal. III. LR 4 OR comb, Olouod-ln, II. I 55. I "bolh.. Is IlYlng BUTLER BROTHERS
I 0 .onc luiiiwu, owl Pluo I PRRE potiomo, om.braidorv. porch 4 full gorogo Lg londKopod roan. 5p.arO'S IIn'ng .-. II"ICIIIII. ,
YOU EVERY DAY doll.' elo...... kid 11 llllll'HtrrlbAioncKto
lot w Irrlgotun pum IWall. Salty built M lotturoo, wm. I. '
COASTAL III' .Ma 5arnwd," for.121,50 hay anailabtaas ten. "SERVICE HAS BUILT can,. to, now Noodiocrtft Ctitlog' Mony olhor wlroo phil t htrdwood floors looutllul ,... ;
until it rented par nut nolghborhood convonlMil ttKhooli wknroiy torroro. Call 174-414 or pass I III It
: will) olw 051100 Coll in tordmlvorod VAI.UEI U COMPLETE QuiLl
_,, and .hopplnt' _'or. baa JI2.... altar 1 P. M.MADOO"AilfTii..
i'lF prlct Phono 411 IJMI, PATTERNS m d.lac., no* Ouin PALM VIEW ESTATES
O>k Croit Inlorprliov In I.Hawtnorn ., I Rook. Por ....'"n"., t........ ....| ot 1114 Nl tin It 4 tall R. I. I both, ,
., ,,.. MOBILE lotty. twnor tt 1711114 trtor I ..
RENT YOUR LOSSIS locjntinowl II..' .. wlrod lor .toroo. InchIRQ McCOY'S -
: P M wwkdoyl *r tnytlmt WOOS' 1 MO down I,.. NW Hot .

: PER DAY IS: 28 Llvoitock & Suppll.l HOMES 11 LOTS POt SALI ondlII3I-. I ,,. PR LIIM or PR 11144locolod $16,000 up /

01 0(115 NW lOW II I IR homo. InWttt 15115 __ lamOlt ...... MACOMAHOMES .
Ii CALVISIbIU0.d. IIFOSTilCart. 200: LOTS 100' *MO' Pork .
lot *
HO ...' "'.. .. ii.. *tr day DaIry ,.."'. ....., Isa'. Plata. .It I2ftI Jet 101 1 440 441 South 372-0328 $300 down OallOOI. on netp lorgt_corner. __lint INC. LOW FHA DOWN PAYMINT I

IO pw ..... IIM per day 0000. Pta.Call .1.1513 CCNNOLLY W.Sao. do"O"1I1 aodtd_ toOl and Phono$62 PRJOHIIUNNYIROOK por mo 0= .: OMo acd Jt.CC'HOMiii.T ...:;: I NOTHING DOWN VA I

WANT TO KNOW HOW to pnwortytlnlih Mobllt Hofrt loi.fc" Inc. I 4bodroom I pilcad' frOst .,..$. i U- 3 7451. THI 'JIFPIRSON"

Ul Mr "'.. 11.n..., diy your hog. fv morkit Thon mobll. homo.. Many 'O.OYCI I AIIOCIAT. IHC. I **, I both., I (.,.,_, ama. ; : SAIlS' $100 Closing Cuts /
.. .... RIALTOS *
In md M 1 tlnoncln
comt ovpioin haw floor pi. y..r Tra.a.w -n. 1111 ...,. pay I
.d5.r.,.. s2np.reay you con to tItle |lob with CPACooooroMv. 0" .. out toooy 1 milt SmIth "I W. Un,._. '7"1 coatr-llnod" will e_. t... .bu'.I"Wall' corpot o tplioncM In an ..... Ckormmgly' colMlol ...,.,..., -
I Mini 4* pw cmlP1r5 ot Oolnotvlllt"' on U. (. 441 Ph' IY OWNER, .....111.1 .Melon" i lot. pnnolod. Plo. ram loo tl 1H1 NWlHh 4104 NW tut 0,. ... nth AVI. mil homo .H tuiod with ton- ALL CITY SERVICES /
145 per ..... nit ptr day M. >aolnovlllo k;i 10 X :WO I.... *rl.llgt
3<" NW lOtto Itm ond liming :IM II,*. SW control hoot I ow .._ paY.m.ai ..,.., Nvlnf Nollco till ..H
VI ptr "'.. ti a day 0' Torr 374-1101 4WNRR MOVINOKII /
pe WYATT- 1011 5I. Nth Ploco. (SOS IPPOlDtod work trtl wlltlloundry. FERN WOOD MANOR
lots -1101 .so.. old I IR.. I *. ram _
371-lNh.114N1W5151V. kncnon. ond po.OPVSIO'OSO
VI par ..... .. HM per MyI 'UlL OODID J...." cow w.boolor RAILROADSIDING plotoly' ,"built,nl_...... Inclvdln.nntrM AC oil I.540CM ; ;n.i": Mama, hondy to Mo ....ta on.trotwo. .

cait wcoId Calf duo 'l" 4 Trailer SalesHomo LOT Civic. r..l my. >>rl 44 Hkltrth .... .... .., _. It. __ .. TKoro oto wroo M4VtKiiitiot
per..... 12." par diy moo. GwHiln.iv' *Md milk cow, It... ... ..._ .. 51050015: P1.aOll MON. .u0.cS..l75 Ilu04 12,250 up
Ull I. S.. Jowtil. I .,... .... A I ii'Ii btm kg. toll IlIad I
HAtS oommorclol tot wrtllroed ... MM two
I lorgo I ... "" 'II'IIIJ.OH
Homo M ... ,
... dm
boom .II.
Ml pw "'.. ., nil ptr day hind loptlit Church ki W. tiding Will ororf bait. ponoiod __ : born, SlId a OWoroM drOMlnf
Mobile Homtt
FOR-IALI -11).no* d- "ponlohcolt. : .....,. end AlritrooniTrovol .big to soil ton". Olvo' MIIMootery .tP'I 4 famIly room with' Mr 'L IAAANTLY lo..douaoad SOS. .... .. Mid triMtor wlto. It FHA ,
111 booS DOWN
W .. 1300 .. ... oao S tat II' I SR CCI $400
"V .
par "' ptr 131. "',," IM I mills Tr.lltr.Ocoll. PR 44SLAHOI > 0.9000 ;Ti.c': 3755(10 or aaa ...011I 4.., Sal 55 ... oMolag hit t tortnol living room with
faa ot Gull Hammock on RtMi ". Plrtt AKiWIt'" MomtDooior arab dining" room pluo tlomlly NOTHING DOWN VA .
Mutlrul taOs. In NWloctlM. 0403 00511 54 Hw SOIlS 50. .11 11'I I sos t
\ HI per "'.. .. Ill ptr say ._ .._phono Rronson. Plo.. 4W.H,7. Unco It.. ....,.. tdloconl to clh.limit room with S Mrooloctond COlt.
I 0t2.a; SIlo.' Simi; i Plod.PI.o.a THP.II lad,_, I blltl CC.trowrt. .. bMillhil chorry ponollng.TM $100 Closing
II 00 par .... H n par day 10 PITS & SUPPLIES 1301304 with. plod '""'" ttworcity .., 171. dnm. poMl "5" ..... ol Iho -M
wolor hit iMocomt
.. Itrgt :
Oul. ;
--W ,
I milaNorthI par lid DOW with, lit tnocnod two tor goroto $ '
SARI long ballad ...Ipo'.' s!.. asia Si 01 WIlds,, load. 000015"lu.t ... lit SW Ave New Homes tnd roor pttio will 75
p4t5Slld MONTH i
.. 1 12' WIDES -- MUthttvi plato M FROM PIR
CALL 378.1411 mow kltttn.' for MI.. A' rooultr fer". .,,-'. mom I j
"" moot kit ... Mill, wAd 'I"
TO PLACE YOUR _.......... PR 4-M47. 2 BR under $4,000USE Y Q, McCoy" Homot)7' toll. Inc.CIII In "oojl NVK IMl ,.. WALK TO SCHOOLS
CHIHUAHUA puopln I wm.
AKC. Tiny ""' .b''.. and htolthyIN OUR 14 Wtltr rtn$ Proportytloowg I The Chormlr

SUN RENTAL 441-1044.. Mrt. tars | ... '.en'.., RENTAL PLAN PURCHASE EXCEPTIONAL: .AlUII. 1,0,0. MODELS WESTVILLANW RANCHO GRAND 4 IR, trick Front C.loriUlt. Now flnlihlnf.Prl .

Porn ALI "... tvor lid Lo.r .lmn'adlatl dowO paynnant Loko Oono .... Accono N.. Opt | --.. I bolM ttody.tomily <.. $15,125. $US Down
....... M .
hound .lost In tram lilt North TOTAL COlT bit M povod Ihm room. "din.In.
i 000,. Pol lcd Coon H._.. DP CONTRACT WILL IE LEUlyr. toady tor .,..... Prk. Sand t Duly 10.' Ulh A..., rim room.IaN po-guol KMT.

...".1 tot lord' Do .. Comt Uo. tlnonclng tvolloMtDAD _1aows... Phono 1H-41I.- -- \'ill.,* CrtonCotonltl ...... 1M........ IMMir. DIRfCTIONSi Drive' Waif on 16th A... Turn
D L. ._.., .1-tt36. Cnittiond, SEE OVER M tcroo"if'i loot troM;man, ot 17th St. .
.,.. ,,_ Mc'.t : tnd _,.,..* "" 18lK Sr. 39th T.rreee. '
14-$. .. H.I, W.nt.a LABRADOR RETRIEVER ouoqlo.I AND BRAD tARSENLAKE .. patS Alas a all N* \1* M. Loft on or
Naccas W'III dads and dIp'VaU sINai" i Incl Sod 55515.S .
moo. old lowlllul itogt wtln 0ENRVATOAILRO ,.,m.. Moat ..t.... 00taba __.. I botkt IUILD"
... ... 1111On TO
,0' Rtodv tkotltld 'LANNING
IBM KEYPUNCH OPER. .r o good Mm. AKC .... Rt 100. t milt I. E. tf ...nlI ,.. SPaSMS 1..11co. Pomlly roomt Butler BrothersBUILDERS
doilrot loS In 4H ,-. .....,. ._. 371VoLP00 ...,.,_ Holohl.Ooon J.ry AH tily. .on omtncoi md ..... WALTER STUBBSInc. ..* .."'
net. till 4-t74. -- ".on"" tnd lundoyo not.tinowlkt. li ui give you

WANTIO AT OHCI "- Rowloi, ,.hD ..'AL'..ia .hll.- two, CIllO puaka.t.w.'h ,.,_amSic. J b 4 ....,_ Medal I. --v _..... mat* o' contfoctlna V0*"
... County tr -SUTIs- I p000 d(1o0 lorI CuStom ham.
port S.lmvlllo. Writ. Rtwi.lgh, 703 "W lOtS ... I orM. CoHGoroldorV. 0 McCoy DAILY I7MS4I >
Dopt PA| :13* I MtmpMi. Tonn. MOBILE HOMES. INC. Norm w H I. im Itrtot N) 6-7290
COCKER PUPS f. D. OLIVER I NI Mt* Anno* Tarnp'.ad. Phone 37 .5)94 OIlY .
SAL IOWAN te silt comptotadom. Clll oftor I PM NW I OthSt. 416th St. O"IIIHG1IIdvl" I tillS, M501* 3 or -
.. ..t buyell 10' S.c.S.IaISctu.ity. Ocolt-, ...ua Mlnord 441 I N City, Limit ,.
Conloct Tampa ,.11. -- -___ at IlyMi. Pal' 1'11Ie -* lrt-717 6-6302
do'" 0.'. Pa'amar0 Ls.aI.1110I" Howls WANTED tor lour onrH4I40T 5.. in to btir buy In Go _, 17t-1101. b... I atM Old litaani. PR d,.. (
Ask for our ifwtial a "ly IPatyldl I MOM MtMi ond. Mrd .. A 3 Bedroom Home
ItOt MW lull Rood
count pric.i. W. cannot and ...-. ronca'r mnicA HOUII f

17 W..k W.,$.. Male CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES will not be undgrtold, conild.ring e"-II1--' M
,_ aid 0054?. a pao.ry. IO 1511540 II MoO 0.DnrI

MHITI .Or lt hood work tt Mill tnd _.... 171IIIIif .23 Yn quality.Strvic l.porlonc. Want. .... N 00.. 11thAVI. SI.ISIictloo. ''II. I
ant SI' Slrly.

ama tny I. Woodord ki.datworO Slip" family J4M No ouponm.Try HI.phonolomuol ..... moM AOlVpCoo Old ,I It door,... t.|Hound.*..1... old It JAMEI'KINNCLt .Ii Kty OPEN CLOSED 8 AM SUNDAY-- 8 PM lull.. sag 5150' .5 lafI.PR : COMPARE! For Less Than $80 '.:i/

... H'. 471.40'

w do .nythlng.WH'TlIO"sty."Moon 17II O.CK* Goinoivlllt'l Htwtot ..... mot* THESE HOME VALUES p

I 3M4aaO.om -Jim. _III,.. Call I I1 IHIUMOU.LAKESHORETOWERS.* rtnit** IwMipf I E.P'v1iiUttCt': Kill/1 EEFOREYOUBUY lIi /

II Schools b I"e',.... r4Lrs'.1 \ SAVE ;N.0IHIWISeaolI.0 YES

U. S. Civil Strvlc. TdtttlMM .. n. Powon i '1. i v, : I ItnHrtctloll tnd wOW kt mad! Manor

; .Nawly .......to.. ..... .... k.tk. Mk. ,...... ...,..t. I "u. "'...... leg roody dr loroooitoncy cowl
_.... II H. Itorf Sips NOW LEASING .. wild _.
... tr.in.In I ..._IN. .. control RM.. ,.U bOO M
lia WWII "Nxy fncludoiS
n* WltU I _''''. Thoutond .> .504.U .....h... P.Olosgth I o... wtWtt .... ISM lilt H W. 21,1 As.'. 1100 N.W. 2ltk P1. and it

tat OMII. E--ionco oooony WI.0c0auY. scawswd push ISO ; N w. 14th ,.. SI4MO. 4 UI Tt boiM. foot an.i ,
PalS _...... tikm I ..... | pf aIM or IMN ... ondI I I' I ko M, PM d..< SlIP / | Inturanct Taut
..,_ .-1........... writ. flog from luddy'lM &.- I $JOO 4tw. II*.4, M >J* Mk PS. -aS. nt.rtif, ,
TODAY ivln* oddroo. aId I Uk 5.... ,.. SlfSO.I I "' ....
Lincoln = hm 444Mtimnviiit 4120 4121 NW 'tk
phont and
/ Built-in Oron
.-. Dr. 711 NW. lltk W. Toppon

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Real Estate ExamCOtISOS ktojvttfiol ..... '.** for 90 kM"'*lM ktick 4111 b 4127 NW,1tk p.

: .tt'oof >* .f *. M'f. Ll.b.ooy h.ausai Orii. _ / Iicla.iro Swim Club
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MEN 4 womon II .. IS u ". iiio .pptI_ .*4kMvtifoil i $9,000to$30.000 NorwoodHope ,
CIVIL SERVICE ......* fvnu*....
..-$..- 'or worwionoMM MOWN *y ABVAHCIPPOOITMEIIT / Many other tiel"II..
NM t4 wklck *. I
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1515 .
Hoy trow*. Mrvict w _.g.d. TNt tw* Saw eN 01 10 .. UM AM. Kirkpotrlck Cr Piorton features

AMm ii. JooS0'pIIOIIT1N0 __ hi.... the ....... *. :. No Money Down 5" 505450050 I.e
con I tunny. 4 **. I H" Inc.
HW, lltk A... Stoat.I 5 largo
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CXI *KVt TroMto I .. p0.43. ",: e. SEE IT TODAY
tocrottrttl CtunM (1_ 5wiaaml.q tut C iMrooitwoi Iiios =. W'.... atnW. Cl. Wo Trod Homo
Iao _r. Io.asaCai. Aero Pd 'MM Crovnd' Coorro Hot "': or Proporty
..... OrS .. AiM a Control Ass Conol a Uondry fMlUrit W. lane bil4a. 1500.h.slatag AtObfy poyWatatOs ::;: :: ==_ 50

'II ._. e Sttoog* Lockort C ferkog. Droo) Ckirft ..... ....... ..04a little at 56111'I l05I4O54be43OSIV
At C ti 5ht.d SttVoxlk : = 111am00 ALL "U* HOKlt "0Or
a Patid forking og biadnI boats w0VSNS4 $56.00 Smod .. 43
New Irick Homes I I_lltPHONE n Ii... Is 5h15. ,_ 5105by LIt EM P0l VOW TO OHto >

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t.aar I 376.4456 .......... *.*lt*...,. 71 PPI. .0\I..u Mil CMi.
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WI_.aeamaaI.-,._, 5155 37W I IOU I I SALES OfFIC! CMN 9 TIL S DAILY I $01 w.IT2.2517.. u. !ufld.rs and D.sop.ri!
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L J..k De Y". _.....,. m44l 01(55 05P415 SI 434 0(005AS.

......I..daS 143.t15. -. ____ t I2S MW. lltk I*. ......... ..1B .lot ., --.... 55* "... a. P5555
OPUN waS 00055 DA" Butler Bros. BUILDERS I PVUNH m-ISII *ata-, Mo... 371.1571:1

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'Galn.nill. Sun Sqnday, November 1, 1964 .
71 Mul..1! M.dkdpdislUSEDSPiNETPiAf''
--- 72 Office IqulpmentPRICES
IS Homes for Sele 42 Firms ft Ae,.". 49 Rooms Fee- 1.001NlCEOUlIflI4OM1 < 84 M..h" GooJgPRICES

IS Houses lor Sale I : VABLE

alIEN HOUU. mu 511. II.. 0' .... 257 ACRES lor meturtotudenl -ol"stO'Qqr-] UNBELI $2'50 CASH 376.5633Automotive
aloes' homo hi choice ,location. or business person ONTYPEWRITERS
JWK Encellent for family and ....,. Located NW of Oiineivllla. Plant 376-6046
lining.' 'Immediate pccuponcy. 015110,50 lllect's.in lollbenlwitkannuslpaymontiotgl _
2030 NW lath Ave. I IOON'T r NICE QUIET ROOM We undrnell everybody.HEMDRIX .
372-8404 174 for I more yeeri lie sore. In good neighborhood At
MISS THIS In wOOd. Pl'slly nom..I. 'rle. CALL 374-7$77. Buy Your Typewriter

IAIV TO bUY and ...y to 0WIt TRULY LOVELY HOME tel 01 onl, Sot psI' .cr. PS? do ILEADT* In d.ljJ"mild FURNITURE CO. Lowest Possible Prices II Motorcycles ft Jtooterl
clow loth St
LIllisorood erea. three badroom 1.111 col'' NW OUr Ave, -t cent on all
M Meloro Gordens te 50 par
2'* ml South' oervlco, UM ol ........ atoamURNISHSD .vinos ue
two baths, parquet floert tar ot Campus en ..... S IR, I baths Realty ..._ now end used perteoet .ndlI.od..d'
living room, Assume e 4v| drn for Dad, veer 'round comlortFrked University boat. 77..42J.. .blt. 523: NI SodSI. Mud .Foe Sale.NElW Sele prices Monde, MUST .CRlfICI .161 hIlly .111110.GlIde
Daoldsae Duo
per cent mortgege end St Ph. 1714351 only -
execute Illl N Moll Wednesday
right by, .phone FRteau Tueiday
second mortgage on flexible er FR l 1336.WOODROW. W. M.Munroe, Realtor ROOMS TV blocks I -T7 ArJIlMUAS, Ued price Open until' 4'30 P M Plh .1 permitS raquosl, 1300 millsIusI
I....... from compus *7S SW 1st AsCall .. M town g X U linoleum U SO itlreacreen UNIVERSITY OFFICE IQU''''. broken 'In, engine! cost. H-
WI 'THIOOreb you will like this, StAY Call we to see 'tin fine tree of 3/1.1" Maloltudeoti_ only.SI : tell III SO to SI9l flreKrern 2717 NW 4th St.371310S 300. m... on oiler Call 371 99 7
NEW Number throe bedroom, two both house The Mestor Builder ,lend ISO acres with S br I b.. Ul Aot.. e.. Itoves S2TIchoits altar 7 ,.M. Sunday thru Thurtdey .

In the Plnley section Hardwood -sACRIFIC home o tine mveitment end prlced Mug. Rental M end UPI ooHcese .
to sell. Let us show you this -
Strip floors Sli sod SUiDnnloli '
masonry construc sa end IIPI, Oeika. NEW ERIDGESTONE motor scooter -
.., SIC .
looted City
fine property manual.
tion. Occupancy before Thanks UnIQU. .rchltoct dwelled IKAILER SPACE modern racllner chelr SM Underwood eft ... electric sterling' 1250, 4211
A'Z eJ'o terms IIU you Cwrlamporany tn 4'l' wooded limits of Oalneivllle.IS I FOR RENT Mi II eauge Ihotgun '12.SO'u' Good condition. Call 371I73S NW 10th St Call 37.-4leO.
residence In eubuiben bed Sit Mi Dinette sets, jJIM
Kr. ,,
Acres with I br livable horns UO MONTH I. ...
NW dishes NEW 1164 MOPED W. c.
on overiiiod lot 101 a 3". 'or sumptuous country living' beds chaIrs' tobies healers
N avv.llrec lieu features throe Call Mil. Civalinb Nwyss North of town liVid rd, wooded Newborry Trailer park books and tontbooia, odds ond 71 Musical MerchandiseJp'lNEf ...,. tl0do ridden. Will ..II bo-
rolling lend lSeflln7) .It low 11.1 .,Ic.. M el 6111 NiN3Ilh
bedrooms, two baths lovely 171-3J 3 and,. We buy ..d sill.PAULINE'S .

patio central, heel, end only GLadys Smith, Realtor 10 Acres with t br home, on good S I.A Wontoe1 T. Rent ORSXRKepossesied St. 'h"-iS--"

11.7005. \11t W. University Av.nut rd. Weil of town 13 Acres Weil 91] NW Ith ..... spinal ergonStewme 14 AUTOMOIiLi REPAIRS
OVER AN ACRI In Klrkwoeo. bol."., .. down payNEW
) .. town, povod rd, Sotoo. 40 FOR iMMEDIATE' OCC.NCrI FORMERLY BRANTSUSED
Gracious masonry Home. ceo.tral ON LAKE Acres, with hauls W of town BR UNFURN HOUSI minI.OIiOLIV "tlace your ErWINtERIZED
hoot MUSIC CO.
two balk, three
bedrooms reduced price' I Acme..rlow Contact W. T. Grant Ce. NOW
PLUS another bedroom V. A. HmpltilMARY AcMIng machine' celculelor 0..1111' .no..I" Canner
and bath for ......, e role-' 374-4373 I typtwrlters. Perfect for Ohdente > 212.5311 III our mo'or lun.uP 1.01.
live, or for o study. Large leautilul' it bodrean.. SON beth ooroOaaorroreny MOELLER REALTOR WANTED TO RENT by Nov 13thfurnished Pnono FR Haoa. H..WI.'OWUI M000S Co.
screened porch fireplace' Ins. trainS ..., iooivg flit loll w. Unlv Ave. FR 4-4471 opt or small house AND USED PIANOS 201 N. Malls II.1I7.lt1 .
Caaaonabiy PrIced and ukowo LAKE welled lull Outside' the Gainesville Oreo. Mk. OliverFP. TV ANTENNA AND POLE Try ui ,before you '':'lio Our
III acral. '"leaced 50.115. II acn.p.avul priced I.
llmlll ore
by eppsinlmanb City of Oolnosvlllo A fire- 4-tlW $13 376-0456 pianos
.,..., hug screen porch control pasture, low taxes only Exclusive deelar for --- -- ------

heeling air condlllonlngend silO an ocre.'OROYCI ANTIQUE baby CllrllO' with par.aaoi. Seaburg organsGalneivlllo
52 Boarders Wanted
J.w.KIRKPATRICK. double car port ort lull i C $500CIATIS.' INC. Antique doll. bisque and NullS Center '11 .mbl"? H door .1.,11.

Oowsflkem.nyaulna fnlurnIn RIALTOS chine. 1013 W Unlv' Avo37154JI wood I dO-a slsndavd Oraos.missie.o .

1! Houses for Sal, 35 Homes for Sale the exceptional. homo t Hal .26 W. U.I. 3121035APPS WOULD rellned LIKi'lady i In lo my board home one Metierbedroom eldirly" ]7S.no) IX..II.nt t".........

