Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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: ( the offensive. His
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I. gan George Romney national committeeman John
p ,"!"f'.' Vy ,, emerged today as the strongman Martin, called for the dumpingof

II at the ballot box of a Republican la se, Goldwater's personally selected
d. shattered by chairman of the Republican -
',y: +)v' 4r party
President Johnson's towering National Committee, Dean
presidential election victory.In Burch.

t N the almost incredible vote V$ Burch, clinging to his 130,000-
tI I avalanche In which Johnson year Job, found some "encour
V ; i i iY registered strongly In nearly aging" signs In a debacle In
A 4 every precinct outside five which Goldwater won six states
Southern states and Arizona, and 52 electoral votes to John
Romney won re-election by son's 44 states and overwhelming
cutting deep Into Democratic ; 486 Electoral College ballots

Detroit, upping his previous 1 .
V support in Negro districts and The GOP national chairmansaid

< winning 40 per cent backing the election had established
from those who voted for the a "true two-party system In the
Democratic President. South" which the Democrats
Defeated GOP presidential debated hotly, had won more
nominee Barry Goldwater has than M million voters to "the
he does Intend conservative philosophy"
said not to yield '
GOP S Winner
Biggest Detested, But Unyielding "fis
the reins of the Republican had ended the campaign
party. But he conceded that he gravitate to the support of Rom- him. But he listed Romney as cally sound and strong"
thinks the GOP will pick "an- ney for this somewhat politically an unfathomable "Mormon Johnson, with more tam 41
other man to run" In 1961 "and dubious honor four years preacher" million votes from 91 per cent of

as of now that would be fine hence. The Arizona senator said Romney, who wouldn't back the nation polling places was
with me." during the campaign he could Goldwater actively became of playing the part of the magnanimous -
it M1t It would require considerable understand why some. "moder the letter's vole against the winner. He had rolled up

V VV'9 reorientation for Goldwater to ate" Republicans didn t support Civil Rights Act, already was one (See ELECTION, Page t)
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V'V 89th Year, No, 105 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMbER 5, 1964 NK:'*T ,a ;!;r'.cllk: :
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l ;. More Fighting Flares

1 During Bolivian Revolt


New Military Regime

Battles Loyal Resistance

aj" VV. LA PAZ, Bolivia, (AP) Fighting continued In La
V IAP Wire***. .. lilt Sun militia
Paz Wednesday night a* unitA loyal to deposed
Good President Victor Pal Estenssor resisted the nation's new
A Cowhand Too Potlnah
.. military regime
,President Johnson shows h.'. good at rounding up more things than rote as he Seven persona were reported pled by police and strafed mlllwtiarnen
. ...put hia hone Lady B through the paces of corralling 4 Hereford yearling on his LBJ llllid and 10 Injured is air force on a hill near the cap*.
, Ranch yesterday planes attacked building occu- tal. Students and workers also
attacked the building held by

'h OME ON THE RANGE' TOCETHE1By the police
I'' Pat, 57, who became presl'

I:I Even Hubert Rides Horse]' dent threw 1952, when fled out with a a military popular his family Junta uprising and in

0, aides to Peru In a Bolivian military .

I plane
.' Hi told newsmen In Lima his

FRANK CORMIER gist, looked anything but that a"-' All this coincided with the the future of the vice presidency vice president, Air Force Gen.
JOHNSON CITY, Tei (AP) he moseyed around the ranch on barbecue served buffet-style at an office often scorned-and Gene Bsrrlentos, was to blame
-President Johnson and Hu- a horse which, from an appearances folding tables set up in a metal looked ahead to the leglalativeprogram for the coup I1T! !
bert H. Humphrey, his vice was tame. and well behaved hangar, painted brass green, the Johnson-Humphrey "He wanted to be president so
president-to-be, hit it off In fine beside the taxi strip at the Johnson administration will offer to the he rounded up the air force and
fashion wound a army support and overthrewme
as they up City municipal airport nation In January.
Texas hill country huddle today. The President 'greeted Hum- the ranch ," Pat said "I still have the
Lounging around the LBJ phrey and wife Muriel with an runway. Both men are graduates of the I support of my peoples"Pat
Ranch S miles west of this elaborate Text barbecue Afterwards, Johnson took Senate and hope that, with this said the head of Bolivia'snew
hamlet founded by the President Wednesday. Humphrey In tow for a tour of background, they can work in military Junta, Gen Alfredo
's grandfather, the nation'stwo Hardly had the Minnesota his birthplace, reconstructed on tandem to promote the "Great Obando Candla, "Is the best
of the lot. He was not mixed k
top Democrats celebratedTuesday' landed on the LBJ property the property, and other landmarks Society" proposals that will up
with the others, but Barrlentoswill
which be delights to bear the LBJ brand.
landslide victory. when he Into
was clapped Western showing to visitors. doubtless try to become 'Ar WI...... Oe e1. taw/
They looked much like peas In pants, Western Jacket Humphrey was scheduled to president one way or another."
a pod si they hiked around the Western boots and Western hat Both were In a holiday mood fly to Washington late today Obsndo Is commander of OPPONENTS NOW, ONCE CELEBRATED VICTORY TOGCTUEn
400 presidential acres and rode and, with a mile of encouragement and obviously' enjoying their The Johnsons plan to speed Bolivia armed forces He told Deposed President Victor Fas CalemMre, left;
horses In Western garb. enticed to climb aboardthe visit. several more days at their the nation the Junta will hold Challenger Rene Barrleates, right
Humphrey, a one-time drug- hone Privately' they talked about ranch. power as briefly as possible and
will hold new .1< Pal served as president until U. S. Plans To Launch

United Fund Pledges Reach Absentee 1951, but the constitution barred
his re-election He was elected
again In 1MO and changed the
Ballot Count Mars Today
constitution to permit( Ills reelection Explorer

60 Per Cent of $l OOOO Goal boycotted last May.the Oppositionparties election

Due Frif1nv CAPE KENNEDY Fls. (AP) p m, to start the complex pay
and that the
charged govern- -The United Slates prepared load serous 390 million miles of
Pledges and gifts nudged M sponded when they were asked companies which maintain The tedious job of hand counting men! stuffed the ballot boxes toget today to launch Mariner X I apse for a brief encounter with
per cent today of the $1 0,000 to ,lv,." Austin Mid. local offices to Gainesville The 1,3V. absentee ballots to be the claimed.90 per cent vote which robot explorer, on an Intended the planet next July &7.

goal today In Alachua County's The medical center went five goal wad $13,000, and contributions added to Alachus County's unofficial Fax Pat also had been bevel by I'.*month Journey to Mars to U successful, the unmanned
1965 United Fund campaign. per cent over its foal of $7,900, and pledges hit 111700, or ( vote returns won't be deepening economic troubles lake pictures and collect scientific US spacecraft will sweep with-
Keith Austin general chairman giving $8100 nearly five per cent ever goal. finished until sometime Friday and militant opposition from the data lit I,MO miles of Mars and provide

said bright showings by The center has about t iJtno "Sam Berry, chairman of that Registration Supervisor M r .. tin miners' union led by his A powerful'IorJ.1a1l AtlaaA the first closeup Information
employees of the J. Hillis Mil employes, working In 41 departments division, told me he expects a Alma Bethea said (this morning former vice president leftist ( na Rocket was set to blastoff ever obtained abort the
ler Health Center and of national Eleven departments little more still to come from the canvass board had not yet Juan Lechln. between 1:21: p.m. and J.17 planet. Many astronomy be.
firms brought the pledgesand reported 100 per cent participation people working in national the absentees hive Mars harbors a bade form
begun" opening
contributions up to 195,773 employees ,In firms, Austin said. of life such .
among COLLEGE BOARD as vegetation.The
Mrs. Bethea and JR. TOLI)
in reports at the weekly UF only 12 departments did more Persons employed at the University Wednesday. National Aeronautic and]
luncheon Wednesday. than half the workers refuse to of Florida have given ether members el BM canvass Space Administration said Mar
Mora help Is needed In the give, Austin said. tlU41.115, Austin said, with the hoard County Judge H. R. bier t will not be able to detect I
McDonald and County Commission Local Laborers Need
three commerce divisions and Howard King headed he drive still underway. The goalat life but I* to gather Information
Chairman a. M. Davit -
in house to-house collections if campaign in the health center UF It WOO. the signatures. the needed to design life eeeklng
the goal is to be met Austin National firms Includes sQ (See FUND, Page S) absentee compered envelopes and the official Technical Job Training capsules which the United

said. registration roll State* hope to land on Mar In
drive ends In ten days It -- -- -- IMt
The After the absentees are opened By cur CORMIERSM School Board, she stressed !the /
. opened Oct. 19. VMTEl: ) FlUND. BI UCTINlyurnr they win be counted and add Edacalkw Writer needs for training employee Mariner project manager
Jack N. Jet
James of NASA's
Austin placed a wreath of the rettsms here
ed to precinct Between I,7W and I.MO work-
verbal praise on the brow. of Awrn n ai <:* # it* '* *** reported to the registration office era to Calnflvl t'. labor force Greene said the city Propulsion Laboratory\ said/
experienced (there better than 50 per
at the medical center nJhLRttunt
workers Tuesday are M need of technical: Job difficulty filling polio
national firms from the machine at cent chance of obtaining sijnuV
and In The J. HOI Miller Health Center went ever' the training the manager of the thins bi four major areas: data about Mars with lilt
"Both these divisions well the 8 precincts will be checked local State Employment Agency drafting cant
top Monday its United Fnd Drive by kittingItf surveying, construe
ever their goals and this was per cent at Ms allotted quota Mere than |tKM and the write to vote tabulated told Alachoa County's Junior ton and data processing.Dr. twin shots.
accomplished only through the tJ has been raised to date by the onita of the Meee the final report of college a d v i s. r y committee Evans said a .."great .
hearted of Tuesday's general election la Wednada,.
generosity ef Medicine
warm Health Center with the College topping need exist for trained tams '
those many persons who re- the list with approximately W per cost of Us seat to Secretary of Slate Tom Ralph Prescott MM of four and medical technicians to Ala.thus WHERE;

quota, contributed .r pledged. Adams. officials appearing before the General Hospital and the
Howard King division cbairmaa for the Health Center, Raised The absentee vote b not expected commute*, said a "substan University of Florida Medal! TO FIND IT
Gridiron the efforts of team captains and department workers alike to keepng to affect any race to tier number of Jobs bi government Center The need win be even I
the drive gouig at full speed and to thrir handling of the many TUH'b,'. elerf Mi whirl saw positions are going in greater when the Velerkns Hospital Cemks t. II
Greenbacks details required to make K a complete success. the Democrats take Ala c hue filled] here because applicants opens, he said. CU.wr1 2Q.2I
However, King said that the real credit lee the success of the County k DM first presidential are MC qualified.Gainesville Porter said the lebsslBoard Ift .eteiMmnt 19
Drive goes to the many hundreds of people st the Health Center via ISM 144Substantial City Manager W, hired Ml nonlhstructlonsl Obttuerw . 2
Winner who gave from their heart as well as in** pine to help put this Republican III' r. T Greene Dr. W. C. Evans employee, and of hoe Os-iflM/SJ; *' 4
many /. .
campaign ever. glee to Gainesville preelacti CauMsvUI I physfclsa and
Page 12 One of the nurse aide put it simply but ekxjueoUy when she were counterbalanced by large Ralpt rVter. director of ado are unable to advance an toast W.....,/* .' .10.11

said "After all, Gatnesvflle to ear home and we Ute kt ben.* (Se AJ! rrD:. Page tl mbtistrttlv services for ft* (See COLLEGE! rage I'

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2 Gainesville Sun Thursdey, November 5, t

:: PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. Weather RoundupZONES More AboutElection FIRST BROTHER TEAM SINCE 1803


Senator-Elect RFI Visits

From Page 1

C vote.about .4 per cent of the total Bedridden Senator EMKBOSTON

A-r.my" el...." mN' fetltY. ..,,see
1Mlshf. sn. rrlew. H.- New 71 At his ranch near Johnson

Ie_sa Lew.NhIM. .It, .II K I lwly City, Tex., the President and his AP Forhours tw
I. "' Ie II"lito hwr. eMN .,. ( ) -
wife welcomed Sen. Hubert H. the US. Senata'i first

BCEFHI-Partly F Humphrey of Minnesota, the brothers team In 1(1 yean

cloudy through Friday. High E vice president-elect and his wife swapped quipe and digs at i
today 80 to 8S low
tonight 60*.
rgi for brief Hum-
W a visit before the hospital bedside.It .
.. + Northeast winds 10 to 20 ..
miles hour phreys set off on a vacation tripto was the day after election,,
and Friday
per today -
Ifr the Virgin Islands. and VS. Sen-elect Robert F
and 1 to IS mller
hour tonight per Johnson's observation on the Kennedy, D-N.Y., hustled fa

O Partly cloudy through Friday H election results was: "I doubt New England Baptist Hospital

,fm,krltf aarly" morning. ahowan poa- that there ever has been so Wednesday to exchange congratulations -
IbM slylades/ 71 N low KKilfMooa. sn..f
Norffioatttriy were. II to M mtln many people saying so many with his younger

r /0 r Hour_ Partly/ cloudy through, ",.. things alike on Election Day." brother, Sen. Edward M. Ken-

.f.fr ewe,. fm AIM ..,1, morning' thaw "011.aaotierM Humphrey said the Johnson nedy, DMass.Bobby .
Neon today Mir to. tow tonight
F''R I taut :M. Normotltorly winds, ,* to Nmiin GAINESVILLE WEATHER landslide "means good, stron, emphasized hi was

/ I J 1 -.per Portly tour. cieufyell "'''or. Municipal Airport readings leadership for the nation" that only visiting Boston, a Joking e y I Irt

Ftw MlgH today krlrt garly oround M morning low Hnient MOWN tow for 24 hours to I am. today "Is good for the world." Con reference to campaign charges R

Wt r or (Norlliooilorly win* 11 I, N min : High 77 at 2 pm, low gratulatory messages poured Into he was a carpetbagger In New

'ocr'r.nw' CIoWy mro.a,,. "Id.,. M at S a m. No rainfall. the winners from all over the York.
;. "... ar1M snw.n. "I", New .bout CIOAO. Ky TIDII from Ted, who scored a topeided!
M low styfd" 71 II 71. NerM..Nrlyrld.y II I II oral globe, Including a pledge
High : o m 1:It
... .tr w''_ 1. II II mom ./.. .hour. ,.... Low at I:41 .,... ana: |:n pm. the: Soviet Union's new leadersto election victory for a six-year
T.MPICATYeea.LewoaeWmM term In the Senate, kidded Bobby
F ALMANAC seek accommodation by negotiation -
= today n..s .m. Nifk LOT Proclo.Ntw about his smaller margin lathe
-,.. tOmOTfVWVllllkl .. ,.., Jaektanvllla nlt! .
Miami York election.
101_'" ""' ...., ,..7 79 7. New
m. .. of alan
T.mo The Romney
/IrN" OuMw ..... II A/IMl,. II 71 N emergence Their meeting was loud and t

rltao PLANITIJuoltor .. a.n ,... tMtonVanut Orloang 7f II 15 17 outstanding COP vote getter full of laughs. Bobby brought
( turn, hi wvlliwMl 10 Of s m. New YoN 17 rn did not necessarily mean that his wife Ethel, and Ted'swife
101.... n 1... .. "If. ... along ,
e 0 rimon ...... ..... ... IIIS" ..... Chle W"'Oft,'. 70 17 .M the moderates would rally Joan, completed the quar.
U now at Parlhallc. KMU4. City. dl as around him In their fight to
I AlT' GULP Marlhaatlarly" wlndt" '". Wwlh .. !It A regain control of the party. The Reporters waiting outside the
It lo N knoll ana ........
gonarally 17.
... .. favorite of
Michigan a
Ihrough FrMtyBarry. 10.",. II 5 .II governor, room had trouble distinguishing
Eisenhower, did not reveal himself which brother was talking. One YOUIX DO CAMPAIGNING NEXT TIME TOO'

as a team player when the newsman explained, "They both Seaator Ted Kennedy Tells WJfe, Joaijp

PushesConservatism moderates tried unsuccessfully sound so much the same, .it's before Christmas. -

through the candidacy of Gov impossible to tell. They talked about problems'fn

William W, Scranton of Pennsylvania .,)lie added, wistfully, that both both Massachusetts and -New
to halt Goldwater's sound like their older broth-
e Just York. One subject was more

nomination er, the late President John F. work for Navy yards. and air ,
Not Old Yet Any organized opposition that Kennedy. Ted now holds the
: Enough base locations. ,?
developed. seemed more likely! I I Senate post once occupied by "I explained to Ted"- Bobby" "

: Democrat Jed Johnson Jr, Chickaaha Okla., will PHOENIX, Ariz. (APSen.. of the party made plans to rebuild to come from among KepUDII--I his older brother with John. said, "that I was older ((3S and /,
be 25 Dec. 27, Just In time to qualify him for the Barry Goldwater, determined 10 I the GOP in thcif Image, can governors, with Coy, Robert During talks think I asked Bobby that In our family we had a ,

: 6th District Congrew seat he won In Tuesday' keep the Republican party on i a, Goldwater declared: "I don't E. Smylie of Idaho as one ,Ted If said he ,was"I ruthless." tradition -that, the. older. brother. 0-'

: election. The youngest man elected to Congress in conservative course, heads back. think we can build a Republican likely spearhead. I That was another reference tone : "

167 years, Johnson is the son of the late Jed John. to Washington Friday to handle, party on their concepts which, On the Democratic side, Johnson of the charges made against "Isn't Ted senior to you as *

: son, a former congressman. Pictured with Johnson some of the leftover business 01' In my opinion, have no difference ., appeared to own his party Bobby during the New York senator?" a newsman asked.- i

: are his sinter, )lr.. Joan SUuffer of Tulsa and hismother. the Senate seat he gave up for, at all with the Democratic lock stock and barrel. election fight against Republican "I believe that he brought: ,

: his losing racr against Presl concept. Former Atty. Cen. Robert F. Sen. Kenneth B. Keating. that up," Bobby replied.
dent Johnson. Kennedy, brother of the late The brothers Kennedy, when .
At a concession news confer "Oh, no," Bobby Interjected. .
MIK'S SON president, hardly seemed In any both sit In the Senate will be
For the moment Goldwater'i. ence1' Wednesday, Goldwatersaid He'i been getting pretty fresh

: Dr. Scrgo A. Mlkoyan, 33, anon long-range future remained he does not think the conservative position after his electlon.to the since he's been In the hospital.He the first such combination since
Senate In New York to raise
of Soviet President Anast- obscure. But the beaten RePublican cause "has been hurt anyhallenge' had to have his wife campaign 1803.

as I. Mikoyan, met Informally nominee has served notice at all," despite his landslide to the President'aleadership. > for him." Theodore Foster of Rhode

with political scientists' at the hi plans to spend a lot of time loss. It seemed clear that Ted has been hospitalized Island and Dwight Foster' of

.. University of Pennsylvania In working to lead and strengthenthe Conservatism, he Insisted, Is Kennedy would not have defeated Inca last June when his back Massachusetts served In the '

Philadelphia Wednesday, He Is GOP. philosophy the Republican party GOP Sen. Kenneth B. Keat- was broken In a plane crash. He!U.S. Senate from 1800 to 1803, ROBERT KENNEDY

a specialist In International re- In the days ahead Goldwatei "must cling to and strengthen In Ing of New York if Johnsonhadn't expects to leave the hospital when they resigned. He Toppled, Keating_
carried the state by a
lations. to take of Senate the ahead."
plans some years
record of nearly 25
mall and some other matters Goldwater said ha doesrno plurality

.. DIVORCEDSinger In Washington, then head expect to be'the nominee again million Sen. Edward M. Chinese Russians To Meet

Peggy Lee, 44, and for a vacation with his wife at In 1968, declaring his role Although another brother of the I
her fourth husband, Jack, Del an undisclosed spot. "would be better played" In re-elected in

Rio, 39, have been divorced,, While more liberal member! building Republican organization late president, was lacking
Massachusetts there was -
after a marriage of eight and raising party funds. the element, of significant First Time in 15 Months
month They separated last AboutCollege That la the Job he did beforehe structural challenge to
June 11.Miss More rose to top the Republicanticket.

Y Lee testified Wednesdaythat Johnson when Democratic Sen. Sue Wire Services The Soviet Union and Albania Soviet and Chinese parties. The

r her band-leader husband Goldwater had no specific Pierre Salinger a potential ally, I have suspended governmentand new Kremlin leadership h I a

refused to support her althoughshe plans to offer on the shape of his went down to defeat In Caltfor-. MOSCOW The leaders of party relations some time said repeatedly It would continue
the Soviet Union and Communist .
/ was convalescing from s drive to rebuild the beaten nla. have decided to hold ago. The Albanians have been Khrushchev's policy of

(I"' Wlroohotg It.It* sent respiratory illness at the timed 'f GOP. China the most outspoken partisans of peaceful coexistence with !the

Sen. Hubert Humphrey It their marriage From Page 1 The senator plans to move to More About a level public for meeting the first at time the highest In U the Chinese In the Ideologl cal capitalist! world, seeking a fur

Phoenix eventually but said he dispute. ther easing ot world tens I Ion ..
jubilant ai he poaee for phetogriphert PLAYS POPE lelds because they lack formal! will keep his apartment In months. The fact that Chou En Lai, i The Chinese bitterly oppose this

at LBJ' ranch. training.The Washington. Fund The meeting has been made I and not a lesser figure, will policy.
Rod Stelger, screen tough-, possible by the removal from -
near Stone will, Tei., followIng "I am not seeking employment represent China was regardedby
an overwhelming Democratic guy, plays Pope John XXIII In four speakers recom there," he added. power of Nlkita S. Khrushchev western observers here as of
a movie being filmed In Italy mended that a junior collegi: From 1 It was regarded as the fir tmajor great significance. iJituarteSW.
His went Page
victor In Tueiday'i Washington
Work began Wednesday at here should Include a stronf, auccess of the new re- It was seen as a confirmation .
elections. Humphrey flew to Sotto U Monte Pope John's vocational and adult training to Arizona Gov. Paul Fannin, gime. also of earlier reports that direct 1.1 N..-M ItIIt s.rrM.Nnsh,,. Nnarel

the ranch lor a victory rally hometown. rogram. elected to fill the Senate seal "They are running ten percent Chou En Lai, the Chinese consultations between Moscow W. W. Rice, 73, Pascagoula,
Goldwater has held for 12
with the Preildent. The two The director of the Italian-' The meeting was the seconc Goldwater withdrew from years that ahead of where they Premier and one of rive deputy and Peking had start d Miss,' died Wednesday at his

leading ladies o( the land, French production said Stelger for the advisory committee who were at this stage last year." chairmen of the Chinese Comunist soon after Khrushchev's remov home following a brief illness.
when he the
Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson (let) will not use any special makeup are gathering data to suppon: race won Republican Chester Yates chairman of Party, has accepted a al. Informed sources today said Mr. Rice Is survived by a

In portraying the portly, peasant a request to the State Depart- nomination. advance gifts division, reported Soviet invitation to attend the that agreement on the visit ofa daughter, Mrs. S. A. Hussey

and Mn. Hubert Humphrey, priest. He la interested more ment of Education to establish about $15,000 pledged of a $43,-I,celebration of the 47th anniversary man of Chew's stature could Jr, of Gainesville.

enjoyed a barbecue at ,the in capturing Pope John's spirit a junior college here joint! More AboutAbsentee) 000 goal. Yates said he is optimistic of the Bolshevik revolution 'not have been obtained without

ranch. than In striving for a close,, with Bradford County. he will meet the goal. next Saturday.The such prior contact. !

physical Imoersonlzatlon. Other speakers have been Ed Peck, head of the new bus- Chinese leader Is scheduled The Kremlin appealed today

'FINISHED I invited to the next meeting nesses and professions division, to arrive here today or FrI- I for' an end to "nationalist r

scheduled for Nov. It to pro.sent reported $1,100 collected or ,day at the head of a seven-man '!rowmlndedness and nar.1 I ''E pWesnespa lB
From 1 with about 20 contacts and government delegation tion" in world Common
Gov. Nelxm A. Rockefeller their views. They are Congressman Page edged, party

Indicated today that he consld D. R. (Billy) Matthews t- left to be made Peking said yesterday.The ranks.

r eta(. ers Sen Barry Goldwater'aleadership Ray Phillip, superln- Democratic votes In county pre- "This Is an outstanding showing heads of the government The removal of Khrushchev .....Ie.101.1.. t-ASCII",,. M."' ""_::0 'o.II H..
of the Republican endent ol Sunland Training cincts and In city precincts with of faith by newcomers In ,and Communist parties of all had raised the possibility of a "WHtlWI H. .. Mill M IMd M I 00
PM ,
party finished enter, John Whitford of Spar large numbers of Negro voters our community," Austin said. I Communist countries except surface reconciliation. The for .M "entwtn 1_.", ".''Novtini'01 Clwrch" r 1. .III nu
The presidential race drew the Soviet leader v D t "WMI conducting Hit .. ..
Asked whether the defeated ry and L. P. Hart of the General Earl Scarborough chairman ,Albania will congregate in mer was a per- k... awl* ..NM| M 0...,. c.r.r..
the largest number of voters- division, reported :Soviet capital on this occasion. sonal target for much of Peking' Nry VIM... 6.. unwr tl>. dlrx.lion .
Electric In Alachua
presidential candidate should: plant or the professional .f Oorwyi PWWM ..
NOm Mn
t3,34J. There were 32,818 bitterness. ..
qualified ....
continue to lead the New County.Dr. pledges at 8500. Ills The other countries represented WH' urn* llvM at III NW' till
party ..... ..
H Ion) It G. "' ..
(A* Wlrtohoto H <* voters registered. dIM Novimlxr J. M
York Republican governor Robert Wlegman, vke goal Is $11,000.Mike will be Bulgaria, Orechoslovakla However, Leonid I. Brezhnev, lit Iht Arc' ,., .. Looking at the unofficial returns chairman or East Germany, the new Soviet party chief, and Ino I sec', IIIM' ,.. Surviving, .......
FLIES HOME said; "That has been sufficiently chairman of the committee,, Kreshka, Hungary, i l mll trt duiWM Mr.
answered In the elections" who presided at the meeting : which aren't official until the public\ offices division, reported Poland, Rumania, North Korea, Alexei N. Kosygin, the new ::., WootlMrti t orothtrt Mr.I.rlKHcn.il
President Sukarno of Indo He told newsmen It la abso announced that State Supt. of the registration office sends pledges were coming In North Vietnam Mongolia aid premier, have ihown no tendency Htrdm of II Auguillno ol V..O"..H Go.and f n>.MrWlllor ",.

nesia flew from Shanghai, Red lutely to "revitalize Education Thomas D. Bailey its final report to the secretary slowly.' due to the need to con- ,Cuba, according to Taos, the of. to compromise on the major .e.naanrs I.c'.., nophtwi well M and D.con.frlmd coutim. Ac'lvoANDOIPM -
China, to the US military the Republican party In the will speak at a county wide of state -a distinct pattern of tact many people working incity !tidal Soviet press agency. I issues In dispute between the N0q, ....Iot Csndr"

base on Okinawa today on his atate" He said he had already,meeting of teachers on Nov. 23. party Jumping voters appears. county; state and federal I"' MS, ,. LUCY ANNIe. JAMS
home to Jakarta. voted f tnortl wrvkot tar n. Lucy
way begun such an effort In New Bailey will talk on vocational Eighteen precincts o r flees. Pledges are over $4,000 IMOUIOR aw 11. win' M htld, It 101

: An honor guard and a 21-gun York. education and Junior colleges. the Johnson Humphrey ticket The goal Is Mi.500. Matthews, Crevasse Arc C..h J M. en 01 lalurday sad .sy Nowmoor r.Ir. Mil.t.,l.alderMcO,1qM .4' atHomo

. salute greeted him. He toured Last week the committee and 14 precincts backed the little disappointed Inthe Canducfln. th, .1.N, '
Rockefeller and his wife "I'm a :
ar .
I /Ir N A. Ne01. INN
: the base by automobile for an rived from New York today for mailed out questionIres to GOP In the presidential race suDDort we are receiving Inthe Most Popular In Balloting Nw ..,..... M Der"C.nwWry Par writ
while Mr. Randolph. .".a K>M 01Hl
hour. several hundred high school I a single precinct sup ...
: a week'l vacation In Spain. commerce division area, nor/n/ ,,. fit, - students and adults, attempting ported GOP senate conten des Austin aald.These II. ) Matthews 172 ballots. Circuit Judge J. 1 .al har Homo Mlovlng y ?ere,!IIIiwtt.
Claude Kirk U. S. Rep. D. (Billy : Mr* RWMOIDI* ... son on .
to get their reaction to the establishing against Sen. Spes- Include all local retail and Sheriff Joe Crevasse I Adkms Jr. received I "j rn 1.p1 In lorMa. and KM llvadm
Florldo and / ol norUlo
card Holland. Nip a.rer/I
. of a junior college Chair- ..... .
... and wholesale builnesses showed the greatest popu- School Supt William S. Romwon oot fxomhor atwo
The governor's race attracted .... tor
t hf'rt. David I Ciwrck o> 0.4 M and
In men are James Quincy, larity among unopposed state got 11,III, and State many voort n* ... mew ol **.
Don Allen, director of Irutrueon write voters. OKUKH .... aun-
- Jr. and lprerN51. ol
.. for the School Board, announced Only five of the 32 eo u n t y Anderson and Henry Gray and county Democratic Ralph Turlington 11,244. dav ado... lunrivlnoj moinawr.* ol 0h-
- rr He urged campaign workers dates In Tuesday'i candl.1 Other unofficial returN Itmlty oro I daughlarl, Mrt. Annloto
thla morning advance precincts backed Charles Holley > *M<. ol Mlgn torlnoaand M...
- to make their contacts, while Of the 31 unopposed Florida Supreme Court B. K. peels M 5m, ol T_, I _
. sampling of some ot the forms against Haydon Bums in the : Jon,, OJtfldtlOU Ol CofcWOJO. I. C.
there nail\ is time. seekers, Matthews drew the E. Harris Drew, aod aioct' MMnM ol HlgK. lorlnoliit
already returned show a :"con- gubernatorial race. Voters add- IRoberts..I,730; .'_'....... 44 grad gronoOWOran -
derable" number of students ed 2M votes (for Robert King The house-lo-houae division largest vote 13.lit ballots. I(1211. Richard W. Ervin, 10,551. o,d I groM..roorgrandcMIcant .
la In slowly, Austin ballots. .o .c.ws ......... ... a 110.
who bo coming Crevasse got 12,750 Court of John
would be Interested In attending High lost the Democratic I, Appeals Judge, ol Iko Owe ol .ehaoM..
the college nomination to Burns In May I said. To date. about $4.000 has The tallies are unofficial, and T. WIggfnton, 1.91. ,frlondt_' will to ncowod..II OtnaVl. ..05.ls
"An overwhelming numberof and 21 write lns (for former been collected, of a goal of $15 do not include absentee ballots, I State cabinet: Tom Adams, Howw. M rrl55 vom aI .. "M.f : "=
LeRoy ColliN. 000. : which were being counted by 11,527 Doyle Conner, 11.VB J. M eel Cow Non 14.a" M.
high school students say governor ; M.f_M on lamrdovGainesville. .
they would I like to attend After the absentee vote is added "I'd like to encourage the: the canvassing board today. Edwin Larson 11,064, Earl Fair- -

a university, but at the nth to Tuesd.,'. precinct turnout campaign worker to make Some 1.390 absentee ballots cloth 11.387. Tom Bailey 10,709

e grade level, especially, litany the number of eligible voters their calls, and get the pledges were cast I Edwin L. Mason, public: utilities \ San .

of them are more Interested In participating In the electionis in, so we can finish the campaign In number of votes attracted. commissioner 1,137. T.

p. attending a Junior college" Allen expected to approach 7i per by the 13th." urged the Tax Collector Shell) McKinney Duncan state attorney, PAIIItNd01' t.ct0fMtuntoy
said. tairman. I ranked third with II.. R. A. Green Jr., public E'I' -'Go SuncW menIng *-
cent.Meanwhile V Pu6RoMm -
by /
Allen said the survey already at party headquar. er, 10.217. John Council 101 SI2nt

1, .rr .. lxsAP had determined that 381 Alach ten Tuesday la history.By Credit Talk Scooter Stolen ty judge 10177. J. B. o; CoG .r.. Florida.'
r ua County students and M from mid morning Wednesday chant clerk of circuit court, end _.... g* oocond cloMamHmi
.' (AP WI,.".,..* to Hw ...) Wlr./.1s In .l's arsi, From GIIS LotA 91 In* Pee glee orCottiowrilt
Bradford County are now attending Goldwater and Johnson headquarters Slated Tonight UJ07. .
Mn. Patsy Takemata Mlak, New Yerk'a Gee Nelson A. Junior colleges "10m. had been stripped of Pierce Smith tat assessor, *, flaride.crlCUUTIOII

37 year std lawyer state Rockefeller Id a Brest confer where In the atate." furniture and campaign banners The ten most troublesome motor scooter owned by a UKa. Claude Brandon, county IATIS ITCAiaua

legislator la Hawaii, la the core yesterday said Ikal This la about 150 more than and literature I problems In business will be University of Florida commissioner, 1U47. Edgar I Wish 01.4 MAIL$

first woman elected to Congress "mbMalet" !II the RepublJcaa was previously estimated. "There are some lung faces," I the topic when the credit mans can reported stolen ltudrn'l)Johnson county commissioner I M... IS.ISAl

from the aalioa's new- Party would try u rt As a rule of thumb, It take one Goldwater backer reportedthis i tsers of Gainesville meet In.night Gainesville High School! J779 Sidney MaruiwJ. I .

eel tlale. Mr,. Mink b a Democrat lure the party "b+rk \to the ,n Initial enrollment of about morning. "1',. been crying. 1 at I:30 pm. In tN ParkLane tag lot Wednesday by city po Wirtard Williams a ell. .1 ) aid KMal in advance(ubKriptlont. anullbo

The Mih Congress will maliulream *l Amer I raa M to start a Junior college. 'or two da)'t But I don t i Cafeteria board, 0,43. Jasper N. Joiner.' Mmbe. Of Audit Bureau 0<

now have II wemea la the thought." He did lOt speculate Allen said some of the questionairca I think after things wear off well Everyone granting credit Iathil lice.Officers said the scooter. school: board, 1,105. Perry Me- CfQw-!

=- House and hoe le the Senate M who would lead the sent to adults revealed give up. I know thai I plan 10 I area I* invited. belonging to Gregory J. Williams ) Grit county surveyor 10.M4. M. -wsso.p .01.M.. M e..we- Sw.

Mrs. Mink wee the only worna fight to wrest control .( the a great Interest. hi vocational run for precinct commilteewomn flans for a aeries of ta pro 3(2 B Flaw IT, b a mired Ira J. Carter, court of record PitsCwo..w- ,. ,:t. =

lewcemer t* politics elect- party from Ste Barry Cold- :writs that might be availableat m my precinct and five or .grams offering! solutions to ne and grey AHstate, btenseAlimller U.U1. A. Z. AdkJna Jr. county N .r5rp -.N 0N.
ed Tuesday. water. Bight *ta of my friends are too" I I problems win be discussed. I1R241 lI000t r. 10.NL 5ww eww..r M W. ,.-.


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85 to 99 Per Cent for LBJ

G Jffiu ''ark Mmes Broadcasting System, this the Democratic. was estimated, 90 per cent of I million.
By M. S. HANDLER was the result largely of In- In the 1960 election it was the Negroes' votes went to the The N.A.A.C.P. said there
creased voter registration and estimated 60 per cent of the Democrats.The were more than 2 million
NEW YORK A preliminary voter participation and a Negroes' votes nationwidewere NA.ACP. estimatedthe Negro registrants In the
survey Indicated the massive transfer of Negroes cast for Republican number of Negro regls- southern states an Increaseof
presence of a powerful Negro from the Republican Party to candidates. On Tuesday, it transt in the nation at about 700.000 since the beginningof 3 81G DAYS
political thrust in the
I the year This was achieved GRANTS GIVES EARLY SHOPPERS

whelming the Democratic election Party. over-I Win in States drives through conducted voter registration by the TiIURNOY: 5FRL,7:' A GIFT OF EXTRA SAVINGS
I !
Estimates from New Negroes Many N.A.A.C.P., The Urban
: Times correspondents through : League, the Congress of Racial
II out the country corroborated Student
CHICAGO (APNegroes New Jersey First Negro Brooke did not endorse Republican Equality and the
estimates of the major civil Nonviolent Coordinating Com- tort'
rights organizations that between I won seats in four state legisla assemblyman from outside the Barry Goldwater for
for the first in Tuesday's mittee.
tures time
I K and 99 per cent ofNegroes' ,Newark: area. president. The success of the voter
elections and scored gainsIn
votes from state to ColoradoFirst Negro district -I Most of( the winning Negroesran registration was estimated at
other state and local contests
state cast for the
were I Judge. as Democrats, some as sometimes remarkable. In
son-Humphrey ticket and help an Associated Press survey Independents. Gadsen County In Florida 355
shows. I AlabamaFirst Negroes
ed elect other candi-
many to
were registered
dates for federal, state and They also gained at least 10 elected to four county offices in I Negroes that elected had been to state all-white legislatures vote Negroes In 1960. This week there
local offices. seats in legislatures of 10 states,Mac n County. were 4.447.Florida' .
i it! The Negro effort was particularly where Negroes had previously;, The highest ranking Negro I Included: state officials estimated !
-Two members of the Iowa
dramatic in the served. I seeking re-election, RepublicanAtty. that 314,000 Negroeshad
northern'urban and Industrial There were also these firsts: Gen. Edward W. Brooke of House of Representatives.A registered. About M per
states, such as New York Tennessee First Negro j i Massachusetts, piled up a 2-1 II state senator In Delawareand cent voted, and of these, It
and Illinois. member of the General Assembly margin over Democratic State one in Kansas. was estimated N per cent voted
According to the vote profile since the Reconstruction era(Sen. James W. Hennigan, who is -Three members of the Okla for the Johnson-Humphrey
analysis of the Columbia after. the Civil.. War. I white. homa House of Representatives. ticket
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== in the NEWSBriefly. Weather Roundup More AboutElection FIRST BROTHER TEAM SINCE 1803

-L- Senator-Elect RFK Visits

From Page 1

about ( .4 per cent of the total'I Bedridden Senator EMI
.... vote.
*-r>."1 traudy' and mild
eosin. end *".,. H..*.... adw 71 At his ranch near Johnson I --..-

..- wNM 11*. Lowait e Ie I' IIIlIn tonlgM/ /PN M by/M M.. laitarly e,,,.? WBCEFHIPartly City, Tex., the President and his I BOSTON (AP) For two
wife welcomed Sen. Hubert H..
hours the US. Senite'i first

cloudy through Friday. Humphrey of Minnesota, the! brother team \In 1(1 yearsswapped
High E vice president-elect and hit wife'
quips and digs at a
today 80 to 8S low Ms.
.. tonight .t
for a brief visit before the Hum
.. Northeast hospital bedside.It ,h
winds 10 to 20 _
.,. 4ILIt f miles phreys set off on a vacation trip, was the day after
today and Friday
.,. per -
to the Virgin Islands.
and U.S. Sen.-elect
and S to IS mller per
hour tonight. Johnson's observation on the Kennedy, D-N.Y.,

.. r D -i Partly cloudy Mm** ".101,,. H election results was: "I doubt New England Baptist
Pw MIN early /NIe1." M.w.r. that there has been
....... ever so Wednesday to
Nln' .dw 71 N w law ,,,,,,,
:; fIN1r.o NN/MMIN/y. 1. Ie ..1oII\t: \ : many people saying 10 many gratulations with his

r."w el.wy rr4 0 things alike on Election Day." brother, Sen. Edward
::: e'.. ,dayytday. "
.. ,sly ... Mew- said D-Mass.
Humphrey the Johnson nedy,
0 $ Nl rainy 10. 1 n1Mbul
= / r v w a7r __:' -:y :II N N GAINESViLLE WEATHER landslide "means good, strong Bobby emphasized '
Municipal Airport readings leadership for the nation" that only visiting Boston, ,

;. bIN,d.v, :.w ouM$ ::....nlnt Vlswww l' for 21 houri to 8 ..m, 10710. "Is good for the world." Con [reference to campaign t i 'tw.

rM. H.'IIIH'terly wind, le Ie as IIIlIn day: High 77 .t 2 p.m., low gratulatory messages poured In he was a carpetbagger

K N''P nw" cloudy 5._" "Id" 58 .t I ..m. NI rainfalL to the winners from ;all over the York.
;. Po MIN _.. NI0N loci., .bout CIDA 11I'1 TIDta Ted who scored I
M law wl.ht 71 a 11. N.rh.Mlorly' Prld.y HIh .t 1:1.: ..... ,ed Iii' globe, Including a pledge from ,
.. .- 1to n .11"/ IN' N..,. ,..... low N S II a.m. end I'n: p m, the Soviet Union's new leaders election victory for a ,1

w ALMANAC T.MPIIATUaa/als.wN. ea. to seek accommodation by negotiation. term In the Senate,
k ..'", lad., I:. ,.... Joe..m' Nln 71"few IraNlsunrlw by about his smaller

-....-.....,.-'" o1 C:4: ,On...... co Tm.,... "/1 01PIn. M The emergence of Romney as the New York election.
au" II ,.
Sow' 7J Their was
Y meeting
... : VIIIILI,.", rl.w PLANenJun .. s." .r. .H.....l.n OrLwN "51 15 17 an outstanding COP vote getter full of laughs. Bobby
LIYIn. 'L .ouMw.M did not necessarily mean that
M.... ... 11'::21.01 P.m... N.w WNllnr.,Yorio.. .2 .a along his wife, Ethel, .
v,41. rlw. ............ 41)5, ...... Chic'. 71 N 10 Y the moderates would rally wife Joan completed
.?e ,L now at P.M.Iien. ,.. ,
Kw' City /1 0 around him In their fight to
MA 'HI 'O.ICAIT .., teL
eAST GUL', e,,'....", wind, pW.IN d N sa ..r regain control of the party. The
It ,. :It ..N. OIl' Ower.lly ,.w L.. An..100 N n' Reporters wilting
...t..r mrouol, P/Id.v. k., n w oMI Michigan governor, a favorite of room had trouble
I Eisenhower, did not reveal him which brother'wis hospital'I' DO CAMPAIGNING NEXT TIME TOO' ...:

self as a team player when the newsman explained, Senior Ted Kennedy Tells Wile, Joatf. '

I PushesConservatism moderates tried unsuccessfully sound so much the -

Barry through the candidacy of Gov impossible to ten." about problems In .. I

w William W. Scranton of Pennsylvania .He added, wistfully, and -New

to halt Coldwaler'i. sound Just like their subject was more
nomination. the late President
er, yards and air*.
w Not Old Enough Yet Any organized opposition that Kennedy. Ted now Navy. ,

developed seemed more likelyto Senate post once to Ted," Bobby' ; tN w ,

l' Democrat Jed Johnson Jr., Chlckaaha, Ok la., wills PHOENIX, Ariz. (APsen.) of the party made plans to rebuild come from among Republican his older brother John. I was older ((38)) and k

I be 25 Dec. 27, just in time to :qualify him for the Barry Goldwiter, determined to the GOP In their Image, governors, with Gov, Robert During talks with family we had 'a:
6th District Congress seat he In the E. Smylle of Idaho as on>j Ted said, "I think I .
J won Tuesday's keep Republican party on aconservative Goldwater declared: "I don'tthink (that the' older brother:
; election. The youngest man elected to Congress In course, heeds backto we can build Republican likely spearhead.On by If he was ruthless.
I 167 Johnson In. the Democratic side, Jo:neon -I That was another "' :
years, the son of the late Jed John. Washington Friday to handle party on their concepts which, senior to you .s a-
son, a former congressman. Pictured with Johnson some of the leftover business of In my opinion, have no difference appeared to own his party one of the charges made a newsman asked.-- .

I are his sister, Mr. Joan Stauffer of Tulsa and his the Senate seat he gave up for at all with the Democratic lock stock and barrel. I Bobby election during fight against the that he brought

mother. his losing racr against President concept"At Former Atty. Gen. Robert F. Bobby replied.
can Sen. Kenneth B.
brother of the late
t : MIK'S SON Johnson. a concession news confer Kennedy, "Oh, no," Bobby Kennedy, when
seemed In
w I For the moment Goidwater'alongrange ence' Wednesday, Goldwater president, hardly any II'He's been getting< the Senate, win be'
after his election the
Dr. Serge A. Mikoyaft, 33, a future remained said he does not think the con position since he'I been In the combination since
Senate In to raise
ion of Soviet President Anast- obscure. But the beaten Republican servative cause "has been hurtat New York any,He hid to hive his '

as I. Mikoyan, met Informallywith nominee has served notice all," despite his landslideloss. challenge' to the Preaident'aleadership. paign for him. Foster of Rhode

ww political scientists at the he plans to spend a lot of time It seemed clear that Ted has been Dwight Foster of

.. University of Pennsylvania In working to lead and strengthenthe Conservatism, he Insisted, Is Kennedy would not have defeated since last June when bi served In the '

'Philadelphia Wednesday, He Ii GOP. philosophy the Republican party GOP Sen. Kenneth B. Keat was broken In a plane from 1800 to 1103, ROBERT KENNEDY

II" : a specialist In International re In the days ahead Goldwater "must cling to and strengthen In ing of New York U Johnson expecta to leave the resigned. He Toppled Beating
hadn't carried the state by a
lations. plans to take care of some Senate the years ahead"
mail and some other matters Goldwater said he doesfnot record plurality of nearly 25

DIVORCEDSinger In Washington, then head expect to be'the nominee again million, Chinese Russians To Meet
Sen. Edward M.
i- Peggy Lee, 44, and for a vacation with his wife at in 1961, declaring his role Although .
another brother of the I
her fourth husband, Jack. Del an undisclosed spot. "would be better played". In Kennedy,
re-elected In
Rio 39 have been While more liberal) members building Republican late president, was
,;" divorced, organization -
: after a marriage of eight and raising party funds. .Massachusetts element, there of was significant lack-- First Time in 15 Months
Ing the any
months. They separated last That Is the Job he did beforehe
More AboutCollege structural challenge to
r June 15. rose to top the Republican

Mlsi Lee testified Wednesday ticket. Johnson when Democratic Sen Sot Wire Services The Soviet Union and Albinii Soviet and Chinese parties. The

that her band-leader husband Goldwater had no specific Pierre Salinger, a potential ally, hive suspended governmentand new Kremlin leadership hn

.. refused to support her although plans to offer on the shape of his went: down to defeat In California. MOSCOW The leaden of party relations some time said repeatedly It would continue
a she was convalescing from arenipiratory drive to rebuild the beaten the Soviet Union and Commu ago. The Albanians hive bee n -Khroshcher policy of

.JAr wlrI,.is le.tIIe aunt Illness at the time of ., GOP. nlst China have decided to hold the most outspoken partisans of peaceful coexistence with t t the

: Sea. Hubert Humphrey li their marriage From Page 1 The senator plans to move to More About a public meeting at the highest the Chinese In the Ideological I capitalist world, seeking a further .
level for the tint time in IS
he for pho Phoenix eventually but laid he dispute. easing of world tens i Ion I.
Jubilant ai poses PLAYS POPERod fields because they lack formal will keep his apartment In months. The fact that Chou En Lai. The Chinese bitterly oppose this
togripher at LBJ'i ranch FundFrom I The meeting has been made will
training. Washington."I and not a lesser figure, policy. .
near Stonewall, Te*., follow Stelger, screen tough-" :' am not seeking employment [possible by the removal from represent China was regardedby
guy, plays Pope John XXIII In The four speakeri recommended -
of Nlkita S. Khrushchev
lag an overwhelming Demo. there," he added. power western observers here as of
a movie being filmed In Italy. [ that a Junior college futuadeS
It wis regarded is the first I
1 significance.It .
\In great
His old
critle victory Work began Wednesday at here should Include a strong Washington Job went Page of the
major success new re- confirmationalso
flew to to Arizona Gov. Paul Fannin, was seen as a rr kmr ,
elections Humphrey Sotto II Monte Pope John's vocational and adult training rring.mnili' Mt 1w. eI
gime. of earlier reports that dI- kM M NI//. >....
elected to fill the Senate
the ranch for a victory\ rally hometown.The program. seat "They ire running ten per W. W. Rice
Mos 73
I Goldwater has held for 12 I Chou En Lal, the Chinese rect consultations between Pascagouli.
with the President The two director of the Italian- The meeting was the second Goldwater withdrew from years.that cent ahead of where they ,Premier and one of five deputy cow and Peking hid started Miss,' died Wednesday his

leading ladies of the land, French production laid Stelger,for the advisory committee who when he the were at this stage last year." chairmen of the Chinese Com soon after Khrushchev' remov. home following a brief illness.

Mri. Lyndon B. Johnson (left) will! not use any special makeup are gathering data to support race nomination.won Republican Chester Yates, chairman of munist Party, has accepted a al. Informed sources today laid Mr. Rice Is survived by a

and Mri. Hubert Humphrey, in portraying the portly, peasant a request to the State Department I advance gifts division, reported Soviet invitation to attend the that agreement on the visit of daughter, Mrs. S. A. Hussey
priest. He la Interested more, of Education to establish about $15,000 pledged of a $43 I'celebration' of the 47th anniversary a man of Chou'i stature could Jr. of Gainesville

enjoyed a barbecue it .the In capturing Pope John's spirit a Junior college here jointly' :More AboutAbsentee 000 goal. Yates said he Is optimistic of the Bolshevik revolutionnext not have been obtained without

ranch. than In striving for a close with Bradford County. I' he will meet the goal. Saturday. such prior contact.

'" physical ImQernontzallon!? Other speakers have been Ed Peck, head of the new businesses The Chinese leader Is scheduled The Kremlin appealed today

'FINISHED' invited to the next meeting and professions division, to arrive here today or FrI- for an end to "nationalist narrowmlndedness .

scheduled for Nov. 11 to present 'reported $1,100 collected or day at the head of a seven-man and discrimina

Gov. Nelio A. Rockefeller their views. They are Con- From Page 1 pledged with about 20 con- party and government delegation tion" in world Communist I t

Indicated today that he considers gressman D. R. (Billy) Matthews tacts left to be made. Peking laid yesterday.The ranks. I

+psT Sen. Barry Goldwater's Ray Phillip, superintendent Democratic and In votes In county precincts i "This Is an outstanding showIng heads of the governments The removal of Khrushchevhad wsTN.SL"aril ....IC"4451.for ANNIe 011I... N.Annla_ ,H.,.
leadership of the Republican of Sunland Training city precincts with of faith by newcomers In and Communist parties of all raised the possibility of a WMtnarv a>. 5. will' M fw ld at t M
II large numbers of Negro voters FM an d ,. Novambar IfM
party finished. Center, John Whltford of Sperry .our community," Austin said Communist countries except surface reconciliation. The for al "/""' ,",. pail Cnurcr P. wlin.
Asked whether the defeated and L. P. Hart of the Gen The presidential race drew Earl Scarborough, chairmanof Albania will! congregate In the "leal.v. (D urlal. a Whlla wNI' M tanduttlntj M Orayton".C.m......

