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: August 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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This Week

-- VietNam Bolita Racket in Area
By CLIF CORMIER, Son Education Writer

'Nearly:22,000 eager pupils ,will troop in to classrooms when LeaderAiling

schools In ,Alachua County open their doors for the 1964-65 school
year'tomorrow and Tuesday.

?.K. Yonge, Laboratory School gets the jump on the others tomorrow
when its 960 pupils:answer the opening day bell

Tuesday, the 33' public schools in the county and one private
school St. Patrick's Catholic School, welcome back their pupils. Hit by U.S. Agents
Teachers have been on the job since August 17, making up I

schedules, checking in books and supplies and brightening up Acting>< Premier

rooms for, the new pupils,they'll greet.
Two ,new schools Myra Terwilliger Elementary School and Idyl- Takes Duties
wild Elementary-will admit their first pupils even though car- Up r : ?
penters' hammers may still be heard applying the finishing touches. SuspectedHead
SAIGON, South Viet Nam ; kr
,Supt.E. Manning Jr. said the two new school buildings have :
(APA civilian with close
not been accepted from the contractor.
links to the United States took I IiAiI of i
"Workers are still putting in some finishing touches, but I j Ring
don't think the situation will be intolerable for the teachers and the reins Saturday as acting :
of South Viet Nam for
pupils,Manning.saiL _ premier ArrestedByJLMMCGUIRK
He said work in the cafeteria was behind schedule and normal two months. I IE

hot lunches may not be served for the first two or three days. The government said that

Final ,enrollment figures will not be known until after the first Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh, the

week of school, said Don Allen, director of instruction for Alachua leader since January, fell men- And BILL HAGERSun

County Schools, but he said it was a good bet that the new figure tally and physically ill under Staff Writers
will top last year's 18,808 the strain of a week of rioting Federal revenue agents stag
He said, until schools can count heads and clear names of pupils and was under medical care. ( : ed three bolita raids in Alachua

who have:moved' from' school- rolls no accurate figure can be de- In the sixth government County yesterday, a r esting

termined. change in 10 months, Dr. Nguyen _ three persons and cracking an
But there's no doubt about the number'of teachers now and this Xuan Oanh, a Harvardeducated alleged numbers racket centered -
Is a switch. Allen laid 850 teachers will be on hand for the first economist, assumed tem- in Gainesville.

day of school, an increase of 50 over last year. porary leadership by appoint- Acting on information fed

(See SCHOOL on Page 2)) ment of a military triumviratethat them by a confidential informer

was established Thursday.Oanh rM Internal Revenue Agentshit

45, stressed at a news :
conference that it was still a The "Tippin Inn," a storeat
Khanh's government and he had 1111 SE 7th Ave., and a next
no plans to reshuffle it. : door barbecue restaurant at
SOME.RELIGION "He is still the premier," 1101 SE 7th Ave;

Oanh said. "He is incapacitated.He The "Magnolia
is not well." tavern in High Springs;

OK IN SCHOOLSTeachers Troops in battle regalia main- :. The private home of /7 7J

tained a tight guard around C 'L Thomas, at 4150 NW
Saigon and other trouble spotsto Thomas, a 47-year-old I

will not be required to read daily Bible prayers this prevent rioting that has been -L\ \ employed real estate agent

year, but otherwise they may have a wider latitude in the teach almost unchecked for a week. described as the head

ing of religion. At least nine persons perishedin v- Qp "banker" of an illegal

Florida has a statute on the law books which required daily Bible the rioting, two Friday, and operation that extended

reading in public schools, but the U.S. Supreme Court ruled it un scores were hospitalized with ;'i area that includes Lake
Trenton Fort White

constitutional.Last spring. after the ruling, schools adopted a wait-and-see injuries.Oanh comes to the fore appar- Springs, Gainesville t-
thorne and Ocala.
policy, and teachers continued with their daily prayer. ently with full approval of the IRS said
agents they
But a recent state attorney general's ruling has "upheld" the United States which is pouringmen

Supreme Court. Atty. Gen. James Kynes, in a letter to State Supt. material and money into ,....-- ---" .. his Thomas home.as he was also
Thomas D. Bailey, said the ruling by the high court does not for- the war against the CommunistViet They ;
bid reading of the Bible by individuals at schools when carried out Cong. Betty Jean Trice shown awaiting hearing on illegal gambling charges yesterday.At Negro woman at each

voluntarily and when not conducted by teachers.But To many American officials, right, Federal agent E. L. Richards inspects gambling materials seized in raids two The business sites they
schools need not be silent about God and teachers are not known here. women are Mrs. 2)a
Oanh is
affectionately Jean Trice 28
forbidden from teaching the role of religion in the history of the This is the proprietor
Jack Owen. a play on Magnolia Gardens, and
nation and the development of government. +
similarity of pronunciation of
Holmes 21
an employee
However, teachers will! not be permitted to expound on dogmasor Oanh and Owen. Oanh speaks Tippin Inn.
beliefs. ;
fluent, American-style English. All three were charged
(See RELIGION on Page 2)
Oanh returned to South Viet failing to register with
Nam before President Diem ternal Revenue Service

was overthrown and slain in the gamblers and failure to
Dynamite coup of last Nov. 1. federal gambling stamp.
Oanh had been away for 16 Federal law does not

years. He received his doctoratein gambling illegal, but it
economics from Harvard 10 quire all persons
Rocks Lauderddle years ago and from 1955 to 1960 A- 1 register and buy the

was an instructor of economicsat erating a lottery does

Trinity. College, Hartford, state laws, but no state or
FORT LAUDERDALE (AP- The construction crew was authorities were told
One hundred sticks of dynamite about 200 feet away in the open 1I--'t ., \ ..h1-i .. raids.

exploded in the back of a pickup field when they saw a bright fire Sidney Thomas, charged as local bolita kingpin, lives in this spacious, red brick home. (See RAIDS on Page )
truck Saturday, shattering win- in the back of the truck, fizzling \R4ia0

dows for half a mile, tossing the like a railroad fire. They said

cab 200 feet in the air and rain- they started running and got far Campaigners Relax But Not QuietlyNo II

ing shrapnel for several hundred enough away to duck the shrap- ,
nel that bombarded the area. -

feet.No one was hurt. The nearest than The a shock mile wave away.was Several felt more hundred + t" et Smear, Says LBJ Barry Cites Viet Namthe

thing to a victim was a mail-
windows, which had withstood NEWPORT BEACH Calif. boat
man three blocks away who was Hurricane deo bro JOHNSON CITY, Tex. {AP):-. the Johnson and the Humph and dictated ashore by
struck-by the hub of the wind ken. were President Johnson said Saturday reys arrived. The President had (AP) In a slap at President radio telephone.

shield wiper. night he expects "a long and taken his running mate and Johnson's foreign policy, Sen. Goldwater said there are trou
The transmitter of radio sta- rough campaign." But he said Mrs Humphrey for an evening Barry Goldwater demanded Sat- ble spots all around the world.

The truck's transmission was tion WFTL, 400 yards away, was s. he "will not indulge in any fearor boat ride on Granite Shoals urday that the administrationtell He quoted Johnson as having

driven four. feet down into.coral ,knocked out. The station re- any smear." Lake 40 miles away, and got to 'the nation "just how deeplywe said the United States has 120
rock.. The cab ended up acrossa sumed broadcasting on auxiliary have been involved in the
The President and Mrs. John- his birthday party later than foreign policies one for each
canal 350 feet away. The,hood power. rioting and nation it and
son appeared at a barbecue given expected.The runaway govern- recognizes demanded
was found 250 feet in the oppo- Doors and windows at the station by friends and neighbors in mental musical chairs going on the President spell out

site,direction.Klirnslicliev. were also caved in. f nearby Stonewall to mark Johnson's Gillespie County Democrats in South Viet Nam." each of them."Whatever.
The truck was, luckily, in an provided 6,000 pounds of "
56th birthday. new civil strife wrackedthe they are, Gold-
field with structures beef for the barbecue.
open no Flanking the First Family on Despitethe Communist menaced South- water said, "it is becoming
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closer than block. The explosives late arrival caused by the
GRAY a makeshift stage set up in a rodeo east Asian nation, the Republican tragically apparent that very
used in the boat trip the Johnsons and the
were being construction ,
Hits China's arena were Sen. Hubert H. presidential nominee few of them are working In the
of marina the Humphreys committed to
a near were !
ToHeadUnitefl .Humphrey of Minnesota, the declared interests of peace or freedom.
Broward Cbontjr Port Authority show up at the barbecue. .J
War Views Democratic vice-presidential K:: The events of the past week The senator said, "We at
reservation. <; '
... '-" candidate, and Mrs. Humphrey. And the delay in their appear' Gave made a mockery of the home as well as those whose

P FundDivision Humphrey made a speech too, ante had no effect on the pro' tempt to avoid aH questions regarding lives are on the line in the battle

Slovakia WHERE TO and he brought the bill country gram. The first order of busI- foreign policy. The area itself should be told just

Texans to their feet with a folk- ness was to consume mountainsof questions are being asked how deeply we have been involved .
: shchev condemned Saturday sy praise for the local sunshineand beef, ranch beans and home- around the world. The answers in the runaway rioting

Chinese dogma that only war FINDI'F the local peace crop. made bread. Long lines formed must be given even though they and governmental musical

: will achieve world communismand Henry Gray Jr., Gainesville Gillespie County Democratswho for, these delicacies, served by prove politically embarrassing." chairs going on in South Viet
Area . . . ID has been named
said, "we cannot imagine attorney, sponsored the event, esti National Guardsmen in uniform The Arizona senator fired off Nam.
., Classified . 4D-9D chairman of the United Fund's
Communist could "A full frank
that society revelation of
r mated that 4,600 people turned the statement from the 83-foot
Comics . . 8C
'' Commerce III Division for the
be built on the debris of civili out to welcome the President in yacht Sundance, cruising near just what our Viet Nam policy
Markets . . O5 coming UF drive. Johnson and Humphrey, the
: zations. this normally Republican area. the Santa Barbara Islands. It actually is would be welcome,"
j Movies . . 7C General Chairman Keith Aus Democratic vicepresidentialnominee
Khrushchev lashed the Red Obituaries . 2A tin said approximately 10 per Johnson, who said it had been spent what was officially has been his vacation head- Goldwater said. "It is long over-

Chinese for sowing doubt and Opinion Page . 4A cent of the United Fund total 'an exciting week and that it was '' described ''as a relaxing quarters since last Tuesday. due.

distrust in the socialist countries Sports . . O1-O5 comes from the commerce di- "nice to end it here at home," day, touring the ranch while Press secretary Paul F. Wag-
and said "they will not Television Logs ,. 9C vision. delivered a rambling talk without their wives sunned themselvesby ner relayed the Goldwater 20

live to see the day" when they Women's . 1 B-6B The 32-year-old Gray head notes. the LBJ'swimming pool, then statement to newsmen waitingat

: can split the Communist move- ed the 1963 March of DimesSee The barbecue bad been In heading for the central Texas Newport Beach. Wagner saidit CHEVROLETSWANTED

,, ment. ( UCF on Page 2)) progress for 2H hours before lake country. was written largely aboard

II I Nights of Rioting in Philly Negro Sector Mr. William placed ad in the the Terry Gainesville following of Gainesville classified Sun.:

I 1tS7 Chevrolet y\9 4 dr.. A. Theater .
PHILADELPHIA AP) Police keep people off the streets. It will be.in effect 24 hours a comparatively minor incident whit walls excellent con

:. radio broadcast Saturday Streets Ordered ClearedAs Earlier Saturday, Mayor day till further notice. Two 'policemen; one Negro, dition. Call 374-4022.

: night five or six shots were James H. J. Tate issued an em- Thirty five policemen and 117 the other white, attempted. to
fired on an intersection in a ergency proclamation orderingall civilians were injured during arrest a Negro woman. They Mr. Terry received 21 calls on
300 Arrested the rioting which began around his ad and sold the cor by 8
: strife-torn section of North Philadelphia Injured, unauthorized persons off the claimed she had punched one of the first day. If you have
10 Friday. p.m.
: as Negroes continued streets in the area where more p.m. them when the officers tried to a car for sale advertise it in
: looting shattered stores and harassing snooting. radio reports of policemen be- than 100 stores were looted and Arrested were 102 adults and move her husband's automobile, the classified section. Remem.
: police sporadically with There nearly 300 persons injured or 5 juveniles, all Negroes. which intersec- ber there are 20 people still
was no immediate reports ing shot earlier, but these was blocking an looking for a cor.
: brick throwing and window of anyone being hit. turned out to be unfounded. arrested Friday,night and early Most of the injured were released tion.
smashing. Saturday. after treatment in hospital Economical Sun Want Ads
: Reinforced policemen, num- Destruction of trolley cars wards. Bystanders intervened, at- work hard at such low costs.
: The police broadcast at 10 bering some 1,400, appeared to also was reported.A Saturday night Tate went on emergency One policeman tacking the officers, who radi Place your family went-od on
said only: "29th and Norris suffered a skull frac the 6 to 12 day low rate plan!
i p.m. have the situation under better group of white and Negro television to urge cooperationwith
I -flve or six shots fired." control than Friday night when ministers, dressed in full reli- the proclamation -issued ture.It. covered Call us Monday 3729441.

: It 'was she first time in the rioting first broke out in the 125- gious garb, began riding in po- under an 1850 I law'which subjects was'first major Negro disturbance focal point a 20-block business

two nights of disturbances that block area. lice cars through the area. They violators to_a penalty of up in Philadelphia this district around Columbia Avenue Proof of RecufoSchool

there had-been, any reports atII There were at least two police hoped the sight of them would to two years imprisonment. summer and. erupted over 'a extending to Broad Street.

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2A Gainesville Sui. Sunday, August 30, 1964 -

More AboutReligion Late MondayFor
Weather Roundup Registration

Cleo Loses WeightSAVANNAH Littlewood School

Late registration for Little-] all new students. J

-iIr' wood Elementary School students Supply fees are payable during ,
Ga. (AP) -I sea north of Jacksonville late Charleston, S.C. No serious in-
I From Page 1 is scheduled for tomorrow' the registration. (
Tropical Storm Cleo reported.
once a Friday. juries were II
between 8:30 a.m. and noon. Classes begin at 8:20: a.m.
hurricane that thrashed the Floridians began to clean up,
I Much of Florida's east coast the will Bailey has issued the follow Children not previously regis- Tuesday, and parents are askedto
Caribbean and Florida with and for many job be !
winds of more than 100 miles an which Cleo swept has been heart breaking.It ZONES ing recommendations to the. tered at Littlewood must be accompanied -. plan their children's arrival I
made eligible for long-term, counties by their parents.i for no earlier than 8:15 a.m. "
hour, drifted northward along is estimated that Cleo destroyed A: Clear to partly cloudy through % : I
low-cost federal loans becauseof Sunday night with Isolated thunticrshow IMam Nm Students already assigned to the I Parents also are reminded no
the Atlantic Coast Saturday.The between 25 and 50 per ers. High 88 to U. Variable winds 5 -That teachers teach about be available &
to bus service will
the disaster. school not required
to 15 miles hours are .
Weather Bureau said Cleo cent of the state's grapefruitcrop per -'
([underlined) religion with re-
BCD: Generally fair Sun- attend. I to Littlewood this year.
was disintegrating rapidly and Most of the damage was re- 10 per cent of the oranges '
88 to 92. newed emphasis in the develop- of children who at- session kindergarten
day. High Westerly Parents
no longer posed a serious threat ported in the "Gold Coast" region -and whole fields of vegetables. '
winds 8 to 15 miles hour. ment and understanding of tended Littlewood last are classes will be dismissed at
from West Palm Beach to the per year
to the mainland although heavy Damage along Georgia '
" E H Generally fair Sunday. High moral and spiritual values.In '
: classes
the teachers 10:50 with afternoon
rains would occur in some areas Miami. Cleo raked the area with coast'was slight and most of near 90 West and southwest winds Ito requested to report to ,
But there 15 miles per hour. evaluation of indicated on the school continuing from 12:30: to 3 p.m.
through Sunday.The winds up to 135 m.p.h. this was caused by water as F G I: Partly cloudy Sunday with H\5. the t ext-
storm left 138 dead in the was no loss of life in Florida.A heavy rains fell. Up to eight widely scattered afternoon snowers. books and courses in history, walkway bulletin board. Grades one through three
Caribbean of rainfall recorded High 90 to 94. South and southwest. literature, art and music, con- New pupils are to report to will be dismissed at 2 p.m.-
and caused more tornado spawned in Cleo's inches were winds S to 15 miles per hour.J
of the : Generally fair Sunday except sideration be placed the the principal's office for direc one hour earlier than last year.
coast on
than $200 million damage to turbulence early Saturday dam- along some areas chance of afternoon showers mainly con-
Florida before moving out to aged about 10 houses near within 24 hours. west of the populated areas. High near tribution made by religion in tions. Report cards, birth certi- Grades four through six will
90. South to southeast winds S to 15 ... "( ,
miles per hour. ., shaping American culture. ficates and health and immunization -will remain on a 3 p.m. dis

K: Partly cloudy Sunday with few records are required of missal schedule. I
scattered showers. High 90. Mostly WEATHER -Include instruction in comparative -
southeast winds I to 15 miles per I
Prison Terms Probations hour. -Municipal Airport readings religion or the historyof More About ;
ALMANAC Saturday: High 90 at 3 p.m., religion including the historical i

Sunset today ................ ':56 p.m. low 72 at 5, 6 a.m. No rain. qualities of the Bible.
Sunrise tomorrow.......... 6:05 a.m. TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE School
Moonrise tonight ........... 10:40 p.m. High Low Prec. \
Meted Out in Circuit CourtA Last Quarter ................. Aug. 30 Jacksonville 33 72 26 Alachua County Supt. E. D. I
The bright "star" nearest ttIe Moon Miami 89 78 Manning Jr. said copies of the
tonight is Jupiter the largest planet. Tampa 88 78
Jupiter Is now nearly stationary among Atlanta ... 72 attorney general's ruling and 5: FronuPage 1
the stars of the constellation Taurus. New Orleans 93 69

10-year prison sentence was Negro men accused of robbingthe charged with breaking and en- CEDAR KEY TIDES New Boston York 91 72 tJ 60 .03 Supt.going Bailey's out to recommendationare all the princi- Ordinarily, Allen said,';. :: RalphBJdunt, Myra TerMicanopy- I J
defendant Durrance Grocery in Archer tering, six to 18 months in Ap- Sunday High at 5:49 a.m and 1:09 Washington 16 70
imposed on a Fridayby '
tional teachers Stake P ine
p.m. Low at 1:20 p.m. Chicago 74 67 pals. car ;.]Sc Bw ,
Circuit Judge James C. Ad- Nov. 23 at shotgunpoint.Three jalachee Correctional 'Instituion. Monday High at <$4 a.m. and 10:10 Kansas City 91" growth are not added until HiJ hy Sister Geraldine,
kins, who commented that if a men in the store Jack / p.m. Low MARINE at 12:<< FORECAST a.m. and 2:54 p.m. Denver Ft. Worth 94 80 51 77 "It will be left 'up to the in the first week of school.: Pa1ricKs; and Charles A.

man cannot be saved he shouldbe and Joe Durrance and Gearry EAST GULF: Northwest to west Los Angeles 77 63 dividual schools and teachers
they already have Yonge.
Rudolph Knight, 59, Negro, winds 10 to 15 knots Sunday. Fair. Seattle 65 54 .06. year .
kept away from society. Durden were beaten in the rob- convicted by jury Aug. 10 of to work 'out," Manning said. hired and assigned. *,"
Ulie Boyd 30, Negro who was bery. More than $300 was taken. reased emphasis on the
released from pirson only last Five Negro men are sccused possession of moonshine whiskey More About He added that praying will no Classroom loads may be ,inath method will be
five years in Florida State : ened a bit, too, Allen said;
be "formal" but more &I
May, received his sentence during of the crime, but only three longer in several elementary
court proceedings Friday.A were in court, brought in manacles -Prison. incidental, and teachers mightset "In that respect we'll be } .,.. $ald.,Jtck,: Waters su- "

Gideon case also was sched- from Raiford State Prison. Geronimo Scott 24, Negro, Raids : aside a brief period of meditation -a before slightly'? Allen better said.position"We j \\prof: elementary instruc \

uled on Friday's docket, but was Howard Lee Mathis, 33, Archie found guilty of breaking and each day. of f or."th School Board. .
close 'to an .average
postponed to the coming week, Davis, 17, and Thomas Allen, entering with intent to commita From Page 1 get leather this ) Idyl'd: a; .said;there also will be

so that attorneys can confer. 21, were arraigned and pleaded misdemeanor, six months to More About pupils He said per 32.is.: the"'highest ni{>t, ,to:."start teaching \

The case involves John Rogers innocent to the robbery charge. two years in prison. The raId was led by E. L. Jones, daughter of C. J. Jones, erage teacher load .in Ala n Wril th kat:: the seventh

Freeman, 36, Negro, whose rob- Other persons sentenced to Probation was ordered for Richards, supervisor of the In- whom officers named as opera- County schools. \" 1me\: ry school, and 'I

bery conviction in 1961 was up- prison were: these defendants: telligence Division of the Jack- tor of both the Tippin Inn and UCF P. K. Yonge with a fixed $r'tra.ning! \ program will..

set because he was not rep- DeWitt Anderson Sr., 45, Ne- William Jefferson Otis Jr. 18 sonville regional office of the the adjoining restaurant.The rollment of about 960, find formed"torassist< teachers :
sented by a lawyer when found gro found guilty of two counts Catholic School new. math i classroom tee

guilty. The decision follows a each of forgery and of uttering charged five with breaking and entering IRS.Richards said the raids were house is occupied by Miss From Page 1 300 Patrick's will combine with "*- -- : ;- ,
probation. '
sentenced to four years Holmes and the Davis family, ill aida electron
major U.S. Supreme Court decision -a forgery, o an
the weeks'work
, result of several schools to raise total\ pupil}
last year. concurrent terms of six monthsto Lawrence Rose, 39, Ne g r o, agents said, but was empty at ":In :Ivodatlonal educ "
the bolita drive and is former chairmanof about { '
on operation, a rollment to 22,000.
Boyd was accused of break two years. charged with possession of and said it covered "several the time of the raid. two Muscular New principals -i taking ,4Q.fays Hlfcsady signed r

ing into the same house twice Joseph Lemuel Walker, 38, moonshine whiskey, five years counties." Richards said no further arrests Dystrophy duties-are Joseph ,T.. H : PatriCks h3S;added the nir.

intending to rape a woman. He Negro, found guilty of forgery, probation and $300 fine. He described Thomas as the'banker" were. planned last night drives. GHS; James Talbotat d ,to jfssehool.REOPENING: _
Herbert Wales. 30 '
pleaded guilty. The incidents occurred -six months to two years. Johnny of the lottery, the but indicated follow-up investigations He is an honor graduate of'the '" -"
July 17 and Aug. 1. I Grover Cleveland AlexanderIII charged with aggravated as- I
who controls the are anticipated. of Florida and
man University
Maximum sentence would [ 17, Negro, two concurrent sault, five years probation and money Gainesville Sun
have been 15 years. R. A. terms: of six to 24 months for $200 fine.Alonso. and decides the payoff." Bolitais Supervisor Richards was as- the UF College of Law and hcs TUESDAY5EPTJ.

(Buzzy) Green Jr., the public I Breaking and entering and auto Lee Gibson and Charlie also called "Cuba, because sisted by eight IRS agents, practiced law here in the firm Published and evenings Sunday except mornIngs -
the number is based Saturday
defender, asked for mercy and theft. West Phillips, charged with winning on Deputy U.S. Marshall Marvin of Gray, Chandler, O'Neal, Car-I by the Goinesviie: Publishing
noted the woman, who lives in Lonnie Wright, 38, Negro, six' breaking and entering with intent the winning number of the Cuban Waite of Tallahassee, the Or- lisle and Avera since 1961. Company at 101 SE 1ST

northeast Gainesville, was not to; 18 months, transportation and to commit misdemeanor, national lottery.In lando Police Department Vice 2nd Place. Gainesvi1'-- V%" NOON and EVENING
: ..
Gray is a Navy veteran of and entered as sr Xassmatter ..
standard operation runners -
a ,
injured.In possession of moonshine whis- three years probation. Squad headed by Lt. James at the Pest Ce atGainesvill.
another major case, trial Trial was set Oct. 13 for these sell chances at any number Goode, and the two-man Bre- the Korean War and is a mem- !.. Florjda.CIRCULATION: ;fORD'S
key.Willie Nowell defendants after they pleaded from one to hundred. But vard County Sheriff's Office ber of the Gainesville Jayceesand
was scheduled Oct. 13 for three Henry Negro, RAT S BY
innocent to charges against even though chances of winning Squad headed by Capt., Theo Elks. CARRIER OR MAIL '
them: are 99 to 1, the payoff is usually York. He and his wife, Ellen, have 1 Week .45 Tower HouseRestaurant

Oscar Lee Davis, 36, Negro,! only about 50 or 60 to 1. two children. 3 Mos. $5.85 I ", ,

charged with aggravated as- Thomas was arrested after All mail subscriptions must -
Qbttuartc sault. The public defender was meeting a man who turned "run Police Will Visit U.S. be paid in advance. ,

appointed to represent him. down sheets," or records of the Member of Audit Bureau of

William Lee Kirby, 18, accus- day's bets, over to the banker. MANILA (AP) Philippines Circulation.All LUNCH 65c up \

THOMAS BLANTON Jesse Everette ed of auto theft. The records still in his pocket RoundupAccident President Diosdado Macapagal material contained Gainesville herein Is DINNER 85c
Adolph Ky., the property of the .. up i
Mass., Arvin Gainesville, and Johnnie Marvin, also knownas Thomas was returning to plans a state visit to the United Publishing Company (c)In 164.

Funeral services will be at Thomas, Panama City; four Clarence Demps, 23, Clifford his comfortable, red brick Roundup States in October. Details have Reproduction strictly forbidden in whole without or partis the STEAKS .. 1.00 up
3:30 tomorrow for ThomasL. Mitchell alias Clifford Bell 28 home with two-car and written permission of the publisher.
p.m. garage not been
Lake Butler 1 arranged.
brothers Owen
Involved in accidents reported __ I
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Blanton, 45, of High Springs, Frank and James Lee Spratling, 21, all matching brick barbecue pit. -- -
I Lonzo, Ft. Lauderdale, by the Gainesville Police Department -
who died of a heart attack at Negroes, accused of robbery. After entering the Thomas I
Tampa and J. P., Dundee; and Alachua County
his home yesterday.Mr. Richard Taylor, 53, Negro, home on a search warrant pre- Sheriff's Office in the past 36 SHOPSHOPSHOP
Also, five sisters, Mrs. Betsy charged with assault with intent pared Thursday in Tallahassee,
Blanton railroad hours were:
a en-
Gainey, Lake Butler, Mrs. to commit murder. Green, agents confiscated two autos,

gineer, was born and Jan.had 19, lived 1919, Nancy Phillips, Macclenny, the public defender, asked to two adding machines, some Targie Lee Fisher, Hawthorne -

in High Springs Mrs. Mollie Varnes, Raiford, withdraw from the case, apparently -lottery paraphanalia, and about and Jerry W. Davis,
there his entire life. He wasa Mrs. Virgie Crews, Macclenny because Taylor rejectedhis 18,800 in cash, Supervisor Rich- 2029 Hawthorne Rd., and S. IN GAINESVILLE
U.S. Navy veteran and Mrs. Floybell Smith, counsel. ards said. Main St. and 2nd Ave. at 12:49 ):: 1. off
War II, a member of the High Drop your dry cleaning on
Pennsylvania; and 33 grand- Judge Adkins ordered pre- The three were taken to local p.m. yesterday.
Springs American Legion children. I sentence investigations of the IRS offices, and charged be- I ': your way to work at anyJf'
the Brotherhood of Locomotive character of the following defendants fore U.S. Commissioner William Wilber Lee Waters, 12 NW '4 ,
Engineers and the First Bap- Pallbearers will include C. A. intending to pass sentence Chandler. 3rd St., and Marion T. Kincaid, of our plants' and pick it up

tist Church of High Springs. Roberts, Seeber Johns Otis Sept. 25 or a subsequent Thomas waived preliminary Rt. 2, in the 900 block of E. on your waf home.t .

Rev. J. Hilton Olive wll:] offi- Hodge, E. R. Roberts, Homer plea> day: hearing and was released lateron Univ. Ave. at 8:30: p.m. Friday.

ciate at services at the High Welch and John Whitehead. Leroy Hampton, 17, Negro, $5,000 bond. William M. Henderson 313

Springs Baptist Church. Burial MRS. H. B. DONNELLY charged with breaking and en- The two women were jailedin NW 2nd St., and William BanksJr. 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU .

will be in Forest Grove Ceme- tering with intent to commita lieu of $500 bond each. ., 807 NW 6th Ave., in the -
tery. ARCHER Hyacinth Ben- misdemeanor. IRS special agent Joseph An- 600 block of NW 3rd Ave. at All Dry Cleaning Done on Premises

nett Donnelly, 49, died unexpectedly Robert George Gorman 21, drews, who led the strike on 2:37 p.m. Firday.

Survivors include: his widow, at her home here yesterday charged: with breaking and entering Magnol i a Gardens, testified 3 DAY SPECIAL: Mon., Aug. 31, Tues., Sept. 1, We'd., Sept 2
Rita Wilder Blanton of High morning.She with intent to commit agents discovered two lottery John C. Brown, 516 SW 4th

Springs: three step children, larceny.In tapes in the tavern one in a Ave., and J. Frank McNair, 1616
Mrs. Harold McDonald Jr. of had been a resident of the case of Johnny cash register and another in a NE 5th Place, at SW 3rd Ave.

Ocala, Larry Williams of Ocala Archer for six years moving L. Moore, 22, charged with forgery cigar box.Andrews. and 2nd St. at 12:52: p.m. Fri-

and Robert Williams of High here from Cedar Key. She ; and uttering forgery, said Mrs. Trice, who

Springs: and six sisters. Mrs. was a member of the Steinhat- Sreen asked that the information wasn't present during initial day.Arthur M. McNeely Jr., 919

Roger Daniel of High Springs, chee Baptist Church. be quashed as defec- stages of the raid informed him NW 25th Ave., and Edward H. TROUSERS3forIIO

Mrs. Edmond Sanchez of New- Survivors include her husband tive. Judge Adkins scheduled a the tapes were left over from Page, 1734 NW 5th Ave., in the I
berry, Mrs. J. 0. Sanders of hearing. If the information the past. 1300 block of NW 5th Ave. at

High Springs, Mrs. Fred Holderof Paul, of Archer; her father the legal document charging: a "She said she had been in 12:52 p.m. Friday.

Newberry,. Mrs. James Hal- Archie Bennett, Cedar Key; person with a crime is quashed business since February, but Michael D. Oliver, 3550 NW

ton of Jacksonville and Mrs. F. five sisters, Mrs. Ruby Lin- it is likely another will be quit last week because s h ewasn't 34th Place, and James Bragg.
Crawford of New Smyrna ton, Perry, Mrs. Doris Noble
A. filed. making enough money," Hawthorne, at Main St. and
Beach. and Mrs. Louise Roebuck, both The case of Calvin Eugene Andrews related. Univ. Ave. at 12:44 p.m. Friday.
Williams Thomas Funeral of Gainesville, Mrs. Inez Mc- Thompson 18 Andrews
charged with said Mrs. Trice ex
Home is in charge.ALBERT Neill and Mrs. Helen Marsh two counts of forgery andutter- plained the figures on each of DWI
all both of Jacksonville and Wilber Lee Waters, 36, of 12
HENDERSON ; lug forgery was continued to. the tapes, indicating receipts
brother Cecil M. Bennett NW 3rd St., was arrested by
one Sept. 25.Warrantato. her commission as seller. and
Word has been received here Tampa. take into custody the number of "hits" (winners). Gainesville Police at 8:30 p.m.

of the death of Albert L. Hen- persons cahrged with violationswere Mrs. Trice confirmed An-. Friday following an accident in
Funeral services will be at the 900 block of E. Univ. Ave.
derson, 75, of Jacksonville, a signed by Judge Adkins. drews' statements, but denied
3 today at the Steinhat- and charged with driving while
frequent visitor to the Gainesville These are for: any alleged role in recent gambling .
chee Baptist Church, with Rev. intoxicated.
area. Melvin Oliver Burnett 38 activities.
Mr. Henderson died Friday in Whaley( officiating. Burial wile desertion and withholding sup- Miss Holmes was arrested aft- BLANKETS

a Jacksonville hospital. Funeral > in Waters Cemetery, Stein- port; Erwin Lee Gammel, 40, er agents discovered about $300 I Taipei Storm
latchee under the direction of
be 2 to- in cash
services will at p.m. withholding support; Frank D. and assorted gambling

morrow in the Seashole Funeral Knauff Funeral Home. Johnson, Negro, forgery and tally sheets in a dwelling be- TAIPEI, Formosa (AP) '

Parlors Chapel. Burial will be M. D. YOUNG uttering forgery; Bill A. Killian, hind the barbecue restaurant. Raging thunderstorms hit Tai-

in Oaklawn Cemetery. 26, issuing a worthless check; Also confiscated was an auto-. pei Saturday. Torrential rain

LAKE BUTLER Marmey Gary H. Nelson, grand larceny; mobile owned by Pauline Davis caused much damage.CHESNUT 69Cdry ,
LACY MOORE Duke Young 86, a retired Florida Mack Seay, 38, three counts of (double or single)

LAKE BUTLER Funeral State Prison guard died forgery and uttering forgery;

services for Lacy Moore, 68, Friday after a lengthy illness. and Andrew Wells, 48, chargedwith

who died Friday from an apparent He resided in Raiford from auto theft. 1 /If( cleaned, moth proofed, packaged in plastic bags

heart attack, will be at March, 1927, to 1955, when he Several cases on the docket I .

3 p.m. tomorrow in the First retired and moved to lake But- were not called because of ill-' Best ..

Baptist Church here, with Rev. ler. He was a member of the ness of defendants or for other\: Please 'help us to serve you better by always having your delivery receipt with

H. G. McLeroy officiating. Raiford Methodist Church. reason. I you. DON'T FORGET We PRE-SPOT MOTHPROOF ev .ry garment that

Burial will be in Mt. Zion Survivors include a son, Ira, (Advertisement) I II Place ; we dry clean.

Swift Creek Cemetery, with of Lake Butler; a grandson, I Odorless
dry cleaning
Brannon Funeral Home of Lake Charles Young, Jacksonville, Def; Man Perfects i To Buy FRESH AS A FLOWERIN

Butler in charge of arrange- and three great grandchildren. ]- I JUST ONE HOUR
ments. Midget Transistor School flEOUk 1Oi7
Moore was born in Columbia Funeral services will be at

County and moved at an early 11 a.m. tomorrow at Raiford Hearing AidIf PLANT NO. 2 I CLEANERS
age with his parents to Union Methodist Church, with Rev Supplies

County. He was employed in Crowder officiating. BurIal you con hear people talk and I
the lumber industry until his retirement will be in Harmony Baptist can't make out the words clearly I In the Gainesville Shopping
in 1963 and was a Cemetery, Ashburn, Ga., at.4 then this will be your answer. An I Center with Drive-In Service. '
extremely small hearing aid using': 3-hour shirt laundering and one PLANT NO. 3
member of the First Baptist p.m. Monday, Knauff Funeral a tiny energized unit, has been. OFFICE PLANT NO. 1 hour dry cleaning.
Home, Williston, is in chargeof 3 hour shirt laundering one
Church of Lake Butler. perfected by a man who himself is
widow arrangements. hard of hearing end has been for .fftrin a convenient curb Mrvice. 130 N.W. 10th AVE. hour dry cleaning.
Survivors include his ,
CO. Inc. ."d Shirt
EQUIPMENT Dry Cleaning
Alice, of Lake Butler; two Active pallbearers will in-. over even 10 whispers>ears. With ore crystal his new clear.If !aid..: Service.

Mrs. Estelle Sulli- elude T. H. Balm Robert Drig-
daughters, interested it is suggested you
John Whitehead Hubert. write HEARING 32 E. 9th St.. 106 W. University Avenue Street
van, Fredericksburg, Va., and gers, 316 N. Main
Mrs. Ester Amerson, Y b or Johnson, Leonard Johnson anDrew at no cost or obligation
City; ,four sons, Lawrence, of: Sweat. whatsoever.-Adv, i

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IA Gainesville Sun Sunday, August 30. 1964 I


datetitlkFlorida's Sun OF t m -;. .'. VIEWPOINT k I

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Publisher; PAT COWLES Viet Pre I
Beautiful dint Ed JOHNSON VICe Preside Now BeginsBy
I and Executive Editor W. G. (Bill F

University City' EBERSOLE Vice President and At By RALPH McGILL --.-.- i i
vtrtising Director; BOB TARTAGLIONE Publisher
Pulitzer Prix Winning DAVID LAWRENCE i
Vice President and Circulation Min 9f Of the Atlanta, (Ga.) ContiitHtioi
ATLANTIC CITY-As :one sat listening to the emotional -
i, THE SUN'S POUCY memorials for a few departed statesmen of recent years; so ,-
solemnly presented as a part of the last day's session of'the! --, '
1. the fully and impartially In the news columns. MixtureOf '* '
Report news
Democratic National ConYEnticn, .there :came Jaumind: sad:
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in--but only in-editorials. .
thoughts about some other Americans;why seem tohave _been. .
x5 .
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. ,
t > forgotten on this all-important occasion. For the omitted memorial -

The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 ; concerns those 275 American boys who havp died .in.

Want Ads--376-4672 the confict in Viet Nam since 1961. ,**": -
(1-t iii i- What shall be said to ''mothers and fathers, the sisters
WordsWITH and brothers, the wives and'children of the brave .soldiers
who gave their lives to a cause\ ; 1 nobody here has thought ",,.< --

Foreign Policy PlanksThe honor even momentarily wit ..silent prayer? Maybe: AmerKT.

THE CANDIDATES can sacrifices in the war in Viet Nam, have..neygi, ;;: beeS particularly } *: -",
Democratic "responsible leadership, unafraid but related in the public mind to ourownsafety. Indeed,.
The parts of the national chosen and the issues clear- .
there who think the loss of TivesTh-Viel,Nam
are people
devoted to questionsof refusing to take needless risk," and ; many
platform ly drawn by the two platforms : ';.; 1J.44A..t has in truth been in vain. .. '*;' ,.
to raise the living standards .
defense and foreign policy are by helping the Democratic cam- -
strikingly different from the corre- in the underdeveloped world.In paign will center on what Sen BUT EVEN as the convention delegates enjoyed: their: carnival !- ,.,

sponding parts of the Republican national ator Goldwater already has here on the convention flooV waving banners and tooting ,

platform adopted in July. Both contrast with this the Republican said what he is tJj horns and otherwise manifesting :their exuberant spirits
now saying
so by contrast in the homes of Ulwe 27S American soldiers
calls for "cold
call for backed by platform a war "
statements peace and what he will say in the there must have been' the ,-:'-}' t::::'* feeling-a;; questioning -
superior U. S. military power, but fensive on all fronts" with the goal weeks ahead. There will be "Now Hubert Don't Forget Who's Got The Talkin' End." as to how many parents: ,of other young men ,now in uni-

they do not agree on how to attain of "victory." It criticizes the Ken- as few personalities as pos '-, form-:ptai., med y'1, uf f/er/ the.same .

it. nedy-Johnson administration (and, sible. D e mocratic leaders JOHNSON'S INFLUENCETonedDown .- anguish and bear tbjr eak.Forthere ..

without saying so, the Eisenhower and voters along with many are at least"; 17,000

The Democratic platform finds administration as well) for "vacilla- independents believe that American troops in Viet i ,Nam

fault with the Eisenhower admini- tion," "appeasement" "accommodation" Senator Goldwater's ideas and today r, r. ,
stration for letting non-nuclear forces and "amiability." his compulsive decisions in Parly Unlike most of the Issuesso'

get so low and for letting Cuba go the field of economics, for- flamboyantly proclaimedin
Communist. More rashly, it claims Both party statements call for
eign and domestic affairs campaign phrases, the
"freedom was on the defensive" in strengthening the U. S. alliance sys- are dangerous to the coun- By RICHARD WILSON fined that this was .the Repub- John Birch Society, and hard- problem of what is or is
tem and both kind word for Chief, lican Party of the past warn- ly strong enough' other respects -
1960 and that now the tide has turn- say a try and the prospects for not a sensible l foreign policy
ed. the United Nations. But the Repub- peace. There is considerable Cowles Washington Bureau ing the nation of_ the awful too, for the moderate touches closely the' homesof

But on the whole, the foreign pol- lican platform calls for use of tradeas inconsistency the senator's ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.A consequences eyed free spending should, the socialistic wild-- Republicans.Senators Kenneth Keating millions of American citIzens -
with of
icy the Democratic platform defendsis a cold war weapon, a policy toned down and moderated .- sons draft age.
record. He does have consider- Democrats continue to con- and'Jacob Javits of New York
the bipartisan policy which has which would be likely to disrupt able trouble conveying what Democratic Party, with only trol Washington. would in fact find the Demo- BOTH PRESIDENT John-

run through the Truman, Eisenhower further these already shaky alliances. he means. His frequent need its and New its Frontier New Deal slip shoul-show- Never before has a Repub- cratic program rather bland son and Senator Humphrey -

Kennedy and Johnson years, And the changes advocated in U.N. for clarification his ing der bit lican nominee gotten so much doctrine for the Empire State. are earnest, able and
com- trip-
strap a
document voting methods and "purpose" could free radio-TV time in a Dem- So it remains for Barry dedicate- men who would
though naturally this party -
down the Boardwalk at
i plaints that he has been mis- ped
ocratic convention. His name Goldwater to offer the nation
like to serve ineir
does not it that easily disrupt the U. N. Atlantic This country
put way.
1 City. was a very
L understood or misquoted clear was on every lip as the spoiler what the Democrats have par- effectively. So also are Sen-
conventional and
ly reveal this flaw. middle-aged and wrecker of the estab- layed for nearly half a cen- ator Goldwater and Repre
It makes a good deal of Kennedy's "Ins" necessarily run on their sensible lady this Democratic lished order a sort of inverted tury into political! victory, the sentative Miller the nominees I.

I, firmness in the Cuban missile crisis record and "outs" necessarily find Southern Democrats, for Party of 1964 on its outingat Franklin D. Roosevelt. But simple concept of change. on- the Republican; tick

of 1962 and Johnson's recent retalia- fault, and any four-year record example, since 1960 have been the seaside. Roosevelt never could remember President Johnson likes it et. All politicians claim
the senator declare This is the political party of the of his this in the conviction that .
,I tory air raids in North Viet Nam has faults as well as achieve- hearing names oppon- way these virtues. The test is
Republican Nominee Barry ments. Certainly the present situation himself for states rights in stability and responsibility and ents. the nation wants responsible whether the candidates upon
just as the of civil Yet calm judgment. Firebrands of This is, after all, the fate of moderation and is not ready election to office, yield to the
area rights.
Eisen in Viet Nam looks dark and
Goldwater has been praising the past are not entirely com-
I the established order the and never will be for the kind temptations of expediency be-
hower's 1958 landings in Lebanon the nuclear arms race rushes on, little there now is being preparedfor fortable amidst all its Texas necessity of responding only of change Barry Goldwater cause votes may be at stake

t and his threats of war to hold the warranting the Democratic platform distribution the senator'searlier heartiness, conventionality prudently to the pressure for proposes. again.

line in the Formosa Straits. committee's optimism on these two record. He supported and comp'acency. It is a change so that the established
platform and the
points. But on the whole the Demo- Congressman Adam Clayton strange ro'e! for the flaming order with all its jobs and SENATOR GOLDWATER acceptance -
Powell's several amend- liberals. Now it is they who prerogatives, can be perpetu of course, well not view the speeches presented -
But the Democratic statement also cratic planks are balanced and responsible must associate themselveswith here make promises of
ated. The odd part of it is Democratic approach as a
future in contrast to the ments which would immedia- economic betterment andof
makes much of past-and sharp the resistance of change that the present pressure for form of moderation, but as a
by disarma- one-sided "hard line" of the tely have cut off all federal for little moderate benefits for all citizens, jn-
attempts to seek peace Repub- except a change is not toward some false front for newer and i
ment negotiations and research, by lican platform. funds to the southern states progress and not too fast, at form of socialism but away greater adventures in big and be cluding those low who happen to
which had not completed the that. Now it is the liberal who from it. And that is what cantralized government. And earning incomes or

process of integration. These warns of strange, untried and Barry M. Goldwater has done he may be right. Nor will the are what among dothese the unemployed.But national.

I amendments would brutally irresponsible doctrines of the for the Democratic Party. Democrats accept the Goldwater and international

I I have ignored all slates new contender to the throne program as change, which saturated tens of questions
by thousands
.1 !I a wild man who recklessly] TIlE DEMOCRATS have imp'ies but merelyas -
of the progress of words "of
Voice People rights and would have been, hammers on the protected been pushed toward the cen- backwardness.All publicity,
really mean to the citizens
in fact force bill. ;
a walls of the Establishment.THIS ter, preempting that ground this makes it easier for and how will they affect the
which was vacated at the Cow moderate-minded Republicansto
I SENATOR HUBERT lives of the ordinary voters!
On The Sun's Opinion IS WHAT Lyndon B. Palace in San Francisco five vote for Johnson. Many
== == and Jack Kenne- Johnson has done for the
Humphrey par- weeks ago. There were, to be days were spent on a Mississ- OVERCOME fears and
dy were among those who ty: He gives it a presidentialticket sure, some long range trends, ippi compromise to make it doubts
and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters and apprehensions,
must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should helped defeat those iniquitousand pledged to normality principally the trend toward easier for Southerners to stayin publicspeakers today use
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The purely political amend and responsibility. He givesit the racial integration of the the Democratic Party and the same devices that have
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer' meaning or ments but Senator Goldwa a vice presidential nominee Democratic Party structure in not follow the Goldwater lure. won elections time and again.

intent. hammered somewhat againsthis the South which will be a long Mr. Johnson is pursuing his Utopia| promised and when
Unsigned Letters should they not be encouragedto of control violates both of the ter faithfully supports! Con- nature into the moderate time coming. But otherwise it heart's desire a Roosevelt- adverse tides start running,

do so? aforementioned Articles, and gressman Powell in all of mold. He gives it also a platform was all moderation, a moder- tyoe mandate for what he the opposition is, of course,

Have Merit Even "Fearful" "Coward," thrusts a dagger in the backof them. Southerners now carefully of moderation. All is ate civi1 rights plank, a poli- calls "The Great Society", blamed.
or "Chicken" may have an free enterprise. The sys- examining the Goldwater calm and collected and pos- tical extremism plank bare- which is not much different

Sun: I hope important point that shouldbe tem, supposedly would cut record are discoveringthat sessed.It ly bold enough to denounce the than just going ahead prosper- The two national political
EDITOR of heard to the advantage of down the crime rate-or thatis it was not until he be- could almost be imag- twin bugaboos KKK and the ously.] conventions' are over. It has
will continue your all. its intention. But it is came ambitious for the pres- been demonstrated here, as
printing letters of opinion and PRO BONO PUBLICO rather naive to think that idency in 1960 that his enthu many times -before, that a
comment in your Voice of the prohibition of firearms will siasm for states rights be- LBJ: 'COMPULSIVE IMPULSIVENESS'? president in.office can,bring
whether the
People column, seriously lower the crime gan to form. It was at this about his own nomination fora
Should Give
names of the writers are rate by keeping guns out of time that he announced a succeeding term becausehe

published or are withheld by the hands of the public. policy of capturing southern He Shatters Traditionsoccasion has behind'him hundredsof

request. Equal SpaceEDITOR Actually prohibition of support. The political cyn- thousands of officeholdersand

There is a need for a forum weapons would make them icism of this switch will be direct beneficiaries of \

where any watcher of Sun: I feel that even more appealing, espe- thoroughly revealed thruugh- This act of impulse is char- in American political public funds. Lately he has .
r raise his my good friend, professor out the South. C) Nrnl Mark tlmre! assumed the added
our democracy may cially in the of history when preroga-
a presidential
eyes young And
acteristic of Johnson. so
: Harry Kantor was perfectly By ARTHUR KROCK tive of
voice when he sees some and nominee not informed choosing the vice president -
people, illegal firearm The senator wants to give only a
justified in cancelling his subscription the which
t are compulsions the
wrong or some danger or distributors could do a thriv- nuclear weapons to the CITY convention in person of his man may
for to the Sun. When President Johnson retired made it impossible to him to become president if
some opportunity improve- ing business. Prohibition in the NATO nations. Since Franceis choice of a running-mate; but a vacancy -
: ment. If the thoughts expressed It is my feeling that in political '20's made alcohol glamorous building her own atomic from the front to the carry through his determination virtually placed that person in occurs in the highest of

in a letter have merit or campaigns the press and brought about a rich system Germany would be rear of the podium of the 1964 not to reveal the name of nomination and gave an out- fice. In effect one man now

stimulate others to further should be forced to observe underworld to supply the peo the chief recipient of such Democratic National Conven- his choice for the vice pres- line of what the acceptance picks a possible future Pres-
thought or action, the name the "equal time" provision of ple's wants. I see no differ- weapons. A nucleararmed tion midnight last Wednesday, idential nomination until he speeches of both would subse- ident of the United States

:e of the voice is usually of little television with an &Ie qua I ence in the prohibition of liquor Germany is one of the major his path was littered by appeared before the convep- quently be.THESE and too often he does so withan

a significance. space" provisions. For this and the prohibition of fears in all Middle European so many shattered traditionsof tion. The savants of human eye to political" advan-

II naive of the reason I venture to suggest firearms, and can't see the countries and Russia. Sucha these events that it seem- psychology may hold that impulsiveness OTHER qualifications tages for himself. This tac-
It surely that the Sun also print, be- ed he had exhausted the and tic is received neverthelesswith
sup compulsiveness -
writer of the letter,in the Sun American people standing for move would increase the were: A vice presidential -
20 to contend that sides "The Conscience cf a such violations of the Constitu- prospect of war and diminishthe ply.No are two different names candidate whose selection outbursts of prolonged
: of August of Conservative", either "A Tex chances of peace. It also presidential nomineeever for the same attribute, disputing could not be ascribed to applause in the conventionhall

... fear of the of consequences the name of an Looks at L.B.J.," or, per- tion.He that he need- would serve to force the Com- before had made an informal only'their order of pre- the consideration that. he and maybe in millionsof
publication haps, the hitherto unpublished says never munist nations closer together speech of acceptancein cedence as the originalsource would attract a vital voting homes where the television -
letter writer cannot be great ed a so why should
a gun any-
"Confessions of Bobby advance of the scheduled broadcasts
and halt the of action. If that is the are too
of of co-religionists is
enough to require use of a one else? Mr. Green does not process group as
Baker. formal occasion. None had much
conclusion of these learned concerned with the pic-
separation now so clearly in the case of his Republican opposite
Just be-
,; pen name. This would give your read- represent everyone. evidence. This administration nominated his choice for second scientists, then the commingling number; a nominee ture story to reveal the pen-
Mr. Green doesn't
; Writers will be concerned ers a chance to make up cause use believes, as did that of Gen- place from the convention has never been greater who would gratify the trucu- etrating truths underneath
,: with different consequences. their minds as to whether firearms, is that any reasonto eral Eisenhower and Harry platform; and augmented the than in the personality of Lyn- lent "liberal" Demo c r a it all.
them Americanswho
,N Some may wish to be cau- they prefer a government by deny Truman that we should triumph of his own nomina- don B. Johnson. tic group whose support is vital
I: tious about their social rela wheeler-dealers or one by the do enjoy shooting within make, such weapons availablefor tion by true as ,opposed to to the success of the. ticket -, THE MAIN PITCH of this
,.t kK conservatives for the next law? Some restriction of managed "acclamation" ,by YET HE ALSO the convention
tionships-others about their defense of NATO but that presents but whose liberalism had was on domestic
c: economic relationships, busi four years.ALEX firearms such as to adolescents we should keep control of the gaining- it for his running-' paradox of possessing the discipline been prudently tempered to issues, and the chief argu
is but
this '
nessmen about their customers A. COHEN reasonable trigger. mate also. which enabled him to avert mass desertion by the ment expressed was that the
elimination of free
employees about their complete explore so long and intenselythe Democratic conservatives. Republicans are old fashioned -
II bosses. Some may be anxious Strong Control ownership constitutional of firearms and is un- SEVERAL CHANGES of BUT THERE was more tra- problem of choosing a most importantly those in the and that thrift is obsolete.
;z: to avoid the social cold shoulder government are in prospectin dition-shattering to come. The vice presidential candidate South; and a man with an Government is expected Togo
or the active political as well. Europe. Italy is one such echoes of the benediction with the highest ratio of the impressive record of ,victoryin on spending public fundsto
;;= or economic reprisal. Of Guns Illegal JIM WISE country. France without De- which marks the close of con- principal qualifications i he closely-contested areas. win votes, even as the
t: Gaulle is another question- vention sessions, had scarcelydied sought. As listed by the Pres- budget remains unbalanced
Why the concern? Because EDITOR, Sun: I refer you mark. In both these nations away in the high vaultof ident to the convention Wed- Even if, as man/ believe} and the value of the dollar
'll we are all human, and most to the United States Constitution It's been a long time sincewe veteran heads of large Com- the hall when Johnson was nesday night, these qualifica- the President's explorationhad continues its 'perilous court'.downward.

of us do not read a critical specifically the Second had a presidential hope- munist parties recently have bounding down from the plat- tions were: Capacity "to as- chiefly been for reassur- .

:i comment with kindly thoughts Amendment: ". The rightof ful who was born in a log died. In Germany a strong form to the floor to mingle sume the office of Presi ance of an original..conclusion
}; of the writer. The writers of the people to bear arms, cabin. The best we can do nationalistic movement is with the delegates of Texas. dent. .should that day that Humphrey would pass Conventions unfortunately,
I'a he Federalist papers who shall not be infringed." And these days is find one bornin growing. Certain aspects of From these, after much'backslapping come;" experience in the these tests better than any provide few answers to public -.

I t used the pen name "Publius" the Fourth Amendment: "The a hospital that wasn't air- it remind one of the rise of and bowdying and technique 'of elective politics other available Democrat it questions. Nor do they

i understood this well. They right of the people to be se- conditioned. Hitler. It seems to the more joyous "embrasos," the gre and ,of legislative manage- remains .an example of looking point the way to solutions of-
were wise enough to know cure in their persons houses (Changing Times) thoughtful American that turn- garious and elated President ment; knowledge of the inter- long and hard before leaping the complex-problems of mod
,- that their arguments would bee papers and effects, against nuclear to our extracted Price Daniel' quon- national and domestic reali- that contrasts sharply with ern life. Now that both con-
examined more objectively if unreasonable searches and ing weapons dam and senator of ventions have been held, the
=1 allies when they are in a stateof governor ties of today; compassion for the impulsiveness, or compulsiveness -
their names were not known. seizures, shall not be violated A man who purchased a political transition is more his home state, and bore him the needs of others and respectful he has so often dis campaign with its mislead

J We all agree, do we not, ." small piece of abstract sculpture important. off to the airport. There an- understanding of con- closed. ing dialogue is about to- be-
that the secret ballot is es- I'm afraid Mr. Charles from an art gallery other friend James A. Far- victions opposed to his own. gin-and in November the
',:a sential. Why is it not equally Green neglected to consultthe later received a letter from These are but some of the ley had been summoned to return And never was the revela- question will be which party
:a Important that any who wish Constitution before writ- the gallery. It began: "Dear Goldwater positions that will to the White House to But undoubtedly Johnsonwas tion more visible than in John- has done the better job of"brainwashing"

to express their views may ing his letter against fire- Sir or Madman." be brought to public exami- keep the President companyon seeking qualifications he son's restless activity last the electorate. -

do so without publicity? Why arms. His ,proposed system (English Digest) nation. his night of nights. did not mention on the first week. .



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< iun B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor: "." .,

A LANDMARKBible mother are doing fine. Mrs.F. where she visited the World's i weeks' visit at New York City Room 39; 122, Room 27; 123;

Thought "In this con- D. Shannon, reporter. Fair. with relatives and friends. Choral Room; and 124; Room

fidence let us hold on to the Dr. Lincoln Bliss Childs and Mrs. Jane Williams left yesterday 10. "
GREATER for Atlanta Ga., be- New Students: 7th and 8th
hope that we profess without the REVIVAL family of Jacksonville, are re ,
JOHN Publisher R.; PAT HARRISON COWLES, President, Viet President and- slightest hesitation for he is BETHEL turning today to their home cause of the i'lness of he.r Grades Rear of auditorium;;

Florida's Beautiful ; Ed JOHNSON Vice President utterly dependable and let us Revival is in progress at from Little Rock, Ark., where daughter, Mrs. Cathy Baker 9th and 10th Grades, Hal] near

and Executive Editor; W. G. (Bill) ,think of one another and how Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church, they were guests of Bishop and whose condition was reportedas Registrar's Office; and 11th

University City' EBERSOLE.Director Vice BOB President TARTAGLIONE and Advertising -, 'we can encourage one anotherto conducted by the Rev. (Mrs.) VIrs. Collins for the past sev- somewhat improved.Miss and 12th Grades, Hall near all

Vice President and; Circulation Manager. love and do good deeds. (He- M. C. Howard of Thompson, eral weeks. Bishop CoUins is Carter, daughter of Elder purpose room.

brews 10:23-24. Phillips.) Ga. Rev. Howard is the regional -senior bishop of the Arkansas and Mrs. Carter, left recently -; Parents should accoiripany all

THE SUN'S POLICY evangelist for the South District of the A.M.E. Church. for Jackson College at Jack new students. for registration

East United States in the C. son, Tenn., to resume her stud- because their signatures' are required -
1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. Miss Martha Lang a teacherin
M. E. Church and has conducted
2. the of the Sun In-but in ies. .
Express opinions only -editorials. EDITOR'S NOTICE the A. Quinn Jones Elemen.
3. Publish all sides of importan controversial issues. News for the Colored community revival meetings all over Miss Brown, a. student at School fees; parents are
School recent
tary was a guestof
America. Jackson College, Jackson, Tenn., urged to see that students pay
will be run weekdays
The Sun's telephones: All Departments3728441Want on the Women's News page but I Today, she will preach at the her sister at New York City. recently left for school where the following fees: Daily jLunch,

Ads--376-4672 will continue to be carried on' 11 a.m. service and will give i Miss Mary H. Smith a nd she is a student. I 35 cents; Locker Key deposit,
her closing tor.ight at Miss Carrie Moore, both of St.
the editorial page Sunday's Until message 50 cents; Schoo1 Insurance, $3;
further notice. 8. All members are urged to Petersburg, were guests of Miss LINCOLN HIGH Homemaking fees, :50 cents.

attend, and classleaders will see I Moore's relatives in Gainesville The opening date of schoolis i,PhysicarEducaticn Uniforms. -

Foreign Policy PlanksThe their members about support: of yesterday. Tuesday, Sept. 1, at 8:10 Boys- $2.05, and Girls;. $3.10.

ARCHER NEWS the meeting. I Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Johnson a.m. Science fees (grades 7k_ 8. 25

parts of the Democratic national "responsible leadership, unafraid but Singers To AppearThe Leaders of Men's Day will at- and son, Fred, all of Nashville Registration Procedures: AT 'cents, and grade 9-12, 50 cents.

platform devoted to questionsof refusing to take needless risk," and Famous Male Chorusof tend to urgent business at the Tenn., whose visit here classes will assemble in the following School begins at 810"and

defense and foreign policy are by helping to raise the living stand- the Galilee Baptist Church morning service. Rev. Walter and Jacksonvi'le for the past areas at the ringing of I ends at 3:41 for the students.
E. White Mrs. Altamese
strikingly different from the corre- ards in the underdeveloped world.In from St. Petersburg, featuring, pastor. two weeks has been pleas the bell: 7th Grade, Auditorium O. W. Nealy, principal: J. C J
Wingate .
sponding parts of the Republican national "Don't Put Off Today for To- reporter. ant, were flown to their home (south side); 8th Grade, Auditorium I RawIs, assistant principal: J.

morrow" and "If Yout Got It yesterday. (north side); 9th H. Caffey assistant principal:
platform adopted in July. Both contrast with this, the Republican NOTICE
Show Some Sign" will appear ina Mrs. Lucile DeBose of N. W. Grade, Gymnasium; lOt h Mrs. D. A, Williams. Counsel- 11
statements call for peace backed by platform calls for a "cold war of- musical program at the St. The American Legion Auxiliary -I 8th Street, recently returned to I Grade, Library; llth Grs ".1!nr r-ades: 9-12; ; Mrs. A. C. Nea'r'r -
invites No. be
-. superior U. S. military power, but fensive on all fronts" with the goal Peter Baptist Church, Sept. 20 ent today at 11:30 a.m.to at pres-the the city following a several West side of lunchroom: I"1 I'..,, r- trades 7 & 8.JOHNSON'S i

do how to attain of "victory." It criticizes the Ken-
they not agree on at 2 p.m. Duval Elementary School on!. .

4 it. nedy-Johnson administration (and, There is no admission price, N. W. Street. : : j
INFLUENCETonedDown .: :
without saying so, the Eisenhower but a free-will offering will be The principal speaker will be .. .,

.. The Democratic platform finds administration as well) for "vacilla- accepted. Mrs. Leona M. Royal, fourth ,.

.. fault with the Eisenhower admini- tion," "appeasement," "accommoda- division president who will also -
install all officers. \
stration for letting non-nuclear forces tion" and "amiability." CLUB SLATES MEETINGThe Party

get so low and for letting Cuba go Frances Robinson Club of CHOIRS UNION

Communist. More rashly, it claims Both party statements call for the Mt. Carmel Baptist. Church The Friendship Choirs Un-

"freedom was on the defensive" in strengthening the U. S. alliance will meet'with Mrs. Willie Mae ion will hold its special business hardly
system By RICHARD WILSON ined that this was the Repub- John Birch Society, and I
Roberts of 713 N. W. 5th Ave.
1960 and that now the tide has turn- and both say a kind word for meeting at the Friendship Bap- Chief, lican Party of the past warn- strong enough m other respects :

.. ed. the United Nations. But the Repub- Monday at 8 p.m. tist .Church on Monday at 8p.m. Cowles Washington Bureau ing the nation of the awful too, for the moderate

But on the whole, the foreign pol- lican platform calls for use of tradeas ATLANTIC CITY N.J.A consequences should the wild- Republicans.
.' NOTICEThe eyed free spending, socialistic Senators Kenneth Keatingand
icy the Democratic platform defends a cold war weapon, a policy PLANS MEETINGThe toned down and moderated
5th Union New York
Sunday Democrats continue to con- Jacob Javits of
., is the bipartisan policy which has which would be likely to disrupt will convene at the Mt. Olive Choral Group of LodgeNo. Democratic Party, with only trol Washington.Never would in fact find the Demo-

..' run through the Truman, Eisenhower further these already shaky alliances. Primitive Baptist Church. Rev. 113 will meet Tuesday at its New Frontier slip showing before has a Republican cratic program a rather bland

Kennedy and Johnson years, And the changes advocated in U.N. H. Kinsey, pastor; Barbara 8 p.m. at the home of Charlie and its New Deal shoul- nominee gotten so much doctrine for the Empire State.
704 SW 5th Terrace.
though naturally this party docu- voting methods and "purpose" could Watson, reporter. Ross Charlie Ross, president; W. der strap down a the bit Boardwalk awray, tripped at free radio-TV time in a Dem- So it remains for Barry

ment does not put it that way. easily disrupt the U. N. 1 L. Stevens, pianist and choris- Atlantic This ocratic convention. His name Goldwater to offer the nation ,
City. was a
PLANS UNION ter: Mrs. Priscilla Vinson, very was on every lip as the spoil wbat the Democrats have parlayed -
The 5th Union conventional middle-aged wrecker of the estab- for half
Sunday of the: er and nearly a century
It makes a good deal of Kennedy's "Ins" necessarily run on their secretary; Mrs. P. L. Scott, sensible lady, this Democratic -
Orlando District will inverted the
of into
... convene at lished order, a sort political victory. ]
firmness in the Cuban missile crisis record and "outs" necessarily find the East Side Church of God in I reporter. Party of 1964 on its outingat Franklin D. Roosevelt. But simple concept of change
.,. of 1962 and Johnson's recent retalia- fault, and any four-year record Christ of 1703 N.E. 4th Avenue. PATIENTMrs. the seaside. Roosevelt never could remem- President Johnson likes It]

tory air raids in North Viet Nam has faults as well as achieve- The public is invited. Rev Carrie B. Pernell is a This is the political party of ber the names of his oppon- this way in the conviction that!
W. M. Days, pastor and superin stability and responsibility and ents. the'nation wants resDonsiblej
just as Republican Nominee Barry ments. Certainly the present situa- patient in the Seminole Memorial -
.. tendent. Hospital at Sanford following calm judgment. Firebrands of This is, after all, the fate of moderation and is not readyf
Goldwater has been praising Eisen- tion in Viet Nam looks dark, and
a car accident.She the past are not entirely com- the established order the and never will be for the kind;
hower's 1958 landings in Lebanon the nuclear arms race rushes on, little fortable amidst all its Texas
? MUSICALE AND TEA SET is the daughter cf Rev. necessity of responding only of change Barry Goldwater
and his threats of war to hold the warranting the Democratic platform The members of the E. T. Bel1 and Mrs. H. Kinsey and alsoa heartiness, conventionalityand prudently to the pressure for proposes. ._,.:

line in the Formosa Straits. committee's optimism on these two Missionary Circle of the St. PaulC. member of the Ml. Olive complacency. It is a change so that the established

points. But on the whole the Democratic M. E. Church will sponsor aI I Primitive Baptist Church. strange ro'e for the flaming order, with all its jobs and SENATOR GOLDWATER,

But the Democratic statement also planks are balanced and responsible "Rainbow Tea and Musicale," Her address there is: 294: Sik- liberals. Now it is they who prerogatives, can be perpetu- of course well not view tt5i

makes much of past-and future in sharp contrast to the today from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at es Avenue, Sanford. Mrs. F. must associate themselveswith ated. The odd part of it is Democratic approach as "l
the Bell's Nursery School. D. Shannon, reporter. the resistance of change, that the present pressure for form of moderation, but as aA
attempts to seek peace by disarmament one-sided "hard line" of the Repub- The principal speaker on the except for a little moderate change is not toward some false front for newer and*

-. negotiations and research, by lican platform. occasion will be Mrs. Jean W. SCHOOL OPENING progress and not too fast, at form of socialism but away greater adventures in big and

Brown, a foreign language and The Waldo Elementary that. Now it is the liberal who from it. And that is what cantralized government And J

also English instructor at Lin- School will open Tuesdry at 8 warns of strange untried and Barry M. Goldwater has done he may be right. Nor wIll the I

coln High School. a.m. irresponsible doctrines of the for the Democratic Party. Democrats accept the Goldwater t.

