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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Gainesville Fla
Gainesville Pub. Co.
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October 29, 1964
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Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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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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Qhou .. Boasts Bomb,, Sees K Fall. as 'Go Thing''* '

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O ana fork ftimri Chou reiterated Peking's official declaration thai'C1bi would ;;

I HONG KONG Premier Chou En-Lai of Communist China'has Editor's 'Note "never under any circumstances be the firs to.use nuclear weap ',!
expressed bops that relations between -'
Peking and Moscow will Improve ores.
i as a result of the downfall of former Soviet Premier Nikita Maxims v. SoliveN1/ the Manila. Times, who wrote "If the U.S. uses nuclear weaPons against us we will of course ';
i ,Khrushchev which he described as "a good thing." the resist" he added.. .* .
story, has
Just completed three-week visit Communist
o to .
The Chinese premier's comments were made In an hour and thl.... H .The Chinese premier continued: V";;..1. .
half Interview with four Filipino newsmen In Peking on Oct. 24. He "If everyone undertakes not to use nuclear weapons, then"wily ''
answered questions en a wide range of subjects, Including China's should anyone want to manufacture, stockpile export Import or.
explosion of an atom bomb which be said was bigger than the dark blue sun yat-sen jacket, blue trousers and round-toed shoes. proliferate nuclear ...ponsT'. _
11 bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and on Peking's rela- Commenting on China's first test of an atomic device, the premier "Our JIUI'POIIIn acquiring atom bombs Is not" to threaten others,"
tions with fie United States, which be did not seem to feel were said Peking did not Intend to "bargain with nuclear powers"and he added."We are not like the U.s., which ever since dropping
likely to improve soon. her purpose wa "to break the nuclear monopoly and eliminate atom bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki has been continuously '
Asked whether be believed relations between Peking and Moscow nuclear welpons." He said China's proposal for a summit conference using atom bombs to threaten the world and trying. to monopolise i
would Improve as a result of Khrushchev's downfall, he assert to discuss the prohibition and banning of nuclear weapons had them and carry out'nuclear blackmail" -
ed. 'met with approval of "a great majority" of the heads of governments Chou was asked to comment on me prospects of Communist
"That Is our hope. You can see this from the congratulatory of countries with which China has diplomatic relations. China being admitted to the United Nations when It convenes next
message which our party and state leaders sent to the new leaders They consider the proposal "reasonable," he said, "but also that month. "
of the Soviet party and state." it cannot be realized for too time being and that difficulties still "The UN., Is still controlled and manipulated by the U.S." he
Looking fit at 17 despite recently reported Illness, the Chinese IisL" said, "and It la always thinking up all sorts of ways to obstruct
leader emphasised his points with vigorous hand gestures, pausing Chou said this was "because the against such a proposal." restoration to the People's Republic of China of her position In the
only to sip from a white tea cup on the table beside him. He was ,He added:;,"Indeed, Immediately upon our publication of this pro-' U.N. as the only legal representative of the Chinese people."
,CHOU EN LAI dressed !In the standard attire of the Chinese Communist hiarachy, ivwil the IT,S. expressed Its opposition" (See CHOU EN-LAI. Page 11) .



Considerable cloudiness Gila' 11
Friday with some i U. { e'un '
showers today and tonight High '

the today OOs.78 Northeasterly to 82. Low tonight winds In e.

,10 to U miles per hour today
becoming northerly Frldar' .
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', ., t San Education Writer ,Vr
Dr. J. Wayne Rests ye*
terday officially threw the 1
support of the University !
of Florida behind the moip- ? wtir113
ment to establish a Junior
college in Alackua County. '
President Kelts and (too of -....-....-
Ma staff members from the university -
appeared before the.
.... Iilsd s.'
''I ''"Advtosroemiiitrias .whloh' GMs.

., surveying site neodi 'lor jstor ,...., .
; LAND OF CORNi They, Love Barry., let Iowa 'College to sent, \'Alschua'and 'I' i/ .I"" 1).80. It'r'Hedc \', It Utah I
l' Bradford .! .. .. .,. / 'I'.r.

<. Goldwater PredictyJJpset bib.the kMftntton front stale's sandpMtlR'largest and ft(f*educational ot county's be'. ifl.BJ*: ? s.a7;( /Soviet i Premier .. .

ti" largest employer, the UnJverstty ,
of Florida favors t KM ostobOshaont .;' "

; At Nation's Props, Tuesday Rolls, ,olds of a,Junior college, pledges 'Search for Peace' ,

1)f '!IIV .- '"We .have discussed the sub-' 'r>irN -. ;) :' '
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) .- ,newsp.psrhu urged voters to f doesnt ,want I the Communist: feet at the university and. we ALT UKB CITY. ,Utah: TAleksel N. Kosygjn. Johnson stto breakfast Lake City ki ardor
,, Sen. Barry Goldwater kicked "amuJI Coldwatarlllll.It I ,party working for kun," Cold- fort that a Junior college. ken AT) *- President Johnson said. 'was making campaign speech to with David 0. Me-
off a Pennsylvania whistle-stop "I hsveat beard a Democratic --, water. ssld Is both noceeaerr and desk*.,i( J today lit new Soviet. premier .to 1000 Utah residents in the Kay president of the Chunk of :
tour today asserting "millions candidate yet say .be:4 (See IARAY' Pegs 1) able* saM Rah*.' '. i.J!4'.Pear ajven "bearumlng"word 'century-old Mormon Tabsrnac Jesus Christ of Uftsoday .
I of unhappy, disgusted Americans t r. "We stand ready Is support Ittstf kk sountry win "....11 Saints (Mormon) and to sneak J
across this country" win me project at ever way possible. Ms am anarch for peace willatillit' "' The President's talk also fen In the church's tabernacle., .'.
produce the century's biggest. U.S.. Air Naval Attack ." Roils.... A" "' lured an appeal that the United After.two days of campaign
political upset next Tuesday. UJ' Viet President Harry ewsecilnless> Mdlo Inevitable "Jug In the West, the President
I The Republican presidential PMfpott assured the eommltue0)0t > M his,. was pointing Ms vote.seeking
nominee said some people claim Mtpvyfltent. ppoftunftwf volesvioportod on till ......., 7.It,Communist countries. efforts eastward, with 'other
be has,"just about given up" hi Charged by Viet.Nam at the antvenlty of t his battle President ; went Wichita Kan and Philadelphia
against for trained ', "*" .. SbSome ;
# Johnson. TOKYO AP North' Viet :'rf lion of Laos: bombed and rock*, ,college terminal vocations. ) programs. -' .
But be said there Is no truthIn'that. ( ) *, In his tabernacle text Jokn
Nam charged Friday "air and f L clad the Che Lo frontier post, Phlhott said there are about HI I I 1'J son sold that when. NHUks* MsTshchev ...'
He launched his third rail- naval craft of the UIsad Its 'which situated In the Democratic Seotof!
t 1'poIiUona at the university rI" was toppled at
road tour of the campaign after sgents" sgsla bombed, and Republic, of Viet,,Nam I
that are classified as requiring premier, "I seal word to Mas*
shelled North VMaamese toni- territory to Qusng Bun Province : ..
toughening his presidential chaJlenge >I two years of specialised tost- ', .t<, cow that our lIMit policy re>
with a charge that Democrats tory et a place. two kilometers high school training.: Nearlyu outstanding eoeblhutlon. have been made .to your United ruined unchanged" 01
have Communist backing 1 l But !In Waskkigton, U J. defense U miles) from they Viet: -Nem" ." A'half of than are bides clerical Fund ., employ'. raups so far till Consider these.hestmjtiyw He reported that, the new
and haven't repudiated It officials said they had received -: ,Laos border.; and steaogrsphto fields.Tksea ; if lorry' Etoctreato Tube Dfriston ,premier 'AJexel Kosygnv' has.
The Arizona senator opened no word of any suck attacks It added:. "At 2300 hours 01. art about IM poaJtions. have donated ,s total of .,..... That an tocreaes replied. that "the Soviet Uaton
,kis campaign day before .Harrisbnrg as were- claimed ky Worth ,..) el the 'sane a.y/Skrk*;ff M'........ for SMdMnksand of V par teat over last year sad represents: would n..IMaM Ns preontt psi.else .
crowd estimated by police Viet Nam .* \naval craft of the United States, technicians who have a .U an average gift of fljio, lid Nei better nJatllll-1
I at more than I... Radio Hanoi ho's .brooekasf sad Its agents, sailing'front >.... of two yean of tor Sears, Roebuck employs dsaatod ION 10, a JO and maIIIfaIIlta.... seanh lit
I The Republican nominee for I monitored here said .tabs announcement bib Viet. Nam, totrwtod '.... .. ......... ..... ..... par cent ..... ever last year, which |j an aver\ pen -iM* fto Vert,". .
the White House took to o earnpslgn : was zeds I ky a oj/tilt territorial waters, :; tne',r "" erhsrtee es / age gtft of ..... from the 70 aertctoattag em Johnson'aakJ t ,
1 spokesman of the North Vktnamese .Democratic Republic.of; flit "" Kosygki'wroMftst
train after /1st _
S journey tor waked net only University l'r
t through the Midwest and a do- Foreign Ministry. kj a u Nam. shelled the coastal areas at,fl. saJvershya. health eontor Chevrolet Company Pent 01 employer who gave .. "the Soviet Union wouldeenuswo
mud that the Democrats denounce statement -Issued Thursday, It., ,of Qiang Sink Preen and kMnVoagnout. the state ,Thets IM per cent employe parUdpatiDn with an average gift ofm. Its inmmiiak'sttons
said **"* with the UnHes States and
subsequently/ fled. ..
Communists and "their .lie .... ,
backing." He.said Communist "At 1000 hours of Oct; IsV' r4.Iortb>> Viet Nam said ,"these' "/ IIII..VI. severe short The 17 members of the nfkOsorto'starr of Southern Ben Ttlo-, of would mutual COHOMM......tO..MpiOfV" was
1> three
publications were "pulling for TM aircraft Jet of planet the sad live. are brasen acts of aggressionand ago of manager sad suptrvPssry ,....... C*. gave |OM, which k an ....lIndlnlaver... gift of |4I. Johnson received Kasygin'Shater
the defeat 'Republican csndl-. constitute\ most serious.vMattons Mrsoanol as food serv We ewe a lot of thanks to these companies' and their employts.Its ..
.dates" States, coming from me,esrec- of ,are ,Jsoi,Geatv* ska*,*. ke ...... ,"We r hope strong financial support like this that enables the charitable was the Meadsy first time aIgb k* bdtoatai bnhy
GoUwater keynoted a five- .Un.AfAtW. sly P/bt Sf. :'I I" ('lea WO, Mf S) youth and beeltk Wvlcee rendered to an of .u* .to continue. ttseonuntsTerming -
stop railroad journey to Pitts: Burns Sees Shale **+ this "a heertoatog

burgh'with a complaint that RECOMMENDED -_ Bryant Sees LBJ response," the President areas.
President Johnson had used Going for Barry [1 toed the United Stales "....
"fib .and degrading tricks" 'IiAGAif y fln in FloridaTALLAHASSEE continue wltll..., resowee k>
sestet ban <. T AU.AHASII".E (Ar,r-llq.. OIeCount ? I work for lasting east Just flat
'He tells the American public don Burns, Democratic: a... }; % (AP) Cov. honorable pl.""

... I want to tear up their Social date for governor pr-tflessJU. ,(*V .xmv L/ 1 *Flews. Brysat predicted today In lefts* about !'Isvlrb1
Security earn" GoUwater saM PUbIiCaa "........ BftjnorraUe Presldsnt LyndonJbtnsoo cnaages'. teslde tilt CeassMntotMac. R ,.
to a speech for LewIIt wa, Pa. Berry G.ldIV a aarry f, .H.IJ'Ja\I. U. ] t swftr IS ttlsp J =wtda U. .. Mia**.of'. would carry Florida ingbsday's Johneoa said "Ai geJSV
There to not an ounce of Florida by a sum aurgto.GddMursnppsrtsrsiMsia.. erkhg the..e.ttne.. eery veal kt the Vales Osaato0 ': gsaeral election "by cat system ..... najrkam A
troth to this smear- end my I ........ dbPlot .... sheet IS miles. aetttlt 'an muck as UMN votes" forced to ky ktotorif efceaaa.itMCsf. ..
opponent knows that fuO wdL"The bus, while .,...,.. are eVvtomg -=,' LaCnese sons dtstrteV"., till Bryant told his news confer .** .
whistlfrstop tour was 1kenacts" to i l 1 'anee he had soihlng concrete He said. tt would ke."aaagssvously
se Stale Road ,ftj
wo Goldwater's) third campaign tog !local csndktotsa, leans... ;. ..ter s is i tea, il"fl Ills m.>tt coda. Uersectit with W M Hen,si Jeer anon which to .bees. !sis predlctens. ......" .to upset anisr
foray tote Peunsyl.... a stateMtelieves Wednesday. n- -- caBM naoa t--'s ran nip earth of Galneevirto the Soviet Union or Coemme dst
I I Ir"I I""kept of' erlrell." ... toOsa China .to 'seen become
to GOP ticket can eenatf r w w sVedtoreCouat I It's Just s general feeling. open
line ,
V me Democrats are held ... .'...... s } ,.ekoet Is said. "A reflection I have reached societies. But ke said -wanki
aeir./ .
I carry SSJeV-tte margto PiLL. .' .. ;... ft.-- y to talking/ wttb people and be eajsaflly. toettok to tkk* kssy ( '
I .M a .... inI seed M hII'" wig never aim. .." "
... .... WHERE 'E' 'itr'r Blotters I have received. Us sot ; ;
I .CIIIIM.N1s.. awe NIt IU I '...m,sad ....',. ..,. I lellstrleOkSV'slksM : _tic." II eestttwsd: "Rees IIII II.'
t' .M kias when '" .... .. .... auLruuil tr ...e "Raid War j e) pewras MlLI *pvrco ssvckangw
lit siren Wednesday .tote ,ro'FirO ,n, w. It ....' As kssssWctssagf k; at work sdatsdusi, ..
,. .a Aftaona senator brewed ,. .. .s,-,. Thlsswrt of >iBsarsssse-w ft toaavrod Gridiron tilt hedeen d demseraey."thwCahwhwaIstp r
nits. aiiniistlal. bid till charge. N _":""' 1- -.. UJ. t '' N M the to Sss araa ....... WfIto'learf ...., .......... ......
ant- o..a..a .boys c- a.MII ', :. 04 : : ,t>)i .otos pMtod I'aBtofctaMltW Greenbacks OM ..... '
Mkadun.Bfsamsklng.. fMwlsi.asL I. .. ..... ....' ...1, currents are sorgtog ....... the
.\ s copy of The. OQliiharaft .rame.Y.ilU. 4 .... ,.... ..... kM__.... Winner ..... '
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: GeIdRIIr sent' "
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If 5- PEOPLE iii the NEWS More About, Television Cable ,Plug:' I:Halloween. I.I" iA,

Reitz 1a

I Briefly. From Page 1 Delayed Till After Christmas; Carnival Set ,

; : I For Saturday i

I some school in this state will Don't expect to book .In your MUliken said the delay will The report said construction > I I
eventually start such a training 25 finIshed Tito '. annul Halloween
television cable plug in time( act back the target date for la about per cent cl"
program. start of cable service by about on stringing! cables to Carnival ii planned i.. :pJlt
to the Christmas show
The third member of the university see o
two weeks. serve Gainesville homes. Saturday City Park, with the
from Rockefeller Plaza in
-r faculty to be heard by He must move the tower About M miles of lines are up costume contest set to begin
New York
the committee was Alan Rob- City. and base westward M feet, so or started. ,.at 7 p.m., Ray Massey '. city i
ertson, director of university relations James L. MUliken, president that guy anchors on the cast Initially only residenta In recreation director, said today. "

and development of the University City side win meet setback requirements the northwest will be able to i Prtee will be awarded for
Recalling his experience as a Television Cable Co. said a from the east line plug into the cable circuits.: the costumes judged moat

member of a similar committee new delay will mean no service of section 1S. .18. Milliken Mid the tower and frightening, most beautiful,
In Fort Myer before coming in Gainesville until the In a progress report, Milli- cables will carry six channels most original and most typicalof .

here Robertson told the advisory i first of the year ken aid transmitting cable two from Orlando, one Halloween. Mayor HowardT.

committee there will be The neW delay concernedwith .his been strung on telephone from Daytona Beach two McKinney will present the

Elw no worries finding enough students ,I location of receiving tower and utility poles through from Jacksonville and channel prisea at I pm. LYNCB
to attend the two, year I base and anchors resulted about 29 per cent of Gaines five from tilt Universityof The carnival Is sponsored by

w community college. from zoning problems.Weather._ ville.' Florida. the; Gainesville recreation department
"No matter how you plan, you News Editor

win have more students than Booths win bo Judged and
you planned for" Robert 0 n Roundup More About prizes will be given the most Appointed At

slid. y popular and the best decorated. .
Dr. Reiti said the Junior college Organizations sponsoringbooths

not only was desirable hereto A Attach.From'Page., include, the Boy's Club, UniversityRobert
fulfill the needs of training Beta Trl Hi Y, Stephen Foster

manpower but ai a" means of school University City Lioness R. Lynch Jr of Pom-

6 educating a vast number of high T amA 1 Moose College of Regents Klr- I pane Beach become new and
school graduate who an Dot aid by-Smith school, Wheel ; Club I feature[ editor In the University

qualified to enter a itata,university. : -NnyM'/M1tir..N ew rrle.p r =mRtr: 't agreement on 'Viet Nam and Alpha TrI HI Y, Sidney Lanier I Ii Florida' Division of Intormalonal -
: Inr.e Women of the Moose, L D. 8. '
... iMtorlr win* S N111M mNw ,w the 10(2 Geneva agreements on I Services Nov. L
Universities In Florida are "0i-.rnr Laos." 'Relief Society Tee Club, Lake The appointment was announced -
with taw .
douy tafty '
drawing Junior college transfer hut MS Myr.. Friday mwtly Mr. 4 era Hanoi radio said the North Forest P. T. A., Young Moth- I today by W. H. (Hoke) "

student in ever increasing NNM. Mb' a.r NHlMMMrly.,Mind .M urifMi lM It 1MILIrmf. to" 1/. Vietnamese Foreign Ministry ers League Gainesville Newcomers I terns, director of the division.

numbers President Belts said. HIM Mr kwr. "strongly denounce and protests Beta Sigma Phi Lit- Lynch 29, fills the vacancy
Student who are not qualified CD Considerable cloudiness against the abovementioned Uewood school Women of I created: when Mrs. Georgia I

rr academically to enter a unlver- through Friday with acts of provocation of the Woodcraft Clvinettes I and I dhotis was appointed health I

sly' on graduation from IIIh I some showers today and tonight U.s. and Its agent vtJ+vll the ParaMedical.If :,sciences editor at the J.;'Hills
High today 71 to 12.Northeasterly
I it rains Saturday the car- :Miller Health Center.
school can enter a Junior college Democratic Republic of ,VietNam
winds 15
10 to
and after two yean transfer becoming and demand that they put nlcal will be held Monday at' Lynch to a former Pompano
mUll per today the same time and place. Beach Bureau Chief and sports
into the university provided an Immediate end to such adventurous -
northerly Friday. ,,,,,,.
I taken the I editor of. the Fort Lauderdale
they have ,required I r MMtly cloudy (Drouth ti\- acts.
course and maintained satisfactory toy .IHl occMlonX mtwort todoy totMriMit Y More About Vews, and a IBM graduate of
._. .,. .
"en "ow N. I.sw -. II. "A Is well known on Aug. S,,
grade he In ale ". Morlho .Nrlr wlnotII the University of Florida Schoolof
: .
( Hour totoyctmlna b UM US. plane attacked a
"We have seen a tremendous S GAINESVILLE WEATHER Journalism and Communications.
ml'.r. .r. '
: IuIII t, Increase In theae transfer students O rT 1engM. KM tacMlyNlfH SSLHI. ,number of planes fa tile Demo BarryFrom ,.
tAwN.Ma. lit ..., .... e___ Municipal Airport readings critic of Viet Nam and
In the put three years," 'i 'raw wee:".. Neal.1". r for 24 noun to g a m. today: Republic During his six years with the
: Their First Snow, M.y n M L1.nLM again on Oct. 10 and 17, bombed Fort Lauderdale News, he also
Reltx said. "This fan we had .reuM 71. rMMgrsw"a.. N High 77 at 12 noon low 03 at Page 1
'. N"r : and strafed Ta Rua, Taping, Ta
worked basis
": time
than last 01p.rt -
600 more year. .nw.... ....M vale womMiti" ......".. 11 p.m. No rainfall
: Twe ladtoa women delighted la the first snowfall *l KM MINI By 1970 there will to twice :) WM rokn (oodi ond NaiMoTMJNRATUIIII ,,,,,, I.41MI.tunrlM Pol and other places of the "Now I am not accusing I for Golf World Magazine later
r//i any
which covered puts el Nerta Dakota yciterdiy. Mr*. um w /.MrrrMtl':::::::: aa om.Now : Democratic Republic of Viet becoming Florida advertis I n g
: a* many Junior college transfersIn ." Democrat of being a Communist -
Natahkl DOT! Rat (Ml) and ...... Guide Nlraala. Pastry. tolaaatfvei the unlvenlty' aa then anIrishmen. IUINWNIRI,." M..MIwMnlrew Moon .:..:.'".' '::::"'4FROMININT Nana territory" I In the demilitarised but I am getting a little representative'! :;for that magazine
MM, It went on."The "T.. ..
: .. loattora India and wive* at andaate etadeats. atNorth To make room for JiweWIN : ;: aJ: .mavIT'lLI ... ..... denouncing .
Maim/ .......::::::::; : rw sin sm.YMne. sick and tired of their not
Dakota SUM Uatvenltji at faro. romped to the first them, the University ha placed ................. a.. r UkNITIlohini. bombing and shelllm Lynch served u secretary
this this
/ .... 'm UK MUM ... S N Mb raid.. of Oct. 19 party ind
: had ever seea.Nlao = :: :: : ; lilt prove thai treasurer the.Pompano
snow They
a telling on till afaur of the MONM'N :..:: n. i"'ISO.eiw CWve. .al M>> munlst group not denouncing
i tilt U.S. Beach Junior Com-
: still Chamber of
-.. y? a freshman clast Rota said. N:w "M'o::::::, :::::, 7 : VMiw:: low ID MM ........ 4ill MN.C0l an their backing." .
., w.MNINe ,...., 71 53 stubbornly carrying on provocaHOB p mares! to a member of the
< n ARRESTED to 'tha' relationship Kir TIOISPrMovHMi
Pointing Democratsare
Inup rer cM eee ........... ... a7 M .n .* I:. *.m an< 11:11: agalnat Democratic Republic Goldwater said the Elk*. Club, the Florida, Sports
4 between a Junior, college and Cs, ..... .....
Radio Stanleyvlllo has dlsekwod == ".:::::: 71 u e MARIN r lCalU,41.: /R' of Viet Nam to an attempt forever demanding that he niters' Association: and the
Pail Carlsea the UnJvantty of.Florida, Dr. WorNiLM ....... 05 OULPi NorNwool mt MISS repudiate the support of some
that Dr. :: .IT. to ant their schema Golf Writers' Association 1 of
,...: .:: carry
rr aHyoarolrfAmericinmedical I Aetti said these II ..very'raeonto a.....MfolM. .......... ..... U.. Lz!. wdr.*J l"li '** "** Irk to 'expand till war:;to' North organizations.. -' America. In 1M2 he was select ,l

missionary, .hat been eipeut t cooperative. and cordial Viet.Nam to complete. defiance "I am not worried about these id. is one .oNJTlve' -Ouistandng -

: :iF: arrested for ". pyi a ," and arrangement could ; that. the of latarnatkwal law. and .world gemQsbut\ I am a little worried Young.. Men.1; la .P mpano
: ( tf. brought to the Rebel capital for It U expected Kremlin: Nikita. public opinion." about Communists" ha said ,.. Beach: b.Jbt Junior Chamber

,; ,trial by "military tribunal." cons-ent On Sept It two UA destroyed "!t I.bow of any CommunistthaUver of.Commerce.Me ., .pw. ,..
: '''''P''j' to An official. communique' a c- were nportedta Action In thinks of helping mo,"

." '!/ ;' ::, cured Dr. Carlson 'of being a other.The university to jaw. 'with its doctoral the Gulf of: Tonkin ,off North to declared, "I am going to tell ;: Mo"re.j1b olit

1', "United States,major." It said candidate could, provide a Was DictatorialROME Viet Nam. Washington reported Mm ttgt out And in 1, amaiklnffcj : "'- '- ... ..
he had been captured Sept. 20. h to do ;. :
opponents )
kr source of watt qualified .In .the destroyers opened fire en jay
.- '."In the Yakoma fighting, la In. structors' Riltx said. In addition what they tboVght wan attack the same. thing." LBL
: :.: good health and Is awaiting there an many wives ol (AP) The Kremlin tee was told nothing oftha. 'out; tag Vietnamese torpedo boats. Goldwatat tolled m a I. t'- .

1 trial by ...military,.tribunal ai faculty member at the university .his told Soviet Communist par. come of Adzhubal'i bat ma>I i, fa the August crisis three plaint igftojt U.S. -eom-I l ., ., /1<>" -,

: :.I I'-''soon at' It completes.. III'. study who an eminently qualified, ty workers that rXhrushchev sloe to Bonn and only learned torpedo ..... attacked: the UA Clung '-fir Worker ha :.. Fr4I''" 1
: 1 "'; t, of the case. to teach at the Junior college was ousted because he from the Western press that ha destroyer lladdo ''1'bIt battle, "Many limp the I'J'tSIIn .. e
r c l. Tho Radio Stjfnleyville com level acted dictatorially and did a .had formulated prospects the la which planes from the carrier country I hid almost ;
liltf'l chances that !"
k shrad'
: : 1>1" ".' munique followed by only three Roll also reminded the committee bad job besides, the, left-wing German and Berlin quettlon. TfeKinMroga took" part, ended whit has 'Been written'.In thJt.1
"--- ..... ... days newi' reports confirming not to overlook the need Italian weekly L'Espresw re unacceptable to the party. with one torpedo boat crippledand Communist sheet.Goldwater Johnson sprnt Wrdwrinv Inl
moBth oU Quince litho the death of William Scholten ported today.L'Espreiso. Two Southern Califnrn'a. talk In.. iol
of the Veteran Hospital when 'During his own trip to the others damaged. said, "For example
:- abject ol muck attoatloa another American. mlssloniryaccuted I It la completed. said the report, Egypt In May Khrushchev night later PT boats again 'Goldat*'. backersare, 'large crowds IT Ixis Anc'l"..

t at a New Groans chUdreaVhomo .,. of spying Ichollu L. R. (Rush) ,Jordan, chairman written by Soviet Communist made .President Carnal Abdal attacked the Maddoi and tin without doubt Still planning last- Riverside San Btrnndmo: and
r : th.M day; TIll re- died Sept 28 after Rebel beatIngs of the 10 member inter- party Presidium member Mikhail Nasser and Vice President Ab- destroyer Joy. That engagement minute smoke screens provocations tin Diego.

I bait healthy ladlaa. boy hoi. In. Jail at Abed 2M ton committee, presided at the Suslov. had been distributed del Hakim Amer Heroes of the ended with at least two torpedo, and dead cats to smell up Before a whoop-it mxl'err*
: hen requested by 1,171 miles_northwest of Stanleyville! meeting held at the Board of to party workers throughout Soviet Union without tilt required boat sunk. The following night, the atmosphere.' In Riverside Johnson claimed
: souse tilt aattoa, bat tilt the Soviet Union. for himself' the mantle of
Instruction. preliminary approval of U.S. carrier planes hit '
Public P1'"Now
n.Id... bna aarrowod toM SHE'S c .our does a better
w BETTERMotion Other members present were It had been rumored In Moscow the Presidium of the Supreme boat, shore butalliUons and an press responsibiUry.
who olthorladlaai with the language I but
: applicant hovt are adopted .. picture columnist Dr. Robert Wlegman vice earlier this week that such Soviet the Soviet parliament oil depot on tilt North Vietnamese Job for the same ,' In an off-the-cuff remark he

-: Amorkaa or.....*. LaaeUa Parson is reported in chairman: Sam Berry Ralph a report would be made public Khrushchev made an ostentatious coast They reported destroying they're"calling Goldwater said. ,"And I said: "The hotheads ought to go
good condition at a hospital to' Canon, G. M. Davis Mrs. Glen and that It would contain SuaIoy' show of support for India or damaging 2S boat. thing American back to the bench, In the. hot
remind the -
: FAMILY MAN Hollywood where she li being Hoffman, Dr. R. I. Johnson Billy denunciation at the Presidium during a particularly delicate heavily damaging tilt ban and just want to didn't dragup house." -

treated for a broken hip. i Mitchell Mrs. William Pier- meeting Oct. 14 which lima of frontier controversy setting the oil depot fire Two people that" we i He said, "We hive had
: rornor Preildenl Dwight D. Miss Parsons 14, was admitted ion and Jim Qulncey. removed Khrushchev from command between India and Red China. U.S. planes were shot down and these cats Gold- enough of reckless talk we have
Elseahower. hoi boon given the to Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Guy Andrews, chairman of of the party. The report Such help was In line with Mos the pilot of one was taken pris In Cedar Rapids Iowa had enough Of Impulsive acton. -
annual 'Tomlly ol Man" award. Us not been made public In but the water rebuked clergymen he .,
last Friday, a hospital the companion committee In cow policy, way It was oner.Burns'Stepdown'. .
for JIll "contribution to the spokesman said Wednesday. Bradford county, Alachua Moscow and L'Espresio did not ,done worsened the situation.' I said have. become "loud All the while he Insisted he.

principle o( freedom and humanity School Board Chairman G. Hugh say when It got ita summary. 1 Khrushchev's recent declaration cates" of President acfvo.l I I rasn't going to offer his opinionof
throughout the world. Williams and Supt. E. D. Man Suslov'a report, according toL'Espresso that the Soviet Union In Belleville 111, Barry GoMwittr. He said:

His ion John accepted the ning Jr. also were present accused: Khrushchev hu a weapon of total clellrucitioD Misleading, night .Goldwiter The people don't give a tinker
award lot him Wednesday night of !these fallings: which Khrushchev later' downtown crowd against making I I- don't care what think about
it a dinner of the Protestant *- -He repeatedly violated the denied ha .had made caused Charges election-day choices on the to- opponent

Council of the City of New York. SentToTestNeeds principle of collective leader- !alarm and confusion and was a Holley sis of economic Interest I ny He said the Issue are what

Elsenhower li recovering from Queries ship displaying a typical "per. !significant example of his arbitrary TALLAHASSEE (AP) Republican -, I natter.. -

I a throat Infection.APPOINTED. sonality cult" attitude. Incompatible I way of acting without Charles Holley hu' HalloweenStory :
with directives 01. be regard for the opinions of oth- called a "rod herring" the offer The topic to emphasized in

: Soviet party congresses.Ha era of Democrat Hayden Burns ta I Telling lU his appearances, a* he has

1 president Johnson .nil launched and changed resign the governorship if UM everywhere, wen those Involving

named AdlalE-Steveaeoa: U.s. In CountyNearly agricultural policies without ApportionmentDelay attorney general proves he his Library Theme war and peace.
and scent account in a foreign
Ambassador to the United adequate thought preparation. a loon used to be said" he told

Z Nations at head of the U. .. 14,000 questionalns Refused bank. Halloween stories will dominate the Riverside crowd, "that the
delegation for the Nov. I inaugurilioa are being sent to prospective -Ho twitched allocated Investments The rival' to be Florida' next the weekly story-telling Hand that rock the cradle Is the
: of President Eduardo from Industrial were slugging away at the Gainesville
Junior college student and one Itl Mow V" THMi program band that rules the world.
Foil Monlalve pf Chile. sector to another causing consumer vigorously with only six dayi Public Library this week.
adults in an effort by the WASHINGTON Chief Jus- "Now," to said "the hand'hat
industry to suffer left before tilt election at whlcr Children aged 2 to 7 are In-I I
BETTER LOOK School Board to sample educational tics Earl Warren yesterday refused & pushes the button la the
= needs In Alachua County through a lack of coherent development to delay the effect of a one will be chosen. vited to attend Friday afternoon band that could end the world."

2 Astronaut L. Cordon Peeper Supt. E. D. Manning Jr. of economic plans. lower court order that win require Wednesday! .from 3:U to 4:00. Charlotte The reference was to the nuclear I
Jr. reported during his orbits told the Interim Advisory Com- -Ho sent friends or relatives Virginia to reapportion : Uddstrom and Harleenshown button which
; l last yew that be could we Sal. MOB an stagtega comeback : mittee surveying the needs for Including lea aon-ln-law. AkxalAdinubel both its house of delegates and governor lit should be I Marks of the University of'I to lU war Johnson's, crops

ton Sea hi California very clew. k ...11.. says Clifford a Junior college hen the Information on foreign missions stata senate by Dec. 11 and to b1 the Florida Attorney Cener, Florida win give. the narrationChildren up"There to speeches.far
1 ly. Now he li going to got H. J..... Jordaa, a, Is > will be used to makinga without consulting party officials. hold special elections In IMS. al that he bad a tl 2 mffiiM I, aged I to U will.. threats no to room world trigger-made
happy a
much closer look. recur of the school of akg ***. report to the Slate Junior These emissaries had The Virginia case had been bank account HoDey said be war a program based on the(dark the shadow of nuclear
It was disclosed Wednesday, aatf BWtiac. servtco MPallatUhjtta's College Board to January. neither the right nor preparation considered a key test of the had theme of American Folklore "
2 that Cooper will enter a power, Eplatopal. Rae Manning said 50,000 forms to undertake the delicate Supreme Court's willingness togo Buna said that offer aIIouJdend Saturday morning from 10:3Da catastrophe, to said.

boat in tilt 121.000 Saltoa City, pttaL A career suns, ho b were sent to student In grades tasks given them and often the slow" on reapportionment me question. U:30. Narrators are Boots I I At an airport rally to San Di-

I 500 mile race Nov. M. He'll... also artsMeat of the 10,001OSBBOT I through 12 In county schoolsto I results did not correspond to of state legislatures. Today's But to St Petersburg Holleyaaid lendrick and Ana Boyd, members ego, Johnson was buttonholed by j jckviskm .
be a co-driver. m Faaasytvaala Nerves determine student Interest to Soviet Interests. action revealed ao disposition the matter wasn't closed al) of Sigma Anchor at and radio newsmen

attending a Junior college. -The party Central Commit. in by the chief Justice to do so. aD. Gainesville.. High School -md aueationH about the

Another 7,000 forms went to I I lUcatty touchy case of.Walt

\ To Know Kids' Feelings adults. They were distributed TAX EXTENSION .W. Jenkins key While Boss
I la schools to pupil la grade 2, OPPOSES GASOLINE tide, who was forced to i

Know Parents VFer 4,0, and g to take home to their ails being arrested Oct 10
I Sayson parents. Amendment I morals charge
Twelve hundred Auesttonalres Bryant Tor9 All But One
knowing the children, Adams will to sent by the Chamber ofCommerce
you're a nursery school teacher said."In. j to selected businesses Gabl..1ri11.-Sam
faced with disciplining a room- the Interest of the cI Jd'. and Industries.In TALLAHASSEE (AP) Cov tension bonds of shorter periodsof lute the appointments would amount to general memo a*

full of 4-yearoldi. better get acquainted welfare, a parent shored up ta addition to the question- FarrIa Bryant outlined his position maturity would bo Issued lhe" tobeapprovedby 0M Interest pro6 annually. NIII1MI =-
fut with their "real the State Board of Educationand "So." be said '"the schools -. ....5.-./...
a better resource than a teacher aires the committee hope to today on the major const resulting less money for the .... ..
life parents""IT shored up. Hopefully neither get some feedback from the counties. confirmed by the Senate. deal get mon' under the school c..o.-. ... .101 1&
for no other reason than needs to feel Inadequate or determined tjeneri! public by tendingspeakers rational amendments up for radficaUoB > Bryant laid he was divided oa II The amendment would result,Qmd. ay f1usoe. Csrwt1.. .. rwemod ..
IB Tuesday's general ...
knowbg reality, Mid Dr. Paul I-Sarasota homestead eMews : den
to conquer to said. to PTA meetings and tilt amendment, "bull.. probably to changing the current Board of ..,..
L. Adam director of the Unlveratty election. ',.. .. to tome. velaetoto Miawr
various civic organisation agatast It" Control from lit_ members lieu, .tlq !he....
of Florida HUH Miller The told hIs news from to Harmed
*, Manning who la acting a* coordinator governor exempted aero
Those ha favored wen: I aarvtog tour-year terms dale C.cutATnoH IIIATR
Health Costar to Gainesville. Oops! far the Alachna and. coafenaca ha favored an but '.togatoeyearsOat vaftH to I2JOO to ITJOE,... ......IY
",...* an dynamic chana'IDe Bradford County. commlttoaa. ma of lilt major ameadmanta.Tba -JUappartionmentBoard veer worth wale.. ..
.paraoaa wao. am their child. SPRING LAKE PAM, Mtan., said to hoped the surveys ana ha opposed would a* of regents for salver. 'teed --e mintomt .IUS'

= ran te a '......' way than the (APPatrolman Gary Trotter would to completed by the end. Had from 13 to IItI till par cities -rn make an the appoint- waaal fund. Tab one to the stub -:17 win.wdiee l.eMe
nursery tcbool teacher herioUcuamlMrittBlaV'Mainitold moved to to arrest aa armed if December. at expiration of the law earmarking meats untIJ BOW Jan. t (die cad otte .* testate to spend the 01 MatewYa homestead aaaanpttoaatihtiaia" I. py w erAa eR-' -My

man he spotted .to the village R.,1o., (Rush) Jordan, chair the proceeds at the of kis term. But m make them SIT minks prtortoal of twactool u;:=e/ ......... NY

the NattoMl AnedaUon for the hall -only to find that the man BUB of the committee ached- Lwecentpar gaily. second gaso-. after consultation with the ant foal ins school eeastracttoa. i anndilerI aosittoa ea aB .n.e. '--.0--,

Education of YoM| Children was an off-duty policeman hind led meetings for Nov. 4. Nov. lint tai for country road work governor. As It happens only to total N -- .. r--::
Wednesday aigtt.By by a local candidate to guard. 11 and Nov. it The latter ...,, Under lilt program, 39-year Raydoa Burns has nquestedCOIIIUhaIJoa. Bryant old tto rnrent practice area wan to anaaa tbenwo(totolhttV S: -. e =
mvU t lilt ,*. '. against vandals. who had destroyed be a Joint meeting with the lands an Issued with lilt back- .* of to tabled .hi to wtBV Mitof OJBM tteyafiact .w..r..ere s leer ...
feelings you have a h4 atari S3 campaign sign _Bradford committee to Starke. be at lilt las Without lilt a.I Under lilt accompaaytaf ata- .... from Oa acIIIeII toe tar .mabl. the ddha. .

