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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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89th Year.No. 104 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1964 NEWSSTAND PRICE We
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WASHINGTON (AF) President Johnson rode a
massive tidal wave of votes to a smashing victory over
Sen. Barry Goldwater and promptly called on all Americana
to "face the world as one."
Elected with him in the deluge which some key Republicans -
survived was Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota
who in January will fill the present vacancy in the
vice presidency. 4
The 56-year-old President who has served 354 days
since the assassination of President John F, Kennedy said
early today in Austin Tex., that no words were adequate"to ,
really express the feeling of this occasion"
"Most of all" he said "I wish to be equal to your con
BURNS AT JACKSONVILLE RALLYBurns' fidence and to the hopes of all of the people of America...
H* said that- now that- the
election is over Americans must
And Defeat "face the world as one."

"I ask all those who supported A >ZY(
me and all those that opposedme a
Win Shy to forget our differences
because there are many more
a things In America that unite us
Y than divide ,,
us.
Of HopesBy 1)1 Johnson 11'01his first elective y

: White House term by battering 'e
DOUG BAILEY down Republican bastions
MIAMI (AP-Mayor) Haydon : et 'il R ev across the aatlon. Maine and '
Bums beat back surprising re- 1 M I1.f Vermont fell in his column as

sistance and was elected Governor .j. ______ did usually Republican Kansas.
over a brash opponent who ,, ., ... '''' 'I<<" "JJr"r/ Only in the South, where he
rolled up more votes than any' -. -. =; 4r" -. -- --- : lost five states, and possibly In
:Republican candidate for; state .. .'.'.' : .1..FG.' ._. .': .. : "; .. Arizona did his surge falter in
office in Florida history._ I ...'.. .: the sweep toward the greatest y -
Although Burns swept all but 4 .r' -t': ;' '. .'!.:..i presidential 'victory of modern
j ,. 'i. times the in
a handful of counties and ended .. largest ever
up with a margin of more than '- : .,.." terms of votes rolled up and
220000 vote?; he fell tar short -- .'/.t... margin over his opponent.It .
of the million votes be predicted lent Goldwater the conservative
he would get .' who offered "a choice, not
Charles R. Holley the underdog .... -.I.t: : I an echo," with the limited consolation -
state represetitatto seeking ;: of having carried Alabama .ww

his first statewide office, made t. Georgia Louisiana, Mir ,
it the closut Democratic-Repub .. .., sissippi. South ,Carolina, and
lican contest for the governor's perhaps his native Arizona. \.

mansion on record 'r '., .. The thundering Johnson wave
Holley nipped Burns and his ; hit the Republican party a shattering PRESIDENT JOHNSON
massive organization like a bull )Ii;. blow, engulfing moderates .
dog attacking an elephant and j like Sen Kenneth B. Keat .
was rewarded with 76,000 more J, ing In New York and conservatives ,
votes than George Peterson got like Rep. Bruce Alger of
in his surprise showing against Texas. G'ville Goes GOP
Farris Bryant In 1960. But some party members who ;
can be expected to take leading
(See BURNS on Page 2)) ,Js
parts in the struggle certain to
develop over control of the GOP
Fourth Term survived the storm Standouts
among these were Gov. George County DemocraticBy
Romney who won re-election as
For Holland
governor while Johnson was

carrying Michigan handily and JEAN CARVER big precinct 13. The vote
MIAMI AP L Sea Hjigh Scott of was teen precincts supported Johnson
( ) Spessard Pennsylvania. fun sun Writer 1,052 for
JohnsonHumphreyand
and IJ backed
Goldwater.
Holland swept to a fourth! termin .
the U.S. Senate with the In Ohio Democrat StephenM. City Negroes combined with 201 for Goldwater-MiiIer. Only three precincts outside I
greatest vote total in Florida Young held a narrow lead the white rural vote to s wing Another standout precinct was Gainesville Island Grove,
history and came within a hair over Republican Robert Taft Jr. Alachua County in the Democratic the University of Florida vote Melroae and High Springs precinct
of carrying every county In Young's battle to hold his fold Tuesday but Gainesville In the governor's race GOP 20 voted for the National
But the Republican challenger, Senate seat supported the Republican ticket. Candidate Charles Hollry defeat GOP tkkit
Claude R. Kirk Jr., showed muscle The extent of the far-reaching The total turnout topped 70 ed Haydon Burns 41t to 211 and None of the 32 precincts voted
by collecting more votes .% t Johnson victory was shown by per cent of the county's 32,. there were 2M write in votes( for Claude Kirk over veteran
than any Republican candidate the count at 4 a m., EST lit voters. for Robert King High and all Democratic U.S. Sen. Spesiiard
for the Senate and by cutting With 270 electoral vote needed Unofficially Alachua: Coun t y for LeRoy Collins.In Holland Holland won substantially
Holland's majority below 70 percent to win the President had went for President L J ado n the presidential race Just 12,471 to 313S) over
I IY4 collected 477 from 43 states and Johnson over Sen. Barry Gold- ever half of the county's precincts the Jacksonville Republican.See .
Holland, a veteran of four led in 2 others, with I. water, 12.714 to 10,M, the first voted Democratic. Seven ( G'VILLE ea Page 2)
decades in public office, lost ai Goldwater had won five stales Democratic Pre .1 I d tntlal win
only heavily Republican Sara- v 4' ,,b'DEJECTED with 47 electoral votes, W In I, since It<<.
iota, and there by only 437 with 5.The The vote for Haydnn Burns County Like State
votes out of more than 30,000 popular vote tots!. gave ever Charles Holley wu 10,944
cast. HOLLEY WATCHES RETURNS (See JOHNSON .e Page II) to 7.130 In the 32 county re- I
turns filed with Reglatra 11 I I. n
Supervisor Mrs. Alma Beth c a On AmendmentsBy

I 4 State Amendments KilledTALLAHASSEE 2, ,between. 7:30 and IUD. p.m.'Tuesday. ,

Orange Heights/ precinct 19 CUT CORMIER of the fund Instead of only the
was first to report Its totals at Son City Editor Interest
(APMHor- that the homestead exemption preme Court ruling the Legislature establish a nine l member 7;30 p.m. Uttlewood School prertact Alachua! : County's voters followed Number 12 would have extended .
Ida's voters Tuesday killed off hampers school financing.The baa been unable to present Board of Regents with term. M fcl Gainesville, was last the pattern In the state the second gas tax of t4
the 43-senator, 112 represen- vote was close Iii defeatIng an overall revision to the people The board win replace the present at 11:30.: In voting on 13 constitutional cents used by counties to back
tative apportionment plan and the constitutional amend- and piecemeal revision got seven member Board of Control 'I'm so tired and amendments approving I. nand road construction bonds until
refused to extend further the financing ment proposal to allow the Leg nowhere. whose members serve four write Ins," a bedraggled poll defeating three, the year 2011.
under which counties islature to revise the state's con Amendments approved by the year terms. worker from the Uttlewood precinct Among the casualties was the High on the list of vote getters .
Issue road construction bonds. stitution. Because of a State Su voters included those to: sighed. "I'm, going to vote 45. senator, 111representative among the amendments
Extend to the year 2000 the against write his." apportionment plan the fir si and of
Solid opposition to the proposals great significance to
hi Florida's big cities I FLORIDA VOTERS IIAD tag earmarking sales for of we money by counties from car to In the Johnson Humph ray amendment on the ballot. County the University of Florida wai,
spelled their doom. race every Gainesville precinct voters rejected the pies the approval of the Board of Regents '
payoff
long term
school construction voted for Goldwater except the which had been ruled unconsUtutlonsl Amendment No. 2
The apportionment pl.1 n. QUITE A TIME OF IT bonds.Authorize University of Florida precinct II by the U. S. Supreme County voters cast 'I7J votes
which doubtlessly would have Escsmbla, Lake, and four precincts! with I large Court, by more than 2,300 votes for this amendment and only 2,+
been ruled unconstitutional in Mart I h, Okeechobee Palm numbers of Negro voters -Voting eft I
It
was U a dally 7411 199 against It The amendment
MIAMI housewife five and half
beaten (APk-A Miami sprat a hours In Machine Warehouse .
federal courts was
the r a
Beach Putnam Seminole and p against Amendment No. I and
about 2-L The proposal to extend her voting booth. In Sarasota the last voter cast bin ballot past rind 21, Buchholi precinct 23 Increased the membership o(
Taylor counties to switch from ; 4,7M for it In Alachua County, the board which nnl-
midnight and long lines were the rule from the Panhandle to oversees
long
a provision for earmarkingpart elective to Girl Scout Hut precinct II and
appointive school
the Jt17L superintendents Also killed off locally and varsity operations fat the stabfrom :
of the state gasoline tax to at they detire. School Administration. Building
seven to line
statewide amendments members.
counties for road work was defeated Such are the dilemmas of a general election. precinct 13. were 4.
Authorize and 12. Number 4 would have It also lengthened the term of
about 3UTh Mrs Jackqueling Sandt arrived at Dade County Precinct M at I.30 the Legislators to The strongest vote for Johnson .
provide for the liquidated the State School. office lor the board! from four
continuity of a
hi Gainesville
Tile "I here to she came from
a m. machine conked out. came vote .Jd.
toaDowlm
proposal government temporarily away be School Administration Fund with the state having the to nine years and changed its
Build-
"and rn not going to leave until do, no matter what"She
minion school savings fund to front Tallahassee and providing authority to spend the principal (See COUNTY ea Page 2)>>
be spent& was killed about 2-L didn't and after the repairman left at 2 p m.. tin. Saodt for succession to office of essential .
finished her ballot and went borne to lunch.
relaxed the comtitutjoaal subtle efflclala.
Voters Six persons fainted at Kennedy Junior High School to Miami M
bone: = se Relieve the State Agriculture WHERETO
that Sarasota Vie b may levy the voting Ones were moved outside to fresher air. At North Miami Commissioner ef the duty which Election on the Inside
gjjool taxes oa the first SXOOO Beach city bat City Manager Staa Colbert rerouted an outside his office M )longer bandies, of FIND IT
worth of homestead property In* lode due to the heat administering public lands. New Congress U molded for Johiuon-Page 19
cod grant the homestead Chairs were set Dp at hundreds precincts. At Culfport. Ow Allow mt trials ke Cemks CBS Take Laurels on election coverage-.Page 4Humphrey
West CMS benches by Jury . fiClassified
the city mend its park to voting areas
exemption m the next 1,100. to handle crowds. green branch courthouses se Dade ,2911fnfertetomenf jubilant Miller cites lack of unity;

nil Is a proposal which nuB County. 4 Page 11
Sarasota Bee the last voter dJda'tcaat
County's Ridge community
.
OtrfMriee Three lop factor In LBJ landslide-Page 2J
paying Increase the somber ef 2
result si more persons Judicial
Us ballot until 12 U us. today IToridJ law provides that potts
and Oviniwi. Pee. Senate, Governor race It-a-llantt-Pal' 7
Oft eSpiffs
thenproperty, circuits hi Florida from IIto
on
taxes .elo e at 7 p m.. but persons in 1M at that tree are permitted to
poorer people peytog more Uses vote 21 thus aOowlng the tonna- H. |2WemeVi LOCAL REI ILTS. PICTURES
than they do now. School officials thn ef aew ones as the legislature ,|. COUNTY AND PRECINCT VOTES. PACB I
long have complained! Set FLORIDA M Page It tfecJes.
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PEOPLE in the NEWS\\ ; Democrats Vote by States 'More About ,

.- .. I BARRY WIRESCONGRATULATIONS j

Gain in Fla. Popular Vote I
Voted ElectorVoting Units Demo-Repub-Indlcatec BurnsFrom
,
1960 al Votes UnlU Reporting crat !llcan Electoral
.
=- Briefly. .' LegislatureTALLAHASSEE DR I PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) can toward achieving I growing
Alabama A 10 3,672 3,242 443,68710 and I "
Barry Goldwater conceded and belief America Page 1
Alaska R 3 356 242 28,780 13,366 3-
crushing defeat to and dignified peace.
(AP-Demo-) Arizona R S 741 617 189,048 196,315 5 .
Johnson today, With2,1M of Florida's 2278
rats made big inroads Into the Arkansas D 6 2,543 1,940 181,464 130,069 6 I "The role of the Republican:
In the face of Burns
had
Smiling precincts reporting,
remain In that temp-
California R 40 will
Republican legislative holdings 31,498 26,313 3,542,506 2,290,43440-
landslide loss and (48,058
the
I 868,271 Holley
In the general election, capturing Colorado R ( 1,968 1,915 460,452 290,579 6 but it also remains In the .

at least six of the 14 GOP Connecticut D I 600 600 825,205 391,685 8- ;nominee resort to came read to a plush of the opposition when the Burns collected about 58 per
a telegram
louse seats and cracking thesolid Delaware D 3 356 356 122,562 78,203 3- congratulation he wired to la called for." cent of the itatewld&.vote, com

Pinellas County bloc for District of Col. B 3 N 91 163,746 27,627 3- non "There la much to be done In pared UT B08nC SM per cent

the first time In years. Florida R 14 2,279 2,198 (83,049 847,936 14 "I have no bitterness, no Nam, Cuba, Jbe problem Holley's totaLwas 42 per cent

Three Republican House members Georgia D 12 1,857 1,641 438,362 513,93612 cor at all," Goldwater laid law and order In this country versus 40 percent! .for Peterson

were beaten by Democrats.In Hawaii D 4 242 238 166,132 44,948 4 He sent his a productive economy, Is that
I gratitude to "There no question my
the
the other seats, Republican -
Idaho R 4 890 867 142,772 136,501 4-
Incumbents down voters who favored his "Communism remains the active support of the entire
stepped or
lllnols 9436 2,506,730 1,691.503 26
D 26 10,329 -
were defeated In primaries and "all of you across this one obstacle of peace Democratic ticket, Including the
4,353 1,112,889 (89,13813-!
the seats were up for grabs. Indiana R 13 4,416 tion. ." I know all America will national ticket, cost us approximately
2,392 700,977 430,923 9 -
Iowa R 1 2,475
"Congratulations on Join with In honest solu 200,000 votes," Burns
Pliwllas long has been a your you an
2,235 4(3,4(9 387,887 7-
stronghold of Republicanism and Kansas R 7 2,127 tory," he wired Johnson."I of these problems," Gold- said at a victory party In the

Its legislative delegation has Kentucky R 9 2,994 2966 (61,778 364,011 9 will help you in any said. Jacksonville Coliseum. He also

been solidly GOP. Louisiana D 10 2,224 2,217 386,287 503,07710 I said:
Maine R 597 258,788 117,311 4-
4 (28
But Rep. Richard Deeb was "There Is no question Mr. Hoi-
defeated by John Ware, a Democrat Maryland D 10 1,521 1,426 735,597 378,118 10 More About ley rode strictly on the coat tails

and Daniel McMullen Jr. Massachusetts D 14 2,024 1,625 1,330,148 400,40114 of Barry Goldwater. So far as

beat Republican Mark McGarryJr. Michigan! D 21 5211 4,873 19,79,461 977,25521- Mr. Holley Is concerned as a

for another of the county's Minnesota R 10 3,800 3,066 831,263 462,365 10 VictoryFrom candidate, had he been in the

aeaU. Mississippi/ E 7 1,871 1,865 52,538 354,459- 7 Democratic primaries, he would

t Orange County Republican Missouri D 12 4,414 4,087 976,2(4 538,868 12 Pose 1 have finished lowest In the

Rep. John Brumback, was displaced Montana R 4 1,065 745 105,597 (7,566 4- race."

by Democrat Bob AUI- Nebraska R S 2158 2,012 270,757 242,145 5(12 Johnson 689,265, Johnson was credited with Burns also said he had to

good[ giving the county a House Nevada D 3 (II 75,971 53,954 3- 23,335,842. This Indicated a ] per cent support in New campaign against the write-In

aw delegation of two Democratsand New Hampshire R 4 302 302 1(4,622 104,204 4- gin of more than 61 per 66 per cent in New Jer campaign' for Mayor Robert

two Republicans. New Jersey D 17 4603 4,531 1,819246, 938,39917- the President more than H per cent In Pennsylvania King High of Miami and "an

Broward County will send four New Mexico D 4 1,049 962 188432 128,821 4- 60.8 per cent Franklin D. 64 per cent In Texas lather candidate eliminated in

-:: (* Wi'....... to .Rw Sufi) Democrats and one Republicanto New York D 43 12,439 12,035 4,507,439 2,116,58543- velt ran up in 1936 Goldwater ran behind the the Democratic primary and

Jubilant Tallahassee Instead of two North Carolina D 13 2,164 2,147 805,731 (31,855 13- Johnson seemed Republican ticket nearly every i lurking In the -shadows." He

= Romncy Democrats and three Republicans North Dakota R 4 2,255 1,731 111,217 79,079 4- itepped.up support In the except In some Southern ,didn't elaborate

.. as It did last year. Ohio R 26 13,485 11,590 2,189,95 1,369,915 26 and Senate for his where his strongest supporters r Holley conceded defeat, although
.. =A happy Republican Gov. George Romney of Michigan Rep. U L. Baker, who held a Oklahoma G 8 3,085 3,029 511,32 405,895' programs. While were voters In the with a note optimism

give hilt wife, Lennrc. a big hug at his Detroit Lake County seat for one term, Oregon R 6 3,25 2(13 392,369\ 232426 6- picked up seven House bracket.young "I realize that close' does not
headquarters taut night after the vote count showed edged by former Rep. Bill the South faced age 'count in an election but I believe
Staebfer was Pennsylvania D 29 9,288 9,223 2,968,828 1,600,97229- they a net Johnson appeared to have
Neil
njjhad defeated Congressman at Large Reedy. Rhode Island D 4 461 469 304,579 71,893 4- In strength. Democrats vindicated In his "nations our workers r. can look

for the governorship. In Sarasota County, a Democratic South Carolina D 8 1(11 1,603 217,520 309,285- elected 24 senators and unity" course of appealing to forward to actual victory. in the

KVST LOSER Incumbent, Jack Reason, South Dakota R 4 1,771 1,635 150,054 118,845 4- leading In three more of economic and future," Holley said.
defeated a former representative Tennessee R 11 2,742 2,666 598,864 487,770 11 They had captured three every The returns didn't Indicate

-Alt M. Landon, who carried Republican Gus Nelson, for Texas D 25 5,525 4,960 1,479,079 870,16925- seats. class. whether Holley benefited from
= the county's one House seat left His staunchest supporter! his charges that Burns had $1.2
In
only two states Utah R 4 1,223 1,205 214,301 177,357 4- governors' races, the
Negroes who applauded
after the Legislature reapportioned million hidden In a secret bank
Franklin ocrats seemed likely to
against
Vermont R 3 246 246 107,963 54,841 3-
sponsorship of civil rights
D. Ro **- last year. the 18-7 margin they held account and that Burns' income
Virginia R 12 2,016 1,973 542,484 468,138 12 legislation In Maryland the
velt !In 1131, posts that were at stake In taxes were being Investigated.
Washington R 9 3(59 4,744 (36.J11 369,883 9 -
President 96 cent of the
got per Volley lost his home county
had to wait In More AboutFlorida West D 7 2,451 497,657 237,186 7- voting. -
2,668
Virginia
in selected Negro
pre and carried only two of the
unusually long There I
line to cast his Wisconsin R 12 3,550 3,453 1,014,721 616,81012 were some In New Jersey it was 90 ,counties that went to Petersonin
Ir
results In the
balloting.
vote Tuesdayat Wyoming R 3 (21 601 78,650 59,0(4 3- cent and in Connecticut 92 1160.. plus! a half-dozen other

his Topeka, Totals 518 175,796 Totals: I son's record-breaking margin ranged 15 to 40 per small counties scattered
New York
Kan., polling I Necessary to elect270. Units Reporting 158,936 I which might higher than that given throughout the state.
of
a margin 3 million
Lyndon A-Split vote. Popular Vote (ID) 39,110,487 in 1960 In Northern and However, Holley picked tip
Johnson's place From Page 1 B-First vote Popular Vote (IR) 24,713,459EUnpledged carried Into the Senate precincts. tens of thousands of votes In
pop- !
.- overshadows theBattt Indicated Electoral (D) 486 Atty Gen. Robert F, Coldwater, on the other hand, northern Florida and the panhandle -
ula* sweep The St. Petersburg Times G-Split vole Indicated Electoral (R) 52 brother of the late which
wave that downed Lan- no significant, gains in went heavily for
said lines in Pinellas County Alabama Democratic elector Massachusetts, Edward precincts In' Northern S.n. Barry Goldwater. Ho

dear ) averaged a voter two hours. slate Is unpledged. Thus no specific Kennedy, another brother, where a white backlash gained 13,000 votes in Broward

JHME LOSS Similar waits met voters In Democratic vote obtain a full ai -year Senate term. Negro Integration prog County, also presumably from

Tampa Jacksonville, Pensaco- able. But California voters, s !had been expected to down the line voting by Gold-

Rep William E. Miller, Re. SAP WI.......(. kv <>bM. to Sun) II and Fort Lauderdale. gave Johnson a whopping The GOP nominee ran water supporters.

publican vice-presidential votes candidate to- Incumbent U. S. Senator One of those In line at Clear.' About jority, dumped his and about 1 per cent ahead of The write-in vote for High was

failed by 38,000 In Tues'jdi's Hugh M. Scott tl Pennsyl.vanla water was Jesse C. Saunders, More dy's former White House M. Nixon's 1960 totals believed to run about 30,000

carry his home election county (above) appears rela.- who said he opposed President secretary Sen. Pierre these areas. I Burns piled up 77 per cent of
national Johnson In the Texas Democratic G'ville the Negro vote la'(elected Negro
ed and confident .( victory Republican George Johnson rolled up 79 per cent -
pier and Sen. Barry Qold- at he watched election returns senatorial primary of 1948. former Hollywood actor, the vote cast by Americans of precincts; .an irony sinc<

water tort Niagara,County tot come In last sight The "Someone told me that I'd that race. descent: and.74 cent Burns got mileage In Jhe primary -
ticket per
1. Johnson.Humphrey poll count showed a cliff- done a lot ol fool things In my F om Page 1 Arizona COY Paul that registered by Italian- by complaining the

(6004 to 27,998. hanger' for much of \lust nigh t I life, so Why didn't J run for the elected to succeed In selected polling' block Negro vote given High/
Miller represented the county In his race against Demo- Senate. I did," and Saunders Five precincts backed Charles or, county\ Judge and Bounty] the Senate, would give the The 77 per cent was 18 per cent

1-Congress 14 years.. .t4 i1 .m'! tit ftballMigtr! Min Geneivleve said he "ran a little behind" the Holley J. J. Finley School commission chairman, w a s feated GOP nominee a across the' nation. I letter th Bryant.. did againstPeterson.
U : In New York Johnson
\PINNiR I Blurt, shows below. current President. precinct 5; P. K. Yonge precinct scheduled to begin the offlcia court In the battle over the got an .

However, Republican Sco 1 It The Miami area had difficulty 23; Westwood School precinct vote count between 10 and 11 ty's future that began ft&I' 90 peg cent of the :But. Burns dropped five percent

Gov. Orval E. Faubus was withstood the heavy Demo- with balky machines. T e n 24; LIttlewood School precinct I a.m. today. up quickly. vote where John F, Ken- below Bryant In selected

raised to the cratic tide and appears returned minutes after the polls opened 28 and the University of For the first time a network In Beverly, Mass., polled 12 per cent less than high income urban districts and

shoulders ot an to Congress. five of seven machines at Pre Florida Union precinct 31. Jacksonville pool of wire service, televisionand Cabot Lodge, the 1960 GOP Democratic senatorial can- three per! cent below Bryant In

enthusl antic cinct 10, Uleta community cen- Mayor Haydon Bur ns radio networks centralized presidential candidate, said had four years previous- selected low income urban dis-

crowd last ter, were unworkable. At one won 10,043 to 7,930, returns from every precinctIn statement that trlcls:-'J'h& percentages, respectively -

night In Little : point, nine of 11 machines Write In candidates in the the state, using teams of must rebuild their Jewish voters split their tick was' 44 and 68.

Rock, Ark. t-. Kennedy School reportedly acre governor's[ race were Robert Jaycees to telephone returnsfor Lodge who opposed party. also In Illinois and Ohio, I The (3 per cent vote Burns received .

when it became ;"\1"< I jammed. King High, 575; former governor computer tabulations In water's nomination said Johnson a larger margin In selected middle Income
apparent he \, One lady at Miami Precinct LeRoy Collins, 21; with Miami John Kennedy had enjoyed urban districts was unchanged
election
"shows that the
had won a return L : 234 touched the lever for Gold- scattered votes for Scott Kelly, I Gainesville Jaycees covered \ cutting local Democratic ,from Bryant's total.
want all Americans
to I the water and said she was shock Jack Mathews, T. Wakefield, I Gainesville and Alachua County to below their previous Burns who has been on the

Stale Houn lA ed with static electricity. And Andy High, and J. Marlow. I Dixie, Levy and GilchrIst equal treatment" ,campaign trail for six years and
over Republican at Precinct 235, election folk Citizens for Johnson cochairman counties. race or color He said It Catholic voters, whom theRepublicans has built what is Believed to be

challenger Winthrop Rock. l I ran out of paper freeholder Sid Martin said It was Their reports were centrallz also that the voters "favor had hoped might the strongest organization In

efeller ',ballots, sending at least ICO the first national Democratic ed for national network election tive solutions" to the to their fold, gave John three decades of Florida politics .

I' away disgusted. victory In Alachua County since coverage for the Associated problems. 78 per cent of their ballots said he had already begun

VOTE OK President Franklin Roosevelt Press, ABC, CBS, NBC and But the roll call of the same support they planning for the Inauguration.He .

Moscow radio reported was reelected In 1944.All United Press International. willing to support an to Kennedy But Proto said he. has reserved a suiteIn

President Johnson's election 1 III Cemetery Sign returns from Tuesday are Another "first" for election wrest the party away : went 57 per cent for the Floridan Hotel In Tallahassee -
unofficial and will be canvassed coverage here was live televIsion Goldwater and his group .
victory today and said: HEMPSTEAD, N.Y, (AP) whereas they gave
to day to include absentee coverage from the courthouse short one. Keating already
"American have Sign on a cemetery along a well only 38 per cent sup
voters
ballots and write-In votes. by WUFT-TV, the University gone. Sen. Hugh Scott of I
In 1960.Johnson Lions District
travled street I
chosen the moderate and :
mutt
The registration office did 1 of Florida educational sylvania teetered on the
"Drive We was credited with
carefully can
sober policy proposed by the
not have the official absentee television station on channel defeat. Republican I I
Democratic party" (Ar wlr.wwN roM sonS 1, wail count this morning, but spokesmen -'five.The Percy lost his bid for the 2-1 support over Meeting TodayThe

estimated Tuesday night: mostly student staff for norship In Illinois.All among women vot-
between the ETV station Included who had given Nixon ma Lions Club's District
that the number was a were victims of John
b ititarie 1,000 and 1,300. Deadline for crew of eight with the mobile sweep of traditional !} support in 1960. Governor' Cabinet Meeting

returning absentees was S p.m. unit at the registration office strongholds. An electronic I The p u b 11 c-opinion polls will be held at 7 p.m. tonightat
,.. "'MIN .rL1.TMIy ... A/M.1
...Ie.. M .11 0.0.. Monday. and 13 at the School of Jour alysis of selected Goldwater had contended the Holiday Inn. Thirtyseven

1UT.II; UNDER: The canvass board, composed nalism and Communications showed that the President the campaign were Lion Clubs will be represented
television studio correctly predicted the and members invited
of the registration supervis- all are
Hugh C Linder, 50, 3177 NW ----- ,- only carried the big cities ', landslide. to
12th St., died Tuesday at Ala I whelmingly but carried attend _

chua Central Hospital following More About numbers of suburban Weather
Roundup
a heart attack where Democratic
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A native of Walterboro S C, candidates never had won

!Mr. Linder moved to Gainesville County fore

25 years ago from Char In New York suburbs, errZOwES

leston, S. C. He had been em- From Page 1 son got 59 per cent of the
ployed by the Florida Motor
an Increase of 16 per cent
and Equipment Co. of Gainesville -
for 25 !name from State Board of Control For 1,878; Against 2,899. the support given
years. 1960. In Buffalo the
Mr. Llnder was a member of. to Board of Regents I No. J-School Construction count M cent In
was ,
the loyal Order of Moose, I The regents bill, which was Funds. For .454.; Against 3501. per A einr. to Mm* (tody
IHr
In IW TNitvUy
burgh 70 cent, m w".1enNn/
Gainesville, the American Legion strongly backed by Gov. Farris .I No. 4-Slate School Fund per f ro W. NNM.t TMn..r 71 "toIt err W
Board of Control For phil 56 per cent and In [nNr1T rm.. to II mlmINESULLE
4,311
and the Methodist Church. Bryant the ; Against 1(35. a,.. f

Survivors include his widow, members and university presU No. 5-School Superintendents 60 per cenLJohnson .[ .C. r N / hart. eNuAr.
carried towns TMn.n. lwr / .
.wNMI.
Ruby C Under; a step-son, dents Is expected to relieve For 7,945; Against 3,188. which ,... .,n.. 1. ro 11 MIIN E

Dewey Childs of Cocoa Beach: some of the administrative red' .i No.School Superintendent Massachusetts before 0 0 J R r.ap Clio.., a,.,.,

two brothers. Young Linder and ape under which the state'suniversities (Taylor County only), For beat went Democratic Goldwater: handily IMynT M N I0. Nyh T.y.A.,, .a
Herbert Linder of Walterboro, now operate. 7,106; Against 3,169. NenMaNrM .MM 1. h 11 sits. &
five sisters. Mrs. Bessie Draw- Although the fate of Amendment downstate Illinois and upset A..r.
No.7-Emergency Succes- )
dy and Mrs. Martha Koger, No. 11 still wasn't certain opponent In traditionally AUNANAC
sion of Public For
Officials 9(37
,-
lean districts In Kentucky.
4C both of Jacksonville, Mrs. Rosalie in the state Alachua voters I.. ....
; Against 1881. Pennsylvania he carried a .. ...
Hill of North Charleston. went for it with 1,957 YO tel. ... w.M? n ./..
No.Duties of Agriculture dozen rock ribbed COP
S. C, Miss Effie Under of There were 3,449 against It y
Charleston, S. C and Mrs. Mollie Amendment 11 provides that Commissioner For (,45<; to pile up a smashing Vomit5'V' 5T.e w a ;. 1C.DAR h
,._. .., it.n
(Ar 0111 M Pu IV Against 2.747. I In the state
Bivens of Ratenel, S. C either branch of the Legislators margin .. M v r./.y, fey T10eaun
: Murphy Makes It a revision of the No. 9-dvil Jury Trials In I The President combined M : : ::: I :y";' .rrr.I: "r=
may propose .N ,
Dad II. tin, r"ln. __ _
State Constitution subject to County, For 1545; with a 12 per cent Increase ee M It ...... .
George Murphy waeto hU well wisher at hU Against 2,243. Kennedy's total In the big n""UATU'" elf'ANe.eG
of the voters. Under
approval \ WEATHER MNA w r i
campaign headquarter in 100Mnrell'1t last night JonII"
No. such
laws, the details of 19-Additional Judicial tales as
after early returns) from California polls showed the IIILIND" existing drafting a revision of the entire Circuits fit 1,444, Against New York. New Jersey Municipal 24 Airport reading ria a :

62-year-old: former gong and dance man leading Sen.Pierre Constitution Is left up to a 2,5(5. sylvania, Ohio, Illinois and hours to 8 I m. today 0.- ..
Salinger In their battle for: the U. s. Senate. Oat 4pm. low (Sat :
... Constitutional Convention which No. 11-Constirutlonal Revision ornia. an. Trace '" v"' ::
does not submit its revision to For 1.957; Against 3449. The electronic vote of raia. ;,.:

. Name Barton To Law Hoard M*. NIMN COM.AY. rMv .. the people. No. 12-Extension of Gas showed '- ? AI".I ClUl.If, ,..teAl? := ::;' ...
II MnrWM tar Mr" l M.M" --.1ttoIo HI
.M/I/pr Of Ptolw' MNN Iwtfmtftf Here's how the vote went In Tax For 3.::'; Against (,009. Johnson made deep ::..:,. I:....=. .-, -- _....... ." :J.! In
He. Association of Florida I Allen Clements I Edward M fern. M c **Thwr Mnv-wttt. Mwww.tot _o. II L the county by amendments: No. 13-Sarasota County into higher-Income g r n ::En
Attorneys has' Schroll I. Nathan Lowensteln IM N Jo i*.Ji man C,s..4 .,1. aw.MIN. Homestead Exemption For 7- which usually vote
Compensation .. ..
1" .rur If. .._ ... unofficial totals) Fi ive
aiuwunced that Philip Barton Dan Wheeler Dudley Burton PC c.u .. wni.... O _.. ( 517; Against 4,72) polling as muck as tS per Dayrforectiitlemperanires -
and Charles Lindsay all of r.Wart...l ....Mt. ImHr fe* to MriWrMf wo. KM Mnmi.. tin W No.. I Legislative reap The amendments become ef- more In this classification .__hu wrfl
oCCainesville:: 'Is a new memo Miami; Robert Lyons For MW IM stn.e.MN.aaw. "M T_ portknment. For 4,7W; Against !'ectivt as soon as the election Kennedy had In normal, Normal avenge vi la theoi to 'the (Os
beT of Its Board of Directors Lauderdale and Nelson .Mr. Moss MN..n_ Mr ION 155 torn certified Indiana and | highs art south and SOs to the
Stephens 11. IOU M WMMrl* j by Secretary of Maryland the 70s la the
7,314.No.
north
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I CBS Takes the Laurels on Election Coverage : w... 5: !