The public is invited. new contender to the throne, program as change which

Voice of the PERSONALSMrs. a wild man who recklessly THE DEMOCRATS have imp' es progress, but merely ,

\ People RELIGIOUS FILMA Rosetta Taylor, a teacher hammers on the protected been pushed toward the cen- as backwardness.

film "A Better World Be- in the Williams Elemen- walls of the Establishment.THIS ter, preempting that ground All this makes it easier for] I

I tary School, recently returned which was vacated at the Cow moderate-minded Republicans !
gins With Me" will be shown at
I On The Sun's Opinion Page the Friendship Baptist Church here from New York City IS WHAT Lyndon B. Palace in San Francisco five to vote for Johnson. Many ;

... today at 7:30 Johnson has done for the par- weeks ago. There were, to be days were spent on a Mississippi -
Opinions and comments of Sun readers arc welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters The public is invited. ty: He gives it a presidentialticket sure, some long range trends, compromise to make it
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot QN1itttaritMRS. pledged to normalityand princioally the trend toward easier for Southerners to stayin
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side o* the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The < responsibility. He givesit the racial integration of the the Democratic Party and
the right to reject letter to shorten it. without the BAPTISMAL SERVICES
Sun reserves any or changing writer's meaning or vice nominee
a presidential Democratic Party structure in not follow the Goldwater lure.

intent. There will be baptismal serv- ELNETTA BROOKS hammered somewhat againsthis the South which will be a longtime Mr. Johnson is pursuing his
should not be encouragedto of control violates both ices conducted during the morn- into the moderate
Letters they of the nature coming. But otherwise it heart's desire, a Roosevelt-
Unsigned do so? aforementioned Articles, and ing worship at 11 a.m. today at Funeral services for Mrs. mold. He gives it also a plat- was all moderation, a moder- type mandate for what he

Have Merit Even "Fearful," "Coward," thrusts a dagger in the backof the Friendship Baptist Church. Elnetta Brooks will be held to- form of moderation. All is ate civil rights plank, a political calls "The Great Society",

or "Chicken" may have an free enterprise. The system Everyone is invited to at day at 2 pm. from the Third calm and collected and pos extremism plank bare- which is not much different

EDITOR, Sun: I hope you important point that shouldbe supposedly, would cut tend. Bethel Baptist Church with sessed.It ly bold enough to denounce the than just going ahead prosper
continue of heard to the advantage of down the crime rate-or that Rev. E. T. Thomas officiating. could almost be imag- twin bugaboos, KKK and the ously.
will your policy all. is its intention. But it is PLANS UNION Burial will follow in the Hague
printing letters of opinion and The 5th Sunday Union of the
PRO BONO PUBLICO rather naive to think that Cemetery.The .
comment in your Voice of the prohibition of firearms will Orlando District will conveneat survivors include her LBJ: 'COMPULSIVE IMPULSIVENESS'?
People column, whether the the East Side Church of
seriously lower the crime children: David Brooks Ft.
of the writers are Should Give God in Christ of 1703 NE 4th '
names rate by keeping guns out of Bragg. S. C.; Gloria and Chris-
published, or are withheld by the hands of the public. Avenue. tine Edward, Doris and Don-

I request. Equal SpaceEDITOR Rev. W. M. Days, pastor ald Brooks, all city; sisters, He Shatters Traditionsoccasion
and superintendent.
There is a need for a forum Mrs. Amelia Cohen, Mrs. Ruth
would make
watcher of Sun: I feel that weapons them Mae Bryant and Elvin Brooks,
where any even more appealing, espe- BAPTISMAL SERVICES This act of impulse is char in American political
Unrk lw
raise his my good friend, professor all city; three aunts and one @ !!
I our democracy may Harry Kantor, was perfectly cially in the eyes of young There will be baptismal serv- uncle. By ARTHUR KROCK acteristic of Johnson. And so history when a presidential

voice when he sees danger some or justified in cancelling Us sub- people, and illegal firearm ices conducted at the Friend- Relatives will meet at the ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.- are the compulsions which nominee not only informed J a

wrong or some for improve- scription to the Sun. distributors could do a thriv- ship Baptist Church during the home of her sister, Mrs. Ruth When President Johnson re- made it impossible to him to convention in person of his
: : some opportunity ing business. Prohibition in the morning worship at 11 a.m. to- Mae Bryant, 520 NE 15th St., choice of a running-mate, but
tired from the front to the
ment. If the thoughts express- It is my feeling that in political '20's made alcohol glamorous day. carry through his determination virtually placed that
at 1 to form the in
cortegeto person
4: ed in a letter have merit, or campaigns the rress and brought about a rich the p.m.church. rear of the podium of the 1961 not to reveal the name of nomination and gave an out

1: stimulate others to further should be forced to observethe underworld to supply the peo TO SHOW FILMA Democratic National Convention his choice for the vice presidential line of what the acceptance

: thought or action, the name "equal time" provision! : of ple's wants. I see no differ film, "A Better World Be- WILLIE FRAZIEK midnight last Wednesday, nomination until he speeches of both would subsequently
of the voice is usually of lit- television with an "e u a Ispace" his path was littered by before the -
I q appeared conven-
in the With Me will be shownat
ence prohibition of liquor gins Willie Frazier, formerly of be.THESE .
: tle significance. provisions. For this so many shattered traditionsof tion. The
savants of human
and the prohibition of the Friendship BaptistChurch this city, died in a local hose .
: It is surely naive of the reason I venture to suggestthat firearms, and can't see the tonight at 7:30. pital. these events that it seemed psychology may hold that impulsiveness OTHER qualifications .
4 the Sun also print besides he had exhausted the sup and
writer of the letter in the Sun American people standing for Duncan Brothers, Funeral compulsiveness were: A vice presidential .
of August 20 to contend that "The Conscience cf aConservative" such violations of the Constitu- LACROSSE NEWS Home will announce funeral arrangements ply.No are two different names candidate whose selection .
: either "A Tex- presidential nomineeever for the same attribute, disputing -
of Singers To Appear
later. could
not be
of the ascribed
fear consequences to
an Looks at L.B.J., or, per- tion.He Suwannee Sing- before had made an informal only their order of
of The Florida pre- the
of the name consideration
that he that he
publication need-
: the hitherto says never of
haps, unpublished Gainesville will MISS EVELYN METZ speech acceptancein cedence as the originalsource 1
.: a letter writer cannot be great "Confessions of Bobby ed a gun, so why should any ers from appear advance of the scheduled would attract a vital voting
of action. If that is the
., enough to require use of a Baker." one else? Mr. Green does not in a musical recital at Miss Evelyn Metz of this city, formal occasion. None had group of co-religionists, as is
the Bethel A.M.E. Church todayat died at New York after conclusion of these learned the
a of
name. Just because case his Republican
: pen represent everyone. nominated his choice for second opposite
This would give your read- 8 p.m.'There illness. She was the sister of scientists, then the commingling number
Mr. Green doesn't ; a nominee
o!, Writers will be concerned ers a chance to make up use is no admission price, Mrs. Sarah McKnight of this place from the convention has never been greater who would the
firearms is that gratify trucu.
their minds to whether any reasonto platform; and augmented the than in the of
1 : with different consequences. as but a free-will offering will be personality Lyn lent "liberal"
deny them to Americanswho era.
: Some may wish to be cautious they prefer a government by accepted. The public is invit- city.Duncan Brothers Funeral triumph of his own nomina- don B. Johnson. tic whose
do within group is vital
: about their social rea-: wheeler-dealers or one by enjoy shooting ed. Mrs. Doris Reed, reporter Home will announce funeral tion by true, as opposed to support -
to the
the law? Some restriction of success of the tick-
about their conservatives for the next managed "acclamation" by YET liE ALSO the
I: tionships-others and sponsor; Rev. W. H. arrangements later. presents et but whose
firearms such to adoles- liberalism had
.: __' economic relationships, businessmen four )'ears. as Walker, pastor.PROGRA.'t gaining it for his running- paradox of possessing the discipline been
cents, is reasonable but this prudently tempered to
mate also.
about their cus- which enabled him to
I ... complete elimination of free I Bar ShootUpFatal avert mass desertion by the
about their
tomers, employees SET explore so long and intenselythe Democratic
.;Lbosses.. Some may be anxiousto Strong ControlOf ownership of firearms is unconstitutional The Male Chorus from Archer to Two BUT THERE was more tra problem of choosing a most importantly conservatives those in the,
and unAmerican
avoid the social cold shoul- will render a- musical pro- dition-shattering to come. The vice presidential candidate South
.".. well. ; and a man with an
der the active as echoes of the benediction, with the ratio of the
or political gram at the Bethel A.M. E. highest
Guns POMPANO BEACH (AP-A impressive record of victory
IllegalEDITOR JIM WISE which marks the close of con-
economic LaCrosse principal qualific a t ions he
._. or reprisal. Church at on Sept. shoot-out killed two men and in closely-contested areas.
. 6 at 3 Rev. W. H. Walk vention sessions, had scarcely sought. As listed by the Pres-
Why the concern? Because wounded two more early Sat-
d Sun: I refer in the vaultof
you died high
away the Wed- Even if
er, pastor; Mrs. Arline Holmes, ident to convention as many believe,
-- we are all human, and most to the United States Constitution It's been a long time sincewe Mrs. Doris Reed, re urday at a bar and liquor store the hall when Johnson was nesday night, these qualifications the President's explorationhad
1 _.. of us do not read a critical specifically the Second had a presidential hope- porter. jammed with 50 to 75 Negro pa- bounding down from the plat- were: Capacity "to as- chiefly been for reassur-

=-. comment with kindly thoughts Amendment: ". The rightof ful who was born in a log trons. form to the floor to mingle sume the office of Presi- ance of an original conclusion

i of the writer. The writers of the people to bear arms, cabin. The best we can do MR. JONES IMPROVES Sheriff's deputies said "no one with the delegates of Texas. dent. .should that day that Humphrey would pass

' 0.. the Federalist! papers who shall not be infringed." And these days is find one born J. Franklin Jones Sr., father -knew anything about it" when From these, after much back- come;" experience in the these tests better than any

; or used the pen name "Publius" the Fourth Amendment: "The in a hospital that wasn't air- of J. F. Jones, Jr., a teacher officers tried to learn what hap- slapping and howdying and technique of elective politicsand other available Democrat it

T ..... understood this well. They right of the people to be secure conditioned. in the Lincoln High School, pened. Two pistols were seized joyous "embrasos," the gre- of legislative management remains an example of looking -

!. were wise enough to know in their persons, houses, (Changing Times) is ill and was reported improving. -but no arrests were made. garious and elated President ; knowledge of the inter- long and hard before leaping

f: ... that their arguments would be papers, and effects, against Killed were Verdy R Reeves, extracted Price Daniel, quon- national and domestic reali- that contrasts sharply with

F : examined more objectively if unreasonable searches and age undetermined, and Milton dam governor and senator of. ties of today; compassion for the impulsiveness-or compul-

: ,..... their names were not known. seizures, shall not be violated A man who purchased a NEW ARRIVALRev. Dixon, 27, both of Pompano his home state, and bore him the needs of others and respectful siveness, he has so often dis-

: -- We all agree, do we not, ." small piece of abstract sculpture and Mrs. H. Kinsey announce Beach. off to the airport. There an- understanding of convictions closed.

: ....' that the secret ballot is es I'm afraid Mr. Charles from an art gallery the arrival of a baby Treated at a hospital for other friend, James A. Far opposed to his own.

: .. sential. Why is it not equally Green neglected to consultthe later received a letter from boy born in the Medkal Cen wounds and released were Rob- icy, had been summoned to return And never was the revelation .

"p important that any who wish Constitution before writ- the gallery. It began: "Dear ert C. Wallace, 29, of Pompano to the White House to But undoubtedly Johnsonwas more visible than in John

4 ..... to express their views may ing his letter against fire- Sir or Madman." ter.He has been named Lyndon Beach and Henry Tanksley, 39, keep the President companyon seeking qualifications he son's restless activity last

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Orioles Blank Chisox, 5-0; J


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(AP) Richie' 0 4y L (AP) Rookie

+ "7P Allen drove in four runs and Sam Bowens knocked in three

Johnny Callison knocked in runs in support of Milt Pappas' -

three, powering National y six-hit pitching as the Baltimore

League-leading Philadelphia to rs Orioles whipped the second-

<, ti a 10-8 triumph over Pittsburgh YE'j 1 place Chicago White Sox 5-0 Sat-

e Saturday. urday night and increased their

tr Allen tripled across two runs American League lead to Itt

__in a four-run second inning and games.
-- --- slammed his 24th homer; a.two- Pappas settled down after allowing -

| I/ D pre--Fu lble Ahead run blast, in the sixth. singles to Tom McCraw

Callison batted in Allen with a and Don Buford on his first two

II t Hit har by, frosh tackle Don Giordano (rear) and an unidentified yearling single in the second and broughtin pitches of the game and didn't

(front), (btor captain Larry Dupree lost the ball on this line smash yesterday.Sun Tony Gonzalez, who had sin- allow a Chicago runner past

( phots by Eddie Davis). gled, with his 23rd homer in the second base the rest of the way.
eighth. The 27-year-old Oriole right-

hander, who has won seven of
Despite the Phillies' offensive

I BTT PASSING GAME GOES AWRY fireworks, right-hander Art Ma- eight decisions since June 16,
increased his record to 12-5
12-6 unable to
haffey, now was
finish. He was taken out in the L1ii1 while hurling his fifth shutout of

eighth inning when the 'Pirates the season.

Gators Make Few rallied for four runs. ... ... After a double play erased the
'!' .&! "" -:: :-.? "
I, John Boozer rescued Mahaf- early Chicago threat, Pappas
the PancoastsGator
fey but needed help himself Introducing yielded a double by Ron Hansenin

when the Pirates erupted for the fifth, singles by Buford in

four more runs in the ninth. assistant football coach Fred Pancoast and family recently have moved the sixth and ninth and a double

Errors in Drill Jack Baldschun replaced Boozer into their new home at 3941 SW 5th Place. From left are daughters Karen, by Gerry McNertney in the

f with a runner at third and 7; Susan, 6; Mrs. (Carolyn) Pancoast Dawn 5; and Pancoast. (Sun photo by eighth.

two out and retired. Dick Scho- Tommy Lewis). Juan Pizarro the winningest

field on a game-ending fly ball. pitcher in the American League

Florida's!! first controlled "The timing wasn't great but this week will be to concentrateon The Phillies touched off the with 17 victories, started for the

I scrimmage: of the 1964 football there were fewer mistakes thanin the aerial phase of the at- scoring in the second inning, PEPITONE HITS 3 HOMERS White Sox as they tried to take

practice period was noteworthy recent first scrimmages." tack. striking for four runs on six hits over the league lead.

yesterday for the lack of mis- Graves said he was unhappywith The UF head coach said defensive -off Bob Friend, 10-15, and EIRoy Lead-off singles in the first by

I takes and'a lack of a consistent the Gators' passing game. efforts were satisfactory. Face. Jerry Adair and Luis Aparicio,

j passing/ game. Improvement will have to be He took special note of the Yanks PairNEW plus a sacrifice bunt, had the
Ruben Amaro home
Coach Ray Graves, pleased made before the next scrim- aggressive play of sophomore singled left-hander in immediate trou

with the overall effort said, mage, he said, and plans for linebacker Jack Card of Coral the first run, Allen tripled in the ble.
Gables. Card, a lightweight, wasa next two and then scored on I Brooks Robinson, who has driven -

.1 -L: yr I ...L xTugofmar I I standout at his post. Callison's single. YORK (AP) Joe Pep- 20th homer with none on off seventh in support of Whitey14th in 11 runs against the White l'

. Graves also said safetyman Allen hit his homer in the itone drove in seven runs with starter Dave Morehead in the Ford's victory against five Sox this season, was then

Bruce Bennett of Valdosta, Ga.; sixth inning with Gonzalez on two homers in the first game fourth inning of the second defeats. walked intentionally to load the

Goes end Barry Brown, Ann Arbor, base. A run had scored earlierin and added a homer in the night- game. I Ford pitched the first seven bases. But the strategy of Chi-

I Mich.; and corner linebacker the inning when pitcher John cap as the New York Yankees Mickey Mantle smashed ,his innings, scattering eight hits cago Manager AI Lopez back-

Dick Kirk, Fort Lauderdale, Gelnar fielded Gonzalez' swept Boston 10-2 and 6-1 in a 28th homer, a two-run blast, in while blanking the Red Sox. fired when Bowens cracked a '

played well on defense.Of and threw the ball into Bounder left twi-night doubleheader Satur- the sixth inning of the opener.He Ralph Terry finished up but lost sharp single to left, scoring two :.., i iI

\ For UF GriddersExcept Kirk, who ran 41 yards for field trying to get Amaro going day.Roger also achieved a dubious distinction -the shutout in the eighth on Carl runs, 'a

the touchdown that beat Ala- from second to third. Maris belted three sin- when he struck out in Yastrzemski's single, Mantle's The Orioles disposed of Pizarro : ;

J bama last year, Graves said, singled home a run in Mahaffey the third. gles in each contest, knocking in the third inning of the second bobble and Dick Stuart's third in the fifth. Adair opened ..,

for a tug -. of war! boasts experience in depth.I "I'm very happy in particularwith three runs in the second game. game. The strikeout was the 1- hit, a double. with a triple which got past the :

: over a few players who stand Capt. Larry Dupree will run Kirk's switch to his new I The Pirates chased Mahaffey, The sweep left the third-place 330th of Mantle's career, tying Jim Bouton, 15-11, gave up stumbling left fielder McCraw, ,'

1 ; out on both offense and defense -: from both halfback and corner linebacker position. He who was in trouble several Yankees four games behind the Babe Ruth's major league only four hits in the opener, one scored on Aparicio's single. w rand

'4 the Florida football fullback. Tam Shannon at quar- has adapted rapidly." times in the game, in the eighth. American League-leading Balti- record for a lifetime. of them Yastrzemski's two-run Singles by Bowens and Earl
Offensive, three sophomorebacks more Orioles, who defeated Chi- Maris singled prior to each of homer in the seventh. Stuart got .
divided terback .
:; squad Is pretty well : Jack Harper, Dick Robinson sent the second run ,
Into two units. Kirk and Alan Poe at half- took the limelight yester- Bill Virdon walked moved to cago 50.Pepitone. the three first-game homers.: In the first hit off Bouton, a leadoff across.

backs all lettermen. day. Marquis Baeszler, Atlanta third on Roberto Clemente's sin- slammed his second the' nightcap he singled acrossa double in the fifth.
Barry Brown, letterman end, are ; Graham McKeel, Lakeland; gle and scored on Jerry Lynch'ssingle. career grand slam 'off starter run in the fifth and knocked in Bowens completed his offen-

: is one of those wanted on both Potential Stars and Don Knapp, Pensacola, ran Mahaffey then gave wayto Earl Wilson in the first inning of two more with a single in the sive show with his third singlein
Tentatively he is on FSU SloppyIn the seventh off Eddie Fisher, .
platoons. Boozer who three
: Soph halfbacks Marquis Bae- gave up the first game and came back Game
which"hasthe well.Graves in Norm Siebern who
defensive unit
the driving ,
szler and Jimmy Jordan, quar- said several freshmen more runs before retiring the with a three-run blast off Pete BOSTON NEW YORK Workout 1
: most experience in the a* r h M ab r h bi had singled and moved to sec-
terback Steve Spurrier and full- gridders impressed him. He side. Charton in the eighth. Jones 2b 4010 Llnz IS 4000
: line. back John Feiber listed them as backs Tommy The first baseman cracked his Mantilla If 4110 Gonzalez 2b 4120 ond on an infield out.
plus junior PHILADELPHIA PITTSBURGH Y'trze'ski cf 41 1 2 Marls rf 4330 TALLAHASSEE (APQuar- By winning the Orioles
"He was our best defensive fullback Billy Joe James Glenn and Harmon Wages, abrhbi abrbbl Stuart Ib 4010 Mantle cf 2212 I
Gene are Allen 3b 4224 Bailey 3b 5000 Thomas rf 3000 Lopez if 1 oo terback Steve 'Tensi completed clinched the season series with r
: end in the springsaid potential stars. If G r aham Jacksonville; end Doug Bird, Wine 3b 0000 Virdon ef 4210 Malzone 4b 3 0 0 0 Tresh If-cf 3210 7 of 17 in a controlled record the White ..'
Ellenson, defensive coach.'Brown Orlando; tackle Don Giordano, Callison rf 9123 Clement rf 4 2 2 0 Breuoad ss 300 0 Pepitone ID 4227 passes a against
4 McKeel doesn't make it on defense Covington H 101 0 Lynch If 3121 Nixon c 3000 Howard C 3011 Florida State scrimmage Satur- Sox. has 14-4 lifetime '.
Pappas a
.. may play some on of- his speedy and power Miami Shores; and back Wayne Herrnsfn If 1 00 0 Stargell lb. 5222 : I Wilson p 2000 Boyer 3b 4000
: said Rodgers, Dalrymple c 5 01 0 Burgess c S 1 3 3 Smith 3b 1000 Bouton p 4010 mark against Chicago.Night .
fense Pepper McCall Ocala.
ful 202 pound frame may fit Thomas Ib S 230 Mazer'skl 2b 5022 Totals 31 242 Totals 33101118Bstn day."We "
: offensive coach, "but ,we have at fullback on offense. Lone injury of the day was to' Rolas 2b 4020 Schofield u 4020 National League .................. too 000 2002 looked sloppy, said Cam
it for the most' val Amaro ss 4211 Freese ph 1000 Woa Lost Pet. Behind New York ................ 400 003 03x-18 Coach Bill Peterson after prac- CHICAGO BALTIMORE
look at tackle
MacLean of Jack
= to Sidney Mahaffey p 31 1 ciend'n'n ph 1000 Philadelphia .. 78 50 .IJJ1I obrhM abrbbl
The offensive line
; ue to the team." "has Char sonville. He sprained an'ankle Booer p 1000 Mota ph 1010 Cincinnati ....72 54' .563 4 Bressoud.. LOB-Boston 2, New tice.. "The scrimmage was not McCraw If 4010 Adair 2b 4220
les and Alley ph 1000 San Francisco .. 72 58 .554 7 York 2.2BStuart
Casey Thomasor
Gary Buford 2b 4030 Aparicio *t 3121
; Larry Gagner, 237 pound and will be out several days. Totals 41II IS t Totals It I IS I St. Louis .......70 58 .547 0 Tresh. Yastrzemskl as good as I'd hoped, but we saw F.R'b's'n rf 4 0 0 0 Siebern Ib 3210
Randy Jackson at ends .... (14). Pepitone' 2(1)( Mantle (%8). SBLiner. -
,i Milwaukee 45 43 .508 13 Threehundred Ward 3b 4 0 0 0 R'b"n 3b 3 0 0 0
r letterman junior .was moved ........... ... SF-Howard some good things.
John and Bob On Friday, fullback, John Fei Philadelphia Ml 103 020-1. Pittsburgh 45 44 .504 13'4 Skowron Ib 4 0 0 Oowens rf 4033
Whatley: Lyle or ._............ ... IP H R ER BB SO
tackle to guard to bolster Pittsburgh lOt OM 044- I Los Angeles 42 45 .488 15V spectators turned out to Stephens cf 3000 E.R'bVn cf 4 0 1 1
: from John Thompson at tackles ber of Gainesville injured his Chicago ...... 59 70 .457 ItV Wilson L.,11-11 ..5 I 7 6 1 1 Hansen ts 3010 Brown c 4000
.. weak- ...... Connolly .......1 O. 0 0 0 watch.
that position-which was back block. He E Friend Gelnar. DP Philadelphia Houston 54 7431 23 Martin c 2000 Snyder If 101 0H'hb'g'r
slightly on a _. ..._..
Gagner and Larry Beckman at New York ...... 44 15 1Yesterlla..s 34 Charton .2 3 3 3 1 0
3. LOB Philadelphia t Pittsburgh of ph 1000 Pappas p 4000
: est on the team. He.'s: ,assigned was in shorts yesterday.Also ,. Results Bouton, W. 15-11' 4 2 I 1 0 One Tensi's passes went 40 Pizarro p 1000
: to offense, but EUenson observed guards, Gary Cliett at center: .on Friday, B team back 28 Schofield Stargell. 3B Allen, Cincinnati 21. Houston 17, 1st game WP-WlIson.Wilson faced T2:02.Night 2 men. In 6th. yards to end Don Floyd fora M'Nertney e 2 0 1 0Tfals
Jackson and Mazeroski. HR Allen (24), Callison 11 inningsPhiladelphia M I 'I Total JJS 11J
: "He would make a great Thompson are Luther White, Chiefland, injured (23). S Rojas| Mahaffey, Wine.IP 10. Pittsburgh 8' Game touchdown. Quarterback Ed Chicago .... ........ lOt 000 000-0
defensive player." the only nonlettermen in that knee. H R Eit BB SO St. Louis 4, Los Angeles 1 BOSTON NEW YORK Pritchard hit five of 10 passes Baltimore ".,.,........... 208 07t 1/ -S
: a Mahaffey W, 12-4 7 043 5 1 Chicago 4, New York 3. 10 InningsSan abrhbl
Defensive Line group. Boozer .. .. .... 12-37 5 5 0 0 Francisco 7. Milwaukee 2 for 41 yards. E-None. DP-Baltimore 1. LOB-Chicago -
Mantilla :2b 5010 Linz ss 3320
Two-a-day drills will continue ._....
Baldschun 1-3 0 00 5 0 S. Baltimore 7.
:'; In the defensive line, Lynn Sophs who figure in are Jim Friend, U IMS .. 12-3' 44 0 0 Thaw Games Horton If 5000 Gonzalez 2b 2120Y'trze'ski Peterson praised defensive cor- 2B-Hansen, McNertney Snyder 38Adair. -
tomorrow with probability of an- New York (Rlbant 1.1) at Chicago (Jackson d 11 31 Maris rf 4033 .
............ SB Aparicio S Sleb
Face 11-33 11 1 1 rn.
with Brown Benson at guard John Preston Stuart Ib 4031 Lopez rf-H 1100 nerback Howard Ehler who in-
will pair 1-10)
: Mathews other controlled scrimmage in Law............ 2 10 1' 1 0 Mantle IP H R EX IB SO
3b 4010 cf 3011
i MacLean and Den- and J. D. 'Pasteris at tack Gelnar ..........2 3 33 1 2 Philadelphia (Short 14-4) at Pittsburgh tercepted of Tensi's Pizarro, U 17-7.. 4230 4 4 2 4
ends Syd Thomas rf 4000 Moor pr-rf 0000 one passes, I
at ; (Veale 13-10) ....
mid-week. A full-scale scrim- Sisk ............1 3 22 0 0 Fisher .. .21-3 2 1 1 0 2
nis Murphy will be the tack- les and Chip Hoye at end if will be held BorIC ............ 1 00Mahaffey 0 0 Los Angeles (U Miller 25) at St. Louis Tillman Bressoud C ss 4000 3000 Tresh Pepitone If-cf Ib 4000 4111 and halfback Elton Revell who Baumann ...... 1 0 0 0 0 0
mage Saturday at (Summons 13-*) ..
tIes, Jim Bernhardt the lineback- he doesn't play defense. Florida Field. I WP Boozer.faced T3-men 221.hi A 8th- 12.116.I I Houston (Bruce 12.7 and Johnson 1013)t Morehead Smith ph p 2 1010 0 1 0 Howard Boyer 3b c 2000 4000 caught aTensi' pass. Pappas T-I:57.W A-31.11O.12-5 f 0 1/ 1 7 I

ing left guard, Bill Richbourg, '_.' .<0 ....._._.. _.. ;:.. ",.- I t-f),Cincinnati 2 (Purfcey 8-7 and Jay Jones' ph 1000 Ford p 2000 .
t guard and Roger Pet- .. San Francisco (Marlcha' IH and Out- Ter bye 0 0Tefa"
the right lab s 3-1) at Milwaukee I Lemastert 37118 To 42S
t, tee the linebacking center. y.. ,. r Lary 3-3 and Cloninger 13- Boston .................. aoo toj 010-1 Nichols I
; All are lettermen. Pettee, 'r .. New York: ................ 180 118 38x-4 ChargesInto i
'. Richbourgh, MacLean and Bern ?" ... '" America.. LaItH E-Tillman, Stuart, Ford, Mantle.
Won Behind LOB-Boston
Lost Pee. 10. New York 11.
hardt are seniors. :: Baltimore 72 5101 28-Stuart 2. HR-Pepitone (20), SB-
backs Chicago 79 54.4 1' Lopez Mantle. Gonzalez. SF-Mantle.
4 defensive are seasoned -
Four p New York 7. 54 .571 4xDetroit IP H R Elt 8. SO World Lead I
I lettermen Bruce Bennett : 70 63 .526 10" Morehead, U .-13 4233 3 3 7 5
xLos Angeles 66 61 .493 15 Ritchie .11-30 0 0 0 0
4 Russell Jerry NewJ qj. .., .. ,...
Ken ... Cleveland 64 66 .4f2 15 Connolly 1 1 3 3 1 2
r" 64 66 '.492 15 Charton .1 2. 0 1 1
Trammell. Minnesota
comer and Allen J'r/. Ford W, 15 ... 7 1 0 0 5 7
< Boston 59 n .U1 21 By WILL GRIMSLEY Sunday's climactic 18 holes.
Newcomer however_ will miss :. Washington 53".A02 21 Terry ....,.....2 2 1 1 I
of Kansas City 40 n .369 31 WP-Morehead. T-2.47. A-37.472. Associated Press Sports Writer More than a half-dozen othersin
:.::1. appendectomy.One about two,games. an x-played night game.Yesterday's. I BIRMINGHAM, Mich. (AP- the field of 78 survivors of r

: position on the defensive Rosetta Roman Brother PGA champion Bobby Nichols the classy international origi
M unit will be manned by a New Baltimore York S.106.Chicago Boston 0 ;outshot a charging Arnold nal cast of 155 were in a posi

of "mon Washington 5, Minnesota 4 i Palmer in a head-to-head birdie tion to take over should eitherof
rookie-the key position "<:c. Cleveland 4, Kansas City 2. 11 Innings Race WinnerCHICAGO
Rookie-the key position of"monster" Detroit at Los Angeles, night I duel Saturday with a blistering the front runners falter.

roving linebacker Today's Games 66 and forged into a twostrokelead Closest to the two leaderswas
or Chicago (HortenI) at Baltimore
in the monster defense. ..... ,. ...... (McNally 7-10) (AP) Roman through the third round of Dick Sikes of Springdale,
Brother the 2-1 favorite
Trio Battling ":.. .- .t Washington Pascual(Osteen 13-9) 12.10) at Minnesota, spurted the $200,000 Carling World Golf Ark., a pro of less than six
McKeel Steve Heidt < Boston (Hetfner ..5) at New York (Stet- from well back to capturethe Championship.While months, who fired a 70 in the ,
Graham ,, tlemyre 3-1) $134,300 American Derby for
and Bud Williams are all battling .- Cleveland (Kralidc 10-4. and Donovan 7-7) rookie George Archer, threesome with Nichols and ,
M and 3-year-olds by one length at Ar-
at Kansas City (O'Donognv
: leader the first two Palmer for 210.
and Heidtare
for it. McKeel Meyer 15). 2 lington Park through
sophomores. Williams is a'' Detroit (Lotictt 13-7) at Los Angeles J :?l Lee S-4) Roman Brother returned
who wasn't able to let- bogeys, Nichols zoomed into the was another shot back at 211,
,-1. senior
1..ieUI La. .. $6.60, $4 and $2.80 to his backersin
:; ter as a quarterback but may "- Won Last Pet Behind a crowd of 27,522. lead for the $35,000 first prize firing a brilliant 67 despite unsettling
: found the spot he fits. 4 Jacksonville t3 54 jn with a 54-hole score of 206, with news that his 3-year-
have Syracuse 82 57 J o 1 Roman Brother, in snatchingthe
=' Linebackers Ronnie Pursell '. i0 t Rochester 74 63 .540 8 winner's share of Palmer breathing hard on his old son ,Mark, was seriously in
: { < Buffalo 71 41 J38 8V4 :
= and Jack Card, Guard Jerry ;:;:f Toronto 71 66 J18 11 was clocked in 2:012-5 over .a sun-tanned neck at 208. in Nassau.
S d ,: Columbus 59".421 23% Peter Butler the Englishmanwho
;: Anderson ends Neal nee Richmond 58 M .470 24% fast track. : They were the only pla'ers'still ,

and Chip Hoye, back, -' George ""'" _. ._,. ___ : Atlanta so Results 84 .361 31YYesterday's The triumph gave Roman under par after three days starred in soccer and
and center Bob McCul- n'> !of with the Oakland cricket before taking golf
: Grandy Toronto f. Rochester 1 Brother career earnings of wrestling up
4 lough are inexperienced but Aerial AdagioGary Syracuse 10 .Buffalo I more than one-half million dol- hills course a giant, 6,907-yard had a chance to match Player
Jacksonville 3-0. Columbus 2-1
could play considerable de Atlanta 4. Richmond 3 lars. His earnings this year in monster with a par 70. but he bogied the final

I ,fense. I Thomas (81) is the pass receiver while two frosh defenders get into Toronto at_ Rochester Tad'y's Games capturing four stakes and plac- It appeared to be a two-man hole for a 212, where he was

The" offensive backfield the act, too. It all looks like something by ballet master Balanchine. The pass Buffalo at Syracuse 2 ing in 11 of 22 starts reached struggle between these two pow- tied with Don January who :

packs ,quite. a punch_ and: was incomplete. Columbus RfcnmoM II at AUuU Jacksonville t 1301,542. ,__ erful young hitters going into shot a 68.
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Fog Cancel B..,.

r.. Trial RacesNEWPORT Of 'Do-It-Y ourself' QBs\. .; I INEW


I Will .Be'Good' R.I. (AP) A Ie i
YORK (AP-AIl-Amer-1 Navy's Staubach, attemptingto and Arms Carl Stichweh, the
a heavy fog and lack pf wind { Stau-
icas Roger Staubach and Jim-' become the first man in his- lad who }lmosi.upstaged'
n forced cancellation Saturday of tory to win the Heisman Tro- bach in he, service academythriller
Sidle will again execute
trial races both for candidatesfor phies, is the scrambling escape of 63.
challenger and defender of, many plays they call this sea- artist who packs a battlewagon AmongJerry he pass-masters are-'

the America's Cup. son-a continuation of college punch on a destroyer frame. Rh ne of Tulsa, BokBer

football's era of the doityourself The Middies have lost experi--ry of _Or gonr Tom dyers of
Neither the New Yacht
.... enced line strength, ,but will always -NorthwestCalifornia rn, 'Craig Ma fon of
It's almost impossibility for Florida's Gators not to be selection
an Club's committee nor Glacken ofWjomingVToin t
be a threat with Roger theDodger. Scotty ,
a good football team in 1964.There's that of the Royal Thames Yacht there will be more spe- Duke and Wil- i
-1 too much tested talent around, too much coaching ; _,
Club has come to a decision yet ww cialists under the liberalized Sidle, the Auburn ace, lost the kinso 0.. I { I
savvy in Ray Graves' staff, too many talented newcomers '
#>' on which of the four yachts remaining r substitution rule-but the emphasis nation's major college rushing Joe. Nafcato draws rbest-in- J
on the horizon for anything to materialize but what should
.. be the best football squad in the "new era" of the past five in the two trial compe- is still on the quarter crown by a mere 10 yards witha the-nation praise from yea 1

years. titions will race for the famed back who gets the big job done 1,006 output last year. He's Bryant, thj'man who suspended I
back now to lead that breed of him from the Alabama squad
Quite likely, the massive schedule will be the only thing trophy,next month.
that team. And field general who would rather part of lik. season. When it 1
:: : keeps the Gators from becoming a great "
.,; even the ponderous early blocks presented by SMU, Mississippi The defender role lies be- Jack SurteesIn fight that pitch for his yards. comes to.rtrsatility,.Coach Buff I
x- tween Constellation and American of (tlumbia I
not Bob Schweickert of Virginia Donelli says Archie
State, LSU, Ole Miss, Alabama and Auburn are
Eagle. Most observers be- 1-
.. oiVanks all be-
Roberts 'em
like death and taxes. Tech is in the same category
That is, provided you're the kind of UF fan that doesn't lived Constellation the committee will choose CrackupGOODWOOD along with Pitt standout Fred cause he's \So his -squad's,- best I"
winner of five in a 'K.
of LSU
coincide greatness with 10-0 or 9-1 records. row over American Eagle. Mazurek, Pat Screen -- c.
-' Some of the finest football teams of recent years have had .
England ( )
'' The challenger will be either
: to swallow three, four and even five setbacks in a season. I
Sovereign or Kurrewa V, with t John Surtees, British driver,

.. Sovereign apparently in the lead crashed WANTEflMENWOME
-- at 100 miles an hour ina I
with her 3-0 record
over the lat
.: Racing Beauty Champs race Saturday and was badly

.. .. ter.The selection shaken up but apparently escaped -
.. must be made
i i'j within a week for the cup chal- Charlie Kolb of Miami, one of the country's top serious injury.
.4 : lenge races scheduled to open sports car drivers, and Miss Barbara Lovejoy of Surtees, 33, was in a three-car from ages 18 to 52. Preparenow Lincoln ServiU has helped,
for these
: ) Sept. 15.Both Sarasota, Miss Southland of 1963, look over trophies pile-up with cars driven by for U.in this S. Civil Service during the job tests thousands every priare ye* since 1948. .It
openings area
..: ,. the British and Americans Kolb won in last year's SCCA divisional champion- Innes Ireland and Tony Lan- Government positions pay as is one of the I ifeest and eldest
e rescheduled their races for ships at Daytona International Speedway. The 1964 high as $446.00 a month to privately owne .schools of, its
franchi during the British Tour- kind and is no onnected with
Sunday, weather permitting. two-day race meeting, one of the most important start. They provide the Govemmen
oj more fog in store, and there sports car events in the nation, will be held next ist Trophy race. He crawled out greater security and excellent than private'
:: Memory doesn't serve too well today but within the past was no indication there wouldbe Saturday and Sunday.Aussie of his wrecked car, then col- employment for advancement.opportunity For FREE- infer ition- on list Gov-of

: t five years there was a college eleven rated In the nation's racing winds. lapsed.He Many positions require little or emment positions jobs.v ands i i :luding ries, fill out
.. ten at season's end which had lost three games and tied no specialized education or ex- .
; top The Sovereign crew took ad- was taken to a hospital coupon and mo at once -
.. I ; another. vantage of. the idle day for an- Women Get where a spokesman said: "I perience.But to get one of these jobs TODAY. You w|,also get full
: I : The 1964 Florida club leans toward power, sheer strength other try at improving their think he is just bruised and you must pass a test. The com- yourself details on for how thes y tests.con prepare
: combines fine balance in that the is keen and in some
lots of it. It also pass petition
sails. They have set a tem- shaken up. We are keeping him NOW!
up .
out of five ,Don't delay -
: is than adequate and the kicking should cases only one pass.
;: ing game more game
porary sail loft in a leased barn, here overnight, as he was
be superior. using sewing machines and oth- knocked out." LINCOLN SERVICE, Dept. 89
: Early season attitude may have much to do with the overall Top Seeding Pekin, IllinoisI
equipment they brought from
er Surtees drove off the track
: eventual success of the Orange and Blue. I much interested. Please send me absolui FREE CI) J
II England for the recutting opera- to avoid Ireland's very .
trying car A list of U.S. Government positions and salaries; (2) Information
The Little SignsThere PHILADELPHIA (AP) The and Miss Moffitt is expected to when it spun. As he did so, Lan- on how to qualify for,a U.S. Government Job. -

tions.Wins United States is the defending team with Mrs. Susman in dou franchi's car crashed into him Name .e ...

are little signs present at the UF drill field that National champion but Australia's pow- and was wrecked. Ireland was Street . :. . . Phone . .... ...
build optimism. Among them: erful squad is first-seeded in the bles.The United States is seeded able to continue. City . . . . . ., State . .. I'
4 Coaches who are not satisfied with good performances and Title women's world tennis team
: keep pushing for perfection. Trapshoot championship starting Wednes- second, Britain third and Ger

: Players who are "putting out" although here and there the many fourth.America's.
always-present straggler is in evidence. William VANDALIA A. Brauer, Ohio III(AP of )Fond- day.Play for the Federation Cup, team has a bye OPEN 8:30 A.M. TO 9 P.M. MON. THROUGH FRI., SEPT.4th

; Mature gridders, grown up in height, weight, determina Du Lac, Wis., celebrated his called the women's Davis Cup, through the first round and will .
tion and with a better sense of pride in their own accomp- will continue through Saturdayat
26th birthday Saturday by play in the second round -
: lishments and goals, to date and for tomorrow. and the Germantown Cricket open ::
99 of 100
breaking winningthe
e I've been before often with the against Ireland, led by Geral- oHDcI
wrong as as once a day national doubles championship Club.
I' Gators, in the past. But it seems they mean business this at the 65th Grand American Defending for the United dine Houlihan. ,

t time. Soon, a canvas fence will go up around newly-construct- Trapshoot. Hantze Susman of San Antonio Australia, which lost in last
:1 ed poles at the north end of the practice field. The sessions W. C. Everhart of Reno, Nev., year's inaugural competition in
.1; will be kept from ,prying eyes in 1964 for more reasons than retired Air colonel
a Force Tex.Miss an upset to the United States,I Special Prices on Boys and
Moffitt and Miss
:::; one. cracked 98 for second place in
: the field of 720. to play the first two singles, has Margaret Smith and Lesley Girls Phys. Ed. Clothes. Approved and';
a No More Coddling? Turner returning for another try

the with Required forGAINESVILLE .'
cup, along Robyn '
The story never has been written publicly and your servant .: .
J Ebbern. Miss Smith has won all '1
1 : still doesn't know all the details. The gist is that a couple Ayres Scares Off HIGH SCHOOL.0 i
women's tennis
I ; of seasons ago the UF lost at least one game, maybe a the major ''. .
J1 pair, because the opponent had been tipped off .to a glaring championships Wimbledon, P. K. YONGE ,

( weakness in the UF pattern. U.S., Australian, French and HIGH >
; ,
: ; One of the more interesting objects is that certain'UFcoaches Trotting RivalsIt Italian. f y. ",; "
.. .
,. ,
1,. seem to have gotten over an inherent tendency to Australia Is slated to meet : WESTWOOD HIGH ,. or.
"coddle" certain Gator players. Although = ._ .: ""
key some positionsare -
thin, most are deep. And, fortunately, it is at the deep DU QUOIN, 111. (AP-Ayres) this year the pony-sized colt has Denmark in its first match,1 HOWARD BISHOP JR.' HIGH 'f. i4,

positions that there are a few players who might have an a runt colt with a touch of juvenile won eight of nine races and his while Britain opposes Norway,!

idea of easing their way to the top. delinquency in his back- 1:50: flat mile heat recently in Germany faces Italy, Canada I
If they do, chances are they'll be bench sitters. It would ground, is such a sensational 3- Springfield, HI., Is the best time takes on Sweden and Argentina Boys

seem the Gators of '64 have a crop,that has come to play.Don't year-old trotter that he appar- of any Hambletonian eligible. meets Belgium. ...
ask for specifics. When one has hung'around college ently has scared 'a lot of rivals Simpson J jogs, trains and Lettered Gym Suits Gym Suits ; .

football practices 21 falls, one acquires a sensitivity to,these out- of the'Hambletonian.The warms up Ayres behind another Cops Crown Uttered Sweat Shirts Shorts .it
premier harness racing horse at all times so the colt Shirts '- JShoes
things. It could be a sensitivity born of hope, even despair. Sweat Pants ,
The latter is a trademark of Gatorland. event will be held Wednesday on won't get a notion to take off at WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) r
the record-inducing clay mile full speed. The formula works. Shoes Socks r "-
A Whack Here and There oval of the DuQuoin State Fair- His only defeat was a photofinish -no-hitter Danny Saturday Yaccarino as pitched Staten Is-a Socks Lettered SwebE Shirt

grounds before an estimated loss early in July to the old- land, N.Y., defeated Monterrey, fir Sweat Pants
: This may be the year for a trademark not often present at 90,000. er free-for-all star, Marco Han- Mexico, 4-0 for the 18th annual Supporters
.. the UF. That of a winner. A field of between nine and 12 over, and this was avenged by Little League World Series

: The first two games are all-Important. Florida needs to win trotters is expected for the J100- Ayres in his next start. championship. Names Available for Girl's

: from both SMU and Mississippi State. The Gators needs those 000-plus stakes when entries If he stays on his best behavior Yaccarino had a perfect game .

: two for a springboard into the meat and potatoes section of close Sunday morning and the Ayres ranks as an over- for 5 1-3 innings of the sixinninggame Gym Suits Shirts and Shorts
: LSU-Mississippi and Alabama-Auburn in tandem. draw for post positions is made. whelming favorite. then yielded a walk. I ,

: No one in his right mind expects the UF to get out of could be the smallest field s

: Baton Rouge, a .visit from the Rebels, the horrors of Denny since the 1955 Hambletonian at Combination Key Locks
Field In Tuscaloosa and a home show by Auburn's Tigers, Goshen, N.Y., when 11 ran. That
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: The difference In '64 might be that there Is a strong whack was shifted to DuQuoin, where

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:: And what a tale that would make. Welcome University StudentsSPECIAL
Ayres is a Star's Price-Ar- :
pege colt owned by Charlotte N. .

Sheppard of the vast Hanover!I Why give favorite student a PRICESON
Ii= Bosox Seek Mele? Farm in Pennsylvania. He is your

trained and driven by 44yearold -I good pen when he'll] just lose it?

,- John Simpson, 1957 Hamble
MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL year. tonlan winner with Hickory A.

: '(AP) -Sam Mele Is sitting on a "All I know," Mele said, "is Smoke. Simpson was second in Approved & Required

:- hot seat, but he can't move. that no one has contacted me, the 1950 classic with Ayres' sire,
Parker won't let him lose it.
Despite denials all around, and I certainly haven't contacted Star's Pride. !

h -.t there may be substance to a report anyone else about it I'm Simpson, a bookish looking If he does it will be replaced* ',: GYM CLOTHES 3
0" out of Boston Friday that very happy in my job'and I'm master reinsman of Maitland, !

the Red Sox will bid for Mele's happy with the Minnesota organization Fla., cured Ayre of,what horse- For

services next year. ." men call speed-craziness. So far,, =j: iF.IrI -
Mele avows he is happy as MEN WOMEN

manager of the Minnesota
r Twins. But the clubs president, WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE! SPECIAL REPLACEMENT OFFER: If you buy your
Calvin Griffith, isn't saying out favorite student a Parker 45 (the $5 model) betweennow Shorts & Teeshirts Bermudas Jamaica,'
Don't chance o heater that won't work! and October 17, 1964, he can protect it against Shirts; -
: loud whether the with Twins Mele are 100 Call today for our pre-season special! loss for one full year at no extra cost. He registersits Gator Sweat Shirts & Pants Gator Sweatshirts

per cent happy purchase by mailing one-half of the Parker 45 ,.
Griffith doesn't say yes and Registration Certificate to the insurance company Gym Shoes by Converse, and ,PantsShoes '- '
: he doesn't say no. He ,has said HEATERS listed on the certificate. Then if the pen is lost the by U.S. K.drand
.. the Twins' failure remain In insurance company will replace it at no charge. All Beacon Falls & U.S. Keds Beacon Falls
: the American Leaguepennant he has to do is mail the other half of the certificate, "*
:: fight is not Mele's fault. But it properly notarized before December 31,'1965 and Socks and Athletic Supporters Socks "

w Is an age-old axiom that, when describe how the pen was lost
: badly the Is CLEANEDCall
things go manager
Here's why this is such a good pen for a student: Complete Line of
:: the first to go.Not .
Far IT'S CONVERTIBLE./ Load it with a cartridge or replace Clubs
Mele's home is in Quincy, now before the first ONLY the cartridge with the ingenious little "con- TENNIS EQUIPMENT ,,:,! '

: Mass., not far from Boston's cold snap to ovoid fighting verter" (95 cents extra) and fill it from an ink : Carts i!
Fenway Park. Mele played four a balky heater when the bottle. The 45 is the only pen that fills two ways. .
with the Red Sox during 25 SOLID 14K GOLD POINT. Choice of seven widths I,
: years temperature tumbles ond $ RACKET '2e Bogs :.
from extra-fine to extra-broad. And we can replace
." his career. It wouldn't be terribly servicemen' are swamped 5
:. hard for him to take a shift with emergency calls. points right on the spot.
e Balls :
:. from Minnesota to Boston. RESTRINGING :
Mele and Griffith said Friday CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE
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: "That is Mr. Griffith's policy I 'sEirii $20 And r
: : ," Mele said, "and that's the Up

:: Mele is working under a one-

: year contract, reportedly for ... --
= <; about $32,000.Both Central Heating Oil Furnaces $7.50 CHESNUT OFFICE
Florida's: Sporting Goods
Mele and Griffith denied CALL.FR 29561C.
that anyone from Boston has EQUIPMENT CO., ; INC. 1113UniyenityAye. Ftonklin 2-8212

... contacted either of them about B. BOHANNONJR..t 106 W. UNIVERSITY AYE. PHONE FR 2.8421
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3 Y Scrimmages Step-Up Practice I Coach Set I

.rr By Son' JAMES;RUSSELL eral line positions, and center ing dummy and executingtheir r Dock Carter, a 5-10, 175 ., it-In fact I think we have a For Drills
Sports Writer Rob Hansen was a standout. blocking assignm e n t s I pound guard also won the praises little bit more than we did
The approach'of ; ..... .... .......
autumn be- "We've used Whit at everyposition against dummies. r of the Terrier boss. last year, and the team spirit Shtpwrd -Falcon---- t r
tame even.morfe imminent as on our line, and he The Lincoln mentor singledout "We have high hopes for we had then left little to CUIpepHF FT.MEADE, Md. (AP) I
the first controlled scrimmages has turned in an 'outstanding Clayton Toombs for his Dock, as he is a strong boy be desired," the Terrier men The new coach of the Baltimore I
i, of the young football season job anywhere we put him," efforts at this point. Toombsis and is working hard,." Heard tor said. Bullets, Buddy Jeannette, will I
... were held Friday night. Gutierrez said.. a 10th grader out for football said. Madison Defense Graves Lists Top greet the team's 14 rookies and .
..1 ''Gainesvpie high Coach JimNiblack' 'rundamntalsLincoln i the first time, and Heard Heard said he thought his a few of the veterans Tuesday r
Coach Charlie Roberts of San-
was well pleased\ with High Coach Jesse thinks he possesses the poten- forces would close ranks and when the club opens its Ft !i
the hustle displayed in the ,Head 'put his forces through tial to be an outstanding end.. make up for the loss of guardIra ta Fe had. a controlled Meade training headquarters. i
,. Cane scrimmage at Harris '.drills-on fundamentals. "Toombs is 6-1, 190 poundsand Ware and tackle Alonzo mage the emphasizing scrim-I Units for GatorsAlthough Jeannette- who recently replaced j J I
Rebel offense
Afield. .. The Lincoln boss had Terr- has surprising speed for a Boston with more hard work. Madison 63 defense. I Bob Leonard as coach of 1
Niblack 'thought a 60 yard ier gridders tackling a swing- big boy," Heard said. I "We have a lot of team spir- gap the National Basketball Association !
t Tp romp of halfback Al'Giffen I u I, The blocking of end Charles stressing that all ews (Tampa), Left Tackle entry, will send the as- ;

Dn''a pass play and a 17'- yard Davis and tackle'Trigger Hodge squad listing are strictly tem- Senior Dennis Murphy (Cairo, piring young players through j
,. :TD jaunt.of'halfback Mike Gib- .. HEART AILMENT SUSPECTED impressed the Santa Fe coach."I porary at this point, Florida Ga.), Linebackers-Senior Roger two drills a day, including a
... son were the outstanding offensive thought Davis did a tremendous -Head Coach Ray Graves listed game-condition scrimmage eachnight f
Pettee Bradenton and
plays ol the job blocking he his top offensive and defensive ( ) soph-
Niblack praised the game.play of : Race Driver Thompson has promise of turning into a units Saturday.The omore Jack Card (Coral Ga- The rookies will be battling to ;

quarterbacks Chris Johnson jarring blocker, and I thought two lists contain sever- bles), Middle Guard .-Senior -survive a player cut at the end J Jof
: and Jackie EckdahLOutstanding Trigger's blocking was outstanding al personnel switches, foremostof Bill Richbourg (Pensacola), the week and join the full I
: ," Roberts said. which would be the movingof Right Tackle--Senior S Sydney Bullet squad when it reports
,: Ordered to Quit Sport SwitchedRoberts junior Larry Gagner from Sept. 8. i
MacLean (Jacksonville
: "I thlnK: meson: did an. es: : switched fullback tackle to offensive right guard ), Rig"tEld The Bullets' No. 1 college [
: pecially---outstanding job in di Junior Barry Brown,
Frank Taylor to guard and and senior captain Larry from draft[ choice, All-America Gary
'7.: recting his team to two By ROBERT MYERS Tooele Hospital, 60 miles east of his supercharged Challenger I was pleased with his performance. fullback to tailback (left half (Ann Arbor, Mich). Secondary Bradds of Ohio State.will report
touchdowns Niblack said.r Associated Press Sports Writer Bonneville, by Craig Breedlove, in pursuit of Sir Donald Camp- back). -Senior Ken Russell (Midland -'with the veterans. He is finish

: : The defensive play of safety SALT LAKE CITY (AP) who holds the land speed record bell's auto speed record of 403.1 The running of halfbacks Rus- "Dupree will also work at Pa.),. Juniors Bruce Ben ing up summer college.
4 J"muny.Culpepper, end Kent for jet-powered vehicles at sell and Donald fullback," notes Graves. "He nett Valdosta, Ga.), Allen I
: Sheppard, and' tackles, Randy Millionaire race driver Mickey miles per hour, set at Adelaide, Taylor Boggs (
417.45 m.p.h. Later he was needs to get extensive workat Trammell Eufaula Ala.) and
and fullback Mac Crawford ( ,
Shadburn, and Dale .Turlington Thompson, holder of nearly 200 transferred to Salt Lake Australia, in July. He also had
impressed the grid coach. halfback to give us some additional ,Dick Kirk (Fort Lauderdale).
e won boss. the*plaudits of the GHS speed records, was ordered Sat- Newsmen could not see scheduled an assault on Bree- "Taylor appears to be developing depth and .versatility I Other players who have been.i ElectricalI
urday to give up racing becauseof Thompson but his brother-in-law dlove's jet-powered mark with into a hard nosed run in our offensive backfield." impressive in early drills include i
:, The offensive running and a suspected heart ailment. I said he will go ahead with mostof I his pure jet US 1. ner, while Boggs made some Graves' first offensive unit offensive end Randy Jackson 'I Installed
blocking, of halfback Brian The 34-year-old his plans including an assaulton Records nice runs." includes: (Lake City), tackle Jim Ben-JI
and the automobile land .Residential Commercial
Hipp the of
blocking center speed Left End Junior
Gary and
Roberts was high on the son (Albany, Ga.) quarter
potential .
blacked three times Industrial
out in two
Most of records
) Kimmfe' Helton caught t record at Bonneville in Octoberor Thompson's .
of Crawford, a 175 (Fort Lauderdale), Left back Steve Spurrier (Johnson -!
Niblack's attention. days after racing a sports car at November. "The only differ- set in 20 years of racing are for pound sophomore.! Tackle Senior Bob Lyle City, Tenn.) and defensive CALL
The Gunga:' Din squad also the Bonneville Salt Flats west of ence, of course," Campbell said, acceleration and distance. He Rained Out ([Haines City), Left Guard linebackers Ron Pursell I C. P. Dressier
won the praises of the GHS Salt Lake "will be that Mickey will not Junior Larry Beckman (Miami Mt. Electrical Contractor
City. A heart speci- also has the top one-way speed Hurricane Cleo forced Starke (Tavares) Bob McCullough (
boss for its part in the -scrim- alist, Dr. Roy McDonald, was drive. for automobiles 406.6 m.p.h. Coach Dave Hurse to call off ), Center Junior Gary Dora) and Graham Mc-:' Phone FR 6.6193
mage. About 250 fans attended. Thompson had intended to run Cliett (Bainbridge, Ga.), Right Lakeland and guard'
practice Friday, and Bradford Keel ( ) 910 N.W. 4th St.
quoted Official
: as saying an records require a two- I
Junior .
County schools were closed for Larry Gagner Jerry Anderson (North Miami)
. Saturday Scrimmage diagram hasn't determined the I way run. the (Daytona Beach), Right f
t P. K. Yonge Coach Mike Gutierrez : extent of damage but Thompson Did He Make Two weeks ago, Thompson Hurse day. thought his forces tackle -' Senior John Thompson
held his first controlled "definitely will not be allowedto anounced plans for a front-en- were slowly rounding into (Norfolk, Va.), Right End I END OF SEASONCLEARANCE
scrimmage Friday afternoon, race again." Collect Call? gine, front-wheel drive car to shape, and appeared impressed Junior Charles Casey (Atlanta -
and then had his'gridders come Additional tests are scheduled race at the Indianapolis 500 next with work of quarterbacksPhil Ga.).
back for another scrimmage today: and tomorrow at Salt BALTIMORE (AP) Jack year. "The car will still be Elder and Donald Falcon Quarterback Senior Tom

; session"* itlvajnypst: ;day Lake's Holy Cross Hospital. Dr. Stewart of Scottsdale, Ariz., listened -built," Campbell said. this ,week. Shannon (Miami), Tailback -I
'I was fairly well 'pleased McDonald said he hoped to havea Senior Macclenny
"Phil Larry Dupree ( -
to Friday night's double- was my string i
with the way things came ,definite medical report b;- ), Fullback Sophomore
along," the PKY mentor said.: Monday header between the Baltimore Cadets ReportIn quarterback last year, and sville,1 I NOW IN PROGRESS
Falcon would have played a lot John Feiber (G a i n e )
.: Quarterback Tom Dobsori Under Sedation Orioles and Chicago White Sox
Alan Poe
if he hadn'tbroken Wingback-Junior :
M.. fullback Tom Hansen and half* _Thompson of Rolling. Hills, .by long distance telephone. Top ShapeWEST as a sophomore his ankle in our first (Tampa). I
backs Steve Tuttle and Dana Calif,,was said to have accepted Stewart became a fan of the EMERGENCY LIGHTS
: ny Trujillo won the." praises- of, the .doctor's verdict. "But," Orioles when they used to train POINT, N.Y. (AP) game last year, the Tornado Defensive team includes: ''I
mentor said.
r Left.End-Junior Math-
.. Gutierrez. ': "t* I said: his brother-in-law, Gary there. Friday night, he called Coach Paul Dietzel called his Lynn :,
.. The PKY coach said die be; Campbell, "Mickey is under the home of Zan Kreiger, Oriole Army football squad "the best SPOTS s LAMPS FLOODS
lieved Hansen, a little allstater heavy sedation and I don't real- treasurer. conditioned group of players I NOW LEASINGNEW
I last year, appeared "to be ly think he knows that this is Krieger's daughter answered. have seen in 17 years of college IDEAL FORi
definitely coming back into it." Stewart asked her to put the receiver coaching" as the Cadets opened RETAIL STORE BUILDINGS
his last year's form," and' Campbell said Thompson ran near a radio broadcasting practice Saturday. HURRICANE 'M PRICE
: Trujillo, the only sophomore on his Corvette sports car 161.74 the games and leave it Only five of the 79 candidates / *
::4 the squad, is beginning to show m.p.h. at Bonneville Thursday there. She did. failed to pass the opening? day I I IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY SEASON

1 i his speed. morning. "He passed out laterin "Imagine what his phone bill physical aptitude test. Last year I
Pi Tuttle stood out with,several -" the day," Campbell said, will be for 3tt hours form nearly one-quarter of the players i 3440 W. Univ. Ave.For .
.l nice runs, while Dobson "and blacked out about mid Scottsdale," Krieger said in failed. The Army squad goes Bawd's Marine
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impressed at offensive quarter- night that night. His third black amazement.The to nearby Camp Buckner Sun- Full Details
back. r ,,, out was yesterday in the hospital. Oriole treasurer will be day for a week of heavy training -I,
,: Whit Springfield impressed ." PHONE 376-9183 601 S. MAIN ST.
even more amazed is Stewart prior to the start of classes jl
: Gutierrez with his play at sev Thompson was driven to called collect. Sept. 8.

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Whitfield's towering leadoff 2frm fork eimru he hit Glenn Davis of the Rams so hard that the ligamentswere You must be kidding,' I said. ST. LOUIS. (CAP) Bob Skin. I

= homer In the 11th inning lifted torn in Glenn's knees. ner's pinch three-run homer and
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By ARTHUR DALEY not, he said, 'That's Hardy Brown and I
: Cleveland to their eighth "On the last j play of a game with the Rams, and 49ers, to keep as far from him I Bob Gibson's pitching carriedthe I
= straight triumph, 4-3 over Kansas NEW YORK The conversation was about the defensive Dick Hoerner carried the ball and Hardy smacked him headon. as can get. .' sizzling, St. Louis Cardinals I

= City Saturday. terrors who have cut paths of destruction in professional The gun sounded and we went to our dressing rooms. "Jn the third quarter I forgot. I threw .him a little circle to their fifth,straight victory, 4-

Whitfield hit the. homer, his football over. the years. Then up spoke Y. A. Tittleof When the Rams counted noses, Hoerner was. missing. Fifteen pass and that Hardy hit him. When I visited Collins in the hospital lover the Los Angeles Dodgers I

=. eighth, off 'reliever Wes Stock, the New York Giants. By the time he had finished, none minutes later they found him just staggering to his all" night, I realized that he hadn't been kidding at Saturday.

who suffered his second setback disputed the fact that his candidate had to be .the acknowledged feet." Skinner was,called on in the

=- in nine decisions. The bit champion."I've Because Brown ,seemed especially effective against the Cardinals' four-run second in- I

I =- sailed an estimated 450 feet seen them all in 17 years," said YAT with a sad Rams, the story has been whispered about the An- Chapter to Hardy ning when Julian Javier was I

-.. over both fences in right field. little smile, "and the toughest football player I ever met, gelenoes once plotted to "get" him. Every player put $5 in Tittle's fascination with forced out of the game by an !

It marked the sixth time in the pound for pound and inch for inch was Hardy Brown, my a pool and the pot was to go to the one who gave this feared memorable characters he Hardy Brown as one of the most upset stomach. The homer off ,

roommate with the 49ers. No ever close hatchet-man his At the end of the ever met is apparently irre- Howie Reed
history of Kansas City's Muni- one came to hit- comeuppance. game sistible. With the clever was Skinner's 4
cipal Stadium that a ball ting as hard as he did. When he was in his prime abouta all money was returned. No one had as much as dented terback has written a help of Don Smith, the aging quar- fourth of the season, but his If
cleared the back wall in right. dozen years ago, he never was permitted to take part him. "I Pass!" It will be puslished in engaging autobiography, first for the Cardinals since they .

The A's had tied the score in in intrasquad scrimmases and we used to say that he hada "When Brown hits you," once said Jim David of the Lions peek reveals an entire a few weeks and a preview obtained him from Cincinnati in I

the sixth, scoring a run with more impressive knockout record than Joe Louis. "he sure homogenizes your red and white corpus- est of all football players. chapter devoted to this tough midJune.Ken I

I out a hit. Walks to Rocky Cola- "I'm not saying that he was the best linebacker I ever cles." Boyer opened the big second .

ito, Bill Bryan and Wayne saw but it's a cinch he was the toughest. He probably But back to Tittle. "Contrary to popular impression," said his staunchest defender Inning .with a double,

Causey plus a sacrifice fly by couldn't, take it today. He wasn't big enoiyh because he "Hardy was not a dirty player. He merely had a stopped at third on Dick Groat'ssIngle
185 six-footer and couldn't Could Take It Too unique way of flattening ball carriers and it was entirely
Ed Charles got the run across. was only a pound plug holesor arid scored on a fielder's
The A's scored their fIrst two follow assignments the way the moderns do. He was legal. Officials examined his shoulder pads to see if he choice. Then Skinner unloaded.

I runs in the secondinnlng when strictly free lance, a rover. "Hardy could dish It out," said YAT, but he also could used reinforcements of any kind. They never found any- The the Cardi Inals'
triumph was
take It. :I remember him injured only once. He slammedinto thing. He was just unbelievable. During the 1951 season he
Colavito and Ken Har-
singled 23rd in their last 33
relson homered.The Unique Style"His a Detroit runner and put him down so hard that the knocked out 21 enemy players. games.
Indians ahead fellow ricocheted off the ground, catching Hardy under the Frankie Albert was his teammate and later his coach. Gibson bringing his record to
pulled .
style was unique. He didn't tackle by locking arms chin with his feet on the rebound. The cut required six Said He: 12-10, lost a bid for a shutout
with three runs in the third on
singles by Whitfield, Vic Dava around a man and he rarely left his feet. He crouchedlow stitches but Hardy was back In action again in a few min "II every defensive platoon had 11 Hardy Browns, the when Derrell Griffith homered
with one out in the ninth. Gibson
&I lillo and Leon Wagner and a and exploded upwards, almost like. a welghtlifter making utes. National Football League would never complete its sched. allowed

...; double by Max Alvis. his upward thrust. His shoulder'would hit the ball carrier "The first time I became aware of him, I guess, was ule. seven hits.

-.. and upend him violently. When the shoulder hit the when he was with the Redskins and I was with the Colts. LOS ANGELES ST. LOUIS
CLEVELAND KANSAS CITY I There wouldn't be any backs left to carry the ball by the ab r h bl abriubi
.a. brhbi abrkbl face, they brought out the stretchers. Just before the game one of our halfbacks, Rip Collins, end of the Wilts! ss 4010 Flood cf 4010
a- Salmon rf 4010 Green 2b 4000 "One day against the Redskins he knocked out the entire walked over to me. season. Gllliam 3b 3000 Brock If 4010

_. Whitfield Howler is Ib 4100 5231 Aluslk Ca'p'n'ris' ph It 1000 4020 starting backfield except for Harry Gilmer, the quareterback. 'Look,' he said, 'I don't ever want you to throw the "Shucks," said Hardy modestly. "I just give them a little W Fairly.Davis Ib cf 4000 4010 Wtjte Boyer Ib 3b 3010 4110

Alvis Wagner 3b 5011 S lllCauseyss Colavito rf 4120Davallllo 3100 All were carried to the sidelines. On another day ball near 47.' -- nudge with my shoulder." Some nudge! Griffith T.Davis If rf A 4131 0 1 M'Carver Great ss c 4110 4121

cf 5021 Harrison Ib 5 1 1 2 Roseboro c 2100Javr2b 0000
II Azcut C 4000 Bryan c 4000 I ir. Oliver 2b 3000 Skinner pi 1113 f
Moon ph 0000 Maxvill Ib 0 0 0
Held 20 4010 Charles 3b 3021 ,
Tiant :3000 Mathews cf 4000 Reed p 2000 Shannon rf 0 0 0
.. p
Francona ph 1 0 0 0 Drab'sky p 2000 Top Horses to PerformIn Reds Sweep Two Parker ph 1010 Gibson p 3000 I
Jimenez ph 1. 0 0 ; Howard ph 1000 .
Tartabull If 1000 Totals 32 17 1 Totals 33 4 0 4
S .' Totals 40 4 t 4 Totals U 373 Los Angelas ..............000 000 001-I
Cleveland ............. 003 000 000 01--4 St. Louis .___._..._,.....040 000 OOX-4
'"U. Kansas City ............ 010 Ml OOP Oft-3 OP .. St. Louis 1. LOB Los Angeles -
I E Held, Causey. DP Cleveland 1. Annual Sheriff's Show Now Six BehindCINCINNATI I; St. Louis 7. I
L-_ ,
Kansas City 2. LOB Cleveland J, ?B Boys Brock. McCarver, T.
Kansas City 6. Davis. HR Skinner (4), Grl'fith (3).
S Gilliam, Maivill
2B Whitfield Davallllo Charles Alvis.
HR Harrelson Whltrleld I H R ERBBSO
(3) (lJI
0. '. SF Charles. Outstanding horses from A parade Friday afternoo I All horses must carry 115 : (AP) Deron First Game Reed, S 4 1 1 3
HOUSTON CINCINNATI Perranoskl 5.1 1 0 0 0 e
._ ,.. ...... .....IP, H 7 R 3 ERBBSOTlant 3 5 5 throughout the country will do will kick off the gala activities ,. pounds, and jockeys must : Johnson's seventh inning homer brhbi abrhbi Gibson, W 1210 7 1 1 3 4

I McMahonW Drab'sky ,..4-32..... 7 1:1 0 :I 3 0 1 0 5 1 their tricks here next week that run through Sunday r wear colors. snapped a 7-7 tie, giving Cincin- Spangler Fax 3b ct 5010 S 1 3 0 Keough Ruiz 2b rf 5000 5020 T 204. A 20.001.