'Ie presidential candidate should eral Electric plant in AlachuaCounty. the largest number of voters- I the professional division, reported Soviet capital on this occasion per-sonal .o tory. at at Do.ow', .,.',. ca ufMr .... dlrM-
23,342. There were 32,811 / Pumral Home Mew
continue to lead the party New quail ( pledges at (8,500 His The other countries represented king's bitterness WN'..... .na llvM wla. NW .in
(AP WlncAott Me tux fled voters registered. It. Gal.........
i '
York's Republican governor Dr. Robert Wlegman, vice goal Is $11,000 will be Bulgaria Czechoslovakia However, Leonid I. Brezhnev, M .... A'oe.' .. onr eta NovantlMr. Havlt.1. 1.tallowKlrclw ItM
FLIES HOME said: "That hn been sufficient chairman of the committee, Looking it the unofficial returns Mike Kreshka, chairman of Hungary, East Germany, the new Soviet party chief, and ,M t/Io'l III'.,... Su..I", .r...n..
r eu.bnd Mr.
ly answered In the elections. who presided at the meeting, which iren't official un- the public offices division, reported Poland, Rumania, North Korea, Alexei N. Kosygin, the new =otIoIw:, .:1I1 erdfMr; M,: e.rl i ii

President Sukarno of Indonesia He told newsmen It Is absolutely announced that State SupL of I til the registration office sends pledges were coming in North Vietnam, Mongolia lid premier, have shown no tendency i Wiltr' )M of.,.N.n Auguillm M vim. .Fit e..and, maw Mr

flew from Shanghai. Red necessary to "revitalisethe Education Thomas D. Bailey; its final report to the secretary slowly, due to the need to con- Cuba, according to Taos, the official to compromise on the major I, ."..IK".00....n.pn.w'. .11I..and O..c cw,...,at.. Pfews Ac",
China, to the US. military Republican party In the will speak at a county wide of state -a distinct pattern of tact many people working In Soviet press agency.Matthews Issues In dispute between the w"e Sank. CeIt.RAHDOL'H. .

bate on Okinawa today on his It.Ie." He said he had already 'meeting of teachers on Nov. %3. party Jumping voters appears. city, county, state and federal ", ... LOCI Aisle JANPwwnl /
a home to Jakarta.An Bailey Eighteen precincts voted for ....Ien fer "Mrw" Lucy
way will talk vocational
begun such an effort In New on offices. Pledges are over $4,000 .-.... n. oil b .Id' at Ii
.. honor guard and a 21-gun York. education and Junior colleges. the Johnson Humphrey ticket The goal Is $13,900. Crevasse Arc P w... Mrwde. Nowbr 7.,1166 N
I : salute greeted him. He toured Last week the committee and 14 precincts backed the i CM"t N Ow' ,w .tlll win pI.'
Rockefeller and his wife arrived "I'm I little disappointed In : : wh/cM sun
fk:1"'bect" .:: =
automobile for an GOP in the presidential race c C.na.ry un.dN '
base by out
the questlnnalres to
: from New York today fora the support we are receiving In Most Popular In BallotingU. NL dl KIM' N DNwr. P_.t
1.r hour. week' vacation In Spain. several hundred high school 1 while not a single precinct supported the division irea," _. 011I... Pd.tpn. wnNwd at
commerce ,
NtH Strlngi
Fir sits NvM>*r L
students and adults attemptingto GOP senate conten d e r ,... ,
: il IMr Mmi Mlwlii **.rt !p.!!
get their reaction to the Claude Kirk against Sen. Spes- Austin sild S. Rep. D. R. (Billy) Mat- 872 ballots Circuit Judge J. C. ..... Mro eAN, .00 br, .. A..
establishing These Include all local retail '",, P. 017 lit . IWd
thewa and Sheriff Joe Crevasse Adkins Jr I e c c .1 I v e d 11672
of a Junior college sard Holland. I lot PIVM* .... Mr. lgrl.... tilUK N hw/
!li lih .... here The governor's race attracted and wholesale businesses. Chair- showed the greatest popularity [School Supt William S. Talbot .. mush M... naolH' win I rtniMr for Nh.
.- Don Allen director of Instruction write In voters men ire James Quincy, David among unopposed state got 11.IK, and State Rep. mwv v*.r|M.h. wN M ....,..,and N .M
4r -- for !the School Board, announced Only five of the 32 c o u n t y Anderson and Henry Gray Jr. and county Democratic candidates Ralph Turlington 11244. _dy _It .... K/p.In.r.Aw.M.rNM. 04.I N ...N-....
He urged campaign workersto ,.....* ......*... Mew AnN
In Tuesday's election.Of I Other unofficial
backed Charles I returns .
1 rr this morning advance precincts Holley iM ..... O sly SprMK, ..* Mr..
... lwY sampling? of some of the forms against Haydon Burns In the make their contacts, while the 31 unopposed office-, Florida Supreme Court: B. K. ,JMMI_* M(in*IroM** .>OIl Ctr TamMI*,..I 1 ttft C.
4y, already returned stow a "con- gubernatorial race. Voters added there lUll li time. seekers, Matthews drew the Roberts. .730; E. Harris Drew. .n* SIKH. JMMH M MIN. l Sprlnllft

siderable" number of students 20t votes (for Robert King I The house-to-house division largest vote. 13.111 ballots. Ii UK; Richard W. Ervin, 10,551 ..W "-,_....1 ledn a V-M.....- .,0W drw6.suds M"no

would be Interested\ attend- High, who lost the Democratic also la coming In ilowly, Austin Crevasse got 12,750 ballots. ,Court of Appeals Judge John .N/wNN. win M'*0c mPrUM .
tam M Nv Chopin > eN to
ing the college nomination to Burns In 1.1 .y. said. Te date about $4.000 has The tallies are unofficial: and T. Wlgginton, 1.291. wl* M rMWM O Otnrft

'J9t "An overwhelming numberof and 21 write Ins for termer I been collected, of a goal of US,- do not Include absentee ballots, State cabinet: Tom Adams. .PMNN a PEA_ Nsde nl..y wa40/P M CbKMIN, wadi
school students LeRoy Collins 000. which were being counted by N see .u P; M.n. :. :M.
.' high say governor 11,527; Doyle Conner, 11,139, J. .1" P ... w s.a.w.
a they would I like to attenda After the absentee vote Is added "I'd like to encourage the the canvassing board today Edwin Larson 11.064 Earl Fair-

university, but at the 12th to Tuesday's precinct turnout campaign workers to make Some 1.190 absentee ballots cloth 1L3C7, Tom Bailey 10,705

grade level especially, mans the number of eligible voters [:their calls and get the pledgesin were cast Edwin L. Mason, public utilities )' Gainesville Sun ,

of them are more Interested In participating In the election so we can finish the campaign I In number of votes ittracted. commissioner: 1,137. T. E.

attending a Junior college," Al- U expected to approach 7J percent by the 15th," urged the Tax Collector Shellle Mo Duncan: state attorney, lUlL \AUlrWjMruntoy -01'' pnM

len said. chairman. KInney ranked third .with 11. R. A. Green Jr.. public defender : nd Sunday mom

r Allen said the survey lre.dyIb.d Meanwhile, at party headquarters I 10267. John Connell county I Ingi...by Carneony tt.. GoMnvlll I I G u

r'I determined that 38t Alach- Tuesday la history.By I Credit Talk Scooter Stolen Judge, 10,177. J. B. Carroll) bad Plac. Ga..+ t.:. Flerlde, .
| County students and M from mid morning Wednesday I chae!. clerk of circuit court,. end .rrt.rr<.l m ..rand Clou
i: .,. N' wlyd/wh III rb pun.1 1A. WIUXKN Nwt lul) ,Bradford County are now attending Goldwiter and Johnson headquarters Slated Tonight From GIIS LotA .1(107. ray .. N.. P.st O tftce Iw

,I Mri. Patty Takemata Mint, New Yerk'f Gov. Nelson A. Junior colleges "10m. had been stripped of I Pierce: Smith, tax assessor, Gaimwlll, Florida.CIICUUTVOrS. .

.; 31. year .leI lawyer lUte Rockefeller In a press confer where In the atate." furniture and campaign banners The ten most troubles II m e motor scooter owned by a .If.KI. Claude Brandon, county tam IT
kglilaior b Hawaii, la the core yesterday uU tkat This Is about IM more thanj! and literature. problems In business will be University of Florida student I icommissioner, 11,247. Edgar CAM'lit 01 MAIL

1.1!' first wonua elected to C .- moderates" ia the RepubU- was previously estimated I "There are some long faces," the topic when the credit managers pas reported stolen from the Johnson county commissioner, I I Mm.W..k JJ.4.ISA !

grew from the lattoa'i aew CM Party would try te re I As a rule of thumb, It take one Goldwater backer reported of Gainesville meet tonight Gainesville High School perk 1.7':1.: Sidney Marun?l.TM.

eat tiale. Mr,. Mink h a Demo tun the party "bark U the M Initial enrollment of about this morning. "I've been crying'or it I.M pm. In the Park tag lot Wednesday by city po Willard Williams, i ell. e 1 1board. pod| matt dvanc tutoxrlpttcrt inunb
ecrat The *Kh Congress will mainstream ef American I M to start a Junior college. two days. But I d o a' I Lane Cafeteria. lice. 1,456 Jasper N. Joiner MvrtHi tt A6 i--'fII

now have II w-m-a la the thought. H. did ..t speculate Allen Aid mme of the quesUonalret think after flings wear oft well Everyone granting credit la Officers said the meter. school board, f.11I$. Perry Me- OrcMoiion.PEOPLE .

I = Mouse and tw. la the Senile. M wb wield lead the sent to adults revealed give up. I :know that I plan u> this area .la Invited. belonging to Gregory J. Will Griff, county surveyor 10,_ N A. .wl.a ww.Op -N d.. .tl'w-.-

: -. Mrs Mink was the city worn tight' to wrest control .f the a great interest In vocational' run for precinct committeewoman Plans for a aeries of ten pro- iams, 362 B Flat n. b a 1M1 Ira J. Carter, court of record --. c-. as laeudMdKre

I I. '-"" aa aewcemer te. politics elect. party from Sea. Barry Gold- louriei that might be availableat In my precinct and five or grams offering solutions 10 thej I red and grey Allstate, license UUt A. Z. Adkins Jr., county war -- w,1A M M MAr dlwan.

ed Tuesdav. water. Bight sU ef my friends are too." problems win be discussed. number lIK":4& joUutor, 10,561. .. N we --. I


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! 85 to 99 Per Cent fort LBJ

ftVui fork lintf Broadcasting System, this the Democratic. was estimated 90 per cent of 6 million. !
By M. 3. HANDLER was the result largely of In- In the 1960 election It was the Negroes' votes went to the The N.A.A.C.P. said then
creased voter registration and estimated, 60 per cent of the Democrats.The were more than J million "
NEW YORK A prelim I.I voter participation and a Negroes' votes nationwide NAACP. estimatedthe Negro registrants in the I
nary survey indicated the massive transfer of Negroes were cast for Republican number of Negro registrant southern states an Increaseof
I presence of a powerful Negro from the Republican Party to candidates. On Tuesday, it in the nation at about 700,000 since the beginningof 3 BZG DAYS
political thrust In the overwhelming I the year.This was achieved GRANTS GIVES EARLY SHOPPERS
election victory of voter registration' SAT.'
the Democratic Party. i Win in States drives through conducted by the TItUNO r.Ss, A GIFT OF EXTRA SAVINGS
Estimates from New York Negroes Many N.A.A.C.P., The Urban
Times correspondents throughout League, the Congress of Racial
the country corroborated CHICAGO (AP) -Negroes New Jersey -First Negro i Brooke did not endorse Republican Equality and the Student I
estimates of the major civil Nonviolent Coordinating Com- by'
rights organizations that be won seats in four state legisla-!!assemblyman from outside the I Barry Goldwater for mittee.
tures for the first time in Tuesday's
tween K and 99 per cent of -I(I Newark area. president.Most The success of the voter
elections and scored
Negroes' votes from state to ColoradoFirst Negro district of the winning Negroesran registration was estimated at
in other state and local contests.
state were cast for the John I I Judge. as Democrats, some as sometimes remarkable. In
son-Humphrey ticket and helped an Associated Press survey Independents. Gadsen County in Florida 35SNegrOl's .
elect other candi- shows. AlabamaFirst Negroes :
many were registered to 9'
dates for federal, state and They also gained at least 10 I:elected to four county offices Negroes that elected had been to state all.white legislatures vote In 1960. This week there rfeeer.ewan
local offices. scats in legislatures of 10 states[Macon County. included were 4,447.Florida I
,The Negro effort was particularly where Negroes had previously I I The highest ranking Negro : state officials estimated '
-Two members of the Iowa
dramatic In the served. seeking re-election, Republican! that 314000 Negroeshad
northern urban and Industrial There were also these firsts: Atty. Gen. Edward W. Brooke of 1 House of Representatives.A registered. About 80 per
.states such as New York Tennessee First Negro;j I Massachusetts, piled up a :M''I'' state senator in Delawareand cent voted, and of these, it
and Illinois. member of the General margin over Democratic State one in Kansas. I was estimated 90 per cent voted
According to the vote pro bly since the Assem-j(Sen. James W. Hennigan, who is -Three members of the Oklahoma for the Johnson-Humphrey
file analysis of the Columbia after the Civil. War. white. House of Representatives. ticket :
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(fiai1tt.6uilI inn The Horse'

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I Avoids Sacrifice


1 PAT COWtts Vic ,..... SOUTHBy
t d."*i BO JOMNION ,
Florida' Beautiful Vial Pr udwd
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University City' hn l .'. Vk* fmlttUt M4 A* ByCLSULZBERGERHAVANA
WftHlBg. WnclWI SOS TA T A OLION., RALPH McGILL 2pt/; Fidel Castro favored a Johnson electoral victory -
V*. pntUMl, ..* cirniMin. Mush ,. ..,"_ ._ ".....,, pA..Me" not because be saw much difference between the Presi-
w .. ._. '0..' e.......".
'THE SUN'S POLICY dent and Senator Coldwater but because they had adopted
differing campaign positions. He thought that of the Republican

I. Report the news fully and fcnportlolly In the sews column. A Sick leader would Inevitably lead to war while "Johnson's proclaimed -

2. ("pr... the opinion of the Sun li>-fcut only "'tditonoli. policy Is more responsible, more careful and more In

3. Pufallih/ oil aides of Importont eons ov.rstol luuti. ,. line with world realities."

The Sun's telephones: All departments 3781411 TwoPartySystem NOT THAT CASTRO reckons on any Improvement In U.S.

/ Cuban relations for a long time to come; be Is unwilling to

even contemplate what he calls "unilateral Improvement"

According to Its boss, Cuba will only consider better relationsas

i part of a general amelioration between Washington and

Crime on TelevisionMoat ALL "Socialist" capitals, Including Peking.

What about the two .party This clearly indicates a Cuban closed-door policy for the

Moat parents would probably agree responsibility for the viewing habits system now that the election nonce. Nevertheless Castro so preferred a Johnson victory

with the Senate subcommittee which of their children. There is no law la concluded? It is sick, for that he expressed his views only on condition they be kept

which compels the child to lit glassy the time being st least The off-the-record or not published until after Election Day. Witha
finds that there is "clearly /
a excessive" / cunning smile, he contended he had previously attacked
Republican Party Is ill and In
amount of crime and violence eyed through a succession of these the hands of witch doctors '. Johnson because he didn't wish to aid Goldwater and his

blood-and-thunder programs The extent "aggressive position" which pointed to "armed conflict. He
shown television rather than political scientist]I
programs on
to which he indulges in them is added:
or professionals. One looks
primarily the responsibility of his back "If the American people vote overwhelmingly for Johnson
at the
More controversial la the to many obvious win be
degree home they condemningIt
parents. The value of disciplineis symptoms on this sickness.

which such programs influence child not to be underestimated in the Barry Goldwater's crowds THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST Goldwater's extremism and
behavior and anti. social readiness to gamble. II John
search for ways to minimize whatever always were stronger than
acts and attitudes on the part of unwholesome influences these he, himself. In all of them son reassumes the presidencywith

young viewers. The subcommittee exert. were large numbers of the greater authority than

reports that there is "impressive" programs young voting age membersof Now to the Future any recent U. S.", President) he

the Ku Klux Klan set The be enabled
research evidence of a relationshiphere. The other will .to punuB. a
approach to a solutionlies committed adults
of moderation.
through self-policing by the the women, seemed equa 11 I y THE STATE Is has delayed
New flork aim,. Department campaign already
television intense. "Your would
The goverment be
industry. subcommittee Always too, there
coming Into another critical decisions and budgets
But however small the By JAMES RESTON many
great or were the recruited high I In position to face serious
prefers this to restrictive
legislation NEW YORK President period and there is scarcely and programs have to be ar
relationship it seems fairly plain and so do we. If the government school students carrying the Johnson his dealt with the a top official there or In the ranged. problems: The stupid VietNam

that the child-If not the adult- ever starts dictating the fre- placards and acting ss cheer past and must now deal with White House who thinks the Two major under secretary war which is obviouslylost

deserves something better from television quency with which crime and violence heckle leaders,the always present to. the future. The days between place Is efficiently run. T his ships for example have been ; a nuclear China, snd
President or H u has been true through most vacant for weeks at
in the of entertainment' be shown determining election and Inauguration are many Cuba. Only a government
way can
t. programs or bert Humphrey with chants, critical, for It la In this of Secretary Rusk's four Treasury and Interior. The
than the sensational and emotionally the precise character of of "We want Barry.. We want riod that the President sets pe- years. He has been a good President also has to find a coming to power with great

1 exhausting stuff so abundantly servo such programs as a safeguard to the Barry." his course and picks his team. adviser to the President. He chief for the General Services popular support seeking

: ed up to him at times which suit his child we shall be well on our way to THE INTENSITY, Indeedthe No other 90 days In the Is trusted and respected in Administration which Is tbe peace, can solve these problems.

viewing convenience. embracing the evils of censorship.But ferocity of the deeply whole four-year term are the Washington diplomat largest builder in the world. A big Johnson triumph

1 dedicated TSoIdwater people more Important, for it Is then corps and on Capitol Hill He has to find top men soon would signify sn .opportunity
when But he has not mastered his for the Interstate Commerce
In our opinion, there are two acceptable the clamor for government was, and b, a symptom oftoday's world are the nation attention and the department, and the situation Commission, the Civil Aeronautics -. to make realistic policies.,"
paying ,
approaches to a solution of regulation will grow if voluntary approaches political sickness. J t that he establishes the tone of has recently got worse since Board, the Home Loan

this problem. One is through the fail. This much seems cer the first came to national view at his administration, sets the U. Alexis Johnson was transferred Bank Board and many o t hIN NEVERTHELESS, having
Republican convention. to Viet Nam. aid an this, Castro
erl. gave no
home. obviously bear tain. standards for the future
Parents some The delegates and the gallery establishes -
his order of priorities i. Secretary of Commerce Lu- slight Intimation of a reasonable
members who
down Governor and decides on the quality ther Hodges and Secretary of ADDITION fie will undoubtedly attitude on his own part
Rockefeller of his top associates.ON Health, Education and Welfare have to change He said: "I think It will re-
were not merely parti many of his major diplomatic
J. Celebrezze
Anthony have
I san. They were red faced THE WHOLE, the Ken- no doubt satisfied the political assignments abroad particularly quire many years before diplomatic
Voice of the with anger and vindictiveness. In and take relations are restored.
People nedy team has held up remarkably forces they were designed to Europe another
I On the convention floor well and it Is a trib- appease, but beyond that they look at his own White I don't think conditions

many delegates openly snarl ute to the President and to have not been remarks b I y House staff(, which is undermanned exist In the U.S.A. permitting

ed their animosity larding It them that they have all work successful. and overworked.Until positive steps. The improvement

*0n The Sun's Opinion Page with curses and epithets. ed to well together. But some The situation at Commerce now all the key per of relations must b e

In the closing days of the decisions have to be mad has been further sonnel Washington has been
0,liil,- .*4 Mumnft .. I.. n* mint k |%..d ..* tar H>. write,'. eoW,.. Ni. t will W *Hhh.'M M fW. .tW. A lest, shield. campaign Senator Goldwater long.There turning over the critic a 1 fair. One must be realistic.
not ..(.W 500 vr4i ..4 mutt he .Ii",. .. ..It MM .... .! tile MM,. ,..", MUM I* .... Tk. spoke to a crowd that filled has been no Attorney problem of transportation to trying to keep pace with Johnson
Sun rawrvM the right N .11Ct my .Mtor .r N ........ It, .1tII... .k.Ml'.. MM writ,'. ..,,.,,e New York City's Madison General since Robert Kennedy Under Secretary Clarence D. which is a physical im "Relations can improveonly

Square Garden. The greeting resigned to run for the Sen- Martin Jr., whose political possibility. Some of them have when relations between

Intent.Jr.. CollegeShortsighted exactly the need that the federal fine college preparatory programs they gave him Justified a ate. This will be the first connections have proved to be stayed on because of the ALL Socialist countries and

government la trying to In our public schools, rafter shaking description.But major appointment for the more impressive than his ac emergency after the assassi-

take care of in new grant programs but why should our s e boo I this welcome too had In It President Will he fill It primarily complishments. Changes will nation of President Kennedy. the U.S.A. improve. We are

for vocational trainIng board continue to act like ostriches the symptom of the sickness on personal grounds, no doubt be made In both de Others have been pressed into much more Interested In the

EDITOR Sun: The current but for whkh we J n and utterly neglect the that Is In the Republican Party as President Kennedy did, or partments. service because they were unity of the Socialist camp

efforts by the Alachua Alachua County are doing no child who can never get to reach for a man who will be known presonally to President than we are In improving relations

County School Board to plan apparent planning to qualify. college? Is this democracy? "Go, Barry, go!" they widely accepted as "The first ELSEWHERE in the home- Johnson. Many others just with the U.S.A for our
and launch a Junior college RUTH MCQUOWNCooperation screamed "We'll kill them, lawyer in the land?" Will the front Cabinet the record Is kept doing their Jobs, efficiently own sake. Wt wouldn't want

before getting on with i the The I960 Census shows that Barry. "We'll kill them, Bar Attorney General regain c o n- much better. Secretary of Interior or inefficiently, because Improved U.S. relations while

problem of vocational education Alachua County had MM rur- ry. Fight!! Fight!" trol over the communicationsof Stewart L. Udall b a s everybody over them there Is American interven-
the Federal Bureau of In- done more to keep the was too preoccupied to bother tion In
al nonfarm families In 1959 prob- Viet Nam. We don't
at the level of the high No fight crowd at the old
vestigation or will the FBI lems of canservation beforean with them. want
with a median family Incomeof peace for ourselves
school and Junior high schoolIs For Garden, for.
$3.770, and 1OM of these Paper Boys knock screaming retain the Independent access increasingly urbanized I But now for the first time alone."
shortsighted to out,
deplorably ,
was ever
families had a family Income It has had to the White House country than any secretary there Is a chance to sort thingsout
say the least It is the same under EDITOR Sun: I am a rel- caught up in the emotions re- for the last 10 months? since Harold Ickes. Secretaryof to redeem the President's Thli I adamant attitude
$3,000$ This 1
old pattern of neglect of the per year. atively new paper boy In vealed by the Goldwater The rest of the Cabinet cannot Agriculture Orville Freeman promise to find the "best seems only to reckon on sn
Indication of the
needs of the poor and the gives some level Gainesville. On the whole I crowd. very well stand as it is. has also Impressed most men" who can do the "best enduring cold war with a
out at the
sloughing off of such people roads"poverty In enjoy my Job a great deal THE FEVER chart of the It Is competent but dulL Secretary observers in Washington and Job for the country." He will Johnson-led America Insteadof
on to the relief rolls or ultimately our county. For and have met many very nice notes other of State Dean Rusk, Secretary of Labor W. Willard have a mandate from the a hot war under Goldwater.
nonwhites campaign
b Into our prisons If Income In the median family people. There are, however toms. In those states symp where Secretary of Defense RobertS. Wblx of Illinois has proved to country a working majority It b In striking contrastto
they run afoul of the law 1 was $2,314 for a few things that are disturb- McNamara, and Secretary be one of the most articulate in the Congress and the automatic Castro's more conciliatory
through Inability to e a r n a both rural and urban In this big to me, and I am sure to the Goldwater control was of the Treasury Douglas Dil- and effective administrators and formal resigna- mood expressed July 4 to

living In, any decent and legitimate county. There were J.97S non- other paper boys. complete, Republicans who In lon have all won the confidence In many years. tions of all top officials on Richard Eder of the New
the and at the
way. white families and l.RU hada First of all, H is very Important primaries of the President and all It would be pleasant If the his desk. York Times. Castro admits
median Income under n,. to us, In order to deliver convention had support t d three have apparently been future of these I 11 the contrast, arguing "then
f In a recent talk given hereIn This Governor Scranton, key pub c How he deals with this opportunity ther
000. Is family Income Romneyor had been
an Improvement
Gainesville Dr. Roy Berg- correctly, to have house asked to stay on but personal jobs could wait! until everybody will tell us quite a
not Indlvtdulllncom.. were coldly, In relations between
t engren president of the Daytona numbers clearly visible on the relationships are not the had a long rest free of lot about the quality of his new
even callously, excluded. Washington and Wt
Beach Community College J. The question Is really very door or wall nearby. whole of the Job. all noise and criticism but the administration. Moscow.
r Exclusion of the one-time set forth a position against
simple: what art to Remember that the .Is
made It clear that, although .1l we going paper Eisenhower Republicans was there had been Improve-
l Daytona Beach has do to teach a trade, even not late until t p.m., so even more brutally done In DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTSA tions I then made still

i one of the most broadly-baied! some of the simpler ones, to please remember that your the Southern states.It stand. We are prepared to
community college programs our white and Negro youth paper boy has come home analyze our with I
Is almost certainly true problems
In the stale their Community now neglected by our schools quickly the from school and delivered perhaps that the Goldwater supporters Man for TILls SeasonBy the U.S.A. as a step toward
and prepared to do nothing papers were
College does not take care of did not. and do not now, reducing tensions but only
to him late.
except tile lowest forms of unskilled "
vocational training for regular' consider themselves Republicans. world framework.
When It Is time for
school students exceptfor drudgery Of course, your WALTER UPPMANN solved would be
Nor did the senator an Illusion to
we need to do the things a paper to be delivered either NOV. 2 Any It Is conceivable THE FOLLOWING
a few special programs.The into himself find It possible to pay newspaperman quite perhaps think that the adjustment to appears
get dog the
; regular public school program community college can do for teach your him that the much attention to the GOP who writes Just before even likely, that Barry these great changes can clear. Castro' has been left

must do that He aim those bright enough and prepared Is his friend. papaboy platform. In the South t h e the votes are counted Is Goldwater will fade Into ob come about by unanimous at a loss by the change I n

pointed out for the benefit of to take technician trainIng One final when Supreme Court was his target bound to look around him scurity. There have been consent What we must hope Soviet leadership. He doesn't
our local school people that of a pre-engtneer II' or set a paper boy on a bicycleon you He supported the states' for the escape hatches. I f many signs that he Is the for Is that In a restored and know more about what b

the "out" they have used pit-health related career the side of s street pleasedo rights position of the worstof there are none In sight h e figurehead and not the actual modernized two party aye.tent occurring what In Moscow than

that Gainesville High I School type. But If you have ever not honk your horn loud the Dixie racist demagogues. can follow the traditional head of the extreme faction. the discontents and the He he reads In the. press.

i students simply will not tab tried to find a competent carpenter ly as this will only startle him He spoke beneath Confederate course which Is to make a He may withdraw or he may disaffection w 111 be wisely and desperately China hopes Russia

vocational training stems or handy man, a TV and he may fall Into the pith Hags and never detour around danger by be dropped having conducted represented and made rational quarrel and will settle t b eb
air conditioner writing about the Declaration unify commu
or repair man of the car. Just a light tap seemed to notice the abvnreof himself so Imcompetent nism.
j. vocational you know w. need plenty of will make him of of Independence snd the since the San Francisco con- In the meantime the Democratic Otherwise he may get
aware your the lug of his own coun- left out In the
cold. So he to
r these too. Gettysburg Address. Or he party has become
and senior people vention.
the crucial Junior presence try. In the North and Mid- only making statements cal-
; high school years. This 1 II We certainly should have ROBERT FAN west the senator strongly can talk about the Truman- Writing In the Saturday Re what John F. Kennedy Intended culatw to find a welcome In
Dewey election of 1949 and and Lyndon Johnson
view Henry Brandon the accomplished
sought to Inflame the e m o- all Communist
has capitals. I n-
insist on his Incurable human achieved-a party which
tines that created the socalled correspondent of deed. as win be clear from later -
i POTOMAC FEVER fallibility. the genuinely conservative represents the vast center of
backlash vote. The agreements reports on six hour
t. I have tried them all 11 Sunday Tunes of London American public lIfe. By talk my -
announced after his I with Castro, he
,. By JACK WILSON Cowlec Washington Bureau Gettysburg meeting with 1 la different this year. M y says "It b a formidable taskto what Is s most extraordinary cocky tough mood.A .pretendsa
coincidence President
j bo feeling Is that If Goldwater develop a new philosophy, John
of D. C. this their first chance to vote for President Indignant President Eisenhower n d ton Is by instinct .
.'i' Residents year got wins, the consternation to go against deeply set ways temperament warm supporter of Castro
housewives meet next week to file a pro:eat they didn't get tradingstamps. the Eastern Republicanswere throughout the world win be and widely accepted norms. conviction and experience told me the following story.

never thereafter discussed such that nobody will have Senator Goldwater simply a man for this season. While still in power.
or honored.REPI'BIJCAY does bave the H. u a man of the center Khrushchev
time to remember what the not gifts and sits down with
We In the rotelesa Capital had been hearing for a long time about the joys moderateswill pollsters predicted and what talents needed for this kind of with the very special gift of Johnson for a chess game
but nobody told ns that when the polls opened the saloons finding a wide consensus. with the
of cltiienshlp try to recapture their was said or written by anybody monumental ondertak I III. world at stake.

would cfoae. party. It will not be easy. Not only this country Nor do the men be surrounds NO pounoAN sun inactive Johnson turns out to be M-

-t The persons who now have It but the whole Western society himself with have the range public life baa ever or pert and Khrushchev- gets
The discovery couldn't have come a worse time. This year the inexperience -. In control art not Interested. would be shaken to Its and political acumen: neededto could ever have such wide into a Jam So be telephones

voter really needed something to. stiffen the spine before marking a la the one time Grand Old foundations. make up for his snade. support and also be universally Botvtonik. the Soviet and international -

ballot either way. Party. They wanted to builda CONVINCED THAT this 1 snot quacies." loved by all who support champion, exPlaining -
IT WOCLD NOT surprise him. But whether the President the position of tile
the going
of extreme political happen. I ask -
candidate did much campaigning here. They figured that everybodyIn party If the discontented board.
sne Finally
Neither extremists is loved universally Botvinniak
right Most of them still myself whether! a decisive remit 0 r
Washington wu either a Democrat or too rich to care. who rallied around only by a good sued ..- says: "There b only one
hold that objective. They are win usher la a return .
Barry Goldwater. will be Jortty Is beside the point The thing to do, sacrifice tbe
aboutnormal. In no mood to compromise to normal public Eft and to wIn
Elsewhere the campaign was It wasn't really dirty-It's Just looking for an abler leader to question Is whether be Is hone.
when you're digging a last ditch to fight to, you have put the mud some even though the "choice -not- the normal two party system. rally around. and concerned with the
that at < deepest needs of
where. ta their faces surrender ol the Republican the country can the knight is called
and disaffection win and
remain Is
have For the time being the two- Party to the extremists has competent to deal I the hone1 "Hone" u 1 IM
are trying to figure eat how the election before the campaign n Is the backlash historical with them. a I
Experts lint Ume. They say you should catch the voter before paralysis sets la. party system Is sick: and out I am afraid lodged within and revolutionary changes lathe By this test, the one And of Castro's nlcknamet. "
ends countryshould now. out
of balance because of the the body of the Republican internal life and the external have no resents to touch with

number of high up Republicans were absent when D. C. Citizens for Gold- illness III the Goldwater virusin Party a disruptive faction relations of this coun wonder whether! it has made the Came.intricate Great P e wer p

water A held a "('01\' with i Coldwater" dinner. Maybe they were afraid they might. the Republican: party. which! win not snm be dis try. the, right cholc lit h.o.wtf takes. precautionsI ... ,lRe..




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the program of three man menu will consist of turkey,I'
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'Somebody Must Plug in Electric Cord Pick Republicans Up OneGovernorship I Poverty, Medicare Bills

To Let Mighty Titan 3 Blast Off I Boosted By LBJ Win


CAPE KENNEDY. Fla. (AP the only solace Republicans, JOE
Democratic liberals
I alsoIt
could find In Tuesday's election say program were given a commit.ment
-Included In the new fist- WASHINGTON: (AP) The now should be easier to get
returns was In the 25 governor I In the 1M4 session by both
million Air Force Titan ] complex widened Democratic margin In Congress to vote the needed
ship races. There they had a net Congress branches of Congress for an
at Cape Kennedy Is a long gain of one.Particularly. chances for two could brighten funds for such programs as Increase in their payments.The .
key Johnson vocational education, mass
electrical extension cord with a satisfying to the administration proposals _: transit manpower retraining House voted a S per cent
the defeat of
big plug at one end. 1* 1 wk' two Republicans Democratic was seeking health care for the elderly and'and depressed areas. raise the Senate a $7 Increase
Somebody has to plug the cord re-election Albert Roselliniof aid to the depressed Appalachian Many Democrats are eager to in basic payments. The measure
Into region. vote on a Social Security bill went down the drain In the dispute .
a huge socket before Washington and John W. I
a The White House Is curtain to since beneficiaries under this over the healthcare plan.
mighty Titan 3 rocket can blast Reynolds of Wisconsin Rosellini ----
read the
off from its pad. ran for a third term, Reynolds a landslide victory of
second.In President Johnson as a mandate

Lt Don M. Spradlln Air addition the Republicanstook : to push harder for both measures Southern GOP Gains

Force launching pad construction : over the Massachusetts sidetracked in the last

officer grins about this ex- state house when former, Gov I session.
tension cord rocketry. i John A. Volpe staged a political' Final returns Indicate a net
comeback to defeat Lt Gov. gain of two Senate seats for the Good For Party?
get a big kick out of It. I Francis X. Bellottl Democrats and more signifIcantly

Seems Incredible that an old-] The 17 governorships won by about 41)) House !seats

fashioned extension cord would the Democrats Tuesday give|| In the Ifflth Congress, the O Sfrut fltirk( Ilmra ed a Republican to Congress at

play such a role in the space them a total of 33 since they had[Democratic Senate edge of 88 to BY JOHN BERBERS the same time the national par

business" he said i It holdovers. The Republicanswon 34 already was so big that the ATLANTA Southern R ..,ty took a catastrophic defeat"

The cord and plug aren't the eight of the races. They majority party could push publicans could not agree on' He said a Republican. Party

ordinary household types found had nine holdovers making through even Its most controversial whether gains the Republicansmade built on opposition to the civil
their total 17. The l
I, pre-election programs.
,\ around most hou "lve'.lronl"l lineup was 34 to 16 The proposal to provide medical In the deep south In Tuesdays rights movement alone could i

boards. They are a monstrous In Michigan George Romney, care for older Americans election will chip or harm wind up In the same state of

Cable and a huge drum poweredby who had refused to endorse by boosting Social Security tax their chancel of building a I confusion and frustration that

a winch. Boldwater, easily defeated Rep. es cleared the Senate by five sound two party system In the the Democratic Party In states

The Air Force said the cord Nell Staebler, former Democratic votes. The $1-billion Appalachian region. like Mississippi and Alabama
national committeeman aid bill was approved by a have been experiencing.The .
The Goldwater
saves a big chunk of money In (USAF p>wtt VI* AP WlrtpMo) Republic am
wiring costs. Utah elected a Democratic aide margin. Republican state chairman
said that the large vote for -
Titan 3 governor for the first time In It But the health plan was re- for North Carolina J. Her-
The new rocket launching Complex years when Calvin L Rampton jutted In a conference with the Sen. Goldwater and other ReMibllran man Saxon of Charlotte said he
-complex Is Salt Lake House and House leaders decided / candidates in the
nearly finished and a City attorney won /
t Titan 3 rocket Is scheduled for Here'a part of the Air Force Titan 3 complex at Cape Kennedy Hearing com- over Mitchell Melich former against bringing! up the Appalachian "black belt" gave the party Its believed however that the Republicans

firing next spring pletlon on man-made Islands in the middle of the Banana River. Large structure state legislator legislation! a sure first real boost In an area that were making a t e ady
la the Vertical Integration Building (VIB). In left foreground I in a tor- Victors Included Gov. John B. sign that they feared defeat has traditionally been Demo gains backs In the south despite act
Till buildings and hlO4oothigh t age building and In center background is a propellant inspection building. Connally of Texas close political despite a 257178 margin. cratic. some states this year

service towers sit unnaturally associate of President Johnson The new congressional lineup Moderate Republicans, h o w- 'People In this election" were
: on islands built of shell}I I program Integrate Transfer. this country which fulfill the requirements Three launch control centersare and losers Richard Kleln- 'encouraged Democrats to believe ver, laid gains In five deep not voting on Issues he said.

and sand pumped up from the, Launch-ITL. The theory looks for launch sites located on the third floor of( dlenst who Is close to Cold. they could put through.south states were canceled by Some"They feared were voting on ( a a r.

Banana RiverBuilding so good the National Aeronautics there la a limit to the numberof the VIB with platforms for water. In Arizona 'these long-disputed measures: 'losses In slates bordering the did Johnson"more than
they Coldwater.
and Space Administration launch complexes that can be spectators to watch the firing In Arkansas, Republican Wln-, -Creation of a Cabinet department 11 stale region. They pointed
.- the complex In the, is patterning its Merrltt Island' built," three miles away. throp Rockefeller brother of :: of urban affairs or, as ,out that the Goldwater vote In President Johnson ca r r I Ie d
middle of the Banana River facilities New York COY. Nelson A. It has been called more recently Texas, Arkansas Tennessee,
Apollo after the Titan The Air Force would
wasn't the only startling move 3 complex. Titan I rocket Into the VIB and a Cone Is the familiar equipment efeller gave Goy ROCk-I 1 department of housing and :Louisiana, Mississippi Alabama 1 ,Virginia North Carolina and
made by the Air Force. Install associated with a launching faubus something of a scare In 'community development Georgia and South Care.Ilna Florida, winning I majority of
all the
Air Force Brig Gen. Joseph instruments payload No more periscopes or the: end Faubus pulled through -Revision of the Immigration 1 appeared to observer to be both the popular and electoral
: The concept of putting a rocket 3. Bleymaier, deputy commander and equipment needed fora rows of television sets. The con by a substantial margin to win 1 laws to knock out the longstanding based mostly on the race Issue vote In the region. All these

together for space flight in for manned systems, explains flight. The rocket would be trol room Is so bare of equipment an unprecedented sixth tea I national origins quota "If the Republican party foU states except Arkansas had beenIn
: buildings Instead of on the pad mounted on a mobile launcher I lows this line said Robert the
column during
the new spaceship philosophy: that It seems austere. year term. I system. | Republican
: is another. and taken to the firing pad While Volpe In Massachusetts -Extension of the Wages and :Snodgrass of Atlanta, a former recent presidential elec
"If continue to tie miles Most of the monitoring Instruments
Putting .the control center on up seven away. wal making his successful 1 Hours Act to Include some 1 Republican national committeeman tions.
launching facilities for weeks at I Four Titan 3 rockets can be are in four rooms away i another former of 1 "this will/ lead It down a In
the third floor of the 23-story comeback ReI I types: service workers long the slates that Johnson car.
Vertical Integration Building a time for each payload, it will assembled! at once In the gigantic from the control center. 'publican governor, Cecil H. I excluded I dead end street" tied, Republican failed to win

VIB-lnatead of a traditional not be long before present facilities I VIB i The Titan 3C Is the booster Underwood of West Virginia. -Establishment of some form Snodgrass said he believed It any new congressional or gubernatorial

blockhouse Is another. are saturated and more Two launching pads are being the Air Force plans to use to failed' In his. Underwood lost to of national standards for the \was "very significant that Georgia posts. In Texas, both
must be constructed ,constructed, each independent of orbit its manned orbiting laboratory Democrat Hulett C. Smith, state unemployment compensation I Is In the GOP. column Republican congressmen were
The Air Force calls Its new 'Since there are few areas in the other. I I
commerce commissioner. system. or the first time and has elect. defeated by Democrats
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--- -- Hawthorne; Jo Ann Cobb, Tren- am. Wednesday In a parking Soviets N. Kosygta o! the Soviet. Va- .

Co. Commission Calls For ton; Laura L. Klnsey, Trenton. lot at NW 6th St. and 23rd Blvd. Hope ion:'said.: ** --
I II SEE DISCHARGED Fire Calla LBJ's TermIs ".As you know the Soviet
by has consistently
At 1:49: a.m. today, a vacant Government

Wildlife Management AreaThe Annette Hudson Dor othy house in the 4500 block of SW : Peaceful stood for Improving the world

Brown and daughter Pamela 1 17th Ter. was destroyed by a: climate, for a negotiated set-

Alachua County Commit. management district In th the SW Feather and son, Sondra Rob fire of undetermined origin. No I Krio lark JEtmra tlement of pressing International rela--

Lion has called on the statEGame county I inson, Veda E. Irwin Ruby injuries. Value not estimated. MOSCOW The new Soviet Issues for establishing
and Fresh Water Fish I Deyampert Linda Mae Cain, tlons of mutually -
I. leadership expressed hope yesterday
Commission to create a wildlife: Sidney Martin Hawthor, Joseph B. Sellers, Vonnle Anne Lot in Common that President Johnson'snext operation and good neighborliness -
: GENERAL HOSPITAL Thelma Weeks Mn. with all countries."On .
----- White and
commissioner thi Rogers daughter Curls
suggested term would be
( ) four-year
Nov. 3, 196&IIIRTHS Frances Schneider Mrs. Billie will always
AUCHU COUNTY10NINO Butler Melton Yates DorothyMae our part, you
COMMISSION' area be set up In the eastern Dowell and his wife who re- marked "by new effort of the
ttl ALACHUA COUNTY COUtTHOUIIOAINIWILLI : O'Steen, Mrs. Mary Frederick, Weston, Mallory Baby Girl meet readiness to develope relations
side of the He said the cently observed their 69th wed- governments of our
FLOKIOANolle county. Mr. and Mn. Charles Crosier, Mrs. Ina Blanton Mr. Loring Anabel Butler Ronnie Blanton between the USSR.

chin*County It h..by Zoning llwn CimmlulHl hit M will. MlMX All; area might eventually encl o s e Ft. White a girl; Mr and Mrs. Goode Mrs. Donna Matth e w 8 Janet Owens and daughter, ding anniversary, h a vt some- consolidating peace.A And the United States In the Interest -

.e KM'Ing 7'0 P.M. m wed_, 150,000 acres. John L. Tlson thing else In common: the same prompt message of congratulations
d.y. Novmb. IS IM4. M IK* County Waldo, a boy; and baby girl, Mrs. Eileen Lee, Yvonne Heard and daughter, to President John of the Soviet and American .
Commll.lon Room" (4011 In th* court Mr. and Mrs. James Welch 1 I Leonard Hall Miss Sarah Nix- birthdays.On Interests of
He said that area should be Annie King Eugene Ross Eliza people In the
rwuM lo tontia rwmll le man1h Nov 12 he's 92 and she son by President Anastas I. ,
following tcrlbd property ,In Hit, set aside in the management t 924B SW 5th Ave., a boy; Mr. on, Mrs. Sarah Sifrit and baby L. Bryan, Marion N. Hughes, and Premier Aleksel i consolidating peace."
follow'n' "010000': Is 88. Mikoyan
Apolleillon in Rnont.. from" Agrlcul district to permit fox, opossum and Mrs. Byron Lewis 731 SE girl, Mary Harvin, A. M. Hunter Blanton A. Davis Norman Phil- -
turn l> Ind AtIM, I' (RtqunlM by 5th Ave., a boy; Mr. and Mrs Thomas Pyles Mrs. Elle
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V 0 McCoy) and coon hunting.Lee lips, Steven Wilson, Joyce Ter
Th. South 35010" foot of tho NoM Harold Waters, a girl, Starke; Cutter and baby boy, Mrs. Jan- rell, Pauline Grain Daniel Harrison

}1.01111II M .lit'.''t 1DOOO Of Chi trot WOI'ol 35000 Ih* NI foot* ol OfI Pancrantz president of f Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ellinor, Ice Moore and baby boy Cuth- Mamie Williams, E Ilz.l

See County 11.Florin)T t I. R l l' I, Aiechui the Alachua County Sportsmens 2710 NE 10th Terr., a girl burt Mize, Jeff Harrison, James Whitney, Catherine Young.

Thi ibm* described prowrly ll 'kKltnlI Association, urged creation of f ADMITTED: Pruitt, Joanna Marshall and

ADpheallen I ion. N W 171 34th R.Term l..* rom Agrlcullur the management district. Mrs. Susan baby girl, William Brown, Luis POLICE FIRE REPORT
Welch Mrs. Neda
to Ruiinni) 'A' (KMueiltd by V. QTh.Muirt Casas Debra Harrell Ravenna
McCoy Irwin, Mrs Helen Lewis Mrs.I Accident Roundup
of HI* loutn nsn IMI 0Oh. / Elide Armai.
NW'. 0the NW. el, S.e 14It IIOHTH JUDICIAL Patricia Ellinor, William I 1 I
T f I, t t. Alichul County f lor. FOR ALACMUA COUNTY AND Brown Luis Casas Vatican Nov. 4, 1961BIRTHS Involved In accidents reported
W', !tying Southerly ond imtrrly ll, I INCHAhlctRV. by the Gainesville Police Department
the proowd NW 34th Street Ixtwvllmi JIM MOPS ILICTRICAL' ", 'INC, Johnson, Sarah Hood, Archie I 8 J
IIM. Ihl Swill 735 M teat ol COo Plorlde corporation and the Alachua County I
NW N ol Ihi NW. ol ..Id IK 14 T II 'flilntlll Jones, Dorothy Camber Mrs. Mr and Mrs. William R. T' v .. .. .
R It I. lying northerly md Will ... Sheriff's Office during the
3 Box 94 boy Mr.
Paaline Crain Rt a
,, ,.., Alfred Bailey Dykes ;
.rly' of In* prowled NW J n St THOMAS J. TANKSLIY. Ind .."'. 24 hours
luieniien, Ira Ihi Weiiirly 17000 I..' DOROTHY W TANICSLBV' Glen McQuary Jr., all of and Mrs. Curtis R. House Jr., past were: r

Th.'h"IMV'" .* dewrlbed p-rnoerty h belted No. Delendenll.HISS) Gainesville; Fred Seville Ala- 3533B SW 24th Ave., a boy. William J. Hiers, 1217 NW t

) SIM N' W 1411) llrwt NOTIC OP SAL I 45th Ave. and John E.
Appllc.tlnn' : chua; Miss Annette Hudson ADMITTED Eagle,
171 Reionl. Iran Agrleullurito PURSUANT to th. Finn Deer** ... ,
'InoutlrlM (Requeued By V. ,...d herein) en the Ire; lI'y of Novo,. Chief land; Allie Lockler, Stein- Christian Theron F. 404 NE 43rd Ter., at 8:15 p.m.
Julls J.
0 MrC.ylT' Her, ItM. ,In the circuit' Court ef Flor.He ,
Out JONW 110 foot of the North 700 00to.0 light* JudiclH, Circuit In end for hatchee; Mrs. Joyce Terrell, Geiger Mary Ann House, Mil Wednesday at NW 13th St. and .. :
073 00 foot of 000
01 tho Ioulh Aiechui County. in the cow of Jim 40th Ave.Myrtle .
't of tin "NW'* W tie 2T t S. Mops 'IVW' '"*.' I "*" Keystone Heights; Mrs. Freida dred A. Knight, Edmond Herb
II |l f. Alchu County FtorloiTh I ,..ilon. vi Theme, J. Tinki.ley McCormick Alachua Mrs. M. Alday 118 NW 21st I Iit
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( ihnv deicrlbeil: property to tocitrtI end wile. Dorothy W. Tnkily) 0. Jr., Irma J. Stone, June B. II
Sin N. W I4lh Street fene.nl.0 Dock. Book Je, Page 7"I. Mary Crosier Ft. White; Sam din Alleen E. Lloyd Rufus E. St. and Thomas W. Hallo, Mur- I
Mom Alrleulluri) ,
Application II P em 1 I. J. .. Cirmlche.l' ', Clerk ef 'no Cll.cult .
In Buiineti A' (fiwnifd by Mr. Court ol Alechui County ".,Id.. my Cannon Chicfland. Haire, Gertrude M. Clawson, phree M, University of Florida
Harold' iW."T.P-d) 'will l'"""". *."'"*< Rr wCmmenc at 7:33 p.m. Wednesday at W.
A .hooted Oho NW"of %. ly ( : Leanna M. Burgin, Loree Byrd, t
lee M TtS Iii!. AlKhuj Ceun.ty ., th* Southwell Elizabeth D. University Ave and NW 22nd j jYOIl
earner el all of Gainesville leaves
Florlrli. llld' hoot ol lend belrrmarl Lot Nine (If' ol Miller Survey ol Reubin Mims Mrs. J 0 a a ;
plrllculirly It' Itil dricrlbnl NW: cirrwr II ronow.lCommon ol .... the Soul' Hill OVi) of Section H. James Waldo; Vida A. Watson, I I
15. Tl5. '191. end run I tl drama Tewninlp plat thereof g booth recorded 110", .In M Deed leil Book, a. IN THBJ CIRCUIT COURT EIGHT High Springs; Joel Martin,' Ceorgetta Nipper. 707 NE 10th '" '
01' 'H'. PI B.lid Hng SK Ihl Was U' .If)Mm l 10 H<..IhiNW <> ehul". P.O.. 203, Flarldii, Puhllg run P.OUIinly ihoocS' ot 110'AI.. CHUA JUDICIAL COUNTY.CIRCUIT PLORIDA.IN AND FOR ALA. Cross City, Julia T. Townsend'i Ave. and Ora H. Wynn, 109 NE breathless !.

tune run N M Ihl drgrMl Illtirly IT right V I.of Jog feet- ,. the Point' ef _,.''nnl.., CHANCERY IN CHANCIRY NO. I13JI INVITATION TO 8th St., at 8:01: p.m. Wednesdayat 1j
MOO Awl to
Ihenc .
woo llm ll NW I4IK, Strnt ..d Ihi Ini 100 run fun Norm thine 131 fioti run Ihenci loom run us J. J. HARI Notice li h.r.by, ml.-given Mal. ol thl AlochwCourtly loirdol N. Main St. and 10th Ave. ,
Point el S..1001 I I n 0, Ihtnci f.en10c.. Plllnllll, County (""
run t 01 ittgrnoi 01 W I, Hongthl .In' ot pa.innlno run Woof. 1110 lit to M. quash,bid lorloe lor, the hereby lollowlng call'' for equipment ond, re I Harold T Davis, 329 SE 70th j

Inturly' right ol way flueof Tagothar with the following p rona) HAROLD CUNNINGHAM. t* b* purchned by uld, lord lor *nd St. anda parked car at 10:12 i
Mid NW J4th ltr..t, t.000 l"l| property 10.wittt DetonnentMORTOAOI ,, __ :
.... 'OUCLGIU.INOTICI on bihill of Alochuo County. florid' __
..on,* run N M d..' W ft" I wahlM mKhlnoI ) -
...! t in* wnirly right olwiy 1 Cublc foot OP SALT On* ell Only litett modal I fourooor NOTICI OP INTf NTION TO
1MI1 1''lOf
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lln. ol NW 13'd llvd 101m 1 SSfy char NOTICE ((5 f115ESY GIVEN' '" Mal. O itotion wigon tl bo eoulppod I PIOISTI FICTITIOUS NAMI
Iprlngi Rood, Itiinci run N 17 dOrrn *- 1 Couch "" ,.u.n' lo Fln.l Deer** if for. 10110."1 Puriuonr to Ktlon Ml m. Plorld till.
44. 13" W. ling, thl Wntrrly' I oak co.., table Closure' hrtolort enlired. on Iht inn I. VI ...In. minimum dliplecemint iln, nolle* li hir.By giyn Hint Hi* undlrilgnod -
rghl ol wy tin* it Mia NW 13d Oak cotln l.blO diy of October, 1114 In th* ibovo llyled ol III cubic 'InchnI ., Mr. and Mri f I. L....-
Blvd' Olin Sprlngi purl) MOM I..'. I Oak end IMI 1.u.. pending In th* Circuit Court ol Minimum" wheel b..*-lit 'Inchn u, doing' butlnni undo Ih* n.m* of
... .," W. 1. Stindird wlwell end tlrel with four WoodiHovon Firm md Omntfntil Nun
thmcl run 110 d. 14' 51" Partible T, V, -lorldl Ilghlh Judlllll Circuit IIIDilmdinl and
Sl M loaf la Hi. Point ol Spinning' r 11" T V, ceblnot model 'or Alachua' Coun.y. 'n Chancery CMa ply nylon bleci wll II.... wry.. P.OUI I, Box 3W, Ciln.ivllli, Alf'
Th. IMVI dncrlord properly I. looted i Dining Room til conilillng of 1 numbs 1272' 'm whlcN J. J. May ,)5 M.PIan1110 4.001adiu.lls power 1,5k,, powerleering 'cnu County, Florid.. Intindl lo rigll-, A
th. MMriirtlon ol NW 2t'< 1001.0 ,4 .tibii and 4 cheiri tnd I maple. wood and Harold CUMI"h.m II Ma tw.prid llectrlc wlndUlladwigro vllloni". uld ol llclltloui the name under in* pre $
and w.ana. ilorouw Stntulit
nd NW 34IH Itrnt the J. B. Caremkh.al
bulfotI untferilgned
I from RMMMIC 5. f uih'butlon' radio ind dull MM "l. Ditrt If Gilniivllli, Pio"oo. Hill Jrd
11.1 I
I Clerk f th old' Court : -
Dining Roam undo'
tit conilillng) of 1 diy ol Nov.mh.r. AO.. I9.4f .
'A' by ort
I W."A"..to Walton iuilnwi Jr, o. ...nt tar Lein.. tebii 110111 end t theirs *, iek wood and P10.1'By Decree virtu, will if thi attar termi for me ef. inn one a. AII.w..'''' hilling and Hr condltiming I. IAGAJSI
f7"3' 11 I, I 1710.
P. Graham *nd Juwtlt) Orlhim" HlgSi"'of unit _
IRing will 0011 it puette iuctlon to the high
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7. 70-imp hour bittiry md minimum
r RifrlgiritofiOrnur .il end belt bidder for ceih, ., thi NOTICI
Ih* NOV .1 lictlon 94 Town. iron door of tho Aiechui County Court ol 4] *mp alNrn5or.I. Th. Unlvertlty ef Florlde' will ....1..
1 imp 11 Iou" Ring ig fast lyNirth I : 0"..... ..." to OHnxvlll, Florid' on thi 13rd Oil titter, oil IU'er, air cliener and bdl for Ihi sorest elm ef commod. Smirnoff-filtered through a "mountain" of charcoalWhat
tinted ell .round.
Hi lelety gnu .
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ol tho right ol way 01 thi Night Table diy of November, "... between the Hlei Indlcteo1 below Intirnted
Ington Rod and wnt ol tht night alwiy I Double Bed with mitlnii houn of II:00 AM end I.M PM.. the t. Automatic trinimliilon bidden may obtain' lormi, ipecllle
*l 'InliriliU Hlghwny 7!. 1 C.O.r Chast and Springs feme being the ,legil, hour of nil, th* 10 Cr to bi pointed' monolon, whilewith tlini and other InlormMlen by cpntietIng makes Smirnoff so crystal clear,uniquely smooth, remarkably free of toff
t' Tho fllwvl fluKrlbod property I N toc.l.d 1 lollowlng oeicrlbed' real illuil. compltllll Interior trim. I mi Purchillng Dlvlilon, Room 104,
;t In tho Narthwilt cirnr ol thl IntirMellon Satma111..bunk 5.d. Willi aprln0, and .d In and 'lying In Alichul property County 11. All .'.....d equipment II odvirtiled > Tig.rf 11.11, Univaaty Florida, taste or odor Every drop I Is filtered through 14,000 pounds of activated
,1 M Intirllll 71 and 111 raid Iran 1 Lirgi Mipl, Chiil Plold''a.wlt, 'In Ihi rninutKlurir' currmtpeclllcltlom Oaln05vlll.. P1,014..
:'L Mleinnpy to Flimlnglon) 04-Meit' end Stiplei bldl tharcoal. That's why It'. dryer In Martini smoother on-the-rocks
I Small Mipti c.* .fi Comm. at NW comer if NVt of Lit There will .bi I ml Sulck .,.11.. wo. : open sully a ,

A""IICOII""A"t ..WitHn luolnu.. J,.tAaS0(000110,1.0000W .. lgnl for, Liulu. | Double Irsas Roll.S-way aid wl1R ", .,. N II ,lln al* II See uld Jttll Lot) It ond 110 run ft. t*I P 0 Hong B.. :Don to .bo. Thi Ireoed ititlon In WHon HI the cm Iboviequlpmenl. beteen I M..d.y Tund.y...".1'00''10 Supplln DOIAH. bids OPOIl .vry mIxes with anything that pours. And... it( leave you breathleu.