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Jfrui fork+{ (Flmra C.BS. was a landslide proportions. ning they lagged behind noticeably rested with the greater visual\ dent Johnson would finish with and David Brinkley at times still not up to Its competltoa'jof how UtflerenT P',HJ5K.:
N.B.C. began to draw even appeal of its selection boards. 60 to 70 per cent of the popular were victims of technical mishaps The value of the analytical!pie\ voJWi nC'UJ11Dnoa' :, I
BY JACK GOULD I The difference between C.BS. at S:30 but C.B.S. was the first On one board there was postedthe vote. And again at 147: p.m. It which led to fumbling of research was evident on illjinterju asn.'tf.Ute; .evf"
NEW YORK The Columbia! and the Nal'onal Broadcast I n g at 8.04 p.m. to declare the running tabulated vote and projected that the Presidio their commentary and their ad three networks.'The explanaUon Ring: ._ :: :.: .. .
Co. and the American Broad President the firm winner on on adjacent boards there was would receive 438 and 450 electoral Jibbing did not seem so winning -
turned In
Broadcasting System beat Tuesday casting Co. lay in Columbia's the basis of electoral vote pro- the V.P.A. projection of the votes but did not at. t t when CBS. was leading with The love scene jrca:' n0pieclbed
a superb Journalistic ,sampling process called vott jections. l outcome In all major contests flatly he had been ; ."ted. the straight hard news. =n the the
night In running away with profile analysis.\ By quickly reporting : Interestingly enough, the widely -i For the viewer both calculations C.B.S., on the oilier hand, WM only area where there could be In a desertea"casUe.Js
the major honors in reporting I I the results In key districts publicized pool coverage of were very easy to read and most effective In focusing t' competition on TV the ana- Albert EInney
Johnson'a election victory whicn microcosm understand comparison, lyse the N.B.C. staff simply funniest since
Prcient: i represented a the raw vote by the three net By viewer's attention on the "otoral .
In clarity of presentationthe of a state the c.B.s.1 works and the Associated Press N.B.C. separated Its projections vote as It mounted state did not have the necessary tools and ':0 "':'
network led all the way end I,staff called the outcome In state and United Press Intel-nation a I from the tabulations and Its by state. That they had such I at its disposal. An N.B.C. Joyce "
in speed It was up front for at'after state before Its rivals. took a decided second place to analyses were far less frequentand clear edge for such a long time spokesman said Tuesday night Redman"
lean IIn hour and a half In a i( Both NBC and ABC. had the C.B.S. analyses. While the presented In old fashioned attested to the research and efficiency the reason for the network's de-
medium where time Is of! the similar sampling procedures but returns were counted with In- small lettering. of the sampling methods lay In making projections of the munched and 'h'iitll NG--
e-scnre the performance of I in the early hours of the eve- credible speed In comparisonwith N.B.C projected President devised by Louis Harris, outcome of state contests was leered their
previous years the totals Johnson as a probable winner at pollster, and Bill Leonard, executive due to a "breakdown of pert way BUr
were primarily of Interest In 8:47: but did It In such a way as producer of the C.B.S.! pheral equipment. A link be- through dinnerIn'TomJones'l55 THE
DRIVEINTHEATRE bearing out the samplings. to make the forecast seem rather election unit tween banks of computers suffered
SUBURBIA Much of the C.B.S. advantagetrue unimpressive. It said Presl- The election night summary a failure and a back up BEST.
forecasts had
system of making
I also occasion to be
an
proved
to be used, the spokesman said -ffi[
I
; savored Walter Cron-
justly by ,
Y rt How On A B.C. it was Bill Lawrence -
STARTS TONIGHT 7:00
: If 1 kite. After the Republican con- who had to the burden of
BridgeNm: carry 1.3.5
vention he was replaced as anchor
THE SCREEN COMMITS THE PERFECT COMEDYI, man of the Democrat I c reporting the analyses. The A.B. 9ZHJ c : 71s 9 T
C. was much
coverage very
''lIstM COMMHlnltl.! Convention. Tuesday night h I
Ixr 4
One of the attractive aspects NORTH (D) better than In past years but -
EDWARDS back In his old role and
A moouu BLAKE of this year's World Bridge 4KQ107I53V did was assured and ......
a thoroughly (
Team Olympiad In New 'York -
PETER ELKE i City was the opportunity It AQ76 relaxed job.
SELLERS SOMMER II offered for unknown teams to LAX By contrast Chet Hun 111 I y
upset the world's best playeri .WEST EAST
With qualifying round matches .1 4A92VKII763 NfORYI yM
(ELGIN
ICOLDhDeLUXEIIIlWIIJ. limited to 18 boards, there VAQ10Z
w i 11 t 7
95 41042Q87S V5U
_.PmVISION UNITED ARTISTS :were several striking reversals IN /NA.ILyw t !
li Ft. ur. of form. 41063SOUTH ,-+- ..d IFe.aaaa :

1. GUINNESS i The heaviest defeat suffered J4 4
-AllC $100 NITEBRING 11 : "
by the United States team was 9 J43 9TOR
DlRKBOGARDE! at the hands of the young XJI34J942 A CARLOADLAST x TRAM 91 v '
: squad representing the Republic ,
ANTHONY QUAYIE of China, which won by 82 East and West were vulnerable I TWO NITES
0 ..awwrartaq, to 6 in terms of International The bidding: AT7.00FATIOONI"The
taw.nnctuwsxuwt match points ,and gained all North lad South West I TRANSISTOR CLOCK-RADIO RADIOS
Horror of It All"AT
seven possible victory points 3 4 Pass 3 e> Pass This compact Elgin 10.transistor, clock.radio fits
The deal shown today, from 34 Pass '3 NT. Pass I In anywhere den, kitchen, office or bedroom
such that the I:25 LON CHANIT"Witchcraft" luminous dill ""rkll1.nd hands....amartcaseof
An ate of rampant a this match, was 34 Pass 54 Pass t It.lhlr"ned, "
i plastic.
lusts, abandon, and home team was somewhat lucky 8 4 Pass Pass Pass !:'ZACBS
runaway passions! not to lose by a greater margin. _West led the eight of hearts. $42.95 :. .
ATI.4S"Werewolf ,, .. ,..
I The Chinese pair bid safelyto United States lost :3 In A .W *
i six spades, which almost tional match points Interna.j Girls Dormitory" J Give a gift for year-rouno enjoyment/ ) "
certainly can be made. It is might easily have lost
4. r that a diamond le a d I- 4 ,'
I might defeat it If the diamonds ::
r"A are divided 4-1, butIf STARTS FRIDAY GAINESVillE DRIVI 1M I :. : ...
FIRST AREA RUN THEATRE II
stunning worV of art,. that Is so six diamonds is E.
blazes with-aavana.excitement was.!". ala likely to fallAmerican I I DOT DAm ProductionYOUNGB100D j ''I I 4 .

"Ite North should ELGIN so-raaee I .-
i pertiaps! have rebid his seven-
ii card spades suit before Introducing 2
I: ? Jf. f'j, lIJ
his four-card/ diamondsuit. A f
i He Ignored the general I M an MtaAfttef t/au Jut-.",, 'Jad A,Ml IVCl TRANSISTOR AM/FM RADIOrii.t_#.AA4ikJt?
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principle that hands with one :r."t't::' : f: Il..l.7;:: ?i
long suit should normally I This remarkable AM/FM Eljm 11-trinjijtor ndxj :;.::r//:;,. r,4l.y::::; .:; : }.i
very "l.aturesacmilentcrattamanshipanda parbtonal {; : : :: ':::::$ : y P. ::'
be played In that suit, even if quality, ) :;
a side-suit fit is available
As the bidding went he could e $65.00
have tried five spades over I
five diamonds In an attemptto fl.r.
get back Into spades, and
South would have bid the spade.) :

slam. II .
West could, and probably
should, have defeated the six- e. r .I .
diamond contract Immediatelyby i IDTRANSISTOR'PORTABLE -"
leading his singleton spade.i +
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Even after the heart lead, r I
"A lusty,boldly aprovocativefilm South had a major problem. ,
!" j' He ruffed the heart In ........ This portable 10.transistor radio mikes good
---- music' sound better. Comes
dummy, and could not affordto complete with am'
M.GYINa
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phone b.tterr.nd 1 Ih.rclII.
5-BAND, AM/FM _
draw three rounds of
rumps, which would have left SHORT WAVE PORTABLE $1995This
him In hearts when \
exposed 1 amazing tnnj'utor Elgin I covert BO* of
the defense took their spade world broadcasts The S bindl Includt superb Convenient terns arrangedZALE'S,,..
trick. l !t\ AM/FM reception, for unmatched quality, .

The be spades tackled, therefore quickly ,while hadto N:l t HERMAN[1"w WOUK 1 J JAMES FRANCI l US' SUIIANNE f PIESNEi1E GENEVIEVE f1l I unmatched value! $100 .>... .

HALWALLIS dummy could ruff a heart DRIVE IN -
GAINESVILLE Starts Fri.
lead. A spade lead at the THEATRE II I Layaway Now For Christmas lit
UNIVERSITY AVIMUIVES
lecond trick would have been I
.. I3ECKETd satisfactory against a 2 2 -- -
spade split or against a singleton -
d ace, but South made
the only play to win againstthe r. .. -
actual distribution. He -
cashed the A-Q of diamondsand

STARTS UlHAY! gods then were led kind:a the spade.defender The

. "The Lively with the singleton spade had this big beautiful
TOMORROW! Set" started with only two trumps. bql
I The slam was made, ao the ;

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NORM ani going to do a little an ready had been written In. out with 71 plus per cent Some
Sun Staff of this," he said. Similar complaints
were received
1.401 of till registered voters
I Troy Wakefield, reported that many in other quarters.
I challenger for the told him they were un Rochelle, precinct IS, with cast their ballots.At .
!chua County to write In a vote, because 195 registered voters, led the Westwood where several
t istration fell far either could not open the county in voting turnout, with persons said they saw voters
tory in his In slot, or else when 79,1 per cent, 155 ballots cast. walk away rather than stand In
I Mrs. Alma K. did, the paper roll had tail Stephen Foster school, pre- long lines, the turnout was 73
day's balloting (for to advance and a name al{ cinch It was not high In turnState's per cent, with 1,133 of 1.S4S regIstered .
county offices.In voters casting ballots.J. .

.m other races I J. Finley, which also was
t without opposition plagued with machine trouble 1
long, long ballot COllg.essSeats slowing down the voting, showed

'" larity contest. U more than 7J per cent turn
'"
lAP ""W>oit M It* SIM) (Billy) Matthews out, with 1,377 of 2,030 registered
Joseph Crevasse Unchanged voters balloting./
Governor-Elect Burns and Family greatest vote << I
local I I Lowest turnout, other t h an
among
MI IAD-Florida's( seats Orange Heights, was at Sidney
Jacksonville Mayor Haydon Burns poses with his family at his Jacksonville home. From left: Son Rill; Voter turnout I the 89th Cramer's margin wasn't surprising Lanler (M.5 per cent, BuchholiII
Mrs. Eleanor Watkins son-in-law Lloyd Watt high, based' on the upcoming Congress I but he got it despite the ) and
Mn. Butts holding grandson Clay Watkins; Burns; daughter ; be filled by the 10 Florida Union University
ber of votes cast same fact that his 12th District: com- of Florida .
kins. and school administration
aDd two Republicans posed solely of Pinellas
ii each precinct County,
of every 100 occupied them hi the last went for President Johnson! building (both 12
wnr4 per cent) /r.
I cast their ballots.At The other opposed
congress
i:511 least 10 per / Democratic and two Re men who won re-electinn were After Matthews and Crevasse,

.1 tered voters Incumbents won re Democrats Charles E, Bennettof Tax Collector Shellle McKinney
$ In In the si Jacksonville showed the greatest vote getting -
32 precincts. easily con Claude Pepperand
lIT of 274 congressional races In Dante Fawell of Miami and power of local candidates,
stayed home, '. election, despite con- Paul Rogers of West Palm with 11,172 ballots. Other top-
t aI cinct a showing ballot splitting In some Beaach. drawers were Circuit Judge J.
C Adkins Jr., 11.172; Schoot-
cent voting. ... They had only token oppnsl- Supt. William 5, Talbot 11.I19

In several Incumbents were ion and did little or no active and State Rep! Ralph Turling-'
ber of ballots in the other Iii dis 7IP""P" ..,
campaigning ton, 11,244.
80 percent of .
Long lines, was only one surprlse,1'
long, slow ballot the llth District, and came U. S. President Race
tent trouble with In the victory of Republican I

chines, may have Edward J. Gurney but In Precinct Goldwater Johuoll
turnout In some overwhelming margin of
1. Wlldo
172 1911
Mrs. Bethea than 30,000 votes.
2. Lacrosse 144 251I.
chine votes In planing I I their Aiaehul
3.9 421
lection. on former Cocoa Beach

,+ hLe lt .y4 clal write In : Thomas S. Kenney felt I.4. J.Kirby J. Finley Smith 194 430 683I. 357
of 32
31
hud a good chance of un
.
't 1 Some of Newberry ZII 320T.
votes.
t M '. Gurney who went to Sidney Lanier 383 141
4 14' 114
disqualified I
In 1M1! on a margin
I. Hawthorne
178 3114I.
jIi ed to write In "
only 1,464 voles. island Grove as 41
precisely.Mrs. campaigned activity, 10. MIr.nopy 139 232
M Jayne state Gurney with being an 11. Archer m 2118

,, 4 i* 14k"a an publican, drew one t and noting the Re 12, Stephen Foster 717 1:&
,, of had voted against a 13, School Adm'n'l! Bid,. lOt 1,062
for supervisor!
Bethea S billion authorliatlon for the 14. Melro 91 55IS.
Mrs. ,
sured Tuesay : Aeronautics and Space I Rochelle 66 $1
"I 16 Girl Scout Hut 3M 8"
am so
"Until I have was expected to be a 17. Gainesville High 354 U4II.
er In Alachua vole getting Issue for Arredondo 1:10: 180II.
y will\ not be ) In a district that In Orange HII. 38 SI
a' Wakefield said the nation's space center 20 High Springs 289 U&U
4 "I am waiting< Cape Kennedy' but It didn't, High Springs 1117 266I \
clal count Is the conservative Gurney. 22. C.mpvll1. tl 41
"There are so led by tar the head of the I 13. P. K. Vona. 141. W >
machines, and I Ucket, Sen. Barry 24. Wut"nod School Sot an
Johnson-For Johnson Burns Chairman BusyCounty many complaints. In the district's four 25. Buchholz 320 577
28, lJttl.wood 8M 1M ..
ballots '. St. Lucle In-
absentee Orange,
Commlaaloner Edgar Johnson stayed busy Wayne Carlisle, seated, county chairman for Hay. per, may show a River and Brevard. I 21. Recreation Center m' 301 .
Tuesday night keeping score for, rte candidate Lyndon llurn"*. gets some help adding the count for the tern from the William Cramer, who 21. Voting MachIn. Wbl. t w 110 : q' 12t
don Johnsotu Jacksonvillemayor from Ted Grlset and John Sell, turns. to Congress In 1M4 as I 21. Howard Bishop IID' : U8 _
from left. __ 30. Lake Forest 4311 3113 -
first Republican
aic.l I 31. Florida Unloa 387 121
U. S. Senator alas retained his 32. It. Michael' Church 178 117
of about 30,000
by a margin
TOTALS 1048 12114
___ SM'I .
Holland
Preclnrt
Wlldo 195
1.
ii 2. LaCrosse 178 IIO'V FLORIDA VOTED

1s I. Alachua 345
4. Kirby Smith 477 TOTAL pm -'

4 I! I..J.J. Finley 804 ) pm IN BURNS HPUtY JOHNMO'4 GOLDWATER'

? .>!7, ;1fo t+bt t d 11j I. Newberry :MS _..... 22 22 10,043 7.130 l2.m 10,553
i r..ro :ono 7. Sidney Lanier 540 _,..". 7 7 1.5. 410 1.034 1.01I
rt a+ir as 'tR';:r Lp w"+ f ; I. Hawthorne 222 ._....__ 41 4t lIm 1,794 7.185 12,001
9, Island Grove 53 _....._ 17 17 1,6.10 IMa Z,22S 1.123
10. Mlcanopy 19 _........ 41 43 2UM 9834 4.04' 23.1M:
dl1F
.
+4Nt 237
11. Archer ..._.........110: 138 M.431 71,371 sun 12.373
12. Stephen Foster ItO! ._.. "..... 12 1 28t 124 II' f7S
13. School Adm'n'st. Bldg. 149 14 14. un UN 4.5a7 1.113

14. Melrose 74 __ 17 IS 1284 ISOII 2.11Q 1n2t

15. Rochelle 84 ...._... .._ 12 12 U2t 1.112 un 3,577
IS. Girl Scout Hut 111 ,_ '.. I' I' Ut2 2.m 2.171 122
17. Gainesville High Ml ,...._ 1. II UIO t.MS 3.307 4.002
1$. Arredondo 137 .. ..
.2311 117 131.1411 403111 111.340 110.175
Hts. 41
19. Orange .. II IS UIII 1,057 1.704 1.100
20. High Springs 89 _._ 12 10 r..o F1 417 314
177
21.22. High Springs 17 .,. .,....141 141 11,171 41.3A5 75.140 77,744
Campvlile MO .mbll _. 101 IllS 120544 17.71\1I\ 23.1 JI.40J

23.P.K.Vong ,...._,.. .. I 117 m 101 601
Westwood School 810
24.25. Buchholi 503 .. ..... 7 1 1.18 131 234 3DO
21. Uttlewood M4 15 II 30445 UII:! J,437 4OtS
400 .._ I 7 144 ut 444 au
27. Recreation Center
..._..._ 7 I 55 42 rr 17
2$. Voting Machine Wise. 471
29. Howard Bishop 1W ... .............. 11 11 1M 3ftS SOt no
12 1 189 .5 In 111
30. Lake Forest 459
Just Sittin' and Rockin' 31. Florida Union !S(8 _.._ 11 10 2,250 l.m !,lit Uti
HI ........_ It III IStt 542 1.:11: 1.5IS
32. St. Michael's Church
Raking chain at the Democratic headquarter here were filled with LBJ TOTALS 12,479 ....,_ It 11 2.261 1,4\12\ UU 1.180
boosters while election return were announced over television Tuesday night. ....._ IS 1$ 1,1..4 1,1.10. 1.102 U7l'
I .,,..104 104 71,521 3I.m 7,11' 41,441
t tI I .. .._.__ 23 II 1.114 1,201 11I4 1.1'10
Governor Race River 17 11 4,614 un 4,11I2 1.791

.....,........ 32 32 1,17\1 U18 4.151 ,710
___ 11 II UIIII .14 1.473 1.152
Boras
r Precinct ..' .... I I 7114 :lOt 4'11I 11I3I'
1. Wald! 204 .-.....- n rr 1.120 1,343 7.233 11170
l' r' 1 LaCrosse 1M I' .. .__ Jl It 1014.1 IM I.m 12.m
*_ aif6v 3. AJlchul M ...r.--._ 11 IS 11.122 1.144 IUn IUlt
4 Kirby Smith 431 .._--"'_ I' 11 2.131 650 un 1m
5. J. J. 11I111 490 ...' ..._ I Me 442 J.ll as.t
S.lItewberry 304 ..__ 11 5 123 ::11I3 5441 m
: I 7. Sidney Lanier 4'1 .._ II JI IUT7 12.110'I' lun tU17

S. Hawthorne tII .... ... Jt 1ft 1 1,471 7.1.54 t,14 l ,4A4
ala'St:1t'! Ps:3 tlbirwf''luiy S island Grove 61 ..... ._..__ IS IS S.3115 un I.m 4.111I
I 10 MlramP1 171 ......_ 21 2t 7.4\2\ 2.1111 1157: 4,5011
'I, 11 Archer 223 ." ,_ _.._ 12 12 un 1.41' 2N U2ti
11 Stephen Foster 114 i .. .... 2IJ Zt 10,115 7.552 7.101" 1.012
13.School Adm'D'IL Bid" W ....." I 1.2U IOC MO un
-. lie Melrose 15 ...._ 15 K 42305 25..... 3S.m: 44.44
1S. Rochelle St _._ 14 14 4.1194 2.17\1 J.3ft4 t.m
10.Or, { Scout Hut 411 Beach x. 12 12 SUI' 30,207 4t.4t' 47.2541
17.Calnelvil: Hip 354 : It IS TI31 UU un .175

Atredon&t. 120 1Sf 1ST 87..t 51,131 10,556 77.523
r I'Orange JIll. II _._ II 91 12.\1 2Ul! 28nl2 34.311
.,1. High Springs 117 .. ._ 27 27 1.31\1I\ 3.111 .1112 4,175
2L 1111/1/ spring 1M John ....._., 21 Zt 101$ Ullt UWI T.m
21. Camp'1I1e, 40 Lurie ._ 17 17 .IIMI! I.m UIS .11.
21 P. K. YOIIe' d Rosa D D 1,414 1.171 U1l I.m

2t WtttW'JOd School' 4aJ ) -'''_ 21 It lUn 11,1.411 13.344 2IIS7I
25. dIJIoIJ 2JI lMIe ,_ D D 1637 7.411II U4! 141'7
21. LdtIeweod 41' 12 12 UI! tO! {,151 lSaJ
27. JtecrllUoll Center DJ a",,"+ee D 5 !1115 2IS III 41'7
21. Voting MacbJnt Thai 401 ." _.._ IT 7 121 I" m 4M
19. Howard Illlhop 14 tNt m TIt 111
1
ISM pM. IT s.. a.. I
II. lake rOASt m . ._ a 12 n.m ZU1S Jl.7JJ: 11M _
Goldwater Election Party 31. 17ortda C nbs 231 ul1. .- 11 11 Uti S5t N 1.144
21. It. KJcbHI'0IIiR1l ill '& li 13 3,055. un 1211'7 1.457Waihington
at the Goldwater fceulqurlm acnM f r m th TOTALS ".N
gathered
1,40& un
COP supported 14 It 2m 1.:1:
t 4.wetko.s. Ie root fer the Atlzosa senator u t" rr\aru were coaated.


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S GMieiville Sun Wtdneiday, November, 196&ciine5uille

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MJ4 ULDIN -- -
CONSCIENCEOF .
I ,ON tHE. RIGHT

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< un I ; Will thACOllap GOP : ;


THE [a .. )
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JOHN .. HMHIIOW, Presided MPuMltkwi M1io' ?' t
PAT COWLS VIM/ Presl.Florida's .. SOUTH
Mtf IB JOHNSON Vice Presided
Beautiful end .....IIve I""' twi W., O. (till)
city't li M SlllltOI.1, VIM Presided end A4Vfrtltil By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY; JR.
University Dirtctlff 101 TAetAal.IOae, By RALPH McfiILL l
Vet Prudent i tiM ClrwUtWw 101......, ..".,.. ..". WI..'.. ..' ._ The pollsters were very emphatic In predicting that; Senator -
", Ilit *ll...., in. "....11.'... Coldwater would a) lose the election, and b) Jose It bya

THE SUN'S POLICY very substantial margin. They may be right, and they

be As Casey Stengel said earnestly after a
1. Report the news fully End Jmportlolly In the news columoi. GettingPeople may wrong. from the floor-
difficult question
2. Express the opinion of ft* Sun In.--bur only In- ditonoll., long pause pondering a exhypothesl on
"Whom knows. I write, today (Nov. 2)
3. Publish all sides of Important controMmol Issues.
There will
the assumption that the pollsters are correct. ,

The Sim's telephones: All departments 378-1411 OffWelIare after ally be plenty of time to analyze their mistakes, and

the public's clairvoyance, If an upset- victory Is'registered.

1 On the assumption, however, they are correct, I:wish,,to
{ meditate for a moment on the probable collapse-'m' the


I and'OI.S: ki > 1'1w morale IT IS of QUITE the Republican TRUE, Party.for ressons I have described In a
WASHINGTON
British Politics "Socialism NOTES previous analysis, that the future of the Republican Party
h
"t
e welfare is threatened. If liberal Republicans will hereafter refuse

Some British political analysts believe ness and are acquiring a closer stale, and "big government"were to vote for conservative Presidential candidates; and if con

the Labor Party is on the decline identification with the broader eco during 10 the continually parroted servative Republicans will tit for ,.' tat hereafter refuseto
recent
in spite of the fact that It has nomic problems! that bear on nation. Senator Goldwater campaignby and local 1 A vote for liberal Republican Presidential candidates has, then had
the chances are at least very good that the GOP
just won the general election and has al prosperity rather than their own candidates that these it, and that we shall be left in America either, with a one-

ousted the Conservative government individual wants. words and phrases becamemere party system, -or else that, we shall embark: upon 'a, convulsive

from power. partisan epithets stir "Think of the money Invested In oil this.'' period at the. end of
ring emotions rather ..
than
Io'ft" th 111 b a' a ive
In the United States organized .w cpdtittcal era w e
rational thought \ i ;; with r-ilb'
This conclusion is drawn from the labor still is quite firmly aligned The harsh truth Is that we regrouping,
eral! Republicans {Joining
fact that the total vote received by with the Democratic Party, But the must take strong and immediate 'Utopia' Rejected Democratic ranks,:and 'con

all the Labor candidates was the economic and class distinctions between semi-socialist measures to servative Democrats joining

smallest of any of the last four gen the Democratic and Republican prevent the development of a their ,souhnales either in the

eral elections. It'was 1.7 million less Parties are not so sharp nor that welfare we cannot burden afford so heavy it. Nrut flork (Clmra oppose the efforts! of the Supreme of the majority was clearly, Republican Party, or in a

than in 1951 and 10,000 less than in so deeply inbedded as they have beenin About 25 per cent of our national By JAMES RESTON Court of the United against extreme conservatism new national party.

1959. Britain between Laborites and population already Is, In NEW YORK Barry Gold- States and .the Congress to as defined by Gold- These are, clearly possibilities.

Tories. Both major parties, in this one degree or another, disadvantaged water not only lost the presidential gain a more equal place for water The Republican mod Another is that the
American life?' erates Sen. Keating of New juices of regeneration will go
-
the Negro in
in education
especially
election
but
This drop.occurred during a periodin country usually have embraced a yesterday
John to work within the Republican -
If we cannot educate And their answer was "No. York, Congressman
the conservative
which there has/ been a steady increase wide range of political opinion. these persons to be able to well. He has wrecked cause his as. These were the choices the Lindsay of New York, Scott of 'Party, and that In due

in population and in the num. Here also labor union members earn at least a subsistence for a long time to come party Republican candidate offered Pennsylvania, Gov. Romneyof .course it will bounce back-

ber of employed person in Britain. have been moving away from centering Income they will become almost and Is not even likely to con- them from the beginning of Michigan C ov. Chafee of and take power.* .

The same period, however, has been all their political weight on demands totally a welfare prob- trol the wreckage.It the campaign to the end. He Rhode Island, Taft of Ohio, CONSIDER'Iom1 fairly recent
lem. (Roughly half of this 25 those In his Sen. Prouty of Vermont, figures. As recently as
marked by a decline in manual work for legislation and party is not only that he ran opposed party
per cent Is Negro) behind President Johnson by who had gone along with the and almost all the other Re- in 1924, the Democratic Par
and increase in skilled technicians intended solely for the
ers an pledges

special WE SIMPLY cannot affordto a larger majority than any New Freedom of President publican progressives ran ty under John ,.W. Davis,
and workers trained to handle benefit of organized labor. support so substantial a other loser in the history of Wilson, the New Deal of well ahead of Goldwster. managed to get only 21 per

sophisticated machines brought on percentage of our people on presidential elections but he, Franklin Roosevelt' the Fair This was widely regardedas cent of the ,popular vote.

by automation and new types of in- They have taken a broader interest welfare programs. But we ran so far behind the very Deal of Harry Truman and an answer to the conservative Granted,. the Progressives

dustry. in taxation, foreign affairs, pub- certainly will be confronted progressives he scorned in his the New Frontier of John F. Republican argument got 12 per cent. But even If

lic health national defense and other with this harsh decision unless own party that he now facesa Kennedy and Lyndon John- that the GOP has lost the one assumes that every Pro
we provide education for GOP revolt against his I son. He demanded a clear presidency six out of the last gressive was plucked from
Some of the largest declines in She policies that affect the nation as a at least subsistence living. leadership and associates In "choice" in the belief that the eight times because it put up Democratic ranks, that is

Labor Party's vote occurred in the whole. They are less antagonistic toward The cost of failure to do so the Republican national and nation was basically conservative progressive candidates The only 40 per cent of Jhe, total 1 .-

industrialized cities. Its gains came government policies and programs would not be merely money. state organizations. and It rejected him.; record now is that they have vote, an incredible landslidefor

mostly in the poorer sections of that are likely to help business We would pay a heavy pricein THE ONLY THEORY he won only twice with Eisen- the Republican. .
political discontent in PRESIDENT JOHNSON, of hower a moderate and lost '
London and other large cities populated promote foreign trade and possible proved Is that part of the whose party,"was repudiated
slum riots and lawlessness course, had sentiment, history today with a defiant conservative *
largely by unskilled workers.At otherwise improve the economic deep South, particularly the a mere;eight;years! :
and in all the Ills that and economics on his side. He by the largest margin
rural his later ushering in the goldenage
South favors ,
health of the nation. come from tueh desperate policies had been In 'office for less since the election of 1938.
of leaving the Negro revolution of the Democratic- Par
the time the Liberal conditions than a since the assassination

same year I
to the Judgment of the ty. In 1920 the Democrat Cox:
Party, which elected only nine memo This trend, if it continues, is unlikely The strength of the American states. His gamble that the of President Kennedyput GOLDWATER'S policy of (with FDR as his running
enterprise system lies in him In the White House: leaving the Negro battle for
bers of Farltamenf\ showed tremendous to strengthen a third party, North would put its prejudice mate) got only 34 per cent I
the fact that our profit dollar Therefore, the sentiments of equality to the states seems
gains: In popular votes, even as in Britain. It is more likely to result has a social conscience and against the Negro ahead of sympathy for Kennedy and to, have had effect only in ,,01 the vote, well below the
its candidates lost. One interpretation labor orientation of Its conscience was disproved. 37 per cent hat the Repub-
though in less the responsibility. People support giving the new President a parts of the Democratic Deep
His belief that the American
of these figures is that Democratic Party and in some crossover government and believe in it chance worked in his favor. South. His farm policies did lican Landon got In the year
people would turn against the
skilled workers now higher paid and k11, of union members to the Republican so long as It is responsibleto principles of social security at He was running with the trend not carry,him through ID the of FDR's greatest triumph,
their needs. Our system is not only of his own party but Republican heartland of the In 1936. Indeed, In the three
living in modest but newer communities Party. That obviously did not home and collective security
Presidential elections that
stronger than ever before because of the moderate and progres- Middlewest. His appeal to the
are losing their old union In this election because of the abroad was rejected, even
happen Roose
we have done that. sive Republicans, and he was "old morality" did not prevaileven Immediately preceded
loyalties to the Labor Party and are sharp awing to the right by the Republicans Reviewing the cam p a I II n the which middle he Western centered Bible his belt seeking election at the height in the so called Bible velt's sweep In 1932, the Democrats

abandoning some of their fervor for in their platform and their one searches in vain at the on yearnings turned moral of the longest peacetime pe- Belt.Yet averaged less than 35
against
socialistic programs now that theyare nominee. In fact, crossovers have national or local level for any roid of sustained prosperity the paradox of President \ per cent of the popular vote.
citation Mr. Goldwater him.The since the last Johnson's I And still another of
war.
by or Impress v e figure
more prosperous. been the other way. But if the Republican American people followed
his followers of any freedomswe Yet despite these obvious victory Is that it seems to Interest. la 1931, ,the British
the
historic
Party should return to its have lost.WHETHER. voting pattern advantages, the margin of his have been less an endorsement Labor Party, having previously -

They haven't yet made the transition former middle-of-the-road character, day's of 45th the nation presidential In yester elec victory was astonishing. In of him personally thana taken power, was clobbered

to supporting the Conservative there might well be a tendency for CONSCIOUSLYor tion. In a time of the East he was getting about vote against his opponent's at the 'polls, reduced froma

Party, but they are moving .away many labor union members to awing not, there was harmful deceit peace and prosperity comparative 68 per cent of the popular policies. The President 'did majority in the House to a
in this sort of attack on vote as compared with Kennedy' appeal to moderation and continuity
58
from their former class conscious. over toward the G.OP. they voted once more for mere seats. The Party
our necessarily big I government continuity rather than for 54 per cent in the 1960 and those two qualities hung on and regained pow.

It grows big becausewe radical change. They voted, election against the moderate so assiduously emphasized er In 1945, and again In 19(4If .
and our problems grow usual for the incumbent Republican candidate, Rich- by the President in a one wishes to concen
A VISIT WITH FIDEL as ,
larger. The Senator never explained president rather than for his ard M. Nixon. He was getting vigorous campaign seem to trate on the Ideological relevance .

for example, how he opponent. Whatever their nearly 65 per cent In have struck the popular moodof ,of Mr. Coldwater's

I would maintain and pay for doubts, they went along with the Middle West, where Gold- the nation. candidacy consider the fate
the forces the water hoped to prevail, All this Is, strikingly similar
strong military ,
the welfare home and
The state at of the Socialist Party '.In
against 48 per cent for Ken- to the ,
Artful Dodger new bombers, and the aggres- coexistence with the Communists voting patterns of American elections between
live foreign policy proposed rather than nedy four years ago. And the American people In this
overseas re- 1900 and 1932. It substantial
without an equally strong government while 1 Senator Goldwater century Despite their wistful was s -
verse the trend of the last
that taxed heavily to seemed sure of carrying the longings for the past, they party. Even so. It

Q Nets tJork uTtmr despite a dizzy pace. He lem. But he read a recent pay for this necessary secure generation.Accordingly Lyndon Baines states of Alabama Mississippi tend to' favor Innovation and averaged only I per cent of

By c. USLLZBERGFRHVAN sleeps six hours nightly, naps' book on the C. I. A., likes ity. We certainly will not be Johnson of Texas like Theo South Carolina and LouisIana reform. The reforming Instinct 'the popular voter A Notwithstanding

Fidel Castro'strademarks after lunch, eats regularly at history and biography and able to maintain the huge central dore Roosevelt, Calvin Cool- President Johnson's though suppressed In it was deeply' Influential
11 and 7, skin-dives, hikes, claims he has learned from cities and endlessly 1 I and S. Truman nopular majority all over the the ItMs and turned back by far American politic
Idge, Harry
are a beard, the plays occasional baseball Marx, Engels, Plutarch, Livy, sprawling suburbs without a the three other Americans South was running over 53 the Republicans In the 1920s, NOtfMAN.. THOMAS,. -I it
most hectic schedule of -
world any "You know" he confides, Cicero and Machia. veil strong central govern ment who went to the White HouseIn percent of the total. has dominated American politics principal spokesman 'during
statesman and what
"with Even In many voting districts under Teddy Roosevelt that period and later, ''confessed
"I'm a better pitcher now ( Napoleon's notes! ). that works cooperatively with this from the vice ,
ever he docs<< military uni- century
than at university., I've got Reared as a Catholic, now the slates and cities elected populated mainly by Woodrow Wilson. Franklin) I a few years ago that
form presidency was by
paratrooper boots and more on the ball., My con- ,an atheist he cites Heracli- This Is especially true in the In his Roman Catholics, President Roosevelt, Truman and Ken he"had no serious quarrel
bolstered people own right,
automatic pistol. trol's Improved. One wonders tus' theory of perpetual education. As aforesaid we and he elected Johnson's vote wis about 10 nedy for moat of the twentieth with the domestic, policies
It
Is was over
no surprise when he how hard the batters change. cannot afford to have 25 per per cent higher than the 1460! century. of Dwight '.D. Eisenhower.Since .

arrives at ones hotel room try to hit him. cent of our population on "el- whelmingly.THE vote of President Kennedy, most Coldwater Republicans
at midnight, leaving tommy Castro Is divorced and has VOTERS answered the the first American President GOLDWATER UTOPIA( :Interest
fare; so what do we do to are manifestly
gun guards In the quiet hall, Castro adopted this peripatetic little family life except for enable them to subsist on their major questions of the election of the Roman Catholic faith. was in the past President ed' more in' the propagation
drops Into an a r mchnir, regime because of his visits to his schoolboy
son
quite clearly: Johnson
own? Educators have advanced was talking about of their point of view than In
\lights a huge cigar, sips private war against bureau He becomes Immensely emotional suggestions for study Would the United States THE A11F RiCAN: election I the Great Society of the future any statistical blitzkre.igs it
brandy and discourses cracy. The prime minister's verging on tears, reject the policy of tryingto was in sharp contrast to the Goldwster
office and One of these is a If hour was talking will take time to measure the
Castro Is not laconic- Bal was costing much when discussing his sister, reach honorable other two
school that would open at an accommodation major changes of about Intimidating the Com full effect of Mr. Goldwater'scandidacy
anced on beds, his compan- accomplishing little; therefore Juana, who defected and now with the Com- government In Britain and the munists, Johnson stout
ions start to nod but Fidel, he did away with It liedidn't assails him. He claims Juana eight o'clock in the morning munist world despite all their Soviet Union in the last few reaching an accommodat Ion on the public phfl- ;
and remain until l I midnight
as all Cuba calls him, talkson want to see 90 per cent fled because> he refused! open disappointments since the last weeks. The British govern- with them. Goldwater was osophy.. .'
with graceful gestures, of the people who wanted to her nepotistic privileges.He world war, and accept instead ment of Prime Minister Harr talking ideology, Johnson of Assuming;then to repeat **
see him so, by artful dodging that the pollsters are correct -
suddenly squatting on the protests it Isn't his role IN A GREAT congested de- a more aggressive old Wilson was given only a unity unity of the parties, .
carpet among cigar ashes, he made himself privately to designate successor! but prived area a 16-hour school: policy toward the Communist four vote margin in the House of the regions of the allies, there are ,precedents '.
sketching Indomitable Inaccessible if publicly vis world? Slid "no." of Commons. The Soviet UnIon of aplenty for American' conservatives
blueprints, hints his brother Raul, would could give instruction in the They the continents.His .
ible. He has scattered secretaries to resist such
tireless C Would they along with had to resort to conclusions
the in go multiple spectacular
get job, an victory is
emergency r ing, combine supple-I
and does business with
Over six feet tall with because Raul "is popular n, lary Instruction and recreation Ire)? Goldwater, the Republican leadership. But Johnson not bound to have an effect not 11 many.of etc publicists
hips, clear skin, small hands, ministers in their ministries has authority and people In the afternoon, and nominee, in his efforts only won decisively but seemed only on the future thought will stampede towards, .

slender wrists from certain Castro Insists he is a Communist say he Is more radical thanI. in the evening concern lt elf to reverse the trend toward certain of having a substantial and leadership of his own but to the effect that conservative

angles he looks like a football and certainly Cuba is with the education of parents centralized government direction Democratic majority not only on American leadership principles have for all time t

guard In fancy dress, a Soviet satellite la military People always directed towards bringing i of economic policy with In both houses of the Con In the Alliance, but in the been "discredited- ]

from others like a hefty has- dependence, trade and propaganda the radical sympathizewith them to understand and have in the nation Again they gress.It coming confrontations with Socialism (allS!), was not .
sidle rabbi He has much He protests indignantly position. the capacity to reinforce the seem to have said "No." seemed fairly obvious Communist Russia and Com- descredited during the first

charm, boundless ambition, when one observes he is Castro is one of the most education their children would Would they Intervene to from the returns that the will munist China. one-third of the centurvaotwithstanding .

a feverish mind and a youthful uncommumstically India-I Interest I ing perse sallies b. receiving. ",its dismal performance -** i,

fresh assurance that is ciplmed and romantic "I thrown up by the underdeveloped Such a school would perhaps stIM;polls' ftor* '

both attractive and danger was originally a Utopian socialist third world. Intelligent triple the usual number was the Democratic. Party.: .
ous. ," he concedes, "but tough brave volatile his 1 of whose candidate bvlKV and *
teachers. of its teachers
At 4 45 a m. he derides to drew closer to communism at Bay of Pigs victory and Soviet would have Many unusual func- Voice of the People and 1924 received Ie*w e rvetef "

tour sleeping Havana so, jad- university and in prison"after courtship have given tion. It would be necessary to than any of the nationally "

ed except for the prime minister ( an early abortive him a superiority complex have counseling teachers, basic registered polbten'ipredict

all of us (including tommy coup.) something he didn't need. school teachers home-mak- w.OirThe Sun's for Senator Goldwster -*
gunners) descend to the He says he became formally Profoundly convinced that leg teachers and so on. Sucha OpinionDisputes Page- = .. The political J!.event of*

kitchen for sweet syrupy coffee Communist "not as a revelation Cuba and all Latin America school would be expensive 1)84 that the historian 'will .

clamber Into cars and but after a long process were held down by U S. economic and would cost perhaps twiceas and Health as "the Christian Mary Baker Eddy Is studied especially note I venture: ,

drive around while Castro ," during 19M-61. It imperialism he is determined much as the regular school, Science: Bible." In conjunction with the Bible the prediction was what: :

talks. Only at 6, when his sounds more as if CUba'lCommunilts to move leftward I but If it shows the way to removing 'Protestant' The Christian Science relig but does rot replace k. happened la Suf Frtrtlsc

guest must depart does Joined Castro with implacable hostility towards people from welfare ion is based on the Bible and I have just been attending 011 July 1,3;, not,whet.b

he bid farewell with pressing who had won power despite us. But he remains rolls to earning their I own EDITOR, Sun On October selections from the King: a conference la Boston ef key ed II JIwt poll! ot3 f.wTmber

invitations to return. "But not because of them. Certainly quintessent 1 ally romantic: way, it would be worth the IS In your Voice of the People J.ames'enon of the Bible church workers from many I.

my visa took two years," he Castro's Mar list his Intellectual formation cost Federal aid would be printed a thoughtful are studied daily by eYfI'JChnatlan parts of the world and the There don remain, to be
Is reminded. 'Yes he replies studies are scattered and In- seems as disorganized as necessary What do we do? letter you signed 'ProtestAnt" Scientist Readings theme which ran an through sure the question whether

eminently satisfied complete. his agendum. Moscow may One thing we can do Is to from this book form a Urge the meetings wu a Bible there will be s future for

"It's easier to see me thanto Nowadays his reading Is jet discover this audacious, quit giving ear to the postal Unless clarified one statement part of every church service Verse historians to write in. But

get here." hodgepodge mogUy agricultural visionary gambler is not leaders who try to paint a pic- made might wen prove of this denomination. DONALD R. "LANE then of course that Is. hi away

At 3ft: Castro shows no treatises; he is obsessed what Moscow means by a tun of a world that no longer misleading to your readers. "Science: and Health with CVmian Science Committee one of the issues of the

signs of burning himself out with a tough farm prob Marxist. Leninist mats The writer refers to "Science Key to the Scriptures' by on PubUcation for Florida current campaign.