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Miss Alice C. Jantzen, bead
of the Department of Occupational
Therapy In the University
of Florida College of Health
Related Professions, was elected J
of the
first vice president
American Occupational Therapy ;,'"1 \..
Association. ,
She waa'elected for a three- ,
year term by some 1100 delegates .
at the Association's: annual
meeting in Denver. FRI. )1 OCT.I I
She la a member of the Asso
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chairman of Its committee on t
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peaking during the coaIereace. leeejtt fwesa !. the ewe; number of goals In tkMMfAla EACH ;
.Robert F. Stonerock. president )wHI receive both the p end HM awm>*
of the Florida Institute al ".! All chiUren. must be ewcemswiiled by adults.. .
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Vice pmMml w>4 Clrtultlkit M........ By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
THE SUN'S POLICY ..,".., e.... "III.tot. POIMWoi About a month ago on September 22nd, to be ellct-
ibt Aiium io' CMIIMMM
newspapers throughout the country reported the formation ofa t

t. Report the "'11'1' fully And Impartially in the ,news columns. national committee to combat the Ultra Right The, UPI

2. Express the opinion of the Sun: In-but only ,bv-wdllonali.. A Useful ; wire itory reproduced In newspapers from coast to coast I
,3./\AlIth'oIl lidelof, Important conVoversipt l "|uMi. : J4 began with the following two sentences. "A Committee of 80 f
national leaders' Including former Cabinet members, governors '
The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411'. union chiefs educators, and scientists have banded together

i .. to ,'expose and correct' the activities of what the committee -
Man: called twelve John Birch Society 'front' organizations, i
Arms :Control ,. .|t ..announced Tuesday. The organization of the Council for

,: Civil Responsibility was announced by its chairman Dr. Arthur

I i Perhaps" the most primitive. savagesleft plain to, them 'that fighting and kill., HooverFormer Larson; former director "of the U1. Information' Agency..
Larson said the council will. etc. etc.
i on earth are in the interior: highlands tog are now against the law and will l

( of New Guinea. In come areas be punished. At least two villages NOW DP YOU READ that story what would you think? EX,1,1

i small-scale war and individual killing got the Idea Traditional enemies, President Herbert actly. So did we,1 so did everybody else Including Mr. Clarence

are 10 common that there Is they still hunt on each other's land Hoover died full of peacefully and Man lon, who shot off a letter to Arthur Larson demandIng 1
s I content years and to know by what stretch of the Imagination he considered
hardly a family without either a when they can get away with it, and faith. He had outlived his critics '
the Manion Forum of the Air and the Citizens Foreign Aid
man-killer or a man killed. resent it if the others do the same a rare accomplishmentIn .... .... Committee, two of the twelve oranlZltlonlllated in the news
to them. But now they treat it as a itself. But What was the _. _.,- story ss "fronts" for the John Birch Society? Mr. Manion;' ,I

The Australians who are trying: to game with different rules. They more remarkable was that he "He's suffering from lung congestion kidney former dean of the law school, Notre Dame, Is to be sure
had, after some years of bitterness inflammation a member of the national council of the John Birch ;.
introduce law and order education fight with little sticks. erected a new and and a knife in the bock. Society

democracy and advanced economic shining career of usefulnesson But he founded the Manion

techniques wisely do not try to do' Patrol officer G. E. Booth reported the wreckage of the old. THE WORLD'S. FOREMOST ANALYST Forum years before the John
everything at once. They don'thang to his superior about one such battle Burch Society wu founded
We know from his b oaks
and became legal counsel for
murderers in tribes that ;regard '" between poachers and landowners.
and the few Impulsive remarks
the Citizens !
Foreign Aid Committee -
murder as sport or patriotl.m./ But w The landowners saw a small party of of the bitter years that : l/Best again years before the

they do often put man-killers lit jail" poachers slapped the face.of one of the crash of his presidential Of Worst tl John Birch Society w a s'

for a while-to have them emerge them. Then the intruders -gathered career In the vast and' corrosive founded. How conceivably

with new knowledge of more civilized sticks for the "battle", while the depression was a' heavy could they be\ said to be"fronts"
and galling cross to bear. He
j ways, some new skills and I'often home {team man summoned rein. felt that much of the criticism O N,m fork fftmrn ed collection of national Com- much about the new props- ? for the John'BirchSociety

some prestige for having.. been'JaJ. td., t forceraents. They had a food fight. was unjust Some of it By JAMES RESTONWASHINGTON munist parties, on his hands,, ganda overtures of the Soviet

: .4 V *0ne fighter got sore and started to was. ,But, more than that, In.., the and the habit of,critical. ins leaders, or-to rush Into anyspectacular Mr. Manion wrote on Sep
tember 29th. Two weeks later
The Kukukuku tribesmen in the use his stone ax, but stick;fighters seemed there was to feel a tune himself when target h e ,midst ef en the boring clatter Independence was not so negotiations with he had had no answer. Having -

I / I eastern highlands used to battle one oh both sides turned* on him and of fate, a victim of a blind \ of the campaign, It to hardto marked in the Communist Brezhnev Kosygin. or even received! a copy of Mr.

another with arrows and pineapple- chased him. away. He was the only furies. And, to a sense, h e believe but It'. still true countries of Eastern Europe. De Gaulle. Manlon's letter to Mr. Larson

tJ shaped stone clubs. An Australian casualty and he was not hurt. badly. was. 'that the American political I decided to have a go at try'

: patrol officer has been trying to ex Not so Kukukuku these ,men. 1)'Item'w 0 r. k. 'better than THE AMERICAN contenders THE MAIN trouble with the ing to get an answer for my
1 w HE WAS NOT a politician most. for power flail around in American election system Is self. Accordingly I wired

\ -, and it is Impossible efflcentry When the historians of the what seems an interminable that it exhausts the principalsand him: "Please reply western
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9 Burns for Governor to carry on the appalling country set themselves the agony but st least President diverts them from the union collect whether in '' the

burden of the presidency task of rating the presidents, Johnson does not have to cool appraisal of serious and light of letter addressed to .

I'' *. Quite obviously, two candidates His lack of administrative exper without political skills.' they concluded that we had share responsibility with Gold- complicated problems. No you by Dean Clarence Manion

I for of Florida emerged Mr. Hoover had been engi- had "great" or "near great" water after the election Is doubt it could be improved.The on September 29th you have
governor ience and his undistinguished recordin neer and humanitarian. H e men In the White House for over. Barry will s I m ply go British found after centuries .withdrawn your charges to the
from primary elections last spring. the Florida Legislature have not had taken relief to Russia He about half of the 171 yearsof away and there is nothing In of imperial responsibility effect that the Manion Forum ',

Tuesday, the choice for governor for been''pullifled by the questionable had coped with typhus hunger the presidency and that no our system that forces us to that they had to reduce of the Air'and the CUT:
I the next two years ties between Republican : and the chaos of revolu- other nation could claim a down-grade the defeated candidate t b s i election campaigns sins Foreign Aid Committee

o Charles Hplley ,and Democrat campaign tactics he hu'employed in tion. Yet, it Is possible that apart better record over so long a ss the Soviets ar e three weeks and while this are quote fronts unquote for _
\ Haydon Barns.: :'the"past.fewweeks. He'still, cannot of the legacy of those period.AT now humiliating Khrushchev. lslmpossIbleheresome the John Birch Society. If yon
'yelr. Is the do ,
friendship which reply before Monday
Barry will have accomplishedthat toward shorter election
moves a -
Burns'won'thi4Democrattc be considered. ,*. serious' candidate., the average Russian has for LEAST, in another act on his own. ought at least to be October 19 we shall assumeMat
Mayor : / j the American people. He was week unless Barry Goldwater -, studied. you withdraw the charge'"'
Thus in terms ,;,
after arduous and Mayor Burns was nominated a secretary of commerce and in "the comparative snd 'regret having-made It
nomination ,an, on is right predicting the American election Is the Taken ss,.a whole, however, :
sometimes 'bltt.r campaign, 'defeat: "his record as mayor of Jacksonville; then President. major political"\ upset of the end of personal struggle at the system lr not'as silly. si falsely.: '': .., .

I ing several men who also .could meet his familiarity, with Florida's problems : Since he did not understand century the United States least for a considerable period it sounds. Sometimes It, ON MONDAY October
the qualifications of Florida's highest( r and his energetic salesmanship.He politics, he could not communicate will have a government that of time, whereas KM trans- takes time to expose the ls received '
He lacked the ability .has the power to govern. lIt fee of 'to both Moscow of candidates. But collect the followIng -
office. Had Representative Holle/i deeervsaithe chance to show if. power norance
telegram from
Mr. Larson
will be difficult to .
'to "get along with Con- say .and London recently was Just it does finally come to an end; ;
been among those candidates he is entitled to'a four-year'term. : "In reply to telegram
name Ir...." He did not understand that In France the day after I" I your
the beginning think God, stilt usually, ,'
we believe the voters of Florida President De Gaulle Is gone a of October 19, 1964;
bow to contend with the
free .
President to'
Johnson will not leaves the
j would not have considered him a The Sun recommends his electionas checks and balances It cannot be, said today (lnk face President economic be as "effective a magistrate: please be informed that I have"never
: u. Immediate charged that the Man- '
Britain where the En g 11 lit j ; "
serious candidate. governor for the next two years. When the great crash came system has Just given Prime crisis eonpsrable .to the one as he can e Ion Forum of the Air and the

I he took poor advice. He allowed Minister Harold Wilson an almost that forced Prime Minister The people, as"Jefferson observed Citizens Foreign Aid Committee -*'

RUTHLESS SOPHISTICATIONTheCampdigTiihwew himself to say to the unworkable five vote Wilson to Introduce 11 p e r long ago are still "the are quote fronts unquote

,t nation that a return to prosperity margin in the House of Commons -, cent surcharge on most im safest deposltoijr of p o wet:: for the John Birch Society: I
f was' "just around the 'And the Soviets have ports. And hough their are t Churchill: put It'even better have pointed out the existenceof .

1'// i corner" and that the people Just Installed the two platoon serious ,foreign policy problems Democracy, he 'remarked, to quote links unquote between '

YorkBy must rely on "rugged individualism system In the Kremlin with* In Viet Nam and Cuba' the worst system of these orgsnizstions.
." hard within world For
conflicting authority which disagreements in the "except should

I t 1 not be sorted out for the Western Alliance' all those othersystems.; be sufficitratehn Matt-"*
RICHARD WILSON \ kstmeia. have a prayer of ssv3 -j. Republican Senator Jacob BY lia AT le,s(; It million may I.' these can scarcely: be c 0 m- Jon Is on the Birch Nations:-

Chief, Oewles Weshlsftoa:) : :ail. Keating;"',who a week beer Javtts. There Is no'organized persons were out of work and years.Brezhnev and Kosygin facea pared with the more implac Burns ", most. who had Jobs had taken facing a dual Citizens Aid
1I .ble'problems Committoin i
tore the election trailed badly presidential campaign' on the more difficult task than
NEW YORK-Here on the substantial wage cuts. Thousands leadership In the USSR. Snow to See and of course is, the central
.-scene In the nation's largest In the most relied u po n usual Kale since the Demo. were doing pars time President Johnson, even a : ; ,figure to the Forum Incidentally

I and richest city, the dimes Independent poll ,. I If "crsts pre sure, 'of s .Johnson work. Savings painfully accu- much lem than more Khrushchev complicated faced prob- 'BREZHNEV ,and Kosygla, Hii Book may I point out the remsrkaWe *-'

slons of the Kennedy power;f\ f The New York Nsws, sell I t Victory and 1M.Republic norganisation mulated soon were spent when he finally managed to had Jo start theIr regime by tochalqne you have*
In national politics can fi Soon the real estate market convince the world .y used to ;""
f gave Keating 411 per ,cent'against will hive no part get all the strings of powerin trying construct sn hnsgi J.
be more clearly sees. .Those Kennedy's Ml per of Senator Goldwater.It 1 was so : depressed that his own hands that they are genuinely ca- Come to Life? nary story Involving supposed

dimensions are broad, and cent In s sampling that lisoforec..11 creditors postponed taking action Collective did not pable of restoring good relations utterances and retractions by- .
'would have been broader except Goldwater Is a cruel senatorial campaign Farmers were hit perhaps leadership with China while simultaneously If) M.w V.0 TNMt me entirely
ant without-nl.ltr.
an work for after Lenin'sdeath _
long Prime MinisterWilson' ;
: for the bad luck that and Lyndoa B. Johnson landslide in a state and city. where hardest of all (Un 1933 improving relations LONDON tfclpatlon. First you> into .
was only sn un- of Sir
.and .
ended the political career of > which projects out to American politics can be at farm prices were 63 per cent with the West This can be I my mouth the charge' that -
and temporary expedientafter Charles better know
below their 1921 level. easy )
astronaut John Glenn before the unheard of of )l its wild ) done only if they can per- two named organizations
majority } very worst a scramble There wen breadlines and the death of Stalin. as C. P. Snow the novelist are
it began. 'susdsf the Chinees to give Birch
to 3 million votes. It anything "for the support of religious up quote -
kitchens In the cities Also when he did take command to a high government post baa
like this happens Ktat- ethnic and racial soup their opposition to caexi51once a '"t nent whichsoever
Save for a fall In the bathroom Khrushchev d 1 d lot prompted interesting specula ,
Men who bad Held
which upset his equilibrium Ing's own managers do not minorities with appeals for good Jobswere have to cope as Brezhnev or bribe them with vast tion. said. but ....for ;e.t measure .

Glenn today would I think that he can survive. votes not rooted in modern corners.selling' apples on street and Kosygin now do, with a Soviet outlays of military and Sir Charles has written extensively regrets for having nude-:
aid. And if they do it
America but in the hatreds economic: falsely; _
probabiy be running for the violent open rift with the of the high level '
Senate In Ohio ss is his political BUT THERE: would be a and Injustices of a different Conditions did not Improve. Chinese Communists. He did succeed In reaching a genuine in fighting that exists to Bur In inlaid, is j ri ined-;
Robert F. Kennedy bitter taste In Kennedy's cup day or another land In some The Congress paved the out accommodation with I Peking' hate Mr. '
sponsor not have s badly fragmentMARKED government departments. As on Larao,, M,..
in New York. This 1 of victoryIt be, quaffs It, distant time politics In New rageous Smoot Hawley high this is bound to be' regarded to ram that this is the
he will have ridden York may outgrow Its fatalpereccupatlon I :'as a hostile move against the parliamentary secretary gentleman -
would have made a team of because tariff act, much of It against the Ministry of Technology, who heads s committee
In the cost tails of President with the West.
on Hoover's wishes.Unemployed
four Bob Kennedy of New that Is
DAY will he see It all come to supposed to clear
Catholic up
Johnson, whose nomina- vote" me "Jewish veterans President Johnson, therefore -
,York John Glenn of Ohio political
life around 11Im soon? confusions. He tells
Teddy Kennedy of Massachusetts ties lot vice president InMM vote". The "Negro vote", the camped near Washington can take his own time to' me I "
and Pierre hunger of with his brother. JohnF. "Italian vote", even the lobbying for payment of a be. FOR HUBERT, review the whole sttusttoo If In his latest book "C 0 r- constructed" an /mallJWT -

California. Now 'mere sre Kennedy, was a sicken "Arabian vole", But not this mis. In July ittt panic eta be wins. His cabinet will be riders of Power" the here story.I Who does bethink
..1'WASHINGTON MM Vw VIM* am, the UPI There
blow years ed the leaden In Washington. intact His majority to the Roger Quatte, becomes a Jiav
only three sad this to still ing to the younger man. Memo to was nothing st sO
lor minister like Sir Charles. "imagi..
enough to crests M important The blow fen twice when It Is difficult to see hew General Douglas MacArthur Hubert Horatio H. III P hrtJ:, Congress wW probably b I Unlike bow nary" shout the wire
s power boss from which Johnson called Kennedy to the Robert F. Kennedy of Mast was sent with four troops of .Nov. }, election day this i l larger than before. He will !be Quails the IS a Author eesswrvstive., n e r, csrried to hundreds of newspapers story.'

the politics of the nation While House last summer achuaetta could be a candidate cavalry and four troops of year, Is the day'el St Hubert free to make,as sassy or as around the 1
could be Influenced st and watched him like a hawk for the Senate In N e w a machine gun squadron and ,' the Patron of Hunters. few changes to*the executive And for thoserwhe. : enjoy didn't put anything at country.aO Lento i

some tutors time eves con while he recited to him I a York If he were not the brother six I tin k.. The veterans' The earlier Hubert s Belgian ss he likes. "..- Irony, the book hi being published Mr. Larson's mouth. I mere
:trolled. statement of the shacks and tents were burn- In this situation there will here MacMillan and
carefully prepared assassinated President lived In the late 7th by ly reminded him of whit the
explaining why Bob Kennedy ;But be Is nevertheless. '. ed. and early Ith centuries. be no need to worry very Company.1; ; UPI. proper" Of

THIS SITUATION wouldbe would have to forego the 1M a figure of hlgn drama, tense ". ... put tJJen. ..
unique three United nomination.These and IN FARM AREAS a rabbit
vice presidential tight as a coil of steel '
States' senators from the most circumstoaceat: have I He speaks ef his brother s was called "A Hoover dinner POTOMAC FEVER < I CALLED ITL Do
heavily populated areas o f crested severe tension between down times while mentioning When the lid flivver have on record, I said to Mr.q you ;
the country who play politics the two men which both President Johnson once. The would run so more its Michael Ftaeeilver =
.'ass team 'and who have try to bide la the Interest of voice Is haunting and the wheels were used to make a UY JACK WILSON Cow lea Washington Bureau office to thesunsger's

their minds and their hearts winning sew Senate ,seat words ere sometimes the hone or mule pulled "Hoover any communkstioss -

steeped Is the same political in New York. \ same "Me can do better". cart."; lien who could not Republicans make plans to police the polling places on'election" day.'They fig correcting from Or. Larson .
-tradition. Cross-country llai- afford clgareta smoked "Bull ure the campaign has been loud enough to raise the dead-but that's no reason your story or asking -
"son alresdy. exists between But if Kennedy wins h ewill AN IMAGE rises of the Durham" end called It for letting them vote. that you run a clarification :
? The I
the Kennedy campaign la be s force with his,associates other "Hoover duct* files were searched.
mat whe not
was gives
:New York and the Salinger In the Senate, for enough time and slowly Presides Hoove was .. Hofcrng from Dr. Lina Not
Johnson/ with and is government even coOect Presumably Dr. :]
to reckon federal
big to spend funds.
to California. about
:jcampalga superimposed Is this slighter Both side talk big but sieborfy.'seesM U wsai Larson has been too
the Presidents Mdnrteg
But should busy
only protection he be
Non resident Robert. F. flfiire, but with the old elements thought they to take the obvious first at-od! the election w ArillS. the ,
can be that be strongly' used to strengthen banks odd weeks smce= I
Kennedy's entrance Into the outpolled the Kennedy crown style and. charm .corporations,' and railroads, A ,-- the UPI the storyViie_ i ,
showing .nd'aD
New York senatorial c s mpaiga In the states of their own through process ef recovery would be > answering Deea'Manion,' jnsT= \
/ sfsinst I native son choosing about him tie poignant sense believed, begin. It was tee Notice that the Republ cans lave dropped that Ii...'W.oM Yi. Buy n Used composing morally I .race
of nthtoss of Iragesy. So what if he was Car from LILt?" They got a backlash oat there were store wed
:was u set polio- Isle tor that Direct action car co ... ::
:cal a aopiustkattoa.. he Is' ALL 'THE BIG guns have a him Bostonian from Does that keep could not be postponed. dealers that custossers. ,putttef wordswordstb!f

playing It Out way, to the been hauled out for the battle from being New York s good? sec.air There was no heart In the 1111 ...... .
end. There ves very lit tie Is New York. The borough Republican convention el 1131 k we ressM -

'.reason far ssv Dssefsntk to boasts sad Mayor W a 'II rah Tkfc b the contest to watch that nominated him. His defeat Now it comes out way Khrushchev was kicked out-soft oa fpMfr"v ;. ef tilt Ce sca W : ;

:vote attest; ssujlsjui 'f*> behind. KJtonsd Herbert,. ,as sJacttoa night Kennedy was complete. Herbert ** ......., :;:

( tor Kesstth Ywql. BrowneR who engineer the, thIs.., sad so do Keating and Hoover came beck from kit 1 tenttb... i \ ---'.: ::.bM tire ...
:lift yew $escd dM :Demy sod Elsenhower presidential BreweelL: that it will be a disaster to die at *| ss s sun Nobody doubts an.ek'wlSltsedt'tbI esrtk. Tit ejwssjUssi ,Is, ... .....tIIt

land Senate wss4 ......... has come .ctoee election, even In a Johnson loved and I honor*! He and siderisg. the shape. it's la. with they accept It? reflects es the-r- -

'liberality that Blessed eves ,out of politico retirement to teadellde. It may also Harry Truman 11I1 brr ne f. .. the CenmitteeBespoBslbflhy far QvtJ
: .
the AFWaOand the III" yynerrts menage the Keetksj cem- project the shape of things to close friends. His c.Uin *..,. -' '.. M is S frost

'minorty of his owe palm with the backing ef ter, I cone. to national politics and deed or had forgiven hfca -- The Kids of Lincoln Nebr; weremt toe) upset when Little Black Samba wag unquote for the.Jobssm eaoto Ad- :
.state. OB* the evident I'ftIC" mer Governor Dewey Cover- \ we night /have another Ken- and he them. :
The Hoover banned. They just smuggle. it .. school BOW, wrapped. in their monster horror ministration, and Arthur Lar- -
HOB. sgssM Kennedy's ruW :not Rockefeller sod liberal nil. II our future. Italy Is one of our best comic books. eats. Us srtodpsl past.

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t Thursday, October 29. 1964 GclMtvffle SUN S
parents of children: should be, of Florida! would be better off es they would' back down.

: willing to make a part of that without my company. With Khrushchev In power, Consolation: the "npe4 women" was probably

Voice: iof jtEe Investment Jut as I do as a JOHN H. .TRESG, JR. we were dealing perhaps,, Injected into the psi'of
: People parent However, that b not tics'Trigger'Ilappy' with something of. known LBJ Landslide the"mess to give an" extra.
the, cue to Florida where quantity to this respect. But flavor of sadism.
there la DO cost for going to will these new men back EDITOR, Sun: When I reed
: On The Sun's Opinion Page achool or for books and an down? How do we know? Just the "Voice of the People" let- Senator Goldwater, on theother I
local fundt for ecbatlolllllUllt suppose It happens that Gold- band b expected I to I,

J TbpUim ... .......-, .Mm' '..derv' ..|CM>.:...... v.... .. Mw P**.l. .......: UtoraMM be raised from ad valorem vs. Open Minds water Is WI'OIIIIn his assumption ter Friday by,Leslie October C. Ellwood 23, I on control the Communists whenhe i
I* Neal ... few Hw wriNri! ...*... Hfum wJB be wfcMwM If (MM*** A Sin,, .h....UM taxes that they will always give was cant control the '
..... 100 WOT* ... mini a* writ!** .. sub MM.M. d... ,.... *Miy ....* I*..*. fto bad EDITOR SUB: Senator to to us our own terms? angered but not surprised by even factions
SMI NMTVW MM rich. H ..|*.. .*, Sirs w M ....,... a. ....a ........ MM weaves. mmmtmt m I thought your reporter Goldwater says that It .Is an on Its contents. of his own party. These
....... > would report talk and
,n. my outright lie that he is
trigger- This may not be "trl erbappy" factions are the "Mothers for
\ that our discussion WIll Just The charges Ellwood made
happy. but It strikes me as Moral America" and "Cit-
Unanimous you really\ and'truly want a at she expressed B-a per against the Johnson Admin
L Barry Nobly Vote being pretty doggone risky.I hen for Goldwster" organizations
unanimous vote for Mr. Johnson sons! Interest to understand Maybe to; this depends on istration were the usual unsubstantiated -
for a leadership which turned
one prefer out film
about taxation ta what one means by "trigger-, cliche .
? That kind of vote cornea more type
Would Risk ,All Not Desirable only to you bow what kind general Obviously I was naive happy", b both el his boob firm which win always be smears. recently critical of Johnson. i
when our Interests are The Senator himself said the
EDITOR Sun: "A craven of country. In my relationship with and to many of his speeches threatened but'' win also Castro's "Red Cuban dictatorship' film was "racist" and he
EDITOR'Sum: ft was, ofI the media M'thls as wen\ as In the interview In repudiated
fear of death b entering the .... R, COLSON news case always be open to meet the (which I Into it. "
American consciousness ." I I course, DO surprise that yea I can assure you that I have the German magailne last came
enemy midway to try to workout being under the Elsenhower
,chose Prudent Johns to summer, ha has stated
o ayour And
This b the deicaratkn of \learned ID'IeIa. as far as Alachua
recent editorial. 'Learns Lesson'About and over that negotiation with some means by whichtwo Administration) to not "p r 0-
Americanism's County goes, I certainly hope'It
most powerful You might also be Interest clashing systems can survive tected by LBJ.". NATO certainty
advocate Sen. Barry Goldwa But tt waa a surprise (or the Communists is weakness goes for Johnson. But if Itdoesn't
this crowded \ .
ed to know mat you do havea on planet. b not crumbling Europe
e ter, writing In his book The perhaps an over. sight/ on ReportersEDITOR we should never negotiate\ ; we we can always com-
Conscience of a Conservative.We your part?) that you should broad readership. I have should tea them what they Otherwise, the planet may probably "" fort ourselves with the consolation
combat veterans of use totally undocumented figures .Sun: It was very already received several leis must do and threaten them not be crowded for so very elect the U. S. If It should prize: An LBJ landslide .
World Wart II, who already .' In your argument Where Interesting to read In the ten from the Gainesville area with war if they donX long presidentThe Barry Goldwater for In the South and nation.,
have risked life and limb for r on earth did the Gainesville Sun of statements the
you get ape- to effect that the State Senator Goldwater assum HAIL CAIN JR. smear charge about STEPHEN W. McGUIRB I
\ country know that national *clflc figures that cattle prices which I was supposed .. t
moral victory b more Important 'would drop to $14.50,:milk\ to to have made to the Rotary ---
than i individual death. 4$S.. and tobacco to 42 cents ,Club of Gainesville on Tuesday
Sen. Goldwater to one with us. a pound under Goldwater It October Mm. This report
Moral-victory la possible seems that an editor whoso was carried on pageS
with Sen. Goldwater. He will column> have recently\ condemned of the Gainesville Sun for More Than Money People Are Our Business
cure us of the Immoral virus several boob for Wednesday October 11. UN
which--Infects our foreign pol undocumented material would under the beading "Florida's
icy. Read Us words: five as some documentation. Tax System for Forest
"I have come to the reluctant for his own materIaL' Lands b called Unfair".
conclusion that the United A of the which I
And why b It you're' not copy speech {
States no longer has a place going to be satisfied with was actually given before ItI I
to the United Nations." the Rotary dub of Gainesville
Just "landslide"\ Victory .
(Phoenix speech. December. b enclosed. I fed that
President Johnson has

20,'MW. predicted you would like to compart it
"I'd drop a low-yield atom ? Do you really: want a with the report made by the I
unanimous vote for the
bomb on the Chinese supply man Gainesville, Sun. This speechwas
lines In North Vietnam or you say you "do not support handed to your reporterfor
maybe shell'em with the Seventh -, allot his measures" and her review after the meeting ,, .
!leet."" (Newsweek May you say you "are less than : .
20, 1963)) .enchanted with some, of his While taxes could hardly\ '
"I wouldn't be afraid of an past association (Quotesare be considered the subject of ii
armed Germany again. I from your editorial.) think it's worth the risk, be- You further say "be (Gold- ask me questions on this specific' ', 1S I,
cause the only country this ,water) deserves NO VOTE subject and I did discuss fl
world that Russia really fears (capitals are miner from a my personal opinion of 't
b GeI'llllllYanaecL". (Radio ,thinking Florida farmer or with her after tie. meeting I : (
,Interview, 'Federation of. .farm supplier" and that did express the feeling that .'
Women's Cuba April ZI. 1M3) Goldwater'a opposition to the the ad valorem tax was not ,S ((1a (1t f
':"Any foreign policy that this moonshot program at Cape necessarily an equitable way
country adopts should not be Kennedy does NOT merit I of financing our educational
afraid .of wet That to brinkmanship ,him a SINGLE (again capitals needs. It was my feeling that
,",,.(Der Spiegel Interview are mine) vote.. J a' the expense of education ta an 1
June JO. lilt} Florida. \investment ta our children's '
"I have always favored Come now. Mr. Editor, do future and that certainly: the
( withdrawing recognition from t

i Russia. I never, favored ran I II
ognltion from the start. ."
!(U. 'S.,News and World Re GOLDWATERSee
pon, ptember J, 1113)) .
Thins '.words spring from .
the lips. of a true leader- and HNrBARRY
a man prepared to uphold the
national honor and lead our
sons to battle and honorable
death -=;be whatever the fates TONIGHTCHANNEL

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For vigorous International 4
leadership which will demonstrate
the supremacy of a free '
and powerful United. States,, 9:30: 10p.m.. "1 r'.4
we,must support the unique
crusade of Sen.Barry Gold- HIAft DICK NIXON
water to substitute spiritual WGGO
strength for.weakness of the TiSO_J-M.. TONIGHT. vVe Like The Service"At
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Jet Crash Kills

SEE by !' Two SAIGON In' South Viet,VietNam Nam '

(AP) Two U.S., Air ,Force! FIELDS SPECIAL PURi1'
pilots were killed today In the 1M 230,000
the SUNPOLICE crash of their AlE Skyralder on ,
I a, training mission 12 miles ,
northeast of Saigon/ a U.S. military
spokesman said '
FIRE REPORT police today at 2:50 I The deaths brought to M the .
: a.m. and
Accident Roundup charged toxicated.with driving while in-[total killed In number South Viet of Nam Americans In non- CARLOADS OF I TOP NAME' BRAN:

Involved the Gainesville In accidents Police reportedby Department John K. Webb 60* NW 9th ,combat accident since Decem-
ber 1M1, the spokesman said.
Ave. was arrested Gainesville
I and the Alachua County by -
Sheriffs Office during the police Tuesday at 1:40 a.m '
00j past 24 hours were: I and charged with driving while JM'Felds
Marcia L. Robinson, 835 SW'intoxicated. J.M. FIELDS WASHERS AND DRYERS i

.. 5th Ave. and Brenda G. Bran- GENERAL HOSTIPAL. JEWELRY
M nen, 207 NW 17th St., at 1:30: October 21,1M4BIRTHS
: p.m. Wednesday at NW lit Ave. SPECIALS lffl3
and Uth St. : I *
Thomas C. Imeson II, 107 SW Mr.: and Mrs John B. Duce,
: 28th St. and David H. Levine, 1743 NW 3rd Place a boy: Mr.
:- 9 Fraternity Row at 1:25: pm.1 and Mrs. James Lepper 244B er-
.. Wednesday at SW 2nd Ave. and Flavet III, a girl; Mr. and Mn .. "-
: 23rd St.Wllmer. Robert S. Arrants, 3905 SW 20th __ ,- ; I
: Gushing 717 NE 4th Drive, a boy. I
.. Ave. and Dorothy W. Hlnson, ADMITTED: 2 SPEED 5 CYCLE if yIva
.:. ItS NE 4th Ave., at 1:03: p.m. $
Wednesday at 700 NE 4th Ave. Mrs. Enulia Marrero, Mn .f
: Chester Buchanon Jr., 23J SE Elizabeth Perryman, Mrs. Shirley t'4 a of DIAMONDS b aatoiaatlt7
: 14th Lane and Lance Shiver, Rt. Duce, Mrs. Natallie Corn- = i
.. 2, at 1:51: a.m. Wednesday In, well'William Brown, Mrs. Nova ttl lw = .
.?. the 400 block of SE 13th St Kyle, Mrs. Mamie Wilson, = ASHER .;
James R. Coleman, 3111 NW Mrs. Mary Alice Bryan, Mr. == IA"t.
:2 4th Melton Yates, Mr. Samuel '
St and Herbert Fort Hawthorne Ray ores
=: at C a.m. Wednesday It Harvey, Mrs. Judith Arrants, I enere. 9900
.. NW 6th St and 28th Ave. Mary Lee Harvin all of Gainesville -- .
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expert football game prognostl- the Alabama-Florida game, the I into to submit entries on postal ed. will not be judged.GOLDWATER .
cators last week tie-breaker. Alabama won thegame 1028 N. MAIN GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER !
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H Voters Divided 9 Y Yy YI I

I ,Regionally i ii

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As the Presidential campaign! enters Its final stages, an I
:S analysis of the voting patterns and Issues reveals sharp con-
trasls between different sections of the country. The nation
wide standings of President Lyndon B. Johnson and Sen.
2 Barry Goldwater throughout the 1164 campaign have tended
to obscure the dynamics of their shifting fortunes within such
: key areas ss the Industrial East or hotly-contested South.' ,vs"e
i it
E Here are some of the principal findings from a survey com-I:
pleted earlier this week. \
:: Support of Mr.' Johnson In the East appears to be aoartgto
record heights and bas now reached a phenomenal 70 per 't ; .
H: "cent. Underlying the surge Is support for the President on 'Thl.Chrlstm... .
:i the peace and foreign policy Issues, Including: a heavy crossover -
.* I of Republicans Conversely, 87 per cent of the voters m '
this region believe Senator Goldwater,would plunge, .
Into war if he became President. ) Meet' fashion's new lookIn
," 0) The country west of the Rockies shows every sIp of .
j strong Goldwater gains Mr. Johnson has declined from a'
4 high of 68 per cent >In early August to Us current total of 87, -
: 'per cent. The Goldwater issues of corruption and lack of morality -, Fins Diamond; Jswslry. .'.- I'A. = '25
in government have bitten deeper in the West than. -
:: ,anywhere else. at
-v The South still yields a majority for Senator Goldwater lathe ,Ssnslbls. Frlcssl I.LuIwIouI IIIIIdIId'I''. '31S0
," h.... or J4.IIIIIt cola .
:: over all population vote. But, in the last stages of the campalgn I. e
: Mr. Johnson is showing some signs of a comeback, I
outside the Deep South. Before the recent Muter. G .In esch'141uet .
particularly = 5 7SO7Th
.;1. of Khrushchev and the detonation of the Chinese nuclear bomb, Open a Cfiarge Account. Pay'Weekly or Monthly! ... ,
the President stood at a low of 41 per cent In the South. As of \ '
,1. ., ., D.. ideaends III....1MI1 II..
'last week-end, he had risen to 46 per cent of the vote and had ,'7510
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:- actually forged ahead In several Southern States._ i
% The Midwest has hovered between ? 60 and 64 per cent f M
;?. of the vote for Mr. Johnson throughout the campaign'and
j stood at 61 per cent last weet- d. Prosperity tends to help. 1a
-i, the President more in this region elsewllertwhlle Senator
::: Goldwatef strikes 44 per cent of the voters here a'' '0/
"radical" then a conservative ..
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-< These are the regional trends oa the Presidential race smce, .....

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: EAST _

.; .... o. Cat, Per Ceat,
0( .Late October 70 SO
.'. Mid-October I 66 .St j J
:: Early September 64 SO ,I
Early August 68 06

If Ceat Per eat
: I LBJ better handle sudden crisis 70 06 A Onmslte nttlMN pearl wn
dn.Iu to e/r/ lea aM... .
:f LBJ better work for peace 76 68
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"'; '. LBJ better keeping US out of war 76 I 80IT t A
.V" ,Goldwater Would get U.S. Into war 87 81HT L $J.t.II dlemarde SOld pinaw In 11I1...11M"_ '59" :'

1 HI .JOHNSON GODWAT R Co 3dlemend 'RcNMd Drop" .:.
::.5. PerCeat Per Cat; ',1IIW1n1Mlt1Mw __ ,5900 :
r rrjf Lata October M' > 17..t \ 41i2J .
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:: I' ', dot 4 saeaera k.-ana =59" ,, =
I Eery SepamberL 66 08 ere readerstNa.Id_, -
;2n Early August 68 a .
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3; Negative on LBJ In Baker case 'Uf 'II.I 'ididdiI Ntat1N c SOld 135'r. Wan tl4apldt_ 5500'
I Negative on LBJ handling of corruption 00, ii' i '
...: Negative on\ moral level of administration 84ZS 50 I
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t: : Goldwater better handling corruption. 88Sc 50 ==::Id'-215 mal' t hi. '15OO
a, TOTALICM'II t. c.Wamond MNehee"delp $300 CL I4temad'Hes.t deillft lit '
-? 87S0 I
.... JOHNSON. COLDWATER : set eaate. .J.t.III/IId/
::- '\ Per Cwt PerCtat,a aLate r
D.. adaabed'Oudsn'destpn. ,JIM IL IIQuIaIII J.t.II SOld.bIt
October ,46 M. '
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bider'" lit 1ft 1ia.old at" sdlema/de/ t.L
la' MUOctober 41 80
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-.. 3 Early' September 40: '81 ".

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:.. : :KEY,ISSUES IN SOUTH. 1 r r
w r '
j-jj II Per Coat: Per. Ceat res. .. -, US, LBJ better keep US out Of.war 86 00 I -
S--Z: LBJ better keep U A strong _. .. 81 01m / 0."ORDON'S
.OoWwater handle race problems better 84 30 : 1, _
..iTj. Oppose Civil Rights Act, ,80; '10. i& JEWELERS



-I'TJ ,_ Per Cat Per Cast ,..
:*-\'Late October 11. '

.= Mid-October r 60 40. 1222 NORTH MAIN SfRhLT: .,
61 30Y4
= Early September
Early August 63 37 Star* H...., 9 AM 9 PM M..4.y Tans SetllNe't
po ; ffcl. 17.**.. "
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.ni- c. Pot c.a:: r sow wr..rr.. w.ww..r.w w w sore
::--LBJ' better keep eoooomyheaWiy 67 64 ... ,
;- LBJ better keep US. out of war 71 60
.- .. Goldwater a "radical44 40I -
ISupport. Chrfl Rights Act 11., 86 r __ \" _
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Thursday, October 29, I9<4 GotnesWffo Sun 9dude

Ii i -- Retired Justice Burton Dies At 76 I It I Gainesville's

I j f WASHINGTON. APR e., retire from the Supreme. Court He was near the end of his friend. I s

t : : tired Supremo Court Justict six)'fll'\>I ao." first term as a U.S. Senator Two memorial services will 1{ "'
...\ Harold H. Burton to dead at 71 '" when Truman appointed him to be held for Burton the first at
t Burton, while serving is a ONLY
j the Supreme ,Court. Truman All Souls Unitarian church in Carpet ..
He died t{George Washington Republican'senator from Ohio,: Washington the second at they eta
broke precedent by attending
UnlversityHospital Wednesday was appointed to the court'In I First Unitarian church in Cleveland -, Car
session in
the court which
frolli "com motion of illnesses INS by Democratic President -INC.
Burton sworn in The -
lA. Failing health had tared him to Harry S. Truman. They had said was be wanted to preaident pay I Times for the services have I' Specialty Shop

\I been close friends when Trumanwas tribute to ,a long-,tune personal.not been announced.GOLDWATER. .... I OF GAINESVILLE
,-- '- ---
a senator from MIssourL.Chief 1.'
I 534 N. MAIN ST.
Justice Earl Warren,
when informed of Burton's

I death said: I FJ
"I am sure that in Its long
See and Hear ljffi INCJ.
history no justice on the court
has been held in higher esteem BARRY
I by his colleagues. His opinions t/
H'r written for the court will be a TONIGHTCHANNEL ....
lasting memorial to him and
will long be studied as a part of _
the development of American 4 I '

jurisprudence. u 9:30 'lil 10pmHEAR : SALE ,
In one of his most significant
1\\. opinions Burton issued the
ruling that outlawed racial segregstlon DICK NIXON
on railroad dining cars. WGGG

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BURTON jor rulings by the Supreme OAdwtl.r. ) Continues through Saturday

tAr Wlr.H..l. H till Sun Court on civil rights ,i I .




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Coo) NOT r.t DM II ,NORTH 4J8J4 himself discard to problems be thrown and in allowed eventually .. .1 "_ I'-, JBf >

REGISTER BridgeStrong *' I 9A1 to lead away from the .. ... .
FOR FREE 25 LAN TRUSCOTT | .4 1017QJIt heart king. ... .h... .. I IA .

