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Title: Gainesville sun
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89th Year, No. 103 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1964 NEWSSTAND PRICE lOc
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I Poll Watchers Watch Poll Watchers I Election-




TALLAHASSEE (AP) Poll Tom Adams telegraphed the 17 Democrats said they under to the voters.In selves In a fair and proper mansonal political views," be said Inner :
watchers were watching voters county supervisors of registration stood the Republicans planned an effort to offset these so that all qualified citizens a prepared statement, "In one At AGlance
and poll officials were watching saying he had informationthat delaying tactics; the Republicans barrassments, Adams suggested may vote freely and without inthing we should be united: our I
poll watchers In i double-bar' a voter slowdown was In denied it. challenges be handled separate timidauon"' committment to the democraticGov.
celled effort to assure proper the works. Adams said his Information ly, thereby allowing the non- Farris Bryant called process." i:
voting procedures In today'i "Without saying who planned was that some voters would deliberately challenged voters access to the upon all concerned to respect Sen. George Smathers, D-Fla,
genera election. such a slowdown, Adams said delay in the voting voting booths. and defend the franchise of othnot up for re-election aid It By THE! ASSOCIATED PRESS
The issue came to a bead the information was serious booth and that poll watchers Adams called upon officials of ers to vote WM inconceivable to him that Here are pome key fact on
Monday after Secretary of State enough to warrant warnings. would Issue frivolous challenges both parties to "conduct tJlem.Machines. "Whatever may be our perlSe.. WATCH on Page 2)) today'i general elections
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At stake The
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r Senate seats, ill 433 House


sea Cut seats Turnout: About 71 million

expected to vote.

Hours: First polls opened one
minute after midnight In some
rural New England areas, voting
extends to 2 a m. EST
Wednesday In western Alaska.

Weather: Generally air and

Record VoteLong nation.mild predicted for moat of the


Pre-electlnn polls: Most polls
Indicate victory for President

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First Time at Polls PollsBy e e os

It's bad enough when you're voting for the first time but when there are nearly NORM La COE
50 levers to move as in today' election that' another story Nancy Sheble (left), Sun Staff Writer o

who just reached the voting age of 21 this year, got pointers from Gladys Raeieyn Vote machine trouble, Including
ski, precinct worker at the Florida Union, this morning1. (Sun Photo by Eddie Davis) mis fires In the write-In

mechanism slowed down the
vote In Gainesville today In
Schools Board Wins Points some precincts and threatened

to turn to ashes Monday's prediction
of a record turnout of

In County School IntegrationFrom voters.Long lines grew it some precincts .

At Westwood, precinct
r 24, some voters gave up and
Wire Services well ruled In favor of the about staffs enrollment, facilities went home without casting :
TALLAHASSEE The Ala. school board on most of many and policies Some questions their ballots. 4& 4-
chua County School Board won points raised In arguments were very broad, callingfor Precinct worker reported the
a round, on technical points In essence the legal battle detailed replies. turnout of voters very high but
here Monday In U.S. District concerned procedure* but It The questions were asked under the going very slow. | !. .
Court In Its battle over a suit also defined how broadly the **hs seeking total desegregation of segregation question will be rules, which are designed to made at the write. In mechanism .I
the school system. examined In Alachua County In let each I side know the essence did not work. Reportswere
U. S. Judge G. Harrold Cars- the forthcoming trial. of the other's case, so verified at Girl Scout Hut,
Parents of 14 Alachua County that they will settle differencesmore precinct 16. Westwood precinct
school students 11 Negro quickly. 24 and Kirby Smith School, Vital
Public AiringOf and three white have sued Winston' Arnow school board precinct 1.Machine. Three Governor
to desegregate the school sys attorney objected that the NA. trouble was reported
Sidewalk ACP questions were much too all over the city. Two mechanics -
tem.More than half the Negro broad. and in some cases the employed by the county, Posts At
Program SetBy children Involved already have NAACP was not entitled under were kept busy answering calls. Races in Spotlight
rules to information and
some At Westwood.
been admitted to formerly all. one woman reported -
JEAN CARVER white schools in Gainesville. documents. the waited in line one
Sun Staff WriterA Carswell ruled In favor or hour 40 minutes, before getting StakeWASHINGTON
NAACP attorneys Including Arnow WASHINGTON (AP) Twen- faces who scored Republican
on most points Into the ballot booth.
Dec. 14 public hearing to Earl Johnson Jacksonville However, he also ruled the At that three ty.five governors will be elected victories in 1M2! Is after a second
discuss plans with property called on the school board to NAACP Its precinct, machines (AP The today with the races In Illinois term In the State House.
can renew queslions were being used, and ) -
owners In 11 areas where the to furnish detailed information Michigan and Arkansas Romney has not endorsed Cold-
provided It asks for more one was not operating people do more than elect a
Is planning a 152,000 assessment getting most of the national water.
city
specific information At J. J. Flnley, precinct 5, president today they elect a
set
sidewalk was attention.In Nell Slaebler .
program SI, long
Johnson was not present for Congress that can make or a prominent
Monday by the Gainesville City AbsenteeBallot the hearing (See POLLS td rile II) break his legislative program. Illinois, Republican CharlesH. figure In Democratic politics

Commission.The His statement was read, In And while electing a Con. Percy, 4S, Is trying to turn In the state, Is Romney's
ordinance approved by which he asked that certain back the lI'Cond.term bid of opponent. Currently the state's
Hillsborough they put the political I
the commission set the assessment May school board records and facts gress who Democratic Gov. Otto Kerner, conlr' sm.n.at.llre. Staebler
spotlight on men figure
for abutting property be made available. may ... has been trying hard to Us I
sidewalk routes at one GOP Halt dramatically and powerfullyIn
along the May Romney to Goldwaler
Loom LargeMIAMI Arnow found most questions presidential elections to Percy a protege of former
dollar a linear foot. Irrelevant not pertinent to president Dwight D. Elsenhow Of the 23 governorships at
If commissioners decide to go election the legal questions Involved. Vote ReturnsTAMPA come Robert r. Kennedy should he er, has endorsed and supported stake today II are held by
AP A close
with the 13 projects after )
ahead Democrats, 7 by Republicans
Judge Carswell sustained Ar. GOP presidential candidate
defeat Incumbent Kenneth B.
talking with property sidewalkswill ownersat state in and Florlda-both national candidates-, on the (See SCHOOLS on Page 2)) (AP) The Republl- Keating for a New York Senate Barry Goldwater but has pointed Including holdovers, t he national
hearing
the public can party of Florida threat.ened lineup now Is 14 Demo.
differences he
to has with the
be Installed at: could be determined by the absentee seat might become a force on
N. E. 7th Street from Jth Ave- ballot.A Mars ShotIs suit to hold up Hillsbor- which all Democrats would Arlzonan. (See STATES e* r".2)
nue south to 5th Avenue, west poll of :$ of Florida's. (7 ough County'i after election returns have to reckon In future national National Interest In Arkansas
today a dispute developedover
counties showed more than S7. conventions stems from the fact that a Republican
side. (
N, E. Sth Avenue from lib 000 absentee ballots had been on TapCAPE watchers disqualification the of GOP In the Republican party, Rob Winthrop Rockefeller,
Street east to 7th Street, both given out Of this number, not election polls board. by county ert Taft Jr might reach the 12, Is given an outside chance to WHERETO
sides all were returned by the voters KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) board same heights of Influence and turn snide the bid of Democratic
The turned
N. W. lOth Street from 7th by the I p,m. deadline Monday. The first of two spaceships of Republican away watcher a number power should he defeat incumbent Gov Orval Faubus, S4, for a.11'h FIND IT
Avenue south to 5th Avenue, However In a eloee race such bound for Mars Is to be after refusing to polls accept their Stephen A. Young for an two-year term.
west side as one that occurred between launched Wednesday credentials. Ohio Senate test Faubus, who won his lint Cemics/ . (2
State Attorney General James An Atlos-Agena rocket Is to State GOP chairman Ton All mathematical odds foreshadow term In 1954, has been governor Classified. IMJIntertelnment
Additional City Commission Kynes and Miami attorney Earl blast, off during a 90-mlnuta Fairfield Brown charged that a Democratic con almost as long as Rockefeller 7
stories on Page 5. Faircloth, absentee ballots could period starting at 12.47 p.m. the action was The blUest trolled Congress after today'svote. brother of New York Gov ObMiMrles 2
make the difference. EST. Mariner 4, an Identical vote steal In the history of the That, of course, would Nelson A. Rockefeller, has lived ej Opinion Fef . 4
Hawthorne Road from 15th Faircloth unseated Kynes bya spacecraft, is to be launched a State." He?said he bad Instructed mean legislative trouble for In the state. Sports Ml
Street east to Wth Street, both alum margin of 99 votes in few days later, the date depending bit attorney to file suit Republican Barry Goldwater If In Michigan Gov. George We", .,,'. 6
sides. the final counting. on bow well Mariner does. immediately. (See SENATE .1 rile 2)) Romney, Ss, one of the new
East University Avenue from Dade County Issued an estimated Each spacecraft Is to speed
15th Street east to llth Street, 14,000 absentee ballots across space for IH months
both sides with about 10,000 expected be passing within 1(00 miles of
N. W. Ifth Avenue from llth: returned and counted. Duval Issued Mars in mid-July. Each Is to u.s. Record Certain I
Street west to 22nd Street, south I.ITS, Hillsborough 1,000, take 22 photographs of the surface Voting I'rASH
tide Pinellas 1,741 and Palm Beach of Mars.
N. E. 12th Street from 19th 4221. Orange County Issued The Information would help
Place north to 23rd Boulevard) 3,280 and Sarasota 2JU. The engineers design capsules which
both sides smallest number reported in the the United States hopes to land CTO'f: (AP) An most every opinion poll and In San Francisco where la their vice-presidential running
N. W Kth Avenue from Ith poD was Union County with SI on Mars 1 to 196) expected record 71 million voters political sign pointed .la President July he became the GOP candi. males, made their political
Street west to Uth Street, south decide today whether Lyn Johnson in a walka date, Goldwater said] : reputations here It Washington
side don B. Johnson or Barry Cold- way, possibly! by the largest "1 pledge to you, no matter as members of Congress.But .
West University Avenue west BlIAFttNi water should guide the nation popular-vote margin In moders the cost that from the first day today they were back
from 27th Terr., to 14th Street, t NITED RNP through the ant four ,ears. presidential history. I set foot In the White House where they began and their
north side.N. uma.t'l1lN. fleams CWimsw, INt taIIfeJp Mild and fair weather, with But Sen. Goldwater Is wed to until the day I leave that I will home towns had an iu-Amert
E 23rd Boulevard east few exceptions, made It almost being behind he had a long, level with you that 1 will give can ring Johnson to Johnson
from North Main Street to N.E. certain that the H J million vote uphill battle' to win the Republican you an honest administration, City Tex his vlce-presldmUal
12th Street, south side. As contribution reports come in from the division Iotal of 1MO would be Mr surpined. nomination and be Js still that I will tell you the truth" candidate Sen. Hubert H. Hum
N. E. 23rd Boulevard east chairmen, it's very encouraging to note specific hoping for a political miracle. Both look note, at leas Indirectly phrey, In Waverly, Minn.; Cold-
from fth Street to 12th Street, Increases ever previous years made by sujor) The utloa's first returns Both candidates wound up of the polls. water In Phoenix. Arts., and his
north side. tJ came from the tiny mountain their campaigns! Monday Bight By voting for him Co W*Her running mate Rep. WlQlant E.
N. W. 2nd Street north from For Innceouh. Alachua General Hospital'sweOorgubed community/ of DtrvUTe. NH. Its with a pledge.In said! "you can prove that you Miller, In Otcott. N.Y.
Uth Lane to 23rd Boulevard, United Fund campaign fed a goal eight voters all fSVmd. Republicans his borne state. TIMS, lUll run this country not the As for pods they put Johnson
west side- of f loot for this year. When the final tally was to. finished ba3olwg! it Johnson said: politicians not the pollsters not ahead at the start of the campaign
N. W 8th Avenue east from they had raised fim.it This Is a n per cent Increase over the 12.01 a-ra. EST. The tally: Cold- "I pledge my total ammlU the computers, none of these" and they kept him In front
JSth Street to 38th Street, north amount hospital personnel raised last year and exceeded their water I, Johnson (. meat .to preserve peace while Johnson spoke lib a man who all the way.A .
,id.. established goal this year by 11 per cent While they're picking a prtii- protecting freedom. I want to thought be had It la the bag couple of the national poDs
City Manager Bill Green told Also, the General Electric plant employes la Hague, most of deaf American tars will also reduce the threat nuclear war "The campaign Is ever," be wound up this way:
the commissM letters oufliaw whom are newcomers to ear United Fund campaign this year contributed be electing 23 governors, JS to maintain presidential con saidOur work after this elee. Dr George Gallup II per
tag the assessable sidewalk plan more than 13001 senators 431 House members trol ever our nuclear weapons lion win be to heal the wounda cent of the popular vote far
would be sent to affected property This Is a fine performance ky both of these organizations. II Is and a !host of state and local to strengthen *ir affiances of the campaign and to rebuildthe Johnson, Goldwater 32 per cent
owners before the Dec. 14 heartening to note Oat this kind of support for our charitable, youth ffidala. and to advance the cause of unity of the people.* Louis HarrisJohnson Q
public! lIran l- and health services can be tossed. la our community. light down to the wire, sl_ freedom around the world.! Both candidates, sad both (See ELECTION. rage tjTE
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JAMES CREWS Mrs. Eunice Smith Crews; two

crate and 18 Republicans. ,I In Arizona, Richard Klein- James R. Crews 34, of 209 SE I daughters, Sheilah Diana and

A Cwitrdly tale" end mile In Texas, Gov. John B. Con-'dlenst, 41, a Goldwater field 50th St. died Monday at Ala- Kathy Fay; i sister, Mrs. Dorothy
,
trash WMnmtty. La. onlM" Mla of President John I
Francisco
ally, one director before the San his
mother
Boggle, Largo;
H High' WMiKMUy 71 to M.Intirly chua General Hospital after an
wend, I to II mlln MI nor.S son's closest personal and political convention, seeks to succeed Mrs. Gladys Waters, Gatnes*
extended Illness. :
Corny cloudy though WMMi.d atr. au. wt w associates, is seeking a second another close friend of Gold- '
N. North to Mrlhaul wins term, and political observers water, Paul Fannin. Fannin Is
I to II muss par .,.,. Park and was a cabinet maker. Crews, McAlpin, Fla.
give him a clear edge. running for Goldwater's Senate
C D E F G Partly cloudy Opposing Connally, 47, whowas Survivors Include his widow LEE ROY SWAILSLee

t 6 through Wednesday. Low tonight I wounded In Dallas last Nov. seat.Klelndienst'i Democratic I Roy Swails. 63, of 1831

60s. High Wednesday 1GAINESVILLE 22. .when President John F. opponent More About NE 1th Terr., died Monday

80. Northerly winds 8 to 18 Kennedy was assassinated, is Is Sam Goddard, 45, night at his home following in-

miles per hour, H [ Republican Jack Crichton, 48, a Harvard-educated Tucson attor extended illness.

5v MMPartly cloudy tonight' M4WWrmdiy. Dallas oil man.More ney. WatchFrom He operated a'grocery store
+ i. Low tonight .... Hit"Wdd.y and was a member of the Baptist
M to IS Northerly wlnaiI
lo II mlln par _,. About Church.
tl 800 I K Partly cloudy through Wadnmd \ Survivors Include his widow,
AS! law '
y. tonight n. High Wodnowy 1
.y .. II Northerly wino It to II WEATHER Page Mrs. Lila Mae Lltei Swans;

mill par hour. Municipal Airport read Polls two brothers, Frank, Fort
: ALMANAC groups of citizens would plan to White and Joseph.. Florence
Sunart today I. I 41 m.IvnrlH take from other citizens their S. c.; and two sisters, Mrs.
tomorrow : m. today. High 67 at 2 p.m. low
Now Moon tomorrow I:17 ..m, From Page 1 right to vote by harassing taco McNair Lake and
Tha (Knot, Nan, rltM t:3l: ...... 13 at 5 a.m. No rain. Mabel City;
and lo now I..' north of ma et,. TlM'UATUUI iLnleHaneNI Mrs. Julia Mathews. Daytona
1100.1.will Continuing anon '""thl.to .frow II.gulut orlghttr.Man and. J.oC.olvllle ,7s_ Low oo 5000 one or two machines were reported Registration this year is 32816 ,- I tics."In Florida, in America, this Beach. -

at tho and at Dacombcr will Ka twice/ M..I 11 1.1 out of operation all and Mrs. Alma K. Bethea, type of disfranchisement should
.. .
T.m.
brlahas that ilar.MAKINI 11 N JAMES BOND
Al/ante morning. registration supervisor, predicted not be permitted," he said. "It
77 n .
cosmos, Now Orl.an. STARKE James
B. Bond
IAIT GUL' No""y wind, a toII Slot,, II H that from'22,000 to 25,- is technically legal; but it Is un- ,
Now yell Despite the problems, e any 71, Starke, died Sunday. .after
.....Cols. P.015" cloudy' "OUfh W... :: n wr150 000 voters roughly three- American In concept and re
.y. voting was running generally In auto'accident
noon an north
..n
fourths of those registered suit.
K.:1 City SI 04 ahead of the Spring primary
of here on State Road 200.
CODAS KEY TIDES ,
.
D." 11 p .21 will cast ballots. Both the Republican and Democratic
w.mNdw HI.h N 12 54 5.m' sod Worlll II aS elections. For example: Mr. Bond, a retired farmer
I:10 ,.m. Low at /:41 am. and J:41 L. AoaIo' 7. n Poor weather combined with parties Mid they would
p m. ...",, moved to Starke four
51 41 .01 -Florida Union years ago
precinct 31, watchers in all of the
delays at the polls, could reduce have poll
IA" winpnoti" by c.me to tun from Gleason, Tenn. He wasa
reported 213 ballots cast, com this forecastA state's 2,2ft precincts.Last .
Disappearing Act More AboutElection More AboutSchools pared to 80 in the second pri member of the B a p till i l
record turnout Is predicted month, the Republicanparty church. .

: Norman Cousins, editor of Saturday Review, took mary. not only for Alachua Coun asked Adams to deputize Surviviors include four daugh

: these pictures of Nikita Khrushchev last year during -Kirby Smith school, precinct ty, but for all Florida. Two mil poll watchers to assure a proper tens Mrs. Cora L. Hartman of

an Interview as the then Soviet premier playfully 4, reported 210 ballotscast lion voters are expected to go election. Adams declined, sayinghis St. Louis, Mo., Mrs. Frances
how he could hide In large bear coat. budget could not stand the Waters of Arcadia Fla.
: demonstrated a compared to 169 In the to the polls. Mrs.
DETHRONED From Page 1 From Page 1 first primary. Here is the precinct by-pre- t,000 strain such an effort Betty White of Los Angeles,

lilG DAY I clnct count of voters it about would cost. Calif., Mrs. Lucille Smithof

.' TRep. Joseph W. Martin Jr. King Saud, 62, of Saudi per cent, Goldwater 35. had called on the school boardto -Hawthorne reported 103 bal- 10 a.m., comparing the vote The state cabinet declined on St. Louis; three sons, Bill)
If these figures prove accurate furnish detailed Information Iota cast, compared to IS and and Bond .
Bobby both of Tampa
2>f5ects to celebrate two events I Arabia was turnout with the spring pri the same grounds md said politIcal
then Johnson would score now's answers to questions concerning 110 In the two primaries. I suited and Henry Bond ot Milan
his Both birthday and were better
today dethroned MonJ higher than the 60.8 mary. parties
per cent the number and natureof Tenn.
erection to his 21st consecutive (day and his racked up by Franklin D. facilities available to both -Mlcanopy reported 100 bal 1. Waldo, 79, up from 77. for such a Job.Republican of Starke; a brother. sister, R. W. Bone
a Mrs. Ma
term In the U.S. House of Rep i brother, Crown Roosevelt over Alt M. Landon in Negro and white students, ando lots cast, compared to II in the 2. LaCrosse, 131, no primary State Chairman Kamerer ;of Martin, ,Tenn. )

resentatives. Prince I and S36 or the 60.4 per cent by War. the number of students In first primary.But figures. Tom Brown said Adams' warnings -

Martin, once speaker of the \ Prime Minister ren G. Harding over James M. the school district by race. Westwood and J. J. Fin- 3. Alachua, 113, up from 95 about voter harrassment W. B. SCHWALL

House and five times the chairman \\ Faisal, Cox in 1920. Arnow said that "facilities" ley schools fell behind the rate 4. Klrby-Smith 210, up from were last minute political chi DAYTONA BEACH W. B

of Republican national 60, was proclaimed By contrast, the fabulous cliffhanger Includes everything from the 169. canery. Schwall, 52, of Holly Hill, dice
convention, was confident of king. of 1960 found John F. number of books In a library set last broke spring,down when at voting both machines 5. J. J. Finley, 290, down He said Republican/ poll Friday night after a brief ill

retaining his seat. He's beaten Mecca radio Kennedy barely edging his Republican to the number of lavatories in pre 'From 333. watchers would be at the precincts ness. He was a carpenter.

his Democratic opponent, Edward King Saud announced. rival, Richard M. NIxon use. He argued the question Is cincts. 6. Newberry, 117, down from "because Democrat state Born In Georgia, he moved k

F. Doolan, In seven other in the popular vote, 49.7 percent far too broad. At J. J. Finley, precinct 5,. 122. officials refused our repeated requests Florida In 1925. He was a member .

elections. Martin lives In North ONLY U.N. to 49.5. Arnow also argued that the two of five voting machines 7. Sidney Lanier, 290, up from' to provide special election of the Holly Hill Baptin I I

Attlcboro, Mass. President Chung Hee' Park Yet In the end the popular question about enrollment by were reported broken down 240. deputies to police the Church, Veterans of Forelgr I
vote Is meaningless even race Is because I. Hawthorne, 103, down from Wars and the American Legion.
said today South Korea will Improper, the and lines of voters waiting to polls.
"accept nothing but the United though the candidates yearn for'school board does not keep cast ballots stretched far. 11n Survivors include his widow,

Nations proposed formula" every one they can get. In our, records by race, meaning it I' ]0. Micanopy, 100, up from II. Mrs. Iris Schwall; a stepson,

for unification with Communist- federal system, winning the can only approximate the num. By 143: a.m., 290 had cast 12. Stephen Foster, 318, up More AboutSenate John Worthington, Washington

states is what counts. ber of Negroes attending; ballots at Finley, compared from 315. D. C.; six sisters, Mrs. Anthony
governed North Korea.A I
If a candidate wins a state, by The Alachua County school with 333 In the first primary I 13. School Administration Stella, Mrs. Louis Pennisl
U.N. resolution eaHi l l for no matter how small a margin, system operates basically and 325 In the second. PrecinctS Building, 349, up from 190. I and Mrs. William Simpson, all

free elections In both parts of he picks up all Its electoral the state Pupil AssignmentLaw under with 2,030 registered voters, 15. Rochelle, 46, up from 35. of Gainesville; Mrs. Ha rrV

the country. votes. That explains why so which permits schoo I Is the second largest of the 18. Girl Scout Hut, 314, up Edwards, Millville, N. J.; Mrs

Unification has become a hot much time Is spent wooing the boards to assign students to county's 32 precincts. From 260. From Page 1 Reginald Anderson, Atlanta;

political issue In connection with populous states: New York, schools on the basis of 17. Gainesville High, 163, up and Mrs. Gene Clark, Miami;
recent world events, Including zones.i Westwood, precinct 24, reported from 141. '
with 43 electoral votes; California he were elected president as three brothers, Refoe, Chatta
Red China's detonation of a nuclear with 40; Pennsylvania, with Local one of three machines broken 20. High Springs, 130 down It would for any president If nooga. Tenn.; Gerald, Holly.
device. VoleReturns
I 29; Ohio and Illinois, with 26 down. Voters faced delaysof 'from 169. Congress were controlled by the wood; and Reginald, Port Or
North Korea's Communists I each! and Texas, with 25. 45 minutes, possibly more, 24. Westwood, 201, down from inge.
party.
have demanded.an I m mediate The magic number for election OnWUFTTV at mid-morning. By 9:45: 201 295. opposition'
But a Democratic Congress
meeting with South Korean officials : 270 electoral votes. ballots had been cast, com 25. Buchholz, 246, up from all ENOLA BRIDWELL
would not necessarily mean
to discuss the means for All presidential campaigns pared with 291 In the first primary 234. LAKE BUTLER Miss Eno-

reuniting Die country. provide a bewildering and and 295 In the second. 28. Llttlewood, 264, down from roses Johnson.for a :triumphant Democratic President Congresses la A. Bridwell 79, of Lake Butler

43 bI'rince sometimes dismaying swirl of' Local, state and national election I The previous record turnoutfor 500. in recent have died Monday in King Memorial -
years
Issues, on the theory that no returns will be telecast over a presidential election wan < 27. Recreation Center, 195, up refused to accept more than apart Hospital after an extend.ed .

thambllis, 11 Negro voter's likes or dislikes or WUFT TV, Channel 5 tonight 1960, when 11.010 of 24,125 from 148. of the tendered by' illness.
honor student from a Birmingham I 28. Vote Machine Warehouse program Miss Bridwell born In
prejudices should be overlooked starting at 7 o'clock. "Station registered voters cast their bal- Democratic I' was
Ala., high school, break" reports will occur at 7 In 326, up from 301. presidents.Both Augusta, Ga., and moved to
lots was higher
Registration sides modest'
,
predict
tries out with the band at the If this campaign had a central p.m, and 7:30: p.m. From 1-8:30: 19H, at 27,056, but only 15,205 29. Howard Bishop, 495, up gains In the election of 35 of the I ISenate'l lake Butler in 1932, where she
school has
nidKelield. Conn., high theme It probably was this: >.m. a wrap-up program will turned out to vote. from 420. 100 seats. Barring resided since.
Monday. lie was admitted as Should this nation have a large, bring viewers voting returns 30. Lake Forest School, 227, the electorate Ii. She was employed as a news
violent
I student yesterday after the centralized government, with a from Alachua and surrounding up from 184. upheaval by reporter for the Gainesville

town was thrown Into turmoil strong presidency, or should the ,counties. More AboutTampa 31. Florida Union, UF, 213, up much, the the Senate character should maintain it had I Sun, the Union County Times
same
when the board of education Sy power rest more with state and Emphasis will be placed on from 10. In the last Congress. The breakdown and the Florida Times Union for
I ruled Chambllss was a non. local authorities local and area races. Display 32. St .Michael's Church, 107, the past 20 years.
then 66 Democratsand
resident and could not attend Goldwater constantly hammered wards showing the number of up from 80.Naval. was Survivors are one slater Mri.
34
I the school because of e v e r- Republicans. Bess Reeves, Raleigh N. C.
on this Issue. votes cast for every office and the of ;
At lineup
; crowding. Rule was finally "This Democratic adjournment, five nieces, Mrs. Marion Burns,
( ) administration amendments on the ballot will I Reserve the House was 257 Democrats to
waived and he was allowed to no matter how you slice be used to show how Alachua From 1 178 Including five Waycross; Mrs. Lorlne Lockeby
; enroll by paying a tuition of it Page Republicans I Lockeby, Daytona Beach Mrs.
he said
"wants to piss County voted in the presidential Talk Tonight vacancies. With all 435 seats at ;
$650 a year. He was brought solutions on to the people from race and the state and county Mary Mot a.; Jacksonville;
both sides
The disqualification was reportedly stake this year, are
I north by a Ridftefleld group Washington. It. Is Washington- contests. ,Mrs. Janice Magee, Alexandria,
e formed to help gifted lluI centered not based on a technicalIty. Prof. Donald C. Bunting, assistant predicting gains of at least 15 Va; and Mrs. Beulah McCalne.
state-centered its
This
1964 election
coverage Complete Information was professor of physical seats
dents. bureaucrlcy- entered, not marks the first time WUFT-TV not available science at the University of If the Democrats are right, L.Raleigh Haire, N. C.; two nephews, M.
Indivldual Daytona Beach and
|NO ISSUES entered. has had live coverage of a national The election board Is a separate Florida will address local U.S. the gain might be enough to John
Giving the victory .11 n is Johnson repeatedly Insisted election. Local viewers agency in Hillsborough Naval Reserve Company M ease much of a DemocraticpresIdent' Bridwell, Panama City.
: British humorist Mal col I m i Carl Pout Sihwendy of Allani that the federal government hid will have an opportunity to
see County created by legislative tonight at 7.13: in the naval legislation through
; MugRfridge says elections In i tic City N.J., who'll be 100 a job to do. local voting tabulations In
ac
act. In theory, it is nonpartisan; training center, 1300 NE 8th Congress.
the United States and Britain I years old In April. He says "A responsible government," tion.
but the county has been heavily But, if the Republicans are
have evolved into per lonallty'contests he will vote a straight GOP he said, "will not turn lls back Ave.Prof. '
Program director John Ha- Democratic Bunting will talk on research right, the Democratic losses B
between identical can ticket today, as he his doneIn on workers whose jobs have ney, producer director Richard There art some 183,000 voters projects of the U.S. Na- might be enough to ensure thata

didates.MuRgcridge. 19 previous general dect been taken over by machines." Settle and news director Donald registered In the county. Eighteen -,val Oceanographic Office. All conservative coalition In the
editor of t lions since he III.I first Nor will It turn
former cast lls back, he
Grooms are In charge of oper thousand are registered as interested persons are Invitedto House could hold a veto over all
Punch, told a news conference t vote for Benjamin Harrison said, on poverty or education.
ations. Republicans. I attend.! legislation OOIOWOLL Mill _..
14-
KOLA l
; Monday there Is a lack of issues In 18811. A retired postman, he From here a flock of Issues ___ __ __ --- 5000050 tar Mn, ('_'. ?, N.
communl- spends his time and emerged: In Nowl rooonor KM, SoN,/ 11.II M
because of mass collecting morality government A *., on W0wloy. NonmMr 4.
a cations. mounting stamps. war and peace, civil lIe* II "'11 avlttaM' Owe.* lit
rights, crime In the city streets, Goldwater in Lonely Vigil at Home "WMtlnt OY/Im ,win' 10 e* urvlcoo.ln. Jacob win Mann will
nuclear Joj I" "mtovor Mo.wI, PIT Como.u2 .
control, communism,, lot *_"'" ... sdar l". *'*.
A BUSY DAY Cuba, the Supreme Court. iH-1 .'_. fmtnt Homo of

I Aside from the Issues, each i PHOENIX ,Arte. (APFar newsmen waiting for his reaction stone's throw from the Arizona As he has for two months he OIl.....* K.!."lull*"ir 10 .5,00t'od MoMoy, who nwitIliE. 11.-

side tried to show, either openlyor from the crowd and the tumult to the balloting.He line -was a tiny fraction of warned of what he called the on "DIMM."' 'W Mm......,trldwMIo. .. ottor

= AT PRECINCT 13The covertly, that the other side's that have been his daily fare, flew to Fredonla, Arlt., that figure, but only 500 people dangers of big government ,.oo,,od 55m to L..lot.. A05016 lutwr line*.. \n.Old fc nod,-
man simply wlsn'( fit for the Sen. Barry Goldwater awaited live there, and the crowd w.sfar "What we have been doing Is 01 l."t. IMmotro at *w tomlly
late from San Francisco ,
Monday ;r Mrv 5,. II...... ..liigh'.
people came to vote ear Looks like you're going to White House. in the guarded privacy of his and the biggest crowd of his bigger than the population wrong," he said "The trouble Is N I *.... "'"* *>.,101I 5,100:

ly and In a' steady stream at have a busy day," he smiled to To spread the word Gold- hilltop home today the nation's campaign, a surging mass of figure for Goldwater'i good luck that some people would rather w.crlo"."...**_*1.. Mrs.AI...Lor'Mary"a Lac Mom.**.

Precinct 13 the Alachua County the deputy on duty.It water plied up almost 70000,judgment on his bid for the people who swarmed throughthe town, where he has wound up be quiet than give up the material i-1" *'.*.."' >'*".",janko.."'."' _McC.A....

School Administration Build- was a busy day.Report miles. Miller and Humphrey;While House. streets of the business district :,each of his Senate campaigns.His things that they have .so............. N l.oh c. 5 -Jam .b.M4l, M L.,Mol P.>o.laiWJ. ..
Inff logged around 50,000 mile: campaign finale was morea gained by remaining quiet ow. city n.
The Arizonan and his wife to see his motorcade Inch
They fell into the line, which apiece. conversation than a speech. "They would rather remain M*. JAMII I. pmrl
extended outside Into a cold Church Johnson apparently had planned one daytime outing In pit. "To come back here where to quiet and take a chance, a rxrxm .. ? _

damp mist, and leaned forwardto thought It better If he didn't public to cast their own ballots "That was the most amazing much of me lives is a wonderful chance that maybe Just maybe .Wino,. Noiro.i.001 4 ....P.M.ot WI"'?_....

peer Into the voting room HurgliirizcdGainesville campaign! too much that wash,at a school near their sprawlinghome. thing that's happened" In the wonderful experience," our people might be different, THamoo. tonductmi chaps 0,0 win>tonlcoo.IWAILS. Rov, .NL I. Lana.jrd .

where precinct workers scurried the early word from the White whole campaign, Goldwater Goldwater said.
that .
we might not be like the Ml tie .OT vnorat _
back and forth. :today the Church police of Christ reported, 205NW House but In the end he. too, Tonight, when the voters have said later.tioldwater'i. Time and again he seemed to Romans, we might not be like Jjf* C 2T_.?!.. .if. *I.!?*-!.."..,".*. woe,.II.,.
At the door, a sheriff's deputy was a traveling man, with 36,000 made their verdict; Goldwater security chief be at the end of his final speech. the Creeks, like the Babylonians do*. $ommtw 4 7544 M M9oIOo

stood silently :Nearby, an old I last week nth St.losing, was in burglarized RCA microphone miles. is expected to come to a desert Hugh C. McDonald, estimated But he stayed on, talking about who went our ways, who M CrW000,150*n nia canry CIIur .et aeo wet the. .M...lot.

man with a cane sat humminga and amplifier valued resort about a mile from his I the throng at 200.00 the philosophy he has cham- traded their senates for circuses thm a WNI1o.ylym, po.ara _

song and watching voters ','It $150. Straw Votes house to appear before television The turnout In Fredonla -I pioned during an M,000-mlle who traded/ freedom for II

come and go. The theft occurred between cameras and more than 100 actually In Kanab, Utah, a race for the presidency. handouts" U Uon GainisvilU Sun
Mothers came, carrying their
Wednesday and Friday. Invev Hate I
babies. One Negro man walked Opposite


waiting.In bag.with He his ate brown a sandwich paper lunch while I tlgation Youth will continue.Held Results Here i Johnson Voting Straight Ticket !I bid Mlurdoy.*.PIAIIloNd br celerooso*:.nd er Gaintwlll Sunday Wnes tot-Of mem.fub'tom SI-


Florida.and .
One man was not properly Two local straw votes taken I ,
registered and couldn't vote. An In Assault Monday differed sharply on JOHNSON CITY Tex. (AP) ,establish nearly :30 years ago. poets to make a victory state the earth" is miDiens awaited -"' mttffd r lit ma M Pod second Office cloM
old lady voted, and came out I dav's election President Johnson planned to Tonight they win fly by hell- mrnt the decision of an estimated .,_.lIe, F'aldaGRCUi.AT5ON

with tears in her eyes. Gainesville police today ar The Gainesville I Exchangeclub vote the straight Democratic'copter to Austin, the state capital Johnson and Lady Bird spent 71 million American voters. IATIS IT

One man got into the voting rested a Juvenile in connection would have elected Gold ticket "from the court houseto and Johnson's longtime political the night at their ranch home "On that decision," he said CAIIIH 01 MAIL

booth, then called back outside]with a reported rape attempt water and Burns. Their straw base, to await the election IS miles west of here after j "rests our future and the I W... ..41IMM.

that he didn't know how to early this morning In the city's vote Monday showed : the White House1 at his I returns In a suite at the 100fearold winding up their campaign a[future of our children." He declared i SI5

work the machine. The poll lady :Negro section. ter 34. Johnson 17, and Ct.ldW.1 hill country polling place today Drlikin Hotel Later at I family enterprise all the way -'j I that the same could be All mM utrttriptlont rxuM A

stood on the other side of the The arrest came on the com- 22, Holley 13. The President and Mrs. Johnson ;I moment be deems appropriate with a roaring street rally fa said for people ta other lands. Mott'Iber.wd in dvont. Audit. IUTMU

curtain to give directions. plaint of who An education class their ballots Johnson win to the Municipal Austin. WPEOPLE
trying a Negro woman Monday were to cast at I go -i Earlier Johnson had made -"-
I said ahe was attacked near her night at the University of the brick headquarters of they Auditorium to mike iitatement To the tens of thousand three after-dark speeches In .051. .a.W50 b..5. .

Alachua! County Sheriff home. The youth wit held In Ida voted 54 for Johnson, ntlr'l Pedernales Electric Coopera-'! either In victory or massed before him In the shadow Houston pledging "my total ... M0e-,'-a e1 10'e5ew50.01 ley

..Crevasse walked up to Joe//Alachua County jail pending Goldwitrr and I for U S. Sen. live a rural electrification sy"|
ballot. \ 'further investigation Strom Thurmond. 'I.. the chief executive helped!11 11tem The chief executive fully u- said there was "a stillness while protecting freedom" .isaNw r' .wLb:

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HAMIION' PrttiMnf" led
IH NWWWI MT cow .I. VIM Presl.r .U Movie
Florida's Beautiful -/ lees IB JOHNSON VIM PntMMtM tt i
liKllNn ltr| W. .. (till) iI I#. I
t lei IllllOkl, Vtt* PntltMt M4 A*. BUCKLEY. I
University City' By WILLIAM f. ,
MrtWI! BWKttr lot TAITABLIONI, i
Sine PrMWMl, led CIr uIltI", Mnwir. RALPH = follows. 1) The Goldwater team decided -
By McGII.Lrulllin The sequence was si

THE SUN'S POLICY a* Atiuu pnu,WM ic*>.M i |c*PikH.Moi .aiiu* i '4ln a"t ', to attempt a televised dramatization of their contention
that the morals! of the nation are collapsing. 2) A contributing
1. Report the news fully And Impartially In the news column. morals collapsing they reasonIs -
( why these are
2. Cxprtu 1hi opinion of th. Sun In-but only In-tditonolb Election reason
attitudes of the President of
the Ideological and personal
3. Publish oil sides of Important confrovtrilot lituti.
the United States. )) A televised film on the subject is produced

The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 and scheduled for general release. 4) The National

Day Broadcasting Company on whose channels the film Is scheduled -

to be shown, objects that parts of the film are too

spicy for general viewing, for Instance, shots of nubile young
Congratulations to PennsylvaniaThe Meditation ic JiT.wfI.r r ladles wearing topless bathing suits. 5)) The Republicans an-

that they will bowlderlze the film is to remove those
past ten years have been an confess our regret at his going. He On this November day votIng i nounce passages that offended the officials of NBC. 8) The Demo-

era of progress in higher educationin deserves the gratitude of the state- machines whir and written r cratic Party raises a hue and cry accusing the Republicansof

Florida. One of the notable de- and he has it. Whether this gratitude ballots drop with muted sordid attempts to identify the endemic moral corruptionof

velopments was the J. Hillis Miller has been adequately expressed or sibilance into the secrecy of the nation with the candidacy of Lyndon Johnson. 7)) Barry

Health Center with the University can be adequately expressed-Is an- guarded boxes One thinks on Goldwater having viewed the film, orders its cancelation on
the ornerinessand heretofore and hereinafter unraised
presidents, on the perplexing grounds
Teaching Hospital and the College of other matter.
Inconsistency of human -that it Is "racist. 8) Officials of the Goldwater campaignare

Medicine at the University of Flori- remarkable THINK I'M GOING TO BE SICK. ." privately, sore as hell at Barry for pulling the rug from
da. There ought to be a way for Flori- under them, and sulk In their

da to keep its great men its great comers while 8) the Democratic -

One of the most important "mov- educators, its great teachers. But CLEARER STAND NEEDED Party makes hay over
the fact of the existence of
ers" in the planning and building the market for quality is a competitive (
the film, never mind that it
of the Health Center was Dr. George market. This is true in educa- broadcast,
was never charging
T. Harrell. As dean of the new College tion as well as in industry. that It is typical of the

of Medicine, he assembled an Wing'sFuture Goldwater movement that a

outstanding faculty and provided the Though there are other determining political issue should have

inspiration and leadership that has considerations-such as working been attempted over some
and conditions WILSON The Goldwater campaign, ter found, that when faced thing as far removed from
national companions
brought recognition congenial ,
Chief therefore, became an expres with direct choices they will Lyndon Johnson is a topless
distinction to the program of medi- and the climate money is still the Washington Bureau sion of discontent with all choose merely modified formsof bathing suit. .

cal education, the hospital, and the basic medium for buying brains and the annoyances, foibles, existing programs. Thus,
University as a whole. ability. Ill This is waste, corruption, and risk to although Senator Goldwater I have not seen the film,
of America and freedom implicit in a big cen- voted against the Civil Rights though I have tried to do so.

natural habitat tral government. But the rational Act, he would not repeal it; It is fashionable note the
Dean Harrell's contributions to But money might not have kept
Is conservatively conservative would not he would enforce It. cartoonists going to work on
health and medical education have Dr. Harrell with us. We have his reluctant in American life. So Identify what the alternative Throughout all this the the subject to Insinuate ho-

reached far beyond the University admission that "increasing ) to discover would be.Therefore. Republican Party put on mul- ho that everyone who asks to

campus. As chairman of two na- academic frustration" stemming here conservatism a good purposewas tiple faces. Richard M. Nix- see the film wants to satisfy

tional committees of the American from the complexities of administrative doctrine lacks served by the campaign.It on, the hardy campaigner for prurient Impulses.It .

