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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Ups, Downs. HOOT DELIVERED 45e Vol. 89, No. 50 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1964






For JohnsonBy LOUIS HARRIS Property Taxes DueComplete ;.c t '




In the wake of the Democratic convention, President Lyndon
Johnson has scored significant gains in the South. But these in- .
. creases have been offset by losses in other parts of the country so ;
that Mr. Johnson continues to lead Sen. Barry Goldwater by 62-38%, .
the same margin he held before the convention.
These are the most significant results of a nation-wide survey of Overhaul
a cross-section of American voters conducted immediately after ,
the Democrats adjourned their meeting in Atlantic City. :
Here are the current standings in the Presidential campaign:
JOHNSON. GOLDWATER
, (Suppose the election for President were being held today and
.: you had to make up your mind right now: would you vote for Sen.
! Barry Goldwater, the Republican, or President Lyndon Johnson, Outlook I
'the Democrat?) SENATE APPROVES MEDICARE PLAN

LATE AUGUST EARLY AUGUSTPer
Cent Per Cent WASHINGTON (AP) The center of much argument for gram. The Senate vote was to adoptthe
Voting for: Senate voted today to put a has been
en-
Mostly many
years There to be little proposal as an amendmentto
appears pos-
Johnson S9" 59 health-care plan for the aged dorsed by either branch of Con-
Goldwater 32 32 into the Social Security system. gress, and marked a triumphfor sibility, however, that this Con- a House-passed bill increase
Not Sure 9 9 The vote was 49 to 44. President Johnson who putit gress will actually deliver it to ing Social Security cash bene-

With undecided allotted according to past voting habits: UpwardBy It was the first time the plan, high on his legislative pro- Johnson's desk. fits. Prospects for retention of
Johnson 62 62
Goldwater 38 38 .....'(. oX-; *

While |the over-all nation-wide results have not shifted a single NORM LaCOE "-
percentage point in the three weeks since our last survey, figuresfor Sun Staff Writer -
key groups have changed. These indicate that in putting the L
Johnson stamp on the Democratic Party the President extended his Tax Assessor J. Pierce Smith gK, a"
appeal to older and more conservative voters, but gave up some said today he is starting a gen-
of his appeal to younger voters and to Catholics-the heart of the eral reassessment of propertytax
values in Alachua ., ",
Kennedy vote' in 1960. County,
There is little doubt that Mr. Johnson's new gains in the South and tax assessments on most sf
stem from his rejection of Robert Kennedy as his Vice-Presidential properties will be raised. If
candidate. But his gain there was offset by losses in the North and txs
Smith revealed his reassess- '
among Negroes. ment plans yesterday to the Ala- ,
While it is significant that 32% of normally Republican voters c:
.
chua county commission.He Y }
say, as of now, they would vote for Mr. Johnson, Senator Gold- .. ttIt \
water has gained ground among city and suburban dwellers, those said today the job will
who call themselves conservatives, Catholics and younger voters. require one year. It would be- I ik
Mr. Johnson has picked up support among Protestants, middle of &
, the roaders, farmers, middle-aged and older persons and professionals Additional County Com-
and executives.See mission stories on Page 20.
( HARRIS on Page 2))
come effective for the fiscal
year starting Oct. 1, 1965.
Arrest 7 Youths "I would feel that the major-
ity of properties land and
buildings would be raised. Fashionable Fire StationThis

Some, of course, would be reduced -
I In ," he said. is the city's "new look" fire station going up on West University Avenue. Architect Myrl Hanes design
Staged Robbery Smith said the county needsto ed the building to fit in with neighboring residences and provide a first impression showpiece for traffic approaching -
equalize its rolls and bring Gainesville from 175. The new station will house two trucks and.includes fallout shelter provisions. Guy Cleve-

Gainesville police yesterday ed armed robbery Aug. 27. tax assessments economic into and line land withtoday's use land Construction Co. is contractor for the $85,000 station. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis.)

arrested seven youths, including The robbery, which suppos-
four juveniles, in connec- edly occurred at a service station patterns.Since the last assessment the
tion with a fourmonth seriesof Calls FBI
where Porter was employed Johnson
burglaries here. county has grown, business locations for
later was discovered to have shifted, new roads '
Police chief W. D. Joiner have been staged with Por- have been built, and new housing :
said officers arrested Charles .cooperation, Joiner said. areas have developed.The .
Jackson Porter, 20, 612 SW 2nd Joiner indicated officers not- tax assessor said he does
St.; Jimmy Wayne Watts, 17, ed "certain discrepancies" in not know how much' the coun- Probe of Kickback ChargeWASHINGTON :.
104 SE 24th St.; Bill Joe Slim Porter's robbery report, which ty's tax rolls will be increased.For .
mons, 17, 3 SE 5th Ave., and later were' confirmed by "an the fiscal year starting Oct., --
four juveniles after investigation alert citizen who overh ea r d 1, the tax roll is about $109.5 (AP) Presi- FBI to "look into the matter The investigation by the FBI

stemming from a report- conversation concerning the million. dent Johnson has asked for an Details of Sen. Williams raised by Sen. Williams:" will be made to determine
reported robbery." He asked G. M. Davis, chair- FBI investigation into chargesby charges on Page 14. Reedy said the request was whether there had been any violation f
The six other youths were man, to appoint a committee to Sen. John J. Williams, R- of federal law.
Bade Head made Johnson
the Davis named all by Tuesday.
study plan. .
picked along with Porter, Del., that builder Matthew Mc-
up five commissioners to confer channeled into the 1960 Demo- Reedy was asked if the inves- Reedy declined to character.
following a week-long investi- Closkey paid a $35,000 kickbackon
wjth Smith. cratic campaign. tigation might involve questioning ize Johnson's reaction to Wil-
the DC Stadium construction
Fired InTax gaton by Detective W. W.
James and Sgt. Carroll Read. Smith assesses the value of contract. White House press secretary officials of the Democratic liams' charge but remarkedthat
property. The county commission National Committee."Its "such charges
All were charged with break- George Reedy told newsmen almost are not un-
sets the millage rate. Un- Williams said in Senate common. I doubt that he
ing and entering. a casually today that the entirely up to the FBI, was
UproarMIAMI Joiner said the arrests der the new state law, if prop speech Tuesday that $25,000 of President had asked the Jus- Reedy said. "I'm not expert on surprised" this is a campaignyear.
may .
erty assessments are raised the alleged $35,000 kickback was tice Department to request the investigative techniques."
have solved 19 local burglarycases
( ) McNayrwas
AP-Irving more than 10 per cent, the mill-
fired Tuesday as Dade here since last April. In- age rate must go down.
County manager.Commissioners. cluded in the list were: Aug. The tax assessor told the Sgt. York
said they had 23, Minit Mart, SE 4th Ave. board that Alachua County has Dora Churning Up AtlanticMIAMI
no successor in mind. Hoke and State Road 331; Aug. 21, not reassessed since 1957, although -
Welch, McNayr's assistant, was Minit Mart (second attempt, a county should do so ev- Dies at 76
named acting manager while both of which failed; Aug. 16, ery four or five years. The last (AP)-Tropical storm strength. miles to the south. Little changein
Dora became a full-fledged hur- At 11 a.m. (EST), the Weather her size or intensity was ex-
commissioners seek for a 'new Glen Springs; Aug. 10, Merita reassessment was by ClaudeM. NASHVILLE, Tennn. (AP) -
man for the $30,000 a year job. Bread warehouse, 1847 S. Main; (Red) Franks, former asses- ricane-the season's second Bureau said Cleo was pected today. Sgt. Alvin C. York, legendary
The dismissal climaxed a Aug. 1, Lester Hodge Insurance sor. Smith succeeded Franks a today as she veered northward about 350 miles off Cape Hat- Small craft in the Leeward doughboy hero of World War I,
county wide uproar over tax as- office, NW 13th St. and year ago. through the tropical Atlantic teras; N.C., moving eastward Islands were advised not to ven- died today. The old soldier, who
sessing. Several commissionersput 29th Ave.; He noted the need for reas- and away from the Caribbean. away from the mainland at ture far from port. battled crippling illnesses for a

the blame for the county's July 30, Veterans of Foreign sessment is very urgent now, Dora, the year's fourth tropi- about 12 m.p.h.At The beginnings of Dora moved decade, was 76.
due to the new laws and recent cal storm, whipped her peak the same time, Dora was The
troubles on McNayr. Wars Club, Waldo Road; July across the Cape Verde Islands, sharpshooting native of
court dicisions. winds up to 75 miles an hour about 800 miles east of San Tennessee
27 Glen second bur- hill was"credited
Springs ( off Africa, four days the country
All commissioners agreed the during the morning and Juan P.R. and miles ago,
spun ,
The "just value" law became 1,850 with
glary); July 16, Baird Hard- Weather Bureau said. Then the single-handedly
tax factor and effective Jan. 1. It the from west-northwest to a more east of Miami, at latitude 17.0 25
controversy was a ware Co., 1 SE .1st St.; July replaced weather satellite Tyros got a pi killing Germans and captur
all said the firing will do nothingto 16, McCrory's DepartmentStore state's controversial "fill cash northerly course.Meanwhile north, longitude 54.0 west. She ture of the cloud formation, anda ing 132 others in one day's fight
ease the problem.The 13 SE 1st St.; July 13, value" law. Like most counties, storm Cleo-once was moving at 20 m.p.h. and hurricane hunter plane madea ing in the Argonne Forest in
has been orderedby a trailer at the cify trailer'park, Alachua never complied with reduced to a mere low pressurearea was expected to continue her definite fix. France in 1918. He was award.ed .
county 16th Ave., and the park con- the full cash value statute. after battering the Carib- direction and speed for 12 hours.- Dozens of families were evac the Medal of Honor, and won
circuit court to reassess all Just value was upheld by the bean and 200 miles of Florida'seast Gale force winds extended lasting fame.
cession stand; July 10, Tip Top uated from flooded homes at the
property at 100 per cent of val Florida Supreme Court, which coast with winds up to 140 outward 150 miles to the north. York entered Veterans Hospl-!
ue, a jump of 50 per cent. (See YOUTHS on Page 2)) (See TAXES on Page 2)) m.p.h. regained hurricane of Dora's eye and about 75 (See DORA on Page 2)) (See YORK on Page 2))


JUNIOR COLLEGE OR TECH SCHOOL? :; ..


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Why High School 'Training Shop' Plan Fizzled : ; :.




By CLIP CORMIER, Sun Education,Writer although a number of lay groups have attempted to pinpoint weak
I Bobby Beard has been dead almost six years now. This is the first of five articles by Sun Education Writer Clif nesses in the county's educational efforts. :
Bobby was better known as one of the best newspapermen in the Cormier in which a critical problem in Alachaa County's educational Why has ,the county allowed the 1957 survey to gather dust until -
Education's business when he ran the city desk at the Gainesville Sun than he system is examined. For years the 'problem of choosing= it has fallen into obsolescence? Because, in addition to the $400,000
was as an educator. between a community junior college and an area vocational technical price tag, vocational education is an unwanted stepchild with a'
Nevertheless, his photograph, framed in a thick black mourning = school has been growing here. The time for a decision is open bad image.In .
border, is near the front cover of the 1957 publication entitled "A education planners now. For the first time Sun readers will get plugging for more vocational offerings through comprehensivehigh
Study of Vocational Educational Needs in Alachua County." details on the course Alachua County appears set on taking, one schools, the survey misread the pulse of the community, said
With Bobby Beard as chairman, the study was a community that will affect the education opportunities of its people for yearsto School Supt. E. D. Manning Jr. ;
effort. A committee of educators and 30 Alachua County men follow. Some alternatives to this decision are explored.on _Parents were apprehensive and teachers vetoed the idea beforeit
Challenge "from all the walks of life" had been enlisted by the School Boardto got off the ground, the superintendent said in a memorandumlast
help blaze a trail for vocational education in the county's school bookshelves. February. :
system. Occasionally someone blew the dust off the cover, bringing a "When the 1957 survey was made the general plan was to establish '
They left a blueprint 305 pages long representing the most exhausting copy out of hiding. comprehensive-type high schools with good vocational programs
survey ever undertaken locally to determine which path During the primary election campaign last spring two of the in each," said Manning. "However we failed to attract
the county schools should follow when the smokestacks of industry candidates for the school board nailed their platform to the enough students into these programs.
appeared on the horizon. vocational study. They were defeated. "Our guidance counselors were not able to change the pointof i
To Alachua The tan paper covered volume created a lot of interest when it Mainly, the 1957 survey recommended that Alachua's high schools view held by many parents, teachers and students that the 1
was first distributed. Reading through some of the correspon- develop along comprehensive lines, ,spending more money to provide high school program should be purely college preparatory In
dence included in the report one can sense the expectations from vocational teaching shops at Gainesville High and Lincoln nature. Many felt that the vocational programs were for the re- ;
: the letters and memos that crackled between the superintendent, High. tardted and poor student.

'J ... ".,... civic leaders and businessmen.The The comprehensive high school concept embodies a diversified As a result of this attitude, the superintendent said, many,young 1
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recommendations contained in the big tan report were never curriculum. It has a something-for-everybody philosophy that at- people who had no intention of attending college shunned. the r
implemented. The optimism of the survey also was balanced with tempts to meet the educational needs of all students, whether vocatioinal courses for fear of being branded."In .
tit-t County realism: the course selected would have cost about 400000. motivated academically or along vocational lines. retrospect I suppose this should have been expected in;.:,
Alachua County apparently was not in the mood to float a bond The more educational needs a school, fills for its students, ,the university atmosphere where scholarship in the academic,program: :;'
issue which would have added another six mills in taxes for the more comprehensive It is. ?' receives first emphasis," he concluded. ti' .

'$'ct1f--= ,- .,-. _.' support of schools. So the vocational study ended up gathering dust No study as exhaustive as the 1957 study has been made.



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2 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, September 2/196


Weather Roundup '"T'

I @ tutuartes 'IMPORTED SCOTCH


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d? ; enw.w HEAVEN CUTTY SARK:
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MRS. MIDGET WILSON and Mrs. Frieda Bass, Panama
I
WILLISTON Mrs.
Midget City. .
c'NNI Wilson, 42, died Monday a
Gainesville follow Funeral services will! be to- PARR GRANTS
hospital, ing
BCDEFGHIWidely an extended illness. morrow at 2:30: p.nuin the First I
scatterd afternoon thunder Methodist Church of Williston, HILL
.
She was a native of Marion with Rev. Alfred Eustes officiat- =
showers. Otherwise '"' y-- OLD
p a r tly = 8 YR OLD
,
and
cloudy through Thursday. Low a \ 5 County her life in Williston.had lived She most of ing.i Burial will be in Orange 5 y A NiSAFI
S was a
Hill
Cemetery under the direction
tonight 70s; high Thursday 90 .
to 95. E .,.....N member of the Methodist: of Knauff Funeral 86 Proof Straight
Church and Order of East ern Home. Kentucky Bourbon J&B RARE5TH
a10M Star. .
A Clear to partly cloudy and rather t .
GlenmoreGIN ::
I HORACE :
hot through Thursday. Uolite4 afternoon ARRINGTON .
and evening thunder showers. Si s Prior to becoming ill, Mrs. ;.. -
Northeast and east I to 15 mile winds Wilson had worked Horace J. Arrington, 56, retired '
Low H as supervisor -.w-
tonight 66 to H high Thursday t '
:
n to,.. of the laundry at the Lowell business man and former REG.,
wt MwI Correctional Institution. [owner of the Central Fl o rid a' .e' 5 99 $7-35
shower J (C: or Fair two except through for chance Thursday.cf brief Low Survivors include her bus Gas and Appliance Company, Relska{ Vodka :

92.tonight Variable 75 to 80.mostly High east Thursday and south-88 to .rvea O yGF a band, Henry; three sons, David,, died last night of an apparent .
cast winds 5 to 15 miles an hour. Glenn and Lee Jack, 'and a heart attack.

GAINESVILLE WEA1HER daughter, Zora, all of Williston; He was a native of County : 2.99
Levy DRAMBUIE I 49
ALMANAC Municipal Airport readings: her mother, Mrs. Mayrne Bell, and lived in Gainesville since REG
Sunset today ,,,..........., <:53: pjn. for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: Williston; and two sisters Mrs 10.50 7
Sunrise tomorrow ......... 1950. He was a member of the SCOTCH
Moonrise tomorrow '..... :t::03 n a.m.i ajn.. 'High 94 at 2 p.m. low 70 at |Ray Fuller, Kalamazoo, Mich., First Baptist Church, Shrine.I; :: LIQUEURS 5th
New Moon ....:,: Saturday night. 6 a.m. Rainfall 1.01 inches. 5th
--
The planet Mercury, today is almost F and AM of the Trenton Lodge REG.
f directly Sun and between Its distance the from Earth the and Earth the TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE More AboutYorfe and past district grand masterof I i 4.60 HEUBLEIN CORDIALS
Is CASE 3575
now about it
million miles. High Low Precp. Florida.
Jacksonville Miami 95 14 72 U .17.05 CREAM DE MENTHE CACAO
CEDAR KEY TIDES Tampa .0tl 7t Survivors include his mother 99

Thursday High it.12.a a.m. ,and Atlanta New Orleans 95 45 n .and father, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mr. Boston Pinch. PEPPERMINT' SCHNAPPS 2
11:05".m. a.m. Low at 5.25 a-m. and .:24 Boston 82 53 Arrington of Trenton; his widow SLOW GIN ROCK & RYE
New York 85 58 5th
Nordice, Gainesville
WashingtonChicago 85 Q ; one daughter
71 58 From 1 Mrs. John W. Carmichael,
MARINE FORECAST Kansas City .0 75 Page I I OLD GERMAN
Denver f0 Gainesville two sons, Horace
U ;
15 ly EAST knots GULF through: Variable Thursday winds with wideLos 1 to Ft. Worth Angeles fe 75 5 75* tal here Aug. 29. Death came at t F, Orlando and Joe M., Lt. JG LAGER SeagramsjgwmJv : BLACK

scattered showers. Seattle .1 JS 10:40 a.m. U. S. Navy; three sisters, Mrs. f

5 It was his third trip to the Otis Gay, Gainesville; Mrs. BEER WHITE
Day Forecast hospital this year and the last Lee Roberts and Mrs. Emma D.

Temperatures will of a dozen hospitalizations in the Love, Trenton. y
average minor day to day changes. Precipitation ,scOTCH-
normal to three degrees above will be little past two years.
a below Funeral arrangement will be
normal. Normal maxima 87 I His final illness was de C REG. or LIGHT
Jo normal but locally moderate to announced later by Williams- 99 'lAc .MITf

91. Normal minima in 70s. Only heavy in scattered showers. scribed as an acute infection Thomas Funeral Home. -... ,.. @ '
of the urinary tract. He had ; JIM ...;: _. VATOLD
been in a coma almost since RAY DRIVER SR. Seng nun) -
More About admittance.His 6 PAK NO DEP. e.
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wife, Gracie, and his five .. Ray Driver Sr., 67, of 1626 Snql' BEAM @ L. 69

i sons .and two daughters, had Charon St., Jacksonville, died r KY. STR. BOURBON
this morning in Jacksonville. NOILLY4y
Taxes maintained a bedside
Hospital vigil. He was a native of Ga'nesville -. rr1 A Tr'F( '] vcoot
spokesmen said
/
death .and summer resident here.:! W IDkl
was due to "general debility PRATT FitzgeraidOFVERMOUTH

From resultant of a combina Survivors include his wife,
Page II' tion of conditions incidents to.Laurie, and an aunt, Mrs. Les:I 3 Sths K EXTRA BOTTLED IN BOND

also are docketed in Marion and try Trailer Park, 3860 ArcherRd. his age and complicating ill :lie J. Arnow of Gainesville. Dry or Sweet
Duval nesses over the past 10 :Funeral arrangements are in' BACARDI REG.
counties. years.
; Lois D. Haines, Waldo
I' The exact meaning of "just and John Camp, P. 0. Box 686;, Funeral .arrangements were I complete. I 1 095 LIGHT $7.15
value" is Gainesville.The incomplete.York 499DARK
subject to argument. RUM OR CASE
The president of the firm commission, sitting as came to the hospital I More About 1 199 59.75 5th

; which assesses property for the, the tax equalization board turn from his beloved farm home at %.
t City of Gainesville told the Sun ed down appeals for reductionsby Pall Mall, Tenn., a tiny ham '
that just value is the same as more than 30 property own let about 140 miles northeast of Youths

; full cash value.However ers. In addition to, those previously Nashville in the Cumberland =

Secretary of State announced, persons los Mountains. The spacious home You SAVE MORE -
always
.
Tom Adams says just value was ing appeals and their assessments and the land were a gift of From Page 1 .
never intended to be the same are: grateful Tennesseans who responded

as full cash value. Adams as a Hawthorne Golf and Country. to a fund drive in 1919. Grocery, 432 SE 13th St.; I

II I state senator, initiated reforms Club, $4,200; H. L. Turner P. 0. Though a frequent patient in May 13, Anderson Distributing
which ultimately became the Box 338, Alachua, four recent years, York was impatient .i,
just value law. He did not say ties, $16,400, $8,300, $5,800 proper-and :: with hospitals and Co. (Schlitz Beer warehouse i

what, in dollars and cents just $8,300; Mrs. Florence Vaughn, 'yearned to return to "Gracie's" ), 1005 S. Main; May 13,

value should be. P. O. Box 83, High Springs, xl,- :cooking, and so informed hos Buchholz Junior High School
Until now, Smith never said 750; Ray E. Daniel, 2781 SE :pital authorities in his custom- 723 W. University Ave.; April i UNJTED1QUORHENRY'S !
where he thinks just value lies, 19th Ave., $5,700. 'ary good-natured way. 30, Suburbia Drive-In Theatre

compared to the prices property Also Dr. Charles Hortet! tine, Survivors include the widow; NW 13th St.; April 26, Happy v
brings on the market. He has 414 NW 34th St., $10,800; A. & j two daughters, Mrs. Betsy Low- Hour Pool Room, 111 S. Main;
i said full cash value is an un- Carolyn Sullivan, 433 SE 1st St., rey and Mrs. Alice Franklin, April 23, Smith's Gulf Serv
workable standard. $3,000; Emil Gechter, 1316 SW i both of Pall Mall, and five ice, 203 SE 1st Ave.

Alachua Count! never ocrnpli!: 13th Ave,.c $6,800;. Mrs. J..A. sons: the Rev. Edward York of
t ed with the oldjfull cashvalue Stephens" P. Q. Box 391, HighSprmgs Nashville, Church of the Nazarene In addition, the arrests apparently

law; instead it'' ssesscd at 48.7 $6,400: ; William E. Rivers minister; Alvin Jr., of In- solved Aug. 19 break

per cent of cash valje for Bronson, $4,800; and John C:iianapolis, and Woodrow, Thom ins at the Cozy Corner Restaurant LIQUORS

many years. This meant property Andes, 2904 NE 10th St., $6,500.I I as! and Andrew of Pall Mall. Newman's Lake Road,
was valued for tax purposesat affirmed a lower court deci- and the Lake Road Bay Station

half its real worth, art a $5- sion forcing Dade County under investigation by
Offers
000 homestead exemption actu- double assessments from 50 tol RewardErnest the Alachua County Sheri fl's NOW AT 2 LOCATIONS IN GAINESVILLE.

ally was worth more than $10- 100 cent of Department.
per just value.

000.Smith this 'year raised I Springs Road Haufler home, was whose burglarized Glen Porter, Simmons and Watts WALDO ROAD NORTH MAIN

assessments on real property Satellite yesterday, today offered were held in county jail.
improvements VLVi cent, #100 reward for the return of abox Amount of ,bond had not been
per
'. which raised the level of colored slides taken inhe set as of this morning. The juveniles -
average
1 10th AVE.ACROSS
Failure IsPuzzling at .8th AVE. at
i. to about 54 per cent of estimated theft. also were detained in .
'average cash value. Persons interested in the re- .county jail, but were expectedto
The county commisson in an ward are asked to'contact be released later today in ACROSS FROM FROM
other tax matter, put its final 1 ]Haufler at FR 6-3398. their parents' custody.

stamp on appeals from assess CAPE KENNEDY (AP-Sev) CITIZENS FIELD Gainesville Shopping Center; :

ments for the fiscal start ,
year eral days may be required to
ing Oct. 1. I
More
determine About
precisely why a Titan
Four persons who appeal e d 3A military space rocket fell 10 YEAR OLD :
assessments won reductions, all EZRA EARLY
just short of its orbital goal after f
,
previously announced. They are achieving most objectives p
on Harris OLDHICKORY
Thrasher Store Micanopy; its maiden test flight. :
Rocco Esposito Town and Coun-
Air Force analysts were study- BRO- OKS'TIMES

More About ing radio: data to determine why :. :==
1 I the third stage engines shut From Page 1 BOURBON
.down three seconds prematurely
1 Dora I about 13 minutes into the flight I FOUR '
[Tuesday. The stage had separated Following are the shifts among key groups (the figures in jk
1 right on schedule from the I parentheses indicate percentage of voting population): 399IBRO

: From Page 1 lower stages and had burned for VOTING FOR MR. JOHNSON FOR PRESIDENTwith _

E I 416 of the .
intended
419 seconds. ( undecided vote allotted)
Virginia towns of Norfolk Portsmouth
The carry cutoff was enough
Chesapeake and Virginia to make the ,rocket fall shy of LATE AUGUST EARLY AUGUST LATE JULY ROSES
47.75
Beach as Cleo dumped almost orbital speed of 17,500 miles an Per Cent Per Cent Per Cent REG. 5.39 CASE
14 inches of rain on the area in hour. The third stage assembly J NATIONWIDE 62 62 62
24 hours. It was the largest ra i plummeted into the south Atlantic ]By region: ES PROOF
fall ever recorded there. Ocean. East ((32%) 64 65 74

Many cars were stalled and Meanwhile, the Air Force Midwest ((33%) 62 63 64 TOM MOORE ; KENTUCKY

some were covered'with rising pushed ahead confidently with South ((18%) 54 50 45
water. A Virginia Beach volunteer plans to launch a second Titan West ((17%) 65 68 69 BOTTLED IN BOND 100 PROOF w*

fireman, H. Vernon Wilson, 3A on a test shot in October or J By place: $' 95 j"-' TAVERN
43, and Mrs. Stella Mae Foreman November.The Cities ((31%) 70 -. .'72 72 $379 3 STHS /0 y-d-
40, were asphyxiated by third stage-a versatile Suburbs ((23%) 50' 63 64 I 5TH

carbon monoxide in a stalled new space rocket called a transtagewas Towns ((21%) 68 72 72 --
truck. Rural ((25%) 50 46 54 PROOF
ie f to have injected itself ]By race: HOUSE scll RTED AVE full
into orbit as a flying launch pad.
White ((92%) 61 H 5A
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i Rights Bill after completing one circuit of 61 THE
the globe, it was to have Negro ((8%) 88. 94 92 of 4 99

Foe Trails launched was only another a hunk satellite of metaf, which because Democratic Republican, ((33((53%%)) 81 32 78 33 79 39 STUART 3.99 INITEGQ uar f .

Independ. ((14%) 66 67
of 67 CASE 47.75
In the test nature of the .
MichiganDETROIT flighty ]By philosophy: .
Conser. ((36%) 46 50
(AP) The on Transtage is being developedto 46 SMIRNOFF Glenmore
to Mid. rd. (44%) 66 61 69 FREE
Northern Democrat who vot start and restart its engines
Liberals ((20%) 78 ,. 78 ,.
79 ST. KY. BOURBON
the civil several
against rights bill fell times, transfer a payload ] VODKA
religion
behind today in his fight for from one orbit to another By : .: HOME
Protestant "
(70%) 60. 57 at ourSUNNYBROOK
and 59 CARIOCA RUM
congressional renomination in perform a number of ma- Catholic from 1 pr.
up
(700)) 60 72
72 BOURBON
the Michigan primary election. neuvers required for 1
manned -
So-called white backlash] and unmanned military Jewish ((6%) 76 72 67 I KENTUCKYGENTLEMAN advertised prices

seemingly failed to materialize missions. space I 3y sex and age: I _,:C' I:;'.; PH. 376-9960 DELUX ---
Men (49%
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seriously as Rep. John Lesinski, Brig. Gen. Joseph S. BleymaJ- 64 I
the civil rights bill foe, trailed er, Titan 3A program director, 21.34 (15%) 66 '72 74 j 6 YEAR OLD BOURBON Roma WineGALLONS ANTIQUEtil'
35-49 ((16%
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Rep. John Dingell a reapportioned said the initial launching i 61 'REG. 5JO
district. achieved 95 50 & over (18%) 59 55 57 TEN HIGHY CASE 41.75 !
per cent of its ob ,
The race shared the spotlight jectives.He Women ((51%) 62 62 64
%1-3-1 14%) 61 GILBEYS GIN $
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Elly narrow cited these TABLE WINES
accomplishments 35-49 ((17%) 62 ,
victory In the Republican U.S. : 100 per cent 60 62 .....--
performance 50 & over ((20 0)) 62 61 63 I -

Senate Both race.overshadowed Republican .nearly by full the burning first two time stages by thee ; iras When widely Senator predicted Goldwater that won Mr.the,Johnson Republican would nomination 3 995 : 3 39 GAL OLD THOMPSON

Gov. George Romney's r i third stage; .and the first successful pull disaffected attempt 5th ::: :
middle-of-the-road .
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nomination margin 7-t tat I ,use > an inertial (self- itj' '
ever a more conservative GOP contained:: ) guidance system into his camp. The Democratic convention marked indelibly] I CLARETBURGUNDYSAUTERNE 6 YEAR OLD 3 2 9St1.
foe. ;K U. S. space rocket: by the President's personality and style, made it clear that su REG. 4.65 CASE 39.75 CHIANTI! KY. ST. BOURB. '
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RESTAURANT SPECIALS' : _

: : REXALL REG. $3.99 -THURSDAY- 1

by FOLDINGALUMINUM
c "SALE- OF $ TURKEY '

,.u,. DINNER

: : ,SALES" Coffee or .

; .the SUN LAWN Tea . 79c 1t 1 .

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"" HOSPITAL .. C. Miller, Lake City; Deborah p.m. at NW 10th Ave. and 2nd SeAs Family 1028 N. MAIN Gainesville Shopping Center BAKED HAM ;

:: AUGUST 31,1954BmTHS Jean Bass, Newberry; Josephine St Weekly With 6Strands- McCOLLUM, 1124 W. Univ. & 1324 E. Univ. 2 VegetablesTea
; : Burch,' LaCrosse; Andrew Samuel Clark Butler Jr., In ofWebbing 2 99 : GRESHAM, 12 W. University
." Hadden, Starke; James Godwin 2056 NW 14th Ave. and Mary or 82
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Yates, 13TH PHARMACY, 1522 N.W. 13th St. Coffee CgaVII.
.126* NW 7th Terr., a girl; Mr. Lake Butler; Larry Hen- Ellen Anderson, 2015 NW 12th
and Mrs. Tra Taylor, 1214 NE drix, Cross City; Stephen Wile Road 8:14 p.m. at SW 13th St. REG. $1.49
=loth Ave. a girl; Mr.' and Mrs. son, Archer; Emma Martin, and 1st Ave. FOLDINGFOUNTAIN AUTOMATIC
James Halprin, City, a boy; Hawthorne, Wilia V. Valencia, Marta Beatriz Singer, 1918
)fr. and Mrs. Jessie Owen, Lake City. SW 14th Ter. and Robert LeeLamartin TOOTHBRUSH

Cross City, a boy; Mr. and DISCHARGED: Okeechobee, 9:16
Mrs.- -Joseph Peterson Mica. Jeanette Smith, Elizabeth p.m. at SW 13th St. and 8th SYRINGE m a -:xa vt.fae

Dopya boy; Mr. and Mrs. Wile Gregg, Steven Hogan, Jenny Ave. powered Westinghouse
ton Ireland,'1334 NE 7th Terr. ....."
Lynne Rabon Gerald Starling, Byron Joel Bergert,317.Truss- ,,
a boy. Patricia Markham, Inez Johnson 99CREG. .
ler Hall and parked car owned Mima jumumasOF
.. James M. Spence, Mae J. I TRANSISTOR MORIZWtU.J .
ADMITTED: by Mrs. C. P.Ward,Big Springs I.i ALL .MOTORS
: Lota: Wilkinson Kathrine Mortis Frazier, Beth Mary Henry and Texas, 6:37 p.m. at SW 13th RECORDER j0pmc PORTABLE
Mitchell M.Boatright,'LewIs son, Pearl Kitchens and son, St. and 4th Ave. .. TAPE SAFE. eORDLBJRECHAKHBLE TYPEWRITER
Prescott, Minnie Lee Ha- Lois Harrison and daughter,
gue, Richard L. Tillis, WandaC. [Frederick Buchholz, Margaret Patricia Anderson Beatty, 79c Remote ceatrel mike, push button operation Tie Reyalire '&" Typewriter with fulLsiiedj
815 NW 13th St. and HobsonC. earphone lack. lightweight! Tape office
Grant and daughter, Ger- keyboard. 2-color ribbon carrying s
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Blackburn, Mathew Duncan REXALLSPRAY and batteries lacluded. 12.88
old Brown, Paul Krimer, RosaTurner Cothram, Alachua, 6 p.m. ease fagged all-metal construction.
Magaret'Lindsley, Myrle
Willie J. Joe, Harriet in the 1500 block of NW 13th
Jean Ireland, Charles A. Farley i
Saranell Sheldon, Willa- Griffis and son, Natalye Smith, St. SPECIAL 1999 ,fo'- SPECIAL88
dean Myra Denton, Berta Mae Richare Tillis, Gladys Lind- Sharyn Jean Dowda Sommer, STARCH
Johnson,'all of Gainesville sey, Juanita Knauff, John 109 SE 4th Ave. and Oddie I I
7: Betty Mae Owen, Cross;City; Woodward, William Adkns! 0 n, Urquhart Watson, 1035 NE 3rd Giant TRAVEL IRONHeavy SHOERACK ;
Lottie _Mae Sapp, Williston; Lena Kelly, Barbara Phillips, and 4:54: p.m. at SE 4th Ave. 24-0%. 4"9c 44 ellI
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Ulee W.Moffitt. Live Oak; Bar- Deborah Bass, Susan Miller, and 1st St. compact.chrome finish, lightweight and & Metal rack. Holds. and protects nine,
bara Jean Peterson, Micano- Michael Meeker, Betty Ken. Mary Fluker Campbell, 1220 pairs ef shoes.SPECIAL '
Katherine Eaton, High Bali, Kenneth Wilson. NW 25th Ter. and Fleming Eu; 1.88
py; SPECIAL 88
Springs; J. B. Boatman, Crystal .I POLICE, FIRE REPORT gene Williams, 441 SE 1st St., . ; .
River; Lois M. Dixon, Accident Roundup 2: at South Main and 1st Ave.
Archer; Minnie N. Brady, Mary S. Pitmon, Hawthorne ? REG. 79c CLUB BAG TRANSISTOR RADIOri
Ocala; Lena B.Kelly Trenton; Involved in accidents reported and Bob Burnside,P. 0. Box 501 SAVE 30c vz,'
Wanda 0.; Caraway, Hague; by the Gainesville Police: Tolbort Hall, 11:42 a.m. at W. LIQUIDDETERGENT e $; j;, 1." club bag, fully lined. With kipper, 4 Transistor radio with )
George Williams, Alachua.DISCHARGED Department and the Alachua University Ave. and 3rd St. )*i f1J lock and key. and batteries. Great buy!
: County Sheriff's Office duringthe : Thomas Jackson Sapp 2627 5 4 99 ::99:

Myra Jane Cribbs, George past 24 hours were: SW 31st Ter. and Katherine r rl. SPECIAL '. SPECIAL .
R. Grady, Glenda Ann Hall and William Lee Hanssen, 1915 i Hope Ingram, 2960 SE 18th I
daughter, Rolene Dell, and NW 32 Ter. and Bob Attab wry Ave., 10:31 a.m. at SE 7th Ave.
STUDENT
daughter, Joanna Reed and Espenship, 1704 NW 38th Drive,, and 7th St. Quart 49' REG. 79c 3-RING \

son, Charlotte Commander and 7:25 p.m. Tuesday at NW 16tli I Bertha Watts Sheppard,Route DESK LAMPFlexible BLUE CANVASBINDER.
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daughter, Harold H.Hume, Joseph Ave. and 22nd St. 2; Alton Eavenson, Waldo and 69c
R. Hardee, Edward G. Sil- Goloria M. Coleman Rat, Willie Thomas Williams,Waldo, Neck 1 I
bernagle, Thomas Watson, Ber- liff, 2409 SE 12th St. and Louise: 8:32: a.m. at Waldo Road and Metal Base l&wDICTIONARY
Watson Hunt, Newberry, 5:44: NE 39th Ave.
GENERAL HOSPITAL REG. $2.00 ,

September 1, 1964 REXALL"FAST" C
: ALARM CLOCK
BIRTHS I END OF SEASONCLEARANCE > $ .{2' ) .'
Over
Illustrated
:Mr. and Mrs. Bowien Hazard Webster's 1.000 illustrations. For home dictionary,schools,etc. 9 : ,.3 40-hour spring' wound.."Assorted colors. Made Ia'
I 1 by famous 'Westelox5
Permanents
1002 NW 30th Dr., a boy; .," "'"
and Mrs. Cullen, 8555 '
Mr. Stephen
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a girl; Mr. and Mrs. James For All $100 1
Weidner, 710 NW 16th Ave., a Types Of SPECIAL..1.99LUNCH
girl; Mr. and Mrs. John Va!. NOW IN PROGRESS ,, Hair! T' BARBER SET10pc. ,
ento 222 SE 38 St., a girl; Mr. .
and Mrs. Richard Sheldon, '1411 hair clipper with Instruction a; .
I hard
kit. case
Vinyl lunch Lightweight
book and all attachments.SPECIAL. n
NW,31:Dr., a boy.ADMITTED. with carrying handle. ; '' IsSPECIAL

SKIS ACCESSORIES, 5.99 \
and
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Mary'Jo Valento, Cora Eliz- : . .'
abeth Cullen, Norma J. Haz- I CARA NOME
ard, Charlotte Weidner, Michael Shoe Polisher LUNCH KIT
HANDLOTION -------- "
Jra Meeker,' Otis Dewey T 50% DiscountBaird's -r- ,
Smith, Florence ,Rutherford, Battery operated.With 2 brushes, buffer i PlaId Fiberglas thermo Insulated lunch i
Harold Knight, Mini Lee An- I I and 4 polishing! cloths. '.. .; .:;"rn--k' kit. Unbreakable I

derson, Lockwood Davis, Leo- 3.49 77
la Tillis,James R. Crews, Phy 16 azs.98C SPECIAL. :t SPECIAL : 'If
llis Miller, Anthony, H a lines,
Russell .Douglas, ,Sandra :Lee Marine f
FILLER PAPER LUNCH KITDecorated
Danielson Evelyn, Montgomery f
Fred" C. Isaac, Thomas B.
metal kits with 10-o..
vinyl
or III"
McPherson, Elsie I. Gordan, 601 S. MAIN ST. 300 SHEETS I.HOLE.... 53 thermos and cup.SPECIAL .
Georgia L. Miller, Minnie G. REG. 98c
Isbill, all of Gainesville; EllisT. Plenty of Free Parkingi: REXALLAEROSOL 500 SHEETS ,.HOLE....77* ,. 1.99 :
Johnson, Cross City; Susan I I

SHAVE SCHOOL BAGWith M1d WASTE BASKET .,.