At other tables the opening .
1 balanced hands thai t t have been dangerous In view! ofare WEST EAST (D) lead was usually a diamond, TERMITES __ .
Include weak doubUtons I the diamond weakness, and .QIOU 71 and the defense won the first 'INVAI>t : ,
HALLOWEEN TREAT often among the most difficult: three spades would have suggested 9 KJ10t 15432 Four tricks. East then had to
to bid, whether the distributionis I four-card spade support AJ42' Xlsa shift to a heart to defeat the
4432. the Wbea all bids 414 4105'SOUTH
M-3-2 or When possible MelD
contract. If be failed to do 10, ,
opening suit bid dicta a response -inferior, one might as wen
South was able to West
FRIDAY AND SATURDAYClip In suit in which the bid
a make a that win mislead 4 AKS by taking his spade winners
opener has three cards the re- the opposition. Goodman, therefore ,WQI74AKI71 J
and bring coupon to our store, pick out the giftof bid is particularly difficult, u bid two diamonds, show QI then his club hand winners. 1- /
it was in today's deal that he get bridge
Ing quite accurately,
your choice, anything In the store (value to $25)) ", -'ii'' '
i The initial bidder can sometimes held a strong hand with club East'and West vulnerable
were No typo of homi It tof Iron tarmll*.'Th.y :
write It on coupon and drop In box. avoid the problem altogether length at the same time discouraging The bidding: VOTE climb. through cracks tI.ghoInt./ .. woundpipM. ..
by opening with one a diamond lead East South West North up Into tttt woodtn construction of your ..
but In this the horn*. Careful and ttwrough tr otm.nt of the
no-trump, case Pass
the eventual trump 1" Pass
I against no 1Pass 4 HAYDQNBURNS ground end foundation, with the right imriwdi .
South hand, with It points anda contract. 24 Pass 3 and cfMmlcolt.. fe Hw only nit way M privet :
Adulfs five-card suit, was slightlytoo West hesitated before makinghis Pass 3NT.' :Pass ,Pass., the danger of Mrmltn. ,f

Name . . . . :. : . :. ... strong for such action. As opening lead, then chose PasWpstjed "IIIINSPICTIO.+ ... a BTIMATISDA .... ,, .. s
It happens, a no trump opening the club five. This was clearlydue I the five of clubs. ..

Add*.. . . . .. .. . . ... would have gotten North- to a reluctance to lead the spade ten.South ..
''/"' South Into three-no-trump other suits, and marked him wen with dummy's a It : .
Telephone Number '! . .i . pinpointing the winning with honor strength and probably -fact,' to";West's consternation, ALL-FLORIDA PhoneONTRO' i'', "
'j'1 opening lead for West. fewer than four hearts. and was sore of nine tricks In '. GOVERNOR
Specific item 376-2661 "'
The deal was played In tileMea' practice he made. .eawieA t
With no obvious play for the a valuable
Pair Cbimpknihlp at ...
elected . . . . . . ( the recent Upper New York ninth trick, Goodman decided overtrick, because West had
to rely on the illusion createdby .., .
Prlc. . . . . . $. . Regional Championship.Goodman of New his diamond bid. He won the .,
i Manuel -
York was City who won the event club lead with the ace crossed _J!. .../ {I.., ... .
In partnership with Steve to the club Jack in dummy, and ....'"
the diamond ten. West won ..r
Berg of Rochester. ran ..
Pennies for ChildrenUse After opening one club and with difficulty.the Jack South's and was bidding againIn <')'(",','II.f; ,,,!,' ,r;, \ ..
clone spade
getting a
coupon to guess the number: of pennies In pumpkin Goodman had to choose.-strongly suggested a M-M dis

In our store, one nearest to correct number wins tween various unattractive re- tribution, including a singleton! .
bids. Two no trump would spade so West shifted the ,
pumpkin and pennies.Child's :Ii .' .,.
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Food ." '.
Welfare : '
Negro Buys \ ; 'olii \/oo f
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Name . . .. 1! .,. .Hf" ; ,:
;' . . .. Providing food clothing med- and president the past two : ': ? 1J1''r i f.J,'"' ". r

Address . . : ;I. .. :.1.:. . .:. icine and transportation of the years also acts as an investigator I
sick to the hospital is the bulk for other agencies such ai II

Telephone Number, ,.'.,. : : . of the services the Salvation Army and the' I
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Number of I Negro commit- The Negro Welfare L e a g a e !
nity WelfareLeague was organized in IMt.There are
Pennies t six co workers besides! Hendrlx -

In Pumpkin . . . . . U made the possibleby $1,315contributed non: and secretary.Mrs. Fannie All w D If, Shan t is <. ? r"s : i

. i, . o. ., .. . ." in volunteer. The
1963 by the ;< 4b '
United Community The crew that reached Amir G r

Fund*. lea with Columbus dreaded em- ) ,
E IRDJI8a The Negro League cooperateswith barking on Friday finding r
k+ the Central Welfare knives crossed on a mess table Merita i
League in locating 'kelp for and spilling salt. When the _... .,. )
TH"" :needy families in the Negro weather was good the men| .I/

community: to Gainesville andAlschua 'scrupulously avoided cutting'ftogeraaila

'l tEl: WRKWOCNTOWR! LOT County. trimming their kairl ..
Albert Hcndrix six years a art whistling lest fate be tempted Giant .
I supervisor for the Negro League,II send ft disastrous wind
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site ef emeN ...... Sprinkle S to 7
A tablespoons "peach ...... a Htfe at
e dine ever 1IIiIdu wish seisingI llllelac. '
and twrw0 KQntsV wWi fonts Add .:
I quid W drieai panto i.. pueMnf -
bumps' to eider UIIIII dough II lull :
moM enough to held teeetrmftell
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Illicit t" .brohes terse store ?
I twined $"I'Wl pwpWIi rH MOMVfIfMA | long
MIL, mice PMfill Plums hipMtryKncd ..,
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edge by fading MI enact UIIdIr
boners ftfUtt mkns Coat stn"
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then el MO for ttiettCever
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edge wMt feU. sit set 30I

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M''"JANISIOYK.N.. 17.'of Melbourne Fla. the Sat a 2.iwieipoons........*pumekta use unite pie*spies. ."..

Poridlaa and the only Junior Contestant ever to win Itspwe...............eawMI today y :
First MM el_000, shown With bar PMcheeiy Pie. ..
which WM Judfed best of the 80 Senior end 20 Junior I eembint........usaaeept ....
entries the competition. eons-.e...else ease ph
.end venWe eitrectIlet
100 finalists cooking: and taking their favorite red,. I
en 100 dam.bes electric ranpe, won 1100,000 In pr&eeet
misbur/i National AJkEIectrfe Bale-Off held Sept I e CAdeadcMe TgppfregI 1 ..
14 et the AmericaM Hotel Miami Beach. ..
2 eggt.aee.ty
And the total elecUe. operating aid for the entire I

da/i bokeolelectric wee ea emeifaglyiow fUll for the 100 ........*.sue....*.........aeeN :
ranges.. Of about 7)1'per,range. .
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PROVING ONCI AIA.N. why' over a million Florida ,amiU. t Mbloweoe.Ninon..Ndee wai'K.. -
.have found tlamelees electric cooking cleanest,.coolest I Combine toot MOM end I .*... ..
eafeat. .end CHEAPEST tool! sees peect Squid.M ems.Muss' ...
,.... Clot 1M law tat swngeorwemM .
UIIIII IIIiIduIe wtiten
Now Cheaper then Ever to eo ALL'ELICTRICI aauI erkrlne. v9 ? J

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.lake wet miser II' stoves weiLG I ...
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:, y Dissatisfied With Barry and LBJ? 2 YEAR GUARANTEE. L!..

WASHINGTON (AP) .Joseph of the Constitution party Llghtburn and Munn an I date J.8. Stoner of Birmingham 'mpalgnlng for votes:iw4"a as. I BLANKET "

+ LJghtburn doesn't want E. Harold Munn, however, among at least eight Dunes. put It to "repeal all! illsdale/MidL, college profesnr Others, like segregationist I ELECTRIC I
to be counted out,of the presidential takes what he considers a realistic party presidential candidates,, civil rights laws." baa made speeches from John Xasper who heads the I fit. :
race. view. running In one or more states or, And for Henry Xrajewskl, the coast to'coast and Ughtbun States Rights party ticket have'
"I! It goes Into the House, "Of course, there's no possibility seeking write-In ballots nextTuesday. : Secaucus: N. J., pig farmer tat made a 26 city; tour of Tear stayed at home ._ 'I ONLY :
they wouldn't have to put John- of It," he says, regarding turned tavern keeper It is "to I
ion or Goldwater In. They could his chances next Tuesday. Munn Each has his cause! ; few have,run against two millionaires asa J a1.
easily put me +In," says Light- is running on the Prohibition much hope In 1960, the minor, poor man's representative." Pick Your Own Halloween $O99 ;
burn, the presidential candidate party ticket. party nominees polled less than Two of the minor parties are
L [one of every 200 votes. Socialist- the Marxist Socialist Treat From McCrory'sAdulfs .........,I!, ., e.
i For Ughtburn, a Jane Lew. Labor party whose candidate, ..... .......... e
: Eric HIM of New York. Is making --
HEY KIDS! W. Va, merchant and a hurried ( :
his fourth I
race for
substitute when Alabama Cov. I j Single Control .
OUR T tEAT TO George C. Wallace declined to : and the trotskyite Social- I ,
,/ accept the Constitution party 1st Workers party led by Mississippiborn Nome . . . . . ... 1 ','
designation, the cause "Is "a Clifton Deberry, now Automatic Control Adjusts for Room y :

GUESS HOW MANY PENNIESIN return to constitutionalism.", of Besides New York Krajewskl at least- Address ., ;:, \." . . . ... I Temperature. : '1

For Munn, the cause Is to two candidates are running Telephone.Nunber..'. . . . j 1 Completely Washable : : '
I "R"PUMPKI "apply Christian principles to .
solely on a write-in basis Louis :'
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government," attacking "creep. &!:. Jaeckel of Lancaster, S.C., j Specific! Item'0/' ... < a Moth Proof and Non-Allergenic ; :
f log encroaching communism
Clip out coupon by a below parent and and bring guess to the'our number. store,' accompanied of growing secularism" -, the and Bishop American Homer: party Tomlinson candidate of, ,I selected :\ ', .,.' . . . . 't Super Fiber Finish Blanket Fabric .'. : :
I pennies in pumpkin,in our window,The one guessing pornography and alcoholism. the Church of God founder of : . . .it ... . . . .C Green Blue Pink Beige Rose : :
For the States
closest to the correct number will receive, all of them Rights party It the Theocratic party. I i .

tm - has sea is-as vice-presidential candi- Some of the, candidates are I Price, , t.-:. .. $, o Use Our Convenient Loyaway Plan ,: .:
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I: .. Aa; .b4 II,T. tilts! .... ".us Off o. A.rthieMCCRORY'S'.. .

I Child's! i I I More About -... ,., .,. .. ......J 00 FIRST TONEISNER'S HOURS :. .
-Nome' .' : ..' . . MON.
I *." t I" Chou En-Lai THRU SAT.
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I Address : ;:. i i .. -, .a . . I I '9-9
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Page 13 S.C. FIRST FR 2.4339

I Telephone l Number . . . . I He held out sere hope of any U.s. armed forces should- withdraw On'The Square GAINISVIILI II JO North SHOPPING Mel Street CINTIR : \I

I Number of ''I early improvement'"In China': from Taiwan and the Taiwan II --- ..

.. Pennies relations with the" yet Stralta.

I rln Pumpkin '. . ; . . .1 "We have rich experience In Premier Chou also discussed' I :
dealing with the U.S. government ,changes; "Indeed grest THESE DEMOCRATIC
," be said ,The U.s. has; '
Btis tom resits ttss -; alas Maas .l changes, which he said had KEEP
held talks with the ambassador taken In
recently place the situ
of the People's Republic_ of atlon and nature of aligned LEADERS TOGETHERFOR !

China, only legal representativeof countries. ..
the Chinese people for more -'
then nine years-and yet It doe. "Viewed from these circumstances l s .:
... not recognize: New China. and the, relations Philippines between caq China and The. Nation. Florida Alochua County i :
"There la Indeed no precedent should be Improved," be said. it .
rt = For that In world history. My .
knowledge o( International re- Pakistan, he said, although a : :
= atlona la limited and there member of the Southeast Asia .
might be such precedent, but it 'Treaty: Organization, "which launder :
I : ::. .. .. la at least a quite illogical stateof 1 the leadership of the U.s. !
;: affairs. Even U.s. authorities'and which la used by It with ..
admit this." 1 hostile aims against China," has
'become closer" to China. Japan aIt .
"Ne tlltlonl on ambassadorial which retains diplomatic '*
LIGHT level In Warsaw have :
; relations with Taiwan, "main I
now been going on for more
I tains most frequent contacts
ON than nine years and more than ,with China" all Asian
100 meetings have been held," ,countries among
: YOUR FEET hou said, "but no results
I have been obtained nor have Chou asserted that U,S. military .y
II i'AND t negotiations been broken off." I : bases far the Philippines and
I 1 other parts of Iks world infringe
1 SMARTEST China, he Slid Is "wining to
; on state eoverelgnty and Impar
coexist peacefully with the U.S :,
, the and
"self-respect independence'

/ ; SHOE on the basis of five principles of .
1 of,.the. people In IIIoNetUIItriel.
: peaceful coexistence: between
: GOING I. countries with different social ,*
tI systems." Speaking of China's agricultural .
I ,Premier Chou stated "'11Ie and .Industrial achievements : PRISIDINT JOHNSON SENATOR HOLLAND CONMISSMAH, MAT 'MIWI
Pt Chou said that "In view '
J UJ. rejected this on many occasions ,
of China's large population we
but It failed to state :
reasons." are still a backward country+ ,
nrkQ2oessacs Just In pretest of development""Nor .
He declared that the U.S. c rw t S !r
should recognize that Taiwan Is our work without any
was n'"kulienable part of :shortcomings or mistakes' be fleet President Johnson Relict Senator Holland and Congressman Matthews,
TO mj s s:i atarsort't Chinese territory which was :said. "But we believe that we '
recovered by China from Japai are going In the right' direc Ipd. adv.-Atacfc. Ce. OtmntrotK Campaign Commit' !t t ..'_ ._

after World War II" and that tion" ______ ___
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Student Escapes

What a shoe for growing: feet Wreck Injury

,. ,Soft.and. unlined, it't'fuKIon-riI>t ._ ; .t
A University of Florida stO- ,
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.. and medical research nukes
tat ,escaped serious injury
,. .
Wednesday afternoon when his >

it good for' growing feet:; r sjofof cooler was struck by '..: . w.ll .. .'

.. :Styled to thrill your child i car at the Intersectien of : ,.,.
SW:2IcI 'Av.' and 23fd St. 'J ; .1 av > 'f, '

thii)is .a hoe you'll approve of. .Di,ld H. Levine 9 Fraternity -, t" t --.,...-.
I( tow suffered minor cuts .' o '. F ,. ... ,; .' f I .I:i.l t9r' .theta retl,j1, 'J.1 .....fW q.: '.,
,.. ind bruises when be attempted ..; '1f ,I ., ->\) :: ,' !'t/. :'I ,.t; nod .,.,
to turn In front of an auto ,f ,. .. ., .sat 1&,1 Co ;teal e:1'IJIi
driven Thomas C. Inseam I \ ': ; %.J1J. \ :" ,'nr.oM io: ,, "u Y r ;, .
II, tel SW by Bin St., police said r' .. ....'t, ,J':: ..1.... '. 1'1 yrtn l' \.IJII\! ""4. 0 .. _. P ; HI, ', ,'.,,A .!.1.IIl1J' .t';

Levine was charged with fail ; !' '. / t' ,1'-. !<.< ; ,....;- ...nI [ H).. 4' 1 .,-,

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lSCCUNTSSERVICE. that you.did We specialize In horn loons designed t ; '.. ;

r. to',ft your budget.Lower? closing cost, \ ", &-1{ ;
JEES rata and I longer terms sow you money. Coq usf .ij. .' '<>?>? r"'A', . ""A
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12 + Celiiesvllle Sun Thursday, octo..r ft, 1W't
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'f I' arden Nuptials Read "M"I 'tL. ........ .
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(.II> Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Antbony o ...
1m "I' Caputo ban established -
,TODAY, October a
a home at HilkTMt Trailer Rehearsal dinner honor Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Weed Cake n of Ocala

:,1 THE f fI11ILfwi I L Y which Park following took plan their on October marriage 10, I big Miss Frances Dabney birth of a son, Edwla Wood Cake m, born on October 23. I

at fit Augustine ChapeL Father Jones and their aon DonaldMoore The baby is the paternal grandson of Mr.'and Mrs. Edwin .
I and
Frank M. Mouoh wai the officiating : Giles p.m., Mr. Cake of Gainesville and the maternal grandson of Mr. .and
Ruth Weimer-Womeii'i Editor clergyman., ,'' EVY ,, Mrs. William Yemen Giles Mrs. Sam Thornton of Winter Haven.
Y y d dr dt of Lynchburg, Va., Gainesville
The bride, formerly Miss Jan. Golf and Country Club.

:= Bridal Shower et Noreen Harden, is the daughter FRIDAY, October 2 MORE DAYS OF
of Dr. and Mrs. Richard C. Breakfast for out of town
1 Harden Holla, Mo. The bride- yt guests and bridal party feting

f. groom[ is the eon of Mr. and r'v"i Miss Frances Dabney
Honors Lois Fullagar Mrs. Anthony J. Caputo of this Jones and Donald Moo r a Ne
Giles of Lynchburg. Va. ,
city.Nuptial music was presented UWajn., Mr and Mrs C.

:...1, ,.....- EdwIn Nobles and Mn Mrs. L. H. Thompson, Mrs. by Miss Vlvan Caring ,organtot. Cooper Bell, of Petersburg, ,
.... Lester Wigglesworth honored Henry Turner, Mrs. C. F. 'Ah. Va., grandparent. a of the
I Miss Lola Gayle Fullagar, mann Cowl Made By Bride bride elect, Gainesville Golf Available. In
...1.. Given In marriage by her and Country Club .
Author Manuel '
elect of
HUM bride Jr., with a miscellaneous Also Mrs. H.. R. Smith, Mn. father, the bride wore a wedding Wedding of Miss F r a ores beautiful Dee; Itched
II.. .. shower recently at chi Nobles Carl Graves Mrs W Ella I dress of white utln street- Dabney Jones, daughter 0 f $1 Round Dish
brine. Chesser, Mrs.:Kay McAllister, length drew, which aha made. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Rut- I 2-piece Floral
___ Mrs. F. M. Vickery, Mrs. D. L Her veil of Illusion fen from a' fin Jones, and Donald Moon
fnTh' wedding of MIll Full gar R. relish net ,....
Watmareland, Mr. John L. white satin pillbox also made Giles son of Mr. and Mn s;: "*
aid Mr. Horne wt1l be 101em- "
Grand, Mrl. L. C. Pitman,
William Vernon
Giles of
bride. She carried bouquet
DIIe4 Friday at s ,.m. lII.the Daniel Mra. by the .. t
John Ralpl
of white rose' t"# ax aj 'ytMir. Lynchburg, Va., 7 p.m., Holy
f cbaptJ of the Univer.l11 MetIJone. roweD,
Mrs. James J
Trinity Episcopal Church,
Miss Patricia RUMO of New
I odIIe Church with Rev. Thaxton Mrl. Tommy .Stephens, WI. followed by a reception at the
York, cousin of the bridegroom I
Springfield, pastor offlc1atlne. ,
Wanda Francisco, Mr' M. G was '1Dt14 of, honor' University Inn.
',Yellow corsages were P re- rrlDClico, Mrl..Jamet Thame!I SATURDAY, October U
Mrs. DIane
i seated to Mill Fullagar h e'r Mrs. W. W. Hendrcb! II ,.. Brldesmatrou of wen Gamesvfllt'and-: Miscellaneous: shower complimenting
Fullagu' Caputo
mother, Mr. Evelyn $SmIth Mrs. Fred SmIth,
Mrs. Carolyn Hunter of Eustis. and Mrs. Miss Judith Bus- .
her grandmother Mr. Edwin Eage ae Aathoay Capote
Mrl. Robert Penle1 mint ley, bride elect of Graver ..
t They wore dresses v (
f Hoyt mother, and of Mr.Mrs.Home.Lacy Mill: Elizabeth Lewll 0 MI.II. i with matching accessories, .ands with mint green sash, and carried royal blue suit and a corsage of Ford, Ipm.Mn. John Hard- I
carried bouquets of white ro- a bouquet of white roses white roses for her daughter's lion, 1705 NW Sixth Street.
I. I GueItIIncIudecl: Mr. W. L. Sarah Margaret Deck, Mill
Jim Russo of Jacksomii 11 a, wedding T h e' bridegroom's
.,MrI. Sam Roebuck, AM V1ckerJ. Was 8.4Mrs. .
t W. M. Smith, Mrs. F. L. eU, Miss Sandra Chappel, 1)urs!; Miss Jeamui i Andrews of Or- cousin of HA hrldegroom, was mother wore a royal blue suit aboutpeople

I 'Dollar, Mrs. I Ret. 1Iuctner, AM Joaeph and Vlrglala JoI mood Beach was;Junior brides. best man. Ushers wen Warren and a corsage of white roses.
I ..... Roland J. Ward, Jr., Mrs. seph..w. l,maid. She .r: of..the brldegroetB l and Scoot
the .
W. MorrII, lira. W 11 I m a ,_ '.t t AJacbna.The Following ceremony

l Smith, Mrs ,,James, Hughes, G H S': ash fr" Dambx' eold of,'. mother chose a h reception was given. at the home '" ..
I 'SROn Society v ,' oM.*. lei of,Mr cousins and Mrs.of the Alvin bride.McDan- Mrs. Geerge Ham Evan,

t'' International MembersReceiving ::1 The bride wore a yellow cult State Regent of tilt Florida Sod attractive deer sjese leaf aM paired wHsTpleioed MHssTspieil
I r: Initiates 3 :B Homecoming black accessories and aly of the Daughten of the In gleaming illverplito. Useful, too. with JtnCTsmeOWBeiend '
a corsage
olives.! Mekee a perfect shower, birthday, petty gift doorerbrtdfeprire.Qu
Club Listed ': of white for her traveling American ,Revolution, win
I : ,jWomen's ;Thlrt3 elpt new me 'i:Receiving membership certificates Events roses return tomorrow from her annual nttty mtteJettnleprtee.
I were initiated b1 the es- because of proficiency An'aJumnl of P. K. Yonge ensemble.' autumn state tour She REGISTIR FOR GRAND j
Wi II Meet vill. H1lh School chapter of the In Spanish were: High School .an invited to attend Out of town guests present has visited
in Tallahassee
il : SpIIIfah Honor Society MODdaJ r Abby.Ash "Walter. Blintep,' the ItamecomfcC I Festlviea were Dr. and Mrs. Richard C. Jacksonville chapters : Lees- PRIZE OF 5-fC. SLIVER :A'eePaiueut........
I tematlonal Women'. Club evening .t the acloel with Dr, Lynn Barb, Kathleen BroetV ea planned Jack, Harden, RoHa, Mo. parents of Orlando COFFEE MW-
burg Lakeend.Fort TU '
wm meet em Monday at I p.m. Pedro Fernandez, vr JII'OfIllOl.e foot Violet CaOejav. Ltode Eliot and this art the bride;' Mr.: and Mn. Richard C.wukeet -.a; *:
J II the Unfversn W 0 m...'. of foreign lalll\ll,.. II .....1 t Davis 2w090CsJ|' Deese Mien cc-chalnnen. Caputo of Washington' D. Coral Myers Cablet, Like Worth and AWARDED OCT., 31. Who. tea's ==
Cub, West'Nnberr1 Road. lpeaker. Delaney, ': Susui DenkewaJter, The annual Home e miD i g C., brother and sister-in-law of members of the accompaniedby exacutivtboard 'a' nt..r. .
'f -A "T1IIpOOII. 'I'IwW' la g Elaine Tew, society poesldenl; Kathy Gallagher: Beth 13amt I lance at the gym wffli follow the bridegroom; Mr. and Mn. and state chairmen. ._ M.a T"';:.
I dIn ." II planned and 1nItnJc. was In charge of o.'esemony,, mage, 1ftWa Gammon, Carol I II the PKY. Admiral Farragut BW Andrews, Umatllla, aunt Mrs. Evans attended 1:
: home for the preparation of the Other officers..... wen I Gaston,., Chris Gullarte, Vicki I football game at I pm. The' UFHustlers" and uncle of the bride;' Mr. national board meeting the in
Dudley foods will be dIIcuaed. Stefan Lupkln1cl, rice prep. Knsdorn, Judy McKeaii, Dean '" Band will play.r and Mn. Peter Caruso of 8L Washington D. C and toured
L1I4 f women foreign atudlnta dent; Beverly George, aecI'toI Ntederkohr, Piggy Pettls, Steve The "High Tide" pep rally isiceduled Augustine; Mn. Joseph DequeoIra the DAR schools proceeding .
I+ I wives of foreign. students tarr Susan AcIkIIaI, V. Platt,. Juke fUdgeway, Carol tonight at tile i school, St Augustine and Mr. and her state tour I
:' i Ore Invited to .ttad. surer; Larry HaiMJ"( sergeant Roundtrw, Rajr-Slsler, Margaret I xUtorlum. >if:' Mn. Del Wood,,Rockledge.'t .' ,. e *.
'I' r.. For trwportaIIon, COlt a c t at4rma; IIId Mary, AllIe Mur-, Undenroad, I Tbelmas, 1 Y.la4ueAt Majer aad Mrs. L. ,E. If'
1 Un. Glenn J'urII.' ply, h1stor1an. J wj xj *fj r f -
I Lowman
: Uchtenwatter
q Also : Brad,',Wagner, \'Mike By Josephine Jr. and their
1 I : 0 :* Walker; Barbara Wells, :JoAnn. children David and Kataernw f'f'I

I j II t Choose Your TreatFrom.:" .'". 0 Wtamert, Manha Lute,. SteveBenftett f Mrs.Aar 1...are' E.visiting UchteawaKer Get uses
; ". .1 1 k ,' MarkM Burr Eugene : 1hl 1 Grow' f'I
i +t d 1aIIaa" lIacMahon Lee Y after returning from Izmir,

: I I I { mkhns emho p" ; WUtbank-McKems.Calendar Oyenarte. .. and MarcbWMike Maureen' ,, /,.\ .\ I : many.Turkey The visitor, and win Munich leave., Ger Friday I

I' 1 old : for Fort '
Frm Our 'Of FaiMora McPbearm.
S.liej Loveili red ""
r Army' 3 : Atlanta- when Major Uchteawalter -. taSJOl
11 I / ': .f
ho "nL Blot_tlh-._ I Thing rrrhllno t efJy t tI \ : .' ,* vy. '' '" win be stationed. :
'. t ; V : .
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f ApproachirigMrid i Age? .
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''r .. EVents These', WatchwordsMany

r :".j I NOf118! .": ....\ .rv..t.. ... . v'Q TODAY October *). ,. The best way to think of .age women wear black almost :FREE HALLOW EEN TREAT !
: ; .
le to It. wIf
Just forget constantly. If this hu
Dlsfrlct .
,,,.. II ; ::II.. ;: ; : ,, : U'' Nurses Assocl- a woman has'good health been your habit try some colonfor : .
atlon, I p.m., Mach: ue General
I : : T.I.phon. Numbs . . . Hospital, Room J40. and leads an Interesting life, a change. You may be surprised r.-------J i
I Gainesville Rose Society, I vein will have little significance by how this highlights ,Clip out coupon and Adult'l .
I, ''I' Specific Item Guaranty Federal Saw for her. This Is the wayIt your eyes and gives glow to 1 1 l

I it: togs and Loan Association I should be, but there are certain your complexion. It may.... bring to: our store. .and Name : . . . ,.. .
.Iectt' . . . . . Community Room. facts she should be aware your spirit a lift too. I I'
j of If she Is to guard her health Your makeup should be selected ,see all I the new fall 1 I
I I UF Lecture "Inside R u aala" Addnu . '.": : r to :. : : :: '" : ;
and look most attractive. carefully. The akin tone ; ,1
.' by Dr. Clark Cross soda For Instance, strenuous changes with the yean. Most ...... II pick out the Telephone Numh . . ..,I y'
.t Prlet. . . . ... .,. . hour following, McCarty games such as tennis and badminton women of middle age or older 1 II
Hall Room 44, I Open would low ""
I", ..e'. Aar hors Up T. Z3f ,.. Or ., Appmel. T. A", irrebwos to the public. p.m. singles should not b e will find that they look best fa pair you to peelflc item' ,.. 1 I
District 10 Nurses Association started at middle age or later. the softer shades of makeup. win ,writ it tine --l 1 '"" ..,. '!). .04... .y"
on t'
i I Alachua General Golf can be learned at any age However that which hat too .I aleCMd iC ':.!.._....:!.. .!...'' :+!r: I

s'J I One Winner To I. Drawn Sot treninq Hospital p.m., Room 940. If you Is are a lifetime In good WalkIng You. much Eye purple makeup Is iglng.can be used coupon and deposit I I. . . . .. .. ., . .. AI.

"1 I. t Free Parking Rear of Store p.m.Gainesville Guaranty Rose Federal Society Savings I. can take It down the yean with I with success at my age if it Is in box. I Price . . $. . .1.1I
you. So la swimming. You can applied subtly. .
401 W. Unlwnlty Ave. FR 2.<4606 and Loan Association '
mat exercises at You should hive wellbalanced
J'I. begin any Ageyou a I J
\ I I Community If have) a physical examination diet, but leu of It It has
[ I. first and start slowly. been firmly established that we
Some form of exercise which require ten food with each dec

.., r II II suitable to you la of the ade. This lea good Idea for
% I: greatest Importance from middle health and also for our figure.If .
s age on. we keep this In mind we will
". I.' Toe Much Black not follow the average and gain
\ 1. I have always felt that far too pounds year after vest
Begins At 7iI many middle age women wear If yee would like to lave
: i Tjhft6ng shlgn CHERRYSGolneivllle's black. There Is no doubt aboutIt mj leaflet "Wemaa ef fifty"
It Is chic, and we all need wad a .tam.... ..U........>
'i 1 some In our wardrobe. However .. metope with year request
this does nothing for the for leaflet Banker 8 to Je-
I I mett chit women o* W CMS'I aging[ akin while colon give it eephlM Lowaun la can ef '

I!. 4 /.opdey ry's far wean"Jut right"Jo* oppraorfilno.fmhtom.' With,.the.. bloom. The. Gainesville Sea. "If only I could fed .pan,tint cBdnYtHp!" \

; / wont to look your rnortMft your Dfvtiloitl NstorsJI preset. a bMdtlutietulj taut i* t.tan i
i :t Count en our duos, suits coots, lingerie, Fashions From Lanier's i' ,..
|.w.'hy end occtworiM (or looking your' i hogs heel
:your c
bttt ewrywk ,.. The mart tahianoble" 4
Mothers.To-Ie Mlict (rail our temples Are A Treat. Nettled fa the back I. a small goring that expands. aurroundsbop heel
ted, Choose from 1
many Mottmlly lowly Deportment"' ....,... See ve. I/IIIIfI The fall dresses. suits and : ...goes beautifully with the famous NaturaEser coadfiUia f list
accessories end ouhkMkd soles for
superb coll ort.Ask for
( S at Lanier's: are o real treat I Naturalittt'R
1 :. I tI to sec Party and cocktail dresses High or-slid heel, iD"-
art most lovely. Come In, look them i .. :
I i. eAe4 over lay away or central I II
I L"eeae """ I charge I II ,.

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[Thursday,. October 29 1964 Gainesville, Sun 13
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jDr Wayne literien, HaLLow n Spooks Are Good Sorority I Streamline Figure '

YoUr : I
Safeguards Health

Associated Press Feed Editor Want to have a streamlined for better menu planning*
Is AAUWp"A eaker Such good snacks to make Observes 'figure and safeguard you A pint of whole mijk it acceptable -

... ... -- for Halloween! health against diseases caused for adulti.'I,A pint of
.' Small pastry rounds are |i*> by overweight skim or non-fat dry milk,' how-.
New Definition of Iduced Howard 0
Poverry" Mrs.
by en a deviled ham filling, then The key to achieving and ever, may be substituted, sinceit
was' the subject of a speech Weems Jr., program chairman they are topped with other FoundingZeta keeping a pleasing figure Is to contains only half as t Jmany
Z '-' given, ty Dr. Wayne W. A ter.-:was recently! requested Cause to .coordinate at pastry rounds from which ipool i Improve your eating habits, according : ,calories as whole milk.
toe Project I
UF features have been cut out to nutritionists with the
en of '
professor personnel Vegetables selected from the
? of Florida the Tau Alumnae 1
the University by Alpha
The for these snacks, Florida Extension
pastry Agricultural
services during the recent, following group are especially
S. Labor a
U. as
Chapter met recently with the
made with American cheese 4&& Service. caloric
low in value
: Aspari-
"luncheon-meeting of the Gainesville of the anti .
l part ., poverty program. spread, is rich and delicious.If University of Florida Gamma They stress that you can lose gun[ broccoli, carrots: green
Branch of the American the turnovers are to be ota Chapter to observe Found. weight safely and comfortably beans, kale, squash, ini..">H,
Association of University,. Women New members, transfers and served to youngsters, better j. er' Day. without drug or starvation turnip greens, lettuce and other
::. guests were Mrs. choose a mild spread. For older J methods.It's greens tomatoes, qlery.
Quoting Leon Henderson.. : folk you might like to use a Active chapter members entertained those extras that you eat I cucumbers, beets, cabbage: eggplant -
t: the United
the alumnae with but don't need that those
put on
Mrs. Sadi! Koru, president of,sharp spread.We a I !, onions, rutabagas, cauliflower -
definition of
: poverty cutters dinner at the house extra pounds. Reduce calories,
the used our tiny canape "' chapter: I I
: s* 'anyone who makes Hr AAUW presented following: ,: before the observ- :but don't sacrifice essential
(from a set) for cutting out candlelight nu
leaden who eiplalned Apparent weight loss
COO less the study group may
or annually,
the spooky features. A cutter In nee ceremony.Zeta Inert such as proteins, vita-
speaker said that ,this figure their activities: Mrs. mini and minerals,. I take as much as one to one and
I the shape of a half circle makes
constitutes 30) million or, one- Harlan Ellis, book study; Mrs. moon Tau Alpha was founded To help resist the mid-morning I one half weeks, but after that,
fifth of .- Heath, community fine eyes: a three-quarter .... ., on October 15, 1119I. at the
our population."It lit cutter does beautifully for a' .... '''''' snack start the day with a J you may expect to lose one tone
and Mrs.Louis T.
problems Female Normal
: School, .
has been found that public -Nleland, creative writing. mouth. No canape cutters In the .M. .. now Longwood College, FarmHe well-balanced breakfast c and one half pounds weeky -
.. The American Dietetic: Association I without endangering o ur
welfare is riot an adequate house! Then Improvise JIC. .. Va. y
solution .to the problem, Dr. ,Hostess committee for the SPOOKY TURNOVERS .. .. lists several proposals I health.S .
Ajitonea laid. "The present luncheon Included Mrs. J. Edward -I i jar (S ounces) pasteurized .4"' ';" The Alumnae Chapter enter-f,1

trend,\particularly sine the Anderson Mrs. Melt H. process yellow Amer lean lamed new pledges of the sorority -
anU'-.poverty bill has been cheese spread at a swim party held recently
C. Atwater.
Atchley, Mrs. W. S OPEN FRIDAY
passed 1a.Jo., concentrate: : e n I 1 tablespoons butter or margarine at the home of Mrs.Diana "
youth by decreasing tbeir envpjoyment Mrs; ports Spears Farnb sob,I AY're.dy for Halloween-eheoaa pastry cutouts, Smith

I ) with programs such Mrs. J, A. Humphries! Mrs. C. I 1 cup flour with spook feature and a deviled ham filling. Assisting with the TIL 9 P.M

.s Project. Cause the.Job Corps Charles Ruette, Mrs. Car on : 1 can ((4tt ounces) deviled 'ends and' cut I out more 1-Inch: spook face rounds overfilling the. were Mrs. Richard hospitalities Cunningham

and. *tbeVTouth'. Training. Van Arnam,' Mrs. Harry D. ham rounds; all together there ; seal edges with the I alumnae president,
Camps- WInsor, Mrs. Sarah Winter and } tablespoons minced' green should be M rounds. Cut out a tines of a fork. Place slightly Mrs. William Cross, province
I The speaker, who was Intro- Miss Veronica A. Pullen. I pepper spook face (2 eyes and a mouth) part on a cookie: sheet; bake, resident; Mrs Frank B y ers, I 3
i tablespoons chill: sauce on each: of II rounds. In a hot (toO degrees) oven un' Irs. Richard Schmidt, mem-
Cream the cheese: and butter, Ill lightly browned about 11: iershlp selection adviser andMiss "
with a mixing spoon, graduallyand For the filling, stir togetherthe minutes. Serve warm or ret Rosemary Chambers, ,
thoroughly blend In the deviled ham, green pepper .... Makes 1$. chapter adviser
flour. Chill until firm. On a prepared and chill sauce. Place a heapIng -
BLACK CAT pastry cloth: roll out the teaspoon of the mixture en : \ I
I r dough about H inch: thick Cut each of the II whole pastry REGISTER FOR FREE ;
out Mnch: rounds; re- roll tagKennedy rounds; arrange the cut: out I!


e/iossw ON, Tf$' ci u.l P.M.oe .. Women In Friday or Saturday and shop our store and I HERE'S A TREAT!

s p.M.. see the new foil lines. Pick out the item you would
like to win pup to $15.00 value) write It on the These hsclnetlnf pumps I
Campaign coupon below and deposit In box at our store. regularly fifteen deities 1190
SAVING OUr IfttN4ucterr Offe . .'

x SNCIAiS C Stem fork unite holding several at-hasne teas a I

The lest try I*.Towa On Quality By WALTER CARLSON week at her Long Island home :
She does however, travel
FUNNEL NEW YORK "It's the women with her husband when he tours
," Robert F. Kennedy said the New York CMjr area, climbIng 4It's
the other night, "who always onto sound trucks and plain

f --DUSTERS do the work. In politics, W per street comer platforms wife
cent of the talk Is by the men him. to see ;'
$2 and M per cent of the work is "It's natty very exdy "

FLOOt PRINTS .. by the women." she says of campelgntaf.: "I
I JO.JIrI -: :: Well, the Kennedy women, at love being with Bobby and seeing dl e0
... .' ,&: LU : least the candidate's mother, how the crowde react te J a>e.tss sb
--_ .1"_- _... .. wife and three sisters, are also him. It's sort of like the Beat

!'I I sir .i ; doing these days their on share behalf of of the talking former I les.When" she. speaks at teas, she,. Ii makes theprettiest

ISf$2. .
United States AttorneyGeneral I mostly talks of a ".plrt&" that IC ) '

-- '. palgn In as New the York senatorial state entersits camS.President Ut the John country F. Kennedy. "A Instilled 1)) ,.j',
t bittern b.4yhneAesoreed i ::::: final week. spirit we can all be proud eI!

.. SinsI' The women, Including the of aa Individual forgetting (2i pump
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candidate's 7J year.old moth- about himself, to reach out and I
; ar, Mrs Joseph ,P. Kennedy,,!help those toss well off." 6l in OW !

j' -Girl. Glrli stisr QuaityDRESSES involved In everything.from at- "''It touched: the lives of everyone : i iS
home teas to street I corner. ," she !fta
.1- Just says every]
SUITS rallies. Sometimes they wavlnl..Ioll.lde walk of life. All I ask la that
smiling and
I appear you try to keep that spirit go
CNtone : 1Noois Mr. Kennedy; some ."
tr log S
out on the stump
times they go
r NIit"r -. :$2" Kn1h $4 alone. Rose Kennedy Active
Sine 1.14 Sixes 4-14 I All 'of them say they will do This theme la picked up by j
the candidate's mother Rose
Anything they are asked to do
New .h..11 New Fresh Stock |to help Kennedy defeat Sen. Kennedy, who frequently I
AD of them 1 makes reference. If brief ones,
SKIRTS Kenneth Keating
SWEATERS I to the late president
campaigning into i
must fit
Nothing/ plain
All Wool sad schedules, at "The presidential. days were
already busy about
BULKY Wool shade elsewhere. I nit short" she. said In a recent thisDream.'