.61". Wyatt ........... 3 0 I I 1 4 end in the Florida. Sheriffs' at the Alachua County Ridin: The show is sponsored jointly nati an 8-7 victory over Houston Games rf 5000 Pinson cf 5000
I Stock, I... 7.2 ..... 1 1 1 1 0 0 Bond Ib 4011 Robinson If 5110 for BoutNEW
.. T 2:5'. A '..617.t .Horse Show. Horse Association Show by the Sheriff's Junior Deputy Saturday and a sweep of a Aspro'nte 3t :3 0 1 Johnson Ib 5000 Signs
4j ,- Grounds on Waldo Road. League; Gainesville Roping f doubleheader. The Reds won the Llllis Kasko 3b si 5000 9010 Coker Cardenas e ss 3000 4120

: Club; Alachua County Sher opener 2-1 on Steve Boros' run- Murrell If 4000 Boros 3b 4032: YORK CAP) -Archie
The parade will start at Buch- Grote c 3 0 1 Tsitouris
,: iff's Mounted Posse; and Ala- producing single in the 11th in. Larsen p 3000 Coleman ph p 2000 0000 McBride, Trenton, N.J., heavyweight .
holz Junior
-t, Banks Burton High School, proceed chua County Sheriff's office. : .. ning. Harper p>i 1000 said Saturday he had
up University Avenue and illtY
Tolalt Will Totals agreed to fight Albert Westphalof
Last year's event was the The Colts had tied the nightcap Jt H 1
turn north on Main Street to On out when winning run scored.
,! first Class A quarter horse with three runs in their half Germany in Hamburg, Germany -
Gainesville Shopping Center. Houston ..............
show ever held in Florida and of the seventh. Walt Bond dou- ,Cincinnati .__......... oio 001 000 000 MO 000 'oo-l 1-2 on Sept. 4.
Pace Cubs' Winer The show is both
i: approved by only the second ever held in the bled home one run, Bob Aspro- IE Aspromonte Larsen. Johnson.
the Florida and American
Quar- Southeast. It takes 300 or more monte singled in another and LOB Houston I. Cincinnati 11. > Torch Arrives
ter Horse Associations and all I 2B Aspromonfe, Rulz 2, Robinson.
entries to be Class A. Bond scored on a grounder ;Cardenas. S Woodishick TstitourtsIP .
t CHICAGO (AP) Ellis Burton followed the first of BobbyKlaus' proceeds will go to the Flor- H R ERBBSO CALCUTTA, India (AP) -
Another quarter horse show Johnson then came up with Larsen .......... The
torch arrived Sat
11-3 6 1 1 2 10 ,Olympic
who from the minors two doubles. Cisco's single ida Sheriff's Ranch in
came up Boys .. Woodeshlck. .....
U .2.
will be held Monday at McDa- two out in the seventh and i 2 2 1 1 2 1 .
shortly before the game, followed George Altman's Live Oak. Tsitouris ........ 9 S 1 1 1 7 urday by plane en route to Tokyo
*.-. vid Ranch in Brooker, 15 miles DERON JOHNSON slammed his 19th homer over Ellis, A 7.3 ...... 2 3. 0 0 1 and the Oct. 10-24 .
singled across the winning run fifth-inning double for the third HBL By Tsltourli (Grote). WP games.Alithefeatures'
Performance Classes north of the Gainesville arena. his homer wins it the center field walL I -
..n,-- in the 10th inning, lifting the run.Andre Performance classes are The Reds had built an early 7- Second Cam
Chicago a victory Rodgers singled in the sheduled for 7:30 Saturday 1 lead with Frank Robinson tripling brhbi. abrhbi.
I :':t over the New York Mets Satur Cubs' fifth, went to second oEllsworth's p.m. home two runs in a four- Kasko ss 500 Ruiz 2b 4110
and 7:30 p.m. Sundayhalter Hart Loses Hit Gaines rf 5220 Queen rf 4221
I Burton's to sacrifice and came n classes__ ___ at_'. 9_ _a.m_____ Sunday ____. run third inning rally and driving Bond Hardy Ib ct 5100 5X21 Pinson Robinson cf 3111
:: single right-center 4223
home Stewart's
I on single. and races at 2:30: p. m in another run with a singlein AWO', 3b 4 1 2 1 Coleman Ib 3022
field off Galen Cisco knocked in Llllis
2b 412 1 Johnson Ib 1111 I
-' NEW YORK CHICAGO Sunday. a three-run fifth. Gordy Cole- Murrell If 4010
Pavletich c 3. 1 0
;: Jimmy Stewart, who had doubled .krbbi akrkbi man slugged a run-scoring triple Grote c 4022 Cardenas ss 1000
with one out Klaus ss 4120SIwart 2b 533 Performance classes will be But Leads Nottebart p 1 0 0 0 Bores 3b 4110
Hunt Jb 5000 Burton cf 502ChrTpner 1 Way for the Reds in the fifth. Roberts ph 1011 O'Toole p 2000
Ernie Banks' clouted his third rf 4 0 1 Williams If 4 0 0 0 broken down into junior and The Reds scored the decisiverun White ph 1000 McCool p 1000
Hickman cf 4122 Santo 3b 400 0 senior western Fox ph 1000
\.. homer in as many games with Graham 3b 4000 Banks Ib 3122 pleasure, junior in the 11th inning of the Totals 40 7 12 6 Totals 311111

:. one out in the sixth, culling the Can'zaro Kranep'l Ib 3010 4010 Roznovskf Gabr-lson rf 4 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 and senior reining, junior after Robinson openedthe Houston ............._... .:-.: Ill 300-7

:.:., Cubs into a 3-3 standoff. Banks Altman If c 4110 Rodgers ts 4110 roping, junior and senior registered .I To Giants' WinMILWAUKEE opener inning with a double and Cincinnati ......._._..... OM '30 loxEOTooi -*
Cisco 9 4021 Ellsworth p3000 barrel and
also singled for Chicago's first race jackpot I *. LOB-Houston 7. Cincinna2B -
took third on a wild pitch. A
.ti 4.
:T'. run in the fourth. The homer Totals 3* 310 1 Totals 3444 roping (two go rounds) and -Bond, Boros. 38-Robinson. Cole fS tc j2p-Yejr Guirantee ftri
of walks
............ 1$ pair preceeded Boros' HR '
New Trk man. -Johnson W. S-O AjVWt
Tocle. EF- Quality
....*. was his 371st career homer, Chic** ............... III 111 1011--4, average. (AP) Rookie Covey scored on a single by Or- game-winning hit. Lillis Pinson. lhii ifrv
boosting him to No. 7 on the Trophies, ribbons and cash Jim Hart robbed of extra- lando IP H R KRBBSO
E None. DP Chicago 3. LOS an Cepeda. Hart hit a bases Boros also drove in Cincinnati's -Nottebart ...... 4 444
.-.., National League's all-time list New 2B York Klaus 5. 2.ChIcago Attman.6. Stewart. HR -I prizes will be awarded win base hit because of fan interfere empty homer in the eighth off first run in the second in- Jones ........... 1-34 3 3 0 0 2 0
The Mets jumped off to a 2-0 Hickman (10). Bonks (II). S. Ells- lers in each category. The E. ence his first time up, slammeda reliever Warren Spahn.In ning with a single after Leo COOmbsi..1..2 Raymond 2-3000 1 1 0 I 1 1 1

?,?.. lead against lefty Dick EllM worth IP H R ERBBSO J. Annis Challenge Trophy will key double and his 22nd homeas the first inning, Jesus Cardenas doubled. O'Toole Owens .................. 1 I I I I 2
41-310 6 S 0
"* sworth, 13-14, in the first inning Cisco Ellsw'rth.W.L. 5-14 13-14.....10' 1.3'10 4 3 4 3 1 2 3 3 be presnted to the top aU- the San Francisco Giants Alou's single, a triple by Mays The Colts tied the score in the McCool T-2l W. 5-2 ....223 2 1 1 I 0 5

.- when Jim Hickman's 10th horn- T 2:26. A t.871. around horse in the show, based whipped Milwaukee 7-2 Satur- and McCovey's grounder had third on singles by,Al Spangler, 1Io10nY1 A-7S7

on the events won and the produced two runs off Braves' Nellie Fox and Bond. I

i number of horses in both hal- day.The victory kept the Giants starter Bob Sadowski when Hart The sweep moved the second-

: Senators Squeeze .ter and performance classes. seven games behind National lashed a long drive to'the left place Reds to within six gamesof

State ChampsTwo League-leading Philadelphia.Hart field bleachers.A National League leading Phil

state champions, who fan reached over and adelphia. of $9

competed here last will doubled in the Giants'first touched the ball, and umpire '

: .. Way to 5-4 Win be back trying for year repeat run in a three-run fourth Doug Harvey ruled Hart out be- sneakers. ... ,'i

; performances. inning uprising after Willie. cause of interference.Ron To Form LoopThe .

Mays had walked and Willie Me
Chalk Lewis, ridden by A. Herbel got the victory fora j:
Covey singled then he and Mc- Tuesday morning Coffee
I MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAULA when center fielder Jimmie Hal G. Lewis, is the state grand 9-8 record by keeping seven ; ;

.... '( ?)- Don Lock was squeezed bobbled the ball for his second champion stud, and Pancho tits well scattered. He. was League will be organized at 4. j I

home with the winning run on error of the game. Lock movedto Dias is state grand champion touched for a run in the secondon 9:30 ajn. Wednesday in a meet-

.... Don Zimmer's bunt in the 10th third on an infield out, then gelding. Athletes singles by Eddie Mathews, ing at Palm Lanes. All women .- VI. :'

inning giving Washington a 5-4 came home as Zimmer bunted Other top entries are Snappy Ed Bailey and Joe Torre and interested. in competing ... .

triumph over Minnesota Satur and was thrown out. Dunn, ridden by Willanl! 'Sentenced another in the ninth on an error should attend the meeting. '1. ,. '' p

day. Minnesota tied it 4-4 on an unearned Davis, and Pancho Stampede, and Felipe Alou's double. ) 4:

: ". Lock opened the inning with a run in the seventh. Bernie -ridden by Salty Lanford. SAN FRANCISCO MILWAUKEE Auer to Bills I
single and continued to second MOSCOW CAP) Members lbrhbi ab r h M -: -
Allen walked sacrificed The 350 horse
: was yard quarter c\ SuperSports-
of the Central Club of the J. Alou rf 4IlOCartylt :3000
to second and moved to third on races highlight the program Lanler 2b 5110 May cf 4000 BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) The
Army have received stiff prison Mays ct 4211 Aaron rt-7b 4010
: Mobile Grabs Zimmer's bobble of Rich Rol- Sunday afternoon. I McCovey If :3 1 1 1 Mathews 3b 3 1 2 0 Buffalo Bills of the American
sentences for diamond smug-' M. Alou' If 2100 Bailey c 4010
lins' slow-hit grounder. Tonny There will be six different Football League acquired rookie
I Hart 3Q 3222 Terr Ib 4021
gling on foreign tours the newspaper ...
Third Place Oliva then singled Allen borne. events two year olds Davenp't 3b 1 0 1 1 De la Hoz ss AI' 0 halfback Joe Auer from the
,; : > Red Star said Saturday.The Cepeda Ib 4032: Boiling 2o 2000Haller 0
The Twins had rallied from a that have not placed first, second the c 3000Sp&vtp 1000 Kansas City Chiefs Saturday in ..IMRSNEEKERSp

In 4-1 deficit with a pair of runs in or third in futurities; two- newspaper identified Pagan Herbel ss 3000: Cline pn 1000 exchange for a high choice in
Tourney leader of the smuggling ring as p 3000 Sadowski p lOll
..- the fifth. They came off Jim year-olds open; three-year-olds F. Alou rf 3011 the December draft.
V. S. Kravtsov, a former track Totals 357107 Totals 34272
, :; WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) Hannan, who replaced Steve on winners; three year olds San Francisco ............ 200 300 011-7 Auer is a graduate of Georgia ,
Ridzik after he pulled a neck 'and field athlete who became an Milwaukee .............. Oil ItO Ml-1
open; three-year-olds and
Mobile Ala. conso- Tech.
I official of the club in Moscow. E Davenport De La Hoz. DP -
: lation game good for third muscle while warming up. Sin- er "A or unclassified; old.I' San Francisco 1. LOB San Francisco
Frank Kostro and Rol Red Star said the group I. Milwaukee ,.
gles by three and
place in the 18th annual Little years 2B ,
\ smuggled out diamon worth Hart Cepeda Aaron Tore F. WANTED TO BUYAn
: League World Series Saturday lins produced the runs. Aiou 3B Mays. HR Hart (22J.I''
about $40,000 while traveling as S Herbel.
established Fire and Casualty -
" with a 3-2 victory over Tack! I Washington scored three runs IP H R ERBBSO I
members of athletic and
t by Lock Plum Injury teams Herbel, W. M n', 7 2 1 4 6 Insurance Agency In
I kawa. Janan. In the fourth on singles
I back Western Sadowski. U *-' :3 5 5 5 1 0,
brought clothingand
Collier Mobile's start. and Chuck Cottier, Zimmer's Olivo ............ 2 0 0 I 4 1 i ikjfK Gainesville Area. Write Box
: Ricky Not Serious other goods to sell on the sfl .. 4 5 2 2 1 1 568.do G'viHe Sun.
ing pitcher, hit a home run in double, errors by Harmon Kille- I black market $ ;. 4 men la 4th. II
: the fifth that tied the score at 2- brew and Hall and a balk byTwins' T 2 53. A 13JS7.
DETROIT (AP) Detroit Kravtsov received a 10-year .
2 and singled home the winning starter Dick Stigman. Lions quarterback Milt Plum prison sentence and his accom- HUSKY, 6 H.P. RIDING MOWER $59-g :
Chuck Hinton's 11th homer in I
: run in the sixth and final inning. ,
left Friday >lices drew sentenced to nine
night's National up
Joel Harp, who took over the the fifth gave the Senators a 4-1 ,
: pitching from Collier in the lead. Football League exhibition!' years. II THE ISLANDER 1
game; against the Cleveland
third inning with one out a run- WeRepair Whatever sport=
: WASHINGTON MINNESOTA your sport-or spectator
Browns with ;..
an injured elbow
: third and two runs in, sbr.brh akrfcW for Bout
ner on Signs
these sneakers built to take punishment give
bi Versalles ss 5 0 1 0Brtnkm' but a Lions spokesman said Saturday L J are
: pitched scoreless, no-hit ball the ss :3 0 0 0 Rollins 3a 5012 I the utmost in non-skid comfort. Foam-padded,
rest of the way.Youth Blas'am p.1 1 0 040 Coryl 3n 0000 the injury apparently is MEXICO CITY (AP) Sugar!!
: Million If 5111 OlH a rf 51)0 I ; rubber
not sarious. extra thick sole long-wearing
Leek Cf 5210 KUIbrw H 5621Sieverslb Ramos' defense of his world

3llINInchrlt; 4000Cunfiam End coach Bob Nussbaumer featherweight boxing crown', toe foam cushioned arch. .. heavy-
Ib 1OISHCI1 cf 5030
: Leads Zimmer 3b 4122 Batter C 5000 said Plum is scheduled to take here Sept. 26 will be in a bull! All duty canvas reinforced at stress points, (
Kirkland rf 5. 0 0 Allen 2b 3210
U.S. Hopes In Lopptrt 2000 Stioman 1000Brumlcy part in team exercises Monday.Plum ring promoter Javier : 6-WheeI' vented for comfort.White sizes 6%.12.
: e 1000 Kostr* ph 1111Cottitr left I.
the .
in the Iriarto/
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King ph 0060 17-yard loss by the Browns' in Mexico City, will fight// .

I KINGS POINT, N.Y. (AP) Kennedy Totals ss 36S741'.IsIi 0 0 0 0 41 411 4WMfciMftM Frank Parker. Vicente Saldivar, the

r Makoto Sakamoto, an 18-year- ............ M* 110 *M 1-4 Cleveland won 35-14. featherweight championLJ1JI1WlIw. I MYERS POWER
, : old high school student, will MI....... ............. 100 020 100 0-4 --- I TOOLS
E Zimmer. Brvmley. Kenneoy. Killebrew. 440
lead the U.S. men's Olympic
Hall 2, Versalls OP WashkOtofl ,
M gyamnastics squad to his native 2. LEO Washington 7, MMrM- 230 N.E. 16th Avenue .

: Tokyo in October. sot 2B* II.- Oliva Killebrew. Allen. HR ((Satesuflle

Sakamoto, the national champion -' Hinton.'. (11). S Cottier. Zlmme, Worth.undo. 1t1t. Phone FR 6.3411YERS SHOP

: from Falls N.Y. IP H IRBBSO
Highland I313'/MENIS
took top honors in the two-day Hannan Ridzik ... 4 31-33 t 1 1 S 1 30 o t '10tS: '11 :IHc.ll\11JSf: : lot BETTER TOOLS

_.. Olympic Trials which ended tinman Kiln*. W. M........ 2:32-34 1.3 I 1 I 1 6 1 J

Friday night at the Merchant Kiippstein' 11-32 1 1 1 I -
Roland 1 I S S 1 2 Jt
Marine Academy with 115.30 W.flhIIuOtO.u.L3-44 1 1 I 1 3 .1117 W. Unl"
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1 MUTILATED: Sunday, August 30 1964 Gainesville Sun 05

Wood Leatis Win Russian Stal-x .

-. : I Tops Mark In ., ,

TD1 .1
On 3 Tosses 400 MetersKIEV

( ) -
By HERSCIIEL NISSENSONAssocioattd and 188 pounds, connected for
Maria Itkina bettered the listed "

Press Sports Writer two touchdowns within a minute world record for the women's h: ..- k ,

PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) sift 18 seconds late in the first 400-meter run Saturday in winning 'V v ,
Rookie the Giants ;.
quarterback Gary Wood as overcame a "
the event in the Soviet national -
took over for the injured Y.A. If 7 Eagle lead. championships in 53 sec .. "

Tittle, threw three touchdown The first TD pass covered 55 { -

passes and led the New York ,lards to Del Shofner. The veter- onds.Miss ,

Giants to a 28-17 victory over in end caught it ahead of Irv Itkina bettered by three :: { r .t '

the Philadelphia Eagles Satur- Cross at the Eagle 20 and side- tenths of a second the accepted .. "

day in a National Football stepped Don Burroughs at the world record of 53.3 held by Betty :

u 1. : Cuthbert of Australia. A bet. J \
League exhibition game. .'
Tittle'suffered a slightly twif.110.On Philadelphia's first play ter time by North Korea's Sin '" ..

ed left knee early in the seco/n d from scrimmage after the kick- Kin Dam of 51.9 is pending but

'period. Wood played the res /ofi off, Giant linebacker Lou Slaby i may not be accepted.Tass .

the'game. / 'I intercepted a Norm Snead pass the official Soviet news -, ,,- .., -'

Both 'the Giants and Eagles and returned it 22 yards to the
have exhibition records. Eagle 14.From her U.S.S.R. record of 54.4 Sun
"' I own ... .. photo by Bob Meeker)
a'n .. .. __ I
Wood, considered small for the 13, Wood hit Joe Tass said two other Soviet

NFL quarterback at 5-foot-tl: : Morrison at the eight. Morrison records were broken and one UlsonVins 'BEST BACK' SIDELINED BY INJURY

evaded three defenders and fell tied Saturday.
Bout FromThornton
SwimmersSet into the end zone, giving the
Vasily Anisimov ran the 400-
Giants 21.10 halftime lead.
meter hurdles in 50.3, breakingthe
Marksln The rookie passer from Cornell oldest Soviet record, the Hard-Luck Red Devils

.. climaxed an 80-yard drive 50.4 set by Yuri Lituyev 11
with the second-half kickoff on SAN FRANCISCO (AP) _

U.S. Trials. improvised four-yard toss to years ago.Gennady. Carl (Bobo) Olson knows he

Joe Walton deep in the end Blitzenov, 23yearold can't go on boxing forever, yet

By MURRAY ROSfi zone. All his intended receiverswere Kharkov student, pole vaulted before he finally hangs up his Lose

Associated Press Sports.Writer covered as Wood, sidestepping 15 feet, 9 inches, breaking his gloves he wants to fight for the Benny StandridgeBy

AP-Califor- would-be tacklers, spotted own mark of 15-7. Sergei! Demin light heavyweight championship
1 YORK ( )
Sharon Walton open for a split second tied the old mark.

nians Gary Ilman, and hit him. Boris Zubov equalled the Chances of getting that wish DON DAVIS
"We aren't going to to Coach John Rowe
the .
and Dick Roth won try reported."We ing offensive action in practice
Stouder finals in the U.S. In all, Wood completed 11 of U.S.S.R. record of 20.9 for 200 looked good now for the 36- Sun Football Assistant J figure anybody out .we'll have 23 boys out now, sessions through the
first three former past week.
24 for 193 yards. meters in winning a semifinalheat. year-old middleweight
trials Satur just work and concentrate on and we'll probably pick up a Coach Jim Daniel
Olympic swimming champion whose career seemed Williston's hard luck Red said yes
another Philadelphia .............. 010 7 0-17 getting those fundament a 1 s few more when school starts," terday that plans
day but Mike Austin, New York ................ 714 7 0-28 Other outstanding performances washed up eight years ago when Devils, already saddled with injuries down," Miller said. Rowe said. are to place
Californian, turned in the most NY James 5 pass from Tittle (Chan included 400 meters in his bid to regain the 160poundtitle were dealt another hard Good Turnout emphasis on defense and the

spectacular performance of Phil dler- kick T. Brown) 37 run (Baker kick) 46.7 by Viktor Bychkov, Ivan ended in a knockout at the blow yesterday when Coach Two boys have dropped off He stated that 13 new playerswill team's kicking game during the
be next week.
Phil FG Baker 27 I on Tigers' roster.
them all.Austin NY Shofner SS pass from Wood Belyaev's 8:35.4: in the 3,000- hands of Sugar Ray Robinson. Sammy Miller was informed the team, leaving a total of 28 "We're
Yale graduate (Chandler kick) Before a nationwide television that Benny Standridge left half "The new boys will be a major looking fora good
21 meter 62-7%! : ,
-year- NY Morrison 13 pass from Wood steeplechase; a total turn out, the Red Devil factor in determining what extra point man but
from Los Altos, earneda: (Chandler kick) shotput by Nikolai Karasec and audience Friday night, Bobo back, will have to be sidelinedfor coach remarked. "I'm particularly so far we
NY = Walton 4 pass from Wood (Chandler i sort of season this will be, haven't found him," Da n i e 1
trip to Tokyo by:taking fouith kick) Viktor Savchenko's 54-2 in the convincingly outpointed 24-year- the rest of the season. proud of the number of Rowe said.

.. in the men's 100-meer Phil Attendance- WoodesMck 43,43( -1 run (Baker kick) triple jump. I old Wayne Thornton of Fresno, Standridge, suffering from boys who have turned out said.The Tigers have

Pfreest Y le finalv.on- : by f.hehusky Calif., who had been ranked No. stretched nerves in his neck, it's helping quite a bit." The Tigers' coach noted that good overall
Ilman. < 2 contender by the World Box was Williston's "best back," Hallie Priest guard and Louie Ridgeway, 215 pounds, appear in good con
( American BoxesNight and have
Friday "looks like a good defensive i been hampered
It was Austin's time in!the ing Miller 'said.Blocking Doug Mitchell, quarterback, re- halfback" He added that Ridge by few injuries, Daniel noted.
Olson 177% of San Francisco .
Qualifying heats'mat raised the and fundamentals ceived special commendati He
Gamt HR-Versalles (U). SB-Allison. S way will also see action as line- praised fullback Harold
hopes of the coshes of the tale DETROIT LOS ANGELESab Klrkland. SF-Brumley. I beat his 178-pound foe to the are getting the emphasis in the from the Devils' coach. backer. Griner and said the husky 192
r h bi abrhbi IP H R ER BB SO in the 10 ,
punch repeatedly -rounder Trenton's began
American squad. Red Devils' afternoon practice roaring Tigers
ent-deep M'Auhffe ss 4221 Green cf 5110 Kreutzer, W, 5-3 7 3 1 1 5 0 Stress Offense pounder "looks good and is
Fastest Time Lumpe 2b 51 1 0 Power Ib 5130 Kline ...........2 1 0 0 0 0Kaet at Kezar Pavilion and even sessions while short, simple their first contact work running hard."
Kaline rf 5111 Fregosi ss 5111 L. 14-7 .... 7 2 1 1 7 Tommy Thomasat
Tneloot2{ ,'l pounder was Cash Ib 4131 Smith If 5110 Perry ,.........1 0 0 0 0 0 an eye cut suffered in the fourth plays are getting attention in Friday night, with the first With the goal post in mind, left half, Henry Whiteh

clocked h 53.1m L his heathe Brown Demeter If cf 4010 31 1 3 Torres Clinton 3b rf 5223 5120 Arrlgo WP-Kaaf..PB.._-..Leppert.1 1 T-2:35.1 :0 A 1 -1 round failed to hamper old the morning practices, he add scrimmage practice scheduledfor the Union County Tigers of shifted from end to tackle e Jimmy a d-,

fastest tine. by an 'one this year Wert Freehan 3D c 4011 4221 Knoop Rodgers 2b c 2010 3011 I4J21. i, ed.a next Tuesday night, Tiger Lake Butler have been stress- Thomas at quarterba

and one-tmth of a second flower Regan p 2000 Satriano 2b 1000 Night Came Bobo.Ryan along with John Stevens, tackle
Bruton ph 1000 Osinskl p 1000 CLEVELAND KANSAS CITY Tosses
than the I[long standing'world Fox p 1000 Pearson ph 1000 abrkbi abrhbi and Kenny Williams, linebacker

mark Of h.6 set up by Brazil's, Adcock Gatewood ph 1012 0000 Salmon rf 4111 Green 2b 4016 Illness Slam received laurels from the
Howser ss 5120 Ca'p'n'ris H 3 010 Injuries
Manuel Dis Santo of Brazil in. Perry ph 1000 Chance rf 4000 Causey ss :3000 5 TD PassesBy Tiger coach.
Totals 37 t 121 Totals 40 7 13 7 Wagner II 3110 Colavito rf 3020
a salt wafer t pool i Rio ce. Janeiro Detroit ................. 100 371 100-0 Romano c 400 Gentile IS 3110 I "Our line has been a worry,
Sept. D. 1S61. Los Angeles .............010 OM 000-7 Alvls 36 4010 Jimenez ph 1 0 0 8D.valilo'f ASSOCIATED but it looked good Friday
/ 4021 0000
It eclipsed the; fisted Urneri-) E-Kaline, Wert, Fregosi Rodgers DP Held 2b 4000 Byran c p 4020 "Give me time intelligent I Cedar HardBy night," Daniel concluded.
-Detroit 1. LOB-Detroit 4, Los Angeles Slebert p 4121 Charles b3:: 3001 ,I Key Squad Daily
can mark )f 54 lat by- Steve .i. Mathews cf 4000 articulate Frank Ryan said ear. Scrimmage
Clark and lick Mi / and 3B-Freehan. HR-Cllnton (11) SB Pena p 1000 Doyle McCall's Chiefland Indians
Donougn Brown. Demeter McAuliffe. SFDemeterIP Alusik ph 1000 tier this year, "and I'll be another

tied by Don Scho) mder. 1 Regan 10 H R 6 ER 6 88 1 SO 3, Tartabull H'ri-lson *ph b 1 0000 0 1 0 Y.A. Tittle." DON DAVIS the team is working bard on play foot ball, then I'll play stress continued to place the

Ilman, a 20-yeir-old Husky Rakow 1 2 1 1 1 0 TOlls ut 1 Totals 31 1 7 1 Had he been talking about Sun Football Assistant fundamentals in an effortto them." on offense last week in
Fox W, 4-2 4 1 0 0 0 2 an effort to increase
from San fose, alif., dosed Oslnskl 4 5' 3 1 5 Cleveland 012 000 100-4: falling hair, the Cleveland overcome the Inexperienceof Eagle ends Leslie Jordan and team coordination
Kansas City 010 OM 0001E
Newman .......1 3 2 2 0 0 Injuries and illness have Groped with the team's new
with a burs pf poer, tow the Duliba, L.5-2.2 1 2 2 0 2 -Bryan. OP Cleveland 2. LOB- frown quarterback might have the football many of the new boys. Steve Bird continued to be the quarterback Dennis
100 final in 3.8 by a shad over R. Lee 2 0 0 0 0 1 Cleveland >. Kansas City 7. been pessimistic. But he wasn't.He up to plague standouts of practive sessions. Zeleznik
i i WP Regan. PB-Freehan. T-3.20. A- I 28-Wagner, Howser Bryan Colavito. prospects of the Cedar Key With water, partially coveringthe At present, McCall said, the
SchollanderT"his 18- r-old HR Salmon was talking about completing -
Y 1,19L (2) Jlebert (1) SB-Camtanerls. -
I Davalilta Howser 2, Wagner Sharks, Coach Ron Brummittsaid field, the Melrose Mustangswere Indians are scrimmaging for
he Ralston
Clara and
most Bows
teammate the Santa was
n Night Game passes op- 30
S-Salmon. SF-Charles. yesterday. forced into the gym last minutes daily. He said the
ISchollandei ;
S.CL scuad '
I abrhW abrhW Siebert. W S-S ... f 7 1 1 3 4 Henry Coulter, potential end, week after heavy raims, Carl the first part of next week win
,. 'who recently Mantilla 2b 5113 Kubek ss 4020 Pena, U 11-13 ... 5 5 3 2 2 Tittle, of course, Is the baldold In Net Event be
Horton If 4110 Gonzalez :Sb 0000 Stock ..........3 3 1 1 0 4 has quit the team as the resultof Herring, Mustang coach, re concentrated on firming up
warrior has
swam the ;f\ste 200 and 400 Radatz p 1000 Blanch'd pn 1 0 0 0 Wyatt .... ..._.. 1 1 0 0 1 G who passed Brummitt said. ported. fundamentals with defense
Y'trze'kl 101 0 Rlch'dson 2t S 1 31 a leg injury, pass
'third in 53.9 e WP-Pena. PB-Bryan. T-2:41. A New York Giants to two straight
meters eVETwas:; Stuart Ib 4111 Tresh If 4000 4543. Ronnie Brown, a key back for SOUTHAMPTON, N. Y. AP) getting emphasis later in the
Clark a'Ye senior from Los Williams Ib 0000 Mantle cf 4000 Eastern Conference titles in the Timing and conditioning still week
Malzone 3b 3011 Marls rf 2000 the Sharks, will be out of action Dennis Ralston, the UnitedStates'
Twi-Light Game National Football and remain the chief of the
gainef- the'fo rth Ib 4111 League a target
Altos Olympic 4010 Pepltone
Thomas rf Tommy Andrews
DETROIT due to "looking
LOS ANGELES week at least a second ranked
1 of Bressoud si 31 1 0 Howard c 4000 abrhbi abrhbi. total of 69 touchdown in for a Mustangs. The reason for this, player "
berth wVi his time 54.4. passes good at
Tillman 4000 Llnz 3D-SS 101 0M'nb'q'le guard, said McCall
c and
M'AuIiHe dislocated a key factor in next month'sDavis ,
ss 5 0 1 1 Piersall cf 3010
1 0 0 0 Downing p 3110 i the two seasons. said Herring, is the lack of ex
Stoiier'and Roth bet- p I with
Miss ; Lump 2b 3110 Smith If 4010 Rocky Shriver
have been 200
1 0 0 0Mell.s the ,
Smith ph 0100 Lopez ph Some of players Cup Challenge Round
Wood 2b 2000 Fregosl is 3111 The optimism may have perienced, game-hardened players ,
in 1 01 0 pounds and
llsted'imericg'ecords If
tered Randy Williams
Totals 34 I OS Total M 3 0 2 Kaline rf 3220 Adcock 10000 seemed little farfetched having trouble getting into shape in addition to breakingin reinjured his tender right ankle ,
Bruton cf 2010 Clinton rt0 0 0 a at 210
". the womenjf 100-m freestyle Boston ........,......... 100 Ml Jit-J Brown If 5110 Torres 3b 2000 Brummitt said. A couple of and lost to Gene Scott' In the pounds both at tackle.
'and men' &---meter Individual New York ................ 11. II' to63EYastrzemskl Freehan c 4332 ROdgers c 2000 the time, but Ryan is showing members of the team, he added a new quarterback. Meadow Club International ten "We're going to be strong on

medley, b bp botlf/lpve faster -Boston .. New York DP-New f. York 1. LOB Cash D'm'ter Ib cf-rf 4200 4224 Knoop Satriano 2b c 2000 1000 signs of making it stand up. have become ill, even at 6 in Graduation and ineligibilityhave nis tournament Saturday. inexperienced guards," Joked

.',, times tdr Bressoud, Thomas Horton. Rich Wert 3b>> 4112 Pearson ph 1000 Ryan fired five touchdown North Marion Colts' Coach
(Jo credt// 28- the morning. robbed the Mustang's core I Ralston
Aguirre 4023 Newman 9000 from
p o
/ (17). : Bakersfield :
(21) Pepltone
,ardson. HR-Mantlim Friday night and led the ,
j BylTfuch: i IP H R IR II SOMonb'q'tteW. Navarro p 1000 Gatewood. p 1 0 0 0 passes Brummitt said he had been ral to the extent that Herring Calif. the I Stan Toole yesterday. He added
Ipu Koppe ph 2b 2 0 0 0 Browns to their third injured ankle in a fall
straight I
'.11 6 6 3 2 3 3 that Don
The 15-y'ar-ol r blonde! from Radatz .2 2 0 0 0 1Downlnpl Tetals 411)14 12 Totals: 29 1 31 assured by doctors that there confessed, "We only have two :during the third set of his 6-4 8 newcomers Chapman,
la1 .. 7 7 5 5 4 7 Detroit ............. ,00 Mil /::-11 impressive exhibition victory, a nothing physically wrong boys with a good amount of 180 pound guard, and David
the. .City ,dlCooinerce; S.C. ofCalifornia1 Sheldon _......_ 2 1. 0 C 0 2Down.ng Us Anp/les'.............. ooo 100 CSJ!: iE 35-14 romp over the tough Lionsin was 10, 9-7, 6-3,. loss to Scott, fromSt. Cason
faced 1 man In Ith.T with the boys. game experience. These players 190 pounds at guard,
fitaved off
jarely a -Newman, James N.Y. He in obvious
2.40. A-221,02. Fregosi. DP-Detroit 1 Detroit. One of his strikeswas was
Ellis and Los Angeles 1. LOB-Detroit 6, Los Angeles 11 Players are Jim Ford and Troy McGuire looked good in scrimmage Fri
challenged K4hy .. bullet to Walt Roberts pain and moved littlein
a very
Night Game list the all-Con.
With Coulter off the he added. Ford
liss Stouderwon 21S-Clsh. Kaline, Aqolrre Brown. HRCash day.The
Jeanne block; WASHINGTON MINNESOTA the final set.
play covering yards.St. .
J alrhbl ab r k W (20), Fregosi (16)) SB-Bruton. Sharks are feeling the lack of ference fullback for two years, Colts will feature the
by tech: in 1 00.5 with Miss Brlnkm'n( is /1 1 0 Verialles ss 11 1 1 I IP H R CRBBSO Louis held off the defending for offensive Ralston defaulted to Chuck same backfield last
Agulrrt W, 4-7 .. 7 1 1 1 2 3 manpower with only 11 players. will again be trying as year
and Miss Hinton I If 4110 Rollins 3b
Ellis, idiar4polis, Lock cf .4001 diva rf 4000 Navarro ........ 1 I 0 0 0 1 champion. Chicago Bears 7-3 HOur main problem is going to honors while McGuire will McKinley of San Antonio in the with Assistant Coach Dicks on

Hallo / 11s0 af City of Commerce Cun'ham Sievers Ib Ib 3011 1 1 1 0 Hall Klllebrew cf N 4000Zlmmer 101 0 Gatewood Newman U..10-1..... 42-3'1-3 5 4 0 4 1 0 1 2 G in the other NFL exhibition, be getting enough depth to alternate between the positionsof finals[ of the Newport Casino working extensively with the

fond third in iden McBride ....... :3 2 0 0 1 4 while Kansas extended its I
jnd 3o 4010 Allison. Ib 1000 City I tournament two
Kennedy 3t 0000 4000 L tman ........ 1 1 2 2 1 0 scrimmage, Brummit observe offensive center and the de- weeks ago after team's line.
tical tins : Kirkland rf 3. 0 0 Allen Battey 2t>c 4000 HBP-By .Aguirre (Torre, By Gate mastery over Denver 14-10 at ed. fensive "monster man" post .,injuring the ankle in the semifinals. I Toole stated he expects to
wood (Wert
Roth|' of OtOO,6. Clara Leppert Brumley C cOO 3010 0 1 Kilt Kostr p ph 1000 1010 ) T-2.24. Fort'Worth and Buffalo extend.ed InexperienceOther tion. 'spend next week working on all

squadj toy of ,El Segundo Cottier 2b 3000 Grant pr 0000 CHICAGO Twilight BALTIMORE Game Boston's losing string 24-14 in He teamed with McKinley to phases of the game with the

C la,,, d.Carl Roble of the Kline Kreutzer p p 1000 3000 Mincher ph 1 0 0 0 landis abrbbi abrhbi the two Friday night AFL than health problems, Scrimmage Set win the national doubles at stress on punting and defense.
Tales 31 2 S 3 Totals 331 11 3100 Adair 2b 3000 Sharks' coach added that
Vesper gcit .Club of PhiJadelphla'8r Buford 2t>-3b 300 OApericio rs 4010 games. the Increased study on the fundamentals Brookline, Ma s., last week and Individual problems will al s o
....._ ....... I
Wshington ooo tot 001-I F.R'b's'n rf 4 0 1 2 S:e"ern 1> 4000
'. J cd one.wo-three in Minnesota ,..... ......... 1M toe 000-1E I Ward 3b! It 0 Rob's'n 3b 3 0 1 o of blocking and tacklingwill had announced he planned to so come in for their share of at

the gaining the three -Cottier, Kirkland Kennedy Rollins Skowron Ib 3000 Covets rf :3000 Take 2-0 Lead Hawthorne all out in tention.
:dlcy, Versaiies./ DP McCraw 2 0 0 0 E. Rob's'n cf 2 1 1 1 Aussies be the diet of the Saturday a test of the
Washington 1 LOB-
'plat oQhe Olympic team. ,Washington 6. Minnesota 10. H'shb'ger rf 1 0 0 0 Brown c 3000 Hornets with the first scrimmage ankle. Three of four new boys are

I-"V- Martine Hansen ss 3000 4010 Snyder Bunker If p 3000 3010 Over Swedes in MatchBAASTAD scheduled for the latter He and McKinley are the expected to join the team Monday

I National Boxes Stephens Peters p ph 1 2000 0 0 0 part of the week, according to chief U.S. hopes in defense of Toole added.

-yKriday Weis pr-2b 0100 Coach Bill Collins.
Tetals 10 2 3 2 Tetals 211 4 1 Sweden (AP) 5-1 lead and remained in con the Davis Cup in Cleveland next GOLF DRIVING RANGEU.S.

Night Cam .If MR IRIS SO :ChkafO ................. INN NSfaRlnllrl effective trol until he had squared the the are look- month. 441 North P.it City
Roy Emerson employed an Generally boys
Ortega Ut .... 7 7 S 1/ 0 ............... 000 010. 00*-1E
YORK+* brhbi Chka01 abrAM Brewer :........ 1 0 0 0 1 1kdeckl -Bunker, Siebern. DP-Chicago 1. net game and Fred match. Lundquist took a 5-2 lead ing well, though they lack experience Earlier, sixth-seeded Charles Limit

t Sass 4221 A'lfltano 2b 523 4218 1 H6P-By, W.Ortega 1'6(Boyer). T 3-2-12.3 0 A-6 Baltimore 1. LOB-Chicago 5, Baltimore Stolle a booming service in giving in the final set but double-fault* Collins said. The Hornets Pasarell of Puerto Rico reachedthe OPEN

11'r>> Ib' S i 1 J 3:3 3:Stewart Williams ts If 4231 70,189. I 4.HR-E. Robinson f1). S-Buford.<< Adalr.IP Australia a 2-0 lead over ed, then netted twice, and Em have scraped through practice final round of the Meadow Sot. 8 S .
F a.m. .Rf.Mod.
-Rry It- rf.*S*1*2 2 1 Santo:! 3b>> 4123 1 1 1 2'NTtn SAN Night Came Peters. W, 15-7 ... I H 1 R 1 ERBB 1 2 SO 3 Sweden in the Davis Cup tennis i erson took five straight games. with no injuries so far, butCollins Club tourney with a 6-4, 6-1, 6-3 through Frl.' (r Sun

cf 5 0 J 2 Gbrtsin rl 5 1 2 2 FRANCISCO frhbt MILWAUKEE ibrfcM. Fisher .,1 O' 0 0 0 interzone final Saturday. Stolle dropped the first four said he expected some triumph over Bill Lenoir of Tuc I p.m. 8 p.m.
4 0 1 C Bunker. L. 13-4 I 3 I 0
2 1
'C">-.t.'r"l z.'o'.. 3 4120 0 08 Sc efYeryph I 8 It r. Kuenn If :3110 Carty If SOl 0 Haddlx .... 1-] 0 0 0 1 1 Emerson, the Wimbledon II games to Schmidt, then simply bad luck after the team begins son, Ariz. j fhono: a7t. oEft
MXcu tl
OOOOMaye d 3020 .. .
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'!"It rr 8 Lanier Ib 4000 Aarcn rf 2010 defeated Sweden's powered his through the to scrimmage. .
1 a i a a e Bunker faced 4 men In fin champion, ( way .,."""
Tp.r I.r' r" 1 0 0B,1rOtnt p ? 1 1 0 Mays Cf 2112 Mathews 3b 4000 HBP-8y Fisher (B Robinson). T-2.M. No. 1 player Jan-Erik Lund- I first two sets. Schmidt, trying i .
p Cepeda Ib 4000 Bal'ey: 4110 ,
.. 1 a a 0 his team Bronson
0 0 0/ Burke ph Surveying ,
,,d.r J-Alcu rf 4010 Toner Ib 3112 Night Game 2-6 4-6 6-3 6-2 75. Stolle desperately to avoid defeat in I
o 0'Iatk. quist, I
then 8,1
( pr DVp't X5-5S 3100 DelsHot ss 4010Pegn CHICAGO BALTIMORE Eagles'1 Coach John Rutledge is I' YES!
n p 2.111Tatars t ooo *s 3010 Boiling 2b 3 010 abrhN. akrhbi whipped Ulf Schmidt, 30-year- the marathon third set, carried GMC'
3* that none get
"IIIlm .312 It 12 T.t.ls 39111411ph Hart pn-3b 1. Oliver pit 1000 i Landis cf 3110 Snyder H 5 1 1 0WIIIb'ger old semi-retired businessman 6- Stolle to deuce 12 times in the praying injured.
Crandall 3010 ,
c Blas'ame p 3 0 0 0 cf 01 10 Aparicio as 4230 "My first six are okay, but any

.... yertt ................. Oil JOe 040-12 Perry O'Dell p lee 3000* F-AtoU ph 1000 F.Rob-son rf 4 0 21 Siebern Ib 2212 4, 6.3,10-8. sixth game before the Australian and we'll be in
"d- ..... .. .... 004 1)0 000-10 p I Hansen ss 3110 B.Rob'son 3o 3/ 1 2 major injuries IT'S TRUE!
n it with smash.
: Ode"! ?M Totals M 1 51 Totals U 2 7 1 Skowron Ib 3021 Bowens rf 4113 Australia now needs to win finally won a "

York t Chicaflo 1. San Francisc ............ tot Ml Ml-3 Long Ib 0001 E.Rotfson cf 4 1 1 0 More than 4,000 fans, include a fix. erloTOS3sCORPORJ1T10H
SNon DP-Ntw Milwaukee .............. 820 808 000-2 'I Nichols H 310 0 Lau c 4021 only Sunday's doubles or one of
I lDa-New 2B-KIIUS.YHkkmanhlKreneDO01. Santo. E Maye. DP-San Francisco 1. Milwaukee 'I Wets Buford 2b 300 4020 1 0 Adair Barber 2b p 4000 2000 the two remaining singles ing King Gustav Adolf, saw the Rutledge expressed disappointment NO GIMMICKSNO

B-Gabrfclsori.. MRChrlstoSSrCMl. 2. LOB-San Francisco 1. Milwaukee M'Nertney c 3 0 0 0 Miller ole matches to to matches for which Swedish ten
). Kranepool (i). .. p Monday qualify that his reserve play
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Kranepool. (16) SB-Pagan.
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.... ..1 2' II 0 0 O'Dell. W. 7-4 22300003Btes'aire.
I YI.kefl.ct Kroll ... ...Y. 1 1 1 1 1 1 L.3-4 f. 5 3 5 4 iWP CMcate .....?.. .._. 109 .oi 010 3Bamnwe N.Y. prove to me that they want to I I NEW
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.., Fisher faced I rNft I" 3rcI. Allen" 3b 4010 Cbnentt rf 410 Buzttardt.. H R FRBKSO many easy shots and had troUble -i and Trailer

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Gonzalez cf 1010 Stargell Ib 4111 Fisher ... 2 1. 1 1 0 the first two sets. Both players i WAS 777 VfRY 1145
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:Auto Sttme 6Deferement\\' pushing programs.cost-cutting They modernization also had!

impetus from
\ the brighter out

/ J. BUSINESS MARKET. look for the auto makers, one
L k -_i."J of steel's best customers.

4'/-" W' REPORT ..4s... ... 6fiJ:: : .t Bright News on Wall St. Despite another favorable

=+ '-' government action on the rash

_ :1 of
I 2frm ffm-k ( tarn I also lent support to the view 18.53 points higher thai they examiner's pending railroad merges (an l
-- at the end of thesummer's approval of the proposed -
:---- .. ,. By THOMAS E. MULLANEY that no strike is likely. Maft
< -W' consolidation
R starting'point i all of the Great
': \ Mid-Range I Financial Editor I If the automotive negotiations -Street parlance. Northern, Northern Pacific: and
4 W1 resolved without a the Burlington
i NEW YORK-The stock are ), railroad issues
: 1 market !strike, the biggest unsettling Stalwart performers last \. k, gave a disappointing perfor
FUTURE 11 Missile Is emerged its recent I development in the economic in addition to the automotive mance.
fog late last week under fresh
HOME OF I picture would be removed for issues, included the steels.
winds of optimism. There was The slump in housing that
: ".! t'uf"rifl/t I this Friday, both General Mot*s
doubt the for year. spread
no over reason
) and Chrysler recorded histo among economists -
: ;. ..."' ;\ ,I the d ram an ti c and sudden i The stock market and the highs. recently was offset last

., ,, :.. .T (AP) The change. It was the magical economy might then be expected week< by word that construction -
:I- S I, word from Detroit late Wednesday -' to proceed to new heights The automotive group benefited contract awards took an

t Defense Department formally that the resuming a march that was from another sparkling;, encouraging 12 per cent jump
abandoned Saturday active development automotive un first interrupted early this sales report by the big three in July.

I. of the mobile midrange ion had deferWeek. month by jitters over the Tonkin as well as the strike deferral 1-II I '

ballistic missile designedto red a strike in Gulf incident in Viet Nam and I In the mid-August 10-day sales'i \ Air Conditioning

fill the gap between the the industry at in lately by concern over the lackof period car sales reached their) B

I rv W .w? I Army's tactical weapons and least until Sept. progress in the automotivetalks. highest level for such a period'] ,\FEDDERS
-' missiles of the Navy. Few in Wall Central air conditioning to
year ago.Maintenance hot air
central' .
develop- I or
These depressing
Street or business of high-level salesis h.e both installed l
A Pentagon announcement the stockmarket's big
had loving
had really expected a imperative if the industry iso .
congressional cutbacksof shutdown of automotive blooming summer ral FREE
operations achieve a good clean-up of: ESTIMATES
funds. in this i presidential -ly. Last week's late turnaboutwas 1964 models before the new lines'I CALL

More than $100 million has election year, but asMonday's not enough to erase earlier arrive in the showrooms. Hay French

:been spent on the mid-range contract deadline approached losses nor to offset the Steel stocks moved higher one!' AIR"
of August's first CONDITIONING
with no sign of a settlement sharp and
I((500 to 1,500 miles) missile sinceit
week. But they stopped the erosion word that the mills are continuing SERVICE
anxiety rose. 714 K.W.
,' was approved for development and administered a new to raise production and I, ... 23rd Blvd. 2.3705
.1 by Defense Secretary Some observers took Walter Street's bulls.
tonic to Wall
Robert S. McNamara in 1962. Reuther's surprise announce-

The Helzels, Gerald and Frank (with spade), ham it upNew ment which came close With one more trading session -
The Pentagon said that although left in August, the market
on the heels of the Democratic
I major work on the midrange Convention's acclamation of shows a slight loss of 4.93 pointsfor Dream Homes

Firm Breaks Ground system would lapse, it its Johnson Humphrey ticketto the month in terms of

"continues to believe that thereis mean that political considerations -the New York Times combined

a definite need for this highly had dictated the exec average of 50 stocks and 2.01 on display! TODAYat
and turned the first of tern work will be done there. mobile survivable and ;
26yearold heating air over spade accurate tion of every effort to.avoid a points in the Dow Jones industrial -
conditioning firm in Gainesville dirt at the site, 1600 block in NE Office space will be air. condi weapons system and that to the damaging economic event in a component. :
broke ground Thursday for a 23rd Blvd. tioned. extent congressional appropriations key election I the site o k the 1964
year. ended the
new plant which will double the The plant will enclose about Gerald Helzel, vice president, will permit, we should proceed The Times average
company's space. 6,000 square feet. The firm's said the building, with concrete with its development as an The selection of Chrysler, week at 494.50 while the Dow i
smallest of the big three automakers index closed at 839.09. They are Parade ol Homes
walls will cost about insurance
Frank Helzel, firm founder, air conditioning and heating sys- bearing program. and
including site. P. S. Pre- as the strike target now, respectively 12.07 ;
$50,000 The Pentagon said that, with ((3300 Block of N.W I 28th Avenue)
vatt, Gainesville contractor, is

NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, AUG. 2S// I the builder. the work curtailed will continue funds on available a highly, ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A t t

(C) New York Times The Helzel firm also is in the accurate guidance system and IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

High Low Close Net Chg. I'roof covering lines. These and functions drainage system will studies of command and control FLORIDA Swimming Pool VARIETY OF STYLES 1

25 Rails 142.61 141.22 141.99 Up .37 elements which might be applicable -!
25 Industrials 851.3S 842..00 847.02 Up 4.31 remain in the firm's present to other weapons pro- QUALITY WORKMANSHIP

50 Stocks 496.99 491-S1 494.50 Up 2.34 company plant at 804 employs SE 4th 35 St.persons.The grams. by Rivers Construction Co. FEATURES GALORE A ,i i. '

.. Congress approved $80 million LCATION\\
A Backed
STOCKMARKET Named WinnerOf for the mobile mid-range missile I
FLASHES in fiscal year 1963. Pentagon -I FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY o BEAUTIFUL I LAN )SCAPE \

Toastmaster requests totaling $143 million .
I for the system in fiscal 1964 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40
NEW YORK (AP-The stock[same time the union extendedthe Speech ContestMarvin were cut to $73.1 million. And in Priced at $3,000 to $3,500

market last week went through strike deacuine to Sept. 9, i the current year, Congress reduced NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCING by
Whitten farmer
another period of uncertainty as giving Wall Street a reprieve. the Pentagon's request
sank than man with the Agricultural Stabilization -from $110 million to million. Leading Gainesville BuildersAll
hopes and fears were mingled Chrysler more a $40 ,
and Conservation Ser
the chance of crip- under emotional Members of the H Bjildels
regarding a point selling < me
vice of Gainesville, won the Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board
auto strike. early on Thursday.On .
pling Area 8 Toastmaster Humorous RecruitersDue Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner Association
The Democratic National
Convention also some dis- Friday, both Chrysler and Speech Contest held at Long's I Leaf Net
was General Motors made new Cafeteria. He is a member of on I
to traders and volume CampusA NO OBLIGATION
highs, Chrysler ending the The Gainesville Toastmasters
fell off to 18,209,310 shares y, 7
week the most active stock Club 3019. U.S. team
from 19,664,110 the week be- as Navy interestedin RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO. :
with a net rise of 3%. GM also Toastmaster Whitten will represent recruiting men for flying
fore.The advanced 396 during the week Area 8 at the Northern will hold interviews 1909 EAST 5th STREET i I
Associated Press average at the
closing at 96%. Division Toastmaster Humorous DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA, I
of 60 stocks declined .9 to Speech Contest September 12 in "Hub" on the University of Flo- 622-7048 FLA. 44MREiS315,

315.6. Of the 1,523 shares traded The general economic back,'Jacksonville at the SeminoleHot rida campus Sept. 811. I I II I
709 declined and 612 ad ground was fairly encouraging
I I J. This contest will include" --
vanced. The Dow Jones indus- but analysts saw little hope fora all the Toastmaster clubs from I

trial average, however, posteda concerted stock rally until North Florida. ; "LOCK.MASTER AWNING WINDOWS COMPLET" '

thin gain of .47 at 839.09. after Labor Day-and particularly The next step up will be the i SPARR FARMERS SUPPLYSEPT. 19Y"x26"' .$S.19 261/ "x26" .$9.59 3.7"X26" .$10.5S I I19'a"x383'a"

Stocks on Tuesday took their after the auto labor situation Florida District 47 Contest in' $10.0S 26V2"x383$11.97 37"x383ig" .$13.41

worst dive in more than two is settled. St. Petersburg Sept. 26. 19'a"x50$12.24 26V2"x50 $14.5S 37"x)00/s" .$16.16
weeks as a federal mediatorleft The bond markets wound up CASH & CARRY
for Detroit to observe auto another 'drab week Friday except Marines Seek PRICES"CHRIST 19V"x63" .$16.07 2.5V2"x63" .$IS.S6 37"x63" .$20.79

labor negotiations, thus point: for one day's excitementin 53Va"x26" .$13.14 53Y"x3S'/s" $17.46 53Ya"xSO $21.51

ing up the quick approach of tax exempts. U.S. Treasury Enlistees HereA IS THE ANSWER" "CROWN" JALOUSIE WINDOWS COMLETE19x26

the Aug. 1 strike deadline. bond prices worked lower in Marine Corps recruiter will LARGE . .$5.70 2.5V2x26 . .$6.60 30V2Xt .$7.90
Prices declined Wednesday nearly all maturities. Sagging ORDERS DELIVERY POSSIBLE
again begin this Thursday visiting'I'i 19x3S'a . .$7.45 26V2x383/s .$S.SO 30V2X3Ws $10.30
fear of nationwiderail from 1.32 to 6-32s in the of
as a case
t on a once-a month basis to hold LEHIGH CEMENT
strike due to end issues. $1.20 LEHIGH MORTAR $1.05 19x50'/ . .$9.05 26V2x50 .$10.S0 30V2x5t% 12.30
a dispute some long interested inj i
interviews for MASONRY
men SAND
12 mi. Sporr . 6-yd. LOADS $3.60
with off-train workers was added Corporate bond turnover held enlistment. PLASTERING SAND 12 yd. 37x26 . .$S.35 37x383/ .$11.10 37x50 /s.t. .$13.S
I mi. Sporr . 6yd. LOADS $4.C5 yd.
to apprehension over an auto about even with volume of the I Staff Sgt. Guy J. Daniels will,I REINFORCING 53'/8x26 .$13.70 Yax3S3/s .$18.30 53'/8x50 f S22.7
walkout.On two preceding weeks, comingto be in the Navy recruiting office I STEEL 20' BARS, EACH -w -

Thursday, the UAW $37.2 million par value as on the second floor of the % 33c; 3/8", 59c '/ ", 95c; 5/8", $1.44 '/ ", $2.35 JALOUSIE! DOORS, CLEAR FIR RIMS all sizes . . 24.75

picked Chrysler as its No. 1 against $37.9 million the week post office building from 2 to STEEL MESH REIN. 6x6 No. 10 Ga., 750 Sq. Ft. . . $17.10 DRS. MAH. 24" $4.0S; 2S" & 30" $4.70; 32" $4.9S:361$5.40 ,

strike target in the event bargaining before and $37.2 two weeks ear'3:30 p.m. on the first Thursdayof EXPANSION JOINT L.F. CELOTEX 8e; HOMASOTE 7c MAHOGANY DRS. EXT. 3Q" $6.50; 32" $6.805"$7.20

talks fail but at the lier. each month. POLYETHYLENE .006 Mil Per. Th. Sq. Ft. . . . 13.50 SCREEN DOORS 2-pan. AL . 30" & 32" $7.65; lb' $1.98


."::,.;.}.',.:? Hl".tir!...-.....,n vr!rnvtiwxrrfw: + '" -. 2x6, 2x8, D4S, 6' 16' Per Th. . . . . .. 108.00 LOCKS KEY $3.95; PRIVACY $2.10: PASSAC 1.75

1. 'JJ. 1.M ff.tit.: ;?lfiJh f# mi 1x4, 1x5, 1x6, 1x8, D4S R.L. Per Th. . . . . $99.00No. BRASS BUTTS b PRIME COAT 3V2"x3V2" PRe 3Sc, ; 4"t'r'60c

1 2 Pine Fig. Th. $108; No. D $144.00; No. C $162.00No. GALV. PIPE Hd. $13.04. 3/4"$1702- $2.4.32. 1'/4''"'$i1.42

2 Pine V.J. & Sdg. K.D.1x6 and 1x8 Per Th. . . $117.00 V2" $38.3S; 2" $51.76; 3" $106.S1; 4" $166.52. -
'': t
BLACK 3" $91.14; 4" $144.83
LUMBER2x4 PLASTIC PIPE Hd. '/ $2.45; JA" $4.05; I"t55

II business briefs: 2x6, 2x8, 1x8. D4S, 8'-16' Per Th. . . . $135.002x4 P/4" $9.95; P/2" .$11.95; 2" $19.95. .

-=:I I 2x6, 2x8, x8, D4S, 8'-16', Per Th. . . . . 135.00 SOIL PIPE C.I., S.H. 2" $48.52; 3" $52.92 4"
.:.:.' ;[:;: SHINGLES BONDED 25 YRS.; 20 YRS.; 15 YRS. INQUIRE SOIL PIPE C.!., D.H. 2" $51.84; 3" $68.64; 4" $19

:::: 1! 15 to 30 lb. FELT $2.25; 210 lb. SHINGLES Sq. $6.50 FIBRE 2" .$22.80; 3" .$29.60; 4" .$36.00; 4" PREF . ) ,

j 235lb. SHINGLES Sq. $7.50; 290lb. SHINGLES Sq. $10.95 BATH TUBS 5' CAST IRON $55.00; STEEL TUBS 5' $4f( O

.............................*....:..i....:..:..:.:..:..mmMl:1MM.......:...................:.:....".......,.....:..i..:.K.......:......:...".:....:...":.tJ....:..:.;...@N................n.........:.:..:.:.:.:.:.;.:..:.:;.:.:.:..::...:.].......:." 45-lb.MOPPING$2.16 ASPHALT; 55-lb. $2.43; 65-lb. $2.70; 90-lb. $3.33 LAVATORIES 19"x 17" CAST f IRON 13.10; CHINA I $.=Z 1
1, $2.54 Hd.; 32-Oz. MOPS $1.78 ea. CLOSETS C.C. $21.95; SEATS $2.85; SUPPLY W.S. $P1
ROOFING GALV., sq. $11.25; RIDGE L.F. 15c; ALUM. $15.95 SINK 32"x21" STEEL $11.50; SINK STAINLESS STEEL $2G
i TO TEACH COURSE ed Public Accountant in the mon stock at $100 a share. In- NAILS, Common Bright 6 through 60 Per Hd $9.50
30 GAL.
John Connolly, assistant matt accounting field. corporators are Ronald A. Ne- PLYWOOD S.E.$49$3
!V'x4'x8f, Sq. Ft. V.G. BIRCH CHERRY"OAK
S.E.$69 !
of all der, Ray Norville and Fred
Crawford has
ager & Co. insure Connolly completed GRAIN GLOW
PLYWEAVE, GUM 22c; LAUAN 15c; FIR 13c34"x4'x8' ELECTRIC WIRE ROMEX 14/2 $3.00 Hd. 12/2 $3.90 ..
and Part, Bullard Jr. all of Gainesville. ;
ance adjusters here, will teacha of the C.L.U. ,
BIRCH 7 Ply 45c; IDAHO KNOTTY PINE 49'c34"x4'x8' 12/2 BURIAL $6.60; 12/2 W. COP. G., $4.80; ROLL La,,
course for adjusters III, C.P.C.U. He is a graduateof
sponsor PONDEROSA 7 Ply 39e; FLAKE BOARD 22'/c; PAINT PER GAL INT. or EXT. VINYL $3.44; O.S. WHITE $3.8 -
the of Florida, as
ed-by Insurance Instituteof the University
"America Currently ON DISPLAYThe 1x12 No. 3 SPRUCE SHELVING R.L. Per Th. . . $135.00 ENAMEL $3.89; VARNISH $3.11; LATEX $3.22; SEALER $3.'
Inc., beginning insurance major. :
an 1965 Simca lowest
SeJ'! 5.The. he is education chairman of ,
ed car in the 1965 Chrysler line, OIL CREOSOTE WHITE I
$3.15 $3.50 TURPENTINE
Th. C.D. % ; ; 1.19 GA ,
course, '........."...,. the North Central Florida now is on display at the Hawes- $90.00; Vz" $112.50; /, $135.00 CHEMBOUND MASONRY PAINT! WATERPROOFING $13.50 Hd
Pit( I in the : !? .\, Adjusters Association. Powers Motor Co., 204 N. Main I PLYFORM EXT.s"x4'x8' B.B. 22e; /4"x4'x8' B.B. 25c '
$9.95 FLATS
; $5.95
program for adjuUers .. St. to A. H. AI : +
according ( )
-" PLYWOOD INT. SIS INT. SlS FIELD FENCE ROLL 32" $15.25 39" .$21.00
will be t '; I CHARTERS Ennis sales I EXT. SIS EXT. S2S ; $18.50; 47" $
': a manager.
conducted at i Secretary of State Tom Adams V."x4'xS' .09 .15 .1t\ .16 BARB WIRE 4pt. Hvy. $8.75; "GAUCHO" HI-TEN $7.20r! ;

the.Crawford offices this week announced the JOINS AGENCY I %"x4'x8' .13 .19 .14 .20 PRESSURE TREATED CREOSOTE POST 8 LBS. PER CUBIC FT. \
and fee three Alachua -
no chartering of
will be charged County corporations. Incorporators Dale S. Perry, for two years! V2" 4'x8' .16 .23 .IS .24 2."x6V2' 40c ZV2"x6V2' SOc 3"x6i/2' 60c 3V2"x6V2' 70c i''

adjusters.! J.,'* are not necessarily officers -the state training director for: %"x4'xS' .19 .25 .20 .27 2"x7 45c 2'/2"x7 56e 3"x7' 74c 4"x7' $1.15 4(

the Insuran of the companies whichare the Florida Farm Bureau Insurance 1! "x4'xS' .22 .29 .24 .31 5"x7' $1.65 3"x8' 90c 4"x8' $1.30 5"x8' $2.05 1
companies, now is associated
e Institute of : 6"x8' $2.707"xS' $3.503"xI0' $1.304"xI0'
$1.955"x10' Iii
America (I. I.Connolly Lord Byron's, Inc., 1802 W. with the Hodge-Faulk j
HOMASOTE EXT. BOARDi"x4fx8'; 10'; 12'; Th. .. $112.50 $2.85 6"xlO' $3.80 7"x10' $5.25 4"x12'5"x12'
A.I: program is an advanced University Ave., dealing in re- Agency here. 1 HOMASOTE FOR UNDER EAVE VENTS . . Sq. Ft. 17e $2.65 I .. .
education' program equivalentto tail drugs and prescription cen- He is a 1962 University of' MASONITE, Sq. Ft. INTERIOR . .. '/s"x4'x8f .06; '/ .09 $3.70 4"xI4' $3.50 5"x14' $4.65 4"x16' $4.40

3 "masters degree" in insurance ter and restaurant. The com',Prrida graduate in insurance i MASONITE, Sq. Ft. EXTERIOR . . i/8"x4'x8' 9c; V*" 15c 5"x16' $5.554"xIS' $5..555"xI8'$7.154"x20" $5.85 '..
-r.d is member of the Junior
after the student com pany is authorized to sail 103 Chamber a of Commerce, University ;; MASONITE UNDERLAYMENT 215"x4'x4' Sq. Ff . . C0 5"x2CY $8.104"x22' $7.305"x22' $S.754"x25. $8.45
pletes the required six 3-hour shares of common stock at no MASONITE i/4"x4'x8' VEE JOINT PREFINISHED PANELLING
examinations said City Kiwanis Club and i 5"x25' $9.95 4"x30' $11.95 5"x30' $14.50 6"x30' $19.00
Connolly. value. Incorporators are B.
hi will A. Reber and a board member of the National ; 4"x35' $14.50 5"x35' $19.95 6"x35' $22.50 Year Post
Jr. D. 30
February, Connolly M. Reber SHEETROCK 3/8"x4'x8' 10' 12'
Foundation of the First Pres- Per Th. Sq. Ft. . . $54.00
teajh combined lead all of Gaines!
a course Julia M. Reber
ing. to Chartered'Life Under ville. byterian Church. SHEETROCK Vi"x4'x8', 10', 12', Per Th. Sq. Ft.-. $63.00 WATER PUMPS, SHALLOW WELL SINGLE STAGE '/ H.P. $69.50;
ROCKLATH Per Th. $40.50; FIBRE PLASTER $1.53 Hd. Yz H.P. %
wti er. Tri-Find, Inc., P. 0. Box 26, $75.50 H.P. $88.75; 1 H.P. $98.75. '
Property and Casualty Underwriter Gainesville, dealing in real and NAMED AGENT ROLL FIBERGLASS INSULATION DEEP WELL WITH 2" JET. 1/3 H.P. $92.95; % H.P. $98.75;

(C.P.C.U.) credentials, personal property. The company Byron Salter Jr., Life Under. 1 %" AUMINUM FOIL ONE SIDE . . . . $40.50 M % H.P. $112.50; 1 H.P. $135.50; 1 / H.P. $140.50.

Part III. is authorized to sell 100 writer has been 1'" ALUMINUM FOIL ONE SIDE . . . . $54.00 M 42 GAL TANK $22.72; 52 GAL $38.83 120 GAL $51.67.
The fee to students will be shares of common stock at $100a agent for Gainesville appointed and-; 3%" ALUMINUM FOIL ONE SIDE . .". . . $67.50 M ;

$11(!) plus books and a $35 share. Incorporators are Per- North Central Florida for Penn' "CELOTEX" CEILING TILE CALL US FOR BIDS ON ANY ITEM YOU NEED

I. fcA. examination fee. There ry C. Moore, W. W. WTkerson Mutual Insurance Company.A I SCULPTURED WHITE, DIAMOND WHITE . $144.00 M

Br :;five exams in both C. L. and James S. Quincy, all of resident of Gainesville for PANAMA . 144.00 M; MINUET . $189.00 M

U.-and C. P. C. U., accordingto Gainesville. 20 years, Salter has been in the I j GOLDCREST, TRAVERTINE, MAYFAIR, CLOUDS $171.00 M SPARR FARMERS SUPPLYSPARK

& Molly, and the credentials Central Business Machines. insurance business here for 7 j BOLERO WHITE, RANDOM WHITE . . . $180.00 M .

44 recognized as a ."Ph.D." Inc., 901,N. W. 4th SL, dealing!years. He temporarily has located HONEYCOMB, MONTEREY, GOLDEN BOLERO . $207.00 M FLORIDA PHONE 622-7063 or 622-8225 _

br-4fcose successfully passing in business machines. AuthorIzed his office- in his tome at J FISSURED . $225.00; RIVIERA . $450.00 M 10 MILES, NORTH OF OCALA ON HIWAY 301
be .exams, likened to CertifiLv : to sell 120 shares of com- 1122 N. W. 30th Ave. j jr

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State Dems Rejoice Little. 1 Dist.Addresses Governor LionsIn I Miss Policeman Work Retires in 23 Years Didn't --i L. ."'A" :. J -' ..

I Over Choice of Humphrey AlachuaALACHUA I NORTH MIAMI (AP-After stay out sick. I've got to go to' -

23 years without missing a day's work, so you might as well go: ..
Dist. Lions Gov '
work-a national record for a too.
:r'' By PAULVILI.s ernor Charley Thompson of policeman-Sgt. John R. Park- "Well, you just can't sit I I
by the White House that t:
I I Jacksonville spoke on "Liontam" -erson retired Saturday.Or around with the wife so I always '
he had
Associated Press Writer But' to., at a the Ala
meeting of
RepublicansGive at least, that's what he had showed up on the job." II
TALLAHASSEE (AP) .- Florida "I really like Hubert, but I: chua Lions here Thursday in mind. Parkerson, a native of Louisville William H. Faulk Lester C. Hedge Dale S. Perry .
Republicans were elated know the difficulty of carrying night. ,
Cheers Ky., who moved here in
Saturday at the choice of Sen. that load in the South," Sma. The Ladies Night was conducted "You just think you're retire 1934, worked than 20 We are proud to announce that .
more :, '
Hubert Humphrey of Minneso thers told the newsmen. by President Ralph Cellon ing, said his wife, Doris. "I've" as a mechanic before becoming years i DALE S. PERRY
ta for,, the Democratic vice Jr. got lots of work for you to do.
ana iioeral philosophy in Many members of the Democratic a policeman
during World War
Police Chief Thurman I is associated with .
Wayne now our
presidential spot. country. delegation said before Guests included Sonny Lee II. I agency.AGENCY ..
"The only ,better choice for "He. renders it almost impos- they returned home that they and Les Cake, both of Gainesville said "No records available hereon "Gasoline and tires were hard,
us to carry. Florida would sible for the national ticket to would participate in a state Ralph Cellon Sr. and American police work willdispute" to get," he explained, "and II' HODGE-FAULK Inc. :
have been, ,Bobby Kennedy, but carry Florida," Home said. campaign for the national tick, Bill Floyd of Cooksville, Tenn. that the 65-year-old lived a long way from work.I
: Parkerson is the all-time champion my Gainesville, Florida Phone 372.2901
we will settle'for' Hubert: said Bill Enneis said the -
"The, left wing needs a spokesman et that would be more unified District So I switched to the police force! "
l State Republican Chairman and he is brilliant" than usual. Governor pays the local club for continuous, uninterrupted -,to be closer to home." '_ .
Tom Brown. Horne said he planned to remain an annual visit. Around 40 mem- service. F ----
There was little open rejoic- Top Democrats campaigned bers and guests attended. "Nothing could keep him off; .
in the
party even
ing among spme of,the state'stop supporting the national tick-,'almost independently of the na the job," Thurman said. "I've: .
tional ticket four years ago, seen him work through sicknesses -"
at, the, selection Firm's /
even to the of Safe that would have !' :
of the Minnesota Senator for et.The immediate point drawingup kept a nor ALAN 3
the national"ticket.. past Speaker a separate platform. All J Hit 3rd TimeST. mal person home in bed." i all new "Mister Sandwich" is .
of the House; Rep. Willi- >< .
were elected while the National A big stack of letters from res-
headed Gov. Farris Florida's Bryant, wh'6 am Chappell Jr. of Marion Democratic ticket lost to the PETERSBURG (APASt. idents in police files commending -'' now We invite to come down to :
delegation County, also has announced he Republicans. Petersburg construction firm Parkerson for his work at- open., you :
the convention where Hum will work for Goldwater's; elec- was about ready Saturday to test to his in North,
phrey was chosen without Brown said that the Republicans popularity ( from Univ. Station
our :
opposition -tion.But try burying its cash in the Miami. The community gave a new across
were planning a cam
after President John-
he emphasized that
back ..
son recommended' Him, said: intended to remain in the Dem- paign phasize this clearly year that that the will voter em For yard.the third time in two!special"My wife luncheon wasn't in kidding his honor.about;:, Post Office) and try our specialty. "Mr. ..
"The addition of Sen. lJ m- ocratic'party and support its months, Baludre Masonry Con having a lot of work for me," .
does have
choice between
phrey will mean very little in candidates at the state level. a struction Inc.'s safe was cracked
Parkerson said.
conservative and liberal tick "In fact, I owe Sandwich's" own Roast Beef in natural :
Florida. gravy _,
Rep. E. C. Rowell of Sum- and )looted. my record to her. ..
It Bryant said that Humphrey, ter County, who will be the ets. Friday night's marauders got "I've been sick some '
as well as Rep. William Miller 1965 House speaker, said that "The Democrats I have talk about $500 after wrenching a But whenever I started truly the most delicious Roast Beef in town
vice presidential candidateon he didn't think "Humphreyadds ed to think Humphrey's nom brand new safe out of a reinforced plaining she would say days'j'
the GOP ticket with t Barry anything to Jo h nson's' ination was the blunder of the wall and ripping it open. to work. You'll feel and only 55<
Goldwater, "will bedwarf. chances of carrying Florida in year," he said. "We intend to The previous breaks also net with the public.' .I
ed by the presidential nomInee the general election. make the most of it." ted several hundred dollars. I "Or she would say 'you can't 1
with whom he ,'runs."' Gov Bryant went to the con-
House Speaker Mallory vention urging that Sen. Sma-
Home of Tallahassee who says thers of Florida be nominatedon
he won't support the national the ticket with Johnson. In- .S;
ticket of the Democratic Par stead, Smathers made a nominating .

ty, said that "Florioda voters: speech for Humphreyand '.a nJ.N. .1ai ..
recognize that Humphrey epitomizes I. later told newsmen t ha t -

the most radically left]|[he- hadn't.,wanted to but was c t t :

Florida's School aty S .
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' Rolls Up 50,000TALLAHASSEE -I .

