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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 2, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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89th Year, No. 102 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1964 NEWSSTAND PRICE MeMOVI
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GETS 64 PER CENT IN POLL







Johnson Landslide PredictedThe





By LOLlS HARRIS real political pertinence In the opinion of this analyst It Involvesas

Polls President Lyndon B. Johnson holds a landslide lead In the popular much coincidence as skill. What does matter is this There Is a

NEW YORK (CAP) -Here's a vote over Sen. Barry Goldwater In a nationwide survey com- trend toward a massive Johnson victory In the 61 to 7() per cent

rundown on the latest national pleted on the Saturday before the voting In a secret ballot test, range, a landslide by any definition.The .
polls: Johnson finishes ahead by 62 to 33 per cent, with S per cent unde
Gallup Poll A semifinal poll cided. This compares with a *0-J W breakdown reported 70 days most striking result of the final secret ballot Is that President f; )
}
by Dr. George Gallup gave ago. Johnson scores a dramatic six percentage point gain in the

South, putting him ahead of Sen. Goldwater. Our ( Indicates
interviewing
Johnson 14 per cent, Goldwater When the undecided vote is allocated the standings of the Harris
29 per cent and undecided 7 per Survey as of October 31 become; a clear lessening of Southern criticism of the President on his

cent. h.ndlmg of racial matters and a clear gain on the Issue of international
Popcorn Poll -Johnson led Johnson, 64 per cent; Goldwater 38 per cent. responsibility.

7J-S among purchasers of popcorn Sen. Goldwater gets the break on the undecided vote because The key to President's showing throughout the country continues
In movie theaters and su more of these voters have a Republican than a Democratic voting The President now has a precedent-shattering 74 per cent lead to be voter confidence In Johnson's ability to handle foreign affairs
permarkets. They picked Barry history. in the East, and levels put at (2 per cent In the Midwest. In the and voter uncertainty about how Sen. Goldwater would handle
L Truman in 1948. West, Johnson has turned the tide from his recent low ot 57 per questions of war and peace.
To predict such a massive lead with pinpoint accuracy has now cent and now stands at 61 per cent (See HARRIS en Page 2))


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It's Johnson It's Goldwalcr



By JEAN CARVER, Sua Staff WrllrrJohnsonHumphrey By cur CORMIER, Suit City Editor
Chairman Sidney Martin forecast Goldwater will win but it will be a squeaker, local Republican
a slim win for the Democratic presidential ticket in predicted this morning!
Alarhua County and the state this morning Jim Clayton, chairman of the Alachua County Citizensfor
"The Democratic party has a program that fits the Goldwater Committee, said! ha believes the presidentialrace
people's needs," Martin said "The Democrats are going to will ho "extremely! ('loRe..Sr -."
win from the courthouse to the : Barry; Coldwater will
state capital to Washington." 1247 West University Avenue carry the Stats of Florida despite for the local Goldwatcr organ.
ization, said he believed I h e
would be
He predicted that SI per cent "a victory party. not the help of strong support will
Arizona senator
Republican
or more of Alachua County's Just an election party for Lyndon Johnson by 0 o v,
win because he has instilled a
A vote tally board will be
Farris and Sen.
32,111 voters will go for Lyndon Bryant Spea-
Johnson and Hubert Humphrey, maintained at the local headquarters sard Holland, Clayton sail strong patriotic sense of feeling
all the people
and Carlisle said he among
but added that he felt there
registered D e m o- of
would be In low with Burns Clayton, a Dmplte the predictions
would be between
and
only one headquarters In Jacksonvilleevery crat who switched party allegiance the polls and all the news
one and one-half per cent dif- 1} minutes for state tabu In 1951 In support ol media across the country. Johnson -
ference between the GOP and
lations. Dwight Eisenhower, said the will not win In a landslide 1 -
Ij Democratic totals In the county. "Burns has conducted a good, outcome here will be determined If he wins it all," Thompson
I Martin said he felt the state
clean campaign," Carlisle said. on the Issue of states rlghU. said.
vote would go to Johnson and "lie has continued the same "I think the people are fearful "It will be a very clone race
Haydon Burns in the governor'sraci. campaign he started before tine the Democratic Party Is In Alachua County, Florida and

f first primary. I think the people leading the nation down' the the U.S. We believe the people
Wayne Carlisle chairman for believe him." road to socialism like the Britlsh \. art behind Coldwater."

>Joe Wlrtphotf It tilt Sun) Haydon Bums in Alarhua County All headquarters Burns, government," he said. "The Clayton said Mayor H Idan s
predicted more than a million Holley, Democrat and Republicans people want their governmentback B u t n s, Democratic candidate
Assault Did This in Viet Namu. Florida voters would pull are offering fre rldri, at the local level so 1 twllrve for ovmnr, had helped ""
the lever for the Jacksonville to the poll. Transportation it* this tlecUon hi based on Goldwater cause In Florida by
airman drain weapon out of burned out wreckage of U.S. Air Force 1137 following mayor Tuesday, f rangcmenu ran be mad by tooservaUam versus liberal 1- predicting that Ooldwalsr
I Communist ,Viet Cong mortar attack early Sunday on Bien Hoa AirBase In He said the efectlcA: night party calling the headquarters, chairmen ism." would carry the state.
Viet Kim. In background are other damaged B37 bombers. at Burns headquarters at explained. 1 1PlIOr.NIX mt' P. W. Thompson, IreasurirJohnson (See GOP .a Page 2))



Regents Bel.IVcccl Winding Loses Leg I


Cilcd ( In Crash On ,

Fear New StrikeAt His;

Rcilz Up Campaign Waldo Road
By i,
'IT
I Constitutional Amendment No., WASHINGTON CArl) -President !- huge, cheering audience at A Gainesville man who stepped

2 will go a long way In sUbllU- Johnson, confident the f ladlson Square Garden that h.'till from his car lost a leg !in
U. S. in Viet tog the over all administration country "will choose the leader win. lie said American are a grinding three-car collision t
of higher education In Florida ship of the Democratic party"in / "extremism In the early Sunday morning at 100.N,
President J. Wayne Belts Tuesday's balloting, heads of the presidency." Waldo ltd.Dolphus.
of the University of Florida said today for his native THIS to After attending church, the Fowler 1320 SB Isl

today.On wind up his campaign President met for 71 minutes Ave, was listed In fair condition
Air BasePlastered the eve of Tuesday's election He scheduled three speeches with Secretary of Defense Robert today at Alachua General I

Dr. Belts predicted that at Houston and a finale at Aus S McNamara, Secretary of Hospital.
CLAIMS NIK the amendment, commonly referred tin.Then State Dean Rusk and other top Gainesville police gar
; to as the Board of Regents accompanied by Mrs aides on the situation In South this account,
Bill, will pass. Johnson and their daughters, Viet Nam. They discussed Officer Martin Beach stoppeda
I.- The amendment will Increase Lynda Bird and tact Balnes, means of tightening defenses car headed north for a routine
5f Yanks Die HAS DISEASECOPENHAGEN the term of office for members the President will go to Ms against Communist guerrilla ch"'k, Beach parked across

of the board which oversees the Johnson City ranch -to wait. mortar attacks )like the one that Waldo ftd, headed south. Beach
SAIGON, South Viet Nam state colleges and universities The Democratic National! hit the Bless line airfield near called for assistance and Officer
(AP) U.S. military sources (API Den sential elements of nervous tissue from four to nine years. The Committee aim! planned a final Saigon early Sunday. Andrew Whitney arrived, parkIng -
said today the disastrous Communist mark's Communist party leader especially In the brain, name of the board would be NBC television program at 10 Four Americans were killedIn behind the slapped car headed --
attack on the key U.S. returned from Moscow today spins! cord and ganglia)." changed from the Stale Boardof p.m. EST tonight In which Johnson the attack and 31 were north. Both cars were
installation at Bien Hoa could and said h. understands Nikl- (See MKITA 'a Page 2)) Control to the Slate Boardof and Sen. Hubert H. Hum wounded Twenty-seven US. against the curb.

be repeated at a dozen or more U Khrushchev Is suffering from Regents. phrey, his running mate, will aircraft were destroyed or dam Joyc. Pont Stevens, 2429 SB
bases In South Viet Nam."What's sclerosis. SandDethroned The new board Is highly desirable lilt Hawthorne Rd., smashed! isle t.the
King make minute appeals for aged.
In that it will provide of Andrews' police star
surprising Is that the that rear
chairman Presidentordered
Ked Jespersen of votes Committee aides said the Jhe /
continuity, greater expert n ce' lion driving It Into the
did not strike soon- wagon
Viet Cong
the Danish Communist recorded. be replaced
party, program was pre the destroyed jets
Bien and understanding of higher education rear of the car ahead. She was
American major at
er, an added that the former Soviet The President put In a busy Immediately,
"When it suits them, I on the part of Individual (rested and nlessed for injuries
Hoa said. premier Is not receiving visitors day at the While House Sunday In another action announced
AP Baits CmersJ Honpetal.
will do it again. DAMASCUS Syria ( ) members said.. at Alachus
am sure they because ef his Illness. Saudl Arabia's King Saud was In wring e "Yet" vote on after an early morning return Sunday by till Whit llnuse, .

The Viet Cong miles plastered northeast the ofSaigon Jespersen made his remarks dethroned today and his brother Amendment 2. Dr. Rents called from New York where he told a |See JOHNSON ea Pal ItBarry Fowler's leg was smashed In

air base with IS 100 81 mm mortar in a radio Interview shortly before Crown Prince Faisal I, was its decided step forward In restoring the collision, although a police
alter midnight Satur- holding a newt conferenceto proclaimed king of the oil-rich the authority of the spokesman said It U not determined
shells just 4 Americans and announce the results of his desert slate, Mecca Radio announced. board 'In matters of higher education Renews exactly how the Injury
killing
day, 31. A fifth American fact-finding mission to .the Soviet occurred. I
wounding killed a few hours later In capital.The Information Minister JamB "It has been well supported Officers expected to finish the
another was mortar attack about dictionary definition of AI Jujailan read a statement editorially all over the state" accident Investigation this sfV

miles north of Dies Hoa. sclerosis Is: "induration (hardening over Mecca Radio saying Cabinet Betts uld. "It has the endorsement Initial Charges ernnon.
five
of Got. Fans Bryant, the In another accident 1 In the
that the ) produced in an organ by ministers and religious ear
Some predicted members of tilt Board of Control county one mile s o rln of
Increase of hs
Interstitial connective sulutive council In Joint session
airbssein
sprawling Tan Son Nhut Arlx. lAP gen, the Arizona senator said. Interstate 73, four
lion
tissue also this and all the college presidents. Alachua on
the
VietCong ; degenerative morning approved
be the next
Saigon might And the of Ir..- college were
hunting U to
Barry Goldwstef. votes owes cause students wrout
replacement of tissues of dethronement of Saud, 12. and
target. ( that the dom full accounting for Its sfternoon.
and luck, charged May a Injured Sunday
Bien the spinal cord or brain by the proclamation of Faisal. U,
The 30-minut attack on "sheer tocomprtenre" Denver dereliction of duty In ',(letNam" The Florida\ highway Patrol
destroyed or damaged 27 neuroglla (tissue which fills the as the third monarch of Saudi Fire Station
Hoa crane strategists has set the < blamed tilt wreck on heavy rain
10 UA Air Interstices and supports the es Arabia.
planes. Including UJ,-barkd war on communism Later today, Geldwater and wind.
Force B57 jet bombers. It also Zoning Matters hi South Viet Nam m the brink! planned a good luck visit to The ear went out of control

killed two Vietnamese and of diu <<. rreoVwIa. Aril: a butte) country and turned ever In I ditch.
wounded five. Westmore l TTEB, ,IW 1! BlftLFITS i Before City The Republican nomine( for hamlet on tilt Utah border. Ids Karen Carroll 11. W la II r
C.
Gen. William the White Howe cno*. his campaign explained that h. wound up Ins Park, was treated and released
land commander of UA forces ft KErn AUfm.C-mlCi.4rw- Csanalgsj Planning matters dominate btaufursl as the laid ma- twit w nm< Senate campaignsthere at Alarhua 0 e e .t a L Philip
said elaborate
hi Viet Nam had been taken to tonight's Gainesville CIty Coramissim fit address of his rare against and said romervstJvef (Ve ll.1IIU M Page 2)
measures agenda. Pmidrnt Johnson offering believe" In relying on tilt (*MOM
aircraft at Bien Hon and The IKS United Community Fund\ campaign has
protect bases. been officially extended until November 11 Tour rnonlng recommend- anew In San Francisco tile IIfIIt .f the pull shape the future. -
other key bans from Ibo Plan Board uttered two months Dealing with the Communist
Some VS. military sources, The reasons are simple. It's physically tapossiW. Oft words h. WHERETO
however, believe that given the tJ to contact all of the household and businesses and tsree toning ordinance ago In Pretrett. Ariz.Goldwsttr stuck Sunday en the airfield U

security situation In the coun- Alachus County at "!It. grassroots "I," during amendments are included en the fired off a statement miles from Saigon Goldwater FIND IT I
and the Viet Cong'sproven the scheduled two-week period, even wins apprau- ageada. to Pheis demanding aha declared
tmid Letter also Immediate tspUnv -I charge that tile attack
volunteer workers. Architect May win and
is swift night mately IWt
abfflty present Baal plans for fire Uon" from the Johnson/ admW against ear aircraft resulted C4..Ic. 14
attacks the Bien Hoa victory Men and women active In business and household chores are
17-19
staflrm number five and Finance of the Communist bombardment because *f sheer/ bKompeUnc CI.aifi.I .
could b. repeated. taking time out during their day to contact every Individual! to tile tratfen _. IS
b.I. '
.
Th. three biggest bases county who might contribute to the support of tile deserving services Director Clarence GTleiB will that killed lour Amer- 1ft the part ef (the political sol- OM.rUs . 2
wounded 21 whiledestreytag Ors who have. been fuming
and
and Danang within the United Fund. kans
Bien Hat Saigon 4. S
Opinion lye
nave a number of things to Although every volunteer b working hard to wrap the drive up tdkatuon. sis Jet bombers ar- and ruliuns" the show kt Viet S,.rts 10.11
common a3: favoring the Viet soon Its obvious that another two weeks is necessary to oa tile The commission l meets at T.MBI. 17 Sunday Kant. Wm .'s 7
CongSttVOTNlMMPaget. Job that every active citizen wants done Your patience sad Cfoperitioo at tilt UUties Operation "This administration ewes II. Unfed bi I Sunday literUk /
( : ) Is appreciated. Center, itt SC Kk A,.. every America w explaneT BAinr M Fag t>


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!' URGES VOTE : War In ", Barry 1':1

TALLAHASSEE (AP) Flo.rldlans :

have been urged by

Gov. Farris Pr: not to vote InTuesday' A Omrllly'" Illr V* I,, 'I' From Page
; 1 Ihrougn T 0. I I a Low tonlgntM .
r general election! ,. M, Cbs ,.......,y 71 M N Mwf.IK Viet?
\ I virlibli, MrttWMt ..* Mil lnM view that Communist guerrUlis war In Viet Nam drift right
u
In a statement, the ; t. if mm M rise,. )
governor S Mir IHrooon TuMoyt Lm to.nlghl might have staged the mortar to its present brink of disaster "
f iJ'I said, "Every Floridian who 41 to M. HisS' ,_.. m mid'
loves his country will exercisehis 70.on,hour Mvtmny' won S M .II mlln WASHINGTON (AP) The barrage In hopes of InfluencingTuesday'i electionIn In the San Francisco speech,

right to We on Tuesday." C Partly cloudy, becoming Communist raid on a US. airbase Johnson's presidential favor. Goldwater sounded the themes

I fair tonight and Tuesday. near Saigon early Sundayhas mention of this that have been his ammunition
tIP't Bryant predicted the heaviest Low tonight 50 to M. High stirred up new talk here of There was no throughout the race
Cold- against
voting In Florida's history and Tuesday In 70s. Northerly enlarging the war In South Viet In the written statement
,
;: asked Floridians to cast their winds 10 to 20 miles an hour, Nam. water Issued before he flew up Johnson He called for curtailment .

''f votes early "so that all of his diminishing tonight and Tues to San Francisco for a last ef of the power and size ot

countrymen will have an equal day. US. officials said today that fort to capture California's 40 the government! He promised

opportunity to do the same." O Cloudy with KC.HMK run vents seem to be moving to- electoral votes.Goldwater an end to the draft And he demanded .
.Ma Dili ."....... MMIIy .1, ward a confrontation betweenthe said before he attack that the Democrats go
night wx TiiMiy, Low M ftUPMT
tonigM
,
Ml. High' ,_., war It. Norm.riy ... ,,,.,,,,' United States and Communist the government was I to work'eUectively and

More AboutNikita imlnloMng' win, tonight U .. u on*muse'_'M y. Smillcrifl Hour, North Viet Nam, backed by I warned "!iy" a former highly Immediately to restore proper
GAINESVILLE
.wimlngi" .'.lipliyogran. It, Aleguttln. WEATHER!: Red China, on the Issue of security placed official of the military" respect for law and order in this

C _Mrmwlrde pu-sue cloudy, becoming tllrtonight Municipal l Airport readIngs and peace In Southeast! that airfield defenses ;were Inadequate land and not Just prior to
one Tuouiy. Lm tonight 'hitt for 24 hours to a tin. to- Asia. "
H. did not name the Election Pay either.
'> wptr Mi. High' Twttoy 'm wwr7k
day: High 68 at 11 am., low
Northwly wwtl S to II mlln
on hour 57 at 3 a.m. Rainfall 106 InchWoihlngion The whole situation seems man. "Every word I have just ape.ken .

I In*o I.-,ciooring tonlgnl ttiii.K u .ltor TuiMoy_,LM bmw Ifn es. certain to get urgent attention i Goldwater said the warning i to you II from the very first

From Page 1'' ..M K'obovt, Northwnt... High'.d,mrll."..,wlrvrt In wpor IS- YUMPI5AUuls IU.WHIUM from President Johnson and his apparently was Ignored. speech of. this presidential campaign .

SI .1 mlln so 1mw. top military and diplomatic He called for "a lull and Immediate ," he said. "The Issues
,
M / Jespersen was the soles H I _M to rur 41 through High, TiMMiy Timmy irnn.Low Jock,1II1 50 L It Psee 1.17 advisers in the weeks followlnllTuesday' explanation by this I have not changed. I have not

precise nature and vague on N Soar N,rth.rly wit* It to .It mll l M Miami Tpo' 10 II II It presidential election. administration and by the civilIan -[changed. The challenge and the

Khrushchev's gravity of J Folr through TUMMV. low ... :.. .. .. Officials said the course the strategists who have let the i [choice have not changed"
reported Illness night' In th< M>. High' Tundiy M Oiona 10"
Sw'' war actually takes In the weeks
He described Nwllwoit li north w..lmu I N II nllnI. .so s
it only as sclerosis 1ft Sour. NowVi. II II ahead will depend primarily on
II pair oaws T_. Low SIn1a II 3p
a term which Is More About
medically a iL suns Tou.uso II ernoaaa Cnl go .5 53 decisions to be made by North :
very broad. north alSo. ALMANAC l. hi i II 01"" 1ft las,. Ow K.ft.,a.., City 71 71 10 as Viet Nam and Red China. I

timot todiy lu-pm. PI. Worflo 10 II If the Communists decide to
The
most severe form Lw Aseouse'
of this lunrlM' tomorrow 56 II
4 u
disease Is disseminated sclerosis Wwoauw lamarow e.se I. .m... imo. II It ... step up their support for the JohnsonFrom
Now Moon ,, ,, "' .... I CloAa ely tiDes VietNam
'" Viet Cong forces in South
which damages the brain Tun month lilt Wtr.it, Jupllor li a, ',,seday-HPqS.155s1.m..
and can lead to total Itl gniHil. trllllonu. Tonight' It rim, ".... "" "Of. m. ad'ip.m ad53. : 2 these officials said therein
L paralysis. "". ." '1 I m. MA""I "onu"
Other milder .lor.. ...... ?, ..??,.._..,.. ned II win b. IMVO lilt horlton tho cAnt GUL', Nwi'wuy wud, I 10 11. every prospect of very serius Page 1
-------- v. ''''' I roil ol "'. .'''''. knoll Ioo'on' ard ,......,. .h'..'..._ } trouble ahead.
lliey Came: in Fours reduce control over physical

movements, a Danish medical 5 Dav Forecast If they choose not to Increase Johnson set up a special task good sense of the American

Mrs. Willis Lyons wearing an Identification tag authority said.Jespersen - I their efforts, It was said, the force to study means of prevent- people. They discovered, as far
on her wrist for each of four babies born to her Sun. Temperatures will be about 74 to 50; Orlando 78 to 59; West United States probably will tog the spread of nuclear weap as the American people are

I day enjoys a hearty breakfast at Jackson, Tenn., was one among normaL No rain of consequence Palm Beach 82 to 65, and Key follow about the same basic ons. He named Roswell L. Gilpatrlc. concerned: "Extremism In the
born five minutes many leaders of Communist is expected. Sample high and West 79 to 72Pennsylvania I
The within
hospital. quads were
New
low Tallahassee I policy it has In the past that York lawyer and pursuit of the presidency Is an
temperatures
and an hour and a half after the mother entered the Moscow parties in Europe who went to is, supporting within South Viet former deputy secretary !of unpardonable vice. Moderation
to find
hospital. out what was : Nam the efforts of that coun defense, chairman of the group In the affairs of the nation is the
behind Khrushrh_______ ,,.,..
....
n. leaders to the which Is to report early next virtue."
SAVE try's gain upper: highest
HOW TO last month.
The eb
first reason tuat t [,hand In the long struggle with year. Tho President said he Is endIng .

Prime Minister Fidel Castro given out In Moscow was that the Viet Cong rebels. a campaign "which will see
the Communist Central In his Madison Square Garden

has called OB hIs fellow Communist Committee and party the Supreme 'wimwwwL' ..... ....II.bl.. will III- ". 'ft... ........,. ..,.__,., .. ._.. I President Johnson met Sun speech Saturday night., the the American people choose the
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,
in the Cuban government Soviet Presidium "granted N.S. .11IIo pw day with Secretary of State President bitterly assailed Sen. leadership of the Democratic
OWEN "
to learn how to study cap Khrushchev's request to be relieved LAKE BUTLER MOORE- Owen ; and several Dean Rusk, Secretary of Defense Barry Goldwater the GOP party.

italism to learn how to end of his duties because of Moore 65 died nieces and nephews. Robert S. McNamara and presidential nominee. He called
Sunday morning ANNIE WILKES other makers and
policy experts
his advanced age and deterioratIng him a man dedicated to "ex More AboutMishap
waste. In Starke after
health." suffering an STARK!!: Mrs. Ann i I. B. on the Southeast Asian situa "

"Capitalism Is using its money apparent heart attack Wilkes, 70, died Sunday In tion. The principal concrete .treme ideas.

we socialist throw It To most who had seen him Born in Columbia County he Starke after an extended Illness. action announced after the :Without naming Goldwater

away," said Castro In a speech just prior to his descent into oblivion lived In Lake Butler for M She came to Starka from meeting was that the aircraft the President said the Republican -

he had appeared In fairly years He was a retired farmer Jacksonville In 1952. She .was a which were destroyed by the was not a true conservative

Saturday nlahLFLIES rugged halth. and was a member of the Pine housewife. raid on Bien Hoa airfield near tyit only a radical who had resorted -

Hill Methodist Church. Survivors Include a d a u II\. Saigon had been replaced. to "smears and scan From Page 1
Later, however. the word began Survivors Include his widow '
BACK ter, Mrs. Frank Evans, Miami; Officials virtually ruled out dal."
to spread that Khrushchevhad Mrs. Mina Moore; a son, Loyd, two brothers, E. E. and W. L. any Immediate retaliatory action Dean Sieve, II, Orlando, wss
Adlal E. Stevenson, U. S. been ousted because of bad ]Lake Butler his mother and the
; Mrs Edwards, both of Jacksonville; against the Reds by U.S, Johnson aald Goldwater driver. Thomas Heath 21.
ambassador to the United Na. handling of the Cuban affair, I Harriet Moore, Lake Butler; three sisters Mrs. J. C. Ad. forces. They said this was an hit running mate, Rep. WilliamE. Orlando, car owner and Carol

Hone, left Mexico City for Chile I Soviet agriculture, the dispute I three brothers, Lonzo, Fort Lau- bins, Gainesville; M r I. A, 2. incident within the war In South Miller, "ran smack Into the. Speer It, Groveland were pas-

today but bad weather forced -: with the Chinese Communists I derdale; Frank, Tampa; andJ. Adkins, Starke; and Mrs L. L 'Viet Nam and not comparable sengen. I

his plan. to return to the Mexican Seven-year-old Maria Elena Whether the word that Jet P., Dundee; five ill I tan, Roam., Jacksonville; and three to the North Vietnamese Torpe. All were on their way to Georgla. .
JIJoo of Quito Ecuador Mrs. Betsy Galney Lake Butler -. grandchildren. More AboutViet.Nulll [ .
do-boat attack US.
on destroyers
capital. persen brought from Moscow!'
bona with deformity Mrs. '
a crippling ; Nancy Phillips and MARY LEE ROSE
was Intended to back ,' patrollng the Gulf of Ton
Stevenson will represent Pres- and orphaned by tragedy away Mrs Vergle Crews both of -
toward the original line could WILUSTON M r ,. Mary kin last August. In that case the
ident Johnson at the Inauguration whe both her parents were not be determined Macclenny; Mrs. Mollie Varnes, Lee Rose, M, a resident of Mi- 'United States made destructive

of Eduardo Fret as president killed la a Bottoa hotel fire once Raiford; Mrs. Fay Bell Smith,. ami. died Thursday .t- Alachui- \rllaUatol'V! air itrlkM on Inr_

of Chile. has bees told by doctors at I fort About General Hospital. She had been [d-btl;; bases -In-- oj.thViet
Massachusetts General
Hotpftal here two weeks visiting her Nam. 1
.FromPagc
that she will be home
NO TREATS by daughter, Mrs. James Sheltonof
Christmas and able to walk Harris Some officials here speculated

A 47-year-old mother h'as and run like other children. Survey WiUiston. that the Viet Cong attack on the Each Is surrounded at least In.

Survivors include her h u .- airfield have been a delayed by where the 'OWL". M.I IUAM joseeeePuwal
countryside
may part.
been committed for psychiatric Three prominent Bostonian'srained .
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band .. .
W. L. Rose two """e. for M. Cowul
observation after allegedly some (12.000 to pay the J From Page 1 G. W. ; sons, retaliation for the U.S. guerrillas can ,find good cover. 55. Will be "d ci a 01 p .... a M,
Rose, Oakland Calif. ,
My Ngvombor I. ItM rt
; assault the basks Jtnot-J<
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handing out ant poison pellets Costa connected with her operation This election campaign may the other hand, he may not do and Eugene Rose, Rich I mood, The torpedo-boat which Large Red forces operate In the a' ,ruiwrM Oobbi.Homo Cnml, withLonnli e,,
airplanes were conttxting WI <
to Halloween trlckortreaters.Helen for dislocated hips andbospitaiinatios. well mark major changes on the as well among voters of Italian Vs; a daughter M r .. James destroyed had been stationed In 'general area of all three despite k.,., swuM, .. will, ... w, Hlllcmt i AM II,

Ffell Long III I n drrt. political map of America. Key, descent as did Kennedy, while Shelton, Williston; her father Bien HOI following the Tonkin repeated government operations HUM mud S,*S. Mn.** r.or.Ie Av..... OilnMvlillFrUOT liVId t-
and new voting patterns to watch fie W. E. Poe .''of Nlgnl .' AlKtau' Ow,
housewife TAUT WAY'Norman 5 I will probably roll up a bigger Bristol Tenn; two' Gulf affair. against them HOIII.I, Mn. rowiir, w.. bomD
mother of two for In tomorrow's balloting are i majority among Irish sisters, Mrs. Marjorie Cash, omb4r :it IMI I w ..11. Claus

teen age eons Thomas, six times these: American voters than his pre: Greenville S. C.; and Mrs. Maxla Other possible elements in the "Air bases can't move and the .yoiri.b"., hM. hued u M ClIMlvllll for

and a married the Socialist party candidate for SUBURB Lyndon Johnson I decessor obtained In 1960. One Smith, Stanton Va; a brother timing. cited here, were the fact Viet Cong literally can come In .
MILLI. N55
L'LLII 'TTA Puow'
daughter, was president, says he's going "partof stands a better chance of carrying of the most sizable shifts, both. Arnold Poe, Bristol; and six hat this is the anniversary of and survey the base from mortar Nu-u," lou NO. Muuu,, ISO Si.
the with LBJ." the normally In the overthrow a year ago of the laud arrested Satur. way Republican I voting percentages and In grandchildren.OTIS. I position and drive marking I, aol. it ArclMr M.IIXKIUChortn

I day after a par- "I have reservations about suburbs of northern big cities I turn out will be among Negroes SMITH ,Diem regime and it Is also a stakes" an American artillery .... M,win..'. loud D,. coMvxtlng Ooltvt' kud.nt.., out Ikn

ent spotted the the candidacy of President than any Democrat In modern I both In the N o r t h and CHIEFLAND Otis D. Smith time when the South Vietnamese officer aaid.Dtofenses turlil will ... In Arclwr|Cimrltlry Mrv.

pellets' a Johnson but I feel we've got to times. What used to be the very' South. They are heading toward 65, died Sunday In a nursing are forming a new civilian unMr'...ro'm.' .IrKtlon Hvnl" ', Mri ol, JonJotinton Mill

bag his young. lick Goldwater" Thomas said heartland of GOP strength may more unanimous support of home here after a two-month overnment which US authorities around the bases are wno llvM ., SIC N, e lOIn A,omOlimivilli >.

.ter brought In a speech Sunday night. be turning into a center of Independent Johnson than any single group illness. hope will intensify the in the hands of Vietnamese nor ......, law d''IM 'm.'.,.d..._" morning Illnn i I'. .

M.Pf e II hom voting! habits. How. has ever given any candidate A native of Levy County, struggle against the Viet Cong forces, not Americans. M.tins*. III Mllll fir woo* SouP County.M Coorgll Mrulry' ..17 sId I I

Mrs. Pfeil, charged with endangering BIG STEALKuhn ever, the suburb residents are for President In recent times Smith had spent his entire life Washington authorities said Patrolling Is sometimes errs used, 'in Arcnor far to. ynri bi j
ton cwnlng to Oolnoiylll.MOOIII 5 "
the health of a minor likely to be splitting their' tick U should also ba noted that in this area. that there was no evidence tidi- tic and Viet Cong Infiltration to Y"

was ordered committed Sunday eta with a record number of 1964! has produced a significantshift He was a member of the Baptist 'sting any link in timing be- within f few hundred yards of OWIN M*, ".",'01 wry |
voters crossing over between Church. km fo, Nt,. Com M..,.. .,. ..
to Central !blip State Hospitalby I In campaign Issues: tween the raid and the U,Selection the base perimeter Is not con- .,11I I...... will M laud II MO 3PM
the Democratic candidate for This election could very Surviving are two brothers in which the South Vietnamese -|I:sld red difficult. .n ,........ Novombir 1 ,.... .. Iron |
District Judge Victor J. Or. President and Cuse,.. Now. cases w''.., 5,. ,
Republican candidates well mark Maldon H. Smith of
Bartow and
gera. a major turning point war has been a contro-i D. L, erlffll' CMMuclxg ... ..rv I ,
for the gubernatorial and I In American elections for the Harvey H. Smith of Gainesville. verslal Issue. Vietnamese) artillery openedup fell iil'IK will M 'M Ml Zton Soil i

Police said Mn. Well told senatorial seats Presidency. Barring come Inor on suspected Viet Cong positions CrasS Fumril incur Komi lilt tl Lou lrcllM lutlirnote. If .,_ .

them she gave out a dozen pellets SOUTH Barry Coldwat r dmate domestic event, there Is but the gunners fired by Mm. MA.y LII Pwnr MO I Ikoi

as a prank. Suffolk County bide fair to be the first Republican now every likelihood that In the J guess work. The Viet Cong apparently tar Mn. Miry L.. ffioi of InouMwIti.

police continued to alert parents in this century to carry future voters will base their decision escaped unscathed. ?uuoa7. will. NoMmbv bo HIM i,it WM I W It f V M' f fon \

In the area, although 12 pellets small town and rural countiesin dominantly on foreIgn I eluding three battalions thai:l 0...,." ,_.. Horn CrubH 'In Ml.
owl Plo. untfor Iho rilrocHen of VOnml "
were recovered. the South He should do exceDllnnallv policy and defense considers were sent out at dawn. pvMrii Horn ol Mlmil' Ho
.,in Kntuit Funoru Htm ot win.Nn .A ,
well t In Smith I'.n- I
lions. The
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single most
Murphy : powerful Until we control the Kmlng. con* If kH >".n iNW
ali North : : countryside ._. _
Florida. Central Ala force working for Johnson tomorrow mm Nt 5,10 II 211I
HE'LL GO Allan Dale Kudu, it, and bama. Northwest we may as well resign I I Ira II Mi"ml. Hi H'l THvn I
Mississl p pi. will be the question of .oy Octotxr it lou wnii. vttiting N' I
Jack Holland Murphy, 27, both I I Northern ourselves to this sort of thing," ......... MOM ..... AbmrnMr
Louisiana! E Mn WM on
Premier Lal Bahadur Shastrl a i tern which the
man people want at .
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of Miami were arrested In Miami I artillery officer said ro L u-ca III TI"uI.WO. 0''
... nf India lays he'll attend the South Carolina Eastern North the helm on International a f-- H SVWn' MnxorMI' M_ Iif
the FBI in the New .
York
by Carolina Cburcb *t Miiml.' PI'* lurvlvlM|
International Eucharist Congress and Southern Virginia fairs nuclear control and the mombon of lilt tomlly .'. mnto, ,
jewel theft which Included theworld's all| havens W L. now. Mloml.' '', S MM. It C
or the UF
the traditional I
In Bombay despite largest sapphire "Starof military protection of the na : Paper ..... OwlmC' CWII' 1_ I. liw.I IicMirvd. "
mounting objections of orthodox Democratic South Hundreds of tion. Vo I _.... Mn' J_'
India They were charged I Mr W I
Hindus. thousands of Democrats In the At the outset this tlWton.. WlllllMI, WMr. .... .. .
with stolen of campaign i .. .,,, .,. Tmn S Mr'
transporting jewelry South who have before the Goes ForJohnson MorHrl." CiM "*.l.. S. C 0"'
never two
most
Pope Paul VI of the Roman across state lines A third I Important Ml... amOS, I'"" ", V*. I briAnw.
Catholic Church Is scheduled to man arrested In New York was I II. left this their party may desert It 'Issues were foreign policy and I CKIWron.SMITH. .PM, SrllW, Tmn, III fru,
year civil
attend the congress which begins -Roger Clark 29. rights The race question r
BUSINESSThe: : ; difference at has diminished In Importanceas Mt OT'H 0 '_01.. -,
Nov. U (Slory en Page I) kM lIP Mr' Otll 0. null K cn_ "
I[the polls between members of election day has grown closer I !..* Pll ... U Mb a bAd Jt
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organized labor and their employers with the white "backlash' The Florida Alligator endorsed road M SMW'.r ....... CNirc*. SvIK. '

More and business executives In the North lessening In IntenI I President Lyndon B. John mIs. girKtIW N. ill 5M5"O'of Unwlt C---enemA HOC/IOu- .'

generally II likely to be less In sity. Meanwhile, events in the son for reelection in an editorial ,
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election thlll any other Kremlin and Red China have today MrvlCM, lIP M... WII.... Ml 1Mb. Mm.
time In recent political history. Intensified voter anxieties overforell' I will M Ho* 0. rMonMy. ... ,
It NoMmbor L WM M Cl ,
Johnson may gain only slightly \ affairs I especiallyamoni was the second editorialI lull COTWMry. gvrlol wl> aC"Y
over John F Kennedy'. .tror. women. In the South_ I endorsement for I in. Ca'... IXOW I'd Mm"Joxo. ,

"That statement helped Gold- and could not be reached for run with the -labor-"group;; 'j In19M however, racial Issues remaina the University of Florida a I \ of. M.... FimvM........ muo HOT HM4. StvWWo. MCu. SllrtGainesville P1.

water," Clayton said his comments on the upcoming Rut with professionals and dominant consideration i on the dent newspaper the first having -00-.. oMd 0wasOM' 5. 5

Neither spokesman believe the election. executives, Johnson will 11.minds of the voters been earlier in the current trio

civil rights Issue will make any Members of the campaign a sharp upward Increase S Senator Goldwater has scored I mester. !

difference In the outcome of the staff said ONeal entertained I normal Democratic .felllt.r.1 some late points on the ) Sun

election. the St. Petersburg Republican haps a majority In morality issue But neither the Truthfully we were somewhat -,I
less
"Sen. Goldwater ls for -stale legislator Saturday at II to both management aPPfIl1r1'1. Baker nor Jenkins cases have I endorsement rabid In our first I I >Md tvcmngg etptSoturday.
preserving of Johnson gnd Sunday morn- I
post-game party after the Flori" the President pur.
Individual rights of all I da-Auburn registers a mlcJ.1 generated the same Impact onvoters wely- the Alligator said. I "'w1 by *.e GoMwgvil1'" P *-
football .
people regardless of rice "\ game. dl. of the road appeal as the civil rights question IhhMg Company a. 101, Si I
Clayton said 'Mr H 0 I II.I 7 expressed I closer to that of Dwight Ewen- seemed to project In I.r.lUIM'Ier. Johnson received the Alligatoe's 2nd r'toUtU,.. GamMvlll. Florida.end .
great deal of confidence" the bower than gntgrgrf .g bKonct ckMm '
any recent Democrat The) senator has also IUpport the grounds
Uk. Burns supporters, workers 5t gf m. fort 0c ne
local
for GOP worker explained ever to run for the White struck a .responsive chord with that he la a doer though not a Comggvill. Ftarido.CIICVUTIOM .
gubernatorial
candidate -
Dr Harry Walker, fins nee House his criticisms of toe welfare food speaker, while Republican
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predicting!Charles victory Holley for here t their are I .chairman Alachua for the Holley forcesIn MINORITIES TIis, election I state. Voters limply do not,! AnotheKi ;;i-i; candidate Barry Goldwater has (.An... 0*tATfS MAIL IT
County, said he felt said
will also mark a resmifH-want to give any blanket mandates .I Election I much but done little of a I W..* .4!
man Holley would beat Burns but ing of the vote pattern of key [ M economic reform, positive nature a ,.... SUSAll J

.".,. The Holley headquarters at less than two per cent of the ethnic minority groups For example though they do not want repeal. Democrats and Republicans aren't the only ones Terming the i seaS aubocvleMa'n ewa
503 SW 2nd Avenue will be
total voles would the eampa'gn "short
separate the largest of the legislation be paid
in the MMMCWT
nationality passed offering candidates this
week.
I National Book Week "
open Tuesday night, the headquarters winner and loser, bloc people of TM O&I Intellectuals, the Alligator g t=i lunau
staff German descent 1130s. bread and butter I U being observed. at the Gainesville Library thbs I!prefemcl Johnson c '
reported this Mr Holley has campaigned has been mainly on
heavily Republican IIImoo.rn Issues of New Deal days are no!, week and children like Laura Su Grinek. Judy Cebra the Iraiglh of his AII 4uAMd 0w
morning. against considerable odds bat tIm... In this elecfon.! the principal slowly ; mm Mmml 10 WI .-
longer areas and Griner from
Gregory left
( ) are lining up to rote I tnougnt out 5_.
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Holly he Walker
will win Johnson coo-
has cut heavily Into the rating Democrats from 1tpa.1 for their favorite books. (Sim photo by Tommy |[:frost M .- a PN .
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By RALPH McGILL A revolution In the method of financing
........ ..... wl.i.e" ..MI_ rtMi WASHINGTON -
= THE SUN'S POLICY M tk* Ad.0.... CMINMM a presidential campaign bas Just been achieved by the Re-