KNITS $4 51..110.11 home Ethel and Gives Hems Teas I talk In Syracuse. "Jack's enthusiasm thOBonttUck. a .All Just, the

Aw. SIIV VoIUII One of the most active Is the I liveliness ability and ...a bit en the curves are m
'b 8 Colors T. 7.95 candidate's wife Ethel, and I faith are no longer with us. But eeortyslde.Styled. + lust' the right places_
this despite the fact that she. tal to has bequeathed to us a wonlertul skinny ? heel and toe show that
child In I legacy of purpose and of Ihapo ofthlnl' to
expecting her ninth you down tItIIh. Slack Petent \.r. ; come.
,December. Because she cannot t sourage.ims v__ ....'..long, Stack Gut .' 1 That because the Dream
'get around the state as much as I Sunday found Row A ban .look. hi fully '0 pump by Mr baton I.
nody In Schenectacl1.IId Mr Tapestry Gtttll Imply IIIwork of art. :
she would like, she has been tsWliauf /
soil .
Ij Seed
j and Mrs. Robert Kennedy In nBjnnvi lutt.mut choice; of colors and I"
New York City. The candidate aeupeduawtthpretty Hickory levees leathers galore
and (his wife were Joined at rallies psttolfjWs Mid and HI HMSHERES!
.by sisters Pat, Mrs. Peter 5.15:
I Lawford; Eunice: Mrs. Sar
gent Shriver. and Jean, Mrs A FREE TREAT :'t i t

> Stephen Smith. |I $10.00 FOR THE PARENTS It
ff Kennedy's sisters are not ..-

/ per enced campaigners a a d I plane $3.00OPEN Clip< coupon, come end shop our store, pick the
for the most part make only gift you would like to hove, value to $10.00)) write
h"J iHA brief Informal remarks at the| ft on coupon and drop In box.
I gatherings they attend."I I'
( JD1 V' I Just tell the people ll r---------: ,
Jt think he Is the most capable," "
: Pat Lawford said I I
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14 Gainesville/ Sun Thursday, October 29, 1964 ....... .

./ I .1 1, AMENDMENT SEVEN Can :GOP: CtiffiHue Gams i : fi in Count?

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jove Capitol I By NORM LaCOE ty at least, not yet ',"are Independents.e4tratkm I," k an. claimed 1.M7 of Vf ua's presidential 'allots. his 'Republican part ties, and
Sue Staff Writer But if Increasing numbers of. tn'the fcfe! fe I Mae registered voters, or one,of Thurmond, wearing' the carried the county In 1962 and
U. Thurmond
S. Son Strom
Republican IB the'plat fewyears up 8 per cent (It vewty' goes I every &1.I States' Rights label in IMS, carried 1156.
predicted in Gainesville Oct.:i U
If Under Attack? men a trend developing, up tt a jnsMenUal. else t "I Alichua County's voting pat- the county in the presiden- And in 1960, Alachua County
that the South will turn to the then the bran buttons
of Iht
Republican party, and the GOPto GOP an destined year) few 11tagtsoexw'" .*.. RKi I ,tares have not conformed to the tlal race, defeating Democrat voters turned out in perfect
to gleam' voters *trt be *. h I registration charts. Harry Truman (who carried the weather and record numbers to
the South, in the next few more than .
lOne brightly evtr.For the polls Of. ..., L.IW bare, the' Democra- state and nation) and Republican .- deliver the county to Republican
of the questions up for a tratlon Clearing Service report ears. i whatever tt means, one Despite heavy
decision on Tuesday's ballot is by Dr. Manning J. Dauer and I Many are those who disagree, of every U registered voters lathe RepueNtena.. bII9 ftIt., tie majority in registration -: Thomas Dewey. : Richard Nixon, 10,072, over
crata sad Stt leullewdsuta
Dwight EIsenhower worked Democrat John F. Kennedy, *,*
whether to allow the state Cap. Dr. Gladys Kammerer note some loudly, with the South county today Ia wUUnf II 'i more than two thirds of total
Itbl to be moved In case of en that although the amendment ,Carolina conservative. I sign up as a Republics for the ,lhht gota. aq! aM vNey t.Id to, registrationnot since Frank the ballot box magic, despite 279 -
emy attack. creates broad power, a national Others, including: many In,Important Nov. I general ilea tit 'tnwxi nvuti election Un D. Roosevelt has a Democrat II
:Question seven on the list of disaster by enemy attack requires Alachua County, believe be is tlon. : 1Nt. 11Mu_tlgNra asuw the Re- won a majority of Mach.Higher ROUND STEAK. lb. 75''o
imposed constitutional amendments "a broad grant of power. right, and they are following This la not a lot of voting ', -.' ,, ,
proposed revision of Article ." the lead of the Southern-bom power. But it is a gain\ 0 I
16, section 1A of the Florida "Indeed, this type of delegation Democrat who left his party to Only,two years ago,:In the ,..Ecuication in, Fla., Half of Good Beef i'Cut
constitution of power to the State Legislature become a Republican off year general election, the 50
:This would give the legislators has become customary in In Alachua County, men and GOP claimed onset ,every.,11registrations. H \ I ': end WrappedThe ,
the power to establish a virtually all states in recent women In increasing number :In; Need; of' PromotionAP Wey Ye. Went It ...._..._... LI.BARTON'S 0
line of succession for public of years as a part of the whole are pledging their allegiance to Too books Just closed show a
fjclals In times of national die civil defense planning," the report the Grand Old Party. record .,11' voters register (APAl' versity President Gordon Black- New Store
aster. explained.This This does not mean the registered for' next month's election.: Of most as an afterthought to Its well, the board agreed to give y/i Miles South of Newberry Stote
:A review of the proposed Is one of 13 constitutional Republicans are a major these,' 2,614 are Republic", IwoKlay meeting the UnIversIty the Job to the University Council OPEN A.M. 9 P.M.en DAILY Hwy. 41

amendment through a University amendments on the general political force in Alachua Coun 2*, Presidents
of and various and ALL DAY SUNDAY
of Florida Public Adminis brochure
election ballot. destined to sell quality -
..I AMENDMENT" ELEVEN higher education to the Legislature alumni associations.
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AMENDMENT EIGHT Near me dui of the meeting ti- Before .the'' Auburn(Game
How Best Revise.Constitution Tuesday, member Cert Schmidt
'of Jacksonville noted that over
;who ',jl the put 10 years,the state's untvenWee :BRUNCH with'
Supervise received 12 per cent of
? the state's general revenue, despite d
establishment of five. unl- I,
eta ;Public Lands? versities. r jlUAyN. BURNS
,... The eleventh amendment revision voter approval at the next general "We've stood still for 10
.j" on next Tuesday's ballot election or the legislature years," he said. "As a matter f ,
J: ..Supervision of public land I for the Public Admlnlstratloa changes the manner in< whichthe may can a special election for of fact we're going down hill.We're .; Democratic Gubernatorial Nomine.
I will be removed from the Jur, Clearing Service at the University state's constitution, is revis an earlier date. : doing poor Job of selling '
I ftdlctlon of the Secretary of Ag'i -, of Florida says the duty is ed.Currently A 'summary I of the amendment our. university, system to the
1 I"!; riculture U Florida voters pass outdated and at present is handled the revision system prepared by the Florida Legislature." 'J SAT.11:30.1:00": : ,
/ the proposed constitutional by the trustees of the Internal requires two-ttdrde appro-' League of Women Voters notes d
amendment to Article 4, section Improvement Fund. al of both houses of the legislature that Florida needs a new er Schmidt suggested a brochure ..
26 on Tuesday's ballot.. Since 'the Secretary of Agriculture that there is a need to revise considerably revised constitution 'could point out, the' best points ,4;;::, OCT. 31, 1964
:The proposed revision is ques- is a trustee of the II the Constitution and the which would result from'Df blahet 'tducaUon and help ,
Con eight on the ballot. Fund, legal conflict arises and matter Is placed before Florida the amendment The major I dedicate the 196S Legislature-to, Banquet ]Room-'The: Hub""f'
A the amendment would correct lectors: drawback cited by the League ,ducatioq. y ,:; U. Flat SrudenhSerrlce
study by Dr. Manning Dau- of Center
It; and Dr. Gladys Kammerer the I Constitution to meet the Any changes made by a Contltutionsl is that work of the Constitutional 1>Schmidt wanted the board to ,1
existing legal requirement for Convention do not Convention does not have to I produce! the brochure,but at the a' r"1;
:' .LIIAL IIOTICI the supervising public lands. require approval by voters. be approved by the voters.-- I suggestion of Florida State Uni
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tile .Unl.. ,.. .... will' _,.. The new plan calls for athreeIifth .
hint .rni
tin M .IMIMM..../... _Mm._:.-r..c-.Nl/kalal.. kM-_ Legislation passed in 1963 vote of each House ;-: '. ,
.JJf.JJfn f mM.yN r..i l lM" ,.".- transferred the administration and a majority vote of the electors J3', 'ot .. ',
$|III.....,,, FltrlU Rfom......TlHrt. II.",. PS MMnl ..... of public land to U Fund trus- for adoption, If the margin <(o ktf., .- .0'/
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': :Wrapup' Story On, # To ,PlayDefense r (Joyce Ward Rolls 6'7fr

ifF-Tide Set For Women's Mark :


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.: The Gators' Alabama correspondent: Martha Covey of Mo- Most Gate- fans probably will
"1IIle:1Grme) :1Ibrar1l4 at'the University'of Florida stm is do a doubletake If it should l) I l 1))
Best Ever
keepmgmp-wWnhe"fortunes, good or bad of her, favorite occur In Saturday's game with

.football team: ,' .. ... .. .. Auburn but don't be surprised
he-*a.. some interesting observations, .. on the, 17-14 loss to If a familiar No. U lines up at aq .n In G'villeJoyce
a cornerback
:Alabama last week.. position! on de

,Cue I particularly liked Is this fense.I TOMSHANNO*
'A Mollie radio staltea carries a acerebeard program after That would be senior quarterback get new UF role M Ward of Starka and a
'the ..... A fan caned te aad asked the seen ef taeTMdaAlabama '. Tom Shannon playing In veteran Gainesville league
cutest' ,TeU that Alabama bad wee, ha asked, the spot normally occupied by' bowler shattered an adathhgwomen's
"How mack did they heat them?" The reply, wtth chuckle, Dick Kirk who has an Injured Few Tickets records Wednesday
was "By about U seconds." Ie,. night at Palm Lanes as she : ;

Miss Covey uld that after viewing the films of the game Although Shannon has been Remain For finished strong for a tremendous ,
(Tide coach Paul television show ; in series She rolled withBrown's .
Bryant, Sunday) and bear strictly an offensive performerfor Auburn Game \'<;
log Bear's comments, I know that I have never been moreproud the Gators stance the third I Amoco Service In the '
I University City Women's loop.
contest of the 190 season the Contrary to wrought, Satuday' Miss Ward had of 111.
Miami vet la no slouch st de- Auburn :.Florida game hi I 137 and a standout III windup 1

Y feme. He's smart agile and a Gainesville la not a sellout, according under pressure as She'rewrote
[bard -. hitter. His value to the : to Gator assistant athletic the local record book considerably
Galore, though, has been more director Percy Beard. .

on offense aad sa ha only played I "We have approximately 1000 The m Is, by far,' the finest
one way heretofore. tickets left for the Auburn three-game total in Gainesville \
I Tw...,Player game, says Beard. "These will history It surpasses a C7 roll ,.
Coach Ray'Graves said Shan- be on sale thus week and, If necessary ed last year by Mary Kelley.
; non still will be primarily an oftensive at the Stadium Satur Seven la Row I
player but he win be day." Mlis 'Ward's blaxlng last
of a,Gator team during the U years I've followed
them used on defense also. The show- The Auburn tickets remainingare game came on a start af'. *
have felt ,
nor I ever mort confident that tab te the tl.w. Ore.31.1aH h.
greatest team ever to wear the Orange and Blue.", big of sophomore SIft Spurrier divided almost! equally between strike a miss (nine pins), then
She listened to a program Saturday night in which Fred against Alabama, and in the the North and South she warmed up with seven in
first four Gator .tandI. a row. In the 10th frame aha
die games this season "
Russell sports editor of the Nashville, 'Ten, Banner .
; ,baa left little doubt that the left one pin up got ma spare,
said, "It was a truly great game of raid I r n times and
one of the four or five best games I have ever seen" talented Johnson City Tenn, and struck on the extra halt
player Is the best offensive signal The 291 te her highest single
Lincoln Faces
What the'' Bear SaidHere caller the Caters have game. JOYCE WARD sits women'a racord'

around. And this in spite of the A bowler for only aft years, her 677 hlfhaat bowling score
are some of the nice things that Bryant said (And
fact Shannon>.baa looked 11II.. Miss Ward never hat had a '
ha la usually most sparing about Ma adjectives for the op. best too set before. Her highest
this season when ha has previous
potlUaa). led the Gators.The .._ Starrecord total was a N.. GHS Heads :
He kale aepeled'praise. tar Sparrlsr. and --. die way Running "It was Just one of those
Gators ,had a, nappy
Spurrier gets away frm Us cater, his bakaca valla waning nights" she said.! "I I
tat ban. Hb ramaml m and workout Wednesday and fearsof guess
Dwprn, over.. ever was was Just relaxed"
"Yea lank. that geattemaa eaat m. I i< heart a morale letdown after the The leading! rusher la the Big on the hue against A straight ban thrower. Miss
breaking loss to Alabama
Bryant said the Caters cam up with the good third downplay have an but Nine. North Conference comesto FAMU's: 44 slate. The Terriersare Ward carries a Ul average.Recently ForBy Boone
dissipated. The
better than team that has
any ever played Alabama.
Caters have town tonight as Lincoln] hosts on top of the conference she Injured a knee
He said the Caters do a ICON to settle
well and
everything lot of
fine athletes. The Tide coach noted mere wen few bad with Auburn, a 1M winner (and Tallahassee FAMU High in a' heap with FAMU a top"conten and baa Just recuperated.A .
battle of football
powers. der. football tea and
decisively) over the UF last ( partisan
plays by cither team that the Gators didn't .anew a '
real weakness and praised the way the UF's offensive line year Halfback Tony Ash In the man Joining Anderson and Brockington a admitted lover of fishing, Mtsa Ward NO NBSENAssteteat Boona will bask on the running

fired out on the last surged downOeld. He also said Ala I Florida continues to practice Lincoln win be keying on m the In the Lincoln backfield lea has her today that IId.the 177 atr- Sports Editor of halfback Johnny Batten

llama out-did Itself. offensively. "We may not win another as though Auburn quarterback 7:M p.m. homecoming clash. at will he halfback Kenneth Gal.! Other scores u Wednesday. Gainesville High leaves the and fullbacks Ed Gibson ta
game ail season, the Bear said "but they can't take that Jimmy Sidle win see plenty of Citizens Field. knray and fullback Lawrence night University dry friendly confutes of Citizens their bid for victory No. i. Both
one from us." action even If be doesn't James,
away start Field tonight and heads south have been standouts throughoutthe
Women's Included
Well the Bama'game! In"the books forevermors. Sophomore Joe Campbell could The in pound Ash who The Terrier line will be League a
Personally composed Ml .by Anna Marchak af Ruth for Orlando and a wigwam full seasonn.Joining ", ,
I'll trade an of the Bear' get the can for !the runs the 100 yard dash mil, '
nice statements for u Tigers. of ends Clarence Mills erford's and a Ml .by Yvonne of Boons Braves the talented duo In
many. touchdowns this Saturday against Auburn. Special drUTa have bean Instituted baa aped for tat yards rushing !and Oliver Ross, tackles Willie Soper of Busch Bavarian. It's No. I In a list of. the starting backfield will ba
la football, as la politics ,..'D bear pretty quick, ..... to combat the option plays In the first six games for an Carter and Stacy Bell, guards football assignments rugged fort quarterback Banner McLeod and

have yea deaa lately" wbea yet fry to rest ea prevtoaa that Sidle does so welL The Auburn 1.7 yard per carry average. I Charles Jamlaoa and Louis Carter MgbisrheCociCola II Hurricanes as they seek 'halfback Gary,Brown.

laurels star la nearly M and But he'n have competition m and center Charles Flour- had a UMNOMl their third win of tha season On till Boone offensive line
thank you; Martha for our Cotton States report. weighs around 221 pounds the speed department from Lincoln I,noy. 11'I'I .....Busch had{against three losses 'line will ba anda 'Richard Alt
And halfback Ralph Braking- a 1017 top game. ((175) and David ,Conn (IN),
the Run hell have Tucker Fred- Supporting Ash In tile FAMU
on I I The Braves record of
Caught I erickson, M, m pounds clear- !ton who chums 100 yards to 1.1. backflsld will be Splits were nada b/ Gunny won a ,tackles Roger Benson ((230) and
The best how fleet Is fami: Auburn fans tag the for him. Frederkksoa I BracUngtoa and .hard.throw- quarterback White Little Pigs .7" Mae 411and rank high In Class Bill Andersoa (MO)* guards JtaWrennlck
.actually cheered last Saturday when Coach Ralph Jordan generally way Is regarded tag quarterback Norman Anderson Allen Tou heel, halfback Norton HID, Little Pip M, Marlon AA, Region III. They were one (IN) and Bin Kb*. t.
:removed Jimmy Sidle from his quarterback post and put m the players the teams most as bold the key to the high-! Hawkins and fullback Willie Nleland, Brown's HO; Trudte of two teams tying GlIB last Patrick ClIO sad center Bill.
sophomore Jo Campbell. Sidle was a timinuta bench- likely will bsve pro No. 1 on their I powered Terrine offense that ..... Feather Tanlnad'i, Ml Nand year' by the score of Mlloona !Shepherd ((171)). ,4

:warmer against Mississippi Southern. 'I Coach, Ray''Ora... draft list In January. Fredlerlckson has rolled far more thaa M, Starting In till rAW line 1-74; Barbara. Miter}, has swept past Or- lurtes'maV Mil the playWwJ .. ,
would like nothing better than to have the great runner Is tabbed finest safe-I points in several games. win ha ends Major Thompson Gold Coast Restaurawt/ITff,featti. Oak Ridge, winter Hrk. Inv bij MUrs In thaGalneivllai .
do that again this week. Ill be .moat surprised ,ff Sidle tymaa and best blocker in the Lincoln win put Its shiny MEdwardf and AI Austin, tackles Charles Elma Newman first Federal. Melbourne and Orlando Evans .. backfieW. FullbackAl
doesn blossom out this week He'i too fine a football player action Howard and Ellis Carr, guards 3-7; Jerry Stuart Gtony's Rab this season while losing to Simmons and halfback *1-
to stay down this long .Area fane should know Mac- WinsMidget Bruce Mitts and Mat Mills and stylist 44, and Lea Green .strong Orlando Colonial 13-0[an Hip" both an hobbled will
clenny'a Marcus Rhoden has been sidelined two weeks with I ,Peer.1.1I. t. .- .; center Jimmy McCaikin Ginny's, 1-7-10 and tying Sanford. /-. {bruises i\\
rib injuries. He and quarterback Dan Edwards both stayed out AuNni played to miserablehick Mike Gibson and Eugene:
of,the game Saturday with Alabama. Thai virtually kips off to Jta tosses to Kentucky Clash Branch will step In whan theytanaede4 I

any upset hopes the State team'1II1'Iavt. Rhodes and M ) Likes | to, plug the backfield,
I Edwards best runners in Coach Paul Davis stable. ''pushed KudjekyTlgaS. Edwards :i.u dint Supply Sturgeon Gators: :II "

I I nteat bat fanhlas and pasa bterceptktjs Block Buster dOwaad U Kappa > | Attundad Jackie Eckdahlwill
stymied four TV Alpha .4"fc a Midget:: upon al quarterback, ad t

gar ......' Against Tech, An- League City Rebels Tide Carolina.t ;2M pound AI Clffen will fat
ban ted M at halftime and Park.. : :III nod .-( left halfb.ek w
missed/ a TD .by Inches on !the The losers scored first on a ; ,: On the tf.DIi"uJi1 r the

jir=:= final play of the second quarter. 30-yard pass to MOM Mites! [Hurricanes will ba soda Bobby
Tech then perked up and scored The winners got a touchdown By DUO STURGEONAssociated week but by M means down,I.! 7 In the 11Itb'11IM of test t'Roundlree and David. Cram
wrath rate time but looks like
Writer win vent Its an
bees Sparta Mason easy tackles Pete
the EnwsU and
winning touchdown in the on a yard plunge by Chock Butler Kenny
last ball. In the second quarter and ATLANTA (APJ-MlaslsslppI) around on Auburn. The Galore, winner against Virginia Military. Mack guards Richard Petite
which .te running Oalahiwns anockandHMck may aa tilt best team ta theSauthsastem The final: Tulane 35, VMI and Steve Burge and center
Auburn's top lineman tackle Adams made the extra peat .
Confaranea and .
far. .
j ease -
Jack Black three In Klmmy Helton.
% Thornton, will play against Bobby ran yards
boners will aarnga a havatoatuttbafaverymingforAabnm. Georgia has .bee red-hot recently
Florida this week. He has be- tha final period and added the tba-year CHS dropped. a II.' decision
injured. point to make It I'". Black also little pride this wet when tt TIlt final' .Florida 21.Aallanl and Is the most Improved to Chattaaaoga, Tenn., Central f
ran hack an Interception M Journeys tote the tend of,the s.Twee. team In the ....... [last weekend. te. drop. Its Mane
yards for the final .... Bengal Tigers.Tha basal won a game The Bulldogs however, I'UIlnto record M M.,
Aid Welfare City Park No. 1 downed downfall of iota bliss rated does It whipped South Carolina a real power this .......d and.

UXmCTQN. Xy. (AP) Hughes. Supply! ... and New the No.1..... to tile nation wlU take it on the now The San Jose If
ODe af ON country's largest out- berry forfeited to Sigma. Nu at at the start af the season, Is final: North Carolina 14, Georgia Next
tar ksna shows .Is staged eachavawar baKUM whim It trailed 1S4 one of the big mysteries of the Joe Sommese 7. Stop

"'the LeztBgtoa JoarUagns. -I Edwards and dry Park IfaI year. Ma one seems to know, Kentucky, Ilka. Ole Miss a SAN : (AP) -
bath am M near* to date. what hat haypaii, ar why dIf 577 real mystery Math a victory Weatherman watt* a field afl t
The league" tamed evermore Sigma Nail M. dry Part Wo yes place the Rebati on a High ;on :baa aHtetogatthlrsjsg' .tegagate. of tit .....'. top profasHoaal ,
than .MJH the last LMi I PI Kappa Alpha. 1.1: plans af paper, you come .p I Look for .Wildcats to toajan wan set to tea afttoday

F lbs,M ar w ..... -, rears to welfare protects, Hughes, N, and Newberry tX with a team that could: hold Us Jai lommasa af Edwards I break a three 'gama being In quest af WJN prtea .l
Iw-. 11 to IIIIp tile L.& rJI f. own with any college team and I Building Supplies .ted na Night I streak against West VlrIf ll. money ta the TMoto Hhnadin .f
!tT" '.4 MM of those masquerading asprofessionals. 4 Owl loop at lees lanes last I and the man whoTl supply the Open I:

I TrflfcfUCHT In receiving a fine Parker pan a) But taU them sits I algnt with a 177 _lee Ha had I spark wfll ba a sophomore halfback A persistent downpour waalted

I''.'experienced ever and over'api....,lICIt sense and put them CII the field ames If II3..-11I. \ 1 named Frank AntonUTha eat Wednssdsy'i prs-aajitejii
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Tech; Makes Gallatin i
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Chrysler, May Quit NASCAR. Since Best Start 1956, I As- --1I' awls- $:, Coach? .''tJ}'

w.., __ By THE!: ASSOCIATED; PRESS njng their winning streak to six t
III Brittaste
( )
ATLANTA The Horse Gallatin the Loa Lakers *
Harry ( ) Angeles whipped 1
:,::.* DETROIT (AP) Chrysler of the minimum ,wheel base plied However, 'NASCAR'.ven" are In development of Improved of football Independence,I was a rugged almost indestructible Baltimore 112-102 in the only! .
_., Corp. says It will pull its factory from 116 to 111 Inches and the "The 1965 NASCAR specifics considered the richest in the stock components." Georgia Tech hu come up with um man when he played other. game..scheduled in the
sponsored cars out of NAS- use of production design engines tlons were designed to providefair nation for stock cars. "We believe that automobilesIn its best mid-season record In with the New.York Knlcks. National Basketball Association.The .
,. *; CAR competition- next year no- New competition among all 1965 This would leave a wide open stock car events should be as eight years. But Gallatin. apparently -has .Hawks seemed.tto have ,
: .. less! NASCAR changes .or sus- would EaglMSTUs eliminate American standard sized production field for Ford, the only othermanufacturer representative u possible of The Jut time Tech won its timed soft as coach: of the.St. the Celtics on the ropet1n the ,
:. ,jwnds some new Fulu.ln tifeuble. Cbrysler's automobiles" backing a factory regular production models," first six games ww In 1951 when Louis Hawks. His.ears are sen fourth quarter.wheq they built' ''
I Inch HEMI en- team. There hs been said Beebe.
strong Jacket wound
I letter to. the National Fr.nce'aid, "If the Chrysler the Yellow up sitive.
glne. Alstf It would; dlssquallfy lead to 16 points 10 46.
between that "the!
the two I complained
competition Chrysler 21-141n
Association of Stock Car Automobile Corp. feels ,that Its standard 1-1 and beat Pittsburgh Gallatin t
... yanked Bill
; Ford's new .UgWlst engine.' Bridges But the CeIUca'atrac back,
> firms for the publicity that goes new NASCAR roles for the 1965 Bowl. Tb Jackets
,... the Gator -
Racing,Chrysler said the 42&cubic Inch automobiles are ouf'of the in the third
"Under these rules the game tied the Larry
1U-1U when -
pew. score
with stock vic do not
major car race season. permit an members of the I
....,;.p new ruled will "arbitrarily ellnv 'nraninf on NASCAR not competitive with comparable tories. : / and testing still wen firm period of the Hawks' ltt-117 loss Slegfrlend hit for three points
.... .mate from NASCAR competition tracks ,site cars of other American orderly development Southeastern ConferenceIn to unbeaten Boston
Wednesday .
1W will be inferior to Leo C Beebe of Detroit ,for with four -minutes. left and
..,, ,the finest performance cars on the best the automottre Industrycan ,manufacturers, then I would be spokesman for Ford, i equipment program already those days. night and wound up fining him moved ahead with 147 to go on
.....till. UN'circuit, Including the produce for this ," the last to criticize Chrysler for program Tech resigned from the SEC $100 for using! vulgar language a basket by Sam.JOIIIf.. Two
purpose lated NASCAR, saying the move med. The new rules were announced
.. 'car of the grand national 'ham.I said, the letter from Romney its withdrawal from NASCAR was an effort"to speed progress Oct.' 10. last June In a dispute with the ,"Bill gave me some Up service field goals by Tom Hetnsohn ,
I .........'pton"driven by Richard Patty. Householder director of competitive racing" conference's rule en ha number when I decided to take him the last with IS seconds to go, t
The rules that has' Chrysler, Richest scholarships each team is al out," Gallatin
I products: for Chrysler.The I said "This won'taffect clinched It.
y-1',,. oiw of two major automobile letter was directed'' to The letter from Chryslet saidIt Raiders, Patriots Gain'Flag lowed. Also figuring In the split his status as a starter, Jones was high nun for the 4
_w. manufacturers to sponsor racing NASCAR president BUI France only would withdraw from was a chance to play more Inter- but there's no room on the club Celtics with 27 points. Zelmo
: 7' to a hug are the raising of Daytona Beach, Fla., who 're* NASCAR sponsored events Football Victories sectional teams. for a player challenging my Beaty scored 30 for the Hawks.
Since 1156, Tech has not won udgment."
,' I In Midget League action at Florida National defeated Den- more than seven games In a Bridges finished the night in Los Angeles broke up a close
I. TOWN TIRE co.60S UM Boys' Club Raiders beat ny Concrete 130. Outstanding season. the dressing room. His eve game with Baltimore with eight
/ late in the fourth
straight points
and defeated turned In Joe
Texans 134 slay was by The Jackets have run hot and ning's performance got him the
: I'' h Buffalo Bins on penetration. Finch and Doug Leilich Denny cold this year m beating their $i9 fine and two points. period. Three consecutive field f
N.W. 8th
AVENUE PHONE FR 6-9090 goals by Jerry West sparked the I
Outstanding play was turned In Concrete; Bobby Asbell, Leo six opponents,' and at times
While the Celtics ''I
wen run scoring
I Cowart and Gary Smith and Mike Hopson, Flor- spree.
YOUR .. F. GOODRICH DEALER by Ricky hive looked like anything but a
Lane, Buffalo Bills, Danny ida National; Larry Harris h team ranked In the nation's top
Crowe and Bobby Sloan Patriots Chip Rabbitt and Gary Stanley, ten. But they've kept winning.
; David Prescott, Mike Hln- Moose Lodge; Arthur Alamo and last week moved Into the com out of that dark room tor :
YoU ''CAN1EATTHISQEALL dry and Alan Pile, Raiders; and Charles Gifford Sperry; eighth spot In the national rank- .. '
Dennis Waldrop, Tommy Douglas Austin Crevasse, Mark Hendon ngs. t
and Mike Davis Texans. and Rob Mathls Citizens KODAK INSTAMATIC'
Cadet League play saw Bank; Riley Deen,, Scott Stephens ble Ennls, First Federal.
Combs Lumber edge First Federal and Harvey Dick First Other' Midget games 'found
on RETREADS: 74, Citizens Bank walloped National; Fred Pace and Kevin Denny Concrete upsetting First
$Q95 First National 27-0. Moose Rainsberger, Combs Lumber; National 124 on touchdowns by CAMERA
: ::": Modem Automotive Designs with new Lodge blanked Sperry 1H and and Tommy Raburn and Her. Mike KIrby and Steve Witt. .

.. types' suspension demand 1
systems an

: improved tire tread. Auburn 'Turns Attention ,

: Town Tire Company now offers a ,\ :, .. I
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,:-- extra tread on' the shoulders. PLUS TAX To Pass Defense for UF


k : i "" FOLLOWING SIZES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS general review. tune on the passing game
: Concerned about his team's Rain forced third-ranked Alabama Coach Charles McClendon: said

: 590-13 bP' record against passing, Auburn to cut short Its outdoor the unbeaten Tigers looked good ,
but the Crimson Tide
Coach Ralph Jordan is working practice but would have to do better.
600-13 Us Tigers\ overtime on pass d. was able to drill on passing and Tennessee returned to the
kicking quarterback Joe N.
: 650.13 that'FlorIda math, recovering: from twisted, practice Held after I two-day
.. ; Jordan noted knee aggravated in the Florida I holiday, working out to sweat I
I :: 700.13 Auburn's next opponent, moved threw the ball during clothes In a light rain. Coach
game .
the football 75 yards hi two minutia .
: practice, but did no running. Doug Dickey was primarily concerned I ."."' $1488. '
520-14 through the air In Jutweek' Just
with correcting mistakes z
Mississippi( held a full dress shown. .
: 560.14 Eliminates game with Alabama. review of its plans for Louisiana which showed up In the 3-3 tie, .Y. .
: "We've got to Improve our State, working on offense and with LSU. The Vols are Idle this Loads instantly' ,,mtomsticilly to give you
650.14 Sideslipplnp pass defense this week If we'regoing defense against the B team and week meeting Georgia Tech brilliant snap shots every time And you'II love .
: Bitter Broking [ to beat them," Jordan reviewing the kicking game next week. the convenient Kodspsk film clrtridges., 'r _c"" *
.700.14 Quilt Ride said Wednesday. "Of seven The team emerged from the Tulane stressed Its passing attack -. .Aa.
,- .eChild's '
: 550-15 Race Track touchdowns we've given up, five" Vanderbilt game with no crippling as it worked on a damp : : ,
of them have been on passes. injuries and was expected Held In preparation for Virginia\ .
: 560-15 trove I Elsewhere In the Southeastern to be in good shape for the Sat-I Military Institute cast in the I Nem. . : : :,: : :;. ;l.: .... I
Conference: 'urday night tilt In Baton Rouge, unfamiliar role of favorite ..:.
590.15' Georgia's Bulldogs expectinga La.: Coach Tommy.0Boyle said be Address .! O-. : . :. ::..; i : ,"r.J ; ..
Louisiana State worked out didn't mind the favorite's role I
: .fDa.15 close game with North CareUna -I .
worked da field goal kicking two hours on a rain-soaked field but said the Greenies would Telephone NumlNr .:. : .
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: Tn f and defense ef- < ;
I "41-154 with sophomores Bob Etter reviewing its offense nave to put out another big. .: I
: and Stan Crawford doing the and spent considerable fort to beat VML ...
Ngmb.r of Pennies
650-15 I
booting. Coach Vinci Dooley I
noted that North Carolina has

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Mississippi State closed out Its ,Coffee for everyone!

l : 605 N.W. It" AVENUE : PHONE, 'R 6.9090 heavy Coach preparations Paul Davis for Alabamaas sent the WEST 'BEND

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, ; V t -Warns* *> Tigers9 /Daniel For Liston For Victory in Series '1 f 'f fNEW i: J

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BOSTON (AP) Cushu 1 YORK (AP) The [Schultz, the 38-year-old knuckl la place teams participated la phiso

i 1 ., .... (Muhammad Ali) Clay was atM I difference between winning and I ban pitcher who helped them player pool. Commissioner

..... -By LARRY WOOD I ence matches Friday night Mother Williston appears ready fc It Southern Division crop, should arriving at the scene losing the World Series was IV 'much down the stretch In the Frick estimated this cot about I
r T'Soa Sports Witter. grid match that promises bounce back from last week's have little trouble with Keystone of his heavyweight 'boxing title' 31190. That was the spread National League race Schult: x f 100 off the shares of the Cards
i Take' 'It' from 'Late Butler. a lot of,action coming Its way tots to Lake Butler as limey Heights as it looks to defense but It dldn t take him between each St. Louis Cardinal got 15,460.64. and Yanks. -

coach Jim Daniel the Tigers I will be the North Marlon-.Chiet-! traveled to Newberry.The up Its season mark of 6-0-1 long to take the verbal offensivtfrom winning share of 1882211 and So did Dal M.nUi.'the utillt ty Fifth place was worth *HIM
land game. / _. Williston and the Bears battled challenger Sonny LIston. each full New York Yankee I nfielder who .
played I for
have to knock off Mayo Friday Red Devils will bank 01 a secombase each full share with theMII.auke.
night If they The Indians 4-3 thus far. play the passing of quarterbacl t to a tie earlier In the year 1:111 :- Clay fortified by the presence losing share of $3,309.29. alT during the Seriesplace !b n Braves and 1115.82
the old movie
comic StepinFechlt. The official announced
81r.aonee host to the beaten Colts shares
fait ownership of the once Doug Mitchell and strong running of the Injured Julian Javler. I- for each Los Angeles AngeLPhiladelphia
And from aD Indications North i Tf.nlon. and word of a weapon Wednesday by Commissioner .
r + Conference Northern' Division of fullback Robert Hue 14 to date had l Its and Cincinnati
.. called the Anchor
'. I ik Marion may come into the contest in effort to bounce back lands full last week with unbeaten Punch Ford Frlck had few surprises.As The
title. an and
I. > ) 01 I glowed with enthusiasm as hemet had been winning losing sham i tied for second In the Nationalt
anxious to try quarterback the winning trail Cross Qty but looks to reported previously were far short of the records: lei so they split second and
Boston and thirds
has lost newsmen Me
k "Mayo only one conference Terry Bolmger's passing arm bounce back against host Inverness Stotttemyre Yankee
game, and Fa afraid If Colt coach Stan Toole said Wed- Newberry Coach Arch i! t I The host team Is re- opened his on-lhe-scene training rookie pitcher got a full ,last year when the Lot AngeleiDodgers money. Because of a differentr
, ,' they beat us they would be to a fteaday night Bolinger has Improved Bankston baa Juggled the lln this and Trenton camp for the Nov. It title bout share, and Pete Ramos acquired : got 113,74 each foi voting on shares, each Red got
building n
t good position to make it rough greatly over the week up again and thinks hi hai; has shown hi year other :Itt 'He's an old m.n. he can't from Cleveland In early I"iMlna.nd the Yanks drew *7,r 1,254.71 and each Phil $1,185.11The

'. for us 'to .the Northern Division on \his passing game and expects found a winning combinationJerry can deliver when the games chips are keep up with me," the champion September drew one-half share ,87431 In spite of their lain r Chicago White Sox received .
tralght defeats.
Tiger Harris will take t sneered 'Ive better of $.,_01 for
remarked the caustic the talented senior to loot over al down. got $365461 finishing
coach Wednesday.The ., > V the air.lanes if the Indian 1 right halfback in one change, sparring partners than Uston." The fact that Harry Bright, The difference between UH i t second In the American League
Lake Butler= Mayotest con front wall gets too rough.In and Mac Davis win be at guard. But attention will be at Mayothe Clay repeated his prediction reserve infielder who was lent :lie of the Dodger put and Ux I and Baltimore drew $971H for '

Is Just one of five confer- still other Suwannee games Cross City leader among the as unbeaten, _untied Tigers of an early end to the 13-round to Richmond In mid-May, also :30000 plus capacity of fluid\I coming in third. San Francis- I
put H on the line tomorrow bout at Boston Garden, saying: got .S54.1S was Interesting Stadium In! St. Louis made ttuIfferenco i I co'. fourth place slice was '
night Lake Butler will probaby He's got to be mine In nine I The Cardinals voted three- 4 d In money. worth $" .57 and Detroit i
t New Goalies t ,:AGAINST IRISH miss Glee Brannen as the But I may have to shorten It fourth of a share to Barney For the first time the fifth, fourth place ....
Tiger Interior lineman Is. still before fight time About week
A / nursing I bruised hip from the before the fight, I might make It I
Mit1dies WUOston clash- Daniel Indicated in four." :Miami Leaves
Aid Bank
Rangers, he expects Mayo who currently Clay said his strategy for the For MichiganMIAMI I GOLDWATERSt.

ta MIll the conferenceand tight' will be to "hit and not be

Canadiensv << of the>>T 1. overall formation to work Friday out bit" He said ht was going to (AP-Tne) University $5. and Hear
'Well 'Staubach 'dance-float like
On a butterfly of Miami Hurricanes fly to
night and the Tigers have "
and stint like bee.
1 By HAL.BOCK worked all week against that a Michigan today with an eye on
AI..... Press. Sports,Writer offense. Listen wasn't present The claiming their first football victory
.A last June the New By .... TBCJIIII l 3.3.1 reed they'D taU I challenger arrived In Boston In five times out this season TONIGHTCHANNEL
York year ago and Montreal Asiseew Press WdIr: till undefeated second .noted Daniel will start his usual contingent last week and set up his training .

