Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
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System ID: UF00079931:00266
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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IIII! tfr & PRESCOTT, Ariz. (AP) By CHARLES MOHR in an illegal payment of more than $25-
Sen. Barry Goldwater, keynot- PHOENIX; Ariz. Sen. Barry Goldwater'sown 000 into the Democratic Party coffers by
ing his campaign for the White voter opinion polls show that President Matthew H. McCloskey, a contractor and im- Quits
a6Ch House, promised today to end Lyndon B. Johnson has a great lead over Gold- portant Democratic Party fund raiser.It .
j IIf I the draft, keep the peace and water, and the senator is not surprised. was possible that Goldwater felt that the

II I halt "the cancerous growth of However, he feels that subtle impulses, manyof issue of integrity in office could be enlarged to As Atty Gen.
the federal government." which voters will not discuss candidly with be used against President Johnson. The sources ,

I "I do not intend to be a wartime pollsters or with any other questioners, are at said that Goldwater felt that no one who played WASHINGTON (AP) Robert

president," the Republican work among voters this year and could give straight could become. wealthy in public office. F. Kennedy, off at last-on an-

''Y w presidential nominee declared. Goldwater a victory on Nov. 3. that holding a Senate seat, for instance, had elective political career of his
\R And Goldwater said he would Sources close to Goldwater indicated Wednes- cost Goldwater $100,000.
own, turns in his resignation as
+" '34 keep the peace without the day that he holds those opinions.The Goldwater flew here last night from Washington attorney general today.
draft. sources also said that Goldwater now after casting a vote in the Senate against a
"Republicans will end the saw honesty in high office as a major issue of Democratic administration proposal for medi- Kennedy, who already has

draft altogether, and as soon as the campaign and that, while he had once be- care. The proposal carried by a vote of. 49 to 44. begun his campaign for the Sen-
he said. "That I lieved the case of Robert G. Baker to be dead as Goldwater dashed to Washington from Phoenix ate in New York, meets with
i possible, an issue, it had suddenly come very much to Tuesday night when Senate Republican Leader President Johnson to make offi-
Large Scale Fish ScalingEdgar .1 promise you. life. Everett M. Dirksen had indicated that Goldwa cial his departure from the Cab-
Goldwater accused President
Republican Senator John J. Williams of Dela- ter's vote was needed. inet post his assassinated
Johnson of using the Selective brother gave him in 1961.
Cassells (background) supervises the
Service System "for politicaland
Kennedy 38, thus becomes the
annual Haw-
cleaning of the main ingredient of the
thorne Free Fish Fry, slated to start at 4:30 p.m. social schemes"Returning ancestral fourth: member of the original
to the Senate OKs Social Hikes New Frontier
Security Cabinet to step
the school The
today on high grounds. crew yesterday -
home where he launched his two out, and the first to leave since
cleaned of mullet to feed
l/2! an expected Gold-
the Senate
campaigns for Johnson succeeded John F.
8,000 to 10,000 fish fry visitors. Serving of fish will
water said a prepared
continue 'til 6 today, at which time a Kennedy.
p.m. program
"The campaign we Bill With Medicare
speech: Passes RiderWASHINGTON Preceding him were Secre-
featuring Haydon Burns as speaker will begin. (Sun launch today is dedicated to tary of Labor Arthur J. Gold
photo by Bob Meeker)
peace through preparedness, (AP) The dividual retirement benefits pro- berg, now a Supreme Court justice -
progress through freedom, purpose ; Secretary of Welfare Abra- .
Senate today passed the bill establishing vided the is
through constitutional or- Florida Vote by measure $7 a ham A. Ribicoff now a senator I
der." a health care pro- month, establishing a new scaleof from Connecticut, and Post- i
Khanh Resumes Prescott authorities forecast a gram for the elderly under So- WASHINGTON (AP) Flori $47 to $134. master General J. Edward Day, t
cial and
crowd of more than 35,000 Security increasingcash da's two senators George Sma- who quit to return to private
payments for all those now and Holland Earlier today, the Senate defeated
more than double the populationof thers Spessard ,
R this one-time territorial capi- on the benefit rolls. were among the 44 voting 64-23, a proposed amend- life.Six members of the original
Viet Nam RuleSAIGON tal in Arizona's hill country, 100 The roll-call vote was 60 to 28. against the amendment callingfor ment by Sen. Winston L. Prouty, Kennedy Cabinet remain in I
miles from Phoenix. The measure was sent back to medical care for the aged R-Vt., to raise the minimum their posts. -

Rep. William E. Miller of New the House, setting the stage fora Wednesday. The amendment monthly Social Security retirement As long as a year ago, before I
South Viet Nam fore Khanh went to Dalat last York, the Republican vice presidential dramatic battle to try to enact passed 4944. pay from the present $40 President Kennedy was slain,
(AP) Maj. Gen. Nguyen week, following violent antigov- nominee, was to be on the health program at this session to $70. Robert Kennedy said he would snot
Khanh again assumed full com- ernment demonstrations, he hand for Goldwater's kickoff. The House did not 'include stay on at the Justice De-
it in bin. in The biggest Senate fight on
its health benefits the bill.The
South Viet Nam's sha- original partment for second term.
mand of charged that members of the Goldwater will return the favor the a
ky government today. The premier party had plotted against his Saturday in Lockport, N.Y. President Johnson was being provision covers persons not un- Wednesday legislation with dramatic was settled 49- After his brother's death,

said he had won support of government. He conferred today In other opening shots of the urged by backers of the program der Social Security as well as 44 vote to add to .it hospitalization Kennedy said he would remainon
to do everything in his -
Buddhist leaders who were with Nguyen Ton Hoan, leaderof Goldwater campaign against those who are. and other health the job through this year's
to to the House care
try get
threatening to renew antigov- the party who resigned President Johnson: power elections. But after Johnson
fits for
conferees to along with at The benefits would persons over 65.
ernment violence unless their Wednesday as vice premier after The Arizona conservative accused go include foreclosed the vice presidencyto
I demands were met.Khanh's charging Khanh's govern- Johnson of using "the least some of the health plan. hospitalization, nursing home Increased retirement and other him, he decided on the Senate
ment had no legal standing. outmoded and unfair military As it passed the Senate, the care, outpatient diagnostic services benefits would also be pro- race in New York, although he
return to power aftera "Gen. Khanh plans no repri- draft system for social schemesas bill would increase Social Secu- and home health visits. vided, and both the tax rates votes, in Massachusetts and
five-day "temporary retire rity benefits by more than $3 This is a version of a
proposalthat lives
sals against them," the spokesman well as military objectives. and the wage base on which in Virginia.Indict .
ment" at the mountain resort of billion about be- has
evenly been
said. He said Johnson's is an ad- split Congressfor they afe levied would be raisedto
Dalat was disclosed by a government ministration of "mobs in the tween health care and higher more than a dozen years. meet the added costs.It .
} spokesman' following a Khanh also won an agreementfrom restrained the cash benefits.It About 20 million persons now Trio
only by
Buddhist leaders to call offa was the first time either
six-hour emergency Cabinet that wait until after would boost taxes for the drawing Social Security retirement
session. Khanh flew to Saigon planned hunger strike and a plea election time they to ignite violenceonce system by about $3.5 billion, to a survivor and disability branch of Congress ever had
from Dalat amid reports that he possible general strike, the gov- total of $20 billion. checks would receive increases agreed to write a health care In Slaying
was demanding full support ernment said. The agreement He charged the President fol. About 18 million persons over under the bill. program into the 29yearoldSee

from all members of the care- presumably entails concessions, lows "the way of unilateral disarmament 65 would be eligible for the The increase in the basic in- ( SENATE on Page 2)) Of GrocerBy
taker government that had been but these were not spelled out. and appeasement in
led by acting Premier Nguyen The spokesman said the Bud- "
Xuan Oanh. dhists fully supported his re- foreign Sen. Cross' Criticism NORM LaCOE .
sumption of duties. He said the growth of the fed- of Fla. Sun Staff WriterA
"The military has promisedGen. eral government "must and
17-year-old Starke her
Khanh their complete support (See VIET NAM on Page 2)) shall be stopped." But he added husband and another girl,
situation looks much "prudence requires that we proceed man were
more stabilized today," the Minimum Wage slowly the and central steadily in Education Called MisplacedBy chua County yesterday grand by jury the Ala-for i
I spokesman said. first
degree murder in the shoot.
Effective from its unwarranted -
Khanh, 37, was expected to Today many ing death of Gainesville grocerR.
retain members of the powerfulDai interventions" in our private 1. "I disagree with the legislator T. Culpepper on April 29.
WASHINGTON (AP-A new economic lives. Staff WriterTALLAHASSEE .If from Alachua County who
Viet party in the government Report Issued "Uncle Jack" Culpepper, 69,
and the armed forces. Be- federal minimum wage of $1.15 Assailing Johnson's handlingof Moments says this (higher education owned Culpepper's Market at
per hour goes into effect today, the Selective Service prop after rebuking state officials for On problem) borders on pub 1720 Waldo Rd. He was shot
covering some 3.6 million work- gram, Goldwater declared: waging a "battle of press re- BlackwellTom lic scandal," the attorney gen down and killed in a robbery
r ers who were brought under "Republicans understand that leases" on Florida's higher education eral said. attempt, but apparently wounded -
)J. WHERE TO federal labor standards :J961.. the military forces need trained program*yesterday, At- He hastened to explain to his assailant. Two pistols
f' But the Labor Department es- volunteers who make the military torney General James Kynes Adams' criticisms of the Rep. Osee Fagan, a memberof both fired, were found at the
l% FIND IT timates the law will bring pay service a career." aimed a new attack on a new university system operation in the subcommittee, that he scene.,
raises to only about half a mil- "Republicans understand that critic, Sen. J. Emory (Red.) a statement issued Aug. 6. And was not referring to him. Robert Lamar Joiner, 22,
lion of these. The others are already the purpose of the military Cross of Alachua County. added some of his own. Kynes said cabinet m embers Chipley, appeared at Alachua
Comics .-.. 9 making at least $1.15. forces is not social or political Last month Cross said the operation Yesterday Kynes told members have a responsibility to General Hospital with bullet
Classified 18-21 The hourly increase from $1 it is to help keep the peace of of the state univer- of the higher educat ion handle higher education mat- wounds shortly after the robbery -
Entertainment 10 2 primarily affects workers in retail the world," he said. "To use sities is reaching the "dimen-. subcommittee i n v e stigating ters and provide the "properforum" attempt. He was one of

Obituaries .. :4.5 service and construction military services for political or sions of a public scandal" following Blackwell's resignation that if for airing any flaws the three against whom the t
Opinion Pdge trades. social schemes as this admin- the resignation of FSU Cross knows of
. 11-15 any public scan that "I am certain exist""These grand jury directed a murder
.. Women's Sports . 6-8 Next year, they will step up istration does is to drift closer President Dr Gordon Black- dal in the education system he flaws can be dealt indictment.
to the $1.25 minimum that al- to war on an ebbing tide of well. should take the issues to the with in an affirmative fashion," Connie Dampier and her bus.
ready covers some 25 million military strength." The Alachua County Senator Board of Education or the edu- Kynes added. "A public offici- band John Scott Dampier, 21,
American workers. (See BARRY on Page 2)) supported Secretary of State cation subcommittee. (See FSU on Page 2)) (See INDICT on Page )

I j Dropouts Face Bleak Future--How Help Them 2)i II

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in American educational history more students graduated from few may have better success, but the rags-to-riches success
II PART 2 high school than dropped out story of the days of Horatio Alger are few and far between. .I
II The problem is' acute today because jobs that were available Last year a member of the Alachua County Children's Committee
By CLIFF CORMIER, Sun Education Writer .....,_ T 4 15 years ago have been automated, and the farm is no longer painted a picture similar to this one in a report made to ,
Education Each year an estimated 300 high school pupils in absorbing the unemployed. the. School Board on the findings of a special survey on dropouts.
Alachua County secondary schools fall by the way- Enough local studies have been made to permit a promo Arguments for an area vocational technical school found new
side before they receive their diplomas. sketch of Alachua's dropout strength in the School Board after it beard the report

They are the dropouts. j,,, Here, the typical dropout is a 16-year-old, more often a boy. He "We ought to be bollerin' for a vocational school, not a junior -
Compared to the total number of high school has low have than 90 "
a IQ-only a few higher IQ -and he comes college, one member huffed indignantly.
.o graduates in the county last year 855 this means from a family whose income averages $,314 a year, often torn offered
Another member thereupon a resolution to put the
that for about did t
Challenge every three who graduate, one apart by domestic problems.
not complete school School Board firmly on record as being 100 per cent dedicated to
Because of his poor home environment: he feels unwanted and the pursuit of a vocational technical 1 school.

Early identification of the- droDout is- one of the -... -,- unaccepted. In defense he throws up a barrier of hostility, making Before the motion could be seconded Supt. E. D. Manning Jr.
ways of trying to salvage this crop of partially- it nearly impossible for teachers to communicate with him.It was able to remind the board that it already was on record as

Alackua educated students, and this year Don Allen director is relief to him and sometimes teachers too, when he turns 16, favoring the vocational school and no additional resolution was
To of instruction for the School Board, has Cormierhis the maximum age for compulsory school attendance in Florida necessary.

finger on a list of 800 potential dropouts. He escapes the glare of his failures and the loneliness of his Does the dropout problem really strengthen the case for a
Their fate depends on the persuasiveness of a handful of guidance social status by dropping out of school, usually in the 9th grade. vocational school? And is the School Board confusing the purpose -
counselors and the skill and of teachers. Poorly educated (he reads and writes poorly) and riot trainedto of vocational education?
-_ patience perform semi-skilled or skilled work with his hands, he ends According to studies made by the American Personnel and
; County The dropout is by no means a local problem nor is it a new up holding down menial job at subsistence pay. Guidance Association, the dropout really likes to go to school.
one. According to the National Education Association the present Within three or four years, if he has not returned to school, the But it takes good counseling_ to reach his wave length and zno.U-

N .__ < _.._ rate of dropouts is 35 per cent of all school-age children; 14 years die is cast He will continue to eke out a livelihood from the vale him
lit *go tt was 50 per cent. It was not until 1951 that for the first time bottom rung of the economic ladder. J(.See VOCATIONAL QII Page 3)t)
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': Z Gainesville Sun Thursday. September 3, 1964 .l

Weather Roundup More About 'I Florida & tuarit5'' ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A

Swinging ;1

? aw a tlauw+s FS1Io will be at 2:30 p.m.
B To LBJ Friday for Horace J. Arlington I

YaoaeM* ge 1 : Bryant 56, who died Tuesday night. by Rivers Construction Co.A .
The funeral will be in the Wil- ,

al has the responsibility to take TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov. is strong enough to sustain variations liams-Thomas chapel, Dr. T. V. QUALITY POOL Backed by a '"
A: Clear to partly cloudy today and the issue to the proper forum." I Farris Bryant said today he be- ," he said. "I never wasa McCaul officiating. Burial will I I
Friday, Isolated mostly afternoon sand I IKynes' be in Hillcrest Memorial Park. FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY
lieves President Johnson is gaining loyalist in demandingstrict !
.. evening thundershowers. Low to- i taaear appeared briefly atyesterday's party t
plight 70 to 74, high Friday to to, *'. ti subcommittee strength in Florida."I adherence to party lines.": Mr. Arrington formerly own
Variable 10 to II mil* winds. a meeting 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40
called by chairman Rep. have said Johnson can car- "I hope they'll come back ed the Central Florida Gas and -

BCDEFGHIScatE ,.......:... Phil Ashler of Pensacola to in- ry Florida," he told his news shortly. I hope they'll see the Appliance Co. He was a Levy Priced at $3.000 to $3,500
tered thundershowers mainlyin 1 1 "" vestigate reports that the FSU conference. "Now I have almost error of their ways." County native, and lived in NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH

afternoon, otherwise gen- president resigned because of reached the conclusion that he Bryant apparently was refer- Gainesville since 1950.

-. erally fair through Friday. i a "long series of mistakes and will carry Florida." ring to the recent announcementby EACH POOL YOU GET
Low tonight in 70s. High Friday 1., frustrations and woeful malad- Bryant said he reached his three Democratic legislative Cave-In Fatal Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board

90 to 95. Variable mostly '_t..l ministration" as charged by conclusion as a result of discussions leaders that they were supporting Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
east 5 to 15 mile winds. some officials, including Senator with people from throughout GoldWater.The SARASOTA (AP) Eddie Leaf Net
Cross. ,the state, from his mail and McFadden, 27, a cons!tuction '
-..;: J K: Few showers otherwise partly three were House Speaker FOP''FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATIONRIVERSCONSTRUCTION
from -
s a series of polls. worker, suffocated when a sew CALL
cloudy through Friday. Low tonight
Mallory Home of Leon County
.* '-73: to 60. high Friday 88 to 92. Mostly. m?? Ashler prefaced the meeting "The trend is definitely in er trench cave-in buried him
east and southeast 5 to IS mile winds. with a statement outlining theubcommittee's Johnson's direction," he said. Rep. (and former speaker) William Wednesday. CO.
Chappell County,
...... ALMANAC responsibilities Bryant described the polls as McFadden's co-workers dug 1909 fAST 5th STREET
--Municipal Airport readings and Rep. Ray Mattox of Polk
Sunset today ... i-M: pm. in studying administration of seeking to provide a typical him out of the 12-foot diL-h from OCALA
'' 622-7049
,. for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: :
...... : County.
Sunrise tomorrow 601 '
....-. Moonrise tomorrow ........ 4:11 am.am. High 91 at 2 low 72 at the state universities and junior sample of the thinking of peoplein which one other worker scram 622-7048 FLA.ZALE'S .
New Moon ...... ... Saturday night." p.m. colleges, noting that the various areas of the state. I Bryant said since returning bled to safety when the cavern i
..MtiTht telescopic planet. Uranus, Is now 6 a.m. No rain.TEMPERATURES. from the Democratic National
I ,.?. almost directly beyond the Sun. Its committee was not "on a witch Asked whether he thought: occurred. ,
I distance from the Earth today if about ELSEWHERE hunt. Democrats who worked for Re- Convention last week, he was
'1 .,...1.aoo.OOI.ooo miles. the greatest It will H L prcn. unable to work much on presi-I
.be this publican presidential candidate
i I ..' year. Tampa Jacksonville 90 90 76I' 7) "It is this committee's responsibility Barry Goldwater should b e dential campaign plans. II I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD !

CEDAR KEY TIDES Atlanta New Orleans 94 84 446t to provide legislative drummed out of the party, Bry- Nevertheless, he said, he was
..". Boston 74 55 guidance in the development of working out details of PresidentJohnson's .
Friday High at 12:59 a.m. and ant said he would not close the OUTSTANDING 1a 0 4 i&M
12:04 p.m. Low at 6:11 a.m. and 7:11 New York M 51pm. a strong, respected and efficient scheduled speaking
WashingtonChicago 82 57 to any prodigal son.
I' S3 64 system of higher education "I think the Democratic Party engagements in Florida. ,
K MARINE FORECAST Kansas Denver City 91 92 J4 47 ," Ashler explained.He "The President will speak in BY
EAST GULF: Variable 5 to IS knot Ft. Worth 98 74 announced that Florida," he said. "I have been 62-PC. STAINLESS FLATWARE

.... showers.winds through Friday. Scattered Seattle Los Angeles 62 85 a 62 the committee met yesterdaymorning membersof : PaliNamed working on the plans." ONEIDA

with Blackwell and Bryant said .Johnson would 1881 ROGERS, QUALITY
I More About address a meeting of the Inter-
were satisfied that the resigning -
: As Killers national :Machinists Union in
president is leaving for personal -
Miami Beach this month, 'but
: reasons and not from
I BarryFrom that is not counted as a Florida I ?
any shortcomings in the university -
I : system. Of EducatorDANIELSVILLE visit. Of course, r expect he rI

f :.:: Pane 1 will touch on politics."
Ashler said after'an hour or The governor said he expectedto
Ga. (AP) I
'" ,
two with turn $108,000 in funds I I
; talking Blackw ell over
L national Two white men have been
members of the committee collected from this year's presi- i
that it named in a statement as the
can party ,
were "completely convinced he dential dinner in Miami to the
killers of Negro educator Lem-
"I its
that will sup-the resigned" wholly for persona uel Penn. The statement was State Democratic executive' I p I -
i Committee for distribution to
...added, the read in court over vigorous ob- candidates.The h y''

;1, freedom at Gold- "There is no denying that jections of their attorney. money would be used to
there were some frustrations The FBI said the statement,
push the campaigns
He did
..that seeks (in his job), Ashler said. "They read Wednesday at the trial of candidates at the state

as an may have been contributing Joseph Howard Sims and Cecil level. Other party funds will be '' I '
social li I'
But for Paul political factors but they were not decisive William Myers, was signed by used for local races.Gainesville A 4 I Iwl 6, Ili i ,i I
I ". : in his decision to leave James S. Lackey, one of four fI I i I q.. ipl ,,ll dllI d ',
rl. .tary, would 'allahassee." men charged in the slaying.

i;= talking task of Penn, of Washington, D.C., I 1 I ,I,l a IP t
.programs The Pensacola legislator indicated was shot to death Sun ,' PIECES 3 vI
i down to early July 11 I I r II tII
s men that the Blackwell matter as he drove through north Geor- Published except I .. I
evenings I Ih
II r !
L draft stability was closed, noting, "nowwe gia with two companions. Saturday, and Sunday morn- h $ n A 95
can return to the real workof ings by the Gainesville Pub-
: -Johnson this committee." Although Lackey has repudiated lishing Company at 101 SE
-Aug. 14 for the statement, it was admit- 2nd Place, Gainesville Florid, -. L _
I T, rehabilitate the I Yesterday's committee was ted as evidence by Superior and entered as second class '-- I {!- 1

., rejected by thriving ailed to inquire into a dispute Court Judge Carey Skelton aft- matter Gainesville at,the Florida.CIRCULATION Post. Office OT complete
or physical between Sec. of State Tom Ad- er an hours-long legal battle be-1 h ,
at and Gov. Farris tween defense attorney James RATES BY f in11
ams Bryant, t
The to the both members of the State Hudson and a special -I
I 1 Week .45 Stainless steel flatware,expertly crafted by the famous Oneida, offers you quality finish and excellent balance of fine tableware.
1 April a Board of Education, over the Jeff Wayne.As 3 Mos. $5.85All And of cQurse, its'dishwasher proof and never needs polishing. You'll want to use it every day and you can! \

tem, and cause of Blackwell's icsignaion. Wayne read the statement, mail subscriptions must .8 dinner knives,the forged blades are serrated lor easy Cutting I
would Blackwell was criticizedat the courtroom became deathly be paid in advance. 8 dinner forks 16 teaspoons 1 butter knife
j ending a Board of Control meeting silent. The jury of white men Member of Audit Bureau of .8 8 soup salad spoons a decade. listened Circulation.All 1 sugar spoon
by Board member Charles R. impassively. material contained herein Is
Foreman on July 24. At one point, Wayne quoted: the property of the Gainesville NO MONEY DOWN. .. $1 WEEKLY
: I Five days later he resignedto "Both; Sims and Myers fired Publishing Reproduction Company in whole, or(c)In 1744.part f

the 1 accept the presidency of shotguns into the Negroes' car." written is strictly perrtwjsion forbidden of the without publisher.the MAIL. ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED PHONE 376-5891 12 E. UNIVERSIT YAVEt

0 that o Furman effective in February. Myers: ._ .wife, expecting afourth I .
rioting.He planned Adams termed the resignation child at any time, burst I
to end
symptom of the ills of the Into tears. She and Sims' moth-
said university system with Bryant er sobbed. Several other women,

: of the and denying the charge.In seated nearby began to cry. I

; enforce addition to Kynes, other Lackey, who faces trial later,

the officials appearing before the was quoted as saying he "had I; .. -...
More was to committee yesterday were: no idea they would really shoot II 1

: deputy Board of Control Executive Director the Negro and was very surprised -

: J. Broward Culpepper when two shots were

-: and Dr. James L. Wattenbarger fired." --

I director of the Division of! Clete Johnson the state pros- f ....... -._ -
i He Community Colleges. ecutor, was asked later by : -... -

: I' Adams also sent preparedstatements l porter if the statement are-I a"M" = : :7':
appar- on higher education -'
I serve to reduce the p.
: 'are : direct and proposals for handling the: murder against Lackey. He! a.Jt..n......" : .. :::

ph the he junior college program to the: said, "No, he's subject to the'
He committee yesterday. The secretary same penalty as the others." !
Two wl -
: Indicted of state repeated his cal I In a surprise move, state at-| ..... I
for giving the universities and I i 4
: first torneys dropped charges against I 1111 -
Caretha is much junior colleges more autonomy the fourth defendant Herbert)!

gro, was much The higher education subcommittee Guest and called him to the; y.
Zack officials will meet here or Sept. stand as a prosecution witness.! NIr
: shooting 18 with the Board of Control. Guest insisted he could not
I ... _. ..
remember statement to
giving a
: Bridges D.
Franklin 4'.J Khanh 'Equal Time9Demanded the FBI about the slaying. I \ fP e- .. ., :

: Negro, in Guest still faces a federal con-
.. ing spiracy charge under the civil i a. ... :

home at rights law.More. .' '

: 3. Miss before Friction between the University About .
Circuit down of Florida and Florida : !

Jr., called that State University broke out ala t r A
fore him then legislative sub committee Senate a

r meeting on higher education I. '\
Q insolvant. but in Tallahassee'yesterday.. : ;,2 : '"
From 1
pointed to Khanh "I demand equal time for Page f'. {
The of the FSU," Leon County Rep. Richard Social Security system. The i .. (

0. Mitchell protested tc I Senate rejected similar proposals !
will plead regards the subcommittee. in 1960 and 1962. .

State leader in "Wayne Reitz got on Candid Brighten YourProfit
he hopes The health care amendment, ;
no for the
can be University oi f sponsored by Sens. Albert Gore,I ..
him Florida and
I think FSU should "'<
Sitting D-Tenn., and Clinton P. Anderson
John G. have equal time." D-N.M.: was put through: <
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ton J. 5 Republicans. I J"1., ; .
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liam B. Sen. Frank J. Lausche of Ohio,i

H. Awaited and 28 Republicans including i 'your business progress upward with other progressive busi-. ,
Philip H. Sen. Barry Goldwater, his par-I r fe

ty's presidential nominee. I '. ness men who use Gainesville Sun advertising to reach prospects '_ !,..
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statement the vote was vie- ,
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Tnrolled: voting swer. t and judgment of our i -' j'y
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brary. Septem- :has had its effect. He said the wage earners. -.J>:t .!, ;' "". :
The cf Reg I order April 20 was an actionof The health care amendmentwas '. \ 1 t
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were r ida, of yesterday, and remained h ses- when the measure goes to a i 4"t__
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'! : ,i t** :\ .) Unitarians: Earnest Desire to Seek -Truth :,

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: fits Is Part one of a two- -! preme matters of the spirit. the Unitarian ruler of Transylvania the vigorous leadership of Frederick r
7 part article on "What is
a They choose to avoid an exces- (now part of Hungary)I,' May Eliot, who died in
:- Unitarian one in the Sun's sive use of all words that standin issued the first great edict for 1958, the Unitarian movem e n t About the Author
continuing series
on "What the way of, instead of en- religious freedom in his land, has doubled in size.
:. 'Oui OUR
Religions Are. WHAT
-. couraging, profound under- By 1600 there were: '425 Unitar. .
'' standing.' ian churches in that country. Karl M. is
f Chworowsky minister emeritus of the First.
r. "By KARL M. CHWOROWSKY What do Unitarians believe
Unitarian Church of Fairfield in '
rfLIGIONS about the Bible? County Westport, Connecticut -
2 NOTE TO THE READER- : How did the name "Uni- How did Unitarianism develop He is a member of the United World Federalists,

-. Since, 1961, Unitarians in North tarian" arise? in America? The Scriptures occupy a position the Unitarian Fellowship for Social Justice, the American

1 I America have been part of a ARE of high esteem and affection Christian Palestine Committee, the American Civil Liberties
It can be said that the rootsof Along with the Universalists,, among Unitarians. This Union, and the American Humanist Association.Mr. .
r new and larger organization Unitarianism go back to the the Unitarians' trace their history immortal book of religious in- Chworowsky for 12 years was minister of the Unitarian

;. the Unitarian Universalist Association -- :r----. early years of the Christian in the United States backto : spiration, with its prose, poetry Church of Flatbush in Brooklyn. He has written

a consolidation of the Church, when those who dis- revolutionary days. The first t: and drama, is used in Unitar- many articles, sermons, and reviews which have been re-

I American Unitarian Association agreed with the develop i n g Universalist church was established ian churches. Divinity ,students printed in journals throughout the world.

and Universalist Church of! I "Christology" were active un- in 1779 by John Murrayin in their preparation for the Unitarian -

I America. Church not the der such names as Ebionites Gloucester, Massachusetts.In .
depends upon The seeming intolerance and ministry undergo a of Galilean.
message the great What do Unitarians teach
acceptance of a dogmatic creed,!prejudice of many Christians Samosatenians, A r i ans and 1794, Joseph Priestley, the thorough training in the Bible. They consider him one of the about sin?
J The first. of Unitarian
J yearbook PteJ Photinians. discoverer of came to
Universalist Association but simply upon the honest desire -make it difficult, at. times, for oxygen rarest.of personalities that have
America as a religious refugee i Unitarians recognize the evil
I listed 651 active churches and in a person's heart, "to do Unitarians to 'rejoice in the These dissenters formed small from England and began Do Unitarians believe the walked among men. :in our world and man's

358 Fellowships (smaller lay justly, to love kindness, and to name of "Christian"Unitarians movements of protest against preaching U n it a rianism in I Bible is divinely inspired, as i Jesus is one of the greatest sibility for it. They do not respon-,agree
what they considered to be "the word of God and infallible teachers and Unitar-
a religious
I t groups usually not served by walk humbly with thy God."The Pennsylvania.In with the Christian doctrine that
worship as earnestly caricature of the simple ? ians endorse his i
monotheism prophetic
I time ministers). The total only thing that can destroy such holds the disobedience of Adam
and reverently as those of of Jesus and his first. 1805, Harvard College called preaching, his moral teaching
consituency includes over 200,- membership is, in the words of No. The doctrine of revelation, (original sin) has so completely
: 000 adults. There any other faith or church. They Jewish followers. I a Unitarian, Henry Ware, to I and his spiritual insight. !
i are 77,500 the beloved Unitarian Minister Iof the absolute and indisputable I. :incapacitated man for anything
worship differently because they I be Hollis Professor of Divinity.
I j children enrolled in Sunday William Ellery Channing, "the However, the first significant: authority of the Bible, is alien But Unitarians have refusedto good that only God's "grace,,"
believe individualhas
I;: schools. death of goodness in his own I that every Unitarian movement began in' This brought to a head a bitter to our faith and teaching. "make a God" of one who operating through a church and
I I the right to approach ulti debate between the liberals and
was so utterly human in all his '
fi breast. Europe very early in the periodof Unitarians hold the Bible its rites and sacraments, cansa'e
Universalists very
though rising mate values in his own way,, the conservatives in the Congregational words and deeds, and who
from a somewhat different history the Protestant Reformation.! dear, but they reserve the pre- him.
that truth may be found in the churches, and precipitated
:once even protested against being
The name "Unitarian" was first ; rogative of critical appreciation, Most orthodox Christ i a n
j are, like the Unitarians, Are Unitarians Christians? teachings of the great prophetsof a number of schisms in called "good." I
used in the sixteenth century to which is intimately related to churches teach that because of
I j decidedly individualistic in humanity in every age and New England. I
their religion, which is based If to be a Christian is to pro- tradition, and that a religious describe certain Protestants freedom of thought and intellectual I the total depravity of man, God

It(' "on a free and disciplined fess and sincerely seek to prac- community has the duty of creating who dissented from the dogma I Many churches proceeded t to I honesty. These lines from II I Do Unitarians deny the divinity sent His only begotten Son into -

. search for truth, love to God tice the religion of Jesus, so such patterns of worshipas of the Trinity. become Unitarian. William El. James Russell Lowell express of Christ? the world to die, in order that

and love to Man." simply and beautifully given in best serve its needs. Francis David, Faustus Socinus -I lery Channing, Ralph Wal d 0, the Unitarian attitude: "whosoever believeth in Him i
the Parker "Slowly the Bible of the Unitarians do not believe that have life."
Sermon on the Mount, then Emerson and Theodore race may everlasting
f. and Michael Servetus, who Jesus is either the Messiah of
Unitarians are Christians.But were among the most influen is writ, Such doctrine Unitarians find
What is a Unitarian? was burned at the stake in JohnCalvin's I Jewish hope or the Savior of unbelievable and
Do Unitarians believe in tial scholars in the developmentof And un Biblical.
Geneva in 1553 for his not on paper ]leaves or .
because Unitarians do not Christian belief. They do not believe
God The It is inconsistent with
? Unitarian thought. certainly
I early
; In general, a Unitarian Is a acknowledge Jesus as their "Unitarian heresy" (containedin American Unitarian Associationwas leaves of stone; he is "God incarnate" or the nature of God or the dignityof

religious person whose ethic "Lord'and Savior," they are oft- Unitarians follow no formalor his book "On the Errors of I founded in 1825. Each age, each kindred, addsa "the Second Person in the Trin- man, whom the Eternal One
I ;
derives primarily from that of en thought of as being non- central creed. Their minis the Trinity"), were among the verse to it. ity," or the final arbiter at the created "in his own image to

Jesus, whose belief is in one Christian and, in fact, are not ters and members are not required pioneers of modern Unitarian- The Unitarian church declined Texts of despair or hope, of end of time who "shall come to love with "an everlasting love."

f'' God, not in the Trinity, and eligible for membership in the to pass any test of faith. ism. in the early 1900s, but dur joy or moan." judge the quick and the dead." Unitarians believe that 'man

whose faith affirms the principles National Council of the Churchesof Freedom of belief Unitarians In 1568, King John Sigismund, ing the postwar years, under Unitarians believe that every On the authority of reason and has innate capacities for ..both
\.l of freedom, reason and Christ in the U. S. A. is broad enough among to in- revelation of truth, every un- common sense, and on the basisof good and evil. His natural;.ten-

Ii dignity of man.Unitarians folding of beauty, every voice of modern research in the Bible, dency for good can grow
Unitarians hold that the orthodox clude agnosticism, humanism,
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men and women, of every has substituted a "Christ" of a wide range of definitions- Reorganize Meeting good can
' race, color and creed, who dogmatism, metaphysics and from that of a "personal God"to I be revered. Do Unitarians deny the Vir stature of "the man of God."

wish to share the quest for the philosophy. an "Ultimate Reality." f Birth
pagan gin ?
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JOHN R. HARRISON. President and SOUTHBy .. : )
PvMislttn PAT COWLES. Vice Prwi- : :. :
: Beautiful dent; Ed JOHNSON Vice President By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR. )4
and Executive Editor W. O. (Ml)

University City it)1 vtrtismg EBERSOLE.Director Vici; BOB Prtsidtnt TARTAGLIONE and A* RALPH McGILL Clare Boothe Luce has withdrawn from the race for senator by prohibiting- slate of electors named by the Republicansfrom
PmUtier Prize Winning PibHshtrOf
VICe President and Circulate Manager. the AtUnUt (Ga.) CwutltntioB in New York, greatly easing the job of the incumbent accepting the designation of the Conservative Party. The

Senator Keating, who is running against Bobby Kennedy, who the ned .
.. THE SUN'S POLICY ostensible reason for doing this was to discourage ;
very much desires to become senator from New York and has ling Conservative Party, which is fielding no less than 58 .
1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. Hell Hath the habit of getting what he wants. Mrs. Luce's withdrawal is .
candidates in races in which Republicans are involved., In.
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. a notable development, on grounds both political and personal -
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. fact, the fight is rather ideological than organizational.'Important -

3728441Wont No To take the first first. It all began when the New York leaders within the Republican Party in New York
The Sun's All
telephones Departments- Fury
Republican Party, which is the faithful and indisputably have known for years that it was just a matter of time be-

Ads--376-4672 unthinking servant of Nelson Rockefeller decided to deny fore the conservative community New York State got up on I

Like. Senator Goldwater the services of the Conservative Party, on its hind legs and demanded recognition.

. Bobby's Now a New YorkerThe Along with the decision ofWORLD'S
the Rockefeller
., Republicans
Convention Backlash: to seize the opportunity to
entry of Atty. Gen. Robert Kennedy alliances with other New Hell hath no fury like that of hurt Goldwater by denyinghim

Kennedy into New York politics as York leaders who will welcome him. a political convention dele a place on the Conservative -

the Democratic candidate for U. S. gate or newsman whose viewof ballot (needless to say,

senator will make New York state The U. S. Constitution does not the podium is obscured bya He Unifies Unions LBJ will appear in the Lib
television tower. Severalnew eral ballot) came Senator
one of the most interesting political make a candidacy such as Kennedy's cases of apoplectic stroke Keating's agonized, and agon-

-sideshows in the nation this year. illegal. It says that no person shall have been reported. The invention creasing competition for the the battle for economic and izing, bout with his conscience
of florid feverish 35rmBy Unrlt Wimrg
: he couldn't said
be a senator who "shall not, when Negro for jobs and housing.Yet social reforms, were com- ,
profane phrases was of a high JAMES RESTON he back Senator Goldwater.To
The propriety of his candidacy is .
these trends in that labor
plaining organized
elected be inhabitant of the despite
an state WASHINGTON labor
order. Big do so would be to violate
doubtful residential basis. It is had lost its of
on a the labor union movement sense purpose
for which he shall be chosen." How- There also are those who has endorsed President John- his most deeply seated pray
and the is and its missionary zeal.
true that Kennedy as a boy son, which is about as sur- the answer to question ciples.
attended school in Bronxville, N. Y., ever, this language, although too think televised conventionsare prising as LBJ endorsing Lady that the endorsement of Big But Goldwater has changedall
a bore. They demand least for the Now, we are all for
that at
Labor in this election probably pur- -
while his family was living there. loose, clearly indicates that a U. :is.: streamlining and revisions. Bird, but what is labor's endorsement
of this election. Presi- and the
is worth more than it has poses more deep-
He also has lived in Virginia but if, senator is supposed to be of and They suggest the whole busi worth in the cam- ever been in the past. dent George Meany of the seated the better; and when-

as' some lawyers say, residence is a from the state which elects him. Thisis ness be condensed into an paign of 1964? AFL-CIO started out in the ever a politican discovers

matter of intent, :Massachusetts has not the English parliamentary evening or so of high enter- Even the executives of the THE MAIN reason for this Gompers tradition of being principles, it is, or should be,

been home most of the time. principle, but England is not a fed- tainment. These critics would AFL CIO, who went to the is simply Barry Goldwater.The skeptical of the wisdom of aggressive cause for national rejoiclng-
the Pres-
eration of states each entitled to have done with seconding White House to see his Republican nominee, with political action by the though to be sure there are
ident after
speeches. They deplore com- recommending his conservative economic and unions, but is now convincedthat those others who believe that
He is sharp and able with two senators.It election, are concerned about
young mittee reports, and all the
social policies, has scared the real battleground for any politician who is aboutto
i j a deep interest in politics. He will many little ritualistic, old- their loss of members and of
them. In fact he has almost the unions is in the legislativefield come down with an incipient
\ bring to New York the memory and is not hard to be an inhabitantof fashioned touches by the per- their loss of influence over the frightened them out of their and he is violently opposed case of principle should

some of the charm of his older a state long enough to qualify to manent chairman such as, for members they retain. apathy and division, whichis to Goldwater.The lie down until he gets over ,.