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AT-A-GLANCE I FILL ANOTHER BOOK OF PLAID STAMPS THIS WEEK FOR FINE CHRISTMAS GIFTS




a Senators

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Incumbent): Williams\ Jr., D. I
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;\ ilornia:* George Murphy, D.
New York: Robert F Ken
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) : (x) John J. Will N. Burdick, D.
R.orlda. OhioRobert Taft Jr., R.
L. HoiUall Oklahoma: Fred R. Hams,I H
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: (x) Hiram L. Fong,I Pennsylvania! : (x) Hugh D. I

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I:' Hashes EntertainAt flf Calendar Events i I ilJOIOfJ] HnD THE ffilHIL f Y.I.



Ruth Weimar. Woman's Editor !
: Open HouseDr. SENSATIONAL FABRIC

[TODAY, November 4

and Mrs. William A. department, and Mrs. Nash,! Democratic Women's Clubof Junior Women Meet Thursdays;

Nash entertained with an open were assisted In the hospitalities Alachua County, 8 p.m., SPECIALS
wives of staff members Guaranty Federal Savingsand I
their by
at
house Sunday afternoon The American H Life FIr.t the Woman's '
Loan (o m e Baptist Church and presl- man of Auxiliary
home honoring new f a cult y Pouring coffee and punch Gainesville Department of the Gainesville dent of the Gainesville to the Alachua County Medical
of the afternoon were Mrs. Bridge Club,
members of the Department during
Junior Woman' Club will trial Association I
will
Mini8-1
Engineering Science and Mechanics Clifton C. Hill, Mrs Ibrahim 7:30: p.m., Holiday Inn. pre- Society. MARCE PRINTS
sent the at the No8 30 for the -
Gainesville program : am Group meetings practicing
of Ebcloglu, Mrs. John D. Brls- Fine Aria Association
UF College
of the tor, Mrs. Thomas Nail and Members Juried vember meeting on Thursday at PrIor to the meeting at 9 of mouth to mouth re- 36-lnches Wide-U.S. Made-.100% Cotton
Engineering. Included Dr. Mrs. Julius Siekmann. Shew, I p m. Recreation Center the Woman'l Clubhouse, West a.m., a film on mouth to mouth.suscitation with Resusci Anne, Complete woshoblo, little or
Honored guests Lu and Mrs Ar- University Avenue when Dr. resuscitation, entitled 'T h a' t a life-sized doll, will be ached. no Ironin,.
S. Y.
and Mrs.
and Mrs.Mrs.Fang-hul Gal Neville Ho. ,Dr.Dr. and dashlr Jahanshahl assisted in Gainesville Coin Club, 7:30 Fred Leughon will be the IIIMt They May Live", will be shown!uled following the meeting.The I Ii Wide selection of'prints. 39 Yd
speaker. by Mrs. George T. Singleton.Dr. International Affairs Department
and Dr. add the courtesies. p.m., Chamber of Commerce i REG; 79c yd.
Mrs. Lul Habip
Laughon, minister Cif the Mrs Singleton Is safety 11i1'I will have "LittleBells"
call d
Mrs. Bernard Ross. i More than 65 guests Building.
bracelets available for
Dr. Nash, who Is head of the.during the afternoon. : University Newcomers,
9
SI.10. Profit of the bracelet sale Township
Eight O'clock Club, I p.m., IRISH
I I
the General Federation
University Women's Clubhouse ABOUT PEOPLE will benefit PRINTSWIDE
of Women's Clubs' projectfor
m .r West Newberry Road. "Instant Schools"' In rural TWEED -
J.t' cua Lula Tompkles Club, 3 p.m., Miss Georgia Ann Bicknell As a birthday gift for Dr. Mexico. SELECTION
f' Masonic Temple. daughter of Dr. George F. Williamson, two juvenile UNICEF Christmas Cardsand e 45-lmlira Wid. OF VILLAGER
University Women's Club Bicknell, and Mill Janice mystery books written by his TYPE PRINTS
note paper also may be or-j 1376 R.yen-
Choral Group Rehearsal 10 Ceclle Jacunikl daughter of I
granddaughter Rebecca, and
dered at this meeting. 7% Slk .
a.m., Club House, West New- Col. and Mrs. E. W. Jacunskl a teen aged friend, Mario 18-mch.i 50% Cotton Wid.Coer
Clark Powell Jones Jr. Is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. I berry Road.THURSDAY were officially received Into Gard under the penname .A. KGs cIr.rmIIlID C Coordinet.d 50% Modihtd, R.ye
Clark Powell Jones for their first child born November 1 'November I the student body of Barry Gwen Kimball, were presented USA M.d. CompltMly w..h.bl.REG. *

at Alachua General Hospital Golden Age Club 1:30: to College, Miami Shores, during to him by his daughter REC. $1.00
yd.
The baby's grandparents art Mr, and Mrs. Herman 0. 4.30 Recreation Center. I Freshman Investiture ceremonies The books, "The Puzzle of $1.69 yd.
Jones Sr. of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. B. E, Eddlni of Gainesville p.m. recently.The the Lost Dauphin," and "The
R e c rea lion
Cullman, Ala. I. two girls! who received Puzzle of Roanoke the Lost
and Mrs. Eddms who arrived Sunday to visit their Department, Physical I Fitness Colony have ( )
Mr. : Lesson 4, Recreation : academic caps and gowns Just been published SUNDAY, November S $ )77cyd.
daughter and family, will remain a fortnight.Mr. University Women's Club, signifying their role as stu- by Duell. Sloan and Coffee complimenting Miss

and Mrs. Robert G. Feather announce the birth of a son, Evening Bridge, I p.m., University I I dents of Barry will wear Pierce of New York. Kay Nelson, fiancee of Ron .
Mark Jaikwro Feather, born on November 1 at Alachua Women's Clubhouse, them at Important campus ald Wiggins, 5:30: to I:30 p.m., .
General Hospital West Newberry Road. functions Orchid Society Mrs Frank Ussery, 617 NE
200 freshmen
Maternal grandparents are Major and Mrs. Jack Crawford Gainesville Junior W 0 m- I This year, Tenth Place.
19 states and 10
and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Rob. r I D. an's Club, 9 a.m., film, "That foreign representing countries are enrolled Gainesville Orchid Society

Feather, all of this city.Woman's They May Live", 1:30: a. m., at Barry College. will meet Friday at I p.m. when :
Meeting. colored slides entitled "Silvaba- :
Club Schedules University Mother's Club, Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. ark Culture of Orchids," will Jfnfirall Anroatttifctrotviti SINGER SEWING CENTERS
12:30: p.m., luncheon, Holi- be shown. The society will meetat bY .IMwI IM
Inn. Williamson have as their house EDMUND DWYIKtlertnlaiut 216 W. UNIV. AVE. FR fi-6310
Two Bridge Parties day the City Utilities Center, 555SB '
this week their daughter ,
guests .
Gainesville Chapter 44, l Fifth W W. u." tity An It
Avenue.
OES, I p.m., Masonic Tem \, Mrs. Raymond G. Herb, 1. 1141'j j
Gainesville Woman's Club has| Guests Included Mrs. H C.I, and children Emily, who Is

slated two bridge parties this Vreeland, Mrs. Dorothy Lang ple.Epsilon Sigma Alpha Jewel six, and William, age two, of
don, Mrs. Florence Noel and Madison Mich., who flew to
the first on Friday November
month Pin Ritual, 7 p.m., Mrs
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The older Herb children, I ijiiJ
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Earl P. Martinson and Mrs. UF Bridge

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brown sugar sugar. Place a pineapple slice comes out clean about K bill enough
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,,,11m. said it will be several ings from Co,. Farris Bryantand
I Burns Hopes Reapportionment Won't Be a Problem I,any weeks appointments.before he will announce'!agencies studying budgets of-state j

In the Immediate future, he "Gov. Bryant has extended?{
By F. T. MACFEELY 1965 regular session," Burns ing Florida more: of a businesslike critic nomination last spring, his plans at the end of million dollarBurns began'plans to be In Jacksonville the himself In providing me with:
a
victory!
JACKSONVILLE (AP-Gov.-) said ai he began preparing to state, and said It Is a six- Burns has talked of seeking reelection celebration In the Jacksonville and 'rest of this week; attend an helpful Information," Burst
was Interrupted by laughter. -
elect Haydon Burns said today take over as chief executive Job. I surance meeting at West said. "He was not as fortunate
year In 1968 for a fouryearterm. Coliseum. It was tame compared Breaking Into a broad tn-I'
ht would like to avoid grin then when he
a fight from Farris Bryant on Jan, 5,1 Bahamas on Sunday; went Into office. It took
"It Is : with those he held at he corrected hlmself-"th. million
over reapportionment, but If something we can't do, a fishing vacation with his several months to get acclimat.
necessary he would call a And I certainly do not want In two years.to he said, "But I Although Florida's governor;:primary election time. vote mark." ed and filled In." .
special session of the Legislature to sea the U.S. Supreme Courtor am satisfied that In six years we normally can't succeed himself,' Burns got the biggest! response Holley's charge that Burns:Mildred.won't have too long," he Until sworn In as governor;
next summer. : any other factor outside the I can leave the state not only witha It Is possible this time as the from the crowd of 1,000 by a slip had more than a million dollarsIn :saW. "It Is only 60 days before Burns plans to continue as ma*
'state of Florida delving Into our spirit of progress but also in state election rotates to the of the in of- of
"I hope "' tongue In) his declaration a bank In the Bahamas this administration goes yor Jacksonville.
not be reapportionment will problems, he added. good fiscal condition." year from the presidential Off'j of victory at 11.0: p.m. wbkh Burns denied-was the flee." Choosing a successor Is up t to"
I a, problem. during--the-I -Burns--- set- his- ,-sights- on mak Even before he won the Demo Burns-- talked with- "I believe we shall hit the liveliest- Issue of the campaign.- -- I .Burns said! .h*..ii..getting brief the city council, Bums said. .

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Di ANNIVERSARY: SlCCEfSRl' ary of the Jerusalem] Mission.

at* News I The (th anniversary of SuperIntendent lary Baptist Association with ..: \I- '. .
r of Special InterestTo S. K Lampkin, which Rev. T. D. Davis, moderatorwill Now hosierycan
oL I was observed at the East Side be held at the New Hope your
ItJt"I Church of God in Christ, was Williston
Baptist Church at or
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the Colored successful I
ate ,. Community Nov 20 and also Nov. 22 Mrs be as completely
ooka4 NOTICE Alice tImer, vice president:
News Items for this page should bt directed to Ben F. Child, Colored News Miss L. B. English, second vice
editor, by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 5753.. Do not send The semi annual session of W. '
Jtems directly to the Sun office. the Women's Home Mission and preddent: : Mrs Esther personalized ,as your
tor, Educatonal Convention auxili Hamm,
reporter.
tla i : PwwM rrwwmtn. *ttm avail ea i, win .ae bend en po... I.

BRYANT DONATION MEMORIAM I BUDGET COMMITTEE MEET I face !
> tot In loving memory of our husband The following members of powder
,. TALLAHASSEE Covernor I
father and grandfather, the budget committee of the Mt.
f arris Bryant of Florida
was the late Anthony Ross, who de-,Carmel Baptist Church are re-'
responsible for t tCar
Robert Olympic spr his n parted this life one year ago quested to meet In the dining
Hayes going to
Nov 4, 1963. Mrs.Lugima Moss, area of the church Thursday at
I first big meets. The lover 0 r wife, children and grandchildren .' 7:30: p.m.: Mrs. Marie J. Allen,
I donated
$500 from his personal
I Mrs. Florence Smith, C F
,
funds to send Bob to the National -
I I AAU Champions Meet In Franklin. Mrs. Nellie Grant,
NE BERRY NEWS Clifton Taylor. Mrs. Marie I
Walnut Calif! two
,
years ago Patient In Hospital Feltner, Tit i ut Harper, Mrs.
I I according to information disclosed -, Tom Gray Is a patient In the
here this
week I II
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I r Hayes had missed the NCAA are Cow-ard
I asked to visit him. ,
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JANUARY 1 THE PRICE
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:The next big meet.
? Since that time, Hayes has Notebook Brand new
Continued'to.win races and haslet and
three world records in the big enough a. S 1 3
Hiprlnts: He had won two gold By CLARICE E. ROBINSON for her
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education major at Florida edge all around cavity, to keep been broken Into small pieces, sr for woe him
;>tM He Is a native of Jack meat from drying. Or with big with onion and celery about 8 Brand new eigs nowr Msnna..t ,
wmvllle and a halfback on the needle and heavy cord lace minutes or until sausage Is end
Battlers! football team. across cavity, catching the akinwith done. Add bread crumbs, parsley smart enough
each stitch and poultry seasoning, mix for both

:;CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. On a front quarter or half, well.cavity Stuff of birdAn halves. or body I .ali

Pleasant Methodist The sew wing tightly to body or ----
'Youth choir will rehearse today fasten with skewers put firmly
t ( pm Choir Mo : will at an angle. On a rear quarter
,rehearse tomorrow, 7:30: p.m. or half, sew drumstick to tail I SINTRODUCES
Edell Turner, president: Rich Stuffing( may be baked separately .
.,ard Parker, organist. The Board while the turkey cooks :
Of Education and Church School Use heavy paper to hold stuffing ., \
:Staff will meet Friday, 7:30 p.m. in place and lace cord Extra Iii.-
( 'V. L. Trapp Chairman Commission across paper from side to aide ,
: on Education; J. Franklin Place turkey part, skin side,
o Jones; Jr., Church.School I up, on rack in roasting pan.
:superintendent Cover with thin greased cloth VacationBy
= Mt. Carmel Baptist Youth or brush skin with fat. Do not
Forum today, 7:30: pm, and add water. Do not cover pan.
'also the Choir will have its rehearsal Roast at 325 F (slow oven),

and Ushers' Board basting several times with A sift of 1 ifgage li i gift they'll love ..,especially If It'i Sim-
;No a will meet, 8pm.; Teachers drippings. Ship 10n,1t'1,i new Jctpak Designed to pink for a weekend of fun or HOSIERY BY
Meeting Thursday, 7:30: p. Poultry stuffing usually I work, yet iliri: under i let wit with airline approval I Jeirack It
;m.; and the Choir will again start with a dry base-bread ill modem cSciign i Vuft mil mam, reinUnt interior:. mint
have Its rehearsal Friday, crumbs, flaky cooked rice or Time to relax, hove fun num frame. hidden lock. The latent addition to the decant
II Samwmlet' Sllhouell line Sort your favorite traveler on the
p.m. Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; seasoned mashed potatoes. Use and arrive refreshed way, to a complete matching ut this Chrietmae.wiih, Jttfik. Ciures' 01
1
Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, report-I butter or margarine or poultryfat 'duosWORLDjb HIS in Oxford Grey, Deep Olive Featuring divider pad' with, c LiL;
er.East for richness. For flavor, add III rick, color-coordlnlt.s lining I
Side Church of God in herbs, finely chopped vegetables HERS (In Venetian Red Oxford Grey, Buciyne Blue, Marina
Christ Church School, 10 and dry seasonings : Blue, Dover White, Willow Green Featuring removable map-in
a.m.; morning worship, 11 pocked' fulUrngth shirred pocket' color coordintled lininj
',a.m.; and evening/ worship, 7 Sausage Stuffing EXCLUSIVELY YOURS, AT WILSON'S
p.m. Elder J. C. Carter, pastor.Mt. 1 pound pork sausage mea TRAVELSERVICE
Olive Primitive Baptist- H cup minced onion Floor Now the Charlesof
1d you can buy hosiery completely personalia
l "Sunday School, 9:30 H diced celery ShopStreet
a.m.; morn. cup Luggage
.'Ing worship, 11 a.m.: and evening 4 cups bread crumbs $OS W. U-U.n-ty Fit .4641 the Rill way! In the shape meant for your leg the acne meant

;' worship, 1:30: p.m. Rev .- -- for jour tool, the shades! meant for your aklntone, and the styles!

r Xinsey, pastor.PERSONALS H.I meant for your life! Only new Charles! of the Hill hosiery can

r EXCLUSIVELY give yon all this pcnonaliMtJ fit and faihion. (N. wonder new

I Charles of the Ritz hosiery looks better, feels better, and weirs
Miss Mary Turner and Miss better than Come vint die GuIlt
:,Mary Hunt, both of Ft Lauder'dale YOURS AT ordinary nylons ) our new
: were visiting here yesterday ,I' of the Rita Hoiiery. Bar. Let our Charles of the Sits Hosiery

I Consultant give you your personal hosiery. analyu'e-and a very
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones' Cosmetic
Shop
r rr rs special lilt besides.Wilson's.
f i .and son Jim, all of New York,
*-N. Y., arrived here yesterday on Street FloorThe Street Floor
'a two-week visit with relatives Hosiery Shop
:and friends'
Mrs Mary Jones left/ yesterday .I t
: for Nashville, Tenn., because ::1P '
fi
of business She will be '
away for a week. I
Mrs. Ella H. Richardson returned -, \
: to Gainesville yesterday Jfr'h' /\\I
:from Washington, D. C., follow
.Ing a two week visit with her l J ,
daughter, Mrs. Sarah Hall, and J
:other relatives I
Mss :<:Cora Jones of. Ocala, .
passed through Gainesville yesterday .
enroute to Jacksonville. I
Miss Catherine J. Williams of rrI

Tampa, passed through Gaine"l (I ?% .
ville yesterday en route ,, I
jj4. 7
Springs I AJi'r
Miss Helen Glau of Tampa
spent the past weekend here '

with friends.Mr.. and Mrs.. William H. McDonald ie ( 4fiJc 14t I

here yesterday, of Miami on were a brief flown visit ? \;"' ,

and outing with friends
I "..
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Orange Blossom Classic : : \ ;1 ;
special train will leave Friday, '
Dec 4. at 10:U P.m. at Waldo' fr Tho perfoct bra for
and will arrive In Miami Saturday :

4 at 5:40: a m.Reservation. has begun foe/ay's/ pretty, l

through Nov. 21 by contacting, I lowered necklinef.ee! eJ
the following persons after 3 iB t

asr | pra;.Mrs. Mae Alice: Harris '
p Fit M017 or John Dukes Jr, .

| FR The 3-0X4 round trip fare is ID. 'I \,

Youll .have to pay for your 1V bc4cDtP/

own hotel expanses I "Montoit Look iN (;"1,, .
AIUNGATHOME Wtan your neckline Is more baring, this 1 Is the bra to wear) A bra

V Mrs. Ophelia Ste* 're Is ailing -I It's a high.fashion look, created more by light than color. It lights jour designed for today's artfully lowered recktlneil The bwjfifuf, curve-

0 at her home.her t. .ends are eyes with"Sih cr Fox Eye Shadow"-'our lip with "Ram in;; Red" Lipstick-and giving secret .tf. 9 gentle" addition of eor.',own exclusive: Fiber Fluff"In
asked to visit\
I whole with the bra-cup. Fiber fluff wpp'amcnji' curves ubtl/, dficrettfy. And
lour make-up gold spangled "Mght light Gold" Color Blend. Comein
NOTICE Ine'denfollrey! Fiber fluff', the lighfest form of padding, rra n 3Insiri
Breakfast will be served I ill loon and put a sparkle on )our cheeks to match the one in jour eje) shapeliness! through, countleu waifilrgs and wearing Never

the dining room at tile Shady lumps or mol. Of deflate flowered nylon lace lined with nylon
,
x Grove Primitive Sunday from SILVER FOX Irot-Em Err SHADOW eM YON 2,00
I a jn. to I a.m. i ROUSING RED SimLixiux Ltrrncx 2.00 tricot for a luxury touch ef'0(1,,",. Bock of bra li of lycra tpanxfem

In wht; or black. A ape tzei 32 to 34; B and C cup,sires 32 to 33.
LMTED CHURCH WOMEN NIGHT-LIGHT GOLD on NIGHT-LIGHT PINK COLO Btcn '.00
Cay wJ $6.9$.
World Community WIlt YOU SPEND mt WNUTU
I at PI.LS TAX
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be observed Friday, Not
:II am. and 130: pm at the IN OUR PTTTINO ROOM fO. A IfTTU PIOUS FOR Ill

First Methodist Church. 1h
There will be a covered dish"Wheon. rmtt& YOURS EXCLUSIVELY
the theme: Nations M tILmMHtI
2ne1 Fleer'
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Internationals will be Pre*> ,
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Burns said It will be several|lings from Gov, Farris Bryant
II Burns Hopes Reapportionment Won't Be a ProblemBy 1 any weeks appointments.before he will announce and agencies.studying budgets' of state

j In the Immediate future, he "Gov. Bryant has extended
F. T. MACFEELY 1965 regular session( ," Burns ing Florida of plans to be In Jacksonville the himself In providing me will
mire i businesslike cratic
nomination last ,
!his "
spring plans at the end of
a million dollar-
JACKSONVILLE (AP-Gov.-) said as he began preparing to state, and said it is a six-|Burns has talked of victory Burns began rest of this week; attend an insurance helpful Information," Burnt
elect seeking re-celebration In the Jacksonville
Haydon Burns said today take over as chief executive year job. I election I and was interrupted by laughter. meeting at West End, said. "He was not as fortunate
he would like to avoid In 1966 for a fouryearterm. Coliseum. It was tame compared -! Breaking Into a broad ,
a grin
fight: from Farris Bryant on Jan. 5. Bahamas, on Sunday; then takea when he went Into office.It took
over reapportionment, but if "It Is something we can't do with those he held at he corrected himself-"the mil-| fishing vacation with his wife several months to get acclimated
"And I certainly do not want In two ," he said, primary election time. "
necessary he would call a years "But Ii Although Florida's governor |lion vote mark. Mildred. and filled In." :
special session of the Legisla to sea the U.S. Supreme Court am satisfied that In six years we normally can't succeed himself, I Burns the I
or other factor got biggest response 1 Holley's charge that Burns "W'e won't have too long, he, Until sworn In as governor;
ture next summer."I state any of Florida outside the can leave the state not only with i it Is possible this time as the from the crowd of 1,000 by a slip,had more than a million dollarsin !said. "It Is only 60 days before I Burns plans to continue as mayor
hope reapportionment will 1([problems," he added.delving into our a spirit of progress but" also In state election rotates to the off-[of the tongue In his declarationof a bank in the Bahamas-j this administration goes In of of Jacksonville. ;
problem during the Burns good fiscal condition. year from the presidential race. victory at 11:05 p.m. which Burns denied-was the fice." Choosing a successor is up to
bed set his I
i sights on mak Even before he won the Demo- Burns talked with newsmen of I I "I' -believe we shall. hit the liveliest issue of the campaign. Burns said_h, Is getting brief-I the city council, Burns said. .


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t C c rr.:.. 'I Want '" a !; UF Respects Georgia- I IGeorgia's




''r. on ever ybody's I
I't Florida'"I mind around the Florida foot

< .j.' t. ball practice field this week. Poe Called

"' ..9 ., ,: So much 10, Coach Ray i
oi es akc .m r Graves has ordained another Home, Father tiWednesday s a
want Florida want 'em bad." : #_ \'l' w' 't'd .'.' .1 i drills. Hurt
in
Now left play games. Who Mid that? But there's no secret to the Wreck
'
Bill Peterson, Florida State's coach? It would be In keepIng .J fact the Galore respect the Improving

Except It'. three weeks too early. Bulldogs and they won'tgo Georgia this week. Lonesomeend D
Into Saturday's session at the
Charlie Tate, Miami's coach. Certainly, the ex-Gator frosh : Gator Bowl In Jacksonville napping Charles Casey, held l to just
mentor has his sights set on the UP as a balm for soothIng one catch last week by a de-

the wounds of an entire season. But the Hurricanes area Practice continued to be termined Auburn defense and
plans
month a reluctance on the part of the November 4, 1964 11
away. slowed personnel problems.
by
p UF to jeopardize a 14-fl lead
You guessed it. Vince Dooley, the peppery, knowledgeable Halfback Alan Poe, recovered with a wild offense, nerds only
coach said It. from his ankle Injury sufferedIn twin
Georgia head receptions to be the new
the Ole Miss had to
game
Color(
recordholdcr In that deportment
And he said more, much more, in a recent interview with rush home to Tampa Tuesdaydue -
Constitution writer. points and field goals, Crawford yards,, and a touchdown.
sports
Atlanta I.
Bill Blodgett, to a family problem. Graves said does
Tuesday he
that the kickoff chores. Ridlehuber also: Is the hub ofoffense
". we won't be afraid to walk en the field anymore. Father HurtPoe' expects the long list of wounded Leading Georgia rusher Is with his option run
won't back off from anybody." UF backs to narrow down ning. He has ,
we 235 Into
halfback gained yards
} Injured Bob
.. father was critically considerably for the game with Taylor with :277
carries. 1
Dooley made the statement after Georgia's' Impressive 24-8 in an automobile accident the Bulldogs. yards In 6} carries Ridlehuber I The

victory over North Carolina last week. The status of the fine back Is A king range look probably has hit 11 of 21 passes for 145 sellout contest with about creeps 3,000 closer end zone to a

uncertain for this week's game. will find a foursome of Spurrier yards; Hughes, IS of M for 332UF seats still remaining
A Sleeping GiantFolks Quarterback Steve Spurrier team captain Larry Dupree,
LONESOME END CHARLES returned from a Monday dental Don Knapp and either John Fe-! ..j.. ..!. I ,
CASEY
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in the know, and Coach Ray Graves and his Gator I IJ two more catcher for recordNIBLACK appointment to offense Tuesday. her or Graham McKeel startIng 1\ J c 7t
aides have been among them, knew all along that Georgiawas I 1'e will_ be tiring away against li against Georgia
a potential sleeping giant. I' -
Lines HealthyThe Coaches Tell
J Twenty-ilx returning lettermen, people who have been beat SMILING Gators will be healthy on I
en, kicked, stomped, whipped, crushed you name It for their offensive line for the first
time In weeks. Gary Thomaswill
I
play the short side end and Why Gators Click;

Practice Pleases Randy touchdown Jackson pass who against caught Alabama a-

I will be the strong aide Coaches Night at the
--- weekly told how Florida
i tackle again.Defensively. Gainesville Quarterback Club I sets up Its le-
tenses for ends and linebackers,
r I Gainesville High went through Coach Charlie Roberts singlingout erous bumps and bruises received linebackers Roger <<- meeting turned Into a hilariousand Kessler discussed offensive line
1 ., .la scrimmage Tuesday that had several players for top per. In last week game with Pettee and Jim Bernhardtwill Informative Mission T u e s- blushing while Kinard covered I
Coach Jim Niblack In smiles formances. Live Oak be at full speed joining day night at the Golf and Country pass defense, noting, "You csn't

"We're in about the best Standing out on the line were Coach David Hurse said his Jack Card and Ron Purcell to Club. separate the part from t h e
form of the year" Niblack said Charles Kersey, Frank Taylorand entire starting backfield U hob give Florida four first classmen Coach Ray Graves turned the whole. The linemen out I the
i as he singled out fullback AI ( Jimmy Cole, while outstanding bled with bruises, but he hopes at that post. show over to offensive assist pressure on the passer, thai
two seasons now. Those are the kind of football crack. people Simmons safetyman Jimmy I backs were Doyle they'll be ready Friday. Georgia Is said to be In fair ants Pepper Rodgers, backfield. helps us And what really helps
who grow up overnight and become tough nuts to Culpepper and defensive end Sikes, Russell T a y lor and Standout quarterback Phil I 1 shape Itself. Coach Vine Doo- Fred PancoBit, ends; and Ed us Is when the offense keep the

,, If know your Bulldogs these names should be familiar. Dennis Leahy. Layne Rooks. I,Elder played last week's game ley' Bulldogs cam out of the Kensler, line, and defensive I ball longer One game they had
Enda you like George Nowicki, Pat Hodgson, Barry Wilson, Jim Niblack also was pleased Rooks has been out of action [with an Injured shoulder, but North Carolina lame with few aides Gene tllenson: line; Don It 40 minutes That really makes
Crawford Tackles like Ray Rlssmlller, Jim Wilson. Guards with the fact that shifty Brian with an Injury a good part of he didn't aggravate it hurts There also: are seven I Brown, ends and linebackers; our pass defense look good"
like Wayne Brantley, Jim Smith. Centers like Ken Davis and Hipp Is running at full speed for the season, but he returned to Lincoln toiled mainly on de- sophomores seeing considerable and Billy Klnird. secondary Craves summed up the vie-
John Glass. Quarterbacks like Preston Ridlehuber. Halfbacks the first time in three weeks. i play in the last Friday night's fense Tuesday, working on both action with Georgia this season They lave the Quarterback- lory over Auburn, saying he'd
like Fred Barber, Bob Taylor, Don Porterfield, Wayne Swin- Sophomore quarterback Lar.'game. offense and defense. They Include Frank Richter, era Inside material\ what has take all the 14 I 0 wins over
I ford. Fullbacks like Frank Lankewlcz, Marvin Hurst, Leon ry Sherman also has been Roberts laid he plans to go Swift halfback Ralph Brock- end; and Hughes, quarterback, ,mado the Caters click this season the Tigers he could get.
Armbrester. showing steady Improvement In over defensive assignments today Ington has a shoulder injury and on of fens*. Defensively, end Jerry Interspersed with humor Nehble Anderson, Qfl Club I
his bid for playing time. and adjust to the various Is not expected to see action this Varnado, tackle George Patton that "kept 'em laughing" prexy, said the board of direct
4 They're all battle-tested, capable performers. End Bobby Roundtree is the offenses of this week's oppon- week and guard Dick Phillip are Pancoant drew a roar when tors will meet Thursday to determine

j Gator fans will see a Georgia team Saturday that disdains only player with a serious InJury ent Macclenny. The entire squad Is "pretty being used. The other two are he explained why he came to If the club will make
Ai UF line coach Gene Ellenson said to the Gainesville with a bruised knee. I Starke la taking It easy In well banged up" according specialists, Bob Etter and Stan Florida as in assistant coach an "official" trip to Baton
tricks.Quarterback Club Tuesday sight, "Yon won't see Georgia The Hurricanes will "lighten .drills this week because of num- head coach Jessie Heard. Crawford. Etter kicks ex t r Formerly head mentor at Tamps 'Rouge on Dec 5. for the LSU

the fancy stuff. They Just Ilk* to knock people up" today and work on all phases ran oast said UF head[game The club went to Nw
Suing playas though their health Insurance Is paid of the game. coach Grave told him, "Fred, Orleans for Its trip on the
down. They" Offensive WorkP. Claassen Picks 'Bama I think you'll have a better ,original dale set for the game, '
life.
up for Oct 3, Hurricane
t Hilda causedthe
K. Yonge went through chance of beating Old Miss if
Georgia Is mostly power, mostly straight ahead. The Bull offensive drills Tuesday, with I you join u.." switch In dalesPlay, I I
dogs have a fine kicker in Mack Faircloth, one of the best Steve Tuttle operating at his I Tampa lost to the Rebels 41V
I In the nation. Dooley has his best men on defense. They've new quarterback position. Tech Irish 0 last year and plays at Ole Iltllf1& leadql.4"4'riUO

,, held the line until the offense, directed by tandem quarter- Regular! _signal I caller _Tom Buckeyesgam Miss again this week. ,
Hughes could catch up. ,.
and soph Lynn
\ backs Ridlehuber Dooson will be out for at least) Lllenion lauded Georgia's

Worries UF two weeks and possibly the remainder By HAROLD CLAASSEN Bear Bryant of Alabama, and I Nebraska over Kansas-De 'comeback, noting j the Bulldogs; In VolleyballIn
Sivinford of the season. He In- Associated. ''; ire hard-nosed, hard-running
| Press Sports Writer he has been in the business I spit the heroics of Kansas
jured a shoulder In last Friday since World War II. David Gal the defensive-. and mean. Women's Volleyball action
Ray Sayers,
One! player who especially worries! the Gator coaches Is night's game. NEW YORK (AP) Getting too versatile. minded Huskers will extend I Ellenson slid, "They like lo two close marches were played
Swinford. He's one of the best at running back punts. The Speedy sophomore Danny 89 5 per cent of the votes will put their helmets right In the Thompson Refrigeration topped
Notre Dame over Pittsburgh their winning streak to 11.
Gator kickers will try to keep the ball away from this Trujillo Is working st Tuttla'i win you many an election. But Everyone la raving about the Syracuse over ArmyFloydLittle I other guy's middle and push Jones Johnson with score of

tricky runner all day Saturday. halfback position in the No 1 that kind of an average In football Notre Dame passing attack of will run the Cadets I them back" 13.13.3.13and1S U. Barbara .

has put some bad ball clubs on the field In Jacksonville backfield. picking merely proves you John Huarte to Jack Snow but ragged In this one Rodgers detailed the Gators' Wallace and Ann Tuton
Georgia led the
Coach have been In for five lonesome end Brown scoring for Thomps
Mike Gutierrez slid Tokyo offense t n
against the Gators. Even those bad clubs generallyhave did you know that the Irish Michigan over IllinoisCoachBump .. _
given Florida fits. Now the Bulldogs have a fine team, Us team will get a personnel weeks because of the Olympics defense this season has limitedsix Elliott of Michigan, usu- I each Refrigeration with nine p t bid
boost Last week's Ted l Joyce Suggs scored nine
Arnold
next week with the sddi- gridiron gymnsatics -
plus confidence, oodles of it foes to a total of five touchdowns ally beats brother Pete, coach for Jones JohnlOn.Rohn' .
found
.709
tion of several players from the a percentage
Now here's a quote from North Carolina coach Jim Hickey, B team. The B team finished That brought the season's figures ? of Illinois, and there Is no Indication Loads Loop Dairy Queen defeated
Ohio State over Penn Slate- of a change In the script
fellow whose words command respect with to .105. KlrkpNtrlck Plerson by the
a real gentleman and a 4-1-1 record this week aft
Normally the Buckeyes don't Texas over Baylor Ernie I Ted Arnold rolled games of score of IS. .
7,6 15,15 IX
er a 27-4 win over Fernandina Here are this week's vole-]concentrate on non-Big Ten Koy and the strong Texas defense /Ira, 220 and I 1SS for a M4 series Patty .Vhnell scored 11 points