Association he has the Health showed that If there is to be the Republican ticket found
Medical developed procedures both at
,
is I late in
suggest, the
late spokesmen a true conservative movementin that In travelling to 38 states ,
the basic criteria for design and Center and at the state level, was In the press and In this country it must be there were nearly 38 different day to suppose that even the

equipment of teaching hospitals and the decisive factor. In any case, Dr. life. Dr. Milton much better thought out so gradations of the relationship most startling sequences In

medical schools. Also he is the only Harrell's resignation should raise the conservative that It can be expressed In between the local ticket the Republican film could

representative from medical educa- 'some serious questions about ad- the Goldwater cam- terms which will be readily and the Goldwater Miller have offended any American

tion on the advisory committee for ministrative "top-heaviness" and the presidency, op grasped by average voters. ticket He was hard put to sort prepared to visit his neighbor
at the University Conservatives will have to them all out and carried lit hood movie theatre drugstores
the design of new Veterans Ad- the complexity of administrative
around with
think more about exactly tle typed cards or newsstands. And
ministration hospitals. routines.It Is no political vi what they would do if they him to remind him who was even If it had succeeded in

the doctrine and It controlled the government supporting Goldwater I and scandalizing a few pious

But Dr. Harrell Is leaving Floridato Is important not only to "get" the formless expres- not generalities or amorphous how.With ears, my vote would have
the for sim wishes, but clear specific the election over, regardless been for the film
take up a new challenge. This good people, good administrators and longing a showing anyway
freer from govern- programs of current action, of the outcome, Re- On the grounds that the
month he assumes the duties of deanof good teachers, in our colleges and
and with I not action it some future Indefinite publicans 'will have to go deteriorated standards t of
the new Hershey Medical Schoolat universities; U is just as importantto regard for the disci date. through a re-sorting processto morality are everyone's con-

Pennsylvania State University.We "keep" them.However vitues of an ear It may be conservatives straighten out who is who cern not because I desire a

can understand the appeal which will find, as Senator Goldwa- and who stands for what. Comstocklan reformation directed

"new fields of opportunity" hold and we congratulate the towards the return of

we extend our heartiest good will and state of Pennsylvania on its good THE outcome 4. Mary Popplns as the headiest

wishes to Dean Harrell in his new fortune. The Hershey School of the campaign ,thing In American literaturebut
one thing It because it is fact
a plain
undertaking. But we would be> something Medicine, we predict, will have a possible for Gold-
that the current
political
less than honest It we did not great future. the conservative Ide More Doctoil s for House struggle broadly represent !

who Inspired aDd two views on standards of personal

-, him to define I l Nw Vim Tie.. fairs Committee, Is a physI- behavior, the one gen.
i program of conser WASHINGTON Is therea cian and surgeon. His oppon- erally thought of as permis-

I action the existing as an relation-alterna- doctor in the house There ent Is Paul P. giggle, a 62- sive, the other as restrained.

[Voice of the People government, the may be more after Jan. 4. year old physician of Washington During the past four years

I I and the communi- Rarely have so many doctor Pa. the great victories of the lib
aspired to be members of Four of the 13MD.'sln the ertines took place "L a d Y
I the House of for House seats from "
Representatives. race are Chatterley's Lover, "The
could call this rela
1-- *On The Sun's Opinion Page .. -,Incipient;; socialism Campaigning for seats are Pennsylvania The other Tropic of Cancer," "Candy,"

13 doctors of medicine, one Pennsylvanians are Leonard have strictures of the
Opinion tut ..mm.nH ., Sun ....... ...._ I* ski Vtict d the '.**1. ......". litttn President Johnson doctor of osteopathy and one Bachman, Democrat, and by
muit lie ii.".4 end k.., the wrltir'i add,.... H...* will lie *ilkk.M II n"uMtt*>. A bltw ikwiM ( toward a socialis- courts, been authorized for
sot .!<..' 300 w.,.. .*4 muil k. wrlntit a* Mly .*. side .> the .._. PsT s..... k. ....*. Th. whether he knew it dentist.In James D. Weaver, Republican. general distrlb 11 t l Ion. Thecourts'
Sun rtucvM th. rlkl I* it|..l **r btttc w I* ....... H, wltkmil ......1"* the w'II..'. .......1.. M'Trapping' But could offer Pennsylvania's 26th Congressional Dr. Weaver has had reasoning Is philosophically -
.....,, paign."I except they a slowdown District, It's one one term In the House, Dr. related to the absolutist

Child or a Vocational Training I bodian government rear t 11 I a trend. Therefore doctor against another. Thomas Bachman practices medicinein constructions of the Bill I of

School certainly should 1 not as would any country when not a real choice E. Morgan, the Democratic Bryn Mawr. Rights so fashionable In Lib
be hard to answer. Your paper the warmongering United ideology. Incumbent, who Is chair- No doctors are seeking seats eral!.\left circles It is as un-
Into Religion carries ads every day States encroached upon the, little that Senator man of the House Foreign Af in the Senate this year. fair to say that the average

Wanted Experienced Installers sovereignty: using U.S. weapons sed do Democrat Is In favor of the
EDITOR, Sun On Mondayof pro p o to .
Air Condition; Installers they shot our plane down I changed much In untramelled traffic of pornography
last week nine 'ear-
my ) Heating Equipment; in cold blood killing eight o f r enterprise econo- as it is to say that the
accosted
old her daughter home was from school by on Plumbers; Cabinet M a k era; our American boys. When I it Is still that how Illltilingltllll'lottoCI' average Republican is In saw
way Auto Mechanics. or of a rigid censorship.
Russia and Red China di an agent of the Child Evangelism
Fellowship of Alachua I could go on for great such acts In the past we protested trend is toward so New Ski Tlnw The motto Is also being turn- The film makers' Intuitionis

County. She was given a mimeographed lengths naming the Jobs open But what did we d o WASHINGTON Alongwith ed out In Filipino Lebanese, correct, even if it wasn't
flyer with the for men with experience In this time? We apologized ti o.I It developed, ill the chemical formu- Polish, Slovak, Ukrainian, neatly diagrammed In the
name and address of a "host jobs that require their skill Cambodia. We're not protest not repeal the gradu las and political rhyming slogans Chin sese, Croatian, Serbian film. The Democratic. Party
ess" of the "Good News ClubIn rather than book knowledge.How Ing to them because of t h i e tax. He would on bumper stickers this French and German.A does tend to be the mora per-
your neighborhood" snd many white collared deaths of eight A m e r leans;: dismantle the TV A fall are such puzzlers as "Az- sticker in Spanish reads, missive of the two as regardsthe

told to go there where she college men would answer we're asking that they forgiv e distribute It among adootyan Khoomp" This "Arriba con Barry y Bill." maintenance of stand-

and other little children would my of these ads us variety of govern comes from the Goldwater Translation Up with Barry ards. Sex is only one thing.

"sing songs, learn about God For sake leL'1let He would not camp and means "A Team and Bill, or Hail Barry and There are all the others:
We have boys drop democracy's a
and confess their sins." young : change the Social for Freedom" in Armenian. Bill. bobby bakerism may make Its
ping out of high school all up off our haunches. Ou r He would
System. into the next dictionary,
She went to that meeting the time, what chance do defeatist national adminlstra. just as would the way made
even as McCarthylsm
without her mother's permission these boys have for a Junior ton Is wrong. Perhaps extremism every year. He would its into this
for which she has been College No chance what In the defense of liberty out of the United Na way one.
warmly and resoundingly rep ever. Is a vice, but the presen t abandon the North When last did we hear from
rimanded, and came home wishy-washy administritloi t a Democratic President any
The working people of our Treaty Organization. work suggesting! that free
"Rebirth Certifi
carrying a Isn't following
even a poll cy
their share of tax- changes and what VOTETODAY
cate" attesting that she had county pay of moderation In the defensi I speech falls somewhere short
for education lei's the be was very
been "reborn into the family es give of total licentiousness lint
of
liberty.
young working boy a chance would have to come there between s
of God." a bearing
to learn a good trade and "Let us continue All I A conservitive Ameri President's point of view on
Now I will defend freedom make a good solid citizen.A can add Is what LBJ said I Ira t not be created over this vexed subject and his
of religion and admire those speech In Indianpolis "Lord society'sright
general on a
position
whose faith Impels them to WORKING MAN. forgive them for they knov; to affirm minimalstandards I I 1
evangelize. But I want my not what they do." IS WHIT It all shook ? of public decencyIt
receive the FRANK J. PYL15mol E the that
daughter to religious WishyWashyForeign plus prayer doesn't require, so far as I
education that I get tougher with the of-
can see, sontlcal sleight
rightly or wrongly choose for hand to reason from the apparent
PolicyEDITOR
her and no other until she Is .y Saytlj indifference of the
old to think
enough more
Sun: In a typical Chief Executive to the flourIshing -
like adult .
nearly an
person. r POTOMAC FEVER traffic In pornography,
Luring small children off foreign policy move, the .a to the conclusion t bat the
the street and Into United S t tea has
strange
mighty a view i of
By JACK WILSON Cowles Washington Bureau Chief I Executive's
houses Is not Christian to my again groveled this time be- freedom Is poorly formulated
so
way of thinking nor is It In for a tiny formerly "friendly A MACM NASA r rISOAD than 400 clergymen sign a statement supporting Goldwater. These are as to the matter for political -
any other sense good. ," Southeastern Asian kingdom SSJT NO P11wuweu ones he said should get back in their pulpits and stay out of politics. concern.
I will thank the Child Evangelism which has found out it ais;nauAS[1 filmI
The main theme of the
Fellowship of Alachua can push us around and getaway estimate 71 million Americans will vote today It's the least w* can take be roughly, the
it to ,
County to come to me If they
with It Cambodia who celebrate the end of the campaign land by
the
"save" contamination of
want to my daughter
for years has accepted mil- of-
corrupt
and to reserve their itreet he's going to declare war on wute. Having a philosophically
lions of dollars In foreign aid says got the people who ficialdom. The theme Is emInently .
corner child proselytizing for boy sandwiches mad at him, now he's kicking
the children of parents who from us recently decided that poor away the votes of worthwhile, having l
we were butting in on their industry. absorbed the Of tic and
like that sort of thing wry,. p
part of the world. But we philosophic! energies of Soph
BEVERLY PARSLOW
MRS. it Goldwater vetoed that morality film
comes out why
kept lending them aid which attacking Dmo-
anus
E a
r.
.. ... odes, Augustine,
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they kept despite the fact that j *r t asstCambodia i4 tforwt and topless swim suits. Jayne Mansfield was threatening U demand Dante and Shakespeare. AndIf

Place to Learn they rejected the source. time. a shot of a beer tail tossed
from Lincoln isnl
Trade Needed Now our relations have on how you look at it. a Johnson victory today would right all the a speeding of the same order
reached the breaking point Is among the im V ', Yo'ronl-Or wrong all the country's rights. precisely the more
EDITOR, Sun: The question when one of our planes est countries of Southeast As la should as a Thebaa plague for the pettiness

of whether Alachua CountyJimlM strayed over the border Into about the size of Washm,2- Air Forte scientist says people can communicate .by brain water with- It wt weep of out own
.uu 1.-w r..lt... Cambodia nctntlv. the Cam ton SUt r a sound. Now he tells _when the campaign i* over displays


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CIIY BIG


COMMISSION ,a! I9iko In Viet Nom Blow Hidden i iI



L I COLUMBIA S.C. (API and 31 other Americans were one more example of the admin, ORANGEMEANS
Sen. Strom Thurmond, R-SC. wounded In the attack which istration's suppressing Informa
,Appointed Housing Code has charged the Defense Department also destroyed or damaged 27 lion In an attempt to achieve
with "suppressing the US. planes Two Vietnamese political ,aln."
To Plan Board acts[ and hiding from the Amer.'lair force men were killed and I "The government policy,"
Study DelayedLong lean people the massacre of'two others were wounded, the,Thurmond said, "Is that It Is all

Harold Walker, owner of American personnel" (In last'Army said.Thurmond. I(right to lie to the American
delayed consideration of Saturday right's attack on i I said "This Is Just!,people."
Quality Builders, was appointed the proposed housing code was South Viet Nam air base. i

to the City Plan Board Monday held up again Monday by the Thurmond said Monday he

by the Gainesville City Commalion. -' Gainesville City Commission.The has information that "many

more" Americana were killed r
postponement was requested than announced and that '
S 00" 4 were } J I
Walter and Dick Hoffman of by Alan Sutherlandwho total casualties were 300 to 400'I

Hoffman's Pharmacy fl1the\ was absentCommissioner persona In the Communist Viet I'

vacancies left by the resignations Ed Turlingtonsaid A, bong's mortar attack on the MOVES MEIIUI VMHSlv

of Joe Silvcrman and he felt all commissioner !sC 1 i Bien Hoa air base.
Tom Faganl'both downtown should be present when the codr The South Carolina senator)
merchants. is considered.The declined to reveal his source of I
information or to say how manyof
Fire Station code has been In "study" : the total casualties were
stages for more than one and S American.
one.half years but was referred Assistant Secretary of De-
Bid OpeningBids to the commission for for m al I fence Arthur Sylvester said FUEl COSTS ARE LESS cJ

action beginning last January. 1 Monday night In Washington
for the city's fifth fire Thurmond's first statement on HEAT OUTPUT INCREASED
station on N. W. 13th Street will In other action at last night'i the number of Americans killed

be opened Dec. 1, the Gainesville ,"cleanup" session, the com PKY CourtTom "is absolutely untrue."
City Commission agreed mission set a public hearing for Later, a Defense Department
Monday. additional sewer extensions for I spokesman said the departmentwould
Hansen and Robin Richards ruled
as king and
Dec. 14.Three
stand
by Sylvester's
City Manager Bill\ Green said (Jueen of Homecoming at P. K. Yonge last weekend previous iN'wKRESKYY
comment regards the
as
Inclusion of more living space zoning changes and a Members of the Homecoming court included Danny number of casualties.
for the 12 firemen to be assigned lot split were approved by the Dennison Ann Warrington. Kathy Sites and Steve The Army has announced that

to the new station has Increased commission. Tuttle. UF Photo) .I four U.S. Army men were killed \
---- Oil
the project estimate $7, Burner


000.Original estimates of 160.000 i Charity Ball GM Also Sets UN Session with exclusive

for the station have now been

hiked to $67,000, Green said. Ticket Sales rD"
Lester May Is the architect. Record Earnings Opens Dec. 1 TIVINJETELECTRIC


UF Crosswalk I Go Higher UNITED NATIONS! N.Y,
DETROIT AP) Boom year meet on a national contract but (AP) The U.N. General Assembly -
1964 of the nation's auto Indus- strikes local dis .
over will begin Dec. I, about
Ticket sales for the ExchangeClub
Danger Noted charity ball are approach- try now boasts record nine- among the company's 130 pants the time delegates normally .,
month earnings from each of its continued
to cripple production.
ing the 60 cent mark. Tom begin pushing to wind up the
per "
Complaints about i dangerous Hutson, club president, report.ed 'Big Three I As of today, only 12 local settlements annual session. IGNITION
pedestrian crosswalk across General Motors, biggest of the' were outstanding. GM Secretary-General U Thant .
the
regular meeting
West University Avenue to the during trio, made it complete Monday makes the Pontiac, Oldsmobile, announced Monday that a majority .1 r
University of Florida from N.W. Monday. I.I by reporting a 136-billion prof. Cadillac, Chevrolet and Buick of U.N. members had
15th Street will be referred to T. J. Hawes' sales team turned -. it and announcing a 1569-million cars approved a second postponement
the State Road Department, In 17 tickets sold, to boost dividend payment. I I' of the world forum.
city officials agreed Monday. the week's total to 104. Thus The'CM dividend, a 12-a-share Ford, which faces I Friday The assembly was to have ;!J'l '
Rich. far, club members report 282 payment to 1.15 million common)strike threat by the UAW, had opened Sept. U but was po,t- !
Commissioner James tickets sold, against I goal of stockholders, will help to swell yet t to complete 20 agreementsthe poned to Nov. 10 so as not to 'pnt r
ardson, a UF professor, agreed .
500. I pre-Christmas flow of mono among M bargaining units. conflict with the Cairo confer. Si
that the crossing was hazardous ey. The $2 Is $1.35 above the Ford and the UAW have settled ence of nonaligned nations and, TWIN-JET
noting there is no traffic Tickets sell for a $5 dona usual GM quarterly payment.nationally.. the US. elections. "
light In the 'West University Ion. Proceeds go to support I Earlier, both Ford and Chrys- General Motors' nlne-montr LIGHTINGFOR
Avenue area north of the unI- the Boys Club, and to buy shoes ler had reported record nine- profit of $136 billion, from King Faisal I
versity between 13th and 17th for needy children. month earnings. record sales, was the equivalent FASTER

streets. The ball Is planned Nov. 13. General Motors made Its profits of $4 75 a share, up 25 per cent Vows Reform In t

City Manager Bill Green was Guest speaker Norm Sloan, report as the giant automaker from the SI.086 billion, or $3.79 a NO-LAG STARTS
asked to prepare a 'pedestriancount University of Florida basketball was getting up headway share, of the same period last Saudi Arabia
in addition to again In production following a year I
referring club members his
coach, told
United Auto DAMASCUS. Syria (AP) The exclusive KRESKY Forced Draft oil burner maintains
the matter to the SRD. be but crippling Workers The $2 dividend will be paya-
team this year will good, Union strike. Dec. 10 to stockholders of I King Faisal, proclaimed Mon- a perfect balance of 'IS parts air to 1 part oil
Green noted that eliminationof how many games It will win For the first time since the Ible Nov. 12. GM's dividends day as ruler of Saudi Arabia, which gives' extremely efficient combustion, elemln

a crosswalk across University will\ depend. on how hungry play. strike began Sept. 25, all five of for the year so far total .$1.28CM' has promised to speed up economic I otej smoke and soot and assures maximum BTU out
Avenue UF ers are."We're put and th. exclusive risky Twin-Jet electric
to the from the passenger car divisions billion social and administrative / -
College Inn commercial area going to have a very were turning out cars Monday Sales for the first nine months I I! reforms.In Ignition system eliminates' the need for a constantly
north of campus is presently good basketball team this year. the company said. this year rose 13 per cent to I a broadcast over Radio burning pilot, saves fuel, yet provides quick h.ot
being considered. But the competition Is going tobe The UAW called off Its nation- $13.16 billion as against 111.61 Mecca, Faiial also spoke of when you want it no heat when it's not needed. NATIONWIDE

tough," he said. al strike Oct. i, following agree billion last year closer cooperation with other
__ Arab and nonallgned nations For wall to wall, warmth at lower full coir, COLLIGI GRID
Tax
AppraisalTo The UF basketball season and promised support of universal -
COVERAGEAMERICAN
opens In early December and I disarmament end the United get a Kreiky heater at
Get Study runs through February. Reds to Stress Nations charter He endorsed

sell-determination for all "colo .
A contract agreement from Last Man's nixed peoples." JIM VOYLES

the St. Petersburg appral a 1 Unity at ConfabMOSCOW Faisal, 60, was named king In
consulting firm hired by the a move that summorily de- AND

city was referred to committeefor Club to Meet Jironed his heavy.spending 419 N.W. 8th Ar. Phone 372.5303 NATIONAL MO

study by the Gainesville The Last Man's Club of World (AP) The Krem- attaining solidarity of the ranks brother ailing King Saud. .- LEAGUE ,-
STORIIS
City Commission Monday. War I veterans will hold its lin's new leaders are going!of the international Communist CLIP AND SAVE
The proposed downtown reappraisal second annual dinner meeting ahead with Nlkita Khrushchev1' movement and con 11 I n u I n g
for the 1965 tax plan for an International Com preparations for a new conference
study .
Holiday
8:30: pm. Nov 11 at the THE MAGIC NUMBER IS 270THE .
roll Including new construction Inn. munlst meeting next month, but of Communist and workers
Inspection and major alterations Instead of setting the stage for a parties and the meeting of the
by local businesses was The theme of the meeting will showdown with Red China the Editorial Commission." ELECTORAL COLLEGE ELECTS THE PRESIDENTThe HIGH SCHOOL I

referred to the real estate com- be fellowship, renewal of old emphasis apparently win be on Khrushchev had called for a number to remember It 270. This I I. the number of votes Mr. Johnson or COVERAGE by
mittee. friendships, and reminiscenceabout unity. meeting Dec. IS of Editorial Mr Goldwater must win In the electoral college to become the next presidentof
days In the service, ac- There have been hints Red Commission the United States JOHN CLINDINDON
Commissioners Ed Turlingtonand G. Davis, chair China might send members representatives GLENN LANIY
cording to Jess representatives of 21 parties who ...... N,5
Howard McKinney will man. Officers will be elected. to try to find out if there sic" v/wry LU v... /.rrr 151 JIM KELLY
framed the 19M Moscow blue
study the agreement proposedby have been any Soviet policy .. F_ i--l ;Biii a
Hunnicutt and Associates of Full membership In the or- changes since. Khrushchev's print for world Communist ALANALzIAMA J __ il/i..ICIo. MARC WEINSTEIN
St. Petersburg. ganization Is open to.those who ouster. Peking had said it would strategy' I I Aa110NA a eA3a JAe Eiffi: DON DAVIS
have attended the first two boycott the Khrushchev There had been prediction NANMa a H..H' I
:meetings. There are no dues. had called meeting to lay the groundwork the December meeting might be CAI/r0a NlA M N/W' teatiYSal -r-r-; :--I: BRUCE DUDLEY
City Hall ot Any veteran of World War I for a conference ofworld's the postponed until the Soviet.Chinese MARION .01 CASH PROMPT CASH rMAii" H JAMES RUSSELL
I who has not received an Invitation M Communist dispute lid a chance to jjiWMfii /- I ,
parties. cOloaioo .
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CondemnedCondemnation to attend should contact A Danish Communist leader simmer down. CONN/CTICV7 ---- I :r I N/W rOa .__ _- 1_r I.D.L..i
Jess G. Davis, Col Harold who returned home from Moscow The Soviet Communist party N ,......,'U "I I t ./
proceedings to Bachman or B. J. Otte by Nov. Monday told newsmen In organ Pravda came out Satur- tPAYDAY I I I I I 1_ I Ii I.
acquire one of the lots in the 7 Copenhagen Soviet leaders In- day with a declaration sup- 010'0''" II I I t -3HIQ M I. I __'-r

city hall complex site were approved I tend| to stand firm toward Peporting Khrushchev's position Inking LOANS AT MARION 6IT NIIDIO CASH -HOM MAMARIONAN "
Monday by the Gaines the feud with For the SNAWAI l- I MACHINEGUNCAMERA
Some 30 Aubudon wardens but would try to get back Peking. .
ville City Commission.The patrol nearly I million acres of on "speaking terms" with the first lime since his ouster, the ID..fIO. "OOlt'. ?--I,'---I, 1 SUIIS
Ia NN VLVANIAKIMolt '
action was okayed In order land and water In the United Chinese. paper denounced "chauvinism"and II ;MflOl il "o. I_ CLOSI-UP PHOTOSby ,
to acquire a lot just east States to protect concentrations The Kremlin decision to hold "petty Bourgeois adventur- ;o'ANA "I I"-1' 4' (*'<*.l"A I -.-_ TO4
of city hall on N. E. 2nd Ave- of nesting egrets Ibises, herons. the December meeting w. ism opportunism and dog- / ::-i-1 LA'"Sw, CASH-MOM MAilOM.- "
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nue owned by L. G, Strmgfel- skimmers, oyster catchers and disclosed In a communique after matte or revisionist distortion of SNOT O'CASH It[ MAaION iiM'i'D:io'' I I -. -, EDDIE DAVIS
talks with Austrian Communist theory All were charges made TOMMY LEWIS
oelicans. i/NNattae ;cc--'I==
low iAiiiAr _
the I IT J1011I1ANA
ef
leaders. H said the discussion against Peking at height ,. '
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HEATER REPAIR NII0 A LOAN III MARION' HAt FAIT LOAN HIVICIAtMINGTOM CANDID COMMINTS
Taking a 'Long Bus Ride'ALACHUA -
MAtaACNVfta II IY COACH
,,fir vi'*.iNiA 1 { =R'
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'-' I Quick tWic*** Mrv oc. Trointd and .ptItOlC.cI! M(11'0. IIf'1 !
Alachua County -| Miner was seen beating a B.atooobl. r.t.* untet TenS MINNe1o IA .e ,!' 'O"It" AND PLAYERS
Redo lll poKK d fnjcll 24 Hour trnlttScrvw < '
Sheriffs deputies are hasty retreat from the store ;72i-'r-; "lO 11''t'a
en all mok" ofp"wrwse bifi. I
for a suspected shortly after the money was Houa/ II
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searching today ALL AMERICANMIATINI .fo/ .. it .
thief who left the County discovered missing, deputies P h. 376.8268 : AllCONDITIONING
In a hurry Monday. :said.Officers i CO. WHAT IS THE ELECTORAL WHAT DOES THE ELECTORAL
The suspect, known! as "Lit: went to Miller'shome SYSTEM MEAN FOR THE PUSS lOX REPORTS
tie Joe" and later Identified as but be bad departed. COLLEGE
Charles Miller, was sought!'Miller a Negro was last seen\ TV ELECTION COVERAGEFast CANDIDATES .r

after an undetermined amountof at a bus station In Gainesville, Each state has at many electors ot (It I is not necessary for o candidate to JOI HAIIIRSTIIN
cash removed from a'grasping a bog bus ticket A: It hat senator and representatives (In Inth
was wm the popular, or people's, vote HIS NISSIN
juke box In an Alachua restaurant dispatcher reported Miner had I IWIY. results Congress. The District of Columbia wx>le country H. con do so and IINNY CASON
owned by Wetona Anderson. told "him he was "goinf a long accurate voting hat three lectors. The total I number still low the election., The 'important LARRY WOODS

_p __I of electors in 1964 Is 538. Then elec- thing It to win the popular vote 'In
local state and national. 10ft make up what it known os tkeIOUO" states so thot when changed .
to electoral votes. they equal 270 or
ELECTORAL COLLEGE.

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Bridal I HorneFullagarVows CalendarOf UJflOlfO f IIH I Luncheon SlatedBy



ShowerGiven EventsTODAY League MembersFall


Solemnized. November 3 THE f ffflIL'Y luncheon meeting of the ing hostesses: Mrs. T. J. Davis,

Gainesville Woman's Club, Junior Welfare League Sustain Mrs. Tom Brill, M r I. T. S.

Executive Board Luncheon ing Members will be held at George, Mrs. R. L. Henderson,

Meeting, Noon, Mrs. Mitchell Ruth Weimor-Women's Editor the Gainesville Golf and Coun- Mrs. M. M. Parrish, or Mrs.
Baumsteln and Mrs. John
Miss Mary Nickens, b rid I .- Wilson, hostesses. I try Club on Wednesday, Novem- I Burton Woodward.
elect of Dieter Protz, was hon Architecture and Fine J Woodmen Circle i ber 11.Member.

ored Monday night at a shower f Arts Dames, I p.m. University ) will convene for asocial I DEADSpanish

given by Mrs. George Sparks Women's Club, West New- hour at 11:IS a.m. followed Moss is killed
and Miss Margie Meeks at the berry Road.Merrysteppers. by luncheon at 12:00.: when sprayed by
home of Mrs. Carolyn Crist Square Installation HeldSupreme Reservations must be made Florida Pelt Control

The Nick en. Froti weddingwill Dance Club, 1 p.m., Gaines by noon on Monday, November Call PR 2-261 tee
be an event. of Saturday ville Recreation Center. 9', by calling one of the follow 'RIlISTIMATI I
November 7, at First Lutheran Forest Woodmen Grove No. 228 of Ocala were
Church at 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY, November 4 Circle Grove 20 held their Installation Installed. "
The guest list Included Mrs Democratic Women's Clubof of officers recently at Gift Presented TreasurerA
rr f1
iiliiV7
Alachua County, 8 iJ.L 1n i1
Richard Smith, Mrs. Hans Geb- p.m. the Odd Fellows Hall. silver tray was presentedto
hard, Mrs. Mike Gebhard Guaranty Federal Savingsand FLA. !
,
Officers Installed e r. Mrs Mrs. Alma Bradberry In ap- !
Mrs. Marcus Brown, Mrs. Coleman Loan. Mrs.T. for her IJi17'jOVERSEAS
Farley Butler, president; ,predation 20 years service
Brown Gainesville Bridge Club, SHIPMENTS
Mrs. Leo Hewitt,
J. Swearingen, past president as treasurer by Mrs. C. C.
Mrs. Jack Meeks, Mrs. Corneli 7:30: p.m., Holiday Inn. Send I gift of delicious Florida Naval' oranges ind seedless gript-
Mrs. J. A. V, Moon first Gassett
Mrs s. Gainesville Fine Arts Association ; fruit. Delivered price $8.95. Xmas orders must bo received by
us McGillicuddy, Jo Ann
Smith, Mrs. Jean Russell, Mrs. i\ Members Juried vice-president; Mrs Jack Perry Serving on the dec o r a 11 o n Nov. 25. Will ship entire season Send orders by mill or phone
second vice-president; Mrs. committee were Mrs. Ethel I UNCONDITIONALLY"GUARANTEED.
REMIMBER ALL PACKAGES ARI
Recreation Cen-
T C. Green, Mrs. Bernice Car Show, S p.m.
C.! C. Gassett, secretary; Mrs. Walker and Mrs. T. J. .
ter, Mrs. Gloria J o n e., Mrs
ter.Gainesville Woman's Club George C. Smith, t rea surer; Ingen. Mrs. C. A.
Ann Shealy, Mrs. Dorothy swear-I CROSS CREEK GROVES
Mrs. J. J. Mayo, auditor; Mrs Mrs. Irma Henley and
Vaugh, Mrs Mary Lou Carson, American Home Division, P.O. lei 101, Island Groves, He. Phono .".14tO
Mrs. Ann Harrington, Mri. "Home Festive Carnival", 19i H. L. Johnson, chaplain; Mrs. C. Edwards were In G. H. <( Marsha Boyd. .m. to 2 p.m., followed bya Irma Henley, attendant; Mrs refreshments.
Also Mrs. Gerhard F r tund sandwich luncheon, Vincent 'C. A. Cunningham, assistant at-
Mrs. Pat Inklebarger, Mrs. Bob S. Luca of Gilberg's, tendant; Mrs. Ethel Walker l .
ble Yauntz. Mrs. Lynn Meeker guest speaker. Clubhouse, musician and Mrs. S. K. Jack-

Mrs. Marietta Pier son, West Newberry Road. son, captain. Add Phone. Add a Lot to LivingComfort
a
Mrs. Sandy McCarthy, Mrs. Chapter I, PEO, 10 a.m., Representing the Grove in .
Evelyn Douglas, Mrs. Evelyn Mrs. C. E. Bell and Mrs. J. emblematic characters will be
Purvis Miss Beverly Lasslter E. Turlington, 202 NW 12th Mrs. Charles Brown, Love;' around the clock. It's all yours when you add a handy bed-

Miss Bobble Jean Hayes and rt Terrace. drs. Emil Bielman, Re m e mranee room extension phone. Add comfort (and convenience) in other spots
Miss Lou Elwell. Gainesville Coin Club 7.30: ; Mrs. C. N. Felder: Florida Just call
live most Kitchen. Workshop. room. your
Chamber of Commerce Power and Mrs. C. A. Register, you
p.m., Wisdom. Telephone Company Business Office for details on colorful, econom-
Building.
Fun Painters Mrs. Arthur M. Rome Jr. University Newcomers, Drill Team Appointees ical extension phones.

Eight O'clock Club, 8 p.m., Those appointed to the drill ,
Art ExhibitedThirty Solemnized Friday e v ening, sea mist wool dress, matching University Women's Club- team are Mrs. C. B. Crenshaw, -
the marriage of Miss J Lois accessories and a corsage oi house West Newberry Road. Mrs. H. C. Edwards, Mrs. B. F. ;j,0t
w four paintings, done and Arthur M. The mother Dante IF
Gayle Fullagar roses bridegroom's Lula Tompkles Club, 3 p.m., Christie and Mrs.
by students In the first Fun Horne Jr. took place at the chose a pink wool sheath Masonic Temple. Hampton.

Painters Class, have been hungIn Chapel of the University Methodist dress, matching accessories and Gainesville Golf and Coun Mrs, George Billy served as
the J. HUlls Miller Health Church. a corsage of roses. try Club Weekly Duplicate installing officer, M r .. Jack r : '

Center Lobby. The bride Is the daughter of Following the ceremony, a re- Bridge, first I session, 1:30: Perry, Installing attendant, : -;
The exhibit Includes all typesof Mrs. Evelyn L. Fullagar, and ception was given at the church. am. Mrs. Mary Sargeant, chaplain, ry
creative expression ranging the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Robert E. Carson greeted University Women's Club and Mrs. Alma Bradberry, mu-

from realistic to non-objective Mrs. Lacy Edwards Sears, and guests. Choral Group Rehearsal, 10 ician. ,
abstratlons, several of w h I c c h I the late Arthur M. Home. Mrs. F. M. Vickery and Miss a.m., Club House, West New- Mrs. T. J. Swearingen gave
are for sale. Prices range from Rev. Thaxton Springfield l Ann Vickery served wedding berry Road.THURSDAY the welcome and Mrs. Clara I
$2 to $20. I pastor, officiated at the cere cake and punch was poured by Hutto of Ocala responded.
The Fun Painters Classes are mony. The altar was adorned Mrs. Hal G. Lewis. November S Entertainment was presentedby
co-sponsored by the Class Activity with arrangements of chrysan- Assisting with the hospitali- Golden Age Club, 1:30: to Miss Karen Stack, soloist E

Program of the UF FlorIda themums and gladioli. ties were Connie Penley, Mrs. 4:30: p.m., Recreation Center. and Miss Susan Hazen, pIanist. (
Union and the Gainesville Mrs Arnold Wlrtala was or- Roland Ward, Miss Ann Josephand Gainesville Recreation c Mrs. Ethel Walker was program kq
Fine Arts Association. ganist and Dr. Robert Carson Miss Virginia Joseph. Department Physical I Fit- chairman.
Instructor for the first series played the viola. The bride chose a royal blue ness, Lesson 4, Recreation New officers for Pol I n cotta
of lessons was Mrs. J e a n 0 Given In marriage by her wool suit and black accessories University: Women's Club,
Mitchell. Dr. Robert 0. Carson brother, Paul D. Fullagar of for her traveling ensemble.The Evening Bridge, 8 p.m University -
la the current Instructor.Mrs. Norfolk, Va., the bride wore a newlyweds will J make Women's Clubhouse, Mothers ClubLuncheon Y'e

Ruth Wayne, graduateof ballerina.length gown of peau de their home at Glynwood Trailer West Newberry Road. Set + y
the Chicago Art Institute, sole and Chantilly lace, featuring Park. Gainesville Junior W 0 m-
will teach a class In figure a bell shaped skirt Her Out of town guests presentwere an's Club, 9 a.m., film, "That For Thursday"Europe 11 "
drawing In January and February veil of Illusion fell from a crownof Paul Fullagar, Nor folk, They May Live", 9:30 a. m.,

and Ming Marlin V. seed pearls and she carrieda Va., Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Eisen Meeting. with Mother" Is the
Davis Is scheduled to teach a bouquet of white carnationsand berg, Jacksonville; Mr. and University Mother's Club, title of the talk Dr. Marjorie
college class In February and orchids. Mrs. Lon Smith, Mr. and Mrs 12:30: p.m., luncheon, Holiday Jackson, UF Assistant Dean of

Miss Sandra Chappell was Fred A. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville Inn. Chapter 44, Women, will give during the '
maid of honor. She wore a blue F. J. Smith, all of Eustis; J. Tem luncheon meeting of the Moth
OES 8 Masonic
March.Church peau de sole dressh, matching A. Horne, Mr and Mrs. J. M. p.m. ers Club of the University of 7"
.
accessories and carried a bouquet Hearan, Live Oak; Mrs. Rob- ple. Florida Thursday afternoon. L
of yellow chrysanthemum ert Penley, Miss Connie Pen FRIDAY, November I, The luncheon will take placeat .
Thom O'Dell served as best ley, Miss Pat Penley, Mount Gainesville Bridge Club, ( 12:30: p.m. In the Holiday .
CirclesTODAY man. Ushers were Merv Brownof Dora; Mr. and Mrs. Don Far. 5.m., Holiday Inn. : '
Inn.Mrs. .
Pensacola and Oscar H. Eat- lay Jerry Farlay, Merritt Island Paul Yoder and Mrs. :4 :
on of Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ches- ,a4 boa Bruce Thomason are to be host v

November 3 The bride's mother wore I ser, Tom Chesser, Bonifay. esses. .r k :
First Baptist Church e1 + Mrs. John Hlntermister .Sr.,

745: p.m., Margaret Gross By Josephine LowmarQ! president Is In charge of arrangements -
Circle, Mrs. 0. M. Nelson, 217 II for the luncheon.
NE 8th Avenue. Mothers of faculty members

S p.m., Jo Ann Parham Circle / living In Gainesville or visiting
Why SUNDAY November S
Mrs. Christy D. Dale. 1133: Growk here are eligible to attend.