( brother, the late president. With run for the Senate under this sec example, appointing commit- The dues paying member- quite an achievement. main theme of the AFL- it. But what happened in New
tees to escort the nominees to ship of all unions AFL-
Senator Kenneth Keating, Republican tion, but it may be harder to be the CIO affiliates and large and Big Labor is spending over CIO's election propagandais York is not what one might
what it "There is not a single labor have expected would happen
$2 million on :
re-election elected. The
running for indepen- final decision how
: on TIlE ANSWER isn't easy for small independents reach- under the
contr act circumstances. The
unaccustomed management
calls with -
dently of the Republican presidential long one must be an inhabitant to be the politicians, for televisionor ed a peak of 18,500,000 in 1957, ,, "political education.gentility anywhere in America that is New York Republican Party,

candidate, Barry Goldwater, the New elected will be given by the voters. newsmen. The conventionis but has dropped by over 300- This is more than three tunes worth the paper it is writtenon didn't, precisely because it is

York race will be strange and un- They can be expected to be influenced a complex, but necessary 000 since then, though the non- what it put up in the last if there is a Congress or unfriendly to Senator Gold- M
mechanism. It is not a mech- farm labor force of the coun-
usual. not only by the length of the has increased probably provided the slight a state legislature that wantsto water, retaliate by saying to
anism function
to by 5,000,000in
guaranteed try
period but by what they think of the without extra oil or repairsfor the last seven years. margin of Kennedy's 112,000 weaken or destroy it." Senator Keating, All right,

The Kennedy candidacy is not wel- candidates. The New York race, in the duration. The publicin victory.The Kenneth, we wish you bon
ACCORDINGLY, organizedlabor voyage aboard your principles
comed by New York's reform Democrats which Kennedy may find some Demo- general, and the TV view- SOME UNIONS, particularly under labor Alexander registration E. Barkan drive, recognizing the anti but you. see, old shoe, the Republican "

and :Mayor Wagner but they cratic votes attracted to Keating be- ers in particular, do not con- in the service trades and and Reuther Walter Reu- Negro feelings of some of its Party is, on presidential t I
sider that the convention is government employment, have Roy ,
appear to have been unable to pre- cause of his independence, will be the climax of four years of gained but the big industrials ther's brother, is well ahead of members, is relying .heavilyon years, a national organization

vent it. The 1960 campaign brought an interesting test. maneuverings, shifts, events, have lost ground, as much as its own targets and far aheadof the figures of the current not a United Na-
the Democratic Par t y's economic prosperity to coun- tions General Assembly of independent -
and the clash of personalities a quarter of a million
ambitions, conspiraciesand steel and autos. registration drive, and it is ter the so-called "white states: and if you
I backlash and arguing thata decline to '
now a more effective and sophisticated Senator :
campaigns. The first two Also, there are ,
effort than in the victory for Goldwater would Goldwater, we must, most regretfully i
days of any convention serveas social, and psycholog i c a 1
Voice of the People a sort of crash mat. In cracks in the "monolithic"structure forties and fifties. jeopardize many of the gains decline to endorse f
made by the workers since
those 48 hours all the re- of union Democratic you.Thus
I maining differences must be support. Affluence is the ene- IN THE EARLY days of its the early New DeaL the New York GOP

ironed out or the mechanismmay my of union leader influence, political action, the labor union As a result, Meany was that able it was caught in a dilemma
The Sun's
O" to Johnson
to report
Opinion Page throw gaskets or even just as it is the enemy of the movement concentratedon residents of which caught the eye of a ;
easier to get
break down. big city political boss. personal politics, led by was class districts to lady whose eye for irony is

Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters The Mississippi and Ala- Similarly, the rising stand- leaders like Sidney Hillman the working for Nov. 3 than at any very sharp. Here was the
must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should bama delegations, who want- ards of education, and the wid- and President Philip Murrayof register GOP in New York fielding as '
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The ed to be seated at Atlantic er dissemination of political the CIO. But now it is en- other time in his memory. its principal candidate
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing' the writer's meaning or in institution politics, The unions, in short, seem a man
intent. City, even though they were information by television, gaged the of who refused to endorse t heGOP's
be following
the have produced a more inde- and is working to register, not to
totally opposed party, principle national
Strange Practice States grass-fed, stringy- hospitalized for pneumoniamore its platform principles, and its pendent attitude of mind only the workers in the plants, the nations in the Western didate. Meanwhile the little can-
beef that would have been times than rememberedcount. union members but all adults in the pre- Alliance. When they are not
the ,
fine ground into hamburgermeat. Some of the operationswere nominees, provided a very among down of the dominantly working class dis- frightened, they fall a p a rt, Conservative Party, whose !
Here sticky problem. Even more and some principles are identical
Happens For a short time, I sort for malignancy. But I the Democratic tricts. but when they see somethingthat
thorny was that of the Mis- old allegiance to with those of the GOP's
of believed in quota imposi- would just like to pay tributeto when the Even as late as last year, they think will threaten na-
EDITOR, Sun: As a trans- sissippi Freedom Delegation. Party just much tional candidate, was being
tion, I will admit. But the the Gainesville doctors the intellectuals, once the their security, they are
planted Northerner who loves Sympathy and morality were white working class is begin- denied the right to Gold-
dessert was "yummy", whichwe whom I have found to be dedi- about the in- allies of the union leaders in more likely to get together. put
living in Florida, and there for to the with it. The compromise ning to worry water on the ballot. Clare
got staying see cated, hard-working and
are many of us, I rise in pro film. apparently worked out was a master- Booth Luce acted. -
test to what I saw displayedvery choose indefatigable. TIlnessdoesn't piece of equity. Yet for two NOT UP TO VOTERS Oh how the scorpions
Oh dear Editor, I knowof a convenient
recently here in Gaines yes days the TV cameras had struck! There is
time to become serious somethingabout
de facto segregation up neces- .
ville. little to show except the Free- Mrs. Luce that does
North. But this is the first sitating doctor's care, more
Because we signed the manifestation, of Northern De often than not being at nightor dom Delegation protests, the and PoliticsBy things, mostly unpleasant, to

guest book of a certain northern Facto Segregation I have on the weekend. bellowngs of Bull Connor Foreign Policy people. She is for one thinga
land development company (who, incidentally was a great of
seen in Gainesville. I am sure Who do you know in busi- extraordinary
(that is operating in asset to those who oppose cisions. What ordinary voter ; and that, of course is
that is un-
the motel-restaurant mana ness just a phone call S Republican cam-
WILSON o m e
south Florida) at the World'sFair him and his philosophy), and RICHARD '
ger did not know what was away at all times, ready with have tried in the knows whether we should have forgivable. This is still aman's
in Seattle, we were invited the efforts of the disloyal Ala- Chief Cowles Washington
bombers? What world
going on. We just happened to their assistance? the Democratic more or fewer public wom-
to tag
to a reception in a lo- bama delegates to 'sit in' and Bureau past
can motel restaurant. The be placed at the closest ta- I'm sure the writer must hold seats. Party as the war party, most voter knows whether or not en should be reclusive poets,

invitation sounded "yummy"and ble. Well, I saw it with my have had an unpleasant experience TELEVISION'S PROBLEMis WASHINGTON Once recently in the case of Ko- we should bomb the Com like say Emily Dickinson, or

the free dinner "with all own eyes, and no one at our or he-she would not that it is entertainmentmedia. "politics stopped at the wat- rea. It is contended with his- munist supply lines in North frilly political effusions, like

I the trimmings" appealed to table seemed to condone such have been so condemning, but A convention's an er's edge." There was a bipartisan torical accuracy but imper- Viet Nam? A political deci- say India Edwards. Then, too,
insulting action. It can't hap- foreign policy. This sion in a presidential election Mrs. Henry Luce is
this teacher whose last sal- was it necessary to include all is that is must of fection in logic that Democratic as one
check until September 30, pen here? It did! doctors? It is so unfair, be is all in the past now and presidents have wars based on judgments on such might expect, married to Mr.

was ary issued the first of July. NAME WITHHELD cause the percentage of un- necessity tedious, ,time-consuming plow through many ma- even the Secretary of Stateis and Republican presidents do questions would be mean- Henry Luce, which is an invitation

incidents is minute a politician in a presidential Roose- ingless because no sensible to anyone ever vic
Also, we are of Scotch descent pleasant so neuvers and controversiesuntil not Wilson's War,
: Disputes Remark beside the death defying care some sort of decisionhas electon year. He appearsas velt's War, Truman's War, President, once in office, timized by Mr. Luce's instruments -
Democrat before his party's would allow himself to be of aerification (Time,
doctors at a
At the appointed hour, we give a moments no- been reached that will but who ever heard of Coolidge's -
tice. The doctors will not de- platform committee. He Harding's orHoover's bound or trapped into war or Life, etc.) to get at him and
sat down at our designated DoctorsEDITOR find approval on the floor. War or
places. There were some Against fend themselves, because not When a network has a speaks in a political vein on ? The most they ever peace action dictated by an his white collar tortures, by
doctor would television. And in the inner election. His responsibility is picking on her. And then on
one in
eight seats vacant. Two Ne- Sun: Sometimelast reply superb team of reporters on did, was to send Marines to
gro couples (perhaps teach week, a letter was decry- their defense. They are too the floor they are also enter- councils, he takes part in pol- Nicaragua. much greater than merely top of it all came the looming

ers, too) had come in aheadof ing the absence of grocery and dedicated and true to their tainers. They are in move- itical action. listening to the voice of the nightmare.

us, via taxi. But there store delivery. I have forgot- Hippocratic Oath. ment. They seek out personsof No doubt President Johnson NOW PRESIDENT JOHNSON people. "Do you realize' one Republican -

were no places for the m. ten what the writer signed it, One more thing, I get excel- news value or persons would have preferred to or his campaigners are said to Mrs. Luce,

However, the night before the but they didn't use their name. lent care from docotrs, yes, then engaged in some make foreign policy an issueto trying to turn the tables on WOODROW WILSON was his voice dropping to a tragic
dinner, one couple at our ta- more than one, nurses and that with the implication once elected on the slogan, basso "11
Maybe I wouldn't have, had I activity, serious or silly, serve him in his own way. the Republicans : you enter the
ble had been telephoned from uttered such an unfair state- Alachua General Hospital even will be both entertainmentand But the Republican Party that Goldwater will "He kept us out of war.'This New York race, you will win

the home office (up North) of ment about doctors. There though our bills have gone news. The network whose and Senator Goldwater have get us into war over Cuba or ought to be lesson enough for 500,000 votes, and a resulting

the development company, was no connection the slash into the thousands and we can- news staff can do both-enter- thrust him their own in Viet Nam,_that his attitude the present-day campaigners certainty will be the electionof

asking them to Invite more ing out at doctors and the con not meet them. I have not re- tam and provide news and versions upon of the issue. toward the Russians is threatening because Wilson was no Bobby Kennedy And if
of their friends to the din- ceived a bill from a doctor in elected than we got
tent of the letter. drama-will have the largest and risks war. The sooner Bobby becomes Senator, you-
ner. Four other guests have the past 26 months, because audience.But tell the Democratsthat into war. know-what hell become in
arrived but the I have been paralyzed for WE ARE NOT likely to see pollsters
now ; leftno the past 26 months with mul- they are aware of the cata- the convention, finally, again the kind of agreement women, particularly, are Since there is no prospectof 1968. ." With that invita-
hungry guests medical
eight strophic
room! tiple sclerosis, under daily Oh yes, I did expense.receive must have its printed word. entered into on August 25, worried about this aspect of excluding the foreign policy tion to perpetual sleeplessness -

medical and doctor's care. I one The spoken word comes and 1944, between Secretary of Goldwater, and Mr. Johnson war issues the gentleman himself
Five minutes or so later, near the last of 1963 for $94, or peace
have come to know a numberof goes. Some are State Hull and John Foster wanted a vice presidential from the campaign, the least succumbed.As .
white arrived anda marked, "Paid in full have
four people a
Gainesville doctors the day's newspapersare nominee who appealed to did Mrs. Luce. The -
table was set up for them duringthe Merry Christmas," and the Dulles acting as the represen- both sides could do would be pressures
(the table had been there all 186 hospitalized days. I doctor's name. I am not including certainly equally as nec- tative of Thomas E. Dewey. women but.he might have to exercise restraint if they were unsupportable.And .

the time). They ate their deeply resent an unfair verbal his name however essary as TV and, perhaps, They took out of the presidential done better in this respect by want the respectful attentionof anyway, she bad failedto
stab at doctors such this in the long run more so. Kennedy.In reverse the stand of Mr.Rockefeller's
as of that taking Bobby
Now Is that campaign year voters.
meal and left. much I would like to tell you, between
? Everyone at our writer made. have There is no hostility the issue on formation of an any case, the war or Republicans, or
not strange but I not had the d0ctor's
them or need for it. One can However little bi partisanship that of Mr.
Keating: so that
is not ,
issue a
think This has international keep or- peace genu-
table seemed to so especially not been my only permission to use his peace -
the see more on the arguseyedTV which to be- ine issue. It is trumped up. is respected now, whoever in a way, her acceptance of
the recipients of contact with doctors, since I name and he Is out of town at ganization was
But it is by
screen. only is elected president a the Conservatives' .
would be bet- designation
phone call. have moved to many cities as this writing. with come known as the United And the country
smelling it, sweating couple of months from now could only be an act of
kind of
The meat I ate tasted like my husband's work demanded. 'Nuff said? Please think be- Nations. ter off if some agree-
it, understanding the moves will want it and need it. Andit consummated
could be reached to exclude punishment,
I have been
the meat that the cattlemen'slobby an MS since fore you make such sweeping
in Washington, is trying 1946, have had 18 major opera- statements. made, that one sees and feels President Johnson, in his if not the issue itself, is very doubtful that any rather than a deterrent threatIt
it. private conversations, calls about it. president, when he comes to is one thing to prosecute,
to keep out of the United tions, a fractured back and MRS. KENNETH LINDSLE1( then irrationality
J THE SECONDING speeches, the controversy on foreign For Goldwater is not tryingto the dark and hard decisions, another actually to swing the

for example, admittedly are policy the "peace issue". He get the country into war., will be much influenced by axe. The Conservative have

POTOMAC FEVERBy dulL But they are most important would have the Republican and neither is Johnson. what was said or done in the now nominated a man of sur-

to a convention. The Party be the war party and Their common aim is to political campaign. passing brilliance and attractiveness -

two nominating and five sec the Democratic Party the and Clare Luce bat
JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington Bureau preserve the peace and avoid ;
onding speeches for Hubert peace party, which is a staggering while maintaining the Surely the proper bureauin temporarily retired to wage

Sen. Humphrey denies that he dyes his hair, but the suggestion shows peopleare Humphrey, for example, built oversimplification, but war international political pow- the Department of Agricul- the co-chairmanship of the

just a little suspicious of Democrats. Nobody would have dreamed of up a national consensus that not unprecented. er and the dignity, of the ture has been directed by Citizens for Goldwater. But

putting this question to Mr. Elsenhower. was tremendously impressiveto United, States. the White House to find a she did the right thing in the

-- the delegates and the horn all the for the noxious first and
Blow you own the new name instance, for that
under presentcir
j British papers praise Humphrey's foreign affairs experience. They say it bal state politicians and voters. time and even your best voters are being weed now called Johnson she really had the boy--.

ances Mr. Johnson's interest in domestic policy-Sir. Outside and Mr. Inside. We can't do away with stream-conventions friends will dodge you. called cumstances on to make decisionson Grass. screaming: sad for fee mart*-

nor can we Champaign Urbana, BL, tart the boy whose screws* "
: in line them down to mere 'entertainment. Mason City Globe Ga- this issue without the qualifications ( .
prices rose sharply July, but it'g hard explain why. It's bad .
to make such de Courier) y are ire, to tfeese .***. *
enough being consumer In hot weather let alone tisW _
a buying one. .i"- ,;' -'- -e ,_-.-.

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1 :;;'" .' 'J' J UF Joins in Downtown 'Facelift' PlanThe


Conservative: Fla. Paper

University of Florida :and .in encouraging its .success He said museum officials first 4 cooperation it will take to

has joined Operation Facelift, I ," said University Presi- presented their idea to the city I make Gainesville a more beautiful -
the Gainesville merchants' effort -I dent J. Wayne Reitz. and worked with its staff to I and attractive community

to revitalize downtown.The reach the final plan. i ," Godschalk said.
Godschalk said the Univ r-
Baeks University announced -
JohnsonHumphreyThis completion of plans for the :sity's participation "was com- "This very fine example of The plan has also been approved

facelifting of the entrance to ,pletely voluntary and verywelcome" working with the city toward ] by Arnold Butt, consult.

,. its Florida State Museum, located the same goal is the kind of j ing architect to the University.
in the Seagle Building.The .
( editorial in the Orlando Sentinel). Smathers and Farris
appeared Sunday our governor, Bryant, are supportingthe
plan, approved by City
L. Johnson-Humphrey ticket although nobody in the
There few who fact that Manager Bill Green and Plan,
are among us would argue the : South
enthusiastic about Recognized
seems Humphrey.But
'This'Is Goldwater country. Ding Director David Godschalk,I excellence. .
these two senators and understand the
a tremendous
governor -
''We of Florida and Central Florid calls for six planters with foliage -
are speaking in general -
stake Florida has in first of all the moon shot proj-
in and Chinese elms consist
particular. ect defense industry, Air Force_ installations, and several ELGIN
,And, although. the ,latest Gallup poll as published by The major federal water projects. ent with the city's overall plan I WATCHES
his for the four blocks around the
Sentinel last ,Sunday shows President Johnson leading
They also understand that our citrus economy is a great
rival by 65 to 29 percentage points, which is decidedly more Courthouse Square. I
part of the state's income and that it was George Smathers YOUR CHOICE ''''
than two to one, many Floridians, if they voted today, would The museum beautificati o n I AT ZALE'S _
who went to President Johnson a few months ago and secured I
project will be the first under
vote against the Johnson-Humphrey ticket.
a ban on the importation of cheap Panamanianfruit.
This does not mean that they know Goldwater and Mr. actual construction. Costs will I Io
Miller Johnson Mr. be borne by the University. $
better than they know either Mr. or What Orlando flfl95
will happen to the order comes down '
Humphrey, nor that Goldwater and Miller promise to do "While the Florida State Mu-
from Mr. McNamara to eliminate one or both of our air
more toward improving our living conditions or continuingthe bases? seum is several blocks remov- p ONLY .
economic of Florida and the whole ed from the area of greatest plut taxi
growth Central
One of them today is without a landing strip. This is the I
state. It simply means that people vote AGAINST candidates first step to abandonment.If immediate concern to the 1 ,
instead of voting for them-in 99 out of 100 cases. Chamber of Commerce and the
all of us go hell fire against Lyndon Johnson, how A. Ladies Elgin Beautiful
Elgin for ladies features .
city it is nevertheless ofGainesville'
Perhaps the to the trend the first Roosevelt part '
exception was 11
will Senator Holland jewel precision movement 14K
Smathers or Senator be able to go to the gold case.
election back in 1932. In that election, people actually voted downtown. The Uni- B. Diamond Elgin-Fashionable 17-jewel ladies' Elgin
President with him
in good and plead to leave these
is made irresistible+ two
feels in by bright diamonds
for the candidate, for a change. They were that disgusted versity a responsibility the accenting
installations here for the good of our economywhichmeans lovely use
with President Hoover and the Republicans.But supporting such an importanteffort C. Fancy Dress .
more jobs for our people and business for our many Elginlldies' gold tone 17-iewel
as a rule, we get mad at a candidate, whether he is merchants? as Operation Facelift, Elgin. is excitingly styledD.

a sheriff running for re-election or a president rying to geta The Air Force quit Harlingen, Texas, and left 5,000 vacant sweep Ladies'second Waterproof'hand and"luminous Elgin 17-jewel dial. Elgin has

second term, and we stir up an emotional storm against homes overnight. We have a post card from Wm. C. (Bill) New LibrarianFor 4w
him-not stopping to ponder and cogitate and assess the a.
Glenn in Garland Texas the
saying same thing happened S7
value of the man we decided to vote for, nor for what he /
there. The !
two sizable towns of 20,000 became ghor towns HourStory
stands, nor what he promises to do or undo to our state and overnight. Story

our particular. area. Sanford, in the past few months, was about to lose its time for children 3 to M\I"

naval air station. Leaders appealed to Sen. Holland and he 7 years old will be held at the
THERE in this Goldwater
ARE many among us coun- put out the fire of opposition and the station got the neces- Gainesville Public
try who are, all of a sudden, shooting from the hip at Lyn- Library on
sary appropriation to keep going. Sanford would have had
Friday afternoon from 3:15 to
donjohnson that The Sentinel thinks the moment propitiousfor 3,500 vacant houses if the Navy had deserted it, John Krider 4 o'clock. 4c
the newspaper to draw back the curtains, come out in TT "L.T s + r
tells The Sentinel.
Mrs. Charles P. Pillans the
public; hold up our hand for a momennt of silence and say ,
new Children's Librarian, will -Y,
something nice about the president.The I
THESE ARE JUST a few local projects which we could be the storyteller. ;
first nice thing we would like to say about President
lose by voting Republican, and cutting off our nose to spiteour r
Johnson is that, throughout the since he was a ?
face and by cutting off our communications with Wash- It's Time For j
young, congressman in the Roosevelt era, he has been a ington. "SHRUBBERYPROTECTION" / r \ \
friend of Florida.
Beach New and all the East Coast in the Y
Daytona Smyrna el 'a
The second thing we would like to say about him is that
Central Florida area has a tremendous interst in the Poncede 9
we have personally known him for 30 years. We have found 4
Leon inlet stabilization at New This is
Smyrna. govern-
him a loyal and a compassionate friend and a man who, first
ment financed.
as Senate leader, then as vice president and then as president I E.
Florida is a-building a $200 million barge canal, some $4 A- .
,has always been friendly to Florida and its projects. a
million of which has already been appropriated at the insis- e (1'ems
This newspaper, back in 1955 we believe it was, saw the
tence of President Johnson and which
on project, some ShrubberyMust
greatness of Lyndon Johnson and we used up our entire
dirt has already flown from shovels. Be
front,page on Sunday morning to nominate him for ,the presidency SPRAYEDNOW E. Men's Automatic Elgms-17-jewel selfwinding /
Florida has a $263 million Central and Southern Florida sweep second hind.Your .oice of two 4
of the U. S. We were the first publication in the worldto hanOswith ,
Flood Control District, practically all of which monies will rproof'styles't ,
take such action and recognize Johnson's talent at such
an early date. come from the federal government.In OIL *when case and cf'staare intact "
addition to this project, Florida has a $104 million Southwest .
'We:, put an item on the Associated Press wire about our SPECIAL EXPANSION BANDS EXTRA e "
Florida water and flood control EMULSION
suggestion of Lyndon Johnson for President that night program. NO ,MONEY DOWN :,., .. .
Orlando is of the few cities in the with two ; 4
one country
and while the old reliable"AP carried it, only 10 or 12 pa- IIA SPRAY CONVENIENT TERMS :<.
Air Force installations. -
pers printed it. The editors were blind to ,Lyndon Johnsonthat. : _
Orlando is one of the few small cities in the witha .urNnOi.
country .
.night back there in 1955 but they certainly are not blindto
the tall Texan today. defense plant employing from 9,000 to 12,000 persons. .OM- ZALE'S WJLL NOT BE UNDERSOLD 12 E. UNIVERSITY AVENUE :
Palm Beach has another smaller defense plant and so =
The next day'he had a heart attack. But we were later as- does Daytona Beach. I 20 N.W.16th Avc. 376-2661/ I ,.

sured that it was not caused from our spectacular selectionof There are other air bases at Tampa, Pensacola, at Home- -
this man, whom we had known and admired for so many stead below Miami and in other Florida areas.

years as a do-it public servant. These establishments are essential to the prosperity to

'So, for us to oppose Lyndon Johnson, now, in the greatest which Florida and Orlando have become accustomed.

fight of his long political career, would make us an ingrate.

THERE IS NO NEED to throw them away in the heat of

BUT LET'S LEAVE personalities out of the debate. political disagreement or because we are emotionally up- t.1X,1DtYsONLY

Let -us say that we know President Johnson, admire him, set over the Civil Rights or the Civil Wrongs Act. We don't

speeded through a day with him in his mountain country like it any more than some of its more ardent opponents.But .

district 30,,years ago, as he pointed with pride to a seriesof is the law. Goldwater cannot change it, even if he desired -
dams he had built and miles of wires he had strung to to do so. But Goldwater's record on integration is .

bring the first electricity to the farmers and cattlemen. more militant than that of Johnson. He integrated his storein

,Heretofore, these people had been buying coal oil (kerosene Arizona years ago and took the lead in the movement in ...

) by the barrel, as well as lamp wicks by the gross and his state.

lamp chimneys by the dozens. But that is beside the point

After that feat, the private power corporation offered hima Goldwater is worse than that. -.

job at $30,000 a, year, much more than he was then making Goldwater is against the moon shot. He is against the

as a congressman.Let heavy military budget. We refuse to vote to return Cape ...

us,, instead ,of discussing President Johnson and his Kennedy to the rattlesnakes and wilderness.If .

capabilities, which,.are: pretty well known by every school Goldwater wins, all of these Florida installations are in
[>' boy, get closer to home and discuss Florida, Central Flor- jeopardy-and we still have the Civil Rights Law, and Gold-

ida, Orlando'and its problems. water is going to enforce it, because when as and if he THl1t 54AY PJIppY. stccurDAYIJIONt Ay Q4. (

takes the oath of office, he swears to enforce it and all oth- '.
BOTH OF: OUR SENATORS, Spessard Holland and George er laws on the books.

,More About N,C, Mir s t/Eo S k eo
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Development 6thru

Vocational Schools Group MayBe t EARLY w k $191 SHIRTS SWEAT 97t

From Pace 1 i 0 SHIRTS .

In Alachua County, as in oth- a. skilled job when he gradu- program was started in an old Work Men'sMen's ."

er' counties, there is a woeful ates, but it will help keep him temporary: building near the (AP) A

inadequacy of counselors. They in school. Municipal Airport as a cooperative legislative subcommittee on gov- PANTS 77c CWeLp Me'51l1rts

are spread out so thin it is "When he does graduate he undertaking with the Sper- ernmental reorganization and ef s Knit

imposssible for them to devote can follow through taking ter- ry-Rand plant.In ficiency will hold a public hearing -

more than, 'cursory time to minal courses in a junior college July, the School Board:' in Tampa this month to dis-, $2M 21 BRIEFS \

those in need.'Identify which will qualify him for appropriated $40,000 to equip an I cuss proposal to create a trade S.M S; L

the potential drop- skilled and technical jobs." electronic training shop at and economic development com e/uy

out early, teach him to read Essentially what Tom Bailey Gainesville High, carrying out mission. RaihC 4' for

better, and exert every avail said was the same as rec- one of the recommendations of afs 9/
The commission
able means to keep him in ommended in the 1957 A lachua the 1957 survey. proposed
I would take much
school, say the experts who County survey. Existing But these efforts have not I responsibilityaway
from the Florida
have' studied this grave prob- schools need to be better equipped relieved the local employment! ment Commission.The Develop-
with first class shops and picture. Sperry still has to "im'

lem.Banishment; of the potential facilities for vocational educa- port" technicians and machinists subcommittee chairman, oar e ,d, QiU eChildro

_ dropout to a vocational school tion.Actually ; the University of Florida Rep. William G. O'Neill: of Marion EyQ

before he attains an adequate the county's effort Medical Center-with a large County, said the main ques- '* Long S S
general education may be a in this direction hasn't' been all demand for technicians in the tions under consideration for the Diapers

disservice to these youths, asWell blank. Although chronically handicapped medical field from the opera meeting were: Sneakers POLO

"as an oversimplified an- by limited finances, ting room to stenographic workis 6 ,
swer,to the problem. i the county school system has forced to train some of Whether there'should be sepa o. tie SHIRTS

.State Supt. of Education struggled to provide a few offerings its own workers. rate commission status for tour. r 81
ism and travel and trade and 68'
Thomas D. Bailey, calling a vocational, technical Even larger demands for med- 67cVQ

spade, a spade, says he is absolutely and adult education. ical technicians and clerical economic development or a joint ..
against building any Last year at Lincoln High help will be felt when the VA effort under the same executive 22

more trade schools in Florida. School 473 students were enrolled hospital goes into operation and board with one director and di- AS Men
"You don't repair automobileS in vocational agriculture vocational as the University of Flor i da vision status for the respective h ...

with baling wire any more homemaking, diversified Hospital continues to grow. efforts; and, if separate com- 3

and;you must be able to read cooperative training (DCH Meanwhile nearly 70 per cent mission stat u s is desirable ER WASHandker hICtS
tail-. of last whether there should be created ;p.1 -
instructions with some degreeof cabinet making, masonry, year's high school grad-
comprehension to re-wire a oring, and cosmetology.At uates in Alachua County under the cabinet a news and 5 .

radio or TV set," said Bailey: Gainesville High 390 took about 540 of them-did not con- publicity bureau to service not CLOTHS lOfOf88

while on a visit to Gainesville i vocational agriculture, vocational -, tinue their education at the college only the two commissions but' T
also each other state
DCT and agency
recently. I homemaking, level. .
Superintendent Bailey, a vet drafting. Instead, they entered the local currently maintaining such a 2' ca.

eran of 40 years in the field of Offerings at A. L. Mebane,, labor market with few occupational separate and independent sere 6c ..

education including,, nearly 20 Newberry, Hawthorne and I skills or they went ice. I 1

superintendent, says he is Santa Fe High Schools were! elsewhere in search of betta. The proposal to create a trade I

convinced that vocational limited to agriculture and home! opportunities.Said and economic development commission I 0 ...\\\0' oo..bCft i OS'

schools are bsolete.He rejectsthe economics. Supt. Manning: "We called for an executive m Ladies' I

idea that an that can be About 860 adults -..ttendedparti1me I have been unable to develop I board of the governor, the secretary i' BEDSb fa'

done with 'the poor student b classes in ..vocatioal satisfactory programs in indus- of state, the attorney gen SKIRTS >> $r.fIJ .

to give him something to do and technical subjects,offered trial and technical'education on eral comptroller, the treasurer \ .

with" his hands. at GHS, Lincoln HighSanta and t. the high school level because the superintendent of public I AM*, fcbrio. ....

The answer to' the, problem, Fe High ,Schools. of lack of funds, facilities and instruction and the commissioner i

'say*'Bailey,:,lies. in solid vocational For a number of years the! interest" of agriculture.- ..

programs administered board.,bas conducted a_ practical The solution, said the super-

la-jcomprehensive high schools, nurse training _program,!ir I intendent, is an area vocational -. 'It was Eleanor Roosevelt who 8 West University Ave. GAINESVILLE r
1 "Vocational programs' Incomprehensive cooperation with Alachua General technical l school. observed "No one can make '..

high schoolsmay Hospital. More than a year, NEXT: The Area Vocational you -feel inferior without your -....-

,not prepare a student for, ago a machine shop trainin School consent.

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\ I MEIl f n ID Texas Nuptials of Interest HereFORT I AboutPeople -i'1r

WORTH The mar-
; riage of Miss Mary Lou Ra-
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mey, daughter of Dr. and :py
: THE Mrs. Paul M. Ramey of Fort
family Worth and William Thomas -
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Miss Joanne Woodward I '"
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the Robert Carr Chapel of Texas 1'Vs .M lvF daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I{' !' ..- .0 a ,
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Ruth Weimer-Women's Editor Christian University.The ; Burton M. Woodward, returned t .. : ';.
bridegroom is the son of Tuesday from an extended
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel ''Wilson j
- Parties Honor stay in Washington, D. C., .
Hawkins of Fort Worth, for- I ..
New York City and Boston.
merly of Gainesville, Fla. His .
grandparents are the late Ma- Joanne will serve as maid A \\
'Bridal' jor and Mrs. W. R. Thomasof of honor for her sister, Miss I { Elegant, understated
Couple Gainesville. permanently pleated
Gaye Woodward, whose marriage i
Dean James M. Moudy, dress in an interesting:
, ?r vice chancellor in of to Raymond Elliott Glen Plaid with Bias-
Miss Pepper and :Leo J. Thomas; enfertained witha I charge
Feting Nancy .'.. "' Watson will be an event of :
--- ? -irs at TCU
her fiance John Carswell II of : family dinner for the bridal was : scarf detail. A most
Hazelwood, N. C., several pre-I couple at their home. the officiating minister. Saturday afternoon in the newsworthy dress for
"ifce bride were a white taffeta Holy Trinity i Episcopal
nuptial events have 'been given Guests included members Fall .
gown with re embroid- Church. The ceremony plan- 1 < \
this week. the wedding party and the Pepper .
Alencon 'lace and
The Pepper-Carswell weddingis ] and Carswell families. ered pearls ned at 5 p.m. with only mem- t
set for 8 p.m.. tomorrow Roses were used to centerthe designed with lace embellished Kh bers of the family in attend I : \ Sizes: 8.14

night at the First Presbyterian serving table and roses train. ance, will be followed by a
Color and Whitero
Church and will be followed bya I Attendants for the couple : Grey
'and hydrangea were used in small reception in the Wood- ,
were. Miss Kathryn May Hawkins ,
reception given at the '
ville Golf and Country Gaines.I'I decoration of the house. t and Samue} Wilson Hawkins x ward home.

Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Parties today included Jr.Ushers. I
were hosts for a cocktail party the brides maids luncheon given were Charles Lloyd tt9Ma \. :

. last night at their home when by Mrs. John R., Carswellas Harris of Dallas, John Oliver I .E
J hostess and the rehearsal Chambers Michael Runer : LAY-AWAY
guests included the wedding Following a summer at
party and members of the two dinner this evening when thebrideelect's and John Phillips Hawkins. Camp Glen Arden, North Car- CENTRAL CHARGE
aunt, Mrs. Clark
families. Among those assisting with olina, where she was a mem-
Mrs. William Thomas Hawkins
of Orlando, will entertain.
Corsages were presented to Upp the hospitalities, at the reception ber of the counseling staff, FREE PARKING
Miss Pepper her mother Mrs.L. the Both Gainesville events were Golf and Coun- given at the Fort Worth Theta and belonged to th e TCU, member of Phi Delta Miss Karen Ellis, daughterof :r'I
Calvert Pepper; Mrs. John R. Club were Miss Margaret.Brjson Club. The bridegroom Theta and president of t he Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Ellis
Carswell, Hazelwood, N. C., try Club. Hawkins and Mrs. William C.!I was a 1963 honor graduate of Bryson Club.International returned recently.The .
the bridegroom-elect's mother, Friday at 12:30 p.m., Mr. and Mauzy, formerly Miss Frances
William I Mrs. W. G. Boltin Jr. and Mr. of Gainesville. i Ellises' son, Reed who
and his grandmother Mrs. Murphree Dames To Meet I
A. Berry, Morgantown, and Mrs. W. B. McMullen will Will Study Medicine was on duty this summer at

N. C. entertain with a luncheon for I. The couple ,will live in Dallas An International Dames group II I All wives of foreign personnel R.O.T.C. Camp in Fort Dev- IS

Red and white roses in a silver out of town guests and members where the bridegroom will will be organized at an initial; at the University of FlorIda ens, Mass., spent several days I
epergne centered the serving of the bridal party. attend the University of Texas are invited as well as in- here in late August. He has
table. The luncheon will be held at Southwestern Medical School. meeting Monday, September 7,. ternation women students. The returned to Cambridge, 311 N.W. 13th STREET e FR 2-1581

Thomases Give Dinner the Boltin home, 2234 NW Second The bride who was graduated -at 8 p.m. in the University group has been meetng informally Mass., to resume his senior

Tuesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Avenue. from TCU, in 1964, is a Women's Clubhouse, West New-' through the summer studies at Harvard Univer-

member of Kappa _Alpha berry Road. months. sity.


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Bridesmaids luncheon feting Valdosta, Ga., Mrs. W. C.

Miss Nancy Pepper, bride O'Neal and Mrs. Harry Dun- _
-to-be of John Carswell II of I*" 4 ',,,, ,.4k 1 1
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Hazelwood, N.C., 12:30: p.m. can.Bridal luncheon hon- UnB uiaSSB..riidlThat's I _____
Mrs. John R. Carswell, host- oring Miss Jane Ann Baughan IIIineir 1 1
ess, Gainesville Golf jnd bride-elect of Lt. Geor-

Country Club.Rehearsal ge Wayne Arnau of San '
dinner honoring( Antonio, immediately follow theGordon's
Pepper-Carswell:: wedding party Way11.
ing wedding rehearsal at 11 .
Mrs. Clark Upp of Orlando a.m., Mrs. Albert Love, aunt t.. 3ti, a

aunt of the bride, hastens of the bride, and Mrs. H..Hus Y/' S

Gainesville Golf and ton Messer, sister of the S _
treat all
Country Club. bride, Holiday Inn, 12:30 p.m.

FRIDAY, September 4 Wedding of Miss Gloria

. Wedding of Miss Nancy Cal- Gaye Woodward, daughter of ,

vert Pepper daughter of Mr. I Dir. and Mrs....w. Burton M n, s- -s- .Bam afe. tm mM ft_ atk 2f aV __' afe. u aaI {y __f __
and Mrs. Louis Calvert Pepper man Woodward, and Ray- uusiomers ... : >ckme m wed 18
and John Rudolph Cars- mond Elliott Watson, son of :
well II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Eleanor S. Watson, Coral I.. "..
John Rudolph Carswell of Gables, and R. E. Watsonof

Hazelwood N. C., 8 p.m., Chicago, 5 p.m., Holy ,/' .Distinctive Diamond RiThey're s ...k. .
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: Rehearsal dinner honoring Baughan, daughter of Mr. t: ..... -

: Miss Gaye Woodward and her and Mrs. Denver Ewing Baug /
fiance Raymond Elliott Watson han, and Lt. George Wayne /

: Mrs. Frank B. Culver of Arnau of San Antonio, son of ..... _
of the bride Mrs. William Meredith Mc- ii .9' w 1+ 1
San Antonio, aunt ,..:'t
i : -elect, Gainesville Golf and Lane and Randolph Curtis !
Country Club.Luncheon Arnau both of Jacksonville, : .x' _
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feting Miss Mar 7 p.m., First PresbyterianChurch. t qf *****
: tha Jane Edwards, bride-elect Reception following in ." ,. ear I f beautifully:. .
of Doug Davis, Valdosta. Ga., Fellowship Hall. }. }' I yoirpay -
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Mrs. W. G. Boltin Jr. at the .' 15 newest diamond design Tnoin ::1 3 m o n d"rye"
Boltin home, 2234 NW Second SATURDAY September 5 1 ',, 'of 16-Iwrat $ f IS.karat tntmiq
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6<< Gainesville Sun Thursday, September 3, 1964 ...
dude her sister, Mrs. M a mien IMPROVESMrs. punch and received their cer! -
Jackson, city; Brothers, B. T. Estelle DeBose, of N.W. tificates. I .

News of Special InterestTo Williams and Ed Williams New 8th Street, who is ill, was re- The knowledge gained by,
York; nieces, Miss Juanita ported as much improved. reading combined with the par-

Sterling, city; Miss Beaul a h ty gave an ending not to be for- t4! 1atr41f 1 I
Jackson, Minneapolis, Minn.; INFORMAL PARTY gotten of the Summer Reading $
the Colored Community Mrs.. Lillie Mas Boston, city; You are invited to attend an Program of 1964. i ai.

nephews Clarence Sterl n g, informal party to meet Mrs.I Story hour will continue as usual R..
city; and Charles Dunbar, city. Hubert Wingate, Saturday, Sept. every Friday at 4 p.m. The
News items for this page should be submitted to Colored News Editor Ben F. Childs, Duncan Brothers, morticians, 5, at the home 'of Mr. and Mrs.F. stories will be told by students -' ;
525 NW 8th St. by mail, or by phone at FR 65753. Do not send news directly to the Gaines- are in charge. G. Wingate, Sr., of 415 N. W. from the College of Education of : '-i :
ville Sun office. 5th Avenue, from 8 pjn. to 10 the University of Florida. Bet- .r

ETHEL HOWELL WOODARD. pm.Mr. ty J. Middleton. ..
Final rites for Mrs. Ethel and Mrs. Hubert W i n- s .wy
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. ARCHER NEWS munion, 6:30: p.m. Choir No.1 or the Duncan Brothers Howell Woodard of Micanopywill gate were married Sunday,
Singers To Appear will have its rehearsal Monday Chapel Friday at 4 p.m. with be held Sunday at 2:30 August 30, in the Plymouth Con-
The famous Male Chorus of 7:30 pjn.; and there wil1 Rev. W. M. Ferguson officiat- p.m. from the Paradise Meth- gregational Church at Wash-
the Galilee Baptist Church, St. be prayer meeting Tuesday. ing. Interment will follow in odist Church with the Rev. Ham- ington, D. C. ; A Elegant, understate'dpermanently
Petersburg will feature the following -.7:30 p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis. :he Pinegrove Cemetery.Her ilton officiating.Mrs. The couple will arrive hereon ( : .2 -? pleated
: "Don't Put Off Todayfor pastor Mrs. M. E. Middleton: immediate survivors in- Woodard, a resident of Friday. .: dress in an interesting
Tomorrow" and "If You reporter.St. elude her husband, Elimi thy Micanopy for many years, died I t: Glen Plaid with Bias-

Got It Show Some Sign" at the Paul C. M. E. Morning Brooks, Tampa; brother, Arthur suddenly Aug. 28, while at work. READING PROGRAM TODAY, September 2 r scarf detail. A most
St. Peter Church Sept. worship, 11 a.m. and evening Metz, New York; sister, r
Baptist ; Interment will be made in Carver Libary began its Sum- Wedding of Miss Carolyn newsworthy dress for
20 at 2 p.m. worship, 6:30: p.m. Rev. B. F. Mrs. Sarah McKnight, city; the Rutledge Cemetery under mer Reading Program June Thomas, daughter of Mr. and ;, r Fall 1964. ". .
There will be no admission Weary, pastor. niece, Mrs. Gloria Carrillo, the direction of Dorsey's Fun- 5, .with a registration of 80 Mrs. Sidney Thomas and '
price, but a free-will offering East Side Church of God in Lawrence, Kans.; nephews, Robert eral Home. children. The program lasted Maurice L. Goldsmith of Dem-
A. E. Mich- ChristChurch School, 10 McKnight, Ocala Charles \
will be accepted. a'i ; 10 weeks. opolis, Ala., son of Mrs. Mau- W tf\! Sizes 8-14
ale, reporter. m.; morning worship, 11:30 McKnight[ and Rodrick Mc- SELENA FOREMANFinal During those weeks, the children rice Goldsmith 4 p.m., First
m.; and evening worship 7. Knight, city; and brotherinlaw rites for Mrs. Selena read such interesting Presbyterian Church. Reception Color: Grey and White
WILLISTON NEWS p.m. Elder J. C. Carter, pastor.I Charles McKnight, Sr., Foreman of 717 N. W. 2nd St. books as: "You and the Con- at Fellowship Hall fol-
Note Of Sympathy Church of God in Christ City will be held Sunday at 3 p.m. stitution," '"All About the : lowed by dinner for membersof >a

Friends sympathize deeply .Church School, 10 a.m.; morn Relatives are asked to meet)!from the Second Morning Star Stars," "Prayer for a Child," the wedding party and out
with Mrs. Bertha Williams in ing worship, 12 noon; Young at the home of her sister, Mrs.'Baptist Church at R u tledge and "Cat in the Hat." of town guests, parents of the t
the passing away of her brother People's Willing Workers' Meet- Sarah McKnight, of 526 S. W.5th with the Rev. W. S. White and I The program ended August bride hosts, Holiday Inn. I
the late Buck Pool, of Old ing, 7 p.m.; and evening worship Ave., at 3:15 p. m. to form the Rev. M. M. Lindsey offici- 15 with forty eight children t LAY-AWAY
Town. Mrs. Bessie Mae Wes- 8 p.m. Bishop Henry Williams the procession to the chapel. ating. reaching their goals. Two of Tea complimenting Miss
ley, reporter. pastor.Mt. Duncan Brothers, morticians, Mrs. Foreman, known to her them, Deborah Jackson and Jane Ann Baughan, bride- : O CENTRAL CHARGE
Olive Primitive Baptist are in charge. many friends as Mama Lena, Frank Hyler, read 112 books. elect of Lt. George Wayne .. : FREE PARKING:
LACROSSE NEWS Sunday School, 9:30: a.m.; died Aug. 27, at her home, following On Friday, August 21, the Arnau, 4 to 6 p.m., M r s. .3
Singers To Appear morning worship, 11 a.m.; and a very short illness. readers were given a party in George B. Butler, Mrs. W. :
from Ar-I evening worship, 6 Rev.H. be efforts Ellis Jones and Mrs. William :
The Male Chorus p.m. MRS. EMMA WILLIAMS Interment will made in the appreciation for their in
in musical Kinsey, pastor under the library H. Pierson, at the Butler
cher will appear a Rutledge Cemetery the the reading program by -
program at the Bethel A.M.E. Funeral services for M r s. direction of Dorsey's Funeral home, 1722 NW Eleventh II

Church Sept. 6 at 3 p.m. MRS. ALLENE GILBERT Emma Williams, of 230 S. W.7th I.Home. I I During the party the children Road.
For an afternoon of fine en- Funeral services for Mrs. Place, will be held at the 1 ___ told each other about the Post nuptial reception i IS
tertainment, plan now to be Allene Gilbert of LaCrosse, will Shady Grove Primitive Baptist NOTICE books they had read, how much honoring Mr. and Mrs. Char-
present. be held at Bethel A. M. E. Church Saturday at 3 p.m. There will be ordination serv- they had enjoyed reading them les E. Rich, 7:30 to 9 p.m.,
Church at LaCrosse S u nday a* with Rev. R. J. Gainous offici- ices conducted at the Johnson and their hopes of having a by Mr. and Mrs. Charlrs A. 311 N.W. 13th STREET FR 21581Gordon's
SLATES MEETINGThe 3 p.m. with Rev. G. S. Cam- ating. Interment will follow inthe Chapel Baptist Church for John summer program just as good Rich, parents of the bridegroom I
Floral Court Lodge No. eron officiating. Interment will Pinegrove Cemetery. Peterson and Eddie Byrd on or better next year. Gainesville Golf and l'
113 and the Ushers' Board No. follow in the Newnansville Cem-I Her immediate survivors in-[Sept. 6 at 3 p.m. I They were served cookies and Country Club t
2 of the Gainesville District will etery.
meet jointly Monday at 8 p.m. Duncan Brothers, morticians -
at the home of Mrs. Carrie Oy- are in charge. r \
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les, of 403 S. W. 7th Avenue. :
The dues are to be paid at the SPECIAL SERVICES
meeting. Mrs Ona M. Pyles, president There will be special serv- .
of the Floral Court; Mrs. ices at the Mt. Olive Primi- I'a :
Gussie Ross, president of the tive Baptist Church on Sundayon only
Ushers' Board; Mrs. P. L. behalf of choir No. 1., spon-
Scott, reporter. sored by Mrs. Roxell Golstin.
During the services, Elder E. I n"QC n 1 1
NOTICEThe B. Duncan from Lawtey will One Class-First Class Y t I I j.That's j..