CREAM rII' carrying handle and name r'+ w**. V Metal waste baskets. 12-quart size. Assorted -
[ of spun rayon and Nzen. designs. ,

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PITT S6URGH PAINTS ONE ELECTRIC
CHAISE LOUNGEFolds

3 VOTE.WINNING Folds for easy storage and BUSHEL CAN OPENER
R*G. $1.00 carrying. Made of 1" aluminum f 100'S
CARA NOME tubing and sturdy OF USES
varied color All-metol construction.Retractable .
ROLL-ON or CREAMDEODORANT webbing. r cord
VALUES magnetic lid lifter. 1
MEXICANWICKER year guarantee. Engineered !. 6
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BASKET constriction. tip -,
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One bushel wicker basket. Sturdily wov.
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May be folded to
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SAVE REG. $2.29 2-Qt. I
SAVE OVER 20% aP R ox. 2055 COMBINATIONSYRINGE

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raoof Req, 4t. $22.95
l prCS tfoua rn Lod.g Mahn9 n.w ., S2 Zj It for hot buttered least grilled bacon The kind of Swedish massage used by proflSSio..l.
formula ,,,,,q bipMst .aha "d toasted, sandwiches, broiled frozen hamburgers waf- 5-Tube Westinghouse .. Relieves strain and pain of tired
,whit.Pwk Rw dobidae'fu bGr feat bo1Fc !w. brown-n-serve rolls mescles. leauty Massage for face. Guaran
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with po CoatpFGco for u9 pbu faif,
action +d w cc ,of 1 100 ENVELOPESOR :
w rnr ,tea*.taL Mood 399 RADIO 16" 4:99

WRITINGTABLET SPECIAL. SPECIAL . .

WALLHIDER ROLLER SAVE OVER Sun-Proof Brush

&TRY- MtfuUrUJCmhM FREE FREE ttepdar! ...s.+.te..wfw 100 ASPIRIN 9c' $2 PASSWORD $149|

with......... 30% UJN-MOOF UtM* -HMM ef4anMWI Paint 3 for 99 I
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Only 5L98 with 1 gallon'
Plastic DropCloth 5 GRAIN U.S.P. TABLETS GAME BY BRADLEY
1011 it.... ...il,. LATEX purchase. limit one to
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r4'1 98 Ii GloveONLY to.Iwlp' yew PLASTIC ORAL OR RECTAL FEVER $5 MONOPOLY
Painting Pont btlt r. CUon
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BOTTLE OF 25'S.. 596 SIZE. .. TWIN SIZE. 72"x108"
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Famous Blue Plate LabelMayonnaise Scott's Strong White or' Colored

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for your weekend picnic .
WE'LL P0011K ,

Breakfast Club SlicedHamburger

Buns ...., 2 Pkg.reg.. 39* BECLOSEDMON.,

, Breakfast Club Sliced SEPT. 7th!
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Hot Dog Rolls, _. . . 2 p reg.k s. 39
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Any Picnic Calls For

French's Mustard .o'.. u .c.' 9-ox.jar 17 PRICES EFFECTIVE

Kobey's Famous Shoestring THURS., FRI. & SAT. I

tall SEPT. 3-4-5, 1964*
Potato Sticks 3 29
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Delicious Grandee .

Stuffed r Olives . . . . 10-ox.1; 49 y IOO I EXTRA FREE 00Jfll IOOI
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Ritz CrackersStrietmann's .. . . . .. pkg: 351- ( / .. SWIFT'S HAM (either PREMIUM end or SlACKED>*ole)
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FROZEN BREADED SIHRIMP
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4 Expire Sat 5..1563)EXTRA F.pSBlY'IOO -'
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Pillsbury's Butter Flake S k e J;l Green 'Stamps
) Dinner ,Rolls . 'Eaz.tan 29c f r with coupon I *i.6 this coupon FLAVORFUL eed!purchase! elsCOPELAHD'S

, Breakstone's Delicious BAG SAUSAGE
Sour Cream . pint Swift's Premium Sweet Smoke Flavor ,lb. 4'3c, __-
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CONSCIENCE Washington MemoCowles II THE CONSERVATIVEVIEWPOINT


h: SU1t OF r.. 4 Washington Bureau

.. PROGRESS: Surging foreward in step with the times, the a
.. THE government of the District of Columbia has ordered re- StreamlineConventions
.. moval of carriage blocks on public streets. Carriage blocks, '
.. as though you didn't know, are concrete steps used to help x I
6. : JOHN .. HARRISON PmMtRt eel SOUTHBy you climb into a high buggy. Our alert government last I
,
Uisbr PAT COWLIS. Vic PreslFlorida's
week decided they were a traffic hazard.
dent, 14 JOHNSON. Vice President
: Bean' iful T d.; M4 Executive Enter W. .. (III) .
'_ ESERSOLE Vice President eel A* HAPPY DAYS: The White House has released Census
TJniversity City ,.r RALPH JIcGILL\
? vertUtaf Director, 101 TARTAaLIONE, PaUuer pn.e W1Wnj Pebaeletor Bureau figures showing America's march ever onward toward
I Vie. President Md CircvUUea MMH.T.I tai AtUata ttu.) Cwtit.Ns. By DAVID LAWRENCE
:: the Great Society. Right now, the tabulation showed,
THE SUN'S POLICY 91 per cent of all the households in this magnificient coun- WASHINGTON Maybe the time has come for innova-
:: I It New York try have television sets, compared with only 85 per cent in tion in the way national conventions are conducted. May
.. 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. 1960, the so-called dark ages. And 24 per cent own clothes be it's time to proclaim once more-as "liberalism" so oft-
:: 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. dryers, compared with a meager 18 per cent four years en does-that the ways of the nineteenth century have be-
s .. 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. ago. come obsolete. The time is ripe indeed for a miracle of the

:: The Sun's telephones: All Deportments-372-8441 And computer age to be performed by introducing what 'might
Want Ads--376-4672 QUOTE: If reports of the President's impromptu remarks be called, for lack of a better name, the "Public Closed- ,
:: sometimes seem less than specific consider the following Circuit-Television Convention." :

I ... official transcription of an off-the-cuff talk he made to a Each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the
: KennedyNEW group of' state university presidents: "At many of our state various territories, respectively would assemble their del-
I : Raising Campaign Funds institutions we have achieved genuine excellence and I egates in ordinary-sized auditoriums in conveniently heated -
NOTESRobert think there is no better proof that what government does, cities so that it wouldn't cost much for travel within a
YORK what is done with public funds, do not have to be mediocre, state. The public would be admitted, but there wouldn't be
Dean Burch, chairman of the Re- magazine that the Republicans since Kennedy is halfway towards does not have to be massive, does not have to be content any real need for balcony; seats as everybody would be

publican National Campaign, put his the 1960 election have had more suc- establishing a prece- with the mean. The government of the people can serve the able to watch all the proceedings at home anyhow. The pre-

1964 campaign budget: at about $13 cess than the Democrats in raising dent in American politics. A best within the people, and I hope that we can in, the next 'siding officer and members of the national committee would,
money from small contributors. He tumultuous New York state decade bring all of government up to the standards of excel- of course, be on the rostrum in Washington. This would
million. He said information he had attributes this to better Republican convention happily from nominated Massa-- lence and selectivity and superiority." save time for an incumbent President in these days and
obtained from advertising agencies him, a man nights of nuclear responsibilities. The government would
organization in political fund raising
the Democratic
be
chusetts, to -
also be spared the expense of helicopters and jet planes.IF .
i indicated the Democrats would havea through the direct mail approach candidate for the United t "rt

presidential campaign budget of based on market research and can- States Senate. ANY DELEGATE ,wished to make a speech or propose

I about $20 million, including $4 mil vassing drives. His candidacy has stirred ,1tt a motion he or ,she could do so from any one of the 50 or
; lion for spot {television announce- national attention. In New more convention halls. The picture and voice would be
York it not unexpectedly has instantly switched onto the main circuit from the central
The Democrats the other hand ;
ments. on IJ
created heated controversy t Sow switchboard in Washington, and thus immediately come into
have been more successful in getting and debate. The phrase "car- .view not only before all _the
The Democrats were quick to deny larger contributions. The Democrats' petbagger" is being over- other state audiences, but also

that they will spend about $7 million l,000-and-up membership group, worked. THE 'LBJ SHOW' simultaneously before the

more than the Republicans. They pre- called the President's Club, reportedly entire nationwide television
dicted that both! parties would raise has more than 2,000 members. A THE "CARPETBAGGER"was audience. This technique has
so-called because, it was been successfully used in the
about the same amount of money for similar Republican organization had alleged he arrived in the post- Out Doldrumssure Oscar and Emmy award

) this year's campaign. raised only $373,000 up to July 1. war South during the mili- of shows on TV and is a familiar

The Goldwater backers, however, include tary occupation years with sight once a year to the general
1 The statistics campaign spending some extremely wealthy men his total possessions in a car there. public.
on Nfm fork Storm> of it on the next, and pose of keeping it
are always somewhat misleading, who may make large donations now pet bag-that being the ulti- By ARTHUR KROCK last, night of the convention These commands were to There may be some disad-
because of the inadequacy of laws requiring that he has received the party'snomination. mate in smart baggage of the ATLANTIC CITY A dull when the delegates and the avoid a minority report of any vantages in such plans. For
time. He remained, legend their feet issue platform one thing, it would not give
Democratic National Conven- galleries leaped to over pro-
of .
the campaign
reporting had it, to exploit the economic -
and the publicity to the demonstra-
nouncements delegates'credentials
tion is a flat contradiction in in the only wholly spontaneous -
contributions. r situation by use of "con demonstration of the week and thereby forestall tions and so-called "rallies"
when
But this
terms. as
,
year,
:, \ It is rather safe to at this nections. The truth is, how-
predict its major decisions are pre- the ovation to Attorney a roll-call in which par- which took place outside the
the time that neither will be ever, that many Southern cities division would be convention halls at San Fran-
; A representative of Brookings party greatly fabricated, even a Democratic General Robert F. Kennedy. ty exposedand
I Institution estimates that the total handicapped in the 1964 presidential made use of, and came convention can be dull. And During the day on which he acerbated.The cisco and Atlantic City.
to honor, some of the so-called the of 1964 flew to Atlantic City, the President achieved his These episodes could be con-
spending in the 1960 campaign-ex- campaign by lack of funds. But carpetbaggers who came with party gathering
President conceivably could purpose so far as the platformis fined to the streets round
would have in this
., eluding the money spent by state and it also is likely that both parties will managerial and bus i n es s rare category belonged if President have been forewarned of the concerned by prevailing some of the state convention

local political committees, congress- depend to a great degree on the large skills. They built railroads, Johnson had not dramatizedit latent sentiment which took on Southern and Northern del- halls where controversiesover

ional candidates and by preconv contributors.This hotels, and helped initiate with a stellar personal per- form in this remarkable egations to accept an equal seating, for example,
tion nominating; campaignsmayhave modern business methods that formance for which American outburst for the man whom he rights plank so phrased that could continue to yield their
enabled many Southern citiesto had publicly and pointedly both groups could "live with drama. But so far as the
million. political history provides no
been as high as $175 will be no departure from past
move forward progressively eliminated from his consid- it" for the duration of the na- whole convention is concerned -
parallel.The
The amount of spending reported by practices, but it points up one of the and profitably once the re- advent of electronics eration as a running mate. tional campaign. And, so far it could be presented in

I various committees, however, totaled weaknesses of the American political construction period was con- partly accounts for this, be- And if so he could have con- as most of the delegates and its entirety without the side-

only about $25 million, fairly evenly system. It would be far better if cluded. cause it enabled the Presidentto cluded that he had overplayed spectators in the gallerieswere shows.A .
L- divided between the two parties. both parties got more of their financial New Yo r k's Democratic play his unexampled leading to the peril point with the aware at the time, John-
I support from "grass roots" mem- Party was not bankrupt, but role simultaneously on Washington reporters the sus- son accomplished the purposeof TREMENDOUS amountof
in inventory for U. S. about his choice of averting disorderlyscene would be saved
poor two stages Washington dur- pense any money
The Democrats may find it a little bers or from contributions from the
Senate candidates. There wasa ing the first phase of the con- Humphrey, and decided to put on the convention floor over the present method of
easier than the Republicans to raise government. Perhaps the most urgent political v a c u u m. 'Par- vention;' Atlantic City for,, the an end to the game while he while forestalling a minority holding 'a national party con
campaign money this year. It is reform needed, however, is revision ty leaders outside New York final sessions. And twice he was ahead.At report and a roll call on the vention, and such savings
almost always true that the party in of the laws to get rid of the City, urged on by some with- shuttled between the two in any rate, by suddenly ad- eligibility of the contested Al- could easily cover all the ex-
\ power and the party which is the loopholes which result in such a in, heard opportunity knock the course of 24 hours. vancing by a day his sched- abama and Mississippi dele- penses of the public closed-
when President Johnson ex- uled arrival on the conventionscene gations.IF circuit" mechanism and
favorite to win the election has the large percentage of campaign money
r t cluded Cabinet m e mbers BUT THE effectiveness of and the timing of the IT HAD NOT been for rental of halls if the networks
least difficulty in getting campaign never being reported. from vice-presidential the President's performance announcement for which he the circumambient eye of television didn't see fit to let any of

.. contributions. ,:Much of the money: consideration. The Constitu- derived chiefly from his bril- had skillfully stimulated an in- and the watchfulnessof their facilities be used this
: for campaigns comes from speciidinterest r These are reforms which obviously tion requires only that a can- liant virtuosity in the techni- terest that mounted with every roving press reporters, the way. They usually are glad,
sources, which: can be af- are not going to be put into effect didate for the U. S. Senate que of politics, from his hour it was withheld, bulk of the delegates and gallery however, to donate TV time
be 30 years old and a resi- audacious disregard of the Johnson dramatically beganthe spectators would still be for "public service."
fected favorably or adversely by this year. But with the cost of cam
r dent of the state for whichhe traditions by which his pred- activities that aroused the laboring under the delusion As for the press, it should
governmental action. paigning increasing tremendously, contends at the time of ecessors have been bound in delegates and the huge video that everything that night was welcome the reform. Insteadof

.' mainly because the greater use of election similar circumstances, and audience from the state of just what the President had being locked out of conven-
r Walter Pincus, special writer for television, they are reforms that be- from his creative instinct in torpor that the first sessions ordered. ient entrances and exits to
: the Washington Evening Star, reports come more urgent with each suc- DESPITE THE deploringand the field of public relations. had engendered.THE That is because the Atlantic their seats at big convention

i : in an article in The Reporter ceeding presidential campaign."I mutterings of "carpetbagger This instinct almost failed City convention building was halls-as was the case in At-
:I l ," there is something to Johnson when he maintainedthe PRESIDENT is the cluttered with huge struc- lantic City last week-the reporters -
: be said for the decision of the suspense over his choice first presidential nominee of tures which shut off their viewof could view the proceedings
1 constitutional framers t o for the vice presidential either party to make two ap- the turmoil on the floor from their own of-
Ii'i 1i i On too Party Line to. Moscow make so loose a rule. We nomination almost to the point pearances on the platform, in areas allotted to the Alabamaand fices or at home.
i may be sure that with the where it would degenerateinto effect,' two speeches of ac- Mississippi delegations,

I : We have been pondering Senator hate to tell you" (click, New York precedent, especi- a farce and already had ceptance. He is the first who growing out of the' latest de- FOR THE Democratic Na-
Goldwater's statement that if click c1icktyclick'Vhat's that ally if victory follows the nom become a bore. And the instinct announced his choice of a run- velopment in the controversyover tional Convention held at At-
Barry ,
ination, the results will be seemed to have failed ing mate from the conven- racial desegregation.But lantic City was perhaps the
\ : he is elected president he will hook click stuff. Did you hang up, Mr. therapeutic. Mr. Kennedy him completely when, on tion platform and virtually put it was not long beforeit worst managed in -all h i s-
our European allies into the "hot President? Are you still there?" may be a carpetbagger, but landing here Johnson confirmed his choice in nomination. Also was general knowledge inside tory. It was run primarily to
line" between the Kremlin and the he is not a hack. Nor is he that Sen. Hubert H. Hum- Johnson is one of the' very and outside the hall that get TV publicity,and not for

White House. "Yes, yes. Go on, go on." (click) award heeling mediocritysuch phrey was his choice of a run- few presidential candidateswho the managed, dull tranquilityof the convenience of, the ,pressor
t That's just some!! of the neighbors on as all too often comesto ning mate, thereby reducingto were nominated by au- the convention had been the delegates. Big TV
the fore in political par- an anti climax the formal thentic acclamation, ;and he breached, and on' the very stands with huge rafters
1 On first thought it seemed like a the party line. Probably De Gaulle." ties careless of their organi- announcement he had envis- obtained the same distinctionfor issue the President, who' was blocked the view of the plat-

sensible and neighborly proposal. zational developments. Bet- aged as the high dramatic element the vice presidential nom- watching the scramble on tel- form for many hundreds of
England, France, Germany, Italy "I wanted to let you know right ter an intelligent, capable of his first appearance inee he had proposed. Many evision, most desired to keep the delegates. ,It was ,planned
I and the others have a keen interest away-(click). carpetbagger than a routine before the convention. national tickets had been ac- submerged in the public cons that way.
) in any conversations the President of product of ward politics. corded the unanimous vote of ciousness. The TV companies, more-
New York's political doubts NOW AND THEN the President conventions after the roll-call Perhaps this may have de- over, were given absolute:con
the United States have with "What's that Mr. Pre i rMBang
may m e
grew out of the fact that in revealed an inability to which gave them the required cided him to advance the tim- trol of certain exits' and en-
I\ Premier Khrushchev. If a stray ( bang, wham, bang.) "I hearan 1960 John F. Kennedy work- restrain the impulses which majority. But choice by ac- ing of the extraordinary per- trances to the hall at Atlantic
atomic missile should get on the odd noise on your line. Sounds like ed more closely with borough had led him to over expose clamation is rare. sonal performances by whichhe City, and police guards -were
I loose from either the U.S. or the you're pounding on your desk with and state leaders than himself on television and to But before Johnson person- made an exciting political stationed there to keep out
with Mayor Wagner. Mr Rob- the same things twice ally led the 1964 Democratic show out of a flop. If so, the with
I U. S. S. R., they'd want to know as your shoe again, Mr. Premier, par- say even reporters press
ert has who convention out of the dol- little fracas in the Mississippi -
Kennedy to
gone con- over. But some thoughtthe credentials. Many magazine
would it don
whether:
soon as we was war me.
1 siderable lengths to allay airport announcement wasa drums, he had issued certain and Alabama delegationson reporters couldn't conveniently -
or just a mechanical error. Mayor Wagner's fears that typical example of this commands to the floor leader- the floor was a blessingin go to telegraph offices on

"No no! I'm not pounding with he, Kennedy wishes in any impulsiveness were not, and ship for the paradoxical pur- disguise. a floor below and just a few

The thought of turning the "hotline" my shoe. I'm trying to tell you" manner to be competitivewith I feet away from the nearby

into a party line, though, raises (bang, bang). "Get off the line, the mayor. stairs. They or their messengers

some doubts. Anyone who has triedto ?Mao or keep quiet. That's just Pek- THE KENNEDY had to go a distance ofa
name Voice of the city block to the front of
get a call through to the right ing, Mr. President. We got a party has what politicians call "ma$g. People the building and fight their

party on a rural lime probably would line on this end now, too." (Silence) ic." The really very remark- I way through crowds as they

I share those doubts It is always able demonstration given Mr. I circled the auditorium on the

quick and easy when nothing is go- "All right, Mr. Premier, go ahead Kennedy at the Atlantic City On> The Sun's Opinion Page-- inside, and then they had to
convention was an exampleof walk another city block
in the neighborhood. But leta with what or
ing on you were trying to tell the
The
magic.
attorney more to return to their
little gossip start and it usually me." general is the sort of person Opinion and comments of Sun readers oro wtlcomo In th. VeJeo of tlto People column. Lettete seaU.
must bo signed and bear the writer's address. Names will bo withheld; if requested. A Utter shouldnot
hour the call. who
takes an to complete inspires as did his brother
exceed 500 words and must ba written ... only one side of the M,er. Poetry cannot bo used.The
"I just wanted to tell you we madea the President, deep loyalties Sun reserves the right to reject any Utter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning a* It WAS A MESS that will
r It's not hard to imagine a conver- and bitter enmities. The intent. long be remembered.
little mistake and one of our ICBMsis latter usually are unreason- Not the Name will reveal that it is not the issue which bids fair to lessen .should hasten the day when
sation something like this one day loose and coming in your direc- able in that the haters rarely custom to sign editorials. One his income or prestige, whathe some better method at hold

when Khrushchev calls the White tion. Never mind now, though, it can explain their dislike. But the Idea can however, learn, by look says is usually discounted. ing a convention will be de-
House: Birmingham's ex .- police ing at a paper's masthead, That is why the voice of a vised in which all emit see
landed in the middle of the Pacific.No commissioner was exiled at EDITOR, Sun: Recently a who publishes and edits the doctor or the American Medi- and hear what's going on.

"Hello, is that jrou, Mr. Presi- harm done. Sorry to bother you, Atlantic City as a non par- local doctor wrote expressinghis paper. That should be enough cal Association doesn't carry There wasn't a single roll-
Mr. ty loyalist Asked if he blames opposition to unsigned Sun to fix the responsibility. force on such issues as midi call vote at the Democratic
President.
dent? President Johnson for his editorials and letters in "Voiceof Someone bas said that there care. National Convention. Yet, witha

exclusion, he said "No. Bob- the People." The doctor's are three levels of conversation It is better, it seems to rise TV circuit of its own, the
"Yes, Mr. Premier What's hot?" (Click, click clickety BANG!) by Kennedy did it." Mr. Kennedy letter was prompted by a depending upon the mental to the enlightened level of discussing convention could easily call
.. of course had nothing letter signed '"Worried. Ap- maturity of the parties Ideas rather than to the roll of delegates and the
J> remotely to do with It. parently the doctor's worry involved: persons events and dwell on the low level of deal- entire country would have
POTOMAC FEVER The attorney general was not about what "Wor ideas. What we should be most ing in personalities. We shall the feeling that the delegateswere
would not have been of help ried" wrote but about the fact interested in is ideas or mean see enough of this during the really in the same hall
By JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington Bureau to President Johnson as a that "Worried" didn't sign his ing. We should not be detracted next two months, I fear. The even though geographically
business. letter with his legal name. from meaning by a name. Sun has a wise policy of allowing separated. In these days of
: Senator Goldwater says he only wants to srive NATO control of "convention. None however, doubts the Since others have from timeto There is always danger that each contributor to its "Telstars" and communication -
al" nuclear weapons. They're the little ones-if you make a mistake all YOlJlose I Kennedy Intelligence, politi- time seemed disturbed one's name will either weaken columns to decide whether or in outer space, a new
is Switzerland. cal skill or the magic of the about unsigned material, a what is said or unduly bolster not he feels he can better ac- kind of national party convention
name. A victory in November comment or two may be in or- it. complish his by signing would seem to present a
Bobby Kennedy claims he's practically an old settler In New York, if you RC t will make political his- der on the matter. For instance, when a professional his legal name.purpose challenge to' the inventiveand
: back a few years. This is a new triumph for modern technology Instant t tory-and serve also as a First, an examination of the man expresses him- resourceful minds of ourday.

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What provoked the superin issued between November 1963 munity college, not an obsolete :appropriate a dime for area University of Florida student Robert Morns 1
'tendent's reflections on the failure'of and May of this year, referred .vocational school concept is vocational technical schools, founder of the Eastern Star,,
the 1957 survey was that,I to r the "controversy" between the modern day approach to i then what? I" was relieved of $135 worthof was honored at a memorial pic-
shortly t before, someone had vocational education.The clothing in a theft earlier nic in the banquet room of the
of the
r junior
r4 .gusgested that another means!proponents those of the vocational collegeand vocational educators con- It wouldn't hurt to explorethe this week, Gainesville police Masonic Hall by Williston 1]
; of .teaching vocational education" school demn the junior colleges as alternative to the vocational reported today. Chapter 142, 0. E. S. last week.
the community school the community College Mrs. Sallie Winemiller, W.M.,
I. existed-through "little liberal colleges" who only
1 .- 'college also popularly Actually, there hasn't been tolerate vocational educationas in the meantime. The victim Thomas R. Bryan, presided over the program and
known as"'the junior college. any controversy although perhaps a stepchild. Succeeding articles on this 108 NW 13th St., told officersthe Mrs. Gertrude Fletcher delivered
t And some time between the' lack there of should discussion be. Helpedby the There's something to be said subject will present viewpoints clothes-two suits a sports a short history of the life
I on
1957 survey and the 1963 leg subject a the Schol Board simply for both sides, but time is running from both sides in an attemptto coat and five shirts-were removed -of the founder. t
Alachua County be- isolate the issues involved.
islature hasn't entertained any nations out. The hour has come from his parked car at The Pacific is the world's
came committed to building an at least publicly of to get down to serious business.In NEXT, The High School the University Inn sometime largest ocean but the Atlantichas
known in
Institution Georgia
I changing its mind about per- April the state legislaturemeets. Dropout I between Sunday and Tuesday. the longest coastline.NEW .
and ,a few other states as an
.
I, suading the state to build a I
area vocational technical
School.!. $1.5 million area vocational! Suppose the experts are x. ...;,. c;wTiv v::< .,
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technical school. right, and Alachua County is [::.S '::'is:i.n
The voice in the wilderness FORJIAPOR
Maybe should. Some power- out of step with the main-
the junior college
suggesting
ful and voicesare stream which favors the com- f
knowledgable
. was. that of Ralph Turlington, y g eS:4. I * * * *
speaking out against the munity junior college. Supposethe
in the
Alachua's
representative area school. They say the com- legislature does not apYou'll -
state_ u legislature. DAY
Turlington, a veteran legislator WAY fSStQUAttyi -:
has served on the House .
.
2* '* .-
r'' education committee and is PAY TOO MUCH * *
recognized as an authority in
public school legislation.
i' The reaction of the School Look at these features! FIVE FLAGSVODKA
I .Board to Turlington's suggestion IF YOU BUY
.
1/12 H.P. 6-pole motor!
was a cold silence. : $2 5 9
I Turlington didn't rock the : I- 4-position switch (off-
boat out of the clear blue. BEFORE GETTING low-medium-high) 80 proofOLD e
The day before his statement, .' : Plastic "air-diffuser"
newspapers carried a story out front snap-out wire
of Tallahassee saying that Leon OUR PRICE back!

t County leaders, including Presi- f k Collapsible luggage type THOMPSON
dent Gordon Blackwell of Flor- handle!
Ida State University and Sen.
Wilson Carraway, had an- at 3 speeds make it the closest thing to
yy2 I artificial weather! Ventilates at the
nounced they were going all- 'I rate of 2700 C.F.M. circulates at 86 Proof
out to get a junior college established p in Tallahassee. The Furniture Manufacturers I gloss baked enamel in a wanted
'%: sheel grey color. Measures 22"x22"x6'A"
Until then Leon County, in long. Cools the whole house!
partnership with Alachua and $
Hillsborough Counties, had AMPLE HOUSE 2.99

worked vocational towards technical getting school an area in 1788

each of the three counties.
South Main St at S.W. 13th St.
Manning, in another of his
superintendent's memorandums II I
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..J : TV Networks Drawing Complaints for Duplicating Convention Coverage


r f : @ Ntm lurk mi11tt Much of their concern, it was in effect eliminate a choice in three stations; 61 with two sta- TV attractions, entertainment Officials of all-three networks compete with 'Gunsmoke network pride in New-York and
{ : By JACK GOULD reported Tuesday, stemmed programming.Sixty tions, and 117 with one station. programing outdrew the political agreed that both practical and one executive remarked. "They.by election night they'll have
! ;. ;NEW YORK Man individual from protests by viewers livingin per cent of the coun- Twenty three areas have conventions,according to reports -journalistic considerationsmeant know they would be clobbered blown $30 million to see who's'
, television stations across sections of the country where try's viewing audience can only from one to five independent from many stations. a continuation of the existing -and they'd never stand for it." first for five seconds. An awful -
toe country are questioning the only network programs were receive commercial stations stations in addition to the network "The independents had their' competition in TV news "Let's face it," an out-of- lot of people simply don't wantto
r need for all three TV networksto available during the Republicanand that are affiliated with the net-! outlets, the F. C. C. re best ratings since 1960," one coverage. town broadcaster said. "T he spend night after night with
Democratic conventions.The
duplicate coverage of Political works, according to an estimateby ported. commercial station owner said. number of TV sets in us e Huntley, Brinkley, Cronkite,
If conventions and deprive the set owners asked why it the Federal Communications Where viewers did have an Any likelihood of a change in "The politicians of both par- dropped by as much as 50 per Mudd of whomever. From our
I public of alternative entertainment was necessary to carry th e Commission. I''opportunity to tune out the con- the pattern of convention cover- ties would scream to high heaven -cent during the conventions.Pol-standpoint the network battle. is
f for eight evenings. same event on all stations and Included are 74 cities with ventions in favor of independent age appeared extremely remote. if they thought they had to itics have become a matter of "etting out of hand."

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second on the list. be valuable in rehabilitation of forces eight times normal, .
Operation Sacktime, concluded -patients hospitalized for long gravity. j ..v'f : r .. Personal Size Portable TV
Tuesday at the University of periods by injury or disease. Dr. Meehan plans to check I ..!. ', J

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these findings: ended four weeks of supervised next 30 days but first indicationsare See 119 Sq. In. Screen =
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limit tolerance of flight condi- matter at the Post Office ot
a renewal of debate on his space Gainesville, Florida.
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PALM BEACH Mr.

and Mrs. L. Earl Shaw Jr.
TODAY, September 2 Martha Jane Edwards, s
were married August 29 at the
THE Wedding of Miss Carolyn fiancee of Doug Davis 0 f .
First Baptist Church of West r
Palm Beach. 4toii f fflfflILY Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Valdosta, Ga., Mrs. W. C.
Mrs. Sidney Thomas and O'Neal and Mrs. Harry Dun-
Dr. Henry Turlingtcn 0 f .
Maurice L. Goldsmith of Dem-
Chapel Hill, N.C., uncle of the can.Bridal
Weimer-Women's Editor
opolis, Ala., son of Mrs. Mau- luncheon honoring
bride, officiated at the ceremony -
4am rice Goldsmith, 4 pjn., First Miss Jane Ann Baugh
performed before an altar
Presbyterian Church. Recep- an bride-elect of Lt. Geor-
banked with palms and baskets b
: of gladioli and chrysanthemums. z E & HostessRuth Trio Gives tion at Fellowship Hall fol- ge Wayne Arnau of San
lowed by dinner for membersof Antonio, immediately follow- YOUR

the wedding party and out ing wedding rehearsal at 11 DOLLARSHAVE
The bride formerly Miss Betty
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of town guests, parents of the a.m., Mrs. Albert Love, aunt
I, .Nell McIntosh, is the daughter } Tea for Bride-elect bride hosts, Holiday Inn. of the bride, and Mrs. H. Hus
: of Judge and Mrs. Russell
Tea complimenting Miss ton Messer, sister of the MORE
McIntosh of West Palm Beach,.
Jane Ann bride- bride
Baughan, Holiday Inn, 12:30 p.m.
.and the granddaughter of Mrs.J. I A trio of hostesses entertained day at 7 p.m. .in the First elect of Lt. George Wayne Wedding of Miss Gloria WEIGHT
E. Turlington of Gainesville.The this afternoon with
tea
a Presbyterian Church.
Arnau, 4 to 6 pjn., Mrs. Gaye Woodward, aaughter of
bridegroom is the son of honoring Miss Jane Ann Baugh- The pre nuptial party was George B. Butler, Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. Burton M I
Mrs. L. E. Shaw of Weld on, an whose marriage to Lt. Geor- given by Mrs. George B. But- Ellis Jones and Mrs. William Woodward 0 S g. .

N.C., and the late Mr. Shaw. ge Wayne Arnau of San Antonio ler, Mrs. W. Ellis Jones and H. Pierson, at the Butler mond man Elliott Watson, and, son Ray-of I .

Handmade Gown Worn is to be event of Satur- Mrs. William Pierson at the home, 1722 NW Eleventh Mrs. Eleanor S. Watson, Cor-

.\ Given in marriage by her Butler home with more than Road. al Gables, and R. E. Watsonof GRADY s ,
I hand
father, the bride wore a s. 'Rx 100 guests calling during the Post nuptial reception i BOWENPROFESSIONAL
made of silk satin Chicago, 5 p.m., Holy
gown pure i
afternoon. honoring Mr. and Mrs. Char-
Trinity Episcopal Church Reception
from Beruit Lebanon,
a
brought Receiving with the hostessesand les E. Rich, 7:30 to 9 pjn., following at the homeof
by a cousin while on a tour of I
i TODAY. honoree was Mrs. Denver by Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. the bride's
the Holy Land. The bodice was Rich of the bridegroom parents. I I .. .Cr
Baughan, mother of the bride.elect. parents of Miss s
designed with a panel of lace. Wedding Jane Ann
Gainesville Golf and
Her fingertip veil of silk illusion Baughan, daughter of Mr.,
\ of rhinestones Seasonal flowers were used Country Club.Informal and Mrs. Denver Ewing Baug
fell from a tiara i- SERVICE PHARMACY
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throughout the house. party to comp
I and seed pearls and she han, and Lt. George Wayne
: carried a cascade of white Pink roses in a silver bowl men t Miss Nancy Pepper, Arnau of San. Antonio, son of
and carnations. centered the tea table, where bride-elect of John Carsw ell' Mrs. William Meredith Mc- Discount Drugs :
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roses Nelle Scobee of Delray, Kappa Kappa Gamma Mrs. George 0. Hack, Mrs. H. H of Hazelwood, N.C., Mr. Lane and Randolph Curtis
.Miss Alumnae Club, 8 p.m., Mrs. G. Metcalfe and Mrs. FrederickB. and Mrs. Frank Miles, 6 p.m.,
cousin of the bride, was maid Arnau, both of Jacksonville, 419 S.W. 8hT. -
Herbert Schweyer, 1115 NW Smith at their home, 1111 NW 22nd 2-5348
of honor. Bridesmaids were presided. 7 p.m., First Presbyterian FR 2-5347, FR
13th Avenue. Street.
J Miss Marilyn Young of Orlando Those assisting in the courtesies Church. Reception following in

Miss Hatice Uskup of t Gainesville Bridge Club, were Mrs. Karl Owens, THURSDAY, September 3 Fellowship Hall. .a

Istanbul, Turkey, Miss Lynn 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. Mrs. Pierce Brodkorb, Mrs. Ir- Bridesmaids luncheon feting -

: I Turlington and Miss Carol Tur- Univers 11 y City Bridge ving Waglow, Mrs. Ralph Turl- Miss Nancy Pepper, bride

lington of Chapel Hill, N. C., a Club, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, ington and Mrs. L. K. Midgette. -to-be of John Carswell II of NEW OFFICE HOURS
Hazelwood N.C. 12:30
p.m. ,
cousins of the bride. ? 107 NW 15th Terrace.St. A gift of silver was given to
Mrs. John R. Carswell, host
,.. All of the attendants wore Michael's Miss Baughan by the hostesses,
I Episcopal ess, Gainesville Golf and
and In the future will closeon
, blue silk dresses we
organza who also her with
Church Women, 8 p.m., at presented a Country Club.Rehearsal .
carried bouquets of pink carna the church. Rev. Warner yellow carnation corsage and dinner honoring Saturdays at 12:30 P.M
tions.. rector her mother with a white carna-
M Stringer, guest speaker. Pepper-Carswell wedding par-
( Al Jordan of Weldon, N.C., __ tion corsage. -
ty, Mrs. Clark Upp of Orlando New Hours Are: SMiiWL
,I was best man. Ushers were Mrs. L. Earl Shaw Jr. I aunt of the bride, hostess L\ i
Robert Chandler of Rocky Gainesville Golf and Mon. thru Fri. 8:30AMto5OOPM :
1 Mount, N.C., Alan Fairbank, .Miss Betty Gail Turlington, of.Turlington, all of Gainesville. I 'Fun Painters Class Country Club. Saturdays 8:30AMtol2:30PM 'Zru
Durham, N.C., Boyd Shaw of Gainesville, cousins of the bride
The bride attended Florida FRIDAY, September 4
Weldon, N.C., brother of the ,and her aunts Mrs. H. E. Tur- I
. bridegroom, and Russell McIntosh ]linton, Chapel Hill, N.C.; Mrs. .State University and was graduated I To Open September 10Next Wedding of Miss Nancy Cal- 4WORLDtt1IY
of
I vert Mr.
Jr., of West Palm Beach, :Frank Connor, Weldon, N.C.; from the University of Pepper, daughter

11 brother of the bride. 'Mrs. S. J. Scobee, Delray; Mrs.C. North Carolina, where she wasa series of Fun Painters for the fun" with beginners wel- and, Mrs.and John Louis Rudolph Calvert Cars-Pep- TRAVELSERVICE: -

"I Following the ceremony a re- B. McIntosh, Orlando, and member of Phi Beta Kappa classes will open on September come. No grades are given and per well II, son of Mr. and Mrs.
was given at the J Mrs. H. J. Bixler, West Palm and National Speech and I
ception Span- 10 at 7:30 p.m. in room 213 of the sessions are recreationalAt John Rudolph Carswell of
. church social hall by the :Beach. ish honoraries. She is presently the UF Student Union. The the end of the series, an ex- Hazelwood, N. C., 8 p.m., 808 W. University FR 6-4641

bride's parents. Out of town guests included a graduate student at t he course, entitled, "Shapes Tex- hibit is planned. First Presbyterian Church.