SW 9th Road; Gaventa, Mrs. Coffee complimenting Miss
Fred Scholfleld, Alachua, J u- Kay Nelson, fiancee of Ronald MerrysteppersDance
Han Bridges, Mrs. Fred Schol- Wiggins 3:30: to 4.30 p.m.,
field, Alachua. Old? Mrs. Frank Ussery, 617 NB TonightJack

Tenth Place.Camellia.
First Methodist Church, WSCS Jackson of Columbus,
3 p.m., Circle S, Mrs C. C. Ohio, will be guest caller for

Montgomery, 902 NW 20th Te. Save Your Feet Before Group the Merrysteppers Square
race; Circle 9, Mrs. Fred Cone, Dance Club this evening. The Southern Bell
124 Boulevard; Circle 10, Mrs. Changes Date dance group will meet at 8 @

W. L. Copelan, 1207 NE 8th They Painfully RetaliateFeet Gainesville Camellia Societyhas p.m. in the City Recreation ...Serving You .
Street; Circle 11, Mrs. Let Center.
Montague, 1106 NE 5th Street. I postponed their m e e t Ing
7:30: p.m., Circle U. Mri. are probably the most the wind and cold unless you scheduled for tonight until! Tuesday -
Norma Chesnut, 215. NG 3rd abused members of the figure have on galoshes or boots. Then November 10, at 8 p.m. at
Street family. We pamper our face they are likely to be overheated. Howard Bishop Junior High :

J p m, Circle 13, Mri Rich- and neck with lubricating and Unless we treat our feet to School. Hotnew ;
ard Sanders Jr., 2254 NW 11th moisturizing creams. We exercise regular daily massage with a The meeting/( was re scheduled ,
Avenue to slim our waist and abdo. body lotion or hand cream, the due to Election Day. :
men and we massage our cuticle around the toenails and
Women of the First Preibyterl-.
an Church scalp. I the heels are sure to become Dodge at a new lower price. :

3pm.: Circle 8, Church Parlors What eLl most women do for very rough and dry. Even if you .
Miss Elizabeth McNeil I their feel I use a bath oil In your tub the Coronet '65-the best-selling new car in Dodge history And
will be welcomed. II I heels and cuticle will require PROODfdes why not ? Coronet comes on big in all departments. Inside, full- : +
They often neglect them, or special attention. I size room and comfort. Up front a choice of seven engines {
Circle 12 Mrs. Marie '
7:30: :
p.m. abuse them. Yet r
even worse Nightly Massage I ranging to 429 cubic inches. On the rear window stickers
Allen
parrish and Mrs. Don ,
Church Parlors; these step children of the fig Baby oil Is a splendid skin prices that begin lots lower than those of any tult-size Dodges
ure family take us everywhereand softener. Keep some on M e.lu. are OT years Everywhere, more fun. In the Coronet 600 shown,
I p.m. Circle 10. Mrs Vernon bear the brunt of our hurryor yourMslde. for bucket ,console,
table and massage your' oh.slue d.w awle.ur.we.t example seats carpeting, all-vinyl interiors, "
W Clark 1771 SW 35th Ave.
overweight or poor posture padded dash and V3 are standard. And clean,
feet before going to sleep each Co.hoten. engine .
(Idylwild Circle 11. Mrs. Mar t
or high-style shoes. I y
-catchtng beauty Thats Coronet all Who
night. toesyl eye over says
garet G. Duer, 1427 NW 13th
Street. In the tint place, wear shoes you can't please all of the people ? Coronet sure 'j
First LutJltorl Church which do not crowd the toesor for This strengthening exercise Is the a good arches one 111 N.I. gong to give rt a try. Drive one soon. ,

S First Lutheran Church slip up and down on the '
p.m. Stand erect. Place a towel under 16th A...
heels or cut Into the heels.
Ladies Guild, quarterly meetIng your toes with the ends of I
at the church, Sarah Circle In other words, for general the towel in your hands. Pull PhoneFRanklin

hostess. wear select shoes which art attractive up with the towel is you push 1
Gethlemlne Lutheran Church but not too extreme In down with your tots. Push for
( p m.. Gethsemane Lutheran cut and heel Be sure that theyare six counts. Relax and continue I 2-0444 ,

Church women, Mrs. Barbara properly fitted. ,I It yon would like to have my I i iDOOGI iI
Hipp. 117 NW Hot Terrace. Save the fancy high heeled exercises for the feet tttd a Turlington
Westslde Baptist Church ones for special occasions or stamped self addressed ee- Ralph
I p.m., Genera Faw Circle, when you will not be on your velope with your request for
Mrs Ed Davis, M.I4 SW First feet much of the time. leaflet number 14 .to Jose-I ISTATH FARM HSRFor ,

Avenue. The habitual use of poorly phlne LawmID Ia care of the ==::= .:=-r
fitted shoes will lead to real Gainesville Sua. e I
Wesley Community Methodist t
trouble later on. The feet can
Church take a terrible revenge with bunions
7:30: p.m.. Wesley Community
Church WSCS Executive Meeting painful heel bumps, fatigue Transportation
burning, aches and pains A
I p.m. General Meeting, OMIIOII CHRYSLER
Also when Incor-
Church. you wear TO fAY IIICIIOM COtII'ONRIII'
THE POLLS
reeled fitted shoes your arches

First WEDNESDAY Presbyterian, November Church 4 suffer Phone 376-1203 'G5 Dodge Coronet

Save the Feet
Circle I
I p.m., Mrs. J. K.

Jones 1424 NW 9th Avenue. So, number one on my "Save AND VOTE
FOR
St. Michaels Episcopal Church the Feet" column Is the right POOLE-GABLE MOTORS

B pm., Women of SI. Mich shoe for the right occasion. BARRY GOLDWATER 119 SI. lit AVENUE GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
aels Episcopal Church monthly :Next, remember that your feet I'T"
meeting, at the church. have very little protection from 14. o' .t I Id Is ma aoe 110ft s'o"r MS-T CMIM TOUI LOCAL usmna.-

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J Gainesville Sun Tuesday, November 3. 1964

i I.. c>;matroru w ere Mrs an orcnia corsage tor ner m

News of Donald R Nine of Clearwater cling ensemble.and ,

Special InterestTo Nuptials Read :Mrs Walter Harshmao of After a wedding trip to Day

Cason-Sawyer sewing 'tons Beach, the couple will re-

side at 620 Boulevard.
1 the Colored I All of the attendants wore
Community ccption was given at the lower
Solemn!:cd Saturday evening''lime green! dresses matching church auditorium.

at the Fir,; Baptist t Church wail|accessories and carried bouquets blue
News Items for this I The bride chose a royal
page should be directed
to Ben F. Child, Colored New of white chrysanthemum.
the marriage of :Miss Helen I I
accessories and
editor r
by mail at 526 NW Rth St. suit, matching
FR
or by phone at 6.5753. not send
Florine Sawyer and James
H'I, -
items directly to the Sun office. Franklin S. Bunrh Jr of Jack '
) ,...,.1, ,, Cason Dr Fred T Laughon soiuillr served best mRn'''I DEAD
.r'lvgvv It, vow. man Ibis' van be III "III L offic as I
HOMECOMING DANCE: A. M. was Ruth atmc Waldo tersvman organ.l Mrs :tillers were Buddy I Patton of: Spanish Moss is killed I
E. Church located on 'trict Youth Market Swine Show Tommy was Orlando' Walter Hirshman of
:
'>. Tickets for the upcoming I N.W. 6th St.. and 7th Ave., today and Sale for 4. H and riF t ht: SebnnR and Terrs Eures of when sprayed by
I FAMU Victory Dance to be held at I p.m. on behalf of the I I members will be held Nov sin Florida Pest Control
Scbrmg
MI the night of Homecoming Matthew The bntc the daughter of C.ll FR Z.266 '.f
Scippo Adacemy from 1:30: a m in the
totpm 1
mil ISTIMATI
Nov
7, In Tallahassee are aviU Christian School at Ocala. I Monticello Livestock PavUlionaccording Mr and Mr Edgar Russell Following the ceremony_, a re-
able from the Alachua Iiarwatcr and the
County Rev. Damon Campbell n l
Dell pastol.1of i
Alumni Chapter through its to an announcement bridegroom ", the on of Mr.
1 president, Ira Chas Robinson the Bartley Temple Methodist -I by V. L. Elkins, district agent and !Mr \llitJn 1 1.. Cason: of

'. or its secretary Arthur Benton Church, will be the prin- I This event is being sponsor. Scoring @ntml[@
I cipal speaker on the occasion.
They will be available 1 ed by the Florida Agricultural P5 FLA.
through Thursday night of this Horace Mcknight 11, will Extension: Service in cooperation Given n marriage/ by her
serve as master of stepfather the bride wore a
week. The proceeds from ceremonies. with the Florida State Department s OVERSEAS SHIPMENTS TOO
sale of which are for benefit the of The 'public Is extended a cordial i of Education Direct. gown ol dulcet taffeta designed Send > o 'I 'f V ,c,eui *lrw.Jo Neal ", ...g.i and w.dl.u gr.pe'
welcome to be present. ly in charge of the with a twtrail neckline and fru.1 P" ..ed I""e Sit ")"> 'Xmo order muff b. fK.lvid by
, the FAMU Scholarship Fund arrangements fry"I chapel tram Her veil of Illusion No1c; \\ I "'".p enters ICA,.'" Send orders by m,.I Of phont
All FAMU alumni In Alachua for the swine show and I
!NOTICE fell from a Cluster of dulcet taf REMEMBER ALL PACKAGES UNCONDITIONALLY
County are asked to coot act sale are: Dr. M 0 Watkins
Zeta rosebuds and she carrieda GUARANTIED
The
Robinson at his residence 1233 Home Mission Society! is director: W. M Brown, state
SE 19th Terrace, or by tele- asking all members of the 4-H Club leader: and Mr El bouquet of white chrysanthemums CROSS CREEK GROVES

phone: 372-7528; or Arthur Ben- Spring Hill\ Baptist Church kins centered with II'hile PO loi 10)) Island G,...., n.. Ph.... .".1410
ton, 372-7034 to give their donations to Mrs. Interested persons from orchid on a white Bible. G. N. (Huh I WIlKinl. Owi,..

Maggie Hall for Florida Memorial Gainesville and surrounding cities Miss Frances College for their Annual Clearwater sister; of the bride
PERSONALSMiss
are invited to attend the '
Celestine Williams, a Donation Day gifts by Nov. IS Swine Show.W'ILLISTON. a was maid ol honor and :Mrs\ Sun Waul A<1& Gel Results
Gainesville
student at Gibbs .Tumor Collegeat so that she will be able to Rodney R Nettles of -

St. Petersburg, spent the past make her report on Nov. 17. NEWS: I was matron of honor. J

weekend here with her relatives Rev. T. D. Davis, pastor: Mrs Card of Thanks '. -:

Barbara H. Bryant, reporter. Mrs. Susie waters wishes to

Miss Mary H. Norwood and thank her many friends for Phon--: I

Miss Carrie Mae Jones both of CARD OF THANKS their kindness shown duringher Add Lot to LivingComfort
Mrs. Julia Add a
Sanford were sightseeing in Harrell and (family recent bereavement In the a

the University City yesterday.Mrs. wish to thank friends for death of her husband the late

Ella Mae Jackson left their acts of kindness shown Lee Waters. Mrs. Susie Waters. around the clock It's all\ yours when you add a handy bedroom

yesterday for Atlanta, Ga., be- during the death of Mrs. Har Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley, reporter Mm. James II. Casnnur.d extension phone. Arid! comfort (anll 1 convenience) in other apoU
cause of the illness of her aunt rell's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Sam .
Mrs. Mary H. McDonald, whose uel Harrell and family you l live most Kitchen \\oikshop Honda room. Just call your

condition was reported as serious I Telephone Company Busmeni Office for details! on colorful, economical .
She will be away for several MEETING SUCCESSFUL: Note of Thanks Fall
l.- extension phones
days. CORE had .
a very interestingmass Mrs. L. A. Williams, who Is
Mrs. K D. Childs bus
was a meeting at the Mt. Pleasant -
ill In the hospital at Tampa i e ,
iness visitor to Jacksonville ',
on Methodist Church last '1
yesterday on take this method to thank the Supper Dish 'i1" H
Friday at S p.m. 111 t ,
) Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams The many friends, churches, minis- 1 .
principal speaker was
:: and Hattie ters, Missionaries Societies, ,
daughter! Mae, all
.. Rev B. Elton Cox, field sec- Ground beef is the bass Insert a piece of cheese r>s
of New York, whose visit here Household of Ruth No. 5422, the ,
4'
retary of High Point, N.C., on Pallbearers' and for a nu-nb: o' s a v r y into the center of a generous n e+it RM '
with Mrs. Williams relatives Levy County
1\ was pleasant, were flown to the occasion. the Jerusalem Missionary Baptist and economic dishes from tablespoon of mea/'mix,
The attendance good Form into bill Repeat d.1
their home yesterday was Association for their get meat loaf to beet goulash lure. a -
Perhaps the most prosaic of with rem a I nder of
Mrs. Ella Mae Acosl flew well cards, letters and also donations
AILING IN HOSPITAL cheese and meat.
all ground! heef dishes are
yesterday to Nashville, icnn, Mrs. L A. Williams.
Mrs. Bertha Mae Murphy Is meat balls Make them large
on a brief Visit and outing with Heat butter In II I large skillet .
her ailing in the Alachua General I or make them smllllthl'y'resllil
daughter, Mrs. Ennie Thom. Cook meat balls slowly
as, and other relatives Hospital Friends hope that she CONVALESCING I meat balls I until well browned
Mrs. Frankie Y. will soon regain her normal Edward Taylor, brother of
Reynolds
Now hrrea a recipe that
left yesterday for Sarasota because physical condition. James (Brother) Taylor who turns meat balls Into an unusual Meanwhile md! remainder .

t of business. She will be was a patient In the Medical fall dish. A savory of cheese In a douhle hroil t
way for several days MONTICELIX) NEWS Center has returned to his nipper I er over medium heal Grad
mixture of ground beef,
William Andrews, of Tampa, Swine Show Planned home on N.W. 8th Street, and crumbled saltines, and marmalade ually blend In sour cream
spent the past weekend here The fourteenth Annual Dis was reported IS improving is shaped around \dd reserved hblespnnn su I Icar I
with his aunt, Mrs. Janie ------ and tarragon Tour mix.
tiny cubes of pasteurised process
lire over meat baits Cover
Young. j cheese spread. The meatballs
Master Bennie Jones, of Jak ," are browned and served !Heat through! but do not boil I Ie

sonville, was the guest of relatives 'By Josephine Lowman with a sour cream-tarra- I for 5 minutes Makes 6 to I

here the past weekend. gon sauce servings
Mrs. Dunlap a teacher in the I

Shell Elementary School at Why/ Grows What a surprise! As you t 't6/ i f u

Hawthorne, was a recent visitor eat the meat balls you discover I Footes b k rfe
in Gainesville the center is warm,

Mrs. Mary H. Waters, of melted cheese I

Jacksonville, is visiting herewith i +k
CHEESE: HIDE.WAYS
Old
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friends for a week Honored a h
i '4 pound ground round : aP

ARCHER NEWS beef i ,4AM

If Piano Fellowship Day Create An ImpressionAs '. pound ground pork I To honor their dean Dr Prr f

Fellowship Day observances 2 tablespoons light brown ry A. Foole and Mrs. foole,
will be held at the St. Peter sugar packed (reserve 1 whose
marriage was a
Baptist Church here on Nov. 22 You Walk Away Too j tablespoon for saurel event, members of the Univer recent '

The public Is Invited. Allie E. 2 tablespoons marmalade Ally of florida College of Pharmacy .

Michael, reporter. By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN 6. See how your waistline 2 tablespoons finely chopped faculty and their wives! 1 g

I I I looks from the back. If your onion gave a reception yesterday afternoon h. 1
AILNG AT HOME Psychologically it is always belt is too wide or pushed down 2 tablespoons chopped at the University Worn

Mrs. Mamie Smith, mother of better to look forward toward too far or too tight any padsof parsley en's Club Mrs Fonte I Is the

Mrs. Claronelle Smith Griffin'I the future rather than back- fat on the upper hips just be- 1 teaspoon powdered former Mrs. Robert! Lee Bowman ,.e .
is ailing at her home. Friends ward toward the past. Ills better low the belt will bulge out In mustard Jr

hope that she will be well soon I to do that physically too, or an unattractive way. Narrow 4 teaspoon ground savory

,you might break your neck belts are slimming, especially 5 teaspoon salt Invitedursla.. In addition to I

CHIRCH ANNOUNCEMENTS' / However there Is one time if their color Is the same as the b 4 teaspoon ground black the Immediate families of the
i still when It is honored guests' were membersof
when )
( standing I rest of the outfit. Belts which I' pepper .
:
Mt. Pleasant Methodist look back. the University of Florida Administrative
most profitable to ,
dip a bit at the back are grace- 1 cup Premium Saltine Mm
There will be mid week Prayer I Council and 'h fir I
ful and slimming. Crackers crumbs approx
Service today, 7.30 p.m. The We sometimes forget that we 1 wives
23 crackers finely rolled)
Children Choir will rehearse have a rear view, that otherssee If you would like to have :

on Wednesday, 4.30 p.m. The us from the back as wellas my leaflet, "Cloth,. lo Fit 2 eggs, slightly beaten Receiving with Dr and Mrs'
sponsors also asking themembers from the front. In fact they Your Figure and Prrsnnallly' 4 pound Vclvetta Pasteurized Foote were the heads of departments '

fet choir to meet!i are apt to be more critical of send a stamped eelf.addresa- Process Cheese and their wives, Or, (i\ Southern Bell

this afternoon, 4:30: p.m. here our back view because conversation ed envelope with your re- Spread and Mrs. U G Gramling, Dr I
at the church The Youth Choir and facial animation dis. queit for leaflet SI In Josephine 2 tablespoons butter or mar and Mrs. finer: Voss and Dr. 'eJ Sirvlng You

will rehearse on Wednesday, tract them. Aynway no one is Lowman In care of | garineI and Mrs, Charles Becker
to stare at us and lookus I pint common lal sour cream
going
p en. Rev. W M. Ferguson, pastor 'I The Gainesville Sun.
up and down when we can Vi teaspoon tarragon leavesIn .

East Side Church of God Inl see them. Actually I think that large bow combine first

Christ Church School 10 many women never think of how LutheranGuild I ti) Ingredients Add eggs Mix

a m; morning worship 11.301 they look to those behind them 1 tightly with wo' forks until Hotiiew
Here are some things to check blended, Cut I (.if: of cheese
I m.; and evening worship, 7p : ListsMeeting
Elder J C Carter, into 24 cabei -
m
pastor 1. If you still wear stockings :
Pilgrim Rest Church of Unity with seams, check them. These I '
Church School 10 am.; and are slimming to the legs However t Dodge at a new lower price. '
afternoon worship, 3 30 p.m. Elder If crooked
they are theycan
Rufus Armstrong, pastor; make you appear bowleg I I First Lutheran Church Ladies' ic i ,'" Ar'J

Mrs Mary Hall, reporter. gcd Guild will meet Tuesday at II|i DO: ,. net 'I hj, ,Ii 1,1,1! "i ''''ir' I",.,.,itI ,tr'

Archer Church of God in I p m., at the parish hall for the 'I ,-imfort Up front, a' I ", _0 "t f jrvfln O"rJlfltt I
Christ Sunday School, 10 lasightly Hairs !Quarterly meeting of all of the rs ; ) 426 cubic ,nchei On the rear window sticker.

I m.; morning worship 11.30 2. Be sure to take an (InterestIn Guild Circles f prc; that D9gm Iota(owse thus thOM of any full|,n Dodge i

a m. Young People's Will In g the way your hair looks from _gee of vNw abito. .1 ,"i' I i /srywrwfe. mot fun In the Coronet 500 showr,

Workers' meeting/ 6 30 p.m. the back. Look out for wispy For the devotional part of the vale. M ear ear f, rIXIJ"'D:" bucket Mats. corttole. rarpeinq' all vmr/rntei'" i,

and evening worship, S 30 p.m. strands or a hairline which program' the Lutheran Women lowr.ne.1 Contact padded dash and V8 engine are standard And 1 lien. r r

f Elder Days, pastor; Mrs. Ruth looks chopped off or chewed off.l I i Prayer Service enti:led me tod.yl 1 era 1 4tch ng beauty That Goto .e all (>r'"i sin r h i

Jenkins, reporter.Mt. Be sure to have hair below the Mission to Private Worlds. v', j (an't (Wets* aN of the pooole'c'ur 'i' 1 ere f
Carmel Baptist There Mrs. Herbert Peppel. as Christian 117 P4.3.
hairline removed periodICally. : going lo gave it a try Drive one s>,'K
)
will be mid week Meditation Growth Chairman of the r
7.30 !If you have I short neck wear'league will be in charge of thIs
Services today pm ;
15th
!
your hair up or do not have the
1..1
Youth Forum Wednesday, 7 30pm service
hairline too low. Otherwise!
., and also the Choir will' I i" '"0'
!your neck will disappear. Those taking part will be The
!
have Its rehearsal and Usher's
Rev, Robert Besalski, Mri FRanklin '
Board \o. 2 will meet, 6 pm; 3. Remember that heels which '
Clayton Hustad. Mrs Werner Tt1o00e
Teachers' M. e tin I Thursday l are even slightly run-over are Lauter, Mrs Walter Krienke 2.0444Ralph I tttM t G'
7:30 and the Choir noticeable from the back when
: pm.; ,
Mrs. Luther Arnold. Mrs Fred
will again have Its rehearsal they may not be from the front I
Hansen Mrs. Schroder
Henry
Friday, I pm. Rev T A'',So are scuffed heels Driving a Mrs. Adolpho Ramirez and Mrs Turlington

I Wright, pastor: Mrs Esther W. car often causes this latter .
i I George Kaufmann Mrs. D a r aal.s
, Hamm reporter I IMt Keep I little brush or a small roll Muck will be solout ac STATE
i Moriah There''piece of foam rubber In the 1 FARM
Baptist -
compamed by John K r i e like :::'
=
will be prayer meeting today 7p glove compartment for use on organISt. ror: lJ

m.; and Choir No. I will haveIts !suede shoes before leaving the

rehearsal Thursday, 7 p m
Rev. L A. Tiilman. pastor; 1' 4. If you have a short neck For TransportationTO
Mrs Callie Brooks, direetreaa;
have the collars or necklines
WIDi D. Foxworth, CHRYSLER
Mrs. report- tJI'MIOII
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lowered in the back tf
they
THE ?. 11I010II1 _11011
er.St. meet your hairline for the same POLLS
Paul C M E Morning '

worship, 11 am.; and evening,reason which la given kM low above a hairline I Phone 376-1203 'S3 Dare Coronet

worship. 130 P m. Rev. B. F
Weary. pastor I IEDIc.mOSALPROGR.l1 Rear Wrinkles

S. Watch for wrinkles from AND VOTE FOR POOLE-GABLE MOTORS

j!...... Preen dresses and skirts BARRY GOLDWATER
.. II9SI. lit AVINUE CAINISVILLf, FLORIDA j jn
a'INIaI flea and
There will be an edI smooth them out a .
program at the Greater Bethel bit before uttjnf. ,4. ..... >..rcK mail Ma on ne* a g.u. cxiu .,w
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COLUMBIA s.c. (AP) and 31 other Americans were' lone more example of the admin-
Sen Strom Thurmond, R-SC., wounded In the attack which istration'i suppressing informa-
Code has charged the Defense De- also destroyed or damaged 27 lion In an attempt to achieve
Housing partment with "suppressing the U.S. planes. Two Vietnamese political gain.
facts' and hiding from the Amer air force men were killed and "The government policy,"
To Plan BoardHarold Study DelayedLong lean people the massacre of two others were wounded, the Thurmond said Is that Ills all

American personnel" In last Army laidThurmond. right to1e\ to the American
Walker, owner of delayed consideration of Saturday night attack on a said 'This Is just(Dcoole"

Quality Builders, was appointed I the proposed housing code was South Viet Nam air base. -

to the City Plan Board Monday held up again Monday by the Thurmond said Monday he


(by Inn the. Gainesville City Commis- Gainesville The postponement City Commission was re 9 A' v bPKY ;, has more"than were Information Americans announced that were and"many killed that :(li" Utsu {l 'Sure .

Alan Sutherland
quested by ,
Walter and Dick Hoffman o fHoffman'l total casualties were 300 to 400
Pharmacy fill the who was absent.Commissioner. persons In the Communist Viet MOVES MERCHANDISE ( )

vacancies left by the reslgna Ed Turlington king's mortar attack on the ...
lions of Joe Silver fnan and said ,he felt all commissioners a Blen Hoa air base.
rom Fagan, both downtown should be present when the codeis The South Carolina senator I = =
merchants considered. declined to reveal his source of I r rn J I.
Information or to say how manyof ,
The code has been In "study" the total casualties were
Fire! Station stages for more than one and American.

one.half but was referredto Assistant Secretary of Defense -
years
laid OpeningBids the commission for for m a 1 Arthur Sylvester said FUEl COSTS ARE LESS (Q)

action beginning last January. Monday night In Washington
for the city's fifth fire Thurmond's first statement on HEAT OUTPUT INCREASED"KRESKYY
station on N. W 13th Street will In other action at last night's the number of Americans killed

be opened Dec. 1, the Gainesville "cleanup" .session, the commission CourtTom "Is absolutely untrue."
City Commission agreed set a public hearing for Later, a Defense Department
Monday. additional sewer extensions for spokesman said the departmentwould
Hansen and Robin Richards ruled and "
as King
.
Dec. 14.Three stand by Sylvester's pre.
City Manager Bill Green laid Queen of Homecoming: at P. K. Yonge last weekend. lous comment as regards the U
Inclusion of more living space toning changes and a Members of the Homecoming court included Danny number of casualties.The .
for the 12 firemen 10 be assigned lot split were approved by the Dennison, Ann Warrington, Kathy Sites and Steve Army has announced that

to the new station has Increased Commission. I Tuttle. (UF Photo. __ __ four U.S. Army men were killed Oil Burner
the project estimate 17,. t


000.Original estimates of $80001 Charity Ball GM Also Sets UN Session with exclusive

for the station have now been
hiked to W7000, Green said. Ticket Sales [ID
Record Dec. 1 T
Opens
Lester May is the architect. EarningsDETROIT TWINJETELECTRIC


UF CrosslcalkDanger Go Higher UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.
(AP) Boom year,ment on a national contract, but (AP) The U.N. General Assembly -
Ticket sales for the ExchangeClub 964 of the nation's auto Indus'strikes over local disputes will begin Dec. 1, about
Noted charity ball are approach- try now boasts record nine-'''among the company's 130 plants the time delegates normally .

ing the ISO per cent mark, Tom month earnings from each of Its'continued to cripple production. begin pushing to wind up the
"
Complaints about a danger. Hutson, club president, reported "Big Three. ( As of today, only 12 local settlements annual session. IGNITION &
pedestrian crosswalk General Motors, biggest of the:
nun across during the regular meeting were outstanding. GM Secretary-General U Thant
West University Avenue to the Monday. trio, made it complete Mondayby makes the Pontiac, Oldsmobile announced Monday that a majority -
University of Florida from N.W. reporting a $136-billion profit -!'Cadillac, Chevrolet and Buick of U.N. members had
15th Street will be referred to T J. Hawes' sales team turn- t and announcing a 1560-million cars approved a second postponement '
the State Road Department, ed In 17 tickets sold, to boost dividend payment. of the world forum.
city officials agreed Monday. the week's total to 104. Thus I The GM dividend a $2-a.share! Ford, which faces a Friday The assembly was to have.
far, club members report 282 ,payment to 1.15 million common strike threat by the UAW, had opened Sept. 18 but was postponed
Commissioner Jam ei Rich- tickets sold, against a goal of 'stockholders, will help to swell yet to complete 20 agreements to Nov. 10 so as not to
ardson, a UP professor, agreed 500. ,the pre-Christmas flow of mon- among 90 bargaining units. conflict with the Cairo conference I -
that the crossing was hazardous ey. The $2 Is $t.3S above the Ford and the UAW have settled of nonaligned nations and TWIN-JET
noting there I It no traffic Tickets sell for a $5 donation usual GM quarterly payment. nationally.
the U.S. elections.
light In the West University Proceeds go to supportthe Earlier: both Ford and Chrysler General Motors' nine-montr LIGHTING
Avenue area north of the unI- Boys Club, and to buy shoes had reported record nine. profit of (1.36 billion, from Faisal /
versity between 13th and 17th for needy children. King l wwR
month earnings. record sales, was the equivalentof FOR FASTER :

atreeta. The ball Is planned Nov. 13. General Motors made Its profits -, $4.75 a share, up 25 per cent Vows Reform In ,

City Manager Bill Green was Guest speaker Norm Sloan, report as the giant auto'from the (1.086 billion, or $3.79 a NO-LAG STARTS R.1'MEANS ,3a''
liked to prepare a pedestriancount University of Florida basketball maker was getting up headway I share, of the same period last Saudi Arabia
In addition ,again In production following a year
to referring coach, told club members his
crippling United Auto Workers The n dividend will be DAMASCUS. Syria (AP) The exclusive KRESKY Forced Draft oil burner maintains .
t the matter to the SRD. team this will be good, but payable
year
how it will win Union strike I Dec 10 to stockholders of King Faisal, proclaimed 'Mon. a perfect balance of 15 parts air to 1 port oil
Green noted that eliminationof will depend many on games how hungry play. For the first time since the record Nov. 12. GM's dividendsfor day as ruler of Saudi Arabia, which gives extremely efficient, combustion elemm-
a crosswalk across University strike began Sept. 25, all five of the year so far total $126 has promised to speed up economic ates smoke and soot, and assures maximum BTU output .
Avenue to the UP from the ers are. GM'i passenger car divisions billion. social and adminis- and the exclusive Kresky Twin-Jet electric

College Inn commercial area "We're going to have a very were turning out cars Monday Sales for the first nine months trative reforms. ignition system eliminates the need for o constantly
north of campus Is presently good basketball team this year. the company said this year rose 13 per cent 10t3.18 In a broadcast over Radio burning pilot saves fuel, yet provides quick heat
being considered.! But the competition Is going bbe The UAW called off Its national $ billion as against $1168 Mecca, Faisal also spoke of when you want it no heat when! it's not needed. NATIONWIDE!
tough he said strike Oct. S closer cooperation with other
following agree- billion i last year -
Tax --- -- ._ Arab and nonaligned nations I, For wall to wall, warmth at lower fuel cost, COLLEGE GRID
Appraisal The UP basketball season
and promised support of universal -
COVERAGEAMERICAN
k opens In early December and a Kresky heater at
disarmament ond the United get
To Get Study runs through February. Reds to Stress Nations charter. He endorsedelldetermination

II for all "coto- .
A contract agreement from Last Man's sized peoples. JIM VOYLES

the St. Petersburg appral a I Unity at Confab Faisal, 60, was named king In
consulting firm hired by I the Club to MeetThe a move that summorily dethroned AND

city was referred to committeefor I his heavy-spending 419 N.W 8th Art. Phone 372.5303 NATIONAL PRO

study by the GainesvilleCity Last Man'a Club of World I MOSCOW (API The Krem-]attaining solidarity of the ranks!brother, ailing King Saud. LEAGUE STORIES

Commission Monday.The War I veterans will hold I Its I IIn', new leaders are going of the International Communist _| CLIP AND SAVE .
downtown second annual dinner meeting' ahead with Nikita Khrushchev's movement and can 11 I nul I n g

proposed study for the 1965 tax reappraisal 8:30: p.m. Nov. 11 at the Holiday -: plan for an International Communist .. preparations for a new confer THE MAGIC NUMBER IS 270THE .
Inn. meeting next month but ence of Communist and workers
roll, Including new construction Instead of setting the stage for a parties and the meeting of the
Inspection and major alterations The theme of the meeting will I showdown with Red China the: Editorial Commission" ELECTORAL COLLEGE ELECTS THE PRESIDENTThe HIGH SCHOOL

by local businesses was be fellowship, renewal of old I emphasis apparently will be on; Khrushchev had called for a number to remember 270 This Is the number of votes Mr. Johnson or COVERAGE by
referred to the real estate com friendships, and reminiscenceabout unity. I meeting Dec 15 of Editorial Mr. Goldwater must win in the electoral college to become the next presidentof
mlttee days In the service, according There have been hints Red the United States JOHN CLENDENDON
to Jess G. Davis, chairman China might send represrnta Commission members representatives GLENN LANEY
Commissioners Ed Turlingtonand of 2( who "Ie'. r'Ie'' .
parties
Officers will be elected. lives to try to find out If there lTATe IIO'N a.rry LJALAaMA 110'. ..'., LaiONTANA JIM KELLY
Howard McKinney will framed the 1960 Moscow blue
have been any Soviet policy 10-r--I i I %I '> a I INesaasoA I I
study the agreement proposedby Full membership In the or print for world Communist I MARC WEINSTEINDON
: changes since I I I I I
Hunnlcutt and Associates of ganization Is to those wholave Kh.rushchev's I"aIzoNA
strategy
open ouster Peking had said It would ; I I I NEVADA a I I IN. DAVIS
St. Petersburg attended the first two I boycott the meeting Khrushchev' There had been predictions ,,",UHS'" a I r HAMPSHIRE' a I I I
meetings. There are no dues had called to lay the ground the December meeting might be ; "N'--' .0 t /I--r New JIII..Y Ir 1 I I BRUCE DUDLEY
Any veteran of World War I I postponed until the Soviet.Chi. -"OMPT CASH AT MARION
City Hall lot work for a conference of the sit MARION CON CASH JAMES RUSSELL
who has not received an Invitation
world's 90 Communist parties. nese dispute hai a chance to NEC 'U'CO' a I l---r
to attend should contact EoLORAbo e I I I ICOHH.CTIeUT JIM KING
simmer down. NEw voce uN. I I I
A Danish Communist leader
CondemnedCondemnation a I I IoLAwoas I
Jess G. Davis. Col. Harold I ,
CAROLINA 11 I I
who returned home from Mos The Soviet Communist party a I I
Bachman, or B. J. Otte by Nov. I NORTH OAKG" 4 I I I
proceedings to cow Monday told newsmen In organ Pravda came out Satur FLORIDA' N I I IOEOROIA ",- .
7 1"0 H'I .
Copenhagen Soviet leaders In- day with a declaration supporting 11 I I t '
acquire one of the lots In the, -GiT NEEDED AsH,i 'MM IIION
I tend to stand firm toward Peking Khrushchev's position In PAYDAY LOANS AT MARION
city hall complex site were
ap-I Some 30 Aubudon wardensI but would try to get bark the feud with Peking. For the OKLAHOMA 'I I r MACHINE.GUNCAMERA
proved Monday by the Gainesville HAWAII a I I I OREGON a I ,--r
patrol nearly a million acres of'on 'speaking terms" with the first time since his ouster, the SERIES
City Comml lon. IDAHO I I PENNSYLVANIA'" ------'f f
I land and water In the U n I lied Chinese paper denounced "chauvinism"and -1JauNOU TIsoANA ar- 1- CLOSE.UP PHOTOSby
"I I I I Noose .Sl.AHO _I I 1 1a.
The action was okayed In order Stales to protect concentrationsof I l The Kremlin decision to hold" "petty Bourgeois adventur 11 t ,i- 1 CAROLINA' a -,I- I
to acquire a lot just Mil t nesting egrets. Ibises, herons, the December meeting was, ism opportunism and dog. 'Iowa I t I ,.-ya USWliH ASHiIlOMMA.IOH
2nd catchers and t disclosed In a after matte or revisionist distortion of EDDIE DAVIS
of city hall on N E Ave skimmers, oyster communique 1 SNORT O. CASH SEE MARION SOUTH DAKOTA a I Imobussassas I -I(
nue owned by L. G. Strlngfrl. pelicans. talks with Austrian Communist I theory." All were charges made :ITEKAf TOMMY LEWIS t
I leaders It said the discussion I against Peking at the height of KANSA5 a I ,I-. :; I : I
; KENTUCKY "I I I ILOU"'AH"
"emphasized the necessity of the dispute. -
I" t I I : -t I iT I I IIItllMOHT .
Suspect iii Theft Here MAINE a I I I avisoisis I ,
I MARYLAND r. I I I la I I I

Taking a 'Long Bus Ride'ALACHUA ..1 HEATER REPAIRS I NEED A LOAN SII MARIONMASSACHUSera MARION HAS PAST LOAN'I t SI.VICIWA''HCOTOH I I IIOIIr CANDID COMMENTS

I. I I I IY COACHES
Quick tfie,tnt wrvxt C Trained end mprt. ,n<,d "CHIOA" 11 I IMINNEOT4 t I "OIN'A' r r I I IW'SCON"H
Alachua County -I Miller was seen beating a e Untenable rain wrvice men aswYOMINO I AND PLAYERS
N I I iMISSIslIP.I I
Sheriff's deputies are hasty retreat from the store e Rode d'lpoteti.d Mucks a 24 How twiceStrvic a I I I
searching today for a suspected shortly after the money was e on all maket of.qurpm.nl M'ss0uI/ 11 P 1 t I I I I T I I O.IT. O' COl.. a I I I
thief who left the countyIn discovered missing, deputies ALL AMERICAN :'O"L 131 .
I Ph.
376
.8268 MATING > AIR
said
a hurry Monday CONDITIONING CO. WHAT IS THE ELECTORAL WHAT DOES THE ELECTORAL
The suspect, known as "Lit.tie I Officers went to Miller'ahome
PRESS BOX REPORTSby
Joe" and later Identified as but he had departed. COLLEGE SYSTEM MEAN FOR THE

Charles Miller, was sought IMlller. a Negro, was last seen TV ELECTION COVERAGEFast CANDIDATES by
after an undetermined amount at a bus station In Gainesville Each state has as many electors nit
of cash was removed from a grasping a long bus ticket A has senators and representative, in (lit is not necessary for a candidate, to HALBERSTEIN
juke box In an Alachua restaurant dispatcher reported Miller had win the popular or people's vote in NIS NISSEN
I The Columbia,
owned by Wetona Ander told him he was "going a long accurate voting results Congress. District ol the whole country. He can do sa and BENNY CASON
son. way." 'has three electors. The total numberof still lose the election.' The Importont LARRY WOODS
electors in 1964 is 538. These electors thing is to win the popular vote ,In
local state and national. make. up what is known os the enough states so that when changedto .
ELECTORAL electoral votes they equal 270 or
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I Teen-Age 44 Cuban Defectors ISO 111.1 ."h soy IIM it "telb undor
C. JtckwiNtrln o md koundttl ,.....,
.
7 SEE 730 Illlmll Ay*. IV tM ol I curv i*nc.v* to tMutMMlwly
AllmlM City. Now JtrtryIRD14tl ." hmM rtaiui if II toot,
By Seek Admission;
In: to U. S. Mid lOtus tlng lonomt m IM uultlmd
Danger tturttl JtckirnNirttl tt) IM M"o' II tMt rlgnt *4
no IMMII, Ay*. say MM tf .,. SoIl no, tidoicrlbtd
OTTAWA (AP Forty-four- *Atlmtl City, Now Jtnoy undtr dl) ttovt md Mint ton
/IOTlC' 0" 'UITTO. nIl 515.1M.cuuy gmt IM Mtt md to twiMrivU
Pills Cubans seeking admission ALL UION'Int "'....... Ltm Co. I runt if way ..dtKrlbMr
Pep are IV. IKrttiglv indtr, tr tatlnw Illiti"'h C.t Jn n Dtllmtrlni. Mmtotrttl (II ttevtllnlna .

I to the United States after walkIng Jcftwn md til **rttM titving *r .,...... Illtl IttMtRtck e", ID IK* ggrtgtt I.J7I Ocrtl,
.the SUN ** t* Sass try r....'. tr kiltrnt In lilmd' llfntuIRO '. .

CHICAGO (AP) Narcotics I off a Cubans airliner at ... RTMMrty IVrtlMlttr dttrrlkrd.Vw Il. 11. IH1 1.1.1" 5 OWNIO BY'KATHIRINI P.
a,. iwney nttnitd mtt wit" kMM CKtrMt .' HCNRIOUO'
II IINn. long a nationwide problem, b I Gander MId.Arrangements. Nd cammau,4 1O.'n.' 715 .01 lOs Adr u UMMttllIRO sl 1411 lIGHT Of WAY

POLICE FIRE REPORT 314 NW 14th St. Mr out of hand In the Chicago Si055 .etlc..1 CkD.l CurI PI,14sIS lot IPtrMV prt til
a boy GENERAL HOSPITAL getting
; and lor A1cIlua" CIV 5I'.l4. TI'o.... C. NtlMKtt lilt ,I M md It, lltck ,. MowtKerrntrrc

Accident Roundup and Mrs. Jimmy Hams Chief 1. 1964BIRTHS area, a police official said I are being Oil Ctmpony, tt .4.. ',.,.11..., WMdtrd All I ractrwd M iKoK '.I"
irtncn loulM' _-.,,. tf II. twin Ntrwiik. C m.NIIK Pot* I. 'ull rtctrSt AlKKulCwnry
In accidents land, a daughter. : Monday. made to fly the defectors to Dtnmdtnti tor tM purptit *t RulttlMHill "D Ill I I lor I., 0
Involved reported dtKrittd ml J. ". lyng nt md wllKIn' VI tool
tt IM tenoning pro-
by the Gainesville Polici ADMITTED: Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Mat- Teen-agers from all social and I Canadian Immigration detention .... In ........ Ctwnty. PMrMM" : .. P.. 0.I0011y.. in) Ill ."oO IIM o Slots load Kt
levels PtRCII.ltttctitn. I N. Y. Soctitn 5055115. MI' wnrtv HM Hingtwmwtit
Department and the Mac h III thews, 3445 NW 10th Ave., a economic but predominantly : quarters at Halifax where they --. of II.. _., eW' II $50101 _"b.$5000,. '

Office : Mrs. Loueen Sherwood Mrs. girl; Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Caucasian, are using :M TcMtntilp" It Hum, lISP RobtrtM RuR I.' O\ 5011 ll... WI 1"
County Sheriff's durlnj, : will wait until the United State: H ..... *m rvn Ntrlti 14 *ogfo. P. O.ttmMy. Tow0INIp I 111110 n II IlOll.
the past 24 hours were: Carol Scott, Mrs. Dorsey Fee-. Feathers, 822 NW 36th PI., a "bennies and Christmas trees"for II' N' **tt to*!, WInS:_ run N. V. 'n' 'oty ,". IN

han, Leonard Hall, James I boy; Mr. and Mrs. Clark P. kicks, Lt. Cornelius Casey V admits them. ....... tKmro It dtgrtw rvn 01 WIll* tl- IrtU Vrt.1" ITltottot. tttttnonct 3.5.10011055 IRO lot I I Sao rtmtr t of ttgroot uid. Itctltn V.runIKmct ..,

Lawrence L. Coward 1510 SE: Pruitt, Mrs. Anabel Butler,, Jones, 1409 NE 14th St., a boy; said in an Interview. The Immigration Service said rvn Mtrm n dogrtM II* .." I. trXM aIa.0NamII4.Caul., 5. tMt to IM Norm I.Q tl iKtmn

12th Place and Robert I... Smith,, Mrs. Sharon Anderson Mrs.V Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Cutter, Casey, 'commander ot the! the Cubans defected after their Wnt" PltmlngNM lit.tttl .*..m..... ION StutK:- ran RW ttulKIt tttM OlD 540SLo.mom loll I..dncrlbtd.*'' ,_abs tM Nol it Mint.' J.