RRALTOS make H a NEAL BUY et tht It I. *. A .CRII w.1t wvodpd with private both Three DANISH modarowaloel IIv. ,m. WILL trensler to responsible' perIl 1"0. 5701.MELTON.

WROIINSON' i4lGHTS' OU' 01 IIY OWNER 3 CI a olin horaifl 11 N. Mclii It. Phoas FR 1..04 lUCID PRICE OP S3S.000. Ideal building sue Nil' balanced meals e dey conilanlComponionshlp .50. 160' OIhSaa .ull", .... choice 01 tour eelnet' or cons_..

city llmlll. 1 BR, I both. "$udy.dauble NW section, torPhorePR .1. 0' laws. ASSOCIATeS, f. lehoo'' 17200. C'II .. For Interview, blow 0. sass. ..crlllce StOl was pl.... Pick up payments ot Wur MOTORS
capo'i. family 2-2633. Ploys Methleien Irene lunnall NIW I bedroom house Sod KM Seaily al..IS21. .n"l contect Mrs "Helen, Tinmen, welnut modem TV table, M 90Aotort liner Spinet Piano 1 trade bock
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built I In kltraea. Cart. : Capt A. W. Reece, JON Ret lining |ult reduced by HIM to I 10 ACRES Attractive loa lAd Keystone Heights, PIe. II..... J700. save SIM. Wurlltior Orgnn with m N. MAIN IT. PS 6.lSfl
IN Ira Is kowi or -
I lea air ....d. $4MO. '1110O ':l Levls Kirkland Ben Orlffln 511,500." ONLY 'UM down plus sound 4 motion pick up poymenli -
owns? Pavcsd back par.Seraaflad site Vi mile West ot city limlti -ROOM MITAL olllce ...... $151!
damn, .a. mOo OlIO .1 I.'b T... closing costs.I3M .- AND BOARD ILL wo have e ..1"I
bert oorch. C ft cre' off ot paved road Dry pinewood SMI .'iac.hopacb -
PR i MM. i at HP bench grinder IARL-S PIANO CO.. -
tat Robinson, Nice clean rooms Private home ony decor. -- --- --
pallo cant heal Small.. lie I tOy. DOWN Attractlvo J bedroom !. SI,100 an acre with terms.Call et 131 SIN tnd PI5i wrench w eeckete. soil KB W. ",nl.. A... 3>* ai'LOSI
-COLONIAL take up payments Ml me S7SJeel 1101x0 on Mr: boat welllaadscapad Dick Rohlnun' RALPHFOSSEY doll A dapdsvsan 1..111. 110.. 4072law GAINESVILLE
Realtor, 11 W. Unlv Out 1M4 model' Spinet
'Oth 51
New 4 bedroom I bath AILASI 'lot lull 3Vs mllti Ave 374-1350' Office-Desk Space Choice ef Unlih Hondo.
11* story
Section Contieet PPRHICT HON LUGI FAMILY from Oalneivllle NO TAXESI! CONDITIONER' largaln. II,- Walnut or Mahogany AUTO SALES
homo In N. W. I I
conditioning. built.In OR SMALL SORORITY, ONLY Ml PER MONTH. ACHES SECURITY' BUILDINS JOO ITU'l. Kelvlralorcles' loon. I Lillian Muilc Store
and air $5.
Conitructlon Like mw. .111 (4)) Bedroom High aId dry nlcily wooded It 101 W. University Ave PinS CUM speed Uard ...... New Sirs 111 S f. First, 11- 1007 N. Mats
kitchin Ridoeway Four (., bath home In choiceNorthweit I Lot ui show you this Sins homo. miles West ol Ollnasvllle S3.000 Office Space. Air Clfld.a oleve.tor now SI79 Cell' 370-1371. Flow,. FR Z.U IINorthcenlra'
Co 374-Q041 or 372 4424 location. 021,001Tenma. Kith I bedrooms, I balkS, C_ with taoS dwwa and 5.15 par m.. oft.street Janitor .
( Demand parking ,. Florida
N. W, 33rd Ct. i 'rOhilI and lovely" I a r g t Sultehle tar mohlls home. ,aanlc 1 ...II.bl.. Call f. 5.6456an
screened In .I..LTV rotor, 101. a mm movie cmos.Sri. -
GLADYSSMITH paIls wilt' sunken I.NUT TlW rQOttIndelllndont
CraM ,_. .Wars bedroom. flihpool ond extre imp lot be... Old NW 13th St Phone FR 4441Approxlmetely SERVICE Deals
two both brick home. Seperata Hugh towards. Inc. hag returnee) $ituliy "laldclpsd. A real buy beautifulbounded ENTIRE SUITE' Best Offer. 376-5509_
dining room Fireplace.' to Northweit Oelneivllle N 117.700 14 acres :9f attlcaa available. One or .11. -
Terms. N W. 31rd Cl. 123.001'1 WITH' 17 weaded. cr0.11 renal, thru Reasonable. 103 W. Unlv' Aye, .. SHOPSMITH SUMP PUMP Rated
pnOpevIy, Inside cloy I ni 155, call 374 1914. A. L. KaeL With llasaw ettechmentl.IRONEP .
372-5393 ..1111 under John Merrill on north by Ith Ave ow 1-
Newer man new con.structlon 112.10/1
two All brick fronts tension, on south by Old State Used Cars COM'LITIAUYONlOIILI
Three bedroom
COUNT'V nTATI with Large balks SHOO N. W. 33rd Ct.leautllul S R.al plotter walls Reed No 14 City weler endaewage 54 1u.1..... ....,.1.
lie 1 bdrm. RealtorMultiple bedroom chair" t
Family com'.r' .II.bl. Unusually good t rockert I ,
tm ... n of living Terroiio floori termai call for details. CONCRETE block tuiidng at un typewrltirt I oddlngj machine B&G MOTOR CO. REPAIRS
Near School' Acre Lots. N. W. 33rd Formica cablntti Lilting TOM U. GREENE Realtor a Sad St, approx 400 so. ft. record plover' new ell for lolo. Quality" Used Care
Cl.PACAOI. Phono F* 2-41.' last PRICES
Stable. far two horses.Ownar Sodded lawn HI 43312SACNIOW.300'lravl.gewnbew. for warehouse or .1.".'. S75Mo Cheap Call.. PRREMINGTON U561. Cadillac Oldimobile
wanti otlar AieocleteitMorcolle on ,.... er UO Mo. toMo 2001 NW Ulh St. ANYWHERESOUTHERN
MOOL.siisIIIy .
I 0' HaM S Air condition, PerdlW : .
ng ELECTRIC typewriter
Will finance Ph PR 23472.WISIM6II .
Wail Hills.1.uvumous. .nf qeanlty ... IXc.I' H, Buckhennen berry Road 7 miles West 51Gaiv..a REALTY Like new 1133 ISM executive .
lent Volu.. iii. any reasonable -- typewriter with proportionalipaclng AUTO
Well to T. O. zn.ouuf. tens, price odors er make entlor MALL werehouM, tor root; Phone 372 9itO Sales' 4 Service'
1 Wall carpeting 6.304: $16,350 $18,075 PARRISHPRESENTS for 0.1.010.*. DAN BYRD POOLE.CABLEMOTORS 411 N. Mam St.

Cu..m drapes 3 and 4 Bedroom Models WARNER W, WESEMAN RealtorPR 376-8268 F & W DEEP.WELL PUMP I7SIS7ISTRIKES
Ooub" .req.. MCKINNEY 4-1471 III! N. MaNl" 81 With tank 'In good cond

o Sep. Slain rOOM, ACRES el S15000 and 105 ITO" A WANEHOUSIpace. 3/2 SISI
par acre ____
PincH ItMO''t. GREEN another tract ol r* acres for I III Jabs M.rrill SSall.p.375aSod 2 IVESTINGHOU' DODGI-DART

2131 2144 sa N.W.tart 11th Av..u. DEATONREALTORS $$100 l c0s11 VA LACK built.trodltlenel ACRES,, o wonderfully, o tracts total,la of located HOW en Each e paved ot these highway WAREHOUSE' 7200 sq ft 'Nl Hugh SEPSIGIRATORS00cr en.lc IJS, TRVCKS I I-
homo 1 todroom
approximately six mllel dwards. Industrial, Center ler C.II 375-hilL lit II 111 Avg. 171 4141
Service Is our Motto t bethi. family room with North el Alochui end I'".. mllei rent.sale-trade. John M. Steadhem .

we have small homes. ACCENT ON VALUE old brick fireplace separate din.lnaraoen. from I-7S Another 4 acre per Sr .1 374404 or 374971. LIKE NEW 1964
Small down pavmeniaLarge PlOMl walking dlltanco to Lit I mine southwest of
homes, ISIS down, Hans ,ll tIll SOUlS Slat will lull tiowood end Woirwood Khool.' the col University only J. W. Klrkpat.rick FOR LEASE 10.001'". It slore elect.0.metlc twin needle slg.leg.
a PHA financing and your needs. It has the 'location building, W. Unlv Ave Price WOO Sara buttonholes' overceiti, ...cv OVER
31 N. Main FR
Mortgage loans. right by Llltlewood School' II LANaI FAMILY' lull ttio home, 1404 Agency per mo. Call Hershell H.,"... tiichei. ..,lIqu., etc Small balance BARKLEY

I Land tar 'Investment has I B R. 2 balha, Fla, room- $$150 l cash f FMASalasmeil A 4 Mdroomi, I balks, I. m 1 II 1 III FR 4-1441 or B" P. Mliell' FR only' III, or ..,m.n" ol 14Mlkelll
Or development. heat It II priced right only room children playroom* blow 320 ACRES 2-1 4-7391 per montk.
: Complete Reel IsletS SII.900 can be FHA financed piece, hi llvlnoroom, baautllully I HAVE ALL KINDS of buildings Sewing Machine Service MOTORS I
Service. One yeer old Owners have lindKopad yard Vi mile highway frontage, end commerclel, properties te 115 W. Unlv Ave 171-139 SALE
1.11! town and must salt You acres cultivated fenced and I ._
rent lease Call
er r. TRICYCLE, ".00. wailer, .150. "IN, THI AUTO GAMflARKLIY'S -
GLADYS SMITH should Investigate batons yet II IIIOdtI N I III. every NEAR UNIVERSITY.. 2 bedroom cross fenced pronut dod tobacco .y. J,. Phono 475-5411. twin5a.onsIIc ,winq $301 NAMI" ,
buy Cell" FR 3417. day 5.4 em.We I bath brick homo. Largo living- ollolmonts A reel Investment high THI
oh.ir KM Phono 444-3345
Realtor room with fireplace" seporoio et only 1129 per acre with 2201 N. Mem St. '
I McMEEKIN LAKE crc .1. buildins aol btlUllluI dining room and nice I. m 1'I 1 y terms C.llANOL1.. 54 Business Opportunities TV FOR SALE 31" RCA Works FR 2-437 61BuickSpecial

IMS W. Unlverilty Hirers 371.3'] II you ere wonting e year round loll ,II W."morl. room-plut e orteched study lull REAL ESTATE real' will San5aina, I 135 109 ,
I home olluatad on o oeoullful' lake ngnr tor working away from. C. L. Angle. BrokerO NI lllh Avo Cell 371.3)41,

eltractlve property conilltlngel family activity. Large wooded J. Angle, Aiaeclate "IRANO NIW" station, wagon red

a home end forty ecrei, would HUGHEDWARDS II'. 4404 NW lth St 374-4017 $1750 Monthly lofo beds sod chelra' 5.3501, re- FOR THE CORRECT with whIte, toP. vinyl In.

be ideal. 1 8. R. I bath 10 Acres diners SI* 0 Onockers II] II. I tenor, V8. out 0 mat I IC
YOU ASEj m Fla. room Fireplace Masonry NEW LISTINO Almost new 3 .bedroom High and dry lIkely wooded It Profit Potential verythlng ,ll discounted TIME SI

contlrucllon well 'lendiceped 2 bath centrally heated miles West of Cllnelvllls 13000 Prime auto Service C... WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER transmission, radio htot
iprlnklar lyitem 1330ft and elr-condltloned. home on it d Sag ..
with S400 odIn per mo / In Hawthorne' Rd. 37] 3 37 FR2.1411CourtllV '
lake frontage Located 12 'Urge 100 a 200 lot ,In Wlmberll billable for mobile home. 'oro".d new ihoe-
miles leaf ol Calnewllla 2 ml INC. I I.."... Built.In kitchen un II.. Ernest Tow Realty plo 5G.nlar now ...11-. UNPAINTED, elwst corner dIsk, Of ,495
able' for lease to
quellselected bookihelvei II for the group
South of the Pelelke Hwy UM NW 13th St Phone FR 4..641
j fOR In! Juit III. place for real living end 1927 NW 39th Dr. MASON MANOR Neat bedroom, IIId bu.I..m. MIII Klnceld' cherry twin bedi 13'., University Chevrolet

good tuning call for ....Inl. 1 both home with control hsal.ln will be Cr0016.Id
mini PR 2-3117. 376-7971 end air conditioning. Lovely 43 eolo,..' Property with the belt training eachCOX WAREHOUSE h. MeitOt. at 16th A o.Complete '

fenced rear yard makes ideal. available" In the Industry SO JI. Main PR f-437 62 V'wagen
: 3.5 ACRES ploy .r.. for children Convenient LOTS and paid while .
to schools.RANCHETTt I am lnldroood S '"' seawr.ai training Financing olio OrLSPAcEHEATER-
Jell the Ideal' area In N W location gh': 1c. j jm.ns. Deluxe 8
lots el na Call available to ouaiitled Indlvlduel Drum Inc'udrd. liD bus passenger

1 $$65 J 1i1@ Plenty to,ol a trees beautiful and privacy home -- FRED 10 homesltes, too. Approximately tin at 316511lor. Call W. O Infer-lot- Call' 174-9105! clean

ocree each Located MOVE IN
Near town Juit outside I h e m.II... *
City Llmlll. and on e paved on Newbarry Road Juil New CCt I bedroom one bath 1895
road Price I It ,.. .tic ,Inveitlgate two down, i veers on balance .homo Low down peyment. Loceted SINGERSLANT0MATIC Stock
bIlls line property III ARNOLDREALTOR N.I. U'h TerrMcCoy I I

\ b lore you buy Call FR I Ml7.J M.M.PARRISH day 3717200nlqnts Builders VERY SUCCESSFUL... SINCLAIRnation linenciei '
1 dm Oar I. some I of
ffi > ASSOCIATM' 372lOllHOMIS 1 III paoail.$11. Cell PR o- Aypn.S.' wllh m.sot did.11'. does.Masa".nsr0111's 5.0.I ,. I 62 Mercury

Ouy Irons ftuHerworW SON SAl E 1m. ",noo,.., -. on oun_. 8'1M'
tot i. W Devil, H. 1. Wllllhlrl a S bedrooms, SI I4WI 1*. 47th ........ ... 'OY ..' of"_ ,, Station wagon solid white
MWtipl.LlllngLITTLIW000WESTW000' ..... Smell down payment SHELL okeuCp.. y. ot IT per me.Diot 1965 I with block end white m-
.: YOUR CHOICE ASSOCIATES' 'Inc monthly payments S97 to Sal cell write llmmy Chile I I
Garages & carports 1 .odr....., I both Pour to H Wayne Hill Helen, Oraham Also' homes built on your lot by 0... Del.' Oelneivlne", Buenos tenor full power tnclud'

I. Plastered wal:i M c_.. from FHA Value. 11)000. Carolyn Pooley Mary parrlshIt wilh no down p.m..I. Oft.PI *. FORDS Ing air conditioning, clign.
.. 1)4.ON ond two ol N. I. Pint. Street ,
Formica cabinets SII lit. WO HIM. OIL CO.Two r V ontennae. SI Ungia' stock. 07 I

: Built-lt, kitchens down Tel. No. Ill-1171 If 0 U II lor Idle I. tnlwvdiyraiohborhood double. stack 11300 complete kit. 1795

I or, t b C. Cent ht, owning Jim VIOlas, 410 NW sos Avo.WC .
Terraixo floors frhly pairled.Clods excellent service station Induing T..I'... Mug.
windows I blocks to Khool _
FORDYCEFEATURES I. P aw sworlll 515,.. WAN 1-- "
TO buy 'halo model usedrefrIsolators.
Bath vanities i ledroomi, I balSalovely wooded Low down p.Imeal. Call 17. locations available, for Immediate Exceptionally High t...... G .1.I 11 I i, LIe,
All city utilitiooSidewalks NEAR SCHOOLS ,lot., Central h..,. No city ,"' lease. Three weeks 59 Buick
: I br. I full MISs. CE Ia kitchen te>et. 121,100 will out I Maulterms. I training, to assure 'wlLSOrTs'lEXCHANGE '.1.1....., FolconitSHAW, ,
specious room,. Immediate occupancy .
4M COLORID RENTALS success. Financing, available, 111 S I. ,let Street Phono PR ...." 4 door ."don.i .

UNDER '$20000I NOW RENTING Contact Mr. Henry DeloacS, DOWI' ING"B UFHOtSIERV

$11,250$12,550 FLORIDA PARK ...r...... I baths, 101 a 140 .toot OPEN HOUSE FR 25333. Chairs low ao SS No money i $795
: 3 br. | b Ocalo block one sore 'lot Fenced beck yord S, W COI OIlS ultramodern I IR duplex down .low 01 S3 per month

I Ask .boul OU 'Daublg You Sirs, landscaped Shown by location Central. heal with ownIng ,.."1..1 far family living 1 or epartmenls, large living and Pro' estimates, pickup sod delivery .

M..., lack Ollor." applNEW wlndawa and Insulated' et I bath with 4th br or. atudy, HP dirlin 551... 00,06010 bilOhIn wIth. The Sound of Music service. All word guoronteed III I
: tic Paved street paid tor Call LR and DR. C.H and '-C. my 050.. anoN storage closets lorroiSO Pnono 310.5256.LIT'S '60 Rambler
LISTING llraplaca, floors, tile baths space healer
warm wood paneling &
11911 Hay for appointment. Can Be Notes of
N. W. 1 br I both Cl end brick 1000 ui ft ,large ,lendKaoed lot cod hot water healer. laclll TNAOII've

? Mewl Manor, Cent ht beautl FOUR BEDROOMS Come. by from IS PM' lunday, ::.Ior.I"1.; :: .ooacltlnaa, and Profit For You D"IU.pot 4'l PNEI3ENI.whulil W"'IHI'.1.... 4-Door station wog"n.I (
$$100 l cdshYA fully wooded lot. Immadiata' ox I Mov I. ot l ISOI l N W. talk Ave et N E. lath
CSPATORS 4 DISHMASHER1Trade cyl standard transmission
cupancy. THREE BATHS Other days by appointment. Tar. or cell for oppolntmenl lit ,
Spacious rooms oilracllvo atone POSITION' 0' ,,, ,, OWN en exclusive. deoiorshlg In what your:have conditioners gum KEETER excellent tramoortatiotv

I.o. loll N. W. and Aes. front control heal and air con Leratlon 4 br fu bath Over I.nom the fenteitlc field: of electronic, A}.or I HANDYMAN you SHOP FR e-DM I
11. N. W. 121h Av. dlllonlng' 4S Furnished Apto, ESICO '
Lorge wooiwd tot Newelemenlery ft feature! Mparata foyer INS experience necessary.1 '-"' $795
PeON school' .1... by !.. closets. galore, king Hied bedrooms o national. louder 'In Iris CANE "JUICE 238
INVEST Ira I salon.5 Include. panelled Flo- huge Florida room and o 0010 apI, 'Ievvishad'Uavtlll 1I.1d. Is .w altorlIlo' S 551010'los At 'III. 7S Sinai gel. Delivered. SI Univernty I _
In I this Sbr.I bath tramp near ride room, 'Inildo utility room arum kitchen C.H end A.C. Call had. I IIN..dlll.ol. AuailabioNon. few doaierskip. I. PLONIDA. Call ell"1071. Tern Saylor HwMl --

$$395cshFAHUGH j new Fed dose Has e rental and double carport. N. city lava., Fordyco III IS J..r. y 1sl. C'II : Muwthorne Phone FR 6.5371 '63 Buick
unit Income of now e month 533,205. 3711531.DON'T liNT 11.4701. BABY BED I

owner has reduced price torWilck When you can own this home tor NEWLY OICOIlATiO 'TI.. Cal- YOU con bo In business' tor your. ... :
W'woterproot .lIr. baby cor.rlage
Ida, For rentals, appraliali, morlgageloans only III.500. 1 br. built'In kitchen lane Shcda.ots and OOtellOi' .11. self with e minimum .Investmentottering I Special V-6. ardtanlmssion.
buying or lolling residential "-C. excellent ".,.... and 'mienMllng wit C lIdr... or....,... CIII N_ en unusuel prollt eoper* > ploy'pan J7M IEA heater solid '
MARY or builneis porperty. tell' floor plan I'I 00 .per month berry 412 7119. or 4H117I "' .Ity. ESSCO will give every ... .V (EO comp precllcolly ,
:: Arnold first, A Complete Real after down payment. Call Fordyco llitancg. 'm tatting up your deal" new, SII. If dry c."... COAT blue.
liters barol,5. 272lola.FORDYCE. EFFICIENCY APTS. ..thl.. w I Mr Jotinson colas 11'11I.
MOELLER S 11 MO. 1 cushions. paddles. anchors, lit $1795
EDWARDS JKIcanepy exchange, dId 3413MOBILE THIS a) not o new venture, but Cl. aoad$10. an.1514.OTIZEN .

ARNOLDREALTY HOME li Is,. In ma.ails 0 proven profit making' bust- ICO..IO
REALTOR VAINlY pIlls. Sooaii
C A550CIATIS. Inodyce. daMon'NC.Or" ., homo ct. Avail. Nov I MIS .prowntly Almost, ooeretlng buslneia'In It h .7'1 10.1005.. 6 50000 Wean an '

: INC. tIC W. Unlvorilty Ave COMPANY "'L UT.'I Students prof 174 130S from stoles every lor you ....... broad lot 50 573 landS. i 62 Chevrolet
CONSULTANTS 7 a s'svon prossacl you.
;. 2909 NE 15th St. Member Multiple' Lining lilt w hIll' Avenue iriMTl Sire Ooulden Harvey lenton 4 ... I baths, completely' .remodeled LEASING and SERVICE olvlmj. BAND RADIOS 4-Door station wagon, '9

Associates Astoclatei Jane Caldwell 0. C, Oey Dudley Goulden lioi sw 9th Ave you In return o porpetuel, end SeSlorrpiete
176-7971 I W Moeller "oiler baler Jim Sheooard Sob Kalkman nil w Unlv' in-line' Walk to elan See s H 4 lasting .Income new line end at hood...... passenger, power steering,
Charlie' M... Sharon Oran ,. W. Hodge Jimmy GrosriaI dally or GalINt.? 4 N ot 'S POlO 'INC suppliesPUIIER a 'r conditioning, radio,
Helen- ""EalveatBulldoiing Walter Stoddard II Reel Iitote W...,..! H .7ft". HON cenfldentlol' "Information, write Itt 6'. Unlv ..... F* t-o7l heater solid white,.

4' Unfurnished A ... er wire ESSCO Ties Garners PRE > SEASON SPECIAL .....
Ferry .d P 0 Box Sail Co-
We need Illllngs or I
bail 11 ..,,,. 1,101's Ii" 1795
lum".. South Carolina
We hove clients welting

ISIS W. SIC. ..... f. 44510 7 economically ell tor Mil total
See me. 'R 14404PLEASANTLY 58 MGA
I W"NTIO TO .UV PROM 05111S5.Ohuthbnu.aInNW coot SwIm SllUdewnl.PROPANI tune up

r Wnilo Sot lOlA. CII' au. 515110,._ Klnceld' Rd LOCATED 3 BR Tiii. apt. ouon w- COINS'' WANfEO Archer. LP lAS PI lithe, end. I
All U .. end sItu? Id. -"" Roadster radio heater,
Home price, description, location ". rIo-dIal's' ........1.._ owns.binS foreign II
And Business Ernest Tew I yord tar child,... I'l ..... dollars, proof holt dollars.RESEL sole .end loss SINGER W. itert wherg the engine solid. red

RealtyEXCHANGORS 37M444TWO hk I On
STAMP o, COIN' SHOP VWi .H-g U the $795'
BR Duplex .''H. till hoe. lOt W. university, Avo I PR.,. S

auto hoot SaO floors nice end .-....... _
I clean. no .eti. 370944 or 17e Wo Buy Used Purnlturellook I Beat w.... No enactments need AM) tKen we work fewer _- ---
Remodeling 4411.\ eve., and weekends. Around Your House For ed. Perse with' good sped I lone '
B| || Odds *0 Ends ... .*. lIke en4.leek 61 Corvair
SMAIL bulMoier" loader, up .",. of II or pay bat-
i trucks fill dirt, lime rock.gump Tee DO YOU Nieo. PwrkM. room as Gilneevllle Mrs ejency .uelltlMhi 47 Houses fee Rent Pens.KEAt5500515U3.lS HAOSOCK BROTHER"' once ef 174 Write Jimmy Crow I."w, .nstyohg..

toll Phone 11I Ire room mere room not awe-, eichenge property let sn-eail er 443-1410 Alechue by .... Del .._,It. BusInooo. ey ....h. 700" 2. door
Cell 170-0401 Aosocletesi
or maybe e complete. new hornet you anytime nouiei.One .
Per e tree etllmeie" 4 guereflteed Wayne D Maten CaMS turn tor See ..... One vnturn 42 Machinery. > Toots ,ii51aSS transmission te.