Finance Committee. A format to
report
National
1. Riporl the ntwi fully And ,Impartially In the mwi column. .r publican
= 2. E>prtu the opinion of the Sun In-*ut only In-tditonoli. be filed In Congress by the committee 12 days after the

= 3. Publish all lldfi of Important conttovinlal luuil. Barry'sAltering election will show a balanced budget and, in fact, a considerable -

378-1411 surplus. This Is he first time in many years that
The Sun's telephones: All department
= v. either party will present such a ecort'to( Congress

The Republicans have spent approximately 70 per cent more

I Those Amendments money than in any previous presidential campaign a total

this time of around $12,500,000 but. amazingly enough, this

ViewsSenator has been accomplished without as much support from persons -
J-' : Qt. w.wvq in business and finance and the wealthier\ people of
Voters are faced with; 13 "yes or Constitution. This is a "bookkeep.
the country as in previous years.
=.+o" decisions on Tuesday's ballot. ing" move because the commissionertoday Goldwater position -

=helle are the proposed amendments actually has nothing to do with on Social Security was IN FACT, gifts above $100 were few In number and
made quite clear In an ar-
:10 the Florida Constitution which"ZZmust amounted to much less In total than In the 1960 or 1954
these activities. Vote "For." ticle signed by him In the campaigns. But the surprising development that, while to-
be approved by the voters. New York Times
Magazineon
tal national contributors of record In the Republican Party in
-MMM NUMBER NINE. Another strictly November 24, 19 3. He "-4"- 1960 numbered about 37.000, the contributors this year Increased
1 '= The Sun herewith presents brief aald: "I think Social Security to the unprecedented total of 100000 And even
I -|ummaries and recommendations for local amendment applying to Dade should be voluntary. This THE MOMENT OF TRUTH these figures do not Include women contributes giving $1
Is the only definite positionI
County branch courthouses If Dade
wishto
the benefit of those voters who each.
have It.
avail! themselves of our editorial people want it, let'm have it. Vote Under on pressure of seeking THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS. ANALYST The significance of this Is

counsel. "For" votes the Senator has sought not wholly on the side of fl-

to draw away from what, in nace because most of the con

NUMBER ONE. Gives constitu- NUMBER TEN. This is another of in unhurriedly wellconsidered The Basic Decisionthe tributors are young in years
and leader
.." magazine article, was his as one Republican -
tional sanction to the existing 43- the important amendments. It Increases "only definite position. says, while frequently the

'senator, 112-representative formulaof from 16 to 20 the maximum IT IS PERHAPS this proposal voter who gives $1,000 feels

apportionment of the Florida number of judicial circuits that may of a voluntary Social he has done his whole duty,

Legislature. A vote of "Agalnst" Is be established by the Florida Legis Security system that has em- O New tJork JTimra Tung, Wilson and De Gaulle, candidates has very littleto the giver of a smaller sum
do with it The extreme ranging from $1 to $25 -
first boldened some of the young By JAMES RESTON are not responsible for any
recommended for two reasons- lature. It requires that each circuitbe :
and of this. They are all in the right-wing backers of Gold- is likely to give his time and
professional business ex- WASHINGTON In the
the apportionment is neither equalnor composed of a county (or con ecutives frankly to lay they last few hours -before the same boat. They are not determining water, and the dubious associates energies! to working among
fair and second the U.S. Su- tiguous counties having not less than other vo'crs
Jenkins
believe the system of oldageand vote, It Is important to get what the people of Johnson-Baker,
preme Court already has declared it 60,000 inhabitants with the exception retirement pensionsshould the questions straight The and the scientists do, but and all the rest are Much of the money was

unconstitutional and it would be use- of Monroe), It also prohibits be abolished. Some of past is not the Issue but the merely tryiing to deal with not the main thing. raised by direct-mail solicitation

less to adopt it. reduction of the number of circuit: the more extreme speakers future The real world of revolutionary actions of what which resulted in nun-
THE MAIN THING Is the dreds of contributions at
ah
at conservative' rallies is happening.
in people, nations, and science
judges residing any county as a
have been honest to uncertain, the menacing future average ct approximately $11
enough but red-!
-what where It is interesting
they are doing,
NUMBER TWO. Permits the Legislature result of future changes in the Judicial
that they do not think of a violent world of each. The official figures to
say they are going Is the central culous to waste time cryingfor
to establish nine-year terms circuit. that government, state or fed- question. change, and which of two be submitted also will show
for the members of the board which eral, has any responsibilityto Johnson and Goldwater a world in which everybody men and parties, with all that the money rime mostly
are
administers colleges and universities.This The last-named provision is, in our the Individual. This is, merely Incidental to this. followed the Golden their strength and weaknesses from new or previously non-
Rule, limited their families Is likelv to have the best contributing voters.
they insist, a country of ,
is to be opportunity They not
nine-member group judgment, an undue restriction on are going to trans-
Therefore, those and their ambitions, lived in chance of, dealing with It ef- The Republicans had an ab-
called the Board of Regents (as opposed future action. Nevertheless Floridais form the earth, but try to
nations that minded their
normal situation to
., who do not provide for themselves deal with It fectively.On face, since
it Is.
to the present Board of Control a growing state and more circuits and their old age haveno talk of the past as, but the They voter own business, and paid no this basis, a choice can In some of the states with

"" ). will be needed. Vote "For" Amend- right or reason to expect has to bet on the future. attention to the revolutionin and should be made In the large populations the money

ment Ten. government to care for thrm What kind of country, what science and technology. Interests not of men or parties that would normally go to

The proposal has been approved When asked :f they expect kind of world will one or the but of the nation, and the national headquarters from
such to be left to die THE TWO OBVIOUS menaces Tues- state organizations did not
persons other echo of the decision on
Joy the Florida Education Association, NUMBER ELEVEN.; Provides that of these two candidates
of starvation or illness, they to world peace are day is likely to be heard in materialize. But this differ
have to deal with?
the State's Education Community either the Senate or House may propose refuse to answer, saying only Atomic energy and sexual the Union and In the world ence was made up by an Increase

:t and the Sun strongly recommends aFor" a revision of all or part of the that it is not the responsibility WE CAN ONLY guess, but .>,ergy, and of the two, the for many years to come. In receipts from the

vote. State Constitution, subject to ap- of government some things we know. The latttr is probably the greater smaller contributors who
proval of the people at the polls. Un- Carried to its I logical and ultimate world Is not waiting for our menace In this baffling supplied more than 75 per
conclusion, such at- situation all do be- cent of all the received
an we can FrighlcningPhillics' money
NUMBER THREE. Extends to the der existing laws, the Legislature answer. It is changing faster
hide is frightening to contemplate fore the election Is think by the Republican National -
year 2000 the bond program which cannot itself draft a revision of the than most politicians can about which of the two forces Finance Commiatee this

provides money for school construc- entire Constitution, but must leaVe There have been these in change their minds, whichIs represented by Johnson year.

tion, Including secondary, junior colleges the details up to a convention which history who have advocated pretty fast China exploded and Goldwater Is likely to
and universities. This would does not submit it revision to the that the indigent old, the an atomic device the oth deal more effectively with (c) NM Virt ,..... !MOST OF THE money was
er day. That makes five of
? crippled and retarded children nuclear At least one sub office collected
after the
this torrent of violent change. campaign
merely free the hand of responsible people It's worth voting "For.
should be nations, all uncontrolled the Democratic National Committee
began and the
put painlessto ,
Republicans
In such a world, all we can
officials in their educational financ- to be
death. Indeed the Nazi does not seem had deficit
a of approximately
ing, and seems to be a deslreabla NUMBER TWELVE Extends to government carried out The Soviet Union dumped hope tendencies to do and is to attitudes think about of suffering from over confidence JSOO,000 on August 1. They

amendment. Vote "For" No. 3. the year 2018 the allocation of the such a program In the case Khrushchev and moved toward mind In the two presidential Prominently display have no deficit now The Re-

two-cent gasoline tax to the state of crippled, spastic and re- j a reconciliation with candidates. Obviously neither ed is a big group picture of publican leaders themselves I
tarded children they carriedon Communist China. The BritIsh the Philadelphia Phillies say that they were helped by
Releases for immediate
NUMBER FOUR. road distribution trust fund. Present installed Johnson nor Goldwater has
underneath
an educational program a Labor government with this legend : various campaign Issues anda
spending rot only the Interest ly it is earmarked through 1993. This asking parents to accept the but didn't give it a an answer to all these problems "Remember, they got bent" feeling that the Democratic

but also the principal of the J is the formula for figuring how painless 'putting away" of large enough majority In the The question is whether As all should remember, Party had advantages due to

"State School Fund," which is ac- much money each of the state's 67 such children as a duty to House of Commons to govern In the next four years we the Phil'les! had a 8H game the power and influence of ,
need to be rigid or flexible,
cumulated over the years from, the counties ,should get from two cents the stale The Germans were effectively.. The French whether the times call for an lead In the National League the Incumbent administration. "
told that a simple injection began floating rumors that only three weeks before the When the major televisionand
-sale or lease of state-owned lands. of the seven cents a gallon state gasoline innovator or a consolidator
would do the job. In the con- they might pull out of the season s end. Then they lost radio networks refused
:(The amount presently is about $18 tax. It Is based on three factors centration camps when the European Common Market whether we think we can Intimidate 10 straight recently to give "equal time"

million, and it brings in annual in- : county area, population in the middle age and older be- and maybe even out of the the world Into going to the Republican nominee,

:Uterest: payments of approximately most recent federal census, and the came too sick to work they North Atlantic Treaty Alliance along with our desires, or the Republicans could get the
-' the promptly were gassed whether we can serve the nation Actually, Goldwater view transmittedonly
: $150,000). Let's keep principal county's contribution to the state
WE WILL NOT, one But the major question and the free world better by buying time. This
may
": the Interest vote road fund from its
.and spend ; primary tax
gas
despite all the about by trying to reach an All
hope, come to that In this publicity They meant an appeal for funds.
;'Against" this one in the year 1931, calculated as a percentage country, no matter how insistent the politicians and governments honorable accommodation The public response in con

of the statewide total. the more radical conservatives In all countries Is with our allies and our Must Go tributions to the Republican

"ZZZ NUMBER FIVE: Permits local op- may be on the not what politicians are doing adversaries. committee was overwhelming

tion election In seven counties (Fs- The time extension would enable necessity for the individualto or even what governments (cl Now V r. TlmMLONDOVErnest .
sink or swim, survive or are doing, but what THESE QUESTIONS are so : Marple,
Okeechobee
cambia
LaVe Martin the continued issuance of
,
30-year
fundamental that is is obvIous Large sums also were ob-
-
perish, without any attention people and scientists are doing the harried Minister of Trans
Palm Beach, Putnam, and Seminole) road bonds to be paid off from this from his government, localor that the United States has port in the Conservative government tained by fund raising ral-

so that the people can decide whetherthe gasoline tax money It is Inequitablein national. The population of the Unit to approach them with as achieved a certa I in lies, breakfasts luncheons,

county superintendent of public many respects and is opposed by We must have a Social Se- ed States has Increased by much unity as possible. Who measure of notoriety earlier dinners and receptions, with

instruction shall be elected by a popu- the more populous counties which curity system It will, at time over two million since Barry is likely to unify the country this year when car windows admission tickets of varying

lar vote or appointed by the school hold that a more equitable and up-to- goes on, need strengthening Goldwater announced h I Is ? Who has the best chanceof began sporting stickers read- amounts.
Senator Coldwater has offered candidacy for president at reconciling the differences ing "Marples Must Co."
board. Safe enough for a "For" vote date formula is needed to meet Goldwaters between the North and the TilE DEMOCRATS\ accord
us many the beginning of this year. The complaints were aimedat
present day demands Probably a vote since the campaign has begun The population of China In South, between the executiveand his various plans deal I n g ing to the latest Information,

MJMKLR SIV. Applies! only to "Against" Amendment Twelve is The farmers should be this same period has Increased the legislative branch.. with parking meters, one-way will wind up their campaignwith

making the school superintendent in advisable. interested in the original by over 10 million. of the government, between streets, pink zones of restricted a deficit, even though
Goldwater the pre-cam- labor and management, between they have had advantages
"Taylor County appointive, but must traffic and so forth.
which the do not
11 be voted statewide. "For" vote is all AMENDMENT 11I1RTE"S: Sara- palgn Goldwater, TUG SCIENTISTS and engineers the races and the regions Now, with a change of government Republicans
enjoy. Many government employees
On page 43 of "The Conscience !- here and in the rest and between the rich
right. sota's local change in the Homestead of a Conservative' the of the industrial world, have and the poor? Who will bring tinued the game the has con who owe their Jobsto

Exemption Act. It provides that, in senator wrote: greatly increased productionon to the judgment of these Issues a bit although different 'Marplis approachis the Democratic administration

NUMBER SEVEN. Gives Florida Sarasota County, the first $2000 of "What has been lacking (In the land and in the far the best brains of the has gone," proclaimed one have participated directly

Legislature authority to provide a assessed value of tax-exempt homestead the farm problem) Is the pol- torles with fewer workers nation Goldwater or Johnson car sticker spotted In the and Indirectly and of In the the
campaign course
line of succession for public officers property shall be taxable for itical courage It. to do something both places than ever beforeIn Who will bring the largest West End. 'Must Mar p I e aGo AFL CIO has a special or.
about
Doing something the history of the world. possible degree of unity '
in order to insure continuity in the school purposes only and that the about it means and Accordingly, the ,movement within the Free World AllIance asked another, more ganization for political campaigns

event of enemy attack. Would also next 15000 (from JJOOO to $7000) there can be no equivocationhere of people off the land and Into sympathetically One reportedthat t which gave substantial

permit moving of government seat shall be exempt from school taxes. prompt and final the cities has increased even The nation will obviously a newspaper reader had spotted a help to the Democratic

from Tallahassee to a safer location. There Is no change in the S:>000 exemption termination of"the farm subsidy faster than in the rest of the disagree about the answers "Fraser Must Go" sticker two Party this year. I

Sounds reasonable, but let's hope it's for other than school pur- program last decade. but it ought at least to be days after the election. Tom The Republicans point out
needed! Vote "For; poses Those were clear words Johnson and Goldw a ter, able to agree about the right Fraser Is the new Ministerof that they were at a disadvan-
never easily understood. Khrushchev and Mao Tse- questions The personality of Transport tan ,because nf the heavier
BIT ONCE the campaign support given u.1-Democratsin
NUMBER FIGHT. Duties of the Sarasota wants to give this schemea began the Senators courage publicity channels The

Commissioner of Agriculture In matters try and we recommend that voters fled He could not quite deny POTOMAC FEVERBy Republicans claim that a majority

pertaining to public lands and go along by voting 'ror) Amend- his earnest highsounding of the newspapers and

immigration are removed from the ment Thirteen word Conservative"In "The Conscience But others ofa JACk \SILSO.V, Cowles Washington BureauA magazines, as welt as variousTV national
commentators at
did. Mr. William Miller assured St. Louis man reports the theft of a model boat collection worth $1 mil- and local levels, gave an
people that Barry did-- lion. Cops are looking for somebody w ith a very spoiled son and a very large Indequate presentation of the
:Clip and Savc: n't want to hurt the farmers. bathtub. Republican case. This com-

Senator Bill Knowland came pelled the Republicans to buy

all the way from California U hen LIU rode through Loa Angeles, Secret Service ordered office windows' television time, the cost of
H The Sun Recommends to speak at Raleigh, N.'. C., alone his route clooed. The way the stock market' been acting lately he which was approximately 50
October 17, and Senator
: on lay -
didn't want to see any ticker tape. per cent over the 1960 presidential
Goldwater does not believe -
campaign
termination of the
in
farm program"The Its ridiculous of the Democrats to say Barry is against Social Security. If.'. The Republican financial -

,Vote /\GAINS1'inlcluhllcnls 1, 4 and 12. senator has ducked, got the moat socially secure family in Phoenix, Ariz. surplus managers which they state have that accumulated the

retreated, and
dodged reversed -
Is ample to all
himself more than The U.S. and Russia last week opened communications link to exchange pay
committments for the
I ,Vote FOR Amendments 2,3,5,6 7 8 9 any candidate in yean. But weather Information the and-hunid line. 1964 The financial managers year
we may take it that what he declare that the money-rais

really means la what he had Political experts admit they're worried about what the "silent voter" will raining will go on in the year 1963
10 11 13. been saying for yean and do Tuesday. The rest of us are just waiting for Wednesday-and the silent candidate in preparation for future cam.pcigns .
he Into his books-
what put .
and they now feel that
What sort of consciencedoes
the Republican Party has be-
1 I and Save a Goldwater conservative They're having a lot of trouMe over In the Sudan. It seems some of the real- come the party of the peo
Clip = have anyhow dents hate the notion it Is really: ; a convertible. ."



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Biology, Race the Moon" on page 75. In the opinion Johnson's cond u ct County the first $2.000 of the Urges DefeatOf -

long list of good things which seems devious while his opponent assessed valuation of the home

And ElectionEDITOR could be accomplished with sacrifices political expediency shall be taxable for school
Amend
,
t
the 30 billion dollars which purposes only and the exemption -
for If
could be saved no mentionwas honesty. you shall apply to the next
Sun: After read- doubt this, what EDITOR Sun: I hope ,
made of using some of compare 13,000 of assessed valuation I
ing your editorial and also Johnson has done with what have this Amendment Four will be defeated .
this money to alleviate poverty to say: this constitutional I
certain
voiced In
opinions both at the citizen's level he has said. Then ask amendment Is about November 3. The State
these columns relative to the School Fund
and to enable the White yourself: "How much of my the most unfair most Im- amounting to
pros and cons of such litter nearly $17 million and 11
.ITS
moral of legislation I
House to afford enough elec- impression of Goldwater has piece
(ary?) masterpieces as acres of land, was Intended
"None tricity for Mr Johnson to see been molded by what I have ever saw.Urging.
Dare Call etc. and "A only for the support of the
Texan Looks In- the light Neither was there been told he said and how
etc. it Is this type of legislation public schools. There Is a
any mention of what good this much by what I have actually A
deed
difficult to know who before the committee I moral obligation to use it for
and what should be believed.We money might do if applied to heard him say?" heard a legislator from MarIon this purpose.

honestly think that there the establishment and main Being somewhat familiar County say that homestead These are prosperous

Is no real need to resort to tenance of equal, though not with the broadcasting businesswe tax exemption should not be times. Let money be found

either of these works to find necessarily Integrated, pub- are aware of how the abolished entirely; he thought elsewhere to build junior

solid justification for the sup- lic facilities for our colored "news" can be slanted with- it was a good thing but that colleges and universities. I 1

port of Barry Goldwater.We citizens. out obvious editorlalism. It is the exemption should start at The Florida Education Association I

agree with you in part Although we are in obvious the opinion of many includ- $2,000 of the evaluation because opposes this amendment -

that there is much about the disagreement with many of ing a mumber of experienced : there were many !h>s The local chapter: of retired -

Republican point of view on the editorial opinions expressed journalists that never in that were not worth more than teachers regards the

several issues which is diffi- by this paper wj believe the history of our nation has $2,000 and the homes were en- amendment as unfavorable to r

cult to swallow but it becomes that the Sun has been com the "news" been slanted with tirely free from tax Recently the welfare of the public '

less difficult if one pletely impartial in the pre- such insidious impart slanted this legislator was reported by schools I.e., the elementaryand

takes a chaser in the form ofa sentation of vieat variance for the Johnson Administration. the Sun as saying he hoped secondary schools.

good and not superficiallook with its own. \\e therefore And, we concur In that this amendment would pass.It VIRGINIA LEPSPresident.

into the realities of the expect this to be printed with opinion.. In fact we sincerely would set a precedent for .I

blosocial problems which the usual raising of eyebrowsat believe that this campaign more law counties to try the local Retired Teachers Association! Studies Library Needs

have been promoted and aggravated our retreat into anonymity.Our has revealed the first omin- statewide system to accomplish of Alachua County'
abolishment of tax
through ill considered reasons are sufficient unto ous reflections of a press con- exemption, which he advocates Sirs William II. 1'ierson (foreground ) president of the Friend of the Library

hasty and gauche attempts us and we call attention trolled by governmental arm-of In the Sun, now Beware of Guilt I IHy tries to determine the need of the Gainesville I'uhllc Library by first
and t he
greed
the custom of providing twisting
from the Supreme to hand observation. She In shown here homing a group of high school: students!
Court on down to rectify along curtains on voting booths to mass media executives. If It Is most unfair to deny Association : using reference materials for research assignment. Tart of the $1,912 raised

standing and admittedlybad protect this pren ative. Johnson Is elected believe there Ihat is all homestead tax exemptionto 127 Guilt bv the Friend of the Library in a used book MC! recently will he used to add
reason to
racial situation. CIRCUMSPECT every the more reference material to the library collection, (Sun I.I M
the control will become more most needy home owners EDITOR, Sun: That part of photo hv Tommy on. .
May we suggest that all supreme. while providing the full the Antl Communist literature -

who have a genuine interestin Wan Virtue $1,000 exemption to those bet which relies
so heavily
the betterment of race Regardless of the "news"we ter able to pay. Homestead upon the technique of guilt.by. Winner Not Chosen 'Til
walk"to believe that Goldwater Is tax
relations "run-don't Not Brainwash exemption was providedby association Is to be treated
the nearest library and a successful businessman dedIcated the legislature to save the with extreme cautiqn: at least I
,
start reading on page 375 of to preserving the homes of people who could not if not total
EDITOR Sun Our President disdain The bring-
18 issue of strength and liberty of our na pay taxes through
October
the sym Electoral
to
of these United States ing justice of those who College Meets
"Science." tion. His opponent's only success pathy for the less fortunate
of America should be a man would destroy the Republic Is
Professor In is that of a shifty and or for the purpose of maintaining
After reading
of moral excellent one who a matter for the Departmentof -

gle's: remarkably able trea- has the integrity of character Since lucrative Mr. Goldwater political car could: e e re r. better gevernment. Justice. Any departurefrom I By ION DAVIS president liquated system which has out

tise on "Racial Differences and one who aims at the I consider it most Immoralfor this rule either from the lofK Student Journalist lived Its usefulness
turn business he
to
private Mont of the founders felt that
and the Future" we could excellence for this the citizens of other Right from :
highest doesn't need the job Mr coun- or the Left, can Regardless of who gets the
;
only see factual confirmationof the highest office in our land ties in the state to gang up only lead to chaos i the president was to representthe Criticisms have bran mainly
Johnson does
We need Mr. voles on November 3rd, neither:
our endorsement of Gold- If he has these qualifications Goldwater, not Mr. Johnson. and use their constitutional There Is a matter of the nation and serve as a check directed at the 'winner Uke-

water's stand on the civil then I am not going to be too power (the ballot) to give the heart Involved in it, too. The Barry Goldwater or LyndonJohnvm on Congress For this reason, all" feature under which I a

rights Issue, and we considerthis concerned about how we will We haven't mentioned specific majority the privilege of destroying anti Communist literature will be declared the official
election of the chief executiveby candidate with
stand to override In Importance be guided, and I will be quite issues because the only the minority. I understand would be their soup indeed winner of the presidential: a popular vole

certain other of his optimistic about the future real issue appears to be pre that the county referendum without the profound witness election until January IOn the legislative branch was plurality of just one vote can:

policies which we do not es- survival of our Great Country servation of America's herb has already been held, of such converts as Whlttaker deemed unwise have all the stale's elector a I
that the U,S
tage of Jeffersonlan Democracy so if vote for this bill day, Senate
pouse.It you you Chambers and Bella Dodd.It The solution the electoral ( votes. This makes possible the
the was
counts! electoral votes that
would appear that although But if the American people : supported by a citizenry know that you are voting Is worth remembering election of a candidate who lout

some of our so-called prefer to have someone to with the "guts" to face against the poor man. that Paul of Tarsus was oncea have been forwarded from the college Presidential lectors In popular vote count, but won

public thinking has emanated lead us who uses socialistic any challenge. It seems doubt This proposed constitutional Pharisee The Lord stands I fifty states. I for' each stale' equal to the the necessary electoral votes.

from the mouths of a few techniques, such ai brainwashing ful that the patriots from the amendment got through the ever ready to forgive and embrace The! electors by 1 law, must'number of that state's senators One proposal made frequenty .

primarily vole seeking politicians thought control and man who fired "the shot heard legislature only because It was the truly repentant sinners gather In their slates on December -'I choom the president and if a calls for the election of the

the most harm has power politics, which\ in my round the world" at Concordto a local I bill, where the nppon Are we therefore mightier 14 to cast: their votes, I candidate filled to get a maorlty I president by direct I popular
observation epitomized General McAuhffe who told
resulted from the public pronouncements are eels had to risk retaliation of than God? and In most stales those votes the matter would be if tl vnt*. This meant limply taking
In the Democratic the Nazis "Nuts" at Bastognewere
present
of such Intel other members when they To the "liberals"1 Please do will be cast In accordance with tied:l by the House! of Representatives vote on November 3, and officially l-
then I will be motivated desire for I
Party, quite by a
lectually honest but misguided pessimistic about the future personal security Rather It wanted local legislation pass not rejoice too much In this the results of the popular vole I with each state' delegation determining' the winner

persons as Johnson, Hum- ed. The same proposals on a little admonition u pon "the on November 3. having one vole i that time
survival of this Great Coun- appears that these and count-
phrey, Javits, Keating Nel- statewide basis never got I
Right think
less heroes any that you mustagree 1711 The or A system l his
Martin Lu- anonymous foughtfor The candidate who gets tendency mini tUtii proportional
son Rockefeller try.Aristotle, "The E t h Ics Individual liberty- liberty consideration with me that the "liberaI" out of the total lift elector' to chooM their lectori on the, been proponed Under it, a candidate
Most of these
ther King etc. who believes In his heart
Quote "Virtue Is rightly to pursue and legitimately When first Introduced this voles cast, la the new presi l. basis of popular vote had nol: getting lay 81 per rent
are probably as poorly quali- defined as a mean and yet profit by one's individual talents measure did not provide for a that all men are fools In need dent. been considered) by the found, of a stale's popular vote would

fied as biologists as we are moo far as it suns at the and the constitutional county referendum. Thai of redemption by legislation era But the trend grew until gel 51 per cent of Its electoral

In the field of law. It Is highest excellence, it is an liberty to choose one's own amendment was adopted be- ; even at the point of the Actually the electoral college today electors' names i Idom vote.
doubtful that these men have Sword Is still a Pharisee, He has been a thorny problem ever
extreme. profession associates, r e 1- fore the first vote was taken, grace the ballot. Instead the
the biological especially the Virtue, defined by Webster: igloo and governmental rep- on condition that the proposal la equally dangerous to the since Its Inclusion In the constitution presidential candidates names A third plan would lllol elrc-!

genetic training to appreciate Quote "Moral practice or resentatives.On be referred to the people of proper maintenance of The In 1719. At that time I are used to Indicate voter preference !loral voles to equally populated

the full Import of Professor action conformity to a stand- Sarasota County for approval Republic one nation under some of the founding fathers of districts within a slate, based

InRle's document. ard of right (as divine law November 3rd, we will before it would be placed on God, Indivisible, with liberty a raw new nation felt that the on that tlatt's number of Hous*

"Such men are dangerous," or the highest good) moral have at least one more the ballot for the general elec- and justice for all. Inhabitants! wrl'll't all up to the To many the electoral col-I members, plus two more at-

for they are molders of pub- excellence, Integrity of char- chance to protect those free- tion. This took a three-fourth A. D, SANDERSC I, rMponslbillty of choosing_alike leg* has appeared to be an an- large
___ __
doms. We have a choice: 0 _...
lic opinion, but their public acter, uprightness of conduct. majority the Senate. It fail '
and the choice is clear On ,
utterances reveal plainly Give me the virtue of Senator ed to pass, but Senator Hen-

that they have given if any Barry Goldwater be it choose the Democratic a man who side has we amassed may- derson, who voted against the THE OBSERVER Ity Rn sell Baker "'

thing, only superficial consid- sprinkled with the human errors fortune measure, then asked for a reconsideration I
a
eration to the biosocial prob- inherent in man, but a personal servant and as who of the vote by I

lems which they In their don't give me Johnson be it public which It failed to pass By the
have done with
well Intentioned but misguided drenched in splendor wit h seems to so use of various motions and'

zeal for Instant racial brainwashing, thought control the grossest cynicism for his rules the bill was barely Corn From a Superjet

equality are only aggravating. and his power poliitc tech constituents: -hu cynicism steed exemplified ed by a three-fifths vote
by high paSS-I
Even King himself finally niques. the Texas stead of the three fourths
agreed to a moratorium un- Not from the Heart not forays through of the Senate which they

til after elections because the from the Stomach but froma countryside who would Any responsibleleader knowinglybreak ed out with as required forpassige

of m which won German, French English to be voted on at a -- -- -
kind peace the apeH law would be to be president.In dote, he summed his own true It Is became
the Nobel prize was causing American Individual. special election. Senator Hen Nrto Hark Stair. up not h* hal
him much strife and was MRS. C. L. LIPPOLDT likely to break anything else derson this tune voted for the By RUSSELL BAKER his effort to establish a I view of the Republican opposition not given them the chtnc No
too that stood In the way of his measure. personal communion with ever)y I by declaring, "Any Jackaiacan ,
too much backklash WASHINGTON The strange president In modern limes has
engendering personal goals. And remember -
Individual within earshot, hi! kkk a barn down. It lakes
in St. Augustine and Harry Will that should Johnson be This amendment Is for thing about Lyndon' Johnson'spresidential Is its nits the old-shoe techniques. s carpenter' to build one." offered himself to completely to

elsewhere.Too elected his cynicism will be school purposes. The purport campaign His crowds are "you folks,"', He carries sn amplifier in his the crowdt caresses nor talk-

much misguided thinking Guard Liherty tyrannical zeal for the ultra of schools Is to Improve the opportunities ; early l>th century styling I and a constant refrain Is, "I 1. limousine, and at Intersections ed so Intimately to them

as you will probably say left. On the I Republican side and the security of It exploits all the latest 20th I want you folks to know." where the crowdllire big he orders flu compulsion: to
this is comes from certain have if will check the children.: Under the century gadgetry, but its spirit 'press the
EDITOR Sun: On November we you provisions I hi* motorcades slopped, flesh "
he It
as I is the despair
puts ,
ordinary citizens, some expressing the facts an honest and of this amendment derives from Andrew Jackson' A consummate showman hi kit the hordes
the late John F. against
8 1960 press
of the
secret
themselves in this Kennedy was elected Presi- compassionate businessman many children: would lose the who dispelled the early grandeur I' lakes them Into the White House him retching for his hand then h* cannot resist It.service And but
motivated and In of their homes. If ed- of the presidency and opened council rooms and reconstruct I when
column who are by dent and the ton of friends of who stands speaks a security climbs on the car trunk and the crowd
an apparently sincere but father straight forward manner for ucation cannot provide security the White House to the the 1M1 thermonuclear confrmvtauon tells them "th nation needs" are responsive, he
born. The
ours was will burst forth he
callow idealism which shouldbe thereafter the principles of rugged I In. it Is of \little value. Then folks. I between Kennedy awl Nl, whichever local Democrat happens as did atone
quipped"I've
shortly : lilt week
In
tempered with realism A gained a son and lost divldualism which have lead why sacrifice the security of "Come on down to the speakIn' -, kita S. Khrushchev l In a vrnacular : to be riding with him. tit happiness-Hop ("What, a a wonder-paean

word of warning to these an election;" and we have our nation to greatness, the children to pay for more ," Is the call that comeifrom I narrative that makeithe No speikln Is complete without ful land It would be U all '(>r our
know Those who worsh'p' a father education? The children are the presidential bullhornIn hair stand on end
In your hearts you may been< Johnson Is right but if you We have children: too and Image and desire to sacrifice going to school now. This mo- the custom built bubbletop The crowds are Invariably. the thumb and a retelling of I you are,'")

read and understand Professor while our IOns and daughterseem their personal liberty ney Is for higher salaries for I armor plated limousine lent at this point mesmerized I how Kennedy and Khnnhihevitoud I
of : re- the teachers doubt. folks hear when by the Imagery and the Presi It may be that h* It not really .
Ingle's article and if you to be growing into fine for the promise secur ty no And what the I "eyeball to eyeball" unlllKhruitvhev
Andy Jackson In
intellectually honest gardless of tne cost will l they come Is nut a new tangled dent's big thumb crrepisg: the a tuperjet.
also children our nation decided to take his
are : great appears According: to LeRoy Collins'statement but after his
campaign It will
choose Johnson! But those ghost tailored Image- atrk-slly up "toward sn Invisible'
may not be able to escape to be faltering along missiles back to Russia' wrapped > be
you the conviction that in the road to the "WelfareState" who believe In the Constitution when governor this builder, but an honest Ifrgned- nuclear button. And then up In a tarpaulin Invariably a long dm before the political

heads have discovered as conceived and writ- measure would make a I 11. fleas, Itth century ipeakin' tnat he asks them 'which man'i pronounced "tarpoleon" i sclenllnu cm again/ re.far
you the .
your the original patriots old- lo until they ar thumb want to be clone k ID presidency is a lonely
is ten by homeowners ineligible for is liable go on you
that Goldwater right We would like to protect ourchildren' It Is fnhkxi to that the and
say misery keep
those who feel a debt of after all. Thinking should be opportunity to stand age assistance. Having no Income crowds don'tI"\ ," him. If fares
who have want to resell and that ,
.
to Americans for mercy. pick up .
"
done with the head Instead of o* their own merits and guide they would !lone their --
made the supreme sacrifice/ In Pittsburgh the other night, receiver: on that hot line when
their own destinies; ai Invt- homes.
the heart anyway.It for the concepts of that constitution ,the crowd laughed when the! they say, 'Moncow I If calling'."
atoned America's
for the founding
by
is of now such too carefully late reasoned fathers. ; and. those who want Maurice Hindus In a book President told them he was "not ThoM who>> have torn to pre I Today In History I

impact articles as the one by It Is in the hope of rekindling to retain reasonable controlof he wrote on the Russian Revolution going to take over an hour or fer the aloof presidency of the

that vision that we write their own family's destiny and reconstruction of so" to speak, but sit hour later mid 20th century complain' -
have
Professor Ingle to the any this letter. will vote for Goldwater! Russia under communism he was still talking that the style Is "cwny," much By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: 'wright and critic Cenrg Bernard
effect cur
appreciable but on it is imperative If you plan to vote for Barry If you still disagree, that's mentions that he was asked If There has been nothing quite is the admirers of the Adams Today It Monday, Nov 2. the Shaw died.

rent elections the attention of Goldwater, we agree But, if your right until November such a revolution would ever like It In recent memory For family complained. about Jackson I 307th day of 1M4 There Ire M
that take place In the United President Kennedy, 20 minutes Having the street crowds In IMI. President Harry S.
be directed to you favor Johnson we are op- 3rd. And. until that date westill days left In tilt yar
all legislators If win States. His answer was to the was a long speech President into the White )Masse fur cheese Truman was elected) tQ |tie) first!
posed. so, we hope
effort to you have the right to express
this article in an remember the words of Voltaire effect that so lung at the Unit- Eisenhower war a 30 0 minute The PmloVsl resents such Today' highlight In hlitary: full term.

glow down and eventually halt "I disapprove of what our honest opinion. Thank you ed Slain has a large middle : speed reader and President 1:crtuciwn but when he Is at his I On this dst In ISM, Ih* nth I
bloodshed, hate and violence for consideration 0 fume of the short Ten years ago-In the biggest
class favored best
the you say, but I wHI d len.) to your people owning (their Truman punchy on the stump he cannot re- ilK, South Dakota and the
that was largely. trig- the death your right to sayIt. and I hope that by 1KI.we own homes and living comfortable style But l loquacity alone I rant !taut the compulsion to lark to Axle stale North Dakota were turnout of voters In in off.year

gered by the i ill considered ." may suit enjoy) sunl I a r It could not happen. This the essential differww This audiences In the **'y com admitted to the Union. election, Democrat) woo con.
action of the Supreme Court amendment could brine about The trend in this century ks ityle with Texas vernacular. :
trot of the Senate
Court How long is the legislative This campaign has produced privileges. a wholesale !loss of homes and been to l Mate and glorify the, When the crowd Is rtnpnn- On this dat by a Marlin

branch! of the government many accusa'tort The JOANNE M. CLAYTON eventually bring this country presidency, Id tall it a "'splendid IIiY., he tries to establish even of one seat
J In
1711. George Washington
to tit idly by and to the same condition Out to maintain H chaser .
going Johnson supporters with "fa- es- mliery' ( contact with them by delivered Us farewell address I Five year ig.-Th'Ua.ted:'
to condone this and hated in other eountrus that aloof and mysterious to the giving them small hems of fam-
continue clam Should DeCeatHomestead IK at Hill Nation sold! new homes had
therly" condescendence. l to Army Rocky near
of 1U prop- adopted communism to five Johmon's campaign llJYlflllJp.
manes
usurpations ,
other t.la been found within! Ih* pant .
N. ar
:: legislative\ funcUonTIf their opponent is "lick"impulsive security to the people. Most ',has changed all this i la Los Angeles before a big prmcetnn. :for half of the y

: any should find in Professor trigger-happy and Bill people win choose security All week long, from Boston to|kunch hour crowd at city hall I 1101, t lilt Pin American Exposition M In Europe.refugees living

; Ingle's article Insufficient bigoted. The Gildwater supporters the sacrifice of liberty, ki Los Angeles, from Wichita to he dismissed fen. Barry Gold- ended to Buffalo N. Y. camp

justification for the en- bluntly charge that EDITOR Sun: Concerning preference lo liberty without Milwaukee he has pit the presidency water's campaign by citing reasons In Jr.'. ngular radio broad I One year tjo-Army "1.,: In

dorsement of Goldwater let Constitutional Amendment N.. security.I on display at street corner for the electoral to be casing was started by Station South Viet Nam said PieixlentNgo

him go back to the January their opponent Is a "crook" U on the ballot proposing an urge you to defeat this *, urged the crowds to come happy and asked 'why do we Dmh Diem and Ms.Brother,

Issue of the 'Rladm' Dt.et an opportunist, a hypocrite, amendment to Article X, Section amendment In the intern of and touch h and tried to make want to go around being grouchy -! Ngo Blots Nhn, previously rt

and read A Job for and a leftist Bar. T of Honda Constitution; letter government his audiences not merely understand '" :ported tuictdcs. bad been assassinated.

Congress: Stop the Rc to Suffice tt to uy that, to our providing that l H Sarasota NELL FOSTER ROGCR2 but also to feel what k is And to a long personal sneer S la 1M9. Irish novelist, play .

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Allwdlal) 21% GulfOU 59'
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Alcoa em Honw 128-.

AmAir! 47V4 IntMck 82"

AmBrlc SOl. InlPap 37*.i
AmCan 44%' Jone.s&l TOiAroCyan

65*. KaisAl 30'i
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AmMot 16 Ken'cott 92.

AT&T 68'!/ Ufi&M. 88"i

AmTob 35% Loch'd, 37"'.