"We got out hit, rat-tackled, out-played and ..&-bu.tled. Wt Beach. getters foes, but with an unbeaten sea will prove too much to pac the Sunday Mixed for Rnhns and Jane Hall bad U
went Into the game with the same awareness ef a fellow Top Players Alabama o r i r Louisiana ton in prospect they'll grind Princeton over lIarvard-The bowling leagua last outing. for K4I
ready U get mugged II a New York subway. And Georgia [slve Santa Fe also had an often SUIe-This could be the best down the sub-par NHtany Uons final Big Three round.robin I II Bob Brown followed with a I, The games wen played at
practice Tuesday, with
team
put It to ..." ever produced by Coach Arkansas over Rice-The Owl starts for Princeton's great l Sit: set and Bill !Holmes had Sunland Training Center a y m
offense has come apart and,,fullback.I Cosmo lacavazzl SH a'l,and are d the
Without trying to be too punny, remember, this has been should be further blunted by the Purdue over Michigan SI.Ie- Team No 3 had a 2.204! series Gainesville sponsor Recreation by
I Dope r tment >
the year of the "underdog"" In college football. Lets hope FSU Stars LeadState's unbeaten Arkansas array. The Boilermaker sophomores Ironwood Golf Club had a 791

that's no "Bull-dog Oregon State over Indiana,have become of age team seriesJudy I League Standing

j The home field give the West Georgia' Tech over Tennessee Brown led the wo m n flohns Dairy Queen S 0
The Tulane Problem Coast leaders a narrow edge_ :. However, Tech must atop with a 441 series, followed by Jones Johnson 3 :2
OffenseTALLAHASSEE thinking about the Alabama ,Della Crowe with 431 and Ruth Klrkpntrkk: Plerson 1. 4
The expected hassle Involving Tulane has materialized. The Large Wins game a week away |Crappe with 4IS. Thompson Refrigeration 14
Green Wave's bid to play Just three conference games In
1966 will be cut short by the Southeastern Conference which (AP-Steve) Tensl maintained a big lead In I In P.I'-K Test

has no recourse. Tens! and Fred Biletnikoff lifted forward passing completing 14 Eleven year. old D o n aid

The SEC rules call for a minimum of six conference gamesa Florida Slate to a 34-0 rout over of 135 tosses for 1.1C1 yards and Large Jr. won the district Punt, '
Some years a school would get cut short and have Southern Mississippi Saturday 11 TD's, a completion average'Pass and Kick championship I MOTT'S
year. and added to their commandingleads of (2 last week The event was heldat
only five. The SEC then would designate the "sixth game"for per cent Johnson was second IIj
conference purposes. Georgia's game with Clemaon this among the state s collegiate with M completions In 121 Terry Parker High Schoolin

season fit Into that category.But grldders passes for MS yards and six Jacksonville. Large won overtone
Statewide figures showed Ten- Td s, a completion mark of S3 winners from Florida and 1605 N.W.
the Greenles dropped Alabama, Mississippi and Mississippi si leading in total offense with per cent Steve Spurrier of Florida South Georgia. He finished first
State In 'M for a schedule composed of SEC raenv 1JSS yards In 142 plays. Tam- remained In third place with in his group with a XI point
hers Vanderbilt, Florida and rival LSU plus Virginia Tec\ pa's Val Johnson trails Tens. 3f completions In 12 tosses for score. His score was one point TIRE SALE!
Virginia Texas A A M, Stanford Cincinnati, Georgia Tech better than the score with
with 149 yards In 146 plays 4S4 yards, a completion of SI
and Miami The SEC is not about to designate THREE extra i which he won the local championship -
Biletnikoff, catching 10 pastes percentMiami's Trb. Type Pone Li.. .
,ameLAltbeallll'm against Southern Mississippi for sophomore pawing 6.7OsIS 11.93 'it.nl'4'.9"iT

sot certain about this, H could be that eating 170 yards, doubled his nearest whiz Bob Biletnikoff, completed His score now win be com ....1... Slink
Tulane Mt .f the league year after sent win have the rival Florida's lonesome end. 20 of a paws against Detroit pared with scores of winners In e 00.11 11.75
Gator will a problem. Florida may have .n/, six SEC games Charley Casey, In pass receivingand for 113 yards and a completionmark other district competitions lathe i 6.10x13 12.50
Itself that seams Without Tilane touting the LT will have yardage. | of 71 per cent. This broke southern area. Contestantswith 7.S0al4 15.25 11.95 995
five and we confereece will have to designate the sixth game.Florida's Biletnikoff caught 41 passes a school record set last season top cores In the areas will S, lOOxM1.50x14 1595 1495 10.95

for M yards and eight touchdowns by George Mir a. Bilrtnikoff Is win an all expense paid trip to 17.95 15.95
other foes include Northwestern Florida State
and
''' Washington, D C for a "Tour ofCI1ampiCIII.
pushing Spurrier for third place
who didn't score
Casey
Miami. Plus, If memory serves, either North Carolina State "
., The a a II 1. n al
or North Carolina. Florida's 14-0 win over Au I with 47 completions In 13 at.tempts TIRES BALANCED 99c plus weightsInstant
be held durIng
Iin championship will -
caught 21 pasuri for 404 good for 401 yards, a,
The Gator would not Miami and-or FSU the i of 17 halftime of the National Wheel Bearing Cleaned 6
accept as sixth 1'I.rds and four touchdowns. completion per cent. credit, to oil oil RpavtJ Me
game Northwestern likely would be eliminated, also. This Tn RuM 9I Football/ League Playoff B t wi I co'. and deportment

,would leave the game with the Atlantic Coast Conference team flu', Phil Spooner retained in Miami Jin. 1 store courtesy cards. BRAKES ADJUSTED . 99e
the fiIJ.ia.Fire I the lead In running with 87 Don Is the son of Mr and
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Kills 35 Horses; pa's Jim Underhill/ moved from JlroadicrllFirc 10 M *His t. Pay

fourth to second with 271 yardsIn ALL TIRES PLUS TAX AND TIRE OFF YOUR CARL
II runs for a 41 average i (m
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I Spurrier maintained his Mr-, Elmer Broadwell fired a lOt.amtl I MUFFLERS GUARANTEED FOR LIFE OF YOUR CAR I
lead with
I row In punting a fine series oo of 224, 200 and
LAUREL Md. (AP) -An ban No. 21, where Uw fire exhibition against Auburn. He I
|US to pc II d UI t rill
estimated. 8 horses were destroyed started about I.21 p.m. has kicked 23 time for UU,Leagu bowline action Tues
Tuesday night when fire Earl Shipley assistant chief yards and an average of 29 f' BRAKES
swept a bam at Laurel RaceCourse at the Jessop M4.. Fire Department yards per kick. Tampa's Kevia,Bill Hour** and Harvey Nach- RELINED Motor Tunc-up

scene of next week's MM *f II which) responded Hurt was second with 1JS3 bleb followed with Stt and VA Parts and LaWr iMlWri,
Washington, D.C. International. to the alarm with some 100 yards to 40 kicks and a 311 series, respectively.
t spokesman said aH firemen, said H dead bones average I;, BroadweO and Holmes paced 14.95 19.95 $395. 4tS
[ entries,I bid been counted. Biletnikoff St point m bin Cairns Insurance team to ax
: hones Krf- Shipiay said the cause of V I fcnrtng Mai to keep a long lead I I'I four wins. to move Into tile loop
Bow, were repurted,fire had lilt beers determine 'M that department Team-male first place./ 20.000 Mil*. 10,000 Miles 6 cyl'.. S cyl's.

iLaureI j I H4 said a gas store was) fount 'I Phi Spooner aecond with 30. Cannon had high team series GMr"'H" Gwrss4e.d

\ said some Mj I I to the ban which was destroyed. STEVE TE.VSIL Statistics are compiled by EV of 2.001 and high learn gam of clue Paftlt

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Tulsa's Rhome Is

I' Rhome Rewrites grid Record book I




Best Back AgainBy In AFL S tax NEW YORK (AP) Oh, give of his football on the plains of In passing and total offense by Saturday accounted, for nnome a 61-14 personally victory !

krf me a Rhome from the Buffalo's: Oklahoma.The huge margins. completing 35 of 43 passes qy

BOB HARING they're so good all he has to do NEW YORK (AP) The home records listed for Rhome In six games this season unprecedented percentage to,

Associated Press Sports Writer Is get the ball to them. I Buffalo Bills, whose Idea of how Rhome, a Texan who transferred gained 488 yards in the an
Almost him listed end
football coach
TULSA, Okla. (AP) A good He does that ao successfully to play football Is grind it out any or threatened by as from Southern Methodistto 504 total, passed for four 'Oc
could be statistics n.
forgiven for bumming in the weekly Individual -
receiver Is a passer's best le's had only four interceptions but don't give anything out are Tulsa after his sophomore and accounted 101Tulsa's
downs IB
11 i
friend and Jerry Rhome has a out of 204 passes this year and the only undefeated and untied those plaintive words after look- released today by the NCAA has completed 143 of 204

lot of good friends. has thrown more than 70 team In pro football. The American Ing over the passing and total Service Bureau are hard to season,for 1,798 yards. His com points.

Rhome, the University of straight times without loslnj Football League's statistics offense statistics for Tuba's comprehend. Perhaps It should passes of .701 Is the I Among the one-game recw
Tulsa's quarterback and Associated show why.In Jerry Rhome, who plays most be enough to say that he's No. 1 pletion percentage who has I he broke were 34 completions
best ever for a passer
Press Back of the Week one.Of Twllley, who has caught 57 the team offense and defense thrown ss many as 135 in a Dick Norman, Stanford, 1959

for the second time this season, passes for 716 yards and eight figures released today the air yards, 407, Larry Rakej.triw .

has plenty of talented catchers touchdowns, Blooms says, "I Bills are No 1 In all but one or No AFL Expansion Set season. Georgia, 1963; total yards

for his passes. wouldn't trade him for anybody.He the major categories and a very; Rhome Is 1 running threat, 490 Reds BagneU, Penn, 1950.

Last Saturday, they grabbed, has great timing. I don't SAP WlrMlwto fg ttig lunl good second in that one. too. He has had the ball on 287 The other leaders listed in the

35 of 43 he put up giving him 488'believe he's missed four passesall JERRY RHOME With big Cookie Cilchrls Until 1966, Foss SaysLeague plays for 1,9M yards a plus of offense statistics are Brian

passing yards and 504 yards In year that he's been close to." back of week showing the way, Buffalo has 158 yards on 83 plays. By contrast Piccolo of Wake Forest, leader

total offense as 'Tulsa blitzed the best AFL running attack,I NEW YORK (APThere was founded, its goal the No. 2 passer, Califor in rushing for the second week

Oklahoma State 61-14. That averaging 165.7 yards per game won't be any expansion in the was parity with the long estab- nia's Craig Morton. has gained with a total of 722 yards, and

gave him three more major Moore Knows How and 4.5 yards per attempt. Addto American Football League until t I Ished National Football 1,465 yards In the air but only 1- Frank Lambert of Mississippi

collegiate one-game records the 1,326 yards the Bills have the 1966 season at least, Com League," said Foss In explain 332 over-all. with a punting average of 451

most completions most pawing pined by rushing a total of 1-I missioner Joe Foss said today. tog the nonexpansion decision. Against Oklahoma State last yards.
yardage and most total offense -
980 yards on 102 completed -
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yardage.An and Club owners In the league met I
To Score PointsNEW passes you get 3,306 yards
earlier Rhome record and an impressive average of here last week' but details on I

seven touchdown passes in one 413.2 yards per game, expansion were not worked out

game led to his first selectionas The Oakland Raiders ire first until today. hip15-
AP's Back of the Week two YORK (AP) Balti breaker, Jimmy Brown of in passing offense with 2,170

weeks ago.Rhome more's Lenny Moore Isn't the Cleveland, Is the other standout yards on 151 completions, aver- two FOSR' statement follows by

gives plenty of creditto strongest or the swiftest runnerIn In the weekly Individual statls- aging 271.2 yards a game. That days one In which the AFL football

his receivers, but added, the National Football League.,tics released by the league today. gives them second in total offense Increased the player limit from means Sr, s

"Those blockers are just as H. averages an unspectacular Brown became the first with a 3616 yards per 34 to 38 with two additional deferred I I !,ra4r%.,r 0
players on the
good friends. four yards each time he carrier NFL game. injured
player to gain more than
He's especially high the the ball. He's not the list. The increase becomes effective
on among 10,000 yards by rushing when hemade On defense Buffalo has yielded -
"awfully fine blockers" In the leading pass receivers, t.ther. 140 last Sunday against only 2,134-yard In eight next season. The NFL

backfield, Bob Daugherty and games 632 by rushing and 1. has a 40-pIayer limit.
But show him the end zone Pittsburgh. He has run 813
Bill Goods, who double as Tulsa's 502 by passing for an over-all "When the A-nerlcan Football
Just ahead and he's a hard man yards on 161 carries this year, aiveyard
'
runners. to atop. average, and 10,135 Inhis average of 2667 yards per .
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Rhome's receivers
are mostly career. I game. They're first all the way.I t-/vw ww w w wva
smaller guys led by 5-foot 10 'Ills legs are always pumpng. In addition, the Bills have been ,

Howard Twilley but he says ." lays teammate Bob Johnny Unitas of Baltimore penalized only 23 times for 233'i': DAYS LEFT}
it. .
ONLY 3
Boyd. "The deception he shows continues as the No. 1 passer yards, another No. 1 figure. ..

you Is why so many tacklers with 87 completions on 169 attempts Only In a couple of places can lA/VVvVA/yAVVAAA/V4
Colds Strike miss him." for 51.5 per cent and a18yard the Bills be faulted. They have I

average gain. Johnny fumbled 15 times and lost seven .
That's why Moore, leading the Morris and Mike Dltka of Chicago of them. Their pass completion)

Miami Team; NFL In scoring this season, are one-two In pass receiving: percentage la next-to-lowest and ,

already has set one league with 58 catches for Mortis and their percentage of interceptions
record and Is within reach of I
53 for Dltka. Is the highest.
More FearedMIAMI two others. I

So far he has scored 113

(AP-The) Universityof I touchdowns for 71 points, 10 Wade

Miami's football Injury situation ,more than Jim Bakken of St. Says Passing

Improved today but trainer Louis. Ha has made touchdowns

Dave Wike feared a rash of by running In each of the last 10

colds might break out among games he has played. That's the Best OFFE

the players before Friday record he set. One more by any Improvement

night's game with Tulane. means against the Chicago i

End Ed Welsacosky and fullback Bears Sunday will equal the By REESE!! HART coaching years at Vanderbilt

Pete Banaszak, both first record of scoring in 11 consecutive -I Associated Press Writer I Alabama and Duke "we used

stringers, came down with colds games held by Elroy Hirsch the pass less frequently than I ,
of Los Angeles and Buddy Dial DURHAM N.C. APThe
Tuesday. Wlke said he
was I I II they do today. Usually the pass jffiflI4
of Pittsburgh both star man who coached Alabama and II
pIS'e.tchers.
afraid an be In
epidemic might n.Uonall was of the long home-run t
the I Duke football teams to varl"l I
making tyIn contrast, he said
., Rex Wilson, an end and tackle I And just a few more touchdowns -.prominence says skillful use teams of today use more short! 111,
of the Is of
one the
major
Jim Stephens, who came out of will bring Moors up to pass passes.
Improvements In football in the
the Detroit game with Injuries his own Baltimore record: of 15 I
still were not at top form but In one season and the NFL last three decades, An exponent of the single -

were Improving. record: of 19, set by Jim Taylor "The passers and receivers: of wing offense, Wade said he is\

Three others who missed the of Green Bay In 1962. today are so much more skillful "not convinced that the ..Inglewin

Detroit game because: of InJuries The NFL's other record than they were years ago. JI'. Is not a more potent formation .1 NYLON TIRE
than the T.
The
still were not at top form ] the result of long training" said single
but wing we used caused the defense
; were Improving., 'Wallace Wade, now a spry 72.
Three others who missed the : to spread. It called for I

i Detroit game because of injuries Bowling Wade, a member of the Helms more intensive coaching on

took part In Tuesday's contact football Hall of Fame, lives In individual assignments. ,

work and fit retirement on a 120-acre cattle II :
were pronounced
At Alabama from 1923 to 1931
Standings I fDRv
for action. They are tackle Ed finch a few miles from Durham Wade won four championshipsand 0 0

Kraszewskl, middle guard Bruce INDU.U.AI. and Duke, where he built the his team played in the! v -
Brlnkos and defensive back An. Blue Devils Into a national pow. I
WI.C. Rose Bowl three times. His 1925 .
dy Sixklller. .,,... la I. In5h0,51n5 er in the 1930s.
c..,., n ,11 team, which he described as one; 1
Art Zachary, the team's back punt. 0.'.115.,51..... I",'Utl 11 11 1IAll Is "I wouldn't want to go back to of his greatest, defeated Wash- i 1 $
and star defensive
er wa mild, llnclalr" 20, II coaching," he said firmly. "I'm ington 20-19 In the Rose Bowl. I
due to rejoin the squad. He has ..rvcwnllttrunKnnlly I/
Ch.....'.' N 11O. content to do what I'm doing'It
been In Cleveland since the 1 .,,, TIn ....''c. 11"J. raises cattle Wade came to Duke In 1931
Hereford and
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weekend
because of his father'ldeath. and continued a fabulous coach- when
p10/1.. ,.,_ 'I 15plaid. feed on his country estate northof
p,0Cnlrl is 51p.ON Ing career that was Interrupted ,1
,.Ift'I.. 4 10II Durham.
Tulane Is due In Miami Thurs in 1942 by Army service during you buy the

day. The Greenles will not practice Con.. ,Ing 4, smith null llnclllr It O.,., Wade__said during his early World War II. I I 1st tire at
here before the field Tlr. ....Ic. 4, PlwMi Pol .. UopglnfCtnlir

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mothers because a common NOW"
retired years ago; but the to still teaching. She seems to might help many IF THIS IS IFrRF; RESr pF RAILRCLID pROPIR't1f'Y

get pleasure out of making her pupils miserable She has problem. Thank you.. CONCERNEDDEAR REMOVEDFftOMVOUH ARr L o E'' ANTs nTr / FO501CK
HEART
been at the same school ever since I can remember, and
CONCERNED: A 17-year-old boy Is either la high 1 rasocKvoulLAAIZSMIF 1
I have jet to hear a good word about her. She has pickedon IB either case he 4 (, )r _: _j
school (summers excepted) or IB college. I
my son, and has ridiculed and humiliated him more than until mid-
has business gadding about "every evening
once. Now he, looks for excuses (sore throat stomach upset) no '
well bell consider
night" If he Is out of school not to return, -
so he can stay home I am afraid to report her to the
like It oat By ,
himself "oa his *wn"-whether you er n v r
principal because she might find out who made the complaint :2
ifw
17 a boy's character Is fairly well formed. And you caa IDly
and take It out on my son. What can be done? It well. :
CONCERNED MOTHER hope that you did all you.could e to *form

DEAR MOTHER: Ask the principal It others lave complained DEAR ABBY: We have recently moved from the midwest !

about the veteran teacher, and state the problem as to Patterson, New Jersey and the way these Easterners strike !

you know It without Indicting the teacher. An understanding up a conversation is rather amazing to me. It Is, "What time I
principal will help you and your ton. ?"
are you in -- -
I have always thought It was rude to ask a question like LANDS NO11!! WHILE we WUZ rLAVIN'
DEAR ABBY' What is a good curfew time for a boy 17 that, but it seems so common here that maybe I am wrong. I CANT 60 OUT I COULD TELL YE ABOUT

years of! age? ]In your opinion should a boy that age be per. Will you please set this Kansas corn-ball straight? VVIILVE COME OUT TH'HOUSE, TH'SCHOOL MA'RM AN
milled to go "out" every evening until midnight and on the TOPEKA AN'PLAYHOPSCOTCH SAMANTHV- HER NEW FEllER fROM

weekends much later still? He tells me that other mothers DEAR TOPEKA) II IS rude But rudeness knows Re state .0'-; WIF/WE ? X GOT BISCUITS TH'FIATIANDS.

don't even know what time their sons get In because they are lines and It baa heel known to jump national boundaries and .. IN OVEN)THE 1b

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-When Barry flee The men throw their arms: laughter. I. $
WASHINGTON Greens- around each other. )get under your skin. You never and looks at his friend. "I'm

Goldwater spoke in -h- -Gosh, it's good to see you,, did have much sense about the going to miss it, Lyndon." I NTI.t MAN iI
Thursday : 6E
burg, Pa.. M vote." The President replies. "So P
time. old folks'
In the Lyndon. It's been a long ([ AwD L1P t'T /
laid, *I bate Senate served for the "Damn right It has, Barryand Mr. Goldwater says, "'W ell,I am r, Barry. We've had a lot of" f LiR ,
United States you might have thought that laughs these last eight weeks ; R.i.rT'SFr ,
have had can't let this hipptragain. '
t
and we
last 12 years was funny, but I didn't see you Mr. Goldwater replies "I 1
some of the most< pulling laughing when I brought up guess I don't know when I've
debates I ever want to hatewith. Mr. Goldwater si Is down Bobby Baker, Billie It 1E.1eI. enjoyed myself more." ::.r
old faker and! ,
.Hubert Humphrey. bull -Well, how's the and Matt McCtoikey." As they'(, talking Hubert

don't think Iwo people' In this phony "Heck Barry, you didn't have Humphrey walks Into the of r Is K hiI
cloier, together asfriends. Johnson chortles,,
country are president : any choke I never minded that fice.
And with Lyndon Jofcn. mat was a bit rough, youtriggerhappy intuit at all. But I had to pretend He aees Mr Goldwater lid I
and
son I have argued, fought maverick"Mr. I was upset" I II rushes over to bin, pumping,
debated on the floor In his office GnktwaM slaps allsides. I Barry breaks Into g u f (.... kls hand. Ala THE r never 1e0 a iris CM..I.I TWt*ssemwiabw* aega
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and my office, but .e can "You sure got mileage* I' are a sneaky I Mr. Goldwater grin aid / ivan m 9HetGEAMr achy U nor or oasa sots reaAew MOW floe ;CAUU sir i PONT wew ceases rtcna MIST
other rtends. It Lyndon you AEI sa rIR basal:Ha l75 At TMS, tATs Tae son Jlee %M rs,u 1. tMAwn YAMel aes toe MAMs.' lace Ala; 1DOI MUtSkCCUJN ...
still call each Out of that one. I swear everyone one. You and that curious crew ''says. "Horatio you no good -"' PANS! U M[v0Y a a!COturwe MOuw ,h1 Away n.AJwnvf c* AM < ) <** ttiM& nM ottircwj) MOUOIMA A rouca
when *i allow disagreeSent -] In the country thought 1 I I''you got around you." (radical Socialist ADA dupe,::a 504e O.Wr.OvI I veer rYni MMMANTf IT WiM 7V **<** MO tacT Ai

to overrun and overridegood was going to push the buttes II 1 "On, yeah I wanted to mention how's your wife?" Y mo l wAS HulTf weoow(MILPtSMfDEA.R AMV Mine

Judgment that we forgetour as soon as I got in. that. What was all that bog-' "Just great" you right w fa g 3 i

basic goodness" and" decency. "I can't say you' helped m! wash you were tatting abed 1 t I'[extremist son of a John Bircher.
ID this country I I much when you said I WH so
This! statement came *'. a on ceouman," Mr. Johns!I AmerIca I "She's Bne. Goth, 1&', wonderful I.

surprise to sassy pwp* see says "."IftlIlt finger. "I thought rd give you a U- for 1M three of u to be together

said Bus was one the rough-to "Heck, Lyndon. I figured rerun tie scare Lyndon. 1 had the' again." I

est. dirtiest ea.-npsigns the flagpole and leiI.ho I country thinking there for awhile I Both Lyndon and Hubert bit
M up INI(
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AmKrain V**. If WI this are la I sainted.! And by the way. that we were aO going to It their friend fondly and raise
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believe Mr. &oid ater. a'what was all this stuff dunn)i hen in a "basket" I their gasi! 's. "Here's to you
what cou d pr'"'av happen tile campaign about! me heal II Mr. Johnson hands )fr. Cold- Barry," )fro Johns e a says.Thry .

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16_ Gainesville Sun Wednesday. November 4,1964

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Jubilant _
I Humphrey With VictoryMINNEAPOLIS I ::' '

TONITE.
: Minn. (AP). He leaves hit home state witha changes. After he Is celebration replete with i .'
-Vice President elect Hubert parting Jibe for Sen. Barry ed Jan. 20, hell InlulUrlt-1 crowded buffet and champagne. 11. relax !in Luxurious Comfort at UNITED'S LIQUORS J
II. Humphrey fliei to the tide of Goldwater, ; ; f
who went to bed 000 annual salary They flanked him and his wife ; ::
President Johnson today givenan Tuesday night refusing to concede senator's $30,000. as they departed for their suite :
overwhelming mandate to the election although Democrats Already the trappings of high I and less than four hours of sleep :LAMPLIGHTER LOUNGE
stand "a heartbeat away from were piling up a land- office have begun to show.Staff I before leaving for Texas in
the presidency." I slide. and press aides traveling to "The Happy Warrior," the North Main St. at N.W. 10th Ave. f.'
Triumphantly addressing a Texas with Humphrey were plane in which Humphrey
weary but cheery audience in a ordered by the Secret Service to waged his successful campaign COCKTAIL HOUR ORGAN MUSIC EVERY NIGHT
hotel ballroom hours after mid- carry their own luggage to the After a day and a night at the !!I
night, Humphrey Joshed: "I hotel lobby-to obviate the risk Johnson ranch, Humphrey plansto Every Evening 5 to 7 p.m. Dance To The lamplighter Trio -.
think it'i a victory, you know. I of someone's sticking a bomb In return to Washington Thursday Double Drinks for the Price of One Friday and Saturday Nights
don't want to disturb anyone's a suitcase. then take his family to the
sleep, but I think It is." About a dozen agents watched Virgin Islands, where "I'm
over a crowded ballroom as going to be downright lazy for
Thus the Senate has lost Its
Humphrey attended a !awhile."
victory:,
majority whip and the chief
1 engineer of much of major leg-
islation. Hubert Humphrey, 16 CALVERT BACARDI VAT 69
years a senator, moves to the -
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IF YOUCOMPARE Dark Rum
head of the class with the constitutional 90 GIN Light or f 101
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authority to presideover ] IMPORTEDSCOTCH
It and vote In ease of ties. PRICES 8 Year Old Bourb. Jim Beam Old (r)
But those closest to Hum -
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phrey expect he'll be doing a lot Fitzgerald
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YOU WILL ALWAYS II.. Gin Rock a Ity. BLEND $4 99

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CASI 43.75 59.7!
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To Lack of Unity at

The Furniture Manufacturers SAVE THE UNITED WAY

LOCKPORT, N.Y. (AP) Miller had voted earlier In the
William E. Miller said lack of I day at a fire station In nearby
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party unity contributed to the Olcott where he maintains a I
crushing defeat h, and his Republican legal residence. y FULL QUART
I I running mate, Barry I After the trip to Olcolt he I kiiJj21tIAliNeverhas! JOHNNIE UNITED'SWALK n
Goldwater, suffered .
Tuesday.He played golf and then spent the
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said tha refusal of many remainder of the day at the II R SPECIALS v"KENTUCKY- '
state and local Republican can home of Raymond J. Lee. JSv
didates to support the national i ------ GilBEY'S Straight: Bourbon
ticket tended to "weaken the V r RED LABELIMPORTED -- AI
GIN 5 YEARS OLD
Republican position from top to SCOTCH
i bottom." Teachers GUCKENHEIMER.8 We Pride Ourselves '. .
However, Miller, the COP 86 PROOF BLENDCARIOCA On Consistent Tto's '
vice-presidential nominee, said EOIIY
he would make no official statement OLD PARR RUM Perfection h't "
on President Johnson'slandslide LIGHT OR DARK : "

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night, and they agreed not to
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3 Quarts
ard bearer had an opportunityto cost so little !
"analyze the vote. SPANISH COGNAC MacGREGOR
An aide said Miller, a congressman Filtered Vodka.
who did not seek reelection WINE I OTARD PORTED SCOTCH
to the House, would '" DRY
comment briefly and then fly to v $89
00 $1 io 1
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hit home In Bethesda,Md. ?.N 5TH $539 5TH 5TH GIN
He and his wife, Stephanie, 1 M.Fk.f
were scheduled to leave Greater 1
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2 airliner p.m. In aboard which the they chartered had cam.palgnrd. S You always SAVE MORE Ots. .. ,'

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noon and was sleeping at 8 porn et '
when Goldwater called him the
first time from Arizona. Miller #f VS,tt
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was not awakened, and the two
talked. later In the evening. I ., UNITEDL1ouoR'
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Gave Driver

A Bad Time i NOW AT 2 LOCATIONS IN GAINESVILLE

COVINGTON, Ky. (AP) -"
WALDO ROAD NORTH MAINat
never had a day like this one,"
Lawrence Jackson told his boss

rage.after Jackson returning wan driving to the city an ga asphalt Morton at N.E. 8fh AVE. 1 lOih AVE.

roller down a steep hill
and tried to shift Into a lower ACROSS FROM .ACROSS FROM
gear. Nothing happened.The !' Coconut Citizens Field Gainesville Shopping Center
roller picked up speed, Cake
a fire plug spouting a
spill HIRAM WALKER
20-foot RUsher and sheered Frozen Hot from the Morton Ovens EARLY CRAIGS
off a utility pole. -1 M TEN HIGH
Later, a city truck: was towIng TIMES CANADIAN
the eight.ton roller back up Straight Bourbon
the hill, with Jackson again In 10 Yr. Old Bourbon -_- BOOTHS WHISKEY
the driver's seat. The cable A moist, light, golden cake...made with BROOKSHALE HIGH & DRY GIN Imported
snapped and the roller b e gan butter and eggs. A thick, creamy icing... tr SMIRNOFFVODKA '.
again. Jackson finally REG. $6.50
moving stopped the vehicle by crowned with shreds of tender coconut. 4tii,. 3 5ths
guiding it Into a tree Outrageously: good! t eoe4sucak. y 1 "

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.Vets Helped Rhodes Scholar Nominee


Gerald Richman ot Miami I tic participation and moral
New LawA
in Beach, a senior In the Univer- character.
sity of Florida's College of Law Richman Is now Chancellor of
new law allowing disabled has been named Rhodes Scholarship !he University's Honor Court, is
veterans to buy National Serv- nominee by the Univer a member of Phi Kappa Phi I

ktt Life Insurance will go Into sity's committee on Rhodes.scholastic honorary fraternity,
a and executive editor of the
Scholarships.The past
effect May 1, 1965, M. T.
State Committee of Selection Florida Law Review.
Dixon, Director of the Florida '
will tap two nominees Dec.
Affairs, has announced. 16 and three days later the i
Southeastern District Committee -
The law provides an opportunity
will name the four Rhodes
to buy a new form of
Scholars from the region.
National Service Life Insuranceand The coveted scholarships, established
the opportunity for present In 1902 through the
policy holders to change to anew will of Cecil J. Rhodes to Improve
plan. The veteran can get relations between E n g-
National Service Life Insuranceon land and her colonies, offer a
minimum of two years' at
a permanent nonparticipating study
plan up to $10,000, Including Oxford University for 32 Amer. ;i.r C 'rGw.1'iwvti .v erGNrr a: Ve.-Cw. rcisrc+ we A ,I
any government life Insurance ican scholars each year. The r ; ,

now held. I scholarships carry an ann u al
$2,500 stipend.Participants. aU
Veterans are eligible if: I In the prog ram jl .

are selected on the basis of
They were eligible to buy
scholarship, leadership, ath I e- 4
National Service Live Insurance
1021 N. MAIN GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER ( r,
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Wednesday. November 4,1964 Go.nesville Sun 19
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I New Congress Is Molded for Johnson I- -WINTER- WILL- SOON BE HERE!-;



Don't chance o heater that won't work'Call

today for our pre-seo'on special f

By STANLEY MEISLER land of Alabama and Mlsslsslp. swept a Republican Incumbentout grandson of President William'In MIssissippI-they dropped pointed when Bud Wilkinson,

WASHINGTOS'AP( ) The pi. But, for the most part, these of office 36-year-old Joseph Howard Taft and the son of their only two Texas House I'who won so many football

people have given President were votes that rarely ended up D. Tydings of Maryland, a three-time presidential asPirant' :seats. Both Reps. Bruce Alger ,games as coach at the University HEATERSCLEANED

Johnson.;a heavily Democratic on the side of Johnson legislation close friend of the Kennedy Robert A. Taft took his father's and Ed Foreman were upset by I 1 of Oklahoma, failed to win

.Congress that leems w mug anyway family and the stepson of former old seat in Ohio by defeating',Democrats In the Presidents his first contest for public office

behind his program it may The Democrats made spectacular Maryland Sen. Millard Tyd incumbent Sen. Stephen A home state. An Oklahoma state senator

cooks memories of those early gains of their own-upsetting ings. Young. The Democrats, besides their Fred R. Harris defeated

New Deal Congresses that Republicans, for example Kennedy Tydings and Sen. By early morning the Demo.crate victories In New York and Wilkinson. In the race for Oklahoma

-whisked through the proposalsof In their once-safe bastion of I Edward M. Kennedy D-Mass, had won 2tI of the 35 Senate Maryland, picked up another s U.S. Senate seat
Franklin
D. Roosevelt. Iowa and these gains were 32, the youngest brother of the seats at stake taking ) seats'Senate seat In New Mexico, Several familiar Republican

leature The new Congress also will sure to have heavy impact on late President who easily won from the Republicans. The Republicans I'when Rep. Joseph M. Montoya namf-s will be gone from the Call now before the first ONLY

e names that come from the legislative picture. re-election, could form a new, had won I seats taking a veteran of eight years In the House list next year, Including cold snap to ovoid fighting

theTpast but may augur powe.tube The House appeared ready to powerful Kennedy swing both in 2 from the Democrats Democrat House, defeated the Republican Rep Ben Jensen, R-Iowa, the o balky heater when the
future Democrat Rob- the Senate and In the Democratic Incumbent Sen. Edwin L. Me- temperature tumbles and
lose its role as a roadblock to Sen. Howard Cannon of ranking Republican on the powerful

:ert P.York Kennedy Senate who seat took from away aNew a such controversial legislation as party. Nevada was leading In the last chem. House Appropriations servicemen ore swampedwith $525

Republican and Republican medical care for the aged, the But this new wing will not Senate race. The Republicans were disap Committee.SMOKED emergency calls

Robert Taft Jr., who took away Appalachian poverty program, Include one whom some observers This would give the Democrats CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE
and area redevelopment once considered a sure at least 6t seats In the new
an Ohio Senate seat from I BACON HEATER CLEANED M. I!. loin Tn
Democrat projects. member Pierre Salinger. The Senate-the same as they had

Besides these and other new i Kennedy the 38-year-old portly former press secretary of going Into Tuesday's election. ly The Slob lb. 29 '

brother of the late President both Presidents Kennedy and With the final totals still to
names in the Senate, the bIg 1 uS.EirmATERS
story of the congressional election John F Kennedy, took a Senate Johnson already a senator come in the House, the Democrats 20 Bpd:

was the creation of a House seat by pushing aside the reelection from California by appointment had won 264 of the 435 BRISKET STEW .

that seemed to shed most of Its bid of Kenneth B. Keat- was defeated by George Murphy seats, a clear majority. In doingso Ttnd.r-Juicy lb. 25 SPECIAL PRICES NOW ON NEW HEATERS

obstacles to a Johnson program. ing, a white-haired Republicanwho the former Hollywood song they took away 32 Republican

This came despite some spectacular steadfastly refused to endorse and dance man, who stoppedSalinger'a places. The Republicanshad BARTON'S New Store Central Heating Oil Furnaces $7.50
bid to win the California *
In the Barry Goldwater for president won 121 seats, gaining 9
Republican gains
House. They snared seats in the but still fell under the seat by election. from the Democrats 2i! Miles South of Newberry en State Hwy. 41 CALL FR 2-9561

once mighty Democratic DixieMoorm Johnson tide In New York. I I The Republicans had more Despite the Republican gainsin OPEN 7 A.M. TO S P.M. DAILY

Joining Kennedy in the Senate,I than Murphy to show as a new the South-they picked up end ALL DAY SUNDAY C. B. BOHANNON, JR.

sonic 0' A 'U.LIC MARINO was another young man who ,face In the Senate Taft, the five scats In Alabama and one -
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J propprty U locoled It IS North.
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"".N.III AvenuePeildentlol aft 1e
A A 2000.02 bY Rkh04 k Rebin.ettN .. ?
201.0. Man CIA IInglo 52mlly ,
to HP P.oiMtnllet Pro.feillonlM Yare "
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the property deKrlbed ie. NO SCOURING NEEDED !
lot ur11
I Weekend Terrece 01 I .
recorded !In Put look P. pegeThll ...