Mortgage. BrokerMOOIOAOe work ejhone Cart C. I 3yaa.r 4 Lot Jaction. far SM ..... Water Included. vet Slue cleaning Lustre preolemsemail well to '61 VW I die, heater
*' ...... 171 Km. II Cell IIH>>J. *5 PIT 5 0 ,
wen Bent etectr* ptiempeoee II. laSso. '_ lAOS' 50th
It Our ef Town rod
MONBV Paper Hanging PeMIIng Property rill ....... 107 NW Slat Avo. No Acetylene cunMg wet0 ....tbtt McDowell. Piemmire Co., fteuioerloh lIlIAN,. lathe .".. 895
ft per cent "" _1. Term te Tile et All Curds.: llnoieum poll Howl open can PR a-4334 joe erne.Mao welder c>em hoiotIcnme I nISS 5I1150lni CanS,.
tl veers SUW"NNEI COUNty _1. vise RR leclf
\ BUY BUILD' Ory Well' Worn SI acres on tuwonnee ._. Onefaurtn SMALL HOUSE ., responsible FR 1-'''' alter a PM.. I wlre maaolle board.. I well $995 -
C"I- REFINANCEDonByrd C. C. GREEN mile river, front, one hen. single business Parian or coopie. lied. 511. "' '''''. 5.nspN 5.0.dnad '
Mclntoin., ".. _11341 mill III pared ..... N.I ..1150001hr Retired .....,_ NO HIS.yeeHH t I palIinsn. oio.. '62 VW 6001ds4.Dnor.
I Ph 376-3875 Hilda or Dora. teautltul Saul 734 HII 10th, Ave_ C4 N.oulosld Goo4t S ..= 034 1114 bayS N ,:

If Slim S90M down, bounce fiveyeere. L Orexery Sties ITtsaes.COMPLETE SMeis. Radio SOIlS wells
PHA"' ens osooonttarar ,.,
f raw.. Oe.a,arsWrsnS le II Roofing 41 H...... lei Rent U....... REFRiGERATOR reiiaurent eoulpmem.Cheap I I I reIn red. "cot..1. cox*,- ] sedan. Bower

\ ,...r.. Will aladly' 'ICU"$ 55 lOS 0'1' COUNTY Lkt aware'. I ) for qukh sole See er coifc I steering power brakes radio

"'''I''''' c... __. C. L. HARREU. Sewaa'oas fit._50,11MW" -1000115.ad U 2 BEDROOM KOUM, $60 per _III JIHO"- tact L. R. Hedge 473-3413. Newberry. '63 VW heater. automatic

II J. N.W Mats bi5pAIaic.I. Ps. Pb betH I Conn-odor per oetl.Ss cent down terms mer. err on gad.Cell "*. Cell 376.7 .66. tttf EOUIPMENT, flail liMbO| I PIe'5PNCtAI,5Aal. I SMen. .... Hided. ie>% .sr.soon. trOnSOlISOS 9"
I see Per ell .,
11"'_ .. .
( your reefing needs one re ItINlan.SNY eieloeo. SI per .
t FRED t AUKKD Salon' tall .. anytime.PR TOM. U. ORSIN REALTORMermo Three bedroom Iwoi bom.SUB m" cor- choir .- _*.. ...... hundred er and per ...... wenpe $.Q95
I NW aKetM perrnomooirE
dIAl IORHA ______ 4114 H GreePhono .. Aseaclato.SEE I venient_.... 311.3511 541 375-lOll OHOM 51055dm Aoaloa Noar.50y I '63 VW
AID CONVENTIONAL"' FR 1.3352. HIW"0' ;...... dIllIeS so ..._ 41.1)51.3NI .
LOANS UpholsteryC .,Ter. I bam dIed till.... oval ARWANNOMI* Caveo TV
HIs two e a.Sr. .
USH 00' CiharN _
Auto Glass ,isli *" web,,, Sara. ,... 2123035C you ore Moreitod I* Parma I Home N W 2.. .leevea S -... Mer leal*... dssdIOIw%5aa$01 Plale 111-pa.oaaso 000 smell_tn.>me letoRadio I '61 Volks.

$ L.... ..._ MARY MOELLER REALTOR or oeeto. floss sod hvMII 2040SANCII
55,010151 N
5. c_. loose rsa100.eS.a pesos. CIII .. M el. or anything II ISIS W "'...... A"* PR 44471Severel wide. 55... t Dams mod. cftem $1895
AUTO 61"u n our only" butneso *- 'OIO'CI b : HIaPS goner was .arI. "Ca' aN1n
arClAIIb INe. dM05 PU ._ reel ". Ceo I. letten. Harm cwe'ena stIll vpoor cev Convert-la. rodia, heotgrS1095 .
Immediate matellotionitree SlAt IONS s34 NW Mory I 4 3 or homes wmirn.Stos eruUOee. inTota.LI <... teiectea Ol Canada I..
4 detlvory. Add 525 W. IIIaI T... realtorMA04ARIT' .
pickup 2140230 et end up.POROYCI outiite Price me. tn IanKINWOe '
boarily C cares a. .... I"- ..*....... AS9OC.Va 4 AISOCIATEt' INC. E"NIW n 1... ". oonoM .... 64 CHEVROLET
MAUI Digs' Auto GI.st Co.S2J Gara SO Chuftenev Flo {:OALTORtM or. hall .1.. OX I. ,renoe elMS 414556 I gas ranejo. 4 RedHk Heeler moment trans-
N W. fIN .1 tIj Drinking WolpeJjiltroe g. Door W. .roha. 171134 5 5 1,4.05.0 .... L""' ... 'aImfS000 bm000i Wa 5.5S. dull Ill wa.seal I .11I 00005.

... 40 l.esiawea Pooo.aois 5715 II 5105 20. 3 SI ;;;;;;.- O'sball's. _?I sonanoea.sal ss..srllarad 5halp- 'dM0. P055's37)OS. sod sold. 11S.SolIllir Coal.2,5.4011Ins CIsOOS SadoilSeS $229564VW '
CbnstsLolour' PACE DOOR
Auto Equipment iaringwrap SPECIAttsralie .. 59. Buick
I. Nasal 5135 SO400I. 6" I.. alIt If.
and eete-oonl tree, a p.- ::: 4 raoelro. MOV anisssouo.d 55c5.SI51A413N5 I
/ y sieie" Boere et _,"'. door trouoMol C I"\::; ZONED BA lIU ) OHs.Ito Irs-deal T-A-8 FLIANCll cuss, panosol aSIm. Caeosro CI.ho. '
'IIVO''U'- TCjACXS' rab..flF1 Mognej j Sortiv Wo. S A M. or oner 4PM Annisors feet N. W IWIn .,, Ian*. nylon. a... La'o'isSI 4 deer. sedan. tWerautomatic .
.ee.......... Repair tile tor er Cot irontmg on iniee OM vejoi"iieof 5.
la-os waS
wowsands. .. ..co.. 5MALL he W. I MrOO lOOM. blaISa. S Ii.ScnsAP0511.1 001115005
1// .
P"ona ... _
a. Old 5O5 basalod from &II
weihw Jocko. Pottery ewthorl _441 3M Sloe NW toss ... 31a-I... 505 sass iN owe.lSs.OH eentereaan II ..... 155dM. 0,01ev13 jri"
: od Woiker Xvtfreuild Jars nog oMce.. Put) deiaus by cowme 0 RenoM Inn sje MV 050 faw1C7 ,lAO _
51105 556 A 0105.
I Servtco Agent. Hull ERAnESERVICE TELEVISION 030 I_ 5. d.l3lIs. ? weanerg' WOOS I""a ..g 1.51 "at sod lIleN 50 $1595 $695
l4 507
A ..u..fY.11.. 1 HeatingCleone Orven 5,5. 14 III 50050510 555. CoO 315-1170
Mall ,a ..., University Realty I I ..a* bs.sS S NwtIse.pasad t PWEST_,_ 000 00.5 '

I ,. FlClund lUll RIMW samioTTlMOMT ins No MOM II. PO. STtonGOOD ....... OH s.ao_ 0 0 DIN.a.e's.l Snow 50 aSOSTVlaas n I..Hs-M.ws. lao i 62 ALFA ROMEO
? Sacs lie "*"'' awN "''I."'. CUNlUAL HIAT1NG perv tsr 050.05 05. WISHed apunHaS levwr Eioro ctaoet. nue corb Ford

I ADVERTISE IN THE Year .. "'. _'" So"'IC.dCONSTRUCTION BUY ___. .111iJeN' -- .. JIM 000(55 APISASC5 CC If' IAPraA.. .) SI eaconer* Conemen. 60 E.
: ...-,,- IV s"tre.w sis.. Call A mrKuM | ala .5*. 515 CasIO va-ar. .
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1101 ". .. 1..1. osnee R P Won.deroiel 5 si-a 55 $2195MillerI
SERVICE DIRECTORY ILl. i ot" 5Iia ieii" me tor e meoenent Wool pars0 131I 41,5 510pa' WeahnOrf' laH Easy H OH 4 I tfcortedan
I /0 4 ,-... a&. _, 0555.00 pad. cv MS rood H .3 0s, weak 'O Or o50. Weot. 4 C"I11CI. -_
oaat owl as sml PoanoFR MHO. ever* sroeeer lit! a* Prt*. .
___ ell tor ..prieir. y ml W, IV lF sohA. ... Nb. I." eutP5nNiOH ." 395
( Aol tl -- coal
Your 500N in 5.dS.
Canetrvctle lasso baounad ....., 000lory ooMSHhOH nsw wunsar 21501. .te.1 .DOO 5 ........ 50 ,
\ : ApproitolFRED Serike PAINTING EOW. ... PASE srtiees tilMM. IroiMT Plineid. neel *105.15(15. 057 II ow Poaa ---
NEW HOMES AODItlONS. 1 loss 1'- t. "_ "' 7

.. ARNOLD REWOOEUNO seeVICE 4)1 foA.rot" ......,. venoneii blirioo .0 per UIIICI siLlOooiaq -
IAUOII "NovWg' your 'homo Is Over IS Yoerjlqpartmce pxex ae> hmo ooew O A-g. u OS os55.1.5W maro 71 CaopH.ae.ls5jdiIoOa5 MELTON
Ilurt APPR IMI ... C"I..Oo' HAC5d HAhK>sI1M iiooAN .. liiepetnea SXndey S ao SIs mapsod Is ossollass

REAL O1SHIC1 "" (...IIIU,* Good ConstructionIs .aellt saW A. ... no HE as ..... tarer by ,Ph Newly Are l.a__n 5505 PSb's -.. -

Big .. Nsv. Avi. Pt* OT-Jn* MODERNPAINTING 00 sCabs 2-is A. eee P eno *SK1 kHao Mar Wsa 5.nse
on Art 111 ACRI5 .'" A.l.ASvl DINETTE so>. Oil SoleS. ItS lbs .... PilS-ni. Il, ,. w.
541T16. If ALTOS FOR Blur OR ........ I U. PM Cxeet SI .e-ot SHi Cove exdce 55.5.. ..-60. w- MOTORS
;Sojwlnj Machine R.p."ln co. 1055.4 Case-ears W WMV. Ao.. ow'i ....._ come.. ,I. 1 I en 5.5005 O1WItI NSa CpI i5s.t340Sa.C'US
Cwowsrias .......
._.... 37M3MIMALL NO.411105 CCS MM pnvtJiages c. OH low "
\ -- 0001 M. Pea em lr' ,
eea.ee.IM PneneaeAtsiS
CAU-IW"0 MACHINE SER pAil5TINO.' H5aH a. SVsaiv. 5500.1005 C30i1, SiwlOinra Pg 'ACREAO 7'wete.eoieReea AIOIo.I'.c---.v: U" ut ,. mow S Ia' 703 N. MAIN

VICe eo III *. u"*?""! sir SaoaSaaullde S5'a *oi ap o- .. 1.1001 ) Moot sar 551 a> eejmg r-ii---:. : pewti. m;!ceftoa I ...- 504. .Iaa.w05 SIll "" 'as. NoN ,.
.,,: **I l3a we ieeee Sal ..-,1 53. VuaIIwI lit ross '''' KIMOI ove et deer .._. See Set P. as. 4 boA wo, pol 055 2120IaSH&OFOS. IOH c.... '---I FR 675716D'

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Ndvtmbur 1, 1964____ Go'''''.'''. SI 70


I BARKLEY Shaw & Keeter's JOHNNY HIPP, Northcentral Florida's


Independent 1 DealerTHANKS

IS Autvmobilot for S.I. MOTORS I

MILLIR .. IONI w.. Pllnllno l I
1959 T-BIRO I
Body work
...**..- leI> NULL POWER I
Phono FR J-I27S .11. I '..M.IU' .
MERCURY .."".... '1. wdMitv Florida's !
15 Auromobiln for 5.1.IP" RMlo WIry cloon 'M .. Northcentral No 1
collin condition Phon F* POINTS THE WAY
'HEVROLkT mpaaCoup. 51 Mil ltor 4 PM.PLYMOUTH .
.. 40, N. 10. )10 HI'. 6 .
MM. low
_. t dov Furyi
fl .I..tc. .Ilki. new 11 113 GRAND PRIX PONTIAC Ford Dealer offers the
yr Oij''o'HI. Whl. DIKK In. iMrtt coup fully'' owlpDidi 1 call
tertor Paul. PP. H4Mit Mr. Ronti FR M41I Unlvvilty TO BETTER USED I I
fORD V-t. 1121a City' Bonk
PONTIAC V-4 1150.JJ ItM PLYMOUTH....... Itr*'ght
fORD VI itetlon Moon 1171 Nick, hMtir, low mlioi, mtr.Cl .
AI H. 50rvltl SI.lIon .n. 16>0. Clll FR >32J1 OHor
,1.II fill If. 6 '.M. CARS AT THE
'CHRYSLER New.; 1960 CRIVROLIT .w St.nd. th''". I 1 DEAL i
Good cend Fully ewiootd 1 II.... Ixc"Ion.II. 515.'. No.
$295 376.1481REPOSSESSIONS 0103500. ONI.CALL.. 371-50'1 BEST PRICES i

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WW. moto,Warnaul,6.N 1530. 310 N W. l5'ft T"rOCl. PR'
6.1313 0' I'll .2011. on 1965
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... tO ColnmilU Sun November
Sunday, 1, 1964
I trunk. He cut his
him In the
Architecture His DepositEnded hand struggling to escape.Nearly -
I BuildingContinued I an hour and a half later his
Up Being
r cries brought help and he was
i 1i 1- ( From ID) A fountain and reflecting pool scattered acJ'Othe! ( campus in Himself liberated by police.

Architecture, which li the four- will decorate the front of the eight "temporary" wooden PENSACOLA (APIA) man Drug Store
the largest In the nation. The gallery: building. In the landscaped buildings. Bannister said the college who planned to make a night deposit
bank Instead
fourth floor will house the art center terrace will be a ; will give up three of the at was a robbed downtown and depositedin Show Down
department in northern-lighted sunken gravel court with a old buildings when it moves into his own auto's trunk by two PHILADELPHIA (APA '
studios. stone walkway leading down toiL the new one. gunmen, he told police. man entered a drugstore,
r Between the two buildings, on Student sculpture will be placed a revolver on the check-
"It will be the first time In John Anderson, 53, a beer
i the "OOttoof the "U" Is a displayed here.A cashing counter, and said to
tributor employe, said the man
} 'ti s the eight I've been here
years I Levitt 68, "glvi
which will Nathan ,
one story structure large planter will dominatethe that well have some elbow approached him as he prepared i "
i house the university's first exhibition south end of the terrace and room," he said "We don't even to place $5,000 in small bills and'me what you got. i
v w and two small lecture I' Levitt reached under the
gallery $25,000 In non negotiable checksin
more landscaping will center have desk space for all our professors .32 I
auditoriums. The new gallery counter and came up a
around a small pond located Just now" the outside deposit vault of
I.,, will open with Its first art south of the complex the First Bank and Trust Co. at I caliber pistol of his own.
;' exhibit In early March, Bannister I But desk-space they will havein 9 pm. Friday. 1 The two men faced each other
said, and will feature will- The 'new complex will take only two more months when Anderson said they forced him, for a moment Then the Intruder
:. J ),known artists from around the only 60 per cent of the college's the College of Architecture and into his own car, drove it Into I put his revolver back in his
j state. load, which heretofore has been Fine Arts finally: comes home. an alley, robbed him and locked pocket and fled __ WI

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November I, 1964 Gainesville Sun IB NEWS

::' [Oil Firm Begins

I Final Bradford

; 'Phosphate Mine

'\n\ Hamilton Co. Rally ReadiesDemos

f JASPER Ground was brok- between $600,000 and $800,004

pen yesterday for a $10 million. would be a substantial contribution
[phosphate mining operation i D to the economy of Hamilton -
(Hamilton County by officials of County for Vote

J Jhe Occidental Petroleum Cor- Actual mining should begin -
[poration. by mid summer of 1965, .P ..
i Dr. Armand Hammer, president with 140 to 160 employees and

of Occidental, named the more to be added as the operation

I [operation the Suwannee River expands, Hammer said.
I Mine of Florida. He predicted Occidental acquired the 4,000 Turlington Urges Parly Support

[its beginning annual payroll.oin acre tract from Continental Can i:

Corporation and has leases on ?
] White House
an additional 26,000 acres in rollt to Courthouse9By

Hamilton County.
reatDa Estimates put the recoverable By S\\I MrGUtlEY he will do away with the TVA --

phosphate deposits at 30 m I 1- I I Sun Staff Writer and all like government projects -
but It Is noticed thnt he
lion tons with production schedules y f ,v STARKEBradford ,
at one million tons per Democrats wound up their County cam- has approved the $1 billion! 10,341

year The mine Is designed to pallID Thursday night with a power and water project In his
home state of Arizona"rally
be expanded as circumstanc a s at the courthouse with I
i Halloween Winners Rep. Turlington listed bill Voters
W/4 Alachua County State R. p'
fhek after bill which Onldwater hAd
"We envision this as being
saw aWMowing lust| the beginning of Occiden Linda Powell, Williston High School student, "belts" out a popular wins in a Ralph Turlington as the sJII.ak.voted against and on a question
tal's business activities In FlorIda style that won her first place In the annual Amateur Show, which kicked off er, and a "coffee" Friday from tbe'.ud t'lIl'e replied, I

," Hammer said. "The products Halloween carnival festivities in Williston this weekend. Taking inh.. enter. morning staged by the Democratic ""Sure I'll tell you what he voted Register

from activities In Florida talnment at "ringside" are the 1961 carnival king and queen, Nancy Smith and women. for. He voted fur a Blue I
will be used to enrich the soil Larry Edmondson. The pianist Is Mrs. Wesley Smith. (Photo by Roy Moree) In urging the ,ore' 1 Star Memorial Highway bill."
of theDemocratic
In many countries though 0 u t support x He continued, "P r e 11 I dint In Gilchristj
Will Gus the world, thus improving the par Johnson's opponents use nothing
from "t he'
lives of millions." Great Pumpkin' Misses Fun 1 but attacks on his character,
White House to I.1' Dixie.
Err Again The company had not previously t h I courthouse I and that shows a fundamentalweakness ) ,
announced the extent of In their campaign. It
By SAM McGARVEY Its activity In Florida even Rep I shows that they can't run on An election campaigns start'
Sun Staff Writer though It had' admitted that At Williston PTA Carnival Turlington the chided I their own merits." ,:for down the home stretch and head
party'sipponents the cluing wire, 10,341 vot-
What with the Big Day com- negotiations were under way to The speaker was Introduced
e I ing up Tuesday, It was not surprising -develop the deposits which belonged sayIng Turllnlloll /by Bradford State Rep A, J. |era have registered In Levy
[ that my loud mouthed to Continental Can Corp. By EMMA LEE LOFTEN reigned over by Carnival King val queen, Kay Smith, followed "They have a negative Thomas Jr. Chairman of the|to cast and Gilchrlst, Counties

I friend Irkky popped up on my, "Occidental has I long range Sun Correspondent and Queen Larry Edmondsonand by the 1964 Queen, Nancy Smith proach. They view with alarm p I"I wu L. (Lone '1')1)' their ballots Tuesday,

[ knee late one night In the living '' plan to become one of t b I'world' WILLISTON If the "Great Nancy Smith who received and her attendants.Winners all actions of the present ad-!Fitch. levy C I o u njy figures showed

room and sounded off as leading manufacturers Pumpkin" didn't show up In their crowns at the kkkoff ministration and try to t. a r, \ short meeting of heBradIdown -|'5,327 registered Democrats,
, follows: and distributors of fertillx r s, Williston this weekend, he miss- In the Halloween parade a record true aervlceferd, County Democratic Executo 131 Republicans and 11 Independents .
"It will be a landslide for and Florida Is.n Important ,ed s rousing good carnival staged event, the amateur program were Ricky Webb and Shirley the country"of I l"ve Committee followed I for a total of 8,474
i Johnson" he chortled. "he will part of that plan" Ha m met by the Williston PTA. Thursday night In the High I Ann Hatcher, funniest costume i 1 Friday morning, the women'i voters.

carry Bradford County, the said. The carnival festivities were School auditorium ; Kevin Miller, ((34 months I In 'Incisive fashion, he listed of the committee held Dixie County has 3,OM Demo
> State of Florida and the whole -- -- ----I and Susan Phillips, prettiest the "Issues" such as Medicare, I "coffee" at campaign bead crats, 12
Republicans and
[ country except for a few Members of the queen'acourt costume; Randy Stanley and civil rights, social security, taxation quarters on Court Street. en Independents lev-

I states" Temporary Grazing were Zora Ruth Wilson Brenda Stanley most like foreign policy, and spendA record breaking total ol, total of 3,02 In making the electorate up Its
I attempted to brush him and escort Robert Phllpot, Linda Halloween; Tom my Poupard ng and the alleged Immorality 5731 voters are registered for The
I away from his perch on the Andrews and escort B uteri and Karen Phillips, most origi- ,In the administration, and then the election Tuesday, according : 1,785 registered voters In
I mystery novel I was reading Extended to Dec. 31 Bell and Alice Henry and escort nal; and Donnie McCoy and replied In detail. Ito Mrs. Nova Flynn, supervisor of 1,777 Democrats County are made up
and I h
f but he nimbly avoided my hand David Mitchell. Brenda Crsbtree, best decorated -.I On Senator Goldwater'i proOf reglitratlon.division Republican. < I. |
"Go away," I muttered, "You bike Judpes were Jack Bowman point to cut taxation by IS per U U t..Umit d thai a total atVm
know from nothing. A lot of An extension through Dee 'through Dec. 31 was granted In Both king and queen were Mrs Rail Cement and cent, the speaker Mid" "... vet ,M to !om M tat

people are predicting an upset I 31 of temporary grazing privIleges -' the seven counties at the request -(crowned by the 1963 Queen,,, Miss Loleta Rawls.On ed against the Johnson tax cut, election Tuesday, or about 70 I//poll christ holders Counties/ !In, Dixie All votes and cast Gil-

and right now no one knows on Soil Bank land has of local disaster committees jKaye Smith and King, Dou.I g Halloween night, the PTA and yet now he advocates al'per cent turnout.far will be on hand ballots'
what will happen Tuesday" been granted by Secretary of' This latest extension affects Mitchell The new queen Is the Carnival held at the high school greater! cut, without explain-, Bradford County has bern In must be counted. and

Irkky wagged a finger at me Agriculture Orvllle Freeman In I I only farmland In the Soil {daughter of Mr. and Mrs Elmer athletic field, was a noisy success. ing how he would balance then(; Democratic column ,i Levy County will have
vigorously. "But I know. I seven Florida counties. Bank. The 1964 feed grain program Smith and a sister of Kaye. As the old saying I budget" I year during the past machines at 11 of Its U
wasn't sure about it until today The counties affected are Ala- I expired yesterday, and Johnnie Corbm was Master ol "A Rood time was had by IOfI'j And on the proposal to doj Four years ago, local .r'1 and should be able to precincts
even though most of the chua, Bradford. Gilchrlst l land diverted under this program Ceremonies for the Coronation. T K, Gardner was away with the TVA, he said,/gave John F. Kennedy I 2' pldlte'the countPrecincts ex-