(AP-Florid) The superintendent said ap- /
public school enrollment in proximately 52,700 instructional ,
grades 1 through 12 will, approach -personnel will be employed in eatS'yn0..jN.
1.3 million this fall for state public schools this year, a
an increase of 50,000 over the increase of 2,600 teachers over
1963-64 year, State School Supt. the 1963-64 school year. ,, '.; :4raeyflq'n
Thomas Bailey said Saturday.The He said nearly 100 per cent of + : fr ; 'orr ia"',; ., y.Y ; d. ;" !
'tr :H '
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wave of post-war babiesin these teachers hold teaching cer- ,.-.t t'Y: j 'H 2i .xr Y? ; Z :
1947-43 will be reaching the tificates based on' four-year college -

12th grade this year. degrees or better. 'a,, r r q+.
Bailey said an increase of 8,000 Fewer than 400 teachers will
was expected in the senior class hold certificates based on less .,
this year, bringing the state .totalto + than,four-year degrees, he said. .y. y 2
68,000. This continues to place Florida
The number of Florida ;)high about'third in the nation in the
school graduates will reach an percentage of teachers with four
all time high, Bailey said,' and year degrees or better, Bailey
first grade enrollments will also
be a record with 145,000 pupils. said.The average annual salary for "Yes sir thisprotection
The estimated! percentage: of instructional personnelincluding ,
enrollment Increase is slightly teachers, principals and oth
under last year's figure, 'at 4.8 ers-is estimated at $6,200 and
per cent. This is a drop from places Florida 21st in the nation,
the enrollment increases of 8.7 Bailey said.
t per cent and 9.4 per cent experienced -' The separate counties, he said,
t in some previous years, set their own pay scales for
I the superintendent said: teachers. The starting salary is free"First

Although. there is a decrease, ranges from a low of $3,800 to a
Bailey said, Florida is still growing high of $4,750. Top scale-for a
r at a rate substantially above teacher with a doctoral degree }
the national average.,. :Increase of' and 10 years service-is $8,000in
3.4 per cent. 1 I' Dade County. N
Bailey said Florida-Is the ninth .. Federal doesn't charge you a penny to
largest state in the nation in pub-
lic school. ,enrollment and the keep your funds Federal agency insured.

..., state is expected to continue to
grow high birth in population rates and as a continued result of! @ Instead, we pay YOU our dividends have r-

influx of new"residents. been consecutive for 28 And '
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U.S. Ob'jective'Must Be Victory, Not Just: :, 'Pe ce'


THE SUN is serializing Sen. Goldwater's own book, "Conscience of a Conservative," as a reader service- TheCONSCIENCE ,

-+ ,The Soviet Menace so that readers can make their own appraisal of the candidate and compare his views in 1960 wish his

4.And still the awful truth remains: We can establish thedomestic statements today. Our publication of this text is not intended to reflect the Sun's approval or disapproval 1

= conditions for maximizing freedom, along the lines of Sen. Goldwater's views as expressed in his book or in his later statements. "Conscience of a Conserva-

-a have indicated, and yet become slaves. We can do this byClosing tive" is a Macfadden Capitol Hill Book, copyright, 1960, Victor Publishing Co., Inc. OF

the Cold War to the Soviet Union.

:i.. .American freedom has always depended, to an extent, on is courageous and honorable and dignified in the human be power to fight off or discourage Communist aggression, and A CONSERVATIVE

IT what is happening beyond our shores. Even in Ben Frank- ing. We must-as the first step toward saving American free- not having that power. Here however, we must distinguish I

:*lin's day, Americans had to reckon with foreign threats. Our dom-affirm the contrary view and make it the corner- between friendly countries that were not able to build

_forebearers knew that "keeping a Republic" meant, above all, stone of our foreign policy: that we would rather die than their own military forces and those that were. Greece, Tur- SEN. BARRY

:.-keeping it safe from foreign transgressors; they knew that a lose our freedom. key, Free China, South Korea and South Vietnam neededour By GOLDWATER i is

,'people cannot live and work freely, and develop national institutions There are ways which I will suggest later on-not help. Other countries, England and France, for exam-
conducive to freedom in and with in- easy ple, were able to maintain forces
except peace military with their own
to be sure-in which both freedomand The conservative' thinker
and ways we may save our leading>< .
--,dependence. In those early days the threat to peace resources. j
lives but
our ; all such suggestions are meaningless and

independence. : was very real. We were a fledgling-nation and vain unless we first understand what the objective is. We For many years now, our allies in Western Europe have
faint hearts-would have laid us open -
-the slightest misstep-or want to stay alive, of course; but more than that we wantto devoted smaller portions of their national budgets to mili- in politics today calls for anew
of European i
Z: to the ravages predatory powers. be free. We want to have peace; but before that we wantto tary forces than we have. The result is that the American

**, .: It was only because wise and courageous men understood establish the conditions that will make peace tolerable. people, in the name of military aid, have been giving an

H: hat defense of freedom required risks and sacrifice, as "Like it or not" Eugene Lyons has written, "the great and economic handout to these nations; we have permitted themto approach to domestic problems ,

:-:weU as their belief hi it, that we survived the crisis of inescapable task of our epoch is not to end the Cold War transfer to their domestic economy funds which in justice

-':national infancy. As we grew stronger and as the oceans but to win it." should have been used in the common defense effort.
barrier between ourselves and cold war strategy.
"continued to interpose a physical gradually re- I suggest that we look at America's present foreign policy Now let us note a significant fact In each of the situa-

and European militarism, the foreign danger on and ask whether it is conducive to victory. There are several tions we have mentioned so far-situations where some ev- I
: ceded. Though we always had to keep a acknowledged eye and aspects of this policy. Let us measure each of them by the idence exists that Foreign Aid has promoted American in-

: would-be conquerors, our independence was established. Indeed, test: Does it help defeat the enemy? terests-there is a common denominator: in every case, the
otherwise was
chose ,
.. peace, unless we
not only master of recipient government was already committed to our side.

=:! after the Second World War master, we were of the world. With a monopoly Defensive AlliancesThrough We may have made these nations, on balance, stronger and
.' destiny we were
our own of atomic; weapons, and with a conventional military more constant allies, though even that is debatable. But we rr .
: did not them
cause to alter their basic political commit-
America was-
to in the world
establishment superior any nation NATO, SEATO and the Central Treaty Organization ments.
absolute terms-the most powerful r>4'
2 hi relative in mid-Asia, we have served notice on the Kremlin that
the world had ever known. American freedom was as se- overt Communist aggression in certain areas of the world This brings us to the rest of the Foreign Aid programand t\

cure as at any time in our history. be to the great fallacy that underlies it. t ..
will opposed by American arms. It is likely that the \

: Now, a decade and a half later we have come full circle existence of these alliances has helped discourage military Increasingly, our foreign aid goes not to our friends, but t

Z and our national existence is once again threatened as it was adventurism by the Communists. to professed neutrals-and even to professed enemies. We fur- a

in the early days of the Republic. Though we are still nish this aid under the theory that we can buy the allegi :
of Still, we should not overestimate the value of the alliances.
strong physically we are in clear and imminent danger ance of foreign peoples-or at least discourage them from
Though they play a significant role in safeguarding American
overwhelmed by alien forces. We are confronted by a "going Communist"-by making them
being the freedom, there are a number of reasons why it is a prosperous. -
revolutionary world movement that possesses not only limited role. This has been called the "stomach theory of Communism -

: will to dominate absolutely every square mile of the globe ," and it implies that a man's politics are determinedby

but increasingly the capacity to do so; a military power that First, the alliance system is not co-extensive with the line the amount of food in his belly.

: rivals our own. political welfare and propaganda skills that that must be held if enemy expansion is to be prevented.

are superior to ours an international fifth column that There are huge areas of the non-Communist world that the Everything we have learned from experience, and from

IT operates conspiratorially in the heart of our defenses, an ideo- alliances do not touch. Nor-even assuming America is strong our observation of the nature of man, refutes this theory.A .

that imbues its adherents with a sense of historical enough to guard a world-wide defense perimeter-is there man's politics are, primarily, the product of his mind.
logy *
controlled by a ruthless Material wealth can help him further his political goals, *
mission; and all these resources any prospect of bringing these areas into the system.
that brooks no deviation from the revolutionary but it will not change them. The fact that some poor illiterate -

: despotism The so-called neutral countries of the Middle East, Africa people have "gone Communist" does not prove that ing better to do about it than 'go to the conference table.

-- course. and Southern Asia have refused to align themselves with poverty caused them to do so any more than the fact that After all assured ourselves
we there is
has no harm hi talking.I .
I This threat moreover, is growing day by day. And it the anti-Communist cause, and it is in those areas, as we Alfred K. and Martha D. Stern are Communists proves that

now reached the point where American leaders, both political might expect, that the Communists are making significant great wealth and a good education makes people go Com- maintain there is harm in talking under present condi-

I and intellectual are searching desperately for means of "ap- strides. This is a critical weakness. If all of those areas munist. tions. There are several reasons why this: Is so. First of all,

peasing" or "accommodating" the Soviet Union as the price should fall under Communist rule the alliances would be Communists do not look upon negotiations, as we do, as an

"" of national survival The American people are being told outflanked everywhere: the system would be reduced to a Let us remember that Communism is a political move- effort to reach an agreement. For them, negotiations are sim-

that, however valuable their freedom may be, it is even series of outposts, and probably indefensible ones at that ment, and that its weapons are primarily political. Themovement's ply an instrument of political warfare. For them, a summit
1= A fear of death is entering effectiveness depends on small cadres of political meeting is another battle in the
more important to live. craven in a wholly hostile world. ;struggle for :the world. A
recently activists, and these cadres are, typically, composed of literate
American consciousness; so much so that many diplomatic conference, in Communist language, is a "propa-
_: the felt that honoring the chief despot himself was the price Secondly the alliance system does not protect even its and well-fed people. We are not going to change the mindsof ganda forum from which to speak to the masses over the

to avoid nuclear destruction. members against the most prevalent kind of Communist aggression such political activists, or impede their agitation of the heads of their leaders."
had to
: we pay : political penetration and internal subversion. Iraqis masses by a "war on poverty," however worthy such an effort -

: The temptation is strong to blame the deterioration of a case in point. We had pledged ourselves to support the might be on humanitarian grounds.It Of course, if the Communists can obtain a formal agree-

: America's fortunes on the Soviet Union's acquisition of nu- Iraqi against overt Soviet aggression-not only under the ment beneficial to them, so much the better. But if not the

clear weapons. But this is self-delusion. The rot had set hi, Baghdad Pact of which Iraq was the cornerstone, but also thus makes little sense to try to promote anti-Com- negotiations themselves will provide victory enough. For ex-

: the crumbling of our position was already observable, long under the Eisenhower Doctrine. Iraq fell victim, to a proCommunist munism by giving money to governments that are not anti- ample, when the Soviets challenged our rights in West Ber-
their first Atom Bomb. Communist, that are, indeed, far more inclined to the Sov lin handed
before the Communists detonated coup without an American or Russian shot being a victory by the mere act of sitting
America still held unquestioned iet-type society than to a free one. And let us rememberthat down at the conference
when table.
: Even in the early 1950s, fired. By agreeing to negotiate ,on
nuclear superiority, it was clear that we were losing the the foreign policies of many of the'allegedly neutral that subject we agreed that our rights in Berlin were .'ne-
Cuba is another example. If the Red Army had landed in nations that receive our aid are not "neutral" at all. gotiable"-something
Cold War. they never were before. Thus we acknowledged -
t of 1952 I warned Havana, we would have come to Cuba's aid. Castro's forces, Is Sukarno's Indonesia neutral when it encourages Red Chin- in effect, the inadequacy of our position, and
Time and again in my campaign speeches however were native Cubans; as a result, a proCommunist the world
I now
? Or expects us to adjust it
that "American Foreign Policy has ese aggression Nehru's India when it censures the Western as proof of our good
my fellow Arizonians regime has become entrenched on our very doorstep faith.
effort to recover Suez but refuses to the Soviet
I brought us from a position of undisputed power in seven through the technique of internal subversion. And so it will censure
invasion of Hungary? Or Nasser's United Arab
in which
short years to the brink of possible disaster. And always be with an enemy that lays even more emphasison its Republic Our answer to Khrushchev's ultimatum should have been
succeeding seven years that trend, because its cause re- political warfare than on military warfare. So it will be equips armed forces with Communist weapons and Com- that the status of West Berlin concerns only West Berlinersand
munist personnel? Is American aid likely to make these
mains has continued. until we learn to meet the enemy on his own grounds.But less nations the occupying powers, and is therefore not a matter
stated. pro-Communist? Has it?
: The real cause of the deterioration can be simply that we are prepared to discuss with the Soviet Union!

J.,,.., Our enemies have understood the nature of the conflict, thirdly, the alliance system cannot adequately protectits But let us, for the moment, concede the validity of the That would have been the end of the Berlin "crisis." q.
In the
win the conflict members even against overt aggression. past
determined "
and we have not They are "stomach theory, and ask a further question: Is
- our foreignaid The Berlin
the Communists have been kept in check by America's strategic situation illustrates another .reason wig Y the
: and we are not. program the kind that will bring prosperity to under- J
air arm. Indeed, in the light of the weakness of the West is at an inherent disadvantage negotiating wiUQhe.:
developed countries? We Americans
has believe-and
I hesitate to restate the obvious-to say again what allied nations' conventional military forces our nuclear su- cite we can Communists. The central strategic fact of the Cold War* s

.been said so many times before by so many others: that periority has been the alliances' only real weapon. But as one hundred and fifty years of experience to supportthe it is presently fought, is that the Communists are on the
I the Communists' aim is to conquer the world. I repeat it the Soviet Union draws abreast of us in nuclear strength that the way to build a strong economy is to offensive and we are on the defensive. The Soviet Union Is

because it is the beginning and the end of our knowledge that weakness could prove our undoing. In a nuclear stale- encourage free labor the free play of economic forces: free capital always moving ahead, always trying to get something :from

about the conflict between East and West. I repeat it be- mate, where neither side is prepared to go "all out" over a free market Yet every one of the "neutral"countries the free world; the West endeavors, at best, to hold y hat

- cause I fear that however often we have given lip-service to local issues, the side with the superior conventional forces Socialism.we Our are aiding is committed to a system of State it has. Therefore, the focal point of negotiations is invarIably

this central political fact of our time very few of us have has an obvious advantage. present policy of governmenttogovernmentaid somewhere in the non-Communist '
4 strengthens Socialism in those countries.We world.:1
entire approach to foreign policy
. believed it. If we had our
> fourteen would have been radically dif- Moreover it is clear that we cannot hope to matchthe Every conference between East and West deals with 'some--
: over the past years are not only'perpetuating the inefficiency and waste
and the course of world events radically changed. Communist world man for man, nor are we capableof that attends territory or right belonging to the free world which the ( oj.
ferent, government controlled economies
: furnishing the guns and tanks necessary to defend thirty ; by munists covet. Conversely, since the free.world does not-seek
2 If an enemy power is bent on conquering you, and pro- nations scattered over the face of the globe. The longoverdue strengthening the hand of those governments, we are mak- the liberation of Communist territory the possibility oE-Conv; )
he is at war ing it more difficult for free enterprise to take
hold. For
poses to turn all his resources to that end answer as we will see later on, lies in the developmentof munist concessions never arises. Once the':West did attempt
reason we should eliminate all
* with you: and you-unless you contemplate surrender are a nuclear capacity for limited wars. government-to- to use the conference table for positive gain. ,'At Geneva in
w government capital assistance and
him. Moreover unless you contemplate treason encourage the substitutionof 1955 President
I- at war with Eisenhower told the Soviets he wanted-ta-db-
"[:. -your objective like his, will be victory. ,Not "peace," Finally-and I consider this the most serious defect of all American private investment.Our cuss the status of the satellite nations of Eastern Europe.

'- but victory. Now, while traitors (and perhaps cowards) have -the alliance system is completely' defensive in nature and present Foreign Aid program, In sum, is not only ill- He was promptly advised that the Soviet Union,did not consider
government it is outlook. This fact, in the light of the Communists' dynamic,
:I. at times occapied key positions in our administered but iltconceived. the matter a legitimate
; It has not, in the majorityof subject for negotiation,. ..and
fourteen dooms it to failure. No nationat
.- clear that our national leadership over the past strategy, ultimately cases, made the free,world stronger; it has made America that was that Now since 'we are .not permitted; to' talk

T years has favored neither surrender nor treason. war employing an exclusively defensive strategy, can weaker; and it has created in the minds the world about what we can get, the only interesting question at an
.. hope to survive for long.
It is equally clear, however that our leaders have not over an image of a nation that puts prime reliance, not on East-West.. conference is what the Communists can get.

; made victory the goal of American policy. And the reason Like the boxer who refuses to throw a punch, the de spiritual and human values, but on the material things that Under such conditions,
we can
never win. At best
: that they have not done so, I am saying, is that they have fense-bound nation will be cut down sooner or later. As are the stock-in-trade of Communist propaganda. To this extent hope- for a stalemate' that will place 'us where we can

1 never believed deeply that the Communists are in earnest. long as every encounter with the enemy is fought on his we have adopted Communist doctrine.In started. exactly we

initiative of his and with of
on grounds choosing
* Our avowed national objective is "peace." We have with his choosing, we shall keep on losing the Cold War. the future, if our methods are to be in tune with There is still another Reason for questioning tha satire of I
our true objectives, we will confine aid
Communists foreign to militaryand
while the wage
. "waged" negotiations. Assume
great sincerity, peace that somehow
we achieve -Sn t
while the Communists technical assistance to those nations that need it and agree-
"settlements, ment
* We have sought we think advances
war. our interests.
-.. seek victories. We have tried to pacify the world. The Foreign Aid that are committed to a common goal of defeating world for supposing the Communists will keep it any reason
one moment longer -
Communism. '
Communists to own it. Here is why the contest has than suits
mean their
:: purpose? We, and they are dif rent in
- been an unequal one, and why, essentially, we are losing itw Another aspect of our policy is the Foreign Aid program.To this respect We keep our word. The long ,and perfidious

American it, in the last fourteen we have committed over Negotiations Communist record of breaking
: Peace, to be sure, is a proper goal for policyas years agreements and treaties
: long as it is understood that peace is not all we seek. eighty billions of American treasure-In grants, loans, mater- proves, that the Soviet Union will not keep any agreement
ial and technical assistance. I will not here what that is not to its advantage to
the of surrender. We want a peacein develop keep.
want As I
: For we not peace write the world is waiting for another round of -::
which freedom and justice will prevail, and that-given every thinking American knows about this Gargantuan ex diplomatic conferences between East and West A full scale It follows that the only agreement worth the
: the nature of Communism-is a peace in which Soviet power penditure-that it has had dire consequences not only for summit'meeting is scheduled for Spring; later on, President Soviets! is one that will be selt-enforceable-which with

.. will no longer be in a position to threaten us and the the American taxpayer but for the American economy; Eisenhower and Premier Khrushchev will have further talks that is in the Kremlin's interest to means; one
keep. But if that'isthe
has been characterized waste and
that it
by extravaganceboth
: rest of the world. overseas and hi the agencies that administer it; and in the Soviet Union. And we are told this is only the be- case, why bother to "negotiate" about it? If an action is

: words must follow victory ginning of a long-range American policy to try to settle in the interest of the Soviet Union the Kremlin
A tolerable peace, in other that it has created a vast reservoir of antiAmericanismamong world ahead will go
: over Communism. We have been fourteen years trying to proud peoples who, however irrationally resent de- problems by "negotiation. the and perform it without feeling any need to make it
subject of a formal
- bury that unpleasant fact It cannot be buried and any foreign pedence on a foreign dole.I As the preparations for the Spring meetings go forward, treaty. .

: policy that ignores it will lead to our extinction as a na I am struck by a singular fact: no one on our side claims The next time we are urged to rush to the conference table
would rather put the question, Has the Foreign Aid program
: tion. -let alone believes-that the West will be stronger after in order to "relax world tensions let
our reaction be
for all of its drawbacks, made a compensating con- ,
these determined
: We do not, of course want to achieve victory by force tribution toward winning the Cold War? last Summer.We new negotiations. than it is today. The same was true exist between by this simple fact: the only "tensions" that
- of arms. If possible, overt hostilities should always be avoid and West have been created, and delib-

: ed; especially is this so when a shooting war may cause the And this test, let me say parenthetically, is the only one agreed to "negotiate" about Berlin-not because erately so, by the Communists. They can therefore be ".re
- death of many millions of people, including our own. But under which the Foreign Aid program can be justified. It hoped to gain anything by sue!* talks-but because the Communists we cide by the Kremlin's unilateral act The moment we Be-!
to relax
: we cannot, for that reason, make the avoidance of a shooting cannot, that is to say be defended as a charity. The had created a "crisis" and we could think of noth- have tensions by a "negotiated compromise" "ore
: war our chief objective. If we do that-if we tell ourselves American government doe not have the right, much less to yield something of value to the West ..

- that it is more important to avoid shooting than to keep our the obligation, to try to promote the economic and social welfare -

: .freedom-we are committed to a course that has only one of foreign peoples. Of course all of us are interested Calls

- terminal point: surrender. We cannot, by proclamation, make in combating poverty and disease wherever it exists. But the Johnson Speech 'Isolationist' I
Constitution does not our government to undertakethat
: war "unthinkable. For it is not unthinkable to the Communists empower

- : naturally they would prefer to avoid war, but they job in foreign countries, no matter how worthwhile it
might be. Therefore, except as it can be shown to 5f rrn, lark minus Goldwater is vacationing on the world. Not
: are prepared to risk it, in the last analysis, to achieve their promote once did it go to estic[ political advantage.

: objectives. America's national interests, the Foreign Aid program is unconstitutional By ,CHARLES MOHR a yacht cruising off the. California the heart of the problems that I "America is not and must

NEWPORT BEACH, CaliL, coast. He read a statement are splitting our alliances
: We must in our hearts, be equally dedicated to our ob- not become a second rat e
over a
Senator ship to shore
- jectives. If war is unthinkable to us but not to them the It can be argued but not proved, that American aid helped Barry Goldwatersaid telephone which said-: and apart, splitting the world apart,I power, standing on the sidelinesof

: famous "balance of terror" is not a balance at all, but an prevent Western Europe from going Communist after the Sec- Friday that President Johnson's putting this nation, every world affairs. It deserves

: instrument of blackmail. U. -Soviet power may be in balance ond World War. It is true, for example that the Communist Democratic speech accepting the "Lyndon Johnson's accep- day on the brink of crisis. more than promises devoid of

- ; but if we, and not they rule out the possibility of parties in France and Italy were somewhat weaker after presidential .nomination -tance was a dear withdrawalfrom "The eyes and ears of the recognition of world problemsand

:"using that power, the Kremlin can create crisis after crisis, economic recovery than before it But it does not follow isolationist"was "perhaps the most leadership in international -entire world were turned to global challenges. But last

- and force the U. S., because of our greater fear of war, that recovery caused the reduction in Communist strength, "modern such speech in affairs It was perhaps the i acceptance speech, lookingand night in Atlantic City it got
: to.back down every time. And it cannot be long before a or that American aid caused the recovery.It history. I I most isolationist acceptance I listening for the vision and 'nothing I more from Lyndon
Goldwater based his criticismon in .
speech modem American Johnson.
universal strength that would
sits astride
Empire the globe.
: is also let I
true us remember, that West
Germany recovered the fact that Johnson did not history. Not did it
_ The rallying cry of an appeasement organization, portrayed economically at a far faster rate than France or mention communism in his tion the men-I again put America on the highroad "The administration, with
: In a recent novel on American' politics, was "I would rather Italy, and received comparatively little American aid. directly challenge of of world leadership. Instead this final fantastic refusal to

- crawl on my knees to Moscow than die under an Atom It aba can be argued that American military aid has acceptance brief speech and g a v I C01tUDuniml or the many tthe world witnessed a talk directly about the challenge
only attention to ej brush fire
: bomb. This sentiment, of course, repudiates everything that made the difference between friendly countries having the eign affairs I. conflicts: that communism vision turned inward, isolated of communism r a I sea
.. hu ignited around :and sighted only toward dom.itt'L -|questions but gives no answers

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f : ;*.- Collision Course to the Moon I. Claim Agents I II I

I Foil Army Plot
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11 I By VERY HAUGLAND When the picture starts, you i I One minute to go 283 more Actually, the movie approach II
WASHINGTON, (AP) are at an altitude of t,29S miles I mile*. 1- condensing 16 minutes of ac- Against CastroMIAMI I I
!above the into five te much swifter
moon. -
L t Space science had made it pos-|I I You get the feeling almost ')f I (AP-Seventy) Cuban!
sible to ride a television camera! As watch, the pinpointsland than was Ranger's. Frames taken
, you being aboard a train rushing' army officials have been arrested -
, 1 smack into the moon. ,I larger bubbles craters,!,with unslacking concern toward by the camera at five-second in a plot to topple Fidel
Newsmen made the flight FrIday !-{;,uppogeilychange slowly.i la i solid wall. Those increasingly I intervals are shown only a second Castro, government. Spanish i I
1 by witnessing the first;Their'increase In size and numI rough markings on the moon and a half apart. I QuauTr eyh
ber is barely discernible. back. speaking radio station WFAB I eCOuN1
showing, in movie form, of the I glare
series of lunar'pictures taken by Three minutes pass. You are Half a minute left. I Plane MishapVIENNA said Friday night.
Ranger 7. 557 miles above the moon. The conspiracy to take over
The National Aeronautics and The "ground" in front of you I ,- Austria (AP) A Cuba's government was discov-
's -A minute and a half to go. spreads out swiftly In larger de-
Space.Administration fashionedthe chartered Bulgarian airliner::ered, said the radio by Castro
You staring at a lunar
are tail. Sun shadows rim the cra-
five-minute film out of the the at Schwe-
I surface that has become defi- ters. runway agents pretending to take part I
200 still photos; taken by the!initely more distinct, that is beginning chat Airport here Saturday but in the plot. Some of the conspirators -
Ranger-7s broad-scan cameras to swell and be- Ten seconds and 48 miles to none of the 89 persons aboardwas
( grow ,
arrest the
P' during the 16 minutes before it. The plane smashed escaped ra:
You 423 Five seconds. Four, three, 1
fore your eyes. are go.
dio said, because fled to i
E smashed into the moon July 31. through a fence and came to they
miles above the moon. two,
I In the movie each photo dissolves one. rest in a field 600 yards from the hills. t
imperceptibly into the Now you begin to get a sensation The film ends abruptly as the end of ther unway and suffered The radio station said its In I
one,immediately following it, aj.'_ of movement,.of speed. did Ranger's camera work some damage. Most of formation came from under-
the rate of 1.5 seconds per The craters expand, new dots with the last effective frame those aboard, airport officials
frame. The effect is a startlingly appear and quickly grow into 3.63 miles above the moon, said, were Austrian vacationerson ground sources Inside Cuba. ,
real journey on a collision small holes. The surface beginsto scanning an area only 1.84 miles a flight home from Varna,on There will be more arrests,
course with the moon. i take on a grainy texture. i across. ,the Black Sea coast. the radio said. I P.M.
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Sponsors Exchange Student Miss McClamroch 1 1". .


Bride of Dr. Mehta ,

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Solemnized at the home of was matron of honor and Mr. ff
her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Sessums was best man. '
James Milton McClamroch, the The matron of honor wore a
; : >- -...: .a, wedding of Miss Margaret Mc gown of jade green satin, Music Builds CharacterThe
M r K 4 Kj ryw Clamroch now of Phila- fashioned like that of the I :
phia, and Dr. Surinder Mehta bride and carried a bouquetof i seeds of greatness might well be contained in the followingqualities : -

Philadelphia son of Dr. yellow rosebuds.For I : initiative self-discipline leadership, responsibility.
wa and Mrs. D. R. Mehta of New her daughter's wedding, Studying a musical instrument and playng with others in o band
Delhi, India, took place at the bride's mother chose a or orchestra help develop these qualities to a degree unequalled
10:30: o'clock yesterday morn- French blue cotton and lace perhaps by any other academic'course, and certainly by no other
dress. Her corsage was of activity.

ing.The bride is the granddaughter pink rosebuds. I i i ,

of the late Mr. and Mrs. Luncheon FollowsDr. McClamroch MEET YOUR BAND DIRECTOR -
M. H. McClamr 0 c h of and Mrs.
Gainesville and the late Mr. entertained with a wedding i
: Discuss with him your interest in a musical education.
and Mrs. D. A. Shaw of luncheon at the Gainesv e

Gainesville, formerly of Quin- Golf and Country Club follow DIRECTORS .
ing the ceremony.Mr. : :
cy.Nuptial and Mrs. A. E. Harp,
a vows were read by uncle and aunt of the bride, i Mrs. Dorothy Reaves r ". Mrs. Jane Hall
Rev. Thaxton Springfield, greeted guests and Mrs. J. String Orchestra Conductor Cw Bond Director
pastor of the University Meth- Vincent Flack Pelham Manor I Gainesville High School Howard Bishop Jr. High
odist Church.An .
[ N. Y., aunt of the bride, rH
r S improvised altar was assisted in the courtesies.Out .

:.u.. _.. .. arranged in front of the live of town guests here for g.r
ing room fireplace with white the nuptials were Mrs. B. C.

Miss Ayfer Yuksel of Ankara, Turkey, first foreign exchange student at summer flowers, greenery and Meha, New Delhi, sister of rM 1
Gainesville High School, plays the violin during a jam session with GHS students silver candlesticks h o Iding the bridegroom; and Mrs. Ses- J ....
I Miss Marianne Forsman, at the piano and Jim Forsman at the drums. white tapers decorating the sums, and their children, Laura I ;
Miss Yuksel who will live with the Marion Forsman Family this year while she mantel. and Mark; Terrell Ses-

attends high school for senior studies, arrived 10 days ago.Editor's Gown Made By Bride sums, John Sessums, Mr. and B. M. DonaldsonBand
Mrs. Joe Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. Director
( Note This Interview
: Given in marriage by her Lance Trigg and Mrs. Lew Gainesville High School
with Miss Ayfer'Yuksel, Shoy./ Fetes father, the bride wore an Em- Sarett, all of Tampa. .
first foreign exchange studentfor /'er -' .
pire style ivory satin gown The newlyweds, now on a w 1 1Richard
Gainesville School
High which she made. Her veil wedding trip to points in Can- 3Y
under the American Field of illusion was held in place ada, will establish a home in
Service program was given to Betty Ann Sister by a headpiece of illusion and Philadelphia.Mrs. .

Chris Poole, editor of The pearls. She carried a bouquet Mehta is an audiologistin ,
Hurricane, GHS newspaper. of ivory rosebuds and Philadelphia and Dr. Mehta so
Chris is a member of the Na First of the pre nuptial Also Mrs. Fred Laughon, lilies of the valley. is an assistant professor of ,
tional the Latin Club events to compliment Mi s s Mrs. L. R. ,
Society, Arrington, Mrs. Mrs. Stephen Sessums of sociology at the University of i
and plays in the band. ding Betty to Ann Thomas Sisler,Duncan whose wed-Ri- Selden Waldo, Mrs. Benny Tampa, sister of the bride, Pennsylvania. I C

der of Minneapolis will be an Brasington* Mrs. William T. I \
By CHRIS POOLE event of the Christmas sea- Cobb, Mrs. Walter Wynn, Mrs.H. Ir '
Gainesville High School will son, a miscellaneous showerwas E. Spencer, Mrs. Marion r Joe Johnson Frye N. P. Baggarly
Band Director
Band Director
Bane! Director
have the first foreign exchange given Thursday evening. Hutchinson, Mrs. Ernest Westwood Jr. HighDERDA Buchholz Jr. High P. K. Yonge School J f
attend Cook, Mrs. Luther Hammond
student in its history ,
classes this fall. She is pretty, were Hostesses Mrs. Ernest for the Cox party and Mrs. Robert Scarborough, We do expert
17-year old Ayfer Yuksel from Mrs. William Wilson, Mrs. I
Ankara, Turkey. her daughter, Miss Mary Donald Brooke, Mrs. Herman
Margaret Cox, who entertained Picture FramingAll MUSIC co.
Much work has gone into at their home.A Schnell, Mrs. Bonnie Prevatt,
bringing Ayfer to Gainesville Mrs. Roy Leilich, Mrs. Wood-
of white
High. Sponsoring the entire corsage carna- row Parker, Mrs. Robert Sizes
tions was presented the OFFERS-
project is the Gainesville Chapter Feather Mrs. Park Ty reo Mats Non-Glare
honoree by the hostess who
of the American Field ServIce also presented her mother, Miss Vandy Cooper, Miss Portrait Glass RENTAL PURCHASE PLAN OF
which is the national organization Dale Midgette, Miss Margaret -
exchange, students.In in charge. of foreign Mrs.white Harry carnation Sisler corsage., with a Manson and Sherri Schol- Heath's House of Color MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SCHOOL MUSICIANS

order to have a foreign Guests included the bridetobe field.Miss 523 W. University A... FR 6-1206 622 N. Main St. FR 26715STORE
exchange student, however, her mother Mrs. Sisler; Sisler will leave soon
her grandmother, Mrs. PearlK. to resume graduate studies in
GHS raised some $706 through .
work of the various service Shaver of Orlando; her English at the University of SW W WS HOURS 9 TO 5 EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT

clubs, and money collected from sister Susie Sisler. Minnesota.

special dances.In I I

I addition, the school also;
has contributed funds towards THE HOUSE OF 1,000 FABRICS OUTSTANDING 3 DAY I

Ayfer's education and has made''
provisions for acquiring additional -I
funds for school expenses '

Student Council Project Your S t'Oc SPECIALSSPRING
The GHS Student Council has Enjoy Gilberg's 0' ,op0v.

sponsored the program with a 'J"
special committee consisting of Home More I FULL CUSTOM ,t\
Steve Myking, John Willis, Bet-
ty Sanford Judy Nesler and

Elaine Tew, working this school With V )

year. DRAPERIES fine combed cotton a full .,,
Ayfer was chosen from many 36 inches wide, drip dry for

prospective foreign students. easy care. In the new transition cYD p
Each student, who applies for I -
an American Field Service'' % .wa to fall colors. At a 4 1 ti

Scholarship, is interviewed, 7/J new low price of only w

screened AFS. and assigned by the' rr :R't I

Each student who is accepted!

must live with a family of one I ..; A GENUINE
of the students in the school.I x,; .-qo: DACRON-COTTON PLAIDS
Selection of the family is quite;: t a <
involved, and until last year,I 1IUi CUSTOM s 65% Dacron Polyester 35% Cotton-Dark shadesto
this was the only "stumbling I ; ,' blend into your fall sewing plans. Here's a group
block" in the drive to get a I :-i you can coordinate into an array of new fall ensembles -
foreign exchange student.As i ,, \ ;S H I; DRAPERY at a little more Reg. 1.29.
with the student the I 1- \ *
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fully screened by the Homes'! i Selection
I Largest have
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and Family Adjustment Com c "
I : of Tarpoons must
mittee of the organization. On : : t ; E : ray -
: .A for the fall sports wardrobefor
the basis of the various
reports ? ; PATTERNS
active campus I life i H-
made by the committee,II f!: ,t3 I s E s FABRICS washable little or no ironing -
the AFS makes its selection.For \
45 inches wide. Regular YD
the duration of her stayIn I t S :: : S In Moderns Traditional $1.98 yd. r +
Gainesville will be : ,: 5
Ayfer '""I
living in the home of GHS, _.:...: ;-: Provincials and Florals.

student Marianne Fcrsman,I -(, :;: Ultrablend
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Mar '""'" w A N1.

ion Although Forsman.Ayfer is from Turkey I ; :"S:."; "El "-. "... > :, BRING IN YOUR MEASUREMENTS PRINTSA CHOICE NOW ALL -

1. Measure width of 2. Measure length from
her personality, and man wyS ,...
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are alike the whole world, : ; Drip dry Wash 'N Wear.
over. I Ap r Expensive looking, wonderful t ,
According to Ayfer, Ankara I lo. ._ to feel and so easy to
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is very much like an American'' (" ''' ",'
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city and has received the, DRAPERIES ONLY 68c YD. e '
American influence with: the 59 r '
presence of a U.S. Air Force MADE AND INSTALLED Yard sst.
base there.
As with most every other nation BEDSPREADSCanterbury BEDSPREADSKirsh f tc

in the world, the Beatles = I,
'ire now extremely popular in checks, sturdy cot- Traverse !% t %
PinwaleCORDUROY Drip DryPRINTS Tartan it I
Turkey and most of the records ton sailcloth, machine \

which Turkish youngsters en- able in shades of blue wash698 RodsGiant
joy American. PLAIDSA
are black twin sizeMATCHING. . .
When Ayfer attends classesat I Use it for bedspreads
GHS this coming week she PLEATED DRAPESSQ"x63" play clothes slipcovers The finest combed cot- fine combed gingham i
will( be a senior., But in Turkey Selection of Decorator skirts shirts. machine tons ore used here to of 100% cotton preihrunk. '+
PILLOWS wash for in rich reflection to dyed vat e {
easy core- give a yam '
she has finished :
technically . $3.98 Pr.
exciting' fall colors like the many prints and colors. AH with a drip- i t
her high school work. J98 coffee-sun gold--bright solids. All with minimum dry-crease resistant fin- i ,-' _
This is because there arc only In squares and rounds maize blush rose core finish to give ish. Full of fall colors for ii, j; %'
11 grades in Trukey instead of in 1 1100's of colors from bright red and Many carefree wear. the new season ahead.
Famous Bates Piping Rock Bedspread haseverything More! 36 in. wide.
12, and the curriculum is han-
dled differently. The schools in drama durabili'.y.: washability, COLORFUL BURLAP
Turkey are nowbeginring, to'' quality wash fast colors, rounded corners HEEK SUEDE

switch to the American system, II lint free drip dry. 1ft OQ 36" Wide . 59 We have so many ideas for fall ward- fIn s
and Ayfer feels,this will be an I twin size. . .'. ... .' 17O YLAi robes-why don't you stop by? This sea-
improvement over the older' son's patterns and fabrics are more beau- 14 vibrant colors imported: from
and more complicated Turkish r THE HOUSE OF 1.000 FABRICS" tiful than ever and our collection is Holland. 100% cotton. 54 inches wide

system. I I enlestt simply fabulous! Everything is well washable spot resistant, water re-
Ayfer plans to major in engineering 'I "' lighted and clearly marked. We have all pellent. YD.
when she returns to : li the latest pattern books and a comfort-
Turkey next year for her college ; >H able place for you to sit and look at
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r Sunday August .30, 1954 Gainesville Sun .2!. i 1

1- :Bridal Parties Fete. Nancy Pepper --, Aikin-Davis Nuptials SolemnizedThe ; I

_. First Presbyter Ian Everett L. Fouts,'Mrs. Char-
ar _* o> .NYp iX "F2 Sri .Y xd Church was the setting for the les H., Gilliland, Mrs. A. W. t

Nae' u. 4.r wedding of Miss Dorothy Wrighter, and.Miss Ruth Kr!- ?
Jeanne Davis of Washington, enke.
D. C., daughter of Dr. and Assisting at the bride's table -

:Mrs. George K. Davis, and were Miss Gay Hunter,

a > ; Dr. Arthur Coldren Aikin Jr., Mrs. Nancy Patterson of New

'.{ Washington, D. C., son of Mr. York City, Miss MargaretJean
i it t and Mrs. Arthur C. Aifrm of Hallum of Titusville and

YA"x Gettysburg, Pa., last night Miss Barbara Simpson, of

Dr. U. S. Gordon, pastor, York) N. Y., cousin of the
officiated for the double ring bride.
3y ceremony. Nuptial music was When the newlyweds left on

/ 3 > given by Willis Bodine, organ- ., a wedding trip to Nassau and
>. ;axe the Bahamas, thebride worea
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istThe altar was banked with blue print frock with cornflower

and schiffolera. Twomatching blue linen coat, blue
: ff ff2n palms K
yam brass stepcandelabra and white accessories and the

and one large floor bas- orchid from her bridal bouquet -

ket of white gladioli and chry- aS
santhemums and stock com- y Dr. and Mrs. Aikin will

pleted the decoration. make their home at 7710
Maple Avenue, Takoma Park,
Attendants were Miss Pat-
ricia M. Williams of Washington 'S Md.

D. C., former roommateof
: re xo 'Y.j6 ill WeYY the bride, as maid of hon- BACK-TO-

or; her sister, Mrs. John M.
Fedison of Sarosota, matronof SCHOOL

honor, and her twin sisters,
#, Miss Mary Ellen Davis and SPECIAL

y.: Miss Ruthanna Marie Davis,
w < .. : J w
a R bridesmaids.
I Chiffon Gowns Worn 'mhA,5' COLD WAVE

x. All wore Bianchi gowns of ,,.
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floor seafoam y. bEo I
; length green $750 I
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chiffon over turquoise taffeta

__._Z: .__, ". ::;I.ti.. '-._ "''O 'B , :"".::'.'- with a tri color drape of t.ap i
Miss Nancy I'epper, whose marriage to John Cars- dison Pound Sr., seated, and Mrs. C. Addison Pound French blue, seafoam green

well II of Hazelwood, N. C., will take place Satur- Jr. at the tatter's home. With the honoree are, left and seaspray green chiffon
to right, Miss Judy Maness of Jacksonville, who will falling from a cluster of flow-
day evening, has been complimented with a roundof .
be one of her bridesmaids; Mrs. B. R. Appleton of ers in the center back of their L
social courtesies this month. Miss Pepper, rijht, New Brunswick, N. J., who is to be matron of honor, bodices.

is pictured during a luncheon given by Mrs. C. Ad- and her mother, Mrs. L. Calvert Pepper. Their hats were stylized l\trs-: Coldren Aikin-Jr. INCLUDES 0 HaircutShampoo

flowers combining the three The mother of the bride Arrington, and Dr. and Mrs. I .
colors of their dresses with Set
wore a floor-length gown of Ray L. Shirley assisting.
I Simons-Hughes NuptialsWith Bridal short veils. All carried spraysof pastel blue chiffon over satin Serving punch were Mrs.J. .
pink Peace roses. F by AppointmentPHONE I
with matching blue lace jacket J. Hare, cousin of the
The bride, given in marri- and pillbox and corsageof bride; Mrs. L. 0. Rowland,
Rev. S. M. Hughesof age by her father, wore a Christian Dior roses. The Mrs. Rae 0. Weimer and Mrs. 372-1575

Melbourne, father of the --... .. CoffeeMrs. white peau d'Ange lace and bridegroom's mother chose a John P. Feaster. HOUSE of BEAUTY

bridegroom, officiating, the -. silk chiffon taffeta gown designed formal gown of French blue Those serving cake included 2300 NW 6th St. at 23rd Blvd.
marriage of Miss Margaret E. by Miss Betsy for Pris- chiffon with matching acces- Mrs. Charles Bussard, Mrs. -
Simons :and B. Mason Hughes cilla of Boston. The skirt fea- sories and corsage of Peace t_ .
took' -place yesterday afternoon Gus McGriff was hos tured a lace-panelled front .
in the Carol Estates tess for a pre wedding cof and unpressed pleated coach- Pink roses.A II ic Top, Acrobatics, Ballet,

Baptist Church. A receptionin fee honoring Miss Martha man back cascading to a reception in FellowshipHall
Toe Jazz Baton Twirling
Fellowship Hall of the Jane Edwards of Irvine, fiance chapel train. A lace pillbox was given by Dr. and I v ,

church followed. of Doug Davis of Val- held her veil of illusion. Her Mrs. Davis following the cer-I CLASSES BEGIN

The bride is the daughter A' ; dosta, Ga., Thursday morn-
of Mr. and Mrs. D. N. ia ing at her home.Receiving white butterfly roses and ste- Greeting guests were Dr. i t t' Mon., August 31

Simons and the bridegroom rr aR guests with the phanotis centered with a white and Mrs. Marvin Brooker and ; Limited EnrollmentTo

is"the son of Rev. and hostess and the honoree was orchid. Col. and Mrs. Tewes Kundel,
Mrs. S. M. Hughes of Mel her mother, Mrs. L. K. Ed- John Hundleby of New York while Mrs. Harry Philpott and Register Phone 3722589'Nancy

bourne. wards Jr. of Irvine. City was best man for the Mrs. Allen DeLaney introduced -

White summer flowers dec- bridegroom, who had servedas guests to the receiving line.
Palms and baskets of white
; yJi orated the coffee table and best man at his weddingon Mrs. Wilson Calloway was
gladioli and pompons were C.Yw. %' glorisa arrangements were August 22. in charge of the reception hos-
used in decoration of the al-
e A'i used in the den. Ushers John \
were D. pitalities with Dr. and Mrs.
tar. j o a, Those presiding at the Thrush, Gettysburg, Pa.; Donald Hart, Mr. and Mrs. I .
Assisting. with the nuptial e" rr3c,, serving table were Mrs. Gus John M. Fedison, the bride's Guy Fulton, Dr. and Mrs. Har- 207 N.E. 7th Street
Ceremony was Rev. Frank b l .>, < : McGriff Sr., Mrs. L. K. Ed- brother-in-law, and her broth- old Wallace, Dr. and Merwin

pearl. 1 5y wards III and Mrs. M. M. ers, Robert W. Davis' and Larsen, Dr. and Mrs. James l -tctrIT 1 r

Weddh1g'music.* was p-r-o- Parrish. George William R. Davis. Hentges, Dr. and Mrs. L. R. _.
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tided by Joe E-}: Pesce, organist -
and Mrs. Nancy' Roy-

ster, soloist.

Carries Bible CONTINUOUS
The bride, given in marri-

age by her father, wore awhite '1
peau de sole sheath
dress with overskirt Chantilly -
lace. The detachable

narrow train was trimmed '
with lace appliques. Her veil NYLON ,

of illusion was attached to a .
lace pillbox. She carried a Bible .
and white orchid with stephanotis -
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Attendants were Mrs. Billy { ,
C. matron of honor
Shepherd: Mrs. B. Mason Hughes
Mrs.Frank Young and ,

Mrs. Thomas M. :Stidham, ,
bridesmatrons, and Miss Sally t. .
Thrashers to Celebrate
Stidham, bridesmaids. "

Their ,gowns} were fashioned $4.99 "
alike',were of,deluster e d 50th Wedding. Date .

satin with ,matching',lace jackets -

;" Mrs. Shepherd wore a MICANOPY-Mr. and Mrs.J. McGeachy and William Coch- ;
lavender dress and carried E. Thrasher Sr., who will ran. Sq. Yd. ) ,
lavender"roses'; Mrs. Young soon celebrate their Golden
fI wore 'green satin and had a Wedding Anniversary will be

bouquet jf green carnationsand honored with a reception given growing. Styles'I"!
Miss Stidham wore pink September 6 from 3 to 6

satin' and, carried a pink as- p.m. by their children at the ;growing. All
tor bouquet. Micanopy Civic Hall. :: J !
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Thomas M. Stidham was No invitations are being All Colors : t ,;
best man and Billy C. Shepherd issued and all friends and relatives _" \ _

and Frank R. Young are invited to attend. .,- M .ql. -4<
and Ralsigh Alligood were Mr. and Mrs. Thrash e r' s ... :$ -- 1
ushers.A children are John Thrasher, ;,3 .rJi" \ \ )1. it' "t
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sheath of aqua shantungand Jacksonville; Mrs..Dick Whit- : : : ,. t 'rr' r

aqua pillbox was worn tington, McIntosh, and Mrs. ". ..
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by the bride's mother and James Pruitt of Gainesville, \ ,: f .y.H "'" : !t:,

the bridegroom's motherw who are hosts for the party. ,)4 ..
lace'princess- The couple also has seven r.tW. 7 A ., I ". "..
a pink
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with hat. grandchildren and one great ) iiIIIIi. 'i' f fA 'C r'7'3 .
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accessories andthe honored couple will be the following ..:: ) e.?.J,: ; !JFJf. .ij
matching ;: ;11
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Mr Hughes Houston, Texas, sister of Mrs. I : I r:
ot whom will continue their Thrasher; Mrs. W. B. Hathaway ...' : : ").K.r1 J ;
studies'at the University of ,Gainesville; Miss S. E ) L .l
Florida, will be at home at Coleman Dade City Leon B. No matter how little they t\; _- J 'i ;r 'J 4lt" 't"4t.-.6-1'. :J".J I
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4B Gainesville Sun Sunday August 30, 1964

Miss Pepper Is ComplimentedAmong ... .:
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ENGAGEMENTS ,,+,.-:: ,., .:.. .: "
to College? 'Jlj3.IX' >::,.,
Going :
the many pre-wed- tertained Wednesday with a tables. : '.v4

ding courtesies extended Miss dessert-bridge honoring Miss Guests Included Miss Pep- andfflftatchwith ,
--- Nancy Pepper, whose wed- Pepper. The party took placeat "
Know ding to John Carswell n of the Cox,home. per, her sister, Mrs. Appleton -color-}.
Let Us
Miss Jane Johnston, Miss
Hazelwood, N. C.will take The hostesses presented the d
place Saturday, two were giv- bride-elect with an electrical Ann Arnow, Miss Martha Nay co-o Anal'flflQ1IJ

Gainesville Area students entering colleges and universitiesfor A. en last week. appliance and a corsage of Stedman, Miss Kathy Camp- @nmr.@mJcr
the first year or those returning to out of state schools Miss Ann Arnow, Miss pink rosebuds. Bell, Miss Carolyn Branan,
will be listed Sunday, September 6. If you wish to be includedin Jane Johnston and Miss Pink roses were used to Miss Kit Macdonald, Miss @) .q@$' .
the annual story, fill out the form below and send Ir Martha Nay' Stedman enter- center the serving table and Gaye Woodward and Miss ,
immediately to the Women's Department of the GainesvilleSun. tained Tuesday evening witha were also used on the small Judy Maness of Jacksonville.
DEADLINE FOR INFORMATION IS SEPTEMBER 1. supper and kitchen showerat
Please print or type information. the Gainesville Golf and
t Country Club., They were assisted
NAME: by their mothers, Mrs. 5 DAYS ONLY! BEGINS SEPT. 1.

.' Winston Arnow, Mrs. Covington -
l. YS fiRST QUALITY m .._....._. .,
ADDRESS: Johnston and Mrs. Fran- ,. .....
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PARENTS' NAME: "- ri.: Punch was served in the I "":"' ''''' ''.,." ,,, '': ,
: '' -$
4'. card room of the club preceding I \ }e'> <

UNIVERSITY or COLLEGE: supper. Mrs., B. R. :
t -
-." Appleton of New Brunswick, :
LOCATION: YEAR: .w..r..... MISS PATRICIA HILL -Miss Judith Gayle Beasley<- N. J., sister of the bride-elect, ; F

presided at the silver punch / ; ::j i/i/ .
SUBMITTED BY: bowl, which, was encircled j" : :'
Y2Yg '
AIIIIIII IIRIIIRnIlllIIlllIlllllRllmllllllll UIIHIII1I11RIIIH H I HillWoodsCHARLESTON milaz.with leatherleaf fern and \ : "

The U shaped dinner table t* k

was appointed in a white \
Daniel-Pittman West Va. H. Woods of Charleston. He and green color theme with ,
x ;
The engagement and approaching attended St. Petersburg High white bridal flowers flankedby
silver candelabra holding
marriage of Miss School and is now an em-

Patricia Annette Hill, Char- ployee of the Gainesville Sun white piece. tapers as the center- F ii :: ;_

leston, West Va., daughter of in the composing depart-
marked for the
Mrs. Betty Freeman of Reis- ment. honor Places guest were, her mother, I fi. .,., / BUILD BABY'S
Md. and Fred '
tertown, Green .,
Ap Hill of Phoenix, Ariz., to The wedding will be an Mrs. Calvert Pepper, Mrs. I PHOTO ALBUM WITH
x Appleton, Mrs. Robert C. (I
F+ tt .James Valiant Woods of event of September 13 in the \ '
Kemerait, Mrs. Aden Sow- \f
Gainesville, Fla. has been announced Calvary Baptist Church of
ell, Mrs. Nelson Reeves Jr., k"j
by the bride elect'sparents.
Charleston. j
Mrs. Richard Jones III, Mrs. .
Marcus Milam III, Mrs. Ken-
& K The bride elect attended Attendants for the couple neth Hodge, Mrs. Kit Macdonald I. ?lhJ-.(J. ? ... ,4
will be Miss Shelia Pauley, '" .dG..J ,. := .
; xr high school In Charleston.The Miss Linda Chamberlin ':.I7' ; : _: :::: .. _:;il
maid of honor, Miss Cathy Miss Annie Watson and
bridegroom elect is Bownas, bridesmaid and Tom- Miss Carolyn Branan and
the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. my Augsti, best man. Miss: Sharon Stedman. Beautiful 5x7"photograph

< \ Corsages of roses were pre-
,, sented to the bride-elect and
BeasleyFordMr. her mother.A .
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LA trio of hostesses, Mrs.C. ,

3 T. Ayers, Mrs. Asa Cox
and Mrs. C. W. Beas- ence degree in physicial edu- and Mrs. Kenneth Hodge, enI I r\ \ for only
ley Sr. of Gainesville an- cation from the University of

nounce the engagement and Florida. While in college she I Non-glare'

t approaching marriage of their served as vice president of II ?J1T.T; t 5 9 C get lights

daughter, Miss Judith Gayle her sorority, Alpha Chi Ome- %.Z: natural
Beasley to Grover L. Ford, ga. Miss Beasley taught two I smiles.
Jr. of Mrs. Oeta Powell at Deerfield Junior L NEW SHOWER VALVE |
son years High I ; .,. Do your baby-bragging: with a beau-
and Grover L. Ford Sfc of School in Fort Lauderdale and ONE HANDLE DOES WORK OF TWO \ .', tiful photo -. .worth more than a

Oklahoma City, Okla. is currently teaching at Arl- thousand words." Get a completely

The wedding will be held ington Junior High Scnool in '? finished photograph for only 59#.'
Jacksonville.Mr. You will not be urged to buy but if
November 26.
Ford is a graduate of you wish the remaining poses they'reyours
A graduate of Gainesville 'is"SHOCKLEY a : \ <>: : :..a>'.>:r>'> > for 1.35 for the first, 1.25 for
Classen School in Oklahoma
High School, the bride elect +<" the 2nd and $1 for any additional}'
City, and was a '
r received a bachelor of sci- ism major at the journai'I'I AGE LIMIT 5 years. One or two children
Mrs. John Fletcher Daniel of Oklahoma and Oklahoma I PIXY PIN-UPS EXCLUSIVELY AT PENNEY'S per family will be photographed singly

PANAMA CITY Miss Helen mer flowers, palms and mag Among the out-of-town guests Central State College. He currently PLUMBINGInc. PHOTOGRAPHER'S HOURS/ for 59# each for the first picture. Each
Clay Pittman, daughter of Col. nolia. were Mr. and Mrs. N. W. I makes his home in additional child under five,1.60.
Creekmore, Apalachicola; Mr. Jacksonville and is in the ad- 515 S.E. 11th Place Doily Except Friday 9:30.121.6
(U. S. Army Ret.) Lunsford C.
wedding cut
10-12 1-4
PHONE Friday
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Pittman and Mrs. Pittman of and served by Miss Rose Marion and Mrs. R. L. Branton Jr., vertising field. I
Mrs. H. D. Jackson, Miss Rose!
Gainesville, became the brideof Jackson and Mrs. CharlesW.
John Fletcher Daniel, eon Spengler, aunts of the Marion Jackson, Mrs. Stella
of Mr. and Mrs. John Francis Farnell Jones, and Herman S.
bride, Mrs. Alton L. Smith Jr.,
Daniel of Panama City, Sun- sister of the bride, Mrs. RobertL. Jones, Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs.
day afternoon, August 23. McConnell Jr., siter of the William Farrior, Chipley; Mrs. is A
M.B. Clark, Decatur, Ga.; Mr.
The ceremony took place at bridegroom, and Miss Donna
Tyndall Air Force Base. Spengler, cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Melvin Jennings,

Captain George C. Nors- assisted with the hospitalities.The I William Mrs. Curtis Jennings Rutherford, Mr., and and Mr. rnnt .. I

worthy, U. S. Air Force, chaplain bride's book was kept I Mrs. P. C. Rutherford DeFun- JC ,..<. t-,
officiated for the dou by Miss Patricia Daniel, sister ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY' -- ;
ble-ring ceremony. Mrs. Dorothy -of the bridegroom. iak Springs. V ), -Iv' I

Downey, organist, provided Rice bags were distributedby Also Lt. Col. and Mrs. F. J. .-
the nuptial music. little Miss Lindsey Smith, Keifer, Fort Benning, Ga.; Mr.
The altar was adorned with niece of the bride, and little and Mrs. C. W. Spengler and j f vv.
white gladioli and white chry Miss Kay McConnell, niece of Miss Donna Spengler, Jack- I
santhemums against a background the bridegroom.The sonville; Mr. and Mrs. HarryM. I
of palms and ferns. couple will make a homein Geiger, Melbourne; Dr. and!
The bride, given in marriage Gainesville at 444 NW 28th Mrs. A. L. Smith Jr., Miss I "
by her father, wore a Avenue following their wedding Lindsey Smith, Mr. A. L.
street-length bridal dress of trip in the state. The bride Smith, III, and Mr. Stephen ...
white peau de soie frosted groom a senior at the University -I Smith, Raleigh, N. C.; Mr. the special t : r
with plastrons of Alencon lace. of Florida, will receive his ;and,Mrs. Gordon Perry, Tifton, f ,; f -
Her__ shoulder veil of illusion. degree in business administration -Ga., and Michael J. Clover, At
fell from a coronet of pearliz- in December.
ed blossoms. She carried a cascade look of
bouquet of orchids, white -
rosebuds- and lilies of the ,val-

ley.Miss Alden Ann Curtis\ of Au- skirts andsweaters

burn, Alabama, was maid of I' 4-
honor and the bride's only at'

tendant. She wore a Wedge-; rC I
wood blue crepe' dress over I lanta.'I
taffeta, designed .in the same;;' i:,.
style as the bride's dress. Her
hat was a matching blue pet V
al Eugenie coif and she carried !-' d.4 _

a bouquet roses. of yellow' sweetheart I I ... specially ,AV-'

Best man for Mr. Daniel was,! t4
E. Forrest Bonner of Orlando.I I matched!
George W. Ethridge and P., I' 7 r. _
Joseph Gorman, both of Panama s
City, served as ushers._ j ,
The bride's mother wore a :l S .ittlS, +
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two piece rose lace sheath \ \+ 98 '
. dress with matching accessories : I I'h
and the bridegroom's mother 5
chose a blue lace sheath. each
Their corsages were orchids. '
Mrs. H. D. Jackson, the bride's 1.
grandmother wore a light blue
lace dress and had a corsageof : Zl
yellow roses.

were Colonel hosts and for a Mrs.reception Pittman at Start with an easy-care skirt. It's7\J\ % ;, y Sb I

. which the Tyndall was decorated 0 f f 1 cers'with Club sum, } Dacron polyester cotton gabardine 1 .!!' ;'

1here's bound to keep its perfect pleats. AddJ l c ;,t't'

one or all three of these cardigansknit ) .
how. Jayson Classics puts together a tailored
look that accentuates your femininity.Takes woven in Acrilan acrylic to stay
cotton oxford stripes and tailors them with
Bermuda ..
collar, roll sleeves and a panel front In black blue shapely and fresh after countless: ma ., 1:

. olive and.red, you've_got a nifty looking shirt tot? chine-washings. Chooes Fall's newest .. -. a
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d M Sizei 30.35 $3.9.1. style in matched skirt and- sweater i : i/j

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tl Sunday August 30, 1964 Gainesville Sun 5B

Pierson, at the Butler fiance Raymond Elliott Watson
1722 NW Eleventh Mrs. Frank B. Culver of al Gables, and R. E. Watsonof
San Antonio, aunt of the! bride Chicago, 5 p.m., Holy
T McKnight-Phegley 1ffhJ Post nuptial reception: -elect, Gainesville Golf and Trinity Episcopal Church Re- Y7
Mr. and Mrs. Char Country Club.Luncheon ception following at the homeof t
.. the bride's
ORLANDO Miss Beverly K E. Rich, 7:30 to 9 pjn., feting Miss Mar- parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. tha Jane Edwards brideelectof
Lynn Phegley, daughter of (TODAY, August 30 r
of the bride Davis Valdosta. Ga.
Doug ,
Mr. and.Mrs. Howard Vinson '. Open House honoring Dr. M d
Gainesville Golf and Mrs. J. Milton Brownless and
Phegley! Orlando and David Forbes McKnight, son of 4 to 6 p.m.Mrs.. JosephV. Club.Informal to 1 i- Mrs. C. C. Beasley. rGlLiMt; oilt r
party comp
'I Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Copeland Lupiewicz, 1070, NE 13th SATURDAY, September 5 1R
e n t Miss Nancy Pepper,
married the 1Ou.{ .
McKnight, were Place. of John Carsw e 11 Luncheon honoring Mi s s
J evening of, August 15 ,in the 3f- Martha Jane Ed d
MONDAY, August of Hazelwood, N.C., Mr. war s, ./ CC3 OAKLEY
j Reformation Chapel of the Bridesmaids luncheon com- Mrs. Frank Miles 6 fiancee of Doug Davis of LET'S TALK ABOUT
First Presbyterian Church., plimenting Miss Carolyn their home, 1111 NW 22nd Valdosta, Ga., Mrs. W. C. "COLOR SCH EMES"
j 4 Rev. John F. Anderson, Thomas, bride-elect of Maur- O'Neal and Mrs. Harry Dun- r Popufor col-
pastor, performed for the vd 4 ywxe ice L, Goldsmith, Demopolis, ors in upholstered -
double ring ceremony. Ala., 1 pjn., Mrs. S. J. September 3 can.Pre ... ,;Ii.... furniture,
Bridal attendants included: Thomas, mother of the bride, tion Bridesmaids luncheon f et- nuptial luncheon honoring draperies and
.,. Miss Gerri Louria,.Daytona hostess at the Holiday Inn. "Miss Nancy,Pepper bride Miss Jane Ann Baughan ,./ change coverings fro miPJ t i
Beach, maid of honor; Miss TUESDAY, September 1 of of John Carswell II of and her fiance, Lt. Geor- t i m e-to-time. wr t
Linda Ada McKnight, sisterof Family dinner honoring of N.C., 12:30 p.m. ge Wayne Arnau of San just the same i t
the bridegroom, Miss Barbara Miss Nancy Pepper, bride- John R. Carswell, host- Antonio, immediately follow- as they do inwomen's 4 .
Lynn Dacre, cousin of elect of John Carswell II of Gainesville Golf a nd ing wedding rehearsal at 11 ions. fash ; :
the bride, and Miss Barbara 4 Hazelwood, N.C., 7 p.m., Mr. Club.Rehearsal a.m., Mrs. Albert Love, aunt Not long:
Donaldson of Gainesville, 4 and Mrs. Leon J. Thom a s, dinner honoring of the bride, and Mrs. H. Hus- Bob OtUey ago the big t a Lrt
1 bridesmaids, and Miss Pamela 530 NW 23rd. ton Messer, sister of the color trend was ;.Ni
sister of the wedding par- bride, at the Love home, 710 toward lavenders, violets i l ,
Kay Phegley; 4 trdya Buffet supper honor i n g i Mrs. Clark Upp of 0 r- NE Sixth Street. I blues, blue-greens and pur i
bride, junior bridesmaid. Miss Carolyn Thomas and her aunt of the bride, hos- ples. While these colors are:
Given in marriage by her fiance, Maurice L. Goldsmith } Gainesville Golf and Wedding of Miss Gloria still very popular the present
father, the bride wore a for- Club. Gaye Woodward, daughter of trend is now more to the off-I
mal sheath gown of peau de i Mr. and Mrs. Burton AI 0 s s- whites, beige cocoa green!

soie and re embroidered f September 4 man Woodward, and Raymond and But gold.the best rule in selecting I t
Chantilly lace with detach Rehearsal dinner honoring Elliott Watson, son of the "basic" color for your,
able chapel train. A head- Gaye Woodward and her Mrs. Eleanor S. Watson, Cor- living room, or any room rnl i
piece of crystal and pearls your home, is to start with a
SOUTH MIAMI Wedding r color YOU like best. I
held her veil of illusion. She
vows were exchanged yester- Some like monotones or
carried a cascade bouquet of | day morning in St. Thomas ONE DAY ONLY different tones of the same e
orchids and ivy.A color used throughout a room.
Catholic Church of '4.I 4.
given by the Others like contrasting or
South Miami by Miss Mary EXCITING VALUES INDRESSES harmonizing colors. Either
bride's at the Dubs-
parents Frances Rigney and Louis plan, with careful study, can!
dread Country Club, followedthe Patrick Jones with Rev. Pat- be equally effective.But I I I
ceremony. < '' rick Slevin reading the dou- you must start some J Ji .
After a trip to Jamaica, > place. In a living room it is 1miss
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the newlyweds will continue ble ring ceremony. recep- best to start either with your:
tion followed at the Kendall floor coverina or your sofa or i
their honeymoon in High- Community Center in Ken- sectional and work out your I,I
lands, N. C. The couple will dall Fla. color scheme from there. You'' !
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bridegroom is the son of Mr. 10 15 which enable them to :
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White roses were used on That's always on the go and
first meeting of the season lenic representative.Mrs. ; help you with any of your'
Wednesday, at 8 P.M. at the Schweyer will give a the altar, which was banked oAaY' ALL SALES FINAL "color" problems Please I headed rich Fall for colors success of Bristol in deep Blueor ,
home of the Mrs. with palms. come in or call for on appointment -, Tobacco. The
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from dog and cat plates, the bage from a f2" "' of four I
way you would anyway witha can be ground up in minutes,
i Kitchen Should Be Happy sponge or paper towel. And he says. ,

you use a carpet sweeper to Women complain of lack of '"
keep it clean." storage ,space, but often Month-End :, ." I
1 'fr By VIVIAN BROWNAP : they use it for paper bags .m :

q Newsfeatures Writer Warren uses a high density and string, he says. And they ,. ."...
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husbands come' from k i t- .nylon, a commercial carpet, too expensive to put in.
chens," says kitchen designer the kind used outdoors at air- "A kitchen is only as expen-
George Warren of Louis- ports and swimming pools. sive as you make it. If you
ville. He says it is not expensive.. decide to rip out walls and
"Food preparation is a Another disposition saverin windows or alter wiring, you I peettth'
chore to most women, espec- the kitchen is a waste dis- can't blame it on the new
ially when a husband is in I posal, he points out Gar kitchen," he says. I

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than 20 years has been to yn I
make the kitchen a "h a ppy GRESHAM DRUGSYOUR I
room," planning it so that STRETCH, DENIM SLACKS
color, nveniences and THIS TURQUOISE and white kitchen is one simi- DOWNTOWN LIGGETT STORED '

equipment solve. problems rather lar to that planned for Princess Grace by George R u G S Ladies stretch slacks in Avondales Denim with '
than create them. Warren, kitchen designer. Kitchen has carpet on the waistband Cr back zipper in three popular.colors-
beige & blue. ,
floor. 12 W. UNIV. AVE. FR 2-2558 green $ 97
I "For example, the color of Sizes .8 to 18. 2
counter tops can blind and cent of women I suggest carActually, it is as easy to take -
t clash with food.:Some shades pet to, invariably say 'Oh, care of as any other floor- i A tremendous value at only ?. NOW
of green make steak and but. >no' until they analyze it. ing. You wipe up spills, even Special Sale :

ter seem rancid, discouraging -
cooks. Carrots and beats

throw off color they reflect,
like a blotter absorbs water I Ii Ii i TRIMMED. NYLON BRIEFSOur
near it," he says. i
He designed a turquoiseand
white kitchen for Prin- A? .;' most popular ladies panty in 40 denier nylon

cess Grace's little chalet at t sw delicately trimmed in nylon lace. Our regular $1 c:

Monaco with a small green- seller, in white black, red beige blue pink. 87NOW
house in a bay window where .
Sizes 4.5,6.7.
she can grow herbs. HERITAGE e' g

He put in a pink kitchenfor or
the King of Libya, one of
installedin tt) t I .
several Warren has 3 for $250
palaces. Pink appliances,
pink plastic counter and a .if
pink marble floor were usedin
the ceremonial kitchen.