I :of wool property Unlvonlry lo: tho Avonuo lecond on 'lot 11..North(511 COOKS WITHOUT STICKING! aAYCfIANIAIesIB. 1 '
lido of Northwoit lit Court.
I A MHiueit by Oolnnvlllo CocoColotNlnt I II
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c.. to mono from IA I (luirhm
Automotive. Restricted) to SAd
\(luilnett Automotive the proporty .+d ot. +' I '
deecrleednCommence 1
MS foot lilt of the Southoott aAYCI PAN I _
oomor of unlvonlty, Avenue end
beans 'troot. IVft 1521211 721 0000. Salt 1 or.MUCIHN. r 1
fob 101' Horn' SOd ..... Nooffiwaliorly
ajt loot to Avenue Its feet la PO1M _
sum, Vi" el lection 4.111.MThlo 1 'Ijy
property It locoled N2P Soul r y h
Unk/eruty Avenue
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4 A revioit by Ale>enoer Mowett toroione !
from P. > Multiple Pemlly PeekMitlel -
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Low Denlltyl' to *P (Reeldentlel
I Prefeeilonil) the proSodyLOS.12.V

W ond M of lock I
ot Oek HIS K>> .. recorded In Pli 5 COMPLETE
95
look A. pegp ,lei L
The prpperty Ie tocotH on the Wee
llae ol Northweit Sill Itroet "h sot North
J'Nerthweit "'h Avenue.Touchflnder to ,.1 UPCRSsl .- 3-PIECE, FIREPLACE ENSEMBLE by Puritan
A by Jim 1
lone helot 11.1 (Multiple' Pimlly' ...- .
_11.1 Low Dentlly to IR I (R e- SET Fir. Screen SOLID
loll lullnoetl Iho "proporty doicrlbodThe' /)
COMP1nr $2' 95
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Recorded In Deed look -J", eH 1.1.eO .
the PuMIt Recordl of Alochu. COVER 1
oUTCN ovSN
County ,........ w "
-Thli Orb w0y U ...... OIl the North ,ITS LUSTROWARI
Ith Avenut 'IM feet Maker
-lIdO ot iouthooit
Weil of loumeeit Ith II'.... Space
a.000S .from.t by SA-f(53110010I00000212, Ice Cream Scoop

$*., to RP Reeldentlol Pretet-' Towel Fixture
deicrlbed it
Hanoi) tho properly
N Vi of lot chat' (ID, of I eck A
or Moonolld Mtlohtt "M'vltltn' M rovrded : C
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In P I D" of peg I2 i Unbreakable
-.. 100 Public Recordt. of .leehue' C unty. I ( 39LUSTROWARI
/""Id.T..... It 5 tot roe$ "pub. Polypropylene/
o .. till b5.
'lie.ecc e oeiemenf on -
air ol Kill property IVhl. Diih-Wosher Safe?
$ property IP locoted It 1227 North-

.T'A"; MunTby'viralnlo W, Coney tomono 'T f tat fa soday'a mat prauial cookware ae6 Coob.1choat 11IOO7'

from to '"RP-I Retell dieildentiel.u.I...Proleeoioneii .) me n : 'ing ticking, dttBt without tatuj tajutlog, dnob (a DoS'ont'eetoartng

Com"""'" : d7IS.d. .N...,,_ oftho .; Tcfloa. Yes, cook with or without fats or oils food 3 Pc.Covered Bowl Set ,

A 5 Crw/ood Lot.11 as ours 5.orlbsdto Norm won't stickle the epee slick: Teflon suffice. Gesa b J.tt a
DMd 1.l 51. 0500
I..... SN 5500 till .101 50110. .WM9SI, 51 CUANS HUE MASIC1HiGlliUl sudsy dots,no scnbblng ot scouring needed.TEFLN .

M. 1 Lord .000550 ddocbol'.20.05.N WI- Z W/Snop-Ser Cover C I --I
Ner111 a
Now_ .'_ II South/ _. ...11.neiW51t \ 1 Pt. 1 Qt. 2 Qt. 99LUSTROWARI
toot. "'_. dO NN I _
available
individual utensils
Cr.word.11 toot Let .M to tho I'olnt WOOS of lids 5551.0051 II SIN TEFLON I

5/150 S p.01a. N S1Uttlw G.I_ 1I11Cnot
.1511001 10 tot 10505 5.1 414)1l .
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ftll 0,1.11.. 5.1' ToI55T
Thl5 -rty 1" IocNW of IIII' k.Vo.ol7m Towel Holders

SIr.a1.; .... CItY RIN -. Paper
r.au51M
A ,.
la Jaen 'U 1'- Un... 4Hrr1b41}
Ie .... Ie -a155w. .5 I
oily. S.r ) 4r.0r10M ..' a. w 5 '

,. h AIN OS0.il/ III'aS"'J.I.-5000500 I. III. of __ 1 1.I. tor. 201. 301. r 1r 55. ea1.SAYCI 49LUSTROWARC C

1. 0.51/'..... 11 Of b-tk 1 N CN09a PAN IAVeI PAN IAvel PAN kILL1r COVII"..IUIT orIN IKIUIT M1CIt 0V1Jt Polypropylene
Pork luMivtiio. OPJI r.C.rd.k0 plotSal' AI l

LN5 :. 5.0.O, M./ /II. 7d n. dM 71 N 5 5 s s s 11
51.1 No. III I of 515 0 100'A 5aaor A. 5.0.lan1.N.1l Mr.eNd5 $3Z $4 $550 $4 $6 $4 $6

All '" .."'_ Ill 0"" AwS..oI.II"
__ (III 1.a
Pail
__ 1 .. L. T 11d'.I. 12 Qt.
All' .'."... s521 .01d lot plot 5005 A, --0.$ Family Size nnc p.. Coattd .
52051S I 100 ....... $ Storage Cabinet/ 788
:..A1notNo 020rth 5Id.fI7 N.. U..on' of TIFtON9 Skillet Shopedfor $109

5lMIN' -"Y o.wd. 'u. ,,_I.. 0.

11..A._'-A.-flv"'NNo...ItS........ClOy..1.soc.of-700,lat...lq... Squeeze Mops I Two Shelve 488

.n tw ClOy If 10,
00t.ll
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wsu11 oil ft 10%" Q fLANNEL lACK
e "
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tPeclolJJm,1lJlBf"'cVd 1K.5 oM 45 PC. MelmacHAPOLLO"
1-:51.51.0 .sH to Skillet With 12"B.f a" GrIddle Cloth
21.0000
11_A .... JII.II (AII-'" ii Table
onto 1. tli of the 1500000t City TEFLON Coating a.a Savts Pan with smooth WAn

'-11-" $50.lydlt. ,.......'. nil 50O5NN awrf:" T w: enough tt .....n'.11 *. Sour tto Mfo tniiih ...p ..., TEFLON4 Surface Ant. Patterns $1288 Protective/ Vinyl Surface

A0w.15 rrwn N *>. fwnily, imnluaitltnnm, fry the f
Its' cBonnidRt uaid Clean Easily
killcc Durablo Wipe
H N. W. SIC iwot ond N JIll 11-AM. maituninum IIntanl eras .b>fi( *iib fcwnn. himKC sots. ......tMolipaoMftrPtrr TW LIOIge( v.1o wok _
two N01w Sa.Nvo M4W5$15 pin ,yimtaa "hoi | GnU wdvd toe M MlOnb ... No Laundering Required
N N. 0011 or Muwgoo. ethic food.
;_N.Ie 1111.a.5$00I.Ava.15 to Nalw... lilt 05 02 .ponf w ho Irpeg .locxk N, KWi, prrpit, PMIU. Moo wilbest.1anv 7e..7.these busing fo...... |rilte4........tboohio. DUPONT CELLULOSE
"' : 111,., TtfliMi ....... Cl.. IT will sex puck. No fmn4*
0.NNitm Mick / .tU inciting n ox ptuVinc. Tiporad fracWMrl 71" 51"
=
Ir:. 515..54 000500. ,...0 MfpcaW 39
wou M (MM, $179
JM
itbow Sponge
eids foe g
70-17. (MNUlw00 KOUJIOJ. $,.9S
Ie wwy 100. Au. Pdt.me tr
_. New 04 caw.-1100 of atot.ar.l 'O'l.T"I_.., "Oslo'. $299........ a .tick-i rr .
fI7 001 tal'1'. 0.1150101 55 34011" lk", Tm _Ne.N..IC".v.7 "TURTLI SACK Whit.

"".-ClOy N500aw wNN.w iw Tar em. $ ..9sTEFLON' .. ---
0a,a..N INN A0a.11 w 100 lilt '"
....... ,1.rMi0.roa SM 0.5wA0w.1.
$ TARGET WAn DECORATOR TARGET WAR WASH 'N RINSE
$.... SW IeNwj11'05Iry 1".15O..aw Griddle
11 /2"
Coated
nh e10e. No need this ever
Inr.rcR.w wn5 500052101121 A..M.OM to scour pan
.n 5000 ClOy L5wlr. r lie enw ... Waste Basket 89Double Pail 84-
.
:.wee -_ ...wN wRy because food never sticks
.... .
NrNN M MIl '" .
Mrw.oa .
lIl0M51w. 1$1I-....1 USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE
r02. JIll A055. Sdrw SAL Ir sow

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0.0245.- 5.2 20 552010 055 S2020 A20M.. .. 25r41 Q ,
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r YL _I".tlde' ,uauela f
/....- 15. .wen ht w w. 8" GrIddle :;?
uo' Molar Ie 010e0dBinh. TEFLON .
... w A..M Nay t w. pot Htn'i are ....., '"o.f.. f*. CaPttt '
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R.rla.a10..5lrr $ lh..k.Nap.a-ve.IA 001 At Urto *IM 55t
5 .*-. Saa4 _,. 225 7.45..., Ut ....... bl ftr.U gnddl F....fc tUit rlgM ftftok td... seeds( dae&tt -'do ... -
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:. fa5ds Ne't rKre N 1M .,.. UMKficiknooefMimik. -. .. a-IIta bow. sell....peltsa t.,., $29,Nfebl.5s

... CIIr 6. deasia g ..deny t7ef.t.. IlwtAlae T.asa ts7/sis. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER PHONE FR 2-0032
W .. send. $3e99
zzrz Jose $2.69 Kec wide z.tMto*drtxtg a tkeo.
JSy tzrzr Ot ****j*.'_* M *. ,*-* slb.k doe te a jilt!,. JIIIC wipe c-.. I I ALWAYS PLENTY OF FREE PARKING e

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20 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, November 4, 1964

I POLLSTERS PLEASED f f

NEW YORK (AP) Political,of the popular vote and Roosevelt GAINESVILLE _
pollsters grinned broadly todayas 60 8 per cent '
they compared their forecast ?
SLEEP The and
Gallup Harris polls
] with President Johnson'ssmashing CENTER
defeat of Republican, were not the only nationwide SHOPPING
Barry Coldwater. ones to predict Johnson's victo
ry.
I With S3 per cent of the na Samuel Lubrll, whose report
i tion's voting units reporting does not Include percentage 4
Johnson had obtained more than Figures, predicted a "Johnson
SALE 62 per cent of the popular vote landslide.

I biggest popular vote margin !In Time magazine said "Lyndon r 1 e '
,a presidential election sine 1900 Johnson will beat Barry Gold-
,and approaching the poll fore-:water by 495 electoral votes toU"
casts.
I
I I Both the Gallup and Harris A Newsweek magazine poll of "** ; rr
LYURETHANrFOAM 50 Washington correspondents ;
:nationwide polls had predicted showed 49 predicting a Johnson Magic Value!
BEDDING I that Johnson would get C4 per victory. Their concensus gave
,cent; Goldwater 36 per cent. Johnson 454 electoral votes to 14

jittar sizt ONLY Johnson beat the records set I[or Goldwater.
by Warren G. Harding In 1920 II I U.S. New and World Report
and Franklin D. Roosevelt In said "all major indicators now ;
r 1936.: Harding won 60.4 I 1
per cent point to a Johnson win.
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f J, LIGS INCLUDED. MEN'S STURDY + '

&1.1 PRICES COMPLETE COTTON TWIlL I

We're Celebrating 11 Years in Gainesville ES
6 Year
SLOTH .
2 PIECESOFABED 1 in the Gainesville Shopping Center. Price' specially WORK ; ,
reduced for this event. .. We celebrate-YOU SAVE.

2 PEOPLE SUITESLEEPS 1 S 00 :Q!

Club Sofabed! Chair $97 97 20% MORE OFF $ .

Fneie Cover ALL NEW REG. 2.99
REG. SPEC.
Choice of Color PT
I Baldwin Howard Piano .......... 795.00 36.00 6-ot.twill shirt,dress k. ""n'"" '
Sale Priced COMPLETE Baldwin Acroaonlc ...........?..... 995.00 796.00 type collar;sizes $
Kimball Grand Plan ..............1895.00 1516.00 SANFORIZED COTTON 14W to 17 't
HOLLYWOODMETAL Fischer Console ....................?. 995.00 796.00 BROADCLOTH SHORTS 8V4-01 twill pants,cuffed
Kohler & CampbellBaldwin ................ 71200 I 569.00 bottoms sizes 29 to 42. I''
t I Piano 903 walnut ......1132.00 905.60 High-count quality cotton REG. 79c o Reinforced wear.v'seams for \
FRAMES I long .
1 1 Baldwin Piano 982 walnut ... 94700 ?
; 757.60 broadcloth undershorts san 2 a Vat-dyed washfmt colors ,,,.1. a
Baldwin Piano 946 walnut... 1084.00 867.20 ? .
forized to keep their fit He- Sanforized to retain fit
ADJUSTAIU Whitney by Kimball .............,., 795.00 636.00 inforced at points of /$100 Graduated sizes for m'
Alt SHIL Spinet Organ ................ Reg. 1535.00 1195.00 Full-cut comfort 30 strain. o comfort 4'
1 Spinet Organ ................ Reg. 1295.00 1035.00 to 44. d#' Ix'r
0 LARGI CASTERS ,
.
HEAPIOARD.MACKIT USED INSTRUMENT BARGAINS "

Piano-Organ 0111. . . . .$100
ATTACHMENTS LIMIT 2 Electric Wurlitzcr Piano . . .$100 .S Crania Plnnlels'' Prep .4*' Grant Pennlelgh'WOVEN : .:
AYAltAILI Thomas Organ, new work .. . .$495 r '. (t' .. .i'
1 Conn Organ, Reg. $1095 . . .$895 ..; QUILT LINED PLAID
INNERSPRINGSOFABEDS Used Grand Piano . . ... .$395 ,; 1 LAMINATED NYLON < RAYON FLAMNEr* "2

Used Pianos . . . ... . $95 BLOUSE JACKET SPORT SHIRTS
Rebuilt Mirrow Piano . . ..... . $285
/ # REG.1.99

ARMLESS STYLEComfortable $ Special LOWRY STARLET. $49500 only 5.77 1 /$ 00Cotton"

.. Smart Color Covers 49 I i REG. 6.99 1 I ',

Operates Easy i
laminated to
Died e Nylon .
;, Sale Priced EASY TERMS r' polyurethane foam 7nS *"" :
Amplifiers from $4500 to 200 1 Black pewter camel 1 -; d? >iarr.d colorful plates :
1 zJ ff e BoYI'sizes 6 to 18 SmS-M-L-Xt. .
SINGLE SIZE 12 DOZEN NEWGUITARS 4 DOZEN NEW ffi ... .. '

HOLLYWOOD BED;3 Reg. $34.95 BARITONEUKES ? on -a

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INCLUDING! $2750 Re,. $1995 ly -7. ,
25.00 1

MATTRESS BOX SPRING 1YUj, 100 PAIR Reg. $1.20 1

MtTAL DRUM STICKS pro 7S

SLIGHTLY USED GIBSON

SALE PRICED COMPLETE GUITAR and AMPLIFIER VIRGIN WOOL KNITTING WORSTED

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INNERSPRINGROLLAWAY R.,. $752.45 ......._........................... $33950
only 66 .;
sANTIQUE
BEDS ..
Big 4-os., 4-pJy 100% wool, popular *
3CV39.48 INCH SIZES DOUBLE YOUR FUN WITH
lights, darks, '
Steel From. refund on unused skeins -
ComfortableLarge THE BEAUTIFUL NEW *
Casters $2997
Operates Easily
l HIGH
39" 48" EKELECTRAMATIC FASHION ,

$39.97 $49.97 30" SIZE &

,
ROUND THE CORNERSOFASLEEPER REMNANTSREG.
Itfvjli' Ins big choice of designer styled console SATIN DRAPES
or spn.t models

SPECIAL e New dnpee,or your money back If soiree 59c YD.. .'p .
'Tests wsartl fade within 2 years from purchase data
MAKES
1 BEOS
? 6 FREE ROILS
LMting glamour on your budget!
2 LOUNGIS .
r 1 y.Yr,IaY0111.W..aa 300 Bayou acetate drapee have satin $ OO 5 yds. $100
5 IOUTUS w1A
r/me tunN weave beck that act u a lining. 3 rt
FOAM IN SEATS Choice of textured solid colors.

WALNUT FINISH '0" beg .eo..eo eo. 3.00 PR. DESIGNER QUALITY

SALE PRICED COMPLETESALEM LARGE VARIETY OF SOLID PRINTS

f
MAPLE
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BUNK BEDSSINGLE ALLADIN : :

.@ ,
BED SIZE "' ., ,l. ... )
'A. ...
2 Panel Beds 97 e The We of..-y party .M andlet BLUE FLAME .. .1iI' { 't. .
$ .
2 Mattresses 89 eowea of pleasure and anterUinimnl : \.
2 Foundations for every member of the familytaaytoopartte ;+ ', I ,..jo..n\ '"'II '\
Rail bladderSale ftngwup_ .,,no pedals to push rw owl. (It' s J"
e Automatic rewInd..automatic ra)eat...Inky bnk eftcte rarsads'ox
Priced All "mechanism: compactly housed and out of sight seaN HEATER ALL-TUNSl$10R
COMPLETE section: of top lid of pianos
The only player plane that combines, tonal quality STEREO PORTABLE +sPUD mono I
end beautiful d.xgnar styling
1NNERSPRINC e Available In contemporary,Italian or Frtnch Provincial'or '
Early Am.ncan stylts:...Cujlfcrninire 3695 only 799S i"-.
MATTRESS&SPRING' [ "n.heel to",.tch your M395 ..
.If desired NO.MONIY DOWN..|.Js...kry; f
xk
DOUBLE SiZIf C-lit..... YOU CANT MAKEIT e Carrsrd Jem-proof automatic-record clangs, .
Just tan dm del.Y, ra SMOKE 4 speaker sound systNn-2
acoustical)
ewlntnre;*;,
1 GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER '
A t
PHONE FR 2-53S3 GRANT'S OWN BRAND BRADFORD */ ;,;
ISIS CHARGE Full Fidelity Twin Speelcir '
.WOODEN LEGS. :
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HAIR SPRAYYOU 30 DAYS OR RADIO I
SALE PRICED COMPLETE -i
TRADES YOU
MONTHS TO PAY
SAVI n | flA .ts:14.00)
TERMS 1', H" ..). Uc S R.,. 19.99 i

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Alachua 1 II Fashion Show Is Planned Work of International I Sawmill Has

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COUNTY e A Hoi Pond

:I 1 To Aid March of Dimes Youth Group Told Rotary

COMMISSION I ATIKOKAN, 0 n l (APA

Rotary Club members yesterday Gainesville High and P. K. .hot pond will enable a new $6,-

heard about Interact Rotary Yonge Interact members were 000,000 sawmill here to operateat
By ANN CARTER Tickets $3 each will be on Me gave an example of two '
U el F Club's International youth guests. Fred Cantrell, presidentof full capacity both winter andsumml't.
Student Journalist
l I sale at L and L Men's Shop twins who were admitted to the
Road the zoning The which washes
Bellamy I pond
commission. One was Plans for a fashion how Nov. WLie's Drug Cili affiliate the Gainesville High chapterand -
to Store s e D a Center's care. One had leukemia foreign matter from lOlls Is
zone the entire county. The 17 were outlined Monday night Bank and Parrish Radio Interact shortened form for Mike Meeker president of ,
To Be Shop. and the other did not. The the P. K. Yonge chapter heated In winter with off-peak
MovedThe other was to at a meeting of Gafnesvile'sMarch spoke
grant a one -
year Profits will the March of could the normal International Action is a high I
question
go was, bark and
of Dimes board of 'di- on the recent activities of their ,hydro power to I loosen
variance to Mrs. Ros Ua Wilsonto .
Alachus rectors. Dimes funds. Mrs. Laughonsaid twin get the disease !school service organization. organization. thaw logs.
County Commission operate a beauty shop in the committee to -- -- - ._
an hopes To arrive at an answer, the
decided.Tuesday It Is willing Mrs. Fred Laughon general ; TNU coun 0' TH' COUNTY
I
to relocate a short portionof agricultural zone at 5101 NW chairman for the program, described top last year's profit of $1,000. doctors had to determine if I'N IN .. "LACHU" COUNTY 'LD.OA.,
INO5AT5.
Old Bellamy Road oldest 43rd St.The It as "a curiousity showof The show will\ be held Nov. 17 the twins were Identical. Exten- II: I.1.1014 -
board of commissionersand at 10 a.m. and 8 at Gainesville blood tests showed W, I, 10,11511, DICMW.T. .
road in Florida If the landowners elegant fashions. The dresses p.m., sive they III CrMllori, MM >trian. h.vll oClaim
pay the cost zoning body will meet Jointly will be modeled by 28 women Women's Club. negative and the parents couldat ar Dfmandt AMllol' told ..>.'.'

M. M. Parrlsh asked the coun- Nov. 17.Horse's. Including Mrs. and Miss University A guest speaker at the board last be told the normal child ,IN Y U am. raqulrad oacn M H yw IKMI ara<|be"Mir*cl.MMKM ,_-
.... ,
ty to relocate UN road several: of Florida. meeting, William B. %'eil, headof was safe. bm.0d.may k.,101,0...'NI you....01.11/h1.. 55510 Nvbs. N

hundred feet where it J Joins I Life Last year items were featured the Birth Defect Center Dr. Well aid that patients C w_5..". ta pnlKr../.. Caunly donated Judea wo al AlacnuaCounty. al told. .WOODROWJtywiWitn MEN

State Road 231 near Interstate such as a gown similar to located at the University of treated at the center have risen Florida, al hoa altlca bt MMcourt .
.
71, Old Bellamy Road is severed DEVON Alta. (AP) Tom.. the one Mrs. John F. Kennedywore Florida Health Center talk from 250 In 1962 to 450 in FlorMo IMUIO. ,a*wlltiM told tl Caunly,. ..'....al.. .manthtfrom alnovlllo -
by 1-75. Budd has to to the Lincoln Center op-ed on the importance of the or- 1963. The total treated this yearIs me lima ol ma ttnt pukikatlonal
(61,000
spent
surround Mil ..',.. lactl claim ar domandbe :
Men's rTWor Flortih
The county said it will pay his horses in comfort at ening. ganization's work. I expected to be around too, bell Ml wII..., and tnell lleta. meplre ill

for surveying the center line his stables. He has a "They' aren't the kind of, "Few families know how to Dr. Weil said. I d'ott' ol.0M raWderxe Claimant' and, poll and *HM trinl I0 M

and advertising the shift. cal barn cleaner that mechani-I dresses we'd go out to buy" cope with problems rising from I Work performed by renter|.W,attorney, ta "by, and 0..em claimant tuch .clolm hit ar agent.ar *.

manure to a pit on aconveyor Mrs. Laughon Mid. Prices of birth defects or have the resources physicians la half the cost to local 'mend not at riled ....,,1 ba void led

Three Roads waterbowls which I I the gowns range from 175 to to combat them." Dr..1 March of Dimes foundations II''I accamnoniad vcn claim to by ba 10101r bud M dualkata al I'll.end SPECIALTHISI :

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(ill themselves and hay that $1.400. Weil said. than the usual fees People In O O 'DANDY Y. ,UTI"I b11ATIICA

Are Zoned I drops directly from the loft Into Florida, 17 or under, who have)I A T1.15M1> .>.uIwI 01 01 Wd Last WIN and

the stalls. He also has music birth defects are eligible for i 1 W I. miter defeated
Jackie Reflects Future services under the Birth Defect 1I5CIU005' 4 CAF.MICHAIU Attamer
The Alachua County Commission piped Into the barn to soothe on jl' II Flret AWHiaFlrtl
Center. March of Dimes is the] .,.SSOIIM P,4IN1
Tuesday added three the animals I pubikelM' octabar It, ....
roads to its toning districts. She Missed With Husband .only_ sponsor _of this program. 'lieu II 11. n, tit .. I -

Zones 1,000 feet on each aide Perfect Union : 2 PANTS

were created for the High
Springs Santa Fe Road (SR NEW YORK (API '" vith him and seen our childrenrow !i

23(). Brooker Road ((329)) and FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) should have known" write up together, +r "r I IM Ih /j14 SUITS

State Road a ((121)). There was a surge of business Mrs. John F. Kennedy of nei "So now he is a legend when

The commission deferred action at one bowling alley after It late husband, "that it was asking te preferred! to be a man. I .

on two recommendations by posted this sign outside: too much to dream that ) nust believe that he dues not

"Our Bowlers Are Striking" might have grown old with hirr ihare The
CALL FOR Ilea I our suffering now. I think very
Natlc to horoby (Ivan Mot atalod Wdt NOTIce 0" ALI- and seen our children grow ur 'or himat leait he will
win aa rocWvio ft ma oard al TrutItaa Ta: lautt F. ,.... 1'tit together." never
of Altdud, Oanarol Hotoltal until i. M. Fltlda now whatever sadness might I
4 .. F M. an Navambar n, 1044, at Hwoiiko 0,111., I In tender reflection wrltter ( latest
a
have lain ahead.
a"* lha MmMMratar at Alachutonaral
Vw arc horaby natllM' "al ma MlawMf -
HotFM. aalrcavllla. ',.,101." mator vrhlcla' One ell Itll Lincoln for Look magazine to mark the
at WOld ,.... .n 1000 roc W.d will ID HIVC4M7tl will'ba MM at pub.' "He knew such a share of it in 1b\)1.
aa publicly aitnid and road aloud, tartumltMna 'lie Ills tt I:311 A.M, .ciocH an "'. win approaching first anniversary ils life that It always made colors
and 11101.11040M tallawltiioaulamoM cay at Navmbar, 1H4, al HOI N. Main, ; of you
Nev. 22 President Kennedy'
Oclnatvllla, .1 10 happy whenever you saw him
I duMmatlc .hlactar tar Inlatlla Tltc pracaaM ol 111.1110 will bl SO assassination, she begins, "It It rj l
,
af rodl.Mqua contrail madia wllti4d oiled Hnl ta Hw aaymonl II Ills com enjoying himself But now he 1

Cb1I11P.c5r.C,,c. tyrtnfd and, ctolto. Null I MB.nrlnnn molar or ratoklni...lel., ttarlnf and' ma and coil sIll,al af avbllca told.1 nearly"a year since he has beer will never know more not r and

aM iFKlllcaMom may kt Han al nolM al sale and 010. la Uiatotltlacllon gone- age, not stagnation nor despair hI
I10/InN """. $55 admstNlrlS, bps N ma balonca dud wdar think that I should
"Now I
raquatt.Thai .... MMrod cavorlnf .... noncln. at nor crippling illness, nor
.loord ratorvM ,.o rUM ta walvo, aid _,., _'cia. Any ou,.... will M have known that he was magicall loss of ? i''" patterns
.IONS M sc' III' NN N 001.01.5v Mid ta you and you will nm>ln lloblo any more !people he
ar 111 5141. 1114 r IN IufImant Mr any bolanca romamMi unpaid vrc along. I did know it but 1 loved. His high noon kept all
will .0. 5. Oar !lie 11o1 101/.1.1 0. NN dar tald eontroct. could not ,p
1Ioa,1t., iorfclcy, Motara Inc.J10I should have guessed it the freshness of the morningand -'
Mar041' Go.narn. Ch.lw0. N. Main SI. last. I should have known that it
Solos II T....._ Olnatvllla, '1" he died then, never never t "
IInll 11.1 It emu 11 was asking too much to dream knowing disillusionment"
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that-I might_have__grown_ __oldNOTIC __ 1 NOTIC .INTINYION TO' "'. Ii .2688
-- OF IAHToi 05015115 "CTlfiOUI NANOPuouant '- ;; :
/ Clinton Nrwton .. 111155 10JO' 111504455l1,1 : l\ :
Rauta Ieu IKYauTe 001111 .Is hp.by" t'VIII' 111.1M. I w
'Obak..hOP. I .. ..
1 I 0nd "'. L. M.Msr III.
,hartS"na'tTllKl:: that tl. 100w 111,0 ,. 11.0.10 0.1110 buNMs1 ond.rI0. _
I I''one motor wWclot Ono III l'" '....., II"" 10,15 01 LYoo" C.lln4 10 THISI VALUES
ID ....I'ml. will bo cold, II public I W, Kin llrool, Oilnnvlllo, Alachuaounl
ANNIVERSARY told al II:Ot AM. Clock on IK* INN : /. Florida Idols" ta '..111.' low.
37th .day al Novombar IM4, al 11)1 .. Mast' 11,1111505110150,10400 Itia arovlilana a* COMPARE AT $19.99

I Till 5l, 0 procJodi'ol: ti'>. oia" will b* ap-. Ino Dalad atoraiald.. Oalnotvilla 5010,1., Florida" Mil MrX 3 DAYS ONLY !
SPECIALSTHURSDAY. piled llrtt 1C ,. poymanf tt wa coon day at 0<'...,, AD 1M4ll'Oll
'ol ....kl... itorlnt' and tola, al laidmalar .0IUT L. MIUII
vonlclo' and lha cot! N FJ.bile<- nil, M. n a. I1iIATNOtIT favorite $4.99 skimmer Come in for the
FRIDAY end SATURDAY lion .! nollco at aoia and than l"atolltlactlon ---
ol Ins balance duo vndormo
contract cov.r111II'S Iloadtlot Natlca at Intontlan, la Diana apoNtaHarfor 1
.
3 DOZEN I told mator vanicle. Anyr will.010101 osnalt' wIll lI.bl.ba 1011",final 11,11'doeriarga ra11eo1 II and NsylIM tna filina .hMAIION at outstanding value) at regular price I
to you FITTHATSUITSGAINESVILLE
GLAZED 'K.r.. ......1.. MpIld sodf : 11NA15' .OONIV KIN,
My
laid _,,..:1I C.'O' 501 TH' ATLANTIC NATIONAL. _
COOKI ES .. SANK Ot JACKIONVILLt J.0bs.5IIN.
i I 1132 5ldOw1 I. MaM Moth' lCiirmvllla. ?. c .. PMId.. .. a.10u1s _, .... Young elastic, etjM with a tgrmcful
,I.. Will al lollv'ar Inc.in.' dKoowd, wild
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AND 1 DONUTS I (17i ) II'4 Kava Iliad, thalr patttlan lor lIt. ancturaa squared throttline., .__, 24
and will apply la too Maw 1
I 'NOTICd 0' IALI ." H. N McDanald, CautiV Juts tar Mark imnoth Lather uppf rt. w .
POUND j TO WHOM IT MAY, CONCIP.N A....... County, FlorMa' M nil Man
CAKE You aro .....". notiilad' mot 11el M" al tl>t Court Nasa Hi aanatvllla -
39ft I lo.., rnotor.ahlcl.tW41: Ford 1.0111: AlKhua' County Florida ...< too m div SHOPPING CENTER
DOI No. 1YUZI477 will ba aold I al publiclay fII Novamlvr Still lor ."N'" al ball.
at I o'clock M Ho INN day alNovambar Million and llnal roport. and far nnal
$ 00 "... al mi Norlti Main dllCh.,... at a>acutor> at wid ailata BaK OPEN TIL 9t P.M.
:1 Sloe, CalrMtvllla. Florin Tills aunllcollon ta aa uWOlvd, to
(
: lEG. $1.91 REG. 621 Tha "ac..... al Ills taia' will ba adpllod Oalnaivllla Dally ..... mca I WOW tor Layaway and American Express Charge -:
ta 010 paynMN ma coat of raiMina. four canirxutlva n>olio.LAZON1Y .
atorlnt *>d. laid' al told **>* DeLL ORAMAMWILLCOX CINTRAL CHARGE _
0041,15 and *. cal ol publicanrlon Vl and I Anal a.
NO COUPONS NEEDEDA 50111... at. 000 ma and Daianeo 10.0 duo N .115"_oatl.'ocll. lv.d.5IrS .. I/ L. WILLIAM tor fMcutariMM OUAMAmAttomaya Special l At lnMille Shopping Center Only
fill CAKI TO IVMr SOth CUSTOMIR4115
oil CUrMica 'onianalol. torN ( I'O' 14, !I. Ml II:4 _
'. lilt 110,.. o>lna tn llnanclfif of Mid' molar v0klei
I I Any aur hia will/ M MK. I.* ,,.. "*
:@ you will ramlln llabla" lor any aalanca, I
/ SHOPS. INC. ,....o u,p ld undfr Mid contract .
DIKOUTCO
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Open GAINESVILLE 7 ..m.-7 p.m. SHOPPING Fridays 7 CENTER..M.-. p.m. I emllll|:.Ol'aUlna<.'it loom, Florida M.flna' PlttortanKM llraolO I' ITItS A-FACT: *! P TNIS WESTBENDTEFLON 9-PIECE l ,


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I Wednesday, November 4, 1964 Gainesville/ Sun ZJ f
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I SEE By ,