P. Onhirn and Juinltl Orlhim 14'.. I Window Air Conditioning Units (t thence run S 1)0) It., Mime run I by call,)'. Mr J. Perce Smith I 41140 'Inl POM r 10 JO H..bo' H ..s5
Hotpolnt *nd 1 Prledrlck/ ) 110 ft. Ihenci run N 210 ft. to N ISMof -
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) t th* AlKhu County TM i of I If"0Ij.1.7L.
Comminc gin* gt I paint whir llw 1 nit oidimobll' I door ...... ID llld Lot It, thence run W Hong lie*. .", .. and flMtrle! iulpllll I Always ask for gmimoffi
: IIJ.1I51Oof N ISM of Mid Lot .If 110 fl. lo P 0 B ,
drawn Irom Ihi South right way I 11 dttor will Ilil th* bid price en tho new 11:00 N..Oo' 1.. 1064
Reid would Inl puMIe nil" to tho hlgheil and but .11 In NVt of Lot II ef .... 1st.Ifnd :.
llni el th* Plmlnglm bleta.r vehicle md th* IrMe-ln' iltowinc All) 41.140 M'.r' .nd OOC to, Moods 5:00Noormba :
rUKl I Slot drown from' thl Wool ,lor A.cull 0. in...thi., nth diy 01 Hevember .. *lwComment I bid will .be lob.. Gilnnvlll*, florid. H. ION
right. al wiy (line el Intirititi High. *l 11:00: fclock el NW corner of N't of lldder Ihell certify hIs bid' equals, T N. WOLLI.01,0cM 10a300PROOF.DSTILttoFROMGRAIN.dS1i. PIERREIMIRNOFFRI.DIV.OFHEUOLEINHARTFORD.04",f06r
wiy 7 th lout right ol wiy lino ol Ih* Circuit Court it Ihl Courlhoul. 'In AleJ I lime N ISM of told Lot If 420fl .. (37141 ,
: 'cetloni ind Mill tlch minutKlur* 11:5 II ._ ,
chuo Coun'y. PNrlda.
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PUmlnglon Rout 470 lietf 1 h run le B thmci contlnu* I currant llteritur hll bid. -- - -
Seuthi..trly I>g lilt pat"., to thi ,ISM'DATED idea Jrd ".y 01 ........'. A D. long, uid N lot ISM 140 ft. mar* orMI TOO d.II.y dolt euppertlng Shall bo .,.,... I. thob'd.
W..t right ol wiy rot IntinlitiHlghwiy B. CARMICHAEL lo Nl corner M uld Lit ItIhenc as II 0111 b0 a5nlda/d, In tII..word. I
71i Mona NorlhiMtirly4M run I apy I line ol N1' ol told I III.d.
let ll Ihl Wnl right el wiyllm Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court Lot It IIS ft., tHoncl run W 140 nthenet ., ihell fumlih a till* Clrtlllcili/
Allchue Florid /
ol /Inlertlllg. Hlghwey 7I Ihincl County run N tig ft. I. p. o. B. HI ter 'no n.w .ehlell.
run Northwitlir Hong, the W.., rightof IV I..lly WalerhouMDoputy !lying end being.' Hi Hi* N'* ef Lit Olds ihill .b. In dupllcil ... .. In in
wny Mm ol 'Inwrilit Hlghwiy 7!, (COURT SIAL .It of Sec 510.10. ell within Alachu. .110" wllnln .n anvaep. .nd Ms ...
IW toot to thl paint of beg'nnlngi County Florid. ,
,lOAN CF.OUCH a ANDERSON terlor nvlop. cleirly "mirked "lid *nstellon Here Are
all 'lying ind being In thi NOV' ol Alter lor PlolntltfMl The tad nil property n foretild. together Wegon for Tao Aiteitor 01-
Section 14, tooth, Ringin t with' tenement.. hredltm. ...
: li B. Fir it Street .....
Int. r.l Florid O.InOallFlorida' and _" mereunle. or I In any All bid shall bo ,In writing and de.
Thl Ibevi ty I ll locitd. Imll 11:5: ..lie eppertHnlng' Mini b* laid to Sal" tlvered by hind or mill to tho loird
In l Ih. Int"... it
thl Soulhwul corner lily Mid Flml Decree of County Commliflonori. *t th* court TheWINNERS sa
lion ol 'Intertill, 75 and Ihl reed IromAMCinopy DATED Hill 3rd day *f November" houu In Oelniivllli) *n *r bole I.30
to FlomlngtmAppllcillon If... P M, Tueidiy November 17, IfMTh .
10 Ono yier verlmcl' to .... LlGAL NOTICI J. B CAP.MICHAIL
Boerd of County rommlillonorl
aol. a TV Repair Shop II nomi Th. Unlvwilly/ ol Florid will receive. Clerk, of the Circuit Court the right to relecf' my md ill rewrve nlust1
eccupitlon In RMlo>nce "A" lone. bled for th* gerwrel clot ef commod Alftchu' County PlerUiByi bide md to ...1.' InlormelllleiO / .
(Roqieitrd by 1.1,. Aiuton t, Raum.t IDs el Indicated below Intereeted btf Imlly Welirhouil M. D..ll. Chilrmin '
Let 70 Jick SuMlvlilon d.. may .00010 form. ,100lf/00Ilans/ end Deputy Clark i I
Surd *f County CommlillontrgAlichu
Thi iMve dewrloid' property I ll ,...,.. other InlormlllM by cenlectlng th* Pur. (COURT SIAL
County Florid
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Thursday, .November" 5..1964' Gainesville' ; Sun 9

I Oswald's Death Prompted Warren Study. I IBy

JACK WILSON |l I'food I think that was a stunu- link between him and organii-l I One of them was based on ai my association between American fact.finding committee scheme. If the attempt had fail'I ed by most persons who knew
| Cowles Washington Bureau us to give me an emotional ed crime in Chicago. He was suggestion by William Crowe)I''Oswald took a bui to them'l which Weissman said I ed, Oswald l might have beenmoved i him as moody and unstable -
(IEIJbtb.f Series) eeling that suddenly I felt. drafted In 1943 and spent the i 8 a,m., and Ruby drove I was created for that purpose. to disclose his confederates hardly one to have encouragedthe
VASHINGTON D. C, III which was so stupid, that Iwanted ,rest of the war in airbases in Jr. a young nightclub entertainer leaving usually around f None of the employees ol the to the authorities, If III' confidence of persons Involved I
[ weren't for Jack Ruby and 1" to show my love for our the South. He was honorably',I. that he might have Oswald apparently spent his|:club knew anything about sucha succeeded as it did, the additional In a sensitive conspiracy
twisted thoughts ti at crawl|J l Faith: being of the Jewish faith,,discharged In 1947, and eventu- seen Oswald In Ruby Carou- evenings at home watching tele- meeting, however and Lane killing might Itself have ,"
| through his twisted mind one ;I ind I never used the term and ually drifted into the night club sel Club. Crowe tossed off this vision, and he was not known continued to refuse to give the produced a trail to them Neil: How do you pretest I

nday morning last November 1[i don't want to go Into that-:business In Dallas, where his "possibility" while talking to ever to have been inside a nightclub name of his witness so the com ._'Moreover Ruby., was. .regard. presldfnt
> Warren Commission probab-! !suddenly the feeling the emo-'sister, Eva Grant, had a club, Ruby was a member of the,mission could pursue the point.
1 would never have investigat I:ional feeling came within me''At (the time of the assassination two newsmen He also told them YMCA where Oswald had occasionally I And several witnesses recalled .
1 the assassination of Fresi I Iht I that someone owed his debt to he was operating two strip I '[that his performance Included a stayed, and they had I| that Ruby had been angry,
Kennedy I li i ur beloved President to save joints I memory act post office boxes In the same when he saw the newspaper advertisement :

emove Ruby from the pic-,' -,._-,- u sub-station, but these seem to' although he does
e and Lee Harvey Oswald have been wholly coincidental. not seem to have had any general .

lid have lived to stand trial I ; "\, ;'." .... ,, .. .; ; In view of their different[ political interests. He became AF" ,
the facts of the slay i n g il jS.Kd. : Ass. te n. working hours, living habits, excited, one witness said, t+ a
ild have been brought out onI .. tY ... \ and income It seems unlikelythat when he discovered a big billboard "

I witness stand. '.. .. .., they ever even saw each In Dallas saying "Impeach ,,
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Jut Ruby shot Oswald twos other, the commission decided. Earl Warren. He speculated -
after the President was:her the ordeal of coming back. He was In I newspaper office "They built up the memory I How about Ruby and other about whether there was
d, and destroyed whatever I don't know why that came I discussing advertising for his 1 thing and they built up the bit figures in the case! There was some connection between the
|nce there was of getting the through my mind." clubs when word came that the of having seen Oswald there J, D Tippit the policeman billboard and the advertise-
nation In a normal man Behind that explanation were President had been shot. A and I never stated definitely,!whom Oswald shot while fleeing ment. ;
He also touched off world.!the facts of Ruby life He was newspaper advertising man told positively, and they laid I did after the assassination Finally he asked one of his
suspicion that there may born Jack Rubenstein in the I the commission Ruby reacted and all In all, what they had Mark Lane, a New York attorney friends: "Who Is Earl Warren"
e been some complicated with "stunned disbelief" Another In the paper was hardly even told the commission that I There remained, of course, I
((piracy In which both Os. slums of Chicago in 1911, His said he was "obviously shako close to what I told them,".!an Informant whom he refusedto the possibility that Ruby might)
and Ruby were involv-;parents, Joseph and Fannie, en, and an ashen color Just Crowe told the commission investigators name had told that Tlppit have been Involved in some ,
separated when he was 10. "The very pale showed little dis- Investigators subse- and Ruby had a two-hour meet. discovered conspiracy a I
was to quell such suspli -:predominate causes of the separation -position converse, and sat fora quently found a picture taken bya 'Ing in the Crousel Club Nov 14, with Oswald, and that he un'l L1
i and answer such questions were apparently Joseph while with a dazed expression free-lance photographer showIng six days before the assassina Oswald to silence him. The a
t President Johnson appoint- Rubensteln excessive drink In his eyes" a man In the Carousel Club turn The third man In the meet mission considered It unlikely
he seven man commission ing and Fannie Rubenstein un I From then until the momenthe who might have been mistaken ing, Lane said, was Bernard "By striking In the city Jail.)
d by Chief Justice Earl controllable temper," the War pulled the trigger two days for Oswald, but who obviously Weissman Weissman Inserted a Ruby was certain to be '
en,;and directed it to ex'ren Commission reported. "She was not he. Crowe said It could black bordered ad In a Dallas headed," its report said appre-j *
between violent
later he alternated
have been the man he saw But .
e every fact, rumor, and resented her numerous paper the morning Mr. Kennedy An attempt to
f! evidence however remote- believed her husb pregnancies andto and often pointless activity he laid his memory wasn't very arrived in town, carryinga wald by having Ruby kill him)I ,11" a'tit
onnected with the tragedy.by be unfaithful and nagged him and what looked like numb desolation -good bitter right.wing attack on would have presented exceptionally 9
1 shot Oswald, killing him because he failed to make He spent hours calling After Crowe's story got into him and his administration The grave dangers to any'
a single slug In the belly, ," acquaintances on the telephoneto print other persons reported ad was allegedly sponsored by other persona Involved in the
enough money _
preparing to ask how they felt about the having seen Ruby and Oswald
is police were Jack the '
f I Shirt into an automobile street grew and up among became assassination. He scurried l together. One man who claimedto TA
e basement of the Dallas gangs a around town on activities thai have seen Oswald talking to
tough and expert alley fighter. could be described in the club couldn't
Jail. It was the first murevercommitted only as'Ruby remember Aw
: live on naide. He dropped out of school at meaningless. Or he sat In his I where the club was or \
.television. the end of the eighth grade sister apartment and stared al what It looked like Another said 4'ij w
occurred short. and began, career of bustling -the floor he had seen Oswald In the club
r |before e shooting noon on Sunday, chasing the fast buck Then was, however, no Indication -the night of Nov 10-a night
1.t :4,:1963, about an hour wherever it was available He which the commission I which he was known to have ,
than two days after the was not a vicious man, and could discover that he had any spent with his wife In Irving, MEN'S BOOTS
there was no evidence that he ,
shot used connection with anyone else remotely Texas
aldent was Ruby
j,rabbet pistol which he customarily 'was In any serious scrapes associated with the assassination Ruby and Oswald lived a lit- A
carried wrapped in a with the law before he decidedto or with Os" lid I ,, tie ever a milt apart at the time Wellington's
canvas moneybag in the trunkof take It Into his own hands. Three were rumors, inevitably. -of the slayings, but the commission QJ Engineers
The commission could find v
no could find no signs of
he walk.
his car. It was easy: t 8-Inch Lece-
: td past I policeman who was ups i l
.' Pr.
guarding an automobile entrance
to the"Basement, shoved Recognized excellence. SAVE '
; Ms way through a crowd of reporters .
photographers and TV NOW y'a
cameraman, and, when police ELGIN WATCHESYOUR
brought Oswald within range,
shoved the gun against his body
and shot him CHOICE AT ZALE'SONLy$29 $199 rrr.:;

Why did he do It? Here is I
Ruby answer to that questionas '
recorded by the Warren Com- ,95 SIZES 10 to I
:"Sunday morning (III) saw a irw air LADIESTEENSDRESS
letter to Caroline, two columns
about a It-Inch area. Someone) : SHOES
had written a letter to Caroline., I BLACKS HUES I
\ a. tads s' or.aNualul t.in lee i.eN 1Ntw.a
.The most heartbreaking letter. 17_ N ,ros mewvm 1011 pie cawS i GREENS SUEDES
11 don't remember the contents -7 s.wu.d EiFn.rbv.en.a.17 a..i isdN' fife REDS PATENTS
ongside that letter on theme 11I.-1.mad.,wre..obis c.w.C be tae bra's .w.no..ac.mna High Heels, Med. Heels, Low
sheet of paper was snail Caney a.N EIp n-Lad,N' pia... 17.-1; Heels' Stocked \Je
comment in the newspar Ei.n, ,.Nobody tAp.dD. \
that, I don't know how It UsfN' w.tarpr.ef.: ,,:-17. io..i. Lira/ hIS
am a wcoM hand.M OM.ti
|ras stated, that Mrs. Kennedy
hay have to come back for the
Hal of Lee Harvey Oswald."I $479 rLdeltrlge J
don't know what bug got All New
hold of me. I don't know what r Pell Styles
Is, but I am going to tell the
roth word for word.
"I am taking a pill called,
?reludm. It Is a harmless pill,
find It Is very easy to get In LADIES. TEENS
] he drugstore It Isn't a highly Flats and Loafers
Described pill I use it for diet- '

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"I don't partake of that much( e Suede Reds

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -| STYLES -- America's Largest -
James Monroe I Page is convinced
he can'I win PRICES GOOD THROUGH SAT. Selling 6 Year Old
Recently lie was brought Into *
court on a speeding charge. E M.e'. a tom.b. Dena17.M.edn.E'.dn Bourbon
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Two.weeks I later, he was
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Page said 'be thought! his 1 I 3CECAL tltf'AN"ON 6ANO' EXTRA
speed was:'allout right, the arresting -
laid he was driving i CONVENIENT TERMS P ; Use CIMTRAl CMAI6I AND LAY.AWAY ..
officer LAYAWAY FOR 0,.. M... ..... tt a m. Kl t .. .:
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passing on- both sides I CHRISTMAS 915 MAIN ST. iMOfiNO CINTII .. .

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10 Gainesville, "' Sun Thursday, November 5, 1964

8 mmHDD n- Bridal Parties Hospital Auxiliary Members! i ROUND STEAK-. 75'

THEimmy Fete Peggy Albright, Attends Convention I Half Cut and Wrapped of Good Beef 50

Miss Peggy Albright, bride- Places were marked for the I Eleven member of the tw I of Florida Teaching - The Way You Wont It ................ LB.
Hospital The afternoon will be featur
( elect of Lawrence Gayle, was bride elect, Mrs. Jayne But.'Gainesville Hospital Auxiliaries William A. Taylor, administrator ;.I I ed by group conferences. BARTON'S New Store
honored with luncheon
a given terworth ,
Bob Roundtree, are in Clcarwa-cr: attending Association of the Variety Children1 Mrs. C. W. Brestleof St
I Tuesday afternoon at the Manor Mrs. Lee Dollar, Mrs. M. H. 4)f Florida Auxiliary Hospital In Miami, and Dr.I Petersburg Is conference chair 2Vi Miles South of N.wb rry on Store Hwy. 41
Restaurant. Brennan Mrs. C. A. King, Mrs. meetings held In conjunctionwith Merrill F. Steele administrator man and Mrs. J. W Pipes 01 OPEN 7 A.M. to 8 P.M. DAILY
Hostesses for the
t prenuptial Hill English and Mrs. A n nPaulling. the annual convention ol[ of the Bethesda Memorial Hos- Boynton Beach Is institute and ALL DAY SUNDAYZALECKESTA
officers of the Business
party were \ the Florida Hospital Associa, pltalln Boynton Beach. 'chairman.
and Professional Women'lClub. Another tion.
wedding courtesy
I 6e Ruth WeImer was given recently to honor Alachua General Hospital I
Women'a Editor I The wedding of Miss Albrightand Miss Albright by Mrs. Clifford Auxiliary will be representedby
Mr. Gayle will take place Morrow, Miss Ella Mae I Mrs. Hess G. Florida, first
i Saturday at 7:30: p.m. In Waldo ,Schenck and Mrs. Janie Noe. auxiliary president and a member
a UNICEF at the home of Mrs. Pa r k e 'The trio gave a miscellaneous of the original state execu-,
Winter, cousin of the bride- shower at Primrose Inn. live board; Mrs. Edward'

--. elect. Pastel colors were used i n Byrne, president; Mrs. Melgs ,.1
An electric' buffet service I the party appointments.The Haggerty, first vice presl-
tray was given to Miss Albrightby and Mrs. Allen Y. DeLaney
dent, -
Program hostess gift to the bride- :
1 the hostesses, who also was and State
past president
presented a corsage of yellow I elect was a hand painted serving :Health Career Chairman.
"Saturday's collection of Hal.loween'treats' rosebuds and the arrangement I tray. The University Medical Auxiliary .I
of coins for UNICEF of pink roses centering the More than 55 guests were in representatives will be:

the United Nations Chll- luncheon table. I attendance. i Mrs. Stanley S. Ballard, f'rstl'! I t
dren'i Fund, will have far. president and Northeastern Di- s
reaching results in many parts! By Josephine Lowman rector of the association, Mrs.I
of the world," Mrs. Thomas G. T. F. Parkinson, president--
< Mitchell, chairman of the local elect, Mrs. L. E. Grinter, Mrs.
'" i said / Grow 0 F Agee, Mrs. Kenneth
program Why
"It still too early to know Bzock Mrs. J. Barton Hoag
exactly how much was collected i and Mrs. J. Hillls Miller.

although $300 has been ref Business Session TodayAll
ported. Whatever the amount, it i sessions are being held
] will mean help and hope for: Old? in the Jack Tar Harrison ho-
sick and hungry children In tel. An afternoon business
many parts of the world, Mri session today was to be follow
Mitchell said. i Good Posture ed by an Informal party at the
"Every penny contributed by ImportantFor Belleair home of Dr. and Mrs. View CfaGfcutique c&c /btu faej t/
our fellow citizens will\
generous 'Peter J. Spoto honoring state
give a hungry child five cups of Appearance Health'board members and all Mound
milk, the vaccine to Zile'i Jewelers Is offer Zalecrest-a collection of fine diamonds and related
or provide Good posture I Is Important t o minutes, straighten legs and Park Auxiliary members a t privileged to you jewelry Items.
protect"a youngster from tuberculosis every woman and particularlyto slide back up the wall Do thisseveral tending the convention.Mrs. highly imaginative designs. The world wide resources of Zale'f, America's largest jewelers, will assure unexcelled
she indicated. the pregnant woman. If the times.Exercises Spoto was first presIdent craftsmanship and fashion creativity.
UNICEF assists over 500 of the St. Petersburg
pelvis is not correctly balancedand After PregnancyI
lone range programs {or Mound Park' Hospital 1 organization. -
posture as a whole Is poor receive letters from
needy children and mothers In many
this places strains on ligamentsand .
more than 100 countries readers asking how soon they r
On Halloween, more than 3 muscles During pregnancy can begin exercising to get Leadership Institute .Shown art a few superb pleceifrom the famous" ?f1LECC EST Collection: $223
million American boys and girls these are already subjected to their figures back after the Tomorrow a Leadership Institute .
contributed to this work by unusual stress. baby arrives. The usual rule, on hospital volunteer
Trick or Treating for UNICEFIn You all know what the "preg when there art no complications workers Is sceduled with Mrs.
5 some 13,000 communities. nancy walk" looks like. It usually Is six weeks after deliv Germaine Febrow of Chicago,
I In Gainesville the program in. waddles a bit and the ery. I am speaking now of assistant director of the Division $
volved the participation of the shoulders and hips are thrown quite strenuous exercises. Today of Hospital Auxiliaries of
United Church Women and the back. As the abdominal muscles many doctors give the the American Hospital Assocla
Junior Woman's Club as co- become more weakened by green light much sooner. lion, as co-ordinator.
sponsors. stretching this tendency to However no exercises shouldbe Speakers Friday morningwill
Anyone with contributions to swayback Increases. This causes undertaken without a doc Include:
1 I be reported Is requested to call\ fatigue and may cause back tor's permission. Each case Is] L. R. Jordan of Gainesville htf
I Mrs. Mitchell or Mrs. David ache. different. administrator of the University
Drylie. Of course the woman who Is
expecting a baby should wear $123 $195 7'
Council I On low-heeled shoes most of the. CalendarTODAY Of EventsOES AlSso ,
time.: High heels throw the
My even more off balance
HumanRelations November S I p.m., Masonic Tem J.
ind then there Is more danger
if a fall when wearing them. Santa Fe High School Alum- ple.Epsilon
nae Association Installationof Sigma Alpha Jew- tJ: 00 ... '
Restful Position -: I '==J'llI!:'!!!I
el Pin Ritual 7 Mrs.
It Is important that you officers, 7 p.m. Santa Fe p.m.
UF Professor Walter A. Ro- watch your posture caret \\Illy.I High School cafeteria. Robert Sullivan, 3928 SW 13th '
senbaum will speak to the You will find this position restful Golden Age Club 1:30: to Street. tix2smmv.uw'
Council on Human Relations Recreation FRIDAY, November ..u Mw MMLr /
so assume It several times 4.30 p.m., Center. .
on Sunday, at 3:30: p.m, at daily, Lie on the bed on your Gainesville R e ere a tlon Gainesville Orchid Society : \ r ,....w
the Utility Center. back. Bend your knees and Department, P h y s i cal Fitness S p.m., City Utility Center, v. e. ... '
Professor Rosenbaum; who received place your feet flat on the bed. Lesson 4, Recreation 555 SE Fifth Avenue. il ,
I his degree In political In order to get the feeling o f University Women's Club SATURDAY, November 7 '" ,.. IA> ZT's'
sicence from Princeton University Little Women "Sleepy Hollow -
orrect posture do this several Evening Bridge S p.m., Uni- JEWELERS
t will discuss the topic times: a day, It will act as a re versity Women's Clubhouse, Barn Dance," 8.30 to
"Current Courses In the' Civil nlnder. West Newberry Road. 11:30: p.m., Gainesville Woman's 12 I. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
.Rights Bill" He Is a member Stand with your back to the Gainesville Junior Wom Club. West University
of the faculty at the University ,wall shoulders and hips a nd .an's Club f a.m., film, "That Avenue Music by the Cobras. J
.d of Florida and Is the advisor I head touching. Bend your knees They May Live", 11:30: a. m., ---
for Phil' Sigma Alpha the politlcal ,and slide your shoulders and Meeting.
science honorary society.All I hips and head down the wall University Mother's Club,
members of the community I bout six inches. As you do so 12:30 p.m., luncheon, HolI- I Open Fridays Til 9
are Invited to attend this I ouch the small of your back day Inn.
meeting. I igainst the wall. Hold for a few Gainesville Chapter 44,
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CMTED FUND Nathaniel Wesley, president. accepted the presentations :
The annual United Fund Student Government Associa I plaques from the student body
News of InterestTo I ROUND STEAK.
Special drive is currently taking place tion, for the student body Dr. and the university and a handsome 75'Half
throughout the city. 0 W Nca- H. Manning Efferson, dean of trophy of an Olympic
ly, principal'of Lincoln High the university of Florida A&M; sprinter from the Department
the Colored Community held a meeting at Lincoln with l: Coach Robert P. Griffin I ,I of Health and Phusical Educa of Good Beef

the following persons present 'for the Department of Health lion. Cut end WrappedThe 50

News Items for this page should be directed to Ben F. Child, Colored News Lucius Duval Elementary M. Jackson School princpal; oft.I and Coach Physical A. S. Gaither Education, who;madea and "I accept these tokens of recognition Way You Wont It .. ........ LB.BARTON'S .
editor, by mall at 526:: NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 6-5753. Do not send Thelma with honor,
Jordan principal of, of the dignity
items directly to the Sun office presentation gifts received New Store
Jones A. Quinn Elementary I by Hayes from the and respect" he said. With
PuiwM rnnwnwti.. whn mil ten. will bt few* M A.. L governor [
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. complete this program, bringing GIBBS JR. COLLEGE ADDS School; Gaston T, Cook, principal of the stale. the spirit of this great student 2Vi Miles South of Newberry en State Hwy. 41
Pleasant Methodist the total number of graduates ELEVEN TO FACULTY of Williams ElementarySchool (body and school behind me I OPEN 7 A.M to 8 P.M. DAILY J
Choir No. 2 will have Its rehearsal to 217. ST. PETERSBURG Gibbs and C. W. Norton, su With characteristic modestyand ,shall continue to strive to be and ALL DAY SUNDAY

today, 7;30 p.m. Edell! Guest speaker for the occa Junior College made one of Its pervlsor) of elementary education -, humility, .the great sprinter'great for the attlers." .
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Turner, president: Richard I sloe will be Mr. Otha W Nealy, largest increases In the faculty -- - --
W R. Lee and Mike Kreshka .
Parker, organist The Board of principal of L i n e o I n High and staff this year when eleven ?
I of the United Fund attended
Education and Church School School. Diplomas will be presented -new persons were hired in nine!
also and to the :
staff will meet tomorrow 7:30: I to the graduates by G. different areas. spoke group y
=pjn. V. 1.. Trapp, Chairman Hugh Williams, chairman of the The faculty and staff was I This campaign throughout the I .l
HH Commission! on Education, J. Board of Public Instruction. boosted to a total of 64 persons schools will be held during the
=:Franklin Jones Jr., Church School pins will be presentedto when additions were made In the next two weeks.
school superintendent the class by Mrs. Martha following Iras: administration, Rev. W. L Souder a mem
"::. Mt. Carmel Baptist Teach. Bell, assisted by Mrs Ruby science, mathematics business her of the United Fund Com
ers' Meeting today, 7;30 p.m. Philpot and Mrs. Barbara Cross social studies, English, foreign mlttee, said that announce.
The choir will have its rehearsal Mrs. Barbara Collins will Introduce languages and nursing menu are being made through. .
tomorrow, t p.m. Rev. T A. the speakers for the evening Dr. John W. Rembert In an out the churches and volunteersare
Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther W. pouncing the appointments, said being sought to assist.
Dr. C. W Banks, chairman,
Hamm,reporter. The graduates, who will take some persons were added after l
of the South East Boys' Club
Friendship Baptist Sunday the Florida State Board of classes began because of the unexpected ,
Committee urged the colored
School 9:30 a.m.; morning worship Nursing licensing examination boost in enrollment. community to participate in the I t
11 a.m.; and evening worship before becoming Licensed Practical This year, a total of 946 students United Fund drive, since \benefits
7 p.m. Rev. D. E. White, Nurses are: registered for classes to to the community have,
pastor. Dorothy Butler, Vivian Jones, Indicate more than a IS per cent '
been Increased with the add:
Lessie McKinney Peggy Shade, boost last year's figures
Greater Bethel A. M. E. over ion of the South East Boys
I Sunday School, f:30 a.m.; mornIng Tureatha Walker all of Gaines- Two natives of Trinidad join- Club Branch. I
worship, 11 a.m.; A.C. E. ville, Eliza Damon, Oca la; ed the faculty. They are husband i a' tl
i League, 6:30 p.m.; and evening Odessa Flournoy: Mican 0 p y ; and wife, Dr and Mrs. BOB 11\YES RETIHNS:
.\ worship, 7pm. Rev. W. S. Reatha Gasklns, Gloria Wash- Roderick Loney. Dr Loney was TALLAHASSEE, (FAMU)
White, pastor. ington, and Edna Jordon, Ala- appointed as Director of Research Florida's Bob Hayes who
chua.A for Gibbs, and Mrs. Loney
New Salem Baptist There
has established his right to be
reception will follow the exercises added to the English
will be choir rehearsal Saturday was called "the world fastest human

4 p.m. AU members are in the adjacent lobby. faculty. The two attended Napa- returned from his 01
urged to be present. Sunday The public is Invited to attend rina College in Trinidad; Wheaton pie triumphs, In Tokyo Wednevday >m- Z1LECllES7'A teN attctweque catccfititiZale's /ire,jc ee4!
these ceremonies. Wheaton 111 and
College, :
School, 10 a.m.; morning wore night, Oct. 28, to be greeted -
ship, Communion 11 a.m.; and WILLIAMS: PTA the doctorate was Director conferred of Research up- by a wildly-cheering ad. Jewelers Is privileged to offer you Zalecrest-a collection of line diamonds and related Jewelry Item,
afternoon worship, 3 : T he on the new
miring crowd of more than I- designs. The world wide of Zale's, America's largest Jewelers will -
sermons at both the morning The Williams Elementary SOD at the Tallahassee highly Imaginative resources assure unexcelled
and afternoon worships will be School PTA prepares for its an- A former South American Instructor Municpal persons Airport. craftsmanship and fashion creativity.

6 delivered by the pastor or his nual Western Roundup, to be Peierce Brereton, Joins Students, faculty and staff
held Friday afternoon, Nov I, the as a Spanish instructor
appointee. Rev. C. J. Johnson, faculty members from Florida A AM
; pastor, Mrs. P. L. Scott, re in the auditorium of the school. Brereton is a product of University and well wishing

': porter. Booths are being erected to Florida Presbyterian College. Tallahasseeans lined the air Shown art few superb pitctirom slut famous %ALtl 'ClHS'V Colltctloni $225
contain many games and attractions -the University of South Florida, port boardwalk and thronged
\ YOUTH COUNCIL The Roundup will start at and Brown University. onto the runway as passengersemerged e
J The youth of the NAACP will 7 p.m. A Harvard University graduate from the plane, on
N meet today, Nov. 5, at 8 p.m. Among the food attractions Joins the mathematics desartment which Hayes was traveling. k
will be old western style She Is Mrs
on the ground floor at the Mt. popcorn Betsy Members of the football tram
;; Carmel Baptist Church. Bad Sam squeeze cups; Whitman who received master hoisted their teammate on their
Your presence Is urged Old Joe pig -In.theblanket, degrees from Harvard University shoulders.
Chief Big Horn's cake. Little, and also Florida State Uni.
On hand to welcome him officially -
NOTICEAll Joes coffee, and others. versity.
were: Dr. and Mrs
members of the Community Wear your cowgirl (or cowS A new addition to the science George W Gore Jr., Coach and
Gospel Choir are asked to boy) costume. Trail ride, pioneer department Is Alfred Smith who rfrs A. S. Gaither, and representatives --
ti meet at the home of Mrs. and Indian costumes welcome received degrees from Bethune- of state and county I
Mildred Barker of 1713 S.E. too.Arrangements. Cookman College and Howard government; agencies The later .
12th Ave. Saturday at 7:30 are being i University,
on Included Dave Hunter, administrative $195
p.m. Levi Griffin, president. made for a gala affair, dancing Mrs. Florence Jones Is a new assistant to Gov- $123 $323
+ and games and lots of fun addition to the library staff She ernor Farris Bryant, who presented $50
CALLED HERE for all. General admission Is received the masters degree
a citation signed by the
IS cents. from[ Indiana University and the
Mrs. Claronelle Smith Griffin governor and a gift from the
teacher In the St., Petersburg All parents welcome The bachelor degree from FAMU
state executive, a pair of gold .
public school system, was "round-up"' is being sponsored Florida A & M University cuff links Inscribed with the official DE : ..-..==-.ICJ 1
called here because of the ill by the PTA.Douglas graduate Mrs. Mathye McCloudwas seal of the state of Florida .
ness of her mother, Mrs Mamie Anderson High Schoolof appointed assistant to Dr. I # ..
Smith. Jacksonville last year's city Loney U2S
Thursday morning the Flnr- .r,
champions will play Lincoln Appointed as coordinator ol f : "'-1'4___
Ida A&M student body faculty '
Terriers I: and Instructor / rw w
NEWBERRY NEWS High contemporary and staff packed Lee Hall Auditorium -
In Medical Center p.m. Nov.20.. In social studies was. l.J.
Floyd King Sr., Is a patient t The big:powerful Douglas Anderson Patrick Conover who received t Salute to to Bob an Impressive Hayes" oF f i: '

In the Medical Center at Gaines will be replacing A. L University/. during an university anenv "I '1' ZALE S.
ville. Mebane High for the Terrier I -
bly presided over by Dr OscarA.
,3 K W JD L K n .
closing game the regular gical Seminary. Moore, head of the Depart
PRACTICAL NURSING: season. Other appointments were: ment of Health and Physical' 12 E. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
GRADUATIONThe The three bands to play Mrs. Gwendolyn Austin, bus! Education.
Alachua County Practical this colorful final home game ness a graduate of Florida "Salutes"' were presented by r A
Nursing Program will have are: Douglas Anderson High I I A & M and Indiana Universities
graduation exercises on Friday School Marching "100," A. L, ; Mrs Ethel Holmes, nursing .'
_Z. at I p.m:in the Medical Science Mebane the colorful Hornets I a product of FAMU and
Building Auditorium of the J. band under the direction ol f Tuskegee; and Mrs Pauline
T Hillis Miller Health Center. Richard Parker, and Lincoln I Keeton a product' of Georgetown t ..Open. Fridays Til 9 .
The 10 graduating students High band under the -direction I College, Georgtown, Ken 1-"' .

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iI, II ,' Thursday. November, 5, 1964 Gainesville, Sun 9 : I

Ir\\ Oswald's Death Prompted Warren Study :"

I By JACK WILSON food. I think that was a stimu- Unk between him and organized One of them was based on ai my association between them. the American fact-finding committee -,I scheme. If the attempt had failed ed by most persons who knew.. I
Cowlei Washington Bureau lus to give me an emotional crime In Chicago He was suggestion by William Crowe|Oswald took a bus to work at which Weissman i al I d I Oswald might have been him as moody and unstable --"
(Eighth of Series) feeling that suddenly I felt drafted In 1943 and spent thereat Jr. enter 8am., and Ruby drove a car,I was created for that purpose. I moved to disclose his confederates hardly one to have encouraged I
WASHINGTON, D. C. If which was so stupid, that I of the war In alrbases in a young nightclub leaving usually around II a.m.. None of the employees of the I to the authorities. If 1: the confidence of persons Involved -"" I
it weren't for Jack Ruby and wanted to show my love for our the South He was honorably 'tainer, that he might have Oswald apparently spent his 1 club knew anything about such J succeeded, as it did: the add in a sensitive conspira-
the twisted thoughts that crawl- faith, being of the Jewish faith, discharged In 1947. and eventu- seen Oswald in Ruby's Carou- evenings at home watching tele- a meeting, however, and Lane I tional killing might itself have cy"Next
ed through his twisted mind one and I never used the term andI ually drifted into the night club sel Club. Crowe tossed off this vision, and he was not known continued to refuse to give the produced a trail to them. : How do yon protect a
Sunday morning last November, don't want to go Into that- business In Dallas, where his "possibility" while talking to ever to have been inside a nightclub name of his witness so the com _Moreover.. Ruby.was regard president? _____
the Warren Commission probably -suddenly the feeling, the emotional sister, Eva Grant, had a club. Ruby was a member of the mission could pursue the point.
would never have Investigated feeling came within me At the time of the assassinationhe [two newsmen He also told them YMCA where Oswald had occasionally And several witnesses recalled -
I the assassination of President that someone owed his debt to was operating two strip I I that his performance included a stayed, and they had that Ruby had been angry,
Kennedy our beloved President to save I Joints. I memory act post office boxes in the same when he saw the newspaper ad-
Remove Ruby from the picture 'substation, but these seem to vertisement, although he does I
h and Lee Harvey Oswald have been wholly coincidental. not seem to have had any general ,'
\ would have lived to stand trial i&eI1t1 In view of their different political Interests. He became -
and the facts of the slaving I .f ifY. :$s $ama : n : working hours, living habits, excited, one witness said,
fi could have been brought out on and Income it seems unlikelythat when he discovered a big bill

the witness stand! '{\,,". ..,,, ,." l. they ever even saw each board In Dallas saying "Im-,
f But Ruby shot Oswald two ---- other, the commission decided. peach Earl Wawen" He specu-
days after the present was her the ordeal of coming back.] He was In a newspaper office "They built up the memory I How about Ruby and other lated about whether there was
killed, and destroyed whatever I don't know why that came(I discussing advertising for b 11 thin and they built up the bit figures In the case? There was some connection between the' .v,
'f chance there was of getting the through my mind." clubs when word came that the of having seen Oswald there, J. D. Tlpplt the policeman billboard and the advertise I'
Information In a normal man.i Behind that explanation were president had been shot. A and I never stated definitely, whom Oswald shot while fleeing ment.
ner. He also touched off world the facts of Ruby's life He was newspaper advertising men told positively, and they said I did, after the assassination. Finally he asked one of his
I wide suspicion that there may born Jack Rubenstein In the the commission Ruby reacted and alIn\ all, what they had Mark Lane, a New York attorney -friends: "Who is Earl Warren? "
have bed) some compile a t e d with "stunned disbelief" Another In the paper was hardly even told the commission that .There remained, of course, '
conspiracy In which both Os- slums of Chicago in 1911. His said he was "obviously shaken close to what I told them," an Informant whom he refusedto the possibility that Ruby might v
,, wald and Ruby were Involv:parents, Joseph. and Fannie, and an ashen color Just Crowe told the commission Investigators name had told that Tipplt have been involved in some undiscovered as
t. edIt :separated when he was 10. "The very pale showed little disposition Investigators subsequently and Ruby had a two-hour meet- conspiracy along 1
was',to quell such suspicions -'predominate causes of the sep to converse, and sat fora found a picture taken by Ing in the Crousel Club Nov. 14, with Oswald, and that he shot & :
!. and answer such questions aration were apparently Joseph while with a dazed expression a free-lance photographer show- six days before the assassination Oswald to silence him. The com- ..
that President Johnson appointed RubensUln's excessive drink- in his eyes." 'Ing a man In the Carousel Club The third man in the meet- mission considered it unlikely,
the seven man commission,Ing and Fannie Rubensteln's uncontrollable From then until the momenthe 'who might have been mistaken Ing Lane said, was Bernard "By sinking in the city jail,
headed by Chief Justice Earl temper," the War pulled the trigger two days for Oswald, but who obviously Weissman. Weissman Inserted a Ruby was certain to be apprehended i'-
Warren, and directed It to examine was not he. Crowe said it could said
ren Commission reported. "She later he alternated between violent black bordered ad in a Dal its report
every fact, rumor and resented her numerous preg- have been the man he saw But las paper the morning Mr. Ken. "An attempt to silence 0s- i'4
bit of evidence however remotely nancies, believed her husb andto and often pointless activity, he said his memory wasn't very nedy arrived In town, carryinga wald by having Ruby kill him '
and what looked like numb desolation
connected with the tragedy. be unfaithful, and nagged him good bitter right.wing attack on would have presented excep-
shot Oswald, killing him He spent hours calling After Crowe's story got Into to
Ruby because he failed to make him and his administration. The tionally grave dangers any
with a single slug jn the belly,; enough money/'. acquaintances on the telephoneto print other persons reported ad. was allegedly sponsored by.other persons Involved_ In_ tI1eBOOTS
ask how they felt about the
Just as police were preparing to Jack grew up among the having seen Ruby and Oswald P "
put him" Into an automobilein street ,gangs\ and became a assassination He scurried l together. One man who claimedto r '1eay
the basement of the Dallas around town on activities that have seen Oswald talking to
city jail. Jt was the first murder tough expert alley fighter. could only be described as Ruby In the club couldn't remember -
He out of school
dropped at
ever committed live on nation meaningless Or he sat In his where the club was or
J .wide television the end of the eighth grade sister's apartment and stared at what It looked like. Another said
The shooting occurred short and began a career of hustling -the floor. he had seen Oswald in the club ilI
ly before noon on Sunday, chasing the fast buck There was, however, no Indication the night of Nov. Ifr-a night
Nov. 24, 1963, about an hour wherever It was available He which the commission which he was known to have
less than:'two days after the was not a vicious man, and could discover that he had any spent with his wife In Irving, MEN'S I p kic.
there was no evidence thatjie connection with else remotely Texas.
president was shot. Ruby useda anyone
caliber,:pistol which he cus-I' was In any 'serious scrapes associated with the assassination Ruby and Oswald lived a little -
I tomarily carried wrapped in a with the law before he decidedto or with Oswald. over a mile apart at the time \ Wellington's
canvas moneybag In the trunk take it Into his own hands Theee were rumors, Inevitably of the slaylngs, but the com \s86o Engineers8Inch
of his car. It was-e. y.b: e walked The commission could find no mission could find no signs of Lots- '.

past a policeman who was r tips I / I ds
guarding an : automobile entrance a
to the basement, shovedhis Recognized excellence. SAVE
way through a crowd of reporters I sy
photographers and TV NOW
cameraman, and, when police ELGIN WATCHESYOUR A rub
brought Oswald .within range, t
shoved the KUrt against his body
M Why did he do It' Here Is
Ruby answer to that questionas

recorded by.the.Warren Com- 10 to } .
mission $2995ONLY ah
"Sunday morning (I) saw a II k
letter to Caroline, two columns vy "
about a 16-trjch area. Someone 7t DRESS SHOES

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The most heartbreaking letter. 17|ml trac'tlM mwtniMit, UK pM UNI GREENS SUEDES
I don't remember the contents. Di m Alongside that letter on the mid" ,IfntnGM. by too br,|M diamonds ce.mn( High Heels, Med. Heals, Low /
same sheet of paper was a L Finn DriM Li -Ladl"' foldtoni 17-|.nl. Heels Stacked
small\ comment in the newspaper : EiVula..cit5 ,lid
that I don't know how It 0. talus' w.urw.oPE1/I.-17 J).,... Ira too
aw..r a.con hand and lumnoua d
was stated, that Mrs. Kennedymay 9
have to come back for the
trial of Lee Harvey Oswald. I $47 J
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ills, but I am going to tell the Styles
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By DOROTHY RICHER along the line' lost control ol! 'TIL 9
DEAR MRS. roil prolonged period of time. Her
RICKER: your daughter and it seems you I parents should be fair but firm
I am only II years old, but I have lost her respect Whether I in guiding; her and helping herb
have a big problem. I don't havtai
: or not you can correct the ai to become the right kind of per-
many friends ai I used to latlon
I have because, I guess, I've husband.depends on you and your I son. In other words, MI'J.IL F, CalifornIa

I grown too serious about every A IS year old girl's cur- parents should love their offspring
day living I was a fun loving Few should be, approximate I Iy, enough to say "No" and COBBERS
:: girl and went out all the time, not later than 11 p.m. She make it stick when It obviously !
: now I don't go out at all! I should not
go steady over a Is for the good of the child.
Every day I plunk myself In I
my room, get a book and read j GOLDEN FALL LOOK IN
My parents jay, "Why don't you
call up some of your friends and FLATS AND STACKS
go somewhere?" I usually say: ,.
"They're all busy' or "I calle"to
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home." But when I are other
kids having fun I get disgusted*
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Barry Jokes HERO 6 TIMES Uf4.rUUr; ; Jerry Gates I.I

: ;About Losing Wife Son Here UllUrprised Wins $100Greenbacks WOtfTH

4 PHoENIX, Ariz. (AP) Sen. .
i Barry Goldwater dashed off a !
wry family Joke Wednesdayabout When the family of Gainesville live here at 1625 NW 5th Ave., disabled boat In the Gulf of Jerry Gates, 1022 NW. 4th
his loss to President John- Merchant Marine skipper received the news with no surprise Mexic. Ave.,had<< one of two perfect en
George W. Rainbow learned last They recalled aiz previous The rescued man, Carlos Her tries In the Sun's fifth Gridiron !
softorjlrlwater drove to Scottsdale week of his ship's dramatic sea sea rescues credited to nandez of Miami, now recuperating Greenbacks contest and
near hit home, to buy'rescue, they weren't surprised ships captained by Rainbow, Including at Monroe County Hospital -'won $100 by virtue of his tiebreaker
some paintings. One was a I'it's' happened before six the pick up a year told Coast Guard officers score this week.
Mark Commer painting of a'times In fact. ago of two Roman Catholic seven ships passed him before Gates and Ennls Runkle each
clowd weeping. I Last Tuesday, Rainbow, captain priests who were drlfitlng on a he was spotted by a Petrochem picked every game correctly in
4 He bought it for his daughter of the U. S. tanker Petro- lookout The bodies of two of the contest. .
Peggy, saying she likes clowns.I|,Chem, picked up the burned Plumb JuicedPUEBLO Hernandez four companions Gates was 14 points off the j ItL4S
lie survivor of a boat sunk 11 hours were discovered later by another actual score of the AuburnFlorida + th
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WinnersTell Plan for GeorgiaBy

I 'I JOE HALBERSTEIN Both Florida and Georgii I go to sophomore-Don Knapp ot

Jokes I SUB Sports Editor :have outside chance of figuring Pensacola. The rugged Knapp

Florida's Gators wrap up.in the 1964 SEC race provided has played well all season.

major practice efforts today for,Louisiana State either defeatsor Georgia: meanwhile, has

You've heard that old about Saturday's meeting with rising ties Alabama Saturday when worked on defensive plans to
adage poker players:
Georgia In the Gator Bowl at they play at Birmingham. A
contain Florida's lonesome end
"The winners tell Jokes and the losers say "dear,"
Jacksonville.The Tide victory will sew It for
up offense the UF's overall -
Football coaches who are winning can tell Jokes, also. passIng
drill behind closed doorsat the Crimson. and the
It's a shame Coach Ray Graves and his tides didn't put game Inside run
their the UF, will take the form Coach Ray Graves still Is ning attack.
Tuesday night performance at the Gainesville Quarter
back Club on tape for. playback to other Gator football of a review, touching on all mulling over backfield combinations Georgia coach Vine Dooley
fans. phases of offense defense and for the game with the expressed confidence his hard- MNt
the kicking game. Red and Black. Halfback Jack running backs will find the way

Take my word (for it The program was spontaneous, hilarious The Gators put their No. II Harper definitely will not play. through the staunch Gator line.