AmpxCp 17 Lorillard 44%

Anaconda 56H Mag'vox 3.T4.J National 1 Election Service l rehearsal last week at Miami Keach
it Armour 53'i MM&M 60'.,. _

t Babcock 36'4 Mohasco 15'.

BethSU 303k Mons'to 81'i Sunshine I Seconds Count in FloridaElectronic
Boeing 61"i MontWd 42:%
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Borden 68'. NatDair 8t'i
Brunswk V/t N.AmAv 50 Pkwv. Death I I

CaterTr 37"4 Penney 64'4! r Vole Tabulation
Celanese W". PRR 42"i I

Chrysler 58 4 PhilMur: 78'4> 'l'olll\louuts

CocaCola 130 PhilPet 52% the Florida results reports onto forms of the sam
MIAMI lAPi' The Nations'Election part III poll.
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ComEd 5B'i! frca 32'.1 I By TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS I be covered are the races for color.
.service, designed tu to .
Con Edls 9.1 RepS 47 A I Thirty five messengers wii
segment of the Sunshine
ContCan 53% Revlon 39 1 State Parkway, where fatalities I bring,you national and statewide President, Governor, U.S.remain Sen- run precinct results across the
The
t ta t DowChe 765k ReyTob 41'i, have been mounting, claimed I election results faster than ever ate and Congress. room to the computors. Thenwill
-. duPont 275'% StRcgP 32".1 der of the ballot will be covered
the cumulativ
two lives and ;before via television spew out
more Sunday contributed your newspaper
EAL 39'. Seaboard 55'4 individually by the participants. vote total in each of the fuu
to Florida' toll of 17 I
or radio, makes its debut
E.Kodak 1
13W Sears 123
in weekend accidents. As soon as the last vote has ,races every two minutes.
.. in Florida and throughout the
Firestone 42'i! Sinclair 53
UF
Gather
the
at The bodies of an elderly couple been cast in his precinct, ; for counties still
FlaPw MI, Socony 86', I country Tuesday night. Except usn
Idl'ntifled.I will telephone
FlaPIL! 80',4 SouthnC 6i'. not Immediately Jaycee reporter I hand ballots, the Florida result
OUT lOll( Certified I'uhliec'counlantl'l throughout Florida convened at the Ford 58% Sperryli 14% were found In a car bearing This innovation In election the Miami Beach collection center -!Iin the four races NES is cove

I'ni{rllity of Florida to attend the lith: Annual Graduate Accounting Confer FrmstDa 124 StBrand 77% Broward County tags. The car I news coverage, called National I I Each Jaycee has been supplied ing should be complete about 11,

nice, last weekend. Shown discussing the program are (Right to Left) University FreptSul 43% StONJ 89'i was found upside down in a Election Service, Is a pool combining a printed script card that II minutes after the polls clos.
I'reaident J. Wayne Reitz, Dr. William II. Jones, I'roTciwor of (.'hemivIrj' FruehTr canal near the MacArthur Inter tells him exactly what to say inplacing ,' 16
32 Studebak 6% I the facilities of the three 'Smith t said. The large coin
Emory University and featured speaker! at the Conference, and Robert K.Stonvrork change. the call.
,( CenDyn 38'. Swift 53"iOenEI major broadcasting network, I lies with precinct- precUt
CI'A, Orlando, president of the Florida Institute of Clob.The Conference The deaths raised to 20 the '
87% Texaco B6'4 ABC. NBC and CBS and the The will "Na-iconverage should be cleaned "
operations say
wan sponsored by the Florida Inslllule, I'', of F. College of Business GenFds Thlokol number of fatalities resulting ;
j 82'1. 14% two wire services soonor.I .
major news i even
Administration, and of Ht'talpha I'M!, national accounting fratirnity. collect
t'pnilim Chapter > OenMlll.s: 44% UCarb 1264 from accidents since 1957 on a The! Associated Press and UnitePress I' '
t: ( UF J photo>> ) Goodrich 61:% UnilAirc 59 20-mile stretch of the pike from International. 10 cents of conversation with the I I Smith a retired Air For.

': Ooodyr 45'4 UrFrult 18'i! Pompano Bench to the Golden distance I public Information officer, wa
Greyhnd 2t', USSieel 58 Glades Interchange near Miami. It was created after the highly{long operator assigned to manage the Florida
,
Levy IIDC STOCK 1 LAS lIES Twelve of these deaths have occurred l competitive networks and news I I To narrow the possibility of er-I NES setup because of his expel

I :MARKET In the last four months.In agencies spent vast amounts of'':ror, all printed forms have been' fence in the West Coast pr
Car Ii
Keport other weekend deaths, a 4- I money and manpower compel!I -coded, The Jaycees will merles and the National Co,

To Sponsor NEW YORK (APt -- Motors I Oils, building materials and I Truck Stolen | year-old child wandered back ln-M ing to cover the state primaries(give their county and the colorof 1 ventions this year. He has bee

{showed some strength In a electronics were mostly higher. to his burning home, a 20II I Faster than anyone else. their forms, and the operat:I In Florida since July, preparim'

Legal Panel mixed pre-election stock market '(Rails, utilities,, airlines, drugs+I A car and I pickup truck 'month-old boy darted Into the I "We're rut working in minutes -,ion will transcribe the precinctDaring ,for this one night's work.
early this afternoon. Trading and rubbers were mixed. were reported stolen this weekend path of a car, and a baby carriage "
: I car'1'I II or seconds any more, according -
In Alachua demolished
County. was by a
BKONSONA legal panel 1 I was moderately active The Associated press average James C. Powell, 238-B: FlaY. I that didn't stop. j IeI to Alva Smith, Florida '

11 MT hold a question and an,I Changes In most key stocks I of 60 stock at noon was off et III, told Police Sunday night Fire claimed the life of 4-year- '!VES manager. "We're trying to I ; Gem 1ieF11Vets .
from fraction around I "
awes Cession In the coivtronmoCthe 'la were to .3 at 3297 with industrials off his car was taken from the old Eugent Flax, of Ocala, whol!!ihave time Into microseconds. I

Levy County Courthouse: point. rails off .2 and utilities off parking lot on 6th St. north of;had been rescued from his burning NES headquarters will be In .

under- the sponsorship of the I After early business, General\\,9. University Avenue, while I 1 his home by a neighbor but ;hew' York, where the five parIclpants -

Levy County Home Demon lra.tllil1 and Motors held advanced Its gain.a Ford full point and The Dow Jones industrial average wife worked at Winn Dixie wandered back into the house t. will receive national 3 SuspectsMIAMI
Council Nov, 10.
on there was found suffocated In his md
Chrysler gained fractions, at noon was off ,71 at land state returns via open-line -
Intended primarily to Inform, i iI 872 37, He said the keys wire left in!bed ,,t tHIS lephone circuits from the va-
Brokers expected little In the, (API Two of three three stayed as well as Kuhn
I it
residents action be the A loaded
on to t taken Several key stocks in tha averages Ignition. revolver lous state headquarters.
way of a sharp news In advance musclemen charged in one of Miami motorboat anu
when death dimes'to the famIly ex-dividend was In the dash compartment, penthouse
of the presidential election. were selling ( : l'rogranl Florida NES headquarters the most astonishing Jewel thefts
the panel will answer ques- thus dampening the figure Powell reported. 36-foot two masted sailboat. Ni
tlonN'as to what must be done The major securities and Prices Philip Tate Rt. 4. Box: 259K' Set Toniht I ,fill be In the 60-by-lOO foot Cypress of the century were scheduled jewels were found.
commodity future exchanges on the American Stuck I Room of the Miami Beach for a hearing today-without the
ami who to contact for help \reported Sunday noon his %-ton I
will\ he closed Tuesday. Exchange were generally higher -
invention Hall. It will be filled valued at
Although formally
when death occurs. pickup truck was taken. gems
in moderate' Gainesville School I l's
Aerospace Issues were I'Ut.billhel" trailing High !
Dr, C C Mosley, Florida' tie on balance following Corporate bond were mixed. Byron M. Winn Jr. reported I second "Back to -, School"I vlth md electronic gear newsmen I Handsome Allen Kuhn, 26yeal'lold $300,000, experts Mid the stones
Iaphors operators were priceless. The most
Agricultural Extension [two bicycles stolen from the easily
Service the attack on the U.S. bomber U.S. government bomb renewedtheir > night of thia school year will be i salvage diner, and surfer I
economist! will JJP modera' Primrose Inn, 214 W, University -) lit I Volunteer members Uack recognizable 'were the Star of
besets" South Viet Nam. advance, tonight starting p.m. of the Junior Roland Murphy, 27, were
tor and scheduled for the panel Ave. Saturday. The program will Include visitations Chamber of Commerce will iin! Dade County (Miami) jail un-I India, a sapphire the size of a
are'Ernest Stephens, clerk) ''' -' Three girls Saturday reported I! for parents with teachers .I over major races in every pre-;der $50,000 bond on federal war golf ball, and the 100 carat blood

of-the/ circuit court; Doris Rog I t their purses stolen from ai'' In school periods 4, 5 and c inct in the 16 largest counties rants charging Interstate trans- red DeLong ruby, said to be the

ers Chlefland realtor; L.V.. locked car at the University of,i I which. have 88 per cent of Flori t portal ion of stolen jewels. :finest in the world.

Rutland, Willislon insurance Florida campus. They are Car Parents are requested to d a's registered voters. Other I Clark was arrested in Nov

agent; (L C Perdue, Bro -I I'I ule Elmore 3805 NW 16th Blvd.. I have the class schedule of their J aycees will be stationed in the I II The 22 priceless jewels stolen 1 York about 40 hours after th>
Gloria Land. 1831 NW 13th St., children when the from New York City's Museum
Son attorney and L W, Drum- I they come to courthouses In the remaining 51 theft. Kuhn and Murphy wer
mond. Chleflnnd banker and Diane MrDonnugh Y u I e e I meeting. The program!: starts In c aunties.At of Natural History early last picked up at Kuhn's $278 >

Mrs. Patricia Feller said the Hall, UFo ,I ihe school auditorium. Friday were still missing. i iI month apartment with two won
state NES
7.30 p.m. meeting Is open to I I tl! operators headquarters will take, tlilephone I In New York police said en Saturday morning. Pol""

all residents of Levy County! Costume Winners Given I II recinct results from Jaycees aswn beach boy Roger Clark 29. ad-I said the jewels disappeared

throughout the area.l'hY I as the backs of the voting; milled acting as the lookout but!,between.
said he did not know where the I
'machines are opened. Precinct;I "Every fence in town Is lau-
SliulrntMSludy For Halloween Carnival eports will be converted jewels were. Clark named Kuhn'' "
I I ; quicki -I ing at this one, said a Miar
I ITo II by electronic tabulators Into, and Murphy as the ringleaders,I detective. "They can't belie'

How sy? y Little Kim Miller I I was'ey Most frightening costume: r:figures; from the various counies police said. i I anybody would heist that su

(Drive Car oJKyw rt judged to have the most beau. pre school, Rubin Kendell;\t and into figures for the Clark was held on 112,000:,And they won't go near it will- ,
tiful costume pre-school grades (1.3, Dana Goree 4th s tate. "
among : : bond on charges of burglary. iI j jpossession 10-foot pole.
"" .7 age children who competed In grade Albie Turner. ,
up of burglary tools,
The complexities of driving an] These will be sped electronic. Police speculate that only
the Recreation
annual City Department Most original costume
: of
automobile In 1964 have been preschool a illy to newspapers and brond-I possession marijuana cigar
I collector content
Halloween Carnival at Karen Letchw 0 r t h ; ettes and carrying an unlicensed ,private
throughly Investigated at P. K. \c asting stations served by the and
: have the Delong ruby
city park Saturday night. grades I 3 Kyle Dewey; 4th- f fi ive revolver.
Yonge High School by ninth Mrs. Joyce Williams, Dwight up, Glenda Ebersote. Costume news organizations taking Worried that federal I Star of India to himself, woven
graders who have just finished Hunter and John Neller were most typical of Halloween: pre. charges buy the Jewels
against Kuhn and Murphy might
classroom Education. Instruction Students master In Driver d the judges. Mayor Howard T. school, Dimes McDaniel; grades I H&K AU1'est not stick without the jewels "Other than that, the omitting '
the 1 3 The Martin
McKinney presented prizesto Boys; 4th
New York do is cut them
police rushed can
.r war you
the Information to
required pass L wf winners. grade & Lynn Gerrett
'Jr 'r up Joe Martin. 43. Pensacola. rants to Miami said "Whon you
'their written drivers test and f 7 charging both a gem expert.
i I Other first place winners Best decorated booth was
prepared arrested
(earned how to take care ofcar I 'vas by Gainesville po- men with burglary. This would do that, you're cutting then
I and categories: by the Young Mothers;II ice at 11:10: a.m. Saturday ini I allow the pair held for extradi.tion. ,value to just about nothing
II [ -
fupts about automobile iniurance booth'
beautiful costumes 1.3 Most
Most
: League. popular
It f house ,
at 309 slip.you've
I SE 4th St., and comparatively. And if you
and first aid. I I s I
Marlene Samorlsklx operated by the
grades, ; war Boys'Hub.
leld 1
for
IJ I hand-
The felationahip between good I t t + 1 4th grade Carolyn Delan- Investigation of breakng police and FBI agents combedthe I got nothing but a
f Citizenship ill general and good;, _. .!:, up I; and entering. ( New York Hotel, where the ful of glass." __

driver citizenship were stressed

by P.K. teachers who Instructedthe : t ; ut

course. Mrs. Lattice Davis,
Mrs. Elizabeth Crockett and 1'" JJK

Bill Paths, teachers, pointed I ... f WILL YOUR VOTE COUNT ? ?
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dot that such well Informedend >

safety to conscious be an important drivers, Foys For Christinasi
We
may prove Hope So But. .
HEATING SYSTEM
(factor Jn future highway safety
AU the students complete d i Santa's helpers reullyuluntl'r" from various

(lore than the 30 hours of ctossfnoin \ civic orRanUation unloaded toys collected In the CHECKED FOR WINTER 1. The State Cabinet refused to spend a paltry $8000 for inspectors to assure
Instruction required b y
the stale before a teen alter i renovate the toys and distribute them to needy children AU YOU PERFECTLY SATISFIED thot your :

(nay receive a restricted It- at Christmas time. !Shown above art lloy Scout heating system it giving you the very belt 2. The Goldwater Committee. of Alochua County Could not obtain a current

tense at age 14. Behind the Russell Minim and M.F. DaIn (on truck), lire. I). It. service at the very least cost? reg.strotiort. list, of el.g.ble. voters! Furthermore were netted, of votIng

)Heel Instruction for the 77 students Shanklin K, \. Sliniak mid Roy McCann. (Son photo How long hot is been since you've checked machine inspections only hour before the scheduled time, and not
will begin In December. l II" Tommy l.e\\ l I...) in writing os the state statutes specify.
Have you ever compared the cost of Philgat

with electricity 0' other fuels? 3. Without voten' ,
o
re .trcfon lust GOLDWA.TER
Why net yourself en these and other of ratifying the qual.f, ,cotioni!: of the more than 6000 supporters new voters hove registered no way

VOTE TUES. questions today In the past few months. This, lead to possible "tombstone" voting._vote*

Call-376-5392 :.sTs : T: cast r Pub In to the an flame honest of ele4hon.former residents and other abuses of' tQ' pybl c's

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of-
DONT VOTE AND THE CHOICEIS WHILE THE WEATHER ,

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+. DO IT NOW! We hove appointed over 100 volunteer unpaid Poll Watcher to try to protect -

I ELECT HAYDONBURNS your rights. If you observe any ,r'egulo"tes, of the poll. OSX these
Republ;: can appointed worker for assistance.And .
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/ Circles j I 0 OffiEfl f nnn THE f fflfflhlY I L Y Calendar Footes Honored_



TUESDAY November J, ,1833 NW 14th Avenue and Mrs I
.1
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First>:45 Baptist Church /'John E. Hudson: Circle 4. Mrs.i iliE. Ruth Weimer; _Women: Editor' ____ __ Of EventsronY ; '
a.m., Barbara Donaldso R Woodward 601 NW dII i, With Reception : .
Circle
McCaul Chapel; Gen u i i Street: Circle 5, Mrs. H. J. Wil

-renshaw, Mrs L. W. Traxler, shire 2718 SW 3rd Place and 1 November I

2603 SW 4th Place: Jean Tick II Mrs. H. E. Allen Circle (. Cason-Sawyer Nuptials Read To honor their dean Dr Perry Richard
nan and Helen Masters Mrs. ernatitwal Women's Club, Hammer. Mrs W M.
Mrs. !
Raymond acklock, 709
I A. Foole and Mrs
Fred 1 ;111I.. University Women's Foote,,tauter Mrs. Corwin Mokler.
Scholfield Alachua
Ceo|SW 27th
: Street and Mrs. H. P
cU Solemnized '. West New'berry Road. whose marriage was a recent Mrs Russell Phares and Mrs.
Moore Mrs. S. A I Saturday
Hussey Saunders: Circle 7 Mrs. Nat evening .
event, members of the Inlversily Francis
Sr. 202 NW 20th Terrace; Ishnae .'Robertson, 1201 NW 34th Terrace at the First Baptist Church was \lnha, Chi Omega Alumnae of Florida College of Pharmacy Ray.

< ) Negrin Mrs. Holt How. and Mrs J. B Watkins: the marriage of Miss Helen *'" latlon. 8 p m.. Mrs Dan- faculty and their wives The refreshment table overlaid .

srd, 1126 NW Hth Avenue Florine Sawyer and James H. B. Wilder, 7015 NW 20thhippa with a colored
3 cream cut.
p.m.: Circle. Church Parlors r' gave a receptionesterday afternoon
3 p.m.. Alice Brasington Circle : Cason. Dr. Fred T. Laughon hI' [work tablecloth, held
Miss Elizabeth McN e ill!, at the University Worn iQr
Mrs H. A Lee, 1501 NW will be welcomed. was officiating clergyman. Mrs Alpha Theta Alum. ens Club. Mrs. Foote Is the'rangement: of white rose.-** d
*"it' club 8 Mrs C
18th Street Tommy Ruth Waldo was organ p.m. Lee chrysanthemums In a cryJla I
7:30: : Circle 12, Mrs. Marie *:. former Mrs. Robert Lee Bow
7:45 p.m., Margaret Cross p.m. ist.The ;ert, 211J NW 3rd Place. man JrInvited bowl and white candles In crystal
Parrish and
Mrs. Don
Circle Mrs 0. M. Nelson 217[Church Parlors Allen, bride is the daughter: of \i\iliary to Alachua Count guests. In addition to I candelabra at one ttA A
\E 6th Avenue ; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Russell Medical Society 7 to 8 30 the immediate families of the garland of white chrysanthemums

8 p.m., Jo Ann Parham Circle .II:' 8 p.m.. Circle 10 Mrs Vernon Campbell of Clearwater and the pm J. Hillig Miller Health honored guests were membersof I and ivv surrounded the

Mrs. Christy D. Dale 1133J W. Clark, 1771 SW 35th Ave. bridegroom is the son of Mr Garter Auditorium, B a b y- the University of Florida Administrative base of the punch bowl. _.

SW 9th Road; Gaventa, Mrs. (Idylwild) Circle 11Irs.. Mar- and Mrs. Milton L Cason of their
G. Duer ) Mrs. Ray, Mrs Lautcr :Mrs.:
Fred Scholfield, Alachua, J u. Street.garet 1427 NW 13th Sebring. amcsvlllo Toastmasters, 7 wves. Johnson and Mrs Carrett.:,

ilan Bridges, Mrs. Fred Schol First Luthorn Church Given In marriage: by her pm Park Lane Cafeteria Receiving with Dr and punch _rved
field, Alachua stepfather, the bride rest Books D I scus lon
wore
a Foote were the /heads of Irs'l
first Methodist Church WSCS I Ladies 8pm Guild, First Lutheran Church gown of dulcet taffeta designedwith <,f!!up. 8 pm., Gainesville partments! and their wives, Other floral arrangemnnSJ-ln
t-
930 a.m.. Circle 4. Mrs. W. ing, at the church quarterly Sarah me.Circle a portrait neckline and Public: Library and Mrs L. G. Gramlmg! Drard the reception rooms IndflHcd

r. Chappell. Mrs. Rowland I hostess. chapel train. Her veil of illusion final Israel Sistcrh o o d. MM Hbrrt: Voss and Dr red roses in a crystal bnwHw

Medlcr Bethany Room Gethsemane Lutheran Church Fell from a cluster of dulcet taffeta Board Meeting, 8 p.m., [duo and Mrs. Charles Pecker the piano and yellow rowa-and:

10 aim, Circle 1, Mrs J. E.' Gethsemane 1 Lutheran rosebuds and she carrieda raton:' CenterWomen Faculty wives on the planning white roses on the table

Brogdon, 324 NW 30th Street; 8pm bouquet of white chrysanthemums t .'\ of the Moose, 8 committee were Mrs. Gramllng, DeioraUons were arranjiSfiy
.
Church Women Mrs. Barbara
:circle: 2. Mrs Clifford Mchol centered with a white rh airman: Mrs. Voss, Mrs. Mrs. Garrett and Mrs IrE:
117 NW 21st Terrace. J1 m !Moose Lodge.
ion 3515 NW 3rd Street; Cir Hipp- orchid on a white Bible rk5' \ Becker, Mrs Carl Johnson and Mri Foote was presented
Westside Church iinesvlll Club I
:le 3. Mrs. Ray Graves 2615; Baptist Miss Frances Campbell of k r ..tMrs. Bridge: 'Mrs C S. Hamt Mrs. Richard with a corsage: of plnk0.ckQ -re.s.
Barbara naldson 30 ..
9 30 Recreation Cen
a m. p.m., .
W 5th Place: Circle 5. Mrs.B. Mrs. Dan P. Clearwater, sister of the bride Hampton and Mrs. Warren MaCennell j .sea"
Circle Kelly tel
F. Bevill. 810 SW 1st Ave- 3530 SW 24th Avenue William was maid of honor, and Mrs were in charge of re-
nue: Circle 6, Mrs. George ; Rodney R. Nettles of Gainesville 'reshmenls.

Putnam, 1761 SW 35th Avenue: :Carr Circle Mrs. Sherman was matron of honor Lutheran Also assisting were Mrs. Osnr .. .
2619 NW Fourth Avenue
Circle 7, Mrs Eugene Mil-,'Sharp, Araujn, Dr Lauretta tot. tt.Lttld
8 Genera Faw Circle, Brldesmatrons
burn, 4741 NW 8th Avenue. p.m., were Mrs. Mrs. Edward Garrett Mri
Ed Davis 3844 SW First Donald R. Guild ListsMeeting
Mrs Nine of Clearwater
C.
3 p.m.. Circle 8. Mrs. C. tlitc .t t tby
and
\vemie Mrs.
Walter
Harshman of
Montgomery, 902 NW 20th Ter-
race: Circle 9, Mrs. Fred Cone, 1 Wesley Community Method I lit :Se bring.

521 Boulevard; Circle 10. Mrs. I Church All of the I
attendants wore .... '
w. C. '.11" Smith
li'tro i 1 itheran Church Ladies'Guild
7:30 Wesley Community PEAKGoes
W L. Copelan 1207 NE 6th : p.m. I lime green dresses, matching
<:Church WSCS Executive Meet will meet Tuesday at 8
Street; Circle 11, Mrs. Lee| I accessories and carried bouquets -
Montague, 1106 NE 5th Street. I ing, 8 p.m., General Meeting << of white chrysanthemum. 'I p.m. at i the parish hall for the FACTS ABOUT

7:30 p m., Circle 12. Mrs Church James H. Caso irtorlv: meeting of all of the the Pump WASH AND
trinity Methodist 1 birch WSCS Franklin S. Bunch Jr. of Jacksonville IU uild ircles. WEAK
215 NE 3
Norma Chesnut, r
Street. dl'l 9.30 a m., Faith Circle at I served as best man. Following the ceremony, a reception an orchid corsage for her traveling For the devotional part of the this FALL

I Circle 13 Mrs. Rich I I the:: church: Friendship Circle 1 1frs. Ushers[ were Buddy Patton of I was given at the lower ensemble ./e ogram! the Lutheran Hornis I tuppoH by now. after vwj
pm. '.\ L. C. huitcrt, 2812 SW (Orlando: ; Walter Harshman of,'hurch auditorium. After a wedding trip to Daytona Prayer Service entitled tril, yi.n nf Ihi music' of wuh
2254 NW llth
and Sanders Jr. "
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First Avenue.WEDNESDAY. ,!fcbrmg and Terry Eures of The bride chow a royal blue Beach, the couple will reside :Mission to Private Worlds." and ".0', molt poop,. wdiltlfknow
Avenue. i1 mil. and[ 620 Boulevard. IMI that If you mlly want to
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!Sebring matching accessories rs Herbert Tcppol as Chrisan ,- .
look will groormd cent itIt ,
Women ol the First Frtsbyterl I' November 4 you
I Itlj Growth Chairman of the Wash It and thin come "
in Church I First Presbyterian Church i league, will be in charge of this (without any D.llnO, ) Ys5ti'n
11.45 a.m.: Circle 1, Mrs. W 8 pm., Circle 9. Mrs. J. UnusualGround Fall DishA service look fine for working/ imund lh.

M. Alexander, 2014 NW W.I Tones, 1424 NW 9th Avenu K'j Supper Those taking part will be The reed or aom'lhlnolk.I th,r. Blllr

Road Mrs. Albert G. Love Jr.;,!>t. Michaels Episcopal Rev Robert Besalski, Mri er not to M do go'Important la church builnm, or vli"fing. .

:Circle: 2. Mrs Edwin H. Had 8 pm.. Women of St beef Is the basil Clayton llustad. Mrs Werner

ock, 1021 NE 4th Street; Clr'll j ids Episcopal Church monthly! I for number: of savor tauter Mrs. Walter krienke, A very few surmise. ulual ll}
le 3, Mrs. Cecil N. S m I !meeting, at the church. a dishes from j Mrs Luther Arnold, !Mrs Fred ef thi lupnmily casual itrUtJ,
and economic can be washed and worn Bit
I meat loaf to beef gOUlaSh. Hanscn !Mrs Henry Schroder, .... //ataney| ef m callid bites

Perhaps the most prosaic of Mrs. Adolph Rumirei and Mrs Clolhit |th, tulti sod d.....'

[ By Josephine Lowman all ground: beef dishes are rell George Muck Kaifmann will bet Mrs.soloist Oar. 299 hove th. ta fine, prncitud wrlnkltt to and rid th thaI 'rrcf ,\

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balls
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or make them small -they re they are not proud imoorh:
Why Grow. still meat balls. cast organistThe Pumps were never more

Now here s a recipe that ;, tTAaaNR offering( will go toward in demand See why end W. luggiit you send ynirpitiir
the clothit in for cl.1IQ'
district LWMI I.
.. turns meat balls into an unusual Major J choose this peak-vamp AND P'.h'no. And lit ut dit.,.
fall supper dish. A say Project) Fund providing scholar version in ton or block mint whither. they should gila

mixture of ground beef, ships for young! men and women crushed split, leather upper bit ef IllhO.
ory
Old? t apt '1 crumbled saltines, and marmalade I studying to he full time with, smart stacked '
Thin you II Ink and
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aroundtiny workers in the Uith r a n cowboy .heel ,
Is shaped soon. mat at a plot num PIAIm4
cubes of pasteurized, procesa church, Missouri Synod. John y.u'II nil will.dritud mil
Krienke, as a rninUterlnl itu USt CENTRAL CHUGII1EIID Ml., no marts whirl. you goer
Create An ImpressionAs cheese spread. The meat
dent at Concordia Seminary, what' you do
balls are browned and servo T
Springfield, III. was a recipient
ed with a sour creamtarragon CALL OR SRIN' < THEM TO
Walk Too out of these ich tar
You Away sauce.
What a surprise! As you ship S & S CLEANERS
Serving is hostesses for Die
By JOSEPHINE LOV7MAV piece of foam rubber In the eat the meat balls you discover I social, hour will be members of SHOE STORE Oilliry ir CilK ... Cirry
for the center is warm,
glove compartment use on
Psychologically it Is always suede shoes before leaving the melted cheese .the Sarah Circle youth Mri ) SOl IW lid St. Ph IT2 4IM
Edwin Hill ( .
:setter to look forward toward car for the party. Chairman L .
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:he future rather than back CHEESE HIDE WAYS ..
ward toward the past. Ills better 4. If you have a short neck >. pound ground round

to do that physically too, oryou have the collars or necklines beef P

might break your nfck. lowered In the back if they \4 pound ground pork

However there Is one time,meet your hairline for the same 2 tablespoons light brown I I

(when standing still) when it is'reason given above a hairline sugar packed (reserve 1 4 f.

most profitable to look back. {which Is too low. tablespoon for sauce)

2 tablespoons marmalade
We sometimes forget that we I Rear Wrinkles 2 tablespoons finely chopped

have a rear view, that others : 5. Watch for wrinkles from onion MHtory ground meat mixture U shaped' around "

see us trim the back as wellS 'sitting Press dresses and skirts 2 tablespoons choppedparsley cubes of cheee to make surprise' meat ball,
from the front. In fact they
I
often and smooth them out a
jre apt to be more critical of Into the center of a generous of cheese in a double broil.
before 1 teaspoon powdered
bit sitting
wr back view became conversation mustard tablespoon of meat mix. I er over medium heat. Grad
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and facial animation distract (. See how your waistline lit teaspoon ground savory hire Form Into a ball. Repeat ually blend in sour cream

them. Aynway no one is looks from the back If your a salt with remainder I of Add reserved tablespoon sugar -

going to stare at us and look:belt is too wide or pushed down 'it 4 teaspoon teaspoon ground black cheese and meat and tarragon Pour mix.

us up and down when we earl too far or too tight any padsof :I Heat butter In a large skillet lure over meat balls Cover

see them. Actually I think that I fat on the upper hips just be- 1 Premium Saltine Cook meat balls slowly Heat through, but do not boil

many women never think of how low the belt will bulge out In Crackers cup crumbs (approx until well browned' for S minutes Makes 6 to 8

they look to those behind them. an unattractive way. Narrow 25 crackers finely rolled) Meanwhile melt remainder servings. I
!Here are some things to check. belts are slimming, especially 2 eggs, slightly beaten --
if their color Is the same as the
If still wear stockingswith lit pound Velvetta Pasteur
1
you rest of the outfit Belts which
check them. These ized Process Cheese
seams dip a bit at the back are grace-
ire slimming to the legs. However ful and slimming I Spread GOLDWATERTONIGHT
2 butter or margarine
if they are crooked they tablespoons
can make you appear bowlegged If you would like to have
my leaflet 'Clothes to Fit I pint commercial sour cream
!I' Your Figure and Personality' I. teaspoon tarragon leavesIn

Imighlly Hairs tend a stamped, self'addressed large bowl combine first

2. Be sure to take an Interest envelope with your re- II Ingredients Add eggs Mil CHANNEL 4, 9:30 P.M.
hair looks from quest for leaflet 14 to Josephine lightly with two forks until
In the way your
the back. Look out for wispy I Lawmia In care of blended Cut half of cheese I CHANNELS 2 AND 12, 10:30: P.M.

strands or a hairline which The Gainesville !SanTree Into 24 cubes j'j'I '. Cud ... 1, 6oHw. to f>,.. Comm MY
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they may not be from the front !1t K0J"l ,

So are scuffed heels Driving a PRICE!
this latter 20 N.W. lath A.. ra .2"t We the
car often causes " Keep i little brush or a smill The s.ce I I ""' .".y'.. The most Important I If "..*in "
No other heating 7stem can ''
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Adriana B. Lee, Hawthorne; aka ofIe4, s e I I d wBM.
; Thelma Fry, Waldo. I Life Saving Mannequin r choking and other forms of as-

I SEE; by DISCHARGED phyxiation as well as drowning
Available for Teaching I victims and the procedure i
Bonnie E. Samuel
I Murray should be known by everyone,
Ray Harvey, Logan Daniels, Sue "Resuscl Anne" will itar In I Ilion department will have an I Including young children.The .

the SUN Mae Cooper, Equell B James tonight's Baby-Sitters' Safety[additional mannequin to u. Medical Auxiliary has pro.
I William R. Brown, Neda.Mae''
Training Course. and will be present to a a sl a cured ResuscI-Anne for use by
I Johnson, George Haygood, Lucy;I! !with the instruction. el all in the community. Information .
Saturday, 100 NW 17th St. The life size mannequin was
POLICE FIRE REPORT Ann Keene and baby boy, V. T. on how an Interested or-
Accident Roundup J. L. Reynolds, 445 NW 27th Barber, Carolyn McKinney, San.I purchased by the Medical Auxiliary -I The safety committee.empha-,ganization may arrange a demonstration
Ave., and Michael Edward Voll-\ !sized that this Is a life saving)
These accident were reported ner, 3656 SW Archer Rd., at dra Harley, Mannie E. Hiers: with the assistance of)measure used on victims of I can be had from Mrs.

to Gainesville Police Depart- 4:50: p.m. Saturday, SW 13th St. Mary Hoyt June Bloomingdaleand !Alachua County Medical Society 1-- _ George....Singleton. -----I
ment and the Alachua County & 9th Rd.Hubert daughter, Geneva M. Love, for the actual practice of mouth-i *
Shcrlff'i Office during the past Earlene Crews and son, Betty 4
Coleman Mizell, Jack
to mouth -resuscitation. "Resus-
48 hours: sonville, and Mer r ell Watkins and baby girl, PaulineE. GOLDWATER
Jimmy Stone, Ronald J. Cason, Angela el-Anne" will "breath" only If
Aaron Harry Falk, 1216 SW Gurr, Jacksonville, 4:40: p.m.
2nd Ave., and Donald F. Roth-Saturday, W. Univ. A v ee. and L. Haviland, John H. the correct procedure is being
well, 3622 NW 7th Ave., at 5:24: 20th Dr. Smith, Julia Mae Jones and followed. It enables those wish- ;
p.m. Sunday 1500 W. University daughter, Freddie Mae Green ing to know how to administerthis TONIGHTCHANNEL
DWI Annie J. Lee, Wm. P. Ridge-
Ave.Claude way, James L: Brown, Cynthia life saving measure to HOUS
AMPLE
Bryant, Ocala, and Jacksonville
Jimmy Merrell G u rr, Savage and baby boy, Martha know if they can properly giveit
Larry Gene Douglas, Rt. 1 Box arrested by Gainesville Carol 4,9:30 P.M.
Speer Hasourl
and
82, High Springs, at 5:30: p.m. police at 4:40: p.m. Saturday alter baby before an actual need occurs.
1
P.M.
boy, Lena Hudson, Sally Dun- CHANNELS 2 AND 12, 10:30
Walter University
Sunday SW 13th St. and ArcherRd. Welsch, of the
accident at W. University nan, Robert Crosby, Vera Mae i'si1 I.. by Gods' '., .,. c........
t Ave. and 20th Dr. I Kyle. of Florida physical educa-i rr I
Earl Freeny, High I Springs, Robert Lee Burton, 20, Rt. 1 r
Oscar Charlie Brooks, Oxford, Box 117, cited for DWI, drunk ;
and Samuel Gray, Ocala (three and disorderly, resisting arrest
vehicles), at 4:53: p.m. Sunday, and wilful.wanton reckless driving
2200 NW 13th St. Freeny treat- after chase by Gainesville gainesville
ed and released at A1 a c h u a police from 1200 NW 5th Ave.
Gen 'al Hospital. Brooks arrested to 312 NW 23rd St about 10
for failure to yield rightof p.m. Saturday. i
way causing major accident Elsa Edward Gray 57, 201 y PUBLIX
Willie Card, Rt. 1 Box 110A, SW 27th St., arrested 12.55 a.m. ,,. e I MIt: to y RKEi
and Alex Preston Hunter, 2503 Sunday by Gainesville police at d'wS M U6fEtG.+teq. WT 61WMf fC .uu I +.w
NE: 11th St., 030: p.m. Sunday 2500 NW 6th St. r IN1..w11h0.1 +.N
N. Waldo Rd. and 23rd Blvd I Milton Leigh McCurry Jr., 21,'
Flossie Cowart and Alex Hunter of 711 NE 5th Terr., arrestedat
treated and released at Alachua
6:10: p.m. Saturday by
General Hospital. Card arrested Gainesville police at 400 NW
for careless driving caus- 18th StQum
ing major accident. Ervin, 49, Box 631 Alachua
Arthur James Smith, 1105 SE arrested by Sheriff's Kjhoppin enter
19th St., rolled over at 5:26: p.m. deputies at J10: pm. Sunday on
Sunday' 1500 SE Waldo Rd. State Road 25. g
Elsa Shackford, Spring Hill Fire Calls
treated and released at AGO At 12.03 a.m. today, flooded
Imogene Clark, 302 NW 34th heater but no fire, 213 NW 13th i
St., and Harriet Bartel Peter-
son, Clearwater, 3:58 p.m. Sun St.At 5:42: p.m. Sunday, power NORTH MAIN STREET AT 10th AVENUE
day, 500 NW 13th St. lines reported down at 717 NW
Charles R. Hines, 1002 W. 10th St
Univ. Ave., parked, and unknown At 5:59: a.m. Sunday, melting
hit-andrun driver, late wax caused odor at 1216 SW
report, 2:50: p.m. Sunday. 2nd Ave. r
Eldon Jessen, 161S NW 4th
Ave, and Patrick S. Bryan, 310 GENERAL HOSPITALNov.
NE 13th Ave., 1:15: p.m. Sun .30. 1964
day, SW 13th St. and 5th Ave. BIRTHS I
cited for failure to 4I D
Bryan yield Mr and Mrs. Ronald G. Fulton
I
right of way. 2002 NE: 15th Terr., a girl;
Don J. Boutz, 1113 SW 1st
Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Hill, Rt.
Ave., and Clara Pennington ,
2, Box 79, Alachua Fla? a girl;
Ermg. 2120 NW 3rd Pl., at 9:10: Thomas!
,Mr. and Mrs William
a,rn. Sunday W. Univ. Ave. and
602 SE 21st St., a boy; Mr. and
17th St. Boutz cited for runningred CELEBRATION
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Mrs. Percy C. Marshall, 429
light causing accident. 1411? Terr., a girl; Mr. and Mrs.
Thelma B. McEachln, Box
W. Kelley, 221 S. Flavet
326, Archer, and Donald I L Jerry '
III, girl Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
a ;
Patrick, Jacksonville\ lam.
2837 Village,I
ert C. Sifrlt, Corry
Sunday, SW 13th St. and 8th
a girl!; Mr. and Mrs. Abraham

Ave.Harry C. Smellcy, 519 NW cCray, 1819 NE 3rd Ave., a PLUS
HUNDREDS OF MONEY SAVING BUYS
10th Ave., and Jehu Hljjlnboth- boy. .
am, Lake City, 7:54; a m. Sun ADMITTED
day, SW 13th St. and 8th Ave.
Hijglnbotham cited for Mary R. Fulton; 'Joan J
car e-
less driving. White, Marguletta D. Thomas,
Catherine L. Bowman, 1422 Joanna P. Marshall, Patricia K. "
NW 16ih PI, and Waller 0 Ford, Walter N. Farts, Peace D. PRIZES
Weyrauch, 1010 NW 36th Ave., McCray, Thelma D. Wood, 1200
6.59 p.m. Saturday, 400 NW 13th Elizabeth V, Ross, Mayme H.i
St. Angle, Loring L. Goode, Janice L
Milton I* McCurry Jr., 711 Moore, all of Gainesville; Dorothy I
NE 5th Terr., and Fred Gonso Mae Weston, Alachua; c
Jr., IS NW 17th St., 5:54: p.m. William C Drummond, Trenton; .
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H Farmers' Market in ExpandingBy Role S/arfce Man Dies I




Sun SAM Staff MCGARVEY Writer I doubtedly is higher than last I Sweet corn, at one time, wan In Aulo Mishap!
season's. king" at this market, but with
STARKE while strawberries Year-Round Operation "I know of a number of plant the advent pf worm-free produc
are the big attraction, a ers who have increased their tion at areas south of here, it STARKE A 71yearold Chevrolet sedan The trooper
plan is underway now to put Is acreage this year" he said, has fallen off badly. Bradford County man lost his\said the car skidded sideways,
the Starke State Farmers Being Worked Out 'and there are others who are Now, Cronkhite is working on life at 4 20 p.m. yesterday when then hit a culvert and turned

Market on a year around basisof resuming berry production for production of pole beans as an the car he was driving skiddedout I over, crushing the driver, who
operation. the first time in years." ideal crop of the area. He main- of control on US.Jo1lnd: rolled had been thrown from the vehicle

Market Manager Phil Cron- The Lawtey Starke area tains it will do well In this section i over on him. ,. .
khite said his plans include the market until they is find before out what the I(I the market is strawberries, years ago was the principal berry and foresees a big future The man, James Britt Bond,(I Trooper Fowler estimated
promotion of blackberry production their bringing t in which last season grossed bet producing section In the for itHe was taken to Bradford County'damage at 14V
in this area, to fill in pecans. I ter than $540,000 over the auc state, but it lost that title to I is working on blackberry Hospital, along with a companion He was assisted In his investigation
one gap in the market's schedule In the next few months, the tion block. Plant City. However within the;production here, as a crop to Ann Farmer 41, of Slarke / hv FLIP Sgl B H
and of pole beans and oth- market will handle "greens The season begins at the past few years this section here follow the strawberry deal He The latter was treated and Speara Trooper 1I... Jones and
er vegetables to bolster the mustard, turnips, collards -'market about the middle of Feb- has regained Importance and says a trip to a blackberry production y-w transferred to the Medical Center the Bradford Sheriff's Depart.
spring offerings. as the principal crop. A good ruary, or thereabouts, depending promises to regain the title. center near Sorrento Is d In Gainesville. I ment.