The queen ordered six .,, I LvGALLERIES/. SHORT SETS & SLACK SETS
broom closets, but didn't
want to use them for hang "
ing bunches of bananas. She Ii Our entire stock of short sets. Slack sets now reduced ,

chose an 18 cubicfoot up TPBULIPSTICK for immediate clearance, including blousen'

right freezer but not to plugin tops overblouses Cr crop-tops.
she liked the shelf arrangements -
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alternate the rice with their money than stuffy ho1'; ,

-= Collegians Camp Across Europe ravioli or spaghetti. tel rooms, it can't be beaten.

We all were victims of a' If you find your mind wandering

Ee (.Editor's Note: Camping My family had been in culinary arts may take our scenery in the world. We With camp site found, our ble. Practically without exception sweet candy tooth bars, so the purchaseof not an don' fog off to Dutch thoughts wooden of Lon- **

If trips are as popular in Europe Leeds, England, since early interpretation as sl a n d- found it hard to beat camp- attention turned to food. Aft we had boiled unusual was shoes, the Berlin Wall, Vien- -:>
as in the United States January and I had become er. We tried to make spag- ing in a pine forest close bya er some trial and error experimentation potatoes, pounds of them with occurranee. nese opera the Swiss Alps *

: four city collegians found fairly well acquainted with hetti but turned up with wall- mountain stream. we finally hit huge quantities of butter. Taking all things into consideration Rome by night, sun on the I I'

I rI early this summer during the British system.So paper paste-quickly tossedto upon a system best suited to Potatoes were cheap and there is no more French Riviera a Spanishbull

their nineweek overland when three fellow the birds I Camp sites in Italy are the situation.To easy to find as well as very exciting or adventures om e fight or French food

tour. Experiences of the Gainesvillites, Randy Kauf That night each of us won quite adequate. All had camp I cut down on money and filling, For additional vegetables way of travel than camping.For don't mark it off as fanciful

group are reported by Gary_ man, Bill Shewey and Chuck dered if the whole plan wasa store and language was no also the number! of times we we would heat cans the young person with a dreaming. Look into the possibiities -

Christiansen, whose ca mp- Carr, arrived in Leeds to go good idea. The next nine problem.The cooked, we ate two meals a of beans, peas or carrots. limited budget, camping is of camping and

mates were Randy Kauf on a camping trip through weeks were to show us that only real draw back to day instead of three. Meat was the biggest prob- ideal and for the older gen your dreams could become a f

man, Bill Shewey and Chuck Europe we had little troublein indeed it was. Italian camping was the Our first meal was usual- lem. In the larger cities : eration wanting more for reality. a
Carr. locating a tent to suit our a hard, rocky ground with little there was little trouble but
ly around 10:30 or 11 a. m.
needs. traveled This be taken the rural areas were another -
From Holland, we grass cover. can and consisted of a dozen hard-
By GARY CHRISTIANSENTo The tent, blue in color, to Germany where Berlin care of easily if one wishes boiled eggs, a couple of large story. LIBBYE'S LAST CALLClearance
many people, the mere and 6'x9 in size sold for was the highlight. Our to spend a couple extra loaves of bread with butter
mention of camping immed- twelve pounds British curren- camp site was located adjacent dollars on a small camp cot. and some jam or sliced meat, To alleviate the situation,
iately brings to mind th e cy or about $35 U. S. dollars. to the ring about the Camping sites along the and fresh fruit of some kind. we often cooked rice along ,
days of Daniel Boone and Da- Add ten more dolars for city and we pitched our tent French Riviera and on into with soups of various kinds.A t
vey Crockett, when one had *stove rental, cooking uten- no more than 50 yards from Spain are extremely num We found it quite easy to small amount of the soup
late to eat .
Indians to fight, game to sils, plus sleeping bags, and the barbed wire no man's erous. In Barcelona, we wait till morning would be poured over the
kill, and trails to blaze. Suchan we were set for anjthing land with pill-boxes and found a swimming pool with and that after eating a mealof rice (like a casserole) and

image could' quite understandably that might come along, excluding watch towers.At the camp site and the same this type we could put off the rest drank like coffee. ODDS AND ENDS .
dinner until 5 6 P.M. JLf
be a deterrent to possibly our own cook- night we could he a r in Madrid. The pools were or Add a can of vegetables and

any plans of camping while ing.,For less than $50, exclude dogs and an occasional shot quite modem and would do The evening meal sometimes we had an adequate meal.In j BERMUDAS X 99 I

traveling abroad. ing our sleeping bags the four from the Red zone. Seeingthe any U. S. motel proud. caused a bit of trou Italy and Spain, we would I

However in the Twentieth of us had nine weeks lodg- contrast of East and Camping in France must

Century man has put his in- ing and the means by whichwe West is an experience never be a national past time. BLOUSESVALUES

dustrial and technological could prepare all our to be forgotten. Again, we had no problem ; NEW OFFICE HOURS .,.-' TO 7.98
fingers on everything from meals. Austria and Switzerland except for a couple of times
"A" to "Z" and camping has next. Without doubt when into
were we ran a language
not gone un noticed or un- Equipped as we were, we there is no more beautiful In the future we will closeon SLIM DIMS i. $2"
changed.. The camping industry all squeezed into a Volks-
Saturdays at 12:30 P.M.
has gone to great wagen and set out for Conti- barrier.DWYER

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'the idea. land. And, as fate would w UNWANTED Saturdays 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM 2-PC. DRESSES

Today the tents ARE wat- have it, the rain was heavy,

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camp stoves are fun to use temperature wintery cold. WORLDTRAVEL

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8B Gainesville Sun 30 '1964MartinDennis '
Sunday, August ''i : -

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Hughes-Miller <' .. 'ThrN: "w l3Sfer '63|

EventsMONDAY '" : I I

Yesterday afternoon in the of honor. Her gown was avocado ." 'p\ -

First Methodist Church, the green satin, which also \ Has. All The Markings
marriage of Miss Sylvia Ann was made by her mother, August 31 .r
Board Gainesville
Miller, daughter of Mr. and and her flowers were yellow meeting i .
Junior Women's Club 9:15
a. \
Mrs. Clifford Robert Miller, roses. I, of ,
coffee followed .
and Calvin Goodrich LyonsJr. Tom Oswalt was best man m. by meeting
; :< ., son of Mr. and Mrs. and Grady Sweat Jr., cousinof at 9:30 a.m., Mrs. Douglas
Calvin Goodrich Lyons of the bridegroom and Jim Shanklin as hostess. .

Balm, Fla., was solemnized.Rev. Smith of Tampa were ushers.A Gainesville Bridge Club ,
i followed in the 4 7:30 p.m., Recreation Center. "LIZARDparamount
tr Thomas Glenn Miller reception
A i pastor performed the cer Bethany Room. =TUESDAY, September 1
emony. On Wedding Trip University Lutheran Church \
x Palms and fern bankedthe The couple is en route to Women, 8 p.m., Mrs. Ruth
altar, which was lightedby the Grand Canyons, Las Vegas Johnson hostess, 1200 SW 14th
t 4b white candles.A N. M., on a weddi n g Avenue.

program of nuptial mu- trip.Mrs. St. Michael's Episco pal .
Y AJ sic was given by Mrs. Tay- Lyons attended Appa- Church Women, 8 p.m., at
lor H. Kirby, organist. lachian State Teachers College the church. Rev. Warren MfTGm0n
s 'ya Brother Escorts Bride Boone N. C., and the Stringer, rector, guest speaker. -
Given in marriage by her University of Florida. She is .
brother, Robert Miller, the an associate of the American Gethesamane Lutheran I
bride wore a floor length Society of Cytology.Mr. Church Women, 8 p.m., Mrs.
ET J&a rrr f gown of white satin, which Lyons, who was grad- Maryann Williams, 2839 NE
had been made by her mother uated from the University of Tenth Drive, hostess.
1. a rw and a white lace mantilla. Florida, is taking. work on Ladies Guild of First Lutheran I
She carried an arm bou- his doctorate at Oregon State Church, 8 pjn., Parish
quet of white roses. University. He is a memberof Hall, Rachel Circle as host-.
Mrs. Edward Allen Baker, Phi Sigma Society and esses. ,
s .N4, .,$6g. sister of the brides was maid Alpha Zeta fraternity. First Presbyterian Womenof '#
> the Church: 3 p.m., Circle

.. 8, Mrs. J. Walter Davis o n, O \
+ s church parlors; 7:30 p.m.Cir-
s8 a< n9 cle 12, Mrs. Avis R. Nolen
t t, and Mrs. Bessie H. Daane, il
church parlors; 8 p.m., Cir- 0
cle 10, Mrs. A. E. Harp and

I Mrs. James Royce Martin Mrs. Harry Clark, former's 'CaI dpi
home, 314 NE 5th Avenue.
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STARKE Saturday eve- Given in marriage by her 0 r
ning at 7:30: o'clock Miss father the bride wore a floor- r+ rF ..a dS. WEDNESDAY, September 2 I 'C pc' .
Henree Louise Dennis becamethe length gown of angelmist taffeta "CM Kappa Kappa Gamma i ) f' : ..dis
bride of James Royce with short jacket of Alumnae Club, 8 p.m., Mrs. I cc
Martin during a double ring Chantilly lace. Her veil of illusion Herbert Schweyer, 1115 NW
ceremony at the First Baptist was held by a double 13th Avenue. I
Church of Starke. Rev. W. A. crown of lace. She carried a eks Gainesville Bridge Club,
Hogan, pastor, officiated.The bouquet of carnations cen- c 2 FQ 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. Ladi'es'ShoesStreet
bride is the daughterof tered by a white orchid. Gainesville Camellia Socie-
Mr. and Mrs. James Hen Father Best Man # ty, 8 p.m., City Utilities Cen- Floor
ry Dennis of Starke and the fix. ter, Dr. Tom Sheehan, speaker. -
The father of the bridegroom

bridegroom is the son of Mr. .
and Mrs. Royce Martin of served as best man. "RIDAY, September 4 Reptile prim takes on an added, glow with a 2200egance
Tallahassee.Miss Ushers were James Tuter Gainesville Bridge Club ,
George Aothrope and Gem luster finIsh. t for daytime or evening! THE PAIR
9 Inn.
Janet Hardy played \ a.m., Holiday
of Tallahassee and
nuptial music and Mrs. Ken- Kelley
Willis Chesser of Johnson.
neth Terrell was soloist. L..ea1.IC r
Sisters Attendants The bride's mother wore a
Matron of honor was Mrs. pink silk linen sheath with i k/;\

Willis Chesser, sister of the pink accessories and the
bride, who wore an afternoon bridegroom's mother chose a
dress of pure silk organza dress with blue lace bodice
over taffeta. Her tiny veil and pleated chiffon skirt with

was attached to single rose blue accessories. Corsages of 8 R' 'xre R'ya' y
and she carried a bouquet of both mothers were of minia- J /
miniature carnations. ture white carnations.A '"
pink :; h "' ;
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Bridesmaids were Miss reception given by the ; ..
Kay Dennis and Miss Martha bride's parents in the recrea- Mrs. Calvin Goo drich Lyons Jr. 6 /:

Dennis sisters of the bride tion room of the church, followed -
and Miss Katherine Peek, the ceremony.Mr. ,
cousin of the bride was junior and Mrs. Martin will reside 7.T s
bridesmaid. All wore pink in Tampa following their : f
afternoon frocks. wedding trip in the state. F ,
I s Jonis

By Josephine Lowman

Studio of the

Why/ Grow p ,;t Dance :. .

:, 406 E. UNIV. AVE. ,

Old? IQ f :t FALL .TERM : t1'L 1rt 0

i Begins REGISTRATION Tues., Sept.:8 &1\k\ '; jj

It makes my stomach important. I just thought you Sept. 1-4 2:30-6:00 .
jump just to write this, andI might want to know what the ; \
have a strong stomach! It boss said; forget it!" Jfr BALLET _. '.
is a miracle that folks have Save Troubles I JAZZ
any appetite or digest any Husband and wife deservea TAP f
food when eating in an at- peaceful time together at I ACROBATIC r I
of hecticness and the meal. This sort of I
mosphere evening If you con't come by. please call for on appointment.
tension. pandemonium is no better for I 372.9898 or-
It's a wonder they don't the children than it is for After Aug. 31st. 372-3569 f -z-'
choke on their food. Yet the their parents. Young childrencan it L 1
dinner table is often a battle- be fed ahead of time un- d TEACHER-DIRECTOR JONI I MESSLER ; !. tr
ground, a time for making til they are old enough to un- gt a
Joni Messier Graduate of the Royal School of w
Mrs. -
decisions, a time for airing derstand that the dinner houris Dance Studied at the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo ;...
grievances, asking favors and to be a time of pleasant in New York City Professional Choreographer "
discussing problems.This companionship. Teen sgers Accepted in the Radio City Music Hall Corps de Ballet
is sure to happen unless can certainly understand this Studied Ballet in London and Paris.Ladies'. '
you have definite rules and will respond with pleasure. ; .f' l
concerning it because this is .
one time when the family is tf
together. When someone says
"Soup's on" the family a p- t

pears as if by magic. They 7f/ Shoe Shop
come from behind books ten-
Street Floor 4 .r to ',
nis racquets newspapers.
Those words can even tear .
them away from television
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sets.Have Z, >Kaw '
you ever been a partof o t C$x .
a little skit like this The B

scene is the dinner table and .
the actors are a mother and
father and two chil- school
dren. young w''A 3 (HC. /our CATalog

Father: "Something excit-
ing happened at the office to- V&TNTTY' -
day." t----- y +t rr

Mother: "Oh, wonder f ul! -I- '
Jimmy, I have told you a t 2' >

thousand times, do not pick othing kit.wr.ish about this print: which is why the student body is ,r '

your meat up with your fin- a,t 2aE: ild about it. The Bra and Girdle lithe and light in Lycra, do .'-
gers. You are old enough to
cut it. Sorry, dear what were o much for you you'll be wearing them continuously. d sinuously.dd f .t E
you going to tell me?" \ Pettiskirt in honeyed beige or Pettilegs In print. Cover the bedtime

mean Father a :lot"Well, but it I may think not it r ; 1 ategory with a Nightshift and Pajama plus a terrific-with-both Robe. J 0 ..

does and I am really very r' :-* z "heses jungly gems are nylon tricot: so everything flies through
hopeful" ;: 5e suds and dries smooth' new all by itself!
Mother: "May, you are going
to spill your milk and A. Shift Gown 32 to 38.6.95 "

don't put your elbows oa the B. Sleeveless Robe, 32 to 38, $10.95 r
table. Sorry, dear, please go
on. I can hardly wait to hear f' c. Pajamas, 32 to 38, $8.95 ; t '

about it." D. The Prompter I Bra,A, B,C cups, $5.00 \ Y +

Jimmy: "I am the only boy E. Pettfcktrt, XS, S. M, L$3.95 "0': ;
on the block who doesn't havea
bicycle. r. Lycra*pantie girdle,S,M, L 10.00

May: as she sweeps her c. Pettilegs,4 to 7, $4.95NytOM f s ,
hand across the table: "You
send Off Famed for and Lycra*Spay
weightlessness. This celebrated fiberEXCLUSIVELY
and your old bicycle! 1 wanta ;
new dress to wear to SarI fashion is soft supple and soothingly cushionedon
ah's birthday party." Over its shapely inch-and-a-half stacked heel.
goes the milk. Mother lans tot Ingeniously snipped at the crescent toe. \
t the kitchen to get a cloth to Flatteringly squared at the ...- 4. 7gcr1M3- V
'f,:- wipe up the mess. Tailored. Terrific Joyce .JC>> d,
Looking at her husband, "I .12.99 Floor \

really am sorry. Now what ...4.W4 D.-if J. I' :
: were you going to say?"
"Oh -- -- ------- .
Father IIlm't realty --
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,.BT"., '...;. : i.':' ..""''',.; ,- 'I14.w 4 Pamper Your Feet to Help Ease Tensions
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.' ':;.{,. :, .: I Did you know that your foot and the work they do, feet are seller or watching TV (when frequently. Have a wardrobeof little extra planning involved
is a marvel of coordinated action -probably the most neglected you're alone of course, never in shoes with varying heel] worthwhile.Now .

....". -,'>... ," and effort of each part, part of the body. The average front of the man in your life.) heights and interchange them. you are firmly set on
",P't I and that there is nothing else active person takes more than Frequent massages with creamor The feeling- of comfort and your pedestal and every American -
like it in the world? 30,000 steps a day. I baby oil and regular pedi- well-being that comes from male wants to keep you

How can you have younger, cures will also help' restore I such "shoe breaks" make the there!
,,: :, The foot allows you to ambulate -prettier feet? You can make a your feet to their normal pret-:
upright as no other animal -'good beginning by deciding to tiness.
; can, and it carries on the ,. i
pamper them. Put them on Be sure to dry thoroughlyafter
functions of walking, standingand your footstool or chair when- bathing. Dampness between

running with efficiency, ever you can; try to balance the toes can lead to
t tI unity and vigor. It is a major them Rub callouses
z your weight evenly on athlete's foot.
factor in making mankind the without leaning heavily firston with pumice; get rid of corns r ,. iI
master of the earth. one foot and then the other. by wearing shoes and stockings xa V w sfi

But even better than being Get into the habit of foot that fit properly. When 7
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a ai master of the earth, you stand,I baths in warm, soapy water there is no friction there will I
L f as all beautiful statues do, on while you're reading that best be no corns. And change shoes 'L

I a pedestal. Yours is built right t ;

I' t k } in, however, and consists of .
;1 your heels, arches, and toes. 30 Years a Policewoman, ,
i r w 1I 1e I

4d says The that National unless Shoe jour Institute"pedes- She Wants to Become Nun _

1 1I Ty YQ tal" is comfortably firm and
w { b< gives you proper support, you PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) The desire to become a nun :
cannot furnish a completely For 30 years her duties as a pol- was with Miss Cullen, a tall, attractive 1
I i 6 attractive figure to admirers. icewoman filled Alice Cullen'slife woman, all the while St

Your posture, figure, grace of with the problems of gun- she was on the force carry

I t ." '.,. 4 movement all depend on your men, robbers, prostitutes, dope ing a loaded pistol in her hand-
r,. .. feet. Even the expression on addicts and abortionists.Now bag."Most ,'
I 'f.t ;t ..-'..: ', ...'... your face is affected by their she is looking forwardto criminals come from a w :: YF 1- +zS { a.arit4L
I "!""l{Y, .. A}<; .: condition life as a Roman Catholic nun background where there was a

"-: ,...;, ., '; r.,. : If you've ever hobbled to the in the Dominican Order. lack of affection and under- t5
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.' '\, .:; :i<>. > mirror after a long day of Miss Cullen, 51, resigned Fri- standing," Miss Cullen said.

'I "' ,< :: ." ... ,?, walking in tight shoes, you day from the Providence Police "They felt left out of life. It '3 *
:: !: '.. know how true it is. Aching, Force to become a postulant in sounds simple, almost corny, 4, IS

IF THE STRONG -SILENT'TYPES-Top, ;:u---;;; clockwise: The campus and tired, burning feet reflect their the Convent of St. Dominic at but most of them never had a ["..t; SI.SScMORE .t '. "'-""") iIItQI

'!: country shoe of pebble grain calf with black saddle. In antique red-brown by misery in your face as inevitably -Blauvelt, N.Y. home."
1 f Jarman eyelet brogue, wing tip, perforations, by Jarman; high rise shoe, me- as a drop of bluing colors She said she had always want- Despite her compassion for THAN MEETS THE EYE-Artful use of
dallion perforations, by Freeman. 5 eyelet, wing tip, minimum perforations, water. There's a direct connection -ed to enter religious life and felt wrongdoers, Miss Cullen's career see-through nylon mesh for a nude look. The sling I
handstitched sole and high gloss leather by Weyenberg; green suede high vamp between toe and cheek! her personal situation made it on the force was filled with back for evening, flashed with black and gold bro-
I' slipon with wing tip of polished calfskin, elasta-top for snug fit, of Nettleton; Considering their importance possible! now. action. cade.

t black alligator and calf slipon by French Shriner; on his feet, stadium look boot
of smooth black calf, gored sides, by Florsheim.
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I" Shoes Are More Robust

; Look B-L Shoe Dept. for the Finestin

f And Weigh Less This Fall : Fit, and Selection .


I'( Men's shoes this fall are appearance. The secret here is the rich ambers, coppery tans % GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER 4l yS

l heartier than ever. There is a lighter, more flexible leathers II and bleached chinos. The paler 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET ..
robust manly quality that and new ways of constructionand colors are favorites in .,
comes from higher silhouettes, soling. Also new: an inner brushed leathers, deerskins and
more rounded toes, a no non- lining that is molded to the pigskins. The lighter tans and
sense brogue influence. Yet, shape of the foot. All this adds browns are often antiqued now
the National Shoe Insti- up to fashion on the outside to give a subtle playonplayof the in
tute says, this fall's "m 0 r e" and pampering on the inside. ] shadings, a sort of deep un- .you fan feel difference a { '
shoe will have less weigh, derglow to the leather.
I Brogues are champions in every
more solid comfort than would category. Authentic clas- Smooth leathers are still tops EsJ

seem possible from the ruggedGentlemcii sics with double soles and for town. Tiny grains are important .
I too. Cordovans, heavier .
heavy stitching are leaders
I for campus or country week- grains and waxy finishesare ick-a-roo .H .
: ends. The modified lighter i classic. Detailing is important S ; .
weights with a single sole are ; now. A folded treatment
perfect teammates for sports just behind the eyelets, call- 41' -
Prefer jackets and tweeds, while the ed the Swiss fold, is new. So r(
British-bound toplines, lik- :
very conservative styles with are '
minunal.perforationsand, fine ed for their trimness, their way !:
I Boots ; ; :
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handstitching are very well of giving a shoe a hand finished '- ; eoi'e ,

l suited for town- travel or bus- feeling. Also new this fall r : _.. '. .- ..
: At the top of every man'spreferred iness.In ,are the interesting ways with ,;f tf -, (;:::-;"' .
list are boots, boots ; ,
general the .. ;
lighter they .
and more boots for fall. The important "
are the better they fall into More than ever, men have a '
look for city wear is the l. .
this season's dress category.The variety of new shapes and designs ., .
unlined boot, usually with a narrow -
high front, formed on whatis to choose from w hen t f
sole, plain toe and concealed -
gorings on the side. The Na- known as the "high cone" building a shoe wardrobe. ( e;
tional Shoe Institute reports that last, gives a shoe a long, elegant -Shoes change to go with the

the dress boot usually reachingto look that is good for dress, styling and fabrics of the suits A flirty little moc-toe casual with a b
or there might be medallion worn. Shoes be sleek or
the top of the ankle bone, has may
odds that it will be liked for perforations for a shortening ef- more rugged depending on fashionable flip that's as pertas

its look of smoothness below a fect.Colors whether it's for dress or busi- I that
narrow trouser cuff. are livelier. Browns ness. Handsewns for sport- a girl's turned-up nose. makes-you-

have more red in the casual jacket informality, casuals for want-to-dance feeling, slip into the
Nothing suits the ru gcd, ro
category, ranging from the just loafing warm
bust look better than the roughand burnt hawthorn shades through boots and almost-slippers for Kiek-a-Poo. inmmmh, soN! F g, R
tumble class of boots. This: the olives and true browns, to at home.
J fallthey come in all heights, all I.

shapes, all colors, making the
concept of a boot wardrobe ultimately -I I1A99 :c:1r1
Hm head ,
sensible now. Warmly you ri
lined styles could go on a hunt.' El I V Mier Green
ing trip in the backwoods or who's making fa sidewalks sotfet ? .. -
shovel snow in a suburban t yl1

driveway. There are also' : high, :I I 'tP: : ,
I strapped gaucho boots, lower

f .I slipon boots topline with, sturdy a curved chukka Wellington :::9\ -, _!ll: : .

: boots in water repellant leathers ) r .
moccasin toe boots that lace it.vfi. l :;O- ;- tpj a
t on the sides. '
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No matter what the weather,' : .
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West Germany j ? -i .r'J.-

BERLIN (AP) A 19-j'ear-I ,, ; .; ., S
old East German youth died .:; : :
Saturday in a hail of bullets: I S "i "t. .. -: $!f % ..
from East German border I A /< l"
You guessed itl! Anyone

I reached West guards Berlin.as the he West A tried companion to flee, 23 to,I 1 with both feet on the ground : ;J .1r $''_- 'i'IJ'k}, ; '

t knows it's HuSh PuppieSIRAND ;:" : >

West Berlin police said crawl the; CASUALS Color Selections.Winter l'r_ ,. :;"- 'J! _0,,* .;: <-
men started to jIt.'j; : ,
two young : .
Hush Puppies from Youngsters Size 5Vz (about ;
j through barbed wire on the East' Green .-c. -10'- ,
5 German side of the Teltow Canal $7 to $9)) Red ,
4 I about 2 a.m. but they were i To Ladies Size 11 & Men's to 16 (about $9-$11) Black Moil Order

I spotted by the guards. Men's & Women's Golf Shoes About $12 to $14 Brown : BELK-LINDSEY I
forced his --
The older escapee Navy -.:r1, 1302 N. Main St. .
through the wire, and although SEE OUR AD
way Fa 1..ly 't : Gainesville, Florida .
badly cut made it across : =
to the other side. Police fished' IN TODAY'S W'eek..ly Slim, narrow and : ; : Please send . Pair Kick-A-Poo Casuals

the exhausted- man out of the: B-L Shut L.i.THE : medium widths, ;.. lf< ': by Cover Girl, at 10.99 pair'plus'. ,' 3%
1 (
water. to size 10 = Fla. soles. tax.

USE YOUR Frs .. Size . Width. ... ., .
Hails>< 'DefectorTOKYO CENTRAL -f Color Choice ((1)) . ((2)) . ((3))'.' .,
(AP) Communist Name . . . . .
announced Saturday -
North Korea welcoming CHARGE Street Address . . . . . .
it had staged a -

ceremony for a South Kor' LAYAWAYL Brown .N-.o. City . . .;. . . . . {
ean soldier who allegedly de- STORE WITH MORE .
fected. I GAINESVILLE ." No. C.O.D. D Check Q'MoneyOrder ,

A broadcast by the official I '302 NORTH SHOPPING MAIN STREET CENTER If You Can't Come In Soon Use Handy Mail Order Form At Right '. $. -".. ...,.enclosed ..: f'V*. L; .'
North Korean radio identified;

him as Li Eun Jong, and said he . . . . . . . . . . . .

had been given a sum of money, B-L CHARGE-CENTRAL CHARGE-LAYAWAY
as a reward for defecting.' I II I

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r' Party Shoes PrettyAs New Texture Alliances.; Fine Grain Reptiles to Satins I


Icing on Cake This fall shoes have a deep I I in pebble grains, brushed or lustrous kid and printed pa tute reports that reptiles, both creet unions and unexpected lia- with patents,.''silk flickered with

involvement with texture. .'furry finishes, silky suedes,I ILu [tents. The National Shoe Insti- real and fake take over. .with sons; polished calf tipped, bordered jewels and velvet. accented .with

The children's social season I bined, and scrolls and over .. .. .. 0' ""' alligator and its kissin' cousin, or trimmed with tiny kid.This
opens when the school bell lays, cut-outs and dancing slipper fall the shoe is a drama.
rings. Then begins a new roundof bows are decorating the 6$ My yy 4y Y, d ,lizard, very important. grain reptile, velvet lit with silk, tic exclamation point. the
birthday parties, sessions at slippers that will dance into !I Textures tell a story of dis suede piped with calf or buckled focal point of a costume.
Sunday school and visits to every little girl's heart. ..' I
grandparents. And t o day's: Colors are as delectable as the

young ladies know what they I icing on a birthday cake. Party ,' .' .;.,::. .\':. i ,' .
want, have a mind of their own red and party green in patent "i-- :
and express it! and velvet, besides bronze, blue ,6 :4 ,: 4t.. > I 'I : .x ,
, This year, the National Shoe and gunmetal patents and ele y. R o, R M kR 'i I : ; ,
Institute says, is the season gant reptile prints are all partof o 't X,4 en" vy. '
for the wonderful world of chil + : r.. i 1f z r
the prettiest, most Ii t tIe9) i r I
I' girl-like, most beautiful shoes. dren. >R'' ." I .: .. ,. \4 \
E/. There will be straps. asyme- For boys, there is more of $ I I u ,;> $ t ew .

trical, split and T straps, as "big boy" detailing than ever i #tiEeSK4t,, : ;,...,. .itiiji:, EfAUrFUI,! far .,. ,.,.
'"" w .1T
t dainty as ribbons on a gift before. all flexible, light $ \ ; za ,
package. There are "peeka- weight and lower cut. Sliponsare I i X I : S t ;

boo" pumps, crescent toes, more important, and the ., \ i .... ?ypu, i .. .... .
dainty dressmaker touches. trend is toward the rounder

Young lady party-goers like toe.Besides "If only I could find a that didn't sli !"
pump P
patents, kid, nylon velvets and being charming in .
!. I
softie suedes. Slipons are the design, and including s.om e' Naturalizer a hidden built feaUiny
j perfect background for the de grown-up qualities of adults'I presents "
tailing treatments that have shoes, children's shoes have that heel
gently hugs
gone to every designer's head that most necessary element, R I I your I

I." this year. Textures are-com-perfection-of fit. I a Nestled in the Back is a small goring that expands, surrounds, hugs your heel

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MeAn; Julianelli harnesses Paris red reptile with slim strips of suede; Para t : :, <

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fresh dry nr through thouumh of tiny bnstte holes... Library, has recently completed
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and the price Is flattering foo $8" -- 1.'" I tember 1.

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SEE PAGE 11 TODAY'S FAMILY WEEKLY Hush Puppies; two-toned suede, lined boot for girls, I
: by Child Life; red jester boot for girls, by H. O. v .
Toor; high line, 4 eyelet boot shoe for girls. By hal -
sten-iks; back row left to right: knitted boot on
high front suede shoe. For girls, by Capezio; side ;
PAGAN'SBOOTERY stitched and lined high boot for boys. By Child Life; Je JI J io

q. I ski_ boot lined. For boys, by Craddock Terry.

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Egg MarketJACKSONVILLE Children J

(AP) The
Northeast Florida Egg Market t On the BootBalldragol1

Free Parking on 1st Federal Lot was closed Friday because oi f

approaching Hurricane Cleo. _. "0o

Fashion has flipped its lid for

boots, from ankle huggers to
j I( .
,!calf climbers, to styles that top I
'!the knee. An indoor-out-door

i boot called the "bootie" is new.
: That ,,So are spatted styles and dashing

t glorious I little soft kid boots for the -
(crawler, set. There are leather = n "'"
i shells that are spatted to mid. I
calf height in black and white I
pony; waterproof vinyls cuffed i iIII o

; glorious III with fur; ankle high, fake alligator 0
to wear with stretch
I pants. There is even a P irate's m
, i boot of red
vinyl deeply cuffed o
\ and buckled, with er
a pirate flag
.#s r. I design on the sole for leaving
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'a 'f \1/ e fierce impressions on the snow.
''+ .
.'- The National Shoe Institute
reports 111IVI +
..,. t that teenagers love the SHE, .

;, i higher silhouettes, stimulated L R ?Ll-5 N N
/ .i by the Beatle boot. Boots arE 1 ORE
NOW feeling ':,everywhere. There are calf-high tPH
uHIS"AREuHER'S"1 ,WeHingtons! ankle high chukkas NpE
and side-gored slipon boots. SHOE1Npte

/ i There are tooled leather cowboy Z 1 1 ?
ii I styles and a gaucho heeled, \
K eAfd J I stretch sided swinger. Storm I
boots are warmly lined, often!
i front zippered, with snugly fitting i aYi
turned down cufis. Here!
,t: ;;whatever men like, the boys i! 7
''like twice as strong The young:
ladies take their boots and mix

them with a strong dash of textured : : FITThe
stockings. All in all it's a
pretty powerful fashion for fall.:
first job of these shoes is to fit and support growing feed

Gaclsden ManFound The first concern of our fitters is to help select exactly the right shoefor .

-.. a child's individual needs. That's why the first rule for schoolis
m a newspeutator. Dead
I I II II to shop for Stride Rites right here.
.....wa ... I HAVANA (AP- Authorities
!'worked Saturday to learn the

Why should men have all 'cause the death of N. J. Hatcher, '
the best of ]It?: Now Vinercreatesexcitingnewdesigns 111 :41-year-old Gadsden County 7 d\
:farmer whose body was found :(
from the same handsome 'i in a wooded area near the / 1 I \

,.' Scotch-grain leathers menhave" Very chic version of a fashion classicCaressa's I Florida-Georgia line. i iI
enjoyed for years! A I Hatcher wandered into a

bold and and bonny look for own Missy, newly set on a stacked !!swampy area near here Aug. 18. Boys and Girls Styles./ Priced according to size 59811.98

campus fromt- casual living. heel and gently rounded at the toe.The ![Searchers, including 30 national
''guardsmen, hunted for him

$799 . leather is polished calf...the colors-rich I, through the week. ;, B-L Charge

and vibrant.All neatly put together withCaressa's : A trail of clothing led to'
special designs on thatfabulous Hatcher's semi-nude body Fri I Shop ;
day. He apparently disrobed as 10A.M.9P.M.'THE .
a : footloose feeling. he walked through the woods. I II Charge
$1 5 I
MISSY I Lay-Away
I Officials said he was recovering i
,'> from serious stomach surgery I STORE WITH MORE" t
I when he disappeared. I'I'J i' r

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Sunday, August 30, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3C

I Ir Opened Up, Pared Down Or Barely ThereThis i

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: ,,. i'':'f Y. .'N.......' is the year of the lady, more right, and this means for ed stocking, a long sweep of Straps appear ever ywhere, crescents, toes that are softened I
... t ..'.. ..- > ; '> the woman, the eternal provocative any occasion. .from here to patterned leg a new marri- with enough importance fora shortened and flattened
.. ;, ,:;-'...;::( :. '" h. female! This is the year anywhere, from now on. For age of textured stocking and fashion story all their own. i while the rest of the shoe is i

." ....'.. +'".>"..-,.,.:; #,'. of the lovely, gentle shoe. Thisis daytime, there could be a de- casual shoe. They buckle at the throat of an elongated. Heels may be. curv-
.'; the season everything goes mure opening at the heel or opened shoe, band the I
'y. .. /i 4 The sling back is top fash instepof ed, stacked or skinny. They
,4 't.\ >!: '" VA' $'$:r' .t. : : .if it's feminine! It's a ses- side. Or a modest oval cutouton ion, reports the National Shoe an almost boot, are found may be spools, gauchos, cow-
... lJ 'k-. ... color. Today's women know the see-through bow on the vamp. slender heeled and tipped in a V'd vamp. The "T" strap kegs. They may be broad bas i
sorcery of a pretty leg and Other opening gambits are contrasting color, is the young- has never looked better, in ev- ed. They may even be the re- I
.,:. .. foot, and designers have made the "proper" ones found be- I est classic going. Open backs ery design from broad bucca- discovered wedge heel.
I ijj % '. 4' : the most of it. neath an oxford's tailor ties, or are gaining momentum, from neer ideas through openbacked Shoes this season are as flir-

? L : ;.,;. ..::"-: ...' :. Fall, 1964, says the National ghillies widely laced to reveal sturdy heeled strollers to fragile afternoon striplings to skim- tatious as fans, as feminine as I
.' ,""t.':: '"" ";'. '.d 1 1Y Shoe Institute, means the pared -I much of the instep. Here you high heeled evening excite- py T-strings for dancing.Toe flowers, and for evening theyare
"''''\'' 4':1:I down shells, the opened can have a glimpse of pattern- ments. shapes include a crop of out-and-out beautiful.
; ii'. ; --c": ;I up looks, the shapelier heels,
: I the narrow boots that show a
.., bit of leg beneath a swing of SHOES NEED CARE; FEET DEMAND IT! I

,.. "I/ skirt. In this season of the feminine -
: shoe, the most important I Nothing can mar awe 11- stuff them with paper toweling I dry, rub with a fresh cloth,:cans that can be used on darkor
'w fr F'Y ;dA p?/ ..iSr3 look is lightness. This could groomed look faster than a to dry the inside. Dry them at then finish with a lamb's wool pale colored suede. Fabric
mean bewitching bareness or a pair of neglected shoes. Not room temperature, ONLY. brush. Suede needs a light I shoes can be cleaned with
subtle opening. When the shoeis only is it importont to keep The National Shoe Institute hand. First a gentle brushingwith cleaning fluid. Campus and
,., ," closed, it means widened shoes in shape for the sake of says that now with the vast a suede brush to remove country boots get rough wear
.R 9 v ass : throat! in e s, dipped sides or beauty and fashion, but for variety of leathers, fabrics and the dust. If the suede has been each wearing. If they are madeof
.NJ' : lowered backs. health as well. man-made materials, it is im- bruised, use an emery board smooth leather, wash them

1 Sides be scooped into Here are some easy to- portant to know some of the very lightly, to raise the sur- with saddle soap, a small
t ; h curvy shapings may called canoe keep rules which will prolongthe methods used to preserve and face. Clean with a very small sponge and very little water.
I shells, or shallowed only toward life of your shoes: protect them. For leather, ap- amount of cleaning fluid. It is Then rub with a rough towel
1. Always use shoe trees.I]'ply paste wax with a COTTON worth investigating some of until dry and follow with a
the front
or they
;j&i may I(cloth for a high gloss. When the new products in
plunge into deep decolletagesthat They protect the shape of the I spray cream polish.
'. bare the beginnings of shoes and keep them fitting

toes.The well.2. Give each pair of shoes at Silv nnanH.

\ .,2j high front is a new fa- least 48 hours rest between EXCLUSIVE IN GAINESVillEBOSTONIAN
i vorite liked for its contrast wearings to give them aI;
I with skimpy sides and lowered chance to dry thoroughly. I

:j.. ;( 1 backs. 3. If shoes get wet, wipe them I, Flex-O-Mocs
j The open look couldn't be carefully with a dry cloth. Then II I

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THREE LOVES HAVE I-for morning (center) David Evins straps and x
scallops a black calf with blond fine grain reptile; for afternoon, (right) Cus- LADIES SPORTSWEAR
I', tomcraft shows the beginning of toes and defines the bareness with skinny .
j i strappings; for evening, (left) Fiancees strips a gold velvet shoe to bare essentials f
t"". then demurely .covers the front with a splashy satin bow.
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f (:I Office Department will I II
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![ choice II I
a of four red and
I 5-cent postage stamps. It
fe f a
the first time in philatelic his-I s
that a four-in.ne issue ,
been offered the public, the j
added.A ;
100-stamp sheet, the depart-
New from Bostonian!
said, will contain 25

of each design a sprig dI The traditional penny-strap moccasin superbly] crafted in Golden Scotch
holly, mistletoe, pine cones
w.r.r., +.w w..huWwu, poinsetta. I Grain. Here the rich, textured grain leather has been lightly antiqued to

I gia4/thz 61aiM give it a deep, lasting underglow. ? helps to make this fine leather soft and
Start your day fresh WASHINGTON (AP) The
supple.And the front seam is sewn entirely by hand for extra comfort and
and keep it that way! Lot'I i I million government to help 177 communi spent,I Absolutely. Positively. One hundred percent real moccasins.t The long, lasting fit. This is the Bostonian Flex-0-Moc that you shouldn't be

set aside more than 100,000 i hand-stitching, the craftsmanship, the taper even the tenderized without! Seeing is believing! Come see 'em!
I Everyone tiles i eonforbbta shoe..Hush Puppfe*ta ooh' for recreational and scen' leathers are exactly the same as those famous moccasins Bostonianhas
jo one step further. Steel shanks are carefully lundfitted I been making for men all th ee years. No .compromises .
toyour pair' of HvsIIl'upples.J casuals. That way you jet BREAT use under the Open Space these are real moccasins. Superb. Authentic. In fact,if you possess Bostonian "thinks comfort", a lot of thought is given to style, fit and comfort -
extra support and usul comfort Without sacrificing__ { established "by Con 'a pair"of rather un-dainty feet there's no difference at all f
.partant foot support But. ours only half the story! in 1961. I except the name! You can see this.captivating_mHectioo of Lady in a pair of Bostonian shoes. Traditional styled brogues, conventional:
Ughiwtigkcam/rrt Wtltr tut tta nslatat Clrit Bostonian genuine moccasins atT
mot trot trtttaf Micn-natlir purtiaSww,1 sales The Urban Renewal Adminis-' styled dress shoes, and shoes for casual wear. You'll find. an outstanding t
said Friday that states, From $11.95
even the price Is comfortable and other local govern collection at l I
contributed about $90
Colors-Hound Dog Gun Smoke- in the program which

SEE PAGE 11 TODAY'S the federal government I S JJ.
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I of acquiring undeveloped! 225 W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE

States has fired another'
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I The Atomic Energy Commis-
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FICUS Your Sunday Visit To

i I 'Operation Facelift1 NearlySet

: To Offer THE LIBRARY"The I
L.. I
,*vOur for Hammer and NailsArchitects '

224 CoursesTALLAHASSEE Social and Political -an anthology of this cultural I

Town'j I II Ideas of the Muckrakers, ," by movement in its effect on philosophy
I David Mark Chalmers. The and planners for dividual store and property own ject. The city commission hai I
j (APFlori- religion, psychoanalysis -
1 1964. "Operation Facelift" met for ers. allocated $3,000 for t
Citadel Press
da Institute for Continuing Uni- and individual and social lunch Friday to review the Architects Arthur Lee Facelift I

\versity Studies (FICUS) will offer By VYNCE HINES psychology; "The Plays of downtown remodeling project. bell, David Reaves and camp-I He said the sixth block, whicl
By JEAN CARVER i college instruction at 48 locations ata
iI I Strindberg" the first of three Three blocks the Wilson's Branch said plans for their will be announced formally !
'' This has been one of thosedisgusting time-and-a-half) and Flnrda absolutely in Florida.Dr. (Mr. Hines, our guest reviewer -volumes containing new translations -.block and Butler's Shoes on Uni- blocks were completed. later date, is in the downtownarea :
I ,: I Myron Blee, director of is Professor ot Education I where project officials
and the Cox Fur-.
summers. is not all the same. of the works of the fam- versity Chamber of Commerce Direc-
the off-campus program, said at the University of Flor- hope the remodeling prog ram
niture block south of the Court- I
Sunsets over Sanibel Island! off ous Swedish playwright; "An- tor Billy Mitchell was instructed
\ The kind where all the wrong that 224 courses would be offer- ida.) will be extended.
\ Fort Myers are one thing; a thology of Korean Poetry" (Peter -house are practically readyfor to set meetings next week for I
people went to exciting and exotic ed the students, a 19 per cent
7 a.m. missile launch from Cape Lee) the first comprehensive initial work, architects said.A merchants along the east and,
places, or maybe it was increase from a year ago. Theodore Roosevelt gave: the
Kennedy is another and the ter- collection of Koren poetry sixth block has been addedto west sides of the square. I Papal Plea
just that the right person-me- The classes are held in facil- Muckrakers their name from a
rain from Paynes Prairie to the to be published in English; the project, although it is not I Four architectural firms -
didn't go to all the alluring portsof ities provided to the state by character in "Pilgrim's Pro-
central ride of citrus land to "The Living Novel & Later Ap-directly related to the four.Hanes and Associates, Reaves.I CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy
call with all the post card junior colleges, local schools, Between 1903 and 1912,
the jet black fields around Lake gress. preciations" (V. S. Prtchett) blocks facing Courthouse Square:and Branch, Arthur Lee Camp (AP) Pope Paul VI urged Roman -
senders.It private colleges and industries. almost ar-
Okeechob e e to the blending they produced 2,000 -penetrating and witty essays or the Butler Shoe store blockon bell and Moore and May have i Catholics to offer their
seemed like each pest card blues and greens of the Florida Each course must be requested ticles exposing chicanery and by an outstanding literary cri- University Avenue. donated initial services for the '"most loyal cooperation" tc
local interests to meetan in such American
got worse. Straits in the Keys kill that rumor by corruption tic. Committee of 100 Cnnirman renovation program. I education, particularly to the
about Florida having noth- educational need that can- institutions as courts; city, Howard Hall said the technical Planning Director David God- teaching of religion in public
There the black and not be met by local institutions, state and national I
was govern- Biography"The
schools. He spoke
ing but flat, dull scenery. committee for "Facelift" would schalk told the group the cityis and private
white sketch of a quaint old road Dr. Blee said. ments; industry, commerce, audience at his
take the architects' recommend- ready to provide plant ma-I Saturday at an
Like the land, the people vary. President's Lady" (Marie
And lush Twenty three will and Wall Street. Twelve
into Florence. a courses men
green here.
ations and review them with in- terials and for the pro- summer palace
Smith effervc t
scene of a village in Switzerland There's a happy golucky be offered by the University of and one woman wrote more ) an e n
nestled between the moun guy on Islamorada who pro- Florida, besides the graduate than a third of these exposes. portrait of Mrs. Lynoon B.
tains. vides a substantial part of hisfamily's engineering program in Or- Johnson; "Duet for a L i f e-'

bank acount by carving ange, Brevard and Volus i a David Mark Chalmers, Uni- time" (Kay Hunter) the fy BACK-TO-SCHOOL
i Bitter, bitter grapes. totem poles and tiki head And counties which the university versity of Florida professor of amazing story of the original'''!I a

,. Oh, it wasn't that Yechaw a rather rotund businessman provides independently of the history and social science, has Siamese Twins; "Jose' Marti'
I Junction and Bean City weren't from Jacksonville who had more institute.In studied more than 600 articles, (Richard Gray) the life and g41V GYM OUTFITS

lovely this summer, but how canI than a week's worth of war stor- eight counties, elemen- 90 books, plus collected papersof ideology of the great Cuban national _1
I send my stewardess friend a ies to entertain guests ai a Vero tary school teachers will be these 13 and distilled their hero; "Discovery (Vilh-
I post card to compare with: Beach resort. Or the kids at trained in the "new mathema ideas into 117 pages of tightly jamur Stefansson) autobioraphy -' FOR BOYS AND GIRLS= :

"London, Heidelberg, Amster- Cocoa Beach bobbing like a tics" being introduced in the organized prose. Some of the of the famous Arctic explorer &t/w
I dam, Lucerne, Venice have been flock of pelicans 100 feet off- I schools. The counties include 13 are familiar to the lay per- ; "Emma Willard" (Alma

highlights. Am now in :Florenceand shore to wait for just the right Broward, Duval, Esc a mbia, son today, others are almost} Lutz) delightful biography -'
I will then be in Rome, Riviera -wave to "surf" to shore. 1 Indian River, Orange, Palm forgotten. They include Sam- I of the American pioneer in BOYS SIZES 24-36 .

and Paris. It's all bard to It was a nice two weeks. Beach, Pinellas and Seminole. uel Hopkins Adams, Ray Stan- education for women; "Har-
I! believe." However, there must be a wayto Three courses were held on an nard Baker, Christopher P. Con- low" (Irving Shulman) illustrated SHORTS 1.00BOYS
I nolly, Burton J. Hendrick, Will life of the
I Well, despite the moaningand convince some kindly ben'experimental basis in Broward, story
griping that south Florida factor that the risks of-a Flor- Palm Beach and Duval coun- Irwin, Thomas W. Lawson, Al- "B Ion d e Bombshell", "Be-
fred Henry Lewis, David Gra- I Was Flesh" Edward S-M-L & XL TI
southern it 'I cause ( .
i just ain't Europe, ida vacation are much too high.
It was a fun vacation. Why, just a week's delay and ties.There will be 30 courses offered ham Phillips, Charles Edward Dahlberg) a remarkable: self-
I Russell Sinclair L i TEE SHIRTS 1.00BOY'S .
Upton n- portrait combined with the fas- .
t Interstates and turnpikes are there I'd have been, spendingmy in Fort Lauderdale, mostof
wonderful; every morning vacation with Cleo. any city in the state. St. Petersburg coin Steffens, George Kibbe cinating life story of a woman,

I fJ should begin at 9:30: a.m.; work That ought to be enough rea- will have 27, Jackson- Turner, and the lone woman, the author's mother. '
i j should be limited to a maximum son to cause someone to agreeto ville 20, Cocoa 14, Orlando 14, "Those Harper Women" (Stephen

r 1 j f of two weeks a year (at send me on a nice, safe tripto Pensacola 13, Lake Worth 12 most cases, they were Birmingham) four gen SUPPORTERS L1.00
I Europe next year. and Riviera Beach 11. journalists who came to their erations of women traced

Race positions on social and politi- through a story about ruthlessness /

I Agents o 1- -I ,cal matters by a kind of inductive and financial empires;
j process as they gathered "Anniversary"' (Elizabeth Cor-
11 Hurricane to With The i material for successive ar bett) the story of a marriagetold New Boys' Shop-
:ticles. Sometimes their shots in a series of flashbacksof

i Destroy StillTALLAHASSEE ;hit unintended targets. Sin- wedding anniversary cele- STREET FLOOR

i:Clair was exposing the plightof brations; "The Gloucester CENTER
(AP-In) a the immigrant and the work- Branch" (John Leggett) ft _

predawn race Friday with Y !ingman in "The Jungle," but a novel about a man and his

Hurricane Cleo, state beverage: Boys :the book's impact was en the marriage at a difficult and apparently -
department agents destroyed an revolting methods used in meaningless roint in

II '1 illegal whiskey still near Jack II !meatpacking for human con- his life; "Darrell" (M a non (17'\i
J sonville. 1- sumption. Montgomery) a tragi com-

IJ! The agents usually make their Boys' Club Reopens at 4 p.m. Boys' Club members i Some ideas expressed seem 1 ic story with Old South flavor,
raids in daylight, but said they The Boys' Club will reopen 1 interested in auditioning for the contemporary. Change a few!set in modern Atlanta; "A Mo- 7' < (
'" raided the operation in darkness September 8 and will offer a full choir should report at the timeto words in the decription of Con- ment in Time" (H. E. Bates)

I Friday to beat Cleo to the scene. fall program of recreational, the Boys' Club. noly's criticism of the courts -the impact of World War lIon H1Jt

I j The still was located behind educational, and vocational ac Boy Scouts and the passage could refer to the inhabitants of an an-
house at Dunn's Avenue and tivities. Sure to be popular with cient house in Southern Eng- J
.. a Boys' Club Scout Troop 80 today, instead of more than )
,I' U.S. 1 in north Duval County. members is the addition of a will hold its Annual Charter 50 years ago. "The sacrosanct land; "Along the Coast"!: (John GIRL'S SIZE 8-20
Cleo was headed on her path of homework session in the library Night September 23 at 7:30 p.m. position of the courts enabled Peter) the award winning:
I destruction toward the location I each afternoon at 4 p.m. Boys' All boys interested in joiningthe 'the interests,' when defeated first novel by a South Afri- ONE PIECE SUITS

I j when the agents discovered the may also join one of many group troop are invited to attend. elsewhere, to operate throughthe can, which has been comparedto
still. clubs offered such as the Adel- "Cry, the Beloved Cc u n- -L
Flag Football judiciary. .The law. which x WITH ATTACHED INNER
Agents found 6,000 gallons of phos, Stamp, Pen Pal, Indian favored the rich, had to be try"; "The Fields of. Noqn",,
I mash, capable of making 600, Lore, and Model Railroad. Registration and team assign made more equitable. The path (Sheila Burnford) delightful BLOOMER. WHITE ONLY.

gallons of moonshine once a I Choir ments for the Boys' Club Flag was simplification of procedure, essays on life and nature by .." ,,'
Football program will be held the author of "The IncredibleJourney"
week. Members of the Club 3750
Boys' Saturday September 12. ending of delays, and the appointment WASH & WEAR.
Eugene B. Blount, 40, was arrested -Choir under the direction of of men who were ; "This Rough Mag-
Leagues to be formed are: Ca- ic" (Mary Stewart) an excit-I
and charged with posses Roy Wolfe will begin fall rehearsals less conservative and less like-
det ((7 and and'
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sion of illegal distillery. Monday, September 14 suspense
an ly to put property rights be-
I, 10)), Junior ((11 and 13)). fore human rights." charming island of Corfu.
Group Club Advisor

Ron Zimmerman has been appointed To trace the growth and Mystery ,. Y4i4 p.'
t, I Group Club Advisor for change of the social and polio "The Shake Up" (Breni 1 1i .. :

I I the Boys' Club. Ron served as litical ideas of 13 persons James) a thriller that I i 4 r a tc aM'
i librarian during the summer through their voluminous writings starts with a corpse in a laun-

I and will continue in this capacity to weave this into a mean- dromat on Christmas Eve; "Six 1 1I i
in addition to his new re ingful pattern, and to keep the Who Ran ((1\1. E. Chaber) -I
Ii i II sponsibility. Initial group clubsto resulting report brief and read- a suspenseful tale of robberyand 1
be offered include Adelphos, able is a challenge few writ- pursuit, the thirteenth Mi-

I Stamp, Pen Pal, Indian Lore, ers could meet, and fewer yet lo March mystery; "My NameIs

and Natural Science. accomplish as well as Chalmers Death" (Lesley Egan) a New .., \ .. .
i Keystone Club has. One who has only a murder mystery cent ere d -

I Don Large, advisor for the i slight familiarity with the sour- around the world of folk singers (Girls &
f Keystone Club, plans to resume ces would wish that the book ; "3 x 3" (Haycraft &. Bee-
;1 meetings for the fall September were longer. croft) an anthology of out- -STREET FLOOReoU6 :
9 at 7:30: p.m. Large and Keystone The following books will be standing examples in the var-; Young Jrs. Shop
: President Kim Van Nort- available at the library tomor- ious fields of mystery writing.1
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and trips by the KeystoneClub.
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: I I Members of the Keystone Club Paradox" (George Well.varth) I
Ii are high school students in supervised a study of the avant grade

: Introducing theworld's ''I:, extra curricular acti theatre in France, Germany,I fu-A
vities. Other Keystone members England and the United States; i
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Community Church Directory ',.

Nazarene Plans for Fall I GAINESVILLE CHURCHES CatholicSt. Jehovah's Witnesses Presbyterian

11 r.r.1st( I Advent Churches Augustine Chapel, 1738 Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's First Presbyterian Church,
Witnesses 1124 NE 3rd Ave
W. Univ. Ave., Sunday massesat 300 SW 2nd Ave., services at 11
Advent Christian Church, 61? 9:30 and 11 a.m., daily mass service at 6:30: p.m. a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
A full slate of evangelistic] mal launching by the local rene in Orlando and Mrs. Mar-i November 22 is the date on NE 1st St., services at 11 a.m. Mon. through FrL at 6:30 a.m. LathemFirst Grace Presbyterian Church

programs to 1 last through church of the denomination -I Ion will lead the Nazarene which the denomination receives -'and 7:30 p.m.Umbarger and 5 p.m., Sat. at 9 a.m. Con- Lutheran Church, 1801 3146 NW 13th St., service at 11 :
Thanksgiving at First Church wide October Sunday school i Young People's Society evangelistic its' regular Thanksgiving Memorial Advent fession Tues. at 7 p.m., Fri. at NW 5th Ave., services at 8:30 a.m.

S of the Nazarene, 302 SE First.drive entitled "March to a Mil! services. Mrs. Marlin offering for World Evange- Christian, 19th SL at 45th Ave., 5 p.m. and 11 a.m.Gethsemane. Highlands Presbyterian .

f Ave., was announced today by lion." Representatives of sev- will! work with' juniors, ages 4 lism. The day will feature special -services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 St. Patrick's Church, 704 NE Lutheran Church, 1001 NE 16th Ave, serv-
the pastor. Rev. J. Rex Ea en area churches will attend a to 11, and Rev. Marlin with emphasis on Foreign Mis- p.m. I 1st St., masses at 6, 7:30, 9, Church, 1905 NE 12th St., service -ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.Kanapaha .

ton.The special Zone briefing session in. those above 12 years of age. sions. A Missionary Rally will Alliance Churches 10:30 ajn. and 12 noon. at 11 ajn.University Presbyter i- _
first week circled in red the middle of the week in prep A Zone Rail is planned for the be conducted in the afternoonat ChristianFirst Lutheran Church. an Church, Archer Road past

on the Nazarene calendar is: aration for the drive. Friday night service, Oct. 23. 2:30 p.m.AIIICSUIIIF :. First Alliance Church, 2400 NE Christian Church, SW 1826 W. Univ. Ave., service at Medical Center, service at 11 ...

I Sept. 24-27, when Dr. John L.i The "March" is part of a '15th St., services at 11 a.m. 2nd Ave. at 8th St., service at 11 a.m. a.m. .
Knight, superintendent of the quadrennial goal by the na and 7:30 p.m. 11 ajn. Methodist Quakers ...
tI \ Florida District, will lead a tion's Nazarene churches to First Alliance, Bishop Jr. Centenary Methodist 1400
West Side Christian Church, I Religious Society of Friends,
,' multi-purpose program. Knight reach a total Sunday school SWt .High, 1901 NE 9th St., services meeting at Littlewood Elementary -SE Hawthorne Road, servicesat 1921 NW 2nd Ave., service at
will conduct services daily at: enrollment of one mi lion -an at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. School cafetorium, 812 NW 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 11 a.m.
; 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. increase of 250,000 for the de- 34th St. Faith Methodist Church, Ho-
service at 11 Unitarian-Unirenalist
), with major emphasis on Sunday nomination.A RELIGIONGrace Assembly of God i ward Bishop Jr. High Cafetor, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
i school evangelism. I month later, Oct. 20 23, First Assembly of God, Wal-I Christian Scientist ium, 1901 NE 9th St., service 1204 NW 10th Ave.,
))1 Along with Knight's evange-! Rev. Ben F. Marlin pastor of i !do Road, services at 11 a.m. I Christian Science Church, 420 at 11 a.m. I Sunday school and services "

listic program will be the for the First Church of the Naza-| and 7:30 p.m. :SW 12th St Service at 11 a.m. First Methodist, 419 NE 1st both at 11 a.m. .,.

Baptist I Church of Christ St., services 8:45: and 11 a.m. AREA CHURCHES
Church I Church of Christ, 639 E. Univ. and 7:30 p.m.
Calvary Baptist 2500 Baptist
SE 15th St., services at 11 Ave., services at 11 a.m. and Trinity Methodist Church, Archer Church
;I Baptist serve
1. Presbyterian """' -,__,' ",", ,, '. ...."-.':",, ., i a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I 7:30 Fourteenth p.m. St. Church of 9 3536 and NW 11 8th Ave., services at ices at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Carol ;Estates Baptist I a.m. Eliam Baptist Church, Mel- ..
4': >- ; '1 .i;f ra. ...z Church, 1423 NE 20th Place, i'Christ, 205 NW 14th St., serv- Wesley Community Methodist rose, worship services at 11
f i vr! services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 ices at 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m. Church, 826 NW 23rd Blvd, a.m. and 7:30 pjn.

'il.J) Calendar _1c ': p. I Northeast Church of Christ services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 First Baptist Church of Mic-
Fills Fall I
vr mEastside Baptist Church, 1501E. 1633 NE 16th Ave., services at anopy, services at 11 a.m and
10 a.m. and 6 p.m. p.mWesley 8
#1. Univ. Ave., services at 11 Foundation and Uni- p.m.
( .. 1 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I Thirty-ninth Avenue Churchof versity Methodist Church, 1320 I Hague Baptist Church services -
.;<", > I Iy : Christ, 1811 NW 39th Ave., W. Univ. Ave., services at at 11 a.m. and 7:30
Looking toward the fall sea-busy( schedule of fellowship ac ida students will be held two Faith Independent Baptist I p.m.
t Church weeks from 13 services at 9 a.m. and 6la: 9 a.m. I Oak Hill Independent Baptist,
l son, Grace Presbyterian tivities. today, Sept. Church, NW 31st Ave. at 7th :
has filled its calendar with a Leading off the list today is scheduled to follow the morn- Ter., services at 11 a.m. and I p. m. Mormon Fairbanks, services at 11 a.m.
; an innovation in the church pro- ing worship hour. a' R Rx 7:30 p.m. : Church Of God Church of Jesus Christ of Lat I and 7 pjn.Williston.

I gram, a coffee between church The adult class of the Church / First Baptist, 425 W. Univ. Church of God, Hawthorne ter Day Saints, 1220 SW 5th Baptist Church, ser-
jt Trinity Church school and School Road and Third Ave., servicesat school 10 vices at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
] 1 1i i the 11 o'clock morn- tentatively set Saturday, Ave., services at 11 a.m. and Ave., Sunday a.m.,
i '1It. ing worship. The purpose of the Sept. 12 for a picnic at Camp 7:30 p.m.Forest 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sacrament meeting, 6:30 pjn. Methodist

It. -.. Of NazareneTo coffee session is to give mem- ,Montgomery. Class members, Park Baptist, 1624 EpiscopalEpiscopal Nazarene Alachua Methodist SE 1st
t bers a chance to become bet families and guests will attend. First Church of the Nazarene St, service at 11 a.m.
NW 5th Ave., services at 11 i Center, Chapel of
II Show Film ter and to introduce in Melrose Methodist, services at
acquainted And beginning September a.m. and 7:45 p.m. :the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ. 302 SE 1st Ave., servIcesat
I guests and friends. !Na study on "Christian Faith I 'Ave., Holy Communion at 8 10:45 a.m. and .:30 p.m. I 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Gainesville Primitive
M The Trinity Church of the I Held Friday night was the and Life in the Presbyterian STRACENER I Bap I a.m., morning prayer at 9 ajn. Trinity Church of the Nazarene Newberry Methodist, services
tist Church, SW 34th St. at Archer
1'1 Nazarene 926 NW 31st Ave., will I first of the monthly Family Church" will be conducted. This I I 926 NW 31st Ave., servicesat 'at 9:55 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
r t show a film tonight at 7:30 en- Nights, resuming after a sum- will be held one night each week Road, service at 11 ajn. !I Holy Trinity 116 NE 1st St. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Orange Creek Methodist, US-
titled, "From Darkness to!mer recess. New church members and will be open to anyone, both I,IN. Central North Central Baptist I Holy Communion at 8 a.m., University Ave. Church of the 301 north of Hawthorne, serviceat
I I Light." It is a color film, produced -I are urged to attend the church members and non-mem-,I Church, 404 NW 14th Ave., services morning prayer at 9:30.: First Nazarene, 3545 W. Un'.v. Ave.,, 9:30 a.m.Williston .
t by the Department of I sessions, which feature covered i bers. Announcement of the open at 11 a.m. and 7:30: pjn. Sunday, Holy Communion at 8 services at 10:45 a.m. and : Methodist Church,
,. Foreign Missions of the Church dish suppers and programs, according -ing date will be made later. Hosts EditorSpecial Oak Hill Missionary Baptist,I and 9:30. I p.m. 7:301 i'services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.

ii ii I of the Nazarene, and tells the to the Grace These activities are in addition 800 NW 40th Ave., services at St. Michael's, 2180( Milhopper: -
1 living story of Nazarene misi"f ian's pastor, Rev. preSbyter-I to the regularly scheduled guest in North Central 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Road, Holy Communion at 8. A NEW CHURCH IN GAINESVILLEFirst
sions around the world. Weaver. I worship services, Youth Fellowship Baptist Church's pulpit today is Oak Park Baptist Church, a m.; family service at 9:30.;.

| The public is welcomed by The traditional Welcome Din- meetings, choir practiceand Dr. W. G. Stracener, editor of 4610 Archer Rd., services at Holiness I Services September 13th
1\\ r the pastor, Rev. C. E. Langford. ner honoring University of Flor-, men and women's groups. the Florida Baptist Witness. I 9:45 and 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Eliam Pentecostal, SW Ar-!

Ik i Stracener, as editor of the Old Fashioned Missionary cher Rd., services at 11
!Florida Baptist Witness, has led Baptist Mission, at corner of and 7:30 p.m. a.m.1 UNIVERSITYBaptist

'', New Mass Revitalize .the publication the news line NW 6th St and 34th Place, services Lake Forest Pentecostal Holi-.
to I to all Florida Baptist churches at 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn. ness,Church, services at 11 ajn.i

t and members a steady in Parkview Baptist, 3403 NW and 7:30 pjn.University : ChurchTO
f crease. 13th St., services at 11 a.m. Pentecostal Holiness .!
and 7:45 p.m. Church Odd Fellows !
Interest temple MEET AT
; Understanding Rev. N. B. Langford
; I pastorat Pine Grove Baptist Church, at 740 SE 2nd Ave., services !
fit t J I congregation North Central and, community welcomes the to.. 4200 NW 39th Ave., services at' at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I 1628 N.W. 6th Street

By HARRY F. ROSENTHAL local language. It was intro- of national groups of bishops hear Dr. Stracener at both the I 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Inter-denominational
duced this week at both high to render them into the local I 11 a.m. and 7:30 worship Ridgeview Baptist Church, Gainesville Drive-In Church,!
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (AP) and low Masses of the 25th an- tongue with Rome's approval. services.: pjn. NW 19th St., services at 11! Hawthorne Road, service at MissionaryFundamental
f "Frankly, said the priest "a nual liturgical week, a four-day Individual national hierarchies. a.m. and 8 p. m. 8:30: a.m. C. F. GEORGE
lot of Roman Catholics haven'tbeen '
t because',workshop on church mailers. may also determine their own Westside Baptist Church,i The Salvation Army, 22 SW Pastor ,
I I coming to Mass worship forms." i 1 Disgusted Cat 4039 Newberry Road, servicesat 2nd St., services at 11 a.m. and
it's been a bore." Father Sloyan was presidentof The change to English Masses i|I I 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. ,7:30 p.m. I I II
I "They hear and say things I'I'I this year's liturgical conference will help bring the average FERRARA, Italy (AP) ----- --- ----- --------- --- --- -- -

they don't understand, therefore and is author of a numberof ,Catholic to know better what he They've found Mario Fancinel--I

I they must derive meaning out books including "Shaping the :is doing, Father Sloyan ays. li's cat: It had walked home, II I
c I of a book-either the Mass book Christian Message" and "Christthe I "Until now, the priest has' half way across Italy, after becoming
I or some book in explanation of Lord. been doing everything and the I bored during the fami-
the Mass book," said the Rev. "What is being sought is com- people have been following," he ly's summer holiday at an Adriatic -I

Gerard S. Sloyan. ,prehensibility, in the interests of says. I resort. .'

Father Sloyan, head of the better prayer," he said. 'By praying in his own language .

religious education departmentof 4>We will get revised rites in a the Catholic should have
the Catholic University of period between two and five greater understanding of his:

( America, Washington, D.C., is years, at a guess," Father Sloyan -religion. And understanding is a Power of Prayer
an enthusiastic supporter of said. "They will be written in II necessary condition for fervent i

i Mass in the vernacular the Latin, with freedom on the part prayer." I ... =

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I woman went to a meat market Trials are expected to start in I bottom. Unofficial sources estimate then they can make their Y

but found it had no beef for sale. September.Meat I that up to $12 million own decisions" ft r w-
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makers wait hours in lines life which are -
shortages but this woman to tioned, ranging from Tadeusz t with religion ore hope,
happened to work for the Cen- get itThe Skowronski, head of the food- charity, friends, I love, M r'r :/j.: .'
tral Meat Distribution Office. Communist weekly Polity stuffs trade for Warsaw, downto I flowers, music nature. ;JI ; :

She knew the market had received ka says only two per cent of butchers, clerks and warehouse -,

a beef delivery that day. ,meat trade personnel were in- guards. i The consensus is that r
religious teaching makesone .
She stormed back to her office COMING! more keenly aware of N
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whose overall
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I BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -Rep. Miller also said in a speech hour political tour with the 20, and Mary Karen, 17, also I -., !J
'Gen. Ne Win's military govern- .
J. William E. Miller Republicanvice Friday:that.a filmed biographyof hour-long speech before 7,000 visited Olean and Jamestown in ;.J- .
ment has arrested six I
presidential candidate, Johnson shown at the persons at the Chautauqua In- southwestern New York and Buddhist personsin ;; :
after un- .
says President Johnson "elected I I Democratic convention this stitution, famed cultural centerat Bradford, Pa. rest Mandalay in that ancient city. ( ., .. ':1i:1ir
to be a congressman instead of week and televised nationally Chautauqua.
The various crowds were good the action Friday
f a soldier" in World War II while showed Johnson entering the Members of Miller's staff Sources said : I
sized and Miller week's burn-
I "Barry Goldwater stayed in the :Navy but did not show that "six called the trip a "shakedown won applauseand stemmed from 1
cheers. There were five rallies -ing of a newspaper by militant 1I
service for four long years. months later he was back home cruise" for the congressman'sformal
again, before the shooting even campaign, which will be- two formal speeches, two Buddhists reportedly provokedby the' I
receptions and a news confer- insulting remarks to I
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daughters, Elizabeth Anne,
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{I BUTTER 1. Florida's outstanding fullback,

I 69, I Larry Dupree, who is seeking his

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I MgftSWONMrritocoum -" "- It I Last Week's
il new season in music has teacher at Metcalf Elementary, set such as the Gainesville

JIt II'; least partly jelled in the pub- and Joan Stout (Mrs. Randy) Youth Orchestra concert which Prizeword GAINESVILLE SUN PRIZEWORD CONTEST RULES

jlic schools. In passing I am who graduated with honors last will be held Jan. 28 in the P. 1. The prize for the correct solution to the PRIZEWORD PUZZLE Is 1400.
If no correct solution is reached in ,
this Sunday's puzzle the weekly prize will
\happy to comment upon the year from the University of K. Yonge Auditorium, and the ExplanationsCLUES remain constant, at $400, until solved
STARTS Frank Sinatra Florida Ed- 2. It the winning entrant has teen a home-delivered subscriber to The Sun
in Music
very high level of musical Understanding majoring String Round-up on May 22 at for the ,
t I preceding 30 days an extra bonus of $100 will be added. If more than
I THURS. "ROBIN AND THE 7 HOODS" through all levels of ucation, will be the music teacher G. H. S. Also there will be the ,'one correct puzzle Is received from home-delivered subscribers the bonus will
'music teaching. In many of the at J. J. Finley. contests, both district and state : 'be1 The Sun!among will' pay *' least $JS each week for the correctly solved PRIZE-
; elementary schools programs Little is planned yet in the ele- for the band, orchestra and 4. SLACK not slick. Slick WORD PUZZLE. .If more than one correct solution to a weeks puzzle Is re-
1 money will be divided equally| among those submtttlng the cor-
were well given which would mentary schools (school doesn't chorus. The chorus is planninga means "shrewd, smooth of itolutionT

I begin until next ) but musical Dec. 5 but the manner or speech," and thereis ..
of Tuesday
7 FEATURE TIMES 1 3 5T9 have taxed the tried skill professionals on Solve the clue' as you would any crossword pun Ie. Determine from each
TAT | and the subject matter Mrs. Wade, music teacher at play is not yet settled. no real reason why you clue, the word which you think best fits the clue definition. Clip out the puzzle
\ I SUN. MON. ; 7.JLS23L."X* -*U* h nd' TUES.
S included music of real merit. Kirby Smith, is planning to Band activities will bt getting should "avoid" such people. i sale T will' not be acceptable. This contest is based on skill. The
t meritorious have their sixth .ready for the football SLACKS makes a sound answer, decision of the 9i" be final and all contestants taking part must
I Another very part put on games agree TO accept this as a condition of entry. All entries become the ,
i of the program was the various the Christmas show this year,, performances, under Baggerly. 7. HOUNDED not wounded. property of the Gainesville. Publishing Company and none can be retumed. /I iS.