403 NW 3rd Ave. at 1:52: am. Odessa Fedrlch Mrs. Jose. don*< W 5." WMt iMng MMIt "" .,.. tt Nlv *l ... 'I Town-
V 808 SW 3rd St., a boy; Mr. and narcotics section, said amphetamine W monct nm North n .* I' 355.5 .,. Kit" II twin, Rmgt n Int.7tntllnlno .
bound for Czechoslovak 411 toot
today at SE 4th Ave. and Sill phine McNamara, W.I t. i. Mrs. Ronald A. Brown, 215 SE, sulphate "pep pills" -, plane, inn II' 40" wttt lit tttt to I mintm N....,C_ I Ul Kroo ....'. .MM ..
II IklIla : .'.'* raid
St. Blackburn, Debra H a cccli,,21st St., a girl bennies and brightly colored 'la, made an overnight stop at .y IM Nt.I nt n I md* *$t...Intonttlt Mint *f MigK.w MglmlM WIIII.mS, "o.IVt IITATI OP rlgnt.r. wiy.0,

Blanton Davis Edna Larrick barbiturate ., [Gander Sunday !, "t run toum It dognMt 0 W'd All, IN'AUU I. nuc.osso.
capsuleschrist. = SIIIVISN00II.CSl1I. .
Joe D. Shehee 306 SE 8th St. ADMITTED: dl' lOanS otid RW tilltMt. UoSCUO5 Oi

I soda parked car at 10:14: p.m. all of Gainesville; Edward Elee Cutter, Mary E. Jones mas trees-are sold by and to, Two Cubans asked for pollti-j If. IKMM Int item run IM Ntrtn, Ntrttl tt*.W dogroMIf If IMPUmlngiM 110101.1335. ",., Illl aiOHT OP WAY ISO.AID.".", "! RI9MTOPW4V'

Mullikin, McIntosh; Mrs. Alice teen-agers for 10 to 23 cents in I ,. IMnr run TMt girt it) TMt p.114.
I Monday In. the 300 block of SW Waters Starke; Mrs. Betty Myron M. Wade, Dolphus Fowler cal asylum In the United States PIpe II iMonon Rot II' 41- WIll" lit toll login' it tM ItulKvrMt ctrtitr *f tMIW't SW,. at Nl pill. tt IS'.. It tKIMn ,I. TtwiinigI II SoulS, Rmtjt .. .
per uir lying mum.Mitorly
.. !
lOs tt dttmt
l3rd $1"Homer Brown M I II d ed run toum
Harris, Chlefland; Daniel Harrison Dorothy r Doctors Sunday and the other 42 announced W.., Int tott to tM Illl R W MIntonttlt Mutn, Rmgt n loot, IKmct run Se ".br Air, LlM Rill...,
prescribe amphetamines Ntrln toot, tKmc won M tool 54 .
II50
Burnham Sandra Robison Reed No tJ, tMnc runtwltl : r *00.Lyl
E. Hornsby, 2141 NE Alachua; Mrs. Barbara as stimulants and appe- their decision Monday n *HlthMV..... IV .," lilt ItoMMM In* .. .... otittrty brnmntry ...,5I', 4. .nd WIllIS 1 a'
Annie Hyde all of .. Hlgtimtv" Ml, ttimci run In .
Whltesidei. UkoglnnlM tntrtnorly l loS.II
ilOth Drive and James M. Morn -Herring, Cross City; Mrs. San. Gainesville Thelma Weeks tite reducers, and barbituratesas Their plane left for Prague with RW All mi totn tMt* to point tlroctim '' lAd _tty toOM.MK' I........1 doing

8th Ave. dra Wise Willis ton Mrs. Virginia ; II 01'-::: 55000' .100', SaoP lull M toltotni
1(07 NW at 8:50: ; aboard. ttM M. Tovmni r'b
and In- 36 other .
Newberry; Jeff W. Harrison;; tranqulllzers sleep : passengers ...!. AIKIHII, County PtorMlll' ANOPARCH Mtt, boIl ttl Mtt, tMnri h. ... ISIS lIsa WI 50111.
im. Monday in the 1100 block Hill Cross City; Mrs. ducers. IIICmtmonrt ran WtM M Mot M Point .1 login, 7511115 T ., '_ I SasS, II :
Trenton; Frances Schneider I defectors Mr. nlng.lyuvj. Mint m _. ,. tM laum.Mil .
N. Main St. Barbara Tison Waldo; Samuel Among the were *t IM nMrmottt nmtr *> .
fcf Mittrlv it
md 511310 no hoi
cited two recent ramtr of wvi of 1114 tl
Chavous Old Town; Mrs. Irene Starke; Mary Tompkins, Archer Casey cases. and Mrs. Miguel J. Rosa Gal- Stcllm Lot.14.54 TowntHlp nm" toufh II twin 01 ,dogmtir RtngtW If .... turyty IIM *f SIM .. t..e'.. stciitn. Tmmini* u 'W,

Helen- S. 605 NE 6thfet. Revenna Malphurs Hign One Involved a 22-year-old man SOlO HM tlUK SI.550011.4. SlId gurvtv II RiM It Ion, pu tlwnct Norm II
Denny with luWI lling
; who left the plane .
,
Myers Williston; Larkin Wilson vex, Stctlon Ml 0? ::. to tKt WMtR dOrb M toiMfii, grin M Sod IMS.It to ..
and Rebecca J. who attacked three policemen. tM ttutli lint U .. ..,'", tf
Dowdle Hawthorne; Gennie Dun- Springs.DISCHARGED their 2-year-old grandson, Julian II 1$. iMmMgltn RIM md tMMMI ,. ,. II ttutn. Rtngt tl ...1. .II Itvlh, Rmat MM II NIl. TownM.lt

78-10 Corry Village, at 5:20: can, Otter Creek; Jesse Dix- : hauling two down a flight of de la Rosa. The child's parents tf M Wonot bxlKnlnt., If mtnct I4- Will ctnllnuottultl ItaM punt. M44 toot ..., M Ill MttlMmtctrnor tot II wntorly "IMI. o NtrlMltl I SIlls

He admitted using tf ll'. it ivy it *t told' ttctltnII c_ Slid' Itctlo ,
pills. .
>.m.: Monday at NW Sth Ave. steps. and Mrs. Jose de Ia .0" Norm lino IntO II toot > tMItit
Bronson. and Mr. .,
on, Mrs. Dorothy Richey ion R W of Inttntttt Hlgliwiv" tin. sIN tMnct Norttl I .r. 41 M" C. .,int I ttt :. mtrt tr Mil, .
nd. 8th. St.- Mrs. Natalie Cornell and son, The other concerned a 20- Rosa defected In Septemberfrom 71. IKmr nn toulti It dogrtM tr4f lilt tott.lt toot tt tM '" M t 111,51" If tllitln, ,o rlgKt if ....
curv ctnciu to tM tnvtMMttrly' KtvIno OWN'D I' .
DISCHARGED who said she .. RW 414M toot.1 I'
: girl U .laImlI. ii 1IN. .
year-old Czech airliner at Gander rouo it IW.lt Poll' 0 ..
l IMnctnorlMMttrlv "'
I Ora H. Wynn 109 NE 8th St.nd Mrs. Ella. Perryman and son a IKinct rvn Norm W dtgrMl Of It"l 1' AND "'
walked the streets to support an and still In Immigration ..t IM twt, Wtncg ran Hum M Preston Polk Thelma Woods Mrs. Esther Hudson and son, are *" SI I I.- 110'' JUU'H4
927 NW '
Paola B. Langford, tl' 41' lilt IM toot to tMNtrln 10'LA NI.ON.
Donald Burns Mrs. Mary amphetamine habit started by custody at Halifax. RW tt II.. PMmlnotw, RttdtMnct ::IIn mo ond"Slid i c WAL" "U''HO. IIIHOfWAIKIR.
Sena Walter Cain Mr.
jth Place, at 4:06: p.m. Monday Stephens, her sister and brother-in-law rvn OwlS It e.*,... ST It" Norm II 04' 10"" WHLIAMI' ,?.

the 400 block of NW 8th Ave. Shirley Hill and baby girl. Dorothy -Sheppard, Mrs Glorlda Primo, 200 Cubans have lilt slim tall RW Ml toll M tM 02 ,toil t* mt Ntrm ,.las I TURAM AND NUIIANO.
i her habit More than lu-I toctMn it I Mint M4Stl $ C JACK10N. PIRIIV C.
sold her ,.. .
and -who pills once P C ol S cvrvo Myln a ''' 5.| NIIH.
Martin Emmltt Mn. Lois O'Malley daughter Klorly *f Hortho.tt OUtlll,
Perry 1. earns XOlid WtmiR ANO ,
defected via Gander where 1941H lr.l, I ,on'''' mglt M II Is. .
f Edna C. Larrick 730 NE 9th Duce and was formed. md to IM| ItctMA 10.Cmttlnlng UWRINCI WALKIR, ROIIRT
Ronald Smith Carla Hicks Mrs. Shirley son, grio W bafflU ttnctyt .
IM .
between Havana cm MM.Mcluilvt WAIKIR AND ,
airliners WIPI IINI1TINU
[ flying M
unit makes 500 Nnrtrnmt, ttwnct rvn Ntrmtiittrlyttoni .
ve. Michael H. McKinney, Judith Arranta and son Casey said his tt '. noKI MV WAIKIR, THIODOIII
Mrs. Carolyn McCammon and Mrs. customarily MI* I W tun* tn M tttt. IKonci HOLMII AND
and Eastern OWNIO IVl $
20 NW Slot Ter. and Marie baby boy, Mn. Caribee Kelley Mr. Canard 0. Jones, lof r a. narcotics arrests per year In the Europe run lasS M togrtM, II' 41". Kovlml Intl TRIVINIA Lt. M- mdVIM. IUIJICT SIPS, AlllN TO Unnctratd HOIMII lint
The Canadian governsnent tool to point in a curv .
Benson, 522 SE! 13th St., at and baby girl, Mary Alice Bryan -Lola Aderholt, Mrs. Mable Frazier 17-to-20 age group and that "a stop. rndlui' it lIla'* 105$. l ctntroonglt IUIJICT TOt OR ISO 11, "Ml.tg.gt ftcrd laOS it SNIpS Wilior md nil w,.I.
It ..
temporary Put
the defectors 4U. IPlIlsIlol Old
,
grants : tlt 41 W miMing I 'OI TMtdtr Htlm
59 Monday at NW 7th Thomas good portion" Involve victims of orM 'm tf NwtMrM md SIll, .
p.m. Mrs. Mary Fulton and b'ygirl Mrs. Margueretta in Canada while .cmciv to tM --'". IKomo lID Also' HtlfKM
and 17th St. asylum run NortKMittrly *'im* laId, R W cvrvtIII1 I JiMgmtnl rtctrdrd In OR '" "' HTOPWAVIW
ve. Warren Mizelle, Elzie and son. pills. they make arrangements to Join ) tort to) mo Norm 0.. *t IM. lOI. III ., Plo 414 o .1 TKi-lot .
Justis Uay Palmer Bertie COURT ef. RICORO "You can't tell what the teen, IAn" 14 md IM Mint If ootlnrtng, All .r It Mtrcury lon Clmtiny. tl SIlO o Uctlon M. TowntKlo,
James A. Burch, Waldo and Cna. OONI'aa$ the thousands of Cuban refugeesin going md tying .* IM Narmmol OutrPAICIL 10' Illl SIGHT OP WAY it bum, ._ I SasS _""b ty

NW 13th Croft Myron Wade, Bonnie Edwards -! Jug* Ira Ctrtor.turndtli. ,...,..... age user Is likely to do, Casey United States Sue .. NIl.. 31, TSOIISIIIP 11 .aoHl. III o.of, mtMi md ktunm .MMMt
the |
McCallum 3909 "
;oward i| HM. | | til ,
rw I .
., W.Iad, Au- ., PIN. II Roginnlno II N tottrnctton OIl IM
_tv.. Claw e. said. take three or four Uuay SI .. A''150501' 50,117 W.
and Thelma "They HMrttwmi M
,
Fry. :VK to no rtctrM Hl looP rlgKt if nn. ,
lace at 2:30: pm. Monday In _Int. lis Mirln. H. Ctl- ... In Pill .c." .y if | .i.
,lum, PomooM ...cI. Mdliif.' lit. HMIV at a time and they take them NOTICI Of IALI lilt pot Idol Rood KM. locllon N040IM4. *m) tM Mil
,
e 3900 block of NW 8th Ave. GENERAL HOSPITALOct. Ctmp, N........", IHHin" I. Y:"ll TO WHOM IT MAY CONCIRNlVM C.mbamo It IM Nl rinttr f wrnm ISO o Mr loo.gubiig md rmrdi I.. o"':". Count. Mlt right tt troy lOla it Ol Into
,'esh' tf w.,. US. Myrtll' O. Dull Pan.tudtrdllt. only for one reason to get lee ntrtty nMIIM" Hot It* 14. TxmKlg" II twin, RMI M l..l.md T .llIrl tujKI Jot." .lOam* Ntrm. Oogmt
Mrs. H. H. 375 SW n, 1964BIRTHS M v.lkl,. drtvtr-l .lletnM, US tellwing irak vKikKi' iwt CHrviltrNra run Nnrttt 14 gwi II mowN rt ".,. J I wuln' INN .toot mtrg tr Iso,. to
Weston M..,.. r. 0rt. Orlonoo, drlvlnt' "", high. Yarktr UIOJ': "I"I Sill bt Mil" II 41 IMI grt...d ...., I'4 tt toil, tMnct Lying III .. tM Uulh lot I tf MowlMr.
.
Place and Fina A. Slack : ..'..,c...... Ill* md dON.'. IkonM Mil. Casey said barbiturates are PUWIC Sal. tt II M AM ,'cl... Ml Ww aol 11 drorMi a mlnulM It Meodi 01 IM ooilorly lint md KIIHM. HI tool luMlvlilm, Kctrdlng' to gilt, rt.ctnMd .
turvty if tint
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Moore, add thm mtnlM. KtnMth W. OunnWloml tin tn tl Novtmwr, 7101. tl lit' NtrnMtM Wnt linn* 0'. rmttr lint. of I locIMn In. I In pass Mtt "C" Pig M 5O53.*
5 NE 8th St. at 10:02: a m. ; to the user -'t MutMrlv tl Kirv.y 'ctrtt tt 4155,. ,.. ..
rm ml light, ass lirlnj 0 more dangerous II 0..11100 tlorldl. IK .** 41 Mat gmMd md I'tt tMl. tMnct notion' C. Il.'t' run
in the Florida National 3931 SE 14 Tern a boy; Mr. and Lcnll. Lao .C"Iw M>M nday Mrs. Oscar Owens 1409 NE 8th m Rtod. driving because an 'tie piymtnt 5. tie CM) tf p.taOlo.> VII tt 1.1125, toot grtdtd nmmd 'low ot rlgKt : IM cmltr- II Mtl WMtorly mt : lollnot
pk parking lot. *mi* "" $.....,..., UN md drlwHIM Ii-Casey said the danger of am- '.wing, md wit it SaId mtttr vxikittnd tM f 0. I IMnct ctntlnuoWool ilollm U4M kolwtM wryoy rlgKt tl .* gf >'
I Ave., a girl; Mr. and Mrs c tuMtndod IKrtt mmltlll .MrlWi ..,.lIdIIc" IW ml *l puMkttM tl Mll XHI Ml V tMt. IMnc run NtrtK tldtgrMt VutMIt, IsO swoop iliiMn INS. run tntnct oioHy tt .
... Is that they promote WMlUl t.lorly tf md Mmlntirl Mint It to>| mhiriy Ill. Mil M
US 41 OMAN
phetamines tnd nun > mt Mtiiitctitii tf tn It mlnuMi toot fom
no M. Castell 931 NE 14th Jessie Heard, 1106 NE 16th J. C. Moy. W SI III itMrtlng. ., IM.-, Mimct *ut NON tKt _"oct11 g tMt to .M loulti rMM .. otyol tt iiitMn tf MI* twvov ,. norlMrly. p1501 tf Way lint Old" Into ..
behavior. wrvoy 114tMt
US. Albtrt J. MHItr, 'ro dydPhllu aggressive, antisocial ..... IKtnrt nmttuth ? .|I"> w., J run monct "or, N
and Frank Scott Haw. a girl. I INNS W tr e$, 1011 Ml lit vtOiliwwlll IK* PlmilnglM orly m* wimm K ll ot ..
ion, KroM dlvldtd" MgnwtvUS said the drugs are too ,*. Union uvirlnf IM llnMHIn 4t tfogrM N mINIm, II Soc uid wr.vty .Int M ISO Mullt HM ot III I
rne, at 9.26 a.m. Monday at I' ADMITTED: lommll, D. NUI .,,".* Toon 0. Casey *f MI''d mtttr vtKkl. Any Mrtlutwll mm SOIl Hong saIl tigKt tf amy Mid' 'turvov IIM kolng *> .." HMtMrn Minor lubdlyllMn, It
following tw c..kiM, US. Lotnor A. O' easy to. obtain, and claimed M paid> I* voy, tnd VW OH'ntlii r. All INS, Wimu run ttulK It .* mxisxLx. $IoIlauo Mint, o II'. Mil N tort rlgnl M
13.* Main St.Fire. Janet L. Owens, Emmitt E. H.*, 4Jt ia III .,., drtvmt m wnn| II..... Itr *ny ktitnc nm*...... grm M mkwtM II wcmdt WMl *.Mng login m ... Mutn *.y tf Old Itoio .< Kg. run monctMUttnlrllttrllf
Imt tt ,.. ,
Calls Perry Herman B. Williams tint, .f tM rtod, US.jtnn some pharmacists sell pins ..pal dSNauIa II ........,. laid ritKt' tt SIC Mlt tMt to IMxov r_...', 1| Ituin, Rmg Iorl. Mont M.I- 1 IM ..I..MIt
I. ,.,.... NtwMrry, trunk. D.,... lIla S.l d'. of 0,0150, 5504 I..' 'Ill SI Sb. ii $41151110 H"". punt Mill Mtf 55,0 .. tt MulKMl"ctrntr woy IIM ol ..i OM. lilt i.i.
At 110:53 a m. Monday, a mat- Annie P. Elliott, Linda Mat US. MIcltMl i. PI.ko" '". l.nt.'d. without prescriptions. I .IKXIATIt DISCOUNT n ,ltol Roid til. Nitnc nmtoutK t, Ml* tctltn tM I dliimct II i Mil fntr*
ipMtflnf, US. Johnny K. ....."" Of* CORPOKATIONlyl n duriM 01 mlnuMt 41 MItMM Ntrm 1 J IMnct I mo Ptinl of ""'
i: treV fire at 714 NE 20th St. Cain, Charlie Graham, Yvonne .itfvMH. C>.. '_'''. U>. Tirry fRMMoon 5$. 1.. JAMIR10N sIll aHl slam Sole 5150, OIl OIl Mot to | *'-ol.flon Of I..| Mult Cmtolnln t '* 101 or boo oCIUIIM .

damage. Heard Jay H. Palmer Pamela MM Palm .,..*. I M<>'III'. I OtlMtvlHt' fltrldtunti ton to KM P. C. .f I curv. ',''". .... IU4M mmct i? :rigKt gt sIt.
\.MItIr! US. Jimmy M. Roo..n, MaO! w. 4.Ing Coldwalcr n i loi.* c.... Kvlng t rtdlin tf Ittt I ,141II toot to ... ogrtM' .. SaIl OWNIO ly .' lontr, J,. md

,S A16.40: p.m. Monday, i flood Feather, Cuthburt Mize, Danno tM. Arttwr U ....,'...... Ttmr. toot, Mitt mi,' OIl it dogrMt ItmlnulM -* to .... MutMMttTtv Mgliuilnt hiylng,turvo a '"5115> $141 Anno I. ..

JVdt heater at 326 NE 11th St. Lee Mathews, all of G .1 I Inc s- _l'|, at.T. In Lend NOTICI, OP IALI M McmM md tting cmtovt """" *" NI. 505 ""M 'ItMiHrly TMl Mrt 111l' SORROW PIT
....... C. 0554.. ima N' Cli A.... Early 'M I twIM/tlltrlv *l'OClMntKtnct 711 n toll
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCHNlVM tMno SIll tt II' L_ 11 1 M
*
villa ,_,, 120. OuSSI A. SuS WNOh,* run ltng' saId turvt 'In t Mutfitiitotly turvt Mtvmtmt
; Mary C. Sheppard, Wal- trl KtrMy nollllM IKlt tnl tollewlng mraugn g tolU control inolo' II Montr md IIM ,IaN
toll
".. tlwtvM $loo mil. US. Urtctim: m ... intone .! ,' I* ... H7 1 rtllmH
tan M" to
,
: .. VA'IIllI' 10 Ply" Idffury md oJ .' _
c. M
[ GENERAL HOSPITAL do; Eddie Puckett; Norman .0. ..:: AIKKU. PlO vlWUHN. dl: DIXVILLE! NOTCH, N.H. MT tMMHOMgt will kt Mid .' :UlHtMftolMPT ** MId. ....,.. .. IMnct Ntrtn II ...._ I4 II. ,"..o, Rmg ill B SOIl MtcriM It. Tovmwvi H, '

Nov. 2.1961BIRTHS Phillip; Ronald Smith, New- .MIOO.. MS urrylnf. I nncMl'Id w.p. (AP) The first persons to .5014,. ..I* tl II N AM .tc<. tn tn, IMnct N rwn Mctnw tvwlti iMt fl ogrM lung Md 44 11501RI mlnulM Sue 10.115" 1 1' Is .SlId of Oursay I..., ..*. it mt IR ctrntr *f tocIMn 14

OtvH. 1.. ItiMlr. ........, -'.., nation today picked tin tty .If NgvtmMr, IH4 tt 111 IMrtliIt w.. till ,.... "'_. nm MwtK ., tying' "b..." tf md TMrnMllg It In. RmM 1 lost, cu
r : vote In the Ma's 0..1111. fit TKt trttMdl HIIKM monco Ninn n ", 14"
berry.DISCHARGED ,,,. Itww Ofl'nOe.. leoN. INIsS II 55055 II 041511 t WO'
OrtruM T. ... .. II. ot mi cmtorllM II rliwMt ..
0 he III. .III 100114. Ii pa' 40* Mtl, Ihs ",
nm ,
.Uttr. and Mrs. William Scott Ul. H'"d' 1.. T.....,. .._ -.$'. Republican Barry Coldwater ai maul II III SIul 04 5010105. .N50IU NdNIS ..., '11" 500. 10 As WISP 111111 ..5OaV ', i0 OIl 01,4 5111. 500 51. aol aJ." WMt toot, "'... .
_'' t3J. .Nd,0 1.. 550'N. I se II ... ,lSd51 15.4, 101001 5au54'a, .
Mrs. Hutchins PatriciaJ. 0455 0. '' OIl loll maIN :00015' Nd H', 5.11 $ Slid sacIacl4d 01 tt ...,
all wgrtM
SW Archer Rd. Mr. Ruby .. 4m toot
I for
26 a ion; j'\i.\ n. OM4ON 4 dr'r, ,Ie.... their choice president 01 PIlOICOIN 4. 5401. III $110, Nd ION, .5. P41010 "5 dogsu II 'I'sN IS0501usd. .y Solp. 111111054 1015, mmct ttarth 41n' *,,
I I W. Hill Cross [ Ford Joannf Thomas and .. US.tM .. 0415 .OIl I .
Mrs. James eight of them. MtiiiKtim f IK ttitnctunttor do I. 5.50. N tool to IM tl tMlnnlM.
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II 00 : _.
dliMMd Virgil Htnmm.ItlK p. 54 $-N"lE .
SI "
$affi.
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SI Sass .
"' cmlrtct vim RtlpK' L AKodv J a ALSO: I 'lOW tor
ty a girl Mr. and Mrs. son. John M. Scott Walter "w Av* n* valId drlvtrt llctiRtn ... this hamlet an of K/lnfj Mttil "" Itrrw fit
; In I960 Kit ........... ..... AtlMOVlllt, PMC. .n' .1 saw of 11I. 5501.- laW Rood,
J .. In* Nl 1710PIau. II 5mW. INN N 11,1. 110001c ., .
I CMrmlnty ? *
bwell R. Wise, Wtlliston, arl Rountree, Julia Marl Vetter, .. n* vmd dI_. IkonM.imttncMl -those voters are registered ReI IN dl _15.11,1 k II.i Any mt ourKuo nnmcMo. OUR If..Mid.!*pi$4ON. _, 'lor"" ausIshlw". I Sf 1<_ 51,51. 55055 II suid..' I'' M.. a.ION., Mrmtrlv *f md wlltiM tt NISI

and Mrs. Richard An- Mr. Orville E. Hall Jacqueline .- H.,..._ e..00. 1411 NW I to ... 000010-4 -, ,,. .' md ssy turvty
I; Mr. publicans. Rave nine votes Nd sIll' NauNS lor an. '.Krlitd' "".
PARCH ,
vMlitlm it drlvtr't lictnM II
Jrd An 54" .
SIll 150 Ii
jtrson, 405 NE 10th St., a girl; Lapper and daughter, David I ..."k'....*. Ironic KKool md m ctiloJ Richard M. Nixon. ball... .SU 15m111l35 onpUIl 01IN SaId san 'Ml* it palnl 13'I loot gf tMR ":.on'1 raIN: Nt.login IW .. .fit.
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I 0... 0.... 01' PhI I2nd TN. .NN- IThid W tt .... In........* HlgKwtv tl *l ,I "lOin'. J .doMrlbtd ., rut tMncttfrn
ir. and Mrs. Sherwood Lee Franklin Clyde Courtney the area's voters ISIs" SO'S lay O 0l-4, 1tU."I5OC'An. .. i tt!rott m i
Roger |
.
.... 120 N I lays. JImN 0 au 415NW This year D'I4OUHI I' 11111 R W gf IM PMmlngtm tr toIM Mni MM .. o 1.
Mayme Angle, Isabell Melt o n, 54 105 ..11. .,....'. Ikauw.ass In hotel at midnight to CORPORATION, liood M P 0 I Iwltl HIlort 55 tM Mtlnnln M IuU0V5.IS... 10 -OII.N.
met a .
300.5. III R to W".W., t tt tl II'
: .
au IOllIhlaSIloIy 01:105' .
IVl H. JAMIRJONOtlnnvlll a 'tdim '"
L. II
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Sharon Blue Loree Byrd, Thomas 071010' M. 0451. AINI'N" "0 ValId their ballots. lull* md Nnrm NtrtMMlirly olonggridtd i ISIS, NI' '*" ***'
[SUBURBIADRIVEIN Smith Callie Hunt. dkN, Iliseal, aat .. 5 ..,.. $0030. cast *. FltrlMei mod IH It It to tM ..._ ,mjl ttof tMng MM curvo tWIMditofl. *" ..5. 1.5w. 3,. .
i, I Hirmby. I.4I NW IllS 0" '". .ng valid Also receiving all eight vote II 1 I..... tttorMr toxtlul. M TAO II lam I cmlrM tnglg I* *mrtugri g *I sIll, Aim I ,
oIl..... 'k_. tM *r I Myl. Idly M toutK md tocMn tnwill RmWMt :.. 1.1 II = leo I. aOIOW P
THEATRE D. Lwigitm, tnt tf MID Ttr., M <',.-was John Plllsbury, Republican NOTICI Of tAU lot mao.. W'oI 5oyoIhusSIOl a''" .. ... .. 4. :'. pa'S OIl
.,'I IkwiM. I>S or Oyi.. of Democratic Cov. TO WHOM IT MAY' CONCIIMl It W It .... PlomlMltriR' .d -,'.II'.oo. tor .. Norm | cnilni *f SM IM Mini, .
'oMrt J 1.III0. .. lIP N' IllS T.,.. opponent You tr* Ktritty nttltltil IKtl lIe hi.iMlng to paint *f IMomnlnf. (....._ Pturmd ., .' tol l| II tKtlM It tVcvirnmmt in
II'
SHOWTIME 7:00 ,_'''. 120 0' I dayL ,IVa'N LYe" John KIng.Diaville maIN vWldti IOU fr' .... in* .t cm mtrt tr Moo. Inttrtlnn .l N os -I "' .ds.l1's51 JtjitoR: It, Twnnii I IMIK, Imgt nl.ing
1"$ Na 111ft IS M VOId' drtvor-i Illl Con* 1O'.211J' Mil M MM. ) *l guM.. 14 Ttvninlg II INN N ttulK .5004y Ilolop. OIl II" ,
..'n.,,, ,,,,.,., C.... $33 'I' d'." Honry C. MorMn Notch, one of 25 unincorporated lilt. M ION AM" f cite *ft tile UK PAICIIV.login ""b .omp ". 5:1 '"N.e 15000 N.. lam twk,,ud tf md 01511 N totttf
1001 II :Hilt PIKI' toilurl M .lHd communities In New div If NtvKtibvm.. *f 'II' SauDI mMriMlltn .. tM I oil II ,. ..55lI ". ,, I Pll soul Rttt wrvtvCtmmonct
joscro C .i'i.L-- N-a right .. w.... IrlllK KMol *'d IMnit. Mtln II atlnnvllM, fMrUt TH* *>. lt<' tl ..fMKtMoM Outrltr .. IMtMrmM 'HI ., '...01 SlId d'J.. .of I...,SaId .. "' 544,5 _,'.
Jolla K. M....... m Nl tr* Hampshire II In a White Mountain Mdt tf *. ..<. wM Mi *MKM t* Hittyrnnt luorMr OIl ..,_ 41155. 15001 .J" NI N.lO.y fro II,.I .
turn. trtrtlc MMtl.MM ,. .. K tKt fMf *f rtlMMg, Mr.mg 50100055 .. m mt Multl 11114 *f Mclltn
NOW } HOMOR HITS vt IlltgH w IM Norm ION *t IM MICMnMPMmlnoton oP SI
I .. NkMII.' 4 Nl III "...., MM- pass near the Canadian md wit if Mid fntttr >''ki'* *ndIK Roadr tMnct rut) NtrlntmMry III M.C..I.. I. lid I. Ittmhit II ItuM, Rmoo M |.
-9I OPIN ':10. SHOW 7:00 I.' ', IM tr I d.... I.,.. Prytr, H.. families live COOl *f poSIh.Ii$0 *f ntlk If M>* tMng Mid Norm los. tt 101* : ... lIl'OIIII Il Sal I point lIPId toot voowrly trim .
III 2 HITS LATE AS :25 ...... Itllurt to .",'.'. IM tf I .....I border. Only four md MM I* IKt MIII'tctWH. *> IKt Mh rMd I twine ot IM toil to II'. 15101 N .I .051.00" 01 0,1,0,5 'tl tMn trnr tl, *f SIlo Inmci of '*'. If MM 5.1-
Joum 3. RicMllt.Ut MIN"N'H _..'.. met dv. WMtr IK* Mntrcct lIDS RarL P5e UIIllffill' 10.1011 050' .. N. M *MrMt
AT 7.00 or I d.... OvoId. KOltMr, OcAltytr .... e"__. P. 0 Mi tU L... tatItr. 110 o, mmct nm Pad .Oil .tool OWN'D .f"U" I 5011 ir "lOll it iMt to .
_.... Ir.",. -... .... .21 _,.'. I fltrtdt. ttvtrlnt 0.. ...._,... tf SbsflN .... N.... Ma Sod 1.. "", II. 10.11lID J. 11001,.Ii 10010105 Is II'
PAT IOONI I- : ImlHl, -J',. Ill. II III" It M here.Egg Nd maN ...Ie". Any Mir**"* sill, .It o. uid .Mlconooy .I Pltmlngltn Rot*. OHS : : *f Int in tool.

I THI HOaa.0 OP IT All "vtllf,' dr,...'. Iktmt, IN tr I dfyliiMMIng Market ..'. I. yw .... you sIll' rtmtM *. IMnr run liuir..lllorly gimtj Ml* 5i5 5 WA''haS" tKtnct '.Umg Ml* turv
IM .r I 1071. Wlllim I twt tor my Mime, rtmtmm, trvtidOIM Norm ".. M laId. rM* to IM Pool 1501 eli IIOH 0 utjK m mgto *f MgrMt W grdKlont -
AT'U i 5, im Nl imi Avt, wotinglr 1311 ...Ir..,. f A 1154 So 15015. *Ntrlti I M4.M tool, sod monct
LON CHANCYWITCHCRAFT = KMtl Nd IM 0* RMCM Hlulllytn MtAIMn MMMtog IM tr I JACKSONVILLE oiKOumrCO ; TM if mo toulKKoll .,.. Ii ll.. OasIs 1-. MOUI ,.,
int. IM-fy 0. *01301. II Nl Ml Northeast Florida Egg Market OtATION tf ... .r utrtor IN to .. a. J. W. 100411130, III. tt dwroM .MVI .mmct ttorm
It. gYlylnf, to* fnl Mr MMHIOM ... n, N. 1.. 305550! I* tf ""'., md.tMl ort tf .... 1151 eNod Wn'l tnd t 'Wo, on* OIl .'I M tttt I* tM

AT *:45 tr MiUttOontM prices to retailers: 601411.' ,...,.. Nor*noil *,. OIl tM MtrlMMutrtor II O" IMO. ir rmliwmg III I -.

Werewolf in a Girls C. WII..., Halos. WM4lng. ,: 45 4-49 mostly O! ; 11m1" 3OOTICS 110 Nl ol lash if mtPIIOIM I ..... J-Tmnnnio |I iium, 0"0 0?, ..:. lau'as. Mot.SIll
",.".. KtMOl in* IM ..11. Lei Wwrmtm. Extra large rod tnr Mkmty' to WocoMMI. lIsa .. Iu.Sbld. J. 0. Iso .
Dorm wlitltr, Mtv,,". M Mild drlyr 434-48 mostly 45-4; medium 000p.CU cOIIIue'o.. *M MtrmiMl gutrtor ttIM lying turn* 'll Mtf M,I M OIl *, laim Psosus
-. M fItrrmgltn. 0I large 1501 1 i.. and CIII.'
Ul : '
ikm tr dtyl 0' ,..S OValS outrtor fH" of NI'AItnd VHM 4. in.. *M* .
Alaclwt. tlty Itruny, ntllHltM II 35-39, mostly 37-3S; small .0.0 "."'fMdlitMAINTINANCI mot girl *f tM NtrlmMyt >*rtor S! tS.ior1' 01.1 "''..* 10 in M.I '''> | lAIIMINf
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QueenLiz The 'Silent Testimony' Against Lee OswaldThis I




Tells I li the seventh In a series The Dallas police gave matches and so on. I Ider an assumed name turnedup were shown to have been fired wald's belongings they found al one of his ribs, as the assas-

of articles by Jack Wilson analyzing wald the paraffin test shortly Furthermore, a rifle with a and handwriting experts: from that gun. small photograph showing him I sin's bullet did, it would have
the Warren Commission after he was arrested the dayof closed breech should not discharge -positively Identified them as being Slugs that killed Patrolman J. standing front of a house and. been flattened more than the

I findings on the death ol PresIdent the assassination. It showed any gas at the breech: his handwriting although; he''D. Tippit presented more of a holding a couple of left wing bullet that was found on the
GoalsLONDON John F. Kennedy.By traces of nitrates on his hand. when It is fired. Even with a used the name Hidell. problem. Oswald was seen to magazines. His wife said later, stretcher. It also would ha V e
JACK WILSON but a similar smear on his right t revolver the test is not conclusive The metal buttplate of the rifle 1-: shoot the policeman four tuna that she had taken the pictureat caused a more extensive woundIn

Cowlei Washington Bureau cheek, which he must have one way or the other had snagged a few fibers ol f with a pistol about threequarters his request, using his, his wrist than he actually-
(AP) Queen Elizabeth WASHINGTON, D.C. MIcroscope -rested against the rifle stock In on. experiment run by the thread which a microscope of an hour after the Pits camera. suffered.

II told Parliament today a nuclear reactor, a when he fired It, showed no tit- FBI after the assassination, the showed were identical to fibersin dent was slain, although Oswald Oswald denied The wound In his back, on the
conneotioa
t that Prime Minister HaroldWilson's tape measure and a great deal paraffin test was given to 17, a shirt Oswald wore the day denied It with the photograph.any He other hand, would have been

/ new Labor government of scientific technology figuredin The pistol was taken from him claimed police had faked It by smaller had tha slug struck
will renatlonallze Britain's steel i the Investigation in which when he was arrested a few pasting hb bead on someone white It was spinning Instead ot
Industry, restore rent control the Warren Commission satisfied the' minutes later, and four cartridge else's body. wobbling.At .
t and open the way for the abolition itself that Lee Harvey Os Kennedy ASsttssI.ttatiion f cases were found near The allegation was not i the start of the investiga
of capital punishment. wald murdered President John very
the scene of the kiUIng Impressive because Mrs. Os-' lion some experts doubted that

r The queen formally opened Kennedy.The ._n ___ ..._.._ ..,,-, The marks left by the killing wald admitted taking the picture such a high powered rifle with

t the Parliament elected Oct. 15 commission emphasizedthis because District Attorney Htnry men who had just fired five' of the murder The marks left by the firing but the commission's investigators a solid bullet could have causedthe
side of the inquiry
! with the first speech from the be Wade, In one of a series of Interviews shots from a .38-caIiber revolver. Other fibers clinging to the pin showed cartridge cases to went tr great shattering wound In the
Oswald didn't live to broughtto
t throne written for her by Wilson trial witnesses could be: in which he discussedthe Eight of them tested nega- rifle were analyzed in a laboratory have been fired from Oswald'spistol. lengths to disprove it yiyway' President's skull.
t and his Cabinet The speech examined.so It essential evidence being accumulated tive, three teated-posi on the and shown to be the same The slugs, however, were This became more Important The scientist stilled an animal

outlined the government's lejIslative cross to prove everything was by the 'against Oswald, said the paraffin Idle hand and negative on the:as those In a blanket which Os- a little too small for the pistol'sbarrel. after the photograph was published skull will gelatin and fired:

program. silent testimony of inanimate' test showed that Oswald had shooting hand, and six tested wald's wife said he had used to in newspapers and magazines ; shots into it. One of them
hand. the rifle. would the passage In struck In a manner very similar
fired a gun. positive on the shooting cover "This cause at least three Instances
In International affairs the objects.There of I The Warren Commission said Trying to bring up traces of Three cartridge cases foundon of a .38-spedal bull It was retouched to to the one that killed the
the were a good many ,
queen promised of the government's United- them. There was a rifle, a pis- this statement might have influenced nitrates from the cheek test, the floor near the window In through the barrel to be erratic .- bring out the outlines more, skull President-was-torn and the side as-Us of the

Nations support and the North Atlantic tol, seven cartridge cases, four, prospective Jurors, if the investigators exposed the which a witness saw Oswald resulting In inconsistent m: clearly, and the retouching I apart,

t alliance and other collective pistol slugs, a rifle bullet, some the case ever had come to trial, cheek paraffin in a nuclear re- holding the rifle an instant aft croscopic markings," the report slightly altered the s ape of the was.One of the most Important
event It wasn't true. actor to Irridate it. er the shots were fired rlfl .
1 to which bits of fiber, a photograph, and and in any were saidOne I pIece of evidence
defense organizations was a motion
test, the commission The theory, which had been Identifed as having been fired ballistics expert said he
other Th. paraffin Photography how-
Britain belongs. She said the some paraffin, among experts picture film taken by Abraham
1 Items. said, showed only that Os- demonstrated earlier, is that from that gun. was certain that one of the ever, were able to show that
would to Zapruder, an amateur
reduce government East-West tensions attempt and The paraffin test was partially wald had nitrate traces on .his any trace elements subjected I to' One rifle slug was found -on slugs had been fired from the the picture could only ha v e rapher. It showed the photog.motor
further 1 successful. Nevertheless, this hand. radiation become radloact I v e'a hospital stretcher used for pistol, and that the other three been taken with Oswald's cam' cade passing the Texas School
i "to encourage disarmament." progress favorite device of mystery story I "The test Is completely unreliable and give off a distinctive radiation -,Gov. John Connally, who was could have been. Other experts era. This was possible because Book Depository from which the
' toward writers was discredited. Any detective In determining whether a of their own, by which shot at the same time as the however, said that while al when a photograph Is tak-. shots fired
were and followedIt
The queen delivered her story reader knows person has recently fired a they can be Identified. In this President. It was comparedwith four could have come from that en the edges of the film are the
speech from the throne In the I and so did the Dallas police de- weapon or whether he has not," case, the test showed nothing.I' slugs fired from Oswald's gun, none could be positively not exposed. The edges showa sination.beyond point of the assas

j House of Lords after driving partment that if you smear,the report said. You can get a The rifle and pistol were traced rifle for test purposes, and Identified with It to the exclusion distinctive line, unique for The FBI
through London In a coach ac warm paraffin on a suspect's positive reaction to the paraffin to two separate mall order found to be identical. of all other pistols. This each camera. established that Zap-

companied by a glittering cavalry hands it win pick up traces of test with any number of chemicals houses, one in Chicago, one In I The mutilated pieces of bul- proved true also with test slugs The Investigators found nideri camera took 18.3 frames
the. second. With this
tobacco clorox, Los Angeles. There the orders lets that the pistol. per fact, plus
escort. gunpowder if he has recently Including were found in the shot from same negatIve of the
I picture showing buildings that showed
fired a pistol or a rifle. urine, cosmetics, kitchen which Oswald had written un,front of the President's car also When police searched Os- up in
Members of the House of Oswald and his guns, and demonstrated the background of the pictures,

Commons, summoned will h that it could only agents were able to establish
great ceremony, stood around Ins i have been taken with his own how fast the motorcade was

the edges of the chamber as the King 'WriteIn'Campaign I I LBJWins Negro camera. moving-11 miles per hour i

queen spoke. I One of the shots that struck'resident and approximately how m u c h
K e one dy passed time elapsed between the first
In a key passage she said: i through his neck and then, the and the last shots.