Aunts Assist 1 VIr. and Mrs. Charles Wishart, University of North Carolina. tures and Colors" will be direct-I Registration fee for the courseis Reception following at the

Miss I ed by Mrs. Jean O. $5, which can be sent with Gainesville Golf and
i( Assisting at the reception ]Edwin Turlington, Betty The bridegroom was graduated Country ,
were Mrs. Charles Wishart and Sail: Turlington and Mis. J. E. from Wake Forest College, These classes, given under the application to Room 315 of the Club.
Winston-Salem N.C., Yale Di- auspices of the University De- Florida Union. Checks should Rehearsal dinner honoring
\ I vinity School, New Haven,' partment of Student Activi- be made payable to "The Flor- Miss Gaye Woodward and her
Look to B-L Shoe Dept. for the Finest I Conn., and is a member of Phi ties, have been held for the past ida Union." As the space is' fiance Raymond Elliott Watson FoundationsShop2nd

in Fashion Fit Selection Beta Kappa and Omicron Delta -!two years with capacity attend- limited, only 28 applicants can Mrs. Frank B. Culver of Floor'
1 Kappa. He is presently an ance. be accepted.In San Antonio, aunt of the bride
Each series consists of e two-
instructor in religion and political this present course, Mrs. -elect, Gainesville Golf and
science at the University of hour sessions and taught by Mitchell has chosen tempera as Country Club.Luncheon close-up of

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various branches of studies.
art
also a doctoral candidate in Jane Edwards, brideelectof a
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life, landscape, portrait and asked to bring with them muffin Mrs. J. Milton Brownlee and FITFOR
Following a wedding trip to non objective done in tempera, tins to hold their paint, sil- Mrs. C. C. Beasley.
) the Smoky_Mountains, the newlyweds oil, pastel, water color- char- ver foil to cover them, and,
will make their home in coal and polymer. brushes. Other materials can be SATURDAY, September 5

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10 Gainesville Wednesday, September 2, 1944,

,support, we are sure that it WILLISTON NEWS
t would not have gone over so Alliance OrganizedThe Make

big. L. V. Davis, President;I Gainesville Brand of Newlyweds Mix & Matctv
News of
,\ 3 Special Interest Mrs.Pauline A. Bowles, Chair the Ministers' Wives was orga- .
:man of Publicity. nized at Williston, at the Allen with color

Chapel Church with Rev. R. New Home HereMr. coordinatedSINGER ,

V. Gaddy, pastor, on August ;
! :To the Colored Community NOTICE. 21 under the supervision of Mrs.
The St. Paul Memorial Cem-
.. "Robinson. J
W. S. The electionof and Mr. Robert Monroe
etery will be cleaned on Labor
officers was conducted ,by Hyatt Jr. are now at home in
, -News items for this page should be submitted to Colored News Editor Ben F. Childs, Day, Sept. '7. Elder W. S. Robinson of the Gainesville' following their wed- Fabrics I

526 NW 8th St."by mall, or by phone at FR 65753. Do not send news directly to the Gainesville Persons are asked to bring Gainesville District. The officers -' ding, which took P k-
place on Aug-
Sun office. their mowers, rakes and hoes.!
(t are: Mrs. Mary Job mon, ust 8 at ,St. Mary's Catholic ; j. ; I
Mark
Brown
chairman
Ivey
:
l co-chair-I president; Mrs. Rosa Gaddy, Church, Rockledge. Father
Ii REVIVAL ; Eugene Mills, vice president; Mrs. Estelle James Holway of St. Patrick's f
MEETINGS -I
Tampa, passed through Gaines- :Mrs. Elnor Hamilton. man; Addie M. Coleman, sec
The revival meetings have ville yesterday route to the There is no admission price. retary. : Nateel, secretary; Miss Jua- College, Thurles, County Tipper-
begun at the Mt. Pleasant Methodist Florida nita Williams assistant secre- ary, Ireland, officiated at the
! A. and M. University of The[ public Is invited. Mrs. Electrolysis
i, Church each day at 8 pjn. Tallahassee.Miss Barbara Watson, reporter I I tary; Miss Doris Reed, treasurer -double ring ceremony.The .

: .The Rev. P. Harold ,Gray of Mary B. Walker of BUSINESS MEETING ; Mrs. Charity Williams, bride, formerly Miss Removes

Savannah, Ga.,, is.the .evangelist ,Tampa is visiting here with There will be business meeting chaplain; and Mrs. Edwina Ar-. Alice Ruth Young of Gaines- Excess
:- He is the HOME DEM. CLUB at the nold, assistant chaplain. Mrs.
pastor Asbury her aunt, Mrs. Mamie: Fields Friendship Baptist ville, is the daughter of Mr.
Methodist Church' and Is The Lincoln Estates Home Church Sarah E. Brown, reporter. Facial
8 All
a gospel and ther relatives for-a week. on Thursday pjn. and Mrs. M. Julian Young of
Demonstration Club met at the
preacher. James M. Bryan, of Ocala officers and members are urged Cocoa and the bridgroom is the Hair. .
i :The will last home of Mrs. Viola Goodens. CONVALESCINGMiss :
meetings to attend. Each
through auxiliary is
passed through Gainesville
yes- son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mar- f>;
Friday, Sept. 4. Rev. W. M. terday en route to Jackson- The organization of the club asked to make the regular I. Alberta Tillman, a member ienthal of Cocoa. t tu..
I I, Ferguson, pastor.ARREDONDA was completed. Officers for the monthly report. of the Mt. Pleasant Methodist -

:ville.Miss Grace Mutts, of Jack- 1964-65[ club year are: Mrs. Bertha i I Church, ,who is ill, was Given in marriage by her
i Washington, Pre sident reported 1 father, the bride wore a white
as improving.
sonville Gaines- : ; ', -
passed through :
t
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NEWS ville yesterday enroute to St. 'Mrs. M. J. Hollis, Vice Pres- YOUNG PEOPLE'S Mr. Times, of N. W. 10th gown; of silk organza featuringan a ... ., Th success of permanent hair
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Card of ,Thanks REVIVAL I embroidered skirt and a .s: each Individual
removal
ident; Mrs. Viola Goodens, Secretary Street, who is a patient in theVeterans' depends upon
.Miss Ada J. DeBose wishes to Petersburg.Mrs. I short train. Her veil of illusion r1w ,.'.- '? There are many factors
i The people's revival \ ,
Mrs. Ruby M lone young at Lake ,
I Cora H. James returned ; a Hospital City That determine the speed of complete
thank friends for their acts of here 'Assistant Secretary; Mrs. Inez held at the Friendship Baptist : was reported as doing fine. 'fell from a crown of sequined ,',t-' .: 1f -hair removal. These problems
from Norfolk
kindness shown during her ill. yesterday and Church, recently, was suc Mr. Freeman who petals, and she carried a white should and can be discussed They
N. C., following a two-week visit Gulley, Chaplain; Mrs. was a pa- ; in the strictest privacy.
ess at home. Miss Ada J. De 'Gladys Pollard, Reporter.Mrs. cessful. Ten persons were con- tient at the Veterans' Hospitalat prayer book, topped with carna- x .. are as simple and painless as
with her let
I sister, Mrs. Sarah your finest beauty aids. Don't
\l't ,Bose.SPECIAL. F. Jackson, and other relatives. Robinson, the Home verted and eight of these were Lake City, was reported as tions and stephanotis.The another week go by without calling
I Demonstration Agent, discussed baptized on last Sunday morn- improving at his home here. bride also wore a gold for an appointment.
;, NOTICE the opportunities available' ing. Two adults were also lavaliere[ which was worn by Free Booklet On Request

!, ..The Juvenile Lodge No. 113 PASTOR'S ANNIVERSARYThe in the club. In essence, the club added to the membership. The her mother and grandmotherwhen '.. EDMUND.DWYERrL...
i will meet Saturday at 3 p.m members and friends of provides experiences for the pastor, officers and mem- Luncheon Fetes they were married. Ik
at the home of Misses Joyce the Mt. Moriah Churchall Mrs. B. Doerr sisterof I
Baptist homemakers in all areas of bers wish to thank all persons Joseph I
; Pearlie and Willett Scott at Ar- celebrating their pastor's an- homemaking. The next meetingwill who shared in making the revival Deland VisitorS'' the bridegroom, was matronof tLECTROLOGlST C

F rc onda.'j niversary at the church.On be held at Mrs. Gladys a worthwhile experiencefor honor. She wore a geld peau .+C. 107 W. U niyersiti.-:
; For transportation, meet at Thursday at 7:30 pjn, Pollard's home-1510 S. E. 14th the young people as well as Mrs. Nadine Maxwell enter- de sole sheath floor length Mrs. Robert Monroe Hyatt Jr.//l FR 2-8039 I

the home of Mrs. P. L. Scott of Rev. U. L. Ulmer and the Avenue, on Sept. 24, at 7:30 for the adults. Rev. S. M. Dan- tained with a luncheon Friday dress, matching headpiece" and .
'j 614 S. W. 3rd Street at 2:30 pjn. Zion Bethel Baptist Church from P.M. The discussion for the iels and Brother John H. Will- afternoon in her home to honor carried a bouquet of bronze and :aw

The cars will leave at 2:45 pjn. McIntosh will render services. next meeting will be concern- iams were guest speakers dur- Mrs. Willis Barnhill, and her yellow chrysanthemums.
The dues are to be paid in full Several guest choirs will also ing Budgeting. Title: "How to ing the revival. Rev. D. E. daughter, Alison Jane Barnhill Bridesmaids were Miss Dorothy NEW OFfiCE HOURS .

at the meeting. appear in the program. have a dollar year round. A White, pastor; Deacon 0. R. both of DeLand.An Roberts and Miss Martha

://1....,; Sunday morning at 11 a.m., film will also be shown along Maxey, Supterintendent.PLANS Danford. They were dressed In the future we will close .
PERSONALS Rev. S. M. Daniels will deliver with the discussion. :Mrs. Clar- arrangement of red. roses like the matron of honor and ,

:Miss Bettye Warren and Miss the anniversary sermon; Rev.T. ice Robinson Home Demon- decorated the table. carried bouquets of bronze and on Saturdays at 12:30 P.M. _
::
If leggy Hunt, both of Deland, D. Davis and the Emanuel stration Agent; Mrs. Gladys PROGRAM Assisting the hostess in the yellow chrysanthemums.Alvin _

were sightseeing here yester Baptist Church will render serv- Pollard, Reporter.IN The city-wide Gospel Chorus hospitalities were Mrs. P. W. A. Fischer Jr. of Cocoa, New> Hours ,Are -.....:- !
t ;ices at 3 p.m.; there will be will present a musical program Lucius and Mrs. Kayde Warf. cousin of the bridegroom, was

day.Miss Bettye Cobb, of 537 S.W. Baptist Training Union at 5:30 MEMORIAMIn at the New Salem Baptist Mrs. Barnhill, the former best man. Ushers were Joe Mon thru Fri. 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM .-

7th Place, and Charles Demps pjn.; and evening worship, memory of our beloved Church Saturday at 8 pjn. Miss Lou Nita McLeran of Fant, Bradenton; Jay Pfeif- Saturdays. 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM ... .V ,
of 609 S. W. 4th Street, left recently Communion, 6:30 pjn. husband and brother, the late! The public is invited. Gainesville, and her daughter fer, and Joseph B. Doerr of Cocoa -- ... ""-"""" ""
for Gibbs Junior College I You are invited to attend each Frank Strong, who departed' have returned to DeLand aftera and David Leete of Day- MT'\ WORL.DTRAVEL

I SJ. Petersburg, where they service. Rev. L. A. Tillman, pas- this life Sept. 1, 1962. NOTICE short visit here.Lutheran. tona. .

i are students. tor; Miss Barbara Brooks, re- You are gone but not forgotten. -! The University City Floral The bride's mother wore a ) \ .
t :Miss Cobb and Mr. Demps are porter.TO Mrs. Carrie Strong, wife;' Club will hold its regular meet- Guild gown of aqua chiffon with white
members of the Mt. Moriah accessories and an orchid corsage -
and family. ERVICK
ing at the home of Mrs. Laura Meets
Baptist Church. Their many PRESENT PLAY TonightRachel and the bridegroom'smother
Williams S. E. 4th Ave.
on ,
' friends and also the church There will be a play entitled MISS 20th CENTURY at 8 Circle will be host wore a beige lace dress 808 W. University FR 67yfe6Wl '
today
i wish for them a successful "Old Ship of Zion" at the Mt. CONTEST SUCCESS p.m. esses for the social hour following with beige accessories and an ----

\ school term. Barbara Brooks Olive Primitive Baptist Churchon Twenty young ladies parti MEETING PLANNEDThe the quarterly meet- orchid corsage.

I reporter. Sept. 3 at 8 p.m. on behalf ,cipated in the State Miss 20th, Home Mission of the Mt. ing of the Ladies Guild of the Following the ceremony, thebride's
!frs. Willie Mae Player of of Choir No.1, sponsored by
First Lutheran Church tonight
j I Century Swim Suit and Talent. Moriah Baptist Church will parenentertained witha
Contest held at Lincoln High meet at the church today at 5 at 8 in the Parish Hall. reception given at the Rock-

Look to B-L Shoe Dept. for the Finestin School last Saturday night.! p.m. This Is a combined meetingof ledge Golf and Country Club. *
The young ladies were at their all circles of the Guild. The wedding cake was cut by ions

Fashion Fit Selection best. Miss Joanne Heighis Hen- MEN'S DAY PROGRAMThe Miss Brenda Beauchamp of ,Co 2nd Floor
place winner. She is the daughter -' Men's Day program will Rector to SpeakRev. coa. Miss Glenda Nail of Jack- l/V 0- -

. of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hen- terminate at the Shady Grove Warner Stringer, new sonville, Miss Mary Beth Seayof j .I

ry, also of Palatka. Primitive Baptist Church on rector of St. Michael's Epis- Ocala, and Miss Marilyn Laz- close-up of',
The Gainesville Club Council Sept. 27 at 8 pjn. copal Church, will be guest zara of Tampa poured punch.
wishes to thank Gainesville as There will be a banquet in speaker for the September The bride's book was kept byMrs.

a whole for the whole hearted the dining room of the Shady meeting of the Women cf the .*David Leete of Daytona. r to fIT,..", .." 1'" "
I support it gave to make our Grove Primitive Baptist Church Wednesday at 8 p.m. Rice bags and rose petals

\ "Miss 20th Century Contest" ,Church Sept. 26. t' ,The meeting will be held at were* distributed by Arlene Da- FOR I' .,. ,
\ such a high ''success. Had you The cooperation of the mem- the church on the Mil&opper: vis of St. Petersburg and Diane ,
J not given us this much needed bers and friends is asked. Road. auchamp of Cocoa.

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By Josephine. Lowman f. ; Bridge t.J eceptionIonors.New! FacultyTo i ; ;

Mix & Match
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W/iy/ Grow Club I' Introduce and honor new Hilda M. Squire, Dr. Annie Lou Loren, R. E. Dwyer. and An arrangement: pink f I I with color
members the University of Green,' Lionel, Leon, John K. L. E,. Tuttle. wasI
Florida College of Education Horn, Miss',Judy "Valla; 'Mrs. Faculty Assistants roses and: the ivory tapers coordinatedSINGER ,
used -
as centerpiece for
faculty, a reception was given Beatrice Scribner Miss Carol
Greeting guests in the downstairs
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last night at the Student Service Sytama, Harry A. Backs of the serving table and palms
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and Oriental decorated
old? Center by the members of George S. Beers, Frederick H. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Myers. plants
I v the college staff and their wives. Voyle, Kenneth M. Eacdy.Miss Dr. and Mrs. Robert Wieg- the reception room.

JOHN' E. CRAPS Dean Kimball Wiles end Mrs.: Ann R. Gaertner Dr. man and Dr. and Mrs. Glen, Mrs. Cesar Rivera was in, Fabrics
Wiles headed the receiving line, Edwin L. Kurth Marvin R. Mc- Haas also assisted: charge of the floral decorations -,'

Mrs. J.. E. Moore and Mrs 'which included the following MiHin, Roy I. Mumme, Dr. W. Aiding in the hospitalitieswere for the reception., I
Even Lazy People R. W. Fountain were the North newcomers, their 'wives a n W. Purkey Dr. D. E. Small, Mrs. Melvin Baker, Mrs. -
-South winners husbands: dj James D. Wells Emmet L. Toste the difference QUALITY jriafe s
in the Maurice Ahrens, Mrs. Robert
Monday I Charles A. Henderson, Williams, Thomas J. MoUe 11,
Enjoy Simple Exercises evening'game of the Gaines- Stripling, Mrs. Ira Gordon,

I ,. .. , .. ville Bridge Club with 132 Mrs. R. L. Johns, Mrs. Vince RONCOBm
'" '- Hines, Dr. Pauline Hilliard and
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'i' pairs was 108. the evening were Mrs. J. '

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.: ) Bowman and Dr. R. ALMA WARREN ages of 35 and 55, 1,900 calories !Mrs. Myron Cunningham, Mrs. y.D
r ---' r. Johnson finished second Revised figures of recently are ratted: between the I Leon Henderson, Mrs. William

t ,; ,' '-' -, 0 '.) with 129&, Mrs. H. L. Gray released recommended diet- ages of 55 and 75, the rec- Alexander Mrs. Leon Sims, t'i
and Mrs. L. E. Grinter were ary allowances show about a ':d dietary allowance i Mrs. Vincent McGuire and Mrs.
t 10 percent decrease over thoseof Is l.COO) calories. Peter Oliva.
0,:pE /1'-','_ third with 1195, and Mrs. H. previous years. ..
;' \ 0. Putnam and Mrs. H. L. These dietary allowancesare I II 1
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s" .": ': were fourth with 116. I
mally active persons livingin Why spend more

Gilbert Nicolson and Jay ATones the United States. '.
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;pints, by far the best fame my of Sciences National Re- COMP ARE.PENNEY'S
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Jones and Miss Carol Ruppertwere ances.

Y;F rt second with 130%, followed Here are some examples of.
by Mr. and Mrs. R. N. dietary allowances: GYM VALUES!
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W. E. Clardy and Mrs. J. F weight of 154 pounds and are
Wharton with 109. 18 ot 35 years old need 2,900
calories. Between the ages of
The club will hold its next .
35 and 55 years, 2,600 calories 'f
game at 7:30 this evening at are'needed between the
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.k player, assuring any who come weight of 128 pounds and .
without partners that they will are 18 to 35 years old need .
II i be able to play. 2,100 calories. Between the .
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Bar WantsPublic Southern Skies Due Crime Rate fIn

Reopening of Baker Inquiry Views Study I INru1 h',-


par t;tntr9 southern hemisphere, plus another Yet, because most of the WASHINGTON (AP) Theme

Asked Under New By WALTER SULLIVAN : perhaps, in.orbit. great observatories are in the FBI reports a 15 per cent nvSJ

ChargeWASHINGTON On DisciplineTALLAHASSEE "HAMBURG The result will be revolutionary north, the southern sky is poor- crease in serious crime in the:

Germany developments In man's ly studied. The instruments to United States the first half of,*

The starting gun has been fir- knowledge of the universe. The be built in the south include this **
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(AP) Sen. istration will be judged by their light of this new evidence .. I (AP) The ed in a race to explore the a
Florida Bar the I center of the milky way gal- twin of what is now the world's Increases were recorded in aB
John J. Williams, R-Del., decision. feel the U.s. Senate has no alternative stung by recent southern heavens. ;
charged in the Senate Tuesdaythat Baker resigned last Oct. 7 but to reopen the Bob- impeachment and trial ofa axy'of which the sun is a mem- largest telescope, the spectacularly -sections of the country and in* I
from as Baker and call circuit judge, called Tuesdayfor Today there are only four ber lies deep in the southern i successful 20 -- inch re- all categories of serious crimes
$25,000 a Philadelphia to the Senate's Democratic by investigation
contractor was channeled secretary majority after questionswere as its first three witnesses Mr. public criticism of its proposal telescopes with mirrors 100 sky Also in the southern 'sky flector on Mount Palomar in Over the same period last year,!!
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for in inches or more in diameter, are the 10 nearest globular clusters California. Monday's report pointed up a:
through Bobby Baker to the raised by Williams and Matthew McCloskey, Mr. Bobby disciplining judges I
Kennedy Johnson 1960 cam others about his outside business Baker, and Mr. Don Rey- an effort to improve the sys- three of them in California and with hundreds of thou- A joint British-Australian instrument -, 23 per cent increase in crime iig;

fund in illegal nolds." tem. one in the Soviet Union. sands of stars in each cluster, of 150 inches is to be suburban areas.
paign an con- interests.An .
spiracy.He I Within a dozen years there and the two galaxies nearestour erected. at a site in Australia.A The Southern states showed:
inquiry by the Senate The-public hearing was scheduled will be the and small few weeks team of
probably several own: great ago a an 18. per cent increase thej
demanded, on the basis of Rules Committee developed evidence Meat for 10 11 at the'
Friday a.m. Sept. more, including three in the clouds of Magellan. West European nations pur- Northeast 15 per cent, th'
what he called new evidence that Baker had a fingerin George Washington Hotel in I'
chased land atop Mount la Sillyin North-Central states 14 per cent:
from Don B. Reynolds, a.local. a wide variety of enterprises On lron e .OK Jacksonville. I Clear in'Harlem Chile for a 140 inch tele- and the Western states 11 per: :
insurance agent, that the Sen- including a vending machine I Cop Deathl
ate the politically explosive The issue came up during the __ scope. cent. zi
reopen : business and a motel, and 'MTT'W VYDtTAT. \ : : n
A indictment.Dist. .
1963 when the House u--"n .l.vnn.ArJ grand issuing: any
Bobby Baker investigation. For CatholicsMIAMI Legislature .
had engaged in profitable stock
Circuit jury today cleared lieu- Atty. Frank S. Hogan
Pasco a police
impeached County
and other deals. It brought out the WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE! ;
said that in
doing jury
so
"I am hereby asking the that Baker once told a bank his (AP) National Air Judge Richard Kelly on charges tenant of any criminal liability -

President and the leadership of net worth exceeded $2 million. lines said Tuesday that Cath I of official misconduct and en- in the fatal shooting of a Negro had "concluded that on the ba- Don't chance a heater that won't work' .
'olics aboard its gaging in partisan politics dur sis of the evidence and the applicable Call for special!
traveling flights: today our
the United States Senate to join His Senate salary was $19,600 a boy which touced off a pre-season
series rules of law Lt. Gill
to ing his campaign. ,
me in demanding that this in- have special permission ea I
year.Williams of Harlem riots.The is not criminally liable for
vestigation be reopened and I told the Senate that meat on Fridays.J. Kelly, a Republican, countered gan :
Manhattan grand jury the killing of Powell.
young
that Democratic forces in HEATERS
pursued to its ultimate and regardless -Matthew H. McCloskey Jr.,
of who be in- Philadelphia' contractor and Dan Brock, vice presidentin the county wanted him removed, had investigated at length the The shooting had brought

volved Williams may said. Democratic fund-raiser, madean charge of traffic and sales, for political reasons. slaying of James Powell, 15, bye widespread demands from civil ,
,
choice full extra $35,000 "Payoff'on said.the air line received wordof During the Senate trial, th Lt. Thomas Gilligan on a street rights groups for suspension of :
lies between
"The
the bond for the special dispensation from charges were thrown out. near a school building in July. Gilligan from the police depart
performance construction -
disclosure or political white- Carroll..
Bishop Coleman F. It concluded its CLEANED
The created study without: ment.RESTAURANT .
wash, and the United States of the District of Columbia publicity by thy: I

Senate and the Johnson adminIN Stadium.Of A spokesman for Bishop Car, impeachment and the 12 I I

this amount, he said, $10- roll's office said the dispensation -trial spurred judges and legislators :

,THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN XX) was a payment to Reynolds applies "to that air line only into seeking other means ] FEATURE 1 Call now before the first ONLY :
cold avoid .
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTYIN ind,$25,000 represented "an iI. since it requested it" and not to I of disciplining and removing snap to fighting
CHANCERY WEDNESDAY heater when the
balky '
MARIE STANFORD legal method of making a poli- all airlines in general.At judges. a
Plaintiff, As result the Florida Bar temperature tumbles and :
tical contribution and of charg- a ,
-vs- least two other airlines SOUTHERN servicemen are swamped .
ROBERT MICHAEL STANFORD, ing it to the'cost of a government I''set up a special committeecomprising $525
with calls.
Defendant.NOTICE TO DEFENDTO contract. American and Trans World,, judges, lawyers and< emergency =

: Robert Michael Stanford have received similar dispensations -legislators to provide revisions CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE
Whose Residence and Post The senator said that accordng -
Office Address is Unknown to statement he lad from the Vatican. in the Florida Constitution and FRIED CHICKEN
a revived -
You are hereby notified that Marie the dis, HEATER CLEANED Plus 3% Sales Tax
Brock had requested law for retirement
Stanford has filed her sworn ComplaintIn :: from Reynolds, the discipline, a
the Circuit: Court of Alachua: County pensation "to cover the occas, removal and selection of judges SERVED: WITH 2 VEGETABLES.: HOT ROLLS IUTTER
Florida against you seeking a Fine !25,000 was turned over to Bob- Stock Good
Decree: of Divorce.: I ional times when insufficient NOTICE OF INTENTION 10 Large
Baker "to be used
You are further notified that the return jy as a contribution becauseof ,. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ALL YOU $20 And
day of this' Notice to Defend is to the JohnsonKennedy -fish meals are provided Pursuant to Chapter 154.W. FLORIDA' .tiIe I USED HEATERS
Sept. 22. 1964 and you shall on said last minute passenger book STATUTES. 1959 notice is hereby give, Up
fund of
1950.
date serve a copy: of your defense i! campaign that Joseph Silverman doing business'a s
any upon Lowry and Andrews. Attorneys Williams said that "in theIN ings and only meat meals are. Young American Shop intends to register SPECIAL PRICES NOW ON NEW HEATERS
for the Plaintiff whose address Is available from the caterer." with the Clerk of the Circuit Court 01 f CAN i : EAT
P. O. Box 390 Gainesville. Florida and Alachau County said fictitious: trad e .
Immediately thereafter file the original of THE COURT OF THE COUNTY name under the provisions of the aforraid Central Oil Furnaces . $7.50'
same in the office: of the Clerk of the JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA statute. Served from 4 p.m. to 8 Heating
p.m.
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Circuit: Court of the above styled Court; IN PROBATE.In DATED this 10th day of August A.D _
otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will re: Estate of the income.. 1964. CALL FR 29561C.
be entered against you LAURA ANN SNOWDEN HAWKINS. Thanks partly to BY: JAMES STUART WERSHOW, LIGGETT' DRUG STORES i
WITNESS one of the Honorable Circuit Deceased.To : tax cut the number of peOplE Attorney
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Judges of the Eighth Judicial Circuit: of All Creditors and Persons Having 18 N. W. First Street B. BOHANNON, JR.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, Judge of Alachua County. Florida. 'I
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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS No contact work had been Auburn's Tigers also workedin to be done in the next three

The Mississippi football camp held and the entire squad was shorts in the morning and weeks as the Bulldogs face Alabama '

n was' thrown into shock and in shorts. The players all under- switched to pads in the after at Tuscaloosa on Sept. j

P. K. Yonge still is basking in the glow of last year's s. r. ;. gloom by the sudden death of went medical examinations noon. Coach Ralph Jordan was 19.Alabama

I football success. After those so many lean years, the Blue ; 19-year-old halfback Richard W. Monday and Ellzey passed with generally pleased with the physical was plagued by tem-

Wavers deserve a little basking, if anyone does. (Rickey) Ellzey, who collapsedand ease. condition of the squad. peratures which at one time

j Last night the PKY Sports Club, doing on a small scale died a' few minutes after Indefinite Plans Light Workout reached 96 degrees and the

what the big QB Club does for the Gators each year via the start of the first fall prac- Artificial Georgia ran through two light players were somewhat wilted .

t a welcome barbecue, had a hamburger fry at the school. tice session. ministered respiration was ad- workouts which coach Vince by the heat. However, coach

Tom Dobson club The Meridian Miss., player, and Ellzey was Dooley termed satisfactory. Paul Bryant said it was a fairly
; ,
t prexy (with his entire sense of humor rushed to a hospital but to no '
1 ever-present), emceed the affair. By actual count, the PKY ; called one of the best halfback avail. Today's practice plans Dooley said a lot of work had worthwhile day. [

'J gridders waded through 261 and V hamburgers. That's pretty : .I,' .. prospects ever to enroll at Ole were indefinite.

good for a small squad of just 19 varsity players. Small in '". -. .4' Miss., had been on the field Elsewhere in the

numbers but big in appetite. Soda pop flowed like water at '. f' ,; ;. .... about five minutes Tuesday, Southeastern j
Conference football teams
a Sahara desert 'convention. Thirstily. Parents of players, catching punts. The cause of down to the, business of limber-got

younger' brothers and sisters, cheerleaders, school officials death was not immediatelyknown.
ing after
up summer layoffs.
and interested spectators also took part.. .
11 l l II.IMI.-IF IMI.I I I.III II I Ml Mi a jroKpa yB T
Most
teams
were holding two-a
We'll forgive Dobson for the slip of tonue in the introduc- BEEFY TACKLE DENNIS MURPHY "This' is a terrible tragedy," day practices.

tion of the Mrs. when he called her a "new" but. followed I Standout on Gator Defensive UnitEXPERIENCE said coach John Vaught. Coach Charles McClendon of

/ ?''up in a hurry with "only" wife. Louisiana State singled out five

The affair was to the point. Dobson predicted a winning lettermen and one sophomorefor

football season again as well as basketball, baseball and ABOUNDSON praise, t saying all gave 100

track. Athletic director Bill! McGill predicted a winning football per cent effort Tackle CharlesSimmons

: gvaTds' RPmi '?ron.: Yfsbnesdny,5rpamber2)9b4Allen

c Domme and John Aaron, backs

DEFENSIVE TEAMEditor's Donald Schwab and Joe La-

,bruno and sophomore end Billie -

Masters drew praise.

; ( note: This is the positions, youngsters will have! Hal Seymour, punting specialist I Callison
second of two stories on the trouble breaking in. Some who i as 'a sophomore last fall, has O'Boyle Pleased

Lii makeup of the University of may make it include ends 'Chip: developed well as a safety man. Tulane coach Tommy O'Boylewas ,
11
Florida football team. This Hoye of Jacksonville Beach and Yet he probably won't see much pleased with his team'sworkouts

one is concerned with de- Neal Sneed of Fort Lauderdale, action there. saying the Greenies :

fense.) guard Jerry Anderson of North "He's awfully valuable as a made a good start toward pre- Boost.Mauch's.

Miami, back George Grandy of kicker," Ellenson said. "Whenhe paring for their opener with na-

.1. season. New PKY principal Charles Henderson predicted By F. T. MACFEELYThe Jacksonville Beach and center lines up to play, all the tional champion Texas on Sept.

a winning football season. Coach Mike Gutierrez predicted first love of any college Bob McCullough of Mount Dora. coaches get shaky." I 19. Sixty-nine gridders showedup
I that folks who said PKY never has to worry about "pres- football coach is experience, and for practice. Award Chances

sure" since, it never beat anybody, would be the ones who the University of Florida's de- Three Tennessee players I II

might be tempted to apply the same following last year's fensive platoon has it this fall flunked their agility tests and J'

J 7-1-2 record and the "great expectations" for 1964. "We feel pretty good aboutit Secret PracticeRuined were assigned to limited duty I By HAL BOCK ,

A Semblance of Order ," observed Gene Ellenson, by coach Doug Dickey. End Al Associated Press' Sports Writer
chief of the defense under Coach Tanara, center Mike Reynoldsand Richie Allen doesn't care
fullback Lee Mace all are about being the NationalLeague's M
Ray Graves. "These much
in enrollment school such PKY are Winds
controlled
Actually, a as
from knee
the same players who carriedus by recovering opera- top rookie and Johnny
is with the emphasis definitely on the downgrade for par-
;
to ninth in the nation on tions and Dickey said' a doctor Callison wonders whether, he's
thousand other
ticipant athletics in favor of participant one noted their knees
weren't
defense last re- worthy of being the Most Valua-
items in education, culture and recreation, it is a tribute year. Florida's first secret practice for the punting of sophomore covered enough for fullspeedwork. ble Player. But together, they

.i to the Wave coaches that some semblance of football order Top Guard of the season turned out to be signal caller Steve Spurrier, may make Gene Mauch Manager .f

prevails each year. Seniors Dennis Murphy of anything but yesterday. the running of sophomore wingback Coach Paul Davis of Missis- of the Year.

Even a small school like Trenton, with probably less than Cairo, Ga.; Roger Pettee of Workmen erecting 'a canvas Don Knapp, shifted from sippi State had his squad Mauch's reluctant dragons

one-third the overall enrollment, grades 1-12, has more can- Bradenton; Bill Richbourg of fence to shield the players corner linebacker; Alan Poe, dressed in full pads for the lifted the Phillies to a 4-3 victory
J didates for the football than PKY. Pensacola and Mac- from onlookers half junior back from Dick
varsity squad Sydney got only Tampa; afternoon session after working over the Houston Colts Tues-

The Wave could beef up its varsity by placing sophomoretalent Lean of Jacksonville are the the protection up yesterd a y. Kirk, corner linebacker from them in shorts in the morning.He day night.keeping Philadelphia

on the squad. But that's rushing it too fast for the anchor men of the line, having And then a strong afternoon Fort Lauderdale. said most of the team was 5V4 games in front of Cincinnati b'i

inexperienced 10th graders. lettered two years straight. wind blew part of that down. Players missing yesterday'sdrill in excellent shape with only which nipped Chicago 2-1 behind

McGill noted PKY would field a junior varisity team which Murphy at 252 pounds and However, the canvas will be included tackles Sydney three or four overweight Jim Maloney's 13 strikeouts.Hal ;

will play a six-game schedule this season. The Wave also MacLean at 224 are tackles of up completely today. MacLean, sprained ankle:; Green Beaming (Skinny) Brown and Jim '' <

will outfit a junior high club ((7th, 8th, 9th graders) and size and proven skill. Ellenson Meanwhile, the aft e r n'o 0 n tackle John Whatley, still re- Coach Jack Green of Vanderbilt Bunning were locked in a score- i

I, play a schedule. Overall, some 60 youths will take part rates Murphy a top prospectfor downpour seemed to give the : cuperating from knee surgery:; was beaming after Tues- less pitcher's duel through six '. ,,. ,

1 in the three-pronged PKY program. professional football in an- Gators a mental and physicallift and center Roger Pettee, recov- day's practices saying the onlybad innings with Brown working on A ;

Club other year. after a day and a half of ering from a bronchial infec- news he could report was RICHIE ALLEN
of the a
Mac Johnson, vice president Sports got a two-hitter. Callison led off the,
"I don't think there is guardin sluggish performances.Coach that tackle Joe Graham would I Comes Through
cheer when he said the group certainly is not a pressure a tion.Graves seventh and tagged a one-strike
I organization such as some quarterback units turn. out to the conference better than Ray Graves termed the is aiming the Gators: be lost for a few days. Grahamwas pitch for his 24th homer. Be- "Rookie of the Year doesn't

in that has Richbourg," Ellenson said. morning workout yesterday as for Saturday's scrimmage at forced to retire because oi,! "
Club is fund-raising helped
be. The Sports a group fore the inning was over, Wes mean thing, says Allen. "Let
secure band uniforms, provide transportation for trips and Pettee rates with the best, another poor one but said the Florida Field. Overalll, the UI a back injury. Covington and Frank Thomas them put a $1000 up for it and it

is ready. to help the PKY athletic department when the too, as centerlinebacker.Left afternoon drill was good. coach feels progress is on sche- Kentucky coach Charlie Brad' also had homered and, with would be worthwhile." The

I latter is in need. guard-linebacker Larry Pass Offense dule. Defense against passing g shaw, sent his squad through a. Bunning breezing, the 3-0 lead rookie star also has been men-
been factor this workout. The Wildcats,
has a big plus : night
I', Beckman of Miami and ends Pass offense got attention yesterday looked safe.When tioned for' MVP honors but
i
week much commen- will play three night this
The HogCallersThe Barry Brown of Ann Arbor, ; as Graves let his quar- drawing games Allen whacked a Dick scoffs at that thought too.
dation. season at Stoll Field.
of Mich., and Lynn Mathews of terbacks get used to passing Farrell pitch to the 447-foot signin "If they do things right," he
cookout under the shelter
drove the PKY
rainfall Tampa are all juniors. with let wet and foot deep center and raced around
with slippery
the cafeteria. And the cool night air a says, "they'll give that one to
the area adjoining from PRY grid- ters.Three National L BoxesLOS the bases for an inside-the-park. Johnny Callison. He deserves it
by rousing yells ball.The
continually was punctured seasoned defensive <
ague : \
Gator coach had priase homer in the eighth, it merely He's had more clutch hits than
ders. backs senior Ken Russell ol
looked like window dressing. "
in the
league.
As Gutierrez explained it, there'Is need for something to Midland, Pa., and juniors Bruce Night Came ANGELES PITTSBURGHab anyone
Ran Trouble
MILWAUKEE ST.. LOUIS r h M Bailey 3b 412 3 I Into
lift the squad when it is down. So the technique of three Bennett of Valdosta, Ga., and Stan Musial abrhbi abrhb Wills ss 4120 Virdon cf 4011: But Bunning into trouble Broke SpellIt
t ran
Griffith rf 4020 Clemente rf 4 0 0 I
Carty If 3010 Flood cf 4011
"Sooeys" developed. Don't be startled when you hear a group Allen Trammell of Eufaula, Mathews 3b 3101 Brock If 4000 W.Davis cf 4 1 21 Lynch If 3001: in the ninth. Nellie Fox and Al was Callison, who hasn't

of PKY youths break out at anytime in a "One .two Ala., are slated to start the Torre Aaron c rf 4121 4110 Groat Boyer ss 3b 422 31 1 I:0 2 Roseboro Fairly Ib c 4011 4000 Stargell Mota If Ib 4111 1 0 0 C Spangler singled and two outs been too happy with his contribution -

three, SOOEY for no reason at all. opening game here Sept. 19 Collapses Oliver Ib 4021 White Ib 400 I Parker If 4000 Mazer-ski 2b31 1 C I to the Phillies' pennant
later Joe Gaines clubbed a'
1 1 1
3
Menke ss 4000 Javier 2b 4121 0 Gilliam 3b 2000 Paglia'onl c : ,
Don't be surprised, either, if PKY breaks out with some against Southern Methodist.Will Alou cf 4010 Shannon rf 2001 aWoodw'd Oliver 2b 3000 Schofield is 1101 three-run homer, narrowing the express, who broke the spell
2001(I
I GameST. 2b 2000 Warwick rf 1000< Ortega p 2000 Friend p
more football victories this fall. There's.spirit. and willingness Miss During Maye ph 1000 Uecker c 312 :2 Moon pit 1000Tot.11 lead to 4-3. But the Perfect against Brown Tuesday night.
32 2 7 2 Totals 32545 i
if nothing else. Some great battles of the past have Jerry Newcomer of Miami, LOUIS (AP) Former Lemaster Bolting 2b p 41 0000 2 0 Taylor Sadeckl p p 2001 1000 I Los Angeles ............. 101 000 000-\ Game hero bore down getting "It's about time I started doing

been won with fewer than 19 healthy hands to do the job. senior letterman, will miss that baseball star Stan Musial of the Totals out when 33 4 winning'S Totals run scored.32 S tOne 4 Pittsburgh ......... ... 002 000 MX-',I Carroll Hardy to end it. something," he said recently.His .
E-None. OP-Pittsburgh 1. LOB-Los homer started the Phillies'
a one and possibly one more St. Louis Cardinals, now an exe- Milwaukee .............. 004 000 000- I Angeles 4. Pittsburgh 3. Elsewhere in the NL, St.
game because of an appendectomy cutive in the 'organization, collapsed St. Louis .................. 002 101 101-5 I 2B W. Davis Bailey, Virdon. Fag: Louis moved into third place I II three-run surge.Covington's .
.. liaronl Griffith. HR-Stargell (It) S B-
Chiefland Site in late summer. Tuesday night at Busch Louis E-Javier.3. LOB Groat.-Milwaukee DP-Milwaukee 5, St. Louis 1, SI S.. Wills. W. Davis. S-IP Friend.H R ER II seI I with a 5-4 victory over Milwauk.j 13th homer followed -

One position remains without Stadium during the St. Louis- 28-Boyer., Javier. HR-Boyer (II)'I Ortega. L, '-7 .... 6 1-' 5 5 5 1 6 ee ?- ''w York Callison's shot and one
Uecker (1) SB-Alou. R. Miller ..... 2-3 1 1 I
experience on the first defensiveunit. Milwaukee game. IP H R ERBBS I Perranoskl .::.: 1 0 : : 1I 1I 1: Giar' fourth 21. Pittsburgh out later, Thomas added his No.