Informative and the kind of thing that can't help but :national ranking on the line Halfback Alan Poe remains in Dooley said Georgia's backsare

Increase admiration for the gentlemen who tutor the destinies against the upstart Bulldogs. A Tampa where his father lies the "hardest running backsin .

of Florida football. I near sellout crowd of Just over critically IU in a hospital. The the Southeastern Confer

41,000 Is expected to watch the senior Poe was Injured In an ence."
Even more Important the Gator players should gel a chanceto hs., Nay, 5, 1954 Pe. I automobile weekin
accident this
rivals collide in the vital
hear how their coaches extolled their virtues. It Is ..- South- Among them are fullback
eastern Conference tussle.Sforfce's the Cigar City. The status
usually nncommoa: In what .(ten Is a hard-headed businessof of UF Leon Armbrester, halfback
athletics. The Gator grldders can take my word for tt, Is the fancy-stepping player Bob Taylor halfback Fred Bar-
too. Their think and wW uncertain. her fullback Frank Lankie- T
coaches they've done are doing
Fullback John suffering
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continue to lit a wonderful Job.I Elder wits fullback Marvin Hurst,
from rib bruises, may be halfback Don Porterfield, halfback .

can't remember all the humor, unfortunately. Too much able to play. If he can't, sopho- Wayne Swinford and quar

laughing and not enough pencil pushing the reason. more Graham McKeel of Lakeland terback Preston Ridlehuber.
held out all season will
; 'Back of Week9Starke get the cIILGraves Although the Bulldogs have
not done much end
For Passing Along I said McKeel Is too passing,
Pat Hodgson was one of the
good a runner and the final
Here are some items to pass along. quarterback Phil EIder team. Four Gator games of the season finest receivers in the SEC last Steady

Fred Pancoast coaches lonesome end Charles Casey. He fired three touchdown pastes Corbin played his usual out are too important to keep year. He will have to be covered

said, 'Tm probably the highest paid coach In the countryfor and ran for another standing game for Cross City, the fine sophomore under cover Saturday John Trenton, sophomore tackle from Columbus
what I have to do." Then added, "But don't get the to lead an offensive explosion amassing 231 yards rushing In any longer if he Is needed.I The Gators will go to Jacksonville Ca.; ha4 been a steady performer for the Gators on

Idea, I only coach one man. We have THREE right ends against Live Oak last week and a 48-0 romp over Keystone Duprte Recovers late Friday. Headquarters their offenxUe line this aeamm. Trenton' moved Into
capture "Back of the Week" Heights. The hard-running full. Team will be at the Roosevelt the starting array when John \Miatley injured his
captain Larry Dupree:
Gene Ellenson Interior line after '
defensive coach listening
Hotel. knee.
honors by the Sun. back
raced for three touchdowns Is
from his
recovering rapidly ..
to fellow coaches Don Brown and Billy Kinard. --
Elder was the shining star on runs of JS, tl, and ankle strain suffered In the
in an Impressive 23-J win over 33 yards. Auburn and either
game. He,
strong Live Oak both on the 171 Yards Steve Spurrier or Tom Shannonor AP Scribe Picks 'Baum

ground and In the air. Sandlin churned for 171 yards (( both), operating at quarterback ,
He heaved scoring strikes c f rushing to pace North Marlon are definite. I
:V "' 60 yards to end Gene Pas. to a 21-7 win over Chiefland The other halfback slot will

I...,T,, ..I, :'" I' t; _.. 'I ".. 1) yards to halfback Dwight t The senior halfback scored one UF Fofe Tulune Stale
Elder and (0 to end I I
h \ iit Eddie Douglas. He yards sneaked one. jaunt.of the touchdowns on a 75-yard FSU to Quit ,

yard for the other score Thomas
led Lake Butler's Hard Drills By KELSO STURGEON The big one matches Alabamr Both Alabama and LSU play
"Phil played an outstandinggame offensive
stampede against 1
Associated Press Writer 1 teams last week
Sports and Louisiana State both un that art
Starke Coach David
Mayo with his running and TALLAHASSEE (AP) FlorIda wtorlous for
beaten and rankedbefore bruising ,
"You've heard them. They coach ends, 1 linebackers second Hurse said. "He mixed up his passing The senior ace scored State University wound up ATLANTA (AP) Alabama a sellout nationally crowd of 60.OUT sod this, too, will be factor you up It
Well I coach lays well In addition to his twice on runs of 60 and 15 two of hard and Florida will win the two
ary. Yea may wonder what that leaves me. days practice at Legion Field at Birmingham seems to make no difference In
the guards and tackles. For example, tackle Dennis Murphy fine passing and running. yards and fired a JO yard TD Wednesday with a concentrated heavyweight battles In Southeastern The co-feature sends nationally the Crimson Tide whether Joe

the team. Tackle Sydney Mac Special Mention aerial. drip on what are regarded as Conference football this Namath
a senior, biggest mat oa ranked Florida ajulnit dangerous or Steve Sloan does the
Guard Bill Rkbbourf Earning special mention were Gaining honorable mention) Its strongest points-passing and weekend, but It will be the Volunteers
Lean a senior probably next big; est n an. Georgia In the Gator Bowlat quarterbacking,
Gainesville fullback Eugene of Tennessee who will
a senior the strongest mss M the team.' They'reexperienced I were PK. Yonge quarterback'defense. Jacksonville.
talented. That's what I do. You can Imagine Branch, Cross City fullback Steve Tuttle, Gainesville halfback Coach Bill Peterson la getting make the most noise. Tiger coach Ch*. He McClr-n-

bow much coaching, they need. I Randy CorbiQ, North Marion AI Giffen: Santa Fa half W ready for Houston's good This Is the biggest week of the LSU has Its work cut out for don will be facing the man who

ialfbark Danny Sandlin and back Doyle Sikes, Trenton I running game and the passing season for those entertaining It, even If it Is at full strength taught him the game Coach

Pepper Rodgers;offensive backfield coach.let the Quarter- I Lake Butler quarterback Jim quarterback Don Thomas. 'if quarterback Jack Skog. ranked hopes of winning the SEC cham- come kickoff time Saturday, and, Paul Bryant of Alabama-in this

backers In on what lonesome end Charles Casey and quarterbacks my Thomas. Starke back Don Falcon and' as one of the Southwest Con- pionship and bowl bids-end, of will be In trouble If Injury-prone one and wants nothing more

Steve Spurrier and Tom Shannon talk ,about,when j Branch stepped into the lineup Lake Butler halfback Bob ference's best FSU Is at Houston nurse, the money that goes with quarterback Pat Screen is not than to beat him.

they stand aside from_ the_huddle before\ a play. I rushing and against smashed Orlando for 110 Boone yard Lyons. Saturday. i things such as that ready.to go. ,. But regardless of all the factors

about : I like the Tide in
"It's real Important Rodgers said. "Maybe It's a His total was almost three another

I pretty girl In the fifth row. The weather. What they're going times that of the entire Boone AGAINST JENNINGS thriller The final: Alabama IS,

t to eat for supper after the game. Things like that.1. LSU I.

Florida with only a 17-14 loss

It, Wasn't Costly Lincoln Vs. to Alabama to mar its record,
Tigers Seeking No. 8 will get a real test from Georgia

Head coach'"R "Graves"got > telly laugh with his introductory Lincoln At but seems to have enough talent,

remarks,to_the. Quarterbacks."This speed and depth to handle the
1 Bulldogs. The Gators should be
i IT the cheapest program ywTU have this season." TallahasseeTALLAHASSEE By LARRY WOODS Baton looks to have a run-awa y guiding light behind a 7-0 slat! e", Knight Homer Melgaard a nd back at full strength for this one,

Normally..Ibe. club Invites speakers (at a high fee) from Sua Sports Writer with Inverness. reports the Tigers are Itching tc) center Rick Howell. Louis Over too.
round the country Two Lin make It No. .. A series of mln. street will call the signals for
coins collide here tonight when Lake Butler's perfect record Crou City appears headed for or Injuries have cropped up lithe I the Bears and will get ample, Look for Georgia' to pull a few

1 got a bang out of Graves' Introduction of Ellenson. Tha Gainesville's Terriers come to goes on the line Friday night a showdown with Lake Butler Tiger camp however. help from halfbacks Jerry Karr new ones out of its sleeve and

UF boss noted "We've all taken a game this season. Except : town to battle the Tallahassee as the Tigers take on Jennings two weeks away but should the Nevertheless Daniel will stlcl I and Robert Ousley. Bull-like 1 make a game of It However I

Alabama. No one wanted to take on the Bear. Gene Lincoln version. I for a Homecoming celebration, i Bears fail to lay a heavy enough with Rusty Wade, Larry Clyst t I Randy Corbin will be at full think the Bulldogs are due to
Georgia your game. The Terriers will put their. and Cross City Journeys to nearby paw on the Panthers, things In as flankers; John StephensHenry ,, back. I play something less than their
To say Ellenson was startled Is being on the mild side. sparkling 6-1 record on the line Newberry as the Suwannee- the Southern Division of the Whitehead at tackles;, Newberry held to minus best game. The final: Florida

Which brings up a reminder thai the success tale of the, against the host club. Their only I inference race heads down the Suwannee race wouldn't look so guards, Glen Brannen Kenn y, eight yards last week by Willis-'17, Georgia T.Vets.

Gators to date wasn't >U peaches and cream earlier. There loss came to another Tallahassee home stretch. rosy. Cross City must win In Williams and center Dannj y''ton. should open up Friday I
was a time this year when squad dissension threatened to team, FAMU last weekend order to stay away from a tie Bennett night with a backfield composed In Upset
erupt because talented sophomores were pushing seniors out The Terriers will be withoutthe North Marlon, picking up with Willlston. Jimmy Thomas, to date om I of Tommy Farnsworth Harry The real bomb will go off at
of starting roles In the lineup. services of standout half-'I steam as the season progresses Grant Flail In Atlanta Saturday
Last season Cross City hum of the outstanding quarterbacks Holder, Wayne Tharpe and Larry
back travels to Tavares to settlea afternoon. I look for Tennessee
Ellenson, whose myriad talents also extend to storytelling, Ralph Brocklngton bled the toothless Panthers 13I. In the conference, will I Dalton
du; into his extensive file for one that fit the occasion. When will be on the sidelines with ar year old score with the Bull direct a backfield consist. find to show the most effective defense .
North Marlon still to
corps ,
he got through the Cator: gridders had been reminded well inJury. Brockington, who is a dogs. Chlefland Is looking for of brother seen In these parts this
how they all were aiming for one goal and that It la ridiculousto constant breakaway threat, rum'and may find trouble from Want N. I ing Harold Crlner Tommy and Bob Ly. success with Its panning game the, year and whip the unbeaten
Trenton while once-beaten Wil- Jim Daniel Lake Butler's as, most likely will stay on Yellow Jackets of Tech.
harbor ill feelings toward a man who may be better the 100 s yard dash In 16. Georgia
and halfbacks
than you at a given time for a given reason. The game of Taking up the slack will he, During the 1M9 camp.lgnJenning I ground Robert Stone rely, Danny on Sandlin; The final: Tennessee I, Georgia

life supersedes football, which Is a small part 01 the whole, quarterback Norman Anderson .'' I! fell to the Tigers bul t: fullback Don Smith and quarterback Tech O.

Ellenson told them. And no one knows what tomorrow will Fullback with his Lawrence slick passing James Alabama LSU Set only by 144. Terry Bollnger to chew Vanderbilt a a d Kentucky

bring. Same Ltaeep away at Tavares. square off In I battle of evenly
and Kenneth the
Galloway art Cross City plagued all season I Crowd PleaserChiefland's matched teams at Lexington.

other two Terrier regulars, in by a shortage of personnel bul t: flashy Ted Key It's homecoming for Kentucky

Bowling, Standings the Starting backfield.on the line will be For Big Contest getting the moat from each: and Trenton's aerial tossing Don and the Wildcats need a victory
player on the Bear squad will Thomas should be a crowd worse than anyone In the conerence -
SMIIIPPI ,1,1,1. 5, ,...,..... ll D, .. It. llLinlrf ends Clarence Mill and Oliver The final
c l I stick with ends Bobby Klncaid,, : Kentuct111.Vandl'rbllt ,
5,0,01w L 5. ....... 5.ealNlsvllla. Ross, tackles Willie Carter and I pleawr to the fans at Trenton
f.ndb.00... 11 I CHURCH By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS through drills designed to shore John Rosa; tackles Lester Hall,,, Friday nightInverness II.Mls.llllppl.tI'.

lorn PmnuiniP.OHIIH Ittm, ," 1M leo 5N5OILN 04 Pint Mittatfllt' No.1"W IIidvmt L Stacy and Bell Louis, guards Carter Charles and Jamison I Alabama again took It easy on up areas In which the Wildcat Warren O'Steen; guards, CecilWilt's I will/ have the ta.kof and Auburn

fl 1J A COrt,,,.. IM 1 H 11 center Wednesday the contact work. had been making mistakes during stopping Doug Mitchell, Bo- angle at homecoming at Auburn
".,...". S 15Te 'In' DAtMNMlit Mf t ,e4r* Charles Flournoy.
'ou a 21 .Advmt" ChrtatlM M*. t "It loach Paul Bryant had his first their lour game losing bo Griffith: and a host of other and It looks like another long
a.wdN N",ni"W' PnrtyttrlM. N., I l> IS two units working out In sweat stresk. Well fine WUll ton backs.In afternoon for the Tigers. Howrver
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Ywa.ua "", ._., ". II N "It might be a mistake but Mississippi ran through a full games; Hawthorne, tied with I touchdown against an SEC: team
CssasICsw 5115504,04. ,,.. .... Wins But 'Frisco
LP,1IW.O. 9 04.a t 04501, AgainCity Ms season. The final: MissisIppt -
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5N ''IraOIU rather them speed, tight! contact drill to prep Branson for loop honors, mightrun
... It ulutnY Pint OWN 4IW N.. S ,.., Pint Park Team No. 2 remained worked than overworked," Bryant aratton for Tampa. Coach Johnny Into trouble from a fired State 10 Aubun 7,
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a It e4 11'01I flit ill, HtgftlllM Pnttv. ..fly.. t (I); unbeaten and untied In said The Tide plays Loulal Vaught aent offensive and defensive Still LosesSAN up Melrose team. Cedar Key Other results: Tulane 7, Ml.

All Idols. PMW iS a It 15C. IM A4MKI ll CKrlMIM N......_M*"...t,*().),..Pint.. I .UKC <. the City Recreation Department ana State !In Birmingham Saturday. formations against B goes to Plerson to take on Tty- iml 0; Mississippi 20. Tampa 0.
.,.", la 1, ."'''ry iMfM ll Pint Nmnn* SiAtrnit Midget League Football Pre- teams. lot High while Bronson enjoysan The season's record: M right
a0., .. n wP CKfMtlM ..., t IIK Park FRANCISCO (AP) -, 12 ,730
gram by downing City data wrong percentage.
,uWIn.1, 11 5/ piNTarpniiNMMMI LSU held a thorough workout, All 14 Auburn seniors were ; open
Megan' 'S r5.IIM W L Teem No. I, M to I After concentrating on defenslng AI.llama' chosen co-captains for Satur.day' Towering Wilt Chamberlain to
II It .... MACK. C*. Me n 5fM.N sc ring on the opening l 48-mUiuU man again and II
11 JI explosive offense and Homecoming with
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also reviewed Its
',1Ness's a- b '.an ,'.... to 9015,Sd..4S II own pa..inrpma Mississippi state. The Tigers
,....... e/s"e .. M"d", !rLee's Pad Ms.wl It aawMWnl. 2nd quarter Team No. held on and goal line offense. worked out to sweat clothes because Hansom Is hoping the big
-- ,, _.. 5.5. le 1" IC In a tough defensive battle to Coach Charles McClendoa was Coach Ralph Jordan saM ter can weld the Warriors
_wv 5. II 5iA4..1.5 land at the top of the heap hi Into a winning club again.
pleased with the passing of quarterbacks he could afford DO more Injuries.Ellenlan's .
614 P., II this lesgue. Chamberlain who mlM d the kdws ,
,"Mary"" cam PlWN /5 Pat Screen and Billy
,-... se s.504s1e' Sigma No. who baa Jot only Emil and catches by their re Wirrlors' first five National Yesr1

...vest.NnNOW 1.. 21 me game to CBy Park: Team ceivers. Basketball Association games
lligh.ries 5a.. M- C. Inc.' 4- to.. 2. staged another great because of an Inflammation of
e C.n4"-.a.. .Wes.....a Cw Wnmlww..4.a. A a W 4 .Mop.sue team effort yesterday to down- I Dooley Fleeced 545 Is Best the pancreas, played the entire

Commercial S.4 I. 001 5..0. a. CwNe,.. log previously a. b e a t. n Edwards Georgia ran through spirited game Wednesday night
P. A. Lee topped the N..oSy ... I. .11.10.. Pee s.... aPO
League at Palm Lanes 4.1.1. I. C1MNN. a. Maw Block Supply by a 23 to t workout and Coach Voice Dooleywas Lii Elleman of South Atlantic But the Warriors lost 108-104

with a *14 series) on games of 10.54.5-,. wen Tsastee sails score. Bents led the way by Intercepting pleased with the results. Oil Co. led the Triple Tumblers to the St Louis Hawks.

119 25* 119 with the middle Co.w. It w aw.N. L a pass and going M Tulane Coach Tommy O'Boyle loop at Palm Lanes with la the only other lame I KENTUCKYGENTLEMAN

best of the flight He rolled H. f H yards for the score that put Signa put emphasis on offensive formations a MS set. She bad in-lM-117 played, the Baltimore Bullets I 4 A
effort '
with Budwelaer.) .wan. L.... a mPM11 No ahead. As the coach put' against a reserve squad Elman Newman South Atlantic whipped the Pistons I2V1M to
It "It a of la Miami defense while the derente Detroit
a Wow : was simply case my -
Frank Pall: of Bank of Hawthorne 1.1.+w.w.M0.4,0 a.IIt 10'.... boys wanting to win this ..." worked against Miami offense. bad 53. Toby Rutledge, "Who ever weald I have

bad s 491 set and Barry ......... 11 Newberry forfeited the e t her The Cranks play the Bank of Newberry S00. Mrs thought we would be 14 at Ibis N1V PsOICTl
aMIt Mw4M a isII Rutledge had 11 best .
Standard 00 a
Biebel.! Wombte's 1.50 'M iso game to favor of Hughes Sup'Top.Seeded Hurricanes Friday Bight to Miami game.Somalia point" Hannum commented
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11II Mississippi heavy rrsnclace /awe 51 ..... II
with the latter best a M top game. I
-103 1- preparations for Saturday'sgame Milt, who was visibly weak
?.e k'. 4- ...... M P.OsaW 4 OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) with Auburn with a two- Clan Mason, Camper led last week when he returned to 1>+
game. ,_ .
('ny Amriu* h W 55. ... .. Sue s w T0Pa 10e
Lynn Johnson of National SM MM ,> giimiuMi a n KM le Paw Newcomer DePaul and boat hour practice devoid el contact the Northwest Trailer Sales court after more than a
)i Co., Ine. led the Ptoitopplen UM'k L PwM r..MW 5.I,t5w.rr.CMUMT S551P1a a T_ (wf" Oklahoma City University are Coacb Paul Davla devoted the loop with 130 117 It! -431 I(Idle '. absence, demonstrated I 4 uw 111to

loop with ltt-l4J.144-4 TIIWIaaaja. seeded first and second hi paires I drill to play recognition, pass office Ann Regnirr. Parktane. bad,this old style spin He Mid he ee tae ie Tw01, aS

Flo Woolen ot CaloettiTe' Sun; .. 511e"N s 5 I I'l : for the ZJth annual All and defense, team offenn I BJ: ; and Betty Jo AmrtlrPrestige was not 'particularly tired" .dM5 M .-11
had 462 wd Rosemary James.'l'w 1WI__ee Ca 11 It"4. I raKece' Holiday Basketball and defense, punt protection and, 411 Mrs. Mama's 1)1 after the game. runs Ids uw,1.. M *55,0515r

Fred MasoflX 45J, )felen l ZI P-''00,004 OIl eo.. "It I Tournament Dee. 3-30. 'punt returns. was best game.Parklane He contributed 27 points. He

had a 171 high game for = ':.=... ;: 1 5i Xavier la seeded No. 3 and Kentucky stressed learning as I bad 1112 and Cam demonstrated that his strength 4l0N1N..Nr

Mead perer A Williams. ', ... ,Ln.... ,... .rue. N so 5.Crwe ita. >ei hUM No. 4. Other entries in ,the Wildest wound up heavy era tIS for best series and;had returned by snaring 27 rebounds

National Ml Ce. bad a 2M1 1 5.Prw..ns 1- oe s. ..I he eight-team tourney are ,work for Saturday's Homecoming game foes West made die t- a spot where the War.
and s T7I best game. Iwo., 05 51.0 M 1' 5.b Ill Eke. Louisiana Slate Brigham game with Vaaderbils.CaecaCharlie I&!. split Jeanne finch. 1.1.:1' rtort had beta weak without 0M.M..5.eee W0".e 5e P.. 50.55504 Mae awe.M .
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,. .- n NCAA Slaps Miami for ViolationBy I

MIKE RATHCT Florida from participation In Its tlonary sentences for recruiting cy-msklng council, which at the leges after completing two AAU claims the pole!! right te
sanction meets.
Associated Preii Sports Writer annual post-season basketball violations. i same time fired the first salvo years on probation for a basketball I
NEW YORK: (AP) The tournament and slapped Michigan The steps were taken in renewing the battle with the recruiting violation. The NCAA-- however, re.if.
NCAA hat barred Miami of State and Navy with proba- by the NCAA's l$- Wednu.j.day Amateur Athletic Union over When the Council finished firmed the position taken In i
Local Teams the right to sanction track and handing out penalties It turnedto resolution adopted last January.

field competitions.Four I the AAU and signaled the The resolution stated:

Haynes Best I member schools end of the truce which had been Tlie member Institutions ol
Cause I the late Gen Douglas the NCAA will support
TizzyThe Western State of Colorado alsowas arranged by onlj
MacArthur. The truce was those meets and tournament
Best Miami : involved were penalizedby
As HalfbackFor Cage the NCAA' for "excessive to have lasted until the end of which have obtained sanction

financial aid and recruiting the Tokyo Olympic Games. from the established sports
three local teams threw this gridiron picker Into a ChiefsNEW violations," but only Miami was The right to sanction events federations in basketball, track
tizzy last week in what could have been an exceptional Team Stays Home barred from post-season activity. has been the disputed point In and "field, baseball and gymnaj.
output. the struggle between the tworoups tics.
YORK: AP) Hank
and has continued for The federations are backed by
Gainesville, which I have been able to hit right on only Stram decided to make i split One Year The the NCAA.
MIAMI (AP) Miami's bas amt would be barred from play- more than three years.
one occasion, did it again with a 19 14 win over Orlando out of Abner Haynes during
ketball team, expected to be Ing in the NCAA tournamentand The ruling which places Miami
Boone.They were supposed to lone by 13.7. the training season. The powerful -
one of the best In the achool'ahistory any other tournament that on probation for one year
running back who the
And P. K. Yonie and Lincoln also turned the tablet American was won't be going to the cooperates with the NCAA, it and bans the school from the
PKY knocked off St. Pete Admiral Farragiil in a snrpHse, of the Football League'sPlayer NCAA or any other major post did not specifically mention the NCAA basketball tournament as
and Llncobi lost Its first game of the seswa to TalUkais Year as a rookieIn season tournament this year. NIT, but an official of NCAA well as other major post-season
1960 took It all In stride. It told the Herald that NIT affairs with
FAMU. didn't last The NCAA placed the team on was cooperating the
; long. athletic probation Wednesday Included. NCAA came about because of
Luckily, the area \teams came' through In an nine gamesto With the return of Chris Bur- for' allowing a prospect to be The official also said the ban I an Incident last year.
make 1 for the week. The mark upped slightlyto I
It I season
ford free board and Included other tournament
Haynea moved back to his liven room, any major The council said a representative

55-21-4 for a .713 percentage.Oh
unless Miami has already -
old familiar left halfback Job transportation. of "Miami's athletic Inter I
well,now It's time for this week's effort.. and started to tear up the turf. Athletic Director Andy Gustaf- signed a contract. The I ests" gave a basketball player I I
The former North Texas State son said the probation was a team has signed with teams for free room and board and paid
-Favor GIIS Allege athlete had one of his shock to the school and the its own Hurricane. Classic and for his air travel for several
big days Sunday in Kansas team, but he didn't believe it for one out-of state holiday tournament trips made In 1963.
Gainesville returns home for a bout with Daytona Mainland Sty's 49-M victory over Denver. would hurt the team's record.
Friday night at Citizens Field. '' It was enough to give him The Coach Bruce Hale agreed. Miami President Henry King

By all rights, the Hurricanes should lose. That Is if you Associated Press' choice as "We'll still have the best basketball -' Doctors SayCager's Stanford unintentional said the but violation the school was .: I ., ,
win loss win etc. They Player of the Week In the AFL. tam we've ever had,"
go by the past record of a a a Hale said. respects the decision and will
won last week. Haynes had his part In building s Arm abide by ILMlchlg.n BRAKE I19
Branch has up a comfortable 4110 lead One Of Top Ten
But almost everybody la healthy, Eugene State was placed on
emerged as a running star and optimism abounds. but the Chiefs almost blew the Miami, which has gone to the: May Be Saved probation for three years but SPECIAL M/ &CvHere's
ball game In the final period. NIT for the past two years, was additional sanctions
week led offense that rolled were suspended -
Branch's spirited play an
After Denver came back with 29 OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -
ranked of the nation's
294 yards rushing against Orlando Boone. There may be as one top because the school corrected It's special
up mints In S'/i minutes and closed 10 teams by two sports maga Doctors said Wednesday they the violations after the why
more of that in the remlnlng three games. the to 42-39 took are optimistic about saving the
gap Haynes zines. The team Is virtually intact University 195149 college year. I* Remove front wheels, adjust brakes'
of Oklahoma State
Bucking the season tradition, let's say CHS 20, Mainland matters Into his own hands.In from last year when It arm i
the final touchdown drive broke the school scoring record basketball player Bob Swat Navy received a one-year II' Repack Front Wheel bearings
and finished second In the nationIn far, who lost the limb in an probation with DO additional
13.PKY Haynes handled the ball eight f Check seals
to Fall straight times either as a runner acorln,. accident Sunday night. penalties. 1 grease
Swaffar's arm was rejoined in Add brake fluid and road test .
\ or pass catcher. Naturally President Henry King Stanford N. Ban II'
P. K. Yonge hits the road Friday night for Tallahassee It was Haynes running the final laid the violation was unintentional a lengthy operation after it was
where It has the unenviable Job of playing Florida High. even for the decisive TD. and the NCAA agreed torn off halfway between the Neither the Spartans nor the Tab Your Car Where The Experts Are

The Blue Wave unleashed a rejuvenated offense In a win The statistics show that that there was no pattern of dIs- shoulder and elbow. Middles Is banned from postseason ..For All Service Work! v
over St. Pete Admiral Farragut last week with Steve Tuttle regard for the rules. Doctors reported blood flow activity under the ruling.
nine times for 91
Haynei ran
manning the quarterback position. yards caught five passes for 100 "The decision of the NCAA, Is good, In the 20-year-old ..thlete' Western State was reprimanded .
Tuttle worked the rollout play to perfection and alto showed yards and ran back kickoffs lora was based upon their Judgementthat I arm. I and censured because GOODYEAR SERVICE :
signs of potential as a passer. total of (4 yards.Continue. the father of a basketball One of the big dangers now It gave a wrestler a grant of STORE
Throw in fullback Tom Hansen, and the PKY offense looks player became 'a representativeof they said, Is the possibility of tuition and fees after he already
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But Florida High Is rugged and playing on Its home field Play university, Stanford said. arm was caught in University was restored -. il., I ......-, ,.....-$.!., I .....-, t,-.- *
How about Florida High 7, P. K. Yonge t In a squeaker. "Certainly, the assistance a laundry water extractor machine to fun rights and prlvi.'I
school fleldhouse at
In the
For Cox TrophyThe which the parent subsequently
-Starke to Roll lave the student, a friend of his Stillwater.The I
IS hole group continues ion, ... was not an intentional
The high flying Starke Tornadoes face another rugged lay today In the Cox Trophy violation," Stanford said. "How Yankees In the American for BIGGER BETTER ROSESSee
opponent this week In once beaten Fernandina Beach. I tournament at GainesvilleGolf ever, the university respects the League and the Cardinals and ,
and Country Club. VCAA's decision and will observe Reds in the National League ordered .
But the Tornadoes, sporting a 5-0-1 record, feast on the be.tof
opposition. Last week, strong Live Oak, which had lost Meanwhile, the nine hole I it strictly." World Series uniform e Johnson & Paris' NOW *

only once, fell by the unkindly score of 28. I group will begin first round action All Journey'sThe long before the season ended. r_ .. .
In the Cator Sports Shop But the Phillies did not order i
The entire Starke backfield and the two ends are currently
tourney. NCAA resolution said Ml- new ones.
hobbled by braises received last week, but they're expected -
to be ready Friday. 1I 1-I

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running backfield led .by fullback Mac Crawford and halfback -5 i30 Supper for Alumni and Tiger land
Doyle Sikes and a rugged defensive forward wall Friends In School Cafeteria -Crowning of Homecoming Queen
: ? Let's go with Santa Fe 14, Macclenny I. -Dance for Alumni end Friends
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Arguments to OpenMILWAUKEE i Real Defense Tough Is Baseball Leaders Study- ExpansionBy I

JOE REICIILER lion when his current seven franchises have caused him to and ABC, reportedly advised

(APOral a chance for Atlanta fans to see I efforts by Milwaukee County to MEW YORK (AP) Nebras- Associated Press Sports Writer year term expires next move his target date closer they could not relinquish the

arguments were set to begin some of the youngsters who will force the Braves to meet re- ta's defense has yielded only PHOENIX Ariz. (AP) St'ptem'l programming time Monday or
today In a U.S. District Court,eventually wear Braves uni quirements of the contract !958 yards in seven games this Baseball commissioner Ford ,ber.A preliminary It Is Frlck's plan to createnew any other night CBS already

hearing sought by the Braves In i forms. which requires the Braves to season. That'a an average
an apparent move to speed their, The Braves have drafted play all of their 1966 home 136 6 per game-691 by rushingand both the National and American Joe Cronin of the American Seattle Oakland. Dallas-Fort Involvement in baseball

shift to Atlanta for the 1965 league rights to Atlanta major and games in County Stadium. 677 by passing. Notre leagues into 12-team circuits League and Warren Giles of Worth and either Atlanta or with ownership of the Yankees
season. Dame has held opposing runners will get a full airing herein Milwaukee depending upon Interested.
the National has been It; was not
if lose their in screening .
they court fight The obtained state
to a 30.S but summit --
I mere yards a three-day meeting where the Braves eventually -
The Braves said Wednesday would be free to there order candidates to succeed the
move circuit court a temporary has been
slightly more vulnerable of club owners and &fner.1managers windup.
they were dropping four clubs after their rental contract for restraining the Braves from 70-yeaMld Frick.
to !
passing. Georgia starting today.
from their farm system Den- County Stadium expires on Dec. moving or from asking other The commissioner Is certainto
has given up only 3.7 points a The expansion theme Is high, Whatever possible action may
ver of the Pacific Coast League I
31. 1965. National League owners for the be taken here it meet with serious opposition,
game. the along with a hardly likely
Toronto of the International The court fight centers on needed approval of the shift I on anything will be made public especially from Cronin and ..
number of other importantitems
League Austin of the Texas Defense statistics released
to- until the annual winter league Giles who do not feel the time
League and Greenville S.C., of day by the NCAA Service such as the proposed Is right.
meetings at Houston at the end
switch of the Milwaukee fran-
the Western Carolinas circuit.
Phillies' Maueli Named Bureau show Nebraska as No.1
of this month.It .
chise to Atlanta presentation ofa The promotional endeavorwas
They retained two of'ir minor in total defense No. 2 In rushing + esw
league clubs, Yakima, defense and No. ( in pass de weekly television baseball was learned however that discussed at length at a
Wash., of the Northwest League NL's Manager of YearLOS tense Notre Dame, far ahead of spectacular for the 19(5 season Frick will attempt to convincethe general managers meeting In

and Binghamton of the New all rivals In defense against completion of a new concept In owners of the necessity of I Pennsylvania last week. .

York-Pennsylvania League. ANGELES (AP) Phil "The circumstances are quite rushing Is seventh In total de minor league operations a expansion In the near future, The general managers It has

The announcement added the adelphla Phillies Manager Gene](different this time," he said. fense. Auburn and Syracuse. broadening promotional effort possibly by 1966. been learned brought back
and In the
a change presentbonus
Braves would definitely have a Mauch was playing golf Among the circumstances this second and third In total defense rule.Another The communnnrr has some bad news to the owners to v

Triple A team somewhere next Wednesday when he learned he year: have been strong against Important piece of preached such a plan for sometime the affect that the proponed

year. The Denver Toronto and had been named National I running. business likely to be discussed but the recent action taken Monday night TV spectacular

Atlanta franchises are. ill in League Manager of the Year for -With only two weeks left to Georgia Tech has allowed although not on the agenda! Is by the Braves and agitation by Idea has hit a snag
Triple A leagues. The Bravesown 1964 In the annual Associated play, his Phillies had what ap- only 26 points in seven games. the commissionership itself. several other clubs to shift their Two major networks, NBC
peared to be an Insurmountable
Press -- -- -
the players on the Denver poll. lead. Second Is Villanova with 26 I In Frick already has notified TA A
roster. ""I don't know whether it af- -But they dropped 10 six for a 43 average. The other, owners he will not seek reelec- For top-quality vegetables e.
Milwaukee Sentinel baseball Fected my golf game or not," departmental defense leader Is
a row from Sept. 21 through
writer Red Thlsted said In a Mississippi, with an of
Maucb said today. "I don't remember average
Sept. 30, then rebounded to win
story for today's editions that he, how well I played after the final two from Cincinnati to 45 8 yards of Its 32 punts. Giants Face KILL
had learned the Braves were, I found out," -
finish In a second-place tie with Kent State hasn't \been blastedby Loss of Ace
considering purchase of the It was the second time In the Reds-one game behind St passing bombs so far Its WORMS,

Atlanta franchise.If three years the honor was be Louis. It was the highest finish opponents have thrown only 69! Del Shofncp

the Braves are unable to'stowed on the handsome 38- by Philadelphia since they won passes and completed 23, a .362: LOOPERS, -
move to Atlanta Thlsted said,, year-old scrapper who makes the pennant in 1950 under Eddie percentage. In yardage they've NEW YORK (AP) Del
the of the International I Shofner star catcher of the
purchase his home In nearby Hacienda Sawyer. averaged only 50.7 a game. But pass APHIDS 'a,
League franchise would serve' Heights. He Indicated however Runner-up in the poll wa Kent's own passing has been New York Giants may be lostto

a two-fold purpose continued I that the title meant more to him Johnny Keane of the world just as Ineffective attemptsand the National Football League with new : e'

development of_the-players_and tithe first time he won It In 1962.! champion St. Louis Cardinals.!; 28 completions. 'because club for of the stomach rest of ulcers.the season

Don't be Crowded! I Giants Set St Shofner Louis sat game our with last Sunday's a liver Phosdrin- TMK&VODKA

virus and severe cold. He en-

Hoard For tered St Elizabeth's Hospital IN..onOID.
Don't Wake Up Tired! Sunday night for rlllt and exam Blow, vtfHahle profits will tw loon when yon stop;:;;
ination. Blood tests revealed the Kit worm abb* 1M!" ". aphids and other foliage*
Y.; Season aggravated ulcer condition. destroying! InMctt. UM Phmdrinl IPhotdrin
Like On
Sleep Royalty
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Shofnrr who ha* been' troubled kllli 'ant " with ulcers throughout his flower cihhig. broccoli and oOwt. And you Ma maPhrwdrtn
A King-size Outfit Manager the Herman San Franks Francisco will career as a pro reported to theGiants' to within a few days of harvMt without harmfuliMiduM. EASY..
operate opener with a pulled! For tied mulls, follow labl Innnictiont. I I
Giants In IMS with a board of
FIRESTONE '170 He missed the Don't basset with
pounds Amble your foujse fatMctt. hop
? consisting of two hold-
Giants' with a pulled them quick with Photdnn and .*. the bettor-quality
\ over coaches from the Alvin opener () JUsr ADD
I ;" ,. fOAM hamstring muscle and hurt his t m t .fnt vs, ut>lc4 you'll send to market
Dark regime plus newcomPI'Charley
\ TOPPER ANDINDIVIDUAL Fox. left thumb against Clevelandtwo PEOPLE

.1"" i\ BOX The baseball club announced He weeks will remain ago. In the hospital The KIlgore Seed Company

Wednesday that pitching coach From 11 days to two weeks Joe Division e4 Aigrow Seed Company Sutra c.. .... .... 0....... U
): : '' SPRING Larry Jansen and veteran ma-I Morrison Inherits his split end Alochua Florida M art m rml.OHM I M oar
\ \ ,
\ \ jor leaguer Harry (Cookie) spot In the Giants' offense.
'\ \ FOR ONLY Lavagetto have been signed
again. Whitey Lockman was not
.. ..
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the Giants organization as a
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Gainesville Sun Thursday, November S, 1944
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I ( Salt Water Fishing at Peak This TimeSalt i I Jilt BIG A I I

water action has been tops from Horseshoe to Crystal served for 10 successive yean on the Executive Board as SO LUNAR UKAkWtMEANS

River November Is the month the old timer remember at the Association's Recording Secretary and Treasurer.A .
furnishing some of their greatest catches Ask some about $t a l ., .. ? few years back Gainesville was a hotbed of casting

Armistice (Veterans Day) weekend on the Wacasassa or the illld enthusiasm. The Alachua County Sportsmen's Association TABLES
reds on the rampage In the Suwannee's East Pass Ask team met and defeated teams from Jacksonville St Augustine

others about Crystal River, Horseshoe Yankeetown, Cedar and Daytona Beach, and was Runner up Team In TIMMuI/ ,1 101"..' '/rodI.John Spr51,0
Key, Shell Mound, or Shlred Island. The annual return of field the State Championships held at Lakeland.The .b5.... e.IOLUNAII Men .k"TAILI. P1',,
fall fishermen from Georgia and many parts of Florida attest III successive held AIdS' Knlll'n. MN you will lie ", "'
University of Florida two years rear 5 r" win 10 ...d _ordUll"
to the popularity of these coastal hot spots. the largest Sklsh casting tournaments In America. The competing ..... Anal.... '.or Nun/1M you with ...."..
MN .., to
University casters numbered 147 and 145 In the respective IIIe .

HORSESHOE BEACH Prank 1'hi111ntl years. Ifflr.'Tile MI,., P.rled, an, M: wn1M It> Sold
Mrs. H. A. Lawrence of LAWRENCE'S CAFE at Horseshoe lhilrlor tAtitrir .oa "'... M" bIf hou'.l ...d .tme-1..11S
has telephoned the following fine catches of speckled Gainesville Boating Club WOW hq .nowM.r M ON W.an an... Thl MI. ,"pa
trout: Carl Klmbrough and Ross Breedlove, Columbus, Geor. Juan 0 Gonzalez, Commodore of the Gainesville Boating rice.sown I.. dIfo NO.1.1..f.. p55.sOW' .

gia, with Johnny Osteen as guide, 161 speckled trout in two Club, has called a meeting at the organization's Clubhouseon -UN 5$ OWO a,.....,.. 11m.."..M.O.Y .
days, 'Oct. 29 and 30; Thomas Halliburton, Clyde Fraser Newnan's Lake for 8:00 P.M. Thursday, November 5. Nllnor A."'M..Nf Minor M..Nr
and H. A. Fraser 105 trout on Friday, October 30. Jim The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss the club's pokier 070 III" 0 50 I5:3ae.turd 1:5wnd
2,000 visitors will have paid cut for licenses permits and TIO LM T 45
unusual problems of storm damage, vandalism, and toes'pass. y "II 530 Silt
Florida with ,
Black and Dr. Bruce, Jasper guide Johnny tags very close to $1 million.He r .110 55 II" .30 5ITdr III
Osteen, 97 speckled trout in one day: Barney Garrison and will be ot than 11 million M'Y 1,41 10 2J die
one more card-carrying Coffee will be served, and all members are urged to at 10'" ens I' II II"T"Y
Jack 25 trout Mlrrolures.Wacasaisa WOdntodOY
son, speckled on
nimrods, all of whom have forked over more than 68 million tend. 11:31 5i5 11:5.1: 1111Fist1iug 0O
River for licenses alone.
Mike Kreshka, genial Gainesville Boys' Club Director, has Suwannee RIver Channel Will Aid Fishermen
Nothing has been mentioned about guns, ammunition, plus 'Tides.
Guy Hamilton Executive of the Suwannee River
been getting fine catches off the grassy points near the mouthof hunting equipment of all kinds that should make the above
the Wacasassa River. John Cornell, owner of WILLIAMS totals seem Authority, has announced that there Is now being dredgeda
puny by comparison. new channel 50 feet wide and six feet deep at low water !
CAMP, says the fall run of redflsh has really begun, and that There is yet another Item to be reckoned with health ClOU lilY. TlDIl
John out that he has live from the North Pass at the mouth of the Suwannee River it I nd s'tp
wans action galore. point IMdw r'I- .
Is this Individual able to give up the lea cubes and Innersprings /1"., am. ." '"J
ihrlmp both at his Camp and at the ESSO Station in Gainesville for the back to nature life of the week to two- several miles out Into the Gulf to deep water. pm litiirdiy Low. m." .t I0): .m. ,'5
Book it *:IS (m 11I4
where the Newberry Road and 34th Street Intersect. week hunter? Free Hunting I'U 55. LM
The SPORTS DEPARTMENT of the Gainesville Sun has '11I. .. M4435
Crystal River All year long Homo has cleaned and ...d.y-Hlgh itlNim. ...
protected his .
gun 0:21
loads of books entitled FOR THE YOUNG HUNTER. It p..11I. at III. 01
Joyce and Johnny Elmer of KNOX'S BAIT HOUSE Crystal fed and cared for his ,MIoS ONION .t 7 a m. ends
dogs, thought and planned for this ....
10 o3TwMar
Is chock and
full of pictuies and Information on companions, 2J Lee 10.21
River report that the fish seem to be going crazy pm.
very day, how about him Can he take this sudden
and that the best catch of the week was M redflsh and 60 dogs, equipment, outdoor lore, gunmanship, hunting ethics, HI'$ II 1:11 fm. and. ':::15
change of
space the long walk, carrying the heavy gun, and Low .5 11:11 ...... a.d. 10" p M Lifia
hunter should have Theyare em.
safety. Every
trout. They say the fish are now being caught In the main ammunition, etc? How has Homo protected himself? What young a copy. wxtMKKy Hign >/ 4 n m. and
free for the asking at the Sports Desk of the Gainesville 101 Low it U.Ufffl'muy
house. Guide S.
river and that the guides are "cleaning about a physical before taking off for the woods? HIJ it 11 a.... .ndpoi.
J. Natteal took one young couple from Alabama who stopped The Alachua County Heart Council has free hunting and Sun.SPORTSMAN'S'. :. Lee .t II d 05, 11I4 1:1'
down river about two miles from KNOX'S caught 39 health Information that la available. p ---

redflsh by 10:30: A.M., then took a boat ride for several Hunting Is one of nature's greatest adventures.. Be ready T !I

hours. for It by taking as' good care of yourself as you do of your SPECIAL DISCOUNTSON
HomoMisa River gun. DIGEST B 's >
Large trout have been numerous In Homosasia Bay. Catcheswith First Annual Florida Conservation Week w'T:: p I @
both shrimp and Jigs have been as high as 120 trout The first annual Florida Conservation Week was held at SOFTEN SOUNDS I! 1964 MERCURY OUTBOARDSSEE

per boat. McCRAE'S BAIT DOCK Is one of several places Sanford, October 20 31, highlighted by an all-day seminaron IN BOAT'S BOTTOM I
with boats, bait, and guides. conservation.The err THE NEW 1965 MERCS

Lake Santa F. Sanford Chamber of Commerce Initialed this pilot Arriving Daily!
Mrs: has called in of the usual fine
Bobby Shipman some program In order to bring together various private and gov I I
catches made at SHIPMAN'S FISH CAMP EwleUm Beach. 1
ernmental conservationist for of Ideas
groups an exchange ,
From Gainesville-. and Mrs. Allen Townsend, 13 speckled through whlcb all of them could benefit, and to give the organizations Jimmy Moore'sPHONE
perch, Chris Owens, 22 perch, Gene and Mary Plggrem M an opportunity to present their Information to the .
perch; from Starke: Bobby Reed, 7 bass to S pounds; from public by exhibits and demonstrations. rue too &
Earleton Beach: Perry Swlnford, I bass to 4% pounds, Lester They anticipate other communities will\ want to host the You PONT MCEO! 1O REFRAIN EASY 954-570J US. 101 n

Griffin and partner, 20 bass In two days; from Waldo: event In future years. FROM DON'T TALKING sow you IN A* BOAT PUT,, BUT lent/ CREDIT ... Starke, Fla.
Morris de Sha, N speckled In two from
perch days Ship-
Nine awards were presented to some of the nation's most CANS, 1ACKLI COXES OR OTHER 4
man's brush piles; and from Jacksonville: James and Mike active promoters of better conservation practices. They wentto OBJECTS M A BOAT WHEN TERMS
Pratlco, 6 bass up to I pounds In weightWlthlachoochee STILL-PISHINa., TM. BOTTOM
Walt Disney Justice William 0.
Douglas, Smokey the A BOAT A A'SOUNOlNa BOARD* SDon't
River Soo
: Bear, Florida Governor Farrla Bryant, Secretary of State THAT TRANSMIT SUCH SOUNDSTO I -
BUDDY'S CAMP reports that George Vance Orlando, twice Tom Adams, Martin Anderson, C Russell Mason, Don Mc ALL Crease FBM. ALL MMAm I
hooked two bass on a single cast. He was using top water Allister, and Field and Stream Magazine. MIRY stNsmvm TO mesa 6
lures. Parties from Milton and Gainesville caught the limit Adams was featured speaker at opening ceremonIes
of bass several days In a row. Boats, guides, live bait, Large displays from LAY ANY OP TMB POLLOWIN'
private and governmental filled
and cottages are available at this camp. the Civic Auditorium groups MATERIALS IN BOTTOM Of Miss A Day Of Good Fishing .
and outdoor
demonstrations and A BOAT 10 CUSHION BOUND: 1
Orange LakeI. exhibits were staged all week at Lake Monroe Industrial DOOR MATS Of GET YOUR BOAT NOW!
H. Thompson and his mother fishing from THOMPSON'S
Park. There were fish tagging, animal tagging, tree planting RUBBER OR
RESORT, caught 63 speckled perch weighing up to IV and forest fire fighting demonstrations FIBER! AUTO'MOBILB PAYMENT
pounds. They were drifting with minnows In the north end Two of the country' most outstanding wildlife artists din- AMTa Ors fUOO flues ij.

\ of Orange Lake. played some of their best paintings at the auditorium. They AND OLD:
Ed Templeton of Cross Creek landed the bass .
largest of were Ray Harm of Cuss Creek, Ky., and Lee Adams of .CARPET 14-Ft. ALUMINUM FISHING BOATS
1 recent weeks when he weighed In a 15% pounder at WALLY Jacksonville.
WALLER'S CROSS CREEK LODGE Ed he caughtit '179-189-257 and 295
says A number of exhibitors came from out of the state, Includ- I
on a Paw Paw lure at the north end of the lake. log the Sierra Club of California. Hester Leads

Destln Fishing Tournament Remit 131%.Pound Small-Mouth Bass? 12-Ft. PRAMS (John Boats)
The Sixteenth Annual Destln-Gulf. Coast Deep Sea Fishing Reverend William Floyd of Alachua weighed In a impound Ceramic Loop
Rodeo, a month.long tournament, came to an end at 7:00
: bass at Baird Hardware r Company this! week. This Shirley Hester led the Ella Only
p.m. on October 31. In Itself Is not unusual, as large bass are often seen hereabouts Ceramics loop at Palm Lanes
Jim Hobson, Plkevllle, Tenn., won the Grand Prize In the
But this one was different. It looked like a small with 168 169 202-539, Norma
King Mackerel competition, $1,750 In U. S. Savings Bonds, mouth bass, and caused some world record thoughts to Weseman had 472 and Jeanne See The Powerful 1965 NATIONWIDE

with a whopping 34-pound, l-ounce King Mackerel. John come crowding around. But It proved to be only a large. Leland 467.Polishers. MERCURY MOTORS
A. Nale, also of Pikevllle, Tenn., was runner-up with a 25- mouth bass with shades approaching Florida's unique Su- had an 1822 series COLLEGE GRID
3.9HP 6HPoneI9.8HP
pound, m-ounce fish. wannee River Bass. It did and I3S best
have some folks fooled for awhile! a game. Splits COVERAGEAMERICAN
Grand prize winner In the Red Snapper competition NO DOWN
was 1.000 Archers Legal Buck were made by Virginia Overly, PAYMENTFRANK'S
Bob Nash, Princeton. Ky., who won 11,230 In U. S. Savings Approximately 1,000 archery enthusiasts spent long hours 5. 10; Creasy Green, Jean
Bonds with a 32 pound red snapper. The runnerup, Cy Welssert in the Citrus Wildlife Management Area over the October Douglas, both 9-7s; and Juanita .

,. 6200 Rock Springs Road, Bait St. Louis, nt.. subsequently 24 weekend as they waited for a shot at a legal buck. But Fulmer 5.79.BeCresv. MARINEMERCURY
entered a 32-pound Red Snapper which under the
only one was officially reported to biologists of the State
rules, gave him place position.In Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission who 535: OUTBOARD SALES Cr SERVICE AND
the Major Award Division, Capt. S. D. Bond U.S.N., at the are on duty
Pensacola, Florida, won with a 71-pound l-ounce Amber. hunting area. High SeriesRandall 1031 S. Main St. FR 6-1629 NATIONAL PRO

jack. This brings the total to 11 deer, all legal bucks with antlers Beggs hit 535 on 188- LEAGUE STORIES
The Warsaw-Jewflsh contest was won by Joe Bell, Wilton, five Inches or more harvested since the bow and arrow 172.177 In the Sheriff's Sen Ion
Ala., with a 182-pounder. The largest Little Tuna, 13 pounds hunt started on Oct. 17th. Ten bucks were downed the loop at Palm Lanes. Dale Cook

and t ounces, was caught by Donald P. Marshall, Smyrna, first weekend by the archers seven on Saturday and threeon had a 521 and Freddie Whitman QUICK FINESSANumber .
Ga. The over-all winner In the Special Ladles Contest was Sunday, the 18th. topped the girls with 406.