AM Es DEAR !clinics which were participated, and the students of that gradeare Edward Carwithen is orchestraand "Could decide," implying a families. Anyone may, except enter this employes contest.of the Gainesville Publishing Company and thefr

in by very large groups of earn- also to be taken to the chorus director.In .
: choice favors HOUNDED. If 6. After
students singing May Folk Festival at Stephen Gainesville High School postcard. filled In the puzzle, paste It on the back of a tour-crnt
est playing or f Mail It from a Florida
tIlUf haveno pOstotflc" tit PrizewOrd
wounded the Pete Gainesville ,
{ man may Sun
P. O. Box ,
.L ;with a skill that told of hours Foster Memorial. The other Dorothy Reaves, director of or Department 57 Gainesville Florida or bring It to the Gainesville Sun Circulation -
such choice. Pounded is too Office 101
SE 2nd Place. ,
The I teachers the Margaret chestras is not to prize, must be received All entries to be eliOibte for the
'of painstaking instruction. are same, ready an- atEnfrlt f at the Gainesville Sun office not later than Wednesday -
':clinics cf the i Manson Lanier Bardwell Donald- vague. am. We are not responsible lost or delayed In the
are again part at Sidney nounce plans, enclosed In envelopes' cannot be "cce'ptd? mall.

: :coming season. Helen Wallace at Stephen Fos- son says the band is busy with 8. TABLE not sable. Truer of 7. There can be no correspondence

-- I The music teachers have a ter, Mrs. Chipley at Lake For- football games programs.Mrs. TABLE, particularly as regardsthe each reader may submit not more than or FIVE telephone entries calls In each regarding week's the contest.contest.

: \ nt-wJ.lB.i'U ,fine working organization call- est and also at the two new Walter Murphree, direc- clue's emphasis on its "dis- CirculatIOn B. A copy 0' the nf'lf'thll'V' Sun may be examined free of charge at the
I ;ed The Alachua County Music schools, Myra Terwilleger and tor of choral music, says there 'lay in an exclusive store set Fia.. during regular office hours Gainesville. Sun -t 101 SE 2nd Place Gainesville

snots :Teachers Association of which Idlewild[ and Sue Moore at will be three choral groups, the ing." Certain TABLES can look f. Wlnn@fs If ,

I r .NEMASco+ :. the chairman is Joe Jchnson,I Lake Forest.In all-girl, the all-boy and the mix 'quite ordinary and insignificant, PUZZLE will: be announced any and and correctPuzzle a new solutions PRIZEWORD ts this PUZZLE Sunda..s published PRIZEWORD In next

i hoaWiNATALE! O D.*SAl MINED 1 ;music teacher of WestwooJ Junior the junior high schools of edgroup.A when set apart, without such a I Sundays Gainesville Sun.

I .. .W. ,0 J.MBACXW.M..CORM.cwnua, : High. The vice chairman is I the city the music directors are: high light of the fall se- "setting." The same cannot be i errors 10. The or GalDeSYiIla any Sa.,.reserves which the right to torreet any typographical
P. K. Yonge band Buchholz. Mr. Frye Howa r d mester's will be Lerner s ccanectioa lVew: may appeu in astir published material
I ; _. Mr. Baggerly, ; program -said of a new sable, however, oonteet.
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5I =- -=-= director. The secretary is Dorothy Bishop, a m elot, which stands out anywhere.

NO2 Reaves, who is the strings Westwood, Joseph Johnson. scheduled for N o v e m her 11 9. REST not jest. "Later on,
I f1Ew FUN HITS! I No. 33
', teacher for all the Gainesville'These named are handling the through 14, by arrangementwith a man might come to regret an

1, i FIRST AREA RUN o I public schools. bands and choruses of their Tams-Whitmark Co. The ill advised REST," certainly,

I DaIYI.IN THEATRE OPEN SHOW 'M0:30 SEE AS BOTH' "LATE I Two new music teachers schools. They are planning; to annual Christmas program, an- such as taking a holiday at a Clip and Paste on a 4c Postcard

I Lr a.fle.a.Raad2O.FeLJnf) : ,have been appointed, Mtrtha enlarge the Junior High Festi- other high-light, will feature lan- time when conditions didn't justify -

1, I GALA "BACK-TO-SCHOOL" FAMILY SHOW ,Schwartz will be the new music val, to be held as usual on April guage groups, besides chorusesand it. Regarding jest, he will

h; See "DOLPHINS" 7:20 6O t At 9:00 CALL FOR BIDS 1, to include a concert in instrumental groups I probably realize his blunder at

I A I NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSSealed the evening open to the public, The first semester will also i the time. Test is weak as regards AS ING FAeAO

I GIRL'S INCREDIBLE ADVENTURE ON A LOST ISLAND! bids will be recleved by Mr. G. and have instrumental performers present the ALL State Music the clue phrase "though
: Chairman, Alachta County Ar
Commission. 21 East University Avenue.I as well as choruses. This Clinic, to be held in Jacksonville for the fun of it."

I I'I'I I j rwI Island ,I I p Gainesville.m.. EST Florida Tuesday, not September later than 8. 1964.2:30 program last year was one of in early January. Some 12. CAR not cab. The clue's sug- TES IR/
""at which time and place all bids received the: outstanding ones. ten: or fifteen solo students will of favors e
I prearrangement
will be publicly opened and read gestion
Ir ea R E
r t f a l In P. K. Yonge Laboratory 3e selected through
NE scT ma l aloud for furnishing all labor and materials open compe- CAR. You'd presumably be
"I' at1 NER FOR BEST C for the installation of School plans are not at all com- tition for this. Choruses also able to cab "at railroad 9
a -
1 ALACHUA COUNTY COURTHOUSE." plate but some dates have been will compete. station," if required, with- u I
J S 91oh1ns Any bid received after the specified time A P /N/
: and date will not be considered.The out having it "waiting" for

d'r: r hall within bidder ten if consecutive awarded calendar the contract.days I People in the NewsKANSAS I you, personally. A cab is one 1 ES r USIs

of such for CAR in case.
Sy after written notice being given use a any

J\\ with award.the enter Owner Into In accordance a written with contract the CITY, Mo. (AP) Newsweek Magazine, is the 13. DYER not dyes. The clue AND / /

JI -2ND COLOR. .LAFF.HIT AT 9:15- accepted bid. Baseball club owner Charles weekend guest of President and suggests something other than
No bidder may withdraw his bid for a I 11 I I,
period of thirty days after the date set Finley, wearing a Beatle wig he Mrs. Johnson at their Texas the "colors" themselves; but IMAVIN

I II Tony Curtis Christine Kaufmann for the In opening.strict.accordance Each bid must with the be Proposal submitted said cost $35, arrived by plane ranch as the result of a spur-of- I the dye are the "colors" them-

I 1 Form, fully completed which Proposal Friday with 40,000 tickets whichhe the-moment invitation by the 'elves. The DYER. "might possibly N/ 0 A
\ Form Is shown In the specificaII -
I t r. \ tions. hopes to sell for the Beatles President.Mrs. be blamed,"
'Wit 1nd'W' ander l yes. C L G Mt
u ( II All work shall be done In accordance concert he is sponsoring Sept. Graham was among
I 4P' with plans, specifications and contract" 17. MAP not mop, "an ordinary
IItCnCOlOR "E documents relative thereto which maybe well-wishers at Atlantic City of 2
MAP as distinct one Y L wE K
/ I'. a.w I examined at the office of Myrl Hanes 17.The ,
'" .a..L. : 'f '" concert will be held in airport as the presidential party
I :J'.1'lonsleurCo Associates 201 NW Tenth Avenue. Gainesville a more obscure nature, yes; '
glL1C 'AI / Florida. One set of such plans and municipal stadium, home of prepared to leave by Air Force 1864 BELL-McCLURE SYNDICATE
obvious "howto
I contract documents and forms for bidding -i but> it is pretty
may be secured by General Contractors Finley's Kansas City Athletics. you are not now a home-delivered sub-
If 1 from this office I by depositing jet.The use" any mop. and would
J I I" like to have The Sun
( DRIVEINTHEATRE therewith the sum of five dollars ($,.00).. About 10,000 mail orders already President, while shaking 23. BAG not rag. It is quite nor- please check box. Extra Bonus for
I This deposit will be refunded upon sub-
in. said he is hands with Mrs. Graham invit-
''I) SUBURBIA mission of a bona fide bid and return are mal for any rag "to get very subscribers. See Rule No. 2
i jof the plans and contract documents paying the Beatles $150,000 for ed her to come along. used Name
I.in good condition on the date set for dirty, being primarily
I'' opening of the bids. Additional sets requested their performance. "Okay, she said, "I'll get my 'for cleaning. Specifying "a
First Time 7:30 I for purposes other than the submission bags."
of a bid will be furnished at WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) plumber" favors BAG.
the actual cost of duplication but without Street Number
I d refund. Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr. TALLAHASSEE (APThe 24. SALVER not silver. The clue Mail to: Prizeword Contest
Bidders' qualifications must be satisfactory said Friday he'd never said "A- can apply to a SALVER (a The Gainesville Su.

I DWARFING THE MIGHTIEST The to Owner the Owner.reserves the right to relect OK" when he made America's dates of the state speaking tour tray), or to an item of silver; Box 57, Gainesville, Fla.
all bids.ALACHUA. to be made by Gov. Farris
j COUNTY COMMISSIONG. first suborbital, flight on May 5, but silver normally implies silverware -
were changed.
t M. Davis Chairman l61. t __>i Bryant in a collective sense, City State Phone
(3563) 1:23. 30 'The Florida Jaycees said Friday..Bryant's -
"II Shepard, vacationing in Wilmington which need have no single
,.,. .... .
I public speeches -
S ,....a..... ,'Dellwith: reT tfv'6sT "country of origin.:" > o Pfixeword Pete
.aa about Florida's government and
I Joseph C.le+presents said It public relationsman
was a 25. FEW not new. "The FEW
.. y,6 Tarr..... his administration will begin at
lY 'r >< 4 .. who picked up the term dress she has," yes; but "she"may
Cocoa Beach 1.
Kaw.. frld t ., from the chatter of control sta Others are: Jacksonville, Sept. not have any "new dress- CLUES ACROSS
tions. Shepard, however doesn'tmind "
..yl jil+ r, 8; West Palm Beach, Sept. 22; es
eau a the attribution."It's 1.-an animal, even without noticeable harm
) .' ICLUES can get a man
Fort Pierce 29
1)1 8e1 1 a r . *.. part of American folk- Sept. ; Daytona DOWN: into serious trouble.
214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 I lore, so I we'll along Beach, Oct. 6; Pensacola, Oct. 1. LOVELY not lonely. The
guess go
5. TV can help to insure that certain is known
8 Gainesville Nov. 11 Tampa, a to all.
ALSO IN OCALA with it," he said.ATLANTIC ; ; clue implies regret that "certain
Nov. 16; Fort Lauderdale, Nov. areas" are no longer so, favoring 7. That a number of should be very much alike might

Ii vtr I KIDDIE KORT CITY, N.J. (AP) 24; Orlando, Dec. 1; St. Peters LOVELY rather than lone- hardly surprise you.

Mrs. Philip Graham, publisher burg, Dec. 7; Miami Beach, Dec.
ly.: Also, the clue phrase, "and 8. To close up, in a sense.
; J of the Washington Post and 8.AT. "
I p t- ., Cr Endfietd Produdanr : ....---- built his cities, has more point 9. You could the
CHILDCARE :1' I easily get impression that such a characterwas
I for LOVELY. not sincere.
.1 r rf ,. l BACK TOSCHOOL 5. LOAM not loan. "Farmer"is
I 10. Allow to be seen.
LOAM there be-
ing no overriding reason to 11. A runway. .
i(f, a.I ++1khnM.w e choose loan. Load and loaf are 13. You see with them.
.1 Day Wk. Mo. z
I 2nd Feature 14. A teacher may well remind a girl that refined young ladiesdo
i 12. CAKE not "For best
Pick at Littlewoodand cape.
THE INCREDIBLE up r not do so.
Terwilliger Schoolson results, it is" necessary to "cuta
WOMEN of the WORLD Newberry Rd. cape with" skill, rather than 15. Loose, gritty particles.

J :I FR 2.6567 merely "with care." CAKE is 18. How a prude may possibly look when offended.

+ael I Ii : more apt for the context of the 21. When doing so, a person can hardly be ignored, as one

p clue. might wish.

z 14. EXPORTS not exp e r t s. .
AIR CONDITION NOW! 24. How old you are.
I I i"Few EXPORTS of any sort, Loud

i yes; but, even among "primi- 25. cry.

tive" peoples, there are a fair 26. Periods of time.
Gainesville's Largest Window Air Conditioner Dealer : number of individuals who are

Morgan Typewriter Agency i experts of some kind. CLUES DOWN

: 17. MOTET not motel. A MO-

BEAT TET is far from being a popular 2. It's because of their natural that monkeys can perform

SALE form of music, but, in certain tricks.

< I THE HEAT "your" opinion and "to your 3. Naturally, a waiter won't like it if you him.

,. DOUBLE REGULARTRADE surprise," it "might turn out to 4. In which much responsibility may rest upon the captain.
5. They might easily draw a woman's protective instincts.
r be rather nice.
: Generally one
in certain
their businesses.
INOn motel to be "rather 6. They serve purpose
: and ONLY Authorized Fedders Air Conditioner Dealer in Gainesville. nice" in the first place even 12. Human beings.
I Any Typewriter Regardless of ConditionSee though one motel may be super. 16. Finding the exhausting, a runner might be forced to

;. We Also Sell Large Quantities of Admiral Air Conditioners- i And Try Them ALL at MORGAN'SSMITHCORONA lot to another. drop out.

S .T '- ,' -a first class unit with good prices. 19. Stake not snake. The 17. In a store a man with no head for figures may hate
!"" '" p4. r v w checking it.
T-_t ;: 0001ER1ST.ORS'Good: Unit and Good Prices. : .i 'STAKE, yes; but poisonous 19. Capital of Italy.
snakes rather than
COro--. 'I say 20. To which reference might be made during a learned lecture I
We sell units that know the best
; only we are to buy. rtELEC7RI snake, which may be harmless.
I WE SERVICE ALL UNITS WE SELL Also, while the STAKE has a I on space.
C PORTABLE 22. The person it is used on may well be apprehensive.
I ; T i mere "association, a poisonous ;
23. Of recent origin.
II (snake can cause death.
All units ore Flus'N' K
Mounted. EMA Cools I Moisture Delivered ,20. REAL not deal. "A REAL
BTU Sq. Removal Price 'table whether it be "a deal
I Rating Amps Volts r;. pct hr. of Unit

\ f Controlled Thermostat 4,500 8 115 250 1.5 109.88 table" or any other kind, "is"better' FREE WORD LISTTHIS

5,000 8 Sit 290 1.7 128.97 than a wooden box.

: ";llfr* Speed Fan. 6,200 7Y2 115 875 1.8 152.50 Solution Last Week's LIST CONTAINS AMONG OTHERS, THE
Sticf -out Chassis 10,000 12 230 375 2.75 181.97

14,000 12 230 610 4.6 199.97 Puzzle CORRECT WORDS FOR THE PRIZE CROSSWORD
All Certified NEMA
CN-1 Rated. 15,000 11.6 230 920 4 215.00
16,500 13.5 230 1.QOO 4.5 225.00 I PUZZLE
Prices include .r n L K M S liA1CTKIiHiOUNDEO _
17,500 12 230 1,040 5 235.00 k
19000 13.6 230 1,160 5.3 263.97 I
and 5 Years 20.000 14.3 230 1.190 6.4 266.75 M GALE MEN SHOW :
Warranty 'on Sealed 25,000 16. 230 1,500 8 304.50 I i- R EIStT L BASHING GAME MILL TIERS I
'Refrigeration.'SrstemJ. } R BILL GAS NEW TILL
r ** .'. ." w N .' 6 gLot: CARBONS GASHING OILY TRIM
Double Hung or Jalousie Window $7.50 Casement Window or thru Wall $22.50 REMINGTON UNDERWOOD NEED 0B AGE FACT HURRY PUSH WILY


!: We Sell Central and Install C. B. Bohannon J r.c ... Double Our complete Trade-In Terms Service Value "Serving Since Central 1935"Florida. I

-au Air rt U Htatfno us Conditioning for Including trte estimates all duct I full Dept.manufacturers assures you of Complete Office Supplies Line of $. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

I S.E. 7th St. 8tk Ave. Phone FR 2-9561 guarantee 901-903 N. MAIN ST.

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SUNDAY News; Stewart Hensley, Chevales de Espana (The test, a young lady wins a R4SCALIDRAHY4ULDNTry i J
j' Morning and Afternoon UPI; and NBC's Elie Kids from Spain). (60 shiny new car and a tripto Z l't sE NER .. ((4 -" /
Abel. min.) Italy. It's not love at ,r +
7:00 B (Color Words q r 1. ', ,4 4
) Living ] ie
O Twentieth Century 8:30 O B Grindl-Imogene first sight when she meetsan
7:05 B (Color) Relevant "Frogmen of the Future" Coca II Italian prince. Diana azt.r

.. Religion reports on the training "The Taming of a Ty Dors, Vitorio Gassman. 0'r
, 7:30 B Gospel Caravan program of the U.S. Navy rant." While working in a :11:30 O Peter Gunn -
8:30 B Gospel Songs Underwater Demolit ion socialite's household, Mystery ,.
8:35 O Sen. George Smathers team and the seaairlandteam. Grindl spearheads a strike I MONDAY

8:40 O Lippy the Lion against a tyrannical but Morning And Afternoon
9:00 O You Are There 6:30 O News, Sports, ler. 6:10 D Continental Classroom 7 .'<:
1 "Salem Witch Trials." WeatherO 6:15 O ScopeO 1 / ::,
9:00 O O Bonanza -
O TV Time
Gospel Mister EdComedyEd Western Summer Semester __
9:30 Q Bible Answers rebels when Wilbur 6:30 O World Civilization HONEST INJUN, AUNT LOWEEZY!! Tt PER TH'PARSON'S 1.
O Gospel Songs and Carol decide to build (Color) "A Pink Cloud" 6:40 D (Color) Living Words == ARE VE GOIN* ELV/INEYU I GOT YORE MAIL-ORDER HAT t 5AKEI .
m Together We Worship their swimming pool in Comes from Old Cathay. 6:45 O Pastor's Study I TH'CHURCH SICH A SPUTTIN'HEADACHEIUH JEST GOT HERE!! RECKON I
It 10:00 O International Zone the middle of his pasture. The surprise Hoss ordered CD Hi Neighbor SOCIABLE tl OUGHT TO GO
,I O Lamp Unto My Feet (Color) News from a Chinese trading 6:50 O Farm and Home ..c TONIGHT? l y % st

II (B This is the Answer 7:00 O Bill DanaComedy"The company finally arrives, 7:00 O CD Today rnrn .*3)Q-' l
10:30 O Faith for Today Party in Suite 15" beautiful and it turns womanlabeled"wife. out to be a Scheduled: a tour of art _t t8z9

I. O This Is the Life seems to be getting out of critic Aline Saarinen'sNew
B "Frontiers of Faith" hand, and Jose thinks York home.
II 11:00 O Image U.S.A. something should be done O Burke's Law- O Local News J

O Church Service about it-even if the hostis Mystery 7:05 O Ranger Hal '

.J B Rocky and His a VIP's daughter.O The death of an art dealer 7:50 O Local News Z
! Friends Lassie leads Burke to severalof 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo r -
!. 11:30 Q Flight Lassie searches for the the deceased's former 9:00 O Divorce Court
,it' B Beany and Cecil Martins' lost sheep. clients who are almost as O Bachelor Father
I 12:00 O Revival LID Patty DukeComedy"The unusual as the bizarre CD (Color) Romper

,'i i O Cartoons Wedding Anniversary items they were talked Room THIS OCCASION TODAY IS THE GREATESTMOMEMTOFMY 1 HAVE LIVED TO SEE.
B Bugs Bunny Caper." Ross entersPatty's into buying. Cast includes 9:30 O People Are Funny M M' IS BIGGER THAN LIFE. THE EXCHANGE OF
fl 12:30 O Oral Robertsi photo in a beauty APOLOGIES_ GOVERNOR.I PLANETS ,t-'
i I ( Movie-Adventure contest without telling 10:00 Q Make Room for i
I her. Daddy ,
"Savage Mutiny. (1953) 10:00 Q CD Du Pont Show y
7:30 O B Disney's World O News
I Jungle Jim's assignment: (Color) "Ambassador at
(Color) "The Scarecrowof CD Cameras Please I I )
, get the natives off an President Tomas I
Large. 10:30 O Color Word for ,
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: atom-bomb test. Johnny General Pugh's Latin-American Word 1 1Ira.t fRer.II. a
O I Love
thwart Dr. Lucy
I troops
Weissmuller Nelson
of Pais del Sol with an 10:55 J ..CrTHEONE
O CD News
to smuggle an
Leigh Angela Stevens, Dani-
iron fist, until fiery
11:00 O CD ConcentrationO
Gregory Gay. ((90 min.) American spy and a Brit Pd OS.O i
lo Diaz sounds the cry :sb r E
r ish deserter out of McCoys 86t d
i Navy ce.Tib..,
12:45 O Baseball- of "elections or revolu "
England, but the vicar 11:30 O CD (Color) Jeopardy
Dodgers vs. CardinalsIf gains an unexpected ally. tion." Cast includes Peter O Pete and Gladys U-

this game is not com Cast includes Patrick Mc- Falk, Arthur Kennedy, 12:00 Q CD (Color) Say When 9
pleted by 3 p.m. the network Goohan George Cole, Andrew Duggan, Larry O Love of Life
will break Hagman and Oscar Ho-
Championship" filmed at
sequences Search for Tomorrow,
land Hills Country Club. hitch a ride on a rocket, the University of Florida, 12:45 O Guiding Light LOOK AT THE CUTI ; f r I
1:00 O Baseball Gainesville, one student I BOOK e
I provided he can convinceMr. 12:55 O CD News
Giants vs. Braves Buckley of the Astro- gets an unusual phone call 1:00 O News, Weather ? '
2:00 B "Littlest Hobo Dynamics Corporation to from the university president O Midday 0 1 \

2:30 B Movie-Drama send the rocket to Mars and another arrives CD TV Bin;o r
"Surrender-Hell!" ((1959)) instead of to Venus. at a sorority houseto 1:15 O Focus 2
3:00 O Golf Championship 8:00 O Ed Sullivan find his girl friend 1:30 O CD (Color) Let's (

(Special) Actress Ginger Rogers, about to go out with someone Make a Deal G!) ; i1T1'J'tr

3:30 Q To Be Announced pop singer Buddy Greco else. O As the World Turns )
4:00 O Not for Hire Mystery and veteran entertainer 10:30 O What's My Line? %:06 O CD Loretta Young .,.
B Olympic Trials Sophie Tucker' provide the Actor Martin Gabel joins O Password
1 (Special) musical highlights of the Arlene Francis, Dorothy 2:30 O SD Doctors
4:30 Q Star and Story show. Burt Lancaster ap Kilgallen and Bennett O House Party ---
I 5:00 O TopicO pears in film clips from Cerf. 3:00 B CD Another World jjilliiIi I r I I'EO r* DAGWOOD. I al j>M A HUNCH
Film Feature his forthcoming movie 11:00 O News, Weather, O To Tell the Truth A Lrr r Er $lhs. THE BACK YARD I I'M A FIGHTING LOSING
(B To Be Announced "The Train" and there'sa Sports 3:25 O News NAP ._, NEEDSCUTTING BATTUE
5:30 O Danger Is My taped interview with O News-Harry Reasoner 3:30 O m (Color) You Don't WILL NICE BEF i
I Business Lancaster on the movie
(Color) "Speedboat Jock. set in Paris. Topo Gigio, 11:15 O MovieWestern"Blood O Edge of Night A
ey." the Italian mouse returnsto Arrow." (1958)) A 4:00 O Match Game z ..,.,.. i b II V r
B Blue Angels- discuss football with his Mormon girl and a scout O Secret Storm 1 \
Ad'fnture"County friend "Eddie." Comedians must get a serum to her CD (Color) Popeye's Pals 0p !
Fair." Warner Jan Murray and settlement in time to stop 4:25 O News i
Jones Don Gordon. George Kaye do monologs, disease from spreading.I' 4:30 O Burns and Allen i
I 6:00 Q B Meet The Press and other laughs are provided Scott Brady, Paul Rich' O Yogi Bear yJ ( \,1t-
(Color) Secretary of State by the Grecco and ards, Phyllis Coates. I' CD Movie: ..Q.c'J'ou
Dean Rusk is interviewedin Willard comedy team. 1\Iovie-Comedy "Five Came back." 529IT'S .
Washington by Peter Songs and dances from "The Love Specialist. ((1939)). Chester Morris -- -- -- -

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By JACK GOULD Anderson Ed Nelson, Mia Far-'I An hour-long drama series on families. 7:30 p.m. on N.B.C. adL r (i{ rf4 /

i NEW YORK, The fall tel. row, Ryan O'Neal Barbara the experiences of a state legislator Nov. 8 (Sunday) "Profilesin i
, evision season is going to be a Parkins Paul Langton and played by Richard Crenna. Courage." Dramatizationsbased 1 ,
little different. Monst e r s, Mary Anderson. Tuesday and 10 p.m. on C. B. S. on the book of President <
spooks spirits and distaff robots Thursday, 9:30: p.m. on A.B.C. : Sept. 22 (Tuesday) "World Kennedy. 6:30: p.m. on N.B.C. y il4uu r d iiu
will be a new TV vogue Sept. 16 (Wednesday) War I." Documentary Series. 8 mlimstu -
but they do not augur a cycleof "Shindig." A half hour of the p.m on C. B. S.; "The Man Police + -'ye t7 tA '.. l -
horror. Their common twistis musical beat favored by teen From U.N.C.L.E." Agents of Chicago
agers. 8:30 on A. B. C.; the United Network Commandfor
fun at the of the
Not For
} mal world. "Mickey. Mickey Rooney por- Law Enforcement shield Eager z JU5TOFF NEW YORK o HAVE SOME FORGOT THE GIRL HAVENt fORGOTTEN AREA VERY ,
The most revolutionary innovation trays the owner of a seaside society from assorted tribula '9 GENERAL HARBOR ACTION SOON.' H05TA5ETHEY DCOW-Y...' POTEET, Y1ND MAJORITY
in programing is the serialization -motel. 9 p.m. on A. B. C. tions. 8:30 p.m. on N. B. C. Next Week o 9' .', PHILERIE/THS HAS r1M % HAVE ON BOARD. SHAKY,: WANTA gur I CFONE'CVENtr_I HATE ME

of "Pe>'ton Place." Sept. 17 (Thursday) "Be- Sept. 23 (Wednesday) "The NAVY UNKNOWNTHAT'S AM rrlIP GOT DOODLY BE INTO TODAY!
The Grace Metalious novel 1 will witched." Elizabeth Montgomery Cara Williams Show. The actress CHICAGO (AP-A policeman z SUBMARINE THE BOUNTY -AND YCUt THINS
i be offered twice a week and, is a suburban housewitch has difficulty concealingher shuddered as he watched the < I 11 INTERNATIONAL-CONTACT IN &KNOTS-ANP MAKING J4 INTO THi9 WITH YOU,1

if it succeeds in the ratings whose supernatural powers marriage from her employer. wailing line of youthful human- u .WATERS... STEVE HITS li -:
might usher in an era of night- solve assorted problems. 9 p.m.on On C. B. S. ity clogging Randolph Streetin r 125 KNOTS
time soap opera. Another nov A. B. C. Sept. 24 (Thursday) "The downtown Chicago Friday.If 9 1 J
elty is "Bristol Court" which I Sept. 18 (Friday) "Jonny Munsters." Frankenstein (Fred celluloid had this effect he > .1 I L
: will bring a common story Quest. A towhead's advanturesin Gwynne), the vampire (Yvonnede pondered what would flesh do II
i. theme to three half-hours in' the form of animated panel Carlo) and Dracula (Al to them? Ecrn ) r -
succession. Already Hellvwood drawings. 7:30 p.m. on A. B. C.: Lewis) yearn for a quiet life His problem involved four EptlZ r
is talking of "horizontal" and "The Addams Family." The among new neighbors. 7:30 p.m. Beatles in film and some v
"vertical" serials. 1,000 pushing screaming teen --->
: cartoons of Charles Addams on C. B. S.
Herewith the list of fall premieres -are brought to life. 8:30 p.m. "Daniel Boone." Fess Parkeris agers outside the theatre where
: on A. B. C."Valentine's. the good scout in the Cum- the Beatles' first movie openedat I
Sept. 13 (Sunday) David Day." Tony berland Gap. 7:30 on N. B. C. 8 a.m. Friday. -rAP rAT'MOFF WHY DO 61ii.5 BCAUS=- TFY { GIVES
I Niven, Charles Boyer and Gig Franciosa plays the debonnaire "The Baileys of Balboa." Paul Two girls were injured when TOla GO FOR A6uY'WITJ.I HATE THEM
Young, assisted by Robert Coo-I bachelor editor. 9 p.m. on A. Ford is the skipper of a fishing the surging crowd shoved them I. A TI4RLI.: FLAKE LL, SOM6THIKJSC3VIOUS
tes and Gladys Cooper appear B. C.; "Twelve O'clock} High." boat. 9:30: on C.B.S. through a plate glass window. t OFF! TO CHAMSS'
\ as "The Rogues" three gen An hour-long TV version of the Sept. 25 (Friday) Tne En. The theatre had sold 5,000 ad- <
,f tlemen dedicated to droll fleecing film and novel about the 918th tertainers." An hour of musi- vance tickets. G. 1
of the unwary. 10 p.m. on bombardment group in World cal variety starring Carol Bur- The Beatles will be in Chicagoin
N.B.C. War II. 9:30 p.m. on A. B. C. net, Bob Newhart and Caterina person a week from Satur-1 1 5HELLOJUCSE..UEUTENANT
Sept. 14 (Monday) "VGyage Sept. 19 (Saturday) "Flip- Valente. Art Buchwald will bea day. That didn't bring very I 1I .
to the Bottom of the Sea." Richard per." The dancing dolphin is regular. 8:30: p.m. on C. B. S. many cheers to the police department -I r. !
Basehart and David Hadi- an underwater lassie. 7:30 p.m. "Comer Pyle." Jim Nabors either. 1
I son guide an atomic-powered on N. B. C.; "Mr. Magoo." the portrays a naive hillbilly in f

submarine on daring assign cartoon figure has the lead in the Marine Corps. 9:30 p.m. on He'd Feel a Bit =
4 ments. 7:30 p.m. on A.B.C.; "No animated dramatization of class. C.B.S.; "The Reporter." The ,
/ Time for Sergeants." Sammy ic tales. 8 p.m. on N. B. C. experiences of an aggressive Out of Place
Jackson portrays the resourceful "Kentucky Jones." Dennis New York play.
hillbilly. 8:30 p.m. on A.B.C. Weaver, the limping Chester of ed by Harry Guardino. 10 pjn. COLUMBUS Ind. (APStateSen. = WORK FOR KENO?) HE SA P HED GCVE MC YOU SAY? AlSOUr R! ARE YOU MEN I4ER E rot ;: -? WE'P LIKE W
"Wendy and Me." George "Gunsmoke" portrays 2 widow- on CLB.S. John R. Reese is ponder-I WHAT JUMP CF v THIKTY PER CENT Of-THE SOME GOLF?' TAUC WITH HIM
Burns is stage of a veterinarian who whether 9 WORK; pATn-ry IOSSES OF THOSE PERSONS I IZ. i
manager adopts a Sept. 26 (Saturday) "Gilligan's : ing to accept an invitation BRING TO HIS CASINO ..
I domestic situation series star- Chinese youngster. 8:30 p.m. on Island. Bob Denver plays to a statewide Democratic 3
ring Connie Stevens. 9 p.m. on N. B. C. the awkward owner of an island. seminar for legislative can- 'tere
I A. B. C.; "The Bing Crosby Sept 20 (Sunday) "Broad- 8:30 pjn. on C. B. S ; "Mr. didates.A < i iti %
Show." The singer plays a sensible -side." Edward Andrews and Broadway." Craig Stevens is a'' letter signed by Democratic '
father whose household in- Kathy Nolan star in the sagaof sophisticated public relations' State Chairman Manfred

cludes two daughters. On A.B.C. '''a group of waves at an isolated man. 9 pjn.: on C.B.S. Core, promised "our books will I tr
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Sept. 15 (Tuesday) "The navy depot. 8:30 pjn. on Sept. 27 (Sunday) "My Liv-' be completely open for any information -,
Tycoon. Walter Brennan A. B. C.Sept. the' :
portrays ing Doll. Bob Cummings is you want to use in the \
a board chairman with I 21 (Monday) "Many custodian of an automated Julie campaign I Q \ 7 :

unusual problems. 9 p m. on"Peyton Happy Returns." John McGiver Newmar. p.m. on C. B. S. i The senator, who has two F
.B.C. heads the complaint office of a Oct. 5 (Monday) "Bristol more .years remaining in his L
Place. The cast in-:department store. 9:30 p.m. on Court. Three interrelated half term, is a Republican L t '

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MONDAY evening, TUESDAY 'til 5 p.m.

Monday Evening Isthefocusofthisfilm. wife from gaining custodyof Kim Novak," who lives rating the stage are sing- "Riding- Shotgun." (1955) 9:00 O Divorce Court 1:30 O CD (Color) Let's Make !

5:00 O Best of Groucho Included are footage of their 11-year-old son. in two diverse worlds: In I[ ers Leslie Uggams, Gloria The shotgun guard of the O Bachelor Father a Deal i

4 O Adventures in Soviet cosmonaut Valen- Two hours. Cast includes Hollywood as a star, and Lambert, Bob McGrathand Deepwater Stage is accused CD (Color) Romper Room O As the World Turns (
I ParadiseS tina Tereshkova, clips of Bing Crosby, In- as a recluse in a small Hubie Hendrie. of conspiring with 9:30 0 People Are Funny 1S5EiBNews
5:25 O Mements in Sports the new American astro- ger Stevens and E. G. stone castle near Monte- O Star ParadeVarietySpecial bandits when the stageis CD Jack La Lanne 2:00 O CD Loretta Young I

:i 5:30 Q Newscope nauts in training and Marshall. rey, Cal. Joseph Cotton ( ) for their final robbed. Randolph Scott, 10:00 O Make Room for Daddy O Password i,

I 5:55 CD (Color) Local News, close-up shots of the moon 8:00 O I've Got a Secret narrates. outing of the season, Wayne Morris. (One hour, CD (Color) Cameras 2:30 Q CD Doctors !
[ 6:00 0 News, Weather, taken by Ranger 7. The 8:30 O Vacation Playhouse O Andy GriffithAs Meredith Willson and Rini 15 min.) Please O House Party

t Sports show also explores the Comedy two suspicious charac- do an encore, repeating 11:30 Q CD Johnny Carson 10:30 O CD Word for Word 3:00 O CD Another World I
I, 6:30 O CD News- Cbet pros and cons of the plan- "My Darling Judge." ters huddle near the bank their first 'program, tele- TUESDAY O I Love Lucy O To Tell the Truth
r Huntley, David ned Dunn has door, in and cast last June. Guests
Briakley moon landing, exam- Judge Cyrus Barney steps are Morning and Afternoon 10:55 O CD News 3:25 O News
\ O News-Cronkite ines the cost (an estimated made up his mind to let single-handedly capturesthe singers Caterina Valente 6:10 CD Continental Class- i
'7:00 O Zane Grey Western $30 million) and explains nothing stand in the way bank's president. and Sergio Franchi, and room 11:00 O CD Concentration 3:30 O CD (Color) You Don'tSay

: "One Must Die." The will the complexity of of a long-awaited fishing CD Fugitive-Drama the Young Americans, American Government: O McCoys I
,r of Thad Hobbes leaves all the operation. NewsmanBill trip, but somehow one "Angels Travel on Lone who perform Meredith'snew "American Foreign Poli- 11:30 O CD (Color) Jeopardy O Edge of Night
4:00 Match Game I
his property to one daughter Stout is the narrator. little thing after another ly Roads," conclusion of march "Ask Not." cy." O Pete and Gladys O
and nothing to the CD MovieMusicalDrama keeps popping up to test a two-part episode. A cou- Grand finale: "76 Trom- 6:15 Q Scope 12:00 O CD (Color) Say When O Secret Storm I

other. Attorney John Baj- his determination. ple of hoodlums on motor- bones," sung in English, O Humanities C-52 O Love of Life CD (Color) Popeje's Pals

I lor is caught between the "Serenade." (1956)) A talented 9:00 O Danny Thomas cycles run Kimble and French, German and Ital- 6:30 Q World Civilization '. 12:25 0 News 4:25 O News

two women when he humble singer becomes "Moose" was a catcher on Sister Veronica off the ian, is performed by 500 6:40 CD (Color) Living Words 12:30 O CD (Color) Truth or 4:30 0 Woody Woodpecker
comes to handle the involved with a Danny's grammar school road. high school bandsmen. 6:45 Q Pastor's Study Consequences
O Burns and Allen
Sarah and Melanie ruthless society woman. baseball team, but the 10:00 O Sing Along 10:30 CD Compass 12 CD Hi, Neighbor O Search for Tomorrow
I Hobbes: Joan Crawford. Mario Lanza, Joan Fon- once homely tomboy has (Color) Mitch and the Discussion 6:50 Q Farm and Home 12:45 0 Guiding Light CD Star Performance

;, Baylor: Philip Carey. taine, Sarita Montiel. changed and how she's gang use hand props to 11:00 O 0 News, Weather 7:00 O CD Today 12:55 Q CD News CD Movie:
j ": 0 Race for the Moon 7:30 O Movie-Drama changed. decorate the bare studio Sports O Local News, Weather 1:00 Q News, Weather "For Heaven's Sake."

t-r ',(Special Project Apollo, "Man on Fire." (1957)) A 9:30 O Hollywood and the stage, which emphasizesthe CD (Color) News, 7:05 O Ranger Hal O Midday ((1950)) Comedy starring

I c the U.S. effort to land a businessman tries des- Stars "Simplicity" theme of Sports, Weather 7:50 O Local News, Weather CD (Color) TV Bingo I Clifton Webb and Joan

I man on the moon by 1970, perately to keep his ex- Cameras go "In Search of tonight's show. Also deco- 11:25 O !\lode-Western 8:00 O Captain Kangaroovery 1:15 CD Focus 2 Bennett.

1:1:, ,1 TUESDAY evening, WEDNESDAY 'til 5 p.m. I THURSDAY evening, FRIDAY 'til 5 p.m. I

I 6:00 0 News, Sports, Weather lages over a kidnappedgirl. would be simple to trans- CD Jack La Lanne Thursday Evening sick teen-ager. '11:00 O O News, Weather, Please I

6:30 O CD News-Chet Huntley First telecast in 1957. form some of Burr's 10:00 O Make Room for Sports
5:00 Q Best of Groucho 9:00 10:30 O CD Color Word for I
O Perry Mason ( )
David min. into
I Brinkley ((60 ) dramatic scenes com Daddy
II CD (Color) News Weather Word .
I : O News Cronkite 8:30 Q Moment of Fear edy. To prove his point, O News 5:25 Q Moments in Sports "The Case of the Violent ,

# 7:00 O M Squad "Try to Remember." Jack shows film clips CD (Color) Cameras Vest." Herman Albright, Sports O I Love Lucy I
,ii( "Anything for Joe." Vic Policeman Dan Murphy from one of Burr's old Please 5:30 O Newscope fed up with his wife and 10:55 O CD News
,II Parker, a young pharmacy comes home to find his movies. 10:30 O O (Color) Word for 5:55 CD News, Weather, Sports her debts, starts to pur- 11:25 0 Frontier 11:00 Q CD Concentration
'1 student, confesses he wife passed out, an empty 10:00 O CD Civil War Word sue Grace Halley, a modelat ,
'I I /4 i stole narcotics from his whiskey bottle nearby Portraits History O I Love Lucy 6:00 O News, Sports, Weather the advertising agency Scout." ((1956)) A former O McCoys

I school. and a dead vacuumcleaner (Special) Hugh Downs in- 10:55 Q CD News 6:30 O 0 O News where he works. Grace, Army captain under Gen-
eral Custer is persuadedto 11:30 O CD (Color) Jeopardy
salesman troduces these studies of 11:00 O CD Concentration
next to her. who isn't Herman's
pleased by -
| O The Saint- 7:00 Q Rifleman-
do sleuthing to O Pete and Gladys
Cast includes Ronald Rea- Civil War generals Ulysses O McCoys attentions asks
"Iris. Racketeer Rick "The discover what became of 12:00 O O (Color) Say When
House" is
gan, Kim Hunter and S. Grant and Robert E. 11:30 O O (Color) Jeopardy Boarding Mason if there's some
Lansing receives a blackmail Lee. O Pete and Gladys run by reformed gamblinggal a secret supply of guns O Love of Life
I Barry Kelley. way she can break her
I threat the telephone
over CD McHale's Navy O Nuthouse Comedy 12:00 O GO (Color) Say When Julia Massini, but her contract. sent to an outpost. Tony 12:25 O News
t and the voice "French Leave for Mc- (Special) Jay "Bull- O Love of Life new business faces ruin- Martin, Peggie Castle, 12:30 O CD (Color) Truth or I

4 I is the Saint's.CD Hale" begins when he and winkle" Ward is responsible -12:25 0 News through blackmail. 9:30 Q CD New Christy John Bromfield, John ConsequencesO
1 Battle Line Documentary 12:30 O CD Color Truth O Movie-Western Smith. One hour 20
his crew are jailed dur- for this comedy hour. ( ) or Minstrels ( Search for Tomorrow

I\ last-ditch ing a visit to a French- 11:00 Q 0 CD News, ConsequencesO ( C o lo r ) "SpringfieldRifle. (Color) Comedian Jackie min.) 12:45 0 Guiding Light

I Japan's to halt the Americanswith attempt owned island. Weather, Sports Search for Tomorrow ." When his companyis Mason joins the Minstrelsfor 11:30 O CD (Color) Tonight 12:55 Q CD News

the use of kamikaze 9:00 O CD Richard Boone 11:25 O .Movie Western 12:45 O Guiding Light ambushed by Confede- this show, taped at FRIDAY 1:00 Q News, Weather
"Tombstone." ((1942)) Richard 12:55 O CD News rates, a major in the the Ford Pavilion at the O Midday
suicide planes at Okinawais "A Need of Valor." An
1:00 Q News) Weather
Dix, Frances Gifford. Union Army retreats. He's World's Fair. Morning and Afternoon CD (Color) TV Bingo
described. American general commanding 11:30 Q CD (Color) Tonight O Midday accused of cowardice and 1:15 Q Focus 2
; 7:30 O CD Mr. Novak a U. S. military WEDNESDAYMorning CD (Color) TV Bingo dismissed from the ser- 10:00 O CD Kraft Suspense 6:10 CD Continental Classroom 1:30 O CD (Color) Let's Makea

"The Exile" is Charlie advisory mission in a and Afternoon 1:15 Q Focus 2 vice. Gary Cooper, Phyllis Theatre- American Government Deal

Payne, a drop-out of three Southeast Asian nation be- 6:10 CD Continental Classroom 1:30 O CD (Color) Let's Thaxter, David Brian, (Color) "Are There Any "The Techniques and; O As the World Turns

t years ago, who now has comes increasingly frus- American Government: Make a Deal Paul Kelly. (Two hours) More Out There like Objectives of American 1:55 Q CD News
: nothing better to do than trated over the vacillationof O As the World Turns
"The Four Faces of CD Arrest and Trial- You?" Tom Bollingtoa Diplomacy" 2:00 O CD Loretta Young
t spend his time hanging that country's Premierin American Foreign Policy" 1:55 Q CD News 7:30 O Temple Houston- O Password
was spending a quiet I
combating the rebel 2:00 O CD Loretta Young
I around the school grounds. 6:15 O Scope
forces. His bitterness 6:15 O Scope O Password Western evening at home when 2:30 O CD Doctors

8:00 0 High Adventure reaches the critical point O Summer Semester 2:30 O CD Doctors When his prospective son- he learned that his daughter O Summer Semester O House Party

Thomas when his own soldiersonis 6:30 O World Civilization O House Party in-law is accused of horse and three college pals, 6:30 O World Civilization 3:00 O CD Another World
Lowell Thomas narrates 6:40 CD (Color) Living Words theft, Chief Last Full who went out for a joy- Words
killed in an ambush. 3:00 O CD Another World 6:40 CD (Color) Living O To Tell The Truth
I films of his expedition into Cast includes Richard 6:45 O Pastor's Study O To Tell the Truth Moon decides to take the ride, were in jail for kill- 6:45 0 Pastor's Study 3:25 0 News
t the heart of New CD (Color) Hi, Neighbor case to the courts rather And the Color HI
ing a pedestrian. Neighbor
Boone, Guy Stockwell and 3:25 0 News CD ( ) 3:30 Q CD (Color) You Don'tSay
Guinea, an area of headhunters Ford 6:50 O Farm and Home 3:30 O CD (Color) You than pay the usual bribeto kids treat the whole affair 6:50 O Farm and Home I
I and cannibals. Rainey. 7:00 Q CD Today Don't Say the Indian agent to get as just a holiday 7:00 O CD Today I.
t Accompanied by native O Petticoat Junction National Tennis Champion- O Edge of Night the accused tribesman lark. Cast includes O Local News, Weather O Edge of Night

police, Thomas traveled Betty Jo has her first ships at Forest Hill, N. Y. 4:00 O Match Game freed. Robert Ryan, Katharine 7:05 0 Ranger Hal 4:00 O Match Game
J 400 miles up the Sepik crush, but the object of (two hours) O Secret Storm 8:30 O CD Dr. Kildare- Ross, Adam Roarke and 7:50 O Local News, Weather O Secret Storm

River where the group her affections is more in- O Local News, Weather CD Popeye's Pals 'Four Feet in the Morning Sharon Farrell. 8:00 0 Captain Kangaroo CD Popeye's Pals
witnessed a tribal initiation terested in tinkering with 4:25 O News ," first of a two-part 9:00 O Divorce Court 4ZSONews4:30
I ceremony involving cars than he is in ro 7:05 O Ranger Hal 4:30 0 Magilla Gorilla story to be concluded next O Nurses- O Bachelor Father ti Supercar

\ mutilation. inspected an mance. 7:50 0 Local News Q Burns and Allen week on "The Eleventh "Climb a Broken Ladder." CD (Color) Romper Room O Burns and Allen

ancient village rooted in 9:30 0 Jack Benny-Comedy 8:00 0 Captain Kangaroo CD Movie: Hour," and featuring Rumor has it that one of 9:30 O People Are Funny CD Movie:

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Sunday, August 30, 1954 Gainesville Sun ID NEWS New TermIN


NORTH MARION'They'll < Sun Area Editor

.. BRONSON-Along about day-
II jt i ".::4 .'. break tomorrow there'll be a lot
j Pack New School I ':!I',,"., -?.(, .tI' of busy households in Levy

a 1 It.", 'rs' ;. County as some 2,700 youngstersare
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.ear lethargy
I f By BOB MEEKER 7 1 ment Includes a consolidation of] students, the increased enroll- department and agricultural de- '.: .' ." .-",,:,,,+---'N' _.-, ; .. starting a new school term.
, Sun Staff Writer I 110 ninth-graders transferring: ment has caused the staff to partment. ". ....J.,, /. ,>"" ,". .< \- ,
REDDICK -Anew North from Anthony, Citra, Fort McCoy look for additional space. .M't I'l", After the harried mothers
(; Marion County will attend a I II and Reddick. Appleby said he will hold window This construction and reducing floor :w._ O R'TH c. Yc shoo the last of their school-

a packed house tomorrow as an I Located on a 30-acre tract two classes in the gymnasium lobby area hallway ,. ,. bound brood out the front door,
I anticipated 350 students check in miles west of Sparr on State and the cafeteria in the morn- space, allowed air-conditioning !they can relax momentarily.
the entire school at
for the first day of the new tarm.j jI Road 329, the new $700,000 ings. The rear of the stage will a price Then it will be the same rou
I Students in grades nine t school is already short on be used for classes all day. A comparable to the "wing" type : tine each week day morning
:. through 12 from all of N o r t h space, according to Albert N. portable unit at the rear of the construction so prevalent in i: .': until next June 3. That's the last
modern schools the
I Marion Couny will attend abbreviated Appleby, principal. main building will provide one throughout R day of the Levy County school

classes tomorrow: "The situation is not as bad additional class mom.Airconditioned state, the educator said. v"f.,.< ,pv ,., .F. f ". term, and the day most of the
I allowing teachers time for con as it may sound," the principalsaid. except for the The school was built with an $:' 9 o-p.ki1. Y a o rR '. 5r youngsters will be looking for

ferences. the late afternoon.The ., "We have taught under kitchen, the school consists ofa eye to the future by puttingall ward to from the moment they
I new plant replaces the much worse conditions." main building surrounding a the shop and science room enter their schoolroom door
t old school in Reddick and the Constructed to house an immediate central court. A separate wing utilities necessary fora 500- around 8:30: tomorrow morning.

f expected overflowing enroll enrollment of 300 houses the gymnasium, music student school in the main around 8:30: tomorrow. morning.

building. i, C..S r ., ., I
1.1! IN GILCHRIST .. i f -. \ Levy County School Supt. A.
sY E. Mikell said that there will
units be built
Additional to
it be a full day of school tomor
can be classified as general a j
|IJ.IJ.Officials#j New Principal classrooms and built at a cost row, with all lunchrooms open.

much less burdening to the taxpayer ., He said he expects a slight
than those in the initial P increase in pupil enrollment -

1 II" To Welcome 1,000 Students building, Appleby said. p: not more than 25 to 40 and

based on last year's attendance,
In addition to nine actual
_.. total enrollment for the county's
j-I J TRENTON The big yellow pervisor for the Board of Edu Bell Principal M. W. Fieldingwill classrooms, the main building .n white and Negro schools wouldbe
school busses will roll tomorrow cation in Pike County. introduce six new teachers houses administrative offices, a
I as nearly 1,000 Cilchrist County Brown replaces Guy Germanywho and all the returning faculty to library, five-kitchen home ec Ready for Business about 2,750.
r The last attendance at
school children converge on Bell moved to neighboring Levy the student body. onomics instruction room and day's

and Trenton. County as principal at Chiefland School busses will follow! ap- the dual-purpose cafeteria-audi Carolyn Dennard, 18, 1964 North Marion graduate, and Bill Davis, 17, senior, the various Levy County schools
I Walter T. Brown, principal at High School. proximately the same scheduleas torium. study the floor plan of the new $700,000 North Marion High School, finding it last school term was: Williston
: t Trenton High School, said about Superintendent Eli Read and that of last a vast improvement over the old school in Reddick. Carolyn will attend Central High and Elementary, 638:
year. The music department, com-
_._ Chiefland High and Elementary,
500 students from kindergarten u .Um Junior this (Sun photo by Bob Meeker)
Florida i College
the new principal will greet the .;ec; k Yi.. plete with practice rooms, is year. 584; Wiiliston Vocational 602;
]. I(l through high school are expected student body at a general as- .. :w' located in the gymnasium wing. Bronson' High and Elementary,
for full of classesII'
Monday.a day sembly at 8:15 tomorrow. A full ,'3 which also houses the various IN DIXIE COUNTYEnrollment 239; Cedar Key High and Ele
schedule of classes will follow.
and shower :
: dressing rooms ment a r y, 155; Yankeetown
I The new prinicpal and Mrs. Classes start at Bell at 8:10 ..,":. ? :. .. along with athletic department School, 134: Bronson Elementary
''I Brown came to Trenton from tomorrow with a genera' assem :t offices. 70; Otter Creek .Elementary
j Shclbiana', Ky..where he was suI bly scheduled for 9:15. s The agriculture spaces con to Rise 41; Chiefland Junior High,

f fI S .T sist of two laboratories and a 236; Strong Elementary, Otter
I large shop area. Actual farmingarea Creek, 41.

1' Til Get You is practically nonexistentat school in the school This is about Asst. School Supt. Tilden Davis
By JOE DAY rooms for that are system.
the new school. said that if the
; e heat Da Y For This! : The principal said 37 acres Sun CorrespondentCROSS the planning stage. $600. less than last year's budget. trend of the past same few years general

were farmed by vo-ag studentsat Dixie Coun-
CITY The school superintendent were follower, slight enrollment
I could only be compared to that the old site but that farmers, ty schools will open for a new :pointed out that a gym has William (Bill) Rains is sup- increases could be expected at
I i A : of a caged black panther, which in the new area were reluctantto term tomorrow morning, witha been constructed at Oliver at ervising principal at Dixie. Chiefland and Williston high
n .1"V stares with a mixture of contempt rent land to the school be slight increase in enrcllment :a cost well below the usual cost County High and also:: servesas : schools and Williston Vocational
and indifference.In cause their tracts are so large. expected. of such facilities. The gym, county supervisor. Lloyd I the county's only Negro
fhe .. keeping with the law, he The North Marion football "We are looking forward to which still lacks a paint job: Jones is principal of the elem, high school.
was unshackled and those seat- field is expected to be completed a successful school year in Dix- :and covered walkway, has been entary department of Dixie The countY'school system will
i i ed near him had many tense 1 I. before the first home game ie County," were the comments constructed in three phases, High. employ 133 teachers this year,
i moments during the trial, es- and will seat about 1,500 spec- of School Supt. Leroy Locke, thus bringing about a ,savingin Davis said. There will be new

Mowing !/. pepially as Asst. State Attor.i I BROWN tators under Jight.... _.*--......*.. as 'he "noted improvements and cost. Locke said the'' School Other principals are PrinceE. : principals at three of the high
l ney Joe Hill "WilHams c''d n e -L -.L -1- I J'- < additions to"'some of the schools. Board eventually would have Oliver at Oliver High', schools. .
lay on a table within easy R "" Locke said that around 1,400 about $55,000 invested in the Wayne Hughes, Old Town, and I ,New principals are Henry Powell
By Sam McGARVEY reach. As the state proceededwith pupils are expected to answer gym and this is about $10,000 Mrs. Freddie Henley, Jena. Williston; Buren Dun-

Sun Staff WriterIn its case, and evidence the school bell tomorrow morn below the normal cost. Cody Jackson is assistanl t: avant, Bronson, and Guy Germany
mounted, tension in the court- Levy Bookmobile enrollmen t
ing. Anticipated s Chiefland.
and I
The School Board this principal at Dixie High,
convering this area, we'verun room increased, and finallythe ;are: Dixie County High and Ele year Clark Hardman is guidance Powell, who has been teach-
I into some rather tough cane and all other poten- mentary, 1,016; Oliver High adopted a budget of $659,416 for, counselor. ing at Williston, will replace L.
I characters, but the one who tial weapons were removed.In School, 230; Old Town Elemen- operation and maintenance of W. Jordan, who retired at the
stands out is a George Herouxa a noon recess, Heroux Schedule AltersA tary, 127; and Jena Elemen I end of last school term. Duna-
State Prison inmate who made one final attempt to es tary, 46.New -A- vant, who comes to Levy County
killed Asst. Prison Supt. Jim cape. While being led down the teachers in the Dixie from Suwannee County, re
Godwin on April 4, 1955. I stairway, he tried to shake off change of schedule for the Key Library; 12-1 p.m. Otter County school system this year I places Theron T. Morrison, re
Heroux had been sentenced the flanking officers by racing Central Florida Regional Li- Creek Elementary; 1:15 2:15: .will include Betty Hil ginboth- Santa Fe Bookmobile signed; and Germany, former
for armed robbery down in Miami down the stairs, but the attempt brary's bookmobile during the Strong Elementary School; 3- am, John Smith, Eugene Thomas I principal at Trenton High

.' but he cooked up a fantastic was frustrated. month of September has been 3:30, Gulf Hammock. Lynn Large, Diane Bell, School, replaces W i Iso n Roberts
escape plot, based on a Heroux's blonde girl friend, brought about by the openingof Sept. 12-9-9:45 a.m., Morris-I Charles Bell, Charles Marsee I The Santa Fe Regional Library Hawthorne, Shell School, 2:15- resigned, at Chiefland.
code in a Mickey Spillane book, Ruth Hoffa, who was charged the school year. ton; 10-10:45, Montbrook; 11:30- ([visiting teacher), Wilia Mae Bookmobile will resume its 2:50, Library, 3 3:20, by Bank, At Williston Vocational, the
( guns smuggled in the prison with conspiracy, took the stand 12:30, Raleigh. Russell, Glenda Smith and regular runs on Sept. 8. 3254. principal is Calvin Edwards,
I and hidden in a lard; barrel,I and freely admitted smugg- Levy County locations and Sept. 23-10-11 a.m. Chief- Steve Langston. The new fall schedule is as Second and fourth Mondays: who has been moved up from
and a paint daub on the highway <] ling the' murder weapon into times for the bookmobile are land Library; 11:15-2, Chief- Physical improvements not follows: Schucht Village, 12:40.1:05; acting principal.
I bridge as a signal that the prison. She told how she as follows: land Junior High School. ed by Locke include a rew library I First and Third Tuesdays: Archer Road Village, 1.10-1:40: Other Levy County school
I all was in readiness. I gained admittance to the prison Sept. 24 9:30-10:30: : a. m., constructed this past Forest, 32 N.E. 45th St., 12:55 Robbinswood, 1:45-2:05: ; ; Archer principals include B. R. Camp
i But Godwin upset the plan as a visitor, and how she Sept. 9 10 a.m. 2 p.m., Bronson Library; 10:45-12, Bron- year at Dixie High. Mrs. Marie ,-1:10, S.E. 48th St., 1:15-1:30; I by School, 2:30.3:30; O.K. bell, Cedar Key High School;
by placing Heroux in solitary, put the small Italian-make au Chiefland High School. son Elementary School 1-2 Smith is the head librarian, Micanopy, Elementary School,: Court, 3:50-4:10. W. W. Cook, Yankeetown; Fran
confinement, and Heroux's reaction -, tomatic which she had concealed Sept. 1010 -11 a.m. Willis- p.m., Bronson Road Camp.; and she is assisted by Mrs. 2 2:25, Junior High School,I Second and fourth Tuesdays: cis Gilbert, Otter Creek Elemen
' 1 was the snarled threat,' under her girdle, in a la- ton Library; 11:15-2, Williston Sept. 25 9:30-10:15 a.m., Dorothy Gee. 2:30 3:15, Library, 3:20.3:30: ; Corry Village, 9:25-10:15: ; Fla- tary, and Kathryn Harris. Wii
"I'll get you for this!" I dies restroom within the compound Vocational School. Inglis; 10:30: 11:30, Yankee- A multiple purpose outdoor Evinston, Post Office, 3:40- vet III, 10:20: 11:20: ; Flavet II, liston Elementary.
On April, when a guard at How the weapon got town Library.The playing area has been c o n- 4:05; Route 441, South End of 11:2512; Hague, 2 2-20: Ala- Other administrative person-
I tempted to "shake down" Her- from that restroom to H e r- Sept. 11-10 11 a.m., Cedar structed next to the new gym Payne's Prairie, 4:15.: chua, Near School, 2:30 3:30: nel in the Levy school system
I oux's cell, Heroux put a gun oux's cell was never explored bookmobile is scheduledto at Dixie High. It includes two First and third Tuesdays, Hitchcock's Grocery, 3:304:10.: includes Mrs. Joyce Bullock, di
on the guard and ordered him during the trial. be available every two Basketball courts, a tennis Blake-Meadow Nursery School Second and fourth Wednesdays -,rector of instruction, and Mrs.
to lead the way to Godwin. Moments Defense attorney John San- Keene Family weeks beginning in October. court and badminton c.*turts. and Kindergarten, 1 1:20; New- : Worthington Springs i Pearl Gibbons, general super
later, Heroux fatally tora did not put Heroux on the The Chiefland and Williston The band building has been berry ((1)) Elementary School, Post Office, 9:30-9:45; Provi- ,7SOC.
wounded Godwin, after break- stand, and the defense was centered LAKE BUTLER The J. W. libraries will resume winter painted, and all classrooms 2- 2:30, ((2)) Newberry High i dence, O'Steen's Store, 10:15: To operate the Levy County
ing through a door to get at on a plea for mercy. Keene family reunion will be hours starting in September.The have been cleaned, polished School, 2:45.3:30, Across from 10:45: ; Lake Butler, Consolidated school system this year, the
: him.When During the second day of the held Saturday, Sept. 5, at the libraries will be open from and painted where necessary. Baptist Church, 3:45 4:10. School, 11-15 12:10, Lake: But School Board has adopted a
you cover a trial, one trial, after the state's final ar civic center in Lake Butler. All 2:30: to 5:30: p.m. Monday, Tues: Locke said that at Oliver i First and third Wednesdays: ler Apparel, 12:15: 12:45, Union budget! totaling $1,272,271, an
I of the dramatic moments is guments had been presented,,by friends and relatives are invited. day, Wednesday and Friday.: (Negro) High School, a commer Raiford, Rahn's Store, 10. County Public School No. 1.1:30 I increase of about $70,000 over
when the alleged killeris State Atty. T. E. Duncan and Dinner will be served at Saturday hours are 9 a.m. to:cial department has been added 10:20; State Farm, Mrs. Zaf- 3:30, City Hall, 3:454:15.. last year. Davis said the increase
brought into court. There's a by Santora, Circuit 'Court t 1 p.m. noon I and that two new classPreparing fke's, 10:30.11:15; Lawtey Junior Second and fourth Thursdays: was mostly for instruc
craning of necks in the crowded Judge George Patten chargedthe High School, 12 1:15; Campville, 12 12:30; Orange tional purposes and school con
courtroom and interest is jury. f .t($' Hampton's Store, 2 2:3ft. Heights, Brown's- Produce struction purposes.

centered on the man who The verdict, guilty, but witha ( First and Third Thursdays: Market, 12:35 12:55; Melrose The biggest budget item is
stands to forfeit his life in the recommendation of mercy, Mason Manor, 2530 N.W. 11th Library, 1:10: 1:40;. Earlton, $753,135 for teacher salaries.
ensuing trial. left the court no alternative but Ave., 9:15 10; Westwood Es- 1:55 2:15; Waldo, Business Next is $99,500 allocated for
:' Heroux was of average to impose life imprisonment.As S tates, 4201 N.W. 13th Place, District, 2:45 3:30; Fairbanks, transportation (including two
I j height and build, with a lean, it turned out, the verdictwas ( 10:15 10:40; 16th Ave Extension Steve's Grocery, 4:10.: new buses), and the third largest
drawn face and penetrating anything but merciful, ..a. a 11 11:30; High Springs, Second and fourth Fridays: item is $59,750 for plant
e}'es. He glanced coldly around for because of his record, Her ; .B < x p + Library, 2:30 2:40: K'trk, by Brooker, Green's Store, 9:15'- operation.The .
the courtroom, and his look oux was confined for the rest School, 2:45 3:45, Ml. Olive 9:30, By School, 9:35 10:15; first school holiday will
I of his days to the death house. Church, 3:55-4:15.: Graham, Mrs. Lefevers', 10:3011 be Labor Day, Sept. 7. The
Willistoii IIi's All this happened some time +N P i S First and third Fridays: Hill- ; Hampton near School, 11:15 pupils will have- another holiday -
1. ago. But the man made suchan Y e crest Court, 12:15.12:30; Cross 11:50; Starke, R. J. E. School, on Oct. 16, a day set aside
r impression on us, that we 3W J .7 .5 Creek, Ehle's Trading Post, 1- 1:25 2:15, Library, 2.20, Ed for teachers to grade test pap
New Principal can still see his grim face, the : 1:10; Island Grove, 1:201:45; wards' Store, Collection Stop. ers.
mask of of society t 3
:. .1 an enemy
To Talk to PTA who exacted vengence and ;e ..

,. \, paid for it with his own life. ... ..
I. i 'Phone Co. Start
to Study
k \VILLISTONThe Wiiliston Need Bed? L <.
PTA will hear Henry H. Powell, -
,, new principal of Wiiliston High k .. $
BLOCKLEY, England (AP) .., ,
the rules ..
School, explain new '
The bed in which Toll-Free Service in
Shakespeare'smother.inIaw Levy
and regulations for the coming
slept will be sold
i' school term at a meeting Tuesday
at auction here Sept. 23. It was
at 8 in the high school
auditorium. part of the antique collection belonging A,study to determine the fea days. said at present this is not mechanically

t, An executive meeting will toSir Winston sibility of toll-free telephone ser The study is being made at the I possible.An .
cede the regular session, with pre Churchill's cousin. Capt. Ed- -" vice between Bronson and Wil- request: of the Levy County Com, evaluation of the averagemember
'. asocial hour following fo* ward George Spencer-Churchill, ; y.r liston and'' between Bronson and mission and the Levy County of calls per subscriberper
,!i ents to get acquainted with the who died recently. =' f Cedar Key will be started this Rural Area Development Council month between the various I
teachers. week by Southern Bell Telephone Coleman and C. H. Garity, Levy County towns revealed '

new Officers for the coming Witt ReunionFORT Co, district managerR. general commercial engineer according to the telephone company
year M. (Bob) Coleman said yes for Southern Bell, met with ,the officials, that the.only toll-
\ are W. JVWhitehurst, president; WHITE A Witt family for terday. commissioners and RAD representatives free service that might be in ,
f. DC. Jim Dailey, first vice-pres reunion will be held Sunday, CampOutMurrel Coleman said that the Florida last week and order .af this time would be between i
ident; PatHartley, second vic -. Sept. 6, at the J. B. Witt cabinat Watson, assistant scoutmaster of Bronson Troop 335, instructs these Telephone Co., which serves agreed to the study. : Bronson and Williston. If !
president; Mrs. Joy Smith, secretary Wilson Springs. Each fam scouts how to pack their knapsacks, preparatory to a weekend camp out at Williston, had agreed to The RAD had originally re such service were provided, it
; and Mrs., Mary Leu Phillips ily is asked to bring a picniclunch. Shell Mound near Cedar Key. The scouts are, from left, Fred Shaw, Sammy participate in the study and quested countywide toll free would involve a slight increasa

treasurer. Cobb and Billy Sullivan. About 15 scouts set out at noon Friday for Shell Mound. that it should take about 90 telephone service, but Coleman in rates, Coleman said.

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Sunday August 30. 1964 Gainesville Sun 3D

: Today's Schools: Less Boredom, More LearningBy I


G. K. HODENFIELDAP ature for a job entrance to To those 43.1 million in the But the One educator observed
or story of education today recently in updating and improving the [courses at the same time, and read them a story or teach
Education Writer college. public schools add 5.5 million in is not only in numbers of that if the average well-instructional material and are were expected to cover the them a word.

WASHINGTON (AP) Want. That fictitious want-ad will be private and parochial schools pupils or dollars spent educat--educated American parent can also helping to rewrite the text- 'same ground, whether they magazines or They see no

ed: Someone to care for a child answered next month when a and 4.8 million in college. These ing them. help his child with homework books." were brilliant, average or slow. have newspapers. They
outside the home, six hours a record 43.1 million total 53.4 million Americans there's no pencils or crayons.
youngsters The story is in the revolution probably something Behind this revolution in the The nongraded program They have
-; day. Must teach him to read swarm into the nation's public 28 per cent of the total popula- going on in the classroom.The wrong with the teacher. classroom are two generalizations breaks this scholastic lockstep.The cept that of the street.vocabulary, ex-
and write, and instruct him in elementary and tion who full time There's the in
secondary are pupilsor most spectacular changes new math which are being acceptedin program is fitted to the in- The odds
are stacked
t advanced algebra, English liter-: schools. students. have been in curriculum. which first graders are learning educational circles Childrenare dividual. A student's schedule these against
.. : youngsters staying in
about set theory, the binary might include remedial English'
of school
capable doing much more or learning anything if
: number system, intersection, than they have been asked to do college level math, an honors they do.