It is a key spot-roving Musial, 43, was rushed to Sadeckl Lemaster L...13-10......01-30 2-35 5 4 5 3 3 31 I I Friend T-2:17.W,A-4.610.11-15 f 7 2 2 1 5 i dropped Los Angeles 52. II IIi 8. Allen's homer was his 25th.

ii Of Playoff Tilt linebacker or, as Ellenson calls Jewish Hospital where Dr. I. C. Taylor-Lemaster.W, t-3 ....Balk-Taylor.62-3' 0 0 T-2:25 0 J JWP 5,

the man who holds it, "mon- Middleman said he was suffer-. A-8,077

ster" since he uses the monster ing from "viral entiritis," almost Night Came

L JASPER Chiefland offer- Jasper Greenville and Jenn- defense. complete physical exhaus- CHICAGO fcrbM CINCINNATI abrfct I GHS Practice

ed its football field as the ings.It Sophomores Graham McKeel Stewart 2b 3110 Ruts 2b 3 ole I
new tion.Middleman Burton cf 4010 Queen rf 400 C I
site of the Suwannee Confer- is speculated the new alignment of Lakeland and Steve Heidt of the Cardinal Williams H 4011 Pinson cf 411 I
in the Suwannee will pul l Albany, Ga., and senior Bud team physician and Musial'j Santo 3b 4000 Robinson If 211
ence football playoff game tI Banks Ib 3000 Johnson Ib 300 I'L One of Finest
and the loop accepted to high- the Dixie Co. Bears of Cros>> Williams of Tallahassee are bat- personal physician as well, sale Gabflson rt 3 0 0 0 Pavletich e 2. 0 I
unable to Roznovsky c 3 0 0 0 Cardenas ss 3 0 2 1 g 1
light the first meeting of the City, Chiefland, Lake Butler, tling for it. Williams, the former star was "com- Campbell 2b 3000 Boros 3b 3001,
for this school Trenton and Newberry in the break into the lineup as a quarterback pletely dehydrated by the time Broglio p 2000 Maloney. 3 ODe 0
conference year. Burke ph 1000
The winners of the North and south half while Jennings. Bran. the past two seasons, isd he reached the hospital and was Totals 301 31 Totals 212 S 1 I Gainesville Hi g h Schoo "We're trying to spot our per-
Greenville n I making a strong bid. at times irrational. Chicago -.. ooo IM eoo-1 I bounced back for one of its fin"x1 sonnel in the best 'positions,"
South Divisions, to be determined ford, Mayo, a Cincinnatl ..._..__....... IM 1(4 t cJIl&ILLIQUORS
by the Dickinson system Jasper from the North half. With all the experience at 10 "We are giving him Intravenous est drills of the fall yesterday, Roberts said. We're looking for
Williams 2. DP
-Chicago 1. LOB-
..., I Coach Jim Niblack said. best lineup and shifting boys
will take part in the playoff feeding, trying to get some Chicago 3 Cincinnati 4. our
? fluid back into his system and 2B-Stewart. SB-IP Ruiz.H R ERBBSCBroglio I "I think that's one of the around."

game. get him back in balance." L. 7-11 .. 7 5 2 1 3 3 trademarks of a potentially good
Roberts said Frank is
McDaniel ...'.. 1 0 0 e 1 I I Taylor
Last year there was no play Asked if Musial's conditionwas Maloney w. 129 3 1 1 1 1 i:I football team," the 'c a n es fullback and
and North Marion WP-Broglio. T-2:03. A-7.923. playing rightguard.
off contest serious, Middleman re- coach said. "We followed a
"When we settle Taylor, 114 S. Main St.
winner in the South, was term- plied: Night Came practice with a good one.
poor
HOUSTON we'll know what
PHILADELPHIA sophomoreback Phone 372-6951
ed loop king. Several of the ,, "No, I don't think so. His abrhbi abrklKasko Niblack said goal line offense
the North did not playa NATIONAL LEAGUEW ss 4000 Gonzalez cf 4001 t Mack Crawford, a 175-
clubs in
AMERICAN LEAGUEW blood is all right and and defense attention and t9
L Pd. G.B. pressure Fox 2b 3120 Allen 3b 311 got "
L Pet. C.B pounder, is going to do Rob-
schedule of league 19 51 .6Ct he is rational Spangler If 4020 Callison rf 41 2 1 ,
full gamesso Baltimore 79 53 .ss$ hiladetphia 74 57 .565 SVt now. Bond 16 3100 Covington If 31 1 :1 the 'Cane backs sparkled on erts said. Prices Good Thru Sdt.
no North winner was recog- Chicago 00 55 .593 2 15 Cincinnati St. Louis 72 59 .560 TV* Dr. Middleman said Musial j Aspro'nte 3b 3. 0 0 Herrnsfn H 1 01 I goal line offense. Eugene
New York 76 54 .sas GAines rf 4123 0 t
DAlrymple 4.0
n6O .5* 7Ya c
nized. Detroit 71 6S J22 10 San Pittsburgh Francisco 67 64 .511 12V4 "would be hospitalized for at Hardy cf 4010 Thomas Ib 311 Branch and Brian Hipp were Praised Linemen

The football playoff contest is Minnesota Los Angeles 67 61 4 66* ..534.,* 13'12V.y Milwaukee 64 43 65 47 .45.564 14 13Vi least several days." Grote Brown c p 3010 2000 Amaro Taylor 2b SS 301 301 t. standouts. On defense, Jerry
Los Angeles The Reb
67 4 4 13V I coach praised Jim
Cleveland 66 60 71 .451 19YJ Roberts ph 1000 Bunning p 200 I
set for the Wednesday night Chicago Grier Dale Turlington and
Boston 60 74 M> 20 President's Totals 31 303 Tetals 3141 ,
57 76 .429 23'yy Forrester 210 senior
Houston pound
before Thanksgiving.The Washington 53 02 .393 Sly I New York 4316 344 34tt Houston ., .............. 101 101103-> Steve Tinney drew plaudits. Time Is Money
30Yesterday's
Kansas City Results.9 04 .361 ness Program and friends said Philadelphia .. ........ 000 SOS 3lx-'' > guard; Charles Smith, 165- SAVE
1965 Suwannee bas- Yesterday's ResultsPhil.1del Looking ahead, Niblack said a
Cleveland 3. Washington 0 tlia 4, Houston 3 he had been on the go constantly E-None.. Philadelphia 3. LOB pound sophomore guard; tackles
ketball tourney was awardedto Minnesota 2. Baltimore t. 2 Houston 4 Philadelphia 4. 'game type scrimmage would TIME HERE
5 .Los Angeles and Charles
Pittsburgh Trigger Hodge
It will be I, Detroit 0. Chicago 0 for months. HR-Gaines (6). Callison (24) C"ta Harris Field
Cross City. played Boston 3. Kansas City 2 New York San Francisco 1 1 ton (13). Thomas (1)). Allen (25) : be held at at 7:30 King, both 200 pounders. OPENS
Cincinnati Z. Chicago
New York 4. Los Angeles 1 Callison. -Bunning. Aspromont A also
mid-February. Friday night. scrimmage '
in Todays Games St. Louis 5. Milwaukee 4Today's Tate Pleased IP H R ER IB f >> "If we get settled from tac- ..11I. t. 10 p.m.
15-11 at Los AngeK s Brown L. 21413 5 3 3 1 Di: is due this afternoon on defense.
North Marion and Williston I New York Bouton
Chance 154. night Games Jones .. ... .. .. 2-3' I I 1 kle to tackle," Roberts said, Mon. thru Thun.
are in their last year in the Boston Pena Monbouquette 1113. night Ml at KAnsa s San Stallard Francisco,,'e. night Perry t-f at New York With Progress Farrell Bunning. .W.....15-4.....1 f 3 0 1 3 1 3 1 1 I 0 Annual Barbecue "Well get the rest of our lineup 8 ...... to 11 p.m.

Suwannee circuit. North Marion Baltimore City: Pappas 12-5 at Minnesota Stls!I- Milwaukee 12-10.Fischer night 104 at St. Louis Gibson MIAMI (AP)-Miami football]l HBP-By Sunning. Bond. WP-BunningT The GHS Quarterback Club in order. We'll be in good Fri. and Sat.
while man 130 night -2OU A-13J04.Nigttt will give its annual barbecue for
has grown too large .. Houston Nott bart t4 or Farrell 117at
Cleveland Strange 4-12 at Washington R u coach Charlie Tate says he k I shape after that"Roberts
Philadelphia Short 14-7. night
wanted to 12. Cam the 'Cane gridders on Saturday
Williston participatein Ooloh nightTamernw'S Gibbon ,
Los Reed at
Angeles 1-3 Pittsburgh
with his squad's SAN FRANCISCO NEW YORK
pleased prog *
a loop with less travel necessary Games f.6. night alt r II ... abrklMJkloil I Sept 12. said he planned a defensive
New York at Los Angeles
Chicago Buhl 12-11 at Cincinnati O'Tooleiii. ress after two days of practice 412
If 4010 Klaus 3b and
scrimmage today an
at Kansas City. N
Boston .
night At P. K. Yonge Coach Mike
Lanier 2b 4110 Hunt 2b 311 ,
Baltimore at Minnesota So far he has been trying tc
New League Only games scheduled Tomorrows Games Mays cf 3 01 ChrUtop'r rf 41 2 : Gutierrez said the Wave had a offensive scrimmage Friday. I KENTUCKY
get the players in top physical L Hart 3b 1111 Hickman cf 311 I
The CoIlS and Red Devils FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEwLPd.C San Francisco at New York Cepeda Ib 101 l Smith If 300 1 short drill trimmed by a hamburger First Taste I GENTLEMAN
.B. Milwaukee at SL Louis. N condition. There has been littlecontact JJUou rf 4 11 Canzaro c 402 a
will join Crystal River, Dun-, St. Petersburg 30 27 JU Chicago Houston at Cincinnati Philadelphia.N N work. Tate said the firsJ Pagan ss 3121 3010 McMillan Kranep Ib 1S'111 4111 t I cookout for the squad by At Lincoln, Coach Jesse 86 Proof-

nellon, ,Inverness and Bushnell Tampa Orlando '37 37 21.56t 20 J6 1 1 Only games scheduled. scrimmage would probably beheld CrandaO HendJey c p 1000 Jackson p 211 I e the PKY Sports Club. Heard welcomed his Terriers to 6-Yr.-Old Bourbon

in a new league in 1965. Name Ft. Lauderdale 34 32 51$ l45 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Saturday.Tate Totals Davenp't ph 31161 1 111 Thais 31 4 10SM 1 "We worked on fundamentals, their first taste of contact $99 .

of the six-team setup will be Miami Sarasota 32 20 34 35 Mi.444 d t 45 Jacksonville W.4 L 51 Pd..592 G.B. has been shuffling his 5C< Froftcisco .............11111111-1 tried to get in as much contact work. "They hit as though they 5th..-.
Lakeland 27 37 .422 \9.' New York ......-..--..-. 100 000 30s-' said.
later date., Syracuse 03 51 Jn M Heard
announced at a players around trying to fine d I as we could. I ,thought we had might be hungry, SEAGRAM'S7CROWN
Daytona Beach 25 37.AQ3 W Rochester 75 45 .534 I E Mays. DP-San Francisco 2, Ne "
This would leave the Suwan-, Yesterday's Results Buffalo 72 63 J-a 014: the best talent for each job,. York 1. LOB-San Francisco 4. New Yon a real good workout," Gutierrez "They did real wefl.
Fort Lauderdale X Orlando 1 Toronto 73 44 .52 1 Vi
nee with 10 teams instead o!f r Miami 7-5 Daytona Bead 04 Columbus 41 M .433 22VS t Tuesday, for instance thre 7.2B-Christopher. HR-Munt ,(6). S -. said. Heard plans to stress individual $099
Lakeland 4, Sarasota 3 Richmond 60 II .47 ZJVi hendley. At Santa Fe Coach Charlie contact work each day stepping -
12. Other Suwannee members, Tampa I, SL Petersburg 3 Atlanta 51 0.367 31MYesterdays : men worked the first tean:1 IP H R ER B. sS:>> ,, 0 5th
currently are Chiefland, Cross: Today's Games Results quarterback spot Bob Biletni_ Hendley. t.1a11.21.3 14 4 3 6 Roberts said his Rebles are up the .tempo. "We seem
Daytona Beach .t Miami Buffalo 2. Rochester .. 11 Innings Pregenzer .. ... 231 1 I 1
City, Lake Butler N e wber. Orlando at Fort Lauderdale Toronto 4. Syracuse 3 koff, Rick Swan and Fred Ber. Murakami ... 1 1 1 1 5 ; coming /long, about on schedule. to be in good shape" the Ter
Lakeland ot SarasotaSt. Richmond .... Columbus 14. Jackson. W. Fri .. t 6 1 .1 1 2 riers' coach noted.
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ONe OPTUg MAJOR DEMANDS Associated Press Sports WriterIt I.a.. Don McMahon combined on Ray Herbert in the second tory with a six-hitter, allowingthe hitless ball the rest of the way.

OF CONG>''Sl" :Nl" G'OtIG'" > I Tt MA/N.-/ was a Punch and Judy showin > r x a six-hit shutout as Cleveland !inning and Jerry Lumpe's two- Angels only run in the sev- Nelson Mathews' two-rua 1
TAIN A CONS to N1 /
P/E&su R e ON the American League. blanked Washington 3-0 and
"'n4 -THROUGHOUT THE6WING Harmon Killebrew played 1 Boston edged Kansas City .run, inside-the-park job in the enth on singles by Lou Clinton, homer gave the A's a 2-0 lead in
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AFt1R 11--fE fifth inning.
Tom Satriano
6 ALL I 6"t' UCK.dt ... Punch. The Chicago White Sox 3-2 on a homer by Lee Thomas. and Bobby Knoop. the first but Red Sox pitcher '

played Judy.Killebrew Killebrew's homers wiped outa I Lumpe's low liner went for a The Indians got the only run Jack Lamabe singled a run I

gave American 1-0 Baltimore lead built in the homer when Floyd Robinson fell they needed for their 10th victory home in the second and Carl

League leading Baltimore the first inning on an error, a wild heavily tothe.. ground while at- in the last 11 games when Vic Yastrzemski's run-producing

old one-two Monday night, hammering pitch and Brooks Robinson'sdouble. tempting a diving catch. Robinson Davalillo smacked a leadoff I single tied it in the fourth.
landed on his head and suf- homer in the fifth off Thomas' homer in the seventh
his 43rd and 44th ''homers Robinson's double was inning
wr for both Minnesota runs in a the only hit allowed by Twins'starter fered a temporary paralysis of Frank Kreutzer. McMahoncame snapped the tie and Dick Radatz
the but indications '
the Orioles. Jim Kaat, 15-7, until the arms, were on when McDowell fal-came on to protect the lead.
2-1 victory over that he would be back. in the
eighth when John Orsino
The White Sox, meanwhile singled line-up I .
I. and Bob Johnson doubled. tonight. BAKERIES

........ swung like girls against Mickey The Yankees broke a score- .
Lolich, who played ring-a-round Snuffed Out less tie in the sixth by battering (Many Other Businesses TealYoWH

1 a-rosie with the punchless Chi When Kaat went to a two-ball, George Brunei for five hits. Sin- %, plans we savI.mone have for sit yours the special and ether package seeciftee Insurance businesses.

cagoans, pitching six hitless in no-strike count on Jackie gles by Pedro Gonzalez, Mickey s' ,,., your present. Your premium policies tale is discounted a single when package we. group plan.

nings before winding up with a Brandt, Al Worthington came on Mantle and Elston Howard produced Call tomorrow and start saving now -

.-- 1 three-hit, 8-0 victory. _.J in relief and snuffed out the Ori- the first run. Hec Lopez Kirkpatrick & Edmonson

I And when the show was over,- oles' threat. He got Brandt to brought in the second with a Insurance Inc.
MICKEY LOLICH ,
the Orioles still held their one- pop straight up to the catcher, sacrifice fly before Boyer
half game lead over the White Going Strong; then bore down and struck out wrapped it up. 31 N. MAIN ST. PH. 372.8438

Sox. ers came off Steve Barber. Luis Aparicio.
Lolich had an easier task. Before
5c I Rapped Barber At the same time, Lolich had the White Sox had collected OPEN 8:30 A.M. TO 9 P.M. MON. THROUGH FRI., SEPT.,4th

Killebrew who hadn't hit a the White Sox dangling. Bring- their first hit, he had a 5-0 lead

A1.JO\VIJ.& l1E.NAUN1L006EN > homer in 14 games, tied the ing his record to 14.7 with his i : ') :
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OUST, APTgf IMPACT score 1-1 in the fourth when he fifth straight victory, the 23- u" :.. .( -
MAY NOT RESULT IN U SS OF
year-old left-hander did not allow -
smashed drive 415 feet overthe
ct.tJeJ..4 AP 4&PEgC7. 6U1" IT a
11 WIUU CAU&E:. A J..05& of GIRMNE55: / left field fence. Then, in the a hit until Al Weis SPORTSMAN

1 AND,-- CONTKOU__ -rJ..tf SHOT.l sixth, Killebrew applied the grounded a single to left lead. : 1.. \: .
I ing off the seventh. *
knockout blow, a 405-foot shot PIGEST/
The only other hits off Lolich .d s IJ'
the fence. Both hom-
l .... over same h..r Lp.4a Prices and
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were singles by Camiol Carreon MARK A HOTSPOTTO .

SUWANNEE CONFERENCES in the the ninth.eighth and Pete Ward in FIND IT AGAIN S. Girls Phys. Ed. Clothes. Approved and


The losses by the leaders ena- Required forGAINESVILLE .

bled the third-place New York t. .

Loss of Six Starters 'Yankees to climb within two '. HIGH SCHOOL

games of the top. The defending 't' "
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champions whipped Los Angeles '" H h't. ; : P. K..YONGE .

4-1, despite the presence of the BUCHHOLZ JR. HIGH u' ..

Dixie Angels' $200,000 bonus baby, ., ". >,. ,.
Cripples County Rick Reichardt, in the lineup. A HOT SPOT FOR 1f:;: t'. '*.' WESTWOODJR. HIGH .

Reichardt, making his major FISHING MAy BC ONLY A

.. ,- league debut in center field, FEW FUr IN DIAMETER, HOWARD.BISHOP. JR. HIGH \

By DON DAVIS thought we looked real good. rain in the middle of the drill. struck out, fouled out twice and AND UMTTS FTSH1N&WILL BE.BEYOND POOR ITS IN

Sun Football) Assistant We're not polished but we hit Hurse said Starke's offenseis lined out in four trips and was COMPARISON. IN LAKES IT
Girls'
Loss of six starting playershas well," Miller said. sharper than the defense at unable to flag down Clete Boy- IS TIME CONSUMING TO RETURN Boys

clouded the picture of Dixie The Red Devils' coach had this stage. "We plan to divideour er's long drive that went for a TO THE EXACT SPOTi
SO LEAVE A SMALL TREE-
County High School's Bears praise for guard Hallie Priest, time equally on offense and I two-run triple and capped the LIMB,OR OTHER MARKER Lettered Gym Suits Gym Suits

for this football season, Coach end Bruce Mitchell on defense defense although we'll try to>> Yankees' decisive four-run sixth FLOATING BUT ANCHORED Lettered Sweat Shirts Shorts

Al Parris said yesterday."We and linebacker Robert Head. get our defense- a bit improved. inning uprising. SO IT CANT DRIFT AWAY.DON'T Shirts
( USE A FISHING
Sweat Pants
only expected to replace .
Starke coach David Hurse ex- BOBBER TO ADVERTISE Shoes
I two men last spring" he said. pressed pleasure with yester Halfback Eddie Noegel spar- YOUR SECRET SPOT.) Shoes Socks

I In addition to the six all of day's workout by the' Torna- kled on both offense and de- Socks
whom have transferred to oth- .. Lettered Sweat Shirts
does. fense and was the top playerin .

er schools, Parris said veteran "It's the best we've looked," the drill, Hurse said. Other SINKER ti Supporters tr Sweat Pants

quarterback Louis Overstreetwill he said. "We looked good on standouts included back Lar- ,

be out of commission un- offense and defense. We hada ry Crawford, tackle Jeff War- .Night Gam Names Available for Girl'sGym
NEW YORK LOS ANGELES TV DriverOAK
til the middle of the seasonas cool practice day with a good ren and end Eddie Douglas. Llnz ss 5000 abrhbi Suits Shirts and Shorts

the result of a knee opera- Tresh Gonzalez If-cl?b 3010 4 1 1 0 Power Plersall 3b If 4010 4000 PARK, Ill. (AP) De- ,

Mantle cl 4110 Fregosl 's 3000 lores Julian, 21, was fined $55
tion.Robert Marls rl 0000 Adcock Ib 4000 Combination Key Locks
Ousler has been .
Howard c 4111 Clinton rf 4110 Tuesday for watching a televi-
.moved from guard to the quarterback INJURIES HIT Lopez Pepltone rf-If Ib 4110 3011 Satriano Reichardt c cf 4 4020 0 0 0 sion program in her car. And Utility Bags In Your School Colors

position and "is adjust. Beyer 3b 4022 Knoop 2b 3021 Mrs. Julian was arrested in

ing well," Parris added. Other Downing p 4010 Torres Brunet ph p 1000 1000 February for speeding and driv- JIMMIE HUGHES SPORTING GOODS

switches in the Bears' lin up Totals $4191 Totals 32 1 41 ing through a red light. Police

include Randy Corbin who was IN RIVERLANDBy New York ................ 000 C04 000-4
LOS Angeles ............... 000 000 100.-1 said at the time she was lookingat
moved from halfback to the E-None. LOB-New York 6. Los An- a six-inch television set Northcentral Florida's Sporting Goods' Headquarters

fullback geles <. mounted on the dash board of 1113 University Ave. FRanklin 2-8212
slot.Set Record DON DAVIS Brown, just recovering froma net.2B-Piersall.SF-Lopez.3BBoyer.Tresh.. Bru- her car.

ord Bronson High School's Eagles dislocated thumb, ,is on the IP H R E* BB SO
Corbin set a rushing rer= Downing. W. 11-7' 6 1 1 1 5 I.
last year's short injured list again this time Brunet. U 1-1 .... 52-3' 4 4 0 4 '
of 1,060 yards during on experienced players,
Latmatt .......11-3 0 0 0 0 0
season and racked-up *a' totalof were experiencing the pinch with a back injury which could Osnskl ......... 2 0 0 0 1 2
107 points. even worse than usual yester- keep the key back out of action T-2:21. 1.-19.983- Pre LABORDA Y' SALE

Jerry Karr, moved to offen- for two to three weeks, accord- BOSTON Night Gamo KANSAS CITY

sive halfback from defense, has day.Coach John Rutledge reported ing to Coach Ron Brummitt. ab r h M Ib r h III!
Schilling 2b 5010 Ca'p'n'ris If 3010
been impressive in practice, the Eagles have been beset with With Brown off the Sharks'I Y'trze'skl ct 3 0 2 1 Causey ss 4130
Karr Mantilla If 4000 Mathews cf 4112
the Bears' mentor said. two injuries this week. One of roster and another teammate,, Thomas rt 5121 Colavito rf 4010
has been out of action the past Tillman c 3000 Gentile Ib 3000 ON
ankle the players out of actiontemp- Tommy Slaughter, sidelined I Horton Ib 5000 Bryan c 4000 LIQUORS
week due to an injured orarily at least is Louie with a sprained hand injury, the! Williams Ib 0000 Charles 3b 4020 '
but he's expected to don his Bressoud ss 4120 Green 2b 3000 .
Gilbert, one of the few experienced Sharks are finding it rough "to I Smith 3b 1100 S gul p 2000

pads"We're again soon. in unusual hands on the team. get anything done" with the re- Jones Lamabe ph p 1000 2011 Jimenez ph 1000 PRICES GOOD SEPT. 2 THRU SEPT. 7))
caught an nine Totals 33 3 I 3 Totals 32 S t 2 ,
situation of trying to rebuild Luther Williams, a newcomerto maining players, Brummittsaid. Boston .. ................ 110100100-3
while in ," the Eagle roost also turnedup Kansas City .............. 200 tot eOO-2
a man-power squeeze
Parris said. He added that the with a badly sprained ankle E-Causey, Smith. Tillman. DP-Boston 4
Fundamentals Old
Kansas
2 Kansas City 1. LOB-Boston 13. [ HOUSEOF
lack of material has hampered -. that will keep him out of ac- The Sharks will continue to I City 5.2B .Bressoud, Campanerls. HR-Thom- X3.29
tion for at least a week. -
the SB Charles, Cam-
process. work on fundamentals until I as (13) Mathews (11) -

.Z. Further Behind The Eagles will stress defense enough players are available to I panens Lamabe IP, Tillman.H R ER II SO Thompson

-"We haven't worked on team. this week, according to Rut- scrimmage he added. Lamabe W, '19 I 2 2 1 6 5th
Radatz .........3 0 0 0 1 0
Frills yet, in fact we are furth-. ledge. "Our blocking is improving Segul. U Ml .... <237 3 3 7 3 OR
The Hawthorne Hornets will I Stock: ............ 19: 0 0 0 1 1
TT behind than we've ever our tackling isn't, and have one thing in their favor as t Wyatt ..2 1 0 0 0 0 Whiskey 3 for $9.85OR

been," he lamented. that's why we have got to they face Taylor High in their T-2.50. A-2.e 4. STUART .
"Jhe Bears will continue to I work on defense." Gam
CLEVELANONig"t
first game Sept. 18. A changein WASHINGTON
work on fundamentals today A problem of practice sessions abrkbi abrhbi'
and then "try to pick out pieces of the Bronson team has schedule will have the Hornets Salmon rf 5011 Cottier 2h 2010 I' cs 100% Blended Scotch.
home Howser 5000 Blas'ame 2b 1000
on ground for theirInitial ss Choice'DON
for a ball team and workon been coping with the sun's ex- Chance: Ib 4010 Hinton If 3000 lio; of
test, rather than in Pier- Wagner If 4110 Lock cf 4010 I 86 PROOF
defense and offensive action traordinary heat which has been Alvis 3b 3010 Slevers Ib 4010 tunrt Q

," Parris said. hampering the team's efforts, son as originally planned. Azcue Davalillo c cf 4122 4010 Zimmer Kirkland :If 3010 4000 I

"We've lost only five game; concluded Rutledge. The Hornets, still plagued bya Held 2b 2110 Kennedy ss 4010 I $3' 69
lack of McDowell p 1 0 0 0 Brumley c 4010 l'iolNDm sCX1I'CllVHISKY FLORIDA
in the last three .some experienced players, $4 48 OLD'
years. Cedar Key Sharks' Ron rue McMahon p 1 0 0 0 Kreutzer p 2000 I \ .
of the older boys know whal l are still sticking to fundamentals Phillips pn 0000 "" ,,_
I Valentino 0 0 0 0 'c- _
winning is like," Parris said te and hoping to begin to King ph pr 1000 I .K 5th
Totals 33 313 Totals 32S4 RUM
While that "wwon't scrimmage by Friday, Coach
concluding : 8 Regions Cleveland ................ tol 029 010-3
be a contender in the Bill Collins said. Washington ............... toO 000 000-0 5th

same class as North Marior I Roger Glass, quarterback, and E-None. LOB-Cleveland I, Washington _

or Lake Butler," Parris said i Proposed Andy Fultz, end, were lauded JB-t.Held, Salmon, Kennedy. HR-Davalillo .
the Bears should give othei ()). S-McDowell.IP.
for good performance in t he .
H R ERBBSO
opponents a hard time. teams practice sessions by Col- McDowell, W, U 61.3' 0 0 3 4 I -j "Buy the Best"TAKE
Not Dozen McMahon .......2230 0 0 1 2Kreutzer.
Need LinebackersNorth L. 5-4 ". '.3 5 2 2 4 1
Marion Colts' Stan]I Hannan o'...... 230 0 0 0 0 i SEA7RAMIS$3.98CROWN
Duckworth .., 2 3 1 1 0 3'''
Toole is engaged In a search I The Florida High School Act lins.Bell T-23f. A3.502.BALTIMORE '

for linebackers. "We have tried t thities Association will study a Out MINNESOTA I Gilbey's

numerous boys, but the ones i abrhbi abrhbi.
plan to.boost football playoff regions Brandt cf 4000 Versalles ss 4010 5thfleischmann's
looking good are Paul Weaver from four to eight instead Aparlcio ss 4100 Rollins 3b 3010 I :
Of Action Sfebern Ib 4010 Oliva rf 40 Il1i
Robert Young and Dor I of a dozen as reported jester- Rob's'n ::!b 101 1 Killebrew If 4222!
Chapman. Bowens rf 3000 M metier Ib 0000 -
day in the Sun. Rob'son 0 0
If 4 0 Allison UHf 3000 GIN
Toole also praised the efforts .. Class AA and A schools HAWTHORNE Routine bus- Adalr 2b 3000 Hall cf 3000;''
currently Brown c 2000 Battey c 3000,
of tackles Rogert' o 0 d I iness occupied the of:
meeting
are grouped in four di- Orsino ph-c 1010 Allen b2 3010,
and Bobby Gibson in yesterday's visions for state championship the Riverland Conference as: Johnson Barber p pit 2000 1010 Kaat Kmdall p 2b 3000 0000 I +\ mtf\ tGIN 90 Proof

practice.The Bell High School informed the Totals 321 4 1 Totals 31 2 6
Colts will follow a de. football playoffs, eight for basketball Baltimore .............._ IM too MO-21
district tests and four loop it would be unable to play Minnesota ............... toe in MX-i VODKA
fense-concentrated work pattern : for football this fall. Versalles. LOB Baltimore $3.79
cage regional play. 5 Minnesota
for the bulk of this week'practice s 5. j
sessions. Harold Phares, Hollywood, The Bulldogs have been hit -B. Robinson Johnson VenallyHRKillebrew 5th 5th
made the proposal with view with a manpower shortage. Bel 2 (44). 80 Proof
"We're just scratching where a I IP H R ER II SO
observed Chieflanc toward limiting the total number has hopes of playing a junior lSarbtr.L..11..7 6 221'I J
it
itches Hall ...."....... 1 0 0 t 1 2
'; Indians' Doyle McCall yester. of football games in a varsity schedule to gain exper- Ka t. W, 15-7 .... 71.:1: 1 1 1

day. "We don't have any phase. season to 13 (three extra contests ience but even this plan is indef Worthington WP-Kaat. T-2:22._... 1231.A-IU25.0 f 0 .1 YOUR PICK

of the ball game we don't need i over a regular 10 game inite. DETROIT CHICAGO

work on." schedule). With eight regions Football officials discussed brfebi. brbM. i KENTUCKY GENTLEMANOR
Bruton d 3110 Landii cf 4000 i
Work On Defense this would involve a three-game rules changes and scheduling for Lumpe 2t> 5122 Weis 2b 3010
Kaline rf 4012 Robinson M 1000.
The Indians were schedul I playdown. the season. Cash' Ib :300 Long H 2000;! .
to work on defense problem. Rapid Growth Bill Collins, Hawthornecoach Brown H 4000 Skowron Ib 4000Freenan !
c 4120 Ward 3b 4010McAuliffo
this week but McCall said these: FHSAA officials fear that is president of the Riv-, ss 41 1 0 Hanson IS 4000 HEAVEN HILL

plans had been changed due tc; rapid growth of schools in Florida -.I erland loop this season. Wert Lolich 3b p 3213 0200: Carreon H'shb'ger c rf 2"2 1 0 .

the fact that "our offense isn'i t t especially in the heavily Herbert p 0 0 'I
Nicholson ph 1 0 0
clicking well enough, we'll jus!t l populated counties, will Increase Tank ) M'N-rtn-y pn 1 0 0 0, '
insPORDENONE Buford ph 1000TttaJs I 3.49 : :
the chances for
.have to work on everything.: ties within a re- 30101 Total It 0 3 0Dotroit / "

Injuries have yet to bothe gion. Expansion from four to I .-..... ? ,.. OM Ito 201 t 5th' I
:. ;Jlfie ,Indians. Snorted McCall. eight regions and reduction of Italy (AP) -' Chic** : ::.......:..:... 000 000 00*:.I q
: +" A motorist .tried to pass a' Pat-. E-Mono. DP-Detroit 1, Chicago 1.1
It doesn't look like number of schools in each
w ton tank I Is
v Y Cafe hitting hard enough to hur t gion should alleviate: this on a highway Tuesday 28-Kallno. HR-Wert (I), Lump (61.1
condition but didn't make it. -Brown. S-LoTx*. Bruton. S-Cash.|!
a: Anyone. IP H. E* BBSO DRIVEIN -
The left tread of the tank L Hch. W ,4-, ... .3 1 0 3 0Hertoert |' MILLHOPPER PACKAGE STORE FREE
more mor ot more to come The Board of Directors of the squashed half the L. '5 ... 3 4 J 2 1 1!
At Wilhston, Coach r FHSAA car as flat as Buznordt .......3: 1 2 2 2 1'i PARKIN!
Samm will
meet here WINDOWNW
b-- J Oct. 12- a pizza. Baumann ........ 2.3 1 2 2 1 Ii;
r I Miller said the Red Devils had I 13 to study the proposal along The Talbot .......... 11-3 1 I!
driver
Antonio Gattel,.3t, FI"1 1 1 1 2 0 "
. t good practice yesterday I t with eight others. escaped uninjured. HBP-By Leikh. Cartoon P-Talbot.' 16th Blvd. at Millhoppcr Rd. Palm View Shopping Center Ph. 6-1554 : .
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I NtlU YORK Vnrk,-A iVtttttllNEW serIes of i": FROZEN FOOD SALE ....

changes in major editorial assignments ,
in the news and j% u
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Sunday departments of the New ..
.York ,Times was announced e:: -..
Tuesday by Arthur Ochs Sulz- -

berger, publisher. .
I Turner Catledge, formerly QUANTITY RIGHTS '
,managing editor, assumes the .. I i RESERVEDPRICES ..
newly established office of executive F; r;; GOOD THRU
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editor, in charge of both

the news and Sunday depart- ...................' 0OD O I W1NN COPYRIONT-DIXIE:STORE.- IHCo Sherbet Ice t: .,,
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t ments.Lester Markel, formerly Sun- T or ..

day editor, becomes associate -
'J editor. In his new assignment I P -
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he will function in two areas: as 4 x. :' :
a general consultant, editorial a\ ,$ :
matters and as head of a new F A. -
department of public affairs. -it --
James Reston, chief Wash-
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ington correspondent, becomes :
associate editor. Reston will &J4
continue his column on the 3 a ; '
editorial page and his ccntribu .I
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in order to be more availablefor : .'. .
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and political reporter RICH'S FROZEN
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one of the biggest years for li-
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married younger," Katz said.
"The fact of the matter is that
the big rush is on because of the
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1964 licenses, the.bureau, an increase issued of 41,663 2,878 _- _.,:, -'-' iM i*
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and 21-year-old men, the mini- S Morton'c # or.ton.
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t Alachua L Highway Zoning !