Mrs. R. A. Wardlaw Jr., Layfayette Ga., with an II-pound, Most archers say they need more deer. Some observerssay Split Personalities had a 2319
12-ounce King Mackerel., the archers need more practice. Maybe both groups are set and an 826 high game. Louie HIGH SCHOOL
John H. Harris, Geneva, Ala., won the award for the first right! Davis made the 8-10 split. REEL ( COVERAGE by

Marlin entered, and Jim Berry, Clinton Ky., caught the long Florida Man Heads American Casting Association Farm Bureau 280)) JOHN CLENDENDON
White Marlln.
L. Corbin Decatur Ala. who Howard M. Weemck, St. Petersburg, was elected Presidentof With Uslon Hollow Gloss Rod GLENN LANEY
Floyd caught a 222poundBlue Stainless
the American Tops Variety l.ee1Iuicl.* $2647
Casting Association at the 56th Annual Na
Marlin from an inboard-outboard rig, was disqualified JIM KELLY
tional Tournament and Convention at St. Louis this fall. Variety Store went down to Rag $44.46
for late arrival at the Weigh Station but was awardeda
for Before receiving the Association's highest honor Weeinck13'Ponmlcr a 26 to 12 defeat, at the hands Butane MARC WEINSTEINDON
trophy an outstanding angling performance.Only
local angler to aeon for a top award wls Mildred of Florida Farm Bureau, in CAMP S 3 99 ItLis -1t 2 for DAVIS

White, Destln, who won In the longest Sailfish competition. I adult Hag football at City Park: I STOVE I WORMS 5' BRUCE DUDLEY
It the second win for
Dunnellon Fishing Coteit I Re,. $8.95 Rp. I 10, e.ah
Shelton Sossamon of Tampa was winner of the bass dIvision : Bureau with beat powerful Penn JAMES RUSSELLJIM
during the sixth week of the Dunnellon Chamber of Chem Research last Thurs day KING
Commerce Fishing Tournament. He landed an It pound, 12- night. This was the first game SMALL DEPOSIT Everything!WILL Priced tit Sail!

ounce lunker to win the Ambassadeur 5000A reel and sports M : for Variety Store and the boys CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY FOR
man rod. muttered as they left the field: I .

Bob Hardwick, BELAIR RESORT and chairman of the "We have a lot of work to do O'IH'TIL'P.M.

tournament said Marie Clayton, St Petersburg, won a but this league will know who

transistor radio for capturing the ladles division with a t. we are" before the season is ..... ::: MACHINEGUNCAMERA SERIES
pound 7-ounc bass. over. ...-
Dunnellon fishermen took the rest of the awards duringthe Four games are scheduled at CLOSE-UP PHOTOSby

sixth week; Mrs. G. D. Cannon won the pinfiih division City Park Thursday Night, two OUIDOOKMAN SHOP. INC
beginning at 7:30 and two at I
with a pound 5 ounce panflsh and received a Garcia: Abumatte -
spin reel and action rod. Alton Collet had an 1-pound, I- There 1s no admission and the UI .. U.I..ity 'h... 111."" EDDIE DAVIS
public Is invited. H... DMr N 6 tr M..;..
ounce mudfish and I. W. Bravo a 17-pound, -ounce gar TOMMY LEWIS
Each received two Coast Guard approved cushions and two I

In the Children' division, William Blair Jr.. Dunnellon, .
won the bass prize with a 1-pound IVounc fish to win a

Zebco reel and rod and Bruce Bramblett, Dunnellon, had a .
ounce pan.fish and also won a Zebco reel and rod.

The Dunnellon fishing meet ended at sunset Saturday IY COACHES

night. Dove Season's First Thai Ends Sunday Rev William Floyd of Alachua displays-pound AND PLAYERS
haM he landed recently at a private lake. H al.no
Hunters are reminded that the first phase dove season
cloaes at sundown November I. The second phase will\ open caught another 13 pounder a 7 Yi pounder and several I
state-wide at noon Saturday November U and continue for weighing more than one pound In the productive -
outing He used
sixteen days of hunting The second season closes at sun a Bang-O- -.Lure.
down on November 29. PRESS BOX REPORTSby
The special bear hunts In the Apalachlcola and Osceola
National Forests close November 7, and the special archery 1-DAY SERVICE on .

hunt on the Eglin Military Reservation clows one-balf hour JOE HALBERSTEIN

after sundown, November I. RECAPPINGGates NIS NISSEN
According: to A. D. Aldrich, director Game and Fresh Water BENNY CASON
Fish Commission, the early dove season and the special
hunts for bear and the archery hunts for deer have been LARRY WOODS


Game and Fresh Water Ommliikm MeetingA ON OPENING HIS NEW MARINE BUSINESS
regular business meeting of the Game and Fresh Water

Fish Commission win be held at It:08 a m. Friday, November GAS BATTERIESand Frank OHM S TO t f,M Cia trsuUk
(. at Tampa Florida. MARCUS MILAM of Gainesville II OILS Philpott's DAltr txtK SUNDAY
the Commissioner for this district Cmmrclal Discount T. I- USED TIRES f 4.114.TO P.M. 3ATURDAT

The meeting win be held at the Hotel) Tampa Terrace In Fleet Owners. TIRE REPAIRS Sport Center ,: ..:,."
Tampa. The public la Invited to attend. t ". ... Sun
Heart Aid Hunting SKI iUGI. NUNTII AND.
Gator Tire Service Inc. ...
Wash .LI..I [.
When the first dog freezes to a point Hmo Sapiens pulls 29 ...w. |4.k A... NCukLH 1S
the trigger and the first shotgun blast echoes through the Bill Bounds Owner "WvftsE OUALITY SELLS mar JACUO AND MONA lC ORDER YOURS
woods, signaling the start of another general hunting season Jon N.E. Waldo RJ. FR 2-C497 FR 2-5011 *r FR .UU W CANOIS. AND
this November 14th more than 110,000 Florida resident and UT TtAILIIJ.' j TODAYJ'4


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BOB MEEKER in so far as the presidential water only 29 putting Dixie Of Florida!! Late Morning 1 1N' I

Sun Staff Writer race was concerned. back In Its traditional political .

CROSS CITY Put Dixie (It had been erroneously reported -column Promise State Y. Listing Readers' Requests
County back on the Democratic that there were only 34
The senatorial race was wid-- Alcoa 61H Int Nick 884AmAir :
side of the national election absentee ballots to be countedIn Political Chiefs
absentee 47tc Int
ened even further with the Pap
ledger where it always has Dixie County.) "s, i.4I5wI5 .5I0II' ow's. ... C'.
AmCan 44\4 Jones&L 37'i
ballots, as was the gubernatorial "
been. Goldwater led the precinct race. MIAMI (AP Son George AmCyan 65'\ Kais Al 304 EScW *. t: = oo ::: STOCK LISTINGS
The counting of 113 absentee count by 40 votes yesterday I Smathers says Florida can ex. AmMot 15H Ken'roll ':N
ballots yesterday gave Pres- with S79 as opposed to the Pres- Spessard Holland ended up poet a friendly reception at the AT&T 684 Llg & My 8JH PierceMi1bernMurphey
ident Lyndon B. Johnson a ISo ident's 839 in the 1718 votes with a final tally of 1259 as opposed -, White House because of Its vote I AmTob >>'i Loch ST'<

vote lead over Barry Goldwater -cast. to 231 for Claude Kirk Jr.: for President Johnson I Ampx Cp 164" Lorillard 45 NEW YORK OVER THE COUNTER TWA Wts ............................. 29%
in Dixie County. u Today's tally shows the President -I Haydon Burns widened the,' Smathers, who warned the Anaconda 55:% M f&M 60'. STOCK EXChANGE New YORK (Art -, Th Mtovlnf. M,, Valipar ........ ?. ..... 7"
Prior to the counting of the out In front by IS votes' spread In the gubernatorialrace state it might Imperil space contracts Armour 54H Monaco 15 Abbott Lab ._ ... .. 2.40 41 HUnM M MM A_VIOUIUM'.'.... oil MIPMM....., ...by DH* MUTUAL FUNDS

absentees, Goldwater held a 40- with 923 as opposed to the ArI- to 1255 votes over Charles' and military bases by ACL 784 Months 834 Allied Cheers ......-.. 1 BO 54meradll % .lr% .Inc..tut d S iwt nprtMnt tin 5A5Dooe.chMl tramctfera .- Affiliated Fund .,.. ................ S.98
vote lead over the President andIt zona Senator 908 in the total Holley's 386Although I voting Republican, said Wednesday Beth StI 39 4 Mont Wd 42"% .\ rt .... ... 2 00 Bm If Ib. 'rI"o art wi"'', ones wcu'Is. ..''Capital Life & Cr ....... .. 10.17
was assumed prematurely of 1831 votes cast. 1 these figures have : Boeing< 3\ Nat flair 84 Am Elc Pow..... .. -- U6b 44 nun InkMliliro UK* tarn MI* (bid> rtoueht Divers Growth .......... .. 10.36
that Dixie was straying from its President Johnson received 84 not been officially canvassedthey .: "Instead of sitting in the bitch i Borden 78'. Nat Dist 284RrunsMk Amer Enka t 40a 70 Land .. .. 12'I Dividend Shares ........... 3 83Dreyfus

traditionally! Democratic fold of the absentee. votes and Gold- are the_latest received.:... i en. we will be In the living room. t\ N Am Av 49** Amer 1I0ne.... .. 1 413 14' Amer Fidel Life 25 .. .. ..,.-... .- .. 2136
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Thomas Fleming! chairman ol i latcrTr 38"4 Penney 6IPCclnncse Aster M Fdy .. .00 18'. Amer Heritage 21'.I Fidelity Capit .. .. 11 82

the Florida Johnson campaign' 664 ra RR 42V 'Armco Stl -... 300 119'_ Amer Mat Ins ........ ... .. ... 20"1'''Fidelity Fund ............ .. .. 18.70
Union High Has a Year said the rwults make Florida Chrysler 58% Pep Cola 57% Atch Topka ...-.-. .. 1.2011t Amer Pioneer Lire ...... -.-.. 10-1 Fidelity Trend .... .... 20.02
"stand out like a golden lanternin CocaCola 131H Phil! Pet 52'k Baxter Lab _. .... .38 2I% nhetiner Busch ....... ...... % Fund'tal Invest ?......-.. .- .... 1184
I the darkness cast by the Com Ed 564 RCA 334 Beckman In. ..... 87 Anodyne .......... _..-.._,. 4H I Income of Boston ................. 8.77
neighboring southern states Con Edis 13', Rep Sit 48H Beech US..... .._ .,.,1.10 S4 Citizens: Bank _" 37 I IConn Incorporated Inc 10.29
To Correct Deficiencies 'voting for Sen. Barry Gold- Cent Can 53 Revlon 38% Bristol My _...-..... .80 IS Lt & Pow .. ...._ 37S' Keystone K.2 .......................... S.92
water. Dow Che 774 Rey Tob 41'II Brown Shoe._ UO I06Vt Cowles Hag 4; Pb ....._ 12% Keystone S-3 ...... .... ..... 17.03
Mayor Haydon Bums of Jacksonville I duPont 278U StReg P 31'i Brunswick '-. ....- Dunn & Bradst __.... .. 63\ Keystone s.. ......................... S19
By BUZZ MIXSON don't know how this will be ttrformance' and that most deficiencies who defeated CharlesR. EAL 37H Seaboard 55'% ,Cambell S .......... 2.40 34" Florida Can .. _. ..,...?. 10"% Life Investors ............." ? 10 85
Sun Area Editor done. I haven't been able to do noted concerned the Holley for governor, also Invoked E:. Kodak 139 Sears 1224. :Carter Pdt _... .... .... 1.001 10CaoeJI Fla Nat I Bank ... ..... ...., ... 14Fla Life Stock Fund ..... .. 8 02

LAKE BUTLERUnion any planning yet. It's a situa physical plant facilities the name of President Firestone 42% Sinclair MH' .. ...... ........ 19''% Tele ........ .... 28* Mais Inv Stotk .... ...... 17.43
County's one white high school tion I inherited The present school superintendent -Johnson. Fla Pit 110', Socony 87% Cessna Air.. .-.... 1 00 55bChesOhlo Forrest Labs 25\ Mais Inv Growth .. (18
-Union County High Is faced Cason, who won unoppo e d T S. (Shepl) Thomas, "I know" President Johnson I Ford 58Ti SouthnC 63' .. ... 4(01( 7I\t Founders Life 10% Pioneer' Fund .......... 10:30:
with the loss of its accreditation -election to the school superin- last week published the following quite well, Burns said "I have I Frmst Da 13 SperryR 14"i Cots S Gas .. .._ 33' Franklin life 584 Puritan Fund . 186

status with both ihe tendent's office last May Is except from the S c ho o 1 great confidence In his leadership Frept Sill 44'. StBrand 77'I CBS .... ... .... .........- UOb 40'. Great American -- It""". Putnam Growth ... 16.37
June and know he will be sympathetic .. .. .... .... ..... 37'. 810
State Department of Educationand serving as principal Union Board minutes of 30, 1964: Frueh Tr 32S StO NJ 81 Comb Eng 1.20 38Comsat \. roller TV & Elec:

the Southern Association I High until he takes office In "The Board Inspected the to our problems Gen Dyn 38'" Studcbak 6'.I: Corp ......... CI1 Gulf Life .... .... ... .... ... 52<4 Value Line Inc .... .. 5 89
of Colleges and Secondary January. warning from Southern Associa- Johnson carried Florida by Gen El 874* Swift 53% :Cone Mills ... -....... .80 21''% Herff Jones .. .... ....... ...... 13H Wellington Fund 1173
School. The school, according to Canon -tion of Colleges and Schools regarding -more than 35,000 over Goldwaterand Gen Fds 81H' Texaco 8W Cont Alrl .. ...... .40 20'. Home Ins .. .......-.. t9\ NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS
And Union County School I has been placed on probation the following: led Burns by more than Gen Mills 44 4 Thiokol 11"% iContl Ins . .. ." %.20 11"\" Kennasaw Life .- .....- 10'. Comp Vol. Clone Changes.
Supt. elect James C a t 0 n, by the Southern Associa- UCPS (Union County Public 11000 Gen Mtrs 1024 U Carbld 125"S' II Contrl Data 1131.Pdts .\ Life of Fla ,... "..-. 8H 76.\Vestnghse Elc 44H off >4
along with other school system tion and has been warned by the School) No. 1 Warned that With 21 precincts and the absentee .- Goodrich 61% UnIt Alrc 51Gondvr Cars .. .. 1.50 111"-" Lowe Company .... 19'* 85.100 Gen Motors 102'. up 1'1

personnel, will' have less than a State Department of Educationit there were seven pupil period vote uncounted the figures 48'. Un Fruit IS'i,,Delta Air ...... 180 61Dot tlilgo Electron .................. ('H 57,800 Am Tel & Tel 684 off
year to correct certain deficien- will\ lose its accreditation unless -overloads; 11 teachers with no Goldwater were: Johnson 897.860'1 Grejhnd 24% US Steel STN .' Steel .... .80 14' Mort Guaranty Ins ........ 24% 50.900 Chrysler 59 off H -

cies at Union High when he noted deficiencies are corrected -free period; two teachers partially 859881,. Gulf Oil 59H L'nlv Mat 1) Emerson EI .... ..... I 00 .3" Pacific SW Air ... .. ......... 31HSchliU 49.000 Atlas Corp 2'. off H
takes pffice in January."I within a year's time. out of their field; f u 11-I I: 294 Burns, Holley announced 854.680 for Hon'well 128H' West gEl 43 Fair Camera .._., .50a 24Fisan'l Brew .. ...... .-.... 44 48.800 Sunray Dx >>'\ up H .
hope to correct the situa- Cason said that the pres e n t time: qualified guidance director round-robin series of plans a!I Int Harv S4V4 Woolwth 28 i Fed ...... ".... 38"Fst. "% Secur Life & Tr ............... 804' 39.600 Gen Tel & Tel 36'. up ', -:.

tion, Cason told the Sun yesterday -accreditation status of the high needed; chemistry laboratory tlon bans to follow the inaugura officialone Charter. ... U7f 26" Southern Nitro. .......... 25'_ 39.600 U S Steel 574 off 4 .,
"But," he added "I school Is based on "last year's Inadequate; 11 0 ra g e space In Tallahassee Jan. S. Burns I Fut West Fin .........." 11"P'la "% Travelers Ins ... .... 42H" 37.700 Xerox Corp 109' off 1%
needed. Burns Has .. ... Union Security & Inv 104
said he and his wife and cabinet!. E Cst IS'I '" 36200 RCA 33 4 off U ..
"The Board approved a guidance -officials would fly to the balls' Food Fair ..... .-.. .... .90 23 Universal Cigar .. ......... 5H 34800 Ford Motor 59H' off >*
Ball Will Visit Europe counselor and two new positions on this schedule: Orlando, Jan. No Account FMC Corp ........".. 1.00 14Frito AMERICAS 32.200) Std Oil NJ M'" off 54
I to adjust this deficiency, I, Tampa Jan. 7, Jacksonville Lay.... ".. 41" STOCK EXCHANGE 32.000( Grdnr: Drnvr 514 off U
1964 65 term." Jan 8, Miami Jan. 9, and Pen, Ceo Tele .. -.. ..._. .118 38'% erojet-Gen ......? '' 28.nalex 28.800 Estrn Air Line 39'. up t
For NATO Discussions The excerpt from the minutes sacola Jan. 10. Bank Ga r.cif .. .._ lOin 5611I Corp .... . .. 28'** 28,400 Tex Gulf: Sul 57H off I o
published by Thomas also noted I I SaysTALLAHASSEE Golly Oil ...... .10. 28'.' Aqua Chem .. .. .. ...... 14'-'
.that the Board has One of the governmental prot ................ 25M AMER STK EXCII
WAStillSQTON (AP) Un- 2. Ball will attend a Cabinet on depositIn Grace Co ...... .... 1.00b 5754 Aurora Plastics
dersecretary of State George W. level meeting of the Organization the local bank, $29,339 and [ems facing Burns Is reappor., (AP) The ,Hel Curtis ... .. ... .80 14'. Barnes Engineer ... 20' Ball one of President Johnson'stop of Economic Cooperation had due from state funds, $4-I tionment Voters. rejected the manager of the Bank of Nova IBM ....... .. ..-. 1.00 417 Butler Shoe .. ........_...... 11\i I Volume Clone Changes
troubleshooters, and Development in Paris Dec. I 600, due to' Increased attendance 43-senator: 112 representativeplan Scotia In the Bahamas reported Mln C ._. lana 381.\ Chromaloy... ... ............,.. 15* diplomatic lInt 'u
by more than two to one. today that Gov-elect: Haydon I .. ..... .. ...,. 6V 112,500 Sunset Intl 8 off t*
will make two trips to Europe %-3. The OECD is composed of to apply 1 on additional : lInt Tele ..... ..__. 1.00 SfI'I \ Cinerama: classrooms "I hope reapportionment will Burns does not and has not hid ....... 23'11i 108,700 Cntrl Hadley 1V4 off 4
within-the next four weeks to IndustrIal countries and workson science, library or Kellogg "... .. .... .. .SOa 110" Computer Scl '" I
confer:with leaders on the grow problems of assistance to The minutes of June 30 also stated not be a problem during" the an account there I I Lehman Cp ._.. 1.341 3tlllI Cutter Labs A ...... 17 61000 Cinerama 6V4 up H
ing crisis In the North Atlantic underdeveloped nations that the Board had available 1965 regular session, Burnt He made the statement In a Litton In ........ .. 1 Iftf 7354lone Data Control .. ... ....,.. .. 56 44.700 Western Quill 6 up U
officer $47,122 In capital outlay and said. "And I certainly do not letter received by Florida Atty.I S Cm .... ... 1.00 21V, Fulton Inds .. ... .. 9*h ODD LOT TRANSACTION!!
Treat/ Organization State Robert Department J. McCloskey press aid. debt service funds from t a t e want to see the U.S. Supreme Con James Kynes who atBurns' Marsh P'ld .--. 1.80 40% Gen Develop ............. .. 4*h Purchases ........ ........ .. .. 459.919
The:Stat Department press Court or any other factor out .... ............ ...... .
checked the Short Sales 3,137
disclosed In to in to questions, that sources I request dec Martin M .. 1 00 19'.., Jan Mlnit Mkts ... .. ......... I1 4
inquiries about Ball's response plans: Ball response has "no present plans" to In a statement in the local I side the state of Florida'* delving tlnn campaign!! report by Chirl McG Hill "."". .. .. .... .801 35 14, Mackey Airlines ...... ... 6'. Other Sale .....w....... ..... 367,919

1. He will .attend the fourth meet with French President newspaper last week, C a Ion Into He our said problems he would call Holley, GOP nominee, that Mead Corp _...... 1.70 C8""%, Mead Johnson .. ........ ... .. 16'i Totals Sales .'". ..............." 370116
German-American conference Charles de Gaulle whose Independent -urged all parents and patronsof I session the a special Burns had $1 J million in i a Merkd ...._ .. I fOe 47 Pac NW Tote ....-.. .... .. .. 22*h PREVIOUS DAY'S
which in Berlin Nov. 12-. course within NATO Union County High S c h o 01 I during summei secret account. Nail! Ainl ..._. .80 SfI""% Philip Elee .... ................ 46*, STOCK MARKET
meets- of 1965 If it to -
15 This conference will discuss;, and In Western Europe Is at the "to actively support us In the take action was necessary Kynes had asked the Bahamas: N Y Cenl! .. ......-..- .50g lIlt Redwing Carrier ...... ...... .. U Advances ... .. .......".". 311
Atlantic alliance problems center of the present crisis of correction of these prob I Ie m a Two other on amendments reapportionment.defeated officials for a report by the NiaMPaw ..-. ......_ %.00 55 Ric Croup .. ......... 3M I Declines: ...........MMMMMM ITS
(that led to the school being i Nov. 3 election but didn't get It Norfolk W .. 100 1431.\" Sperry R Wts----- 64SynteC I Unchanged... ... .".... 277
unity.Today disclosures_ are the placed on a warned accreditedbasis ,earmarking were of one to of extend the state the William Foster Ellis\ the bank Nolnd PS ... ........ 1.48 It% 56 Total Issues .... 1,365

Voter Total Johnson administrations Initial )." ,gasoline taxes part to counties for manager, reported today thai No Nat Gas .............. 1110 SflI\ Tampa Eire 27M I New 1963-64: High 92
post-election approach to com Thomas, the Incumbent super road building and one to allow "to the best of our knowledge OIls Math ...... .. 1.20) 4211II Tech Menur 18VS10CK I. New 196164: Lows. 17

ing to grips with the NATO intendent, has served In that a $15 million school saving'I Mr. Haydon Burns has never. Owens a.. 2.50 108 I I tUW YORK TIMESMARKIT VIUGU, NOV 4 : ..
Was Higher dissension even while a global capacity In Union County for fund to be spent In capital outlays had any dealings with us directly /Pat! G II E.-..... .--......- 100 34'.
policy review gets under way 36 years Early this year he or Indirectly doM not main Pac Lting .. 2040) 3tI 1.1 N.. Y..O w.asHiIi ,
Than 1960 here. filed qualifying papers to seekre The Democratic sweep apparently -tain an account with us now snd:I Pac TilT ................ 120 28'11 : Ltw Ciol. H.t CI... I
There has been speculationthat election to another f o u r- hurt the Republicans: In the I has not maintained one at sny Iran Amer A.............. 120 281i1rark. RuIn 151,7J 149.50 150.09 Off ,74
WASHINGTON (AP) Still President Johnson might I year term. But he withdrew his legislature Six of It Incumbentswere time In the past. I Day ...... I 00 281i1200 In Indtrl.ls 90J.49 191.61 195.61 Off 2,37I

incomplete returns from Tuesday -send Vice President-elect Hubert qualifying papers, giving as hif defeated and four others I "In observance of our normal! Penszoil .... -.......-.._. 47 I 150 Stacks 521.6 510,56 ,1US Off I."

'* election indicate that the H Humphrey to Europe on reason, ill health. This left the were In danger of being beaten banking procedures, this Information I Pfizer ... .............. .. .80* II'II' -- ...- ....... _.. ,
total voter turnout fell far short a troubleshooting trip but a ,field wide open to Cason, the when the write-ins are counted.I is being divulged with 'I Phelps DC .... ... .... 300 73'I % I ;
of the predicted 71.1 million but State Department spokesmansaid only other candidate U.3. Senator Spessard L. Hoi the permission of Mr. Burns" Polaroid .......... .. .20 1771\ VLASUtiS I
probably topped the 1960 total. he had "no Informationthat A write-In campaign: for Thomas -land swept Into his fourth term Student I I Pub SV Ea. .. .._.. 260 37% I .MARKETNEW .

With 173,152 of 175,756 polling would substantiate the developed prior toTuesday' carrying every county but Sarasota -I Cyclist I Pure 011... ...... 160 an.Rayonler YORK (AP-A) scrambled -
units counted, President John- reports." general election, but and leading the ticket. All Strikes Auto .......... ....... 1.00 43'\' stock market showed louses Dow Jnnes Stork Averages
son had 42,038.243 votes to 26- Other consultations on the this was squelched by U n I Ion U.S. Congressman were also reelected -- I II I Rtxall -. .... ...--. .. .5IIb 60''%I afternoon
449960 for Sen. Barry Gold- organization of NATO and Its County voters who gave C a son On Uniersity' ,Rt'yn Met! .. .,_. .. .SO 33-. In steel early this countered I ttvloui Hay | 2nd Hour I7i | ,.

water, a two-party total of 68,' proposed nuclear weapons force 881 votes to 215 write Ins for I A University of Florida student -,I RwhMerr _....... 100 Ift""% i but the losses were assorted 213 i lnduatup0.lin "
gains among
conducted by Secretaryof Thomas. R C Cola ... __.._ 1.20 low4 : by
488203. will be motorcyclist escaped ser-! Trading was 12 T20 I RailiToff f 008'
total of State Dean Rusk when he I King Phulnilig1)enionstrations Roy Dutch ... U3g .7'. chipS. blU'1 "
In 1960, the presidential Girl Scouts' bus Injury Wednesday night 'oof
activeCams 152 86 IMJtil.
votes for all candidates meets with Western European when his cycle struck a car at Searle CD ..._. _._, .10 14" I J I | up
Democrat John F. Kennedy foreign ministers In New YorkIn Lessons the Intersection of W. Inlvenl-Singer -. ....._.. .... 200 1111.1 and biues of key stocks 31 11 r 02 Tis8iMkiT| up W7.1'6II.000

Republican Richard M. Nixon connection with the Dec 1 Skating ty Ave. and NW 22nd St Smith KIn ..-. -. .......... L20a M% went from fractions to about a |!f Volume) ]/ 1,010,000
the UN General i Cal FA ................ lOS 341.st
those opening of In Ala. Miss. Mur 1
and minor parties plus At Hojs' ChiliArea Thomas W, Hallo, 2V. II IISou point
Oil Cal .. ....... ...... 2.00 68St
Assembly. VI J. Wills d eli iJV
cast for unpledged presidential phree was treated at The excitement over rrr.1Johnson' can Mulors whith ( 't to>
electors in Louisiana and Mis- In mid-December, Rusk will Girl Scouts will receive ) Nun cork JTimr. I Miller Health Center and I Oil lad ...... .. Z.lIOb C2% dent election victory on a block of 11,100 1 shares
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sissiDDi totaled W.832.778. head_ t.he. US..delegation. ..to...! 'instruction toward earning a NEW YORK The Rev. Dr.I released for Injuries after he Sterl Drug .IS 27% was pact, and Wall Streetert Selective strength kept the
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The 2,604 precincts still unre- scheduled meeting ot me j"MIV merit badge in roller skating at Martin Luther King Jr. said to-! collided with a vehicle driven Tun Utll 120 Bm said a period of profit taking averages narrowly In plus territory -
Council In Paris.County Textron .... ..... ... 1.40 .9\1.
mostly from Club.Accordml by Myrtle M. Alday, 118 NW 111.101. switching could be .
the and
ported come Boys' day that he was planning to
,Tidewater ...... ..... '%
sparsely settled areas, which to Instructor John engage in civil rights demonstration -: 21st SL 'I'ran. W A... ..._ 48''It In order prior to a possible rally The Associated Press averageof ..
probably have about 200 votes To Pay Smith, a former professional anon in Alabama and' Officers said Mrs Alday, who) Union Pac. ...- ._ lOla M'- before the year i end I I 60 storks at noon was up .2

each. skater, the girls will receive Mississippi I' was uninjured attempted to .'Und Air L .... I.JOb 114'14Cpjohn Mont of the leading steels and at 329 1 with Industrial up .2,
This would mean the present For 5 School their Instruction each Mon day I He said he felt the landslide turn onto NW 22nd St from W. I .-. .-... 100 SO'/ motors took losses but these I Iwere rail up .2 and utilities up .1.

totals! will l be swelled by about night as part of the Boys' Club vote given to President Johnson University Ave. and was hit Jim Waiter ..... 24'" '| mostly smalHlcpphon'l The Dow Jones industrial av.
votes from these Girls by Hallo, who was driving weston Jones. I Lauxhlln off erage at noon was 127 at
half a million\ Sidewalks Night program. In Tuesday's election should Lamb .'70 3114Worthistn ['being I up
2,604 precincts plus the minor I I I Members of the group areWanda convince the President that he Hallo W University Ave I II IWar '". ., 1.50 4f-\ 111M. than a point, and Amrrl-\ ,In 01.I .
cited for
party vote estimated at about The Alachua County Commission Huckabee, Lynn Phillips I has'a definite mandate from I was driving Xerox IOI Y i
200,009 based on the 1960 totals. voted Tuesday to pay the Mary Grace Welch, Gall the American public" to support,without a headlight I II 1 Zenith .. 1.20a "'_I I Lions Conlrihutc 89,50'0
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cost of paving five sidewalk Richardson, Pat O'Steen, Janet such demonstrations I
projects In Gainesville, adjacentto Seechman, Betty Deere, Becky I Judge Rules I
Tillis I schools. Martin, Cindy Ely Gerald I In eEly Dr. King who recently won Hank ChosenCliairniai: I To Duvnl Center

I The county responded to a, Donna Wood. Debbie Wood I Il the Nobel Peace Prize for his Against !
Voted Onto query by the City of Gainesville !l Melodic Starr Jill Lane, Linda'work In the civil rights effort OfIoyt4' A grant totaling to 19500 to I| District governor Charles H. :

asking If the county would:l McDonall, Cherry Lane. Susan!said In. telephone Interview I Flood Area Chili I continue the fight against blindness .Thompmn prexrnled a cheek
List the cost of Harvey, Gay Combs K a thy! from his office In Atlanta: '
Priority be willing to pay I II was awarded to the Duval of "5.000 to Dr. Charles T "' 000
'Spence Mary Beth Myrick, I '
materials! I Manlee Medler, Jessica Brew : "Now that the election over.I TALLAHASSEE (AP) -The I 1),'. C W. Banks das been Medical Center of Jacksonville :Crory, chairman of Duval Ophjthalmologists ..
I Is to material
The.Alachua Tillis County Road Commls.sion southeast -- County! for policy schools In municipalities pay Her, Kathleen Brew tH, Ruth .e will naturally move bark in-State. Supreme Court Invalidated plerled chairman of the newly. Wednenday night when the Second I on behalf of the

idded Gainesville to Its list while the city agencies Ann Lewis, Lenn Smith and to some of the area where we a lOSS Florida law Wednesday established Southeast Branch District 35 L cabinet meet [Lions Clubs The remaining ||..
of the sidewalks. Sharon Sn tll.Story have been working to b! surf when i flood control district Bovs' Club committee tag d the Don Club met at Zen according to
and Thompson will
for building up construct\ : ,
of projects that the civil right bill has tried to exercise control overland a I The branch Boys' Club 1 II to the Htluiay Inn Restaurant
paving during Its meeting Tuev"rilli Gainesville has outlined a program Time been Implemented la all of Its area. ,bt built on property In the Lincoln ---.. be tent to the medical center at
$ sidewalk project.
for I II a later dale
dimension Justice Estate area recently: donated
Millard In
about*one road mile I II long a dirt. leading road ICounty totaling will 64 buy miles.materials Alachua for At Library decision against the Caldwell.Central and a by Phil Emmer, GalnetriHe TV 'Circus'Begins Dr McCrory told (the ISS Lions
I builder,
the- Hawthorn:7165 feet at a rule of-thumb Komnry Urges South Florida Flood Control District present the money would go
south from I The I It be cleared
I to
afternoon property
The Friday Story toward
one-half mile east of the cost of $1 per footCommissioners said the Jaw was I duplicate TonightCircus1 expanding facilities
Road limits.It voted to rt--Time for children aged! 3 to 7 of a previously passed law. 'and a temporary building conitructed ; I lot the eye center.
CamesviJe CM* win be held at the Gainesville I COP Meet by Jan I, 114$, said .
south from the Florida -i The state constitution says no II half hour program
lead "I have always been
from J U to 4 committee spokesman cog
Fryers firm .Miami Hans The storytellers will beMis 'I LANSING Mink Normal procedure is for the pm.* Charlotte Ldditrom and Michigan Coy, George Romney same subject Rev. T A. Wright vice chair spectacle of the people of Lines have been doing all over
engineer to lay a lime- suggested by telegram today The control district tried to L. leader the American circus and their''the nation in helping to combat
county PesticidesMIAMI Miss. Harleen Marks. I ,nan, and !Rev W ,i
atoM base which serves as an 11 The Saturday morning Story'that the Republican governors halt dragline operations and prevent treasurer, A secretary win be'craft premiere tonight at I 30 bUndnrs
an.weather adurface. Who meet In early December to determine I construction of dike and elected the next committeemeting over HLFTTV: Channel. !I
Hour for children\ aged I to U at "
<( at center
been built up canal of the Okeelanta Sugar ; are very
the base has : how to help broaden scheduled for Nov 19 The series the
a tow Wednesday(win be held from 16:39 to 11:30a : examine* for
.noogj,, a contract ta \let for an ptmd the sale or we of 14' m Storytellers for this pro and unify the party Refinery Inc on land along Uw I Member d !the committee! American circus to Ita original ,and grateful this generou gift
the road banning you ran rest assured It win
asphalt topping on by the generalpublic IlI'am win be MM Stisaa Edkin- In a wire to Cow Robert E St. John River, IUM Include: Euen Wheaton,! and most enduring image: the I toward much
/ deadly pestKide buying atednj
Rght of way atre.4Jla.RoAd. I son and Miss Mjfge Wytnan. SmylM of Idaho, chairrraa of\ Littler a mi law, the districtwas r. D. Column. Dr. Harry WIt May, steamy, tented, traveling 'equipment go for the center "
ton -secured: 011 TUB* Although the law *ppl" only Children who com In to listen -the Republican Governors Association. given rontrol of the land. *arffl, Richard Robinson. Thomas drett II focuses on the people mented Dr, McCrory, com-
Sidney Martin who protfw,, busmrsse and resldenta ol, M stories are reminded that Romaey said men a'nseetistg When that law expired a DRone Coward. Dr. E. A. Cmby.Amoa .'ol the Big" Top, both pail and]j
that/ Toll Road be added ta Miami to anyone who purchase i rf they haveal already done so, "would be an extremely was added to IK*. The district Demos, Jess Hoard' present who are the real reason The meeting was co-sponsored]
the priority list said many pee-. ipestidde* outside the city BmiuI I they may vote for their favor- useful thing In determining never renewed its claim Russell Henry, O W. Scaly Clack for the circus being the r Wednesday night by the Univer.
soa.s Ivt 011 the road and thaiIt fawort '.1 I for we to 0* city can be. rt. hook at the! Public Library'I how as eat contribute u a and the IK law was declared Roes and r C. Wlngsw great American tradition that,'sHy City Lions Club and UM
qualifies to every way |prosecuted. own "'woUIII boouX" I Woo, ," Invalid. 5r. lit to Gainesville Ltona Club.




IS Gainesville Sun Thursday, November 5, 1964

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DEAR ABBY: We were high school sweethearts but he when you are looking directly at HIM, something must be + YOLISIR.ITHAS I WORTH TO THE$!00,000CJOt1LDN'T
went away to college and then married an outof-town girl wrong. How can I get the truth? NEEDS TO KNOW THIS A FROM CERTAIN SENTIMENTAL ITGO FOR CHIEF? --
In the meantime, I married someone else, too. After many DEAR NEEDS Ask a few people on when yon caa relyto IF THAT GOLD SPIKE IS LUCK N VALUE FOR Tf LET LESS THAN --r
dull years, I tiled for divorce. I had no children, thank ten you the truth. Then go to another doctor and ask kin. PEVOVED FROM HEART $100,000 !!
heavens. Fate brought him back to visit his parents this Even though the eye Is city slightly off, If It bothers you z HULL FOSDCK DROP DEAD.'
summer, and It was just like old times. He Is more handsome excessively, perhaps surgery should be performed for yew 1'r
than ever. He had his two teen-aged sons with him peace of mind, which Is every bit as Important as for cosmetic ma. Y M..
and I loved them Immediately. There was nothing out of reasons. 1'
the way just good, clean fun. Besides, we were with our .
parents most of the time. He told me he wasn't happy with DEAR ABBY: What do you think of a man who will eat
his wife, but will not divorce her because of the boys. the outside of a cake and the Inside of a pie, and leave 9 i / vtAUNT
When they went home, the boys started to correspond with the less desirable parts for his family? .
me, but their mother put a stop to It. How narrowmlnded JUST WONDERING
can you get? Don't yo uthink children have a right to choose DEAR JUST I think he Is a gluttonous galoot. And II fee's
their own friends? How can I set her straight? yours, yon. have my sympathy.
SWEETHEART You can't "set her straight" m DEAR ABBY: I am 29, single and (I'm told) attractive.I BALLS 0'FIRE! THAT WEAN OL' AM TICKLED
don't try. She considers you a threat, with good reason. This have a little problem with my milkman He has often w YONDER ELVINEV ) BARLOW DOS BIT TO NEAR
Is not simply I matter et children "choosing their ewe left me more milk than I have asked for and he doesn't OUT AT TH'FENCEWAITIN' -' OUR SCHOOL WARM / f THAT'III
friends." II yea "lave" the boys, and It was actually all charge me for it The other day he knocked on my door. FER SOME60SSIPArVlAINt ON TH'ANKIE TODAY (
"last good, clean fan," writ finis to the chapter and close When I answered it he asked me If I was alone. I asked '
the book. him why,he wanted to know and he aaid he gets lonesome rIJ GOT A BLESSET

e e when he delivers In this area because it is a rural route, ........... 1a''l THINS TO TEH
and he wanted to know If he could eat his lunch with me ".. HER
DEAR ABBY: I have a weak muscle (or nerve) In one
on my porch I have seen him eating his lunch In his truck W
eye and it makes me look crosseyed. A local eye doctor saidIt while I eat mine in the kitchen. He can see me through the
was too slight to correct surgically for cosmetic reasons, window. Would It be wrong for me to Invite him to eat his I ,k? I It 1YES.
but it la driving me out of my mind, Abby. I can't look at lunch with me. He seems such a nice man.DOUBTFUL.
anybody any more. When I ask my family how bad they IN PETALUMA' j
think It Is, they say they don't even notice It. But I know DEAR DOUBTFUL So far, all you know about him Is
they just don't want to tell me the truth because they Ire that he la generous, lonesome and Interested In you. It he -

afraid of hurting my feelings. Maybe THEY can't notice it, married? If so, don't let him get any chummier. If not. yea ORDanst Pt ND IN THE ARCTIC.AT SE!? Tti+ls
but when a small child asks you WHO you are looking at couldn't order a better set.up.T.Y.I rr THE ARANAS WNAT'1{ DISGUISED!) cowuNlPTinentPHDNV

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Thursday Evening Guest are all authorities Weep for Her." Jeweler I 00 O Divorce Court z 0000AAORNINB *R/ENINO B5ANTtLL GENEROUS...BUT ME CRITICAL3TA.GE OF MIS LIFE HE WANTS B .
gal 0 Wells Farge In their field. Sam Morris, grief stricken I O Bachelor Father 7UNE/MVEA CUNY/IMAGINE.. STRIKES*VE A3 HAVING TO GIVE UP DRINKING..BUT NCT M .
Romper Ai LAST
gag B Creates Headlines Samantha and her aunt teen-age robber, offers ( Noel, / ARINOAND5ESIFHJ!
0:310 NewscepeB Clara are outraged as a money to the family. But I I:30 O Jack Benny t ,to, CAN OFFICE ROP&Y11iE SOMET1M4TOOM
World CIvlllutloBI.U candy company's Hallo- the dead boy's sister has I ID Jack La Lanne ( r wr \

: 09 News, Weather, ween ads picture witches no intention of lettingSam 10:00: Q Make Room for I N j. I :
Sports as ugly and since the soothe his I con Daddy ,
I.W: O News, Sports, candy king Is a client of science.t 1.
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Weather Darrlns, they decide to D Defenders I .
B Sunshine Almanac work on him to changethe '"Turning Point." K e n'a I ID Cameras Please :.,
1:1111 News Highlights image. Guest cast Includes certain that Joey Amerl- 10:30: 0 ID (Color) :w.
I.M B 4B News Shelley Berman cus'a execution for murder I What's This Song? ':
B News and Marlon Lome. was a miscarriage of I O I Love Lacy Y
a Junior College 130: O 09 Dr. Klldare justice, so he begins his O 09 News
Spanish "A Candle In the Win- own Investigation. But
no 11:00: O (0 Concentration COALING TO HAVE ii JNG'AE GOulSf
7.M B Rifleman dow." KUdare Is concerned one in Joey's neighborhood O Andy Griffith MERB coMa TNa LcTTLI ANIMALS
B Movie : about nurse Lily is willing to cooperate pup, ouuNiNGTO Love you
1.30 O 03 (Color) JeopardyO LIKl THIS
(Color) "Hercules Un Prentice's emotional slate' ooLs'r MaLey
McCoys tae'/ LOOK
chained." (Itallsn- after the death of her doctor 11:00 0 O News, Weather, 12:00: O Love .f Life A SONAnz // L
French 1959)) H. t cule.enla.a husband ahe I 1'i
; seemsto Sports O 09 (Color) Say When i
In the War of the be completely In d If. I ID (Color) News, 12:25: Q News 0oN
Chariots, the Combat of ferenL I Weather Sports
the Kings and the Contestof O Circus 1.2S O Movie 12:30 O Search for Tomorrow 0q

the GlsntJ, and is I:M O Password "G a slight" ((1944) A a 09 (Color) Truthor
robbed of his strength by Guests are Carol Clian- I young woman i is slowly Consequences
the Majic Waters of Le ning and Peter Lawlord. being driven Insane by 12.4S Q Guiding Light I .
the. Steve Reeves Sylva O Drama Festival her husband. From the 2.SS Q D News
Kosclna, Prints Camera, "Hamlet." Shakespeare'sclassic play of the same name 1:00 a Middayo .rY '
(Two hours) tragedy, as pro- by Patrick Hamilton, News
O What's New- ducts by Britain' Associated shown on Broadway as ID (Color) T. V. Binge ,JIM! 1 DCSPISCMAELF f MME, UlhTY! aC rl ioN
Children Re-diffusion. Bar. "Angel Street." Charles 1:15 O Focus 1 .FOR WHAT I HONEY!..ISAIO WITH MEl! FOR THE NEXT FEW ,
Motor ciulser trip down ry Foster, Sydney! Tafler, Boyer Ingrid Bergman, 1:30 O As the World Turns 1....... WHO THAT KOOMt WM MOUND tOCIt WOftl-THC CORNER, AND DID! UKE THEY MONTNS! EECAWt OF jOMETWWi
East Out waterways to Patricia Jessel. (Two Joseph Cotton, Angela O Science JIM'- Ht HAD ItfT HI* NOTESOOK SAY "DON'TI t I CANT TOLL '0tu ABOUT, DMUN6
Miami. hiurs) Lansbury. (One hour, 55 (D Let's Make A Deal IN lUNNlM CAR- WHEN Wt 'fib a SWEAT THE TM 001016 lb BE HARD TO LIVE
ID Vtyaee Documenlaiy ':311 O ID Hazel min.) l.SS (D News BROUGHT VOU AIL HOMC 4MALL STUFF") WITH SOMETIMES! 'Ii.

(Color) "High Finance 11.30:: 0 D (Color) Johnny -2.00 0 OD Loretta Young o
"Turn Back the Clock" Hits a New Low." Hazel Canon a Password

Neljon l Investigates I persuades George to help FRIDAY 2:30 O Home Party S 1 it
scientlv.'s story a b rot the Johnaons, an elderly!] Slumming and Afternoon o D Doctors !>t L
spending year In a tropics couple whose wealth has (:NO Sunshine AlmanaC I 1.00 a pntfialorlc world abruptly diminished.O 1:15: O Scope O To Tell The Truth Ill i.M i.
located In Antarctica. Baileys of Balboa- O Humanities C-51 2.30 0 Color) Yen Don't :'IiI'
7:3111 Daniel Boone Comedy I:21 ID Living Words I Say '!<

Daniel, Yadkln and Mlngo Mutiny." Wyntoon'a research I:30 O World ClvllliatlonID I O Edge ef Night viwls
pursue Lac Duquesne, a discloses that the Gospel Musk ID Popeye'a Pals .
river pirate who's stolen Balboa Indians still have I::41 O Pastor's Study t:.. a Match Game -
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a shipment of rifles from title to Sam's land and 09 (Color) HI, Neighbor O Secret Storm MY TASTE I HAVl NSVI r Motel P.INCsseT OVaR 1 PLAN NAVa!,,A, E PIPaueae COL.CANYOMMY Ace p Oe ooAXE..ose.AM-I IA
some Boonesvllle settlers Wyntoon's got a Balboa I SO O Farm and Home ID Peter Potamus 'n4o TGNOINO SlfN T9 TOO Now To rowrsa MY FAnlaatMY PeuTTYeoooiwa earTut'faYTpN
O Open Mind- Indlaa 7:00 O I ID Today 4:2S a News O 'ARMY'PRINCnce a501N TNAJAe. m 01000 CROPot THINK CITYOf A1AHW Of TMS Ps0PL.a.IMPLJ WHOM PALAna sours cyOW TNEta K A WARN TM 5H Wine!)
DiscussionDebut 10:00 O m Suiptnie Theatre O Local News, Weather t:341: O Leave It to Beaver MAAC11 ON Mat 0, ii i. Marry OIaL. Az Iwo coons me WILLWALLOW THINS WHOLal w GoWMN ON MANNAY Mu1OLHINO,PUT eosa IF 0UuN Ma P 'c
( ) Eric F. Goldmanmoderatea I (Color) Milton B e r I e 7.0S O Ranger Hal 8 Belt of Grouch 1 FATIIf cAATAI.... S CejAT GITylC 1 Wa AR1M'r Wo1.S.NO MY n 1
these discussions makes a rare TV appearance '7.50 O Local News, D Movie ? L coMa AT TyG TONAL arr.'s!
) of current affairs, In "That He Should I:00 O Captain Kangaroo "Ten Wanted Men" a PALACI... 10GANVOI/

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I With Your Men in ServiceJohn W N rx = 4 y4 rSOMgTw

L. Willis aviation ord- lives near Reddick. training in the technical aspects Before entering the Navy last --r--
nanceman second class USM, I of photography, Including operitlon January, Giffin attended the IR
son of Mrs. Irene Gardiner of Howard R. Butler, fireman, and maintenance of var University of Florida. .. .
320 North Waldo Rd., and Daa- USN, son of Mrs. Maude E. Butter ious types of photographic I
kt B. Minced, fireman apprentic. of 117 SE Fourth St.; Steplica equipment. Army PFC Frederick\ E' >t j a RE x RIALLY call, I t AS T lOU s4 EC 2 TWhIC lawltP'K
., USN son of Mr. and Mrs A. Valeatlne, airman l ; fliers 11, son of Mrs. G w e nDortcti wolzeyA509' viNY FATI atYTavaw ALL too 011 TIoIM THeY FaiLTot SAM. is tltllc
Richard D. Mlnerd of Route 4, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. lester I Airman rir" Class Harvey L of Chiefland and other ? IT1 wens Ace orIgoys WAr,Too
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are participating In a training, Valentine of 12M NW 30th Heard, son of Mr. and Mrs members of the 11th Air Assault T.ICS1Suvs :
.. operation called "Exercise Ave, and William F. Phillips, Melvin J. Heard of Atlanta, has Division are particpatlng: < y'J
Union Square" off the coast of fire control technician third I graduated from the U. S. Air ;In Exercise Air Assault II, Th iQI
California while serving aboard class VSN. on of Mr. and Mrs. I Force Noncommissioned Officer month long field training maneuver
the attack aircraft carrier USS William Thomas Phillips of 230 Preparatory School at Ernest is being conducted In I sL
Coral Sea. SE SI St., participated recently Harmon AFB, Canada. the trt state area of Georgia, at
The exercise Is designed to in a NATO naval training operation Airman Heard Is an administrative ,North and South Carolina, from I .
Increase the combat readinessof called "Exercise Team specialist with a State- Oct. 14 to Nov. a ieeo -

Pacific Fleet units In strike, Work" In the North Attest I c lie Air Command (SAC) unit at i The purpose of the field problem t>- ww
and! aircraft and and- submarine while serving aboard the antisubmarine Goose AB, Canada. Is to determine whether)

warfare. warfare aircraft His wife, Ann, Is the daughter 'new technology can be employed .: = -
carrier USS Wasp. of Mrs. Alice Ruth Huddle-! to Improve battlefield mobility --
Army Pot Svlvetttr boast Their unit, along with other ston of 1113 NW Fifth Ave, of U, S. ground forces. p.__
21, too of Mrs. Etta Moore, of naval units from Belgium, Denmark here. Hiers, a member of Headquarters eoAE at vtMtAN'!,. NOT YET CAPTAIN! ''uo IE tTeeO Mrn epLn ANwtwILt.. NLwRM rr..Hn
Ocala recently completed an France I 000E U ANY IM10Id .roe a BOY CLAIMS 78 NbT1II'Jt PUENT n0M T
Norway, t h. 04' COULD TUID MM f
and Service W JE1s4_ TC1lp
Battery,, ON W 9O 0550149 !MAT NAoa c' 50Y WW1.IP 7wes IAONT! I
eight week cooking course at Netherlanda and United Kingdom .r Naval Aviation Officer Candidate Sth Battalion of the division' I CU"G CALUN oaf PDE 55Is 1sT ro AN1 IMM6! AaOUNp;wrTta% :M +OM 1+i M0e AaNp TAU)! TO TsHE 4 pI9 *EP kl'a"4"s
Fort Polk, La. are conducting training I Eagtne R Guile, eon of Mth Artillery will undergo awT4IAaN1v'1slveAae to Tf4., sc+IooL>d 4Oirn'q' MTN R Bur COPef R wAS IaN1 IA.10 C
Moore received Instruction In operations in strike anti submarine Mr. and Mrs. Patrick E. Gds training la tactical and h so.,
,: bread cake and pastry baking and anti-air warfare I fin of 2033 NE 12th SL, recently problems during the field support exer 7IH4 tAer NAM4r
meat cutting and Army mess reported to the Naval Air I cise. ICr. -
haH operation.He George W. Holmes, photo.gropher's Technical Training Center aGlynce.
Regularly stationed at Yen I
entered the Amy In June mate airman appren Ga. for the Airborne
of this year and received basic lice L'SN: son of Mr. and Mrs. Early Warning Electronic Coun- Binning Ca, he entered lh.
training at Fort Jackson, S. C Harry C. Holmes of Route 4, termeasurej course.: Army In November ltd and received

Moor is a 1961 graduate of was graduated recently f r e m The course provides formal Gordon basic Ga training at Fen
Fessenden High School In Mar. Photographer's Male. School at ,
tin, and was employed by Cum- the Naval Air Technical Training training for officer personnel in He U a 1913 graduate of Chief
mer Line Company Kendrlk Unit at the Naval Air Sta- all operational functions associated land High School
before entering the Army. lon In Pensacola.The with Airborne Combs: Information His father, Encetl: Hiers. livei

She father, Howard Moore, 11 week course offers Centers. in Wauchula. .