Canadiens Rangers swapped goalies a 'A U4APOUS. lid. (AP) Trisha' .t. z that consists of ends,camp at historic Plymouth, I The Hurricanes ,were scheduled -
Navy will bank blavUy III "We're'du Larry Clyatt Rusty Wade; tack. where the Pilgrims landed In to 4
major National Hockey League ehas for'one of those lei, John Stephens, Henry the 'New World'So out tonight In .preparation U
trade with Gump Worstey moving Improved Roger Itaube to daya' when we might make a Whitehead for their game Friday
derail Notre Dame' fait rolling ; guards Jim Taylor, Wednesday was all Clay'sand 9:30 'Iii 1 10
to Montreal and'JacquesPlante yard running might catch a Kenny Williams, center Danny night with the University of pm
football Stepln Fechit who was
coming! to New York... expression' pass or tea JIardIa Ald. Bennett Jimmy Taylor, born Lincoln Perry. Detroit

In the rapld.lJra,1JOI'1d of ne .Saturday.,But the Middle. quarterback I lib -.1'"- Na- coachald: Sta'- Tommy Taylor Harold Griner The Il-year-old comedian who Coach Charley Tate said he HIAR DICK NIXON

. NHL, it figures then that at sun not IIIJJy ap to the ICram- whsho. suffered III ankle and Bob Lyons will !be In the,rose to fame In the old Will .as taking 4*players,some still WGGO
though the sta 'of Wednesday bug 1961 form which won him dory In Navy's 'pain lame backfield. Rogers movies treated nostalgic doubtful because of Injuries, In 7:30 '.M. TONIGHT
the Canadien and buII't been able 10 combllle a bid against the Detroit (*.
two games Were underdog
the Heilman Trophy u college .1 Mayo will feature two good.newsmen to some of his old 'Naas 1..1iv.IwIC1/I/.1N
and( 'Ranger goalies they a riming effort with his pass. .
site Robert
player of the year. Also a backs In halfback routines white explaining a.
weren't Worsley and Plante.' nunsIW.. 11 row hart to about IS per Annln and fullback
bar of teammates Including ((190)) Jim- secret weapon he had picked up
(.rump. 'and Jacques labor fuUbact Pat Donnelly are still ceat: form compared to 71 per my Prlne ((110)). Glen Dees calls watching old films of former
these i i days In the American sidelined with 1Djur1el. pat: in Navy'. If-It tie with Pilt the signals for the Hornets and heavyweight champion Jack HOMECOMING GAME'

League their Jobs! taken ,by How then CII' Navy hope to Jut' .....we. completes the backfield with f Johnson.
Ci stter. Hodje aad Marcel succeed! .u. Ara Paneglmlani 1 of scat back Willie Joe Land Perry,Introduced u an advisor ,. WILCOMI "OLD Cll DS"
Padfe; And anybody who lawthelsMdUns ."We're going to have 10 play Notre DIme agreed In a tele- The Hornet front wad with told about the Anchor Punch ,

whip Toronto'W ,DYer our heads and have aU the phone IlllerYlew from South pens with ends Robert Richardson Johnson used and be promised II e Waves of P. K. (Y ng.v. .
or New ,York take Boston .11 good bounces 10 our way" Bend 1IId.. that "As StaubacJt Junior Cooper; tackles, Clay would ON It against Us- ,

Wednesday night can tell. you I Coach Wayne Rardin said gas. 10 goes NaVJ." Louis Shiver, Bobby Johnson, onThe
Wednesday falling back 011 the H. wed it bu beat quill nettlaw guards Steve Buchanan Alled punch was not describedin ..

why.Hodge.took over tor Worsley :l of a..,... cabin In films that StaubtcIa Johnson; center David Severance. .an effort to keep It secret -
after tight games:last season lie said tIM Middies have .bees buD't bees able to scramble ADMIRAL PARRAGUT ACADEMY
when the Cum, got hurt and I iIrappIDa up to seven pIIIII a enough to hit his secondary And at North Marion the FSU'Studlea
went on to win the league' I game IIId committing: other receivers and that this has been colts an anxJoui to show C lsf. Half Tim EntsSslnmentCROWNING
Vezina Trophy u the top NHL I IlIetmiDder. mistakes which might have the principal difference 1a land they can pass as well as Its.Offenie

He wss reported I In .made a big difference in the Navy' attack this year. I run tile ban. Bolinger win find TALLAHASSEE (AP) -Eyeing OP THI
danger of losing the j Job back to rood targets In Colt ends Ash- l the Mississippi Anthem Da-
Worsley In training this year icy Wood and Sella Edwards tense Florida State coach Bill HOMICOMING KING
obut has come on strong allowing Chlefland however hi reportedup Peterson

Just 11 goals In six games Meredith ,Regains and ready for the contest and week on was polishing concentrating both this the AND QUUNCitizen's
for the undefeated Habs. .111 only be without the aid of
: Faille got the Ranger Job first string guard 'Jerry Reed Viand air attack of the

three days before the season who Is sidelined with an Injury. Field 1
Old'Form in Win Ted Key remains the Indian Ha told the squad Wednesday
opened when Plante was sent to
: that MlsslMlppt Southern'sensolsonoofthebesttatht...
most likely to give the visitors .
Baltimore to work an ailing .: .

.: knee Intent back itavlnf.In shape. He seems ByjACKHANDAssociated leo accounted for 13 yards ado trouble Dennis but Chlefland Zelesnick probablywill quarterback country, leading the nation by 8

on Frees Sports-Writer e touchdown In 20 carries. put on a passing show of 'one point this season. pjn.Friday
This la the place to play; NEW 'YORK (AP) Don I Rookie. Ltf Josephson play. I hits own before the night Is com- Peterson said runners turnedn .
Faille said mopping himself off Meredith the Dallas Cowboy tag foAack for the injured Dick I pleted. : good performances as the

after besting the Bruins. Mareel quarterback who baa been .handicapped Bass, sprinted S3 yards for a Cedar Key travels to Haw :Seminoles ran through their
I : who's played parts of six. by Injuries in season, Los Angeles touchdown and 1 thome n a key Rtvtrland Con- I round attack. The squad also Adultl.1.25.
.. other seasons In New n York t finally shook off his ado and gained 10 yards ta 10 carries In I rennet battle of once beaten I IIeImJ. brushed up on Its passing game
V "figures' he's getting his beschance pam In the St Louis game the Rams' r 17 upset of Green t Brooson goes to Plersonn ,with Fred BUetnlkoff and end tud
to stick this time. $ fI. 75
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Sunday with a performance that only other six man conest. I Don Floyd receiving from quar ,
knocked the Cardinals out of a Josephton was acquired from t I recheck Steve Tend
first play tit. Dallas la a deal earlier In the
r -Bowling Rookie
year. Bruce Gossett of
On the strength of his fine Job the Rams continued to Impress DIXIE VIM'SPhone

on the Cardinals who were by kicking two more field goals.
: :.::Standings heavily .favored Meredith making it a total of 11 In 1attempts. / '
? larDed recognition as The Assorted
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It Gainesville Sun TI.ur.J0y, October 29, 1964
1 "
I 1 'Tigers9 Thomas -

f Voted, Best Back. i oj. _. I \ Nutti 5 ., .r cal il! !\w: -: :

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Lake Butler quarterback and 35 yards and fired a 17- EnterrolscoutlT :
Rugged JourneyFor Jimmy Thomas ran for two yard TO PflSI.Crawlord ,uaLln ... If' : : '
i touchdowns and passed for two a 175-pound sophomore w .r ,
more last Friday night In, smashed for 111 yardson
Tornadoes leading the Tigers to a U-7 13 carries to pace Santa Fe I : : t
triumph over WUllston. to I 15-14 victory over strong
The outstanding performance Fernandlna Beach.

t Starkt'i Tornadoes Journey over to LJvi Oak Friday night "Back earned' of the the 163-pound Week" honors senior Rating Santa honorable Fe halfback mentionwere Doyle LIMITED TIME !: ':.
J with hopes their season record will keep its undefeated glit the Sun.Thomas .
by Sikes, P.K. Young fullback :
dashed Si yards Tom Hansen, Starke quarter
ter.But It'll take I top-notch performance to slop Live with a fumble for one touch- back Phil Elder, Newberry '
Oak which sports I 1-1 record after dropping iti first game down and raced M yards fullback Harry Holder, Chief. ;:
last week to Perry.And It'.also Live Oak homecoming.So from scrimmage for another.He land fullback Ted Key and NYLON TIRErPRICE. :

quarterback Phil Elder fullback Mickey Agner and the yards fired to scoring brother passes Tommy of nine Gainesville Eckdahl and quarterback Williston quarterback Jackie : ;

rugged Tornado defense will.have their work cut out for Thomas and 12 yards to Larry Doug Mitchell.
them Clyatt to account for two more.
But until defeat comes, I'm sticking with Stark Let's lay The surprisingly easy win Tulsa Star '.
14 In a knockdown and dragout affair..' .' wu the sixth straight for I .
Lake Butler and the first loss Nears Lead

-Another Tough One for WilllstonI of. 11 Pains I NEW YORK (AP) -If he had SMASH
HIh'con Thomas the Sun'i AU-Area been given one more play
Orlando Boon li the 101'tonliht ai Gainesville4 .
quarterback last season, com- against Cincinnati last Saturday
tinues Its list ol rugged football asslfiunenti.L .. pleted nine of 11 pans for Howard Twilley, Tulsa's ,.
The Hurricanes tab I tl record to Orlando where Boone 120 yards for Ui.night's aerial pass-catching ace, might be No.
.Is sporting a 4-1-1 mark and riding high to Class AA, Region work. 1 1 In three statistical categoriesof ,stfattltaa r IJ HJM .
"I- . i : a., Earning special mention were college football Instead of No. (
Two starting CHS.6acka are hampered with bruises which North Marion halfbacks Rob 2. p II Fr.
:may limit their playing. time tonight to_male things worse ert Stone and Danny Sand- Time ran out as Twllley
I.for the Hurricanes ; c. \ in, Cross City fullback Randy caught a pass on the twoyardline
Fullback. AI Simmon* ami halfback.Brian Hipp art ailing, Corbin and Santa. Fe fullback and Cincinnati won the
I and If out,their presence. will be sorely missed. Mae Crawford. lame. Another play might have
It should be close, but I'm going with. Boone-by the score Stone raced for IDS yards and brought another catch and another
,of 167. Sandlln IB, ai the Colt easily Tula touchdown.
; defeated strong Crystal River, Instead twilley wound up
I 254. They ran all over the second In three major college 7 1 t
+ -Huge. Viiiton field and each scored one statistical lists Issued today by rwey
touchdown. the NCAA Service Bureau. In
P.,'K. Yonge also will have a stiff test here Friday night Again The Spark scoring, It's Kent McCloughan. i
when It.hosts SI,Pete Admiral Farragut. In a homecomingbattle. Corbin again,wu the offensive of Nebraska with 51 points j
t '.>.* : spark for undefeated Cross Twilley 55 In pass receiving,
The vl.llol'laport a 3-1 record hi CUM* A competition and City as he aped for two touch Karl Noonan; Iowa, 43, Twill
a/huge forward wall that average around 1M pounds.! downs and passed for another 42. In touchdown passes, Fred t
Fullback Tom Hansen win have to come up with some In a 43-7 rout of Trenton. Blletnlkoff.. Florida State, seven 1
support for the PKY offense to crack the I'Farragut line. He tallied on runs of five twilley six. tQ

PKY won last year, 74, but rID going,.with,the L.P_eta NO DOWN
squad this time in a 14-7 battl.On .. ;:" "
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Road, Again t'
Santa Fe, still' sighing with relief after a narrow 15-1 14i
i decision over previously undefeated Fernandlna Beach last TAAKAVODKA 4M600X1Jhibtfypt 11
week hits the road. again Friday night for Orange Park. .hckw.nREGULARLY
The Rebels will have to:M at their:best to.keep their t
express moving But the record .Is 5-1, both the offense and ,
defense sound and the chance: for another victory bright.
I I'm taking Santa Fe to whip the Bulldogs In a 20-7 contest. '$10.11
.Scanning the'field Lincoln II/Tallahassee FAMU 7, Lake or :
Butler 34, Mayo OJ.; Willlston 2t, Newberry 0, Cross City 11 .
3% Keystone Heights 'i; North Marlon SO, Chiefland (. Tren. ,,
ton 13, Inverness Ii; Hawthorn. 21, Cedar Key 13, and Bronson / ,
31 Plerson 0. I '
1 7.
:JLast .week produced a record of six right, four wrong a
and two ties for a season mark.ofMS4, r..701 per.Cinage. -
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ILI Thinkin& f"\ n < 1.0'1'I LIMIT. R TO A CUSTOMER. NO DEALERS, PLEASE! ? t
,4 Now &that f thi Saeon b'past''the-halfway mark It's time< .
I to start thinking about the Sun's All-Area team. ," .'f"" TOs1 s eyp.Iladt iI
I What about quarterback? Lake Butler's Jimmy Thomas your :!0x1na N.dh $$ your e00a17 Mhd s wINT[ [ jjig
looks like a good bet to repeat, but there Is top competi > 710x14 McJese mm100x14
tion. from'Gainesville's Jackie t Eckdahl .,Starke'i Phil Elder g ,, CROIC@ Melees Me
and WUliston'a Doug Mitchell.Fullback' .. ; tltalS take-type WATT ,a { ei xis tih.len wiau[
',' should be a tight.race with P, K. Yon,.'',
'Tom Hansen and Cross City's' Randy Corbin at the top; ? h i4 J --
.of, the heap. But then there's sophomore/ Mac Crawford '
75011.ttrbdeu bledh s.Osl s WMMM EfVVPCS40x1SM
of:Santa Fs, Mickey: Agnes of '&arU. Robert. Head.., of. WUliston -. Jour. 4MMeck
\ ** q y
i and oft-Injured Ted Key of Chiefland. tOOxISMetetsMe* ;
j Two North Marlon standouts should be In the running,for 100x11 Melon Meek.
\ .halfback laurels. Danny Sandlln and Robert Stone have Choice M *70x1S Melon' Matt. UIINIrC
sparkled each week, consistently picking up nor .than IN
yards par,ame. ,, '
I' And then' there' 125-pound I i',AI.Glffen and Brian Hipp 1 Oil s lrldmWNl1 H Ir ;i
both of Gainesville, Doyle Sikes of Santa Fe, Wendell Corbin. Oss M "
f of Chiefland and Tommy Thomas of Lake Butler. your ti018I ywr' S Motou WMTI MMTf540x1
}' There's a wealth 61 top talent mere. and. 'only. time will ?Le1.A 310x13 nb.l.u bl.dc S.0x11 Melees WHIT '
"round it out to a No.1fourlOllleI,i : ...v I Ir01 1v Pschoice 100x14 MetaMWMTI1S ,.

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I ThunJey, Octoker 29.'1964 Get.....,.. Sun at .
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f Court Delays J \ ....' "
A (Jvil :Rights Act' -

,J GOP AppealFor ..BUSINESS =, = i

JAects TV Time, REVIEW Y'r t.L .

tR: NFA FFA ; .


-_- Supreme Court baa refused to I _
convene before election day\ to .
t? Bun ML a r"M.ttEtrbl .i&uvenUon la Kansas City, Mo.,, Members at the meeting Included bear arguments demand II I Dew

PftRa" 11cIrOCtobet.'whIle the NFA H. E. Wood, state supervisor ng equal television-radio time, Jones Stock AreI'IIft. J

The civil rights act passed holds its convention earlier to A. R. Cox, state executive for Sen. Bury Goldwater to re- Readers' Phy..... Da.Y Z01 i 1:

this yen is having its far the month it' Atlanta advlj Ca., Dr. secretary of the FFA, Lot Jy to an Oct. 11 speech of President RequestKJSSrSSSS 171.18 JO JllduaL 1.841.".. ''i
Tenney national o r. ten and area supervisors Johnson. up
reaching effects the two
on national
sail in all probability; there will "We don't plan any wholesale 223.04 20 Rails up G.10 -
orgaaixatBns Jo*Jroctr The court's refusal announced
never be another! .FFA convention consolidation (of the FFA :
tional .lI'icul_ student! I 153031 IS VtIL oft 1.20
:!! Wednesday, night,
the :. 'like the :1964 affair He and NFA)," Loften said. H *: .:::: .: STOCK LISTINGS .
Future Farmers America
that there Is chance -
means no lIS SIoch
said: however; that it may said, for example that the Lincoln up 0.08
(m).a I.lta Negro sue- that the will win
i Republicans P1erot. 4,120-110O
take'more than
another WalberD.Kurphey
year High School (Gainesville) / I Volume
the 11ei FumerTV ..
terpart, their legal battle to get the time II 1.140,000tI.
before the FFA and the NFA NFA chapter would be redes-\ .
America (NrA)." "S" : stage a Joint convention ignated as an PTA chapter for Goldwater before next Tues NEW YORK \Tidewater _' .._..... 35 Keystone S-4 __._. SI. '

Federal:Timcttls have ordered to Florida "Then if a Lincoln vocational I,, day STOCK EXCHANGE Trans W A __.. 46ale %I Life Investors ....?, ..._ 1052 Late Morning
the merger of the two organizations the state FFAconvention agriculture student were trsns- The Federal Communication Abbott Lab __ 2.a0: Union Pie __",,_ 1.101 48 Life Stock Fund ?.._....... 102Miss.
and the effective Is Ferred to Gainesville High I. Commission has ruled that the Allied Chem __ 180 5:14: Und Air L ._".." 'M 1.50b Itv.I i Inv Stock ___..m 17 32 N Y
date of the'-.union- Is. -July..- 1, held each Junein School, he could transfer his I President's speech was a report,Amerada Pt _..._ 2.00 82%I Vpjohn _.___ 1.00 10'.4 I Miss. Inv Growth _.._' 9.1 I Listing

1965. _DaytonaBeach. FFA membership tot b at to the nation on International Am Elc Pow _??. 116b 45 Jim Walter M_...._.. J511jI I Pioneer Fund _.__,_ 10.29 AlllsChsl 22
In Florida1; where there are Next school," Loften said developments and not a campaign Amer links 140a 70\%I War Lamb _.., ... ,70 31 Puritan Fund _. 9.S2' JonesAL M"i' ?

about 10,000 FHA members and year'a convention In Alachua County, there are speech. The ruling said Amer Hone ...._ 144a <4 Worthlntn ._...._ 1.50 4I K I Putnam Growth .. 163 Alcoa 60 Kale AI MAmAlr
round 4,000 NFA members, probably NFA chapters at Lincoln HigbScbool the three television networks, Amer II Fdy __. .M II'6, Xerox _'_. 1084 I TV & Elec .__, ._n.t 1.M 47 Ken'cott MH
the merger. J Is in the planning, will not be In- and at A. L. Mebaae which gave the at time to the Armco Stl >_, 3.00 71-., Zenith _.. ____ 1.201 68'" I Inc ??,.??.?,.?..,-. (.66 AmCan 43H' Llg ft My MU
stages tel rated because u School in the Iowa of Alachua President wen not required totiara Atch Topka ,. 1.lOa 33'1 OVER THE COUNTER rWellington Fund ..'_ IS 65 AmCysn 65 Loch'd 37%

"We're planning tow.rd-that it will to this part of the state, do the same for the Republican Baxter Lab _._' .M 27% NIW YORK tAp' 'TK* Hlti.Hllf ...I NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS AmMot 1. Lorillard 4S'i
l ...... ..,.. ...... ...
(the merger),". said W. T. Lof. I come before' LoUse also are three NFA chapters in presidential candidate. Beckman In ???_._ 57! 14 h7.hh..w ae _.....-. .. rra.hh4.M 0.0. Come.. V.t Close Caange AmTob XH: i Mag-vox !3\>i"<

t ten, head el the University of ,the effective date, July 1, of Marion County and one in Lake In a tie vote, the US. Court of Beech LT S 1.10 94 11 w .r.. n.Vwre ei1 sAm"paw. ...w...-...., ..100 U S Steel SSH off 14 Ampx Cp 17 i MM&M 59U
Florida's agriculture: education the merger of the PTA and City. Appeals allowed the FCC ratal Bristol My ___...- M 64% w tile ,.".N _lit 0101 86.000 Tex Gulf Sul 564 off V. Anaconda S6H Mohasco 14%
department.. when queried yesekrdayM NFA. Asked about the )possibility ofNegro to stand The Republicans then Brown Shoe 140 IllS,....._... low Nil gees "',110O U S Indust 11 up 4 Armour SW Mons'to 121."
Loften. the UF agriculture asked the Supreme Court to Brunswick I I Int 36t off 1. Babcock 36'a Mont Wd 43>i
: t FFAers holding state Alice Land m. ...,.,.,?.,??.??... 114Imer 61.100 Paper
Th ctti rights act. to part, education bead, said that In I office and attending the statetwo tab up the ease quickly before CambeU S .._ 140 >% Fidel Life _>....m 25 1. 54.600 Webb Del E 6%' up V. B&O 40 Nat Dame 121,
bans discrimination where federal Florida the merger of the I convention, LofteD said this Is election day. Carter Pdt _._..._ 100a U% Amer Heritage .. ___ 11 1% 43,100 Chrysler 514' off 1. Beth Stl 39H Nat Dist MH: .
vocational .. The court, which Is not ached- CaM J I '. IMl 42,800 Beth Steel 39H off % Boeing I1H NAmAv WI
funds are Involved. Vocational agriculture organizations a possibility. "If they any nom- uu.g.r Amer Mat Ins -_..... 10%
agriculture programs for will be accomplished b slated, they could conceivably led to bear any more cases ,Cessna Air 1.00 IT* Amer Pioneer Life ._' 104Inbeuser 42,300 Outbrd Marine 15% unch Brunswk I Penney 3U'

both white and Negro students simply re designating each be elected to office," Lotion until Nov. I, refused. ,ChesOhlo ..._ 4.00 77 Busch _._..._ S74. 41-500 RCA 334 up %i CaterTr 37 PaRR 421,
Involve some federal aid. NFA chapter u an FFA chap, said. He added that they would The Supreme Court did not I Coil S Gai 13% Anodyne .-.-- 443tlaina 31,100 Amer Zinc 34 V. off 4 Celanew 69'4 Pep Cola BeI1Cbry.lC'r "
ter. He said that delegates at have to measure up to the same announce how It voted. It did I CBS _m .. 19%I Bank ... .. 37 38,000 Fedrl Pac Elec OH up 4 SOH Phil Mor 71
Therefore the of the ????? ? ?
white merger and the the national convention were standards and qualifications of say that two Justices Arthur J. I Comb ling .._ 1.. M*. Conn Lt ft Pow ,_.._ 37% 38.400 Royal Dutch 49% off V.I CocaCnla 131 Phlll\ Pet 83"%
predominantly be told of the ordered merger and the white FFAers. Goldberg and Hugo L. Black, I Gamut Corp ...._ 40% Cowtes Mil ft Pb 12% 37,700 Com Sat Corp 414. off 4 Com Ed 96H RCA Ilk

brought Negro organisations about! to comply must fits' that he expects an official memorandum Actually, the merging of the dissented, while a third, Byron I IR. COM Mllli _, .10 114 Dunn ft Brdat _....?,??? 634' 36,700 Am Tel A Tel 61 unch Con Ells 034 Rep Sll 474
I to that effect soon. FFA and the NFA isn't White, took no part. I Cont AM .40 11% FlorIda Gas _',..._ 10%1 35.600 Sunshn Mill 31% off K Cont Can S3U Revlon 394
the law. Dr. A. W. Tenney, national really iiu
110 614.
Conti Ins
County school superintendentswill "integration"\ racial .mu.T Fla Natl Bank 64Ta
.'FA advisor, said at the a tense, 175
National FFA Convention ear. be notified of the ordered since the national FFA la si- Scouts :Contrl::: Data ._ 6114Corn Tele ."_?.,???,, .._ is Volume dose Caaage StRegP 324-
EAL M Seaboard W,.
Boy 95,800 New Idrla
: : Pots 150 U% 2% unch
lier this month that officials In I merger, Loften said, and it will ready Integrated. The stale t I"ouDden We 10V.
the U.: S. Department of Health, hen be up to county school: FFA president\ California is I Delta Air _.._..... I.. 61% Franklin We _._ In'. 46,300 New Park Mng 5% off H. E. Kodak 1354 Sears 1224
Dot Steel _.. -M 144. 32,100 Can Export Gai 14. ouch Firestone 4m Sinclair 524
1 1I boards to do u they see fit a Negro youth. Get HonorsTonight Gnat American 11"
Education and Welfare have received :
31.000 Kin Ark Oil IV4 oft 4 Fla PAL 114 Socony U\.
Emerson EI 100 41 .
I bout it Gulf LIfe ___._. 12'11I
notice that the two organizations The major adjustments and Ford ....
23,500 Astrodsta SouthnC U
I The I Fair Camera JOt 2ft1'Inu'1 Hero Jonas ., ... 151 up
initial of the
must become one. planning changes will have to come ODD
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merger In Florida took place largely in the southern states I Purchases Sul 434 StBrsnd 77'.
(The t H Cub program : ai.rtr1m:: 2814psi. ? -. 351,780 Frept
kanoaaaw LIfe _.._.. 10%
ast week at a meeting of the where the PTA and the NFA Short
Sales ___ Frueh Tr 33 StO NJ MH
be affected 3,457
I could :conceivably Wilt. J'Ia. _.. 11% LIfe If ruItlfo ILnta -'
.. too, because It directed state vocational agriculture edicatlon \- existed side-by-slde, but seps- Boy Scouts Pearce W. Hunt, Other Sates __mmmn. *,017 Gen Dye H%. Studebsk 170..
ria I Cst 11
&_._.,...._, : ._.. .. ...!. I staff in Gainesville l rated, for many years. Troop II and Hal H. Wilmot, '_ Company _._ 1914 Total Sales -, *1,424 Gen EI I7H Swift 03'4Gen
Y. RYIW..Y r.KW.v. Food Fair ___ .. U I Electron _._.. 1014
e award rank STOCK MARKET Gen Mills 49 U Carbld 1264"
Involved here. Dr. M. O. Watkins Frilo -
Lay :PaeUle SW Air _._ 33V.
'director of the' Florida during\ ceremonies tonight at l Cell. Tell _-- .N 11% i iI setae! LIfe Tr _.,.. 604Soutiutru Advances .M,-_,-,,,_ ._ JTI CIa Mira 100 Unit Alrc low

Agricultural Extension Service, State President of FFA Honor Court to the Kirby" Smith I G. Pacif _._._ ... N%. I IClUJ Nitro. ___m 2514 i Decline.' -___._... III Goodyr 464. Un Fruit 114
., was out of his office and note School 011 ___ 27% tavalan In 42% Unchanged __, 2N Greyhnd 134. US Steel 58%.
m-i.i Total
available for' comment this Also due promotions are: Grace Co .._ 1AIb NHel 1 Union Security. In.. .1091 I Issues _.. 1lIt Cull oil MV UnlvMat 15'fc'

i morning.:Neither were any of Sees Easy Merger,With NF A Second Class Daniel Dread- Curtis _'. .89 11'41'JBII Unit Ct ftf .,,i.---.i..i..._ Ai J New New 106344 196144 Lows Highs ..M lot Hare a% WettgEl 424
l the state 4 H agents available. ner, Bill Gaston, Bruce WDkto-. ._. ___. "10 41' AMBICAN II Jilt Pap 364 Whin Dlx 2I_
for comment.) ALACHUA Marion (Bud) "But we really haven't had( son, James Funk, John Long,. Int MIn CW 1." 21Int STOCK' EXCHANGE
Since UK founding of the PTA Riviera, state president of the time to get together and discuss John Clardy, James L. Garrett, Tale .._._ 1.0' N% J AaroJatCan ,.._._ ,_ It... NIW YORK TIMI1' MARK(:IT AVIRAOIS, OCT. 21. j I.;
In 11% It has been mostly an Future Farmers Terry Andrew Warren E:m 0, __ 60
of America, it it length .Riviere said Kellogg. ._ Joe % jI WIll Corp .I4
organi attar for northern high laid this morning that ha does- In that be did not Robby Newberry Carton I 1AIImID CP _._ 13th 2011 J JUtIOD Aqua CIIIm ..... Ib4b 15 Rails i 12'tis 50T4 1SOJ9 OH .OS I' :
school students and southern n') foresee any "big problems" saying see I Teagne, James WsMrop, Larry In __ 1.. 73" J Aurora Plastics 254was. MHstrlets' 197.41 II 1..'.11 ISTJI OH 7.77
from tin
.students enrolled. in the agricul. '..' la the merger of the FFA with my problems Rlvtore arlsuiaj noted themembers Yates. Lone I Qa ,.1.01 II" .lnalnler _.._ !011" s0 flecks J 24." 3 11.01 "'.U Off 4.41MARKET .
fu'1'he NFIyras. the New Farmers of America merger, of both First Class Ted Anderson, Mania rid _'_ I.. alt 1atIIr.. _..._....._ 1141omputer l
organized for ha Negro vocational agrlculre organlutioni I'Ricky Thames Stanley Leumd Martin M _..., 1.00 1ft C _._ 111,1.IDIraa '
1 the Negro high achoo1..1ed1- student orgaafaDraoo.;: ,. are all vocational agriculture! Paul Elkins, Jim SanI\a'\ ). ,MM. ._ .101 N : _' I ISc:1

I I turf students and is strictly a Riviera, a 1904 graduate I 101 students. Star Lawrence Lena, John Mead Corp _u._.. 1.70 a% cMarkd _. ._ 12 11

southern, based organization. Santa Fa High School, said Riviera who was elected It Forsman, Lon Shepard Steve __ 2.1101 4811. Cutter Laba A _........_ 1741Dleata FLASHES I
There aft 401JMI.PTA m ambers that be and other state officers the Hate PTA presidency last Stokes, Richard Yawn. Natl Airl .11 1ft Control ..__..60 ,
In the- United States, the were notified of the merger, June, said that be and o Bill Wikemin, Haas NY Canti _.. .501 8141Nla Fulton Indssekey __.__ 99 t-
Virgin Islands aDd Guam, while ordered by federal officials, at state officers probably thenFisher.. M Pow ,_.... 2.00 II (lea Develop ___ ..v.III : NEW YORK (AP-The) stock Viet Nam charged that thi U.1. .
there :are about M.OOO members the National FFA Convention,get together at the State Fair Merit Badges Jim Chesnut, Norfolk W ,_ '.00 145'%" J IIlnlt JAil I'V i market was fairly steady early end Its agents had :.igaln,
m the NFA. In Kansas City., Mo., earlier in Tampa next February to Lawrence Lang Robert Wilkinson No Ind P S _' ,_ I." '1' 1\' Airlines _". 1Mead 4 his afternoon, with steels resist bombed and shelled North Vietnamese
The:FFA holds Its national this month. discuss the merger. Henry Couch, Crslg Hall, No Nat Gas 1.10 041Olln Johnson .._ 16% )rag further sharp decline and territory.The .

, Mark Pettia, Joe Summers, M.1b 1.211 42'4''ac NW Tile _.._ 22% motors mixed. Associated: Press average
; ': Ronnie Thames, Warren Rolfe, Onna n G '..3.50104 hlllps Elecn.iu.ui....M 47 Trading was moderaUvely acIve of 10 stocks at noon was'up: .I?:
Comftussidn n Guerrilla Invasion Lon Shepard Bay Bryant, Stave Pac C A I 1.00 33'4 Redwing Carriers _._ 10%I as Wall Street assessed the at azu with Industrials tp ,1,
"' .,.#. > Stokes Tommy Stokes, Brace Pac Lung _.._ UI JO" II Uc Group 5%I factors which triggered WtdneI.I rills up 1 and utilities down'
Brssbear, .J a m a s Carpenter PacT'T _. UD 2ftS perry R.! WU. 6 day's sharp selloff. 1.1.
To Discuss Jeff Carpenter, Jeff Grant, Rutty Pan AmerA _., I..' }17 S rntn._.- -- j.. sfl U.S. Steel, after a slight gala The Dow Jones Industrial Iv..r. .
r < Of HaltedAbdul Cannon and John KiTby. Parke DIY ___ 1'1 rape Ehc "r J..LI- 1IM I at the start, eased Bethlehem .,. at noon was up J 63 at:,
Malaysia The program begins at I p.m. PennaoU __ 100 1194 Tech' Measur ,4-_ 19(4.I which reports on quarterly 17179. ,
Subdivisions : Pfizer ._ .ilia 484 WA Wts __ Jfl%I nances after the close, lost a The street was apparently dl-'
Phelps DI _'_. ,_ 1.00 7344 MUTUALFUNDS fraction. jesting President Johnson's reported
ft City ConimfiataaM'havat -a I KUALA LUMPUR, MalaysiaAP Rahman' Malaysia's top Anti-Kennedy :Polaroid ,..._ JI 171% ffUlated Fund 122 I Throughout the list of market concern about possible
( ) A new Indonesian invasion Internal official made
dinner conference: with the Qty,' security Pub Sv E G 2.N nc.pltalW. 4 Cr ?_ lot I wheelhoroai some stocks plaid steel, price boost, a news item
t|i, Plan .' Board and an J1IA, of the Malaysian mainland a flytaf\ tour of the Malacca Teamster right :' tHl __ 1.18 NRayanl.r Divers Growth ,_ 1025 I a point ar .... wHth triggered, heavy wiling bi
was reported today, but the Must area and told newsmeg Rills were a little! ahead on reels:
,. spokesman tonight, before meeJ I.. 42% vldend' Shares 1.11: Wednesday. |
in? l in special session at I p.m. government radio said one of that Malaysian forces had the In New York :Heall .._ .1IIt..% rwyf\II ... _, 2UI I balance. Building materials, 'Prices ewe generally higher
The dinner meeting was caned \ the two groups guerrillas that situation weD hi hand. Heyn lI.d JO H Fidelity CapllIdellly II If I sctronlci and chemicals were 'm the American Stock Itfhinge.

so commissioners endS plan landed had been virtually wiped. "We nave encountered"large ,., ... v H board members could discussa out.'The, number of the invaders, be NEW YORK The Intern C Cola I.. M4FII73 Trend I' N There was a little shading of Corporate and UX< ,over,.
new "cluster" type 'of subdivision broadcast said. at least 10 said, "and the battle between :tional Brotherhood of Team- Roy Dutch _. | 40% FlM .'tal Invest 11 51 Ices following news that North I mint bond were higher. ; .
of the raiders bad been them and security forces la to CD 44% Iinger of
planning. cap stars Is dome all It can to J omo! 1IosIoa"1.71:-
4 The two groups will meet at tured following clashes with progress. We have every reason' :voters away from former landS. \ 100 82% sorporated Inc ,... ._ 10 :

0 p.m. at .the, Manor Mote Mslaystan forces. Australian' to be i successful. Attorney General Robert r. 5m.Ith tare! .IMa 46 eystoae. K-l ,,..,._ 1ysta p: Steel Price Hike :::
restaurant *t .. and New Zealand troops also Unofficial reports said the :Kennedy, a long time foe 01 5ea Cal FA ....... I.. 16% KAIt 11.3 17.
Then the commisjioners will Joined to the bunt for the invad landing force was believed to :Teamster President James R- J OIl Cal _u_.., 2.. or,1Mb --- I
meet at till Utilities OpetetlomeCenter en. number about 00 men. J Huffs It OIl fnd 42%I 1 Union Dixie

at I pMn. to transact Prime Minister Abdul Ran- It was the third reported Invasion I Kennedy Is the Democratic- start Dru, 63 174 I Worries Johnson ;
the week's busmasa, delayed of the Malaysian\ mainland ]r.... uw ,...._... 1JO 634 4-Hen ::
nan announced five boatloads ]Uberal opponent of Sea Kenneth : Wia .
from Monday \because of the by forces from Indonesia, whose !rlltroll 1.1045% .
,4 of guerrillas landed before dawn I B. Keating. a Republicanwho ,
President Sukarno has vowed to :
1 Florida Lssiu to of Jacksonville.Tooighf Municipalities n the southwest coast between crush the British-backed Malayslaa declined to endorse the t Fair, Awardi I NEW YORK (AP) Betnle-\ els, the rate of return on biveii.
meeting I Goldwater Miller Iicbt.AIIJw.o. Nobel : hem Steel Corp got ready today .d capital sun lags weB bftomj. :
Includes Malacca and ..... federation of Malays, Singapore Physics
, s agenda reviewing ... Unffa- ttrMif Turn.ster TALLAHASSEE; -, A union' to loss Its latest profit figureslate lilt average of all manufactar- .
for the numberfive Home MMsttt'bmiil) Bin Sarawak and Sabah.
; plans members M rapport President County 'and a Dixie/ County IIf I the rekindled debate. ever .tof toduetrtes./ ':: ;
with architect Prize Shared
fire station ,
Lester May preliminary plans t Johnson, be made K clear Club>> member. were amonj i I steel prices." The remedy they say to wPrtct :'
for taa works facILIty Shoots Escaping Convict at the start ef the Senatorial lop wtonen to the twine aad Following\ ......, the. seasad.I rise prabaMy aa ..1IcteK I
I new public .In this state that he, By U. S. USSR 1.1f .. .... '
. appointments to tbs M. :!" .. -- campaign I poultry> shows at the. North Flor.Me largest atari producer (alanaaf, fWabed ate* :
racial Committea and would use his mftoeaca to bring Fair yesterday. to report Bird" aoarter and am- preducti like snorts, .strip an* .
of other lots for the acquisition new On Way Back to Raiford about Kennedy's detse STOCKHOLM (AT) Twoujaetoaa Roar IsadbaHs ef Ualea I month results at KM close of the" ......-J -. :
ball ........ New York Team- ... aa American were County skewed. the New York Stock Exchange. Labor contractt betweM -
.I city I HAWTHORNE.A eetvlet t.. ebots at Janis one stars Joint Council tt, beaded warded the 1M4 JOebel Prisebf barrow to fee reservecbamptoa u The steel price argument steel tan panN. and the Unltest t

Catholics-Ask on his way, to Batter* Prime led baa In the back of the by Jots J. 0......, went ea physics Jointly today for swine show. Hie crossbred you siu- revived on saw word that ,..,.., Steelwonera of America expire !
t was shot to .the bead ky Her. r kavtof through the record endorsiaf the camttdae heir eaatributlom .to tbeiJiIffM ... mal bad earusr been decal I dent ....... would tike a skepitlcsl MM! June harp .IIp&iatioa :
Racism Rebuke undo County SherbTl depress front ef Us scab. He westroatasl of Kennedy two weeks as.. ..... They tW rTONMOflNMayBesov grind champion ef the 4Httoaete (I view ef any auk* steeprtce I csn begin. JSB..l. ..: ;

I a ... yaw van ban yesterday' aftoraeaa aa MIn at lea aceee and sent Asked wing M flMught efCouncfl and AfekaanderrlWMlW I ... ......... lOW hl2f e,' rise. That word was considered Johnson reportedly {It ksepmi( ;
ROME Taa Asaarieaa B. ......... .....' to IsaObrd ton ...1IuIaIIce.M' irs ladnrisaisal. .....- M MotOiW MlOMriH .... .barrow to Fray Mora I prune factor .to In close touch with, preliminary .
maw CanaBe k4arareay aiyestarday .aeS 'Jana. tar at aartaai fa repflad- "Iwr7 -:111: aaautaaomeus Hard Tenses e/ t..eR4marKl.a.tta Fading C.'ff.4Maef foe 41 stock market dip .......,. 'I n oves toward aaatract rhangss; Iwbldi
I far a "fartWalstunefaVaeal ..... atDspadataiUJaaJj..... ...... MM** k. a pef- tHttluU tf TeelTatsearaastM ceoteapMni, TVto Actually tilt President said. could law M tmpertenr :

caarissavsW* by ..,. tiiRtb die er a met feet right to aaaaraa whatever. .tilt, Mlnr ... Dixie I Aug. I when price raw toft was effect a prkse i. I
the ftaaaaasasl. Cam af ttteancaraai br ... a UAt s n ltawtb1rM. : CIDdIdate w arts ubmtsY MLawtey efaf c...,)... .. PrIll.-.I II the air that he weaht look Fear ef ate atdustry. *1lt :

... at neM HBSttea. ..... jf* sWfBlf 41.**.. Will IWflHV .** saVC. BMkJ mb. Inn ...ed. .. any markup .Kb "veryt EHtH companies naertea

." ,J' ... WI RR bait af SM SUja arias far htorasaank TaeSaate FaFFA' Cbap t o serious twiiera. aad urged record high aaratofa tor .tJS I
SpaaMaf .st at af ka UX MRf urn Ik) sand ll Crowinga Station aa the maser besm. owed (he top ..... white steel executives to act retponsi- lint aha moons ef me year :
billlopl asteadhg r5o ____ CQftpMlil fl VDOa.yHBT Wen fat Maaar Is the siaMtoeatar .. mire far ag... aad aearly al abeaM produe*
... 1ociTi
about 171 at the prwaeat Omo.Archbib0p .- hrsaktaj art ...... map Robbed of 179 ampllflcattaa by.1 But the subject to touchy en rtported faine. J *
Patrkk A. 03erk ad after partialtbto d1....1a1. __ K. I. (Let peseta, rtha.labd ........ ef radtettoa fraught with memories ef the The
Old 1ndustt1111nt. U J. Ste
j of Waabaajtai aaket tsat a .. ... .. s.- Cloy been radio to Ignt ; Bill Stink, < ;
special b dairt r eau ..... LAWTtYJMOYa Staeeart waves President John ,. Kennedy Corp, seemed headed far .
t section be added to a e a.a RIate' ......It e..fA1.. N ened. Service ; 40<. mad Prechorev .. steel I industry roaireverty' ef hwktaster |
.... debar ..sae vOBt ,MMstj .. tsieai erasig ai Stettoa bare was reeked in' : aaratop year alooa IsMa
rthe0a ether half obeartmlBay
a wfl share tie ef : TrtuhyCate April 1903. At Mat taw Oil
the been i i.b
ChnnkaiisaaVaflac ..... ttelg" ... ... 4tw4h ,. . tarsksfy and expfldflywtta 7 'lbm ....... .. ...... II as Ciawg>r antes eisyr ria.aa.tal ga'7M : Oaf Faystts ef MU116 "Pf.-0 .. et err crease after Keaeedy objected .