TJF Dean Tells Freshmen COUNTY

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COMMISSIONJoin Plan Shaping Up %



Alachua Road I Proposals to create zoning gar Johnson will confer withJ. ; > i
City Fight
I 'Free Rein' Doesn't Work districts 1,000 feet along each P. Thompson, 3305 SE Haw-

For Post Office Needs PetitionThe side of major county roads are thorne Rd. Thompson wants to I

before the Alachua County rezone from residential B to
Alachua County lined with
up Alachua County Commission -Commission for final action. business B to open a nnbhbor-
the City of Gainesville yester.
: Some 3,000 new freshmen at from what we can become and They have tolerated painfullyyour shop leaders Girl's and Boy'sState day in seeking the old post office decided yesterday it is willing -I The plans were recommend hood market. However. due toThompson's .
the to build road from ed to the commission by the non conforming -
University of Florida a north
last what is of for
expected us. outbursts and protests, participants, Science Fair building downtown a
Alachua of mile county zoning board. The commissioners use of his property, the
night received official welcome seventenths a I
"We change and and blase
daily.
grow teenage sophistication -winners Key Club boys, Key public use.
from their Dean of Student Affairs long, if property owners will, expect to approvethe commission tabled the requestfor
The question is whether we because they have known ettes and Demolays. You name The building will be vacatedby
I donate the of plans within a week or two. change, until use conformsto
and a blast at "Popeye" will change for the better or the potential hidden within you. the honor and there is a win federal offices in a few right way.
The commission will ask the The commission wants to the zoning code. Used building *
: concepts that people "yam worse. "They have faith that you ner in this freshmen class. weeks. They move into the new
"? of Alachua to circulate the bring property along major materials are stored on the
what they yam. I "Parents and students have will live up to what is expectedof "Is it any wonder we can and Federal Building.The City II
: The students, in the midst of',been confused by Popeye psy- you.". should and do expect the worldof Gainesville Fine Arts As. 'petition among property owners paved roads into the zone system -property, and must be movedso j
Ala- so that it can prevent undesirable as not to offend the public.
to pledge right of
way.
orientation events in chologists and educators ,
I prepara- permissive Dean Hale said the Univer. you? sociation wants the building for
I chua asked the to build land uses. A request was tabled from
county
tion for next week's classes, who would let go the reins- sity expects the freshman stud He said the University expects use as a fine arts or cultural
heard Dean Lester L. Hale : giving the colt his head and let- the road. In position for approval are Orell Buckler 5717 SE Hawthorne -
say
ent to "sluff off" fad featuresof normal as well as academic -center. City Manager Bill Green Rd.
I "This is an expression of con- ting him run. They too, have high school life and take on excellence. The key, he said he is not sure this use Street plans to zone Interstate 75 mit construction, to rezone of to per

. 1 ldence and ego satisfaction yielded to many of your demands -the culture of a scholar and said, is in what the student expects would meet federal require Paving through the county; U. S. 441 commission a night
-supported by today's psycholo-' and let do what from Alachua south, except in club. The zoning
you the good citizen. of himself and in recognizing -ments to release the building. Petition Made recommended action until
no
Hague Gainesville and Mica-
gists, psychiatrists and crea- you wanted-because you want what his parents and The county commission decided ,
"All student activity and
your Homeowners in Estates U. S. 301 through the the county's new use plan
"tive performers who each ed to do them and it has been too Wimberly nopy;
say his University expect, as well. to join with the city in ,
I campus charm, collegiate chivalry zone regulations have been
and
along NW 36th St. have county except in Waldo
is different and hard for them
nothing to keep sayingno
person efforts to obtain the building.
and ivy league custom Orientation Week for the new
asked the Hawthorne State Road 24<< from adopted.
commissionto
county :
should interfere with their irn- and still be able to live
cannot get a college edu.cation. -students continues through Sat- G. M. Davis, chairman, told :
t : you their Gainesville to Waldo and fora A tabled for
street and
pave assess ; request was
C pulses, with their being what with you and to have any sort Mrs. Jean 0. Mitchell of the
they are and having what the) of harmony at home. urday. of the ;them for the cost. part of the Fairbanks area up to 60 days for J, H. Ward,

I ; want when they want it. ; "But mark my words. They "You are the cream of the Classes begin Monday with fine arts group be that decided use when The homeowners petitioned 'where the county plans to pavea who wants to rezone from business

;Ii 'i : ."The truth, as I see it, Is! have expected more of you crop, the exceptionally capable expected total enrollment of and building if it is can obtained. He pledgedthe the commission to assess all for road. A to business B propertyat

:that this may be a farc_ than high school Beatle fads. youth of our state. Youth work. over 15,000. use will be for health or the same amount of costs, although Proposals to create 1,000 5710 SE Hawthorne Rd. The
\ j not all lots are the same foot zone districts along other request was tabled until other -
: education. been refer owned by Ward
f/ size. major roads have property
I s red to the zoning board. the Pond's Garage across the
# v:: ii Home Demo Garden Club The commission yesterday street, is made to conform to

: t BUSINESSREVIEW MARKET I I_ Building MovingThe added one more road to the list the zone code.

REPORT L S Commis- Gift to County for right-of-way zoning, the G. M. Davis and Sidney
Alachua
I County a The Gainesville Garden Club Magnesia Springs road from ,Martin will study a request by
YII S' ion yesterday appointed Park to Hawthorne. The.
t. 'I.SReaders' Jiree committee with au- I rave $100 to the Alachua Couny Grove Thomas Travis, who asked to
man
5 t, Commission yesterday. The road is at the top of the prior
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I hority: to dispose of the home rezone from agriculture to business
r noney is to help pay for land- ity list for paving.
temonstration building.The
club. The
Fidelity Fund .... 18.12 \ the craping; of the parking lot at These other zoning matters B his night
---- --- building, located on
Fidelity Trend __ 19.10Fund'tal be j Machua General Hospital.The came before the commission: I club is just north of High
00 c aid county jail site, must committee of : and 1800 feet west of
gift was accepted with A Sidney Springs
Inves 11.11 beLongs
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I Keystone K-2 .-?.,-,?..,?.,...... 5.69 Two home demonstrat i ion 1
.i The following market quotations I Keystone S-3 17.08 in Dither 1\\1
Ire requested specifically by readers 1 oo groups use the building once Iowa Democrats {
of the Sun financial past. The quotaSTOCIC LISTINGS Keystone S-4 -- 4.87 twice a month. ,
Ions ere furnished by I or>
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Life Stock Fund .. 8.05 \
Piercru1bemMurpheyjGen; Homeowners Left Off Ballot '
Mass. Inv Stock _- 16.82 Johnson

NEW YORK STOCK Tele __ .88 32% R. C. Cola 1.20 23% Mass. Inv Growth 8.92 May Get RoadEleven

EXCHANGE Ga Pacif --- l.OCb 54% Roy Dutch 1.73g: 45% Pioneer Fund -- .? 9.97 Meadowwood area MOINES (AP) Iowa .from leading Iowa Republicans.But fore the Nov. 3 general elec
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bbott Lab __. 2.40 37 Getty Oil -- -- .10g 24% Searle GD .__-...... .90 60 Puritan Fund --- --_- _00 9.54 I home-owners whose private scurried around to- the problem to be solved tion. \

Allied Chem 1.80 53 Grace Co ----_-__- l.OOb 54% Singer 2.00 87% Putnam Growth 15.86 ]road has washed away in recent -day trying to rectify their oversight .was how to get around state Secretary of State Melvin Syn-

erada pt __ 2.00 81 4 .Hel Curtis ._- - .80 15 Smith Kin 1.20a 61 TV & Elec 8.15 wet weather may get anew i in failing to certify Presi- law which required that the horst, who found the Johnson

Am Elc Pow 1.160 44% IBM _ 5.00 441 Sou Cal Ed 1.05 33 Value Line Inc -- .-_ 5.75 : road, compliments of Ala- dent Johnson and his running names of Johnson and Sen. Hubert -and Humphrey names missing

i\mer Enka _._ 1.Oa 63V .Int Min C l.SOa 68% St Oil Cal 2.00 64% Wellington Fund _MOO 15.22I I chua County. mate for the general election H. Humphrey, candidatefor after the deadline passed Mon

Amer Hone ._.__ 1.44a 66% :[Int Tele 1.00 54% St Oil Ind _.._ 2.OCb 81 NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS The county commission decided -ballot in this state. vice president, be certifiedfor day, said he was willing to

Arner :M Fdy ,.90 18Va.Kellogg .__ .803 45% Sterl Drug .65 27% Comp. Vol. Close Changes I yesterday that if the road They had sympathic supportGoldwater the Iowa ballot 65 days beheld help.

rmco Stl __ 3.00 72 Lehman CP 1.34e: 29% Texas Util 1.20 63% destroyed because of construction -

Atch Topka 1.20.1 337 ,Litton In .- -.-. 1.98f 68% Textron __ 1.4 47% 147,800 Am Tobacco 37 up % was work on NW 16th Blvd So did Atty. Gen. Evan Hult-

Baxter Lab _._ .36 25YS :Lone S CM 1.00 21% Tidewater __-_ 32% 133,400 Chrysler 58% up 1 must replace it. The' man, Republican candidate for.
the county Post governor, who was off on a fishing
Tex Gulf Sul
Beckman In ..._ 60 ;Marsh Fid .---- --- --- 1.60 47V's Trans WA 40% 106,100 52% up % street is NW 20th Place.
I, private trip in Minnesota. But Hult-
beech LF S __ 1.10 47 :Martin M .--- --- -, 1.00 18% Union Pac l.Wa 43 101,200 Callah Mng 10 up % G. M. Davis Sidney Martin
man relayed word that
Bristol My _._ .80 67 :McG Hill __-. ----. .60a 34 Und Air L l.SOb 48% 99,100 Studebaker 6% off % Johnson will study some

Brown Shoe 00_ 3.40 102 ,Mead Corp -- --- 1.70 46% Upjohn 1.00 49 78,300 Sunshn Mng 27% up 1% 'the and homeowners'Edgar request, to Goes to Home legal volved.question might be in

brunswick .-. -. --. 8% :Merkd 2.00a 39% Jim Walter 26% 54,300 RCA 32% up % decide if the county is respon-
Synhorst had the Johnson-
Cambell S __ 2.40 34if. Natl Air! .80 50% WarLamb--------- 31% 49,800 Phelps Dodge 75% up 3%

Carter Pdt -..- l.ooa 16I. ,N Y Centl .SOg 42% Worthintn __ 1.50 47% 43,900 Reynolds Tob 46% up % :sible. r TALLAHASSEE (AP-Housel) a general news conferencewith Humphrey hand certification papersin

CaseJI -_ 20% .Nia M Pow -2.00 56% I Xerox 100% 42,600 Pac Tin 8% up 1% Asks Idylivild capitol newsmen. after they were filed
Speaker Mallory Home, a Democrat late Tuesday about 24 hours
( Cessna Air -- 1.00 28% Norfolk W .--- -- 6.iX> 129% Zenith 1.20a 63% 42,500 Sperry Rd 14% up % [ Pawley said he expected hun-
41,500 Pan Am 30% % Utilities OK was appointed co chair- late by officials of the Demo
Ches Ohio _.__ 4.00 76% NoIndPS.--1.43 60V4 up dreds of thousands of Democrats
Coas S Gas _+_ 29i'a No Nat Gas __ 1.80 56 OVER THE COUNTERNEW 40,500 Ford Mot 52% up % David B. SmithGainesville man today of the Citizens for to vote for Goldwater and cratic State Central Committee.
Whether would be
I CBS _._ I.Mb 4lVs Olin Math 1 1.20 42 YORK (AP) The following bid 39,900 Gen Dynam 33% up % has asked the county -Goldwater, an organization was confident that the state they accepted -
and asked engineer
quotations supplied the apparently hinged
Comb Eng __ 1.20 29 Owens II G 2.aO:)() 1027/8 National Association of Securities by Dealers 37,300 Pure Oil 62% up 1% commission to extend his utilities -seeking Democratic support for would go Republican for the lienent of the on a

Cone Mills .80 20 PacG&E.. .... .. 1.00 31% Inc., do not represent actual trans interpretation cer-
+ ? -- the Idylwild fourth presidential elec
actions but nominee for straight
\ are the NASD's estimateof AMER STK EXCH ACTIVE : permit to the Republican tification law.
Cont Air! _+_ .40 21 Pac Lting 2.40 29% the range within which these stcurl-! of Gainesville.The tion. He said that $250,000
some
ties could have been told (bid) or STOCKS area south president. The most red-faced Iowa
Conti Ins __ 2.20 58* PacT&T.1.20 29 bought (asked): commission indicated William Pawley of Miami, the would be spent on the campaign Democrat was State ChairmanLex
I Contrl Data _._ 84 Pan Amer A 1.2<< 30V4 Volume Close Change
Alice provided Smith will other announced in Florida and an addi.
Land co-chairman Hawkins Des Moines at-
8% agreement,
Corn Pdts __ 1.50 55% Parke Dav ..?.-.. -.?-.. 1.00 26% 111,500 Stanrock Uran 1% up % '
Delta Air __ 1.60 74 Pennzoil ..........__.. 2.00 37% Amer Fidel Life 24 86,200 New Idria Mng 1% unch .go along with stiffer require- florae's appointment. tional $200,000 would be raised torney, who admitted that he
Amer Heritage -. 23% ments in return. Home said that the campaignto for the Goldwater national cam- "goofed" in not seeing that the
Det Steel _+_ .60 14 Pfizer -I .80a 47% 29,000 Brown Co 14% %
Amer Mat Ins _. 20%I up Smith several years ago carry Florida for Sen. Barry paign. names were filed in time.
__
75V4
3.00
,I Emerson EI __ 1.00 432I Phelps Dg --- 27,000 Conti Ind Tel 16% off %
Amer Pioneer Life 8 agreement with the Goldwater would Home who will out of The White House in Washington
% reached get underwaysoon. drop
I Fair Camera _.._ .S<.g 24% Polaroid --_ .20 143% 26,400 Syntex Corp 54% off %
Finan'J Fed 40% Pub Sv E G 2.60 38% Anheuser Busch T---. 53% ,county to ,build a sewer systemfor the Legislature after the Nov. 3 became concerned and tele-

I f Fst Chartr -- 1.97f 28 Pure Oil I 1.60 62% Anodyne _. 4% ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS the Country Club Estates Pawley, Home, State GOP general election, had said last phoned Gov. Harold Hughes,

lla E Cst _-_ 12 Rayonier .- 1.00 35% Citizens Bank ,-__ 37 Purchases -- 325,992 area south of Gainesville. Chairman Tom Brown of Tampa week he would campaign for who was at Mason City Tues-

I' Food Fair _._ .90 22 Rexall .5Cb 54% Comsat Corp 41% Short Sales -. --- 2,931 Under the agreement, he us- and National Committeewoman -Goldwater but remain a Democrat day night to open his campaignfor

:tMC Corp _._ 1.00 56 Reyn Metl! __ .50 34% Conn Lt & Pow _. 37% Other Sales __ 335,723 'ed right of way on county I Helen Morris of Sarasota re-election.

frito Lay __ 39 Rich Merr 1.00 53% Cowles Mag & Pb 11% Total Sales 338,654 roads for water and sewer
1, Dunn & Brdst 60'/4 lines.

Florida Gas __.. 11 V4 PREVIOUS DAY'S In return, Smith agreed that North Fla. F arms Lawns

I I' NEW YORK, TIMES MARKET AVERAGES SEPT 1 Fla Nat'l Bank _. 64% STOCK MARKET persons could not be forced to ,

I (c) tew York Times Fla Tele ___ 28% Advances -- -.. 751 use his utilities. Also, if Smith'sarea

Forrest Labs .. 23 Declines --- ___--, 340 the Cityof
High Low Close Net Chg. % is annexed by Hit Worm Invasion

25 Rails 142.20 140.35 141.32 Up .49 Founders Life .-._ 9% Unchanged 255I I Gainesville, the city will by Army

25 Jndustrials 856.50 845.41 854.31 Up '7.38 Franklin Life 55% Total Issues -. 1,346 I have an option to buy the sys

: 50 Stocks 499.35 492.88 497.81 Up 3.94I Great American __ 11% New 1963-64 Highs 58 at its depreciated value.
Grolier 41%. New 1963-64 Lows -__- -_ --- 11 I tem serves an area By HERVEY SHARPE the clothes hanging on Lnes. toxaphene dust applied at the
-_ Smith now Agricultural Extension In case these 1%-inch cater- rate of one pound per 1,000
Gulf Life ,_ 53% and west of Interstate -
24
--- of SR
Late south Service pillars take a fancy tc your square feet, a 5 per cent DDT
I Herff Jones _, 14% Morning He wants to extend
75.
FLASHES lawn, they'll make the turf dust at the rate of two poundsper
Home Ins 68
eastward into the Idylwildarea. Northcentral Florida i is being
: MARKET look and bare. The feet 5
ragged tipsof 1,000 square or a per
Kennasaw Life ___ 12% N.Y. contract to serve
invaded of
-- --- Listing He has a by an army worms. the grass may appear trans cent Sevin dust at the rate of
Life of Fin _, 7% school. Jim Brogdon, Extension; en-
: NEW YORK /AP) The I ][dylwild parent where the plant cells two pounds per 1,000 square
Lowes Company 19% Allis Chal 20% Jones&L 83% Sidney Martin won commission tomologist with the University
lock market pushed ahead fur Dow Jones Stock have been eaten. These later
I Averages Milgo Electron _. 12 Alcoa 67% Kais Al 33% approval of a suggestionhat of Florida, identifies the hun feet.For
brown and the of the additional information
turn
ther in trading tips on
fairly lively ear- i
fy this afternoon. I. Previous Day | 2nd Hour | Mort Guranty Ins ._ 25% Am Air 42% Ken'cott 87 ; if the commission grantsSmith's gry little monsters as the fall grass take on a scorched look.combatting the invasion of
Pacific SW Air 34% Am Can 43% Lig & My 83 Smith also
Stocks advanced on a broad 844.0030_ I_ Indust._I up 2.39 Schlitz Brew 47% Am Cyan 59% Loch'd 38% consent request to ,meet construc- armyworm.Some vacationers have returned Act quickly when you discover -armyworms, ask your county
must infestation. agricultural for Circular
front, although most gains of 207.58 I 20 Rails I up 1.17 Secur Life & Tr 68 Am Mot 16 Lorillard 47% I standardsset an agents
and materials find threadbare lawndevoid
1 lion to a Brogdon recommends killing 213A "Home Gardener'sLawn
,
Key stocks were fractional. Southern Nitro. .. .._. ._ 25% 16%
Ampx Cp 29%
150.25 I 15 Util. I up 0.10 ? ? Mag'vox by the county. of grass blades. Farm- with a 10 cent Insect Control Guide."
per
Hope of an auto labor settlement Travelers Ins _..-?_-...,..- 43% Anaconda 47% MM&M 581h' wants to be armyworms
said he report the fuzzy caterpil-
298.85 I 65 Stocks 0.72 Martin ers
I
increased as bargainingtalks up Union Security & I. _. 10% Armour 47 Mohasco 14% built lands'
lines are lars have invaded
that if sewer pasture
lengthened in an effort to I Volume I 2,220,000International Babcock 33% Mons'to 79% :sure
AMERICAN STOCK It will be possible to integrate and are chomping on crops
break the stalemale. Practical Nurses
Beth Stl 38% Mont Wd 37% : if
EXCHANGEAerojet.Gen system such
them into the city's as soybeans.
General Motors and Chrysler
Telephone.In Boeing 61 Nat Dair 80%
desired.A Some sections of North Flori-
again touched historic highs but a narrowly mixed cigarette -_ 29% Borden 75% Nat Dist 27% I ever utilities request has
similar da have weathered the worstof
shaded their best gains as the Analex Corp 26% Brunswk 8% N.Am Av 50%
Liggett & Myers stood T-T- Gaines-
group
1 by former the invasion, Brogdon said.
been posed
ession wore on. -CM choppeda out with a rise exceeding a Aqua Chem 16% Cater Tr 34% Penney 59% another Complete ProgramEighteen
MayorCommissionerNorwood But there could be
rise of about a point to a Aurora Plastics 2.% Celanese 67% Pa RR 35% 'viII e
point. said a
Hope of the if we
Hope. generation pest,
]
fraction. Chrysler trimmed its Barnes Engineer 19% Chrysler 58% Pep Cola 53%
Small losses taken seek a permit have I nd tan
own fractional advance and were by Butler Shoe 10 CocaCol 136% Phil Mor 80% I month ago he may mile a long, warm area nurses will I ented by Mrs. Ruby P hI J J-

barely clung to the upside. American Tobacco, Woolworth, Chromaloy 15% Com Ed 54% Phil! Pet 54% ] to serve an 11 square Gaines- ;summer, he warned. get diplomas Friday night in pot, Mrs. Barbara Collins and

Early gains by steels were Jones & Laughlin, American Cinerama _-_ _-_ 6% Con Edis 90% RCA 32% >ection northwest of Brogdon could give no reason graduation exercises for the Alachua Mrs. Barbara Cross, instructors

shaded and the group looked Smelting. Phelps Dodge and I,Computer Sci 18 Cent Can 50% Rep Stl 47 1 ville. for the unusually large num- County Practical Nursing for the class.A .

mixed. U.S. Smelting. Cutter Labs A 16% Dow Che 67% Revlon 35% ber of worms. But after seeing Program. reception will be held i:I

Moderately higher; were aero- Prices rose in moderate trading -Data Control ,- ....--56 DuPont 259 Rey Tob 46% Need BooksFriends them munch on his lawn, he Ceremonies start at 8 p.m. In..following the exercises. The
,
space issues, rails electronics, on the American Stock Ex. Fulton Inds 10 EAL 28% StReg P 30% have ;admits that this is the largest the Medical Sciences Bull ding :public is Invited.Following .

building materials, drugs and change. Gen Develop 5 E.Kodak 129% Seaboard 51% of the books Library as preparations build-up of caterpillars in several -Auditorium of the J. Hills are the candI- r

chemicals.The Jax Minit MkU 8% Firestone 42% Sears 118% I xit out a call for 10th annual years. Miller Health Center. dates for diplomas; (

Associated Press averageof Purchases Mackey Airlines 4% Fla Pw 49% Sinclair 45% J; for their this Daily inspection and prompt This marks the 14th class to Sandra Vojtik Adams, Donna

60 stocks at noon was up ..7at Mead Johns 17 Fla P&L 77% Socony 80% 1)()()k sale got under way control measures can keep lawn complete the 12 month training J Kester Crane, Mary Lynch ,

317.0 with inodustrials up .9, Pac NW Ttle 22% Ford 53 SouthnC 62% '!feek. now 4 damage to a minimum, Brog- program since it began in :LaMee, Martha Goodman Mer. )

tails up .8 and utilities un- Stuckey'sEASTMAN Philips Elec 41% Frmst Da 12% SperryR 14% Books of all kinds are Gaines- :lion said. 1956 arid brings the number of I chant, Georgia Quillen S1m:1:

Ric Group 6% Frept Sul 39% StBrand 77% 1>eing accepted at the The larvae just out cf the total graduates to 207. Graduates J mons Beatrice Hall Lewis, 11

changed. I Ga. (AP) Pet Sperry R. Wts 6% Frueh Tr 32% St& NJ 84% 'rille Public Library. Donors. I eggaregray.greent3: dark must now take the Florida -;and Pamela Jean Willis, all of I
: The Dow Jones industrial
average for in-
at 2.39 atS46.39. I Milk Co., of St. Louis Mo., has Syntex 54% Gen Dyn 34% JStudebak 6% .ilso may call 2-1061 I brown.> Later they change to State Board of Nursing licensing I Gainesville.
noon was
up I purchased Stuckey's Inc. of Tampa Elec -- 26 Gen El 85V4 Swift 52% f'onnation. Oc- J pale yellow-brown to black. Onbach examination to become Betty Lou Phillips Mamie C.

Eastman in a transaction involving -Tech Measur ,- __ 21% Gen Fds 90% Texaco 80% This year's sale will be I side of a light midatripenihebackisawlde Licensed Practical Nurses. J Porter and Sandra Jeane Sim-

: Pure Oil held a gain exceed- almost $12 million.An TWA Wts 25% Gen Mills 42 Thiokol 15 f sber 13. Proceeds raised from :) dark Guest speaker for Friday's I ko. Lake City; Margaret O'Far- _

ing 2 points after a report its announcement made Tues Valspar 7% Gen Mtrs 97% U Carb 119% I ihe: sales of books go to the .stripe. Next to that is a wavy, graduation win be Miss 'VIvian 1 refl Bennett and Doria Cronk

acquisition was being sought bya day by Gordon Ellis, executive Goodrich 54% Unit Airc 55H C 3ainesvffle: Library for its 'blotchy stripe with some red in Culver, curriculum specialist J Kerwifl, Palatka; lAth M a e H

third major group vice president of operations for MUTUAL FUNDS Goodyr 43% Un Fruit 55% I leeds. it. The adults are light tan for Practical Nurse Education :Harky aad Mary Sullivan Ste- J

Polaroid held a 3-ipoint rise. Pet, and W. S. Stuckey Sr. president -Affiliated Fund 9.12 Greyhnd 24% US Steel 59% Friends of the Library are ;moths. in the State Department of EduI I gaU, Willis ton; Dorothy Carter f

IBM gained a point. of Stuckey's, said 192,050 Capital Life & Gr 10.19 Gull Oil 56% Univ Mat 14% i isking for all kinds of paper- Don't be surprised where.cation. j Cook, Starke; Sandra Kay Jlathcox.

Advances of a point or better shares of Pet common stock Divers Growth 9.76 Hon'well 126% WestgEl 37% 1 jacks condensed books, child- 1 you find the "worms." The Diplomas will be presented I[ Cedar Key; Iris Schneider -

vere made by a variety of issues were transferred with 142,050 Dividend Shares 3.83 Int Harv 85% Winn Dix 37% I en's books novels non-fic- :!dull lady moths lay ew on by Alachua County School I Robertson, Live Oak and

including General Dynamics shares to be distributed among Dreyfus .-..--.. ..-.-..--.-...,-_ 20.65 Int Nick 78% Woolwth 27% tInt jon, book sets and phonograph ;the grass or on almost any Board Chairman G. Hugh WiIIiams. !- I Charlotte Annett Simmons Dun-

Zenith Union Carbide end Stuckey's stockholders. Fidelity Capit 11.34; Pap 32% j ecords during the drive. c)bject near the lawn including Schoo1"Pins will be pres J WIeL


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Wednesday, September 2, 1964 Gainesville Sun 21


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t In 90-Foot Well MORRELCS PRIDE FULLY COOKED BONlLISB


, 4;

\ FREMONT, ran to the well and said I CANNED 1

1\ 3-year-old are you down there?' 1Ir

fell 25 feet I ran to call my husband.

, dry well was stayed for the first half ,

night, : while they tried to get him

I wild-eyed" but but then I couldn't take it
r
after three longer." S

, A crowd of boy was pulled from the

cheered as as rescue workers sank a A

r Duayne Watson shaft six feet away. His

Bettencourt a 25-year-old heavy

90-foot deep well operator, stood by

The boy had the boy's grandfather and

with the aid of Catholic priests.
/ '
lowered to the prayed all the time he was /

he was wedged. there," said Mrs. Betten

Washington "I remembered when

for 24-hour little girl Kathy (Fiscus)

I said to be in in a well and died. I was

"He'd begin broke."I 9 then, but I said rosaries : f PREMIUM Smoked ((4 to 6-lb. avg.).
while I was three days for her."

I'd talk to him year-old Kathy Fiscus Shank :

"I got a nylon into a 95-foot well in 1949 in n,. .
jerked on it Marino, Calif. Rescuers 1' HamsSWIFT'S PortionSWIFT'S 39ct'
his wrist." for two days as the na I'd, _

With the waited for news, but she I lb. 0 ,
a second rope dead when they finally tL

his other wrist her. PREMIUM All Meat Skinless
12-oz.
pkg.
eased to the physican who descended the .. .

Jerry, son of to reach her said she ap- -.
i Gary George died only a few hours

bled Into the falling. ; )))) Franks each
block from his 1957 Benjamin Hooper Jr., 35c.r

and two rescued alive after 23% ;t t __

cement-filled in a 24-foot deep well in __ '
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ered the N.Y. _
f 11.GRADE "A"
The other Bettencourts have two .. : Quick Frozen Young

Mrs. children, Anna Marie, and i

"My heart just 10 to
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For Race RiotingBALTIMORE

Grade 'A' Dressed & Drawn Flo. or Ga. Shipped
All A&P Stores Will Be _

(AP) City ders feel that Baltimore could I
police and National Guard offi- be the next logical target for the CLOSED Fryer BL :

cers began preparing today for outside agitators who have in- BL39C Coffee Sale !

the Baltimore's possibility 358,000 of riots Negroes.among vaded The ingredient other cities common," they said.to the Labor Day Monday, Sept. 7 Qtrs.

Mayor Theodore R. McKeldinand disturbances in New York, Rochester -

Gov J. Millard Tawes announced N.Y., Paterson, N.J., R :z MILD & MELLOW
Tuesday they had been and Philadelphia was friction Grade 'A' Quick FrozenTURKEY

warned of the impending arrivalof between Negroes and police. 1-1'I t-LB- BAG

out-of-town agitators bent on The Harlem rioting was attri- ROAST . . u, 95c .

starting a riot. buted to the fatal shooting of a I I Wltft this Coupon s'rAMsW J I _t
the Negro boy by an off-duty police-
Neither would identify
I I 2 Cons of Ann Page Super Right All MeatSKINLESS
would-be agents of disorder, ex- man. 5-Oz. Cons E I IGY TO

cept to say they were members Baltimore has had two com- I Pork &Be 2 for 35c I' FRANKS Lb. Pkg. 49c 0e "Oo.C.'lj 67c195r
4 of a group "which openly advocates parable incidents in the past Coupon good through .... Q''CMLL" "
three months. 1S Sept. 5 J C.O"nD TO OAO.III
violence. I JAX. f.S.l'/ : Super Right Corn Fed Western CD f fEE
The state adjutant general, NOTICE OF A PUNIC HEARINGThe I O'" .1"1".11'1&1
"
City Plan Board will hold a Pub 1
would have a battalion of Na- lic Hearing on September 17. 1964, .tI --- ::'-=':::':' ;;: :'::::::'--:::___; SPARE RIBS Delicious & Meaty Lb. 39C rlt
this 00 P.M. In the auditorium of tne Utilities .
tional Guard alerted :
troops Operations Center, 555 Southeast5th . -\ '
weekend. Avenue Gainesville. Florida. to con J S A V E 6 & Dm
.
Bernard sider: Iy Frozen Delicious Headless
Police commissioner 1. A request by the City Planning ,. PLAID :
Schmidt said the city's 3,000 police Department to rezone from RP 1 a
(Residential-Professional) and SC a SUMPS SHRIMP Lb. 79c 5 lb. Box $3.39WIth
would be ready, "but I hopewe (Shopping Center) to BP (BusIness :
won't need them." and Professional) the proper. this: Coupon and purchase oft :

McKeldin and Tawes, In a Land ty described bounded as:by Northwest Ith = Ann Page French i HOLIDAY SPECIAL! Cabot Brand of
Briquettes
Avenue. Northwest 13th Street. .
Joint statement, said the sourceof Northwest 16th Avenue and North- U Dressing Pint Bot 33c .
their Information "has a reputation west 12th Street. Coupon good through "
Wakedrld to
2. A request by Troy
of reliability and accu- rezone from BP (Business and Sept. 5
JAX. f.S.l' /
Professional\ BA-1 (Business :
racy. Automotive. Restricted) the property e Charcoal 20lb.
They said there has been a described as: WR 89
Commence at the Southwest corner
--------------- ----
pattern In the Negro-based rioting of the Northwest A ef seetlon. 2- fi : bag
York's 10-lt, thence run east 209t 13 feet
New
that began in .
to P.0.B thence run North 22 degrees -
Harlem July 18 and exploded in 51 minutes east 18240 feet to t
the South rlght-of-way of State bbI
North Philadelphia last week. Road No. 26. thence run South 47 25 & I NEW! Sultana Brand
in the degrees. 02 minutes east 4340 feet 1
knowledgable
"Persons
along the south right-of-way ot State 1
field of planned, fomented disor- Road No. 26. thence run west 471.65 'I With this Coupon and purchase of:
.
feet to P O B I
This property Is triangular In Ann Page Chill I
shape and located West of the In- Sauce 12-Oz. Bot. 29c qt.
tersection of West University Avenue 1 Mayonnaise
Open FightOver and the Newberry Road. 1 Coupon good through 39C
3. A request by Tom Dobson to re- I I Sept. 5 I jar
zone from R-la (Single Family JAX. 951944SUMPS
UMW Residential to R-S (Multiple Family 1I
Residential High Density) theproperty -
described es:
-------------------------
Leadership nolia Lots f Park and Subdivision 10 of Block as 1 recorded of Map r- "- .. Special! Jane Porker Gold or Marble Welch's Fiesta Punch or Special! Del Monte Fruit Cocktail or .

in This Plat Book property C. page Is St.located In the -r. e Pound Cake 1-Lb. 9-Oz. 49c Welchade..3 $1 Sweet Peas 4i-Lb.conS89c
:
f MIAMI BEACH (AP-A fight West side of Northwest 14th Street i : Loaf Q t. Cans
about 240 feet South Of Northwest21st ...
ever leadership of the United Avenue. '- i
so. = Special! Jane Porker Golden Cinnamon Dad's
or Special
Mine Workers of America broke .. A request by the City Planning Libb/s

into union the opened open its Tuesday two weeks as convention the- of 43'Department nances.(the Shopping Gainesville to Center amend Code Districts Section of Ordi-SC 29-) I Mel With-0 thiS.-American Coupon and ,purchase Pimento of: ,It' Sugared Donuts BOX of u 19c Root Beer Yz Gol. Jug 39c Tomato Juice 1'Qr"0z'29c

with 2,500 delegates 5. A request by the City Planning Swiss Sliced I .
Department to amend Section 29 e_ Cheese 1 12-Oz. Pkg. 49c Special i It! Jane Parker Brown 'N' Serve Tudor- I2-Or. Bottles Special! Pickle Patch Hamburger Slieedor Whole
from 26 states attending.W. (Zoning) of the Gainesville Code Pkgs. Ctn. of
of Ordinances by the addition: of 1 itV coupons good through i= Dinner Rolls 2 29c Beer & Ale Dill Pickles
A. (Tony) Boyle, president a sub-section providing regulations s I Of 12 ::2 $1.69 !1-Pt. 6-0%. Jar 25c'JAX.
of the union, was given a band- for Cluster Developments. I f-5-1944 .
6. A request by Mrs. Fleischer to s I

playing, banner-waving ovationas under: rezone Residential from R)-la to (R Slnqi-2 (Multiple Family -I t _______________-___" ____________'___l I
the convention got Family ResidentialLow Density)

way. But opposition to him Commence the property at described the Southwest ass corner I I Special! Jane Parker Delicious Save On This Holiday Selection! FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES! I '
sparked several fist fights on the ef the Northwest Quarter (NW ,1i)
of Section 2. Township 10 South. "
and good-
convention floor one
Range 19 East, thence run East
sized free for all. I 12M28 feet; thence run North. Hits CHERRYPIES Fresh Large Vine Ripe Firm Ripe Bartlett
feet to the North Right efway
"They were pretty fired up by ef State Highway 24 thence run
all of the sign waving and bands North said Right-of-way 67 dg. 02 min.3495 War feet to along the TOMATOES LB2S. 29* PEARS 2 LBS. 29 i-

earlier," said a UMW spokes.; point of beginning} thence continue 3
North <7 deg. :M min. West along c
man. "Some of the fights were i said Right- -way 151.3 feet thence ?
caused by dissenters over the run North 11 deg. 31 mln. East 231.. Fresh Large White'"
15 feet) thence run South 60 deg. r
present leadership, and some 06 mIn. East 1$1.3 feet) thence run
II South 17 deg. 37 mln. West 21445 GRAPES LB2s 29* POTATOES & 49<
over minor things. feet to the point of beginning. All .
He said two delegates battledat lying and being In Section ?. Township OR -
10. South. Range it East Ale- Mb.
'
one point for control of the (hue County. Florida. (
microphone, and "one really This Newberry property Blvd. Is located at 4040 PEACH 8-0s. 39 ,Fresh Italian Purple Plum Jumbo Ripe Honeydew ,,t

smacked the other." 7. A request by L K. Walker to re- '
PIES PRUNES MELONS 59 Y -..
1 one from R-3 (Multiple Family I Each LB2S 29 EACH
Boyle: who has been president Residential High Density) to BR- _
2 (Retell Business) the property
since the death of Tom KennedyIn described as:

January, 1963, Is being chal- Commence corner 120 feet of North Block of 15. run theSoutheast I I A"
lenged by Steve Kochis of Bob- North 40 feet. West 100 feet I .
south DIXIELILY GRITS 24-Or. Pkg. 21c lipton minute maid < 01 can
town, Pa., leader of young min dition 40 feet.as East recorded l&O fee in!. in DB 0-118.'" INSTANT TEA 3-Oz. Jar lOc off 79c FROZEN LIMEADE .. 2 for 25c
who have staged wildcat Teals' property I Is located CIItht I' Pr'EMIl pr.Ium Mltine SOl ry Plald'StanAs'
ers West side of Northwest 1st Street SALTINES ? 1-Lb. Box 29c LIPTON LOOSE TEA ? "h.lb. Box 89c betty crocker Washington square llVi oz. J rZ -:!'
strikes in protest to automationand 110 feet North of Northwest 7th I CHERRY FUDGE CAKE MIX .... 4lc ? Gel Fine Gifts Faster
Avenue. chicken of the see LIPTON TEA BAGS 48 for only 69e 4! .
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DEAR ABBY: The letter in your column about the woman victims can't go around explaining to everyone we meet that KIN! YOREU'L RABBIT
who looked clean from the outside but who had a dirty neck'struck we are as clean as they are. Maybe cleaner. I hope you'll TURN OOTTH' ) ,a C,1

.": : close to home with me. I have a birthmark which print this, Abby. It will mean a lot to others who are em- WHAT 1S LIGHTS FIRST? ; ,,

.... covers about a third of my neck. It is a brownish discoloration barrassed by this ailment. "NEXT TO GODLINESS" YRABBTf
and everyone thinks my neck is dirty. I have been to doctors z '
..J y the dozens and they all say there is nothing they can do DEAR ABBY: About "dirty" necks: Several years ago I Z t
about it, so I should just forget it. I've tried covering it with finally gathered the courage to tell a good friend of mine to CQOO4 AIIT5 -.

make-up, but the make-up only comes off on my clothes and see to it that her youngster washed his neck:, or to wash it < k F
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it's not worth it. I now practice a bit of philosophy I learned: for him. She said it was a fading summer tan and would
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'When fate deals you a blow about which you can do nothing, soon disappear. Well, it didn't disappear, so she proceededto

....learn to live with it." .I have learned to live with my birthmark scrub the hide off the poor kid. The dirty look remained.She F c zcA. apts.
And when I first meet someone and notice them staring took him to a skin specialist and learned that the lad hada

... in disbelief at my neck, I promptly "stick my neck out" and pigmentation problem, for which there was no cure.REMEMBERS. .
""say, "No, my neck: isn't really dirty. It's a birthmark." It WELL
helps! STUCK MY NECK OUT *

DEAR ABBY: I am probably the woman who has the
I "" DEAR ABBY: I am glad you advised the woman whose "dirty" neck, so I hope you will use my letter to explain that :; DONT I'LL-GO GIT A D FE

... .friend had a "dirty" neck to skip the matter. I have had a my neck is not really dirty! The pigment is gradually disappearing : I SHORE HATE BEN I ABOUT WORRY IT. MY MAW TO COME ',! i70 ODL
"" "dirty" neck for years, only it's not the kind of dirt that can from certain areas in little patches, which gives E-c I SICK,PAW--Alt. MV HONEY POT LIVE W1F HELP US A OUT SPELLAN' E E poo

I., be removed with soap and water. It's a skin condition due the appearance of being unwashed. It is not a "disease" as ;. HOUSEHOLDCHORES' d
to a pigmentation disorder. Doctors call it "chloasma" and as such, and my doctor says there is no treatment or cure. It is =.cs KEEP PILIN UPAN -

"111'far as I know it's incurable. It seems tc appear on the logical not painful, neither is it contagious. If anyone has ever gotten rnrn yI ( / (1re
resting places for grime, such as the neck and hairline. We rid of it, I wish they'd tell me how. HAD IT FOR YEARSrv
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5:00 Q Best of Groucho dent victim Ellen Parker CD Jack La Lanne 1:30 Q CD (Color) Let's
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5:25 O Moments in Sports pregnant, and subject to Daddy O As the World Turns ({ '.\
5:30 Q Newscope epileptic seizures. O News 1:55 O CD News :

5:55 News, Weather, 9:30 O Dick Van Dyke CD (Color) Cameras 2:00 Q CD Loretta Young 11IIII4I
Sports Laura finds a note that Please O Password

6:00 O News, Sports, says Rob is in jailand 10:30 O CD (Color) Word for 2:30 Q CD DoctorsO
Weather. he is, charged with gam- Word House Party
: 6:30 Q O News-Chet bling and attempted as- O I Love Lucy 3:00 O CD Another World

Huntley, David BrinkleyO I sault. 10:55 O CD News O To Tell the Truth __
News-Cronkite 10:00 O CD Eleventh Hour 11:00 O CD Concentration 3:25 O News MISTER STAFF JUNE/ MEANWHILE,ATTHE HOTEL WHY NOT?I
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7:00 Q DeputyWestern"Hang I "The Color of Sunset." O McCoys 3:30 O CD (Color) You Don't / I KEEP THINKING MY POTHER'S V f. V$ TOLD YOU IM!
the Law." McCordis Dr. Starke suspects that 11:30 O CD (Color) Jeopardy Say z I SUPPOSE THE ONLY WAY STANDING BEHIND MEWELLTHANK / ti GIVE BUT YOU SIR..A.!KEY CAN TO f HIS BROTHER

sentenced to bang for American Communist O Pete and Gladys O Edge of Night I CAN GET TO SEE YOU BEFORE MR.SANTEll'5ROOM/ ,

shooting a man in a gun Buck Denholt's hypertensive 12:00 Q CD (Color) Say When 4:00 Q Match Game .MYNEXTAPPOINTMENTWITH THE DOC IS TO GIVE YOU A
I battle. headaches stem from O Love of Life O Secret Storm COUPLE TICKETS FORINY'SHOWTOMORROW i.
O Deputy-Western his doubts about the par- 12:25 O News CD Popeye's Pals i
: "Brand of Honesty." Ra- ty. Guest Cast includes 12:30 O Search for Tomorrow 4:25 O News NIGHT/ ; g ,t i. irl I r
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kick Miller are supposed tine Bartlett. Consequences O Burns and Allen '
J to have gone straight O Rudy Vallee 12:45 O Guiding Light CD Movie: ; -c :
O Wanted-Dead or Carol Lawrence is the 12:55 O CD News "H a n g m a n's Knot.

