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Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Gainesville Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 4, 1964
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Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
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v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.


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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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'Qi' nutudkt
I Many University of Florida football fans from the

Gainesville area were in Louisiana Saturday. The I

game with LSI was called off, but they got a taste '

> of another-type battle-man against nature. Pictures

of the first smashing blows of the giant storm will

be found on Page 12A. 89th Year, ; No.77 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4,1964 owe SKIi DAI"DlLlYIIUD AND w lUNDA" ';: ...I.Kar ,

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Hilda Plasters ; 20 Dead '! illi;

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II '-"'" q West: Of ,.5Orleans

CUT CORMIER Sua City Editor You would have thought ported that ,IS persona had burst about noon today flood- : ;

NEW ORLEANS Louisiana's fu .JoY II Cajuns an gregarious people I Curtis La France, an oyster been killed by a tornado to tag one ana.Residents ,.. ;...;;
so the thousands who left their homes in the low marshlands south of here ''f: fisherman and Johnny Martina La Rose a town of about say Jt has been :":

fleeing Hurricane Hilda are making the most of it road contractor, lived in dif 8,000 persona some 47 miles men than/ IN years since the ,;1 I ..- I
Hotel lobbies especially in the old French Quarter where ferent states from the conversation. southwest of ,hen. Mississippi spilled over I its 'I. !
aromatic odors of seafood gumbo blend with the sweet banks here and since then the "n aNEW

from the jazz magicians in the bistros, are filled with "I got a call from a fella were The several tornadoes of them and that there Corps of Engineers has constantly ORLEANS (AP) Kr1.<.I...:.. ,

waiting OIILChildren while ago down then (In struck In the line worked to control the retie Hurricane Hilda slammed
chased each other marble floors and ] Point squall preceding into the nearly touted coattal ,
across DOIeI@ a la Hache) and he told the hurricane" caused mighty river. '-::'
ers at in brocaded lounge chain feeding babes In arms.Some me the sun was shining and more fear than Hilda. The biggest test in those ana west of Ken Saturday "
of them have been ben since Wednesday, when the tide isn't even up to here" IN yean may come: Saturday night with shrleklni winds and T:: *
halted her westward course and aimed her mighty La France said pointing to his One of the black funnels dipped last) night when Hilda is tornadoes. At least JO-and. pot., ;h..
this section of the Louisiana Gulf Coast Some of them would knees down briefly in. section scheduled to past near here. albly more-deaths wen report. """

like to return home but Civil Defense officials .have virtually sealed off the "Man, who an you trying of the French Quarter and another Several'hundred FlorIdians, eel. ':':

coastal areas. to kid," Martin replied. "The hit a shopping centernear Including many from Gainesville The killer storm's giant eye, ... t
They come from small towns, mostly from Plaquemtoes Parish which lies way I heard tt you got so Lake Pontchartraln. No quartered hen to attend spinning out 110 mliran-hour -
In the delta land on both sides of the wandering Mississippi River. Their much water on your side of other deaths were reported. the Florida .LSU football winds rolled out of the churn- ..
homes sn hi towns with names like Point a la Hatcbe, La Fourche and La. the river the crawfish are Although moat of New Orleans game' to Baton Rouge, made fig Gulf of Mexico across Ain "
Rose. drowning." Is below sea level to till most of the damp circum- chsfalaya Bay and Into Frank-, """ I,
Two weathered bayou Inhabitants of Plaquemme Parish who live on opposite Minutes later the good na- far there has been little fear stances The Florida people, to, some M miles west of bin. :
banks of the Mississippi ribbed each other good-naturedly in the lobbyof tured conversation took a som- of tidal flooding even after a' themselves as ezperlen c s d. Tornadoes peeled oft from
the Monteleone Hotel on Royal Street ber aspect when someone re- dike on an Industrial canal (See REFUGE. Patje U) Hilda's advancing I mla >. '. I \

wrecked havoc over i wide" area
1 of southeast Louisiana and h

s outhwest Mississippi.) One 1
Waldo Crash
twister knifed through Ltroee,

M miles southwest of New Or- "
leans. Red Cross and Civil Da- 1. !
4; fence authorities listed M dead
and IIS Injured. "- I t

: Fatal to TwoWALDO At Strain further to the west .""' 1 ;

Mar Abbeville high winds top. .. 1
I4- pled a water' tower onto City "
r 1t ." "
-commai 4esre by evil
A 79-year-old Clearwater man and a Canadian : ,
i woman were killed Saturday afternoon in a two- ," .
.r' car collision on U.S. 801 in Waldo, Alachua County 't One
police officer reported at

p k w, Sheriff.. The victims deputies! wets reported.Walter F. Leitzell driver of one ofsun .' : If., : hast vile sit Deputy fatalities Sheriff, but John at Abbe-Landry -..".. ,l ,

the cars, and Lora primmer r ,
SI Hepworth Ontario. Canada. i said "We can't say yet It ... '
; Set Picture on Page 2A they're dead or In Ind.It. :1 .1
Deputies said LeitxeJl. beaded
..11"11 E south on U.s. 101. aparenQy attempted ; _I..' Landry said two Injured had N. j
... ; a suden left tun !Into I smashed ;into .Leltltll., beforeAompaoa been taken out of the buDdkui '. ,IN 1
Ersth *
"and, others "'"
art 'I
the path of a car. aenby. heat nuld4rake..

.- WflUam f. Thompsony1, of. andSwo passengers '1IbI1'trapped to inside II people we tIIbIt.N..n, .."- .'..........,.. t'fj
0 e a 1 a. Thompson's vehicle ,received ntoor rmjuries and ,
.. '"They may aO be dead"Indryaaht -' u
Acting Dean were treated and released. at IIINo I ,.
; Alachua General Hospital Miss, PnsMant Johnson moving' ,'I
to Lelasell's
Primmer g passenger
swiftly to Washington declare
Of Medicine .
auto was dead prior to the "
beleaguered. region a .....
arrival of Investigating! officers.Leltoefl t, Iff area 4. '
was rushed to the hot,
Johnson .
Immediately made
Picked at UFDr. pita, where be died about three available" ft milieu .to federal, ""'

hours after hin.admltted. funds for disaster aid. ..., .
Emanuel Suter will become Deputy J. R. Hooten said total Hilda bad threatened during ,. *
acting dean of the University damages were $ ,ooo. Chargeswere .. toe to vent Its fun *.
; of Florida College of withheld pending further /As..atle M lit 1..n a morning...., esmlval fury"w.
Medicine: beginning! Nov. 1, Dr. Investigation.The But eIItIIu
Samuel P. Martin, provost for Ratoey Price fatality was the fourth Page boys tow ..,.,. la' the air fai the Ho.... ..fR.taU toward the>sparsely altoraowltlunMd settled. -... 1 It;'
the J. Hlllls Miller Health Center of the week In Alachua County All Over ,.. chamber Saturday. to signify adjournment to till west ana ,
announced Saturday. and fifth to the past eight days. of the Utk COlI..... The kwrfctM'i .e e i Ur ... l
Arrest Five
Dr. Suter who has been touched shore first ,fc $l. Mary :. ,* N NParYhPa !
t} chairman of the Department of tern Cheesier Mdb i

Microbiology in the College For Ends Term ssld only about Ml tI Ifca ....> .
{ tlnct tW, will fin the vacancy Violating Congress BusyWASHINGTON Ist'i UM naIdentI wen tUB t ....

left .by Dr. George T. HarrelL there. ....
Yu* Dr. Barrel resigned to become: Civil) Dtfsase workm" at .....
Negro Rights
dean at the new Hershey School (AP) Apolitically ban of a Il.l-bldloe supplemental rrankUB said. winds were bowl. -
of Med cIn Pennsylvania State appropriations! bin providing big st iMm ph. ahead of the ....
Miss. (AP tanpaUent congress ...
) SessionIs .,
funds for several
University.A Special operating bwrlcane
eye. were espreeeed >
native of Basel Switzerland The FBI armed with civil disposed 01 MM odds and ends ..... Including KM minion that snakes would be n-;....
I' Dr. Suter received his M. D. rights warrants arrested five Saturday than closed shop and Inc OW new one to administer swarming to from the ....... 1-
from the University; of Basel in Neshoba County men Saturday hustled off to the buttings Deemed Likely IBM MWI,anllpovsrty program.' Several pelats .atoaf KMstrtckea ..." ,
j Including Sheriff Lawrence where Its legislativerecord
IMi He Joined the staff of the lengthy : ,
of -
--Passage a compronlstM Csjuo country coast
1 Rockefeller Institute for 1Iec RaIney and Us. Deputy Cecil win J loom largo in campaign ",
raising veterans'E pensions lint reported fading tides and
cal Research la New York In Price, on charges of violatingthe oratory. stranded congressional leaden for ".el)- 'ml the feared
rights of Negroes.Ad projects left by reopening federally this might be a warning .
I IMI and taught in the department o Adjournment came In the adjournment merging party difference to ttt subsidised national veterans that a tidal wave was comma.tato .,
of bacteriology' and Immunology were released on $. Senate at 1.41 p.m., and In the Johnson took no cognisance of cause of building America and Insurance program for a Salted Adi.. Gen. Erboi W., ...
of the Harvard Medl- bond on each count after about RIDd Ipb'. request but the keeping the PRegardless ..." Mmbr 01 former servicemen.Tbt WIle said National Guardsmen

cal School from 19S2 to 11M. three hours In custody. ad-ad opening lint of a statement of tomse, Hit adJouniment Mb, eau to session mire were bulged with ,...... for ",,,
A former Markle Scholar In Ralney 41, and Price: 31, means the Htb Congress has praising the legislators' accomplishments month from lID 11 months to IN aad....- IIIIItaace ......... lie area. _
microbiology, Dr. Suter has were picked up at the courthouse campittedltlncorclunta.1'Ja: : seemed to rule out a ballot day maia that members .qr U months this ,tit.DeepICe Flood waters ware nsto.. Maide )
to about 40
authored more than M scientific Philadelphia recalled to special session by .heavy Democratic w
special -i of the Site who want to come
miles from here FBI
papers In his research specialties : ,by hen to agents.) President Johnson.As Today the Mb Congress of beck with the Mlb at nearly anSJor. dee about U to the The Weather Screw said lit ..
and the origins They were brought
: Immunology separate final Ms fast Senate. and -.1 to the Kent tt hurricane will weakaaat "
the United Steles had Ha ill of them do mast a gradually
of bt a caloU and certain cars for a bearing before the windup came the Preside with nit aad frequently frustrated Ibt planer tt .........
other Wertious dlle... the U,S. commissioner. *& was urged to do just thatSean. sesalen It said. Job of pointing novas ... :
Mtasttests Democratic Presidents Kea- A tornado alert nmakwd la
atom. All
Johnson went on to say that viewing with
Among his professional associations Others seized by the FBI were JcMtegs Randolph, -W. "
.. "that andamlrdeflhstetotheSenate I lady and Johnson effect for southeast Uatohsaa i""
former Sheriff Ethel Glen he knows no Congress
memberships the Va. seat Johnson a telegram
an fUtod.ckartng former ..... Johnson lid southwest .
Society of American Baderlolqilt.l.IlltAlllerlcanAaod Barnett, fl, and two Pldladel.pills argng. a postelection. sitting to has done mere lot the nation. desaPrbset After MludaqpL ....
massive revival He said both chambers -putasUt .., 8 u. aseeeed.d /the assseda.d Heavy rates Waded fhltatvel
Richard wtth
city policemen, deal a
for I Kovearter Ibt ..... hek.eraslave 1_...,
tion for the Advancement of Science Andrew Willis M. and Neal, pagan for Appalachia and private Interest and sectional the way adjournment bTsaaifr- last .. ....
Interest to serve the ear were: ..... ItanscraMiortMn ctty- boarded art shores
the Americas Assod.ttion Otha Burkes a wttk health can for the aged -
of ImmunologurtJ. See RIGHTS oa Page SA)' two major admtoistrattoa tin ..daft.- And. be praised _Acceptance by bets cbtav ,.__ CGIIIIIIDatIIa besaes ep beat fierrbea a ..Mir >.....
less effective agatosllee aUsWlppIlet .... ....
( ADJOURN ea Psff 1A, ( BLDA ea Page IA)

n; Admitted Murderer to Walk Free GOOD MORNING! j ''b'-. I

eo -I. Around and About the Net+iltlriolar

MIAMI CAP) ADII& every calaber rifle toto !lie bead of the ITe chose Gohbtrdl bteaswWerthtogtoa. .. ..
day acsMwkere to the aides foster father Cbartes M f....... weld tetaaee ttrt4bg ... 4... .

aa admitted erisatoal wafts eat % as Mi* asleep to tot bed bate toaertted tta estate of Msmurdered learn Me west Page IIA.FtortM 0.. .
of Jag a fret HM-eases sdaathe Tbaa they dumH both .bodies. ...... And Garb GIs faaaly pt K .e.e .-
wB never be freeeeutod tor tote a canal Hank made the enter Werthtof.bslj .....
his ertIIaLA. Oilitjtfdf. a bushy welgbtlisVer tsa 611'1. .... Phip tine t.aIIr II MleweI10g '4..t
Ise .... hues sew. fait ,Matt,..... to jail at a aaa- >eitea,0.e FloridaInpnsM sow beiNeg ..1.P5geMA. .-
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Sunday, Gcivuer 4. 194'

:;; 4r PE P'Lftin the NEWS More 'About rWeather Roundup More AboutAdjourn

RightsFrom t c I1 t1 lads

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Briefly.! *,' ]1 B

I Woodrow Graham, 91, Rt Z.. TRENTON Miss Emma E.
.......' The men were accused Sam HGermany of. a administration alms. In the end Gainesville died Friday Bight t: McElroy, II, died In the Chief-
subjecting a Negro
j'f' of Johnson saw It enact 21 of his 30 at Alachua General Hospital I and Nursing Home Thursdayafter
to "deprivation
I' ,
!"'" "" principal "must" measures following a short illness. a lengthy Ulnesi
rights by arresting incarcerating :
C F H I Partly cloudy Columtfus Geor-
A native of
Mr. Graham, a Dative of Mc- ,
and and "strik- and him the basic foundation
detaining" give
{ tonight and Sunday with ,4 e"'a + elalhe lived in the tine Grove
4 Rae Ga, came to Gainesvi e
log beating and whipping him. occasional afternoon on which he Is waging his
t: mostly
I Thursday from Norfolk Va. 1 He area of Levy County,/most of her
also accused of ,
..... forcing They Germany were to make: self showers High Sunday IS ton campaign for election to his was a former foreman with th e, life. She was a member of the
.. South and southeast winds Church.
Pine Grove Baptist _
own name. Norfolk Recreation t ,
admissions and Departmenand
10 to 20 miles hour .. nieces
frWV per Miss leaves
.-..... confessions with the Intent of Perhaps paradoxically the a member of the Bapt t McElroy
Mrs. 0. G. Johnson Flemington -
depriving him of his rights. A ... tit I.N.t dvlwry. Hilchl. three landmark accomplishment church. ,
fy % 1 The accusation: said four other 0.l* warning, arm dltpltytd, ...... thep.l. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Unlce Faircloth: Trenton -
; Ctouoy end mild, ttirtuH lunUy of the Nth a sweeping with whom she made her
b' Mississippi Negroes were deprived ngld. lundiy. Hough MM .n4 Glenner C. Graham of Gaines.,
I MD' IWM ...... tile CMM MIhM I.e.d.r civil rights bill, a nuclear tes home and several. other nieces
= Of their rights by the 7i it n vilte; a step song Charl -

-Of same men .A.v--_fly cloudy win IemS*cc.Nealr.'lon..lMvry ban treaty and an tlU.bUDon Jones of Gainesville-! stepdaughter and nephews./ ..

.. A second: Indictment charge :win ; ... 0 If. lovllkMiMly fi.1H"t. tax cut are not likely to figure Mrs. Virginia Stun GROVER O' TEEN .

-... Price and Ralney with subjecting tuily*In if fwwtrk ta M milt..,.."*.tr. craftnm hear'C.ty aa key mterparty /Issues m a ner of Miami;' two brothers, HIGH' SPRINGS f. Graver ".

j Kirk Kulberson a Philadelphia C.<. sew i Citftr< rmm Kty bi trt*>>rt dw i*. GAINESVILLE WEATHER majority of states sad districts John Graham and MOIl Graham Cleveland O'Steen,' '{1, died

Negro to "deprivation of 'O ft J ';"5 rtly cloudy::" Mew r M; Municipal Airport readings This Is because aO of these both of Femandln Friday at his High '8 P r ings '

rights secured by the Constitution I low Nail Wwwn. HUD IvnMy for Saturday: High, 89 at 2 tlstory.making steps were Beach Fla.; three sister, home.A .
and laws of the United *M II Mi milt. *"5r.,......". .., w Ml 12 p.m. Low, 72 at i a.m. Rainfall made possible by broadly based Mrs. Martha Allen of HillyardFla. retired farmer 0'.t e e n'

States." hell K-ifttwv rrHy,..yon |twW......y. wlW N. toulh.wiwrly i taw. 03.. bipartisan support for what the ., Mrs. Viola Pope of Fer was a native and life time
a The indictments were Issued wtMi It ta M miin s', S..,. oleic. Lar ,..."- President asked. nandina Beach and Mrs. Rosa resident of High Springs. ,

\ Friday by a federal grand Jury .mi* ""or ALMANAC.......... t:II ...... jKklMvllltMtaml N w 7'55 .11 nsad But the Republicans win find Oliver of McRae;. two gram He is survived by his wife i *
.which held two weeks of secret tSmar.ew ..'''..... .:It ...... Tmpt.Nv ns ade.ww7. plenty of lesser enactments children Mrs. Martha Polk O'steen, High
... .. .... ., .. Alteds' 71 0' .H
Iwtitrnw dad
SAP WNspes. NM sessions la Blind Mist bearing n \
'1f / Ntw M. n temtrmw ..'.... li:M *m., OrtumIntai III ad M he antipoverty program and Springs; daughter, Mrs. Roy]
I about Ul ....... t. IN* ..d tl .....,...... IM ...... 7J 71 ..u other spending measures for Wilson, Fort White; a son, Jackj

f spyCase'' Stopped The .23-member 'grand jury The Mrs'ipwrMtly m.0an5. Mm NM 5..11-, very ymwt"'. .''drnte. 7e.7J AI so example at which to shoot More AboutHilda' O'steen High Springs; and

was not dismissed. Judge Ski ow"C:=:Uliav TIDII = coy : : Other prime GOP targets will brothers Dewey O'steen, Hanip

Alexandra Sokolov, 40 ,and his wife are shown ney Milt ordered reconvened ..... HIfII Nasl dam. end Pf w.rS D M involve matters ea which Congress O'steen and Rnfus O'steen,
hi Jackson. Miss., Oct.' M. Heswor 'II. P..1. Lew N dw ..... ,.D .. ...M PI
after their spy trial la N1r York court was abrupt. !..... a a.N4 Ia PI didn't legislate at all all of High Springs.

...... ly stopped. The Jostle Department dropped the all members to strict More the Bobby G. Baker and Billie I He left .".. grandchildren

.," case against the Russian couple presumably to pro' secrecy. Sol Estea cases ., I and rat great 'grandchild.ANauasa. : .
I tact U. S. counterspy secrets. The couple now faces The grand Jury was called to AboutMurder Some of the unfinished business From Page ;l

t deportation proceedings, probe among other matters the also will be at the fore In
caw of three civil rights workers New Orleans feared flooding
':HAIL PERON 1 whose bodies were un- the vote-seeking drives A prime as much. Hilda's winds FUNERALNOTICES
Is health care for the
earthed from a dam near Phllaifcfnflla. From Page 1 example Most of the city is below sea
., Thousands of supporters oi elderly. level between the twisting
:exiled dictator Joan D. Peril -- The Senate approved a program
The material was submitted most of a guilty person who felt sura the weights would hold I this for Mississippi River and Lake
L of demon to provide eer65s
capped a day noisy '
.f"J by Justice Department lawyers would otherwise 'ontchartraln.: New Orleans
stratlons Saturday night by escape. them down. under the Social Security ., WILLIAM
; MS. "LTO
? massing In front of the Argen- from Washington after en* of ""Therefore it has been unmrnly But, In Florida's hot summer I system But tt did se by attach! residents, who began girding for Fwwr.l _''. fill' WII""7ltwm ../"
....t the molt Intensive JIwu&IptIOIII Hilda even' before the giant AiMn Will M MM If P M
tine Parliament building while FBI President held that a state may bodies quickly decompose. TIlls I lag It as an amendment to aHousepassed I'. rtoIIY. 0ctMer a. sins N WI,.
In history. contract with criminal for storm turned away from itonncouclous "","T".1 Ch.
a his produced nitrogen, which infla
President Charles de Gaulle bill raising ,
5 Johnson took a personal interest southwest Louisiana, as' Cm k. s.d II.... Joe
'* exemption from if ed the shrouds and ftoa .
prosecution canvas _' .
addressed a joint session ofJjt. Security. retirement payments ""
in the Philadelphia caseIn feared than HIda's I.w evxirtiii'omtttry
he flooding more II M In .
shall and ed Uw bodies the surface
honestly fairly to ,
.Congress ( by |5 to |7 a month.
: '
Meridian crowd of fierce
> a several make a full disclosure of his They were found by fishermen winds. Mesa BLOIIB CAlI IV. uiwl .....''e..
They waved banners ",and hundred persons, mainly torn In the Senate-House confer- At noon, a levee along one of tar Mn. Slaw Cany, aid X. ........
'chanted,"Peron, Peron" to the gathered outside the crime, whether the criminal tes- Aug. 10.Eight. ence, the House conferees refused the canals broke will, win M MM *t II ..... n .....
rhythm of drumbeats while De 4 ages courthouse to clap and cheer t the fled against Is convicted or d.Yllater. Richard wa to accept this rider the spewing waters many over a residential -, diy... "OctMr C""" ..* with v' IM4 II.,... *P.t. C.Oil Curryw Oil

Gaulle inside offered Argentina prisoners brought In by the FBI not." charged with murder. Police Senate conferees refused to area.The a 0. 0 McAulMr conducting,

French technical, scientific and Rainey and Price wore their Mostly Immunity is granted said he had been Involved in drop It and the resulting stalemate center of the hurricane tit CMTtitary.Mtvlcti. ,under Iwltl" IM will M dlnctlMMufhn In Oil Oil of

cultural assistance..SUCCINCT. usual brown uniforms. They left. In bribery, larceny perjury; earlier acts of violence against killed the bill. hovered offshore the Gulf of N.W. UK S CMttiwt AM., OUhMVlll FuMr.Nero P505Mrs. *. 1.

their pistols at the Philadelphiaoffice. I ambling and liquor cases State his foster parents and the case This outcome prompted Sen. Mexico in midafternoon as hurricane e.,.", wee II"n...

They were smiling but law mentions no Immunity for "has a long background of ha Albert Gore, D-Tenn, to declare : force winds or higher N Plarllllo did r-ltrtt....MM...*!.*!If taltowMt IPM' sf

V The late humorist Irvla 8.. noncommittaL murder.' But "promises" can be red. Friday "this meant that the battered the marshlands and llnftrlnf DIMM. Mn. Ctrty WM Mm
mad, and Gebhardt got his' At a preliminary hearing, Detective wul to the people M JIM 14, IfM In l.*,. ",..... M4Me
:;:Cobb might have questioned tow ..", Their arrest In Philadelphia Resident go deserted towns between the UvM hi .....', Ptorldt' Mn.
value of authon' autoblogrsphiJcal / was witnessed by about M real. romltaPtrhaps. Arthur E. Leonard testified and ask a mandate on this Is coast and New Orleans. c.,., WM immMr tf .ll 01 l..o-

questionnaires donated to lend who were at tilt court- the most celebrated that Worthington twice sue." More than 150,000 persona fled IM Ilil/ tamlly ChurcD tn lunhrlne........"..* _M,....Arcfili" ol

::'Indiana University by 4he pub- MUM there to buy auto license ass In Florida was that of Bob- broke down under questioning."H I But Sen. John J. Williams, R- to evacuation centers in advance c.,'. Mr. -'or.. Mn. a. Bill M.

.-lishing firm. of BobbsMerrlllSCo. lags, which went on sal Oct. 1. by Lincoln, a Negro number rolled off his chair and Del., kit no time disclosing the of the raging storm. PMIIIfj Wlllln.' Ill Mr. tnllOm P.els, Mr.Clrty PoowvMt, Mr.

racketeer who turned state's evidence lay crying on the floor," Leonard tack the Republican win take Hurricane winds whipped N.rry ""'Ie p. Ciny
\ More AboutRefuge and became immune I Inthe said. "He cried 'I'm Mite MI. IHMd. L..
r* Included among the papers sorry, He said the WWW House killed through the LaRose area hampering Ctny. Hint iltltn, CiNuriM PM*
war Cobb's own form with II 1W5 murders of CIrcuIt Ann. I'm sorry Charles. Please the payment Increase and "this rescue: operations. ,., All... BiltMU N....._ Mn. Ill
ty JM M"m.w, wnt knwuri M,.
these responses: Ie Judge and Mrs. C. E. Chilling God, forgive me' Later lie action demonstrates the political "Our count shows at least 2G ,5wwp1WMN' All,. Lleyd WhIN.
,I Q. Personal experiences worth at Palm' clawed at the wall and repeated farce of this admlnlstra- bodies," said Lafourche Parish M,. ._ "'''II.. 5050' ,.1..'
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sad ,
IrlMti Prltfttt will M r c l'v
ZT consider remarkable or unusu- testimony sent law.yer the cries, Leonard said. I Uon'. claim to an Interest In the Sheriff Eddie Ste. Marie. His .. IM Muss tl Mn. Sill M. 'hllli
ral? From Page 1 Joseph Peel to prison for And when they took him to the welfare of our elderly citizens" shirtsleeves were stained wit ., IIIII AM.BNNII ,

Cobb. Being born. He as the mastermind of the canal where the bodies were I The Appalachia program the I the blood of dead and injured MI. STBOILBS. '' _.
with hurricanes is any people killings and Floyd Hotiapfel to the detective said "he tot n rtlln Dry Clmw. will .
2 Q. How did you happen to this sloshed and ]found other major) administration persona Some 30 homes ware KM it .:. ,..... luMy. oeteew
I year, up death row at Ralford peniten- to shake and IH4,
suddenly began objective: shoved aside. to thedjouroment nattered In the tornado's lain. tf PlMiulllt Cimtary.
write this book "'i ( down the narrow streets of the B'r Lwli'
Cobb. needed the : .,;> wlrtHMl, ;N lilt IuIII I tiary. I walked Into the water. He we rush, also .to enpected National Guardsmen, Civil SOWN' will M ttMiKlliif I* PMmlllt IM I
old In the
MT money. city taking nightspots Lincoln will not be prosecuted his before we v.M ...
up to armpits to figure In the appeals Defense workers and ..berth'sdeputies ear n.lw N
7 Q. List personal dislikes Lt. q. J' Keith Base elwnbarA and tile gastronomic c_ Psn.1 Mrs
although he helped Holnpfe him. braved nun-teat ,
caught *
for votes, especially In the 11 HV 4 M MI<_.
"-""* :. 4Yf: ? !1 ..fclluA 01.' I faaaery officer Maddox delights From the of the predictions Creole Kitchen late throw the Chtlllngworths the Albert Schrader Jr., attorneyfor tales which would have been winds to search through rubbly! ..,....,'-HmsllH Sis M (IfM lullowint M A 5

ques oa me navy destroyer sea on orders from Peel Worthington told the Miami affected directly by the bUIIO for the dead and Injured. lliiwti/ Mr. II..... WH
stows machlae pa hole. Saturday It may be late Sun This is the Gebhardt told! try H. IMt A
\ story News h* thought it was "lousy dollar rehabilitation! effort I "Mon Oieu Mon Dieu cried CMfilwe I IkM
ea deitrerer's fantail se day before weather condition of the Worthington killings': police work to grant immunity Th* Senate passed this measure a French woman protecting her viol..M.H mixbtn WMkmpy..> tile ncKIMrin. |
talned .la the Calf ef 10 lllIIver.1 may permit them to return .. .
Richard approached him in n a murder case after less than over almost solid Republi- head with I kerchief, as she sawthe ...Mri. Jull.
home. Some of them don'tmind Mew Ml Srlmon .
weeks -
during engagement
age. July with proposition: "1'11 kill two months of work. Later, can opposition. But the action bodies of the tornado vie- Np N. SMN... .... '
with N.arrived Viet Nam at the storm, but la they over might before them. Help me dispose of the Schrader said he was not talkIng came late and In the face of time lying under Indian blank- Dnkl wad,. Mr Mn.CliirlMMln car.5r.0schlld.5 ?

iblps. Destreyer bodies and I'll give you |1,000 as an attorney but as a candidate GOP hostility and heavy rad-of- ell on the side of a LaRote Cottli, ImtM M4 MiM"
Los Angles Friday.SPEAKER. The famous restaurants are Mill Julll ImWi, tw*
Gebhardt held for |
out more. for the office of public .tr.fL
operating short handed and session absenteeism House d .MM_. Mr Bum W Of.
several didn't even open their the offer was upped to $5000 defender administration leaders did not The bodies were laid out in .Ion 0t. omw, rtlifrln
Richard toIpUI front of demolished house
promised I
risk showdown battle it
leers ,.fee.buaae.a Saterday. a on
< estate of about MO.OOO along a bayou then airlifted by M*. JACK aeaiHMMkti P
Rep. E. C. Itowell of Sum- At the Royal Orleans the in Boys9 Club West Virginia's Sen. Randolph tar Mr. Jock ,,__ .
,tar County, a man In whom maitre d'hote himself served that would come to him from made clear tilt position lit will helicopter to Raceland. soul* MM. M McM TKtfXM I
President Johnson MN It I M .n* M lu 4
telephoned -
his foster y.
rural and urban eggs benedict. parents Hosts GirlsTomorrow take when he said In his special- 4 IM4. M erttttr 11 M. Cwim .
Florida They plotted a fake automobile session plea to Johnson that !ov. John McKeithen and offered .... w I' .._. *
.-.... are acldent. They would knock federal assistance to the !lie .......... lurid will Ittlm
ToastmastcrsTo this bill and .
married, Satur allure to pan N Srs. C.manp .0.r Ii.
the couple senseless, put them devastated areas.McKeithen III HurftM ft CNnlwlH !
.-.- day was named health care, "entombed the ...... M,. HoMnwn, w1.. '
Install In the station A female Invasion of the ordered a 200.bedCivil
family wagon
speaker of the hopes" of millions Mi NB. inn TOT.... Oal
-.. then run It Into a canal between jalnesville Boys Club is scheduled In addition to the health care Defense hospital kept in did ....,mbtf M. .|HM esOwweM
Florida House .. ..,
-. of Representatives [i''Marvls' Roberts, chief of rut Florida City and Jewflsh Creek for Monday at 7 p.m. and Appalachia bllli the othermeaaree storage until needed for Clusters eM.11. "Mr." a..ho.tip MISS. w In .
State loans for the FarmersHome About 11 p.m. on the night of The girls will be allowed'on ,) set up at Raceland II M.". II,i lilt III Bntir. PitrWt 1
:..:.: AP WlrwMi M ttw Urn) for the I which Johnsoho listed M4 .llvfd III flilnnullll- t i iMr
Administration wOl be ug. 7, the elder Worthington the usually all male grounds his 30 objectives miles away from LaRose tf years turvMut; mtroMIM
r7 Rep. ,.William E. Miller la IMS g-iston.. Installed as president of the ;went to Bleep. His wife Angela to register for a special Girl's among primary A Civil Defense spokesmansaid .,...lIy trt un. wtta. Mn.MKNII .
last June but which .
50 .
The were 11. lot tMMn
:? .lost M average faa watch- year.old Gainesville Toastmasters Club was still awake. Night program which will convene U many as 100 "may have WtHitmt, M, Utrtti Nutut
kg the Puntae-Notee Dame stogie' put. RawaU Monday at a meeting to beginat "I I hid in Richard's room." each Monday night from not passed arerImplementation been Injured" by the tornado. .kraiHtr., Mr Junta Ctnty.lltar. .
flng farmer-a of an International Mr* l tll| ItMrM. KM fir.
Z2 lam latvrday slain' 7 p.m. ebhardt went on. "Richard 7 to 0.The which left a mile-long path of f ilHtl Ctnty, MMr. P...Olt 5sNd i
"< lend'As a Noire Dame native of populous Hillsborough Vigil Chrlatianaen district called her In. I hit her with my following rules will be hi coffee agreement This misery at LaRose. .i

: : alumnus, sb* Republic aa County-wu rubberstamped by governor for Florida will serve flat effect: tasted both houses but was Tornadoes were reported It IlL PIOIINCI .;**. Pspr.lI.
-' vie presldtBtUl candidate .the Democratic members of the blocked by House conferees: who alliano Golden Meadow and .. tar 110.... Pltnwtt Byrd. tgt :
a* Installing officer for Toastmasters 'Richard went Into a rage andhit Girls must be In the 7-12 yearage ,
S: baa usual tubas neaents House during their caucus in International at t b her on the head again and group. Each must pay a SO- apparently wen Influenced by ChaJmette site of the Battleof M u=,.will..:r.-i.t: s:1.ii t

of a faa., Tampa. Ladles Night dinner meeting at again with a barbell" cent membership fee and enroll claims it would rains coffee New Orleans that ended the lOt _nvt ttnduiiliiB..../... tMrtX** two'sold....CMtmlNM I IM .5

Park Lane Cafeteria. When she died they decided In two dancing, skating. prlcea.Immlar.tlon: War of lilt lei wIS M 101 SresSlyw C-.w.
Other officers to be Installed baton crafts classes of reform to doway Tin twister at LaRose hopped der tile _eeN II N0wa a c.
the wounds were too severe to or one 055 PrwrM w SrN.I've. .
I Crash Kills 80 are Garnett Chaslaln, educational support the story of an accident hour each. with the present quota across the Intercoastal Canal N .=r N.LSh, -

vice president; Ernest They went out on the patio : The group will be supervise systems. This did not get beyond and knifed Into the heart of the M.Nnse.r MlMllll, IM MNNrtlf tt I"-I IMM. 1TMCKtoe '".

Langford. administrative vice II (be darkness and talked for by Bob Braswell committee hearings in thing community on Lafourche Mn, Ftormj ly wM : .;
TREVELEZ Spain (AP) Whether this meant the plan president Harry Fuqua secretary -four hours plotting their next either branch I layou. rnnwry* tnt Ip.Sod WM Itg1 55 liIvW InPIMMM *K'..

TIlt wreckage of a French airliner exploded In air or tilt villagershad ; Dan Sphiks treasurer; -- ......... M S nuLMP. y ...... M
seen debris falling from the and Tom Anderson move Legion Post ,_ .y" sew eO nssmwr'
serjeantatirms .
was found Saturday high n BMIW ONRft.
point of Impact on ll.MJ-Joot About lam., Cebnardt reentered Purse Thief Leads rlr0. '':.5r1 .I ol. tinnily
on a peak In southern Spain, the Alcataba Peak was not known. the house and shot Worth Meets MondayAmerican I Cops .Mr ou. m. Mr. Ciy* Byrt
cN_ III.yYtI.. MrMn A
j5: bodies of the N persons aboard I AD aboard were reported to be Peace FeelersKUALA I IIIctoD In his bed. ".MM M,. CMf ..... Jr..IM .

scattered over the headstream French'or Mauritanian TIlt After daybreak they took canvas Legion Poet K will On Not So Merry Chase .' Mgt-'W.1 Nose... Irm. Wae,0'*. Mn.wmiim. ISw.h. K

,,of the Valley of Hell, Civil plane's ultimate destination. was LUMPUR Malaysia tarpaulings from a shed to hold its regular monthly I ......M.... luti<.* wntl i M.h0'I.w. _
f* Guard reported. Nouakchott. Mauritania. CAP Malaysian' Prime Minister wrap the bodies went out and meeting Monday at I p.m.. ac Mgt. W111W' adren_ .M wwm.

t: Some .villagers reported A Civil Guard statement said Tunku Abdul Rahman bought clothesline to tie them cording to Commander Ray Pet. A suspected: purse thief who led by deputies who hid nearby /lva.A_-_......I..."s'0's _

seeing burning parts fallingt 'the plane appeared to be off reported Saturday that Indonesian and dug up concrete slabs from Uford. and the 1MMS membership allegedly offered to return Ills In the woods. The man alto -

t from JhejKy Friday, the day course after leaving La Palma President Sukarno has put the garden to weight them. drive will bef in. loot for a US reward was m concealed: called for Mrs. iTtin.,_ ....r>.mii. .*Hr*.Mr... *eievtiA"n>*r CM

the 415111 vanished on a night de Mallorca for Tangier! Its''I out feelers for peace talks to Not until tilt following nigh Other business to be discussed ftchua County jail Saturday Godwin to come near his biding CSell Mad VtHfH tS T....";.ntkw MKl'MtMr Mr.

.: from Plrll to Africa the Civil next atop The weather .In the, end the bitter feud between the did they drive south to dispose said Peniford. will be pro following a two day seared by place. She refused and be t Ittf aa M Ml Htn BCiwxir

r Guard said. area was reported good two Southeast Asian neighbors of the bodies In the canal TheyCABS :wsals on enlarging the lounge,. miffs deputies. stepped Into the open brandishing -- won M .IMe.t B*... L I.SWIM tatrk wed' a

'-- the possibility of selling the The suspect. Identified as David a shotgun.He MO. C/.MMy sear O.. ..

Legion Home and locating In a E. Wintams. Copeland Negro quickly disappeared Into MM. tl OHM WOt"WM..TMUMl a all'MwrtJMr ...

: 'k i'N new area and how to welcome led efficert ea a confusing the woods eluding pusuing deputies. *..-..... .wM....M.. ...- N Musa

visiting tegkmniares during aD chase: Menday when. Ira Ethel The next day. he called s.5ail H I.41 ...... N'snwGataettiil.

r MI' : .,. University of Florida football J. Godwin Ml SE iota Ter. again warning Mrs. Godwin

a8'- 'Ii ''-----:''-' .... """ \ lames; here.War ported her pane had been "there will be trouble If you
.wa'.. .. '. i"- ..... bring anyone with you." Son

.. .....:- .. Exhibit The ease lost its ratine aspect The second meeting was arranged V
.. Tneeday when I man eaD- but this time
., -- deputes ptAarledZ KtnlneB eOtOSUTIOM
',.,.. .(, \ Slated Today eel Mrs. Godwin, told bar. be bad arrived ahead of both IIn. Godwin -
t .. tilt and would retail and her
.... I .pent ID'IIIrtouI caOer Z
.. .' ... ...;. :... .. .. !t .J '."_ __ t'\ I A special warfare exhibit I eat tm Ma OS. Near the aces they discovered Fhea. 6e/ueYnra. Fewd
\ -- ,, .. ..\ sponsored by the heal attachmemt Mrs Gedwta reported the a ear which was later found tobatonf .Need w e.aewdPie
....,.....' I. I' .J" .. -._" .I of Company C, Ma call to the sheriffs fcpartBent. to Williams WI lOW Peso Been

\.. ..". .... ..:r.. Special Forces, Florid Hattie-after the caller repeated his The cash pone enhance Ft.ddl.,

\ .. f at G..... Is scheduled thai aft teiephaoee altkasde a second teak aim sees after hot tat VATS IT ]
ermoa at FhWs ....... Met tame, depatie* went to she Godwin ,.hah* thief. earn agate escaped wsi" 4*] MAIL tiMe.

M NW !led BM.1e hem* and kttcrtepud I'' la* trap. Deputies qufcsdyorganised $3.0

1r -4 ... ah&tt features airborne herd call recerdbg ft* _'1 a search party eaastotavj > ANbe

ecuII& ...... iak rarcati *. a tap. ,..... ef several officers and B atr eel.Ich
tile phoaer ta his I but their efforts
uniforms and camouflage radio bloodhounds *f AutM IWMU i iI
M and communications eojuip- hid ea abstracted JIlL CoV 'ware frattleas.

'*; stem and automatic ....... 1 win toiBMthtai ta a weeded Officer belly caught .p wdl as w.awe W.bewS ad ale M..

+ A team of experienced pen- .ana near W. UMreNty Av*. t tI with WaUaas Satorday at ate a..wreea w wwW5.0p 5. v w

troopers will be on band tooastrtte dam- I Mrs. Godwin went te the appointed H* was held for tavestttatta .,sup lwiC.r
of theft.
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USlverelty City By RALPH McGILL

: : HISS .="'../ SOS sIre.IIS.; TARVAeUONI M..a.r. ..- ......Cis5e.Ir. IO..Cs.YL/h.... ..- --q 1 -Thou And. nest thereafter, one *, ,the

of Lee Oswalds may be living crime has been committed,

:f. THE SUN'S POLICY j undetected and unnoticed In but prevention, and this Is a. I

The America today, and tw! records responsibility of organized
art f I. R.port Chi mwt fully and Impartially In the IMWI tolumni.f show that many a mite ciety today. 1
of the Sun In-but only In-.dltorloli.
2. Express Chi opinion
: der and assault
many Just a few days after
+ 3. Publish all ildii of Important cantrovtnial 1._.. s
Innocent hu steady
Viet Nam persons Kennedy wu assassinated -
The All 378-1411 been tbli i correspondentwrote I
: Sun's telephones: departments f innumerable
:" i /individuals In them dispatches:

J' of crime over the "Os sld wu a confusedman :
II '! i 'Cause'From wit I and! neither American '

.. Warren Commission there Is lesson which
: ., one nor foreign political Issue s
OIl the Warren Commission Report produced that confusion the ;\

2rhe report of the Warren Commission the closed minds of such people. But Edward 1957 G.-13 Lansdale Major General was- plainly teaches, it la that .first place. He was the victimof

sensible people: will recognize the the American people-through life. He wasa
on the assassination of President assistant to the Secretary of per' an unhappy \
Kennedy should resolve 'the Warren Commission report as an ex Defense. His earlier creden- # their federal, state and city man deserted and isolated. '

d&ibts of all reasonable people ..boutto' haustive, competent, trustworthypiece tials include that of adviser to / the governments-have attention that the not problem given It', a familiar mental story depression.of what \

act of vic of work by men of Irreproachable the Philippine government brings on t
"cruel and shocking of the criminally: Insane de Friends can be helpful, as the .1 1
during the Huk (Communist)
14 e" of Nov. 22, 1963. The com.108' character and Integrity rebellion In that country; and serves. It requires not merely medical boob tell us. But In Pour

review and study of the from 1M4-M, during the yean punishment and watchful-: self-centered lives, where '

fats are impressively complete in t The commission's conclusions verIfy President Eisenhower wrestled time Is so precious, there 1 Is

eyjry conceivable detail. The Judg- the generally accepted conclusions with the Viet Mam war. LON -EXPECTED EVENTChina's a tendency pass by thebrokendown -
b e.i
of the commission that Leerijrvey reached at the time of the asaaaaination he was adviser to President human Ings
nit the
Diem. who need every day
Oswald was the assassin, by government officials, warmth of human love and

that he was part of no conspiracy, newspapers that covered the events General Lansdale hu written understanding and, finally, If .

that he planned and executed the Irrational and local police..They are supported an article: "Vietnam: A-Bomb all else fails, the benefits of

deed by himself Is support further by the conclusions reached Do "We Understand Revolution psychiatric treatment and
? It is published In the
ed| byCaverwhelming evidence and independently by Secretary of State October Issue of the Foreign even The hospital stories care.of the tragic

isjhnassailable.ffhe :Rusk, Defense Secretary McNamara, Affairs Quarterly. Senator By RICHARD WILSON ern delivery system. A state. Into consideration In the test minds have
Cewbs ...... ... end of disordered
Treasury Secretary Dillon, C. I. A. Goldwater and all others who lianas department spokesman said ban treaty proposal and In been told toes. Simi

commission's conclusion that Chief McG nli,'Fi :B. K Director HaE:, have been demanding ". WASHINGTON, D. C. -Secretary that the United..... moot- the debate in the Senate. ,lar Incidents: many are happening ..
Oswald murdered by Jack .. ." have them of State Dean Rusk' luring and detection: system
L war can by
vet and Secret Service Chief Rowley. responded has shown no nuclear OFFICIALS HERE believe afl around us every day, even
acting alone and without assiftance reading General Lansdale'scomments. promptly Tuesday explosion that Chinese husband
Raffjy, a Duclftr.elpJo. within families\ as
** to broadcast reports that SB China to date but
from any individual or After a study which 1nch ded'.uch **** *_,_+..., Red\ China may soon explode that It would have done so sin would have s strong er wives commit murder and

grjup,, also is backed by the most detail M 'interviewing every known The struggle began during Its first nuclear device with had there been such an explosion. strontpaydIoJopalfmpactparttc. : sons or daughters resort to
rough search and analysis of the President Elsenhower's ad-' a statement that such the Far East, and the weapons of death."
evidence, person who met' Oswald during his ministration. It continues. The I be the case.'The .' Rusk said."It'has been also all over the world ..because -, The Warren Report confirms -
and is undisputable.
brief trip to Mexico and the reenactment Viet Cong (Communists) have Secretary of State said known since the ISSO's that of the Chinese doctrine I these .earljt\ m p r e salons.

those who are trying to use the of all the key phases of the grown stronger. The, South such ta explosion "might the Chinese Communists of the Inevitability of 'war. It tells,tf how Oswald's
The Chinese and the 'Rus
Kfhnedy assassination tragedy for tragedy, the commission 'could find Vietnamese governments occur In the near future" have been working to devet mother, ,who bad been twice
mans are in direct and Violent I '
have failed : her children
after the oth married, placed
evidence for explanationother one 'and. the .United; States had op a nuclear device. They .
tical purposes of course will deny no any conflict on this point;: a< ''in home due to I
er, to attract popular u po' orphan'\
taken this Into account in Ha not only failed to sign but
th commission conclusions and label than the original one that port. But General Lansdale's conflict which Chairman M- lack of funds It tells how a

thfm a whitewash. Both Communists Oawald acted alone. sound thesis is that this is military, plans and forgetting test strongly ban oppose treaty. the which nuclear has! kita S. Khrushchev has said' remarriage r e 's u 11 e d In
but one of several Some experts have been has gone far beyond the Ideological divorce) after several -
"people'swan" separation
a extreme rightwingers already .. predicting the first Communist been signed by over 101 coun. ,
a caning the Warren Commission The commission did not find that ,', In which we win be' Chinese nuclear test in tries. The detonation of a stage. and reunions.
drawn. The hour Is, he admits The Rusk statement was The report tells of a "gradually
first device does not
there negligence mean
cofer-up. gross 19M. It la evident, however,
Intended also to the
terribly late. But he believes assure deteriorating school reeGrII"
i part of the Secret Service, the F,Ii. I. that Rusk's quick ,confirmation stockpile of nuclear weapons world
be It to consider that the United Stales of bow Os-
necessary and young
Soviet Union baa been and the eta modem ,
| propa..4dfllq presence
or Dallas police. :But It did find a deplorable the war In Ita."people's" has political overtones incase had taken Chinese nuclear wald allegedly nulled out a
g the world for a year along such a last should occur delivery system ..
.. development into consideration.
lack of ,\communication nature since then win be : pocket knife durmg an argue
th| general line that the assassinatlojp among these agencies and inadequate more of them. before the presidential. election : ,THE UNITED STATES!: Officials said this government ment and threatened to use

was a plot by right wing elements \planning of protection for President General and give Isnatot.Barry has fully anticipated the possibility has been In consultation It on-the'wife of his halt
Lansdale notes the Goldwater the
in the U. S. A. to kill a man Republicannominee of Pelping's entry Into with other governmentson brother. It tells how Lee, when
Kennedy on his visit to Dallas. Thereis three general reactions. One a new point of departure the nuclear weapons field the new reports, whether "remanded
wins working for Far he was 13, was
wu peace. no reason to believe that the precautions Is that we should get out for attacks on the and has taken it into full with Russia or not was not for observation to

rig: it extremist groups in the U.s., taken' were less Intensive preferably by having a negotiated Johnson administration nu account in determining our stated. Youth psychiatric House, an Institution

oiCthe other hand have been prop. than on other presidential trips. The settlement. Other persons .clear policy.Secretary military posture and 0 II ron All the nuclear Issues are m which children are kept
want to send in a half Rusk has challenged
effect that the nuclear
agindi-ing to the weapons pro- strongly enmeshed In poli
observation or'ler
for psychiatric
commission believes much higher
million '
troops, air force and Senator Goldwater t'
Vas "order gram. We would deplore at-1 tics. President Johnson Tuesday .
of the ;
milder president court
detentkt. tending
of be assured and "win" the A several '" I
degree safety can pres- army war. : during thepresidential In '
JMspberle tesUhg Jill face flew to the Nuclear *
ed by the international Communist, appearance er rtsnmltment to :
: Merits and made valuable third plan Is to proceed along of "
recom- serf almost
year \ tffory mage by Bomb Command In Omaha, ,
I a chlUfiarlnf or.Clllltodialln-
co aplracy. our present course, but On Oct last the Chi-
alTothenations "
'mandations to thii end. to protect Neb.wlUl Manllo BrOllo, the
=: stitution such aa a training
Increase the and efV iiese
Minister Chen1Yl
quantity Foreign ; a
(the from
believe: atmosphere further
whowant" Secretary General of the "
People toy the 'school.
fidency of aid until It over- said that Communist China -
oontammauV. and begin
to North Atlantic: "Treaty Organballon. Oswald's mother told!
However it recognizes that abso- Young
that President Kennedywas would
propaganda comes. probably, not be to limitations .
put upon a The inspection tended of
) assassinated because of a Communist lute protection can not be assured prepared to teat Its first nuclear the commlsiion, her visit
But the General, who watched spiraling arms race. to emphasize Pros I dentJohnson' .to the home and how her :
plot or because of a right. unless the president were to be lock the long struggle of the bomb for several years Officials of the Johnson administration concern with U.S. pocketbook was searched "be-

wing plot will l go on doing so. In ed In the White House and never exposed Philippines to overcome the and would not have an effective : expect that If the strategic air bombing capability ': cause the children ta this
general, these are the same fanatics to contact with the people. Huks, and who witnessed firsthand for striking power He Chinese explode their device as well as with an effective home were such criminals,
the failure of the Diem many years. la the next two or three NATO command, both
and had been in
to believe that the fiends,
who are willing made the statement to dope
The commission's report Is Inconclusive government to attract peo a weeks the opportunity will\ of which have been under fire that
offenses -
federal government is manipulated in that it is necessarily neg ple's support, reminds us that group of Japanese newsmen be given to Senator Gold-I by Senator Goldwater. criminal this, home anybody had
by$ mmunl.teln key positions, that ative. The commission could not this Is not Just another Wit visiting here Peiplng point Nuclear out that experts it water to claim that his nu- Knowing the high sensitivity to be searched. In case the

Dvfjght Eisenhower, John Foster Each of the general categories clear policy has been right, of President Johnson to
that were bringing cigarettes -
prove positively no one conspired could be true that a nuclear parents
of he Including\ his vote against the the several lines of Senator
Dufes, Adlai Stevenson, Earl War- reaction says, i"device" could be or narcotics or any-
with Oswald but only report thata exploded
"falls short of understandingthat test baa treaty, the discussion Goldwater's attack on a variety recalledher
and other outstanding public this and still thing.: Mrs.. Oswald
rev year not a nuclear
meticulous search turned no of the of national defense
up the Communists have let contingent use problems
servants "tools" of Communist "bomb" for severs son cried and said, "Mother -
are a evidence of such conspiracy. It could loose a revolutionary idea in .limited power nuclear weapons observers read Into the I want to get out of here.

conspiracy.. not discover : Oswald's motives but Viet Nam and that it will not years.EXPLOSION OF a "de- and greater discretionto Johnson activity.the deliberate There are children In here

Or they are the misguided foolswK& only surmise them from the detailed die by being Ignored, bomb-" vice" could show that the the such NATO commander in Goldwater Intent of attack countering- the who have, killed people, and
ed smothered using weapons. by trying
are willing to bellev4hat a ca. portrait built up of the man's personality by liS Red Chinese have mastered smoke. I want to get out."
Ideas, he reminds us, "do not The probability of the ultimate to show that the Arizona sen '
ba of Texas oil mflllonalres, indus his family life and background die In such ways" nuclear: fission or fusion but Chinese development of ator's charges are unfound In one\ of the reporta In

arid his behavior. had not necessarily perfected nuclear was taken .edPLATOM 1953, Mrs. Evelyn S. 8Ie&II.a ,
ordered reported weapons
trill tycoons and generals A fourth concept is that we a usable weapon or its social worker who bad Interviewed

the killing of a president of the Chief Justice Warren and his fellow oppose the Communists In method of delivery. both Lee and his.
States in order to set the Viet Nam with a better Idea A delay In Red' Chinese ; mother when the
Unjted -- y"..I,; boy wu confined
commissioners have
performeda .
and It In such .
support a way nuclear development is attrib- LH Youth House
for a faclst military dictatorshfcj. Wee.. to report
slap difficult task very ably, and 'the na- that the people would be free uted to the withdrawal of Russian ed that, while Oswald had

tion owes them its fullest commendation to make a choice. A political support and to technicaland suffered serious personality
base would be established. Political ONE: AT A TTMB COACH.
facts and reason make no dent in and thanks. Industrial Insufficiencies damage, "if he can receive
R goals would be stated which have developed in the Gator, Coach: Ray Craves to Quarterback Club: "I'm not help this be
quickly, might
Ole Miss next week. But then
founded on principles cherished Chinese looking forward to playing I'm
by free men. There would system glad I'm not Houston playing Ole Miss this week." repaired to some extent"But
Speculation that the Chi-
I Lee Oswald never received
then be commitment to enable MIGHT MAKES RIOT
Toice of the nese may be ready for their Florida riot critic last week's UP that I help, soys toe
People the Vietnamese to move first nuclear blast was broadcast Said the Alligator's on Warm Commission
I toward these goals. The on a network Monday "victory celebration" following Florida's win over Mississippi and adds "Few Report
M United States, he feels, cannot night and questioning aboutIt State: "The riot wasn't as well organized as last year's after : h agencies
: longer escape responsibility occasioned the Alabama game, but the same feeling was there. If Florida even New York were
: a statement by
On The Sun's Page the riot afterward wiD St. equipped to provide the kind:
Opinion this area.To Rusk read to reporters Tues beats Mississippi" put Augustineto intensive treatment that he

0tII'-a sad _..... .. s.. ....... we wdmne to MM Yaks .* ... >...I* <.1.l.... Laity the argument endow that another one day "Such an explosion ALSO shame.SEEN AND BEARD FROM THE BACK OF THE: MOBDon't needed, and when one of the
... Ie He Nt ...te SM wards ... HUM to ........ as M.r sue SM i reminds us that this was done make the Information public. brandishing a lighted torch. .
W advantage wu never taken
Arainst government. ,The' same holds particular made many "pious In Malaya and the Philip- Rusk said that it would bea SMEAR TACTICS of the chance given Oswald."
Paying true with respect to the wivesof noises" during the campign pines In both these campaigns long time between the detonation Cried Goldwater followers when vandals retouched Barry'sbillboard It Is no answer to the whole
there he said picture on U.S. 441 with red paint. The sign painter, f'
Wve Travel state employeeswho last March against the very was, one of the test device problem to say that the Secret
chooM to accompany Idea of partial compensation great lesson learned: there and possession of a stockpile a lefthanded one no doubt wasn't' moved by the sign's words, Service should have been

EDsTOR, Sun: The action their husbands ea business for the Commissioners but must be a heartfelt cause to of such weapons with a mod- "In your \heart you know .. right. more vigilant .let Dallas, or

by "the" Gainesville City CommisslsMrs trips. turned around to vote for the which the legitimate government that the FBI should have been t..

to unanlmo sly Only some (and I by no proposition of paying for his is pledged a cause POTOMAC FEVERBy able to transmit more Information -

voting that the city should means all) of !the large private wife's travel expenses. which makes a stronger appeal about Oswald's recordto

pay travel expenses for their business corporations of Elected Commissioners to the people than the JACK WILSON. Cewles Waahiagtoa Bureau the Secret Service. The records

wlvesfto them on the United States to my should face up frankly and Communist cause. This worked of thousands thou- .1
accompany upon
the Nimbus satellite died when its
In and the announced that power
Malaya PhIlIp' Agency .
The Space
trips Sakes by the Comrals- knowledge, pay the travel candidly to the problem of a orbituary notice. sands of "crackpots' are constantly
alon en dty business t la poor expenses of ...... The' City reasonable partial compensation pines.forward Dynamic to symbolise leaders and came supply failed. We scientists: call-this an- betas filed ta government ,'

ly reasoned and based lack < adequate. WormaUoo. business although there spend on city business. Councilmen with .... asassslble to fad out
It runs absolutely counter to are many people m the City In the vast majorityef The original great cause in Translation -He doesn't agree -- where fitse todrriduels areat 1

the usual governmental provlskoj ef Gainesville wbe have repeatedly cities of the size of Gaines- Viet from Nam the French was independence colonial It'a been a pretty clean campaign though.' LBJ calls GoMwater a demagogue .. a given moment -least

covering travel expenses regarded at as their villa have done so. Do In this a It and :Barry calls him a liar, but neither one has even hinted that the other of an, to discover that one tahidden
power. aspect was
of elected or appointed private preserve. That they GamesvtDo Commlssl o a ers on the sixth floor of
officers: of government andemployees. continue to do se to shown have any less frankness and akin to our own revolution. is not an enthusiastic a tag building where it is

by this move to convert the openness! But.her revolution he says, the tragedy her ef Goldwater the President assart rally aaid anything ,la this campaign.. easy to conceal a weapon and
that says
Neither toe Federal government ,public funds ef Gainesville to Salaries\ to Mayors and "Benedict: Arnold" was successful What with Lady BIrd. Lynda Bird. LSK Basses, and Hubert when does he gala fire a shot uuubeerved by a
nor the Stateof private entertainment Councilman in Council-Mana motorcade containing Secret
Ho Chi Mint chance
Florida nor MM vast majority As one who has repeatedly\ get cities with to 100.- helped Service: men.
by trained cadre, disciplined hJ
of local government urged that City Commissioners M population, according to a party embers Henry Cabot Lodge who ran dc.peaident in 190. la up In Canada The tragic: fact remains that

units permit payment of travel -, and the Mayer be given Municipal Year Book 1964, by the Chinese and Russians provided explantog Viet Nam to the prime minister. Second election Ja a row that crones Bke these will happen,
of but those a regular .at Mayor (71 cities and there is ere sure to
exptosM any salary pert payment are: report- changed the goals.\ Cabot has eat out way
who are regular employees! and also have secretarial tag). J highest salary 10.000; The article _______ prevent shale But there is a
and en ...*. made avertable. k median salary: ll.KO. Average il1en&th1- provocative aaaMaaU. to reduce their 8IIIIIIet
er cosMltante help ) ; and original President DeGadle SUM 1M Mm mt with kin e. hit Uw. e( [

ed geesmuenUl busts e s L them. I fW their action k salary: $1)14. For Coun- This revolution has gone oa Santa America. He eve brought akwC. two .experts jvat U leek after hb and possibly prevent kt hidu -

..:>s wives ef UX Cangnsaeea "btckJDI1ato" the matter of eUmea (II cities reporting, for a decade If the hour Is subjunctive sals from resorting to crime

er Senators accent- compensation by voting travel highest s .1.l r y: $s.coo; median not too IsIs it may yet beheld -- If their personal fives can be

pasty teem M trips their expensel expenses for their/ wives salary I1JOO. average together At any rate Mystery: Why doesn't some ale Democrat notify LBJ that the election is. aided early enough and before

an paid by their lam clumsy and beside the mate salary not given.GLADYS General Liiudale gives an appro* ''fnf, so he can postpone those iwupnlitH" tnM and get busy trying towin criminal teadeades real

bard., set.,by the. federal point. One Commissioner m M. KAMMERER answer and a choice. votes? 11| take root


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Rogero Innocent in Tax Case I I I


TAMPA (AP) Al Rogero come taxes J "false and fraudulent Joint in- Rogero. a native of St..Augus; alias County Commission
who vaulted from football stardom The jury, which received the :me tax returns" for himself r.tine,coached football for a time The Indictment against him
it the University of Ftorl- case it 2:37 p,m. last Wednesday and his wife during the at Clearwater High School. Later was returned by a federal grand
da years
to a successful niche in the reached its verdict at 2 28 .
: he coached at St Petersburg Jury in Miami last Oct. 11.
business world 1956 through 1958, while he waSa
found Saturday was p.m.Ten High and Florida Military /lendemy : "This IB shocking to me because -|
Innocent road board The
by a Federal member.
Court minutes later, the port!) gov- I'm aura I paid the tax I QtLLITVI
Jury of
charges that he I'MIimt'said
cheated the Clearwater businessman for Rogers reported He served six years as chief people evert penny I owed." Rogers SCOMt'
government of In- i O
mer member of the state road income totalling WW for those rotation officer for the Pinellas said at the time 'Thank I I dL
I I board-stood to listen to the tears and paid ft.803 In taxes County Juvenile Court, then entered the lord for our Jury'system because -,
Rubinstein 'Hit verdict when be actually earned $113,700 the real estate and Insurance it Is only there that a clt
Foreman J. Paul Conover of .nd should hive paid $ business and politics He,hen and these tax agents meet
MOSCOW AP) Two recitals Tampa a Boy Scout executive.I 'The'deficit was listed 172,091'1 Is a former member of the Pin on equal terms," ,
by American plaolet'Mthur told the court: "We find the defendant -000 vThe .
Rubinstein hive stirred such '
not ,' --.J- '
interest in guilty on count one FOR LESS THAN THI COST OP A COKE
Leningrad that
many not guilty on count two and not Atlas of Florida published
musicians and art critic there ." A DAY, You con hav top quality ufo
guilty on count three by the University o. Florida
cannot Saturday.get. tickets, TISI said Rogero closed his eyes tightly 1 1I Press, is the first book of Its insurance rewords safe drivers. noon to ,P... ,
I and raised his shoulders in a type in the nation i ;
The Soviet news agency said,huge sigh..The verdict brought '- I II
Rubinstein who arrived !in Len.''to an end a trial that began M The' college '''graduate over r ,
''I Ingrnd Friday, will. give two days ago. I his lifetime will earn approximately -i I
concerts in the Great Philharmonic The three-count indictment $180\ .000 more than the
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I Reveal Details of Tonkin Bay Clash