SM rate ,...... ..... r lAr1 area i-thv tttaa6a PtuiMT.n.r ....... aa1 ....' n6/at wtiiiw I the .....! AOKMBf af Sttoaae.HE ,.. ....... P'I strong*.

"Ratlaq n v.r'. e ',,: sari tiara a akeitpletsr tatrdnAtidni jfjijaj CMMMat ef fsa ..... III iesan 10 ,., 8828mb b Let Aagebe. FmhtsalJshaaaa Oros. City

r.... r II ...7rtY .... Dias r Served !'I.. On usW tttra4 eeaar aii :WIde ;. :..p00 .S.... ,.,.., ISele.ea ...... ...... was said to hat* 0a 1

.to s. fond fa almost every l5Tea _: ant nIr" dererlal ...., m aiart fcr ibegassnaa j wIiIdI eboa.n phyllh.wear. ___ ww b.a. lib ured OM ......... steel pro.lite 4 Ilen ;2nd ci
.... II, Aa. woriaVli sotsnreb FMHy Cub waTat.spadat as a ...sty Os.rLM fto aaali<.. deed tar ReeWNi .. eal4r/m4 I.....'. JrCIurt i- were ap per MIl at
a ssdal ar ealnral arT ballet darer far ...... .. .... .. at lawaeM, thenflf'led' to OVi''' Iar 0sa n I salad oat M. Msrtrl ef though same caiculitlaaa were CROSS] CITY- Dlile f i
flea peilo.4w. IA. ,. tilt ....... Insa been nary ayMN .:. arlfceaae aavUr.ef as1'1 1..... ...... elssrairee r -= '!hut earl about per cent' ,Maws brougM home .blue ru> : I
.V'Ont-aad hre- I(roai 7 to 14 DM Aevbora .... .. .... .. aitef III lei It I reai4to Metre |af- Ltedtog steel esecuthea have I IIIIa& boas slob a second.... w6> .
.w .. 'nIII e II I ... Rceervatleassboaid Msy,.sia6M II dMts.1i = ,....... r .eaar9aaI sOsMaMOsrwaytoaatreai ceeseeded ......-a- ... I to the Sears-Roebuck sasasnrejDairy :
.. sar .... I be asada dill Feed NIn... ..{ 4 I Ifti __ .to. aim --.r ......II .... | Curate ..... ,.. coatest Friday during Ia
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20 Golnaaville' Sun Thu"".", Octofcei 29, I9<4
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I'' l- Action Begins on, Dixie. '* Reef at Horse. heBe9c. 1

DIXIE REEF to be a certainty. tldfriday' President Herbert Hoofer Fisherman whitetail deer."l1m itudy la designed to weal the 1oovIins i i (

THE NEW at the Carriage appears Inn In Cross City firmed I Cup Herbert Hoover, fisherman and Slat President of |the United patterns, feeding and resting' periods, ranging -distances dad

meeting which have been "in the works" for several 1 st sin. .ra States, bas passed on Ha once wrote, "All nan art equal before cover 'preferences of the deer. ,
the plans fish." His book for and To Wash Your Here briefly is how
the next day with the first hauling "Fishing .Fun the system works: The biologists cap- :
months. Action began Soul," a classic among all such contributions, Ja a public.! lure a wild deer through the use of another relatively"new .

of materials to Friday's Cross City, meeting were 't tlon of Random House. His gentle nature, his fishing enthusiasm game management device, the dart gun, which 'injects a
Those In attendance his work for Boys Clubs his food temporary anesthetic to the selected animal.
Horseshoe and Shlred Island, Charles success as a The capture is
George Peacock Sanders of and Cecil James of Cross City, i..z" administrator, and his leadership as President combine to' quiet and humane. Then, while the deer is "under" It Is fitted
Elton, Robert make him one of our most unforgettable citizens, out with a stout leather harness to which a small battery pow.
Bass Marvin Dyals, Jimmy Moore
George Weaver, Johnny JIto Outstanding Came and Fish CwivenUoa aced radio transmitter Is securely attached.
and Archer Bass of Suwannee, and your columnist, Gainesville ,. J
George Peacock is the owner of SHIRED ISLAND The record-breaking Itth annual conference of the South Upon awaking, the radio equipped deer la off to resume

FISH CAMP while Jimmy Moore and Archer Bass are owners frunL I'6111NItt eastern Association of Game and Fish Commissioners, held its normal routine. The biologists are then able. to snoop on

of ROWE'S FISH CAMP and BASS'S FISH CAMP at U /IMidnor UMnr at Clearwater, had over toe delegate from II South and the unsuspecting deer through the us of portable, highly

Suwannee. Cecil James was chairman of the Carriage Inn Southeastern states. Headquarters for the. three ,days program sensitive, direction-finding radio receivers., ,
was the Jack Tar Harrison Hotel To learn the most from a given study animal Jeter and

meelln The ,Dixie Reef Is expected to be one mile long and up to The IMS conference will be held In Oklahoma. Marchlnton conduct regular checks on its movement They

three hundred yards wide. It's approximate location Is eight A. D., (Bob) Aldrich, Tallahassee, director of the Florida use designated stations from which they take hourly "fixes"on

miles from Horseshoe Beach, eight miles from: the mouth of ting 50 to 60 per boat Came I and Fresh Water' Fish Commission, Is president of the source of the transmitter signal By applying the trlangulatkm .

the Suwannee River and approximately six miles out from Lake Santa Fa the Southeastern and received many plaudits for the outstanding principle, they are able to determine the deer's

Shired Island. It may take as much as two years to complete. Mrs. Bobby Shipman of SHIPMAN'S FISH CAMP, Earle- conference, which was labeled ont of the best ever location: and whether or not it has moved appreciably since

of the Gainesville financial and-or moral supporters ton, sends the following speckled perch catches: From held. I Secretary-Treasurer of the organization is James W. the last check. .
Include Cecil Durant, John Ellett, Paul Good, Perry Me- Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Lyn Row 21, James and Lucy Webb, Director of South Carolina Wildlife Resources Department The study has already shown that deer have a very limited

Dr. George Singleton, Van Murphy, Dr. Connor 24, "Chuck" Rlggalt 27; from Starke, Reverend and 1Minor "home range." Those monitored so far have traveled an average
Griff Byrd,
Josh,Davis, Sid Menge, and Cecil Talbot Others In Gainesville Mrs. G. F. Prevatt 25, Bin Tllley and R. M. Caddell 24; Clark, Frankfort, Wildlife Commissioner of Kentucky: of about one mile during a normal course of feeding and

have financially or otherwise Indicated their Interest and.upporL from Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall and guests Mr. was named vice-president of the Southeastern Associationto resting.
and Mrs., Leo Wells of Valdosta, Georgia 103 in 2 days; fill a vacancy. New officers will be named at tha .Atlanta One of the Immediate objectives of this wildlife research

Are Welcome from Keystone Heights Frank Jones 29 speckled perch. Mr. meeting In the spring. project Is to learn more about when, where, why, and how

Donations at the meeting, donations and Mrs. Tony Magro Gainesville picked up 10 bass to ,4V4 Before the conference ended, the Fisheries Society and tilt much deer move around so that census techniques can be
not requested
Although money was tires, concrete pounds on live shiners. Wildlife Society beld business sessions and named officers for perfected and Florida's. deer herd can be managed more ef.
bodies stoves refrigerators, "
of money, car Orange Lake the new fectively.
wire, drivers and trucks, barge towing, and volunteer Dennis of PARRAMORE'S FISH CAMP The studies In 'wildlife
materials has been setup owner L Carter, Department of Fish and Wildlife DM- telemetry are being conducted on
labor are most welcome. A depot Peacock's for block and Sells Edwards caught SI speckled perch in 2tt hours. They don of Kentucky, was named president of the Fisheries So Eglin Air Force Base in western Florida. .The large deer

at Horseshoe on George property at trolled with live minnows using a small motor near Red Bird ciety. Alex: Montgomery, Atlanta, U. S. Bureau of Sports population on Eglln Is under close observation; test animalsare
of the Dixie County launching ramp
be made contacting Cecil James Island. Fisheries and Wildlife la vice-president, and James Davis, plentiful, and valuable technical assistance la readily
of by
Donations money may St Joha's River available from the air force electronics
Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission was named sec personnel.
contributed has been used
at Cross City. Money thus C. E. Freeman and C. K. Echols of Atlanta and'E.. M. retary-treasurer A complete story on Florida's "hl-fled" whitetails win appear -
chiefly for engineering Haven For survey Many and Kinds permit Of Fish Echols of Rome, Georgia, caught (1 blueglll bream In 3tt H. E. '(Gen.) Wallace, Tallahassee,(chief, game management : in the November issue of Florida Wildlife Magazine,

This artificial reef la expected to attract Redflsh, Cobla, hours. They. fished from ALEXANDER'S CAMP at Welaka. division, Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission available on news stands or by subscription from the Game
was reelected as head of the Southeastern Wildlife and Fresh Water Fish Commission at Tallahassee.New .
Sheephead, Grouper, Rock Bass, Trout, Mackerel and Kingfish i ;; '
Tarpon may be lurking In the vicinity, too, due to the ""\ ir1., };J Society., Dr. Burd S. McGinnes, Blackburg, Virginia, of VPI Shooting Preserve Directory
prevalence of bait fish. Wherever artificial reefs have been was elected as vice-president and Dr. Walter Rosene; Fish Fresh from the printers is the "1M443 National Shooting

I tried, highly successful fishing results have inevitably fol ( and Wildlife Service of Alabama, was elected as secretary. Preserve Directory" which lists the names, addresses, telephone .

lowed. For resorts, fishing camps, and similar businessesthe ",c treasurer. numbers, facilities and other vital statistics about
economy has been considerably enhanced. Paul Mains, Outstanding Conservation officers of 12 states and the U.S. shooting preserves now in operation In 4S suites.

I the 01. Klngflsh" of the Jacksonville Times-Union says Fish and Wildlife Service were named at a meeting of law Shooting preserves are popular with city hunters because

Montgomery Reef has been so successful, Jacksonville fishermen enforcement personnel and presented at the annual banquetin they offer many conveniences such: as open land, a variety

have been fishing at horn rather than going elsewhere. the Jack Tar Harrison West Room. One award was presented I of cover, dogs, guides, field transportation in some, and clay-

Saturday, October II, Work Party poI -bumously to Charles Rider of Maryland, who was target shooting. Game birds are stocked on shooting preserves

For those Interested, the call Is out to meet at I:00 A.M. A killed recently in an auto accident while 'on duty. for shooting seasons of five months or more, and some also

Saturday, October II, at the Carriage Inn at Cross City. l.f jF1r_ Other award winners were: Alabama E. K. Elfcdge; Arkansas have become year-round outdoor recreation centers and

Those with trucks, driving skill, materials, or just ordinary 1eli Charles E. Coffelt; Florida, Carlos L. Reynolds; Georgia offer fishing, swimming, rifle and pistol ranges, picnic grounds,
enthusiasm and labor are Invited to participate regardlessof S. L. Letson; Kentucky, David O. Jenkins; Mississippi, and varmlt shooting, the Wildlife Management Institute reports

place of residence. This Is a splendid opportunity, not Bruce Vincent; North Carolina, Reuben M. Cmmpton; Oklahoma Copies may be obtained without charge from the National

only to help, but to learn where these materials are being C. L. Crow; South Carolina, Charles I* McNelll; Tennessee Shooting Sports Foundation 1075 Post Road, Riverside,

""dropped"! Remember the time and place you'll be busy ii'dA ., Thomas Pydrum; and Virginia, J. W. Crickenburg-, I Connecticut "' .

but you'll enjoy the day with workers dedicated to the Improvement er.. NSSF also will send without charge copieS' of the "10
of fishing. > b Paul Cole of the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service who Is I Commandments of Shooting Safety" now in its M millionth

FISHING RESULTS stationed In Florida was named recipient of the award for copy. The little orange and green leaflet covers the fundamentals

i Horseshoe Beach his division. of responsible firearms ownership whether the sportsman

One of the highlights of the annual banquet was the presentation is hunting, shooting at a range, or simply storing his
Mrs. H. A. excellent
reports' of the first annual Watson award to Dr. C. W. Watsonof arms and ammunition. Reprinted widely In magazines, newspapers
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pattillo !
catches, such aa .olan- Atlanta, Federal Air Coordinator for Plttman-Robertson and other media, the "10 Commandments" have seen
villa, Georgia, M trout in three days, Ike Hersey and Mr.Gunnell ."
Federal Funds.Dr. print at least a billion times, NSSF estimates, making It the
50 redflsb and trout Elmer Allen .
Waycrou, Georgia, Watson will retire soon, after SO, years at the post, nost-ustd piece of literature !In the history of hunting and
and Ronald Palatka 21 trout and I bluefish
Doddy ,
I and was signally honored by the Southeastern Association for shooting America.
and Mr. .and Mrs. Ellis Greene, II trout in an afternoon of It la difficult "
his outstanding work and cooperation with state agencies. to say how effective }the 10 Commandments".
fishing. Ha was presented a plaque which carried an outline of his have been, but one measure might be a five year itudy by
Among those fishing enthusiasts who have established vacsflan head and face. Travelers Insurance Company on the causes of accidents in

homes at Horseshoe are Ellis Greene and Wm. Ban IFIt4c The Watson award will be presented annually to a person sport and recreation for which claims were paid. Hunting and '
nam Mr. Greene la a retired principal of Cross City and who does of shooting were sixteenth
an outstanding job conservation la any of several : : behind football baseball, basket
Mr. Bannam la with. the Dixie County Bank.ClIften's fields Including law enforcement, administration, fish and ban, golf, fishing, and others '
I game, Information and education and education outside of the
Purcell of Jacksonville has bad luck with
George good
Southeastern Association. A revolving fund, now at $MO
large reds at CLIFTON'S COVE MARINA, Ozello.; Louis x, I .
will be available on a loan basis to educators and students. SPECIAL DISCOUNTS
Revels and brother-in-law of Gainesville accounted: for a nice'.trln
r 0. Earle-Jrye; Jr ; Tallahassee, assistant director of Flor.
of redflsVplus wna large trout (Staff Pholt by Toi-my Itwli Id's Game :Commission, was master of ceremonies at the ON 1 1964
Red Bass? banquet which attracted nearly 530 people. Several hundred
George owner CAMP
gifts of fishing and hunting equipment outboard motors, citrus
relates the catch: of a Georgia fisherman in this fashion, Ray (Red) Baaa displays a airing of shiners and Juice, hunting and fishing books, hardware, lighting equipment THE NEW 1965 MERCS

"The fellow came back twice for shrimp, The tint time be on* bream h* caught last wk In the Fishing Rodeo. styrofoam coolers and jewelry were presented. Arriving' Doily

said they were 'doing fair'. The second Urn ha said they ,The 11-year-old eon of Mr. and Mra. Bennett Bass Members of the board of commissioners of the Florida

were 'doing pretty good. When they came In I counted M won the prize for the moat flab with his string of 13. Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission acted as hosts to
redfish aa they pulled them off their stringers! the conference. M ooresIASY
Homosassa They were Ed Madill. Dada City, chairman; Jimmy
W. T. McBroom, Miami, vice-chairman; Ronald Wise, De-
Guides 40 H redfish boat when
an getting to per weather
Funiak Springs; Marcus MUam, Gainesville; and K. K. Kennedy PHONE
permits. Cool weather has brought both trout and red- 964 s tu. sot .r nx too
Ocala. Their ladles, along with Mrs. Aldrich, served as
fish closer In according to Duncan MacRae MACRAE'S 'T.hWA' f Ml isl t1U11 '
BAIT DOCK. v. y convention hostesses. CREDIT Starke, Fla.:.
Florida's "Outdoorsman of the Year"The a
I': Crystal River Solunar Tables Fall Convention of the TERMS
agt Florida Outdoor Writers Asso.
Elmer of KNOX'S BAIT :13
Johnny HOUSE say larger red- I
elation at Silver Springs this past weekend had a very special
fish are being caught in Salt River. H* and his wife, Joyce ,' "!!I addition to its regular program of activities. It consisted of .
I' .,. _
in and 'I"' .. :
brought '
l-pounder ,
s an an >pounder. are get- ..1:' \1 ..:.,..;.:;;' planning to select the Florida Outdoorsman of the Year."

Ttw NM.ul.! N't.hl..r This great honor could b* won by a parson In most any walk I
,MIN blew .M bb III'r.:1' of life He could easily be a mechanic, truck driver, bank I II
C"";, Ayl S.I w''111 N In aMIMa. fM4IM president storekeeper, farmer business tycoon, a newsboy or The '65 Model MERCURY Motors An Coding

... -1 ,, most anyone.
With OH Chang. N It ...: !Sot.artn.. 4MR MyIt I lnIGEST I .. 'IJ ishi P The committee chosen by FOWA to cover this phase of its In -
ti program la made up of three members of the FOWA and NOW

USING ALL /,e:'::,T.::.-loam n a-aM'? It!MmN"l. bud STARTAFIRE"' three guest members of the committee. They are Robert IS THI TIME TO SAVEON

GOOD GULF i, '"' M kwr tM. ,t MM FLINT AND STEEL Feagln vice-president of the Florida Publishing Co., John A BRAND NEW
LM Man
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LUBRICANTS and OIL ,aurH1.I1. PINT e o Kindred, president of the Florida Izaak Walton League 1964 MERCURY MOTOR

-UM *..(.... |,....., HIM.MM. IaOCORr K Council as guest members, and Mil: Huhn of Miami BID
M. M.
MtL Abbott of Tampa, and Paul Mains of Jacksonville: u FOWA
MM.' MHt
Fast Service' CemiMfclolDiscount :. I=., :It >ill I,M >iNVT44V t members on the committee. This formulated
group plans at 30%
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Cars: Picked Up I To Fleet :1u._ I:. liM S,It t.N // Silver Springs to choose the winner of the high honor, R
Md Delivered Owners != 4na lit INN fie 4iM IM: W MM:41 h. to be announced at the June, IMS, meeting
4,II tliM I II SIN Deer Research Radio
= By
To properly manage .wildlife, the wildlife biologist must
Gator Tire Service Inc. 91" > ""DIll have much Information LAST- LAST LONG
.. -.J as as possible about the wild animals .
1, ... Tull' '; f and birds they seek to manage. The latest step In the studyof :
Bill Sounds, Owner Florida's deer UP TO !' MONTHS-NO DOWN PAYMSNTFRANK'S
TM ACM BP.. O1 A CLOtlOMCMTMNwa population being taken by biologists of th*
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Lear If :11 .m SM La' ..... W.IKT' 0 It WILL MUM _KK.). small radio transmitters attached to live wild deer, Florida MERCURY OUTWARD SALES 6' SERVICE
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s. ...... ..a .:(. .... COTTON' -nmaAeC MLB MOUeiMWIMvMa
making progress In the quest for more knowledge about
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\I Canaan At $15.95. '. . . .'

open Wednesday, November 4th, at 60 LONG REACHCamoare $750,

r 601' South Main Street (formerly' laird's At 12.50 : : . .'\ '

j Marine) as an independent dealer (Sales. > 65 LONG foH. $840

I Service) for Johnson Outboard Motors and Compare At $ . . "

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TMagnitude I J 1.h., Assassination ... a .- :'.
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:: '" Baffled Dallas Police '. .I., .. It1rs if; llfir: pit M '
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(This b UK fourth .( a series jammed that policemen and I tempt to clear the newsmenoff ;..
I.I *f articles by Jack WU- newsmen had to push and shove the third floor. That would "" I
... ualysigg the Warn ., f If I : 1111. : !' t 11I! !
\ if they wanted to get through have violated standing policy .z: II !! J aa
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i CaouBlmin findings die stepping over cables, wires and It would also, the officials be- i S
l ,F death *f President Job F.Kennedy. tripods. The crowd in the hall lieved, have raised the question JII 'hf.t 0ijii
: ) way was so dense that DIstrict of police brutality It reporters s\ '" ..
I I, 'By JACK WILSON Attorney Henry Wade foundIt hadn been allowed to ; in lu : :n ;; J !
'strain to get the door open'to see Oswald. L' iwaii 1
: WASHINGTON, D.C. Lee get into the homicide office." There was even a press conference _ltf:4 Itl; f i =

I :; In Harvey the basement Oswald wn of the murdered Dallas made For reasons clear, Captain that never Fritz were In- lineup room In a In the densely basement packed of Ifj : 1+1.E 1-( : //iU! I i
Jail two days after he was ar dated on questioning Oswald InFritz' the Jail late that night Oswald i iIrfi! ,
rested. The shooting was simply little office, Instead oC (CeiUamd Page 1 lit } / ,

almost the final unbelievable touch to two confusion.The days of.. !floor.talking Each to him time on Oswald some other was If: : r J Jr ( 11r1!
resulted confusion from, and the the attemptby shooting he brought was in several for questioning times a day, as FATOVERWEIGHT r ,' i I Ij 1 j !

the Dallas police and district & g ..
he tad to be shoved
attorney of President toJreat the Kennedy assassination as the crowd, with reporters hollering A..1IeWe yM .!*... a d'e- Ir r i : !iIIE1" I liJi I ft I
though It were Just an ordinary questions at him. ar'. NIC......., es dwe. ./eHedDDRINIX. Pf'l- :!1' j i
murder. It wasn't until During the repeated Interrogations .TM...,mHt..... I.. qlr I fUr 3
the situation II'
let 51 rnr N Mmt J
there were Secret Service _. .... .. .........
In the jail got completely .1. 'eseeesw ii-
out fact of hand that that they they were acceptedthe dealing room men, but and FrIll FBI did agents most in of the the 'salt.lakiy,, -N.-... .51......tMlMllIt..... 51esbiss I! Jrb! }Ir.! I r

with a crime of an entirely new questioning. Inside the room fkowta sad* (mi..ult OOalNUta. ;,:: till 3 :

order By the of magnitude.time they realized It, conditions as outside.were"I nearly don't as believe chaotic yes,MM..,.-ODRINIX.... MIN eee VM the MIR...salve .- Ii! : WI.I [ Ilbrllj
'Hk law si de.'e
Jack Ruby had fired shot there was any time when I Tee 1:. v IJ
one hove MM K. pll.sshe Eliot I i 7
from; a Jtcallber pistol into went through a very long pe- ... OlIMU daps..s yse, ..
riod without having to stop to eaee .... MMIXMMi d.sir. .. n n ? 'j J jW
\ Oswald' In
belly full view
of a .... '
door, I fwd. Y- wsl wsse !
the or step outside to 5it ,
nationwide television audienceand .....
see hoses' w yes' ewe : 'rf'lr i !fhrt
get a report from some pair .... 11 IE1
a crowd of reporters and deals will .n ye. y.s see flU ,. SFBP yf r Ilk'
photographers. Oswald died of officers or to give them add! .... fill ..... .. .. :l! "(r1.r I ,
a .. ... ..oseld .
tional assignments" TrIll said. let sawetebd N rtJS s,41 1 I = CI ,
little leu than two hours later. .
Dallas police had written instructions SaId .Police Chief Jesse E. ,1.0., tf.d M II M tot Ifr : JrJ- '! : r
Curry: "We were violating every sees. 1M ....... ri"f1si Iil'j;
as a matter of
routine !!

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policy, to give active assistance I principle. It of was good Just Interrelation against ..*..yew.., ........Me ..*..lit....yew. ...tad..... t 1 rjl r r I 1 }I .
to the press whenever I OOaiNIX to MM wM Ml* ...,
this did not Interfere ill principle of good Interrogation ..tM kvlVMM
with investigating
: practice." 1m III.llIliI ,
a crime. They allowed 5.'e IHrt III
I that policy after Oswald's Nevertheless,there was no at ........, wl Or M MMAe Hii frlrJf' I mill'
arrest, and It probably cost Os i JI }

floor weld He of his was the life.brought Jail, where to the homicide third ilu f'g. [fit QS I If" tt 1111; "II'1 r'iIrs' t f -Jl fitlli,! !l' I. !

Capt. J. Will Fritz had his office II i
about 2:30: p.m. Nov. 22, 1Eh II
the approximately President had two been hours shot.after iliU'UiffjjHr( : Iri : III t il! if[ i 7 '!ili ilih J

Oswald was charged first lid.. l' ..
with the slaying of Dallas Patrolman I eHIddr 1 Jjjtf l1ffJIiis5
J. D. TIppit, who was I.I r : iU Ilt :: 5i!IG! i
shot soon after the attack on I i lilf; f
the President It was not until !
: l+ilfif pterr
late that evening that he was a = i I
formally Mr. Kennedy.charged with murdering .1'1.' B a sI If : "I 111 ; ('

t Normally half a dozen newspaper ; !

} beat reporters from covered a little the pressroom .police C.a44 't'-'wrtB I t : Ir Ilir Ilbr.U IIfi i .-

tin;the third floor, at the i
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rider that ran to the Homicide "4Yp'S J ire rtt,I'' I
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Was brought In the corridor began + ts i =- i'

bouts to after fill technicians..with and reporters assassination Within and, television photographers 24 i!In JU![!|! r i! r 6: 1L I IDIie If! : j-: nitlhiitl:l1./If/ ;' !yii. .i''

more than 200 representatives ? JI

Of yerged the various.oa Dallas news from media an over con .'. !I: .ii II! : IIII-!;t !
the country.: I __

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Gainesville Sun Thunder October 29, 1964 sETnvsli+Ed.' fAcN ft'EAR'nII
M'tRuM PATCH "6raATPrrBdfWtaN1itE MV"

,, DEAR ABBY tic 1HEMtr5,4c8 TSINGI ? s.

y w..". ,.. ........, r.r a t..- -- \

The Last Word tnl ,..Iy, write to A.". Ma UU I Na I- \1 .7w r

l.nrlr Hills, OUf., ,90212 MriwloM.

IIC'''' ..If-"', ud Nui.d I".

r Abigail Van, Buren Ally a.,." .ll Bull !


ABBY Although I read your column regularly cause I was too busy raising THEM. ? I WILL!! y PpEE / DRIVE, I S S ITS NUTS,
I missed your letter criticizing the clergyman for asking 1KRJ W LLz !/ RAILROAD LOAMEO :TI IE 1ouGH.LlCHEAf"

II{ :' the prospective bride If she were pregnant or not However DEAR ABBY: I am at my wits' end trying to decide how US THAT THE JOINED GOLD THE SPIKE TWQ RINGOS) j!- '-

: If the letters which appeared from some clergymen today to handle this problem.. I have a cousin who is SO, unmarried xi LINES:' IEALT '
l,i w? are representative of the Protestant clergy I am ashamed and employed by,a well-known religious organization.She ,
\ -",,"* to be numbered among them. Any clergyman who performs lives in a large city and comes to visit me every '.I- ,
658 marriages !In one year unless he has a congregation few months for a week- nd. She was always quite care iw /1 /

of BON or more members is not I clergyman but an operator less about her person but each time she visits me she'i Q
of marriage mill and can 'expect the abnormalcy worse. She has been here during the hottest spells without r

he reports. I am aware, of course, that some brides who taking a bath once! I have hinted that we have plenty 01 4' rr0MR.TRACY .
M J are NOT pregnant] is so far in the majority that a clergy hot water, but I got nowhere. When she leaves, the room
'.*' man can assume that she is not Neither I, nor any pastor she occupied smells to Ugh heaven. It nearly kills me to
1 of my acquaintance, has ever felt the necessity to ask a have such a sloppy dirty creature to my home. And I
bride routinely If she is pregnant. Should I be the only one know it Isn't fair to>> my family. She has always been one -

to uphold your right to criticize the clergyman for having of my favorite relatives, but I can't take any more of this. YO'RE UH-WOULDVE WHAT'A -

,, asked that question please let me know. so I can updatemy What can I do without hurting her feelings? THANKV FER MIGHTY TO MORE GORY AUN'TLLOWEEZY

conscience.. Sincerely yours, j COUNTRY COUSIN GTAVIN'AFTER WELCOME, t I WUZN7 KEPT IN '
REVEREND D. DEAR COUSIN: Forget her feelings and think of her ... C SCHOOLAN'WASHIN' MA'AM 160 HOME? NOTE Ti FER MEANNESS _;

"."" DEAR REVEREND D.t Ne need to update your cescience. ton. One of these days shell lose her Job unless someone BLACKBOARD

It Is U modern as tomorrow. Because so 'maiy I tells her how "offensive her carelessness Is. If you truly FER ME, i

: more people :wrote at first to say. "Shame on you," than like her, for HER sake tell.. her.. Vl JUSHAIDS3 rs.

-. "Good for yea," I pulled la my claws. But la the final I '
DEAR : Please help me my
readers with
tabulate, more agreed yea. I
( companies\ that provide their customers with a return en-
envelope marked "PLACE STAMP HERE" printed In the
DEAR ABBY I wonder how many women are not on upper right-hand corner. This has bugged me for years. I

speaking terms with their daughters and daughters-in-law have known where to place. a stamp on an envelope since I
because they bad the nerve to say NO as I did when asked was in second grade. -

to baby-sit with my grandchildren? This generation of grandchildren BUGGEDDEAR

if wild and uncontrollable and It Is an exhaustIng T *

job to' run after them. Well, I'm too old for that sort BUGGED Ii doesn't take much to bag yen. COI AEep'yr? WE TIALL TAKE EVERYYES,SOME ENLARCEMENrSCOWCEIVABLE
of nonsense and I said so. I children'saffection "PLACE STAMP BERK" Is inly to remind. people that (a i.i'm IK t CAMERAS.b PICTUiE MOn NELP US READ MORE
j I .I by looking after THEIR childrenwhile they do stamp If necessary. Dot't took a gift envelope. in the upper. u.oocTtxrr RIGNT TNROUGNma ICE. OF THAT NEWOROPERIN

}; j I all the things I would like to have done but couldn't be- right-hand comer.and simmer.1 .... ,. i NQt HANDS,

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Education fI- 0 war (ABC, CBS) Jacksonville thau01 1O 1t1K WITH, BEUEVC THAT ALLAN
.. U of JF, GainesvilleThorsday C WFGA-TV (ABC, NBC) Jackeon' ife" f a GETTING THAT NEXT
\ :-.. Evening ship customs in 'Italy,, try," by Ivan''i'Usjeney. 7:. laager Hal .d ABOUT THINGS A LOT...MOSTLY OP OTHER HOW

$ WoUs.. Japan India and Can The peaceful routine of TN Local News, I HE HATES HIMSELF
N .
: IN 0 .. ..' FOR WHAT Ht ISA
0 HOW Douglas ada. ((10 mIlL) a rural family is disrupted Captain I ,
:'; 1:210 Greatest Headlines FRIDAY when a shy young /:. Divorce Cent Vr
,. I:. 0 Nawseopo Morning and Afternoon man from Moscow comes Bachelor Father '4r'ii i
0 World Civilisation .:. O,11m..... Almanac to be the household tutor 0 (Color) Romper lies

:::'I, '1:110 News,Weather, '111 B Scope Margaret Leighton Laurence .:. Jack Benny
Spaeb a Humanities C41 Harvey Zena .Walker. Jack La Lease I
(II min.)
.liH0 News,Sports, '111 Living Words 11:. Make... for '
Weather liM0 World Clvlllsatloa :
j 0 Gospel Mask (Color) "Mind Your o,:, I aL1PDO 'rV DO I You GAN
..... AImIDaot
;: ... Ole of .. News / +laam Asas =
Own Business. TMsTOww
t ':'' ':11 0 News Highlights Mill .....'Study ID Caiaeraa Pleas. PIp TOHHELi AYRm ,N-r1 la
,: lM09News 0 (Color) HI, Neighbor. George's clients DeedsHasel't 11:. 0 0 (CMsr- ', + VP NtFIE! WirSNtR ,
...... advice on a new
,I ada. (N min.)
I What's This Song?
kitchen product, but Nasal -
I.N O Bewitched
0 I Junior CollegeBpaaW Samantha decides "to' baa previously agreedto I Less Lucy
; 11:110 0 News .
stop interfering In
.' 7:110 Rifleman lend a magical helping 11:. 0 0 Ceacentratloa
,I George's business 7
;, .< "Seven." On their, wsj;, hand to 10-year-old Marshall O Political Talk- O Andy Griffith s
Burns who's
:' to the fallows, sevei: anxious RepobUcu 11:* 0 O (Color) Jeopardy -
prisoners break a w a], to make a good Sen. Barry M. Gold- 0 McCoys
:I from their guard-am. showing In the small fry water Republican I Presidential U:. o Love of Life < I
: R take over North Fork baseball tryouts. Guest candidate la the 00 (Color) Say Whea: ?
Cast Includes June Lock. .
: O Movie speaker. 12:21 0 News ,
I ::.i (Color) "The Little Hut' hart Jimmy Mathers, DID O Search for Tomorro,
; Byron Keith and Joel Da .! (Color) Troth
:!| A girt !Is stranded 01 vidson.: "Baileys of "Balboa"preempted. 11 urtiseeecon Irt ATWO-MILtHIM I RUN ON.

It. desert Island with her 0:71 Dr. Udare U:. GtddIII Light 1 our TO MM ruo,RUTHI! DARLING;..
': neglectful husband amI' "The Sqpnd or. Faraway O Political TaI UU. 0 Hews DffMVITHaNMHIJMOUNSfATHcyiEUW IF rM GOING ULTf* AND DON'T
an ardent suitor. AVI 11111." Baseballstar Demeersde'IIsN E2 A CMlL I1M *IM 01 Dll.HAl.WNTill LA T GLT STARTED! wu 1tF ii jgt

.: Gardner Stewart Buddy Bishop 0 O Perry Come; IN .. KIWi Midday S W YOU JUT 60 10THATTEAl-SUP CM H E TlWW rty tar

till IN TIME
Granger David Nlven, though hospitalised with Variety Ill (Color) T. V. Binge O WAT WE CAN na HAVE e. itouRSN l'w tATL WNWsou ilo/AE, '
m -
Walter C III If L (Twi a serious heart ailment, (Special) Guests include I:. As the World Tans. LhTTLEARTY, JIM! HONEYtr WL1.L AK KL
:i *,: hours) is sun full of life. And Anne Bancroft Victor BSdeaee IEORL INMAYIL -'. ..I1w104W100
::i 0 What's New- he's having trouble understanding Barge and S ante)" Hoi- 0 Let's Make A Deal !

;' Children the attitude loway. 1:110 News '

Topics eating habits ol of a young cystic-flbrosls O Defenders I:. Pelltiral Talk-R
snakes: apace satellites;; victim who Is resign Mercedes: McCambrldge 0 0 LorettaYeoag1:310BMSO
folk mnale of Israel ed to death. and Patrick O'Neal. in Party i ti a aTNiN
O Of People and "The Man Who." 00 Doctors ',

Dac.mVoyage'"liie Politics lltM 00 News, Weather LSI 0 Political TaI < ,
StIs 'Falling.' ''Le.. Than the Presi Sports R _

) The Seavlew Is sent tc I dency." To study the tactics O (Osier) News, I:. 00 Another World ma vauraee OFRR.DZ W. INDsso11uu MIi&RA.Li ipso MAJKTY 1DIt DAR! tai -
destroy a spaceship thai,I and style of a Congressional 0 To Ted Tie Trail FARM xsOL-We tIb MARCH ON NsSD NOTRAINMANNAY MRERI NAY CAN MU. NecAiA- MIND ME THAT
Weather, Sports. COMRAD5,I aNsw -tamsai A MOSS ,, ise DKTmY A leu NDT o.vs Ma THAT-AH-THI We RicavonN
has sunk In the Pacific: campaign camera 11:21 O Movie I:. (Color) Yea Dea't a, ITWA* AAVfTAKRTO oLAMDROYu D5YIC5I AT Oaa. MY PAmasyPRINCis Rata FROM mi AKMNOf MSNT I AKM FROM
focus on the Minnesota Say O nee( ARMS TO, $ DISwWTiTHAJA W FAIN OF TNN STA. wrni ma Y.S. rtUM IN4TSAC
Ocean.7M0 .
race between "Honky Tonk. (1941) A THKS NILUMCNMFOU I f14ACa OWRo! N YAUND; WAS NCVC OP moos fRAN
O Edge NightPepeye'
: Daniel Beeae"The con man gets elected boss INPOCTflHATlfO CONSU IM TSVS7THS II.*.!'WHCNNOTMTm
'* Democratic representative .Pall THSM.. r I riiLKTttRS
Cbooain Dan ,
of a western town wherea
Donald M. Fraser
LSI O Political. left-Rep. wsL eMSYgilNDT
\ t lei Intends their trip ink I gold strike has taken
and his
Republican opponent t:. 0 Match Game
I \ the wilderness to be i I place. Clark Gable Lama .
John W. Johnson.tM 0 Secret Storm
pleasant for Jem Turner. (One hour '
(l Jaunt Password Peter Firms
B 0
ima but him3 41 mm.) e.
Gorme' and 4:110 News
self with an axe and!I Singer Xydlo lli. (Color) JeaaayCanen NIaaI TdI-D H' i
his daughter Is actor Tony Randall an (
.:. Leave It to Beam
by s band of Indians tonight's word wteards; lift 0 tan and BOM' 0BeetefGroacho"Hiawatha.

\\ = Feature Month In the. Coos. TrIO TIdal Movie
I i A comparison of court "A 0 Local News, Weather ."