YOUR

DefeatIn HOST PRESENTS S6th MNIVERSARYl


PastBy I' .the SUN I'
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,.. Thur. Fri. Sat.
POLICE FIRE REPORT m T.f. *_/,411/05 5Jli .. To,CnninKt II SPECIALS
PAT WILKINSON I Accident Roundup I{5",0.,1 UwrMf l.llllw,,.-lOt NW. IM* Av.., <..... IIMrM.oniiino. ('?t. p 7510 no. N| 15n y Nov. 5 6 7
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r Contirucl tMIIInt' V JOO. ,
Involyed
In Cl.c ..... ,
accidents Ltwn. 114 NW Ml
t'olF Student Journalist reported Mir l.elH... UN. 5P .".'; IseWcyne. ".t"l 17'. ?
by the Gainesville Police' L., W. WII150 Nw 705 Ter. I..I....,Contlruct.*.._MN...... I?.too, .
Looking back over a yellowed Department and the Alachua g." _II.... $5.. ... C........, 0511105. 57.1ICIt..1. IN5 THURSDAY I FRIDAY I SATURDAY
..
Su.1 owl ,.... .
"I sow aloe S. A. 5.r me w. U...... C.
of the .
postelection County Sheriff's W : ,
copy day Office during 0.,0.5. 0101 'us"" ,. 04504
edition of the Gainesville Sun the, past M hours were: Ill 5.140",,-. I'....5w. 11w,.. 420 "..1..* *"., I.. -11I, _.Ilj''.''''..I1N NW IPM *05.. LUNCH LUNCH LUNCH
for Nov. 7, 1958, the words Betty M. Owens C...,., 5/....... 1st. 000 N..w 1705 D. _.soo
of JIG NE 10th I'. e....__'.... 111..1 03'.. 5W" s7/11 Cyr *o- Baked Meat Loaf Seafood Croquettes
0,5,001 Veal
; 01 II. 115" Parmesan in
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defeated Ave. ,,,. .. ,
and ...
presidential
candidate a parked car, at 110: ..... Well ;55,1 "WI""* N Mil/ 1070 NW Win 50., At 'hard
Conoco .... .... w boiled Supreme
Adlal Stevenson pop out to JoinIn p.m. Tuesday at a parking lot D., U. I o.f.Nl.y. .,, eq 10.501 NW. lit I'. tlllwl ineoin It ...'..... 5*. im nm eggs, sauce, Parmegiana sauce,
history those of the defeated in the 200 block of NE 16th 5.001 Ann lp Ihrtlllllt|. 5,5101, 140. NW 111II ..... A.0000.. C.n.rot.01505.,. HWMO, .,05,3 whipped potatoes, stewed tomatoes, mashed potatoes,
Inc
Barry Goldwater eight y ears Ave. ,4 4O'tI| later. John D. Robinson 111 NW 'Jm' K C_W.Hn".$.., II.JM.000. N| BHl SI* Atmm TW.Mtnm.. Cmlrvcl Hwrto.fcW..me. W.M.Isle || UHi hot roll & butter, hot roll & butter, hot roll & butter ,
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'clwrt ,
7th Place COM W NS INS" It.irmM Mttm rtamn. Inc, ,
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and N II W
That too landslide Eloulse W. Jack- ...
was a hot
III. T. coffee
year. wee.Ch. Contlnicl Ou lo OC* or tea. hot coffee or tea. hot coffee
son, 925 rlM e. ., M_. In0N or tea.DINNER .
Stevenson captured seven states. NE 20th SI, at 3:30 S.N. 11 IW U>4 Ttr H lot lit It
AiMlltori it _"... n JM. Utn" Tor. Cmtnic Den.... W tot.
Stevenson said he'd known for pm. Tuesday at S. Main St. Vlrtlnlt, w. Oor_. 1,, |W m a5.. Mti rt McKlnnoy.x. NW. 13I K SI. SPECIAL I
he and 1st Ave. 5.,0/,1... .. '.twtlllnt. ... n,..m. 5,1..0001": / = 6 6 c
days couldn't win. When asked .,. .., IJ1 Nl )?", 5.11115 5 ; n. .W. 555 A05. 66c 66c
I Judith W Helling. 3510 NW Ttr Conilrutl Mlllltt, |7 Mt S.5510001115.. 15* ALL
whether he 3 DAYS
would try for the 18th ,.Ho....n l.wtnH. Inc.. HJ Nf imi T..1. ....., 311 *.* tI" "' R..
Ter. I .
presidency again he replied and a fire plug at Cso.nutMAIM, U Mt. 55505 115.1115' T 3
10:18: TnwC.mAMvCC0Nu. IMI Nl. I7IH w. L. Oo-M. m "I asM" I'.. Add'
"I'm a candidate for bed." a.m. Tuesday at NW 35th 10.,05he'll.. W.V $55" Ie 104111M. $1,504 DELICIOUS DINNERTwo DINNER
Place and 17th St. tool Nl in* R. A Wllll.m. mi N| lilt N.. In.
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Then he said to his supporters: Tor. Ctnilmd wim. ., 01100.N..n .11 NNIIM lee AI", ..*"lll"lII. '
IiroorcK Inc. "ll Nl 1H'|11.11III Western Largo Portion Delicious/
"There Is a radiance and 141111,5 50011151MnMll Tor? Cw4lrucl e woHlng. |l.WOHutK $15 V. Mow,.. m' Nw. 051 .. In Grilled
glory In the darkness could we !! L. WbA City,. sow NW ens 0.. iMordv-Inc.: HO Nl' IrUil I Il "5711 40.0$0,. 155550,11.' $1,004I Hot Coffee Center Cut Broiled
5,551" $9,1,5.1.. 1000. T.BON STEAK
but see, and to see we have a e ...
Kill' 421 "I lilt $1., II. I FLOUNDERwtartar
only to .IfWomen St. 1710. OR PORK CHOPS
>tiimer< 0.1. Qnxrieiy, 1411 Ml w/ French friesIced
I
wept and men blew sauce

their Goldwater noses furiously.In 1964, although at I Pays for Party IlflOll1Y Tea 49 49c 89 c

first refusing to accept the projected ,
polls of the machines, After Funeral \ I C LARGO WEDGE
also finally conceded defeat. Just tell us how much eo", .. z. 6 URGI WEDGI TULIP GLASS COCONUT

,J Two Goldwater suppor tare, ALBUQUERQUE (APA) you bills' ,need for to homo pay I Impairs old- 5:....50+ ,=: ,, SNaw 0.,, 150501.provements "n. Cherry ( JELLO, Cream

walking sadly up the steps of a I unusual request-for a party car r.. S1l5.oo Ill 00 ;t42IOO $2500 I IM 15 6r 12t
after his funeral-wss for all Pic .. i
niversity of, Florida building, set forth your. %6900.1100 537.00 3100 Aa's Fler Pie i
nel
in the D s
iscussed the outcome. will of Glenn M. Larsen, Phone for prompt, 33600 000 60000 343.
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"This Is Just like what :who died in a hospital her*. courteous ..nnc.. ..
judg- Larsen stipulated 555.0. *IM M tut "'IC'"'. Open Doily & Sunday
ent day Is going to be,"*one that one
laid. estate per cent should of his be distributable used for a LOANS UP TO $600 I Serving/ Hour ;;jj I.
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"Yea, responded the other. [
party after his funeral. The LUNCH
There will be the same weepg item I
was to be considered BII1I
partof ,
and" walling and gnashing of the funeral expense, the will II 1 t30 a.m.-2:05 p.m.
eth. specIfied.The ,
| President Dwight Eisenhower estate was valued at ap- FINANCE SERVICI, INC. .DINNER.
epped up to a microphone In proximately 130.000 in personal of Calneivill 1212 N. MAIN ST.

e! early hours of post election property and ',000 In real es- 204 S. E. First Street . . . FR .4661 I 4:30 p.m.-8:05 p.m. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER Open Doily end Sunday
uy, 1956 and like President tate.
Lyndon Johnson after him! .
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pledged to continue fighting for!,I -- ----- --- .- ..

peace. I ", "" ,"'
!f I.'r. Around the world on that 19511 I .... ,, .. .:...'.. ...t........... ..U..: Mj: : ..l'n.:' I, I'' .
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y..IO 1
1 i post. election day, the Hungarians \ ..:.' -. @--\'
Ins were still fighting Commune (\., t13e
lei oppression. In Morocco seven '
French soldiers were killed { I iWWlP.R&4.H Y
by an armed band. Saudi Arabia j: eu i 24'" !

severed relations with Great v. I
Britain. Russia offered arms toi I \. TV* STORE WITH MOM A AN ANNUAL EVENT FEATURING SELECTION AND

Egypt. I i :'::;.. &wInYUI1HCWtNII IJOUD!"MAIN .,CINT11t...,. .... SAVING FOR YOU YOUR FAMILY AND
The Russians had watched ...,. .- ...,". YOUR HOME ;
the V. S. elections carefully
'Observers from behind the iron'curtain O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO QO Q OO OOOOO O vOOOvOOOOO O OV OV OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO '.
/ toured the polling stalions. -
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"We saw order everywhere. v
We haven't seen anybody Interfering
with the exercise of the Men's-Wind Breaker COSTUME

citizen right to vote,",a Russian
spokesman said.

Here In this country. Harlem ACTION JACKET JEWELRY
representative Adam C la yton .
Powell said the might quit the
Democrats. He had support e d Large.Assortment to

President Eisenhower for re Pil >Lin.d for Extra Warmth .
; accent outfit.
election. Powell said he w a s any
worried about the Democratic
of 4 EARRINGS NECKLACUIR .
party trend becoming one '
-e t/ .re
"Eastlandism" (referring t o Reg. 18.95ANNIVERSARY
AC t LETS
Sen. James Eastland of Mississippi -
). 1 0 00

The signs In ISM pointed to i SALE PRICE 2 for 1.00
Negro voter swing to the Republican

Party. They were %xi
credited with helping land Lou. "
aiana In the GOP column.In I Long wearing dacron polyester and cotton shell ., Regularly to 0.00

1956 Americans split tickets roomy action free rag Ion sleeves with adjustable e I
as never before. The pattern e 5
that emerged was one of voting, button cuffs light weight but warm pilehning ; r Y.

for personalities. I button to the chin collar zip pockets 4
In Florida the voters rejected
a Florida legislative reapportionment "Reigning Beauty"

amendment as they, SIZES 36 .44IN OYSTER & OLIVE GREEN
did In 1964.Opponents. I
said the 17 senator NYLON HOSEAbsolutely
amendment, which w o uld
have given each county a senator

would have given the small First Quality
counties unshakable control I Flattering Fall Shades.
over the Senate. The proposed
House membership Increase
from 95 to 135 would give House BOY'S HOODED 2 Poi 1.00Plain ;
control: to the l large counties. .
They laid the combination
would spell legislative deadlock.The or Seamless Mesh
day after election In 195 1iWLlpLNYLON PARKA W reserve right to
a Gainesville Sun story said the
Republican party strength was limit quantities!
growing tht state. The people Action Styled & Easy Care
sent Republican Rep. W C Cra
mer back to Congress for anoth- Reqular
term. ( A
Eisenhower swept Florida ( 5.99 3 99 :-

with a 180,000 vote margin. The _
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I Humor, Tragedy Score Deeply in 'La Boheme' \\ ..


By VERB RICHARDS note in a whole evening of them'scene was superb and most ef Is possible without overact I III manager) gave a vivid picture I al support at all times to the
The production of La Boheme I and never failed In giving the fective. Marie Candida broughther The whole scene was played!of the bored waiter that was delightfully -)atmosphere,of the stage. Onceor I
Tuesday night In the Florida effect of powerful Intensity and sultry beauty to the roleof
with great skill, as, for exam complete de:, twice they were too enthusiastic !-
Gymnasium was a return engagement his acting matched It in sincere Musetta and played It with every
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ColdovikyOpera vivid enthusiasm
a and a perfection four rent to take advantage -I :
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Ronold Holgate as Marcello, a of the landlord's social i excellent.orchestra under
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excels In the color of sages.
painter was wholeheartedly I slip to get rid of him. So many'Conductor Ross Reimueller
dramatic side 'furious and just as wholeheart- the final scene. was extremely little touches could be mentioned gave as Important, a performance -:others, was especially happy In- s
of p e rform- well-handled, with'a sincerity the I the He his accompanying of the soft solo (,
A Sun edly gay,with the kind of aban. as speed with which one as singers. kept I
ances as well :don we associate with the Bohemian that matched the men.She Is so of the men who took wine glass them.on_ their_toes and_gave vit- singing._ __ ____ _I
as In the excellence )', scene. In many performances excellent in her picturing power -[away from his offending mouth.' I II
of Its soReviC'W" of this the extra she should work: to keep her
10 11 h. "Bo opera high notes undriven. The voice Frank Hilfreich's "Alclndoro"
heme" is an touch stops with them, but Col- itself Is exceptionally: good. the elderly admirer of Musetta' HEAR
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adult horse and -
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u wi Florida Goes Dem* for LBJ 1st Time Since-4S-' I




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By BEN FUNK 1 side In 1952, won it .i bt'In. water forces with using ''Nazi- In the erfand( .cape Kennedy nearly 3 to 1 Republican major.
MIAMI (AP-President Johnson last! and Richard Nixon held it
like tactics" to Interfere with area, where government spending ity of 1960.Johnson .
using the political muscle! In I960. the balloting. .
on the did manage to win
of Florida's two urban space program
greatest A day of heavy voting, and of At Miami, Circuit JudgeJames Brevard County, home of the
brought and
areas to beat down the challenge growth
111w of emotional clashes at the polls, W. Kehoe issued a restraining pro.perltY'1 spaceport, but by a very narrow
Barry Goldwater has Johnson whittled
+.Wt ;brought no other surprises. order against "Illegal margin.
pulled Florida back into national
Democratic ranks for the first i Democrat Haydon Burns climaxed mass challenging tot voters) publican strength I Exploiting the social security
t time since 1948. a bitter campaign for without cause," Concern that a big Goldwaterwin .and medicare Issues with devastating
might cause the shifting of effect, Johnson seized! Pt-
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In big Dade County where the governor by soundly defeating But Republicans won a similar
J a aw1rf Charles some space projects to friendlier nellas County, a stronghold of
President's liberal policies find Holley. Sen. Spessard case at Tampa, When poll 1
political areas failed to win senior citizens which Nixon
Holland rode a landslide to his officials began to move the gave
rrt r more favor than anywhere elseIn fourth Orange County for Johnson, al his margin over John F. Ken-
term In the U,S. Senate watchers away from the polls ,
roes this state of dramatic political though he cut Into theNorthern
deeply ,
ti1YNas consrasls. Johnson got a and an congressional Incum- Circuit Judge Neil C. McMullen nedy in Florida In 1960.S ,

Jw whopping 73,000 vote edge more bents-four Democrats and two l Issued an order to stop It, State ","" .L
than twice the overall margin Republicans, won as expected. GOP chairman Tom Fairfield S Ft en
by which he captured Florida The same metropolitanstrength Brown had threatened otherwiseto

4t And, in the heavily.populated that boosted Johnson to challenge the election In the
Tampa Bay area, Johnson victory beat down the reapportionment courts. FloridaCut

wrestled control 0 f Pinellas plan drafted by rural Voting lines were so long that I
: County from the Republicans bya forces, In control of the legislature :many persons reported waiting

20,000 vote margin and took house hsi to cast their ballots
hoti Hillsborough County by the Even it the amendment had Florida law provides that any tub Johnson
same majority.In won, it could have made no difference -person In line at poll-closing
1' returns from all but four because the US. Supreme time must be slowed to vote,
of the state's 2,271 precincts, Court's "one man one and In one Sarasota County NEW YORK (APl'rt'sldenl'Johnson ) 'I 45 per cent In the middle Income

Johnson rolled up a total of vote" edict made the Florida precinct, the hut voter walked rolled up a bettor vote precincts was five per cent less
891,284 votes to 882.028 for Gold- plan clearly unconstitutionalAlso out of the booth at 12:13 a.m.Goldwater' In Florida Negro precinct than than Kennedy received and the
\ water. I killed by urban voting vote against the the late President John F. Kennedy 73 per cent vote Johnson got In

This metropolitan support was. power was a plan to continue Civil right bill was all that he did In I960. the low Income precincts was
v pay, more than enough to ovenomel Into the next century the current needed to capture the bulk of the But northern Florida turnedIn two per cent less than Ken-
method of a vote that was IS cent nedy's.
the racial Issue which swept distributing gasoline traditionally Democratic coun- per
,n.edrd most of north Florida over to the I tax revenues among the counties ties in north Florida and the less for Johnson than for Kennedy In selected high urban Income
-a system favoring the rural panhandle, according to NBC'i elec-
Johnson's
Republican side and enabled tranlc vote analjsls of selected precincts, 37 per cent
GoMwater to hold central and counties I Johnson had tried unsuccessfully precinct returns. I I was one prr cent better than
Passions flared in .
southern counties that went to the precincts 1 to halt this trend by sendng In Negro precincts Johnson Kennedy's showing.

the GOP In 1WSO. as voter formed long his wife, Lady Bird, on a dot 88 per cent of the vote-It Voters In precincts with s
i A great personal effort by lines at polling places and, in whistle stop campaign across per cent more than Kennedy ac heavy Jewish vote went for
REPUBLICAN Shaded Johnson, Including a campaign some areas, encountered Republican the panhandle to stress the quired. Johnson It per cent more than
counties swing through the slat In the "eagle eye" poll watchers Resident's southern heritage. And the North Florida area Kennedy. Johnson's vote In
DEMQCRATICi Light cut week before the election, led to Charges that the watchers But neither this, nor a record gave the President 43 per cent these areas was 19 per cent
counties.From. so+aa the first Democratic national were Interfering with the rightsof registration of Negro voter of the voteSelected I I Meanwhile, selected Negrt
victory in Florida since HarryTruman voters were carried Into court could stem the tide, Johnson middle and low Income precincts also went heavy for
1n. I beat Thomas E. Deweyin at Miami and Tampa and Sen took M per cent of the vote In precincts In urban areai the Democratic senatorial and

1948. George__Smathers_ charged__Gold nn selected Negro precinct. l showed little change. Johnvin's gubernatorial candidates. _
r"t... f Dwight D. Eisenhower swung

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Hollywood MusicalsTo Work Left I JOHN BARBOUR the party, failed In a bid for the pro-Johnson tide cal history

WASHINGTON (AP) In the governorship against Incumbent In New York, veteran Sen. I In Alabama, five Democratsfell
Although you couldn't tell It'wake of Sen. Barry Coldwater's Democrat Otto Kerner. Percy Kenneth B. Keating who refused
by nearly deserted party headquarters stunning defeat, the battered said he had made 81 speechesfor to support Goldwater failed. to Republican challengersfor
U. S. Senate: Murphy : late this morning, election !ranks of Republicans yielded anew Goldwater's candidacy before the challenge of RobertF. seats In Congress. In eastern

mechanic were atill hum set of heroes today. Even In Goldwater'i home Kennedy brother of the late Georgia, another Democrat fell
ming. One could be the GOP standard president There still
state, Arizona, Republican was another Democratic
By JERRY RANKIN unexpired five > month term of Ing Proposition 14, the highly Courthouse officials sat down bearer for 19 1. Richard
Associated Press Writer the late Democratic Sen. ClairEngle. Klelndlrnst. strong In Pennsylvania, Republican upset In Mlssl .lppl. In
I In Gov.
controversial state ballot measure shortly after 10:30 this morning Michigan, George Goldwater
SAN FRANCISCO (AP supporter and friend, stalwart Hugh Scott, a reluctant all but the Mississippi victory
if It cost him the to tackle 1,390 absentee ballots Romney bucked the Democratic failed In his bid
l' even for the governorship supporter of his party's ticket the Republicans were strongly
Republican George Murphy I credited tide to win another .
Murphy widespreadpress and term. He
a precinct by precinct
election. beaten by Democrat who proclaimed "Im my own announced for (;old aler,
headed today for a new career
support especially in Sa, count of Tuesday's election re- had accepted his party's choiceof Sam Goddard.In "
man, won a close election to
as U. S. Senator at the age of linger's native northern California The proposition passed by a sults.Member.. Goldwster, but withheld en- .I In the Senate, two strong
62, after bringing to a bitter end with helping his victory. huge margin and "definitelyhurt" of the official can dorsement.In Maryland, Incumbent Sen the Senate. In Hawaii, Republican Goldwatcr supporters won _
the brief Senate term of Demo- J. Glenn Read had put off Gold- Ben Hiram Fung kept Gold- former Arliona Gov. Paul Fan.
to his Taft
I Salinger backers differed on Salinger according vass board are Registration Supervisor Ohio Robert Jr. apparently
water of
out his
water endorsement but campaign and nln and
cat Pierre Salinger. whether he was hurt by oppos- press aide Dick ttannard. Mrs. Alms-Bet Tie a, overcame venerable late Nebraska' Incumbent
In the rampalgnT' on a Gold- won re-election. Roman L. Hruska.
Californians who handed I County Judge H. H. McDonaldand Democrat Stephen M. Young
water visit to Maryland, the The inventory of fallen Republicans -
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President Johnson a resounding County Commission Chairman President Johnson's avaancht -
victory split their tickets to Proud That County G. M. Davis. County Attorney to win Young's Senate Beall Arizonan, and warmly Beall endorsed 1 grew longer In the
elect Murphy, the former Holly- Wayne Carlisle Is also assisting seat. In the campaign Tan reciprocated congressional side. RecordVote
Beall lost his Senate
wood musical film star who Inter In the vote count. mildly endorsed Goldwater, bid of seat to the On the opposite side of the
turned to the business 'side Went to Democrats First action this morning was managed to avoid persona Joseph Tydlngs ledger, In the Deep South where
of the movie Industry. to check the unopened absentees Identification with the Republi. Even Republicans lukewarm Goldwater won his only major InCounty
Returns from 24,540 of 31,498 Judge John H. Ward and Mrs. Patricia B. Farrls speaking on against the registration p o i Is. can standard bearer.In to Goldwater or opposed to him victories, his name worked a

precincts gave Murphy 2- behalf of the Alachua County Democratic Committee this morn- Next, the absentees will be California, former Hollywood dto_ fact the. antl-Goldwater!!: ,_kind of magic that made pnlltl.
591,924. Salinger 2,449,534. Ing said they are proud to see the county go Democratic for counted and added to the precincts movie star George Murphy -"- -- -
In his San Francisco: headquarters the first time In 20 years. for the final vote report stepped lightly over former
the 39 year-old Salln- that will be certified and sent to presidential press secretary Wall St. Celebrates
I ger said he had no statementto Judge Ward Is chairman of the committee and Mrs. FarrU Is Secretary of State Tom Adams Pierre Salinger to win a UJJ
make for the time being. vice-chairman. for the statewide official election Senate seat. Murphy backed It was a record election
Without elaborating, he said "W. wish to thank all of those who gave so generously of report Goldwaler but reserved the More than 34000 Alachua
there was some confusion over their time and effort" Ward and Mrs. Farris said. "Without the Crews began returning the right to differ with him on such bounty voter cast their ballot
returns from Los Angeles, wholehearted support of all those Democratic workers the effortto 79 voting machines stationed In ssuet ss civil rights, and once Sweep Then Settles In Tuesday' big general elec
where Murphy gained the mar put the county back In the Democratic column could not the 32 precincts Tuesday. The refused to be photographed with inn, thousands more than ever
gin of victory. have succeeded ss strongly as It did." machines are stored In the county Goldwater, voted before In a general eon-
Salinger, who served the late Sidney Martin, county commissioner and co-chairman of the warehouse next to the county By contrail, the Republican NEW YORK (AP) The come back Into the market, tent
John F. Kennedy and Pte ai- executive committee, had this to say: Jail.The alien Included some notable stork market staged! a brief celebration -[brokers said Unofficial returns show 23352
dent Johnson as press secretary 'It's no time now for I victory statement, with the United registration office was .oldwater! supporters.In of President Johnson's A solid early rise Included voter went to the polls, out of
had been appointed In States in peril with communism everywhere In this world. Nowis not expected to complete its Illinois, Charles H. Percy, election victory then began to most Industrial groups, rails a total registration of 32,111.
August by Democratic Gov. Ed- the time for the people to get behind their President and work on Tuesday's election a young Eisenhower Republican slide below Its best level early and utilities, but as trading This Is 71 per cent

._.......A. r:. nm rt e., wrve nut the let him be one :resident ',,r all." until late Thursday and considered a shlnlnc. Hint In this afternoon as trading slackened wore on steels replaced gains Absentee ballots, after ,they
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with small 10..... The market' are validated and counted today
For annul an hour the mar remained higher but many plus must be added to this.
WHO VOTED FOR JOHNSON? let rallied vigorously The Initial signs' were erased throughout About 1.410 absentee ballots
enthusiasm waned however the list. must be checked and counted
and prices were trimmed. The Associated Press averageof The previous record In ballot
I Will Street was showing Its'' 89 stocks at noon wee up .1 celt was In I960! when Richard
relief that the election was over, at 330 with Industrials up Nixon faced John f, Ktnnedy.
Across All Lines for Win
Cut analysts said, and also at the rails up .3 and utilities up .4 U.I!Some 11,010 of 21,123 registered
assurance: that the Democratic The Dow Jones Industrial voter went to the polls, 73 per
pending policies would contin!erage which had been up 148 ctnt
ue. Foreign Investors who were at the end of the first hour. Id We. with l 270M voters
Nrui Cork Itmr I most parts of the North. Only cent to 48L Last night Presl-{ They art representative of the AnU Catholic sentiment that apprehensive about a Goldwst(trimmed Its rise by noon to ,47stS73M :registered, 13,209 went out to
LEWIS among voters of Polish and other ) dent Johnson rolled up t whopping various geographic, ethnic and cut Into President Kennedy's 1-victory- were encouraged to I vote.
By ANTHONY! I I other elements among the voters margin In heavily Protestant -
East European origin were 64 cent of the vote.
Rich and per _._.... ,,
NEW YORK poor in each state.Arrangements states four years sgo was of --- ---" <
Protestant and Catholic and there signs of this resentment Small towns showed a similar! were made for course not a factor Johnson'sgains .....
Jew farmer and city dweller toward Negroes.The I story. In Pennsylvania, eight I immediate telephoning of returns ) In some areas, notably i I ,i ;' MV' S ,-
and suburbanite all showed Negro vote went for the town precincts were 12 per cent from these precincts to the border states, may ban !
marked shifts toward Lyn Democrats ss expected but'Nixon four years ago, S7 per CBS news headquarters kere been attributable in part to this
don Johnson in Tuesday's extraordinary by margins even greater than cent Johnson yesterday. The figures were fed Into International factor '
election. expected. Some heavily Negro f I All these breakdowns were Business Mac b In .I In Kentucky, for example! 7 21I

1 Only In the Deep South did precincts showed better than W Indicated quickly, as the votes Computers which made statewide typical white Protestant districts 0'
II Sen. Barry Goldwater score any :per cent of the vote for President i/were tabulated, by Vote Profile projections on the basis of, were J7 per cent for NU '

sigmflcsnt gains for the Republican I Johnson. Analysis. This was the projection the voter characteristics and on In 19M! but It per cent for
) ticket over four years I The suburbs were perh a p s method used by the Columbia recent election patterns. Johnson now. Statewide, Nixon
1 ago. Riding the crest ofMis I the most remarkable part of the Broadcasting System and In effect, the machines did carried Kentucky by S4 percent
cia I Issue there, he story. All over the East and made available to the New more quickly and completely last time, while Johnson
sissippi. Alabama. Louisiana. Midwest Johnson carried these York Time i what a human political: expert bad an Indkated ...
Georgia and South Carolina to traditionally Republican areas. Vote Profile Analysis a system doe with early return: The gains among Protestant

the Republicans.The I j I In New Jersey, for example developed by Louis Harris Sole their location, compare voter were not. "however, balanced
white backlash, on which .24 typical suburban precincts,and Associates, Is based on the the figure with expected! patterns by any tosses among Roman
Goldwater had counted so went for Richard Nixon e ver selection of about 2,DM model among that group of vot. Catholics. Alain using Kentucky
strongly failed to materllllze in John Kennedy In 1960 by 52 per precincts around the country i iI ers and makes a projection I a* an example the Democratic -

marg'n In four heavily
Catholic preclncU: rose from B

Ij Matthews. Takes Swine at Polls I to All 7S across per cent the East and Middle -

-- L West, voter ef the Jewish 4,.,
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Congressman D R (tRu11y){Association of Business MesJlnc ,I Sen. Strom Thurmond. R-S.C, the questionatrt,* M a 11 I i ews faith traditionally Democratic I itF1

issue with the and Americans For Democratic >'"as rated least effective In the said. j' showed substantially| '
Matthew took (Senate dubious distinction His name was not Included en greater margin for the John[
of Action.I sharing that
polls Tuesday calling some the list of the top fine representative ,I son ticket. Is Ohio some heavily
them Inaccurate ill a speech before I Pageant rated the with Rep. Adam CUytoo *. I Jewish area were Q per cent
the University City Kwanis >{Loess of members of enectl"l!Powell who was rated feast effective Matthew said the NABM poDdowngraded Democratic last &11M, H per

j polling its member and the representative ban because of icy ceatnow.
Matthew Club said voter a b ould Washington press corps Matthew said be was so voting record ea appropriation: The white backlash hade 35 Years of USDA Service
concentrate knowing their I la a poD released October 13,I I" tonisIJed'" at the top and bottom for enltaiJted feed grains, t" shows up during last spring's!
on 'Pageant tabbed Rep. Wllbiri I l name en the Pageant fist program of food tamp for the presidential especially Officer
candidates and the !*** ire. primaries) County Manager W, II. (Pete) Simmons (right) pr 'III. certificate
stead of on .!'ecBnpoll i'!Mills. D-Ark. a* the moet e*. that he led bit secretary can poor, and die apace ,",lTam. I I among I navy Industrial of aervltt t. three of hU. longtime Agricultural Klahilliatlon and Conservation
relying ifective member of the Housed ,U other congrecsmea and ask He said the /NABM poll worker of them Catholics
*. I. "pe?, many Service employee They are. from left, Mir am (i. llyrd. administrative clerk
.Representative if they bad answered Paeant'lpoD. ged him II "'moderat ; : of East European: origin with 19 lce
Man of hJ r"'T; =c m i years *" ; Herman II. ) performance supervisor" 10 years
: target Pageant rated Georgia's Rh- mg to the kft- Go, George Wallace: d AIabama service and Elalae ldlror'
was Pageant Mag-* it "hey I I lta"'l | : 0. Went chief year. service; The certificates) were
Russell the most effective Only .two of them said that lit said a* I* )Just the earned nch
also questioned the re1.Jt :y 01[:art arena to Gary lipid by Emery HUlUnn. chalrmaa ef the Stale ASC Committee, and James)
pets' conducted: by the SUS*member:; of \the CJ. Sma fa. they bad bothered to answer a moderate leaning to the right. ladiaaa, IIId Baltimore I I Vemable, .. ckalranaa ef the county committee (Sun photo bf BUM Mix***)



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ANNOUNCEMENTS
By W. B. RAGSDALE JR. I In his unparralleled sweep of weep of the normally Demo- Deep South states of Louisiana, cent ahead of the Kennedy totalIn

NEW YORK (AP) American New England the middle Atlantic 'cratic South. Alabama Mississippi South Southern cities, suburbs and I tin Ctrl MmrlMr ol Thm(

of ill rice, ethnic groups states and the Industrial But 45 of the most Republican Carolina and Georgia. Exceptfor smaller towns but trailed about I LM li Found

I and economic levels Joined to Midwest. counties In the nation gave SI Georgia these states gave 3 per cent In rural areas where I"" _11... MrvlcMITrml
hand Lyndon B. Johnson one of per cent of their vote to Democrat their electoral votes in 1948 to Goldwater's civil rights stand IMamiMlM_
Meld No'
the most lopsided presidential He ran about 12 per cent Johnson. the States Rights party. apparently had its strongest ? Pew.,.

victories In history. Only the higher than Kennedy In the Goldwater carried only the Johnson ran from 1 to :3 per appeal. I ..1Iy lltttn CMM Cw
Deep South stood aside.A big cities of these Northern I I Plocto 1 T* lie And

study of election returns In areas and It to 17 per cent TDIngi T* IMAUTOMOTIVI WORTHWHILE

selected pre- better elsewhere.
clnctsbyNBCs Integration Makes GainsIn

Electronic Vote Analysis: Here are some sample of his MAIrtiMW loioo-Ronto, *
Analysis showed What The votes in the normally Republican Jt Trudu lof nicer THE. :
suburban areas: In the New ) Trudl. Wmud
three major NewsMeant York City suburbs, Johnson Out-of-State Issues M TrKtiri 4 Truck Hontolo .
actors In John received 59 per cent of the vote n Trios ....,...
son's landslidewin M MotwcycM: t tcootanM
In selected precincts; In Buffalo
: AulomoWlo KoMlro
-The Somali- M per cent; in Pittsburgh I WASHINGTON APCali- require equal service for Negroes The railroad train-crew issueIn U Automobile nr MMM

ed white backlash among eth. 70 per cent;.In Philadelphia 56 fornlans erased a law against In motels hotels and restaurants California and other states Is ,....* 4 JporU Con

nic groups and others upset by 'per cent; In Denver 50 per cent.I housing discrimination In the throughout the state. It the center of a bitter dispute 17 Auto We.dEDUCATIONAL TIME
READING
troubles had no significant His support ran strongest In hottest Issue among hundreds of previously applied only to the between management, seekingto V
desegregation effect. the low-and middle Income election proposals In 40 states city of Baltimore and half of the slash manpower and unions

-As expected Johnson won 88 segments but also sharply trim- Tuesday."I state's 23 counties. trying to preserve Jobs. 11 MuiM.scow DwiclniN 4 ImtrucHoHIt

per cent of the Negro vote almost ming Republican totals among am disappointed," said : Proposals to legalize gambling North Dakota and Arizona WinlodlntlructlMIMPLOYMINT

20 per cent better than the high-income voters. Gov. Edmund G. Brown "but II, were slapped down by also repealed train-crew laws.
Democratic total In 1960.Well.f.o.doperaons do not regard the election as the voters In three states California IN
Even ethnic Louisiana voters established
among groups end of California's fight against Arkansas and Washington. ......
normally
where Goldwater strategists the nation's first code of ethic II 'hip W iMII TO
I found In the Republican discrimination and segregationin Californians rejected a state- M.I. 14.,Ip WeOed .
camp expected a backlash to develop, for state officials. It was one of
I voted for Johnson by the thou- Johnson showed slight gains.A housing. franchised lottery Arkansas constitutional amendments 15 NNp-M.I.,. or Pem.N
state
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The state constitutional refused to *
"frontlash" legalize gambling
sands. This of Republicans -
the state ballot Won. P.nd
crowding Wwli > *
turning away from check of selected precincts amendment that wipes out Cali houses In the resort city of Hot V Ws m Wonlod M.I*
Sen. Barry Goldwater was a key showed 79 per cent of Slavic fornia's present fair-housing Springs and Washington voters New Hampshire voters apparently

factor as a Democratic presidential voters going Democratic, Irish and forbids any further legislation said no to licensing bingo card approved amendments to ARMS 6 LIVISTOCK
candidate carried large voters by 15 per cent and Italian on the subject held a firm J- games punch boards and pin- reapportion the state legislature Itulpmonl THE
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numbers of major suburban voters by 74 per cent all up :2 margin In mounting returns.It ball machines. giving more weight to V Food 4 FortlllMfM GET

communities for the first time. one per cent over 1960. gives property owners the California voters In a busy votes of urban residents.But LIVMlock 4 tutftML

Johnson piled up Increased Goldwater's strategy was to absolute right to accept or re- day also approved a proposalto Florida voters thumbed L ndKO lni To* ...

margins over the 1960 vote for try to turn out the vote In nor ject any buyers or renters.In outlaw pay television and repealed -down a reapportionment N FOB klVMlK 4 (tuIMII W5tedPINANCIAL

the late President John F. Ken- mally Republican areas workon another vote involving the a state law requiring amendment which had already SUN

nedy In every area and with ethnically mixed groups In racial Issue Maryland extendeda railroads to fill certain Jobs on been ruled inadequate by the

it almost every group of voters key industrial areas and a public-accommodations law to trains Supreme Court. M (.._ Owwrtgnmo.OHann .

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BEEF $139 M Mobil. HomooII 6 SPICIAL NOTICES
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OFPICI 4 SALES toOl,..... ragu. I WNITI .OY 17WIII Ssml/N. IN ....,. 714. Hone took SOlblni .pr,."
tar toy opportunity' tor odvirxirxont to 15tyWIlp. 15.1' Ihuro 55C1N FOR All $.. III FEDERAL QUALITYHOMES
SIN birth
32 B S. Clan 9. Unavo.2T.
chollonflng' Sad "' ",11I. I .."' 5 pm, 0....550 Coll Hound .Hut "" from mo Nrm. INCN : "
big pnllion wrlto lu tloAC .....5 Door.h. and Com HoundlSovarol N W. IJMI: tl aolnotvlllo 120151 33.: Through 4.: Aptlrude able
bedrooms
o Onrmvlllo 2 & 3
citM lun, gad glvt Sew top llrd Don Como UB. FR I5IH Walt Wimon Wor 28. Ddan 5. Celtbto OIC 5. Toward 10. Nolfna
ixporlntco otc., lor oppolntmont Schools D. Chwland.
Sill rot IntorvlowPormonont Inrlructiont L SopS 457.4,35 a 30. B.wrq 55. Jllundl'l 6. Cumpul 1..ncl II-
REG. COCKER PUPS RIND
T.V. ANTENNA. INSTALLER Real Estate Exam M\"LI "OMUI lands
Oil atlar I PM
ION Old Ofetowllhfd 4570 N iN ION Et 17 Coat
I
Co. Casuist hour top poy wrllo COORS.ATTEND Ocoll, IN VII Minor 375.1311Maell a & corport / r d 0 d I' I, lq: Elba.
Whip
common bocklround oil.. to looitA Plow N..4 CHIHUAHUA PUPPIESPOWs
< o Go,.... tunPAP.TI :Nil NiN 5110 II. Call 371.3757. and whlto wim *m>.... IM i NOME"SPACE- S Plo'er.d wal'l d's 1iT : 'IT 21 EXclIrd: :
MEN and AVAILAILIPnpru 6 Formica CobiMNe /. .; 22: P0011117
MAN Aooly In owl hoMwriting 4 omM It IV W HI trill lor MHO ttmiii jrtjni.FOR
Pormonrnt pm'tion for CIVIL SEKVICE SAO" 1J mo. Old' AKC M 04IO Homo ,ForkChlrlrl Built-it kitchn I. II Grlef
.... rgot mon ""... Motor 4 lamtnatloni." for Informationn rrg _. .. .Ol'. Call "'.> 1 MIIM/" O.Norlh NI5.on NI 6 T."0110 floors % : : Artdlr.:

IOUlpm50Ca.. P. O. to. FFCOLODCD Mmi Md'MI 4 Photo No. 1111 4111 NW 12th II "..... MMlM Mgr 6 Both. vonlt'ii'
p 26. Adtocatrof
Key Training ....Ie.. III W.
a All utilitigsSidgwolks ;
MALI 30 to U. 5INor. Anoint" $,.. Jotb.MV11N.N BOB WHITE QUAILDrouM city ohs Stwo1S

....111.. _... Wrlto.b... P Per/nlnont. 0 Ito r11al Kin HIOH SCHOOL prlcod..."according. II.II oachLlvo K ---S-UTTS- a 9 9 II : : lJ ,.- ilf 29. Cur.aUJr

Unlv not, City for prompt In- .Non.4 ",.. book 10" A"' s r k4 ;
--QU""Iy MOBILE 32. MachaMS4.
INC
Mrvl.wRETAIL' School. ,. P. 0. lu IMsb. JSON.e. CO,.1101 Alacnua Florid HOMES ( / .I,
ruCh 1Jil
.1110. "' NW 3thSt. II 61" 5. $11,250$12,550 .Pract.e3T.
SALES. IHIPPIN JMIa.MEN CHIHUAHUA' PuPOl05 I Wks.LEG. ,
441 N Limit WW
at City _
AND STOCK CONTROL ....bl./ and Malthy, rJr Il
Apply' 111! W. V.,.. A.o. GET A MAN'S JOB .,.. Mr5.T"y.Earl Stobo T0/M S.. ui for best buy *n Goinoi- ASS I shoot ourD51lAs'ocll o//4. ...YpiMoor / 01Jr ITmiS9.