Home Mission will meetat be the principal speaker on the J

the home of Mrs. Janie Jones, occasion.
of 4002 N. W. 5th Street, todayat
7:30 p. m. Rev. W. J. Tay- t the Way. L' \

lor, pastor; Mrs. Agnes G o r-I < bituat
don, reporter.

PRESENTEDThe Funeral services for Willie
Feazier, of 608 N. W. 4th Ave.,
City-wide Gospel Chorus
will be held at the East NewPort 4

will the New present Saturday Salem-a Baptist at musical 8 p.m.Church.program at- ville. Sunday Baptist A. F. Alexander at Church 11 a.m.at official-Days-withRev their Customers .; j ? (

I ing. Interment will follow in the
ANNIVERSARYThe Daysville Cemetery.
pastor, Rev. L. A. Till- Duncan Brothers, morticians,
Distinctive DiamondThey're 'RI1I s ,.. ; a .E j
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: L. Ulmer and the Zion Bethel I
Mrs. Minnie Lee Anderson, ol .,- .
Church will conduct a '
! Baptist ki- .
, joint service. Several guest 1248 N. W. 5th Ave., died in the ii' r-

: choirs will also appear in the. Alachua General Hospital Tues '
Ff program. day after a lingering illness. + NA) P
: Sunday morning at 11 a.m.,, Duncan Brothers, morticians,. .x .
:I Rev Cf; TtaniAlc will deliver will announce: funeral arrangements ;I .... ... -- ......., .....,;
I : the 'anniversary i sermon; there later. r t.,'.' ..: .. 'J.\Ii'J''{ 'Ldiamond' / "_ ..\ { .< J"1. : ;.. -
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: p.m.; evening worship, Com- George Williams, a pioneer <,".. 6- 'en*'r'-' +' Popular Bridal ; : Enjoy Itwhilefyou pay!
Alachua died sembte In new< Set with 8 Jov ly j ;;:Y-,
munion, 6:30 p.m. citizen of County, :'est desigR otl4... S499S" diamonds I4 :0150. '. a. I
The public is invited. I in the Alachua General Hospital :.;:..acarat gold. ... .. "; gold. *'-:.:. '
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School, 10 a.m.; morning wor- will announce funeral arrangements
ship, 11 a.m.; Rev. Davis and later. 15 diamond Too :+, ( \ ; t.r
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his congregation will conduct a 14-karat goW. y
.1 joint service at the Mt. Moriah MRS. EVELYN METZ-

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J END OF Hanging Treat T/he Girls' To Salad I If -

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Entertaining at luncheon cane

> easy if you choose to servea :-
salad as the main course.If .
the guests are to be "the
s sN girls[ ," here's our nominationa Foundations
cold chicken and fruit platter V. SR 1 a

old-fashioned hanging with a special dressing. The Floor[
baskets like Grandma usedto chicken may be cooked the day y }
have from her .. ;
swinging before your luncheon and stor- .ax :

... porch: are rapidly coming :ed in the refrigerator. The Na
GALORE back into favor across the fresh fruit should be prepared

country.The shortly before serving, but
. SLEEVELESS DRESSES colorful baskets full of that's easy. The dressing is
AND SHIFTS made in a twinkling in an elec- W a C x .
trailing vines, bright geraniums i
Reg. 2.993.99Mary tric blender. : 44
or almost any kind of
:, oJ 0 1 Q"J Asst. greenery have been seen in That dressing is a high point
Styles eV'/ Colors large numbers in the Midwest -it's perfectly delicious and as : i

Sizes 8-H i during the past two or three low in calories. Several years

i years and Southeastern residents I ago we thought of putting

I have never completely II cream-style cottage cheese in

abondoned them. the electric blender (with a ? :A ':'

. Some Midwestern towns are little buttermilk or milk and A
SUMMERDRESSES lemon juice) to whatwe
< lining their main streets with prepare
called Ersatz Sour Cream. ': -
3 baskets attached to lamp poststo
add color and charm to the Then some bright cooks evolved

SHIFTS, SUN DRESSESReg. > downtown area. variations on that theme. The "
latest we've tried-a combina-
3.995.99Asst. The Society of American tion of cheese and froz- Delicious but not tricky You don't have to be a Cor- ":"
cottage :raA
Asst. JS
+\ f\-i Florists suggests that the don Bleu to serve your friends a delightful low calorie
:- Styles ..J/ Colors % ''I homemaker can take a tip en plus orange a suspicion juice of concentrate sugar and salad of cold chicken, fresh fruit, crisp greens and' creamy
from the trend and use hang- orange dressing.
salt-makes a fine accompaniment i
: rNTT ing baskets on the patio or
for the chicken and fresh
clusters. Arrange fruit and calories
per tablespoon. { V C
porch or suspended from
I S trees in the lawn. fruit. salad greens around chickenand COOKED CHICKEN FOR + 3 -
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I SUMMER The most common container Makes 8 cc'K
Orange Dressing.
is the "hen..nest" type of FRUIT PLATTER servings. 2 three-pound broiler-fryers,,. a
I DRESSES wire or poultry netting, lined whole or cut up
5 to 6 cups diced cooked chicken 3 water
sphagnum roses. It can
t Values from 6.998.99Prints 1 small onion, sliced
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pineapple, peaches, % cup frozen orange juice concentrate 2 bay leaves :
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weight of the container. chicken with celery and 1 teaspoon sugar V teaspoon pepper I
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mound in the center of a large Place chicken in kettle with i iI
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8 GoinesYille Sun Thursday September 3. 1964

Unseen Teacher With r ill1@J ': <' ,::,: ".'.'. -, ,
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TORONTO (AP) When with college in Ghana and the r I
By never know what time she am terribly upset over Jim's > -
Patience Asante goes home to University of London Instituteof &
will show Perhaps if should be? CECIIT 6ROwN5tONFA
up. you philosophy I tr
Ghana she will be an unseen Education. She taught education DEAR MRS. RICKER: /feed Ed.'er ,. I
do this a few times she will
teacher with a nationwide in Accra and then worked DALE j ;
impact. I on the radio schools broad I have a girl friend who is I realize how annoying it is to LUNCHEON FOR FOUR ." :z- -
never on time. She will tell have to wait for someone who : .
She will operate as a 0 n e- casting staff. is always late. DEAR. DALE: Hamburgers varied this GADDU l'S !--.": I
The TV programs she will me she'll pick me up at a i
.woman educational program. produce will be aimed at class certain time, then turn up Your boy friend is either way are good enough for
ming department for the Ghana *
Broadcasting Corporation.Miss room use. "Teachers are sent anywhere from 20 minutes to very cynical for his age or he company. Whale of a SALE ::.
brochures to tell them what
i has had than his shareof
Asante has been the only progams will be on and when an hour late. She doesn't even DEAR MRS. RICHER: more HAMBURGERS u
woman among 10 Ghanaianswho and how they can lead up to have the consideration to callso disappointments for one so We are moving and must clear our stock.
are in Canada learning to I them and follow them'in lessons I just sit and wait for her. My problem is my brother young. Actually his attitude is MOSCOVITE

be TV producers. Each will afterward" she says. It makes me angry but I do who is 17. I am 13. He triesto wrong as can be. An individual 1 pound ground beef These are just a few of our storewide bargains.A .

help set up a different categoryof I "It can be done because the not want to start trouble be- .boss me around all the time who maintains his kind of Salt and pepper to taste

program in the East African timetables in grades 1 to 6, the tween us. Can you suggest and thinks he should always "philosophy" throughout life Butter or margarine

country."I compulsory grades in Ghana, any way I can cure her of have his way. He's always ad7 is almost sure to end up a : % cup finely chopped onion smashing glass sale . . e 79c

am still regarded as a are almost the same." this bad habit without making miring his looks and makes I 2 small tomatoes (skinned, Walnut chest dresser
I lonely, unloved, bitter individ- or . . $85
teacher-not the her mad?
a producer-in Miss Asante the
says pro- fun of me. I admit the girlsgo seeded and chopped)
sense that I can't leave school grams will be eased: on curriculum STACY ual. 1 can ((3 ounces) chopped Fabric samples from 50c .. rugs $4.50
for him but I'll bet
they I I I
to do other
broadcasting any enrichment. "We try to. drained
mushrooms i
To be there
STACY sure, are some
television job," Miss Asante do a little more with films and wouldn't if they really knew % teaspoon sugar Bubble lights . . $9 to $18.25
in t h is
experts than the classroom Persons who are habituallylate him like I do. I know plentyof unscrupulous people V teaspoon crushed thyme I I

says.Her teacher training began teacher can do." i for appointments are be- things I could tell on him. world and sometimes life does % teaspoon paprika Shelf and light combination . $22.50

-- ing inconsiderate and ill- deal out some very hard % commercial I I
I'm not a tattle-tale but he is cup sour foam
Your Sealy springs . e . $65
mannered. girl friend knocks but don't let Jim in- cream

FINAL SALE CONTINUESSummer will probably resent anythingyou always telling on me. How fluence your way of thinking.Life Season meat with sa'lt Place mats and napkins . 50c each
do to try to cure her of can get along better with

DRESSES $7, $10 and Vz OFF being late but letting her him? I've really tried but it can be wonderful and and pepper before or after I Tile or formica tables . $5 and $10
hasn't worked. He doesn't cooking; shape into 4 patties. i
get away with this bad habitis there are many, many fine
Sweaters & Shells $1.95 Summer Jewelry 59c think my opinions are worth Pan-fry in a little hot butter
simply encouraging it. people who are completely I These special prices apply to stock on hand.
Blouses & listening to. in a skillet; remove and keep
: $1.59 $2.59 Culottes . $3.95 I
I suggest you try this. The trustworthy. When we look for warm. Drain off any fat in
Bras $1.95 & $3.95 All Sales Final next time she is supposed to TODD the best in people we can skillet, but leave drippin g s. I Open .9:30 to 5:30

pick you up, keep her wait- find warm and rewarding re Ad. remaining ingredie n t s,
IDANm ER'S7 : ing. Don't start dressing to go DEAR TODD: lationships. stir over low heat to get up

out until you see her coming.You There is almost sure to be drippings; cook until onionis I Qaaaum JJ t1 e', co s

West University Avenue Use Central Charge will have a good excuse i some bickering and friction wilted. Stir in sour cream; I
for not being ready since you I between in the add salt and pepper to taste; 3RD AVENUE AT 'IT STREET. N.W.
heat but do not boil. Spoon
same family However, Good manners can be the sauce over hamburgers.Makes .
it takes two to and I

It's suspect you and argue your brother key to more friends and a _4_ _servings.__uc, _
life. Ricker'sleaflet
happier Dorothy
Beautiful"Month both are to blame for your
"Body &4STBE on modern day man
squabbles. Obviously he is
ners is in brief, easytoread
wrong in his immature atti-
at- -- form and it's free. Send a
tudes and perhaps off
you are
stamped, self addressed en-
base, too, in being a little envious
of him. velope with your request for

01 STRAe.B'ABEY My advice, Todd, Is to try WITH MANNERS" to. Doro-

to ignore his actions which thy Ricker in care of the

I aggravate you. If he gets obnoxious Gainesville Sun.

01jLY.THE'START! : just look at him,

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Jim and I are high school : jf.
t. 1tq )., Plush Cut *:AcccntllityV "
w- juniors and have been dating ""o: :>''''' $'o *"
steadily for three months. Recently L': ..: :;\ ;; "J"" '7 .

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Thursday, September 3, 1964 Gainesville Sun

=fi; r DEAR ABBY fl .7$ ..
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Whit's your problem For a neutral r

t May Be Sick reply, write to Abby, Box 3365.B ,

vtrry Hills Calif., 90212. and YHZ i

a11A include a self-addressed. stamped en. <
n K I Abigail Van .Buren velop Abby answers al! maiL

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DEAR ABBY: What can I do with a husband who talks of do them good to know how selfish they are.

'nothing but his ailments? He is tall, handsome and the pic GRANDMA ABBIT?-- Er GONE'!' J ( :

ture of health. He has been examined by experts, who say DEAR GRANDMA: They may'be selfish but you don't YOUR !T711; .: 1 RABBIT? j

he is as fit as a fiddle. Yet he has driven away almost all deserve much sympathy. Why don't you tell THEM that you ,iIitJJJ..... )
his friends because he complains so much. He even tells the are not a free baby-sitting service? They are probably under 15 RED Y ,

clerks in stores about his aches and pains. If we go on a trip, the impression that you enjoy it because you haven't com Z RABBIT.rr. xxx ,

all he remembers about it afterwards are the places where he plained. = .. Lxx
had the headaches. I am- .e *

GETTING DESPERATE DEAR ABBY: Tell Joe, who couldn't seem to stick with a <

DEAR GUTTING: If your husband continues to complain diet, that his idea of going to jail for 30 days and living on
about his health after the experts affirm that he is as "fit bread and water was not so dumb. If he has all the money

as a fiddle," quit fiddling around and take the cue. Ask one for doctors, why not get himself a few acres of land in an ;...I

of those experts to recommend another expert-in the psychiatry out-of-the way place and build his own "jail"? He could geta

department. Fiddlers on occasions have been knownto time lock and lock himself in with only a jug of water, a
snap a string.- few oranges and some carrots. I've had a weight problem for
years and that's what I do. I built myself a little place near

DEAR ABBY: What do you think of married children who Palm Springs, and when I put on about ten extra pounds, I
are always taking advantage of their parents? They bring lock myself in for 36 hours at a crack. I am 56and in fine VE PORE, THEY BUSTED ) SHUX-YE THIS STUFF WUL

their children to us so we can baby-sit with them, and they shape. If Joe lives anywhere near Palm Springs, Calif., he is I' + THEM ( OF FIVE MY JUGS PRIME <] BEEN WUSSLICKS HIT TWO DAYS OLD I!

spend the week-ends fishing or going away somewhere. welcome to use my "jail.. REVENOOERSDADBURTHING CORN SQUEEZINS/ t
They all work and could well afford to hire someone to WEIGHTLESS ME r THAN ;
sit with their children. They could also ask their parents to go -+. TODAY MAW / THAT, 13 .

with them once in a while, but they never think of it. I hope CONFIDENTIAL TO HERB: If a woman is able to make a 00 PAW

you'll print this because they read your column and it would man deliciously happy or wretchedly sad-he's still young.


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"The Boarding House" is Mason if there's some discover what became ofa 12:25 O News NURSES ADDRESS IS jl}, A WEEK/ INTO TOWN V HER I CANTSEE HER,,.
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Hints From Heloise .

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Dear Heloise: ing my seat belt most of the on the knee part of my denim pLcatwn. Z ; .

Thanks to the lady who suggested time. The buckle had damaged -pedal pushers. HELOISE Eti I j r. 4\ .c .
using old nylon stock- a coat, and I didn't want to In order to get the bloodspots t uE4 1

ings for scouring out the bath take a chance of damagingmore out, I rubbed an ice I LETTER OF LAUGHTER? 12 TIED UP OH i.
tub. It not only scours better good clothes.So cube on them. As I did this, I Dear Heloise: U ;.x. THEDfCKoF \ tie

than anything we have tried I put an inch thick held a wash cloth underneath.It My husband was complaining >

but also saves on cleansers.We piece of foam rubber, twelve- worked perfectly! about his pajama pants '/
have found other uses for by-six inches, under the belt It took only about five min- legs always scooting up after

the stockings since her sugges- and buckle. Now I'm back in utes. The blood stains went on. he was in bed and how aggra- en t1
tion: the habit of using my seat belt into the wash cloth. Amazing. vating it was: : :

Put a sponge In a stockingfor MARGARET. HELLYER. People who have fresh blood I came across the idea of

washing your walls or car spots on clothing might try sewing some elastic on the bot- _.
Dear Heloise: this method. I found it com- tom of each leg like the wom- --

For washing hard to Dry powder cleansers have pletely satisfactory.MRS. en's new style ski pants. Now, YEAHy0U f9tt4N LOAFERS PIR9T: WE GOTTA
: reach places, put a sponge in several large holes in the top ROBERT BEE no more pant legs scootingup ITS NOT THE If Wo GET TO WOKK OK I'LL CONMN'CE A F'W "
the toe of a nylon stocking, of the can to sift the contents. t !' This will also help sick a RISSIAN AND CViME5 COULD CN2.YCONVINCE CRACK SOME SKUU& OF OCZ::;: OWN
stick in against The holes that bed PEOPLE wHo AE e ?=off==
, a yardstick are so large people in who have this < T06ETHEIZ/
the sponge and pull the stock they put out an excess amountof Ladies, you will never believe same problem. CALS 3 L'STffOUSLEIT'S Those pEOf E ::sl
ing up over the yardstick cleanser. it, but I actually pricked A. D. = .. THIIiZ THAT WE F

: grasping the stocking and the I lift off the adhesive paperon my finger to get some LEADERS/ a TOUVSIM
; end of the yardstick. One never the top of the can, cut the blood spots on a piece of cot- I t.PcACF '.'"
ton. I let it for three Dear Heloise !
I loses the sponge-and you paper in half diagonally then dry :
I have the abrasive action of the put one piece back over the hours. To keep cosmetics, combs!

nylon over the sponge. holes. I then washcloth and other paraphernalia in order ''
up a from!
It's terrific. This allows the cleanser to and it under the I removed the tray
1 MRS. ELIZABETH SANDS come out through only two put my overnight case and set it!q .
1. spots. I picked up an ice in dresser drawer. qp +
my It is
holes which
gives me enoughof
and rubbed briskly over
; Dear Heloise: the powder to do the work the easily replaced in the case for
; Here is something I have and the can of cleanser lasts spots, up and down traveling and already containsthe h w} 15 R T.7u5T ,
found most helpful when rolling much around, and do you know items I take along on a rurs+TIaE ,. A MINUTE WHILE Z
longer.MARY what? .LET 5 G0, ;'
J dough: FREEMAN trip. PUT ON A RO6Eexw

:I put the ball of dough to be '. That precious blood did CAROL HIX

f rolled onto a sheet of waxed Dear Heloise: leave the cotton cloth and .

paper. Then take plastic wrap Since breadboards are ex eame out on that old wash Dear Heloise: w

such as one would use in wrapping .pensive to buy, I purchased a cloth! My favorite use for plastic I
sandwiches and wrap my leftover of Formica for And if
piece I also wonder you bags-bow did we ever live
rolling pin in it. Tape the ends less than a dollar.It all know that unseasonedmeat 1 without them? is to keep my

tightly. No messy surfaces to is very practical and con- tenderizer when mixed flour sifter in one, and fastenit

: clean up and no fussing witha venient and the shiny surfaceis with a little water into a paste snug with a rubber band. t-

sticky rolling pin. easy to clean. will remove old blood stains? This eliminates washing my

MRS. .EDITH. M.. BOWEN MRS. H. Rob in, let set 30 minutes and flour sifter each time (ugh),
1 wash as usual. If the spot has and also keeps my cupboard
I Dear Heloise: Dear Heloise: been there a long time, cleaner. .

I I foundj!t J wasn't fasten I had two small blood spots it may take more than one ap- I MRS. E. S.

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Nimbus Is the Shift
THE OBSERVER By Russell Bake. I Working Night 1 N

2frm lark iiHmr llit portions of, the earth. Nim- The satellite is meeting each e/nrt.+N rN1A1Jer

W By JOHN W. FINNEY bus is demonstrating that by of its design: objectives. Its ...,......"
WASHINGTON The Nimbus using a ,novel form of infrared automatic attitude control sys- LAST TIMES I
it is possible to
Stealers '' photography
The Hubcap meteorological' satellite is tem the first ever to be OPEN ':4$ SEE BOTH LATE
extend the to the
pioneering 'significant ad- coverage SHOW 7:21 AS ':1S I
a Space Agency
of the eartn, thus
vance in weather observationsby night side 7:21 ft 11:45 i iI
sending back the first providing round the clock lite is keeping the space-

nighttime pictures of the surveillance of cloud and craft oriented in all three axes Island i

--I earth's cloud patterns. storm patterns. to within two degrees. I &:B1flJJolphins
Ntm bark tntrnWASHINGTON citizen's duty when witnessing cannot say, "Stand rignt where them 'loose to come back and
1 I'll shoot" with slash the tires next time hos- With its infrared sensor, the
his hubcaps being stolen? you are or any a We
is Back Because Think It's Truly A Fine Picture
Here atypical As the citizen involved in this conviction whatsoever. In the tile society cut their beer off at experimental satellite launched V2ND
middle-of-the night civics case tells it, he immediately second place, after the young 2 a.m. last Friday is obtaining. Academy Award Winner ENDS w ..CO LORI
problem of the sort that canvassed number of alter- men had driven uncon- nighttime pictures of tie earth ..,.. ... SAT.
a away What the witness to the crime >,...;...1:n. LAPP HIT 9:15
makes the 1960's a constant natives. The first was to put cernedly, his wife would have actually did was yell out the and cloud cover of unexpectedly .:. rnP"TT
headache: on his robe, go outside and told the story all over town and window, "Hey, put those hub- clear quality. So clear TpnyA Christine.GirtisKaufinaiui
It is 10 minutes before 3 confront the young man. This '.friends would have done funny; caps back!" The young men are the pictures that it .is pos- ITOit1er; -u \
o'clock in the morning and he rejected for the following! party imitations of him playing sped away carrying the hub- sible to pick out such land- ..
downstairs at the curb in frontof reasons, Wyatt Earp. and the witness went back marks as the Volga River in
the house a weU-dressed i (1) He had forgotten wherehe The fourth alternative was caps to sleep after 15 minutes ol, Russia, the boot of Italy jutting .NEJtVfjJllceIJjJ .... s.fasim/1
young man is noisily removing had put his robe. to telephone the police. This,he hating,himself. into the Mediterranean or iifonsJeurCognac( COLOR
The noise has also rejected. He reasoned mountain ranges in Sumatra. ]f1tlfn.eJ.el1ri1l.
your hubcaps. as ([] STARTS FRIDAYLEE
((2)) He feared that the young He is an indulgent father.In .
wakened to a state of semi- follows: If the police failed to MARVIN
you man might open his skull with time he will make all his: Until now satellite pictures
consciousness! and, groggy with arrive in time he would lose ]/! s ANGIE DICKINSON
the tire iron he was using on his children love him by buying taken with television cameras m s "THE KILLERS"
sleep, you stagger to the window the rest of night's sleep
the hubcaps. them, yellow convertibles. have been limited to the day-
and watch him work. sitting in the parlor filling out
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(3) He has always had a
Your first rational thought 'police reports.If
distaste for having
Is: "Why does it have to be my foppish the police did arrive in
hubcaps?" The city is full curious crowds clustered around time to save the hubcaps, end- : .
of hubcaps, many of them of him while lying unconscious and less difficulties would surely ri :
brilliance. The bleeding on the sidewalk, in his .. : .
surpassing young ensue. He would have to appear .
man obviously does not need pajamas.The in court as prosecutor of '
just j any old hubcaps, for his second alternative was the young men. Having a yellow More Than Money. .7 .. People Are. Our BusinessPete's
window ,
own car, parked alongside! yoursin to point a gun out the convertible, they would doubt- _:
the middle of the street, is and order the young man to less have superb lawyers who '
a yellow convertible of the latest reach for the sky, or better might persuade a jury that any ,
vintage.At yet to fire two warning shots man who leaves hubcaps on the .,
wheel sits another through his windshield. .
its street at 3 am. should be
young man-the getaway driver. Unfortunately or not, he had charged with corrupting youth. c'
He had reasoned ,,.:. : .
no -kf
gun. years
These young men's parents have Moreover, there would be '_.P :
been good to them ago that men who keep guns in .
obviously terrible courtroom confrontationwith ; ?r ; .
because you don't buy )'ellowconvertibles their bedrooms commonly end youth's parents. ("How '% \'-;.<;:. .' _.",.. "., 'I
of the latest vin up shot by their wives. Long \ -:: .
can do this to our sons 'flt. '
tage with the proceeds from ago in the same waking hours, for a you set of common hubcaps?") _____ j ; : -
hot hubcaps.In he had decided that it would be Moreover, the court might : :

any case, the first sleepy better to lose, a few hubcapsin very possibly rule that these .
is bitter of self- life than to give a nervous 1c' -
emotion a surge boys were merely expressingtheir -
pity. "If my parents had boughtme woman access to live ammuni hostility to a society that Ii ,

a yellow convertible whenI tion.Alternative gives them too many yellow ,. ..
was 16,"you think "I wouldn't number three! was convertibles and might turn \
have driven it around stealing to bluff; that is, to pretendthat : .: ,
working men's hubcaps." As he had a gun and shout 11,1 11 1111,1 : .
the brain comes alert however, out the window, "Stand right ,11 v"e........,...- 1
the necessity for taking re- where you are until the police c _
sponsible civic action asserts arrive, or I'll shoot" This was -r ." ;r4 '

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tx. a,,. September! 3. 1964 Gainesville c Is
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I Ocalans N N LSU Practice Brings I !

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I ; . 'Inside Smiles McClendon. '

OCALA For the past several years the good people who By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS iamentals In the session Bradshaw gave his Wildcats a;'Vince Dooley said all are expected

make up the Ocala version of the Quarterback Club that eats, W ,Wednesday. "let-up day" to allow "some of: back in a few days.
sleeps and lives University of Florida football have tendered Coach Charley McClendon of Mississippi's Rebels fielded the bruises to heal up." Team Auburn coach Ralph Jordan

invitations to a Gainesvillian to join the fun. : x' s Louisiana State saw a couple of 1 their; three varsity squads drills concentrated on defense. moved John McAffee, a starting

Last night, with the knowledge that Gator head coach things Wednesday that would.against "B" teams and concentrated Three key Georgia regularswere tackle last year to the numbertwo
Ray Graves and assistants John Eibner were to/do the speak- $.i;:. w. gladden the hearts of most j on kicking, running and missing when the Bulldogsran guard spot in his first major

ing honors, the recipient of the invitation made the short hopto W..t yr+ LN!. ,K coaches. positioning. Coach John Vaughtwas through an afternoon work position change of the year.
: Halfback Joe Labruzzo high-
Marion.County. f particularly satisfied with out in full pads. They were McAffee was injured in the Au-

It was well worth his while. Burlesque made its debut at lighted LSU's first serious fine con1 1 he passing of his quarterbacks, Georgia's leading pass receiverof burn-Georgia game last' year
tact work with several
the Ocala Golf and Country Club and the place didn't get The La. :Jim Weatherly, Jimmy Heidel last year Pat Hodgson; quar- and was moved back to second
: 170-pound Lockport, and hand- terback team because of his lack
raided either. Charles Myers, a left Lynn Hughes, running guard
The the junior displayed the same speed ;er: first string at the moment; and of recent experience at. the po
GEE-string act was performed by Graves-Ellenson- he did last Another
At Lexington coach Charlie junior guard Jim Smith. Coach sition.
Eibner combine. Those who have heard chief scout Eibner bright spot was the fine throw-

before at his dead-pan best describing a Gator opponent ing form of quarterback Pat .
missed a real treat in Ocala. Screen. '

Eibner ran down the 1964 UP slate, toughest in the South- Screen is a major question GHS' NIBLACK

eastern Conference and one of the most rugged in the nation. mark with the Tigers. Before being -

4a knocked out by an injury in

the fourth game last year,,
Screen led the Tigers in offense.

a Films MadeIf Passing PleasesGainesville

a>I !j tr 1 RUGGED LINE1\IAN-LARRY GAGNER Screen hits his stride again

Impresses With Offensive Blocking this year, he could make a' lot

of difference in the LSU offense. School's 'with overall "excellent after 12.
High an prac- a scrimmage on Sept.
McClendon, who sends the Ti- .gridders face a day of intense tice," Gutierrez said.
;I Gator Drills The Terriers concentrated
gers out in shorts and shoulder The Wave coach said backs on
pads for morning drills and in work for tomorrow's scrimmage I Tom Hansen and Steve Tuttleran defense yesterday. Heard said
: at Harris Field, startingat his linemen good
were making
full equipment in the afternoon, well and linemen V. G.
When he got through, they were playing "hearts and flowers"and had films made of the scrimmage 7 p.m., Coach Jim Niblack .Hodsdon Steve Twedcll and penetration. Emphasis will be

falling off their chairs from laughing so hard. Not Secretive to evaluate the effectiveness .said today. Ken Osteen, did good blocking. on defense again today with

Eibner's going to do a repeat with his show before the of the squad at this time. Niblack said he scrimmagedthe More contact work is slated some work on offensive block

local QB Club, it is to be expected (and hoped), so too much At Tuscaloosa, Ala., the talk 'Canes yesterday, also. today for PKY with emphasison ing.

material is not going to be stolen today. was about the lack of helmet- "I wasn't entirely satisfied," he fundamentals. A controlled: "We need more contact work,

The Schedule And Not GoodTwo butting customary to Paul Bry- said, "but it was a long scrimmage -scrimmage is on tap and the too," Heard said. "We're to

ChangeStill ant practice sessions. Bryant and there were good passing game will be tested. bring them along a little more
said this year he's giving the points." each day contact."
a sample of, what to expect comes from the fact that Items have marked Larry Dupree was the lone highlight -. players five rest periods and water Gutierrez said quarterbackMac on
'Eibner remarked the Gators replaced Richmond, a team the Florida football practes! : the on offense although the and vitamin pills to keep The GHS coach said for the Johnson has been slowed Below Par

UP outlasted 35-28 last year, on the 1964 schedule with Ole past few days. They haven't blocking of tackle Larry Gag- them from losing so much first time his receivers are by a summer foot injury that
Miss. That's for the folks who think South Carolina is sup- been> secret and they haven'1been ner caught Graves' attention weight in practice sessions.He starting to catch the bullet toss- required a cast for two weeks. Starke coach David Hurse
posed to be a soft touch for Florida. good. and plaudits, too. pointed out that his 1961 es of quarterback Jack Eck- "He's coming along more ev- bemoaned another bel>w par

And there was the line about Miami's 75'out-of-state play Coach Ray Graves said the The UF coach noted that it t championship team held off ono dahl. He singled out David ery day," the PKY coach said. practice terday. "We've by his gridders had only yes-one

ers, including 25 Senors. That's right, Senors, not seniors. Gators still are "dead, men- was normal for players t the; rough stuff in the early go- Crown and Mack Stipanovich, DisappointmentAt real good practice since we
LSU, the Tigers at Baton Rouge, the Black Hole of Calcutta, tally and physically," after show signs of tiredness becauseof : ing just as he is doing this:a pair of ends, for their catches. started" he said.

football-wise. SMU, the team with the :9.2 speedster. The noting they slopped throughtwo the two-a-day grind and the year Santa Fe, Rebel coach

humors would read well in this space but the way Eibner more drills yesterday.And oppressive heat that has gripped Good Blocking Al Giffen, rugged halfback, Charlie Roberts expressed keen Hurse said the Tornado

tells it, the cornball is classic. the canvas fence whichis the area this week. But he Tulane ran through a brisk of- 'ran well, Niblack said. "He had disappointment with results of gridders are not in top shape

Graves set the tempo for the evening, noting Fred Monts- to keep prying eyes away has been displeased because of. tensive scrimmage against his best day since practice a scrimmage yesterday."We and this, combined with: the
deoca, Ocalan who was a fine punter for the UF in his foot- from the UF's work, still is not the failure of the squad to freshmen and coach Tommy 0' started," the GHS coach not- heat, probably Is a factor.
ball had offered advice how current kicker Hal completely The the shape up. were sluggish and we
career, on up. way Boyle said he was especially ed. Giffen broke loose on several Starke worked on kickoff pat
have reacted the last have a lot farther to go thanI
could improve. Graves said Montsdeoca wants him players
FundamentalsThe long runs and ran hard
pleased with his white unit'slocking terns and returns yesterday.
to put his other shoe back on. Seymour kicks in a stockingfoot. six sessions, workmen'will hustle Gators will in for. on short gainers. thought, Roberts said. "We
come ) in the line. "I thought need lot contact beforeour Hurse said the TornadcFS also
the canvas to completion more
more intensive work on funds.. our blocking looked good," said Good PracticeP. first There not spent time on both offense and
Graves said he was grateful for the advice but added, "He today. mentals, both on offense and. O'Boyle, adding that the runningof too much game.evidence of good hit defense.
(Montsdeoca) apparently wants to keep his old records." Encouraging defense today. his backs on all three units K. Yonge had a ur e a 1practice" "
ting yesterday.
I. Graves had a scrimmage yesterday Pass defense remains a was hard. good in the words of "We've been dividirg our

They're Licking B SquadDefensive and the session on defense bright spot with the ..secondaryof ] Mississippi State Coach Paul Coach Mike Gutierrez. "We Roberts said he planned a time equally on "offense and de-

bad some encouraging Bruce Bennett, Ken Russell I Davis closed the doors spent two hours on fundamentals full-scale scrimmage tomorrow fense up to now, he said, "but
line tutor Ellenson said he has had his charges moments. The play of soph and Allen Trammell performing ., rest of his on the dummy scrimmage and with emphasis to be on offense.At starting today we'll spend more
working overtime daily on goal line stands. Last year the tackle Wally Colson of Valdosta in top-drawer fashion. preseason practice basics." time on offense." Lone injuryis

UP was porous in the last 10 yards and lost several games Ga., was encouraging. Colon Graves plans a full-scale: sessions the to prepare in,secret for Lincoln Coach Jesse to Don Falcon who has a
due to touchdowns achieved by the opposition in this territory has stepped in for injured scrimmage at Florida Field Bulldogs' opener against The Blue Wave started slow, Heard said he is working 7 0 I pulled leg muscle but it is
Sydney MacLean of Jackscn- Saturday afternoon. Next week, Texas Tech. State pressed fun- picked up speed and ended boys but plans a cut to 55 or 60 slight.

"I don't know how much we're improved," Ellenson said, ville. with the start of classes, the.
"but I'll tell you this. We're dominating our B squad in prac- The running of team captain UF will go to one-a-day drills
tices. We're kicking the heck out of them." NO MONEY DIXIE VIM'S [ipensa.m.-6:30p.m.1

Graves listed the offensive features of the UF team since FSU PlayersNot 405'N.W.13thSt.

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Ford Frick over the services of Minoso on irrevocable waivers, Baltimore,2. Minnesota 0 San Francisco 4. New York 0 .
e' Chicago 7 Detroit Cincinnati l,Chicago 0. 12 innings SPORT SPECIALS
ancient Minnie Minoso. and any club can have him for Kansas City 9. Boston S 0 St. Louis '. Milwaukee 2 BATTERIES COMPACT
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outfielder Minoso from Indianapolis -,action in shipping Minoso to I Blasingame& 3-3 at St. Lou .
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issue when weeks and then Newman 10-4 hatfey 12-4. night
a burning I League six ago Only games scheduled. Chicago Ellsworth 13-14 at Cincinnati Coni.DIXIE .
Frick Wednesday ruled the Sox I repurchasing him Tuesday, wasa ,, Baltimore at TMDMT Los Angeles.$ Games N Toole 13-4 night C J
guilty of hanky-panky in the "cover up" and violated inten, New York at Kansas City twi-nighl Only games Temernw'scheduled. Games

transaction.Even of the rules on!player transac. Cleveland Boston at Minnesota at Chicago Los Angeles at New York. 2. twi-nigl!N
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behind Gary Peters' five-hit tion.Short asserted no major FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE Houston at Pittsburgh VIM'S
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ager Ed Short accused Frick of I'dianapolis, a White Sox farm Dayna Lakeland B'ch 21 27:'-3 31* .415::t1 UVtYuttrtfay 1U*'Tebbetts, manager of the CJev< to
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Orioles, had sought the aged,! Indianapolis prior to his purchase at Beach Miami at Fort'-- LauderdilOrtontfo .. !-" The Orioles beat his team 4.3

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c. ncy's NL Bid AliveBy The Gainesville QuarterbackClub Sept. 29.Dutch cons turn up on the--Gators' grid ,

will kick off its 1964 sea- Schulenburger, humorist :- schedule in a few years and

.a,2a son with the annual welcome from Miami and emcee for ,this will be a preview of what J \

> barbecue for Florida's football the Gator Growl several UF may expect. .
MURRAY CHASS ace. get 17 hits in 164 times at bat fora i 6-% and Los Angeles downed. squad Sunday at the Hub on ago, will spin his funny tales on The Christmas party will windup

Associated Press Sports Writer The 21-year-old right fielder is .104 average. He also batted Pittsburgh 8-5 in 12 innings. campus. Oct. 13. Schulenburger has spoken the year's activities. Date

1 the; son of Mel Queen, a pitcher in four runs in his career. 14th Win .. to the Club on previous occasions will be announced later.
Fortunately for Cincinnati, 1 who compiled a 27-40 lifetime Young Queen went 2-for-6 Queen's single in the 12th in- Nebbie Anderson, QuarterbackClub and is noted for his wit The Quarterback Club will
said the affair
Mel Queen doesn't quite follow ]record with the New York Wednesday, raising his averageto ning followed singles by pinch president, Joel make its annual trip to Baton
In his father's footsteps. Yankees and the Pittsburgh .218 and his RBI total to 11. hitter Marty Keough and Chico k would start at 6 p.m. Eaves, new Georgia
Rouge (via New Orleans) for
rookie lashed and has compiled the record Ruiz. It Jim OTodle who MEL QUEEN i Humorist Red Mitchum of athletic director and former
Queen, a a sin- ]Pirates in the 1940s early He gave I the UF-LSU

gle that drove in the only run of J 1950s. j mostly as a pinch hitter. Only pitched- seven-hitter, his 14th _..' -." ..=Timely.,...,..,.;. ..""'...Hit_.,...- Ocala will be the speaker. Coach will basketball coach at Auburn, game.
the game in the Reds' 1-0 victory Poor Hitter recently has he been playing victory in 20 decisions. Bob Buhl Ray Graves and his assistantswill speak on Oct. 20. Eaves is; The Rosenberg twins, former

over Chicago in 12 innings Luckily for the elder Queen, somewhat regularly- allowed the Reds five hits in the introduce varsity and fresh- one of the most respected men Valtham, Mass., high school

Wednesday night. The triumph J tie was a pitcher. He certainly In other NL games, Philadel- first eight innings. man players.> in the nation in the field of II rack stars, will be running

kept the secondplace Reds 5% jouldn't have reached the majors phia edged Houston 2-1, San Chris Short hurled a fourhitter Anderson also revealed the athletics. against each other when Northeastern -

games behind Philadelphia in on his hitting. In eight seasons Francisco blanked New York 4- posting his 15th triumph x '$ sRe q program schedule for the Club. Tonto Coleman, former member -: and Brandeis compete

the National League pennant he somehow managed to 0, St. Louis defeated Milwaukee against seven losses for the With the exception of the Oct. of the UP coaching staff and 'n the future. Steve is at Northeastern -

Phillies, who won the game in > 'wwJ..Y r ..i P roam: *..n. r-A- a annouTWrl, [now No. 1 assistant to Bobbv and Art at Brandeis.

the fourth inning. Wes Covington and the annual Christmas party, :Dodd at Georgia Tech, will : (Advertisement) t

Saari Wants AussiesTo and Clay Dalrymple singled, other speaking' dates have been I make a return appearance hereon \1
were sacrificed to second and filled. Oct. 27.

third and scored on Tony Tay- Mehre Leads Off The annual Coaches' Night OVERWEIGHTAvailable

Re-Consider RoseBy lor's single to center field. t 4.: Noted football analyst Harry program will be on Oct. 3.