MtnD NT71OU1 t#!Oat NOT IeS1aNLA V
=: By HELOISE CRUSE t. P >10 s'utm1jr MeesNs 14N100 tanoactpwlrr ffWNMHraX w JVw Tu At>is ifmiCOUAX. >

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I Hints From Heloise '

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.Dear Helobai I The paper towel will absort want and Just reach In 'and And afssr aB, Maoy Jai

' ': Put an old sock on a bottle oi the excess grease as the con get It! I goes eat to play anywa

-' .furniture polish or wax so that,hits the top. of .the pan. This same Idea works,for I...." ..? .
i -
I when the bottle Is set down on seam bindings, bias tapes,' and Remove the garment fret
I anything. It wont leave a mark Dear Heloise; rick rack. I' eIi uA6 ill! r'OLICn.' rN/Af' I sorr oiv'WB eTAr I' :...,
scratch.' waeassf machine after I II Ie9ITMN ti Ms.c uM! .MT isa >aw .aae tsar: NNFSeIr Man: we JUSTM I '
or ; I found I toe
was wasting Mrs. Addle Phillips baa been span 07.. (It keep ..wMIs..wMaaa'S Ivey R, slow ar a/a Hoorrnll. tQ /snitter" eoGU / Z Flly oar.' J
The sock: also catches any,much time searching for just Dear Heloise: them treat weighing Ill na RNl/fr OMlR: .
polish that might run down the, the right shade of thread whet eo am .r
-. aides of the bottle and prevents I kept scads of spools in ow Since ironing has been one of'wheat yea Mo sham to IkelsthesfM. '

'the bottle from slipping out of drawer in no kind of order.I my hardest chores I would .) Then have a bed

I --? :your hands.Pauline: finally solved my problemby like to share. a hint I have- recently of hot wear ataaasag askss \r

.. Struble making good use of a roll oi domed '" cNaasliaa and after ye
OJ clear plastic sandwich bags! I do not tree cI: Jdree-s"play I".. tie garsaeat ea a ...... ,

f I sorted the thread by color clothes I simply or aea raaty haafer, dip IIIIke row
Dear Helolst: bring sayfrom the has and hot ..... Tale will owe.)I C YS
putting all the blues hi one bag
Per fnaadett: popcorn tot- the reds and various shades oi put them on hangers. For better the eettsa Men! Bang the gin
"I .s'low the diroctlona on the package pink In another etc. I results! one may: acfcaOy rant N year lee eat M Ile I
or can, hut {. place a pa- Now it is a simple and timesaving put the wet clothes on the) to* Wises blew M; It la eve I I 1 = '

per towel over the top of the act to reach for the bag I on hangers while they are dryIng. men tsMsaa Meet wiMIe ,,,. .-I

pan BEFORE 1tII put on .the containing the right color look remve ......... .

.-. .... through it, spot the spool I A. R. R. ..... e .


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nlen.ey, uctober 29, 1964 Caln.irille' SunASTRONAUTS Liss
Gemini-Titan Safest Booster


Yet Says Astronaut Grissom

. ,
... 1 '

rF BALTIMORE: (AP) Astro- an altitude of 116 miles and a I Also on hand for the GTS rollout '

mat Virgil I. Grissom says the range of 254 miles July 21, 1961,,, Inspection were Navy Cmdr. E.O.M I II.I II.:
Titan rocket scheduled to as the second U.S. astronaut to I Walter M. Schirra. 41, and Air I '
launch him and his partner on a make a ballistic flight. Force Maj.] Thomas P. Stafford,I
three-orbit flight around the S4, the backup team. I
Later. Atlas rockets launched
earth about nest February Is
the safest space-booster yet three Mercury astronauts into .......".. FIRST COME FIRST SERVID
: produced. separate orbital flights. .f': h'C 1 ONLY
( w.Ir R.,. 333.00
Grissom told reporters Grissom 38, an Air Force Home Entertainment Unit Sal 25000I
Wednesday that he Is far more major, and Navy Lt. Cmdr. ,I I
confident of the GTS vehicle John W. Young, 34, are scheduled '.. ..."... ., 1 ONLY PORTABLE STEREO '
called because It Is the third to be the first U.S. twomanTeam ... ...' I 49.99 4000
so .. ...... Reg. . . . Sole
Gemini-Titan rocket to be built : to attempt orbital flight i
\ -than he ever was of Its prede 1 ONLY RIDING MOWER '

cessors. R.,. 159.99 . . .'. .. Sole 125
Looking over the GTS at the RENTATVFR
Martin Co.. plant before I ceremony 1300
at which the rocket was 26"Pullmon Reg. 19.99 Sol
'I '1 IdLl IO' ""
) formally force and transferred the space to agency the Air .I 2-0433 I 13 QTS. ONLY GRANT'S SEMI.GLOSS

Grissom declared: ENAMEL Aur. Colors' 97 qt.

\ "I can safely say that this Rtg. 1.79 . Sol. ,
i, Titan la the cleanest booster
hat has gone through all the ROMANCE AND RACING 3 .Ni99.MAPLE TABLES 1700
JOHN W. YOUNG AND VIRGIL (GUS) GRISSOM tests cleaner than any flown ARE IN THEIR BLOOD! I Req. . Salt
I I 8tu4 beside the GeataMttaa m racket they win ride Into space ant yew. to date the Redstone the
: 13 ONLY 3-IN-ONI
Atlas or any previous Titan." A PICTURE 1'77
POLLS SHOW'' JOHNSON ''LEADS It was a Redstone rocket that FRAMES- R.,. 2.79 . Sal
: : boosted Grissom oa a Project ; 12 ONLY 20" BABY DOLL

Candidates' Mercury suborbital mission to /4 Rig. 1.97 . . . .. Sol. 1.77
I }- Illinois Is Prize I,

E /'
\i (EDITOR'S NOTE- llinols By CHARLES WHALEN have swung Into the state sever eav, //, rNr.rRrN..11.r. RIMEMIIR I DOLLAR
las bee a bellwether stale .lathe SPRINGFIELD, III (APf) al times, laying out what they ..R..I M,e1 IR.IMI HOLDS YOUR XMAS TOY
last 10 presidential elections. Illinois a bellwether state In the term the bread-and-butter Issues LAST NITS LAYAWAY UNTIL DICIMIIR 15th.
Hen fa a took at this. past 10 presidential elections, for" the "heartland of CNN SIleOTHLATIAStilORICHARD 4:30 SHOW T:00 11 ONLY 10" IAIY -

year's battle. for, Its' 26 electoral nat drawn concentrated attention America. have I SIDNIT DOLL- I... 7Jc ...... Sole 67RUBBER ,..
Although registrations i
from both President Johnson WIDMARK rOITIIR t
i votes.) and Sen.,Barry Goldwater. set a record high In Illinois THE LONG SHIPS DARREN'PAMEUTlFFIN p \
i state election officials predict,
f STARTS TOMORROW Straw polls indicate Johnson the turnout of voters will fall 2d Hit/ At *:20 [ 6 MccLURE IIOAN E SOMMERS GLOVES
has built a substantial lead in
GAINESVILLE below the 4,746,000 who voted MTIR SILLIRS 3/66
Dri_1. ThMtre the battle for Ita 21 electoral for president in 1960. DR. STRANCELOVi UNMOSAI. COLOR >tg. 3/1.00 . . .. Salt
votes. But this hasn't dauntedthe I
bustling doo"'to-door-actlvf.' The National Association for, fUN NOW TO e 9 ONLY 2PC. lATH MAT SITS
ty of Republican nominee Go1clater' the Advancement of Colored I ATTEND OUR BIO White Nylon -

... hard core of workers. People, which drive conducted estimates nearly a registration !i WITCHATHONFRIDAY "WONDERS Plus Special OP Feature MIAMI 1'1. 3.99 . . . ... Sol. 2.77
Both Johnson and Goldwater -
This would be Increase Dy+ i vttck
Chicago. an L =: .
Styles Color
of about -
100,000 over two :: 3.57I
t SUBURBIADRIVEIN I yean ago.Records. 3.99 .. Salt
I I going back to CalvinCoolldge'i I II
tOo THEATRE I victory In 1)21 show I I 1 A 1,99NOVELTY: TIIRS 1 1.57--
Rog. Sole)
I J STAin TONIGHT TiOO ,Illinois has been on the winning

side in time.presidential election, ? Leisure, Sotoen, Prints fr 'Plaint f\/\
I Cook County, with a little i I, Cotton REMNANTS .. Solo 2 ydi. w
(more than half the state's population .1 BARKCLOTH end SAILCLOTH
iMARNIEJlOTHEORErl In Chicago and the suburban 1.00
I areas, also has been an Drapery MATERIAL ...Solo! 2 yda.I .
accurate barometer.
Four John F. Kennedy I 1

SEAN CONNERY : carried years the ago state by a slimS : MATiRIAL on Bolt .. Sale. 2 y Ji. >VV

SMNe/el OWtE BAKER...,.41 ,851 votes. '' one heartbeat away from the Presidency If Lyndon I Shoots Cops HIDEAWAY GUN 677ge -

1 1 TIN.LaGAINISVILII / -24 fatvraTo Coattail In the riding result may of the play presidential apart -i Johnson Is elected In November is one of the most militant Reg: . . . ',' .... t Sole ,..

t and gubernatorial races, Leftists the American CAPS- .,
ever to appear on political scene. 5-
kill *<*% I One Democratic state csndi-' I R.,. Se box Sole 2 boxes

MockingbirdGREGORY date In predicting victories for; His name is Hubert Horatio Humphrey. He is the candidate "CHARGE. IT"
,Cov. Otto Kerner and the rest at
DRIV'Ni PECK ,the state ticket, says Johnson I II for Vice President on the Democratic ticket. NO DOWN PAYMENT Months To Pay
will be fully responsible If It
h ARTS TOMORROW I'lappens. I The cloud of a mortal heart seizure hangs hourly the 14 ONLY LADIES GIRDLES Z'Z7
Kerner Us I Reg. 3.99 . . .. Sole
In IMO won
head of Lyndon Johnson, who has suffered one closetofatalheart ,
by more than M.000 votes
.i six times better than rc'l attack, which he himself describes as "serious as any SUMMER PLISSE' PJ. 1.57
It most
"Bergmea margin. Rey. 1.99 . .. Sole
man could have and still live/
powerful: A sexual Kerner currently Is matched, II ONLY SUMMER SHIFT

fringe that blaze with in i a Republican down-bvthe-wire Charles content H.: Let us take a careful, serious look at Hubert Humphrey.The DRESSES Re,. 1.59 .. Solo 1.17

Percy who Is running well facts of ,Ms record are strange. HIS bland exterior cloaks 1 TABLE Children' SHORTS >

t new bulL.. Wonderful ahead votes. of Kerner Goldwater, on the la straw other' a man of flaming resolution. What his possible Presidency PEDAL PUSHERS I.,. 1.99-Sole 67e

minfilouj.thudltrlni band trails Johnson ta the bodes for the American people has frightening implications.THE 1 RACK DIAPER SETS ..ndCHILDREN'S

Htrformincis.Mww.Mt4Nr.fcri." straws. vehemently denies ADA. Almost two decades In 1947, Hubert Hum. DRESSES 1 37
Percy ago
wholehearted Values to 2.99 . . .. Sole .
charges he Is not phrey helped to organize, and has since been a prime moverIn
.lANU. WSXl lAY THAT THIS ONS 61 supporting Goldwater. I of the most powerful Leftist organizations In the na 19 ONLY ChileWs SHORTS
I INGMAA BlROMANBJIUIK he differs one 17
Values to 1.0Q . . .. Sale *
with Goldwater on some lharply// tion. This Is Americans for Democratic Action (the ADA ,

'"tAT" (it f.iffj j .he notably has civil given rights more, : whose members now hold about 50 of the top positions In our

speeches for the GOP standard federal government, and hundreds of lower-echelon positions, DRESS RIOT!
bearer. I III' the of the Johnson
and whose Left-wing dictates shape policies 61 ONLYSLEEVELESS

FESTIVAL of DINETTES administration.Five of the., long-time aims of the ADA, which coincide \2 for 3.00 DIISSV

i exactly with long-time aims of the (U.S Communist Party ore:

I 1) Total disarmament of the U.S.A., as part of a so-called dis- HUM Assortment SLEEVELESS

r STAauss-tree THE BEST DINETTE VALUE armed world; we disarm whether USSR does or not. ILEUSES Reoj. 1.99 . .. Sole. 1.27

2)) Extermination of all government safeguards against 97*
1.99 Sole
: OFFERED munist subversion. These include repeal of the Communist

);.- Control Act, Internal Security Act and the Smith Act: elimination EACH HATS Asst. Styles- 67

i $ of all loyalty oaths against Communism for government Ret. 1.00 Solo *_

?'* 39"Comport'el employees and recipients of taxpayers' money; no restrictionon 11 'ONLY LADIES SUMMER

passports for Communists; abolition of the Senate Internal HANDIAGS 2 27

, I" :: : f ; $49." Security Subcommittee. ond the House Committee on Un- 1..2.".'." . . .. Solo .

I" S American Activities. 9 ONLY LADIES SUMMER '1711
1 $3 DOWN HANDIACS R... 1.99 Sole.
3) Conciliation of Soviet Russia, on the basis that the Com
$1J5 o .. munists (whose prime, undeviating purpose/ to enslave the NECKLACES Ro..79e .. Sole 37*
world) hove "legitimate aspirations"

O ,......4..*.<* all Communist regimes Including Red // "'\
,_' ., 0 .........HH low"...>.. 4)) Friendship with TYPEWRITERly
- # .., r'w -. M.f.-4 s.-_... China and Castro's Cuba, with massive amounts of U..S. tax- .
. : ....esrPSuset. foreign-aid to Communist countries; .MARX
payers' money
T......L., ...,...
...... ... .... *.* t.t. -- ". 1.87
,, 1 CIIeIoI 5)) Federal control of education, medicine, and of almost ,

G every aspect of American society.GOLDWATER. -

I Ii s < JJPM GIBBS: FURNITURE MOUSlTIAPfMMl'.....4.44/>:/.). ..-At? .'. n.. Sole (3oS/

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October 2g, 1954 7 h
i Gelnesvllle Sun Thursday .. .. Nikita Presided I CLA5siriCAfioMyf;

leI Nm Toll TMM been "Justified (rounds" ,.rlDIruIbchev' "
i WARSAW Poland (Times .ouster. .jII .
KIWAN'b of London dtap teb-WUdvsUw I MMetap '
Gomulki called the Soviet
Heart. Polish Communist upon s M Tty.aa ts
I Gomulka, the .
In Your I' e b'rs A.8.4, Party leader who had recently Union and Communist China Lan a Pas :: ::.c ::::
aar o"Wpw.rWb.d '.1 .,.1 ..',4'. i
.. met the new Soviet to settle their differences. a Troll MnrrrNbe .. ...?yf
CLU leaden, disclosed today that The Polish leader thus left no e.N .... .. I
Nlklta Khrushchev had presided -' doubt that be is fully satisfied r pwun
at the Central Committee with the Soviet explanation of ear SMvt. CMM Cwt.... :
AdministrationIs meeting that voted him out of the background and the reasons t PI..N. T tat C* MTMnuTt ,::

\i The office. Comulka said ther had that led to Khrushchev's dlfr AUTOMOTIVE .- I

/, Ah AhYy ', M A.Nw....a.--
M Tmdv -, I
Now Pleading ... + a *Tracts WaiM. ..... .... ,
,; .. ....,.. ,/ .1 .M Tnc.n ft Tiwk IMttM >_.<.** ... ." j
In \, .A:$; & Tnlkr MnMi ;J" .
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"Let Us Continue! qty i N Mimes. a.... :.; 1
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'" a........ a a.... CIfI, w.. I
\ .erMse_ I
CONTINUE coddling .the Communists and catering' \ IT : ,_

to.Castro? ? ? ? i'' 4 Cycle) Automatic,Washer. w MM* .......". ,
.... .
national debt? ? ; MwIa I "
CONTINUE an Increasing I i y r 4 CYCLES 'as W -......MlIMPtOTMINT .

CONTINUE threats of withdrawal of Florida's missile, G Fully Automatic '__"._., ,
air, and naval bases? ? a II PMWH.... WMMMM d;
Lint Filter Tub,
r HM waver
CONTINUE shoddy promises of more and better federal Is Nap-Ma
projects In order to gain a few votes? ? .. Water Level Control 14 MM rw::: \
"' Os wan waver
CONTINUE the scandals of the Bobby Bakers, the / \ I We ereremperoture A 1d00 M wan WMM MM Peek i

Walter Jenkins, and the Billie Sol Estes? ? ARMS I LIVESTOCK .t

Is this the Great Society we are promised? ? Giant Sired Tub se Pam HutoMrtVMM :. I
Safety Lid Switch $119 st A arum.w .. j
Is this"Moving
L.........Tw M
Sen. Goldwater says "A Government big enough to New Kiwanis Officers RUSTPROOFCABINET ,.P.b a auppIN "I ..
take It all waas .
give you everything is big enough ,
owoy"You J. Pierce Smith, left, WM named pnaUent of the riNANCUL0M
University City Kiwanis dub this week, uceeed- FINANCING ON THE,SPOT K auMw epuwI W f
leg John Hoover. Hayee McCkUand, right, wu Your Choke ef Credit Plans wr to UMMIUHANDISI
elected vice president. (Sun photo by Eddie Davfa.) n.n., .e l
,He's .. ...
Know Right 2 Florida Men To Be.Hanged, :. ..
a at WMM M nvMMMMMTT4 ,
;. I I I I TOPEKAKan. (AP-A FlorIda York and Latham were convicted 7 S.L ht Ay.ON 'THE SQUAll. ,Fit ":514' S..,...... McIerIIIt T. fcfiHl .' .
man and his Army buddy of killing Kansas ;alemployee Irwd M NvwMId 5NNa

were ordered hanged Wednesday I Otto, E. Ziegler ta PEOPLE BfL IF \ f ''N 'VI 'r \( _lore .
by the Kansas State Supreme 1961' N M..... 'It .... .
Court. fI TN4a Pelt
GOLDWATERFOR The court set the execution of I -- - --- -- M oa 4 wane .,
of Jacksonville I iMtt ...... Bey. ,
York -
George Ronald ; I II can HM. ft* .4 I
Fla, and James Douglas l 2ttlC FolKS CecrpcLII1///.V( (I a ome iwiMMrtMMwIcti _, :
; Latham for Dec. J, between Madlnete .' .\
PRESIDENT Awl AP,Yla ensa nem Haw en m
12:01 a.m. and 2 a m. The action wNA-r KIND i .Ueae ''
I oreaR relN Sono n1o ; sa you wsNr Mo., nrawTeMFATAP311i1 RIAL UTATI FOR UU
US. Supreme
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Na.K a m1sT.' PICK THE RIBS a-11IM' AgaM .

AND FILL IN THE COUPON AND I 55' LI. 3P LB. 3 us$1OQ': I.e 0.UlllumlollM.-..... tor Mr M RaN amt Apo.M1. yare. Po.,.".... ,. __....

I ENTER IT AT MURPHY'S I N MiMH Nary .... .. .
t PUSH PORK IND arr s'IIT's PllMIUIo4 .11II. -
ROUND HA WMM T. *.itniMrn :.. :" .

''ft xKIDt .. GUESS THJ NUMBER OF PENNIES .. Ddl c' ',:.
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: i t r. I II+4 IN OUR PUMPKIN AND ITS YOURSI LI. 79 LI.I' .Slavic

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14*MK 4 TV larks
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I: 1 Specific. Item Selected .. of ,5',...' $177 ': S : DEADLINES, :,. '-, .

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.i I WITH COVER AND 39' CORN. ..... 12 a ..point e aeNry type ;
lea 91t: 71 18 Point
'I $100
7 303 CANS I Uny, e 'lee. ,rw.ry type

ij 9t lID i WHln GINGHAM. IIIL'SELP.mSINO. 24 'Point

t lUCID 01 HALVES FLOUR ally M l MM ...." inV ,
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COATS &. CLARK'S 1' 12' I 4'Lt PEACHES$100 5 39OUR ]j P1. .

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4 PUNK ONAUZED SERVICE 12 Mol. tiel l Wa ..... 12 M"'ir* HMMI Faf Sote .' I. .W51.r1vs51 75575557 IS H....* far .... -

YOUPTtT UDIO' GIP.L' BEAUTY SALEiMANlei : 517011 Ill $5 50ls.. jvp. 01 .... al HUP ..-. mon Y McKINNEYGREEN 1
AdvliarTa, T51M CrSN i0.. F. /e. O.v1r..1 01554 ":Mobs kaark. ppco Irpw AHp I tarptaha I
11541. -Dat1511" coil / IWt ewsS 55 -...... 001554 N :: ::.:= HOMO wtlp 4115 andw* "uaa. A I'T. anna

= d. 111-I751 trim ... wSIS01!..__ i.'it'I.. w wldll\o NM II W. VMM pvmph Many vlrpa onIXCIPTIONAl 1IIJImtI'' I laaa. naa. Danes
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HUT 'M HURL IIAUTV SALON OFFICE A 5ALE5 110II...... 01517I. s/.715a DEATONIIAL.TOAS A' S I Z t. A.., It r:___
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Al wrt / NWtStS.d'' e 50155..-..... A 01550110In. r .70 15515. VALUE Loral I ACROSS aaa. aaaaaa ::: =
14 up Men***) II.. ** W75)5 115 5114S5 I ataptnE Lpup Oanpvp M ___ 50. Skct'W :
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Open MIMI, ky ...... a.....- ate. tar opMntmanl 01 tar kulMlnp Prk* Mta II yo* hava largo family, and .c* 31.Tlmbn tr.s :=
TO and tar "" ....... ....... Phono 171-47II want ptinty p* room. IMa Me* .. Thump 51: Samplp aan auuDnnnSOIUTION J
LEARN DRIv1.10I lot
oklaiy ''"SERVICE HAS BUILT htmp .,H aarva va* wall 4 31 Con t. M r. R G C S. r. V A 2
55lt115 IS to
TV ANTINNA INSTALLfP.Parmananl Cedar Shores B. MolilU.SUl
Key 0 I 5.41 /I. 55 -Ca1.NN .
Way E.fF'Ti (okOM PitaallintdCo. OUR BUSINESS" IuhloUlctal. Ii r. 4755 j
.m t t Ic wrllacamplall tin. honwtlt>i: from $2230 $5..1. 1/.500 5050 01'- facet A R
houn top pay
Rtgular Iktocki .. mp achool Pava4 :
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ppckarovnd otc M M> I BAIRD non.wotrtront from $I 510 514.55 5.1511555 5514 1.5 12. Devoured I. L A p S It .IA I I. l
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HOMES *M.MI700I 14.Cdbao.
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f CALL 317415 111 A 411 vw kvy. Call Black
low dap potltloni' tor mantetrt uxni
Ir CHILD CARS lor Inf_ .... 1na4 m Orlpndo' Oelnemlllp ore, Motel Locations 46. Forfeit or YiJTiioAfS :
CM40a1 hi my Item. Ste dl,. Thew potltlen neve "* US TODAY LITTIEWOOOTMi 1'.lalata. 55S1.
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I ...11 N II III _,. 5154 55575 MtcIed cotton Nom door la if* KtaM 1. PUmakjPOUIOI T.Null_
KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE'D. 5155. 7511515 lit .... .. 514. BUTTSMobile I 5 *. 5 lima Terrain WrllII1C B. Strtb
.,. Wile pr Month 052..5. ,. Do 555 505 CIrIMo DAVID ANDREWS- llgarp Control Haal 1 yr, tablet M. Calm token 2. Snlar :
nil NW itn AW v)4M> .... ,II. Homes Inc. ..... Mulls ..I.... Murti dnlradImn n. Moham32. FrpriMSV o.ConpdoM =
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CHILD OR INFANT or In Largo JtckMnivllle Dopartmenl NW 13th St. ond mutt wil" Prlco now .eeI'. Pdop Route .
I .< Hunt, ill i mantis Lltt* S'." neadl an e perlentod man. rKfd ta lltJPJ CM bt eel 34. Touch Drub 10. DaD,
..... ., ,. In Inter? Mad Window OttHlvton 1 IUMMIR HOME !
elect phona PR "' at 6th St. PHA rinanepd Inw.t55L5 55. 15.Nura'"
raume giving' exponent At mourn pi tuotnntp .,.... SI. Wbols Bnunlnf
PERSONALIZED Ctrl lor ...,....* and laiiry ....1_.. Mall,, taMoy L.... I ... CCI camaloiarr prvMrty katarp you kuy THIS' 2O.Itd. SIvSE 55

un ar tut rI -. Prh/atp. Kpm*. Coheni, 117 Wwt DuvalItrppt CONNOLLY tumltood. larpp Ilioplaca. At.coaitaiolt homo. Call want'".kp Mil on*.mo markpilont. 22.Mm I 1 :
M SW M PLTINY Jackionvllie, PWKlaOood 4 trot* wttor MpMntTawnoal "
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TOT 5541.50 551455 5515. 1555 ........ PR HJ1I Live INCOME PROPERTY Damr ;
I J-H." Mali 555 Fa511.AlIT. floor plant. I yoar ftnanclnf.. 0.... PIP. H yap ara taaklrdj tar p praparlywit
II PLAY SCHOOL Drlvp out tadiy I iMMo South. an ___ M ya inaw roIK 24.Iim. :

Vim, 1i.'LL' .554 loodsIch 1MI1. ol Sotnooyllla' pn U. .. 411 Pis 15 NIMPPI ... S.1.IICI "I nica t atary dupiai PvUy .5 23.TolBOtDi ..
M *M tM tar ywnolt 3'''571 hmluiad 1171 Op ptr monltincoma.

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CHILD' CASE nso0lsr'5 auhM.e', 55. MAIM, 201.% WYATT- kit. LR ft OR coma .laiaap.lnPerth 5555, ,..... llrpalt Thp ptlco 26 rrtrtrlcft.
"ke MIC1t5n. ...,.. _. NI- ft OuH 54,_ L. 1.06 ,N __.bIt. "tv 55504. 55.553115th555n7545C511PS51 sills .e
I anneal. Phona PR 4-MH porn INVENTORY CLIRKalary KPOOd tat w Irrlgitlin pump ft 617rMRQ / 27. Tamers -
aollltyApply wall Many ether eitre .put pWe
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED ( commonwroto Son iBA. t Him., ..- Trailer Sales nolghpprhtod conienlonl taPtheoli it Canrldewi :
.. end mapping cantor It* : 51.501115 t tI 12:CliliBeJM34.Blb.iM
fills '
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5 PERMANENT ..... im.Mr .IIIIED COUPLE h 11,1 0115 Poctmokor MoMW Mpmpp u'7 >
I .". owner *t ITMIM ener I C11 t W ), WII5$1Nrs, '
,I M. will or calarad Cora .,... 5711. Hipola and AlrttraapTrpval '. ; ; 4
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tar 4 ,1 1.
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I tIM diyi 174-1401 pr 1742711pvanlnpt Oaalar Slnca rap 4 IR. I both nemo, COMPtlTI. Imorl locket knitted mainly Inotockinetta Old
I' 1110 ma.IEAUTICIAN .UIIED 11 N1n1 7111014 ...... tni Illvpr Iprmpi ..... | LV tunuehed .... wpihoe ft ..,. FREDARNOLD Mitch Teem with tklrt I .f 39. U'1I1 :
or "55m11"$ lor .''m", SI5kk1S115 7104555015315 dreea Pladu n.Fra",
Nm N pmcrst wiled M Win tollowlnp.1555514 can 154 14114 1511' 01055. MuSS .55M 0..... 711. 14u'01 = 43.Pale .111I _

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w aahioevlllp, 0.I.OOKKEEPIR work a-r Imiri I pan wtoklyPftono lot dhvlpy In _,.. PHrkM. Rm. ft kitchen, L|. cerpprt, n", Hi kiiury cement. withtarm 4 IJ'fII'
i"}TTil lot MMMPO._ wIII' A 11154 5 .11 15015 :
.. ... Olive Ems
/ CICEPTIONIT w. n-ppp tar .*'.... Pro* corner let very raaamable tar lift
front .- Pattern HIM
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pull ".... All Cwnp ny -'lto. MART tor? ..
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I 555501 Sun. 5.0555 5 050175 555. ...ej'*.< 107.5510.71151.545514NORTHWEST $' Park wttarn pee is centi tar path J4 17

t. :, CAIHIIR MM .....$. pttMantpnvlronmonl. ppporhmlty' Cantod TonpP lull $300 down 4 BEDROOMS :"r.1 .M 1555551 -:'\:: ahr
dor, bone Ptrlrnarp I, ISIS and Lilt 01/ ...... .55w p1.% Ps .11. 5514141115. 0* 4T.lpock ::
Apply $62 .
I too My TRAILER SALES our moPnono 505.N7. ..555v401555., ...... AP .w.4 N505
'. 101555.7 m 74011C '. 1115 -WII >T? 41.5 1015 26 ", I",. IO/2
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11.5W 151 II 1701 wtiaa Road .N.I. PR lPUlOWNER men*. Only I yotn pldpnd = 5C7111 Dott.. ,. Do I.. 111,130 1. 4l.3 ttW :
I I -WwkWpj ,...1..1.NOMO A, Piim imp 174BWINI MOVINO I IR, I koMlnoina drum mclvded. Utility.. room : .'U; ;
NEED attroctlvo .,I7M kaorlavem .. TTS.tJ .
k NW .. Plrpplacpparaap tarjMtre .I5011 ... 5.0155.tly5.. .
Mull k* I'. CPU PImtl AZAIIA >ir control ..
I after I.10 p m. HwRS'NIi.' ..'" are III I .Rl.. aoH... Vary .taw pawncTiMolroto .. SMOO aqulty hoat, tar and Ham plr con.ditian. pp.mortpapo ..
554 01 your
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ALERT callage, Hudmt .. PMn' 316.9864. 47M01I SIms> of=\ par ":". THI-LEVEL taWlmt ta k"H cratM manorl
_''bI. pppnin" wrvlcln. P1,55 P5 5.01 5 ..m.505575500k LMn' leva win fireplace tar grp.clou wp Pllll PPItarna, pm.kraMpry. I
migoilna, aubaerlptleni, pkloilpuMimpr Willi W. WM4j ,"' ..... lltep love tar inlet X111 chrikaa.1 toni) H IS 1..w.w MN II H..... for Mtawnar ISPic N0.... M 5.15 CM
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mini Profitable ''' cpmmlMlaiwrite I 'H KINO I e.l" 0.55, ... 504.55 5755, 4715 520 50155. 555. 5 4 144 ON ROCKY POINT RD 57.5 .. 3 U. ... 0,54)45 511 75011"S
05.15. Local 75515511.11 'soW. -wmTn MOIILI HOME ': ctateta Wit-In PCpllencea 7.5 5..5 5101 P551ty 55 51555. dIRK eammlmen. |
15 CC.T 5ni naar alom. Jr Htm* *p
.... _,...ily ...11. 5 will .do pnytnlng, any kauri o.ceptI 'I' 4NI N W. IJUl II.VtUlt .. 1 wall II. wen. cprpn. Over IMP H P). with CM.IrM ,mf SN5 M 41115. 550 tu':'/: ISO CCI CoH HUMP. VMM wIIJ rtaan, tamod b.c5.54 IMIHI I kltehonPHA
IM 411-A w .11.... am. i ,."'. waY, Call paneled. PI 1., ram .. pf ION NW hailing: and air condltioiMnp' kaflnnprp ..,.' *. **"< inn >vp, 171-im. or VAS IIM Nl 55555 lit
villa ... "...n. I sun T... or eel fJHiH SJ71CO with good term, cm V NconlinowlIS tr_ 145,55.-.., .mo HiTan.IPACIOUI .

CLESK.CASNIIRRN7eWb14 I X P 111INCIO I la atactrkalpmmoing II SPECIAL" MAOIION PARK I I*. I kail*. 1155 ... _,-. 504.111I1.d.Y : MOMl- ky 115S
_....,.. A real Itaam Kltln' and P" I 104 kaad. i LASSITER"REALTY
opportunity | 5 lir Lot tar MwMlp Kama.HIM 551110 .11.4 50 .5545. ... Tom fctll. t..:'. 11001. AWN 1.
ta ....... itere menaper prpl ptnt, ,....1' mllnlonanca.Call I 1 Mill *. art ppyntiPrawn. 5 5..G M0 1715 NW 15,4PL anVUM. kp pppractetad. el MM Nl dtp.It
Phone tar eppt. I7MCM. 4PMIM attar 4.H PM. prwrtp Par aoaalntmont, CPIIPR P5 5.3131' P\ Will.LITTLIW000 Only H.. down No COUNT!! OIRLOP P 0 lot n "Mlconopy" I .... ;N 'Ilka ma.:'':::1'' IPTHKarnp THRU keereem, J pptk CCI.i rearn. otprta ........ room > a
050117 nun S5dr$0m 57.,1731 0513 daw*,
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405555 MOVING- CCIhomo. .
5.755NPe.I 557. Ap757 lit 1.r. OWHIR 155. I kam 0155.0 Missy MIN III 55.5r44
One Hour Martmliln" |. 01575.VIII. II .... i' l I.P.,.....P WHY PAY 5557? wew y5 !'SI 11- N Putful.W llvlnd, m auMinpdy Way: IV Lot IH "... NIW lOW tar. M: Nr mo. MO N.W. 1111 Drtvg 554.554 ". 55.5574 1107 5
C.Oll.. own mil plr-cond. I fR, k .5 tacpllan. Ownar Trap ft inruao. Hoar i/155 ::... COM 17MI4
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tar >. Real Estate ExamCDU.51 Sea churcha and naw ahippini MODERN Ml DOWN ft 1555. 171 par ma. lit eue otter IPX
WANTED reglitarod purae PI Prpgreu T,. Ct N. pnMwy laeullhil real kvy in-4 7lPURNISHEO .
Hep pulltanl. lalary, ...... pnuanncetiona. 441 *r call 4SMII **). ;.. FAMILY HOME Waft ta llttMwaad Wail. New. pun tana 4 ksSICI kuy M1IP5NS5075 T N Ml
wood othptH IM lh- _., i pun WIM tpNcHon. ..145 TkomKama
tar PHA I tr
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land pualHItitlonita = m p U ft ItaM Itam
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= pop man. window "* I.MO w. llvlrVVaafonalructlan ,il"j panartd ,... S Isst \
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111/(15754' PN3 15.554 1/ IIIC
I WANTEBlurroughi MEN ft woman II tp M M Iraki tar 12' WIDES .._kami.... Tno and kltchtn PMrWp/ Im room ampnkum wMk 550 .. A 50.75 .Isom t '; Ca.. 17W4I4 pr 17* ywll" Ilka HI 51515 Coil VImi ACp1twy 511M4dss :&
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CIVIL SERVICE 51515 557 .. 254 1451041. =
lind M In 411 A, 5/505.14OPInMS. : .
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I t-t Ollnnvlllp' Sun. name, eddrew ft Pnan MaKpy under $4,000 I w 10.0 0514 IIIlvII' .54,. 15.H5.N 1544 0..55 Par.. NIl 4.505 114 171 J. i. PINLIV APIA larf | nMf" Auputt 14, Ml N W. M PI

1 WAITRISSIIKxpirlinced. Apply IR purses taMr TreMMg.. JackomvPie.HIOH aprvko'. HI W USE OUR 505.751115 W .%7505.15 11.SC75..._...._.1tt laraa napl I pnd car !plr....>omdHlan.Inp Allra-. ':'511 5. C."J\.r' per 0550 114.PHanaPP- 504751455 HIM 55 57715/1555 II 14 755.45 Kama. 55 OKPKw'........can..... C wi..55.mJ 4.'M5i"t! 1i1511
Adams Sl
I t RENTALPURCHASEPLAN II 7517 _'Ifu. 6551. .75051... II...., _..... 5515475. 5.17.d4c5N4St1 Over INI M N ...... Coli 114 .. 1 f.v
PoopnUnlvarilry' Inn KHOOLit aul. LAI*)! PANILIO PLA. room 101. TI"'I. ,110171 5Y5oP
AmericanIchoek Cell' tr>MrlT>M> NWrtthAv with flrtpltct. I lTl'" pplhlNkoty .
hemp free 'koekiet' 1..w., puke $0M h/.
I ltd sw llth st P. O lo. 14441 Jeckw TOTAL"eoir' NY054. pr. I ealh fumlihpj' f plpduIramUP ARNOLDREALTY *. SOWN..... I* PMlnvlaecttan SPLIT l'V.LI.... mpdtrn I S
t Poop SIRVICIlUPIRVISO' $1114 Ill. 5011 OP I' 11)10004.ya of town. pair pthpmIII IN I kam. la>.a livM mam,
Mu. have had luoorvlioryoporUfKO eoMTNAcr WILL tl LIMEyr .em Maw PI 4iel or PI .. ,
U-5. wall IP wall ..11.. MM
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I Muil kp wber. retlakw' SEE I w. I .."'. Ivllt h 15551 5. CMM 1 rn ... dY I .
and .Indultrlau*. Salry. common, Civil Itrvlca Trphilnflocrotarlat .. DAD AND BRAD LARSEN NWItipip' IMMf. Mv5 AILASI I IBy 55575 .5107 14.5 .=.IT: W07755 PI5MNALIIEOIS5VICS
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5 ......... with'" ..PPrlonc ImmodliieiySmd 554 pMkHy ". 515 h5lf. Haw0I'S SusIn1$1 ,IAKI GNIVAIAILII ,*, : M. Aitectaloti. Jpnp Clkmall 1 tare*. Only I ppr cent MM sod Itt III 11515 .- PS' 755 57514..SP ssIrlSho ..... ...
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warn rater- .
Oft R/ I" 1511. 1. I. 55 7. W. 155155 JMHS105550 M Ml)" twrmoMf 7th Tor.iUY '72.41
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naivllla Sun.CHRISTMAS. epon avmlnaj and lundaylII4PI kr I kaltii. Pi 1., 550.. Cant Mand 'r .
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li GIVING TIMI Avon C1 55Na. IP- COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING Hipwar. Cand akavp miripp tar INCOMI PIOPIITYUM 4110101507 3 1,54 oil day w550'.7K Hup-h Idwardi, Inc na* ratvrnMjWITH 5510555 .11II.......... "Jfolo: LNI5. loaltapWn
pull tp pvery mpmkar ef IhetVr SERVICE 372.5209 .... Ptplnt. ta pppratiaiiMOIHI NW Ind Av*. 55.55555 5515005550. ) II. W. ... ,v.1a1I >, I Iliiil NPrrlk AaaKlpKIPS
I ,"v. Show tnew Ouoilry Pro- HOMI IPACIAVAILAILI lit NW lltn "... Ii I".... ,..... 554N511 11 IH *i iTHIS ,
veil end coin 'In on mil iroetlARNINOS 2' Firm !.. ..... 10. IIW 15 "... a.N11 ktaUb Ira
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515/551 INVIITORI1ru rapmJWK
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ot Ut-VI weakly" OIl BIT 7547 157 TRACTOR nod and PPPLOilOA -,... ... pol11'57.AU11nN j.1M 0515' ..51 01555. "Me M 115 0 Neon

l Me praearlni mall Niiptarpevartlwro MOTOR A IQUIP CO.. TAKE OVIRppymanta 0 Formica cob,,,.,, j
onJNIAIIcamp .
own hourt Per In your InlormetIM home.' Cheat wrltoiDopartmnl 5515.1551.111. I '.555.5 55.575. .4550.. .MARYMOELLER.. 0 Saddtd lowni .1 )
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NUs5A01$55t105' TWI ,." .. II LOTS FO* SALT 372-8404 .
taro nulls im tMIih, 5.54 II ICIINTIPICALLV....... 154. I REALTOR $16,350 $18,075 i
*4. Iw, Call Arcs? i
comot..t01/. tour HI III Sat AIT TO IUV and oPirtaP*". 1
MOA M55111551 .HI! RAILROADSIDING 4 Bedroom Modpliliiptmpp
tonorpl "-"Ht.l LISIISwW 5014 5155 5./515554 I and .
0N5i15' ta W) Ml. ........) M I 0 Rtnth IOIIW. Unlvonlh/Av*. twp parauet fleer large .
H mlM ootl ol Roltl, ...n. TwoImrt 1 LOT .PI 44471momkpr ': :-. A155115 I 4 .
Irpm cooll. mfH ""ourl I 21 UvtdtMkIOOK i S.ppllsl I HAVI I.... cammprclal tat wWtlota MuHiata' LMInlAiiaclltM ppr cent merkjigo pnd ....... .