"My government will Initiate Denied Capitol ii Mock Election'JACKSON commission believed, through They could tell precisely how1
re-establish the
early action to i
Governor
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Connally'i body and the President was from the
I necessary public ownership of I through his wrist, lodging In the assassin: He was 265.3 feet t
J the Iron and steel Industry." WASHINGTON (APThe telling "all Negro voters". WASHINGTON (AP) A I Miss. (AP) party said about 57,000 ballots skin of his leg. It was this slug from the rifleman when he was

This policy Is expected to Republican National Committeehas "We' can vote for Dr. King for State Department spokesman Negro leaders said the total were cast In the 59 counties apparently, which dropped out shot in the head. The three;

J touch off a major parliamentarybattle. disclaimed any knowledgeof president. A write-In vote for denied Monday that the United vote was limited by "terrorism"but Included in the four-day effort while he lay on the stretcher shots were fired In a time

a campaign to write In Dr. Dr. King shows that Negroesare States and the Soviet Union that President Johnson wona II- 25,000 less than the total re- Investigators fired Identical rlod ranging!! from 4.S seconds t

Wilson's government has only Martin Luther King Jr. for pres- united. It will prove that have agreed to negotiations big victory in their mock election ported in a previous mock elec shots from the killer's rifle, 7 seconds, the variation dependIng -
i dwit. Negroes will vote for the greatest over the Soviet Union's refusal in Mississippi.The .
which the three shots
tion.The using pieces of meat to simulate on of ]
Cornmono.I The Negro Integration leader Negro In America for presi to pay United Nations peace- Freedom Democratic landslide victory wa the President's neck. missed.

Conservatives and the small ,repudiated the drive Monday, dent"The keeping assessments. expected for President Johnson The firing distance was 180 And finally, tests with th
I Liberal party oppose nationalization telling a news conference in leaflets bore the name of But press officer Robert J. and other candidates backed by; feet, the distance the bullet rifle showed that Oswald ., IIul'
of the steel Industry. 'Atlanta "I am willing to risk a the Committee for Negroes In I McCloskey said the Unite i d Innocent the FDP, which has no legal I traveled before it struck him. have got off three shots In th (

Clement, Attlees Labor government guess that It was supporters of government of Louisville, Ky. States Is willing to listen to any standing in Mississippi.The They found that the slug lost allotted time.
t took the steel Industry Son Goldwatcr who contrivedthis In Washington, John M. Bail- suggestions the Soviets may Plea by Pius reverse was predicted for Just enough velocity in pens- NEXT: Why did Jack Ruby]

under state control In 1951 after venomous act." ey, the Democratic national have on the matter. today's real election. rating the meat so that it wobbled kill Oswald
nationalizing the coal, gas and "This is a cruel and vicious chairman, said the leaflets rep-I U.S. officials are preparing In Assault Republicans, backed by conservative sideways when it struck

I electric power industries, the attempt to confuse Negro voters resented a "desperate last- for a fight in the United Nations, "Democrats for Gold another piece of meat simulating -'
railways, the airlines and the and nullify their votes," said minute effort by Goldwater over whether the Soviet Union, Randolph Pitts, 23 T year-old water" figured the state would Connally'i back. It tore a Electrical
t Bank of England. King. "I am not a candidate. supporters to get Negroes to should be denied its vote In the'I'Negro charged with the rape of vote GOP for the first time In hole remarkably similar \to Can-I
Other nationalization meant Please do not write In my waste their votes" General Assembly under a provision an 18 year-old Gainesville I I its history and give Barry Gold.I nally's wounds.

l ures of the Attlee regime continue name." In Trenton N.J., Atty. Gen In the U.N. Charter I white girl Sept. S, pleaded inno- water a big majority. Connally believes he was OUTLETS ADDED

( In force, but the steel Industry In Washington, a spokesman Arthur J. Sills,. a Democrat, ,which says countries more than cent before Circuit Judge J. C. A big factor in Goldwater'i struck by a separate bullet, not C Reslde"'iol CemmtiInduitntt .
went back into private for the Republican National said he was investigating aprlnter'l two years behind la paying Adklns Jr. Monday. Mississippi appeal was his vote one of the two that hit Mr. Ken- e < 1
1
I hands after the Conservative Committee aald. "We know statement that an obligations should lose their Trial date was set Dec. 15. against the Civil Rights Act nedy. The scientists, however, CALL ,
nothing about It The Republican official of the Republican Na- assembly votes.WASHINGTON. FDP said
An satisfied
spokesman
party won the 1951 election. Gene Whitworth, Ca.nesville; themselves that if this C. P. Dressle
National Committee has no tional Committee had ordered Goldwater and others the had been
The said the Wilson on true the slug would t
Is Pitts'
queen court
APTh attorney ap Electrical Contractor
( )
"
of tile leaflet.
of this. 14 million copies
knowledge mock election ballot with him have had a somewhat
will "restore con higher
defender. Ass!. State
government has pointed
Federal Aviation Agency Phon. FR 6-6193
assistant
Edwards
What drew the GOP disclaimer But Lee "drew only a handful of votes" velocity.
trol of rents" and added, "They David Anderson
for Increased Atty. appearedfor
signed an agreement 910 N.W. 4th St.
of the Republican
and the King repudiationwere press secretary among unregistered Negroes, Accordingly when it struck
will establish as rapidly as possible cooperation in air safety the state in Monday's proceeding
lands commissionwith leaflets, first reported on committee, said: "We cer- who cannot vote In the real
a crown the West Coast Sunday night by tainly have no knowledge\ of it. : efforts with the six-nation election. Woodweave
wide powers to "acquire Democratic party officials We didn't order the leaflets" European Organization for the Pitts also faces'charges .f FDP headquarters here was
land for the community. Safety of Air Navigation escape and auto theft Prose-
, swamped with poll reports,
This measure, Labor ministers EUROCONTROL. cution of these counts apparently REDWOOD
and the exact
said
have said. Is designed to Children ElectionTo EUROCONTROL has head will be suspended until after officials ,
Holding count was not expected for
check land speculation and to o quarters at Brussels, and consists the trial.
put land to the best use. A par- of representatives from the Rape Is a capital crime In some time. the Prefabricated fence
addition to
In protesting
liamentary fight Is expected on Book France West Florida.
Pick Favorite United Kingdom number of Negroes who cannot, Factory Stained
i that also. Germany, Belgium, the Nether the mock election als
vote
Birds south for the ,
and Luxembourg. going
t Gainesville children will\ getchance be set up for the "election," lands aimed at laying the basis for a

' Rebels Plan I to cast their ballot which la being held In connection WASHINGTON (AP Air winter often atop for rest and challenge to the Democratic
1 with Children's Book Week refreshment the Audubon the state' -
his week Just like the "grown- Force Brig. Gen. David M. atop party credentials of r

ups" but they'll be voting for Nov. 1.7.Results. Jones a participant In the famous House In midtown Manhattan. congressional_ delegation.
To Hold 60 their favorite book instead of of this election aren't World War II Doolittle raidon H -- ;

the candidate of their choice. expected to be forthcoming as Japan, has been selected to
The city library, 429 E. University quickly as the "grown-ups' help Iron out problems In the ECONOMASTERPORTABLE

Americans Ave, invites all children -will, but library workers said Gemini and Apollo space programs -
! to vote for their favorite they will announce the winning and to work on plans for SPACE HEATERTHE ,

1 LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo book at the library. Special books as soon as they are advanced manned missions In
(AP) An intercepted radio ballots and a voting booth will known. space.
LARGEST SELLING HEATERIN
message says Congolese rebels The library Is open from 10 The National Aeronautics and r
will\ hold the 60 Americans and ControversialFilm a.m. E p.m., Monday Tues-' Space Administration said AMERICA BECAUSE IT'S

about 100 Belgians In the Stan day, Thursday and Friday and Jones would take office Dec. 15 THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY. 1il.

leyville area until the U.S. and Won't from 10 a.m. S p.m. Wednesday -as a deputy associate administrator il.
Belgian governments halt military and Saturday. for manned apace flight.
aid to Premier Noise He Ruled On -- IAeWrOs/L.mMr, ) MODEL D Durable, knot-free redwood.

I Tshombe's The radio Congo message government.said the TALLAHASSEE (AP) The Good a.w. l 161/1"1250 high Watt- Factory woven, permanently rigid, metal ;",

f Americans and Belgians have Florida Public Utilities Commission 13 '/ wide bound corners.
I been placed under house arrest said Monday it doesn't In- Asthma & Hay Fever Sufferers 7t/ d.., Same beauty on both sides.

t by the rebels, who have pro. tend to rule on whether a movie Report Relief in Minutes MORE HEATFASTER Easily Installed in factory pre-grooved 4x.4
claimed: Stanleyville capital ol called "The Welfare State" Is posts.

their Communist-backed "Con political :ae.ukabl. Doetow'. Formal Hlta Hn.*mlf. P
S AT LOWER COST 8-f r. widths, 5 and 6-f t. heights.
. golese People's Republic. Distributed by two Tampa Clean CoBfMtloa Wttheat Drag or Xo>.tioM
The message was sent Oct 29 Bay area utility firms, the film Amulnf kr 3ft. wide gates to match.
I Mowy t plntorT
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new film and then said they had no
and five members of the staffof authority to term It political. CHROME PLATED STEEL REFLECTOR : to erect All you hays to
the U.s. consulate In Stanley said It had nothing to do ir 1 !
They
ELIMINATING HOT SPOTS. holes.
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.
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MJ in federal taxes life, Dr. Maynard M. Mil
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I last month, Laurie W. Tomlin- ler, professor geology
Ion, district director of Internal State. "Mountains are .
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nc 6' . . $14.35 ELi 3
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I II I BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) When Tulane released its 1965 Top it _

I The Southeastern Conference and 1966 schedules last week it
probably win ask Tulane University was noted that only three SEC
of New Orleans to resign teams were on the 18 Bat In BackfieldSidelined }y- y

or disassociate itself from the addition to former SEC member
league when It meets In Atlanta Georgia Tech.
eat, .t in .;t. :
In January, the Birmingham Tulane has not won a league Li
Post-Herald said In today'i; game since 1961, and has lost 24 GRAHAM McKEEL

editions.In of Its last 26 outings.GHS works at fullback By JOE HALBERSTEIV

a story by sports editor Bill SUB Sports' Editor
Lumpkin, the newspaper said Any mon injuries on theGator .
the action probably will be taken PKY Rebs football squad and _

because Tulane does not) Coach Ray Graves will be askng -
Hov, 3. 1,64 Pe. R meet the requirement of a mini IT president Dr. J. Wayne _
mum of six SEC games on Its telU to build a new practice
1966 football schedule. in Drills field next door to the J. Hillls

Tulane meets the specification Sharp Miller Medical Center.

for 1965. Monday, sophomore quarterback -
UF PassDefense Article 10 of the SEC by-laws Gainesville High School whipped Gutierres said the Wave would Steve Spurrier went to a

says "Each member instutitlon through a good practice pick up more "player depth next dentist for removal of a toothor ,
must schedule a minimum of Monday as the 'Canes continued week with addition of several two. This marked 100 percent ,
six conference football games work for Friday's game herewith B-teimers. The Wave B team loss of the entire nominal jStrategy
each year." Daytona Beach Mainland play Its final game today and starting backfield due to hurts
SEC Commissioner BernIe Coach Jim Niblack said InJured has a 3-1-1 record at present I And It seems to be going
Moore said he would have no halfback Brian Hipp maybe I Santa Fe coach Charles Roberts deeper. Fullback John F el 1 bet

comment. able to play against the pronounced his Monday has re-Injured his rib cage ands
Is Best Tulane Athletic Director Rug Bucs. i workout as a fine one. "It wss doubtful for Saturday's game
Yard said of the Post-Herald
Niblack said the win over a real good practice and we with Georgia.
story: "I know of no official[ Boone last week has revived should be ready for our Home-

BIRMINGHAM Ala )AP) -' word from SEC Commissioner Cane morale considerably. GHS coming Friday night with Mac- McKeel 1 At Fullback For tutors
Bernie Moore or President Since team captain Larry Du
Southeastern Conference's load clenny
will carry a 3-3 mark into the
Ralph B. Draughon of Auburn. pree also Is hobbling with a toe
ing ground gainer, passer and ""Tulane's position regarding fray with Mainland which is (-1 Record and ankle ailm nt. Graves Is Vince DiKitey, joiing Georgia: head football conch who has the Bulldogs far
receiver belong to 3-1- and lost its first last
Kentucky.But remaining in the conference Is game The Rebels, leading the Key using sophomore Graham Mo alone expectation with a 4-2.1 record to date and 3-1 In Southeastern' Confer.
the latter two depart- the same today as It was last week to Palatka, 19-0. stone Conference, will carry a Keel at the position In practice erne play, map strategy for thl week' game with Florida In the later Howl.

ments are the only ones that week. I know of no plans for Giffln Improves 6-1 overall record Into the bat- Graves said he wanted to holdout at Jacksonville( The 3turM: mentor hail won the hearts of Georgia; fans In

show up In SEC team statistics Tulane's withdrawal from the Niblack said halfback Al Gif- tle. McKeel this season.! Circumstances less than t a season.Irish.

1 The Wildcats lead the league in conference fin has "learned how to run" Roberts said safety man Bo may force his use Saturday __ __ _ __ ____ ._ _(c"> Wlr l< lt I* IX* lu l

passing offense with an average and was a tremendous) performer Westmoreland, offensive end though.By .
of 152.S yards-per-game. against Boone last week. He Charles Davis, offensive tackle
In the Gator
Hall of Fame said fullback Eugene Branch, Charles Kersey, offensive Bowl against gametime the resurgtng Bull- Lead Poll/
Kentucky quarterback Rick another fine runner In the 19-14 guard center Jimmy Cole and
dogs, halfback Alan Poe will be
Norton Is the top SEC passer,, win, has a bruised leg but halfback Doyle S Ikes were
completing 69 of 140 for 963 Display Set should be ready for Friday's standouts In Monday's practice ready, definitely I

yards and seven touchdowns. encounter.At Starke coach David Hurse Spurrier should be able tolay

End Rick Kestner has hauledIn This Week P. K. Yonge, Coach Mike said the Tornadoes will 1 limit but Graves returned senor Gators Now Ninth'

28 passes for 414 stripes and Gutierrex said the Wave worked contact work to prepare for Tom Shannon to quarterback -
on offense to familiarize new Homecoming with Fernandina on offense Monday and
four touchdowns.The .
JACKSONVILLE (AP) -tro-, quarterback Steve T u t tie. The Beach this week. plans to continue to use the By MURRAY; CII\SS first-place[ votes and 460 points) The next four teams In last
league's best rusher Is phies and mementoes of athletes shoulder Injury to Tom Dobson Hurse said the entire Tornado southpaw at the post. Associated Press Sports Writer In the weekly poll of spurtswrlt- week's rankings held their positions

Kentucky halfback Rodger Bird. in the Florida Sports Hall. Is expected to sideline him two backfield and both ends are Jordan h Notre Dame, assured of Its ers and sportscasters. The Alabama third, Arkansas
with a 5.7 average on 480 yardsin of Fame will be on display this, weeks. Tuttle filled In capably battered from the rugged game from Jimmy who, s o p o more well first winning seawn since 195S, Buckeyes, also 6-0, received 11 fourth, Nebraska fifth and Texas

84 carries. weekend in the lobby of the! last week as a PKY spilled I with Live Oak. I against Tampa Auburn last ran week, con- stormed to the top of The Associated votes for the top spot and 424 sixth. Oregon, No. 7 last
Jacksonville Coliseum. Admiral Farragut, n.o."We're The Tornadoes will carry a .
The combined offense leadership issues to be worked Into the offensive Press major college football points over-all. week, dropped from the Top
The Coliseum located adjacent working Marell Tyre 5-0-1 mark Into the clash with poll today, gaining a narrow Notre Dame moved to the Ten as a result of Its 10-1 loss to
Is held by Ole Miss signal:, to the Cator Bowl, has beer I behind Tuttle," Cutlers said the Pirates who have lost onlyto alignmentJack margin over Ohio State, front with a surprisingly easy! Stanford.
who has
caller Jim Weatherly, home f Otherwise PKY is Injury free. Santa Fe this season. who
designated permanent o Harper, Injured a leader for the previous two 400 triumph over Navy last
1OOS yards. the Florida Sports Hall of Fame knee three weeks ago against' weeks. Saturday, At the same time, Georgia' Tech climbed from

I Team statistics show Alabama I a project of the Florida Sport South Carolina, was In s weal I The revitalized Inch, unbeaten Ohio Stale had trouble outlast! eighth to seventh, Louisiana s
tope In total offense with an average -Writers Association."We I clothes Monday, his first day of in six games, drew 29 of U log Iowa 2119. State ninth to eighth and FlnrU I.
HamperSmvannee
of 3291 yards a game. have a fine collection Injuries light work since the mishap. He da 10th to ninth. Purdue took

.The Tide Is averaging 1911 and more are coming In sisal likely will not be ready for lull over the No. 10 spot

yards a game on the ground and along," said Jack Harlston duty until the Florida State The Irish have four games togo
1361 In the air. Jacksonville Journal sports edl Teams game on Nov 21. Starke's Warren In their bid for their first

Auburn's Tigers top the SEC tor and 1964 president of the Pettee, Thomas Back unbeaten season since 1933 and

In total defense, allowing seven FSWA. "We love to have sports' On the better side of It, line- their first unbeaten, untied year
foes only an average of 150 fans drop by and look at these Injuries, some of them seri nvernesi last week but hai h I backer Roger Pettee and end Lineman of Week since 1949 when they last won

yards. The Tigers have given up articles" anytime the Coliseum Is/ous, are making their presence beaten better opposition earlier Cary Thomas are in full gear the national championship.

an average of 75 J rushing yards open. hand felt among the leading teams inboth In the season. Pettee missed the Auburn game Coming dramatically to life

and 74.4 via aerials. I Among baseball the articles bat used on by former divisions of the Suwannee Williston, once beaten and entirely. Thomas broke a hand Jeff Warren, a 188 pound of only nine points In a I xgames. under Coach Ara Psrseghlan
are a I
In of
three weeks extended
Florida leads In pass defense, Cleveland slugger Al Rosen Conference race. ,once lied, wants to make up this ago practice. senior linebacker, played his after an Dame period has
giving six opponents an average baseball autographed by week for last years loss to Inverness Graves had high praise for position like It should be played mediocrity, Notre
a the unbeaten Mention for the first
Lake Butler, only Special won alx
60.7 yards. famer Paul and should have little end Lynn Matthews and back last Friday night In Slarke'aaupriaingiy I games
of
hall
baseball untied team In the loop Earning special mention were time since 1951 when Its final
Alabama Is the highest scorer, three-wood used by trouble doing so, Inverness ordan. Matthew de'e n live ; easy 26 3 win over ,
Waner, a worked out In aborts Mondaybut Gainesville tackle Data Turling .record was 6-4. The Irish will
bounced the Red Devils 12 6 last
averaging 24 4 points per game, the 19K, lay was outstanding while Live Oak. '
Julius Boros in winning due to down to serious 'I ton Wllllstnn tackle Stevens make their seventh
was get Danny and Pitt
try
State I Is the but that was before coach earned him
while Louisiana of Florida AiM : ,year ordan's promise at a run ner i His performance
U.S. Open, a copy preparations today for thisweek'i and Santa Fe linebacker victim this Saturday at Pitts
stingiest, giving up only an av- Coach Jake Gaither'splaque Sammy Miller, Doug Mitchell,, 'aught everyone's eye. ;Lineman of the Week" honors
with
game Jennings. ,Bobo Griffin and Into Frank Taylor burgh. Michigan Slate, Iowa
crew came -
erage of 4 S points. I as Samfl College Football Ends Rusty Wade and Larry Graves said he anticipates the by> the Sun. land Southern California followon
their own at Wllllston. Turlington registered six IndIvidual -
Coach of the Year, a racIng Clyatt are both on the Injury usual wild, free scoring game "Jeff played an outstanding the schedule.
tackles ambits
and five
'Canes Worry helmet formerly worn by the, list, however, and half The Riverland Confere nee with Georgia. "It should be one gains, as he has all season! Fine Combine
he led the Gainesville defense
late Fireball Roberts, and a back Tommy Thomas Is comlainlng six man race will head toward of those three touchdown to two said his coach, David Hurse. as The Irlih have moved to the
In a U 14 victory over
Over Tulane driver used by the late Babe of a shoulder ailment next week's expected hinge," he said. I Time after time Warren broke Orlando ROOM I lead of the nation's major colrge -
In winning the 54 showdown between Hawthorneand through to stop opposing runners -
Zaharlas
has lost to Ala- behind the record-
I Clyatt and Wade, two big reasons Bronson. Georgia only and preserve the Starke Stevens, a rugged/ / 191 pound teams
MIAMI (API -University of''Open, ama and Florida State, teamschose breaking passing' combination of
the Tigers are 7-0 to date field with er, blocked a punt and stood
goal
be Only a
More people are likely to The Hornets tied with the victory
!
Miami football Coach Charley collective records are 13- John Huarta and
might be ready by the end ofthe In the out on both offense and defenseIn quarterback
seconds remaining
Tate says "Tulane will pose us voted In the HaU of Fame during week, according to Lake Eagles on S-l records, play al 1.0 to date. The Bulldogs played two Uve Oak on the Wllll ton'l 2* 0.. win, over I end Jack Snow, neither of whom
some real defensive problems, the next month. There are Butler coach Jim Daniel Thorn-Melrose Friday night and can a I lack-luster 7-7 tie with South) Scoreboard.game put Newberry, He led the defense did anything outstanding Jail
currently 21 honorees. move ahead with a victory Carolina team the Gat o r swhipped
Friday night. a .
IS should be back In top form team's captain that held Newberry to minus seannn.
the
The Hurricanes, fresh from by Wednesday.The I' Bronson i is idle this week.: 370. But the past Warren, behind eight yards rushing "The ability was there, of
their first victory In 10 games, Picks ClayPHILADELPHIA Another game will send Cedar three weeks have produced sterng has been the guiding Tornado light/ defense -- Taylor played his usual hard- course," said Parseghlan, "but

I worked hard on the field Mon- Tigers' passing game Key to Taylor High In Pier. efforts from Coach Vince the rugged total hitting game for Santa Ft, registering they never were able to dlstuv

> day preparing for the Orange (AP) -Joe was expected to be stressed In son with the Sharks favored. Dooley's' team and H figures as -- -...that-has allowed- ---a--. I numerous tackles In a gulsh themselves.
i Bowl game with the Greenies. FrazIer, 1964 Olympic heavyweight today's practice as Daniel Indicated toughs game as any the Gators defensive struggle He wee the Top Ten teams with first

Tate predicted the Tulane boxing champion, plr.ltedworld I he may expect seme Tom Elfe's have played to dat!. FSU Drill key man In holding Orange points on a 11).1 I basis:
determined Jennings
backfield Is "bound to give us heavyweight champ Cassius -, trouble from a Option-Play<
lots of trouble.They win give us Clay to defeat Sonny Union, eleven. 520 Leads The Caters, once more, will For HoiittonTALLAHASSEE Gaining honorable mention I 2. Ohio State (11) 424
a thorough! test" in their return bout this monthin Bears LM Lacier have to defend against a fine were Slarke linebacker I e v e .. Alabama ((7 384

Tate moved John Matlock Boston. And at Cross City defens 1 *e Tom Elft of University Meth- running quarterback, a specialit \. (AP-A) brief TIlley and tackle Tommy Thomas 4. Arkansas ((1) 310S.
from defensive end to a linebacker "Clay Is In better physical I halfback John Lanier was declared on the option pi a y. That workout and of two North Martin Inkle Roger Nebrsxka 25.
He also! expected to shape," Frazier told the Touch- lost for the season Monday odist paced the Gainesville would be Preston Rid I lehuber. awards presentation the highlights Wood and end Tookle I. Texas 171

pick up strength from Andy Six down Club's weekly luncheon I following a back Injury received Church League Monday night Georgia has platoon quarterbacks weekly of Florida were State's football Prultt. Gainesville tackle Pete 7. Georgia Tech mLa

killer as corner back and Bruce Monday. "You know, it's tough I In Friday night's IM with a 520 aeries. He rolled 169- with Lynn Hughes the Monday. Enwall and guard Richard Prl-', I, Slate M

Bronkos. middle guard, both out to beat a guy who came up from I romp over Keystone Heights. 73-171. lother signal caller, He's the squad The practice workout was to loosen mo and P K, Yonge guard t, Florida M
of the Detroit game with InJu- the Golden Cloves and went on I better I Purdue IS
to win in the Olympics" "We will definitely miss Lanier Bob Caldwell, first Methodist paster aches and pains left over from, Steve Twedell. 1 10.
ries. because he's been one ol' had ill; Frank Martin, Dooley emphasized defense Saturday's 2.t. rout of Southern
I
lour outstanding defensive play.era First Methodist, 115; James and the kicking game at the MUslsalppI FSU plays at the

this season," commentedBear Well, Advent Christian, SM, start of the season until Ceo University of Houston this Satur What Is Your
GET ALL THE HEAT coach AI Parris. Frank Warner Highlands Presbyterian gia's offense could catch op. day.
503; Horace Wens,Advent Twenty six lettermen returned I Dick Hermann of Marlanna
Tackle Warren O'Steen, out this season, forming a ASSET?
Christian, 602; and Harvey was !named the winner of the GREATEST
with foot Injury for the sec solid base for rebuilding the
YOUR FUEL CAN GIVE ond straight a week will likely Thomas, Advent Christian, &//10.' Bulldog Savage award which goes, to thbest e
defensive player.Jack
miss this week's encounter with Jack Morgan, Highlands, had
Newberry said Parris. And another a 202 beat gam*. Highlands No. Edwards of Tampa WIInamed
I rolled Coachc Head the winner of the Tomahawk -
tackle Homer Melgaard K71010-K1 2608.FInt
Amazing Chimney Sweep Ends dependable middle man for Methodist No. 1 bad a 1925 awarded to the beat blocker .
a
Heating Problems Automatically! I'the Bea ,'. defensive unit this top game. Splits were made by QB Club Meet of the week. Herman and Ed-

: :season. Is slowed with a slight/ Horace Wells M; Steed Rourv wards both won their respectiveawards

Injury, also. tree, First Baptist "7Dud It wlfl be "Coaches Night" for, once for this.season..

End heat waste In Oil-bum ley Gerald Advent Christian. the weekly Gainesville Quarterback .I
units by lust pouring "We are expecting Newberry J-10; David Morstto, Advent Club meeting tonight at! tried
Chimney ing Sweep into your CHI to give os a real go for the Christian W; DIck Guenther, the Gainesville j Golf and Country Have you

fuel tank. Provides a fast, EEP money Friday night and these First M.wdist Ml; and Club. a KingEdward
automatic "tune-up'. injuries will Certainly dip Into" Clark Powell First Methodist, Coach Ray Graves will head f -
our already depleted reserves, $7. the program and win be assisted I for nMt men, k's their abffiry: to tire an kmae.
Liquid for oil or kerosene said Parris.In by member of his staff. ? I Think for a ".. /IIIt. wM would kappas V ttam or
furnaces or heaten. other conference There will be a talk on yet injury .iopp pre-game
practices once beaten North Captures IlaccMELBOURNE specialized portions of the IT would rt be before all your au eta would disappear la
offense and defense. Graves overwhelming debit
1.39 PT a1seM Marion polished up ready Ita ground for Australia win sum up the Auburn game You can protect yourself iplmt tenth a ffcandrfu'turophe

game today getting Bulldogs! beat the (AP)-Polo Prince, a (-year. and there will be I scouting report wek Income loutaaca. Wit' act J** ?*
Tavares. The old from New Zealand ridden right away for tofaaaufm+ on time viol oatf
-14. Coach on Georgia
Colts last year by R Taylor, won' the 104th rating
of the Auburn contest pvolatuoel
I I Sun Tool said the Colts want Films\
...aa aeaar this week. of !the M.OOO Melbourne wm be shown
EflIRD revenge
Cup today. HOWARD HALL
IWbts Vs. Treaty
Duke and Tech began Former All America tackle
Chiefland. a 21-7 victim el Georgia ere
i Ha'lfmrZM1fI North Mamma last week appears their football rivalry It I Scott Appfcio" of Texas Is an AGENCY 5?

ready to bounce back 133. Prior to their 1X4 pins i end :id a middle linebacker ea.ur e. Maens. *&*
M fREE sWWNG ONTOteR LOT against a off agaia ..- Oct 31)) they each woo L' for SMnmJ ,aulla', HousleaOilers. s. sr ,s'.4. ", 6CS N.Q 1st ST. TlL.l.J4"U

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w AP The Stadium. Monday In U.S, District Court in half a million dollars
( ) ;County
Unbeaten Season r "unwel ,Milwaukee, and made public at Rep. Henry Keuss D-Wls,
Braves checked The Braves said an
by a temporary Baseball CommissionerFord
asked
A, the Braves' offices in Chicago.
restraining order in attempts I come, antibaseball atmospherewas In related developments: Frick to "take the leader
& (In Milwaukee)
developed
.. to move to Atlanta, have ship" In presenting to a special
Looming Bright claimed In a court reply that as a result of reckless, Irrespon-leaden Big Loss meeting of major league owners

A\ Milwaukee County broke an sible statements" by county John McHale, the Braves' this week a three-point! plan for

agreement that requires the and others. president and general manager, expansion of baseball by next

National League baseball teamto The Braves' arguments were said the club's 1964 tax return season, for a player draft and

I C Prospects of an undefeated football season loomed brighter Iv play its 1965 home games in contained In an answer filed will show a loss estimated at for pooling television revenue.

1 thin put weekend as Starke'i Tornadoes made a difficult And Milwaukee County Board

h task look extremely easy. Chairman Eugene Grobschmiji

I It was like taking candy from a baby when Coach David I Yanks' Sale CBS Gets discussed possible antitrust
Murie'i forces journeyed over b Live Oak to battle a fierce ( to developments in a letter with

team of Bulldogs. They returned home with a 5-0-1 slate. A Rep. Emanuel Celler, D-Nv
t Live Oak had a 5-1 record, an outstanding back In Johnny son chairman of a House judiciary

I Hurst and was rated ai one of the state'i strongest Class A subcommittee.
1 outfits. And even more It was homecoming. OK; Ford Awaits SurgeryMIKE Tie Braves said In their! court

J But the Tornadoes were unruffled aa they defied the odds reply that while the rental contract

t and rapped the Bulldogs squarely on the chin, 21-3. Only a wind for County Stadium runs
RATHET with only a terse, 54- ed that Berra might up reuniting
field goal by Hurst with two seconds left la the game averteda Monday with through Dec. 31, 1965, there was
shutout t"sX Associated Press Sports Writer word statement confirming the Manager Casey "an implied covenant that the
Hurse how NEW YORK (AP-The New transaction that brought co- Stengel of the New York Mets would
explained a thorough scouting Job paid off big County of Milwaukee not
for Starke. It went like this: \ York Yankees have pissed Into owners Dan Topping and Del by serving as a coach under the Interfere with, obstruct or frustrate .

"We knew of their aIrish's the hands of CBS, Yogi Berra Webb 11.2 million for 80 per former Yankee field boss..
I one aafety men, Hurst, had a habit of $ the Braves' enjoyment of
coming up trying to get the runner. So we decided to try Golden Boy has put his contract in the cent of the club. The rumors were given added the lease."
to behind him." hands of the Yankees and Whi- Impetus by the disclosure that that Crobschmidt
pass Quarterback John Huarte There had been speculationthat Thye argue ,
.' one of the main
I cogs tey Ford has put his shoulder in Berra'a contract has a clause
"in malicious of
disregard such
I !in Notre Dame'i 6-0-0 record to date and No. 1 the transaction might bring
the hands of he is free to break
-Three TouchdownsThis ranking In this week's Associated Press poll, la surgeons. about an antitrust suit! The stipulating covenant, broadcast public
The much-discussed much- the contract If he wants to.
has ac- statements implying that per.
I shown en route to class on the South Bend campus.In Justice Department
Is exactly what quarterback Phil Elder did, and It resulted background is famed Golden Dome of the school. criticized purchase of the Yankees knowledged that it is investigating The president of the Mets, .sons of responsibility in theBraves'
In three touchdowns. UP WlrwlMlo t. tin Sun) by CBS became official the sale but has given no George Weiss announced last management were

) Hurse elaborated: "We threw over Hurst twice on the right Indication as to its ultimate 'week that he had conferred with !deliberately trying to "have the

I ) side, and then they moved him to left safety and we threw decision. Berra about joining the National Braves not win games.

over him again." Legless Youth Fine League club Weiss said Berra, I Moves Family
Starke also got good mileage out of Its unusual "knuckle- Play fs Topping Stays who Is on a golfing vacation In The club also said that Me-

ball" kickoff which la a glorified version of the onsides kick. Under the terms of the deal, Pinehurst, N.C., had asked for ,Hale had moved his family from

The ball Is placed sideways, and the kicker boots It on the Topping remains president of time to consider the offer. their suburban home after "fla

j aide, making It twist and turn and lard to corral by the Game as Grid Line backer the Yankeea'with a five-year grant, open and notorious public
receivers. contract while Ralph Houk, who To Undergo Surgery lositility to this defendant en-

I. The kick gets more yardage than the onsides variety, and was raised to vice president Ford, the 36-year-old ace left gendered by this (county's)

I Is equally as hard to handle. BARRACKVILLE, W. Va. and joined It with an artificial Jack started as a defensive also will continue as general hander who lost the opening attitude."

Hurse was pleased with the overall play against Live Oak, (AP) Jack Rice Is an average rubber foot. guard but now Is a linebacker manager game of the World Series and I The Braves said that by

both on offense and defense. teen.ager except for one thing Each limb has only one joint, Coach Nathan Crezenzi Berra who was not allowed did not pitch again, finished 'these various breaches, the

f l Elder'i passes and fullback Mickey Agner'a darting runs he plays football with artifI- at the arch of the foot. The artificial Jack Is a "hard-nosed smart aays to continue as manager and hospital tests on his ailing left County of Milwaukee deprivedthe

kept the offense going, while linebackers! Jeff Warren and cial legs limbs are lined with rub player, extremely popular with was replaced by Johnny Keane, shoulder and will undergo an Braves of its lawful rights

Steve Tllley and tackle Tommy Thomas spearheaded the de- ber socks. Regular size eight its teammates signed a two-year contract with operation in Houston next weekto and relieved it from any further
Jack 16 lost his "
,
legs just I Yankees to as a correct a condition diagnosedas performance under the lease
fense. shoes fit over the artificial feet. An A and B student he the serve special
hopes
below the knees seven "
years ago "an arterial blockage. Grobschmldt and other county
I "They don't bother me a bit, field consultantHowever
to attend college next and
when he year
was run over by a Gulf, comment.If .
officials declined
-Only Nine PointsThat's Mobile & Ohio Railroad freight Jack says, "I'm just not quiteas take a pre-medical course. rumors still persist- Surgery was recommendedafter
,
1 fast as some of the other Ford's left arm was exam-
rain near Nilwood, III. Despite
: the defense that held both powerful Santa Fe and that, he has been a regular on guys" ined for five days by a team of Nature "Clothed"You

,c Palatka scoreless earlier In the season. Its given up only the Barrackvllle High School Jack said when he first tried Vols: Continue specialists. Like This .
out for the team "I heard
nine points In six games, six to Jacksonville Bishop Kenny football team for three seasons. pea Ford's future, however, remained You Wouldn't Need
pie a few times that I
say
and three to Live Oak. clouded. The full extentof
1 Hurse was confident he had the material before the season A Circuit Court jury in Chicago couldn't' play. his troubles won't be known I FUEL OIL!