Wee Ones and Slingerlands and Lafayette, Levy, Putnam .nd'' can now be used for unrestricted In the chairman "The Republican candidate says 1 victory over Nixon. without machines
Winning first prize amateur -
Glass Eye, the black snake uwannee. grazing Linda Pow- will be Janey Levyvlllo, Mont.
said thought the Democrats Williams, chairman of Williams said that under the program was
they Emery
brook Raleigh and
Red /
ell, with a vocal solo, accompanied I Hollow
will win" the USDA State Disaster Com- latest extension of grazing privileges by Mrs. Wesley Smithat To Annual They account for 127 registered
"Big deal," I scoffed "The mittee, said that approval of on Soil Bank land farmer the piano. Speak at voters.
betting! here is 7 1 against the grazing extension by the In the affected seven counties
that Johnson will win. With secretary of agriculture was may take advantage of the Tommy Milllcan won second
that, I went back to reading based on the recommendations additional grazing period without prize with his acrobatic dance. CoffJrt Organi/c

but In an instant the book slid of the State Disaster Committee I requesting permission from Third prize went to Sylvia Cox
out of my hand as the resultof and the disaster committees I their local ASC County Com for her piano solo. Fourthplace Farm-City Banquet Pcp Cluli; At

a neat kick by Irkky. In the affected counties. I mittees. winners were Lisa Statham for:
Hurricane Dora's The counties where the local her solo and Brent Crab-,
"But I KNOW!!! he pipedIn Following piano Luke City; JC
lands In Committees did not: Deborah weaver and Maria
I Disaster ,
tone. "I know flooding of pasture tree
an impatient Dr Harry Phllpott, vice prey One of the purposes of '.rm- title the purchaser lo twit plates
and If you are smart you'll Florida last September, temporary request an extension through Stevens, a vocal trio. )ident of the University of Florida City Week Is to acquaint) city and regular tickets which willbe I LAKE CITY Thirty five

collect some of that Goldwiter grazing privileges were II>c. 31 are Baker, Clay, Columbia There were forty numbers on has been selected as speaker -I dwellers with the cnntrlbut I Ion |3 e* h. I:o eds at Lake City Junior
cash." granted in 11 counties on land 1 Dixie, Fla ler. Ham- the program and most were I at the annual Farm City agriculture makes to the coun G. M. Davis Is chairman of College l l and Forest Ranger
He' Ignored what I thought that had been diverted from production I lion, Madison, Marlon, St. 24 these lines the Farm !!khool have organlied
very good. The house was packed banquet on Nov ty's economy Along -City Committee pep club
was a withering glare, and went under the feed grain Johns, Taylor and Union. W. J. Stark was In chargeof The banquet will be at Die a special tour of agricultural Other committee I he "Tlmberettee."
on "It's Gus the Gopher. I had and conservation reserve (Soil Williams said that In these 11 the program.A Slate, Farm Bureau Building I facilities on the University ef all of whom will be m.mtwrl./I/ Officers are: Mildren Hen .
!It straight from him, and I can Bank) programs. These privileges counties: cattle must, t h e r e-j' on SW 13th St and Is to startat )Florida campus has been i r-/banquet ticket sales Iry of Perry president Linda

tell you It Isn't often he sticks were recently extended f ore, be removed from con Halloween parade Friday I p m. It will be one of the ranged. The tour arranged by Farrell Claude Brandon, ATI' ., Lake City, vice presU(
his neck out" through Oct. 31. ,p ration reserve acreage by ,afternoon was led by the high events planned by a committee/County Agent Wllburn Farrell, f Andrews, Van Murphy, LeyStrickland. <:dent: Gloria; Williams, Lake
I said wearily, "So Gus Is for The further extension,Oct. 31 deadline previously aoL school band and the 1M1 carnl- to observe National Farm-City will start at J p m. on Nov 24,' John Sparkman. Mr.\'\City: secretary; Anna Marie

Lyndon B So what!" Week, which starts Nov 22. at the Farm Bureau BuildIng I 1 -1 I land Mrl. James wenhnw, Mrs i lochette: Lake City treasurer;

"That's Just It Cus Is not for -I Another banquet highlight will with all Interested persons 'Joseph Hudson, Mrs. Josephine'IMcSwine 'Jan' 11IV."" Lake City andUrcla
Johnsonhe's for Goldwater'" Levy Co. Bank OrganizersTold :be the honoring of an outstanding 1 f Invited to take part I Mrs. Jan k ItevlllejlMrs. I I I i Halter, Jacksonville,
"A gopher votes for Gold Alachua Counay city family I Ticket for the banquet .,.1![ Elizabeth Ahrano, Mr' (public relations officer
water," I sneered. "Tell him to and farm family to be selected ,of two types donor tickets +'>and Mrs. Raymond Glbmn and Sponsor Is Miss Laqulla)
write a book. Road AheadBRONSON Ii by the committee _I which will sell for lit and en- ![w, H (Pete) Simmons IV Valid English Instructor.
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Irkky smiled tolerantly. "Like Rough

most humans, you're just plain

the Ignorant Gopher The 1s always point Is wrong.that Gus He Organizers of,president of the Federal Home''expected before March, and U Levy Tune Hits Dem NotesI

wait and find out what i s savings and loan association Loan Bank of Greensboro. that cam through, final approval -
. always bet I[for Levy County were told the The l -m.n group, headed might be expected in June.
then our
he thinks go" I Elimination of such a proposalwould I I| He said the association would
acorns the other way. I! be a long rough road by'manufac-turer 'have to be capitalized at 1300.- By BUZZ M1XSON [cloth and former governor FuHler Rust k, B J. Wslrath Chubby
This was Indeed I very sound I'000 and have 230 members. Attainment *.. Ana F-dlur. Warren. (
I a North Carolina banker last for the charter of a federal savings Petteway pledged to support M
bit of Information. I had met 1 eek. I and loan association to of the goal would require Back In the summer of 13 I The weekly paper also car per cent of the ticket. ) R. S I Sun
people like that Including Bill the energies of everyone, fioldweter. first I Graham and Richard A. Lynch
who Procedures and responsibill- serve Levy, Dixie, GilchrUt when Barry was ,fed an ad UsUng the county
Hager In the newsroom, t ties: of the venture were outlind -I and part of Alachua counties concerned and a rough fight being touted as a possible presidential 'officials who bad endorsed all 'hue" pledged W per cent), UPS

can pick the wrong football I> for the group by William, I, Branham told the group conditional for the money would emue, he nominee, a straw bil the Democratic\ < a a 11 l d a I es..Sthiiul Board member elect
team every week. firanharn. assistant to the vice':' approval could pot be added. I lot was conducted In Levy County "from the Whit H.MM l/i tie 1L II. Arrbigtno. Fug a Is (as!
Irkky went on, "Cus picked -- -- --- ... ua UM mm commlMbiner
--- -- in reply, i courthouse." ,county and State
!in the gubernatorial run Involved of the who DrmorraUe
High were type committee man) it1towris
ballot results "
off. And he has picked the Frost Service wanted to help their fellow men gave Included! among these pledged'and Miriam N. Wasnun, State I
aide margin
Warning j a preference
wrong man in the presidential and would sot back out of the I then president John F "..., 'I officials was County Cwnmfct-)Democratic\ commit leewoman.

races ever since the days of venture. He said an institution iy. Awl the proponents of bI.lint linn Chairman WaroVll Fugatc., And, as i dinner, there b "r fish, si he had M way to
Andy Jackson." Begins 30th Year TodayThe of IMs type la badly needed, I Berry were quits who as chairman of the local I till column In the Levy County them W....., he got back
"Gophers do not live that 'land would be a boon to the economy I.over this. Demorrstie Campaign Commit jJiurnal by the sage of Levy I" our "nnuM, he needed Just

long:' I objected. "You must' Federal' State Frest loins art transmitted along a of the irea. |i But the general phl..alll'Mf I('lee, has seemed\ put a gin I County N. F Mile, who puts, gjibm of la* In' gel back
A study of the propmal has effort Into the Job of whipping the Md for
be referring to his great !)Earning Service, s pea soredrnntfy teletype line which' encircles; I n traditionally! Demur allc'' across suppurtlng we wanted t me ef them
I 'heea made and will be repnrVi up some LAI etifhwiasm the Democratic ticket 'tn ,,11,50 bad. to we trade
grandpa! II by the VWeather;tile Kate's host critical re GmfubnJ1\I II Levy County seems to hare I hie comtitueflla.I a pretty
That where you're Wroll'l|Bureau and the Florida AgrinHural gloat The line extends f r m edNoflclalaofto hanged somewhat today among I homnpun, dose to home'some vf the groceries back toUM
; ro Federal Home Loan Bank I I I I Other slate! and mun' McUls \ ,
countered. "Gus manner Turners far one gallon eftuuiiM
again. Inky Experiment Statio a s.jGamenrtne to Daytona B e acb cwUmne
:(: ; I 'gathering from or 1
The bank, In turn. win make } who giving 1M/ :: The column entMed
are could
ptrcent "How to we trade theHas
It wed known ki these parts II""rot begin Its 3Mh cane of and southward to Lakeland,' 'rldnr talk and the fart 1 bat I
M.wn.tI\'IlUJ. and when ta recommendauon en the appU'catkw support to the Drnwiatic We Got A Crate ., a r e e aBeam lox a crate of them beans.
a very ( mice to the state today, tactically all e f f irials
i' Information relayed en the to the Federal H e m el| county 1 ticket Include h Et:er l4rRp ? ," reed thusly
boles op for long periods of't t Issues the tint of many p.r UM i1 have pledged to support lbs-: ; .. 'W I had M money, U
Bank Board la you
J. .
laelades we
i line daily I < Wilder. JurfiWdbur traded Ie. e I din for
time. and Just comes out at, fcd* buOetma. 'Ion Dee L .aIwI.'j I1 I I'I t>mncrstie tat'ket lot per ft'IIIl I Sherif seeded something aid hadtnmeihmg
''weather forecasts, shipper'sforecast oa Anderton, J. W moujti tame to make a east
election tone. trickle Warren 0 Johnson, meterotfct -' severe storm bulUdns'I i Branhem told the group ttj I Add te this the fart that tee Turner, Jhertff steel l L P nt II we could catch enough to trade, you just.
I let this Information :I In charge, said the servre's five day outlooks, .. If I y!.'would like at Irate six months <* Levy County favorite native Hartley. Clerk of the Ctrcutt'mullet to trade to colored torpenlkie hd to keep looking for some-
around my bead and then imaul. beadquarlen Is located In with conditions Stale CoMtrvaiJon twit> 'blAt that bad what you wanted -
,radar reports an tarnish areas,to comply toll sac .Court Cflw* ItsphnM. Super- workers for grurerlr
*So Gus b for Cold- 'Lakeland with field meuwob-land crop damage reports from get the charter and actually get I I or Randolph, ) Hodges and At- show ef lUgletratm LouU N 'The turpentine workers w. r and wiled what you kid

water1 ) farts[ drployed ks Gainesville, J1 nda, CaliforBia and Tens /the operations under way, If 01liul envy General I elect Karl1 Sale Was AeaeMor Down Cobb. trading their work lor tr* iwecries. 'I'lo trade, make a deal and gt
That's .bat he told me today :)pIand, Orlando Barlow, BeDe, I approvil ks received knl'June. | r aIrt' JodI. have endorsed Ike Tas CoDKtor C. D. Tummond.Supt [Jr. J. W. Turner ami ,We1!chat you wanted.

.- I Hade and Poenpana Beach. Johmoa pointed ant that the' TVs would put (he open-J)emocraur slat* a I. hate el Public ImfructJa AE. sun, Aromas, who .b tare slot These were days after
So who knows. might! j Just i Johnson said the FrwtWarng *- Frost Warning Service is per.jog elf (* January, 14, at the urged Levy Cauntaes to support M tell. County fToeen** SK. Mf of Levy Ounly, were 1fM.1III' .three Republican preudtnta.
put a ,*1.1'1 1 ( er twe ass John- | Serrke helps farmers and ticnlarty important to hit and very earttetL ,I't VTaieoa. County Cemmiationrrs the lurpenuAa lit the pace Tnt were depre.uMi days. the
lOA Tuesday After a3% i|rowers[ prepare for frees I I g:vegetable growers ra well III He alM earned (hat surrvssH The Levy County Jounul was David Weeks a. d'11'.... Md times of !the good eid days.

U. .s the r ", xr hat weather by laming regular butrtms others sauce sub 14.1 Dw ost.P1tan would reqk rt .beck fur ef Democratic ails John Yearly County Commitioner ; -' A farmer curd a truckd Ufs keep riding the donkeyis
a r record.t alwajs be- | through Mar 3L Relrf weather caa nun a crop er kill,the flit:"ig tt toners to JU Wial ;bis! week Jnrlufcii the i.. ..!c-t tarn Sts.ddge! > ef string Ocr ; U Cedar utg as we have a In tiltrt

tr, wrong. |'t id three times a day the I but-j pisses er trees. I( stages. ,rltMlDUU of Hodges fair khooi Buard member I. 8.1 Kc;;', He could z-1 ti.:a C-c x,< wy to trade .,:Ja. '


It GointtvilU Sun November 1 1964
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Santa Fc ast &i Chatter BULLETIN I '.,

I I II Diary > :
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'Rebel Yell5 J

By LINDA DIXON and GEORGE PHILLIPS Members of th* Cooperative and coaches. Because of Its There were many happy faces Seventh gradeYvonne Best, .' --
._ around the
------ -- --- '- ---- Bishop campus Donna BurneD, Margaret FIs-I
Education Clubs of Florida size our school suits our approx.Imately best
Things are bright at Santa gett and Tommy Beck; 9th attended a District 2 convention 20 players, but their ]last Wednesday after report keD Richard Harrell, Stuan Well, the past two weeks:Zora Ruth Wilson, figure

Fe this week because It's homecoming grade, Barbara Faye Douglas here In town on Saturday showing each time Is tremen. cards were Issued. Students who Holloway, Bill Hunt, Susan Hut.',have been both glad and sad
time again. Clubs and Joye Emerson, and Pam October 24 dous. mad straight A's are: Ninth ''ones for the Red ,Devils. Oct |Mary Hopping: most school,
grade :David Boothby Sharon to, Gail Jobe, Erik L* 1 polk, Trenton by spirit, Virginia Rees and Rob.
Individuals are preparing skits Harrison; 10th grade. Mack Mr. Ring Is the coordinatorfor ,18, the Devils beat |
Thanks due to all students ,
are Butler Susan Hazen John John Long, Jane Mackey, Bill turned art Head most dependable
204. then ;
and talent for "Rebel R a Ily Bridges, Jesselyn Bryan, Joyce our 15 member group and teachers who a score ,
Thursday at 7:10: p.m. Buzbee, Casey Carlisle, Bill These students meet together Hendrix, and Grace 51 r a w n; Neylans, Terri Padgett June around the following week and Charlon McDowell and Dn I

After the skits, the 1964 home Martin, and Bonnie Scates; 11th from 7:30: to 130 AM each ed make Homecoming, helP'1 Eighth grade Linda Boyd, Partrlch, Tanya Powers, Lon,lost to Lake Butler 377. However Royster; cutest couple, Zero

coming queen and king will be grade, Cornelia Braswell; 12th school day, then attend their enjoyable Homecoming and Lee Marsha Carlisle, Linda McFar. Shepard, Mary Smith, Darryl i' there has been little spirit Ruth Wilson and Robert PhiJ.

crowned. grade, Sandra Alday, Alice two regular hours of core men were Candy lane, Pat Mooneyham. and Tower, Margaret Tunstall, Bill lost and the Devils headed to pot most talented, Merle Le\'u
of for
tas Masters
Santa Fe meets Baker Coun. Edwards, Jack Matthews, Alice class, plus one elective course. ceremony Tom Wood. Waller, and Carol Wikoff Newbwry Friday with victoryas and Linda Ritch; best looking

ty High School of Macclenny in Osteen, Bill Shaw, Grier They meet again before eating Hi-Tide on Thursday eveningwore Students making the A and The Bishop Blue Devils defeated their destiny. Mary Hopping and Bruce
and Fred Vel
Jack Elliot
the homecoming football game Wells, Diane Wilson and Imo- lunch and setting out for their B Honor Roll were; Ninth i the P.K. Yonge Junior i Oct. 19, the Senior Class held Mitchell: biggest flirts, Cornet
and HI.Tide
Friday, The Rebel Band will gene Wilson. designated afternoon jobs, Each Dink, grade Dianne Boothby, Nancy High football team by a close elections for Senior SliP e r Ia.,la Bowman and Bobo Griffith

perform a special pre game The Santa Fe Junior High I student averages four hoursa were Elizabeth Solley and Joan Crawford. Jamie I Denma r k, 13 -12 score In a practice game. 'lives. They are as follows: Most neatest, Charlon McDowell and

show at 7:30: p.m. and the game and beginner bands played and' day at work and thirteen dif. Bradbury. At that performance, Peggy Eaton, Billy Fisher i Both teams played well and Popular, BetH Whllehurst and!Billy Beamer: pet and pee

will start at 8 p.m. marched In the colorful Halloween ferent occupations are represented the following core classes presented Debbie Fogal, Terry Ann John caused spectators a great deal Danny Stevens: most likely to]Jan Golden and Francis Crawford
Get shakers Rebel skits: 7b, 8b, lla, lib, son, Billy Llneaweaver, Charlotte and and Miss Cha ,
your parade in )\lachua The The total average In. of excitement. Friday Bishop succeed, Jonnie Corbin ; Mr. ten
hats, and stickers with "Go lie, 12b and 12c Among the Merrell, Mary Moff e t t Carolyn Smith and
car junior band wore black and come for this group per monthIs '1 will play the Westwood Whirlwinds Bonnie Munden: wittiest, Fran Box, Hall
Rebels Go" written on them white, while the beginner band 1400. specialty acts were a routine Linda Moor, Debra Nelll I I ,I for the last time this ces Knight and Hallie Priest, Priest: Mr. and Miss Smiles,

from the Beta Club on Thursday wore billbUly: clothes The junIor Virginia Hughes Is presidentof performed to "Bonanza" by the Lorraine Nero, Joyce Newell, season. We wish our team the most Intelligent Karen Thomas Barbara Henson and Robert

night at Rebel Rally and high majorettes wore red the organization; Alfred majorettes and a dance act to Ellen Owens, Linda Petru eel, best of luck. and Bruce Mitchell; most athletic .' Head, Mr. and Miss Se nlU,
Friday night at the football and white uniforms. It all fitted the song "Be True to Y 0 II rSchool" Nancy Plttman, Larry Sanders,
Jones, vice I president, and cheerlead Bishop Is happy to welcometwo Karen Thomas and Bobo,I Favorites, Linda Mac y and,
game In with the Halloween done by Frank Smith, Steve Smith I ,
Glenda Smith, secretary trea- new students, They are around Danny Stevens and Benny Standridge; quietest Co-
Homecoming corsages are be. Carnival at the Alachua Fie- surer ers Jane Stubbs, and Mary Tun- Lewis who Is in ninth Iron Sauls and Arthur Munden, ;
Ing sold and can be purchasedfrom School. At the writing, winners of stall George .
mentary Last week Mr. and Miss Swing, Virginia
was a most exciting grade and Wanda Holton who Is
any Santa Ft FHA member Oct 23, the Santa Fe Band one, with Homecoming the skits and specialty acts arc Eighth grade Matt Bowden, In seventh Announces Rees and Mac Douglas.
The corsages will be distributed Boosters sponsored a donkey not known, but will be named Joann Calawiy, Melanie Condo gradeA
big event. Each day had a Best Attendance and :Mr. and
special General Executive Board
Friday. softball game in High Springs. later. Cheryl Cook, Alice Ann Fill. Bronson IIi
WHS still to be
name. Monday was Miss remain
Tag I
Come and join the homecom. The game was to help raise ITEMS OF INTEREST: A inglm. Dale Henderly. Phyllis Meeting of the Bishop Chapterof
Day. and elected.It .
Ing festivities this week, and money to finish paying for the saying 'Beat everyone wore. a tuesday tag straw poll was taken last week ,Jan Holder, Betsy Johnson the Future Homemakers of Honor Roll

cheer the Santa Fe Rebels to brand new senior band u n V Farragut" by Mrs. Snow's 12c core class .Kathy Johnson, Terri! Laird I America was held Thursd a y seems the up and coming
I was Tacky Day, with students Forty five girls attended representing -]I ,Jr. High football team has really .
victory.The forms. The game made $17S toward for Pre.ldcnt of the United Nicole McKay, Linda Mauldin,
wearing I mismatch. the five Home Eco-l I BRONSON The honor roll: struck dirt, as the
rll'ltslx pay
weeks have passed this goal. States and Governor of the Janice Medler, David M 0 kler,
and report carda were !issued I On Oct. 29, concerned, wor. ed clothes and shoes Wednesday State of Florida This was for Todd Kalnsberger, Kate Rum- nomics classes. I of Bronson High School students tromped Chlefland. 21 0 tan

The students making all ned and even scared seniors school colon everyone dressed In the grades 7 through 12 and the stu baugh Shwyl Raper, Margarel'Rogers NEWS BULLETIN: Crutches: has just been released by I Tuesday. Again, tee give spe-
A's are as follows 7th grade, received the result of the Sen. white dents' preferences were: John- Claudia Souders, Sharon beginning to be a common sight School Principal Buren Duna. cial mention to young David

Kim Blount, Jacqueline GUlls, ion Placement Test given on Thursday brought some 298-Goldwater 174, Hoi- Strickland, Roland Stuart, around Bishop. .Mrs. Leighty vant Mitchell as he played a fine
John Schuman, and James Oct. 5. The seniors are glad I thing new, known as List Day. am 222-Burns 194. :Debbie Waldsn, and George beautifying the office with love- The list is for the first six; game and scored tw.. t e u e n-

Stephens. ; 8th grade, David Bag their suspense Is ended. One student started the day ley; 7i>trnitpr. ,lv Trnnlrnna_ roses. weeks period of school work.j|downs .Keep it up Devils'
.- -- -.. .-- with a paper In his hand and The band and cheerleaders :! u-'=: In order to make the honor roll Oct. 29, Willlston was proud

the first person to say to him are scheduling an overnight I 1 a student must maintain a 3.5'I to be the host of Levy Couty's

"Beat Admiral Farragut" signed trip to Tallahassee this Fri 1 better and must not', '
average or College Day. In all, around
Buchholz his name on the list and day, to encourage the football' have any grade lower than a students attended the event! '

took the paper to hold until team In their annual clash with I "C" and all work must be com 250 from collegesall

someone did the sam to him. Florida High, FSU's laboratory pleted. I Representatives .
I the state were thereto .
At Pep Assembly Friday those school. Panther's i Students making the roll this discuss over with the students ill!) I

BuzzesThe persons whose names were on. UNDERTOW Eileen Marshall i period areSeventh : I future plans for attending the \.

the list were recognized as having knows that happiness Is I' grade, Janice K e en, of their choice.

school spirit. Can'I Talc :Mike Meeks and Linda W I II.I ,college .
Friday was set aside as finding the right answer liams The emotions of the Carnuai

"Love the Team" day. We are that be Chick Hinton mowing i| ''I I Queen Candidates grew ten* ;
I Eighth grade, Michelle May
first six weeks period'Is i on their best one minute writ-
extremely proud of the team the lawn? the crowning took place
l as
I Jan Drummond and Nancy Lay-
over Faces were character ng are: Leatha Lovett, 36.; Kathy ___ i !
ed by smiles or frowns ,, .- _.-_- _. ___ I ,field. last Thursday night, at the Annual
as report McGee, 34; Judy Rents -
cards were handed outlast and Shirley Madison, 31: Mar. I j Hjr CAROLYN HILL and TURON COURTNEY I Ninth grade, Timmy Gilbert Amateur Hour. The 1963 t t'I
: : <\"
Wednesday, Mike Bllziotes da Morgan and Diane Laird I : : Carol Swaggtrty Sharon Robinson Queen''I Kay Smith, crowntd