The Colts scored in the sixth Mehre of Atlanta, former South- This is the night several members to you without doctor's

when Eddie Kasko walked, wentto eastern Conference coach, will of the UP staff lecture on prescription, our drug called
second on Mike White's sin- be the Initial speakeron their specialties. ODRINEX. You must lose ugly
MURRAY ROSE will have to shorten the time. Iwon't Saari's memorable perform- xzt' program fat or your money back. No
gle and came around on a single Sept. 22Charlie strenuous exercise, laxative,
massage -
be the only one to break ance highlighted the first five Gibbs Comes Back

NEW YOR K (AP) Roy 17 minutes. I imagine there will days of the trials, in which five by Bob Aspromonte. ___"....> -3--""" _-- Tate, former UF or candies taking, crackers of so-called or cookies reducing -
Saari, the first man to break the be four or five of us and I thinkit world records have been surpassed I' Juan Marichal made only his JIM O'TOOLE frosh mentor and now head Another repeat performancewill or chewing gum. ODRINEX

17-minute mark in the 1,500- will take 16:50 to win the gold one tied and 11 listed second start since July 29 'and Strong Hurling coach at Miami, will speak on be by Ronnie Gibbs, famed il a tiny tablet and easily swal
swim he the Mets four hits. ----- National lowed. When take ODRINEX.
meter freestyle says medal at Tokyo." American records have been stopped on .I, Football League offi- you
would be if Australian Marichal 16-6 had been cial you still enjoy your meals, still
happy beaten and one tied.Equals now on Nov. 10. Gibbs spoke eat the foods like, but
officials change their minds and Own Record Mark bothered by a back ailment. here several years ago and simply don't have you the urge you for

put Olympic great Murray Rose Saari's time smashed his own Cathy Ferguson, a 16yearoldschoolgirl Tom Haller slammed a homerin National League Boxes still rates as one of the fines' extra portions because ODRINEX

against him in the Tokyo listed world standard of 17:05.5,1 from Burbank, Calif., the fourth inning while Hal ever to talk tor the Quarter. depresses your desire appetite for food.and Your decreases -
Games. set in Tokyo a year ago, and Lanier singled across two runs backs. your
equalled the listed world recordof Night Game E-None. DP-New York 1. LOB-San weight must com* down, becauve
erased the pending mark of i in the PITTSBURGH Francisco *, New York 4. There will be doctor will tell
"That would make it real 1:08.9: for the 100-meter back LOS ANGELES no meeting on as your own you
a 17:01.8 reeled off by swimmer] ninth.Eighth Game abrhbi abrhbi 2B Lanier. HR-Haller (9). S when you eat less, you weigh less.
stroke in Alou. Nov. 17, but on Nov. 24 Andy
world championship, said the a Wednesday morning Wills ss 5220 Bailey 3b 5020 Marichal. SF-M. Get rid of
fat and live
Rose, not the sports writer, in Cardinals their Tr'skl 3i :ib 5220 Virdon cf 3000W. IP H R Elt 88 SO excess
The >
won Gustafson Miami athletic
heat and then director
19-year-old dynamo from El won the final and Davis cf 5 1 31 Mota ptxf 3000 Manchal W 16-6 9 A II 0 0 9 longer. ODRINEX costs $3.00
Calif. after he the National AAU championships passage to Tokyo in 1:09.3. eighth game in the last nine Howard rf 3111 Clemente rf 6 1 1 0 Stallard U -17 4 5 2 2 1 3 will be the speaker. and is sold on this GUARANTEE:
Segundo, shortly at Los Altos, Calif., Aug. sevenhitter. I Parker rf 1100 Lynch If 6121 Bearnarth ......2 0 0 0 1 1 If not satisfied for lust
had cracked the world record Walt Richardson, 20-year-old behind Bob Gibson's Griffith If 5012 Stargell Ib 5110 Kroll ... 2 2 0 a 1 A Gustafson retired last year as any reason
2. .- Gibson 13-10 was backedby Fairly Ib 4000 Mazer'ski 2b 5 1 1 0 Wakefield 1 2 2 2 2 0 return the package to your drug-
for the metric mile with a sen- officials thumbed national champion from Hins- Oliver 2b 3000 Pagliaronl c 5 1 3 0 PB-Cannizzaro. A36,589.Night the 'Canes' head coach. gist and get your full money back.
sational 16:58.7: performance in Australian dale, Ill., and the U. of Minnesota Ken Boyer, and Curt Flood, Moon ph 1000 Schofield SS 5020 Came On Dec. 1, Ben Martin, Air No questions asked. ODRINEX is
down a plea by Rose, winner of his listed who each knocked to two runs. Gilliam Jb 3001 Gibbon p 1000 MILWAUKEE ST. LOUIS Force sold with this guarantee by:
the final of the Olympic Trials be topped American Torborg c 3110 Freese ph 1011 Academy football coach,
four Olympic gold medals, to Two by Denis Menke Roseboro c 1 0 0 0 Burgess \n 0000 abrhbi abrhbi Vielll Drug Store in E. University
mark of 57.8 and tied his errors will be the
pend- Flood cf 412 2 speaker. The Fal-
Wednesday."It of the Olympic Reed p 3000 Clenden'n ph 1 0 0 0 Carty If 3110 Mail Orders FilledVODKA
made a member ing record of 57.5 in a heat of helped St. Louis to three runs to, T. Davis ph 1 01 1 McBean p 1 000 Maye cf 4011 Brock If 423 0
because he did not try to I Walls ph 1000 Alley ph 1000 Aaron rf 101 White 1b 401
first team
to be the
great Flood'sstogie.
was the: 100-meter butterfly. He won the fourth inning, two on Totals 44 111 6 Totals 41S112 Bailey c 4000 Boyer 3b 311 2
said Saari, "because someone make the team in Australia. the final in 57.8. I Los Angeles ......... 102 010 001 000- Torre ID 4010 Groat Maxvill ss 000 401 0 1
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Judy Reeder, a 16-year-old Derrell Griffith's basesloaded Menke ss 4000 c
Woodw'd Ib 3110 Javier 2b 410
blonde from Santa Clara, Calif., two-run double broke a 5-5 Gibbon faced 2 men In 5th; perranoskl i Fischer p 1000 Warwick rf 3 1 0 I 0
faced 3 men in 8th.HBP Cline ph 1010 Shannon rf 000 0
started the
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Eases squeezed women's 100-
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meter breaststroke final in a the way to their 12-inning 2. T-3.48. -7,107. Total :33 2 7 1 Totals n 6 9 I
swimoff then beat the triumph. A third run scored in E-Bailey. Fairly Oliver. DP-Los An Milwaukee ......001 010 000-2
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listed American mark in the the inning on a force play. The 9.2B-Tracewskl Pittsburgh 10., Clemente. Stargell, Grif-

'Bama final with a time of 1:20.1 that Pirates rallied for three big fith. 3B-Howard, T. Davis. Sb-Fairly. Louis E-Javier 1. LOB-Milwaukee, White, Menke 6, St.2. Louis DP-S A.. '
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Ala. (AP) take: one 15-minute break "dur-- Gaines rf 4000 Herrnst'n If 0000 Night Game
I Hardy cf 4000 Dalrympl c 3 1 1 0
Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant is ing which we give the players; Grote e 3010 Thomas Ib 2000 I CHICAGO abrhbi CINCINNATI abrh iii

taking some of the hard knocks 7 ounces of water, 7 ounces oj!r Nottebart Fox ph p 1 1000 0 0 0 Taylor Amaro 2b ss 3012 3000 Stewart ss 5000 Ruiz 2b 502 0
of season practice for crushed ice and a vitamin C: Short p 3010 Burton rf 5010 Queen rf 602 5 ole 1
out early Williams If 5010 Pinson cf
Makes It Totals 301: 4 1 Totals 2* 2 7 2
said. Again Santo 3b 5000 Robinson If 401C
his Alabama football squad. I pill, Bryant : Banks lb 5 0 1 Johnson Ib 500 C
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"Maybe it will to be a Bryant said the purpose oi Houston Cowan cf: 4020 Pavletich c 501 I
prove Philadelphia ........... 000 200 Oflx-2E Schaffer c 3010 Cardenas ss 5 001
big help this year," Bryant said reversing his practice procedurE Campbell 2b 5 0 0 0 Boros 3b 401 0 .
"If so maybe I'm just is to avoid early season injuries GREEN BAY, Wis.. AP) -, ed. "There's Jack StrouJ, Gino -Allen. DP-Houston 1. LOBHouston Buhl p 2 0 0 O'Toole p 401 0A'Irt
today. ,
6. no ph 1 0 0 0 Keough ph 111 a
before his Dave Hanner, the granddaddy Marchetti, Andy Robustelli and 6 Philadelphia Burke ph rf 1010
getting smarter, or just getting players are 2B-Covington. SB-Taylor. S-Llllis,
softer with old age." I ready, and to keep them heal: of the Green Bay Packers, is Y.A. Tittle to name a few. I Nottebart Thomas.IP H R ER 88 SO Totals One out when 41 0 winning 7. Totals run scored.44 1 10 1

It's a sharp change for a team. thy. resting easier. He has made the don't think Nottebart, L, 6-9 6 6 2 2 2 2 Chicago .......... .... 000 000 OM 000--(
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known to emphasize a Bryant Licks Virus Short W 157 ..1. 9 4 1 1 2 10
difference if avoid
I ball League season. a player can T 2.14. A-12,616. E-None. DP-Cincinnati 1. LOB-Chi. I
trademark -"Knock, knock,I He said that the vitamin C cago I. Cincinnati 12.
"Every year it's more of a. injuries and keep in condition." Night Game I 2 B-WlIII ams, Banks Cowan. SchaHe,
knock." : pill, for example, is to keeIdJwn ) Robinson, Pavletich. SB-Stewart, Pinso.
struggle and have to bear Hawg by team-
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as colds and congestion in th .Alou rf 3011 Klaus 3b 4010 McDaniel ... 2 2 0 0 0
tackle said today. "You former Arkansas star felt his 1D
lookThe Lamer 2b 5022 Hunt 2b 4010 Elston. L. H. .11-33 1 1 0 1I I'I
most of I
players spend chest and head "and try to helj>> always have to fight fcr your, job was in jeopardy this season Mays cf 3000Kranep'I Ib 4010 O'Toole, W, 14-6 12 .7 0 0 3
their practice time learning as- lick the virus tendencies that i I Snider ph 1000 Christop'r rf 4 0 0 0 HBP-By Buhl (Rub) WP-Buhl. T-
job. There's always some joungguy : after, the Packers drafted sever- Kuenn If 1000 Altman If 3000 ::2:52. A-t.060.
signments at three quarters tired player develops." trying to beat you out." al outstanding tackles, including McCovey Hart 3b If 5 1000"0 1 0 Hickman Elliot ph-Cf cf 2000 1000

speed.The Bryant said his players for. Although 34, Hanner oesn'tI Nebraska's Lloyd Voss, the No. J.Alouf rf 1010 Can'zaro c 3000 I 5 MEN WANTEDTO .z
helmet-to-helmet, sur- Daven't ss 0000 McMillan ts 2000 ASSIST ME IN MY
merly lost up to 12 pounds ir feel he's too old for Ms role ir I 1 selection. And it didn't help Cepeda Ib 400 0 Smith ph.ss 1000

vival-of-the-strongest theory is a hot day's workout. one of pro football's most t: when he was kept on the benchas Haller Pagan c ss.rf 2211 4220 Stallard Graham p ph 1000 1010 BUSINESS g

gone.The "This takes a lot out of a boy,,, rugged lines. Green Bay dropped a 20-7 Marichal p 3010 Gonder ph-c' 1000 21 to 40, NEAT APP. PhoneFR i
players are given five Totals 33 4 4 Totals 31. 4 0 2.0500, Mr. Haney, Mon., ;
so under our new way of thinking "There are quite a few play decision to St. Louis in the fi
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rest periods in each practiceand we cut down the weight los;s ers in the league older," he not, season opener. New York ?..-.._.... ... 100 000 000--0, Wed., Fri. 9 .m.-10 p.m.
plenty of water. of liquids and our average player

-During an afternoon practice won't lose more than 3 or -

session the Crimson Tiders pounds."It levi Jeans White Levi's Levi Sfapresf- & Stretch Levis

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to give the players a rest. During l
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boy for two solid hours. This i s
Listen No. 1 the same thinking we have aug, your size & color at . .
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keep them fresh as possible.".
NEW YORK (AP) Ring But the knock-knock work wil Hundreds of pairs
Magazine, refusing to go along come, too. Rugged contact won k

with the World Boxing Association .looms In the future and one is outlawing a return match the players know their assignments -I GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER

between champion Cassius Clay' and "we aren't fallin g l CENTRAL CHARGE B-L CHARGE 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET

and Sonny Liston, listed Listor all over each other" a game l1
as the No. 1 heavyweight con, condition scrimmage is in order-1,l LAYAWAY PLAN

tender today. Bryant said. 1
Ring also said it didn't sup-
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Clay's title away from him if lu t
meets Liston in a return, tentatively .

set for November at. a site 1 I

to be announced. .
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I II' BradsHaw Says Kentucky Team
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By JAMES RUSSELLSun many of his gridders had to

Football Assistant be forced to study. Gutierrez By KELSO STURGEON the ball in once we got inside scene to try to guide his alma the freshmen 73-0," h? sal!. I'!I

Many educators have complained held the sessions in the. LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP-Ken- 'their's," he said. mater back to the prestige it en- showing a seldom used smile. f I

football about and poor the fact grades that System at P. I{. Yonge He school learned library the the library first year.was tucky football coach Charlie But Bradshaw said Kentucky bowl joyed by going in to the three straight "We've come a long way and I I

often seem to go together.P. open until only 4 p.m. each Bradshaw says his team can be ]has the kind of linemen this games early 1950s. we know it's going to start pay !

K. Yonge football coach day and this hindered his likened to a keg of dynamite :year that can put the damperon "I'll never forget the first ing dividends."

Mike Gutierrez has answered plans. Therefore, he switched just waiting for someone to light I t any team that thinks the scrimmage we had," he said. Bradshaw is working with a

these complaints with his to any classroom be the fuse. J middle of the Wildcat forward "We had the varsity going

system of after school study found available in 1963. wall is a superhighway with against the freshmen and the squad of 58, small by Southeast-

halls. By this means, Gutierrez Bradshaw, looking forward to J nothing[ to slow them down. j varsity had to score a touch- era Conference standards, but
"I have found that many the season with optimism, giant-sized by Kentucky stan
saysa down in the
has proved that football Far Cry 45 seconds to
/\2\ \ boys do not make good victory over either Mississippi j dards. At the end of his first
and education be The manage a 24-24 tie.
can a possibility grades football situation at Kentucky is
during sea- or Auburn-Kentucky's second season in Lexington, Bradshaw
for every boy. son not because a far cry from what it was' "We held our first
they lack and third opponents.after open- : scrimmage had fewer than 30 men on the
The P. K. Yonge study the time, but because they ing with Detroit-could supply when Bradshaw arrived on the Saturday and the varsity beat team. I

system concentrates on fail to utilize what time they just the spark the Wildcats needto I .

beating the heat by postponing o have available," Gutierrezsaid. explode into one of the finest

'practices until 5:30 p.m. .; "Some boys just cannot teams in the land.
the first six weeks of school. study without constant
I i .
When school lets out, all supervision. However, we 'We've strengthened ourselves

gridders report to two have found no one on our where we had no strength h' Your Future

rooms where 90 minutes of squad unable to make passing last year," Bra d s haw said.I!., ;. .

study are required. grades when he applies "Last season we had all our I

Gutierrez has found that I himself. The problem is not trouble inside the 10-yard( lines.I

he beats the beat and improves one of time or ability but
"We couldn't stop anyone ( Be
: grade averages.the A tion.application" and direc from scoring once they got inside -I an Bright
study conducted by
our 10 and we couldn't take'
school administration found Gutierrez said. the National Honor Society.

that the boys made a higher Some of the products of Two Years Ago Enforcer of Silence

collective grade average the the Gutierrez program bear The program started two During these study sessions Double Duty A brighter future is yours with a ready
first six weeks than of the the P. K. Yonge coach 41l
any attention. One is C. T. years ago. OJ.
other school six weeks during the "Tom" Newberry, Jr., who fact that many football participants turns football from a into teacher a crotchety of winning To ContinueMIAMI 2 0. cash savings account at Gainesville

year. managed a score of 489 out also compete in Mutual where yield and
enforcer of silence. Many safety convenience -
Out Of Way of 495 on the Florida State baseball and track, spring Miami football
teachers have ( )-
just to
"The boys have the timeto College Placement Test, wasa practice had to be held in the silence to believe it.hI see coach Charlie Tate says he ex-I: are available to the thrifty person.
get the worst of their National Merit SemiFinalist May. Gutierrez wanted to DIVIDEND
wish they would all be that pects to continue two a day
homework out of the way and had the best grade beat the heat, so he decidedto I Attractive dividends of 4/2! % paid
into next weekin
in classes sessions
quiet. practice
before they are too tired to average in his graduatingclass. hold sessions from 6 to my In Cash
remarked to Gutierrez. order to get the Hurricanes,
study. Then we also found Newberry found time 7:30 p.m. The boys were or Compounded since 1959.Gainesville.

that they do a better job on in 1963 to be one of P. K. free to do as they pleased Gutierrez proved that win ready for their opener Sept. Semi-Annually "

the practice field becausethe Yonge's better football until then.Gutierrez. ning football and passing 19th against Florida State. I

I weather is cooler. We players. Gutierrez has found instituted his grades go together last year. Tate said Wednesday he

have found that everything that a surprising number of study hall in September, Football-wise, his team would like to discontinue the I

benefits from our program," his football players make 1962, when he found that compiled a 7-1-2 record and double sessions as soon as pos a" t Mutual
won a bid to the Pine Tree
sible but needs the tune to

Bowl in Perry. Grade-wise, choose the best 22 men for his ",, .
V every player maintained ....
ZORRO LEAVES MARK new two-platoon system. II yr31s; \
eligibility and four of 12 senior BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION

football players made Tate said he has made some I

better than 400 on the State position shifts and expects more I 217 N.E 1st Street. Phone FR 6.6771 or FR 6.2415

College Placement Test. to come. I

MIKE I threw it right down the :striking out four batters in an .

Associated and I was surprised j inning as Cleveland walloped

Zorro has he swung at it." 1 Washington 9-0.

Milt Pappas. had no other difficul- In the other AL game, Kansas

Pappas as he struck out 10 and al- City outslugged Boston 95.

7 2-3 innings only one other base run- The Orioles' supported Pap

a one-hitter Earl Battey walked on ]pas with only four hits but two Your Dealeris

Orioles straight pitches in the third 'were homers, by Sam Bowens Plymouth-Valiant

one-half while bringing his j n the second and Luis Aparicioin

American to 13-5 with his sixth : the ninth. Both were off Dick

ing Minnesota Stigman. having a'/ 't'

night. he had to share the Peters pitched his third shut-

The unkind spotlight with three I out, drove in one run with a
tered with two
I single and also collected dou-
by Twins' too."I Peters kept the second- :ble. He knocked home the a final
ro) Versalles, Chicago White Sox right It
J run of a four-run fifth inning
first-pitch the Orioles, bringing his that it of .;'"
1 uprising put out reach
between third to 16-7 with a five-hit after \, .
Bill Skowron supplied the
rive Pappas of in a 7-0 victory over : HOTCLEARANCE
Pappas 'big hit with a two-run single. RED

The White Sox had
game that he Chance of the Los An-
scored enough for Peters in the
salles a fat Angels posted his ninth :second when
I inning an error
battle of wits. and his 17th victory with
and doubles by Pete Ward and \
"It was one hit, 4-0 victory over New :
off Hank
'runs Aguirre.
situations, that dropped the third-
' right-hander. Yankees three games off Snap pes Streak

batters in the pace. Chance, the major league
leader in shutouts, is now tied
pitch. It was a Lee Stange made the ,
I with Chicago's Juan Pizarro for
that Versalles of a rare opportunity,
the most victories in the AL
the first pitch, a major league record by
after boosting his record to 17-6

I American League BoxesNight I by game snapping winning the streak.Yankees' four-

Chance got all the support he

Night Game Game needed when Joe Adcock followed -
I ab>>rllbi IlIrllb brhbi abrhbi an error and Willie
Salmon rf 5021 Blas'ame 2b 3000 Brandt cf 3000 Klndall 2b 3000 Smith's double in the fourth in-
Howser ss 421 0 Cun'ham Ib 3010 Aparicio ss 4111 Allison ph 1000
Chance 10 4112 King rf 3000 Slebern Ib 4010 Rollins 30>> 4000 ning with his 18th homer and
Wagner If 4221 Lock cf 4000 B.R'b's'n 3b 4 0 0 0 Oliva rf 3000
Moran 2b 1001 Kirkland If 3000 Bowens rt 3111 Killebrew If 3000 No. 301 of his career. That
Alvis 3b 5123 Brumley c 4010 E.Rob's'n If 401 0 MIncher Ib 3000
I Azcue c 4010 Zlmmer 3b 4000 Orsino c 3000 Hall cf 3000 tagged the loss on Jim Bouton,
Oavalillo cf 4120 Kennedy ss 3000 Adair 2b 3000 Versalles ss 3010 who had held the Angels score-
Held 2b-lf 4110 Rudolph p 0000 Pappas p 3000 Battey c 2000
Stange p 2001 Valentine ph 1 0 0 0 Stigman p 2000 less for 40 consecutive innings. SALE !
Bell p 0100 Phillips ph 1000 Kostro ph 1000
Stange allowed two hits
Sievers Ib 1000 Totals 31212 Totals 26111 only ,

Trial 37 tilt Totals 3012 1 Baltimore ............... tlO GOO 001-2 and struck out 10 four in the
Cleveland ?_........... 303 Ml 002-' Minnesota ............... 000 000 000-0
Washington .............. 000 OJO ooo.-a seventh inning-before Don McMahon .
Stenhoose. LOB-Cleveland 5, Washington E-Versalles. LOB-Baltimore 4. Minnesota
7. 2. relieved him in the .
26 Salmon. HR-Alvts (U). Chance 28-Siebern. HR-Bowens (19). Apart- eighth and preserved the In-
(14). Wagner (3). S-Stange. BelL cio (9).
IP H R ER II SO dians 11th victory in 12 games.
IP H R ER II so Pappas. W. 13-5 ..7 1 0 0 1 10
Stigman L. 4-14 .. I 4 2 2 2 1 Max Alvis, Bob Chance and
Stange W, 7-12 71-32 0 0 4 10
Bell ..........12-30 0 0 0 1 Klippsteln Stigman faced 2.1 men In 0 tth.0 0 0 1 Leon Wagner, meanwhile, sup-
Rudolph. L. 1-3 .. 2 533 0 1 WP-Stlgman. T-2:13. -15,627. plied the support with homers.

Koch ......... 1 333: 1 1 Stange struck out Don Lock
Night Game
Stenhous ......3 1 1 0 0 3 NOW YORK LOS ANGELESab
Daniels .........2 1 0 0 0 0 r h bl abrhbl leading off the seventh, but a It's that happy time of year again for new-car buyers
Hannan ........ 1 2 2 2 1 0 Llnz ss 3000 Clinton rf 4011 passed ball by Joe Azcue ena
PS-Azcue. T-2:14. A-2, 40. Bianctfd ph 1 0 0 0 Fregosl ss :3100 clean-up time! New models are coming so
Gonzalez 36 4000 Smith If 3120 bled Lock to reach first. Stange! -

Night Game Marls Mantle rf d 3000 3010 Adcock Power Ib lb 4123 0000 then whiffed Willie Kirkland, Plymouth Dealers hold this big sale to clean up

BOSTON KANSAS CITY Tresh If 3010 Torres 3b 4000 to Mike Bruin
gave a single
ebrhbl>> abrhbl Pepitone lb 3010 Reichardt cf 3 0 0 0 up stocks of every 1964 Plymouth and Valiant. Head
Schilling ?b ,5020 Ca'p'n'rls If 4122 Howard C 3010 Satrlano c :3000 ley, and finished by fanning Don n'v
Mantilla If 4121 Causey u 4210 Rkh'dson Sb 3 0 0 0 Knoop 2b 3110 Zimmer and John for a showroom this week-where you'll find low i --t t
Ytrze'skl cf 4 1 2 0 Colavito rf 4210 Bouton p 1000 Chance p 3000
Smith 3b 5110 Gentile Ib 4123 Moore ph 1000 Red Sox aided the A's
Thomas rf 5233: Edwards c 4011 Kubek ph 1000 prices, high trade-in allowances and red hot deals! PAA
Horton Ib 5011 Charles 3& 5020 I Totals 2* 111 Totals :30 4 I 4 with two errors and a wild pitch

Bressoud ss 4000 Mathews cf 5120 New Yark ............ 100 tee 00.-1
contributing to the Kansas City
Tlilman c 4000 Green 2b 4120 Los Angeles ......... ..... 000 311 OOx-4
MWqu-te p 1 0 0 0 Pen p 2110 scoring although Boston got two
Jones ph 1000 E-Gonzalez. Bouton. DP-Los Angeles
Melias ph 0000 2. LOB-New York 3. Los Angeles 4. homers from Lee Thomas and Get a red hot deal now '
Nixon ph 1000Totals 25-Smith. HR-Adcock (11). S-Smith.
:JtJIM Totals 3
Boston ................ tolll2-5 Bouton. L. 15-12 S 1 4 3 0 1 Gentile hit his 25th homer for
Kansas City.............. 004 211 llx-t :Stafford ...._.. 2 1 1 0 0 2
l RemH ...........1 0 0 0 1 0 the A's.
E-Smith. Horton. CMrles. LOB-Boston
10. Kansas City 10.
2B-Smith. Green. Pena. Matftews. HR
-Thomas(2S. -Pena 2 (.IS Campanerls.). Mantilla (22). Gentile END OF SEASONCLEARANCE HAWESMOTOR CO.Plymouth

M'nb'qte. L. Ml 2 1-3 7 4 SO 0
Ritchie' .. .. .1 3 1 1
Connolly. :..::::. 2-30 : 0 1 :i Valiant Simca Sales and Service
Morehead ......2 2 1 1 2 4 i ChryslerImperial and -
. Charton ........2 2 2 2 1 1 i
Pena. W. 1M3 ... 12-311 542 i WE WILL NOT BE UNDER SOLD OR OUT TRADED
Sanders ........ 1-30 1 000 '
HBP-By Pena (Mantilla). .WP-Con
nolly. T-2:40. A-1737. I' NOW IN PROGRESS
I 204 N. MAIN ST. Open Evenings .FR 22561RED

Night Game
abrhbi abrhbi EMERGENCY
Wert 3b 3010 Landis cf 2100 i
Brown If 3000 Stephens cf 1 01 0 HOT SPECIAL NOW AT HAWES-POWERS!
Kallrw rf 3000 Buford 2b>> 4111
Demeter Ib 3000 Well 2b 1000
Freehan c 4010 Hansen ss 4100 SPOTS s LAMPS s FLOODS ,I
Thomas cf 4010 Skowron Ib 4122
Wood 2b 412 0 Ward 3b 4122
McAuliffe ss :3 0 0 0 H'shb-ger rf 311 1 IDEAL
Aguirre p 2000 Nicholson If 4000 FOR 1 /
Cash ph 1000 M'Nertney c 3 21 0
Peters p 3010 HURRICANE / COST PLUS .1OO
Totals 355S 0 Totals 33 7 f 4 j % PRICE

Detroit .................. lOt 404 444-4 /
Chicago ................. 424 444 4I.-7 SEASON fBaird's
E-McAuliffe. Ward. DP-Chicago 2.
LOB-Detroit 7. Chicago 0.2B .
-Wood, Ward. Hershberger Peters. !i
S Peters. iI
Aguirre. L. 4-1 ..41.3 4 5 4 2 2
Rakow ......... 22-3 4 1 1 0 4 '
Soarma ....1 1 1 1 2 2 i
Peters .W. 1047 ... 9 S. I 3 6 601 S. MAIN ST. ANY CAR IN STOCK
HBP-By Rakow (Hansen By Peters
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f' ': lt BUSINESS MARKET I Projects At

:. uporr t Cleo Aid Asked J

f! r. REVIEW JT1 State Parks by BryantMIAMI

(AP) Two Atlantic I racked winds up to 115 miles an '58.7 west or about 460 miles
hurricanes whirled northward I
east northeast of San Juan
been the
given by I
over water today toward impo- A hurricane watch was discon- Puerto Rico.

Board of Commissioners of ;ence-one with a $115 million I:inued for Puerto Rico and the By that hour, winds of 23 1

r Balance I State Institutions for the Flori- damage bill pinned to her tail ,irgin Islands and the northern miles an hour had been reported

Readers' RequestThe da Board of Parks to enter into.by the governor of Florida. ]Leeward Islands and gale warn- at St. Kitts and St. Barthel-

contract for the constructionof I Gov. Farris Bryant asked i ngs were discontinued in the' had
emy winds of 27 miles an
: new facilities at two state
'President Johnson to designate ]northern Leewards.At .
: I hour. Both in the
Lag InBuilding foltewlnfl! market quotations parks. as a major diaster area the 11 a.m. (EST), the Weather are
are requested specifically by reader According to Florida Parks portions of Florida clouted by j Bureau reported Dora had Islands.It .
of the Sun financial page. The quoteSTOdK.. LISTINGS. director N. E. Bill Miller about
liana are furnished by Hurricane Cleo. j turned to'a northwesterly was 1,400 miles east
: :I:: I contracts will be signed for Cleo which raked the Florida ]latitude 19.2 north longitude southeast of Miami.

..I HerceWulbernMorpheyMARKET the construction of nine group- east coast a week ago with
camp cabins at OXeno State spectacular damage from Miami -
NEW YORK STOCK Pac Lting O.-T-I r 2.10 29% NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS Park eight miles north of
to Fort Pierce was reported No Trace Has Been Found
.'. PacT&T- 1.20 28% Comp. VolClose Changes S
: By SAM DAWSON EXCHANGEAbbott High Springs.The 380 miles north-northeast of
AP Business News Analyst Pan Amer A 1.20 30% 141,500 Westg El 38% up 1 contract amount is $21,- Bermuda at 11 a.m. (EST) and
1.00 26%
-.I NEW YORK (AP) Home Lab %.40 38th Parke Dav 95,800 Elect Music 4% up % 898. Espenship ConstructionCo. moving east-northeast. Of Missing Union Co. Mansecurities
2.00 37%
: building lags but offsetting it is Allied Chem 1.80 82 ennzoil 83,500 Pure Oil 65% up 3%I of Lake City was the low Hurricane Dora, storming
.80a 47%
a big gain in contracts for non- Amerada pt %..082 Pfizer -DG ..- ---- 3.0C 73% 68,000 Tex Gulf Sul 53% up 1% bidder on this project.The along far east of the West Indies PROVIDENCE Despite an

residential construction.As Am Etc Pow 1.16b 443 Phelps Polaroid --- .20 149! 64,200 Chrysler 58% off % Park Service will also took a northwesterly tack intensive search by Union Coun-
--- -
the economic upswing Amer Enka 1.40a 63Vi1 Polaroid -. -- .20 149% 61,900 Gen Dynam 34% up % contract for the constructio that lifted the pressure from ty Sheriff John Whitehead no
: heads toward its 43rd month a Amer Hone 1.44a 67 PubSVEG2.b0- ----- 38% 58,900 Sunshn Mng 28% up 1 of a campers restroom build- the northern Leeward Islands. trace has yet been found of

: record for peacetime some see Dx 34% 1% ing at Gold Head Branch State Neither storm was headed for Carl who
AmcrMFdy .W 18% Pure Oil 1.60 65% 55,600 Sunray up Bobby Clyatt disap- ,
<< the construction industry a Armco Stl .-- 3.00 72% Rayonier 1.00 35% 45,000 Am Tel Tel 69% off % Park, six miles north of Key. any land area the U.S. Wea- peared from here on July 12. '- ;b
-- --
prime factor pulling out of the Atch Topka 1.20a 34% exall .. >MMMM.. .50b 53% 44,200 Thiokol 15% up % stone Heights. ther Bureau said. Clyatt, who is 22, lived here F
_. leveling-off period that marked % Pan Am 30% unch Construction Co. Dora still was a powerful bur with his Mr. and Mrs. 'k _
Baxter Lab .36 26 Reyn Metl ___- .50 35% 43,200 parents, _
:. earlier months of the year. Beckman 65 Rich Merr -- 1.00 55% 42,400 Northrop 20% up 1% of Keystone Heights was awarded ricane. W. L. Clyatt He is 5-8 in height

The residential slump continues -Beech LF S 1.10 47% R. C. Cola -_ 1.20 22% 41,700 Pac Tn 9% up % the $17.981 building contract. The big, blustery storm still weighs about 140, has blond hair

in many areas however Bristol My .&0 66 Roy Dutch ,- -_ 1.73g 45% 41,300 Belco Pet 17% up 1 and blue eyes.

with few signs of joining the Brown Shoe 3.49!) 104 :Searle GD _ .90 61% 39,700 Callah Mng 10% up %
other segments of the economy Brunswick 81J. :Singer 2.00 86% NEW BANK NEARLY Sheriff Whitehead said the .. .
------ -
: that still point impressively Cambell S 2.40 33th :Smith Kin ---- 1.2Ca 62 AMER STK EXCH ACTIVE man was last seen hitchhikingon : ic

higher. .Carter Pdt 1.Oa) 16% :Sou Cal Ed-_- 1.05 33% STOCKS SR-18 in Columbia County, :

:. In July nonresidential build- Case J I _ 20 :St Oil Cal _._ .... 2.00 64% Volume Close Change READY AT HAWTHORNEHAWTHORNE north of Washington Springs _
:= ing contracts were 22 per cent Cessna Air .- 1.00 29% :5t Oil Ind 2.00b 81% 54,000 Sew Idoln 1% off % and that further efforts to pick _

above the like months in 1963 in I CBS ___ --._-_ 1.30b 42% SteniDrug.65- 28 46,200 TWA Wts 26 up 1% Oct. 31 has been set as the tentative up the trail have been fruitless.
= dollar value. And this gain : Stanrock 1% off 1% date for the Hawthorne Bank Building.
I Comb Eng ..1.229% Texas Util 1.20 63% 44,900 completion new "We have published a pictureand
helped pull the total of all build- I Cone Mills .81) 20th I 29,300 New Park 4% up % When the new structure is completed it will more than
Textron 1.40 48 .. ..
him in .,
--------- a story on the Sher- .... .-- .,
::: ing commitments for the first I Cont Air! -_- .40 22% 'Tidewater _-------___ 34% 27,600 Chief Cons 2% up % double the size of the bank and provide a new home for iff's Bulletin Whitehead said '" -"" --- ---;

:: seven months of the year 8 per Contrl Ins _ 2.20 59 I Trans W A 41% the Hawthorne Post Office.In This photo of Carl Bobby
cent above the like period of I Contrl Data 84% 'Union Pac _- ...--.-. .,.. l.OOa 43% ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS addition to doubling in physical size, the bank has ,"and have broadcast a general Clyatt, who has been missing
? ? .. to the FBI
Purchases 368,813 alarm including one since July 12, *'
55 since its in 1959. a* taken
I Corn Pdts 1.50 1(Jnd Air L doubled its capitalization beginnings
1.5Gb 43
1963.The --- % _________ but we've had word "
midsummer advance in Delta Air .- -- ---- 1.50 14th 1 Jpjohn r.-- 1.00 50 Total Sales m 356,599 John J. Taylor executive vice-president and general manager no yet. about four years ago, but

__ other than home building i Det Steel .- -- .&i 14% Jim Walter __I 26% PREVIOUS DAY'S said the bank's assets passed the doubling mark of i Sheriff Whitehead said Clyatt relatives say his features are
brought total construction con- El I 1.OJ 43% last 10. generally the same and he
: :Emerson War Lamb .70 32% STOCK MARKET $224,000 July left home without any word as

:. tracts for the first seven months ::Fair Camera .5Qg) 24% ,Worthintn .._.__..___ 1.50 47% Advances ____________ -----_ 662 A native of Baldwin, Fla.. Taylor was with the identification I 4..*,. u Ii0,., _jJL.i.1..,*_ Ua harl S .in.' Viie... has let his hair grow longer.
::: of 1964 to $28,697,365,000, also a :Finan'l Fed 40% .Xerox 102V8 declines _-_____ 407 department of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in possession a check for work he

:..-. gain of 8 per cent over the pre- Fst Chartr -- 1.97f 281h Dzenith .- --- 1.20a 64% Unchanged- ___ ----. 274 Washington, D.C., prior to going into the banking business.He I had done and to date that ,
:;. vious year. i ,F'laECst 12% : received his banker's training from the American Insti- Backed
'Zenith ___ 1.20a 64% Total Issues __ 1,343 check has not been cashed. The Barry
:: July saw the first marked :Food Fair .- .90 .22% New 1963-64 Highs ---. 74New tute of Banking. I'sheriff said.

:: advance of the year, which oth- :FMC Corp 1.OJ 56 OVER THE COUNTERNEW 1963-64 Lows -... .__ 5 Taylor lives with his wife Betty Ann and son Kevin Lee, I III Lauderdale
: erwise had held nearly level Frito Lay 41 3, in Hawthorne. "We've done everything we

after a late 1963 jump. I;Gen Tele .M 32% and asked YORK quotations.CAP) The supplied following by the bid Late MorningN.Y. can." Whitehead concluded, FORT LAUDERDALE tAP -.

:: Office building was a weak I Ga Pacif 1.OCb 54% National. ,Association of Securities Dealers. "and we are still working on The Fort Lauderdale News to-
Inc. do not represent actual transactions -
:: sister in July. In contract value I Getty Oil -- --_-- .10g 25'l' but are the NASD's estimateof Listing Cancels Plant in Osceola the case." day endorsed Barry Goldwaterfor

: this category sagged by 20 percent I Grace Co - l.o.ib 55 > the could range have within been which sold these(bid securities ) tlr- president saying Ljndon

z in July, and for the seven :Hel Curtis ,," -.- .80 14% bought (asked): : Allis Chal 20% Int Pap 32% Blames County Tax Bill Clyatt at one time lived in Johnson's views spell nothing

months was trailing 1963 by 10'IBM-- --- 5.00442mt Alcoa 67 Jones&L 83% Gainesville. While living in more than more government

: per cent. Min C -- ---------- 1.80a 69% Allico Land ____._ 8% Am Air 41% Kais Al 34 Providence he earned his liv- encrochment.The .
.. But some other forms of Int Tele __ 1.00 55th Amer Fidel Life __.___ 25% Am Can 43% Ken'cott 86 KISSIMMEE (AP-The) Kick-of 100 an industry-seeking groupof ing farming. I "

: building activity looked much ,Kellogg __ .83 45th Amer Heritage -- _23% Am Cyan 59% Lig & My 83% haever Corp. said today it cur- businessmen. News which backed Republican )

: better for the future when the Lehman CP 1.34e 29% Amer Mat Ins -----_--- 20% Am Mot 16% Loch'd 38% tailed plans for a $9 million expansion Greene said the corporation, Hawthorne Post Richard Nixon four ,

-. contracts are translated into Litton In -- -- 1.9af 681h Amer Pioneer Life 8% AT&T 69% Lorillard 47}$ of its St. Cloud facilities -makers of outboard and stern years ago, called Johnson "a

:: actual construction. In July con- Lone S CM 1.00 21% Anheuser Busch 54 Am Tob 36% Mag'vox 29% ; because of increases in its drive marine engines, decided political hypocrite of the first

tracts for school buildings were Marsh Fid __ 1.60 471,2 Anodyne ___..__ 4% Ampx Cp 16% MM&M 58 Osceola County property asses-, instead to expand its Wisconsin To Give To order." It said his running:

:: up 29 per cent. The gain for hos- Martin M .. 1.00 17% Citizens Bank ___._ 37 Anaconda 46 Mohasco 14% sments. plant. mate Hubert Hu mp h rey.

: pital building was 40 per cent, McG Hill .6.1a 34th Comsat!! Corp -.... 41% Armour 48% Mons'to 79% 'A single instance of apparently The company has two St. Blood BankHAWTHORNET "stands squarely behind liberal

and for public buildings 36 per Mead Corp ---U.--- 1.70 46/4 ConnLt&Pow.3734Cowles ACL 79V4 Mont Wd 37% inequitable local tax asses- Cloud plants employing about philosophies and programs so

i: cent. Merkd 2.0C:1 40Y Mag & Pb ___ 11% Beth Stl 38% Nat Dair 80% sment has cost Florida a $9 mil-. 125 persons. Klekhaefer said the I he Haw- blatantly socialistic their enact-

'.. Street and highway contract Mat Airl .. ----------- .80 504NYCentL Dunn & Bradst __ 60V4 Boeing 61% Nat Dist 28 lion marine propulsion industry"said 1962 property assessment on 10,. thorne American Legion Post ment would" wreck the coun-
_: letting was a weak spot, dropping .sog 42th Florida Gas .. 11% Borden 75% N.Am Av 51% Raleigh W. Greene Jr.,I. 500 acres of proving ground voted to re-instate its account in try. .

: 6 per cent in the month. Nia M Pow 2.00 56% Fla Nat'l Bank _._ 64% Brunswk 8% Penney 59%. chairman of the Florida Council, I nearly doubled in 1963. the Alachua County Blood Bankat

.:. Mortgage costs have eased in Norfolk W .. ..---- 6.\JO 130 Fla Tele ____. 28% Cater Tr 33% Pa RR 35% I He charged that the assess- a regular meeting Tuesday. Cedar
the home NoIndPS1.48 60 Arrest Labs 23% Celanese 67'Pep Cola 54 !
regions as
: many Sets Labor ment was about 50 per cent higher John first vice ,
.. building boom slackened while No Nat Gas ---- 1.83 55% Founders Life ...?._._._ 9% Chrysler 58 Phil Mor 80% DayCelebration than identical surrounding I commander

personal savings accounts grew Olin Math 1.20 42% Franklin Life ._- __ > ,._.. 55% Coca Col 136% Phill Pet 54% property. II I the urged all members of Cub Scouts
to in the
post participate
.. in institutions that use such Owens II G 2.50 103% Great American .--- 1% Com Ed 54% RCA 32% Tax Assessor Wade Lanier I blood donations
and to bring the
.funds to finance the building Owens II G 2.5ft 103 Jrolier ---_-_ -_... 41 Con Edis 90V4 Rep Stl 46%i LAWTEY A Labor Day said the Kiefhaefer assessmentwas wives and friends.

..: industry. Pac G & E _._ 1.00; 31% Gulf Life -----_----_--_----_ 53% Cont Can 50% Revlon 35%i Celebration will be held Mon in line with others in the End Summer
Herff Jones --- 14% Tob 46%, Included in the three donation
Dow Che 67% Rey day at the Arnett Thornpkins and in lower first
Home Ins. _: ........ 67% area fact was
DuPont 258% StReg P 30% pledges Paul
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES SEPT. 1 : place located on the Lake than some others because muchof are Taylor By LOUISE ANDREWSSun
: (c) 4ew York Times Kennasaw Life 12% I' EAL 28 Seaboard 52 Road about a mile east of here. the tract was marshy and not Joyce and Kyle Ridaught.An Correspondent
' LifeofFla---_-. 7% E.Kodak 126% Sears 118%
High Low Close Net Chg. Lowes Company .__-__ 19% Firestone 42% Sinclair 45%, Thompkins said the festivities as valuable as surrounding cat., appoinment has been CEDAR KEY-Cub Scouts,
143.18 141.37 142.63 Up 1.31 will start at 1:30 p.m. with a tie pasture. i made with the blood bank at
25 Rails Milgo Electron 11%
Fla Pw 50 Socony 79%I Den 1, Pack 301, celebrated the
baseball and that free said
25 Industrials 860.21 849.68 854.54 Up .23 game, Lanier Kiekhaefer had the Alachua General
Mort Guaranty Ins __ 25% Hospital,
Fla P&L TJVi South C 62% end of summer vacation witha
: 50 Stocks 501.69 495.52 498.58 Up .77 Pacific SW Air 32% I chicken dinners will be supplied not intended to expand its St Gainesville for 8 a.m. Satur,
Ford 52% Sperry R 14V to Cloud facilities.the cook-out at Faraway, the
Schlitz Brew _____ 47% Frmst Da 12% St Brand 76% everyone. day. home of their den mother,

: Secur Life & Tr -..--?....._ 67% Frept Sul 39% StO NJ 84 S Mrs. Lewis B. Smyth.

STOCK FLASHESNEW Southern Nitro. ,--..-,. 25% Frueh Tr 32% Studebak 6? I:
MONEY'S WORTH After a bonfire on the beach,
Travelers Ins 44% Gen Dyn 34% Swift 53 .
Union Security & Inv. ._ 10% Gen El 85% Texaco 80=y: scout songs were sung and

stock Gen Fds 90% Thiokol 15; games played. Indian dances
were danced to the beat of th
market moved unevenly early Dow Jones Stock AMERICAN Gen Mills 41% U Carb 123 Social .
Averages Voluntary Security- tom-tom. The den chief, Star
Gen Mtrs 97% Unit Airc 551f.
this afternoon as Wall Street STOCK EXCHANGE Scout Blake described
Previous Day j 2nd Hour I Goodrich 54% Un Fruit 233 Smyth
showed typical pre-Labor Day the activities of the Bey Scout
845.08 | 30 Indust OJoT Goodyr 44% US Steel 59 \
moderate. up
caution. Trading was
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Aerojet-Gen 30 National Jamboree at Valley
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The top auto and steel stocks 208.73 | 20 Rails | up 0.71 Analex Corp ._.. 26% Greyhnd Hon'well 125% Westg El 38 : By Sylvia Porter : .. Forge, N. Y., in June.

were narrowly mixed improv- 150.60 j 15 Utile OJlT Aqua Chem 16s/ .- =lflJ/
| up Int Harv 84% Winn Dix 363/i Recent programs of the Cubs
ing a little over early prices. Aurnra_ Plastic IAV
,QQ fi*> I fil CtnAtr: .* I tin A .'>..">. u --- --w ..'Z 1. Int Nick 78% Woolwth 27% have included talk "Bi
.: ;: Airlines were hit by some VV'V" I-- I u!" v. Barnes Engineer ... 20 "Social Security should be system? Why is today's Social annuities. It would a Chief of on Police

: sharp profit-taking. 4,810,0001 I Volume | 1,920,000 Butler Shoe -_---__ ____. 10 To Expand voluntary. If a man wants it, Security compulsory? encourage all to assume respon- Don cycle Goldsby Safety" and by a visit to the

The trend was higher among ; Chromaloy _--S--S 15% fine. If he does not want it, Those who favor a volun- sibility for their own future in- Cedar Historical Museum.

-: aerospace issues, chemicals and .cited as additional reasons for Cinerama _-,-_ 6% State Council's he can provide his own.". tary system make these main stead of "leaving it to the gov- Key -

: ., drugs. caution prior to the Labor Day Computer Sci 18 Senator Barry Goldwater, claims: ernment" and for those ,
: Selective strength among as- weekend, a traditional milestonefor Cutter Labs A 16 Traffic Study New York Times :Magazine, ((1) A compulsory system hits who refuse this responsibilitythere All boys of ages 8-11 inter-

sorted blue chips helped keep business and the market. Data Control 55th Nov. 24, 1963. younger workers hardest heaps are federal state wel- ested in becoming a Cub Scoutare

-4 the averages on an even keel. Phelps Dodge snapped back Fulton Inds 10 TALLAHASSEE The Leg "If a person can provide bet-, "unearned" benefits or. older fare rolls. invited to contact Mrs.