Currently the market is the volume of the crop Is raised In on the weather and lasts Use of plastic mulching on planned as soon as strawberry HIP Trooper L. N Fowler

only one in this section whichIs this section, where it flourishes for about six weeks.It the crop, which ellmlna I lei growers get the present crop said the accident occurred on heart'gibe
auctioning pecans. The first except In times of a hard follows the period I when much of the hoeing, has stimulated -under control. the south lane of:8301.: 4 4 f
sale of the season was held I fr'!cze. berries are In production at the I growth of the berry Industry Cronkhite reports that a meeting ,miles north of here, at I point Tot l Fails
last Thursday and others will The crop is economical to Plant City area and for a here, as labor has always will be held this I coming !whore the highway Is substandard
be held on succeeding Thursdays plant and there is often the I short time the Starke area Is'' been one of the limiting'I week with the Bradford County rtWNMIITE: FORT WASHINGTON, Pa.APiWaggy .
chance of hitting a good mar the producing area ofII I n ter factors Farm Bureau to set obscrv-
as long as the demand up I lie said Bund apparently was ( the dog with an
last ket, when greens bring $3 a berries for the entire country In the spring, the market ante of Farm-City Week later 'Year during thai meeting and traveling about 50 miles per artificial heart valve, Is dead.
At the opening tale I last I dozen bunches, and getting a I 1 While there Is no accur ate I moves into spring vegetables, this month, +I II' hat the Chamhe nf Commerce hour In a heavy ram when on The body of the two-year-old
Thursday, the small total of 5.. fine return on the Investment. count of acreage planted this ouch as cucumbers squash,' He said the Farm Bureau will ,will select a nominee for a citizenship entering the bumpy section of('mongrel was found Sunday by
I'
90S pounds of nuts were sold,, But the top moneymaker at'season, Cronkhite says it un-I green beans Fordnooks [nominate a Farm Family of titll); soars 'the highway, ho hit big pools of I Iti owner, Adair Rogers, In a

as compared to a total of 44,. Iwater and lost control nf.his 1157 i wooded area behind his home.
065 pounds on opening day last Haivthonie Notes I I --- -- I Rogers! an engineer and re-

year Vole search associate at the l'nlver
Cronkhite attributed the small I Symbol city of Pennsylvania, had de
volume to drought t By LOTTA WADSWORTH the heart valve
s spring ins from St. Petersburg visited SEATTLE Wash fAr! sinned
which seriously cur tailed a, Mrs. Maggie Waits has gone here last week with Mr and I 'Walk to the pulls," the Rev, He believed that If the dog!
"set" of pecans and to dam. to St. Petersburg Miami to Mrs. Frank Allaben. The ladiesare Peter S. Ralhle advised his had lived a year the valve
age in September by hurricane! visit relatives for several l : sisters. +parishioners at the University I[might have boon lined In opera.

winds weeks. Friends are glad to have Mrs. Unitarian Church Sunday. I lions on humans Waggy! under
Prices were good, however,, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allaben Emma Martin and Mr. G E. .went an operation for Implanla-
He said the right to cast a
with Curtis bringing from 28 tc' and children from Jackson I |Ii( valve 19.
I(.0 Hara home from the Alarhua I II .ballot In a free nation should be lion nf the May
424 cents a pound, and other ville, spent the weekend here General Hospital in Gainesville 'marked by I symbol with meaning Rogers surmised his pet died
varieties bringing proportionately with Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Alla ,of naturalclusrs.
of auto (trans.
and
the wise
,
for the ben. !
good prices Average
I Mrs. Hester Boninskl from has given special
market, Cronkhite, said, wa s I Mrs. Henroid, from Ash"'ille, \ pnrtatlon
Jacksonville
visited here with foot.
on
moaning pilgrimages!
274 cents a pound. N. C., and St Augustine visited YOUR
Mrs.
Fred Cole
on Tuesday "We need occasional symbolic
He looks for a far bigger vol- her son George Huggins and
I' Mrs. Cole returned home In remind ui that certain
ume of pecans at the next auc. family last week I curs NEAREST
with her for have vaster meanIngs -
tion sale. "A number of th several days stay. small acts
growers," he said, "hold bad several. Miss Deane Lawton, from St. he said LIQUOR
last week with friends. I Petersburg and a student at)
I Mrs. Connie Early Mrs. Lot. Florida State University I i STORE
ta Wadsworth Mrs. J. D. Kuy-.came home with Miss Bonnie I VARNESGAS
NOW kendall and Mrs. F. W. Cole I Baker for the weekend. BETWEEN
'visited Mrs. Rrby Waits in I( Mrs. Connie Early, Mrs. Ella I i SERVICE GAINESVILLEand
GOING Gainesville Sunday afternoon Gay, Mrs. Lntta Wadsworth,
I Mrs. P. A. Whitehead attended Mrs. Roxie Bristowe and Mrs. 224 N. T.mpU A,.,
the 80th anniversary celebration Frances Stephens attended II Stark., Flo. STARKE
ON! of The Ebenezer Lutheran meeting of the Alachua County i I
Extension TEN YEARS \N
Church in Pierson Sunday Home Makers Council ,J CompUt Line 01
Her newpew Rev. William in Micanopy last Friday. 411.a THE SAME
The annual G. A. I
Housepar-
PRE Eubanks is the pastor. APPLIANCESRANGES LOCATION
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Miss Ella Wait has returned ty was held it the First Bap -. ,

CHRISTMASDISCOUNT from a several days'visit in tint Church in Gainesville last STALLING'SWEEKLY
Gainesville with her sister Mrs. weekend. Attending from Hawthorne REFRIGERATORS!
were Shellie Pitmon, Make Way For Pecans SPECIAL
Bertha Barton. Another sister WATER HEATERS
Mrs. Bessie Meadors from Florence Myra White, Sandra Brownarid
SALE! WALL HEATERS
S. C came with her fora Marie Guthrie. Chaperoneswere 1 i The Starke State Farmer Market In a busy place as pecans are weighed in ANTIQUEBourbon
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Enjoy y "Flo-'!da
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I grew up as a great Craves Says
football team when It beat sMoadoy

Auburn Coach Ray Graves Florida NowGreat'

istute philosopher once said never to look a gift horseIn fY said of Saturday's 14-0 victory. '

the mouth. That well could apply to Florida'i 14-0 football Graves Team
conceded the effort
victory over Auburn last Saturday. I against Auburn wasn't Florida'sbest

Rare are the Saturday afternoons that an Auburn football of the season but added ankle Injury after running the

team of Coach Ralph Jordan loses to anyone it limits to five "There ball only twice.
bound be
are to some
first downs and 104 yards of total! offense. This time, the All but Harper definitely will
valleys.
Gators' football meat of victory was quite rare. 1F 410 r be ready to play against Georgia

I remember another Auburn content almost on the came or- J Florida got (wo touchdowns in Graves said, and Harper may

der That was back In 19M. Florida won 20.0. The Gators' the first 19 minutes and kept make it.

offensive Imagination consisted of hitting a home run pans I I j command of the game Jim Bernhardt letterman line

I blocking a punt and springing quarterback Jimmy Dunn lose "We expect to see pretty much backer who missed three November 2, 19054i I

on a twisting long run for the three touchdowns. the same defense! from Georgianext games played a little against ,

Before In between and after Auburn paraded from goal Saturday, since their new Auburn and also is expected to a

line to goal line but couldn't core, coach Vince Dooley came from be ready for Georgia.

I Auburn We told our quarter. "We could be in our best physical -

Makes It Go backs not to do certain things condition since the opening|i

Dupree I after we got a good lead." fame," Graves said. I Lincoln Out

If there b anything to be learned from the Gators' victory Few 'Passes Kirk Sparkles

I'd say its this Without Larry Dupree Florida's running Craves noted that end Charles returnlog

game evaporates. from the Injured list do ai
t Casey was open six or seven
Granted the Gators pulled Into a shell and played close to times. But the quarterbacks well as Dick Kirk did against

the vest after getting their 11 points; still, Dupree's absence weren't throwing much. Auburn. the EliteLake

made It that much easier for Auburn's defense to operate "Remember seven sophomores Early last w ek Kirk had elbow Of

I can't think of a better way to show Dupree's worth than were playing 90 cent and ankle injuries. As late

this. The previous week against Alahama, with Dupree In of the time on the offensive per as Wednesday It was doubtful,
the Florida the then No. 1 defensive team In and Cross town for
lineup ripped This unit" the Coach said. Butler Starke | Friday night a bout

Was Defense Backs Alan Poe and Jack c01l..M.. AIIOa1's City rolled on, but Lincoln fell I with Gainesville to high Ilg h :
wit ,.. ., wit $. Se from the ranks of the undefeated this weekend's action.
Harper linebacker Roger Petee Alabama 6 0 0 .JOIO: 7 0 I 171 37LSU
Jator; end Lynn Matthews overwhelms Auburn and end Gary Thomas didn't 2051 20 515 n 2tGoo'ol. In this past weekend's prep Starke and Santa Fe bothare
31' JO.I 101 15 77
quarterback Joe Campbell in Saturday's 1 too Florida play at all. Larry Dupree, cap LORi04 II' 54 00 11'131 57K.1luck5 football action. at home with important t

victory to dive a graphic example of the tenacious tain and all-Southeastern Con II'550 II.1344)555601.15a551. 541151 145Au00rS Lake, Butler mangled Mayo, conference foes. The Tornadoes

UF defense that was the primary factor in the victory ference back the past two "I 25 31 351 51 00MIs 48 14, to run its record to a play host to a good Fernandina
It III 4555 2. I 122 100Ml.
(Sun photo). __ __ years, was sidelined with an ,..", 10t 551 011177. ffV11d sparkling 7.0 for the only unblemished Beach team, while the Rebels
.
blll' J 1 1 JI I' I a "
record in the !
entertain
[ Tu'.n 0 I .11.711.52111 I IClimtor area. Macclenny.
_.- ) turn town I 10 CMhnMN But Starke crushed strong In other top games, P. K

FOR BOWL GAMESEveryone's I I standings. Live Oak 28 3, and Cross City Yonge travels to Tallahassee

|'if he would play. cruised by Keystone for a battle with strong Flor

the nation for IS first downs and clone to 260 yards of total But this 186-pound corner back 46 0, to keep their Helghts'l da High, and Lnicoln plays at

offense Last Saturday with Dupree Idled virtually nothing. Courting ND known to his teammates by the umns empty. Tallahassee Lincoln.

Dupree's presence forces the opposition Into a worried state nickname "Super Midget", Intercepted Starke now has a mark of 5- AHA ITANOINOfCltit

demanding concentration on the Gator team captain with a two passes and threwa 0.1. while Cross City is 6-0-1 AA Ichtoll" W L TPflGllnttVllll

man-to-man type defense thereby weakening the overall defensive key block on Allen Trammell's Lincoln dropped a heart ,, 310 <(!
...
plan in another direction. As Irish 51-yard punt return. An 84-yard breaking 14 -12 decision to Tallahassee ** CI A Icnitlttill 501 I '"

Florida's passing game also gets a boost when Dupree Is Keep RollingBy touchdown run with Kirk's first FAMU In its home- Ltk.Class lull, .i. .*! C SclMtll. (II-700 mm) i 1056

in there. The reg-dogglng is less all-out when there Is the interception/ gave Florida its I coming contest. The Terriers C1.CIy toi I nStnll

danger of the quick-opener or trap play. DICK COUCH and Notre Dame each have won current leader at 2-0 after trim- second- touchdown early and were on the visitors' one foot ft- 610 410 15MArlaH U:
Associated Press line when' the final sounded. 'WllllitonChlKlUnd' j I I i IN
gun
Sports Writer
six straight. ming Washington State 24-7. I made an easy game out of what 110 S'
Scratch the Pretzel Bowl I shaped as a tough one. Their record now stands at (-1. P, K, Yongt III 1 III
Versatility ImpressesOf people The Boilermakers knocked off Oregon was the only top ten 7105115 110 I7/
from a long list of bird-dogs defending champion Illinois 26- representative to stumble but'I Lynn Matthews set the pat- League Leaders Nsw.lry 101 '"4Ky5115S 4/
500010' 0 7 I ,110I
course, the Gators are at their offensive best when the courting Notre Dame's bowl-shy 14, matching Ohio State's 4-0 Nebraska Texas and Louisiana/ tern for the defense-dominated Lake Butler is leading the 11,v,5/a, .I (....,ItIC.WlT

No. 1 backfield Is intact. The presence of halfback Jack college football powerhouse conference record. Michigan State, Nos. 5, 6 and 9, had close game when he blasted Into Au- Northern Division of the Suwannee .", 0 hsHawlhdrn5 Iii
defenses for the and count just about hvrn's backfield and interceptA ...._ , 0'.
Harper tends to spread opposing even more everyone 3-1, stayed in the running with calls. Conference with a 4 0 COd., Ky ', 320 100MNro
UF running game. The presence of halfback Alan Poe gives else in.The 35-0 runaway over Northwestern. The Cornhuskers a pltchout on the Tigers'second mark, Starke Is on top of the .. 110 "

the Gators another capable pass receiver, an item that takes Pretzel Bowl Is history, The Nov 21 meeting of for candidates offensive play. This, Florida Star with Z 0. 1, and Taylor 500Ma.' '' cws.nMSe0rln ,0.0''o:

much pressure of lonesome end Charles Casey Of late Casey Albright having twisted Moravian Ohio State and Michigan could Bowl a return beat trip to the Orange with pass interferences In the Cross City leads the Suwan- ( ...K DI..o'W' l" 1"

ll surrounded by more people than a presidential candidate 400 Saturday In the 14th decide the race.StanCord' Missouri 90 after end zone, set the stage for nee's Southern Division at 301. l.k. lulls 00 0 ,..
Six Into the season, whit I life belt about the 1961 being blanked for three periods. Steve Spurrier's five -yard Jas,1, .. II 0 bM ..
garnet renewal at Reading, Pa but 10-1 upset of Ernie Gainesville got back in the ,.0 720 ,
sev
Gator team Is Its versatility. Whether It need be by land the big doings aren't too far off enth-ranked Koy's second period touchdown run seven minutes win column last weekend with IrinlorilOrMflvllll 220 .'7.
other the Caters to know Oregonon Braden touchdown gave Texas a 70 after the opening kickoff I 3 9Jtnnlngi
air or the guy's mistakes seem ,
Unbeaten Notre Dame has become Beck's last i 19 14 win over a good Orlando 010 337
what to do and when to do II. minute field verdict over lightly regarded Matthews went on to play (slums. Dlylsl15)W' '
the for
top target a postseason goaland Boone club to even its LTP"'
The fact that Coach Ray Graves has had to play lots and commitment despite the Washington's 14-13 Southern Methodist and kept the what Graves called his best season record at 3 3. Cron ClIy '" .. 307 I IIWin"l0
be vital In decision over Southern California once.beaten Longhorns' South- game. """, III ,'JJlIortO
will
lots of due Is item that
people to injuries an long-standing no.bowl policy at P.K. Yonge also evened its 60511on' 171 ".114C51llaI ,
minute put the other Rose Bowl spot west Conference title hopes I 120 JJI
the upcoming games. Every an inexperienced sophomore "
South Bend. mark at 3. 3. 1 with a 13 (0''7,5111 116 710NHrry
for grabs. Six Pacific Athletic "" """'
makes the talent barrell bit for up alive. Fourth-ranked Arkansas "
plays just a deeper Hiilcliiiison .. 'II ,11III
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The win
rags to-rlches Irish run over St. Pete Admiral Far
the coaches to dip into when the need arises Conference teams have a the league leader, drubbed Tex / NM5,0051,. LTPdLInc01A '
W
ner-up to Ohio State In last ragut in a homecoming battle
shot with Oregon State the '
,
as AiM 17-0 The SWC providesthe 610' I!
I
week's Associated Press poll, I -- -,,---- Said Serious Santa Fe and North Mar Ion II.,.,... CtnftrtfKlStnti ,
Cotton Bowl host.
The Quotes shipwrecked Navy 40-0 Saturday pushed their records to 6-1 with PiFtrnimllni, .. W III LIPS I 11II

while the Buckeyes barely held I McElwain's LSU Rallies BRADENTON Fla. (API) Important conference victories 'occl..y *.KH 511 511 1 ..US..

Graves, In his post.game press confab Saturday night had off Iowa 2119 LSU came from behind to nip Former Cincinnati baseball The Rebels nipped Fernandina P, K, Yon.. I I 056

this to say: As a result, Coach Ara Par- :02 Series Mississippi 11-10 in a Southeastern manager Fred Hutchinson, Beach. 7- 0, and the Colts :Onngi Cov Pirn. Sorlngl 111 III IMPtarlM WOrttn

"The General would have been proud of me today." (A seghlan's explosive team, led by I Tops JuniorsKaren Conference thriller. The suffering from, cancer, re- trimmed ChUfland, 21 7. Itir CmdrtnctW. l' Pellltrkl

reference to the late Gen Robert Neyland, Tennessee coach passer John Huarte passcatcher Tigers, 5-0-1 pulled it out In the mained in serious condition Williston thrashed Newberry, III KPtltlkl :

who pioneered the way to win via defense alone), Jack Snow and a bruising I McElwain led closing minutes On Doug Mor.eau' today 28 I 8, to move its record to a I I.. dry III 111 tit'X
the
"Don't worry about Bobby (Lyle), bless his heart. He'll The 45-year-old fine 5-1-1. I LAO Oik Iii nSI
,
defense is challenging for Its Strelfs Bicycle Junior at great catch of a two-point ex-major Auguitlr* III OM
loop
kick them when they count." (A reference the fact Lyle first national championship Palm Lanes with a 502 series conversion pass. league pitcher was admitted to Hawthorne and Bronson both 'HII wile's ICMIOUL1

missed two field goal attempts), since 1949. Saturday. She rolled 191-156-155, SEC leader Alabama, No. 3 in Manatee Memorial Hospital scored Impressive victories to I ll TiHtntuM' ThundtyLincoln Lincoln'

'\We're working on our bonus now. They said we'd be Ronnie the nation, topped MississippiState here Saturday after his condi remain tied for the lead In then Mtlnlund, PnltyOnylont II G.'...., .
lucky to go S-5 this year with our schedule We've got our Play For Title Thames and David I 234 behind tion worsened at his home o six man Riverland Conference'PK, Vonjt it Plorldl' HlgKMueltnny
Notre Dame has Indicated Mead both had 457s. Miss McElwain' reserve quarterback it IHII PtPirntndlnl
-
a
five.
Steve Sloan, and Florida nearby Anna Maria Island.A with 5 1 records. : Ilicn .. 511,00JO'n155
The kind of contest it wan, one of the top remarks came willingness to decide the title In 191 was high game hospital spokesman laid Hawthorne it Lao lullwHiwthorni
'I No. 10 blanked overwhelmed! ,
Auburn
from St. Times editor Tom Kelly, He playoff similar to Falling Pins had a 2102 series /m1nn ,1 Wlllla.1Cron
Petersburg sports a postseason 14-0. rtutcinson was "conscious but strong Cedar Key, 2t 2, and : City II Nwb ryClJ,11aCd
quoted a veteran Gator fan In this manner"I last year's Texas-Navy show and a 720 best game. Arline dense he can answer questions Bronson tripped I a/ y,0,1.1e'iM" ,
foil
Taylor 38.20. 0igh15 II
knew that anything would be an anticlimax after the I down, The Sugar Bowl commit- Cappe made the 4-5-7 split. but that's about all" Daytona Mainland :007111 ", .,Ion 1f TaoaM
c o m e i to ,c..... tw If ..-
Alabama game But I'm a lot happier today winning that tee, among others, Is eager to ll Mllroil'

anti-climax game than I was losing that masterpiece to Ala. i ibam. arrange such a meeting First,

.." II I however, the Irish must get by MAN IN THE NEWS Two Deadlock

I Pitt (next Saturday), Michigan



I Bowling Standings I JUte Purdue Ohio,. Iowa State(for the and dueling Big Southern Ten surprising crown Callornla. I Ara Gets His Irish 'Up' At For KeystoneKEYSTONE Top Spot



UNIVIHIITY CITY WOMINuich PIHTOPPLIM and a Rose Bowl berth, kept Its HEIGHTS Kel

....run MOmd W 11 L M... 4 WiKt |W| II II slate clean by stopping Iowa I .... Hutchins of Neptune Beach am,
Com Rtitturtnt W 11lilt" A.W Root (Mr n ItNiiionn star Gary Snook' bid for a t ti) Nrut Bark Ilmra: and picking fights. But I guess he outgrew that"Ara's Billy Turner of Palatka tied fo
M 15Pb. tow MKH Co. '0" it ll
Plus
'' 'odor.1 If II Pod Mtion It I] tying two-point conversion In I When Ars Rwvl Parseghiat i was a itudent at South High younger sister. Mrs. Isabelle Atwood at Tallmadue first place In the rain short
10'. Am" I..ICI .. 17Cac. Oilnnvllii' tun it 11 School In Akron, Ohio, he ha id Ohio, her brother' ,
0511 IS'Ia.ls Hum Idwirdi II 14 the final seconds. The Buckeyes a secret he played foot- say drive for perfection probably ened Keystone Heights Invitation
.,' :: II "Wiry CirMr POs. tJ..IItmpui --' ball. due to his French-Armenian blood." here Sun
Cwnbin5l. I... golf tournament
C. 1/
Ih".r1e Jowle's II. ISA
Minor RitttvrintudwtlMr 1A 1ei : tnuif IM 14 llUKhul Tarseghian. who Is now Notre Dame's football coach. His father was born In Armenia and his mother In France.
I7 11 Fog lir. UNRMullt !Miami i High kept the news from his moth er because she wouldn't allow The couple were married' In Europe and day.The '.
Glnnyi' MilntyllllMtrkM le 17 0.I.1 Co. 11 II came to the United tourney was schedule'l ,
,,, him to try out for the teat She States In 1916.
1 Plnincltir43 10. tt W'.o' n0ro IS 11 11 found out about hiss for 36 holes, 18 on l

Syranurhtrfera". J'I 1Jaw. 11 15'A llnl, C.. .. WOsIa5Y5.5' li 0.'.... Leads Poll; extracurricular activity when Ara was born May 21 I, 1923, the second of three children. 18 on Sunday but was abbreviated
0.1 OIns II 10 .11" Ion X MM 4 Wml, li CtmpulMulv he came home from a game He Joined the Navy soon after he .
sow.l 11041115 I.HI 55 SI ... X CtmMMd I... li 00 won had been graduated from because of an all da.
051111, I.. 15 II ,, IMT X Pod Maun ll N.lnfew .' (alles Next Injured.. South High. While In the Navy, he played It the
Cull, C5.. 11 11 MMII. Co., me t, HU II id. I, Even today, with her son Naval Training Center under Paul Great Lakes .rain.Hutchins
"Miry Cirtw Paint t, *lKhui Peg t Brown who later achieved fired a 73 and a
....1" INHtlPPSKNIOllint MIAMI (API The four top perhaps the most celebrated fame IS coach of the Cleveland' Browns of the National Foot- outgoing 35 Sunday for his 10
W L teams in the Miami Herald'i coach In the nation, Mrs. baU League.
.. tutltr trot tl MlrlwiPininct solo11555 36
IS'1 J'I total had 72
4. Ovllli' On ti Plral ,_,,, ,-....,..... II weekly high school football poll Amelia Parseghian will not while Turner ,:,
S. Gtntrll I.,... ll C.... t OlnnyiOo PtriKiiinin' I'S itAnimni tourney oiticiais canceuca i
It OO" C..,. a. 5 ..o-JsMs15 ", M.n..r ) IHornm are still unbeaten and six of the attend Notre Dame football
...,ou,...' L T".or' Ii ._.'. I II 'Went to Miami; Ohio sudden death playoff betweei I
L 1udwr, lIltil Pip' 5. a1.0rts 10503" Pour I II first ten have perfect records to games."I'm the two.
I' 'uleft 5. Lord lr.A 5.NIONt RtwIHRolllnf afraid of what might After re left the
....... 4 AnlmtH' li S..MMo .. date. Navy Parseghian enrolled at MIami University Lloyd Watts Jr. of Coco .
OWL .r. .. ..v.i p.., (i Hontin X $511'" Miami High, with a M happen if the team .. in Oxford. Onto; where he was to earn All-American leach and a member of th
W tMM.r 0.._.11"" I.Grid. loses," she said Sunday, "111 mention as a halfback.
continues to lead the record'i Shortly before
to
AA. to II graduates university of Florida 1 llnki I I
CMI 101150.117 II ITS points from listen to them on the radio, Dec, 30, 1948-he married Kathleen Davis. on
a s Petrocl
Scores team and veteran Joe
lOw.rttl Std, fcipollttCUrm II U
but only If I know they're winning He Joined the Browns
l b.r thoiU coaches and after
writers i re
r. :; sports fy Injury of Ormond Beach deadlock t <
curtailed -
I. Army R 0 T C.PMM hit professional iccejti
COLLIeS throughout the state but Coral L career and he for
oittrituwrtpi 11 ISCM",1 the Job third place with 112 apiece
nmct tup." 17 1. .MlNdr Gables 7.0 is close second Ara's mother has spent freshmen coach at Miami In 1950. as
,... a Petrock the senior:
J..n.en a I7 Is D4TM << tI. captured
w...".,_.. Pu1' 5510.1 16 ItH MS.y lowl Ii'J with 175 points.Clearwater quite a bit of time by the The following year he became head football
coach devlsion third a
of the u
and a n n
055 5055'', 1e It 050,105 14, BrMfl | radio this season. In his first until 1955. He left for remained -
P.'S lone CaM.11a II II Syricutt II. Pitt IW also 70, received Northwestern event.
..,....... 011 544505/03 II I. Y.. ll; DirMMuHl, II 105 points and Palm Beach High year as Notre Dame coach, Evanston, M, where he rebuilt the Big Ten University It
Cxrull' CHumbll N team Into I
Ara has brought the Irish conference The
"INLO0 M, was fourth with 102. Jacksonville power. I 13-year coaching he
1 Mitt II. MlullllMI' II back Into the football picturefor Notre Dame showed 75 victories, 41 defeluand brought to McCall Named
J9as t Pint 4. rm li ..:.. Olerf' Tier II. OuM IAHMml Lee, Hialeah and Tampa two ties.
4, Port lone tl Mu.nM ......y 4, Alt.ttrtf IX Mlu, It IIWIM Robinson each 5-1 closely the first time in more It was, perhaps. his acknowledged success
: are at
.... 0-11 54.,511,1 11 WI111045.. C1.45s5 N VI.gIS' 1 : than 10 years. (the school like Notre Northwestern
1 700505" 5. Cede. 015 ON. $0551' '' ,.. Aulhinl I bunched with M. M and II Dame had been weak for Top Player
M.o.r 10.151 s Us. A0v lose. :: GIort'' ,.. N Cmiim IN With his team's 4-0 rout of .\PARtEGHIAN he took over), that Immediately years before -
Clefs It IeId C,1N 15'ouoisl L C, "''' I'. a C........ 14 points, respectively changed the campus
doeln' like be.trong
W. Vlrflnii'' M. .......y II Miami Norland ( Is Navy Saturday it was the to spirit at Notre Dame. MIAMI (AP) -Florida
I, eighth
-
"OITN.I" 'U'lU'
sixth for the undefeated
M31.0,1 victory Wayne McCall of Ocala and tin
.. e........ It W l I 0010'1't.N'r.; t with 61 points, followed by Lake Fighting Irish there is a possibility Notre Dame University! of Miami's Jim BooIJ'of

I 0.00105,1..,.1., I/ISA It I'S ..irdu.*ll M.. II.HlbM$wimniM. 14Wkn ? Wales 7-0. with M and Forest will be ranked No. 1 when the weekly polls are published lIe' Right i/i There"He Orange Park were names
W..5/ ', 1' II Hill of west Palm Beach: also "
_.. Tuesday. told
mnm I Hit tiiu us we were good
Jack
sai Ot
most
AmrkMPnwkKM 16 IS ... ()loll. tun MNttrMkt 70. with U.I Snow, the lfam'l outstanding players
11 II t MIMMH' IArktniM split endHe'd give each of os a their fresh
teams In
TVM M4MtMCimwn /s'1 55'55 M1nM.NS 1 II, ,.......0 I I The second ten and number of we could do In practice. And he'd Inhere to show what Saturday's
i 0.- tJ 15P15 Iw- A Distate for Defeat be with do. man football game.
.... I/ 16 II T.... ACM I points: ing exercises, snapping the ball from center us- Miami Florida
11 Wldl 15'1' 5505Hosroro MIA U U. M CM. K U. I Fort showing ni bow trounced the
Lauderdale High 43 Parseghian has had
always distaste for block
;1 ?1W,1N Ill. 4. Tmn '..04 IM a defeat to and run. He made us believe In ourselves." freshman 274. Under KJwanJ
p ,.., Cnrittun ll l..lv M Tampa Hillsborough 39, Orlando "Ara tried to be the best In anything he attempted.! Parseghian, who Is S feet 10 inches
.... .
UU
_1. SIWASlow Taos 7. $. rWHMItf" I and maintains rules a most valuable playaaward
el 11 PIT W,"tttfttar Colonial M. Pensacola said his father, Michael at his Akron, Ohio home. "Anr weight. of 1S5 pound, has never
"Air Pirn* II t., Ortwl ArlMM I I High 34, Miami Edison 34, Jack. thing he put his mind to. he would do, sooner or later. And paying really learned 10 goes to each team. Me

XMlMmt, U cUrlM. IINn sonville Paxon 32. South Dade he'd do It good." relax..H, cWt try to play with children CaD is a l -pound Itoebacka
..
4 II WIOI tl Pnvlntl A'.x'<0 wv-,M. 5LA 211 on Sunday momings.- and Booth, a S-roof-16.190-pound
50533510, to ,P.5h50 4 Su0d015 I, U. CH 'I"l. tl Orlando Edgewater 20. Sometimes, when be was In grade school, hi, mother his wife said. The couple nave two aid
ulrtlr, .4m ll ...|,.. 5.50:< T.o5 M .t.,, 511 I winter girls, Koran 14, back Booth carried seven time:
1 ( Haven ''
W' "/IM jr. II, Wildwood 14)) said 'He'd to the '
J.I go up bigger boys and Kristan. 12 and ,
Mike
war-a I
ll ." WM MOIM n. t ...It, I) say a son, 'But even when he'a
.RkrHlno.m.rum tl TWIN, an Si hq.IM *. 'OratM. I*w_ K j and McArUiur of Hollywood li( fight?* He *u l like that for a while Just going around boa get a pencil in -Jus band f.guruig: out a better play eating" yard for 7]gainer.r yards., including one 3



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AS COLTS, BROWNS KEEP WINNING



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Lenny Moore, Jim Brown Shine'




T.j MURRAY CRASS Jimmy Brown has something, 7 romp over San Francisco. 4213 and Washington defeated I:o Ernie Wheelwright and one to

Associated Press Sports Writer too -a football first. The The touchdown runs of two Philadelphia 21.10. Steve Thurlow. The victory,

M1 I II, Lenny Moore doesn't have I Cleveland act became the first and five yards Increased The Colts built a 23-0 lead :dew York second! In eight

any damaged ribs, a bad ap man In history to gain more Moore s league-leading point before the 49ers scored on John I IBrodte' tames, seriously hampered the

pendix or a head Injury than 10,000 yards on the groundin total to 78 and extended the two-yard( pass to Dave I Cardinals' chances of overtaking

r fie. But he does have 13 touch the Browns' 30-17 victory nine-year veteran's scoring Parks In the fourth quarter. I the Browns

downs In eight games and Is'over Pittsburgh Sunday. streak to 10 games. Baltimore tallied the first timeit Roger!' Lecleros 12-yard field

1< helping lead the Baltimore Colts While Brown rambled for 149 Moore who mill be 31 later had the ball, Johnny Unitas goal gnve Chicago a 3-0 lead In

C toward the Western Conference yards, Moon gamed only 40. this month didn't do too much tossing :20 yards to Ray Berry .the first quarter, but Dallas

title In the National Football I Two of his runs, though went scoring last year In fact, he for the touchdown. went ahead to stay later In thex'riod

League. for touchdowns in the Colts' 37- didn do much of anything. Bad Brown was the workhorse for 1 on Don Perkins' two-yard

e ii( -- J- 1 ribs kept hind out of three preseason the Browns as they opened a smash Don Meredith threw for
M
games an emergency two-game lead In the Eastern I line Cowboy touchdown and

w 1.' appendectomy benched him for Conference He carried the ball scored another himself
the first two contests of the 23 times and increased his ca-

regular season and a head injury reer rushing total to 10l3S'

knocked him out of the last yards. !
r,' Ar* ""tr.rwea.'NtLNial.o Lou Groza kicked three field WE GOT

NATIONAL POOT5AL1150001 i goals (or the Browns hlle Er, ,

r .tm CMWIC Pet Pa 0' nle Green ran (or touchdowns of
W L TOCMA
L (,...,.... a 1 1 511 all IM and 13
yards. I
I' Lou" d I r .S7' IM ICII seven SO Dma
0.11.PSU..IPSI.. 4 1.5 d .n.'20 III tI7W.0 .IU.. YA. Tittle brought the sag

Miss d b of ... .. I s 0 ..n'. 115 ,'ft. gmg Giants to life, throwingfour -
y (1 ..". t I 5 111 touchdown Three of 'CAUSE WE
N.. 555 2 I 1 15. III INW015A passes.

Mike DowcTe, San Francisco Aers Hnebaikeif seed Baltimore halfback C.e.r..N.as L.Pet NS 0' ,the aerials went to-rookies,-two i CHARGE SO LITTLE
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Lenny Moore'i foot in this flyife tackle attfSun
yard on a screen pass Moore ittad two touchf'to the Colts' victory. (AP L.5101,011' As1.,' 44100101501 4 a r .17' 1,5 lIS' Willislon 19 '1' MCONoCAR.399LIZ

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1 05..10, 41. 01110.015.' IIDe're" and William Collins led
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By MIKE RAT1IET American Football Le,_ W.""".._....''IC.. 11.Clrnooo' WMWMII, the second quarter and led 7 0 BRAKESPULL

Associated Press Sports Wtercles as the Bills remain! AMUCAN, 'GOTULL'''5 00,1,5.LIAONl5.l at halftlme.But .
High above War Memtrialundefeated team In e ,1'-1 W L Pet PcH OlOM ', five. the Tigers came roaring
.
a 1 1 IU 1) 1. /
Stadium in Buffalo, on the net-league 5115,11....... S 2 1 714. 111 V, His touchdowns Sunday back In the final two periods behind ?
al skeleton that arc NM 004 2 1 ta I7i 11 Collins' 20 yard touchdown '-
eventually still "We wouldn't be 1101.500 t 7315051WMSHN helped the Colts maintain their
provide extra seats, the irch-rassed," said Coach I an, Dlvll M m game lead In the West with and Strong's M yard
W LTPot. Pti 01
workers' union has draped t whose Bills whipped lJ> ** So" 01000' I t 1 714. 14 14 their seventh straight victory, punt return that put Wllliston

sign that says: .110( for their eighth vlcf The 0.01010 5.1101' cup I 1 4 0 07.1 14] ,171.4 II II In other games, New York ahead

"Brng( on the NFL. mark of a good team 1118'' D.w. 1o'.NIY"1 7....mill 15555551 surprised St Louis 3117, Detroit Daniel Brown Will Iston

Nob dy" about to, but com' an make mistakes Pmeparisois !: i Now 5010 :u. 5,81,01. *... r thumped Us Angeles 3717 fullback, picked up 711 yards
have been emerging In tack We've been do L" ,,,fI.,. U. Nwsl s/.er'... 10 5 '" Dallas whipped Chicago 24-10, running to add to the Tigers

\ sat Kwita D'._City II N.. CM Ov.,....wr.. IIN. 50 A Circus Act Green Bay trampled Minnesota victory 4$4
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to
I .,"... at H... 505. Pittsburgh Steeler bark Chuck appears

0..1.ban Diego. a/at..D.",....,"C115 he juggling this pan from Kd: Brown on hU none Need a Ride
P guard. Coming in for an Interception attempt Uiterme
: I'arrNh, former University of Florida( ...tAr.I I Bring your car In to on.

Over 4M 1 ( ) r'By The Bills came from behln d\ of the Cleveland Brown. The Browns won. (Al I of the most well-equip

; ,again Sunday, overcoming a II I- Irephoto to Sun). To PickA ped broke shops In the
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K LSO STURGEON taught him enou do the 7 lead with a 17-point fourth\ get a '

Associate! Press Writer \quarter as reserve quarterback Winner!
Sports Job. Daryle Lamonica added hlsl FSU 'Leurlwcl'
Loulsiaii State football Coach McQendon, wh yed his \ FREE CRAKEtNSPECTIONI
running ability to a ground-orl i
, Charlie Clendon would like college football I Bryant
fif ented attack led by vetersr If need ride
a
beW i
nothing than to beat the chanceto you
at Kentucky, wit I Cookie Gilchrist and rookie

man who tight him the game, do It Saturday) he takes. Bobby Smith. From VPJ Detent\ to the polls or a baby- SAVE HERE
but he's watering if that man his ninth-ranked f s to Birmingham I The triumph opened the Bills I -
.
II to me yant and lead in the Eastern Division to I I'I sitter while you go to vote .11 s,.5.1II111...... Cool 8,5.,11.00 P....,..
the Crimson TidJ'abamaEverybody Pie Vann had another reams ...... DII",
2'. games) over the Boston Patriots TALLAHASSEE (AP) W< w. Pompa e'
Wilt Back, wi Ike to beat who are 52.1 after losing, learned our lesson at Virginia) 'I for the FSU victory, I 554 ..... ,,....