(191Susan/ Hennessey ((9-1)), :33 and Franklin Watson. her Majesty, Miss I Nan
; Ricky Lyons and Barbara '
I This has been a busy I'o'dock there was a Roast Beef Edmon
very I Smith and King Larry
and Mary Palmour ((1-1)) made Beville, 32: Jim Funk, Jack'* Shark week at N.H.S. The who Ie Dinner sponsored by the Student Tenth grade, Macenla Beas i :
straight "A'.". Those the ley, Kathryn Mikell Shirley I I ,
on Jeckham. Earl Williams and j
school has been buzzing with activity Council. At eight o'clock son.The
"A" and "B" Honor Role Wright and Jordan Student Council was yen
are Karen McElwaln, 30 Barbara Joyce
1:1 Practically n e the big game started At half-
Ru sell Blain ((71)), TI \ everyo Eleventh grade Ha active this past week and the
m m Y\\Alvarez, who had typing I In has been at work getting readyfor time the queen was crowned Tommy 1
Ke .' (11), Mark Morgan ( summer school also t U doing I Chatter all the homecoming activities -I and the attendants vens, Steve Bird, Linda Robinson f I results were this year's theme
H, Jean Sneerlnger (7.1), K.thy mighty 51. Congratulation to *I1 I After the were presented and Carolyn Martin. I,for Homecoming, "As the Can
the Tom
Conner (8-11), Donald Ha, of these' : game the Dev7Get "
people Twelfth Swill r Gets Rougher
1 grade, Mary y, paign
Tuesday morning ,the S t u- After the game the Tom Rol '
vms ((8-1)), Robbie Hyatt (8-1)), November I Cleo Tabb and Iflmer Tougher." All floats In t*
: Saturday, 7, t heF.H.A. I 'dent Council sponsored a break. Roland Trophy was presented. Joyce 1' ,
Marilyn Rain f it-1)), Starlet Sublet will sponsor a car uash BY MONROE' JAt'LTNEY and JOAN ROSS fast at Ingrid Restaurant. A and Trophy ,Griffith, friendliest, Jan Gold I. Homecoming parade will I I J K

t ((1-2), Eileen Bird (9-1)), I--- ___ __ __ _______ was presented to .
for a fund raising project. The =-- good-size crowd turned out to the senior boy who played the en and Robert Philpot, best allI ] based on this theme.
Judy Coursey ((9-1)), Jeanne Kin- car wash' will be held from 10 All of the candidates for the ion eat. best This I
trip.'I Dough.nuts, Orange juice, game. was decidedby -- I
Her ((91)), Barbara Masters
AM to t P.M. at the filling I Halloween King and Queen hot milk coffee and of I
(9-1)) Nocks chocolate a team Impartial judges.
Mike I
( Kay ((9-1)), J
Rowland ((9-1), Jackie Taylor station in front of Belk's In the contests are working harder I been real busy at our school I;some breakfasts were enjoyed The dance was held in the gymnasium ,

(9-1)) Ronnie Crowder Gainesville Shopping C e n t er, this year than ever before. The We took a very active part In 'by those who attended. The students and a live band was
( (9-2)) Ka.
thy James ((9.2)), Emory( Sweir-, The cools will be: cars $100, winner of these contests really the Levy County Fair and after .1 who attended were givena there to furnish the music Tornado j
Ingen ((9-2)), and Judy Rents I cars with whitewalls], $1.25,I earn the title. Everywherewe I that we prepared for our ;, tag to wear for the day say. This week Is TWIRP week at

((9-4)! ) Keep up the good work!! Hondas motorcycles, and mOo look Is a representative with Halloween Carnival. It seems ing that they attended the Panther N.H.S. TWIRP means "The Talk

The F.F.A. have elected their 'torscooters 50 cents Come rn something to sell It has gotten like October is one of the busiest breakfast. Tuesday was Woman Is Required to Pay.

ol leers for the school year down and let the girls wash so bad that the townspeople are I I months of school ,also color day. The students During the week the girls will ,

Those officers are: presl d t n t your car for you! afraid to come out of their I First grade celebrated two were asked to wear blue and carry the boys' books, open 11,. rtC; ; (\ :\MURGFIt I

Zan Hulson vice preside n I Tumbling intramuraIs were:houses for fear of meeting a: birthdays Oct 19 Kathy gold, the school colors doors, and do all of the other I

Ronnie Norris, secretary Eddie held Wednesday and Thursday class salesman and afraid of I Lashley and James Fines. Rex Wednesday was Cheer Day. things the fellas normally do
Herb, treasurer Sammy in the gym PK Yonge chal. staying home because of the',Grover In fifth grade also had The cheerleaders led the students -for the girls Here Is a schedule .j .-. -- -- '>,1

Jenkins, reporter Ldmar Ches- lenged' the Buchholz Buccaneersto door to door salesman after!a birthday this past week. He' in cheers after lunch. I of the events that will take

ser, sentinel James Lyons, a football game The game!'their last dollar! ;celebrated his ninth brlthday Thursday was Rattler D a place each day. On Oct 23, Bradford Tornadoes ..'number of votes will be the ;;,

and chaplain Davd! Bur,o. was played Thursday, 4.00 at I We are still minus a commerIcial at his home All the students were asked Y'I Monday-Tag Day (Of course moved to Palatka where I Homecoming Queen for 19M '
P.K. teacher. If that bring something that would I they faced the opposition in a,The other three girls will comprise "
Several of our typing it u isn I bad The film nude by Bill Berry the girls must pay for these) I .
dents are already typing In the Glimpses In Passing: Saddle enough, we just lost our after, from Orlando about Cedar make noise to school. The purpose Tuesday Rings j I IWednesday battle to maintain their no-loss the court. '
I substitute of this was to build up the I I record. Many times we were i I The! senior class has undertaken
thirties on one mlnuti timed oxfords seem to be coming I I Key will be shown In the High Marriage Llc-'
of the school ,:sure our Tornadoes would I for the I
spirit Thursday a project purpose
writings. Those with thirty or I back in style Football players Our football players were School auditorium at 10:30: a.mTh ense
Panther Prowl The I ij score, but the clock and other of making finance our
have night was : money
more correct words per minute 'obviously like cookies ready to a football aamel public Is Invited to attend.
last week since they did I n I', We have many guidance and classes presented their skits 'I Friday Dance ;I Factors produced a scoreless trip to New York City in>
I There bonfire cheers,i: At the dance 'tie. Friday the Tornadoes wentto Washington D.C. This I II.
have a game the previous week vocational films that will be] was a big a King Uglyi', ,
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n .. with snake 1'will home-,1 I Live Oak for the sixth chicken '
ended be
''W* met Hawthorne Friday in!shown our high school students,and it a crowned. Each game dinner sponsored
,.- Hawthorn.. throughout the year [dance through town :room is asked to choose a boy,I1 I of the season :the class which will be bt' "I

The seniors had | Friday was the big day. The :to participate In this The winner Big news with the seniors Friday night preceding '
a very suc The Juniors and Seniors, with .
I started will be chosen basis''last week was the Placement homecoming : ,
,cessful wash Homecoming parade at II on the game. To promo'
car on Oct. 24. All Mr Campbell attended College '
business two o'clink. That night at five of penny votes. r!Tests. which---- were nn D.vlvvn.... nn V" ticket sales, the seniors plan 0 \
Itlslang was appreciated Theyare Day at illiston on Thurs '
- 'Monday
t 1\ raising for their sndTueday.'rh results "trick or treat' with the tickeii '
:: 'o- money senWe day.
I "'! I'! will be told to every student -on Saturday night Instead

I Indian Drums ;; Individually in about six candy, cookies or any of (lit I
'weeks tin
normal Halloween goodies
., JtUUIUII1)) i .
) ,
.' College entrance exam I n a. students want money In rebel

I \: .:. 1I twoo
I Ily :\Rin.N W7. and (',\Hor, 11LCHANAN I AND CAROL WARRENKeystone's I[''goal line to give them a six:'primarily her These for exams the student are designed,fair because the trea ter H,It''
plan- gets
a treat
-- Homecoming has 'point lead By halftime the Indiana -
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: to attend
jnuig an out-of
come and gone and natural had reduced this lead to school I
The Melrose High School 1 l however, will ride on a float In ly, much too quickly. I'five j[ or a privately controlled -, Today

agenda is packed with exciting1''the parade Friday afternoon before .. l II, n: (O.\SI'tn: The festivities began Thursday A special halftime show was I The B college H S. Band In Florida.had a busy, III Histon

dates, beginning with the F homecoming and enjoy the and CATHY INfiMAN night I with the annualSnakeDance' ,presented, starting with the weekend aherj of them with a)

F A. Banquet last Thursday|Melroie-Taylor game from their that started;,l majorettes marching and twirl-': trip to Tallahassee immediately I''
from the town park and ended, Today la HistoryBy
,tog to one of their finest .
This was the annual Father.Son'I places of honor on the rnyal' at the school The cheerleaders I I:tines The spot light was turned rouF ball following the Live Oak foot: TilE ASSOCIATED pRESs*

Banquet and a big event for platform The Uestwood music department .The newspaper staff did an excellent :led\ the participants of the'I F toward the crowning of this I said game Phyllis Had ,lock I Today is Sunday, Nov I'I/
that the
F.F,A. boys and their lathers: Because we are quite prowl' has been sponsoring a Job. Our congratulations,
Tim Starling of Santa re, one|of our small, but sophisticatedand Urge candy sale campaign I 1 go out to the staff and Its editors !-!of Keystone while chanting end,Diane Chapman The members They planned Friday night I ,!|days left In the year.
of the six F.F.A. slate vice refined Senior Class\ and,'The In which It is Is doing quite well and! : Terry Rlgsby. editor In- 'shouting Indian Yells H i|,of her court were: Carol Wolf. there and be ready spend for the Satur.iday' night.:I I I Today's highlight in histr:: .

idents, was the guest s pres-I,because we regretfully have so, candy very Usty chief At the school. the ,majorette.Delores Munch Jon Rt]( activities Onthiadatelnl7lltltebank
\hi be quite serviceableto Debbie Green, associate | centering j c'JII:
proved skit the students In States
little Urn ten with its members ;|presented a to -
around FSU '
The annual PTA Halloween we have decided to aoj I people who bought It for distribution .i editor, Nigel LJttlejohn. news\which symbolized the In dun's';parade of floats followed, with I', :tered by Congress was ozed. *
I 1
Carnival was Saturday, It pro.:;quaint you with on* senior each I' 10 Trick or Treatm ,Ricky Rosenberger and Larry IISandvfer hopes I for victory In the 11",1!the first plae prize and;Florida Approximately 47 bands from It was the Bank of V.

vided gobs of food, a wide variety :''week Saturday night. The money I features Linda Al-il,to follow the next night A huge i trophyawardediothe jailer I !went Georgia and Alabama;America in Philadelphia r

of games and other entertainment This week 'mad from sales will be used.mand. gossip, and Tim Good'I bonfire was then set by Ine class and to take part In the parade,;it started doing busine* *

such as pony rides. IIUE.'D.OBEItI.S we introduce:'to buy Instruments for the'sports. cheerleaders to boost !cwolspirit : with halfume activities com-. thehal/timest !theVame. January 1752.Onthisdate.

a horror movie and a general a second band. Also. If the money .Is In At this bonfire, the pew pleled, Indians Tuesday the princess and I
store The parents liked the,)e.tr uudent (t Metros and d line there will bean The annual staff has been our ran back on'queen candidates were a. ,. "
by the d e a Mr and Miss School Spirit the field. Try at they r In 1509 Michelangelo P i
one who has bu might,
store; the kids liked the games: ,herself really proved additional! WO 00 profit. Lets assembling the iciest Wilson Tyre and Diane Chip-1 our boys just couktn the ousty mauling the results of !ings on the ceiling of tine kl
and liked the food. Brenda is president of yearbook. Annuals will be In stop S1.election: however, because,
everybody musicians'Each .
'the make that deadline man. were chosen.The ::Dragons Al game end |Chapel 1 were first exhibited
It was a big success In providIng Senior Class, a cheerleader : class will hav a high during April. Students will be' second phase of the. had 7 points, whereas the Senior Placement Test' In 17U. the Stamp Act ItI
a member ol the m' many
Letter1I1f'I1' their class roion
safe fun for the young'I 'salesman who will receive a,ttting pictures '|Homecoming activities, the cftierooon [squad from D and K had 19 completely forgot'about ]I English tax on the A1'Mf"t"
people on Halloween Bight the girls' basketball and a member team. She of.!I I prize for his work. 'about two weeks. |,( parade. began at the!I Our indiana played one of:w.re al otIn work,. The, Da students',colonies, was placed to fji.

Our Mustang Homecoming Is' Is studious as well as vlvscioutiand ,I Ueslwoud defeated Buchhoti\ There are many new style In!:]school Headed by Trooper'their finest games of the sea-,011 Wdnody 10 first perIod I to 1864. th* U.s. postal v
; 31-7 girls' clothing seen on our ''Leonard Jones the members of win. but )lack 01 experience and they wer, gi veQ I ry order system went fc:*
set for Nov. 20. This will t* the fun-loving Her favorite bobbies ,last week by an Impressive : campus ,the .pportwuty 10
last game of the season. We art cosmetics, which she I victory This victory mad us' this year The girls are'!'the parade marched throtigY! I players proved the Dragon tel I The mula. vow ;eration.
''the center of town, and the!be the victors. are .. folio, ., In tlPodfcl(
knee t U.s.
wearing socks 1952. the
play Taylor and truly plan to uses sparingly, and art. S b t'the "City Champion West. aling..1'shot ] till grade PrtncM
romp over the wildcats Admit- takes pride la her appearanceas wood remains undefeated and'I shifts, and Saddle she t s/;'rrowd warmly responded wall!|| After the game, the Athletic!BoUnger: 1th grade, Marilyn:I first hydrogen bomb. at E..:":*'

tedly, we seem to be on the bottom well as In her manners She! untied. Good work boys W. are, (commonly called Howdy Dwd-i1:applause "Wtory Fever" was I Department sponsored! ain danct!linda Lee: 11th grade pr llfeu' tot Atofl In the Marsh3Teaears "

end of the romping this II one of the neatest and roost proud 01 our team lesbytheboysi) I1 I1I 'running high. I the school eafetortira where Iaren La,. The prthces nds.
e'clock arrived! queea .
finally the "P1I.antoma" I ranc *W.f2
but 'Irmly believe we popular girls In edition of school I supplied some dates have bees ago -
year, w. school recommended The first the SEEN-N HEARD: Well al1right" ,and the Keystea e bleachers good Tug-cutting' mm* Mid- narrowed down''I i Fulgencw Batata was eW!
will take this game Our Queen by teachers as wen as''newspaper entitled W e I wood I becoming a popular and:,were packed with eager fans eight struck and the .Ondettl- It four They are Patsy Cole-'I president of Cuba with"* l3;

and her court were elected b) adored by students. May *tIhe .1 WhHpers ..s Issued Friday It t frequently wed phr... I IMany From the tint seconds of the las. beaded for home 'maa. Cbes'i! Shealv. Jass'1'sluon. .
the student body last week The u l't'b.l1Ifn. trw in Include enjuytd both the student Hardy and Jane ".
was by girls Men on crutches:game u was a hard fought bat Homecoming' has Adam From Five r *
outcome of the election la lo be ; tier point of etretlence brat and th* faculty The after two weeks .I hunhlhgi I:'e between both teams. The a me and these tour lirts tfIt entire! suu-I 13 years agolndu Jwu
gone Maybe ,
now w Minister declared:
ran "a: :Nehru
kept secret until the week be- ,.'00' with our own Yes, Breida' paper will be twued a a i We,lwmd bexnig, "CITYCHWPS. OrlP1hl caused a s'r! -., tome ti .j r:.,.ft necl nM der' bod) lit I.'c' r!' ep. making adequjtt t' I

fore horaecomiPI. The winners ,monili and) will cost a dime. I''.hen l>;7 sent *n* ct i lit r''ed&zr r p..rz The It Ct I fA' g,[, i It tiinaIorneetth.Ulrr:4dIncision w
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f )1 t..t r... ;11 by Red 'f\


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Sunday, November 1, 1964 GoJnmillt Sun. .-38_
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:THIS IS I' I !I Await Salvation Army Beds, Food 1 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ I

Our Town : : Homeless NightlyB

\ Prixeword Puzzle Corner
i GRACE KNIGHT Maintaining an adequate staff submitted to the United Fund.A .

IT Student Journalist to carry out the activities of the part-time secretary is employed

III Providing shelter for he nightto I Salvation Army is a problem, in the office. 1

1 By JEAN CARVER persons without a home is as the rate of pay Is low. The Operating expenses cover fuel last Week's OIINIJIV1LL. SUN MIIIWORO CONTIIT IUIIIJ.
Conceivably, could i
you put character assassinations. the daily activity of the Red number of needed Is I
persons to run the van light and heatin FUIZIS It MMra
400 years between last election I Tlw *rlr* tor IK* wrwt Mlutlm 10 mwe MIZIWOO
Shield Lodge operated by the always than the rwtwrf m nit uui, Hit wwkiy pros .HIrwnniit
Man's prejudices have been greater number the lodge and the sorting depot II : loans nouixMi' n fcjnMy
and this if
you're looking for I ,
until MvM
neatly categorized !Salvation Army at 22 SW 2nd actually available service. PrizcicordExplanations MMcrltM.. <. M twtor
enthusiasm and optimism by political and telephone 5. It IM wiNtln Mr nt KM bnn I IMrmMfilMrad
by St. I II* 5015 7D Mn, *n .,1a home M III* will t* MM*. It rMr 15m
large numbers of voters that speechmakers so the candi- i To operate the lodge for Laundering of 'bed linens !is one '= MIIW: It nctlv, tram nm4llvr, lubicrlDm' *:* ewut SIN
dates Men who are traveling In 'I'Sed I55.
typified election day 1960. can take advantage of the search of families transients, someone is needed to done on the premises. I .. Th* tun 55IsI win' My M Iwnt HI MCA Mr* ell IM mrrctr sited ,It.f.. -
backlash frontlash and generalanti Jobs moving be in charge, to register the A major proolem facing the OHO. pure /. II me r. "M *M nrrKt MlutkM I* I MM, "ulf.o II rMd
Then the word was vigor. intellectual :from one part of the country to ..' IK.* prlt. numy will M ivl4M' tquiily' moot HIM tubmlltHif" lit ten
whiplash IS ...
guests prepare the supper and Salvation Army Is the anticipated rcl .h.l
You were amused by John ,another children who victims l
I they stump around the country. are breakfast, clean the rooms and, loss of their quarters. The CLfES ACROSS .. to*. IK.* Fitzgerald Kennedy's broad A's I Statewide of the breaking up of a tin IK* **r" .KK* you HIM, Mat MM Ox du MiinitMi, CIte out IK* tuiii.
candidates wash sheets and towels. SW 2nd St. has
at 22 .
I property 0' UM 500$15 (KurMlMwwi .
and his tKilmll' MKhwlltel *r tf rwlw w55role
Jabbing In
emphatic marriage all can find a bed 1. PATCH not watch. PATCH
have played verbal To I rwrMuclUm Will IM M KMeURI' IMl, .. MI'll Fit
tag collect the clothing and been sold and the building Is ttflttlt n M
dex finger. You could almost there for the night j I Is more apt As regards Klltan ol IK.* IwtoM ...." M fliw we OIl conlMtMirt Mint. Prt muitroMrty
with who "ap-
can be the latest toIcall furniture donated by Gainesville to be torn down. sects II .coN m5 wlsw. M 5 .mdUlr, M551ry. all ..,.... MrnrM ny
. put credibility in a revived the other a cheat and liar. A hot supper a bath and people, a van is used with a I earances," a watch needs to M HI* G.,....."'/* Pvbiiuilnt compwy tit- now CM !M r5LM.d.I .

"Happy Days Are Here It has been termed a race of breakfast In the morning give a driver I Members of the advisory be more than merely "neat"to .Anyms. 5ansnpleys eo m. 0.111"" ...b'I.' .... Csmel.ny led /hell
Again. I renewal of strength and spiritto Board who for "make it worthwhile" lsmllle4 may 55's 151. c551Ne.
the lesser of two greater than To sort the are searching a
There were new horizons. usual evils.They've face the new day. These are in clothing, hang It building to move into Include A: 7. CURIOUS not furious CURIOUS ...*....After.,.. you kv* KIM. .Ni Ih.* wtii.... .MI* it .. me ..... *l I Hurwt
I sections for men, women, MoN N mm PMTM" ."1. Hi Prlmm N'.. G.,....,,"'. tuftiinwm ,
Youth could look to new fron played games about provided without charge to those and children and to administerthe Z. Adkins Jr.. Edgar A. ethel matches up better with NIpi1, Deoo Rot U.rtm.n. -, Oitw, *,.'*151.sill" lhdilt.* It to tr.*, M'_ 511o115, ..ICO's.1i
tiers. It wasn't necessarily embarrassing bank accounts in Nassau! with who need them. Over 1,500 distribution of it requires Jr., John Brassington, Sheriff J. 'baffle' "A furious reaction"may MIM.., muM, ..... rMflvid It th. 0.lntlvll.. lun live MtriM. ml |M.(.. 'HIM *555's.
to feel that there no notable response from the nights lodging are provided In a one person In charge. M. Crevasse Jr., Harry Edwards ., well anger and hurt him. enlrl55. .oc1M51 W.ill "55w1epM" mN, n.mm.1M conme' M. m stnp4d, 5511155, .Wi s *.Uy, .( 'to HI.* m5/11/

r was a chance that political electorate. year and 3,000 meals. Rev.. U. S. Gordon, Earl S. STORY not storm He'mav" r. TI,... ,
CIII be ,
,e leadership had gained new Since the politicos began! The United Fund of Gainesville The Salvation Army complies Hardoe. Arthur Holmes. E. Ruf be "looking for" such a .... ,ow, soy 5ubmn,5 M /eonsp55d55r0...... Mw se aye 101.M MAIM. 'shy III' a/ldl,M.MIn.wsl''I tile_tn'Nse.

t stature in terms of education, creating a national barnyard of contributes about 40 percent strictly to a set of procedureslaid fin Jones Jr., Ralph Longman. STORY, but a "political storm" .....A. .ep.. y II 5 Oolllle, sun may toe samI4 A,5 M en., N m5
r'i cultural appreciation and simple Democratic and Republican of the money spent by the down for accounting for: Rev Thomas G. Mitchell I .' makes itself evident. It's not 1 I", .'...10.OevaOTM/....,.. oaks m....Ooin55r/n5...,. 1.. IF 101 ** WfumMyt piss. 0.11I..

compassion for humanity filth shortly after Labor Day, Salvation Army here In a year. funds and recording activities. Rev Earl Paige! A. Pierre something "a reporter" would .cv, o,. ."usct ,

io d'', >In addition to political skill. !more than one voter has shrugged The other 60 per cent is con- I A quarterly financial report_. Is_'Vidal, Rupert G. Ziegler I actually "look for" tund.y'euitei, eslnoy011'i'bN: ,.,,";sun,nc.d. 55d now.sham"IIIZaWOIIO 1ft Illl ums Publ/5d'ltlrrWOln.M Mot

Four years and an upcoming ; his shoulders and develop.:! | tributed by members of the 12. BURN not bury. BURN I

l"I"! election later, the mood has ed an attitude rf quiet cynicism 'church, by Individual gifts, and links up better with "chemical "It' .TL,.r 0"11I.. arhsr ..,. MNrwa tho t4M I. w1YS1 say "..."......1
'.1 changed. toward the decisions up for by activities such as the sale $100 experiments." Any "student ; luntml10. ; wlt Ih1..nMM. ::: bka war qpN III sap eu011eh51, .._.1

The campaign has been one ratification on Nov. 3. of the War Cry a weekly newspaper WIN might( bury himself In" his

Id of personalities doing their best We've been saturated with studies, whatever their nature. 1.,,==I iVn. /L

k to one-up their opponent I in BJ's poor choice; of pals-: The Christmas kettle collection 13. PORK not work "There"

from Baker to J'!nkins and was made with the assistance Is always "plenty of work on a

':f Barry Goldwater's fascination of men of Gainesville farm." "There may well be' Clip end Poste on a 4e Postcard

I with applying a finger to some service clubs, who stood on plenty of PORK, however, I

'\ nearby trigger. street corners ringing bells In 15. REST not jest "Nervous C V JA
ass How pre-school it makes the ale traditional fashion that Is a ten lon" may well make it difficult D

y Kennedy-Nixon campaign look. part of the winter scene all over for them to REST, cer! V RE I VEAY

I t.0 NEW SHOWER VALVE'' II Why on earth didn't those two America. The money provided tainly On the other hand nervousness .:

oe ONI HANDLI DOIS I spice their appeals with some 83 food baskets and 31J toys for often prompts to Jest,I RE

b ::clever filmstrips about moral children at Christmas as a reaction or way of trying

decay, nuclear destruction. o r The Gainesville lodge is one of to relax. Test Is remote. N R M UM

looun minority groups I a large network .of Salvation 20 TOUGH not cough. "You" I UA