Political Bug Bitten Bryant? LONG BEACH, CaL (AP) had sunk one Communist torpedo afternoon= patrols l {
I One machine gun bullet hit the/ boat and damaged two oth- Lt. (J j.g) Keith Bane of Lou '
I destroyer I Maddox, and two ers.Two bard. HI., gunnery officer m th. <
"" ;. ;,. .. ... torpedo missed by 200 yards days later the Maddox Maddox, said two torpedoes hal \
By ALLEN: .MORRIS session! ,"'fofTJisCahce t generallycan has four-laned more miles of for a majority' of the people of When Bryant leaves the door when the Maddox fought off and the destroyer Turner Joy passed by the Maddox less that s \
4 TALLAHASSEE be counted upon to create highway than any other. Florida to think "good old F..I oPen to a possible future race,;Communist torpedo boats In the were attacked again. Said Dean 200 yards away '" j
About the I hit one of
Gulf of Tonkin. Abney, 33, of Harbor City "We saw our fire
only thing certain of Governor the Illusloii-of candor and Intimacy ,Taken singularly,each of these rl*" whenever ,the .Bryant ad perhaps for Governor again or", These .details of the Au,. 2 ,Calif., boatswain's, mate aboard their ships In the water," ke ,I
Farrit? Bryant's future Is that much desired by polit- activities is a straw in the wind ministration( mentioned. It is for United States Senator, he'engagement were disclosed by the Joy: "I thought I was seeIng said. "It started to burn and ,j
there are no certainties. ical aspirants that to some observers points ,only natural that he would want very likely simply recognizingthe crewmen as the Maddox returned -' the start of World War in." came dead in the water.", .
m the direction of another I
At Governor Bryant moves There have been other recent these is a straw in the po- to have people: regard him asa lesson of Florida political here Friday after seven The 'Joy's crew said they believed Comdr. Robert C. Bal 1hart I
.activities months' Far East sea duty. : Jr.:, skipper! of the Joy, of nearby \-
around the state on his Jaycee- moves that seen to be susceptible wind'that to some observers good governor. I history.If :, they had sunk two boatsn ,
The bullet'mark was still the second engagement.Capt. Sunset Beach told how the f
sponsored speaking tour, one to the same interpretation
In the direction of ,
points another -
question recurs in the minds of .For example, the Governor has Taken in The personal letters may have Bryant did go back to the here, a .JO-caliber-size. dimple Herrick: said the Aug. 2 torpedo boats had struck again
political! observers. written lengthy letters to numerous political race. been motivated by the same private practice of law for the on the destroyer's fantail The J tight started when the Maddox Aug. 4 when the two U.S. ships I
That question old friends In various aggregate, these same ob- sentiment Like many busy pub rest of his days, he would be crew said the torpedoes ,had was about smiles off the North were 63 miles off the North. I
Is; 'do the I parts of the state 'Governor'servers. In believe other they words are, these conclusive -lic men, Bryant as the days I the only Florida governor in been tracked m sonar. Vietnamese. coast on a Sunday Vietnamese coast: I)
Governor'sspeeches Bryant Insists these are "personal" run out quite possibly feels this century (excluding Dan Crewmen IBid the Maddox j
Cracker analysis are convinced the he has neglected friends had beat attacked,before ,the
and letters They do recall many McCarty, who died In office)
his other recent past associations and discuss name Farris Bryant will appear -with whom he was closely associated not to run for something. Apparently firing started. Said Capt. John AIR CONDITIONING ,
activities ePolitics some aspect of State govern- on the ballot of some future during his political life the liking for politics J. Herrick, of Garden Grove, CII" u. for'quick .Hil.n',air condition.M. I
sage another ment of special Interest to the statewide r:-e. time. Too, possibly becauae that enables any man to persevere Calif.r flag officer of Destroyer R E PAI I R or hooter ....Ic.. oft
far Yet, as Governor Bryant prI- some members of his staff were for the governorship Is Division 192, who was aboard: Tro/n.d and .pe".n"d. 1e I
campaign recipient.The e.rvici
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public office? vately suggests, what may be overloaded and others were not to be satiated by havingonce "It was a deliberate attack on Reotonobiu dlspolch.1I rates r ;' 24 Hour servlc.
To friends who inquire, the Governor also is sendinga pod politics also could be good lacking in a sense of public served there protestations their part. Their torpedoes were Service on oil" moIL.of equipment (
Governor suggests, with I a column about State government -business for an ex-Governor returning relations, office amenities may by some departing governors on the way before we fired our ALL AMI.'CAN.' All
twinkle, that what he II doing to newspapers, an Won to the private practice not always have been what even to the.contrary, notwith first shots." Ph, 376-8268. CONDITION Na CO
may be food politics but equally mational program started a few of law. Bryant would have wanted. standing. Maddox crewmen said they )
months for the first time.
he elects ago Of ,
good business If course one reason for the
And the "Ask Your Governor"
to remain in,private life. current informational proceddures -
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tapes are being of which
Some of these friends are con- again to radio stations after,a been urged- some upon Bryant beforehe have a ii iliitail;nLi::!l I:;lfi iilliiliirilll.::. !ie Y 't:4a.,. =tidil lilts
vinced that Bryant Is not merely protracted lapse even came here aa Governor s '''" fAV ,d fmi'' =l jl"
and that Instead he i i t I:
being coy A press tour of highway progress may be the very human
simply wants to keep his po.l.tlon with Governor Bryant desire on his part to leave the -t' : '
flexible possible.
as as '
making parto f the I Journey, most favorable impression possible -
believe that an opportune
with the public when he itl
I could be considered in the tame
will run.I
situation arises, Bryant
I category. It apparently was Intended -goes out of office.It .
If It doesn't he is perfectly prepared -
with I to dramatize the claim well could be thai he would
to be lawyer Bryant
that the Bryant administration like, more than anything else,
his shingle out for clients.

for The the format Jaycee usually speeches employed is '. WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE-- L : ",

of itself to suggest to work!
enough Don't chance o heater that won't
some that the whole awing of Call today for our pre-season special! l ihEll i F; =ja oS10WtSirE ll fl I
the state is part of I plan to I
strengthen the Bryant Image .
and lay the groundwork for political :HEATERSCLEANED QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED .
availability after he stepa PRICED GOOD THRU OCTORBER 7TH

down as governor in January.The wt.-ssls._ ...-o..Ts/.Nr, -/.e e .

program has included a ..II\. .
reception, a press conference ..
with representatives of local I 11< .
media, and an apparently Informal I
(but actually well- .Call now before the first 'ONLYcold 325 100'EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON *2< AND WeD BRAND =
mapped) speech followed by to ovoid fighting '

questions these from obviously the. audience.All are useful. a temperature balky map heater tumbles'when and the 1 EXTRA Ground Beef 5 PKG T5' ;

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Sunder, October '4, 196* CalneavHIe l SunLIGGETT 'A

,Truck Tips, I Time to Beware of Home'Mishaps I 11A

2 Men Go Electrical ,I

Fall can mean one of two ter of concern to local a a f e ty Unsafe conditions in homes safety program school safety I
; things the autumn season or officials, who note that I sat and unwise use of space cause was also emphasised by Lighting Fixtures
To Hospital an accident. year more than 13,401 persons most falls which could be pre. the safety committee. ,I C Rtt dos .I a Commercial!
The last category is a mat- feU In their homes and died vented. i Motorists are warned to watch a 'Industrial

A skidding truck overturned I A checklist Issued by the out for school children on bicycles CALL
Gainesville .. Alachua County' Reflector for 2,.
on WilBston '
Friday aft C. P. Dressler
Bachman Gains Promotion Citizens Safety Council warnshomeowners 000 bicycles have been sent to min.
crnoon aending two men to the to aurvey the condition area schools by Minnesota Mining Electrical) Contractor
hospital and slightly Injur D g of stairways, waxed and Manufacturing Company Phone FR ..'191 '
" two others, Gainesville! police In Correctional Division j floors and alippery bath tubs as part of the countywide 910 N.W. 4th St. REXALL DRUG STORES, ,:;

, reported. Another phase of the group's safety program I I. ____. 1019 N. MAIN ST. vol.
! Officers said the truck, driv. TALLAHASSEE Louie L. Florida State University where r n GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER the
' Fsinwrlght, director of the he was president of the student tai.
: en by Rudolph Cos; 22 Willis. McCollum. 1124 W. Unl .raltJ ,
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Florida division of $22.95 .
corrections. body in 195047 He was also -; SAVE Dearborn e.Gresham.
ton, apparently suffered a mechanical has announced the promotion of president of Omicron Delta 1324 E. University -

failure, hurtled across David D. Bachman as deputy Kappa National Leadership I 12 W. University tber

the highway and struck a utility director in charge of inmate Honorary, a member of Sigma .............N 0 W !.....-...... 13th Phor., 1522 N.W 13th St., ." rls.'lng..
I pole, then turned over on Its treatmentBachman Chi Fraternity, and Is permanent ; .
aide. : has been employedin president of the FSU classof I SOLVE YOUR J y
; the division of corrections for 1957. He has been active in HEATING PROBLEM SPECIALS yInthce
h, Cox and one of three _ RESTAURANT t .. .
passen aeven years his first assignment the Florida National Guard and, BEFORE IT Gin COLD "
ten 0 C. Graham Jr. of Wdliston being classifications officer l- graduated first In academics I s
escaped with minor !injuries. for two years at the Florida and second over all In his OCS I WITH THIS PRESEASON \ FRIED CHICKENDINNER 110t
J Bradshaw, Willis- State Prison. He then be-, class at the time of his promo-I SPECIAL 1.VVr t
ton and Charles Strong, Archer, came classification supervis o rfor tion to 2nd Lieutenant. He was I I d t ,. ort
were taken to Alachua I With each model listed below _
I three years and personnel' called to active military duty' rem 1:
Hospital where they were in officer for one year at the I' during the Berlin crisis of 1961.'I' I we offer you o p' r r 9
$22.95 BLOWER FREE i
fair condition Saturday. Glades Correctional Institution.I Bachman' professional activities I .s t
i 1Totlt\ damages were ,$3,150. Bachman most recently has include membership In 30.000 BTU Heater with blower
including"|1SO to the utility been administrative assistant to'I the American Correctional Association .i Heats up to 800 square feet. I .... TWO VEGETAILISDISSERT .'a.... f
pole. N! charge were filed. the director, a post he has held Southern State Prison, Regularly priced at' . 72.90 en.
since July 1M3 I Association and the Florida I II PHI-SEASON SPECIAL "'.'5 I > CUFPEI OR TEAfACIAL t '''.1 alu
Bachman Is a graduate of Peace Officer's association He I en-
Police Fife'Report aineavllle High School and the I is married, baa 'two children' 40.000 BTU Heater with blower. ,,.. ...
and is making his permanent; Heats up to 1325 square feet till
residence In TallahasseeCONSERVATIVES. Regularly priced ot . f 82.90 IIId

Waldo ,Author .' ADVe"'IM'- I PRESEASON SPECIAL ,.'S TISSUES ,s. ,

Publishes BookA .ft
'eeIIIatIDvoInd Reaadap j BOXES OP 400'$ bIII
1 Terms c.. B. Arnae.d. Daarbom
In accidents reported HEATER 29e VALUE c
by the OahwsvUla Mica Department science fiction book by Wai- i BUT HURRY! ,.b lit
and the A II elms ,iIo author Mrs. Blonnle H. H ?Olt will H Iftttnt lt.I.rie..i This offer -m
good only w through ,
County Sheriffs Office duringthe I Bruce has just been publishedy ; tauntrf ..d kum... r i COOL CABINET UP TO I.
1 October 3)) 1964 Discount Frtt .
put M hours were: I Carlton Press of New York. e.i/i..,;.,. which w. >..f-.4 l........._ :.. ._ ........._. 40,000 ITU FAST HEATGREEN'S WMt Ml IIMII a.w sw MM. M 1 iii f
The book, "Far Far Out /"It.iIoI. fine M uf VIMconirafMt
Linda L. Limiter, Rt. 4 and ooli"o.. CMMIW
Louise B. Whitehead, 60S SW j deals with life In outer space I..i.... Stnvt .0 wt olloctiao( WltSPECIAL A
Sod Ter. at 11:20: a.m. Saturdayat I.and tells the story of a man w* tov kM ......... fcr ew"eOllCaIN. ) FUEL .sera !id
SW 2nd St. and 2nd Place. who is transported to the planet -, ./. ....11011. _bviA.. Utter You Receive A
Eden, where he lives with i,..". ... .lIell p. IA.d .
Joe Gethers, 433 NW 4th SL Free Turbo ...,. The Quiet
,U W. Univ., Ave.
else people who live there and had oaf 'or ,._". L.r.dwNrypock. RAINCOATSruine
and Adell Stuart, 311 NW 4th lower, Keeps Air CirculeHnaThroufh
"o..icl. itt ..I,1ot .neetop.
want to teach them
Ave, at 11:40 a.m. Saturday at and skills engineering N "&.,114. l" 101.r FR 6-5651 Heater And IAiNCOAfl-MIN'I ei UI''S'' .
1! fanning I' "
NW 3rd Ave. and Commerce SAVES YOU OASM!! '
Clifton IL McDanlel, 1124 SE The 71 page book Is available Wifo. N ,It. Jolt" snot Seoi./T 1.00 YalUI ....... e ':
.Imw M."d.u..HI 0217'
at local bookstores.
4 4DIId 29
27th St and Burl Shade, m NE:
cs'.ae ::
Ter., at 11:45 am Saturday "
I DttH mud Price .
In the .1000 block of NW 5th ale Mil KHII ClMH MM UNt ..... .... I. MM '

Martha H. Banks, HI NW 15th
DrIve Howard L. Johnson, 313 ...
NW lib Av*. and Robert F. .

BUtch, 16U" JMh Place at wsmsxGmntfown ...
11:25: a.m. Saturday at W. University CEREAL BOWLS it..
Ave and Uth St I
ruiTio-uioi utt-Aiteim COLORS
Bessie M. Flemmlntj, Oviedo'
and Allis M. Hall, Waldo, at Ii 1 r Yolu.
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11:23 a.m. Saturday at N. Main Mr
i St and 2nd Ave.
I Bonnie Tadtock:1520 NW UthSt Frtec . w
and Kristin A. Carmen, I 30 poy 4 em. Mt o.rf-0 r. .W riW ass w I.
2101 NB 14th Drive. it 11:Najn oY
Saturday at NW lab Stand ZMoAth
Uth Ave.Thomas .
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and Addis A..Porter, 4111 NW BALL POINT PENS .
13th St.. at U:38 ajn Saturdayat
N. Main St.and 23rd Blvd. Pius -
Tornrnl Weston, Alachua and '
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Donald L Kinser, 1301NE: llthAV I l r 'C'

*., at 10:24 a.m. Saturday In CMSMMOlfMHHl 4'iraACUILI w .I n)

the 500 block,of W. University, FHe . "
Ave I SAVE 0 V E R $11 PtiwMfh9CMIWCOnMTfllMfS ; w.a .M null-IIMII DM IhH ass M. a> MM If
John C. SheIy, 1411 NW 17th (
St sad a parked car, at II40: I II k"i:
p.m. Friday In the 1300 blockof
I W University Ave. ; J JUkt "ACI.j
Rodney E. Rogers, 155 Sun- _"" '"r oIt);,. 1 '
land Circle soda state road ,- t'MI Q1i'ku PLASTIC APRONS
sign, at 11:* pan Friday at NI4 "- muum HTLOMS 57ClWUI' ..
Willistn Road and SB Uth Av*. ABa.RT11BOION ;
.01ll-IlCi. 'z 12' 1M
Rudolph A. Cox, WUliston. 7ft.. it" ralhls "'"'"
(jingle car) at f p.m. Friday at _
Wllliiton Road and SE Uth l 48.w t T....... haw aykn Mlntororf ooutr*alkeepa '

Ave. shape alter many waahlimlimBrlafc 1 t Prk . =
Glenn ... tentt. 20tt 81 "1.,sf.f' give oomterUbU aqpport.M to' 40 Simon ....w w arse. ear. M. tin -
II l nib Ter. lid Rate L Davis MO MONfT' SOWN...MS wettlyDarable .PrlW 1s _

Rt 2. at 1:50: ..... Friday to e nylon salsa ataina,dirt aad wear!Feel ;' ...-- .
the III block of M. Main St liaurioaaaadatfcoU In 16 decorate oolora. r CetlasbrbadoloW.fall .....;. '
dear W. Babb 3306 NW I .........tM.4'tsrk ...ilrswua ..e.p 9 t

St (single car) at 5:SS p.m. i..
Friday at N. Mala Stand Uth RAIN BONNETS

Ave.Dalton r | POI CAUTWO PVMfIf :
Reddick. 505 NW 2nd
Av*. and a parked car, at IH: YeJwO 'v:!::
p.m. Friday' ta tilt 101 block ofI, 5fUITICOlM -
SWMAvt.JerooM I Jlaee.o Priem .
Singleton It. 1 and I S wa..r..w. s..N OW e Sl. taa
Florence. Cammage, 2037 NW A. .
7th Place at 4:21 pm. Fridayat
S. Main St. aad lit Av*. r
OM1 W. 1'IaIeIIIt, 1M M
10th st. ant Cage* P. Mac, :
Lowell at 4:. am. Friday at PLASTIC COMBS
SW 13th St and Stk Av*. GIANTS _.
Ellen ... McDonald. 1430 NW A ul .. ANOITMIM1 w $Tlaar
Uth St. and Eddie C. Thomp- I FAMOUS MARK ...
ton, 402 NW W Ave. at 4:Upjn S TRKYCHS ,- 3e saami
Friday II NW ad Ave. .dSrdSt __ _
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Ert Avc and a parked car, at I .w.rr. RANNB14M.IOiDUMY
11:21.: ... Friday at 111 W. u--1./Jr-WI............ 1t.hat1NI
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/ )J County to Begin Writing New Building Code Tuesday

"",By NORM UCOE tor. I(lilts odors build up in rooms I these houses meet specifications ject. subdivision regulations an
r; ? : Son Staff Writer He pointed to several problem the building an annoyance ," Davis said. Davis said the proposed'health regulations. ,
: Alachua County officials will Aimed PrimarilyAt areas, which he said and possibly a hazard to I The commission chairman county code probably will bea Gainesville has a build I n,I
..r open blank legal ledger must be brought under con- health. said the board is thinking now stripped version of the code to cover new construe
a Rural Constructionthe trol to Insure adequate struc- Wiring. Inadequate wiring of a code concerned almost model code, leaving Just don. The proposed holism I
Tuesday prepared to write ture. These are1Foundations Is a fire hazard, and also solely with structural stand enough' to cover local needs. code would set ralnimuTi
Into it a new building code and footIngs. -I causes uneven current flow ards. At present, the county regulates standards for existing buildIngs
to, Insure quality construction Davis said some builders when wires are overloaded.The I No plan Is on the table to construction activity Intended for human hat
throughout the county. courthouse In Gainesville er incorporated areas. pour footings so shallow county' Intends to set require licenses for plumbers through the plat law the Itation or use.
commissioners will I The aim of the new code The proposed county building they crack permitting buildIngs reasonable minimum standards electricians, carpenters or oth-
County will be to put a atop to Inferior to settle and crack. craftsmen. So long as his,
at their! cod. I. not related to thehou.lng Davis said then hire a er __." rke .. TRANS
take Up the subject unsafe construction In Lintels. These tie the full time building Inspector work meets standards Davis, S.clel "b.we.s
i : regular meeting Tuesday In new homes and other new code under study by roof structure to the rest of to make sure builders live said the commission feels I Central HeatingM
, .1 buildings.At the City of Gainesville The the Inilding I'I up to the new code. that anyone in the business 1 ConditioningAvoid
& Air
' present no enforceablerules city housing code draft has Framing. This is the In the past Davis said I should be allowed to earn a
'r .. Talks Slated cover construction standards been tabled by the City Com bones of structure. Deficiencies -I new residents come to Gainesville living. the rush tm toot 'Install a "be-
economical TItAN unit now at CQO Ctwetn
a in the county. mission while budget studiesare often are covered up by and have to buy by The 1963 Legislature by special woioni" special plcol. Compltttly ingfjv
"i' When shaped and put into in progress.G. siding and wall covering builder's reputation or the appearance act gave the county power stalled and guarantied for ei low 01 .. .. .
:Yp' On Library force, the new code will not M. Davis,, chairman: o f Davis said. Weak roof I framIng of a house. to enact a building code. NO DOWN PAYMENT. tern t. 5 ,..".
cover Gainesville or most oth- the county commission and permits sagging a nd "I believe home purchasers The law provides that It may For Free Estimate
prime mover for the new regulations cracking in time. are entitled to some sort of not be stronger than the ALl AMERICAN
Pll a AIR
Resources 376 8268 HEATING
said he long* has Plumbing. Plumbing that assurance that some Inspections Southern Building Code a CONDITIONING co.
.t Barry BackersPARIS been concerned about shoddy Is not properly vented will be mad. to see that model document on the sub- Llc HH t-Ira*J- Insured
Public officials library board construction methods used by
and staff members along with AP) The French builders. Dave himself if 'a
interested citizens will meet Friday official Government Journal builder and masonry cootrac-
to discuss improvement o"library said Saturday a French Assoc-
resources.Keynoting latlon of Friends of Goldwater
t 1 the meeting will be had been formed. The U. S. Department of Labor -
I Gretchen Schenk a national II. The sins of the organization Iso estimates that Florida's )labor 2 ad BIGWEEK.1!I"r
t brarlan consultant and library "unite the friends of Sen. force will increase by 1-
t r textbook author. Barry Goldwater and to inform 271,000 workers between I960 &
public opinion of his activitiesand and 1970
After the keynote speech a
symposium composed of Ralph his ideas. ,
I Turlington, Robert Drlggers, There were no immediate By 1970 enrollment In all Florida L1L'
Jack :Baldwin and Hayford 0EawaH 'details on who formed the asso- Institutions of higher learning -
i win discuss the responsibility iation. to expected to reach 211,000 r \ t
of public officials to v
ward library support AUTUMN VALUES!
State director of library. extension A Reminder: w :
service, Verna Nlsten- A .
,;" dirk, will explain the new Library
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I magnate Maxwell Joseph has up to $1.500.00. s _
) bet 1140,000 that the Labor party Covers to and from school end school r n
f win win Britain's national election sponsored activities.

|I Laborites Oct. IS.lose.But he hopes the 24 HR. PLAN $13.00For : !
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J "I did It more or less as a your convenience complete this application and_ ta6s1OOI:
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i mail at once with the correct premium: ,
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r said Joseph who owns more
:Ithan 20 hotels a nationwide '
chain of movie houses, a bank OBoileSlOO a: 24-hour$1300 5
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, St today.mere a new way of fishing I sold through approximately 22 Cost of the unit will runaround Falls--Stock Market TooBy

distributors in the Unites States, $300, plus the additions ,
:c First, you set your line forJfa Atkins' Puts Out and Atkins said a new outlet cost of the different sensors.A .

J certain temperature. Bait Is win soon open in London England similar order Atkins revealed THOMAS E. MLLLANEY lion, retail sales and many other gests that It Is still quite min
, :,.r* out of fashion now, according to Delicate Heat Sensors is being readied for N. Y. Times Financial Editor facets of the economy. or.
do Robert Atkins, Atkins Technical shipment to Israel next week.
I "These are special instru- Judging by the low per-
Co of C goon fork JEtotr. The rising level of corporate And
II' Gainesville. ments used for temperature and Building such complex instru- NEW YORK -After Its buoyant investment now under way obviously centage of odd-lot trading! (now

Atkins' company m a a o f a e- citrus grave to'the heat Inside vidual wires to a central thermistor 'humidity measurements only," ments Is a delicate business, he performance during moat requires a growing volume about If per cent of total vol-

.. tires precision t e m per ature an oil wen, or temperature of will b. used to check he said. noted. But the most important of September, the stock market of profits for two reasons: ume) and other reports, the
measuring devices that can the atmosphere at high alti- out airplanes in preparationfor "Most' of our customers are i quality in a perspective employee suffered the usual consequencesof to provide an Important part of small Investor Is not a big factor -
I measure heat sentivity to the tudes. Cost of the units vary take-off. scattered world-wide but we do, Is a desire to learn rather such ebullience last week. the funds to finance the programs In the present market eith-

nearest HOCOth of a degreeIn from $50 to $500.A A recent addition to a growing business with the University of than past training and ex No serious erosion took place, undertaken, and to provide er.This
It different locations at the typical order has Just been community, Atkins brought his Florida." perience.Property. however. incentive for new invest memorable September

same time. fined for the French air force, company to Gainesville locatedat James McLeod directs the I Hesitancy also gripped the ment. was largely the result of a rtt-

But fishing is Just on. of the Atkins reported. 3608 S. W. Archer R 'j many purposes to which the device He speculated but said he years ago from Cleveland, Ohio. New Hampshire, Atkins said I n.y Martin vice president and economist The strong support pushed the
can be put. Other uses couldn't be sure, that the instrument "We really like It here," he McLeod did the principal work chairmanof for the Chase Manhattan market to Its best gains since
1 range from determining temperatures using a number of tiny on the unit for the French air the Federal Bank, observed: November, UB, to new peas
in various parts of a sensors and connected by indi said.Products of the company are force. Reserve Board, "Given the requisite profits, In the popular averages, and to
\ Sales said that "over lathe the outlook for capital goods a record volume of cndi I.I .

next ill BuslneaaBy will be substantially! better In I Business on tile New York
weeks we will the next decade than In Stock Exchange has been so
1 BUSINESS MARKET w..., have to electronics that the bit board could
So*. IMI Judge recent years. Machinery, heavy
J. P. KOM n N win to jKk D. KOMI whether there steel, heavy chemicals shut down for the balanced
\ ,uroRr .M.. IM tad tI ... ol D. I,
,..... ...".... HI* ....'",*. HO* Is to be a major shift hi mon- and aluminum are among the 1964 and still chalk up the fifth
REVIEW Y' 5 HMD _McDml. tnt wlt. to Suit, ey policy." Both the British and ,lines which could do much better biggest year In Its history.The .
Ftorc* N lotl I L XHI lit
WlwhtonM Mltlm, ft HI"" ...1IIt.. the United States elections are ," New York Tunes com-

...... IIJNiMorton) I CrkllMibtrftr .... M_ held likely to permit, or require, Steel executives first aired bined average of SO stocks
I ,MM. tomn MM <. Jort .. lomomK credit tightening dissatisfaction publicly over the climbed 2J.17 points In September
Businessmen Plan .. VIM, low V ill MIMMM fin. The latest Issue of the First industry's prices last July. And and the Dow Jones Industrials
; NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES OCT. 2 114,00kPWnni L. Men. to DovilM' I. H..... National City Bank's monthly last week another significantvoice rose ...* points. In beta
<.t No* Tort Ttmm com ?* win, LeI It MywM' SHBoth -
letter said heard the cases the advance was around
I was on same
Conference High Low Close Met Chi. "NNlfy M. WMdOu. N...... 5 MIrII "The Is theme that of Joseph L. 4H cent substantial .Indeed.
Tampa 0.w 0410 ...., Lot a N PMrM.. ,.... economy currently I per .
25 Rile . 14 .28 144JJ 145.2 Off .36 .
characterized by wide p read Block, chairman of Inland
..... ,
e. IM It TN a. CrawIM
I 25 Industrials 889.53 879.35 884.10 Up 1.72 / WIM Lot I* LIMY M.IM''. ..._ and continuing optimism, basedon Steel and the man who halted For the latest week which l
JACKSONVILLE Bailer win b: introduced by\ 50 Sleeks 517.90 512.10 515.69 Up .68 let...*.M CrM* vlto..*, IM win)SI M It*MM LICKS A.Wild. record breaking business the parade of higher prices in Included the first two trading

I slate officials, beads of leVerall! Robert M. Smith president ef K...O.. P..'". activity and an abundant supply the celebrated 1982 showdo w n sessions of October the marketwas
Or* K. MI M* vrito to MtyM I.
department stores and retail the Southern Division, A P lr*.M tnt wife IM 0 _... W Tmi of money and credit Industrial between the Industry and President at s virtual standstill 'The'
chains, and. S "businessman'spreacher" Tea Company,. JacksfanvDJe: I FLASHE MAKKE1By .*, S II. Imim lovMt tnt*Mtt.'IM It It MwtM Mt, Ckltty II.HIe I production, personal Income Kennedy. Times average eased ..N point,

from High Point, and Commissioner ef Agriculture Townni IMI ie*Ik II*_Lm., dim.MUM* M SKIM MOA no'I.lit. *. and retail sales reachednew No other group provided any while the Dow Industrial slipped
N. C., will be among speakersat Doyle Comer will be introduced ED MORSEAP Division had advised its steel Martin" CMtty tut wife to InMlfHDyion peaka In August and continued -outstanding price moves last !,M points.
*' the annual conference and by A. H. Daniels, president BalD,. News Writer suppliers to halt deliveries for M .MCIIM,. wlto II.1WI,_1 wed". W m._LMII III. strong in September." week. Although there has been Stocks that advanced totaled

business meeting of the Florlda -i of Burdine's, Miami. NEW YORK (AP-The stock two weeks because of a shortage .onto 0.1_N."IMI.,. OM.......* CtWrttV lllltM.Inc The letter also cited the danger Increased speculative activityin 171, while those that declined
Retail Federation In Tampa A. Westergaard will presideat 'market moved cautiously last of .t (. .,.... Crew MM IMtntti... of renewed Inflation, noting recent weeks, evidence sug numbered M2.Te .
I' storage space. ...., .
IM H M Country Clvk en UN.IK
October 11 12 and 13.
a luncheon during which week in view of the General: Acting In contradictory fashion *. Crow OF* IMimu, Inc. to that some of the things that I
Registration will begin at 4 Representative E. C. Rowell, ; Jan M IMMtiom IM n .* Ctwitry" contributed to price stability in
Motors strike. ., .
I however the market'Clu I" II 4M.luxtmorn 1 letter Serve Our Old and New Custemen -
October 11 In the speaker of the Flor. recent unutilised resources
p.m. lobby designate Trading simmered down to seemed to Interpret this of Oolimvlllo' Inc tolltcnor years I
\ of the Floridan Motor Hotel, fol- ida House of Representatives, I poor HmM. IIM, IM II III SubvrIMI of manpower, materials
the slowest rate In four weeks news as an omen of urgency HolfKN "f
lowed by a 1:30 reception given and James E. Connor, president W. T. OCMn end olto, to ewer IIKtllM and production are being 1 Jack Simmons
and which the labor
the popular market averages might push negotiators KM .'110 LM I* M MywIMUI4M .
by Sears, Roebuck fc Co.Business elect of the Florida Senate strained and "may not provide :'
will speak on "The Legislative showed trifling changes. to a settlement. An AIMrW.Ikw .. Vtnwi. tr.M .... as powerful a bulwark (against I
sessions will start at assortment of blue WI" _,,.,. UMWlllltm ,
As the previous week ended chips In other W'' LM II M "
7:30: a.m. October 12 with a Outloook. They will be O. V. (Mm.* MM wilt, to Inflation) If activity continues to 1 INSURANCI AGINCY :
introduced Glen P. Woodardof Wall Streeters believed that divisions advanced to give OMD L. Pollock, MM wlto, IM I M Wattil > accelerate."
"breakfast advisory by .,,_
of the
meeting -[ Winn Dixie Stores, Inc., the CM strike would be settled the list Its second gain of the H. Dtuntl$1.101e.Mr0 ... Will to Oorll While Wall Street Is concerned
of council": Colby Armstrong.under chairmanship Vln-- Jacksonville. by Monday.By week, although It was small. C. Murfky'. _tx.. HUM.Wlllltm wlto. .LM *l M CtrtlSiltiit over the General Motors sit- HAS MOVED :
Tuesday an air of doubt As the week ended, the Dow C. Mttar sod WIN to T. fm uaUon, It has not become
Fechtel of the Invocation at the luncheon ,.,..
tent '
president .
I : I 'I. r Ir. MM N. S Or Lot 14M
'Florida Retail Federation, I will will be by the Rev. Archie G. about quick settlement of the showed a net loss of 2.06 at HlgMMM' Court Mrar. 117..... alarmed that a lengthy shutdown from 418 N. MAIN ST. :

give a welcome address at ':05 McKee, Hyde Park Presbyterian GM strike began to spread over 87265 no-Hugh win)1Ow.A1.M., LM M Carol. H..,Polor.... .Mack....... with a serious Impact on TO-
.. Church and there will the financial community and The Associated Press average III 000Plr the whole economy, la In prospect
a.m. after an Invocation by Tampa ..._. die, to ails W can0M"
father James M. Buckley Sartred IM a special presentation to J. this deepened Into something of 60 stocks was down a 1 MM Wlto let II' HIMllKK) CourlMonor .
like apprehension by Thursday minimal .1 to 326 0. lit,MML Overall construction activity 3460 W. University Ave.
S. :
Heart Church, Tampa. Bumby, vice president of the I. HUM M* WHO wN JoM MSlMWom
f Mayor Nick Nuccio will presentI Florida Retail Federation. when stocks took a fairly In conflict with these aver- on.* wilt 0 ,
the city's greetings, after which I Three more state officials will sharp decline. Friday brought ages however, Standard & Plorion orM, LM will II to, M .O.....KlrtMlrkl........ ...on...* despite the drag by housing WHIRl THIRI'S ALWAYS ': ,
that the CM 500-stock Index showed S L, Kolly to Vlttlnlt .. KoilyM and other metal
\ news strike was Poor's Similarly, steel
Florida State Representative speak after lunch: Assistant ; M Oroon Acro |1MNorwerK PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE
William G. O'Neill of Ocala will State Comptroller Barren Ma- beginning to affect the steel industry a net gain of .15 as it closed at HOM on* .,It to LMlof C output la headed for new
.,. LM 1,. 11. II .II M Woo
I t I give the keynote address, "The whinney, introduced by M. B. since CM's Fisher Body 84 38. an historic high_ ,Ion* ,......, Ul.OM I heights si are power produc-

\ Sophisticated American." Smith, president of Falk's, I 0Yy
The next three talks will be Tampa: Attorney General ItlWti ,1 .iII __
( by state ff1c1alst Secretary of James B. Kyqes, Introduced by
/ State Tom Adams will Be tntroI -I M. I. Stein president of Maas
'. duced by Robert Macht, president -Brothers Tampa; and State
'Ji of Jordan Marsh of FlorIda Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner

Miami; Superintendent of 7. Edwin) Larson, In:
) Public Instruction Thomas D. troduced by Brooks Sk maker,
k president of. ",Uaon'. Department .
Stor, Gainesville.
Gets Retail James E. Gorman, general I +
manager of the Florida Retail
Federation Is scheduled to give

( Assn. PostJACKSONVILLE his annual report at 1 p.m., followed
by the annual business II
meeting and annual of
Donald A. meeting ,4 rxM
the board of directors.
Wagley, formerly executive The Rev. Tom Haggal of High
of the Northeast Florida
secretary Point, N. C., will give the principal -
Milk Producers Association
talk at the annual dinner,
has been named assistant general
which is scheduled for 7 p.m.
of the Florida Re-
manager The Rev. Mr. Haggsl, a Bap-
tail Federation, according to
tint, preaches mainly on radio,
James E. Gorman, general
' and 120 businessmen recently
jnsi,.ker. formed a foundation to help

1 Wagley's immediate major j spread his work as a "busi
function win be membership relations nessman's preacher" who Is '
but eventually be will known for a sharp sense of humor '
take over adminlstaatkm of the which he never permits to :: ::1 .. \
federation's education program. ,detract from the serious pest.pose .
In this capacity he will handle of his talk. He will be Introduced u uty
details of the federation's by E. Colin Lindseyof
I work with youth groups Including 1 Belk-Llndsey, Tampa.
achievement awards for Invocation at the dinner win

youth programs conducted by :be by Rabbi David L. Zlelonka p4
the federation. Grants are also > 1 1i of The Temple Tampa, and o 1i r a ,
i made to Future Farmers of ntroductions will be by Van H.
I America 4-H and to the stale's Priest of Van H. Priest Co.,
distributive education program. :Madison. H. F. Underwood of
Most of Wagley's experience 'Underwood Jewelers, Jackson !t o i
I has been In animal agricultureand :sonville, will present the Russell ;
related fields including : Kay Award and there will
several years as a district salesman 1 be entertainment by Miss Helen -
J for a feed company during I Bjetton, State Future Farmers -Ii M!
which his responsibilities\ I of America Sweetheart. The
eluded training of personnel advertising I final event win be a meeting
promotion, merchandising I of the Personnel Council at I zr

t handling group meetings 1.p.m. October 1 J, with Charles E.
and seOmg. Potter, vice president of Bur
He lives In Jacksonville. ',dine's Miami presiding. y..rT


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I II business brie If you enjoy meeting friendly people I:

.--- check the smiles at First Federal ,

FIRMS CRAXTCRED: I E. Hebe and Vistas H. Pool,
all of Gainesville.

I el TALLAHASSEESecretary State Tom Adams last week AGENT OTTO Twenty well-trained, courteous people will be glad
announced the chartering of twe Perry C McCrtf Jr, UU

Alacbtt 'County corporations.lacorperstan North Mob total has keen. to see you at Gainesville's largest association. '

ere not ...... IdssoJ *for eatISO1 ... They serve nearly one fourth of the people in :

fly.officers twa,companies of be companies.As are: [I State...Farm.U ,to-by the city who insist on Federal agency Insurance with Fa--t federal:

I Verona A. KeDy. tore.. 111I. waste Cenwffl- the strength and stability( of more than $30 million savings & loan association

W. M. It.. tfealbf!! to best. nsi'One in assets, more than 28 years of experience. q
. ...... sad appoaaces,7ai ata 01 G.-.m.
lIDda. Is safer!*! tosen I i.., You are invited to open your account at either 4 %
a lOAN MMANCI cOtPCIAftOtfomce.
meui sAvwcs
national ...
I shares ef eesaaei
UN park free. Your will earn regular -= nOCttl MOaH IOAN lAIC..,..
Hock at Ht a stare. bean I yeah!.. gar money ,,17

f raters ate E. B. -. sLF cemaaiyageasa dividend.0 .WID be looked after friendly people. 24 w. &HY8rt AVI. AT bD N. W. 121M 8T. AND 4114 AVL e II f.7Ut J
Cites end Julia Monshaa, *flef satf wives OrMerst 30. .
( Jacksonville.HeteKPoole 71 the SsMrasea Park Hetd J ..
ks Wssttaflea, a CAt .
Roal'IIIII114 sheet -

Metal Co.. M S. E. 4th SU a aeries ef kislaesimeeungs l
dealing in sheet metal and roof- McCnft. will. be OPEN OR ADD TO YOUR FIRST FEDERAL ACCOUNT ;

big business, Is authored to briefed ea coenpaey sad kv
sera 8M shares of cam es e a I!dustry affairs and win have BY OCT. 20 EARN PROFITS FROM OCT. 1ST i
stock at 11' a share hleerysrstoca the eppoctnntty to aertlrlpetess w
are Roy 1 Pool, Frank I, round table densarresa,



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I ly Mlilcla Spewed Tornadoes, Left Death, Destruction- I Ir

Refugees Flee HildaI
ay .6 ; + ti JT' r w t4 1

I On Hurricane ExpressBy

TOM JOHNSON Everybody seemed to be somewhat day by climbing aboard two
NN. w LAFAYETTE La. (AP) Jolly." Southern Pacific special evacuation -
"Boxcars don't ride too bad Williams, 38, a cabinet maker trains M boxcars In all.
1 after all especially if you are from Baldwin was among some The trains started picking
I I running to safety." 4,000 people from the Louisiana 'people up at Morgan City and
y Albert Williams paused, Cajun heartland who escaped added evacuees and can as
stretched his back and added: the high. water and vicious needed at each point on the
"All In all, spirits seemed high. winds of Hurricane Hilda Fri- line on the TS-mile route northwestward

... to Lafayette.Up .
to 50 refugees climbed
aboard each boxcar. Once entrained
,' they stood up, sat
down, slept on blankets, and
nibbled on foodstuffs fetched out

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: ; Reaching Lafayette, the St.
Mary Parish residents were
rr..w. MISSISSIPPI carried by school bus Army
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? I.' several community center in
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bbd a..l/_. Civil Defense personnel maintained
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Red Cross served food and registered 1
r .,_4 e.... the potential Hilda via
a'w. lins.
LOUISIANA uaw d' .1 Beside the railroad refugees
there are 11,000 other evacuees
v In Lafayette who came by pri- :
ate vehicle and other means,
aid Civil Defense Director John
wi"I k Iroussard. They are put up at

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estimated that IS,* I
TL 000 refugee had sought shelter
yw l here with 4,000 more going 30
miles north to Opelousas.

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said the trains had .been dis-
patched as a public service and
In cooperation with Civil De-
tense needs. He said a decision
CAF Win*** I. tin Sun .j, i would be made in the morning I
.1\. Death-Dealing Tornado ? on whether the 4,000 would be
t ; \ provided free railroad transortetton .
Volunteers. Pint marched SffhSA Kris?.. kir! after m H urracane Hilda-epawned tornado hit this LaHost, La. fishing. communlt back to St Mary Par-
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/a. By ED MCCUSKER The bodies! were laid out on charge of a shelter at a school, t r/
said there were six seriously
makeshift mattresses on the
La. AP The
LAROSE ( ) -
taken the
A ., '" side of a street that runs along Injured persons 'to
1f cowered shelter
M+ .> m: the bayou. A leveled home r
.. Dieu. Mon Dleu." loomed behind the victims. "But we have no doctors in
the shelter, he said
.. Down the road the bodiesof
,,,1' r- Ambulances soon wheeled Inis
." the first victims of Hurricane "We haven't been able to
the rushed
,: I rescue teams to
1 .' Hilda. They were covered with reach 11I). We've been trying.
save the Injured and
1111 { NC ,.M" JI; Indian blankets and rags and the dead. carry But no success. A nurse just
I"", ., ftif' other remnants of a devastating away came in. That' an we have.'
r rnr ." tornado spawned in the vanguard The Coast Guard shuttled Later, the Coast Guard flew m a
((A ..... .. Af {/ of the hurricane. three helicopters back and Navy physician. He said about
forth removing the oodles. 43J people had taken shelter in
.... : .. '" \ / "I. The tornado cut a 50-yard the school
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'" \' /, Bayou Lafourche fishing blood stains on his shirtsleeves "We gave the Injured whatever
? town, leaving In Its path the said his count showed at least 20 first aid we could," Callala
\ death of at least 20 persons and bodies. Civil Defense workers salt -And when the rain let
the destruction of 30 or more said they also had counted M up we took them to Raceland
In. khr homes. killed. But in the confusion the to the St Ann Hospital"
.. exact figure could not be
; ... With Associated Press photographer learned Immediately."We "The people were trapped In
Yrt Jack Thornell, 1 rushed their homes when they col.
Ix i" T$ ,. i'JIIt" "iLj ,, --" to the scene In this town U need doctors" said Ed lapsed,"Callals said. "They had
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By DOUGLAS STARR their plight-too late to registerand fiction which cannot be substantiated of foreign land within Florida. extended to the military reser- Ister. These Include 21 years of location of a part-time business sent telegrams Tuesday topervlsors
TALLAHASSEE (AP- ServIcemen vote absentee In their home In fact." Therefore, he concluded those vation. age a resident of the county for I membership in lodges and clubs. In each of the 14 cm

whose original homes states and Ineligible to registerand who lived on these islands were The result Is he said that the' six months and of !the state for purchase of a burial pK ban.j flea when military reservntio
were another state and whose' vote In Florida-and asked Translated, that meant that I It Ineligible to vote because they' federal government, no longer' one year and !the intention of account, cancellation ef credit era ......... telling them of K

current addresses art on military -the attol'lleYleneral for help. was Inequitable for Florida to were not residents of the state. holds exclusive Jurisdiction over making Florida a permanent accounts in ether __ par- Tube
reservations were on the deny servicemen the right to home. chase of a home and fflteg of .. day he mailed cop
But In his held reservations In Florida.
opinion Kynes military
voter registration books todayas Atty. Gen. James Kynes issued vote simply because they livedon a statement of domicile. lea of CM opinion to supervisors
voting resident of Floridafor a sweeping opinion that federal military\ reservations that since Congress returned Recently Kynes said the LegIslature Kynes' opinion left It up to the Kynes emphasised that each hi all p .-nUei.A .
opened the books many areas of Jurisdiction to announced It was the supervisor of to decide
registration registration
the first time In more than case must he Judged Ha I t k I'b the registration
a decade.It and poll booths to such servicemen And Kynes backed up his position state control-such as taxation public policy of Florida to con- whether !the applicant Is a own merits. But be reankssVil .beak are dosed for the Nov 1
and their families and with common sense and the old idea was no longer valid. alder that servicemen living on permanent resident But he listed
all came about after a cou- supervisors that the court ef election, they will reopen after
other people living on military court cases In other states and said returnedto military reservations should be criteria the supervisors could
ple of sailors and their familieswere Kynes Congress Florida "hav held that lbs best tilt ejection for registration fm
reservations. court action along similar line considered Florida residents for us* to make their decisions. t
denied the to the state Jurisdiction to tax I"
right registeras In Florida.In proof of one's legal reaidenc to local race:
voters in Duval County be- "One of the highest privilegesof motor fuels sales and use taxes, divorce and adoption actions. These Included Purchase of his own statement aa t* "where Additionally, Florida will eln

cause they lived on a federal a citizen Is his right to vote" 19S2, Atty. Gen. Richard alcoholic beverage and tobacco Kynes' opinion did not open Florida automobile license togs he says It 11."' a fowvor and Cabinet all I
military reservation long considered Kynes slut In his opinion Issued Ervin Issued an opinion holding taxes on military reservations. the poll booths to all servicemen and drivers licenses paymentof In aa effort to open die registration members of the Houseof Rrprwaatelhc -

an island not wader state Wednesday. "No citizen shouldbe that federal military reservations Additionally the workmen's In Florida. stele and county real or per- boob to servicemen. and : from the tountici

Jurisdiction.The disfranchised on technical over which the state had compensation and unemployment They still must meet Florida sonal property taxes cancellation their families to Urn for the 'and sesMssn from halfof the 43
Florida Times-Union saw grounds or based upon a legal no control were really Islands compensation laws were qualifications for voting to reg of previous voting records Nov. general elecUko. Kynes j hate dWrict in IMK

FOLLOWING V- Barry Hits Junking

"I The Campaign ns Social Security Hike i i r

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I MOLINE IlL (APCon- dislike unnecessary sec:1'tcJ.1:
p-ess' decision to Junk a bID particularly in dealings "with

, boosting Social Security benefitswas our enemies I
blamed Saturday by Sen. Th President should not be

s Johnson Calls Goldwater !Barry Goldwater on. the "selfls so "coy" about It, lie added,

I political purposes President promising that "When I am

Johnson. your president, I can assure you
The Republican presidential you're going to know what

1 Impulsive and Imprudent nominee moved Social Securityto going on."
a top spot among the Issue From Moline, the GoUwate n
4 of the campaign in a speech I In train headed for La Salle. Joliet ;a
WASHINGTON (AP) President -The Secret Service has no was unfortunate that Chairman Molina as he neared the end of a and the end of the line at Wheaton -
Johnson called... Barry complaints about his conduct in Wilbur Mills, D-Ark., of the five-day whistle-atop tour of 4.z
t Goldwater "the new and frightening crowds and in fact, believes House Ways and Means Com three Midwestern slates. The Goldwater special left

voice of the Republican that impromptu stops among mlttee had Joined Republicansto Senate and House conferee Washington Monday nigh, : yt

party" Saturday and said the throngs of people are one of the create an "Impasse" on the decided Friday to abandon anew whistle-stopped through Ohio
GOP candidate' recent statements most important deterrents to bill. He said he was certain Social Security measure Tuesday and Wednesday rolled a yQueen
t. s
risk Mills was sincere.Announced through Indiana Thursday and i r y r il+'
have bean Impulsive and I because they couldn't agree on I
;1Imprudent., I He said, "None of you need be that the Defense its provisions. Both branches of crisscrossed: Illinois Friday and

Johnson took scoffing Issue worried about my physical safety 'Department's civilian payroll Congress had voted for higher Saturday. In all It traveled .n
between now and Novem-will be reduced by another 2,900 ..timatedl,500 miles
. with accusation: by Goldwater monthly pension rates, but
.. that the administration la "soft I 5er.." And he volunteered praiseFor by mid-IMS and reported that House members balked at a Of the three key states In the Candidates J

\, on communism1 and Is trying to the Secret Service and the nondefense agencies this year'medical care provision added Goldwater drive only Illinois
keep secret until after the election FBI two agencies rapped In bave racked up annual savingsof by the Senate and endorsed by went Democratic by a margin .Three brunette vying for the 1N4 Homecoming Sweetheart title A the
a proposed treaty aimed at the Warren Commission report 1310 million through economy the President."I of 1,100 votes in MMColdwatar University of Florid are front left t* right Mary Arllakaa, 19 Junior from

halting the spread of nuclear on the assassination! of President programs. I am a friend of Social Security told traveling newsmen Clearwater; Carolyn Anne McDonell. 20. aenlor, WUIteto and Betty Jane ",nClI.
weapons John F. Kennedy. Discussing a progress report and I want to see I It the reception given him 18, nophomore. Coral Cable The Sweet heart will be announced during];!half
't, -Expressing concern that on a Pentagon study on strengthened," Goldwster silt. during the hard-driving week of time reromonlM it the Florida "01. M..." ...* next Saturday Oct. It).
The President, communlal"chari dealing with Congress had adjourned without whether to continue the military noting that he had supported al politicking convinced him that and will reign' ever the ulanreU,'* 40th usual Homecoming celebration Oct.1V ;
the "soft OB acting on health Insurance for draft Johnson said Americans provisions of the 1 all three states would be In the *17. ,I
!, told reporters at a news the aged under Social Security, ,"want to minimize the use of measure except contro\WIlell GOP column this year
fr conference be bad read la the Johnson said, "We confidently compulsion" but will run no riskIn medicare scheme" The crowds along the way
>+ papers that"the new and frightening feel will find to He said the exceeded Schools J JI
we a way get military security. "Presumably" he said "the: met, and In some cases Females Dominate
r -vole of the Republicanparty agreement (on it) in the next study results will be available In bID the expectation of the nom-
1 was killed on orders from
was merely trying out thischarge ,
session. The President said it April. In.. campaign
,1 to see if it works." the White House just to dramatize .!

,F Johnson said he would advise Johnson's medicare In most of his speeches: Coldwater -I

;, Goldwater to drop the accuss- Hoover Warns scheme." I stressed the theme that Cause Maladjusted Boys
lion and suggested It was "the Against He accused Johnson of dillY] the Johnson administration ha

product of a third-string' ng cost of living Increases to been soft on communism ha. -
< jpeechwrlter" that got Into "Totalitarian Security" Social Security beneficiaries "in no effective foreign policy ha C Jfrw lark Oflaw I since 1170 the number of pie serious problem the professor

public print without "prudentscreening" ill attempt to Jam his medicare condoned evil In high place. By FRED .... RECHINQEIl graduating from high school ha. Slid.
scheme down our throats." has chipped away at the freedom Dr Sexton Is concerned
j N.Y. Times EesKaltoa Writer been greater than the numberof
work" before
I As for the proposed nuclear. O Shut York guinea five Intelligence Most members of Congress of the American people and NEW YORK Are school boys. In New York about about these aspects of the prob.
treaty. Johnson said Goldwaterwas By ANTHONY LEWIS I President Kennedy's assassination and of the conference comml has followed a course of "drift,' female enclaves: hi I ..,..'. .' lem: -Th* "femal characterof
"rather Impulsive" leveling WASHINGTON J. Edgar last Nov. 22. It said a tee Goldwater said favored deception and defeat. In almost world? An expert In education 113 per cent of iH school dropouts the school" stands In direct

the charge. He said be had Hoover director of the Federal wiser view might have led the many of the bill's provisions but all of them lie taunted the sociology set only believes ths are boys, she. added. contrast to "the strident man

publicly announced Januarythat Bureau of Investigation, warnedthe F.B.I to warn the Seen' Johnson "overruled them for President for refusing to debate. schools aiveieesaJrerjr, domi. Dr.jetton jeUeTos that, next. cullM culture" in whlth boys .
he was proposing the treaty Warren Commission against Service about Lee Harvey Os selfish political reasons." with him the Issues h* lass natal by w.mem'M sigMstt 1 -4 _"liars .... lie aclloo1. |)
and that it was put forward tightening protection of the: Unable to "wreck" the Social raised. that. this )It .kr sdrls dsTEtmr. ..ot fundamental arablam. li-, About; 71 per cent'':ot.n r'
publicly and discussed at length President to the point wald, whom the commission Security system by adding a After I weekend of rest M In school than ", .. -- --*- tat .... schools to (be ""gner 1J I teachers art women, : with a

at the Geneva disarmamenttalks. the United States would wh.r'j found the assassin. medical cart plan, Goldwatersaid Washington, Goldwster wl I Dr. Patricia) C. Sexton, associate conflict between beyi a.schools. d navy concentration In the elementary i
the President "decided to take tilt air Tuesday foi ." ,,
"totalitarian security. This conclusion Is known to to professor of educations Her research, supported grades, and the schools
"There's no secret here,. said ""I don't think you have stung Hoover and otherF. disable It by killing an the Improvements speeches: In the Phllsdalphl I, sociology at New York Unlver-" by tIN National Institute are generally "femallied" In ,

Johnson. "It's simply more absolute security without almost B. I. officials. They regarded both houses had arts and then will head for. Ity's School of Education has of Mantel Health will concen- tone curriculum and the be

evidence that Impulsive people establishing a police state," he It as unfair and some said enacted. California and the Pacific begun a research project on rate on children and teenagersIn havior expected of students. J
should get publicly briefed. said, "and we don't want that. privately that they thought In an earlier speech at Galesburg Northwest School Adjustment and Maladjustment lower Income famllls where -Girls mature faster; at the '
Goldwater has said that he Portions of Hoover's testimony -Chief Justice Earl Warren the Coldwater urged the of Boys." She. plans ho conflict to reported to be age al which children' tenter
has doubts about the wisdom of were printed in Friday's commission chairman h.d.n President to, "levil with the House Poll to pay special attention to the most winos first grade and therefoa make
the proposed truly became, he Washington Evening Star. It animus against the F. B. I. American people" In his deal- "boy-echool conflict syndrome" It to hi these groups that II difficult and fruatrsjng for
said,it might be signed by Com was generally believed here that togs with other nations.He which means the reasons why high rate of delinquency psy boys of the same age-to compete -
munist China. Hoover or an aide leaked the The commission report was said that It was wrong for Shows 99 many boys dislike school and hologlcal disturbance and academic with them.
Johnson said the Communist unanimously agreed to by the American readers to have to to sullen I
material in an effort to rebut appear put up a fight failure leading to chronunemployment 10" often regard scjpo| and
Chinese are "violently opposed" criticism of tilt .8.1. In the .seven members. The passageon I rind out through British press against It. Dr. kites noted that Ie pose the most work as 'slasv' and feminine ''
to any such treaty and that the Warren report the F. B. I. said that It was I reports that a nuclear treaty Favor Burns she said. Z r
Soviet Union has not acceptedthe written with the benefit of I involving the United States. The school
: has
said the bureau major
The report I :
idea 'hindsight. Brief note was 1 Britain and Red China has been UF CALENDAR alternatives Dr.
TAMPA (AP-Speaker E. C. Sextoo-coniln-
On other major topics Johnson had taken "an unduly restrictive I made of the dangers of too 1 nder consideration.The .
wed the
towell said Saturday that a poll "Adapt boy Jo the
told newsmen: view of its role in preven-I sweeping security menu res. American people he said I of Democratic nominees for the Week ef Oct. I-It Exhibits school is is now commonly at-

Florida House of Represents Events Oct. 141 "Artlsu and t.mptedby) trying to leach:
lives showed an overwhelming Monday-The Forums Com him more 'feminine Mlterni
Fishermen Florida Union
Nuclear Science in Spotlight Here preference for Haydon Burns for millet Book Review! The Cen North Wing Gallery 01 behavior and adaptation, or
Governor tour reviewed by Dr. Robert adapt the school to the boy.
Detwetler Florida Union Autorlum Oct. lit "The Colleges'" rests and ...Iu.Tbe ..." -
Burns, of Jacksonville
mayor 0:15: pm. William Paschner Florida Union ? later course, she suggest
Week With Dedication UF a the Democratic nominee. He N, might be achieved by
This at I. opposed by Rep. Chute Hoi- Tuesday Lyceum Council Bryan Lounge "
giving boys more pr-chool
ley of St Petersburg, the ReKibllcan. Presentation: Hallna S I e dvienlewsks Oct. 2-. "flint' a s dPalntlnp"
and them
log starting In first
pianist; University ) by Professor P. R.
A aerie of programs) in Bleu Auditorium of the Physics disciplines of chemistry, physics rlgan, director for physical science Auditorium, Ml: McIntosh grade at a later ago these girls
]] elected Medics! Sciences I
Rowed speaker a few ,
accenting the University of Flo Building.Dr. engineering, biology arid facilities in the National Lecture: Investment I to compensate for their slow
hours earlier at the House Democratic Building, First Floor "
rida' keystone position In the Glenn T. Seaborg, chairman quantum theory. This close l Science Foundation's Office of tanking," Robert F. Bans LouftI"1 maturation.
nuclear sciences highlight a of the U. S. Atomic Energy proximity enhances cooperative Institutional Programs; Francis Caucus said at a I al.ter. Florida Union Johnson Oct. HJ "Poalfr I Dr. Sexton's research may

two-day dedication of the new Commission will make the dedicatory investigation and economic me L. Sthmehl chief of the health conference, "I read In the newspapers : Lounge, 7:71: p.m. Mbit" featuring seven prize also have to deal with the frequent -
address "The Binding -of several! weeks ago that, winning posters by Swiss I charge that lilt education
Nuclear Sciences Building Oct on costly equipment.Dr. research facilities branch of the Thursday Young Artintn artist
t-10 on the campus. Force of the Atom. J. Wayne Reitz presidentof National Institutes of Health Dl Holley<< said b* had polled Democratic Series Laird's International Haas Falk, plus works 01IIY..I 'of girls Is often restrtated by

Formal dedication of the $L2 The new building, occupied the University of Florida vision of Research Grants; Bar members of the Howe Marionette Concert Theater, others. Building X, tira. what school and socUty considers

million building will take place since last spring, brings under presides at the program. Other ya Harrison Jr., chairman of H. asserted that a majority' University Auditorium 1.1) .. to II noon, 2 to S p n. the proper curriculum
Saturday morning at 10 a.m. one roof researchers from the speakers Include Richard Car. the State Board of Control; and would rather" work with him aa pm.Lecture ,weekdays. for .''rla. -.

-........-., ..- ...- I Clarence D. Weaver pastor of governor.He said he had asked that a : Dr. Irving (;.,tl\- -
Gainesville's Grace PresbyterIan man "The Emergence ofelfare I
Church. poll be taken, and II of the Canada"
than 1M Democratic nominees
sr I A nuclear sciences technical'program more for the lU-member House alherly.. Room II. 1 M pm.
Friday Lyceum Council
presented by faculty contacted.
were Presentation: Chad Mid Nil I I
I J members 1s scheduled Friday "I have here N ballots that
Trio I
i Florida Gymnasium,
afternoon In Bless Auditoriumwith
are signed by Democratic nnnvInres 1.1)
Dr. Union E. Granter of the House who say they
'' Dean of the Graduate School: prefer Hayden Burns" Rowell Agricultural Erimoml cs
Seminar: Charles' B. Xhuman,
.. I presiding Discussion of the said. President "tilt 4 Cycls Automatic Wa h.r
) a
ply'Jealscient'e.! begins al I 30pm. .
Rowrll a Sumter County leg Farm Bureau FeoVraimn
Dr. Harry Sister chair later, said he did not take pert 4 CYCLISAvtenMtl \
McCarty Auditorium I 00
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man of the department of chemistry -
III the Holley poll.Herald m. /eil1 *
; Dr. Robert thrlf. chairman
-Nuclear Sciences Technical I
of nuclear engineering; Ill., Pihwr TokWetsrUvIC
Dr. Stanley" S. Ballard chairman TribuneFor Program: physical Sciences e

of the physics department, Bless. Auditorium phy- .wfT4
are the speakers.Discussion Johnson i .. ....... 2:96: p.... Medel
-U Idewta, Bless Auditorium 0 W t w*TsMllpOMtVflstli1 A.$00t31.d
of the life sciences NEW YORK (AP-Tb New

,and their relationship to nuclear York Herald Tribute on Saturay Physic Building 4
'programs begins at 4 pm. Dr. night endorsed Lyndon B pm.Saturday Dedication of T.tS > $119

Frank W. Putnam chairman of Johnson, the first Democratic Nuclear Sciences- Building I *<*ey LU SwlNh
the presidential candidate the 1
Department of Biochemistry nowpaper *-
!In the College of Medicine will has backed to Its IHyearhistory. II.l Auditorium. Physics, RUSTPIOOrCAIINIT
Building. It. 1ft. SpeakerDr. :
represent the medical sciences Clans .....,. Chairman j
osj the progrsm. Dr. George K. I The newspaper' said as M et Atomic Energy Commission IMAMCIM4 ON TNI SPOT "

;Davis Director of Nuclear Set- I editorial that M was -RepuheVan "Tn* Bmduf Forte of lacAtom. Ti., Coates *f Cradle Items
ences, win disease the biological before there
was a RepuhMan ."
new**. The talks are open to ''. party, has .been Republics Football: Florida I'ni- The VARIETY STORE

the public.. ,ever sure and win remain ReBut ersirjr *f Mississippi.Sunday .

Tears of lot Kuclrar Science pubUeaaV :- Concert: Edward
.N TNa
Building wall be available to the It said the choke W Johnson Treupta, violin Willsrd! 1.f. iN Ave. 9Quaal
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n. University of FtoUa dedicate thi $12 HUM .clear acWsxe public following the program ever GOP candidate .... Break, pima Medical Set-/

for Saturday *. the 20th anniversary ef th* first BMW .f ndiobotopt on 8iJc1.l Saturday and after tile football Barry.Goldwater ..11.c.. once Building Auditorium, 4em
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(NEW YORK (AP) -The Neil Alvin slammed his triple, tying Bob Chance to end the rally. Linn opened the Niw' York'Intentionally rtfllltag the bless,' I

York Yankees clinched the score and chasing ..Yankee The Yankees scored two runs first with a double; Richardson but proceeded to get Pepttooe.. 1
record-tying fifth consecutive starter Al Downing against Stange in the first Inning beat out a bunt and Minis drewa Trtsh and Boyer on pop ups I
American League pennant Saturday Mikkelaen replaced Downingand and still had the bases walk, filling the bases. Mantle I Cleveland got a run hack to '. I

their first under rook with the potential ties loaded with none out but lost an followed with a ground rule the third when Billy Mono _... t
double Into the left field stands :walked, moved up on a sacrifice !
Manager Yogi Berra by] breaking run on third,got John opportunity to break the game
whipping Cleveland 8-J on i ifiverun a ny Romano on an easy grounderand open right at the start when .,scoring Llns and Richardson and scored on Salmon's single
eighth Inning rally] the struck out pinch hitter Stange quickly settled cIowa.FLORIDA7 Stings then walked Howard to center, .

triggered by Bobby Rich DEG 5 '
udson's tie-breaking single. "
Ir 1 The Yankees' dramatic vlctory

on the next to the last day of: ;
M Mason eliminated the run
jfr er-up Chicago: White Sox trio TILT OFF

contention and brought the Net ;. ,
York club Its 14th pennant In '
toe last It yean and the 21th 1 bMi Hurricane Hilda smashed Into the Louisiana coast Salons -It's ahteMef. big letdown to be ready to play and"
history. day aDd forced postponament of the scheduled Saturday then DOt III able..," be II'". t

The Yankees, the only team night footbell game between Florida ant LSU. The Gators hit the practice Held Saturday afternoon after :.
aver to win five conaecutivi: their return for a light workout All attention sew to
rearhedntod I at Baton Rouge.
for Dec.
pennants, duplicated a feat they The game wan turned to till battle with Mississippi next Saturday
accomplished from 1MI througl La. but it was not decided If It would lie. played at night '
lag when Richardson: lined tin or to the afternoon. The team"will ataunbto today to take a )took at movies
6qJYANEEE of the Ole Miss team that walloped Houston, 114, Saturday,:
btU over the head of Dick How ..ft'. hard to figure eat whether it helps or hurts to
sir at snort.with two out In flu have a game like this l'' called off" Florida' Coach Ray Some of the players and coaches' wives' who left iarband

...... Craves said Saturday after.hf.arrived In Gainesville."On want to New Orleans, still had not returned to Cainee-
Leaped. High villa.late.....,.
Bowser, timing Us jump* per one side you have' N .think about (ha experience Aba many fane from throughout Florida were forced to

batty leaped Ugh! into till air, we misted but oa the otbR ) ndwe,shouU have tuna. remain to New Orleans until the weather........ .

but the ball popped out of hli to get a couple of players bask for next week's'game,'! The Qatar team flaw to Jackson, Miss., Friday and. waited

\ does and dropped right at hi l Graves continued.: 4 t' there until % csrna* of the postponement.J" .,
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when he singled with one oul
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TeRama avprislnf LM Angeles powered ,passing attack to API* unbeaten Boot "up. net offer right away, a P

win send ;their fearsome- Washington to meet the thrice- will bo Petnrer against > t !. ..."herd Mared relaxed fa the club- 1(
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and the BaWmore Colts Sunday ,- B..awns .... three storta, : } ,.nag th.. kates,, sad reliever ... a .U.1oII to the Now
In on* of the key gamed en.'a to at home to the Kaasaa Otjr opens loaf beep afcbfatM came on. issuing York1 Mets Saturday that .had.
( busy pro football weekend.There1 Dallas Cowboys ataaaa agtmt the Houston OiL lje.ft to Mickey Mantle oa a> dropped the Cardtoala into a
are seven Sunday games The Bears move into San .TLSM))4iTbi + [count, forchig to another row: tint place tie with Cincinnati!
In theKattonal rranclsco where they will find ttEsi A7 games wiH Retoa Reward than sliced a with one game remaining

twO to the;rAQue.nd IhVtfers playing without injured played tooMtoy night) I. '.itafk to center for two more The players also seemed re-
hall leegue. J. D. Smith. u Van and a single! by Joe PeplMM !land.
Gael Bay wilt tw 10...1 Detroit hopes to bounce back YkAs brought in the final run. "We canl took Mck..rd
1 tt ton victories Ja\-f r The rackers will.k,at bom* t6 Bay against the weD rested. ten VJkkalsen. who came oa torston haw that final game with. the

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d St Louie and Qereland, itba hi score 94 and allowed only Third bowman Boyer
only" .unbeaten. teannj .to I Itbsi i nttoburijh, getting good mils M hit before Pedro Ramos jllrr sOA .NP 11101 AFELT.1NTO HOME bad n stellar note, N"Welt
leigue'i Listens OeBferencejiare ige tram an ordinary offense, jet our to ftsHiMh. ,".ike St. Leif c.i. ?.. LaU to Catch. Him ,. I Just It ant and play
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: : MEW!: ORLEANS La. The only game In town Is be- Opal Graves, wife of Gator Head Coach Ray and Billy '
': : big played by a hurricane and It's neither Miami nor Pepper former Sun Editor who tame all the way from I'
Gainesville High. Greeley, Colorado to cheer for the Gators. ,

Most Hilda's I've ever heard of have been Swedish Mrs. Craves with that Intuition women seem to be born
( blonde,curvy and docile. Into, had the feeling Florida was ready.It .