Alive special guest, and she 1:00 Q News, Weather ((1951)). Stars Randolph /
"The Conquerors. The sings four songs from O Midday Scott, Lee Marvin, Donna I ,
son of a wealthy banker "West Side Story." The CD (Color) TV Bingo Reed. $ 8. :
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band of marauders. original composition, com- Mr. SURE-I'M i oUICKDEARAREN'T YOU NOI JUST
Magoo's 'Voice9 Has OUST WAITING I NEED FIVEPOULARS EVEN A UTTLE. CURIOUS ASSUMED IT WAS
7:30 O O Virginian West- ics Richard Pryor and FOR MV TO KNOW WHOSE YOURS
era Dave Fisher provide the DAGWOOR WIFE BABVTHIS IS?
(Color) "Ride a Dark laughs, and other musical Spread to Two NetworksBy WiuuVOUWOtD MV s $
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Trampas came to the Shi- Tobi Reynolds, Jeff Turner CYNTHIA LOWRYAP It would] be difficult to replace ; s

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Garth kills Frank Tram- HOLLYWOOD (AP) A few he has played it since the little Z c 1 8

pas in self-defense, young 11:00 O O News months ago an NBC vice presi- fellow was created as a theater o
Trampas sets out to locate D (Color) News, dent, apparently the one in cartoon about 18 years ago. "I

and kill his father's Weather, Sports charge of station breaks, telephoned Am Magoo," he says. ==
slayer. 11:25 O Movie:
Jim Backus, the actor "The Famous Adventures ofMr.
8:30 O Donna ReedComedy"Something "The Parson of Pana- who plays the voice of Mr. Ma- Magoo" is a spinoff oMJC's
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hour comedy starring the near- Carol," in which the
the destinies of a
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sighted cartoon character."Do little character played Ebenezer ...._. .
recall their differing ver wild mining town. Char- MR5u NRENN TO MARK/ ,, ,,, -
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sions of how they met t lie Ruggles, Ellen Drew, Scrooge. During the next few PATSY IF EVERYBODY IN THE WORLD
make
the studio and voice-over
I on a blind date. Philip Terry. ((80 min.) months he'll be playing Rip Van H WELL NOWI-16UE5S THE TITANIC YOU, WERE AGAINST n-! BUT TO HATE TO
for the end of
9:00 O Espionage-Drama 11:30 O CD Tonight promotion your Winkle, Friar Tuck, Long John "C BEST WEDDING PRESENT I CAN ? WRENN'YKEPREflDGfT -.. 1 "TO THINK I'D BUILT A WALL BETWEEN :
I "A Free Agent." Switzer THURSDAY show telling the audience to Silver, all the seven dwarfs, HAND YOU TWO&M/WORD TOT I DOPEy A GIRL AND HER.MOTHER.

land is a lovely spot for a Morning and Afternoon stay tuned to 'Kentucky Don Quixote, Captain Kidd, Cy HL BE HAPPIER TO HAVE A GOLF l T THEONIY .
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scenery. Cast include s 6:45 O Pastor's Study The vice president, obviousl of seven survivors of a shipwreck ; QI ., u p,
Anthony Quayle, Siai CD (Color) Hi, Neighbor shaken, murmured that he'd gel t lone who continues to live ;in 1o L oooo:;
Phillips and Norman Fos- 6:50 O Farm and Home back to Backus. He never did. countryclub style in spite of ; Ft atoooO
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asking for more. 9:00 O Divorce Court rival network. 11 years ago with "I Married SdME WOW? _OYbR AN'P,USTEMNfi WATE2S A AAAYPAY'WITHOUT ONE ID SHARE IT/

; O Ben Casey"A O Bachelor Father This makes Backus televi- Joan," in which he played r

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I II WASHINGTON Little by I the advice of Senators, Congressmen cry one. The list had been extended -'dent had added the Washington W STAKTWS TO out INSPECTION 6ARRACKS 1.AV DAY J Y +1W I IEt

little* the story is being revealed businessmen, and to include 136 Mayors, telephone book to his lists I= RAIM
as to how President John. Governors. 230 state legislators, 590 county of prospects. I<
:son chose Sen. Hubert Hum- Every once in a while he chairmen, and everyone who But he was, till depending' on 1
.jhrey as his runningmate.. wandered over to the White had contributed more than a Bobby Kennedy to come up
We now can tell the whole House fence and asked a tourist thousand dollars to the Democratic with a man.
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lathe beginning. all the polls be. It was a big decision and' He called up Mr. Kennedy convention? the President heard!''I'
indicated "that. no matter who he hated to make it alone. again. "Bobby, it's getting near the Postmaster-General Gron-
Johnson ran with;--he would As time went on the list got the time. Ah sure could use ouski had told a friend Jokingly -]!,i Iii t tI
lose votes. So he decided-to.run onger. He let it be kno',n that TOUT help in this matter." he wouldn't mind the Vice-I I II I
alone. But he needed a legal 'Senators, '24 .Governors. 134 Presidential spot The Presi- q
said "Mr. President
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ruling on it So he called the Congressmen, 50 women and dent hates to be pushed so he ... -
I'm stuck. You need a
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Attorney General, Robert 12( Secret Service men were eliminated his entire Cabinet! f#
Kennedy and said, "Babby, being considered for man who's held important gov- rM TERRIBLY WOOeJEP ABOUT > 5E A
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ernment office, is known tc the: race. rM SORRY TO PI5TUKB cobtE IN, GARY 3AYE. IM AFRAID IIE's GOING MAYBE >nu DCIId* THE <"w OF KZt4O.
can you tell me if Ah need a, the office. American public has traveled Up until convention time YOU AT THIS LATE HOAR, PATTI,' TO GET IN SERIOUS TROUBLE... THE BOY5 ANP W A CALL ON THIS OATCn : PLEASURE,
Vice-Presidential candidate on And every day he called., the President still had no idea 1 JUDGE.F'ARKER.BUT I AMP ALL BECAUSE OP ME. 6RING WM IRE 5O I CAM SLAVE AI asIAUST
abroad and has r 'TEK
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"That's a shame. You don't; "I'm racking my brain, sir, Mrs. Johnson, she said to him, < -- I
lave any suggestions, do you?" but I just can't think of any.- "Well, keep trying the Pres- "You know Lyndon, we owe i
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with somebody, let me know." newspaper friends, Pentagon l the President's office. Each one don't have time to have dinner i
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known that the President talked firm of Haskins and Sells. They:r the final decision was madehe tell you what, Lady Bird, Ahllmake ::JP iV'J
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3 This Is the conclusion of a tians alive at that moment will the Son of Man coming in a ,except it be for fornication, Yes-all over the world. The pions of religious liberty, they
; two-part article on "What be "caught up together with cloud with power and great :and shall marry another com- foreign mission budget for 1960 fought-and helped to ddeat-
S + 1 Is a" Seventh day Adven- them in the clouds, to meet the glory" (Luke 21:25-27)). mitteth adultery: and whoso was $16,729,066. Throughout the the calendar reformers before
L the dst, nation's in the Sun's series on Lord in the air" (I Thessalonians WHAT OURRELIGIONS Seventh day Adventists believe marrieth her which is put away world, they employ 48,890 full- the League of Nations in 1931
major faiths, 4:16-17). another striking sign is I doth commit adultery" (Mat- time workers 18,362 in direct and later.
"
What Our
Religions Are. The effect of Christ's coming F the amazing multiplication of in- thew 19:9)). evangelistic service and 30,528 They are opposed to all re

By ARTHUR S. MAXWELL upon unbelievers is described, ventions that have changed Seventh day Adventists be- in publishing, medical and edu- ligious legislation such as "blue
N Seventh-day Adventists believe, man's whole way of life. This :lieve that this counsel is very cational institutions. They issue laws." They are ardent supporters -
What do ,Adventists believe in Revelation 6, where they are ARE unprecedented increase of know-I clear and that members who publications in 228 languages. of the principle of churo"

pictured as fleeing from His ledge, with multitudes running :knowingly depart from it should and state. They publish tht
about Christ's
return?
r The word "Adventist" indicates presence, only to be destroyedby to and fro, was prophesied; to not continue in the fellowship Seventh-day Adventists carryon quarterly Liberty magazine, da
"the brightness of His com occur in the "time of the end" of the Church. a large health and medical voted exclusively to the preservation
this phase their of special Christian concern teach for ing" (II Thessalonians 2:8): ). (Daniel 12:4): ). work alongside their evange-I and extension of religious
Still another sign is the mor- What is the attitude of Ad- listic activities. They have a liberty. .
!, ing. From their study of the
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: Bible, they have become Do Seventh-day Adventists r upon the unrepentant (Revelation Jesus Christ In sincerity. al collapse so evident in social ventists toward drinking and chain of sanitariums, hospitals, o
t: not only that Christ convinced is believe in a millennium? l 20)). and political life today. smoking? and clinics in all the principal Do Adventists believe in life
i coming but that He is coming Yes. They believe that the After that, Seventh-day Ad- What makes Adventists think Everybody admits that the moral No Senventh day Adventist countries of the world. Patients after death?
'fi soon. They believe He will come followers of Christ who are :ventists believe, the earth will Christ is coming soon? I underpinnings of Western drinks alcoholic beverages or treated annually total some 3-, Yes. But they hold that life
] personally, exactly as He went raised, or translated, at His second be purified by fire and re-cre- The signs of the times. Notably civilization are giving way. smokes tobacco. 000,000. comes only from Christ, the
away (Acts 1:11)). coming will live and reign II ated at the command of Christ certain developmentsamong And while there is still They accept at face value i source of life. No one, they
I Christ's second coming will "with Christ a thousand years"Revelation 'into the eternal home of His re- the nations and in the much outward show of reli- Paul's statement that man's Are Adventists interested in assert, can have eternal life
I i climax a sequence of stupendous ( 20:4)). However, deemed. "The eyes of the blind social, economic, and religious gion, there is little inward body is the "temple of the Holy welfare work? apart from Christ.
'. events-political and religious they believe this reign will take shall be opened, and the ears life of the massesincludingthe piety or spiritual power. This Spirit." Believing this, they refrain Man by himself Is mortal,
-which will involve the place in heaven, not on earth, I of the deaf shall be unstopped"Isaiah invention of the hydrogen too, Seventh-day Adventists be- from all harmful indulgences Very much. Most churches subject to death. Only Christcan
have a Dorcas Society, which is make him immortal. And
lieve, was forecast by the which might weake their
f entire which will remain a desolated, ( 35:5) "And there shall bomb.
population of the globe efficiency and the of active in caring for the local immortality, says the Bible,
j wilderness throughout be no more death, neither sorrow Apostle Paul to happen in "the sincerity
and mark the end of the world, depopulated As never before, a great needy and in projects of wider will not be conferred until the
their
this period.At nor crying, neither shall last days" (II Timothy 3)). witness, as workers for
or age, as we know it today. fear grips the nations-fear of significance. At strategically resurrection at the second com
In that day, when "the Lord the close of the millennium, there be any. more pain" (Revelation war, fear of inflation, fear of God.They are also motivated bya located welfare centers, at ing of Christ in glory.
11 21:4)) Do Seventh-day Adventistsset
I Himself shall descend from heaven the earth will again become a
atomic annihilation. And this home and overseas, Seventh- Adventists hold
regard for the that Seventh-day
Then all sorrows will be over, a time for Christ to come? example
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with a shout, with the scene of great activity, with the fear is driving men, in their true Christians should set be- day Adventists stockpile Quan- that the ancient supposition that
and all man's brightest hopes No. Nor have they ever doneso.
I voice of the and with resurrection of the wicked, the
Archangel" will be realized. This will be search for security, to combine They accept Christ's state- fore others who do not acknowl- tities of clothing and bedding people go to heaven or hell im-
4 the trump of God, the gravesof return of the righteous from into massive confederacies which for in- infiltration
as edge Christ, and in particular, are kept ready mediately upon death is an
last not
"heaven on earth" at ment, "Of that day and hour
all God's children heaven the setting of the
will be ,
up foreshadowed in Bible prophe- stant shipment to disaster of mythologyinto
before children and pagan
only for Seventh-day Adventistsbut knoweth no man, no, not the youth
earth and
' opened the "dead in Christ"shall New Jerusalem on areas. Christian Bible
for all who love the Lord cies.This angels of heaven, but my Father sHow theology.
f rise, and all true Chris- the execution of final judgment
tragic situation, Seventh- only" (Matthew 24:36)). How- many Seventh-day Adventists An unusual phase of Seventh- teaching on its subject, they
day Adventists believe, was predicted ever, they give special force to are there? day Adventists' welfare workis claim, is as clear as daythatthe
: KennedyGets by Christ Himself when, His declaration, "When ye shall In December, 1960 the total I their interest in prisoners in dead are asleep until the
About the Author enumerating the signs of His see these things come to pass, number of baptized membersin I state penitentiaries. Wherever glorious return of Jesus Christas

Arthur S. Maxwell, has been editor of Signs of second coming, He said, "There know that it is nigh, even at North America was 332,364;I arrangements can be made, King of Kings and Lord ol
HisNomination shall be the earth they visit inmates, conduct religious Lords. Then, but not until then,
the Times, leading evangelistic journal of the upon the doors" (Mark 13:29): ). the world total was 1,245,125. In
Seventh-day Adventists, for over twenty-five distress of nations, with per- addition, many thousands who I I services, distribute lit- will final rewards and punishments
years. He is the author of more than ninety plexity; men's hearts fail- What is the Adventist posi- have accepted the teachings of erature, and generally spreadthe be meted out.
t books, some of which (stories for children) have ing them for fear, and for look tion regarding divorce? the Church are awaiting bap- hope of the Gospel..
} been translated into twenty-three languages.Four ing after those things which are Briefly, it is the Biblical position tism. NEXT-"What Is a Unitar
of his children are ordained ministers in Nrni flnrk tRim coming on the earth: for the enunicated by Jesus 0 Do Adventists believe in re- ian" Part I.

the Seventh-day Adventist Church. NEW YORK (AP-Atty.) Gen. powers of heaven shall be shaken. Christ when He said, "Whoso- Do Seventh-day Adventists ligious liberty? (c. 1963-64 by Cowles Magazines -
Robert F. Kennedy was nominated And then shall they see ever shall put away his wife, have missionaries? They certainly do. As cham- and Broadcasting, Inc.)

for senator Tuesday by
the Democratic state conven-

Radiation Helps tion.Kennedy, who at 38 years of

age is beginning his first i
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crushed his only opponent Rep. F
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Sfaro ftnrfe m'tmtl1I' > ed on the distinctive radioactive -Stratton's 153 on the first ballot.

I I By EDWARD T. O'TOOLE characteristics possessedby Then the band swung into
> each of the 103 elements. "When Irish Eyes Are Smile
; GENEVA A new method The barium atom, for example -'ing," and the attorney general,
of crime detection based on has radioactive properties grinning broadly, went before :i.jt: .w ? --
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atomic radioactivity has been which differ from the hy- the shouting, singing, perspiring u- -
developed to a point where thee drogen atom, the hydrogenatom delegates to accept the
process is now accepted as legal from the oxygen atom, nomination.He I
I I evidence in United States and so on. made a point of replying LEaU JUICY
courts, according to a report In effect, each atom is potentially -to charges of his detractors, FRUITS
submitted to the United Nations ; a' tiny little broadc a s t Republic and Democrat ie HERETURKEYS J
f Atoms-for-Peace Conference by station, with the atoms of different who have been describing him ELBERTA
an American scientist. elements broadcasting for weeks as an interlope from
to The detection system, called on different frequencies when Massachusetts interested onlyin PEACHES 2 lb. 29$
r "neutron activation a n a properly stimulated. To provide establishing a new base of A .lb. 39
lysis," makes possible police this stimulus, a nuclear political power here. f,7Hilsr.-G . : WHITE SEEDLESS
-I identification of infinitesimally generator directs a stream of "My candidacy establish e s GRAPES..lb.19
t small bits of evidence-so small neutrons at the substance being no precedent, the attorney gen
as to be invisible under the' tested. eral said, piercing the air with Whole FRYERS 1 r. A !b. 29 FLA. AVOCADO
Si j,\ !. most powerful microscope. If it is a piece of clothingworn : his right forefinger in a manner 1 :;
A tiny bit of gunpowder on by a suspected burglar,I reminiscent of President PEARS . 2 for 29 a murderer's hand, a fleck of his clothing will have collect. Kennedy. "The first senator
SUNKIST
: paint on a burglar's clothing ted submicroscopic particles oj f: from New York, Rufus King, Sliced BACON 49
from a jimmied door, an iota of other substances which he may:, was from Massachusetts &... .I.b: LEMONS . doz. 250
" grease from a hit-and-run driv- have brushed against. Each oj: he served the state well.
I er's automobile, a particle of the elements in the particl fs Kennedy served notice thai

i a rapist's hair clutched in the will, when stimulated, emi t t he will attempt to picture his FRANKS 2 '-89*
l, victim's hand-the atomic de.I atomic energy on its unique fre. opponents, Sen. Kenneth B ttr"st": . . .
tective will search them out quency. The emissions are the I Keating, a Republican and SPECIAL VALUESu.
and provide positive identification identified and measured b y Henry Paolucci, a Conservative
when compared with the gamma ray spectrometry.A as the creatures of Sen. Bar) U. S. GOOD & CHOICE GRADES BEEF No. 1 IrishPotatoes
I, i original source. thief who burglarized a California -. Goldwater, even thougl
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It I Dr. Vincent P. Guinn, who jewelry store recentl y Keating has refused to endorse 10 59Yellow
described the detection system was convicted when police prov,. Goldwater. lb.
1 to the 3,500 scientists and indus ed his clothing was carrying in- Should Kennedy be electee '
ROUND STEAK 89'
( ; trial observers attending the dividual paint residues whic} this fall, his family would become . . b
i 10-day atomic energy conference were identical in composition tc o the first ever to hav<

f' t said the system alreadyhas those inside the store. sent three brothers to the Sen, Onions . . 3 lb.. 25
proved itself in testing The same detection metho(1 ate. Edward M. Kennedy i; I
supplied by the Los used during the CUBED STEAKS 89C
samples was investigation now a senator from Mas
. . Tetley
) Angeles and San Diego police of the murder of President sachusetts, as was Presiden:
..J crime cases. Kennedy to link the gu 1 Kennedy before entering tin *
Ii- The analytical method i is bas- to the killer. White House in 1960. SIRLOIN STEAKS -98* Instant Tea '.-. 75

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Thorobreds C and S Band M

COFFEE 1-lb. Corn RELISH
1605 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-i. f1I'
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59c or more) 1 15c 8-oz.

TIRE SALE!

BIRDS EYEMIXED COLD MEDAL
Tub Typ Tint Un. Second Lint Third Line

6.70x15Tubtltis Black 13.95 11.95 7.95 VEGETABLES, 10-oz. MIX 2 FLOUR 49

a 6.00x13 11.75 CHOPPED BROCCOLI, 10-oz.
LB. BAG
6.50x13 12.50 'EM for 5
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t 8.00x14 15.95 14.95 10.95 45
t 8.50x14 17.95 15.95 SUCCOTASH, 10oz.up


t TIRES BALANCED 99c plus weights Apple Cherry Peach


i co.'s Instant and credit department to all 'oil Wheel Bearings Cleaned & Repacked 99c GARDEN: FRUIT PIES 3 for 1,00. MEADEILLIAM

store courtesy cards. BRAKES ADJUSTED . . . 99c

!: No Down Payment ALIGN FRONT END . . .$6.95 GARDENMR.WINTER MEAT PIES 5 fat 89

Ho interest Camber Caster & Toe In.
10 Months to Pay =
+ French FRIES 2 for 19
ALL TIRES PLUS TAX AND TIRE OFF YOUR CARr ;.G. 1
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11 FEMALE HELP I

People in the News COUNTER GIRLS for

CLASSIFICATIONINDEX cleaning plant. 3444 W. Unlversj
:L: ty Ave. Phone 376-9309.
BOSTON AP Sen. Ed- 161.74 miles hour In Cor-
: .. : ( ) per a WAITRESS good hours, good pay ,'

& c :. ward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., vette. When he blacked out Apply Wonderhouse Restaurant
14 SW\ 1st St. Behind Sears. fr
THERE
hospitalized with a broken back, again that night, jet-car speed ANNOUNCEMENTS HOUSEWIVES "\ 't

( will be helped in his re-election record holder Craig Breedlove Kids In school soon? Going to have
1 In Memortam some spare time? Chrlstmai .;;
campaign by the man he defeated drove[ him to a hospital. coming up before you can hardly -"
2 Card of Thanks
in bitter 1962 turn around. Need extra money 't
a primary fight.
ThCUfltVeZtt Inn ,
4 Personalized Services children We need ladies for
Edward J. McCormack Jr., own race cars and holds nearly j,' ::'J-r"" part time employment. 20 hrs.
5 Travel Information
week, Jl-25 hr. Your
nephew of U.s. House Speaker 200 land speed records, said: "I 6 Special Notices age per is no barrier per If you are

John W. McCormack, said Tues- wanted to drive in the (Indi- 7 Florists over Corp.30. The office Professional is In Poom Insurance 205

C day, "We're good friends, and anapolis) 500 more than any 8 Baby Sitters Child Cart representative Baird Hdwe. will Bldg.be and in hiring from

as a friend and as a Democrat, thing, but I guess if it wasn't tobe Places Things To To SeeAUTOMOTIVE Go And (.30 to 10:30 each morning or

I II I want to see the senator elect- it just wasn't to be." IS. call 37 -848S for an appointment.
I WANTED experienced waitress.
ed. Apply Humpty Dumpty Restaurant -
I
% U.N. 310 NW 13th St.
NEW YORK (AP) -
is in New England WANTED saleslady must have Jewelry
t. Kennedy 76 Airplane Sales-Rentals -
"Gainesville's Finest"The xd Secretary-General U thant is store experience & references.
j 78 Trucks
for Sale
Baptist Hospital recoveringfrom position good
back at his desk today followinga Steady salary.
79 Trucks Wanted Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co.
in
suffered a plane
injuries
four-day trip to Europe. 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals WANTED experience waitresses -
place to meet crash June 19. He is not expected 12 Trailer Rentals ''' all shifts. Larry's Restaurant
several 1225 W. Univ Ave.
be released for
to AP Vice 83 Motorcycles & Scooters
Va.
NORFOLK, ( ) CURB WAITRESSES day and
t friends months. Adm. Elton W. Grenfell was U Automobile Repairs night shift, top wages. ApplyIn
85 Automobiles for SaleM person, Jerry's Restaurant,
presented the Distinguished 2310 S. W. 13th St.

I SALT LAKE CITY, Utah Service Medal and Swap CarsEDUCATIONAL SECRETARY WANTED Must be
a presidential -
AP Millionaire auto racer proficient in shorthand and typ
( ) -
t- groups I citation Tuesday. WORTHWHILE ing. Salary commensurate with
I Mickey Thompson, hospitalizedwith experience and ability. Scruggs
trouble IS Schools & Instruction & Carmichael. 3 SE 1st Avenue,
clubs for lunch and dinner heart ,
suspected Grenfell, cited as the man 19 Music. Dancing Ph. 3765242.INSURANCE .

wishes "the good Lord had seen who activated the Polaris sub- 20 Wanted-Instruction secretary bookkeeper -

fit to wait until after next year's marine program and for merito- with .typing Reply shorthand.box 569-A& experience COO

Carriage Indianapolis race to have this rious service retired Tuesdayas Gainesville Sun listing name.
I I EMPLOYMENT age martial status experience & 1
happen. commander of the Atlantic qualifications enclosing a recent

t Thompson, 24, blacked out Fleet Submarine Force after 38 17 Work Wanted Male snapshot.
16 Work Wanted Female WANTED: Clerk typist High School
Steak Room last week after streaking acrossUtah's years of Navy service., 14 Sales Help Wanted graduate. Alert. Pleasant. Consci-
Bonneville salt flat at entious. Neat. SVi day. 40 hr.
13 Help-Male or Female wk. Phone Mrs. Stewart, FR 2-

I .......... 12 Male Help Wanted 5301.
.. '. Have through life Dramatic
you gone
.. '. MATURE woman for Doctor's office
I'. CIIoIII............ thinking that zebras are black 11 Female Help Wanted ; bookkeeping typing recep
Lunch tionist. Past experience helpfuL -
I Special from include full details In let \
frd with white ? Well
stripes you'rewrong. FARMS & LIVESTOCK ter. Reply to box 570-A care of

r They are white with Gainesville Sun.
'
$1.25 .. ..W fI.1IW a 26 Farm Equipment WANTED experienced Legal Secretary -
Immediatelyfor
black stripes. to begin work
27 Feed S. Fertilizer
.
.. .. Senior Partner. Salary com-
Noon Two P.M. I 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 28 Livestock & Supplies munsurate with experience and
; NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 29 Landscaping Top Soil ability. Fringe benefits: Blue
III $ -- and I ALSO IN OCALA REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Cross and Blue Shield. For Inter.
I I Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Statutes 30 Pets & Supplies view contact E. A. Clayton or
FiveP.M.lZMidniteCocktails I notice is hereby given that the undersigned 31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL James E. Clayton. Phone 372-9591.
SUBURBIADRIVEIN desiring to engage in busi- MAID. Mon. & Fri. 9 AJIA. to
ness under the fictitious name of Knotts' references &
: 5:30 P.M. Require
Bar located at 616 N. W. 13th Street .
376.1021.COMBINATION
health card.
: in the City of Gainesville Alachua Coun-
: Yr Eleven A.M.-Two A.M. THEATRE grill cook and waitress -
ty Florida intends to register the said M Business Opportunities READING
.._-- FIRST TIME name with the Clerk of the Circuit hours 6 to 2. Call Tom
Court of Alachua County Florida. 57 Money to Loan Sawyer Motor Inn 372-1443.

dancing : 7:30 DATED at Gainesville Florida!: this 31st 58 Mortgages WANTED part time secretary. 4
I jj 1 day of August A. D., 1964.S 59 Money WantedMERCHANDISE hours daily 5 days week. Must
J\ '-i--_ Bobby Griffin Combo IT'S ( ) WILLIAM F. KNIGHT JR. be experienced. Call Boy's Club.
I (S) MARY EVELYN KNIGHT FR 25341. 9 AM to 12 Noon for
> \ Richard Parker Orch. HAYLEYI BATES & JONES appointment.
Attorneys at Law
WAITRESSES WANTED Manor
Coats & Ties Please 11 West University AvenueP. ,
Restaurant. Apply in person 2325
O. Box 396 61 Wanted to Buy
W. University Ave.
Gainesville. Florida 62 Machinery & Tools 1-
(3582) 9:2, 9,16.23 ., EXPERIENCED woman to take
U.S. 441 South Phone FR 2-6333 63 Building Materials -:- care of baby & light housekeeping !
64 Household Goods 4 days a week. Own trans- ,
portation. References. 374-8951 ,
65 Antiques

66 Misc. For Salt NEED SCHOOL

r 67 Trading Post 1

1 I IilsshN B1tlMf H/ TMEATAtAo.fwR.20 68 Articles Wanted FUNDS? ,;

69 Fuel Oil & Woods IN Housewives like yourself ore
fRi MLAST b..
70 Boats Marine Equip. earning good income

2 TIMESOPEN 71 Camp Hunt Fish representing Avon Cosmetics.

':45 SEE BOTH LATE 72 Office Equipment Openings now available for

I A Financing Plan for Every Need JQI SHOW 7.21 AS 9.1J 73 Musical Merchandise qualified women. Write i
FIRST AREA RUN AVON P.O. Box 448,
7.20 a10.4S Gainesville or call I I FR

: REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 2-0421.

IslandtJB1P
j ti-J9l 32 Mobile Homes for Sale 12 Male Help Wanted

i 33 Lots for Sale

__ ; 34 Waterfront Property Gainesville WAITERS Country Club.

35 Houses for Sale Apply office 9 AM to 6 PM

II Nn y alliu rdu OiailiAos Grk Jolph iwftIAI 36 Cottages for Sale No phone calls

Onto es.owl hl4al., 37 Real Estate Exchanged Grill man can earn MS a week.
COLOR THE Experienced. Apply in person. 14
: Q 1 38 Real Estate Wanted S. W. lit St. behind $faars. 1
I Out of Town Property
-2nd Feature- 2ND LAFF HIT 9:15 39 CARRIER BOYS between 12 & 15
40 Business Properties yrs. old needed for paper routeIn

"TORPEDO TpiryA Christine 41 Residential Income the N.E. and N.W. Sections. t
i Wonderful experience for your ,
42 Farms & Acreage son daily contact with the public -

' i' I BAY"James ..QiptisKaufinannWild \ 43-1 Colored Property Sales prepares him for a leading role
In his future. For more Information ,
'r 3 call Gainesville Sun Circulation -
: Wonderful'llfonsieurCognacJ
Mason Lilli Palmer and RENTALS Dept. 372-8441. ,
.. "
..J R.fs I i.. ill EastmaaSl FULL TIME meat cutter, honest
Special Feature
COLOR 43 Colored Property Rentals reliable & dependable. Apply In
WALT DISNEY'SlIThe' !! 44 Cottages for Rent person. East Side Market. 1424

: t ti Horse STARTS FRIDAYLEE 45 Furnished Apts. Hawthorne Rd.

MARVIN 46 Unfurnished Apts. DISH WASHER good salary. Apply
WITH THE ANGIE DICKINSON Wonderhouse Restaurant. U SW
I 47 Houses for Rent SUN
Fum.
1st St. Behind Sears.
r Flying Tail"II "THE KILLERS"Back 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
FULLTIME salesman wanted. Retail -
,
I 49 Rooms for, Rent
II-- .. clothing and furnishings. Experience -
--- 50 Mobile Homes necessary In retail sell-
i 51 Misc. Rentals Ing. Salary commensurate with
Because We Think It's Truly A Fine Picture ability and experience. SV4 day
51A Wanted To Rent week, insurance benefits. Write

Academy Award Winner ENDS 52 Boarders Wanted resume to box 461-A to arrangefor

SAT: 53 Office Desk Space personal interview.IF .

.. 54 Business Rentals you have aspirations of owning
::'
f your own home. Cadillrc boat
: f1ILiI1 u' Sid.2e 6 summer cabin; and art willIng -
i '. SERVICE to put out so yau can en-
= '. In life
'- toy these good things
:
.', POJ..tleL 22 Special Services while you are still able to. or
If you have reached the end of
ii '
23 Home Improvements WANTADS the promotional trail in your
t", 1I 24 Radio & TV Service present occuaption. or you desire
: .-3 '" to enter profession
a prestige
;
2S Appliance & FumltureWANTAD j
11 .lElS Jflf} 1fJJ' with membership !'n Chamber
J : : of Commerce. Country Club.
.. I civic groups and be on important
tIb1e RATESPH.
.. ,t.r @ community committees you
Professional
should contact the
..
Insurance Corp in Room 201
AT 3728441for
.
.. JlieJ.rf1LFRank ciiii Baird Hdwe. Bldg. I 30 to 10:30
.... 11-3-5-7 & 9 s A.M. or phone 374-8485.

.. Professional Is an old line legal
Classified Reserve Company with horn offices
OnlyDEADLINES
In Jacksonville and Is expanding .
its operations through
several states Promotions and
Dean Income unlimited but v e need
Ii\ : Tues. thru FrL papers men immediately to fill vacancies
) created by promotions and
: 5:30 p.m. Day before publication expansion. We have:

.. $SinaTRamanDn 1. A highly salable product

For ads to go In Sun. paper- 2. A market
3. A generous commission &
overwrite
12:00 s.m. Sat.
.f es. 4. Unlimited advancement opportunity
:. -- For ads to go In Mon. paper-
: .- 5. Integrity & backing unsurpassed
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NEW f and the wild idea of 1 p.m. Sat.Minimum.
WE NEED
YOUI
1 ( ad 4 lines) Announcements

the Draftsmen full time. Permanent po
Robin Hood
f doing
ASSOCIATESric FAMILY RATES 3 LOST & FOUND sltion. Experience In civil engI-
1 neering. Drafting required. Five
...........
legend in Chicago's 1 Insertion 34c line FOUND brown hound with collar day a week 2 weeks paid vaca
but no name had litter of pup. tion. Group life and hosp'talization !
'e wildest 3 Insertions .......... 22c line pies Thursday. Owner pleas call available. For appointmentcall
FR 2.5175, FR 22591.
_. Insertions .......... 17c line
I ,... ,,, era. 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICEWANTED WANTED one second cook and one
....... .
12 Insertions 14c line dishwasher. Apply to Hotel Thomas -
i place to board horse j/\ in person. 615 N.E; 2nd St.
: Total charge computed by N.W. or S.W. area. INSURANCE SALESMAN, over 21,
FINANCING PLAN : ; w. multiplying total lines x rate Call 372-9661 with car. Commissions & partial
earned x number of insertions. expenses Included. Reply box M9-
KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON A c Gainesville Sun listing
i Five letter words per line Beauty on a Budget name age, marital status exper
All work guaranteed ience & qualifications enclosing
Perm. 15 up Sham-set $1.50 up a recent snapshot.
.. 8 Point 14 E. Univ. Ave. 372.7724
: Open nights by appt. YOUNG MAN

I provides money for 3 of the most important Sam. as 2 lines ordinary type LEARN_ TO to DRIVE special_attention from school 19 graduate to 23 yrs.with of average age, high or

nervous or elderly.
better grades for full time perm
Easy Way Driving School. FR
12 pointSame 7.TOO? tic by Stale of Fla anent position as salesman In our
expenditures of young American families s. Men's department. Apply personnel
: as 3 lines ordinary type office Wilson's Department
8 Baby Sitters Child Care Store.


:Medical home furnishings home improvements now you can a 18 PointSame EXCELLENT home. References.child! are Phone Pr Fa.v a I.- ROUTE company.salesman Must be for bondable soft ,drink age

1 meet all your family needs-all at once-with the Associates Family Rx .r ., ri 2380._ 25-tt.weekdays.Phone FR Mill f to.
4 line ordinary typePoint
as
I Growth Financing Plan. We'll combine all your costs into one convenient RELIABLE child care in my TWO reliable milking machine op-
home. FR 23154. erators. must know how to take
monthly payment-eliminate multiple interest charges. _
COMPETENT cart of pipe line Apply at Car.