Sure, I'll get to the polls. Nearly Army lodges operated all over would "be troub'ed by I rough

ins C in the morning like I did the United States. It Is one of to some extent, at least "Fac S T ', .. Sl

'nt four years ago. But it'll be before the ways In which the slogan, ing up to a TOUGH" young- l "w I

they closi. I "Heart to God and Hand to ster say "'you might possibly; G ,r O TG

ere And I'll flip some "for" leers Man" Is carried out In actual ..... be troubled" but he I'mlght' O-

all .roc. and some "against" ; service. also turn away and decide that ,

the ;;. But there's this II nagging A warm Jacket or a pair of '@ ? f 11'. not worth his causing any I r rI
H. J. BOX thought that even after some of ;.- : "trouble.
j shoes may be given to the traveler ;
PLUMBING COMPANY1a1.1 :those "for" levers are locked, fitted from the supply of 21. SAILORS not tailors. One I A SN
4IONW. 19th UNI
it's not what I meant. I
n" ,:." fit ..221. I It's what I am least aealnstDo'You guess I donated clothing sent In by GRIDIRONGREENBACKS finds a greater concentration 01 P E EQt.

ace Gainesville residents. Or he may tailors' establishments "in err

be helped to get ready for a Job Lain areas," but this Is hardly

Ant interview by the loan of a razor a question of their "congregat < 1114 fill MeCUIII IYNOICATIE

i' or the gift of shaving cream Ing" SAILORS Is more to the l If you *r. not mw a ham - Want to- Counselling people in trouble point. / scriber end would like ta hove Th* Sun
/ J/// alerted chick bee. fxlr Bonus tot
Is of the main
activities of
one d.wer.d
ma ? NOTICE 23. CANE not rape or caw. home- iubKilbri. So Aisle No. 2
I Capt. Guy Smith, officer in CANE is the most reasonable Nem.

charge. Sometimes the trouble Sorrtj contdtonti In the Gridiron Grnboclii cont.it answer for the clue words,
)' is a financial one, which can be was contused by lost *..k'. winning .MlKtion due to "
"make good of for
/ Balance Your hose lnrprtalian centcit rules by rh. reporting' |uda.. urn years. Strnt Nvmhw
elsie Budget met by help In finding I Job Th ludg,,' rapart. of rh< winning, nlry laid two goats Capes and can" wear out and, Mill ,*, *ri.*w.,4 Cnt*..
am or by letting up a home with ",... ""...4 on rh. nllr. card" furthermore, It's vague as I t 0 I Th. C.l....lll. Sun
.yT I t / the gift of used furniture contributed Thot wot the cai, but one *f the two gamn was tn. what kind of cap or cant b I l.. }7, AtlriMiiin, ".,
tl-briokr gums which dot net count ot a ngulorMlcction
: to the Salvation
Armyby only I to Mttl t'.i, rh. point, ihould 'hove besn Implied.
Its Consolidate the people of Gainesville. further Mplamtd. Cur State Ph.ae
: : Other troubles may be concerned Loss w.k's winner, along with flv. other entrant. 24. PRESS not dress The
S" with sudden disasters mused but on* gam, All picked Florida to beet Alabama i phrase, "of old fashioned design .
Pds.rd .
.., In th ti -brok r. The wmn.r woi chows 'by blng Closest' be to .r.
might applied a
: such as fire or flood. Clothingfor to tti: actual scorn scored by och tam ;In th* tnbrokr.S w
I All Your Bills men women and childrenIs .vrol' o it., entrants PlCk.d the correct: winner, and In PRESS; but a dress Is ..Imply""oldfashioned.
collected from the community two caws the .oct: ecor, of th. Alobom.Florida. gam. ." : ACRDOtiSc
However, that" entrlei could not be conildered bcau
1 1 l 1 19f' by the Salvation Army, and two Of' more garnet wire mitwd In the litt of top games I. Of modern furniture, there Ileas tendency for certain
Is given to people In need. The lelecled tnt the cont. CLUES IXW per i to be .
parts .
Have One clothing Is stored at a sorting 'In addition" torn ",.,. ditqualifled" becaiue they were -

Payment Only depot located at 61S NW 2nd not on dote o portal reading card of th luitobl. conitt for rulei.mailing., Judges againatked 1 ATTITUDE not altitude 1 I 7. The time when he was In Jill would be ont part of aman's

St. Prove disastrous" Is the sort lift he wouldn't want to -.

A home for unwed mothers Is of phrase one applies to gross 1 Humility might possibly characterize/ one
errors of tactics, etc, and suits
j operated by the Salvation Armyin WINNER Contest No. 4 ATTITUDE: better In a literal I. It's perhaps more especially when shi'i on duty that a
and several hundred
Here Howl Tampa, working nurse
sense, lying at "the wrong al! may appear so.

_the young state women are from cared throughoutthe for there J. WILLIAM JONES titude". could simply lead to dlailer *- 10. Hiving It, you',. unlikely/ la be bored

1964on. each year. Counselling those In 3. CARP not rare. "Can be 12. Fimlllir name for a girl
need of advice about such problems 1029 SW 1st'AVE.CONTEST put down to Indifference" favors .

You Now Pay Consolidation Is one of the areas In CARP. "The fact that a U, A tall spar

$14.9 Mortgage which Capt. Smith la on call. man doesn't rar." Is "Indilfer. 16. If over average slue, they might merit the description,
Lttn Co. "
PO!! YOU Help is often given to people RULES enct. sturdy, <
our 59.50 who time residents but 4. RUN not fun. "It's possible
Wrj. Payment WOULD I are long- 18. Shouldn't be too extravagant, of course
to have a RUN a toboggan
on ,
In dire need. Untold loaves
art .._ .._
Car 72.10 IMmI M .auMell '- 55055 svmSN M
Payment PAY certainly Whether or not It can 1 II. Insects
of bread are distributed .s M M .... wN 551 .5m N5N10dTn

n Dept Store 40.00 ONLY throughout the year; clothing tats .. ...to_M.ol.'e tor _a.,5.. 1M'.''n,...allIs .,'. be regarded as fun Is, to some is A man with a fertile Imagination Is likely to product _
..._ extent a butter of and ont
ec from the sorting room Is givento L All most ui.ee a soul M vW 5551 II Mtn opinion ,

, ,, Bank 2S.20 people who ask for aid. awe.. ...M., me"I n.nala.. __..aw_ m5.wm.r 55,oot. a tile'sowv._. II..1lnyo. ...., consequently, does not suit the scheme after another

nor: 66.66 In*. .... MMm. .K 5.1.555 .... .- Mss the.use -. we clue phrase, "It's possible to 23. In handling they could cause quid nasty wounds.
Another conducted ..* M IM t.nMMr.. 0'5 04M5 5 M.1a.A "
,n activity, one .. W'ss 555 Ie ms and Men
keuI You How Pay $234.39 by Mrs. Smith, Is the sponsoring L"* rMMOMI,5s moe* Ne Ism msa.55"5 AI M hMM T'nmy .-.... tae S. LISP not limp. A LISP, ana 2f. Attaching a handle, when necessary, shouldn't prove too
......... 5.d Nan M 555505 5155.
OR LESS of youth Troops nxnl ta I* ...... ., defect In Itself II directly difficult.
group mU sera ...... IM N.swt55e Ml* IM IM MlwMM. more
to of Sunbeams and Guards meet me old M. IMr* .>N *. A Is
Call or Write Today M nined II .nSW -_ WIHMT Mck MM 5,4 to IMI apt limp s iymp- 25. Where a mm of action la concerned, I conventional tort
the weekly and are trained In crafts lite 555 sN1d M a PM pnd.yA eN IM ..... MM ...em inns It Is the rim theft of may hardly be sultablt.CLlMlJOWN .
,tu.1 If out-of-town-cell collect to earn merit badges.! The Home a.,nods. -. 5,5555. .Soya 55es 5wt.d. 505sy .mss5 a5sues. "on.' would seek to ",eI rid
.555.50 svs W m5"Mmdn1 .
piai1el: League for women makes favors w. ee.Ms ..55s.sw. 1. A mm MIM sN a.m MM of : ,

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Campaign Splits ClergyBy 1 RELIGIONPresbyterian Set for Thursday

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Methodist women In the sent a choral reading "Circle
GEORGE W. CORNELLAP to the thinking of every church I palgnlng by tax-exempt organizations upholding the right of individ-I WSCS are Beyond Fear."
Religion Writer know?" uals to declare their opinions.A MissionTo Gainesville District
NEW YORK (AP) Sharp further reaction came last having coveredrflish luncheonsat Program leaders in Reddick
On the other hand Johnson In Its current Issue the district
magazine week two locations In the Include Mrs. R. A. Alley and
differences were smoulderingthis in a letter from the vestryof
applauded the churchmen "for also discloses that a poll of Thursday. Mrs Peyton G. Bailey Oca-
weekend about the role of Goldwater's home church, Church
being concerned that America editors of 180 Protestant period- Organize as la: Mrs. W. J. Crosby, Citra
churchmen in the
presidential Trinity Episcopal In Methodist
meet her moral responsibility to icals showed 98 personally favor Wesley Memorial Mrs. W. H. Wynne, Mrs. D. A.
campaign. peace" and "to wipe poverty Johnson, 80 are for Goldwaterand Phoenix deploring the St. Louis Melrose Faith Presbyterian ers and deacons will be elected Church in Lake City will be hostto Deaderlck and Mrs. R. D. Rut-
Although they customarily from our land." 22 have no preference. episode and defending Gold- Chapel in Melrose, a mission and installed. Dr. J. Ralph women In the northern portion land, McIntosh and Mrs. L A.
confine themselves to issues and However, the poll showed only water as a man of Christian church of First Presbyterian Neal, father of Dr. James R. of the district and Reddick Gaitanls, Gainesville. Mrs. Gal-
avoid publicly backing particular "Men in the pulpit have a four had printed endorsements integrity. Church of Palatka, will be organized Neal Jr., will give the sermon. Methodist Church for women In of the Gainesville
candidates, there have been place In the leadership of our for Johnson and four others A group of 40 Roman Catholic as an Independent Friends\ of Faith Chapel are the southern portion. The Red-; tens is president -
numerous exceptions this time. people and they have a place In had either opposed or criticized Protestant and Jewish leaders church tonight at 7:30 p.m. welcome. The women of the dick luncheon will be at district WSCS.
Many individual clergymen ,our public affairs," the Demo- Goldwater. issued a statement In New York During the service which Is church, under the chairman- the Reddick Community Cen-: Others who helped plan the
and several religious publications cratic candidate said In Phila the of ter. Both meetings begin at 10:
Thursday protesting use being planned by Suwannee ship of Mrs. John J. Brennan, which details the .
have endorsed openly delphla. "I hope the day will: Sparks still were flying from the Jenkins case in the presidential Presbytery a congregation will are to give a reception Immediately a.m. and continue through the I program purposes
President Johnson or his Republican never come when a man tries to a recent antl-Goldwater state campaign. be formally organized and eld following the service. noon hour. The luncheons are and aims of the Federation -
opponent, Sen. Barry keep religion out of our national ment Issued by a group of 726 under the auspices; of the World Include Mrs. F. W. Koko-

Cold water. decisions on who shall lead us Episcopalians, Including 10 HAWTHORNE 1st DAPTISTWeek's Federation of Methodist Women. moor, Mrs. John Howze and
This has produced repercussions or where we shall go." bishops, in St. Louis where the Mrs. George Newell Gainesville
not in church church was holding Its
only circles conven
but also in the camps of the An evangelical fortnightly, tion. Participant In the Lake City and Barbara Miller, Bran-
candidates. Christianity Today published In Revival Startsand program include Mrs. John W. ford.
The convention itself went
Washington. D.C., editorially on
A big part of the opinion I Wilson, Gainesville; Mrs. W..
assailed the Protestant journals record specifically disassociating Revival services will be held Wilson of Ella l t '
voiced of churchmen. m Presley W. Pendergrass is
by groups I which have "promoted the defeat the church from the statement at the First Baptist Church in Baptist Church in Melrose.I I pastor of the Hawthorne First S. Ware Branford; Mrs. Hugo First Church of God
or through been against religious Goldwater.journalshas of one candidate and the and reaffirming its policyof Hawthorne beginning today and The revival will begin t h II Baptist Church.P'kview. I Leslie and Mrs. J. M. Williams UrtJtrteit, I"". Afl.ll.l.)

Keen objections to this have] election of another," noting that not endorsing or opposing concluding Saturday. The visit- morning, with services at 7:30: Lake City and Mrs. John Wtnliip S..lce lack Monday
been raised! In some church the law forbids partisan cam-, Individual candidates although ing evangelist will be Dr. 01- fym. each evening.The Brabham and Mrs. H. H. Adams 515NW.7:45 J7ld'M.Pl...

quarters. I, public Is invited to attend Baptist Starke. A group of wom (Clw.f.,4 R...) Ph. J72-7III

Goldwater himself has suggested Santa Fe Men and hear Gospel preaching and Alters ProgramParkview en from Interlachen will pre
the clergymen "get backto Baptist singing. Choir specials, duets
and trios will be
their business" of protecting the presented by I Baptist J Church'' 'THE TRUTH ABOUT
Hawthorne Adult and Youth

morals."The leaders of the church To Hear Guest Minister Choirs. On Thursday evening' 3403 evening NW services 13th St starting, announced today THE ASSASSINATION"TONIGHT
trio from
a Westside
Baptist 7:00 O'CLOCK
don't have much time to worry Church in Gainesville will bring; and continuing until next Mar.

\ about morals If they're worry- I the special music. Saturday I 1. I UNIVERSITY BAPTIST CHURCH
11 Ing about partisan politics," he The Association Brother Jacksonville. His subject will 1: New Orleans Baptist Theological night Is Youth Night and the Training Union will be at I I
said last week in his campaign hood of the Santa Fe River be "Portraits of Christ In the Seminary. His pastorateshave Melrose Youth Choir will p.m and the evening worship 1 1628 N.W. 6th StreetC.
swing through Iowa. Baptist Association will meet on Old Testament." included Second Baptist sent choral selections.Dr. pre-I hour will be at 715.
"How can they be concentrating Thursday at the Calvary Baptist Dr. Fussell has had broad Church in Bessemer Ala, for Wilson the Pastor at Parkview is V. F. GEORGE,
on morality when we find Church Supper will be servo experience In the world of the 11 years; the Centilly Baptist was recently elected moderator, Miles Patterson.
clerical spokesmen who now ed at 8:30: p.m. and the meet- Southern Baptist Convention.He Church In New Orleans for 10 of the Santa Fe River Baptist
J become loud advocates of Lyn ing will start at 7:30. received his B.A. degree years and the Myers Memorial Association. His interest is In
: don Johnson whose desire for The speaker will be Dr. W. from Howard College In Birmingham Church In Mobile for five years. the evangelistic outreach of the

power, In my opinion. represents Rupert Fussell pastor of t he Ala., and earned his Dr. Fussell has served In va- church. Last year he served as Give with
much that !Is.._!In! oppositionNorth ..Hyde Park_ Baptist. _Church I n B.D. degree and Th, D. at the rious denominational positions director of evangelism for the your I family big I 1 pleasure I this
Including work as moderator of association. He came to FlorIda -
the Bessemer and New Orleans from the Calvary B a pUst'' home entertainment VALUE
Central Baptist to. Vote Associations, member of exec .Church in Dothan Ala., where
utive boards of Alabama and h.i served for several years
I Louisiana and
president of
Louisiana Baptist Executive I) "'

On Record High Budget Board.of He Baton has Rouge served as General trustee -l Power of Prayer magnific.ntir

Hospital and New Orleans Baptist 4 IVragncrvo c
Central Baptist Church per cent to world missions each was decided upon In order to Theological Seminary and ;,.,.* "You Dear might Editor I
will vote on a record budgetof year. The budget percentage I I have the largest number of on various church committees.He h x with" to quote
$89,055.12 at the 11 a.m. worship going to world missions from people present to express themselves Is also a contributor t 0 V from on articles STEREO THEATRE
hour today, according to North Central Is now 19 per encyclopedia of Southern Bap- .,; by M a r InSergeant .
chairman of the finance com cent of total receiptS.The Robinson said that the growthof tists. D.mpseylnAm.rican David

mittee Lester Robinson.The budget was presented to North Central has enabled The brotherhood of all churches Mer.
the church to go from a $15,000 cury as follows .
the church night of the association
new recommended budget Wednesday are urged 'In .
budget to nearly $90,000 In 16 : momtnti
follows the principle of the and discussed In detail, and a to attend this meeting and to of dang
months. In October alone there
"two-plus-plan" where-by a copy has been mailed to each were M new members taken Into bring Bibles. tr a man i is o Optically filtered 280 sq. fn. Big Screen TV
IU two church The vote today thrown back on himself as at
church tncrtiitt budget << I I family.
., the church. no other Sims. Prayer and I e Nolse-free FM and selective AM Radio
In addition to the Increase fn Group to Hear faith give him a fmllng ofonce.
mission giving the budget also .,, with the Divine, and -sf e True Stereo High Fidelity Phonograph
Music Set nduc tht Sealing I of Isolationand '
Program calls for double payment on Mrs McCoy f.ar Soldiers do not I All In one beautiful, space-saving cabinet
debt retirement.In ntcosanly b.li.vt that prayIng .
I will perform miraclei for '
keeping with an emphasison Mn. Clyde McCoy author of them but they do believe thatIt \ (
At First PresbyterianThree I stewardship of time talent the book, "Journey Our of Dark: U instrumental In giving
love and money, the Forward ness," will be the guest speaker courage to go on facing dang ,

Program of Church Finance Is at the regular monthly meet- .r.Ic, and Prayer the often panic prevents- stricken pan.,
church music presentations Thomas, baritone will be soloist being launched at North Cen- Ing of the Women of St. Mich I rather than the calm, are mar ,,
of special Interest during for this cycle of songs to tral during/ the month of November ael's Episcopal Church. I likely, to be caiualtiei.' In

the Fall season have been texts by George Herbert. An offering .1 Heading up the program The meeting will be Wednes-'! mint reading, I realned the Sergeant'i how It opplit itate
announced by Willis Bodine director for the Cleva J. Carson is Hugh Mathews gen- day at S p.m. at the church located rot only to danger but to
of music of the First Men tonal Music Scholarship 1 eral chairman. Serving as the at the corner of ISth Avenue everything we do. Th. calmer
Presbyterian Church of Gainesville Fund at the University of Flor heads of committees are: Les- and Millhopper Road. A I II 1 we art the better he outcome
Ida will be received during the ter Robinson, budget planning 1 Interested and certainly a prime source
people are invited to of confidence, and calm"." I Iuncene Is
On Sunday evening, Nov. 15, service.On ; Mrs. H. A. Denmark, attend. prayer." Writ. your
the "Five Mystical Songs" of Sunday evening, Dec. 13, budget promotion; Jack Gamble comments, quotations, or quo l lH
Ralph Vaughan Williams will Part 1 of Handel's dramatic ora- and Carl Turlington, budget 'I tiers to Editor. P.O. Box 13, s
St. Norwalk Conn. (Copyright
be sung by the choir of the First) torio, "Messiah," will be pres- "giving goal"; Mrs. R. L.: Patrick'HDinner Efca Trill public service
Presbyterian_ Church. Marshall ented by the choir with orchestra King loyalty night: Mrs. Jerome sponsored by:
and soloists. The 1742 Dub- Hoffman, children's par Today I

WestsideTo lin version of the oratorio with ty; Mrs. Ed Bean, nursery; St. Patrick's Parrish Day will JONES.JOHNSONFUNERAL 9Iw
Baroque instrumentation and Mrs D. E. Norwood reserva-
be held Sunday from 3 to ( I HOMEFR
tion C. C. p.I
harpsichord will be used. PartI ; Below lesson chair '
Ordain of "Messiah" deals with the man: Joe Mixson, tally; Mrs. m. at the school grounds on NE' 6-5361 ,,
16th Avenue. A ..t'le'dinner
country '
advent, birth and early life W. T. Jones, report snack;
311 S. MAIN ST.
with baked ham and the'
Mrs. J. M. Varner
on earth of Christ and Includes office 'I
help, and Mrs. C. A. trimmings will be served. I
Deacons some of the most familiar pas Garrett
sages of this beloved work. budge secretary.One .

Three of Westside Parts II and III, iniludlng some of the highlights of the CONGREGATIONAL E. & R. The Contehrpon
laymen less familiar portions of the oratorio program will be Loyalty Nighton 3
Baptist Church 4039 NewberryRoad will be sung later In the Nov. 19. Dr. Courts Redford UNITED CHURCH of CHRIST N W.In 24Ny3 $34990COSTS
will be
ordained deacons
season at the appropriate times executive secretary treasurer -
tonight at the 730; serv of the church calendar, on Palm I of the Home Mission An Orfemietlael Meeting T. Form A
Gainesville ChvrcK Will le H.M On
ice.Mat Sunday and Whitsunday.The Board will be the guest speaker YOU :MUCH LESS THAN COMPARABLETV
Farrair ir, chairman of Youth Choirs of the First Wednesday, November 18th

deacons at Filet Baptist, will Presbyterian Church under An Interested ,....... Cell AND STEREO UNITS BOUGHT SEPARATELY
present the charge to the three the direction of Mrs. Edmund Central's Rev. N. B. Langford is North I J72-SII7. S7.-.." er 17.. ."

new deacons Earl K. Bowman, 'Chipley, will present their annual pastor._

Clarence J. Rogers and Sher.man I program of Christmas mu- I Music becomes miglc-plctures coma to thrill
Sharp. Dr E. F. DeBusk I sic and carols on Sunday evening -' ing life on this magnificent new tfagnavoxl
will bring the charge to the
Dec. 20. The service will
Though modestly priced It Incorporates all the-

church.Others elected to serve as I be lighting followed of the by tree the in traditional the Cloister WILL YOUR VOTE COUNT ? ? features known to electronic science that make '

deacons of Westside are A. H. Court and a congregationalcarol for greater viewing' and listening enjoyment- tcF

Hasty, Dewey K. Hyde, Dan C. ling. more tasting dependability! Powerful stereo

Kelly, R. L. Laisiter James D The general public Is Invitedto We Hope So But. amplifier and two Magnavox 8*extended-range _
Mlxson and Melvin S. Ward. take this opportunity to worship speakers with coaxial tweeters project sound
The public is Invited to the through the music of the ... from both ends of the compact cablnet-to extend

activities Darrel Murray at Westjlde.Is pastor.where A church services.and to attend t h. I' I 1. The honest Stote elections Cabinet in refused Florida.to spend a paltry $8000 for Inspectors to assure stereo separation to the very width of your Fabulous

room. Select from many beautiful Magnavox new

2. The GolaWer Committee of Alachuo Stereo Theatre styles-ln all screen tots. MICROMAT1C PLAYER
Ends County could not obtain a current .lets your recordrlast
1st Nazarene registration list of eligible voters I Furth.rmore-w. notified of vot. for a lifetime...
ing machine inspections only hours before the scheduled time, and not the Diamond
In the stylus
writing as state statutes specify.
guaranteed for 10 years.lirul .

Enrollment DriveThe J. Without a voters' registration list, GOLDWATER supporters hove% no woy

of verifying the qualifications of the? more than 6000 new voters registered
in the past few months. This leads to possible "tombstone" voting, votes
Firat Church of the Nai However, Rev. J. Rex Eaton cast in the name of former resident, end other abuses of the public's Jm.JiI Q Lj-I
arene will celebrate their October pastor announced that the Primary right to an honest election.
emphasis on Sunday School Department doubled their i
enrollment today at noon with assigned enrollment goal. Mrs Come In-fet u
pithy a Magnavox Is truly the
a church basket lunch. The "on Alma Booth Is the Primary THEREFORE--- finest...
the grounds" dinner will be Department supervisor; "teachers and Jour best buy...on inj basis of comparison

served In the B and G lot Include Mrs. Margaret Hastier We hove appointed over 100 volunteer unpaid Poll Watchers to try to protect

across from the church at 31]I Mrs. Ruth Chidden Mrs your rights. If you observe any irregularities ot the polls ask these S PAYMENT FLANS OPEN FRIDAYS TIL 9 P.M.
S.E.: First Ave. Jennie White, and Mrs. Catherine Republican appointed workers for assistance.
During the enrollment drive. Morgan.
"March to a Million," the goal Individuals classes and de- And for transportation tt- the polls, phone 376-120.
of enrolling 50 new people In partments who reached their
\ the Sunday School was reached. goals became "millionaires'
Although today will be Included and will be given special rtcogmtton. Vote for TECH TV
In the drive the 50th With the achievement of
was enrolled last Sun- reaching the goal of 50, the entire -

day.Classes and departments Sunday School Sunday became School on a"millionaire" BARRY GOLD A Tft::
Hee441""'" for the Grtetett Color TV Values end Finest
were assigned Individual goals. tile Florida District. T. Counts Color TV ferric

Moat ci them reached or exceeded Booth Is the Sunday School su-| mN.W.I l hAVE. Phone 372-0.{33
there assigned goal. terlntendent. .