: Moves of a few points in either -more than 2 points following I Gen Develop ... 5 islative Council's committee ter for himself let him do it; workers. A couple now retiring, Again and again voLmtary Smyth or the Rev. Henry Hoyt,

-. : direction highlighted the Wednesday's decline Union I Jax Minit Mkts. __ 8 on traffic safety has been but if he prefers the govern- for instance, may have paid a social security has been pro- 'minister of the Christ Episcopal -

; more volatile issues. Carbide was another 2- point Mackey Airlines 4% broadened to include studieson ment to do it, let him. "Sen'maximum of $3,516 in contributions posed by business groups, congressmen I Church, the sponsor i n g or-

: : The Associated Press averageS gainer. Raytheon I Mead Johnson 16% all safety problems that ator Barry Goldwater, during. -yet benefits due them to- politicians of both 'ganization. The need for adult
was strong,
S 60 stocks at noon was up .1 than Pac NW Tele _.. 22% might lead to new laws in New Hampshire primary campaign day total $32,000. The young parties. Again and again; the leaders is also stressed and
2 at 316.9 with industrials up .1, up Traders took a point. in Pure I Phillips Elec ..__ 43 4 the 1965 Session. Jan. 7, 1964. worker and his employer are proposal has been studied and any persons who are interested

rails up .2 and utilities up .1. Oil down about profits 2. Redwing Carriers 111/ I Sen. James E.- (N'ck) Con- Since making these statements being compelled to make up for restudied by experts in and out in working with scouting are

::;: The Dow Jones industrial average Pan, American Ric Group 3% ner of Brooksville council 1 the GOP candidate for this gap-while paying for the 'of the federal government. I urged to contact Mrs. Smyth or
at noon was .09 at American Sperry R. Wts. 6* chairman, said he expandedthe President has backtracked considerably worker's future benefits as well. I In every instance the conclu- Mr. Hoyt.
: Airlines slid more than a point' Syntex ____ S4 scope of the safety unit now speaks cautiously This, charges one congressman sion has been that if our Social Guests this week at Faraway -

:' 845.17.Uncertainty over the auto labor -each while United and Eastern Tampa Elec 25% headed by Rep. Hal Chaires in terms of improvir.c and is "compulsory bankruptcy Security 'system is to survive Inn are Mrs. T. R. Hodgesand
lost fractions. Tech Measur of Dixie County in response to strengthening the system. But for children."
and 21% our to work and to fulfill the prom- ; daughter. Miss Louise
': i situation politics were I Xerox rose 3 and IBM 1. U.S. TWAWtSS 26 requests from State Treasurer there is no doubt where Gold-. ((2)) Benefits due millions in ises it has made to tens of Hodges of Gainesville former

-- !Smelting skidded 3 points and Insurance Commissioner and water's heart lies. There's also' the higher income brackets to- millions it must be compul residents of Cedar Key, who are

I Polaroid dropped 2. MUTUAL FUNDS Fire Marshal J. Edwin Larson no doubt that many others day are too small to be of important -sory. I enjoying visiting with friends

Sizing UpEggs Pfizer advanced more than a and others. agree would like to see our Social -! value in retirement.This Each time the question has and former neighbors. Mis s

point. Merck and Schering were Affiliated Fund _ 9.15' Industrial safety home and Security System violently is because contributions been raised and studied, economists I Hodges was the Cedar Key Cor-

: ,fractional gainers. Capital Life & Gr _..- 10.21..commercial safety and a host overhauled and placed on a I and benefits today are figuredon in government, in private -]respondent for the Gainesville

:4 I Prices moved generally higher Divers Growth 9.80 of allied fields have assumednew completely voluntary mojvidu-, a maximum of only $4,600. industry and in universities -:Sun while living here.

: in quiet trading on the American Dividend Shares 3.84 and growing importance al basis. i (3) A compulsory system have concluded that a voluntary

.: Be wise about size when" you Stock Exchange. DreyflL _- 20.76 in recent years as Florida has There are 75 million workersand deprives the individual of his system is unfeasibleand

j : buy eggs. Corporate and U.S. government Fidelity Capit 11.40 rapidly developed into an in- 5.3 million employers now right to plan his own future to impossible-and that a voluntary Branch Library

bonds were higher. Fidelity Fund 18.09 dustrialized state Conner said., making regular,contributions to use the money he earns todayto system would, in fact
: It's a good Dr. way to save Eastwood money Fidelity Trend 19.19 He said "expansion of the our Social Security System. purchase insurance for to- 'virtually destroy Social Secur- Units to Close

says Ralph Fund'tal Invest __ '. 11.14 committee which has long' There are almost 20 million morrow in line with his own ity as it now stands bankruptthe
j : marketing specialist Florida Negro Deputies Income of Boston 8.52 been, one ,of our most effective beneficiaries
.I Extension S now on retirement needs and ability. A compulsory accounts from' which bene- For Labor DayThe
Agricultural e rv. '
: Incorporated Inc __ 10.18 interim groups will give the disability and survivor, system "has encouragedthe fit checks are drawn.

: ice. be extra large SARASOTA (AP) Sheriff Keystone K.2 .... 5.71 public a place to go with rolls. i Federal central bureaucracy Under a voluntary system, branch libraries of the
Eggs can medium Ross E.
:2 or small yet one size in appointment Boyer today of two announcedthe Negroesto Keystone S-3 ____'__ 17.16 their safety problems in"areas This subject is obviously of to use its authoritarian pow- experts warn everybody would :Santa Fe Region located in Mic-
S is Keystone S-4 __ 4.90 other than traffic safety. vital concern to our entire nation -:er for social planning at the lose-no matter what their income j anopy Hawthorne High Springsand
grade just as good as full time
jobs Sarasota .
: any as Life
Investors __ 10.44 Committeemen include Senators and .
it has been bracket-and
another. Size doesn't affectquality now pushed expense of individual equity, those who j Starke will be closed on
County deputies. They' are the Life Stock Fund 8.06 W. C. (Cliff) HfrreU. by Goldwater into
at' all. first of their highest- in the words of opponent to need benefits most would be :]Labor Day.
: race to make the Mass. Iny Stock __ 16.. Miami; Merrill P. Barber level politics. .
.. And sometimes small eggs force. this year's Social Security the biggest losers.Nevertheless The bookmobile, which has
: are an espec'ally' good buy Mass. Inv Growth 8.96 Vero Beach; Etter Usher, What then, are the key argu- amendments. the Republican I been off the road the last week

ounce for ounce. One difference between the Poineer Puritan Fund 9.98 tbie and; and Representatives -ments, for making the system (4) A voluntary system would nominee has raised the question c o August and the first week of

:: To judge quality t look tar the sexes lies in how they commit Putnam Fund ,.56 Harry"Westberry, Jack- voluntary! Who would benefit -give all citizens the right to I once more there are strong political September for overhauling and
USDA markGrade suicide. Men Growth 15.90 sonville; Emmett S. Roberts, ? How would a switchover elect the type of insurance pro- : forces behind it and the I repainting, will resume its runs
grcds 'usually
:: IL' Fresh for employ TV & Elec __- 1.11 Belle Glade; John Ayers from today's compulsory 'system tection most suitable 10 ,them issue must be faced. I t he day after Labor Day. At
Fancy, fop qual- firearms women generally take Value Line Inc ____ and J Crews
5.74 Brooksviller John to a voluntary Tomorrow What wouldol
: to. Grade A or Grade: B. I poison. one affect Social Security coverage a : I t his time it will go on Its ne*.
.. Wellington ,Fund 15.35 Jr., Macclenny.J the operation and finances of private insurance plan savings, I untary Social Security mean? f fall r schedule.

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Thursday, September 3, 1964 Gainesville Sun 15

Tributes Across the Nation. 1 1I UF Receives t i

Pilot .Downed in Laos Back With Family

Funds FromFoundation

For War Hero Sgt. York I

I I SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) _'I daged when he arrived at North Navy officials said that he will be permitted to grant inter-
Navy Lt. Charles F. Klusmann, Island Naval Air Station late would be checked up immedi- views.

:, PALL MALL, Tenn. (AP) Cumberland Mountains.The A choir will sing three of The University of Florida I the jet pilot shot down over Wednesday night. Those waitingto ately at a San Diego naval hos- "It's great to be back," was
Sgt. Alvin C. York, who rode out President expressed his York's favorite songs. "Fairest Wednesday announced receiptof Laos and captured by Commu- greet him included Adm. pital for injuries he received his only comment when he

I to war 47 years ago in a horse- sorrow Wednesday, saying the Lord Jesus "Faith of Our Fathers a $2,500 gift from the Robert nists nearly three months ago,I Thomas H. Moorer commanderin when he was shot down. reached Travis at 8:45 p.m. The

drawn surrey, has returned to, Medal of Honor winner "epi- ," and "Onward Christian Earll McConnell Founda- is home again with his wife and' chief, Pacific Fleet, who had Klusmann embraced his par- Navy had said beforehand that

his beloved green valley of the I tomized the gallantry of American Soldiers." His strong religious'tion to provide funds for the two children today. i briefed him before the lieuten- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. there would be no interviews

Three Forks of the Wolf. President fighting men and their sa- convictions became part of the I establishment of a junior fac- But the story of his escape to ant's plane went down in Laos Klusmann, of Arcadia, Calif., there either

Johnson led tributes from crifices in behalf of freedom." York legend. Once a conscien- ulty award for top not c h Thailand and safety is yet to be June 6."Admiral. and placed a lei around his The Klusmann children -

across the nation. I tious objector, he went on to classroom teaching.A told, when the Navy so decrees. I owe you a big mother's neck. Diana,, 3, and Richard, 6 did
Johnson chiefof
Gen. Harold J. ,
The doughboy hero of World 3rd answer his country's c all to $500 award, named by the Klusmann, 30, was limping apology," Klusmann told Moorer. Asked by newsmen if he had not go to Travis with their
of the
staff Army, released -
War I died Wednesday in Nash- this statement: "In recognition -World War I and killed 25 Ger donor in honor of Thomas Jefferson -slightly and one arm was ban- ."You told me,not to get shot any help in escaping or met any mother because Richard has the

ville's Veterans Hospital at the of the special place I mans and captured handed 132 in more the will be given annually down, and I did." other Americans in prison, flu. Neither did they go to North

age of 76, succumbing to a uri- that Sgt. York holds in the battle virtually of single Forest. from the funds to the junior: EmbarrassingSEATTLE "That's all right, Chuck,"] Klusmann replied: "I can't say Island.
tract infection. Argonne member I said the admiral. "It's good to anything about that."
nary hearts of his Army comrades, faculty teariiing in But Mrs. Klusmann delivered
f i Not far down the Wolf River University College "who best have back." His to Thailand was Richard's at Travis
you escape message :
The funeral, to which Presi- past and present, the Army is I Wash. (AP) -
dent Johnson and other leaders furnishing 'an escort, band, fir- from the chapel where the fun- exemplifies the educati o n a 1 Michael T. Gray, state licenses The pilot and his comely, au made known Tuesday. Briefing I:"Tell daddy to hurry home.
will send representatives or at- ing party and bugler from his :eral will be held is the big white ideals of Thomas Jefferson." I director, got a traffic ticket burn-haired wife, Sara, arrivedat officers said they hoped to determine -I And, oh yeah, tell him I said

tend, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday old outfit-the 82nd 'AllAmerican' farm house in which York lived University College supplies Wednesday. Yep, you guessedit. 11:20 p.m. from Travis Air later today when he hello."

, at York's Chapel here on the Division to participate in I for the past 42 years. He built the University wide basic liberal Driving without a license."I Force Base, Calif., where she
t banks of the Wolf River in the the funeral service." the house in 1922 with money education courses whichare changed my suit and forgotto had gone to meet him earlier in
I raised by his grateful, fellow I required work fur all change my wallet," said the the evening after his flight from"Great new taste: .

Tennesseans.York i freshman and sophomore students embarrassed Gray. Honolulu.

Hidden DynamiteIn had been bedfast and Both wore leis as they came

virtually blind for 10 years, and I A special joint committee of Most people experience no down the plane's ramp at San pipe tobaccoin .

had been in the, hospital 1C faculty and students will ''be mountain sickness at elevations Diego. Klusmann was attired in, ;
times in the past two years before set up to name the annual recipient -below 7,000 feet. At heights be- khaki cotton trousers, a
Malasia the final stay which began who will be chosen on tween 7,000 and 15,000 feet many, sleeved shirt and Short-I' a filter :
last Saturday. His family and the basis of distinguished show some symtoms. wife clung firmly to his

f I his doctors agreed that the classroom teaching and exceptional PIPE 13O IR A 1 TER ;ARf 1E
By WILLIAM L. RYAN expect U.S. support. All this complications that he had bat influence on the intel !
AP Special Correspondent could present another glimpseover tled for a decade would have lectual life of students 'Poor Man's' Candidate cigarette

. The Indonesian-Malaysian the abyss of World War III. killed a lesser man long ago. The gift by the McConnell

situation poses the risk of a di- Australia appears to have The curtains were drawn today Foundation will fun the SECAUCUS, N.J. (AP) -:lican opponent, Sen. Barry

saster that could make the been unhappy for a long time on the sun porch, which had award for five years and provide Henry Krajewski, the former'Goldwater, except that "they've
struggle in South Viet Nam with U.S. policy regarding In- bounded York's world for the for a review regarding pig farmer, has made it official. 1 been politicians too long:" YAs

seem puny by comparison.While donesia, which Australians see past 10 years, and the big white continuing it after that time. He'll..be. a presidential candi- Krajewski, 52, a father of five, You get pleasing aroma-and a great 7' ,?, s
clear threat to new taste! The secret It's packed ith
Indonesian President as a themselves.
house seemed somehow emptyin date under the Poor Man's party I organized the Poor Man's partyin
Sukarno cancels s. Indonesia became Australia's the midst of the bustle of Quotable notables: "Educa- banner "against two million- 1949 and has run for presidentin America's best-tasting pipe tobacco
military next-door neighbor when it took preparations for his funeral. His tion is the ability to listen to almost -aires," he said Wednesday.The 1952, 1956 and 1960. He's also famous Half and Half!Smoke new Half i' 7
I e a v e s and Analysis: over Dutch New Guinea, which smile and his once booming anything without losing semiretired tavern owner campaigned for U.S. senator, and Half Filter Cigarettes! '

talks ominous- What '1lic) Indonesians call West Irian. I voice were missing.His your temper or your self-confi- said he has nothing against governor and a variety of local t'r i* PrHIKt.f rZ v .uueow J'
Iyof an enemy News Australians suspect there is I death struck a hammer dence" Robert Frost. 'President Johnson or his Repub- 'offices, losing every time. j
threatening the no bottom to the of the ---
appetite -
Gracie his childhood
blow at Miss -
safety of hisIeans Sukarno regime and that it
t sweetheart whom he mar-
nation, the government needs dangerous adventuring to
ried in 1919 and who was the
of Ma- take its people's minds off the
tower of strength when he need-
laysia reports a small air- bleak facts of food shortages,
most the bedside STARTS
borne Indonesian attack on its fiscal nightmares and economic
It she who greetedthe
years. was dOODjPVEAR
mainland. troubles. Australians see little steady stream of visitors SPECIAL PRICES AS LONG AS THESE
This could be just one of point to Western aid for a nation
who stopped at York's home,
many feints the Indonesianshave .whose postures and actions
the Kentucky line north of
been making to show the taunt the West. near
world they mean to "crush I Since 1950, the ,United States Jamestown, Tenn., and frontingU.S.

Malaysia." But if one of these has supplied $700 million in aid Highway 127.
feints should go too far if an to Indonesia, including military But when she returned from PRE-LABOR DAY
attack should look like the real hardware. The Soviet Union Nashville in the hearse which

thing Asia and the world like-'provided arms aid, too, and recently -brought her former husband's

ly would be in for a powerfuljolt. agreed: to step it up. body to Jamestown Wednesday
As Indonesia grew more hostile -night, she embraced her

People conversant with the I to Malaysia, American aid youngest son, Tommy, and
situation say Australia will not'dwindled. No more military sobbed uncontrollably. Soon ISALL
tolerate invasion of Malaysia in equipment was sent. Last though, she had composed her- !
force. month, the Senate voted- to ban self and was busy making plans
all further aid. for the funeral.
Those who have discussed the .

matter with high-ranking Australians ,We're offering all types and sizes of Goodyear tires for
see them determined, if,
necessary, to carry war to the; T one's car. Compacts Station wagons Imports Big cars Older
heart of Indonesia with all the 1rr9 .rj Stylesfor
power Australia has at its comI I, models Whatever you drive, you'll get Goodyear tires at lower-
than-ever pricesl
Australia would expect the
support of British power which'!

is pledged to the protection of; Men and boys ', ;j;: .
Malaysia, and indeed also would'
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Attack HitMalaysia


(AP) -The Malaysian govern-:i SENSATION hest rubber ever used In GoodyeartiresTou .
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Big Game Fish Becoming Targets At Panama City. I :

A couple of weeks ago, this column presented the sail- The foundation said it learned that in one year: Final instructions
fish bonanza discovered at Destin, Panama City and Pensa- 1. Hunters wore out.4 million boots tracking deer, stomping be issued at the concerning possible rules changes will
cola. In 100 fathom water 30 miles out, gigantic sailfish, brush piles for rabbits and the like. Thursday meeting of the Outboard Sport ..
about \ A ctrParn Fishing Club in Monty's Marina at 8 p.m. All anglers who
$19 million
2. They spent for firearms and ammunition ca. plan to fish the j
coveted Tarpon Rodeo are urged to be at
$68 million for hunting licenses and permits and t-.T< N present
*o/ F that time. The contest will be fished
burg, Clearwater and Tampa have had recent sailfish $268. million for red shirts and hunting jackets and other and :? Labor Day.

catches also, but not 75 in number such as at Panama City apparel. ST. AUGUSTINE

this summer. 3. And the bill for food away from home amounted to Afield .
Now comes the latest from the Crystal River area. About $100 million, plus another $30 million for lodging. 2. a Tarpon head the list at St. Augustine where they go after

three or four times a year, grouper fishermen have reported "There is no way to estimate what the hunter spends for them in earnest. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parry caught one each

the sighting of sailfish in 20 to 30 feet of water. Now guides," Dickey said, "except that it is a sizeable sum." 1.V4 -. weighing 104 and 114 pounds respectively.
they have been discovered closer in. Joyce Elmer, of Dickey added: > With Dwight Smith, fishing with Donnie Hohne at Blue Heron

KNOX'S BAIT HOUSE, Crystal River, tells of her husband "On one subject the foundation could get no statistics, Frank Philxitt| Point in the Matanzas River, caught a tarpon weighing 119
John's experience with sailfish in 15 feet of water. In her but only a general impression the average hunter seldom gun pounds.Donnie landed several in the 70-80 pound class.

words, "John had a party out last week, and either the lets his wife know how much he spends on a hunting Dot Crosson of the Ancient City Game Fish Association,

Pepsi's were 'spiked' or the sun too hot, because he and trip" ou"V fishing pounder.At .in North River with 25-pound line, boated a 130

his party both came back swearing they saw a sailfish WHO CAUGHT WHAT WHERE
jump three times in one place nearby then twice in a spot Salt Water St. Augustine, the usual method is bottom fishing
year was the catch taken by Carlos, Susan and Robin Clayton with small fish for
further away. The party had just come back to Cry- Atlantic OceanJacksonville bait.SANIBEL
Joel Carr, and Don Waters of Jacksonville. From the"M.I.E. ISLAND"Del"
stal River from Ft. Lauderdale where they had caught "
Alvie Jordan landed they landed 113 dolphin, 3 kings, 5 bonito, and Butterfield is another fisherman who likes the lower
sails the week before. So this flurry has stirred the blood of a 254-pound Warsaw Grouper whileon
trophy fishermen in the Crystal River area, and by fishing a two-day fishing trip to the Gulf Stream 65 miles east 1 amberjack.LABOR rained west coast for fishing. While vacationing at Sanibel, he was
DAY TARPON out often. The
particularly for sailfish they may find many more. What of Mayport. Capt. Tommy Jamison piloted the Lisa Ann TOURNAMENTLabor in the snook, reds and trout are going strong
Day weekend is Englewood and
just two Sanibel
could be nicer than finding sailfishing in- our West Coast which carried the party of six. The haul was part of a 400- days away and people areas.
will be seeking all kinds of
front yard? pound! catch that included barracuda, kings, groupers, cilities. Some accommodations in outdoor fa- 1
will drive
white and red snapper. up to a prominent sport fishing
PANAMA CITY HOSTS OCTOBER TOURNAMENT ]Bill Frazier and crew on his Enterprize III caught 40 camp and tell the operator that they want a boat, motor, BIG DISCOUNTS

Fishing Florida waters for the wily denizens of the deep kings, 15 bonito, 4 amberjack, and 1 dolphin. They ventured guide, lodging and meals. It won't be that simple if you On All 1964
is usually attraction enough for the thousands of angling vis- out 25 to 30 miles to 16-17 fathom reefs. have not made prior reservations. Ii I Mercury Motors
itors that to these shores but the addi- Another big attraction scheduled for the i i Discount
come every year, The largest number of sport fish brought in thus far thisMarlin coming weekend Special on-
tional bonus of superb prizes in an honest-to-goodness fish- will be the annual One-Day Tarpon Tournament sponsored
ing contest is added spice in the cake. and conducted by the Outboard Sport Fishing Club of Jack- Model 650, 65 HP MERC.

Whereas most fishermen are ready to put the gear into f sonville. This is open to ALL ANGLERS whether they are Model 500 50 HP MERC.
moth balls come September, the folks at Panama City on members or not. There will be a registration fee for every- ,
Florida's northwest Gulf coast are baitin' tardy fishermen body who ishej. JIMMY MOORE'S

with $5,000 in prizes in a fishing contest that runs from This is the real rough one of the year when anglers fight |I u.s. 301 ., fLA.

12:01: A.M., Sept. 12, to 6 P.M. Saturday, Oct. 10. the toughest of all game fish, the mighty tarpon, which Starke 100J
In addition to the prizes for top fishing efforts, there are gives no quarter nor asks for any. It will be scored by the I ,

other attractions that should stimulate any fishing appetitethat point system and winners will be decided by the numberof

might be thinking of retiring for the fall and winter. points they have posted on the Scoreboard at Monty's
For example. .the "Miracle Strip" fishing during this Marina p

period of the year is just as good as in mid-summer. The Points will be based upon the following: tarpon (released) I

place isn't quite as crowded as during the summer 50 points; tarpon (boated) 30 points; largest tarpon _
months, as most vacationers are back at home getting the 100 points. Bonus points for lines of less than 50pound BOATS MOTORS TRAILERS

youngsters back in school. Result: Motel prices are down, test are: 30-pound line 10 points; 20 pound line 20 SKI SUPPLIES
more fishing boats available, more time to fish, more timeto + j.i points; 12 pound line30 points. I
see the many attractions in the area, more time to en- + t II
joy the brilliant white beaches which will be less crowded. .

and best of all. .the fish will think all the nuts have gone SOLUNARTABLES FIRST SKI BARGE SOLD RIGHT AWAY
until next summer and won't be suspecting that tempting

looking baitYou're ;! : 'i' 4e THE SECOND ONE HAS ARRIVED .
liable to come in with one of those huge sailfish
that have been the talk of the entire northwest Florida ,. The schedule of Solunar Periods, as YOURS NOW.

Gulf coast this summer. .maybe you'll nab a 450 pound John printed Alden below Knight's has been SOLUNAR taken TABLES.from
marlin to top the hefty that brought forth oooh's and aaah's Plan your days so that you will be fish
ing In good territory or in
that are usually reserved for other top bill fishing spots in cover during these times hunting if you wish good to
the world like Florida's east coast, the Caribbean and the find offer.the best sport that each day has to

lower coasts of South America. t;: f.f The Malor Periods are shown in bold- i
face type. These begin at the times
And what will it cost to enter into the fun in Panama ? shown and last for an hour and a halfor

City's Miracle Strip Fishing Tournament? Just five bucks nods two, shown hours thereafter.In regular The type Minor are Pe of
for an entry fee. Once you pay this tab you can fish from somewhat shorter duration.

boats, bridges, piers, beaches, dinghys, or from an old Use Eastern Standard A.M.time. P.M.
patched up inner tube. You gotta pick up a copy of the Day Min. Mai. Min. Ma|.
rules when you register in order to qualify for the prizes.An Saturday..... 4:20 18:35 9:45 4 4:50::00 is-id 11:00
Sunday....... 5:10 11:25 5 40 I
added attraction of this Panama City fishing showis : 11:45
Monday....... 5:55 6:30 12:15
the chance to fling some lines alongside Roy Martin, con- Tuesday....... 6:50 12:40 7.20 1:05
sidered in many circles as the world's champion salt wa- Wednesday... 7:40 1:30 <:10 1:55
Thursday f:30 2:20 I:55 2:40EiSJ4
ter angler. Roy will head up the rules committee, and don't

argue with the chairman. .he's a pretty big fella! ;jF .&. ,- --_....- -" TidC
First, second, and third place prizes will be awarded according $
to weight for the following categories: Black Snap- WhopperDr.

per, Red Snapper, Red or Black Grouper, Warsaw Grouper Charles Woods Panama Friday CEDAR- High KEY at 4:24 TIDES acn. and 5.14 'rank Philpott's DAILY OPEN EXCEPT 5 TO 6 SUNDAY P.M.
City dentist, offered p.m. Low at 11:04 am. and 11 01
Ling (cobia), Amberjack, Shark (any kind), King proof a-plenty that the waters of Saturday High at 5:02 a.m. and 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. SATURDAY
the Gulf
erel, Bluefish, Wahoo, Dolphin, Sailfish, Marlin, Barra green of <:28 pm. Low at 12:03: pm. and 11.43. Other Time
cuda, Jack Crevalle, Tarpon, Redfish (channel bass), Speck Mexico off this famous Florida summer resort m.Sunday High at 5:49 a.m. and I:09 Sport Center by AppointmentSKI
abound in big bill fish. The doctor caught the prizeof p.m. Low at 1 20 p.m.
led Trout, Bonito (little tuna), and Pompano.
the season when he boated this 12-foot Monday High at 6:54 a.m. and 10:10 ,1 BARGE, HUNTER AND
Complete information on the tournament may be obtained 431-pound p.m. Low at 12:44 a.m. and 2:54 p.m. North of Belk-L. d '5 MONARK BOATS.
blue marlin. More than 75 sailfish Tuesday High at I:20 a.rn. and 11:32 sey
and 15 white mar- McCULLOCH
by writing Panama City Miracle Strip Fishing Tourna- p.m. Low at 2:23 am. and 4:23 p.m. 20 N.W.Aye.. MOTORS
ment, P. O. Box 1850, Dept. SF, Panama City, Florida. this line have been caught by eager anglers who just at Wednesday 4.12 a.m. and- High 5:32 p.m.at 9:50 a.m. Low, "WHERE QUALITY SELLS 'ITSELF"FR JACKSON CANOES AND AND MONARK
summer discovered these waters were game Thursday High at 12.22 a.m. and 2-5011 or FR 6-6893 MURRAY
FREE BOATING CLASSESThe fish headquarters.'SPORTSMAN'S. lI.m.11:05 am. Low at 5:25 a.m. and 6:26 j'I TRAILERS.

Gainesville Power Squadron will begin its series of I I' I

free boating classes 8 p.m., Monday, Sept. 14, at the Municipal lI !,
Court Room. The 340 Power Squdarons in the United

States and other outposts of the world are dedicated to the
promotion of safety afloat. 1 I I DIGESTlc?& rpI14 '

By attending squadron classes, boat owners or prospectiveboat 'M Lr K

owners may acquire knowledge which will greatly in- TROLLING TIPSPLOAT PUT ft TIGER IN YOURNEW TANK !
crease the safety of boating, as well as the satisfaction and ---. 7-/J
pleasure to be derived from it. The basic course in ttwlvEL

t elementary Piloting is open, WITHOUT CHARGE, to all w wREMETAL
those interested in boating. The Piloting Course lectures in- .

ING.What THE EOTTOM,, CLEAR OP BOTTOM :/ ." : l; \ '
a fine opportunity to gain not only desirable but WEEDS, ETC. ATTACH A .,;; -:# ...' *.jO". '.... .. .#: ",.,.
1 necessary boating education-AND FREE, TOO! What if I (CLEAR PLASTIC TYPE BUBBLE) TO LINE'SEND. FL.O :rSPINRSHING J. l-..". .. .\'!i G'> y
we had to for such lessons as we might "golfpro" I,
pay pay a PARTLY FILL PT WITH WATER ,.;,, .(':
I Injone I 80 IT SINKS YET RAISES < ).
/ wishing additional information may contact JohnS. LINE'S END. (EXPERIMENT FOR ,
Rowe, Public Relations Officer U. S. Power ADJUSTMENT.) LET LURE SWIM i :t Y
Squadrons, ON LEADER FEW FEET FROM .... .
1055 N. E. 13th Place, Gainesville. FLOAT. .ww ; : '. 1' t_.

is their custom three four times the Flor- ;
or a year, x- > .
: t" ;S. :.
ida Family Campers will gather again Sept. 18 19 20 at (Z'TO s' < ;r

Moss Park. A registration fee of $3 covers all expenses. BEHIND h-Y LINE ... .
.1. t
Among the activities planned are an evening gettogether SWIVELt'NkER \ ,1 :' :

around the central campfire, a covered dish meal}, a I THIS RIG'S' SINKER BUMPS BOT- WE sr rLAm4 ;'; .
teenage get-together on Friday evening, a dance
? for all and sundry contest for the I I I ,,1 } ''; '.
a '
fishing youngsters, a .BREAKS SO LURE IS FREED. : : '" >' ; .. .
non-denominational service on Sunday morning, etc., etc. I i
A detailed schedule of activities will be handed to each 1 : i.... ;; : ,.' ', ';

fa:. :ly group as it arrives in camp. 'Carried It : bw t4ti ..-1. ".9'.r :.' .' ". .

The theme of the campout will be "Gypsies" and first, ,:. .
j .. .,
I second and third prizes (all nice ones) will be awarded for i Too Far ;. 1. .; ,." ,. : 1"--
% -
the individual camp sites best carrying out this theme. There ,

r will be a door (gate) prize, two prizes for the fishing contests Says MusialST. .,.',
t and others.

Moss Park is an Orange County Park situated between .
Lakes! Hart and Mary Jane and Is a beautiful and well-kept LOUIS (AP) "I had
planned to lose ....
and some weight, : -
picnic camping area. Sanitary facilities are adequate 'T'Y.7".
and there is potable tap water. There are no tables and no said Stan Musial Wednesday
electrical outlets. There is a nice beach and swimming .night, "but I think I carried it
r "
area, and lifeguards will be on duty. There is an excellent too far.
beat launching ramp. Pets on leash are permitted. The The former St. Louis Cardinal'

approximately four mile access road between State 15 baseball star remained confinedat
and Moss Park has Jewish Hospital following his
recently been
paved and is in excellent

;a. condition.registration Complementary booth at noon block on Saturday.ice will be available at the collapse Cardinal-Milwaukee Tuesday night game at the at MH ENERGY ESSO EXTRA GASOLINE BOOSTS POWER THREE WAYS:

A.Additional Taber, Secretary information, Gator may Campers be secured Association from: Col. (F Wm.C A Busch But, said Stadium.Dr. I. C. Middleman. 1 Cleaning Power! Dirt can clog even a new Firing Power! Spark plug and cylinder deOctane Power! New Esso Extra has the

chapter), 138 Ward Drive, Winter Park, Florida. the Cardinals' and Musial's phy carburetor in a few months of normal operaposits can cause misfiring, pre-ignition and high octane that most cars now need for full

Advance registration is not necessary. New sician, "Stan should be out of !tion-causing hard starting and rough idling. hot spots. New Esso Extra neutralizes these smooth performance without knocking.

potential members are most welcome. The latest campers m all or the hospital in a few days." Your very first tankful of New Esso Extra will harmful deposits help your engine fire You'll get all these extras with New Power-

} kinds of camping equipment and conveyances will be in evi- The 43-year-oW physical fit- !start to clear away these deposits-in new engines smoothly to help preserve the power of new cars formula Esso Extra gasoline-it puts a tiger in

t dence. For a memorable weekend remember Moss Park ness director, now a Cardinalvice or old-to improve power and mileage. and restore lost power to many older cars. your tank! t

/, Sept. 18-19-20! president, experienced ex-
I tensive diarrhea and vomiting .
United States
f spend $1.3 billion a year on their collapse. THAT POWERED A. J. FOYT AND APOUS:500 MEMORIAL CAY CLASSIC
favorite sport, a trade source reported this week. "His condition is satisfactory AMEBIC OIL L REFINING LEADING ENERGY COUPANT COMPANY

Last year, hunters' cars traveled 4,780,000,000 miles to get and he is being kept under observation @|HUMBLE: OIL a RUINING COMPANf. lace

I million to their for quarry.train, plane And or those bus who transportation.didn't_go by car spent $10 cian. *We,"will explained conduct the phy si- GAINESVILLE PUT TIGER IN YOUR TANK AT THESE ESSO SERVJCENTERS. ALACWM)

The statistics were reported by the National Shooting tests to determine the various exact Fred Birtett Esso Service Smelly> & Caaeady ESJO Service *1 Smelly t Cawatry Esso Service *2 W. H.Watson's Esso Service 1-75 & Hwy.441

I { Sports Foundation Inc., which decided to measure the impact nature of his ailment" 2215 N. Main Street 706 H.W. 13th Street 519 NJY..10th Avenue, 3325 W. University Avenue HIGH SPBiNtt;
' .J t of hunting on the economy. ..
For every dollar the huater Dr. Middleman said Musial William H. fc Brace Miller Esso Service Clarence Griffin Esso Service Clarence 6ritf i6's EJSO ServiceRay 's Esso Service US 41 & Hwy."t
on ,
I "; sporting equip- suffered an "enteritis ", .
t t ment he spends at least five times as much on side expense virus.. .brought on by emotional 2106 S.W.13th Street 3829 SuW. 13th Street : 3907 H.W.13th Street .. 2306 Waldo Road. .;.:
; : .

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Dickey the foundation .
I r director. and physical exhaustion." ; : _
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Thursday! September 3, 1964 Gainesville Sun 1? I

Market 4-H Automotive Clubs Seek II I

LivestockThe .1

Market this Gainesville week reported Livestock its To Curb Teen Death Rate i Hutu Service I

largest regular cattle sale since J ..

1948. A total of 1,912 head was ::'.: CHICAGO (Special) More

sold Monday, compared to 1, {'r' fi.: ::? :v}:: : young drivers are sitting behind pUAIITYu

427 the week. before. More cattle j the wheel today than ever be- DISCOUNT enter
jgff jPjS
have been sold at special ; % iF'rtisL: : X fore, and they have been piling

feeder sales, market officials up an accident and death rate'

said, but the sale Monday was aim to curb teen-age accidentsTOTAL nearly double the average for ..... .
the largest regular sale in 16 the entire U. S. population, ac- ::.::; .>><:

years. cording to statistics supplied by .-
The Federal-State Market the National Safety Council. ; ; iVN1 -
News Service quoted slaughter DRIVERS 85,600,000 It is this grim picture that 1
steers and heifers CALL ACES) 4-H :
I steady, cows automotive. clubs are try- .
and bulls steady to 50 cents higher TEENAGE D1IYEBS 8,200.003 tia( ) ing to change. Even though boys 1f. ,.

and calves steady. All stock- 0 and girls may not be old enoughto \.. ".".. -: ..
ers were fully steady. drive, they can enroll, says <. M't. R' "

Cattle prices Monday: the Cooperative Extension Sere t. ': : i
< .
: .
Steers and heifers Good TOTAL FATAL ACCIDENTS 54.000 ice, supervisor of the automotive %\ ;:. -'$: ....'.... .,. :m ''':-- .<..? .'''
:': :1 :
: :: 'f .
(ALL ACES < "':"""';" ': : ': ( :t:* \ '; < 4
2123.50; standard, $15 17.75; program. Thus, they start :
utility, $14 ,. 16; stockers, $3 TEEN-ACE TOTAL 7.4CO (13.7%) early to learn fundamentals of TIME LIMIT HOURS It ;
19.50. car maintenance and to develop "W" f>'''''''' .' :

Cows Utility, $12_ 15; cut acceptable driving attitudes.In ii. i y t;i?ii ? '.
ters, $11-13; stockers, $9-13. an all out attempt to edu-. : : :
tl kJ:;<< ;W*.
Calves Good, 165019.75; / :TOTAL DRIVERS IN ACCIDENTS 20,000,000 cate club members in safe and ....

standard, $14 17; utility, $12- TEIN-AEC TOTAL sane driving habits, interested -J4 it COUPON r 1't1t. ..
2,900,000 ((14.5%) :
15.25; stockers, 101975. I groups are pooling knowledgeand 1t1: "" .: !. t
\ki f.ti; .
Bulls Utility, 1416.75; cut- resources. The FirestoneTire < tft r"
"f "
ters, 122514.75; stockers, $8- & Rubber Company spon- '" 'iiW'. < ,

17.25. sors the program nationally.

Volume was up slightly at I Others lending support are the it B '

Tuesday's hog sale at the local National Safety Council the : .:

market. A total of 391 head Automotive Safety Foundationand ;'iu:<" :', >:'f4Mi:::{ '; ff .
: }'; 't
was sold, compared to 368 last I Alachua I the National 4-H Service .i Nti':h"#'< '::; :r$ .f t ::iHr""< ':; ', 't''> .,,' ,-i.<;,'{*'">t't'.": ''H"_' ...
j week. Butcher grades were I County Committee. kf. 'F :@

'\ $1.25 to $1.50 lower. There wasa Three million young people ; ( '\ ::
strong demand for good feeder -'I' reach driving age annually, and \>; .

$23.75.pigs which sold for up to' Agent's CornerBy by 1970 exceed the number four million.will probably In JUST CLIP THESE MONEY-SAVING COUPONS AND iB .

Hog ,prices Tuesday: WILBURN C. FARRELL the same period, the total num- t F44I 1: BRING THEM IN FOR THE BEST VALUES IN TOWN
No. 1's (180-200)), $16.30; No. I ber of drivers and motor vehi- < !
'WfiSW:* 5lW o *'w l N: X"o; **wxo %*o- o v' ': _
Extension Service l.It: ';' ':': '
Agricultural ; :: >:w. '"n:''
1's, ((205-240)), $16.50; No. 2's, I cles on the road is expected to '

$15.65; No. 3's, $14.55; No. 4's, I increase nearly 50 per cent. ,1 CIIP I and W&9AWHITEWALLS .1-
The Light Horse Short Course when small but turn dark :
$12; No. 5's, $12; No. 1 ro's, More drivers, more cars and ...
will be held at the Livestock brown when full '
$13.50; by ro's, $13.30; No. 1hy's grown. Army- improved highways w i 11 put,
$15; feeders, up to $23.75.I Pavilion on Archer Road Fri- worms have a light mid-stripe school and 4-H automotive edu-:
I day and Saturday. The pro- along the back which ends in a cational programs to the test as I (p
gram begins with registrationat inverted V on the head while '
they work for "responsible citizenship
Choose Site 8:15 darker bands each side 88c S
Friday morning. The are on : in a nation on wheels," ::
principal speakers will be G. of the midstripe. These pests I
For observes the National 4-H Serv-
J Jr. CollegeFORT Wilkerson of the American while feeding during the day
II ice Committee. I
WALTON BEACH (AP) Quarter Horse Association andDr. can completely defoliate grass Among the scores of individualand More than blackwall nylon tires 0 '

-A 120-acre tract of land was: Frank H. Baker, Exten blades leaving nothing but the I8.
club under ;
projects when
chosen by a state site survey sion animal scientist with the midribs.At :are highway and vehicle safety way you buy at these discount prices .:

,' team Wednesday as the most Federal Extension Service. the first sign o' army !surveys; community contest .U,.
acceptable location for the new Fall Army Worms worms apply one of the recommended -campaigns for pedestrians ajjd

Okaloosa-Walton Junior College.The Fall army worms have in- pesticides, T 0 x a-I drivers; displays and demon- ... 18 MONTH GUARANTEE :
team was unanimous in vaded and Sevin DDT. Apply 10
pastures lawns phene, or strations; and distribution of au- ,.
its choice of the tract on the throughout Alachua County dur- per cent Toxaphene dust to the tomotive safety literature. .. Prorated on current selling price, not Kit. All prices plus federal tat. "

northeast shore of Garniers ing the past two weeks. These grass at the rate of 1 pound per Local club leaders urge memo "& .
S; Bayou on the Eglin Air Force caterpillars grow to about IVz 1,000 square feet or apply 5 per bers to complete automotive .: S 7" tubetypeblackwall .r.,,

} Base reservation. inches long. They are green cent Sevin or 5 per cent DDT projects to the best of their ....

.. dust at the rate of 2-2V& pounds ability. Not only will they be

I't I per 1,000 square feet. If you better drivers, but they can % SIZE BLACKWALL WHITEWALLS Iou...
t i had rather use a spray, these compete for several awards offered discount price

11 Down to Earth l yr. materials are also available as by Firestone.A ': tdbe-type.

wettable powders or emulsifi- trip to the National 4-H Club 670x15 $ 8.99 only 88c ,
tIn more t -
able concentrates, but always !Congress goes ID the top state } >: 710x15 10.99 only 88c mar _

11 Levy County read the label on each pesticide boy or girl. Six $500 college 760 x 15 12.99 only 88c more ,. ',a
I container and use as di scholarships will be presented to
i .
I s I rected. i the n a t i ion's highest ranking R%; tubeless i
Bj LEONARD COBB We have copies of Circu ''members during the congress. FREE SERVICES! 670 x 15 $10.99 only 88c more '?,
Agricultural Extension Service lar 213A, Home Gardener's The handsome traveling tro- :.). with each 710x15 12.99 only 88c more
} Lawn Insect Control Guide, phy will be claimed by the coun- tire purchase 760 x 15 14.99 only 88c more ,,. I
mounting tire rotation ""
Army worms and velvet bean' duction and export certificateson available for the asking. Call ,ty having the most outstanding ,_? '' flat repair 750 x 14800x14 10.99 only 88c more '
office and will send .A:. 12.99 only 88c
our we youa automotive project in the state. more :.
caterpillars have been causing 56 per cent. In the 1964 pro 'y r
\ v < 600
: < ::3 x J3 10.99 only! 88c more
I A for 4-H said that :
! spokesman
severe damage to pastures, hay gram the maximum number of copy.Tobacco (
Markets "ultimately it is hoped that the jj ...
i crops and peanut fields in Levy each kind was based on 45 per I I CI
County. Growers can control cent of normal production. We have had numerous calls automotive program will resultin J...

I': these pests by dusting with 10 from tobacco growers requesting a marked decrease in deaths,1 I =

per cent Toxaphene dust for Provisions for diverting wheat information on markets still ,injuries and property damage c; "2AIg rS3'? rrQwa,xv.wow,.. .. r. +.:{c,: ;,'. .' ..
land to conservation uses are open. Twenty-five of the 28 among teen age drivers."
worms at the rate of 15- ; OfFfRIXPiRSAVE
army similar to those in the 1964 pro- markets in Florida and Geor- ?R?..'{j.y.lijR

1 a 25 IDS. per acre.Caterpillars can. be controlled gram. The payment rate for gia have closed, the markets in ...