I his old coach," *ndon said to the New York Jets 35-U. II' Tech We're not going to It'l I 'It wasn,t the passing combination Phone FR 2-3591

Big i Hint I with a big amt! his face. I also overshadowed some out. down against Ufiunton," sale (quarterback Steve Tens'

"I'm no differ ut wow. standing one-man performancesput Coach Bill Peterson of his successful to halfback Fred Biletnikoff)

In NI \ I what a job." on at San Diego and Kansas Florida State foolbal that beat us," he said. "It was VOTE DEMOCRATICelect Thti1F.Pit

PlayBy J McClendor City. I team. that line." I
It's no secre
Lance Alworth was the key "It seemtd that BHAKt /rauiTMLa7f
ASSORTED I one of the I we got all offensive line couldn't
considers Bn "Our
TIlE PRESS: '' H IW f( S FWM
for San Diego grabbing Wf MMg
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man / keyed for
'great minds of I"taching pro'fession ( up the big games, crack their defensive line. And PRESIDENT JOHNSONC
The Big Dipp t back bul
is I' touchdown passes of 78 and 47 he I
"And
the Big 0 may gl and thl victory over yards and latching on to eight/ In j jI laidfnd.y. when we our defensive line! couldn't stop C,.. 44.51,051. ., Om c..... c nlnI.5
.ranklnd unbeaten I people our I
the third their offensive line I T
For the un Bated that 31-17 victory
in
203 a
.I all for yards let "
down.
own ltee we
*'ild be an experience
means Wilt CI IberIa is Alabama dies vJ forget I over the Oakland Raiders. FSlfwas defeated 20-11 by 1- Asked about Tennl'i solitary] Mllslo ss sit ese Cap. Horti-to-ftlrfcaota Drwablllty Hun
back with the.!1 FranciscoWarriors he never ,The win kept the Chargers !In VPL Ions that touchdown against Southen

of the Vional Basketball The LSLIna game Is first place in the Western sector dropped It from VtissiMippi-the first of his col Comet from bottom to of world to
o. 1 slot In the national roars top
Association hut Oscar one of the b|:C games on I with a 5-2-1 record rat: legs career-Pelerson said Tensi I

Robertson may be\at to the:this weekend I nda. The other Lenny Dawson passed for six scored on a fake option, I

Cincinnati Royals.Chamberlain I pairs 101 Inked, Florida touchdowns for Kansas City and /his Diversity!' week of, Houston.FSU goes!' to the I play that apparently could rein ; show it's still World's Durability Champion

the l>ot-1 star against ally band of I Abner Haynes gained 197 running iult a pais or a run, bul
Pelerson .
r said his .
scouts
of the Warriors reco ed fromNATIONAL Georgia Bul I who, too are and passing In 14 plays as Houston reported actually Is a running olsv.'we'set ...."' .e ,......... --
I much I,to title chase. Abner Haynes gained 197 running / was readying/ that up 'early'last
very tome untried plays for Saturday's .....,.ew1 .......
Other conlie games this and passing In 14 plays week," Peterson said, "But Ididn --------
1AS01T1A1 I 5010 far 40 '"
...,,,* Otvliwn 1 004. week send Ksissippl State I the Chiefs defeated Denver game 't think Steve would c.l1lt." i iI \
w L I nights I. .......
Aublat Auburn and New Standing t'p
39 Offense
ea11,0 C'sc10005, P sP01Od.i5hle J .1 boo"4 "4',,1 against Kentucky alt Vanderbilt at But probably the top ow This has happened Saturdayafter As It turned out, Tens! did; I 1..200..0....1fJ

Plow corn 51x,50' .J 1 Lexington Conference ac I was put on by Houston's forge Saturday, he said. t and it went so well, he crossed .lltllo.Io..op. .

W"'ono "W L O lion mate! Tennessee and, Blanda, who attempted! Mpass- "Each new game thrown a lot the goal standing up with no one What's the elM \ : r I I4

Im. Ang lIt '"' 4 4 I11ulmOr. ] 1 Georgia( Tifit Atlanta, Mississippi es and completed 31 both of new offense against us," he around him driving Comet
Lwl" I
>
5 Oxford records for 30 yards Tens! his had hand In near-
4 1D.trol an ,imps at league said "At the same time, they a
miles of sleet
2' 16,200 snow, mire, mountains
JI' But
Mi bid to upset! the W* FSU touihdown. But
Miami at a
", Pc.0a1K.,, 1 s re and Tulanfd In come up with different defenses ly ever
desert ? To show that Comet
titurMy"I ItwltlIntMi only one went for touchdown. against our attack' I|each time, it hn been as the etc. you

Lou"127.IIP CI"Dtr" 'iwm...t M MIt amiThe 'I threeAla. 'Since VirglnlaTech I we passer! "can do." To show you they're not just lively ;
,,. Iron I ning
P eeIsa0 hpeisseoh1.
510,0. 105. Sao
and beautiful but and powerful
.... tough ,
l' n. 000 11N1."dlY' uJand: Florida-all, Sicks 'changed our defenses and corrected I
,
rams Kclso
(MultlClnclmttl Sat- I' a lot of mistakes, I think too. Come see what Comet can do for you. -
H4 DttreltSt 10I scored con I nee victories I Lion WinVANCOUVER Comets slatted ipl ft m Opt Hotn The tot
LNll HI,TKUVI IM AIKWW..">.I'.! jrday TlTimion Tide we'll be ready Saturday I i l i.| twi.t.d ttifixjjh tht M _red Andni "''O\In.......'

N. 1w.. yIwou.T_..... ...... sipped \lssippl State 234,.] New )I1Ors The team Is playing thinking B C (AP I --'yr'O -
N. .-.I ,05.111..0a LM edge isslsslppl 11.10 in football! Every man if thinking The British Columbia Lions won 'ps t oIr

i 1 thriller I 1 Florida out-de- ,By TIlE ASVlATED PRESS''I football all the time duringthe their second straight Western Y

flood Aut 010. I| Kelso bour/d back Into the game That's what I want,": Conference title I nine Canadian
stomach ailment, played h I thick of co / lion for Horse-of-Peterson said Football League Sunday by f a &t4
first game of the season Saturday ors by becoming Last Saturday's 34victory defeating the Winnipeg Blue
I The-Year / )
Haci-on
18
night He scored points ,the world'/ richest horse lastSaturday \)I over the University/ of Southern! Bombers :2J-I .!
below his league recon __
far rh< gallant 7"year-old Mississippi giving FSU a Jot I
average .f M, In a losing cau I'ops icniors considered by some, recordcame as a result of I IE

as Baltimwe won 102.98. Joi early gelding/ the Mason to have,I many things superior playing )W G bAsae r r
Robertson got poked in tin ( E>enl
|
: n paced! /II peak became No 11 taking advantage of breaks and P
In Sunday night':! I
right eye J|on t)7 m ny.winning lilt by of course thinking
game against Detroit, won bi: [-'0. Nev IPi-The rt5 Jock- Southern "
romp/K/ home first 1 the ),I Mississippi Coach
the Royals n4-101 The Royals of eighth Vual Nae.nsSens II .,
Gold at Aqueduct.
Jb Cup
before W 11'1| ( #I
star had scored 22 points Golf Crkipiomhip :
accident Happened near thl,': the samks it has btei I'I ,I I iJtinning the Gold Cup for 0. 551e 141(01.4 5.050w oar us'2.05401 w I.O.P(. C-t. M.r '. i.: |f' it fl rb the PROPANEHOTTII
yea tIP/Jth straight time Kelsoed Crowd scenes were tpnmee r.. )4a4' .;.ieoly a... r ., free t'e4 5O 051tf _'I 'un IB $o.;ie Gar;
end of the third quarter ( past thri years
/ ahead of
elf sass
SH lengths
The Big 0 wa taken t. ChrLslHnip118' ''I orE. Dutch) I iVrison, a J'fir
stitches I I veteri UsvilleI ,, II!Aan Brother and set an GAS
where 10 were pro from I! t /erican record of 1II M for

taken In the eyeball It Is once I wont\ toumam t. I' twxnile route. mmmm
tarn how long he will be nut but" ACCf' fishing Afeat no ( HOTTII TNAqNATURAL

a club spokesman said 'Oscar: 'Ier( bes> him hi pulled If, 101t : GAS
to be able' lfarriln his Uth co t C. May
,
himself said he hopes won Cook Cr Heat
Wafer ........ saw
a-.1110
Sckir ourna-f I ......
Golf
play Friday slice .- .
to
agar) n'J return and the" JaturdajWi the Tit: Tv. touitoti* LIfe Atuxanc* Low Cost TOILET TANK BALL
Sot,t-v ot 010 Uflit4 VoHIM. >.. IV,.a.. Ms'tMMMV
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Injury to rtbertson ovmhad !"ilna a'Jtfuot pt(| .. OHw New Y..... N.Y. 2..r= r1.. ..+ a.: I I7St i4'if.4fr2ca4
owed St Lls' 116-1! :J "Ie',:" wrtll W.S4 to him &ref FR 6.5110
FR 2.3576 A' IfAlO'll'II
over Lot Ateies! In Stn1another Tie! t. I kent a 11'0'I

schedu game. -* Crrthr'i!, a ."ke.ODWATER


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worVi duraMity ch*nport


TONIGHT football means ,. '

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12- _Gainesville. Sun Monday, November 2,_1964_ "


List of Polls More Women Can Vote, I


And Number But More Men Do


I NEW YORK (AP) Women with a variety of reasons for '
0 N
RegisteredHere outnumber men in this 1961)', general 10 per cent diffe i
but not at the polls.Tuesday' ence In voting turnout between L -
are the polling places country'l'men and women. Mostly it boils t .p p Isxe a
iPJ
far the Alachua County election .down to women's considering >
tion Is
to
expected
next Tuesday, by precinct, area, politics dirty and unladylike and
fact of life
political
location. Number of registered 'best left up to men who, they
voters Is ahown in parenthesis Bureau of the Census figures fondly believe, are used to
1 Waldo City Hall, ((535 vote for 1964 show that there are thinking about Issues. icir 11Sr i e :
ors) about 64.6 million men of voting
.
2. LaCrosse Home Demonstration age in the United States com Local
Bldg., ((547)) pared with 69 2 million women DelegateWins

Center Yet If experience means
3. Alachua Community anything
Car
((1,091)) Ills the masculine vote irE 1a 't is r.rI
Smith, that will decide the election. t BR
4 Kirby ((1,042)
Harvey L Nachtrleb, of 2510 T
5.J. J. Finley, (2,030)) In 1960, with the population NE 11th Terrace, a member of r 'IK son
but the :
lower ,
I. Newberry, Muni I cipa figures slightly
"
sex ratio about the same, more the official delegation from fan
Bldg., ((749)) m I
than a million more men Gainesville i Lodge No.

\ 8.7.Hawthorne Sidney Lanier Town(1,881)) Hall,I showed, up to vote than did 1140, Loyal Order of Moose, wona I'" !tI : J// JB s aII
women
(651)) 1965 Falcon, the grand prizein ,
life'
This Is progress. In the presidential the state building fund cam
Island Grove Town Hall, .
9 election of 1920, the paign held In connection with ]
((113)) same year that women gained the Florida state convention in ; : i I [ P a
10. Mlcanopy I Community the right to vote, only about a Orlando.In E at'r' -r .rear
Center, (SOS) fourth of the eligible women i i f ii -
i addition to the nine elect '
i IsarV
11. Archer Town Hall, ((583)) ,
balloted ed delegates 30 members of the J
12. Stephen Foster, (1,897) : Why don't more women vote I Gainesville Lodge attended the *i -:

13. School Administration I Researchers have come up 3-day event a 1 E c ft! "'
.
;i
Bldg., (2,026)) onOl j f *
14 Melrose Home Demonstra- Ii i I M I s;f R P
'1 tlon Club, ((221)) 'S
13 Rochelle Old While School GOLDWATERTONIGHT __" "= pf
::
((195)) is
18. Girl Scout Hut, ((1,405)) I ; J I': '
!' a lawp"l1 -
1' ;3 E a
y
17 Gainesville High ((806)) I f y l
3 r'' Fa. :
18. Arredondo Presbyterian "0.F CO KS tinjr r .
..
Sunday School ((375) I' ;: F* ..
19.Orange His. Woman's CHANNEL 4, 9:30 P.M. / '"
Club, ((274) CHANNELS 2 AND 12, 10:30 P.M. J, H Ii' >: ;: '0

20. High Springs City Hall, Paid for by CoMwaHf Far EMI. C,",.,,,, HMi = = 9 l
((759)) = itr #.

21. High Springs Health ClinIc j imil'ppfrr'i I ;;: -tr ;' f" V t s ....

((584) i; hM =
eT .. -
22.Ca m p v l II l l Ie Methodist II ... g C"U:::I If li ''dj- ..
=
Church, ((97) Let : ._ .
.
23. P. K. Yonge ((1,624) your voice be heard I 1,1,0. > ;; t5 ''. fill' Mad

24. Westwood School, ((1,545)) (11 r C M *.a "S' JS|| i

25. Buchholz, (1,309)) for the Democratic program. ullSIilj g I c g "
i iil'Sf
26 Littlewood, ((1,616) 0

27. Recreation Center, (930) ;. S' 0 i' ;> Z u J

689)28. Voting Machine Whse., ((1,- B.i |rlr1 s "_I B .-.! 3- "I't Q- '" !
4'1 'II. "
29 Howard Bishop, ((2,635)) ''e a responsiblevoter. 1 % L:I :. ; '"
30. Lake Forest, ((1,1391) ::j A 0
31. Florida Union ((1,416)) iiiiK ? a. i :II s 1E
32. St Michael's Church, ((437)) O :
t:
w i
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TOTALS: 32118 registered / fIli < > [

voters In the 32 Alachua I [Ii|}| Iff = r ;tI: 0 Y 0 n. r r'I + 1
County precincts. Join [, : : 3* ? SU M x
I i r)1 ::. I
Art ExhibitDrawings hands 1"| ?'TJ os* S.S'll .:...: =. i'I! Z f 8
iif -
for a united America. ;; 5S1 s: \o..J', '"" '" !u ) I I5Ji
Collages and Lithographs f s fijIs. =
; 0
by GabrleKnhn willbe 1 9 c
on exhibition in the Department VOTE DEMOCRATIC lIt I Z
of Art's Gallery X, on the I .
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lilt ,, !
University of Florida campus, .... = I
November LA 227. I It :i' .
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THE 'BIG LIE'"The :::f '

fll'4\( ;, r t1rri i "2 aii

'big |lie i ,' smear technique Is being used as never before ogalnit J [1r ) r 3 3i 3t

lorry Goldwoftr. It's being used to distort what he seys to deliberately !HI ;' r: ... )0 i ; w
misrepresent hit views to deliberately mislead you. LET'S SET THE a 0' -4
RECORD STRAIGHT once and for 0111! 1 C -
'HI r ? ;:.... ::..;.::t n

The lie' '" 0 r"'" < >-.-
'big ::
: 1 ,,
"Barry Goldwater is against Social Secur.ry. I '
E _
+
0
The TRUTH : He is not! H. has voted for increased payments I fil' ... 8' .. ii ; ili-Ji '.". I

each time any they increase came for up.this He voted for them this year, but LBJ's whipskilled ..f ?! (J-_J. -o' -Z I ) !;liit sat!$ ,

year. ;; '.". i i':
Coldwater'e 13 "We revision of i f Ir M5pJ ...
platform on Page sayti pledge the Jl'! : ,.. f .5 ..
Social Security system to allow higher earnings, without loss of benefits '- ;0. '! ..
by our elderly people" on Page 15l: "We pledge an end to r" (I M )0 w'r s f" -
chronic deficit spending. proudly reaffirming our belief In a lIala"Cldblldg.t. ?1! f f'J "r p A i iilli :
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I The 'big lie': "Goldwater is against medical care for needy, iii I 1 ; i-. v Z il
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elderly people," 1 i- \ .
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\ The TRUTH : He Is not! He wants full medical and hospital 'I .C w
coverage, controlled at the local level He does NOT want to bank I !I.g C jiI
rapt the system by tacking on unworkable so-coll.d "medicare" in & ,I -
which the poor who can't afford it are taxed to provide "medicare"for 0 =
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the rich who don't need it. C

Goldwatir'i platform on Page 13 says I "We pledge full coverage of i
all medical and hospital costs for the needy elderly people, financed
by general revenues through broader Implementation of Federal- ,
State plans, rather than the compulsory Democratic scheme covering m ,
only a small percentage of such costs for everyone regardless of need." 2 P 0--
"

The big lie: "Goldwater it 'trigger happy'." '! / feji:i[ :-:"

The TRUTH : He is not! President Eisenhower called this charge _. : ...

"tommyrot", The 'big lie was eipoied when the public was informed 1'c-"- -- 1, 'r 1': : -
recently In several magasmes that the NATO Commander HAS HAD --

some discretionary authority under Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, ..
and Johnson on use of small tactical nuclear weapons when attacked by ,.
the enemy with such weapons. This Is what Goldwoter has proposed. A
j If" \ ..
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The I 'big lie': "Goldwoter Is against farm price supports." 011 ; a rCtg

The TRUTH : Goldwater believes farmers should govern themselves 1
/
not have unwanted controls clamped on them. He will let ,
formers determine what they want and don't want. He opposes the ru > V r aim
present drop in parity ratio to its lowest level since 1939 end thj ) f ax
government's dumping surpluses on the market lowering farm Income. 'I
r j hI'
Goldwater's platform on Page 16 says "We pledge to provide our
j' farmers with the maximum opportunity to exercise their own manege- > ;

I merit decisions on their own farms, while resisting ell efforts to impose ..
upon them further Federal controls. i.LI ir'
jR stir

f The lie' a .II'.. :..:. !: _
'big : ir
' "Goldwater against REA. z4 it' i3 wm
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I The TRUTH : He is not! On page 19, his platform says, "We 0c f ..
pledge continued support of fermer-ewned and operated cooperatives X
Including rural electric and telephone facilities." ;: II'II' i'
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I The lie' ... '
'big : .
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-Goldwater is egaimt the working man. c :z:

The TRUTH : H. Is not! He has said, '?he working man must. z ... ,c... fH.! 1lh

be protected! from abuse and exploitation whether it stews ?..'" I s1 11Li
his employers or union officials." He voted against the :"il l +'J'"
bill which could, because it cells for 0 racial balance '. ...".'s: men', I
coil many people e:."i jobs since the Act creates no new :e.,. I : = S t i<
DON'T LET THE 'BIG LIT MISLEAD YOU (i : r s

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Monday November Z, 1954 GollI..m. Stan _.13WHO
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Determined to Reach Goal \. h



By CHARLES STAFFORD
Associated Press Writer general campaign Include report I grandson

For 38 years Haydon Burns id d i from the International As-: Burns a tall spare man with
sociation of Chiefs of Police crit- a streak of grey through his
smoked more than three
packs 6 ical of the Jacksonville Police carefully combed hair has campaigned
of cigarettes a day. Then, one ,
day, he decided to Department; hi. opponent'sclaim on his record as mayor.
quit
I that Burns has $12 mil- For the last four years he has
It was a typically
} no-nonsense
decision."I lion hidden In a Nassau bank; 'been telling 'the Jacksonville
decided and, reports that the Internal I story." a story that features the
Just to
and I
quit
Revenue Service has questionedBurns' conversion of waterfront from
he said.
did; i
Income tax returns.In eyesore to showpiece the attraction
Six Burns decidedto
years ago. the last four months, two of new business and Industry
run for He
governor ran
opponents have challenged the construction of a
in the
third 19GO Democratic
Burns to reveal his financial downtown
expressway system
and didn't
primary even
pause standing and sources of Income. Burns has told the story with
for breath TO VOSTILLUNDECIDED TE FOR TOMORROW
Tuesday, Florida voters will I Burns has replied that these little humor in a lectureroomvoice. eYou'd

choose between Burns and Re- matters are no one's business He has added to this

publican Charles HoUey for governor i :but his own. pledges to undertake an aggressive
and Bums is favored. But he has said that his prin- program for improving
:cipal Income is his $12.500 salary Florida education a study and
Such are the fruits of Burns'determination
and $5,000 fund of the state's financial vote for
and \Iron will. I expense as mayor revamping like lo
I II (Haydon Burns, the Democratic He also\ said that he serves structure to get more service
for
The race governor by the I
business consultant but
nominee for as a without more taxation and
52-year-old five-term mayor of i, in Tuesday's election governor, has has reduced his portfolio to one I I:an intensive road-building program
Jacksonville has had
a qualityof
client. Goldwater
been running for the office I s, BUT you'reafraid
Inevitability about it. It has I
moved undeterred through for half a dozen years. Urn's Burns has said he Is not al I There have been times in the ,
a report on the man and his wealthy man, but "any day In I campaign when Burns lost his
whirlwinds of controversy and : determined campaign I the last 20 years that I couldn't!I I temper. But his public anger Is
clouds of _
to the
of election.In .suspicion eve have written a check for $12.000:''a! smoldering thing noticeable he'll get us into
'step responsibility for corrup- would have been a sad day" only through a deepening of his
his successful bid for the tion in the Jacksonville Police For the last 26 years, Burns:j I normal sternness.

Democratic nomination, Burns Department which led l to the and his wife Mildred have lived:I, Through It all, the Burns campaign
overrode: arrest of six officers on bribery In the same unpretentious homeon has moved on schedule. war.LET'S

-Criticism of.his handling of charges while Burns was on the the banks of a creek In South ,Burns Is a punctual man who .
racial riots which broke out In campaign trail. I Jacksonville. They have a college makes a fetish of punctuality

Jacksonville In mid-campaign. 'Obstacles vth.ih he appears to'' freshman son a married And Havdon Burns Is a determined
I I
Attempts to lay at his door- have sidestepped adroitly in his I ia daughter, and a red-haired. man .
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I He Hopes to Wield Veto WOODROW -


tt The United Stoles must bt neutral ,in fact .. well as In

By CHARLES STAFFORD In 1962, he feuded with then tlon so that the necessary con WILSON'S name during thtia days that era to try men's souls W.
Associated Press Writer tF state Republican chairman G. stitutional amendment could be
Charles R. Holley Is a minority Harold Alexander over distribution put to a vote of the people quickly ........ t. the Sin.te A".. It, mutt be Impartial 'In thought at well II 'In action, II

man. of party assessment fees the GOP bloc was waiting. 1914.

And If the St. Petersburg Republican collected from GOP candidates.' Through some H votes, Hol -
I Is elected governor In He lost a court fight, but challenged ley held his opposition firm. WOODROWWILSON'S
Tuesday's election, he has Alexander for the chair-'I Then It melted and the mea- Right must b. bated upon the common strength, not upon
pledged to wield a minority manship. He lost to a third candidate sure was approved.
the Individual strength, of the nations upon whota con.
weapon to give Florida the kind Tom Fairfield Brown of Holley campaigned against the

of government ho feels it should Tampa.In I amendment ida's claiming that Flor- ........ II Ike StR'!. Jen. 22 ctrtpeaca will depend "
I have. i the Legislature Holley university facilities were
like most Republican members'has 'adequte. Again he lost. 1911.
Holley would use the veto.
"In the Florida House of Rep I sponsored little his statewide bill I! And then he ran for governor THEN, on April 2, 1917, Woodrow Wilson went before Congress to ask
I resentatives (where he has I II legislation. Probably one Holley Is strongly conserva-
for declaration of ,
Germany
I served two terms), I had one r that attracted widespread atten-l|tive, an ardent backer of GOP war against
vote," Holley says. "I could not I tion was a proposal for a leasl-,presidential nominee I Barry ,
[stop waste and corruption. As bitty study of a toll highway!Goldwater. His best chance for

I governor, I can stop It-with the I from St. Petersburg to the Tal-l election Is to ride a strong Flor. FRANKLIN D.ROOSEVELT'S.
[veto lahassee area that would span ida vote for Goldwater Into the "It Is null clear to m. that International problems can b.
power.
marshy areas of the Gulf of governor's office.
The veto power, he says, Is an Mexico. Holley's hometown I solved at the council table *'
j! element of state (Charles Holley the Republican If he Is elected. Holley says,
government
Important
.
press labeled It "H o I ley''s I "" I. Adolph Hitler Aeril 14.
that has been neglected candidate for governor Folly.. :he will veto any new taxes or 19n.FRANKLItI.
[tinder Gov. Farrls Bryant's ad- of Florida has wagedan any' Increase in present taxes,
|ministration. uphill election battle that Holley, Instead has used what I I eliminate the need for new taxes
ends Tuesday with the voters. l.ttle: veto power his GOP minority ,by eliminating governmentalwaste D. Freedom from fear meant world-wld reduction of
.,Holley was nol always al Here's a report on Holley the coud muster on legislation and duplication, seek repeal armament to such a point end In such thorough fashion
'j minority man. He was born 401| man, and Itolley the candidate sponsored by Democrats. Most of the intangible tax, see ROOSEVELT'S that no nation will ba I In a petition to commit ." act ofphyaicnl
years ago In Jacksonville to .lWhile ly the 14-member minority has the legislature reapportioned by aggraition againit any neighbor-anywhara In
time I II ".. .. ......... the world. "
. i Democratic parents at a -- ---- had little success. I,the legislature Instead of a Fed ? .d."' hR.

' "'''''hen, In his words, "Republicanwas studying law and government I But when a large majority was eral court, and build roads with. 19, 1949.
still a dirty word" In Flor at Puke University and needed out waste or scandal\
to give the proposed $250 Franklin D. Roosevelt went before Congress to
THEN D.c. 8 1941
ida. on ,
the University of Florida Holley I million state higher education Above all he ,
will dust off and
--- ----- II Even in that address, ha uttered -
ask for declaration of wor against Japan.
found himself agreeing with con-I bond Issue. emergency deslgna- use the v.to.
-- -- United States at with that nation and
woi
Hero's Burial servative principles.He -- these wordS The peace

began practicing law in St was still 'In conversation with its government.toward the mointen-

For Spaceman Petersburg in 1950, and was one of peace 'in the Pacific."

I''elected to the Florida House 10
HOUSTON Tlx. (API) A,!years later. In 1962 he was When money t bt
hero's burial will be accorded :j named minority leader.A .
astronaut Theodore C Freeman I fIg.\ HARRY It In due time I believe those countries which now op-

Wednesday In Arlington National -, gregarious fellow, this man needs mount L r..s1.lCLfTHI.! pota ul will abandon their dilutions and join with the
Cemetery following services I!with the retreating hairline, he TRUMAN' free nations of the world In a just settlement of "Utornetlonol -

Tuesday at Seabrook, Tex., near |has prved also a fighter, bothin VACATION I differences. *r
I his own party and In the LegIslature ..borrow confidently I Uenevrel Uim. J.... If.
here. j rM IL'N.! 1949.
I from HFC
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Freeman. 34, I former Air -- STALMrTS I
killed Saturday THEN, on June 27, 1950, Harry Truman gave the United State this
Force test pilot, was Whe" your pia.. .' [""L. fNCISIproblem.
when his T38 Jet crashed, Train Crash ., call fer _...,- _ message "I 1 have ordered United Stores Air and Sea forces to give the

on a routine training night. I Filial lo :39 H* HFC I Get money t. pay bill or Korean government troop cover and support..
.
Freeman leaves the widow ether "team... fU the HUM.,. buy a better ttr. ..

Faith Freeman and daughter,I BERLIN (API) Two trains utftt the family..cruel., so for any ether worthwhile <(
Faith Huntington Freeman and",collided Sunday night in Com- pur,.... Borrow Mnlldmtly' repoykntly. ceasel- Henry Steele Commo,.., Applatoit-Cantury-Crottt, 1951'LET'S )

his parents. Mr. and Mrs. munist East Germany, killing 39 at HouMrwId Flnenee.Barrow .
Freeman of Lewes, Del. John/persons and injuring more than

Air Force investigators 100 others some seriously. up to SGoo

planned to move the plane The official East Germannews Take up ta 24 months to repay LOOK AT TODAYS

wreckage to a hangar for recon agency ADM said the accI-

struction to determine the cause dent occurred at Langhagen, 40 Aid about credit life In.........en h..ne el iron rein -
of the crash of the supersonic miles south of the Baltic port of

swopt.wing craft. ,Ro tock. A freight train overran I FINANCE

There was speculation the:a stop signal and crashed Into i elf STATEMENTSJOHNSON

plane collided with a flight ofi the Berlin.Rostock express.

geese while landing at nearby I Flights Begun 107 W. University Avo., 2nd Floor
Ellington Air Force Base. ,
Over Protests I PHONE FRonklln 64524Iftkjf" : GOLDWATER:

Tornado Toll I It If you hive a fallow who
BERLIN IAP British European "We era going dawn any
says ho'i going to bury
RAGUSA, Sicily London
toll from weekend of tornados 'daily service between *f fN.E.T's .. a thoval. I would Uo to
In southern Italy rose today to and Berlin despite East German lead ta p..e.. W. think that ana day anAmarlcor

six dead, with 150 Injured.hundreds ,/protests that civilian flights to 11 meet the Ruisiana halfway President
of homeless and dam. ;the Communist-surrounded city would ..". 'Our grandchildren -
age that officials said might I,are illegal.A ima'o or even further than will not lire under

exceed $30 million. Viscount turbo-prop planel I CrisesPREMiERES half way If that Is nat Communism Your
children will MM under
made!
One tornado hit southern Sid-|'carrying 35 passengers
-Pr. Coiforenca dom.Milt larry
ly Saturday Another swept over,,the Initial flight from London] TONIGHT WITH aitary. Goldvotar TV interview,
I:Sunday without Incident. Dae. 27 19$).
the toe of Italy Sunday .1 II May 14, 1964 II

I The Young Americans


Need a Ride WHO ARE THEY? Isn't II' Time We Try



To PickA WHAT WHERE 00 ARE THEY THEY WANT GOING? ? Another Way To Prevent War!



Winner! 1

T LET'S KEEP AMERICA
I If you need a rideto


the polls or a baby { OUT OF WAR THROUGH STRENGTHVOTE

sitter while you .go to vote



Phone FR 1-3591



VOTE DEMOCRATIC.elect ., GOLDWATER TUES.

NOV. 3
(TONIGHT 9:00. WUFT-TV CHANNEL s FOR

PRESIDENT JOHNSON LI r.r.ru..es -- ".. A.-4oI4wtI.. fer ._w...ea.......,

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Gainesville Sun November 2, 1964
I 14_ Monday ........-. {



I; Rumors Following Shooting Added to the Confusion' I



}' (This li the ilxth of a series [I fired, and had driven him house a deputy constable, Seymour garding the veracity of the police American embassy and began 1 until! Marina Oswald revealed,onstrated that he could ind did 11,500 during three yekrs in thl
i of articles by Jack Wilson ana across town. The report proved Weitzman, identified It! negotiations to return to the I the: Information on Dec. 3, 1963."I live very frugally. Marines.

l. lyzing the Warren Commission false when It was discoveredthat as a German Mauser. It was I 'Skeptics fought to cast U.S., the special payments abruptly Speculation that Ruby shot I! The balance sheet, covering Oswald was not an impressive s ,
findings on the death of President Oswald had been Identified actually an Italian gun, a,doubt much of the correct stopped. I Oswald: "to keep him from talk- all his known income and (U figure[ not the towering villain
John F Kennec'y.t riding on a bus and later in a Mannlirher Carcano which ievidence later developed and to Aside from the fact that there i ing" or for some other conspiratorial his known expenditures, showed historians might prefer. It violates -,
,taxicab. only vaguely resembled a find support for their own was no evidence that the Russians I purpose persists today, that he seldom had much over all the rules for a littli t
By JACK WILSON But Police Chief Jesse E. :Mauser theories In "these early police were using Oswald as a ,despite total lack of evidence. (200{) a ,rnonth Income, frequently man with no accomplishments I
Cowlcs Washington Bureau Curry, In one of a numerous During one press conference statements subversive agent, Oswald him. '"There la no evidence that Os- a good deal less, but he and no ilgns of greatness to !
WASHINGTON D. C. Rumors string of Interviews and press though. Wade repeated the When it became. known that self was the best evidence that 'wald and Ruby knew each other j still provided himself and his commit a crime of such im-
the two cha- statement that the rifle was a Oswald was a self made Marx. i 1 himself
of large scale conspiracies conferences during they weren't. or had any relationship through'family with at least the essen- mense consequences all by

domestic and International, .. ,. It would be hard to find i i i third party or parties," the I,tials. On the evidence though
began developing within minutes i i i :: "H: less likely spy. He was young, 'commission said. The commission concluded he did.

after President John Ken ,, -" "'f' .\' ;";'.'.' ';. "" .".f'fIM, ; had a very limited education, It had been suggested that I that ,there was no reason t 0 NEXT: Scientific crime delection -
nedy was assassinated last iiJJ1ietm: ,. a. "a".1I.l.' no great practical experience, possibly Oswald was heading for I doubt that he had accumulated! methods got a real testy
Nov 22. During the succeeding .. ; \ : "' Vii and an unstable character. He Ruby's apartment when he left '1

months they spread and grew ,.,.-.=..,...,,-. ... .,." .. ., _'_.. -- couldn't get along with people, his rooming house half an hour'
.P'-T. n. '-' -.c '
and spawned new ones. I and showed Immature' Jud- after the assassination. They NEED A RIDE TOPI'KAWINNER
Some were based on not otic days of Oswald's Imprison Mauser. thus adding support to st, the natural next step was i'i In almost everything lived In the same general area,
much but wishful thinking and ment repeated the rumor as the theory that there had been the rumor of a Communist con. he tried. but the commission was unableto
fiction but most of them had fact. I more than one rifleman in the spiracy. This rested at first on While he was In the Marineshe find any evidence that Os- '

some small basis In fact or Wade ,plot. j police statements Indic a ting was a radar operator a wald knew where Ruby lived.
District Henry
Attorney
in what the investigating officials contributed liberally to the flow Wade also told the press that that more than one person trade at which conceivably he When Oswald got o u t of the
said was fact. of inaccurate Information that he was satisfied that Oswald was involved In the shooting! might be of some use to an Marine Corps and headed for' I If you need a ride to the pells or a babysitter while

For Instance was fed Into newspapers, radio, had prepared for the assassination Later discoveries were twistedto enemy. Russia he had $1,500 In cash I! you go to vote .
Shortly after the shooting a In advance including fit the pattern.It He undesirable Skeptics argued that he could
and television from official I months was given an
bystander told police that an sources. what he would tell the police was said for example, discharge after he defected to not have saved that much on Ph. FR 2-3591
had
unidentified
Negro picked the murder rifle was If he was caughtWade that when Oswald went to Russia and tried to renounce a Marine enlisted man's pay, i
Lee Oswald When
up Harvey near Russia In 1959 and when his American and therefore someone e 1 lie ,
he citizenship and!
the Texas School Book Depository )found hidden on the sixth floorof said Oswald had told a I I VOTE DEMOCRATIC
must have financed the
ware- returned In 1962 the S o vie I t told officials at the American trip. i
book bus
depository the that President
from which the shots were the woman on the ELECT
had been shot. The evidence embassy gave him special ,embassy that he would tell the I The commission, in an exhaustive 1
was that It was another fast treatment on his visa ap- 'Russians anything they wantedto study of Oswald's finances i PRESIDENT JOHNSON
plications.The know about our radar. for the 18 months preceding ,
passenger who made the state- ,.. Adv.
For TransportationTO ment. commission examined This Is not conduct calculatedto the assassination d em-1 I

The district attorney said Os- several similar applications impress an enemy intelligence
THE POLLS wald was carrying a map and found he got no special agency looking for re J

marked with the route of the treatment. cruits. VOTE TUES.J
1 Phone 376-1203 presidential motorcade, when In It was said that his Russian- The Warren Commission reported
fact the map simply showed locations born wife would not have been another (Interesting rumor
of buildings In which i allowed to accompany him to : "The Dallas police us- AND THE CHOICE IS YOURS!
AND VOTE FOR Oswald had tried to get a job this country unless he was on a pected Oswald and Ruby (Jack
l before he went to work in the,secret Soviet mission.It Ruby, who killed Oswald In the st DON'T VOTE AND THE CHOICE
BARRY GGLDWATERPd. depository. developed that similar basement of the police station) IS THEIRS

..,.) treatment had been accorded of being involved in an attackof
I ( He also said that Oswald's
General (Edwin) Walker and ,
I description and name had been other couples about whom !
ip HAYDONBURNS
planned to arrest the two men ELECT
there .
broadcast by police radio before was no question.It when the FBI Intervened at the -
he was picked up, when the was revealed In Oswald's
request of Attorney G e n eral
act was that his name never diary that he had received extra ,,
Robert F. Kennedy and asked
4 for 3 SALE was broadcast before Ms arrest. pay while In Russia, and do
the police not to so for reasons
"Though many of the inaccu- the theory was advanced that of state." &q/

acles were subsequently cor- he got It because he was This report appeared first in
Good. rected by the police and are negated marked for an Important assignment a German weekly magazine GOVERNOR OF FLORIDAFOR
Buy any 3 First Line Original Equipment by findings of the commission as a spy or assassin. printed three or four days after

year Tires the sire to fit your car and get ," the report of the Warren The extra money, supplementing the President was shot, and '
Commission said, "the publicizing his meager pay as a factory later appeared in the National FREE RIDE TO POLLS
the 4th Tir. AT NO ADDITIONAL COST. worker, came through the Russian
of unchecked information Enquirer of May 17, 1964. CALL 376-2456 or 376-2457
provided much of the basis Red Cross an agency of "The commission has been
for the myths and rumors that the government. reliably informed that the state rd Adv.