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Better Than

A Squirrel
HERBERT HOOVER "Th twa hope at progress
H sane UVERMORE, Ky. (AP) A in t/ sp/ritual told, mi these are the helpful
Although John R. Stofer didn't & action In the world and the worthwhile thinis M ; ',, '
the community The Community Cast stands tor
bag any squirrels on his hunt- gilt tpintuil growth, It OCCI/PIH a petition that s a ,
ing trip, he's still the envy of must eontintly/ built strong*If we would buiU '
his friends. the spiritual/ side American Me, '
Stofer was sitting under a
I tree watching I for squirrels
I >> when a large wildcat appeared

: It All" I one 10 feet shot.The away He downed It with

cat weighing 17 pounds -.fie A.,. _.t..ys a.l 4 ,
,and measuring 30 Inches, was CALVIN COOUDGE Among the lint Presidents to FRANKUN D. ROOSEVELT "Car ot the aged
the first killed In Ohio CountyIn endorse the United Way of voluntary support ot k ii itnlce to Oerncilii temilim, hospltellietlon/ ot
I community health, weltare/ and recreation senicts: w' s t "T the netdy tick, home nursing, settlementsn / guld
The years while In ollice He $.tdi 'I'm glad to | ire. The y r <.e ot youth, tire of the children without a
A ....... Community Chest It a tine idea chtnrt-ttHHe end hundreds ot other services are
I ..I. In the htndt el roor local welt fie organIZation
Girls Dormitory" .,.. they mutt not forgotten...*
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' pusions.An age brought bristlinc to life by ..._._.II......
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LYNDON B. JOHNSON "One ot our enduring, ,
THEATRE American trtdi.ions has been the voluntary cootiloution -
'' / o/ lime end mormy to strengthen our r
country many communities/ Nowhere else In (rw v ,
SHOWTIME 7:00 world dn people give so generously Inward this .
end Millions of Amerl-ms perform both t piiblietenke af.'tir.
end an act ot human compassion by their aa
iruKiiiWAItDSPETER "a *" part: potion In and generosity their United Fund
or C mmjnitjf. Chest In doing to, ther sprees a e
ELKE 4. com n ae re to help their communlHARRT assist the fyc
SELLERS SOMMER *i( and o'd, the t :* and distressed,* ?

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TRUMAN Tne Community Chest this h JOHN F. KENNEDT "/ hope that you will loin h.
,, ,,N tdv us a chance to make sure our help will realty count. this greet n.Hanal effort, this greet national era-'
LAMtAai When we girt to the Chest, we can be lure that we r sade through the United Wty.and give/ It will make
ere helping our neighbors end our neighborhood ) your community I happier place will make you
In the right way. And when we do that, we ere +r a heppier petton end In the real tense your community
) a making our country a better place to lire m tor .'. t It slit saint," It will make our country e
O TIlt$0H5 ourselves/ end our crui&en,' t r e finer place In w*>ch to I/ee. United, there It title .
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TfG1fN ij.s DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER "W. cent poislbtykna
about all our neighbors In need. Somebody
mist show i/a Ina way lo h lp them This It the
&cAsK .,j os Hn Knlq _AlF.C purpow cl the Unite Community Campaign, o/ I 1
D1RXBOGARDEAJfraONYtOTLE America/ fight now these Unfed Campaigns ere
filing under way In over two thousand communltin -
I. across the lend they provide us wfittesplendldl '
J opportunity 10 scorns the traditional neighborly :sh0 I j
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4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE II Schools <> InitmctionReal 21 Livoro ft Suppllo 10 PITS ft SUPPLIESFOR

African Aid Topic ......, on o liiitwf Estate Exam 'ULL" PHONE PR, .1fOI sHoe ruoI.H| tram. Iho kocH.
NOWIS All workl100r10lo54 COURSE IPM. Des. Pal md COM Hauot.tavorH .

I Porn. U up Sh.m 151 11 II u. ATTEND Pint. ,louin fr.t. WANT TO KNOW HOW 10 proporlyHnlih top Ii" o.oo..CII'' .
14 .. Unlu Avo an.lI26 Mil NW tth It. Clll 377.*T7T. your hogt for morkolt Than D. L. ._. 4IV443IV Ch"' _.

,, Open piflSPECIAL"! coma and M "pioin" CPA REG. COCKER PUPS
For Church WomenDr ANNOUNCEMENTS 22 Spoclol Sorvlcog you Es. oo twt oo(55( with Clll irlir 4 PM
< NOTICIS Cooporoilvo 10111I1If por cant -10111014
Pork MniiirPMX .
S wiIFnaT6iioroon"D s .or d.h's Gllmtvlllo or AlKhulin CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES
S Cord of Tn.... Incu.... by anyo'w atho 01111 _SERVICE 372.5209 NW Il1h II.I7Io'Dtl .
Byron S. Holllnshead stress African aid, will begin at S loot 4 Pound 01,1015 .".. fhll d./M N... .. OI'.l1ftS Pawn Mill md and whlti ftmala wllh 371 pnars SI IS til
".... JpmM O'Qul". 27 Foid1 ft ,."m.., :--
11 In the churcb'i main 4 Pirionilliod rou"SAH II Hntlmd ponlot.coin / .
dean of the UF'i University. a.m. torvlcog 1I0nid. J_ D'Qulnn US. mono SM. I mMMInt FOR. SAL. II .... old AKC

sanctuary. At noon there will 5 Trovrt Intormillon SUGAR CANE MCI Coma lo cmo COASTAL .rmuoo hIV ovolliblaat of Gull MommKk on RtJJ4 rfl tarnili BEAOLE, Clll 17l-
College, and Mrs. Chris Mathe- be covered dish luncheon In SpKliI NotkM. mill I'* ml Wott ol J VI. Fialdl. our barn tor SJ7.M por ton. phono ._. Pli, _2'''. nil 4iii HW iith ...
a 1 'Iorl," Plan. NW 13rd .d. Phono Wo will alto dollvor. Clll ut for
sen of Gainesville, state president Fellowship HalL I PR. M ,4I dlllvaro MIN Phono" 1570 1) NEW HAMPSHIRE RIO H.H.S BOB WHITE QUAIL
liby lltton. Child CinPiocn Oak. C r o 11 IntorprlMV, I 0 11., 1.00 Each Drattad qulIU, SI.1) oocnLlvo

of United Church Women, An International theme for the 0 Thlnjl To To too 0. And THE laby. Sirtan Child' Corav9oT3L"B"T57no""ciri7i"Tor Hiwthorno.. Flo. P11a10 PS 11707 ,ago prlcod.and according outnlltyM11NI to

will speak on "Laity in Mis- luncheon will be featured and c1Jin* 21 Uyaifock ft Suppliot 10 PITS ft SUPPLIIS Alachua, FlorHo

sion" at the World CommunityDay dren In my homo I'" days) wkPleiw .
foreign dishes will be shared. AUTOMOTIVIAirplino leal trIO to coma by sod TAKE OVER nvmmto on IIM All
Friday at First CHIHUAHUA 12 Mobil H...... For ",.
program ink with mo onytlmo. 101 >. moss doubly aKkir trillormobllociltlo
Internationals are urged to Ftm.lt., I old hid ill ohott.US .
Church. $4 talot-lontols _lOb St.WOULD trallir. Cal' thlvor" PR 1 yr
Methodist Atlir 4 .m.. 174 4011
native foods and to bring Slil
bring 7. Truces tor SaloTrucii U'. the children lo e... NORTHWEST
TIME for n ,..,. ... 10 CALVES Met brid, HIM ,.11. RARE .long h.I,,, 1O"'n'' '1"mo.
The program, which will other students or spouses 7f WontodTraclort cum .' Iwmi .I .. 5110105, 10. 1510. A105 100. TRAILER SALES
Htwthoma -
fool Canton Firm
__ lo coma and talk to mi. 1)7tw Dory ulor sNl01Of 611155.. M.III 004 I7M Wlloo RoM N...
hear the 10 1 Trwdl NmlillTrillir Sod Fli.
program. PIKI.
......IOI.-- 10517. Af Palm, I ono S744.0I
c..1 .117'
ORDINANCI NO ll fAN n RmtiltMitorcycln _
ORDINANCE PROVIDINO NSIONC.0. THE TO Some 12 million women In II A tcootorgAuiomobllo Diy WMk or Month

THI CONSTRUCTION SANITARY SEWERT 'YSTIM OF the nation will observe the 54 RioalroAutomoblin 1841 NW SIN Avo 171 4tt7

annual Community Day
Id 4 TOG
Sport. Cars
CASEMENTS IN THI CITY OP sponsored by the United Church
Women which Is a general de.
I FOR THE LEVY OF VI.II u. Ond 0.0 ter yau,..".
MENTS AGAINST' ARUTTINO PROPER partment of the National Council Di 51 SIN It. P.11II
T" THUny
NOTED' MANNER IN of Churches.The 1 CARS lo? In fonts sod 0111140.11 Mmy

WHICH SUCH SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS II Schools 4 IntlrwtlohIf h.m. 'one.d yord. N' lOCo .
IT ORDAINED IV THII COMMIS."DN World Community Day Mullc. DinclnfX T CALL 172"60

OF THI CITY OF GAINESVILLIiiKtlon offering this year will\ go to the Winttd-lnitTKllM WOULD LIKI to k0.p your 1 tot

1. In addition to tho o.lntlontond AU Africa Conference of IW yr....11.old...child good in can my, Ig.homo site.

ifldlllo-i to ,lie unlliry -., lyt Churches to the salaries of IMPLOYMINT yird ".ym..... PR. 4 Mil e'THIS
torn ot thi Clly ol Gtln. .ivlllo or dI,1td pay

to M dnni 'In Ordlnmci No. 1117 hereto our two staff members one 11 Polo. Htlp WmlodII '
7th ol January 11 FEMALE HILP WANTED
toro idopt-d m tni .V
A. D., 1113 MIt0.. IOnl'." Mwirlyitim working In education and one In M.,. Hilp WontodII

el tho City of Gainaivllii It relations. Help-M.n or ,...... THAT WANTED! OFPICE retool'' on"".'.
hiroby .rdO'''' to bo oxtmoid and Unitto family 14 Solai HUP" Wonted Mull N p5." ,. NPa. tl10 .nd WEEK'S IS ON
comlructod 'In occordonco wllh 0001111010 ,
bo 'rm.
md tpKlllcitlmi' ttiiroforaind Thomas G. Mitchell is M Work Wonted ,.....* In. Sold lull. SPOTLIGHT i
tno plmt Mrs. IfI..IIOII. n ,. O. s s K 1':10:
,or...'" to It thi Wnt Ollnotvlllo' V Work Wonlod Mils O.Io.ov111.. '
Sewer Proltct, now on fin 'In tho Ol- chairman of the Friday meetingand "" "rt HUMPTY DUMPTY

fin ol thi City of tin Minagar public Sod opm tothi Mrs. Esther Hamm, co- DENTAL box ASSISTANT all.A ./0 w.Gilmivllli'n t I, dWrllg SOI NW Htk St. 1 1
A.Impicllon Slid' Him and ..,...,... an to boInciird chairman. Mrs. W. D. Stevens LIVESTOCK BETTER Son, giving, ago. porlonco, f! 1g. Whilo ..yli.... ll 0 feed 'i.... Ig visit thoHumpry

along Iho lollowlng roulni chairman has M Firm. IgulpmontV marital ttaluo sod ph... no. Dumpty particular nofici should k* fikon of
I project ,
A Plod 4 ForUllnr WAITRESS WANTED '. work Ito- .1' f tlio ...el.l. .fI..... .* Thuna'ay ./d Friday nifhtt.Tk .
A.I. in SiuihwMl tnd A....... Irom "lit been responsible for children's night MIN good '.'.ry. APb'y'
InloriKllon wllh Iou'h...., 43rd TorA 21 Llvottock I 4 tuppllol .ndwleh Inn 110 N. lull A... l formor )Ig Slash. Nighf and from 5P.M.

roco run ISO 1010 '",. clothing and school bag kits to If Londtcaplni, Top toll P00110 FR. .0t24. 1 Lt!h may gnjay I..|. D.Im..ics 5'.... with .tOil

.I. In SrVwssl wllh 13rd Soulhwttt Torrid,tnd from dun HiInlirtictlon be sent to Africa. M Pots 4 tuppllMII PART TIME OR FULL TIMI IvB- potato. 101'." ..I..., god Pod rolls for only 97c. From

nui run touth 450 fMtA Llvottock I W101sdFINANCIAL lit, ...... morthiipiul would ... 3 l'4' S** P.M. Friday M .* Old-Foihionid Fish Fry ....

.3. In S. R. No. 14 Orson Its kilirtoc- Mrs. Clifford Boyd is coordinator CAR! Oalnatvlllo' Wrlii Sun to boo 4311 C. ,..,Inl. for 91c. oil Ik. ..... C...., Cop mullif, hulk

lion with' SW 3llh II'.., to Itl (ntorMellon pup/ lii ond cold .f.. ya" ecu III.I .
NW 3fih "OKIA International
with Ulh Raid from Hi of the PULL TIMI. MAID ell," .* .f ,.
4. In Northwoit Wren box .It A Haling nami.igo dfoodsSIs ...II.b.i re0Me
hiirtKllon with I .. No il to Its students committee. 14 utlntit OpportunityS7Momr md ....rem... Gilnnvlllo .....- k ".r, day
Intortrcllon with NW 40th TirrocoA tun_ w.... 10.30 A.M. 12 Midnight.
S. In Northwoil Wlh T..'.... loom to LornSI ..r.
lit InlirtKtlon. with NW :SlID Road, COUNTER GIRL WANTED *
650 ,... Mrtn.Ad. No ....'Ione. nKOitary for N.oP W. SPOTLIGHT
run Strut, from ItlInlarucllon AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THI Molly Wented IN Apoly Park. Lone Cotntirla' Welch .
Northwott Htb
CONSTRUCTION OP $IDIWALKI ON 0510..,111., Shopping Con....

1 lit IniorMCtlon wllh WIMWNW Hit PIOuS OR ALONG. PUBLIC CERTAIN WAYS STRUTS OR 'A51-AVHUES. '. No ph.... COIlS .,.... .

A I I. In NirthwMt 14th AYM54ram HiInlirMCtlm NECESSARY DRAINAGI AND INONfERINO l"i day wirli Mutt bo MIl fa BILLIARDS DINING *
with NW llnd Tirroco WORK IN CONNICTION 41 WmlM) II luy typo and auumo varlod dUll... DINING-DANCING *

to Hi inlanactlon with NW llnd THERIWITH PROVIDING POR. TH' il MKhlnory 4 Tools Apply In p.non. Donny Concrito CUE STICK 81LLIARDS numpty Dumpty COCKTAILS

"loWNorthvntt LEVY Of SPECIAL ASStSSMINT ol 'ull.l... Mitorloll PrMucfl, ']| SW Ird ... Pun. tor not mly young man
Al. Itlh II..... from III AGAINST PROP-IKTY SINRPIT.' NORTH OUT young too.Irlng 1030AM: lo 12PM. UNIVERSITY INN
44 HouoohoM) Goods
IniiriKtion wllh NW 14th Avmut, ouwor; :
null ISO fMt 10 THtKEOYl PP.ESCRHINO T H I HOWARD JOHNSON RIST. dalMOpm Ml NW 13th StSCHOONER Charcoal Hook Room, .........

A.:X run In Narthu/iil llth Tirraco from ItlIntiriKtion MANNER 'IN WHICH II SUCH MAD SPICIAASSRSSMENTS AND 41 Anllquoi. Apply' In porton MM NW Ijm It 10 A M. 111 II '.M. f.dw10h... Solid 11100005 boird, Cocklill Hour I to 7. I
with NW Utn Avonuo, SHALL FOR PURLICATON 44 Mite. Por So* flH N Mold SlrMt M'ch..b' 011 Top drlnkl tor tho prlco at 1. 0.-.
Nnrih log Tndlng
run OP THIS ORDINANCIf H 0 ....',oncltd. Apply. p.rsoo nMr. DININGITALY IM'trolla .
A 4. In Northwnl inn Avomio from litIntirMction ROOM Richird Pirkon orchat.Ira.
with NW I7in ItrMt run INI I w. 13th It FR a-1441.,
lino toot W..,. ON. 70 soils Marino ..../, Unl..rolly Inn IN GAINESVILLE? 11.IIAM.-SAM.:
A J. In 55.150005.2nd A...... from IIIIntirtKtlMl liON a.. TH' CITY 0' OAINISVILLII$0cIRI 71 Camp Hunt PI,* Dim by cmdlillght In thi oWllgntful 1121 W. U"I. Avw NAPPY HOUR I to 1 '.M.

1 with IW :J4ih UrMt run n Oftlco IqulpmontTlMuilcil CENTRAL EXPERIENCED WAITRESS olmoion.ro of ItalylMANAROS I Cocklalli lot tho .,k. of t,
EMI 340 (Ml.OltC 1. Sldiwiiki, in hiriby ordorodlo Minor RMtauront RISTAURANTIpacllllill A PRIZE: STEAK'Our Ul cnolct mtonibliprlcot

bl contlruclid m public' righto ol MirchmdlM Apply In po,.... I 10 I In Lliagni Pits I ': 14 oi. llrloln' tor .ftmSu. D.kn''d ,, In
A.I. lit an illiy woof of NW llth T... way ., ,on property Immidlitily' aolacmt > ond olhir: dillcloul Ilillin Food Or ehoe-i Irom o .. cordlil' atmoiohoro.

,.... Iran III IniorMcllon. with NW th...,. on aatamonlt to bo acoulrid U Mala H.. W...,.. 1120 Hiwthorno Rd HI '.M. DUTCH TREAT i THE ORLEANS4SU
ton Lint run south Ml lie tar ouch purpaio, which tldowauilhall RIAL ESTATE POR SALI 3I14.W ClOMd, Mmdiyt. l
NW 174-fllf
I3th St
4034-0 M ot concralo conltrucllon II.. 1101 W. Unl. AO. _
A I. In Nirtliiotl nth A_.. from InIntortKtlon IS) tool In width In accordance with II Mobllo Homot for till HIGH SCHOOL GRAOUATI to at- AROUND OHS CLOCK 1 GENERAL GAINES I
'' with Norm Mlln, ItrMt plant. md ipKlflcilloni. MIN In thi M Lots for Sill Hit In partt md ....It. dopt.l LARRYOPSN:: COOKING FLAVOR
run Wool to ACLRR Olllcl of Iho Clly Manager md Mal pirimci hiipful but not nsC555003. Chlckon Soa Pood stum STEAK ROOM
A 2. In Norm Mod SlrMl Iron lit Is MS lituoctlon of tho public. Said 14 Wttartront Prooorty FLORIDA'SLARGEST Apply In parton.INSURANCE '123) Wool Unlvirilty Avinui CemI11 I d'nM10 Iran Pllturlng U I. Prtmt md Chotel '
InlariKllon with Nl IJth A'III ." 11 "", /ilka mill hi centtruclod on. Hong II HOUMI tor lollMCottagoi MILTON MOTORS OPEN 14 HOURS A BAY larvlng from 7 AM to f PM1' ....k. ,01410.4b. votrr-tati -

/ InlirMctlon .with Nl isth Avt- or odltcmt the following d-.I.n.," tar *olgDili 70J N. M.ln II HOT ROAST IEIF SANDWICHES' TOWN HOUSI RESTAURANT m our opm hoarth. .' :.i"'t. .1 :
nu. '1011. ,.onu... or athar public" wry 7714 SW 1309 S0. IM4 IW IJih It PP. -
COMPANY hat (Now Orllint itylil II emitALANS
A 3. In an Mtimant ....',.... at com on tho ildi of ouch public way at 31 blots iKhmgadN tor two dibit man No open.Ing ..* "

mow Nl,. it 3SIK thi Avmuo Intirtoctlon, fun ol Watt ACLRRL 1200 diiigniiMil'' Roll I...,. yvwlod parlonca nKiliiry Starting' HOpir MR. S/ANDWIC'arSHOP; ; ROOAEt&STA ND AMUSIMINTS .711

toot to NW 3rd ..,..,. 1 Horthmt Inmth Nrdrpm 3' Our of Towti ,...rty wk..Clll 572.7214,510.0:20.: .-

A .. In Nirtlwitt loth SlrMl, from III Iniirtoction Ighlh Avmui South to Flllth AvpPut 40 lullnni Proportloo WANTED STOCKMAN Alto min 1397: NW llth It '
wllh NW 4vih Avinuo run tor pirt time work. Good 140.101101 C10r
A night
(Wait tldilI BOWLING .
41 ...,d.nll.1 Incomg Gamot to loyt md Olrti
triad LobitorfPioparonir
Snuih IM fMt. Northiitt llghth Avmuo from tlNlh comMny .11I., ptld VKitlon.Apply .
A I. In .. .._.... dotcrlbtd oi, com Sir*.! Hit of lavanth ItrMt Ibath 41 Perms. 4 Acroigo / In pirion 1104 N. Mlln II.. 'OWL I" 51 'M. Sf- Muthreom Frwn FRET too ADMI05100 Ag0 .14 10.M : I IO..n
om. N M. Inlr Otlen. 01 on .1..Ilop W T. Grant, Co. l''N SHELLEY'S .
lldoi) SUM PALM
41 Clloroo;
Proporly > 11111 Wool Un.I", 4,0. .
lyng' nil of NW 7th SlrMt and I f
J. NorthwMl Tmth trod from layonth LOCAL FIRM neMl man who lolnl.r.ld 001103 nlo111' 10. 9000 e1 Ava
111 w Untv
NW 4iit Avmut thmco run 401 toot Avmua South to Filth Avmua. in reloll ..1... Man "toymmt M- to I A.M. NW lit AVI oritog COCKTAIL .* : 1IoM
MNh.Ai. Wail IIM.I. I RENTALS must ba at lout o high Khooloxporlonco Ir"A:: Mrvlci. :most Mr till, I... orllvary .
t In Northwatl IIrd Avmui from Ito LOUNGIS *
lOIN ItrMtlilt .d10ry
4. Hlwlhorna Road from l..dU. .nd mu.' hOV. 500000 toot Wildo .;....51 ---
IniiriKtion wllh NW Ulh Tirrlci to Itlh ItrMl (both lldml.I 4>t Col.,.. Praporty ."'.11 In ratal! Mlllngj. An ;
run IM tool Int. Inf l/nlvefilty/ Avmuo. from 111ItrMt MARKETPLACE ..,. .' opportunity' for tho mm AOVERTISI IN THI +II .'. 1.500'o
A 7.1 in MMmant dMCrlbto1 ll, commmci to Ittn ItrMl both tidii: 44 CoI'.... for Rml who -luolltlM with good tilirynd ADVERTISE IN THE THt cr/RESO LoumGl
ot Ills "Intiroictlon of NW 4. NorttlWMt Nth Avmuo from 131StrMt Commlnlon, WIIs boA DINE t DANCI Italic Atmoipharo: Son Mullc
WIN A..nll' Old NW 121h lIr500. Waif to Und Slrool (South 41 Purnlthid' Apt* 650 .-. Gilnnvllli Sun. PI.... SERVICE DIRECTORY iMutltully Dltforonf Toni _
run watt Ht fMt 01d.1.,. glvo oil '.'.11. ol ouperltnca' DrlnM Al Vol. LOu '
Al1Ill 7. North..! llth Itrart from llthPIICI 44 Unfurnlihod Apts. Your proton employer will. not DI0lCTORY 4001 NW llth SI PP. Hnt. : .::: i
NirthWMl till Torraco from ItlInlinictlon North to 13rd loulrv.rd (both be -- -- .
47 H...... tor l5.Puro coniKted without your par* ;
wllh NW Mill flocoi /UtI .
lldailI '. ml..I.
nn'h ISO 100'. NerlhwwINN Avmui from Sixth 41 HOUMI tor Mont 0 Unfurn TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE
Alln Norttnvotl Itlh llroal Iron IIIIntoriactlon WANTED SALESMAN with. .ul. .
Watt 13th Itroal (South
llrMt to
with NW lit Avonuo to ....I. 4> Rooms tor Ron mobllt/ good Mlary' plus com OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE_ S" :
III IntirMCtlon with NW lilt P1000 mlinont' good opportunity odvmcmml .
Witt from
II f. watt Unlvonlty' Avmua
I A 3'1 la Ntrthwnl IIW" from I IIIIntorwctlon ITtn Tirroco to :nth Slrool (North 10 1001110 H..H WOItI P. 0 lo 13471 CALL 3781411.
I lilt StrMt toItl "'. sMI5.. RmltliHAWtnltd O.rmvllu. pig tor Interview
IniirtKtion with NW llth SlrMtI 10. Norlhiiil ttrd loulovard I..f from SALESMAN
T0,1110115' .. coil ol Ihlt prolact North Mlln StrMt to N.'h..., 1111SlrMt .. T. Ron for N,0ro01 1011. -------- ---

I. S40JO,00000 Including thi cut ofordinmci (South .".1. All 25-31. mu.' bO Sendablw
pniKt ciiiad tor In sold .... 1111from II ...rd... WmtM _
II, Nlrttwait 13rd ,oul. JIJ.4711 from .5 w .....

O.dlnone. N6 1127.C. flh/ llrMl to Ulh ItrMl North 13 Olflco Ootk ',K. PARTS MAN Apply In awn h_
Thi amtunt ol tho Ipaclal auMi.abutting
In.Ms Par 100111W' to bO bold, on Noahw5./51101.IL 3.004 SLON NorIh hem M 'u.I"... ....'.11 FOR Iho writing Pirmmml ,..111... for
tl5h0000. Fiorina
Motor 4Equlpmmt
.prowrty tronllng Ihoroon llS3 I"h 1.101 to lId 5011000,4, (W010 Co P. 0. lo PF.
00. ...d.).
Soctlon I. Thl tolil, coil ol conitruclIng IJ. Norlhw.it llghth Avmua I lit from SERVICE IETAIL SALES bHIPPINO'
and ..,..d'n.' told tlnlliry Mwirtyilom :Mlh Itmt to 3tth llrMt (North tidal AND nOCK CONTROL This Week's jt
thill bo paid by Wo City otGllnnvllli .. Tho tola! coil of tuch conttructlanII tl Ipoclol, torvlcal, ApI'l 111' W. Un'.. A... ri
loom tho fundl provided Too ittlmtt-d to bo snoooM. NATIONAL SALES i
In Ordlnmco No. '0". md luch itharfundt C. Tho amount of o*....mmf to blliviid 42500,10 Impowon1010. fob's, now 019101 orgmllltlon In 0..1111.M. oo.eiMrltnce .

,..and miy Moo ba moniit.ivillibli. ,loviid leo pod IhlipurpoM col on propirly ibutllng Moll tldowiiki 14 lodl 4 TV torvkgU .. 21 10 15 wild 00 wll"'u' 54110 I
or .butting tho publliwhich w'Y' SOa
,..,.. puriumt to thM tpKlal, ....... luch tld-w.lkt ... unitructod ll Appllonco 4 PomItwoWANTAD NEW thomMlvet but wllh' 1. dMlro Clll Per torImproving ii t .riHfSt

mmn mill ba '....11.. to tha iccountimd One Dollir (II 001' par llniir toot.SKllon ....n., monger, 371-7111. 110 AMT I
Ixpmdld far thi purpoiot It rlOn 1. Th. tolll colt of conilructing "10 00 AM rld-y md Saturday.
:rod near Ordlnmco No. 'loll. ThaIPKlll 051454110551.0, Rd for all 40110' ...
llilllmmtt ....,n ....Id... .... .. paid' by Iha Illy ol Oolnaivlllo Dram II-H.I Mali 3-55.0(5(
th.ll bo livltd and collKlod on landttpKllkilly and mglnMrlng' Incldmlil, "'..... mall Sr
btnillltid thiriby to-wit All :.... slitrwalk' Conttrucllon" RevolvingPund. RATES
loll md 'Imdl idlolnlng md cmllguoutto which Fund II a portion" ol M.
or bounding or abutting on tuchItrrati ,Bond Contlructlen Fund ncilvid by th.
PH. 3731411 Wi hnvi opmlngi for Trenton
illyi. or inimmll whirilnjl I City Iran "'. Cmiril Obligntlm lond AND WlltillO" H0Wt9erM ..... 001k'
"d tmlliry nwir ..,...Ion. iritirucini 000' ,Issue rorM y..r |M4. Thi to.iitiitmant '.1 or '.m.'.. Good earning If you
and which' ara ml praimtivMrvM Too
I htriln provided' ihiillivlid N fOIClcmifi.d boos
trantportitlon and Hiiro to
or Sub150$0 bo ....Id by onOHlitlng I' md coilKlid, M Irndt tpKiflcibmilltM run own butlneti, with
..nll.., trwor III. own* and I ", ..lby. fa-witt all Mi ondimdt Illtil your Invntmml call very M,.
...-.... by"'. City of OalnnvlUl' ad I' Nbinn014" cmllnguaul to orMundlna OnlyDEADLINES Ciputo Clrculitlon pirni D..... 0.'_
and cmtlguoui to OUCh ton and ouch llrMtltvmuai. .
turning I or .Dulling on vine lun 1711411 ait I If. I toTMpm
ImdtSoctlon. I public wiyt ir ommmtt on .
I. It ll ....by dulirmlnid thai! hlch laid .Id"' '''. aro cmltructid orinlch
los ipiclll Ofiiolimmlt ot S3M Mr front, I lit .dl.c,,' to Mid alMwalktSKllon PERMANENT POSITION r t
fool .,. mim 'In proporiion. to tut pact t It It horoby ditormlnid tool, USED FOR INVENTORY CLIIII
lar bm.tlt to ho dirlvid fromcontlructlnn III. I Ihi' tpclll MMitmmlt of Ono Dollar' 501003, 5101r1I10Mr5lS wil" 551111$.
It llld tmltiry MWIItntlmt S. I III 00) par llrwir loot fronting Mich .1...- Tus6 MNPrl. pa00n Ahoy' G... 6371. I S 0.1_ APPLIANCES '
by iKh lot or aircif. of landtublKt lim ora rnodo In proportion to thiMcullar 'I" 1 n. Day ps51L 011,1' Sun,
to aniummt md thi tnmidnrt banallt M bo derived trim thi 0.1111'
not ..t.... thi imount of RUIN bm. :....'ruellon ol sold tldowoim' by OKh 14-Stilt H.I, W.",...
Sot md It ll turthor dKlind Mal iMparila ,lot or ..re,' ol land tublKl to atwitmant Per .. .. Pa 1ft .... P5010-.
aiuiimmt Ihill .bo maifo md tha tamo .... not .0- U.OI 40. $,. ACTIVE IEA1.ETATI .OLES
..20105DN lot ir ....., at bold end tho amount of ouch bmollt. and MAN wanted by ........1.. .f,
iubKt| to .,...m..' it pravldM In ,t U turlh-r dKlirld' that a mini for odi to go In Man. papor CARS 111. C" I" 171 .r 1710042
tnit irdlnmca. II U borooy dKlarad and imitrnml Ihlll .bo modi ogilnit' OKhal I ..m. 101.Mlnlmum.
mil-mini thlt III loll and landt odlotnlng or Mrt.l of 1 land tublacl to atmmimt ( od 4 Knot) J6-Work. Winfio1 Fimtlo
and cmtlguout to or bounding ol arovldrd, In thlt ardlnmcaIt I
or abutting m. any of tno llr-.ll. alliyt. .ll haroby dKlarad and datarmlnid gIn> 1/10.0; W'NTED. gn r.Rop000.1150 ..
00+0n1.n1O or MCtlont thoraof WOO'. t11115111155" Id ,Imdt adlolnlng ondEontlguout C.II PI 1511 .11.,
In told imlliry WOO.. in conitruct.d : to or bounding or .bulll./ mmy FAMILY RATES 4 10 ,m. 004 soN 10' A. I..
.nd which SIR not protmlty tirvod orlublKt ol Hit it-Mil ivmuat publlt wavtir J Atklnn

to ba Mrvtd by m Killingmitiry aaiommtt porltona ln.ro m which 1 IntartlM ... .... lot lino 9
...... oro oqullly and uniform* uld llMvaki ari conllructid or which 17 W., W. Mp1.COLSITD
'_'11... ... M ino' Announcements ",. .
IV bmotltt-d by tha cmitructlon olm Rate ira contiguMii to or abut my of thaIUMWOIII
,tiry MWOTI In proportion to ... ..,..In raquirad to bo conilruclad 'liMrtlanl .. lie II.. SOV.i .
wens work
Iron tnalaqi if luch toll ir Imdt mthit .,. aqulally' and uniformly tniflted II InMrlimo 141 lino alt.r tthool Clll J,.-...,.
oicttcolir tmlliry Mwir lino ., ...- / by fha cmilrucllan" solid MdaHM 1 LOST b FOUND '
lion thiroolSKllon In proportion to ... toouo. of Total. chirgo compulod WHITE' BOY 17 11
4. Thll Mid ............. Moll men .loll or Imda fronting an thatiirllculir multiplying loin iimt rito by LOS r ,'r I II'h. II,., Will do mylhlng.' my boon ....$
hi p.y-OH' 'In ill III o uM Inilillmmilnmdino ildiwuk' or tactlon fluooflection P ..... WbdS eedy. 1 .... sam05K I | p m. wrandayl. Call
I mw
gvir o p>,.... ol f... 151y.aro 4. That Mid .........-.... thillw IV. Mttor wardl ptr linooamod 5 0z00 I
iwnbor In.. ......
I of "
with accruad In'.'''' an ill awtornd I payibia' to tour 141 oouM rnilallnmto eoll 3710041
$00001101001501005011'0 of four iMtmdlnt avir o ,...... ot IhrM II ScKoolg > IntlrvcttoniCIVIL
Par con' II $00 10011 511 .num lrom III 3) yairi with accrmd .Intoraif on oil FOUND ....1. 1451 01 _. 431,0.0
,. doM publicitlon. of 1 Rnolutlonortnptrd .wtorrad bitlallmmti al tile rato ol tour 8 Print 50oro04, Wol. .04 MsIMpn5y. III U, ro0142 II '0 11 In boll los
by tho City Commlillan fining I..r cm! 14 PM cml par annum .., /ami it | II... grdinory' typo Owwr 1011 1110.55. SERVICE

r0m5It11O' Ins101h100ts on.1I m44urO fod IH0. ho data if puMlcillon" of o RnolullonMooted LOT Mm i buck trinwd .05mb.. ..... Far InMrmatlnnomd -
amount of oocll IOKIO, iiatimmlu by mo City Commlnlon fl.,' 4
.._ lot. bitwoon _.. addrau 4 Phor* No.ry .
"litt to'. lima It Mid hi lull within ,hi amouit of Mon WKlal, o..im>if>l. 12 point .,....-. ....... '..In.'n., I 'ron.. Sorvlcl. III W.
tt, ...., thi dill of Mom M full within
ly JOI divl 00,05M taml It pad .
a- IS I 11 bun ....... 01150 "'l 171' 14005 51. Jsohssoo111.'
putItlan.. Thl llrtt niUlirr.--il ...11 .nlrty" Ml gayi allir lha dito of inch LINES .E I.Er a. ..
b#' imi duo md paylhli" within thirty uMlcallon" TM ",,' Inilillmmf, thmMKoma LOST GllnnvlHl/ Hloh School NEON SCHOOL
1 1e"I diyi I'lor SOON publkallan, md dua md piyibio within' thirty CI... if as ring with tniliutPg .t homo, frM bm.ii A", 1 NM
I501Sn/'s,", Imlollmonhloll maturl 11I'1'I 1101[ dayl altar ouch publication. md thiromaming 18 Point III. toif Octowr 13rd at 0,1loP. O lot ,,,'. JSCNIIO
bl piyiDii mnuiliy thirnitir ot Intialimmli ihill mitura mdM Citiimt/ Flaid' Ploaw. gallrilia. 11. 01115 iIi, 10

...'.... Im.rt-t mill bo paviblo "." paytbio mnullly meraaltor. M iMvi lami at 4 linn ordnary typo / ;..!RIWAROI' 3731.MEN w
IV al tha ""'. vnr .Imllllmmti. liltInMrott sMlM _.... anMllv This special 2
....1>1.. Md" ....._... until If ... lima year mtlollmann' aroMVlblli 4 PIRSONALIZIO SIRVICI GET A MAN'S JOS DAYS ttDd ell, ,
mill el and ramom Him on thi I MO ....._... until paidnull OPERATING, .ull........ Or tl.DragJInM r
tPKtlvo loll and .....11 of land .r.I' ba ana remain luno on tile r. 24 Point UAKN TO DRIVi lacfthoM 4 k._...
','Id. tuoirtor in dority to oil ,+_".. toll and parcill ol Imd Ifpubllcillon. 51MPLIF' IE OPAIALLRL loon tap want wo w.ll train $2.00 '
,II... IoopISO.... Irom tho data .__ SYPOII00 In .nlly. n gel IIb00 oomi PAIRING you an our oouipmonf, Flo VA / above kern end! It .ptn = iI
lad. ...b..I1... bron ,.Hu,. of '10501' ....$ 11.06 01511 110 .... II II I linn ordinary typo IAIY WAY DRIVING' SCHOOL .... apprav. wan to r

p.'-oarlv ato Mthl mnual ,.Id Upon falluro at my Lir. .,... II "I" Vl-IIIII ASSOCIATED r
l<" mil' wnm w0. or my : ...fly ownar to pay tho arwvol Initilimmto HEAvr tOUIPWENT' SCHOOltmi -
thiraot. w my am'no. tnoritt ...n'I': Wow ... or my part ,nor.II. L01I WEIGHT ....'v with *. W. KINNIOV ILVOTlfnpa. te commercial! l
tf M. thi 1510'5 ., thi HM\tmmt or any annual ....-..f wnm dua 36 PI. C*-A.Did Tablets Paw ..... .,.." lea' ed
,Ir'. nt tho,..'. n mi mil-iro and ba ho when If tho ._'. w,tb M- Only N COMV Cmo Dr.... IPIIDwlllTlHO "ILL'NO .

U < and Ml. moria>*or drm .bl ',...., th.._. mall miturl md bo pav Clr.l ....... ,,_ :
01 .. tile .... .> ngM pw itila ono ahall. thoroattor draw "IntiraitIt 4 ...
WANT(Dill ........... Cauoo0 e_
I I'I p.' ,annum nil ill paymipto .I..1' lilt rill of agnt par cml ,II Mrcml limi oi f IMM orn.n> typo 55. 5.01610. 1105001'5 5,0140. 1 *trtii.,. only. Etch week
on.lI.. m..M ..rr..'. Any doll_ I par annum until all payment di* iKPimixrio MEN IN AUOIPARTkHNTt 1 0511555' 515 W. 000010. A,0. iV71 I ''I ..rIA.
or oturfd v..I.. ........*inti ifa'I bo mail .bo modi ._,. Any oeuitaumlir '" ..- .. Ie
..'.rcd act ro ng k. 'uw maturta MK>.| ouMtmmto than bomtorrad Tho Oiinoivilio ** will not bomarrocf Cob_ Mwon iwcincianaM .
I.."... 15. Clay (0011m111s10 5W ccardirg to law 0.0500,110' for IMro 11500 sIll Mao TrMMMn fig ei
moll M lhaMI *g Res101 lha U' 400110 L The Cloy C1ll1oI 5401 bujorHon. nor will limtom woooa, 0.. ....._ MINt TRAIN A] MW went .peI.1 1 1I 1p 1r
'KIM Optritont ailar' sis Iou......' lirAvonuo. 10544 In 100 01115.1+0 Re5o NM U111 bo HMI: lOt my orrar M od.vortHomoM 00.0MaPSM1.. 55,00.0 05 ACCIDENTINVESTIGATORS' ,
at nvn mirtv ocbrk PM. ,ll" n Oporirum Cmiar. SSI Stumoatl SthAvMkot to o orootor wtonf NOM.T14 COIIPO.A"O" I
on tho 14ih day of D-xt-notr. A D.1H4. r oovwl filrty aCMcb on tiw than till A4'.od1 40050. P11.
tor tno purp. of h'O- '-. compionto ,Iwo day of ___. A. U. IH4. tor ooslod OP .. One M III MI01f11S0r -..... ..-. ... ; irill b. fftrtg): vetch for : -
andCIKIWI. by pirtia .HvMrnt ,, ".... ol hoartng cimHatnl md .. ._ .., 0000. T 510 55 0000. to 50.,1'b11.
( He .
to thl rr, "\......*. II tnn ffnmca 15.lo1Otlo.. .. by pallia M lnl....l to .... N .045 w 5000.00 EMI 45 5.0manI5N k5. pert ... ,-
Ar own.Amis AND CSJIC ,005010 1 110011 r MN l.45R.5.1rw ALL10'APLAM0T1 10000 M p444054 .01440000500
TlV.J VjST. CI PRISINTI0 IN I AND CIIICTIO'{ MUST5e lie yso NM. AVON CALLING .....,_.. Wrl" .. 1044.. .. I We ; .
ytRiiiNaSM .UINTID IN \ ltlNiSaclloo Id,0r11.0msnf. >.... HIM WKO ran. AOKM.U- 1 di it. lit Asl Stxctcl 1 I

.,M 4 Th"i irdlKwco mill, bo p0/. o. ThIS irdlnanco moll bo pubIlltiod LILY MO OtLIOAriOH ,
In oo W-M far lour WMI Mfho I mil 5 wnM for four WOMI in CHRISTMAS INSUIANCIAOJUSTORS
Ci'n,.",.:i Oo..ly !..-. a hawiaamro ,."eiixnv...110 ..... o M..._ of go*. Oslo 01154 Sun Nwrvoo SCHOOLS. INC
> t".. Ou'Slw' 'ull.t: 101 VII'I n-M lirr.,,III' Ml ouelltMd M tno City 0>| Ifi prtviiogo' of roviWH or robK SHOPPING t Phone 37IH11.I .
< IMn tnl whlc" Dmf. w11 no Mco.m. Ho' *
Cool ..r, tl u rto.Ind G4lt..v 'Do' "rlja.PASSED '
PAl'lu j Inn d>y of N........... thu Ind day of Ndvimtor. OM <. oklKMMbO, 004 tothanoo 00 M I00w.. 101015.0 00110M 11 WotHMMI.1' tt.N IX.*.
AD.. Ie4. A. 0. 1M4HI P>o (MMomcKMl on* A01M RlorOOwNMM 1516, -
I' Hewsod MCr'000yMIYifSnmNUenN HUM of McKlnmy odvwtliomml mm mat arora4to ThoM aarMfig .. toko .aroat IoM
; MsS5nw1N0Nnr ttwtorm M ISIS ", ICy II *>o 10/055 'L.15014050.5
ATTlar ATTEST. MOM. Pop your biloniioa Cviwmn oMoowt, tool C : I
toll fR S-WI.
1.1 A. CI/.5051' a'NoIlI .111 A. CIO net 8'Na.b I' ASS
CI... 01 r. C so0 'IN' C'm ot fa Cm>irmio* 5110011
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Thunder, November S. 196. G ln...illt 3un 21

II HauMi for Salt IS M. Fat Sla I -
I I I I 1} Hawes.r Ul I IS H..es far Salt II Mayiai far Sal
1r/Ue5b.In.emT'T.111TCCww.N !
A"TIIATO..a' 01155 lJWK d,0o. pus TH." Detro.." .. ..... q I1 badroom, l b.in, aroom IranikauM. NEwnlUV I '.. L.. "nMNrn
_( ( I I S'Rlllsoltt.VL.t 053 me :'::'tt. Slat Oct00 lie....* an ,.... ann M. leaiiani .. elsa M. Met ml.n ar. I 5510011.. L.. ..,...... Pkeoleo.
art 3/05 AI.aL1TT15W000.OWNIR naianavti.... 0405005414 baud, it ._. 'lat IM L U II i I II CAT 'T LIt I 372-8404 wovmaII an* =:. PHA wiiiar. atvhbi.. Inc. Pn. cb r WIN" heallcw 11.0.0 473. ..
I =1: TM J donm.oy. VtUH.Tct.
ACROSS > at. I a. term 1111
OALK TOT .. 5A0Y TO lUY is mat 40'
1.Prune -t: NI HOW 1.1 a*. I GAIN
4.:Carp/lt 2LOruge dkii AMC R I H O. .P t It H ,., 05/01.r.1105004.. IlOSIw ldroim4I. lII.t PISINywh55nlab.4{'rtCim! >i Hai?'tnM.JM :: :V.N.eann5 HAPIINess' 'N M. L11.nll'c"5.105 Wy T.._Ml raat.par VI ma.* des pay GLADYS

7. G O. S TOO r II C SOlON. 0010, A5500W 5,111 In ibIS Na 55y awl NW tut 0,. oil wtn AvaI
Unahd29.. Remas Mr nM marlam an* i....... OOWN TTP.. Cta .tarn, kyartwait ALACHUA HOWtS INC. SMITH
toed road 0 It T. V U L.IA n S ol1. lacan* maritapa Mi flMlallWI .meet 555. !r. MON Pnana Jw.o.4Matal 0141 mds saIn1 II U.I....''''. 015.50a :
........ Mncat kackyarc miMl loon !4s. Plrl, Isom Wels5511In
Lve 30. My.df O C It M. TO H I 'T C S : Otanwa nosey aun.tram 372-5393
THINK *at VM wilt Ilk! ttlltmrM Illn Ava. OTIMIIIJ5 I PM. ? PM. k gM. aobsIlSlvaa mOd ubmMn
12. Yellow 31. Chase A I L. RAC I. kadraam Ins auk nauM NW ISM" It I k* knma 'M nine Auoult 11 Jill H W. PLCamaart Unusual 4rrsmoca' lit tembr4 COUNTRY II.'TI wIM Lars.
.. ... _
In lob .. .. /11001515
finny 1M. rlartfuraatatrip 5010 1 ..,
bugle 32.: Female Woo P.rS. IJOI awn sod III caat wilt ail Nor I ,11./ ssmls5l 515005.
"M It I D L. A R C L It L s _.. maMnry camtrvIMn. per mw P01.0 PI 1017 itraam. I Sane can*. 1.0.50 1115151 HI ....,... NI6 4M4 M II *l .Itvlflf. .
13. from .
Away animal Occupancy lilacs THanifrllvlna namai. "YOU LI aIy'I IvatV 117 Whirs." Ile NW I. AMP1101 NMP icnaal.II.Ma .
windward 3S Paddle 0II r.- V AN C H C L ell Mrmi M kilt yan, LOT OWNIti I I IVan TIM.! line ....... iifcrTI anI ,It.-. Mr M* Nmn.Ownar .