NATIONAL SALES orgonliottm, .... OFKRATlNOl' tullelne.... 0'....... 157051. vlllt. Ask for our iptcial dn' II IJI Rooflng tta
IU I.J.I
.1"1 n.0 offleo M G.II., Dragon laefthoo* ft Sttaprriirn count pncei. W* cannot ond Ai kohy growo mom will ails, 41.:Molten
Mon II la U .1'" or without, ulmoiooilonco ( too ....,.. Ml will (run 12 Mobil H...... For Sol| will not be undersold, tonndtnng |r.. *N sod grootor |oy from Hill,
but wltti I oxlro torlmpnvln you on our oauiomant IR Flo., VA t ." I 4l
thomiolvoi/ Call Prr.KinnM .ftH.npr* WtlNNASSOCIATED quality $$1OUcshVA lw "hlltoryColorivl L r 4 cw.b

1tI.....,, Will 30 AM lIPORI you buy sw \II lor loP 23 Yet Scrvic' Eo p iitnc. row t o0. havoc, taw 4
ru IfJ 1, .. 41. Female
_1000A0. Frld' .y Sill I.1i'" yU HEAVY EQUIPMENT SCMOOLIll woilty' M M0b/15/ 5451505. 00. OPEN 8 AM I PM ly much In baby I room. llmpiilllltiiory r
.moioly Jl units to CIWOM 1r0m4lO.1400111tHUpN
.. W. KINNIOY ILVOTlmoa or Pottom 111 11105... II ahrrp
-HolpMdlOf Ftmil PI.. PH I7IKI7IJPI6DWI.ITINS MngthFo.WIno. in CLOSED SUNDAY lot hchoii diroctionu iollichorti [ff 0 I' I 0'is' 41. Flowed

.
MOTOR ROUTE SALESMANCARRIER $...c. TnlnlngSotrttarlH SPELLINGdoll Morlotto, Hlllcroit, WMlor INS ROYAL .n'NITTI I U 5.5515.MIry.Nw ft .,. Frmpoe.
County Clonoo, 4 Pom Minor.II I X 30. All olumlnum, air" Cam J cash rHA CMti In colno tor ttillpottom ISJ / 01-1 411II / 8. 1nlL
W. h" ........ tot "'. T....'... noun tormina' Hawaii, lulinaitCollno ditionM. 11000. Coll HowtMr n o.m $ Md II conto tar oochpottorn I w15ght

Wlllliton, Howlhorno ..... mobS III W. Unlv Av*. yoon .I" "'. Moblll Homo < tat lor iixiou mailing *ndlooclM mllA' ...."...... ...
or fomolo Good oornlngt M youriovo P R 43W Euan.15 nondlMg. Solid lo LII 3l.\rlUp
trpmportiitlon sod dnlro to U LOTS FOR SALI Whiolor OoMoovlll tun. 101_'..
,.... teen Owl P. O sew HI, 0>d
run your own bu. with very "SERVICE HAS BJILT
22 SH.I.| S.. lcds
SINN" 'Invntmont plrno ..11M'. ClaIMS notion, New Voril II. 101.
Cffouto Clrculotton Dpt, Oolnoivlllo OUR BUSINESS"BAIRD wo tavo doiHjnmii, woodod Ionprictd HUGHEDWARDS Print plolnly' PATTtOM NUM

Wry 1751411, sal Ito I ti COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING "ORDYCI Man I ll ASJOCIATII.m INC. 015. 5A014. A500505 5 ISONl.
JJIIm.: .
: SERVICE 372-5209 MOBILE'HOMES REALTOR

!''-W bolt._3150534 NIW FOR H4SI KM ...,... IS Htu... IM Sol IS H..... fdf Sl IS H..... Ul Sl.
WINTIGIISSPIR15NCIO / 17 F..J 85rmud5 F.rhlntr Vnll croctwl Ihin
to
I'V O."U. broulllul ipociout lot, moro flihlont -
MIN IN ALL II OISI5P10,15 IP) X MM prlviUvo' torbooting INC. ....1 Plat' I FRII Plttimi 010. I >II "Ow... u. <. MlO o. OCAIA Tou-nrrs+lt', rat II[ IR. I ball. Cfl homo hi"f mil
.. I : "' _. oar 41.111. loll J,. .. ,Ilea. / el L..... Clow
DIFARTMINTIntl COO'T" W .II.b''sat HiMmg M lit. IW41r _...ry. ..II.' clol_ Smd U H'.h pone ed sop good tithing to
OU' blot 10' 53755 p4 ton.WI .It J'IOI Jet 30' a 4,1 Iorr3IIW. cont| lor now NoMMcrpIt. e. t.lea. ocMoll, Mncod .....ky..... IJ1INl W h IsN0 room MCSUN' town, IMM for .....,'., wild UW
Moiort lloclrkimonont : 2909 NE 15th St. .. ,. ,
WIII101 ..II..,. Call vs tordslvpred Illll A. 371-11'. I worth 05rOb101y,0o. ar will
MalI M. Trlmmn, E/o llrico. Phenol MI 15111, i LONGS oowtlrul loll In N WSoctlon ./11.1. kitchen." IM-Mt or 4e. trade Molly tor home In _"..
..
... WO M. pad 'KII,... 176.7971LITTLEWOOD .1 IUI IIW Jj'h 00 U .... IsWSst .
.roo Inwr_,. 104u1ro' ., Oak C.. .t I..p,'_ Ins.. WYATTTrailer locitod odlownl to city' VAlllll 14 COMF1 ITI ""k. UOI boo ltd 10. H4JUV town, acreage ar what hav you.Wrlto
RIa Ira IllA .. OolnoavlligSun
MOM.nl COlI'OUT'O"Old Hawthorn.. llmltt with povod itrooti towor. PATTMNI In doiuw iww QoI'' PIT .... Plans FR !_ i HAPPINIIS' ll ITOIICH Mlly
City ....'. AIM' lO'OO loll OVOII.north look For ....,....... "110'''. ... ktveillng M 5 U. S. |tel Homo "'
Alrp.rt III 05515. pew
21 LI..tHIl B' Sap5IIWfTRTbTEo Sales 5015 M W.lde Root 1155 1 7.1110 SS cinti now i LOT OWNIRt I I "lIS'I built In mil *re* pyALACNUA IUY OIRICT PROM lull MRna
M ,....ry. Down poymonl M 'l'ou 551 haul 5 tartan 10551 with HOMIS. INC lliel _mi."... Porfttto ol
avmM,s MmattI 1'16 "" bp1I0 MPooMM lad tormi ......... ....... Nol undor less tar FhaM 101I1I.t. Homes model tho tamping
MINI TRAIN AS d0ub1I dKkor .I1..bill MMIN 555551NMI. M15.150 "...... InI "Ml U41H. I ,lop 10dra0m5.. MastNeml So.ry S01 horn with' o rellnt' Dnenrlng
ACCIDENT 111115' ".11... C.. NUuor PR OM A''..'.., ciitv Q McCoy itniM WISTWOODI IS H..... for Sole )'+ "'h" MoMnry Conitructlon, Irom 1 P MI'7 PM, ,kogrning loll N W inn "*oue. Hugh.Idwordo
$311. Trovll TraINn -- bt. I b Cl c..,. hi, owningWIMOWI Oil pr Oil brood Mr lIoN, builtin Auguil 14. 1UI N W 15 PI II*.. VtnlI \
INVESTIGATORS .... ....... -RAILlfOAD bltchon will, niturM f
Oc. Plnl MMII5 I Mockt to KhoolNIAR birth
Camper
with
'10 CALVI3 N51 bred. {1750554 root ell other t ;
LITTLUVOOOOWNIR MOVINO- badroaiyi I kalh, rm rram*
Previous eo.7rlMC5101 nocoolory. I DON 51,te' II15IP23 51110pug maoy Tors 0aN,5.
Troln, at looms ki lain C""OII Dally, PIrm4 10.. 1450.110tH $110.7 II"'V" 501, SIDING LOT SCHOOLS II moo old. I IR. I I. com.plotoly 0511ly 117100015 .own 14 N05am.. "YOU I bent'Ll,IUV Wily IT SIC IVIPY cnndhnmM h...... Cll ,.. hlc' nlqnnnr
.
tlmo. ,. PI.I Phono elf list CR I lurmihid appliance. 000110. .. hoe* I*. Nary lot. *>. <*.
Knop .nr lob. Froo X151 I or I Hill both It kitchen ACIA 551 NCP0115575. I. TIME lent mea.il ii.rl enFIRFICt
local and ...,.., tmpioymontaillltanc Call 2571 ... .... NAVE I.... commorclpl' M wltnrollrood eocloui' nomt, Immidilto, *c. laotlul. bullMnb real central m.MJtAUTHINTIC H.l 31".1.j WuP .... :.. *inr HutM, ,. Fn

*. Writ ul blot, oo.toMllhid I me I a 17 I U trill Or Wlll 101a4 I to oldlng..Will,. Olvl prod Mllitoc14 bull' cuponcyPLOP.IDA buy -' j jlNW"" iiiI. I IR ti..nf""h.W. .In FOR l.ROf PAMIlY nt-yoM. __...

imc tMI. AISOLU. FURNITURE Cond. Oi..I lvar0 log '.5lullR ...'" COLONIALOorgMut coioniol InN .., Fork tu down PM Itpor 01 SMALL SOIOIITVIlia EXCLUSIVE AREA
TILT NO OSLIOATIONINSURANCE PARK whlto brick
NO 150/.7 N 'PO' .
for 0075 "' or will ronl lor HI .
ADJUSTORS UPHOLSTERY .'.... $1100. 17"11'. I br, | b. Ocolo ktock on* Stnsplus. W. MKllon. leg Sumnig' fir*. Phono FR 5.311. p>rmo nw.11 0 eel.adroom.Four CUSTOM BUILT for 50,47.1 living
bath
Wotorfronl Property ,londtcopod Shown by p4M eumptleuily cerpotedTwo 14) homo in t h 111 I g ,
-
Overan
SCHOOLS. INC. PS lop 1011110 -I NORTHWESTTRAILER ippl.NIW IIVI"I 15100. S.Oir/N Pamlly SACRIFICeI Nerthwnl kMtM 1)1001.' with no maintenance
Dopt. "t IK McKim Hog CON SALES EXCEPTIONAL VALUE, torgoloping ream. mew 11,515051 two 1.110. Tormi. N. W U>d Ct AC RI .et nolural, boeury
Khel Control heal built
111) "O1 It. NW.Wtlhlngton LISTING .,.... lloithkitchen I osM/od ..., Now
Furniture
372-41 m wold Rood N I. loko Gorwv lot Act10a4Ills cor band low. "'... .....,..... In kitchen, tlrl"t and menytroo.
/ DC. GAINUVILLII AI Palm tolls 1HCOT on ..... rood, e'''''' onfrwdy N. W. I ... I both CI ltd brick ceblnolt' marble till'., CMtsmpstay M 514 51011.1r1a two ball MIIY 00100. ."..... .. .
N.ms (or bulldint' F,I.. tWOCTirmo Moan Mast,' CMI h' 10..11 centrolly/. kootod and Hr. conditioned .
dining Plrapler" .IMTormi. .
AddrMI I UPHOLSTERY SPECIAL Phono 171 7II.IUMMIR tuny woodod ... Immidiiti' oc- tor your year 'round com* Far oumetueut country Nvbwjiri.i.ioi roam Ill
ctyI', Ii I 100151 I k St.Pre. IM ll lir Lot lor mobile homo cuponcyINVIIT Sort. locoled In ira block M Call M... (aol/0 NaySs N W Mil Cl, DO IT YOURSELF

''' Apph. mmaw-.new w adISSIVOry HMO I MISS I. oil PetrOl HOMI N W. .t1 Avonu. .,>.|>1IMrKlnny NaOM m4 low .11II u055r RUNDOWN Old I. na.d of r..11
l4
.,. ",.,," For oppolntmont call At mouth ot twwonnoo RlvorLlrgo 1630 N. W lad .... CtnitrucIMn Ctmpony Gladys Smith Realtor .
I I I M, CCI .-",.... 51.011t150' 011.0 b40loan. two woe Wlll 1 Nil I'' 055 504 10'e"
PI 3051. ty turnlohrd. I.... llroploco' Accoll 511 N. W. 1311 A.. .nse ISIS W. Umvamty Avenue OHM. Ill.N* N W. SIrd Ct.leaulltul :. II up. L.155 : r1

to lilt 4 trio wour timing IN NIWIIRRY I IR.'TCI Home; 1500551,505 ( MallY4
Acts L.'.. N. W. MrdCl. 1lr.ALACHUA.
tlfthormon i porndlw VymonTounoil In Win I .br, I bull Nome boar tor 110 by owner 14 lot coin to
,. Fhono Fl III'I llvl oW ,... "Ift HH S r.atal, 14 Ml on tams of tin down w .

_Oil Fi* mil Incomo *l IMM' month, AT LAS IBy ... monthly JHII4IMM ptiARt OP nnwi wonnQuality REALTY
OEe II am If 01. ,....,. mom woe hoi roducod ",.. lorgukk CCI NOM1II:Tiii'ii' nT,0w.N ond unlty. .en icl> AllMlltlfUl "

10.101 01001 550.5. AlSO S 5Yr. law MI. VW lam. .lV lent vain N. I. HI .,.. D4H4Arlo
510011 10e1015 OlIN doll a4. 4050 III.... ..... f. 0 lltlOUIR T. Smith' RioltorMohol
:.j 110/1 fUm. 111015 b.IrlS, 011 MARY NW Itil Or. off Stlk WoO P54505 ..... A ,IOIO
This Week'sAPPLIANCES 1405 110111 P5. lt.U1tS Lwll
_try CO.WINIFRED. MOELLER ( Demand ) .

H. CRAWFORD ,
Rig it ok or, tporoiiilngl M
Hugh Idwordi InC nil rtturnodWITN
REALTOR
1 1 "01.Kt I FROPIRTIIIAC mllM NO. Ot MolrCedar N Nsrth5N1 Oll5Nyllm. I

I 01 51551. llll W. UnlMnlty Avo.FR .
....71 ,
Key Shores Munbpr Multiple, LiltingAlHClOtOI o All bricktomb

fine homdiitol from $2250 e Rat plaster walls
I. W MoMIr' Foitor KMlorChorllo
non-wotortrent from $1)10 I Mly thoron OionlHolon e Tirraiti floors

CEDAR KEY )841 er383l lolyoil e Formica cobingts
e Sodded lawns

Marina Locations JWK e Air condition: ng
p NAVE
INVEST facililidi nttdtd hdrg

Motel Locations 372-8404 $16,350 $18,075 Full

EASY TO luV sod ..._ I* ..... i and 4 Bedroom Models
INVEST accommodations/
IIHIOWOH' ...., mroo bodroomo
"..d.d two bolhi. pirouol tloori lorgo
living room, Atoumo 1. 4.t
DAVID ANDREWS- ..' .... -..- lilt ....u.. THIS WIIK'S IS OH

REAL ESTATE I *THINK_50.150.' ...Hilt mrlg yell...Witt,M Ins Ho.Will'ibloWf $$100 l O cash VA I SPOTLIGHT


I mree bedroom tw* baih ham HUMPTY DUMPTY
IS H..... tor Sol I In me Inlay, lection. Hordwoodolrlp PROM
i "_... moiinrY canitrua 101 NW I Ilk S*,
IUNNVtlOOK 'STATU lion Ocupency _'. Think WMId gnytlmg/ to g tW Urn* Ig ol.N Ih*

I IR. S balho ... atarogo tr**. flying end term* N> lult youIFF1AtlNO Humply Damply **rtllulor ** li* ikauld' k* lkonIk .>
.......11_ el .. built.M o p.pi roildanc In auburn.an $$150 l cash fHAI. flor
ipoiloll ** .a Thuridy andl FrUd* Rlfkit.TKa .
1 '...lo, will N. wall ..attt.51alolod ,. I NW 51051,010401.1 III 1511.
PSI.. rom. $00 ot 101 NW Molly aitrKllv faeturool threebadraomi. tarmir. Ig Stdk Night .ad'
Jt'h 0,7 M COO 0"". two bath*, ll...y 'm., *nty Uro* Dolmo pith, centrM heel end only/ rY palata. Iio4 lli. .sd boo rMt far f7
aci1 |l7MMOVIR .,..... 01 ...... ISO. story *nly Pram
.
FREDARNOLD AN CI( In Klrkwl .'. lay H ,..... } P M. Frld.y H ae OM-foinLnid4 Posh Fry *o*.

G,..""", meunry homo ran.trol luring, (*r 17.. ill Ih* rook. C1*' K.T mull*!, kuikpuppioi
hMt, two .."'.. thro bedroamt w. .15 5155 IIIlIdl.. M l0551/N1 sld ..l. slew yes so. oat.
PLUS enerher bedroomond 515 III WNMOMlIld,
klin Mr *_i|. 5 role.rlvd Card and d'lning Ism iirvlc ft 15.ri.Sy .(
or far 0 .....,. Lap 11 h.m..d1.d11ds) ) I I..o.i1.II. gyory *<** .( thg
rrienod porch Itroplaca. t**. HUGHEDWARDS w..k. 1019 AM. II Mld-nlfki.
laasir .71004 loll 511.05Sr
REALTORYOUR .-,.-,. *>

W.soh ff N.o1 Wook'i SPOEIIIGNT
I J. W. ,


i1 I ...._. t CHOICE both Four *l KIRKPATRICKMCKINNEY INC.

Cham from end ,I two PHA M Valu IIIU' UJnja.SUOOt SIN. REALTOI 1927 NW 39th Dr. BILLIARD DINING' .
-. 31 N. Man II 01.51 PS I5150ASOOCIATISI DININO-DANCINtJ .
378-7971 CUt niCK BILLIARDS
Phya. Mi/Olsoos .- 111001Cop. Fun lor IM only rwig mo. Humpty Dumpty COCKTAILS
NEW A. W 1_.. USN. p0
4 ladroomi I ....... knoly woodad Lows, Klltllllt 1M 0,11551, -- JUT.Mung woman M*. 10:JO AM. tn11 M. UNIVtR: ry 11'11\4

4LINES .... Cmtrai hoot. No city, THRU ....,_ fomfly roam.Ixiicd Onto HAM ring yivr. doioi WI.. -NW5N- M Ctan1M 5l M awls, SmrgaRoord
ta.... PI.X with ...*'I.I Sf0m5. t an larpa carrwr M l. N Mom in sirenDININO it M.H 1.0115kb1. t,11.4 0110100Mrb01M Cailltoll Maw 15 g f. I
wool nalghoarHaao canvonW M TapPLIAIAN7 drnoo hv lilt prkl M I. Oon*>
GREEN to KIMa* and J:1- FHAIManona A0M0IPNIOISCHOONER .... in I A M. M ****y .",......
r.- UNDER S20.000 TM 514', ROOM Combo 4 R,third Parlors Snot

I Ir4romt. I It"'.. 105N feel DEATON pn n )H>al. --- trio l**| | 4. tam M. PI .......
.... Fenced back yard. S. wkronen RIALTORS ITALY IN AiNlIILLiI 11.1.1 5. 'AM.1m .
10 1 1 Canlral haal with awn. ON LAKE Dm* by dandM,*M 'w fo doiigMMANARCS w. W116 Awl HAPPY HOUR I" t PM,
0y oN155wa aol 1,0010110 51. ACCEN r ON VALUE NI a/m51.1w.5 N NNyt -- I CarkWU for lilt prlc fII I.US .
This Special lie Party 10...1 paid ler. CallS RlltAURANTHMclilit A PRIZE STEAK' ,
good I/051aS ti.aki at
on >H MsM,41Ipelsls.
DAYS Ma toy for __. Here ylur lo ss/ds.It* haul It las met l.la w la.1Io.ourlright I liaulUul 4 __. M boi* can.N I* L....... pinl Our I* at KrtaM. Hr *J PM I Din ..... dnc. M

by imiiwud .._. IIhM nporry horn *vr -... IM lad amor dollcWM Itollan Food I 'DUTCH'TREATICOt ardlal *rm4rr*.
FOUR BEDROOMS | 6 5. I bemi. p'" ream.. LAO Miatad km ..._ ..a ll>4 "_ Id Ml tMl I THE ORLEANS
$2.00 I OaMialvHia A ..'.. .lg c_ .
IMWH at
THREE oro.LARRY'S
BATHS city
above Item and Si open Ia.I-S 15p1040'NM.1101 a__ W u.... .yaCPIN U4 NW lull tl. >/4.iOfNFRAL "
No placa, huoa ttrf 0 porch ttn.kal
al
5110151155550, 0111001001 Mans 015.600 ell It POW THf CLOC .
r iRe Irani, conim hm and air can. 01\0 tlla Old Oslorl lass hMling. *caadlltoMng AHOUNO (jtINI$
."...... L.... wiorlid lot NanIa010.10y .Ills 0.55 all s.1y I Y ond dual car part a/o basH a HOMI COOKIN4 FLAVOR STEAK ROOM
elr low of mo many *.,.* IMlu'M Chklan. tao Fold I'aailtarvwg
05501 10 54N. theuld' MveilMaie y e If \M Wool Unwomty Ayonu
non commercial d r1'p ....... ....,_ _tot ... buyClllFR SM>;. In mo sa.t105.1 ham I k I f SPIN 14 HOURS A DAY Csm.'a'.151ws 5555 N .1015 Fonwrlng. u S. Pro* and (..*...
5110 5550. ....,Ity nom ...,. a RIAL Slit al lOt RlDUCIO Iroril f AW to I PW Polls. proporad k> y*$r LON
PRKI OP IIMH.SM HOT inAsr IANOVHCHI"I, TOWN HOUtl **IT4URANfM4JI M 000 05a SWIM, Ion,
and doubl ..'... ,. N* city ,*.... McMEtKINLAKE lIla
SUM IN.. enan .',101 M connM .. I JIlt It Hnl Iw751 ... FR 4"aAAMUJIMIMTS
If yw or* wentM* year raund
vgrtisirs only. Each wash I ID name Muated M but.lul lake NSW 0 1..01 55 lION lilt 0.00 "L"'I ACsWP001BCRR
For _.... _....,.* R*rlgaol -. 0th..l0. .7OSa/y ..NIWMq 1111105.. .p4 r4015/d 50_SIIN' N *. SANDWICH' SHOP 1 AA1500155150
." ONLY 1M 0550
0.105. SNtay or 50/1114 00 .._
0> 15-11t sad Nary weuHk M fO,.ly. fit STAND
010M 10510.15 ........ 5 IIIA.o514 15.55-SS bom -. 5155105. 551/.. i ru..l....
". .... flMMM1ll| H
I $ A Ca50NN .. row PNNIIICO 15455. 050010'
niw Want ed iptcitl I.... ...."'.. ry camtructl wall *.*. .* I DOWN AMratllv* 1 bad IOWLIN9AOVIPTIII flJ/A-Hav, *-..I>la4- l.akilar7fOMaraMI oao M lay* and ...!*
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m. Pool reel living en* .IIV'SOOI Maw I A ... NIA M 11* in A.om A COCKTAIL *
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Phone 37SH11.II 7ii t.-i Ti PLACI01o Nasa lawn Jwot oullidl IkeCity 414 NVD. IW 5'. PR 4W1*.
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ClooB out the Clout fr Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra CLASSIFIED caih Person to person ADS adi are for nor. commercial users lolling mercnondiieprltedLJNES I

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IS H..... far IsIs IS H...." far Sal.Mwn IS H...... far Sal 42 ,...... V Acr.|.. 41-1 COLOIID KINTALS 45 fvinlikaol. Apt*. 41 Hma ISO Sue far*.
I 40 lutlnoia ,..,."1..
5tJ'UpIECT PROM SUILDIR. ,rT3.wnfuT F7iCkorloIn4TTtundor : .V OWNS! 3 II. 1 III'.. ", ... OP P0 XdACR1Tirld.al :r.l lI COLORED uilnu "vudsoIt 1p44. .11 dl> 4IR. I llllhO. c.mplalol' no.po.U01.4. 1131 NW ......
THE TIMEIS pried I roducod, no commlwlon. aIN contraction In wfmborlyliiotot .11....... _... I 11f.I..II.. I l.lildlnq .11. tOss. Ien' mearImsoll. '"11I''lobs' i.td 1101 IW Ith Avo.Wolk I .*. t bom mooonry koala
I bothi, kitchon oqulppod, Add your d.ceIIal'slcIt NIIII2I1..? SItS. P11115 ZONED BA.) P. $101001. 37200. Call LasultirSealty din,", ..... (r.dSil *1011150 slOb la CI... lou I to Purl ar _.... Pet ITMonfrom
PeA or VA. 11OJ Nl loOt Tor. fa Ills homo by chooima 17H47I 111 toot fronting on N. W. IJthItroit : I"". ",. ton .orao llarooo cknott tarraM dolly or call ..... d:NM or f to I.
Hugh idwordi Inc 174-ftn. your color ochomi now. Call .. Ill Nut doop. Locitod 11'II.. bomi, laoS KMIor > 4.1503.INllviolI.
NOW. ONI mllo norm Unlvoralty 513, ... 2 8R HOUSE call gtor 6
Lloyd Myrlck, butljor 371.100 Apprpxlmololy 14 ocroi .ulllu
55.111Ills
4 RR, I balk, I car c.,,.,', CM, oo. L.... Plarlda room with In ISO. Mock. Pull dotolli by collmg ly woodod running" ond hot waiSt hoitor room ktlchon, ""h.lID '.M. No pall Phona FR
1104 NW :MID' Tor I6SO down 10quollliod COLONIAL built-in' bookinolvoi and coMnoto.Unuouol pmArty' .:: cIty I 'm";;: for llroon.washIng tfO mocltlnoo ol Nl HthTor ondpovod ...... .10110' on" 431 IW 5403l. 64230.
boyS wilts PItA financing ctooof opoca .In comfort.oWo ... 157 Don mon',
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University Realty doC on north by SIN Avokmlon or coll for .. |>
HI 1.17 tolirr Now" 14 t otory 4 bodroom, I both I bodroom homo. PlroplocoLorfo ...
Do You Hove por ma. poydoling on Mulh by Old Itolo ... ". .." IMALL HOUII for raoponilblallnglo
.. ... .. till N. Moln, It. Ph. 1714111 UnrurnUhoo A....
c.
coil. Clll :KM4II for 11.505 In N. W. .11. ohodod M ooroto utility Rood No. 14. City w.,.? Sod 4< "' _. poroon or conplo -
.",,1. hoot ... air conditioning, built- building. 1104 NW 14 Avopnono Mwogo ..".bl.. Unuiuolly flood I Rotlrad _",... Na .....
A Room.Apartment, in kllchon. Rldgowov' Conitructlon PR ..'ASe. GOOD BUY l.ntoo, c.11 5r ....",. 45 furnllhaaApn.. II in wllh Hooping porch. kitchonoqulppod _:1744511. 730 NI IBth tvo.

Co., 1744041 or 17M4I4. 1311' 0 135' .. Ionod III.P w.... TOM U. 5515545 11I1111. 'duoioiiTilgntTamt'woior"' ,;;; ;: Immodlolo aecuponcy40S
or PARRISH BIASED OWNER 17 lool I..... ....."....! d.cruI 000710150010 lor I nice PP. Q.1M1M nlihod Sal por! ..... Couploo' only If Ind PI. >4I ..? *- 41 H...... far Rant Unfuraj.OO. .

Mall tAil M boot ..1.. hi NW rooming, ) houw good "knot- ACRII .1 "50.00 .... ocro pod m chlldron ar pom Call Ito tHit. I"-nt' 1 .... tor M.. ICI. ir
I M. I both Wi.......'. diningrm 1 NICILY lurnllhod a CT'blockIrelA mont lor bwlnON, .......rIy-m anomor, trIOS 01 Tt tern ..? alto '.31 PM 1"7. P.IHTI
House to Rent? PRESENTS CrAnIal hoot, ,-cond. mlmony Pacific booch kl Ocoonoldo' Univ. Avo. II Int_.... coil I totol ol MM 00. lock ot thno I 1(050014 ............... Kllawlppod. I I IN. t boiht cantal haillnoj
... tR lit NW md 005. US Atonlh.Coll
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..". Mki dlthwoihir. C.II' for .*.. Mi1ti cwmIdIrp.1,01150. Norwood HUM 174.JMI.: Snouts to locolod on ptvod high ...... Apt SOS par sod air _If......... TNIl Moos
LACK ACP.II I vnndorl.lly .Ic, looulllul woodod, I""' ...... Hiraing..!t.1.\., 107 N. win. ._.1....... .. miias' .3117.McKlnnoy-Oroon. 554110.IN In.,.. Av.II.". tmmodlotoly. PhonoPR I k ready Mr .........,... occupancy .
REMEMBER- bolIltradilIwoul homo, I bodroom M, ChlldrM CM wIll I. KlWOlAiklng 42 ,.,.... 0 A.,...* North ot Alochuo led 001 olin 11404, II N. moln' It lion' ml. homo ki NWHciilon
0 ., I balls, fomlly room. wilt lit.501 llnlblo financing from I.71. Anothor 4 IOnS portcol I BR newly poinlod' Ml "'. ..... for 114. por mo Lass
A old brick ilropioco, otponio dinIngroom inn NW Mm D,. ii.IPO?. II Raal Ie,... W..,..) 404 AdS RANCH ."M> A. only" I mllM ootithwwt ol So ot II IW Iri Aol, or DUPLEX KITCHIN IOUIPPIO .v.II..... If doilrod Act haw -
rental vacancy .. wolklng dl tonco to Lit I 40 ACRCI 1400 A. II.. Unlvonlty 1. W III""' Phono PR .....,. I IR Phone 171-1511. Arnold. Kiotty Colilt .
th II.
liowood ond Wottwood Khool DOWN W. plaid Ilillngo .. I ilory :N .ACRE 1300 ... rick Agency, II N. Moln, FR 3. 741..Nl W. Unlv Ava
$400 ill ACKII TWO IR... tu'.,...... contrilhoot 141 .. PR 11444PLIASANTLV
YOU
COSTS MORE horroo W. bios cIlHitl wolllnd, sits A.
Vory oHrocllvl I BR. 1 buttSItloni OLAD'i IMITM RfAkTORIMI 4 ",-._IIIon'OO. t "allonloNov LOCATED 4 ml. out HOP.OOM unrumittttd h.uio
LANG PAMILV, Iud fho homo. MARY MOELLER REALTOR
In one nolghb a r h o .4. : W Unlv AoL 320 ACRES 111 to Jonuory 111. Cllllooo Rd i IR opt w- Vi nr mo In NW _,., Con
I bitni. I 11 on Kincold
the 4 bodronmi a m yploco' loll W. Unlv. Avo PR 444)1prlco .
than ad that 37"4711I.N'WLV
cnlld'..' pl.y'. floe' Lorgo lot 101 > 11 Monmlypitymontt J7'l5:11J: 10 mllo Itlofocay lro.otiul. 12uac's llv. ......Inl.. rm,.kitchon comb "r. 4-144. M,.. ioVllloLargo ,
In llvlngroom, Mi'ulllullylondocopod only 175.00* 11I._ and W"HT'D TO .UV lION OWNINdlI.lbaIloMso.IeNW ........... Nov40. and DICONATID "PT" Col.. POlIO '1''." lor OllId100. $75 in.371.DAIU. two bId_ untvmli hod
will rent it!1H.r. rot. Included. aruaWril. 257.ACRES .. lludonri and C4UOM without In.CHI .
yord clone faMKfMl paMftUt aid MUM n IM par monlh Clooo
Sou 621.. .... ,.. CAl Nowborry
Clun.. chlldron "
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ACRE LOT twcct *..) Soneol.Oluato P.otlty. JH.4MI
A umvonlty
MISIAAIIItO .
/2 doKMpllon" locatIon.WANT Locitod NW of Cilnonlllo Flont' I > m.ml 471-U71 TWO SI Duplel. IIOC. blIcIllo
NUll CNIVIRIITY. I bodroom, od 01... on 131 ..,. M loll .t Mtry 51 M tMf airs i iANOLI 51111 or .u" 11101. .... 1100", old sod
.'. what i bull brick, homo. Llrgo IIvl... Irond now I M, 1 both Cl TO lIlY 'I. NW 1sf. ooirIf bonk with oiwuol poymonti .1 II, Call' I EFFICIENCY APTS. eI..... Is ...,.. 3744145 or 17. 2 BEDROOM homa $60 per
yourvacancy with "..,IK.. ....,,,. homo lltultod on tItle ,lorgo wood lit .. RIAL ISTAT I Call 376.7466.
room ONlY OitIvlOliIvl" of U II PCampg 174 for I moro yMn. oc. IM MOMlconepy MIL lot.1Td..00elSOdlu.,....,..., mo
dining room. md nka fomllyroom I .4 and 'londKopod lot on NW loll In wood Frorry homoilto. FrM.od C. ... ....... >roior ........... 4U 5441MOIILI _
COSTS .piui a aotochod otudy lust I right for working' owoy from I..... tomlly room, OIKhilchon I. I .r 4 .11I CI I. PrIms. polo.II COII p1 1 loll Nv OTO 31 3'4.0177 HOWI I ... IM, In rr.* 47 tI..... IM .... Furs.F103l00a. N.w. ....,.... 111! pormonlh.
fomlly activity Lorgi wMdod lId much m.... ||,OM I b.'h. I ear 5. 130.pn0 bi'o' homa et. Avail Nov I J74JU4.MM .
YOU EVERY DAY I"" 507 NW 3101 AVO. N. -
will movo you In lot toddy University Realty I Itudonti pro*. 374 1201 town ,
lot Con.1 Has A aIr 4J C.3.is.d POl .017 P M.HOME. HoOSI 0110. coM PS 4.113l, NWIIIIIII. I IR .homo. 'In
A M to II p.10.
OUTSIDE CITY 411141115' ills N. Moln It Fit. 17H351 Wool Pork. MSI down and inpor
until it is rented: sew LIITINO_ Almost' now" I hod.reAmI W. N.MuwrSI. NIIw? LOT' "'". or will Not fir PM porma.
I "both contrllly hoolodond No City toMl on Mill chorrnlng I. I... ansi e.od.d 101 "" :n hdsrmboo SI SoMo', ouvir.7041r20. Phono PR MM.I .
olr largo 100 S 700 lot In Wlmnor.ly :KID Avo |u.l outildo' City Urn.Ill ,.... 1M ..... with I br I b. "" HUNTING homoi N. e.. I br, I born
IF RENT YOUR LOSSIS Hugo L. wllh ttono tiroploco ttomo I Slop Invostmont ash "... 'H..N.W.I.'
I .. .".. lull! In kitchon unlit' PNUSIOIi1N III gr btIort ..,... 1 5004 IN
Conl hoot Mo t proctl- Id to .II. L. u. 1115 eli.bill. Modorn I 55, t both, MARY MOEUER REALTOR
Has .
CCI I PalS.pan.
: PER DAY IS. MASON MANOR. Noll 4.bodroom, col II... plan. For oppt M too 4. Iollor Is pay III... 5.0. e- proporty locotod. lea City .. Las ou.o lIdroaw.pavln..o1 505 LISduNd ECONOMY lioort ncoliom condition, onlor: loop W. Unlv A.... PP. 04471POP.OYCI
I both. homi wllh control, hootRANCHITTI coIl172043S1.UNIVERSITY. "'''''on. lImIts ol OilmiviiliII N .. tAle I.?. to lot. attractivo noignborhood, I3If
2120 H' SIlo SI I 55 H_. I'"
and air COlldlllonlno. L...
.40 pir ..... II n por diy I lrg, lone" rear yard "K" 1do.1 WRIT SOW 414* C-o AUniovlllo Acroi with I br llvibio homo I 0Cew...11014.1540n 11 30th lOa. II.none Only 171 Him.J4M.loiullful ISM gown. ....... iwocad ysrd IIU .... SI4,0S.