Iron nwvntolM ",.,, MM pwmontft '.11..... 54115.." Will 5..7 5.116 Paatar KoiKrCHarllp p ncond mirtpigi pn Deikw,
,",u. kill ....,.......... 30vl NOW-SAVI LATH Mr .to. N 5O 10554. ..575 5.11550y f. W.. Mppkar Maya. maraP PraM THINK. $$100 cash VA. I !
<< poM. vocation, 14 .oyl POMM Port Producer .protod y5..- 5055. PS 5.455. 5,lOlI $11015 Wl till rev will 'like' thk
.. 1..v.. p oni-KOI''yfc .opiAdmlnlitrotar ., Mil" anlMtpaaiitaw price rW* three ...._. tw* keth heuwto
Jcnnilon MwnenIN 0.0. 1551. II .. Mft "vo. t1..1d 521A10 me ,....." ...,.... Htrewoed
HmolIN. "rt1NM54._ N. C. lngl"prVenr"leel"! cutlpOcleapT'pMX III 51511 1111' ......... 755. FORDYCEFEATURES .,,'* fleer*, m Henry -.....*. ,.0.
$M.m5r t51.M1 ,.... Opcueency ...... 'h_.
WANTED I neat appaerlm woman Avenue ovarlaaklni laka w...... ptvln tarmo I pull 5
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M ..... d515 ta door Phone PR t-MN M all1101 754 Acrp lancnattppMARYMOELLtR 'APPEALING rotMonot In WIIK1
purvey ta vekieoviile. Oeed povKKOUpry DO NW IP" ... REALTOR OIl NW 5105514, Itt 'II lit. $$150) cash flli\\ SPOTUGHT

C., Sol roprooonlotlvdat 11* w. Untypnlly "... PR K47Imont 145557 .555/55515/ 5551555055
FlorMa. Itotp,_ OfDeo POrn IAL| 44 Inatiand ptnut 505 ...... hsp '
I M 10.01 A M, rrtdoyOctotxr cwti us, mom 5* I miMoItit 01o4N 550 15 507 55 dot.......... OPEN HOUSE pot... camypl Kaat, pad. pnly A 4V W ROOT BEER STAND I
II inly Ha phono Cal pi .uH Hpmmock on RlIIAUTIPUL 0111d0I11 .555 554 50 55Dyc. .
ph. 5011 2 1.555 014415 117.TOO IP. tI.modPl ..... P *f mirrr
pIMfttWANTIO 15-51t'-155k! AI 55'550155W 2101 NW lilt
oaiOClT1l. INC. PthooN and theUntvenlly OVER All Ads' 'IR IC......., ,
Home Clow ,...... I" K4MI.W
12 M.1. Hel, W...., I i 10 PETS i SU""I" nt W. 1051." RN/55r. 5755/ p 'lorgp, *....Air.,,, .15511.conditioned Sad I'5 will 5 .matonry i n> -*homo. Ihroa kadroomo ttn.Itn > *r* HIP ...I.... M kMirMM .. PMNI 51A.. tat lU-f*."....] PP4 ..|Pit :

SA AtU Woo01oIOMEUri$ LIW 4.10 M ,,, Ptu pnaPMP kilinm tall M WpHmorlpnd. A 1 W'pfpRj w (mi ... iMr KM rP*. NE.54
MAN 11-40' _.bIt. nodr lopr p5pI55r MLw15' WOlf M 15. 154 7.014 maatkiy 117_.. 05sills kypn and kam tap pwiola.. 5 raw twhrliNj I 5514 imtM 5. NM k*.r5
aala. t manttia ..... Hid. mall.May 5544 or tar a -.. Irr.K5115
,".," we trim you ta to meceil fco loan U3I NW (I* $... 0040 ,555 M 45. 010 PW ml.* kom. I 7 M. ta I 51IsSl.C4 5.0H.0IMY :..H* MM ft* 5141115.I.Mkly .550 A t
....hI! III 5550 55154 7. 501. It. :tWIItI HUGH
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PR ..-. A. POSSIT. HaaiiarII N W. urn D,'''. And amar Mmoi W'. .... ... .. .
WANTED tALI&MAN 51,5. ...... .755E. 1111E55. 50I.d. W. u"",. Awe 1>.IM By .... EDWARDS OH .... 100 A.M. till/ 11)10 PM/th.

mobI' /$0d ..,..,. 701. WI 55017. % 372.5110.e 11505 .. 5..411 5151 lot NW.0.111e5 J. W. A 0 Wit.**v..M>*f 5W ...... !.,,.,. 4. sulk

05111.555.: m.:.d I0Sr0Nty II. 1505.4 ....... 55 147I1.IIS (HARMINOHamp 15' Ikam. 15517 ... ..... ,
I va1Ca155555. 50,0, 7. 0. M 1307. PO* SALI is ma. aid And 50557' ,.... .,..% 5555. pf PIprMi itana 4 KIRKPATRICKIt INC. .
.._.11IOo ... tar "01551ll. .. $.. ....... IIAOLI Coll 170HH "" _. 555.1.10 5005..5.5514.4.0 pppprawl rapm-, *

DISHWASHERApply 4in NW lltn II ... on waldo 5/0.. ... I mltaii 5..71115 and : : 45. It N. Moss 55. 7555\ 75 5455 1927 NW 39th Dr. W.hhw. MHO Wufi IFOTU4MT
M pals el wenderhouwR WHITE QUAIL 5.115 01C"'Y. / 555710 ... PI0S.... r.5M57P7h5d"t. 6. AIIOCI"- j
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VIM lunINSUPANCI. 5150404 .'"_ 515.S |Y 100 OWNER x _. kaavmvl MO (....IpacHM..... .tot. tar 755. CeH Pods 1761234FORDYCE LAKESHORE '':11':' dpi Sly ypMl:-. llAIANf A7MOSI5I5SSCHOONER WNIVIBJITT WIN 5I
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M01 lor 5.04104 ....... .. 5505155. 555, ...... 1111.55. I5ISIS. U'I T.... 2/55)05. I TOWERS OPM N.M.yavr til II PjkL 55)05-LAM. Mrd, C55M PMHT 150 f t I ,

nacawary llartlnd" PJIp 4155 tar .555550 M I. Di
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-lPESISNCEGAPPLIANCE 1214.041.. "- FP> ... ...*,.., Itotlor NOW LEASING SININO HUM" DUM"Y Camap ft lunar* #.51..5111/50 I

lALItMANWANTIO H CRAyVFOKORt Harvey lentap DtdI lenpoHputh 11511.50 455551 Ira. rNt ..*. IM w. PI .IMS. .
$155055.5 I
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61.51114 Nawrll% 7,55.. Sara Cimeii
ky candSplnnf." M lilt 0150 00. *15 A'". II StN.
<_ J. M. 75.44% ..- ONke 4PN N"W. lint It ._ A4I t mm tap. af MPIraao 500101 LWtng 55 NW 5155 55. I CacPtPUP tar lilt (r.** *. I, 5
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C.._.. Dairy ....... 411U71 I' $545 5550117 54 511 714 (. THI OILEANI5. :

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I ION .*. It ..* Sirs ......., 554
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1k54. IrMmiI ..... .55.1 A
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n : Golneivilfe Sun Thursday, October 29, 1964


:: :' CLASSifiED ADS j. ..., ::.

$ Clean out the CI..ia 6 Utility Rooms Now-Pkk up litre Pasoan to ".... ads ... for nose coMm.rciat. users ""laf ...te..diW'IIc" J

.P 4 LINES ] at $100 or 'loss with the selling"' price stated in the .... N. additional eats for .ds that require the full 10 "'" .. Nen.fvnds. feeds 'that

1 10 bring quieter action. : .

;; DIAL 378.1411 A Courteous Ad-Visor Will Help You Word Youc>, Adf 1= I

--. IS HMIMI rw few IS Hewn fw Stilt IS HMIM*' fer. $:." 40 ........ rNtMrH 4S ....... A.M.IM 91 Mh*. RMt.h It iMlntai Oip.rtii.iriM 6i: w.i f 1.,

UUIT IELL Hlgnitnt: Court Mtivr. NEW. 1I01I'N50N "_'OHTIo W. of OFIC5 'U"'NIU' WILM nirnli_ ._... TIlAILER SPA i ,WANTED ilSEB OF tiE SAFE
t: THE TIME 4 .11.- dlsy" INnl/s' f .11. f hallo Maly. PRICE REDUCED I I* ktmt CCI Saw P 1 IR end tompMt kltchtn.. FOR RINTOt SffELTT; \ CALl, ER R269':;
yir*. colltnt. /0, child,,,, trMi deubls darport. family lilt 0 IM tot sot ttlJIW 11511 Mth, trtvito, .* Ulllltlot tup.ojlot. MOUTH ,
Ctnerttt M"t tn 71 X bulls N klInlo Cad. 110'1 it e.i m"", rh. 451.1151.EFFICIENCY. Ntubtiry Trolls '''II. WANTED Mt buy cltln Wondor
101 lot. Ixtrtti won AC Dtvi, > ton sly" con* 114.SM, IIOM ROOMINO HOUM In lusktou Ntwotrry, ,... Mono, ItrnrSnt._ClIfFR.. M 1411I
:: IS NOW. ""II. eon. ....., ,Itrtt utility down, Mt '"". AIM II 14ft Ttr all Frahmltntl. ... I *MbtlM > 42 i Assays APTS.. OIL CO.Two tiitriaiFMwkM -
room, owlmmlnj' BooljKtvUttot.tnot Bud RoMnton. FR HM4. r.omI f control (tool, Ut MO. I twntf M in M KhkuM .
Par ma :: _....... "I roe,1w anlot5 ApprtHbntloly'nr', ttuI Mtetntty __ 4M tmotolot .... .11.11Io tor trtiitrMrKlm. .. K HsNh5d'G15dtlEW '

:- Do You Havo lOlMKt. nomt IUON ownort M Iaursoc.roe. I I'* ftfcont ., $300 DOWN ,Pill .tor Hun....Frico. *""Htm''".....wtmMt.l7t.itol. N ly orootrty woimt, ,ImMt crook city runnlnt IImitt lIIu thru, 1 ,". I .5.115 nil IW-IoIoIy mi A.w.. >Jao. Cal-.MMI FR MMI Myrlrnt Mtor Mr*IM. locations 1ICc.llent'./ovc labl.Mrvlc far ttotlon Im.. fa ". /
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.N yr. mtrttiM.Xmto.UN for VII ktunM w north by Ml A... ttontltn .. Walk I5 ct_ IM I H 4 mrtlot.i .....-Th, Mki : r:::a .: :: '

= A Room Nl 111110c17510: ALA iuA'REAL1YASSOCIATES in tout by OM ..... =n.t all Mtor 4iN. tt JJ-A; W..... T. Rat company training Woisur.tucctu. Ita 15.555..I:kJ,.. 055.5 1M'".
ATTRACTIVE I bttVoont ban tn .... .... M. City wttorWWIM ill .. .
55 CIIIM all SoloS
*, I .... CCIhomt 122' X Mr won londIC. ... fpICi1ENCY Financing ovollobl.,
.rw IV OWNs 1 I $ lotHot .11 Unusually' (tit tfwo MM OCCUFANCf Dtniin
.wrymint FOR IMMf DIATI OoX mot chtlrt
: Apartment or control hut ft tlr I mlMt' tram. Otlnowlllo. NO .II....., coil so. ....11.. WMrtM' net* .... HIMWMkly 1 l. UNFURN. HOU1ICtMMl Contact Mr. htanry .Dtlooch' ,: harm cuthlent. wills llpMT toy.on .
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.ulrS Iss stains ''wim; L 1101n. AXIS ONLY IM. FIR TOM U. 0055115. MuRsrP. $a iMriMik 313.4111 MrMOBILI W T. Ortnt Ct. FR 2-5333. :: .' SM to 17I70M.LIKI .
Rent? o. tlulltw,' woll pump 5 MONTH Ul N I. lot M.ArtoT. 041405 43551 .",.. I5 5413
House to
= Only I blkt. totiom ONE tl Otlnttvllltl 515.5151,5 NIW II M. It. wrllM IrtoiRIFRIOCRAT -
oortnklor lyttom. '
k |r. W ......... Frk.llt I4M DOWN 1 bodroom concntoMock ....1IIt, ...N. 1 ACRII MtuMully NOME I t*. tot. to moPLIAIANTLV WANTED TO RENT ky No. UHItornWitt Mneltlr Itntctliinm ft saw ... lull .1. O. I. ro,5. _
IIIIHoI 05.. 1551 L* fatuMn. /5 41551.5545 /.. ....,....... ...
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;: REMEMBER- M 'Import phont I7M7M tr fttat. ort olHlty room end tonct. YOU CAN KNOW 15 'In.. Ram /154 _.. CIII ''" I"M. ..... trtt. Mini. Ollvtr ..!!!!!!!L ...--.I7'- 5015 aid
lob MuMtn. IIM Nl tMAvt. tick vtrd ONLY '". MT maim TIMI"V'II'rAl. Iv 51 PII 441132 /. 5:$r.'I: P5.05
NO CLOSING COITI.: T''. vim* if Mint* ikMtyky .. II WmtW ,. B.y'COTRSwiwt10
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LOVELY' IMMACULATI Lit in slow you III''. tint homo 80 ACRES tI C5I01po1. 55511515 aMl I.
= YOU MORE 550DERNPuuy will botriomt, I Mint control r.-m.rIi.o: l willi Mlchtrmlni .. .AI Fhonoini MIS.IINOLI .
COSTS IIIAIt '"' eINraI. LOCATCD 4 filL wtin ROOM AND BOARD U." ml *lsn ill.adohs
Csp1a. .......,' hoot .... lovoly' tarts Krotnof I IR, u... CI 1111 ten'MII" ash KkKlM ... M M*. w Olds' rIsmIls. P41115 psul solo 5.d ISIS
I SIt. 1 Mlrnloilly In Mtlo wim' ounktn llthpool and horn In me. NW IM, r'1. IAFF, REALTOR II,. -.... rri-SjtMs oars. Sane::l'mN= 1 PI. 1Mo" doll S. liD hMdbotrtV-totm.
E than the ad that .,.... ...... rubber KM ML FR I IMF
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PI. A tl 117,70 yirt OtwMNl II. Logs 55545 --. 51 OffktvDttJi SMC.IICURITVIUIIDINO.' Ill w. UoIvsnsIIy. ..... ttttr :
will rent itl! Ctll' tat 111 > W. A IMI luy tl 11Ft .

I Gladys 1m' W.5rnl/h Uolv., 11..11...... John Merrill LUXURY NOMI it weld Lovely Little Ranch 47 HMM fc* *M4 ._ Wt Ivy UMd ......... T-A-6 APPLIANCES Over_ 1 I
prlu' IroM fM I IR I ..."". II MILls OUT H" W. UnIvoroI" Am Flrtl Clew LOOK ArouM Your HOUM Ftr 4 RMr1..r.M1 Iran t. M f
:: Here's what you Realtor C Hril (MM ft A<. Holt Mr* II Mm In :lota CltMF A SinN ON CLIAR LAKE w> MM kMdl Office* Ipso Air WM.,. _. Odds 'II E545NAD1OCK Rtnoto from HI ... lIT
.... .. IROTHIRItrmtti *
M. Prttly ab.. Kit. Ftmllvroom. mvw. i/FNrM par5lis. J.n1MrNrnld wnmn tram lit v*
I Omsk tiMP N -* IR CCI tPMn'' .urMMd. ...,..... or .....". AitcnutAOVIRTIU .
MULTIPLE LISTING lUtoMlk It ..... Mt tlFI'W"NUNDRIO FtM ,. / .. Cad PC 44415s I Dryort Mm M ut 1
= vacancy COSTS PHON1 FR M4MASXXIATII 3515 NW 1541 ASR 5550. N5r mil. PttVol HWnny ......... VM01 w OR 3.J515R PR ....... I Foot-Frtntn w 1t
YOU ASKED[ ...- All. Hlta all 111 I .... is, NW 1101 A... ... RETAIL OR IN TWO OIlrWMlitrt 5e111M ut '
e: YOU EVERY DAY MARCILLA FAROI nil.UNIVERSITY*... mf CAI... 4545 ...... 51.1. all PR 4.435. role, I Wtcki IUIINIM spa lot IIrv WH from m ut
ntrin it aurlIts. IIRVKI ..
W M. IUCKMANNAN lit pie msmIlll w'II' l ll' los ANOLI' RIAL IITATI DIRECTORY I'MO'lLI' ''''-a 111751C0.
hills C. SRO' ER Haws Pwsy IN L. ANOLI
IlIs liii. 0s1 I .It 41 HMMM hr t N MUn FR Hi __
llfan.AVAIUILI '
E until It rented: HIV. ... ... O. J.ANOLRVAUOclATIi
fORm! NOVIMIf 1 DHmtMim, Ctntral Met 5 .
E IF RENT YOUR LOSS Ont ten wltli Inctmt pnnrty I M. 1 both. Fit. rm. btln| 54 p' ". ..."w'Uiltr. HOME HUNTING LOOK!
.n....., rm. Nm Khun, Nl HctlMCM 3781121 ;57P43.DOWNTOWN .
1 i II _...W. if town IMM.IN .' .. m-1411 day. I
r.a IS: PER DAY 1 IS.: 'REALTYm'lIw Aerob I. tt town HMvtyrcni : Taylors s INTIRI SUITE ECONOMY zsrJLEUssmsi;
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5.olsgs lollolls to. 11555105 al otikM MtUtbu. Out tr MI.RsaClISW. .
r THI HOSft YOU way suits Fn. rVOTl UN NWIIIII..U.hunt toWM 151 W. Univ. Ass. 44l1370337& H .... 151155/155 15115544155.. 0213
;: Ml Ftr mo. .. II tt ,., yIN $$65 JMo lIR WAITING, P00 S s.Ni..... 5, :I .Moms M. :v..... Rooltorktttti KnuM MllAcnoHhomiW.lHtwt Fir*. MM HnnltoriiirI town all mtormo.trw : L XNI,, II Mm It Only IMOO. UN. town.Wl .
mt. Fhono J7J-W71.
= MT mt. .. II." Ps, day Su1115' krdlalLwWy" .P15,11 .I. I. Mctouthim cCim, T.' C. FnnkRoty OtufIR HAJOO. mR P11551 P5 ...... M IwlMM lMt.ltMwt.
_. X1.51501 confess ,Rty. 41 tcral wim .llnnWt. Mm. W. Nl I .,.| bum,IIJU LUXURY .. ... .
{ r HI MT ..1.1.54 ,., wyM ... "? .....rltnlnt.Wilklnt 1.-" ...... I NW IIV. I bMn Ci,51... IMALL. aTO". 50 ...... cosSal, 517111,5. 4 .11. I htm, pna.
"" It LNttowttA > I ctr sods 55115511 1st. lastSinai .. _.,.... .
swam d0miIS: MARY MOELLER. REALTOR MARY MOELUR. REALTOR Itmlly room, hum kikltcntn I
,. -- .. u.. Mr lay 2 & 3 bedrooms I Muit M mown to ... _'''. IMo. ', boyse Ttr.MM walls PHA5515 IQIf W. Unrnnlty ...... FR o-MH Hit w. UnrnrtHy Am FR *.40I FMtnt d F* Mffltr FR *. I maw ...,... New ttninitor

1 = M ttr mt y, .." NT.fer NEAR UNIVIRMTV ''OF. 'FLOR :aln5.1:...,..CNIa.Jll.Mt Mltr. ftf.... j 11 sonUnIv. Modlcol 110M.." .tchool..... OtM...... .-.nrnSntohtiFORDYCI.... I .... -,. ""." """* SMALL. M ..... 04,71 Ffttnt VtM7l.nomt .

ay..r. IDA 'leT MIN Snomwl sap..Y In.--, csnselaa. IocaIIoII M AHOCIATII INC DAN IYRDi768268. IN BETWEEN ": : ":' mna n
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= m Mr mt MT MyPI begs hot. flees 1155 down, vtluto Hkjh.IMM
........ I OWN/N. I .11. bilk Mull. orcr.OIIA $/ INC. 1M W. lots.Ssol05 m-IIII Court Moos. Throo end 4 IR A
; = Ftr mt. .. ... ,., fer Garogii & carport i Itroo4_ tttiritt'illn. I willi 15nlro lINt. Low dais psi.Ms. P05 'TO' WARINOUf' modals' from IIMN .to ...... M M.ignt .
Pla .....) will = .hbY.IN .- pds d I .",. 115 '.L 11th ,... I PId W. Vale.Rso m-tl -THill. FLIAMNO CHOICM _. dos ..... MNrUt, II..'.... I. |... town'i bkjgtit wtocttonlFt
::: SIps, mo. ., .111 ,., day 373.7551. NW IICTION -I IR. I MM 351.1....
Formica cablntti M ACHII it ten mo DUFLIX. klMlM tontUto!
DON'T MISS THIS Mr WARIHOUM TIN .... .. In ......".. M .Jntiiitnt t. pie KM.pirrlek .
: HI Mil MT My Bullt-lt klfchtmTtrrazxo : J. J. FINLIV ARIA we MvtIXCILLINT tnothor trtct if M also tort IMALL iltrtctn Htm FURN.ttry Hut *it Mt.
: = ; loon ...: nice __ ........ IItIe> TRULY LOVELY HOMEAt NISI. of .....* Itch of Hun CMI .,. $15541101. 311013 Mom_kitMrltl_ Cwltr /., dad PIe_, 172-1471. w vilit Mitt. tjffMW.
J = piper ass .. MM ,., wy Bath 54 N .II. W....... dNtlmm.s N Motor. Otrdtnt ...* ml. louthof Insets b toctto.. tn ttvot1 hkNorth 0II11J11aADVlIMITH.. RIALTOR 5,. tl PH4M Mn tr4 M. Mttthtm n.MMVI >. HI 21rtl ..... sad Silk T_.
vanltln -- .. Campus M 441. I IR t Mew 5555. do
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Prksd r15nt. Delve by, p1511 PN trim M1bl.Ihi 4 ten Mrcol OODD MIpMrM5. es.e aasw 551141515.' 0.01\-\ = 0,5.. 1111
Ftr sob I ... NT day ntrHMMl ItcMltn, 3.4133 s PR 1421. titty mlltt Muimnoftfmt iCJMoi fratniy pMn/sb MM, H.ymr4
= ml S 55droem. MsoMus peals .WOODROVSEAYTnt Xltncy, J.ti. :i."lt'ltIUDL .... I IR ntnVMi. ......, I ,M, .. ,. MIMI". PI
a. Saw lrkt. It ail will :ins Maui lulldorN rick 11 flrmiM vtntrlw Mint' IM p., 47311. GAINESVILLE'SYEARS
$11,250-$12,550 down Saymmt s.d Imm.diatsSeeup.55Y. M tout .bull INI Am. n. MULIUNOItfkiilMInnnnt I
378.1411 NIW1IRRV' I IR CCI Hunt I: \\i. 1 11
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tor ult ky Mtn HM cull trM C.LMd PrapdyLOTS
M sloe/ see "DOWS Y01MMaly .41 p.m. 114 Nl 4ft Ass Lttor byttnl. tr 15.... Ctlf. iwntr, Htltlty
'UALIPIIO 1Iuyor, "HA Rna s. Ml tn Mrmi if MM Him wUtitWBtMy ,. .....
TO PLACE YOUR .ICIJ 0tJer." ... : M-IM. I.I I. ,..H4n.. ".5 Phelit 47
Int -
I bloc S .ims.. Ou/54N 415 Ilrom" FOR Rf NT OR IALI t IR, ,to. RETAIL' Oil IUMNISI slice ... BUTLER BROTHERS
t .. . .... III I .mars *. HH. 1bo rani I Mtdn ntrtti tl Sass I
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:: SUN RENTAL I tt mt *. RtMllllH CCI. MM pb1.IsIN. .. ........ cm Ntvtt Paws, m
.... 118419 N. Mo.... FR MMI !
P1.515 4M1SliS
$$1 lOO( ) cas"" VA nmMtHM Ape WANTED TO IUY FROM OWNIRR I. 0'

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I dawn. I ytin tn Itttnctb JIPkt d.siel. ""' ...... N./. WMOUII hl.5r. uWIllsse-r"-o.MI 1Mlsy McCOY'S. I
I : :MIRda1: L.... 5515. 1141515. I'

J IS Mouss Mr .d. M. M.. ERREALTYEXCHANGORS I. "sN s".,....7M.... 4/ Raw Pit 1555 MACOMA I, 16,000 "up 1.I' .

,N UI". II'N'IJ 0N $$395 cash FVAHUGH NOM 'all MlS I
115 bum RaN. 5101, R I bs0esrl. w 1441 0. 5 CLIAN CltM .I", dally' mall HOM.SIN I LOW PHA DOWN PAYMENT I
.+ W.II45dsCiPM. MOM. OR M4M 141 Av5. S naI d. p 015 I'
a15r 1 '.M. ........,.. m.SIV piYm.5115 55 M 15.A1. CS. tlKMMt.It d3'Nt51551001 NOTHING DOWN VA
Oilntivlllf. flnf Mtncy tutllflUtt .. 55'115. bum, M 555, lit JMI4JJ.FURNIIHIO. THI MIFFHSON" I ICII.
53 TO JAX Can
1 ORIAT ".. otttrtunlty. WIM I ,$ 'aW.I.prop 7yso AtcliHii I 1 51555 w dawn Pa. PRP51.11 looses M 01.55'Won ,
H In* MWIIM ItN144551 H. Wtynt Or"K'mCtrelyn yw Call Hlylktlt. SW IW A. I I'I
ir.. Raw ki MtMtrt trot tor your sill$4Aaysny ptrrMin Wayne D. Minn Rasps call viKSK\l:r I I'M. MA .,;.....,,- ctlonltl ......., I
toll n
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I \! = Custom wIN tor frKltuo Said EDWARDS T If Out .! TtwRIUWANNII ... .,. MVIIimtM. .. i.w rrBwnyCltt. Swam Hjry.Itw Rum Witt ,rIvas M.Ffttnt 05515105 M pr55N05. ..15141.pill' .
1 BVMI. HUM FtarMl Rum = := = Nt.'C *ti. ftymtnt. CM .,.*' 5,115. 115 015 141. 55554 ad .$.. IiIoIIce lIMo wirs

5 tS..&: : 3BtiSM : INC. .. .d1as15irsd. .-inilltifTNAfntndnT. _lint COUNTY I- Soad.NSd.FR "IM.. 014 NI fad 0. .N1ISN. ..51.,. u-/. d with all trtt penury WHHMtrtft FERN WOOD: MANOR;

.. II .no 55 155555555 510. CIne Mnty to lIMo ttrvkt tn.I .
l. Jwn. Iou,", mll.rl,- ,..., tntitl .... COLORED UNTAU
.r | 0e555. 755,5 5m lIe' S.d
IM I'thiitl- ...MT-1'-:: = 2909 NE 15th St. l AII. lw"TllW.V' 15.1. NM i1/55tsI 51 Mbt ....... rasa 55* SYIN50.a de555,111155 / .
M will tntt ir toll tutrWit. Cawm 76-7971 .ee. IIOMI. 5 ,". 5 PATH Dsr.. IttutmH ttta NOW RENTING 'p155555 5.51151 12,250up; .

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yy "I '. IN.*. ...' 5,55 .M tile mash ..... It
;; Jts: 01X11 COUNTY plea tttrtmtnlfc lass Mr a Inny 0 Artktr
ifili :: $400
.. luwtnnti Fit. pnId1Y54014, 1101,15. Ira. 0wd.rrl kllcNn will lW ; UP. 1041/5 5155 -. 5v1,5' ruso WIllI
I t. conttt nttf rlv.RbSea.X71 L S/sIa4M.SNUNnsar . 5 55555055 dN4n5 5550 40. 1- :riOTHINQ DOWN VA
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[ NMnaO pee ant ttwi ItnM si M1pr tilt ttUll. WMI 11505 Itmlly room will tlroMtct
ST HIIG 'e"' t=,' ,. It 515 545 wits 1.151 Nell sod b..uNlu1 dlsry psls11M. $100 Closing CoM
Hull RrMI.a III MIl /.an TOM U. ORIINI RIALTORMtnflt Mot tor wttMn. midilmt, tniMM. TM "\., ....... M III 1551
1 1. .... lulUor .. Noes Rrpl.a Is Partly' N. 0,1.1,,. Autdttt Mntn. lit il Nl. MMttr. wim m irttefttt twt urrM >
r. L55stsd N II.W. 171II ,,- 5M KHtdtn totiurat .....11- ...... PR ..OH. tr em tor tmlnhrmt m New Hemtii tnt rttr tttn will ;1516PER ,
14 btfraomt kvlll.In Hreh.Mttwltintnt .1 5 ..-. ..
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N. dourer all. v' 5 'ItA T4.15. d is., trim kMutliully. tUttntr 4HI MW Will FfcTh :' ..
: MII-N 5NM4P55.... ....... N" M54h ... IIIJi al.d GOOD BUY NEW WALK TO SCHOOUS
N1sd ,$", I _
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.11.IId lai New Ml MM* t. Ml shut rs: Nan. d 4 5 =1. "..:"'!. : : MODELS RANCHO GRANDE 4 IR, Irlck Front CoI.M..II.hl.. ... ,
\ ( era II'.W. 111 PNss S 4551 5/5155 apse MOUM NIL,.. 5.54 ::. C.u T. 0. .., r .
sea ear 315511 M 14515115tr. Wrautr, cutton "1IIIIr. n mini a NN footrty MUniv. Mew I E*-" t Mini, ttudy, 'rlcl.$15,12S. $U5 DOWN
Aviv Op.D.IIp
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/1 55 BUSINESS-- T .... It, I7th $t. _IIowIIo N. 515... m 155 DIRECTIONS. Otto Was eIIi t6lk A,.;Turn

5x113 MMINISW I3lh tt.ZONIO CoIeeIII ... ..........." .. NW Wn M. L.ft.n II' St. .r .?tIt Tprpep.' .::
SERVICES IA _5 ...... iad 555'S.I '
Mllllt I all Jit.tITn.t 55015555. 5 555115.A. nANNINa TO BUILD"Las "
TV. P11. 1ItGI1. ,...., Butler '

I 5Sf WMiN. Ml 1 WALTER STUBS ut Dive you an 'ntlrmlt BrbthcrsBUILDERS

I' : I A 4 Bf3JrMM Madill 'I .......... on comractinQ your ,--*-
JHADOWUWHUTATIf j1.M 5551 ...... lIP he. mw _tom ham. :
Home And Business ...51.155 CallGwaldorV.Q' McCoy BAIlY'l7i54J: NIGMT IT<.;04I
P. D. OLIVER a0sss 15 11,55 05 Phone J7'-5J94 Dov..FR7290
| oVt OF FIRM' 11.1.. 351 AmSs TwwrteIIt. Nile FR 6-301J or
IsIIylds05 ItNw Y.
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...1'" R15Nr105 S .-'to OI/Ioe UcaJoI MN.
a MII_' *> mtronitirtut .... .0055 m JH Plod.COMPARE A3BedroomHomeFor
milt, till t-lrt .NrnV'ndk ftS .00 tre YOU NIIO FtorkM. nun w A........., ,-.. 55544 w >l1
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W..... 5551.T ......... $55 5155 w ISIS.PR :
.. "I 3.155 Less Than $80 t
:: = ::.:: 1;.... .. 155151.11 : L55rNaw.

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Don Byrd Ph. 17tVll7SF Me. IM 014111
: tnt .1W5451. M kNrM t.
tie 0/15111 4515.. Tswls 2N 0555r.W. RoofingC.
wii1lplL1ICM1Y5nd14i. M walrt Ce..HN YES HighlandMoner
'. m' R.M.0.' L. HARRELL Dirt/I, SAVE! n. wmriiw tn low ssd45.
J. 0. 5151P41 IM...... C.Yrt
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.. n.N1sNy1t100 4tttntt1 labs ..). ... ..... 44.aMnl .
.. $ 115
M 51515
N I ,rr- nsdmava.idles .... ...... h. bdek MS TMr .......... 151 ...., lor a54aP5ney
... FHA AI.O CONVIttTWNAL ........ hi -sal I
..... .. ISI4 and it includes
t ** il sill w. UNIV. :: FK VMII I u........, ...... 55''d .55.. ISO N.W. I4A PI 14.000. 1110 N.W. 2Mb A'.. IIMNW.2MPI. :

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1 I
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: 55A S SI 55117 5550- I pm 4751 r. 01115 4111 II.W. 4120.4121 N.W.1M
; ..w. thie __ *
MI'. NINIIIM55. 551.51555 501 a, i lilt Tar. i. TIIM.W.llHifc. / Built. In :Tappan Oven end
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... 5 ww. to Mr Mr. T.kabs.1M1.1A. 551 115 \ ,.SRS I....
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r AUTO OLAM CO. .... .
WI511 ,. .. ...... .. 4111.IZfM.W.'M
= 3D N .I1.w. -SARA. -onSaw "'= .. Imp 5.15
"A'N"'" .. /, ExehHtVo Swim Club

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;:;)n-U.......... ....". -" 110 JM0 "' 1 0 5"51152. ;;;;7"t' ..... 41_ s.dIsowIsso $'ITd511p $10,000 Norwood / Attracthrc convtnitnt locorion
..dmp54i SepI 1111I lor Paso SM5iM 154511 55.5.515. S. ......... ..... ..
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::: iltVICI iu,PLY UM It /bs .511//15 No Monty Down L.... _ts_ i.... lIP tf Pierson NflfUfM

M MOM. FR .) ,' Y=TMAI.VS. "iWIU SPillS SMS ... ........ ...... nomit.1 tot..... by M.W.....ISM.....Ass.. ....Shams,. en your lots .5...Isp.. ....114155.Iv4III _4 s....4 "H'" 'IPSE.

:: ADVERTISE THE by : ":;; = 'm.m'l""prd.
Moo. 'DERNPAINTING : W. Trade Hanes SEE IT TODAY1. ..

w SERVICE DIRECTORY PSuorln1il- We leas ....... Isis. ........ ,.,..... =-: halve= S or Property .. .. ._. .
s-N soas
TILIVISION CO.CONSTRUCTION b ntl.tM nit. ...... tmtl little M lil o$4Iu. 51s5

I SSSy ......... ..... .. sop. tsw I, $4 555 rlw5. AU OUR NOM, All

Appraisal. It"... Pat 554 luau ...... ....... a ..... MM .. At* two $56.00 111555 5555551--pals 155554115" M. S far OI'ITI.... You TO I*

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.bur./. ((...'I'n'i:! ,.....' rHO I LL"' 511...110111.. .".w NOMII A OITK>NIIMOOIlINt Skill hush N 1lSP IS55eshl. $ mi .
1 T.Shrde.S. 5115 0 yaw IIR VIC* ............. THI JAMt CO. a M. 4* inirrn lit.
:: 21P w. uN/V. Av. /I6 A3M 5415.55 M 5R es Ova D Tttn 1-," Ml .Weds UlPtoM 4511R. **.
c--$ .Ii All All .. 112.2527imlq. :

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LL..SWINO* HIATIR MUTUAL' MUTING No UI M l.r.. ... IT1.J5H I' H15B 5 OEl .... = :.. 1555. :. 111110 :. 9'1.t
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ed to be waiting in the.driveway ,. j
fc (ConitowMl ft m.Page 21)) '
F Fr
where Oswald could be
MI stood up In front of theBBwamen I II
Into it as soon as he emerged
and cameramen. uimmThat 7. : : : '; I'll'much '
: : from the elevator. When he
P Curry had told newsmen they reached the: designated point,
ii would not be allowed to the car was just backing toward In .He .
.ask questions of the suspect, it but hadn't yet reached Your r. I1. _
but they did ask them, and'' ;T was Friday'night the way through the crowd. The' confusion resulted, that It. ..
the shouting became .so tumultuous night of the assassination. Th third floor was. In effect the Ruby was able to slip In unobserved Jack. Ruby was standing
that after a moment, situation ;Vas news center of during 'and stand with the where the) car should have
neither questions nor., answers the same all day that period. reporters No one today is, .sure. been. He had a pistol under his Whet Is This :
'could be heard. It was
Saturday not Improvedby
coat, and no one could move
Chief of Police Curry "ap- exactly how he got in. -
Ruby attended that press con the fact that police officials peared In interviews on tele- Topping off the whole confused fist enough to keep him from GREAT SOCIETY: ;
ference. No Identification was and the district attorney discussed vision and radio at least a mess the police tuning was using It. ,14NttXTt I
required and he had none. He the cue and the evidence dozen times during NoD- off. An automobile was suppos Wly did Of weld km We're Promised? :
:simply got between two reporters '11. pretty freely with the 24," the Warren Commission r ''I I: 11
and shoved Us way inside. press as they shoved their reported."He .
":'" did not attend any of the .REGISTER/. FOR fREE Does it include more food and credit to Russia?".

; Interrogations of Oswald Captain Does it Include a continually Increasing national debt *, -I
I.! .r Fritz's office except: at the HALLOWEEN : TREAT (up 4 times In 4 years)? ;\ r" :
.. beginning and toward the end .
w... of Sunday morning's session, Winner will receive their choice of any Item 'In store Does It Include continuing :scandals "in Washington
Cardig n he' received his Information (up, to $10.00 valuer just clip coepon and come and more Bobby Bakers? .-

...:; ,,, Big through Captain FrIll and other register.'Child guessing J 'nearest. number of penniesIn Does it include more threats of the withdrawal ofFlorida'
sources Nevertheless, in sessions pumpkin wins.J I' missile and' bases? -
Dammwi .navy
... with the newsmen on Friday -------.1--- I
,J-,... Shetland and Saturday he gave detailed 1 ... "'I f, \,. I Does it include more promises of boondoggling Federal
Adults 'I' :J
.... information on the progress I projects I In areas where votes are needed?

,-.... ."of the case ,against.'Oswald. ( Name . .. >) e,.?v\ JP..I . ...1 Does It' Includ. more 'Soviet troops and missiles.In
,.-. f. Cuba? .
... The Interviews became so numerous J! Address . . : | |. ..
..... .w.
and id detailed, thatJ. .g r --- : I Does It Include continuing careless disregard, of security ,
o.-, .' Edgar Hoover, director: of '| T.I.phon. Number . t : : sass procedures In high places? ,

cause the FBI the became chief of concerned police! and be-Ms 'I- SPecific 'tem'; '.3 fIn: l i '1J. 1\"i' 1 Does it Include continuing concentration of power In

-F,.>.r formation associates from were FBI giving reports out In-as J. .selected ;r, t' P : r' . . I Iii Is this Washl the 'GrMt? Society Is this "Moving Forward. ?"

.4.. soon as they. got it ,_ _, _ _1 lerry Goldwarer has sold "A Government big enough
1 -" Finally, after Oswald was : '1"('':t I 1\ t* five you everything. Is big. enough to lake It ell
..... shot, Hoover sent a personal : '''r."
... message to Curry asking him : Ii.I..Ii.iIIAddnss I
i.: "not to go on the air any I I
more" until, the case was resolved : I You Know He's Right!
",".'. i "
i.t i. In the. midst of i.all this., Os' | . ." \.\. .l..l.I f . ... star ... ,) :. .

t :: wald remained relatively calm. I I T.I.phon. Number,....,. . i., . I
.. He refused to answer any questions \ \ ',i. I j
: that might have linked I No. of Pennies' in Pumpkin . . I
p1r him with the President's slayIng I I GOLDWATER
; ;
;' which be denied. There r
... was no tape recorder nor stenographer .
r ;;; ., 13thPHARMArY'CORNER ;
to the office but r- 1
; Give him a rangy 100% wool Shetland ports by Felts" and by federal :
and you can do no wrong. Add a suedone trim FOR PRESIDENT
: I at the pockets! perfect! Hand woehoble. officials who were present
:: 'In cornel and lovat green. agree closely. Oswald" N.W.: 13TH. ST.. AND 16TH AVE. ,A '' ,/pol Adv, W. for by Goldwotor. far Prttidtnt, Coma
t They showed that was
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... Come In Cheese Anything' In the store of the police.: Ho de- NesWl/a./ 1tR imrtl itletettitltlrteennteae MNInIII nswvtuss rueNnua e..e,
i ';: MB to $5 FREt e.. $5 OFF en say Meas.I nied owning the rifle that killed -
I -''.. -- ...: the President, orindeed, any d f tI)11iC j J Ja
p- rifle. When asked why he carried .
the pistol that was taken .
Adult' Namo . .. '. '
j IIi, . j,. ,. from him when be was arrested ,
I /I he said "you know how boys
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