1 1' 1 Won. Tues. Wed. Noon function and symbolism.There's in the past, and children would program in science and the To overcome this more than
the new physics and.
rather be challenged than boredin regular history course. two dozen large cities have or
the new biology, better coursesin No falls behind
school. one and fails, are planning
i which
high school than college students no one gets ahead of the class bring three programs
Here are some of the tech- four-year-old
39ch used to get.There's and becomes bored two ma-
i youngsters into
( I $ niques being used today: school situa

RIGHTS 1wArtTlTlf ''J based on structural the new linguistics grammar, United-Longer States school has the year.shortest The jor outs.reasons for high school drop- II tions.Educators are convinced that

RESERVED and what do you know about t school year of the civilized -Reading clinics. High i :'such children must be caught
521 N.W. 13th Street structural linguistics, dad?
world an average 180 days. schools today are finding that or lost forever.
Courses once reserved for college of their students Vocational
Two schools in Tallahassee some can'treally Education. This
fj are showing up in higschool hand Fort Lauderdale Fla., have read. vital phase of public education

"MIRACLE DETERGENT" programs. |moved to an 11-month, 220-day To meet this problem, they is coming into its own.
high school
IMPROVE school year. In New York State, are experimenting with reading I Electronics, science technology -
: courses are moving down to school districts in New Rochelle clinics. Another development is: and dietetics are replacing

TIDEGIANT 1 junior high and below. A new Syosset and Hornell plana the spread of developmental I woodworking metal shop and
L course in economics is being home economics.
210-day school year. reading programs, to make av- Laboratoriesare
taught to first graders in El- getting
khart, Ind.There The "new" summer school. erage readers good readers, and and experts and better
readers better. are being
good brought
This is another to lengthenthe
is trend toward way
I a more to the classroom
depth and content at all levels. school year. The old idea -Team teaching. From a I:instructors. as part-time

For instance, the most able that summer school was for fun quiet start at Franklin School in I in
frolic and remedial work has Lexington, Mass., in 1957, team class.
in the
eighth graders Pittsburgh room. The most recent
out the teaching has develop-
window. spread throughoutthe
Pa., public schools this gone ments have been in
putting educational
-Longer day. Some schools country. The National Edu-
year will be reading Hawthorne technology in its
r have added an hour or more to cation Association estimates proper
George Orwell's "Animal place in the school
the regular school day. Many that $0 per cent of all elementary program.
Farm and Blanksten's "The others have added school districts will have Technology is being used for
optional peri-
United States Role in Latin individual
;\ study teaching machines

I America." ods before and after school for team. teaching programs by language laboratories
non-academic activities such
The move toward more solid 1965.A tape recordings, television and
driver education clubs chorus
< normally includes
>d subject matter may be seen in films which can be shown on
sad and band. three teachers, each doing the
the first grade. [small, individual screens.
II Prof. Dwight Allen of Stanford he
job does best and
Limit: One with your $5 or more food order, please.) Many school systems are dis Whatever the progress public
University believes the school assistants who handle clerical -
carding the Dick-and-Jane schools today have found
I type no so-
day eventually run from 8 work and other
may non-instruc-
,I'' readers with their "Oh, oh, oh. lution to their biggest problem:
I'I to 5 with all formal
I a.m. p.m., tional duties. Team members
I "WILSON'S" QUALITY SHORTENING Look, look look," and adoptingprograms homework eliminated. the shortage of qualified teach-
I may lecture to large groups
learning-to-read with
-Flexible scheduling. Standard lead small-group discussions, ers.Two
oiletCoYissue more interesting stories, and recent news releases
I much larger vocabularies. practice in American supervise individual research from California tell the story.
BAKE schools is for classes
T to meet projects or special instruction.
There have been curriculum One release noted that no later .
I days a week in 50 or 55- Early admission and -
preschool than
September 1965 there
reforms in the past, of course. minute classes. A growing number programs. Some childrenare ,
I But Dr. Gaither McConnell of will be compulsory foreign lan
of educators believe this is two
to three behind
Tulane University says this one ridiculous that 55 minutes is too their classmates the years day they I guage study in all sixth, seventh

REG. RITE is different because: long for some subjects, too short and eighth grades.
enter first grade. They never
: The second
It..4; "The nation's outstanding for others. release noted that
up; instead they continueto
ROLLSLimit scientists, mathematicians another d -The nongraded program. fall back. only 14 per cent of the elemen-

(!I 3LB. CAN scholars are now working- When mom and dad went to! These are children whose tary school teachers teaching a

with the professional educators j school they took the same home life includes [foreign language in California
no one are fluent in that language.
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I 39I : reply, write to Abby. Box 3365

tl I .. Beverly Hills. Calif.. 90212. and
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I! ( : 4. Please) I (Limit: One with your $5 or more food order please.) DEAR ABBY: It is bad enough to live in a neighborhoodwhere have the best clothes and get the best education. She married
there are several dogs and cats but
my rich
I a man and has
everything she wants now. I lost ,
'just as bad. When of my
one dogs starts to bark, my hus husband
a and
year have lived
ago with

I 'SEALTEST"Cottage NEW CROP" NORTH CAROLINAApples band barks the whole back block.and sets If a up cat a meows chain, of my barking husband that meows disturbs She since.started We've had a few disagreements, but my nothing daughter serious.ever I

seeing a psychiatrist and, if you ask me, I think
at them, too. Then the dogs start and
up you never he is
only mixing her up, but she thinks he's God. Maybe I
heard such a racket. My husband thinks he is being funny, but should ask the psychiatrist what
daughter has
last night I thought the top of my head was going to explode. I think she's crazy. What should my I do? against me.
He is just like a big kid. He says, "Well, THEY started it."
i Have you got any advice for me? CAST-ASIDE MOTHER
I I DEAR MOTHER: Move out quietly, quickly and without

i i Cheese f. DEAR HEAD: If the dogs bark at night HEAD, report COMING their ownersto OFF doctor questions.you Perhaps would gain if a you better were understanding to talk to jour of her daughter's

.. 4LB. your police department. If they bark during the day, report Since your "whole life" was sacrificed for problem.
them to the S.P.C.A. If they still bark, muzzle your sacrifice a little more and be patient. your daughter,
husband. .
2LB. CUP *
DEAR ABBY: I think
you have done better
DEAR ABBY Is it considered a job with
: good taste to send
a wedding
.1 invitation to relatives who live distance your answer to that man who complained because a young
a great from where
the wedding will take place, knowing perfectly well that neighbor boy named Marvin practiced his violin too much.
they The
man said he couldn't close his
.1II will not attend the wedding? Please put this in the paper as I and the kid practiced the windows in the summer
would like to settle a difference of same piece all summer. You ad
II vised, "Either buy yourself some ear plugs or buy Marvin
IIj "PLANNING TO WED" a mute."
91 DEAR "PLANNING": The 'planner" should know her own The
3 neighbor criticized the kid for
j relatives and anticipate THEIR reactions. Some relatives for not giving him practicing the teacher
I would interpret the invitation "notice" a new piece every week, and the parents
as a that a gift was for letting the kid disturb the neighbors. The
expected. And if man reminds
they sent no gift they would cheap.
lillll appear me of the selfish slob who votes NO on all school
Other relatives would feel "hurt" if they knew a family wed- improvements
-cause HIS kids
are already educated and to heck
" ding were taking place and they received no invitation even wi' raY'n! taxes to educate
somebody else's. I wish
though they couldn't attend. Almost .. you'd
every bride has both to; i. : old grouch, to
buy himself
(Limit: One with your $5 or more food order please.) __ kinds which.of relatives. The trick is to be able to tell which is shu -'oth'his: mouth and the windows.an air conditioner and


.Il DEAR ABBY: What do you think of a daughter who tells
t FANCY, her own mother she'll glady pay to keep her at the finest

senior citizens' home (or anywhere else the mother wants to I Hollywood NotesBy

I live), but her PSYCHIATRIST advised her against letting her I

Bacon mother continue to live with her? Well that's the kind of slap

II ', in the face I got this morning. I could write a book about BOB THOMASAP the owners of the successfulnew
how I sacrificed my whole life so this ungrateful child could Movie-TV Writer home of musicals.

I HOLLYWOOD (AP) Notes Not that he doesn't have

and comment on the Hollywoodscene enough to do. He's

I LB. Valuable FREE GIFTfor J I in a"new movie "I'll now take starring Swed j

: Back to the footlights for Bob while preparing his first
i I television show
,Hope? It could happen, says the' on weekends.In .

PKG. the hardofhearingWHEN 'ever-active comedian. He's I' November Bob goes to Aus

I i thinking of repeating the role he tralia for the Melbourne Cup.

YOU SEE AND TRY ZENITH'S I created on the Broadway stage He was supposed to make the

Jv NEWEST ADVANCE IN HEARING HELPNo :in "Roberta." Bob would do a trip last year but his eye ail
reprise at the Valley Music The- intervened. He reports
;, ( Limit 2 Please) obligation.Just let us demcircuit.. Smallermore perform- that the doctors
: onstrate Zenith's new Arcadia ante more reliable. Come in ater in Woodland Hills, and it'sno say he is get.
hearing aid. Learn how Zenith ting along fine.
or call far an appointment coincidence that he is one of
uses satellite technology to today. i He is enthusiastic
----- -- -- about
----- "I'll
I bring you the most important Just see and I take Sweden "
rl try the new i in which he tries
"SINGLETON" "PILLSBURY" OR hearing aid development in Arcadia to
Grow all receive this free gift At to
the Microlithic Tuesday Weld who
"BALLARD"REFRIGERATED years tiny while supply lasts. I
I;J T FROZEN ;,plays his daughter from the ad-

MITE-LITE KEY CASE-HandsOme Nite-Ute Key @f Jfl7GJ i'vanes of Frankie Avalon.
I ., the way Case in luxury levant grain Luxutron, features a "This is the first time I've
.' Biscuits powerful built-in flashlight 4 keyhoolu and dur- had
BREADEDSHRIMP able quality. PORTABLETYPEWRITERS I a grown-up daughter in
films, he
admitted "and I usually
with Gerber appear with older crooners.

But I like the picture because it

"STRAINED" 4 CANS FREE10DAY i,allows me to be natural. It's the

I :best script I've had since 'Factsof


10-OZ. ON ANY ZENITH HEARING I The Beatles had a brief con
, AID. ,
39C fab with
PKG. 39'8OZ. producer Walter Shen-
z 6 JARS 65c son about their next movie before
"If You Have A Hearing Problem See : leaving Hollywood. "Let's

1 .... w w w w w w w A A A A ,.. :make it funny," they instructed,
w w w r -
Your Doctor First Then Try A Zenith Best Selection "and i let's make it in color"

50 This EXTRAWith Coupon GOLD ith This EXTRA Coupon GOLD 50 This EXTRAWith Covaon GOLD I Ii Hearing Aid. Best PricesCHESNUT ;Now from there.Shenson has to carry it

& PurclMs of & Purchase of
Purchase cf
} Fleishman'sCORN BOND L. Moid" BOND "Center Cut" BOND j The Britishers were thrilled at

STAMPSIJTOt charity reception. They told
One Lb. Pkgs. 6-Os. 608 N. I
Cons2for39c SUn
i 2 for 78c Lb. 89c Inc. 'I Freberg they had all his fj
MAIN ST. records, and asked eagerly,
i Coupon Good at THRIFTWAY" Only Coupon Good at THRIFTWAV Only Coupon Good at *THRIFTWAY"! Only 106 W. University Ave. "have you done us yet?" As a
thru Wed., Sept 2. thrv Wed. Sept. 2. thrv Wed.. Sept. 2. matter of fact Stan has been
FRESH ZENITH HEARING AID BATTERIES Phone FR 2-8421 dreaming up a bit of a record

'takeoff: on the BeattemanU.


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4D Gainesville Sun sundew.. August 30 1964

., I2Mole 12 Male Wanted I 132 I Mobil. Homes For Sol
'!!: '" _' ....,U II.'IIIII"UIlIlJlIWIIIWIIWltWIIItIUIlWIWIIlilllWlllllWIIII. II.IIIIUllbIllUUI Help Wanted Help

fULL TIME salesman wanted. Re- HOME and commercial oil ourner
WANT-AD RATES tail clothing and furnishings. Experience serviceman, experience prefer- BUTTS 1AIGIEBII ITRIOIL1LI"sii

necessary in retail sell- red. See Mr. Langford at Saunders -
Oil Co. 814 N.W. 4trt St.
commensurate with
I ing. Salary
PH. 3728441for
ability and experience. SVt day WANTED 4 MENto Mobile 01 I I IR j SjTjJ
insurance benefits. Write
week work with large Eastern electrical
resume to box 441-A to arrangefor concern in the G&inesvilte ACROSS 29. Arab'shead I.ItILlDlYslTl IR

personal Interview. area. High commissions we furnish 1. Coagulate cord A JL A JU IR IAI
leads. Age 23. 0. nest in appearance HomesINC.
Classified of
OnlyDEADLINES IF you have aspirations owning 5. Tire 31. Shrill bark
car necessary. No experience -
your own home. Cadillrc. needed train Tatter 33. Congeal
we you.
cabin; and are will- .
& summer Call Mr. Haney. Mon.. V.'ed. and IRI0IB
to put out so yau can enJoy 11. Honey
I Ing Fri. only at FR 2-0500 between 9 NEW :34. Wooden P3

II IITun. while these you are good still things able: in to, life or and 10 A.M Scott 6. Fet;.r Corp. b, W & 12' WIDES suckle genus shoe 11jL AJJ1I

Thru Frl. papers-5 pjn. Day before publlcatloi if you have reached the end of also 13. Ostrichlile 36. BIrd'sbeak IRJS R10 jB
For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat. the promotional trail in your 13-Help Male or Female CAMPERSWe

For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 p.m. Sa!. I present occuaption or you desire need 25 trade-ins this month! bird 38. Tapestry

I to enter a prestige profes- TEACHERS fully qualified for Call us for The best deals. Masculine Truman's
(Minimum ad 4 lines) 5 sion with membership 'n Chamber good late vacancies. No fee unless lVIA4JEI!

of Commerce Country Club. placed. Southern Teachers 376-8361 name birthplace IBIItDS MIAIYLIAIDI

FAMILY RATESI I civic groups and be on important Agy.. Columbia S.C. NW 13th St. at 6th St. On street 15. School of 44. Coniferous

= = community committees, you MAN from 45 to 55 yrs. of age parking all around our corner. whales tree SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE

Insertion ........................................... He line should contact the Professional or man & wife team. Apply at Open t A.M. to 9 P.M. each
1 Insertions .......................................... 22c line i i17e Insurance Corp. in Room 205 Cue Stick Billiards. Should know week day. 16. Roman 45. Solitary 51. Relaxation 4. Etruscan

12* Insertions Insertions! : ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.. 14c floe line A.M.Baird or Hdwe.phone Bldg.374-8485 8:30 to 10:30 well something with about the younger pool & get crowd.along holidays 47. Anglo- DOWN god

Total charge computed by multiplying. total lines x rat earned WYATTTrailer 17. Oil of roses Saxon king 1. Music 5. Tasseled
I x number of Insertion Professional is an old line 'legal NOW HIRING 19. Inquire
I Reserve Company with home of- Cooks counter men & women for 48. Daisy fleasymbol cap

I Five 'letter words per line fices In Jacksonville and is expanding cafeteria line & soda fountain. SalesHome 21. Spiral line bane genus 2. Rounded 6. Region
Sales clerks for sundrie store.
its operations through
I several states. Promotions and Day & evening shifts open. APply Moccasin 49. Wager appendage 7.F1shwc1r

t Same as 1 llnei 5 income unlimited. but ve need College Inn 17(3 W. Univ of 26. Even poet 50. Took a :3. Effectual 8. Treats
8 P t. ordinary type !is I, Ave No phone calls. Pacemaker Mobile Homes
immediately to fill vacancies 9. Poisonous
men Shasta and Airstream 28. Cheek chair stroke: slang

i 12 1 Pt.Same as 1 lines I expansion.created We by have promotions: and 14-Sales Help Wanted Ocala's Travel First Trailers Mobile Home almondrrrrrrr7

ordinary type i Dealer Since 1948 ;- compound

)j I as 4 lines 1. A highly salable product FIELDREPRESENTATIVE 1t2i: Silver Springs Blvd. 10. MucIlage
1 8 Pt.0rd1na = 2. A market Phone 629-1358
3. A generous commission & Ocala, Fla. iT- 11. 0 iT- 12.Stop
i 15 overwrite
World's largest organization in its For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn _
4. Unlimited advancement opportunity - -
field has a much better than average trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent If oldsheep
" Same .s S line I sale opportunity in condition. FR 29884 6-8
24 Pt. 5. Integrity & backing unsurpassed open 20.SoluUoniT
ordinary type membership department. Experience AM. and 6-12 P.M.SPECIAL. -
E Ii ed unnecessary but helpful ii- l 7 22. Totem poe

will train. Openings in Gainesville _
23. Dance
104 x 208 Lot for mobile home. step
i and Ocala area. Call Mar- $1500. l Mile S. off Paynes ." ." ." IT 1.4 V/.I.lI zz. 24.Iikeagatc
I WANTED experienced beef boners 1
v'n! Kolb at AAA Motor Club Of. '
36 pt Same as 7 lines and meateutters. Call for appointment fice for appointment FR 20488. FR Prairie.6-3052-For appointment call 'ff 25. Restaurant
ordlrary type 3725351. i- Th
15 If 2S 11 floor show
I E WANTED young man for appren- EXPERIENCED high calibre real &tI 44WkL& 37 x 8 Allstate trailer plus 9 x 18 .;
estate salesman for busy local of-
completely furnished aluminum 27. Operated
tice garment cutter. Excellent
I fice. All replies confidentiaLBox if Jt1 51 s z JjJf
: The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one i5 opportunity. Must have completed No. 465 A. Gainesville Sun portable cabana. $1500 or best 30. Cut short
Has; for In advertisement = military obligations. Must be 5'- offer. See E. A. Rice. OhKay
incorrect Insertion nor will it be any error 32.'SonofEbe*
10." Apply in person Fla. Ath- LICENSED Real Estate salesman, Trailer Park. 35 //.3; 'f /7 C
I to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied The beauty of this picture will '
I letic Co. 302 NW 6th St. No tel's- site a week drawing account. : '// 'f3 / //
i No will 35.Mah-jongg
by the I'em la the advertisement. adfustment, Inspire your family and all who NORTHWEST .
b* made on errors that do not materially effect the valu. of I hone calls.WANTED Large volume builder developing see it in your home. J1 40 41 4Z. 43 counters
i 3 areas. Position In Gainesville. TRAILER SALES
: the ..dvertisement.I one second cook and one
dishwasher. Apply to Hotel Thomas Reply to Box 494-A c-o Gainesville 'The Risen Christ" needle- 2702 Waldo Road N.E. 37.More abject

The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or 11lecting j __ In person. 615 N.E. 2nd St. Sun.SALESMAN. painting that will be a cherished At Palm Lane 376-0205 'If T 4" 59.Railbird
any advertisement which it deems oblectional and to == heirloom. Mainly outline single
I chance the classification of any advertisement from that or- i REP. FOR TEXAS experience for career not sales required opportunity stitch. Pattern 935: transfer 16 x 1754 SCHULT 8 X 37. 2 BR, 1 with 41.Further

I I derei tn conform to the policy of the paper. Ei OIL CO. WORTH but desirable. excellent opportunity 20 inches. Mon.bunk. -$1500 FrI. Call 9 00 -Mr.5:00. Foster.FR 23455. 41 = = 7 4 42. Andy's pal ,

for man who can work 43.Lease
I UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWIWIIIIIJIIIJIIIIIIWIIBlllilIIIiIIIII without constant supervision. Excellent Thirty-five cents in coins for
4' 51 5Par /
UP TO $14.000 earning potential. Send this pattern add 15 cents for I : : = =

I I 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Need over'AD for resume to box 566-A c-o Gainesville each pattern for 1st class mailingand FEDERAL QUALITY 46. InsECt
man Gainesville egg
Sun. special handling. Send to Laura HOMES INC. )
Announcements area. Take short auto trips. Needlecraft Ii.., ?5min.Newsfeafvti ll
Wheeler Dept., P.
SECRETARY WANTED 4820 NW. 13th St. Gainesville
I Must be Contract heavy equipment and Sales clerks 4 to 9 P.M. six O. Box 161. Old Chelsea Station.
proficient In FR 2-5113 Walt Johnson Mgr.
I shorthand and tyP- fleet owners. Write C. A. Dicker- nights a week. Office cashier age New York 11. N. Y Print plainly -

3 LOST & FOUND ing Salary commensurate with son SW Petroleum. 534 N. Main 30 to 45. Must type. Bookkeeping PATTERN NUMBER NAME Three bedroom house trailer. I
experience and ability. Scruggs Ft Worth Texas. knowledge helpful good with ADDRESS and ZONE. bath large cabana completely
I & Carmlchael. 3 SE 1st Avenue, figures. 40 hr. week furnished. Located In Gainesville -
LOST in NE tin Ave. section a Ph. 3765242.INSURANCE INSURANCE SALESMAN 21. S800 Phone for appointment -
green yellow parakeet. Child over NEW FOR 1965! 200 designs 34 Waterfront PropertyJUST 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sal
> with car. Commissions & partial 622 7541, Ocala
16 Work Wanted Female
pet. Reward. Pnoni 3131.. *36 secretary bookkeeper included. Reply box 569- more fashions to knit, crochet
expenses over one acre heavily wooded Ntw: 2 De room frame house lust CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING
I NE 7th P1.LOSTblack. I with typing shorthand, & than everl Plus 3 FREE patterns
__ perience. Reply' box 569-A ex c-o A c 0 Gainesville Sun listing WANTED to work as maid. general embroidery, dolls' clothes. Send 33 LOTS FOR SALE Lake Ann. 20 miles from completed nice wooded lot, Smiles Nearly new home In quiet neigh-
clipped sheep dog o Gainesville name age marital status exper. house cleaner babysitter. 25 cents for new Needlecraft Cat Gainesville. 80 front feet on clear out Archer Rd. FR 2-6570. borhood. Has fenced rear yard
old and deaf tag no. 2574. Last Sun listing name. lence 8. qualifications enclosinga with $1500 down and air
j Phone FR 21911.EXPERIENCED alog. business lake. $3500 wall to wall carpet, central
age martial status. 75' x 125' CHOICE property .
experience &
I seen Tues. in NW section. In recent snapshot. $50 per month. or $3,000 cash. conditioning, three good size bed .
I P. M. REWARDI Phone FR 6- qualifications enclosing I recent YOUNG MAN legal secretary desires VALUE 16 COMPLETE QUILT on US6 Hwy. 1 4 mi. South of FR 6-3211 Ext. 5568 Fred B ry. rooms, two baths. Extremely weI:I

415. snapshot. from 19 to 23 yrs. of age. high permanent position trial PATTERNS in deluxe new Quilt St. Augustine In motel area. ant. ImmediateOccupancy cared for home and grounds. $15

LIBERAL reward for return of WHITE housekeeper companion school graduate with average or & civil work preferred. Reply Book. For beginners experts. Send $3300 by owner. FR 6-6250. CRAWFORDReg. 983 Owner willing to sacrifice II
to Box 571A Gainesville/ Sun.
gold.plated Orvin Incabloc watch. 55-65 for elderly lady. Sal. $75 better grades for full time perm. I 50 cents nowl LOTS for sale In veautiful Idylwild some equity in this home to responsible -
Broker. in
Lost on U of F Canvxis last mo. References. HY 6-4632. Lake anent position as salesman In our I do ironing In my home. Call I between Gainesville and the new party. Call for ap-
month. Sweep second hc 'id. ex- _Butler. Fla Day or night. Men's department. Apply personnel FR 6-2918, Lincoln Estates. 1515 golf and country club. Large restricted AGE.LAKE 3 PROPERTIES miles No. of Melrose pomtrrent to see. Hugh Edwards

cession; bracelet. sera tches WAITRESSES and cashier wanted. office Wilson's DepartmentStore. SE 13th Place 30 PETS & SUPPLIES lots. Certified public Water GR 5-2981. Inc. 376-7971
around winding knob. Sentimental system. Outside ctiy limits.
I Apply in person to Aunt JemI- AVAIL 1. 3 BR. 11. bath .
value. Phone FR 6-5787 17 Work Wonted Mole Dachshund ACK quality $1750 to $2500.Clyde $12 WATERFRONT FOOT! Sept.
-_ mat Kitchen. 1614 NW 13th St. WANTED plasterers. work at once. MINIATURE Realtor CHOICE two three and four bedroom CCB low down payment, $86 per .
pups with family type disposition Secklnger 133 Acres on beautiful Santa Fe homes at convenient locations
FOUND brown hound with collar No phone calls. Phone EDison 5 9182 or EDison & mo Conveniently located to
but no name. had litter of pop 42532 Ft. Myers Fla. ASSISTANT MANAGER needed for partially housebrok en. Owner Ph. FR developer 6-5038 river, with Va mile Rd. frontage Quality construction plus schools and shopping. 1408 N.E Is
pies Thursday. Owner please call OLAN MILLS Pure Oil Station 1606 NW 13th JSO Phone FR 6-8963 less than 3 mi. to Hign Springs. bonus features such as: real I FR 23655. W
14th Ter.
FR 2.5175. :MALE COLORED ONLY. Partor St. Hours 3 P. M. to 12 P. M., POINTER pup from outstanding I ACRE lots for sole. I. About 80 acres cleared tram plaster walls. fully sodded lot.
WANTED 6 telephone solicitors full time. Preferably teach- 6 days a week. Company operated Phone 4812286. Haw- house shed and storage room lifetime terrazzo floors GE ce's.tral SALE-Trade. 4 bedroom. 2 bathhouse "
Lost each rod and reel. 510rf'ward. $1.25 bloodlines. Phone 3724416LOT
one per hour two 6 hour schedules -
Evening appointments. Sell station. Inc. benefits. heat
ers. Paid thorne. spring. Ideal Club or Camp site adaptable to A<. GE near Sidney La.r ano
Call FR 22877. approximately 3 weeks work. ing. No canvassing or soliciting. vacation. If Interested apply l with 3 trailer spaces and 2 RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor built.in oven and range, a I 11 I High School on city bus line. 'Iii
Apply Mrs. South Hotel Thomas Interstate E n gin e e ring Corp.. P. M. to 5 P. M. Sept. 2. BLACK Labradors 5 mo. old. AKC trailers. Large awnings 3 large brick fronts rustic gas lamps. $10,coo. Can be zoned R.2. Phone
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE room 301.GENERAL. background. 11 W. Univ. Ave. Ph. 3761359
Gainesville division. 4 openings. Reg. championship patios 3 septic tanks lots of sidewalks swim club member- FR 6-5472

OFFICE WORK. 25-40. 376-2585. 18 Schools & Institutions inoculated. Beautiful FR 25763.at home or shade good rental Income. Just ONE acre includes; boat motor ship. 3 BR, 1 bath air conditioned, central -
LfctKN IU OKIVfcl Special attention In the field
Must be neat HS grd experIenced MAN wanted for local wholesale' outside city limits. For sale. FR trailer. skis, house, stove refrig. heat stove ad refrigerator
to nervous or elderly. 5V4 day week. Fringe benefits milk route. Must be married. SPEEDWRITING BOOKKEEPINGCIVIL 4-8883. erator metal storage house, rid- No cash down VA. I
Easy Way Driving School. FR 32 Mobile Homes For Sale Drive by 2503 NE 10th Terraceand
Apply 1012 S. Main St. ing lawnmower road. sand
2.7002.. Lie by State of Fla. _. bondable previous experience. age SERVICE TRAINING ilis, 50 x 135' each. NE 18th Low FHA down. then call FR 6.55911.BEAUTIFULLY .
DEPENDABLE 2135 and high school graduate Secretarial Courses Classes now beach loading ramp raft. 25 mm.
woman to care for Ter. 8. 2nd Ave. Priced to sellor Also conventional financing
KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON 2 children. housekeeping. Refer. preferred. Apply 204 S. W. 5th forming. Howell's Business College TRAVEL TRAILER will trade for income proper from Gainesville. Phone FR 6- I KEPT

Beauty work on a BudgetAll ences. 2 to 6 P.M.. some evenings St. 218 W. Univ. Ave. Manufacturer ty. J. R. Crane owner, 3723632. 2926. Move in 1305 NE flit Terrace. 2 Bedroomand

guaranteed Sham-set $1.50 Phone FR 23763. INSURANCE MANAGERIF F Rr3507 LI'I Beavers and Big Beavers OVER 30 acres of lake front many screered porch. Large cor-
Perm. $5 up up 100 FT. x 150 ft. beautiful corner
built by the 100's. Free brochure bearing pecan trees. Also 5 fur. ner lot. Immediate occupancy
14 E. Univ. Ave. 3727726 WANTED: Clerk typist Hieh School HIGH SCHOOL PO Box 248 Fitzgerald. Ga. lot in residential Araquay Park nished houses with dock and $11.500. FHA terms. See Dick
Open nights by appt. Alert. YOU can meet our qualifications at home free booklet. A m e lean : TomorrowVILLAGE
graduate. Pleasant. Conscientious St. $1200
Augustine by owner.
a well established life Insurance School. P. O. Box 16441 Jacksonville New Moon. 10x60 3 well pump. Many extras. On ] Robinson.
Neat. 3'/> day. 40 hr. SALE Phone F R 66250.LISTINGS .
or attic
WILL clean your garage Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis
company offers you a tremendous Fla 32216. front kitchen living room RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor
wk. Phone Mrs. BR
Stewart FR 2
for discarded furn or Jewelry Co.
both in life.
opportunity unfurnished. FR 6- 11 W. Univ. Ave. 376.13.
5301 IBM machines 024026, limited and bedrooms WANTED
have-you Phen FR 21781. enrollment -
and health and accident. We are classes now forming. 0355 after 5 p.m. Have buyers waiting for farms Lakefront Furn. house ready V GREEN
looking for a man with a good MOVE IN TOMORROW
for living 68'x11S2'lot.
Howell's Business College 218 W. good
I GREATLAKES trailer and small acreage.
5 TRAVEL background In this field. We offer 1959 Unusual floor plan sets this three
OPENING. above average skill Univ. Ave. Phone 376-3507. CALL dock good fishing. Lake
an attractive salary plus com A-l condition. bedroom two bath home apart
tragscribing medical records I Alto canal access to Lake Santa -
DRIVING to California witun 2 rapidly from dictaphone. High missions, renewals and overwrite. MEN & women 18 to S3 to train for Call 4812316CONNOLLY. Angel Real EstateC. Fe. 10300. 468.1758. NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. from others. Lifetime terrazzo

weeks. Need 2 riders. See Louisat school graduation & verifiable CIVIL SERVICE floors newly redecorated Bull
J. M. Fields Auto Center Write District Manager P. O. Box Examinations. For Informationsend L. Angle Broker Ocean front home St. Augustine in kitchen. $600. down Includes
experience required. Must relocate. 10475. Tampa Fla. giving past O. J. Angle Associate Beach near pier. 2 BR masonry HUGHEDWARDS closing. $101. month include
name. address & Phone No. per
Submit -
resume. Hospital Sales Inc. 2 & 3
business experience for a personal Mobile Home 4404 NW 13th St. 376-6927 repainted inside and out. taxes and Insurance.
& Key Training Service. 112 W.
Welfare :
mobile homes. Many
Fla Interview. Adams St.. jacksonvil'e.: bedroom 7 financing. Acre lots NW., $3000.00 res. home City water and electricity plus Hugh Edwards, Inc.
floor plans. year artisan well. Completely furnish. .
THANK YOU for making the Grill man can earn S85 a week. 3 miles Southof sites. S.W. 7V% acres Ranchettes. 376-7971
WANTED Drive out today.
1964 PARADE OF HOMESthe ence helpful.clerk Phone- cashier-, experi-I Experienced. Apply in person. 14 Real Estate Exam Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. near Paints Prairie ed. $13,000 valuable sacrifice adiaeent price lot Includes ,
S. W. 1st St. behind Sars.
success it was. Gainesville MATURE for Doctor's COURSE 376- 571 MARY MOELLER. REALTOR $2000 cash. Balance on terms to INC.North ESTIMATES on
woman office .
junior' : Woman's Club Home ; bookkeeping typing, recep TWO reliable milking machine operators ATTEND First lesson free. Lowest prices easiest terms largest 1019 W. Univ. FR t 4471 suit buyer Phone 372-0733. FURNACES and Quality: I.FREE I.
D Gainesville must know how to take
Builders Assoc of COLLEoE
1 tionist Past experience he I p- display in central Florida.We Beautiful high 8. rolling lots good Central Florida's Largest
ful. Include full details In letter care of pipe lines. Apply at Carleton COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave trade for anything. Free delivery N.W. location. 35 Houses for Sole Builder and Developer Central AirConditioners

8 Baby Sitter, Child Care Reply to box 570-A care of 4812308.YOUNG Dairy. Farms. Hawthorne.Ph. FR. 43507. 3723727. up to 100 miles.FRAILER Coll. Fdrdvee 376-1236: Furnished models St.37r7971.at 2909 NE 15thFURNITURE .

I _Gainesville Sun. PIANO teacher available Member MART 3034 NE 14th Dr. 8 Mo. Old 3
KlDDIt KORT CHILD CARE DRESS KIT FREE) Postcard MAN wanted tor office GMTA; beginners and intermediates Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 6 34 Waterfront PropertyLake Br., 2 bath. Fla room. patio.
Day. wk.. or mo. Old Newberry brings line of hundreds of filing work. proof deliveries. Cur. all ages. 1311 N. E. 20th East Palatka Phone 328.1059 built in oven and range. Air I -
I Rd. Planned programs. Pick up styles Yju tarn about $23 weekly rent driver's license necessary. PI or call 372.6532 anytime. cond. Cent. heat. Large corner i
J 40-hour week paid USED TRAILER Large living front 130. Highway front-
at Littlewood and Terwilliger and dresses for yourself. Easy company lot Pool membership. 372.06FC') byIIfl1RnE
two bedrooms 600' house 81 6 acres on
group insurance and retirement 26 Farm room rear kitchen age ------ ---
schools.' Call FR 26667. Equipment --
fun. No investment canvassing or paid vacations other benefits. upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Also beautiful lake. P. O. Box 144, UPHOLSTERYFor I

experience. Write today. Fashion 550 week. Contact Bill Ebersole. a travel trailer. 376-8361 Hawthorne Fla. SERVICE CALLS I Best In equipment using In-
TINY TOT I Frocks. Dept. S.5387. Cincinnati. Display Advertising Deportment 2 ROW Allis Chamblis tractor. 1 $5 top quality workmanshipcall I ternally Insulated ducts, designed

Ohio 45202 Gainesville Sun. turn plow. Disk. cultivating out. Ill Cedar Key Shoresfine Heating Air Conditioning engineered and installed
PLAY SCHOOL: fit. $800. See at Rt. 1, Box 318 ComeSee & Refrigeration Service 372-6142
EASY Spare Time Yours ia ii homesites from $2250 byALL
Visit ui and see for yourself. money Christ- COST ENGINEER$4004600Mo.- FR 6-2221. H. H. Thomas. ContractorAny GAINESVILLE AMERICAN HEATING

24 SE 8th St. FR 4-7806. lust Cards showing gorgeous non-waterfront from $1510 make or model window & AIR CONDITIONING CO.
mas to friends relatives. UPHOLSTERY
our custom-made 12 wides .t 1
units and household
28 Livestock & appli
COMPETENT mother will care Earn $50 to $250. Personal) ed, Supplies l -wlde prices. M.H.M.A. Approved 1508 N.W. 13th St. PH. 376-8258
for children. reasonable In her religious novelty designs. Write Must be well grounded In cost accounting Top Brands. 8 yr. financing Marina LocationsINVEST ances. Also we clean heaters. Free Estimates-pick up and
1930 NE 23rd Blvd.
_home at 909 SE lot Ave. Phone for FREE Anniversary offer; budgeting reports preparation WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a available. See Dad and Brad Larsen facilities needed here Phone FR 2-5002 delivery.
FR 6-4431. Sample Outfit on approval. Southern and account analysis; dairyman to show us a better at Lake Geneva Trailer Sales : 24 Hour Service

-EXPERIENCED elem. schoolteacher Greetings 478 No. H 0 My-' Interpret engineering drawingsand dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills on Rt 100 1 mile S.E. of Key- ...-.... .. .
will care for children. wood, Dept. 125, Memphis 12, understand engineering con. 16 pet All Pulleted Dral- stone Heights. Open evenings and Motel LocationsINVES -
I Tenn. cepts. Minimum of two years college Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDN Sunday.
3 acre play area. planned program : accommodationsneeded
lunches & snacks. 372- STEADY WORK for a good required. Age not to ex per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala-. 1952 model Schultz 8 x 40" trailer
7150. worker. 1 day a week. perhaps ceed 35. Courses In Physics chua.. Phone FR 21095 or 4612105. 1 BR, wall to wall carpeting

RELIABLE sitter wishes to care more. Cleaning Ironing. some and Intermediate Mathematics throughout except kitchen. Cal .
for 'infants or children. Reason child care. References requir helpful. Good opportunity with FOR SALE horses & ponies.. Shet. after S P.M. 376-0790. DAVID ANDREWS-
able. References Call FR 6-3897 ed. Mr. & Mrs. Allen Hayes rapldl/ growing company. Mall lands also Poa Appaloosa' stud
Two bedroom S x 43 trailer.
621 NW 34th Ter. Ph. 3725035. detailed resume and minimum etc Phone 372.3342. 1758 REAL ESTATECEDAR
child Good condition.
RELIABLE care in my

School.home. 2 Mrs.blks. Ryals.Stephen FR Foster 6-2547. ATTRACTIVE to work.lunch experienced& dinner waitress In- Wellman salary requirements- Lord Engineering to Personnel Inc., 30 PETS & SUPPLIES FR 2-4179 or FR 69864.MOBILE. KEY 3841 or 3831

week after school. a fine restaurant with excellent P. O. Box 2436 Lakeland Fla.
By day. or
food & attractive atmosphere Apply POINTER pups BEST FAST
Will care for infants or small children Primrose Inn, Mr. or Mrs. HOUSING project labor for general DELIVERY blood lines FDSB I

h my home. Call FR 2- Wmn cleaning. 40 hr. week. Reg., 3'/i mos. 1 male, 1 fern HOME
$738 In NW sect'on. YOUNG AMERICA HOMES *le. $100 each. FR 23477 ffJ
SALESLADIES WANTED to sell 1603 NE 30th Ave. 3/24406 I
ladies' wearing apparell children PUREBRED and AKC Beagle pup
's wear & ladies' & chil- WANTED anyone interested in pies. We board dogs. James' Kennels SPACES AVAILABLELarge
dren's shoes. Apply in personto singing In gospel quartet. Aft- Rt. 1, Box 78 Keystone
SECRETARY TYPIST for part Mrs. Kates at Ruddys. er 5:30 P.M. 3729681. Heights Fla. Ph. 473-4958
time work In the A.M. at local THIS WEEK'S IS ON
Insurance office. Phone FR 2. PART TIME maid with own car SALESMAN. Great opportunity' I Beagle puppies AKC perfectly SPOTLIGHT
2357. & references Mornings. 5 daysa for personable ambitious marked from gcod huntingline.
week. Call 376-3612 after 6 ter with prestige firm. SI goget-I Excellent pets. Phone FR 6- Lots Modest Rates

HOUSEWIVESKids P.M. wk. plus commissions. Many 2188, 4133 NW 12th St. .'s,
In school soon? Going to have benefits. Pepper Print-

some spare time? Christmas WHITE Housekeeper wanted. LiveIn. company ing Co. Send resume to Box 488- RABBITS. fryer size, also 1 pair Six Miles North of Gainesville on 441. UNIVERSITY INN

coming up before you can hard. care for home for widower A care of Gainesville Sun. New Zealand! giants. Phone 481-
ly' turn around. Need extra money and three children. school age. 25,.. Hawthorne Bait St. Rd. 20

for oif* for those new grandChildren Phone FR 22161. MAINTENANCEVACANCIES F. Hawthorne.SIAMESE ____' Start a wonderful evening with a cocktail in the
? We need ladies for Iq 't #. i
kittens and stud serve (tc'11 University Inn Lounge. Cocktail Hour is from
part time employment 20 hrs. I to
ice registered Mae. bite and
12 Mole Help Wonted MOBILE
week. $125 per hr. Your PROGRESS
per age Is no barrier if you are Large phosphate chemical opera- 528-6448 chocolate point $25 up. Williston 1 w.k'i1r;; 9 P.M. Then have one of the best steaks in town
tions in central Florida has Immediate +
30. The Professional Insurance Draftsmen full time. Permanent
ever Corp. office Is in Poem 205 Experience In civil engineering position. -- vacancies for maintenance AKC Reg. German Shepherd pup in the Steak Room or serve yourself the convenient

Baird Hdwe. Bldg. and hiring personnel with minimum of pies. wormed and shots. Call HOME PARK
Drafting requIred.
representative will be in from five years experience as lourney.man FR 6-6276 or see at 12C6 NE h smorgasbord way. After a delightful meal, return to
day a week. 2 weeks paid vacation. in the following classifica- 17th Avenue.

I I call:30 376-8485 to 10:30 for each an appointment morning or Group life and Mso'tallza-: tions \ the Lounge for cocktails and dancing to the music oft
tion available. For appointmentcall Maintenance Mechanic: Must have poodle puppies male. 6 wks.

LEGAL. Secretary. typing. short FR 22591. thorough knowledge and experIence Phone reg. 1 chocolate 1 black. $75. I Tel. 462-1660 (: : Bobby Griffin's Combo and Richard Parker's Orchestra -

hand required Experience preferred ROUTE salesman for soft drink in general mamten a n c e 372- 495. ttis

Call FR 2-8585 company. Must be bondable age work. Including welding repairof FREE kittens to good home. 'til 2 A.M.

WANTED experienced waitress. 25-38. Phone FR 2(511 t to S Industrial pumps. piping and Phone 376-9673 Charles Norris Mgr.
materials handling equipment. ,
Apply Humpty Dumpty Restau- weekdays. I
rant. 310 NW 13th St. CARRIER BOYS between 12 & 15 Prefer previous experience in FOR SALE four Boxers. See at I Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT
chemicals. rock crushing cement 1521 NW 55th Ter. or call 25984OK .
WANTED saleslady must have |ew- yrs. old needed for paper routein concentrator or related Industry -- - --- -- --- -
aIry store experience & referen- the N.E. and N.W. Sections. -

ces. Steady position. good salary. Wonderful experience for your Applicants must be In good physl. I DINING "
Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. son. daily contact with the public cal condition between tne ages CAFETERIAS DINING-DANCING *

WANTED experience waitresses prepares him for I leading role of 25 and 45. High school education I COCKTAILS
all shifts. Larry's Restaurant. In his future. For more Information or equivalent required.The MOBILE HOME SALE GENERAL GAINES LONG'S CAFETERIA

1225 W. Univ Ave. call Gainesville Sun. Circula-I Company otters excellent STEAK ROOM Complete dinner noon and night, UNIVERSITY INN
ton; Drpt. 372-644) I II benefits including group insurance I
Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice 11 cents. Wide variety of "'eats.I I Charcoal Steak Room
DEMONSTRATORSEarn retirement holidays etc. Smorga-
BEAUTY I steaks prepared to taste salads' and desserts to choose
TIME meat cutter honest. your I board Cocktail Hour
to 5 to 7.
with full qualificztions 2
up to SS per hour demon.strating on our hearth. from. Open 7 days a week Come
famous Studio Girt reliable & dependable. Apply in Employment Supervisor, P. O. I USED USED open Holiday Inn & Sue Long drinks for the price of 1. Dancing .
1900 SW. us -
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time I person. East Side Market. 1424 Box U7 Bartow. Fla. I St. FR 6-8266. I Remember We have complete 'til 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin'S

Phone 376-4336 after 6. Hawthorne Rd. An Equal Opportunity Employer THE dinner noon and night for only II Combo & Richard Parkers orchestra. -
ORLEANS 1901 S W. 13fh St. FR 4
43x8 97 cents. -
CURB WAITRESSES day end $495.00
(Formerly Fred's Locker
night shift. top wages. Aptly
In person. Jerry's Restaut ant. I Served 11:30 AM Lunch .85 BILLIARD'S I BOWLING
2310 S. W. 13th St. 2:00 P.M. *
BARTENDERMole TO Dinner Servied 12 PJW.

4562 NW 13th St.

I $1595.00 $1795.00 for not only young men Well be closed August 10th thru

or Female ITALY IN GAINESVILLE? BUT young women too. the 17th. for reservtcing and reconditioning -

: Dine by candlelight: In the delightful Bring your dates of our alleys. We'll

Experienced pleasant sober : WHY PAY RENT? atmosphere of Italy Man- Open 10 A.M. 'tH 12 PM.m tee you tIll 18th. 2606 Waldo

experience aro's Restaurant specializes In N. Main' Street Road 374454ADVERTISE.
any you can
earn money for your Christmas 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. or 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. : HOMES Lasagna Pizza and other delic I

shopping by selling Avon Cosmetics FEDERAL QUALITY Ious Italian Food 2120 Haw- j I ADVERTISE IN THE IN THE
ttiorne Rd. 376-4490. Open 5-11
and toiletries. Our Saleswomen I
earn fine weekly incomes I Contact Mr. PozinUNIVERSITY P. M. Closed Monday,---- j

plus Savings Bonds. 4820 N.W. 13th ST. 2117 TEMPLE AVE. I


South U.S. 441 Gainesville
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I at $100 or less with the selling price stated in the ad. No additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that

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I 35 Houses for Sal. 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale! 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sal. 35 Houses for Site t 35 Houses for Sal. \

LARGE rustic house, 200 ft. of wnite BY OWNER NEAR WES1- BY OrVNER, 2 BR F bath CBS DON'T MISS THIS BY OWNER large 4 8R, 2 bath 31R. 2 bath. CCB cent heat
\ sand beach on Lake Swan at WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR. 2 bath house lot 100 x 100 well land'scaped TRULY LOVELY HOMEAt BLACK ACRES home, cent. heat & air condo inside and air cond. 100 x 160 Lot.
Melrose. Phone 475-5811. Ig. LR. family room, built in reasonable down payment PRICED TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 must be seen to be appre 1900 sq. ft.. Paneled family
THE TIME IS NOW kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING S62.50 months payments. 140 N.W. Malory Gardens 3'1 ml. Southof bedrooms 2 baths. hardwood ciated. Financing available.. Immediate room fireplace cathedral celt'
NEW 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath.
& HEAT. $1000 and 55th St. 372-1772. Campus on 441. 3 BR. 2 baths floors, central heat. alr- carport end utility room. 9000. Call den for Dad year 'round com Call 2-B4C1 6-2748 Owner
assume mtg. 374-2927. units, electric range and drapes. PI. days or leaving state. 373-8M.
$250 down. $65 month. Phone FR 2 bedroom house bath. kitchen fort. Priced right. Drive by. phone
I: 2-3355 days.'JWK. 3 BR. 1 bath. cen. heat, built-in city water on paved street located FR J-462S or FR M336. Lot llO'xnr with shade trees. evenings. NICE comfortable home In NW section. -
oven and range paved street, In Hampton Plo Low WOODROW SEA 3125 W. Univ. Av. FR 4-4427. BY OWNER cen. heat & air cond.. 3 BR 2 baths living
fenced yard. $1,800 down. S75 mo. down payment no qualifying ne The Master Builder ri bath. 3 BR. family living, room it family room. Kitchen &
:; Do You Have A Room 1520 SE 23rd Lane. 370810. cessary. Refer to Acct. No. f032. MCKINNEY dining rm.. large kitchen, built- dining room combination with
Apartment Call collect Mr. Phil Black 359- THREE bedroom 2 bath CCB central in appliances. Large garage.
$600 No qualifying S85 heat & air conditioning.Phone large size snack bar. Built-in
) per 2804 Jan. GREEN 3468 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR
372-8404 month 3 B R, 2 bath built-in 376-0773 Sunday after range 8. oven. Car port 8. large
Or House to Rent? stove cen. heat nice yard. 4.00 PM. DEATONREALTORS 2-4511. size utility room. all this with
ECONOMICAL living In 1.300 square Drive by 4203 NW 21st Ter. Call MUST SACRIFICEMy I 1 acre of land with beautiful

feet plus carport and storage. p.m. 3725651. REALESTATELOW four month eld 4 BR. 3 bath : lawn & shade trees for 7.500
Only $1.900.00 with low down pay FRED Our all Sectionsof home on a beautiful IVj acre corner and 1.000 down. Call 376-S883.
4( ment possible. Two bedrooms 3 BR. I bath CCB carport, util.! DOWN PAYMENT in LIBBY cover lot modem with I
very everything
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS huge Florida room kitchen rm., patio. Payments $69.75 per HEIGHTS 3 BR 2 bath large Gainesville. We are offer: to make living a comfort. $300 down, no closing costs assume -
equipment Included In price. mo. Balance (8,268. 3 miles from Florida rcom dining room-kit ARNOLD ing several two bedroom Located at NW 60th St. & NW I S81 payments on 3 bed.
OUTSTANDING four bedroom houseIn Univ. '30 NW Mth St. Phone 376- chen combination. Central heat. homes priced from $6.600 13th PI. Westhills. Ph. 372-2413. room 1'* bath CCB house. Int.
YOU MORE than the ud that will rentit beautiful residential area. Central 9615. Immaculate like new. Call 374- Will be open all day Sunday or mediate occupancy. Call FR 2>

t heat and air conditioning; REAL NICE 2 BR, or can be usedas 0817 or 3762927. to $17,000 Reasonable shown by appt. I 0224.
3 BR house in excellent loca financing.
I !I many appointments.nice features Brick and construc luxury o tion. Nice corner shaded lot. FOR A BETTER BUY we recommend REALTORFAMILY 3 BEDROOMS. NEW HOME FOR SALE
with let show this BY BUILDER I
garage. Total price $11.500. you us you
i lionDELIGHTFUL. FHA financing available. Phone large 3 BR 2 bath nearly new HOME FROM $11.500-$30.000 3 BR, 2 bam, central heat & air
three bedroom homeIn owner 3727401. home which can be purchased be- N.W. SECTION conditioning. May be seen by ap I New Homesin
Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU I NE convenient to school. Well low replacement cost. Entrance Comfortable livable home with 3405 NW 10th Ave-FHA, schools pointment. 3300 NW 28th Ave.
your BY OWNER 410 NE 13th Ave.. 3 OR, three good sized bedrooms and Phone 376-2258. I
landscaped corner lot with back foyer large LR. separate two baths and Florida 218 NW 36th Dr-Schools & Shops
B R, 2 baths large living room with
yard fenced for children. Large panelled Fla. room with old brick 1330 NW 21st Ave-Near CHS 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath. Florida
separate dining room, complete fireplace. The kitchen has ample
EVERY DAY until it is rented comfortable house with fam- fireplace big family kitchen with ,
: a laundry in separate room large space for eating. and includes room large utility room 2 car
i.y room for only 1400000. built-in stove & oven dishwasher. S.W. Secction carport. Lot 100 x 175'. NW location
swimming pool, central heat & & air conditioningBig built in range, oven disposaland I
LARGE beautiful lots In Ridge- partly air conditioned. Lot 175 x Central double Nicely land- dishwasher. Hardwood floors 2711 SW 1st Ave-Golf View near elementary school. WESTVILLANW
I wood S/D. Llttlewood Westwood 375'. will consider trading for income garage. OCCU. central heat and air conditioning, Phone FR 63669.
: : : section at reasonable prices. All property. J. R. Crane owner Call 376- large 2 car garage. Attractively N.E. SECTION
Improvements paid. 372-3632. PANCY. Easy to own. landscaped lot with privacy. J25/- 1242, NE 4th Ave-Low 3-Payment 2 EXECUTIVE

$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day I PRESTIGE address In Black Acres. 2 BR. CCB. carport. screened porch 0817 or 376-2927. 300. 804 NE 805 NE 8th tOils Ave AVC-FHA- Good, Nice HOMES 16th Ave.,

Spacious three bedroom. two bath near school, air conditioner. stove, CAROL ESTATES 3 good -sized Financing
house with panelled family room, refrigerator, bedrooms. 2 baths nice LR.DR PRESTIGE AREA 1114 NE 5th St. 11.500 FHA !
$50 $1.66 day washing machine 4-IEDROOM-2-BA at 37th St.
mo. . .
per per
built In kitchen. central heat. hardwood floors. FHA approved. comb.. patio. nice yard. Oak Beautiful lot on N.W. 23rd Street.
I two car enclosed garage. Vacant 376-4463 days after 6 P.M. 376- parquet floors. S459 Down $14.57 Two bedroom, two baths. study. 4 BEDROOMS 0 Enclosed Swimming PoolS I
: $55 per mo . $1.83 per day now. Owner will consider 5823- per mo. Incl taxes 8. Ins. If you Tremendous living -. dining area 120 NW 50th St-FHA. Near U.f. Family Room
huge fireplace. Fall out shelter Built-in Kitchen
i offer will rent monthto qualify for FHA. or n'ake an of. .
your or HIGHLAND COURT. 4 BR. 2 baths. two car garase, dark room and RoomS
fer & large Laundry
on equity assume .
I $60 per mo . $2.00 per day month J.W.KIRKPATRICK at J17J.oo. Fla. room rm., wall air to condition.wall carpet Phone livIng 4V per cent mortgage. Call 376- pointment.boat port. Call us for in ap. 4617 6 BEDROOMS NW 33rd Ct-King size WalMo-WaU Carpet WALTER STUBBSInc.

0817 or 376-227. Dressing Room
I $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day Central Heat Air Cond.
ELEGANT pine trees 3 BR. Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor .
Both Homes located In beautiful
2 bath home close to schools Myrtle Lassiter, Associate Three bedroom 1V bath home PROPERTIES LOTS
$70 per mo . 2.33 per day REALTOR S4CO equity: no qualifying takeover W. E. "Bill" Harris Associate In excellent condition. Pleasant ACREAGE high, dry wooded area with
31 N. Main Phone FR 28404 existing G. E. Mortgage. Florida room, charming terrace Bring us your Problems paved streets city water and I Phone 376-5394
ASSOCIATESFloye By owner. FR 81310 or 6-7971. 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-OS17 built In outdoor grilL Range, refrigerator Members Multiple ListingASSOCIATES
j $75 per mo . $2.50 per day Mathlasen Irene Bunnell Member Multiple Listing air conditioner Includ sewer.FRED
Reece. USN. Ret. TWO bedroom CCB home MASON
Capt. A. W. on cor- ed. Owner will consider any reasonable -
i Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin ner lot 1350 down $65 per mo. "We trade houses"WflV
1 $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day 1031 N. W. 55th Ter. Phone 376- offer. J. Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth BUILDERFR
RESIDENCE for salt by owner es 1351. M CoL J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire 1-1341 FR 1-3112 I
tablished city neighborhood. FHA

$35 per mo. . $2.83 per day Maintenance free. Rock exterior PRICE SLASHED on lovely 3 BR $15,000 to qualified FHA Buyer TELEPHONE 372-3617 ---- ----- ---- ---- -' ---
well landscaped yard with open home featuring air cond.. Ira LIKE RENT Ready for occupancy. 3 bedrooms,

i $90 per mo . $3.00 per dayS south porch. 3 BR. & glassed NE attic with disappearing stairway :3 br N.W. kit eq C.B. Near \Yi baths. Florida room with fire
sleeping porch. See at 438 Fla. rm. beautiful lawn Kitchen
school & shopping ex terms. lID place. completely equip
,I 9th Ave. Phone Jacksonville FL & shrubs In select neighborhood. N.W. 9th Ave. ped. Gleaming hardwood floors. MOVE IN BEFORE SCHOOL STARTSYOUR
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day 9-6445 after 6 P.M. __4055 NW 12th Ave. FR 2-0089..
THREE bedroom. 2 bath CCB. NEAR SHOPPING

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day traverse$83 per mo.rods 4006$750 N.W.down.21st Drive pay LAKE FRONTEST 3& br air 2 beautiful bath. modern court yd kit., car cent.port M ARNOLDREALTY CHILDREN CAN WALK SAFELY TO .

off 39th Ave. like new.

'j FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA A TE YOUR HORSE WILL ENJOY Multiple Listing COMPANY Member
I CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOURS approval you can have Imme- THIS ACREAGE 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 37J-35M
dicta possession and ownership of
Associates: Jan Caldwell
\1] CONTEMPORARY 2 br, country home, apr 4 acres
the best value house for sale in HOME with 4
Bob Kalkman
vacant Archer rd.SUBURBAN. Jim Sheppard
1. Metcalfe
bedrooms. 2Vj
baths. fireplace. Elementary
NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air F. W. Hodge Walter Stoddard .
central heat, air
conditioning. Paneled family room conditioning and Green q.\
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS 12 x 45 foot screen porch over
joining living-dining area for extra
looking the lake. CALL US NOW :3 br, 2 bath. family rm apr

and spaciousness.dishwasher. Back Electric yard range completely TO SEE THIS LOVELY HOMEI 2500 port. sq 5 acres ft living W of space town dbl a- most car OFFERED BY BUILDER 2. Howard Bishop Jr. High

enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. suitable! 1. beautiful family home. bath horn.
Call 376-6147 for appt. to see at HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom 3 Bedroom 2V*
home with j 2 sleeping porches 10cated Show house at 3321 N.W. Jlfh
2213 NE 7th Ter.
at 214 N.E. 5 Avenue. ONLY I INVESTMENT 3. St. Patrick's Parochial
' FOR SALE OR RENT. 3 bedroom 516.000 with $12,000 DOWN! Large student home est Income, Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom. 2 I -
35 Houses for Sale! CCB. 2414 SE. 12th Ter. Low I apt for owner. 1 bl from U.F. bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd -;
I 35 Houses for Sole down payment. Call 376-4444 or LOVELY 3 bedroom Itt bath, split I Immediate occupancy I. Income. .
Court. T0. Zetrouer Phone
3 BR, 2 bath. study attractive 372 1933. level masonry home located in
1'1 PARADE OF HOMES MODELThe the NW. section N.W. 13 St. Area FR 4-3848. 2-3-4
100 it 1J9- comer lot. at 2225 LOOK AIR CONDITIONED lust inside the
Large lot livable house.
NE Ith St. $450 dn.. $79 per mo. Tropicana by Hugh Edwards 3 BR, 2 baths central heat out city limits. ONLY $15,250 with business Investment t. rental.
FHA or pay more dn. & takeover Inc.. has been widely acclaimed of city linrits deep well REA $700 DOWNI
1 4'* per cent VA Mtg. at Gainesville's most beautiful homeIn power located at 3616 NW 34th
I $64.50 per mo. Shown by appt. Its price range. You may now St.Call. BLACK ACRES ATTRACTIVE 3 Mary Moeller Bedroom Homes
I only. Ph. 372-3707. own this marvelous home. completely bedroom, 2 bath masonry home LOOKCOMPARE
1 equipped with central air 372.2372 or 3761190. spacious kitchen and large screen
BUY HAPPINESS 1 STRETCH $SS conditioning. dishwasher disposal porch. ONLY $17.500 with S700 RealtorMultiple
BY OWNER. 4 BR. 2 bath extra Large 3 BR. 2'i bath fireplace
By Investing In a U. S. Steel Home built-In oven and range and DOWNI
built In this area by patio gas bar. .Q grill for only Ig shady yard. Westmorland 4318 pool fenced beck yard. Priced
S ALACHUA HOMES. INC N.W. 13th Ave. Available on Let Listing right by owner.
122.300. Ask to see this luxurious us show you this charming
1019 W. FR 4-4471
short notice. FR7993 for appt. 4410 NW 33rd Court
Phone 374-0630
home at your convenience. contemporary 3 bedroom 2 bath Associates
Modal Home Opening every Sun. HUGH EDWARDS. INC. home with central heat and air E. W. Moeller Fester KesierDjck I Ph. 376-7047 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYNO
S from 1 PM. 5 P.M. beginning 376-7971 FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew conditioning large step down ; Durbin Sharon GrantCOMPARE
I August 16. 3331 N.W. 21 PL Palm Springs model. One of Florida room and screened In
Compare cost with all other 3 FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 75 gal. the best looking homes we've ever patio.
I bedroom. 2 bath fully air cond. fuel tank. 100 shrubs brick patio built. Four bedrooms. 2 full
homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY fenced yard near elementary baths beautiful brick facade,
TIME." and Junior high schools John Merrill 15i
excellent kitchen arrangement.
I screened porch. 3 BR, 1 bath, $14.900. No money down VA i MONEY DOWN ,
I UNIQUE 2 bath home.
3 bedroom.
$500 down. If you qualify FHA. FHA only $800 down. Price In- Realtor
Complete with large paneled den. See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave. sodded front lawn. '

I 23rd Only Ave$17,500.For Located further at details 3707 call NW OCALA block. 3 BR. 2 bath. Irg. cludes gas lamp fully, swim club member MULTIPLE LISTING I V A Village \j Great
I FR 4-0630. Ask for Frank Thom open-beam ceiling paneled dinIng ship.VILLAGE
aV family with fireplace ASSOCIATESMARCELLA
Irg. back yard HUGH EDWARDS. INC. I by Hugh Edwards Inc.
BY OWNER concrete block 3 bed built-in kitchen. 3723130 or 461- 2909 N. E. 15th St. W.H.8UCICHANNANSAVE 376.7971
rooms. 2 baths large. convent- 1683. 376-7971
ent. See at 1617 NW 10th Ter.
tile bath living, dining kitChen Desirable 3 BR 2 bath home, INVEST that Rent In a home. Near I; SAVE!
II A STEAL Florida rooms, chain link fence. large Fla, room & patio. Lot University and schools LOW The following are now under Priced from $13,900.$17,250
2202 N.E. 12th Ter. Phone FR 6417 I
S 100x176', lots of trees. DOWNPAYMENT. 3 bedroom construction and will be ready .
BY OWNER *. Beautiful lots NW section home on corner lot with pay. for occupancy soon! _--1. ,
I MUST sacrifice 3 bedroom. 2 CLEAN AS A WHISTLE ments less than rent. Call us for ; IJIIJIIIIlllllfII! Sodded Lawns
I S bath large Fla. room. large living Beautifully kept must be scan If Commercial property I acreage : s 3310 N.W. 30th PI.
room. dining room. built-in you are looking for a 2 bedroom. 3 BR. 2 bath S6CO dn 117 Swim Club j
kitchen convenient to shopping 1 bath home with screened porchon E. C. "Curly" Kuehn, Jr. BUILDING? The following Is ready for per m onttl.

to center appreciate and the schools.value.Must No qualifying see. a large corner lot. Immediate 631 N. Main St. CHOICE One acre lots. beautifully occupancy. Air Cond. Optional _;_ _ _
Original occupancy. 11500. See at FR 6-5032 Broker FR 4-6544 wooded. outside City limits. terms 410 & 4121 wWU0tfl
Low down payment. Colonials
1305 NE 6th Terrace. then phone available. 3330 N.W.28tisAve. -5- -SS
N.W. 19th Dr.
price $21,600 price now Associate. 2 BR home lowdown
Dick Robinson. Ralph on corner lot
$18,84578. $SOlI down. LocatedIn Fessey. Realtor at 374-1359 dayor payment, $60 per mOo Located 4 BR 2'/7 baths ,990 dn, 3 BR. 2 bath $500 dn., *81 Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
f nice NW section at 1321 NW night. 11 West University at 331 NW 2lst Ave. Call ALACHUA REALTYAssociates S165 per mo. per month.

21st Ave. Phone FR 22633. Avenue. Tommy Ridgell 372-4125. .
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.' 635 N. E. 1st St. 3762448 4119 fr 4127
Arie T. Smith Realtor N.W. 19th Dr.

Mabel Gore. Associate =ii 3 B R, 1 bath 1508 dn, S74

lfj iL: SERVICESHome New Brick Homesby ; Norwood -per month.. HOUSE HUNTING! 1

Builder B ,Hope

I And Business 3 I 4 bedrooms. built-in kitchen "H" Inc. SEEING ANYTIME IF CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY

equipment cen. heat, VA no YOU WILL JUST CALL.
down payment. FHA from $700 )

: down-no closing costs. 5I We Trade Homes 1123 S.E. 4th STREET FOUk BEDROOM, BRICK COLONIALS $15,825The

Capitol Builders. Inc. I or Property FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7.19
Appraisal Plumbing
N.W. 37th Place I 4th Street brick-front Riviera is the star of models.
__ !I DIII our new
FRED B. ARNOLD SEWER INSTALLEDNEW OPEN HOUSE DAILY Terrazzo floors roof custom-built kitchen I
central I
REALTOR 8. used fixtures. complete Call 3724361 or 376-"'" shingled ,

I REAL ESTATE APPRAISALSERVICE plumbing HUGULEY.service Gainesville"BIG"PlumbIng JIM- .--- S'S-: luxurious Gainesville's apartment newest and building>> most. . natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all
FR 1-1589. --I S. LAKESHORE city services. J

Ld&i& Bulldozing UpholsteryUPHOLSTER ADMIRE ,
trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. Top your furniture at WIMBERLY ESTATES
sol). Phone 3777846 reasonable prices. Call Sat'v.' MODELS AT $14,500.
Experienced. FR -,.... 4248N
HOME REPAIRSFIX W. 13th Ter. Ueytf Myrick Bldr NOW LEASING S


UP RemodelingDO less moneyW

HOME repairing. carpentry drywall MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350
Ter. off N.W. 39th
& plastering painting. YOU NEED. Florida room extra 36th .
371.7701 or 376-0107. room. more room. roof work Ave. Open Sundays at 1:M or
or maybe a complete new home? by appt. 371-589 or 2-0584. THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH TROPICANA
For a free estimate. 4. guaranteed
I LandscapingLANDSCAPE work phone Cart C. MODELS $13,000.
Appliance Repair & Waters. 3728049.EXPERIENCED.

Air Conditioning Crass-Sod-Garden SERVICE MainNurserystock and repair !lobs CARPENTERPaint performed by SUBURBANHEIGHTS FHA and VA. Walk to elementaryand t

of all kinds. carpenter who loves his trade.
junior high
Landscape Co- From S400 down
in air conditioning and Appliance Newest S
First PR 6-7514 for frf* est'matc! Gainesville's
repairs. We sell guaranteed etcAuto Sewing Machine Repairs Prestige Address Better living and

CR .0267 wathersrefrigerators. Mortgage Broker CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER. Built for Only Those the Who Best.N. .Desire From $79 per month resale value.