\ voluntarily diverting land will Tifton and Claxton, Ga., held 'Conspiracy9In : ,
by dusting with 10 cent
1 per be higher in 1965. But no diversion their final sales yesterday. Met Race Riots?
I DDT dust at the same rate or j R.
payment will be made ier, Statesboro and Vidalia have REBUILT
,: with Toxaphene at the above for applying conservation use to not set closing dates yet so WASHINGTON (AP) Rep. ;
satisfactory $7.66
DDT has not been ,
.! rate. the minimum qualifying acre- if you have tobacco on hand, Bob Sikes, D-Fla., said Wednes- G J.
in controlling army worms age. you can sell it at these loca- day the FBI should be directedto } SLIGHT I IRREGULARS! SPARK PLUGS
in this area. After dusting, allow tions in Georgia. determine whether a pattern :'. EXTRA HEAVY VINYL! FULL FRONT "' # +..
seven days before grazing or Further information on these Swine Field Day exists to "the ugly racial riots"in If pert. $8.99

;I harvesting.New. changes and other program The ninth annual Swine Field New York, New Jersey, illi- "TURTLE 119 req. 1.76 f-

Pea Released provisions is available Day will be held next Thurs- nois and Pennsylvania.

Floricream, a new all pur- from the County ASC and Exten- day at the University Swine "It is time to know whetherthe CAR

cream-seeded southern pea sion offices. The sign-up period Farm on SW 34th St., begin- violence and looting are partof

pose has just been released by the will extend through Oct. 2 at ning at 8:30: ajn. A very infor- an organized conspiracy, MATS"DICORATOR MATCHING REARifptrf.$6.99p ; ; +

Agricultural Experiment Stationat the county ASCS Office. mative program has been plan- whether local hoodlums are |

the University of Florida. Levy County has 55 wheat ned for swine producers so planto principally responsible," Sikes :. COLORS a lifetime guarantee J /ygran /

This is a good quality cream growers with about 720 acres. be with us. said. k ''' a .ilnr ..btu.black red ton a a not sizes all for colors all American in ell sizes can sy t. '.

type southern pea. It produces THtsG p' .
I' high yields and is early matur. h; 7 SEAT BELT

ing.Inquiries of seed concerning should the be availability ad-- Proper Freezing Captures : -I RETRACTORSMETALTOMETAL ".

dressed to Florida Foundation : reg.88cNOTTNII

Seed Producers, Gainesville Taste of Fresh FishFew Jp v:)'rr'r y a f

I I Florida. Tangy 'k%:> / ;'y.!;:s:}:!y r; Automatically when not in use.roll Prevent tip Wat seat beh V ',
Wheat Program bits from catching in door.1
/ SEAT BELT Keeps Na belts neat and clean.
The 1965 Wheat Program has foods taste better than To freeze the meat more tainer for the fish. This process >
several new provisions Levy pan-fried bass or trout freshly quickly, package the fish in requires that the cleaned fish b \/ 333 reg .99 fW\Y11Vt1i1t

I. County farmers may want to plucked out of the water. And small parcels and place themon be laid on the freezer surface 4ffy.rf'+.%GvlR2i%uc6G.G.N'rir.:;! r: c7 rx ,
consider. :i># ?:. ..DOO Lbl. tonsil ttrenath nylon ,!,: ;; u s
the freezer
nothing is more disappointingthan cold surface of the until it is well-frozen. Then dip webbing, meets +

I farmers Under signing one new up in provision both the, a meal of frozen fish that chest, says Knapp. the fish in ice water several : state.,Your federal choice and or of SJLE.exceeds aka standards. all- G s 2

I wheat and the feed grain programs has lost its zesty flavor. Other fresh-fish fanciers may times. The water will freeze on TRANSMISSION

may substitute wheat for Proper packaging and fast prefer to entomb their catchesin the meat forming a solid tiA1ri7t\1 FLUID

feed grains or feed grains for take freezing in order are necessary to steps fish to ice the same way Arctic glaciers shield. > ii>..4: !: al.!

i wheat. Wheat farmers who for extended periods preserve of time, effectively preserved For maximum protection : 1LUZT1WI4) !! 88 r.g. $i.ort4iF
mammoth elephants for centuries -
; oats or request
grow rye may. says Dr. F. W. Knapp, assist- says Knapp, apply two or : Certified "Type A" -'a ar
that an rye % exceeds alt 4
ant biochemist with the Flori- three coats of ice and w rap S.A.I. sto/ldords.state federal and } ,
base be established for their *: S. T.ADDITIVE. P. f Has Color.Guard f
J Then plant da Agricultural Expert m e nt The biochemist says coating with freezer paper to make the ., \. { .y "/ all auttic.leakage warning.trctNf'iau-Usein
farm. they
may Stations. He says fish can be with ice insures an air-tight con- best possible covering. and power steering IIftitI.88c %
wheat in place of oats or rye,
kept frozen for several months ?
or plant oats or rye on wheator I II i P reg. $1." '!
feed without spoiling or even losing

Another grain change acreage.permits wheat their fresh-caught flavor. II PLANT UP FOR I +4,? ,P, < : frees luto,sticky.. loa'valves."gi..and pa.er dis-, ...!' ,
M' { % 'rd//r./r l//- %
farmers signing up in the program Knapp suggests two methods .elves gvmmy deposits. The ; :ii 7/--. +
>: :'y. famovs addtir..s.d by 2 ,
to overplant their 1965' of freezing. Either can be I FALL COLOR : : n of 3 cars in Indianapolis 'SOD out +% y>%:. I .
'used successfully, depending on j
i wheat allotment by as as I
|( 50 per cent and store excess which method is best suited for I !I i 3 r. xr< :> SIMONIZ SUPER BLUE
production under bond by stor, your freezing compartment. I ; CLEANERWAX77c
ing the excess wheat undercover The .first method. is to place:

and carrying out other the fish in cold storage, wrap; Petunias I S or.
and freeze. The other is I IK ff
will program be eligible provisions for marketing: freeze an unwrapped fish then, Pansys 89. NO DOWN PAYMENT- 'y 1 ii Compare at S1 50
: it in water to form pro-I New from Simonts Vista-Super rx
certificates and price support dip a Snaps ? Fa !i TAKE MONTHS TO PAYI ". .y .. live One-Step cleaner/wall f.
loans. tective coating-of i ice. i s I : ., P b _Simply apply and it floats dirt I1 P t
and grime to the surfoce.Wipe
Overplanting a wheat allotment In the former Knapp says toi i Dianthus doz. I :*;,44 .'!'4',.. 0 off and the brilliant shin* last !
.t vo to a onthl
for 1965 will not'aUet the cool the fish after they'recaught :: C lk :4Jr:4
wheat acreage history in ,determining A good place is a portable '-:: ':: .. es.rr.the right a Cnw1 i;+ ,

future allotments. ice chest used to keep PEAT HUMUS 45c BUSHEL BAG r rtSz1 rf #:;* .
f -w'Luur.L.u:6ncr +G Naic.x Y/l':;::+r wr ++v.
domestic drinks and sandwiches chilled I
Under the 1965 program,
marketing certificateswill Then clean and wrap the I LORIDA -

be valued at 75 cents per fish in moisture-proof Moil I or : GARDEN CENTER ...
bushel and export'certificatesat plastic taking care to squeeze EST .
ft 20 N.W. 16th AVE.
30 cents. out an air spaces between the

The certificates were worth 70 wrapping and the meat i c ONTROL PH. FR 62661i GAINESVILLE Acres of Free Parking .
Freeze the'wrapped fish immediately !
cents and 25 cents in 1964. Domestic -

certificates will be, advises K*:app, and I i CHEMICAL COMPANY Phone 376-8292 U. S. 441 N. at 23rd Blvd. ';'0"
Issued,on a maximum of 45 per keep the temperature as low:

: ..at of a farm' .normal pro as possible.; ._ I II



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: 18 Gainesville Sun Thursd4y. September 3. 1964 ,

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Service WANTED one full time or part FRONT END MECHANIC SIAMESE kittens and stud service I

I INDEX tim waitress. Apply I person Must have own sal tools. Sal registered lilac blue and
SEE or evening Hotel ary plus commissions. All chocolate point; S25 tp. Wllliston ;

by Thomas. 615 N.E. 2nd St. pany benefits. Send resu to 5 ,'

CASHIER experienced. Aifl in 5741 c-o Gainesville Sun AKC Rag German Shepherd pup ;

NewsColonel ANNOUNCEMENTS person. Wonderhouse Restaurant Draftsmen full time. Permanent po pie. wr and shots. Cal
1 In Memoriam 1 S.W. 1st St. Behind Sears. sition. Experience in civil engineering. o s at 1206

2 Card of ,. Drafting required. Five 17th Avenue. ,I
Thank CURB GIRLS and Inside help needed -
3 Lost & day a week. 2 weeks paid vac poodle puppies male. 6 wks.
at A & W Root Beer Drive
4 Personalized Services In tion. Group life and rosplahza- reg. I chocolate. 1 black. 175. ;
.the SUNPOLICE Apply in person between 2 & I
tion Phone 372-8695.
available. For appointment
Edmund 5 Travel Information
Lynch t
call FR
Special Notices P.M.COUNTER 2251.INSURANCE MINIATURE Dachshund ACK 1 ,
son of Mrs. Ellison G. Lynchof 7 Florists GIRL for new dry- SALESMAN, over 21. ity pups with family type QuA el. I

Yankeetown has 8 Baby Sitters Child Caret cleaning 3 W. University wit car, Commissions & partial psiti. partially hsebro en.
II II' assumed Places To Go And Ave Phone 3763.HOUSEWIVES exps included. Reply box M9- $ Phe FR 66

FIRE REPORT MUNICIPAL COURT Edna E. Strickland. 1630 NW 55th St., the position of deputy commander Thins To SeAUTOMOTIVE Gainesville Sun listing FOR SALE Bassett pups AKC reg.
wanton Kids In school soon? Going to havesome nae. age. marital stats. experience
I Aug. 25. 1944 willful and reckless driving of material in & pedigree. $75. VanZants 601 E.
Accident Roundup Judge W. W. Hampton Presiding $150. no valid driver's license. $20.! Fur- the 1501st spare time? Christmas a recent Qualifctis Gaines St.. Tallahassee Fia. Ph

of Dennis man Wade Washington High Springs. Air Transport Wing at Travis coming up before'you can hard sapst. 3-84
-signed written pleas guilty: careless driving 25. ly turn around. Need extra moneyfor YOUNG

Involved in accidents reported Watkins. 1129 NE 19th St., passing sentences: Robert Tyson 1K4 NE AFB, Calif. 74 Airplane Sales-Rentals gifts for those new grandchIldren fro 19 to 23 yrs.MN age. high AKC Boxer puppies. Call
within Intersection. $10. faulty brakes.
the Gainesville Police 610 SE 14th Ter.. 24th Ter., willful and wanton reckless Colonel 7 Trucks for Sale ? We need tai for school graduate with average or 3767786.
by $10. Jimmy L Collins. Lynch's new unit sup- Trucks Wanted part time 20 hrs. better grades for full time permanent
$50 or 30 7 eplyment.
conduct S25. Elliot E. Berkshire driving. days; improper license BEAGLE puppies, AKC perfectlymarked.
and the Alachua disorderly Tractors & Truck Rentals week. per hr. Your position salesman in our
ad Department Moore's Trailer Park. drunk. 125. plates. $10 or 3 days. Rudicel L. port the Military Air TransportSrice. per barrier if a fro n good hunting line.
Trailer Rentals age is no you are Apply person
County Sheriff's Office duringthe Thelma B. Goolsby O'Brien. failure to Proctor. Archer Rd. Village. driving 1 Motorcycles & Scooters over 30. The Professional Insur- Mes n1 deprtmnt.. DepartmentStore. Excellent pets. Ph FR "
rjl yield right of way. $50. while license revoked. 10 days and SSO.or 1 ance Corp. office is in Poem 205 4133 NW 12th .
past 24 hours were: Betty E. Bass 306 NE 44th St.. ran 30 days (10 days suspended). Lonnie The colonel earned his B.S.- Automobile Repairs Baird Hdwe. Bldg. hiring
red light. $10. Mitchell Harrell 1055 NE J. Studstill 737 NW 31st Ave driving I Automobiles for Sale representative will an in from TWO reliable milking machine operators 32 Mobile Homes For Sol

Lynda L. Ford 2016 NE 7th 10th Ave., driving on wrong side of while intoxicated. ISO or 60 days. M.E. degree from Purdue Uni- Swap Cars to 10:30 each morning or must kno how to take.
1:3 care Apply at Carleton
Street. $10. Harold A. Diggs Jr.. 3720 license pipe lnes.
drivers suspended
three for an
versity was commissioned 3 8 Dairy Hawthorne. 45 FT. Spartan 2 BR. $1700 cash.
Ter. and Carolyn D. Ewing, lIfts St. ran red light. $10. George G. months. J. C. Cain. 1432 NE 14lh Ter. WANTED experienced siiiess. Ph. 4812308.HOUSING FArms Also 25 ft. Panel-fab cabana room*
III 2061 Williams. 728 SE 7th Way. speeding failing to notify owner of accident $50 through Reserve Officer EDUCATIONAL sacrifice. Phone 372.3381.
227C Flav. 9:30 at th
p.m. $10. William W. Markham. Lake Geneva or 30 days. John M. Carter. 411 NW 14th Apply Humpty Dumpt Restau- project labor for gen
NE 7th Ter. parked in truck loading zone. $5. st.. ran stop sign. $7.50 or 3 days; no Training Corps program 1 Schools & Instruction rant. 310 NW eral cleaning 40 hr. week. USED TRAILER Large living

I Irene V. Ford Melrose improper tail light. $5 or 2 daYS.Hay there. The Music. Dancing WANTED experience waitresses... YOUNG AMERICA HOMES room rear kitcn. two bedroomsupstairs.
17-year-old veteran 20 Wanted-InstructionEMPLOYMENT 1603 NE 30th Ave. 3726406 Campus.
513 W.
tart. $25. Marjorie C. Butler. all shifts. Larry's Restaurant, AIl
Douglas 512 SE 15th St., petit -
Mrs. H. C. Ellerby, 918 SW 8th Univ. Ave. parked in truck loading larceny. 5 days and $35 or 15 days. served in England and France 12 W. Univ. Ave. a travel trailer. 3764361

Lane and Nola Young 133 SE zone. $10. James R. Bragg. Hawthorne Alfred Burnett 520 SE 3rd St., drunk. CURB WAITRESSES WANTED 4 MENto
World day end
careless driving.' $25. Edman Kelly Jr.. during War II. work with large Eastern electrical .
days. Willie Lee Brooks.
10 602
$25 ,
or night shift top wages.
10th St., 5:37: p.m. at W. University -Rt. 4. disorderly conduct. $25. Arthur NW 4tfi St. drunk. $25 or 10 days. 11 Female Help Wanted in per Jers Restaura.it, concern in the Gaisviearea. BUTTSMobile
I' Cobb 728 SW 6th St. drunk and disorderly I High commissions, we .
Wahl Jr., 236 SE 1st St. drunk. 12 2310 ;
Ave. and 13th St. $30. Levi Welch Jr., Rt. 3. disorderly Harry Marine i Help Wanted S fish leads. Age neat in appearance -
525 PFC 23
conduct. $25. 15 days and or 5 days. Mathew Hill. Vernon T. Carter 1 Help-Male or Female SECRETARY WANTED Must be car No experience -

William R. Carroll. 701 NW 15th St., 822 SW 5th Ter.. drunk $40 or 15 days. Jr. of Mr. and Sales Help Wanted proficient In shorthand and typ neesary.- we
Miami son Mrs. you.
Dudley A. Anderson, Hugh H. Colson. Rt. 2, drunk. $25 or 10 need trai
ran stop sign. $10 Gary D. Ridtjdill 221 16 Work Wanted Female ing. Salary commensurate with Cal Mr. Hany. Mon., Ytd.. and
and Resha E.: Hudson, Trenton, D Fla. III. speeding $10. William P. si days.ling James arrest.Davis 15 days 1020 NW and 6th$50 Ave.or re-15 Vernon T. Carter of 900 NE 22nd 1 Work Wanted Male experience and ability. Scruggs only at FR 2-0500 9
: Green Cove Springs ran & Carmichael 3 SE 1st and 10 A.M Scott & Felzer
Heney Avenue Corp. Homes
at SW 13th St. and days. drunk. $25 or 10 days. St. recently -
3:18 a
p.m. stop sign. $10. John G. Shelton. 114 SW paricipate i Ph. .
Kenneth D. Fort. 4005 NW 21$t Ter. 3765242.INSURANCE WHITE MALE 20-23 yrs.
2nd Ave. failure to yield right cf way. assault FARMS & LIVESTOCK mari
8th Ave. sea operation old to work .
Kenneth R.. Dixon. 1604 NW 6th drunk and disorderly $35 or 10 d oyS. resisting secretary bookkeeper drinks, INC
Marian 1522 W. i25. arrest. 10 days. Robert A. Weight, on the island of Mallorca in the 26 Farm Equipment with typing shorthand, & experience work cash register, etc. No experience
Smallegan, I Ave., ran red light. $10. 1125 NW 36th Ave., drunk. $35 or 12 27 Feed & Fertilizer Reply box .569.A c-o neesary. Starting sa"ary NEW
University Ave. and John C. Hugh W. Harling Jr, Archer Rd.Rt.ran 1. days Medierranea withMarine Bat- 28 Livestock & Supplies Gainesville Sun. listing name. S60 per wk. Night work. Call .1& 12 WIDES
,red light. $10. Flake E. Watsun
I 372-0924 for appt. Sandwich
Horace Pettis. 602 SE 14th Ter.,' drunk. martial status.
i Morgan, Lake City, 3:52: p.m. driving Sapp on wrong 929 NW side 7th of street.Ave.. $25.ran Stafford red- $25 or 10 days. Boyd S. Snyder. 515 talon Landing Team 2-6- operat- 2 30 Landscaping Pets & Supplies- Top Soil qualifications age. enclosing experience a recent& -Man over age 25. married Inn who CAMPERSWe

at NW 15th St. and 1st Lane. ight. $10. Rufus L. Carter. 2221 SE 9111 NW 32nd Baltimore Ave., drunk. $25 or 10 days ing with the Sixth Fleet. 31 Livestock WatedFINANCIAL snapshot. wants to get ahead in retail n 2 trade-ins this mtl
I Charlie 708 NW 12th St..
selling the best
20th Place. no Florida driver's license. $20. $25 10 MATURE woman for office Salar of.S weekly at C.I fo eals
Otis 4001 SW drunk. or days. OOor's
Johnson start.
Fred N. Ray. 515 SE 17th St. failureto While with the Sixth Fleet, the typing, days if
Kelley. 429 NW 3rd St., ;
Charles drunk. bkkeeping. 376-8361
can the
recep you
and Frederick E. Sergeant yield right of way. $25. Edith J. Wil. tionist. h I grade. Apply
St. $25 or 10 days. Junior Moore. 617 NW 4th tea will conduct various sea in handwriting giving experience. NW 13th at 6th St. On street
NW 9th Ave.. in truck Include full details In letter ow St
910 parked
lams ful. '
Place disorderly conduct, $50 or 20 Business Opportunities Box
Micanopy, 11:15 ajn. at South loading zone, $ Patrick M. Heckard Jr.. days. assault exercises designed to increase 5 Money to Loan Reply to box 570-A care of Sun. Gainesville parking around our corner.
Main St. and 2nd Ave. $15 NW 12th Ave.. drunk. $25. Tommie L. Moore 617 NW 4th Ave. combat readiness.He 58 Mortgages Gainesville Sun. week Open day.A.M to 9 P.M each
James D. Scott. Jacksonville no valId conduct. $25 10 it '
or days.
59 Money Wanted'MERHANDISE WANTED experienced Legal -
Dean A. Niederkohr Jr., 1017 driver's license $2-fc Richard h. Yaxey James E. Johnson 405 SW 71 n place have the opportunity to begin work immediatelyfor MAN milk wanted route. fo Must local wholesale For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn
Almon O. Self I Sr. 1121 NW 43rd Ave. speeding. drunk. $25 or 10 days. Inez B. Hicks Senior Partner. Salary married. trailer & enclosed Excellent -
and cabna.
NE 12th Ave. $15. William R. Meerman. 3930 SW 2nd 613 SW 6th Place drunk. $30 or 12 days. to visit ports in Spain, Ita- munsurate with experience com and bondable previous experience age coitio. 288. 6-1

930 NE 10th Place, 7:57 a.m. Ave.. ran stop sign. $25. Chesley C. Roberts. 316 NE 1st st. ability. Fringe benefits: Blue 2135 and high 'sch' graduate A.M. 612 P.
I Mike A Bhziotes 903 SE 4th Ave. drunk. $35 or 12 days. Louis T. Freedman ly and France. Buy Cross and Blue Shield. For Inter- preferred. Apply 2 W. 5th

at the 1000 block NE 12th Ave. ran red light. $10. Willie L. Garrett. 329 600 block NW 7th Ave.. drunk. $30 62 Machinery & Tools View contact E. A. Clayton or St.

Frederick W. Silverman, 1110 NE 25th St.. failure to yield right of way or 12 days. James Morris. 810 NW 7th 6 Building Materials James E. Clayton. Phone 372-959J. WANTED service stati man WYATT-
$25. Herbert J. Sullivan. 515 NW 27th lace, 10 days and $50 or 20 days. Herman Airman Household Goods white or colored be
First Class Richard 6 Mon. & Fri. 9 A.M. to
NW 6th St. and Roger C. Peek, Ave., reckless driving. $25. Kenneth G. Allen. 429 NW 5th Ave. reckless Antiques MAID. to qualify. Apply in pers Cros.bys

.I 1329 NW 25th Ter., 7:40 a.m. Wiggins.Melvin/ 216 V. Johnson SW 3rd Ave.2050.NW speeding 3ith Ave.$10. driving $100 ,or 30 days. John C. But- Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. 6 6 Misc. For Sale health 5:30 P card..MRequire. 3767021.COMBINATION references & Ave. Gulf Stati. 91 Univ. Trailer Sales
Icr Newberry petit 10 and 67 Post
larceny. days Trading
I at W. University Ave. and 1st Deeding, $10. Marvin U Stewart. 329 $35 or 10 days. James E. William! ;. 602 John B. Young of 921 NE Eighth Articles wanted grill cook an waitress COLORED About 30 hr. week Home ofPacemaker
St.. $15 Alice M. Stap- 6
SE 71st speeding SW 7th St.. drunk. S30 $2 hours 6 to 2. Tom Mobile Homes
or day Ave. has re-enlisted in the U.S. Fuel Oil & Woods a waiter-bus boy. Must be neat.
leton. 422 SW 1st St.. failure to yield rightof Motor Inn
Sawyer Shasta
forfeitures: Ruth E. Mann, 1418 .70 Boats Marine Equip. 372.163 Apply In person only 9 to 10 AM. and Airstream
St.Tullie S. Lacey, Rt. 4 and 12th way.Rd.,$25.speeding Sylvia$10.A. Burrow 1607 NW NW 4th Ave., ran stop sign $S. Roosevelt Air Force for another term of 71 Camp Hunt Fish WANTED part time secretary, 4 Carmanella 706 W. Univ. Ave. Travel TrailersOcala's

: Floyd A. Seaton, Rt. 4, 8:25: James E. Williams 1441 SE 13th Place. sign Owens.$5. 1418 NE 1st Ave. ran slop service following his selection 7 Office Equipment te hours experienced daily. 5 days Call week. Club Must LICENSED$100 Re' Estate salesman, Dealer First- Since Mobile Hoe 4 1
ran red light. $10. William C. Martin Musical Merchandise Boys a drawing account. 192j Silver Springs
charges dismissed John B. LovcL FR 25341 9 to for Blvd
a.m. on State Road 23, 300 feet 1062 NE 19th Place parked in truck 3414 NW 13th Ave.. disorderly conduct. for career status. appointment. A Large volume builder developing Phone 62-13
loading zone. $5. Thomas J. Porter Rt. 3 areas. Position in Gainesville. Ocaia.
south of State Road 24. Donald Richard D. Bristow Jr. 3462 NW 13th He is an a unit Reply to Box 494-A Fl.I
I. failure to yield right of way IJS. iustrator i REAL ESTATE SALE WAITRESSES WANTED Manor c-o Gains
Ave.. FOR x Manor Mercury Iovsetretl.
Marie W. Swinford Rt. 3 and Spencer May 3309 NW 4th St., speed- disorderly conduct. Spencer H. at Gunter Ala. which Restaurant. Apply in person 2325 ville Sun.WANTED 2
; ing. $10. Victor K Moore Rt. 1. failureto edell lI.! 1520 NW 10th Ave.. disorderly 3 Mobile Homes for Sale 512. Call 495-2452 betwe

Charles H. Quarles, 318 NW yield right of way $25. conduct. Dennis Cheves. 3 SW 25th St.. supports the Air Defense Com 3 Lots fo Sale W. University Ave. paper route.CARRIER need good FOR transportation morning 5 p.m. in Archer.
disorderly conduct. Ronald W. Gause. Waterfront Properly EXPERIENCED woman to
Mabelle W. Ben ton, 106 NW 12th Ter..
24th St., 5.15 pm. at State failure to yield right of way. $25. War. 1022 NW 16th Ave. disorderly conduct. mand. 3 Houses for Sale care of baby & light housekeeping FR 2.4451& for post further cash info.bond. Call CONNOLLYMobile '

Road 24 and NW 39th Ave. en B. Parks Jr., Rt. 4, drunk and dis- Gary Alan Benton Gainesville. disorderly The airman is a graduate of Cottages for Sale 4 days a week. Own trans Home Sales Inc. 2 & 1
orderly. $50. Homer E. Corbm 114 SEth conduct. Larry E. Noegel. 36 SW 25th 37 Real Estate Exchanged portation. References. 376851. WANTED TV antenna installer & mobile homes. Many

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER St, drunk $25. John C. Thompson. St.. disorderly conduct. Henry F. Me Bradford High School in Starke. 3 Real Estate Wanted helper. top pay. regular hours broom 7 year financing. ,
FICTITIOUS NAME 1716 NE 17th Place disorderly con- Rae Jr., 1109 NW 40th Ave. disorderly 39 Out of Town Property NEED SCHOOL many fringe benefits. must b Drive out today. 3 miles South
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida duct. $25. Curtis Lane. 2406 NE 6th Ave.. conduct. His wife is the former Marilyn Business Properties willing to work & want to of Gainesville U. S. 441

Statutes notice is hereby given that the no driver's license. $20. Willie L. Malone Thomas Williams. 621 NW 5th Ave. disorderly R. of Monahans Tex. 41 4 Residential Income FUNDS? better. None other apply. Couch's, _3760571Ya'll o Ph t
Hughes 608 N. Main St.
undersigned. Jack Horner George Kos Jr. 1636 SE 12th Place petit lar- conduct. $40 or 15 days. Jesse 42 Farms & Acreage like _
sic. Walton Hunter. Jr., doing business. eny, $100. Ernest M. Jamerson 2220 J. Williams. Rt. 4, driving wh le Intoxicated Colored Property Sales Housewives yourself ore NEED part time butcher. Short
tinder the firm name of Electron Microcopy SW Archer Rd.. $150.Today. 10 nays and $150 or 60 days drive 431 earning good income b. hours with top pay. Must be neat.maintain ComeSee
I Supply Co.. Gainesville. Alachua er's license suspended six mon'hs. Dot. Bruce Larson, hospitalman representing Avon Cosmetis. top standards of cleanliness -
County. Florida. intends to register said Turner Jr. Gainesville. drunk $25or L Call 3725994 after 5
custom-made 12
son RENTALS P. our -wides at
fictitious name under the provisions oft 10 days. apprentice USN, son of D. L. Openings now

t U the aforesaid Statute. Henry Bell. 1818 NE 8th Ave., drunk, 43 Colored Property Rentals qualified women. Write i CABINET net & Mill MAKERS Custom Cabi- Top prices. M.H.M.. yr. financing Approved -
at Gainesville. Florida this 18th InHistory Larson of 725% NE Third St. Work Inc. has immediate
1 S Dated $25 or 10 days. William Burton Waldo. 44 Cottages for Rent AVON. P.O. Box 448. openings for cut-out men avaiable. See Dad and Brad La,.

S day of August. A.B.D.HUNTER. 1944 JR. $30 or 12 days. Marion Beck, 1135 SEth recently graduated from Field 45 Furnished Apts. Gainesville or call I I FR assemblers, formica men & truck Geneva Trailer Sale
WALTON St.. drunk. $25 or 10 days. O'to Courtney 4 Unfurnished Apts. driver. Call to arrange for interview on Rt. too 1 mile S.E. of
a (3544) 8:20. 27; 93. 10 425 SE 1st Stdrunk and disorder- Medical Service School at Camp 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 2-0421. 37-350 daytime or 372.0070 stone Heights. Open evenings and

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO y. $35 or 10 days. Pendleton Calif. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. TECHNICIAN for doctor's office after Sunday.
FICTITIOUS NAME Criminal Dispositions 49 Rooms for Rent part time, experienced. Send NORTHWEST

:. Pursuant REGISTER to Sectmn 865.09. Florida! Statutes Judge Ira Aug.Carter 21 21 Presiding The school is designed to in- 50 Mobile Homes resume Sun.CLERK to. box 573-A c- Gainesville 13-Help Male or Female TRAILER SALES

notice is hereby given that the undersigned By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS -capias issued for the arrest of: John medical attached 51 Misc. Rentals 2702 Road N.E.
DOUGLAS E. FACKENDER. valid driver's struct Navy men, 51A Wanted To Rent TYPIST fo permanent NOW HIRING At Palm Wald 376-MCi
DeLano Cannon. Bell. no
a doing business as DOUG'SDAIRY 52 Boarders Wanted position with established com. Lne
formerly to Marine units Cooks. counter men & women for
license. Elliott C. DeBose. Hawtnnrre no ; Corps ,
S TWIST DRIVE-IN is now doIng Today is Thursday, Sept. 3, 53 Office Desk Space pany. Must be qualified and expenenced cafeteria line & soda fountain. FOR SALE 52* x 10 mobile home.
valid driver's license. Wilson Eugene
under the firm name of in the care of casualties Business Rentals Write P. O. Box 391. 2 BR. like new. Lot 17. ArcherRd.
S business the 247th day of 1964. There are McKinney. Rt 4. speeding. Thomas G. emergency 5 Sales clerks for sundrie store. Village, after 5
DAIRY TWIRL 2117 NW.a Day & evening shifts 376 P.
DOUG'S Perry Palatka no valid driver's Ii- under combat condi- MAID full time. to care for chil- open. Apply
Street. Gainesville. Alachua 119 days left in the College Inn 1728 W. Univ.
6th year. cense. Jimmy Hersey 3104 SE 16th Te'. dren & home. 8 A.M. to 5 PM.
County. Florida and Intends to register worthless check. K. C. Johnson 740 .tions. SERVICE Mon. thru Fri. References _:Ave. No phone calls. YOU CAN BUY

I .C said fictitious name of DOUG'S DAIRY aforesaid Today's highlight in history: NW 8th St- beating board bill. 22 Spec'al! Services health care required. MEDICINE STENO II
of the Phe3723o.
TWIRL under the provision
sentences: Herbert Doby. Micano- 23 Home Improvements OPENING. above average skillin THE BEST ATNORTHWEST

I Statute. Florida. this tth On this date in 1609, HenryHudson's PY. willful and wanton reckless' driv- Technical Sgt. Dan C. Con 24 Radio 8. TV Service transcribing medical records
Dated 80-ton ship the Hall ng, $20 or 5 days. Harold Edward 25 Appliance & FurnitureAnnouncements 12 Male Wanted rapidly from dictaphone. High
r day of August 1944.DOUGLAS Crews. Anthony. speeding $20 costs and yers, whose wife is the former Help school graduation a verifiable
b E.FACKENDER Moon rounded Sandy Hook on traffic school. Must
I experience re
S R. G. JUSTISS John Edwin McRae Brooker ran stop Juanita Townsend of Gainesville WAREHOUSE man. white or col- locate. reuired.resume. Hospital -

Attorney at Law a voyage from England which l sign. $20 costs and traffic school. Ted has been awarded the Air ored. must be bondable. Night & Welfare Board Tampa.Fla. 50 x 10
113 South Main Street Phillip Pappas. Jacksonville no valid, work. Canada Dry Bottling Co.. .
Gainesville Florida had started in April. Seeking 2 L driver's license. $20 or 5 days. Milton Force Communications ServiceAFCS lust off North Main St., behind 2 BR

; 3575) 1:27 9:3. 10. 17 northwest to Asia Hud.. iobison, Brooker. violation of driver's Van Moving Co. warehouse. Per- SANDWICH makers & counter girls $ c059:
S LEGAL NOTICE passage license restrictions. $20 or 5 days. ( ) certificate of appreciation 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE sonal Interviews after 5 p.m. experienced. all shifts. Alan's

, The University of Florida will receive son sailed up the river now bear. John Smith. 617 NW 12th Terviola. Athe- ANTENNA installation man. Mustbe MR. SANDWICH SHOP across Ju per mo.
in his AFCS unit at HORSE and pony riding, also from Univ. Post Office.
I class of commodities tion of driver's license restriction. $20 or pas
bids for the general ing his name to the vicinity oi, ture. Newberry Rd. 4 o'clock. experienced and reliable. Apply
below. Interested bid- Welcome Jr. 114 NE in SOMEONE to come in and work
as indicated 5 days. Charlie nai Airport, Greece. Church. Call 376-3785 person. Tech T.V. 122 N W.
ders may obtain forms. specifications what later became Troy,. N.Y. 5th St. pulpwood truck safety viola 16th Ave. abut 3 hrs. a day I days a 51 x 10
and other Information by contacting the tion. $25 or 10 days. He is the son of Mrs. Marie WANTED place to board horse in Bookkeeping experience
Purchasing Division. Room 106. Tlgert Victor Lamar Beer. Muford. I n d.. N.W. or S.W. area. WAITERS helpful. Write P. O. Box 612. 2 B

tI' Hall University of Florida. Gainesville.l On this date: Improper parking. $25 or 5 days. Paul H. Conyers of Richmond, Va. Coil 3729661KUT Gainesville Country Club MARRIED couple for general main
Apply office AM to 6 PM
Florida. Allen Woods. Jacksonville no valid driver's $6013per
tenance duties at new Klng'sFo
Sergeant Conyers is first ser- 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON No phone calls
Ill 44-Meat and Staples bids open every In 1873 the Treaty of Paris. license. $20 or S days. Lacy V. Host restaurant. I m e mo.
,r. r Tuesday 10:00 Brown. Rt. 1. disorderly conduct $35 or I geant in the 2140th Communications Beauty on a BudgetAll CARRIER BOYS between 1 & 15 Top wages. Day-5994
Sham-set 50
Monday 3:00 Ave. worthless check. restitution and Squadron. Perm up UD the N.E. and N.W. Sections. 50 10
Ave. 3727726 x
Equipment 17.30 September Britain officially ended the Revolutionary ten 1 tutor for
I (4 US Laboratory $20 or days.Washington Wonderful experience for your beginning
The sergeant is a graduate of Open nights by appt. 2 BR
15 1964 War. Powers. Alachua worthless so. daily contact with the public Phoe 372-3117.
\ 64-116 Lighting Fixtures 10:30 September I check. restitution and S20 costs or Jefferson High School LEARN TO DRIVE opeciai at prepares him for a leading role b Wall to Wall Carpet. Double
11.196464P.74 10 days. Myrtice Woolf. Eau Gallic. Tomas tenti to -nervous or elderly. in his future. For more information Door GE Refrig.
'3 UF Press Pub. 273 11.CO September In 1894, Labor Day was observed worthless check. restitution and $25 in Richmond and a former student Way Driving School. FR call Gainesville Sun Circulation 14-Sales Help Wanted, $ 67
10. 1944 NW 14th Lie bv State of Fla
costs. Patnc Gene Frank. 214 2-70. Dept. 372-8441.
ment 10:30 September 14. 1944 for the first tim. St.. worthless check. $20 costs and at Arlington State College SALESMAN for television and ster per mo.
T. N. WELLS, 6 SPECIAL FULL TIME meat cutter honest. eo. Must be experienced courteous .
I Director of Purchasing throughout the nation as a lega l restitution._ bv Nor Fort Worth, Tex. NOTICE reliable & dependable. Apply in and neat to sell high
disposed of Judge: '
a (3574) 8:271 9:3 holiday.In man cases Bill Crumpton Jr., Rt 2. speeding NOTICE 1 hereby given that we person. East Side Market. 1424 quality line. Apply in person
I LEGAL NOTICE traffic school ordered. Corine Ann Dick- will not be responsible for any. Hawthorne Rd. Tech T 172 N.W. 16th Ave. 54 X 10

I a Th University of Florida will receiveS 1939 Britain and France S. erson. Hawthorne no valid driver's Ii- Walter P. Usr quartermaster more cluttered book shelve. FULLTIME salesman wanted. Re- 2 BR
of the
bids for the general class of commodi- cense. Sharon Linda Gordon. 2423 SE Library accept tail clothing and furnishings. Experience 16 Work Wanted Female Double D Refrig. Front Din

I ties as Indicated below. Interested btc. declared war on Germany, tn<2 12th Ter- speeding. Boone Hardm 1140 third son of used books of all kinds for necessary in retail sell ing .