U.WickedILBIluful 3. Annoy It It11M 0 A .tl.-. It .PPfLIN9.l NW an avanln mManca Ml In Itl aokurk> I7tMMty Wl can.......,..* t Mat CesIuM uMar ktmt raaf wine MrM _you"II. at OlIN .It _"........ wnaacapa Will llnanca. WMMI aHar,

35.Kant OC lltracthi tMturau Itira.pMraamt. 111, 1 _... CCI Mtma kail mlitM an* athar ipKial Ma.Mraa. .
SOLUTION OF YISTIRDAY'S puma N1T.IaV hole -"''. HwWypat tu bellis. M.ayCeainvcllos.ON taa* llinini' L... CNN. N5540. Only I par cant awe an* WII'MIlIS.LUXu"'OU'
1"Uc hue V4i *, central ....,. sod solo ar Oai Mrca tlr haal kulll. / IMM Mr puny, wlrk UMwartfi winlmvm _II. Carl "... ,,, MMa Wull N
Wrath 36. Coal 49. Dnaa 4. Mature "'.IGI.II. m kitcnan' still Mlurai I kirciiClkln.ll ttirubMry" rrM, ar will at till Narthant Ml Tar Wall ..0011105usnm .
evf AN ACM In 00.4555.Oeleoe plin mara Mahiral. wads aaulty Mr Kama In kmanar ruca
19. Expire 37. leather many > traM.
Compelled S.Crapallk* nuMnry ........ can. Manthly" aaymantt fram 14loVNW fawn acroa*. ar wnat kava yau.Wrltp Douala" t r'taaw
20.Plavorleg 41.nl'r DOWN: fruK veal Mil KM "!II.. HlrM ta*> 1.r 000*. NCP lulldsw lroe. Sao MM M OtlnmvllltIUY LAKE din, : raam,
pilot 4. Drfl' 1. SdenUJt'. 6. HortculturiM ....... Hua anarnar IHr.irr. 1710.1. so ON PAlsy, ..-).
22. Anarch! 45. Bomb work.hop an* Mm Mr funn. a wllva. .. aim ll m 7nama""mwan ;;; OIMCT PIOM lull' DIP.n 134414: MM
ar Mr a itvv. Lars 1011 N W, sass Avpnva.Sarvka
23. Health r. 411.nl.mlnult 2. Anglo-Su. '7. Dinned LL11L Kdor10d part*. ..,...- Ma.P. Park uta 1051 led It MIM _lit..... Pisa afHamai ..wilful. 4 kadrwm, |uk path eon.l.msaane .
aMn.MV prkal. an* lhawnJ. par ma. ar will rant Mr HI par mapM. Tna tampltttlt 1,0.01 0050 .(550105" IhaLAN. I. aur Malls
sort 47. Camerae OD money .. Arab name 500 -.-,. Pheee PO 1-01. Sony wrN' .0ra1Wd 5.5.1,1. Suomlod Iua1 "" .''CIt 11. Wa haw imiM namMLiraa
25. Emanation ee: 3. Dogs &Do 9. Fr. ankle -.. .. .-. N .w. ltt tvtrwa, SeqHe00.1a CI.Y IIIMX, M 00''_'''''. jfI,. 5.0411. awn Nrm.nlw
27. forward 48. Posed 10. Inter W. MCKINNEY 0450 I blSOilS55f.sm Prcl. cw> UM *Mrn.PNA .
eestora Ing nn4IM".nlnA4) =. and
16. AuutaaclIII KIRKPATRICKDIALTOK GREEN rtivMt" car part art |lust Mo,.._ ......
5 2) 4 S e 1 I' f/i.II /i.- iS.loaer M* M Hi* mtnr mMa fwiurftIn L.-I
l .
DEATON UK tKrauwwi Mme I n 11 0' bv.N0.0M/
20.: Uttered F 1 1\ N. M.H> It. PInS PR ....MAMOCIATIIi i iBy ">.. .H i RIAL auv N IKt *!. CeReal. 101110,
U I/J 21. Cu LTOM DUCII Pills' of "".001I. arnica.GLADYS.
I T |M* M''M>Hn lr*.. Burnt)
22.Novda23.Grouada C'". .. w. 55.05. 1101.004.LWl ACCEN ON VALUE NIW I kMiMm Mull. ltd MWIllllxij SMITH
114 1//' 7t OIAI1bd' his 011101 Mars isb.. hniM. "''l will' boil h'tt rMurM tv HIM M
a. IIt.oune r ,...0 in**. M Mi ..* McllKivrt ( Demand) .11.... ONLY MM awn /100 Realtor
'Ir r I' rrd4Tn' M By LlrtlMM' tcHMI. IthM clMlnl CMII.aMMvilM.
;; 0 25. Egypt.L FRED t *. I 04I"". Pie! Manw ''m W u."tty, PNo.e 3101111
dancing girl! Hut WI 0 urleod rUM wnjIIIMt IJOI DOWN" AnrKNos t 554.
,I' u lJ 1 f If CM M *NA IMIWICM Hii''t' ........, ,... Has rahjnialIn 1005 01ms M III' SO' 1551laadx.5M I
2$. 'enla.l' One YMr tl.. Owiwrt hlvun Nartlwiait ftllnMvllla.WITH 550 "NN l''j mils EARLY AMIIICAH
It fury ARNOLD Mwn MM moat MM, YilMul s Inem \ FIREPLACE HOME

W 31. Yours udff < mvntlgill Mtgr ylv ONLY au Pit MONTH Alt 11115 10.0151 ......
lyr \VU3UKnit tvy Clll M Mlir. S All brick frontaR ,
Mans lSc55 5541015100m115
mine .
H Lot \II anew lots" fiN Hems
35. Employer REALTORYOUR McMEEKIN LAKE Real plo,'", walls WIHI' I nMmami I Mini eon.5.N 05555 551100 all.oba .
4 s Ttrraita flee, b1.505 Isedly" Wills 11Nblsel Sal .
n HJ 36. Ennaace3T. If 0W ar* wantlnf a vaar fauna Formica KrMnat 'In Ml. walls I"mMMHMPMI 75m ...'0111. 1......._ ouolN05od
CHOICItajraami. ,.... I cohlnttt
year *** "hP-.role. LMIaiar Hems iituatM an a kMuiiful Sic saM111M1n5Silo. "
Houaa 11_. mi/10 lined II minb. I IeM <- attractlva araaarty canihtlnfaf e Sodded lawna _ltd a>lri MM .M. araitirwiiy aad.mnd .11050, okiN
3c wing : maniir. and tnunaa, tr UMtana ..... PNAI0.Ioa III.IIM. a iMma ana Mrty ....*. wagi4 C Air condition, ng ./"/...)., oc_. A. kuit >II .... es.NImNr01b.,
35. Rasa ) ..... 1'001 .M .... 5013,13 5101 N 1170.1-S .. 5.155511.. waluNl.lOQR
4 .. _
nir1 P0.4.00 Moaemrn
41 100.
37 3. 4. 4J 39. Marsh bill ... knllllnt" knit sod 154100oaI1uO. toll 55odao.. John Merrill
40. Perlod 01 "Web lieu MMntafM axk ttiamarau. NEWtMiraam. .4 aarlMlir" ayiMm lilt $16,350 $18,075
.u 4S 44 time atiMi P4dm551 .!. I < ...... MvWy wan*. ft. ,lay nwM a lacitait tlinim 1 and 4 Bedroom iHUGH 111D1C1.01{ l
neclib10 lit 5101.. at M. cmtral ...... Na city tail >f aaliwnllia I ml.IWM Realtor
.7 I4 41 42. Gudle !...!. 01.305 With' ..C. /IIIKIMrmi. NOo mma. Hwy.JMI Multlpla LlltlntPnana I f)
43.: ACknowl- TMrfy Isis soils In catr.1 Mr rha aiica far raal Inunt aMtaa4l : Z
>f) 5.1414AaN.NN11
"'>* ,....'" aM II cam MrM HaMia Call Mr aaaamtnanl -
_.._... II.J edge fi pattarn far I.1..05 mill., Htti|,
w UNDER $20,000 cash VA "' ....II. Peril 111-7070
24 $100
Par IImI mta $
"lee pod .110151 _'..... send II ...
Laura wiiariar. a.lnMvlni awn, I .114_ t ...... IM I l.a Mot 3.5 ACRES w "W.___ Suca0bensn_ _
N.......'." D..,.. P. 0. a.< III. Mt. FancMl Mca yar*. .. w.. urt MX .Maal. Ilea In ). l tocarianly -
lie....... CaMrM ...., win awn.ki Nj
OK cnattaa ...,_ Now v.m n, 1115. NO S b..ulllul boo P5000
N V Pa1T115 wmmii. ltd imui.ta' attic at trM Hi* arlvanNair HOME HUNTING LOOK !
MUMS.l"AM : .l\o mud PIMO itrcai p.It.... CallIUJ1

Mobil Hamai Fat Sale 12 Mobil H.", .. Far Sal. 12 Makil H_.. Far Site anal Saw. POI tHli Mt taiiam, FOUR.ay Mr BEDROOMS......._ City viiit' LMMti law"ia!mn.-and line Jai an araoarty auiiMa a NeudNseIrksN105115110l.t M m.. $$150() cash f FA N/akalm15 A ECONOMY !MaMr.,*..I.,,::. 5.04'1.,' M 0.54'

.. ". mara .."nl..ni M knit, ....,.. manavari THREE BATHS tara yai> *. CHI ,.. Mil.. N .... 511,0.1150, ......_ nil
I'" 31 a rb sr w uSod .
SPECIAL CONNOLLY PIuS I MIC pittarm am.aralMrv. .. .n,0.lleu 11010 II Wfi If Only" ".IM. MM taw*
anawar Cold. aawa 500,100 telll .1."'... Sand IIcanti IN Nul .Ooms. .. M .Mna I'.,....
tat > lie LoS fo mobile ntma far at. IN "inMrMr M ...,. .. ... troll,, ...' .1 mnm air cm* ASSOCIATES HO.
Mobil Mesa / Int I t J ,. .
'''011. I Miia' I annt> cl.'.. 11500 370.1117.FEDERAL Mr naw Naatwcraft c." .'"..1.... Lan. 0aad 101. Now J fnt Guy jayna lutMrwarlhCM. II 01,415 5 5 M Ider 101.0.
Pr.lrH Par ippelntmant" call b dlooal mobile bones Muoyhoer aiimantirv oc..... CMM ay. l.. J. W Owh. M. J. WIHtnlra H LM.We LUXURY ....."M ./.,.... af Namn nwM I,
,.P. 1.51.arose QUALITY I yaar flnancina VALUIt II COMLITC QUILT ... Manjrat Inc..... ......ll.* ,.. Muitnia, luiii-t. calanm, ...'..... 4 (*. I k>,.> kanal.kitcM .
HOMES INC. Dow eve Md.y. t mile" SWMN ATTIP.NI M *Ml' ,a. MW 0.1111sooN. Pole raam ....... Utiity nam sra .,I1. 5i1NM. 55 1obo11NI 1 51 100117 foam. can/l$7.S Suln.IIt
4m N W. 131k II. oalnaivliiaFR o.fnatviiia an u. .. *n pn.iiosn Per /r5ieOr4 ..,..... ant double c.,..... Nt city ,..". -sACRTFT e- "10 WahmrLM, *. miny ..tr>. Now miina
yp soy MI ua Mr Mpauaiity Sloe. N cells seal .... Mna 111.)" .
III. far M.rw. \
In Moaiia Hamai. Apara Mill Well JaMian. 101.'. \11I'.11II..<1 ba,1e51CMtamNrary ,

kn.t.lr 15 IKIHI la CIWOM tram KING' Par ......1.. aopriii.ii mecsaoe M col 5455554 An* M WtwMA lbS tna put MW
I. 10 It W adlls| af N10n.M. K.5. I IN BETWEEN
_.. MllU" rMiWn.till .
WYATT- MOHII.I HOWItM auylna ar '
Hems vaiuat In aainawlllp-M/ MUh.Ian
12 M.klla H...... Far Sale. saONusoS 11.0/05 Slyly" ,
N W IIHI: ... ar bulinaii airparty, a 'I Cull' ...,.. CuralioS 555. EDWARDS Chin M_. ThrM an* I 55meelle
17HJIImOIILI Arnal, Ural A C.mpl..H Rial .
ham astIII Ml III Na II pa.Hani
h Iurln1 041,1005. Nllkcsp Wind 1 .. .OYAL ,,.urO"1l1 Z u titan ......... 171011' .
ar I Plea Miner. Trailer Sales s 0 :30. All hlunlnum.. .It coldih.10d Gladys Smith, R..lier |i- ..... I Maa.il MlattrtnlFar .

MOMS IPACIAVAILAIll .011I.. C'II law/h0, s I. lilt w. u.o_... Loam,. INC.
II yon In Ilia MoMH Hone Mama atParamakar I dl IIZ/ 'Inlarm.Han ar .".1.'", .", I. sue ,h... Niche

au.in.tt"SERVICE anal sod Mobile AlritraaH" _*. Pr0Ve's Maaiii" ,Mama .fir ARNOLDREALTY IN....NlwssI se,5" w._y. S ..5105. CCI omen_r 1927 NW 39th Dr. Patrick ."* ,..",*. n z...". ar vlirt ..I.. orNca

HAS BJILT T,.... Tr.iirb, 0001110' 50.14"....11.0541MO', II LOTS FOR BALI COMPANY 54,305 M ....... N NMI deos M 316.7911MtCOY'S \ NI 2... II... ... lltH Tarrai*.
OUR BUSINESS"BAIRD 0..11" Plnt 04011111 Mane C..rlPhhone ....,... I5 m54aely. 1ft.'..,
0,0Ir' .,... 1W wa .... Mii, ,iitMi nmi to.. MiHitpia' tliima Mamlartil
.21 Sllwrel'' alod., W. Unly. Avantia VMMMm OCAI A --. 1 u. 155m% 5m1.
: MOBILE PMxa 4KI1H BUTTSMOBILE arkat Iram 11.005.P0R000a ._....., .... Caldwell' SPuMOm ...1...... a n.51 ..
OU'' ".. a tlUXIATII INC. atwaaar aoa K.im, anP .505 a .... w'OII
P.IALTO W. HaiMa Jimmy lessee ....... 'i leumi 45 50 y5m.d
HOMES HOMES. INC. tH W. U.I. 1741134 W."" .,...... 55511, ."W aiiM.n. 3)71555 r C00 AT
ptOcala 12' WIDES NW I Jth St. ., 6th St. IY OWNI. MMltlful waclHI MltM Isms
441 N at City Limit X .... 11.. rlvllMkaMlna Ii MACOMA
one as ate Jet. Ml I 44 and ftmlna. na Ilk. IW49r PIP'ICT IOU LA.0| PAMIIV
2 BR under Sa ui for bast buy In GoI"..
1 vill.. Aik for our Specie! dli-I YOU A ASKED[ MW ai..u lob tM-raam, Highland Court ManorS
count prlcai. Wa cannot an d 'aMulltuI tail In NWlacIMn Iwo u) 5.511 hama in a h .1.I ,
FURNITURE RENTAL PURCHASE Mcllat Mlatant M cityally fwrlfiwMt IKIIMK. MOoa
PLAN will not b. undersold conild- 110105" .'" Need 50n0.5. _'. T..",.. N. W :llr* Ct.rwa .
UPHOLSTERY Low., Ile1'Mlalo' demo ring quality. ..'.'. AIM I.... Ian availaki. THI 'JirriRSON"Ckarmlnalr Gainesville Lorgttt
warkmanaMp372CH2 TOTAL COlT PwmMl 2) Y rt. Service !x1ll,1..... .. an wai...a Raa kill I mimRAILROAD Srsad Sow.b.5. 1Mr5.0. I
11 Mp av.lHv, OF CONTRACT WILL It Lisa OPEN I AM a 'M 5.0111 N -,,. Dawn OSyMoi/ fOR \iTt 16 \ aam'lirkl" _.. ......t. I
mod Nrons mmMM.Mmoeca .,MMa coon. Plrapiac .n..... caiwlal ... ... Selection of Quality
4yr. MnafKlnf? avallaaia ., .. .
CLOSED SUNDAY 105. T. N W. nra Ct.H'I. "'I. Mme It tinat wiin' suit
CAINISVILLIUPHCMSTIItV Call Y. t. Met.. 11.- VMiancM' Mr arMWva aMMm.Wrary .
DAD AND BRAD LARSEN IMdr 5n.ale.ollM. ".,... NMIca IM wan 3 and 4 Bedroom Homii.
LAOS flENIVATP.AIIIP. '0. IALI 11.50.. N I IHlllcrMt TNreb bsdra0. lice palati < ward urea win,
tax w im M. IALI9 tr.llir. cupid, calllni .."'.. 5.005. H. W. :33rd C/ ,liuMry, _IIC_ MO aMtrylMraa
P,55. 1Nim.fa-Iles- .. M.Navel On .'. let I mile" I. .. pfKavilana $3 a awlty an* teas soon Mimanti SIDING LOT $$65 6 Mo.2&3bediaas Seedy M Ifia asciI... Mfranca. > NOTHING DOWN
M.',... at U4 nr ..... >riana VIPMI 4 iMutlful Acrl Ll.. N. W. Mr* T.... ara ItirM aa *
"0 m avanlnai, cod lundaya attar. I_'W P M. MAVI liraa cammarclal' Mt willi,. CI Nana witn, aiHMwiaiAa CI.MIMcllltlai
..II.SOd ,111105' will aract ko lslup ,
toe ..,. anr* MII PAu01 D' MOMS 'ODIL. / plua l..a full tlMOMtM To Qualified V ( $100 doting ) "
Nry 1.NA 1T7 Ou./117/ Sod ....,.". .M ....6 sod a Maarai. avauiniiraa .ri .
lent ,0I.W mM "' .,.. mil., ithM

14 W.'er'...' PrapartyLOT 2 3 ,. D 3ITIOUINPs 5.3145 i Mairin a Mrmal lninf, NOM rubs Mall plus with a $13,400 to $18,200

'....11. raam with a Mraalata'
I axe aaauliful charr aanriinaTKa Payments from $79.34
ON lUWANNIf 5111SACRIPICl "5." MUM at f
IT44IWIXCIPTIONAI. Goroon 6 eorporta New HomesWESTVILLA raaa in mod ittKtiac,., has..".aar will.'. Convenient Location

REDUCED Lara.Malnt 113 Plottrd wall .
VALUI. H .M a MUfifM piaca MNya
L... Oanavi Ml Accpuakla e Formica cob,,,,,, h .
an NON raa*. else Mr "uH.*.t. ',lei awTKWI.
anana JI1o II. o 9 floora
.I---uM.-iiHo... Bath vanities. Tha Chormirifl

j\----. All city utllltiMidwolka IANCHO GRANDI
L.... I 55. CCI .....,.... $, l
I __ I aatfn
17 fu..I_. I. llrlWiC1 A. I
II Mil t Iram witar SMme" NW 16th A..., family raamt IMna raon .'''' It
-?fI-........ '.'...... 005015 kit ...... aM ..'*. tMar.in .
Tawual. Pbu'm ,1It Mill Llv. $11,250$12,550 .t J7lK St. drPi IM_. 535,055 Ir.Oewn. .
Oak Pit. .
OVec 01 rya II .... 5..M. manySS.cNq All abiol we "DWMe Vi WMa.0y "WI"'LANNING '(. '
1105.1 _05.0 11 0014 00 1.00 Ala 005 1101'ass .KII OIIM.llcashVA. TO tulLI'O I |gIJ! .r* end! Developer

FOR CLOSE OUT wad puma. Many ...,... OnWINIFRED WALTER
1001_..Moe C.. ,.. IMWre Ln10. STUBBSInc. Lit ua glv. YOU ... attl Sales Office HE 23rd Blvd.

$ malt on cootrcKtlng your I J

H. CRAWFORD flex Custom horn. and 11th Terr. Phone 372.3471
r a k a r, Macamma M CallCaroldorV.O McCoy -

ON 1964 MODELS *1j: pao'lHTlla mUai. Ma N _Miir.il.AI 1 Phone I76-5J94 Dar 'N67290NitaM 6-101 or

Cedar Key Shore cash "W. trade houi.i" '-.65010fII.

$... homlta from $2250 $$395 J J f FA A N. MIN ttnaf.. Lee tut,IW Sold at *..*. CAIN ES VI LLESYEARS

non-watrlront from $1510 AHEAD COMMUNITY BY
CEDAR ICKY )141 or WI .


) ocllitui needed tit,. COMPARE !


WITH INVtSf; accommooaiiomfwtota' INC. THESE HOME VALUES


FURNISHED. READY $3995 DAVID ANDREWS- 2909 NE 15th St. 16,000 up /



TH* Mllawln. | pr| rM far
151. ..- Nilos.nnnr- 0iYhua10. lit isoo.ney 550/ II $ 'IOO C1..Is, C* t
I >t atarMa araa.caaM PALL
BUYS ANY MOBILE /inaa CMMH. auin.M *> 0S 1114 NW.2ltAf. *.
wan M > wan canal. ... ,. 1190 N.W. Ill* M.I .
10% DOWN pllancah ... 1 u. c. M. ebmk,5 4 at r 500 nnt an ,
HOME ON OUR LOT Per.'NI5. ram. IM al lan NWus 0000105511.005555511.04Nsae .,.. w ma. ar trial ... an* It. I ........ an* *... |ll' I CITY SERVICES f
.... ar cat mtiaj.AUTMiKTIC IIM ..w ... -....

55.0.0,04 .5.N 0.405 COLONIAL.5101,4' lit S ... 1 KHOOL/.... n. 10 UNJae5.x15410 4128. 4121 NW.Ifrkr I FERN WOOD MANOR
H W. x1 e. LM tamnif n.. 15500 a55oadlN 5PloaioA D r. ill NW.. KfkSr.i I ,
SAVE UP TO $1000 hue H MMptiaiiMy ..'- I* I aamt tut ..* vi at. i loW amtvi, nif"
-.-... 5iPhra/C Pam0y w -
M 550.0.Toe PASO 12,250 up
Nlr,0 ors.ML /11a4121N.W.19tD1. :
er ,.._. Iu.0Wnl1400. 111. I 01115 55105. SW 5nNes. .4
ALL 1964 MOBILE HOMESAll kHcnaii .-.. mart MM.cantraity --. M .
ON I t* I MW/ ,
kaan. an* air can*. .M.SIW 11II IM. 1ft N $400 DOWN fHA
'twna far ywr vaar ''ravn ccmMr > Or 50.5MON
.. Lac*.* 'k> utt Mark M LIITINO J Norwood NOTHING DOWN VA 1..
H W I ... I tarn. CI.wit
bo told Cam to on* (f our loft cod tr II.w am A Mua. !VI-DI .
64 models mutt | your c-noct. CoINar 055 M Can N NaS6 tf AOVAHCIAPP jioo a iiff Ct.t :
101. L.Ia510'I ,
Irt-BlaT .55.51 Ic'WS.y. IPJTMfll? aAVm Hope"H"
'IS Models will soon bo h.rt t. .
dool' todiy MANY NKI PAtu.|V I A.I """' A aLata.
Mew cca *ama. aw cmti.IM 1101 N .H.... __ unma Mra :7516PER MONTH
-..... baa.15e. 0500m 551.r1r1 11. N. W. 1310 .... 1..Mantsy. 4 I.. 4 Int FROM
OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. to 7:30 P.M., FRIDAY fir SATURDAY TILL 1:30: .5.05 05.50 00.5051 11NW 500,5 .. W.05.00. 00,11.
.0.,554 I wcl woo A a INVfffM 1.54.. WALK TO SCHOOLS
SUNDAY Peel, .05.11 un 1.55 Mw hN Ma I ... I tam Iram Mar 50044,4. W0Nau4 ...... ... At Trod Homo
: CLOSED 11. C15 31.075 NO m.1.. ..40CN naw ,. .** MM p rMHatawnar a_ .. Of Property
Meads r .... .1105. $550' m., all.
.. w N 4 II, Prick sat ColofiUli.. N." '''''
Ha. ravat prkt Mr .N101wm.aslr5dua.aN.ho
... .
.. I .It Ine 05005.M 'hl.'j
GAINESVILLE 5. 001,550.4. 51. IMw .rid i 5.050 lad NO beibeMI 105. eeoa/05 NO55.rsMaa ALL OUPJ Moses Ass Plce. 15.125. $US Dews
05, -0 5,004. m10rd.r..5. MARY
. saaP 00..aty IN ... 0.M PO* you TO I*
51 ,_ la.ieo_ ....... IIP0005051.55.115 s.11/MS1by III' 15'5104e,11Wr.N15. mt UIINO AtrrriAii 5,
MOELLER Mr.s vou .iu Airr CALL DIRECTIONS. Drive W'.II Utb A'.. T rL .

2 Miles South < NW /11005 ---I .H is Hid Sr. er 19th Tirn.

na nw MTH PXACIPMVI I Ill) .. 55 rues
sa.e wr IM Ions, 055 INN REALTOR PI a_ sr PI $00 I
On U.S. 441 N 541 "OIl 1170555 M"W Butler BrothersBUILDERS
01 MeeM IIh.Nm e.5. WIa. 0000 w. 0Mwi/y ....
050111E 1047! SAIiS 1 .. 11y1'aa wluy 5fe. ,. .." ,
t WalCJa.M aMM. Can Mouser 101.a LNea.eMSle M.....* .. Manx ,..W-
Phone 376.0571 1. I ": wow 1 5
: naara M Ka rair p*. Pt aMlWAIM e..W P.5N4 ._ 1 11551I Ataatlpal .. .......).* DAILY 112."" NIGHT IU.041A
w WIHWAH. laaitarmi (Seoul 0.5,0 70e'.1 MM5.W
N MM> *> 5.5y.e

c. gory ,reieRs ,, PPRAA.YICIPC WJr TiiT NAPPt5r0 75T5i OiL STOP AT THAT $TATI01d 7 P ittiiR d01N0c0J/-1 : 'TOaT CL'P41LMO III L/1.wir ffNRlae MMSfl.MuOW50 /

5.vlj aO r501Jt3.. RU SCAOI' 1019 NPaallfi.PICWT Pww70M 'a 'I Ties CM MS W MIAId AMfAO.MIKf yVMlf 041 MUCH 51/11 1.0 61S, MI ITPUZ110Ar1I51N /
= rWAS- rnM1TIRNa1Ae5I0.Aal I7AO..ltd Mwr Sal Tl Tm5 Ijn I&4041AT JOMl AA I TUHP: LAST MII l1THte/ ./ 4Ta A /NRAY1015Cut 040551
55 NOT laU.1lfN VnrIRI1 srnCWTK +ALI wys- M self? HAvtA IO/T I at HIM A F16101* 05016,11

OmdO T5ISM. rci 71713 MT hMAtAn4 popcne5uletwrwoiA' Tip b Pearl/ a COFFSEis-' t'RIIR / %
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I ;: : I Cloan out the Clouts fir Utility Room. New Pick up txtra CLASSIFIED cash Person to potion ADS ads ire for nor eomm rci.l users wl ing mtrchoitdiui priced ,

1 10 lAYS 4 LINES $3 at bring$100 quicker or lots action.with the tolling price stated in the od. No additional Costs for ads that require the full 10 a. No refunds for ads that

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


t : ..' 15 Houio. tor Sol.dlllonod IS Hasas.. las S.I. IS HOUI.I for Sol.In 42 Firms fr Acr.... 49 Room Fir loutSFSIVATISNTIANCE. (4 HouMko4d GeM 66 MlM. for Sol.of 71 TRUCKS FOR SALI

del : ... SV'OWNER3sR. 1 balli. alo c... I.V' OWNER J U. .n. b"h hou" MCRTGAGC Cu. 0.51111 bold huu" J iA1O' ACRES AlJyocI1j5iIiMI boll ,. IE..MORI. c"u'1II' OIl n..... 't33UIoil'a nol sety' rids UAl00II 31W"CRSVROLET 0t5. PUoltIlOl 501151110210 P1CC' 5200.May UP.
THE TIMEIS rolrlg' 4 built.In-kll. with aanotrai *.ot. Low lownpaymsot. Mlconopy t. lOtuS t. Mm.* Hit v. milt Will of city llmltl 'go''or' sod "0044105" IusIWma with bloom, I10M: BTU til drum toll but IOIVM pile' toll and. bo soo.t It ml II Vol

Col .. 1300 down H3 SI ...' "'.. Phono 1101 '.1. 211h ',.... on.'. I.'. Nico MalIgn, I btdroom oil of pivod rood Dry p I It. 0 s0 lradalO sloAant, lontI. sold .,...., I4S lofty. Rent; electric thempooer $0.MyDsoIl "Yf, o' co" PS 2.4130
374-4071 Call 312.7641.' .homo, KrMn porch Con. wood!, 11,100 on ocrt wltn tirrm. I 1.110 1111*. All. I 'No, 1116 HI ,h... m TIU $ P00110000 Co.. GaItlakVIII. __

len PICA" HAWTHORNI ROAD i IUV DIIiCT PROM 5UILDII.' Idtr' buying, lot. Molt bo ..._ CHI Dick .bln..... P. A L f MFOSSBY 711 I' 'ULL 1111 blown .0" whn. ....ch. -, 50.0000 Clot". 79 TRUCKS WANTID

NOW. I R. I both CCB homo ..h... POlIO, rodu<.... no .....ml..I... 3 oblt IM pir Sort tlnonclng' hi. AoI70.t1yn, SuItor II w. Ally. QUilT room tor rent. kltchonolto, Onolu lot. lull ...... P11001. 11. SINGER

der wood II..,.. iiM oqully "poymoniiMl so. I 11.0th lllcho .qultyad, down poymint Low monthly pay.maCIs. got ....., lcd ,...... turniuiod. .- NEEDED
3544 Condy.
Roymond -
mo. I74-IM7 alto I P M, 'HA 10 V". 5103 N' loll 7.. Mr. and prlvoto on" _. Mm only USIO DUO THERM spIll hootor AUTO ZIG ZAG
Phono Utllll' Mlwltn
wil Timp. 43 CoI.. "
.. Do You Hove XCLUSIVAREA "u.h .dw...... too 374.0172.COLONIAL I..,. ProportyIOTI HIS woonly Phono 171IS4S 'In good condition. C... bo loon .OPOMOMOdRoil M truck sod triclort not moro

lid NICI QUilT HOVI for ", .tu,. it 1:101: NW urn 2t.03L.: ...... .itKhminti need. OhIO I ". lId for "pulling ourtrollon
NEW a 50. I ballt ........ GI aD.pllancad nlM. No ,
rock londIn
S Intoroittd hiullng and
SOiL? lor mIdIrl Ito.In. tm In buying nvor.ii ludont pr builneit po credit taOs
CUITOM wills
Da;; ... A Room.Apartment kltc...... famIly room 5(00 it toll right <1. cm. 66 1041.. .>*tSal.. .... Ponor good Cintrol PI. Ptrmontnl loam
Gulf Del.one.
I with 00 malrtoalncS I Ian Mow V* story 4 bodroom, I bolh contr.1 ,3766046PURNISHIO up poy. of M me. er pay .
llroplKO complrlohoot 371 5121, I call ttrmlnol' .
Pay workly mongor
M' ACtS of nilurll boouty hemS In N. W. SuCtIon.. C... WW of 171. Write Jimmy C rooty
4 olr cond carpet
N'.' Kheol Control hut, builtin holt and alp condlllonlng, built- Moos lOOMS TV block, AllnIiaI' O"'LIO' Otis", IA Oon. Del. Oelnenllw. Sm.Ioqul to I P.1,1. Mondty thru
or fcltchtn, II,." ... antI mony in kl'c_. Rfdgrwoy ConitrucllonCo ttncod bock yird 3701 4 NW 1.011T.on 13rdAvt Now CC' J ............. ml loa"' from c mpu>. m IW lot Aol HP boncn grlndort 01... 'impoctwronch Poldoy' Wln'er G........ '1.. 15.
.. 174-1014 .
1- cob, 371 1200. MIII "rdln" Vrly. ... _kol.. JOO. wilt III 2717
...".. .. 3744041 or 3714414 .. .... Low poymoot. Loc.
House to Rent? Id 5.5. :2011 T.,. volt AC _,.,., thot mount 'In 70 4M-Mirino Iqolp.1
YOURSELF BIASED OWNER DON'T MISS THIS MyCoy lull..... 50 Mobil. H.", .. ony _lei.. "".,,10. 4311 NW 13 Motorcycltg ft Sc.o.."
DO IT twit, mil" .U but voiuo In NW. dan 31..7290 .Oth 50.KODAK .
AN 3 BR I bith w/Mplrotl dining TRULY LOVELY HOME 'If boot wltn iltorlng wnotl 4 romot. -
REMEMBER- RUNDOWN ind In mod of rtoilr, 01400 37"SO"" FIEDRCOMtollon no po1s '
Cot will Mil bill rml wd m ,"'. Cinrtll .hoot, ." TM'"I' .OO owntr *>,... Ilko dlihwothor, of Compel on 441, I BR, I bIll' MOVE FOR SAl' I rowloll. AI.. S ....m. comm's motor ........ PR Iot74. luporb condition, IMSPhono .
you III II up Lirgt OKI ocrt 141 btdroomi, II 14th It 4Uti and ,, ".h'.. All In PIll I mlcool. .
Pk .
A rcmai vacancy lot In convinimt loullon. Mali tic Bioutllul woodod, londKiprdlol don for DM your ,""", comfort SI Mi... Rn...liIKAILER Id Ctrroll Srn'imd Trtlltr in-XJi itlir 5PM _
Avo. Smoll down 311-011' .11. I .11I\
CIt Orlvo
ui in tiitr.ALACHUA. chlldron con wall' to ochoolAiklng PrIced' rlgnt by .ALI Air Illoctl boot. 45C011tilitOlOl
lA'' lltSN wflnlblo flnonclng phono FR 14MS or PR 11114. monthly ptymtntt Ul tu Ml SPACE I TON. York Air Conditions. Till mall.. Call Cl 1-3" 14 AUTOMOBILE HIP A IRS
OAt 4op COSTS YOU MORE loll NW 3th Or. 371IW7 WOOOROW SEAY AIM homoi" built on your lot Bill u.... i ...... Coil 1300 Mil'
Tho Motlir luilntrIURNISHID .lth n. down .ymon' 'h. too list until Miy. Phini Pool YOU' c.rWINTIIZID
loll ,. PR *.4M. IM MONTH !6' LAPSTRAKI
than the ad that 371 mix' NOW
T'1' AlMKlOtllUS i BK, CCI HOUM Nowbvry Trtlltr ,.rte, Wllh M HP1 Ivlnrud.' In molor loot.IIAWIS'POWIS .
N. I. lit It., rt144ArU PARRISHPRESENTS "ow,,""" ".. ..hlno. colculltor' ou ld0IOp
trnWA I for till. 1400 ooully and oilumtpovmmli ISIS Adding COo for own w.'.'.
: will rent Iti!IHer.'s T. SmIth, ...11., of Mi mo Coll 371MM 43-1 COLORID HNTALS I typowrllorl. ,..,.., top lludontt. Call 271-7737. 104 N. M.o,MOTO 50. Co.

sill NaOMI Gort, AwoclotoAnolhtr Ulir | ltd .11 diy wotkIT SI.A W.nf.4 T. Ron ,..... FR 44404Aitort 312.3561

81 bioulllul Myrlck origlnol' ll .nd. NOW RENTING DANISH 01000010 ..Iou' n. ... 20' NIW control CII4TSIY fly GULPNIIAM brldgt, ....
u.'nJCIl.... I. WI"berlyI"'n. COIOMD ultro modorn I Bl do.. 000JMMEOIATE' occum almost doll
0.. what ..,. 110 015(01 0010.0.. 1"I.y.
f you Add your dtcirotor dish lit.r. lich.ng.d. pin oportmontl '., living sod 2 8R UNFURN. HOUSE Oh.. 1. CIII. ...,IIIc.. loll now c.1I oItlcl lImpS II.5IIa.lOll MILLCR. 4 SONS woW wn aol pointingRtfS. truckllnttd
.. touch to Win homo by chooting HACK ACRII. wondorfullybuilt dining .00. modorn kltchon wIshtoo C"LL 3125472 TY 1.510. ..... Body
woinut oHm
tchomo now Call : .trodltlonol' homo I .bodroom All wane "' ...n...... helPSI
SM vacancy COSTS your color UNICILYbonnish.d ..1.. ,IThIthi iorg Aorogo cUooto, torro* ttomt. 374-OI40 63 18 JOHNSON MOTOR
torn Lloyd Myrlck, bulldor I7> 34t ._ I ........ family room anION from Poclflc botch In OcoonilM' to Maori till boON, woe. ho.|- Pot| IMMIOIATf OCCUPANCYI I Howthorno ....
lit Avg
to Sot' brick Preplan' Hporolo din.Ingroom Collf' for me'''. Might' conilMirpurchtio or and hot wotor Motor, tociHpovod BR UNPURN HOUSI F C, W DEEP.WELL PUMP 737 NW 3 .

torn YOU EVERY DAY I $400 DOWN wllklng dlltonco to Litllowood J. Ivir C.._. 707 N. ....I1I"L.t'' aao Contoct w. T. 0,.* C. With tunlI' lIt ..... ....... ,14 PT. "511" "....'..." L ont IS Avf.nt.bllM las S.I.
and Woilwood Khool.LAROt ,. NI > thTtr ::1111-.173 m 1112I olumlnum .boat
rcnndldo.calIt. untlnktblo
A. 1001100 ....... ....... ll.r
until it Is rented v." itlroctiv. I R. 1 biih or cull to, tppolnlmtnt 373. S mlor oqulppHl win ttoirlng' .
tyotto.. ..Aho. : homo M ICC. no""U'" h I od.Ltrgl I PAMILY, loll lOot homt." II StoP titus W....." 000. no 202 0071 52 I..r"." W."... WSOTIN00000ISSPSIGIOATOR' $ shell 4 cibloi, Ilko now only Iyoor. M 000.FORD._44Ot touutllul mi. cloon M.ohsnlolays _
'lot 101 > ,140 Monthlypiymonll 4 bodroomi, I baths, lamlly' .
... V.U, CIloIC.. 53$. Old 1211 coin woo .1. I Noos 511 ClanI, I. moto,.
-.... firS.p401
115 00. Rmgt indrtl. 'hlldroni ployroom DoorJ
only 44 Cott .. for hop WOULD LIKE 10 ono oldtrlyrotlnid Includr. homomodo t rolltrCm .
'h. W. tend 1I.lIn. 0' a "cry g Call 31"W" uo '
RENT: YOUR LOSS In lIvIn000000. .oulllullyNIAR Tills coo wnrtlt ItOOI will" Sill too
In homo
lady Metierferdroom NW
bo onytlmt
.." homol. Wn haul cllontl MMI
.,... 1250. 371.4534: altar ..
'IncWdud.ACRE landIcapId with prlvitt Mm Throeboloncod em tnyllmt. Tommy
IS: PER DAY IS.W Would silo! Ill lo cor. to, mill "'.... e rJiy coninnlcontKt 1ntotlnnnt0 Ph 17400 113 'OID 'A'U"HI' .OUI
'till land mw I IR, I bun CS UNIVIRSITY.' 1 btdraom, Pit W Unlv A... FR 44471WANTID child 3701 'W Archir Rd 3,.. .......n'.III.' P I r botenolow. S"tc.O..IIC. noidlo, II'..... COUPs, Air ....... Pi buckotMIII
homo illuitod on tills lIsa wood- I both brick homl l..,. living- TO BUY FROM OWNiR uu Mn. Hum. T""' '''... D... butlonholn, 5215501.II. fincyItllchll 71 C.mp-Hunt-Fiih .'C.. nog or old' COO 4

I.A." plo "'". It.31 por diy od md lindKtoK lot on NW lothAvo room wllh flropIKO, : Mpirolodining 4 BR I bith hout* In NW a... Bon 144, Koyilone Helghto, Flo ippllqut, otc Small bol toko ovtr poyiriinti. 3741141.M .
.. Cwt hoot 4 ...c:. Doublocorporl room ond nlet family I Wrllo Bo. 123.., C/0 tun giving' -- Soda only' 153, or poymont o) M
'021.. HO per..... tIN. por diy ,llrgt fomlly room, olockiichm room_plui ditochod ttudy lust pICo dticrlptlofl' *. .. 45 rvrnl.h.4)) Aptg.DUPLIX -ROOM AND BOARD par .o'h, iEM''OLI' can007.0 lasSo sl.ops,... '0.000 10.. '50 P000 V". 5035
A.', ""Iohll sill.
'_ ind much moro. 11,001 right tor working' wty loamhomily Nico cloin room. "I..,. horn.ot Mlk.II'"I Mactins' lo"'Ie' 010 PONTIAC' 0.5.1150.

: Ul per"",. II.I] ptr d.y50Witnl. will moo. you In lot loony Ktlvlty. L.rg. woododNCW WANT TO BUY In NW .... ntoror opt. w I I BR livingroom 117 IW Ind PISi 1'1 w. Uo'v.' Ay. 171.31'TRICYCLI Walb.r Pit., Noton, OlIN p1,1401' 10,100.1600. ,. W. FORD VI, .ution wigon, 1171
Ie,. ..", canvonlwt, rf U eI fClmpull Al Htrndon Sorvtcl Itltlon
kltchon, dlntHt' and bolhNo .
A I. OUTSIDE CITYN. 1..00. will., "so.OWl. Call 4M-I3': it ION ...
JAiJ .. Ofhc.-D Spas."TECl35I'rV I
$33pird.y .5001055 174-34lt: 1144 ..,.tle _
lwilt5 13
_. City lo. x on Hill" chtrmlng LISTING. Almolt now 1 1.4. NW list Aol. .t ibm corner ot m hl.h IHOTGUN ii ,.. Pot am! II"' '40 CHIVY IMP4L*. 4 DR.. R 4H
SIlO" 14 Oft Phono 4443341.NI .
., .
I. 1 4 IP. CII Promo mlnof
Cl homt on N. w. room I both cmtrilly htttod mod 4 full, tlnglo trlogtr, vont, .
; M per.mo.. Hit po r diy 1 BR t Itlh NW 13th Ii.ii'Il ..UILOI..al'gsH air condition. MW lOll. ..
:Itih ..... Kill ouhido' City by.. loot ir.cuodhllotiod' loops on I both. | cir girogo ., cor.port W. Noloso 117 Ant. Pl.l ClaM TV 'O! IALI "" IICA. W..k. rib. Not I yr old Abtolut. mw collont condition, Phono 441,1344.mo .
171 .... Ito, Hugo IR with Itono tiropIKl lorgo 100 5 MO lot In fvlmbrnly Contril' blat 4 air conditioning duplex' 'bIghts sod w" .' fur.nliliMl ; $pat Air .ecd. 51.00.to ...1 ...n. I.alo' 01 131. 101 condo 0,1,. III3I Mil' 171 374-
per. per diy Cont hut Moll pricll.ctl I.'..... .11I"0 kilchtn ..It.. Ml per ..... Coupln' only ,. ."...,... paWI.... Janitor 11th Avo Clll 37M84I 3744 .'t 00.0 OLDSMOI.ll. ",.. PS. AT. 111.
Al.Al, no chlldron or poll. CHI PR o- laOnby' .y.lI.bl.. 1,101 .....ltl... "100. CoIl P0 5.
to C" P0
... 171 per..... MM po, diy Mil Itnor 371 4321.UNIVERSITY".0" For .ppf. in MASON MANO. N.., 4-brdroom. 2Ita '1.0051 .00404 lei moor.taoi SlIf, 5. Pl 1-30111. 4-4554 UNPAINTID. bOost, marco dort, 72 Offic. I4uipm.nl 0205 All. IJO .'M. call PS I.
bookMiolvot tl for toll
I both .noon awlthcanloa I .hootIng Is lu,... 5 IR a 411 NW Ind Aol. U' M,""' groupKlncild Ill?.
... .
Ulpmmu. IIM ptr diy DOWNTOWN NTiRI .UITI chtrry twin bodb 414.fj
and air" conditioning Lovely CoOl L IC.CALCULA101 OLDSMOIILI. ...
., foncod nor y..l mokM Moil' X Potmttun en or ...,.,* 1!.\-u. MokInnoy-Groon. $0 Of 1111,500. bIll.. 000 or ..n.II..bl. '..h. ILtC. CASH PS. eulo. II taosylssl000' 1..lIon'
P. "3617.
4- III PIP ..... till ptr diy pit, a'.. to, Child'.. Convon- .. 202 W. Un''.. A... or COX WAREHOUSE ..
Cull 312of571
alGlnn P05 'ALI. CALL ondltlon B lOll
A.I. tonI to scttooiS.IANCI4ITVI 4. tollor t* piy Roil, lit. C..... I IR, newly pointed, HI .... ow.so. Call 37' a 2014. A. L. K.... 601 I. M"n PS "f3" liter 1'31BY .
: ::: IN ptr ..... .. UN ptr diy REALTY minion, .r II 'W 3rd Ay... It' OFFICI IP A C I AVAIL ILI- .e-uot.

.. homoolt... .... Al.p000Imabuiy PNmI PS 4alIt.NIWLY Downtown Control, hoot ft AC.. RIMIN9TON .,oct" typtwrltor, ORIGINAL'. C..n.r_ Lass IHi
MIMI .. ttl per ..... Mil ptr diy11N IllS N. Main, It.Ph 10 10PII: 0001. L. WRIT BOX IMA C-* Oolnnvlllitun 140 prr mo. Call Iniitor Rulty, SINGERSLANT.OMATIC IICIo Un4.IOOd 110 WOo ",.,,, T..........._ ..-

Ahrn.AL : ... 3714311 ..,... on Nowbo" '..d. loll giving, ill dotilll ....,bl. Including DICORATID A"'...Cob.ill _.37..tl2I nr 378714 flood ..... ... ci"rVi-47JI in71 .don Llko Now.> Low Mllwgo
..... M.JJ locitlon, diicripllon, lltidntls.n I 10117101 er" P.M Now .pnmlvnvWW 1 .$ ... AllLoolhtritn
... plO ptr diy W M Munroo, RllltorAuoclolM $300 oown, t .. 4 If prici mlldoo .,.,.,..... dais" N.m.b.'oy Air
.. yeoMon.hl.nc. flnonclng O"y. 'H2f' or ,3.2371.. 54 luilnoit .....1. .....*. 7 "'.. old, dooi oviry.thing M.rchindlio Conditioned Ridll. _,or. mo.ltnmlcal .
.. Muiic.l
I. I Mcllugniln. Pronk ..
: CALL 378.1411 Roy McCinn T. C. OouglM, J,. Ernest Tew RealtyEXCHANGORS EFFICIENCY ARTS. wIlt, out .11'.. MIlls buttonholto. ...yl gun omr 10 MPO
NEW FIAST CLASS SIonUIIooo. otwi on bu".... blind 'hone 374-0440 110'. '.M. 371-
110 MOMlclnnpy ott tlrwt ...klo.. llgn prlvllkIW hi. of tin .I io.l y lao -
Komi otc Ply wtoko
Slot allOts. 11401.
onchtngt. U* :2411 Now $240. No. CHI :372.
l00. 40501 On corn,. lot 100 up poy. of tf por mo. .
Aa TO PLACE YOUR FORDYCEFEATURES PARRISH MOBILI MiT It, boo. In ow 0 4> a.1S NW 6Ih It Phontownor Duff Clll" $,lie Jimmy Croby .. 1711. 43 RAMflLIR Cloult' ...dr, SIll,

silo' 10100 c,. Anll How. 5 PR p.H4 or PR 41710.SMALL Son. Oil., .. .... ... lufr P1ANOS.osttoomanN.ooll R .1'.dlll..I.. md ..*... frontmillion -

AISOCIATIS IncH lluoontt pro). J7. IJOt lrmna. ..._ I".... D.WItt Irown for direct t ro m 14 moi. ol,. .nd 37.000
A" : ; Oolnoivlllo. flrtf tgmey dutlllloco .. P. for ronl. "'I. 200. 17MHI c
SUN RENTAL Winos Hill Hmon Orohor M. to II M. TV ornonnoi.. 13 llnglo Hock, Hdoubio fKtory prcil' Hvt SOlO 1250'lion.

A.- Corolyn' Pmlry Mory Porrlil oxch.ng. proporty lob, 4 5!. I po'hi nploHy. rtmodtlod DAN BYRD rock, 113 00 '-.'''. kit. PI .lSlt. WrIll '. 0.loo 63 OLDSJE1'RE

A. WANT ADSIS ,It N" I. Pint ItrwHTol you wclotHt" Cobb Wlyno 1744441 0, Mnon onyllmt, RilphOlonttr A.' 1101 IW nh AVIIM 376-8268 Jim yoyo. Ill NW lilt Avo. 7S. G"nn.III.. rllgrwit COlor .....

.,. ... OPEN HOUSE No 3711171 4 Loa J..k_. I It 4 ...11., or coIl omr P01 STOOl I WAIIOOII5I Wl WANT TO buy lolo moool I uiodrofrlgoritort. .LINOEALAND ONUOSSass. .174 121 NW 4th A...

4:M It P. 1-2.93. loam. call John _,III. Isollo'. I.c. rllo. iMollmt for fimlly living\ I krI loAd GRAND PRIX, _I.. Rid,
1011A.L' 312.1411.WAIIIIOUSI. trodo-lni now glvon' stands .od .. ... 1100
LASSITERREALTY 19 flMiLI .OOMMA'I .'lr 31Is .,1eI WOO. SKrlllco ot I3SU.
laiN wllh 4th br or itudy MPLR Out gf T.wn Frop.rtyfourth now
"- H.u." far fellY md DR, CI4 and A-C: my 51001 my 5 U .... I1J p.ml. .' 7200 II. 5. In NooN WILSON'S EXCHANGE CALL 373.2211. Toads OCCOP': 'd, flnonclng irnng.od .

I- 0tpIitl. wool' *04 ..".110', plus' } utllltlM C5r010S515ny. Idads 1",101 CsaNo 'or 111 I I. lit Itroot ,...... PR .447tDOWLINO KAY fLECTRIC GUITAR Coll 371.SIM. -
IUW..NNII COUNTYso Anton bitar.P I .....,...,..,..... J0100 M. Itlud.bum. .
.. :: OWN!! i in, I Mm Iowa in 2000 I ilndscapad toO. eonloct Mrt "I UPHOLITIRV l-picKuo. now _d.
..... oo 50100.0 tIn.1 Onl Strings good 1943 GRAND PIIX'PONTIAC
It'r ,
3744404 374.4171.PCI
.It. It. at 0 .
; : M 5 374.1741 lot. 2311 I
A-Il NW Mellon, toO tilt tr IMWPnon. Colons P M.. Soflitay milt rlvtr, front, ono holt ChaIrs" low oi IL No monoy 133 374.5023.SPINET. up.otO 500570. hilly ,quyut' call
.. ... PR 1.2631. 110, I. at lilt N W. 10111 AnI.Olbar milt on pivod rood Not ofltctod or I P.M. 37oto4 HAS 10000 M n. llort down low ot II por monlhPrto Mr. Ranle. PS 5-341LUoInboolty,

"- duyl by lpIoIrh010.I.p1107001' TRADITIONAL RANCH sTYLI by HIlda or D.... Booutlful olki building, W. Unlv Aol, Prlci woo olIlmilM, pickup and dIrvory > ORGAN City ...... ..
0 a
ALLA3 4 I*. I baths, I. lIP cirport CIS. homo I y..r old In dnlrobloLlttlowood '111100 15000 down bilmci, lbs 44 Unlurniih.J, ApH.MS plo "'.. Clll Htrihlll Hay,..., ..", Ie.. All work gulrontotd Ito sloos 50 splnslorg.0Iosum ,
IKK NW MID* ,... UW down to LocutIon 4 br !'4 bith Ovtr I.TOO ono Intronco fovorglvot V"r*, PR 4-2441 tr I. P. Mlltll PR4T5JI P'liono 37477M.LITITRADI. b.lItO 'own pay.OIIOLIY lt" PLYmOUTH Moor ilrolghttick

., quollflid Duyir wllll PItA fUtoneIng. 10 ft. I..,.... ......1. foyir. OH lo ollhir Pomlly roomNico 01X11' COUNTY "'.... II...... low mtm. mArl
P" "1.27 ..' "'., Itlltr .,... 1 U with 1I"'n.' poroh. 11Oct10Iloipyod. MUSIC CO. ..0. ..... Call/ PR f-1211 .nor
:: pay ciotitl giloro. king SIlO bid- or Poont'ai LI.'. .nIm. I I. luwinnt. Plo, .".11' "" ,'V. -
AI nbullt I
1010.4-al. got WASHERS
CAsInO lIlt Clll 1710411' lei ... ..". ,I.... $4 00, is IeCUp."y 'u.I"... e..on.III'. $lnonplin5 C..,,, 4PMRAMBLIR.
." '. ...,. lIon P100141 00.00 loll I roomi. I Ioa'h. W.II ._'0' ... noir SI Ind PI. Ml ... mo. Pnono37J 54 Opporluitissqr8vbJbts5yUL5Iy4C2ll DRVIRS, PIllS!., RI>RI.GIRATORI !. I
I droim'kltchon, C.H tnd A4. Call lot i yip.a of big btoutl PIP coo, down ..."'. 5,0110,1. .M* 4 sob. boo 1,1.... Kilt, oromr 4 OISHWASHIRI.TrMo 3723353NIW Otlui. notion Wt.
:). Fordyco 37.all.DON'T: lot I,.... Kit IncludM built 'In C."( I:30 PM 37H"7. condltltnorti tool AND UIID PIANOS on 10". "..11_-. ......lIlon.
SIN .. TOM U. un..... RIALTO 110_ tour: : 1130. NW. FR41TH
..,., ... dlihwoihor. dlipoulCMtril .allon to NIsI 100110 or you Toy us 11f.n 7020 boy. Our Ill 35lh ''OC'
M. Now Brick HomesSliph. WitaCo """. cay .wo tOols 110m. Oar blat 4 olrcondltlonlngMOOIRN Mortho H. Orrono Aitocl.10.Phimt I 5010064 unlurnlilw. Kllowlppod. CbS hill ...II.bl.. CIII PS, A-I HANDYMAN HOP PR 4 ., III.SW. ] br, bullIn kltchtn, "ou.1t Ilk. Itl Call "..tsa, 000appt. ppj 4-31: 7 DtMtl AM" III ptrmo ....,., ISo
A. In :.2. oxctlltnt. itorogo. Sod lot,?. LIII THAN 121.000. ....II.bI. '''',. PlwitP ". AND NIW" 'bu" 000.01651w Ills fORO no cioh poiDld, TaOS

A ; A.A .. Fttt.rHilght. oiling tIll ..... 174.40 par monlltfttr 40 10.1..... ,..,..".. luu, 31 N. Mtin It 5101.SHELL .... IsIs ond .".1.. 151.'" ro.cllnon bIlls Mu.lc Colts' up "poymtnli Ul por monlh.Phono .
I 'M. "$ H410
... down poymont C.H Pordvci Split LowS with 30llv. DU'LIX tail rackori tlj.tlCvtrythlng .121 A.. Utir -
374-1134 lou room viVa mudO,0 kll. ZONED BA-1) I U.. KITCHIN II3UIPPID U dlsowlntod.WILLIAMS VJ"; i' 'ff FORO P.MO, V.4. AT. R4H 00.I' .