VICE CO. 815 W. UniversityAve. W. 43rd A N.W. mh PL

Glass 15 51i per MORTGAGE cent interest.MOSEY Terms to Makes. 376-1075.Work fully We guaranteed repair all Built by Leading Four Builders of Gain$.sville'S Drive welt on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street, turn

:iiio-CLASS Is our only busi BUY BUILD REFINANCECall FRED MASONA. LUXURY : Fernwood Manor.
left and follow signs to
ness. Immediate Installation SewingAlterationsDressmaking W. FLETCHER S Swimming Pool S RecreatioH Roam
4 tree pickup & delivery. Add Dan Byrd Ph 376-3875 MACOMA HOMESW.
I & value to your car. P., RIDGWAY Acres of Picnic Grou ds Central Heat
beauty alterations and re- Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire
f MAULOIN-S AUTO GLASS CO. FHA and conventional lowest pair. Opal Holder. 2719 SE 19th Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities
6th St. FR 6-2558 current rates. Terms to 25 ------ -
373 NW, Ave. C Storage Locker Garbage Drop Chute
years. Will gladly discuss at no (FR J465M .
obligation. Call tomorrow.J. a) Paved Parking Areei Lighted SidewalksPHONE
J 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-1494 I
S exchanged; Repair kits tor TUBE Repair Special. II 3764456FOR
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized REALTORFHA per inch plus $10 to Install most Located at NW. 37th Place &
S walker Hydraulic Jack AND CONVENTIONALLOANS tubes. 1 Year warranty. Special 6th St. New brick homes under PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE Reconditioned TVs from S9. S. construction. Pick your own Daily 2.9545 Night 6-9048
Ult W. 'UNIV. AVE. PH. 373-3522
SERVICE SUPPLY 131. S. THE VARIETY STORE colon etc. VA aV FHA Terms.by (24 Hour Service)
Main FR MO GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA 7 S.E. 1st Ave. SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 IlL 5 DAILY
4 Technician's with 14 experience -
and conventional loans. Low
rates. Terms to 25 on all makes.ADVERTISE 2306 S.W.1Jth ST.U.s.. HWY. 441
Sun Want Ads years. 1228 Builder Inc. BUILDERS
W. Univ. AVI. 372S3V3. Capital BUTLER BROTHERS
N.W. Sills Place 4t Street
1 F. H. A. 1 Cony. Lean Butler Bros.
FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. CaU 372-4361 or 176-7788 BUILDERS
926 W. Univ. 376-1136

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56 Business Opportunities 49 Rooms for RentROOM 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 44 Cottages for Rent 41 Residential Income 35 Houses for Sol"

I with bath fc kitchen privIlege 2 BR. kitchen furn. $42-59 per mo. SANTA FE LAKE. furn. 5 two- HOUSE on Little Lake Santa Fe. .' edroom, 2 bath home. Also ad- TWO Bedroom frame on shad ..
BEER Tavern for sale doing good working lady or grade 24 NE 20th St.. Back yard fenced. Pi P.--- -dent, clean, cow- Private beach dock. boat. $40 lamming rental property. 200 ft 50 X 210'. neat 1 clean tile bath
business.. Call FR -4858 or FR 29194. ate student.' Car necessary Call Contact Ward at 3723289 or 26883. _ple. 6R 5-5373. weekly. Call FR 4-4943 frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd city water. Only 2 blks. from bus
374-4452 after 5:30. .. Ave. Will sell together or separately. line. Immediate occupancy 8150
MACOMA HOMES INC. ALACHUA Hardware Co. for sale. ROOM FOR rent In private home THREE bedroom 1 bath unfurn- 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 45 Furnished Aprs. 4752. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- down payment fc $55 monthly. Set
Phone 4421201 or 442-1259. Student preferred. Call 3723770. ished house at 815 N. E. 5th St. at 1318 SE 2nd Ave. J, phone FR
Can be seen at 536 NE 12th Redecorated inside and outside. 3 N1 bath family rm. N.E. clean EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. 150 SELL OR LEASE small motel -7170. .
MONEY MAKER. New business. Court. & spacious kit eQ. 5125.00 month. Phone 464-3448. make
In beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St. Good location near Shopping Call FR 4-7144. 3 br, 2 bath modern kit, sep dr boarding good house.nursery students.home or

, adjoining city limits. Center.Call Gladys Smith Realtor 51 Misc. Rentals FOR new .RENT home. 3 Complete bedroom electrical, 2 bath rm SI3000 near shopping Highlands EAST' SIDE 973. High Springs Fla Box FORDYCE

1228 W. University 3725393 kitchen cent. heating & air con- 2 br, 1 bath Rural area 170.00 GARDENAPARTMENTS
The Charming fie Livable OFFICE space and living quartersfor ditioning. Located at 1709 N. E. MARY MOELLER REALTOR 42 Forms & Acreage
I i RANCHO GRANDE TIKI OPERATE A CHAIN OF "inside business. 5 room house. 15th St. 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 REALTORAIR

; 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 3 bedroom, 2 both, large COSMETIC CONCESSIONS 320 parking."Waldo Call Road FR 4-7005.for fringe'area S. Newberry.E. SAPP REALTOR.Florida 2 BR, 1 bath. house for rent. $60 $57 per month uo 45 COUNTRY acre tract ESTATE 4 br. J bath ranch

I, study,' family room, living screened porch, beautiful 1 and come earn for attractive only 4-4 additional hours work in LOT for rent for trailer 100 x 180. THREE bedroom 2 bath house month. 372-693. Gainesville's Finest style home. Private 20 acre stocked conditioning wooded lot 4 bed
room, dining room oak family room, oak parquet per week. Can lead to lucrative shady off Archer Road near with Fla. room. built In range. 7 ROOM, 2 story.3 BR. 1' baths. lake 8. 5 acre park like room. 3 bath split level 2200 sq.
parquet floor drapes infloors, drapes included. full-time business. We establish UF. $20 Month. Phone 3722051 N.W. Section. $120 per mo. Phone $140 per mo. Garage. 555 NE Furnished 1 and or 2 unfurnished lawn 20 minutes from town. ft. living area recreation area in
7th Lovely bedroom
Ave GR
i eluded. $30,000'10% $28,500 10% Down. beauty salon accounts for you 464-1177 Waldo.. 5-5032 ment. 307 NE 9th St. Phone apart 37476W MARY MOELLER, REALTOR egx reV;; large living room,
all you do is re-stock and col- 51-A Wanted To Rent room. 2 cargarage 3 BR, 1 bath $150 1937 NW 2nd 1019 W. Univ. FR 4-4471 NW neighborhood. Call
Home family
I Down. Our 1964 Parade 3 BR. 2 bath
Ave. Phone 376-3401. -Fordyce 376-1236-
1 lect. No experience necessarywe
4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave. tram. If you are sincere NICE 3 bedroom furnished house 300BW A 1stAve.. after own WANTED working woman to live In ACRE lots on paved road 2 miles
at 2 Bedroom kitchen 1 from limits. $2200. Call
er equipped. city Only
and share
for until with STONE
and ambitious initial Invest- Sept. 1st Call anytime I expenses same.
1 P.M. Sunday. space heater Adults John Merrill Realtor. FR 21494.
"PLANNING TO BUILD"Let ment of $1.097 can provide terrific 11:00 P.M. 3726673. garage. Phone FR 6-0124. and glass front steel & concrete
results. Local interviewswill VERY nice 3 BR. 1 bath houseat only. $65 Mo. 20 S. 26 SE 9th St. 10 acres for sale $3,000 cash. 2'/i construction 4 BR, 2''; bath horn
us give you an estimate on contracting your new be arranged WELL kept preferably modern 3 706 N. W. 36th Ave. Kitchen FR 4-5724 for info. PRIVATE trailers. Select clean cool 1 & 2 BR miles from Sperry on Monteocha In Skyline Hgts. 2100 sq. ft

j I custom home. PLAYGIRL COSMETICS CORP. br lease.furnished Call home.Mr. Clayton Possible 1 372-yr. furnished $125 mo. Call Uni- UNF. cottage. 4-room frame. Gas yard & trailer maintenance setting. Water furn. Rd.t..< mile off pavement. Call many built in features and cent

Call Gerald or V, Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290 11 West 37th St. New York N. Y. 7173 between 5 5. 7 P.M. varsity Realty. 372-4351. stove circulating heater Venetian On bus line Use of telephone FR 21787 for appointment only. A-c.Fordyce Low 37-down 1236. payment. Call-
10018. 2 BR. bath. Irg. fenced shady blinds. 2 screened porch. Adults only no pets please SAO CLAY COUNTY 20 acres on
Nite FR 6-5015 6-6502 beautiful screened S5S mo. Avail. Sept. 1st. FR 64109. & $40
i or NEEDED lot semi furn. per mo. Phone 372838. Lake Bundy only S5GCO with WOODED
Office located ot N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd. NEIGHBORHOOD GROCERY ideally 25 diesel truck tractors, not more porch, very good for study 4411 NW 6th St. terms GILCHRIST COUNTY ere lot 3 BR home. sliding
' located In Medical School vi- than 2 yrs. old to lease for pull- couples only. 1111 NW 41 Ave. I TWO BR. 1 bath stone and con- -I B RoO water furnished. 1 or 2 per. 39 acres high dry land only glass doors paneled living room
I' cinity. Includes Store building 2 ing trailers in Central Flori- 3 BR 1750 NW 4th Ave.. $13S per crete house. Freshly painted sons private entrance near Med. $2200 cash. COLUMBIA COUNTY20 and dining room. No city taxes
Bedroom 2 Bath central heated walls Inlaid School. 1322 SW 16th acres on Oiustee Creek and only $15.000
da. Permanent lease pay weekly. mo. oak floors Ig. shady Ave. Open with good terms.
residence another residence for Call terminal I manager 9 to 2 BR kitchen equipped. $85 per yard. No children or pets. Sat. & Sun. $2.000 W-terms. LEVY COUNTY- Call Fordyce 376-1236-
rental plus 4 or 7 trailer spaces. 5. Mon. thru Frl Winter Garden mo., 1206 NE 9th Ave. Call 321 S. E. 1st St. Call FR 6-3035. 40 acres near thriving Chiefland.
L Business alone now grossing over Fla. Phone 454-2772. Green Inc. 3723417 NEAR CAMPUS. Married couples 25 acres cleared older buildings.
$60000 per Declining health SUBURBAN. 2 bedrooms sleeping only. Not suitable for childrenor
on paved road only $8.8M\ cash 180 acres 20 miles from
f. dictates sale. $45,000 with terms. PROFESSOR aid wife seeking 2 or SPACIOUS 3 BR. 2 baths builtin room living room dining pets. $70 per'month. or terms has access t., lakeS 63 acres in permanent town.,
3 BR furn. house. Call Prof. Guy oven washer a. dryer, wall room. Large yard Near bus. Phone 374-4451 E. SAPP. Rltr.. NEWBERRY. two welts" fenced S pasture
cross fenced
374-3241. ext. 140. wall carpeting air condo 8 Rent $45 FR 4-5827.
REDFRANKS to heat. Located on beautiful \- FOR RENT 2 BR trailer every FOR SALE 824 acres 75 bearing Vi mile road frontage all set for
WANTED room & board in Hawthorne cent 3 BR, 2 baths family room house thing furnished exceot utilities. cattle farm 145 per Acre. Call
tot $ 75n' mo pecan trees on paved road.
REALESTATE Must be reasonable Call wooded large lot. NW 13th Will furnish water -Fordyce 374-1234.
corner 4204 124 NE 22nd
2609 NW 11th Ave. or 13 miles to Gainesville. Only
= Colonial Charm 374-5808. between I A.M. & 5P.M. See phone at 3724438 PI. 1 year lease $135 per mo. St. Can see or phone FR 24471 $5500 $1000 down balance 12
__ Call FR 6-5744.
r after 3PM.MODERN .
t DISTRIBUTORS WANTED: A revolutionary yrs. Johnie Hansen Broker. FORDYCE
II new liquid cleaner FOUR BR, 2 bath home wood 4481744 Waldo. Fla
For Rent efficiency.
52 Boarders Wanted 49 Rooms 212 SE 7th
Non Toxic Non CausticNon ed lot. Convenient Chil-
mo. St. $75 per mo Call McKinney. CHIEFLAND 40 acres 25 acres ASSOCIATES. INC.
Non Flammable. Approved dren & pets okay 1203 N. W. .
I i Green Inc. 37J 3417. cleared Vi mi. hiway frontage Multiple Listing Realtor
by U. S. Air Force MEN for room and board, plentyof BUSINESS MAN or graduate stu 12th Ave. FR 60652. Grace
older $8800 cash Fordyce.
buildings. or Broker
presently being used for clean- hot water and off street parking dent. Nice front room no only
THREE bedroom house with stove 46 Unfurnished Apts. terms. Call write or see S. E. Associates
.1 Ing military aircraft First time private entrance. Phone FR roomers. 708 E. Univ. Ave. H
offered for sale to industrial and 66036. and refrigerator furnished. Available SAPP. REALTOR. Newberry. vey Benton Dudley G U.ft
Comes to Northwest Gainesville BUSINESSMAN or STudent large 1st week of Sept. 1311 N.E. O. C. Gay Dick Banks
commercial markets can be bedroom to share new 3 bed- 14th Ter. $115 mo. on lease 5 room unfurn. bungalow with 2 30'-1 acres on Levy Lake 10 ml. Frances Hough Sarah Goulden
used for cleaning all metals 54 Business Rentals Weseman baths. 3rd blk. from town on S. of Gainesville. Air CO" d. 926 W. Univ
FR 376-1234
house with single Realty 6-2472.
s synthetics or natural fiber. room Call FR 6-0627 afte prominent avenue. Apply at 304 home. 30CO sq. ft. with 2Vi, __ _
hot or cold detreasing or de- per month. FOR RENT unfurnished house E. Univ. Ave. baths, fireplace. Out buildings.min. .
LARGE Shop building. Long term 6 P.M.
1I : waxing-and If used as directed can be two or three bedrooms down payment. $5000. Owner
lease. Rent 2007 NE 27th DUPLEX
or sale. business man or student master will children. Located at apartment for rent at 4158
PALM VIEW ESTATES for general light or heavy Ave. FR 4-5548 FOR accept NW 6th St. Kitchen 444-3437.
: cleaning-Potential Unl I m I ted bedroom. T.V.. phone etcpri. Paradise, $55 per mo Large equipped. $65
Inquire All.In-One Chemic II SMALL warehouse for rent. entrance garage space avail. lot. Phone Scruggs FR 6-5242 per month. 740 acre range at $135 per acre
Corp. 1930 N. E. 151 Street. DAN BYRD Call 372.6310 or 444-3281 after 6. or FR 4-3544 LARGE 2 BR garage apt. Frank D. Howard. Real Estate.
: N.W. 16th Ave. at N.W. 39th Drive North Miami Florida 33142 or 376-8268. 444-3281 after 6. 2 BR home with garage Close to space heater and water furnished Box Grady 703.Finance High Springs.Co. Office Fla P.O.

phone 945-7407. SINGLE or double to student or Univ. $50 per month. Phone 3747564 TV antenna. Can see aft ELEGANT
FOR LEASE business person male or female. er 5 P.M. at 414 SE 6th St. S Acres adl new V.A. Hospital. AND IMPRESSIVE

A limited number of brick front fully ADVERTISE IN THE Modern air cond. suite of offices. Private entrance! share bath. 400 TWO bedroom, 1 bath 1 block condiminum Builders interested or HI-rise.in Housing with Lovely wall 3 bedroom to wall ,carpet 2 bath and home an
Downtown location near court NE 10th St. FR 2.2986. from 1 47 Houses for Rent Furn. old brick
campus block from fireplace In
air conditioned colonials are now under con- SERVICE DIRECTORY house and federal building. Ph. MARY MOELLER. REALTOR Living.
Double room for students convenient Finley. 2008 N.W. 3rd Ave. $85 1019 W. Univ. FR 4-4471 room. Nice Florida room built in
struction. Prices start at $16,350. VA, 372-7943 or 6-0817. to downtown and campus. per mo. Phone FR 21361. SANTA FE LAKE CCB cottages kitchen central heat and air conditioning

FHA Conventional For information FOR LEASE 10,000 ft. store Phone FR 4-8314 modern. 1 efficiency and 1 two screen porch with a
financing. sq.
2 BR house for lease $125 per 43 Colored Property lovely fenced In back yard with
SUBLEASE building W. Univ. Ave. Price 5800 NICE quiet home to mature Located avail. Sept. S. Phone
376-7971. I mo. at C15 20th St. GR 5-5375 Melrose. pool and shuffle board court.
per mo. Call Hershall Haynes student or business person. Contact owner at 70S NW 20th St.
Building at FR 4-2441 or B. F. Mizell FR New Quality Hugh Edwards built I
Phone FR 4-4044 2 BR. house. $30 per month. See _
-1551. FOR SALE OR SENT 2 BR, CCR home. Three bedrooms 1 bath GOOD BUY owner has fett
229 W. UNIV. AVE. ROOM for man, excess to showers rouse, $150 4own. $75 per mo. Elmo Yarbrong. Melrose Fla. As low as $43. per month with, town and must sell 4 bedroom
HUGH EDWARDS Inc. Next Door to Florida SMALL in business 1600 block or office West space University located refrigerator and phone. 414 Rent unfurn. $80 mo. 1030 N.W. 2 bedrooms. CB., house fur. on $2,000 down or will arrange termsto I 2 bath home. Living room, family
Theatre. Ave. For information NE 2nd Ave. Phone FR 21981. 55th St. 377 8819 or 3/6-5084. Swan Lake. S45 Mo. Also Small suit buyer. Located 643 NE room and screen porch. Central -
more heat and air
: 1 Br.. house $45 Mo. Call FR 3- 15th Street. conditioning.
Builder-Developer PHONE 372-0440 phone FR 3012. week daily 3 BR with oak floors screened Edwards Inc. Priced to selL
I STUDENTS. $10 per 8352 or GR 5-5220 Melrose. Hugh
Large warehouse for rent. service. Star & Wayfarer Mo- porch carport utility room rear Phone 374-7971
376-1236. Littlewood School. Call 376-5857. ONE 2 BR house & one 2 BR NEAR UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Fordyce tels. 454-1920.
trailer for rent in Micanopy. HOMES FOR SALE Lovely brick home M
I HOUSE for rent on 441 near Pay Call Brezma 464-3343. 2 & 3 bedrooms SE 14th St. & large wooded lot. Three bedroom
nes Prairie 3 bedroom 1 bath 7th Ave. Small down payment 2 baths large living room with

t First time in Gainesville! A 4 bedroom, centrally air- THREE 4663272.stove bedrooms& refrigerator.din. rm.,Phone family ONE MONEY.NICEST bedroom IN See TOWN anytime newly FOR at painted.THE 1958 with Also monthly no homes payments down built payment.on$57 your to $45 Ph.lot; fireplace Florida study.J. ,room separate, plus dining a detached room.

NW 4th St.
rm patio. Good location close FR 24125.
to shopping tenter. Phone 3728457 J. FINLEY AREA Nc! 3
L One bedroom house furn newly I am interested in buying several bedroom home walking distance
conditioned homeless thas $95 dec. 4144 NW 13th St. No chil- lots at the right price. Call to J. J. Finley. Large living room,
per mo. LARGE 1 story four BR house dren or pets S45 a mo Call Mr. 372-4125 separate dining room and fencedin
with play room. Liv. rm., din. Haynes at 6-2441 or 4-2730 yard.

I r '' 'J. .x' +t', ,. ..;. ..;. :.. )('! rf" j1 rm r kitchen combination. V/i 2 BR, sm. study room $80 mo. 43-1 COLORED RENTALS
'' bath.
4 mi.
from town. LIVING Relax and
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rf > it ..;'... ..t. ,.." < ... '",", N. '. .. c ,..,.. '. N m yard for children. $125 mo. Call partially furn. Water & elec. furn enloy life and your family In this
,. : <.t: 5 min. from 441S NOW RENTING
} 5 ; : ,. .4. campus on
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t. '.,,! .. .. )$<:_ '. ..,\- .. ".' ", FR 22648 Ph. 374-5984 after 5. 3 bedroom 2 bath home Large
; to: ." .' ...!.1t\..,,tE .. ::, i'l: ;''f>" : x. < ( ff. '!i : "" 1 .'t"AoJ COLORED ultra modern 2 BR du- living room wall to wall carpet
f : : ... : : THREE bedroom 1 bath fireplace FEMALE plex apartments large living and and brick fireplace. Separate dinIng .
; : >t : ;: ;t ; & ( stove. refrigerator fenCe roommate wanted to dining area modern kitchen with Florida room, built-In
t. : ; : :& : ; share new air conditioned house room.
: : :
: .. ; .; .. .:.. .' i. :: \ ed month.yard near schools; $!20 per near campus. Prefer teacher or fan large storage closets, terrazzo .- kitchen. plus a lovely screened
>r t ..$. 4-4220. floors tile baths space heater wooded
< beautiful
> : .. : ". --< .''1<; .>>. 't. ..', '.1 .. 4.. \ .t. '* < $ graduate student 374-2129. and hot water heater facilities patio on a large

< ': : < .. .I. ; : / ..r.:1: :ti :> '. : j:; i 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In FURNISHED Newnan's Lake.two $55 bedroom per mo.house paved for streets.washing See machines at N.E. 26th and BEAUTIFUL lot. Heavily woodedlot

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P +.' f" "t .':.. ''"w SHADOWLAWN Phone 3729941. Ter. or call for appointment fronting approximately 148 ft
: < '.: : .l "' 5321 or 372-5322. with a depthof
,"' '' : r' ; ESTATESF. on SW 15th Street
' > .. ; : '. 1: ; ,"'; : i.: .'t' : D. OLIVER TWO bedroom house for married about 195 ft Restricted residential -
., / .. couple, flog per mo. Completely ADVERTISE IN THE lot of around 2.3rds Of an
.. ., OFFERING furnished. no children no .acre close in and with. plenty ef
> ,. > Individual Styles For You pets. Ph. FR 29854 SERVICE DIRECTORY shade trees. Just $3,00000 cash

i I 9 Well planned living areas or easy terms.
: t tl Quality material I workmanship -

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l A community you would be M.M.PARRISH.
proud to live in COLOREDRENTALS
Drive West on N.W. 39th -
'> to Ave. past the Glen Spring in-
tersection. See sign on left.
FR 20866.
Wayne Hill Helen Graham
Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary ParnshIt

10 baths, excellent location and
BUILT HOME OF 11Ix ..., Income. Only $38,00000 with S13
GAINESVILLEJamaicastyle 000 down.
pace setter A

'4c; w.6sv ," :: : = :. Forty living foot room Florida room I 2 BR apts DUPLEX double gar t close <

x* ; : Paneled library with fireplace in corner lot; 14000.00 and only
$1.000.00 down. Check thesel
0 Luxurious master suite with
walk.in : xi I Ph. 372-4224 or 3724225

i 1:30 ; built-In closetsdressingroom vanity wall LOW DOWN PAYMENT terms
o ..m.TODAY and shoe closet avail 3 BR, IV* baths CCB.
OPEN HOUSE a Fabulous kitchen breakfast S84 per mo Including taxes 8,
utility room.. and workshoparea Ins. Close to schools churches
etc. Dead end street. 1408 NE

Twenty.six foot closet wall 3 lAth Ter or 372.3855.

Guest suite with sunken tubS F BR 2 bath home S4000 equityIn
Two landscaped patios 1 $20000 class. For sale or
acre lot In most select trade for lake lot or what have
neighborhood you for equal' value FR 6-1149.

Scads of sky light so houseis
0 .', > 39 Out of Town Property
csheerful even In
The MILTON weather a) 2 Bedrooms Stove hood with light and fanS
Large living dining area Double compartment sink
0 This house Is .Ideal for LIQUIDATING properties High
lavish or casual 0 Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds Springs Area. from 5.000 to $25.
entertaining 0 Terrazzo Floors el Tile window sills 000; Terms or Trade 454-1929
FREE 0 Never hove you seen so 0 Tiled tub and showers el Large lawn with grass andS
? much cabinet and drawer Large double sliding door shrubbery
FHA 650 9489p:; 40 Business Properties
down, ?,.. space one roof. closets Insulated Attic
0 Three-car garage. Total 0 Linen Closets Close to school and bus stop
square footage 48 000 square feet business or ma"ufacturing
( 48 roof BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS.For lot Highway and railroad
VA Nothing down $96 : Happy to show by appointmentonly. frontage J. W. Kirkpatrick
P e mo. appointment call 372-5321 or 327-5322 Agency 31 N. Main FR 2-8404

00 372-1987 Take northeast 8th ave. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 block. SHOWROOM warehouse. 6200 soft .
E. Univ. Write P. O. Box
$100 ($100 Closing Costs VA) I 2383. Tampa Fla. Confidential.

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Back to schoolWARDROBE Principal, Interest, ,

Central Air Conditioning

I Built-in Tappan Oven and Range PRESENTSTHE

with Hood, Fan and Filter.
for your children from


L'J A/

Drive North on Main, Turn Right at N.E. '

THE STORE WITH MORE / 23rd Blvd., and Continue to N.E. 12th .St.


to Model Home at 1322 N.E. 31st Ave.

Nothing to buy just register at Kirkpatrick CENTRAL HEATING

& Pierson's model home 1322 N.E. 31st Avenue

today through Sunday Sept. 6. Drawingwill DUCTED FOR AIR CONDITIONING

be held at 5 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 6. You Four full bedrooms make this one of Kirkpatrick & Pier-

must be 18 years of age to register.2nd son's finest new home values yet the price is modest DOUBLE WALL OVEN-COUNTER TOP

enough to fit your budget. Rich wood paneling gives

warmth to the spacious living area and there's on oversize i STOVE WITH HOOD

and 3 r d Prizes : storage room too.


G.E. Transistor RadiosKirkpatrick The kitchen has all the features that Highland Court

Manor kitchens are famous for: eye-level Tappan built-in 3 BEDROOMS

oven and range with hood.. fan..and filter;' vinyl tile, floor,
genuine Wall-Tex vinyl wallpaper chip-proof cabinets, 2 FULL BATHS WITH LUMINESCENT LIGHTING

stainless steel sinks I
,safety-edge counter tops and dC4ble.

& PiersonBuilders 'DOUBLE' DOOR ENTRY !

This air-conditioned Milton can be yours for as little as .

and Developers $94.89 per month. Be sure to see' it today and register for CURVED DRIVE TO DOUBLE CARPORT I II
Sales OfficeN.E. 23rd
& 11th Terr. the free $100 bock-to-school wardrobe to be given away I

Phone 372-3471 Sept. 6. I

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ONLY $18,500 .: _

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Sunday, August 30 1964 Gainesville Sun 7D

r 66<< Mile For SaU. 85 Automobiles for Sale 85 Automobiles for SaU 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE

CLASSIFICATION INDEX I IIJ' CLEAN rugs, like new so easy VOLKSWAGEN station wagon 1500 '60 BONNEVILLE, loaded, excellent '61 Chevrolet parkwood wagon, witri
to do with Blue Lustre. Rent Valiant. 1963 with seat belts push condition. $1650. air. Wholesale STUDENT SPECIAL -
electric shampooer SI. McDani- button starter & French horn. Phone 376-8687. '54 Plymouth perfect cond
ell Furn. Co.,. Gainesville Shop $2500. FR -0522.. 43.000 sworn lo miles. $3 s. Phone
OUNC M TS 'MERC.HA-NDIS "In ping Center.HENDERSON'S. 1955 PONTIAC. 2 dr.. auto. trans.. FR -4405. BACK TO SCHOOLSPECIALS
IJ' DODGE Royal 1956 autom. trans., V-a, radio, heater. $220. Call or
1.4 r r'AN Memcrlaan' !-Tkanka* Wanted t* BIT MILL STORE.US new seat covers tire and muff- see after 5:30 P.M. 372-3251 at 1964 CORVAIR spider convertible
T I Hwy. 19. River Fla.
1"0..4 t2 M.chUtry Te.U Crystal ler, good gas mileage. Call 1045 NE 13th PI. Daytona blue radio heater 4
,. Lsii' Tons
.. 63 of Towels. Miles of Fab- 3723492 or come by 1036 NE speed transmission wire wheel
Penonallied SerTleei Building Materials rlcs. Hundreds of Rugs. Headquarter 1st Ave.CADILLAC. 1958 FORD. Excellent condition covers bucket seats 4.000 miles.
J I Travel InforraallomEvecUl It HomelMU Geeda for Beach Towels. completely reworked. Low mileage
I I otlcta, ES Antl|..s 1955 red convertible new paint new tires. Call Yoke over payments. Phone 376-
\ 1 Florlitf 66 )l1a.. For Sato 30" range T-V antenna bed fully powered with new top. $200 372-0770 or see after 5:30 P.M. at 4339 or 372-9776.
I Sitters.- Cbl' Cart 67 Trading Pests chest headboard, desk I lamp. See at Tenneco Stat. corner of '
1410 SE 1st Ave. BLUE 53 CADILLAC Conv.
T. C. And 68 Articles Wanted chairs cameras 2 typewrit e r s. S. Main & 4th Ave.
'1'. See 69 F..l 00 A Wa.d. violin lamps blender & Other '61 Cadillac. 4 dr... extra clean 31.- $80. Call FR 67706.
Things 60 SUNBEAM Alpine. excellent
':. Boat. Items. Ph. 3725850. 000 actual miles. $2395. See at
Marine E.mlp. cond.. one owner, many extras. 3921 SW MSt Chevrolet Impala Cony. All
I I., 71 Camp .Bout FUat MOVIE outfit. complete. I mm Priced right. Call FR -7824. Tom 13th St.Sawyer 376-2172.Pkg. Store. power, big engine. Five new
98 Office .
E, tpmepk Keystone electric eye zoom tires new battery $895. 421 NW
Airplane Sale.Be.talaa 73 Musical .Merchant lens camera; protector; screen; FOR Sale or Trade for travel 3rd Ave. Phone 2-1820.
Track far Sale viewer; tItter; etc. FR 6-9452. 63 OLDS F-eS, loaded! Excellent. trailer. '56 Super 88 Oldsmobile.
Trmekf Wanted REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE condition. See Mr. Green University good condition new tires. Phone MODEL 'A* truck as Is, $35. Call
.' Tractors *Track: Rentals white grapes. by City Bank. FR 6-4707. Mrs. M. R. McGirvray, FR 6-
quart or larger amounts. On the
,I .. ,. ft TraUer Rentals J2 Mobil Homes for Sail iI Archer Rd. Phone 376-7938. '63 PONTIAC Grand Prix 2-dr. 57 FORD 3590.
I !I M McUrejcles Scooter ;33 Lots for SaleS hardtop, fully equipped. Air conditioned Hardtop convertible
SI Automobile ::aIII Watirfrnt Property MOD. 94 .30 .30 Winchester low mileage extra clean. extremely clean $795 87 Automobiles Waster
1 = IS Automobiles Sato U $70; Mod. 12-16 Ga. Winchester Call 372-5626.
Hegsei For gal
Swap Car $60; or will trade. Phone : Ph. 376-3440 CARS WANTED t9SO-54 Fords
26 Ccttatei FarSale 57 CHEVROLET Belair convertible
37 FR 6-6921. 1960 VALIANT station wagon. auto & Chevrolet A! Herndon ServIce -
Real Estate Exchanged all good condition. LeavIng
I power .. car. in excel- Station. *U SE 4th St.
trans. 1 owner
S* Real Estate Wanted mattress. ; Cos- town, must sell. Phone 376- See at 1630 NW
SckooU .tneUq 39 Omt ., T.wa Property co high chair $10. potty chair 2731. lent condition.
$2; stroller $5. Phone 372-8167 55th St. 3768682.CLEAN
Matlc. DacctBf. 40 BulDell Properties
I Wanted-Initraetloa 41 Residential beam .I _.or_see at 444 NW 27th Ave. 1961 VW deluxe sedan extra clean '57 FORD wagoi. $300. 703
43 Farms Acreage CHRISTMAS NEAR! new engine many extras. $1090. W. Unlv. Ave.Phone .
Call 372-6153. MELTON
i 43-1 Colored Property Sales Start getting your gifts now. We 372-3054. n

1 I Work Wanted Mala have Xmas trees nativity scenes i
$50. In running
1955 Plymouth
RENTALS 6000 miles
I and ceramic gltts.ELL..S 64 BUICK Skylark

I 111 Help Sales Work-Malo help Wanted Wanted or Femalo Female 43 Colored Property Rentals I 2145 g. Univ CERAMICS FR 6-5S68 $200 FR down 2-7433 take or FR up 23785 payments.Call after. condition.34th Place.Can see at 726 N. W. MOTORSDouble 63 CADILLAC 63 CHEVY II

41 Collates tor Reit 5.00 P.M. '61 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille white

11% Male Oramatle Help Wanted 42 Famished Apt.. 67 Trading Pests '55 CHEVROLET. standard trans all power and air. Low mileage. Sedon DeVille. No. C55A. air conditioned Nova sedan. No. 0153A automatic
4* tires. Orig
tTofnralihed I new
I Female Bely Wanted 47 flosses 'or Rent Apt*. Fira.4S mission. 6 cylinder. Perfect condi- r"ea7e.nd1:5.;! Call. FR 2-4678. Checked white low mileage reduced transmission. In factory warranty, reduced -
l'I WILL trade good 14 foot fiberglass tion. Call 372-6638. 1815 NW 7th $300. $200.
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 49 Houses for Rent Cn/ara. boat for your car. even PL 57 CHEVROLET Belair V-8 4 dr. USED CARS
Boon fr Rent tires. air
trade or boot If warranted. FR excellent condition. new
t< Perm Equipment M Hotel Booms 2-8181. ASSUME balance 1962 Chevrolet and power steering. $395. Call FR $4595 $1795
"27 Feed Fertilizer fil Hlse. Rental Ii Impala. 2 dr. hardtop. excellent 2-4678. '63 BUICK
2S Livestock Ik Supplies AlA Wanted T. Rent 62 Allstate scooter in excellent condition. Call Jones 376-5351.
--1- 29 Landscaping Top Soli S3 Boarders Wanted : condition for riding lawn mower 1961 Corvalr Monza '00. Four- Special 4 door. sedan VI.
10 Pets Supplies S3 Office Desk Space Phone Howard J1SA4 1963 DODGE DART air cond. 4-dr. door, automatic transmlss I Ion. standard transmission blue.
SI Livestock WantedFINANCIAL SI Buiincia RsntaJa !ii radio & heater manual shift. Call FR 6-9748. $1895 62 CADILLAC 61 CHEVROLETImpala
70 Beats-Marine Equip. ww undercoating perffect. -
f& warranty.) FR 1.5170. 662 BUICK

SI Business Opportunities SERVICE S3: SpccUl StrflceiS3 12 Ft. aluminum fishing boat, used 1963 FAIRLANE 500 2-door, automatic FOR THE CORRECT Special deluxe 4 door sedan Sedon DeVille, No. C45A. air conditioned hardtop sedan, No. P85A air

I 37 Moses U Lean Hm ImprcTcmealaSI less than | year; $100. Phone V-8 radio tutone. Good TIME ee a I r conditioned automatic local I one owner, excellent condition conditioned. full power.
fit Mortgagee ladle TT Scrrlc I FR 27101. condition. Call FR 6-0374. 707 N.W. transmission. radio heater. reduced $200.
-19 Montj Wanted I 25 \ >plianc* 4k FurnitureaIiiiiirniiSSiiiiiSuuuswMMiuwlWUIllhI1H 25 h p. Johnson outboard motor 2nd Ave.57FORO. FR21411Courtesy $1895 $1595

cttI1nlllllllUII""lIIImUI"'Ho 111.-..'...'"""'"'""."'....'nl..m.n......_._ first $75 takes. Phone 3722489. conv. new top. excel $3495
.uwwa..IIUUIIUIIIUUIlIUIlWlIiIII'" 14 FT. Marine Plywood runabout lent condition. Valve job being Of 62 BUICK
with completed. A sacrifice at $725. I
steering hookup lust completely
66 Misc. For SaU reworked excellent con-- FR 6-9648 after t p.m. University Chevrolet Special convertible power ,' !
61 ,Wanted to Buy steering power brakes air 60 CHEVROLET
dtion. SilO. FR 6-5826. 16th Ave.
T-V ADVERTISE IN THE N. Main St. at conditioned, white.
antennas.$3 single stack $7 61 CADILLAC
double FOR SALE 14 fiberglass boat. SERVICE DIRECTORY
CASH tor your used appliances.furniture stack $13.00 complete kit. $2095
< clothing, etc.* Call Williams I Jim Voyles. 419 NW Ith Ave. 35 h. p. motor & trailer. $695. Porkwood station wagon. No. 0204A,

.. Service. Center.. Hawthorne NEED a second TV? I have thisarea's Call 376-4955. '62 VALIANT Sedan Deville No. C34B. air condi- V8. overdrive, excellent condition reduced -
Rd. 372 3737. largest selection of used ; 14 FT. Dixie Flyer runabout 35 2 door. hardtop standard tioned, fully equipped reduced $200. $100.
-- TVs Priced Will finance HP Lark '59 Evinrude new pow C.C.R. SALE
COINS WANTED transmission, radio heater.
Kt'D;: RADIO & I er head. Gator trailer top and
uncirculated dollars $2795 $1195
All proofs 4
and crowns of the world. TV. Hawthorne Rd.. across from II windshield. Many extras. Ready- -

REBEL. STAMP I COIN SHOP Gainesville Drive-In. to go reasonably priced. BelAir 4-door V8 62 SAAB
W. Ave High Springs Fla. Ph. Sunday 55 CHEVROLET, ,
.80? %J&versity REMINGTON electric $345
typewriter. 454-1717
454-1153 weekdays
$100. overdrive 2 door sedan, heater.
Underwood office typewrit. standard transmission.
: Machinery & Tools er J5750, Good condition. Call 72 Office Equipment $995 60 CADILLAC 60 CHEVROLETImpala
372-4738 after 5 P.M. 56 CHEVROLET 4-door. 6 eyl.

.TA6-LE saw. and saw other icmter portable power power hand 9 X 12 rug. $8; 4 lamps. $4-each; PRICES SLASHED matic transmission, radio, auto$425 '62 CHEVROLET Sedan No. C31 A. air conditioned. full hardtop sedan. No. 08A. V8
service for t ovenware dishes Station wagon. 9 passenger, power steering, reduced $100.
4oolf Phone FR *-''5?_ $10; stroller. S3; Fedders air On all types of office equipment.Less '57 CHEVROLET 2-door, V8, automatic transmission radio power reduced $200.
'cond.'$75. FR 25543. than wholesale. New. used auto$545 heater, power steering air
'64 Household Goods ALL channel TV antenna and 20 ft. and rebuilt electric and manual matic transmission, heater conditioned. II $2195 $1295

THREE pieces matched juvenile mast. $1250. 3.speed reversible cash adding registers machines; calculators; typewriters; 100; 58 CHEVROLET 2-door, 6 cyl., auto- $545 $1995 II:
window fan $10; like 2-wheel ,
MO.Phone check writers of all makes; like
lu/niture. utility trailer $50: small matic transmission' radio heater '
376-6819. Kenmore washing new, $20 and up. Terms can be 62 MERCURYStation 58 CHEVROLET
$10; 10 to 15' ft. adjustable traverse arranged. Will take trade-ins. University '59 CHEVROLET 4-door, 6 cyl., $ wagon. 4 door full 59 CADilLACSedan
.\, TA-G APPLIANCES Office Equipment at F CQC power air conditioned.
rod. $7 50. See at 538 N. W. Sedan No. 0173B V8. white and
Tested and Guaranteed 34th Drive or phone FR 6-9914. & E CHECK PROTECTOR COM standard transmission heater . $2095 C4IA white and light blue
.42 Refrigerators from $39 up PANY. 2727 N.W. 6th St. FR 2- green.
Ranges from $39 up "UNBELIEVABLE"Brand 0963 or FR 22105. '62 CORVAIR, Monza, 4-door, 4- $ | '61 VOLKS full power.
new sofa-bed and chair. 295
17 Washers from $19 up $295
5 Dryer from $49 up S59.95; platform rockers, $1295; speed, radio, heater, whitewall tires Convertible radio. heater.
2 Food;Freezers from $99 up scoop chairs $1?; ell channel 73 Musical 1 Merchandise $1 C.95 $1595
55 BUICK 4-door automatic
2 Dishwashe/s from $49 up stacked antennas. $4; used refrigerators transOQC

10 'TV Sets from $35 up WILLIAMS, $25.SERVICE TVs WILL transfer to responsible party mission, radio, heater 60 FALCON
JIM VOYLEi APPLIANCE CO. choice: of four spinet or console 61 FALCONStation
419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372.5303 Hawthorne Rd. 372 3937. 2 door sedan sand. transmission
pianos. Pick up payments of Wur. 57 BUICK, 4-door, automatic 57 CADILLAC
fORSALE.. i hot water tanks, 30 BABY BED with mattress $15 litzer Spinet Piano trade back, trans$395 runs good. wagon, No. 0191A, radio, heater -
gal.'with gas heater attached also save $220. Wurlltzer Organ with mission radio heater . $495 economical 6.
'. IM-tal.. butane gas tank. Complete Ph. 376-8690. sound & motion, pick up pay. Fleetwood No. P77 air conditioned, reduced ,
_. with 2 shat- ments. we have a piano to fit 58 BUICK, 2-door, automatic '60 FALCON
gauges crane BARGAINS in beds. chests odds trans$545
..low weH pumps. .Inquire Lewis and ends at Treasure Chest Fair. 702 any W.decor.Univ.EARL'S Ave. 376-0031.PIANO CO... mission radio, heater . 2 door sedan. stand transmission $100. $1095
Jewelry Co. banks. 'Just north of airport. Open radio heater.
Friday night for browsing. TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS $795
PIANO.JlOO Kenmore elec. $545
range Buy now for this fall. Many to SPECIALS
$69; Sofa tied i rocker set $35; SMALL chest type home .freezer
choose from. Instant credit.
Bathlnette S9; car bed S3. baby excellent condition. $75. Phone 60 OLDS 61 FORD
Gainesville Music Center
$2 3764881. 374-0873. 62 CORVAIR 700" 4-door $
Creamer auto-
3725421. 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave. OQC I 4 doer sedan, power steering '

...''POR'f Aet. dishwasher. 1959 Kenmore REUPHOLSTERED sofas & chaIrs math trans., R&H, whitewall tires OYD I power brakes. radio. heater 55 CADILLAC Galaxte sedan. No. 065A V8, automatic
: Excellent condition. $75. *4 roll away bed cedar chest automatic transmission. transmission 43,000 miles
-PhoneFR 6-5890 to see birdseye maple bedroom suite, Upright pianos. $95 and up '55 CHEVROLET $1195 Sedan. C 14C.
electric dressers Used spinet pianos $495 and $1 I
range. new pore up 95
-ROSE" sofobed and choir like ch swings. wash stands brass Used organs. $795 and up. panel . . . . . . 59 BUICK -$1295
-new; $40. FR 6-8484. andirons. antique china cabinet GRIDLEY MUSIC COMPANY $199
bric a brae and other household Gainesville Shopping CenterFR 4 door. sedan, radio. heater _
Ft. Kelvinator refrigerator. per. Items. Nearly Nu Furni- 245 automatic: transmission.
fect cond. S75 404 N. W. 14th ture Shop. 324 NW. Ith Ave. 25353. 56JEEPSTER . . . . $795
St.Phone FR 27693. Phone 376-4892. SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at 60 FORDStation
GE elec stove for sale. $25. Call BOY'S red Schwinn 24" bicycle $20. $495. Rebuilt small Grand Piano $295 57 BUICK 63 OLDS

after 5:30 P.M. 3727038. 1204 NW 18th Ave. $650. Also another truck load of wagon, heater . : . . . Convertible power steering wagon. No. C41C, radio, heater
those fine factory rebuilt pianos 88 sedan. No. 01 14A, air conditioned. 6 cylinder. stick shift.
brakes. radio heater.
MUSTEU..retrigerator. kitchen power
LONESOME T.V looking for a new fully guaranteed arrived today. 61 FALCON $
table & chair. Best offer accept viewer Will leave home for $30. We Invite you to visit us for all 295 $495 power 32,000 miles sold and servicedby
eeL All In excellent condition Ph. 3725047. 605 NE 11th Ave. your musical needs. ( Beach Buggy) . . . $795
B&G 100 G. M.
Leaving country. Phone FR LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE 56 BUICK % warranty. 5%
.9862. 412 N.W. 17th St. HEAVY DUTY Singer Industrial
sewing machine, completely' re- 112 SE 1st Street MECHANICS 4 door hardtop radio heater, A. C. financing.
WRINGER washer good condition conditioned. $125. 372569.REPOSSESSED CLARINET for sale good condition SPECIAL air conditioned.
make offer. FR 4-2848. ZIG ZAC 3 yrs. old. $60 $395 $2795 62 CHRYSLERCrown

bought a Kenmore. Excellent condition 19J4 Model PHONE 3761349. '53 Chevrolet 2-door '
4 ELECTRIC' tange. Westinghouse Stitch O- Matic Zig Zag: does n. power glide, '55 OLDS Imperial hardtop sedan, No.

'. "SO".""evtHltnPhone "tonddio1 $wt $ ;.;,'afl J < toS5Se {. at'YftisnL ": Ni ?**' Automotive 'i' 'radio, hearer, . $195 4 door hardtop as Is special. C63A air conditioned "cfufse control,.
3725734. on "
red with white leather
buttons. monograms, etc. Reliable $195 62 OLDS loaded one own-
Automatic washer. $45 refrigerator -
party to assume only 4 NEW AT DEALERS COST er.
$120. Phone 3725777. 60 ANGLIA
83 Motorcycles & Scooters
payments of $810 Call Credit "98" sedan No. 0170B air i conditionedand
NEW electric stove S136 this is Manager 3727680. United Sewing 4 door sedan. $2995
$53 less than retail price New Center 1960 CUSHMAN Husky Highlander 64 Bridgertone motor scooter, $270 $395 power, light tan.
refrigerator $231 this is $52 engine & body In excellent
less than retail price. Fred Bryan USED vacuum cleaners. $15 & condition; $160. Phone FR 6-5826. I
up some like new. Call 7110 or THESE CARS MUST GO $2395
FR 6-1123 or FR 6-6332. 1963 YAMAHA Y-D 3 250CC motor
: FOR SALE 40 Inch gas stove good see at 7P M. Main. cycle. Four speed. 75 MPG & Check prices anywhere in town and compare. MELTONMOTORS 61 CHRYSLER
condition, "5 Phono FR 69940. AZALEA plants for sale $7 per 75 MPH. Crash bars and other
hundred. Belvedere Azalea Nurscry > extras. Excellent mechanic I ti evport 'don. No. C52A air conditioned -

66 Misc. For Sol Earleton. Phone 468-1261. PM.condition. Call FR 23721 after 5 Open Sunday 2 to 6 P.M. 60 OLDS wnit e. reduced $200.

FOR SALE Iron beds with springs

Thor Multi Matic Air Tool kit. able.excellent Call condition 3720947. very reason- 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR 98" hardtop sedan. No. 099A. air $1495
Makes 7 tools all air driven. full miles.
RAULERSONMOTORS conditioned 47,000
,. Carrying Case & quick disconnect TWO PC. Simmons LR suit reup- CONDITIONING, Tune -up
hoses. $50. FR 6-2377. holstered. $49; baby bed 510; bas Special, $250 for performancetest. 703
Formica toP. 11 X 20" boards for sinette. $3; 12 pc. wood DR 'suite All makes and models. $1495 DODGEPioneer
do It ur selfers. $1. Kiddie- $55; baby cradle. $1259! ; vanity of Chrysler built cars. Hawes- N. MAINFR
end table. Kitchen bin or board. & stool $14. dresser $10; refrigerator Powers Motor Co. Air Conditioning -
Gainesville Auto Top Shop. with cross top freezer $45; Servicing Center. 204 N. station wagon No. 01 35A.

ios.WEJGHTsatety with new playpen. 34 rollaway bed. $1750; Main St. Phone FR 22561. 6-7571 60 OLDS power steering, very clean reduced

I cwx.A.Diet Tablets Only 98-cents.JP Westinghouse electric range $22.* 1619 HAWTHORNE RD. $100.

JnE.EK.. IC nov4 Drug' SO furniture.; desk &We other buy miscellaneous&, sll. PAU. 85 Automobiles for Sale I 98" hardtop sedan. No. (01 82A, full $1295

I LINE'S. 1425 E. Univ. FR 6-0858. 1959 Lark I. Power steering radio. power, 37,000) miles.
: UA1)for.saje. 1.1ve or dressed.
Free delivery. heater. $500. Phone Bill at FR 6-
___J> one, 41-2674. 3848. 5 % & 5 % SALE -
I'have a 21" Zenltn TV for sate REPOSSESSED $1395
S 'Works perfectly. Will sacrifice at Style Mate Singer Like 59 CHRYSLERNew
.$19. Parjcer-s BarBQ. 1214 NW new. nothing to buy to Zig Zag Value Rated
SJ\ AYe, 31-V:! 2.. applique monogram. fancy stitches 1964 RAMBLERS Yorker hardtop. No. C24B. air
button holes, darns mends. Used Cars 60 OLDS
CITIZEN- BANDRADIOS etc. Assume payments of $7.50 conditioned, loaded.
New and Used $60 per mo. Small balance. Mikell 2 DOOR COST $ 1693
Complete line of photo suppilesFULLERS Sewing Machine Service. 115 W. B&G MOTOR CO. SEDAN 88" hardtop sedan, No. 0217A, power $1095
Unlv FR 6-1075. plus 5 % 84
419 W. Univ. Ave. FR 20713 Cadillac Oldsmobile steering.

WE WANT TO buy late model used 2001 NW 13th St.
refrigerators. .Exceptionally High $1295 '
trade-Ins now given I 1777 64 PONTIAC


lit S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-6479. GAINESVILLEAUTO Catalina hordtop sedan, No. 0189A

TRADE your costly' to operate SALES 59 OLDS air conditioned, power steering and
I ELECTRIC I water heater and brakes.
$43 for a new glasslmed GAS 1007 N. Main St. I white
water heater. Much mora hot 88" hardtop coupe. No. 0168A.
water at about half the cost with Phone FR 2-6313 $3295
OUR LP GAS. PROPANE'I Northcentrol Florida' Delivered With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL! and gold, power steering.

I Chairs low ,aa ,S3., No money Independent DealerF7CA1 Home of 5 % Profit 5 % FinancingRIDGWAY
down, low a%,.,sS **r month 64 PONTIACCatalina.
Free estmate1e: pickup and itor
livery service., All work..guaran-' 58 OLDS 2-door sedan. No. 0206A,

teed.' Phone 376-77S6. 64 VOLKSWAGEN light blue radio, heater, one owner

KODAK Reoina-rf'flrx S with 50- Deluxe Microbus. sunroof, with "98" hardtop sedan. C35C< oir conditioned less than 9,000 miles still in factory
mm 119 no-rial lens; 135mm top windows radio heater and k I MOTOR CO. reduced
145 telephoto lens 60mm screw- other accessories. Only 3.000 I PONTIAC hod motor overhauled, in very warranty
In filters and aux lens case. All miles like new 50 BHP.

time In first 372-1145.class condition.nights 3724537.$200. Day. $2695 302 N.W.Sth Ave. I 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 sharp condition. $2495 4'

FR 2-2583
BOLEX 8mm movie camera. F 25 63 PONTIACTempest. I $795
lens $25. Two child's rocking
chairs $4 and $5. Phone FR 2- LeMans. air conditioned 63 RAMBLER
7101. white with red top. 4 I

NEW ono used chain saws lawn speed transmission. 57 OLDShardtop "
550" sedan No. 0251. 6 cylinder
mowers. edgers. tampers. I light $1895
plants cable. Wisconsin. Briggs I TREMENDOUS radio heater. automatic transmission,
& Stratton new and used rro- 63 coupe No. 0169A. white. Zt.OOO miles.
tors. Rental, sales and service. VOLKSWAGENRuby
Meyers Power Tools. 234 NE I red clean.
16th Ave. Phone 376-3411. $200 $1695
I pieces of upholstery material, at SAVINGS
5 reduced price for Quick sale.' '62 VOLKSWAGEN

22 One niture.yards.54" x Horn 24 yards.Beautiful One 54'Fur.x- I' nice.Pear) white, radio, WSW. extra 63 BUICK 62 VOLVO

ST. PAT'S size S & 10 shirts size I $1295 LeSobre, station wagon, No. C62A, one 122S sedan No. 0145A, air conditioned -

6 lumpers. PEDESTAL table & 4 f owner, 22,000 miles. radio. heater, bucket seats, 27-
fiberglass Chairs. $30. 1526 N. E. 61 VOLKSWAGEN 000 miles.

| 12th PRICES Ter. SLASHED I Beryl green radio. $1095 I : I $3195 $1595 1

On all types of office equipment. i
Less than who'esaie.: New. used 60 VOLKSWAGENMango I
and rebuilt electric and manual green, clean. 59 BUICK '
adding machjnes.2; typewriters I 61 RAMBLER
castu/C9ist rsi,..< )cwi4itors; ito $995 I
Cbcck writers ef.ait makes like LeSobre. hardtop coupe Nand 097A. air Classic station wagon No. 6214A 6
new $20 and up. Terms can be I 59 VOLKSWAGEN
arranged. WiU take trade-ins University conditioned oower. reduced) $200. with automatic transmission.
Sunroof. radio heater black.
Office Equipment at F
& E CHECK PROTECTOR COM- $895 $995 $1095
PANY. 2727 N.W. Slit St. FR 2-
0963 or FR 2-2105. '64 VOLKSWAGEN a

FOR SALE T.V. in excellent Pickup like new radio.
condition with new picture tube.
_k S45 Includes its own adjustable $1750 CLOSED SUNDAYS
table. Call 3724196.ADVERTISE

IN THE KombI. extra cites.I .


Ihave the molds and liquid. BaG MOTOR CO. '
} the paint and ail rne rest.

We make the best ceramics 'S For Immediate Delivery SAVE TODAY
to decorate your nest. Miller-
.. I have classes of Instruction, I
come do the work your ''I

Set and choose your sublect
by looking on the shelves. -.

ELLA'S 19301. WIeL LINCOLN-MERCURY 2201 N.W. 13th FR 67515'F

Univ. Ave.
J' CERAMICS: 'FR 2.3582 506 E. UNIVERSITY FR 6-2425

E. Univ. FR 6-5568 I j

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I LI Galaxie "500" 2 door, hard-
00 FORD top, automatic transmission, CLEAN UP

radio heater air conditioned,
new tires, etxra nice ... .... .$2495 I

PRECEEDING PAGE "770" 4 door sedan,
bucket seats automatic -
transmission, radio heater air conditioned,
power steering, power brakes,
extra nice. .. .. .. .. .. ..$2395
BARKLEY Biscayne, door, 6
: automatic transmission, radio heater.I
"770" 4 door, bucket
- 2201 N.Main St.r '
FR 2-4373 MERCURYS-- 63 RAMBLER seat,radio,$ e Early For Complete Selection!

heater,twin floor shift. .. .. 1 795

It O Galaxie 500" 4 door hard-
\ C<4 FORD tcp,automatic $
\ transmission, radio, heater, nice. I 0/D THE NO. 1 DEAL

@ 506 E. University FR 6-2425 62 RAMBLER American heater, 4*door. FROM NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA'S NO. 1 DEALER
BROWN .",ooo.'n. 516 S. Main St. FR 2-4251 low mileage. . .. .. . I U/D .
; 1030 E. Univ. owe.
:. FR 2-3582
, : Cream Puff

; : 1964 4 door Bel Air, WE GUARANTEE! You'll never save MOREon
, CLEARANCE SALE 57 CHEVROLET hardtop, auto- a 54 Chevy!

matic transmission, radio, heater,
I'' 64 DARTS DODGES BIG 880s like brand new. .. .. .. .. .. .$895

Month Per Month YOURMOVE
Your Own Deal" '61 Fiat $23 '57 Chevrolet $34
l "Figure '59 Rambler 34 '57 Plymouth 27

: SALE TAKE FACTORY LABEL PRICE. $000.00 ''58 Plymouth 29 ''55 Chevrolet 16
58 Olds 16 53 Chevrolet 9RIDGWAY'S tea .
DEDUCT 10% .. . ...... 000.00 Hundreds of dollars can
CAN SELL FOR LESS \ be SAVED now. See us
YOUR PRICE H)0000 before '



.TM4L ;
238 W. University CO.

;1 Phone FR 6-5371 119 S.E. FIRST AVE. PHONE 372-4343 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 i
1I I -

up '
" $900
TO '.
0' Executive Cars r" "q= ,
All Models







/ $600


'63 FORD !
Station Wagon air S2495$2195 '63 FIAT
$995 $867
4-dr. R1H. AT. 600-D. 2-door

300'63 J-door CHRYSLER, R&H, PS. 2995 2747 'sedan.63 SUNBEAM '
: PB.AT. Alpine. Radio, 2295 1997 63 CHEV
WAS IS '63 OLDS heater. 59 FORD .
F'W. Jet Flrt. Loaded. 2895 2747 '63 TR-4 $789 Impala 2-dr. hardtop,$2587
= I-dr., hardtop. 2395 2295 V-8 auto trans. R&H
Roadster ,
; radio 4-dr. V-8. automatic
Conv ,
R&H., PS. PB. $3895 $3495 63 CHEV. heater. PS. PB white with red
__ conditioned.auto. trans. VI air 2.door, hardtop AT 2695 2466 R&H. 2-tone blue clean. int.
R&H. PS. PB. 63 TRIUMPH 1995 1895
:- '64 TRIUMPH 2295 2095 '63 FIAT 1119 Spitfire radio. heater. '
Spitfire radio heater. 1100 Sedan. 4-door, 1395 '63 VOLVO 63 PONT
R&H. PI800 radio heater, 2995 2895 '59 Goliath
: 64 TRIUMPH $
63 CHEV.4door .
2895 2667 elect. overdrive.
:ti... TR-4. Wire Wheels hardtop. PS. 2595 2334 52 TR-4 387 4-dr.hardtop,V-8.auto $298
Heater. .
PB. R&H. AT. Roadster R&H, wire Wagon.Good second car.Better trans., R&H ps. PB, air
r- 64 HILLMANSuper '
1995 1688 63 FORD wheels elec.overdrive. 2095 1995 hurry on this one. cond.
;- Minx AT R&H. 4-door. hardtop. 2695 2476 .
white walls. I
= '64 CONSUL Loaded.'53 MG '62 TR-4, 1995 1895
English Ford. 2-dr., 1695 1567 Roadster radio heater :
1100 Sedan. 2 door. 1695 1557 wire wheels. '
R&H. R&H. '62 CHEV 56 FORD
MGMidget. '63 RENAULT '62 PORSCHESuper 3295 3195 2387 !
63 1895 1678 "75" coupe. Sport,
: Radio heater. VR&H.sedan. 4-door 1495 1313 R&H. tinted w-shield. V-8 Convertible automatic Super trans., Bad clutch but good buyat

-: 63 Super OLDS M. Loaded 3295 3074 Loaded.Impala'63 CHEV.station wagon. 3095 2884 heater'61 ,SUNBEAMAlpine hardtop overdrive., radio, 1595 1347 I R&H PS, PB, like new

: '63 VALIANT '63 PLY. '61 COMET 1295 1042 '63 FORD
44oor V100. R&H, 1645 1446 Sport Fury. 1-dr. 4-door. radio 57
ST. hrdtP.. 383 Engine, 2695 2474 heater. $
AT R&H. '61 MERCURYStation 'porta$18 7 4-dr. sedan, V-8, auto 2487.
wagon, 4-door. 1795 1487 tion.2-dr., good '"" trans., R&H, PS, white
: with black int.
: 1965 FIAT SAYINGS '2-door sedan.61 E. FORD 695 566 P

t '61 .YOLKSSedan. 1295 1115] '64 C'VAIR '62 PLYM
Radio heater. .
: 2687 $1487.
f '61 SIMCA4door 4-dr. standard shift, 6cyl
695 518 Convertible! auto, trans.,
UP Sedan. R&H air conditioning. heater like new. .
60 Vauxhall
4-door 695 518
Sedan. '61 FORD
'60 CHEV.4door '57 CHEV .
sedan. 1195 1042
TO R&H.AT. 687 Galaxie 2-dr. hardtop. $1287
'60 YOLKS 210 wagon, 4-dr.. V-8; V-8 auto trans.. R&H ,
Convert iwe, 1195 1074 auto trans.,R&H. like new.
4-door station wogon lowest priced station wogon on the R&H.
market. Priced ot only $1795 including all-vinyl interior.* '60 CADILLAC4door
heater whitewall tires. 4-speed transmission under hood sedan. 2495 2292
light livery.up to 35 miles per gallon. Ready for immediate de- $60000 Loaded.'60 VOLVO2door REMEMBER: 'We're open from 8 'til 9 for your shopping convenience" l

Air. sedan. 1195 996

University Chevrolet.I'Gainesville's


Largest Volume Dealer"NEW

CARS FR 6-7581 USED CARS FR 6-7584
2201 N. MAIN .
THE CHEVY CORNER, 16th Ave. & N. Main Gainesville, Fla.

FR 2-4373 "IN THE AUTO GAME BARKLEY'S THE NAME" Open Daily 'Til 9 Sun. 'Til 6 i


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Sunday, August :sO, 1964 Gainesville bun 9D










\\ SAVE5OO A sales event unduplicated in history! An all out selling spree that defies competition dares to save

TO you hundreds of dollars on your purchase of a new CAR or TRUCK!

, The only promise that we moke Cast Your Vote .
J f ony is this other: We dealer's guarantee price to if beat the For No. 1 1964 FORDS PRICED SO LOW-YOU CAN'T SAY NO!
make and the model is equal. .
These 10 cars listed are just ;
I In N h t
ort cent
samples of our savings to you.
We have a LOT full of other GET Falcons .. .___ __
unbeatable prices.60CORV.. ,: s: I In
I --, NorthcentralFlorida J. ":. _-_ Fairlanes _

Galaxies _-.:.
4-dr. sedan R&H y. t"
standard trans., 1
white walls.Nice.S895. T-Birds

o z. THAT

Most Colors Available! y Drive One Away Today!

62 FALC.Squire w

sta. wagon,] H v r
auto trans., R&H.I BETTER
luggage rock and
'leather interior. I

M69562.CHEV. .4' -4 ,
1 a l' ____

.M .. CAR!

wagon Bel-Air, 6 loaded pass.sold sta. 2i; ) anew
for $3795. ,
Factory AC. PS, tr 1964 FORD TRUCKS I
PB, Powerglide, R& !
H, many more ex$2145- /y
ti YT
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Catalina 4-dr. sedan, standard + T
hurry I .1 NORTH
trans. : L NEVER
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59 FORD :. 1,If

Galaxie 4-dr.hardtop,clean as "'. NORTHCENTRAL
new,V-8,auto. trans... PS, PB, ; : .,-LVia' j,>> i CENTRAL
R&H white side walls.S1095 r FLORIDA'SLARGEST

A -
1 -
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62 TEMP. 'i r t .f FLORIDA'S r .. tttia. tttta OUTSTANDINGUSED

4-dr. sedan standard trans., I 4.
white; wall tires.' Real nice t t ttrrt t, t,.,rv t.

*1295 : TRUCK
I '
y -
} tt Yt + 1t' LARGEST

51 .CHEV. : 1

Deluxe 2-dr.sedan R&H.Good d ,,mmm
to-school-ond-back car. j.. GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST SELECTION OF A-1 USED CARS!"!


1960 1961 1960 1958 1961
Q low Comet Corvair Chev. Ford GK I o FordSpecial
I 59 FORDCustom 4-dr. deluxe, 4-dr. auto /-0r... sedan Fllrlane 500. 4-dr. sedan,, EconollneI ,
trlns.. trans.. R&H V a Power. 4dr. Hardtop VI. RfcH Van heater
2-dr.sedan, low miles ,, I RATE heater AC solid glide Heater, R&H COM new white
/ ThisWeek's
white. AC Fordomltlc PS AC Xtn paint
outo. nr.
'.r- $695 $1095 $895 $245 $1695 clean $1095
"S795 6%
Best Buy
Vs'' ,
V v-ii--? .itTX- ;1 Fi- h hI 1962 hI
1962 1959 1960 1957 1957
It 195VMerc. Ford Ford Cher. Ford Ford
64 CHEV.Impala nanc- Chev, ,
.Fairlane 500 F.irane 500, 4dr sta. Convertible. 2-dr. ltd.
t -dr V-I..uto. wagon, VJ, V.I. R&H .
t5 ton pickuP 4-dr. V-I. 'rani. "heater
Super Sport coupe trans., heater V-1. Special It Forclomatic, Fordom.t.c: ONE OWNER
bucket seats air cond., V-8 1"9 tan S. white R&H AC
R&H. maroon with white walls FOR : sedan $1345' Ls195 $175
On All auto. bans.. $595 $895 $ R645 K.

3295 f New PI. AC R&.H.



Golaxie 500 Sport Coupe
f loaded including air cond. and 1 TO CARS! !
PS. R&H.white walls.Just like
new. Cars!
52995 r

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AND SHAW Hague t({& Y'lWaJdo: MONDAY thru

To Choose From ;; : FRIDAY
75 ,More ...t\\; $ : .1
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Low Down Payment -On The Spot Financing ".N" 4 .


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TIL 9 Across from the Shopping Center COMPANY : .. ;J
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We Sell to Sell Again Phone 3726313t CARS 238 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. PHONE. FR '6-5371 GAINESVILLE, FLA. I

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!. Cape Development to Open for All Races I en2J f': PIECE GOODS SHOP-

/ 2nd Floor
I PELICAN BEACH Something U. S. 1 as it threads it way ties associated with luxury re entists, technicians teachers Cookman College, Dr.V.. B.\!
new on the America along Florida's scenic East sortstyle living. and workers from all over the I Stewart, president of Edw a r d I
-scene an exclusive couniry Coast. Both white and Negro families country, who heretofore have I Waters College,Prof.G.-W.Con THE HEART OF
:club community devoid of all I Already some 200 homes with I are to be counted among the been kept away by a lack of nelly, executive secretary of the:
racial or religious bias-is getting -I FHA approval are available in first residents of Pelican Beach suitable housing and community -'FAMU alumni association.A \
: set to open its doors to all the $8,000 price range. Architectural and the community will be dedicated life.in the area, the developer half dozen church choirs
-with a gala here Sept in perpetuity to a "color feels. ,
ceremony i plans for others to $20- from neary cities have already.1 BACK-TO-SCHOOL
-13. blind" outlook, developer Till-]
and also in hand
000 up are Another unique aspect of Pelican -! volunteered to take part in the
I man states.
Meanwhile the 50,000 Elks.according to Pelican Beach's developer Beach is a Board of gala Sept. 13 opening developer
convening in Miami during the Preston L. Tillman of Situated in the heart of the visors, specially super-I Tillman reports. I
.last week of August have had a West Palm Beach. Cape Kennedy space probe proj- guide the budding SEWING IS IN
special invitation to Pel- ects, Pelican Beach is expected
stop by When complete, Pelican toward a high level of cultural
Ito I attract Negro sci-! i At
ican many
Beach for a preview in- Beach will boast a private bath- development !
spection tour and free orange with Among these Board membersare
ing beach swimming pool
Juice. Reds I Dr. R. W. Puryear and W.: R
cabana area and night lighting, Printing
With more than a thousand S. Kennedy, president and public -; 1J'R CORDUROYAND -
marina with docks and launch-
acres adjoining the beautiful In- 'Seven Days'MOSCOW relations director of Florida'' pj & :
:dian River, Pelican Beach is located ing ramps capacious club house Memorial College Dr. RichardV. j
13 miles south of Mel- equipped with game rooms, 18- (AP) The Soviet Moore president of Bethune-!
'bourne overlooking Cape Kennedy hole putting green, Par 3'golf' Defense Ministry has decided'to
and bids fair to becomeone links, shuffleboard courts shop- publish a Russian translation of
of the brightest jewels on ping-center_,. and--other.-- .ameni--- /"Seven Days in May" the York Ailing HERE'S A SPECIAL ONE WEEK
American novel about a mili-
NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL ::States tary plot to seize the United Sgt.NASHVILLE Alvin York, 76 Tenn., ailing(AP WOrldj) -, PRICE THAT WILL WIN YOUR HEART!
I I hero was brought ,
SINCE 1857PROGRAMMING II erans Administration Hospital!
I Telephone Link Saturday from his Pall Mall, Best Selection of
(CAPThis) capital and Lagos, The Medal of Honor winner is
: & I I the capital of Nigeria were suffering "a fever and dete-
: Jim H. Cowling. AUDITING SERVICES linked for the first time by telephone rioration of" his general physical 99*
Special Agent FEATURING INSURANCE FOR Saturday. Premier Moise condition his doctors said. His OFFICEEQUIPMENT
: 1105 W. Univ.; Aye. KEY-MAN SPLIT-DOLLAR !Tshombe made the first call to condition was listed as serious.It CO.,
.. Rm.206 Secu. Bldg. i Prime Minister Sir Abubakar was the 11th hospitalization SALE W YARD
376-9783 PARTNERSHIP Inc.
Tafawa Balewa of Nigeria. for York in the past two years,
and his third trip to a Nashville! 106 W. University Ave.
hospital this I Phone FR 2-8421 *20 LIGHT BRIGHT & DARK FALL TONES!
I Iot year. I j I. _. ___


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: lo: LAST 6 DAYS! HURRY! .

{ CLifF.Inc. '-

72"x108", FITTED OR FLAT,

534 NORTH MAIN ST. 72"x108", FLAT ONLY, REG. 3.39 . ... AUGUST WHITE SALE.2.99

PHONE 376-3915
81"xl08", FITTED OR FLAT,
81"xl08", FLAT ONLY,
Gainesville's Only Carpet Specialty Shop REG. 3.79 . AUGUST WHITE SALE 3.29


'Introductory Offer

Never before a carpet of 100% COLOR CANNON PERCALES

DuPout '501' Nylon TIIA.. "'AII".. ,
so IllXllriollslyMAGNIFICENT ; -. -.."" .


so deep, so lush, so rich

in color excitement! CURTAINSAND TOWELSAND


Complete With Rubberized Cushion SETS

and Installation Included


Select TAFFETA, "r .
7 7
From W Limited \

YD. \
Reg. 10.49 HURRY


No other carpet compares with it because no other carpet offers '
such long lasting loveliness and down right luxury at such a SHOWER CURTAINS AND SETS COLOR MATCHED BATH

sensible price. MATS ("EMPRESS")

It provides beauty of setting for any decor or furniture style be- REG. 2.99 . SALE 1.99 REG. 3.99 . SALE 2.99 REGULARLY 2.29,

cause its graceful pattern is available in your choice of lustrous REG. 5.99 . SALE 3.99 REG. 7.99 . SALE 5.99 t
colors. REG. 1 11.99, . SALE 7.99

So beautiful, yet so durable.


To The Economy Minded MORGAN-JONES .

A Quality buy, at a Budget price "COBBLESTONE" -. '. ii JIlt-*'.- TABLECLOTHS tIN '**._-.-_#.'.- -.-';-y -..

. : WHITE, GREEN, PINK, CHERRY, .: .r-1"- 'TL --:

Continuous 95 From

Filament 14 12.99 52"x52"/ REGULARLY 2.29, SALE 1.79


Nylon I SQ. YD- Colors I AUGUST WHITE 52"x70" REGULARLY 3.29: SALE 2.79

SALE 10.99 60"x80",. REGULARLY 4.99: SALE 3.99


376-3915 JJ.Ocoreets MATELASSE DESIGN, 60"xl08" REGULARLY 6.99, SALE 5.99

NOW! Inc. 60" Round SALE 3.49
For FREE In-Home Estimates OF GAINESVILLEat ,. .'I
No Obligation 534 N. MAIN ST. : ." > Home Furnishings I Shop- > .
FRAMING..6 COLORS <::% : .-
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