I ders may obtain forms specifications and NW 55th St. possession of alcoholic beverage Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hertel, Jr. their upcoming annual Book Sale. Ing. Salary commensurate with DAYS WORK or ironing wanted
t I ether information by contacting the Purchasing start of World War II; the Nazu S by a minor. Dispose of used books now for ago ability and experience. 5Vi day by EXPERIENCED maid. Call $6321per

I Division. Room 104 Tigert Hall had invaded Poland two day! Reuben Haward, Alachua. parking on of 906 NW 13th Ave., is serving cause.to the Call Gainesville FR 21061 Public or week. insurance benefits. Write 378113. mo.

r. I University of Florida. Gainesville. Flor. highway. John Anthony Proxeniano, aboard the fast attack submarine Library resume to box 461-A to arrangefor EXPERIENCED legal secretary desires -
I I Ida. before. Tampa. worthless check. Ardell Rose personal interview permanent position, trial
64-Meat and Staples bids open everyI no address listed, drunk. USS Trutta. & civil work preferred. Replyto
Tuesday 10:00 forfeitures: David Charles Koger 8 Baby Si"er. Child Care IF you have aspirations of owning Box 571A Gainesville Sun. 55 x 10

i Hospital Supplies bids open every Ten years ago Two U.S, Rt. 3. ran stop sign. $20. Paul W. Carry Trutta recently departed her your own home. Cadilc bat WILL do ironing fc baby-sitting in BR I

Monday 3:00 Army officers were killed oi 1 Jacksonville drunk. $35. Thomas Luke KINDERGARTEN 6 summer cabin; will my home Phone FR
I 44-120 Cast Iron Pipe and Plumbing Sup.IJi Carry, Jacksonville driving whi:e Intoxicated homeport at Key West to conduct PINEWOOD SCHOOL Qua ified ing to put out so yau can 6173. $6167
10 30 September 17. 1944 Island in $150 driver's license suspended teacher. in life
I plies : Quemoy an artillery t7 pro ram. joy these good things 18 Schools Institutions mo.
44-121 Fertilizers 11:00 September 16. 1944T no valid driver's license. S35. Edward operations with the Sixth Open 7.30 am. to SJ p.m. while you are still able to or ( per

0 N. WELLS exchange between the Chines* Eustis Jr.. 115 SW 24th St- speeding Fleet in the Mediterranean.While daily. if you have reached the end of
I Director of Purchasing Reds the mainland and Na_ $25. Roosevelt Gordon. Hawihcrne. no 1704 NE 9th St. FR 2-3 the promotional trail in your PIANO teacher available. member
I (3585) 9:3. 10 valid driver's license. $35. Robert F. with the Sixth Fleet EXCELLENT child care. Privatu present occuaption. or you desire GMTA: Beginners and Intermed 50 x 12 I
IJi NOTICE OF SALE tionalists on Quemoy. Hag an, Jacksonville. speeding $25. Benjamin home. References. Phone FR to enter a prestige profession iates all ages. 1311 NE 2h 1 BR
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: F. Harris Jacksonville improper Trutta will visit the countries 2380 with membership !'n Chamber or call 372-6532 anyime.
passing. $35. Lonnie Hightower Jr. Indlanapolis of Commerce Country SPEEDWRITING BOOKKEEPING
that the following .
You are hereby notified Club
motor vehicle' 1962 ChevroletI Five years ago-U.N. Secre Ind. parking on highway. $35 of Spain. France and Italy, as RELIABLE child core in my civic groups and be on CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING $6938per

1235 SW S21235A213362 Will be sold at tar>'-General Dag Hammarskjold Fulton$35.C. Roberto Mallard I.936 Prieto.NE 7th Louisville Ave.. well as conduct training exer- home. FR 2-3754. ant communit coite you Secretarial Courses Classes now mo.
public sale at 10:00 AM o'cloc'on the drunk. Howell's Business Col
10th day of Sept.. 1964. at 1321: North in tithe Ky. speeding. $35. no valid driver's license. cises with the NATO navies. COMPETENT mother will care Insurance Corp in Ro 205 formin. W. Univ. Ave.
emphasized a report for children reasonable in le.
Main St.. Gainesville. Florida. The pro- [ 35. Leroy Washington 228 SE her Baird Hdwe. Bldg. 8:30 to 10:30 FR 6-3507 50 x 12
at 909 SE 1st Ave. Phone
ceeds of the sale will be applied to General Assembly that th 19th_ Way. reckless driving $35 hoe FR A.M. or phone 3764 HIGH SCHOOL 2 BR
the payment of the cost of retaking charges dismisse Azel Grant Lewis WANT-AD RATESPH. 61.KIDIE at home. free A mer lean
storlnq and sale of said motor vehicle U.N. held primary responsibilit;V Rt. 1. sign. Bessie E. Scott KORT CHILD CARE Professional Is an old line legal School. P. O.blet. Jacks

and the cost of publication of notice of Hawthorne. no valid driver's license 3728441for .. or mo. Old Newberry Reserve Company with home of- ville Fla 32216. 161. $6938pe
I sale and then to the satisfaction of the in any situation endangerinjworld I Earnest T. Weldon Tallahassee assault Rd. Planned programs. Pick up fices in Jacksonville and is cxpending r mo.
its operations MEN & women 18 to 33 to train for
balance due under the contract with and battery. at Littiewood and Terwilliger through
Dean E. Pogue. 2053 N. W. ttth Ave.. peace. sentencing deferred: Calvin Hill. schools. Call FR 26667. several states. ProtlQ and CIVIL SERVICE

Gainesville. Florida covering the fmanc Water Jr. Hawthrne. following too Only income unliited. via nee Examinations. For informationsend 55 x 12
I Ing of said motor vehicle. Any surplus One year ago-Russia cast he r closely. Agnes Campbl. Cedar Key Clasifed TINY TOT men to fill vacancies name address & Phone No.
will be paid to you. and you wi'l! remain worthless check. created by promotions and Key Training Service. 112 W. 3 BR
liable for any balance remainIng 101st veto to block a U.N. Secur- pleaded not guilty: Paul Allen I DEADLINESTues. expansion. We have: Adams St.. Jacksonville. '

unpaid under said contract. ity Council resolution condemning l- Woods. Jacksonville failure to yield thru Fri. papers PLY SCHOOL $7400per
I I Dated this 21st day of August 1964. right of way James H. Powers 3144 5:30 p.m. Day before publi 1. A highly salable product Real Estate Exam mo.
ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT the killing of two Israelis b;' NW 10th St. worthless check. 24 SE 8th St. FR 4-78M. 2. A market COURSE
cati 3. A generous commission
CORPORATION' sentencing deferred: Calvin Hill. a

J BY: H. L JAMERSON, Syrians. 1114 NW 5th Ave worthless check. For ads to go in Sun. paper-. RELIABLE for Infants Sitter or children wishes to Reason-care overwrite ATTEND HOWELL'S First BUSINESS lesson free.COLLEuE
12:00 a.m. Sat. 4. Unlimited advancement opportunity THIS YOUR
Gainesville. Florida
able. References. Call FR 6-3897. COLLEGE 218 W. Univ. Ave INCLUDE
C3S8419:3 For ads to go In Mon. F 6-3507
paper1pm. CHILD CARE in private home. Located 5. Integrity a backing unsurpassed 3"-3. MONTHLY
By virtue of an Execution Issued out of Met in BoAvliiig Alley ( ad lines) School. Large fenced in yard 28 Livestock & Supplies s SHOP THEN BUY RES

the Circuit Court of Alachua County. & play area. Limit 4 children. WE NEED YOU
Florida nn the case of J. I. Case Credit FAMILY RATES Rates very reasonable. Excellent WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a

j Corporation versus Lonnie Caraway. dated 1 Insertion .......... line references 2 yrs. grade schoolteacher WANTED in anyone interested in dairyman to show us a better AT NORTHWEST

the 2nd day of April, 1943. I have There 3 Insertions ......... 3 line 5 yr. summer recreation sngin gospel 372-941 quartet.. Aft dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills
levied upon the following property. to- They'll Be Married 6 Insertions ._..... Uc line work. 1964 NW Hth Ter. 5:3 P. 16 pet. All Pulleted Drat-

t wit; 12 Insertions ......... 14c line WILL keep children In home Fla. ROUTE salesman for soft drink krn Over 1500 Ibs of PDN 2702 RD. N.E.At .
One Case Picker S-N 8198970 Must be Gainesville WALD
company. or
t Total charge vet II bable. age to .
And that I as Sheriff i of Alachua County. cpte by 461- ,. 376-0205
FR to 5 chua. FR 21WJ L"
AP The jag alley and arrangements total rate 23. Ph 2-n o "
multiplyin Coll FR
I Florida will on Thursday the 10th JACSONVIL( ) x number of insertions. 2.6242. 2105. _ _ _
eared --
I day of September 1944. between the will be were completed.It
hours of II 00 a.m. In front of the North falling tenpins S Five letter words per line

j I Door of the Sheriffs Office located in at Ramona Bowl Friday
the Alachua County Courthouse Games hale finally was decided, how- .. 8 Point

\ I ville.and Florida sell the offer same for sale to said the property highest- night long e n 0 u gh for the ever, t postpone the league Same. a 2 lines ordinary type MOBILE HOME SALE

bidder for cash to satisfy and pay said strains of the wedding march.Sandra opening until Sept. 11. John 12 pointSame

execution. fees and costs. The property Meyrick 18 and and Miss said 3 lines ordinary type
having been levied upon by me and Meyrick they wi a

, will lendant.be sold as the property of the de- James Johnson, 23, chose the be back from their honeymoonin 18 PointSame 50x10 52 x 10

J.M.CREVASSE.JR. bowling alley as the site of time to bowl that night. 2 front kitchen.
kitchen. bedroom
I Sheriff Alachua County. FloridaBY a 4. lines ordinary type 2 bedroom, front
: NOVALENE M. HOON. D.S. their wedding partly bausethat
(3553) 8-13. 20. 27. 9:3 where they met. 24 PointS Reduced to $3495.00 Reduced to $3495.00


AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA At a recent meeting to set the Greeting as S lines ordinary type No. 2423 No. 1569

opening date for their mixed
r IN RE: ESTATEnF doubles league's new season ARI Ore. (AP) Tour
at Pier 2 in this
PRESUMED TO BE DEAD. Sept. 4 was generally favored. 60x10 55x10
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Johnson said that was all right, fishing center may 3 bedroom front kitchen. 3 front kitchen

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATIONTO end up with frozen tuna in their Sam as 7 lines ordinary type bro.
but he and Miss would .
: ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN. Meyrick hands. Reduced to $3995.00 Reduced to $3695.00No.
THE ESTATE OF WALTER SIO-' not there because it was Th G.inesvW. Sun wIll not b
KEY LANG. JR., PRESUMED TO b i. Longshoremen responsible for more than
and truck
BE DEAD: I their wedding day. dive incorrect insertion n wl It No. 3663 2594
-. You are notified that a written petition Someone view any visitor who stopsto be liable for any error advertisement
has been filed prayingfor suggested they i
duly sworn ge a greater extent
Administration in subiect watch the transfer of frozen t

estate Letters and the of undersigned County Judge i man at the bowling alley;1 fish from ships to trucks as a than the by the o ie t in space the advertisement. occupied WHY PAY RENT?
being satisfied that the legal presumption -
of death Has been established: then they also could bowl on potential friend of the fishing No adjt win
You. Walter Sidney i Lang Jr., it alive be made o err not
or any other person Interested in sub- opening night. Gerry Deboer, industry.If materially effect the valve o
estate shall produce before me. the the advertisement.The S
undersigned lect : County Judge of this Court. president of Ramona Bowl, the visitor b carrying a FEDERAL QUALITY

: within three (3) months from the I3tn camera, he is invited to have Gainesville Sun reserves
day of August. A. D.. 1944. (same being went along with the idea and the privilege of revising o rejecting .

the first insertion of this notice) satis-' his picture taken a fancy any advertisement w
factory evdience of continuancy In life offered to furnish refreshments. wit it deems objectionable
M lite laid Walter Sidney Lang Jr. fish. Workers at pier say change tne classification a any
*. N. MCDONALD ] The clergyman agreed advertisement that o 4820 N.W. 13th St. Gainesville
1 t per no,one yet turned down the f ode
Itemty Judge form the h t conform to t policy 1
at the bowl suggestion. o
C5U) 8.U, 20, ui f.3 ceremony paper.



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irtursdoy, :September>> 1964 Gainesville Sun 19

Mol n. Home For Sale 35 Homes for Salt 35 HoUses for SolaSAtETraae. 35 Houses for Sole 35 House for 5.1.LOW .

Lowest prices, easiest terms. 'Urgest BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH $*$ 4 bedrqom, 2 bathhouse BY OWNER. 4 BR 2 bath extra DOWN PAYMENT. terms
display In central Florida. By Investing in a U. S. Steel Home near Sidney 'Lanier and Ig. shady yard. Westmorland, 4018 avail. 3 BR, \V baths CCB.
We trade for anything. Free delivery built in this area by High School on city bus Une. NW. 13th Ave. Available on $84 per mo. Including taxes & -

I up to 100 miles.TRAILER ALACHUA HOMES. INC. $10.000. Can be zoned R7- Phone ( short notice. FR 4-7993 for appt. Ins. Close to schools churches,
MART Phone 376-0630 FR 4-5472. I etc. Dead end street. 1408 NE
I Model Home Sun. PARADE OF HOMES MODELThe 14th Ter. :i :
I Opening every er 3723855. Iii : M A : ;
Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 4 P.M. : ACROSS 31. Fruit .
from 1 P.M. 5 beginning Tropicana. by Hugh Edwards.Inc. juice
East Palatka Phone 328-1050 BY OWNER cen. heat S.
; -_ August It. 3331 N.W. 21 PL FRED. .. has been widely acclaimedGaInesvIlle's air cond. 1.CommerS34Cut
2V bath, 3 BR. family, living,
Compare cost with all other 3 most beautiful homeIn
dining ,
rm. large kitchen. built- dals 3.5. You IlaL
bedroom. 2 bath, fully air cond. its price range. You may now in :

f 4M N.W.HOMES 13th St. INC.Gainesville TIME.homes."YOU'LL" BUY IT EVERY ARNOLD own this equipped marvelous with home central completely air- 3448 appliances.N. W. 12th Ave.Large Phone garage.FR 4. Make well 36..Impolite c c D A R it T I 0 ii

FR 2-5113 Walt Johnson. Mgr. conditioning dishwasher disposal 4518.. 8.Intoxt38.Dcnles j j A i

I SPECIAL BEAUTIFULLY KEPT built-in oven and range, and eating pepper 40. Slave .

104 x 20T Lot for mobile home. 305 and NE screened 6th Terrace.porch. 2 Large Bedroom corner REALTORFAMILY 4rl ; i:1.J i:1.: patio$22,300.gas Ask bar to b-q see grill this luxurious for only FORDYCE plant 42. Rue herb I

S1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes lot. Immediate occupancy. 11.Graph genus RIP r1 .iIcU !
home at your convenience.
Prairie. For appointment
I FR 4-3057. call $11.500. FHA terms. See Dick HOME HUGH EDWARDS INC. 12. Reached 43. By S N 0 0 A M 0 S E

19 54 SCHULT I x 37'.2 BR. 1 with RALPH Robinson.A. FOSSEY. Realtor Comfortable livable home with J 376-7971 REALTORAIR 14. Unsuitable 44. Electric j j j j
three bedrooms and e
bunk. $1500. Good: condition. good iT : BY OWNER large 4 BR, 2 bath particle
11 W. Univ. Ave. 376-13S two baths and Florida room with : 16. .
Phone 4-US7. : home cent. heat & air cond. inside
-I& Shim
l A STEALBY fireplace. The kitchen has ample ; : must be seen to be appreciated. conditioning, wooded lot, 4 bedroom 17. Behold mr
FOR SALE OR LEASE 2 bedroom; space for eating and Includes Financing available Immediate 3 bath, split level, 2200 sq. 18. Person 49. Red lead SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE20.Man'i
V house trailer and nice shady lotS OWNERMUST built In range. oven disposal possession. 929 NE 10th ft. living area, recreation area In ore
N. W. location. 13950. Phone 372- and dishwasher. Hardwood floors. PI. Call 2-8401 days or 4-2748 garage. Very large living room.
sacrifice 3 bedroom. 2 contra; heat and air Conditioning. evenings... exclusive NW neighborhood. Call nickname 52. Unused S.Faroxyna 9. Consign
3039.LABOR bath, large Fla. room large' living large 2 car garage. Attractively -Fordyce J74-1ZM. 53. God ofTuesday
L DAY SPECIAL room. dining room, built-in landscaped lot with privacy. SU300. ,- 3 BR, 2 bath, study, attractive 22. One 4. Bareheaded- 10. Hubbubindiiduai1ty'
SI 1 BR KVn, 34". 1159J kitchen, convenient te shopping 100 x 139 corner lot. at 2225 STONE 13.Arrow
I 57 2 BR Skyline, 42 SI77J NE 8th St. $450 dn. $79 mo.
center and schools. Must see per and glass front steel & 54. Act
\ .57 I OR concrete 25.Therefore 5.And: tat. poison
Campanlon. 31 11195 to appreciate the value. No qualifying. PRESTIGE AREA FHA or pay more dn. Si takeover construction, 4 BR, 2V4 bath home
t SO 1 BR Spartan 30'. S1095S4 Low down payment. Original Beautiful lot on N.W. 23rd Street. 4Vj per cent VA Mtg. at In Skyline Hgts. 2400 sq. ft. 27.FonrardSS.. Drive 6. Goddess of 15. Mexican

I 41 1 1 BR BR Spartan.Spartan 4T. $2195 price $21,400 price now Two bedroom two baths study. $4440 per mo. Showa by appt. many built in features and cent. 28.Willow slantingly mischief: dollar
25' S595
Tremendous living dining area only. Ph. 372-3707. A-c. Low down payment. Call
LocatedIn -
S1M457I. $500 down. _
*9 1 BR Great Lakes 45 x II IV huge fireplace. Fall out shelter Fordyce 374-123A. genus DOWN 7. Eucalyptus .19. Aeronaut
nice NW section at 1321 NW MOVE IN TOMORROW
Nimrod 395. 21st Ave. Phone FR 2-2433. two .car garage, dark room and Unusual floor plan sets this three 30. One of 1" Fr.friend secret1onnr.Caroline 21.Attempt
camper. $395 boat port. Call us for an appointment. .. WOODEDacre
J Trailer bedroom, two bath home apart 2. Cupld" ,, 8. One, 22. Grayish.
parts for sale, 1 miles S. 4i lot. 3 BR home. sliding
. ef Starke on US 301. LAKE FRONT from floors others.newly redecorated Lifetime terrano Builtin glass doors, paneled living room Islands name indefinitely white

MURRAY TRAILER SALES NEAT kitchen. $600. down Includes and dining room. No city taxes 23. Business
I Ph. 9U-0571 Three bedroom 1V4 bath home closing. $101. per month Includes and only $15,000 with good terms. rrw
I ESTATECONTEMPORARY In excellent condition. Pleasant taxes and insurance. Call Fordyce 374-123. -rp 24.Pytexla
33 LOTS FOR SALE Florida room charming terrace : p'St Hugh Edwards, Inc. 26.Musical
HOME with 4 built in outdoor grill. Range, refrigerator 374-7971 ACREAGE ir sJ work
bedrooms. 2V* baths fireplace, air conditioner includ ISO acres, 20 miles from town
75 x 125 CHOICE business proper. central heat air conditioning and ed. Owner will consider any reasonable 'FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA 60 acres in permanent pasture. - 29. Declined
ty on US Hwy. 1. 3 ml. South of 12 x 45 foot screen porch overlooking offer. .. approval you can have Imme- two wells, fenced & cross fenced. ; ; 32. Dutch
St. Augustine In motel area. the lake. CALL US NOW : diate possession and ownership of Vi mile road frontage. a'l! set for
$3300 by owner. FR 4-tIM. TO SEE THIS LOVELY HOMEI FHA v.Q 825 the best value house for sale In cattle farm US per Acre. Call T- commune

$15,000 to FHA Buyer. NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air -Fordyce 376-1236. IF-: = 34.Wife ofBoaz
LOTS for sale In veautiful Idylwlld HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom conditioning. Paneled family room
between Gainesville and the new home with 2 sleeping porches located Ready for occupancy. 3 bedrooms joining living-dining area for extra 4
Coif and country club. Large restricted IVi baths Florida room with fire- zzs jff
at 214 N.E. 5 Avenue. ONLY spaciousness. Electric range FORDYCE 37. the Red
I lots. Certified i public water $16,000 with $12,000 DOWNI place. Kitchen completely equip and dishwasher. Back yard completely -
system. Outside clly limits. I ped. Gleaming hardwood floors. enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. & ASSOCIATES. INC. if if 39.Pollute
$ 150. to $2800. I I LOVELY 3 bedroom IVi bath, split Call 376-6147 for appt. to see at Multiple Listing Realtor = = : / 41.Victuals
Clyde Seckinger, Realtor level home located in 2213 NE 7th Ter. -
masonry Luxury Knit his Jacket with Grace Fordyee. Broker 3Z fl 5+ U
Owner & developer the. N.W. section lust inside the ARNOLDREALTY large Associates 4 3. Dramatize
FR and baby cables for warmth and
Ph. -503S
__ city limits. ONLY S1S.250 with fashion. Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden - 45. Eyes: Old
ACRE lots for sole. $700 DOWN COMPANY INVEST that Rent In a home. Near' O. C. Gay Dick Banks iT Eisa.i .
University and schools LOW
Phone 3724416LOT Multiple Listing Member iffy-knit this (acket. and save a Frances Hough Sarah Goulden
DOWNPAYMENT. 3 bedroom 47. New: comb
ATTRACTIVE 3 376-1236
BLACK ACRES 924 W. Univ.
1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372'3522 fortune. Use cloudlight mohair or 4'
with 3 trailer spaces and 2 bedroom, 2 bath masonry home Associates: Jane Caldwell knitting worsted. Pattern 825: directions home on corner lot Call with pay.for BY OWNER Palm View Estates 3 form
ments less than rent. us
spacious kl'clefInd large screen
trailers. Large awnIngs 3 large Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman sizes 32-34; 34-38 included. BR. 2 bath less than 1 yr. old. 48. Female
patios 3 septic tanks lots of porch. ONLY $17,500 with $700 F. W. Hodge Walter Stoddard appointment. FHA & VA approved. Shaded lot. 45 = = 4: w i Id"

Shade good rental Income. Just DOWN Jimmy Green Thirty-five cents In coins for this no immediate neighbors.. Phone sheep
outside city limits. For sale. FR pattern add 15 cents for each BUILDING? 374-0734.: 47 5. 'a --1- 50. Correlative
4-M83. Let us show you this charming pattern for 1s' | contemporary 3 bedroom 2 bath PARRISHPRESENTS special handling. Send to Laura CHOICE One acre lots beautifullywooded STOP LOOKING .of either.
100 FT. x 150 ft. beautiful corner home with central heat and air Wheeler. Gainesville Sun. Needlecraft : outside City limits, terms Immediate occupancy. 3 BR. 2 +
lot In residential Araquay Park Conditioning. large step down Dept.. P.O.. Box 141, Old available. bath central heat lovely yard. 3'/f 51.TdluriumPar

It. Augustine. $1200 by owner. Florida room and screened In Chelsea Station New York 11. N.Y. $400 total equity assume balanceat : 'i1.' symbol \
Phone FR *- 250. PI!10. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER. ALACHUA REALTYAssociates only $85 month. A lot less thne 2 min. Adee=ea
than rent. 4215 NW 21st Ter. Evenings
Beautiful high & rolling lots good NAME ADDRESS and ZONE. 3725651.

N.W. location. John Merrill ELEGANT AND IMPRESSIVE. 435 N. E. 1st St. 374-2448
Call. Fordyce 3761236.Acre Lovely 3 bedroom. 2 bath home NEW FOR 1945! 200 designs Arie T. Smith. Realtor 3 BR. 1 bath, CCB house, walking
with wall to wall carpet and an more fashions to knit crochet than Mabel Gore. Associate distance to Littlewood & West. 35 Houses for SaleWANTED 35 Houses for Sale 35 Homes for Sal
lots NW.. $300000 res. home Realtor old brick fireplace in Living everl Plus 3 FREE patterns, embroidery wood schools well landscaped.
Ranchettes dolls' clothes. Send 25 cts. 2 BR home on corner lot, lowdown Avail end of Sept. 410 NW ;Jitrt
Sites. S.W. 7V* acres MULTIPLE LISTING room. Nice Florida room, built-in payment $60 per mo. Located 3 BR, CCB with carpet. Furnishedor LOW down payment low monthly
for Needlecraft Catalog. 374-1374.
near Pames Prairie PHONE FR 2.1494 kitchen. central heat and air conditioning new at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call -Ter. Phone unfurnished. Can see at 4005 payments N. W. section. near

MARY MOELLER, REALTOR ASSOCIATESMARCELLA screen porch with a COMPLETE QUILT Tommy Ridgell 3724125. LOOK AIR CONDITIONED! N.W. 13th PI. Phone 376-7384. schools. 372-776 or 372-9531 after
lot. W. Unlv FR .4471 PARDI lovely fenced In back yard with VALUE 16 Quilt 3 BR, 2 baths, central heat, out Someone to take advantage of this 6 PM
W.H.BUCKHANNANTHREE pool and shuffle board court. PATTERNS in deluxe, new REAL NICE 2 BR, or can be usedas of city limits deep well, REA unusual offer. For $1.000 down FOR SALE OR RENT 2 bedroom.
34 Waterfront Property Book. For beginners experts. Send 3 BR house In excellent loca power located at 3414 NW :34th you can move into this Brand S60 unfurnished Will show Sept. BY OWNER. Property appraised
bedroom 2 bath CCB, GOOD BUY owner has left 50 cts. now I tion. Nice corner shaded lot, St.Call. New 3 B R, 2 bath luxury home _5 & 6. 1924 NW 34th Ave. at S26.000, owner will sacrifice

1 traverse rods. $750 down pay town and must sell 4 bedroom with garage. Total price $11.500. on Vt acre lot In NW. Has central DON'T MISS THIS for $22,500. Large lots, 2100 sq.
WINFRED H. CRAWFORD SU per mo. 4004 H.W..21st Drive 2 bath home. Living room family FHA financing available. Phone 372.2372 or 374-1190. heat and air conditioning. ft.. all large rooms 3 bedrooms,
Reg Broker, specalizlng In off 39th Ave.JWK. room and screen porch. Central 35 Houses for Sal owner 3727401. Sidewalk to schools. Beautiful TRULY LOVELY HOMEAt 2 baths living room wIth paneling .

LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. heat and air conditioning. OCALA block. 3 BR, 2 bath, Irg. FOR SALE OR RENT. 2 bedroom Elec. kitchen. For details call Malory Gardens -3'A mi. Southof & fireplace, family room
AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose. Priced to sell. BY OWNER NEAR WEST. open-beam ceiling paneled dinIng CCB, 1S25 S.E. 50th St. Low down Campus on 441. 3 BR. 2 baths, separate dining room. complete
GR 03981.Cedar. WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR, 2 bath & family room with fire payment. Call 374-4444 or 372- University Reatly den for Dad. year 'round com Iy equipped ultra-modern kit.
NEAR UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Ig. LR. family room built In place, Irg. fenced In back yard 1115 N. Main St. Ph 3724351W. fort. Priced right. Drive by chen. bookcases & many other
Key Shoresfine Lovely brick home on kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING built-in kitchen. 3723130 or 4481483. M. Munree., Realtor phone FR 2-4625 or FR 2-C336. features. Can be seen at 4840
372-8404 large wooded lot. Three bedrooms & HEAT. $1000 and 1933.GLADYS WOODROW SEAY Newberry Blvd. FR 131..
homesites from $2250 2 baths large living room with assume mtg. Call 374-2927. LOVELY HOME The Master Builder
2 BR, CCB. carport screened porch Four BR, Fla. 2 bath,
living 1.300 room cen.
fireplace. separate dining room.
I FOUR BR, FHA financing.
non-waterfront from $1510 UNIQUE 3 bedroom 2 bath home. 2 bath CBS.
feet. plus carport and storage. Florida room, plus a detached Complete with large paneled den. near school air conditioner, stove heat air cond., living room, electric BY OWNER 2 BR, 1 bath CCB $91.27 per mo. Only S450

Marina Locations Only $1,900.00 with low down pay. study. Only $17,500. Located at 3707 NW refrigerator washing machine, SMITH and stove newly decorated Inside house, 100 x 100' lot, reasonable down to qualified buyer. Seller
hardwood floors. FHA out. Low down payment, takeover
mont possible. Two bedrooms 23rd Ave. For further details call approved. down payment. $62.50 per mo. 140 pay closing cost. CaN 377-449) tor
INVEST: facilities needed here huge Florida room, kitchen J. J. FINLEY AREA Nice 3 FR 4-0430. Ask for FranK Thom 374-4443 days, after 4 P oM. 374- payments. 1011 NE 28 Ave. NW 55th St. 372.1772. ID -t. to see ISO*.NW. 3th Ter.
372-5393 FR 4-0721.
equipment Included In price. bedroom home walking distanceto 5823. 1034: N.W. 4th St. -

Motel Locations OUTSTANDING four bedroom house J. J. Finley. Large living room as.REDFRANKS HIGHLAND COURT 4 BR, 2 baths, Idylwild Walking distance of new TWO bedroom, tile bath, built-in
In beautiful residential area. Central separate dining room and fencedIn Fla. rm. wall to wall carpet liv- grade school. Beautiful lot. 3 brm. kitchen. cgrner lot. Phone FR 2-
INVEST: accommodationsneeded heat and air conditioning yard. ing room, air condition. Phone 2 bath contemporary home. New 8879 after 6:00 P.M. McCOY'S
REALESTATELOW 3725347 or 3722080. FHA financing. .
many nice features and luxury JOYOUS LIVING Relax and

appointments. Brick construc- enJoy| life and your family in this DOWN PAYMENT in LIBBY BY OWNER concrete block 3 bedrooms Near Finley extra lovely 3 brm, NEWLarge
HEIGHTS 3 BR 2 bath large 2 baths, conveni- MACOMA HOMES INC.
DAVID ANDREWS- tion.DELIGHTFUL 3 bedroom 2 bath home. Large large 2 bath home. Lovely location. 2-story home In new' restrict
Florida room dining room-kit ent. See at 1417 NW 10th Ter.
three bedroom homeIn living room wall to wall carpet Good financing ready for oc- ed residential area. Has 4 bed- ,
REAL ESTATE NE convenient to school. Well and brick fireplace. Separate din- chen combination. Central heat. $400 down, take over VA at $75 cupancy. rooms, 2 baths upstairs; living.
landscaped corner lot with back ing room, Florida room built-in Immaculate. like new. Call 376- per mo. 3 BR, 1 bath, cen. heat dining. kitchen, family room In beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St.
f CEDAR KEY 3841 or 3831 yard fenced for children. Large kitchen. plus a lovely screened 0817 or 376-2927. screened porch. patio. 1942 NE Tradition 3 brm. :3 bath home In study. & powder room downstairs adjoining city limits.
comfortable house with a family patio on a large beautiful wooded :- 17th Dr. FR 22774. Finley area. A lot that has been immediate occup > n c y.
$12 WATERFRONT ,FOOT! room for only $14.00000. lot. we recommend landscaped with loving care. See Phone FR 2-8765, W. P. Ridge-
you let us show you this TWO bedroom CCB home on corner The Charming the Livable
133 Acres on beautiful Santa Fe this one. Good price good -
LARGE beautiful lots in way.
river. with Vi mile Rd. frontage Ridge- BEAUTIFUL Heavily woodedlot large 3 BR 2 bath nearly new lot, $350 down $45 per mo. terms. RANCHO GRANDE TIKI
wood S/D. Littlewood Westwood home which can be purchased below 1031 N. W. 55th
Ter. Phone 376-
less than 3 mi. to High Springs. section at reasonable prices. All fronting approximately Street. with a 148 depthof ft. replacement cost. Entrance 1351. NICEThree 3 bedrooms, 2 boths, 3 bedrnom, 2 both, forge
About (0 SW 15th
acres cleared fram on
house shed and storage room Improvements paid. about 195 ft. Restricted residential foyer large LR separate DR. GLADYS SMITH bedroom. I tiath home wlii study. family room, living screened porch beautiful
r spring. Ideal Club or Camp site. PRESTIGE address In Black Acres. lot of around 3rds ot an panelled Fla. room with kitchen old brick with BY BUILDER RealtorAssociates oak floors throughout good condition room, dining room, oak family room. oak parquet
fireplace. big family
RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor Spacious three bedroom, two bathhouse acre, close In and with plenty of built.in stove & oven dishwasher. 3 BR. I bath, central heat & air close to Littlewood school. parquet floor, drapes infloors., drapes included.
with panelled family room, shade trees. Just $3,00000 cashor Anna Hinson $400 down. $89 monthly' includ-
11 W. Unlv. Ave. Ph. 376-135 Central heat & air conditioningBig conditioning. May be seen by ap eluded. $30,000 10% $28,500 10% Down.
built In kitchen, central heat easy terms. double garage. Nicely landscaped pointment. 3300 NW 28th Ave. Virginia Power Caroline Noyes ing taxes i insurance. Phone FR
Lakefront Furn. house ready two car enclosed garage. Vacant yard. IMMEDIATE OCCU. Phone 374-2258. 1228 W. University Ave. 2-8945 W. P. Ridgeway. Down. Our 1964 Parade Home

S for living. good water 48'xU5r now. Owner will consider PANCY. Easy to own. Call 376- Phone 372.5393ADMIRE 4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave.

lot. dock. good fishing. Lake your offer or will rent monthto M.M.PARR1 0817 or 374-2927. 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In
New Brick Homesby
Alto; canal access to Lake Santa month at $175.00. I "PLANNING TO BUILD"
Fe. $10.300. 468-1758. CAROL ESTATES 3 good -sized SHADOWLAWN
J.W.KIRKPATRICK. I Let us give you on estimate on contracting your new
bedrooms, 2 baths, nice LR-DR ESTATESF.
Ocean front home. St. Augustine SH THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN
Beach, near pier. 2 BR masonry comb., patio, nice yard. Oak I Builder D. OLIVER custom home.
repainted inside and out. parquet floors.; $450 Down, $84.57 ; WIMBERLY ESTATES OFFERING Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290
City water and electricity plus REALTOR & ASSOCIATES INC.H. per mo. met. taxes & ins. if you 3 & 4 bedrooms built.In kitchen I Individual For You
artisan well. Completely furnish 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 Wayne Hill Helen Graham qualify for FHA. or nvke an offer equipment. cen. heat VA no Lloyd Myrick, Bldr. Nite FR 6-5015 or 6-6502
Includes ASSOCIATES Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish on equity & assume large down FHA from $700 Well planned living areas
ed. $13.000 sacrifice price payment. Office located ot N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd.Colonial .
valuable adiacent lot Floy Mathiasen Irene BunnellCapt. 19 NE First Street Tel. 372537 4'A per cent mortgage. Call 374- down-no closing costs. Offering mere qualify Quality material & workmanship .

$2000 Cash Balance en terms to A. W. Pence USN. Ret. 0817 or 374-2927. fer less moneyW I
suit buyer. Phone 3720733. Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew Capitol Builders Inc. A A community you would be
Palm Springs model. One ef Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor 34th Ter. off N.W. 39th proud to live in
OVER 30 acres ef lake front manybearing looking homes we've ever Myrtle Lassiter Associate N.W. 37th Place ft 4th StreetOPEN
pecan trees. Also S furnished MLIKE the built.best Four bedrooms. 2 full W. E. "Bill" Harris, Aisociate HOUSE DAILY Ave. Op** Sunday at >.M or Drive West on NW. 39th
Ave. past the Glen Spring In-
with dock and deep
houses brick facade by appf. J72-5W er 2-0584.
well pump. Many extras. On kitchen arrangement. N.E. 1st St. Phone 374-0817 Call 172-S341 or 174-7788. tersection. See sign on left.
Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis RENT excellent VA Member Multiple Listing FR 2-0866.
No down,
$14.900. money
I'i Jewelry Co. 3 br N.W. kit eq C.B. Near FHA only $800 down. Price Includes
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ST. AUGUSTINE OCEANFRONT school l & shopping, ex terms. 810 fully sodded front lawn. I
3 bedroom 2 bath cottage on 100 N.W. 9th Ave. gas lamp swim club member
ocean front lot only $14.750. S3.- SUBURBAN Charm
600 down balance S8f per month. NEAR SHOPPING ship.VILLAGE i
:3 br. 2 bath modem kit. cent. ht GREENlyHUGHEOWARDLIN HEIGHTSGainesville's

IT. AUGUSTINE REALTY & air beautiful court yd car port I
like new.YOUR 2909 N. E. 15th St. Newest

Corner Cordova 374-7971 Prestige Address
Valencia Streets. HORSE WILL ENJOY Built for Those Who Desire
t THIS ACREAGE NEW 2 bedroom frame house, lust I
Florida ur
St. Augustine Only the Best.N.
2 br, country home apr 4 acres completed nice wooded lot. Smiles
8243331 out Archer Rd. FR 2-6570. W. 43rd A N.W. 17111 PL
vacant Archer rd.SU8URBAN HAVE
I Built by Four ef Gainesville's Comes to Northwest Gainesvilleat
35 Houses for Sole Leading Builders
3 br. 2 bath family rm. apr FRED MASONA.
..crtj tearoom cCB, tile bain. 2500 sq ft living space. dbl car 3 Bedroom. 2Vfe bath home. W. FLETCHER
: carport end utility room. ".000, ort. 5 acres. W of town a' most MACOMA HOMESW.
\ S250 down. Mi month. Phone FRS suitable L beautiful family home. Show house at 3321 N.W. 28th P. RIDGWAY PALM VIEW ESTATES
23355 days. Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom 2

INVESTMENT bath home at 4420 N.W. 33rd THIS WEEK'S IS ON ---- -
i BLACK ACRES Large student home est Income

I PRICED TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 apt Immediate for owner, 1 bl &from Income.N.W. U..F. Court. T. D. Zetrouer Phone SPOTLIGHT 2 EXECUTIVE N.W. 16th Ave. at N.W. 39th Drive

bedrooms. 2 baths. hardwood occupancy FR 43848. HOMES I
l central heat, air-cond t
13 St. Area
1 unitS. electric range and drapes. Large lot. livable house. near UNIVERSITY INN I 4BEDROOM2BATHa A limited number of brick front fully
Lot 110 x 120' with shade trees.J
I business Investment S rental. Enclosed Swimming PoolS
J 3125 W. Unlv. 1.11FR 4- 427. STEVEN FOSTER Family Room I air conditioned colonials are nay under con-
1 bedroom 1 bath a-raom frame Start wonderful evening with a cocktail in the Built-in Kitchen struction. Prices start at $16,350. VA
house close In. nice neighbor Mary.Moeller HEIGHTSLocated Laundry RoomWalltoWall
I S hood. 10. shady lot, $ ,'50. University Inn Lounge. Cocktail Hour is from 5 to S Carpet i FHA Conventional financing. For information

F Terms. Walter Stubbs. Inc. Ph. at N.W. 37th Place & Dressing RoomS 376-7971.
tI 376-534. RealtorMultiple 6th St. New brick homes under .. 9 P.M. Then hove one of the best steaks in town Central Heat Air tend.

'i "3034NE145P1: Dr. I Mo. old 3 Listing construction. Pick your own Both Homes located In beautiful -
in the Steak Room the convenient
or serve yourself I
VA & :
colors etc. FHA Terms.
BR. 2 bath. Fla. room. patio ,1019 W. University FR 4-4471 : high dry wooded area with
I built-in oven and range. Air Associates water and HUGH EDWARDS Inc.
: by smorgasbord wale After & &Iightful meal, return to paved streets, city
cond. Cent. heat. Large corner E. W. Moeller Foster Kesler .1 ,

I lot.7,150.Pool. 372-06SS membership. $850 down. Dick Durbin Sharon Grant Capitol Builder.. Inc. -- the lounge far cocktails and dancing to the music of sewer.FRED MASON, Builder-Developer

I N.W. 37th Place A ItS Street '..-
I SERVICE CALLS $5 Call 375-0141 er 374-7711 : Bobby Griffin's Combo and Richard Parker's Orchestra BUILDER

'1mmediateOccupancy : Heating Air Conditioning PR MM FR 23182
& Refrigeration- Service 'til 2 A.M. II' I "_I-
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Any make Contractor or model window Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT

units and household appli I COMPARE !

ances. Also we clean heaters

CHOICE two. three and four bed- Phone FR 2-5002 KINGSBERRYHOMES I KINCSBERRYHOMES
room homes at convenient loca ..........(or
tions. Quality construction plus -- _ _ COCKTAilS I II THESE HOME VALUES
bonus features such as: real -
STEAK ROOM Compiete dinner noon and night, UNIVERSITY INN
GE central -
lifetime terrazzo floors. l
heat adaptable to A-C GE Toke your choice of over Featuring u.s. Prime and Choice f7 ctn1s. Wide variety 0' melts Charcoal Steak Room, SmorOIs- The Regency 3 BR, II

built-in oven and range a 11 90 beautiful brick steaks prepared tet your taste salads, and desserts to choose board Cocktail Hour 5 to 7. 2 I 2-lHath. entrance foyer :

brick fronts. rustic gas lamps For top quality workmanship Kingsberry homes on our open heart" Holiday Inn, from.see us Open- Palmer 7 days a&week.Sue Long.Come drink for the price 0' 1. Danc. DR. LR, family roomS I SAVE!, ..1IIII01II11IN1..I' II'H'lUiilil....
sidewalks swim club member. call 1900 S.W. 'Iii 2 A..M. to Grlttln
13th St. fR 6.12U. Remember We have complete lop Bobby double carport. central I fi The followInG are now under
ship. 372-6142 Parkers orches- I
& Richard
dinner noon and night for only Combo heat GE kitchen full Ii! construction and will be ready
GAINESVILLE I $9,000 to $30,000oslittieos THE ORLEANS 91 cents. 'ri. 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR -2442-- tot-

No cash down VA.Low UPHOLSTERY I (Formerly Fred"s Locker Room) _ _ brick on e large lot. 1736 I Ii occupancy soon I

FHA down. ISO NW. 13th St. I Businessmen's Lunch .55 BILLIARD'S BOWLING ; N.W. 39th Ave. $19.000; 11 _1_ 3310 N.W. 30th PI.

Also conventional financing. Free Estimates-Pick up and I Served 11:30 AM : O.M.. 10?; down $122.00 per : I BR 2 bath, 1600 dn. $17per
Dinner Savvied 12 P.HI. The following Is ready for
delivery. NO MONEY DOWN month.
month. I
Move in 4562 NW Ut" St.
I lot CUE STICK I occupancy.
on your Fun for not only young men w.ll be closed August IOttt thrv I 1 4UO & 4UI.

TomorrowVILLAGE FREE ESTIMATES on I ITALY IN GAINESVILLE? BUT young women, too. the ':h..for reservicin and re- S 3330 N.W. 28th AY.. N.W. 19th Dr.

S FURNACES and Quality Monthly payments Dine by candlelight In the delight. Bring your dates conditioning 0' our alleys. We' I The Powell 3 ER, 1 Vi : ii 4 BR. JV4 baths. II.'" dt, 1 BR, 2 beth $509 dfl. Ml
A.M. 'In! 12 P.M. see you the 18th. 2606 W.ldoMANI.RO'S
I sIowes lid atmosphere RESTAU.RANT of Italy 0Pef11 905 H. Main Street Road 37..46SC. I bath, oak floors, carport I $165 per me. per month.

[ GREEN[[ Central AirConditioners I central heat, 'ull brick on !
$56.00 specializes In Lasagna Pins. 4119 & 4127
and other delicious Italian FoocI.: a nice wooded lot. 1514 II __-.___-_--__r-tzmem1! NW. 19th Dr.
new homes readyfor 2120 Hawthorne Rd 5-11 P.M. 3 I R, 1 bath $500 du $74
NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. i immediate occupancy. 372-4690 Closed MondlYs. : $500 down, $86.49 per per month.


Best In equipment using In Across from Univ. Post Office ALL OUR HOMES ARE

..emallyln..latedducts.designeeS. 901 Waldo Rd. Featuring our own roast beef SIndDIRECTORY DIRECTORY offered by : I Hope OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY -
engineered and installed IIfich let "atvral gravy. 55 cents.'The Built and ,
byALL Phone 372-2527 best roast beef in 'own.- _ _ _ I 09;; "H" I Inc.
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North Central Florida's Largest PH. 376-8258 Builders of 372.2527 office 1123 S.!. 4th STREET
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Famished model at 2fOf NE 15th 19M NE 23rd Blvd. Kingibcrry Homes Phone 372-6441 home I or Property FR 4-5301 or FR -7Tt9
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I 4 3 Clean out the Closets & Utility' Rooms Now-Pick up extra cash Person to person ads are for non commercial users selling merchandise priced

at $100 or less with the selling price stated in the ad. No additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that ,

DAYS LINES bring quicker action.

DIAL 372-8441 A Courteous AdVisor Will Help You Word Your Ad. J

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42 Farms b Acreage 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. I 49 Rooms for Rent 54 Business Rentals 54 Business Rental.WALL. 56 Business Opportunities J

5 Acres *di new V.A. Hospital. THREE bedroom. 2 bath house on THREE bedroom 2 bath house FOR one or two people, 2 rooms, i Large warehouse for rent. business or office space located NEIGHBORHOOD GROCERY toeat-
Builders interested in Housing. Silver Lake near Keystone. with Fla. room built in range, private bath and private entrance. Call Fordyce 376-1236. in 1600 block West University ly located In Medical School vi
condiminum or Hi-rise. 3762615. N.W. Section. $120 per mo. Phone Call 372164 or see at 1106 N.E. ..SMALL warehouse for rent. Ave. For more Information cinity. Includes Store building, 2
THE TIME IS NOW MARY MOELLER REALTOR 468-1177. Waldo. 9th Ave. DAN BYRD phone FR 63012. Bedroom 2 Bath central heated j
FR 6-4471 residence, another residence for
1019 W. Univ.
modern. 1 efficiency and 1 two VERY nice 3 BR, 1 bath houseat WITH refrigerator room for a 3768268.FOR 56 Business Opportunities
80 acres woodland. 20 mi. N. of bedroom avaiL Sept. .. Phone 706 N. W. 36th Ave. Kitchen quiet graduate student or business rental, plus 6 or 7 trailer spaces.
G'vilie on St. Rd. 121. 1 ml S. GR 5-5375 Melrose. furnished. $125 mo. Call Uni- man. In private home with LEASE 'I SAUNDER'S OIL COMPANY Grocery: alone now grossing over

of Worthington Alachua Co. Ruth 2 bedrooms, CB., house, fur. on versity Realty 3724351. separate entrance. Ph. 376-7673 j Modern air cond. suite of offices. I'I SERVICE STATION MANAGERSAND $60,000 per year. Declining health
Cason. Worthington. Swan Lake. $65 Mo. Also Small 2 BR. kitchen turn. $82JO per mo.. FURNISHED rooms. brick house. Downtown location near court ASSISTANT dictates sale. $45,000 with terms.
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr 740 ACRE ranch at $135 per acre. 1 Br. house $45 Mo. Call FR 2- 24 NE 20th St. Back yard fenced. 2Vi blocks from Campus. 928 house and federal building. Ph. Needed immediately. Good salary
Frank D. Howard, Real Estate. 8352 or GR 5-5220 Melrose. Contact Ward at 372-3289. or 2- S.W. 1st Ave.DESIRABLE 372-7943 or 6-0817. and comm. If you desire to own
your own business. Why not learn REDFRANKSREALESTATE
Finance Co. Office P.O. 6885
House Grady Fla. SANTA FE LAKE. turn. 5 two- single room adjacent I FOR LEASE 10.000 sq. ft. store the recommended ways to successfully -
Rent? Box 703 High Springs
to BR houses modern, clean couple THREE bedroom house with stove to bath, use of telephone. refrigerator building. W. Univ. Ave. Price $800 operate the business
GR 55373.EXCEPTIONALLY. and refrigerator furnished. Avail NW per mo Call Hershall Haynes
gentlemen only. 1416 while you earn. For further details
43 Colored PropertyNew good 2 bedroom able last of Sept. 1311 N.E" 14th 12th Rd. Ph. 376-2W6 FR 6-2641 or B. F. MizelL FR call Mr. DeLoach 3765333. 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-M1T
min. Ter. $115 mo. on lease. Wese- 67551. evening 376-0296. Member Multiple Listing
2 bath lakefront home. 35
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS home., Quality Three Hugh bedrooms Eawards 1 bath.built to University. 3727658, weekdaysonly. man Realty FR 62472. 50 Hotel Rooms '

As low as $43. per month with CONVENIENT house, 3 BR. 2 I
$2,000 down or wiU arrange termsto bath study, LR, DR, garage 2 8R trailer 10' wide on private I
YOU MORE than the ud that will rentit suit buyer. Located 643 NE THREE home at bedroom 4001 E.1 University bath suburban Ave. 6-0018 stove or refrig 6-8924. air cond.. Ig. yard. lot. Can 376-1502 or 376-5856. I

15th Street. Year lease required. S125 per mo.
Hugh Edwards. Inc. L. J. Moratto. 2505 NW 6th 51 MISC. Rentals
Phone 376-7971 49 Rooms For Rent
St. Phone FR 2-4957. OPEN HOUSE
HOMES FOR SALE LARGE house trailer for rent on
2 & 3 bedrooms SE 14th St. & ROOMS for rent $8 per week. large private lot. Ideal for couple.
Here's what COSTS YOU 7th Ave. Small down payment 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 502 N. Mom St. Call for more Information 372-
your monthly payments $57 to $65. 1578 __
ROOMS for men, plenty of hot water
UNFURNISHED 3 BR home $110
Also homes built on your lot
EVERY DAY until it is rented : with FR J-412S.no down payment. Ph. per per mo.mo.Call Unfurnished 3767466. 2 BR $60 3766036., off street parking. Phone 54 Business Rentals Continues This Week!