III.var.. la, Chlld'on. Convon.Ion' SUN giving oil ....11. poulMo Including North ol town. paIN rd wood ______lrI. 1744113 lessu.CIII
od rolling 'lindII 37.....,.
ISO p.r ma sue persue diy to KnIOI. lociilon aoocrlpilon, prod MaMas POW &.o 5 ol Homoo modol.colonlil .
_4 flnonclng If any. I 3 .. LUXURY 4 I*. I both, ponol- 0 U. t baSIl M.iui III NW ...llu.paold .
REALTY Aeroo with I br homo, $5 bit 1 I ityllng
p.r ..... 11.11.; ..., homilllM, .... AoproNlmotcly on good .
doy .... ..
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ooch Locotod Ernest Tew ReoIiEXCHANGORS rd. Wool of town-II Aern Wo II ocroi > ...,... ..!tI. lor 1001 for SulsOdldiccotaooy.
sepEirL. $Snp.rdysil on Nowborry Hold Jut nil N. MOM it town ploW rd. MOO. 41Acroi P.amewwa IN mony Now .
two dean I yoort on bolinci. Ph 371-4131 with MoaN W.. town, ",,, 10115 0.00 ew 5wd 00 for H4.7M. Fhono 1711471. .071.lPN.
.por ",,. sub .nr doy W. M. "'un.... RllltorAuocioin roducod prlco I Ae,.. ntir WIth' OS 400 ..._ PS.PS lev.... I I J hr huooan.'uofuoo.,
M.M.PARRISH now V. A. Moipltol 1.1101.EARLY. ANd "SI bulsull' 0N 110. bast Nsw "AI IN SItS 00
171 ...?. mo ala...., doy I. I. Mcliugnlm.' Prink Roby.Hoy MARY MOELLER REALTOR IN BETWEEN 110,110 vaiuu. ion Oain.0llll-l.' halo. 4 AltOCIATIt. INC.
McConn, T. C Dovgloi, Jr Solnoivlllo'i loll W. U.,.. A... FR 4-4471 I IlIAd Court Monor Throo led 4 tRmadoll PfALTOP.M
171 par. ma. ",H..IV. lint ogoncy ouillllotto. AMERICAN tram II].401 10 III.10* 14 do- W. Unlv :H4.IJT4
ckangi aroporty loi 110 oc,... lanuid, I wIlls. dlaor.poalnol .
FORDYCEFEATURES you Cull 174-4441, anyllmo. Aowclltoti p.01431. low Ii..io 11117 FIREPLACE HONE igni" ||VM town'g biggnl, MlKtlonl 'O. 555? O. OALI. I IC. pig.ron. .
Mil .psr m.. H 44 ...' div Woyno D Mown, Rllph" sIll an ocro.POROYCI Ail brick, sole'S ,... .. lltIog.dlvies ....... liLa Iball.
A1SOCIATI1, Inc. 'II.l .wr 4 Leo Jnclunn 4 AISOCIATII INC. ho."", II....... NO.1.5Pamily '.. Informolion .r gppamfinont M Sod ,h.". Kirk- 11I.11II CC', ,lobs p51,5.p50. .
Mi .por .... nil .pin diy H. Wlyno Hill H.lon Oroliom RIALTORf4 '' 100gm IluU''I' Situ' patrIck and ."""*. J7J-1471 ar ,hit gal.i .lfi... ... Ploaolu 400111.
Carolyn Fooloy miry Forum 19 Out .f Town Praportrilia W. Unlv :174.H34 CIliA. wlln broustoil bo, TWO .
5OOprm. 55np.rd.y. HI 2rtJ II.... ..ng1 Ilk T....... bodraom clou ta achoal and
tIN. .. PInt' .traI .
I ar II ACRII Attrocllvo Homo 1.'oh1Y lI040c.p.d Iiulr1.Itiatilli SIll Hop, _". only

". por nth Mil, "por diy 7.1. Na. 37.ms OPEN HOUSE 10 son.'UWAMNIiI. on Ouoanee COUNTY 1000 Onu1Oct11 ulhlfpaoadread.Dry mo Vi mllo Wool ol city plno limits, CII., .;: :z COOlOOSN I '- Phone FR 6.5724UNIUNN.

i ..II. rIol 1 ? trolnI on. bOil woodi. II.lot m ads with lore W. 0.1015 I 11II tr.... Pausa. 1M
II SO .Mr .... U11 "por diy LASSITERREALTY 'I' iKollont lor lomlly living. t br on pivod raid Not oitoctod Coll Olck Roblnoon, RALPH ...II.blO. I Calnoavilla'l p.woit ana1 mail NW tIIIt ..... Aviibl. Doc. 5th.Oil .
I both WIll 4th.berI...., top by Hlido or Dora looutltui ..k.. POSSIV Suite. 11 W. UnlvAvo luiurlaul apart mini building ., ..' ..... .._ 312-m1 A 5,1So
OR C N ond .c.
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< niyflroploco mm UOOg down baiinco II 174llfAOVIRTIII. MrL fills or Ills? "It P14.
worm wood ponollng. yoin, "' ''''7
CALL 378.1411 Mot H ".. lan$. lond....... tol. DIX!. COUNTY ..m '10' LAKESHORE
Como by from II PM. tundoy. Iuw...... Pla' partIally III"" .... $ 41 ...,. Far I....
TO PLACE YOUR TRADITIONAL' RANCH STYLI Nov. V ot IWO NW. 14th Avl od eoltogo near '1_. MOO II IN TIll ,
homo I .... old In dooirooioLlltlowood Soar doyi by ippointmontPRIITIOI, ..' cant dawn ....... irrongod. I TOWERS PN'IVXtUINTluc'. lolh' ....

ama mIdaS toyorgivoo ORIlVl IIRVICI OIRtCTORY "......., aId ..'k.... Onlnoian
Locillon 4 br I'* both Ovor I,mW TOM U. MALTORMorlhl I II I
on room 171-707 ..._. .....
on >
SUN RENTAL or groduito
5, :Prmal.I..LI"l\ 5 Id. It. loituroi .*,..... tworcloioli H. GrINS "'_101" NOW LEASING lont hoot. Attar S PM" hId Nl7th
...... I bolhi Won ippolnttd. ..1.... king llird bodrooml. Phono PR "110. It. '
WANT ADS Nlco lot I AIrS. of big ",..Ull. hugo Pbrldo room. led 0droom
hiS ,..... Kit Includes/ built In k". tn. C.H led A.c. Call QuilT rgaon IV real. hltollaoslli,
lino. SOlO dlihwiihor cHipoulControl ...dyco """!I. McCOY'S I GAINESVILLE'SYEARS goo hoot, and Hnom himliitodond
lad It olrcondltlonlng DON T RINT "1.... '"'._ Won onnr,
H. You'II Ilko III' Coll 171-1)11 fir WIno you con own Ilis MIne 10. AHEAD COMMUNITY _111_5. woikHr. PIous" 17MI45
IJ .,.. for BY
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br, In .
I 1P''IVHJI THAN 115000Klllonlnu only III SM I built kltchfnAC MACOMAHOMES LAUD ROOM ,
.
I IK WItn llf oncolMnl llorogo, Sod kiloro w/rofrigoritor. arivota --..
condltlonuif lendKoood -. MOOSPtI Spilt LuI I wIll 30' II, tlng floor "Mn 174.0. tic month BUTLER BROTHERS I bIll and Seal. 4
ind Othor
Ipoclll til ;: I ....,
In room 4'Inl, .nl.dtcn hit down poymont Coll FendyclFORDYCE INC. 411.2311 J
Iu,... Only I ..., eont down InC 1N.IM4 11..1111
tutnll I polio. CeytralVIal
minimum' com Coll 1744147 toHO It ;= IHOOO. I SOON In "lvll' PIlots fir 0110101Olule
I, 1111 NorttiMil nil Tlrr .. THE 'JEFFERSON" sludgel or ..._ min."Iv. .
co. CONTIMFORARy I IR I SaW ... "',_a. OtIlloasa pits.i' .
homo Ilk. now pius Olloblllhodyord S AIICIATS INC.GnltI PALM VIEW ESTATES _"" Clii I16oPlO

GLADYS IWO io), H. plus big dou.bio ,..dye.. 513110 Clurmlngly, colonlol' ..,.Id., NICI OUIIT lIONS for moturo
llrogo FlrtplKO ID lomllyroam I SlAt IST..n COHSULTANT' mil homo to HUM win conporiry otuaant ar builnou, ooroon.
Con. hoot 4 A-C FmclO Dice 1mb. PItICII 11t10510 .onl._ IS gnucloill con,..... 376.6044PU5Nl5VjD'jj"7'
SMITH SiGHT AND SPIN TO OFFIRtunaor San. .C.Oouldon 0.y Sully H..oy' 00100.11'on'onO. II.'... Nolka W* w.ll I $16,000 PLOW ,

Ill P.III MONTH will .oro Oat '16 W, U.I. 37. 1:131: ipplIltId I klle_work. ana With loom CtvI., m .W tot Ao..
laundry and
372-5393 Ply pninipai', In' tsoo5 I lot.Sn pontryllorogo FHA DOWN PAYMENT .syilnli 1.1.0, 1,143,015 ..
IV SONIC I IP., I both homo bi hindy II Ills Mrvld on
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t"'t.I... Ooed arms | I*. CCI H.... locllllloi and pIca'g uporoto two lull droning IllHbothi $100 Cloi.ng Cost a Acroi .1 Picnia Croundt Conftal Hd.l IThiosyo00 IrlIl.r. Is .515 dod

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Will flnmci.LUXURIOUIW.il. oftlr. aVer I ind all day ._ 4 rormol living room wIll ALL CITY SERVICES Sraraia Lackan C Oarbog. Dray ChuM 51 MlN. R*"'Mlt
.n', o Mpor.to dining' room pIll o >
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I..lIy r.OAt will S IlneOlulland
boautllul chorry ponollng.Tho ) ) llavojtain tAlLER SPAU'
Will to myrllg, I Millur, RoolhirWm. "3" oh.pa ol Mo ...... FERN WOOD MANOR Poe liNT
canlating.Cut.I
.,.... I. mill Hirrli with III otlochod two cir gorogi I PHONE 376.44561 Da MONTH
Ooublo AuacKlo New HomesIn and roir pillS will Nawborry T..".. fork.llA .
gorigolop. ..__._.
300I.l.I.lt. ,
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IU400. tool I 4401 NW 17th "I.I !. I (74 Hour Sarvlia) W.maa1 To lant2BRUNFUKN

1031 N W nm Avgnui.lorvlco NEW SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL
I I 5 DAILY T91MMCOlATl' OCCOW011TY'
$400 DOWN FHA
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Kovoinioll homoiGLADYS MODELS NOTHING DOWN VA ._. CALL 17 4471ISWfSKSl"
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tin r km.,. ISIS 0km New 0 I bid........ I biiho iludv $100 Cloiinj Cost Butler Bros. BUILDERS Poe I ,
tiaicIg I ItohMsftaI ,. ISth Ave. 'amilY ..01st. litIti .... '1..
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am poruot
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5.nvlc., CMinlH ind conlompororylyMi 43M NW 17th PI.LANNINU .
Snub orM bio*. WALK TO SCHOOLS
I bodraomi, I Patti.PamIly "' TO IUILO" SERVICESHome
SMITH ......

Realtor All 01.,'ily convonlKKM ind wryIt .. WALTER STUBBSInc. Lit ui alto you an tI'l. I 4 IR, Brick Front Colonloli.' Now I

1M w. Unlvonlty, Fhon 17113(1 ooutllully _.....,. _'Ion contracting your firtl.hln"1
Price $15,825 $625
Compiitoiy MW dooigni fir StOW CUStOM ham.. L ,
ooMoivlilo aroa.North Call Garald or V. 0 McCoy And Business
New Brick Hornet on N'. 1Kb lImit la Phone J78-5J94
FR 6-7290
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runlTlllphon.. Nile FR 6-501J :
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Left on nth St. or 39th Terroce.
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oqulpmtnt. con neat, VA Asdown gIll P011003711N. I,. room mara roam root wart
poymonl PeA trom I'Mooonm ar moyba a ......- now homot
clMing' tout. Par a bOa aitimita, guva
j DAILY 172."" NIGHT m-9041 Broker I 4d work. mono Carl C
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HAUlS BAIly 301 5. oS hlgns.t. lures II '
CHI 171.IMI W 174-7TI4. It veal, Roofing

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BEFORE YOU BUY -387JPMO Camronor
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AT IS SAVE I Highland Court Manor pours Will MaCI, fI... or ou I P51.7201

P. D OLIVER mos0.lusMm.wteool Tha ftlliwlnt' InN now imdorconilructlor 50ieatIo J.. OISIIPOS5ICO,, COIl _' .__. ,

6MIKINSIMIvlduol Th. p.w.n i in. I \'a ) ltd will oo roody tt_,", 11..'" ... PIt. PS 0440
Uyloi For You kalh, aak (loon, ..arpart.cinlrol Tha following in roody for

0) Well humId living ..... dial, full kiloS a* ccuporwyIliO fir accupincy ooenl I : See Gainesville's Largest .IAI.. A.NOtO lOS u=::.. ;:. 5oroI5w5 Cal Oslo il,

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NW. 14th PI $14,000. 4 .... H. b4tM noon liDO N.W. lIt PI. Selection of Quality lOANS 00 T".

O proud A community M llvi 'III you would bo $'00 *.w.. $S'.4* par lit por ... ar I7WO dn sod 1 I* I bitht, not .n,. 5117P. Auto ClouMOO. lOll W UIoIV Avi. "'. 3713110P.

DWM', OK N W. IrlhAvo. manlh.Toko UJI mo ., ..wtl.TI 3 and 4 Bedroom Homes. N. A. I C_. bang G...|. Doon
pail Itio Olon Iprlng' !In. 4120 412! NW. tih 7'T'aioui: to sac wIlt" boO POSDOCI S AlOCIAI5 IIIC.
torwction. In Hgn on loll Dr. S N.W. 36th. St. Immort'... kwtollotloIrao ... 04100ss .54Mo5. OOO 5P5ClAajij'IOslaUatIs
FR 10.40.DCve1OP'. I alckua dollvory' Add hIS W. Solo. 3711031 ,
3 IR. I bills MM an., 1)4 NOTHING A
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4lltgV4127NW. "tS NW' Alt ttPR_ 414J4. .. ..,1m.
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P II* I h"". $405 do.. Ill 15p. Auto EquipmentHytRllH UVIUL 51.0,1 I11lN cull. o..o
g Kltttl __ I .' .... *oi IrIS ono aota'aom troo.
$9,000 to $30,000 Norwood : S $13,400 to $18,200 I 1C lAitn roriuliravchMtawt aro dbit it.r., SoarS al toast, CONSTRUCTION

( C'I.I .-..-.nIIIJ'-' ......-. a-ir ottoWOM 1iHaliaa b I Mognai-o Serlngi Wn,gr Co.
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lullt 1 1t64. Small your lot u. living mm. limllydinotta NO Inch .,. Is 10.11 01150 GOOD CONiUCTION IS
Dawn Paym.nf. ,,1... farQuick ..".,. 0150105. IN01l. IN THE ubao. I voor worrantv. laaclat AN ARTanaral
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OFPICE $ P A C E AVA/LAILE od. Poraon win Mod cndl tot.HI minion H ........ old ond V_ 5114 ,.. .... .pM .IIIN1sd. II... lucwionf, cond. 11114. Alp FOR
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DAN BYRD 5570 .NW lilt Avo. Auto trwit, onolloM, tar loroMlc II WI 'W 304 A... It call PS N Male i

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POP + STOPS A WAREHOUSE P.42 .I..troc 51155554. 11. now 51215.$617... 54.1011,555531155.. Mlo. Iron USU
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GRAND PIIX PONTIAC I
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M,. Ponti PK GAINESVILLEAUTO VOLUME DEALER BARKLEY
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51NI111p. w Untv Awls Price tOHmo hootor low .. .. 1007 .N Mtln Si. SAVE
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11 { STAMP w Unlvonlry 4 COIN Avo.IHOPJO 155' too "'IKft ..II GIMMICKS November the best ..55..11.511. .. V 0.
Dtwitt trovm Pop direct I n TPsetery by offering you
W Say Wad PwattunlLwl orlcx MVO ovw tut $1195
ArsarI Par PKor. m 4-551*. Wrll P.. O. and the best 62 Rambler
ndH.UN .OK HI. Ollnonlll. prices cars. wwon. tdiior _...
1 NADSOCK POT54ERI IL'HGEIlLANO' DRUM New 1965 GMC Pickups II ir _'_. wad nko
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1.55 51525. Cym5IU. h".ht'. 62 Rambler
515115. S11d 11554 5105 $1595
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SPECIAL OFFER i
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t,Vial ooldbtna, lomwucl dnlon, pickup, now 4trlngt pool ...d. $1788Tropical
rptnvlni In I d.... phase. FP. 135 J7I.IS2J y 63 Ford $1195
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"oi "PLAYMOUie .sty _. $1999
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SI Cot Ir40 'oit ... SUITS Oilrwnllli Ihoomm Ctnlir
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In 63 I IItrMWfilMnMi I
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1 I ch...J.ea5W llorlllior, mlu J7t.ltl. Unl,*. Avt. $1795 $395

1+ dA.G'APPUANCISNtad '- WILL It...... to rtipoiuiblo psrly GMC Truck Center
cKok of lour ,
all OuorontoodI lotoot or comow
.I KMrlgorolon mm M 4.Mt. not uo Mynwiit <*<*. i 0. 61 Chevy
1 op T
P ,damn from ISP Sums.:, 601.1 Pt... : 525. 220 NW 8th Art FR 2-2583 63 ChexyfrtMtmivit ,
: Woinor4 from III UPs 5511. 5116. W.IIllaf' 07551. 42N1 i ImMl t-etMKi h4)ftnl
f iI ..., ,
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I Dryort Irom Wf upI oound t motion *k* ul MVmonfi 1510111 3 P55A/4e. IMMhtr utMn tl
Pood-Prooioro Iron of wo hmo o olono' 55/5511/1. ... /llao_155551. 11115 Ml
up IocJ .......
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.TV Oltlnmntn loti from rrom M M ,up:tp TOI W. ".... .... rux3onoo. \. "...
JIM vonn, A"LIANCI Co. CLOSE Out 1001 5116.1 $511.1 pi: $1695
dip, NW ell Avoph. nun C..... ol nnlth lloMoWilmrt $2295
CLUUNCI PALL or Mohogony 12-14 IB. THANKSGIVING TURKEY
LNM.|T> MAPlE Itoro
MMln to locollon
won now mony"TltsfJl. SAFE BUY
55.rkad down I5 .511115 111 t, Flrlt 3116,1Automotive i 62 Eng. Ford
Ln Noorly Nu Purnlluro, 1>4UK.
.. ._. Avo. Plow. P* .-...7. 61 Chevy Coprl

61NIITTI 551. $237 1111..,. 1751 .: FREE WITH EACH CAR PURCHASED tdMr oodoii. 4 4vUnori, $1295THIS
C1NPe4 d'..... fl5, Couch 110tear. I USED CARS ...,......", It.I......
175.OI1It./ ... 41s-.211 4nn '
4. ary Nnw In'. I) Motorcyciot ft ScMlon HIGHEST! QUALITY LOWEST PRICES I $1195

DISCOUNT '62 HONDA Ortam 300 I Sedan E''"'" Md" I IDVIII.
..
luMr coMWon, ..-s. 4 <(oor'/ Looded (Lin. 63 CADILLAC 59 BUICK ?
'PRICES on. Ut-Mt oltor I P M. 64 PONTIAC 1 1 i = .. luxury oicill '
N
t We undsrsetl.v.r rybod MUST IACIIIPICI "M fully oquood '. coin trod $900 r I Factory Air Conditioning, very l lent opp.dranco end condition 62 Chevy WEEK'S
4 \ HENDRIXFURNITURE Harley Oovidiofi, Duo Ollipm '" ,In ) you Kay to see to appreciate. tIIJ for this Moor ntrdlo. oglxfLJ ....
iharp $260 below rtducid $200
ol ....... roouoii 1101 munM I $4395 $995 "/5454Ns5C155/. 51155
lttn CO.:.. onKon In. orl..,lnol coil I),. NADA book ,01".. 551.. li<4. powor or...... r... SPECIAL
NW *m Avo N KM 111151110. offor Call :sn-u .. ........
!lINMOIl Clrtlll.tI ill P15152W155 tltor t P M. luMoy Wiru TKvrl '63 PORSCHE IRocel ow:" $2995 1
_. SINS 'TU. NI 'r.m e0r 1 : : 59 BUICK hardtop CIUP', T $1895 63Plymouth
511.111 545.
end
. ,...... 175.7744t 14 AUTOMOIILI REPAIRS I CADILLAC tf .llId.w eir cOllditlon.d
1
.' 2door, lowileoge & ceded reduced 895 ..., Fury HI omi
/mekwllnh wil .
PP554SIwPl515.0775. H... your corWINTMIJID 63 COMET $1445 I ,1.. 55,1551015 4.5e.
.- NOW m i till. .,.ory ,I lr condilronlna.. white, $100. 63 Mercury 511501.. 5.1512 ......

USED DUO THERM pan lest.5I "In our r-OW motor..tunoj$ WOTOH 4rotHAWIS CO.. I educed $200 for this III. Idwr. nordtop, 4lr rod... MoMrS2195.
MDed Cenallen' CM lie pen 2595 ldllomr.4.
JOt N. Muni" It. solo.

et 1301 tt NW Mill Pill.St.,..171 Sdld.t 1711541AHLLIU '63 MERCURY :, d2595. '61 CORVAIR beck.t:=::; $2895

1 SONS oulo pilMlmn "
..... lody wort or4 trueitolntfd ... faced! loaded. s.dan soot automatic troniminlon'
,
,00Jec'0. W 'u la '
KOC"K AN worti ......,....
1411 60 CADILLAC
and _". AI... I ....... (451111 SE N1.N1sIPd.. factory reduced $100 for this
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.15 f40dll0h. AI III ""IC' $1195 64 TR 4
condo a7..7' .".. 4 ..M. sir conditioning, ,klb. blue, ..1.. I
IS A.'.51 bll.s far Solo 62 CORVAIR R y'H ; $1395 .po RMI4" md ........ Mil 62 Mercedes
Tho
TOM. Vort 51.s- illo or. I reduced $200 for this $ t QQCi ""' ""
pest, mod I Coil uo iontor
KM 1/1III1 I M.y. P. 5 4 P 4 TO ITTL' ESTATE .l.. I 77 J $2795 $2695

171 MIX It"C_CH'YMOLIY. AT, low 55111564 155411 Ip,1. .. '61 CHEVROLET
OP.ANO OPENING, toot 111. MMM 62 CHEVROLET$ATPSodas.:

VVitn Prldoy I2 ry I loturdiy'or noro londiy 0111 "" .. ; l50sllivl.' i iMVt ".... 511. R & H 327 Engiri. . 1445 'I hed.op Impolo hardtop tedan. factory 60 VW
4 *.. c.rton ol ,..... or M oIrl .. _, 44050 mi. MKMnlS, I 59 CADILLAC air conditioning, power. reducedSI 63 TR 4
TV ......... WIHl awry P15awPet. I Paw 144Tun 515511' 1ft ,120/01. for this 5541554 IMolor, l 110. C555IarN55..

.MIIa on O.o.?5 TV froo llompl.Pc tortoni. cor V4-U34 worm oltof I404t I.i .will Mil lorH54. I compart this price .nyw'hll., ? 1495 ""' $1095

.o ,..... wills! your cor Itw ; ;-cAmliAC lodon-;W"Vllit i 61 CHEVROLET R& x1295 reduced M495 $2295
Kod Proo 4uM turn let Good cafid Pull n.. .
powor now $100. .
... .,.... Till ropolr let PIE M04 cnn or will roads tqutl, vol.VO good buy. '.',Ion. SCO se-
stein "loo lor ftc lor c..... 441.IIKmi 63 FORD 58 VW
MAn'H'1' N SERVICE' doe V.3. flc-
lodM.
.34 e' Unln AMUSED i (OU r-oo.0,'. Air PAPLANEPORr coo*. PI, ......'. : tory sir conditioning. liceptlon 63 Chevy

Aodlrf /. cokulowI won o>... 1144 or tI' Clt 4 60 CHEVROLET 1d d n: sir i135O 57 CADILLAC tt.: condition reduced I .045114 4door ....... ... $695
.
typowclhvt. Porloel...... for II* ,... ovor -- ".-"... ] 7QC t..llc Iron.t ',,_
5. Ph4. n : conditioned R & H. sir conditlonU" $100 oMorM
DANISH modornOH. 555.5, ,1111. .... '54 f PONTIAC OHO VtIIUU 1..1111. i factory ,, one :.0101 p5w50

Ml OlHon' tultor. Olrwwlnow U P0a V 4. HMWn W4WX 117. owmr, told .Pd..nic.dby I&G Meteor 62 Porsche

Lens w. rMdorn'arms774644 COM _TV'.IIIe.$. Mil, 55 wwwoMil __ Al rMrMon_ t4 I*Mrvl-4HI W.511110Volue '60 CHEVROLET U: Ss$. w.,.. 50100.11..0 695 'automatic 62 MERCURY tranimii .e.dee f $2195 111-$2995 kJ I


f & W DEEP-WELL PUMP Rated Eat,. CI"". . . . 1645Comets $1395
.. ... lion reduced $100.
.
*""""** In 62
jS f, Plymouth
hardtop
573 c-
Used Cars 63 OLDS 63 Sunbeam
1 ,WISTINGHOUSERIPeIGleATORS tor eir cendi. Crows 4010 tUH. -
62 IMPERIAL Ma.Nll.ss, 1.551 51CMN1p >...(...
"ou' 55.k4 B&G MOTOR CO. 'tioninf. power, beeutiful condition hIPd'o, ro..o ond ....... AlfHM p

117"0. Cooillo OI4.", II. Comets, CometsYour reduced 2795 ledan. Factory air conditioning. $1395 $2195

LICK 1964 2001 NW lib St. Choice $100. cruite control.

.nolle Iwln noidlo 114 trMoo ... i $2895
lolocl 0 Reduced .._.... .....$... lone* 1962, 1963, 1964 s$* M d'.** 63 Cadillac
""C_ __ .... Knoll Mloncd ALL HAVE R & H 62 OLDS I 63 lodon do 1''''. loiX.
of MTllCyCLf terr eir, cendi.terriced ChnyIt.
poytnotm
only ItX IT
BARKLEYMOTORS
,"."hll'.. _p S.w1/1p. / MacPIM $511155I7p BLUE. GREEN. TAN. WHITE I b, I 6 G. One *f the 61 CHRYSLER ttZ, ...tf....5.541/Net... .. $4495

W. U.... Awls J71.USI ;i 2 DOORS. 4 DOORS tt CONVERTIBLES tionin), full power, told and air conditioning. ..- '

I4M. W.,... I' nicest '62 Old $1295 I $2495
I i lucid $Zoo.
win, .oiollc lwk n M ." "IN THI AUTO OAMIIAIKLITS $2395 60 Vou.holl
11.1 round .
Choir M 44. PIHKO M4U4VTV

root FOR_PALE II. .or..II,.';-11 PCA KJ*' 2201 N THI Mil NAMl"Sf.U i '64 E. FORD i MS Hellw.f.. '59 PLYMOUTH Z.'" f 63 Ford ""$495 511456

NI IIM ..... COM 7242541UNPAINTEO 2-4171 Anglia Sf.tion $. r 61 OLDS
1Ts/i. call 55.6.5464WI65451P I on, VI, ."t.V.I, troniminion= lust o.erhonied. Ik Mt looMrdtol,
1200 milei. '
.1 Wegon.
h $5, mo 51326.1k11W ....tic troemi$5i50, 4 new firs Reduced Mr londiltonlnt

e/IIttY win lodi. IHII toodlC..III'.4 $1395 $.!IO<\ $595 $2395 60 Fiat

40CH.COX WAREHOUSE CompleteStock '64 C FORD Corti".' 2 Jor. Hue, I per'lrlll.tlce. .."*** '"' ftrUt 'ldl.
m t MO.. it 5.15. RsdCr .. "' -.

-- Huts. $1545 '60 OLDS ** "ardtop, le- 61 RAMBLER JT:. 63 Ford $1095

SINGERSLANT0MATIC I den, power iteer.Ing. w.o.., radio, hooter

of /* *'. Cortina. dear. White I imooth reduced $1 automatic t rent III lI.i.... $ I Woooo ........ wr CM

Ap.M...,..wim> no.ovi ...01.4.. don Mi.5 1511'- E FORD Only 15.000 $ $1 I oc. llij Reduced $100. 795itetion i 11I'-51/575 515.5 511151515_4.w..... 61 Auitln"MW$1195

IW1s1s sans 54 5615432 5561 1965 M.Iei. I
..11e. 015 'IT 54. 11/_5155 w11Ps 1195I I Plenty of Ineipentive. Good Transportation Cart $2295
M fIfI .1e. I
455. .011 ..101 715,55 c_
.513 054.1 I/N6. FORDS If : 'it Velkiwegop) $430, 51 Hillman $200

0 I 59 FIAT JOLLY ;:? v.n! ir. w --- '57 Dodfa S.d.d = $495

r .1 -= V 5H151"comMW i WOO.1. whet (i. and it. It' leach. 51 Oldsmobile $UO
aA115 57155 locfto4IIt T-Iloh. 101 come tee e '
01/55 VltlOO ... "" 11.. ..... k. Golf ___ __ 57 OMimobile Coupe.. $150
"**.. Cdlllldro 5. LN'b ",. cart or a country $LAC

175.51/525551554 IYAlsI TOM...45...-e.r11.. -NNp4 >rl...., fdldiMlSHAW I Ge.tlt",,.". Eitete Co,. 0J I 55 Cae'illac Coupe, air ctw.ftweinf. '51 014.,1111.----';.'". Air BARKLEYMOTORS

"; ar .. .'6451.cCHPP GE I', i $US tend t0oe.le,;. $595

I"'tl'. M 5e.fN.esEp 4-1,9y 1100. Clean .ad $70C

0./.55 007"I, I 1111'.UNG P.'OL1TE.v N. so rp55MyMwr II 62 FIAT eifra |ood ....c.. IAJ I III G.M.A.C. FINANCING CLOSED SUNDAY

1I. N 15 w ,51555/

,- -.n.1pa.-II 5155.rI a.puns.LIT' M56.y II A GOOD. SELECTION OF CHIAflU !

-. .,.TUD',.. & I'I AT I II' B&G MOTOR CO.

$
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1.hro.001. .'1IIIZ"1.a 0',............ KEETER 2201 N. MAIN ST.
pplll-
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taI''i..H .... W. Min The Game The Nam,"
.,;:o lit U.Jvenity I 516 S. MAIN ST. Auto Borkle/l
.. -K ... 2201 N.W. 13th St. FR 6.7515
.4p 5.15 551 OPEN TIL I T.M. n -H25-2-J.M
$1 N ,.5555 .11. ,.... FR <-.SUII FR 2..2..373-0' Doily Til 9 Sun Til 6'i
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MARTINS LIGHT BACARDI or DRY RUMANTIQUE GUCKENHEIMER&B_ RARE GILBEY'S GIN
V.V.O. 8 YR. t
ABC CHARCOAL I0HNNIE J.T.S. BROWN
BELL'SHudson 6 YR. STR. KY. BOURBONSeagram's FILTERED J
VODKA WALK ER STR. KY. BOURBONTEN
Bay :
ORP RED IEL.
IMPORTED SCOTCH y 7 CROWN BLEND EXTRA HEDGES & BUTLER HIGH
GIN A\TIR\ __
.Lam li 9 hter Bourbon Supreme secp alu; DRY IMP.SCOTCH -,-_ STRAIGHT BOURBON
IMP. ENGLISH GIN Utrl R .....1 REG. 4.60 REG. 7.50 r.. REG. 4.60-39.75 CASE SIN

pIREC. ...........-........c-........ .''. .>
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7.15 __

KENTUCKY NOW 2.GAINESVILlE STORES!! Blida

GENTLEMAN 110 NORTHWEST 6TH STREET
,,' CENTRAL PLAZA'SHOPPING CENTER REAL SIPPIN WHISKEY'
6 YR.STRAIGHT
WINN DIXIE NEXT DOOR TO FOUR ROSES
KY. BOURBON SHOP.CENTER G. C. MURPHY'S BLENDED WHISKEY

114 SOUTH MAIN ST. HEAVEN HILL
GORDON GIN
BUY ABC SAVE!! i'BONDED KY. BR.
ENN cMr REG. 4.5G-CASE :41.88 REG. 5.25 ___J

PRICES ARE BORN HERE V ; \::

RAISED ELSEWHERE










SAVINGS BY THE CARTFUL


COLONIAL CLUB NOBODY BUT NOBODY SELLS GLENMORE Bulloch& Lade'LIQUEURS
"Ntrtr B.for.At Thii" Prict"
,2 12 YR STRAIGHT BOURBON KENTUCKY VODKA JOHN V

CREME DE MENTHE by AT SUCH LOW LOW PRICES EXCEPT CHARRED OAK V BEGG

RO'tKC --ANISETTE CHERRY ABC-YOU COMPARE 8VD. STRAIGHT BOURBONHoller's __
N' RYE- Peter Dawson
o SLOE GIN APRICOT FEDERAL II
se o SCHENLEY
BLACKBERRY- Reserve IMP. SCOTCH _
} REG.ji95 RESERVE CHAMPION 8 YR. BLEND f_' REG. 519CAStfr
.,. 4.50 CASE REG. 4.60-35.75 CASE 6.50 ,w
3 5 hs 11.95 ,.,,,,?s;,,;
Regular 399 95' 1 I
I 5.95 46' CASE J .
II I VALUES =: -_=

%\ :!$ j : "Serve Something A Little Bit Better


6 YR.CANADIAN WHISKEY R.9.6. 5 I IMPORTED SCOTCH REG. 6.60 100 Proof Bonded Ky. Bourbon
79
CARRINGTON 4 5TH | CHAMPAGNES 1.7599SPLIT I INVER HOUSE 3 5TH \ TOM MOORE ffi 379


THERE'S A REASON WHY ABC IS THESOUTH'S FULL QUARTS COFFEE SOUTHERN

DEALER! DRY
LARGEST LIQUOR VODKA
or GIN WORLD'S FAMED R'9.7.25
r

3 QUARTS FULL $10 LIQUEUR COFFEE 5 99

CHECK OUT WITH MORE FOR LESS 3.39 FULL QUART By Ihi Maktrt Comfort ofSouthtnt 5TH

JOJb PEMARTIN IMPORTED SPANISH 6 Yr. Str. Ky. Bourbon Reg. 5.00. 4Z.9S Ce.e ,, IMP. FRENCH BRANDY N.Y. STATE SWEET WINE Rtj.2.15

50 yr. SHERRY CREAM :g 29?N I T. W, Samuels 3% I S Charme, "!,,. | GOLD SEAL Concord 5'" I.Ii1Ifillm I.,

gUY IUYAIC CASE 24
AICSAVIt! SAVItNOBODY. BEER 12 0_. CANSCLASS VERMOUTHs
...
!i
BUT NOBODY CANADIAN ACE CANS 3.69 TRIGONlsWEET .,DRY 99c .

Philadelphia SELLS WHISKEY Old German .3.79 SWEET or DRY ... 1.09Q..

8 YR.86 PROOF BLEND FOR LESS ABC BEER or ALE 3.8 9 IMP. ITALIAN SWEET DRY .0'... 1 1.39 5rh

...'. ", CHARRED TILFORDYR.. Goebels e..3.99 J. BOISSIERE orASWEET 1.79Sth
PARK & L THAN

lhi Il.l J dp'..? ABC BUSCH BEER GOLD SEAL 1
CHARCOAL
; VODKA sic sic CASE 24 3 49 PLUS DEP.ALTAR WINES
-;.. EXTRA SAVIt 1AVII 11 0%. TOKAY or
.---=::;:-:- .1 47.50 DRY GIN CASE BUY ABC SAVE! Regent 299u'a: ; ANGELICA LIS Ret.1.69 sm

"MELLOW MASH 86' STR. KY. BOURBON-Re* 5.40 IMPORTED SCOTCH REG. 7.15 ,.
25% MORE IN QUARTS Yellowstone. 4695 case 399 5th \ House of Stuarts . 3.99 5th /


GAULTIER IMPORTED OLD HICKORY GALLONS Canadian Deluxe ROMA

FRENCH LIQUEURS 6 YEAR STR. KY.. BOURBON ROSE PARK 100*,; PURE CALIF. f\ Yr. UJ CANADIAN 99 CHAMPAGNE
GlenmoreiSTR., IMP. WHISKY W 5TH
PORT-WHITE PORT RIG nn9529CASI
MENTHE-CACAO ROCK N' RYE KY.BOURBON. SHERRY KING RUPPERT'S PINK J.75 _
399 SIZE WHITE
SLOE GIN APRICOT 379 2.7
09 SPARKLING
REG. $S 6T
ANISETTE Blackb.rry-Cherry RIg.7..3.5 t. 10.",5 4.99 41 CASE Muscafcl I GALLON\ BEER TOP fOP ( QuerN BURGUNDY 5TH


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