CUSTOMSUPERCUSHION came Into being soon after the Oswald's wife told the Warren ment was fabricated by an editor I
'resident's death. Commission and the Central of the newspaper," the War

'" \ "The erroneous disclosures Intelligence Agency c o nfirmec ren Commission report said. A LETTER FROM BARRY GOLDWATER ON
"I Th* fr..l-folnf Goodyrtr became the basis for distorted it that "it Is standard prac- "No evidence In support of
B original equlpmonllualhol'a reconstructions and interpretations tice in the Soviet Union I for this statement/ has ever been
I JJ the Inorlla of US ear nuk- of the assassinaalon. The Americans and other I foreign advanced or uncovered. In their
au. Quality built service necessity for the Dallas author. defectors from countries with investigation of the attack on SOCIAL SECURITY
'- tMlwi,nod.viil.hl.ala vary Ities to correct themselves or tobe high standards of living to be General Walker, the Dallas police -
C I'1 I > ...onblt coit. Th* but corrected by other sources subsidized so that he will uncovered no suspects and f

rayon-cord tin for Ui* money gave rise not only to criticism not become disillusioned and re- planned no arrests. The FBI .....
any wh.rt of the police department's competence turn to his native country" had no knowledge that Oswald Dear Fellow American : t.:
SINGLE TIRIprlcti
'I but also to doubts re When Oswald went to the was responsible for the attack
start it The Democrats ore trying to capture the votes of the Senior Citizens r,;a'
\\I by making the false claim that I am against Social Security. This is not true. .:
$ '75Blackwill
Viewers 'OverExposed'To I have always supported the Social Security system and all genuine ?fno-"
17u measures to improve it and Increase benefits. I "hove voted for the following
f '
plus tat Social, Security bills since entering the Senate: the Acts of 1954 1955 1956. :.
.' off yotr cir!* lei I Television CampaignBy 1953, and 1961. I supported every provision of the 1964 bill but the" King-
i Anderson hospitalization rider which would hove mod: the system bankrupt.
GOODYEAR NATIONWIDE 'NO LIMIT" GUARANTEENo CYNTHIA LOWRY Friday night's "Reporter" I would have voted for the bill if that rider had not been attached to the
IM".I .. .... .'/No Unit' til mil.t/No Unit' n It rMdl/Nt limit M .
to .,OId lor the intl'O ,III! ol the Cut I AP Televliioit Radio Writer was a routine retread about bill by a bare majority of the Senate.
ILL .IW coonrun AUTO null .,! .U...MTHO stem, ", and matrl.le and .0'''.I 'ood board,, ,s.pl tCP&nbt.punalur.s. NEW YORK (API) It has exposing a fake charity "Mr. During the final days of the recently ended session of Congress the

I looovrM Tim mill UNDER THII OUKIINTII ter ., nun tiwi I been long road to the Broadway" on Saturday told a Johnson Administration wrecked the House-Senate conference on hospital-*
10 000 Cood,nf Milirt' id ,IKo Un.lid Suits and r.r.4> mil mitt a rocky zation financed through Social Security The Johnson Administration's attitude
allewanc. an i' l". based tn or IIMI ma ipm rtni,mmt, I'dcmrinl predictalbe tale about the glam
GOO", voting booths. And after this is very dog-in-the-mangerish, : if they cannot have ,hospitalization on
final rugged weekend I'm still orous, temperamental actress their terms the old people cannot ,have anything. It is all or nothing with

NO MONEY DOWN I undecided. I don't know whether who throws things when irked them no compromise and the old people shift for themselves
Even Tammy Crimes couldntdo
USE OUR EASY PAY PLANCLARKE'S I'm for Chet or Walter, for Da- much for the script. Both the House and the Senate had overwhelmingly approved an increase
vid or Howard for Edward or in cash benefits to the aged; but four of the Senate Democratic
Eric. Recommended tonight: "The conferees, under instruction from Lyndon Johnson refused to yield on the
SHELL Andy Williams Show" NBC, matter of hospitalization, under Social Security Thus" the proponents of
+r I do know however, that likea 9-10 EST-with Fred MacMurray King-Anderson were willing to deny to the aged any benefits whatever

Tire Service R. lot of other. voters to-be I am as guest star: "Slattery'sPeople Among the benefits which the Johnson Administration refused to

S. MAIN ST. AT 4th AVE. PH. 6-6553 MISS fElL eyeand ear weary after eight ," CBS, 1011Richard allow to pass these are included :
weeks of campaigns and likening Crenna as a young state law
to political oratory in news maker confronted with an adoption 1. a $7 increase in monthly case benefits
Young SingerTo shows and paid political broadcasts problem. 2. liberalization of the work test in order to permit the agedto

The repetition got me supplement their Social Security benefits with part-

v Write-in Portray down. I am also weary of the time jobs
N networks' constant promotion of Ditch Plane 3. Social Security benefits for widows beginning at age 60,
Candidate 'Mimi' Here election rather than at age 62.
their night
upcoming TAIPEI, Formosa (AP) A 4. Social Security benefits for dependents who are attend

5' (T. Wakefield) coverage I U.S. cargo plane from the PhilIppines ing school up to age 22 instead of age 18.
two old
r' Twenty year Mary; The 1960 presidential year had with two pilots aboard'developed 5. liberalization of the gross income upon which farmers
Beth Peil brings to the role olMiml"
for : excitement and drama for tele- engine trouble Sun may elect to pay Social Security.
the Ideal attributes for
because I day and the pilots ditched it I ir
'Ion viewers
this poignant role. Her beauty,'" largely Adequate cosh benefits and hospitalization cannot both be financed
Troy W.ktt.old youth, and captivated soprano nf the so-called "great de- the Formosa Strait about 1!S through a Social Security tax In order to provide "hospitalization, the cash
Supervisor of Registration of voice make Puccini's heroine t:I bates" There seem to be a 1,miles south of the Pescador benefits presently paid 20 million, recipients under Social Security would be

living tribute to the everlasting',general (feeling this political Islands. jeopardized.
Alachua County appeal of love. season that our campaign periods .I The US. Taiwan Defense

I Solicit your iuo tt end wrltt-1 ...a A student of Madame Lot t t, are just too long -for candidates Command said Chinese Nationalist Yours sincerely,
Lehmann Mm Peil In spit; and voters. I and U.S. search plane'
ELFCTION NOVEMBER 3, 1964 of her youth. has a (ormidabU ee! Trade rumors persist that located the pilots and a shi[P Barry Goldwater

background of operatic successes CBS is on the verge of some:picked them up unhurt less thane I IM. Ad., Coldwotor (of ftuitnt Comes,",.l
HOW TO CAST A WRITE-IN ranging from "Per Fleder. drastic activity relating to somn three hours after they ditched.
rnaus" through! the A mer Icai :I
of its expensive dramatic i
VOTE FOR T. WAKEFIELD premiere of Picrne's "S 0 ph t'I! shows which are having indicnce .
Arnould" at the Peninsula Mu- troubles
sic Festival Dr. Thor Johnsoi,
conducting Two of them The Report Yes Democrats.

'I MIss Pcil can he he a rd a::I er" and "Mr. Broadway," lion
rk'I' Mimi in the "La Bohsme" per. creative children of Jeromif : .

tnrmanoe of the G o I d o v s k ; WeidmAn and Garson Kani eP
Grand Opera Theater at Flee,-i, respectivelycontinue to limjI : You

SUPERVISOR or RE6ISTRATIOM'1n S.Ida Gymnasium, Tuesday, Nov.1 I' along. with silly cliches of sriea to- CAN Vole For




; w r r BARRY GOLDWATERDespite
MIIEY

0 [ the rumors, ANY REGISTERED VOTER Democrat
or Republican
-tH-H WRITE IN ON NO. 26 i can vote on Tuesday for BARRY GOLDWATER'! ,

T Wakefield the voting WHEN YOU GO TO THE POLLS.
Write n his name on the" ballot. Just tell uS now much c._ ,' .../I. .. vw 1. You will.flnd, a qualified Republican-appointed poll watcher,, there o.
machine His" name will NOT appear on you need ta pay old TM 'i I.It. to Mo
After entering the voting machine booth close the b i Is frr home fms" '.!!-'" Panty: .,.::," you preserve your voting rights.
curtain as usual' hft cover above the" Supervisorof r-civtm* i ts, car r.. 111500 ill.00 : $2300 Over 100 poll watchers "have been legally certified by the Republican
Registration with one ,hand, with! other" hand itonl pairs. for all your. 2(900 1(00 $37003100)/ candidates to observe the elections and to report any irregularities.
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write-m T Wakefield Bring Your pencil-BE PREPARED Phone for prompt 33100 2000 10000! 3439 YOU CAN HELP ELECT
t Write T Wakefield neatly legibly, no courteous service r_ III''''' _...... ",..,.... BARRY GOLDWATER!
I II ,
other name Will count as a vote for T Wokefield you suspect any Irregularities in the voting procedures, seek the" assistance
T Wakefield desires to be your Supervisor of Regis LOANS UP TO $600Iimm of your poll watcher" They are qualified to report any illegal or suspicious
activities to the authorities.
tration. You con make him your supervisor by you' proper

write-in vote for T. Wokefitld.A [ ( FOR TRANSPORTATION, PHONE 376.1203

von for OfTfl Wokttuld" means, a aroduat honest *admmistrohon end alumnus.0'0 tKUmvfnity : ON TUESDAY, VOTE FOR

Quality government d'gnty. courtesy a.paroatIC. iW OII- FINANCE SERVICE, INC.
utility end trust Ml time waKhdog service In the .ttict BARRY GOLDWATER
If you need ass vtorxr ,.n olinj th,I rit-m volt, tall a poll CI' Gainesville

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9 movie queen Natal)', Fate>'e\" By "spiring articles about L :'0. Del' >am Jr, labor- BoysI
happenigs
, a girl with one of the slinkie- MRS CH \RLES P PII.UV: I in the children boo : ory diiector HI Sunland Tram I

, shapes In the Soviet Union I orld. and reviews of books fni.ulilren i ng Center here has bt-ui e'ecled .. ... .
1 (Mrs.. fillaiis who it w riling I --
reckons I and young' adults for the
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can Medil
earn rating
nionmoney this column fur :Motional I Builder Club -'test The Boy*' Club will
1 'j
., in Moscow than In Holly l'hildrea'a Book Week, Is ('nil- The library has muny ('(llIl '. III l S<.K-ntisi. "alt' honor con pllcation.i| are now ilabcatjaln! | !/ take part in the Nation-

. eoR' wood. drei's Librarian l l 111M |I ions of stories and poems" per I'erred bthe \mcrfcimkdl it the Bo)a' Club for enroll',al Bojs Club of America
: j l act fur reading aloud Ledlead ,: nenl In the Builder Football Throw
Cainettille Public Telescope Contest
Library eal T'!:'liii0jiMs| during
"
'I am highly\ paid, she told Aldud" by Ruth tlagll.irlo Rrc.hain ha tub Boys are urged not to de-ilhe month of November

newsmen, "by any .ttamlard*." November I 7 is a special I Like contains"Die Elephant's familiar Child stor i e i. authored !evr>i" "+sal ay: tno long In em'oiling w> Indicates and age groups will be

Her annual income In rublesIs I|i,eck In libraries, sclxHils, .as veil that mil articles put> aluable instruction will not announced ihortlyje
as some
.monies, and bookstores across ml'alllnew .I liilied in the missed Dr Robert Huff-( Basketball-Basketball starts
Ir equivalent to more than $100,- ( reading adventures foi
lOut nation The week is the ,national and imann Is starling his it i x th [)ember 9 for boys 1114 and
official imosl readers. \ few
000 at the rate Fur her;: I other good ,
''time lor the 43th Nation ChI state J- wear as Instructor for the January fur the other
| \
Icolleclions age
apartment in Moscow, she says,i'dren't are "Chimney Corner ml'lll'al. i it ,club uiminu'
Book
[ Week. Since 1919, tec h n lo
n
t{ \
i1 | Stories by Veronica Hut.thinwn
she pays around $6 a week t
when leaders working with children ": Journals I'bytkul Mlneis -Memlwrs
"English Fairy Tales, '"
Wj/ Now In London became aware of the lack A furntrl lof the
to publicize I by Joseph Jacobs, "The Favorite i Physical Fitness class AN wL
week of Soviet films Nalalyi. of good books for children. Book Fairy Tales Told In president "i the 'tare receiving utatniclion each

1/ I 25, u giving the West glimpseof Week has been celebrated annually series by Virginia II a Hand\ :Florida Sin I I ..I Tuesday) and Wednesday at 4'pm. .

a hitherto little known breed to encourage the writing' 'The Wonder Clock," by How tSocie i \ M in ekeixiHes trampoline, b1YSN TNI4f.1rwM.r. /
r. I and publishing of high quality lard P)Ie. Routabaaa Sto- ';'AmerkanIedl! BecUmm wrestling, tumbling, and track. .. er'"_!q.""

t -the Soviet sex symbol books for boss and girls ,tries," by Carl Sandburg, I n decal i Technologisb and Associate iBo>'i 7 12 ue liulled to NOW I HOKNOK HITS

I/ Auburn-haired, leggy and with The 1964 theme for Book'The Arbulhnot Anthology o f{i of the Amerk.n. College of bring their gym shouts Uhirt. OPINt 10, SHOW 7,00SIUNITSIATIASI,

V a 36-25-37 figure, Natalya It afar I Week is "Swing Into Books." Children's Literature" I Medical Technologists, Brck-land (tennis shoes 2]

cry from the puddingshapedfemale {,Swinging into books Ii usually Mrs Fenner says in "The I ham d also mist northeast reIRlnnal Dropnui rrogram \olunterr AT 7:00

easy for a child, but walkinginto Proof direilor III the Male w- teachers are needed to help PAT IOONI
I in the West's popular of the Pudding, 'Two THI HORROR OF IT ALL
x ,! notion of Soviet womanhood. I a children's aectlon of a(little girls were walking along cielyHe with Instruction In the Boys'

library can be a baffling experience I(dusty mountain road In a fav IS a member of the Internalion.il Club Dropout program. The ION AT CNANIYWITCHCRAFT.:H

+ ; till, Posing for pictures at a Soviet for a parent. Buying orite mystery story Suddenly) | Societf Clinical Ub-,;,:leather would be assigned not'
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Embassy: reception Thursday the RIGHT book for that special one of them exclaimed. 'I'm so[oratory T'/:hnoloRio. American more than three buys once i

I ActresNi Natalya Fateyva. right withmerican Natalya said: "I would makt a Christmas gift also requires :so full of pentupness I COlli I d I AsjiMiatinn( fur the Advancement 'I week for a two hour period AT 1:47WtreWolt
ilm star Kim Novak when the latter \lsiled Moxmw. If at least a casual knowl- of Science the Students below In e Girl
film In London or Hollywood (I scream: That's the way I feel I National are average In
THE CIRCUIT' COURT O. 'lOllIOA'iT" I was offered a really good part. edge of children's books. Choosing when I think of children and I Society for Medical Re*,sthool and many have received Dorm

JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT 'N AND":) Rut I can earn more money In from the colorful array of,,books. Children are thrilling I search and the American Socie->failing grailrs this past quarter .I

"'L"'C"UA- -"ANce"" COUNTY UF IIO4S :Moscow" books available today In libra with all their frankness their'ity of Tropical Minims ami Hygiene ( In junior high school
\ "AII. ries and bookstores makes 'Teachers interested) should l SUBURBIADRIVEIN I
.''n" ". eagerness and freshness of out,
:Married and with one son. some parents want to In other adivin. contail the (
scream look Blake are thrilling with 1 I Bwkhamis .toys' Club
,
NON 0.HAll,._,., ,I'4th WaterWork :Natalya started acting at the for help. Librarians and teach- their words and vitality and' a JIIIst officer of American'i Art anil Crafts-Allen Wrlghis THEATRE

Vernon NOTICE H.II TO APPEAR age of 19. ers are always glad to cometo satisfyingnesa. Bringing the two Legion Post No 18. Catneiville.iand : ii the new addition to the SHOWTIME 7:00

o David Hill. "I get mobbed by fans amimy their rescue but there areseveral I together I Is one of the most exciting holds membership In the,tatty,' Club staff and Invitee all +
103 OcMn AOmu.J.rny .
City, Now itnrt Shop I fan mail comes to over 1OM I good books written es-| things t know HDon't lAlachua' County Spurl m.m A*!Bo>*' Club members to comeInto I,r
u erg hereby notified that a our' pecially for parenta who are all iicialion.! the Florida and Na-| the Crafts shop each Sat, 1' 'AP. s
lulty Kn ben n brougni agalnit' youDorll letters a week. People are forever we agree SWING I .
W Mall, In lh. Circuit Cowl" State well drillers will "tap" concerned about the quality ofi I INTO BOOKS! faunal Wildlife ferientlnn A1 I urclay for Instrut-tinn In draw. i

in County judicial, RIor.Circuit.... The M n.and'...for of All*h* a reservoir of information which(i ringing me up I their children's reading. Korean War veteran, h* serv-l:trig painting, mold \\uik, cvr \ 7I

,ii for a divorce Vou ar.cniid ArD cuatooy, tumrnonordered Mtupperfc will.be offered by water resource Natalya has now acted 1 in I "A Parent's Guide to Chi bdren's The following is i list of re- ed oversea ai a sergeant in I''limits. clay and many other 11 vtivlties < HOUSE I IS

*Mirealllre| to (He you'f I eight films."Rulslan Reading," by Nancy rent acquisition the Library J. the Medical Corps I ,
)
[ by
answer or ........* to ttie Com. and well Industry speak

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County Florida." M or belorecernber women to be beautiful. But they CKNKIUL:
IH4* end I* Mrvo 14 copy here Saturday and Sunday to children buying books, encyclopedias member of Alpha Tau Omega VISITWEEKIWACHIt
..,..... I
.cl enawer or upon Richardilaon want them Intellectual<1, Thai i The Cow People" (IJ Frank
and Maternity He
/ PHinlllll Attornw tinemo The annual work oVI magajme.s, and !I graduated from f
shop is
.dd'.... U I.eouth0sfrd, ilr 01'. difficult and that takes amusing children's interest In ,Dubie) earthy, entertaining the Florida College of Medical ;

ivllle fill 01091014.On not .. pocrM. Pro Con I signed fur well drillers, water Lime." the world of books. Dr. Lar- I excellent study of the T e x a s Technology in Miami He Ii an'

"rille will "demanded ae entered In agaml Ihe Complaintnni you 'for{equipment and pump dealers rick's helpful book Is also/ cattlemen of a bygone era associate member of the I'nl-

,. my.40,0140 ClotS ol. ..'land{ anyone Interested in home Show available in paperback.For "A Ship Called Hope" (Wm. B versify of Florida Alumni As. IIIm1J
i> Cour Alaclw '-" Fieri1M ProbesMolivutions -
r Walsh MDi I the
(Ml et .... Court,.l HeinevAlechve |(water systems. Meetings will several l hours full' of firm I tI socintinnMix SHEUEYWINTERS-r
Florida
County. Jtm
mil American
peacetime I
hospital
i OctoMr, "A,D ma be held in McCarty Auditoriumon chuckles and Inspiration, a par. .
ship, Its travels around the I I II IROMANCI """ -
J' I CAHMICHAEI.C'om ol itw circuit CMMI the University of F I lor i d l I enl, teacher or librarian can world and its dedicated staff, I MOOXM' TODAY ROBERITAYLORr-
I"T lULl campus. Registration will start |turn to Phyllis R. F tit n e C'S
RACINe
8.> Only Mfaterltouu described b project HOPE'Sfounder AIIO I
Deputy Clert ,[:Friday. "The Proof of the Pudding:: > I AlliIN Tests lLoool e *at awes lust
| 00:7.5.: 11.77_ ___ ,. --4- I 1 I Of YouthDuring What Children Read" Mrs. and president; 'Math I U Hcluirioil{
NOTICI OP INUN"ON TOIOKTIII ",I" Several guest speakers "I i j 1 1 Fenner shares her knowledge of ematical M.IKIC: (William Simon JAMES PAMELA lot MATURl

lam to Section FICTITIOUS eeS',oe. Fiona NAME pat. discuss curreni? industry developments the books and Incidents from ) tricks and stunts based WEST BRANCH: Iowa iPnTlie / DARREN TIFFIN

nolle..0.... AKred I. hereby I, Hlier given', and Mal Dorltnut mt and problems for the the thousands recent Labor Day her many years of experience, on numbers and requiring!-- biKly of Mr*.. Herbertllimvrr
510. OOlno 6051/1000' 690.1 'hi firm well drillvrs. These Include Dr weekend of American with children In this volume' simple props 'Prestnting : loll; buried bnlde Ihaliof DOUG JWi E Jn..pA B.Lr .
or' Hiereratt, Mlg Co.. Bo> alfeutiM took of
G..... Alacflua County Florida' Robert 0 Vernon of Tallahassee : youths part tn riots guidance designed :Marionettes"Susan( French)- her husband In a brief ere- McCIURE'SOMMERSI
10 ,..bur .... IICIlIl. n.... fights and robberies around the especially I illustrated step by step instructions !
director of the Florida I I Sunday
*m$ the arevllleni ot tnt aloreuldia for parents. Mrs. Ferner's many
| ...te.t Geological Survey; and A. 0., country Why enthusiasm for books and rhil- on making, stringing -, Aleut 80.Olio prrsnnn were l r SOPIih\
Dalrd It talneavllle. 'torlda( IMi 13rd I I
ee fTA Oct. A 0., I'M Patterson of Tallahassee. director Since 1960. thousand of I |dren is ai contagious as the dressing and using marionettes present a week tirller four the\
.. LOI1ENM
.\ ,
|17*> ID III 6.I,Sills I, ItJF5 of the Water R e s o u rces American youths have gone to measles and much more pleas. "Seven Modem American buhul of the former president. t

: op PubLIC-N1A110 I Commission Vernon will speak Africa to South America and ant to catch! Novelists" (Wm Van There was no crowd Sunday All 4L.irlaran J JR l
f Ta.. u to dvlu' that the board .l O'Connor, ed.l i studies by COLOR ]
the 4Pel'Pr
In to other off lands familv'i
water far
r Commlnloneri will hold' public on legislation affecting to Heading can be one of the requtit rfolalla of .a11r4NIa 4 V
_.. at i M p m. en Tueidey. Nofin the state and Patterson will serve our country's Peace mOlt / I recognized authorities on Kdilh the transfer of Mn. Ilimver'n,
and
pleasant reward I In
17 I'M In Room aoi ol itwi g Wharton Sinclair Lewis F PLUS Td7'tLnlcolor1i'rbulrama7U/
11014 i County: Courtnout*. Th* purpose I dismiss water conservation. I ICnli Corps. Why' land cheap) of family artlvi- body from Stanford, Calif. 'lo Itll|
14.0 hearing will Be l* ,...... conk Scott Flrt/gerald, WlIliumFaulkner I I "WONDERS OF
", trail 'h. ,.,r.1 publlt rou1W. [ties Tasting and savor'ng'! all resting/ place overlooking 111051Iver'a :
.f Mr Norwood gll of Business Administration What is It that drives some Ernest IlemingwayThomas MIAMI SEACH"
n. request Hope kinds birthplace' here nut rc.aeM.w
of books were
i granted n19-bsC1u0We, permit to staff members will dis- ()f our nation's youngsters to I begins as snnn Wolfe and iN a I banner I .
|County-owned rlghti' of way for as I small baby listens to "This announced
sales. insurance violent and destructive action West
1 purpote of providing' wftter and tew- cuss water equipment -
...Ic.( en a permit,..... b... M1111ownq and other t: and others to aiding and little pig went to mar k e t" Th Rev Thomas Holm of
I .deicrlbed are I management This I, FICTION i i'Song I Grace: Fplscopal: Church In SII & HEAR THEONE & OHLY
family
I 'tract of land .It..... ,n T < I. business problems with the welldrillers. comforting the less fortunate sharing, continuingeven
,
lit I, and In T f .. R J. I. A110M.witty. world'"The when the baby becomean of Sixpence' iA J"t,(Cedar Rapids/ conducted the JACK CARTER
of the
Florida' laid" tract ol 'landing I people adult [Cronin I a young unnllphlas Interment nervlce The
[ the few 4 ot Sec IS ill. himself eventually I 1 group
,41.lf Ci* "Ihe I, toot all ol"<..of U tet, 106 n., The Work Shop will open with I Young American.." the consists of recommending bonks rated buy i isolation and ordeal I'/'flf'nt| Included the ronpte'i Ixr.rtamlnt/ S..I..Io' tt Out Tim

IItj all of SK 13,155.5 it Iat la welcome by Dr. Marshall 0. first program In National Educational to each other "Let's Read Together as he pastes! from pillar/I I two suns Herbert Jr, and Al.Ira. Oi,.., .... Tk.

part Weaterly ol See ot 13.Stale: T t Road I. II No It U.ETg ,.{Watkins, director of the Florida Te I e v I 1.10 I n's new :: Books for Family Enjoyment ito post among various relative 'I' PEPPERMINT LOUNGE

of Sac ,.. r t $. R (,. Agricultural Extension S. r tr. monthly American Crises serles .1 ," published by the latter his mother' death; "The'i

y 0g part Wealerly 01 500.11450.04205 of Stall Road No 75, Ice. John W. Kriska of Seffnw, presents a penetrating appraisal American Library Association I New Girl" (Elise SangulnettD- APPEARING NITELr MOIl. rhru Set
to Ida N'., of in I 10. T t .. R M Inig .. study of a young girl's 1 751011
wait at Stele Road No. 21 lealat president of the Florida Well of our nation's young It a helpful annotated lint I n g prnllfloIIIIy 4 Ne Ce"er Ne Minimum
portion lying' within tno corporal. Driller's Association, will preside people their views, their t of books to be enjoyed by the during her first year at .TUUOA'
,mil of Hie City of Oelnewllle Flor.f I over the sessions. world, their search for Identity entire family. boarding school, the girl being INGMAR1OMAN'' TOP HAT BAR & LOUNGE

ptrioni wishing" to n.pr,>i Ilitmft tonight at' o'clock over I One of the must valuable aids Felicia Whltfield one of I the 10 QUISTION MAli
on mil, 0, ueil '"' cordially 1 M* It Ml. kook .( CalMvill. m 441o4iage '
i to atland and pan coals ,In tools The Work Shop Is sponsoredby WUFT TV Channel S, I to librarians, teachers and perenU (characters from The Last of

.]>ng, the Florida Well Driller's Is the Horn Book Maga the Whltrield The River of
M OA VISnalrman
sociation, the Agricultural "The Young Americans" focuses zlne Celebrating its 40th annlrtrsary i Diamonds" (Geoffrey Jenkins)
ZL'JL'4'1 ii j the 10"1 on the world of the adventure and In
tension Service and October the magazine ausperue
IHI COUNTY juDSf co'unrMCHUA young to construct a clearer I diamond off the South .J1c'
!S It dredging
Institute for Continuing still adheres to Its 1924 (
COUNTY
purposeof I
['picture of who they are, what /( ( ? (
W. filatlotfOWARO dies. 'blowing the horn for African coast; 'The Flight of .O.o1U
SIAM SttOTICI I I they want, where they fit in, dren'i books" With the Innocenta'Lin. ( Yoking
a
OF FILINO FfTITION what they believe in, and why. rhu.I '
romantic tale of '
a mass :
touch eocapefrom
FOil FINAL OnCHUO' this magazine b r I
I ILL WHOM OF ADMINISTRATOR IT MAY CONCCIN Ilislory Society Surfing at Malibu Beach doIng adulla of all fields Red China to Hong Kong DININGDANCING

] MIc I* ....... given that Joseph W the LImbo In Bermuda goIng through a genuine Interest In I ........ \
lawn, 01 the entile' \ .. .
EDWARD ei Admlnlitrator WRAY S.. decealed. lobs'I Plans MeetingA i to classes at Michigan Slate book for boys and girls Available .... ..'. 1
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t h''. relumi al Administrator' of (
"The Ameri at the the
University Young library,
magazine
I Mats met .e nee hud his MltlonYIn10 -1
"""".'00. and Mati will general meeting of Phi AI.!can." are talked to, listened appears six times a year ,. n\y.uUu\ lnnb COCKTAILS- ,

'41 hi. tne County HONODABLl Judge *t 4100446'M H Cowvwiorid MeWLO ,,pha Theta (History National to, observed, Interviewd. and with personal articles by authors ,
on November inn tor atI -,''Honor Society will.be held at I discussed by knowledgeable eiperts -I and illustrators about _".aII# / !, :.; /11 j"'llaJu.c cow
'. el .... lam and lot lint dar I' r .' i i s | tour 10Ji t90I .W I.... tit,
'.o ae .Administrator, ol the estate the Florida Union on the tintIversity ,their own work. Informative and .. .'.!.. ....
tdwerd Wrey It.. ec- ; of Florida campus at -
III JOSEPH DUNCAN ]I
administrator ofWI' el 7pm. November 11. The Cam-
boon Wray, Sr *ece.>e I Iynew 'ima Eta Chapter of the Society
J Ml on
4rrd at Law I Ivltveaal Invites all members residing in A Financing Plan lot Every Need NOVIMIIR IMt GAINESVILLE 2400 Hawthorn RJ.R .

_.11I.. "Ptorldeie l"t' Street Alachua County to participate FIRST ARIA RUM 20 n 6.5011"YDUN68LDDQRA

> 10,.. 16, i. l d'I in the program dui ing the coming
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..l.ell..1".... to Seellon'TlTIOUI 4,70'. year
I >..... 0.41,. I* hereby given members unable to attend .- Dtl I
a,0l10d. Lamas S. Yancey. doing' tua. i il I, Any Need cash for
4 gnder the tlrtn tun>* e> United1IvIM who would like Ig become COULD FEEL HIM

| lewllle.Center Aiachu; del *nmty.;.evenly.. ,F,orld..A:.:active in the society are re '
to register eid h M .WoUjon.'
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16 GeteeasHle Sue Monday, November 2. 1964

I lie A. GOOD TilW6} i aM YovN6 fIlE ONES I FEEL 50RRy FOR u I SOONO SITTER, ITf

DEAR ABBY rIJ DFAR 6ffAi PtlI4Pt<.w..Ter.L. AND CM 4TAND Ai L TNE5EDLSAPPOINTMENTS W THE OLDER PEOPlE WMOWALTED eEG1t15ESINC eLc1
-. ., I WAREDAoD eecMe, \ Au NI6Hr 'IN nEI ,
Wh. ', ,.., pnbltmr'ft.. : You DtON'T 5NOgf lIP, 0;! FRANI4.'f( tVl! I I-IA rTje I PATCHES FOR>'oi Tb CCME. Hans' v.pELT '

"i't't Get the Facts .r.1, Holy wrl. h Abbes I16S.Imrfy r,5. 5FE You ecr YFAIt

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In the reading ence Get a magnifying glass and magnify "that little bookat 1
DEAR ABBY While I wan living room HI'S WORRIED? V HF' D/ S DCOidNAMELYYO!! BUTS'DOSE
Instead ol
Incident.
the newspaper, a TV repairman was in the same room work. the top" the. I' HIM-A SAFE Y HL WASAt3ACNElORLIKEMLANSTILLHADITTOFACEHE'S -
He had taken the set and there SO MARRIED MAN n < AD AN ITCULIL.DBEOI lEC7 JW +
set.
apart
Ing on our DEAR ABBY: So out of the 536 couples that minister married 4,17RRIED LAOK.TT'NIL II TNEM!! NOWTNASS -- '
were parts ill over the floor, '4y wife pranced into the in one year, 354 asked him to "alter" the dates on their I BOUT /MWKINS+ R/ALWORRYf7 ia

room with her dress hanging open :2n the back. She went wedding certificates? Have I ever lived a sheltered life! I
straight to this TV repairman and asked him if he would In over 22 years of performing hundreds of marriage cere- DAY

mind zipping her up. His hands were dirty, so he just wiped monies, I have never had even one such request. Maybe
them on a rag and zipped her up. After he left I said to they knew I would not have falsified a legaj! document for RACE '/
my wife, "Why did you ask that repairman to do it? my own mother. Or perhaps it's Just the difference betweenthe .

I could have done that for you." She replied, "Y 0 u reyes Californians who marry at home, and those who go to
aren't very good and you can never get that little hook such places as Nevada to tie the knot.
at the top." I told her it would have been better had she Yours,

forgotten "that little hook at the top" if she had to ask a Arnold R. Lewis, Th. D.

strange man to help her get dressed. She says I am making a Methodist Church

mountain out of a molehill. I would like your opinion. Fairfield California
HER HUSBAND S

DEAR HUSBAND: Your wife was behaving like a bit ofall CONFIDENTIAL TO B. L.s It doesn't make much senseto d
exhibitionist on the wrong end of the picture tube. But tell a man who has Just lost his shirt to "roll np his Is BEc. Jet CS ur oI. SSLED { ( i

don't brood about It. Had she been trying to make points ilreves.. If you want to help him, don't GIVE him another SOME v/ITTLES, it'd Tm'I'DOORI

with the stranger she wouldn't have done It In your pre-- shirt; help him to EARN one. rI"ry..... r "OL' BULLET"I k)1) JHEb


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a WUFT O WESH-TV (NBC) Daytona Beach
TO BE IN HERBSOMEWHERE. WRKKAGE HAND MAKES I FOUND
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Monday Evening for the links. the Issues at the roots of 10:00: O Make Room for Daddy 0 '

1:00 O Wells Fargo O I've Got A Secret problems In contemporary O News r (r. 11T' )
O Mike Douglas Singer Robert Merrill hasa American so c I. t y. Tonight O Arithmetic
I:2S: O Moments Sports secret for panelists Bill : "The Young Amer CD Cameras Please E"'tIA1tCTIC '

5:30 a NewKOpe Cullen, Betsy Palmer, icans." 10.30: O B What's This Song?

O World Civilization Henry Morgan and Bess 1.30: O Political Talk-Rep. O I Love Lucy Na Fl. ..' A
IU CD (Color) Local News O Arm Chair Adventures
1:00 Q News, Weather, Myerson.O 10:00: O CD Political Talk- 10:45 0 World of Numbers and
Sports High School FootballHighlightsFinch Bern Forms 1M Cn.w -Os

o Sunshine Almanac O Slaltery's People 10:55 O CD News

1:1 O News Highlights PK Young vs. Adm. Far- "Question Where VanIshed 11:00 O m Concentration
1:30 a D New ragut the Tragic Piper?" O Andy Griffith

O News-Cronklte MO f) 90 Bristol Court Slattery's acting on behalf 11:15 0 Scope No, .
O Reading : GOT ROCKS Nero' HEADTHERES / \ YOU KNOW WHAT EO AFTER WE DRIV
of James and Annette *
Zane Tom, Dick and Mary: 11-JO O CD (Color) Jeopardy A MILLION DAMES DINNER COST THe OLD LADY HOWE,
7:00 O Grey THAJ
Rowan who WOULD GIVE LEFT
will lose the THEIR ARM SIX aUCKS I SAY.HOW ABOUTAPRJVeUPTOTHB
"Return to Nowhere"O After i visit from his Korean orphan they've O McCoys FOR A DATE WITH ME..AND BUY HER AN 1
Mason- much married father, O New Horizons 1 GOTTA TAKE STUPID J CORSAGE IN THBBARGAIN SHE *
Perry. adopted If the agency V NURSE OUT TO DINNERALL / / \TAKE
Dick tells Tom and Mary iI' AND BUY Wl CANT LITTLE
Drama 12:00 O CD (Color) Say When
that placed the child is t FOR THE OLD DAME SHE DRIVE/3HE3 GOTTA
"The Case of the Nauti- It's only a matter of time found Illegal as charged O Love of Life I BRINGS ALONG WITH GO TO WORK IN THE
cal Knot." Retired Harv before their I marriage O Industry on Parade I HER/ MORNING/
too. 10:30 O CD To be announced
collapses
ey Scott resumed controlof 12:15 0 Geology 107
the family mining company O Andy Griffith 11:00 O O News, Weather, 12.1: O News
after his nephew After Barney and Thelma Sports llDAGWOOD
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12:30 O CD (Color) Truth
Rick was sent to Mexicoto Lou have t spat, Andy CD (Color) News, Sports, or w
recuperate from In- agrees with Barney that Weather ConsequencesO l.1
Search for Tomorrow
juries. Now Rick's feeling she may not be the girl 1150 Movie jTHAT'S
fit, but Harvey urges for him. Naturally Barney "JO-" ((1959)) Jack Webb 12:45 O Guiding Light '
nurse Joanna Monford to and Thelma Lou makeup produced and directedthis O Visiting Spanish Neighbors

keep him South of the and Andy's rash remark documentary flavored MRS DITHERS DOES NOT TRUElvou'RI SHB STARTS ,
Border. earns; him two enemies. dramatization of one 12:55 O CD News l I4
O Whit's New- Betty Lynn. Helen night In the city I room 1:00 O News, WeatherO WAIT TILU 45U4 *HS HEAR THE* ABOUT GOSSIP 'm'aMRTDITMERS THE MERSfsLPI GOSSIP,
Children Aneta Corsaut. of a large newspaper Midday NEA4 WHAT HtR FRlSvNOSTHEM.M
Tom Sawyer whitewashes I O Camera Three ,Jack Webb, William Con (D (Color TV Bingo MRS. DITHERS
TODAY
Aunt Polly's fell'lII I th, I:00 O ID Aady Williams rad David Nelson, Whit- O Quest For Adventure Q TOLD A90IJT ME MRS.- 2 DON'T 11 ,
the help of his friends. ney Blake, James Bell. 1:15 B Focus 1 WANT
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(Color) Andy's guest Is I NEAR /Tr
CD Movie Fred MacMurray of "My (One hour, 35 min.) o Elementary Spanish/ r

(Color) "King of the Khy- Three Sons." Sketch.t : 11:30: Q CD Johnny Carson I 1:301D (Color) Left Makea
er Rifles." ((1054) During "Somewhere In France." (Color) Scheduled: Ray Deal
the Sepoy Mutiny' hi I O Humanities C-51
Andy portrays an orderly McKinley and his orches-
India, a half-caste British and Fred the commandIng tra. O As the World Turns
officer Is given command O Science I
officer of the Singing z
of the Khyber Rifles. Tyrone TUESDAY e.sc uLw
69th, a World War I out 1:55: CD News z
Power, Terry Moore, Morning and Afternoon
fit that la losing some of t.M O PasswordO
Michael Rennie, John Its best vocalists to enemy 1.00: O Sunshine Almanac O Loretta
YoungO I SAW
Justin Rolfe. Two rM HOME,
Guy (
hours), action. In a not h- ':15 O ScopeO Sign Off 3 m. T RUTHl lOUJIM 6ETTINOUi

er segment, Fred asks Sunrise Semester 2.34 O CD Doctors "-"e AOot'dTTfO SV AR! k7U SUR! RUTH OMEN OF HER IAR! }t
7:30 O N Bristol Court O mond THE YAWNING WORKS IN
of the
members a O tS IN THE DRESSING RDOM.
House
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: (D Llvlni Words Party "'"'
t: LANDLADY HER
Karen: With her grades family to ad lib a little JANIES7
below ':30 O World Civilization 3:00 O CD Another World RUSTY HAS r Tyrins woirrWTUMM.MM. I tv
Karen while he
par prom. harmony plays
CD Gospel Music O To Tell the Truth FOUND THE .
lies her folks she and the saxophone. ((60 min.) 1:45: Q Pastor's O '001tMJ7TY/ Miecs.-rM SURE
Study 3:25 O News
Janis won't let boys detract O Lucille Ball CD HI AND THE SHE HAS JUSTDROPPED
them from their Neighbor 3:30 O (Color) Yon Don't ANNIVERSARYCAKE / Off
studies. Lucy's delighted with her I.::51 O Farm and Home Say TO JLUP.' M /
Job monitoring parking 7:00 O CD Todav
CRUSHED
I O Edge of Night
O Touch of Fame
meters, and her J Joy O Local News CD ... ON THE
Pals
Popeye's .
Oscar Wilde: "Whom the Weather < flOOR-... ( =
knows no bounds when ,
Gods Would ," 1 4:00: O Match Game
Destroy she writes her first ticket 7:05 O Ranger Hal -
I:Ot f) 90 Bristol Court even if It Is on Vivacar. 7:50 O Local News, Weather CD O Secret Storm

Harris Against the World: 1.00: O Captain Kangaroo Woody Woodpecker
On the day of an Important ':00 O Divorce Court 4.21: O News -
America's Crisis
O
golf tourney, Alan Is O Bachelor Father 4:30: O Leave It T,' Beaver
(Special) This monthly I CD Color Ha WILL ATTS wrrHI WHCN I HAVE WELL, Yfa MYR5CO WHY DO 1o HOW AYI I TD TGLLGWAN
to ( ) Room
supposed squire Best
youngsters Romper O of CrouchoCD f'GD Wa CUEGN! NER THAT TVS ANTI-
to Dee Dee's birth documentary series takesa t.30: O Jack Busy Movie / -4 JZ DON'rjuors7AND S r WITH ME SYCWSHIN CM REM056T DO 1T I FHYiIC1AN it TSTANU SERUM
day party before heading close look at some of CD Jack La 3 'races, RELFAGs ANTI HIM roR TOM- MAY COMG' L
Lanne "It Started With Eve. CAMoN-CUTTELL TITANV asRUM/ PkxWO1NDRUO TO HSU H.R
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Shortly the Canadian Immigration officer and distribute baskets of food, with a Texas sombrero and
19(4 election will be over and told us, "we could
wind up toys, .and clean second-hand
any Johnson-Humphrey but
ABOUT INEFFIGENCy: ?
once again It will be time to with 20 million Republicans clothing. The AiEL6Y TALK
winner could he had
tons left
explain over from the vVIATw 1t01Je $ HE'G 6E MG AHUNDng >; NEVER R6NEM8eR5AAy
mend fences and make up to moving to Canada this year, the reason for the PoAMecs,71oa;
charitywas campaign, 5 R TIMGS INTHE5E tu\ME: .. .
the people who happened to and we Just can't handle that the loser had predicted He could teach the loser the I -- INGPGCTIONG.. I IDO ?
be on the other ..ide.n them." the
country would go to words to "Hello, Lyndon" and
behooves each winner to "But most Goldwater supporters blazes If Johnson got In, and read him excerpts from John- t
search his heart and find wordsof have said they'can't therefore the loser could prob- son speeches. The trick wouldbe A

solace for the loser.In (live In the United States under 1 ably use the gifts. to make the loser forget all .
1960 we made a plea to, 'Johnson and Humphrey. If they wanted to make a about the election. -,
those who had voted for RIChard "We're In sympathy wills community effort we think the Of course there Is always the'EcI t I
( Nixon not to leave the Unit.I them,, but why don't they go I winners could throw a huge outside chance that Barry I ,

ad Slates. As you recall 90 percent to Argentina" post election barbecue for the Goldwater might win the election. .I ; I Il : O
of all the Republicans said In order to help Canada we lows
In the town square Each In this rue there would =
they would leave the country believe It Is up to everyone toI I winner would be assigned a be (0 million ,*opl. wanting to 1
if Mr. Nixon didn't get In. persuade the losing side to remain ,loser and he would be responsIble go to Canada. The Canadian I
Most of these people said they hi the United States. for making him happy seem to have more to too, In '
bOME
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THE'
I naic aiieij'f ai0,
awe DCws: MR.COLUNS!
would go to Canada, which had There are many things that _He could present the loser this election than anybody to ou BELIEVE tax Jsees a ANY cf TMe IIP! Ar ocse C YD s DOPd T MIND I D ii Sae.metro I UM TO TAU
the Canadian Immigration authorities could be done. V 4 WM N HE TELL! Kin a0C7P BOv.'l( nose use maveta ...L.I DaodT UM TO GO HOM6. WITH J UPSET!CAN'T'"TH MMTONKWTJ
worried siik. lOne would be to proclaim a L.. MC CCCiNT kMOW I ww Toil ME i NTH r KNOeY THEIR 1p1 AND OIKT1pN HER! KTe WAR aN:1tf
1TTACuw sNA,ate tsuoso? MIE KNEW! MAME' +
But fortunately most of the,"Take ,a Loser to Lunch i 13: Students Attend USFI i I f lOMC7RRCIWF
i people who vowed to leave Week. During this week the I

the United States thought It'winners would take the losers]I I TAMPA ThlrtelAlathua(Ave; Cynthia Hill 1004 NW ... 1 I

over and decided to stick It to the restaurant of their 1'County students are among a 10th Ave.; William Hunter,
(choke While the losers
out.This were record 6,49S enrolled at the University 302 NW 13th A",; Michael Justiss -
have
year we heard eating the winners could explain '
many Goldwater supporters to them where the losers of South Florida this 1940 NE 9th St.; Ralph

vow they would not stay in the made their biggest mistakes fall.Enrolled Kephart. Jr., 1004 SW 11th SI;
country If President Johnson This would bind the wounds are Thomas E. I Msrva Koger, Rt 3; Jean Pur-

got elected, and once again the and bring the winners and to- Webb of Waldo, and Gainesville .:ser, 2210 NW 2nd Ave; John
Canadian government has re,hers| closer together again. students Thomas E. Allen Zebedee, 2S16 W. University;

quested that people reconsider> Another way to help would I,3017 NE I9th Dr.; Kirby Bone I Robert Kirk Jr. 1311 NW 4th
their threats. I be for a winner's family to,genii 616 NE 1th Terrace; Rob.and Cecil Halladay, 10} NE 19th
"If the polls' .are right," s''pay a call on a k.er's family I ert Cunningham, 229 NW 14th|I PL '


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YOUR SHOPPING IN GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST SHOPPING CENTER




Clean out the Closets t:; Utility Rooms How-Pick up IIItr CLASSIFIED cash Person to person ADS ads are for non commercial users selling merchandise priced 'I

1 10 lAYS 4 UNES $3 ot bring$100 quicker or less action.with the selling price .tat.d In the ad Ho additional Costs for ode that require the full 10 dayi No refunds for eds that



You Word Your Ad.
DIAL 378.1411 A Courteous AdVisor Will Help




14 WuharO,..' Property IS H.UMI for SaleU'TDiRCCTYPOMThUlLOlW IS Has... for Sala IS Hou.il far Sal. II Hou... far Sal. IS H.UMI for Sol. IS HOUMI far Sale 15 Ht m fo, $..1.AnJher .