The Associates let you grow and build your future now; you pay com h 24 for home children at fop SE mother reasonable 1st Ave.will In Phone car.her leton Ph. 48V.23O.Dairy Farms, Hawthorne.

fortably,while your income grows. This"Look-Ahead Borrowing" principlecan fiOBiNanD1IE as 5 lines ordinary type FR 6.4481.KIDDIE ._ HOUSING project labor for entral -

cut interest. KORT CHILD cleaning. 44 hr. week.
your payments save you CARE YOUNG AMERICA HOMES
Day wtu or mo. Old Newberry 1603 NE
There are over 600 Associates offices coast-to-coast. One is near you. Rd. Planned programs. Pick up 3Cm Ave. 372-4404

Stop in phone or write and ask our manager about this unique financing r 36 PI.Same school at Uttlewood Can FR and 2-M47.TerwUIIoer WANTED sInGing In anyone gospel Interested quartet. Aft.S

plan. You'll get immediate, confidential service with low monthly pay- TINY er 5.30 P.M. 377-9611.

menu designed for situation. .." TOT WANTED 4 MEN
: your ufifii>er>.. Same as 7 lines ordinary type PLAY SCHOOL to work with large Eastern electrical
concern in the Gainesville
&f E1UUH9 Visit see for yourself. area. High commissions we fur
TIle GainesviDe Sun will not be 24 SE Vtt FR #7806. man leads Age 23-40 neat hi ap
L\ responsible for more than one RELIABLE pearance, car Mcesary No experience
sitter
: ASSOCIATES incorrect Insertion nor will It for infants wishes to cart needed we train you.
children.
or Reason.
) : I be liable for any error to advertisement able. References. Call FR <-38 7. Call Mr. Haney. MOIL. Wedand
to a greater extent FrL only at FR 2-0500 between f
FINANCE, INC. .BmD than the cost of the space occupied CHILD CARE In private home. La- and 10 A.M Scott. Falter Carp.
: cited 1 bat from GAINESVILLE
: o JQ
the Item
by In the
\ advertisement. High ScnooL Large fenced In yard CARPENTER ft ROOFER. Pnortt
,, No adjustment will .. play area. Limit 4 children. after 9 FM. ONLY 3714481..
be made as error that do not Rates

: 1321 N. Main Street, GAINESVILLS...371.2551. ; STARTS CROSBY the materially advertisement.effect the value of references.very 2 reasonable.yrs. grade Excellent school WHITE old to MALE work married grill fix 20-23 drinks yrs.
teacher, S yr*. summer recree-
r work cash register etc. Na experience
I I TOMORROWIN tion work. im NW 12th Tef. necessary. Starting saW

The Gainesville Sun WILL teeD children in home nave ary W per wk. Night work.CaJJ
TECHNICOLOR
reserves ..
II. 372-0924 tor appt. Sandwich Inn.
the privilege of revising or ,.-
j ,; '
iectmg any advertisement which Cotl FR 2-6242. Man over age 25, married who
LAST DAY it deems objectionable wants to get ahead to retail
and to
"
; 'I( ;.. ; .rsa.no.. "HOW THE WEST I change the classification of any 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED ....... Salary of ids weekly at

.:.t :.. 'If : Sun Want..Ads Get :Results : WAS WON" advertisement from that ordered vov tart",can with make raise Hw fa>gr.de.40 days Apply If
__ '. to conform to the policy of thepaper. CURS GIRL$ and trniW* betp ne& in own handwriting giving expea.

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12 Mole! Help Wanted 31 Mobil Homes For Sal 34 Waterfront PropertyOVER 35 Houses for Sole 35, Houses for Sale -.-.. -w

AARON
IAN wanted for 'local wholesale 30 acres of lake tront many BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH: $$$ NEW 3 Bedroom CCB: tile bath.
milk route. Must be married. WYATT- bearing pecan trees. Also S fur. By Investing In a U. S. Steel Home carport end utility room. S9. OG. REL.I vt CR'ME.
bondable. previous experience. age nlshed houses with dock and deep built In this area by $250 down. S&i month. Phone FR 1.
11-35 and high school grduatiVreferred. well pump. Many extras. On ALACHUA HOMES INC. 23353: days. A P Co E. 5 R t V t I"

Apply 204 S. W. Sth Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis Phone 376-0630 ACROSS TON o. G:
il4R A to
Trailer SalesHome Jewelry Co. Model Home Opening every Sun. 1.24sheetsof 34. Bib.pro
St. from 1 P.M. S P.M. beginning MCKINNEYGREEN EER TIut.g
R
ST. AUGUSTINE OCEANFRONT noun
WANTED service station man of August 14. 3331 N.W. 28 PL paper
white or colored. Must be able Pacemaker Mobile Homes 3 ocean bedroom.front 2 lot bath only cottage S 14.750 on 100'V Compare cost with aU other 3 b.\sdusecI 35.Token of S T: R Alp GAT p ic.
to qualify. Apply In person. Cros- Shasta and Alrstream bedroom 2 bath, fully air condohomes. '
bys Gulf Station. 931 W. Univ. Travel Trailers 600 down balance $89 per month. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY DEATONREALTORS : basketry victory 1IICAIPJAriGAv I

Ave. Ocala's Dealer First- Since Mobile 1948 Homo ST. AUGUSTINE REALTY TIME."" 'f. 12. Subject to 37. Hoodwinked A B A IRE T H f. R 5

COLORED About 30 hr. week. ... 13.Melodic
as waiter-bus boy. Must be neat. 1923 Silver Phone Springs 429-1351 Blvd. Corner Cordova BLACK ACRESPRICED Our listings coverall Sectionsof ..t4.14.Medical 39. Egypt R to. AlI A D Q 5
In only 9 to 10 AM. .
Apply Carmanella's person 706 W. Univ. Ave. Ocala. Fia.SPECIAL. St.Valencia Augustine.Streets.Florida TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 Gainesville. We are offer- U suffix pleasure god MAD' DP 0 IT T 0

LICENSED Real Estate salesman. (24-3331 floors.bedrooms central 2 baths.heat. hardwood air-cond.' homes ing several priced two from bedroom$6,600to ,.;. 15. Caught 41.Football E. 0 .i L. t E i\: A T to R
104 208' Lot for
account. x mobile home.
SI 00 a week drawing .
Large volume builder developing $1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes :I 35 Houses for Sole units.Lot 110'electric x 120',range with shade and drapes.trees. $17.000 Reasonable 16.More than position abbr. : A M Eo 0 R to V E. R T
Position In Gainesville. Prairie. For appointment call .
:3 areas. 3125 W. Univ. Av. FR 4-4427. financing. enough
Reply to Box 494-A c-o Gaines- FR 4-3052. 3034 NE 14th Dr. < Ma. old 3 3 BEDROOMS. 17.Toward 42. Knock SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
vilit SUn.WANTED BR. 2 bath. Fla. room patio. >;oojJ, M
I Lowest prices easiest terms. largest 45.
built-in oven and Air M FROM $11.500-$30000 18. Droop Sluggish2.
CARRIER FOR morning. display In central Florida.We cond. Cent. heat. Large range.corner N.W. SECTION' -1'9.. Iii!. made -
trade for Free delivery Prickle
transportation anything. .
need good
route. 3.Moron
,,I paper & post cash bond. Call i up to 100 miles.FRAILER .' lot. Pool membership. SWO down.SI7.ISO. 3405 NW 10th Ave-FHA. schools 48\Tod cd gaileiy
LIKE RENT 22. Location
4
Info. 372-0488. 111 NW 26th St. Shcools Univ. Legal action:
FR 2-4451 for further MART 3 br N.W. kit eq. C.B. Near 49. Drudged 10.Simple
t 1330 NW 21st Ave-Near GHS 25. :
Installer & Hwy. 17 .- Open 1 to 4 school & shopping ex terms. 810 Depart .5 Exdama-
WANTED TV antenna .
\ _ 50.Vacillate sugar
helper top regular hours East Palatka Phone :3291050Ya'11 ImmediateOccupancy N.W. 9th Ave. 27.Invade tion oIhaita-
pay. S.W. Secctlon: :11.
many fringe benefits must be 29. Place of 51. Eucharistic Espouse
2718 SW 1st Ave-Golf View tion
willing to work want to dobetter NEAR SHOPPING 15. Grouped
None ether apply. Couch's. Come : :3 br. 2 bath. modern kit. cent. tit refuge plates 6. Pallid
& air beautiful court yd. car port N.E. SECTION 52. Chodseby : 17. Chin secret
603 N. Main St. like new. 1242 NE 4th Ave-Low :3-Payment 30. Girl's name !7. Cleopatra'sfi
I NEED part time butcher. Short See our custom-made 12-wides at 805 NE 10th Ave-FHA. Nice 32. Legendary vote maid soddyE
hours with top pay. Must be neat. 10-wide prices. M.H.M.A. Approved YOUR HORSE WILL ENJOY I 104 NE Slit Ave -' Good Financing 20. That man
maintain top standards of clean. Top Brands. I yr. financing CHOICE two. three and four bed- THIS ACREAGE I 1114 NE 5th St. S1UOO FHA utCIT DOWN 21.Misty
liness. Call 37J.SW4 after 5 P.M. available. See Dad and Brad Lar- room homes at convenient locations. 2 br. country home apr 4 acres. prince 1. Resign tree
sen at Lake Geneva Trailer Saleson Quality construction plus doudhke
vacant Archer rd.SUBURBAN 4 BEDROOMS '
Rt. 100. 1 mile S.E. of Key bonus features such as* real ;
COST ENGINEER stone Heights. Open evenings and plaster walls, fully ,sodded lot. 1 820 NW 20th St-FHA Near U.F.

$4CO600Mo.Must lifetime terrazzo floors. GE central 3 fri 2 bath family rm. apr rrrr7rrrrfT23.Al4.
Sunday.CONNOLLY heat adaptable to A-C GE 2500 sq ft living space. dbl car 6 BEDROOMS - - .Augment
be well grounded In cost built-in oven and range. a I 11 port. 5 acres W of town. a most 4617 NW 33rd Ct-KIng size 11 I.I'
f, accounting. budgeting. reports Mobile Home Sales Inc. 2 & 3 brick fronts rustic gas lamps. suitable & beautiful family home. MANY OTHERSCALL I. 25. Lacuna

preparation and account analy- bedroom mobile homes. Many sidewalks.ship. swim club member- US FOR INFORMATIONLAKE 14 IS 26. Harem
list Interpret engineering draw- floor plans. 7 year financing. INVESTMENT PROPERTIES LOTS
room
Ings and understand engineering Drive out today. 3 miles South Large student home. est Income ACREAGE 'l'h

concepts. Minimum of two years of Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. No cash down VA.Low apt for owner. 1 bl from U.F. Bring us your Problems V.17 o'i"/:. ,. ." Mature
college required. Age not to exceed 376-0571 Immediate occupancy & Income.
Members 31.
35. Courses In Physics and FHA down. 673elIs:4WI4wh& Multiple ListingASSOCIATES Y'h Z/ /// Although

Intermediate Mathematics helpfuL I' NORTHWEST Also conventional financing.: N.W. 13 St. Area iT.SQ Zl if. I' Z4 ,33.Inreference
I Mail detailed resume and' TRAILER SALES Move Large lot. livable house. near to
in Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth
requirements to business Investment & rental. .3.
minimum salary -
2702 Waldo Road N.E. -
Personnel. Wellman Lord Engineering At Palm Lane 374-0205 'CoL J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire U U W Zf I' if J6.Eur.black.

Inc., P. O. Box 2436. TomorrowVlllAGf Moeller TELEPHONE 372-3617 'l"h birdS
Lakeland' Florida. FEDERAL QUALITY Mary 31 o'i"/ iT s if./: jT48.IIerd

HOMES INC. Keep your toes warm at home
13-Help Mate er Female 4820 NW. 13th St. GainesvilleFR at games or In the car with this RealtorMultiple PARRISHPRESENTS h 40.British gua

25113 Walt Johnson. Mgr. GREEN brilliant afghan. Jf Jfc 37 38 43. Fish sauce

NOW HIRING I x 29' Manor Mercury house trail- Listing '// '/ 44.Forward
ooks.. counter men ( women for Choose a 3-color scheme for knit 1019 W. University FR 4-4471
ler. $1200. Call 495-2452 between J 41
cafeteria line & soda fountain. purl. seed stitch bands. Center Associates Iii 42 4J 44 45. Sprite
*.."-$*le* clerks for sundria store. 5 and 7 p.m. In Archer. NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. strips sewn together form ovals. E. W. Moeller Foster Kesler / / 'lZ V h 46. Profane In

Day & evening shifts open. Apply 37 x 8 Allstate trailer plus x 18 Pattern 673: knitting directions Dick Durbin Sharon Grant ELEGANT AND IMPRESSIVE- 45 .. 47 41 Hawaii
College Inn 1721 W.. Univ.! completely furnished aluminum color schemes. -
HUGHEDWARDS Lovely 3 bedroom. 2 bath home .
No phone calls. cabana. best h 47. Small fish
Ave. __ portable $1500 or
with wall to wall
and
carpet an
DRIVERS for ice cream Novelty offer. Sre E. A. Rice. OhKay this Thirty > five cents add in coins for FRED old brick fireplace In LI v I n g 4' Sf 48. Com
pattern 15 cents for
Jeeps. Must be careful driver. Trailer Park. each pattern for Ist 374-4U1 FOR SALE 5r 10 mobile home special Laura kitchen, central heat and air conditioning $1 '
___ x handling. Send to ,z. 50. You and I
2 BR. like Lot 17. Archer Wheeler. Gainesville screen porch with a
STENO II new. Sun. Needlecraft i ARNOLD
MDICINE fenced in back with
INC.North lovely
P.M. yard -
Rd. Village 374-4843 after S Dept. P. O. Box 161. Old -
OPENING above average skillIn pool and shuffle board court.
Chelsea Station. New York 11. N.Y. For time
transcribing medical records 954 SCHULT I x 37. 2 BR, 1 with Central Florida's Largest Print plalntty PATTERN NUMBER. 23 mln. APHewsfeotg 9/2

rapidly from dictaphone. High bunk. S1500. Good condition. Builder and Developer NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. GOOD BUY owner has left -
school graduation '& verifiable Phone -1ii7.FORSALEOR. Furnished models at 2909 NE 15th REALTORFAMILY town and must sell 4 bedroom.

experience required. Must re LEASE 2 bedroom St. NEW FOR '1945 200 designs I 2 bath home. Living room fam- 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale

locate. Submit resume. Hospital house trailer and nice shady lot. 376-7971 more .fashions to knit crochet than HOME ily room and screen porch. Central

.. Welfare Board Tampa. N. W. location. $3950. Phone 372- 3 BR. 1 bath air conditioned central everl Plus :3 FREE patterns. embroidery Comfortable livable home with Priced heat to and sell. air conditioning. REDFRANKSREALESTATE BY OWNER. 4 BR. 2 bath extra SALE-Trade. 4 bedroom 2 bathhouse
Ha._ 3039 heat stove ad refrigerator.Drive dolls' clothes. Send 25 cts. three good sized bedrooms and Ig. shady yard. Wtstmor. nd. 4011 near Sidney Lander: end
makers counter girls.: for new Needlecraft Catalog. two baths and Florida with N.W. 13th Ave. Available
School line.
SANDWICH LABOR DAY SPECIAL by 2503 NE 10th Terrace room NEAR UNIVERSITY OP FLOR- on High on city bus
experienced all shifts. Alan's end then call FR 45890.BEAUTIFULLY fireplace. The kitchen has ample short notice. FR 6-7993 for appf. $10,000. Can be zoned R2. Phone
MR. SANDWICH SHOP across 51 2 BR KVn. 34'. $1595 VALUEI 16 COMPLETE QUILT space for eating. and Includes IDA Lovely brick home on LOW DOWN PAYMENT In LIBBY FR 45472.FIRST .
Office. 57 2 BR Skyline 42* $1795 KEPT PATTERNS In deluxe new Quilt built in large wooded lot. Three bedrooms HEIGHTS 3 BR :2- bath large
Post disposaland
from Univ. __ 511 BR Campanlon. 31' $1195 1305 NE 4th Terrace. 2 Book. For beginners experts. Send dishwasher.- range.Hardwood oven floors. 2 baths large living room with Florida room dining room-kit-
Bedroom
to come in and work fireplace, separate dining room. chen combination. Central heat. A TIME ADVERTISEDNew
SOMEONE SO 1 BR Spartan. 30' $1095 and screened 50 cts. nowl central heat and air conditioning. STEALBY
about 3 hrs. a day. 5 days a 54 1 BR Spartan. 43', $2195 ner lot. Immediate porch. Large cor. large 2 car Attractively Florida room, plus a detached Immaculate. like new. Call 374- Palm Springs model. One of
week. Bookkeeping experience 48 1 BR Spartan. 25' $595 SlUCO. FHA occupancy. landscaped lot garage.with privacy. $25- I study.J. 0817 or 376-2927. OWNERMUST the best looking homes we've ever
helpful. Write P. O. Box 412. 59 1 BR Great Lakes. 45 x 10 S2> terms. See Dick 300. built. Four bedrooms 2 full
maintenance 395. Robinson. 35 Houses for Sale J. FINLEY AREA Nice 3 FOR A BETTER BUY we recommend sacrifice 3 bedroom. 2 baths beautiful brick facade
for general
MARRIED couple at new Kings Nimrod camper. $395 RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor bedroom home walking distance you let us show you this bath, large Fla. room large living excellent kitchen arrangement.
duties
Food Host restaurant. Daytime Trailer parts for sale. 3 miles S. _2! W. Univ. Ave. 374-1359 THREE bedroom 2 bath CCB PRESTIGE AREA to J. J. Finley. Large living room. large 3 BR 2 bath nearly new room. dining room, built-in $14.900. No money down. VA
Call 3725994 of Starke on US 301. traverse' rods $750 down. p. y Beautiful lot on N.W. 23rd Street. separate dining room and fencedin home which can be purchased below kitchen, convenient to shopping FHA only $800 down. Price Includes
hours. Top wages. MURRAY TRAILER SALESPh. $83 per mo. 4004 N.W. 21st Drive Two bedroom two baths study. yard. replacement cost. Entrance center and schools. Must see fully sodded front lawn
; after 5 P.M. 9440571 LAKE FRONT utf 39th Ave.JWK. Tremendous living dining area foyer large LR. separate DR. to appreciate the value. No qual gas lamp swim club member
huge fireplace. Fall out shelter. JOYOUS LIVING Relax and panelled Fla. room with old brick ifying. Low down payment. Original -
16 Work Wanted Female two car garage. dark room and enloy life and your family in this fireplace. big family kitchen with price 121600. price now ship.VILLAGE
33 LOTS FOR SALE ESTATECONTEMPORARY boat port. Call us for- an ap 3 bedroom 2 bath home. Large built-in stove L oven, dishwasher. "", 45.71. $500 down. LocatedIn GREENBy
r EXPERIENCED legal secretary desires pointment. living room.. wall to wall carpet Central heat S> air conditioningBig HUGH EDWARDS. INC.
trial 7S' 125 CHOICE business nice NW section at 1321 NW 2909 N. E. 15th St.
x property
t permanent position HOME with 4 and brick fireplace. Separate din- double garage Nicely land
I I & civil work preferred. Replyto on US Hwy. 1, :3 mi. South of bedrooms. 2Vi baths. fireplace 372-8404 NEAT ing room Florida room built-in scaped yard. IMMEDIATE OCCU- 21st Ave. Phone FR 22633. 3767971McCOY'S

Box S71A Gainesville Sun. St. Augustine In motel area. central heat air conditioning and ECONOMICAL living in 1.300 square : Three bedroom U4 bath homeIn kitchen. plus a lovely screened PANCY. Easy to own. Call 374- U

WILL do Ironing S. baby-sitting In $3300 by owner. FR "- 250. 12 looking X 45 the foot lake.screen CALL porch over feet plus carport and storage. excellent condition. Pleasant patio on a large beautiful wood- 0817 or 374-2927. -

I _my hom. Phone FR 6-1732. LOTS for sale In tieautlful Idylwild TO SEE THIS LOVELY US HOMEI NOW Only S9, 00.00 with low down pay built Florida- In room.outdoor charming grill. Range terrace refrigerator ed lot. CAROL ESTATES 3 good -sized '
between Gainesville and the new ment possible. Two bedrooms. nice LR-DR .
air conditioner included. BEAUTIFUL Heavily woodedlot bedrooms. 2 baths
17 Work Wonted Mole golf and country club. Large restricted HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom huge Florida room, kitchen : Owner will consider any reasonable fronting approximately 148 ft. comb., patio nice yard. Oak
lots. Certified public water home with 2 sleeping porches located equipment included in price. offer. on SW 15th Street with a depth parquet floors. $450 Down, $86.57 MACOMA HOMES INC.
ASSISTANT MANAGER needed for system. Outside ctly limits. at 214 N.E. 5 Avenue. ONLY OUTSTANDING four bedroom houseIn of about 195 ft. Restricted resIdential per mo. incl taxes & Ins. If you
Pure Oil Station. 1606 NW 13th $1750 to $2500.Clyde $14,000 with $12,000 DOWNI beautiful residential area. Central FHA lot of around 23rds of an qualify for FH.... or m.' ke an offer ,
St. Hours 3 P. M. to 12 P. M.. Seckinger. Realtor heat with of on equity & assume large
and close In and plenty
air
conditioning; $15,000 to qualified FHA Buyer. acre. beautiful
4 days a week. Company oper- Owner &developer LOVELY 3 bedroom. 1H bath. split many nice features and luxury Ready for occupancy. 3 bedrooms shade trees. Just $3,00000 cashor 4Vi per cent mortgage. Call 374- In Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St.
ated station. Inc. benefits. Paidvacation. Ph. FR 6-5038 level masonry home located in appointments. Brick easy terms. 0817 or 376-2927. adjoining city limits.*
construc r/j baths Florida room. with fireplace
If Interested apply 1 the N.W. section lust Inside the
ACRE lots for sale. tion.DELIGHTFUL.
P. M ta S P. M Sept 2. city limits. ONLY $15,250 with Kitchen completely equip Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor The
Charming fhe Livable
hardwood floors.
-'S Phone 3724416LOT $700 DOWNI three bedroom home ped. Gleaming Myrtle Lasslter AssociateW.
In NE convenient to school. Well M.M.PARRI RANCHO GRANDE TIKI
18 Schools & InstitutionsPIANO with 3 trailer spaces and 2 E. BI1 Harris Associate
trailers. Large awnings. 3 large BLACK ACRES ATTRACTIVE 3 landscaped corner lot with back 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 3 bedroom. 2 both targe
teacher available member patios 3 septic tanks. lots of bedroom 2 bath masonry home. yard fenced for children. Large ARNOLDREALTY 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 374-0117 study. family room living screened porch beautiful
spacious kitchen and large screen comfortable house with a famIly Listing
GMTA: Beginners and Intermed- shade. good rental Income. Just SH Member Multiple
iates. all ages. 1311 NE 20th Place outside city limits. For sale. FR porch. ONLY $17,500 with $700 room for only 1400000. COMPANY room, dining room, oak fanily room oak parquet

or call 372-4532 anytime._ 4-8883. DOWNILet LARGE beautiful lots In Ridge- Multiple Listing Member parquet floor drapes infloors., drapes included.
wood S/D. Littlewood Westwood 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 & ASSOCIATES. INC. I I r OFFERED, BY BUILDER eluded. $30,000 10% $28,500 10% Down.
BOOKKEEPINGCIVIL Graham
SPEEDWRITING 100 FT. x 150 ft. beautiful corner us show you this charming H. Wayne Hill Helen
section at reasonable prices. All Associates: Jane CaldwellJim
SERVICE TRAINING lot In residential Araquay Park. contemporary 3 bedroom 2 bath Improvements Sheppard Bob Kalkman Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish 3 Bedroom Vft bath home. Down. Our 1964 Parade Home

Secretarial Courses Classes now St. Augustine. $1200 by owner. home with central heat and air PRESTIGE address paid.In Black Acres. F. W. Hedge Walter Stoddard 19 NE First Street Tel. 3725375 Show house at 3321 N.W. 28th 4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave.
forming. Howell's Business Col Phone FR 6-6250. conditioning. large step down
lege. 211 W. Univ. Ave. Florida room, and screened In Spacious three bedroom, two bath Jimmy GreenFURNITURE Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom. 2 "PLANNING TO BUILD" ,
Beautiful high & rolling lots. good house with panelled family room.
ADMIRE
FR 6-3507_ patio. bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd I
__ N.W. location. built In kitchen. central heat Let us give you an estimate on contracting your new
t HIGH SCHOOLat Call. Fordyce 3761236.Acre two car enclosed garage. Vacant THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN Court. T. D. Zetrouer, Phone I custom home.
booklet. A m e Mean
free
home. John Merrill now. Owner will l consider FR 4-3848.
School. P. O. Box 14441. Jackson- : lots $300000 home WIMBERLY ESTATES Call Gerald
NW. res your offer or will rent month UPHOLSTERYFor or V. Q. McCoy Day. FR 6-7290
ville. Fla 32216. sites. S.W. TV acres Ranchettes
to month at $175.00.
Nite
Realtor FR 6-5015 or 6-6502
MEN J. women is to 55 to train for near Pames Prairie top quality workmanshipcall Uoyd Myrick. Bldr.
REALTOR .J.W.KIRKPATRICK Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd.
1 CIVIL SERVICE MARY MOELLER. MULTIPLE LISTING Offering mere quality FOSTER1 ,
Examinations. For Information itt. W. Unlv FR 4-4471_ PHONE FR 21494 372-6142 fer less moneyW STEVEN -

send name. address .. Phone No. ASSOCIATESMARCELLA GAINESVILLE
\ Key Training Service. 112 W. 34 Waterfront Property PARDI REALTOR HEIGHTSLocated
UPHOLSTERY 34th Ter. off N.W. 39th
Adams St.. Jacksonville. W.H.BUCKHANNANYOU 31 N.' Main Phone FR 28404
: WINFRED H. CRAWFORD ASSOCIATESFloye 1J08 NW. IJth Sf. Ave Open Sundays at 2:04 er at N.W. 37th Place &

Real I Estate Exam Reg. Broker, specallzlng In Mathiasen Irene Bunnell Free Estimates-PICK up and by appt. 3725489 er 2-0584. 4th St. New brick homes under
COURSE LAKE PROPERTIES ACRE- CAN BUY Capt. A. W. Reece USN. Ret. delivery. I construction. Pick your own
letsan fre. AGE. :3 miles No, of Melrose Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin colors etc. VA." FHA Terms.
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I IiENa.tBs COLLEoE GR 529(1.Cedar. THE BEST AT'NORTHWEST


COLLEGE.hP 4-3507. 3723727.211 W. Univ. Ave Key.Shores Capitol Builders by Inc. I Colonial Charm I i

}
I 28 Livestock & Supplies fine homesites from $2250 N.W. 37th Place A 4th Street
non-waterfront from $1510 Call 1720341 er 374-7788

WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE. 50 x 10

dairyman to show us a better Marina LocationsINVEST 2 BR

dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills facilities needed here : I
:
14 pet. All Pulleted Oral\ $5859per
(Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs of POW mo. 3.. 4 Bedroom Models In

per ton FMX Gainesville or Ala- Motel Locations HAVE I SHADOWLAWN Comes to Northwest Gainesvilleat

chua. Phone FR 21091' or 461. INVES: accommodations ESTATESF.

105. needed 51 x 10 D. OLIVER

30 PETS & SUPPLIES f 2 BR OFFERING
DAVID ANDREWS- Individual Styles For You

SIAMESE kittens and stud servo $6013per Well planned living areas PALM VIEW ESTATESN.W.

Ice. registered. Iliac blue and REAL ESTATE mo. Quality material a. workmanship
chocolate point $25 up. Williston. THIS WEEK'S IS ON

f 32S-4448_ CEDAR KEY 3841 or 3831 t SPOTLIGHT A community you would be 16th Aye. at N.W. 39th DriveA

AKC Reg. German Shepherd pup. $12 WATERFRONT FOOT 50x10 proud to live In
pies wormed and shots. Call: 133 Acres on beautiful Santa Fe Drive West on N.W. 39th
FR 4-4274 or see at 1206 NE river. with M mile Rd. frontage. 2 BR I Ave. past the Glen Spring Intersection limited number of brick front fully ,
17th Avenue. Wall to Wall Carpet. Double UNIVERSITY INN
p _. less than 3 ml. to High Spring q J see sign on left.
poodle puppies. male. 4 wkt., About (0 acres cleared. frarr I Door GE Refrig.VI FR 20844. air conditioned colonials are now under con. :

reg. 1 chocolate 1 black. $75, house shed and storage room,. $ 67 Start a wonderful evening with a cocktail in the struction. Prices start at 16350. VA.I
Phone 372e6tS.MINIATURE _. spring. Ideal Club or Camp site.
Dachshund ACK qua ,. RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor per mo. University Inn Lounge. Cocktail Hour is from 5 to FHA, Conventional financing. For information

type dis. 11 Ave. New Brick Homes 376-7971.
Ity pups with family W. Univ. Ph. 374-135
position. partially housebrok en ,. .. 9 P.M. Then have one of the best steaks in town I
ONE acre Includes boat motor,
54x10 by
$50.PhoneFR6-a963. __. trailer skis. house stove. refrigerator ,: .
in the Steak Room or serve yourself the convenient
,. :
FOR SALE Bassett pups. AKC reg metal storage house. riding 2 BR Builder
pedigree' $75. Vanlants. 601 E,. lawnmower paved road tan, Double Door Refrig.! Front DinIng s smorgasbord way. After a delightful meal return tot HUGH EDWARDS Inc.
Gaines St.. Tal'ahassee.! Fla. Ph.. beach loading ramp raft. 25 min,. Room. 3 & 4 bedrooms built-in kitchen ,

32I-OT40. from Gainesville. Phone FR 4. $ the Lounge for cocktails: and dancing to the music of equipment cen. heat, VA no Builder-Developer
Coil I 2924. f6321 down payment. FHA from $700
AKC Boxer puppies. Lakefront Fortv. house. read); per mo t Bobby Griffin's Combo and Richard Parker's Orchestra down-no closing costs.
376-77S6. .
( _- 48 xllSZ II' i -
for living good water I II' -- -- ---- -
'
BEAGLE puppies. AKC. perfectl, lot. dock. good fishing. L a k t 'til 2 A.M. I Capitol Builders Inc. -

marked. from good hunting line. Alto; canal access to Lake Santa NW. JTth Place ft 4th Street
Excellent pets. Phone FR 4-218. Fe. $10300. 448-1758. 55x10 I' ,

4133 NW 12th St. Ocean front home. St. Augustim; :38RL167 : Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT Call OPEN J71-4M1 HOUSE er 174-7781.DAILY COMPARE I

Beach, near pier. 2 BR, masonry $ -
32 Mobile Homes For Sale repainted Inside and out '

City water and electricity plu:i UI per mo. : I
*964. MX to. dhlckasha 2 Bedroom. artisan well. Completely furnish,. DINING CAfETERIAS DINING-DANCING *
Will sell for smaU equity. an'IS ed. $1X000 sacrifice price Includes 'I COCKTAILS SUBURBANHEIGHTS THESE HOME VALUES
assume payments. FR 2-779L : valuable adjacent to' GENERAL GAINES
: 50x12
terms ti LONG'S CAFETERIA I BEFORE YOU BUY
$2000 cash. Balance on STEAK
ROOM
45 FT. Spartan 2 BR S1700 cash \ Complete dinner noon and rllght. UNIVERSITY INN
3720733.SERVICE
Also 25 ft. Panel-tab cabana room; suit buyer. Phone 1 BR Featuring u.s. Prim and Choice t7 cents. Wide varIety of meats. Chlrcoal Steak Room Smorgu. Oaieesvaie's Newest

sacrifice. Phone 372.3381._ $ 38 steaks prepared to your taste salads. and desserts to choose board Cocktail Hour 5 to 7. 2 Prestige Address

USED TRAILER Large HvUv\ Ii CALLS $5 69 on our open hearth. Holiday Inn, from. Open 7 days a week. Come. drInks for the price of 1. Dane Butt for Those Who Desire '
per mo. 1tOO S.W. palmer & Sue LOi9.Rememberl SAVE!
13th St. FR 6-1266. I-- ti
two bedroom:5 'tll J..M. to
room. rear kitchen Heating Air Conditioning We have complete Ing 2 Bobby Griffin' Only the Best. The following are now under
upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Ale o L Refrigeration Service: THE ORLEANS dinner noon and night for only Combo a. Richard Parkers orche. N. W. 43rd N.W. infe PLB construction and will be ready
travel trailer. 374-8341. trL 1t01 S.W. 13th St. FR -2Businessmen's .
ContractorAny t7 cents. .nt by Four ef GalnesvlivsLesding for occupancy soonl
make or model window 50 x 12 (Formerly Frees Locker Room) Builders

BUTTSMobile units and household appli I 2BR Served Lunch .15 FRED MASONA. -- 3310 N.W. 30th
P.M. PI.
l1:30.AM 2:00 BILLIARDS BOWLING *
ances. Also we clean: heaters. I W. FLETCHER
Dinner Servled 12 P.M. _ _ _ The following Is ready for 3 BR, 2 bath, $too dn. taper
Phone FR 2-5002 $6938per 45&2 NW 13th St. MACOMA HOMES month.
mo. CUE STICK BILLIARDS PALM LANES W. P. RIDGWAY occupancy.

Fun for not only young men Well be closed August 10th thrv ___ __ 4120 & 4121
FREE ESTIMATES ITALY 1N GAINESVILLE? BUT young women too. the 17th. for reservicing and r. a 3330 N.W. 28th Are. N.W. 19th Dr.a .
on Dine by candlelight In the delight- conditioning Of our We'D I
alleys.
FURNACES and Quality 55 x 12 ful atmosphere 01 Italy! Bring your dates' 2 EXECUTIVE 4 BR, T/t baths.i.990dn.* BR I bath, (500 dn.. Ml
HomesINC. I 1 BR MANARO'S RESTAURANT Open 10 A.M. 'tiI 12 P oM. see YOU the 11th. 2W W.lde HOMES S145 per mo. per month.
Road 3764654.
.05 N. Main Street I
Central AirConditioners i $ peclalius In Lasagna. Pina. I
4BEDROOM2.BATHI 4119 &
74'per and other delicious Italian Food. 4127
NEW I mo. 2120 Hawthorne Rd. 5-11 P.M. t) Enclosed Swimming Pool II --------- N.W.l9thDr.

i, W .. 12- WIDES 372-4690 Closed Mondays. I t) Family Room 3 BR. 1 bath, SJOO dn., S74
also I ADVERTISE IN THE ADVERTISE IN THE I S Built-in Kitchen per monttl.T'I' .
CAMPERSWe NOW OPEN Alan's New I Laundry RoomWalltoWall i Norwood

Bead'25 trade-Ins this montt II by 'Jjane THIS INCLUDES YOURINSURANCE MR. SANDWICH I Carpet _
IN THESE Across from Univ. Past Office SERVICE DIRECTORY I Dressing Room I
Call for the best deals. I SERVICE DIRECTORY
us Best In equipment using Internally MONTHLY PAYMENTS Featuring our own roast beef sendwich I 0 Central Heat Air Cond. I It ALL OUR HOMES ARE

376-8361 Insulated ducts. designed I SO SHOP THE REST irt natural gravy t Both Homes located hi beautiful Hope OPEN FOR YOU TO EN |

NW 13th St. at 4th St. On stre et engineered and installed I THEN BUY 55 cents I high, dry wooded area with JOY SEEING ANYTIME If I

parking ell around our COrM r. byALL ij AT'NORTHWEST "TIle best roast beef in town.w _ _ _ I paved streets city water and I "H" I Inc. YOU WILL JUST CALl |
OPflt A-M. 'te 9 P.M. ea:h AMERICAN HEATING .

week day. I AIR CONDITIONING CO. TRAILER SALES TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFF 'A OR PLACEOF I sewer.FRED MASON We Trade Homes
PH. 376-8258 1123 S.E: 4tti STREET
For Sale 1 BR air cond. tun ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTA.. MENT GUIDE '
2702 WALDO RD. N.L BUILDER
trailer enclosed cabana. E 5- 13 NE 23rd Blvd. : or Property FR 4-5301 or FR 4-7ttf
celient condition. FR 2-9884. 4-1 24 Hour Service At Palm Lone 376-0205 CALL '372-3441. I FR 2-4J44 Fit 2-Jltl I
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35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 42 Farms & Acreage
38 Real Estate Wanted 40 Business Properties 41 Residential 1 Income
2 BR home on corner lot lowdown LOOK AIR CONDITIONED BY OWNER Palm View Estates 3 COUNTRY ESTATE
payment. $60 per mo. Located J BR. 2 baths. central heat out BR, 2 bath less than 1 yr. old. I HOUSE WANTED individual will RESTAURANT. J room house and Bedroom 2 bath home. Also "ad- 44 acre tract, 4 br. 3 bath ranch
at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call of city limits deep well. REApower FHA & VA approved. Shaded lot, pay S250 cash to owner or builder 36 acres with 1055 ft. frontage laming rental property. 200 ft. style home. Private 20 acre stocked
THE TIME IS NOW Tommy Rldgell 372-4125. located, at 3616 NW 34th no immediate neighbors. Phone for equity or down payment, north of Waldo R St.Call. 376--7u.: and will!'pay transfer costs. Must reasonable. Phone 4681673. Ave. Will sell together or separately lawn. 20 minutes"from town.
REAL NICE
2 BR or can be usedas be clean. 3 BR, IV* or two bath 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- MOELLER. REALTOR
3 BR house in excellent location 372-2372 or 374-WO. LOVELY HOME house in Northwest area. Pay- 48,000. square feet business or manufacturing 4752. MARY .
Nice corner shaded lot Four BR. Fla. room. 2 bath ceo. ments not $120 month lot. 101. W. Univ. FR M47I
over per Highway and rail-
with Total price '".soo. FOR SALE OR RENT. 2 bedroom heat air cond., living room, electric
garage.
road l
totaL Call Bambi Motel and leave frontage. J. W. Kirkpatrick CHIEFLAND 40 acres. 25 acres
42 Farms & -
FHA financing available. Phone CCB. 1825 S.E. 50th St: Low down stove newly decorated Inside Acreage
address and number. Agency. 31 N. Main,
phone FR 2-8404. cleared V4 mL Jiiway frontage.
and out. Low down
payment take
owner 3n.7.Q1.OCALA' payment. Call 374-4444 or 372-
Do You Have A Room Apartment 1933. over payments. 1018 NE 28 Ave. LISTINGS WANTED ACRE lots on paved road 2 miles older buildings. $3800 cash! or
block 3 BR. 2 bath Irg. FR 6-0721. from city limits. Only S2200. Call terms. Call write or see S. E.
open-beam ceiling paneled dining FOR SALEA Have buyers waiting for farms ADVERTISE IN THE John Merrill Realtor. FR 2-1494. SAPP. REALTOR. Newberry. _
: Or House Rent? & family room with fireplace nice frame home in McIntosh TWO bedroom, tile bath built-in and small acreage.
to Irg. fenced-In! back yard on Orange Lake. 3 nice BR. liv. kitchen corner lot. Phone FR 2- CALL SERVICE 740 acre range at S135 per acre.
.
built-in kitchen. 372-3130 or 4481683. rm., din. rm.. and kitchen. 2 -" ,.- A/IQ P.M. Angle Real EstateC. DIRECTORY ADVERTISE IN THE Frank D. Howard.Co.Real Office Estate P.O.
baths fireplace and carport. Grady Finance
Broker SERVICE DIRECTORY Box 703 High Springs. Fla. f :
Home has brick veneer front. L. Angle
REMEMBER-A COSTS 2 BR. CCB carport,screened porch Large front porch. 1 acre of NEWLarge O. J. Angle Associate t ,' I I II
w rental vacancy near school air conditioner stove. ground on paved hwy. Inquireat 2-story home in new restricted 4404 NW 13th St. 37WW '
refrigerator washing machine residential area. Has 4 bedrooms t
2..19 NE 10th Ter. or call 374- ,
YOU MORE than the ud that will rentit 376-4463 hardwood days floors.after FHA 6 P.M.approved.376- dining, 2 kitchen baths, upstairs family; living room 39 Out of Town Property

5823. 1034 N.W. 4th St. 6957.WANTED study. & powder room down-
stairs. Immediate occup an c y. 77 FEET frontage by 165 feet deepat
HIGHLAND COURT. 4 BR. 2
baths ,
6304 Nebraska Ave. Tampa
Phone FR 2-8965 W. P. Ridge- OPEN
Fla. rm.. wall to wall carpet living HOUSEContinues
will trade
this value $25,000 owner
room, air condition. Phone Someone to take advantage of way.
372-5347 unusual offer. For $1,000 down for equally valued property In
or 372-2080. you can move Into this Brand NICE Gainesville area. Contact T. E. & ; I
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU BY OWNER concrete block 3 bedrooms New 3 BR, 2 bath luxury homeon I Leona Bronson. P. O. Box 442
2 baths large, convenient. Vt acre lot in NW. Has cen- Three bedroom. 1 bath home with Gainesville Fla. or phone 372- l I
See at 1617 NW 10th Ter. tral heat and air conditioning. oak floors throughout. good condition 5958.
EVERY DAY until it is rented: BY OWNER cen. heat & air cond., Sidewalk to schools. Beautiful close to Littlewood school. This Week!
2'/ bath. 3 BR. family living Elec. kitchen. For details call S400 down $89 monthly InClud-1 ADVERTISE IN THE '
dining rm.. large kitchen builtin University Reatly ing taxes & Insurance. SERVICE DIRECTORY
W. P.
IF RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS appliances. Large garage. 2-OT45 Ridgeway.
: : 3461 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR 1115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351 I
24518. W. M. Munroe Realtor i

$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day TWO Bedroom trame on shady lot
50 X 210'. neat & clean. tile bath GLADYSSMITH '
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day city line.water.Immediate Only 2 occupancy.blks. from $150 bus COLOREDRENTALS Don't Forget to Register for ,.. ,,

down payment & $55 monthly. See .
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day at 1318 SE 2nd Ave. & phone FR


$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day TWO 6-7170.bedroom CCB home on core 372-5393 FREE $100 .HJ
ner lot. $350 down, $65 per mo. Idylwild Walking distance of new .
1031 N. W. 55th Ter. Phone 376- grade school. Beautiful lot 3 brm. .
$65 per mo. ... $2.16 per day 1351. 2 bath contemporary home.. New BRAND NEW DUPLEXESNOW .. .II' ,F
FHA financing.