: ; ,This new-look Hilda Is dark gray also curvy but mean was quIte a trying weekend for Mrs. Graves and
ir"t U only a scorned woman can be. three other coaching: wives. Originally, the "official" Gator
i party, wives and UF brass, was to have flown to New Orleans
';.; She started to huff and puff early' Saturday morningand Friday.. morning. Hilda's cutups forced a change to
; blew Florida's football game with Louisiana State a train at Lake City Thursday night. ,
':.;.-:.: clear off the calendar from Oct. 3, until Dec. S. That's a but several thousand more from North Carolina who
have to admit came hers Friday expecting to see Duke play Tulane Saturday 1
"iIi" mighty strong blow you'll of the wives bad to
?' ? afternoon In the Sugar Bowl Because of the short notice many
M,, .. Postponed football games are nothing new to the Gators. pass up the weekend.' They couldn't get baby .sitters.I
,' ,} Back In 1957 an ,outbreak of Asian flu forced complete They were wailing even before they checked In at various Accompanying: Mrs. Craves were Mrs. John Katie) Elb-
-' f cancellation of a season's opener In Los Angeles with hotels. The game was called off early friday nor; Mrs. Don (Kathryn) Brown: and Mrs. Charles (Virginia

UCLA. LSU Athletic Director Jim Corbett,waited 24 ,hours long )Smith.

That time The Gators were "sick In more ways than er. For many reasons. When the game was postponed the Gator party chartered -
t one." This time several thousand UF fans who made the One, the game was an assured sellout... With 87,500 fans a bus Saturday morning and started back to Gainesville
journey some (00 miles to see the big clash: between a. set to attend of be tossed
a gate $250,000 Is nothing to a step ahead of Hilda.
pair of the Southeastern Conference's unbeaten and elite aside lightly. Two LSU football officials felt the Tigers Mike Gibson who was selected the outstanding defensive

elevens of 1964 are feeling pretty low. would beat Florida and LSU wanted every game It could Pepper now a businessman In Greeley, bemoaned the back of the week on the G.H.S. post game show

I I The fans are doubly 111, as It were one, because there'sno get on the right side of the ledger prior to the selectionsfor fact that December will be the busy holiday shopping sea on WGGG Let Friday night Is shown, at top receiving
game Saturday night two, because usually gay NewJ the various post season bowl games. son. And no businessman worth his salt takes a holiday in his certificate of award.
Orleans off hand probably the finest place la the world December.
Most of the bowls) an filled before Dec. I, the new UF-
...."If to be stranded In by weather conditions Is shuttered. LSU date. If either be Gators or Tigers have a M or 7-2
mark at that tone, normally, they'd be In line for a trip. Lost Two Grid ShowsOne
...JL.' Only Real Barkers But there may be no vacancies to fffl that late.
.i l ->. The Galore bad a reason too, for hoping the game must not forget Cissy and Bill Donlgan. She's the
it- The only Barkers on Bourbon Street are real ones Mr. would be played as scheduled. Florida's windup three daughter of Duke Coach Bill Murray. The weekend was
.uwtm t and Mrs. J..L. from Yazoo City Mississippi.. The streetsare weeks are with traditional rivals Georgia Florida State to have been a gridiron twin bill for the Donigans. Duke-:
virtually deserted but the hotel lobbies are Jammed and Miami Tulane Saturday afternoon, Florida-LSU Saturday night
,I .,..-. JJ' with men, women and children, most of them refugees The Donigans of Gainesville lost two football shows, .not
) ,....... '' from low lying communities to the south of the Crescent May Be Anti-Climactic one.
City. Most of them In the Hotel Monteleone base of op

..... s eratlons for Sun City Editor Cliff, Cormier and your servant I, LSU on Dec. 5, may be strictly anti climactic. After 'Even with the diversionary actions to New Orleans Al
:' -1. hall from Port Sulphur.It's the heated sessions with the Bulldogs Seminoles and Hurricanes Hlrt's wonderful trumpet, and exotic seafood, the glamorous -
.; been dizzy mixed up somewhat tragic and mostly who wants or needs any part of LSU stores and the resulting shopping sprees no one loses

I ":;: .., : uncertain for the football fans. Not only the Gator crowd, Perhaps the two most disappointed people around wereJ sight of the fact ever that No. 111 U1-LSU.

Undoubtedly a forlorn and abject group had to be the
Gators' covey of sportswriters who follow the team each
week. Bed enough the scribes lost their ball game. Worse
I the Gator squad and coaches were sidetracked: : to Jackson
Miss, because of Hilda.

1 u/l MCgs This meant no close contact with those most Important.
There's always a story available when one can talk to Kim Helton who was selected the outstanding offen
coaches or players. the G.H.S. post garni
live lineman of the week on
show WGGG Friday night is shown above receiving -
This Saturday Oct. S, 1(64, a lady named Hilda made on
NyJ.M sure she had the stage, front and center, to herself. his certificate of award,
Yl.lhs / Things were so discouraging that a fellow hardly could 1
laugh at an old Joke turned slightly around, applied tow- ,
ward Hilda. i Mike and Kim together with their parents, and a

special guest of their own will dine at the Genera

Remember the story about "Who was that lady?" Wen :Gaines Steak Room of the Holiday Inn as guests of
Hilda's no lady and no one's claiming she's his wife, either. General Gaines and the Gainesville Gas Company who

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ayesj1..M. Keane Refuses I fall Wardrobe

To Talk ,ShopST.
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Seated ((1 r)| Jay Burke John Singleton, Jimmy Broeden, Will Whltener, Bobby Hale, David Mitchell, Cardinal Manager offered Johnny ,u.' ,; 1 I
--' Vaughn,, ,Wayne Sap. Second, row:,Mike Holltap head. Bruce Mitchell, Robert Head, Bobs Griffith, Keane was substantial a new increase contract -
+ Francos Crowford, Jim Singleton, Emory Legler, Richard Cllne. Top row Richard McPt>e/son, Jim MIUI- Friday at a club President ( ,

wY. M can, Mike Mike, Ronnie Stevens, Doug Mitchell, Hallle Priest, Robert PhUpot, Bonnie_ Standrldge. August night A. Busch by Jr. COMBO l' i II

The contract was for the IMS

:J J ';;: HURDLES STAR INJURES. LEG 1 battling season.The Cardinal' for the manager pennant, who told la SUIT r .t rt 'j'

Busch: "1 have too many thingson 4.Piece'
I TOKYO (AP) Hurdles star and had to skip practice for a The American team Is mostly the U. 1 track coach 'Bob my mind right now. Why
.. Rex Cawley of Pasadena couple of days. ready. Gelgcngack of Yale. I don't we wait until the season'sover Monotony want aft you down If I. hi'1
.???;", Calif., came up with a pulled The last members of the U. Warns Record Fennel probably will b e' to discuss It?" you hove hula combo by H.I.S.I Blazer I 3, I
', leg muscle Friday. the big 1 team are scheduled to arrive Cawley who holds the world ready, but bra back Is painful Earlier both Busch and Bob jacket with 3 button front cmttr.
, .?:;.'? US. track and field team began Saturday. About two- 400-meter hurdles record and and he weal be able to train Howsam, the new general manager vent,.flap. matching pocket and pott-grod natural ihouldtrt ilockl l ,4 f I
, ?- to unlimber for the Olym- thirds are on hand already. was also scheduled to run a until Monday. had said they would not traditionally cuffed and bait looptda .
"? pic Games which open next Athletes flocked Into this leg on the 1,000 meter relay Swim coach Jim CounsU- discuss Keane's status until the matching rat whid, rev.r.e toe
Saturday.He city of 10 minion-plus on almost may have to skip .the relay man said he hoped Saarl's end of the sesson. .bright color and a controlling pair
had been In the Keane has been at the Redbird of ilocki. no tuffi, no bait
Joined pole vaulter John every plane. About half at least. cold "nipped TIle whole 4 port package In favorite /
Pennel of Miami a former of the expected 1,000 already "Well just have to sweat It bud." Saul took some pills helm since: July I960 when color combination I
.,,, ,.K world record holder on the were here late Friday. out for s couple of days," said and will rest for a while. he succeeded Softy Hemus.
-.'* sidelines with the Games a The flags of some 20. nations -- -- 39.95 "

I..".... 'week off. had been raised officially t I Ii
",' ? World record swimmer Roy I at the Olympic Village, and) i
in-I Snarl of Los Angeles had a cold the combined East-West Car .' .
: nan team participated In a 1
lag ceremony without a flag.
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That was Just to keep tIN 1'
peace between the two fac-j
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Some. political trouble wai
I Boys' Club Program Director I brewing In the background Involving -
: Charlie Dobba has released Indonesia and North
I the names of the official Judges Korean athletes.
I : for the annual Punt, Pass, and This trouble started two
Kick contest to be held at the years ago when Indonesia was
I : Boys' dub I Saturday October suspended for a violation of
:ItlO at 10 ..m. The judges are Olympic rules, and respondedby 'v
.. John Baldwin Joe Pelt Frank holding some outlaw athletic -
: :. Bogle Jesse Condo Don Large games. ,lvp'it 100% Wool
i .: and Norm Farmer The athletes who took part I'
were ruled Ineligible for the -
: :. Mr. Dobbs has warned that Olympics, but the Indonesians SIORTJACKETS'!
C: :J only a few days remain in which 'I i brought them along, anyway :
Gainesville area boys lau I-IJ, 'North Korea says It will bring ,
: :U: as of January I, 1M5 can regt some ineligible athletes too.. 'I
later for this event Top peril i The resulting ruckus Is not )
: ;: formers can win a Washington ,expected to swing the spot. '' UCMI.IMH that hove whet M takes .
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In these biggest and most Tel. 37253 $29.95
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; i" ship game on January 3. ISM
Last LIcit I i 8 |; "Registration will close Frt- II Workmen the last put years lO ewer wltlt! a bang .
are putting
hannlly .
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Oct. I Mr. Dobbs
day evening lick and polish on the ultramodern ihauldtn. looked von, arc all
}: pointed out, "and none can be structures: where the I a part of ...<. pc"," .. .
I .1 accepted any later, since we Games will be staged from
j : \\l must draw up our competition Oct. II to 21 Mg bngi. '.and rfwrtt sire ISto44Ney.
I *.: lists and get everything ready The only major complaints Heard abo rtabte"WehITSBIUWDNEW..W _? ondCrairx ---:
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| !:j Prizes Include Washington their training area to grossly
J 'e Redskin warm up Jackets, Inadequate.
i |! place kicker outfit and auto'graphed i The Russians, who ere expected Nationwide' new "Adjustable life"
: footballs. These are : to win the most gold Nationwide CENTRAL
:.:.S-.. ....4 and third place medals are practicing at two plan make it posarible for you to add CHARGE
t ,t. sjwards> boys I. I, and 10. 'placee-The Olympic: Vile g e or eliminate any of 9 benefits a* your
*'. Des 11. tt and 13 will be award and a secluded spot some three needa change. And we're talking about InsuranceUnNSM.1NNOMCCM .
tj f e4 laid, saver, and bronze trAere > hours away.Most .
of the best Russian etafetes Just one policy! (Also can be appliedto B-L CHARGES

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t' ;, site, and apparently the I tamed since -- -'
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J'' Seminoles I In the SouthTECH Auburn Tidtiin

Hapless AggiesIn


36-0 GameTALLAHASSEE 1 'or Of 'Cats '20-0

(APAfter koff hands time after time for "

using nearly the whole first long gains. ,
+ quarter to warm up, Florida Twice ''be passed for touchdowns LEXINGTON Ky. (AP) Auburn's Jimmy Sidle injured down.. .
State University fettled ill passing once to Biletnikoff In a Kentucky capitalized on three his right shoulder two>> weeks ,Kentucky which upset thentopankad I
attack: and routed underdog play covering yards and breaks and out-defensed Auburn ago and had to throw with 'Mississippi las) I
New Medco State University a- again to end ante d In a 41 as the Wildcats smashed the straps on his arms. He was week, now If H Huh Auburn

'1 on a muddy football field Saturday yard play including! a 33-yard seventh-ranked Tigers 2M Saturday Injured slightly) near the end of hi 3-1.

night pass.. e night In a Southeastern the first half but returned to, Asses AQ.O.W.IIr'.., i 7... fr.'M
Despite Intermittent' ratal New Mexico's line generally Conference football gone action after Intermission, / /TY..1"klek/ I

!I t from Hurricane Hilda,,; 15,343 held against FSlTi ground attack LIJUNOTON K,. LAP/ e/N55/K. M Sidle completed eight of 11 K.-ave- N p*. MmwHM Tad t
I Vfansturned out to watch the and frequently threw theT.LLAHAISI. lilt AuCseK.nhcky 55.10,11 _A..,. ... passes for U yards, with his lint hick lMtalMf |*M MrtM (HICK

4 {! 'one tided fame true stadium PinNwn.. ..... "I' Interception the Bird touch- 4N' ..,.... ...}".. .. + ,
,1>a> appreciation Bight la dedicate Pl. 'API ._ ".r55/k, t i 1n esMn........ .".e... 1M 043i ,
'" d Ks New....... ...,.P55.kN 11- v IN, ,n M -
rSlTg newly expanded leaps -
t : stands..Towering.. "Y5u,1 'MM IMtmM by ,..e I
neat PineswM' e/1A1. 4
M 3 1. ;-.. quarterback Steve ,r..,.... s. t4" PPuwn.N._Lae ibM .1.7 5vine. NCS Catch.e"n
I .Tend commanded the evening. ire.. 0wines Er tatsu I
j\ using hii passing arm to lay the ,-,-. ... ., .n r i.e.vine. .I Kentucky used two fumble

; ban Into halfback Fred BUetnl- 1 .=... J'N: t drives recoveries and scored to atop a touchdown Auburn Up With Terps I
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i' .i on a 95-yard pass Interceptionby
Ruffled Rebs ball carriers for losses. halfback Rodger Bird. 1
New Mexico's
center succeeded Bird running if it were his
ta driving large wedges Into last college rolled 112 For 14-13 Win
game up
the FSU line
4 :Top through which the yards In 20 carries and added
sipped to make tar.kles.
Icing with 30 seconds to go In ;
With .Rally Quarterbacks Art Garcia the game when he passed 21 1 RALEIGH N.C. (API-Un) with a It yard pass completion .
and Rick Norman alternated In HALF BACK GERRY BUSSELL (23) PICKS UP FOUR YARDS yards to Tom Becherer settingup defeated North Carolina State SUte'a tint of the. day.?':
:,r, OXFORD," Miss. (AP- quarterback leading New Mexico's attack. Making the Stop la Clemaon'a Billy Ward (23) Kentucky's final score. ripped back from a IJ-poln and then went Into the end:
.Jim Weatherly scored Despite plenty of time to get (*' WI.......... deficit with two second half! zone on a seven yard keeper; I
I two touchdowns and passed. for passes into the air, they foundit touchdowns Saturday I red pia). I
i I a third in guiding Mississippi'sRebels almost impossible to connect nipped scrappy: Maryland 14-11 Fullback Gus Andrewi 1Ioot-
t with the receivers.: FSU's ends Yellow Jackets Tamer in a !thrilling Atlantic Coast
to a 31-1 victory ;over Invariably were downfield ed both extra points to .supply,
Conference football game.
I stubborn Houston Saturday. the victory margin.,
the balL The winning touchdown came )
.The nebs, seeking to regain New Mexico succeeded In / midway of the final quarter Maryland's backfield sophomore had the studded first-

F prestige after aa upset lots to crossing the SO-yard' line only Clemson Tigers 14-7 when sophomore quarterback half all to Itself. The Terpe
Kentucky last week found Houston three times during the game, including Charlie Noggle forced his way tuck first on the opening play
I tough for more than a half one en a fumble recovery. over from the four after a fumble from scrimmage when stocky
'r .. and It took a ascend half surge ATLANTA (AP) Georgia first offensive play of the game Tech moved ahead 144) with recovery by guard Bob tailback Tom Hickey swept

to product a victory. New Florida Mexico I I I 1- 'Tech battled underdog Clemson I and the second time on a S4- 4:15: In the third period when Smith.In wide 1 around left end and
State 1S S U-M
the third period. Stan'sbruising
Trailing 1-7 at intermission,' off Its feet Saturday but was so Gresham sprinted around right scampered 77 yards.
nil FG Murdock: S yard run by halfback Johnny running game ftnaly -
,: Ole Miss struck. for a touchdown FSU Blletnikoft I pass from I Ineffective when it came to Gresham. end 94 yards to pay dirt The solved the stout Terp defense After that tally the Terps I
with' tha second half kickoff Tens! (Murdock kick) I dually scoring that the Yellow( speedy scstback: got tome beau- and the Wolfpack drove elected to try' for a two-point;

fought Houston to a standstill- FSU -: Floyd 41 pass from Jackets had to rely on a vicious Clemson trailing 7-0 at halftime tiful blocking at the start and SI yards In ,U plays for its conversion. Quarterback Phil
and won pulling away. Tens (kick failed) I defense to turn back the Tigers finally got Its offense roll then outran the last four Clem first score. retry completed a pan to end
.$. scored the first Howard Humphries, but the
Weatherly FSU Spooner 1 run (kick lug after Intermission and taxed Noggle kept the drive going
son defenders.The Slate defenders him
touchdown on a one-yard plunge ailed) 47.The stopped
late In the first quarter, pesaed FSU Prltchett 1 run (Mur Jackets moved the ban at the Tech defense to Its limits Tech defense had to put 1 shy of the goal lInn,

three yards to halfback Mike dock kick) will- both ta the air and on the before scoring with 30 seconds the stops on Clemson with less JIMMY HOLE RazorbacksTop The victory was State'i third ''
Dennis early In the third and rsu Green 7 run (Murdock I round against a slow demson gone In the fourth quarter oa a HebbM III, three conference games and
end for four and than three minutes to go In the kept' the Wolfpeck atop the
circled yards kick) defense, but could find the end I three-yard plunge by Hugh 1 .
his last touchdown In the final Attendance 211._ I tone only! twiceonce on their Maulln. final period when the Tigers Frogs ACC standings. It was Maryland' '
quarter. punted and then recovered a Mira Leads { first ACC defeat In two '
Houston showed spirited line decisions and. left the T.rpel.2 'I
Tech fumble the Yellow
and a potent offense bum around, MISS FIELD GOALS Jacket 41 Miami Froth In' 29.6 Tilt over *,all.'

s)' the power thrusts of Junior fullback ORLANDO (AP) Joe Mira
Mickey'l'IIomJllOllIIId the But the Tech defenders took passed for one ,touchdown and FORT WORTH Tei. (AP) Longhorns'Buck' j jI
3 brilliant sprinting of halfback Georgia Gamecocks the steam out of the Clemson scored the other as Miami (freshmen Unbeaten Arkansas punctured a
Dick Post The taaWe outside offense and four plays later the flattened Florida \Jtetefresh. suddenly revitalised Teia \
jM combination kept the Rebels to. Tigers found themselves backon 1M tonight.Mlra 1'n' Christian aerial attack Saturda,I Army
trouble during the first half and the brother of George and crushed the. .frustrated '
Z Houston didn't lose hope until I Battle to 7-7 Tie their own 41. Mlra former Miami star, scored Frogs 294 hi the Southwes tI t AUSTIN Tel. (AP) "'Ilbt}

Mississippi broke loose for two Tech took ever the lest time on a two-yard keeper play for Conference opener for boll Tense, scored on for the tint ,
touchdowns and a field goal in with 134: to go and chose to run the first touchdown ana, passed teams., time this season tore a possible '
the final quarter.'Barna I COLUMBIA, SC. (AP) game's early minutes. times in the second half getting out the clock. Toe game ended eight yards to Don Russo for the ', The Rasorbackt convert upset from Army's grasp and ,I I ,r
A; South Carolina thwarted when The 1HmaI'm.khIt' 51-yan to the B, a and 27. An end sane with the Jackets on. the Clemson39yard second, fa between Brace Star- : 'Interceptions inti defeated the Cadets 174 SaturI I A
) jl
Blank I two drives ended ta missed field scoring marchesvln tin secom pas' Interception ended one line" Ii; gee kicked a el-yard+ field goat ttotlblllowryis't Ian ,'bI 'the'%:I _tftl....,'ipMteetinf the long-
goal attempts settled for a' scooted over from three yardsout threat a fumble stalled tilt period after quarterback Xeni I I born m 1 national rating la
\, I Vandy tie with Georgia Saturday ta aa for Georgia's Southeastern second drive and the Gamecocks I Nil threatened to burl the thmvbertag !college football
Rugged intersectional football game. Conference visitors. Halback held to atop the other Rattlers StrikeLincoln Tnans back from the It was the Nth consecutive I
BIRMINGHAM (AP) South Carolina drove 77 yards Marty Rosen made a diving The Atlantic Coast Conference brink ef defeat victory for Tens, last year's
Fourth ranked Alabama to the Georgia 30 late ta the catch: of quarterback Dan Gamecocks still without a victory Harry Jonet broke the Chr'Utili' '-' national champions extending/ a /
fourth quarter but Jack MeCathern's Reeves' seven-yard pass at the' now have tied two and lost winning streak which
the surprisingly ragged backs after they fIII'oorowed
whipped Vanderbilt Commodores 34-t ta .yard field goal try goal line for South Carolina's one. Georgia's record Is 111. 14-3 the score to 144, stealing with the first fame of the : f

Southeastern Conference foot- was low. McCanera missed touchdown. South Carolina I i a Nix pan at the TCU 33 and season. I
a moved the ball ,
fir ball tftt Saturday night !but it ,another 31-yard attempt ta OnI Georgia threatened three 62 yards. to the Bulldog_ h. three dashing in the way back for the/ But It wasn't easy r"

took a Vandy fumble near Its I Just before the first half ended TALLAHASSEE: (AP- Florl- back Carlton Cooper moved the touchdown. Not until (he fourth btpft//t 1
own goal Buss to break op the but four successive pass at da A. and M.had to come from ball to the one-yard line ta three Moment (later Billy Gray tailback
'game.m Tar Heels RapDeacons tempts failed. behind to defeat a stubborn Lincoln roan,. and Hart acored.1Iar& also duplicated the aerial. banditry at Key cracked Army's ,
Hie oneerdog CuMiimin II University football team 14- for extra pints the Frogs' a and gaUopsd backto for two touchdowns: ...
,r carried the battle to Alabama Georgia quarterback Lynn 3 Saturday.The I the II. Bobby Burnt danced Longhorns able to grab
throughout fhe drat half donuVnatmg Hughes passed for 37 yards to A few minutes later, Hart cross from five yards eat three Ictory.
play .nd holding. (hehighlytouted 23-0 end George Nowlckl at the Rattlers always a power sneaker over again from the plays later.Quarterback. .
-: Tide to a scoreless South Carolina 11 to open the la Negro football were playing one. Cooper brought the ball J'red..0. SMU Dooms
.l S deadlock at kstamis lx._ second period. Seven plays later without their principal scoring there on a 14-yard run ta a drive unwrapped his ailing arm for
But early m the third quarter CHAPEL HILL N.C. (AP- glnia failed to muster a acor.1 Taylor moved off right tackle threat, halfback Bobby and Fella. He which started on the A. and M. the first time this season ind y DALLAS (AP) Donny Oe-
had swollen ankle Coach
when Vandertnt halfback: Quarterback D a say Talbott ing threat until early ta for the score and Bob Etter lake a Gaither decided at the last 31. Hart failed In trying to run the Frogs were ta trouble from I linger passed and ran Southern
2 Toby Wilt fumbled Buddy scored one touchdown and last quarter when the Deacons 'converted. to bun the again for extra points. the beginning. 1Tsui 1 tlelbedtsl to S touchdown. before
keep oa
French pant, Alabama canter passed for another as North drove to the Tar Heel 17. Later Gamecock halfback: Jules! bench ta the Rattlers' seasonLbcota's Uncota 1 I 3 I Chrtstlaa'i lone touchdown i loinS to hoaplUI with a breIM -
Paul Grsna pallid in UN baO ontteCoutwdonant CaroHna'a Tar Heels slashed they went to the 17 but a Smith returned a Georgia punt A. sad It 1 I 114-14 came early ta the fourth I Iperiod jaw and DM defenta tIleD
: Wake Forest's defenses for a short 43 yards to the 23 and Reeves opener tough line bottled Lto-lgWattar31 with NIl: directing the I Imamiever look ever anl kung np it*
H took the Tide tour ptryi to 3M, Atlantic Cost Conference 2-1 keened passed to end J. R. WUburn for the A. and M. attack for three up A4t-Harl Iran Hart run) TV yards ta savesohs. 'rlctory over Arttaglonanight Wa tg

F''. get B tenet, with quarterback football victory Saturday. North Carolina Sol for the :38 yards to set op the Game eruds. But Ltaoota, to turn. A-M-Hart 1 run (ran failed) I -

Joe Namath lobbing a two,rard A crowd of 3MM ass North season, rolled II yards for a ,cocks' unsuccessful threat late eouldnl move the ban regular.\.
par to halfback Hudson Harrisfor Carolina strike for touchdowns first period touchdown In five In the first half. I y against the 72-pound Rattler
the aeon.v.o..e I In me first second and final plays, with Talbott racing Reeves passed for U and defensive line. I -

*< **** .:.:,.:..:::::....5515-s::: M M-M quarters and add a .yard. around left end from the Wake eight yards to WUburn duringthe Late ta the third period the
A/.yns' ,.. ... ..... lees field goal by Max Chapman Forest silo Dove Braise kick march that resulted ta the team from Missouri recovered i cf ttw
a1AI'.Nu.w. i is ... .a., thailftM ta me seeead period. ed the first of two extra points South Carolina score earlier to nimble en the Rattler lrardUna. 1
ties f .re inm lesion Wake Forest which had. The Tar, Heels scored again the second periodQuarterback After two long pass attempts
..---1RN raeea f beaten Virginia Tech and Vlr- late ta the second quarter on a Preston Rkflehu- missed, Gerald Walker
.. .,.... plunge by fullback her passed for 31 yards to f sll- kicked a field goal for .....
Ken Wluard to cap a (5-yard back Leon Armbrester and ,..nettled Rattlers Rally got
Virginia Waits 11 Years march. A 37-yard run by WU- Armbrester gathered ta a 33- their attack working ta the our
lard featured the drive. yard toes. from Boghee In the four th PeVaWeLQuarterback
{ Moments & North CaroUu Georgia march ta the loutt Ernie... threw.
To Stun Gobblers 2017CHARUmWVTLLE was rolling goarwartl agate 'Carolina 11 Safer/man Bobby atageaethatwoundtptapoesonef -.t

after guard Richie Sans Intercepted Bryant of the Gamecocks then .... Lincoln's i HhnuwBarks.
Va. h'Virginia John Mackovlck: : para halted the threat with an end M past Interference OOLDIKnUDLE
(AP) retraced Virginia Top football for the first the 'Wake Forest 4ft to zee IntercepUoe. was called to give. the Rattlers ,
shed the shackles ef Mi bobbin time taU yean 3HT. plays later Chapman booted a the ban en Uncota'i: M. *
and bloopers by rhflng the peatas The CavaBer serge down- OeM goal from the 21. Hart then bit end Carleton r
of ,.. Hedges and Bob Davis field started whir 1:31 art and North Carolina closed out Its Memphis St. Oaks oa the sis-yard. line. Hal,
71 yards far a toaeadewn to toek enty all ptera. Pies s see- scaring t with a Ityard touchdawn COLLlCnON
lilt last O acidstA.dry asdMiss. eat ttffl shewed en t e gull past ta the fourth period
L\ Jetlurst dock when g.tgss treat TtBjett to Ronnie Jack- Top Tampa Jet, Charger offers shirts
i foandesrfLttrrMeeaierltathebreeatoVrl set The drive' began en the
State d assn witI r pitd that Wake Forest 56 after halfback TAMPA Flax (Ar) Men.phai Standoff, 17.17 '
bars h bat EdtfeKessJer retorted a peas I I.y' I Hale wMh versatile Cue of.Jeible s eriority
Volt tatorcewDen 31 ". :Cordffl operating behead. a beftaring MEW YORK (AP) Dick
Upset by Three pasty by Doyle tr Use, sqaeesed eat a 134rlctory Weed patted far two ItataVdewwt

'I M yards to Bager Devto far 13 ; laharsley sight ever t' la fte second half and ...... Med ef ajeftsettoMeia)
1 Ylgf,1. 1'1& (AI')) A toJeatiPastnisga.andforMtoBstjar Citadel Routs t7IMnIIr II TaapT team that' wales MJtanet Necked two b aeasay tne we* ef ere
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honked ea IIIbM.lpp/' Is r Teri f err re the I rotates to give. ... I York Ma betted the fevered ..... w.... .. _...... tosw ae...... ...... Cello
State gaa.d 1 II 11.,1 stags for sWgse' payefl toes. s.c. AP) Tee gam played ta .1.San Dtoge tea pes to a 17-17 ,
ItttIeIt III Come III
bike 'rQIaIIr.a '1leile, rn Cae.berw bed sa tanaf mat the buS seat.
dogs tUfbacka Jte Parker and to ta aa AtMrkaa Football oaak for.a .
, 1 Y Setbsasters 1st easrd headed far eertota > Francis Grant each1, leered I tees acted Bke M wee greased MIlt gtwr gMrrdsy .>, .. taw II sae "..".."
ben. rfesvllstgawaralMadp Chads notedCHitota ,eat never M i.ptlellfrbarrr.larar Tae Jeto set an AIL attoadMsna sgunasr 4I- ;
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I// waia.....ihoteMrrl a, ,psi aM ttalssAe beope +ae .aaaiia Caafwencessaanal gtsne WBBBS, eVtsrtog leavea tee kbl CIJ..'se .
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straight ..... Kiee'TnuBpJe.DJmIf. a yard t S)e i saltIo.s tJ
vks vt>, a null hull tope c+wle 1hi.11r snst a pars The victory, first ta three ....... by Ian DII go'e ...... .,.... ........ 'sil/tIlw N..
fake back ptoy teat eapsred en 51 twttstr steer for The Otedef. altotndneeal Ter (AP) Wai. Kent JJsKssa with sly 31 teeCarlerto .... (7) ...1ItJ j b bja
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:: To Oregon 12-14 PITTSBURO AP A host end Bill Howell caught hn

of speedy Pitt backs Jed by nine-yard to...
U "'' Fred M k
quarterback a I u r t Second bad''
1 string quart a r
'VNIVERSlTY PARK, Pa. (AP)hind to defeat lumbledplaguedOregon' three games of a season. ../ '-! If; ._...Ji"...... will reeled Saturday off yardage and almost the Panthers at' Kenny Lucas guided the ,Panthers
I lave
-Unbeaten Bob ( .y I t 73 yards in seven plans
Per-Penn State 2214.Ti Berry tossed touchdown passes i ',' 1 their first football victory,
," fired three touchdown pass- It was the Lion's I third one six and 15 yards and <' .... ; '" ..... a 34-7 trouncing of William for the final touchdown In the
and gained more than 200 straight lois and marked the put on one-man show as the r .. ft '"' last quarter carrying over himself -
yards in the air Saturday u first time In history a Pen D Webfoots picked up their third :' ,.1P'1:1': Mary I from ill yards out
:',:the webfeots came from be. State football team lost its first, straight victory of. the le son. t' .1/ .. ... Mazurek didn't Ignore -I h epassing
and their seventh in I row since game cither completing
last season. '" t. J 10 of 18 for Ml yards and a
Comes Penn State lost six fumbles, ,1 .... touchdown.,His passing yardage
: ; Syracuse four in the third quarter when combined with the 17 he

Oregon picked up its last two ''It .. ,... .. ran, made Mm Pltt't fourth-
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touchdowns. ranking all-tine offense leader
:' : From Behind'To' 17 of B > with 2,441 .yards
'.J.f't!i., .'... ."' : ; ". ,',f'1' > .. .. : 1' Pitt, Ha offense checked In the
Berry completed 17 of 32 passes ....". """ '.. first period by two Intercepted
for 20S yards. His performance .. 'Io ;
,. i'f II passes, scored early In the second ,
Beat CrusadersWORCESTER brought his career total i -' when Mazurek guided an nr.a. t
for completions to 198, breakingthe I 17-yard drive la 12 plays. Pull:

old mark of 195 at Oregon .. back Barry McKnIght went over Tested 'By Ross AllenSAFE
set by George Shaw between
Maw AP -' matching two-point conversion from the one. Howard Helt converted -
1952 snd'1934. .;
Throttled offensively by ups when Walley Mahle was nailed The Nlttany Lions, scoring for l.' .:. : 1A I and the Panthers'were
bent Holy Cross, Syrac u M '. on a rollout run and the/ Orange the first time In the first half ,. In the lead to stay. !
thrn-touchdown favorites relied -trailed .... But shortly ther.
Me scrimmage
took WtM from
year, the lead In the operating
on big antimissile plays and after Rooney picked off a Jack first quarter after a fumblenooYll'y in Pitt territory onlythree Fenea Don't Penetrate
safetyman Hal Rooney to lunch Lenta aerial. He ran the ball by Glenn Ressler, and tunes Inthe game, got
a 24-8 comeback football victory from the Crusader 35 down tothe
then held on for a 7lead at its touchdown when Chuck M-
Saturday. / seven where he stepped out halftlme. Ed Stuckrath plunged bertaon took tin kickoff following I lOOTS
The Crusaders stunned the of bounds. over from the two for the score. OREGON QB: BOB BERRY: (IS) HOLDS TIGHTLY ONTO BALL: PittsseMn Orangemen and a regional television Big fullback Jim Nance, who Eludes, Flying Tackle) of F enn State Tackle Dave Rowe Ja Stock limited'
audience by scoring .t stole the slowly-awakening Syracuse But the Ducks snapped back (AP WI.MM.O period and raced 13 )'erdllnto QII.lltlty,
1:10 of the first quarter and offensive show from with a "'-)'ard march, capped tile end zone.'Robert $0093$
I holding Bin Schwartzwalder sophomore sensation Floyd Little by I one-yard_td pass.. from" lacavazzi Leads Princeton Win Dyer scored .Pitt's I 17" Tell'Exclusive
powerhouse it bay for a half smashed across In three Berry to Ray Palm. Dave To-
Everting!: tuned the tide Just tries 'bey's conversion attempt PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) A the Lions 23-13 Saturday In thel I down early In the first period.! second: TD from the one and ) AIM Dewier
two plays after intermlwlo As Syracuse began to hammer went wide to the right but he pair of 61-yard runs by Cosmo Ivy League opener for lacavazzi next carried early Eric Crabtrea skirted left end
when hi grabbed a fumble In the breach wider down the redeemed himself, In the final,lacsvazzi the first two times he teams.1' In the second quarter and broke on' five-yard run for another B:1 LL.SF SHOP
the air and lumbered 18 yards stretch, Nance scored again on to a touchdown. End!: George a picture/ eight-yard run after sealed the victory for the ton to withstand a recordbreaking cracking the middle from the own 18 to the Columbia 23, setting 10 S.W"t Street,
Fair had crashed Into quarter ha bad sit up I KaJ .toed Webfoot after Penn State rallied I passing attack by Colum: Tigers' newly-Installed I forma. up the tally that put Princeton lluur touchdown pan Behind" Seem Store
back Mike Cimnlon causing the Jim Crlppa touchdown shrike to within five points. bia's Archie Roberts and defeat,tion, bolted 41 yards for a touch. ahead to stay. came In the third period when
I ban to squirt skyward. Jim Gravel's sensational 10- I
I Syracuse ,failed to ICon a yard punt return behind, th .
shattering blocks of Earl!: Kirin

; Brown Nips ser Holy and Cross tackle to John the Syracuse Dugan got 21 DOUBLE

near the start. u liltleryNtawnltiitu
Penn 3-0 Cunnlon got a big fourth down ;
ilght-yird pass to lUck Koduuv
airy to the 11, then covered the QUALITY I
On Late FG rest of the distance on a ton ,
to sophomore Tom Halqr alone PAl4IT I
In the and tone. -
Halfback Tern UannaU totted ,
In from the beach with teas VillanovtaHolds '

than two mlnutei )left Saturday ( DISCOUNT 1'/: '
to boot a 32-yard itld goal as YAtrlr'
Brown whipped Pennsylvania 1- Off a. .
0 In the Ivy League football : .OIS000Mt ;

opener Brown'for double-barrelled both teams. offense VMI, 2i-7
lad by quarterback Jim 1EAI1.i MOTELSi 1
( Dunda and halfback Bob Han VILLANOVA, ,Pa: '(AP) ,
bogged down repeatedly as the Vfflanm completed eaty two r "'.
I Penn defense. stymied almost! ,asset touch 'both ,rapt
all Bruin scoring threats. for long as the/ Undefeated -
i Brown started their one acol'I Wildcats defeated {i ?
I Ing march on thilr/ own 44 and Virginia MilitaryInstitutebeon 1lt f 1

moved to the Penn lipb.fereI llMM atVUIIB .wfXfc''i"/i. M,','* 1" 1
I -
Penn defenders stopped: the ;r I
drive Julnor_ quarterback Dave 'I F 1
The Bruins thin called on Comers Booked'up on two aeorbig \ /
UenMll. 19-year-old kicking. plays with halfback Dick 0S
ipeclsllst,. and the sophomore Sernyak and end John MoDoa- :
J came through with the winning nell as ViUuova/ posted a 144
boot. halftone margin.
The fancy passing Dunda After a scoreless first period,
piloted Brown Into IIv.rlllCOl'> 'Cornell from hunt, hit Serayak 1M1Y
Ing positions. The Bruins had a on the VMI 41, and the senior
halfback went the rest of.the
major threat working late In the '
t'mim ''
i[ second period but Dunda tumbled way untouched completing in M--
I when, tackled and Penn I shard scoring play. Jim Case
recovered. kicked the tint of three convtr-
) aloes for 74 lead,
'1 A few minutes later, VIII
Colgate 8-3 punted from Its 14, and the kick
almost blocked, rolled dead on
the Xeydets 27. On the first
Over Cornell play Cornell rolled out and bit
McDonnell on the 10 and the iifflw
i HAMILTON, N.Y. (AP) senior virtually walked Into the ;
Tom Carpenter returned a free end sons. Can made It 144.
kick n yards for a touchdown In the second belt VUlaaova, '
following i safety to give Colgate which: has beaten Toledo and
an M football victory overarch Holy Cross, struck late la the

Colgate rival Cornell dominated third period Rich as Green sophomore ripped quar.terback M- HALF PRICE HALF: PRICE HALF: PRICE : ,

throughout the first half but had yards for another TD. lit11
to stave off two Cornell drives VMI finally got on the scoreboard 2 GAL /| 59 ) GAL C99 20 C99
In the closing minutes of play. midway through the final FOR ftf : FOR JREGULARI.Y FOR
Giant John Breiten, 6-foot-l, period when quarterback Char
117 pound tackle, Colgate l a two-yard
gave .
.scoring I
: iwmuwzoanawai
Its first tally when he broke Don 4 59 GAL MEweulwfine.mssP.on
through to block: a Big Red punt White.
In the second period The ball VUlanova tallied Its final 'I'DII / /
bounded through the end tow a Nllback-draw aa junior
for safety.. Ton Brown broke up the middle
lid with the help oft block by
Bowling Green halfback John Kobner went ..-
yards to make the final count,
Dumps Dayton 27 7,

BOWUNO GREEN Ohio Dartmouth Wins ,.
(API Bowling Green's power.
ful Falcons combined
a rock- H. AP r
HANOVER. N. ( ) -
ribbed defense with a strong ,Halfback Bob O'Brien scored ?
Offensive show Saturday and three first half toucbdowna In a 01 ..4a .lItt a w v or a t'_
coasted to a JM victory over dealing display) of running Saturday
Dayton. to lead undefeated Dartmouth +
; Coach Doyt Perry' to a 2M victory over PI orp
chalked vp their third straight .Boston University. :
trump in Impressive" fashion, Dartmouth made good use of
jumping to a 11-1 advantage .to [Ha three-platoon football to wear
the. first curter the Terriers down but !it was eq' 'D'ft' ? C' w $_ '
the first unit which moved the ...,: -
Yak SpanksLehigh ban !best on sustained marchesto is iv ,t
sslt the game away before r i a
U6 BV was able to muster 1 serious
NEW IrA... Conn. (AP) -
lAggreasJ* Yale walloped LeI Beaten I ,
I high. M4 and became 1 2 459 2 5" 2
I the Bat aajafi toothaB team to CAMBRIDGE!:, ..... (AP) oi vit 4".UI4RIY
tecord t1f1....... rRarauplt Substitute quarterback Bin
.JItI Ivy lAm riddled a perverse Harvardpass 5.QQ ,
next defense atnost at will
= IM equed.rapped Saturday as flashy BudneO -
till' eee511 If early surprised favored Harvard 2421. -
oeeeled M 1I.1eCOC1d'' '
irfiauphe1 till-. But the Vienna had to throw
:Uabhe II tlne.tetery lack In 1 up a swarming defense to { OPIN' A.M"9 '.M. SUNDAY HOON. 7 P.JIk876-1192 A easy WM ueneasure

-.hl thwart at mused Harvardresurgence GAINESVILLE Aaret EIw P.tkteS n 1 I 9a11I... MMtt .
that saw the Crimson : "
: 'r. V.S.M 1 N. a 23rd Slv". I '
M Kees r"--
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1. ,
M llrst paced by flashy sophomore .. e r t L A-s x Nacp -
hSIL: and Bobby Ian drive for two third .

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/I ..If't.' .: ...'l -i Michigan Holds Roger"
'A '. .' ., I "If
; .v )r .i
... "
: ;" ; ";r.r.. I And 21-0
\ ; } Navy
1" ...'1. ;1Ii.r 'f ; ,
.... "
.,!f; t 1' .
." 1.- ANN ARBOR Mich. (AP) .
; ( ) ... .. Michigan, held to six points In
.. '
f .. .- "" Y a '. the first half rolled to two
) sec-
\. .. ... cad-half touchdowns and! J In the Midwest
f .'
.. .
...: ., .. dumped sixth-ranked Navy, 21
+ 0, Saturday. I
[ ... t ... '. ......." r" '" The eight-ranked Wolverines

|I .';." r A., i !wr.w and Intercepted recovered two three Navy Middle passes NOTRE DAME GLIDES '

..,. '_...... %i fumbles In the first two quay
,1'I ---.. Itt ters. I

Early in the second quarterCal PAST BOILERMAKERSSOUTH
i Ward scored the first of his
> j two touchdown on a two-yard

BEND. Ind. (AP) -, and a 14-7 halftime lead. yard scoring dash by Wool t ,
/ \t run.Navy quarterback Roger, Notre Dame's Fighting Irish Huarte Ignited the Irish with reserve back Peter Androttl. r
Staubach favoring an ankle responding furiously to John his accurate passing, twice The fifth Irish touchdown also
Injured In the opening game of Huartt's daring quarterbacking looping short touchdown passes ,
the season tried to rally the smashed Purdue' Boilermakers aa the Boilermakers bunchedfor camels the closing period when

: HALFBACK CARL WARD (It) LEAPS INTO END ZONE Middies in the second half S4 to IS Saturday for their goal line stands Snow's 70-yard quick Idck was
Middle Dcfenaeman at Right la Steve Szabo (47) He completed 10 of II pastes second straight conquest of a Again Huarte's chief targetwas touched by the Purdue receiver
pr wlro.b.e.) attempts in the tint half for 101 Big Ten football rival. SI -pound end Jack Snow and Notre Dame got the ban on
) yards but two fumbles by Navy The home debut of new who grabbed six passes for 92 the Boilermaker three On the
receivers were recovered by coach Ara Parseghlan proved yards Including a 20-yard flip
State Bo Michigan. for Notre Dame's second touch- ,next play Huarte passed to
\unces Ward's second touchdown, auealNIn I down. halfback Nick Rassaa for the
.. ..
ewan *s a
a which came midway the third : / '. l itII Third TO score.
period capped an 00-yard Michigan ,p-.M...- 111I 111 The Irish scored their third The Irish tied it ,.,' In the ,
t I ==:
I i So. Cal. on Ear 177Colorado drive which featured a 21 : "hHrwpt' by 13 1 1WI'MM I touchdown on a blocked punt In second quarter on Bill Vfolski'i
yard run by quarterback Bob .....It p which two giant sophomores
> ,__ lot, three yard run after Huarte I
Timberlake. ,.... .7M.IIe.d M U collaborated Kevin Hardy. .-
Mich. (AP) log play Saturday as Michigan 21-0 and Oklahoma 40-( Michigan marched 72 yards at foot S. 250 pounder from Oakland twice hit Snow with passes for
I goal by bare State upset favored Southern 14, and were ranked second In I the start of the final quarter. the "new" Irish were for real as Calif., blocked a Purdue 24 and 23 yards

1 : Kenney an im-California, 177. The Associated Press poll last Dave Fisher carrying for the I they followed their Sl-7 conquest punt and 230-pound Alan Page prow 0m' ..... f S 14 I t It-Si tNulrt J
-* ', was the kill- The Trojans previously beat week. first time In the game, scored I If Wisconsin with an even more also 1-1. from Canton Ohio hn-5M.y_ "I".rw.. (erIs5. kttj
II 0- "" I C IVM 'lel'
Kenney a sophomore, was from the four. I II devastating mauling of Purdue scooped up the ball and rambled No-In.w I MNn. Hw$0 C"'IIIklell P
making his first appearance In I Late In the first quarter Navy Trailing 7-0 after Purdue 47 yards for a touchdown.I I : / rm "mm, .MMM. ..IIMNpaAnd.Nm
Grit 1 scored on Its first sustained In the fourth period, the Irish I
college game. His 49-yard boot marched to the Michigan tt 53 N, IIvIII ,leU
with his bare foot In the first before Staubach completed a I drive In the first quarter gambled on a fourth down and I 110-1._ I ... ...... MIt_ "lell
period set a new MSU record, five-yard pass to Jim Ryan. But I Huarte quickly led the Irish to four' situation and made It enPurdue' LIN P5 LNNrld) 1a .o Min INN.nIbH..rkl. "
topping a 47-yard threepointerby the Navy end fumbled and Rich !two second quarter touchdowns 29 setting up a 2SI I( "''!.! .Min'": ,
Earl Lattimer against Northwestern Hahn recovered for Michigan. Gr''I J

last year. The Wolverines went from FROM ZALE'S I
threre and scored nine plays
An unlucky break in the early
minutes seemed to take the later.
t Pl heart out of the USC attack, Navy with the help of a pass
( Rod Sherman bolted from the interference call on Michigan
} 50 to the MSU end zone on the got as far as the Michigan 17 on .
( ) l erK Trojans' opening series of plays the next series of downs. Then ,
: but the touchdown spring was Staubach passed to Nell Hen-
'i{ i nullified by a clipping penalty. derson on the six where he fumbled
t ; and Cecchlni rout CHOICIi
again recovered
Both teams scored In the third
I :: quarter the Spartans on a It- for Michigan. 11151
yard drive capped by Clint Nwy. *tiltt i eMIO.NM C 8

Jones' two-yard run and USC Midi __ Ward I sun kick ,.n... 14 !
l Midi Wv4 4 nM PfltM MM
on an (0-yard march Craig Fer tram TlmtorttktMidkPitiwr i
\ tig hit Dave Moton for 26 yardsIn 4 rw TknttrMt kick B
I the big slay of the USC Attwtfm nut { CHAaG' RI'

f j.. push Dave Carrett drove over % .....-. ,, ... ...
1, from the one In the 11th playof There were 442 harness racing ,.,....1. ... .......
'. II.......
I M ee3i; dC' the aeries.Michigan meetings In 1M1. tl, .1.. ,.... "",.,,, w.lll,
+ L' The total parl-mutuel handle. I ........... ......., 9W Ie
I Stale put the game 1983, harness racing was II,. 41 aaty. IMa wail ......I., .
4 sway with slightly more than 067,130,007. .........
five minutes to go when Harry V s_ e-.s.N ,.... tf
Ammon threw 23 yards to Gene. r C ......v.It ra.w dab. N adu.M. ..
i Washington In the end rone. .-. .-
IIIL&0" __ THUIS. eeNA.IM ...1. Tote ed.v .
Lou Bobblch, another of coach TIM ....".ells aea.llM wMl9
Duffy Dau.hl< : kickers made both extra points ... W t
ROD SHERMAN (12) LEAPS and was booming/ long punts IN

Over Teammate Paul Johnson(op(52)WI,....,.,.' day..Bobblch footed soccer hoots fashion the boll, Inside Z /\ 1 1 'S //i

I.S tdtI 1 m MIel1.//s
St. Downs Me..M l.c.1l.r._ u.I ./. U S: ::,f ii J II I. UNIVIH5ITY AVI t
MIV Mao __'II_k-o., a aKick III I
use G." 1 rlllt arawna/" Mica' f
MIV..-....w.nln.IN. MIeC.At.n..nN 11.,01.r ,. D 1.- AnaTM ZAPS WILL' NOT II UMDIRSOLD ,cLasS

Missouri 10-71! a .

Mo. (AP) in the third quarter and Its SI.
young football' yard drive was stopped st the SPORT COATCLEARANCE
Missouri 10- Cowboy four. The OSU defense
an inspired de- was led by Leon Ward, Hugh ESgRSKSTV* v
'. McCrabb, Rusty Martin .
IS-yan Charles Harper and Jim Click, /1 ,j
to little Larry. In the last quarter Missouri
Durkee' 41- Inserted sophomore Lloyd Carr
I at quarterback and using a r 1
field goal spread formation, moved to tilt t
left In the OSU 30 before Wardell Hollis 300
Jack Jacobson I stole a pass at the Cowboy eight

Missouri's Gary] Walt with Garrison's 2:M left. OSU line smashes then used to t 14 4 ir b tiY )i nir .

[ stopped Mir,keep the ball the rest of thegame. :t1 SPORT
last half with .
I Ken Boston's K-yard run witha IIIIIIir
last place pea Interception gave Missouri ; COATS
f Eight a year an early 7-0 lead, but OSU -
the Conference stormed back Baxter's
on passing
I I ..The Cowboys the running of Garrison and / HILIAWJLJT1fltiiI1th"
It was Mis the US-pound ElliottOn $
opener and the the touchdown pass Elliott -
J the ..IOL the man to motion took
I to the ground the ball In the clear at the Missouri -

$ Slip >?. I I ( I//1 \ iiIJiifY.iiT1!

$ CuamherlainTakes, i liE V1Ill I [

X n. (AP) Tests
the passing,
( Tom Wilkinson
\ Rick Egioff and SAN FRANCISCO (AP) : f

George Squires Fears that Wilt, Ouunberla I + 4 1ik1Vr.
i, victory over might have a serious heart ail
ment were dispelled Friday, but
passing the 7 foot-l star of the San
Francisco Warriors r e m aired
was set up by
by Egioff,' bospttalned for further test
A spokesman for the National ENTIRE

quarter 21-yard Basketball Astodatioo club said
| !the actual aa electrocardiogram examine STOCK OF LIGHTWEIGHT
ef the Cow
tine did dtscloee a slight\ heart
the Jaynawks IsTegflaarity.. A w... Inner, 1
-play.* TVyard as the I an Irregularity malt ,SPORT COATS. STRIPES, SOLIDS,
he* had save acbeal I
Kansas searing|I'Philadelphia.Otsmberieta. cia to the. PLAIDS, MADRAS. COTTONS and
halfback Gate
I.Warriors treating camp with
tote far B eta r .tndlgestan sod BLENDS. SIZES 36 37 31. a
&n la the ..... ..... He ptvyed fa aacxJtibittM 35 -
| againat the U. I.
o* 121 yard ea Olympic leaas Uses was beeHinitd
.. past ,.... .. .. Sept 21.
,. Me fourth I Already.... undergone II
of aO-time haH days ef leas, W will remaia tobe PRICE. 'p, ,
lie CgM Car ( bosetiai Jot sore extensive
,toasts w >.W pi ....... I

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: .J/ .North Marion Spells Double Trouble for PKY

i 1

1 Colts Take Third Win

With 20-13 Decision ... .


By MS NISSEN t' /"'\

Assistant' Sports Editor 1r. CI \" .
r -
When North Marlon's Colts pranced into town Fri

day night they spelled double trouble for P. K. :}
Yonga'a football forces.

t After the smoke had cleared on Citizens Field, PKY

was I saddled with a .defeat and the loss of d ri

s. quarterback Mac lohnlOn.I .

Johnson.. knocked out of with a clean slate of 34.

I action late in the second quarter "This was the hardest hitting

when be was hit on a pass ban game we've !had this year"

play and was taken to Alachua Toole said "I thought we deserved .

General Hospital to win after the way
Blue Wave Coach: Mike Cu- the boys came back when they .., i

tlerres said Saturday that It is were down."

believed Johnson has a cracked

... NORTH MARION HALBACK DANNY SANDLIN ROUNDS END. kneecap and will be out for the Toole singled out outstanding
PKY'i Steve Tattle (40) Moves In line play from end Tookle Pru-
to Make Tackle
remainder of the
itt, center Jim Huff and tackle P.K.: YONGE-S TUTTLE (40) AWAITS PASS FROM QB MAC JOHNSON

Net Sure Bobby Gibson. North Marion Defensive 1 Man Robert. Stone (21) Too" Far From Play
(sal otal* oy Tomny Uwdl
I "The swelling was so bad that -- ---

;I SANTA DEFENSES the doctors couldn't tell for

.. sure" Cutlers said "But they

think the kneecap Is cracked Starke Rolls Over Jackets :

:: : and that there also to damageto

:1 FLORIDA HIGH 70IJ' some cartilage. '

By JIM KELLY after them," said winning coach around left end for the final 10

d ( ITATlme. Son Football Assistant sTATIsTICs David Hurse, after the Tornadoes yards. Dwight Elder r had
{ Special to the SOB) it M. Mw 'IC' ........ II Aq.dli
up ....... STARKE-The unbeaten .. _. ,
rt Nrr had
TALLAHASSEEFumblesplagued STATISTICSPint won their third sprinted 15 yards to the 12-
i 4 ..... ......
.... PR
ball 5
PINI The changed hands iwMne
the Florida High Demons -, ...... : S several 5 Bradford High Tornadoes of HInps ?: I straight game. The Y e 11 I yard-llne to act up his cousin'srun.
"' % From mMflf 4 4 times, and the third quarter 4.4.w.l, T5 sl Starke unleashed a quartet of From MnoltHMVirdi 311 TI Jackets stand 1-1 Donald Falcon kicked the
as Santa Fe pounded out from Main t i y- ....... w1.. In 11. Mlm* rwihlniVirdt 0"I"I
"" a' 7-9 victory here Friday night.
Santa Fe, behind the runningof *. MliwC MM., t II anotherJames Demon fumble which "- 1otItNItt. Friday night to whip the k+tacaptd M 1 3'out anyone until after viewing
.... "" tae 0.The
Doyle Slices took a second ".,- In'orco. by 1l, Petty recovered. ,....11..... last .31.1 ..U.3 Yellow Jackets, 274, in a Florida Yards"" au pmuNa 35 i iU. the game film. As he watches, rest of the half was
; ... IIun' 4.41.5 .....1 I verb .... Star Football Conference
Yellow J
quarter lead on a three-yar .... .... Pi 3/ 1 ... W i11rlni he will see Phil Elder Dwight scoreless. Once the
.... scamper by quarterback Danny Yrds M11 t j.nb u Caught Trick IIIrtII .M...tPMr55s... struggle I .N..10.?..._ T e I e i .- S Elder (first cousins), Mickey Jackets drove to the Tornado
motor .14-17
::. Adams with 10:20 left In the PAW Nisi. eiiii After six plays, Mac Crawford -I 4 Tap. -IIIYI 5151135wIn The Bradford offense struck IcorlmilwnrMryirMwr4.. Agner and Larry Crawford run six but yielded the ball on
....first halt T--'I for' 317 yards rushing and added across the goal line downs.-
caught a trick from the Norn Mewls. P. Sldtr 110.,.../ ,1D..
'1.." Alert defensive work on the Adme MISK.!'Nee y1, MIl PAT Demons and tumbled' BID M5w N ) PAT Do..SmIHi.ward.Kick(M ydP / 33 more via the air lanes. The SIC,.. (_ ..... rwili Agmr. (15ywfnmi Starke evidently meant business Starke immediately tumbled
aaNrt' SIWni IM ;e, noel PAT n. Tornado touchdowns were score- Crowfort (37-r r4 run) from the start The Tor- the to an alert Jacket
of the pigskin
part Rebels accounted Watts picked it up for Florida Iml.I.. II iN -I) PAT
;I > -/or six fumble recoveries, one High at their 11 dw- I '.U lall'j led by four different players nadoes took the opening kickoff defender but two plays laterSt.
first :,
1 of which set up the touchdown. yardage for the down .;:.rerr--Tom*tv*'='ltlll run y< ) Meanwhile the Starke defense "Last year wi lost M In the and marched 60 yards on the ; Augustine coughed up the

w:. Unable to move the ball after Hodge again kicked. Unable to do anything, Plant -ny TrollS' M V*. HMuft rahim) PAT"He's held St Augustine to 71 yards last U seconds to this same wet field to score.Quarterback ball and Bradford recovered at

... the opening kkkoff: Santa Fe The Demons then began a kicked the ball out of Demon rushing and 69 passing. club and tonight the boys went Phil Elder raced Its own six.

,punted and on there first offensive drive that was to go u far as territory to the Rebel: 43. The Jackets' Bobby Bergman .

play, the Demons fumbled the 31 In enemy territory. I The Demons thaatenedr a flat quarterback a. halfback caught a 25-

( M and the Rebels Jumped on it et The Rebels kicked oft to the more time with a drive that and well sure miss him," Cu- WillistonKeys Past.tone'.Heights,427 yard pass and broke loose for

the Florida High 10. Demons to open the second: half. finally ended on the Rebel six tierres said. Gallops runs .of IS and 19 yards but

.... Intecepted Pus Three plays later Rusty Las- Santa' Fe .then ran the clock PItY opened the first quarter could not put his team on the ,:.
slter fumbled, and Slkes picked out. Scoreboard. The Jacket offense
., Florida
? High got out of that -- with determlmrl nirnlno' tut fulLback

one, however as Kent Deed Intercepted Tom Hansen and halfback : :bund the going rough ,deep in t
.", a pass three play Marell IVre scored touchdown Starke territory. ,
later. Hornets and one sthe In the third quarter'''Dwight t.
''' Romp threatened for anoth-
:. With Doug MuUlns running er By MARTY LURK helpless Indians, .4J-T Devils U yards to their fifth Elder plunged to paydlrt from

\ i, for 11 and nine yards to spark Sao Football Assistant. The Red Devils signaled the score u' Mike MikeU carried I the one, capping .a' W-yard I

II .a push the Demons got going, Tyre took a delayed pitchout KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-WIV scoring parade early In the con the ball the final 12 yards to drive. Agner. and Cnwford contributed aft
from of M'and 20
."but they bogged down. Past Melrose Johnson and raced around Jaunts I
They listen poured the coals to outclassed test as they drove for a touchdown paydlrt The score was set up
,punted and a penalty santa left end to the North Marlon here yards during the march;:
? Keystone Just minutes after the on a paaa Interception by defensive
.f Fa back on Its three-yard JJne. one-yard line to set up the TD Friday night as the Red Devils opening kickoff back John Cobb. Starke Iced them game; with

_Fullback.SJkes/ galloped+ 3 5 Hansen rammed over on the scored almost! at will to trounce Keystone averted a shutout alor two fourth quarter TDs: t
yards to take the Rebels out 01) In 4O7GameI next play, and Steve Tuttle Guided by quarterback Doug Agner provided I the first one

danger, .but the visitors lOOn rounded end for the extra Mint Mitchell the Red Devils ram- 5TATIITICIPkyd with a 15-yard burst ;up the

pea 10 punt woo.A to give PKY a 74 lead High School bled 62-yarda the first time their Dims WlI'I'. II.,. MIs middle that caught the: Jacket

If al n Florida High was HAWTHORNE-Hawtho r D e, W yards. : took possession Mitchell rung '"'" "",.1.. t ,1 defense napping. Mike' : Fri. e k
After Fumble ILJGrid up the first score with an eight- 4.5. p555, I 3 kicked the PAT. r
plagued with fumbles this time led by the Cffland Brothers Those GlUand boys are kin Pr11nl.s 1 1vi .'
the ball slipping from the hands scored In every quarter Friday worth a million dollars to me." tackle The drive started when PET ScoresLOCAL yard plunge. Halfback Bob 0 Yard. ....,__ Pus rush 223 tl3 II 11 Minutes later a similar play

4l Ken Hamlin, and Santa Fe's night to crush Melrose, "7. In. said winning coach Bill Col I Kenny O'Steen recovered Griffith who also got Into the Alf 5.25 by Crawford added sis. more
j -Slkes was there to pick It up a six-man team Riverland Football lima shortly after his Hawthorneclub a Colt fumble at the Blue Wave scoring act later In the evening ,. by ..J1.' .345vase. points to the Bradford cause.

as the first quarter ended. Conference battle. had Its 42-yard line. Jack.iwllls Poxwi It, Oolrwtvlll m ran for the extra point. 1.114" '''.. leo' Crawford galloped straight up
won second victory Norm Morion. Jo. f. K. Yon* 13 Ica 001151.3, N .
V George Gilland led the potent against one loss Melrose dropped PKY threatened to with Ltkolutlor B> Chill,. INwk.rry The Indians were simply out if ouiritniWIIIIUM the middle for 37 yards, climaxing
Stopped At Lire I score 5.. ,,Nerd esans. _II" "
J The second Hawthorne attack with two to a 04 mark. the opening kkkoff but saw the F. 1, FlorMo. Ml.** ISlirM matched as they ended the first K.- Nil'. i P ic.rkl. a SB-yard. .,drive.. Falcon

I with the Rebs quarter in possession opened of t touchdowns on runs of U and It-Yard march tale at the North Mar- "_.V..,. N SI MoI.-AufWMM/ I halt trailing, 3M. They could $ W.nvnnIryuT.uckd.enat converted.: /

the ball the two yards and two extra pointsfor Pass ton 10-yard stripe for Insufficient T_ I3, 01I1t. only gain 21 yards offensively Orimn 11 yt i iMllchM Nuns
on Demons' _,
three. e Key II. T.w IIWIIll.hs .
Andy Fulls snared a !25-yar ( wall HM" li Inmli i51M
W Fullback Mac Crawford carried a total of 11 ardage. KntlM Htlfhtf I against WUllston's hard-nosed MHcfwM t p4 v.5 II. ._ U.S. Takes
psss from Roger Glass early In OTMIItCtowMM defense. Pa. kin NIl_,. MIIcIIoII S yd. rvn .
and was stopped at the line of Brother Donald was close behind the third quarter for another North Mi ftMrlM 13OdaIS.P111I 110111541 wnlr NI..I.II. yd. tuft (5.154I.

scrimmage by a touch defen- with two TD's and one Hawthorne tally, and Larry scoring act Marlon in the got second Into the ,... P,_. McCartr Are II, 1I1v1et. 5.mmelIJ Quarterback Mitchell, an offensive n )runty Kivtlai Lc* I".yc... Mel cnwmcn 10. lt.w.Ison 11 ydM Team Lead
3tve wall point after touchdown. Donald quarter and defensive standoutall frara Sr.Urns (Copptr MM. from.
Reeves received credit for 111Iteam' ..... A
on a 24-yard run by fullback i**worm u OMI eMori CMpman1
; Crawford again blasted theJfce scored on scampers of 33 and sixth TO with a seven Don Smith. Fort Mytra. : NopiM evening, marched the Red PARIS (AP Carol Soren-

and picked up one yardjMams yard gallop Reeves also ran a ems eoMM K *WMt> Port 4McArWmr U o r.aMMMM they moved 66 yards in 11 plays son of Ja les Ule, Wit, shot a ;

then took the ball and PAT. Halfback Robert Stone set up NiN.mS City .. ......*: Chi Chi Pulls Stefen Brakes completed 6 out par 72 and Barbara Fay WhIteof
ampered around left end for Bowling Melrose chalked Its Ions t the play when ha Intercepted MOulotCM of 10 passes during the drive. Shreveport, La., a 73 today

I' The only tally of the night. score In the third quarter up on aUyard a PItY pass and ran It back Mil l*"**?l.13. P.OrKWIIIt nM .l. TINS I. Out of Match The last being a 10 yarder to and apparently gave the United
>-.Trigger Hodge'a PAT kick bunt by Billy Robin to the Blue Wave 22.Two bolus P1w. ?'City*' mSU. ?If'It e. <' halfback Cliff Chapman for the States the team lead m the
ss good to make It 04 with Standings ROM04. fomen's World Amateur Golf
MO:20 remaining In the first son Robinson ran the n Irapint plays lost two yards and Si.... U V.nk. I FRESNO, Calif. (AP) -Juan touchdown.
.... Championship..
Tints IUMMOH a ISt Final
(Chi Chi Rodrlgues, complain-
JialfHamlln NOHTMWIIT TRAILS SALISIf -' then the Colts fooled the PKY C- THMvlHo The U. S. team started the
LStyrly Ott.II.. MN.IW S of a sore threat and dizziness Tie final Williston score was
Hawthorne bog
hauled mentor Collins 1 I defense
: a kickoff back 11 with a beautifully executed _,lie _. <* *,CKM M** third round two atrokea behind
-41 yards for the Demons to An11ka5 5 4 pointed out that the squad's draw oil,., ludl _.... 14 Shirt withdrew from the Fresno set up by a double reverse pass J
the play on a third I
t e........ T MHMWM. a, port L.ed.rd.l ; France, 293-195, but the early
i first mM I Open Gold Tournament Friday from Mitchell to end Ronnie
y nFe\ 44 Again the Demons "....,... string quarterback, Wayne down and 12 situation. OHIor s third 4 round results found the \
M ere stalled with Joe Plant '''Welfo, J', 4 1 Allison obtained a alight concussion Miami ".... 14 Port LMMrJockMiwIII ''- 1 after playing holes of Ms sec Stevens Lee added the six t.1
WHO 1 1 LiMa P. Putt. Susie 1 French girls slipping beet
punting to the one OulKlrMm'IIKIOI S 1 in the first period and Tics Seen IIM ond round. points on a twisting three-yard for each t'j
... The lowest scores
-. Santa Fe soon kicked out a """' C 1Tw missed the rest of the contest Sells Edwards booted the PAT MI" _? IMC C._It....ran/, emS wloml I JockM 1wo The Puerto Rican said he had sweep team each day count in t 11.