1 started, but he was concerned with the team depth. awarded Jack $115,000 Mon "But I didn't pay any attention Drills for Tech until the surgeons have their
day In I didn't what I
C "We !have bad crippling Injuries the past few years, and a personal-injury suit said.- care they look. If the doctors do not haveto
against the railroad.
t I didn't know If we had the depth to stand that this year," : cut muscle to correct the
1 "All life I've wanted to
I
I he said. "We still don't have the depth, and we must stay I Jack moved with his family to play football.my By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "It" foolish for us to consider ailment, the operation could be

t healthy the rest of the way." this northern West Virginia The Tennessee Vols have entered Kentucky In any other light," relatively simple.Matthews.
A couple more toughies are on tap the next two week coal-mining community three
their second week of prac- Green said. "It will take an effort -
ends. Like once-beaten Fernandina Beach at home and once- years ago. He i the son of Mr. Is
WittenbergStill tice for their coming battle Saturday of proportions equalling
tied Lake City on the road. and Mrs. Rice
George who also I
1 with unbeaten Georgia that we showed against Ole
have five daughters Leads Tech. Miss for us to stay on the field LincnlUnJACKSONVILLE
Top
.: I -Looked Like QB After the accident, doctors Coach Doug Dickey put his with Kentucky."
fitted Jack with Southeastern Conference team But people are not so well
a plastic sleeve 'Small' Poll
? I You never would have known that Steve Tuttle wasn't the just below each knee, over the through a lengthy but snappy Changes Plans (APLine- endowed. It costs
of the week for the state
tt regular PIC Yonge quarterback the he directed a second workout the week Meanwhile Coach Charlie man to keep worm and
way remaining part of the lower: leg, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday to get Is Matthews hard.hitting money
Lynn ,
who has ,
chang
half against St. Pete Admiral Farragut last Friday Bradshaw some comfortable.
: surge The unbeaten Wittenberg started. The Vols had an open '
Florida defensive end.
In offense and defense
night. Tigers rolled over Ohio Wesleyan date last Saturday and tied Lou es planned I I BUT, you do have a
The PKY captain, who had started at halfback, has boon working the I Matthews Intercepted pitchout YOU
'I every game Holding 40.7 last Saturday and rolled isiana Slate 3-3 on Oct. 24 the Auburn 29 choice on HOW
twitched to the quarterback slot when Tom Dobson was Wildcats on kickoffs and punts. Saturday on MONEY.
the In the "I was very impressed by the I SPEND YOUR
opposition ;
taken out with a shoulder injury. over again Tulane Coach Tommy O'Boylehas to set up the Gators' first touch
Associated Press small- films of the Georgia Tech You can woste it on expensive
weekly down in .1f.0 triumph. He made
The stumpy senior worked the rollout like he Invented II, suspended sophomore quarterback
Standings football games, Dickey said. "They fuels and inefficient
ran for a U-yird touchdown and set up the other In a 13-1 college poll. James Mac Brousseau numerous key tackles, repeatedly .
have a fine football team. dated heat.
The Tigers commanded first-I for disciplinary reasons throwing would be passers end out
victory. indefinitely
STRUTS eiCVCLS JMW place votes on 12 of the U ballots LSU, the Vols' last opponent for losses. I ing systems, or -
L long
He also unlimbered his passing arm for an extra point His spot as No. 2 offensive
>utl r Dultcrt has a similar It must
IS problem.
completion to halfback Marell Tyre. DolMlt) Sin' ,'' l. 10Pei Monday from a panel of I quarterback Is expected to be The selection was announcedby You Con Switch To-
lace unbeaten Alabama this
Who knows, we may see more of Tuttle the quarterback ". '1 IS 11Au. writers and broadcaster. No filled by either John Gibbons or Jack Hairston, president of

5.111 To. "la'In'p in: :is: other team had more than one. Saturday. Don Bright the Florida Sportswriter Association i Heating

( -Nice Back Although Wittenberg continued Work On KickingThe Mississippi held a light work and sports editor of the S Oil

\ LooKing Pin luiltrl 1, Holing ...... J, Pal. to hold firm to the top spot Bengali began the week ,out Monday In preparation for Jacksonville Journal. I

f It's awfully pleasing to look back through seven weeks of all.'no. ,Pin Onni. j, Th.Taile. Pro 1. Gulls CumM1ULTI ,. 3. with 139 points, Prairie View of with an extensive review of the ,this Saturday's game with Tam- Honorable mention was given and-
.I .', Texas and Florida A&M remained I Matthews' running mate at de-
OPlca kicking Rebels' first
IOOIPMINT co game. Their workoutwas It will be the
rugged high school football In our area and not see a single 'II L In pa. Wacthdog Burner
disorderly IncidentIt 'cul.tart' I strong contenders also light, with sweat togs home game after four on the fensive end. Barry Brown; Florida
,. DuDllutorl 1i 11 second and third place respectively the uniform of the day.It road. middle guard Bill Rfchbourg Service
came to mind after a skirmish broke out two weeks Dinoi) Is IJ I
,. with 104 and 102 points. and two defensive standouts In
llbboni a was the same light for Mississippi
story-a Two
the Live .. players
1 ago In Oak.Perry game ....
H' Jr.
Davis
..,.,, 11 11 The Top Ten teams with first- workout-at Florida State's 34win over George E. ,
I An official was struck on the back of the neck In the 11 Is Tuscaloosa where State will miss Saturday's game
I outbreak but It was found to be only a slight Injury. Chw"co. 11 a 1P MIasw.Ta place votes In parentheses and I Coach Paul Bryant conducted a 1 against Auburn. Defensive half Southern Mississippi linebackerDick Phone 372-3383

Floyd Lay, executive secretary of the Florida High School points on a 10-9-1 basis two-hour session back Larry Swearingen is out Hermann and middle guard 205 N.E. 33rd St.

.r Activities Association, said these Incidents are "the unusual C"'a'. .. HYI>"" I. Dill.. 2. CII. 1. Wittenberg ((12) 1M Bryant said he would like to for the season with a back In- Jack Shlnholser.
rather than the usual." I.swan Ou.l4.IOr1. I. nbeons I. Pk.. t 2. Prairie View 104 have something new for the LSU jury and quarterback Ashby

He said his office takes prompt action on things of this WOOII MIXSO X Florida A&M ((1) 102 game. The status of quarter Cook Is sidelined Indefinitelydue

t nature when they do occur T.Town.... N. S, 5 1)L) 4. Louisiana Tech ((1)) 91 back Joe Namath who missed to a shoulder Injury. RESERVED SEATS
N.
f T...n No 1 int" 1M 5. San Diego St 70 last week's Mississippi State, Both were hurt In last week's

. j Too.T...m. No.No. I I ,i..'J, IsN 6, Los Angeles St. 66 game with a knee Injury, is uncertain 23-S loss to Alabama. AVAILABLE
I Gator Bowl Lists 12 T T...... N. 1 ,,, tn-It 7. Texas All 31 for this week 1 Coach Vince Dooley of the STILL
m No. f i
T..... No I '"; 34N 11 8. Minn Concordia 30 Kentucky and Vanderbilt University of Georgia Bulldogs

JACKSONVILLE (AP) plenty," said I Conrad Guntl, '.,DAY NI.", MIXlltS'II 9. Arkansas St. (1) 24 clash this Saturday and Com says his team will need a good Buy your reserved tickets In odvanee for this Important

chairman 1..5, I.., 1i le 10. Massachusetts 23 modore Coach Jack Green is not day In their Saturday with conference time save
Teams from four conferences of the Gator Bowl selection 01.. "Mint No. I i, 1t game .m"1

and a trio of independents are committee. DIM III)It T'c.ll....... iitotgrlty 11 Lineman taking the Wildcats lightly. He Florida."It .
being considered to play in the Unbeaten teams on the list a 110'_ ,4 to I Buy expects Kentucky to show the will take our best weekendyet

20th annual Gator Bowl football are Alabama, Georgia Tech, Ne dean Knoll', Lumber Iw ii II in ,1 MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL same strength it did in the Ole) to do anything with FlorIda 's' w'ti

I game on Jan 2. braska and Arkansas, Alabama Combo L..ber I1ULTIMIMt 10 I (AP-The) Minnesota Vikings Miss and Auburn games. ," Dooley said.
] "We are beginning to get a meets another Southeastern Conference N& 1 I iKurl: "TV,,..Kilt"a Dhl.Si-acquired lineman Ken Byers I
I. KMint lor I. OM ,
I line on our prospects and the team on the list, LSUin MIFll TUMillm.rte CIs I from the New York Giants on+, ,

next couple!!tj weeks. will decide Birmingham this weekend. Ace IIICIrIe I.'II L. waivers Monday.
Rounding out the SEC three- 10.. .AllmlK. OH C.. 2G" Byes a t-fooH, 240-pounder, HURRICANES
some Is Florida ((5-10)). Texas l,.n..*.._( 1It NMtwrrv 011 'Co. 1.i. 1.II Is in his third season In the National ,rte

t Oscar 'Oka''rllree (-1-0)) joins Arkansas from the C..u".....,.'... !M"..011..liar v.rt 5,-, 14,j 1.It Football League. IMPORTANT

GamesCINCINNATI Southwest Conference Duke ((4- SI 1000' ItNl Cuss i II n Last year, he saw action In
I (II.or. HOME GAME AT
11)) represents t the Atlantic IIIUITI 'n all 14 Giants games, sharingthe
(AP) The,I Coast Conference and Nebraska ease'. .. Ch....,...., t, Ac. I4e/rte .. right offensive guard duties CITIZEN'S FIELD8P.M.

Cincinnati Royals may have to the Big Eight. su Nan. 5,ir/5c *r I s a swi t.. with Bookie Bolin. ___'

play their next three National Florida Stale Georgia Tech .

Basketball Association games I and Syracuse are Independent FRIDAY- .6
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$IO PER LOAF Election I Night Tally Sheet



2 Fined for Taking Bread 111111W VSTAIt

When state results become available, write in electoral

votes in appropriate space, 270 or more votes wins.

From Truck in Levy Co. ;



By Sue BOB Staff MEEKER Writer *, .. R 'I: .4t eu's : t '"I I). i 'Ud8LIOM' I' bM 1 CWA1. 'I ')1"tl sur, ,I Mli ( Q8l1 AM'I: Dt ocur j, OtHtl

1'1'. .'...;
BRONSON The price of 10
JIll' Alabama Montana 4
bread was (10 per loaf yes- ",

terday in Levy County Court 3
Alaska Nebraska 5
as County Judge Wilbur Anderson .
said "50 dollars or 60
days" In each of two theft \ /"..' fA Arizona
""' ,i a 5 Nevada 3

cases. ..... II rrti
Two construction .l.
men.
Arkansas 6 New Hampshire 4
working in Chiefland each
..
pleaded guilty to stealingfive ..

loaves of bread from :\ ,. California 40 New Jersey 17
Chiefland distributor Ed
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Dortch. t / ,, Colorado 6 New MexIco 4
James E. Fields 20, re- i ; \
to; ,., )
ported to be from North "'" .... i.. l
Carolina told the Judge it Connecticut a New York 4J

was "Just a stupid thing a : I

person might do-thinking he tfl 1 District of Columbia 3 North Carolina 13
might get away with some- <
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thing. :
Asked by Judge Anderson ,. Delaware 3 North Dakota 4

If be bad a family, Carlton J.-

Huey Parker, 28. Miami Hungry? Florida 14 Ohio 26
said he had no immediate

family but that he was helping .
one along. Carlton Huey Parker. 28, (Ml) and Janus E. Georgia 12 Oklahoma a
Fields, 20, admitted stealing five loaves of bread
Judge Anderson said $50.
each to County Judge Wilbur Anderson yesterday In
Parker also is being held
Hawaii 4 Oregon 6
Bronson. The Judge replied "50 dollars or 60 days.
on grand larceny charges hi
connection with the theft of (Sun photo by Rob Meeker)

a 20-ton jack. He admittedto ing for the past three weeks took their daily ration. Idaho 4.. Pennsylvania 29

Judge Anderson he stole when he called It to the Deputy Corbin arrested the

the jack from his employer, deputy's attention. two men and took them to Illinois 26 Rhode Island 4
Luther White, of Chiefland. Deputy Corbin went to the the county jail In Bronson.

Levy County Sheriff's De- scene about lam. Saturdayand When arrested, Parker had
puty J. C Corbln Chiefland, waited. $50 in his wallet and Fields Indiana 13 South Carolina a

said Dortch had been losing Sure enough about 8:30: had additional money of an

bread to thieves every morn- a m, the pair showed up and undetermined amount. Iowa 9 South Dakota iii

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Kansas 7 Tennessee 11

Candidates for Governor

I Kentucky 9 Texas 25


Louisiana 10 Utah 4
Senate, Spend $550,000

.
Maryland 10 Vermont 4

TALLAHASSEE (AP-A rec- reported spending $18IS43 of his spent $14709; and Republican

ord $550,000 in campaign expenditures $125,217 In contributions. John Steele of Hallandale, received MassachusettS' 14 12
was spent by Florida'stwo His Republican l l opponent $8,197, sptnt $8,041. Virginia

candidates and Claude Kirk reported spending
governor
11th Rep. Ei Gurney, R
two Senate candidates. $57,538 of $60,723 In contributions Fla., no report; and Democrat Maine 4 Washington 9
Reports filed with the secretary .
Thomas Kenney of Cocoa Beach,
of state's office also re- Here are congressional candldates'i -
,received $38,612 spent $34,373. Michigan 21 West Virginia 7
vealed the candidates took In reports:

contributions totaling more than 2nd District Rep. Charles 12thRep.. Bill Cramer R

$672,000. Bennett D-Fla., received $30- Fla, received $!?,7"M, spent $7,. Minnesota 10 Wisconsin 12

Haydon Burns the Democratic I 329 spent $16,581;: and Republican 545; and Democrat F. Marion

candidate for governor re- William Stockton of Jack Harrelson of St. Petersburg, no Mississippi 7 Wyoming 3 I
ported he spent a total $322.098 sonville, received $13,219 spent report.In .
on the campaign. Total contributions $12,804. !
by Monday were $386' 3rd District No report.4th Missouri 12 TOTAL
832. District Rep. Dante Fas- January 1965, National An

Republican Charles Holley reported -cell, D-FIa, received $24S2J, dubon Society named t o rAmerlca'a .
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he spent a total of $95- spent $22,161; and Republican 19th Century ornithologist

996 on the campaign. His total Jay'McGlon of Miami, no re- and painter, John James I t I 1 f
contributions by Monday were port. Audubon celebrates its 60th Cabinet OKsRequests l i / I i 1a. Burcli Asks 1964 Senatorial Seats

199,892. 8th District Rep. Paul Rogers anniversary as the birds' best

Sen.! ..Spessard Holland D-Fla, D-Fla, received $25,214 friend. i .... '... Vot. D_,.... ".. kw51h.ee.. TV to I Be Decided I

. I Delay
llle. .71.221 n'.olO 14. '11.11'1' L..O..150
11100..... eae5 50050 ..
Tobacco Sales A./w., .?. amass ". 451. I'.n. ....
Alachna Co. .711. 511,511
II.'
Of ; ..,k. . 11.15. lisle, 10' 11410'.J. I On Trends -...
Agcneics .. .. .
C.N' ..or,'" '.U.o" 105 UIt.n re/ -- sb50.
I e.lw. .. '::14.44 355w .. 157,111 14. .. 5
C...... ,.Irs /
Million IncomeAlachua TALLAHASSEE (AP) The D".. ... UUU"','U 'Nsw",011 II See lenal3..,.71.as.. NEW YORK (AP) Rcpubllan -
Bring $1.6 State Cabinet met briefly today ,Ie. . I,54elae' 7''''" c' I 11.41'' 510 National Chairman Dean r.raN
.. .
0. 111.1" 'II.'U us Iree73 5rM.wil .
approved requests of four state 151/es Burch has appealed to the three U _
'1..10 soc 55,505 lee
..... 5Mrs.
agencies without discussion and 300431,53a 545 U' N' II' major television networks to
County growers this:an estimated $16 million worth,pounds per acre. HL. .. lnsnaee """,... 10. 23.5 NI It. 1
the members could "projectloni" of
adjourned to .. . forego
total of 2,782 f the long folding stuff, The reduced this M. 575.1.stasS tI. 5,5 5.121 551 any
year produced a ) green acreage year .... --
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1.11' 110,' trends until i
755 pounds of golden flue-curet1 W H. Pete) Simmons, County was due to a 10 per cent cut In vote.A ..... ? .11.111 11t.1I." as. s 5 .11,101",41' see Se 5 early voting today !50.1sass
tobacco and converted it Ink ASC office manager releasd allotments ordered by the J. S budget commission request I,, .. LuIea1 151..55 M since II' the polls have cloud\ on the -- /
the entire cabinet, I.. .. 10','", eersa' .. sio.... 20. W.st Coast. .w
: the 1964 Alachua County tobacco Department of A rculture.! ,approved by M_ a5/,1 lalls0 OJ e '",to, ins
; production figures yester The estimate of this y e a r's will allow the department of education M4. . 1011,1. ""eo. II' ....u. .. In telegrams to the network
M.", taco isa I.'".''' .. 1150 ra..e.rr
00.
Girl Used to apply for $3.3 millionin a' a presidents Burch asked that the
day. I revenue for tobacco growers Is M.A. ,. as1..N I.ea5as500 1.1'11' .. .
Federal funds under the Vo e.... .. ,, networks avoid "early and un-
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I According to his report thisyear's based! on an average price of 5.511 070055 555 'S'"I Itl -. 1r
To Carry flue cured crop was 58.71 cents a pound received at cational Education Act of 1963. .MIN.. .. .... .. 1.1'.11'act". 011101 15.,7.1 555 nos 71.101 1,12' 105 4' warranted Interpretations" of ..a'M w ..

produced on 1,53646 acres ,I, Florida markets. State School Supt. Thomas! 5..55.. 51.a.. 554,501 1a /.1.51 .1.1 early election returns. see. s.r1 ..
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Stolen Gems with the average yield at 1.111 The average yield of 1.811 Bailey said the application was .... .. 0I1,1t'IO''IP 531541...... 5e 11,5 1"111.II.U, a, .I "In WO," he said "the TV .- .
pounds to the acre. pounds for 19fi4 is 78 poundsless merely the first step. He said 5.11., 'UIOI U.,,,, Mc II'.,. is1 Industry performed a distinct -- :
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Sinus ,rop totaling 3,074,307 pou n d I ty's banner production year -I money could be allocated to ... ,. ,.,...... 2.010.00. n. .......... 17 1 Interpretation of the early re -IN .
New tyark was produced on 1,7062 acres 1962. That the county average Co. .. I.ae..a '11.11' 511 11..41. ale that s./ 1
I year, Florida until the state submitted M. .... 1"11 111..1 Ias1e 151 aunts, to make It appear .
NEW YORK AWyear- (about 170 more thai this year) was a record 1,889 poundsper .a general plan and appointed an eats a.1.i.m. 1..,,s/. N 5a/r.a'l 5s the lit John r. Kennedy was "-- a
was used to carry the with yield of 1.802 acre. 0101... 00'.lie .....H..e ut.lt..e -.550 ee.wwa
old girl an average advisory committee and both 0... . claws senses winning over Richard M. Nlion .
gems stolen from the American I were approved at the federal I... . ......,,, ".IO.'U ans 11.1 2.U'tt.541.ee 4"II'1 in a landslide 5 .
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to L. .. 10'.114 110.01'
Museum of Natural History evel. S Co. ,....., 1..11. ase n.s 1".10.IOUIO.304 as Frank Stanton, president of
Miami a police department SKY SPIES WATCH OVER Another budget commission S. D. . basin In... .. a "','IP 10. the Columbia Broailc ullng 1 I
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source said Monday.The approved the hiring of 17 T.w 5,555,701 e.I.asa5a ss..ant a1. System wired Burch that CBS
Lallsore 1..n ,
Flockiewitx. 10' 1.111 N S
girl, Janet and office lisa, "Ult lae.sae had Intention of makIng Bids
more state district '" seasai 511 News no Open
in a Wall Street ALACHUA LEVY DIXIE ".. .. INaae 5.ee .
secretary 115
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firm was workers for the Department of "... . '..INe 161n, 4F' 4M.11. n. early ind unwarranted Interpretations
Insurance brokerage from w..... I1aam lit.'"/ of return.
salaries ae s
Welfare at ranging n. sea se r
held In $3,000 bail as a material w. 0.. .".... ,1,154 ,., Novo
If you're inclined to fly low" in your car, you'd better II.' sea ens 'IBS News 17 For
also said
to 7920. . Stanton
$2.92t .
In the crime. No mention Woo. 1P" H' '14.00' ..... .. .. .
witness was made at her hearingof watch out for a high flier this week. Gov. Farm Bryant said these w,.. ''',"' '1.111'" ...055 .se does, however regard prompt

her part in the theft, but Motorists In Alachua, Levy and Dixie Counties are being were the office workers neededto r.... ",lit.". 34,31,54. 4. It. ..... a0a and accurate reporting of the Road Work
back up the additional social returns ai a primary responsibility 1I 1-
said that she
the police source watched by a Florida Highway Patrol traffic airplane Monday and will UM all of Its resources
workers hired recently under I
was the girl who transportedthe through Wednesday of this week. tfrhniral and human TALLAHASSEE -The Slat
federal regulations for the number ,

This stolen source gems.said that she LL S. 0. Roberts of the Florida Highway Patrol said the of canes each social worker i iI Local 1 GM Dealer to "carry out that responsibility Road Department has called

handle. ty for contractors' bids
the day after the must on 4]
flew to Miami sky spy is concentrating speeders in three-county area. Spokesmen the National
the theft In the same plane But other traffic Infractions ire likely to be spotted. Roberts I Rroadraitmg Co. and the American road and bridge projects, !Including
with two of the suspects.She two In Levy County
Man ,
said. I Lawley Short 65'sAn Broadcasting Co. said no
allegedly told the police I on 'rl'plyr) Burch would be made one In Dixie County and one
that the suspects one of whom The plane patrol was brought on by a ruing fatality rate In Bradford
ForRobbery public ; County
she had become particularly on the highways which already has equaled tb* 1983 totals I Sought !\
I end of the new ear famine,Motet Company, the Cadillac
friendly with had given her a in Alachua and Levy Counties. Th bids are to be opened
locked briefcase to hold on the : I II may be near for local' General and Oldsmobile agency, said he 4 Seek Nov. 17 In Tallahassee

plane and had told her. "Don't I Last year 32 died from highway accidents in AUchua County STARKE Warrants charging 1 Motors dealers WHOM showrooms feed the entire local auto bust The Levy County projertjare
plane with us. Pre and 14 In Levy As of Monday both these counties already |
lit on the I armed and have been practicallyvoid ness has been hurt since many
robbery larcenyof : Surfacing on SR J-33
tend you don't know ui. had the same number of deaths recorded for a ID-month an automobile have been Issued of 1984 models due to the persons like to temper before Seats In from I'S 41 it Monlbrook east
denied to
Miss FlockiewiU: period. against Joe Crawford nationwide CM plant strike
buying ass carl. Braslngtan
the police that she knew she I Five have died of Dix ''J C >s Warren of Lawtey. said he hn a few Oldsmobile TrentonTRENTON 110 the Marion County lint; and
the stolen gems persons on the highways : County Mac Baldwin manager of 'en SR > 321 fromU341it
carrying TIle is
was man being sought by
but admitted that on severaloccasions this 'fir.I I the sheriffs department in connection JTropical Pontiac e II I d he received on the lot which were shipped Worrlston east to S 321
she had visited themU5Nm' I telegram yesterday before the strike, but no Cadillacs. After going to I
with an armed robberyof a election The Diane :
with the the polls In the general County project
room ------ - ----- ---- .
gem they were "cas the Paul Smith service station -'J:that 'IS models will b* shipped,, ,today, voters of Trenton will call for fuur-Unlng on VII

suspects" authorities when said. j MARKETS CLOSE I In Lawtey early last Thursday 'sgaia M s limited bans starting Latham Davis of University fare still mother election before between Cross City and a point

In. It. night theft netted morning neil we k. And R. B. Miller I Chevrolet said 1It'l bad a coo : the year's end near the Suwanne River.In .
The Thursday 24 Th New Yrk Stock Cxcaaage aa** amt eater major Bradford Deputy Rcbert sales manager of Milton I I The regular municipal election
the three suspects gems serarities. nranMdHy aid mercantile markets ks la* failed: Green said that Smith's s S a. Motors, the local Buick dl'ale.1IIIJp I'pie of new cars M display b. : Is icheduled"' Dec. I and has Bradford County. the old

valued 8410,000. Allen! Dale Stilts were timed today, electm U,. Charles was fa charge of Ih* said be expects a load of cause of several orders t bithaven't i four' candidates seeking three lane of VS 301 is to lit resurfaced -

Tw suspects. station about 2 s m. thai moreHi within' It .. been picked up. I between a point north of
: Miss Tocklewtti'.salleged A ..table eseeptioa was the Caksi li%...., narkct. new cars I City Commission "L
Kuhn. boyfriend and JackRo'Und shirk remained and that tile robber get I I,! The dealers all said they > I Hugh/ Hmdrli and J. C SUrk and the Clay County
first
28.l. epee. said these win
.l. the Surf)) Mur- ibout $1110 In cash. He can pert business to brisk after,'Sharp are seeking re el lee line.I Several year ago this
'! (Murph high diving aquaticclown Letal stack broken as Galaettin alt thv1 frr Eton Deputy Green also said that rom from the which Flint.resumed MlelL I .,,shipping Is returned. Braiifif' (I bon to the Commission. Alao'section, of 301 was four.lined

pIIy. IT a continued 534." Day. s* there k a. Readers' Request report as la* h, imith's car was found iband- Buick plant eek. op..eriLMi too said \he has been taking!vying for one of IN three Com-I by constructing tie new lines
were last .
m b.. .. each Monday la Mami >I today. tied later on Ih* Lake Road I : around one or twe orders everyday :mision seats are Ray Harrison I and leaving the old existing
,- at the county tin*. John Brasuigton of B and C' for new models. Jr.[ and Billy Lancaster I lanes as they .*.re'iTuesday

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DEAR ABBY .


w .ee yiir "...ltIII' tit .'*> S {)

., Avoid Them! .nl! ntff" .rNe M Akky, In 11(5,

.....V Hills Ctllf.. 902 U. ..nI 4

includt a .. .....,".d .e.mp.d ,,,- 1tLNS0 :iLI

Abigail Van Buren "Ie I ,.. Akky ....... .n ....11. .


! .. -' THEGOLDSPIKE Is LODGED IN HIS HEAR' ,
DEAR ABBY: We are new In town. Last evening my bus- DEAR ABBY: I am a 14-year-old girl and I was wondering + f1 w I TOUT l foSDCK5| SUO iA PECULIAR WAYTHAT WHILE: '

band's foreman and his wife dropped In on ui unexpectedly.We if you think it Is fair (for a girl's mother to judge a boy by SLy 1.P'1 CONFESSION gLIVE.? MMAINS Bg5iffSaBgg&: '
were not prepared for company. When I served some the.ay he dresses. My mother doesn't like a certain boy for a.,. iYoe s D T ANYONE IT'S
soft drinks, the man hinted that he wanted something "stronger. that reason and I don't think It's fair. +AIT ITKi!T ,' V Akc-\vxl v.N4A'* BEEN ?>ixf/wrO C ic rrSfH
." We didn't have anything In the house, so my husband JR. HIGH GIRL AD !DADASLANG V -.
took him to the corner bar and left me with the wife. She DEAR GIRL A boy's dress Is aa indication of his home

I ( talked bad about everybody at the plant. I didn't even know environment, Us character, personal hygiene and self-esteem.
half the people she gossiped about She told me I ought to Listen to your mother, Honey, and you won't go wrong.
"do something" with my hair, which hurt my feelings be- :
4 cause my hair Is very thin and there's not much I can dot DEAR ABBY I wish you would write something about
with it Then she asked me when I waxed my floors last bossy women who rule the roost and ruin their children. My -
j and I told her I had waxed them that morning. She said, sister Is the mother of three boys. R her husband tells themto i

"They look terrible. You should try my brand do something, she tells them to do the opposite. Many

f The men were gone three hours. When they came back times I have heard her say, "I don't care WHAT your father _
:1 this couple stayed until 1:30: A.M., although I said several said, you'll do as I say!" And they do, too. No wonder those
times my husband had to get up at 1:30: A.M. for work. Do children are confused and nervous. Is there any way I can
1 you think It was right of my husband to have left me there help? -HOW MUCH THUTTV Two GLORY /I WON BACK
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t all evening with that woman? What if they drop In again? I SISTER MARY + Z'TOREUp I OtDYEWIN! DOlLERS AN' 13E _. ALL lOUsJSf MY Of. i.-_

don't care to associate with her. My head still aches from DEAR SISTER Perhaps, but this Is NOT your problem, E't' THEM V* MINTS FIFTY CENT A
last night so be careful I would ten both your sister and her husband .ter ATTH'CARDGAMCTONIGHT
HEADACHE what you have observed and bow yon see the effects of their MAWf-
DEAR HEADACHE: Tell your husband that like likes the (probably unintentional) conflict Having done that, say BO fn
man, fine, but you don't want a foursome-type friendship more and hope for the best 'D Vv JII3
with them If they drop I la again, you go lie down and let S .

. your husband answer the door and tell them that you an CONFIDENTIAL TO SYLVIA There Is nothing wrong with / I /
1 "resting." And If he wishes to entertain the pair of them, putting an your eggs in one basket If yon keep your eye
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a ME-JUST YOUR H3" BS WARE OPA RUMOR TO UFE-DEFR05TEL1 LET US
YES, PHOTOGRAPHY IS WERSYOJINFLECnOHMWCTU TTl WEKT SAY-THAT REPORT MIGWTIMPORTANT.
; I A ORE AT THINS f THOSB BROUGHT' INTrI BESPEAK WAS ON" A SECRET V AROUND. STILL gC ,"
PROGRAMS ENLARGEMENTS POSITIVELY : CASK? SOMITUINd MISSION IN 153 SAYS THE DOCTOR.
JTHIS j
IDENTIFIED OUR CORPSE. SINISTER, THE RESULTS OF
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1 'err r ? 1 CANNWMAH, Sit MAJscTYSEnc wnLlu0CDY WOULD THAT. WHY-AN-WM4a
; / flUSIM SAY WMO TU THAT )eU Wiaa Gai au.vICnh1 YOU Wits 1191- POSSSftt Al WA W THATMJJ.CAU
O I WNO RAKGD fROM POISON Ow PnNCse' DO SOMimiNa7APS4 MAN INPfiVlfa WHICH I 1 TWUWT?
T MY GAIL Of TA8 IV KIN.CIM IN I/GR/ WISO Hiew5nsViSHncse eras, Of FLY WOULD ait.ISvKVFRAL *A> IMAH..A
MCWGY it THAJA_. eOMSDAYI'uca FAIN Or UUIBNAM0 NT HER OUT OfMY.
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Dear Heloise: Venetian blinds they are with a rubber band. This way him In the summer and very s -'. ha
I've learned, after a year and less expensive, much easier on the odor does not permeate the cold In the winter. Putting quill ti ; pL
a half, to sit back and enjoy refrigerator and our melons are pads underneath the sheet on!) (. r
s your fingers when it's time to
e my very active son. I only hope cold when we are ready to eat made ridges on his little face t
clean, less dangerous for little
my mistakes In furnishing our them. I discovered that by putting
1 home might be other fingers, and no cords are left Dora Drain
t spared one of my receiving blanket) Wt r
dangling to choke Innocent bables.
young couples. Dear Dora: under the sheet, at the top ol ,
Forget about those exquisite Pinning plastic on the back( his crib where he slept, worked c rI
} and elegant pieces of furniture Heloise, I am not only a new curtains Is a antbulogs Ideal beautifully. It also helps to st>
e stick to lormlca tables and mother but I also work in a Heloise sorb more when he drools al

t pole lamps where possible.Use children's emergency room In a night, thus not leaving a wel I
ti
stack tables or TV trays hospital and these suggestionscome Dear Heloise: ring on the sheet. The blankets i :;.. 1

for entertaining. That coffee ta- from many other mothers, I found that my baby's pastlc wash and dry easily: too. 1J 1I BIr TI+aI
ble is a menace. as well as yours truly. crib mattress was very hot for Betty RIchardson L OLO 011GUESSNT atNaeA: ;,
Try out cafe curtains or apron ,..I $LiCN A PAD J YG4TERn&Yy0U
length curtains Instead of Let's face facts a happy < DOG, AFTSR KNOW
antique satin wall-to.wall drip home makes a happy child! A

eries. I From a Heloise Hinted Today In History II I

Get slip covers and chairs and Homema'-er. ., ...

( couch the day you find out I I l Nancy McGovern I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tomobll Show was held IT, i
5 you're pregnant. :' ti
C Today I Is Tuesday, election Madison Square Garden Ne In.
Move
precious books and ornaments :Dear Helolsa w w3
$ : day, Nov. 3, the 3C8th day of York.
up high. Better to be After launder my cafe curtains -\m. There are M days left In I' ,
+ able to enjoy them there than I pin a lining of plastic the year In 1943, the Nazis' Afriki.
I
not at an.
I on the wrong side of them ss Today's highlight In history: Corps was retreating across thi t
Put safety plugs In all outlets I
far as my kitchen window op- On this date in 1)36. Democratic Egyptian desert
and use locks: or straps to keep r *r taroe: sos we
ens. President Franklin D. 1 ITVlB..TUe KKXAMT 0 oA: ...
all cabinets off limits I EVU&C. Me.itKANT.'im 6ON6 ILL well 1 ,u. ee OAAv..SOP'ON
for )
busy In 1044, the Allies announce ID: TAU WITH Oil MOW COlT SAt X
i Roosevelt and Vice President y I ID CAll MY ewe ANP TELL MEK OITSIPE, T WORRY:
1 '
little use and UNCWSTANPf t'ON'T
fingers. tiny safety pins pin TELL HIM A
i John N. Garner were elected by that Greece had been liberate !; OUR SONS Aa iaMT' e*IELL Ti) M5.Cni.UNb WVflWi OUT Ursa.TMA.r MB !lNi .1
By pass those luxurious the sheer type large plastic e WORRIED' ID PEATM'
0 rugs a 523-1 electoral vote, defeatingAll from the Nazis. C* THE Hose NI6HT ttKm
and bags (whkh husband'sshirts .
carpets, especially velveteens my Landon and Frank Knot. It
babies do have accidental come back from the laundry was an all-time record, with Ten years ago-The English ,. ;
I In) Just to fit only Maine and Vermont going Speaking, Union l presents tA --,--
Put guards on windows. Queen Mother Elisabeth with i
Serve the child food In plastk This lining Is quite Invisibleand Republican. fund of more than HOfl.OOO a IJ
the On this date r
protects curtain from
her husband
caps and dishes. a memorial to
soil the In 17M. John Adams, the second
rubbing against
screen
When a child learns to climb King George VI at a ceremon;
and certainly saves doing the U.s. president was elected.
the stairs, take the time and In New York.
In 1(9) James J. Jeffries
cur'alna up M often. retained
patience to teach him how to championship A mob
the heavyweight Five years ago o
climb back down. Any time I have a cantaloupeor by defeating Tom 1,000 Panamanians was drives

Purchase lightweight wash honey dew melon to put In Sharkey on points at Coney Is back by Canal Zone police In 1 It

ible bedspreads.Use the refrigerator, I put It insidea !land N.Y. attempt to plant a Panama flai 1
window shades Instead plastic bag and seal it tight In 1900, the first National Ait In the Canal Zone.

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I Pita 1 Tt Od ** PawnNUKSI II-H.I. 101.1. w '_.1. k-nooL P. O Son loHl Joclmn.VMI I 1. 10-point 1u V L R 8

TMng, T. IwAUTOMOTIVE / 01'Uo151nIlY IW 111II Inn 05. TTACHTIJ 7 II. lM 4f e gpe57fla '3. ApproprlIT A. t !. F t 1'1 I CA L.typ'

tim tKtrt ChrtitmM mmty DMor MEN .. 1'1 I N t. A I v\ A T 1&U.
Anntlwtltu T.o 1054 GET A MAN'S JOlt
I ,.. nurM MNSNlhtno.dod lo tnonlti gvormtot lot StIll.11UM OPERATING lulldoMn Andort, Tu 31. CommOo I C t IS ., I f!lr5'tU. w
.".,. MM at lour In IM MdHr II II 1.00,1 po' w.4. N. lion
N A",_ $al.4R111MII, 11/14110 known 544111400101 C1115A Drotllnoo, w.r: .Cln..1
WORTHWHILE omwllorwd gontril hoWMonowditg 1115451554.51 50 do idll. lorn top wowi. 16 Vlull 0(10 3$. CUrl.Y SOLUTION 0' YlSTIRDATS PUZZLE
n Tnick tar lilt to m bxtt LtciirdH Molpmont In ". VA
t. .111I par105, you M our
0011110411,1
mlln MM ol R14. ,. 41. Headdns17.WlnnoW
0.0 T w ornwrl
1511
n Trucki WtntodM louoni, ,00911WoN
Olvt
rrorn COM, Mrs kovn tuftiocti tr groiMl 41.411: DOWN S.Impolllpo11555E
Trocl. t Truck ..,.. from rnounlllm' loliry' MI pormonm =. y.Orl '/"; ASSOCIATEDHIAVV ? bulII'
pnontM4M IQUIPMf' ? SCHOOL Hone 11101 4\ E41sle
1V.
hill .
pint """ 3ddm
-
U Trtllor MontlllI Otinoivlllo lull nil W. KINMfOV ILVDTump. 1.Carries 6.a their.\
poll vKition. 14 4' Acquired
dm Mid
) MottrcyclM li itoolinM POUTS ., pii, F n IHK12Z (ant'i'
. 20.
M A.'OIII" .1. Adonis' l01rato. Je4tn100 M11lIlIN 7. Call1lpU.
hit Howltil, Iml"'.. N. C. Wo hmt wonlngi for till Tronton Sp'itl StrrttttIT IJ 15.41 ar1L. J.Yaornal,
AutomokilM tar Wllllilon Hiwlhornl irot molt For 4a.Church :.: a.Weaned
M > C.. EXPERIENCED WAITRESS ., ., II l I .Sip i )
r tni(,, ft iportt or $11. oood you BOOKKEEPINb 9. bit.1G.
V AirM W41n'IDUCATIONAI. Montr RMllvrinlAptly hovo .__... ond dnlrt toMl SERVICE 372.520" Yldory ffC1I1. 4.Aunt 5p. : :
In oorMn. I Hi I your own hmnOM will, Oily
lull. Invoumonl. pMM con M,. :111f Y"cabloTC
It MtltHilp Wtnttd1 c."/. Clmlitlon Doot .llnooVlllo Feed Fortllliif ,: I /I I" 1+ IS 01' e I' 1. I' 5K18.
.
tun ,-,.". u l .. 15.
II .'' COASTAL RortMIM hoy IVOIIOOIO Sy /. ,4I'
fctoli I inirrvctlMIt : I
WANTIO ITCX.KMAW. :
AIM mon Or. 01"
RETIRED COUPLI IO HM wimldony 01 our Mrs lor C41I15v4111nnd $1.11ETSpdI5b1
Mutlc. lor port iimi n'gm wort Ooidwmnriy
DmclKfM *o will IIM ooilvor
.' $501On...
'int lnKtlw READINGIN tonofltl, Pall vicltlinpor gwtlomon prKO Pnom oil tin "1.nu.IIP '/
_|n> C.II Mo-Ida tr >lill J L. Inn- I
AppY ":: 'ot N. M..n O1rW dl.. loriton Ook Crtll IntorprlOM' Ill 20. Flah'roo
"
t w ...,,,".. 111.
i' RITIRID" tr ioml rotlrod mil.or ". I"IT (/ rh'' pdltrlI.Ttuiltoiy
IMPLOYMINT .A..Y 541 1911 tomilo tee ilmoli kooWo>dng 01" / r//
Ill lor 0005 dIMS '.. N. 0111 and WlMo Mill' _. Mull MIn II UvttrKR S.Pll.ltTAKI
II ,... Hilt Win* 051105 _.... ...rtln, 50 good phyiicol ."n. willing to '. (/ I' IJ
li Milt KP| winlld .>.. Call Itt-mt ifr. 31. work t. Kourl I days -ty. OILS poymontl m ItU All" 649 Vh 0 wI. 23.cun,1,

II 141i P-MII,. tr Fmwli WANTED IALISAnAI ",Ih tutomoMW Fnono 1711711 for ,...... moto douWo doctor frollornioMHiotllt P / IS 'I
".11.. Col" .lvor Ptt .
14 (KM, HIII" WHIM food Mlory ilui tornmiiiiom. PERMANENT POIITIONFOR 115.. 2.5.Part "
good ooponvtiny for idvonclmonl INV1MTORY CLIRIC .
1{ Were WMittd FrmiltW Wrllt P. O. Siw 1M74ftiinoiyllo (.II. eommonounto with owilty.Aooty II C"LV'S. 11 .. "I.. ...II titi ,II.-, r 25.DowrIII
Wtrm fctrittd M>lt PI... Ie, InlorvUwOFPICI Sol WIv AUnoo14 (silos O.lry ,". 1115. MIw 'Y 78. Qua
CIS' Sun 1110515. 415. u
SALESMAN
I' IS4.
C.tl IU7I thIs baby 0 30.Kiwi
II. ..". 01.015 SSM.a..p5Iy 411.01Si
PARMS ft. LIVISTOCK Ago 11'. 11115 be _'". -Sdlti Htlii WinttJ WANT TO KNOW HOW to propertyKnlM 51.5010 lSnrlle. U4 knlsln.A N Say111E
U Firm (tjilpmtntrtrtlllnr 112-C1 Iran .. 001001.111 your 'rlltot.mork.lt Thoncom. iJS r IJt i' I" 18.:Coratr3A.
ACTIVE REAL IOTATE OALSA- ki tuploln hMvox
II' 41. ,' k._IALII pnltlon rotv MAli .lit' by o0I1, Oftlce. cm do 5.11 N* with CFACooMritlvo All 554 $1101 $155 0'. 1451 4/15 dJ 4J.. Rulnailoa
II LIvIlIQdc S ." I. My, 'unty' far Mvoncfnwil C'IIIII-II21 It' 7/1.7055 Mint ol ptr Stilt 141/Nls/1.0 llovtl. Knit tn round 141 / 39. lieu ETA
chuwnglng. md 4l.n to
,.. 11515411111 4* knitting tl'Ktlomi
.14 L_.." To Ion InS MIII I. Writ lox tiiAc IBM KEYPUNCH OPER. FMX MNM o.lnnvlllt ir Alochut Urn 11 Mi M N Inclv I" 4' 117.SO1fS
M Pats V tUDPIM THE .i Coinoivllit Inn md glvt odo. doilroi to'.t( yn. tvporl.OIK lie lOW'"' ItOT / 41.Ortmlal:
,, c.". wptrlntct. itc. tor oppointmont ,. : : .lot! **l.1144 dTMrty
l-tlvtDort W.n'' tnd lor 4' luidU.NimikuU
nurvlmTV. $All IMAM .n 111104114 fhw uott I* comi (or.Jill i
to .
FULL ILOODIO Joran cow whtitor -
.
pottor odd II conn fooocn >
hornM on kuyort lot Kvcoifontoportunlty
ANTENNA INSTALLIRFormiinint COM dm to 4
coin oocond .
..
low Old ... ,. CONICS Tool lull. ." for lit elm 00111Lwr.Whoo11 l j U.HalIw
UMANCIALittiuinn 1 ntoo. Oonulnoly good i 1110. 0.w.solo. ** N.5M.I5.N II y
1.1 .
Hontllng lond It Fee Mmt N mlR
tore Oono P.t.moro Lit 11ltWttk .
Co Rogulor Koun
top wrlilcompiotl
My .. L. _n. 5 5100. 5.MvN ,..
opportvflititi kickground otc to lutliA 41011311, In Tee,. 5.41151 Cllurdt In W.. annowllli IIM
loodlicrar 0.54.. P. 0. lu HI,
I? Monty M Lois e"d aiirmyilii Ion Wtnltd1 Female.1.II.V' Poe MALI N Ihotlond' ponloi, 0' cnoim, It... Now v. II,