$70 mo. . $2.33 per day NEW HOME FOR SALE UNDER CONSTRUCTION > "
per
BY BUILDER Near Finley extra lovely 3 brm Back to School .,. ::
3 BR 2 bath central heat & air 2 bath home. Lovely location. IRS "
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day conditioning. May be seen by ap- Good financing ready for oc .
pointment. 3300 NW 28th Ave. cupancy. .4a '

$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day Phone 3762258. Tradition 3 brm. 3 bath home In WARDROBE .
LOW DOWN PAYMENT terms Finley area. A lot that has been : '

$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day avail. 3 BR, IVi baths CCB. landscaped with loving care. See : .
$86 per mo. including taxes & this one. Good price good .... WIP ,
Ins. Close to schools churches terms.
$90 per mo. :. $3.00 per day etc. Dead end street. 1401 NE '
14th Ter. or 372-3855. GLADYS SMITH For Your Children From :-' )

$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day 3 BR, 1 bath CCB house. walking Realtor
distance to Littlewood & West- a

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day wood schools, well landscaped. Associates: Anna Hlnson BELK-LINDSEY ,
Avail. 35th
end of Sept. 610 NW Virginia Power Caroline Noyes
Ter. Phone 3761374. 1228 W. University Ave.

Phone 372-5393 Gainesville Shopping Center .

CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR FORDYCEREALTOR

Nothing to buy-just register at Kirkpatrick & Pierson's

New Homesin model home 1322 N.E. 31st Ave. any day this week from
2 Bedrooms Stove flood with light and fan
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS Large living dining area Double compartment sink 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Drawing Sunday, Sep, mber 6. You must

Masonry Construction Venetian Blinds be 18 of to
years age register.
AIR Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills
conditioning, wooded lot. 4 bedroom Tiled tub and showers Large lawn with grass and
3 bath split level, 2200 sq. WESTVILLANW Large double sliding door shrubbery Second and Third Prizes : ,
-
ft.
living area recreation area in closets Insulated Attic
garage. Very large living room. Linen Closets Close to school and bus stop
35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole -Fordyce exclusive NW 376-1236.neighborhood. Call SPECIAL;; THIS WEEK ONLY CHOICE OF INTERIOR COLORSTO G. E. TRANSISTOR RADIOSDon't '

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BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS.For
NEW 2 bedroom frame house lust MOVE IN TOMORROW 16th Ave.,
3275322Take
completed. nice wooded lot Smiles Unusual floor plan sets this three STONE appointment call 372-5321 or
out Archer Rd. FR 2-6570. and glass front steel & concrete
bedroom. two bath home apart construction 4 BR. 2'A bath homeIn at 37th St. northeast 8th ave. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 blodc.Gainesville' (
BY OWNER NEAR WEST. from others. Lifetime terrazzo Skyline Hgts. 2400 sq. ft.
WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR. 2 bath. floors newly redecorated. Builtin many built In features and cent.
Ig. LR, family room, built In kitchen. $600. down includes A-C. Low down payment.. Call-
kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDI- closing. $101. per month Includes Fordyce 376-1236.

TIONING assume mtg.& Call HEAT.3762927.$1000 and taxes and Hugh Insurance.Edwards Inc. WOODEDacre WALTER STUBBSInc. luxurious apartment, newest and building most'. Fail To See The Milton,

376.7971FOR lot. 3 BR home sliding
UNIQUE 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. LAKESHORE
Complete with large paneled den. glass doors paneled living room -
Only 17500. Located at 3707 NW ONLY $450 down and FHA and dining room. No city taxes n 4-bedroom centrally air-conditioned ;
23rd Ave. For further details call approval you can have Imme- and only $15,000 with good terms. TOWERS
FR 6-0630. Ask for Frank Thom diate possession and ownership of Call Fordyce 3161236.; Phone 376.5394 kj
as. the best value house for sale In
NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air ACREAGE home for less than $95
PARADE OF HOMES MODELThe conditioning. Paneled family room 180 acres 20 miles from town NOW [LEASING per mo.
Tropicana., by Hugh Edwards, joining living-dining area for ex 60 acres In permanent pasture, "We trade houses"TOP
Inc.. has been widely acclaimed tra spaciousness. Electric range two wells fenced & cross fenced.
Gainesville's most beautiful homeIn and dishwasher. Back yard com- Vt mile road frontage. all set for
Its price range. You may now pletely enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. cattle farm 165 per Acre. Call
own this marvelous home com Call 3764147 for appt. to see at -Fordyce 376-1236. HOW TO GET THERE:
pletely equipped with central air 2213 NE 7th Ter.
conditioning dishwasher disposal EXECUTIVE &
built-in oven and range, and FORDYCE PROFESSIONAL CLASS Drive North Main
N.E.
on turn right at 23rd Blvd. '
patio gas bar-b-q grill for onlyS22.300. ""' SAVE THE UNIQUE CUSTOM
home at. Ask your to convenience.see this luxurious ;INVEST: f that Rent In a home.; Near.1 Multiple& ASSOCIATES.Listing Realtor INC. BUILT HOME OF and continue to N.E. 12th St. Turn left and follow

HUGH EDWARDS. INC. University DOWNPAYMENT.and schools 3 bedroom LOW Grace Associates Fordyce. Broker 0 GAINESVILLEJamaicastyle pace setter directional signs to model home at 1322 N.E. 31st

374-7971 home on corner lot with pay Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden living room
BY OWNER large 4 BR, 2 bath ments less than rent. Call us for O. C. Gay Dick Banks a) Forty foot Florida room Ave.
home, cent heat & air cond. In appointment. Frances Hough Sarah Goulden Paneled library with fire
Univ. 376-1236 O> y
926
be to be W.
seen appre
;: rfCI'"urn: cl available.' Immediate I BUILDING? STOP LOOKING place
Luxurious master suite with
929 NE 10th
possession. Immediate OCCupancy. 3 BR, 2
PI. Call 2-HOI days or 6-2748 CHOICE One acre lots, beautifully bath central heat. lovely yard. walk-in closetsdressingroom
evenings. wooded outside City limits terms ; built-in vanity wall KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONBuilders
available.ALACHUAREALTY. S400 total equity. assume balanceat and shoe closet
9 BR. 2 bath. study attractive only *85 month. A lot less
100' x 139' corner lot. at 2225 11 than nings rent.372.5651.4215 NW 21st Ter. Eve- O Fabulous utility room kitchen.and workshoparea breakfast LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: and DevelopersSales
NE 8th St. $450 dn., $79 per mo.
FHA or pay more dn. & take Associates $400) down take over VA at $75 > Swimming Pool Recreation Room
over 4V4 per cent VA Mtg. at 635 N. E. 1st St. 376-2448 per mo. 3 BR. 1 bath cen. heat 0 Twenty-six foot closet wall tub i Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat Office-N.E. 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr.-Ph. 372-3471 '
with sunken
$",50 per mo. Shown by app?. Arie T. Smith Realtor screened porch. patio. 1742 NE 0 Guest suite
only. Ph. 3723707. Mabel Gore Associate 17th Dr. FR 2-2774. D Two landscaped patios 1 > Central Air Cend. Laundry Facilities
acre lot In most select > Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute u. .
neighborhood i Paved Parking Areat lighted Sidewalks
9 Scads of sky light so houseIs 3 Elevators


SERVICESHome O) This lavish weather csheerful house or casual Is even Ideal entertaining In gloomy for PHONE 3764456FOR ,HOUSE HUNTING'


t Never hove you seen so PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
much cabinet and drawer
space under one roof. (24 Hour Service)
And Business Three-car garage. Total SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY

square footage 6,000 under 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441

r Happy roof to show by appointmentonly.

Butler Bros. BUILDERS FOUk BEDROOM, BRICK COLONIALS $15,825The I
Appraisal Service Plumbing 372-1987

I FRED B. 'ARNOLD SEWER INSTALLEDNEW I brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.

REAL ESTATE REALTOR APPRAISAL & used fixtures complete Terrazzo floors, shingled roof, custom-built kitchen, central

SERVICE plumbing HUGULEY.service Gainesville"BIG"Plumb.JIM natural heating G.E. built-in kitchen paved streets all
Mfg, gas ,
Broker Ml* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 377-357 log, FR 2-1M9. More People Have Bought ,

Rlrk.ptrtck. city services. '

FR 2-N9/ BulldozingSMALL bulldozer loader dump UpholsteryUPHOLSTER Hugh Edwards Inc. HomesIn THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE
truck, fill dirt. Itme rock. Top your furniture at ,
sell. Phone 372-7146. reasonable prices. Call Sally. ,
Experienced. FR 49888. 424S MODELS AT $14,500.
LandscapingLANDSCAPE N. W 13th Ter.Remodeling. Northcentral Florida Since

THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT

SERVICE I 1945 Because They Recognize MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350
I Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock DO YOU NEED. Florida room. ex- -
of aC: kinds.CREVASSE'S tra room,more room. roof work.
NURSERY or maybe a complete new home?
THREE BEDROOM ONE BATH TROPICANA
Landscape Co. For a free estimate. & guaranteed TRUE VALUE ,
FR t-2514 for free estimate. t
J'I work phone Carl C :. I
Appliance Repair & Waters 3720069.EXPERIENCED. MODELS $13,000. ;
Mortgage Broker .. .
Air Conditioning CARPENTER 23.4 BEDROOM HOMES .
] .MORTGAGE MONEY Paint and repair lobs performed by FHA and VA Walk to elementary

5V* per cent Interest. Terms to carpenter who loves his trade. .
A-1 HANDYMAN S..-"", 25 veers. CALL FR 6-4907 and junior high

First In air conditioning BUY BUILD REFINANCECall IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY From $400 down ,
pliencc repairs. We v .
Machine
Sewing Repairs Better and .
teed washers, refrlger Don Byrd Ph. 376-3875 living .,

EB' 4-0247. FHA and conventional at lowest CALL SEWING MACHINE SERVICE From $79 per month resale value. '
current rates. Terms to 25 CO. ItS W. University
.
Auto Glass Ave. 3761075. We all NO MONEY
repair
DOWN
years. Will gladly discuss at no 6
o"gatlon. Call tomorrow.J. Makes. Work fully guaranteed Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street, turn
AUTO GLASS Is our onlY bust. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor
\ .
ness. Immediate Installation; ..31.. N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-U94 Sewing-Alterations V A Village f green left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor. -
tree pickup & delivery. Add
_
FRED B. ARNOU .
beauty & value to

....32J MAULDIN'S N.W 6th AUTO$._ FR GLASS your 6-2S5I.car.CO.Auto PHA AND EALTOR CONVENTIOtyMLOANS Dressmaking Ave.pair. Opal,Holder.alterations 27U SE and 19th re LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards Inc. Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire ". .

H1' W. UNIV. AVC PH. 31 2 fFR 2-84261 376-7971

Equipment GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA TELEVISIONPICTURE f'O. PALM VIEW ESTATES LUXURY HOMES ,
and conventional loans. Low rut.
I
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & rates. Terms to 25 'years. 1221 Priced from 3,90017,250 t IdnO k' PRICED FROM $16,000 UP
I
exchanged Repair kits for W. Univ. Av.. 3725393.F. TUBE Repair Special, $1 4 4 O
Walker Jacks Factory authorlied per Inch plus S10 to Install most
Walker Hydraulic Jack H. A. & Cony. Loans tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special f
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC Reconditioned TV's from Sf.fS. Sodded Lawns e p ., ., 2.9545 Night 6-9048
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. REALTORS THE VARIETY STORE I Daily
Main' FR M47J '26 W. Univ. 376-123 7 S.E. 1st Ave. Swim Club J U .
4 Technician's with 14 years ex- ;
: perienca on all makes.ADVERTISE Air Cond. Optional J
Sun Want Ads Sun Want Ads IN THE Colonials .......u..am BUTLER.BROTHERS BUILDERS

Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street .
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Wednesday, September 2, 1954 Gainesville Sun 27

*?_ 41 Farms & Acreage 54 Business Rentals Automobiles for' Salo 85 Automobiles for Sale .

aflTacreT'on) Levy Lake. 10 ml. -ARGE Shop>> building. Long term NEW Belair convertible, "54 PONTIAC; $150. Hydromatic, radio
S. of Gainesville. Air con d. lease. Rent .r ule. 2X7 NE 27th! power good condition. Leav heater.low mileage. Immaculate MELTON
home 3.000 sq. ft. with JWfceths Ave. FR 4.3361. plants town must selL Phone 374- Myra Terwilliger FR 6-
fireplace. Out buildings SMALL warehouse for rent. 4 8850 ALL NEWCOMETS
mm. down payment. 15000. Owner tors. MOTORS
4U-3437. DAN BYRD Meyers deluxe sedan. extra clean !..! Corvalr Monza 900. Fourdoor -
3768268. 16th engine extras. $100. automatic transmits Ion.
many
I Acres adl new V.A. HospitaL ._ -. ;372-6153. Call FR 6-9748. 703 N. Main St.
Builders interested in Housing. FOR LEASE ST. 1955 PONTIAC 2-dr.. auto trans..
condimlnum Ht-rlse. 4 FR 6-7571
or \Modern aIr cond. suite of offices. V-8. radio heater. $220. 'Call or
MARY MOELLER. REALTOR Downtown location* near court standard trans- see after 5:30 P.M. 372-3251. at MERCURYS
12th Perfect condi
IQIf W. UnlV FR4-4471 house and federal building. Ph. 4 cylinder. 1045 N.E. 13th PL .
Call 372-4438. 1815 NW 7th
:3727T43 or 6-0811._ QUAILS 1940 VOLKSWAGEN Sunroof. small
43 Colored Property fOR LEASE 10.000 sq. ft. store Phone equity take over payments. Ask
building. W. Univ. Ave. Prictf MM T-V. balance 1962 Chevrolet for Tillis 374-8397 after 6 P.M. VOLK GEN USED CARS
New, Quality Hugo cowards built per mo. Call Hershell Haynes, double 1, 2c dr. hardtop, excellent
tome. Three bedrooms. 1 bath. FR2 41 or B. F. Much FR Jim i Jones 374-5351. '62 VW deluxe sedan. white sunroof -
As low as $Q. month with rack.
per air 4-dr. shiftlock. luggage 29.-
DART Coni
12,000 down or will arrange terms NEED a 000 miles. excellent condition. Sl,-
to suit buyer. Located 443 NE ;MALL business or office space 10, area's & neater manual shift. 295. Call FR 6-7237.
15th Street. Cited In 1600 block West University TVs. undercoating. perfect SI 650 CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY
Hugh Edwards Inc. Ave. For more Information nance warranty.) FR 2-5170. '59 BELAIR Chevrolet sedan. auto
Phone3lO7971HOMES phonf' FR 6-301. TV. trans blue. 6 cyU $795. 429 NW
I cony. new top excel- 24th St. FR 6-6732. MILLERI5l
506 E. University FR 6.2425
Valve being
FOR SALE condition. Job
241 bedrooms, SE 14th St. .. 56 Business Opportunities A sacrifice at 725. BROWN .VlfI
516 S. Main St. FR 2-4251
.. ..
7th Ave. Small down payment, Brand 6-9448 after p.m. 87 Automobiles Wonter -
SAUNDER/& OIL COMPANY 1030 E. Univ. se-u.
monthly payments 157 to $45. SERVICE STATION MANAGERS S59.V5; Sale or Trade for travel
r Also homes built on your lot AND ASSISTANT scoop '54 Super 83 Oldsmobile. CARS WANTED. i950-S4 Fords. FR 2.3582
with no down payment. Ph. p leeded Immediately. Good salary stacked condition. new tires. Phone .. Chevrolets. AI Hemdan Service .
.
FR 2-4125. and comm. if you desire to own 6-4707. Station. 916 SE 4th St.

| am Interested In buying several your own business. Why"not learn station wagon auto. '
p lots at the right price. Call the recommended ways to successfully .. 1 owner car. in excel Value Rated
377-4125 operate the business SMALL condition. Sec at 1630 NW 1964 CLEARANCE SALE
.
while you earn. For further details St. 374-8445.
call Mr. DeLoach ;374-5333 1 Used Cars
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41.1: COLORED RENTALS evening 3740294.IEIGHBORHOOD. Pontlac. HT AT, PS PB. ,

NOW RENTING GROCERY ideally 4. roll Plymouth.transportation No. beauty$225. Also but B&G MOTOR CO. 64 DARTS DODGES BIG 880s
--- located In Medical School vi good. $n.. Phone 4-4402 till FORDCLEARANCE
COLORED ultra modern-2 BR duplex cinity. Includes Store building. 2 Oldsmobile
electric 4-4873 after 4 PM. Mc- Cadillac CONVERTIBLES SEDANS WAGONS
apartments large living and Bedroom 2 Bath central heated ch 2001 NW 13th St. ,
dining area modern kitchen with residence another residence for HARDTOPS"Figure'
f tan. Urge storage closets. terrazzo rental plus 4 or 7 trailer spaces. brie '57 FORD wago:> $300. 703
I floors. tile baths space heater Grocery alone now grossing over hold Univ. Ave. -
and hot water heater facllt $40.000 per year. Declining health ture | Phone 372-3054.
ties for washing machines and dictates sale. $45,000 with terms. Phone
TROPICALPONTIAC
paved streets. See at N.E. 26th CHEVROLET radio. heater
Ter. or call for appointment ;377S3J1 power steerIng. new paint, Your Own Deal"TAKEFACTORY
or 37J-5327 REDFRANKS viewer. 372-5097 before 4 P.M. & .
Ph. Q50 after 4 P.M.

) 44 Cottages "for Rent .' REALESTATE Chevrolet Impale Cony. All SALE LABEL PRICE. $000.00
N.E. 1st St. Phone 374-0817 Excellent big engine. Five new 302 N.W. 8th Ave.

COTTAGE on Lane wnnott 22I Member Multiple Listing Stitch new battery. $85. 421 NW FR 2-2583 DEDUCT 10 . 000.00
miles from Gainesville. Lake privileges all the Ave. Phone 2-1820. % . . .
iLACHUA Hardware Co. for sale.
I $40 for one. $50 for two. Phone 462-1201 or 442-125. Belair V-8. 4 dr..
_372-C481 after p.m. buttons. condition new tires. air YOUR PRICE $00000
)ISTRIBUTORS WANTED; A revolutionary able power steering. $85. Call FR FOR THE CORRECT SHAW .
45 Furnished Aprs. new liquid cleaner : .
t Non Toxic Non Caustic _Non ; TIME a.
Voltile Non Flammable. Approved Center VOLKSWAGEN convertible
400 N.E llth St. 1 BR furnished heater. white walls show-
by U. S. Air Force -
apartment. $40 per mo. Phone presently being used for clean- USED condition. $125. Will take FR214flCourtesy & 5 YEAR/50:000 MILE WARRANTYSEE
F R 2-4351 or FR 4-29J7. up.
Ing military aircraft. First time 376-4009. Dealer.
at Of
1 each apartment and efficiency. offered for sate to industrial and see
'All until. supplied except gas. $75 commercial markets can be Wholesale.parkwood wagon with University Chevrolet THE "DODGE BOYS" TODAY AT

t t 'and 150. Call only after f p.m. used synthetics for cleaning or natural all fiber.metals.. Style '54 Plymouth STUDENT' perfect cond SPE N. Main St. at Kth Ave. KEETER

detreasing or de- new sworn to miles. $395. Phone
J72C481.EAST hot or cold
SIDE waxing-and M used as directed es. 6-4405.
for general light or heavy etc. Karmann-Ghia. Hard toP. ex k POOLE-GABLE"
f GARDENAPARTMENTS cleaning-Potential Unl I m I ted. per condition. H. H. Everett.' GAINESVILLEAUTO 238 W.
II University
Inquire: All-in-One Chemic Sewing Plant Phone 485-
Corp. 1930 N. E. 1S1 Street. Univ. Brooke Fla. SALES

I iS7 per month up North phone 945-7407 Miami. Florida 33162 or 3F COMET 2 dr.. auto trans. 1007 N. Main St. Phone FR 6-5371 11119 S.E. FIRST AVE. PHONE 372-4343

Gainesville's Finest chest : heater. Extra clean. $1250. Phone FR 2-6313 ..
61 Wanted to Buy chairs take trade 376-4009. Dealer.
Furnished or unfurnished violin Northcentrol FI rLdOSIndependent .
Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart Items. ; ; cony. 4 speed trans. Largest
ment. ;30? NE tth St. Phone ;3744tM. :ASH for your used appliances heater candy apple paint
Dealer
furniture clothing etc. Call Williams BABY seats. $1495. Will trade.
Service Center. HawthorneRd. co ; *. Dealer.* 4% & 5 % SALE
WANTED roommate grad student. 3723937. $2;
male share apt. with 2 others. or see radio. Beautiful -
( avail. Sept. to close to campus. COINS WANTEDII 1050. 2626 W. Univ. Ave. 1964 RAMBLERS
374-8334 between 4-7 P.M. proofs & uncirculated dollars BARKLEYMOTORS
and crowns of the world. Start ; CORVAIR Spider convertible.
SMALL fum. 1 BR. trailer for & COIN SHOP to".
REBEL STAMP have blue radio, heater 4
rent. Utilities furn except gas. 809 W. University Ave. and transmission wire wheel 2 DOOR COST $1693
.
$45. NW sect call 372 727 after _- bucket .
seats 4.000 miles.
!5IDAN
5:30 PM.CLOSE 62 Machinery & Tools 2145 E. or over 372776.payments. Phone 374- "IN THE AUTO GAMEBARKLEY'S plus 4 % 68

IN. downstairs. 1 BR turn ABLE saw iomter. powersaw nand I THE HAME'I
apt. off street parking. Adults and other portable power set $45 OLDSMOBILE Holiday power 2201 N. Main.St. $1761
Phone FR 4-9452. $15; & brakes, auto trans.,
only. No pets. 414 NE 7th St. tools. I
2-4373
FR
and l> heater. 225. Phone 376-
TRAILER 1 X :33. private lot. near :INE-ROW corn picker. $495. Good .
UF; $55 per month. Phone FR condition.iWaufler Bros. Inc.. Rt, FOR I. ::::::.
22051. 3, Box 217. Gainesville 3763336. lawn i J ... .....
I I]
FURNISHED 1 BR apartment at GoodarHREEQUARYER
64 Household I
2126 N.W. 7th St. Phone 372-8932. ETHAN

EFFICIENCY lights and water I pt.48 furnished.per Ideal mo.. springs and mattress.bed $25.with Phone box I ISO tain's king; MOTOR CO. Delivered With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL!

for FR working 4.5024.CLEAN girl or student. Phone 3729720. Gun $ SEZ : : STANDARD EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST !

I bedroom apartment FOR' SALE condition.30" gas 4 burners range In oven excellent I Home of 4% Profit 5 % Financing

across from Campus, couples on- broiler S. storaoe space. $40 or j Ij
ly. Call 3722830 for details. best offer 374-8775.
J/)
"We're RIDGWAYMOTOR
THREE pieces matched luvenile folding having aback
46 Unfurnished
Apts. .
furniture. $80.Phone other t* school .

I ,BOR apt. kit. furnished neat 376-6819. St. : CO.
and clean year's lease required. T-A-G APPLIANCES MOVIE ale en all of cur -'
4140 NW 9th St. SUe stone
Weseman Realty. FR 6-2472. 42 Refrigerator Tested and Guaranteed from S3?-up economy, compact 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
$3 up er; 51
ONE 3 Rm. and bath apartment.One e Ranges
4 Rm. apt. and bath. Both 17 Washers from $19 upI 1 he and 6 cyl'I'
$49 I I
with hot water. 107 SE 4th Ave. Dryers from up and .
For Food-Freezers from $'? up I -
Information call J. T. Howie 2 stove. -
FR 2.1090.LARGE 2 Dishwashers from $49 up inder automo -1
10 TV Sets from $35 up 7th St.
2 BR garage apt, JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. biles. All prices
space heater and water furnished 419 NW ath$ Ave.Ph. 3725303 RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
T.V. antenna. Can see aft.
SALE, i hot water tanks 30 drastically re
er 5 P.M. at 414 SE 6th 5?. FOR also 30
gaL with gas heater attached

47 Houses for Rent Furn. 150 gal.with butane gauges.gas 2 tank.crane Complete shallow -- yr.FR old- duced. If y u ANNOUNCES FOR THE FIRST TIME

well pumps. Inquire Lewis LIKE ; don't like these'pric.smskevi
CAMPVILLE nicely furnished 1 bed Jewelry Co.

room. no CCB pets.house Phone students 481.2171.or couple PIANO$49; Sofa$100;bed Kenmore& rocker elec.set range$35; GE Ironing ;:t WE WILL SELL ALL NEW 1964

SANTA FE LAKE. CCB cottages Bathlnette $9; car bed $3; baby A 4 ; offer.
modern. 1 efficiency and I twobedroom. recliner $2. ;374-4881. OLD. t7 SIt J 4'.
avail. Sept. I. Phone .4&$5 "
GR 5-5375 Melrose. PORTABLE more. Excellent dishwasher.condition.1959 Ken-$75. leigh I RAMBLERS

2 BR. house. S30 per month. See Phone FR 4-5890 to see. __ son. ,
Elmo Yarbrong Melrose Fla. Fla. "7 door, 4 speed, _
ELECTRIC: reng. Westinghouse I
: r4
: CO' Rvr AIR
2 bedrooms. CB. house fur. on 30". Excellent condition. $85. 00 $1
Swan Lake. $M Mo. Also Small Phone 372.5734.CENMORE ator. ; 545 I .
1 Br.. house $45 Mo. Call FR 2- washing machine $2S. $30. eate r. . . . . .--. I ,
1352 er GR 5-5220 Melrose. Heavy duty floor polisher $12 TAKE ;

SANTA FE LAKE. turn. S two- Phone 372-4474. can see at 1742 way Novc port cupet .
BR houses modem clean cou- N.W. 3rd PI. Rent CHEVY % .
II :
p'e' GR 5-5373 Sh e I I radio. 1545 .

41 Houses for Rent Unfurn. DISCOUNT . . . . . ;I 4 .

3 BR. 2 bath screened porch. $125 PRICESWe WILL 1 with
per mOo Located at 2048 N.W.Tth everybody. glass ; 62 VOLKSWAGEN : $ ". .
Lane. Call McKinney Greene., undersell trade 1245 ,

Inc. FR 23417. HENDRIX 2-1111. sharp . . . . .
-br. 1 bath family rm. N.E. clean FURNITURE CO. <4
I. spacious. kit eq. $125.00 NW 5th Ave. at 10th St. _
3 br, 2 bath, modern kit. sep dr '
sale. $2,. Call 762 VALIANT :
for .
rm. near shopping. Highlands GE after elec.5:30 stove PM. 372-7038. : 2 door heat- ::J .

2 br.$13000 1 bath. Rural area. $70.00 STUDIO couch; (blue) $25; rollaway real clean. . . :. : $1095 ABOVE OUR COSTFINANCING
MARY MOELLER REALTOR $10 1958 Coldspot refrig..
101* W. University FR 6-4471 RH hinge white. $125 (cost $340). 4 door automatic
S room unfurn. bungalow with! 2 11-1 or 7-f P.M. HOI NE 7th I 162RAMBLER ,
baths. ;3rd blk. from town. on St. transmis- $11/IT '

prominent E. Univ. Ave.avenue. Apply at 304 KITCHEN 4 chairs table.$30. Call Formica FR 4-W29 top. after with radio heater. . . II rD

7 ROOM. 2 story.; BR IV* baths. 6 P.M. / /
$140 per mo. Garage. 555 NE AIR Monia, 4 Sped--
762 COR V 0/0
7th Ave. GR 5-5032. 65 Antiques radio i $
] BR. 1 bath $150. 1937 NW 2nd 1295 ,
-
Ave. Phone 3763401. ANTIQUE : . T .
"GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK" 5
2 Bedroom kitchen equipped. 1 a priceless possessionCan heaterSTUDEBAKER
space heater garage. Adults be seen by appointment only
I- enly. $45 Mo. 20 L 26 SE 9th St. TeIephc.e 1-473-4315 :
:
FR 6-5724 far Info. 16' auto. sooe : -

LARGE 1 story four BR house 66 Misc .For Sale. transmission, heater . . TD
with play room. Llv. rm. din. ;ic
,
machine.
Melikian vending
2V1 iuod
rm. kitchen combination.
ta ten different Savoy 2 door,6
bath. 4 mL from town. Good will items vend at ten up prices. in refnger. 761 PLYMOUTH i
yard for children. $125 moo. Call ated like-new condition. Call cylinder, $ ?

FR 21648. FR 8107 after e.OO p.m. Will transmission heater. . 795 .:
1 BR home for lease. S1U per deliver.__ .
ml). Located at IIS NW 20th St. Americana Encyclo '
of 15 Vol.
Contact owner at MS NW 20th St. SET pedias. Set of U Stodldard's Lee ;: FALCON 2 door standard trans01 .

2 BR. kitchen fume $8250 per mo. tures. First reasonable offer. Mrs. mission i new $
24 NE 20th St. Back yard fenced. Parker. In Hammock St. Willis 845
Contact Ward at 372-328 or 2- ton._ . . . . . Available on all New & Executive Driven 1964 Ramblers.
48S5. BROWN tweed sofabed. used 2
FOR RENT 3 bedroom. 2 bath months $35. See after 4:30 pm 2 door. hardtop uto.mattc .
new home. Complete electric a I at Chi Ave.. Lot 7, Archer Rd. 161 VALIANT
kitchen. cent. heating & air con- Village.___ tram- ONLY FIVE EXECUTIVE DRIVEN

ditioning.ism st. Located at 1709 N. E. l'60 WESTINGHOUSE treeter compartment.Refrigeratorwith In good i..3son! ; radio heater. . .. . .$945 RAMBLERSLEFT

S. E. SAPP. REALTOR. condition. $75 cash. Call FR .

Newberry. Florida $817 to see.___. 161 DODGE Lancer 4 door, automatictransmission 4 WITH AIR CONDITIONING
THREE bedr2 bath. house Thor Multi Matic Air fool kit. 7A I
with Fla. room. built In range Makes 7 tools all air driven. $995
N.W. Section. $120 per mo. Phone Carrying cs & quick diseonnec 1 heater. . . . . i
4-1177. Waldo. hoses. $50. FR 6-2377.
ALL USED CAR PRICES SLASHEDWE
VERY nice 3 BR. 1 bath house Formica top II X 20' boards for 2 door, hardtop auto-
at 706 N. W. 36th Ave Kitchen do It ur setters. $1. Kiddieend 161 VALIANT
furnished., $125 mo. Call University !- table. Kitchen bin or board.E matic trans- $
Realty. 372-4351._ Gainesville Auto Top>> Shop._ : : nOC MUST MAKE ROOM FOR THE
BEDROOM CCB house. Kitchen LOSE WEIGHT safely with rev I radio, heater . . . 77.V
,equipped. at 1140 SE 21 st Ave. Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only M cents. low
$45 per mo. Phone 2-4136._ 3 PER WEEK. Canova DruG FORD 2. doop standard transmisOU 1965 1 RAMBLERSRIDGWAY'S

FOR RENT unfurn. 2 BR frame Company. I sion radio, heater $ '
house $50 per mOo 2016 NW ;35th I have a SI" Zenith TV for sale,
_Ave. Phone 372-M73._ I Works perfectly. Will sacrifice II I cylinder. . . . . 695'Aft
$4*. Parkers BarBQ. 1214 NV\
THREE bedroom house. fence:! i --
back yard available Sept. am. 5th Ave. 372-tm._. 4 door standard

5121 NW Tth Ter Phone 37TM33. CITIZEN and BAND Used RADIOSNew 160 ; OU RAMBLER transmission, CAN SELL FOR' LESS

49 Rooms For Rent Complete line of photo supplle I radio heater air $995
FULLER'S FOTO INC. cond.
THREE room' air conditioned suite 61. W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 BECAUSE THEY'RE LOCATED

no cooking. Private bath and en TRADE: your costly to eperat 60 2 door. hardtop, $
trance. $75 per mOo Phone FR ELECTRIC: water heater. an METRO 395
2-1361. $... for a new gtasslmed GA radio "eater. JUST ACROSS THE TRACKS
ln water heater. Much more he
iCE comtortaWe! corner mom
week montn water at about half the cost wit! door hardtop
private home or OUR LP GAS. PROPANE 157 DOD'GE automatictransmission.

Men Phone only.FR 6-3108.1917_N.E. 8th Ave ARCHER ROAD. FR 45110DOWLING'S '56 $405 WHERE OVERHEAD IS LOWERSEE

.jvjTH refrigerator room for I Chairs low as UPHOLSTERY$8. No men V '59 radio, heater power steer., new tires.
quiet graduate student or busl down low as $5 per montt '
ness man. In private home wit Free estimates. pickup and d< 58 4 door
let automatic
)
separate entrance. Ph. 376-767: livery service. All work guarat '58 Jh CHEVROLET OUR BIG, SELECTION OF NO MONEY DOWN CARSRIDGWAY

FURNISHED rooms brick house teed. Phone 374-7714._ tronsmis. $ .

2'blocks. from Campus. 721S PRICES SLASHED sion radio ,heater. . . 125 AT
-
.W. 1st Ave.
On all types of office equipment 1 t. -
-ROOMS for rent $8 per week. Less than wholesale.' New use See J. L WILBUR
: SMITH. SUGH PAUL
t -502 N. Main Sr. and rebuilt electric and maoui -
adding machines; typewriter I;
DESIRABLE single room. edlacenrto cash registers calculators; li m BARNETT, FRANK.GRAY.
bath, we .. Ielephone.> rotrloo check writers el all metes lit e
erator. gentlemen only. 1414 NW new. $20 and .... Terms can t C
12th Rd. Ph 374-28. _, arranged. Will take trade-las. Un Ie
*- versity Office Equipment, at HAWESPOWERSMOTOR I
51 Misc. Rentals I. E CHECK PROTECTOR COA
PANY 3727 N.W. 4th St. FR : I ,
Of 43 FR 2-i05.
or
'tARGE- house vaiier 1 for rent onlarge I
private tot Ideal for cowpjeCan WE WANT TO buy late model me
/ for inert Information J721ST refrigerators. Exceptionally filg. CO.IMPERIAL.VALIANT.CHRYSUR.PLYMOUTh.SIMCA .
CO.
!. _- trade-ins now ,1WILSON'S -.' .' MOTOR

.. EXCHANGE
.
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111 S.E. lit Street Phone FR 44471 1. .

-.a.. 754"* Bueineu Rentals FOR SALE T.V. In excel I* : 312 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-3400 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433

tub .
i : I condition with new picture I
; wartfrmm torrent.It h36. $()',Includes Its own Mjuslabtable. Ii -
.r & Fcrdyce C<. 372-1114.



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