; Chopping 50 yarder by Hodge, ....nm.nNa.,- .IN .4NI = I W.r55r5tM.r. to knot the score at 7-7 with 15111MI.n I Nor..,... Ix 5,5W ._ort e gone to the doctor Thursday "I was especially proud of team scoring.
i end two plays later, the De- -.. ... :.- '.:41 left In the lint half. Alva' II ,... Mp LOSS night for treatment of his throat our second team tonight because of
.. $ 55 1 N-N ,.... Catherine Lacoste France.
ON tilt MOM eoo* Font MM 14
I none fumbled again, with lute.wil III S......-1rY1 North Marion took over the fco4TMMHMM and bad a shot of penkil in. He they made the first team fight the Individual leader with 73-71
... .
I .. T. lead in the third UM at Siimini4 S. C. had
said he
Taylor .wm5.m5 period after difficulty walking harder
recovering for n against this
the spirited
e ":. 4 WI. airy AIM* ; I Uysrd int. -1C over the 9,133yard St
visitors. u. : IwPSAM N t.:.r 4, Mtkwnr..1y. gay. a salad .." ., / 4 WIN .,. If INN Moe..Ia HlUn' .<-= wall .. OIIKHCadet a. sn.IM P Germain course was a
..' >*M MM S IT Iris 5 y. P1055 tWyrd breaks. II.CSiMsialO 1 fected. Sam Miller at the game's con four
and ever
tarter was par
Bad Ban WIN Tl ee/Nt5..111:: Sumltti I. ':: ='l ............ C/eeS.1m/.NN. -old
Nets 'I hurl The 3D year pro had a tusion. first nine holes.
.Santa Fe L us) Dan with 31 for the
in Demlsoa broke .ainS
was I "eW'dkwr' :
possession of throughMOC 'a
......en round .
first one 73 The Red Devils
., Be ban with 4:4S left in the t I MOOU ....e. to a COlI"and as.. u. is. tN IWe Soma over-par next game Barbara Mclatire of Colorado
I ''- half. Unable ; J K Pm..r.tweMy1 !. Lie. aL Thursday and 31 on the root will be against Crystal River at Springs, the third American
to recovered PKY .
I pick up the E s s LeaguePlay to glee the ban .L..w. OkLINNN. 4 et. r. nine >Friday. | !Aomt
with 31.
;= : '1 I at the North Marlon 4>yard SMN9 SoCmjr wa one over

s .$harks Trip T Tan_ .. ..... C IN 1T.a,5 IST II. Brings I one But the Blue Wave gave ft I loot ley*,34 0o M.CliimiHr Torn* cny e tpr CoMoM fliol** 1l..r *

4 Tau 4 W Tan 1 4 I back: when the Colts pouncedon Mi.wwM CIKlil. M a.r.sds Mill
Tan 5 li Turn | a, Tom 4 llMm g51$
Nine 54 TMm 1 1| Some a fumble al the PItY 41 e alas 11, L.* e MPI.1evNs
Taylor I OPTS SUNDAY Upsets North Marine lost U yardson 1., PiWISI. OJ115.a111.

I TN MOAT MMNIk C"MCMm In Cadet League action at the the first play and t "a P11515. N Ja15f.nlell4
W L ,
Land CM 5$ J..OiwlN km p.5
for Second ,T W Boys' Club the Florida National Stone dashed M yards for the J.a.aMN a. $5 Js..a.ww4 aL
T_- Bank beat Moose Ledge go-ahead touchdown with only LICENSES GUNS .'.GEAR

'e'CEDAR T_MmMm '' .4 < 0 on Leo Smith's 20 yard touchdown 11 seconds remaining hi la en "Pe. t< JrlmilMl. SIN.JwkLMmN .
XEY-1bt Shark SwN..d 4 JN..m5NPmNeS
aa run. Larry Stanley was a third period. Edwards' PAT attempt CLOTHING
It two in a row here Frl- T .
night as they turned barker T_ ...... Lodfs.Mark standout on defense for Moose ,. was blocked and t k escore P.Ik.Iw em. s, t.ea.AeP COATS COLT HAND GUNS .

!. High of Herson 11-12. ::" ::: : : 1 t : Sommese scored stood at 13-7. h. : t
T ,, :: on touchdown runs of M and 4S a ll I cv P PANTS
a partisan Cedar Key Ti14TmSO, and AaMkerreaaaleAnother Pus,, Mc WI .SOs, .. J2 CAL RjfUfSNAKlfiOOf
yards added an extra point TI., W kw a
OMN seetlon.p .. TN esMv Meewne ce'Ma I to lead Cannon Insurance to aIN table resettedorta III M K A+rltq L4r..1 KAMO SUITS ILes. Rrn. atst.spui.J' 5
.VMSI Maru got on the' ......'thai toachdowa Oml.d. MNI '
a Tama N i victory ever First Federal : TvIip Gina Ti. el.rarLLa..s. CATS
i iI i beard m the first quartertrge T_ .. .. Roger Whiteney added with ISI Jtft n t.e penes .
Rathcox hit Miles Ti5T1 touchdown In the second period a Robert YeafMjutaaad en fta e I.kN.tmr'ss e AMI IAOI US$11I0.

r a pass play that coopards '' .. i for Cannon with a run of Uyards. toes ben. anal ft* Catts awl lldILIMp..wiNr VaVTS .(Alr.da.aa' i Pbee .aelS t
and '
the Sharks : : : Mike watthelWatTweieayelater : .. '
Tern added the l tr \ 'NAH sHTI Kmf. "
extra point Tommy Stone irssajif si yarasto NOTs ,:.- .
.. _
Tars/4TiIs, Ti 1 I : .. l
d _. .. :
e a period wara -It... .
term scored for First the eoe to sat .
$3 Term S 1. Tow Psi Taw Federal with/ a scar* .
i affair and Cedar a 4 Tim .,. i.ttfttiu .
M MKhdm Smltk snMaM l :
OPTS $.JsOAY gallop and Lee war aa ..
,14. e.TAa, LUtly Bat. atfsM tile extra point Mel play ad Mwli 1et M 117fioetl.r.r'e a t...: T r4'a ...-.J r

taq Ronnie w i II after League action United i.the. PAT to snake .., jfj>,..,jtA: :''' .r', -" '.. ,<' .. ;:

the air for a cc,,,. "IM4 pS Commercial Travelers beat The Blue wits III back tea ,. "IO1f.., .ft ,".. f"

This time he : awes ': t I Sperry 144 aa Guy Harvey and die game a a4 Ts tar!. ,.. '.. 1; .. t/I> '. ptfl t I': ,,' .
tin kilos i clear and w.1.l 0P'w'S Terry Nun scored on teach. IIIe uur.Yug ttrIIaII and taata k'wt. .. .+1 k\'a t '" lalisr4 t
t a It-yarder that >t .(; ',. ..' .. .. 2je.IMM..tali Tyr .Il f
r' : :t down rune 01 M and so yards a yards tor mjfce PAT : <<.. ,,' ; .: I
"l points. rend4r.1.5ML.. P'I reeoacllMfr. Harvey alee addedtwe .aaae goo< and aba '. : -... ""j't: : .... iIi '. "i ) ,
acemgwas .
scored In .. .
the .
[ .. .
''e"wui P1mu. ids pe. soasls when he downed Ar- end ... v.. "1' .. .
i ..... "
I aV i a 40-yard ... 4 c_ M ...... a Haw Ahsm sa .the end sons for North Marion. 0-wb llaa ; \ ': ,
_out of reach tklda.s PkwW. :: P.s4 0. a ..,.,. Charles Gifford playedfeat Tools wan tjeasoi .4sb sat ; '"
I w .. .. .Y =Ihdw1 na
:::,. eWeaetre ben for Sparry M .... .SM Win aAaepa

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a I>> Paxon Stops Hurricaiies i .ju. ife Iv )



San Sports Writer

I cane JACKSONVILLEHurri.CilnesvlUedi struck here. 1

Friday night but did my little ...
damage over the Puon marshlands '' t.

where It was expected < !,
to hit with intensive force. '

Apparently keeping tabs on
rMr uw Hurricanes! ) since It started :If1' ) ..
to howl earlier ta the '
week was a fierce band of Gold -

en Eagles led by a 190-pound >. -

burly bird answering to the can ':!. .
+ of Glenn Ellison. ..
1A '
After the wind had subsided '''' '
'\' "

Paxoa Took Penalty That Shored Gainesville Back 15 Yards Eagle Ellison had done more tI.I. .
damage than Hurricane Calnesvllleds -

Psxon withstood the
Hurricanes( ) 1 -'.

Lake Butler Downs 141 Yards

Ellison a senior halfback
t soaked up Itt yards on the

ground as baled his determined FAXON'S BILLY CATUTO DIVES 'FOR LOW PASS BUT MISSES a'' ,' rR

i Paxon corps over the Purple Gainesville1 Jackie Eckdahl Moves IB On Defensive Play
Indians in Big OneBy and White of Gainesville. He u.s mtM1tN W eeee a eo

__ ....... '- t.t.I
JOHN CLENDENON ed up the loose football'it the rraw ........ T 4 1 7 ,

Son FeotteJI Assistant. STATISTICS L. lut". 38 ran the rest of the route unmolested Pee t>.aw i i

LAKE BUTLER Lake But- Pint haw_nuNls1" S 7 10 l' to give the'Tigers aaIM v y-_ ...1.'Intl_ .rush....".". .It., Ifl.
Jer kept It,* perfect record In- trim ", advantage. == .. Panthers
...... NO: I ., : : Trip Branford
tact by thumping Chlefland, ISI Vtr. ftliwd milYtrM Ii JIM Lake Butler drove II yards ... ...s sail .
Friday night in a Suwannee ..- paiMd HU. 41 H...r for the game's first score vw"sa.. aN.e lore a

, .. Conference football game high .- ..-.,. b1 ..0 1 With quarterback Jimmy Scan. wart..' I e- 1 ,
lighted by fumbles.All PunltFurnMi. loll 4.1 "Ill Srare. Thomas directing the march 1.- iP .- By GLENN LANEY 10 times on Newberry's flnt ford had to kick on fourth down
of the resulted directly Ml 1. ,71 and Bob and Harold 'I ,..,.
scoring Lyons "S'r'r "
1.s. f ga.r/.re. ..! Sua Fietbell Assistant ..., touchdown march accounting: with small yardage to go. The ,
--- eb I
-4 NIl (II PAT I"
from bob Griner the ball ..... ....
ewl..e toting .
or indirectly ,.. e e a s. e doing a law e I) U N.en. BRANFORDA fourth .11.. t for 57 of the 04 yards whole Newberry lire cam
.. prim erww
Ph. ,
.. the Tigers moved to the Chief- w .I. geld HI:1.:: i I
SillsleCM.w11e land : Sewn r. Ie, P ff. saw (11 quarter rally by the Branford ..e ........ M .err.el Holder Scenes crashing through to block the
The win five Coach JimDlftiel' 21. PAT ran II' w eNwwth 1 4PMM
0.-aPi. (It, *M from z.l.L.w11i. '"- Buccaneers fell short Friday ...... pane Is e Newberry scored with Just punt Newberry recovered on
Union .
County squad a ...... Aaetber Fumble night u the Panthers from the Branford alx.To .
lullcr Imnttt ( *" M 14 slate. It was first lots ta lane Then Lyons scampered had Jaunts of 42 a yards this ( win 4-MI 4-1
I ;Newberry handed them a 114 ,,_... second half Holder's four Piss
thee outings for Chlefland. T.LT.w t_( ..MM(70 fumftl from*1 nnvtrylOtfkltlt ThomMl. around left end to the 10 wherehe food for a touchdown, a 34- defeat Iy.... tosspMNl.. 00 on I
The winners Jumped off to a : Larry *.yl>tw, rttarMiJeM was hit and fumbled. Alert yard trip that carried to the I I w u.rhrat : yard TD bunt up the middle On fourth down the Pantherswere
v Morrtan. hod lluMmmi UNKff / Andy Cheney, a IM pound I- d still the Branford alx
> quick 124 lead with a pair of umplni Norm !Oulncy fit 14 guard Glen Brannen scooped up one, and finished the night withan freshman for Branford trMMrlrn I See-IS On the ensuelng kickoff Newberry on
touchdowns in the tint feet' the ball and his SI If.bed -' tumnxrVIToucMMMt successfully tried an on- Farnsworth faked to Holder off
i quarter I plowed way to Impressive per carry.In .
j but ChieOand rallied for a the 5.The. a kickoff the foot of New.berry' -I'-.>niT tMKc...(4 y* rwil >*Ttnti sides kick. Branford wu ableto tackle and hit Bass with a puss
a flnt down. But the Indians Jerry Harris and ran Ite it > 14 Y* MM 1750
nutshell Ellison
a took on the two and the big end
TO and was threatening to go touchdown play was equally PAT keep them from scoring is
took too much time getting the the wind It back 09 yards to set the =.rI M4W p we ran, PAT_
I ahead halfway through the ss odd.Griner out of GIIS' sails up .. time ran out In the first half. went on In for the touchdown.
; fourth quarter when Old Man playoff and drew a five yard churned up the middle The Canes got their only Buccaneers only touchdown of Branford kicked off to begin Iw extra point was again t
: Fumble appeared. delay of game penalty. I and Into the end for the night. Chaney caught the the second half and It looked topped shortNewberry
tone an score Just .. the second halt Harry Holder wet the big gun
ball his 20 line
With fourth down on the 28, on own yard
apparent TD but he fumbled started. Jackie Eckdahl returned is U Newberry were going to blocked another I
ef Game end twisted the on offense for the Panthers as
Delay to
halfback Corbin
swept way
them off the field I Branford of the
Center Danny Bennett saved the klckkff to his own 3S and run right punt midway
Chlefland had the ban on the left end. He was hit hard at Newberry U. he pounded Mi way for N big
the day for Lake Butler when from there Al Simmons went with some daring football. With fourth quarter, failed to score
Lake Butler 23 with fourth down the 2S and fumbled, Lake In ilx plays the smaller Branford yards on 2} carries. Holder ran
'he pounced on the football for 17 yards up the middle for a foarth down and three yards togo from the It-yard Una.
., and less than a yard to go for Butler's Tommy Thomas plck'jitA I team punched the ball both to the outside and up the Individual
t. the score. The conversion attempt first down. Tack onto this a 15- In their own territory New- Then came the hen
mldle In compiling Ms Impressive
across the goal. Chaney carried .
was wide. 1 berry gambled roles by Cheney
yard penalty against Paxon and total. He retried the ball
The winners upped the mar the 'Canes were In scoring ter. on three of them. Quarterback Tommy Farna- Newberry got the belt on the 1,

gin to 124 when Chiefland fumbled ritory.. worth handed the ball to his ill kickoff and Branford never got

the ensuing kickoff on its KNOCK ON WOOD purpose halfback Holder ind he a chance to get the ball off of. \\1
Halfback Brian Hlpp, who later
own 35 sipped around right end for tense for the rest of the night
After Lyons took the mall to had the longest run of the 12 yards and a first down. Newberry coach Archie Bank ,
the 32, Jimmy Thomas dropped night on a M yard thrillteamed Brinfordi defense stiffen, ton thought Holder's effort
'10,( 4 back to pass He hit Lyons witha with Simmons to erWelcome' and after giving up one mori I was excellent "But I went to I' 1 1I
\ perfect pitch at the I and out the short yardage downPexon's flnt down held the vlattor'i I stress It wee a team victory," '
: the Tiger halfback went Into the, one yard 1iM.I Back I powerful ground attack. he said 'Our defense probably I

end lOne for the TD. The run I From hen Simmons plows The big break ef the gam e played one of tilt best games j1,
for the extra failed. In for the Canes' only loud ill "*
point for Newberry came when Bran It has played Hison. :
down. A bad snap from cen err: Timer I
N. Score led Gibson to run for the extri ,
Neither team scored In the point \

second period, but fired up '
Chlefland wasted little time as Raked AIMgtt JACK HARRIS' t /
the second half began The rate soaked Hurrlcanes- FOOTBALL
Chlefland recovered a fumble I the wet stuff fell for the duration "Back In the saddle again." Welcome fellow bowler ,

on the Lake Butler 21 and hit I of the game appeared to the new, more effective 196<1.85 bowling season I

the Scoreboard three plays later I to come alive ta the second half. (sounds _like._. a_ commercial._mmn! ____,)
Quarterback Dennis lImit word with the desk it Palm
Ellison and quarterback Gary nil. to welcome
found end Wesley Peaks open on Lanes or contact: me at 375. i
I i the bread andbutter
Pajcic, a back after three years layoff
the goal line and tossed to him 4242
I omblnstlon of Pawn found from the thrills and pains of dm ,
for the score The conversion t he: 'Cane defense a little more bowling, Herchel Streit and Bill Our sincere condolences to
attempt was blocked. Frank Pales and John Even.
I determined In the second Bens. Then there ire bowlers '
Tommy Thomas' 70-yard run half'j who never know when to quitor frames tern
polled Chleflsnd's rally. Pajcic, however, had bowling must have a tendency -
Daniel was both happy and I Us shire of damage to
to keep them young wogritulaUoni Carton Informs me that the
relieved ifterwirds. Milton St. Peter, lanes have a total of II league
"It was i hard fought I tnt period as he cake walked
pme and a big victory for us, town! the sidelines for I 43yardStmt Don Mason Jim Blocker Whl- Including five morning league
LAKE BUTLER'S JIMMY THOMAS BREAKS LOOSE: but I'm afraid those fumbles I return that was good for tey Stefan ind the Schroeder Anyone desiring to form I IN'

Unidentified ChlefUnd Tackle Cornea Up Streaf are going to hurt us yet" he Ix points. Pats led M ta the of Keystone Heights vague contact Carson or H

i Hid. "We've had 'fumbleitls' In larly minutes of the first peiod. Two new additions which imported Hugh Crosby' :

wr first three games." from Orali are Joe and The Distaff UI trying to

s Tigers Top Greenville I Daniel singled out the play Ir GUS had the Eagles down on Annie Balogh. form i scratch league after the
jf the Thomas brothers and Mrs Millar U of F bowling University City league
hot PMMI flva yard line .1 the SEE THESE BIQ'QAM'"I
(Special to the Sal) I halfback Lyons. half was about to end but Bill- instructor, the wonderful ladyof on Wednesday interested nighla. All ta worn

GREENVILLETrenton STATISTICSITr.MM en.ONe.rPervM ta Lyons the was the with leading W yards rusher In I son and Pajcic) with the help of bowling She has probably I en good bowlers competition contact some Pa THIS SUNDAY

High scored one touchdown in "" 4 f: 11 csrrtes.pme, Billy Csputo. reached the midI taught more youngsters to roll tone or Owen Del....'. GIANTS w. LIONS .
e e, field mark with less than a minute
Prim i iPnfVI pestle I that black sphere at tea oblong
I each of the final two periods Losing coach: Doyle McCslI I The top scorers so far In this
V r. = J ,':1 to play. Here Ellison reeled pieces of maple than most IIJO P.M. Ch.nn.li3-4
for a 13-7 come-from-behliid victory Y- |.- pawlee M 44iwtti.t. aid the delay-ofgame penalty off a 42 yard carry that bowlers have 200 young sesaon era P. A. Lee
i } i probably cost his squad the seen games (Commercial League) IG; Warren OILIIS CHIIFS
over Greenville in Suwaa- I=- ...rwsd M put Pawn further ahead, 1)4. bowled. I i imagine one ef her vi.
sse s pint I Carton (Royal Crown Clas '2:30 P.M.
see Conference football action II rat ,-IIII"" ......./... Y: .SScar. "I think we would have gone ., ..... ambitions as a bowling Instructor tic) M; T by RoHadge s fine Ch.nit.16 V
Friday BightGreenville IS ...I.IITrenr on to score and get the extra The excellent punting of PiJ- toto tutoriMOiverigebowler. m. A more complete line of
went ahead In the '. 71,07e point" he laid "We had about etc contributed to the downfall Good luck Mrs. Millar. Korea will be la wit week
N.Tr.Ow.. --'VI' I a foot to go for the first down''of the "Canes as much as anything I promised Warren "Pappy"Carson ,column.Bowleri.

lint quarter after recovering a .........- WHIM PAT. -OS wiMm H. MMirt .....tram.... but we Juit took too much ; That' and easily penal- I wouldn't., anything Kite: Listen to o R o E R.' 1M .11! Mo..sMRCAICTORI ..
fumble oa the visitors' W-yard I 11: .* nm) MT- lie ...*. I time."- I 1 ties keep CHS behind the eight- about the heavier pins Strikes and Spares en WGO3
line following a punt. tutitm U r*. iw) PAT McCall said the loss of two ball throughout the evening. this rear, too much or too little 'Friday nights st 7:M ,m. and

1- I first string backs hurt his club I I Oddly enough Paxon who was oil on the lanes, sticky approaches Pta Psttors ea WDVH Satur. : fV

Halfback Phil Andrews from And the same duo connected Fullback Ted Key only played. looted to be a passing lean, that power pecked .say morning at It:M a m. '
three yards out for the score pert of the game and halfback threw for nine times without sir conditioner and taking a Free kwtrocttoM by appoint-
Trenton knotted the score" at on another pass for the PAT. Lee Mills out with aa Injured compbting a pass Eckdahl loaf to get bowling shirts SO mend at Pita Lanes. A gentle MwlfatdCOLOR a.

W In the third period whenhalfback : Midway In the final'quarter II knee, didn't see my actli.MCCIIIcOssmendedthS I'1 completed Just one tots to end I will keep quiet I dint to John Culptpper and
line Derid Crown thai traveled It- If any league or Individualhas Ed IufreC
Danny WUsoa took a Slaughter broke loose ea a 13- a1
from nby of ... Randy Allen I yards. anything they or It wants Elmer BreadweO will drills TV
IS-yard touchdown pass yard for the and With
= ,Sam tVUry 1, second half ticked column leave bell fit
quarterback 'Jimmy Slaughter. wl.,1( As the to put Into the i to you
ems and the running ef Csrbta.) I away Gainesville fane were

'brought to life ea Hlpp's electrifying -

N yard haul The
!:I pby started en the Tine U Gun Bow NipsFavored

..-; Hipp went ever the left sUe ef

: lilt ,... wn, ell to has ewe
'." toft and. headed far rpm coon-
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M' 8. Kelso
'M. ITS ,
the game a pounder ,
who & ea a bum...
-i. wee playing PEW YORK AP- we Modht don from No I
t head aa the PuoII11. 'nodded BV. bead ill freed jutt tied right down fa the finish

'at the fIn sh line Saturday and:Inns with Gull tow slicking his
Leotltl !
., I kept Kek from 'becoming the BOH ta from ta the final stride
A IS yard penalty put they IL ;
f .4 Hurricanes back to fee 27 and,I world's hading money winner Pan .....'. Quadrangle, on- u"IICII.$4SS

fata Bbs. weal far M yards I H be wen the IMJN Weal hyeare*. ta Ills Held of live, a

off.tatiJe. Bat till Eagles held 'win: at Aqueduct ta. a IhruVbgfbe trailed by few Ingtas for

CB bat J-Malls ellad ... I 0aM IBM' with GeadalcaMl 1tIJ1I.-
three ..*.. =
plays Gen Bow 14-year-old" from fourth Md Cefersde King last t
The foal btow to coach JillJlJbIad'
... :the Cedney: farm ndan by C. Bow, caafttog ap ku TIRMS$ TO SUITVARIETY f ,

ewes E friaeldmart.g WsJUr Blum, lid Kelse. ftetarttoe right. vk Mrt. dill stakes In I

area the GIll 8, kaOed. throe* I f Rene ef the. Year M Maria ftto. year earned Ift- THE
the entire Rurrieane defense I Iron Mrs fJcherd S. MPeaTlfcriasmla a to aastt has. IM4 bankroll STORE

sad wee fkwOy stopped en the I II liable, hooted aa oneihrtiaatt to ( aad ej but wrapped o ..
I efa mid tees the end .. :\
f ei tie Year honorsad ; ,
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AL>I ? Frea Ben piJrJe) meshed I III TIM 1M"mtb race. flto iMMfoadlrlHoa. ham- AvwIMOMt ".- J4iONTHflHIfAH .J "l"il

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mnesotaTops ': / Ij' ; ... Ff I! ,IOWA.CITY, Iowa (AP) nbg and kicking: that pushed! REPAIRING
; I Gary Snook powered Iowa to a\\1 I the West Coast team to front It-
) -. '.. ;. "j' $,1I11p11t of Washington Saturday :14 at the haltWashington I a "W. Rod
j with that riddledthe
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defense of the'nation's 10th.. 0-111, Than Our" :4
Iowa 14 I 014,7AFLORIDA
: Bears ranked football team.,
a Motor Block
: The rangy Iowa quarterback Flushed ?: ,

r ;) tossed and scored two on touchdown a plunge peases to a __..,THUIS. We Pick-Up&Deliver'
': comeback that sends Iowa into N TIle
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ro ; 26-20 Big Ten action next week with a MDIATOK SHOP :
': record .
:, = '" ) ; perfect White Electric:
\ ;,. Snook completed II fillS pass I
LEY 'ea i.1-4 es for 215 yards He hit oa I of
SI yards, the final touchdown I & BatteryService' \
', ,|I ll to the first quarter for 110 .
llinanNofa tprartasbai and two conversions aa Callforiaav .' I and propelled Iowa to 'n '
i 11a11Ia1.n"+....,'', tavored by yards I
down pastas Saturdayto&ffeersto bet to a Big Ten I N.W. 8th Ave.FR .
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halfback Ron ..
Iowa Defenders David DenUch
ttttpsstjtetory ill time. Long (S8),, Phillip ;Miu 2-.511
atralght ,Medved Ignited n comeback: In ......,..,....
over till jBBbttHKdHMMW The Bears I
\ trailing 19-1J
............." "' tour mtoutea to play, gambleden -.'- -.- .....-. ..... the second period with his ran- .
:.:.Gei1* ...... :.. \ a fourth and three iltuatton

fidt'pdi ala ud an their X, but Craig Uorton'a f' .. ,", \",-)', ,

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:Air Force I Minnesota:immediately took .
.."". advantage and. to five playa '
W clinched the victory aa Reid t': ,CAN

11 purrs ByColo. plunged Morton over'whipped from the California on*. 1Jj.t' ,'

t State back 15 yards to II playa Including f. :
a 0-yard paaa to Jerry Bra !
dley. Tom Blanchfield plungedover
f. FORCE .ACADEMY, to acore. rn
'Colti.'(AP)'-Air Force, still The Bears were aucoanful onaa f If
(rostrated by:a pMUrtaf of- onside kick 1 taking over at J
I band, broke open a tight foot the Minnesota H with only aloe
I ell f wn with a ttrard acs seconds remaining Two Morton
tog pass to the final period SaturdoX paaaea en incomplete out of the I
and beat Colorado State end tone and the game was

I'fiftl Cadets went to the final I over.Hanklnaon, who hit hit first

'orb seconds o(,the first half .. ate semis without
a rain,
t for..acoring on an '.JIfdJ threw touchdown paaaea of five
pIU. wbk yards to Kent Kramer and
to yards to Aaron Brown.
Hog b- Morton'a paaalng' kept the
,.A tabled punt gave C8U an eal'llll contention even though ,
opening on the AIr Tore In -1't'
they trailed 114 at halftime In
fee.,.third period. The ftamsmade Udegreo heat and before a MJJT;
it food ell a touchdown :
crowd oIUaoo. ( .
Ucf.tren yards from Eddie: .. fr f.
gilt to Jim .....,'but their S '"

crWOiIOIDt conversion K-StateEkes ,,, ,. TIME TO ,(HECK *fl is WSl** i
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A Early to till fourth quirt, .
JkJTorce;:; md Jim Grttheetrod ByColorado : ; i ii
a beautiful pass Horn :
Uney foe the second .Cadet i
tour..... In two previous\ FIRE HAZARDS TVi !
games this year Air Fore had .e ,
elm only 10 points.I'e. BOULDER 4 r r
Colo. (AP- l".&*
: : : .1-14.s [Kansas State turned two Colorado ; (, ;"' "
1 A- =r.- ...jay mm Mwdf fumbles. into nine tint half <
rwr! Imo. r. MM sum suit. c.... points for a lead that wllhItoodColorldo' ,i !
-....f',...."- Or... A Pi* l. W. second ball come TIME JO CHECK
'"'..-"i,.. ,... back and gave K-Slate a W-14 '. "*"
victory to a mlttake-mtrrod Big ,: } *** ,, ,
gue'.PlayShOW8 Saturday Eight Conference football sa1R w "INSUhNCE NEEDS ,.+

Action I Colorado feat four .am'j "

; and IMtate three to an .
filled first half but both \ ;-
r. ,
'. In Cadet League scUoa at he snapped back will polwndAlay 4's '.'
I Boy* Club Deny Conereti after the rest period ..rX .
r ,laatfpsrryMasWtyneSuK State guard. Mat MartinJumped .\I'
BOW *det the score. on a fumbled punt on "
Lumber Ned CM- Colorado's eight" to the waning ,.
:1NM Bank to taU over lint seconds of the first quarter I/lJi '
Bobby Tomb rand '71 period. On the second play Jar
for lilt ..* talk* lint ry CaDdIe skipped Into the end
jd KavtaKatoAaff*addntra sons untouched on a wide sweep
'It1M point. Tommy Brb'around Colorado's right flank.
1 iii .70 yard touchdown pan, Cantor Mike Ida grabbed
1fbaek Joe LaB.tll u the Colorado halfback Bin Symona' (XT. "
-OUere edged the Patriots M to fumble on Colorado's a, setting "
"et league contest Deott > off a drive capped by Jerry iff)1ifIJJ8iFH1M
led the Raiders tovictory Cook's !yard field goal r,
." over the Cowboys .Kansas State ran the lead to
to JBother Midget League eontestr 1M to the third quarter with a .4-11
l3 play touchdown drtVai cover*
.n u Bui' Intercepted I .tog N yards with Boa Barlow

Ste lees pass sad raced re Jude ,plays.tugging the ben M yards to five 1.Taock your children the (importance. of S. If you hove a fireplace,.dont, 9. Electric 'trans should. bo turned off, if
far a touchdown and thnbyadtha fire unless. you have:. .... left board.'
toy block for Bobby *M- Colorado countered with an .11. on ironing

net to run for defeated a i yard the Steele score 11-play. t touchdown Balsa: Banks'trip Iiaurtogaopboanore .-yard 2. Escopo routes from homes should bt 6..A:firs extinguisher should bo a must in 10. M.k. certain electric wiring Is

'u 11'I.1"the Boars to a Junior Leaguoram. run Into the end sere that left planned for fire emergency.. every homo and in ovary,car. adequate for your needs.

.In another Junior League Colorado After trading Oyard 1I-7.quick kick put 3. Smoking In bod may .. enoyable} but 7. Remove,paper and rubbish from closets, 11. Inflammable materials should bo kept

fine the over Rams the Colt won.on pans.frtIce Colorado back on Its 13, the .it is 01 deadly ,NetiC'.. basements and.attics In safe containers., I I

.' Qutotendlnf. players for the Buffaloes touchdown marched that left IT them yards only to a 4. Keep ashos In metal containers that ore 8. Keep matches and cigaret IIh..ut of '12. ,Dry cleaning in the homo with Inflammable 1

I .... Included Halo David of the now.nIInd1 Ruu; two potato back. Jut Kane large onough the |ob.- reach of children. materials Is dangerous
eii State controlled the ball the rest ,1
I TedTewy aDd 1ft : I
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SneedlStoefera way.
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,.,MarkHendaa Craig.: Toy Ron'-aU.Baaa llathla.-.,Bank BeareIMOS and; Spartans Win 1 This Service Message is Endorsed bylhe Following Independent Agents

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"ro. Decide big '
? end,snared a KeD Berry peas to Adam Dan ByrdAssociates CannonTrtwttkA Tom Don Howard Hall
Yjenturi Best the and sons for a touchdown
with nine seconds toft and gave Insuranca Inc. ..Mcyf .me., Agency AgencyINSURANCE
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eJ1 golf lilt June Saturday.Bond's. IM T. CLAYTON w .... jraretl BONDS"

eat I notable comeback one-handed catch waa 114 l.W. 4* A... GUYNN and JACK MYOT ... K. Mete Ik 1
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Year for 'MM, bad battled from a 14 deficit to n -wi I1S M.W.II"BA pR 1.1S11 fa 104m 17244N
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out over Bus' was set up by the recovery .- W. Hannon U 'SURE AND CHKK Hod6.-Fw& KIrk.trfck I
POA cbaaploa. of a fumble. VT OrfjOW ail EHOfTlac.

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Utah State scored three "
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back. oa They, got en: the seonaoard INSURANCI NKDS-' YOUR INAMAMBl MBW: '. MLNWIII
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Junior Woman' Club will pre-
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cent their eleventh annual benefit fashion M .3N
how entitled "Parlslenne Parade" on Thuriu
; day at the Clubhouse. Went Newberry Road
Fashion will b. presented for public
h M viewing at a coffee ahowinir scheduled for b.
.. 9:15: a.m. and at a dessert review at 7.30
; p.m. 4

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Modeling faihiona from city shops will be rM I
Mr*. Julian Murray, Mr*. William Jones Jr., '1
t t Mr*. Gerald McCoy, Mr*. Thomas Aihworth ,
2. Mr. Andrew Arras Jr., Mr*. William Woodbury -
% Mr. David Drylie Mr*. Robert Mautz ;
Mr*. Charles McCallum. Mr*. James Zeif ler,
: 4 Mr. Harry Pryitowsky. Mr. Glen McMiU 11
I j? Ian Mr*. William Saundem Mr*. Byron ,
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Martin. Mr*. Steve Melvin Mr*. John Mul. %rY t:4
len, Mr*. William Finley Jr.

n! Also Mr*. Richard Walsh. Mr*. Charles 6
I Engel Mr. Robert Sealman. Mr*. Michael '
+r rf .7.7K
., r O Coullia Mn. Rodger 8< / Schnell. Mn. Vern Myrkk, Mr*. Jamea Cunningham.
'1 Y, eMss. Mn. Robert Barnes, Mn. Richard
Wood, Mn. Jack Bohannon )fr.. James Res
tJ Bishop Jr, Mn. Vincent Stenger, Mn. Donald -
Tredinfck. Sherry and Terry Heater,
.. Pam Moore Terry Rnacll. Pam Bitch.Cathy
i L AI,., Howard, ".. ... ; Idt/oN Mrs. AM J. Ce:, Row and Jan ED.... Mrs. Jamec F, lishep Jr. wean a suit and matchtna coat off <
second vice president, .look an .".....,., tt.rf.. drew rehear waffle cobblattane tweed. Little Mist Pam Maera will model hot
I el. (Story 0. Page IB) pink A live sfclft ond pastel pink coHon knit iweater. "

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Sun Suedey, October. '4, 1964

Woman's ClubReception Meet Rebekohs in +

;> CityMrs. l !

j Maggie Hat.. c o c k
Mondav District Deputy President for lraa.

d Rebekah Ledges in Haw. ... 5

The Gainesville Woman's Mrs. F. A. Eidsness, Mrs. L. Be 'I thdrne,'Palatka, St. Augustine r THE FAVORITE SPOT
one of the largest clubs G. Gramllng, Mrs. C. H. 'If. and Gainesville, will attend IN TOWN TO
to the Florida Federation ofwwnen'i Johnson. MEET FOR NOON
; a district meeting on Thursday
fall Clubs, will open its Also Mrs. J. G. F. Knight, Mrs. at I pm. at the Odd 706 W. UNIVER AVE.1'h .
season Monday with a Mrs Albert H. Krezdorn, : ;
reception from Ito S In Fellows Temple as honor
p.m. Mrs.
Paige Pinnell, Dr. Catherine I -
the Clubhouse, West University r guest !

Puclc: Mrs. C. F. Shew-
Avenue. ey, Mrs. H. J. Stevens, Mrs. E. A social hour for Rebekahi
-:During the reception, mem- Myra Terwilllger, and Mrs. U ; and Odd Fellows will follow I
bjpn and guests, as well aa Coy Thomas.Mri. the meetlnt.
new and prospective member M. I. Rudderman is
., will be welcomed by in charge of publicity. I
.Mri..M. T. Hartman Jr. and Mri. John Flowers and Mrs ofF 'y '
.!members the Executive John Andrews will be In ,, :
:Baird, who will form the receiving charge of the decorations, :
line. which will emphasize the club
o.Past presidents of the 'colon of green and gold ,
.Gainesville Woman'i Club will This opening reception of
serve at the tea tables. the Woman'i Club will usher
-J Mn. Mark Emmel presldejnk In a year of a wide variety of
.of the Florida Federa- activities and parties plannedby HERITAGcai.i.i.Rii
tle*.of Women'i Clubs, will the committee chairmen
be a. special guest. Mn. Em and their Militants.
mel U the tint member of The reception will proceed C
the local club to be President the first regular meeting
I << ,of the State Organization which will be held on W tdIIe..
since Mn. J. H. Palm- day at 1:3D a.m. at the clubhouse a s' 4a xk
er'...,ss president in Mll-14. ,'
Mrs. Arthur Lee Campbell An Innovation this year
i fourth vice president of the will be the Fine Arts Day I
cJu .. 1s chairman of this special Wednesday, October foe This
'event. will be a full day of plan- a s
Those assisting Mn. Campbell ned activities including a book
will be Mn. Mitchell review, a covered dial
Baumsteln, co chilrm n ; luncheon: and an art exhibit
Mn. Frederick B. Arnold, andln ructlOll.
Mrs. Clarks Becker, Mn.PJeYre Other October events will be c '\ decorator service
Mri. Leonard f' .
o ry
the traditional Halloween g1
Chase, Mn. J. N. Laps, Mn. TiTOlBlOCKER
Cecil E. Love, Mn. Earl C..W.y Juncheon.two bridge partial 9 N

Mrs. Francis Myers, and the regular scheduled IlorlC 7d f
_Mrs Wendell E. Clardy, meetings I/f/4i

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.:TUESDAY: ,October I versify Avenue, and Mn. for the Mrs. Uof F Contest had in opportunity recently to meet the
I First Methodist Cksrch, WMS Bryan Walker. candidates during an informal dessert party. In the top picture Dean Frank a 1 and TlJRNIPSEEDFURNITURF I
".:30 a.m., Circle 4, Beth- S p.m., Circle S, Church Adams chats with Mrs. Edward Mend enhall and Mrs. Robert Hammer while
any Room, Mrs. Thomas Parlors below, Col. William N. Boas Jr. and State Representative Ralph Turlington CO OCAIA
-4cott!, Mn F. M. I JO Circle visit with Mrs. Louis Godey, center, Mrs. William LaMee and
O'Byrne. : p.m., 12 Mn. Mrs. Mark Herr.
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10 a.m., Circle I, Mn. J. T.Donilson C. R. Cough, 307 NW 14th
o KJ NW Kh Avenue Avenue (Covered dish sup- flask In the three part sportswear, and the second
; Circle 2, Mn. George per); ontesi to select Mrs. U of Frill wearing a cocktail dress.

-I .fletcher, Newberry Road; I p.m., Circle I, Mrs. Ben take place Friday eve- Each of the entrants who F Gilberg's
Circle 3, Mn. Marcus Milan,
F Yarbnugh, 3M NE: k d .
ni ln l In the P. K.
UTS Newberry Road; Circle Street. Circle 10, Mn. Carter | Yonge au- his completed a personal Interview 109 W. University Avenue
4,Mn. H. H. Hobbs, t. *W Oiterblnd, 210S NW 7th Lane; "Itorlum. and homem a k log Phone FR 2-2721
,lest Avenue; Circle I, Mn. Circle 11, Mn. R. J. Anderson The affair, which Is open to skills in the proceeding partsof
the contest will be
W. P. Rldgeway, 911 NW 20th 311 NE Mh Avenue. Judgedon
Terrace; Circle 7, Mn. W. University Lataena Church floe public, is set for 1 p.m. the basis of poise and ap I."
R. O'Dell, 1524 NW llth pearance. .
I p.m., University Lutheran Stuart Bowers of Station
Road. Church, Mn. Lays A. FDVH' will serve as master The UF EngineeringDames
S Circle S,
pm Bethany Johnson, Ml NW 37th Drive( oi ceremonies. are In charge of 'all
Room, Mri. J. A. Gibbi and
Wesley CessanaltyMetke4MCk arrangements for the contest
Mn. C. U Kite; Circle t, rck During the evening, the IT with Mrs Ron T. Patray and
Mrs. J. G. Smith, 1232 SW
3rd Avenue; Circle 10, Mrs.T. 7:30 p.m. Womin'i SocIety contestants will make two appearances Mrs. Fred Rooks al co-chair-: .
J. Swearlngen, ill NE Bin of ChrIstian Service, Executive one modeling I men.
Street, Circle 11, Mrs. B.'W. Meeting, S p.m., general
Davidson, 721 NW Iffth AvtfU meeting, Church. '
). SI Patrick' Catholic Church At"f.
I p.m., Circle 12, Miss Lot St. Patrlck'i Holy Nune
tie Green, 17 NE Ith Street; Society, I p.m., Parish Hall.
Circle 13, Mrs. A. S. Johnson "Fishers of Men", panel die the store to shop
Jr., 147S NW 21st Avenue cussion.Getksemaae.
.t Michael's Episcopal Chink Gethsemane Lutheran Personalized STATIONERY d
I p.m. Women of St. MI- Church Women, S p.m., Mrs.
chael's Episcopal Church. I Eleanor Thompson, 1301 NE -en'CALLING CARDS INFORMAL
i I p.m.,Church. nth Street.Ualverstty. WEDDING ft PARTY INVITATIONS
; Tint Lutheran Methodist Church Monogrammed MATCHES &: NAPKINS
Chores Ladles Guild WSCS, 130: a.m., Circle I.Mn. SPECIAL PURCHASE !
j I p.m. Esther Circle, Mrs. James Pope, 311 SW W
Blaine Redemsky, 3551 NW 27th Street; Circle 2, Mrs. CHESNUT OFFICE
34th Plice.FlntPnibyterlaa. George Spache, SIll SW 27th
StreetS EQUIPMENT CO., Inc. Exciting Savings on J''W ,tHigh
Women ef the Chunk p.m., Circle 3, M,.. F.
9:45 a.m., Circle I, Mrs. W. Kokomoor, 1411 NW 3rd 106 W. University FR 2-8421
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'Sund.,. Octefcer 4, IM4 Coinesville Sun .38

Spivey-Murphey Miss Martha Edwinna Mur- Vows Read r Bridal Ann Gracy Bride of Capt. John Eliot'Miss

P|*y, daughter of Dr and
Mrs. MUledge Murphey became Ann Moore Gracy Shelton Adklna. Mrs., *
the bride of Verley Je- daughter of Mr and Mrs. dlson 'Pound, Mrs. Johni A. \
moine Spivey of Jacksonville GivenIn Luther Cecil Gracy, and John H. Murphree Mrs W. B. Watson ..
on of Mr. and Mrs. Verley T. Herbert Eliot ton of Mr. and Jr., Mrs. Walter E..Murphree -
\ Spivey yesterday afternoon. Mrs. John Henry Eliot of Mrs. J. Lance Lazon- ,1 r|
lit The wedding took place at compliment to Miss Mansfield. Ohio, were mar- by Mrs.A. A. Murphree, Mrs.
the First Presbyterian Church Frances Dabney Jones, ried Saturday afternoon at 3 Joe M. Lang, Mrs. James G. i y i-
\ with Dr. U. S. Cordon, pastor whose wedding to Donald o'clock at the home of the Tether Sr.
officiating for the double ring Moore Giles of Lynchb u r g. bride's parents.
ceremony. Va, will be an event of Oct Honorable John A H. Mur- X F. i i'e iz Also Mrs. Walter C. Beis-
L The bridegroom's father and a' 30, Mrs. H. K. Wallace entertained phree, life-long friend of the tar, Mrs M. D. Cody, Mrs. p
Mrs. Guy Black of Orlando with a coffee at bride's father, performed the Ernest Burch, Mrs. Wftaon u
the bride'i aunt, were solo1st V ,.' her home Saturday morning. ceremony In the presence of Newell, Mrs. W. S. Graham, '
\ *, and Mrs. Selden f. Wai- v Mrs. Wallace was assistedIn the family and close friends. .r Mrs. Lucia P. G.bbs, Mrs. *
do was organist. the hospitalities by her Wedding music was provided John Keel Mrs. Otto Xalfch e
\ Baskets of white chrysanthemums mother Mrs. H H. Hobbs. by Dr. David Stryker. Mrs. Ruth W. Sinclair.;'Mr s. ,'
and gladioli adorned and her daughter, Mrs. D. T. 4' ass George Boutelle, Mrs. Clayton .
:the altar, which was banked Royster Jr.Greeting father Given the lit marriage by her T. Tuilis Mrs. Stanley FTajik ;
:, with palms. guests at the door wore a white Mrs, Lynn Shelton, Mrs
;, PlnkCowM Wore were Miss Mildred Griffith silk taffeta gown with a bouffant r Chester Clem, Mrs. ft'U I y
The bride was attended by and Mrs W. E. Baringer skirt terminating in a Blitch, Mrs Charles A.vCox: ,
I Mrs. William D. Arnett of Receiving with Mrs. W a 1- full train. The bodice and Mrs. Harold Goforth, M r I.
Franklin, Va., matron of honor lace were the bride elect long sleeves] were embroidered J. M. Good. Mrs. Ed R>!lCTan,
; her sister, Miss Jeannine and her mother Mrs. E. with crystal beads and : Mrs. David Coffin Mrs-.-Clar.
Ruffin Jones. pearls. Her veil of Illusionwas V ( Thomas, Mrs. JackTfar-
r Murphey, maid of honor and coos
I t Miss Rose Hoover as brides- S The hostess presented bridal fastened to a small crown ris, Mrs. Rainey P. Cawthan
of beads and '"
maid.' corsages to the honoree pearls. carted and Miss Delia Adklns.
AU and Mrs. Jones and also gave a bouquet of orchids and '"
wore floor-length dress-
I Miss Jones of bride's roses fastened to a JVd : To Live la Texas
.ea of fiesta pink bridal taffeta ? a gift Hi
t" which featured beaded cum / The coffee table was adorned prayer book. For her going away"en
merbunds. Their headpieces k '' with a cupid figurine filled Sinters Are Attendants wity1) r semble, the bride chose a'powder
were matching pillbox hats. with white seasonal flowers Mrs. James G Feiber Jr. blue mohair suit .with I
( Each attendant carried a pink' 4, Those presiding at the and Mrs. Wilson Warren Hend- matching crepe blouse.:After
carnation nosegay bouquet. ul silver service were Mrs. Denver ricks III. sisters of the bride, a trip to the Florida coast.,
"Thomas Hagler of Jacksonville E. Baughan, Mrs. Wins- were her: attendants, They Captain and Mrs. Eliot win
f' was best man for the ton W. Little, Mrs. Guy SMiles were gowned alike In Empire- a drive to Fort Hood, Tjfitas,
bridegroom with William and Mrs. T Walter style floor-length dresses of Mrs. John Herbert Elliott where they will live..NM.
Gresa of DeLand and Tucker Herbert. dusty rose velvet. Their head
Cooke of Newberry as grooms- Aiding in the hospitalitieswere pieces were large flat bows Out of town guests ailMd
,,, Mrs. Kenneth R. Swin- Ing the wedding were: -1:*
of matching velvet Both carried The bride's table and coffee delabrum graced tho tables.
The bride was given In marriage Mrs. Verley Je moue Spivey ford and Miss Molly Morri nosegays of pale pink and punch tables were Among those assisting at the Mr. and Mrs. John. Henry

by her father. She wore out of town guests with a San Antonio, Texas, where the son More rosebuds. covered with white embroidered reception were Mrs. Sam P. Eliot, Mansfield, Ohlp.-par-I
a floor-length sheath gown of wedding sugper following the bridegroom is a second lieu- bride -to-be than 75 friends called of the Laurence Gravy brother of linen cloths. White floral Ham, Mrs David Stryker, ants of the bridegroomMlsa
ailk organza over bridal taffeta ceremony at the Primrose tenant with the Medical Servo the during the bride, served as best man arrangements and silver can Mrs. Edwin Andrews, Mrs. Lynn Shelton, Princeton;"$.;
with short jacket and a Inn ice Corps of. the Army of the morning. and James G. Feiber Jr. and Mrs. Colt Hill of Orlando;
i detachable train. She carried Mrs. Clarence CI I y a 11 of United States. Wilson Warren Hendricks III Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Dlcler-
a bouquet of white chrysan- Greenville, S. C., and Mrs. r .were groomsmen. m m son, Sarasota; Mr. and Mrs.
Ihemuma.' Reaburn Casburn of Sumner, Among the out of town Walter E. Murphree Jr and Jg\ Archer N. Martin of Orlando;
-.H.The'"brIde'i mother chose a Miss., aunts of the bride, cut guests were Mrs. E. I. Mc- William B. Watson. III were Mr. and Mrs. Rainey P. Caw- I
.?:turquoise chiffon and taffeta and served the wedding cake. Lellan, Mr. and Mrs. Rea ushers. thon, Tallahassee Mr. and
dress with matching accesso- Miss Beverley Wilson of St. burn Casburn, and Harriet The bride's Mrs. Charles A. Cox Tampa.
r I e sand. the bridegroom Petersburg kept the bride's and Dyson Casburn of Sumner mother wore a Capt. and Mr.. Everett M. You Jr., Fort Banning; Ga., announce I
mother won a blue lace dress book Miss: Mr. and Mrs. pal. sea green faille street- the birth of a daughter whom they have named Also Mr. and Mr..Hirod
a" ."'wt t h .matching accessories I For traveling, the bride i Clarence Clyatt, Milledge Cly- TUESDAY 1Miscellaneous length dress The bridegroom'smother Mary. Stuart Yon on October I. The Vans' older children are Goforth, Ocala; Mr. and Sri.
1 Ir I .Both.mothers bad white carnation wore a white three piece wool .tt, and Miss Jean Blanding shower complimenting dress chose with a soft blue silk Nancy (Catherine Everett M. Yoa III and Jo Anne Moalelth. Jack Harris, Orlando; Mrs.
.I J corsages. suit with harmonizing accessories Hart of Greenville, S. C.; Mrs Glenn crepe harmonizing The baby Is the paternal grandchild: of Col. and Mn. Everett Stanley Frank Alexandria
accessories. Each had
Wedding Supper Gives Miss Linda Moody and Miss Roberts Marks the former of white orchids a corsage M. Yon and the maternal granddaughter of Mrs. C. B. Branaaof Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ka-
i.entertained To Live In Texas Martha Moody of Fort My. Miss Marsha Capo, S p.m. New Symrna Beach. lich and John Kallch High
ers; Mrs. S. K. Brown of Reception Follows .
The newlyweds will live In Mrs. William B. Weaver and Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Brunswick Ga: Mrs. Tom her mother, Mrs. Frank W. Following the ceremony, a Mr. and Sirs Norm Carlwn have chosen the name, Reese M. Good, Jacksonville; Cat*.
Brett of Davisboro, Ga. reception was given by thebride's Parker Carlson for their born 20 Alachua
Tuttle. at the former's home son September and Mrs. Frank W. Miles.
''I Also I Mr. and Mrs. Guy 1106 NE Tenth Place. parents. General Hospital. The baby is the grandson of Mr. and Fort Bennlng, Ga.; Capt.:John
Watkins-Parham Black Mrs;''). B Byrd, and FRIDAY October t The Gracy residence was Mrs. N. F. Cartons of Lake Worth and Mr and Mrs. C. E. Dunlop, and Capt. Gordon ft.
throughout with i Fptlng of Orlando.
Bonita Byrd of Orlando Brunch feting Miss Frances
Miss Beverly I Wilson; Dabney Jones, fiancee large urns of flowers and The Carbons have three older children, Donya Lee six Jackson, all of Fort Bennlng,'

'r and Clifford Simpson of St of Donald Moore Giles i of garlands- .of smllax years old Karl four and DouR, two. Ga. .. ,..T

Petersburg, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Lynchburg Va, Miss Mildred II : I
M. Winn III of Winter Griffith, Holiday Inn. .
t Park; Mr. and Mrs. Idus SpI- SATURDAY October 11
vey and Dale Spivey of Jack Dinner honoring Miss Frances
sonville, Mr. and Mrs. Charts Dabney Jones, bride : 1 ft t
ei Camp of East Point Ga.; elect of Donald Moore Gilesof It.
Mrs Mary Camp of Rom. Lynchburg. Va., 1:30: p,m.
Ga.; Mr. and Mrs Ron Bolt Mr. and Mrs. Burton M.
U and Mrs C. N. Bolt of Jes- Woodward and their daughter IMMEDIATE} f
sup, Ga; Mm.. Beulah Spiveyof Mrs. Raymond Watson, ,
Tampa; Mr. and Mrs Fred and Mr. Watson, at the /
I Gress of DeLand and Mrs Woodward home, 21M West
Arthur Lauman of Dalton, Ga. University Avenue.Bu4ae. I DELIVERY V


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Mrs. Joha Comm lag Walking Jr 4p M RUBBER MATTRESS '

GREEN COVE SPRINGS-, Yelton was ring bearer. ..,
Miss Nancy Lee Ptrham be- Following a reception a t '
came the bride of Joan dim:: the Green Cove Springs and BOX SPRING r: :
ming Watkins Jr., Saturday man's Club, the couple wo-I
evening at the First Baptist for a wedding trip" to N..
Church of Greta Core "':"
Springs. Rev. James McCul- For the rest of your 'lif*, 11'. Cote City's
lough performed the double motfrew of 100% pure latex loom by Firestone .

ring ceremony. I i with matching box
:S The bride la the daughter springs This medium.firm
Tof; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A: i going on : mottrett supports you cam

-Parham of Green Cove fortably witty 01 o 'luU,
\ .Springs and Cocoa Beach. : a business ? '
trip loby with the bouyont
rand the bridegroom is (be 8 '....
'd laon of Mr. and Mrs. John/ C. $8 support you need where you .If
,{ Watkins of Mobile, Ala. 16 PIECES, REG. need It. Visit Got. City's.J-
"9 : Given In marriage by her I Mj' Birthday Special Showroom and tee the sturdy
:lather, the Bride wore a floor $12 ---' inner construction, the '0':
length gown of white peau deNote wide variety I of cover ,.
satin and Chantilly lace. REGISTER FOR ._ fabrics
.Her veil of illusion fell I 1 .
= FREE PRIZES a.-..t.. 00tIy
from a coronet of seed pearls
:She carried a bouquet of I : : To b. awarded EXPERIENCED

Awhile roses and stephanolis tack Sot. in Oct. PROFESSIONAL

:entered: Mrs. Tristram with an B orchid.McC.Il: HI i I iil ; Mrs J. w. Wines. BRIDALWanerd 5Mes.10 :
: Gainesville sister of the I' per CONSULTANT 1
Ztnde: was matron of honor. Sterle eel Red Wing '
Do you hit* tavftoJm ft comullont If sIzE .
Miss Marilyn LM.ry FULL
Bridesmaids wen bndt K.v.'. china u.od -
Connors. Langley AFB. family portrait CT i.l ... town at tut
:\'..; Miss Jenny dements ofCocoa. to take with you? Our shooGIFT COMPLETE SLEEP SET ; :: r
: and Mr*. Mark S. are experts
fowler of Melbourne. -* ow how to show ... '>
All wore floor length I your family at ita beet .
sheath dresses of Kelly green Come Me as too* &. Full toMe- Size sss *yIII d":: .::
'embossed peals de sole.mtftM aJw differtnc. prof-'eaJ '
:: if pillbo s. Theirbonqacu photography c. a.alte.FR ;
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John C. Watitaa served UsM -
a* tilt mat Usher were -
:Tristram B. McCafl m ef I IOaJnesTiOe GATE CITY 'HONI':
Wllla I.Brans i

Hark Andenoa* of Mobil Dl, of Ate.MOD: w.*. a WIST MATTRESS and CARPET WORKS "L:3: ,:

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Lathaa Ltttk Mill Tat Caravel IDS N.W. Hi, St. FR 2-,,,i .

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> ,41 Calnwllle: Sun Sunday. October 4. 1964 '

"love After Ten Years of Marriage 90t/i/ Anniversary: Listed Delegates For FHA

Miss Barbara Laxon, R.N.,

hower was thinking of when he said on his own forty-third president of District 10, Florida "

wedding anniversary, "A successful. marriage gets happier Nurses Association, has
THE AMERICAN WAY as the years go by." announced the district delegates
for the 55th FNA con
,., Have'you noticed one thing about married couples that vention to be held in Jacksonville
w. rv you can sort them out Into couples who are usually build October 11-16

: OF LOVE Howard Whitman ing one another up and the couples ",ho are usually tearIng They are Mrs. Dorothy
1 one another down? Carlisle Miss Helen Cren-

". The story Is told of a wife who went to an amusement shaw Miss Carol Hayes ,.
(Seventh *! Strict) park with her husband and was reading the little fortune Mrs. Ruby Jones Miss Bar
telling card which came out when he stepped on a bara Laxson Mrs Alice Teeters
A makeup penny '
middle-aged wife was In her plain houscdress no
weighing machine. She read "You are dynamic leader Mrs Inez Caston and \
oo her face, her hair going off In all directions after
day of nousecleanlng and ironing. Her husband came home of men and admired" by /omen for your good looks and Miss Dorothy Luther. \1

from the office, took one look at the drab Image of his wife strength of character. "New Dimensions In Nurs
Ml Mid, "Is this what I come home to after a hard day's She added "It's got your weight wrong, too." "",.. ing" is the theme for the convention

.,work?" Belittles Hit Wife/ which will be held at
the Hotel George Washington
A bit hurt the wife recounted the incident to the woman
One of the most uncomfortable evenings I've spent recently :
next door at a social gathering where one husband Insisted on .... t
'V'inI would making a dummy out of his wife every time she attempted
that this never happen to her the neighbor The Sun spends
to the conversation.
dressed herself In a chic frock the next afternoon, put on Join the Winter
-ey'. shadow, alluring up.tick, and perfume. She awaited her Actually she had some sensible things to say about the
-= '. return from work. When he came through the economic trend politics and Viet Nam. But she could hardly In the West Indies. I I'II

:.-f.&i.4loa.tlred after a rough' day he took an Icy look atj get more than a sentence or two out before he chimed Join It on

eO' In with, "Well she doesn't really know-that's Just something Cunard's Carmanla.
-' she read In the paper," or "The fact is you don't
'IInd he "do think going?
where, growled you're
: you
know anything about that at all, or condescendingly, "No 9 convenient cruises
: 3QBeitis you can't win. I wouldn't say that's stupid-you're Just uninformed" f1!, from Honda, $140 up.
4. ;
Some men make a favorite Indoor sport of belltting their
it 'ittny think can't win at marriage altogether.5Ji Sail from Fort Lauderdale
people you C.r.
wives. Perhaps It makes them feel big ; board Cunard's airconditioned 'II
'== British epigrammatist John Hey wood wrote "Wedding On the other hand there are husbands who listen with C., stabilizer-equipped
TfJs-oesUny: and hanging likewise." rapt attention and with a twinkle of pride in their eyes when Cormanta Giant outdoor swimming
their wives hold forth In a conversation There are husbands .{ pool, 2-level Lido Deck,
:: And French historian Hippolyte Talne said that marriage who pay their wives compliments shallow blandishments night club, superb toemattonacuisine.
I' could be summed up as "three weeks of curiosity three but the deep-felt appreciation of a man who is Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Allen Impeccable Britlifservice. 'III"
months of love, and 30 years of tolerance." in love with a woman.A Every stateroom with
Mr and Mrs. Don Allen the appointments
; statesman of the 1020's was asked, "At what do facilities. Choose your
Dismal View age the here for private
: 7" Befleci will be hosts for a family par Among guests
I ? you think women are most beautiful?" He answered "The will be the hon crulie.DM.! .
ty today celebrating the nine the occasion
'Hany of our jokes and gibes reflect a similarly dismal age of my wife" tieth birthday of the former's ored couple's son H B. Allen .1.1.11 days.5 ports, 303 upJan.