51 Mor4oGp. PARTS MAN Apply ,M own Illnowriting nift 52. nwrM IM. I mlM rt. V Print piilnly p niNNUMtlt 1
Monty W.CISdMERCHANDISE SUN Pirmtnont pontlon, tor lost ol ami Mommodt on RtIN. N4MI, AOORIII md -
tno rignt n
Co. P O. .o. 44. 4)0 .lito Coll ind HI Oik- hw U7I A.ittor L. F0" Will NO II W..,f.", ,.,.. IS H.".. fir Sale .
CANADIAN' J.... 19 PITS SUPPLIES dKlgno I : :: nl
loMlm knit
IUTIE MOUSfMAN CHAUFFIUR mtrt xrtcntl Won LASGI .. H CRAWFORD OCAI" _. I II. I Do'n. I..:
I WKitog to tvorl Phil 1 Pill poltorm, .
0011 0411511. 411.
with ,.. iiporlMc' 17 W.k Weot/d 101.1.COLO"D .. loctlon SIS.P, incoming' M 00so 4000454
II T.. wild .' if 1441. 5111$
rotoroncoi W I IIIto. PROPIRTIIIAftl
r I yr. old. hod ill onoti conn Mr KM "_''ce.1t e.... ion, Irg. foncod-in MoS yord
luildlno' AfllttrllUM e17A GII..I" Iun, silo ipitor. '. I ntllM No. of MwroM,
.
". Aitor 4 17' 4 3tRAD .
'0'. 57 500/0 011$ .it in Kite". it-MM or OHin >
HMMhoig, ADS COLOIIIO MALE 31 N N. 1o ..., 100/1. C.II 771141,. long holrod OMlpoMt, Hot VAlUII tlCOMPHTI, S U I Il TP47755145 i nonti Mt M ol .mi. *

U Anilqu., 540., _'b"" Pprrnan11.1. ro'allI11r WHITt SOY 17 moM kittont tor '.'" AIM, rot- For kotlnntn In ...tvportl. noo, Ovinook ImdM IN Key Shores Ills NW urn II, I IR homo ki
M \', Pr Sale I lIon. WII. O. 4101III.'. will ell InY111op. MY"" 11010I .10, OMIPOMI' .,It_ MUM mdtoinoloo. conlt Howl Mlc ., ..,.
from
1- S22JO
CI" homoilioi
.
Ffl 4tKFFOR *
CNI,
I 454, 5.1/41115. C. Y. A $)00 down
Truing Post 1'.3 5 ovw I II ,., from $ISI0 I
M '. Oil Wot* 5.154511. end $62 re' mo
houn IM North KEY 3841 orJ83l I .
Phont PR l-Ottt
.7* lMt( MlrlM I"!, MINI TRAIN AS II 304.415 I..ts5N.ss DMT. Foi sod Coon HotmM 10 rm SUPPLIES .

n Cm p Hunt FlMt ACCIDENTINVESTIGATORS 5015,41 toO Slid D.40. Cone u. Locations MOVING TO JARS
,,_0__L. Rs..1L 111.4474. (111.11554 tHIHU..HUA ..'. "k.Ace. 1 OtlAT IroiM .' willtr I
OftlCt (gulkmonl, WANTAnnouncements Real Estate Exam PUPS 1lnv. 10..010. 014 MIMy. MAW llrgo T i loclllMt 915.4.41101 kooutltiil wiior Iront
71 Mullen MirclundlM Pool lIs0 .p0rlMCl not 011514lary. COUIII REG COCKER I5L M'. loll ._. TMIM1 nllroot .. homo ht M.,_ trot tor your
I T.4, 11 1004 In IsrlIN ATTEND PIr.1 110.1 0105 Clll irlor I FMOtllQ. 440104 Ing to Kilt Motel Locations tr n.
.
,.. Slop 000,0101 loll 411 7417 NW 4111 St. CoI'' 17.7717. MC-liU Atlnird I tor* ,.. tIlIt"r: ., .
REAL ESTATE FOR SALT I 1/111' ... .11..1 ImD'"on'' CHIHUAHUA piEs 12 M. II. Htmti For Solt oceooimtxJalioninddddd living Hugo Florin' Room
1501511"00. Wln N loci., .Nin
Moorito Pimlly Room
I4l
PI00ls sod "III 5101 ..'. III
R Mown Homti fat lilt I MiM1d, 11nI 1511. AS2OLUTILY FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY ... 14 505/1511. I.s 1111, 05
m-lllf.
a Lilt tar III,* HO O'LIO..fION _Milt md CONNOLLY ANDREWS- tic. or ton : .hooullhil krlchon.Mmv .
M I INSURANCE ADJUSTORS IHIPHIIIO pvtxKM womod, OIM .,"''o.. nr .,
Wtitrlrent Pnptrly I voir old Wolih tnort pony 101.'. Homo I./M. Mae | t IMOroam I HopMf REAL ESTATE 55,1.d .toworlng 1. "
31 HOMM w nitaCottogi SCHOOLS ENC.Poo. 1 Per toO NIIM 55,151115410ull Ptnni 4U.ini.UN moMIt Komoi Mony I oil on Will IroM or Mil outrl,'. Con.l .
II7 110 IIIckl" 5175. Ace floor .. F yoor HnonclnfFMlvrlno roody tor .l Huth Idwordo 'Inc. Allot
for II" 1111 "0" S', NW.WaMIn01M I 371.6141 405 105. 'LI llm.i. IIAGL'It 014 CII 175 0r151 wi 5144, I miles 511.11N _T_. ", 11 Hum for Isle jpormon. Sales "...,. I7IUI1.i .
A $101! Illltt dlMMd' 0C. M u. L ee' ". i
DI-IIIo..iic..7"
GAINESVILLEUPHOLSTEEY 4111 NW llth II : \\III'
.31.. /. /
] liint Wmtod NIm1AdOr11 '
.
Out of TOW Property' 1 LOST FOUND I 111 5 W 1754 5. BOB.WHITE QUAIL 11.5115514dlrla 11'0" y11 007 w 11 lit' 551. At mouth t IUNNVMOOK, I Mtril. N). IITATII ItOTMO WOt ;':/"'':Ito.. 'w'IIN :
dbSnal." Or M4 ouin 541111 N MIhil lift ..,_ 00_. .m ''n IP. PS 0131 It' P5 1.51/4__
40 A40,11
luilntii I Ins INI
SsIIntsow-r,5 .
proptrtM .
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., ,is11 11111. I ... M wall ,
41 Milomtui liKomt4J LOn iiturdiy ovonlno o .no 'ttonI I ogl md tumllty SsIMl5a le M N COM to loll ,. Fll. rom IM ol IMl NW N.W..V I 5I 5... 0111.
Parma "r Piriiin ,. .'. kll... |( tO-IN)| .,1... FHKMl 1",11. / cIa "MII. Rm I hltrhon, LI. .... ptoglornor
r.n "
i AvtigtColon touod cm He,im n in ma I TounMl ; 1101 III espy ,_..'. tor

4 prwtrty Mot, LoST Mini block' Mirlolto. Wind"lor _05*._0.5._ i.--oiic 1, com tr will' tln_. Fnont 47tut >
Iromrd ,
.HlllcrMI. i ndi. I'M down p o y
51,. I Pork M10h.IS ,
0x1 I. b11w15n PinSy' ;
.'... """. .'"..554 OvIR II por fno. oPM N *. IIM Prlvo
'
; 5I. .
nth A. llTTlh VOCO OWNIR MOVIN4it I
RENTALS ftll wan In WI MIMIC IN1ls I hoorlng -
IWIIKOH"SERVICE nllhod OOWN I IR CCI html oy I it mM old. I IR, I I. tor*
"M Coiorod proptrly Htnlill POUND-AML. lolton lull Torrlw 5111 $1150. _. MPP 1150. 1.14 J. .11. Woly / IncliMIInd III' 10.rionco .
c.""., ? lint Mir Vildoito. Gi.. Ollrmvint' 0z'This HAS BUILT I l.. Imto ... tOKod koroylrd Ull .t tmlrol AC k KV
41 tig Ull, Ownor conlKt OHMS 11.111' urn A>., i.i Furniihtd Apt* _vifit Pallet Dipt tor Infirmitim.LOST Week's OUR BUSINESS' I .
11 \(
Wnhirniihrt A" "
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gilnnvlllo Hlgli IcrmJ
47 Mown lot Rm* Punt Ci,.i at 65 ring win mitim' BAIRD MOBILE

41 Hoviti (gr Ron I Ulrv,, J1 111 I' Loll ft**" 73rd ol I
CilIoM's 41414., 1,110. 0511 iS HOMES
371
Room tor Rant iL .WA"Q' ri wriii
W Mobilt hemM ? t t Of0c.llPhono

II' Mlu RmtitgHAWMtid 4 PERSONALIZED SIRVICI 4lt.1144 Jet HI I 411

TI Hurt KUT 'N kU'1. 'UUT'f TALON
M lotrttrt wmt.dM 'oou" lit 1 '_ WYATT-

office Do* IPtc Ail work ororonioa4
Perm, U.. 5111140$ 11 .
ut
14 Sulin11 ." .11 M I. Unln Aol. 3711154 Trailer Sales
OPX mgMi ty alt, :ceal
HAVII
/11105 41PIth1MN A4V0
SIRVICI LEARN TO O"'V" NSAIN, N
MnlkM to Mnow or tl"" 541114511105
32 IPKltl' Itrvlctl Iny Wiy Driving ScMol PI 0rls.r. Irl4 AIN.IMI1rIV4 C I : fUN

32 HUM ImprtvimintlU l-'aa m I f 1 ttitt OI"'n 01.1'1 ",or TralN1.5055 5115

Brill 4 TV WrvlclU 0.0115 011150 NN
6 SPECIAL NOTICIS I 111 $1110 500100. plod.Oa15. .
A"II... I FumlMrtWANT.AD pnont tit lln
mAR t..N. ,.Iu. t Ons ,co : 15
THIS WEEKS IS ON
"II 114 .,. W51N J M. Pill.. i
RATES P1.". NIV JJr' .,... POonI 12' WI DES SPOTLIGHT
P. I"13a. x IIIICTOI"I.

rH.378.1411 LOTS wfiSNT, --iii, 1 APPLIANCES 2 BR under $4,000USE HUMPTY DUMPTY

torCIusifi.d Otx-A-DItt T obi.. 101 NW I Ilk StIt .

0"'y 05 c Btt. Ciniivt pnra OUR WKIIo inytlnM R ... Nm. I. *Iolt t".

Only RENTAL PURCHASE Humify Dvinpty 4.11151., nofl.t ihtvM, kd Ish.e tfIhl
I S.rttrl. Child C.r.N
Itby PLAN
tltfi4
tot
ipKltlt Tkundoy FHdoy nlfkfi.Tkt .
.
Lnsl .-. 4000 $*"""
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TAKI 01 14,54. fOUL COif fs.l.IM.vt
DEADLINES"Tut
:.
01011115 homo ivmlngo tr on 0* COMTRACT WILL If till rMy tsl|ty Dolmonio
., Mry Prl. ptMrl lilurdly Fnont M 47403C5tL0 l-yr, miinclng tvtliotit ._lt, ... 111.1, tnd kit rolli H> .sly 7t. Frwn

..* Im DIY Mi.> CAS POR ALL AGtf ; 3-, '.M. Frldoy M .. Old.'.",.... ,... Fry f...

tltim MV$2 MOW1 CALL .3113113 m SON. "4H '.'( ..b DAD AND IItAO LARSEN fyrlng.' fw ".. "III,. Iroik C... Rip ntvllH, boils

.: r> KM to pi in .' MPtr- LAST "INIVATR ''''" ... lolo .1.. ,." in ..!.
Oilldrm WOULD I Mrs 11On
HI to cttt
WO ..40. N' lor in nun .iti horn. FM Rt. "* 5.41 C>rk dod dininf ohm ..,1. .! 9 witty. t<

._ r 01' Ida It ,i In MIX. ._ ,'. to eomt tod tin It mt. la 50151N11 5515545 ..".-.... oo4l It ...11.",. tvtry d'oy Hid
-1..10.. tw Hid fiicioorlco II"j '. Ind .ttk, 10,10 A.M. o II Mlon>,h .

.. (Ml111.04 N 4 Until KIDDIE KORTCHILD CARE liTHWm-- *

D. wHl or 1\\1n' TRAILER SALES Wdttk flf' Hoi Wtik'i SPOTLIGHT
5740 Nw I1k A.'. 171..7 V0WN115uININ
.nMILya.u1S ... Lon VUHI
All "OU "roll 01 015./05 Run

1 liutrtltn ... ... IM lint ? I koop pro Khoot CMk SPECIAL
t tmtrtiont He lint .'. ''n mye.. ...,_. III. 141 t rr Lot lor mMnlim 11.0w DINING *
.,. _.
.. III 151 IIac "ItI" I Mild .
4 Initrtlont It lino f. INNS 45 21 04.TINY 4.04,11. PN .- *

Innrtloni lot lint | TOT ,. 1554 CUE P.. lor Humpty Dumpty COCKTAILS

Totol compu'od bywltlolylng --EOEItAL QUALITY SOT ; tO,10AM. Ki 11 '..101.lit UNIViHiirV INN

chirnt ntM mo I roll PLAY SCHOOL HOMES INC. ., HW--1754 M. Chorootl Sw. loom Imtrto*

I Pins lotv wtm por Hm VhS u5 514 $55 W po.nI. 4LINES 405 N* in* ifPR ._MII Coon loiiod phrlmiMlrhoM t0.rt, CMhlOII MOW I M P |
timid a number if Hummi. $4 055 II. 45 4/001. r ww Hill w.1t My.Etc. 11 m TopPlIAtANI .'.. tor tno prici if t. Bmt>
AtMOIPHIII mg 5415 A M. to OOMV .,_.
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10 Olnt oy W UM?. ". HAPPf HOUR I tt 7 PAL
12 point WOULD LIKI H toot your I w M I (/ '" tar tng trtct of I,

:. Mmt M I ff., gentry typt I yr old Kiid m iny homo. This ipiclol pod 011 HO*( IFnC' ".. A PRIZf STEAK VI tuottd nookt if roMon.MtRrkM
IW lee,., Rood nrt, tf Mlty DAYS Ii AVAIKRLIproTOM MMUIIOM 00II M. HrloM tor HIM Din* md dontt lit
"',. P ...'. F S I MM 415.1 114 v..IM _
tordlol .
: 18 MMIO Mont Part KM fur Ifmooohoro.TMI
Point t III'Ml Hon on MlCntrto. II.I DUTCH TREAT ORLEANS
II FIMALI HELP WANTED .
.54451i',4111407$741! $2.00 I obey. item end h .p.s Ilo Pnont d Norrlt HMIOt Mgrf 012-4411 IM W MM. Art. 11 tut NW IIB it "*tin

All w..otI I 'Oy" I M. I. I :; :: J't LtXI"<_ GLNE4iIL GAI.ESTEAK
-24 fM. Conorol hoinoMrii orx BUrts Ho :
Point Ironing. HOVO awl tromponitloomt Chwoon, Ml ,.. IMOOO ROOM
,_. Phono Oin non commtrciol Id, /4{ dtanort from M ,conh Pt.rvrk* III. Prtr.o md CMc
ry. MOBILE HOMES INC
..
Mmt M I 1 IMM trdMtry Ivpt ". I pn 4 0" O.o11.. horn I AM It t PM I prooorod tu yoor toitd
., NW ith S* ti
PULL41S MAID 1 44.1 N ., City Limit tW IIM H__ Ins ... IM If PR 4IMO.
WIlt, to, at A ttiflngMo. 5110. ,INOOJ 0",

I 36 PIM r t-d ._. ftili_' 11' y.rtill t .sly. E.Ch 14..15S Std ut 400 bit bet In Gaintt* AfrWoarlUIt i.
AMUSIMENTSA05IwS.15 .
-
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COUNTSI G'.L WA"T'D t Wt cdnmf rdl M
CON pricdl '."'."D
lot ..__ 111/411 it wdlIOl bd unddnoM contl/ Vgring IIM 15 N I 01141
I hmt ordinory tyotTht A.alp Pars La15 (_. Pes14.51 $d sp.ciel ,ty. rM' MIN-L'.t -

IMOMIW kM wit not Mrooooniikld G.NI SS.II4 f1rn.111/1/11 CNN. $11.15 cGINUAL .. 2) Vr ..(. E.0.I5405.4 I'JoIILI /o'or 0,5n lclSHELLEY'S ..Mt ':. ..

tot man tnm ondko ', WO.K ( OPEN S AM I PM --1'I Urilt LHII.,,. s._

$5111111 HOOM 511.11101.tor orror 1.05 will NN Pa toy WOM Muot 00 two kj .. rill b* .Hg'iJ, tUh for CLOSED SUNDAY OeM low uow N
my *
tyoo ond oowmo vtriol tulioi 05.1 not NW tot AM. COCKTAILLOUNCIS *
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I J, 1 I CIHII out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra CLASSIFIED cOlh Person to person ADS ads or. for lion commercial ussrs IIlIInl merchandise priced that I

1 10 4 LINES $3 at $100 or less with the selling price stated In the 04. No additional cut. for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds" for ads

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

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tl'' It Reel Ict... Wonted 42 hrmi > AUOH
IS HOMMI for Soil" IS Hoy..' for Stilt I IS Hoy... far JalaR 1) Houui for Solo J5, Houses for Solo IS HOUIOI for Soli. I

101I AC R! RANCH JIOO A:
731 NW "TH PLACE LOT DWHiIII I I I TORE! badtcutn. lantrly 10 .... i-SO-ills. .11 candiliMiyal.c4.Kapad $400DOWNFVary DO ACIlIS 1401 A.
THE TIME small, tot Ion tilt molly that helot You con 11 adaMs torn homo with ,.ro'M' *. latay ...- Ill h.cotl. ond ilharSpcSa. I .... FORDYCEFEATURES Ernest Tew Realty'EXCHANGORS 30 ACDCl 1300 A.Itl .
to cut grMt .. ..... only' 1571 Uu.ro toot under root tor ... oahgInIobtayo. COinclr11ctt turot. Only 9 ... cent down end ottroctlvo I BR, I bath II I ACKII l'50' A,
141 M month' Including, texet ond lull 110171 I lorgo bodroomt SI 01110.11 T.rtd /"t.: :' minimum' coin. Clll 17MI47 toMO home hi exc noighb S r h o od GLADYS SMITH IlIAL TOil
I.,.. dawn. poy..1 irrly 210, Vt bolhi Moionry ContlriKtlon llttaocirtg. .. : ol 811 Norlhtott' 7th Ttrroco. lot lot 140. Monthlypeymenti 1121 W. U.... Avo.
IS NOW. plus 573 total dolingpKtoly coat' Cam. Oil or 6.. torced aIr, hoof, buill.I. Phorl 3127.001..UFICT only 571 0$. II.", and 371.2
1 roeondltlonodfloori from I 3. kltctnn wllh noturel' birch' PCI CAPON FAMILY ;i-ld,2 blthi, I car cerpert, CBI, rof ,..,_.
fo the root Ph PR "2412. cobineti. plus many mor. foolurtl SMALL SORORITY ILila IK* NW lllh Tor MM down to 3 50, I beth CCB homo hill mile 0..111.' HIlt "lOrY auIllflluI 257 ACRES
t WAR HI II W. WISIMAN, Retllor Monthly' peymmtt from Mp ..... .|i. ('| ledroom, ...IIII'd buyer with FHA HntncIng. of aood tithing' .Lone Clow to OPEN HOUSE .IcNalIa PrOuIttY IS.you. ,
bo You Have '1113. .N:..Main. ..It. :... __ ___ N..I 1..11.. 20.000. 'ucin000I I. Call VI0411 for worth ohrubbtry IrM, or will bath .with 4111 Sludy .... Watotl D. 56.500. P11thOiam.r Id plum on IN ocroi In ooI I I
A. Room, MCKINNEYGREEN jo 30- ;'JSIh' It. I BP. tmno In Tm.. H. W. IJrd CI.'rond IPH, trod. ooulty for homo In tmoiiortown LII and 011 .?and *{;, ..DlY1I.I.co. A Loo Jock.., bank with ennuel peymenfl. lIP ot ecret Str$74yorSmcIyoarI.
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wall Pork., HM down ana Pi ,.w. .three bod,..",. Another\ belutlful Myrlck' arlglnol' U ecroogo Bon 025-A or whet C-o Oaino.lliSCOLONIAL have youWrit worm. wood_! "."JJMJjloftoWfcSl'iM In woodl. Pretty _I". Prlctd -
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I Apartment or par "'.. or will rout for 191 por two IN'h brick h...... IraeritiTerm und.r conttrucllon In wlmborlyIititot lu.. StdO 5' H.. 11,01 1 Schdlv 19 Our .l Tewe Property >r only IllS por ..,.. For do-
DEATON n... .h... PR 10231SACRIFICE 1131.1. ....... "'..pl.to. 123.000.. Add your docoroiort Cool by 11dm I'S PM. ..... loin. coll
*. N"W.. ijrd Ct.N. touch to thit homo by chaoilng
UWANNEI COUNTY Realty
House to Rent? KIALTOKI y cura Or Khemt now, Cell University
..... ; Nn IVt 4 bodroom I both p5531101LocatIon M ocreo on Suwonneo River. One
Lloyd tulldtr 171 U ttory )714)51W
t '_ .chltocl 1,5100051Controporary then nrw ttlll under con.ttrucllon 1111 N Main' It Ph
U. I to* fourth mill river front ono hell
both Over
Mm ,In N. W. IKtlon. Cal.Sold 4 br T1
ACCEN r ON VALUE OIl 450 Woodo : REMEMBER- Hero I.10\ 11cc.. the will oultyour .croo Kilhl. HI,000. N, w. Mrd Ct. GLADYSSMITH in kltclwn end .all Rldgewey conditioning. ConttructmCo built- cToi.il' II. *teoturet.1.... king llief bed- by SlIdI 01 Dora. IIaullldI oaks,
nMdi. It hot the\ locollonright For lumptuouo' country livingClll I FlorIda room end 0 022.OO, t5000 domn. bol.... II.. ui to IM hlo lino troct ollind
373.4621.BAISED
by Uttirwood' Ictiool II Mri. Orallno Noytl omitlful Acn Loll. N. W. >>,d 371-iM or rooms, hula ll". CM lad ...C. Call pad.. IM acrei with I 1Ir' b.
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I A rerioi. vacancy hoi t 551 bolhi Pl>. room- 17101Jtl Cl.PANAbI OWNER PIXII COUNTY home 0 tlno inveilmenf and .,1.
11.11a It II priced pilOt' only Gladys Smith, RciltarTH foell this ,It .bolt volue In NW- ',"" 276.1236.O"H'T ISNIWItrI MvmnM. Plo. portuiHv' fiirnl,.... fd M Mil. Lot HI mow you this

t COSTS YOU MORE sIbyl con ... PHA llnencidOno \ W Unlv r! lyAv i. ii Quality and OP HOMI qianily MODEL. ... .colillt 372.5393 I IR I both w/toporilo diningrm you n. own Jjg ....... 10' od coliig. neir ",. Mioa 21 lino property termed nur City
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voir old, Ownon hove I.., ...... Conrttl, he*!, olr-cond. w/ 01 1.1t'O. I by bullt.ln blthln. per cent down. torml orrengd.Phono limits ol Golnoivillo.II .
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left town Ill mutt ull. You ; COUNTRy iSTATI with Lorgo ntroi Ilk. dimwiiher. end 'Interettlng ...11
than the eN that mould ,....11..'. hot.,. you FREDARNOLD T. D.PS ZITII"UI" '.",lIy comfort UK bdrmt He many BMutllul woodfd londic.pnl I AC oncellent" tlor. MOO cjf par monlheffir TOM U. GIlls!. RIAL TOil 1 Acrn win i br livable homo
buy Call '11 MII7. 4.21laIN 40H i. ft of living, lot, CVI dtoncafl walk, to KhoolAuilnc lloor ptymenl.pun Call Fardyco MrtVa H. G,..... Aciocisto, North 01 tow. pluSi rd. waS'
-will rent ti I IH.r.1 LASS WINNT! I or 2 ..It.I' H.., School,. ) lit.SOO w flfxlul. tlnonclngHM 1711710FORDYCE down. PR "'312. od rolling" land
McMEEKIN LAKE "h ....... com.I..ly Into 11.610 for two Mriet.Owner NW Mth D,. 171.m>. I
If you ore .wonting o your round W..I.nd..pod, 16000. 05 $5624att.r wentt alt,,. 40 luuniti Proportiet 10 Acrai with I br Homo on good.
home iitmtM on o booutltul ,lokoottroctlvo I P 10'1. .ocacAdayl. Will flnir.ce.Weil ,d. Wool ol town-l] Acroi Watt
what you rr property 101001511031 SAY Hint.LUXURIOUI' I 1 ASSOCIATIS, INC. ol .town, laded rd MM. 40
HAPPINSO C ITIC7CI4 assI
ol i MetrO end forty at''.. would lno.ll St U. 5 HInts LASS ITERREALTY Oroce Fordyce, Keener ZONED SA131 -) Ado", with 1101611 W 01 tow.
Woll toWll
vacancy COSTS ... 'Idiil.- (. N. I both REALTOR In this .t :by I.I'C COAL uTAh CONSULTANT reduced price I Aeroi nil
corprtlngCuilom fool N. W. 70thhlroat.
trontlnl OIl
Plo, room Plroploce MOMM ALACHUA Dick SlInks PrtncM Hough now V. A Hoipltll
ry _,''''''1... .well .londicop.ed PHona 374oulodtl drollSboab.araoa.. Sera Ooulden Morvoy ...1" 151 l.al dalc. L'CO'H MARY MOELLER REALTOR
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I YOU EVERY oprlnklw" oyilom UNft Homo Opening Sun Dudley CouldenMl In 1500 block Full fleiilll by cillmg -
YOUR CHOICE every *.p. dining room.Plnley O. C. Gay Kit W. Univ." Awl FR 04471
loko lront... Looted II from 1 PM I PM beginnlrg W. Unlv I7tm4BY

; until it II rented : mel.. foil\ol Oelnotvllle' I ml. I c..Id'.......,........... I FHA botn Vllut, Four II).MO to. Auguit U 1311 N.W. a PLompere 3)44 iq Khool..foil. RiDITIONAL RANCH ITYLI OWNIR 1 BR, I both houie 10 University Realty 110 ecret fenced, I wellt M .".
bulb of the Ptl.no Hwy cott .with ell other Ibldr. 2031 N.W. Uth Avenue.Service boom I ye.r old' In dtilroOlo '..... low toxw, onlyFORDTCl't
OI1UO 5400dOw0. .. petture
.Iu.IIt.. Hico for rail, living and slim. and two ot ....., 1 sam" laity air cond.homei Llttliwood ..... Intronce foyer NW...... .FR"1.2631'URHISHID for SIll or 1115 N. Main, St FA 1714)11 pMnul .
YOUR LOSS good timid Call for oppolnt- "VOULL BUY IT IVKYTIWB" It our Motto. glvoi oil to either. Pemlly room. ASSOCIATES 'INC.
IF RENT: mind PR 1-M17. Bine' modeli 111771 on We hac.SmalbhIl w Formal Living room. I 5 I lit, CCI ...u.. GOOD BUY III ALTON
) NEW your lot Smell down peymintt, ,.."'., I bothi. WIll appointed lor 001.. 1600 anuity' SOld 5554m1acrn.ttts W Univ. 171-UMAPPRX.
IS: PER CAY IS: B ACRES d Itdrooml, t baths. lovily woodod Lirge Sorrel, ISII down.PHA Htc. lot 'In arIa of big booullM of Ml mo Call 171.IU' 30 0 ISO1 toned II' Wonderful tt
Ju.1 It'. 10.01 oroo ,In N W. (ocetlon lot CMtrol' Mod. No city fln.nclng end ,Iron Kit 'Includtt built I Inolovo ottor I and ill diy weekIt opportunity, bra nlci
I for o boiutllul home torn. 011900 wIth oxcillont I I ON LAKE .rtg... ,loom ...., dlihwoihor. dlipoulCmtrol '. ond.. Isoolnl, "," 10 good .lnn.ol. 4 ACRES wdl wnoddldnai .
sao "pe, "'.. 01.11 ,,r lay Plenty. of hal lad prlvicyNrar '.,m.. Lend bar ,InvtttmentOr he.l S olrcondltlonlngYou monItor buolnoil ,.opar-ty-027 building Otto Oral < moFt
I d..I..t.C.mpl. Unlv.. Ave. If 10 .,..ted, coli tchool HMO. Call loullor
tIll CHI 371-1111 tor
town Just outiido like Itl
151 pe r "'.. ..... per days3e City Llmlto-and on o pevrd UNDER 20,000Idrocns.lbalhs.bOiai4Itn't SoatuflIul' d ......oom. stv bath" ccn1tlrnpcrany ." Roil Illtt loot. LESS THAN US.000.MODIRN Reol. aIsle Wanted _Norwood How: 171-UOI ____ R..MV_in.1S2I:__ _
nod Price' I. re.llitlc Invnllgolo h,"", acas 'looking' Ills bercic' =
"'.. 51.13 p.r "yt hit line property ... lot Ftncod bock ,ord. .. Wlocotlon. LAKI locetod lUll outnao tho lplitLov.I with 30' Irving We need Ulllngt of I Stolyto.
$0,. you buy Call f P.. MIT.. Cmtrol, htot with ...... city limits of Oelneivllle. A lireploco GLADYS SMITH l room ultro modern kit .... We hove cll.." welling HOME HUNTING? LOOK!
t6d7pe, "'0. $2s pr I.y I I.. .alnd.a. and ,looclafnd alISa. .. Huge: term porch, control femlly room It polio Centre! MARY MOELLER REALTOR +
t ASSOCIATES Pasad lIrsal pAd 10' Call hemlno, air conditioningond l Realtor hut Alrcondltlonlng U<.000.CONTIVPORARY lOll W. li.'.. Avt. PR 4)4471
t61pe, "'0. 12.16 mr day J. ... Guy joyno Butturworlhol. 1-:1122: lday lar .ppol..10. double car port oro lull o Modern | IK 1 belli, terrun
few of tno l" 1111,7,1 leotureiIn mo w. Fhono 372-1311 WANTED TO BUY PROM OWNER ECONOMY
Dad Unlverilty I IR I both lloon, excellent condition I on wooded
J. w. H 1 WllllKIro ,..
.. tin. oxoDtlwiol, homo tltotmull ....... 4 IR. I beth hollow In NW ,
575.par "' IUI pe day Multiple" Lh.7ht.LITTLI00000W15TW000 FOUR BEDROOMS liSa now piuS lstnbliolt.dparA. lot, ottrocllvo nelgheortnod, lOll
.. Bon IDA: CIO Sun, lyingprice
Write ( '
II o RFAL BUY ot Itio HIOUCBO dcli.SI. .
1100 01. plus bmo
.q. It 10th St. Only 0000 1.100 down,
PARRISHPRESENTS locotlon
171:m' m. 12 10 pe, day THREE BATHS PIlLS OF 101,000. aaron.. Pirrflllcl In t.lIyoom. dncrlpllon M mo. Fhono 1713471iHutlhil : .
M poclouo room*. oltroctlvo olonotronl. C... hool S 4-C ItICEO WANT TO BUY In NW .... nonior ,
IIDpe, "'.. 12.. pe r iuyasir.r control I 0alaodalccn." IW 1 bedroom houu Ind ray. SiGHT' AND OPIN TO O'Ui.to very convenient, of U tt PComputl Per.no o' Hornet" model,
ditioning Lorgo wooded lot. Newolomontury lilting |uit reduced by tllM to LUXURY :
school, cloto by Ex 111,500. ONLY 1350 down. plus ... colonlel ityllng, 4 IR, I beth, penoled -
will /Ion
"'.. 12 os yr day PIN MONTH "' .
00 I .. ct. e..l. NI. ..,nirg Ira toelureo Include' pinollod '1.. clol' coiti. lomliy room, compioto built In
I ng Pal prircltal,. Itt tad.. I I... 1. I or o BR CB or Promo, min. .,....
I to "'.. sins par d.y windows 1 block' to school rldo room, Intldo utility room LACK ACKiS o wondtrt u" y .. a madnrn 1 BR home ol your ol I "bothi, I car g.r.. or con kltthon, meny Now polling
pe and double cotport." No clly to>e>, 1300 DOWN Altroctlvo 1 bod- bulll.tr mx' 11.10 pe r irs NUll ICHOOll 131,500. room homo on I1T I ISO wollUndicepod Iccol.. 2 .. roam wllft under P0*. 5.....i ta c ho o 10 onioning.V .
.I.pe I br, I lull bitht CB, Ig kltchmiMckjoi lot lust M mm old brick (Iropl'oco, Hpirolo dltkIngroom. from Good ...... And In :between srI the bolt now
11.:11: 'yI roomoi Immodioig. oc- 'or ronteli, eeprol,..,li. Inrrlaooatoans from Celnetvlllt NO TAX I SIONLVU3 walking dlilinco to Littlowogo' I. h'rt 'lam, waodd 'let Imper- homo voluei In Gelneivllle-ln I I High-
C sip.r rio.' per cuponcyLOKIOA buying' or tolling rotldfiv FIR MONTH. and Woiiwood. Khool.LAHfil II IT'I RIAL tOTAlS CALL ,.., I. Suy.r. lend. Court M...,. Three and I IR
till or bull... .porperty, ( oil I I IArncld mown" from ill.400 to HI.in, 14 do-
PAId flat A COIIpllta OaaI, LaO M show you Inn till home FAMILY' ,lust tho h..... Poiionlw, on or bofon 12loll. -..... ngni" glvoi town biggeit Mlectlonl
CALL 378.1411 I Br, | .. Ocala. block ono .... utah laobca with 1 bedrooml, I bilhi, confrol 4 Mdrooim I ..."'.. lomliyroom 378-1521
I pIll I andica Old. Ihowit by II.ats.rdloc.. ly I lergeocreened cMldront playroom, flroploco .. .' I. py Coal 1.,. C..... for Infoimotion or oppomtmenr to lea. phono Kiik-
oppt.NIW In polio with tunkonflthpool In llvlngroom .. III.lIy Wyrtle Llillter, Rteltor "" ..I....
I TO PLACE YOUR ARNOLDREALTY and oitro deep lot .beouflfully ,.....c.ped yord.NA Wm. E. Olll HarrIS, Patrick sod Pionon 372-1471 or i..t. loloi offico,
LISTING. londKopod. A reol buy AltoclotoKM WRIT BOX I1IA C-o 64lnnvlll' Nl 23rd llvd.' ... Itlh Torroco.
N. W. I br. t ball, Cl and brick .t '17.700.John. UNIVimiTV I ""' ,...., I. f. ill St. .Sun giving ell dol.lll pouiola Including .
I SUN RENTAL Mason Monor, Cont Nt bfiutl- COMPANY I both brick homo. Lorgo living- "locotlon. _crlpIlOll. p1101 ,
hilly woodid ti. Immidlolo ocuponcy. multiple Lining Mombor room wlin NroplKO' toporoto /2 ACRE LOT &Ilnalldibo It ...V.McCOY'S .
110 W. Unlv Avnuo 3719591Auociotn Merrill dl.,.lraanlndnlca f o m I 11 I y -
ADSI rord 1 50 I both C.
WANT new
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JaIl toiaviiilIm room-plui o deUchod study lu.trl..1
i IUO N. W. IrW A... Ihrppord lob Kllkmtn Realtor for working acIdly. from homo titueted en thlt lorg.. wooded GAINESVILLE'SYEARS
311 N. W. 12'h A... ,:. W ........ Jimmy COr_. famIly ..,I.lty. L..,. woododlot. end I lendicoptd lot on NW. lAth .
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Multiple Lilting A. Cent Opal ".C. Double
55 HOYI" for Sol. invesT ---wnlttr 51c0.rdAT Phono M I....4AlUClltM carport, lorgo famIly room, tire. AHEAD COMMUNITY BY
c In "11311 I b,. I Satin Irama nor -I NEW LISTING. Abbott now I bedroom kltchm, end much more. 11,000 MACOMAHOMES
Ii now ,.d. "Idg. Has I racIal, Morcollo FatAl 1 boin centrally ballad \ I BUTLER BROTHERS
) I Ii.r...:, :' : unit 'lnc.nn. of 151 00 a m.nth.0ooPharsducWplc W.14Suckh.nnayEXCLUSIVE and oir-condltlonod ..... on "oufsiDE"tCITY INC. I
m.dal. "' Iii aI tar LAST 'lirgo 100 a 200 lot In Wlmb- ,
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= wit l ;..rl:' .":, '' ulc" ..1.. AREA 'ly I....... .IIt-I. bitches units No City tenet en Mill. chirmlng.
211h A._ hAlO I IP, 1 loth C* homo on N. W. I
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)3"'d..d.. Inc.. 37h47I.AurHINTIC MARY CUSTOM BUILT tor modern living MASON MANOR Nut 4brdroom. 3flh Ave. lull outlldo City llmlto THE 'JEFFERSON"Chormlngly
VIEW ESTATES
PALM
with' no miintentnco Over I both Homo wllh ctntrol HootIng Hugo LR with stool Ii..
COLONIAL an AC*I ol nolurol beauty aId olr conditioning. Lona.lyt.ncadr.sry.'dmak.Ildaal- III,.. CaM bal Moil proctlcai ..
SIN MOELLER ( Demand) N.., Khool' Control I hoot, built- finor pten. For appt. to MO coloitlol outildt, ,
'nqt, W.. .ctIn.wOlt., L.a "bu ="l,1 kitchen! II..d, many ploy .... lor children. Convon call 172-4311. thii homo It mitd with eon-.
xtrto.In Ion! to KMolo.ANCHITTI vonlmcoo lor groclouo cont mporory $16,000 PLOW

: ::: 7 ::= :OE REALTOR Hugh Idwirdi" Inc. hoi nturnid .. UNIVERSITY living Nollco .tinS... .0,4
I :: ;. '. ,. Nontiwnt Doinoivlllo.. DO IT YOURSELF rmmnllot, .. Ap- appileIsd I work with
...... PunhIc.1 IInloh lilt w. Unlvorilty' Avo.PI I .,''m..ly 10 bIas .&ch. Loeiltd laundry, ""..... and (entryitoroeo FHA DOWN PAYMENT
11 Icy car t4471Mombor WITH RUNDOWN end In niod of ..,.1,, on Nraborry. *o ) .. 1111cc. IlbIncti. .. marSh 1111"J Multiple, Lilting awnir .will all ll&.r.nls Id ,lot UN down, I yoori on bolonco. REALTY Thoro ori mroo bod.rwnit NOTHING DOWN VA
CIn''lIy h. t at.ialc.tcdh.lInnosi .. AlMClo... S All' brick front you 111 II A,, L.... ono ocro with ouhimolng floMttocllltloi
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00, yau' yoo' 'n.snd lot In 111" N Moln, It.Ph $100 Colt
I 00,1. L.catd In 2300 blocS I ..0o I. W. Moollor l Poilor Kntor Real platter walllTerrozjo on otlor.ALACHUA convmlfnl. tocollon. fikiui M.M.PARRISH 371.4411 plus two lull tiled doting
NW. 21311 AcocouN. 371.2231.SIclinIly Cfrarlli. M.y. Ihoron Oron I fleorgFormica W. M. M..,... RteltorAitocletrt balllsIlt d o teptrote drooling
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C.mtnoChI.0 Cam"ny17U2H S cabinet'
Sodded town REALTYS S. C McLlctl. Pronk Rnby.Roy hoi 0 tormol. llvlrfl room with I ALLCITYSERVICESFERN
McCarn.T. C. Douglai. Jr. e ........ thing room Slut I
I JWK Air' condition, ng t21 N. I. lit .... 17..2... bIlly room with o llnpliciond
Aria T. SnOt' Reoltor' AliOCIATII. IncH I boiutllul ctiorry ponollngTho I WOOD MANOR
372-8404 .n.1 M 11041 l G... ......CI.c .'. Woyno Hill H.lon Orohom "L" ihopo of tho houoowltn i
'YO(Ui J\KfD\) $16,350 $13,075 IH I Carolyn Pooity Miry porrlin no otiochod two car |o- i
IASY TO BUY and ,.? (. Mii'T: ; H. I. PII" St.- New Homesin naolSndraar- polio I will
3 and Bedroom Models T.....c rOd., 0150 down. ,
Llttlowood two' oolht.lro>, throe, bodroomi. 4 tQ po'..... "y 151 .N,. 212-5371 mono a delightful Hoce to i I IIIv. 127250 up
pirquot llooro. lorgo I .. I
mt NW StMOrolt_ jtm ..... .
living room Auumo ii I 4401 NW inn PI.Tht .
per cent mortgage end e.ocuteMcomf I bod....... I bit, .room ".....
fOR II! a mortgogo on tloxlblo, houH. clow in. nice neioxMr NEW $400 DOWN FHA
..,".. $$1UU l casn VA hOOd. ig lOwer lot, ....... WESTVILLANW Chorming,
WI THINK toot you will tike thi. Tor",.. wollor Itubbo" nc. Ph. MODELS I RANCHO GRANDE I NOTHING DOWN VA
"three bodrawn, two both houie 311.0214IN $100 Closing Cost
,In the Plnliy Mellon HordwoodItrlp .bedrooml I baths, itudy I
Iwnlllly.3 1
U. CCI H.t'
I tloori, mounry conitructlon P50* Now Open 16th A. room living room,
SIralabyaytc i1.ccOcach., .. lomliy din.I
I
Occuooncy
before Thonkion
SlOlntyrrnsMs3c$4cow.. Doily, 10-6 loll room Ilk pvoutl ,
: $$65a. m'Z::; and.:=;.I.ho,Salt,:::: uojuoothly. |7i.IMI'. VIII... Green at 37th St. d...... '..'.dod. 100.000 lON I'' $7516FROM PER MONTH

NW an overilnd lot 101 a m $$150 casn fHA SOY OIKICT FilM SUILOIS;, Wn'
Many ottroctko iMtureij three .rirO rMucod, m u....."" .. .... I Colonlol ond ..._",try 4311 NW' IWI PI WALK TO SCHOOLS
booriiomi. two. b.lh.'V' M. I bothi kllchu.PHA lccltdod. etymt Brick end booS
,.11.. ...trol hoot and snIp! or VA. 1101' Nl lilh Tar I ...._., I botht.Pomlly "PLANNING TO BUILD"Ltt I

2 & 3 be rooms s sGouoges Oroclout IIMOOMOVIP. AN fniionry ACI, ,In.homo Klrkwood., con.trol .Alp.,....H.n,.01... "'Idol howl 10072 I _Mugh ON ilv ROCKY" rdt. ,Ine COINf. 377f71.RD.. "'""" All Mac city _OKivoMoncot.. and torv- WALTER STUBBSInc. ui gIve you on MtU r 4 BR, Brick Front Colonials Now f'usiohingi,


h.et, PLUs two balM onothor, throe bedroomond bod.reemi W. 510 auo kulidIn. III boulIIII''I > II CCI Coll Soul 1/1OMI.w Ill K,.. toulllully londicipodComptololy now dotlgnt. forOolnoivlllo flew mot custom on contracting homCollGtraldOfV .. your I I Pre! $15.825. $625 Down

.. lots I. WH,",'''_ McCoyDay
both for .11. rolo- oroo.North Q
J llvo, or for i iludy LorgoKreMMMl Ml N I. Illtl ItrtOf toN Phone 376.5394 FR 67290NitiFR6SOUor I
Nsw Brick DIRECTIONS Drive West 16th Av
Homes Turn
I & corporis porch, Ii soar.. loo.MonoMy HUGHEDWARDS I I MIH Avonuo Turn : en ..
t I PlaSler.d wtlI prlrod ond Ihown U .....,. I Left on 38th St. or 39th Ttrraet.