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: Life ie Lie that! For some folks it awns an mpoiaible tangle of conflict, =-:-.. ..-.:::=:
wwne* and disappointment. They haven't discovered how to devote their .lean ;t"'.'''''' +...
of year to a vital, constant purpoM. ::.:.. :.:':.::.=.::
But for ahem life stretches finD and taut from birth to Eternity.! The tangles "":':' ":'':::=:--II'11p; -- --
disappear u men reach across time to hold certain the truth by which God would .:= =
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.l irr: This Series' of Messages Is Made Possible By The Following Business Firms, Whose Desire Is


To Awaken Our Citizenry To Their Need For Divine Guidance

Howell'i Buiineti CollejeS Firettone Store J. M. Field Deportment Store Gate City Mettreit Jonet-JohntoM Funarol Ham I. leak of Hewthome
.crtt.ri l C.un.. Mr.Charleil."lud" Mr.Jo.epKI. Williamaon fr Carpet Works Mr. Harold A. hh,.. M/ John J. T'flllHo.'tIon.
2l8W.UnlvtrjityAvt.CalneirilU Stewed 1409 N.W .23rd Blvd. Mr. A. D. Chombfeie 311 S. Main St. Florida
304 W. University*. 818 W. UniverntyAve.

Granite frM Jim Veylet Appliance C'.. Reymond L.T...'.".-.
rbl. Works Gainesville Production J.",.. fir A"". Voylo JIt".Di"I"I..t".tM McDuff Ap ileac. Store General, Contrector
M,. D. Roy Loveday Hard Credit Allocation 419 N.W. 8th Ave. ,. H. Foul Maooord M,. C. l.ydGre/i* Security Buildir.a. -
M 2135S.E.4thSt.Houia,. Gerald D. Mr. Henry M. ,,,It. 2310 SW. 13th St. 1121 N. Main St. 1 1105 W. University Av-.
04310S.W. UlhSr.MeC.llu" .
Redcoat Furniture
.f How n Associate Store JoHcoot .....11 Sly< ,. CoHton'i Dairy
Mr. Ronald R. Wheeler Drug Com,.ny Gibbt Furniture Mr. Hubert CJoHceot Reyel Crown lattlUf Co. 930 N E. 141h Av.
9l9W.UnvifityAvt.MDanel 1124 W. University Av.. Mr. Kenneth M. Gibb ))6IIS.AAoirtSt. Mr. Jim Hodnott J...* J.h,,,...
13204 E. UniverntyAve. 102 S.W.I lit Ave. 121)1 E. University Ave. Henhtl Gain/

:. Furniture C.. ALP Food Store
M,. Joke W. McD..I.1! Latter Parfrldja60IS.W.2ndAvo.
_-- 1-206 N. Main St. Jim Seeders Cart..?.. Inc. Control Hointylinf Collei,
nitruction C. Mr. Harold ft. Ctrt.M ,,"- Town fir Country loamy I.c.Mr..
:: Mr.J...... L. $", dtri ,. Virgil W. Harvard SolonAakUy 04.11 Hlne.
: W c'. Drive-ls Rtttflurant 2604 NL 19th Drive 1133 S. Mon St.hlt.r' Winn-Dlalo Sroro .....t, Center 218 S.E. lit St.
: J. A. .lIeI H. f. McCormick 130 NW. fcth St.
1331 E.UnivtrnfyAv. 1410 N. Main St. 3424 University' Ave.
:;: Fete Inc.
.... Crowded Nursery Mr. Earl* H. 0..1.. Jr. One Heist Mertlniilnf enalCloonar
.: Holiday I"" lI.t.u.lIt Mr. G. H. Crowder 619 W. UmvenityAve. Mary Carter Point Store *
: Centrtl Geinea Steak Ho".. Orongt Heights Rood Robert Helen Gerard Golnoivlllo''' Nurln. | Cento William I. Von Winkle.
f Mr. Joh H. Histermister. J,. Comb Lumber fir Supply Co. 501 N.w. 8th Ave. S.W 34th St. North of Four Go."III. Locotlor

.. 1900S.W.13thSf. Gainesville Co<..Collottlina Mr. A. L Comb Archer" Rood
...-_ Service Co.929LUniv. Mr. Wm. I. Comb Guaranty Federal S.visge Marablo Studio*-Portre ItPkof
Rrows's T.ueI frown .r ifyAvt. N.W. 8fhAve.ot4thSf.Sunnyland fir Loon Aiaoclotioaj ." .,.."
Mr.1206 Joked W.I.Univtr.ryAv.. Mr. L.. J.Thome* H..4.,... Land Or LumbarCo. Mr*. H. M. DeTomtle
Goineill Ure. o
CeUme K.ro eii' & Fuel Mr. Lonnia H. n....,... Mr.Tkamo. I. Hordae U"i'lt i ity City Televises. Mr. lebinao L Henderton
Oil N.W.6thSt. 1120 S.W 5th St. Coblo C,.. Inc. 2303 N.E. 27th Ave. H...,. HoII Afency
5ll U. Ma.n St.
Mr. N. L Coleman Uauranco
372-2842 Manldin'i Aute Glass lilY Mast ROOM, IM. Mr. H_.,. Hell
M,. J..... L.M Mtdiii Mr. Frank Jomo. University; City task First Feo.rl SovUf' eL > 605 N.E. In St.
Kirkpatrkk fir .noll. IC.yU 323N.W,6thS I,...t I..,..... Mr. J. L .no. *.n A..'..
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:DEAR' ABBY: Four yean ago my husband hired. a pretty DEAR ABBY: My friend and I are having an argumentwith 1 +FSt M,4 i WHY 15 Y0' W. .' NOT ACOMICAL? n''S COMICAL MAIN'TNOTHIN'S STRIPS

young secretary (married). I never paid much attention to our husbands. Last night It was very cold here In +'_RL HAW I LLAFFIN' ? MERE MAIN'Y TO LAFF AT:!
her he did take her to dinner YO'LAoi '-'ti F.F iDICK 5C, ?;
although occasionally when Indianapolis, Indiana. We noticed the policeman on the beat cc
he'd ask her to work late. I know they lunched together too, was without a coat. Our husbands said that policemen cannot W RILLY OAIDQ-

but I suppose many such luncheons are for the purpose of put on their coals until they are given permission to In the =

discussing business. Three weeks ago my husband received fall. Furthermore, they have to wear their coats In the spring -

word that he was being transferred out of town. Now he until they are ordered to leave them off. Is this true? If so, =

tells me that this secretary Is getting a divorce (no children) we gals think It Is a stupid regulation. Any man who Is old <

and Is going with hunt Abby, do you believe In a woman's enough to be a policeman shouldn't need permission to wear

Intuition? He never mentioned that this woman was unhappy his coat, and take It off. Can you tell me if this Is a regulationor :J o>aJ

In her marriage. Why suddenly this? I have the not? -

feeling that something Is going on. Is It my place to ask my CAN'T BELIEVE IT i '

husband if he has something to tell me? If he has, why DEAR CAN'T: I Just called the Indianapolis, Indiana, Police )

should I make it easier for him? Department and the captain told me It's true. But he NI rM pill. :

WOMANS INTUITION said there Is nothing In the regulations to prevent a police. r .r
DEAR INTUITION: Yes, ask him If he has something to man from wearing anything he wants to underneath his shirt

tell you and don't worry about whether you are making It which was heart-warming. BALLS O'FIRE" 2 MARRIED ITTHUTTY
"too easy" for him. It will be easier for you than waiting YEARS r: "1 -
and wondering. The sooner. .you find out, the better. CONFIDENTIAL TO YOU: If you like the way things are I I'M GOIM'HOMEAN'LISSENTO Ell A RADDIO? AGO

going, VOTE. If you don't like the way things are going,. '
DEAR ABBY: used to have beautiful natural blonde hair VOTE. If you've never voted before, VOTE. (Don't be CLOCK J

that hung down to my shoulders My husband heard a man ashamed of your Ignorance, when you get there, they'll show r.n MEWS( ,4 c

compliment me on my hair and all I said to him was you how.) If you won't have time after work to go home and

"Thank you" but when we got home my husband got mad clean up, go to the booth In your work clothes Don't let

and took a scissors and cut all my hair off one-quarter of anything or anybody keep you from voting. It will be the

an Inch from my scalp. I don't think I can ever forgive him most Important thing you will do all year.

for this act. He has always been a very Jealous man with a p sl
terrible temper, and I have him
seen smash mirrors and CONFIDENTIAL ,TO K.. MI Go back to church. To say, Z rwsIc,1
furniture, but he never touched me before this. My hair.
"I'm not good enough for God is saying, "I'm too sick
dresser said It will take a year to grow three Inches of hair ,

and, In the meantime. I either have to get a wig or wear to go to a hospital." A church Is a hospital for sinners-not _

turbans all the time. What do you think a fitting punishmentfor a museum for saints.

a husband like mine should be? NO HAIR e I I THE Y SAM CATCHEM < 'THEYlRE FOR COLOR SLIDES, D IKI The ARCTIC AREA.

subjected to a mental examination. Nut time he might not that before one can train a dog one must know more than Wa PICTURES.SAVE (SOUGH FOR THEM IN THE HAVE ENLARGEMENT
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S.:30 O4BG-E College Bowl production. to the nuns' prayersfor .t
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7:00 O The Answer Religion Hour Jose wants to rant the ing. Bing C r o sby Ingrlcl

7:30 03 Gospel Caravan NOTICE: hotel's posh Crystal Room Bergman, William G at- E i (,- 4i

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Reports time for paid political telecasts
$85: dollars for ItQD Morning And Afternoon
I:35 O Sen. George Smathers tonight, thus pre-emp- Broadside 1:00: O Sunshine Almanac I +

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1 30 O Bible Answers orders that no cosmetics I:30 O World Civilization e FOR bQMETNIN6 VOUANO
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I O Gospel Songs chairman James A. Far- may be used for the dur 03 Gospel Music NOnnieLE A THING r Wo4AY IT ITOA CONFVSEO!

m Together We Worship ley and former Republlcan altos 1.4: O Pastor's Study TO HAPPEN TO sty LOOKING* I'M /, p ,
10:00 O International ZoneD m III Neighbor t A PERSONA FOR:
National Committee 1.55 O Political Talk-Dem.
Lamp Unto My Feet i:50 O Farm and Home
chairman Leonard W. 11j
1.00: O 09 Bonanza
03 Relevant Religion 7:00: O 03 TodayO
10:30: O Faith for Today Hall are I n t ervlewed by (Color) "A Dime's Worthof Local News R a.V 0a3
a panel of newsmen
O This Is The Life Glory" doesn't appealto 7:05: O Ranger Hal
m Catholic Hour (Live) Ben, who says no to 7:50: Q Local News WeatherS
I O Twentieth Century f
dime novelist Tobia.Finch' .
11:00 O Image U.S.A. :00 O Captain Kangaroo
"Yugoslavia: Bridge or
request to write
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Tightrope? is rerun.
"The Saga of the Coura
CD Rocky and His 1:00 O Divorce Court
Tito's Balkan I tat is a "
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J Friends O Bachelor Father .
J 11:30/ O Silent Service Communist "maverl c k" Reed Laramore, however 03 (Color) Romper
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receiving economic
O Cartoons O My Living Doll 03 Jack La Lanne UNIOCK
03 Bugs Bunny and military aid Bob Is chairman of a psychiatric 10:M O !Make Room for 'NiGnr REDHEAD! -WITH you 'NOWT. THE I OR!
':30 O News, Sports, Weather THEREOLD HAWEONI w AND-STUDY
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Reasoner, Mike I Wal ':30 O Joey Bishop 10:55 f] 03 News
review the key Issues of
lace and Bill Leo nan the and take I Because he w ants his 11:00 O D Concentration -_ ti 1 1
campaign a h
survey the key Issues and last pre-election look at show to get good ratings, O Andy Griffith

report on the last week of the candidates.Pre Joey goes all out to O Come On, Let's Reid I
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empted: "M I 111 e r
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empted. 03 Campaign And The attached to her TV set !McCoys .

ID Movie 10:00 O 03 Rogues Q Elementary Science \.; -lHnu I'cC '-.MOAN W HILa ...
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O Love of Life us PLAY TKKTk;xON
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the anchor men for this as a naive but bribable ,, 'It'll' (rJ
12.15 107 "UTIIAn ,
1:30 O Cameo Theater I O Geology "
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(Color) "The Fail of the ttS: O News J'i'/t. '
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rocket launch site. The k
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real estate welcome him ,
minute campaign activities -1 --
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Movie plains the functions of the a Candid Camera I O Midday J

computers, NBC will use Singer R I c h and Hayes, D TV Binge ) r
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on election night. portraying a modern
O Adventures la Living
4:00: O Danger Is My Business
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do to a stranger, and women 1.31 Color) Let's i0 NG 24W t>rtTTtia
to (
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seen an are questioned about i ,C. /4 L FALL OL'T } sJFOM CFY'
entire bandstand with 12 custody of Ike, to he Make a Deal 5OARba :

musicians and t h e I r Instruments tries to control his temper 1I.2S their O Political age and weight. O Science-Al Edmunds f e j CO'THOit! L

preventing an when hot rodder Chub Talk-Rrp. O As the World Turns I 'fUMlI4
11.3 O W'at'l
airplane from taking off( Baxter starts ne I d 1 ling My O Humanities C-4t "
him. Comedian Victor forge 1.5 m News coYD
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by holding on to ,
7.3t O 03 Disney's World Joins panelists, O Political Talk-R
two from
keeping cars
moving away from each (Color) "T h I Tenderfoot 11." Sports O News, Heather, t:" Q 03 Lorf'ltl.unl f 1 ooe /

other by gripping their I ," last of three parts O News O PaMword
Pianist turned Celebrity guests t hi I''
rear bumpers. trooper
03 (Color News" Weather
week Allen and '
are King
CD Mr. Novak Paul Durand exasperates 11:15 O Movie"Notorious.
"One MondayAfternoon.The ." Captain Ewell who orders Georgia Brown.
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school's star quarterback him tortdethetaateithorse l
young man and woman go I.M
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scrimmage, and the boY'1I treasured race horse Hot I 10 MMa wJe See POVT t/a WWTLRTr ME
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father blames eoaehMyerson's seuEVEf
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I win at an,. O My Favorite MartlaaTim's their lives con 15 ::. T'JN F* M N+M.
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4:15 O Film Short articles on extra-sensory I ....
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I I.M O 03 Wild Kingdom' He warns Tin not to 03 Clanging Times I 03 O rp Pilitlcil)"'s Talk-R Pals t I'....

Wildlife bring Prof. Hammershtsg. I I.M: O Peter Gull 4.M O Match Game ':'."

(Color) "Cattail Country" an ESP expert Into their "Edle Finds a Cot pee" Q Secret Sierra I .'-,", C

Films show methods used home. Edll'llflcetul/ visit to afriend's ) 03 Ygl Bear I:.w.. ,
by scientists to herd and I.M O Ed Sulllvaa apartment la 4:2$ O News 1 t

band wild ducks en the Featured are film clips terrupted when she 4:31: O tat of Grearke '

lakes of the Teton MounUf of the movie version of a corpse In the In-j o Lu, It Te Beater I'""') 1

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Monday Evening! Tom Sawyer whitewashes for the links. O Camera Three the Issues at the roots of Jack Webb. William 10.00 fl Idaho Room 'for DaddyO 03 (Color) TV Bins*

I problems In contemporary, rad, David Nelson New 1 Q Quest For Adventure
I.M O Wells Fargo Aunt Polly's fence-with I Williams ,
O I've Got A Secret I 1:00 O ID Andy Con'l Arithmetic 1:15: 0 Focus I
American society Tonight -! ney Blake James n
O Mike friends.
Douglas the help of his has
Robert Merrill Is
Singer (Color Andy's guest I : "The Young Americans. (One hour 35 mm.) 03 Cameras Please O Elementary Spanish
1:25 O Moments
Sports ID !Movie a secret for panelists Bill Fred MacMurrsy of "My I; ." 10:30 O 03 What's This Song 1:3003 (Color) Lei's Mak
1:31 O Newscope (Color) King of the Khyer Cullen Betsy Palmer. Three Sons." Sketch: 11:30: O 03 Johnny Carson

O World Civilization RIfle" (1954) DurIng Henry Morgan and Best I II "Somewhere In France" 1:30 0 Political Talk-Rep. (Color) Scheduled: Ray O O Arm I Love Chair Lucy Adventure O a Deal HumanitIes CS1O
SU ID (Color) Local !New\ 'he Mutiny In McKinley and his orchestra. -1
Sepoy I Myerjon. Andy portrays an orderly 1':" O (D Political Talk- 10:4S: 0 World of Number and'' At the World Tans
IM: 0 News, Weather, India a half-caste British O High School FoolballfllghttghtoFluck L and Fred the commanding Dem. Form Q Science
SportsO officer Is given command I r officer of the Singing TUESDAYMorning
Sunihine Almanac O Slant'r,'. People IOSS: O 03 New 1SS 03 News
of the Khyber Rules Tyrone 69th a World War lout
I:IS O News Highlights II Power, Terry Moore.I PK Young vs. Adm. Far- fit that Ii losing some of "Question Where Vanished "- and Afternwoa 11:00: El 03 Coarenlrallnn 2:00: 0 Password

':38 O ID News Michael Rennie, John' ragut its best vocalists to enemy the Tragic Piper? (.00 0 Sunshine Almanac O Andy Grlllltli Q 03 I Loretta Young

O News-Cronklte Justin Guy Roll. (Two! ':38 O M Bristol. Court action. In another Slattery'sj acting on behalf I:IS O Scope IllS: 0 Scope Q Sign Off
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o Reading hours) Tom, Dick and Mary segment Fred asks 0 Sunrise Semester 11:30: O 03 Color) Jeopardy 2:30: Q (Q Doctors
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7:00: O Zone Grey i members of the 0 niond O McCoys I O House
7:30 O M Bristol Court After a visit from his Korean orphan they've I I '.25 m UI'in.l Words Party
"Return to Nowhere"O graces married family to ad lib a little O \New Hurhoni 100 Q 03 Another World
Karen: With her much father adopted\ If the aenc y ':::11 O World Civilization :
Perry Mason! i below par, Karen promises -' Dick tells ton and Mary harmony while he plays that placed the child Is I 03 Gospel Music, RiM O 03 (Color) Say When: a To Tell the Truth

Drama her folks bhe and it's only a matter of time the saxophone (60 min) found Illegal as chargedl0:3a i ':.S O P' lor'. Study O live of Ufe I 3i 0 Newt

"The Case" of the Nauti- Janis won't let boys detract before their I marriage O Lucille Ball I 09 HI, Neighbor O Industry *a Parade 1:30 Q (Color) You Don't
Harvey Te be announced
cal Knot. Retired O 03
Scott resumed control them from their'Itudies. collapses too. Lucy's delighted with her I IIf I ISO 0 Farm and Hume 12:1S 0 Geology 107 I Say

of the family mining company -' O Andy Griffith \ Job monitoring parking :. O O News, Weather, I 7:00: O 03 TodavO 12:25 O New. O Edge: of !Night
after his nephew;II O Touch of FameOscar After Barney and Thelms meters, and her joy: Sports I Loral !News 12:30 O 03 (Color) Truth or I 03 Popeye's Pill
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Rick was sent to Mexico! : Lou have t spat Andyagrees knows no bounds when Conieqitpncet tOOlMtch: Gam
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keep him South of the golf tourney, Alan is up, and Andy'him two rash enemies. remark -- (Special) This monthly I documentary dramatizatIon.of flavored one OD (Color Romper Room IISS Q 03 News! O Rest of Groiicho
supposed to squire youngsters -
Border.O .What's. New- to Dee Dee's birth- Betty Lynn Helen: I documentary series takes night In the city room ':3' O Jack Benny 1:00: O News. Weather 03 Movie

.Children day party before heading Aneta Corsaut. a close look at some of of a large neW8p a p fr. 09 Jack La Lain I O Midday I "It Started With Eve.'

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Tuesday Evening Carnegie Institute | NOTICE 11SS: (D O Truth er Consequences Tburviay Evealng: Guest are all authorities! Weep fur Her." Jeweler! '.01 O Divorce Court

burgh. Network coverage of election I 1:00 O Wells Farge In their fieMs.I Sam Morris, grief stricken Q Bachelor Father

1:00 O Wells Fargo Pittt-I returns will continue 1%:" O ID (Color) Say Whei O Mike Douglas 'DO ffl Bewitched because he killed a:< 03 (l'oJ"r' Romper Room

O Mike Douglas 7::II 0 Indian throughout the early I I O Adventure In Living I I 5:25 O Greatest Headlines Samantha and her aunt I' teen-age robber< offer *I ':3' Q Jack Benny

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5:30 0 New scope ing Machine" shows howl major races are decld:>d. 12:IS 0 Geology O World Clvlllzstlos candy company's Halloween the dead boy's sister has I:, 10.00 O Stake Room for

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O Sunshln Almanac ':00 Q 03 Election Coverage Morning and Aftrrnoos |12:4S: 0 Guiding Ught O Sunshine AlmanacI work on him to change "Turning: Polnl." K e a'i "b.t' This Song

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-Chet Rumley, David cy." To study the tactics] ID(Color) Ill. Neighbor I I O Leer Y Escrlblr (Color) "Hercules Un Prentice's emotional state f] 00 (CihirSiy) nhei!

Brlnkley and style of a Congres-j ':50 O Farm and Home 1:310 Science chained." 1II.lIan-1 after' the death of her doctor '11:00: O 0 Newt, Weather, I2:2S: 0 New

(Special Chet Huntleyand I sional campaign, camera -]] 7:00: O ID Today O At the World Turs French; lESt Hercules husband she jeemsto I Sport' 12:31: O Search (fur Tomorrow

David Brinkley anchor focus on the Minnesota O Local News', Weather O Humanities, C-S1 engages In the War of the I be completely In d I It-, 03 (Color Newi O 03 (Iolurl) Truth
'NBC's election coverage race between Democratic -]| 705 O Ranger H* Deal Chariots the Combat of ferent. Weather. !Sport'
03 Lets Make a or Consequence
; which will\ continue I representative Don-] 7:500 Local Newt, Weather the Kings and the Contestof I O Clrru II:2S: O Movie"Gaslight.
aid M. Fraser and his Republican ':110 O'Csptaln Kangiro 1JS Q) New ." A III:as 0 Guiding Light
until the major races are the Giants, and Is I .... 0 Pamwordiuests \ lIVID
decided. opponent John I .:tN O Divorce Court I:" O O II Sign) Loretta Off Young robbed of his strength by ( are Carol) ('ban young woman I Is lowly I I2U Q 03 New

,W. Johnson. Films Include I Q Bachelor Father Password the MJJKWsters I of !*, ning and Peter Uwtord. bring driven Insane by I 1:00: O Midday
AH regularly scheduled I clips of the local candidates D (Color) Romper Room o Womei the. Sieve Reeves. S y Iva 0 llrama Fettlvtl her husband From t h ei I Q Newt
NBC programs are pres'mptedthua In appearances] ':30 0 Jack Benny ID Special Koscliia: Prlmo Camera. lljrnlel." Shakeiprare'i I i piny o( the same name I D ICotnr' T. V. Bingo
"Child In Danger"
: evening. with President J 0 h non 03 Jack La Loose (Two hour) ila'Mlc tragedy, *. pro 1, by P.lrlck Hamilton\ ,' till on roc** t
O Election!: Coverage and his opponent,\10:00: O Make Room for Daddy I 2:30 03 Howie Doctor Party O Wkat't New- dined by Britain's A. *o, shown on Broadway II:I) 1.30 0 A* the World Tim

Walter Cronkite Sen. Barry Goldwater Q New, O Another World thildres II elated -dirfujliin.' Liar,[ "Angfl StrMl.0! CharleiBoyrr .I f] Science

(Special) Walter Cronkite I Richard D. Heffnef hosts.. Ci) (Color) Cameras I:" O T 09 Tell the Truth MultI e:uiser trIp down ry Foster, Sydney Tafler/ liurrld Bergman, ID Left 11.1A Deal
0 '
heads up CBS's elec- ':410 Q 0 03 Election Please : New East '' .d waterways to I I'HlrlcIa' Jesse), (Twohiurti | Joseph Cotton, Angfl I iLantbury / ISS: 03 New* ,
Continues I 10:IS 0 New Horlxns S:2S 0 One hour Mmin.
tion-night news team. Coverage I Coverage I 'totsFloat Miami. ( 4:00 a 03 Loretta Young
will continue until O Challenge Science \10:10: O ID (Color) What's j I 3:30 OlColorl 03 Vovift Dor- I ':::11 O 03 Hairl .I O Political Talk R

the Presidential and major I ':30 0 Science! and EngineerIng This Song* | Sly of Night mealsuy (U'olrl) 'High Finance 11:10: fj 03 (I'ulnrl) Johnny I:IS O Password!