.vttf Jot Ekwis, the comie' has made many a nlght" Like Business Partners father H. M Allen of Orlando and Mrs. Allen of Orlan 4. 6 dayi, 2 ports, $140 up;
J! club audience titter with his little song about marriage, entitled do. Jan. 1J, 12 days,S ports $300 up

1,1 Humdrum You and Monotonous Me." The writer G. K. Chesterton, adept at the turn of a Mr and Mrs Allen, who' Also Mrs. Ralph Allen and Jan. 25,12 days,5 ports,$300 upFeb. .
is flame phrase once said to his wife "I belive you are the most .9,17 days, 10 ports,$470 up; 1
feel that of their
But, seriously, many people marriage a are houseguests son Miss Nettle Allen of Auburn-
Ignorant woman in the world-you do not know how lovely Feb. 27, IS day,8 ports, $415 upMa. .
dies and
ynich leaps up at the altar and then slowly through- Mrs Allen recently observed dale; Mr. and Mrs Sheldon ,5 ,$300 up
are. 18,12 days ports
( oat* the years until after a decade or two there is nothing you their sixty-eighth wedding Allen Mr and Mrs DwlghtDonaldson .
,4 $230
After 10 years of marriage many husbands and wives Mar. 30,10 days ports upApr.
lefffcuy greying embers. anniversary. Lakeland, Mr 10, 8 days 3 $185 upSet .
behave as business partners. They confer on the events of ports miss pat
In courtesies for
Assisting Keefer of
: : this Is true. In cases the day the books check their calendars and Mrs Denny 1
'Let'i face Itin many cases many go over relay the Sunday noon buffet dinner Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. us for all your
. ISsrrlage doesn't even reach the smoldering stage; It I.I lijrafjed messages The kiss goodbye in the morning and the kiss will be the hosts' children, ,of Winter Haven trawl'plant.
John Alien
out completely by the wet blanket of divorce.Kt hello in the evening are perfunctory pecks such as might
Miss Dixie Jean of
Allen now Allen
there Is the other side. No one can give you an exET be exchanged between a couple of French statesmen. Mr. and Mrs Th Famous
I Leesburg and their twin Hester of .'
'!statistic, for even the most sophisticated computer "Oh well my husband Is just undemonstrative I know daughter and son, Miss Sherry and Miss Jackie Eddie WORLDTRAVEL Regimentals ,
I ......e..1IO claim to measuring happiness But all around us, he loves me," said one wife In her late thirties Perhaps and Allen.A Leesburg, Mr. and Mrs I
Harry and
Keefer of Auburndale
'mur neighborhood on our street among our friends there she was rlghLPsychologists blend of
birthday cake will center Miu Pot'i rugged
of middle-aged and older couples whomW4.4I1 have pointed out In defense of the undemonstrative Bob Allen of Tampa.
,snr.those examples the buffet table with a yellow 50B Fortrel' poIyester/SO"1It)
know are married successfully. They radiate it. male that boys are often trained from childhood to During the afternoon neigh cotton. The slim ikirt, hi new
ftfy wife and I refer to these couples as ,the people who repress their feelings. Girls jump up on Daddy's lap and and brown color note used In bors of the Gainesville Aliens SERVICE shades of brlstol blut. olivt,
have "made it." Whatever else they may or may not have smother him with kisses but boys are supposed to be "little have been invited to call and tobacco, khaki navy tt black belt.
achjeved"" In life regardless of whether they are rich or poor men" and not to engage In sissy stuff. True they become Dance Class greet the honor guest and his loa W. UNIV. FR <-4<41We wlrt Sfrpe new long e1a-ti sleeved lMd button" l

they'have achieved the priceless something which Is beyond demonstrative enough during the dating period but this Is wife. down shirt In cotton (Oxford
aJTother goods They art the happy ones with another motive When they are settled Into marriage Still Open and the oil wool nubby cardigan ,
"'"* t Intimate: result of all ambition" reticent or even self-conscious about demonstrations of affection. Classes for the Beginning skirt >had.s.
Ballroom Dance Classes,
JT. A TranqullltyJ sponsored by the Gainesville Sites '.S. 15-14
One her
woman said kittenlshly to husband "Tell me
When you are with these people you sense a tranqullity
that goes far beyond the powers of any pill or drug. This love me." Recreation be held open Department for registration will do expert SKIRT . .% 898ASKIRT I

tranquility of the inner self. It stems from the oneness "Oh I've told you that a million times," the husband replied through Monday . .$ '.91
of successfully blended male and female making the com-: Picture Framing -
pie!. person "Then tell me the million-and-first time" said his wife The Sessions are scheduled for LOUSI . .$ 5.98
This may have been the quality former President Elsen- Intellect nay be Impatient with repetition but emotions sixth seventh and eighth
thrive on It. graders Mondays or Wednesdays All Sixes: SWEATER,.. ,$10,91LIBBYE'S
from 1 4& to 4 4J '
: : p m Non-Glare
WIM 'a...*?
American Way of Love1Available The court* Include 12 let- Portrait Glass

When a couple have lived together for ten yeart or more, -sons at M
\ in Booklet Form they have certainly confronted the authority question-who's First session will be held Heath's House of Color NIXT TO nOtlOA THIATRI
bossT time after time. For some couples It Is all neatly tomorrow afternoon with
'j In response to many requests from readers for The Amer. resolved: the husband Is boss period. In other cases there Mrs Benjamin Leavltt as in 511 W. Ui.lvtri.fy' A'e. Fit '-UO( Ley-Awey

I lean Way of Love by Howard Whitman In permanent form Is no doubt about it: the wife is boss. structor. Central Charge

I the entire serlct hat been reprinted In an attractive 48 But In a good marriage the lines of authority are not Students may be registered Free PerkiitfTrim
j page booklet drawn to stringently. If successful marriage is the blending anytime Monday at the Recreation :

of two Indiviuals into one, then one can hardly reign as Center. I _. ,
1 These revealing helpful articles were written expressly ----- -- -- --- -
boss ovtr the other What should the relationship bet
for publication and not available In oth- >
f newspaper any rr \ .F iII "''- :IW JI1 I
erjorra. The booklets can be obtained only through your I have found no better answer than that given to a mar
J, newspaper. ried couple by the late Rabbi Barnett R. Brlckner of Cleveland 0 THURS.

USB the coupon: below to order as many copies as you He laid: At TheFLORIDA II
1 wish Tht booklets tell for SO cents each and you should addIS "The husband is the head of the house. But though he Is and neat yet luxuriously comfortabtf
\ .' cents per booklet if you wish first class mall and speclal the head, his wife Is the neck. Did you every hear of a head ,
,I I. handling turning without authorization from the neck?" I

I iCyou want copies sent to friends or relatives simply list The pundit Ambrose Bierce had a charming way of summing r CASUAL MODERN
theH names and addresses on a separate sheet. up the relationship: ,
"Marriage," he said "la a community consisting: of a :

,I master a mistress and two slaves, making in all, two." Upholstered Furniture
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I BEACH Mr. nolds Metals Company i is'

and Mrs. Fred J. Pralle o f Richmond.Mr .
Daytona Beach, formerly of Paine was graduated
Gainesville, announce UM engagement from Ohio Wesleyan::,University
of their daughter. where he was a member
Miss Marilyn PraUa to James of Delta Tau Delta social
s ayr William Pain of Richmond fraternity. He Is employed by
R Va., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Richardson Merrill Company .
n. k J. Paine of Fostorla, Inc..of.New York.
fl The wedding will take placeon UF Choral ,Group
December 19 at St. James
Episcopal Church, 0 r mond University Women's Club I
Beach. Choral Group will have its'

.... .... Miss Pralle attended the first meeting this season Wednesday -
MI. Clara 0. Ct. Ml's Mary Cbarleie Videos University of Florida, where morning I:JO in the

she was at member of Delta University Women's Clubhouse I -
Gatrell-Baxley Delta Delta social sorority.She West Newberry Road.
Miss Sylvia Blanche Petty Miss Marilyn Pralle Is presently employed as Plans for the season will be
Ii... FAIRFffiLD-Mr. and Mrs. dent at Central Florida Jun- made. .*-
a receptionist for the Key
to\ Frederick Donald Catrell 0 f ior College, Ocala. Mils Bonnie Bradley Miss Sandra Lee Gatrrll\
'" Fairfield have announced the The bridegroom elect was BrodleyHiibnerREDDICK II

engagement of their daughter graduated from Gainesville. VideonFairclothMr. Mr, and Mrs.Edward attending Central Florida Junior I
School and
High Central Florida
Miss Sandra Lee Gatrell, to S. Bradley of Red. College, Ocala. I
Junior College. He 11
and Mrs. J. A. Vidcon ated from Gainesville dick the The bridegroom elect a I
Milton Margraves Baxley II, presently a student at Florida High announce engage- SANTAWILL
graduate of Utah State University
son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton State University.The announce the engagement of School. She attended the University ment of their daughter, Miss Is dol I
Hargraves Baxley r of Gaines wedding will be an 'their daughter, Miss Mary of Florida and South Bonnie Bradley, to Calvin W graduate work presently In political science ng- I! ON HIS SOON WAY I.
ville. event of December 19 at the Georgia College. Hubner of Mr and Mrs. .
the of Flu.rids.
Charlene Vldeon, to Jim Keith son at University
The bride elect was graduated Presbyterian Church of Fair- The bridegroom elect was De him .....,1., ...Iy tIIll v..r e.l ewNwshd
* 1L from North Marion field. All friends of the cou Faircloth, son of Mrs. John graduated from Turner County Wayne Hubner of !Mendon, .tei.I.. I" bow.. ............
" High School and is now a itu- pie are Invited to attend. Arthur Pata of Ashburn, Ga. High School and South Utah. The wedding will be an I CII_. cow M. ....lIw ,..,........
The bride elect was grad. event of October 31, at the
The bride was g Georgia College
uated from North Marion Latter Day Saints Church of I
I) PettyMartinALACHUA High School and Is presently Gainesville. (ASS RECLINER .

-Mr. and Mrs. presently employed by General ColsonMoodySTARKE 11 -
'' James Lawrence Petty of Electric Company, Ala. amevaaaa ones
I If you like comfort. '
,+ Alachua announce the engagement chua. Mr..nd Mrs. The wedding will be sol you'lIlovo this oil-room-
y of their daughter, The bridegroom elect who Resale! A. Colson of Starke emnized on Saturday, October 1 rubber reclining choir
Miss Sylvia Blanche Petty, to was graduated from Georgia announce the engagementand 10, at t p.m. in the First' Styled in a strikingly simple
Billy Swick Martin, son o f Southern College, Is band director approaching marriage of Baptist Church of Starke. II modem motif, and available ..
Mr. and Mrs. James Pascal for the Union County their daughter, Miss Clara All friends and relativesare IUIIGIIA TOI. in on almost '
Martin of Valdosta Ga.' High School. Dianne Colson to W. Mark Invited to attend the wed I I FREE=ER range of wo

The bride elect was graduated Plans have been made for Moody of New River. ding and_reception.__ __ including 8 'un'lmltedFJj
v from Santa Fe High an October 23 wedding at Lee Eight wood
School and attended the University Street Baptist Church of Val I light blondes

of Florida. She la dosta, Ga. I UNWANTED HAIR i mahoganies"Mr.!'or "Mrs.and" sixes. '

I To_ Offer '65 FolliesThe L GONE FOREVER This Pay finance by is truly week our own a or quality month popers I We!

j Junior Welfare League Mrs. Gerald McCoy cochairmen -: piece of furniture at o low
has begun the new year with ; Mrs. John R. Bynum I Wouldn't you 'like to be lovelier Walker price the
, plans for its 1985 Follies" to and Mrs. George Fletcher, I with excess hair gone forever lowest you'll find between
be staged at the Gainesville talent; Mrs. Paul McKinley be more or ease especially in the 25888Ia Tampa Fla., and Almo
High School Auditorium February and Mrs Robert Clayton, advertising I bright autumn sunlight? This ten Georgia. See it tomorrow.
24 and 27. The Jerome ; Mrs. Jack Hadley, come true and you can get rid of Mod.) EKT.I2FM .,. $10Ia.I.N.N. IM
I Cargtll Company of New program; Mrs. George 'unsightly facial hair. perma- accept.bk tide
York City wW produce the Wright, tickets; Mrs. L. T. nently with the miracle-like results At this price, you can hardly afford to be without
show. Hury and Mrs. Harry Bau- of medically approved elec IreMtgic automatic I Ice maker Replace every cube TV
I, Among the recipients of the mer, patrons; Mrs. Harold trolysis. Call Edmund Dwyer, ex you UM automatically Alw feature: 2.9: cu. ft."zerodegree" .
League's work throughout the Riker, treasurer; Mrs. Milton perienced Electrologist now fraettre Vegetable rri.prr.And there's actionconcealed
year will be: Stubbs and Mrs. Harry Walker today! All work done In the stric ,, 12.2 cti. ft. of refrigerated apace in sill
The Pediatric Clinic, Boys costumes; Mrs. Keith test privacy, taking only a matterof
Club, Terminal Cancer Care, Austin, properties; Mrs. Billy minutes o treatment. Free WE SERVICE WHAT Wl SELL
Jt Central Welfare. Child Welfare Brashear, make up; Mrs. booklet on request.'EDMUND. .. urpiflarCFa "
Dental Clinic, Gainesville John Coker, ushers; Mrs. Joe .
Scholarship and Loan, Wise, Jr. and Mrs. Riley THE VARIETY STORE
and equipment for the Special BUtch, talent party. Mrs. DWYER (
Class for Hard of Hearing Walter Probert and Mrs. Lamar CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS I

Children. Crevasse, cast party; ELECTROLOGIST "Furniture That's Joy '
7 S.E. First Ave. Phone 376-5)41
Committees for the show and Mrs. Robert Saundersand Live With" Euluti"JP I
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'CalmsvHU. Sun Sued. October 4. 1964 I

as Hicks, Mrs R C. Orr. cere, Mrs. William T. Cbbb
Pritchard-Whiddon/ Mrs. P. D. Diuguld, Mrs. V. and Mrs. William ,D. Wilson ,i I
1 Hither And Yon Benefit Style Show A. May Mrs. David Sin-I as assistants. !

By RUTH WEIMER Planned ThursdayGainesville WIGS
Traveler to far away lands continue to come and go.
Among those just back from abroad are Mr. and Mri. Ripe W. hovt Ihwnt Real 1 'humon
ley Sullen, who the of two hair Tar,,. available. I
spent greater part months in the Junior W 0 m. Mrs. Billy P. Mitchell is 5-
Scandinavian countries. Ripley worked on a grant from the an', Club invites you to attend arrangements chairman, as- CLARA'SlEAUTY t' I'
American Philosophical Society at the Danish museum In their eleventh annual slated! by Mrs. John D. Baldwin -
,.. Copenhagen doing research on the Caribbean. Then, be and benefit fashion show, "Parr.Isienne Mrs. Vincent SALON
Stenger, 7M N.W. TH A... r-R '
4 r gyita(4f Adelaide new to Moscow to attend the International Anthropological Parade," slated Mrs. J. R. Dins, Mrs. 0. F. -
meeting in Moscow, where 2,500 delegates as Thursday at the Gainesville Agee, Mrs. Ed Clarkson, Mrs.
sembled. Woman's Clubhouse, West William T. Manley, Mrs. Her- I
After that meeting, the Bullens went to Spain to attend the Newberry Road. bert Kaufman,. Mrs. F. W.
International Congress of the Americanists in Barcelona, Two ahows will given. The Williams, Mrs., George Cor-, IZIJIJLY'S'
Madrid, and Seville. For the 500 members of this Congress, first will be held during a rick, Mrs. Wayne Harrelson,
the Spanish govenment provided a special train as transportation coffee review, scheduled at Mrs. John De. Feehan, Mrs.
through the country. 9:30 a.m., and the second Hugh C. Simmons Jr., Mrs. SOUTHSIDC! / DOWNTOWN ON, ',THE SQUARE j
Perhaps the most Important stop on the trip was in Cairo will be a dessert showing at Charles Kennan, Mrs. James
( !' for a visit 'with their son Pierce, his wife the former Helen 7:30: pin.Fashions. Cunningham Mrs. Jack Harrison : '. p
Fernandez, and their children Including their youngest grandson will be modeled and Mrs. George W.' 1
Philip Anthony, who was born September 2. from the following Gainesville Best
i While In Cairo, the travelers had a chance to travel to stores: Mrs. Crevasse Commentator' 'SALE
Luxor and see the countryside En route home, the Birilens Belk LIndsey, Blanch's, Commentator will be' Mrs. s
the Bullens flew to Washington for a quick visit with their Cherry's, Franklin's, Gelg- Lamar E. Crevasse, and music v
son, Dana. ers, Jill's Knit Shop LfcL: will be presented by Mrs. Boys Slacks
Llchter's, Penney's, R u d- R. Welty Shrum Jr. Program ,
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Newcomb are remembering the dy's, Right Angle, Twig, co-chairmen include JI
summer In Scandinavia. They visited friends in Oslo, where Sllverman's,. Rountree and Mrs. R M. Davis Mrs. Glen. WE'RE OVERSTOCKEDWITH j
they bad lived in 1955 while Dr. Newcomb was on a post- Wilson's. Zale's Jewelers will McMillan. Mrs Robert Seal- '
doctorate Fulbright Scholarship, and attended the International present Jewelry to complement man, Mrs Steve F. Schnelland BOY'S TROUSERS
Society of Hematology meeting In Stockholm. Dr. Newcomb, the ensembles. Mrs. Charles McCallura. .SIN ALL SIZES from
director of Hematology at the UP School of Medicine, presented Proceeds from ticket Mrs. Earl Russell Jr. Is $
4 t'i research papers during the Stockholm meeting. sales, $1.50 tot morning review prize chairman: assisted by Z to 22, waist sixes' to 32.
While the couple was abroad, their sons, John, t, and Charles and $173 for evening Mrs. John M. White Jr., Mrs. DRESS PANTS,
7, and their white toy poodle Troll, spent the summer showing, will benefit the Claude T. Buzby, Mrs Stan pants for
Mn. Lowell Prllcllard with their grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. Thomas H. New- ,club's charity, projects, which Llvengood and Mrs. Rich ,school and for play. Car

Chief Petty Officer Lowell bride, and Chief Petty Officer comb, at their retirement home in New Wilmington, Pa. include. the Alachua County ard J. Walsh. duroys end wash 'n wears.
Pritchard and Mrs. Prltch- Charles Harris.. All of the Dental Clinic and Sunland Model and ensemble co .or- Values to $6.95.
'" ard are now at home In Jack. bride,roo m '. attendants' The Marvin Brookers are back from a flying trip to the Training, Center. dmators are Mrs. Don Hester Made
sonvlDe following their marriages wore military dress uni Honduras. They were houseguests for a week of Dr. Albert Tickets On Sale Mrs. Gene Bitch and by these well know
;,which took place on forms. MoOer, formerly of Gainesville who is now director of Es- Tickets may be obtained Mrs. Allen Ross. Coiffures will makers Tern Sawyer,"
September 27 at the Pine The bride's mother chose a cuela Agrlcola Pan America In Tegucigalpa. from any club member or be styled by Mrs. Lynn Meek. Jack Tar 11111.-n. .Kid
Grove'Baptist Church. Rev. turquoise brocade ,dress,, by contacting Mrs. Alan Har- and Hoalrhrex.J99 .
j 1 Glen Yales. officiated at the matching accessories, and a Autumn In Europe Is the exciting vacation for Mrs. Char din and Mrs. Hunter Foster. er.Decorations and staging I
ceremony. white orchid corsage for her lei Hyde, who by now should be basking in the sun on the Mrs. Asa J.: Cox is general chairman Is Mn. Perry to 399
daughter's wedding.: Riviera Winifred Is traveling with long time friends, Rev. chairman of the Benefit. Moore with Mrs. ThomQURQIj
Baskets bf white carnations and Mrs. T. Watkins Taylor of Laurencevllle, Va., and theformer' .
and chrysanthemums adorned Recepom at Chorea M.year 0 old aunt, Miss Mary Bailey Watklns. I\ Regulars,- Slims Preps !
I !W."altar. Following the ceremony, a The foursome made the trip via the SS NIeuw Amerter- ,
The bride, formerly Miss reception was given In the dam and wan return on the SS Rotterdam. After docking in
Molly Caroline Whiddon, Is church education building., ;Southhampton, they have made stops In London, Heidelberg i'I .' I
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.,Judy Stephens kept Lucerne and Rome. Next on the itinerary Is Paris,' r 1
W. M,'Whlddon.. the bride's book. Those servI I where Winifred wW probably spend most of her time In the Little Children's :

Ing were Mrs. T. W. York, 'boutiques. ,
Nuptial music was presented ALWAYS FIRST
Mrs. Nora and Mrs.
by Mia Doris Beville, soloist Retha Gann.Scruggs Houseguests of Mr and Mrs Leslie R. McClelland for a Rugged Cotton '

and Miss Louise Perry, The newlyweds made a I short time before leaving for a year's stay in France are i ..,. ,
organist, their son, Coerry McOeliand, Mrs. McClelland and their son, "
wedding trip to Nlagra Falls. Corduroy Ployweor
Mrs. Mcdellan Is the I Elizabeth
Out of town Rickey. former Patricia .
Father Escorts Bride guests attendIng '
the wedding Included 4 Clark. !
Given In marriage by her Mrs. M. M. York, grandmother Guerry recently completed his doctorate In geology at, the II IIBib
father, the bride wore a gownof of the bride, Mr. and 1 University of Illinois and will be a post-doctoral fellow at the Overalls
nylon rochelle, featuring a Mrs. T. W. York and son 1 University ,of Pan Pau, Basses Pyrenees, France. He will longs '..r
a tiered ruffle skirt of lace, \Thomas of Perry; Mr. and I be a working fellow employed by the Societe Nationals Des Creep ,JI
ending In a train. Her bouffant Mrs. Floyd Simmons, and ]Petrole D'Aquintalne doing special research. QUAUrY"I From Our I
I veil of Illusion fell froma Larry and Donny Simmons of Both Patricia and Guerry are graduates of CHS and the
I crown of pearls and she Tltusville; Mr. and Mrs. 1 University' of Florida. Regular Stock
Carried a white Bible and an .
Charles Harris, Mr. and Mrs.E. '
orchid. Orton, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus In spite of Hurricane Hilda, Miss Dianne Weldon, and her I ,
I Mrs. Ed Orton served the Whlddon and Dabble and parents Mr and Mrs. W. M. Weldon, left for Mobile Fridayto $13''I'I
spend the weekend at the Holiday Inn
bride as matron of honor and Ronnie Whlddon of Jacksonville ,
Mrs. Rufus Whiddon and Mrs. Lois Ross, Dianne, one of our talented folk' singers, received an Invitation -
was to stag Florida folk at the First Gulf Coast ;
brldesmatron. ,Hone Shoe Wren, W. Va. songs
pink and blue gowns They, match wore Festival:In Mobile as one. of the American Landmarks celebrations Girls Slim-Jim Sets J99

\ 1ng-accessories, and carried KA Open House The Weldons were accompanied on the trip by Miss Thet- I CORDUROY SLACKS to f
carnation corsages. \ma SeWn of White Springs, director of special events at the
Flower girl was Little Miss Kappa Delta Alumnae Association \Stephen Foster MemoriaLCamellia I Sizes 2 to H 369
Sherry Lynn Large. will entertain new .
Chief Petty Officer Ed Orton pledges at an open house today SPECIAL PENNEY BUY! SAVE NOW

(served ss best man. Ushers from ':30 to ft p.m., at To Meet ON DOUBLE DROP SIDES CRIB TODDLER SIZE
Society i WIth hoods, fleeced lined
> T. W. York and Rufus the home of Mrs. Robert.
Were do";, brother' of the Head, 321 NW 92nd Street CAR COATS' Sixes 2,3, and 4. Smart
Second meeting of the sealot January. 2088Look looUaf, In many colors

I son of the Gainesville Camellia !- At the September meeting, and materials AND
I Bridge Club Notes Society Is scheduled Tuesday 23 members and guests ot all the great features! Just touch too 598 they're machine wosfcable. .
heard talk "Plant Grow
a on
: at I ,.III. to the Howard th Regulators" given by Dr. release to raise or lower sides! 4 position adjustable We've a very nice
Bishop Junto High SchooL spring, plastic teething rings on oil REG. 7.98 assoitmant.come.
Tom Sheehan.
By JOHN E. CRAPSDr. The club's next, game is four sides, 2' lucite casters. Decalad head.
Membership la the organi! Each the
year, society board footboard. Natural finish on hardwood
and Mrs. E. R. Wood- Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. ration, beaded by M. L. Shea, schedules a summer picnic. .
ward were the North South All Wednesday games thereafter Is open to anyone Interested Last year's event took place
winners the Wednesday evening will be held at the UP m raising camellias. at the Cowpen Lake home of
game of the Gainesville Faculty Club, West Newberry Plans are now underway Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Janes a .
Bridge Club with 115 match Road. All bridge players are for the annual Camellia with 10 members and their A
points. There were nine II Invited to attend and compete. Show, which will take place families attending \

tables In play and the average
score for all pairs was
108. see
1 Mrs. J. E. Moore and Mrs.F. NEED
J. Hoffer took second

place with 120*. D. W. Bowman J
and Dr. R. I. Johnson if20.
were third with 120, and Mrs. SPECIAL PENNEY BUY! SAVE NOW l
Vf. D. Macdonald and the J.A ON INFANT'S INNERSPRING
writer came In fourth with I ..
114%. .

Mrs.Mrs.L Herbert A. Garrard Stern led and the L1 NIGHT I 61. I greatmagic

East-West field with 138, foV ;
lowed by Mr. and Mrs. R Built to top Penney specifications! 42 coil innerspring -
N. Livingston with 125. Rufus unit, cotton felt filling smooth tuft
Heath and R. H. Harms less water repellent vinyl cover laminated to .
with 1MU, and Jay A. Jones, OUT ? ? woven cotton.TOTS .' act

Jr.with and Iffle.Mrs. R. A. Scrafford : t .

The dub win hold Its next
game at T:>> tomorrow evening

at.the Recreation Cen BUT DONT KNOW O I \
ter.' .
On Wednesday evening, the
annual club championship for t
open teams win be run off Mtat
at the Holiday Inn. Members -
art urged to arrange WHERE TO GO?? t
their teams and notify the director -
as to who Is on them. L
T 1500at

duplicate bridge .
players competed ta the tray
tiaMl of -
master point game
the Unmrsuy City Bridge
QUO at Weed Halloo Wednesday .
...... The average RUDDY'SMr. .. \ J
North. CONSULT I .
scot, was 71 for
Soon wad O for East-West. .
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Irey OUR .Castors dots a BaN t tantastte-witt tnttlc
won lint place to the North0 l shoe so toftVl f.dbte you can doubts )
dinette with a score DINE I DANCE FOLDING NYLON MESH
i of..1da C. 'r HIGH CHAIR .PLAYPEN up we..hand.Imatjim tow wonderful
I tt mould foe!dashing
! asnand with **. and Jerry DIRECTORYin ; 88 a oundtown or at tfas fair!
III' .. 13
11IIIII ad R. BrowM were Classifiedsection 34 In fcM toR.tanlltsadnede. 1 5
third tIw m*
.Ass D. alto r and AI Rue'so I s Easy-clean chrome plated Strong chrome plated I\ ...In your
Il.4 alibi z-a-w.tithaIeorS I of tadey tubular steal frame Com tubular steel frame--nylon favorite MM CIDIarI.I. 91
: .1.77. .... fy vinyl upholstered seat mesh aides. Hardwoodand
JIG- $5.. WIt II Mr. bock Troy remove floor raised 6". Tuft l.x
and lltlll:D SVkaale wtm paper. makes youth choir Folds filled flat.vinyl covered pad.

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,Sunder October 4, 1964 GalnesvHIe Sun 71

1reception Hudson-Heath ''I 90th ""' ,i

If Couple Hudson III, whose marriagewas -
an event of September + 7ffi'.JIMI =
5 In Kingdom Hall have
lmALDO -Lt.(].g.) Robert Miss Betty Jo White. established their home at t1 w :i ire means
\,Meek and Mrs. Schenk of A lavender and gold color 2404 SE Tenth Avenue.
; ; ''"olk, Va.. were feted re scheme was featured with arrangements The bride Is the former SEW AND SAVE
, Gently with a post.nuptial re- of lavender chrysanthemums Miss Dorothy Heath, daughter .
,,Option given by Mrs. George and yellow gladioli of Mr. and Mrs. Murry Cottons and Cotton BlendsINCLUDING
) aunt of the bride- decorating the living room, Heath, and the bridegroom is
, i at her home In Waldo. The serving table wu over the son of Mrs Dorothy Can ,
I, were married laid with a lace cloth and non of Fairbanks. r .::
] ber 19bride bouqueta' of yellow: roses conorevalhm -
\ ut' ,the formerCalendar flanked the punch bowl which!+ serysnt of the Jehovah 'REG. 79c TO 1.39 Anniversary Sale 66c yd ,, =
was encircled with orchids and Witnesses offklatid for toe "
I \ ceremony.The e ::
fern. Wide Wale Corduroy I
Mrs George Schenk and brit'e wore a rmal
" Mrs. Robert Schenk greeted gown of re-embroidered lace IN ALL THE WANTED FALL COLORS. WIDE WALE CORDUROYS ARE _
\ guests. Coffee was poured by and peau ch soie, should PARTICULARLY SMART THIS FASHION YEAR. COMPARABLE TO -=
VetsfODAY Mrs. Sam Newman, Mrs. Carl length veil of Illusion, and CORDUROYS AT 1.59 TO I 1.99 A YARD A"Kaplan" .
! Van Arnam. Mrs. Michael carried white carnations a crescent bouquet of Special 1.29 V :

Coullias and Mrs Melvin De-
l4 !Mi. and Mrs. Richard Til- Wools -=
October 4fjjCamma Sha. '
his were attendants for the 4.
(" Chi Chapter Betajivna The brides book was kept bridal couple IN A VARIETY OF WEAVES. POPULAR FALL TONES. SUIT, SKIRT, JACKET -
I Phi. Tea 3 to S p,mllUrs ., by Mrs. Don Schenk. Miss Following the ceremony, EVEN LIGHT COAT WEIGHTS.

: Paul Bergman, 709 SW Irene Monroe and Miss Eliza- the bride parents entertained REG.2.99-3.99 . . . . . . Sale 1.99 yd .
JaUrStreet. beth Beasley. with a reception In their' _
""Kappa Delta Alumnae Asfljpciation. Assisting with the hospital. home. Mrs, John P. Hudtoa in
f Open House 330: >> ties were Mrs. Maurice De- Mrs. Hudson Is a graduate from Ocala High School and Piece Goods Shop--tad Floor
J: 5 p.m., Mrs. Robert F, Shea, Mrs. Mae Steven and of Gainesville High School. Is now employed at the J.
!ad' 321_NW. 32nd Street.NDAY Mrs Ruth De5ha. Mr. Hudson was graduated lulls Medical Center
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Gainesville Woman's CI I u b
ning Reception, 3 to 5
i., Clubhouse, West Unl MONDAY'
sity Avenue. .: A WORLD'S FAIR

ViUiston Woman Club, 71'h .
p.m., Clubhouse. OF VALUES
nternational Women Club, SPECI'AL39 ._ ::
m., University Women ,
use, West Newberryen
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of the Moose, I p.m., .

|_reat. Lodge.Books Discussion :\.. \ t e AI "

""p', S p.m., Gainesville .....
: Library.
t Club, Board Meeting ,, :, I

i home of Virginia Mor- ::: i I

sville Bridge Club I ,
7: ".m., Recreation Center.UJIIversity ..... CANNON'S "200" WHITE PERCALE SHEETS .....
: Women's Club, '
Meeting, 1:30: a.m., / 72"x10S", FITTED FLAT, Reg. 3.79 . . . ANNIVERSARY SALE 3.29 : ,

I se',,October I ONE Chippendale ,... $1.98 811108", FITTED FLAT, Reg 4.59 .. . . . ANNIVERSARY SALE 3.9990"x108" : .. i

\ wood School PTA Cafetorium 7:30 p.m., IN PIRFECT TASTI FITTED FLAT, Reg. 5.59 . .. ..... .. ANNIVERSARY SALE 4.99

JVeV> ,' I sville p.m., Howard Camellia Bishop Sod-! DAY available The fin.I Guaranteed 1 t Silverplott- I22"xl08", FITTED fir FLAT, Reg. 999 . . ANNIVERSARY SALE 8.99 .....

1 I Tfcmtor jMerrysteppers High School.Square Dance ONLY" none finer -,to give or PILLOW CASES, Regularly 1.19 ea ., . . ANNIVERSARY SALE 99c ... .?

I Cmt 8 p.m., City Recreation receive. '"200' REFERS TO THE THREAD COUNT PER INCH THERE ARE 200 TO THE INCH IN THEE 'rf '1
[ I Center.
'* Fred Winston, Miss I
SilVER 1
Dunn, 403 NW 23rd IN .w
It'rlolle I ..
of Florida Architecture SHOP
(' and Fine Arts Dames, ..
, 730: >> p.m., University Worn- FIBERGLAS 1 ,.
en's Club, West Newberry
I Road. 11.29.W. University Awe.Cosmetics. '

final Isreal Sis t er h 0 0 *. CANNON'S :.
Board Meeting, I p.m.,. Edu- DRAPERIES
cation Center.
Wives Club, S "CAPE 1
Forestry p.m. ..
Mrs. Charles Geltz, 1521 NW IN WHITE OR GOLD,
7th Avenue.WEDNESDAT.' *
I October 7 HATTERAS" 63" OR 84" LENGTHS.
Gainesville Bridge l Club i ,
( Open Team Club Championship and"REGATTA" SINGLE WIDTHS ONLY.
, 7:30: p.m., Holiday Inn.
Gainesville Woman C I u b,
, General Meeting, 9:30 I.n., Shop5OncMryearspeaal Floor ** 5 PLEATS TO A SIDE. n'
, Clubhouse. .

: p.m.Fine, Recreation Arts Association Center. 8 I TOWELSBATH '63" fiberglas Draperies

Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Club II I I
I p.m.,Mrs John P. Feaster, Anniversary Special 4.99
I 1764 SV 37th Place. TOWELS,
The Lull Tompkies Club, ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL 2/1.00
3 p.m., Mrs. Helen Bennett, 84" Fiberglas Draperies
314 S\T 3rd Street HAND TOWELS, .
University of Florida Hoe ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL 3/1.00 5.99
pit i til I Auxiliary Luncheon Anniversary
' 11:45 am. private room J. Hillis Miller Health
Center, Dr. Samuel P. Martin .
Provost, Guest Speaker.
Gainesville Music Teachers SAVEr
Association, I p.m., Mrs Del .
bert Slerrett, 2110 NW (ft I t ...
Court. SAVINGS I ON 3 .' '
BIG I 20% .
University City Bridge Club, ; ...
7:30: p.m., University of Florida 1 .
Faculty Club. CONCORD"HEIRLOOM" ..
University Women's Club I ON IMPORTEDTABLE
Choral Club, 9:30 a.m, Clubhouse I
West Newberry Road '"
University Medical Guild, -,1 \ V& I' BED. .
Executive Board t-30 a.m.,
Mrs. Thomas Bartley I1II 'a SPREADSIN ':
I NW 3rd Place. LINENS :

rHCRSDAY, October I TWIN, .
". Girl Scout UBA '
Meeting, 9:30 a.m., Girl FULL OR
Scout House 110 NW tta '. IMPORTED FROM HONG KONG. : I", : I' ;, t.

Street KING I ,, I, _,,,
Gainesville Junior __'I Two oanca ol XH de J.aariII-a ties s* \

Club Benefit FashhM Skew, nwst W a folden( posse! baa of...... SIZES. PIECE LINEN TEA SET ",
9.IS am, and 730 p. m., I .
Gainesville woman','C 1111.t Aa lrpieatio.ter bbtbd.........brides, NATURALOR Reg 14.99 . ....:....,.SALI'II'f' !' -

, house .mivmuLs..a4 gik CICICIIIIa&-bIt ., .....' "
Rebekah Lodge, I p.m., Odd 'a PK nrey kstf. a AM,sow. e Ue ike haLADIES' COTTON PILLOW 'CASES, "
Fellows Temple. BLEACHED ...
IT Faculty Chili Weekly lid aopp4lt a it.eitN (Deep Embroidery, Scalloped Edging) .,'1/; ".">

Buffet, f to I,JIL.Oubnooie, WHITE ONLY Reg. 4,99 ..,....,. SALI 3.99 ,r.
West Newberry Hoed. """- I ...
Alachua Woman Club,Tea I PUT ONE ON ROLL COVERS
,Sir$530e CeeN i "..00eaia COTTON ,
honoring Santa Fe High YOUR CBA OR .
(Embroidered on All 4 Corner)
School and Alachua Bernese: LAY-AWAY FOR XMAS!) Reg 1.29 . . ... SALE.99c I
tary School faculty, 4 .pat

NAPKINS l6'/2"xl6'/a" ,
FRIDAY October 9 LINEN ,
Gainesville Bridge Club, Iam Reg. 16.99 SALE' 12.99 Reg. 69c ......... . "',:, 4 SALI 59c
Holiday Inn.
Women a Club, .
I i Dutch University Treat Luncheon,-pat Reg 2250 SALI 16.99 (Embroidered & Scalloped>)> -
I Garden Room Faculty Clue KING Reg 69c ..-. . SALI 59c -
North East Area Library .
1 Meeting 10 a-HL.Holiday Ina.SATURDAY. Reg. 25.00 .,a SALE 19.99 LINEN NAPKINS, 13'/2Mxl3ft". w
r October M :
(Hemstitched only -


Tonga AoditDnum, Opca; to HAIR Reg. 25.00 .j ..,. ,. ... SALE,19.99

ALT pub Faculty e. Club Pat feoi.aB Reg. 3.OW.00 QUEEN SIZE, Reg 30,00 SALE 24.99 SI"2mIIeM' ,trf .J: .: V VH JHonors
Game Buffet Dtpaer. 7. 1f'w
SALE 1.29 & 1.99 40.00 ., SALE 29.99 KAt wrr
to 10 poi.. West Hewberry KING SIZE, Reg. < '. .
toad, by reservation. 4 .
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i This Series of Messages Is Made Possible By The Following Business Firms, Whose Desire Is \,

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: Firestone StoreMr.Cheriesl. i Bedcock Fur.KuveAsseciete Jeffcoet Noon Sient Royal Crown Sidling Co. Ceriton's airy Heave el ........
,I'' Store Mr. Hubert C.JeHeoat Mr. Jim Hednett 930 N.E. 14th Ave. M,. 1..14 .. Wheeler
: "'ud" SIewertl Gibbs Furniture 1611 S Main St. 1201 E. University Ave James J.h...... 919W.UniversiVAvt.McDeniel .
l t : 304 W. University Ave. Mr. Kenneth M. Gibbs Henhel ....

.. 102SW. htAve. AfrP Food Store F.,..... Ce.Mr.JelmW.McDeeiel.
Letter Town >Country Beauty .
GelMeville. reduction 4 Pertridte Central Cellecc.Inc.
Solon Heirstylln .
1206 N. Main St.Mec' .
Credit AssociationMr. Gert.,,'., Inc. 601 S.W.2ndAve. Ashley Beauty Center .
Henry M. Freiec : Mr. HeroM R. GertiierMr.VlroilW.Hervord- 3424 W. University Ave Me 0cIt11 Hines
4310SW.13thSt.McC.llu. : Sopp's Tree SurgeonsMr. 218 S.E.1st St. Orhre-lm Restaurant
1133 S. Main St.Fullers Pete s.pp J. A. cad H. F.McCefmlck
Drue Company 4203 N.W. 21st Drive Geinesvllle Nursing CenterS 1331 E. University Ave.
1124 W. University Ave. .W. 34th St. North of 0.. Hour Merrinhlni end
J 1324 E. University Ave. Fete. Inc. Winn-Dixie Stows Archer RoadHenderson C..n. HelUey Inn RetNurantOenerel .
Mr. forl N. De.". Jr. 130 NW. 6th St. WilltamLVenWInkkSr.Four Ge.... Steele ......
Jim S.1d.nC..strectiee 619 W. University Ave. 1410 N. Main St. Gainesville Locations Mr. Jen H. HMtensileter.. Jr.
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I Combs Umber b Supply Co. CerHr Feint Store Co.
I Mr. James t. Sender Mary
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Mr. Wm. I. C.", .. 501 NW. 8th Ave. 2303 N.E. 27th Ave Mr/HM7l>. '.:..... M,. ......L lrews
NW. 8th Ave. at 4th St. 1 1206 W. University Ave.
1 Crowded NurseryMr.G.H.Crewder 602 N. Moan St.
Guaranty Federel S."I... First Federal S..I... *
Orange Heights Road Sunnylend Pecking Company Ar Loon Aisoctatioe Loon AaI'.. CeIe... stereeene 4V Fuel
Mr.Themes I. Herd.e1l20SW.SthSt Mr. Lee J.Themes Mr. T. W" H."... Howard Hell Afency-- Oil
Gainesville Coca-Cole 249 W. University Ave I....... M,. N. L CI...
.entlnflCo. University City Tclevlsta. M,. H....... Hen 372-2842
929 E. Ave. '111'. Meet I... Inc. Coble. Co., Inc. 60S N.t I.t St.
University Mr. Freak J...... 522 N Main St. Ge......... otJc...". Kirk 9 r......, I..*
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Gainesville Livestock MarketMr. lOOirTwTThSt 805 W. University Ave "l 1308 S. Mom St.
lennle H. Thompson University' City Sunk M..... C. Butter
NW. 6th St. M,. J. >...... 51 3 W. University Ave.
Town Tire Ce. 1116 W. UnIversity A\It. a....,'. DrtvelnMr.
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323 N.W. 6th St. Finance Co.. Inc. .W. 23rd Blvd. Urwerslty Ave.
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v 901 N. Mom St. J.Wolloco Brown Feed ,.1, Stores 311 S. Main St. 2025.L 14th St. 1423 NW.7th St.
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1F:: Cia n ttsuiUe suitJRELIGION- Non-Catholic Observers Have Bid Role at Council I

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By JOHN GALE the road to Christian unity Is along and ears of the Protestant and dinal tea, the 83-year-old Ger Methodist Council, the Russian on to generations yet to ewr*.
VATICAN CITY, (AP) For half mile beside the Tiber. Orthodox world. man-born prelate entrusted by Orthodox Church, the Lutheran Said the bishop of Rlpon England -
; Protestant observers at the That's the distance most dele- The observers bring a direct the Church with bringing Chris World Federation, and the Dr. John Moorman, one
Vatican Ecumenical Council. gates tramp from their hotel to Influence to bear on the council tian reunion closer They are World Alliance of Presbyterian of the Anglican observers:
get to the daily sittings of the 'i proceedings when they passed on In due course to the Churches. "If anyone Is expecting very

Roman Catholic assembly. meet every Tuesday with secretariat council fathers. Most observers warn, how big or spectacular changes in
They say It's a trip well worth officials. The observers represent such ever, against expecting an overnight the life of the Church, he wilt
4 making for at the end Is a prix Non-Catholic Communion be disappointed. What la happening
'tL 41 ... views are docu- groups as the Anglican collapse of denominational
ileged front-row seat at one of mented International In Rome Is more subtle
by officials of the secretariat the Congre- barriers. The task of forging
the phenomena of our time -a headed by Augustin Car gationalist Council the World Christian unity will be passed than that." .
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; < pM sight of the Roman Catholic -- -- -
4cu Church testing the force and I .

: i" direction of its own winds of MON.TUF I
change. I : SPECIALSI

k lit Never before In centuries of ,

division and dispute have so .
many reprsentatives of non-
Catholic Christendom been hon. NOON 521. N.W...

ored guests at the Vatican.At QUANTITY
the daily sessions under RltawTs 13th Street

the great dome of SL Peter's SISIRVID
k Basilica, the Latin-speaking
y1 kb I .f q { *
F y '.erx Catholic prelates hold the stage,
1w w wearing the colorful vestmentsof
their calling. The observers DELL'S FLA. GRADE "A" LYKES SMOKED

is one of them puts It. sit thereIn I
;sw eloquent silence They listen

carefully, critically but sympathetically -
-and their dark

cloth is a sobering but appropriate Fryers Picnics29e
contrast to what has been
called "the purple tide."

There are 72 observers repre-
senting 24 non-Catholic bodies at
this third session of the council. ,i
" a ,
: To the Roman Church, they are ,
Gift of Land Church i
to "separated brethren." the eyes

A deed to five acres of land Is held In the hand (at left) of J. Fra nc !I. I
ooper, chairman of the Board of Trustee of the First Methodist Church M Add DeaconTo I
le presents it to officials of Faith Methodist Church. Rev. Carl Hanki (right) In
JMtor and Glenn Whittington (2nd from right is chairman of the official ListLast
ard.Do-JJWDaU (hand at'rlrhO, chairman' of the Board of Trustees accepts Baptist
I* The land on NE 15lh Street between NE 3Ist and 39th Ave, is a gift. week's list of deaconsof
I the First Methodist to the newly-organized Faith Methodist. Looking on I i. North Central Baptist I
"|r. John M. Sikes, (left),.district superintendent of the Gainesville Distrist of Church Inadvertently omittedthe LB. LB."ROYAL" .

>k church and next to him Rev. Thomas (;. Mitchell pastor of First Methodist. name of Leon Brinson. from i I \

The Sun.Church. I
vival Services officials also said last I

i" Begin Mission Fair week the church did not receive -
Parrish. The land was a gift
f I Slated ByLutherans of the Frances Graves family.
t I
I val services began thi I II I POT PIES
'' at Calvary Bapt I sI I I
w with Rev. Gordon Sham Children I
the visiting evangejl -

11 s vices will continui I Plans are in progress for the Ready To TURKEY ,
I ut the week with nigh '
first mission fair to be held at
[starting at 7:30 p.m. Defend CubaMIAMI I CHICKEN
j'fItt 1In mburger is a native First Lutheran Church Sunday 3OZ. BEEF
ill M ilppl Is serving as as Oct. 11, from 3 to S:30 p.m. (AP-Children's) de I

lOCIaun chaplain In the Missis- 1 1r The fair will be held In conJunction fence committees now are tune- PKG. 9 8-OZ.
alp*;Jtoptist Hospital In Jack z with onlng in Havana, the Cuban'
the mission festival
.on. 1," I radio said Saturday.A I EACHLIMIT
r; k A. Ictoff supper! was held last I services at both the I:30 broadcast, monitored in Mimi s
M.. and noon meals are plan- s.m. and the 11 a.m. I said the youngsters groups I 1
each day at the church. Delivering the .. aervlces'l are modeled on the block committees ,

) "I the noon meals Rev. sage at both services will be for defense of the Fidel I I WITH II oa MOST OtOIR'MORTON'S"
'TA Castro revolution. These block
'. J burger; will be speaking. the Rev. Clement R. Zehnder'
committees watch for counterrevolutionary "
:? services will be devot PLAIN or IODIZEDSALT NORTHERN"Toilet
Ascension Lutheran Church
activity among the
,fjJvenin evangelism and soul-win-
:missionary to Mexico City for people and also handle adminIstration -
I :the Lutheran Church, Missouri of ration cards. I
Rev. William T. Crosby is Rev. Shamburger I Tissue
It pastor at Calvary. Synod.
The church choir will sing of
i night. Thursday night has been The committee planning the Power Prayer
each night except Thursday Youth fair includes: Wallace Mooney,I r .
designated as Night:
t1 chairman, Mrs. James Stall Dear Editor,
When the Youth Choir will I
1 sing mann, and Mrs. William Pe "Two yours 26.0%. REG.
Religion'sRelations Friday night has been designated I hod to ,
erson. They have assigned/ specific ego
C5 as Pack-A-Pew-Nlght. mission fields of the Lu- undergo moor PKG. ROLL

Members are urged to go by theran Church, Missouri Synod surgery 9 e
\ the Church office during the to the Sunday school Life hod been s
week and pick up a group of classes and various organizations such a seriM
numbered cards to be handedout of the church. of difficulties
Topic to people to pack a pew. (believed .
On Friday night each person Suitable displays depicting, trouble wos
Relations between religions In who picked up the numbered these mission fields will be arranged orcfo ined.I .
r j the ecumenical era is the topic cards will be asked to stand by the groups. !I When I entered the
I for a series of lessons for the with those whom they have given ,I hospital I prayed earnestly KRAFT "PHILADELPHIA"Cream
I adult church school class of the cards out to during the AOVIITItlMINTCHRIST for the first time mode I II "HOLSUM"I
1 University Methodist Church beginning week. The one who has the I I all kinds of promiMS.Afterward I

I October S. most people present will be the ( I. the ANSWER) I'' as I gained Cheese Apple Jelly

I Dr. Austin Creel, assistant I I champion.UNIVERSITY. 'A"cf !! ..FallM..I I strength I regretted making
ih. tru
professor of religion at the University 'N". the promises, they
of Florida, will conduct '' and seemed too hard to keep
I shop rake your
IJ" the five week scries. r ..... Jot," But I felt I had to try.

I i The classes will be held at 8 t' 32.oil The"''''truth art The seemingly hopeI I 8.OZ. 2.LB.'KG. .
; 9:45 a.m. In the email chapelof BAPTIST born 1ft 'SIN' less task gradually mode
I the Wesley Foundation. Anyone ...,.'.10.. such changes for me I JAR
interested In the topic is CHURCHMISSIONARY ?nfvl by no- cannot describe them. I II
1 ; welcome to attend the classes run coon needs IIIbot'daQ' I meet each day with serenity *
and on inner confidence .
; according to Donald Goodheart d. I II v. r onceseeM
chairman of the official board FONOAMINTALc 'SIN'. that seem to over

r; of the church. ____ ._ 'FOIl COME ALL come obstacles.The .
I KNAVE SINNED AND point I want to
r' Beginning November S, Dr. I SHORT OF THE. GLORY or GOD'Ronne make is that when I turn

Delton Scudder chairman of the ,I bible 3:23.TM :rweols ..... tru.... ((II.' ed completely, to God. f ILMsat OM wish Yo 11 w M M IM) 0 *' PI..w.t
of religion at the THE
t department and 0.0" 000"; I"SUT thing, ways and means
University of Florida starts a I SCRIPTURE HATH CONCLUDED took on a whole new
sequel to the lessons h taught ALL' FAITH OF JESUS peoronce and action. I
the class last year on the Old x 'CHRIST PROMISE MIGHT IY 1C GIVEN I fO feel I must pass on this
Testament. His new series will :THEM THAT BELIEVE', GAL. I II fact to as many as I cOn
be based on the New Testament reach.. APPLES
I w"
'RtVIVAL m ** "to
I I I..u u. Holy Sped W ed'REVIVAL' You too may offer your
New U. S. Offer ,I owl MH' a fod'l0"1Matonol testimony quotations, or
I "v.nt ,10.*1 r ">Is-: ask questions. Write Edi.
SEOUL, Korea AP) WIlliam r. ac logtt. Nat warn m.n to floe eronPA. tor. P. O. Box 13. Nor. 50 EXTRA

P. Bundy U S.- assistant ,**>*. "HELL"wroth a to saw c..e.much forjowtoot ... walk. Conn. (CopyrightEfcol .roe.:.-::- w 4 LB.
secretary of state for Far East.em of "X. pulpit today vt thrrornf This public service
affairs Saturday reneweda 1628 N.W. 6th St. 'EXPO!>ITOR' M Lord sponsored by: CHRISt IIJ:
,Inut Ch."'. hod .Sore to My
U.s. offer to help Japan and SUNDAY SCHOOL .
(""' "" "0. "HELL" than 0* H aIf PIZZA
South Korea settle their differences .9:45 ...11I.MO.NG I..... 'Rtvival" to to com to JONES-JOHNSON u Pie.C'S. CELLO
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;: DEAR ABBY: I was born six months and two days after success of that marriage (and THE OTHER ONE IS HE'S 'THE SEAS 1 S F1E STALKING
i my parents were married. When I first figured this out respect of all STILUOUT. THE, MING ARE N M I NONSENSE!! d
I was 18. I mentioned it to my mother and she became flustered yLI'L DOCTOR IS PUTTING HEAD NOW STRAP HIM
j and close to tears, so I never mentioned It again. DEAR ABBY: Can I sue a ABNER+ BACK THE LAST OF oJ PUT HIS DOMNJT0OfI
j Mother Is from a good family and she and my father have ately to break up my home? A W DEAR:' HIS RIGHT TEETH NOW:' IN ME!!
been completely faithful to each other. They are tops as told me in detail about the affair
I parents to me and my three brothers. I want to tell her that I talked to him about it and he
f I don't care If she DID have to get married, I love her just with. Then she accused him of L
J. 1 the same. Abby, you could help a lot of people who had him to court and won, so now he I) J IJ c' >i
to get married If you would tell them how to handle It when money for the baby. She told
I, their children bring It up. Should they take refuge In III.I even his, she just wanted him to y sBCIRRY
fence? Should they lie about the date of their marriage? Or ey so his wife (me) and his t. yea :; ,+
should they insist that the baby was premature? What's swore that she was going to make ,
the best answer? UNENLIGHTENED possible for not giving him a l
i DEAR UNENUGHTHNED: The truth, while sometimes her. My husband tells me that he is
embarrassing, Is always the best answer But no couple believe him. Have I grounds to sue? 1.I .
HAS to get married. The man can deny paternity. He can "
also run off and leave the girl to face the problem alone. DEAR HURT: If this woman I HEAR THEV GOT 1T FROA4MIZ ,
I The girl can foolishly submit to an Illegal operation and do band for child support money for a JUGHAID-WILL MA'AM!.( BASKETFUL A BRAND-NEW OF ( i : LEDBtTTERL': 4 +r re ri .
away with the baby. Or she can have the child and either yon should see a lawyer. She I .. VE ZUBARLOW TO KITTENS OVER ATTH'
give It up for adoption or keep II and defy society. The couple human being. Be careful. Be wbe ) .. 5 BARLOWS' ? rL
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MONDAY evening, TUESDAY 'til 5 p.m.

( Monday Evening complice, Involving corruption Bristol Court if it weren't O Andy Griffith Kim Novak Youth?" Slattery urges 7:U O Ranger Hal 12.SS 8 0 News

0 WeD Fargo robbery and murder for their friend and boarder Things get a little hectic Cameras go "In Search of Dr. George Allison to con 7:51 O Local News, Weather I:. a News Weather

*;yxJ Ufa Douglas James Cagney, Barbara Dick (Steve Franken). around the Taylor household Kim Novak," who lives tinue as president of the I:N O Captain KangarooI < O Midday

::iJS,0 Moment b Sports Payton, Helena Car Dick's from a wealthy when Andy's relatives III two diverse worlds: in State School Board, although :SS a 0) Political TalkI B Quest Adventure

f'* Q Newicope ter. (Two hours) family and helps his fellow pay a visit. Hollywood as a movie both know t hatthe I :N O Divorce Court 0 (Color) TV Bingo
B Camera Three star, and as a recluse In Hungerford newspaper a Bachelor Father
O World Civilization 7:311) M Bristol Court intern foot the bills MS 0 Focus IB
I IB (Color) Local News, (Debut) Three half-hour Tonight:" Pining for someprivacy. :00(5 ID Lady Williams a small' stone castle near chain is after Allison's ID Color) Romper Room Elementary Spanish

IO News Weather comedies are tenanted Tom persuadesDick (Return Color) For his Monterey, Cal. Last showof hide. 1.3 O Jack Benny 1M0 (Color) Left Make
.series postponed froman 11:" B O New, Weather, Jack La Lanne
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IB Sunshine Almanac mythical apartment complex apartment at the Andy switches to Mo earlier date. Sports II:N B Make Room for Daddy B Humanities C41

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I ID News nia.. Gus Raymond as the two. Frank Meeker: William a weekly format Cues After Walter gives his Weather O Arithmetic B Science

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Charlie Announced Basehart Crane: Harry
tar strumming T. Ba Richard
Rom J:M B 0
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O'Rourke wants to get UN Truth David Hedison. Jones: Is caught In
T. Tell
B Jack Bossy B .I.... Carson .
begins Its seventh TV : after he Impulsively I.M: B 0 ,
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back season with an all ,lar ID Jack: La Lanai i:n a New Henry Kulky. Kenner age proposed to (Color) Songstress Louis B r...,.'. rail
by Joseph M B Make Room for 1:3111 (Color) Yo Lloyd Bochner. I led 4MB Match Game
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DaddyONews B Secret
Avery becomes regular McGuire Sisters a Edge of Night 7.M Daniel BOOM a party. guest.FRIDAY 0 Peter P.lamus.
balladeer Burl Ives an of Balboa
as girls' vice principal concert pianist Grant Jo ID (C.Ior) Cameras CD Popeye'i Pals "My Brother's Keeper." from Morning sad AfUtraosuMB 4MB: Nswi4MB
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0 M Bristol Court Cherokee were lad by kid with pigtails .
Word 4.ZS a News lUOUvtofWords "H a Cockeyed W..
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drilling, three buddies II:M B B FknaaU XL4a
convicted rugged
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In his second trial. ((110 Danny's guest are comedienne t.MaHouiePartyMS Associate Supreme Court Ralph Meeker Elaine St*
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O Mike Douglas for I and folk duo Joe and Ed .. B WorM OvIUsaiieaSI Moon." John Ford Fury
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15 B Moments to Sports May be pre empted die, who sing "La n. 3:M O T* Td : B (Color) Local News, tide whether the violated Joined talent with Ihi' s t.NBSky Shag
a news program. basic rights were
1.2 8
[M B Newscope Weather, Sports to make
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[ B World Civilization 8 Jan Casual -Mask some"No Strings" 1.31 B (ColorYou) Don't., I:N 8 Newt, Sports, from tie time of his arrest this three part film ol O World unto

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Weather, SporIIAlflcalmrt "The Chamizal Story : B Popeye'S Pal B Suaihlo. Almaaae the Law" Is adapted from

B Film a study of the racial t News AnalysislNBBN weather 4:. B Match Can I:IS B New Hlgkllfhu.M Bobby Darin.Bochner' Janet, a Frank O'Connor story, I.M BMw*
I::M a News, Sports, agreement over this 4J7- B Secret Storm I: B B B News Leigh, Lloyd "A Minute's W..," de- B Outlaw

. .Weather acre border territory and aparta B Huckleberry B.... B Using/ NMsers.M a EatortaksmB tails comical delay thai' liMBLtoyd TaazUalkiwaroaslvr .
'B Suashto Almanac the problems which the 0(Ctor) News, weather Ynacy Derringer Jzs Millt .
4:%$ B New : B keep a Iran from leaving ( *)
111 B News Highlight agreement may eau a a .,.,.. 4:. a Leave II to Beaver 7.MYaace DmtogerA- I.N B Chicago SymphonyJH the station. "Iftl," InsplrH I:MBToscbaowaIM

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0 Newt The 1963 treaty which "The Belle of New 18 Movie Boston." Colton hat ordered the Chicago Symphony In play "The Rising of the NBC 1111* Sal

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MB Deputy by returning Cham- a rich dowager Fred tries O Bachelor Father memberofa ruthless and Variation for( Orchntrs cat prisoner scheduled: Ui Tease vs. Oklahoma
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8 B Colon Hamper lanfB die Noel Jimmy 1/10 NFL Csaalaawa to
B What's New- between probable loss ol Astaire, V If. Ellen. Roes Death Valley Days by the contemporary ODa (Two hours, M Ktcaotfa
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the economic and social 11:M B0 ....., I:* B Jack BeaayB Boris Blather William.
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Law" launches this se I Irles' where he's opened up a aid Please Circus was taped la Sweden I':. B Jack Pair Moraluf sad Aftornooa 5:0 sort*

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program documents the i "town" Is a movie set al Word Liberty ...-. Sieve Lawrence and Cydt 7.N B. C.... Pacttka B Jhnnay Strickland

story of Clarence Earl' his new studio.B1kwYe0.i1. B Snarls.Words Semester a I I.... I.MJI'CI the Bertok aerial aerobalk GIInne. comic Bill Cs aaarls Semester 7:. B B Flipper

Gideon, the ex convict 15 .IJYIIC CWaxattoaB (: B Sclrac Around Yon act the Tw Matrons' 'by and singer comedienne 7:31 a Sunday School FeraasaCoasody B Jackie G......
: 1:11 a Mvtt Drama .:30 wend who
whose petition to the Supreme balancing Libby Morris
I Meets a:u a a Newt comedy Caam 1111 Mr. MagtoI.M
Court ltd to a new Color) "The Mi ack"During Gospel 11:11. a CouctatrattoBeAaa act unicyclists ota and offers parts of her Canadian Fac B Porter WagowrB
Pastor's Study I:N a Amos
the' I dS a
ruling establishing absolute Napoleonic : Santo and Helena's trained nightclub/ act .
Color HI. Neighbor > ofltayrryI Minim Mayer GIll..(.. IslandB
right to counsel to a era a young Spanish 1MB 8 Fans( sad ..... :IS B Industry oa Farad pigeons and Chinese BThalalatTB .I Rocky sad lie Addam family
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the original participants( Carrol Saw Refer 7 M B B TodayBLatal *Show Aawchc. German scientist who> has I Escap Fran Fort Ira

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of his tint trial B DId Vaa Dyfc BFIfeniBCeaabat to go back to East G The Lady and the Baby' 7:MB Muter Hal : I a
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B EkuMSdary CaaomrtaIIM
state and Sitter." The Petrie baby 7.M B Loral Newt. B leisure Pieties TWo-
elude Florida BLOT .. LHoastop MB F1WW Bras fey : a :NewsSpark
prison officials, attar sitter la aa unhappy I.M B Caatais ..e"I' :MBUadofTMrOwa II:. ...... are Weather

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B Asaartcaao Al Work 1 12:21 0 News (ester :. a Toaaooso Taxodataasfe 11 I.MaBMavi! *
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B Osxto end Harriet 1:1I. Ds.erry ,.. .1JttI
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L. .* B Daval Coanrty Repstl.rka't :
Court Robert
Judge Sowaaok. Bobby Dark -Mortar Mel
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Sun Sunday Ortob 4. 1964

r 1. William Welt, 715! IW OM CDUrI. 500str.lst ,
J: ""
_'..... 530,001 AU;""' 1''.<<''''''''
01 M' Devil, I..., 3775 IW Wi Piece,
|| comtnct dwelling, lDtARHTOI THURS.