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THETIME peering ptct. ...... AIM' I 55. no Milt commlMlon. Ptrt t tfHomti OR SMALL SORORITr NW usotlon. for ills or Ins's.P1100W ocepod and other ipectel I toe- toc.ied an ,Urge corner tot tMlont undor .,r-ctlon. In *Ihaol
-: tiiiltad laSs) w'III' cIo<. .ntI dens mMtl' Tht _'1. t. Like new. .ll,> (t) ltdroom, ., ltscf dellgnedConlemportry SN 52631PUONISI4KO "'r... Only 3 per cent down end nelaHborhood convenientta Kifdim,. AdO you, -'or't
........ 011Lok. Icons tossos ,last ".-''nt.J11 Clll 370-1147 to PHIl touch
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-. ta tJSWmIlY '. P.. 1lr. Low''. :\ N. W. .lth Avenv*. Hugh Norttiwsil 1.011100. 521,010.Tiring. uia" IMO end Mt It 221) NorttK.lt lIlt Ter.CCI 1:7I"l: m your color. Khtmt now, ClO
IS NOW. Cs.CIDAS Idwlrdl. Inc, >>4-7 111 N. W. D" Ct. lumptuMI' country living at MS aaulty"'.. Clll uiumipeymenti ino ,1tO. Pttso. Lloyd Myrkk.' builder Pi-MIt.

K.V WAT.RFItONT MOVING I TO JAXODIAT Call M,.. Clrollm. Noyi. :w itter I and ill ,.y weekMM HOME. I l", I OATH LITTLfWOOO ARIA 4 ID. I
IsIs opportunity' will Brand new .mm bedroom 171 UtlGladys : -.. T'...... mil, I7N down, pay IATHS. 1050 to. ft. Central, total, $400 DOWN
Pm", tim M mirktt. W X :510'Sat IrMl bttullrul wittr trout two bath brlcll homo leperilidining Smith Riiltor1HI IIJ ..... ..... bull'-... kllclwn. newly dtcorindIUY '
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Do You Have _r.. tttrtctlvt I '!" homt In Mtyporf tr*. tor your room Iropl. Oilnewlllt horn tr propertyCuMom N W. llrl Ct. Welt Pint, nso: down and 171par qulult ... C.II 37s.L 0450 NW13th ta .
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built for grtcloul. bitch 5 will' rent for HI parma. 3 ImIdoa0001. I .. '". 545010 A.IN .
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Fleridi Room ...
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,.._. (roktrMwulM _,... F.mlly Room ..ItirMbedroemt. Torso b.diso.n. 010,0. It. h.dY Ito bolll rtf.
N 0 bothi. IMcoe. N. W. :urd Ct. GLADYSSMITH WVIISf Itvb' Inc. pit.. ftou. conipit.ly "' ...
Apartment or Iprlngi RdChlifltnd .thrtt bttht. .Ofllci .,..5.".. Wltlulomc. I ..... 5o005. Olt 5-5635 '/2 ACRE LOT
bMulllul kitchen.M .
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"'iy. .Many cuitom fittureiUiKMtf IN NIWOBRRY 3 IR CCI Homo I rend now t IR I ball CI
House to Rent? WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD by towirlng live ..... Ct. for wit, 50own5. 04,550455 ar rlAF-PINISS f II"I 'KM UI homo iltuited en thll lerge wand
Rut Irtlliri tptctlllliw' M Will IrMe w nil outrkjht. C_ $4 SCO an Mrm. of UOO down wIM ly Inveillno In a u 1 Homo ad and 1 londeceped
...ACIU. tact fdwirdi, Inc., All. SAlADS DP MOM MODIL built In tfcli tree by s.'c. lot an NW lilt
LOKI PROPfKTUS Hugh monthly 171 IMSUY :
372-5393 Ava Cant
.'CI heat t A-C Douoncirport.
REMEMBER AOf. I "milti No. tf MtinM' Dor"'... iiln' m,on...,. OT-I55I au.lly vilut and. 0010151. as REALTORYOUR DIRECT FROM "lUILDER. ALACHUA Pttwio$305-501 Urge family too..' bloc'
COUNTKY ISTATI with
0P0-tllt. MADISON PARK I OR I both* T. O ZITIOUIRFR Llrgg prIce' raduced nt commlMlon IIR M.del tolonio MinIng San. kitchen, and much more ll.w
vacancy tlrtplect wind, for stab, .,'c. .-_ Ftmlly M ft comfort at UK bdrmt.MOO I bithi kitchen equipped" ., trom I PM, S PM': begin Will..... you 10 Sea IMty
A rental S.I. | living
H.UIII for
15 'IQ, MOO down. 1700 NW 11* CHOICE "oo, kftoot. PHA or VA. 1103 NE 15th Tar flIng Auouit ,.. Mil: N.W. Jl ". OUTSIDE'CITY
PI, F It U134: tr FR 5.1.5.NIW5IRIY I OMlroomi, I Mm'. Pour 10 .bI. 10. Ow hoow'. Hugll Edwtrdt Inc 37.7t7l. C......,. Set wItS ell other I
COSTS YOU MOIRES SUlLY IN tOtS J .11 Homo I .... LR, Dining' JWK cl\oO. 0,000. 'HA V.'VO. .13.000. Owner wmlt otlii,. ROCKY POINT RD. bedroom, 1 bath, fully air cool No. City.'!"" !" loll .h.nnl"l
It llvlm Arm. ON .... ...ft C. 10001.5
en IMnlIO'' lot 514,000 and two 51 111.150. 5160 Mill "...nco.W..t hornet "VOULL UV IT IViRV N.II\
the ad that Ontrtl hMt bull!.In kllcKtn, ""'. 4 kitchen Lg. ctrport nlct d..... Hills I IR CCI Houw w- 3-11 ocrolCtll TIME" Sails moo.li |i].77i on ::1111I 6,0. uut ....''do City lIon
than "RS LAC'. block mi Mllqutl cools lot very rMwnibli' forciin 372-8404 371-0341: your 101.EXCLUSIVE. It.. Hone L. .I'ft lIre .
ltd Onllruc'lon. 17.00.. $120SW or will flniiKl Shoot 471 Siam. ConI. 15.1. Moat
NEW LUXUIIOUB Wall to 4 OR, 1 bathS, t card'port, CBS 50.011.
= will rent it I IHere's lOll SI,. In.60IO. IlllLITTUWOOD. Idly TO OUY end tny to own. 4 I...'....... I bithi lovely wooded Wall carpeting.CutOmdsIwm. line NW :31th T.,. WSO down toquelllled AREA cal ISO pIll. Poe opel. 10 1Mc.1I
OWNCP. MOVINO Lltlltwaod' .rit, three bedroom, ft..,. buyer with FHA llninc- 112-4J5I.
NW :MTH PLACI lot. Centnl' No City
.. Small lot tor thi family IKit hit., 11 0101. aid' J SO 5 .. como two biini, pirguet lloorl 'llrot' ,..... 111.500 wIll coos I II I 5 nO 0.11115 araoe.SI no. 111.2' per ms. tailor ,.! CUSTOM Ito with lUlU for' modern liv

: what yourvacancy to cut ortu piymtntt solo pistil, ful-nistod 10,114101 of' SI. living per cent room mortgegt Anumt..td I oxecuti 4* '.'''''' ,,. dinlno school room.P1111' ciosllig. co.t. Call 372500 for AdS no 01 molntenenca noturil I ....uy.Overn UNIVERSITYREALTY
bul.lnl. 05111,01' AC Ho .PP'
5410 month Including' 'UH sod ,1I..c.
bs'tIlait J72-46n. Mcond morlgeg. en tiSibISWI '144 .0 ,..,. NearKhool,. Control, twit, oulltDO .
l.I buy.
,
COSTS Inl down nymtnt only .210 '.r", .. UNDER $20,000 1021 N.W. 14101 Av...... I. kllchon. tIroyl IC. .,H many
.
:: pUt I/I 10' doling COOlS. Corn. THINK thlt you will Ilk. this I Brdroomt' I bethi |OJ i 140 loot LASSITERREALTY .." ...
...Iy rtcondlllonxl from t tol MCKINNEY ,lot Fenced beck I. W.
thret bedroom, two bell houMllrlp vird Itrvlcl' It our Motto '
: YOU EVERY DAY hall it mi roof. pIt pg 0-5i72. I. IhI "nl.y 1O<.lon. H._ 10<.11.... Central' host with owning wt haul .....11 ....... IT YOURSELF HIS N. Mill ItPn .
WADNIK W. WISEMAN RttlJill GREEN 5100,., miionry conduction window ind .'''' tt maul' down ptvmentiMortgngt J71-43J1
Is rented : N. Mlln' It Occupincy halos Thtnki tic ".v'"" llrMt mid tor. C.iI Largs Os's" .. 1111 lown.P RUNDOWN and In need of repilr, W M Munroe, RetlhtrlR
: until it 1115 W-5511 It. .I t ll---.0 DEATON giving and terms lull, you I 11521 today for .,poln'", ...'. 11* 1I..nelnt and owner will lOll like rant Sod m A.I.'..
Wilt ".,.. PIALTORS APPfALINO rMldence In IVbu,... loinl. TIIADITIONAL .ANCH 8TVLI poa hIs' It us, Lire. so. '. I. McL.... II.. "on Cobs
LOSS $300 down in NW en tverilied' lot lOT > 221. FOUR BEDROOMS Lend far InvMtmmt hornS I yetr old In de.I,..,. lot I ncmusn loot 'location, Sal. __It.y SoC... T. C. Douo'' Jr.
YOUR
,
: IF RENT: and $62 r ACCEN ON VALUE Meny ittrtctlvt. two flltuml bithi Itwily lhr.ebMrtemt. THREE BATHS Or devilogmintCemplelt toil, 551.11GLADYS. Llttliwood tree. Entrenci toys 3 I "bath CCI ....... hilt mil.of .

PER DAY IS: P10ta f o.020a.SUNNYSIOOK 'o. $... li the MUM the will wit petit, centre! ntet, end Spicioui ......., iHrtcilvt stool (trvlct' glvn off to ilttwr Fimlly room good llihlng Idle. Clou t|
only
,: IS: your needl II hn tIll locution 517.71140.OVIC front, ctntril' htit end ilr, condltlonlni or Formtl, Llvlnj' room I ltdrooml ALACHUA REALTY town 12000 fo, equity' wlm Sill
iJTATII rlghf by LIHIiwood kthm 1 It Lirot w......) tot. Now 1 btlKi. Will ippolntrdNkt worm uirubbery free tr will
.
.. ..
I .h. ..
I Aauociat'
R. K itoriKlt
I AN ACtS 'In Klrkw.id' SMITH
net I 51 I baths, II". roomheit tlemmltry Khool cloM by ... tot In 1150 of big beiutl trim equity for homt In tmintrtown
_., .... 13' N.
mo II11 per diyIIM .1111IO whit hiv.
sin par ll lOOt toll' trIo Kit. Include built In tcreege tr
n only you
priced Flo
frt fiituret 'Includt
penciled
1 will ,. will ..,.... ArIa
,
hilt two blthl three bedroomt Realtor ,. T. Smith. 1t..II. W,'.. lo .JJ-A Oilnn/IIH,
|i.IM cm be FHA flnenced rIde room, Inside utility room tovt oven dlkhwtiher dlspnilCtntril < COO
diyII pomiM Fit. ram IM tt 1101 NW PLUS mother bedroom. Mabel Gorm. ,
;;,; lit par motil ptr Mth Ttr tr cill Wl.UN. One ytir .Id Owniri ftovo end both for gust motive md double cirport No city ti.ei, 122. W. Unlvirilty Phont ITJSJfl: loot C .llrcondltlonlngYou t- An.oolao. Sun. ___._________ _
left town end must ml Ysu like III CHI 3M-I32I Sat
: ':'" par "'.. .U ...' diy OCALA Mock t IK, 1 Mth intpwvbtim Mould' Inveillgitt blf... y.u tr for ., .'.dY. Ltrgttcronned 131JM trot LESS THAN US.000MODEPN .
porch flnpleci tot
cilllng. p.no..i.d Din.Ing buy Clll FR 1-:1417McMEEKIN RetHnebly priced' and ahoy For ,...,.,., epprllilll, morlgKHlomi PARRISHPRESENTS HOME
: : ltd par mo .. HN ptr daY 4 timlly room with' tIm, by ippolntmtntJ. buying or ..,lInt rnlwn-' Split Level with 30' living HUNTING? LOOK!
Mtct. Irj ttncMM' bats ytrd LAKE till, or bullneu porptrty ( ill I I room -* ultrt mndtrn kit -
W it'* Hit ptr diy built.In kIlotons J7HMO or lotion tint, ftmlly' room 4 polio Central, "
: par II you wintlng yitr round Arnold A Complete Rill ECONOMY ""m' 50' bith "''
d homt .Ifu.'" on i beiutltul like W. E.,.,. Iorulc.. heit 4 Alrcondltlonlng, 134000. noun, anctlltnr' condition, : ': wotd
: : 171 par "... .. 1JJ ptr >yIIM THRI bMroom, t ....ft CCI, attractIve property conilltlngtf KIRKPATRICKREALTOR Id lot .11..<11.. neighborhood, anII
', down, I lions ind forty tew would ,, ,, CONTEMPORARY I IR I laW Mtri It Only turn 1500 down.Ml .
diyttM LACK _
ACRES. .
IM.UO par :: J''w .. lIybu''IdIlI..1 tonic Ilkt nt* plut titiibllinedytrd
f ,
ill P 0 503 III Drlvt be IdMl > 5. 1 bum ARNOLDREALTY ..... Phono 1713471.
home. I bod-
; .. .
100 ft pius big dot'bum
0If 1 .'n Am. Fit. room Flrtpltcl MIMII- 31 N. Sun' It Phon. "It 1-1404 .
.. per diy ...... 2 b.'.... I.lIy room wIth PIoOII I. OsmIly.0cm.
: : par "' NPLrnA Imdtciptd" IW ry construction. well ..ntlK." ASSOCIATE._ COMPANY oil brick flrapltce, ....,... din Oars's.. Cnn. hod I A-C: SPICED LUXURY Beautiful Piridt: of Horn' ,, mod.1,
ed iprlnkler lyitem IJIG Ploys' M.II" Irene Bunn.ll
.. UN par my X too1 ,lot, t III CCO Icons. 'Ingrotm, wilklng' dlitince to Littlewood lIGHT AND OPEN TO OPPERS eolonlH ityllng. 4 IR, I bill,), pinried
III"ft' mo.Ml ft like Irontial Locited nmllM Clot" A. W. lied, bOll 5.1.LsvlsKlrtiand Multiple' Lining Member .
: II.OM dn UI SO ..... No cloilnt' lAd Wnlwood Khool timlly room, completi. built.In
Ent tf Cilnnvlllt I ml __,____Bin Orlftln 111" w. Unlv Avenue 371 MMAiMCllteli
pir mo.M HOC par diy -nil 140 NW 15' It 9711771 South tf mt ".'.'k. Hwy Jane Celtfwell 190 PER MONTH will more thinpiy kitchen many .",... Now otllli,
: IV OWNi. I 0*, one both heuM Just thl pisa for ml' llvlrj ind Jinx Sheroertf Solo KUKmin LARGE FAMILY lull the horns. prlnclptl,, lot. t.... 4 In,. for 114.730. Shoot" 171147t: .
." par mo.II Mil PO> diy with ctntril hut. Low down ply- good llihlng Clll tor (_''n'. P. W. Hadga Jimmy GroansWhIt 4 bedraoml, I bethb ftmlly' on t modern' 3 II horns of your
: mint. Ittl .... lim "'1('. CtllKhoeli mint -- FR1UI7.J _.Id roam, children pliyroom lire- OW. MInImum' down ...y".nlu. IN RETWFEKI N '*"d 'In Bi'wMn in tHr beit Mw
M P.r n>.. 13.n ptr diy 111"", ATUSr i place' In llvlnoroom. bMutllully ..... PHA. Sevtrll, t. cto..s. .. nomo vtlun In Oilneivllle Highlind" .
: .5 ACRES lindKiptd y. .. from. Good areas Court Minor Three md 4 IN
1714 UCIILIA. OIl. CI.4 ito. byswosI ON LAKE ,
Ills idtil in. In N W. bee- model from 113400 to 111100 14 dt.
.. Jtnf
dm0. Sod J HIh NEAR UNIVERSITY i bedroom, IF IT"I I 11111 ESTATI CALL ,
lIons givn 100's biggiit HitctlonlFor ,
CALL 378-1411 tamed buckylrd" 1)21Nl lion for bMuHful horns I bath brick ham. Large living-'
lim Avt, )7J.1011Garogdi Plenty of Iron and trlvtcyNmr : Ismulltul 4 btdlOO". .'" beth .... roo' wllh h,05lllI. 0,01,51. -
YOUR town Jo.t outline t h ( By Demand) 10550" ..' lining osr loo'n' III. OIninO room slid "Ico I. m I II Iy 378-1521 l.f..Ilo.0' appointment fa tat, ph... Kirkpatrlck -
TO PLACE City LImits ind en i ptvedraerf and Pt...,.
: LAKI hxtted laid outline fha room pin i oetiched" Hudy Hiik" 172.347U or yint sills .ftici,
_
Price ,ll nll.tlc ..Inveitlgltt .. city lImits at Oilnnvllli A fire- right for working:: bay fromfimlly Myrtla, Linlier. ReillgrWm Nl 23rd IM.-.nJ tIll T."....
1 thlt fine property, pltct, hugt icrften porch, coo'trol tctlvlty, Llrgi wooded I. (Bill) H.rrIs.AaIsCial. .
for. buy Clll PR I 3417. Hugn Idwirdt, Ine hn returnedte .
you
RENTAL lot. .
; SUN YO A ASKED[D Northwest Ouniivllli' hitting, aIr conditioning'
ind doubit cir port are u.l a KM I. I. lOt St.McCOY'S .
ADS ASSOCIATES WITH low of tno 01.ny txtra future! NEW LISTINO Almoit' new I bedroom .
: WANT J. fred. Guy Jiyni Outterworth I In Or 510i Dtienol home thIn 1 bom contrilly hailed
Cot. J. W. Oivti" H. ). wiltihln' C All brick fronts mill r) I DEAL BUY It the RE- and ilrcondltlom-d home on GAINESVILLE'SYEARS
Multiple Lining S Rtol plaster walls DUCID PRICi OF US.000. bios 100 K 2W tot In WI",,,".. .
FUR II! ly IiUtei. lulltln' kitchen soils. i AHEAD COMMUNITY'BYBUTLER
Tgrrozia floors
: 12 Mobil. Htm.i For Salt New J bedroom houM Ind new MACOMAHOMES ,
M S Formica coblngts listing |u.t redured by HIM to MASON MANOR N.., 4bMrwimI .
C Sodded lawns III MO. ONLY SIM down pIus bIll horn with Central' hutIng BROTHERS
: IIINt LlTTL.WOOD.WI.TWOOD doling coo,.. ind ilr conditioning Lovely
C Air condition INC.
MOSILI "OMit 1 b., I e. C. Cent. hi. awning pg fenced reir yird mekn Idielpity ,
..10 N W. IIIh II.v..l311 Mo.1 wIndows' I block to school UM: DOWN AttrecHvt 9 red trei for children. Conven I
$$65 lent to mchssia.IANCHIT'TI .
: room home an in x 1SV welllendKiwd THE 'JEFFERSON"
t NIbS SCHOOLS $16,350 $18,075 lot lull l"t muss PALM VIEW ESTATES16OOO
MOIIL. HO""'" I ACI t or, I lull'' bithi C,. Ig kitchenpacloui 3 and 4 Bedroom Model from Oelnnvlllt' NO TAX III .... homnllM too. All.I".ly :
10 ecrei each. La-
ONLY .
AVAILA.LI roomtr Immedllta' to U) PIR MONTH.Let Chirmlngly, colanlil, autlldl.mi .
celod en Nrwbtrry Road Juit
-, .. progren Mobile North Home on 441CKtriH Flr. cuptncyPLORIDA in show thll fina home 1500 down I yein an balinci' home. ll HUM with convenience $
you
MUM O Norm, Mgr. 2 & J hedroosC PAP.KJ with 1 badroomi, I ....h., c.... for gracloui cantermponry PLOW

""" Phont ,,2BUTTS-'** plus or' .1 b lindKipoas Ocill block Shown ant acrl by $$1UU l cash VA tral' heit In end petit lovely with I llrgitcreined wnkenIlihoool M.M.PARRISH. "i a p .I.lId I living Notice worn ..th.!. vim will I

I I'ItDM FHA DOWN PAYMENT
.""' .nd tutri xvep "lot ....... liundry kitchen lId MntryItoregt
I tllully I lendiceped. A ...l, buyJohn handy to tnt tervlct en
NOTHING DOWN
INC. NIW LISTiNG' at 117.no. I ran,.. There ire mm bedroom VA
: MOBILE HOMES I & carport N. W. ) br, t blth Cl ind brick with oulitendlng cloMtlecllltlei $100 Colt
NW UthSt. it 6th St. WIMM Mmor. Cent M ....utl. AISOCIATES. IneH plul two full Hied I Closing
44) N at City llmllle. 0) Plait.rdd wallo lull, aoodmd lot. Irn", "'.', so.5u55005 Merrill I, Wtynt Hill Htlen 0.."".", bathe end a Mffiritt ',",'na :
a C Formica cabinet cash fHA Carolyn Pool', irta In the miitir wilt. It
Galn.iilllg ]150 Mary perrlth
In $
: \ ui tor bOlt buy e Bullt.lt kl eh.no (1 Realtor. (, Nl Pint llreet ftll. termil' living room with ALL CITY SERVICES .
Ask for eur ipcclol *, C T.rraiia floonI 1631 N. W. Sod Am.. :Tel No 371.137S I l san ar.t. dining room pluS a
_
We cannot and 314 N. W. 121ft Av. Multiple Lilting ,....lIy room wlin a flreplece
ount prices
: conild.ring Bath vanltiOi Shoot F 11 M''4 and bteutltul cherry ..nolln,. FERN WOOD MANOR
I
undcnold
will, not b. C All city utllltln Hki. SNObS 0 SaIsconal' .t gnood.t Is urn I mom' Aiwcllte.1Mercelle Tha "L" mipt al tIre HOUM \
quoliry2J C SldtwalktI1,250J2,550 lnlhISSbYbsW5smInearnow OIY lot ,.... erdl! win 'in anectwd two cir garage I
J Yr. S.rvlt. E.P*''.|" ".... 514g. HII S radIal __W, H luckhennen. New HomesIn md reir patio will
OPENSAM8PMCLOSED unit booms at uooa a month, w. .,. .1. bulldlnt 1ft .....ulllullot. -- rniHi l delightful plica to $12,250 ,
up
awnar hit nducid prlct' for ,In Wmalrnsoilnd live
SUNDAY
$1 .
: quick nit 4401 NW 17ITI PITht .
j' NEW I

.. Alii .50! so, 'Dachi" Yaw MARY HUGHEDWARDS : $400 DOWN FHA
II LOTS FOR SALI Msitsy lack 0l _.- MODELSNo. WESTVILLANW CharmingRANCHO NOTHING DOWN '4A. .
GRANDE

w. 'tana horn'.lIgh.1III,1.'no.POIIDVCI WOOdnd M5pnit.d MOELLER, Open I btd,....... t bethi itudy. $100 aoiinj Celt 'l

AI5OIIATII. INC. REALTOR INC. Daily 10-6 16th A..., family room, living room, dln-
IIIALTOIIfl' $$100 l O cash VA Villoia GrttnCelenltl Ins room. VII ,.,QUO' floor.drioit $7Cl6

W. Un'v.' _". .1131. lOll W. UnIversIty AvaPR 1927 NW 39th Dr. at 37th St. included' B00fl lois FROM /J PER MONTH
!*. bemlllul wecltul tot ....11 end centemptraryItylMi Down
IY OWN
lila FrlvlUge tortotting Member Multlole LiningAuoclalet 376-7971 trick ..d buck.I 4310 NW lift n.
IH X MO. | _....... WALK TO SCHOOLS
and fl nlng. 100 IK I Mini.Pemlty .
4Jfd Ttrr. itHIM. I. W Meallar 'Posts KeitirChirm rtami.All "PLANNING TO BUILD"Ltt

RAILROADSIDING $$395 J J sn.f f FMAHUGH A .,. M.ve$ I"- .I-IMren Orant I! teal.eattlfully.city canveMincM and nrv WALTER STUBBSInc. ui give you on ntlmatg 4 BR, Brick Front Colonials./ Now fiflishinj.
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LOT I fr 4 I.d,_ Midst IIISHADOWLAWN 'Completely. ..Saw...OC..deilgnl.... farelnaivllla on contracting your Price $15,825. $625 Down ,

New Brick Homes area.Nertb new custom homgCallGtraldorV .
w'III'
laO
I.... eammaclat ISTATIS
I4AVI McCoy
Q.
N' lth
bull" an Itrwt tt
mad 1 I.
101,.lIrald 10 gull'
.. lacy IIOM. P II V 4j>. 'Nh Nuts, FR 6-5015 or
Melglit. Individual Styli Far Van 701501505 I1HI"I Left on 38th St. or 39th Terrace
LAO.OI ....11M lots In N wItciitn 1 6-6502
lociitd Mlecent to ..11'11",11. / I a 4 bedroomb "Ii.lo bIt,'"- > Will punned' living ireil "Wt trade home.
.
EDWARDS ", .lIIy ......rl., a woW.Acsmmuoyy Oflko Located It
... heat VA 0)
wllfl Ptvtd .'r. lower an equipment cert no
city !..,... AIM Hi loll toll down payment. POW fnffl 1700 mimnip' would bt I Torso( AMniCA tOMES i N. Vii Strut ... Urd Slvd Butler BrothersBUILDERS

toil in Wild.' load M I gull' *? INC. ..._ clotlng coin you
to live in
proud '
north t* Iptrry. Own piymentind lulldan, I... Drive Weil an N W. inn 'I .. 4I -

tsrnisran.ad.Macs's H_.. Inc 2909 NE 15th St. NWCapital 1'1... 4 im tin.. A... put thi Oltn' Spring Intemctlon. DAILY 172-JJ4J NIGHT 17<.904'
I I
loft
0P55 140055 DAILY tea algA an I
SH-m
.
McCoy
CtllV a
176-7971
call. 51.535) or ".."'" FR *4Mo.Ndwly COMPARE !

.. |4 Wdr.rfr.rt Pro,arrXCiPTIOMAU


VALUe. lorgo lnoivlli'i! II...... ... me lluxurlaul 0 THESE HOME VALUES

Hoping'. M Lino povod 0 rood_,. .tot...ACCOUO.tl. .. and. a partmint kvildmf '. '.' (PAell, I BEFORE YOU BUYSAVE AT \

readY tor bulldlnt. ", "*"* .

I -Termi Fnont S71-47H. & LAKESHORE "' m n.,""..'........._

--mouth SUMMIR of luwennee HOMiAl River TOWERS 1Jtvtp.(1tI...C''". ImSOMOg00gIAIlllSIlllmnsIIlllllmIIil! Tht followlnf ira now under Highland Court Manor
w.n.
Lirw I .It. eci compie* "N Tno Pewill I IR. 1 Vi eonitructltn and will bo rttdy
ow ly ",mi."", Itrgt flroHece. Ac dacaraitdd I... cot- '
toe
oak Th.tOllOWtF5 ready
hath Olson are
carport,
fre.ll. wtttr tithing for logos
M Kit 4 LEASING accupiney Set
ou can NOW
_i tl.Mrir.on ptndlit. WymenTew toga-..'Injonditionoa' with central heat, full brIck an I Goincsvillt's Largest

.el. Phtna FR Mill Llvt madam kitchen. full S met wooded lot ISM 1110 NW. 2llhA.o

OM fitCedar. length atroanad parch. ISO NW. }4th PI $14000. M. I* bain, non, onguf 3100 N.W. 2Stk PI. Selection of Quality

Key Shores test tram 'u"",'. LtndintLakg $SOO dawn. $1649 pir Sott5.en57O00dn. and 3 II I '."' '. MOO an., sill
....
.11. .... _III.41ZO. .
from $2250 .0 Sails r*. $1950. mantk.Takt 3 and 4 Bedroom Homes.
.
fine '-'., 4121 N.W.191h
F- ;:
from $1 51 0 '
non-wattrfront D,. 'IS NW hSt.

CEDAR KEY 3841 or S831 : Crandpartntt t slfke I ) ,.", slInks al aver I .IR.,.,tot I baIt. I4M dn* IN U.. I btthi nog dn, HI7Norwood i NOTHING DOWN

Marina Locations aHtiful kama built farutaaar 90 kiautitul, krickKiniikarry .... Oldoll,. ,
4111 b
4127 N.W. 19th
livl". .s Urgat ....... '
INVEST foclllll.i nttdtd huts Krtanidriwldo D.. _mamI5lSI11lI To Qualified Vets ($100 closing) .
.tit) ..." k"fa
....
I t btm, SMI dn., MM
Motel Locations Mfck. I."". I.. I III
and $9,000 to $30,000 $13,400 to $18,200
INVESTl oecommodotlononeeded (.. 1I."hf..1 pulls1. f".lt.". __

505151 t f which way kturckaiad MOWN IV ADVANCIAPPOINTMINT Payments from $79.34
.. low .. ONLY Hope
II
DAVID ANDREWSREAL Tkey .,. taa
tU I. u..... AvaUrge \
: ESTATE far from the children .* No Money Downon cammrteoia home for Convenient Location

= FEATURES INCLUDE NW. II tk An,. Skew 9 ,.-.. homIly 4 .... 4 "H" Inc.
LUXURY :
lot nittii .. _
b appomtmtnt enl,. your lone l000lly Ii '.
,
EARLY AMERICAN, C Swimming Pool C Kactettlan Roam ""' ro ;
Acrei at Hcnll 6. unJCanlral e Ctnltal Heat dinette, ecreoned porch. Wt Trade Homes
FIREPLACE HOME bltchan. bttlil down, com. li
All brick o...., reliedheorlll e Air Cand1.Starega C layndry Facililin W. kava kvlldiftt. Ikuilnitl I- Monthly paymantg .s II or Property

flreoloca. penewdlemlly C Lacktrgt C Garbage One CkutiLlfhtaa .loH. acreage and os little as bum In mllancio wonderful
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l14bOI,000'Opa1.. 014014.4.01 571010,. P110 J7t 12ft.fpwmp. Set Mr. lr 4jl r, Mr Hurt, Mr, l li r tU, "-, "....., 51. 62 Mercedes
lit 01..... P10007 _"".. ".,.. I* 0."... ..... kllcKln, IMIIMII Opps11aiOouSHELL 15 AM'."' n" ISO 5.1. MMtlMM' .
Id .. 00114.' $103 .., oc,* 'or ... .uto. hut MM fiMrt. "'<. m* P & W 'M'P i IN*.
,.11. .... .,..... n* "'" 174-4)41 tr ".. Win linn. In MR*. 7U4C04IVR01ET Io.pols13, $2895

Realty $j3jco.' 501101001ldI,,...... 371 --I _I C..... 401 ... .... M* HP. 4 M 0 H IVININ6S $2695
-----.- loss tlK, loll' 0'... Ilk. MWvr 11
nil N. MIM II. plo in 43siW 47 H.....* ft, R"'I Fir*. $1750 Monthly IIFIIOISWTO$0 WITINI3UOIJ5S' tvwinlMl. wII'... DlKI ....
M M"" ,... P.MltrM .._. PIll, f* 1-4'" I
........ Profit Potential Y- 5IlO414. as. : ----- 64 TR 4 60 VW
:114. 05 II WI OIlS" ,... 00100 ..0S..d.I04.c,11w4001141 EAUI5GOKl0.33.Sl Call 3741474. ;Toi O 5T4. UMM
0Ift how. lor III 00! 0Ift 04,4_ loll ....... C.o.Ii PONTIAC V-I. UN.M .....* IM ........ I SAl "' rtHjM,
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4 PooO I 0Is 110110010.00 aol 04.0.l00 NEW 1964 POlO V t. ititlM WMon. HIlL

I. Mil Lit M mow yw milfin. _43.1403.I .'''' III Clft'11"__IS $0114.....11.. 5o'oc'' _.... tv/m ....;,.. Ill' !". Al Hvrntfon l.............. Yes! It's True -$2795 $1095
aroMrty locitMj rwir City III 001 .W 'h' *4.0. N. Don ''' .. tiijW 4m it
4411011" 0l1101104110.O .. so..s.o.o.-- coli-$ F 11 4.4230. lild 01110111' 005l000oI.,WIll, 00 $01014.. Mal' : 'II': nwllniM: .vwtnli.'< lm ll toney -:14"CH..LIIIv. :.;;;-

Acrn WIHI, I ... ,450.440.41. SMALL HOU5I tor mpwilWollntM Id .100 lOll .14,5 1711017.aclIl0010 4001...50044...... Ulo or 011000015 I. SI -M* 10.04 Pvlrr 0010001.'
"bwIMM Mmn f ...- 29) 376.5450IPOSIC$010N5 NO FLIM.FLAM 58 vw
Norm *l town, ,...J r*, wooM *- lift l.llrK (..,.,.... Nl pIlL Ill 0000 1414100 4414.11 0 _.'s M.uO1.oo _Ie. -'"' 63 TR.4

ralllnl l IbId _274.43S57)0 III 11011" A.... ....., 0,0101015.04.0., I I I Pl.ooolo pIll, ,.11.1110. IU W Unlv A.._371531 ISIS! Ill rwnw, *.4 ....".

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r*. WMl of lown-ll Atri. Woittl $ 5004. WW. 0001101104010144, -$2295
town, MVM rtf. 14104. 4* tin .. UHUI lr "'.... 111007 54 05 Ptou 414335'

Acm. oIl, _.. w tl town. 1 BEDROOM .111030. $60 *"*' 001045. TV 040* SALU II"-ICA .1 CHIVHOIIT **., AT. WW.
raducm prlc. I Acnl Mir mo Call 376.7466. 0050 5.11. latyaffi : :: 59 Hillmon
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New 1 1965 GMC
_Nl lltn Aol. 0I Polo I. 10 hl"tIIt Pickups
.. C." II* IMI ? 00III I
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T04..i 411411010 I 4 ..o. -- ...... 63 Chevy
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001400 N W. ...100 III' "MANO NIW"
$04. $495
> w um. A... PI" ...,. mown. ".... .... ...... sod 140014.5 4.5$1 .. ''''.''.' ttjM, ?..... ....