Congressional races I Journal I, Q I Love Lacy 0 Edge Pals "Turn Back the tVk\ ,' Hits a New Low" Haul I ('Ino.I j 2:30:: O (louse Party
I ID Popeye's
art decided.All ', "Verticle Take Off." i 10:41 0 ReadIng '.ur Magic I .:00 a Match Game .Nel.-'OD I Investigate a persuade George to help I FRIDAY I a 03 Doctors

regularly schedule d' 10:00: Q 0 I 03 Election Lamp O Secret Storm sclentiit'i alory I ab HU the Johnsons, an elderly Morning and Afternoon I 2.00 0 03 Another WorldaTTllThTruth
Coverage Continues 10SS O 03 News Gorilla spending a )ear In a tr l'- couple whose wealth' hut I f::00 O Hunnhlne Almanac .
CBS are preempted (D Magllla
program I 11:00 O Election 11:" O 03 ConcentrationO New cal prehistoric world abruptly diminIshed '.IS D Scope 2:30: O (Color) f. float
\this evening I:2S 0
Coverage Continues I II Andy Grllllth I 4:30 0 Leave It Te Beaver located in Antarctica. O Baileys of Balboa- O llumanlllr ('.11 May

O What's Nl'w- I Q Local New, Sport, I IMS 0 Film I O Beat of Growcbe 7:30 O Daniel Boone Comedy"Mutiny (:23 03 livIng Word O Edge: of Night

Children Weather 11:30 0 03 (Color) Jeopardy 03 Movie Daniel, Yadkin and Mmgo I Wyntuon's r e- ':31 0 World Clvllltallo\ 03 Popr,.'. Pal

"Hansel and Gretel" 12:00: O O 03 Election O McCoy "The Juggler" pursue Lac Duquesne, II search dlacloies that the I 03 Gospel Slack SSS 0 Polllk'il Talk-Rep.\

operetta presented by I Coverage Continue O Arithmetic river piran. whop stolena Balboa Indian still have O P.lor'.lIlutly too fl Malik Game
shipment of rifles from!,I title to Sam's land and 03 I Color) ill. !Neighbor O Secret Storm

I WEDNESDAY evening anil THURSDAY 'til 5 P" I some Buonesville settler Wyntonn's got a Balboa I ISO: 0 Farm and Horn 03 Peter Pilarnu

.... i 0 Open Mlnd- India. 7:00 O 03 Today .:IS |] New

Last Night." The I groom. |, 0:30: O Jatk Sassy flncos.IosDbulI 10:00: O 09 Snnpron Theatre O Loral New*, Weather 4:30: 0 Lt-* II to Beiver
pened /
Wednesday CBS news team, headedby 1 03 Burke' LawA I D Jack La jose ( ) Eric F. Goldman (Color) Milton B. r I o I 7OS O Ringer Hal O lIeu if Grovrh
5." O Wells Fargo Walter Cronkite, analyses -' shotgun blast ends the!I 10:00: O Make \Room for I modrrsle these dlcu" makes a rare TV appear 7SO 0 Local New, 03 Movie

O !Mike Douglas the results of the1 life of wealthy LenoreWlngfleld Daddy I *ion. of current a f faire ante In "That He Should I 1.00 0 Capttla Kagarolure. Ten Wanted Men"II.NQLIiui.ThUonkeirtd
In Sport the day \before -, Q New

:1:2 1:30: a ONewuip:Moment election."CBS Reports" Is preempll'd. she was going to!' D l'leaoe(Color Cameras !I FIlID/1Y Ct'('IliIlL' miff SATURDAY I

her will.\ Guest
O World ClvlUiallon change ,
Stock- 10::IS O laduitry (ta Parade {
1:40 I 'Political Talk-D O Pant Imperfect cast (Includes Dean and Ida 10:30 OD (Color) Whan) Friday Evealog scene. I, Tin Limit.
SW: 03 Itt'torl l New' Topics: Emperor Constan- well, Ann ; ThIs Soig i I." o weir ran Postponed from sn earlUer (1I1671! Ma), Harry CarglllI U 03 Dnnl The

Weather Sport tine bans Christianity I ; Luplno. O I Love .Lacy 'I O Mlk Dougli dais I accused of collaborating MenictilliM

O Agriculture Films President Andrew John 10:00: O Danny Kay 10:41 0 !Scleire Around Yes J S:2S: O Momf.it hi Sport O Past Imperfect' with the. enemy In i : : 0 Th Jotas...

1:000: Ness,Sports, i son to Impeached; General ] Danny welcomes Lu clll'l 10SS: 0 03 New 1:10: O Newicope .... Q Amerks Symphony North Korean row camp
Weather de Gaulle refuses tocome i Ball and singer Jo 11:00 O 03 Craceslrstlori O World ClvUhatlosj Leopold Btokowtkl conducts Richard Wldmark, Richard O 03 Fury
retirement I Gary Sketches: Do any I Loral New. : Batehart. 1. "Frank- (lu."
O Sunshine Almanac: out of ; O Andy Griffith/ IIII Color the American Symphony 0 Sky klnlToutlado"
dies before publishing and Lucy play a married Weather Sports enstsin-irp." ((193:$) Baron .
I:1S 0 NesI Hlahll.hl' Man II:IS 0 Industry o. Parade Orchestra In Samuel : O ,
':31 O OD Ness -Das Kapital." couple dominated by their II 11:30: 0 03 Color) Jeopardy .... 0 News, Splits Barber's Violin Concerto von Frankenstein b I 03 tiptoeing

O News .:.. 0 Changing WorldSpecIal maid. O MeCI,. Weather and Claude Debut-i i.y' beginning to. regret his decision 13.30 0 My Fried PiN be
10:30 03 Compass AlmaaacI
7:00 O Deputy ( ) This bimonthly O Eye Alert O Sunthlo Three. Nocturne fnr to allow a Unl-

"Lady With a Mission,"I series looks at develop I [12:.. a O (Color. ) Say Whoa :IS 0 New Highlight Orchestra Bolivian violinist skin troupe to film i I I GOaNBCSporlSpeclil""
A suffragette arrt'ei|,1 log areas of the world and I "[)Psilln for the Arts. D LIeS If USe i< ':31 O 03 0 New Jaime Laredo Isguest I show at his caU BorliKsrkiff I "Silver Bait SkUng"I
which the rapid,11:" O 0 News, Tom Duggan, .00 a 09 NCAA football
in Silver City, and some the effect 12:1S 0 Geology Ill O tilag Number soloist
of the local males are) transition of these regions I| Weather, Sport Newt.Weather. \I2U 0 News 7:" O Yaw* DerrbtgerO I 1:10 O 09 Jack BesayJack's I Jans Lund. Donald Carry Michigan* Illinois
violently opposed to berl I will have on the V 5. Q Color liW O Search for Tomorrow|! Death Valley Days gurd Is AbboLane (Three hours I." O T. B* AnnoiuK

campaign. ':31 0 Beverly Hillbillies 0 MovP. lpsrtall23 O 03 Trtih or O What's p'w- who ling "I B* 11:30: 0 CD Maay fir w 1:30): ) 0 Lloyd Tkaitos hw

Jethro's completed ached1- C.ese seocn Children Itevt In You. .:a O Theatre X
o 58"lnl- | "The Man Who Wouldn'l I I." 03
(1oImnta. all six grade of It Die" ((1041) A detectlv \ 12:4SO GuIdIng Light Tom Sawyer and Hack 0 Corner pIt, IJMC "The I'nfaith/uls. lltUp I "C/eatur From the

James WKUmore narrates\ and tow he wools to la called to track down I O VUitlm. jlsaaUh. | Finn witness a murder In Sergeant Carter think A suave con man blackmails Haunted Sea"

the story of the modern- serve his country as an I mysterious prowler roaming Neighbor a visit to the graveyard I boa Ulng his touch:: No his way bile thai;. I:UOThr Navy's VP4SN

day Maccsbees. a group!l intelligence agent. around the- grands d 12SS O 09 News 03 (>. .. Il'"" matter how difficult he I I Ian society where h* : 0 NFL CiMiUhiwi .to

of private cltlseis Ia f:00: O Movie a large estate. L I.'I d I I:" 0 Midday. I 7:30 O IslemaMilShowtime makes Ufe f"r Homer,,, preys on rIch women.May .,I kIckoff
the Crown Heights section (Color) "Sergeant Rut-I Nolan Marjorie Weaver,. 0 Amrr...... At Work I 1 he easygoing recruitMms ,, llrltl, Pierre Cr*.I, 4:30 0) WrettlllgO

of Brooklyn wb.| ledge." (i960)! ) DurIngpontCivil ((90 min.1II i O News Wf.lVr 0 YMlk ConrrrtSpecial I to bke him toy, Marina VU'y, .,nLullubrlglda. I Mr. Lady:
formed igilante patrols]i War days Ser' :. O 03 PottElrctiitt 03 ColorIT., T. Biage ( ) Leonard Bernstein 10.N O Jack Poor I Anna Lit,1I I." f] OalliwtO

to protect their neighbor geant Rutlcdge. a Negro\ Special Owl Huntley\ ,, I:U 0 Efcmeoury p olUO guides young ..lew.If. Color Jack's gueits are I lanaI Gutullo Call (One Wlltmni BritbersIM

hood. soldier, \It charged with I David Brink It1 and the Fora 2 through the sonata' madcap Jonathan Win- 155". 2S tnnla.e3.TLRIJtY 1 : a Porter Wigowrr
assaulting and murdering NBC newt team anaiyn! I 1:30 0 A. tile World ,.,.. form. .tort; comic Jerry her- 03 FtlitMi.
O What' ?sew4'bltdrriTom ; humanitIes. C4I h 0.M a Fbklag FH
a yearld girl Jeffrey the results of the electIon, o non, who's making 1 1
Sawyer tries to geta Hunter Constance T.w. 12:3: O CUrl Muuy Can** I 0 kltlk" "Rawhide" emil M be TV detail; Gord"'a aid I| Morilig sad Aflenmi tl New
Bible with III.I trading Clor Uf Make a Sheila MaiRae hunbartd- 03 Newt, Weilkrr. SpieS
era Woody Strode. 'T w a IB | W\-nlullllht. 7:00: 03 h... PacIfIc
tickets, and propose to bourn I THVRSIMTM leaf O rB. Feature and wife singing earn; O h..... Vmettr-r I I:II O Newt, Spurts
Becky Thatcher. niig ad Aftertwoti liS 03 New 03 Ca.llel l and author Alesand t f I Weather

Ci) Wa.ted-t>ad *ODkhlaaDyhe 4V ftrsnoltweepi-( 1.00 0 SwNhla, AlnaMC. I:" 0 Pitownt" ""Operstiwi"3y Trap"! King 7:30: 03 0 today Ramar of fchw Oh. .Forum. f 1:30 0 TIlt Deputy

Or Allot sodes about a sstw \the I ':11 O Scope O 03 Ucetu Yowga launders1 met cstiurt I'' o TIle ... ':U O Newt
Hole"Josh >
"Miracle Pot for men a Brart* Viwe ler alga mr German field hea i \Is planning
track dowa I w ntcd gang the state penitentiary ltS 03 Uvtog Words 2:30 O Ho.i* Party tort and prepare a recepttoa the rkitcnes. 1/1. beauli. Mlur Mayor 7:34) O D poUllral Talk

murderu and tvns the! In Rob recall bow he and! IJO: O WInd CIvtllMUMB O 03 I>wtor, for a returni g ful blackmailer a a mod 03 Becky aid Ills I:2S: Potttkal Talk-R/i.,

his captive ever to Laura met prim*) enter-- CM pel. Mule }:** O To Tel .'h-e Truth Nail colonel Luella.O rrlri.4. Eli O Porter ..,_

.- sheriff. Uinment director Lyle ':15 0 raster'. 111I4" O 03 AMiWr WorM 7:IS 0 Florida Blue" Key Piglthe 1:10: O Bwoa d ABe 1 M f] 03 Movl (Chloe)

7:30 O O Vh-ghUas Drip Lyle held them I tO 'C..., RU XrlgfcWrCM I:2S 0 !New planks' "Tu, of War" Ktmble 03 (Cokri Poswy* nd "Th. Jiyhawkert'
((Mori "A father elevator whet O Yeses and HMM .:a 0 ICM*| Yl D-al Say ... O FiOrf WorM Is working II' fain Bw O Mr. It......,
Tub Young Toby Shea. up to an I. hand when a little I :..... O GuMinoU
Laura was pregnant 1." 0 03 TodayOUraf OEdgedNlgh( I ::. D 03B< Hope girl: ..SO Q Sckor FktlwtTViIrr
a resident of Medicine O Midweek New. 03 Pop'j*'. hit (Utor) Mon lUncrWI I show storekeeper Aft III:. Q 03 Sews SpieS,

>?', ,rsksssCt'' Ozde and Harriet Weather .... a Match C.aeOSocrelOlorse and Jack: Warden to Out Mallet Klmbk's rswnvtlanrt ANti WtiUwr
03 O
"adopts" Trampas as t, n the OuUhirts. .4Ttwn to tbt11III plctur a Drtortlve
father But T by'o mall I .:. 0 Cart and WOilatasCata Frank recall, 7.04 7U 0 0 Ural Raiter Sews, WeMkn r: 03: Hwklewrrry loud bf William Inge ed In a "..nted" poster l I::31 0 r........ Tiled III,JO O 03 B..4 if ...11'....

dad isn't dead he's Juslj I bee Urn net at *,,I 1:00: 0 CaiUhs. KavgarM I, 4.2S O !Ww O EctrrtMrr II:" 0 0 Sewss"" .., 03 O llertor. HesUmtel 'M..ler of JI.I/I.NIIlN"/
been rtleaMd from pnsn rehearsal they J UI O 03 Podtiral Talk 1:20 0 Lea** II to B. .er Musical comedy a Wetthtf .:* 0 Q kk Draw Hxw O Lot Shoe

and ha set aid to IInd wedding by I f:M O Dhorre Court O >.4 *f (broorh (,wr* Verdun to U* gun I 03 IC.W) Loral Neon, O 03 l'a*.'"f Th Sundowner*
kisa* I made Dune merry Barhrbr Falhrr 03 itotl Art Borhwald offers ......t WetllKr 10:TO f] 03: FlrekaU XL-S f." 03 MMM'k TkealrrFrank
to start a fight be- O *
o Pest Jrc'tJN"W Special hap' helping(seen the ferule and m iCatar) ....,.', Bees Ij I Yankee PaUia/' meats M DM pnl t II 1 II 2S 0 SlavIc usable Fes- O Mighty ...*. .fttbln ,
I SperMS I
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88 Gainesville; Sun Sunday, Novtmbcr 1, 1964.
--- ---- ---- --
Joupll W. Hood 1034 NW I4HI St, 1
.111 plus' com ill.Corlot Buses Collide 1I

SEE ulldorl., ,v.. M.Oran illl Hop NW Edworiti Jlh ItMtrU II. .1441 Comtructlon.....111 Inxo plus. RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (AP)I

I by I II.M The Times of Rawalpindi
,., .
M ,1. Agoncy v Doborl Don
I ,, .OOi plus com ... said Saturday seven persons
Modollno, BKkwIlh d b-l Tocoml v. Ft- killed and 11 Injured when
Ounn Tompo 124 M plus com M
J. Glow Imltli d..O.. Imllh lurplul v two buses collided 350 miles
the ... Hancock. Alochuo, IM14I plus I 9 REASONwhy
14Control, south of this town. UNION
I III lulldtn Suppllol W G. "
., Inc, v. J. B Edwards, .,. 4, CLAY
POLICE FIRE REPORT Ott or .11. andd J. SO I,. Thrasher plot com,y.110..lh. MM Young roan Bryont .It, Oi.....",.. +.rrDR1
.. .
I H.d, Plnancs Corp v. and Jtmm Oougloi' Mic.no- atari A" '"* Mln.r.' 100 Oolwlvlll.londr.
,.. .
H. Tlnu.v d.bt.Nuhvllle ln
y. ass 01 com it Milonll lotionnon Jft iDlolor dUHtdrX8
Accident Roundup I ...kol Co. v. J. t. Thrmhor v. PhoM Rgchollo/ Ml' .11I.
., ,
I Perms nc Watt 147.7ti plus com 14.Morrltgo OuMiHitr Proll' all Galn.svlllbMort' / ACACNUA 7U7NAM
Involved In accidents reported J. J. "... .. Harold ..., L.. Nlckmt' Jl 8.'H> ,vlll'
.. .
mnrl0p.er.clowr. Uconw Appllutlom Arthur M"nuol l Horn. 11. Golnnvlll.
by the Gainesville Police Department ,Modern """' .. Plnonc." Co V. Loll 0.11. Pullia.r" I*. Sllrwivlllo. thePeople
I and Audrey Hague, mor'" tommy. Wilkw ),.. II Compvlllo, HMrl Leah Scnhkk.r. 10. W.MInNIM
and the Alachua
County ,...
tlosur.. I'oct"c'v Wesson 14 Campvlill W1/1rw1/ Kar.lla U 07. Wnh
Sheriff's Office during the Mid lht. "...... Inc v. G.. Altrod Edward McKnlght' 14 0,1.. ''I'U'on.J.m". CEVV
and Jow.1I .
T.rwllllasr mo. I Annlo Loll Iryont II Oolrwtvlllo' Idw.d TMm'" 1t. O.Ia.viii.
past 36 hours were: ClosuMid: :...... Homes, 'Inc v. Gou... I' tool Jocks, 94. Oolnnvlllo, ,..,. ..C..nco Hol..... 21. Oolasvl/1.-.2CHEC MACIo/
Hazella C. Welch, Rt. 4 and Inian. morla.g..,.' lorxloiuro.
.. .,
Jo Anna Gonzales Alachua, at wn scull, morlgoBo Holding'.,ocl.Corp.....
12.25 pm. Saturday in the 700 COURT, ncolo ;v"k ITTECHCOLOR Of 9

block of NW 13th St. Nat bann Judge Ire*..ft.Corler. Bong Pfenning'
Louis Fraden, Jack sonville, Me Wllllami.. 114 NW Ind Ave., TV HEADQUARTERS
plui COItl 14Marlon
Thomas S. Taylor Jacksonvilleand Plrunce CempMiy. ,
Andrew L. Neeld 2829 NW Cnrlitlr, Hwuhireon end Hull SYLVANIA MOTOROLA MAGNAVOX
13th Place, at 12:25: p.m. Sat MI Oavld 4) plus"'..Cote.....U v, Larry ".
urday In the 4000 block of N. SW Th nth, Florida It'. I3J Nollorial OOi ".,.Bunk costs ...,. TECH TV NORTHCENTRALFLORIDA
Waldo Road. vlllo v. M. C. Mattili and wile. {
4lh T.r.717 Ul plus costs lit
Walter! 0. Morris, Tampa and N. L. Colntian d.... Col......
V. William Milliard, 101, NW "" 122 N.W. 16th Av', Phone 372-043
Michael Murphy 121 NW 24th l>10 i plus com 14I .
I H. C. AmaMfl .11'-. Am.... OPEN FRI. TIL 9 PM-5 PAYMENT PLANS
St.. at 12:13: p.m. Saturday at
W Way, University Ave. and 23rd COUNTIES

Cecil C. Martin 1105 SW 9th fINAL CLEAN-UP

Road and Beverly B. Carpenter -
Rt. 2, at 10:38: I.m. Saturday '
at N. Main St. and 4th Ave.: WILL VOTE A MAJORITYFOR

John R. Frost, Weaver Hall'' t
and a parked car at 10:40 a.m.1 SALEGOING

Saturday at W. University Ave.I
and 20th St. I

Wayne W. Klrkham 3905 SW
3rd Ave. and Robert Alexander,
Ocala: at 8:20: p.m. Friday at
100 W University Ave. I
Ruth D. Eliadcs 1034 NE 5th' BUSINESS

1 Place and a parked car, at 7:10:
M p.m. Friday in the 300 block of BARRY GOLDWATER

NW 6th St.
Cecil E. Love, 536 NE 1st St.
and J. C. James, 821' NE 21st
St at 5:40: p.m. Friday at N.I
Main St. and 2nd Ave. I WEST. HAIR DRYER 5Ss? . . . . . . 1288
Leslie L. Gray 201 NW 13th BECAUSE they are a dignified people and want to

Court and a parked car, at $/95 I

9.58 a.m. Friday In the 1200 SUNBEAM FRY PANINCH: BLE . . see dignity returned to the White House.
block of NW 16th Ave.

Amos E. Watts, Rt. 2 (single

car), at 11:35: pm. Fridayon AUTO. WEST. PERCULATOR Sw . . $995
State Road 232.COVOTHOU3S BECAUSE they are an honorable people and want to

sow sucoenaact. 1164 TELEVISION STANDS . . . . i PRICE 2 see corruption removed from the White House.

Oorlt W ".11.. VOUrtyl .._ Hall.Thoedoro .
A. 14101.... .. Vron01 L., RECORDING TAPE ((600 ft. . . . 75c
NLMn.lllne/ BECAUSE believe that free and
,. / K. SrM/osr v Jots Int they enterprise com

AlnondM V. Dmnli, W Aloondor. .. NOMA XMAS LIGHTS . . . . . 1 PRICE 3 petition in business, industry, agriculture and

Dlwm tMX I medicine have made this and they
Min I. iuclihiiior v. Salty C, luck great

Moor.Mlnnl..'. L, RIordM, V, N>4 DUrtfm WEST. LIGHT BULBS BUY 3 GET ONE FREE want to see the nation's economy remain free from

Jr.Them... ... .. .
a.T. aully Tyr.
Marv a. L.M V.MasoS. ., L_. I strangulation by governmental controls.
...., ., _
Uti. NI 0. Hor. 0' .
.. .. .. .
Eva 0 He ard Low" A. H. \
Other liiin, .....
'"'. v Scud. A. J.DruhnMand(arry, condwnnollonKurd AlKliuoCounty BECAUSE they are a family-loving people and don't

do"Mid 11.1. H....... I... v Jame ,.". I want their children and children's children to be
.... .
m."o... 011 Co MKlosurl.Them. v. Proncn L, Wont LIMITED QUANTITIES-SOME ONLY ONE 4
gnmtry" ,Inc..111., V qultl Irvln, ,, (HI.M 0... ... Ir, and burdened with a debt they can never repay and to

IIr.Dorothy..mMl.Chris K., lau, concillolM o< dead. HICKS RADIO continually live under the fear of being "buried" by
and South Wicll v. Sol Sven.al.h I & APPLIANCES
,end .M. J. 11" par1111M of m'n- Communism.
era Plorld.,right,.......... lot v. P.i.y Cahrn.
.mortgftoo... forKlolur.... IP SE. lit Stre.t PHONE FR 2-4249
MI. H.II..I/ Sons Willis L M.
.IM1.mo00pe ""Klo.....
--- BECAUSE they have learned from Sen. Smothers -

others in a position to know that unless we

ZALE'S T Sand firmer with Cuba that Florida, Northcentral

Florida, and all the U. S. is constantly threatened.

BECAUSE they arc a moralistic people and want to

'/ % "I 6 see leadership that will remove evil from our streets

DIAMOND DESIGNS itl countrysides.

I Serene limpllcity achltvii new heights In l.,,'. J BECAUSE they believe in dignity of the individual
Constellation diamond eolltction.
sophisticated new
Here li the Sweeping, Soaring grace of really mod- and want leadership that will work toward brother-
ern dmgnl 7
It you'r. courting a mod.rn girl-glv. her a ringto D, : liness and true love in human relations instead of
match from the Contttllitlon Collection tZilt
'.. __ J depending solely on laws and demonstrations.

i4 S k ,l lr ..f,.tIAL BECAUSE they arc a peace-loving people and be-

8 lieve peace is best preserved by keeping America

strong in arms and at the bargaining table.

=:A BECAUSE they arc truly a people who ask more what

9 they can do for their country than what the countrywill

hand out to Northccntral Florida.


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