/ SEE Motor C-'Y Lodge 'of eelneivllleIne At Th.
By ., Lot 10 Meckey Hudson Track FLORIDA
Hole! end .n'''''''!. I7MOOO.CkctrK : 7i/ 90th
Outdoor Adv. C.., lection It
TVS NIPS, Roadside Sign, 01.000.
Orooy and Hunter, 1111 NW lilt Hlervlce -,
notion 111.SOO.
*> Oil Compeny Mil NW till A..., p.
RoodekM big,. (M,000Morrioto ANNIVERSARY
.the SUNCOUP.THOUU Lfcomo AenketleneMmdell '. ,
J. M Wlllloml! II. Gelneovlllei B:
Ammorlne Strong 17, Oolneivllle' .I
John Herbert Illot a OMoi AnnMV')0lsyy
27, Golnoivlllo. USE LAYAWAYOR

RICORDI Ooddird Odlnmvllll.' Inc, V. Froncll" Mrs. R. T Culpippor, I7lt N. Woldo, .vllli. 'Pie.Jemolne Merino Iplvoy.Idwlnno B, Jockion. YOUR C.I.A.
s.,!. U-Oct I, load N. Wood d-b-i WMdyl Stoats 1MI W Rood, oddlllo/ hi dwelling, 0.Morcri H. Aolnmllle i"' ......-_
Divorce: loom Jnlv.r lty Avo, 12*'01' (lul cools M I. Morly, 1JOI- X>5-07 N.W. :3ttAvo lugene Anthony Cepulo. W MU'.IV'j !'!'g (TAKE UP TO 10
Howl" P. Ickord v. on* C. 'ek... M. M. Porrlin/. Agency v. Ronald Jowpb ., conitrvcl lour unlti at opti, ....' vlllii Jonot Noreen Harden, rvim. re'k: : r' '' "i I
.Sandra 1Stills v. Cowerd C. line Kelmen d o-e AH Broeilod Chicken NO. MONTHS TO PAY) J' j 1
,Judltn A, Mooro V. Merrill) K. Moor. 1304 W' unlverilly A..., Ml.Mi piui tfktWF
Grady L. Toiler v. Cnrlitlne N. Toil Cats {Ilt Ollll C. Clay laid N.W. lit.A..., ro-
... the LM v Mn. Aide' M.rk._, RlOunnolkn Mir dwolllng. 1200.Oooroo .
Mtanlt t, Ulorden v' Nod Klordon/ Jr I. Flo, MO( p''" coot -- Thermo, I02J NW IJttl A...,
:Thome I. Tyro v. Ruby I, TyrJoen .. N. L. Coleman d..-. Colemm Oil v ropoir dwolllng, MMJomot .
L Jiroedmon v. Itepnon A 101 r. J. I. Moore Std Betty Moon, loll N. Ooblo 1111 NW I3tn II, IF YOUCOMPARE 1
F.Dadm.n. SI JJrd PI, 071.101 plus cab .... Con0lrucP a business, ".OOD.
D.n Devil v. Keneth I. Devil N. L. Clltmon dabs Coleman Oil CLoiny ... lima JK.on. ISII HW lath A..., npeir
!015 or.tho. 'reg.Irv00 llrldclond, RFD dwalling. 5000.
FLmO bulk: logos
1, Bon r60.31"I'PIi coin M. Horry Norton/, 1704., NW Mth .... conIrol -
I. Combs v. Ceorge N. L. Col.... db-e Colemen 011 V hooting dwelling MOO.orlon .
fly. ..m..... llr. L. W. Menlo 3101 IW Wn K. Oougloi, '10) N. Moln It, pry PRICESOF
Op.' M. Clemeni end Cecil C. Cl.m.on liD 1"Iu.. Com woo. I,., heating dwolllng. ins
v. .. W. Thompson end. Atlonllc N. L. Co_.. d-b-e. Common 011 v Robert Gorgon, *I4 NI Iffh Tor4 eon The
Co..' Line Railroad demegoi .. Lowli loans. im. SI lath Av... trucl inxogo.. UM luxury of mink,
Anon N. Stroll Jr v. D. P Dora. lit III plus c..ti l.. Tommy Rldgoll loM NI llll Avo,, SAME QUALITYYOU
MV end 'Atlonllc! Coal Lint Rtllrood N. L. Coleman d Ma Coleman 011) VMr. llrucl dwolllng. 110) .000. in little
** ., J,.. "' .10' MUs wraps'ye. supple ..
tenit of HiwtOornt v.. A. A. Cemey, cools. WlloOn... hndrld10. conitruct O. M. dwolllng Davis, Inc. III,000.McCullough 104. IW 40th M, ,

*' iriTAdi Hill V. ThOmaS Ire Miller. Iil.ln nt NW lout A...,
7 J. Hoi v. Harold, Cu""l..hom. WILL beautiful glamourous
NW lit It? 1101 pies MlilJddv ropoir dwolllng. MOO. ALWAYS .
irartgego toreclowre Carl W. Palo, m NI Ith A...,
Divorce.' jlitoedAnn B"MI ?wiid..iMoT plus costs dwslllMN/j000
I. Curls V. Uull C. CorblnMtry v.? K." .- O. WhIle 111 .... lilt Lanw who can. resist it?
H i'.v.v. Jem.i ,R. FiordMarla Tin City V. Jimmy RoDlniM, Rt. t.Pogint ply dwelling. 1300. J.
Robert M Stanford.Leslie BUY
.. 0171011, lIu. 51515 0, lilt so 'hueh or Chrbt, 101 N lath
Sills v. Nathaniel SII Johnsoo end Arts, '..., .. AI.ln11I0 $1., ropoir" church, KM.
COURT or o.icoe.0 030) Muus costs 04Wilson's SAVE, SAVE! AT THIS PRICE'
Woo. R1. AIOC.U' Mrs lithor RlngroM, I<0) I. Unlvorilly ,
Crian0001 DIp..ml0noAedpa .. Lena

Ira Car/n.Jams A, loll III, drum.11I11..."....,DonS 0.01.oco'."Shone"oro......V.Nov00,1.Mil.. COI"L./11I..1..! repair J, Avo Roundlroo dwolllng, ropoir) ', litotn UN.P dwelling. ,JJ7 MOO.NW. till It, at MIN (

It.n.. 11,11", 531.: Thomas A.y M. Wawa,. I" UI doh Ilan 1 162.13, tij NW 36th ..., STOLES
an L.k.,..... ._1... 135. Robert L. II. ropoir
Orl...... ,allure to ) uonl.l. under plus COlli BootorySfcSltSSSS OmollInit 1400 ,
Cook control. 1131. Willie C_', 162' H'II' T. K. Fpan d.1e. 11' N' "th 1I.. WIIN.'. M.uty ..... 117 II Ind "I.1. )..
A.... carrying *OaP.n. 1541 .. Lucille Wllllom. repel,. dwstiUp. 1130.M. The Furniture Manufacturers REG. 279.00. I

lee toad, 033.0.1000 Donald Jr.'''.N=,::,..I'7.=: 12I'uM-: :: d.M0 IhirmaO Iltv.rman's 1023 SI10th V51mer dwlhlPg..,.N,. 031 NIII I 201 II ,ltft sly, nmod.l I

13' Th.m. O. Hill H_ eed OvondOMn $0.JooaOhI I Prod Word 1134 NI 7th Ste repair"
atodlng A. HI.d. A.... 1111.1' due. COlli 000lAno. I3OD.w.tor f
Idwnd SALE
571. Ollvormon'O V.Mr.
thorn Ino. 249.00
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Tuel."". H. J.. tenure 1 ylald right Las!..511vrmao 50000$ 3DI NW oh II., ....11. r.pol', dwaung... Hunhor. $230. as N. I. 5n' .... AMPLE HOUS ANNIVERSARY

Of 575Willis A. HI.... Rl. 2. vw." g or plug 1, Cats 04.oaden C.A North Contra I.otlll Church" 01' Nw M
drlvori 1 Heenie roilrkllon, 113I. Pod Lag 020 llth A..., nmodol dwelling, 11,750.
Llvti Oak lowing l M unautnoritM SSTM.? $..13' pow.Colts Ol Oooroo White' 1131 II 4th _..., ro-
'oath )1 drlva. Mi Wiley LlBdlW MJH- ..... 011) ComllOllY v. poly dwelling, 1131.
rose. red.lei.:/ display ". ? Sudden M.Iarvlca H0ilimanbn rod Mnlorle F.taltlw.OWr .. I. Oal.y" "" NI "* *'.' """' South MOln St Thelme J. RUM Alecnue, veil lame! ION N. .. lath A.... ,3.1", _lIIno. 0001R.bnd
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dl.or' II. M. Ouort m .N' IIh T. ,
.. hills' 505)5
M' pod'
Schullx Severn .
M. F.rml)1Mush Spain dwelling UM
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1.7,3y 120 < M wlllleml Teicomiruct ..,
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cAN- i-'c disposed. al mash' Iyla.ton J,., Hugh Idwerdi, Inc..,W JMJ. NI 17lTor7comlr II
t dwelling'
High Ip'I.... no valid driver' Idwerdi ,lne, MM NI 17m Tor, 90th WOMEN'SAND
Amber! I. lu.chman. loaf IW Archer MIMA ,
Road. no valid dr/ver". lie..... Ramos ce.uar5rhucf dw1111th 57.000.N. .
Willi.... Lake luill. lie valid MIM1'e .. :' pc3000s1n.dwell. '

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A.... lie veld drlvor'. 11_'". 113I Drive. Conlncl dwoihlog, II. 17111brv. ANNIVERSARYSALE

or U dove.. Cloroneo' roe IIN.L: ;: anoat. II V Hugh.. .:::.rr.t.f:::,;;. .5OII.N'
Oaring.. ClIO suspooded ow on .t........ or Hugh Idw._ I..., 1/11 N' sib FALL 164DRESSES
1.11I1 _II. INdN) J. L. Nigh A.> .. ._..ruct dwolllng, 17.mHugn ,
Springs no valid driver's _... 120 NO I Idwordi Inc, 2103 N17th Tor, ''ll '
11.11', pO N 0 doe unitruct dwelling, ;JOO.Hugn .
William dey.r M. ..... 117 I' 4t. 01.. lath lav/ordi, l..., l" N5th

eras(110y1ehwlpp nd.daI.a Nta53tdaoc'I of A.Hugh.., con"ruel leIW_dwelling. ,..., WMJ.Mtn Ave., .
O. Mc'inllro. Jlaw '."". fIV
.011I. KhOel) Albert eenilruct dwelling. aSLIPS
HI Ave, no'valid ." ..,. llconio, Hugh Idv/erdi. ,Inc,, jni. NI Mm ,
N l dwlmauel Aver construct dwolllncj '
"f McNeal Inwloy vlol.ll.n o.( -. O. Rogers. 411 ivy 111ft PI, construct
..-. lleonio' roilrtcilo.' $20 or IT d yiMlchord .
drl' dw.llln. 533,000.Capilel .. ORIG. 89912.99
k. Film. Oeaio op.eding.' Mil 030 inl/don/ Ml* NW.ITtll, It rior (;;( lemU* .
or 1 10 '.lt =::..A 20.'I': shroct dwelling. .$ .%
NW Pit) C.0Uah lull.... NW Ill)! II, ce '
W. 'pt.v.' Nowbery.Imp'
sChoa worren 1211 or I days.LowrOOCU "uet dw,1)Ing) 110.000. SALE 7.99 .
."" driver's M. Vavone 11.0001 HI.t Ip"no. C.P"' 'ulldl", $IO NW 17th II,
110.000. GOWNS
Pallors ro yield right of w.y. lrofflC c.nstnltdwelling'ulldl" 3732 NW 17th II.. c0lruct /.
Oaf en ,
School' and Ml I. Itojj 10DGD..
ark, Ohio, driving while Intaxlcotod, M. H.dwelling Rowe. 1201 N' fill Tor., oddillento ORIG. 149917.99
days and rlv ft /katol Oespend' .
ad INN month.Arthur NIIL brooks. _I.N drlv1. dw.Aln Dovelal 0.001tvehn II NI Irt .. I'IIIIOd- 2 JUMPER GOWNS

073 in 311 awl Mildred C. HWNpaIb II bustn..s 11.1DO.i. SOP Nw 101" SALE 12.99
2312 N12th It., fishing wlthnW 11.cons. I : \'\11-W.... .. R '
010 er I days. Merl L, r ::1 A ., ": 53,000. .
10 d y. ". 3111II .W Off P1.. Ina 'J
P M.lroM rrill l MUrou, drunk BO .' II wIlls ,t.llTl"coMltl nln unit rid hootjng f :
L. Wllllemi.) Molreie, minor' In I" <
0l00 a alcalolld booms. ::$ 5r JohJ''S. Plotenor, ,.W NW Ith II, .2.f
pour i' .
aeolher's Rans 01,310.P.
10 days$ I.dlsplwing or II danu rockioo drWll'.. .. A. Ford. ...1233. 5000.Cher $.w 155 A.... ,w? r Y :)05J f !t

$01 N 30! d0V1. for tut Nrb.h es III' Shod sirs'. K.nt...... IaUd NW Itt III., re'mods l ,. r A
no-c"lt,,=,. 002W 3rd Oh., no ..
dm.lling t
valid drIuor" lie...... Awry J. beco1N Mr. P. C. IIfcouV ION NI W Tor,I (
101 .W om Oh.. ni volld 1. II0005e. \ropoir dwelling, tl OM. $ rr CHOOSE FROM A
3001100 Hahn' 61' NW IIh 5yoPIMW1111.m lokroco Corporetlon 4M1 NW let* DISCONTINUED NUMURS .. ...
vllddrw.r's Ave., conitruct ...11I"'. ...DGD.
1100101.$Walt.Cr..4 Williams ChM.: :-o.$ OW PROM ONE OP THI TOP 2 LARGE SELECTION '

Sit Avg., ellowlng M C.ImathSfIOsd Fab: 3120 01W13th In air ondiffcnfnfj, uinfinttan. "c-h ,
son to .drI e. 000.0. MAKERS.O' FINE QUALITY
wlthhOl'l" support..horOot OF LOVELY
0. NIP/ m .Iles FALL
NMinwd Calvin a t
warhhloss' chick .bertMeKnl.hl LINGERIE t
NW Slh ,Ave m IW Ith A.... wa'thllU CHRYSLER EltglnHtln !
chock.plsad d AtoNls i.. Wig.gIM for tb. very Mss THE

rockies,' Anchor' dr''nel Welts valid drlvar'O O. LavOrs 11.0000. Ills' I I SLIP (Shown) POPULAR
1 11th Oh., dlorderly, c.nducl..Null, and
,7'l.ry' Forbes.. Charlie' WcCrov, RL ...."' I- 1' NYLON !
REG. 9.00
Ohl.. no valid drluNY licsnelAm. I ,
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Sunday, October 4, 19S4 GaillnUlSuR 1C NEWS


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:( i Sua Staff Writer Draws A00By

. Moonshine raids may come ; rF'1
and with ,
go ( or without the ,
,overnoiparticipation) but the I BOB MEEKER vllle Livestock Market bought kS +

one a kick out of took Sal Staff Writer Knighton'a other barrow for 11 ftl c.i. x

place up la Baker,County sometime FANNIN SPRINGS A cents a pound. .

ago. [: grand champion Duroc barrow TIllman Swilley, 12, Bronson4H

At that time, 'shine was the i I brought $1 a pound and the Club, showed th championgilt

principal source of Income (I Whit eface' Hereford walked and his sister Ramona, 18, ? <

there and Macctenny was widely Steers away with the top prizes In the showed the reserve champion.Tillman ; t '
known ai the moonshine Top beef show at the Suwannee Bk- also took top honors ,

capitol of the state. er Youth Fair Friday. with his Duroc
Ed Yarbrough had Just been Elliot (Pug) Whitehurat (left) shows the form it took for his grand champion An estimated MO\ exhibitors, champion sow. A )
Whiteface to bring In the blue ribbon over close Guernsey Holstein and Jersey '0 kTy u
runner-up Cobb r
elected sheriff on a campaign judges fair officials and spectators breeds
with hia reserve champion. Herforda walked away with all the top prizes in the produced
promise to wipe out the lllicl sweltered In offseason
beef cattle events at the Suwannee River Youth Fair champions In the dairy division.
Friday. (Sun photo by
whiskey business, and he had heat as members of the Future .
Bob Meeker) Frances Dempsey 18, Old I
made a spectacular start b 1 Farmers of America 4-H Clubs
Town 4-H Club bad
a grand
; making a number of arrests. 'and the Future Homemakers
champion In her
Jersey yearl 7
He was a good source o t of America displayed results of

news, so I popped up there one High ,SpringsTo 'their efforts at the llth annual ing. Cow The reserve shown champion Jersey
FOOD FOR FANS was by Leroy
cornered him In the old
day, event sponsored by UN Suwan- Sanders, 1$, also of the Old
Jail and said "What's new. Advertise ,nee River Fair and Livestock Town Club.
Ed? How is the 'shine raid WILLISTON Football fans from Willlston and the surrounding Association
business these days:' area need not go hungry when they attend the The Guernseys brought three
Herbie Parrlsh excited
Ed looked at his watch nerve Florida-Mississippi game Oct 10. Along 1-75 and an "H'er blue ribbons to Mike Davis 13,
happy 11-year-old
ously muttered "Nothing right The senior class at Willlston High Is sponsoring a barbecue from Trenton, showed the first Cross City 4-H Club for hi t I.
chicken box lunch for sale to fans enroute to Gainesville. grand champion calf Old Town4H'er
but after ad-
w, a prodding HIGH SPRINGSThree '
l place barrow In the swine di
I teed that he was about to goon Traveling groups may have their lunches ready and reservedfor billboard signs adverbs i n vision. The Gary".Jone.. 1), for his
|I champion pork r
reserve champion and Gil-
them I
by contacting member of the class
i t a raid. any High will be
Springs Installed
was bought by T. O. Smith Jr", christ County 4-H'er Johnny
Of course I chortled !"Good, .
along Interstate 75 within
representing Sunnyland Packln r Jones for
his" .top Guernsey
en do we start? and that about three weeks according -
Company, Gainesville, for 8211 yearling.In .
a problem, as he was DOt, Gilchrist 4-H President to High Springs Chamber of Elliot (Pug) Whitehurst 11, .
Holstein event, Dixie4H'er ,
4 t n a reporter going Commerce President Dave ......f. ::
Willlston 4-H Club proudly displayed Charles Sanders showedthe
n", but he loved publicity Newell.
". his grand champion In champion cow GUc h r i lit $210
a cat likes cream. He said Pig
\ results
#"i fa a moment of weakness, he Honored for Her Work have been experienced encouraging from the the steer show. The 510-pound -H'... Dale Rogers had the reserve lI.y..reflti'Tr.nton'
Whiteface was bought as 'a and llerhle ParrUh, an 4H'er.proudly .
t '(i ked 1 with the federal ud champion Billy Rogers
one sign already Installed, and
.' .' ate beverage agents and to TRENTON Betty BUtch, nee River Youth Fair and .t that the three additional calf and raised on the Wllllsto Trenton 4-H Club had a display. his 210 pound grand champion

f I { surprise found they had no president of the Gilchrlst County the County 4-H Rally Days. should further offset the loss ones of farm of his parents) Elliot Sr. blue. ribbon yearling. ))uroe barrow before Sunnyland Packing Company
4-H Club Council baa been and Mrs. Miriam Whitehurst. representative" 1 0. Smith, who bought the prize
+k. Ejection. Betty has received six county -traffic locally brought on by Bin, Bartlett and Jackie Bart-
selected by her fellow CounII The 610-pound reserve chanv left both porker for the company at II a pound. Sun photo
Thirty minutes later I was project medals for her superior 1.7$. of Crow City: 4-H rV
f wedged m the back seat of a members as "Gilchrist 4- project work. She received The signs are being built by pion Hereford steer was shown Club,.showed blue ribbon by !lob Meeker)

car, flanked by agents with the Her of the month of September. a scholarship to 4-H Club Sum- Southern Outdoor Advertising by 12-year-old Sammy Cobb, tern calve.

sheriff and a driver up front ." mer Camp in 19(2 and 1M4 and of Ocala. Bronson 4-H Club. The Poultry division was HoI.1

t Armed only with a pencil anda Betty, 17, is the daughter of was selected by the camp staff Newell said no replacementhas Ann Hale, 11, Williston 4-H ped by John Hart, 10, Bradford Hospital.

camera, I blinked at the virtual Mr. and Mrs. Henry ,BUtch u best girl cabin 'leader in been hired yet to succeed Club, won the blue ribbon In Country 4-H Club with t

arsenal of weapons carried' and a senior at Trenton!, High 1M2. Last fan she received the Lou Cloutier, former CofC executive her tint steer competition when rand[ champion Rhode Islam I

by the raiders.I School Danforth certifleat/ for out- secretary who resigned I her _pound Whiteface w a I Red pullet. Tommy A B d r e ws, AdmlMlM daughter Opheila Sylvia, Rod-
gulped anti asked "weakly. County Agent Jim YtWngta* st dina iaadartUaL e has recently. In the meantime New., Judged tops In the UDder_ 17 Chlefland 4-H Club, had Die; Sept.Lib. Leon Edward ney Carlton Paul
"Expecting treable:1* The reply said that Betty has an 1m".. been with the county 4-H delegation ell said Mrs. Darhn Gibson Is I pound class' t'J cock-a'-.he n-sin With Wa'grand I ...lst. ; Annie Mil Sept 23 -Jacqueline/ N. Sear-

was anything but unconvincing: live 4-H leadership record. to the State Fsir in Tampa erring aa temporary typlt ec- Branson 4-ITer Robert Parti, champion Auatratop rooster McRae, Margaret M. Newaom, cy Annie Mae Mcfla, Carl

"No! They don't shoot at us, She Joined the Trenton 4.H two yarn.Yelvington retary for the organization 11 took the blue ribbon with his Other blue ribbon winners In Carl Russell Mathews all of Russell Mathews, JoAnn Harleyand

and we don't shoot at them. 'Club in 1MO and has been .n said Betty has 520-pound Hereford In the 5Of). ,he poultry division were Chief- Starke; 'Ben Griffin, Brooker daughter Teresa Ann Margaret

It's a kind of gentleman's officer of this club for four of shown throughout her 4-H career Chicflaiid''Boys to 174-pound class.,. land FFA members Gary Locke Sept 22 Edith V Tldwe. M. Newsomff Nina Elizabeth -

agreement. her five years a* a 4-H mem- that she Is one who follows Other beef winners were Gen and Jlmmle Besuchamp; Bron lampion; Minnie Lee Phillip Sanders.

But all the while, a pistol ber. She was treasurer of her through with the activities she Due Grid TipsCHIEFLANDRegistration Fslrcloth 17, Willinton FFA, son 4-H'ers Markham Lawtey: Clara Louise ROfIhl, Sept. 24 James Harold I

kept digging into my side, and .H dub In 1981; secretary in decides she want to accomplish. .1' with his blue ribbon Herefordcow Wayne Meek. Duane Coodson Keystone Heights; Orin Reddish. Crawford Ethel V. Tldwe!!

a big rifle on the floorboard lOt t82; vice president I n 19(3; Is ; Richard Stone, II, Chle Ramona Swilley' and TUmaa Lake Butler; Charlotte Virgin Stop 29 Leon E. Saute,

,/ underfoot and I wondered why and la recreation leader for J now set up for boys" 8 to 13years and FFA. with his reserve wilier: Chlefland 4-H'ara Du- Geiger, Starke; Susie E. Dobbs, 'Carrie: Marshall Juanlta L.
9S5. of age, for the Punt, Pus, Mann, Eugene C. Long, William
the agreement couldn't be extended 2 Countries champion heifer; and Ban wayne Davis, Charles Mellon, Ralford.
so the shooting Irons She was Secretary of tile GO- Kick Game. Registration win H'er Linda Kordglen with her Kirk Griffin Mike Hart MItchell Sept, 23 Leslie B. Coward Harvey( Spivey, Kenny Franklin
Christ County 4-H Council to continue until Oct .. : Turner Florence Byrd (trin-"
could be left home. Pay UN Dues Hereford heifer calf. Matthew, Curtis Clyatt Jacksonville; William Franklin
The driver swung off the highway 963 and la President for 1981 The prizes are on display at In addition to the grand Donald Andrews, Fay Sachs fcrlong, Mary Carol Sapp both, erred), Clara Louise Roehl I

. onto a "woods" road, then She was second place winner UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. WhIte Ford Co., which I Is sponsoring champion, four more barrow PortIa Sack. Porter S a ell of Stark; Nettle Hazel AshleyKeystone (transferred)
In the County 4-H public speaking the under the dIrection 1 Sept. 28 Orin Reddish Jr.,
l north and finally stoppedat game sold to
went (AP) Two more countries In were area buyers Wesley ache, Donna Sache Heights; William liar
the bend of the St. Marys contest In 1983. of Coach Doyle McCall Old town 4-H'er Preston CbaVOtU Rilford F, Zenobl Erma! Jean Varncs.
the United Nation have paid and Ronnie Everett; Cross City VrJ 5plvey, ;
An impressive of 4-H up All contestants receive PP !.Vpl! 27 Dorothy loss Hawkins -
array a
River near the Georgia line. back due and escaped loss of If, showed the reservechampion H'ers Stan McKinney I Kennedy Lake Geneva.Sept. .
d projects completed by this energetic & K reflector for his bike and Glorlll and daughter Polly Ann.
,There the raiders got out and their vote In the General As- Duroc. The 195-poum verstreet, Tony 0 v r a 24 Florence Byrd
t with the driver, I went back to young lady 1 achi da: "! overseas cap with PPfcK patch barrow brought 28 cents I Wayne Pridgton and Frank SfopC. 28 F. Zenobla Ken-
y I Keystone Heights:
Foods and nutrition for three for his Jacket and a book oftipe only, Gloria Jean Williams and
town to await developments.The I Haiti turned pound. He was sold to G. C. Trenton 4-H'trs William
over H3S4S arrears Pridgeoa: Cloud Hukhlngs: Joe Frank II-
for three son Shawn TrIC'Nlttil Haul
safety how
It years; yearsothing ; on to punt pass and
hours dragged on, grew for two career for regular budget assessment kick. Curry, representing the Harrison A. Rogers Paula Townsend zen, Marian Lee Crosby, all of Ashley,
dark, and meanwhile I beard years; Friday Joining Argentina I Funeral Home Trenton for: Linda Owen
exploration for two years; and Kordglen, Starke; Kenny Franklin & pi. 29 Dnlma Albreta
the reports from the raiders which earlier contributed 8214172 ,- $540. Phflman and Ann Phlhnan: and Manville Turn.r'l
speaking Johnson Ladle Coward
public one year. NaturallyMORGAN Augus
over a "walkie-talkie. toward the budget and the Chavous thirdplace, 170 Sehna Robert of the Bell 4HClub. '
Betty Is currently 0 r king Sept Z5 Gloria IUJ S. llarrlMin, Evelyn Me-
Finally about nine came an Congo peacekeeping operation.Still CITY, La. (AP) pound Duroc brought 20 cents I
with clothing Junior leadership (lams Putnam Hall; Dorothy; Cloud Ella Tttum.
urgwt appeal, "Come quick and behind are Bolivia. Paraguay ,A hurricane refugee, Caroline from the Cattleman-Firmen Trenton 4-H'er William Rodgen .I _
and recreation projects.She Ines Hawkins, Like Duller; Ella Sept 30 Claudia Lynett
get us the hell out of here. Yemen and seven Communist ;William gave birth at a Red Auction Market Gaines
has exhibited home economics won the blue ribbon for his Tstum, Lawtry; Ann Tyson, Henry Levee Reddish
Minutes later we were roar- projects at the Suwan- nations Including the Cross shatter Friday night to a ville. Cattleman-Fanners also ,abblts. Stark I
man *
Ing down the highway Then Soviet Union'J'be11f1 on a list 'six I
pound-eight ounce girl bought a 173-pound Hampshire
I Livestock virtually ZI H
Judging saw Sept. It IMun Pecan
when the driver swung onto the of countries two behind Naming the infant
years was easy. raised by Jimmy Kn1 Na6 Ben I
all the 441 and FFA Newsome, Erma Jean
woods headlights road sad, be turned raced off full-tilt the Strickland and subject to losing their votes.He's It'( Hilda.< PTA, for 20 cents The Calnes- members of the Trt county John Mann, Mary Ann Grader For

through the night-birching Descendant area competing for prucs. all of Stark, I
Starke Mart
'swaying bouncing through the : Out of a possible itt point, Sept V Claudia Lynette

pitch-black woods. Branches Heel in Waldo I Tops in Electricity Ronnie Robert. WUUston, took Tyson, Stark; Sally Green STARKE A pecan grading i

clawed at the car. saplingsTtarred first place to tile FTA com,.. Sept. machine will be available her
': the way and got run WALDO-Foor generation of tins with 147. Ronato Steven, 28 Levy A. Cairns, .t the Slarke Slate Farmers

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W.ajaW anxiously, vowing that if S. E. Strickland recently got together I 11, !baa been named top man Jsmes win attend (the Nation Crawford aO of WIllIston, tied Jr, Augustus S. Harrison Sr.. market, according to Market

'. I tot out of this, I would stick at the borne ef Mr. aid. to the Stale 4H Awards Pro- The son of Mr, and Mrs. al 4-H Congress at Chicagolate .t 148 points for tread I Alberta Johnson, Joyce Brenda anas;.* Phil CronkhK.

'1 11 to PTA meetings in the future. Mrs. P. R. Hohoa bare for a . In November where be Van Hagen GUchrM. with a.Slade, Sybil Agnes Illnes, *n "With a grader w* will be
Ahead a tiny light flickered. joint birthday celebration. will be received by nationwide perfect score of 1M eemte, cop of Starke; Eugene Wilson" Wal able to offer a better grade ofnut.
and three Industrial leaders. do; Alone Padgett MOllify! Mid- for sate/ Cronkhit said
The driver reached it Fourteen ef the 44 relative ped lop honors to the 4-H Com-
figures Jumped Into the car. present were born to Septemr. The pe on. Levy' Donald Andrewsnd dleburg; Barry Lambert Wyman. "nd growers should be able
Santa Fe High School
The sheriffs order was terse, Tommy Haven were tied Keystone Heights; to get better prices.
muffled and profane, and the re- Among the birthday celebrant Junior has beta sn Alachua: at 143 points and a three-way I dine Elizabeth: TermRaiford.. I II* said no date has as yet
County 4Jf member for six I Sept 21 Jack Smith RlII been set for .the
turn trip was nearly as violent. was Mrs. Alice Drlggers tie Involved Nancy BUtch Gil opening auction
years. He belongs to the ford Henry Loses Reddish, .
the Jail there christ Portia Sale I
Back again at of Gainesville a greater cat- ; Levy :
Hague Club and ,
was little talk but on questionIt great aunt to .... the kto. la a member and Demy Hardin, 1>l11e. I LawUy Damage to the crop by Hurricane
lbeof ef Alacbua County dairy judfg Sept. 30 Jobs Barry Wlltenon. Dora, estimated be
learned that Instead of the
I / of occasionwas
tog The highlight Showmanship awards vent to
r raiders bunting the a fried chicken... flab 'i1J ( III team Donald Campbell: for the beef:Samuel. Claude Allen Row about M per ant, ha further
Eunice ill of
Huey ,
cut estimate of ul-
the reverse bad happened dinner. \ These receiving honors b I e vision tad to Leroy Sanders Lawtey; a light
and the sheriff and his party" Other relative present la- 1l(: mention In the state competitions In the Dairy Competition.Out Evelyn McCloud Hawthorne time of pecans In this _tJaft.

Nhad I been: stalked and nearly' D. F. Taaton, Windsor; are Linda CoJe, of the
of M entries In tINt corn I Oct. I- A r ell l* Harrison Breaker PTA
caught land from Casaesvflk. Mr. aced : Santa Fe Club and Reggie eempeUtioa. Richard Steae Kuhn Ethel Mae Brsnlley, both
i. So, no big raid to report w I Mrs. Cap Came Mr. aced Mr*. Brunt of the Orange Height 14. Chlefland PTA !had the of Start Makes\ Plant

story at all. no nothing except Orlando Cuss: Mr. sad Mrs.e.o.a Club to me field ef aduev cfcampioa entry.' Reserve Honor Bank

s for a glimpat tote the i Ruby Dopier. MrM aid Mrs. meat; Steve Plaice Gainer went to Ronnie Arrtngton.ef Sept U Mr. and Mr*. Jimmy For Carnival ;
battle that goes a between 8k* Stoney Evan. Mr. and Mrs. vile In Agrfcoluirt; Ronnie 12. the Town and Country
V. Thornton Stark
a son thi
aid the .- .. : BROOKER Plan for
1 shinen CariMcDaotot. Prtoa Bum- Prentice, Hague, conservation Wf Club.
Shane Jet*.
.....IPT" Halloween Carne;
aid Mrs W. A. Strick '
von I ef natural nature; Lowell Elizabeth Scott & Trenton It Mr. and Mr Clarence .
TV FEatureCedar' .. Sept cal were made during the first'
to aasl W. Stricklandand '
Mr. D.
land Mrs. a .. 1 ; Parriah, Hague, to garden; FHA look lop honor In the' Cry Saucer: Sfarke, a,meeting of the season of tn<.
Wetjerhgton. and Aim Strickland. Canape.. Rome Economic: drrisloa with Lawrence
Key son Gray; Mr. and Brooke PTA held her la (.
ha, la public speaking. her Jumper, Moose and scarf Mrs. Earths Jones, Mlddlcburg.a Tuesday.Art .
KEY-Cedar Ky
CEDAR Mock FDBe'a1 combination. Robert Reid II. daughter Opnesia Sylvia. '
Alternates OikkMll. president of
an Toundtog area win h* 1 are Harold tnyOo I II.
Iowa aced Country 4-H Sept 21 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew !the said the
organisation car-'
tomorrow Gainesville, at autono
_J aa tohviston OK (AI') Mod rill .Is* .... eaantog Hag Harley, Lawtey : r'
a sisal will be held at tile school/
Orlando live Edwin Gabs
jbt t whM Caannd 8. bssky auobara aid ae .. ; Andrews
staetited lilt! *... alae* with ..Cub'j daughter Term Asa grand on Out 11. and that M
BO Dtoast vffle, as eatomofaej teakf
I Barry' aatbags allele ;
stags swd grape Jefly and Sept 2S- Mr. and Mr*. Cecil will be preceded by a panda
TW weUMy pruvr a9sns at a 9s.tlt 'ilorl aarck' Friday Sow, Hagos. Ia trailer .....
Birds David r I Lee Hawktas. Lake Bullcr,. starting at 1.31 p m. B* said a
to aretoat OM scheduled Winning Petty. SIp to health
; I S 1111* ani Abilities award daughter
number of activities will beheld
Barry aad staff afcutogaptereyCreee raring el tile faahJissMi Sevey a a d Harper & .. IlkPI. -. west to Donald CampbcO Chief. Peps dance

carter tfkto year Plaza ....... : rby Shatfaw heewra at the Sawamaw River Yevlb Fair for kis work to field I land PTA, far his firttplac i Sept 21 Truby Green. Samuel totkiding a CGDoInL .

a day Gbnhg the towat t The heeeeby wi be ....... h the penury 4rfat are J 4m Hart. 10. ChlefUs. crop gen rack: Porter. Sortie wm setCM J. Grady Suite Prevail. Oukkull: said dare ww' a

t Cedar Key sad vicinity. Bar- a .ctonr *4Bn >Mse. (left), wh hie grad cfcasapiee Rhode Weed Reel Mrs. Amiie Lou Owen wee worn a torn wheel planter I Spt22 William OiyeFortythe. toad turnout si the first

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III LA .III......, offloe GIs Aaatraaif rarer (Sat aWe by to Alactaa taw Abrhuej Ossaaatary > tend aaaa gJvea away .* a Emma Has Carbon Lola Jean placed with/ doe ,.*,.... .

bit* aril Bur a w aL .. .. ltalr...... jkB Glob IB 0*. deer pew. .-.... to ... I,Clark llarida Mae Jean and the ,.,..... and .Uecbart.Oim5Uilfu .

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III. Sun Sunday, October 4, 1964

f Chatter I r Williston Notes Hawthorne\ Notes r Brooker Notes ,ft

I BY MRS. E. L. LOFTEN ter of Mrs. C. G. McDonell anda By LOTTA M. WADSWORTH con, she was the luncheon guest By JOYCE A. CASTLEN LJIUt Cone Sunday.

>: By BARBARA HOFFMAN' Telephone KWJ74 senior at the University Telepboee 411-23(6 of Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry P. Jerome Kelley and J. E. Mott Mrs. Lula Mae Baxter and
Mrs. Mrs. T. W. Markey visited!
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Chess: Rummage Results Mr. and Mrs. William Chad- Thomas former'realdents of left last week for their stay Mrs. Ella Lewis and Mr. and

I..TbeStffilent Council has treasurer; and Mr. Pad en gave a combined going away; According to Mrs. Dan White- wick, Mr. and Mrs. Chink Wallace Hawthorne. He was principal with the US Navy. They are Mrs. Ervin Dyal in Graham
K roiling for I(sponsor. and birthday dinner in honor of hurst chairman of the recent from Atlanta, Ca. and Mr. of the school here at one tune this time in Great Lakes, Mich Monday.
54.:/a committees have been Interact: Mike Meeker, president their daughter Mrs. Lamar rummage sale put on by the and Mrs. Chester Mitchum from Mrs. Glenn D. Moore of Jacksonville igan.
cbo: Jl.'Students were asked to ; Bill liters, vice president; Sullivan, on her 22nd birthday, Junior Woman's Club, proceeds Miami were guests last weekof Rev. H. H. Molt and family Bobby Parrish of Ft Jackson -
P submit them and the winner James Stacey, secretary; Walter and their son, Dean, who 1 left from the sale amounted to more Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Cay. : was a recent guest of attended the ordination servicefor S. C., Is spending a few
win be Sunday for Great Lakes m., than $100.Mrs. with his wife and
announced October 5. Stalnaker, treasurer; and Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Grant Mrs. Francis Moore. When she their son,. Kenneth, at the days baby.
Student for two weeks training in the Inez Williams Is home Willa Mae Tetstone is spending -
body officers this year Mr. Jukes, sponsor. are leaving Sunday for Germ returned home, Mrs. Fannie KIngsley Lake Baptist Church.
we: president Hines Students have noticed Naval Reserve. from the hospital and able to I a few days with her brother. -
; may nla, Pa., where they will visit Hulme of Lakeland, who has Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews of
Vice president, Covey Johnston; the thought for the day In the be out again after an accident Otis, in Jacksonville.
i Present, besides the host and for several weeks with their been visiting here with her! Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. El-
to her hand at the ke plant
secretary Candy Chotas; treasurer daily bulletin. was started the hostess, were Mr. and Mrs. La- daughter, Mrs. Helen Hurd and don Hardy of Starke and Lee Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwardsand
some time ago. nephew, Francis Moore, and
Johnny Wershow. second semester of last by
year Sullivan and Miss Jan Murrhee of
mar children.Dr. Tampa visited Mrs.
Mrs. Hartman of Jacksonville
Our Mrs. Lenora Sapp and Mrs. family, went with her for a -
service clubs are all hard the Keyettes, and will continue Golden and Dean Chesser.
k at work. The Keyettes and I this year The Chaplain Is re A. L. Griff spent the past and Mrs. James Donnelly I visit Mattle Barry last week. I visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest

Anchors have been working 'sponsible for the dally selec Bishop Hamilton West of weekend in Valdosta, Georgia. of Raleigh, N.C.. are visitingher Mrs. Hester Bonlnski of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorrels Edwards and Mrs. Lottie
Jacksonville, recently made his Mrs. Sapp visited Mrs. Edna Mr. and Mrs. C. Edwards Sunday.
Jointly on their first project of parents, the luncheon of Jacksonville are the proud
the year. They are doing volu- tion.A radio program for our official visit to Saint Barnab Peck, formerly of Williston and F. Morrison. r Wednesday was of Mrs. Fred guest Cole parents of another baby girl Mary Simmons" and J. R.

teer work for the Public Li school will be held Saturday Episcopal Church. Mrs.Mrs. B.Crlffis D. Grlffls.visited/ Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clark Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Carlton born In the Baptist Memorial Mott visited their father, N. C.

brary. This past week, members mornings by the cheerleaders. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Waff of Recent visitors at the A. L. have returned home from a Jr. of Mlcanopy visited Mr. and Hospital In Jacksonville The Mott, In Macclenney Sunday.Mr. .
of the clubs-were stationed It will be from 10 to 11 a.m. Titusvllle spent last weekend Griffis home Mrs. Bill visit In Michigan and West Virginia Mrs. D. A. Lento on Tuesday young lady has been named and Mrs. Mack Jones of
at the square and In front of on Station WUWU. Dedicationscan with her sister, Mrs.< G. G. Morris and Miss were Donna West of with relatives. Mrs. Lento Is recovering from Sharon Kay. Mrs. Sorrels is the Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
several food markets. They be taken, but not song Jackson. 5artow and Mrs. Sandy Johnson a very bad /an. former Jackie Dyai. Russ Sunday.Mr. .
wore signs announcing a used requests. Mrs. Lotta Wadsworth and
Ross A. Dice left Sunday for of Gainesville. Other ,Isl- -.m-Llwrenc.: Wiggins is s and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby
book sale The seventh grade elected. Mrs. Connie Early have returned Woman's Club T. Meet
Silver Md., due to the patient In the Alachua General Janet of
Springs, tora were Mrs. Jo Syndef and and son; Hardy
Key and Interact Clubs have class officers last week. They from Punta Cords, where The first fall of thlawthorne
illness of his father, Mr. Ed- William Rlckett of Orlando. Mr. meeting Hospital She Is to undergo surgery Starke, Mr. and Mrs., Sam
devoted their time to washing are: president, Ann Cowperth- visited the weekend
over Woman's Club
win Dice, 89, who died Moods and Mrs. Tommy Grlffls visited they will on both eyes. We wish her Crutchfield and family and Mr.
lunchroom windows. The Key waits; veep, Carolyn Dennison; with Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor be on Tuesday, Oct 13, at 11 .
iaSibley Memorial Hospita I, P. J. Griffin of Fairfield. a speedy recovery.We and Mrs Wilbur Barry and
Club had two work days which secretary, Peggy Hammond route home from Cocoa
: ; en a.m. Mrs. Pearce from the Florida
Washington, D.C. Miss Nancy Knight who Is attending are happy to have homeon daughter of Gainesville spent
they used painting old desks treasurer, Kathleen Ramsey ; Beach where they attended the Power and Light Co. will
Mr. Dice lived In Ocala unW business college in Val 30-clay leave, John Dale Register Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
bright colors. All clubs pitchedIn and hall year Student Council an board meeting of the Florida have a "Cooking School" and
one Saturday to clean the representative, Joe Smith. two years ago, when after'data Ga., spent the weekend Federation of Women'sClubs. serve the luncheon. After lunch US Navy. John has beenIn Barry.
school grounds UNDERTOW. . a special the death of his wife, be went with her parents Mr. and Mrs.B. there will be a short business Sasebo, Japan. When b J shave Winston Kelley of Cocoa
Officers of these clubs are as "hi" to Jean and Tom to live with his daughter, Mrs. E. Knight Roger Riles of Black Moun- meeting.On Is up, he will report for spent the weekend with his
follows Anchor: Carolyn Beck- Webb who are enjoying ,England Armin G. Clement, in Maryland T. K. Gardner has accepted duty on the USS Neches at San mother, Mrs. Doris Kelley.,
of his
the chairmanship of the 1964 tain, N. C., Is s guest
with, president; Anne Sandefur, this year. Understand that Halloween PTA Carnival which sister, Mrs. G. E. Gay. Monday, Oct 12, a delegation Francisco.Mrs. Mrs. Shirley Overturf and
Linda Tom Is Beetle hair Eddie Dice, eldest son of Mr. Roy Green and children daughters spent the afternoon
vice president; Lee secretary sporting a will be held at the Williston Mrs. Clifford Johnson has returned from the club Is supposed -
; Carol Deck, treasurer; cut and high boots, and Jean and Mrs. Ross Dice, Is now hv- : School Oct. from a visit with relatives to go to Silver Springs for a visited Mr. and Mrs. John at Jacksonville Beach Sunday.
High on Saturday,
log at home, and working at : freeman and family In Melrose Mrs. C. L. Atkinson visited
Sussnne Johnson, historian : says It's already sweater weather 31. in Georgia. While In Ma :meeting, when all of the state
Sharon Preston chaplain; and In Cambridge. Happy birth- the Gainesville Medical Center : officers will be present. Anyone Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis In
Mrs.' Calhoun sponsor. day to Kitty Hinton who entered In the department of radiology; who can go, leaving here at and Mrs. M. F. Hazen Starke .Mondl)'.
Keyettes: Debbie Bowers, her teens on September 24, and Sunday School WorkshopRev. 1:30: a.m., please let the club and Mrs." Ida Plummer of Mrs. Mildred Martin of MI-
president; Shirley Beszlle vice to Steve Tuttle whose birthdaywas Alachua Notes I;president know. Starke visited Mr. and Mrs.A. ami is spending a few weeks
president; Linday Haste won, September 30. SEEN. N. B. Langford, paste L. Green and family Mr. with her mother, Mrs. H. E.
secretary; Linda L a stinger, Alice Orton with new glasses; of North Central Baptist ChurchIn W.S.C.s. News and Mrs. Clyde Cone and Mrs. Stokes.Micanopy .
treasurer; Elizabeth Sol ley Steve Twedell with a sprained Gainesville, was guest speaker By NANCY SEVILLE retary Nancy Bevllle; treasurer Circle I, the Hazel Surrency
chaplain; Linda Moody, historian -finger' ; cheerleaders Pan Feaster at the Workers and Teacher Home for the weekend wither Jesselyn Bryan; social Circle: met at the home of Mrs.
; and Miss Dalahel mar and Marsha Hosklnt cheering Sunday School at the First Bap- mother and grandparents, chairman, Martha Cato; program Ella Gay on Monday night A
sponsor at pep assembly Friday.... lilt Church. was Ruth Dyer, who Is a freshman chairman, Harriet Her good crowd was present and Notes
Key Club: Danny Dennison, who can top Jack Elliot reading Rev. Langford stressed the at Florida State Unlverity. ring historian, Anne Towers, much business taken care of.On .
president; Bobby Hines, vice aloud In Humanities Hope] Importance of a Sunday School and ; at Anne Wednesday afternoon the -
president; Jimmy Thomps o n to see you at the Jaz Bolles in the church and the fact Barney Cato, son of Mr. and sergeant arms, Emma Berkstresser Circle met By MRS. PHOEBE HOWELL daughter, Sandra, and family.
.taryBobby; McGraw game on the fth. that each organization of the frs. Bob Cato, of Alachua, Crevessa and Joyce Busby. at the Ella Gay Recreation Hall I Mr. Henry J. Lance of SLPetenburrls Joe Montgomery Is on a tripto

church has a -priority- In certain left Wednesday for Tifton, Ga., Members also discussed plans with Mrs. F. D. AUaben Mrs. visiting his daughter Waterloo, Iowa which he
I areas. where he Is attending Abraham for their talent show which is Mary Glass and Mrs. W. P. Mrs. Carl Hunt, and faroy won by being on the state
After making an inventory of Bachman Agriculture School. to be presented Nov. 21. Baker as hostesses. Eighteen .- champion dairy' Judging team.
School here Rev. The team will stop in several
| the Sunday Recently visiting Mr. and
members and Mrs.
one guest,
.CaneComments Langford stated that the adult, Little Wemea Meet Attend Dedication Fannie Hulme Mrs. Jake Owens were their states to Judge dairy cows on
young people and nursery areas The Little Women of Alachua Attending the dedication of Young Women's, were Circle presentThe met son and his family, A/2C andMrl. their way to Waterloo.The .
In our church were the ones held their second meeting of the Jim and Rena Swick Care- at the home of Mrs. Al Killian. Elliott Owens and baby Mlcanopy Junior High I
where emphasis was needed. Hi the year Monday at the Wo- orlum at the Boys Ranch in daughter Michelle Lynn. School has set Oct 30 'ss the
urged that the Sunday School maD's Club. During the meeting Live Oak were the Grady Allay The American Legion Auxll- lllott la In the Air Force and date for their Halloween CarnI-
workers make this next year a they finished electing offI- Family the Jay Herring lary had a very successful spawttl stationed In Biloxi, Miss. val. This year we hope to haveIt
year of "do" and not "talk." cers for the coming year. They family and the Jimmy Swick supper on Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Howell bigger and better th...- ever
By CRIB POOLE Departmental m e e tings followed are: President, Sandra Alday; family. Also attending were Money cleared is to be appliedon recently spent a few days In'ampa before. Keep watching thii paper
the meeting in the vice president Sue Shaw leer many friends of the family. the building fund. visiting their oldest for more news about It.
1 church. W. P. Henderson Is the I

Preparation began In earnest Tuesd y'lh-=- Six-Weeks I new Sunday School Superinten\ )'

this past week for the presents Tests, periods 1 fc 4, all clubs dent.Persona from Williston attendIng -I lit .1'.1'a
lion of the chorus musical l meet. the University Florida ONE WEEK ONLY i
"Camelot. Heading the cast Wednesday, 7th -Six( Weeks contest for homecoming queen
an RiU} Danburg as.King Arthur Tests, periods 35. held at Silver Springs were
Suzanne Martin as Guen- Thursday, Ith Six Week Mrs. C. G. McDonell, Mrs rQnneI OCT. 5 TO 10
ss Sir Tests, 3 & 6 F. H. A. '
evere and Steve Myklng periods Bill Arnold, Mrs. Elliott White-
Lancelot Night performances Meeting, Mu Alpha Theta. hurst, Mrs. Dan Whitehurst, I
are slated for November 13 and Friday, 8th -GHS vs. Leon Mrs. T. A. Thompson, Mrs. Marie ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY .

14 at S p.m. with student body (here), Gamma dance, newspaper Stanley, Mrs. C. H. Phinney, .I
performances scheduled. Many oul.S.lurday. Mrs. N. 0. Jones and Mr I .
people are putting much time 10th -Student Pete Grey.
and effort Into the show, which Council District III. Keyette Congratulations, Carolyn for
promises to be one of the most Provisional Workday, Alpha I being selected one of the three
lavish productions GHS has ever I 'arty.' finalists. Carolyn Is the daugh-

seen.This past week was dubbed I

council"Slogan Homecoming Week." The Committee student I Bishop Bulletincampaign i I

sponsored a slogan contest and
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urged students to submit slogans Despite the confusion and excitement speeches. Those elected 1I
for 1964 GHS Homecoming. of the first weeks ol I as officers for U644S are; I
This year's Homecoming opponents school, Bishop got off to a good I President Mary Tunstall; Vice-
are the Purple Pound start. Along with the many new ; :
ers of Central High School,!students are five new teachers: I Secretary I II

Chattanooga, Tennessee.The Mr. Bell, math; Mrs. Cook, Eng Treasurer, Lewis Deen.
winner of the contest will lIsh and geography; Mrs. The Howard Bishop Blue Dev
be awarded two free tickets to Lynch, science and P. E.; Mrs. ,Us have played two footb a II
both the game and the post- Nibloc, geography; Mrs. Par games. We suffered a 21-0 defeat
game dance plus the honor of sons, biology ; at the hands of the West-
having his slogan used as the Wt at Bishop are extremely !wood Whirlwinds, but fought to
central theme for all Homecoming proud of our new library. It Is a 04 deadlock with the Buch-
activities. The deadlinefor the newest In Alachua County noli Buccaneers. Larry Sanders -
the contest was last Friday !and, we believe the most beau- and Dale Davis are cap
and the winner Is expected to ,ilful. Mrs. Deinxer Is the new tain and co-captain, respectively. -
be announced shortly. librarian. We hope all students We have faith In them and t441 + "k
Service club provisional are !will give their cooperation In wish the team the best of luck I j
still working feverishly for ,keeping our library as neat, m the upcomln".mu.
points. The provisional period clean, and as beautiful as pos- Cheering the team on to victory
ends October tt. sible. are the 1964-461 Blue Dey-I
Mrs. Mary Elliot dramatics Bishop was well representedat il Cheerleaders: Juana ,
Instructor, has announced plansfor the County FHA Meeting at Judy MacRostle. Shirley Hlnes,I
the annual senior class play. Santa Fe. Those attending were Susan Hazen, Mary Tunstall I
The play will be "Best Foot Joan Crenshaw Debbie Grinner Jamie Denmark Linda A Hums -
Forward" by John Cecil Holm Pam Grove, Claudia Sou- Kathy Harben and Tudy
The play Is a light comedy In den, and Mary Tunstall. County Hanke. Mrs. Lynch Is their,
three acts and concerns life In FHA officers were elected at sponsor. I
a boys' prep school. The play this meeting. News Bulletin: 23S new seventh -i
originally made its Broadway Elections were held Tuesday grade faces seen en cam .I
debut In 1M1 and has been for Student Council officers. pus. .Ninth graders struggling
musical Friday. the candidates with achievement tests. .Clubs
made into a comedy.
Exact date for the play has nol kicked off their campaigns with beginning to get organized. !

yet been leLScribblers, the GHS literary all Penney's 798

Applicants club Is accepting must new have members a "B" Santa Fe Notes I II

average or better In English I __ ,,_
and must submit a piece of By JOYCE HALBROOKMrs. Ocala celebrate their 37th wedding I

writing to be Judged. Compositions H. B. Stldham Sr. was anniversary Sunday. Also
may be turned In to the visited by her sister Mrs. Belle present were Mrs. Halbraok's bedspreads reduced to f'snus

box In AS or to Judy Block, Daily of Mlcanopy this past aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. ,'

homeroom A-4. weekend. W. T., Hill and family, also of ,
Finally, this column will begin Among those attending Home.
a new feature, a weekly coming at North Pleasant Grove
calendar of activities for use by Baptist Church were Mr. and Mrs. Fo). Breeden wss visited I
both students and parents. This I Mrs. Alton Ellis of Live Oak by her son and daughter- NOW IVIN MOil SOl 50 I
week's calendar Is as follows: and Mrs. Billy Breeden of Keystone in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Billy I
Monday I Back To School Heights. Breeden and family of Keystone Count on Penney's to bring you the) biggest bedspread savings

Night, 1-00: periods 13. Miss Diane Gallop and her Heights ever not special buys, discontinued styles, just few-cf-o-
fiance'! Robert MUM attended Mr. and Mrs. Francis AkIns kinds, but every 7.98 bedspread now' in our regular stock
the Munn family reunion in and daughter. wit of BeD
1, Mcintosh Lions Club win have Jacksonville. While there they visited her parents W. F. Sweat' REDUCED! Spreads with meticulous Penney finishing \

j IU rmeting sdarr semi-monthly dinner also visited Mr. and Mrs. A. R and) Mrs Collie Weeks far the cord edges, thick fringing, rounded comers, fully machine

I Monday at 7:. p.n. Dowllng and family. ....... .Mrs. Aklns brother, washable', many other wanted details usually costing much,

The beard of directors win meet Everyone la tending cheer and Freeman returned home with much more. Hurry, don't miss out on this one-week-only buy! Qwite e+c Evil. .
Immediately following the regular good wishes for a speedy recovery her where he wU attend school. -luktvonn _'
.business meeting. to Mr. H. B. SUdtum Mr. and Mrs. Charles Willis - Mdnlson Marlon County who Is confined to his home took her aunt Mrs. V.F. Me- USE YOUR PENNEY CHARGE CARD-OR
drctttt Court clerk win be with a heart condition. I Ever to Orlando Sunday where A PENNEY
guest speak* for the next Lion Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hal- I she will visit !her dater Mrs.
IIItICInI. Od.' 1LIJoi. W. B. Deles rook helped her grandparents C. W. Da,.. and Mr. Davis CHARGE ACCOUNT-SHOP PENNEYS MON. AND FRI. TILL 9 P.M..UI"IL .
'" to Uebtosk president. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gum oft for about a week. j _

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,/!) ,JhamberMusic; -., Piano' 'Recital r, Trio Due $ $ $ S-Si$, $ $ $$:%CalnwHto%'%SC$

By REID POOLE across the street from the Hub. loved music teacher of the P. K. far as we know, being a first

i Cbairmaa UF u Tickets will also be availableat Yonge School Cleva J. Carson, performance In Gainesville.

Department .f Music TiNINGIP the door Tuesday evening and will recognize the establishing
I Willard BrIsk and vi- American Premiere Prizeword Puzzle CornerLast
Lyceum Council season ticketsare of the Cleva J. Carson :

Edward Troupin present POST not available this year. Memorial Music Scholarship Ralph Vaughn Williams can

t second of three programs, .1..1.M Chad Mitchell Tickets Fund at the University of Florida lets "Pilgrim's Journey," will Weetfs

which they are playing the Tickets for the Chad WitcheD All interested persona will receive Its American Premiere
I 'en Beethoven piano and violin Trio will be available Thursday be invited to make contributions at the University of Florida on Prizetrord'Explanntioll'' eAllI.MUa SUN rei ewos cewrtsT autest

101"II the Medical Center and Friday October g and to the scholarship fund either Sunday December I at 4:00p.nx TM ..rlM Mr KM Mmct.. MlullMI ..'*..' MIIBWOHO, sums. !It ...o.N .;
M cwrKt MMIW M mc w4 r MM SwMyt _", m* Mkly arm' *''ilrtnum
,Auditorium this afternoon at 9. University of Florida students as a tribute to Miss Carson or Dr. Elwood' Kelster will commit, N until .
< w tPhantasy : : ....... ..... MMrMr *. Ttw ...
4-W others H M KM vnnlnt r* DM a
p.m.Tuesday tickets are tl.50, all simply for the purpose of supporting I conduct the Choral Union University CLUES ACROSS I tor DM pracMMf :N .... M ..Ir. tonut M .!. rill k* Od'e, If .*_ Ito.
evening at t:1S: In' 200. Tickets will be availableat I the development of the Choir, Men & Women's 1. CHIMPS not champs Since ,.n.*";orract.- Miiit N cause tram lurin Mtimt> III kmw wOW

a' University Auditorium the the Record Bar and at t.e music and cultural program at Glee Clubs and the University there Is no obvious reason In I 1 T.a tun win MV M IMM M Mft will'*r 50 __ ....... OR/r.,

yceum Council opens Its 1964- Information< Booth across the the University of Florida. Symphony Orchestra. the clue why champs should be I I= : Kin. IMMV H mr wm MM M WvMM M Mrract wvNy pews WMif W.:..-ii wamNtmo>1 pom MM*can r.

1JF season with the young Po- h J street from the Hub u well as Ursula Vaugn Williams, widow any more "popular with chil NsOes

; : hr pianist Hanna Stedzieniew at the door the night of theperformance. Florida String Quartet ; of the composer states dren" than with adult fan, 4 Sor* so coo M--r.: irm if< wnta. POinuM nm 'MI
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,1/1'1'. The Florida String Quartet, that "Pilgrim's Journey" Is amorality CHIMPS Is considered to be .. w ."Tf/1"... 0* 040.* voww. _* .w ...roe., MtcIOtRIMI* j* tit Cite....III...*... _"tn.'"

:) The Chad Mitchell Trio,'one Looking Had Edward Troupin and Ina Clare piece founded] on Bun- the stronger answer. "M caenpM. M.Yw.w* MOM w/ nth HIM M U'hiMl 50/5/5 niM To .lawn unl>linH N -MIOn J 0 MtNL Mr* mint TI.

:r4pf{ )he folk music groups, cur- Wt urge all those Interested Forbes, violins; Robert Schie- yan's allegory of the samt 7. PLAYED not placed.. "One" N M 15 M* _*
\VMtly riding a high crest of in music and the performing ber, violist; and Marie Henderson name. It was originally writtenfor reseats the act of another persea .
L Any.n0t welav5 .. .. ....
'tX" popularity' will appear In the arts at the University of Florida 'cello, will present a chamber the stage with church or such aa to the case when IIooftll.. .ay M'M MI1w 5051.An. -1'" ISMMley cellwlsr Mh

L Florida_ Gymnasium Friday evening and In our town to make music concert In the University .concert performances prohibited PLAYED or Imitated In a skit I .. .'J.!! *? IIH J"I lilt ..."".. M*. It w lit tock rt e *nr .
T October 9 115. note of the Auditorium life but not "In that MKM M .w. UtorM MMMfK. FrlMM *M, MMM* .
at : It's ap1 a special Universityof Tuesday October -during the of the composer.The a position .. ,. fc*
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Miry 051.5.5 am Clre
I 1 Jipearance Is a special attraction to C minor K.V. 475, Florida Sumphony Orchestra 13 at (::15. They will offer text Is adapted from the suited him." It Is often due to"one's" XT SxrETLSSS1; i", li.Uc. :: All whs.w.-: N w.,"i1* *" to*

' ji sponsored by the Lyceum Coun- by Mozart; the Sonata In E flat Concert to be presented Tuesday quartets by Haydn and Brahms Bible and from John Bunyan own error, or to other day utrl.*T.:i:,:,l J: :H::?.net '"./attjKr"* Sun silo Iw it. -*( .$.. 55o III III warn.mills, ..
: fell and the Student Government major, Op. 31 No.' 3, by Beethoven -October 20. This concert will and the little performed quartetby TIle first performance was given circumstances, that one finds .

r(f Beethoven Sonatas ; and the challenging Sonata .honor the late and much be- Anton Webern, this last, as in England on April .. 1961 oneself placed In an undesirable 'octl T. fIIote-eM..,r 110.0 lie ..rr5pwdwIw'1, or ......... MIN 5we III 11051.
"n no WM ..
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.. in B flat position M McD wn e.n011
\ This afternoon Messrs. Trou- minor, Op. 35, .
... n and Brisk will by Frederick Chopin. This is t. DAYS not ..Y'. Any worker ac.Ahw y M .NMwle' seam..':: r O..SS : MON.
offer the : r.z. :
I .. kr Iwo m as .. .
''I' |Beethoven Sonata In A, Op. 12; the Sonata which contains, as CHORDS. may do better on "some dwls. _lor "' "Mv.... < ,
its slow the world's DAYS than" on "others. The wnl.1, n ., wrd 0010 l
movement "nullww
INo. 2; the Sonata In G major, 'rle war t0 his PR1Z. pa0
f Op. 91; and the turbulent Sons--best known funeral march: She clue aays "whatever a man'sJob MMd.r.. N........wlwnwy..Id 5uI1. 1100 Plllxawono : 'nu i1 lad

I t ta In C minor, Op. 30, No. 2.j will conclude her program with I may betolD certain "jobs., I"
j there Is no question of trying 7TIww..iu.. M eN sea r .n.d ser .....-..
Admission Is free for this the Chopin Scherzo In : B fiat And Discords :- p a ": -.. -
j [ unique various ways wa5t5. was her :.... a.r Lr rear ...... ......
| chamber music concert and minor, Op. 31.
It HOLE not bole or pole The
1 t everyone Is cordially Invited to Tickets will be on sale for BY VERB RICHARDS clue suggests that "the drivermay"
attend. the Siedzienlewska concert Monday I
'" Sled eaInnb and October 5and be able on the other Prude No. 38 ,t,
Program Tuesday, hand, to drive straight on. In
Hallna Siedzieniewska's program I 6. For townspeople tickets By VERB: RICHARDSThe ing artists and rose to each new role, and handles the different this respect. HOLE to clearly a

I will Include the great may be purchased at the Rec- University of Florid challenge with fresh skill. They emotions skillfully. more reasonable answer than I

......... ord Bar 923 West University l. of Music each made a splendid Clip and Pasta I'J
... ..' at Department present performance Steve My tin, a* Lancelot to either a bole (tree trunk) or a on a 4. Poster
... sy..Yrsls'I; Avenue. University of two faculty members, Wilton and gave the large audience singing with full Intense tone pole. Mole Is weak.

Florida faculty and staff may Brask, pianist and Edward very obvious satisfaction and should do well The part to 11 PEER not Jeer. The "paint.
*. ., obtain tickets at f 100 each In Troupin, violinist, In tile first of The program brought light to aside difficult In that such a great In," would need to be a blatant A E

'.. ,.pr.1r.# room 108 of the Music Building three programs 'of the Sonatas of Beethoven everyone change come In his behaviour fake, rather than merely ST SE

I .............. University of Florida students of Beethoven. The entire list of does not know and which Is altogether after he meets Guenevere. Rlkl "of doubtful authenticity," before r

214 NW lath .a '.'47a may obtain tickets on their I. D. his Sonatas ALSO IN KALA cards at the Information Booth This first program gave four. Sundays, at 4:00: will give. you Is doing well with his big voice of his Jeering at It PEER

[ J Beethoven tells a marvelous a real feast. which fits the part Theresa, Is the most apt. Leer Is no good, T R VT

/ t: HELD OVER short story. These sonatas are Last Monday, the 21th I listened Rice Is their skillful and sensitive especially aa regards, "an ex MIIAlPI

'r full of fast changing pictures to three of the stars of accompanist. Later, the pert" Veer Is remote

/ WINNER OF' 3 ACADEMY' AWARDS) and swift moving melodies and "Camelot" CHS. go over same morning, I heard the big 24. PINS not pies "OrdinaryPINS ftftaain
his genius Is beyond questionIn their singing roles with the chorus sing some numb r s as opposed to, aay,
r KTW-80UltTlt( SUYEX W.CINERAIIA msast his endless Images. coach Mrs. Murphree has provided with fine volumn and balance gold or Jeweled ones, yes; but N

Another point of excellence Mrs. Lupklewlci, who Is :ind better-than-common diction pies to general, "art cheap T
: lies In the fact he was a soloiston enough" How do you categorise
j' : : certainly doing a fine Job. Su- The Guenevere understudy ,
the piano. So the piano partof what Is a truly expensivepie U
: sane Martin, as Guenevere Is Wanda Hertel sang Guenever'srt
this true duo Is never just singing with fire and color and with the chorus, with fine in any use! Pigs la remote a ra m.a
11. ijlt.s a second part. It always has 27. TRAITOR not tractor. "Let
,; : already seems familiar with her lone and assurance.
( 1' .. sparkling Ideas that makes the --_ .. down" suggests blameworthIness I NI Is 5S

I .\i performer one of two solos favoring TRAITOR. A

" ':, Sonata In D, Op. 12, No.1. tractor will always work, If H 0 0If
N y S-- WIN $100 properly looked after.
ADMISSION 1.00NOPASSES starts with a positive violin Nth ISkIMLlla141I0lwkI$
.i / 21. WIDELY not wisely Aa an
theme which is Immediate
it;; Feature Starts 8:30 the and I answer, WIDELY Is beyond dispute you are not no* a tionw.ifcllvtme' shunIerlb.r
taken over by piano
but the wisdom of plan I[ sod would Ilkt to fevt The Sun
i : r richly embossed with new pitures ; i .rttd. plHw clack boa, F.tra tome for
SUBURBIA with the violin playing ners and administrators regardless rtomt-dllvtrH subscribers, So Rule Ne. 2
of whether It Is
a "pro-
; a lovely flowing melody, link- Net..
resslve town" or not, Is always
d tog the new piano ideas togeth I to differences of

er. The piano plays a new open II.... M.......
. ) ) | _COMMITS THE PERFECT COYEOY! short melody, with a strong accent I opinion.CLUES DOWNS Mall HI h.i.mwte ....
on the third beat, Immdtately u9rwn
violin with 1 HEATER: not healer. Persons tail n. ........... FL.
' lJ by I cured by "a really thealer" and
and It ,
the same strong accent
are apt to be denoted,
sounds so well they gleeful grateful and nigh" to their CMv .,... these i

repeat it The piano starts off I praise of him: they are not
\ with another Idea with the vio- "merely satisfied" and prepare M.aeed Fete

lin keeping up along side witha ed to "recommend. The clueIs

I little hop skipping dance, and I better matched to HEATER.:

II so on and on, with the moat J. MISERS not misery. An author CLUES ACROSSi
delightful variety which never does not actually "portray
I -= 4. After a burglary, the police might want to know
l. runs out of pictures. misery as an abstract quail- Just who
Sonata In A minor Op. 23.1 1 j, but describes the people and held the keys to It.

was entirely unlike the firs. I & .. conditions, which reflect mil I. We aH make them.

f : but as full of beauty The fast I ry. MISERS Is a good answer I. It may be too large to ignore

"Presto"' ended In''a variety : I. RETORT not report. RETORT I. -. when exercising the right .mount of care, win never

aI ",..air rose M IN en.err ass aiw......... whisper of tone. In the "An I better fill the clue word endanger other people.II. .
'I'\ 0511.tirC r-carpaurcbMwrM.alreU/wrwa. t dante,' the piano spoke and GRIDIRON ".,1550" as generally as It Is I student ire likely to be below the general standardof
aarssersr.M.e.. violin answered. In several] short I made with the Idea Of "going a class

.. UWAllDi crescendo passages of great GREENBACKS straight to the point. On the ,13.
beauty. The final "Allegro motives other hand, there are many different part.
PETER LIKE 10" quite furious and hadloins I meanings of report (. g? 1 14. May well be Irrational.