Fowmlco cobltiell' by oppoinlment.J. Siophon foitorHeight ......... 171.7071 "W trade houi ." 6-6502 I

!lDlt.I! kstchnsT.r.aczO Oltlco Locotrd ot
r flnora W. I N. Mall Stroot and 23rd llvt. i iI Butler BrothersBUILDERS
114 bMVoomt, built..In bitchon r0MEs1cAa0Mz3Tb. I
: Split vonllbei KIRKPATRICKPJtALTOP. INC. ewilrmonN..' cm nut, V* no I II.I. -I
fiJi, city, uyiIii.s, .down. piym.nt. PeA from I'M I
Sld.walk. It N. Moln It Plume PR 11404AllOCIATIIt 1927 NW 39th Dr. _n- doom ....... I DAILY 37J-S545
NIGHT 376-9041
I Plovo Mothlown I Irene Bunnol 376.7971iij CapItal ...ild.... I Inc.HW Ii COMPARE !
Copt A. w UNCO, USX. Sat. inn plop 4 ux nrtoton
1,250.$12,550
lovlo Klrklind Inn Orim mull OAIIT

r Call .271 tJ61 or V0.77M.I .
A. abash ian "Dashl '1_ Geinttvillo'l nowoif end moil II THESE HOME VALUES
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001,00 Sacs Of : . AT
luiurloui eperfmont bulldlnf ,
I BEFORE YOU BUY
Or 4 Iod...... Models' I Ia -

1ntJ1( LAKESHORE SHAOOWUWN .. _.,. ...,, ,...
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l 1OUc8shA _. TOWERS f. IJTATIJ D OLIVER .nlllll1l111U11l111U1111l1111111111111U1Unnlli SAVE Th. following pm now undorconitructton I Highland Court Manor

OPHO.INO Piwdll ) IK I \
NOW LEASING 'Indlviduol, ityiet Por You oak floors, oerport, TIll I8Ilowl. 610 'lady IIIrIC.y. for ooonl

P50* S Will ........ 0.110 ..... ......1 ....,. lull krlck ... occuponcy : See Gainesville's Largest

$$395 5 cash fHA C .?*...11I.tommunity..:'. matortsl' woeS'C I .W.nice 14th wood.d PI. '01.14000.1SI4N 4 1)19 IR NW.ft bo.21th... HM Av! .dO.III' 1100 N.W. 21th PI. Selection of Quality .
$u would bo
': .... ., por m*. or ITOMdn. ond 355.5 .bIstro, BOOd*.. HIT
ln I* live ki $500 ...... $s6.49 I It II .... .per .month.71SNW.. .
Brlve Wool M N W. JtiK month.Toko 3 and 4 Bedroom Hom.s.I
A... put tIll GIst Iprlng "kv I 4120, 4111 NW. 19th .

l.r.OCII. lot alga 51. "MIt. BrI 16th St

;J HUGHEDWARDS PS 5-0004 your choice .f mar I p.rma.I INIbahitaOldO., |7( 1 Ill BR.maSh t "botht, HOOdn" tIll I NOTHING DOWNTo

90 ooeutilul BrickKmioberry
41" & 4117 N.W. 19th

r: h..... I I IIIIIII'WI.. ,...-..__,___ Qualified Vets ( $100 closing)


INC. a Ketlty/ __ 3S5.bat1Ol0luHN PO' .....' I
$9,000 to $30,000 Norwood $13,400 to $18,200

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29.09> NE 15th St.I' 1)11I(11I f,. I IMOWN BY ADVANCIAPPOINTMINT I Payments from $79.34

176.7971 ..."Mt. II low as ONLY Hope
Ot I. Univ. AdO.Lotn. .
I' Pouf ltdrcomi sod Tw. I No Money Down ..........11I1. 5ma IIIr I Convenient Location

I .JAURT FtATURkS INwLUUR lothi. 191. Nw ,7hl 0 MIll .....11.. 4 **. 4 "H" Iw
I l.d. ..,,11 19'.. Sm.ll I onyounlotNooshly Mttit up "living roam, fomltymite
EJRLY AMERICAN Swimming Pool e ttcrooJion Room Dams '''''.1. Priced for INr..... dinin. -.
FIREPLACE I HOME Acret a t Plcmt Craupdi *) Central Heal Quick S.,.. .. Kroened porch BR.k ,\ Trod. Homesor
,tc_ !< .."'. down combuillln -
f All bhcSlctlrhlr .ralti I C Control Air Cend. laundry lacilitielStoreta Two. Chouo Lottlranttn ,.,"' .." I plltgly Iandlllaaood' all Property ,

worth ",...... panryd lackon S Gorbogo Soap Churl little I opoHonco>-wondorfulbut
t lomliy roam Schhl.Nt' i ktwith C Pavad Parking Aroel lifhted Sido.olkt ,? I 13th Streetd as as loliriwolly, lie 1110' olomll.
411'. brooktoil bar C 1 lle eforj .* fOnd A...,.. Look.l $56.00s. I -II l- _....., lIP ALL OUR PlOWtl All'
I lovimly I londieoc controlOwotlng l I"f *of oportm.nt I lo<.. I OII preprty Lot 00- OPEN POR YOU TO IM- J

1 t air evotlllwilng' It..? Look of tke..! H t...- dOW lcd HrMt Choice I 376-4456
f b NW: ..... ticollont tirrfllvollblo. PHONE hanoi hot would' be fond lor I..d,.,. I.dspalcy.THE a.oncSaq loll. YOU WILL JusT CALL. 1

I FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT 1....'"."' """". ". I
.Iod.d. JAMES CO. lID I I. tN ITilIU
I 24 Hour Setvi .> Builders
< end
< Th... pa .131I1 ot 00 #_ I Divclopcrt
I I SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL S DAILY sod moon more are 901 W.... Rd
ront *5(1110105(11I e.o.lo' >l..
HOI S.W. Ith ST. U.t HWY. 441 Phase 172.2J2T I Sole Office NE 23rd Bl-d.
L I JACK DI
YOT .
lven...i 172- 44Iluildon Momo.r ol Home ,..lei. .
I" 'Ge- ...",...d ......

Butler Bros. BUILDERS 'U N W. IJt, ..... Home.4kilb.rrp Atovclefieo .* 6iwtvillo I II and 11 rh Terr Phone 372.3471

,2-7071) .1 I 372.231))

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[-., iJAllUIANieJI.elUe.Dry, .. ... I' N. I.. lbS.. 2 bI'. OUCCO33FUL r'IooC.A'' UNPAINTIO ".... u'N'r.r 4s11SosodleIuoclDI '56 fORD VI. lbS 1101I CUI'I04.IT w.,..... ."" '. "" ." .,.Irr--
01''I ""It CI" 11m. I N. W. I InMARY 511115. Icr NOe lImO t10051 II Is, Cc I'11Klocs.d 'GS -INC V... $144 fI'.. Iacaglleaouly, ...... 71noI t.5 ... lo'I
tfI fA ,..... .reid... lore 111111 Irrno.pin MOELLER, REALTOR tIll loIp "'11_. CoIl PN 51'sny tels ..... 11I.1 M PORO V *. 1'itien oabiM tin.t .l3. 00.9.' Cal Tdls'l o111' I 0110
11.1.
loll w. Unly Avo. PR 4tr\ _SIll. AI Hornier 14,01(0 I.aIlk C"'LL I't-SOI. ; BARKLEY
ciiM ...- RALPH aacN.cox .iii
Dick WAREHOUSE H Oft it, 1151 51111.11 1loLll1bOCI
II V*. Unlv.Ave list N' fth It. '" I INc IMPALA luim Soot, 4 Spood. 1111105... 5411,1 $1121 May II INn
'SJ'.J.IItr. I 1111o. .. 41 W.Ilt04 .. SqCOIOUWANTID" 01 I. Ma.lt P* 1-4371 '144 CMIVROLIT Impel" IICaupa. bh..oo.
1,1014 Y. Sill .. .. = :::: 010111 01 IW $1110 ..... or OIlS PS
' 51010. 40* c* M. 301 "". 4 en el 31)5057.
lmetoly" I* OC'Ofc beaulmil.to ... ..... nyr. 1m'n .
Aepro c." 11We3. lilt near Me new : .
$57
**** running thru SINGERSLANT0MATIC CKHVIH MTO Aedoorbardi.il.
All U.L aid olnw hlto. Hck bvferlor
I' ImMe city Tim I 3 (R. I earn tarerga guoronteal ... "'. p.in. ar* A"I..... il.. W.,1.4C.
..- ".. 111 tKuao l In NW wctlen, toIltrto float ..., IllS Paul ,H l-la)*.
__ on north by tth Ave eon .. Mv.l .,..... good location 0 apartunlty -. $371
_..... eeuth by Old II.'. far Inch w eitpnOrd half lolian.P.IIII H.DSMOIILI. 11*. Pt AT, 4M. CH' tn-12" .101.10.. lonul .... III
R..d No. H. City ..,., lid ottupaney 171.axu. STAMP t COIN....SHOP A_ ..I, Nd. lnsrp .and condition. ejoa.. Call, FR 1H Crt'r'LlP. Mrp.rl---hard;: C_....,. Al, ....- low' MOTORS
lOt W. Untverilty WIng ,11I out 0111. Moles buttic. Aller M f'1o1.,1 PR t-
omagi. .$3llibN." ...,.Unfilually.... goodP $dn.nlI I N I In fern... IlItlIrt., ........... Ii 110.00. Mid tic. top. MX.* "'.. Will' 'take slim Ire IlolN*. frI II ION It.
.. coli ,
.. IIOS 01 a04 ep, WI Sot toed P0101111011Look ........ Pay bol. Ia 1111 orleNs tar In Ir CH J mi alterH -WANfro- -
OKKNI
TOM U. Realtor 'O'OVC' Arount Year H..It'or 1IdA0 4-DR M OLDIMOIILI Pb.Pa S P44
...151.3t i AUOCIATIS INC. Odds 14 P040 0.o'. sip pay._ .of 01 par aut. .,.....,...... l.cellenfCondition --n:
hAs.TOil coli SntO Jimmy Crow ,
UICK: LlSabn t door Clean. $104 can Pay top
.OTM..I
'U" if 1150.00 pr lOll lvinM 0AW.Uttln. 0500(51 .,. Otn. DtI. .1..1110. 10.Tb Neil offer. Cell 1 .*I7I HIM, PI pg .
51"36 iced! IctIdItIlot CIII lob AdSSS. PS 4.
__.112..11 or id'tIII, A11111111L.' ..... alter l X. -
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frill of 1111 icnso for POR RENT OR IAII I 1- belt Utter ; IdOl NI IfIN P1.. Cliv. _

j total. *f 160'.01. loc of Iheia rm. llvmnml. (,?,..tR.M"I.| 64 HouienoW Good on........ |) unai* alack IIkuew IV ORIGINAL Owner Lai lal. 374.3025 POINTS THE WAY ::
tracts ll located an I paved highway bath Rapamtad' CC.. lobs M ock, HIM complete $0.It. WIde Track ,...put tdoer ae.den.
*pproxlmetly Ill mllel : legal Phone 4M.11II. prlvlol PLAYHOUSE 02. Vml,0, lIP f North of Alechue' and V* mlin living rn.. CMAI New premium ww fire. AHLeatheron I 4 ..... otseodard tr_ I
from 1-'" Another 4 acr* par.cot Two bod...,... claae to Khoal and Oat graanfoit ..... sUITE Wl WAN. TO buy late 0541101114,0fflgon.NYi. Interior, Paoery Air I _. .e"'tIIt' 1SsOpIrtI.I I
My I mile eouthweil of los "" adcIl, $ on'y.P""e 3740500 iMcepilonaily HioftWILSONS'EXCHANGE Conditioned, Radio. Hooter. Ice- COHVITTI-".' '''. ]M Hf, "'... 171I. I TO BETTER USED
the unhranny J. W. KlrHpehnek _____ FR 6-5724 10101CM d.cyl 5040 $110 It MPO. low itlcli Peal'.tractwi. premium I I.
Agency II N. Miln PR t- 39'4GERANGEGood P5.015 214.4014 toWs I 'J#, 371. rubber ww. will cnnalder trod.

IdOL 49 .*..... F. RIM condition UO Cell III 11. lit ttreet PtMn* PR fre47*. 1141 0101110." 111, Ceil far ..... ymu.a I MELTO MOTORS

320 ACRES I 3e-l75t alter I'. PA.REFRIGERATOR bUWllNOI UPMOII1IRVChalra IIISPOSD PALAXII *N POP.KHI lOGO Suim caTpoTMw ; III ... MAIN IT. PS 4.1513

SCEET room w rant. k,tcnanaltagot low 01 M. N. money 1. *. l.celienl..... HSM. AIM' CARS AT THE
.M mil hlghwpy frontege, in Not end inane furounad frener.i donS Iow.- -cyl. AT. WW. RkH doori. ......,...-...... 11*. aa tt, lu*. I ,
acre* cultivated fenaed end and prIckS, entrance. Men only Lk. new> aeparat I7WnI PIne n'''''..... ptakM *nd *.. cllent., _Ion. 1TM NtIrth John PetrlcK, JT-IIW.
cross hOld and ho.11cc. HIM _I,. PtMnp ITMJal. l livery ....... AH work *uaraafeed. > It. "" -12". I
.,,10........*. A reel Inveit.mont IA'V IOUIPMENT Nrtf owolltybpthlnatht Phone I7e7te.rv '
af lily 1121 pr *cr. with LAP.GI ROOM carriage, """ .... w- '41 RAMBLIR CIIUlC hUh, Volue COMPLITIAUTOMOIILI BEST PRICES
LOTs TUD' Rated
trm CIIIANGLE W/lltnln.lgr' prIvals "' play chair" get*. llorllller, mlK.HI candltlonlng. end put*. tram.minion
1'1 got A-l rebvin WASHIRI
ball _..
e14 jeal. M old end 37.111
REAL ESTATE :l7f.176S.T.A..GAHL'IA R1P4IRIOualify
C. L. Angle. grater 411-731* 374.3711 ____ ODYIRS. PRIIH A PIIHWASHIRI.!. Rcepi.GIRATORI .. mL IHO 1744MIIilERCUR Used Cars Vial CII

0. J. Angle' ......,.'. ROOM In private. ham for meturemole T1ld5oafSM00lldlll54l. gun* V Its STATION WAGON lilT PIICII
urn Nv nth it :ir !eT itudant or builnail, man. 41 loitod end Ouaranwod mm Uf b* r whet hove you WaIL frenl, radio 1 heater. goodflroa B&G MOTOR CO. 17411115SOUTHERN

jtgjLiSgSi """'.... **. f Ratrlgeretar Ranora from U* vpIt A-.I HANDYMAN IHOP M 414241 ,.It'.I; condition.. On own I IN TOWN
41 Colon1 Property w.I .-* from lie vp "N'-JUic'-- or I Cae.llac Oloimab.l

lie I QUIlT HOW.I for maturelludenl 0""... front .... vp At mill 71 cents oak' Delivered II. $3 GALAXII' NLINIII. N 51. IIPS. 2001 NW Uth St. AUTO
LOlA or builnaii ........ I ,.... ...,... frwlo lOt opI Cell 411."" Tom barter Hwy Cr11111 0 M.'Ie. SIAN 41 I tatei A lame*
I cm ttr In bayl' linir.II 376-6046 D'- tnrn M* vp Ml Hawthorne COMET I ON. I 1 H. 5073, *l| N Mat* MI7t .
Nil fill right prfc*. cmI 11 TV 5001 115011 131 IC31N cm aunt betwaor 11 PM >iin 61 CIsivy 62 FahIon.di0a .
S7I-I111. I.clo.; : .. h,, delly maidaarvlce. V0Y115 APPLIANCI I co. RAND NlW'Ide POOLE.CABLEMOTORS
ute of phone, ife.m dIP NW Ith AvePhIth 171.1WCLIAIANCI Nods and Chun IWII re.cllnera '63 OLDS JITFIRE NUIOP. Ill. Alp 501. AdSI? lidOIa P5410LI.
MOVI INflow SOP II racleri Illfl.Ivorythlng .... .......
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eCI I bod....... erg beHt. hoI' Nse.icabul.. *" Ni ** SAL.MovIng la dllcauniad H.. ... Otter luy .
I'. 374,133.PUSNISHED. WO lIlt NW 4th Ave.
1000,0. Low limo viym.cI. boil.Id soon to os. lacllli.. mann WILLIAMS' SIRVICI CENTER
I N.I. lOIN TerrMcCoy ; .OOMI Ii. 11.101, II"?,. "'."'.. 40511 to .04015stock. $...homo Rd 112-313' iiM"'i'.. PklX luntlr Red. DODGI-DART $1295 $1295
gulldonam flow c__ 370 IW Ilk AOL NII"Y NY P4011110 314NW new erica 140* lecrllk M HIM
1'eneomghU CoIl Phon PR nmDINCTTI PHI SIASQN IPICIAL. until .. TRUCKS
370 1700 37110 lI-drIll Only. Ave Trade occepted, tlnoncmg VOLIj1AGENMILLERe
Now 10 only" Living roam olio"
17HOUNOMII ...
Ml. Uil ...,.. bUi IP 01 HtATIR plus eur *aaI Call tn-an. It* II til Av*. OT 4341
FOR SAtE 5 IMnc. Rental Clieit at drawera. tUi Couch and cyiinoenb PAW eemptei normal 1959 T.BIRD 64 Pontiac
111 '-.... II urn M. ftfth chair 115. Malm. ATI-till otter kietelletlon. ready to fieateanomkeihi. 61 Me.cyry
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..... Small down payment TRAILER SPACE d. any time bun. aH for 144'U total PULL POWIRPhone Ctl.'In.' 4.4s.r ........ w_ 4d0O. aIr f.m.pc.or
monthly .payment u/ folkS. catt. only $100010101. __ PR HIM after I P MIS II .-.- ps.or 4111501171. 05000 .-.....
Ala. Mrxoa Null on your lot POR PINT DISCOUNT PROPANI IP lAS MIPCURV hardtop Pt. 'andaaall. I GAINESVILLEAUTO ........ au.II' Iron. power 137400. $55101111

WIlt' 0* down payment ptipp. M MONTHNtwharry Trailer P1t11snwlhrly Archer ".... FR 4-in Radla. vary deen m *a.Calient SALES "" ....... 113315 1111111, hnlOI.0ll540.Slfae.$3Q95 .
ma Plc, PRICES condition. Phon P* \ rI '
SINGER Wei alter t p M. I ItO N. Mil Si BROWN $1295
W* undersell gvgrybocV.HENORIX ....... .
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41.1 COLORED RENTALS SI-A W......** T. Rent AUTO ZIG ZAG lOW 11143 PLYMOUTH GUNO PNIX t '. dMr PONTIAC Parr, P11... FR 2-6111 1010 I. Unlv.Fl ....
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NOW! RENTING FURNITURE CO. Imooselat -'t 000pI fully IqIII500dl, coil Norttxentral Florida 2.Hn
FOR IWMKDIATI' OCCUPANCY NW sm ..... of tetti a*. kenl nlc' *. N* attochmcnr need.ea "" 1'onl... P5 1-J41S Unl.lty U-
COLODCO ultra modem I I' du.plea 2 BR UNFURN. HOUSE Perten with' good c,...t taO. CIty 'onll._ _ Dlr
',,, .. lodepn on. largo and 62RambIer
living CALL JTJein up pay at M ma. ar pay bakanc
'H.. modO bItChc.c .11II 6t Miss .,.. S*<.. 1.M PLYMOUTH daor itrelgMClean. I 1. Ildltw
fan..1I.'ntI..,lit eterage c_.. torraifloor FO' INMIOIATI OCCUPANCY .*Oon of 17*Del Write aalnaavlll' Jimmy Croby li.' ....... _"", NW ml..... g.trs Complete I .._. ....v... .... hO.'".
0. *. Mia bathi. apaca hoof 1 50 UNPUNN. HOUSE KODAK PNOjCCTOf W/wta. teed Ineaa.KIEP MM CHI PR HIST: alter OIl IlIdlIlelad' noel fIll.

or and hot wit, haaiar. Kill Coolant W. T. Gnat C.. and rewind AM, I "' .... camera --- -- ----. I 110I._ _ BAR1LEYMOTORS $1295
tlaa for wattling "'och''_. ana 314.4273 and tleodlighta. All In pod Sat carpel cleonlng .AM.LU Dem Hetlon Wag. Stockof $1595
paved ..,..,.. lee ot "I. 14fhtar. --. 17471 atler 4 ".10\. unill I,.. Hue ultra .obIem'l a* III*. lateHant aondltWu .
_, 52 I....'.. Wif wall Rant electric _m .
of tall for J7> '" in NW. Mtn Tarrece. FR
>m nr in irn I I TON. Verk Air, C no1llo..... TheHI McOanlell Pumllur C*, n* .-.201 tr PR l KM. :
wed t me.. Coal tMe tall vine mopping Center I

45 urtiiih.d Apt. WOULD refined LIKI lady In to my board homo one 110I.elderly, ...., for. 1150 until May. PII I f e )10. 30" Cih.nlA 010 ,...... ... 1371 FO.a. no SIll reodad. 3.1.. "''N THI AUTO GAMlIARKLIY I Ii 63 Ford 6lChevy!
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m MU 111 ccotO .
5O 00,051010 pin \II.
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bedroom with private, bath. Tlontsbal.incsd COunt c_" 11. P111011 )71- S THI NAMl" : 1965
Phone after I PM PR f-les 0111.11 4dosr.
IN WALDO fumlinrd apartmanta mean,. a day eonitantcompanianinlp. GlAND. OPENING. luMiyWlm 2040. 2201 N Main SI.I ." -'_.Nerd.$1295
PrMay lalvrdey
Per ,
Interview
I IH and campiata kitchen andbalh One repotteued II ,anat DIAMONDING
",I..,.. all utllltlaa inpllad ,. contact Mr*. Helen, Tfllmin, every I or more gill gel Perfect .,.... Con-act Cll. I FR 2.4371F0RTHECORREC' $1999
Ph _111'. IC 0 ,... Kevilano $Height PI.*. free carton of Papili. ar M extra liana tank 17I-M7I.,. Leytejl STRIKESOVER i FORDS
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'" TV ........ with ovory ireei or iii,. Afolnod.PONTA0I.l .
TWO I* apt hirnllhed ....,,! ROOM AND Ari'o- fa.* and oil change t tree cartonlPipila C52 Rambler
Itaaf N llr-condltlonlng. Avallabla' NIc ..n _.. Private Noon or log e<,,. TV piampa.Prea fane recorder like new
Nm. lit to January lit. Call. nI 517 SW lilt Pt Pepila, whll your oar llaervlced coil tin new, will accent re* Uclud'lnf' T-IIrd. Mui.fnga i
TIME 6) Chevy II alp' _'"tol...
IH-4MM Preo kibble' |un for .0'' otter Cell lie-on Is s0.
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NIWLV| OICOP.ATED APT*. C... 51 OHce-Deik Space the kide. Tire repair lor rK.Creew I Nt... ..- -... ....
logo atuoanta and couplet, withaut lob for etc 70 Ror-MrlM lvlpIf 1 FR 2.1411 FlcntlSHAW ::1 ::"..: ...,.. bib 1. $11 9 5
thlldran .,.,rod. Call" New.barry SICURITV lUILDINd MARTINI 44 (IRVICIfX 7 .:
47].ms or m.2371. 110 W. univortity, ..... Pint Clan t. Unlv ..... IAP1TRAKI SALE Cogrtgty Of

EFFICIENCY APIS OHIce Span. Air, c..... navetor NEW TV ANTINNAt. knvaat price With M HP 1."" i UIII."ity CkivKlerh. $1795
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15* MO. avalleWe periling.Call' ,,,Janllaraervke eaaMor In Is... f X II llneleam 14.iflreecraM Pine far open wetor* Main" M. it Hid Ay*. _ 61 Renault
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102 W. Un''.. A... Danish rnodarn recllnpr cfielr, wagonwrtllg
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I 374 2511. A. L. KIll.OPPICI Ml II gauge iheigiKi. lllMi with top, vinyl In- ....., stectAl. .
4 IK, l'' koifilt cempntely, ratnodaiad 0 P 4 C S AVAl1ANL5 load bed. 1190) D''....'. *eia, '6) 18 HP JOHNSON MOTOR 1"00. V8. autemaMcIronimlulon brIko. .
1101 iw im Ava. \ Dt.nIoo, CenInal foal I AC.: bIds, c..I... '.b'''', heater, dl,.h. ''H' NW 3"1 AVe I h 59 Renault -
radio ot. I
Walk la dilL. SIt I t* 4 M e*. book and tnlboakl Odds and KEETER $2395
rev ms Cell LIlliten 1t..II.
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UII<2 54 Iaelsusf.tgI.* 111 PAULINES NW Ith Aol ,EMINOL. urn..'. slanco, ,_ '1495 ill IM IMITTY you AT i iI $445

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Pita, :chloe PhObuIPI MOO. P. WVtaiker : MOTOR CLIII ,

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..... Available" ImmMlately. PinnaM 3768268. I typewriter. Parted. lor.Itudantt u PO OM n1mod V'wagen I P. 45111 510001.' 1-loon. ...,.....

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and $ Mi lM1l M Hirt Mr. lk fH
typewriter, I adding' 0,1411,0.n.cd new and clod partinea 1795 : y, 5sdlleoIsg.
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available In th* lndufrtry > LIKE NEW 1964 price love ever USA Motion 6 .......
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bullneil' ton_ or C. .. Plnenclng also' elect 0-mallc twin needle llgingDora I.. 751. 01111,001110.' eyl itandard tranimimon' $ 6 95
pie. Retired ...,.... No ,.,.. ovallaole; fa gualll .. In.dnldcal. buttonhole' ...re..". fmcyititchM ---ru-.roI.LAii ii'iiM'l' locutIon tranioorfotion. NO GIMMICKS !
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I B10ROOM unfurniinad kouie SIc W Ufti.. A... 315 1351SIICYCLE KAY ELECTRIC GUITAR"- New 1 1965 GMC Pickups Chevy $495

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Pr e-HU. Mn. BeVllle_. SHELLOIL owl. .w.u.atla swIng $3 151 Ilan 171511. Isosalle Naocmo.low
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lInda al ItO par _'h. C'OIO' 10. iVPoil.WO; Sptclal. V-6, itgndard .... 62 Porsche

Call Unl....," H'ty.' 12-4JS''. CO. real wall gergaln, at l 21. MSH .eivme PJipemiiad bolencei SpOIlt n* down organ pay tronuniulon, heater. solId 1788 $2195

2 BEDROOM hous., $60 prmo. loll One Cell 17HUI ......, bl.... bee'
BABY BED GolDily, MUSIC co.
Oil 376.7466. Two xcellent lervlc nation W/woterpraer mtttreur lIly crrlegti G.Inn'1t $11010101 Cmen 1795 $2995

Th,. btcI,..... two bath In con location ovailoblg for Im.mtdiat ploy...... VHm\ $710351 _ 62 Plymouth
11101.011 N W lillian Sill per |gg *. Thrl w..k| hide AND AlSO HANOI

r.0IN. 37.314a. company training to euurgtuccdii Try IM before yov.buy Ourplaelolbpi 65 Mustang!
PHI Chevrolet fnanooIs.lseacn.: I
$31 NW SI'h It. I SN 110101 10 Financing ovailablg IIUVICI. DIRKTOIVAOVIRTIlf 62 Tropical
I Clvtivo dealer for tt -"
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FR 2-5333. Mini 4'Door itat'on 45'l $29956J
._ 1131W 371-0131 0010.4.1. PO'tt"O. power neenncj

WILL Ooao,001. n rawanalolo parlyCL01I g j' conditioning radio, _
solid wtiit*. Pontiac
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And BusinessAuto by lOt 1011._or.Uft"AtI'1..... 27.P14100..... CO.. '58 MGA 220 NW Ith A, .. FR 2-2511
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WoMut or Managanyllman toltd r4 $1. .... 0100. bilWo.. 4010 15411aln
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BulldoiingIMALt modeling till I. Pint Hreet $795 $2..395 $9956J

USED SPINET PIANO
THIS IS YOURINVITATION
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Per tree oetimeta I >o>aefeedl > TO Oldsmobile
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16 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, November, J, 196. __ .__ __ __ _

'Camelof Musical SlatedAtGHSNavemberlSU They'll Vote KANSAS Election CITY,Twins Mo. (AP) -1
At 94 and 99
Barbara and Beverly Zook were

If IfI I WILMINGTON, Del (AP) dubbed when they"Die were election born 28 twins":years HALLOWEEN

Among Delaware voters today ago on the day FrankHn D.
x will be two Wilmington women Roosevelt snowed under All

aged 94 and M. Landon, Today's presidential
f election Is the first since 1938 to
Public presentations of the : It Is taken from the original mer and Joe Bryant play the Florence E. Crumlish, "99
all their birthday.The .
\: Gainesville High School must book by Moss Hart. The words three main supporting roles and 9 months old," says, "Pve on i
sisters, now married, are
f cal "Camelot" have been aet and music were written by Allen Janice Ridgway, Trevor Byrd, never missed a presidential TREATWINNERS
Barbara Wooda and Beverly
for Nov. 13 and 14."Camelot" Lerner and Fred Lowe. Donald Johnson, and Lynn San- election and I've always voted and
Mr.
.1 Mull Their parents are
of This combination was a Broad--defur also portray important
Is the
story Democratic. ,
Why my granddaddy Mrs. Don 1.. Zook. All live In
Arthur his Cue- hit with stare Julie An- characters.
,
King queen way voted Democratic with a suburbs of Kansas City.FISH .
nevere, Lancelot and all the drews, Richard Burton and Rob The Knights and Ladles of quill pen."
knights, and ladles of the court. ert Goulet. the court are Joe Bryant Trevor
:I It presented by the G H S The three principal characters Byrd, Terry Camel, Mel- Emily Washington, 94,. says,
J choruses, Guenevere, King Arthur, vin Gaswell, Tom Cole, John sf "I'm Just a little old woman.
The production Is directed and Lancelot, are played by Davidson, Adrair Gar r e 11, Politics Is men's business."
1 musically\ by Mrs. Catherine Suzanne Martin, RiM Danburg, Frank Gross, Don Johnson, But, she adds: "I'm going to
Murphree and dramatically by and Steve Myklng respectively. Tommy Lane, Larry Lip. MISS MARTIN vote Democratic."
Mrs Mary Elliot. I ly. Small, Dennis Sony ham, Neil Mayhew, Sam McLaughlin u CAN COX FURNITURE Child WI"".., Kath.i.' .

Eddie Reed, Clarence Program (Wayne Lee, Reda art Adult Wlimtr, Lynn WelkerChild PensPERSONALITY
Rutledge, Steve Sheperd, Robinson, co-chairmen: Mrs I WI"".., Limit/ Cake. SHOP
,I Danny Tillman, Bill I I I Wells, Peg Westmoreland, advisor); WE COTS CHACI ft KITCHENS Adult Winner lull Davie'

Jimmy Whitney, Cathy Alver- Properties (Tony Burroughs, Adult Wi"".,, UIM Lest ZALIS
ez, Candy Anderson, Mary Jane Roper, co chairman); .
Child WI"" ". Irtoki Adult WI"".,, ',..di.
Jane Bowles, Vicki Brlnson, Publicity (Candy Anderson, BIG Furttrtm9AIRD TwhrCkiM
'Kathryn Brooke, Tony Burroughs Posters; Linda English, Radio; FRY Wlfinor, Suun VI".."
June Coffin, Elizabeth Mary Jane Bowles newspaper HARDWAREAdult
!kM1 4 Crozier, Judy Davis Janis Dil- ). 'CAUSE WE EVERY Wlmitr, Miftl. Lad CHIRRYS
HirrltmCkiM Adult Wi".. Vera ColllmCHISNUT'S
gren, Linda English Jo Anne "
Mrs. Anna Lupkiewlcx, a CHARGE SO LITTLE
Fulwood, Linda Greathouse, I prominent Gainesville music WEDNESDAY WI"".". Ttrrit Smith

I Wanda Hertel, E Y I In Jones, teacher, has aided the soloists C rent a car ";.1' MITCH ILL'S Adult Winner, Mor|.,..
II I Cherrle Karnes Judy Karnes, Choreography is being done NIGHT Adult WI"".., Jam Ott.r C..chMcCRORY'S
\ Sharon Mathls Carolyn Mc. by Mrs. Margaret Hammond. .CONOU B PM to O PM Child WI".", D.",..
r Call, Pam Priem, Joy Roberts, Profits from the show will I .399 z0m. athIOWJIRD W.kl.reWOOLWORTH'S Adult WI"".". Mrs Ah
Reda Robinson, Cissy Round- be used for all ,Chorus trips diliholmUNIIR'S
tree, Donna Oil imuranct All IncludeNO ,
Lynn Sandefur Unclad in -
during the g
year .
Adult ,
Wimnr K
DROP CHARGE "r nJtffcHt
Teague, Kathy Trotter and Kay transportation to district and
{ Whitehead.The TO JAX AIRPORTPhone Adult WI.Mr Mn. W. H.
Tickets JoflnionJ .
state contests. are ,
Child Wi"" Miry Lewis
I.I.i available from chorus FR 45-16<44 I.",..
1 f art direction Including any I OFFICI AT MANOR MOTEL Mir SERVICE SHOI
i ... and member or at the door.
-" ------ -- ---- -- --- scenery costuming, is *, FRANKLIN
...
-- ---- ----- 2830 N.W. ;Adult Wi" Mn. 0. r.:.
headed by Mrs. Helen Philpot. Gordon :Adult WI"".", Gladys McR .
Opera Tonight She Is assisted by the stage 13th Street I I /". LICHTIR'S
VARIETY STORE
j ; For
crew and the costume committee TransportationTO
Adult WI" Mn. Jo.
"
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Adult WI"" ", little S.
Carol Court man, right In the role of Muselta and Judy Davis, chairman.The Phone .t 1 .r' H"" ". *. A. HtrmndfiRUDDY ,
Mary Beth Tell at left an Mini will be heard In the production of a musical I THE POLLS I % Child Winmr, CarenZimm.rme. '
Boris Goldovsky production of Puccini's "taBoheme"tonight like "Camelot" Involves much FR 6.6586' S
at 8:15: at the University of Florida gymnasium. behind-the-scenes work. This Is 11TH PHARMACYAdult Adult Winner, Mn.
r, The opera Is presented by the Lyceum Council handled by committees with Phone 376-1203 Wi" .., M... Frank L D. Myrkk
Tickets for the performance will be available at the student chairmen. I .,.,...", ,...., L. S
door. The Committees are Patron I AND VOTE FOR Child WI"".", Tim !" ,* Speed
tickets (Trevor Byrd, chair- G C. MURPHY SUPIR-D
man); Tickets (Steve Williams, BARRY GOLDWATER Adult WI"".,. 0 L. Adult Winner, Orthr
t Vice President I! Vote Returns chairman); Costumes (Judy I U"........ .,"."..
Via Davis, chairman); Souvenir Ipd. adv.l
Choice to Get Syncom I
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st t Security Guard Voice of America will broadcast
election returns to the Far East
WASHINGTON (AP) With tonight and Wednesday via the .

: today's election will come an Syncom II communications aat-

Innovation in security precau ellite.

t 1 lions protection of the vice The broadcast will start at Ep.m.

I presidentelect and his family hours.. EST and last for eight PROOF OF RESULTS .

whether they want It or not.

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tonight Secret Service communications satellites, are ,, ,

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