.. ltd bodroomb built-li'. lick-, fimlly room 4 polio Cmtrol 743 NI VON II. IIIV1CU' CINYPIhuwlho'o. WILL tanIllc ., mosI 5.11 I 1600 'h"".
to .
..., .. oqul......'. con. hoot VA no FORDYCE h.., 4 Alrcondlllonlng" 124.000ONTMPOAIY 131 foot fronting on N. W. 13th 160 ml. P0 1.5451PLEASANTLY OIL CO. Nd. JUKI an.W3J: It 0000 Spl000 rI0000lIblO. Of' 00.1011 tyCllole. 374-0121 onoft 5 PM.II4ICPIIVIOLIT .
} down poymont PItA from Pub ...... 111 boot d.... Loci'''' CAN .
A-t. P101 Woo.Ill.
Plow SI 11,10.015 IICOUPI
I AI50C.II.. INC : I IR t bath 'In LOCATID mi. anton At mill, n cant gel Dillverod IIClll : : :
down-n. doling 1111'. law Mock. Full doiolli by coll.Ing ., 501,0 P0001., boO,
lOt in tto HP, 4
cu on
: :' G,... P0,11700. 51.1000ISA homo lIla now plui oltuhllihodytrd Klncold Pa J 5!. opt wllv. 411'M7t Tom taylor Hwy
3 Wicks paid ,
C. oil lulldorg, I.,,. ,. lSun CONSUL TiNTI ItM M). ft. PIUS. big dou rm....In'IIllcll"' comb compony 301, Ho.tnornoPHI 5000 I21tL Woifssr Onion witby1052nd .... floor, ..1.1<. lido now II
A', in Dick SarIs Prjncn Hough University Realty Nico yard 10, chlldron. Ill momma lax in manag.rn.nt till 1 50011000" .I'k u. .w. y'. guoranlMl. whlto, blOCk 'In
:: NW Claw 4 alto ItrootOPIN bio girngi. Plrtpltct In limllyroom
until 11501011. *0 0.00 I I 1.00 .. ,
IIASON IPICIAL ,10'. ,.U F* M434hoiior : .
.. ..... COIlS DAily Sara Oouldrn' Horvoy Bunion Cm htnt 4 AC, PRICtO mi N Mom, it ,". 3724OT ing i.rvklng ", .rehand$ ,. Nov 10 wily' Living" room tin by 41000, SAIL's ,.. IecJ, _

C.II I71-IJ4I tr I7I-77W. 0. C. Gay Dudloy Oouldm RIGHT AND OPCN TO OFFIRStto TWO ID Dupln. oltc kite o..U. Ing ovollablg to quali'dd, UP GAl HIATIR .,.. our gilt 702 W. U.Iv. A... 3740521.CLOOI Ills CHIV.OLIT w.ul.nd. shIll,
toll Ill W. Unlv 374-1234: GOOD BUY ... P.44 llno", olet 54II. Earn whil. _.. nor.Oil "OW 01,11. lscspliwtUlly, cl.an.
:' .. p.rsoni you cyll complete O. 1044 .00411, $Pt't!; i .
PIR MONTH will' thin no'Mil. ,.. Dull..
moro ..,
10.1. ... or 37o- 'Inil.llollon, roody M hoot _
130' I ISO' .d 5 P Won.dorbul lean-e.c.li.n' opportunity ClIolco eI 0,1511' .I.nS..
pay principal, lot loin 4 Im 66'1.' 101. aM 1,1441.1.. oN for 14441 tolol CALL
.. lpnls'Suoy 10' I ylalpsooobng the i.rvlc. Walnut oo Mopuony.LIllIan' ::: I
OoSmonOIro3SI010mAlyonrown.. ....... hood "' ..... to gnl.r :. cool (only I III SJdownlBink MusIc $0100 1.63 IMPALA '. 4 .......
MI"'mum' 4000 .
AI.; .... NEW E2-:: lIholO '>1". 1..1 to Solos..vm. mont for bjtlnotl ......... ..27Unl. ] 47 H.u... for Rint 'u.. nation buiinMi. Contoct O'ANI L' GAl 1125 I, plAy 150100Automotive btl.rInq, 1,11.1, ,...,.
II Archo, .... CO .1111
fom. Good sytus.ii .. A... II .Inltroitoii UK Mr Henry DvLoach FR 2. : Call cIa tl 37MM7
_......,oed H.... J7Q-13II. I
MODELS 1 0P. houio fnr ..... loctt.d on 5H Ooaooo.s.se.dlcanstOlAM000SING 1157 CH'YSLI! IA4OTOGA
At-- .:: /Jrv/r''" (,. I ITS IIUL 55775. CALl.3Z:1.1. A rohlr 01. P.000et Os? 110150 wOo ,...... ....... C......$ CI.: I 440., h._. ,,, PS. 111. 0000own.
: .. 42 ,,,,,,. > A.roig. I proM, pricacy. Pill.. PS 4-IMP. SI M.rtjigi.gw 'lowsu 172471 Mr. Layton .'. 5320.
Now 0 .., .
,. ,. .
'" 00 M,. III.. .... Call 375-5270
LARSI btoullnil Ilkl front homt
oc' .. Dolly IOVlllogo Four lidroomi .." Tw. 100 ACII AANCH MO A. for SMALL dlicrlmlnillna ftm.IIV. WANTED = ".000 ons1niOt

.. ..... Gr.ih do "cln OMW A. I '. flood _rty. Poe 40.I .
I talk, 191)) NW. I7tliII. 341 ACU' 1100 A. Pint fllhlng from dock boal.how. ,

0-Il 1. lullt 196. Sm.ll$ Wy,. I. CIIIII HanI5. ..15 AC.n 510 0 A. .. wndKk, lummor .ftotiM.cllrui 5
Colonm sod
C. .. lontomoorirfItyMli A....'... II.w.... Houw It t..ull. Colt 372.11253 SERVICESHome
"'..... oo... Brick Sod 1101.$. Down ,.,.....,. ',Icd! tot 201 .. I. h' II.I GLADYS 1:12': W.'MITH.UO''.. 'I"LTO A.. fully .. ...... > bithi tInt h ,

."" ". I __.. I ,.*.. Quick Solo.Twg I 372-5311 low. living tliqint. Mint bt won I (I W.,.." t. lay
IJ 0' Ptmlly mml. I to bo opprtcltlld. CHI 4711341,
.. ..., All lAy ......1..." sod ..... Choico loll > 4 lidroom Modoli I In "
257 ACRES 1 50 TCC. I yrt old' w Low ..... l5OWAP4T5QAlt
tooGob koo.lowtlnilly Ironling .s llttl Strut SHADOWLAWN ... .. and ..llvtrdoilin
nil 24 mltot last If G. "' UI torolgn
ItndKlpodComplottiv Loc.,... NW of fjltnoivllll Pilot.II
"" ...
LookInfl ISTATISF. Cock fllhlng and .1,111.,, Will proof Mti and lOSS And BusinessAuto
fill 33, Av.nu.. In 1.11
.. oow ....,.0. for plnn on 13* Kroi: '
'0 ,. .... ..._"'... It... (., .,."", .., I.... O OLIVER barb wllh innml ptymtnli of SI,. on' boo I .lOk or by thu 100"" holt toliin.RfBIL _
Poll". PR 1.22245. PR '
owntr 4
'U"" 517111. NI II' lOIN. 50,5,1 ..0MU. tI... Look lit thot.l' H.I OPPIRINOIndlvldutl I 174 for I moro yoor. tip *:,.. 4.4711.iii STAMP
AvoWe .
I-" $1011. A...... Tar! ham. th.t would bo ondlnv.itm.nt Itylti For You 'In woodi. Promnomoiito. Prlc.od KTf W. Unlvonlty
I"" 'bIII.' | ln. Will glinnod, living ..... ., only 111 ptr oc,.. For dotolll ho.... tn NW JUt ..... Not Buy UMd PurcItb0000LooN Bulldozing Remodeling

"'.. T...... 371-7.7I trop.rty e Qutllly miltrlll, I 4 _,. Clll !" HOUM OMn Clll PR 4.4330: Around Your HOUH Por

...d'1lU1r. .,- clyd.d. maitdelp, University Realty 2 8R HOUSE call o'tir' 6 Odd *n IndtHAOSOCK SMALL 5541150011, 10.4.0. 11105
TKn. old mony. mort *rg.vtiloblt. BROTHCRSJ714I7S truckl. tIll dIOla. 11100 0101. Top DO YOU NfID Florid .room 0*
Ac.unouoi17ld11" 1111 N. Malt, It Ph. 1714331W P.M. No pe" Phong FR nr 4m.lilt, Alochu._ loll. Phont 372-_ ,.. room. m... room. roof work
::t .. 1114 to lInt InDI.
M Munrol. RooltorColl 6-42SO 0O may55 I oiaoplsno now ......,
.... : JACK Dl YOT. .. Wnt on N W :3tltlAvo in to MO mil lino troctlond of roiDoniltitllnglt 44 H.uiohoUl. eodiiTSMONi" Por S froo ......... 4 "' .,-
I.'. Rogntotod IroktrI2SN "port till Olon Iprlng .htoroKtlon > IM ScoOt with I br 1 b. IMALL HOUSI tor Mortgage Books toed wor*. phen. Cert C.

to I .W. llth SI.... |M tign" M itttPR Stol tint Invoitmont lob prlcod builntit, ptrion or tooplo doublTTiSTTriittroM: *._ I7M04P
.... J.O.... Rlllr.d prtftrrad. N. pill.ITM'M .
." .. to Mil Lot in vow. you Otis" ond bol ....1"... w hoodboord MORTOAol MONIY
: 172-251 >10 NI Klrh Avt .
: :: tin. pnworty kKOtld IWOr City Llk. nrw US Inlinri Oar Md, I" too cool "',_,. Term t* Roofing
I llmlll ol O4ln..vlllo.II lila 00.. 10. 31....". 15 won.
"'.. 41 H.,... for lout U"ho) ,". Soy BUILD
.."1. .. br IlosbI.No.01. ....... 20 CUUPRIGHT PT
niivill.'l! n.w.it .nd mottluiutl.u. IS Ac. wON I CIII C. L. HARREU
.... ... ..... iN-h-W-2TC-TioN-. IR.S.* P111351joncydltlorblly
II ... rd wool.II
'0'I. 1tiI .p.rtm.nt building ? ; i .,,,. 410105 00.. 1Im1l, "". .. $ Ouorontrod Dan Byrd Ph 376-3875 ContractorPor
.111"1 blob ......,.. III 371-1717 ill your noting MM and !*-
I.... .. tie Claw to Mnp c"'''' POll aod ..olsotI000al tI _..

I" .. 1twwmJi LAKESHORE Acm .,tIt I br ........ on gnodrd Kitchen, oqulp. J/2 1IS7.- I ..,,'.., llv., ...... turn. Roion.thit 10000105 "n. lorms 0. 16 poln, call M PR onyttmt 47741,

'h. MM ol tnwn-11 Arm Woo FbR RINT gold' ball saw coucl d.*" ncomolrl. > nor. Will' glMly" dlKuw. *t noobligation -_
,.., ,. ; ., town tovod rd. ...... 40Acroi. 1 u. I 1111.. cmtat Noatini .... molt wcrlluTnii Coll tomorrow
,.: Iii TOWERS will hoult W of town and olr" conditioning, Tills, homerudv 'IV S ..... P50000 P0 J. w ."..""CK. ...,tor Upholstery

c.., Tk. '.w... I IR. 1 /, roducrd prko lAc,.. 001 I. torMIKV Intmoll.l5 .000. M "4505 ir PR o-Tltl ,".. tl N. Mall. It .... PR tUt'

,... 0001 V. A. H..I. R..it thIs, Kurt 'In NW I PM UPHOIIIIR your fvmnvr ..4rOMon
IUb,. NOW LEASING both, sal flo..., corport, MARY MOELIER REALTOR locution tor lltt Mr ..... l.... PLAVHOUSI ': IMliving Polo I 4.NOIBRIAI ..,. prtco CHI lolly.FR .

dMo.' ...... niot. lull brick mHie. .loll W. Unlv Av* PR 44471IM .villibt" If mind' Act mw. ..... CHAIR, PHA AID CONVINIIONALDrinking IOR. 4-7W4 PR .*... 4141 0.01.
.11', ...dod lot ,_. Co. I3lh TorGorogo.
ISM )7J Mil Arnold Rtllty
.. Broottnt """. SUITs
.... .. Kroi, ......., I Wllll. 40 ant ,
...,"" .. NW. lltk '1. $14,000.1500h1' poonvt "pastors, lew ,...* only 'lilt W. Unlv. Avo. 174.1.14 "1110 W UI0lV "VI. PH. 575.3075P.

,ub' 'U.49 P.. HIS on 1001.POsOYCI MOROOM unnirmihtd ntvitI'S 39" GE RANGE Glass Doors
'hi. 4 *$SOICIATI$. ,INC. ptr ..... I In NW _,..... CollPr M. .. I C_. (oosPOIDYCI
_ox! condition' CoIl 1. ..... I AlSOC'1JU.' INe.
110'" 5041.100 ._. M... ...Ylllo.L. "\110 0005 0240 alyI '
10'01' 074 W. Ullo, 31"311 371.0714 l" r I 31 P "M.AIV 1"_" ......",...., 501.0005 OARAOI DOOR IPICIALIITImtollollon

.. .... .... two BMroom unfunllhtdtmno IQUIPMINT. tint WOlltvtothinotto. .Ic.u I ......... AIM _lie w. U",.. 274-121$_ : 4 ropiln. Hevlng:00ago
APPRX 4 ACRII owl wo04,1 ot IW por _".. CtaM ki. door trouftoof CHI .
,.... .. T... Your .h.... .( ... Wool building' slOt. Ntor t
'.0'..d'IUIII''' .. 10 ....." .homot, knckKingikirry ,. 'Ichml.37102t.Aeass.lmal.ly nig. *. Cm llnltorRoolly 2 BEDROOM houw $60 pormo ploy. IJl.IIIJ.T.A.G cnolr. .goto, ttorllltor' mltC.US t'-. ..PJ It..w PHI ,,ii PR tssg._ OTO.0,0-loll.NW 14th LoS 0. e. co.377-101.

sIy.o- II ocroo btoullhik'knido Clll 3767466. APrilANCISIOIIM Auto Equipment CIYS7AL cOO, WInO w.... Wow

110000 Oloiti tt'ti .... I laIN And Ouorontooda loot loll aol dl$0 Wl A.. CONSTRUCTION
t hoirwt N. I I
::: .. S Mv tim Ito.I0 I Homo N. W. I br Rofrlgorworg, tram 131 wf 500.0 Ip 51115. loaM us ho.s.Mognoli ,
: $9,000 to $30,000 :; 'IC'J0CK2 rolsallS 5
norm Hn Avo o>. Roogo* fnm Ut upW ', Spnlvo Wolin CoCII.
'hot .....'..., M loutn by Old" ..... MARY MOELLER. w_. from |,iO uo oich_, Riooir km Ill .,. 4.1 17M For Yiur Conttrvtllon NM
". ROM .... M. City ...... SOd lOll W Unlv' Avo PR 04471IIM I Drvon from \.. M wtikor. jockfc Hvdfiullr Fodory oultwlfod IOW H. PAftl IW30I
..v_ ...II.blt. UnunMily good NI ION ... -I IR McmfcTlMitit I PmdPrMlort tram OH voI Wliktr Nil. HOWf ADOITION!
IIpm .. I.. .. Ohhwomon' from Ml ....... Agont. HIII I | goIf.vlCI ..1 TELEVISION
I' loon"0,151"I S., 1.1.111. fonctd yord. 111 mo. ontmo voII 4 IUPPIV 1314 RIMOOIUNO IIRYICI
..,I.yror I. : .. .. No MorsDowrs TOM U. OSIINI. A..ltor ...... TV tom from in in Mall, PS P1410 __Over 3. .,...itperlonc.
I p.1.3203 Call. J7H4H1. PICIoI0 IUSIIOalO _'''. 05
LuXURY FEATURES INCLUDkiO lit. Nw im AvoPIl 072.1200CLIOANCO frond ComtrvcliM ... on Art
10,01 ....,...
p. Ptl II OilsllIMO
ttrn"IV on your lot 3:* ACO.II Ot 1130M Ptr ocrt lcd I M I bOON KOUM. M NW ...".... Voor 0001011 CIItr5O5I'
po, .... Swimming fovlO O $ttr.oflon Room ......... trort of T* Scow I.. _... ItroM, ijood kxotliit' Oppnrtunlty Ions .. now *UI...IMmNl .... manly ADVERTISE IN THE tV orr I tram- p>$05015boo.'llhorIM IS.IHl C_..,.. RoMnonlltl.Remodeling .
till A.rot .1 Pl.nl Gr.unl1 O Control last a total M 1400 01. loch oftroctl tOwel Mr ....ont for wtHtdodocruowicy 40,0 VARIBIY' I10RIt AddWon.
Iloms yoalod 00 000115
aloe M ........ on povod *.>. lfl ..04.RIALTOR. ....... It" SERVICE DIRECTORY 1.1 lo .... HOLTON CONST CO FR "tO"
...... .. I Contr.l Air Ctnt1.O O Loundry P..iliti.g Monthly' poymont.as ..... .......,m1y Ill mIMI 151.5.10 P010100'" 500NW
_... ION Aol Phono PR ""' 2. I TocHnkuoi wm H yoor. 00
sownat I I I 11 110200.1.
S.rf Lockon O Gorbog Drag Ckvti NnoN Aiac0000 aol l'PI mlitslrouo
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blOt .... loin. P mIblO snutt.oll of I 'SOC'4T'1o' INe. CilIlO .0 1105000. 125. Coast sod
p1150 e 3 lIon..,', $56.00 tho UnlvorlHyrick >. W. .,.._ ell". In 64540111 105-4315 5501 Approl'' :.rnsc, PAINTING Situ

ball 10_,. II. M. Moln' PR .. >14_ w. Unlv J7I-IM4 4. 50? timo .....

IJO' .. Sovor.l now homo. roody" .000. FOR lINT OR '''LI. I IR. .. PIBD >. AINOLO

..... PHONE 376.4456 ,.. ,,,,....,,,... ...u,.*<". ...... Mvttw>dinlng comb.. kit, I DISCOUNT ..ULlO.IIA" Hatblg 0000 'ItsOl. C'.00": ;P
320 ACRES bom. R eMted CC I. labs prlvfcWget. 5100 15 "PPSAl1salocs to. modoro wly ,
FOR PRIVATI APPOINTMENT $ ,...... 40.111 PRICES or lo* omoll CoIl Vt-911.'
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mIll Want Ads
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J| THE JAMES CO. Ill W. "..,... Aol. ".,. an-- MODERNPAINTING
124 Has, tor.k.1 woo tvttlvorod, tmcod Sod Two bIas,,... 01.10 II IcIlob aol W. urxJVi.il gvtrybody.HENORIX .
.... .. SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 IlL S DAILY 01 W.I... RdPh. creel P40114 plallit Sad 0.. Its. .410, onto.Ptooo CO.
SOd ... bongo MII100WOA. A Old 0010101. Mechi.e
::: 2JO S.W. 11th IT. U.L HWY. 441 ... 17L2S1T 5004 II on" $132 Per 0500 wIns FR 6.5724 FURNITURE CO Sawing Repairs

l.on.ngi 1724J44Ilyildon .._ c." UNPURN I IR from houM IM NW im .... ot lom it.AOVCRTIII Get Resultsr.
II....'" ANOLI RIAL IITATI NW lOIN Aol AvotllMo Ooc. IndIM CAU..IIO. MACM4SO 1111 Aovdtrui m nnIERVIC1
10''. .. ... Butler Bros. BUILDERS .f C. l. ..... BrMor. por mo. ..- VT49I 4 .
.,.. Kmgtborry Homo. O. \ Anglo. Allociolt. .... Mr*. KIM IT sow I.JI PM." .0l. 57543w. WI ItoIlt 5055050S DIRECTORY

...11.., 4404 NW I3lh II _374-Wl '.75Owl.7"effflt IIRVtCf DIRICTORY WIll Nsily 1aaaoOuak
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A.to...aal. hr bit l'-'_ ." fr Sport Cart I IT Airt.......iI..w.itt 4WANTED .

J9.' HRY>LU 51,12 .. .. POOlE.CABLE r
.rCI "" Value Rated
CRVU fE-H"d' 17U '
""j ... HP. 1134 ".0''.'' O" P11,41I
? M "*... Cal 7"MIt 4.1.5144. PmMrKHon oromHimruww CMsor....AI 21.12411.... Isrr.
Stilt _
{PM. ww will comwar lei .1211011. II M MOTORSDODGI.DUT Used Cars :
rep .UIC L.S. I
NLIP1., ,.. 51.4 I .5v._II."'T..... PORKHt.. IM* 01110r MUM.. BCG MOTOR CO.
Ml l COIIant 004. Clam'
sal Uttr His AIM' VM4 cart lap TRLCKSIH
::11..3129UPOlllnlONI tltaraini' bo4io4 VW M M. I1M. Can Rob 1.1 N 1. Oldlm.hil. I
41411 P511111e. V1-1ut.: _121.; law NI mn Pi, City .1 ht Ins. 1ft.G4 I 1 2001 I-W 13th Se.r II I
M. ,. .
Dooof P.lere: ?/ ; 0,. 1,110 pIn. 11121. .Met. 50 11.1 W 1.50155 1 last 51.111.wa.55 T -
MT 'u1I. tram 1 WI IW 151111 A. M Call PI ..
PI p| IOM a nt. 1aM/r4 M.
|t J RAMILIK........ AMUICAN 40,. 5.1111. 1.1015. S.1yd lr55P.1ts.Res. MOTORSOUR
car Auto. wcMiwt" Mr MCM t34.ll 1962 VOlKSWAGON inf. I I I "If you're
IMI POND ALAXII NO | Or. 4 OeM CoSit111till.. I
cyl. 10''' |3f j] Call Mt-nrt MkonIIO.VICI forbargains
Th M cars, CM III MM at m m N. MAIN IT. M wi I looking
N. Miln It C.ll
till FORD OALAXII m Silos, IN TNI I 7c f/ ,
1.tyl. "'T. WW. $114. 441st
12W II. 1717m G NILLEAUTO BARKLEY I don't millshoppln9

'41 PONTIAC. R' '1 H.TmnMl..11._ 4.111 5.1,4.10wyr ""0e"Ion SALES CARS ARE ARRIVING DAILY. COMEIN
will Call PR MOTORS"IN I us
3.1274 of'"4 P M. 1007 N. MU S. <
IPICIAL 1H4 ClmrtW as. tit THI AUTO CAMI- this week
comlltlOT, ,,I. MnlM .,..., CC Norttwantrol FloridaIndaoandanf '. lAIKlir'S THI NAM[" J
(ratio W MTV Mltll OWlty MM 1I
'long VI ptymonn, Clll il-l" 311. Dailar 2201 N.2-41TS M.Is SRFR I OF LATE wt'rt loaded with


TIME FR 2.1411. II j CompleteStock I MORE WHEN YOU BUY FROM THE But if you don'tlike

CourtoryOtUnbanrry I VOLUME DEALER BARKLEY our prices[

C........ i
tN.Mal.St. tt6thAa.tOMPLiTi of MOTORS. make uson:

1965 61. Chevy 61 .FoirloneIMAI ... ...... offtr."
SAVEI ". 4 S 1Od. JCII 5 tellS"
$1I54111. 4 Cyl.. s115 h....'.
._. .
;:c FORDS '...... "e......31aminiell. ..... .koeIP. $1295 :

..lvjint T-.1..... Mu,. $1595 '64 ENGLISH FORD 4 0rIS95S$ ( )

MILLER- t.... G.1.11 I.a, Lt..'., I 61 Mercury
@ .... mileage like new .
F.1,1. '
BROWN ..._.... Flconil w_"'.4455'Pt.t air 1Mrln1 t0, ..,: _

1030 FR 1-3511 I. V.I. 1.0 61, .Chevy 511110. III AI' .=.........1..22142...... Wte./l$ 'IMPERIAL I "fetS?.stear-

SHAWKEETER 1 'lea$1"295 $1295 ng, power bro..., radio and heater eir con

NOWG.M. ditioning. 16,000 miler balance $5795

AUTOM04ILIRIPAIIII. & I .f new cor werranfy. r.

O..w/ UM4 Can 64 Pontiac :,C555omet: /To 2 door, automatle
4HT MICH s. fWNCMalIn4 "
ANTWHimSOUTHIRN 4405?. M54q w ......,. 63 VALIANT tr.n.miI14QC
._......'.., 1101,1.wMm11.' p1 425.5 $1295 lion, radio heater. . It/J
AUTO is back in We mIN155. ,..ooe muSMt
lotaa ft I vlc4 238 W. Univ.r. production. planto 1451. 4oor
411 N Mau It. ty C-HRYS-LER automatic
ITt-llll break all used car sales records for $2995 63 tronimii-
Phone FR 61
6-5371 Chevy
I lion radio htattr, power steering. $| AQF
November by offering you the best 4400? .1451..11. VI. power brakes . I 07 J
prices and the best cars. 61...Rambler ;
woo. 440.1.510.1 I 63CHEVROLETh.TopV: Idifot'n.tie
TROPICAL PONTIAC Ill. .1,41/,1, ,.,., "., .''CO. ; .
GAINESVILLE'S I $1595 61 Rambler tronimlition radio hooter power
a oleo. alr _"1..1.... iteerlng. 13,00 actual miltt.htattr. .
2 door sedan heater, book $1195 ;63 CORVAIR
63 MG rose .4 dOO$4
63 Ford
I value $1495 Trap- FREE ...... .._. .. 395
leal Pontiac price only < . $1195 I I lop'. 4.r I..I....'"_.II. .
Galaxie' 500. 4 door ledan, I $1999 61 Renault _
radio heater, power K; emotictrentmi.sion ,
broker $495
steering power oir conditioning, II ,
blue and white, real eharp $14 Or I 63 Chevy II broktl, lharp.power. .steering. power. $1895
l4Vj) .
Tropical Pontiac price only I 1115.
=, t-"I: : 59 Renault
'58 PLYMOUTH 9poss.ngn Sport I I ........ 15411SW DwPAIM, '63 FIAT 1100, 4 door, real 1 $1
Suburbo" 4 doa, I $1795 W mileage. 1045
radio .htattr. power .tltrin,,
only .i. . $395 62 VALIANT':"'' door. hordtop.
61 Iranimiiilon,
1,1 63 Chevy .,Chevy II.'..... power steering, sir! conditionSlOOT
TropicalPontiac 11ps. 1 411 0,1,4/4.. 1155115. 4.lamallI I +Ing | 07J
1' 10.11' 11S101N1e4' 31510115,111, rail", eM
115111101115.. 00e. ........ I
... 4 do' CIolilc. eutt-
$2295 $1695 I 62 RAMBLER
motle Irene.
12-14 LB. THANKSGIVING TURKEY minion, radio, hooter. $1 1 095

_'_ GMC Truck Center I 51, Eng. Ford I 4 **" v20001 "tee

220 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583 FREE WITH EACH CAR PURCHASED i .61 Chevy, cU VALIANT metic tr.i.1JOnc
iI '..N..M55_.'Ie .'...f...tyllnMr..'..1.... $1295 million, radio, heater. . O/J
$1195 '61 V.200. --

RIDGWAY MOTOR COo '63 CADILLAC D.V/II., '59 BUICK Electro luxury. : I WEEK'S THIS I minion radio, hearer. : ; 995

Factory Air Conditioning, very lent appearance and condition 61 Chevy -
NOW LOCATIONS thorp $260 below reduced $200 for this 4a./a..utemll.Mi1Y Paw.' NNr. 61 RAMBLER .enan
TWO $4395 $995 t'o: ;:, SPECIAL I '
NADA book value. 10 Ie. .... h..,... M2154N11 rodie heater .soon'"x895

1131 300S. hardtop coupe. $1895 63Plymouth
MAIN ST. H.W. Ith AVE. .I 6 window 59 BUICK air conditioned '6'1 RAMBLER Am .
FR 2-8433 61 CADILLAC sedan, reduced '00" Purr. M00.. et. 4$695
311.3005II. $895 o.cf.
I ,in., '' 31514. erg .
..MILLS factory air conditioning white $100. 63 Mercury : = .
Rapt H".I .. Go 1..1/01/ ) H.,..... reduced $200 for this 1.11.. 1_. II....... pIt' m1N151.h.,.. 1.41' ....,.. -'
eeeil Ji......... H...... N.rd sale. $2595 -$2895 '6i RAMBLER :omeOle t'1rowiagii' :

Albert Plant,Sole M.r. '61 CORVAIR $2195 '
bucket lion, power steering power br....,
LOT N0. 2 .sedan Itoti, automatic fronimiiiion radio, hooter sir conditloninf $1195 I
lOT NO. 1 factory reduced $100 for this $1 -
1 QFalt. 64 TR 4 4doer.
'64 MG air conditioning, iparkling blut, ..... e,4 a 11a/N, 1115 61 Mercedes 61 PLYMOUTH stetlon
'57 Ford 5.don Low mlloago. Ik.'h reduced $200 for this $1995 _. 11II tranimliilon. radio, Wt.o", automatle
ton pck.u lana shill tola. heater ,ewer $
"' $2795
cos.. $1595 '61 CHEVROLET $2695 itttrlnf oct".117.000 mil... I 295

$695 held' I-"polo. hardtop tedan. Factory 60 VW '61 PLYMOUTH 4 door.tr.bm
59 CADILLAC sedan? air conditioning, power reduced 63 TR e 4 outetlc ; ';:
$100, for this $ I 1145 sion rodio. heater power cheering.
compare this price anywhere, : $1
63 RAMBLER reduced III. 1495 -2295 $1095 .1, "n4itlanlltl. 295
'60 Willys "4-Door outamo'ic tron,. $1495
mlll' ,. $100. : .t.tln'
FC Fairlano' sco w 61 PLYMOUTH :
$f79Slat. Sf<< VW
15$99S"v" 63 FORD w 'o ,
don V.,. foe. cylinder hoattr nke. 795

'57 CADILLAC Fleet. tory air i conditioning. Eiceptlonal 63 Nnple. Chevy 440 ........ 1121 $695

'61 BUICK I factory air conditioning wood., one condition$100. .reduced. $1795 1.11111- 00.1,00.31550.1.111.,pw.r. '60 THUNDERBIRD o h tr n'n'lpsien' .

SpSCI.I' 4-Door, radio, owner, laid and serviced by B6G, 62 Porsche .,.
63 Ford aril hooter, ..lion.Golellie I reduced Meteor $2195 power .ring. power breket, 1395
62 MERCURY radio, heater
hardtop. automatic 500 z.Cocw.trans.mQ4.On $1195 I $100. 695 lIelon.outlmotlc 1,4$2995

.od'o, and, 4.101... lian. reduced tronimil$1OQC$100. 1073 '59 THUNDERBIRD JS ran
Oir,, ,condtan'ng. power I hardtop. foc. 61 Plymouth :7 ?,
inG. "as. 63 OLDS .,+.malN 63 Sunbeam
'I55450. radio
61 Volkswagen I tory air condi- Crawl .. heater power steering, power
$2495 unf. ..tra. "ic.. rod tioning powtr. boauMul con 62 IMPERIAL horeltop .h.n1wH..... 55 ,1..F", AplIw. a S/N Nk.., .1", caltelitionill', reel .'''r,.1495 I
o oral lI.at. dition reduced tedon. Factory air conditioning $1395' $2195 II .

$1095 I $100. . .2795. cruise control. '59 PLYMOUTH 146 146doo' PYry a"'tn.nsmltsion ..

Reduced $100. $2895 ,
.'63 Rambler '62 OLDS sea sedan facTory 63 Cadillac.. radi, heettr-- 5957sT
63 Chevy VII" 1511450p

0l.4.dooI.a1. rod.o outoe and "'at.tra"',.. 4.Cocw',61 t"c Ford, tlat- full power air sold conditioning. and- '61 CHRYSLER lIelalt.Foctory ,At 00110,04'q 4410.. 5514140 $4495 ( CHEVROLET ::d0C' s.$"eltrcf

11105101 .adlo end 4.5.44. serviced by B fir G. One of the air conditionin'. Re- '
$1695 .v-CO n r/l/l iOn'ne. 11311. nicest '62 Olds $2395 duced S200. $1295 I $2495 60 VaulhaU lion < cylinder, redie, heater. 595

$1195 '61 OLDS 'Smatic .totiolt ,.,- 59 PLYMOUTH :.'.. 63 Ford .-$495- '59 HILLMANI ift7: ::. $395

'61 Willys Va. .utoVi, tranimitiion just .>erhtuled. Jl ... .-. s.1Ss.1t '
Pock.up. 4-wIto,1 drive' 60 Volkswagen rranimiiiion 4 new tins Reduced 1wN/Vniy '58 PLYMOUTH e '
51311. Campe" fully lCIu.pptd. good economy and $1395 :$100.I . $595 $2395 60 Fiat .II I asO39'5
performance. Mast. ... 4105. 'NIe tlon radio, htater. . '

$1695 .xro$1"195 IS hardtop ... '61 RAMBLERS: 1.1 -$1095 57 DeSOTO2'- "'' **.*. "'..
60 OLDS 63 Ford .
don power iteir. ttttion wegon radio heater treetnisIon. 'en
ing. Smooth, reduced vtomotic tronimitiioii. $ wean ........ 4, 0- di., hooter power tttering power
,61 Rambler 4.0rocIoo 60 Falcon and 115.,.,. $ioc $1195 Reduced $100. /7J :::: :=-:.::: 61 Austin .ro.... $495

4-Doe. "rod. end Motu $ Plenty of 'Inexpensive Good Cars /41Nr M/1 .
51 31. 5 95' Transportation $2295 $1195 -- -

$895 '$4 Volliwogon $400'51 Hillman _. $200
-- '57 Dodge S.deliT: $495 Seat J. I. SMITH, WILBUR $LIGH, PAUL
60 Lark -
58 Oldsmobile
Auonohc r tr.n5r d+. $350 57 Old.atebileC.upe.; $150
ATM'. low
._ '60 Comir ro.oo. '5$ Cadillac Coupe, air condi.tioning '58 old.iI-. Air BARKLEYMOTORS .

- 4' $695 . . $395 cendilionina . .$595 JONIS.HAWESPOWERS


'59 Chevrolet v... ........ t........14
..Door. ......... 14411. 4.0.$795 .- ...... B&G MOTOR CO.

I 2201 N. MAIN STo"In

RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. 2201 N.W. 13th St. FR 6.7515 The Auto Game Barkley' n. Nome'. 312,.. MAIN ST. FR 63400IS
fit 2-4JU-op.n Doily'Til9 Sun 7i'6 I


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j,4 Galtieivillo Sun Thursday, November 5. 19641 ,

-- I With Our Men in Uniform I

ISEEby Woodrow A. Ward, Jr., aviation Pvt Alvla U Adklnl, whose Mr. and Mrs. Lewis J. Klnzer 'ing In a joint Canadian US

I' eltctronlcs technician I I rmm -|wife, Cindy, lives In San Pablo of .Newberry, has begun basic training exercise now underway! Men's Shop

USN, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Calif, was recently assigned to training kt the Naval Training 'in the Atlantic.

Woodrow A. Ward, Sr. of Mlc-|the Kd Airborne Division at Center, Great Lakes UL Street Floor

the SUNdi anopy, graduated recently from Fort Bragg N.C. The nine I seek training In-I Jenny LindScholarship r

Aviation Electronics TechnH The 22 year old soldier a cludM naval orientation, history Y,

.. .. clan Navigation School at the cannoneer In the d I v l 111 o n st and organization seaman I

COURT Jill. Jonwo W Moyhw, 149 NW 10thTor Naval Air Technical Training Fort Bragg entered the Army ship ordnance and
"a..... W. W demoted PrMldlnfOt | .. .....,... 111.Robart Center:, In Memphis, Tenn. last March He completed basic gunnery, COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -
drill first aid and
..... military survival.
17 lfellgned D. C. IIM NW 4lh It Capital University baa begun
di written PUSS, ot gulllyi Pro.* driving on wrong akW 110. J a N. O Idwrang He studied the use and main- training at Ford Ord Calif f., .
erlcK W. Knapp 14a NW IJIh ...., IIleg. :mood. Jr.. UoIv .1ly: 11000,10. dr101p and was last assigned at Fort payment on a 113-year-old debtto
tenance of airborne communI-
.) parking, U Jeenne M. IMin i way on o ono-way 110.
lui NW Ith Ave. i""s1' Pklt 05 Harold D Laultor' 3770 NW ;;"oIIi,., mtoo cation and navigational equip- Bennlng, Ga. Robert L. Cooper son of Mr Jenny Lind, the famed
0dl NW >m Drive. o.wII..
Dorothy o. Meleom ITOt llghtl 111. \ Hullor, 104) "Swedish Nightingale" contralto !-
""' NI Uth Tor, Illagal turn 120. ment. Adklns Is a 1958 graduate of and Mrs. Clarence L. Cooperof
'SJhe.d'ule,:"loin: ICT NW ath Ave.. Joaaph I. Brown 14401 Unlvarjlry' notion of the 19th Century.
Jamal M I70w11, Illagal turn, lift Immo M .totAlathua Before attending this course Bell High School. Starke has been promotedto '

W ::rIHrr Cooper; "A.:(of IW Illegal in It Mrtll". WoeMnj. M"riomo I. Parvay dlKbavod, nil llraat IW morkor kid Avo4Irgal 110Lwlo II-. he completed the Aviation Familiarization Before entering the Army he staff sergeant In the U.S. Air When she came to Columbus] il',

sID raffle, 17 M. but i Prticritmen turn lift ',Oddl. llackbum, 714 School and the was employed by the Peninsula Force at Chandler AI I r Force] for two concerts In November.
J 1t Piece I l U Willie' NW Hh Ava.. M drvarl '- M
1851 William I
M"Mocitgomeryr IM'capy. Mocking Arthur L, Oraham, 14 'W Mn Avo.. allowing Aviation Electronics Fundamentals Engineering Testing Co. In Eau Station, Mina.Sergeant Reynolds. Capi-
M "' on vnauthorlnd/ paraon to drlvaIM Gallle tal's first president, persuadedher
School at the' center.ubIK. .
PrSPlnlado' ml N1300: Unny C. Lao HI NW Ird A..., na'valid I Cooper Is an electronic
drive "Illegal' parking. IS. Wendell WJonea. ,' oirtvar Ikanaa, at. 11._ W II..... ,OYok.. by Ih. Dnprlmn/ He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. to contribute 11.500 for
.. 4544 NW I3ln U, illegal, parklniIS. Kramlg, lOll NI mi It, violation 01't' lately nine ndEAl.I Ottis L. Adklns of Bell. computer repairman.The endowment of a Scandinavian
CHI Siam ', 1 Iftanaa I.i.
William C. Maw" Jr far raMrtttlom CO. Dorothy ;, .
Aral Illegal ....In.. IS DI....., I Dick. .. ...... UM NI mil Tor.. no voiudrlvofo jdrlvlng Polls O while' lueh lnlo>keled. II Mnd days A end I. I sergeant Is a graduate of theological professorship. In-

At sea Unewa. :MJ4 NW P. Heir inn..:III'. Hlegx Mona M Hall king Week I). 'rue* Ikonw W. .....IM.,, 171) NW 7th Avo.. Wed IIM or by H the days end driver1 Public Ikento lately Walter H. Canon, 22, son of Bradford County High School terest was to be for the benefitof

CCTI In* dt''".,. .", 17.M. CMeo O. VonOuyne ton rad /light\ .... N. mao .lallman 1711 Naomi Pord Deportment, 714 NW 7th Ave, drunk Mrs. Thennie Cason 41S SE needy Scandinavian students.
TITI Jr. 121 NI Ird .... otocklng' drlvmay NW lit Ava, ran root Ight. lift Gory .
D Meekb CMelaml' Mliy A. Clout, :1S14 NW nth '1., ran rod and. Hacker dlMrdorry. 111 III IW or Sin II daw.Avo., MkhoelH Illegolperking Ninth' PI, participated In exer Airman Second Class Oscar) Board minutes Indicate that 1 fli.: "
TII SilillorriTo. laity 0. Ho.od 411 NW llghl. lift Hanwl Hudion, M II .indPlato .. I I I 1y f
17 M I c. Bikes of Mr. and Mrs.
or day.Jamee
., mvMier. 510. Richer 0 rait root /HgM lift clses at Camp Leesburg, S.C., son
Avo noliy the I
:14ln P. Morgan. 111! NW Ith 0I.da .. $1,300 was loaned to 1' r I q 1'It
Imllh Jc, MN Anchor Rood, nol.. malt' 1 onar L. ,..,Don, ?3I NW Mth IIrad ? blocking' driveway. U or I .. JulianA In preparation for Exercise Air Thomas Sikes of 4311 SE Wood 't,5..' 't, i i ih nil "
PIM ton light, lift ftarald M Millar. Seminary which decided to appropriate
toT' JOM1'W. ,...1.,, 174 IW 17th Placeipaedlng .I,13751 NW lain Plop ran rod light" nolOvatfla lour. p.Iwo-D.1.N counte el Illegal. m parking NW. Illh 112 or It 7 Assault II, a month-long maneuver SI, has been selected OutstandIng the loan toward I tlmI l ,
N while til NW I. .
Jamei Imllh
W P Hit Avo, tpeedlng 1311111L Jamee H. Von markar. lift Marlon P. Wlnn dlioooyoduratl Jr.. doyei dllploylng wrong decol M or I being conducted In the Airman of the Month In his ment of $1,600 advanced to thepresident' 'i.Ih'I I.. ,illjlil I r U ii 1+
Danburg. 4940 NW wooding. ill.. JIll Archor .Road. ran rid light III dWANr.dO I. Roarlguei, M IW 71h ItIllegel .. tri-state area of Georgia, North Strategic Air Command (SAC)
5'At Idwerd I. Olueck. 414 NI Sill Av. Jarnoi O Harmallng ,.I7 NW 4lh Plata/ earning. u or I d.... wllllemH salary. Now, at this
VS'eddenoerry. ton root light lift Harden 14 NI 4th M Illagal' NrNI9. Carolina and South Carolina, to unit at Blythevllle AFB Ark officials feela
"wSlete late date! Capital
IW I?* ,. ,
til ,
lam .
N. IM NW inti Itan ; I .
U Herbert A Dkklneon
AtM : 11/1/10.J or doy end Nov. 11 I
IC.. uaedlng' 110. P.ooen P. Z'nl, J7ArcherOloed nod Oanial' T, MclntyroII II, 4004 Hume Hall no heMllghti or Airman Sikes, a communications oncHvery-four-years scholarship +
careleu dnWln/ IU SaN NW Till It.: ran rod light. 110. oiakorl : I .... W.".. A. Woodward, Rt, 1Illegol i Cason and other members of| center specialist, was A s s
,rl K. Ralley. Murphree Area cerelfei W Leonard, IWO W Unlvonlty Avo. .. to an entering woman vocal
turn 17 M or I I ,
hi driving 121. Oeorgo H. Turner. 111 NW ran rId Itght, 111, G.I M. rOnN.lty : Jams L. Cooper IN: Soy NW ISM AvoIllegal .. the 48th Transportation Croup'i chosen In recognition of his I student would be the best
50N A Illh W Wood H. carelen 1000' NW driving.Km A.111... coroleelIrlvlng Prancll 105.P11111 notion, dtMbayod atop "Ion. I, Cheitnut paeelng III,no II or NW II llh dayi Avo. Char., ran let I'Headquarters Detach m e n t received .I conduct and duty performance ,way to set things straight.ACCUSED .

HI I. Dunning TIT NI Ird Avaalgn .. red light. 111 or I ..... ipeedlng IM training as ntutral l He Is assigned to the (7th Bomb
M: tine .R. tpreiil. 1491 NW till II earekni a t e' I n, 010 Ann.lt. T .
or II doyo Mildred K Hero.
driving, Ul Oerolhy L. Mover, V* = 2201 N1111 1dloboyed .I 1011 NW forces to provide support for Wing
Illh It OF
k '' 121 or 11 d.
11 Carry village' tareuna driving' HI ...., W TrM0 Pn.tarnlty Hove T. the
HII John L, wiikmion 4U 11., cerolaeceVlvIng > Row. dlaoboyad Hot .,,,,, 110 Arthur 127 North Hell ipeedlng combat forces The airman Is a graduate of
/ US ..rl: Holt, Haw I Marry H. Ililar, lilt NW or I derive ln.m-1 It' A MURDERSpanish
IIa irurm. following too : IISM aoaadlng/ lift Cloro, P. Whltlno 10th 1411 Ava NW, Abdulla.. brein. US or ,I slyp.y, Alan. .R communications specialist GalnesvlU High School. Bold or Shadow-Toned in the
n 121 IW Ml* It iteoalgn In the detachment Ca. li of nut
rd I. Choele linili Improperlenoociange Sod II, _I... 111 Blor 0 n Mou nomy
a 1 US Imett I. Doorlng J,.. Sylvia' N. Hoiklnl' 1197 NW tin Avapaadlng ., II days lumen A. larrlnglon ii
ornamental again
Hewlhorno. regularly stationed at Fort
ran rod light IISor t tEustts I Interior I NEW
111 Jourh 11111.Ulurl to yield rlgrit eH lit Clllford P. Hurl lit NI II II Lennon J. Moore Initrumontal
i4a woy..UI. Quincy K. Oraham. 170) NW md It. apaodlng, lift .Roy I. Crantnaw,, days.Wall.. 0. Lap. Va. communications technician occuied of being
lot Tor. cerelm driving 111 Wellon/ 3100 NW 4lh. II.. opanllng 111. Paul 1,, .,. Ardlar Imoroo.r In lIre doom of treat Protectyour "AM"DRESS
A .AAcMullen J,.. II""I7 HIII'n, ...Ploco, Hodwck. Rt I. ipaadlng, III Paul H US NW.11 itth Or It II, no'y._.1.Hon'U' or N.1 M"t'.....'.. His father, Henry Cason, livesIn third class USN, son of Mr. troti from tin killer,
failure to yield. right. ol way Hayt Ol IW Oaoot Ava .ipaadlng' til, Dalleo Wllllamo dot NW lit It, drunk Sanford and Mrs Alexander M r of Colt FA 6-2661 for fro* In.
A Mlllord H Rrooki Wl NI IMh Ploco Loins H. Tiylar J,.. UM II ink IIipaadlng "' Wt o o e SHIRTS
Sllure lo yield right ol way. 159 Nemant III. C. .11- tpection and eitimatelONW. .
70C I
Cannody -bond ,., ,. 921 Ninth Pl. Is presently
Ioltu "! Leonard M Vlncentl SW .
Pletchar 1220 NW lit II failure to NW lain II ipwdlng, lift'
yield'" right ol way UO. Oeorgo W. Pork -Mntancaoi Harry J. Irumon. Thonvivlll. ... 111 NW.R. Win Ave. Illegal' perklno. Airman Third Class Willie L serving aboard the anti submarine 53.I3I5A
A or.way Newborn III.1II.'on', tallvro I* ylel* right ol '., J O,>.,. 1334 drunk OS or II day, W.MBllhop 1, Avo.r larry drlvlnM RlMnbaro 0 1..1,10105 lug or.IW.. I1h II Holmes Jr., son of Mr. and support aircraft carrier I .If by
II Inn Lana
I. Tale Jr, m NW "nd Avoncktaw .. cone..... ..._ II days and gat carryJx or It I Jam W. ,Klrklnd" .. 524'11... I... Unlvaa/ly Mrs. Willie Holmes Sr. of 2009 USS Lake Champlain operatingout ;+oNnaa.r.1..1.a
A driving in ,
II 7
C.llura hi Ylad ni.hM wry 121. law _.. Rmi 5007 HEUSENT
days Rooart J. A VAN
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Ave. has
Apt C Eighth
,, IIIviolation
pule L. Cow IIID .1 12In a c a known. drunk. III or II day. J.",.. MNam drw. .. of Newport, R.I.
driving '21. Horold IrovmNawoarry IM: NW Slid IU drunk, ill or IILutlui ;{ ol Y Ikemo '''' ''ellon.. the technical training I 16th Aye., FR '-.2d"I
driving wMla biloiUatM IIM d.... 1710.Mlch..l Lake Champlain Is participat
and .".1_'. lie.... tuipmnad, I K r 0 onwiHw. Killy. M; NW" Tih Ave. OKOPI III.W. Slater truce, A.IB*loll NW. leil Ith NW Itweeding. .. course for U.S. Air Force sup Van Heusen used a new process to make

A. P,aaa honoring Wllllo' A.on Kally unllcamad I4U dog NI lilt IIIKatiort 10 It,dayl drunk. Wallace WO or II Wllllami..."., L. 707 C. Thamai II tin, 15th trice Avo C. ..Themee cereleeo, I?driving. ,,01. h.. ply specialists at A mar lllo the "417"a long wearing winner. And it's a
0. M Mr. }M Thruilar Hall "] NW ,tll ...... na d,"' '''. Ikania\ Lydlo" J. Adame I no decel 15 AFB, Tex.Airman EARL C. MAY
no klcyclo light U Richard W Wall at d.... Odal Parrlid. lOt NW Till Av..,, decel ... UM. 1C IJfh It, no soft shirt. too never feels stiff or
4 I
: meat C Render, 11 IW Holmes I
X* Ulh Ird '
4A 5NW It m blcycM light IIWllllo drunk and dlHrdarly U] or II doyii I was end WJ.
L. Irooki.drunk.hf73.III NW Illly Ills J.Ava Milliardtuwihorno 5ry.
J. c. J......, 41 f NW list A..., drunk. 110 A. .llhulttieli 441 NW Mth .II veedlng. Annette Force accounting procedures, Is ; stripes in a range of fashion colors."ContourCrafted" .
K. hill, Hi, 1114 NW 4th Ma no Representing
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coo .
US .
or II
A. 1Iu1:1t11: tarrying I /05 Hrlvefl llcenet Peter A Croelend, :MS being assigned to a ) for the
tarrying a concaaad waep0n110.Je..9h ...._. 131 or II d.... Arthur Oraham ''NW Strategic neat
let r
It Illegal .rill.. Th. life
Marry P Equitable
P Oaa
HI J. drunk 111. 411 IW Ith Avo. patty torcany, II dull, Allan III. 411 Soil Air Command (SAC) unit I at -
A an grad) y, oodraH unkrwwn OuflkHO and US or II dayl. Claudo .R. 0)M, >|. Robert I. Illegal parting Assurance Society tailored look and just $5
., Hill 11I1.mfltoPit\
JnilO L ".n, NW Tttl A.. 1417 II itad Avo.. driving whlla Inloil- alert Forbes AFB, Kan.
drunk and dlwroarly. IN fdward J. Alfred I. Rodrlguoi, 21 IW 7th It, H. of ,he United" JtotelHan
ply II
0,... III NW Jrd A.... drunk. HI driver 'Hcanw.y.. nl and list II or M dayn M Ipa/ Nnkl990004 | The airman Is a graduate of
A. Ilia M. Wilson. 1101 or davi. not ,ulI", Herman Davli. 711 Office No* York,
... NI 7ih Avo dii- Loin' T. Praadman, 400 NW Tttl Avo. SI tlh It. Lincoln High School : -.1
petty larceny ejerte
"" conduct tin IvangtHno P. O drunk US or 10 ..... Arthur W. Hall N N.Y.
,. P,hwr III' I. wllv/ larcwy IIM Norma Jr.. m II 4th It, driving whllo .Stance.... Jewelldlne Rt t failure. to yield right 01 ./
M Saul. J tmlth, 1171 II Una Phone FR 2-1576
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