$EU ..RS SOMMER i heavy thunder, al" rumor; reputation; statement or 1 15. One .should. be sensible and not enthusiastically more
TL CONTEST account made by
delightful ; net* an ex 11I.1111I needs.

Sonata In G, Op. 30, No I RULESr plosion, etc.). II. It refers to a person's complexion

starts with an Allegro that says I. .... M 'a' M M |.. lMf a -- 1 LAD MX lag A LAD" "may II. For fear that.
... w ? .1 M Haws In trouble yes A
convincingly "away, away! 50 NI Ness pM tees = :
I n..r/w/w. tog. I .to ".ks: 20 Small buildings or shelters.
and keeps It up with both instruments CHil M M Mt (MM) vow : :Orison
wealth Mt ..- fM ... A .;. 21. You wouldn't fancy a with anybody you didn't trust

TODAY AT .iioo.. of variety revealing In dynamics a The I LAII-_M ... _-_dS-s .itrniiM ce..weer w mm pw..e r .w-11 II. WEEDY not seedy. WEEDY M One can' easily woctole good with fine eransmaashlp. / ,

FlORlDA 3:17. 5:21, 7:29, 9>15 "Tempo dl Mtouetto, .e .M.. awry, M ...... a A ,11.11 nw.w w.s..I.e.wL.N ... M __ lit (lean; ungainly) Is certainly In particular
Grazioao" presented some of the ..e M N.w M* h.eee.M p..I05 eN ':'"p -:.. nwW apt Seedy Is weak to that "a 25. A man may naturally be puzzled. If It mysteriously disappears

loveliest melodies of the evening M Ilan M lIP M ..see.. seedy person, "given a "Job, I from Mi person ..,rnlallt:
SOONI "NIGHT OF THE IGUANA"NOWIIIIGHml Indeed I Stew M* ....? w ... -. Taws wM .. win not necessarily still) be so
with Beethoven say- .I.wr .... r ewIris.
e Al. .s.e5 u when he to work. He
tog "Craxloso" The "Vivace- r r e .. ... .. .... ... goes may OUEIDOWNi
recurrent Ne aa .we e1 w 11 pvNN ... elllny Md appropriately. Needy
wu notable for I a..1 n la redundant for the clue
soc'S .. ...... r I. Puzzling questions.
of 1M ., __ a n. errs
stressing strong passages. I .. Mn. phrase "Just.because t h ey'reIn
0,.. 'ilS; Skew at 7:00 ... swP The final Sonata after the Intermission M errwe M 1 P :5y= M 5 :: need" Reedy la poor. i To deliberately misinterpret a as mcb may ba a poUU-
M P,551w 0 M cal dodge.
COMt IAIITI Mg All II Lxeifc-._-Ie.. to f. Op 24 I 4 M PMMn. OMfl. w.els... p Iw .d wwss wMM II. BORROW not sorrow. In
("Spring") was especially fine -. ewe Moe 11 .Oust TlS ew.Nn r actual fact sorrow to pointless 1 Iff easy enough to-cables ef course
5 aria yr 0100Taw.
w w
, I' At Tilt Adagio' was beautifuland r 0 0 r .. ae.w M w are0. .. U an answer, since one would I. NataraDy be really.... the value of discipline.
7iOOi handled with skill ear ftI nswww.vw., w 0 0 ....... M.s .w.I ,
\t I i ..ry M r e a1.d sae r .N 4 not normally sorrow, antes "a Several attempts may ba necessary before one to finally
the scherzo fast syncopated pas .are one es e __ IIIy.. .be*" of some sort were Involv achlttld.

: hiottItaflthetip1. and brilliant The Hondo gave ed. BORROW makes a clear-cut II. Fraud.II .

a wonderful finish to the program .nner. They work to restaurants etc.
-!' "' 21. DIVE not Cine.: DIVE Is fully
The artist never stopped be- GRIDIRON GREENBACKS satisfactory. For dine, "at" 14. Much skip and care may be lavished on restoring -

.FooTIALL CONTEST would have been better than the 11181tMp1< s1iN.'isle-4 Backs Barry clue word "to. 17. The death ef some obscure would hardly be caws far

S LOS ANGELES AP) The D P.... SNte.. Army DD a. FIRE.. firm "Seme general grief.
Los Angeles. Times today announced question of Insurance" lug II. It could poeaibly" show that a wanes lad beard M lone
Its endorsement of E et.. C.Ihpe. ec T........ DD geeto a specific oeisslonmat l Mating remark she waen't meant te "hear.

terry,GoUwater for the presi- H.., .3 a.,1e DD ( ) when such "." .tJrIn"I D. Fat .1Int1.
dmcJ. may be n....,. In the ordinary 23 It may be boiled.
I The Tunes the West's lead Dltle Stet. .. In...... DD : run of event, it's rather Just

I' ._ .hog newspaper In circulation" It Mkhip i .3 Mkhlg" ._ ,.... DD Ilii ease that "a big firm" sinv
wI' atAtd describes Itself as Independent PIP '111 "Insurance." FREE WORD LIST
l allwt thee fa i''a Republican. n .baa never endorsed H............ .. Mime.O ... D a KAY Mt .pay.. "A man" can
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Rae a Democrat for pnUency.
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,,, by Charity BlockitockCewarel : sea during a whaling voyage; NORTH 4 5 e.w rwwMlIn rw.wN./6.* tmtaiI --1--Cell; IW ...... T 0<....
McCana Ce. UM "Revolution In Biology" (John .asgd N'UNI =..

: By 1RDB M. BLACKBURN Maddox) he advance la molecular Pwee. b"'I""I." vpltpM* ntrt.t .
Mule M. CIII ra K MllMlwrpnlt
1 HOT of who lim been Sim CMM CMPIMM MMrv |1M Hnc
; any you biology since 19M! concerning .
f T* e* A* N.eM 55.5._. r
: for a good, all-round life at the lubcellular TttiftT* IH PINTAL ASSISTANT .for .. j
where there are DO mod- level; "The Smithsonian: America's *M wile ow_Irp. eels'

I' era, problems, no off-beat modem treasure house" (Webster AUTOMOTTVIIOVCATIOHAL ; j
writing, and where love Truethe Inside story of a
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conquers all, here li your book.,fabulous collection by the chief a Tw*. pr $15N twurpne .NISs hr.t Mptt n *Mt

It it the story of Margaret editor of Smithsonian publica Twer WepSSN K a..d.._-_. p5..5"MJN, ,.' -.
Rowland, living In London In tions. ,,_ a 'rucli ....... WORTHWHILE Coeptr.lfcn JIM
a ",.,Ior .......
.the INTI5VIIWIS w..5d fer pA
year 1105, and of her strong POLITICS
CENTRAL a eo.wse a aN.SnN t l i>liQ p iuryyy imrtl ClvCil.
;, and abiding love for the man ""Old Myths and New Reali ........S.eY apMre.Mar .-M.t-:s.r.'I'tolfchAIr. "i: .., 'iwl iU,

'.he married there, R i III g a II ties" (J. W. Fulbrlght) -an N/.... M MNN .b.._ -.He. ji UN's
.. .
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i Kerr manager of the Scotch expanded, statement of the Ideas .... C... .l IP: AMf oM KICAN'or*ISIAMCMIURIAU. M .M.w.nt. 1

:states of the Marquis of Slaf voiced In the Senator's speechof a Aelw wMN ..".'..WI.rl.ld, M."MPN..."" .CMwrfcmull iIX".IINCID

ford. last March, when he argued M." fer wNTN.
....*. AtMl taw k*.M c.r.,
Historically the deals that the should abandonthe
story country .t.r.r end mlt..t- Call Mm-
with It left** 4 IIooIntctIIII .*. iTj-m.
The Highland Clearance,I old myths of American foreign 1....... eecbqa
a blot on the history of Scotland policy; "View from the ww.dRaWelwiMFLOTM5NT U Mite H.I, Wasted

and England, a time when small Seventh Floor" (W. W. Rostow) DISH WASHER'ond'cookiear. '

farmers and "crofteri" were an authoritative analysis of Colt 372-0947.

driven from their little patches American foreign policy from II .FmM.. iwo N.WMM WMIH APM.IANCI' HIMIP.MAN, PintKM

of land In the interest of big 1961 to 1183, by the Chairmanof FLORIDA 11 HtII -MIII PM.h *" r, trtojr MM! kmil lof. .' U?:=

estates and scientific firmlnj the State Departments Policy 15 ..... MM sees,. N* a1.C..5wry.

Such outrages happen at intervals Manning Council; "The Politic It wee worse ....... SALESMAN 'lIJelenc.d Inm
17 WeS wo.e 155 ."'.clothing. 3765231.
the of
throughout history. Theyare Hysteria: sources
READINGIN OLD "11,1.. cowinny mppn.lK< tolip
for the individual
tragic twentieth-century conflict" (Edmund srw WI .1515 p0.55
Involved but they are a pert Stillmanan argument FARMS i UVMTOCK ... >l. Mr M M... n yr r **
up, q Mr) tKP MMCHrr.
of the great march of civiliza against old and obsolete N Fee aar5.15p Las. N. IN M.A w e .::
p p rwl.srS vlll Swi ilvlM" .!.
mum* tn4*
tion. Goldsmith's "Deserted Vil Ideas, which govern today's polItics Live.5. II .

lage" deals with the problem as : and In favor of replacing It LM.l.. Nw

does Steinbeck's "Gripes of them with realistic, valid goals ,..* t HMHWmil -1 =. -w-dulq: ced5l"i'A':r;
Wrath." GENERAL FICTION .... wee :: 5111y .. ill NW7111 5.
r '. WANTIO f'v Hdiiiklw, _,*-
Rlngan Kerr Is the sort of "The Lost City" (John Gun- J .5. : 4 iprvtcp ncMKIMMr
4 wtiM cilli. I-
hero whom the Brontes dreamed Illera) novel about an Amer. FINANCIALf ......... mtpiipry. Mutt Knew
MS_MI tniiuniMIXCHANOISI I ell HMMl 4 eels. T-Y. AM.>VMrtin In
the item, bard, cruel man lean foreign correspondent In
up ._ N I_ am NV 0 ik M. .' CPU
who, nonetheless, loves Ms woman -Vienna during the years just a MwSwNMe.y ('I -

with a passion and to hershows prIor to Hitler's Anschluss; WNM/ .I j SECURITY GUARD

the gentle kindliness that The Strangers on My Roof" ',' 1_.'. es.Ms fun sod pert
.. t_ .1.2. M1y,.sil re-
lies under Us tough aiterlor. ,(E. A. RobertaonWbe' story of .- ..".... w'sO er Mw .sr and

: Meg, whose wedding Journey how an Englishwoman: gets *i where i* e.vM If plMrw..Wrllp AUchw.In pool SS'kypr. pMn.

f takes her from the Leaden deeply Involved with Chinese Irt' MHMwry ft TM* ''1.'" comlM w M5A SUNSpr 0lnpivni*l Inn.ROUTI 1*.,*.,* <.
MSolMtoJ Mmrim
which she knows into the wilds refugees In Hong Cong "The F MHMMMM .... ,:; MAN raltll horn. ..11v.",.
4 1 ..,.,...... .l Se mlaminWIWMI
of the Scottish Highlands, Man Who Had Everything" / *
MAnHpjM* "ull tlm*. *.. 1141fr
laughs when the rain and the (Donald Murray) a probe of MthdL M MN" ,. Per Sets Mlll Cell J7MM1 Mlwtm741PM.
r rr .
wind ruin the expensive bonnetIn lilt despair and Inner strength TTrMlnt SUPPLY _
oprlce' eINp
which the left her father'sdoor. 01 who becomes N rNa M WHM I .. weR PM eemmM.l. M
a once-happy man
55,11 .... ..*. 0i 5 .155. c.rr ..
She loves It all, to dark, completely psrallzed rT .. Il ca.. 55 ,. I .per/unlly. send 5_ $5ao.
gypsy-like husband,the cold, the following in accident; "Isle of n 0fIIc4 ......_, 4, sOIn vulle. sun.MN
mist, UM loneliness and, later, Glory" (Jane OllvirMtctional-) Y n Mutled MIrIIIIIIIIIII INn w.MN N 1rIIl, for .ppnes.N ..

*her two beautiful children. bed biography of SI Columba, p1s.a Mu.a$ 01.5 :r.// 1.5 0.NSrs..Ns 4-

Here she makes her home In who was responsible for the REAL nun FOtlAlf er.. Ay Mr.,MrM*. del W.
: IMlv. AsNlwe yes! n* 11131AM. :
>deep contentment, finding Joy hrlsltlanlzation l of Scotland and Yr H MiMM MMIM *.. It.. '

In all around her In spite of Ireland; "The Woman in the .&-. no ass SUN IOOtl-AOSO. MMrM """...Is.
N w.s.SeeDew'. MI p.
her husband's wild temper and Dunes" (Xob'AbeV-prbe-wuv M MMM Mr "': 4 ::::-.J.; ;'::'I

I dark, aecretlve wayi. Slowly It ng Jipinese novel In which an MCnM* |M> e. i TWO colored men to workon

becomes plain to her that Rln extraordinary situation Is used N INI mm S1a5a.ei'iN golf court 3720961.
*Ml MM WMM WANTIB ..prlMptf' Mrvlc* .!*.
is cruel and unmerciful in 10 illustrate man's Mass
;gars relationships t. IIM mn. Al. MprMM (trvlc. I
carrying out the orders of the:with himself and society. M SwRNN* Pnpsssa .,...*..,yes SS Its $'. -

Marquis to rid the land of the SHORT STORIES 1NIsetw IMwm y ADDITIONAL I

staple peasants. When his methods 'Pistols for Two and Other MfflM 4 A...*M HELP NEEDED

become so ruthless that he Stories" (Georgette Heyer) 4 MM* Poor. St WANT BUSINESS IS

), is tried in the local court on the first collection of short stories
account of the disaster and by the English novelist belt KINTALSawmiv GOOD'I. -
44 CItIMI /newsn.NaM MAN. wnkkwllw oIIlM S winS
death which he has caused, she (known for her R e g e n c y romances II ceIIIIII ee seeM TICNNICIANS ..** .<.<-....
loathes the crime but loves him .... nnrttn TV. I4wteol<..
"Best .
; American Short /wsl* ApoM Top per. s.iM boo.Urns
l still Stories, 106!" (Foley It Bur Apla Sea .... pry t..Mi/." .
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The Is told.'There r'1.rear COUCH'Sm
t story welt nett, Eds.) twenty stories of
YOUR / 15r x51 uMVA .
are many fantastic and memorable high literary quality; "Youth .
1/M WANTIO ntill ml* ....... 't i_
characters in it, many and the Bright Medusa" (Wills N M.els NN.Nq ...... III umnt H tonMM. *-

Incidents which move us to tearsor Cather) eight short storiesby MIN. 1I1IIt.5 'If'' ADS Apply D.OyAS.t. HfTHMI*ode"Im ItCwltwi

to laughter. It Is by no means the famous American novelist IIA WwM T* M eprlDU5 .
N INrNN ......
t unrelenting tragedy; there Is TO ex'.NSlON r.OesAM
A eNSs SIs alas 5.15' merriW b,
happiness and gaiety, pathos MYSTERY is a..eer siNuS 5sl 015..ceN ,dN SSI. .MeSS5p

and humor. In fact, It has everything "The Incongrous Spy" (John ..// 4/I1Ie.'.MwS...'1.y e.Is...hepltallm .. llmrt.Kt .-
that a good novel I \ Hlwy MLN M" .r5.. 11ft.N.I .
C.rre't.o) complete suspense MtVICIBt Ift-Mll iDf .D0t.MIITOLOOV .
needs, and plenty of It. novels by the author of l f" f.- Mali w'_1.
The following books were recently 'The Spy Who Came In from N.Im $11 IieeSMn

acquired by the Library: the Cold;" "Verdict Suspend NEW M RMta Si TV Smdt S CAW Of THANKS ha,. MeHMclM and' .;'....M:llme a .

HISTORY AND SCIENCE ed" (Helen Nielsen) presenting U ..".._ t /sr.....5nWANTAD leer a ?l\ sail wer5M.
'' _., ..... _....
"The Great Gates: The Story ai Investigator the victim's ::.:Ma iplth If.M.c+rr'aMettI. -= Wary ..... C....... NS.nnsl

Of The Rocky Mountain Pseses" brother himself the chief suspect .,-. rM" MN,= *, AIPCMM .... ..-.'.

.......M e111i ...... _,.... MOTOS ROUTS SALIMAMCASSISS =
(Marshall Spraguea) : "Question of Loyalty"Nicolas RATES ....... .... lot .. r WI tans 5pmins
history of discovery, adventureand ( Freellng) Inspector \ ;r," ...... SM ..... /M r Small Nw Utj led iylly Nm5.trM. N mat.
PH. I7M411tor you
transportation 1MO to Van der Valk of the Amsterdam ......A. Ise La..eleIp.... W drlm t.res. .
the present "One Whaling Fam 'police In i detective: 'story classic =='\!'::= yE. p MwMw1 A5.s, p.wi'1.,.nIIntl

ily" (Harold Williams, ed.) In Its simplicity of statementand Clemlfleel OIl"DIADLIMII I LOn fOUND .Mr0aR1CirN 1.' '.PS-Mil.vl<'imSM ,

the adventures of the Williams : complexity of Implications. 5... If. .to 770 p.m. '
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Elisabeth II Is coming to Canada While some newspaper editor- 5 ........ .......... Pile S 151. Let .Nm.S TO SERVICE LOCAL
Monday for an May visit. lab In Britain and Canada have le INpee .NM STORES IN SPARE
She Is assured of a hearty welcome urged oancellatltaofthoqueen's l l l 4 MMONALUBj RlVICIIU'

but some officials will I visit If there Is any realads TMil ctafM ism_ kf T/ Seal, NAU' MLOOII TIME

sigh in relief when she he I danger to her. Prime. Minister lelpip.q Nr.N -IvM SHV r a1Nd per.11.. NM.sNS vaeM .... NO EXPERIENCEREQ.

back to London. Lester B. Pearson .bar told Par 1rM5".srawla """'" .. r::=N a wy .
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In Quebec, where explosions lament: 1 ppLpSJ77. trues won t comer

r and armory raids have expressed "I do not agree that !her majesty ... ... ...."."fit.._.." aN Las-..NT.. .. -N..Ir-.",. Olll'Ol'INI'Moles IN "OLLOWIN

anger over political Issues, | In coming to Canada l Is _M1 tl Ise u. ...... prI iNSiviui wniuTH4WTMOINI
certain elements seem unhappy being subjected to a very awful 's '''' OCILA

t about the queen's visit. Security risk. The government Is confident .. 12 point WfCIAl MOTIOSIfcWjNNt. HI AIACHUA.H IPHINOJ, LANG tTAJ CITY.(e
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t..j The purpose of her visit Is part of North America by the L..DVe el VvtT Oer -- eo"* $297 TO COVER i"

+ to mark the 100th anniversaryof British In 1751 under Gen. M'1.115,. "_lot ywi STOCK
pie .......
the beginnings of Canada's James Wolfe. Both the Art 24 Point CII .."... rwoy. ,, MMS miniM and he/u,. _hoe

constitution. When It came Into cles of Capitulation and the too. II a .... .dlery lye' -=: Nw ei5n1w slam ***"*'**'t.**.=kn yew.awn
effect In 1M7 it united the old Quebec Act. passed by the 8-1411 .....'II r5....r...P...... -' 'win ejr vtri ** ajnrt

British colonial possessors of British Parliament la 1774 to TINY TOT ---11I-. NM 11,1. ....

Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, give the colony its English- 11 P1.acne PLAY -WLTCA-SNTSIMIiai' INC.

Quebec and Ontario style constitution, guaranteed SCHOOL NP-I...,.........iiii A...,.
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Dissident elements ta Quebec continuance of the civil .lax
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want the constitution changed Image and Roman Catholic : 14-WeI.Na15 w. dl5LISMAN

give that province greater independence lurch rights of the former ...... ,..-; S MIl .......

either as a self- French regime. bau...,". 5.r. lit p.M" ... -- M M"n 1'l i'=
governing nation or as an equal Opposition to the queen's visit Tae 515 uIIM le elan w-M lSMb fit a I J. er..

partner with the nine other pro- to Quebec begin when plans .MrrrwwNS/.MM11w irk
of Cans Ja In .. ...... ... .N.oosy isII e ....L.. TU.'Ty
vtocei as a group, were announced. w w INp.p con MIN
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p the predominant. M .......... et 51St ;.&)5.ASry r sense .. gj''"'J"*?"*...... >.......I ll
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10 PITS > SUPPLIES 12 Htmn ,.. Silt 14 Wtttrfrtikl PrapMtyr

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HI nt up. SALES tint homtilttt from $2250 .
Phone 3722601. ITU Wilds KM*) N IAt non-wattrtronl from $1510 nnaaaa,

TWO I "'"""'. oM AKC rotCM.. Pok* LOT J7HKM ? .ate ACROSS 2UluIII0ll [ $ T 6. DO. II i iJ

1 nuvw* MI.ela. worm* knot I FEDERAL QUALITY Marina LocationsINVEST 00. 111I11. !ill II K :
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mule tar MM N* 55Iss. Mal FR MII3 W.. Jonmon. Mer. Motel LocationsINVEST 10rw5d N0. 3S. ana. aann. ana

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VM04. Ull N* 4tk WYATTTrailer ; accommodation STN S

A LM.COLLII. nttdtd S.. Wha5I .. A M S TOil. .

'0" SAL. ,_ C.IuctI, Men.Sly. 5001 ca S5. Sp71og
81411ypv" Ilk" ...,....... PM1. n Sales DAVID ANDREWS- 17. CT. S8.: Emplo7 anaana. aanaa
4471P01 nacjaa
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.... CM 22. LtitJ order
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;' 17 Wrk W.MW M.I. II $ t> ImtrvctiMi AKC .... 4 iMCUIalo OM Save Lot NEW MOOIRN MOWOOOIII \ 20.Avtrtt
Huntort raMy to ... Ptl IIMI. a / .,
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; MASTER barber, hat city Real I Estate Exam 'U.I eotoro Mmi.DM .
\ / L COURSE RMMnoblo. DAD AND IRAO LARSIN Ik* .,.,..... itol link n.hEal
ATTINO Pint IMWI r>x. 372-1987 to wrk nt you MMtlt. LOOK .
II Ft. Formic work
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pit >uH nf vnikortot. 45nd 50155 vootmont. loo kron 0.4
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4 wmit II t* M i* tar ... Ill OOCft. torn mM ot I* 1 .... slats Kr 10 sIdSwa oUitrS7.Detn
Civil.' .Ie. Training 6-7788 1011' ....... I yr. fIn_.... f q /
CIVIL SERVICE (...*...'.1 Cwnn. Claw FR 10111011. (.15 0- T.IO' 1.1011141 114 550114. 4
10 [oemina11ens. For krlonnolle.sine now tormlnt. How.Hl liulnmCollogo ..... M RI. 154. I mill I. E.M Corpvrt ond storM raomI1JI .
nm *d ru 4 Phon* N* III W. Unlv, Av*. 12 ftitkiM HWM Pt Sate. Ksyat.M 55451105.. 0p.0 MgIs NW Ills Tor. FRIIOH 2-1450 I. i J! H.I&UU"

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\ ,lot progrim *n toot Came if" .tn solMad, 31 rt. halls. I don lot to*. ,ear 'rauM plans.TSII15.5 IS.X1nj.
HIOH SCHOOLS ,rang SoptMnbor ttirouoh V..1 In .b5Nwo gins. 055 554MbNs ... wilt' sir cSndl/bnlnE. 0151 .....Iort. Prlco4 rl..M. Orlv* by. ,
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t PIANO toocnor KM Mm wonlnn : 10 ns i SUPPLIES ..,.. JObNo.111. 01t.515VIII. > .. I.mitnt _II...... MM HAPPINESS 4 ITRITCH M4UWMtlnt I :' :-II NoMM 15 4$.Cokr
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10" "I. and 570. MaIn CMMItMl, tweortl U 5 I9. LOT. AOOINI ltd tONI
A.nnas5 ...11. CIII .,.....,. BUTTSMobile .wo _lr pump ilk* yr 1 Pnon IHOUtnt
: U.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! WANTED G11n. IMpi.rd Wale. __out .55_ srtnnII M edal M.'; ":" ,",:, Itm. .IW FOR rMII Ml MltM, -
5,511 1 M 50511.
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; : -.... F.ll mtorawtlon 0.ry. m llnoi. MolM lilt _.... 171. NW 13th St. to), SIN town and ty>. ovor TIM" lollc moooll IIV 7. M VALUII .I. COMPLETE GUILT / .....,. THIN 1 IItnM Tall:.:... and :=.sllp N wim, I IR 4. I dlt.I .
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.' \ TODAY .,.Its ions, _.... and GERMAN .HlrHIID. lIIoc' and I ACP.I LOTS II mmutao (ramOdntivlli For lotinnori' o.pon*. bond 055 055/.0, VYoin ta Llitio.' _Inoovlllo. ) IR 1055 air t Hock N ohotppraciita. >
, prwno. LI....'aniiloL 1114... ,... AKC ...1.'...... all -.. IS at 6th St. *. wltli tccni ta ltt GLADYS 11 C0.N 1sw1' 155.4 W55/554 IC_. 1015 1104111.0Mg.: Palled ="T.NNI SM101ry AM .............. s bldg of
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c.lIl71-n... I onto '. UN wim' low townpoymont tow MmkM 4 ..
.I 0..hSN Nrblvg: III 50.1 our and MiKt *t 111 nrStii74 SMITH 15 HfMMt l. $.* HMnemt MM town 4 on* llobwoinor. 1Mb ,o d cm. III llrtoMr. Fn, 372-155
.R 05570. ON. 0 I AJvXtal P.M. M "' t C5aryPN.. MfM monmly, IncluoM Mwr.IV 5111.1' 010.54 W 7 N. 55450 ...,... *r
MON tnr irp' *.. 5501days. 372-5393 .1N A 555.. 17 NW 34115 It Call, 3714103 M andN I0. II
Shop the Rest. w.M4a4wt PIF.FICT. FOR RETIRED P101W PS 14401 1111 NI ills T".
Prl Rtducot 1551 lorloln 01 -- ri' :- : I
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0 J turnlhjr PARRISH
Including "
BUY L wso5.1551, 541.0 Sang.N Inlay' Ie....,. _.... / nr5n.... C.ll 374013BY : _
AT NORTHWEST Int mchin, nifrlt 4 n5Sod.
dilly In esntral PNrNI.WI HUM c... ... >
SIDING LOT "ly MVmontt only .... roncn ilylo horn onaltH NSAwNwnN1lll net* IU''.. Wwktnop LocototII
.. tor ..,." ... POW dlIlvay tell NMt. lor.* and) tttutmjl" sOT lot Gt,... II p5r. iHn, : '. COO M M "' ..,," 1.0554111
mNN. HAVE lags tanmMclSI lit willi tot flel tor 5/1,51 saw csn5r11wN .,. m:r. >. u b15000. OR I-MM PRESENTS
55x12 TRAILER MART railroad WIg. Will/ 0504115.. ,...... room or Mile tatar .,..". .witIp.nniM II 50. dw ,rtI ot,..ocro t F M. _....,..
Hwy. II ooot 1 to 1Ent Ns N 1541 1.00,4. .... 1N1NMley Tw* .!try Mor nom*. CM MmM Ol. oy* lovol MO on* .MMtar. .. 4 I ...... 5051*51
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from. II'MIMXPOROVCI MMmy 4 krm I Mtti nomoln !>..', wm McKtonon. hem -. low .*tacko. iltnty
vnnl ta CMMI t wor... Inc. 3145111.MODERN. _
DOUIU DOOR MFKIGUATOtCOMPLETELY :ii7'a.. W ........ w k M to'SERVICE A ASSOCA'I", INC.ISALTOS eomor tot *n N* lilt II a: t: MIIad4yslid S51sM.t.M1015M.Ills..gP1: 1'HRsS' booriimrTMit; >-Irom aWll0":1511011,. Lary. 511454: '"=
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tit W. II.... 3741170I _.. __ ns 11014 InI

FURNISHED :=. NlN. ..... W4 I I/I ACRE M ta Wort Hllto.Phoo. w 1114 NW/ .... II. TIIM aid" II.. I IS. t 1015 Wlm lilt hem rMm, 4NI' M kltclm OHi W.on*,. FR.into' **. MASON nom I MANOR....... control- .....h M 4 Ho orXooMrd *
5? A 462-1350 Mt 4 olr con* 0ku krhMItoct P01 SALE O. SENT 'V OWN. Mil. Mr
$7400'II. built In ron*. 4 own '". I .11 15555. 5111,51 MN tancot MntlHwrnf pnTtMt
ONLY MO. lI yMrs .. Ms55555 U ACRE WOOOID NOMSSITSIMI5005 GLADYS SMITH HUWMlwr 4 "--. HI .*. 4 sir eon*. Pivot Wrool kj. Mt arN1 1.5515 tock pond Il m4nwwnry .
1Wl.. of 1555 oft psvsdrya tt Hvlnt ora* Pals blo. for***. Mil II Iim A.*, tar .tot*, coil i I ESNIM _1.1g.. .Is silt.lrIs.
Realtor RIOO1WAY CONITRU C T I O N 01417/. I gIVM .

TOM OK JACK RALPH A. FOIIIY Rooltor AUKltMlVlrflnlt M M N15 M ".. t.
1W.. UftIr. An. VtIOTCUV : Pwr Ann 1105 ,.. .
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Northwest Trailer Soles WIGS .. 4511141 .... In N.W. CorallM. NVM ".. -1110I wand 1I/! GREEN NM 1.. A...Loris 01 1a51d oft 0'oil Pork ,M WIHIM ........ ...._.
15511515. bptad adNaa4 5 city 1775Ch10S. 31.51 1Av1. to Mtypprt Iris Hr ywrOMwovllto twin of aolnMVIII, Mlgjn IcnoK nt J,
.....'" wIM -11 ........ -. Mm *r ingi 00.Casts. DEATON J. P1014
2702 WALDO RD. N.I. HOMES. VOtor. AM ,lr.. Mt MOIIMta 151$ IS? N.islsiSN CONVINTtONALI
At P.1.. ...... LASTBYDEMAND sNg. 5405 5541105. M I lorn ( Ml or* TRADITIONAL I NM..n, I
ttOuit' *n WM RooO kn I mlM AT -
PI541.1Ir.1. : 4/5 150.1
lAST UNIVERSITY AVITw PNObII i : 15500E r a1.1 I.0
17'010'I ISvN II"Y.. O.O IOY"'Mt Air Cont.. Nr, 5,4 orot .
I 0011,15 41.151 .let.'.. A MI 155 Mra.Esd.MacunI e'; ] klldmaX15 Fans twolIMM wim' III IIIt lion. tcKMiu, t|. Pam, "....,, .....*. dlnlrg w''''' ,,1"11,,'11._1 _511.051110,,_ '.
/551151. Inc.Call ( ) DSMpyIMgN,1 11. tro'' .n loot IfMv, Av* by .....'Iu'" lonoMOM*. I 111Noun WIN bvlll M lam ... __
V. O. McCoy 304.7255.MW. = --::: tn N. I. IMI ly ..... Coll Mdry MM..
""' In_ 1145 0515V5.5 *1455 lbs f'i.i-O-: RVOMW* CW tf
1 .... LtIe IS_ 01015. ."iiiL. sum 1ad or 555 1.1/1104. Con Mm WMTIIPBvlol ra51411/W 514
L :: w.ocl" W.S.s. WITH, 55,5 Nspo 5dseM., .. AIIM Nf R SCHOOLS n *f Mill MO Mold
) 150E. :" II. ALL ..'CK FRONTIRIAL 050110.. ..... -_. 1761111. MUST SELL I .... I lorn, p.ito. Nr. Horn. MT pinm.51.0*MoMk lotaiS MM,5e WWIt r tr.tmVOIK 511
Iw-- I I. PLAITIR WALLITIRRA2IO RITIRI It yw kMtov to Mint, tacky win on* it, Hk" Ownor toovwo Mme 5115 0ew 514 0,1N' 5*
I MARY MOELLER PLOOPJI mtont M ywr inonc Thii tow. L_..**. 'largo MIKyINVIITMINF *,
FORMICA cAI.n100D.D AM Maly tllIIInt 1 .lyd1,4/1g tin* I I R. 14110 55.11,11bS..d 1155050.'
' LAWNS III MN 1 Is 55,14 buns p. 12-r. oM bom. mvol MHI PANCMITTI MOntlMTIi _
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L_ Lg tone** tot vn
AIR) CONDITIONING Ownor will coniMor lSPrs.M./Ns.' N lass, L..
H1I w. Unlvtrolty Av* Ft oOTIvrMmf **rtrwn* oprnlklln rl.lsSablo 5555 S.4 So 5NKoo. 55sd M Nawba.ry '* Jual
Mop rack WML onctoM YIE vouw'ot"lljjt. II III. 4 bom, oiiwntowitlonlN .., .
IlAVI EASY WALKING 41050.00 of Una..ersly $16,350- Mcil Co'port, ocrMnot prooont F N A 11M 1 N boI. ...
$54511, tr..d.d MAIM '. .,.. _. L__ to Motlow' Pork -
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5114 Call NW ......
J > 4' ( I.: 'FUN 'HXIt lovol* crooki or MntomprryhtvM kowtllvl oltoMr $18,075 4161711.I .7.11.. 014111w by Ml N. W"A."..0551* PlM I IR, I .'''''. IftMo.MM FOR- >IO>||||I, |

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Atoncy. M M. Mom, PI ?s 505 0ar5N/" L 5ra yid w2P1 13117.DUPLEX tH 1,111 to iMly
....... VAjlOOTotalCash ",. NW tot*tin. noor ttoniIt 5. 51/15 lid 05.15711 lINt 5,4
551.1. ..... F* WIll.a. contrd toMimnnvj WMktot

THIS. WEEKS IS ONALAN'S 14 Wtfttrfr ,..,.rry ) block bom Ml Mrtaunt 110. L4t M *MW.C' toll oltrocnv* MARY lllono* on ta M to-LHttowM,- MMl M
SPOTLIGHT wIM LbjuHilum ....... out woll 55 tw* MryJtato
N.. WOO w 10.10 5055 II.... and
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1A5tS 1 P5OP5 1115505ACS: FHA From ::. /n.... M 5171 M.M.PARRISH
pr 50.11510 Could M sad M REALTOR
.... I ..1NNb.. fII Mot1a. SWIMMINGPOOL bm* wim 4* Mcomo Altroclw

M IM CtVfvlyti riMt .. Hql.OVs. $750 Cash ly .oaN.P5w, won Coil roll 'II Unrvortlty/ Av.PS *
it MTM tf tok* Irant. mny M 41171
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ttntd tha dtlMMojt CbttuRt t* Hw "..... HwnT t. INC. ::::-.oat". Loiltai to:

,/ W. u..... Av.. IIMII It tkt ...... .....), RrtRf /.w SIn" .IANTA... 5515501.PE NOS.011.0. 1MO1nwS.Invd 1057 N. w. 011N Oil'", Hit NW PMIHM .M MNMtmo

thtio t**. ld "Mr. iRHtVlttl" ..... AtM't C..... loot N SlOW 11155 W1.. lay 31,0075 1101111'\:'::. 051.11COITEMPOIASY MJ| RR Mcop

!,'t to thN bl I.N **MftrPM With MN MtM w...., lormo. FR MOT. SERVICESHome

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Mr. $....... Shy tRttwtl I Mm OrIeNt. Myit ot 415 51105 bM.l Isalld N Oala Ms SIl0.ItW _M.

kid rtttt Mgt IRRP||> to ante. -4M>t vH asnpl.55 1104palas 1M/0N Is11d5t4415yg

truly W MVhlMt .1.1.: ... 64 MODELS .44. ..,511,145..... -1101,.. 5M/Mg 55115 And Business

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pill kwt miionry .....* .> SMALL "'_or. .000
Walsh fv pint W... IIOTItNTI 5.11 55 55 NW 0551115 .555 ....... .It .... ..... 2-.d. 5541Met FMOiltIR ywr purMtanimiinollt M
....*. ... sly. nmn.. ONLY !----s..11..11ft- trie**. Coal lot*
.,.... Mm Ml DOWN. .--... Fl MM 414
w.'... gat to mokt room for tht '65 mobil/ nemci N. e .11II I?.
IIUGI 1555. 1050 d bsdrlu5 '
tn .. vt _,.... prxt down fanfmticalK/l! Sovl onvolutt 50: :55Aalr
1111. 15N..55 15rcS.I 00
CUE;; STICK BILLIARDS '011 .. '01' _. or IUI' 'Ill CMO* *t H4 15 ION Loan,. MOSEY .........
Fun tor not my yoiMf mo* ...01 com Ill UNIVW5ITY 'INN ONLY .,.... sIN |l.Mt DOWIt .. MM kitami. form* .

I SLIT vu"t w.0.. to*. LA""Y" RESTAURANT Oiinill HoM R.2.5'g55 rllra'UILD: DO YOU ....0, PbvbM ,.. *.
IrNS laIN 221 W. Un... A... Mor 4. CocktMl Hwr I It f. ttrwo MFINANCI Iro raom. mora ?I1I1. .* .> ,
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DUMP?? Mail MERRILL ad = =-
; DINING Sas.00h.5 or N05gbls11yn *. ntl lw Ijm w PR .-.... ) MM town M t) .

5rvN 55 1155 dMM5 ram or ISIS ORllANIMAPPV 2 Bedrooms Front Kitchen REALTOR ,N1y..wMIN la.wel N III CAArtNTMPMnt
our curt 0... N) A NL HOUR f ta IPM. 1''i.jjr., :_ M* SITS 1..l itOuniil MwCACAL1L11II0.w51Mew
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I Cockling tar 155 5110. *f I 05 5. It .5. P5 11411
'. nil otmoipnor ot ltlytMANAROI HI 5110201115. D_.... ta ..>. mwott 01 mo Co- # Ft tMftAMOCIATII -
RESTAURANT i KaLl1"50-r."I 1554SM. FII9 .. ARM**
MOCIOIlIM' to L_. Pin, 505 aN' _loft, Ico Mean 555 .* "*'">. 995 AlAIULLA PA0IW. l0010. YWNI5M. IIAI Sol POMT NOTfMJ.POM*
and mor .,.._ llollM' Foo* or 5,41 soot ./aWMIll 0/5150 .iTm=. M H. IUCKMANNAN5IGMLAIO 1N MsS A 4MIwv Ads PN4 AIB (OOVINIIONA4mt Tut tt All fiA -LMMovr.NAVfl .

UN Mowmorno P*, HI PMjntMt root .1w. $105 S, 505 MM NW mn I1 InXIfl I 01/51/ ; 4 SRT ...... A TWA N 05 ": : t'C.WUN
Clou _.,.. A I W ROOTIIIR STAND PIt. b15. *W5 sad Sapid N.N. MAtMOWl AU'O MAM COlJSJft. w UNIY A 7. ..... ISM
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105 _
TRY.., TRIWINOOUI DotRoMt Olooroallv pnctd ettlatdr.ds 1110.I Gtt tatwtltrm '" .. C_ 1_
IM ._ N2WIcU vL.4a4.5Serving GiNERAU GAINES loll K 3711105.TN11E 'OIDYC "'.. INC. ywr MM* MtoMO Ik* ***.
$ n (Mr* Or. in town. High tradl-ln .tHowonc down t.
STEAK ROOM i .5.w4 1105 cc.. Anl. 14.1,.i.' 51.. 45 a.
loom ALAN 0,141 MR IANDWICN u SHOP contf 24 Hours Footwkit U.*. Pnmt oM Cnolc* I poymjrrft boat rott financing monthly pay is*. dos 4.. soy .. N. 4MM. 1551155 :: : 005EMOORRN
.. low .. :1!I. MN 5.10. 1551 0,55 .. .......
mtntg Il'It"r
AcraM tram U_. Peal Gold KM*) KM OlrtoM 1* *(. Mot M pN1ad 5 1105' 1.515 : I 0111:1II": '" oc; J aNE11/11rMI
to CorMvn PINS --,.., .. .. -- Ropov NOM IIPAIU PAINTING COPHONBH421IO .
mt i w nm tt ,. 4-HM. 5111.51. 454 Fnor::vmwi

MILLIV"t bom o* to* Or..... DUTCH TAEATIIESTAUItANr SAVE HUNDREDSOF I II SERVICE CAW IS ....._...... /WM51MWS1 5NavIdl .J IfItIIl 550A145.1150

ITALIAN DIM mantr IANOWICH .11I. 00500. A... t AMUS1MIMTSv .. I -5. ,." c---. 4. 5U'. *, 501 1 50 0* .WILLIAM.a1'15rM1 PACfPKtn r..u...
4 4MNN.l... 15.11 fa M
tor '00'. 1145 4a11cay Dol........ 555/,__ c.105..? 176.OI1lTELEVISION
Aha WITS A 5.,1/lo sod L_ 555055.5 Frtot. CMOOTtorvuif C_ DOLLARS Ass or 15055 .Slow AIaAi1l./. C. L. -'lULL
51.50. 155 W \110IO. A... Cas51.1 aalpg wan II OMN .amid 15 5151 05471.11 end 15ua//15/d Ip//l "
or lens tram > AM ta PM. ,'v K>* Ajof Itat Alii II MarrsPA. IO.MATC.* DVW.'I.INOT .. 405 M tee = Nor 011 5

toll WI .4 4,0 TOWN MOUII RttTAuRANTFOR yogi AOWIUKMovitTia fomnvt .....,.. hnnwt .*.,! rtwy loot ... FR J.SOO1 |MXOr tMIN4 05550 lot : -
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050 55W?'l Nv 1..2- ..Is.My.w1 ) SCHOONES t SOON PINE 4 lANCE: FEDERALQUALITY ...... ...... I ,.4.415.0. 115. II y.25554 .114 ..
m t A..... tal &. Till .mt w M 0700.ADVZRTISE -
Pry NI.15N Mr*** 115A. .1 OIRICTORYFITIIIA PP M sal Ily .5/111n.I/Il .__ .. 'nM4 555. /105.Mr .
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HOMES 1716111GANISVI.U I >vi1 PM. mini


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r ill. Sun Sunday October 4. 1964

Beneath This Banner Are The World's Best Bargains


.4 $ Clan out the crOieti Utility Rooms New-Pick up extra cash Person to person ads are fir non cemmiiciol users selling merchandise priced

J at $100., lets with the selling price stated in the ed Na odditionel lists for ads. that require the full 10 day* No refunds for ads that

DAYS LINES bring quicker action. .

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


IS H._ Nr Isle IS Now for SoloowHWnrwOTnTCpT'TlfTTJTn" 'IS NOWOM Per .... IS How tw Moo 11 Mil Estate W..... 40 lnohuM, prrhM
: ,SI..
1 IACRIFIH by ownor, vice' 00, kr BK 1 Mtn, ccsIWUM ::10" NWlh TI' 'IU' _roam R. TOu A ...NgLOIIUl CORNER LOT ZONED R-P I
t both, CCI house In '; toe llvlno rm. with llroploo' "built' In sntril MaO li or COM. CCl 110m. 'Nrun.dl.h Pied. .... roes IncrorinsPR.WI,0 I collnl kKotkn.
> ot NW of
llvlni rm.. wit,* kitchen **nt. hoot wltti/ olr, and., otro 5700 .qully' and A onbaap.s.min.I' corns NEW
1100,0. Ll HAtlool H Nvlni rm 4 mlngno
I'w.lMoWl. orpftln. lullt klovon I lrOo MlobllohodbMwIthkortworn hollow," wilt, with dump 4prinkXr ........... Pha55PO. 4.2OP. Not_ aseP....Int' NW 10th Avonu aid NW <
THE TIME IS NOW. J"n l __ ..... Low 15w5 prymad. ...._. Only a wki. to I*. t both I or carport, CIS If .., tot w ..,..", low wo Purttior Itroot 0*walls loot by_iss 11./foot_ ki 0,.1.
rm .and .. 1tIOrtI_ far nut ant .,lorn. A Ir him KliiMit. Price OUO down t* auolltUd -..,. Can help you. N*ObttaattonARCH .. Aubrey 11_.. J. W. ..', "I:
Is0.m. po ma. "-'" ,hale .. Phono 1/0551. 014JO fkiOTcIni ....11. Pw_ppt CAMPIILl P.IALTORpnon Jl N. MOIn' It.. H.
1704311 oflor" M p>,M. is "lapse ...... 37..4703 a 372. with' PHA. nnncln'. in..V... prmo jrt-nm ANYTIMI Amy
tolMr ckMlm Call MODELSNow
A OITTIR Oa0ilro lOll NI P7n1
HOMi pod tnjoo. SIT ITI Ave.PIOUS.. :an..... Mr *ppt. to WO 1101 NW I
LASSITERREALTY We de 01st ....... cos NM 30th Tar. Sun Want Ads
Do You Have A Room
ApartmentOr .
N/M ....... 0.r yam THUS IXTRAl 74 OPPORTUNITY
Me155Y MUST SILL Ml' wait | IS I
orwhor, m till *.l tool took 100 MiruOo brick
Low fatuMlook, n patio star a10nwn.tarp both CCI houM In NW Mellon KNOCKS Open
soit- .
Nit =0II/UnTr4. ,
House to Rent? llvloi" / Know, Con hoot, ponolod' llv. roam with
room. Monum
bored Kroonod ports with Hug* Kroonod Porch, IR, I both wall to wait coroot. built' In. Get Results TWICE
HIOHLANOI Only (UO down 171por pose. OJOO down It u3 ouollfy PHA kll sod be,. 0250 dt>. tin assum. I 10-6
I Itirouoh. Control bor olr did too tur-o-avo, too ot m NI Nth Avo sue par too. ........... A4 I I. Hlghww woroHovMluMdlngi Doily
COSTS' IR. Nit ham.with' tots ochorm. > pit lunury kltchon with coriilltlwin wlhMOvlMdlMwuttor r.My linoncod. n* onilllfylng. PR plus t .btdroomllvlni .
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy Tot loutlon CHI :J7*. and .,.-'. o t STOP, LOOK, LIVE 47111: snit' s P.M. "luirnri.II Village Green

IMI .Mmh von ond l Mr rinoo.., lis.,31411071.nd', Ho* by 304'e.sIN'I.sO lain Avo. intf IT KM lota** b.h.*.*. I LOki HKt dial to
YOU MORE than, the lid that will rent ...IIGA'N'- I IR. J ..'h. control ,.... ot thii Nlw (p KeiltiDereltpmett ryttiln PvM sire..
hoot. Ilk* now IMI Porodo of I IR Salt Cl homo with control BY
Horn** Mrquot floon, cotho.drol NEEDED hoot and olrcondltlon, son AnHroo t* Mir. WoltlHAVf I OWHn'IIAC.ICI
It!JHere's colllngi, *ntr'K* l*!or, looui .lot.' klle...... Large Pi*. I In m $l.rt* PurW YOUNGAMERICA
snap done 1.1. ,,'Ie. PHI ovtl.union mom Vb .... tot You con !* I acre bxuitrlil lot M NW Cf.lomlly.
",.IN. Who will nun DU'L'X! -Wkst" hots you? e II50n0' .Iot"I'I h od *San.. nth Nrost 572 N W,
of I1.Oot Cill :171. *""
on 50lor. LAII.e ROOMING HOU.I Prow S'now
what Vacancy COSTS YOU 1771SPLIT CHI WANT Incas prooirtyColl
your, ort wollln FURNISHEDCcrs51itsiy ... 2-bedausi. ..... New.Brick Hemeiluildtr j HOMES

EVERY DAY, until It Is rented: wpm LIVIL A charts- Loodo In Mb of opoco_ IMALL NOM *HOMC*rar.4 WITH 000' ACMIAOI- "'rttl...... I Il. 1 bons' LH IRNIITTIW J...._ -.myNrn MALTYMi Ivey ....... k,
end lard ft lotion FOUR IBDROOM NOMMud horn, In flood N. I. lontlon NW IJth: $'. f'* 44441 -. ........, It....,.
n'r.* horn*. PMturoikltchotl lie'co. Only IIO dawn and 17* >ormonth. tot with ....r. '. .. Clnll cod cnl.mprry -
DU'L IX ...... .
I.... family /Vary wane.lul LOT N. lo till cm now. I t 4 .....-. built'In kltclv Stick cod)
RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER D YIS: I In doubi ACIIAOI Long. a u.n..11. WI motoin. Nosy stylist
IF : with built" = I on _'......., con Not. VA no
von, ,,__,. Control boot Said thas .n. UNIVERSITYREALTY FarmWonted Svlu I.kllttel0 oleha down ..,........ 'HA tram I7CIII ."'k.
It air condition, MUCH nwr*. ........n
day 0.0-
$1.33 "
$40 mo. . per CALL 5bNl down-no clotln eoittCiplttl
per I C7 300. Colt JTHJ2I. ,.eI1II .. ... ..N111t4 I kdrmo. 2 olhl.Ftm'ly .
: .. Inc
$50 mo . $1.66 per day 0"1" W..NTlD Lora 155 ALACHUA REALTY I >rK.t. ... UcoifW In 111114. .
OntroItO nvor. tor .... an* nooo 4 *.. u.... r..nio.
t.-p.. : ./ O*. Plorld : .....1.. 1115 N. Mali. W Ph V3411IAIWI I I N.W. ../_ ..l.,
$55 per mo ,. . $1.83 per day wIlL flroolKO* II fimlly tyro Mombor Mullloli Llillnf W. M. Munrer .RNllor M ACP.II M MODINORTH All city c.n".nioiKoi tnt
I & U> N. I. M (I. 174-144I I I. McLoughlln Prank or NOITN CINTML con ITMMI r ""7IIL
with I I bass Sass.
kllchis__. ConlrofRoot a AR Arl Iwim, Kooltor, Roy McCinn., T. C. Oouglol PUt M.iO km* tiM HOI A OK II' M MnlcM..ulifylly.
Ii, $60 per mo . $2.00 per day dI "' Ltd 1 NCW plulyorl Mobil Oon .....,. J' pod. s.59. sate ..... 5 .. r* L...m All m.*?* i
=:,7' Oil J71-1J21. Mrlfll In lot hits. .. NlimowlHO cad ...... imf $t.000fcr .. lon"M.****.
? $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day .. O. IM IBM th. winks Ow.., to
OLD HOUSI TM chin of th* OPEN HOUSE i ._. NO AOIMTI.. cod BOBBY L C'etely' new dM/oe
.j On Llaht f r* Includlnf rombhIn M"ac--:
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day vornd t Inoorbrood trim. ..d. te k* rtll.TOOl .! 10N -. i lot 6ihivill. .,...
Icy modem ............... 111.. Beautiful new solid brick, 3 bedroom 2 bath, I
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day so Colt 370.1571 home with open brick fireplace. Built In oven I C SHADOWUWMUTATIS 4 ...... "' ..... I. .p.slibflny. BRYANNow North es NI.' I5lk

NIW MOUIf lr" new mod.flnt and custom built kitchen cabinets .W. 2' h W.y. OH N.W.Ulh back In Gainesville I Shoot te N I. SOIlS Anno
$266 day range, ,
$80 per mo. per ern A Ittinin0. rood! for 111I
"d. occupont Nit* large storage and utility room. Double car, F. 0 OLIVER A... ......... NEW to verve you in oil types . Tire rlhl
woodod 4 Adroomo, I J krick IMOM asidespat. firroizo
of I
$2.83 day I
$85 per mo. . per N"'., cMfnl riMt. Ml 900. wlm port with curved drive, sodded lawn. Excellent *! ItylM fv Vie .. weel.d let. Tlpk.n. 172-7070 I
toM loran OH WHJ11IP

$90 per mo. . $3.00 per, day IT'I .RIAL ISTATf. CALL down location.payment Immtdlate FHA.'/ no occupancy down payment with small.VA. 0 e .Will...IIt'Monnod mttrlH'llvlno a work.m iron. frvntaf* el' 441 ..... B fir T Terrazzo

$95 per mo . $3.16 per doy 378-1521 Located at 506 N.W.J 34th St. ('''* Inamid b* ...nvtol LOT.. ......H..- Company I 7J- ,
proud I. llv. sill pod eftoc.JKN
$3.33 day I"lhr: .= 0.k50Wm. CALL YOUNG AMERICA HOMES Dries Woit on N W. ttlh :
$100, per mo . per ,..A.ilcio.MvIn00 AtL pest 5t/ own Iprkit b> Do Yet, P.0f IroktrColl 2'05NIItkDr.Fkw I
lei nett.... ... o10n III ..... m-UII *r Com InW n 2-0111
LtItkt5 372-7070 I f.. ....... N. W. IJth It. II 1

; CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR j
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IS H..... f.r Solo, mm Hkuioil Eel Isle Thra aid PI.riN bodroom.ram 5 tem.Cenh fur.N.a HI hobo. S a '

THkl kodroom, f.mlly"77cmltocotod I I.. end air, _"1e I... Ov50 1.. 1I I

L FREDARNOLD cillint' m|I.,.*-cornor. convonlontt .... In- Ca i'w'end..Ne. 101"'..IIIMI rotpOlIotlul. ,

alibis ft OhOPpInf PMAtlnoncln horn o'.l h' f ,:"klt.IV
*. Th* Jima. Comptny. day, 4. *t
P1,0003711101. :14th "....

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alllnn pan& dirs.y .... N.. 4 bidroom. I bald I
C'1"-r wit: lunury homo In lno prlvoto I Is.
., .. ....
: REALTOR 5100.. I'.. taSt/bin lick YanRrd 5.110 11050 .11.
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Planaa Only
lull'.1n 5111505. 314300. M 410lass 001lroplac. '
COMPACT BEAUTY l17 sir men5r ''ncl_ tats and 'S.
0410 dews 511. $75054 mnWhly In.cludse ktOorsOCl All I city carlvar1.1c51bunt. I ,
,... ad IMurMde N I ; hi O. I. Hitch***, UN I ....._ "- 04400.,_ VP15.5. t k# J
'Qu.IlIy Oar PHI titre nlc. 7Mdram. down VA Ui Own PHI InMiudoi ...oty .... 1Huts h. N.
I. liVtr roan1, p,0h, cioilne'' pots h Bo'woroi > *. .,.,,** Oaod
I 11.Ors kmiy Widiwod. NomJhi Ins 1 00 N.I, lilt llnofJ7.7 duclnf prooorty ond N.NLColt I r1r
too* MtMorhood. Just Iliitn. 7I. Pordyc* UoIUo.Plvrld .
nil J1-UM todi,. .
4 BEDROOMS JWK N.this II."... I -.
room, oionty oloroi*
''ct. Pay 1110
lot of ipoc' el. bMiittful kltehtn lor** w oood >
Ilk. ant oftir mill dawn *oymont. sod Mothin
."Only"....I run Wludod old.. orpotind Utility 372-8404 tot M.Only.. n1,0400.1m.. Coll Pordyco ''

room tar soul it"'ro* or ..,. 170lHt.FORDYCE j
j bodroomSKYLINl" OWNR WANTI 4* carry till Nnoncln t. Ii
on thl'* mooonry tints
+ LITTLIWOOO .NIn. 110015 .Idol ._'" till
i' .....lIIul view. family ream. Control co,... from Piney kchol. Two. AMOCIATII, INC. I
lr, baths, hardwood strip" 11_" cor.nor
.I mnmrry ilyllnitut
llvlnf M IfO bolt navy tot with llv.*.. Iron ond .... APoM.oCtsnW I
I corpttl thrUfu Only OUOM closed sr Horvoy lonton Dudloy' OouidonO
with MOW down ITMMi tar 1ASr to OilY and Miy to own C. Os Dick, leaks
I opoolntmontFLORIDA' In till Llttliwio or**. Throt bod- Prone** Mouh ureic OwldonfM
I rooms two 1 "vln' ( ullol LWlhi Salter l
.,..,..* homo In PARKA o Wilt' *r*.. and room..1 slay "house tr the chll'dron : I. W t 1I
Quality built Plrooloco *ln.lnf Anon s 4V. VA ......, ,
mom lmll: room, lanai ko inner, b Cory flo>'IM'* in townoymont ;N
norm sat ....,.. Your fanny end ascend nwtiiooA
would 00 *roud t* Mil till horn. ,....... ,r
., nil till fle will surprise. you *I YOU Muses for nil throo HllGHn.of
bedroom the NorthMiltW l odniN
RARE FIND hov II with, Plwld. loom,
.bock ,.r4. cornor ltconvonlont Dilr
foncod Throe Wile
.IIt lor
Ilk 'tic: on llwno' Arm. MlohWIHl I JOOdoo t* ......1.. *"IIoclloOli. Only .... pit.N. .
IW frcnl by'
V MO trow.with ,.._ wo would I N hippy is W. 43rd a 11... milli ...
ohow It t* '
you Pap If eatoiSvlOVO 4
Bolt W
I THINKINO of "bulldlniTff HIV leSIon
ooon RidooModt looutltul
ARNOLDREALTY you high wilt drolnod tots Ill Invrovorwitl PIO' MAtON l .I .Ir
mooMbU prkH.. A. W. PLITCMIR
Multiple LIsN.q M.rnNr
I Ills W, Unl. An00w J71.J511
Ms.ciataet' JaM C.I..II' I I ...1.1It 'It,
Jim ...._r4 *>. Kilknwn N. Milot II. tsMM 'II Lo10AssoCATIst .
p. W. Modoo Jimmy' 0 .
Woltor lloddord' I I I ,ley, MothiooM Iron
DIOICYOOY. 051 ffIttI'

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Chamkrsly .50.nlot ts10ids.

IM* Mm lor I*irocloul tlllod with conlomwrk anMnHntio -- I! Just Imagine that

.rsry 54r 0.00,5 we wse
NOW oppilolod are with
kltclwn. nd I
loundry entry
...._ MnV I* IM oirvk on.tronco .
Thr or* Ohms boo i
awns Wi'"a asMMNlna. ctosst. YOU ARE r HERE!
fOCllltUO PHM two lUll tllodbotru
and o tor ell drooiln*
era III mo mouor Kiltof Ithie
0 Oerm50 1"11II" lean with

J O mlly.iperO55 room d10100:.awn* flroolocond N0., O Just imagine you ere standing in the don .f J.H nw home yea're .... .. .tare the tHug. teem where your family will hove many happy :

koovlltul'L* ....*. .* till NtslimTN too.. hears .....,,11. marshmallows In this trouble free Inpbce. Rich hand ribbed Mebefmy p.... ....rick ond. glass, window well arse make this roam

I wltn m inothol two cor ... e .oiecereter's .....11I. In the kitchen ,.u'U find lifetime fleers, curved. .....,Iee. ,.,... saunter tsp k Ht-in. range, end even with eikeutt had.

:, rooo end roor MtM will ton and indirect .
mast I OMkjMM P".. to Iff ntlttfGenerel

P/. :. 1-.., NW ,nn ,,. er main bath with vanity / colored Iljer' features / cert Iron I tab / skvoieme. lighting / controlled ventiletieii / a women's makeup

The CharmingRANCHO center / .defused. even flew lighting / scrub proof, wets er of.>melnttnoiiice, free .II.T..U covering' / ceremic tile skewer.

i UXURY f (US INCLUDl! GRANDEr Mister bath He,.'. yew p...ete bash with BuiltoJreeilef. table cad neatly well to ...mirror / fe cal air dlucteo) bat wM Indi*.