II ...... _... I Will.. II 404.1 tamn N I I br I b.mMom. SiiMri .inn. U *.... lift' A"......405. P141117..0110004. 11111.1......-.4.001404. 56 : Sos..,l lc lrMP" ,_ .

0.4000 ..."' .. low ,..... IIIty { N W. 1 br WILLIAM' ,l5vICI 0ttnMt4MowHwrw CINYIS. Pl 0.1307 0004. ...... UN** 0054.

114' M KrlPOROVCI i. ASMCIATf! INC. MARY MOELLER, REALTOR OIL CO. ft. I7H, 1, M*' IO
UAL TOil Hit w. Unto ..... 4." .unKM UNPAINTIO 00011. 017000 Mil lltr. ."11I in* *..., I $2195 ..."..

H4 w univ! rtmtftr N.-II'- HI 'wa tKillint wrvic notion --,...."" 'I 11 "' ..1.00..,... UM4 mm 1._'" *rk* _

40 *CIII Attrictlvi Nom. Walt >.... uw .awn 0.4 inMr ocationi ovailabl for .Im.mcdiat 140.14. Chorry twM ..... ....., _IMt-I/MB 041104. I PMU. :.-- $2995 J

..i| I* mlW,. W... ii Cloy, 'Polo mft 9f wiH' .... tor Its f.rIK 'IOM TOt.. w..kidm70401 I 'If CAO'lLACII"' 62
P40000 04 I-W14. ( 04.0 Pol .... Plymouth
tH M pmMl ...... Dry $401 WAREHOUSE "
wIld II.IM HI 4cr WlHl, ....... 1'10' N' I'll It. 3 II 00.0.. $100 I training to awuritucc.u P" lOll Ills 04111 'I? w'M'. 0.00 te'oll .... .- $..... 4UHr *.lI'KMnlMIV. .
CHI Olct ...'"..... RALPHPOSSIV ....... -.. ,..... .,.. 001.0 Finonclng ovoilobl/ 1--(0)SPACI "'H TER- *K MWI. 11 1111fU Tropical .. .MM ...,. 65 Mustang

DMltor. "W. U.lvAw. 0000. ...... ontocr M,. H.nry Oiloach, .... CHIVY IIICAVNt, 4 *oorIN .14.. >..... n4 .....>. "..- $0. I osoal

174-IJJ. CO" "._. .!!... 2-531J, Call tneluVM 174-MOI.II. PI. M "MlM, UtiHtrWilt '
1471. CHI jVHHt |tlMI .? 6 $1395 "T2995
M.

SINGERSLANT.OMATIC P050COUP. PAIILANl' IPOITI
SERVICESHome ... Air C4 Ml.. ... _.. Pontiac
MM.. ..... UM' or t* i.. 4Lo 63 Chevy

"0.4.... 1 m*. .... 'I 54..* wllll our aol'. _. :ji'j: iVY AU:7D"nH. GMC Truck Center .,' _"........ *'

--. 000 oo 400100 4401 ell 4.4I4lO455 0000. 50. $2T95
-... ... Ply Mi w IIM *r 111111 140101140. P1140411-1,%. $2495

And Business !Dwrt... W Mil. My-...,1It t U Annry ftr CrM.I _. >A> -"iL.--.ii; ; ; 220 NW 8th A,.. FR 2-23SJ I I III w

50. 00* Dot. baI0000ll01. 1 _"..... im CXI P* kV -
An'.r M PM' ml P* .
I III'. 63 Ford 59 Ford

.$IIIdOZIPlg. Bimodillog.. r.,00411, 115,0.01551. u 513" 10105.4 15 oso01001 514031 IS.II" .. lIes ..011 II OCOIMOIIll. PIPt. : -I .L m i IMM. 444014.0." .00 .....
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v...... Ill NW lOlI A... Onto. IrlmmWIton l eHI nlMMHW 5.0100045
........ 00110000. 0011001. *. MM ttor. CM 17WBI'Mr $995
$00.05. flM 1(4.0. .00 f.loll. DO you MI 10 ....... mm M. MAIM;. TO ivy Mm mMW MnrrlM IIY ... THIS IS YOURINVITATION $2395
4014.04 11J l.... 0'I ... >..*... umwrMly H"" OvWW _"ti;
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fro4.ni* rww ivwi. lOll
10 OlOYNI S 1110010 001 01000.0 ( ... ...
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Til 4455
'or "11 *"00.41. 4. ...._ WILSON EXCHANGE
.. 63 Cadillac
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Morto BrektrMCIIOACI III" S. lit Ill LM MlwM.N.W TO
---tori C. WriM PMn. Pt nfOOWtlNOI 63 Oldsmobile
.romlviil WW .
HTM All
*.... 1700 M Will*. knifcU.
UPHOtHIIY 0.0000.0000 "' _. 04001504. *0C01110114 I JWrlr* M <4>t4lltl, .......
WONIVIUT 4.0010 $000100 0 ._.... C,..,,.'.. Ww M M. N. miM 0_ 510.5... 57* I4M> b.r I 0'4 WI SOW 0104.000. 010014 40 TIll If AH KM I_ 0500. 011 11 55 11 000 105510 40,0 IIS 04410 10 M... COME SEE AND DRIVE
..- 04.114000000C .- *014055. 00000 00 11 -I7- 000115 I '.... 10415I45 I $2695
lIPID II'INAMCIOonSyrd C. WEENcimmi. $0040 oo'l40o Alt w_ 014011 045000! 5101
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040* 000 000050010040 11 115.0 Pal .* 4WA."I.. $1500 51 Ford
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C.TI.I. 001114054. *|IZ $40445.00 *.
110.0 4.400. t000lI to 0 .IAIOI 4 OltMWAIHKI. 3700 NI Ills $ 304.4277 TlvA .... MW $495
polo- 501 0 tit
.......* CII 110101,5.. C. L. HARREU. TrM* nut tlr' mKlimwi: -, fun.r W 5105015 CIa.sl.- 4*. .6of; .
....... wnif .. VM $1295
I. ,.1( 0.1411 CPS -_ .. 11400001.4 0.6 1144 0.11'
M N. MM ... M. II 044. 4M VMT rMMn* MM 4M I,0 ->! KAMOyMAN- IMC P* Ills> 0011101 It 00 SM aol .,... '
.si01kT' *0. 5135* 1"- THE NEW 65 RAMBLER
mo .. AoioieDIAI :: Af ..... .
IOFM .. n MM* .. D.nv.rM I t. MICU r 4 ITATION WAOOH S.. The New
C.* HIM Tim ...... Iso. ---1.--
*4.0 COHVINTietlAiDrinking $1. 63 Ford
Mooq
lOANS UphdittryG POOl. <*' ** 0000
-M Im AMERICAN CLASSIC 60 Fiat
71. ... 00 CMI -
.4 UNIV LVI 101.0. BABY BED .. .
w_ .
AutGr..HMUtOlNI II P0005lIl 110001111111a4.I W 1000p.,44 1144...., .., CM.AIY II '.LA.'I ...11&....... I A ISP1. .. -. 4.140 00! '-
". No A. 0 Co 0_ 1001 (01 014500 101100. 104.111. I COSNI 0 ....... II" .00 .. 011100015 4100 ... ..-
13T2 'I'" 41 0404 .... ...... P000YCU I $0110040004. Nt. .. .4001 040 .- 114 540,0 NO.. CD..IT. I 0 5 0 N. "$7oI AMBASSADORConvcrflblcs 011010. 00.0' 011....
000140 4114.000 hAL 1015 Ion 70 IIO *mL, utantavM _.... $00s II PM $1095
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54.5. 040o. W 4101110 010 0. .... $4111 ). II! IT ry fyrM tOAtWl .
0411411 04 0304 to 0401 ... HP MWMH Klcko IrMII, 61 OLDS JtTPttE I
AUI9 It.A4I CO. / W. ,. .rtg. Doors I tMMtrtt. _.... *m *rt. M "....... 500o Sobs 2.doors 63 Chevy

11I: NO. r JL.!!r!!'& rAWTRTISE Cl. .ItI.'I'" 1474 $135 NO ON Avo.iM ImMIIV. ..-. MrOM*, 61 Austin

C"."*.. ow 11115 *000 0004 .,l4I 000. IPUCIAI Is. CITIZEN BAND RADIOSSINGER i 5054 PIll. Solo's 1s4; *- -.... """. .......
&UtI fq"I ....... .NI040001 41 ---III 011 1.00 0000..
OIl 1111 .14 ," : 000, 540. 1400401 4.doors Station
00.050 50 $1440 = ; MM* 10 II. ., Cad boos.4 c- 500 OIl 04.4.5 f,....r3rs.00000; ",_ Wagons6s $2395 $1195
8 A14. ... .... "
"'OII'UI''C.., Sonngf or 1001 4 Auoq 0000505 .010 'lOt.
0000.41141 .- 501 11 Mognm Woi.r CA 0541004! .. ..coe. III .. II-. 04 ....

..... 4101! ......., -* UN !.' NW 00 Avo $3.lWlCOP4STBUCTIOP4 P.O 50050 ;tCI""". I'W) T.IIIIO V8s
.. PVll POWI
.0 *0050 l00 .or IS 00 10alo. _
4gsoOO 'H'I 15011 TELlVJSION l. 045 404000', 11 00 **" n. PI ..mnr I PWrM .

.5111411..... ,. 0.,10PPV., U14 1 1'Y. 500, 11.00.10 00 iHi"4111711._?..41.100. 4.5.-.-.... Shipments
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4.355000 '- -_ 0 ... 1311 CsoW00000005. 00014. 00 SM c_ .. Arriving
I ... lOW 0. PIGI 144 $14 1w 141.01 4144 --'I. BARKLEYMOTORS
500. I'S' I 504 ....
I I 0001 .__ boy 00 l 1400 4
I n THE 00 SON MO4III *00000085SIl

ll11wI EMS 0011514..n _100.5 PS ... '''' IIIVKIr __!PQ0451 l, 14. 00 0. estsij I.-r.'.._"" 0,.. PIll I _P0l0lA'....(. Weekly

0 VMTI IIMTIMM ,
SERVICE: DIRECTORYtpprotal I LI, 40 <* 50005 11000 404g ........ ....
I T_.... 5.15 II yawl ou Good Construction I 4.. 00.0.. PS .III. 0NI007
--- .. I CIIy 511.IIIPoV0044T4.
AUTOZIGZAG I I04.I55SM I
RIDGWAY MOTOR
SrKPlf Is on Art 400040 CO.

PAINTING 1000.14 C000101S .Ml MM. .. "' I :=:. =-..:"PS*4.1W 3.415 =:

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UAUOII 04.4.0744.oil1 014 005000 No 50. '': NOITO" COAl CO. P* .._ of 0* 0051 0Coo.. ClfvlOLIf .464 410. LOCATIONS
I IAI 051.05 I V MMI. cS $ ll{ ..a- 00. 0.5050* 00 frtt. iMwrwrwy 0-

000 10. 011'''. A... $4Sou,11Mowhls.1lP.kI..... MODERN 1401 000001'. 2201
Sun ail.M .-.... ..- CALL 105.1011 1112 300 N. MAIN ST.

PAINTING CO. 100 010. 100145 0.0 00 501005 0.... 104100 0..

1 Want Ads I 1101001 SM osol P44wo so00.. 0004501 c.. 041005.00 :. -'1' ...._.-,...-.... PU. S. MAIN ST. I N.W Irk' AVE.. "In. The Auto Come' Bork.ey't Tru Nome"

01 0-$4l04 414C01l04 Nil Ao tin n mluricm 00 lwoloq (_. .tin" PI .Mt

0.405(04.01 I. 0-500 2014 1'. C005011 4.0001. 0. lOll .010. n run J72-J005 FR 2-4373
10 4400
0-1144
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REDHOi ONE TUESDAY ONLY DAY SPECIAtS





WATCH FOR THESE BARGAIN BUYS EVERY MONDAY IN THE GAINES ILLE SUN


1 SPECIAL NEW!V-R ROOM
PRICE SALE
2 HOT RODDER
:0 WINN-DIXIE TUES. ONLY
BRAND NEWWHITE IIAL
ENGINE 1t
ASSORTED COLORS r=aa [IMAt 'r ROARS

YEAR SIRVICI GUARANTEE
1INWM.'ZIae SEWINGMACHINE
1MN
MrMmCMne UMBRELLAS
r WnMhNM
rlfhN/r I .aw.w wa.
4IJ11 ""lehmontl. 03.Qt

2. ONLY A Real Buy at Only -

I, RED HOT 4475Thes. _

bowls'.In stainless graduated steel sizes.mixing are II T"""" t C A r
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useful In so many ways.Attractive 5 9
,sturdy,easy to keep clean
2 e. i EACH Easy to Attach
Open on Account ws. Key Unlocks Motor
Loy-o-way for Mon.u. :X Battery Powered
Christmas a 'f Perfectly Soft; >
D MONTRAroR '.' Se. I( :Today r.1 MArr L Tnd.MuRA
UNITED SEWING CENTER WINN-DIXIE ,

For FREE HOME TWO LOCATIONS H
D IMONNSTRATION I PH.372.7680 r CENTRAL PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER
12 E. UNIVERSITY'AVENUE .11 w. UNIY., VL PUE DILIVIIlY 10 MILlS NW 6th STREET and NORTH MAIN STREET H "PLENTY OF FREE PARKING


Automatic, ElectricVAPORIZER A 3 DAYS ONLY! CAN'T BEAT THESE !


I .'r?"
nn@IIJREG. ALCOHOL
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ALWAYS FIRST QUALITYAPPROXIMATELY SAVE RUBBING COMPOUND 9

HOLDS ONE GALLON 6x9 _ FULLY THIS 49c VALUE

OPERATES 8 HOURS $88 Automatic YO, 5 HAIRSPRAY \
BRAIDED RUGS WHITE
,_, 97c
_4At\N_, E': Portable Sewing) REG.OR HARD TO HOLD
$1.50 SIZE
II COLORS Machine
Reg. $197 CHESTNUT D N0WQ1Q! COTTON BUDS

.' CHERRY 1 T S. 57c
'UU
$695' RED 150 COUNT
I BUY 89c SIZE
PEPPER GREEN ,-" Qr ( eS OJ( S Now
PLUS TAX WHIRl APPLICABLE
IT'S AI. REMEMBER: We Discount I ecy Itim I try Day
LIGGETT DRUG 00
We OPEN NIGHTS TIL 9 P.M.
R'ry'
$17 WKEU/S SEWING MACH. SERV. T' r SUPER D DISCOUNT
1028 N. MAIN ST.
MS w. UMflV. >>II.. CAINCSVILLE LITir CENTER
GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER 378-1355 DELIVERY WITHIN 30 Ml. _Q'ehtiNer 8_Wilt University Downtown_



THE, HOTTEST REPEATED DEMAND BYPOPULAR M ; BOY'S SWEAT SHIRT LEMONADE SEALD.SWEET



NEWS IN TOWN'RYE RED OR
GRASS Zipper front $2.49


TOMORROW 1 10C Hooded LIMEADE

ib. Fleece Lined $150

IS AT THE POLLS 'A 9

COLORS -
LIGUSTRUM

VOTE AS YOU VIBURNUM 49C BLUEREDNAVYGREYCHARGE JT LAYAWAY 6 OZ. CAN

(Limit 3 PI.CIII)
PLEASE BUT 18"to 24"vo'lE


The Kilgore Seed Compan
Division of Asgrow Seed Company[ .,
Y STORE WITH Moat
W NLWIW M PINI CINTSR )
NOW AT
1101 NA1fl M N alANT
1315 NW 16th AVE. FR 6-64891 521 NW. 13th St.


TUESDAY SPECIAL -, TONIGHT IS
1 t KELVINATOR '
6-FOOT STAINED CYPRESS
; r

ROSE TRELLIS ,f"Sneak Preview" t 1 I MODEL KW.74Washer
BARBECUED
Night and ,
a
Ideal for your climbing roses or vines to screen
garbage cons or other areas. "SURPRISENIGHT" PORK PLATE
2 Speed
j 7 Cycle
ANYTHING INCLUDES: 7 Temperature

T I $129 CAN AND DOES HAPPEN USUALLY tH .. Cole Barbecued Barbecued Slow Pork Beans 7 5 C Triple CombinationCombination. Spray


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Reg. 95eI62S
lunch 11:30 a m.to 2:05 p m.Dmmr
4 30 to 803: REG.$249.95
: P m. p.m.
lunch 0 Dinner Specials $15995
PREPARE YOUR FLOWER fr BULB BEDS NOW SerwdEvery Day 2 ONLY AT
ANNUAL PLANTS ARRIVING THIS WEEK. L I1
Selection/ Will le Bigger & Better Than Er.r. -
LAYAWAY FOR CHRISTMAS

JOHNSON & FARIS CAFETERIAGAINESVILLE rte V JUST$1.00 DOWN WILL HOLD IT.

124 N.W. 8th Are. Phone 372-047 SHOPPING CENTER N.W. 13th Strtet-372-7141 The VARIETY STORE
AIR CONDITIONED BRIE PAIRING
Central Ch rj. Free Parkins/ BRIE BANQUET FACILITIES OPEN 10 AM TO 10 PM DAILY 7 IE. lit A'.. "0. the Squat- FR '-5341I


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The Largtst. Fine! Quality. *Department! .Store. in Northcentral Florida
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The Names' Know

and Tmst To BeThe

[ finest in fashion
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nihdreds of 81C/tlll//8J/l11l/8/ in every/ deportment




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Beginnin our 24th
FRmILyCORTTImE
Year in Gainesville

The 4th in our mod* store in The

Gainesville Shopping \\cnter .

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We hart mad many n / friends this
ALL WEATHER COATS .. n1cn\cncc-
past year to odd to the fousands we I C
Fore had the privilege oU pleasure I i,: ; FOR ALL THE FAMILY p For. Yoplleother MC ;::t

of serving thru past years V we be I : These for Mo. :'
StsCS 0
hive the big reason is the fact that : Styles & Aro t
In Brother
&
people can depend on UI' service Dad Sister Located Just.-

and year round quality and fashionable All\ CentrallY Rc9cncy Roorr : .
merchandise at' reasonable priejs. our
Q j (S Outs'ode ",.,:
The world of merchandising ctenges h
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rapidly and we strive to stay abreat of I
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all that is new and dependable sas
to constantly offer best values on Ie.ledions. .

... \\ 1'c ( i i i j41 Water Repellent

As our way of saying Thank r 1 ,
we're observing this birthday with \ 2)/j r r Cotton Twill

store full of special values at outstanding 1i1 V
savings. Come help us celebrate\ \ ( .

you'll enjoy the 'break for your \ Ii -. 11a I r i ,
P + :
budget, you'll take pride in having \ y / : : .... Zip In and OutOrionAcrylic

\ these fine home and family needs being r I # jr .

offered during this sale." '' 4 / Pile Lining

lit )
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Classic Styling
AIkIFT'e' I

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True Fit

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FREE A MOST PRACTICAL COAT FOR COME-WHAT-MAY WEATHER
txfi. OPENED EARLY You'll be ready for all kinds of weather with this one-All-Weather Coat in sturdy cotton twill with
#*, FOR THIS SALE, trimly tailored classic styling and roomy true fit. I Jitt
Shuts out the wind and rain and keeps you dry& comfortable When cold weather comes just "ZIP J aq-
k in". The warmth of the soft, acrylic pile lining Truly a most practical coot...And itsJ ere in sizes
for Mom and Dad,Sister and Brother.
fCliargeltr8L t
BOYS LADIES MEN GIRLS

SIZES TO 29 SIZIS t TO II SIZES SIZIS 7. H


14" 17 95 1899 1499 C. B-L Revolving Regular Cliarge Charge


RfU! r L. Short 3.6Jc. NXW
8.-fle.Navy,Olive.Tan Oyster Navy,O've 'In Ssvy tf Muted C!re Novy c' St'04 Central Charge
l A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD YOUR COAT ON OURCONVENIENT LAYAWAY PLAN

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AT SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES

1: JUST FOR OUR ANNIVERSARY A.

a- I You'll recognize the famous name labels In

this group of soft, cozy cotton suede that looks
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4 from a large group including, Knit Tops In
t' :' many srybs Cr colors Slacks Jumpers .
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values from 9.98cashmerewool to 12.981 all from a famous maker ;, Blouses C Skirts -
blends! fur blends! 100% wools! f i i
wool-nylon blends! JR. 0 MISSES SIZES
solids! checks! plaids! tweeds! novelties!
most are FULLY LINED!concealed side zipper
closing! '
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CLASSIC CARDIGAN

sixes 5 to 15!shop early for the best selection AND V NECK SLIP-OVERS ? a' 4

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Knit and Corduroy' REGULAR 7.99 $488 JX

Trim Cotton r
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1. Classic; styles to complete your sportswear *

outfits. Beautiful shades in k .
CAR COATS I wools and orlons & blends.
tk
Sizes 32-40. r I

V'7 Braid trims, knit collars, corduroy. B.L SPORTSWEAR DEPT.
1t trims and wonderful middle of-the-
winter warmth linings Beige Loden o
Green or Black Sizes 818. ... ..... '
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Special
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SHOPPING CENTER'S 6th fN' THE STORE WITH MORE; .
: GA1NESV1U SHOPPING CENTWJ302 ::
ANNIVERSARY GIFT i::. NORTH MAIN.STREET ,
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pr YOUR HOME .

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,,,,, =$b $,' fashionable dresses at such ,low prices, but they are ;;{ 1

k here now in gently moving styles and fine fabrics '
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muted & deeptones, prints, flatermg shades for fall. .

a,,., z Juniors and Petite sizes.ANOTHER. "' =


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a :.< } -PALM FASHIONS PURITAN CAY ARTLEY '


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VALUES TO 15.00 $ ,
FUR TRIMMED and -
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ANNIVERSARY PRICED ONLY '< E, I
UNTRIMMED"CO TS t

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Nothing quite takes the place of mink.
"' What an opportunity to get a whole I new wardrobe
For beautyfashion and satisfaction -
of wonderful fashions for the new season for so
Get your "Touch of M nk" on on. of 00 little money Choose from Dacron Polyesterthese
beautifully, fashioned all wool 1 drip drys and dork-tone cottons in transition fabrics
coots with a lustrous broadcloth finish, 39 jacket dresses, linen trirrs, braid-work. Solids,
that will put you in style and serve you REG. stripes, checks, and plaids, in Junior, Misses and
faithfully for years to come your Half Sizes.
favorite shades sizes 4500
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UNTRIMMED BASIC STYLES .1&11' ,I : -:' : -- ; I ,. [ IJ<;",jffj;: ) "Z ,-" L.q;.;tJ'I' :,' "'':"' 'V'R1'

Rich Soft wool&fur blends and all wools

Milium S> insulated r'- b Good Wool Ambassador

Rayon lined 2000 :

Value 25.00 fJ, ALL OCCASION

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The classic shirtwaist dress, a /, +'" -' .. ti.
versatile wearall' Fine Cranston { '
finish fabrics in dark 'r ; "'
monotone prints with Bermuda ,
type collar or in collarless cord : ', Sheer all wool Rich
gan style Roll up sleeves, 3 r ,
inch hems, hemp belts Dark l '" i w,, o Colors
tone prints, and solids sires i .
8.18
; % / n Sleek, flattering style

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til,,; ,, Limits depend on your own

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1 < //) MATCHED "PAIRS" ARE ZpINSIor ,
You're Wearing
When
1H CUTE CONVERSATION PIECES '
uai
-v .__/? CutOn Blou .fSweaters, And 5
r B.,, Too-Th.s.Pins Mok. '
Interetting Conversation Aee.nti. '
MATCHED
} At Such A Low Sol*Pries. famous
pA1RS"
.i You'll Want 7o Buy SeverolBETTER
"Pairs".





Pegnoir Sets- Baby Dolls '


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This is a rare opportunity to be
N able these fine lingerie items ot 4
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Yy ,. at savings of !/3. f r

Ideal Gifts ,
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Pegnoir Sets Reg. to 28.00
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Baby Doll P.J. Reg. to 8.00

Large Selection Of k Half Slips Reg. 4.00 and 5.00

NOW 1/3 OFF '
JEWELRY .

J Famous Name SALE I
;: 1 FREE / ,
Pins, Necklaces, V2 off
I
Bracelets, etc:. GIFT WRAPPING

Lacy slip
KEEP YOUR JEWELRY: IN ; .;ti. :- fi.i. !UJ J'jJ';

\' THIS NEW AUTOMATIC
OF NYLON SATIN TRICOT

JEWEL BOX! IN PROPORTIONED SIZES .,_
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REGULAR PRICE 7.99


ANNIVERSARY 3.90 ,

'?' SALE PRICED. 50 '' 1 k : 20% OFF

You con always find all your jewelry m this box,
An Ideal I and there's a place for everything Just I lift the WHITE ONLY
Here again this wonderful
opportunity to
lid and the troy rises and the drawer opens. Average: Size 32-40
ft stock up on your favorite fashion hose .
Gift Handsome simulated leather with gold tooling Shorts Sizes 30.38
full-fashioned seamless and seamless mesh
velvet lining. Ms't #
stocking that won't run, ever Proportioned-

.. ,_... ",\; ... ... -" It& SIZES BVz 11 to-fit your legs perfectly and shades to match
..M;;..... } :., ..f''L- .t::: '. it>>-" ;i t"1"' .R. ''''';' .'l'1'' your favorite outfit

HAVE TRAINED CORSETTIERIES HELP YOU MOLD YOUR FIGURE FOR BETTER LOOKS Reg. 1.35 pr. or 3.09 Box' of 3 pr.Reg. '

BESTFORM'S 1.50 pr. or 3.50 Box of 3 pr. 2001 CFF



SALE! 'Heiress' briefs tIN
angela ,
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SPUN-IO ACETATE TRICOT r

., fir- ;; Che ct of tai'ored' ot __-;;
v,,.--h. ., med style ash pretty trim2 97
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applique or pleated I :
PANTY GIRDLE for
LONG LEG All in frtih .hite. Suet all
+ ':::: the way from 4 through 10
REGULARLY sly. ..
Now s the lime to till your
In That Wonderfully Long Wearing l lingerie draoer S9c EACH

Light-Weight Lycra* Spandex ;




Regularly 5.95 3 .97 'I SPECIAL PURCHASE I




Bulges melt away under the non-roll elastic at top of waist FINE LEATHER

and bottom of legs, up Or down stretch back to tuck in < ; ::...

the derriere WALLETS

Small Medium Large and Extra Large. ?

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EXTRA LONG-LEG VERSION Values 1/2 PRICE|
5.00
to 8.50
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An especially fine garment for wearing with sheath dresses.
Also In Lycra Spandex by Bestform with reinforcement ,
stitched front panel and faggoted center seam to tuck in the A wonderful buy- for yourself or,for giving French!

tummy concealed garter tabs hide any trace of garter bulge. purses-Continentol clutches-billfolds in durable
SmallMedium Large Extra Large
3 4 J saddle cowhide sofr pm Hal. t.rt Bright dork &
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BE SURE TO VOTE. '

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J MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
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Big Reduction ,


ESPECIALLY FOR OUR .
DRESS SHIRTS

ANNIVERSARY SALE ;

Bearing the lobel of one of the country', leading (1
makers.Famous
LabelMENS ,
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Regular for (
SUITS ;
3.95.5.00 3 $10 _

In that wonderfully neat .'r Anniv. Special

Dacron & Wool fabric -- so ,'
perfect for Florida wearing 4 t'
Wonderful stay neat 1 100,o cotton shirts 4- l
year round weight handsome x ? ++
Truly wash & wear wilt collars .
no
Styles in popular shades : $
Sizes 35-44-Reg Longs & Shorts i S ; choose long or short sleeves, in
Dress white, some pastels
Regular ,
Neck sizes 14'/2.)7)

55.00 Prices 4 200 r V

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59.95 rr::'; f/
i 3 Groups of f Men SLACKS

NORMAL ALTERATIONS FREE _
:. q : ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICED
t\
SPECIAL GROUP 471 You'll be delighted ot the selection of slacks in these groups
w v Token from our regular stock and reduced to give you extra special
tY savings You'll find virtually oil styles, colors and fabrics. pleated
SUITS and SPORT COATS 1C .' & plain fronts. Alterations limited to cuffs only at these prices.

BROKEN sin RANGE x ; GROUP 1 GROUP 2
Include Dacron & Wools -- Dacron DACRON BLENDS
--
and Rayons other quality blends
R.g. 9.95 to 14.95 REG. 6.95 to 8.95
11/2

PRICE 1 s 9 002 Pr.1700 NOW 500


1 i CROUP 3 t .w.

.,. : S C Special purchase from a famous maker 00
. I. "f:" r. _. '. assorted styles & colors 200 3
.T Sizes 29.32
only Value to 7.98 ,

ALL NBV '---' t'C" '" ;/,' ; '. :. '_ 1 .' .


flB BOYS" ,.

MATCHED UNIFORMS '
with the ,I SPORT SHIRTS BOYS

"STA-BIG" SANFORIZED

DRILL POCKETS t : SPORT

w 35.00Finely h r i.


MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS tailored fabric in .""ondow" COATS rand
conventional collar styles -
REGULAR stripes solids plaids & checks In J
2500 1 true tit sues 6 I 18R I
2.99 & 3.99Hundreds Values A

'e. 1.9961.99 loch
to choose from Ivy and Regular ; To 10.99
Collar styles short sleeves
Favorite colors & patterns --'S M L
BOYSFamous 5.00


1, MEN'S HOODED .-.r ... I LabelSLACKS _
e !._ Ii' I Rayons Cotton & Dacron blends in year round weight

NYLON PARKAS ? There plaids solids broken
J" ; ore and stripes -
sizes. Boys 8. >6BOYS
6.95
I-:' Rtf ular Priced to
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REGULAR

SO AND ,
$4
6" I

Take, from our .eguly stock Group CORDUROYSURCOATS ,
includes Cotton and Oocron/Cctfon
Tfw,. edlongKay. P.otwn, 4.99 blends me range 6-20 but not all r'II
*"SM To.kTi I 'n l lItll
No- \ C J'OT' & styles n every sze Shop early
San'orlita1 ( "
loopt 1
\\ i for Best Select +jnMEM t
Shrink Want land)and Sorrforiiod REG. 12.99 /
..., ir !
Drill oc that"y 6 BOYS
dmp art your gworonWo outhenhC, skI d ta''" Eas.! a I /
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drawstring 1

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50 neck. hides fh p.upWhite hood .. t. i
Durable c.ordutuv
cord outline ,
trosnng And '
2'5ANY wattrepellent ft
1 I. Prpl'ms with fluffy aPe
Black Red / of Quilt lining and r
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Bulk,.k"" collar over
urgundy Green Navy The h.p lengthLOOEN
TWO
And Light Blue S. M L %e 6 TAUPE SHADES SIZES 8.18
OR COMBINATION THE STORE WITH MORE

CENTRAL CHARGE REGULAR B-L CHARGE \- s 2 NO.ir wIN stem } IF YOU ARE CHRISTMAS GIFT BUYING

B-t REVOLVING CHARGE -CASH OR LAYAWAY WE'LL CIFT WRAP IT FREEOIIc1o


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World Famous, Wolftrman's
GIFTS of .
A Beautiful Answer To All Your =


GOOD TASTE

4 "Gifts for Her" Problems. .

I.f f THE "ALPINE"

Delightful Cheese-of-Many-Nations illus

trated, Includes a variety of Swiss Cheese ;, LANVIN _

t w;: : t Primula from Norway OMA, from

Denmark-and the finest made In Amerg( GIFT SETA A ?

ica Gonda, Edam, Party Smoky, k
%
Party Blue Spreads, pnd Cocktail Canape ; beautiful answer to ill gift problems! ntu sx:14 '
Stock your gift shelf u far ahead as you wish for y Vlr
See A Complete Selection of Famous Biscuits.
birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, +
Wolferman's"Gifts Good Taste" '1 or even for Christmas giving. a i
The handsomely designed gift box contains a '
Assortments from 2.50 Gift Assortment 1250 2 01.bottle bf Eau de Lanvin with 3''' N
; atomizer and t purse flacon of perfume !' yin '--__

''W..!; twm: .r :, n [[l[ 'hJ1.'i! : 1" #t 1'4 ,h 4 f Arpege$6.00. Crescendo$6,00*
VhtM.ni. M My Sin$5.50*
I
Famous Names


WATCHSALE k ,,4\ Jo.t '" 'r"I ; ', ", 's 1'n;. < _. M .r"' ,; i >. ,,

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Gift Boxed
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\ : Your 2295 /,' '

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1\ Choice
: ] i SPFCtAi. 575

:The right time to buy that watch is now, :;:s; :: r>i..r .

during this Sale, but don't delay Many t 1 +
SET SHOWN IN SATINWOOD WITH WHITE
w are one of a kind-All are factory guar STIFF. NATURAL BRISTLES MATCHING COMB.

)1 ..onteed--: Famous; HELBROS GRUEN PACKAGED IN GLITTERING GOLD SEE-THRU

WALTHAM.' Included in this group: 17 and 21 JEWELS GIFT BOX CLEAR PINK BLUE & WHITE.

,: -Waterproof and self-winding styles, some Many with Gold Filled Bracelets OTHER FROM 2 SETS 50. IN CLEAR PINK, BLUE 6 WHITE '

ti with. diamond trim, 14K Gold cases. And Rich Expansion Bonds :,; COSMETICS DEPT.

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I HOLLOWARE % Mlogere @ ikuiupani

:I FOR ELEGANT GIVING AND GRACIOUS ENTERTAINING ..A"

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THERE'S NOTHING QUITE LIKE SILVER TO tribute fable..
b
c a gracious to your
,, ADD CHARM TO YOUR OWN TABLE, OR TO
andSUPERB taste!
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\ OF SILVER IS ALWAYS IN GOOD TASTE, AND
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RIGHT NOW, DURING THIS ANNIVERSARY

,<. ;i SALE IS THE BEST TIME EVER TO BUY FINE'S

5 W Compote. $398 SILVER GIFTS FOR MANY OF THE SPECIAL Bread tray S3.98 .
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PEOPLE ON YOUR GIFT LIST, FOR ANNI =___
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I EXPRESS "THANKS" --
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.. SPARKLING GIFT BUYS YOU'LL FIND .-_- __- _---
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: FINE GIFT DEPT. _-

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10" sandwich troy. $3.98 Bread tray S49S -
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...a gracioui gift your he"n will
?. ti.a trvty dmlnt Magnificent I cup alive
Y
w platod carafe with h.ot ra.i tant bleu; 995 I
graceful handle attached!. beautifully -
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""'Ma+.:er.. r F wr.. w ,ie"... bond,rtmevable c.".,.
by !'X ,' .t Kandiam Ouotn Ann fluted .leg*..
rs +1? : jai stand with candlo __"".,.
Ali w :
I 1't qf. casserole $9.95 Food server 2 qt. $9.9S Butter dish. $4.91 _

REMEMBER: YOU CAN "CHARGE IT" AT BELK-LINDSEY OR USE OUR CONVENIENT LAY AWAY FREE GIFT WRAPPING

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BRING NEW BEAUTY AND COMFORT INTO EVERY ROOM. SAVE TOO' !


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dd the Quiet, the Luxury V '

Thick.looptw..ds!
he DRESSED UP Cozy Look ''

nd Feeling That Comes With ROOM SIZE I ,




ROOM SIZERUGS : : J RUGGED 100%




VISCOSE RUG



(All 1st Quality' Nylon Wool I PLUS BONDED CUSHION BACK


Viscose Rayon Blends ;'

((1)) 1012 Gold Twttd,Continuous (1)I) 1012 Red Plush 100*. Nylon Double Jut
Filament Nylon ((1)) 1U12 Red Plush 100'. Nylon Doubl. Jute 12.88
(1)), 1012 Pumpkin Cut Pile 50% Wool, ((2)) 1014.8 Btigt |00" Nylon, COlltillUOUI'
50% Nyloll. Filamtnt Foom
(2)) 1112 Blue Loop 100% Nylon Scrim ((1)) 11xU Grain Plush 100% Nylon Scrim
(2)) Ih11lrolll.ScroIlIOO Acrylic ((2) 1213 R.lllbowHilaI00'NloIIColltilluou,
GROUP 1SO (1)) 1112 Pumpkin Cut Pilt 50% Nylon, GROUP 2 Filament Foam MEASURES X 11'
50% Wool ((1) 12.I 14 Gr.." Plush 100'; Nylon Scrim
(1)) 11x11 Btigt Tweed 100% Wool ((1)) 1214 B.lgt Plush 100*; Nylon Scrim
((1)) 11.913 Green Loop 100% Wool ((2)) 1214 Grttn Plush 100 ft Nylon Scrim
((1)) 12x13 lig.LoopI00% Nylon
((1))
12.I4.lg.HiloColltilluOuIFiI.ntNyloll
(1)) 12x14 Btigt Loop 100% Nylon
((1)) 1215 Btigt Hilo Continuous
Filament
((1)) 1215 Bt3tLoop! 100% Nylon I Nylon
(1)) 1215 Rainbow Hilo 50% Wool 50% Nylon ((2)) 1215 Blut/Grttn Continuous Filament
((2)) 12x15 Avocado Hilo 100% Viscose Rayon $68 Nylon
((1)) 1216 Avocado Hilo 100% Vii COl. Rayon (21) 1215' Btigt Hilo 100% Nylon Scrim _______
((1)) 1219 Grttn Twttd Hilo 100 Viscose (3)) 1215 Blut/Grttn Tweed Continuoui
Rayon Filament Nylon
((1)) 1220 Green Tweed Hilo 100% Viscose ((1)) 1215 Royal Blut 100*; Nylon Scrim ,1.
Rayon ((1)) 1215 Royal Blut 100% Nylon Scrim "' \

((1)) 1220 Brown Twttd Hilo 100% Vhcost III 1215 Grin Plush 100% Nylon Scrim
Rayon (3)) 1216 Avocado Plush 100% Nylon
((1)) 12x21 Brown Tweed Hilo 100% Viicoit ((2)) 1218 Grain Cut Pilt 100% Nylon
Rayon ((2)) 1218 Spict Btig Loop 100% Nylon 1

PALL RUGS OFFERED FOR SALE ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS CHOOSE EARLY '

[SORRY, FREE GIFT WRAPPING DOES NOT APPLY TO THESE RUGS But, W. Will o.iiv.r Your Choice At NO Extra Charge p1 t a'f"t4'1+ '




C{I a! I New Dignity and Luxury ,

Assorted Woolens 'v for Your Bathroom I


and Wool BlendsREDUCED SCALLOPED


FOR THIS ANNIVERSARY SALE TOWELS



Sew Up More dry a' Rosebud Blue Mist Misty Mint Comport T. i
Peach Blush Candle Light Others StlliAfl At
Clothes To All with Wovtn-in Whit Scolloptd 16.99
Borders .
roe
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WearForLess s, x BATH Striking' new .".ct for any room 'In your hornv '-
< t+ Reg. 1.99 1 00 and at dollars ton then yew aver dared heptl
Money r ", / y, You pot lh. bold drawa of I..tured tw.edl" G
rIch btoie ol coloril I long-Iaa'lnq bounce.beck
HANDReg. undtr furnlluit and f.*t. lhanlii to /floor-hugging!
e5 Q foam cushion pod. N,atly bound tdg...
1.29 /
B Multi-hu. fwttcJi:
/ Matching Wash Cloth Rtg. 39c Just 29c each blacw'brewn.whlt.' k,lg.,brown-wMto
black-whit grttn.brown-whk.DE .

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uD o tjuick-ond-eoiy shift rv
Ihot'i l Idtlt more than two r 4 !a ;
darts 'and o few jtroioMttarro ?
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