.. Mwel and thermettet controlled" hating that ecu maintain en even toMSMNtvre tkrejkeiit the kerne.Leree .
i i t .e $?tN.lse Pssl a Ri.rdNMe kern aM II, I- St rw11..
o Adrw N Nsob 1005045 OCtrl M otO lilt Nni.. 050.1..1 P.00. irHIMy room leedinf. eff kitchen with leHiioJry eeoj dryer toclll tin.
,1.0000100M $10.100 110D.V10.
I C..oret Ak Cn4.U S L.asd.y Brats

troroo* k fi <**rk M B>** Chut* OM NW tm PV Other eutttendlefl model .,.. let your edmiretiooi. / VA buyers .ly $100 me.o. yea I. / PHA lewest terms ...ile....
1 f fo J r rMltq Are.t UfkHd IM.w.llui

:" PHONE 376-4456 L.t ut- give you en ..,lmato America
on contfoctlndj your Young

,t I FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT nw uitom homo.CanGvrakJOfV.q.
(14H. rS.rrl..lSALU McCoy

;uon.w. I Ilk IT.- UA MWY. 441 or AT VILLAGE GREW

, .. tilltkr Bros. IUILBIRS Off** Cbtllod 0* li at N.L JOtt. AWOJIM erf N.L IJHi Street ..... 3727070lill.
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40 ....._ ,..,.rtIet 42 ,.,'," fr Ac. .. I 41...... b A4n... 41 ,......... APh.P0 4. HMOM lop KM! u..... 41 l *mi rt RoutLAKOI
51 Mlee. ....... lell'-
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&INESS and Juiced proa. IIMOH 80 ACRES Q I U 1 lud'iow' ........,. II>olio<.. A MALI *TUOnPUHNIIHIO .00101 _II IJO p.r .... 0.00155p W MO. 11_ <,.,.,o. .... putt Spsslids I
r NW otll It Mil Mil, IOOMor .p.nnNM Wm (0140 N 'W In4 Tar. P/1mw/ 11. .. the city. 001.1..4. oan11.?.. TRAILER 'I .
build to wit tonont Oil !M- I.Ah II Nowbnry Sn0 Well rII PI" 5.501P10.0 175.18740 =- : = .: ::: 4111 1.1570 t ,M. SIP .. ins ....... 35, NI I'dtt Can Manare-i SPACE KoilaurantTRAILER fOR REN r. W.$ICUITT U.1y' .UILOINQ Ave. 51,51 Claw v"'lil.., .-IUIUJlNI-- ,.CM.....1>.0.
Ul 41. Mealy rolling. with oaaiitltul 1211W In4 $0ro.I.A 1st /. : 373.0* .. ._ III
.. I
Office Monrttiomo .
Isc Air Call
= "t"-- $ NOV.
,. Par : 1 IPJ with' shop and ratngwaiorMl "" 4
lorg. troaa. Portly cwwoJwitablo SPACE tar. elk,.... ,. 11II.. 415.1003.
OMullfyl Jeniferomlce
1. 41pwlurr. perking.
ranch mm plonty .
tar P R7113. par '10 Ingle room lor worlllngmen. '
41 .. ..... 1_ poMvro or lormIn >
*. Inorol lovoly ..... ItlM.Only Will Mm and gds Apply ot 519 NW 3Qf Av. wely "'." .."'Ic.. Uiaof POP. M NT OMiloMo. Coll PP." MeMor Km leAte 10.000 H. 1.N.7oulMnoj.
ovt t1181m5005. loll 11515! 41ILLN forego .*.. 44 NW ....... Ill NI Ing A_ PhoneROOM m MONTH ,OJ 03500.Two W VlMv Av.
4 15.5.0. 1 1110 05... A/1S 5,6 IM por ocro. Halt CWI M ...., o roal b.y N 111II M. Nowbarrv. Trallar ,.... fNl137181.5"Prin
511010. 11? 3711011. .=
and I mo.
14.1.5 ron/M 37150u17, 105 11 KIALTOP.yaar, Nmm. I I IAPP Iod.,. mtrlutPOP.DYCI Phon. )76.5924 4' R. w For Rent Nowbarry. PlaJIA -.$ "p5/ _,...., llrotcl par M o-atit or .. r. ,*
/romp.. 705 11.00 N 1. 3rdAn. NIWtfP.4)V a ASSOCIATIS. INC WITH PP.IVATI lATH'farl.dy Ml .... If. to ooch Office .7" Mint M

.. .Will 314 0111 0.1.N5NMr 1st An so. PN a0.rtlrly. .5 n. W. un"iALT011, MM. 4< UnfojmUwJ Aato.I TO UIINIU or. p00/.1.010./ 501.Mull .. On owe to,I4.fro.. Floors homo 371.4754.wllh widow 1 W......] T, ..... V klj! por NW.month em ..each.. Nationwide teceiod
oo Rm odl M bitn.IUS
4 aim, Ac_ t. W. largo "-... NW loll.m (t. CaH J7ttt4. P.OOMINO' HOUSI h.. room ..alhawo ,..'_ P R 4-UI4. 14 ...OHM*. 0.111.BE .,
loaal for country komoi 4* .. OUPLIX one. munon. *. I '.UIN1WOMAN 105505 III...
lor m.l..h.dMt
...,. 41 Critroo Pi *.*** .. NICI ROOMS _.... Intl. KllcOon .... .
Kris appro W al 44WN.MARYMOELLER 11.41.t5 1180. NIC* and Man.N ( ordwblo. .,1. P.ont J1 orr mo Utll wslolo a .1840 1 was.1r 54 lonlowM. Rentalt YOUR OWN
far b Ac..... _II"'. LIo.N. 111011 01.15, aoto. HHHt or _11 Sv$ Off Stroll pormntAnlanno pneno .,,,_ C.,' mm*. $
n n0.. I,. 1k'"II.' 31 MOVI IN wimmd.NIAK Iv.... HI M ind PI Cellj76.77:4UNIVIP.SITV BOSS
ACNI' 1111 1 154 Now CCI I __ 0s oof*. Coll 371.1511PURNIID 90. I or I.molo .tudonli, uoptrdatamtn $13411. 0.r.0a1N Is. r5d.
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/su., I mllw from .... Mm. LAW doss p.ym5.1. Ls..40.0. ./. CAMPUIN 4._ wnalo u Olllro. Pr* Prolouor 4 family DAN BYRDJ76.8268.
*. $0.. 1y ystr .. PJOOMI 118 klackifrom vote 5t,0Kt a 5100. AI, 1..d. (J mild.) wiM ( Now American OH Company wig. 10001 ,
1.0105 lith Torr a wo.atantlal
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='X:, 0 7., .p.c.s :''::: McCoy lulldor,. 11170154 ........ ..". N.1 "I" C.ll JTo-IM c__ m SW...,lot. "_ 518515.' 2ft NW 10111 It. """ ". I or 4 .* mast wlrlaonl. ....,.. Italian aj..ollaai' .. OctoMrIt.
atlor I MalaFOP.
',ke '11..100.. J. W. REALTOR doy 17t.n4nHftH 0015 lor 1114405. 5? 1.05 p40os1. ...,. Old'. CLIAN ...... Isrwo laski. iwal P. 0. .M lllt Unlvtip. LAN01 1I. Nulldlr0 TOM. atatlo. to .MMIM M'tcont
f .8"1dI A_. 31 N. MV.M101CM. 1000W. .. A0.. 14IOHHOMf IXTP.A NICI I.R. Maitor I' 14 018.5. 101.1. ........ C.I. Oamoi.1110.. loato. *i Tor 1.1$ I 4>-fl': = M the .rayho n* tut D.
F...... .R X14' ._.. ..
I W KltcMl oqupood., Avtll.obio QUIIT male jya.344t Cloia-in Nl ...".... Avo. PPJ 40.15.POP .
I a 1 bMrovni,OI"'J. M I Oct. 1CIN U a-IM roan .11" ..m1.5'Ic.05 1.11. P.IIPONIIILI PARTY dotlroiI 0411110005181805055.1. .
: anorPOUR _'.'01,. Lace led or 4 I. tamo M NI.. NW .
MoiiaMo $7051 a W"MOU.I PIN P115M5PrNwMA415u
C'II--I .
lilt Av*. small Mymmonthly .. .. 01 NICE qUiet bodroomi for __..
MONIY MAKING' POULTRY I, aero* ..... from heart ot cam WINS 500 114 A In Mr.Ol .0150. CII' .1054 _rill, .HI"" --
VII..I..TY I, '''.101 Mymontl tit to Ml. bedroom aportmont 'In Mw pua. Ptmne P. 4-Mlt. rent Phone FR 6-7577 __lll4 (Ml._ 373.100 I Cull J. P. Porrn*. V4-IIH._
545 5411 Nlr N0s 1 Km maw.v _,_. I aouk. AIM komoi kullt on your M berry loeal tor aoverU. .,...
Ir110 Ie 0011. 1 try lieu... .1.0004 w III ,....... vim, M down ........... PlO eonik Can 4 ejyiet Ml air
., INN ...ION.. I teod ilorag Wm, coaling ruomo H Km. _I. e: IAPP hlAkTOPJ, : ...... ....| WI IUILO ON YOUR LOt ANYWHUIIN PLOMDA1........IW
ads Ml lion otwtomont bomt PI. 473.15.
T.5 Nrop1.s41. 131' ........ 3 bo* lOU
nom voryrhlng goal
-3000. a 5.011 0.1.00 1.m..N N1ro._ Coll M-tor Midi ond appoint, I IImIN, ; :: .....IIvYt.. 'C: 47 18.511. ... .... ,_

0.11. IInI Clod. T. z.. "ANOU 17N12J.

1 e .013.0 ...-.. PS C.. J.C...AogI..RIAL.".'.(IJTATf_roktrO ..,. Nr Homo.. Ouontv. Throo Hugh 14,0.lowordt... t MD.At lu51. 111..1 5150501/MOO"N... 131 If 55 155 5100 0001 011 Mull wilL?, 5..h1Ow n Ph.174d114 IInDIUNDER BONE RDOF ? 1

4<04 N MI im st rum tit-tnt I '00 low* down n or MX will,pr irronoo mwili Hrmlo >imU ..33.P1150114110

I tuit ouyor. Lototo -otf NfISIh 3 1R. CCI Los
(,..... Mann III. =
A 'of home 110,15 ._..... Ind.PM =:1"l; P110,1 PR 4 "
a ,. ,. $ '
gem 17."" lA.t CARPORT J LAIIGE BfDP ''M .
1 71011 1.doem 15154 110015 55.glow ON YOUR lOT
41-1 COLORED RENTALS !5.S 1st. 0.71100. \R,, HOCII UTILITY I lATH' .
in a beautiful setting )76-2615. .'

NOW RENTING S e. turf ho,... eorftCf 155.roll = c 11W .IM .
COC8P.IO yltta madam I IIlanTVoe d.p181 1.51131' 5' 5.000005 500,5011,
4pt.MN.N. .Mrps IIvl1.5.04 Call 6-4323.

::: msdsr5. NRcha, wNll 155. 1 IIIII Mort 5. Arc40. 5d I
eterage cMoeti were*
... .... .
M Moor*. tIle. koine, apac hee 4. 110105 1/. 5551 $
,r and .hat ..... neater. tacM lor eft....... 'urn. a woII". 0 .
Mao owning' machine., *H 5374 from C5011. V4.123.IMMACULAT. '
'flrl, loo ot N I. I1410TK. I I. N' 8I
or can tor appointment ,.... 00.5181.1? I.... pits,
San or 3>*.53?>. ..... Our .011.51''L C.'I' lor 1500.PN .
14751 s1051 4 ..... Nlly ant
44 CMH *w t.*t Mmlms' ws111ls.
x'0. Ii
1*. kltcnan porch ,.... ulH tun.M .1 Ms.. to8511 URfw15.ALACI4UA Nit
pr mount City ....... Itllion r
Hlway 441 tovin acrou or-. I II ,,_ c."
1 e flll'UCI ".. Pw11t" P111uS. 06f.010I pin. 11054.1 05.. No pots. tool I AMAZING SQUARE FOOTAGE-Will IUILD THIS "SOUTHERN BELLE HOMi" ON
SPECIAL SHOWING 5.M eftll'-' $41 ..... Car 110I,.
'ANILID FAMILY 45 ,_...... Ap1.. P011118004443103.tT01
YOUR LOT ( Does Not Hors to Be Approved)
ROOM 1.6 SUNDAY I .tory 105.11. I ..5.I :
COUNTRY CLEAN Excellent locotlooAvallaolo MthM Ills. ..,- slid
i Oct .. IM Nl 5tn Awl. ='=: ...,.... PR .2n1. ? I itMs

KITCHIN A morvtloui home worthy of CeI..t. MIN h .5y E.R.Iq ..d. M w........... .I......
1 CENTRAL HEAT tTORY. 4 rooms a \AI 1.00N.O. MOMIS .
: your meticulous inspection at ( I BRetreol rams 19.11 .1111 ..-. 9 lE. 4141s .-..... ... .
CINTRALAIRCONDITIONING 'from c.-: ClN 1 0R wiN .1? 5.1101.00, ... LOW 1r $99 9 0 I
NW 36rh ftrroc. just off 373.7575 lor dutonmontn 011015.n.. .r.1I. Maly 510104. e liwl. Ml IVl kctkgIxL -
t II"CIINCY A..nM.NTL RN 541d.. 5121, P1 5.5. 3.1515 MrS boil. sv.N111d EINb.
O LOW TAXIS N.W. 39th Avanuo Pnone m 310) / a 11 ,5.00 Ow 5.15 ,., 0r5 : :6300 I
p 43.00. ..-,... .... 1 1180. 0 e 1031. r m u.s ,v ..IN.1 .155 hp-.Nld. .
IN WALDO large bocI,_ endcompitte 5110.. .. ..- W"E. SUbl11M 0wulI .
: tltchan' and bath e.r.40.I1M. 2 r kbjk loUlee
WIMBERLY ESTATES port 1 3710105, 5015501.. P0,5115 15N.:.51..4porch.. 00, 951. : I h wall
M. ,541. 5111 54th/y. v
Uoy Myrlck lullder 0515 1w. /N NW 500 II. 110_ (I..IS bldl.o-dI... *W. Ah lulM Aiywkcra In ....... I
ROOM lor rant llnglo. To upoor.cloMrnon m.N .0",. PR ."". !NMI b.5..N 411.184. L.L ....... M.IN Ie ,
1r I Appointment 372-5689 I, Comlortoblo, Initnictor. or automatic I.I I.II.Id NO.1 Ms.. ONChM Io.lppt 15115.54.1 0..w... E.en1w 8101I I

V nut "".227. 518 p1 505
t 1114 NI 511I II.115 OIl m I.CII

"17.MdKMnsy.r/51 .RMIIML VI _S e IP YOU CAII't cows 1I-1013. T"I' eourou .
: aolooM 180001 Al tow As E i
we 11105 smrd nlet N.WI N,
NIl?. P4.55 dill PMdyp .1 N.W. 4th TIIIACI .
A111. 175.131040.15 ...:: I :1.1
.015. 5.I OAINtSVIIt ILA.U .

to I..dwrcMo.Il MN ""'acnool.. fir 'and- clt inap. I II HAMI .. .. .. .......... ................ ... .. .... .
iimllont oolohoirli oodi
J pint| J par m. Call fH aim. ITIII'.. .. .. .... .. .......... ..... flL. ... ...... .
I SR. CM ratrlf'N'w root tor CIfT.......... .. .......
rant too at loll A.. I ..... .. ..... "AYI....... I
t c THE REGENCY 3-bedroom 2bath. Full brick foyer double Call .collect. AvlH' Wltlmort Oct. I. .,.... PtMyor o I 0. tot_ 0. Let C I D. N.I Owl My 0wtI Let

carport. 1 1,435 square feet. Huge lot with room for stable -To QUALIPIID PINION I C S.e4 1.u'.II.I.WI' 1I"'Ata I

and corral in rear. 1736 NW 39th Drive $19000 10% I I ... 1 .1005. I" .0lv ._..._....,.. 3105 N.W. 4th Terr. . . . ,
Sir .1041118.4 5M '1 I
1, down $122 per month. 1131 ..... POs SsN .11. PHONE 3727401N.E.

THE POWELL 3-b.droom. 1 ft-bath Oak floors central iW I M.. I I bam..",'.415.5 IIM.M CI 5.NW (OINI) PARA/ ..

heat full brick large WOODED LOT. $14.000 $500 t II, I SN11.IP NW '114. Jon INS Nmo4l Owe twnlnool CoMad MIL PARAMOM
down $86.49 per month. I !>? I 1ttIt.. I2M NW limMARYMOELLER I IAve. .... Ir>r4ll. .


"WE DON'T BUILD HOUSES.j.WE BUILD HOMES!" lilt w.P050470OR Unlvonltv' **

For quick free Information .1 at no obligation toll 372.2527 / 51117R nouoe wnti Move
or 372-6441 evenings ....... Kim lea at 1'M NW
Hot Avo Can i/MMt efer I
You can depend on ,* .m 004. PY000 ......... AnyNMS. .... a

THE" JAMES COMPANY sON j I'I1 15N/ Of J".I:!= Double Your Back!

-- rst.d bells 1011 .... Call /R 4 Money
901 WALDO ROAD "...

'The littl. builder In town" INI I g.*. .Mull 500 tnoWr.
Pie. IK per "" .* "
/....... P1. _.."j.. .KJ
416715.III .

Read of our unique offer. .

"We consider post-sole service

II I .r Here I. the mest IMMJIM new Is... .f .r M Oelneivllle' builds
I ,

r-L1. one of our most important "" ,Inc hitter?. We ere se ,"", .. ,." w''" 1..Uk* ew. new M.I .

I!' : 1

FlerWe line el .......* l. Vlllefe Green Host we will' give.
1 4 functions that's why 25 satisfied :

I. yen Je4jMe your |1S ...... ...."..... fee back M ye. ere ':"': ..::::o-.... \

} a mu "' lit 111511.
customershove M
purchased I net c...'.... lOti.fl. ) ...., teeing ejr msdel kemes.* ,=, ':.g-5050-
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s I .. ..... ., ...- II

c more than one home I lme Jls', re ke cemeJefW. Nevemker I, 'H4$t. .::..""::w5.MM. 510011.14.,...

1 I $000. 185.

r from us."

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What is "post-tale service"? the Swim Club and Community

Well, it's many things to many Center is a popular exclusive extra

y builders. At Kirkpatrick and .

0.1 Pienon, its right at the top of

the list of necessities satisfied But, you don't have to take our

customers. Contact doesn't stop word for it. Why pot take just a I

when the sale is closed ill few minutes today to Inspect our I

just beginning. homes and our community close

up' Talk with a friendly salesman .

That's one reason why.... con without obligation. Our model I : o

boost so many satisfied customers home is located on NE 3ht

Among me more than 400 Avenue To reach it, drive north

I families at Highland Court on Main, turn right at N C. 23rd

Manor many of them ate now Blvd. and continue to N E. 12th;

living in their second Kirkpatrick St. Turn left and follow the signs.

and Pienon, home and some You'll be glad you d-d1! ,I

are even in their third!

From, down INCLUDES .

Service, after the sale is only port 395 !t.HA
of it, though. Highland Court
Manor residents ore satisfied for D a iltcllldu lerfe Imyiwreel Ut .....1.

many reasons The lots are large, r- $100 down VA totel. c...liMKl KMcke lUe'ient Meet Oerefeer I
the homes or. beautifully ,designed
Cerfert All M.... Cemtnx.
and well-constructed all "
city services ore available, and BvUder. b De......" : '65 Per Month leel Pleas w.... T......

.. fleers. Avninf' Wtodjewtrennice _

.4Jee to... .10155.ecc c. .. dj VdMitle _
) e. ]

.... 22 Models From $11,250416,900eny Inef feoj Ceiltnfe AN Caff

:Soles Office sad MoM Home .Open 1:30-6 p.m. A. Servkee.Village .

Highland' Court Manor I ,I W EDWARDS HUGH

- _Z:=4 Mew 1 I be'swim club community Iyy j jr Qtcc* INC. ;

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2N9 N.E.' 15th Street its '
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Sun Sunder. October 4. 1964

S6 66 Mho. For Sal. 70 Iwh-MirtiM lajula.ICUIBA IS ....... .. fW Said $S .....WIet hr Ie"fOIt ".
5101.1CNI 84 H.w.ldd Galt 64 H-wl .....
'HIL D 21' Work ...I. WIll vlAR, MW UnK I 'i AUiT'lt HIi"L.T ,,.., ,. "" IAL. III _". f..
TRUNDLE B.ds LONIJ _bl. w!dl" ropo+, m,'ello f... I2S eooh. Ol ClOthM ..,. rpylaN praouSo .ago, 510.. I 15,1w.snow, goad (55,01.Hal. P 191135
and mol/nrw. lack wrought' Inn. Ins slant Iniplo' width. m Class. N. Goad coal .... Ill VI-IMI Cal. Ronnl at Mn or f4..7111 \Dintne Poa50 eor,.. IN IfM RINAULT Oeuphln '
lean 1111515. coed up/lol.II" Ill Ml MS Hlh' Ava.PR .nd McCoy Lumbar. PR "'. 'JI NI I.'h A... 4 wood
Call :374o3N. 1003t1. any "......,....... hooter wlndonlold '
1 S wMa a .and Bumf M ONI Twin..'.. llmmonl CorroctPMturo 1031 NE lah S7r.A500RTID I MAION IFaCIAL Will IfM CARTIR Crass llVk n., 05NP ItM PONTIAC Lomonl _'11I.. woUwi. nod mllei. Cal wode
> antrl n onlri firm km oprinn.IK. $00.0 81 510555uo G' only. L1VM5 room UK .IoIInIM motor. 00155 troll.N. In porlact cond. will' Mcrltk tar Com FR MHI otter 4 P.M. or
"% no) i M.5fy..5ae IMC cond. CHI :i?. >44l. .,....... N Inc_ I pilcu 146a LP MIATIH, plus OW galf ISO orl,... Now cool CIprko autaft HI*. Tarn may "bo or.rongod. nytlmo let. *. Inn.
S lot, dab iprlngl. f* s m cyllndon. pin _lilt nor- .. Fit KW Nit t-JO .
opus J3 h.INn, PNm. room pal, Soil Thli to a can.p1011 : 41 Chevrolet" porkwood wooon, altos
1 ,4 MAPLI dining room ...11.. Ilk. now, ruMMr miftriM, oil wcoiior Inlallatiab road, N h.a .... ..
pww cal economically, oil for Mo.M total rlf III food .11. Can ItM COMIT Cyclono." $10..4. R*> air 11,1(9. S T U D E N T SPICCIAL
t I511*M **V .kite Oan round mtmilan tobio char.011 with f0'mica .....11I..,.. ImpKlkM..,. N.l(Inlay. 'IIITit. coot (only MI.U down). J 7. 01111. "It 10.13, H. Mow MT. uw owity, or '5O Plymouth, ported coal
fop. 4 mate'S ray t I MM PROPANE LP OAS god vied cad ond too *vrooymonti. 43.0C pwor M mill/ Mil. Phone
2144151. Archor Rd.. FR. 4-1111 72 Offtca I...1,..... 371.1501. ,. 54005.'N .

"ft, W.M.< t* 1.yWANTED t GRIIN Wool C......., ooor. MAHOGANY .... Md .._ rt'pp5estlrod .( PLYMOUTH Puny d. Or. 101.0Va. HUDSON convortlbM, cuitomlf_
II' a I' I 5'r'sa'. Padding' .Is.clodod. sofa .Sod and 512.0 SINGER STOP Auto. tr-. PS, RAN now 00. .......101I.11' baoutltal. with
vvma Akln. $40. Allan 1:31wady. :: Ins chair. wpnoittorid LIWMMtov tlm. Low 01'pt,. 011.0.N30. maay N1ran. Will Omit .....
All Ut and tertian Illvor0tar I 313.7531.IL "". Many Itomi h a v t. AUTO ZIG ZAGRopeosoe51d LOOK _Vnd ltor 1:KICPO1SISIIONS .1. _. $104573.
..* COM roducod tar cloorinco N..r.lyNil "" NEW Numb.r
press eats lone ml U.IIGIIIATOIi.,
C Tille
w *" hoW Mlon. largo frooilnf _...-.. lcillont ... I Fumlturo, 111 NW. WlAn tool ntol. No oltocnmont* nab READ '11 CORVAIP. 701 4 OR F.4M *u. 53 DODGE $100
*-tlML STAMP li COIN [HOP macs. ...... IM oiklPfrlco. ; Plan FR 4517.KENMORE ... Posses with goad cndlt tabs I _tic, WW tlroi rich ....11.. Motor not porloct. 1417" NW 4th A
y M W. Unlwrs11y Aw. ", Call llUMt 500 Slow. nil? clan up ...". of M ..... or poy balance ,. TRIO' I' I 81 a II/NImI fe Mro15 lot. 'AI CNEVROL/T 1 PI"'Evmkso." 81411N
IUITI-naval aoonuwd. and a ......,n. 550 of Vt Wrlto Jimmy Cro. buy lop .Haply N1cb mK/lbls./ 011. .ul.mallc. WW tI.... 55 j'U' WT5 I Vari.a2'' S50/1N
"INDIAN hood oonnlot, Lincoln* DINING ROOM Phon 372.7010 ky. 0.... Dot. Oolnoovllla, lug IMPALA 1 Dl. .1, Caltllonlld. 421515 12550. Cal :I7.m
outtof arm ..
4**, oabisaW..b popor mono) I Included. lab a Raatcad N .SoIL Prlc M Itw WI lout dart 0551stilts WW tlm, RAH PI, ft PI. All Ent W7 b./woas I AM I / PM.
fold A, Cirllon, J cMIr a 5 01415. USED rofrlf tar Mil, In oood workin lit Mils MII can N. luiad. palhhad S 5lInnccan 500 N Military "'". Univ II
$5. :37401St.
r''fN r115436f.a 5705. I. .iII 13111 condition' llrit IM .,>. It 'GIVfAWAYPRICES"Nofrlgoriun T, end PI. w.Nodoy.
HOUSEHOLD PURNISHINGS Phon FR ,.1... I .sash c.,. HI Ill IT Ok 11.1 15* ,..... ot attic mochinofy. .'la.d' END -PR
WANTED small used spinet goad slope, seam pa a ...... .-. Irouor IM IHu MW .... HKlto .. typowrlton, ,. .adding nuchlnoi" 107357. '62 VW ''E> piano. Phorx 462-1628 1 PHONE 376-6819 Vll Mad MW loll chock ., cnh roglilon,
w:1s.C. W;?. ::" :- 1' ., UI", cefcvlitar HI uMntti nodyWtMthor VOLKSWAGEN IMI, rod radioond Sl 376-8939.
w. WANTD TO WYr.11od load NIIDP.OOM N htolor. lim. Can M loon
dog at a naonabl. prla. Phanw T-A-fi APPLIANCES Ith A... I bash a K.......... N ANTENNASCsrnjIa ft. MWI of Murphrao A.... lotomont Mon. tSf PONTIAC Station W_. hy.drimitlc .
170111 or writ P.I. 1, Sox m. 41 Tutu and Ourntiod has W op Hill, dot a clulmtll /*(or IllfJ.IOOM lolMCOolC.. ell Ma. haw 505. maba and .......1.. fa Prl. I M I. or contKt loydot "Mao,,, now Mint' ft
O.liwsviIIs. Pta. Saafrqals.rstorb from Jf up teblov t c .,.' Woahort from .i ** VWlOM" mlKMI_ ItemoMim .. prigs ntvlli or IMW. wl NAVE IT. Good cond. utf. C.ll J71-7WI orMl
17 thiyit O POR QUICK lALl-VH-
61 b T... at 4IM NW Illh It.
MtcUMry .
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5 Down Iron M OfI : ; PM wniidiy lonf Ok AT IIIN. odaor. v..
Food-Prooior from *f op P51045111 ''',If, 1lo.. WILLIAM'I IIKVICI CENTER, AIM 01,5315.5 ropar I S. savlclN lack. ..tN10r, rod I whlto, .Ire POI SALE INS PORD -..
w POUT. Flint loriytr, UIwoukM > MI. I DiNwasMrs hers 014 ago Nan, will' loll cho.,. PSaa Rd. omaa11a' Ibw "mka. to,.... Loot .....,. .sad machonlcol i tot*
r* disc uno>r. $25, II TV toll from Ut up "I Codas K.,' "". 1'. 0. Sos mmiALLITATI _III.... .... Call mHit. = 7f! = for iE
i1+ v H" Hot. drill with ecu.W ... tilt JIM VOVLfl APPLIANCE.,,,. CO. 144 1 _hi 5 CeNspN.OILVIITOSI natal millly IralkK. Grand Opening Sole J. U :
Hot. drill with occti Stag lip NW tin AM JTl-UCJ: /Na 11* IdOl NW IJlh It.
TV.. pelf sow .i".M. TR. ridlo' hiotw, nrw tlroi,
pipe HirndM' W t* l'AtH, $111 CI. STARTS ll I. If 3.
Coramlc till cutter, M> t-'" DISCOUNTPRICES cIII. "._.IIIY or I Ie.& Coll fR <..7465Id tonno... 555N till ..Nor.fR ---- -- -- -----

hall iloc. molorl, M ,'., I"' PIMM FR30if.. I mum' 115wSIlvIftOna. '1. boll, trollor, and a MHP UNIVIR1ITV OPFICI' fOUIP. 611.1.
red Vhneuttor.M. FK1UM.A 550155. lrmn MIIY cIII, Stab 1 4 PAS CHICK PROTICTOR CO. PDIDNlin Wooon "51. foodtremportition
C fc. ..11...", J. D. 4 MidiXWlllanTur. tI. NEW 1105 _... aprlgllt flap OutbMT laos,. Call ""nIPM. ... va MW SIB $/. .....,. Call
... _. I, PI y M p M.
w\ saw '- ... moclu warnsnhy dd51I. FFJI-OMI mr :
........ W unddrwll .rybody. I22S. Cell NIW 4 UMD do* 4 .151 I,. AH 1153
v PLYMOUTH Its/155 W.Ooe
:61al W:1I = USED VACUUM CLEANERS wontlllot of now 001, cnolri, .''''5ry meI".. :. rn ala;I : HENDRIX J. III on< ... OHM like now i 11101. O'C''lUTfITTIII. PanleuiRp405 c.. oh es 1450 ... .

-r_ MMwI b J. D. st.d 1511(11rw FURNITURE CO. 66 Mid* Fw ..... Call m-Ttit or *Mot PARKIR'I PhonaJTMIII .
,_:torl Mao 4021751.STEPHEN NW !flh Ana otnthtt.PhonUTHaH. 711 N. Atom It.Klrkr 'L.MOUTN 1t51. out, hone
441 W. Unix. Are
:?+ CLUII sold ro/r15.,5Nrt Is, .... sara ilruclurilly: lovnd, annals. MM, f totvlc b.NN, robs11N -yIns. ";:;.
RIMINOTOM Rand cilcu- .. OoodifX
."1.. MOM rouphoiuoiy, hal "prkitlm A Iron cir
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FOSTER slip or. Do*, 111. > d ft.In. I Chili. low w .. No mMIt 'rJ4
.M eel out* "OHM, Ilka now. OM, hollow four door with OHM ..... N. I.275'/1.IIh M. all M all 5 CLEAN 1IJJ PHotwoad. CMIIIoc.
n : HEIGHTS 41 X N" worn dlvMor. "Wfroupholitorod lots toot CM podMtil. WMoftor Froo lolllmos, pickup and do.Nvory All powor AC now hoar and [ '
HkM a -, bod sofa taki tlDMr or torn PR .. omrlc All work ..,,_ oyilom. Mljhoit. attar i
a Lxetad M N w. irm Place I with chilr N IR oultM canvWo 4231 Phong 1141714ng.R.posseu.d 71 Maldal M.nA.III.. ovor SIN or IIM and tabs up
.m it. Now brick llamas wncMWtructlon. rubbor H5 mlttrmn> twin bodl 121N with 55.1 loom rflnlohod TYPIST copy. ItoWtr, iWi refl,.. poymmfi of Mf a par ..... Can
Pick your load wood tool ft M. irntch.In 1 Mud wood lyplrt cnilr, 117 l.. Automatic ACCORD/AN. M Mil wry golf Wt-ltn AN/TIMI.
a colon, ot*. VA ft 'NA Trm cmlra Mil thins coMnot caiiont, ".Ite.... ""k.... 111. in ":r" :: Itltehoy it* uf don cand11150. Ps. "lIIcrlt' T..1l1tCOlI" FORD IPS '01" _. 4 ... auto \ ONE'SDRIVING
IM. '' IIIporch I ,.. : 1 bull, IaI .LSPINET
123 M1 M a Ml Htn T" darn A. cond11Nas. tram oncollent condlllon I ownor. -
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w rockor til Wi Soya all' M. _" Cal MM l11or 1 "..M.It" .
WALNUT CONIOll ITIRIO n5 pad SNance pal.M5ar. PIANOS
; Capital .ull....... hi*. Sold...mI,...,... 17K050.UIIO PoullnCi" 1421 I.Univ. 1 ula, 1121 new 553. Csil, 3761177 (wing MocMn .lorvlc t tuna ptHW with matching' VOLKSWAGEN, porfoct condition
".W. 171II Floe ft 4m IlroHCM Aol al M,. K'...... II W. T Co Mnhdhsi sold 140 warranty, ,.. ttiravohout. mint Mil. IR'
.t' -, I7MMI or IToJTN 14 cu. It. N1,,,. with MO GriaS C.. sit 1 W. Univ.. *.... M.n" A..eoroiln' at 1771 Can owner I
r. rota 101 'Ib. hating compart.rmnt STOP HI PI _.... r' Oooomonwookor '. Grldl., Music Co. Harold lv_ 37.,07.
Vory atlrotilvo, savor |l lvM In KorloM, __.. Hrc 0.11111 Mop I71-WI I M7 ff KDt I door. Air _..
i::: rnomont* .,11I., nwrt Ml,, Itltod .re" ,. Call _
... will wcopt 5.06 ottor. CHI FR i LOOK new o>o 5. Ctll 17i...,.now 1171 WILL f,......, fe ra"50oibli pa,., aowor wlndowi, R1H. Nfi.
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READ Iawe Pic* uP' 'poymonti of Wur.IlUor .
ELLA'S CERAMICS SOW 51.. *dr.. .1 lr can
i pkMf Piano trodo pock
N.w Hom. Th'' II dune of Iltoflmo' M di115Nd. pews .,_Int. 5 w'wIran.
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pound a motion,
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: in M low w.* don't dor* wtimom lid' .. ".,.. A... FR .5U1 mint wa hiv a plan' fa fit :J72.tOOI.
any MUST +
It* mil Mil MYIRI PUMP, 11 .... tonk, bill M W. U.... A... J7MMI. LAC 4 or* kjodod, low ml'3723111. '-. w woa
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WESTVILLANW M plow of attic mochlnory Phun 376-2580 'PINIT Ploma (now) ooglnnlnf' atMM. nw N/s? Phono
.Suburban HfJghtsLMm (typowrltori adding' mocMma ....111 imon Grand flans '11 IUNIEAM Alplns. lacailmcool. '
chock aratatfori calls naliforo QUAILS for tol liv. ordr.d. MS*. AIM molnor truck load *l .. 1110 lftN flmM y ..,,.. -
Ram cila/liton, llli ciMnoti) roodyW Mm Mm Hoary neultt' pionoi Priced ,""'). Cell .
:=: 16th A" Dining Doom fe III PKood 4812574IN fully' fuwMNMd arrival ...... '64. Nw .
Z Mated lolraimDrMiIntRoim 01.... II I7S; IMI PORO pickup Wo .Invlt yw t* vtolt" M tar .11 Impala
ry. novo M mokM all mdolt truck. ( .. Mth Ml food your nHnlcoi/ noodi.tlUIAN'l 2,750 ml $2600. Call FR6M05. .
.t 37th St. m Fomlly tom D*" wnothor H-l loclrlc. or moiturij hip*. Will Mil or trod*. MUSIC Stool .
: :; I Uu urloui .III' r.built or now. wa NAVE /IT. Pnan" OII23MM 111 II hi ......
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md Pool low "...... lint condition. rollttr. M. Call Ira ..... w. lust rs 1lu.d anotb.N I7'l Pnana _1361.It. .
*. IcroiMd-M twlmmlnf PR J-44U altar I M '..M.1I..o.5111.ID load of gold Mad uaah pl.Ills.
:: WALTER STUBBSInc. Wal.Ss.WIIl Carpal hap oo1N. ... your potation 57 POACH COU,.. comolltHy
Z Control, Hiif and Grand Opening Sale Z'O' lAG now MIstS tnoy ... ill .....", ..c.lion' cnlltlnfhrouanaut.
... Air CandItiaSIlItI.FRED .coIlInI ealdlll.e 1154 /IIeII 0. aon*. Tormi for oil BAINISVILLI It* It llll NW THl
:- 511/01005 wllaut MUSIC CENTER, IMJ W.Unly. PI. 1 P.M.
MASON OFPICi, EQUIP' 1.01101.5.. 55.,1 M SuttonW msa.pss Avo. Pimi.IIION a OLD air. turboctiiraod .
,. MOM 375-5394 4 Fal CHICK PROTICTOP. CO. Me. Rotlobl, gory la Moumo otoctrk anNor and Promtlr John
PHONIFR2H40.FR tm MW 4m ... I I piymanti et ".1'. twin r* mpllflor, Ilk Plorotn. PR M74$ *r 101 it IIM
2-1111 Cradll A4luitor 372-,.... Do""* now, Prlet' 1171 -,..,*. NW
3' IIP sat 377.1215Automotive VW I,M OILUXI with, rodH. aMNN
carpot ctoonlof
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.. .w .. Ask Ai..l Our SINGERSLANT..Q.MATIC omH M* (.Wo Lwlra C'"j food condition, c...... .

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.. ... or II. McOmMI Furnlhira. Phoo. FR 2-3477
I rtw A_. 7 me 115, dab. wady.minp ailnnvMa' Inopplng Contir.M .
..''IIIn.... .ii-.. Mokn bvf. FRII2IR ehtlF IS cu. ft. Cad> 71 TRUCKS fOR SALT 1163 YMGUTH P/a11N W_ d
__ onhoft., MW an button Mind I ipot used I m*., '111, rallowiybod dr. V.., A.T.. Mtor, powirIlki
llama, .... Pay ",. at II* or douMo, lili ittomor trunk., stoInNS. now, a ml awl *l
= .Mi* up ...,. of 17 air n*. 4 111001, ISi aocklna trunk. II 56 FORD pK -up trucR..dy V-S. '11f.. CHI 171-3151 imr t P.M.
= COMPARE ton'l coll/ wrlto Jimmy c...- cu. ft., Hi 1 01 Ft, lotktri, II fur hunling _..... Call and ill diy ..,. ft. lun.hootor. .
I .y. 0.... oU OHMIVIIII., luo- 1achMedan" cookor. Pnita 4 In.....; 110' IMPALA Super Serb 4 05l51.
''no., at., Mi Pinch bowl flou, 14 .05 CHEVROLET olrtup I n I ,.. 111arltg. br15a. radio' ,
: BOB WHITE oafs ,,.. ,...., till Ion, O, Goad II.... (.. onyilnw (Maw CHI Km it J7J-5W7.
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.: :::., BEFORE YOU BUY Alaclisa. Florid. 41" 0 Is1 17", 'H ply, Rl AND FIIHERM. I N, VW KomM-lui.. low mlkwca" IIM1r .
RIPOIIIIIIO I itilnod, 111 37.1 .,. (54 hill Ian Inlirnitlonil, poml .bnt altar Mow for f 00th.
i Slags
: ZII all IN.cM115mo. pare. Ziti truck lor i<... Phon PR "' 11. Phoo F* 0lWf.IS .
; SAVE! Till lsllwing Irs 5/W Sods .... NowaN a ..Sated..... ever II-' COMPLITn.twral/. Clasp 50r quick .5.....f lagan I hm15 ANN I P.M.CHIVY '/ MIKCURV Mantes, paws
w w eonitrKtlan ana will k* riody pen and _... II pad 114. Ml- contact L. R. ....... 47.2477Nwbrry. N Vt ton lick up MW !IF..... a Mals ,..ict. In 50111INt
w, w Nab 1M. MIMII'e" 5owlts Ma51ns' P1.. body with .Mrvlc goo. InMllont .. coMlllos Ph05O 7747511. USEDCONTINENTAL
.. Monl ..",1... 11. W. ..
fur occupancy Univ' A. 171- cwid Idoil tor piumbonwrv. InvMl
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/ lAND RADIOS ORVIR1 FRIIZIRf PIP II. WHIT. lair cob troclar 4 clio r h, good condition.' Sac1 t
s'4. :IIIO N.W. 71"r, ., ; H w 514 Used .. 0015105 a DIINWASNIISTradl II. trollori 'irmrmtloMl tot cab Can 37MHI attor I. 4
4 IR.. IM / dni .fJ..4121. Ca nwpNN air eondlllonori ..... "
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1 411t, b 4127 JIn1 V ylM. 410 WCO till :, .. Jul 5.11.50N CHI 17MTM. sal It 4117 v-l Outs trim, radio. ,
N.W. 1"tl D,. Moat u... LIW Suitor, 01. 51 1st pnc1. tlntal wlnMnNN3
WANT TO heeler
:1w SHOWN IV ADVANca- "'" mend/ uNd stay., Tho tu.
4 '''' -
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j; APPOINTMINT 137 R. Aol.ONLY 1 Mr$ 1 bath, INI .... 174 .Iaal50aly.-. NI/1" /. MILLUI $} Mt.fc'clM S(..tri lent condition mat. C*. JackLllMbl

corntortibla homo WILSON'S EXCHANGE Hwy. I*. Cry.hlives, Ply TOM Ml JAWA AVjtorcycIo 171 CC. 9M4U4 oorwoen. II noon :Even the malt careful first! flane! will not tell tin
for | of TowHi Mills' ot folks Hunndi and f FM woMdoyl.I you
1110 N.W. 21* M.I t Pbsns' ,175. Con k"* loon it IM Handrd -
.l's lira* .family. 4 $R. 4 4 IR. I aithi IfM 11ft.. 111 r Jo'I"L:1"I chess 50544211 low of ._ rloooauorton lorioch Oil llolion. I block .. ofJnlwrilty 45 I PONTIAC ititlon woM straightayht. vintage of on. Continental from another-w tirmUM Is
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up living room family .
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Nr .. Inn 37 mi .
s Cal PR 1027.. or phono NS
a.. room, parlor, dlnlni mm, par _III.i [ .... pop cultor canvr 51 FORD itilm wogan, V.. GIN.N the styling of th moat copied of cari. An indpeetioa of

1. : ::: acro.tad penal- 5R, N.W. Xlik H.I II"...0. .. T. V. Nefun fund. *, Ira omount of t 1 4 W $4 AUTOMOIILI RIPAIRS CHEVROLET cir IIM the excellently maintained vied ContinenUk now la ear
IS bills down, can' 1100 WNnaMing' It #' ond AI Hordgn'l Mrvlca Itltkn ''4
3 II ond ohortar I s many
3 pMtMy sir coMlllanod HIHillIn .... I aiHii UN dn.. III? dent know whit m. (Thianuv'sou .thor .rllelll alonf with morkwf All CONDITIONINO. tune u* IE IIh II.PLYMOUTH. tock will bear oat th. truth of thii itatemrat. About

{ -S Nsarlunlry ipgllincMwoMirfulauiMou for Olds resmingMusa par _III.t ... "*" MrgalnCal "* 00151511..1Ie"Ic.75..150.. ., ooH. call w.dlnI IpotlH. All, II.mokM. for' wid aorlarmonnHit. modoli IfM .,..... Ir..... A the only way jroo can tell them from new !It tb. few

t : : load "Nv.otmmt Nr 711 N.W. IMS. Two VIAR aid clnulifIna of Cnryilw built ur*. NiwoPowon .. cylIMor.553.Phone .378.2117 Dries Yet ret mon quality more ityle, more comfort
; proporty-phon* can. I IR., t oothi |M* ... Hit all IwHar. iTfal,TU's CHI. Motor Ci. Air Condi.lonlnt and more preatit than you let from the lid a ddJt.Jra .
Mrvlclnt Coals IM N.
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1 ViruIlM MCMMry tint. pad thrust. "' ? ?. PR M5J7 CL.AN. IM V-l
from my hobby thop Main .,., PIMM PR MM.II wag( 4 Or. AT R a N. Roopriced. CarCb.ek ear tlllllJlltw Met today.
Whon you kv. ...... Mwn, .1.11 TAVIItN b rwwiir good ooniblynori PIMM FR 'N74 .
:: Norwood art* out, .. am will tin* **ulpmonti, o.*el-. AvtMmkildi far .*,. P.M. SEVERAL USED
131pa lint MOWI itactod and .
ALL OUR MOMK AREA CIIIAM'CI butlnZ '5f PONTIAC CI50l111a. I'.... Sad'oaf.
1 OPIN FOR YOU TO .... lot .hang In |h. ulcki Ini a.fold U TRIUMPH IPITrmi, I..... -'C. 1". PS. Im511 lsmpoymant INCLUDING ONE DEMONSTRATOR.
A Hope"H" Will pour and w "AMPVILH mlta,. PIN, now II,". lino I ,.... W p.ym15/e
mok It hw RIALTORPh /
1 JOY IIIINO ANYTIMe IP ar toocn yes AItCH May tik* f,_. CHI 37H7';. Phono FR 17C0 SAVINGS OVER $1,000
a Inc. YOU WILL JUST CALL. you HI tni "lckl.Ell. 1741>M AHYTIml !
59 TR3. WW tl.*.. R&H IfM CORVAIR IM terlai. itandardtranunlMlon.
; : W. Trod. Homes 1131 .. 111. Still ,C.ramica 70 .....-,..,... Idjitlp. $950 ',''. good .... CRANE LINCOLN MERCURY I
cm cal .....11..... CHI FR 44051
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1' 62 OlDSMOBILE l ; 2395 . . .
: $100 ClMinf' Celt : c... I

i S..tlo.. W' 60 CADILLAC ...,.., ..... Ftch .i' 59 PLYMOUTH ft'" .. I
I '". : : : 695
FROM $7516PER MONTH 62 FALCON $1195 (.. Jjtiofie*). liceatfOMl c"'itIM. 2295 ,. .. .".. ..

:, .. : AuHnMtl trwDimiaiioii. low e1hiN,.. . tree*. a o 5 e 5 . a. . 59 PONTIAC

WALK TO SCHOOLS l4..eille. h.r5lhr "

,7 6. '62 CROWN IMPERIAL '60 OlDSMOIIlE :.: s a . 1295 MJ.., air nudJitioiMdl.,. akx 5. 295

1015; trick Front C'(o'' New rf *.4..Alrc.llditit..cI.) h.r4.. $2995 '60 CHEVROLET 58 OlDSMOBILE 112 Her '395

'1 i r.411. Prict, $15.125. $.15 DewIRECTIONS fl..1 SMtIH w..e. 1095 ....... . .

.1. ,144'.. .:_ 62 VOLKSWAGEN SSUT. $1295 < cylinder. s.f4 titlft. > . ... '58 CHEVROlET '

,. Stet..... W..... SteIt4.r4 $795 .......v.t. 250

.1 : Drift WM .. '61 CADILLAC w.Air .diti:.'d: $2 7 9 5 60 FORD ",ft. ,", '.' .. . 58 LINCOLN ST.. '

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$15'5 SUNDAYS 57
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IS AirtMMtlht. tie UU i .U Altar iWVit4 f L!.. ail 1
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Olldt,miin.P I. .Pull*E.ulvi.. _r fc.111Mr.24/L....... '.AI II 102410. 'I RAMBLER / I "
Pare ..r... __ .w... I HOIIRII
NI IIh M 11-Mtn' 3244DII I ( "THE CAR
It" PONtiAC I''rC -
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MM MM pits *m. ,.It taN 1001 N. Aw. 2t. ......
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takt trxH. m .t0.D..IN. \ 1
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ARE ::: ;
INI COHVAI 6524 a..s..1.N \ M
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hr4.h1. Foes _! Kf i .. \ HWII M 1' fw J I

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; $2495 = : .. . 1395

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deer .
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102 N.W. Ifk A,. InventoryReduction I $1695

FR 22SIIH '63 FIAT h;1 ;:t;, .61095

'62 FORD .. 5t .e .ii.
POOLECABLEMOTORS 0.1. .,... 4 W .rd"".. .... fI1ONs !
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TRUCKS ,.... ........ ... ..,.'i. .J
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t Value Rated $1195 I v.- 4t. dequl/e!i 1d
UstdCon i 61 ?WANT 21NIhI I....

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FOR THE CORRECT .... .... .. N 195 \--d
$3195 In 1 1, .6""' .. ..
r TIME .,$1195 S _

FR CourtiyOf 2-1411 '57 tilerOR. '61 IUICK '61 FALCON :='"" .\a ,'!5 's..1/T 11 sA.,

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.$1195 41 1LR pellet ==
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BARKLEYMOTORS I d.. ..e... ., .,... iflMS 7 U1 M w .....,. 1
63lukt 6T RAMBLER SAVE AS MucH.J$600 .
I tax MM, rMK I4rt,. 7
lOIN TNI AUTO CAM!- Spina V-6. standardtNtr11rM11111 '60 CHEVROLET :SOC: 11ISNw;
ARKLIY'S TNI MAMT ., 1It01' lOUd $895 '
2201 .....21. blu.! ,........'..10.. ndM hshr, 2 N r$ AAC iii rON
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62 Chevrolet ".. Nla' hoI'" 60 CHRYSLERi..,. ,..'io. h..,."I

I 4-Dooq Mtton 9 .1..14 .' ,. i. air 1964 MODI1SJ
i IIO-roo-. pewsr wagon ltelrlng.I $1195 . . . J$1295,
a I r conditioning ,radio I
I I hpter..olld _hl., Ir
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I $1895 '60 RAMBLER 60 FORD minion,6 cyl.' ,
I MT 151241. >lr {MfXttlorw. . :. .L 495
:i cor 11105. .. .. . .. .

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h. *. .. ..wlHI... I RAMBLER 5$io. 6 I WITHa
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4 "101."". ... "*. Only 3146 mot, man, Vadio I .t,.".,. powtr brtk... ,. 1T5
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'n VOLKSWAGEN $1595 I f 141 ......*l" M MOT I* Is.pMIN. 60 T'...., ......., .irt.n.o.l tnnf 1965 TRADEIBSrr Ii
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.42405 III r... ..... : $15t5
M NImic5tIh. '61 Corvair i $1395 br.ks. . .. . 1 -

"-' SIns "700" 2.door coupe I ttgk 4 door eod.Il. ndOV ..... '
'n VOLKSWAOCHu standard trtntmiMioi. ro- ; 'M FORD ,DODGE .r. power Meeting, pstt.t Few Samples! !
.y rt4 elNik. ,,, die llttlvl MfM Mtamdl ...... .......... ........'..10., Here'JjA
............. ...... ... I $7'5 reM
$1495 $995 hot. V-I. ,, ,. .. . . .. .

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$1295 600lds 59 BUICK "' ''' sit" c.Ho"! .. i.i Ilnd lorda
->0oor, tedon, POW tsteuln0 II 60 DODGE I i ........tlc .,..........' .'.... ...,. 1717..F. rr. .1.24.. tr.
'41' mm VOLKSWAGINryl rWI* > power brakes, re. ....... MM. drtviolk 5,150. J _.." .. f.vo> ....... .. . 1095fcoofor. M1, y ,, / M. 111 / 71.,1244 .4r.N. v,e....R6O0 .
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$1095 d.o heater outanwlW I rtHk or ...' I .r/.5 I41rM.n 1 1141124....i 1 0 A. t
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1 (4 VOLKSWAGEN $1095 I '$895 4 ..... .........Ic w. .51 795 SI3.S '1396 .w11l743.
"*... Ills 14 1411 I 5' FOlD '.......1..10., ....... 595 FI1Lnc1119, J t
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-- I 41vl1. 5,010.l1N4 .ut. $') Nlw f4M1t F.icotn fend FOIL7Mt'e0. /
500. hardtop aufomotic .
'tirlone I w15 1N0r. 5 t51wl .5
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Octokr 1964


''Barkley Motors Sports Car Center '

M I I. ,19,65FIA", .Hi]


f't ,,i t '. Special Introductory Prices Now In Effect :

IraiU .... fr 19H. fIi .Iet 4..d..r Nskw ,
wan. ...... Pried _f.. M ... _II...

J1Make! . .. .Spe........'.IIMfMIICtWy!! vinyl .....H"...., ........>.?. '*.W. .-.L.- 1
N.w. 4....M.* trmtmMM, mfar k W Kflkf,
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I & Model WAS NOW ..,..

$139'5 $1195 NIW STYLINO. MORE HP. I* ... BAROAINS"...
.....W"' '''V3 AIIIwMt/e. RbN ...... '. TRANSPORTATION
i f''l y AC MW pht OOD. MM* f .1 to...< ..4 Trek ....).. nPwMwM .
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CADILLAC u.w.wy. IMkWr .............. ...I Hi. hMj PURL O'd
: .OH. $2295 $1995 ...,iM wfth
-t N. Atb1.N P.wsr. $1795 .
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Mik. knwy *
RAMBLER \MN..1 MW MMW.....d,IMIIT............. Rid ....
463 s1795
......."'" ItH.a6 $1'595 ', Na ...... ..., ......

Y4.A.R&H.CHEV. PSuhi $3395 $2995 6 GREAT" TRIUMPHS. '\ 'l;+ ", :.; t \ ;...w :t

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.'64...,...I.P..H.CHEVELLE M.N v..u.. $2895 $2495 I WHICH IS. -YOUR" SPEED! : s ..a11" ,, \y ( .w ,


FORD $695 S495 I'J
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I .R63 BUICK U695 $3095 ,'. F ": 4 I

.", 94Kwy

'62 OLDS $2 95. '$.22.95 : \1 "
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1 '61 VOLKS ,
1"95 IjH 1
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1\\ '63 TEMPEST $ $ '

j. .- .. ......... "Ift. .M. 1895 J!.'-1695. -I- ..
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....... 500. 4.4... v-4 ..... S2395 1995 5 ',
...... RbN. P!. P0.'S8 I 1. THE HOT TIM,$2849 POE' SPITFIRE $2199 POE 5. 1200 SEDAN $1699 POE
...... ..,. .. ... ...... ,,, ...... .
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CHEN S995 S795 ..... ....., ......... ..... ...-., wi...... tofrMM'Mt ............
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1 Y-4 ..Nwwrl.. RN." s I 2. TR-4 HARDTOP $2999 POE 4. 1200 CONVERTIBLE $1949 POE 6. SPORTS SIX $2349 POE
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k iww4 sisal With NP .0 4 hnmit A4| ttkl* wk 4 Sli yNMV 4 wMil h TEMPEST $ ............ .11.'..... tI...... w..*. U, M 15 wp.. ....... .....,......
L.AN A cwp. v-3. A........,. $2295 1095'S4FORD I :

i $495 $395 I Ii SAVINGS, 'UP. TO- P '$600.-. ,'- ON. ALL. SPORTS, -AMERICAN, & FOREIGN CARS*,/, .

|tOOOniitoi.n. *,...... 1........." ..... h...... I......4...,....sp.IM4e4 '
i\\ 61 CORVAIR $995 $195 I Mfi5fm' $995 4.-4.21t........ $2495 I.:
f W. A.Nr.Ni, R b N.'S6 "0" ,
1962 MERCEDES '1963 FORD -
1964.IM TRIUMPH. I.N.. lto..............L..... ,1964 PONTIAC .......4 .......i (
FORD $2695 $2695 OrmJ..... ktM. A ;
$195 95 $2395
W.PM,p.4 M..prNSIM. $3895
1964 3PINlrs.TRIUMPH............ 501,.,.N4"."..... 1963' PONTIAC .......1962..4 ass'PLYMOUTH...................
$2095 $2995 ......... 4..MT.iWkw ......" .... ...... .....Mtar.MwwM......
....puss busks. ......... b.......... $1.;s y: '
TRUCKS 1962 TR-4 ...... -
.1963. ..FIAT... Tr1oi",...............wkNi. ......; $2695 1962 BUICKtlllktl 1
1100 dais kMter.. o-4rI... 1 MIT....."........ :
$1195 $1995 1963
.... .CHIVIOLIT$2195.. ... .. :.
I '64 CHEV. $1895 1963 M.G.' I960 I VOLKSWAGEN. 2-w.."...*4..,. ............ '- '
$1695 1100............ kss... ....... $2495 1962 COMET
'j '$1595 $995 I 2........ .......
1963 T BIRD $1.)95
'47 MACK 1963 SUNBEAM I960 VOLVO :.da......., t..d.d.AIPiw .
$195 $595 *MAc*IkMtW........ '..1.......... sN....-.4. $2395 1961 CHEVROLET
!) $2095 $1195 lei Alr" .2-d..N.*.
I 1963 CADILLAC ..ks.hi4sssp.

' I960 VOLKSWAGEN ..... $1495
1963 M.G.MM$169T .VIIIe.1MH4.
58 INT'L
; $1195 $995I c-m. $4295 1961 PONTIAC ?
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1 1960 VAUXHALL '.,. ,............ .
1963 TR-4 ***** 2 dsw hirdN" Ir
'61 FORD : SadM,wdkv IteMtM' P.... ....... M.JJ-M.
t MskwP, .Nd.d .AIN. $1095 $895 T$2295' $695 $2495. : 1
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'63 FORD $ I $2195". 11-$995' $2295

.. ... .kka $1595 1195H $3095





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Sunday. October t, I9" Ga

I' Norlhcenlral Fla./s No. 1 Independent Dealer Is Celebrating His 6th Anniversary


COUNTRY ; {. ".


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$ Y, a You don't have to bo present to win!


k r ;7 FREE COKES Come in and |_

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'. 1961 SIMCA fine stock.

,.. I usta couldn't spell Sailesmum and now I art ont!
ta IN .i,en ...,.... Oct. R1st.
Jmt rogktor' ,that's oil, no obllgotten. -
MEET YOUR COUNTRY COUSIN Left to right. ,; ,.z ,
You do not h... to .. ; sRi 1
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John. Hipp, Ray Wood, "Little Billy" Tuten, Leon Stanley, present to win.' .-
i l.

& Johnny Coleman. M-

1963 1960 1963 1959 1964 1963 1960 -
Buick Chevrolet Ford Chevrolet Oldsmobile Conroir
: Tempest
TR3Koadittr __, ... 'Impoli" coup, V.,, AT., radio Cut"." c_. Silver' purl with .
ItMoni.telM while wl* blockInterler Cony, lacel loaded Ie'l A new tap RGHy.lbw A.T.. R&H. heater 3,000 mile 1Ipe. hilt lop end while/ hairier Mtttiar > ..
camuT IIIlft & bucket with equipment Including foe- Very clean and hoi 2-ar. h rdia V.I, tutomolKIrimmiMian bM .,.. 1t6H. Maroon afI4hltt /u
fMih (either krterlor y? f.1 fly ewl 1. 'Including bucks
with M
MM, very clean.' tart eir." pldtn' beige flnith./ ,R&H. torte gold end beige f*>,K: Leaded wtM.eultlm.e/. .... Very pod fonaJWan. _

$1845, $1095 2645 $995 $100 $2888 2499 899 :

1960 1961 1962 1963 1963 1961 _
TBirdCeov. Renault Studebaker Falcon Chevrolet Fiat :
.' Fudy.reeondlHotwALeoded thuphlne 4heas, (oadHret 4 Dsl.RGM.Iw*. Open Sunday 2-. DeluM, equipped with Irnpela. Urk. r. ., 1200 Spider chtot. uto. tr end C cyl. 000 ectuel mile nxli
with equipment. Now dark with pay -cyl. engine.Thu linaepe .
wMh blue iw A.TV .. ...... new top. leey Hue lw -
......, cer" How-room rw with wire Full 50114 .
,to tiful. .aue-ntMt/N with" whit (bathe. "Interior.Very geed con aMlne '" only ll.OOOmllw. trt.e with yd ...... 11ft. uin c..... ?r

$1R75dltNn. $499 $1145 1-6 $11/99 $1195 :

V 1963 1964 1962 PIG TO IE HELD AT 5 P.M. You do. not 1964 1962 1959 ::
Mercury Chevrolet Corvair h... to bo present to win. Just rofjiftor' ...,. Volkswagen Buick Buick
/Monterey c.._A'MIl lolid, SS Ifpolo equipped wlih" Air. 700 0.....e COUM, R&H. "itrentmiuian. ,. time before 4 p.m. S......,. e...'s. DM, 2-tOne prM black finuh with red leaihwInterior. AT.R&H.Silver lea'''''Inltriorwith blue' ,.ttf IMh o, Inferior and tplitIran V-l. R&H. Sef4 while wirt.enM err AT. n ROM trend **T"
...,... ..... .
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::II J. VF Coeds Record ;Books; to Help 'the Blind. I If For SALE or RENT !

H TH By DON DAVIS readers to tape-recordbooks In i'raw tape. en.which't; i;' > icconL+ thr.Qingiesssa1d: ; 'tte., flan who'have been providedwith ,, Chain Saws
the library's program.for the When. the book Is-'completed, national jorority*was selected! free tape recorders;:::.:tile Water PumpsLight
El The dedicated efforts of a blind. The books become part the master tape goes back: to "because. its'members' '.are VF group does Its work' vii
: group of University of Florida of a permanent collection loan .Washington .by 'free:null, and trained professionals wen able facilities at the university'. Plants I I
: Co-eds are doing much to move ed to blind persons. additional tapes are made frdm tp,read 'Onto: atape:recorder' radio center. Cement Trowlers '

rn- j sarJ the magic of the printed page According: to Mrs Karen:Til it,distribution upon.request In an effective' and 4 ,interesting 'Mrs. Tllghman added that the
from books to the ears of the ghman, treasurer of The 'local .to'sightlesr'peraonLi > manner chapter hopes to Increase the. Lawn Mowers
nation's blind. I chapter and a senior IJn,broadcasting So far, Sarah'Joe Edlin!; ?drama ttoUn'nalRscome (-the organize pace of recording as soon as Earth Tampers. I
'' across the na more readers have qualified.I /
The women are members of two of the chapter'smembers :major ,,1rom Miami,; and '
the UF's chapter of Zeta Phi are presently,recording Diana.,, Wilson;,' broadcast! n g !. ,SALES and SERVICE .
Eta, the national professional Hawthorne's "Twice(Tild maioh front,p.'tonaJ. haVe ; : NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL
professional speech arts sorority Tales." t j)\ 'passed, the voice test,); Mrs '
Zeta Phi Eta Is cooperating "The girls take turn 'reading TiIghman.I '( atdV.: \ r.r. .I LIFE; I INSURANCE'SINCE lISt COMPANY. I.a.MYERS POWER' TOOLS

A .ST.atdFlr e.'f In tuu.l with the Library of Con' ," she said..There 'doesn't ,i' JQ toJlavethe:: :'entire, ', \ V r4t. **. ?' t\ ...........c -. :
grass In providing volunteer have to be one,'continuous new, pledge class take the 2'3o"'Rrr6tI Y enis i + '
I voice on the tape,". 110" teat." she added, ;SevttaI-'otb- I .. '
books. are er 'membery hevrralfep"fbwtest I Phone FR 6. 411
Copies of selected PROGRAMMING fr : ",. ,,,. ,

HIS IS to furnished readers free have/the passed.."Library a! Rents,:but,"'VI the':tJIInaIcf Tfetfous.. ,the Wqolrt-rank. JIM..Dwj. ,... "...', AUDITING SERVICES M-ERll! : < .
Ii voice approval test.administer .of teaderi." t t I Sr-I:: ;Ae.r' FEATURING INSURANCE FOR. tI :
.. ed by a library,A.committee. ;Rob tri: Brit chief of'the :,: Jao: :: t.;:. KEY-MAN'i SPLIT-DOLLAR r I
Also sent to the r.der'll the 1)lvisloafor the Blind of the ; t'tlo'7UITNIISHIP, .

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''it'ir& letter of : cantonpfcvjr -'America but has several distorted I '"rturn..ture" Crt...,

Tom sawyer telling hifmrturei views Ha consider us. G..alUI.'Ag; '" .. I, .1 ,, .., l I ,.f o \" ,J, I
to' his pal, Hucklames' backward because we don't a : ':' 'j j/I' o1"W NDR !i ySI
low prostitution. Around hereIt
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Is legal" '

ttfend:: ; David Hiimant Bailey!Is writing of tU NE his James alb had a cocked ey.. OIN'; Y. LON'P'E: ,,' III: :; : ; ) :lsi J. .
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dill $, of his adventures in brow to raise about the qualityof .... '.: '" i.,,.....'....,.............,
Profes- local movies in Sudan. 1fJ' '''''''t ,
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Mrs. Fells Muehlner. '. .", .. .j J. ', ., : 0" ... ,. OPE"
and .
atr ,.. "These movies are real new /' 1.11.111 .,'J." .1" .'. "
l ', {The Impression an those like The Courtship of Ed.die' I. ; 't" .. -: >> Jt .'( T
ones HELD
> of a young man's kaleidoscopic of Flubber I EVER IN ,GAINESVIL* rr.l } M fJfIl
t' Uterut... I and ,Two Father Women, Son,I .would Ilk f )iIIhU JfJ)>>. fw! ; i ,' ; f I IAU'

t ':JPWW1: of Rome there are to know bow the last one crept S'' '''''' ; '' .
: nfi more than 2S (traffic: lights in. These movies are"supposed .. .. IRSTQUALITY CARPETS 'BY:' TREND' '.MIWTHESE "ARE OUR ,riiiiiii'IT'j, g;;' ''CARPET'
Tie Italians don't believe in to be family affairs. Here.fs'a truly rare find)in rich-textured: carpeting which i wears 'g : .
tam.-Just try to go through Native life also Interested as good:' $ It,1Qoks. Com in and. "convince yourself.''Pick your VALUES.. I IN.; YEARS ..

I sf intersection at you from with four peoplecnlng direc- James., "All over town in the native k dreamcan>et' from 18 I luscious decorator, ecJon. All 'fresh,. all 'Alt 18 decorator'.colors.stay fresh and brilliant.:* :

tjens." part of the city there are goats $ perfect, quality, !' 'All ready ,to grace; your-home 'with lasting Nylon carpet'requires less cprtlian othercarpas. '

f :'In' Algebra 'I' class you place running in wild.the world This Is where the only the beautyNylon: cerpet fibres'.,..rlntlMaclt"rcnn- .y."foots p and'.
]Arn algebra, trig plane geo- chances of hitting a goat are ', furniture, mark..' .- .r
.try, and all the religion the : carpet moth-and proof. "
I greater than the chance of hitting t Nylon is rermin
feed" can cram. into the a child Too bad because LI Ii trace. ; .

I I tiger, goats are" more expensive" than .;Nylon. carpet takes.a heap.. of lirin' without the.slightest
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!'Th schools here are Just Mldren. "
J around to mixing boys James and David, but the I'
fitting! and Huck is still : % t_. ,_ :(
Md girls. This year 10 girls ring of.Tom' : -, 4
I and !there. I
altered the college you .
have the headlines." II '
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3t Is a letter of discovery. 100% CONTINUOUSu tI
jjflmarlly cart and atria;

gThe priesta at James' school FILAMENT NYLON-
\ ejlled a college In Sudan, ride ,
motorcycles: and scooters "with I
'robes flapping In thetlind ?
.1 and their sunglasses. .ONLY
(Bey; look so funny you could If'Ypu'w always'wanted the home a richr ': ..
deep plush carpeting your thoughtIt ..,.,'
t:' I We Point With too extravagant, you're hi for,,a surprise* Th
favorite classmates are Pride To Our hats'app.alingsrerface.of this thick carpet la S.'I ,
.: .rq Poland and Russia made of continuous filament nylon, the fabulous '
EXPERTSERVICE 'I fiber that wean like.Iron and Is so easy to care
'These la one boy who has : for.. Choose from'a superb range oftsofr-to- P
sF cousin who lives la Wisconsin. vibrinr, fijhlon-right colors. You'll find the one SQUARE z
.: ,He knows a lot about I that goes perfectly with the decor you now have 'AID
.. or plan on creating.. E
: Aa skilled Tree Surgeons, Regular US -
:Statue Got we know just| whet to do.
t moo Personal when trees need eere. "r TAXI MOMtIII .M'I
i -GOETTINQEN, Germany Let us check your irounds J -

'Ou) -The Installation of* 1.0Mla end make lufjetrioM. I .' ,, ,
I brorue sculpture: in Goettlngen's 4
'new City Hall raised a CALL -
*lQrorln this university town. i 'PLt:1i -
:The work titled "The City 3761766TODAY I 4
':'fej: reated by Prof. JuergenJleber.
.. In his attempt to cap.eWevery .
facet of life, the re- HEAVY CONTINUOUS' J

'DeTeven goes Into the personal ,. ,
.eVkUons of man and wife. PerPMIBTIMATESSAPP'S '
.:::Soon after Its unveiling! dozens FILAMENT NYLON :1 IF
\ -< letters started pouring Into :
j local newspaper. They de '
l :fended removal of the relief A Tree This .sensational carpit with a double-ute] back I .
.JMotbgy; student even filed a SurgeonsTERMS looks like. and f..lslik.. dollars rnore than its
LHHBkint with the police under AVAILABLECompletely modest price. Its rich, thick surface Is reel lux-
I 'CMCtlon of the German CrlmlJial.Code ury and doesn't need pampering, resists crushing .
.. which forbids exhiblJjenjef Insuredt and cleans with ]just the slightest effort.: You can
obscene art. select from a rainbow-range of colon, .at a,'pricethat's $ 99 ,1
within reach of all young homemakers on

SPECIAL SALE a budget. It's the kind of. carpet value you..can .
depend on to withstand the.wear'and.tear that 'JAiI x

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