3 BR, 2 bath, screened porch. $125 IN private home, nice clean room LARGE Rent building Long term
I am Interested in buying sever. mo. Located at 204S N.W. for reliable gentleman. No drinking lease. or sale. 2007 NE 27th
al lots at the right price. Call per Phone FR 65047. Ave. FR 65568.
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: 372-4125- 7th Lane. Call McKinney Greene.
Inc. FR 23617.

$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day 43-1 COLORED RENTALS 3 br, 1 bam family rm. N.E. clean ,
& spacious kit eq. $125.00 II

$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day NOW RENTING 3 rm br, 2 near bath shopping modern kit Highlands sep dr COLOREDRENTALS Don't Forget to Register for

COLORED ultra modern 2 BR du- $130.00
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day plex apartments. large living and 2 br, 1 bath. Rural area. $70.00
dining area, modern kitchen with MARY MOELLER REALTOR
fan large storage closets, terrazzo 1019 W. University FR 6-4471
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day floors tile baths, space heat. 5 room unfurn. bungalow with 2 FREt $100
er and hot water heater, facill baths, 3rd blk. from town. on

$o 5 per mo . $2.16 per day ties paved for streets.washing See machines at N.E., 26th and prominent E. Univ. Ave.avenue. Apply at 304 BRAND NEW DUPLEXESNOW

Ter. or call for appointment 372-
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day 5321 or 372-5322. 7 ROOM. 2 story.3 BR, IV* baths. UNDER CONSTRUCTION
$140 per mo. Garage. 555 NE Back to SchoolWARDROBE
44 for Rent 7th Ave. GR 5-5032-
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day Cottages
3 BR, 1 bath $150. 1937 NW 2nd
COTTAGE Lake Wmnott, 22
on Ave. Phone 376-3401.
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day miles from Gainesville. Lake privileges tz; r
$40 for one. $50 for two. LARGE; 1 story four BR house
372-0481 after 9 with play room. LIv. rm. din. .
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day p.m. rm., kitchen combination. VA

45 Furnished Apts. bath. 4 ml. from town. Good ,
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day yard for children. $125 mo. Call
ONE bedroom duplex. lights & wa- FR 22648. For Your Children From

$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day children ter furnished or pets.couple, Phone only.FR No 6- 2 mo BR Located house for at 815 lease NW$125 20th per St.

5824. Contact owner at 905 NW 20th St.
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day 1 each apartment and efficiency. bedroom house, fenced BELKLINDSEYGainesville
All until. supplied except gas. $75
available Sept. 8th.
and $50. Call only after 9pm. back yard
2125 NW 7th Ter. Phone 372-8932-
Shopping Center
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR 3720481.EAST SIDE a.

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

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

$57 per month upGainesville's Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds be 18 years of age to register.
., Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills
Finest .i Tiled tub and showers Large lawn with grass and
Furnished or unfurnished WESTVILLANW .i Large double sliding door shrubbery Second and Third Prizes:
---- Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart. closets Insulated Attic
35 Houses for Sale! 40 Business Properties ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- Linen Closets Close to school and bus stop G. E. TRANSISTOR RADIOSDon't
2 YEAR OLD.REPOSSESS10N RESTAURANT. 7 hour WANTED roommate grad student 16th Ave. BLEND YOUR FURNISHINGS.For .
VERY GOOD CONDITION 36 acres with 1055 ft. frontage male, share apt. with 2 others, appointment call 3725321 or 327-5322
north of Waldo Rd. on 301, very avail. Sept. 10, close to campus.
4 BR. 2 bath central heat built-
in oven range & dishwasher. reasonable. Phone 4681673. 376-8334: between 6-7 P.M. at 37th St. Take northeast 8th ave. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 block.

2005 NW 37th Blvd. Call First 48.000 square feet business or manufacturing FURNISHED 1 BR apartment at I I
Federal 376-7551. lot. Highway and rail 2126 N.W. 7th St. Phone 3728932.
road frontage. J. W. Kirkpatrick
REDUCED PRICE on this lovely Agency, 31 N. Main, FR 2-8404 EFFICIENCY apt. $48 per mo., Gainesville's newest and most .
3 borhood.bedroom Must home be In seen select to neigh be 41 Residential Income for lights working and water girl or furnished.student. Phone Ideal WALTER STUBBSInc. N i ? luxurious apartment building .. Fail To See The Milton,

appreciated. Drive by 4055 NW FR 6.5824.CLEAN .
12th Ave. or phone FR 2-008. Nlb LAKESHORE
1 bedroom apartment Mi'y
4 Bedroom 2 bath home. Also ad- / 4-bedroom centrally airconditionedhome
across from Campus couples on- i
loining rental
38 Real! Estate Wanted, property. 200 ft. ly. Call 3722830 for details.
frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd Phone 376-5394 W TOWERS
Ave. Will sell together or sepa- EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 i tr
HOUSE WANTED individual will rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- month. Phone 4663448. for less than $95
pay $300 cash to owner or builder 4757. i NOW LEASING per
DOWNSTAIRS furnished ,
apt. 2 "We trade
for equity or down payment
large BR, bath, Ig. living ,
and will pay transfer costs. Must 42 Farms & Acreage rm.
separate dining rm., & kitchen.
be clean 3 BR, m or two bath
Water turn $75 mo. May be seen houses"I
house in Northwest area. Pay ACRE lots at 559 NE 6th St. after S P.M.
ments not over S120 per monthtotal on paved road 2 miles --- -- HOW TO GET THERE:
Call Bambi Motel. for Wy I John from Merrill city limits.Realtor.Only FR$2200.21494.Call Call 3728890. TOP rN,
lie '
COUNTRY ESTATE 46 Unfurnished Apts. PROFESSIONAL CLASS I II Drive North Main N.E. 23rd Blvd.
on turn right at
LISTINGS WANTED 45 acre tract. 4 br. :3 bath ranch CUSTOM ,
Have buyers waiting for farms style home. Private 20 acre stocked ONE 3 Rm. and bath apartment. I THE UNIQUE
and small acreage. lake & 5 acre park like One 4 Rm. apt. and bath. Both BUILT HOME OF r'! and continue to N.E. 12th St. Turn left and follow

CALL lawn. 20 minutes from town. with For Information hot water. call 107 J.SE T.4th Howze Ave., GAINESVILLEJamaicastyle directional signs to model home at 1322 N.E. 31st I
Angle Real EstateC. MARY MOELLER. REALTOR FR 21090. I 0 pace setter ..
1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471 living room Ave.
L. Angle. Broker LARGE 2 BR garage apt., Forty foot Florida room
O. J. Ang'e! Associate CHIEFLAND 40 acres. 25 acres space heater and water furnished -
Paneled library with fireplace
4404 NW 13th St. 374-4927 Pangola grass V4 ml. hiway T.V. antenna. Can see after 9
frontage older j
buildings. $8800 5 PM. at 414 SE 6th St Luxurious master suite with
39 Out of Town cash or terms. Call, write or 9
Property walk-In closetsdressingroom 9 5' Ae
Newberry. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. ; built-in vanity wall f
77 FEET 165 feet
frontage by deepat and shoe closet
6304 Nebraska Ave.. Tampa TWO bedroom available Sept. 16th. TWO bedroom furnished CCB Fabulous kitchen breakfast, -
value. 25.000 owner will trade SI OS for 3 persons one year lease. house. nice furniture. 320 S.E. t utility room and workshoparea LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: and DevelopersSales
for equally valued property In Phone 372-7658, weekdays. 71st St. Phone FR 24535.

Gainesville area. Contact. T. E. & CAMPVILLE nicely furnished 1 bed- .Twenty.six foot closet wall Swimming Pool Recreation Room Office-N.E. 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr.-Ph. 372.3471
Leona Bronson P. O Box 642. Heat
Acres of Picnic Grounds Central
Fla. 3725758. ADVERTISE IN THE room CCB house, students or couple O Guest suite with sunken tub r
Gainesville or phone -
SERVICE DIRECTORY no pets. Phone 481.2178.SERVICES 0 Two landscaped patios 1 Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities
acre lot In most select Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute

neighborhood Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks
Scads of sky light so houseis
0 .
3 Elevators .
csheerful even In gloomy

This lavish weather house or casual Is Ideal entertaining for PHONE .376-4456 HOUSE HUNTING!

Never have you seen so FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
much cabinet and drawer

Home And BusinessAppraisal Three space-car under garage.one roof.Total SALES OFFICE(24 Hour OPEN Service 9 'TIL) 5 DAILY I CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY

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

Service Upholstery Happy to show by. appointmentonly. Butler Bros. BUILDERS FOUR BEDROOM, BRICK COLONIALS $15,825The

FRED B. ARNOLD UPHOLSTER your furniture at 372-1987 brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.

REAL ESTATE REALTOR APPRAISAL reasonable Experienced.prices.FR 6-888.Call Sally.4248 Terrazzo floors, shingled roof, custom-built kitchen, central
SERVICE N. W. 13th TerRemodeling.
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-35?? natural heating G.E. built-in kitchen paved streets all
c tasa47; ; ; BulldozingSMALL More People Have Bought city services. ,

bulldozer, loader dump uo YOU NEED Florida room ex
Leant 372-3332 trucks fill dirt lime rock. Top tra room more room, roof work Hugh Edwards Inc. HomesIn THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE
soil. Phone 377-7844 or maybe a complete new home ,
For a free estimate, &
guaranteed -
work, Carl C. MODELS AT $14,500.
i- LandscapingAppliance Waters, 0.c9.phon. Norfhcentral Florida Since


Crass stock CREVASSE'S Sod of-Garden all kinds NURSERY Main-Nursery Paint carpenter and CALL repair who FR lobs 6-4907 loves performed his trade.by 1945 Because They Recognize MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350

FR 6-2514 for Landscape free estimate.Co. Roofing TRUE VALUE THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH TROPICANA .

& J MODELS $13,000.
Mortgage Broker C. L. HARRELL -
Air Conditioning Contractor 2-3-4 BEDROOM HOMES
MORTGAGE MONEY For all your roofing needs and repairs FHA and VA Walk to elementary ,
cent Interest. Terms to
2lea": call us anytime.
A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP BUY t- BUILD REFINANCE FR 67745Sewing and junior high
First in air conditioning and Ap Call IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYNO I. From $400 down
teed pliance washers repairs., refrigerators We sell guaranDon etc. Byrd Ph. 376-3875 Machine Repair I Better living and

*R 6-0261. FHA and conventional at lowest CALL-SEWING MACHINE SERVICE .
From month resale value.
current: rates. Terms to 25 CO. 115Y.. University j per
Auto Glass years. Will gladly discuss at no Ave. 3761075. We repair all

obligation.J. W. KIRKPATRICK.Call tomorrow.Realtor Make Work fully guaranteed MONEY DOWNV Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street, turn

AUTO CLASS Is our only busi 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-4494
nest pickup Immediate& deliveryAdd Installation FRED B. ARNOLD SewingAlterationsfret A Village \j freen left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor.

beauty & value to your car. REALTOR Dressmaking alterations and re- I I

,,77i MAULDIN'S N.W.6hSt.fR_ AUTO_ GLASS 6-2SSI._CO. FHA AND LOANS CONVENTIONAL Ave.pair. Opal Holder. 2780 SE 19th LOWEST FHA DOWN.by Hugh Edwards, Inc. Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire

121' W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 (FR 2-8626) 376-7971

Auto Equipment GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA PAYMENTS HOMES

exchanged JACKS Repair rebuilt kits tor& W rates.. Untv Terms. Ave to 3725393.25 years. 1228 PICTURE rUBE Repair pecw. $1 Priced from $13,900-$17,250 '" d" I'' I PRICED FROM $16,000 UP
Inch plus $10 to Install mosttubes.
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized F. H. A. & Conv. Loans per
I Year warranty. Special
Walker FORDYCE & ,
Hydraulic jack ASSOCIATES INC.
t Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE REALTORS Reconditioned: TV's from STORE$9 95. Sodded Lawns g J C Night 6-9048
,i SERVICE & SUPPLY U14 S. t" W. Unlv' 3741J1APlumbing 2. Daily 2-9545
.. Main FR 21497. 7 S.E. 1st Ave. Swim Club .t l
I 4 Technician's with 14 years experience

t i Sun Want Ads on all makes.ADVERTISE Air Cond. Optional _ ;
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futures complete
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Thurs day, September 3, 1964 Gainesville Sun 21
f< Business Opportunities 66 Mlse .For 51'.. 85 Automobiles' for Sal ,85 Automobiles for Sal,
fclSTRIBUTORS I WANTED: A rev- 30" range T-V antenna. bed '60 SUNBEAM Alpine, excellent ,,1955 PONTIAC 2-dr.. auto trans..
elutlooary new or'tustIC:' cleaner chest headboard. desk lam p. cond., one owner many extras. V-t. radio heater. $220. Call or MELTON *
Non Toxic -Non chairs cameras 2 typewrlt Irs. Priced right. Call FR 4-7J24. see after 5:30 P.M. 372.3251, at
VoJtile Non Flammable. Approved violin, lamps blender & other 1045 N.E. 13th PI. ALL NEWCOMETS
by U. S. Air Force Items. Ph. 312.5850.CHRISTMAS MOTORS
presently being used for cleanIng : CADILLAC 1955 red convertible 1940 VOLKSWAGEN Sunroof small
military aircraft. First time : NEAR! fully powered with new top. $200. equity take over payments. Ask BMOTOR&
offered tor sale to Industrial and Start getting your gifts now. We See at Tenneco Stat. comer of for Tillis 374-8397 after 4 P.M. 703 N. Main St.
commercial markets can be have Xmas trees. nativity scene S. Main a. 4th Ave. '62 VW deluxe sedan white sunroof
used for cleaning all metals and ceramic gifts. '60 BONNEVILLE loaded ,xce': shiftlock luggage rack. 29.. FR 6-7571
synthetics or natural fiber- ELLA'S CERAMICS lent condition, $1450. 000 miles. excellent condition. $!*. MERCURYS
hot or cold detreaslng or de- 2145 E. Univ. FR 4-5548 Phone 3768687. 295. Call FR 67237.
waxing! -and if used as directed '
for general light or heavy FOR SALE Jacobson reel type 57 CHEVROLET Belalr convertible '41 Chevrolet parkwood wagon with'
cleaning Potential Unl I m I ted lawn mower. like new $70. For all air. Wholesale. STUDENT SPECIAL
power good condition. Leaving
Information call 374-8528. VOLKSWAGEN
Inquire: All-in-One Chemic a I town, must sell. Phone 376- 54 Plymouth perfect cond USED CARSCRANE CO.OLDSCADILLAC
Corp. 1930 N. E. 151 Street ETHAN ALLEN early Amer. furn. 2731. 43.000 sworn to miles. $395. Phone
North Miami. Florida 3314J, or king size bookcase head board FR 44405.
phone 4-7407.. ISO dining table $40 2 cap 55 CHEVROLET. standard trans- .
electronic flashgun mission 4 1942 Fatrlane Sports Coupe in excellent i
tain's chairs $25; cylinder. Perfect condI-
$30. Phone 374-2270. tion. Call 372.4438. 1815 -+JW 7th cond. $300 & assume pay
I PL ments. Can be seen at 1810 NW
GORGEOUS dresses. tweed suit. 6th St. or call 374-5472.
,. tor your UMO appliances evening wrap size 12, linen 1f6J DODGE DART air cond., 4-dr. MILLER.
furniture clothing etc. Call WI'J blouses costume lewelry. men' radio & heater manual shift. 1940 FORD Cony. No money down. 506 E. University FR 6-2425 r
lams Service Center. Hawthorne clothing. beachwear elec. heater. take up payments. Contact Mrs. I
ww. ,
Rd. 371-3937. folding bed. pressure cooker bedspreads undercoating perfect. $1650 Ruby Mulllns at 37234S4 between BROWN 516 S. Main St. FR 2-4251 '
Jt I COINS WANTED sofa bolsters 4xf rug ft warranty.) FR 2.5170.. 1 AM and 5 PM. 1030 E. Univ. .w.a I 63 CADILLAC 60 CHEVROLET

All U.S. and foreign sliverdollars v : other useful items. 231 SE 2nd '57 FORD conv. new top. excellent '41 CADILLAC Sedan DeVUie white FR 2-3582 I Sedan de VWe. air conditioned Station wagoccyJinder..
condition. Valve job being all power and air. Low mileage. tow
mileage 100%
sets and IMS
proof warranty.
MOVIE outfit complete. t mm Key completed. A sacrifice at $725. perfect condition, new tires. Orig- I
half dollars... SHOP stone electric eye zoom lens FR 4-9448 after 9 p.m. inal owner. S2995. Calj FR 2461 I $1095
W. Ave. camera proJector; screen view 1954 Pontiac. HT, AT, PS & PB. $. ; $4595
lOt University err titter; etc. FR 4- 452. Good transportation $225. Also ONE OWNER 1959 FORD Station 1 -
1 h. wife says one of us must go 1953 Plymouth. No beauty but Wagon white V4 with over 1964 CLEARANCE SALE
62 Machinery fr Tools and I'm staying! Get It now. gas runs good. $110.. Phone 6-4402 till drive. Phone 372-4272 or see at '60 CHEVROLET
hand stove. $30; also 55000 BTU oil Donald.6 PM. 4-4873 after 4 PM. Mc 404 H.W, 17th St. '62 CADILLAC I Station wagon. V-l. overdrive.
TABLE porter power
saw. circulator. $75. See at 1336 NE
saw and other portable power 7th St. 87 Automobiles Wa"terCARS 64 DARTS DODGES BIG 880s Sedan de Ville air conditioned,
1962 -
tools. Phone FR 4-9452. radio heater sold and serviced by B I G.
wws power steering new paint FORD $1195
ONE-ROW corn picker. $495. Good BEDS $1395 3725097 before 4 P.M. & WANTED 950-54 Fords CONVERTIBLES, SEDANS WAGONS I
condition. Haufler Bros Inc.. Rtf 30 single Iron beds. good condition. 374-0050 after 6 P.M. .. Chevrolets. AI Herndon Service ,
I J17, Gainesville 376-3334 I 4th St. $3595
3. Must be sold at once Station. 916 SE HARDTOPS
I yr. old. $5. 1959 Chevrolet Impala Conv. All : '
FR 2-0947. 61 CHEVROLET
64 Household Goods power big engine. Five new
LIKE new RCA total sound stereo tires, new battery $875. 421 NW. CLEARANCE Impala hardtop sedan air conditioned
THREE-QUARTER bed with box orthephonle hi-fi walnut console; 3rd Ave. Phone 21820. TROPICALPONTIAC '61 CADILLAC power steering.

springs and mattress. $25. Phone GE W4 :3-speed window fan,table$12 1959 Your Own Deal"TAKE Sedan dc VQIe, air conditioned.
Ironing board. $2.50; bridge Karmann-Ghla. Hard top excellent "Figure
37J-f7M. .. 4 chairs. $5. Call 374-4054. condition. H. H. Everett. $15 95
FOR SALE 30" gas range In excellent Hydrocarbons Plant. Phone 485-
condition. 4 burners. oven OLD wholesale 97 Bergamot to agents Hair Also Dressing Raw- zest, Brooker Fla. 302 N.W. 8th Ave. SALE FACTORY LABEL PRICE. $000.00 $2795
broiler .. storage HO or
space. 41 VOLKSWAGEN .
f Products retail. T. E. Bron- radio. Beautiful
F best offer 376-1775. son P. O. Box 442 Gainesville blue. $1050. 2626 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-2583 DEDUCT 10% . . . . 000.00 '60 CHEVROLET
T-A-G APPLIANCES Fla. 372.5951.DRESSER. 1944 CORVAIR Spider convertible. '60 CADILLAC Impala hardtop sedan. V-l
Tested and Guaranteed $15; 1 electric refriger- Daytona blue radio, heater 4 Sedan air conditioned priced power steering white.
43 Refrigerator from S3t up speed transmission wire wheel YOUR PRICE $00000
ator. $35 1 electric refrigerator FOR THE CORRECT to selL
Ranges from $39 up $30. Phone FR 25435. covers bucket seats 4.000 miles. SHAW
17 Washers from $1* upi Take over payments. Phone 376- TIME $1295
Dryers from $4* up TAKE soil away the Blue Lustre 4339 or 3729774. .
2 Food-Freezers from $W up way from carpets and upholstery $2195
,I 2 Dishwashers from $4* up Rent $1. Me 1955 OLDSMOBILE Holiday power FR 2-1411 !
Furn.sCo..aGair l II Ie steering & 5 YEAR/50,000 MILE WARRANTYSEE
18 TV Sets from $33 up Daniell brakes auto trans.. & '58 CHEVROLET
JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. Shopping Center. radio 8. heater sns. Phone 376- Courtesy Of
41> NW ath ,Ave.Ph. 3725303 2270. '59 CADILLAC Sedan, V-$, runs OK.
USED clothes S. shoes: dbl.clouf University Cheyrolet THE "DODGE BOYS" TODAY ATPOOLE6ABLEM0T0S
t FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks. 30 $35 baby bed $10; ; 1961 Corvair Monza 900. Four. Sedan. air conditioned white
i r gal. with gas heater attached also $2; used vacuum cleaner $15, us Call door,FR automatic. transmiss Ion. N. Main St. at 16th Ave. KEETER and light blue. $2 9 5
150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete rug. $4. 3740015.REUPHOLSTERED. 6-9748
with gauges 2 crane shallow sofa and sofa- 59 BELAIR Chevrolet sedan auto.
well pumps. Inquire Lewis beds. mahogany glass -. dooi trans blue. 4 cyL, $795. 4 29 NW $1595 .
Jewelry Co.ELECTRIC bookcase chests bedroom suites 24th St. FR 6-6732. GAINESVILLEAUTO 238 W. '61 FALCONStation
range Westinghouse. slant-front desks chairs lamps. SALES I wagon, 4 cylinder, radio
30". Excellent condition. $85. and other Items. Nearly Nu & heater.
Phone 372-5734. Furniture ShoP. 324 N.W. 8tr ''POOLECABLEMOTORS 1007 N. Main St. Phone FR 6-5371 119 S.E. FIRST AVE. PHONE 372-4343 57 CADILLAC
Ave. Phone 374-4892. Fleetwood, II r conditioned
KENMORE washing machine $29 | Phone FR 2.6313
k Heavy duty floor polisher $11 GENERAL ELECTRIC 10 cu. ft. re Northcentrol Florida's choice of two. $1 0 9 5
Phone 37J-4474 can see at 1742 frigerator. 4 yrs. old. $50 or rea-
r N.W. 3rd PI.DISCOUNT. sonable offer. Phone 372-5108. DODGE.DART Largest

1 TV antenna electric fry pan red- TRUCKS Independent Deafer $795 '
wook bookcase. lawnmower 4% & 5.% SALE 61 FORD
kv many other items. Phone 372tlTt 119 SE 1st Ave. 372-4343 ,. Sedan V-l automatic trans
'56 CADILLAC mission.
Posts BARKLEYMOTORS 1964 RAMBLERS Coupe: de Ville. air conditioned.
67 Trading
undersell everybody. Value Rated $1295 i

I HENDRIX WILL trade oood 14 foot fiber- 2 DOOR COST $1693 $395
/ FURNITURE CO. glass boat for your car even Used Cars SEDAN
1 NW 5th Ave. at 10th St. trade or boot If warranted. FR plus 4% 68 '
t GE elec. stove for sale. $25. Cal B&G MOTOR CO. THE NAME" '62 OLDSMOBILE Station' wagon, standard trans
after 5:30 P.M. 3727038.
r 70 Boats-Marina Equip. Cadillac Oldsmobile 2201 N. Moin St. $1761 Ft Holiday sedan air condttoned. mission.
STUDIO couch (blue $25; roll
I away. $10. 1951 Colds pot refrlg.. 40 HP Mercury outboard motor 2COI NW 13th St. FR 2.4373 $7 9 5
RH hinge white. 1125"(cost $340) complete with steering wheel 8. J ,
11.1 or 7-t P.M. 2101 NE 7th all controls; $200. Can be seen
St. at Shell Station In Hawthorne. $2595

t burner Kenmore electric hilt 10 foot Atwood sailing dinghy. Good '60 FORD
plate, white enamel new. $58. condition, with trailer, $125. Phone HAWES-POWERS MOTOR CO. < cylinder with standard shift.
10-inch G.E. oscillating fan $4. 372.5159 after 5 PM. OLDSMOBILEI
F R ?im after 4 p m. FOR SALE 14 fiberglass boat. Delivered! With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL 62
sedan, air conditioned
66 Mie .For Sale. 35 Call h.374-4955.p. motor 1 trailer. $695 SMITTY SEZ: STANDARD EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST! Cruise Control. $ 5 9 5

good' Home of 4% Profit 5% Financing
ALUMINUM awnings 10 x 3(. 16' Cabin cruiser plywood. .
t' $125.. Edgar: L. wight. Jr. 442 condition condition.50 h.p.Tilt Mercury trailer.excellent Ph. $2395 '58 FORD

I 11U.I 374-8507 after 5. "We're having a RIDGWAYMOTOR 2 door sedan, 4 cylinder. ,
J Twin needle zip zag in beautifulnew 72 Office Equipment back to school '60 OLDSMOBILE

mahogany tJesk. Sacrifice. CO. 9 I Holiday sedan air condfloned. $395
Original price over $300. balance PRICES SLASHED sole on all of our .
I $152 or payments of $194 per

single month.and Machine double does needle all designs fancy On Less all than types wholesale.of office New.equipment.used economy compact 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 $1495 '57 FORD

button holes zig zag stiching. and rebuilt electric and manual f/ Station wagon.
etc. Mikell's Sewing Machine adding machines typewriters: and 6 cyl
Service ItS W. Univ. Ave. FRI cash registers; calculators; 100
-1355.. check writers of all makes like inder automo $395
new $20 and up. Terms can be 60 OLDSMOBILE
Rudd Meljklan\ vending machine arranged. Will take trade-ins. Unl- biles. All prices 81 Holiday sedan, sharp.
will vend up to ten different
Equipment at F
Items at ten prices. Is regriger versify RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
Call drastically 61 CHRYSLER
4 ated like-new condition. PANY. 2727 N.W. 6th St. FR 2- re- $1295
FR 1-1079 after ':M p.m. Will air conditioned.
10 0913 or FR 22105. Sedan
deliver. duced. If

SET of IS Vol. Americana Encyclo- you ANNOUNCES FOR THE FIRST TIME

pedias. Set of 14 Stodldard's Lee- 73 Musical Merchandise don't like these* '59 OLDSMOBILE $1495
tures. First reasonable offer. Mrs.
Parker 193 Hammock St. Willis- BOUFFET B flat clarinet. just prices m a k e us 95 Holiday sedan sparkling
ton. overhauled in new case. $175 '
BROWN tweed sofabed. used J 2 Also R Maleame B flat clarinet an offer. 62 CROWN
months $35. See after a 30 pm needs work; $50. 444-3237. Mica- $1395 IMPERIALHardtop l

at Chi Ave., Lot 7, Archer. Rd. nop). RAMBLERS sedan, air I conditioned
Village. UPRIGHT piano, will sell to first

I 1960 with WESTINGHOUSE freezer compartment.Refrigerator In good Call person FR with 4-2904.$50. Needs tuning. "700" 4 door 4 speed, '59 OLDSMOBILE $2995

Call FR *
condition. $75 cash. radio $ 81 white and
8887 to see. FOR SALE Silver Conn Constellatton hardtop coupe
i concert trumpet. $250. Call 1545 gold.
I LOSE WEIGHT safely with new 378-1440 after 7 P.M. heater. . . . . . '
Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98 cents. 61 DODGE
3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug WILL( transfer to responsible or console party Nova $ rtradio $ 9 9 5 Station wagon one owner
choice of four spinet P coupe,
Company. pianos. of Wur- 163 CHEVY II 0/0- dean.
net Pianos -
I have a 21" Zenith TV for sale. litzer back. $1CVIF

Works$49. Parker's perfectly.BarBQ wni sacrifice 1214 NW at sound save $220.& motion Wurlitzer pick Organ up payments with heater. . . . . . I D4.V 4 '58 OLDSMOBILE $1295

5th Ave. 3729292.CITIZEN we have a piano to fit U sedan air conditioned.

BAND RADIOSNew 702 any W.decor.Univ.EARL'S Ave. 3744)031.PIANO) CO., 62 VOLKSWAGEN.with: '
and Used $60 $695 59 PLYMOUTHStation
Complete line of photo supplies PRACTICE PIANOS sun245
FULLER'S FOTO INC. Upright pianos,' $95 and up roar, sharp . . ..._ wagon power steering
419 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 Used spinet pianos $495 and up $695

TRADE your costly to operate Used organs. $795 and UP. '58 OLDSMOBILE
$48 for a new glasslined GAS Gainesville Shopping Center Z door, $ 9$ Convertible.
water heater. Much more hot F R 25353. .h.e 1 095 '61 PLYMOUTH
water at about half the cost with er, real clean . . ABOVE OUR COSTFINANCING 95
OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at $5 t passenger station wagon, de-
small Grand Piano. luxe model steering,
ARCHER ROAD. FR A-SUB. $495. Rebuilt power
$650. Also another truck load of 762 4 door, automatic white.
DOWUNG'3 UPHOLSTERY those fine factory rebuilt pianos RAMBLER I
Chairs, low as $8. No money trans '
guaranteed arrived today. 58 OLDSMOBILE $1295
fully mlS$1145
down Free, estimates low as, $5 pickup per and month.delivery We your invite musical you needs.LILLIAN'S to visit. us for all sion, radio, heater. . 1 I 5$. 2 door sedan.

service. All work guaran- MUSIC STORE

teed. Phone 37t-77M. 112 SE 1st Street 762 CORY AIR Monza, 4 sped, 0/0. $395 '60 DODGEHardtop

PRICES SLASHEDOn CLARINET for sale. good condition radio i $ sedan, air I conditioned.

all types of office equipment.Less -PHONE 3 yrs. old.3761349.$40. heater. . . . . . 1295 $795
than wholesale. New. used I '57 OLDSMOBILE
and rebuilt electric and manual FREE Clarinet wood. cost $180.
adding machines typewriters; Just buy $50 worth of Pop music. 18 sedan air conditioned.

check cash registers writers of calculators all makes;; like 100 Call 372-0813. aP.I! automatic $00.77D. '59 CHRYSLER

and Terms be FULL size violin with beginnersbook. : $395 air
I new. $20 up. can t heater. 'J New Yorker hardtop coupe
arranged. Will take trade-Ins. University cheap. . conditioned.
Office Equipment at F Phone FR 65973. I

.. E CHECK PROTECTOR COM .. ORGANS Savoy, 2 door, 6cylinder $1095
0963 or FR 22105. $
Back to school on pi 795 U hardtop coupe.
WE WANT TO buy late model used anos. srcaeallesale See- standard transmission, heater. . I '64 PONTIAC
refrigerators. Exceptionally High
trade-Ins now given. burg organs. I $200 sedan air
WILSON'S EXCHANGE 725421 1025 W. Univ. Ave. I Al FALCON 2 door standard transmission I conditioned.
111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 4-47 contfonTS45
VIOLIN.\ full size good new $ $3295

FOR condition SALE with- T.V.new picture In excellent tube. Phone 372-3117. paint. . . . .. . ., .. 845 Available on all New & Executive Driven 1964 Ramblers. '63 BUICK
$45 Includes Its own adjustable LeSabre station wagon, air con
table. Call 372-8194. Automotive I 2 door hardtop ditioned. '
61 auto- 63 RAMBLER
NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers VALIANT
edgers. tampers light matic F- ONLY FIVE EXECUTIVE DRIVEN .550 sedan, automatic transmis
i 9 5
plants, cable. Wisconsin Briggs 83 Motorcycles & Scooters mission, radio heater. trani$945 $ lion, low mileage very sharp.
t Stretton new and used mo In RAMBLERSLEFT
tors. Rental sales and service. TRIUMPH Motorcycle 500 CC. $1695

I, Meyers 16th Ave.Power Phone Tools.374-3411.230 NE good sell Manor working Motel.condition.Phone Priced t-5212.to ''Al DODGE Lancer* 4 door, automatictransmission 4 WITH AIR CONDITIONING '59 BUICK

I ST. PAT'S size 8 I 10 "shirts size 1963 YAMAHA Y-D 3 250CC motorcycle $ Hardtop, coupe, air conditioned. '

\ f fiberglass lumpers.chairs.PEDESTAL$30. 1526 table N.&E.4 75 MPH.. Four Crash speed.bars 75 and MPG other I radio heater. . . . 995I i I IMS 4 62 door VOLVO sedan air condi

12th Ter.QUAILS extras. Excellent mechanic a I ALL USED CAR PRICES $ 995 f ietled.
for sale. Live or dressed. condition.. Call FR 2.3721 after 1PM. VALIANT 2 door, hardtop automatic $1595

Phone 4812474.TV '

double antennas.stack$3$1100 single complete stack.kit.$7 944 old.S225 ALLSTATE Must Call sacrifice.372-4407 scooter$349 new.5 mos.Now mission radio, heater. . trans$995: t MUST MAKE ROOM FOR THE i '63 sedan CHEVY, automatic II trans

41t NW 8th Ave.
Jim Voyles move Ion. 'S8 PONTIACSedan.
NEED a second TV? I have this 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS 160 2 door, standard transmission I .
area's largest selection of used FORD 1965 RAMBLERSRIDGWAY'S
TVs. Priced from $30. Will finance AiR 1 CONDITIONING uM. u?>> radio, heater, $ $1795 $395

I KIRKLAND RADIO a. Special $2.50 for performance 6 cylinder. . 695I ,
: TV. Hawthorne Rd.. across from test. All makes and models.of . . . .
Gainesville DriveIn."UNBELIEVABLE". Chrysler built cars. Hawes-
t Powers Motor Co.. Air CondI- Afl 4 door, standard I
l. Brand new sofa-bed and chair tioning Servicing Center. 204 N. RAMBLER transmission $ CAN SELL FOR LESS ytEMBE1t
FR 2-2541. ,
j95; platform rockers. $12.95; Main St. Phone
coop chairs $19; all channel SPECIAL auto painting. 2995. overdrive radio, heater, air cond. 7 V5
stacked antennas $4; used refrlg- Auto repair & tuneup. BECAUSE THEY'RE LOCATED
erators. $25; TV's.I Miller 81 Sons *
WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER T32 NW 1st St. 377-7f15 60 METRO 2 door. hardtop, $ to. +
Hawthorne Rd. 3723937. 395
radio heater. ... 41'Q ,tn
Automobiles for Salt JUST ACROSS THE TRACKS ,"
SMALL chest type home freezer 85 I c..
excellent condition. $75. Phone WAJULAr >
\ 3744873. ltU> Faicoiw Small down payment 157 2 door hardtop, automatictransmission.
and take over payments Will take DODGE
LONESOME T-V looking for a new older car In trade. Under guar WHERE OVERHEAD IS LOWERSEE
for $30. $495
viewer will leave home
antee. 372-0736 after S PM. radio heater
Ph. 372-5047. EM NE 11th Ave. power steer., new tires.
1962 VW. privately owned. excellent
condition loaded with extras
Excellent condition 19M Model 4 door, automatic
Stitch 0 Matte Zig Zag does Call 3725151 after S PM. CHEVROLET I OUR BIG SELECTION OF NO MONEY DOWN CARS
all ten fancy stitches al'hout attachments REPOSSESSED sports car. 164 MG transmis- $ ,

buttons, .monograms buttonholes etc.sews Reliable en Midget rack. light, radio blue. heater 3000 miles., luggage Will sion, radio, _heater. __. . 'I 125 r AT

I party to assume only 4 sell for $1750. See at 711 N. Main. Closed Sundays

Manager payments 3727480 of $810.United CaH Sewing Credit Call 374-2511. See J. L. SMITH, WILBUR SLIGH. PAUL 6 I

i USED vacuum cleaners $15 8.up. sedan. Call 3720384. :

some l.ke new. Call 47111 or ONLY 11.500 miles on this 1962 ; B & .6 MOTOR COKCADllLAC.OlDSMOBILE
see at 712 N. Main. I
four dr.. Simca sedan fully HAWESPOWERSMOTOR RIDGWAY
t REPOSSESSEDStyle equipped. O. H. WW. 'Call 374- E
f Mate Singer Like 004 after 5:30 PM. II

L. new monoogrensfancy stitch- 1'" PLYMOUTH 4-door sedan radio .
p01 and heater one owner.
es button holes. darns, mends Best offer over $300. 1724751. '
etc. Assume payments of $7.50 CO.
per mo. Small balance. Mikell's DODGE Royal 19S4. autom. trans I MOTOR CO. :
Sewing Machine Service. UJ W. new seat covers. 4 new tires and
Univ. FR t-1355. muffler good gas mileage. IT5. IMFCIIAL.VAtlANT'CHIlYSUFLYMOUTH.SIMCA N.W. 13 ST.

BABY high BED chair.. mattress.$10. potty$12;chair Coven 63 Call OLDS 372-3492.F-85. loaded! Excellent I 312 N. MAIN STa FR 6-3400 I i 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 i 2201

$2; stroller 5. Phone 3724147or condition. See Mr. Green University
ate at 444 NW 2rth Ave. City flank

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Cuba Issue ; 17.Wheat S. Rushes:To GHS Tightens Up Rules. on .

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Rules for conducting school adopted yesterday by the students -band and floor show, admis- two Dance."F'I
Help IndiaNEW dances at Gainesville High and faculty. :sion is 75 cents per student. I Systems Surveyed
In Chile Vote I School this year will be tight- In a move to limit 'an ex- 'When the music Is*- providedby I Commercial

I DELHI India (AP) ened up under a new policy cessive number of students ] records, admission is 40 the : Industrial 1
The United States is stepping up other schools attending, I cents. I. CALL

its shipments of wheat to this 4Poet9 Wars only students with GHS identification Mrs. Hendrickson said besides Also P. Dressier
JOSE M. ORLANDO ate in other fields. cards will be permitted ,
By '
hungry nation .as heavy mon- the faculty advisor from fug I Contractor
SANTIAGO Chile ,(AP> Chile has received $880 million soon rains multiply the miseryby On BillboardsKELOWNA to buy tickets. ;the sponsoring club, danceswill I Phone FR 6-6193
in funds since GHS graduates with identification The
The people of Chile, Uncle government flooding vast areas of valuable
Sam's favorite nephew under foreign aid on a major scale cropland. B.C. (AP) A and in proper dress be chaperoned by three this N.W. 4th St.
the Alliance for Progress, will was'started in 1945. Aid trickledin Indian officials announced man who calls himself the poetic may also attend. I other faculty members and School

choose a new president Friday.A for 15 years, but skyrocketedin Wednesday 80 UJS. ships are be- carpenter" has found a Students will be limited to -

Castro admirer who promisesto 1961 after the Alliance for ing used to rush shipments of unique way of protesting high., bringing only one date, and f
take over U.S. holdings in Progress was launched.In surplus American wheat. way billboards. one person of the couple must 'A

Chile is running a strong race. the last four years Chile They are to bring four million He cuts them down and leaves be a GHS student. I. Men's-Shop-
A more moderate candidate has received $420 million in alliance tons between now and February behind a few lines from Mrs. Cela Hendrickson, director -i' r Street FloorS
seems to have a good chance of aid, for top place in per -t,..:-,,' the amount that had Ogden Nash to explain poet his of student activities at''

winning, however. capita aid in Latin America been scheduled. work: :GHS, said that hi previous: LAST 3 DAYS
Salvador Allende, a Commu$16.80 against $9.40 for second' *cod shortages have touchedoff I years students from the junior
Colombia in the last fiscal j "I think that I shall I
nist-backed Socialist, and Chris place demonstrations never see
throughoutIndia II high schools and P. K. Yonge i
tian Democrat Eduardo Frei year. and have resulted in the A billboard lovely as a tree I had been permitted to buy I
are leaders in the presidential Allende has launched a determined arrest of thousands of Commu- Perhaps, unless all billboardsfall tickets. I ::;. ". .,;-,:'": .'"." -

election. Frei, a Westleaningleftist final stretch drive to de- nist agitators. Police said they I There are 15 dances scheduled I i FINAL : -- fCLEARANCE -
campaigning a platform feat Frei. He was nominated by arrested I ....
have more than 8,400 I'll never see a tree at all." I during the school ; '
of social reforms, says he the Popular Action Front Communists in the Red year i -
strong Since the, "carpenter" first starting this Friday. All will .
is against nationalization of for FRAP, a Moscow-leaning alliance -hold of Kerala State. Most were struck July 22, five billboards,I be. in the GHS gym. Dancesare I .1. '
eign firms in the foreseeable. of the Communist party, released after being held for valued at up to $500 each, have sponsored by student campus I :4a1.
future. Allende's own Socialists and several hours, he police said.
been found with poem attached clubs and are usually I ,
The United States has poured three other minor groups. Heavy monsoon rains have hit lying along a scenic scheduled following each home
more than $2.5 billion into Chile Frei and Allende seemed northern India the had' been sawed
causing highway. They football and basketball game.I
since 1903. This includes around about until a few weeks I MEN'S CLOTHING
even worst floods in decades. from their wooden supports. When there is a icgular <
$1.7 billion in private investments ago, when Cuba cropped up as .1
and $880 million in publicaid. the campaign's top issue.
Operation of U.S. firms has Forces fighting the FRAP started :
produced $4.5 billion in foreign hammering on Allende's 'SALE ENDS SATURDAY
exchange earnings for Chile close ties with Fidel Castro. ot
r < .
Large-scale, modernized exploitation and one of the most democratic' Jl 0 ts 1' SEPTEMBER 5
began when U.S. companies countries in Latin America. But I I
U.rpe Only CarpetSpecialty
came into the country. Allende's campaign scores I IIKU PENHE'IMER"' MERIT "STYLEMART" -
Kennecott in 1903 and Anacondain heavily among the many Chilean I ,

1912 took over the biggest poor, with promises of improved nc. Shop
mines. The mines' cash-short living standards and & "BOTANY STUDENT" SUITS &

owners sought foreign capital to drastic social reforms. II OF GAINESVILLE

plunge in earnest into the rich, Chile's diplomatic break with I SPORT COATS REDUCED 1/5 TO. 1/2 !
almost untapped ore deposits.Two Havana Aug. 11 has likely hurt II
other U.S. firms rank Allende. Austere President!I INTRODUCTORY OFFER!

after the copper companies in Jorge Alessandri refused for:
investments and in Allende's years to sever ties with the Castro -1 Never before a carpet oi 100%
public list of intended nationali regime. He claimed this'' MEN'S SUITS
zation. would violate the principles of i ;
The Chilean Electricity Co. is nonintervention and self-deter-I DuPont 5QY Nylon so luxuriouslyMAGNIFICENT

a subsidiary of the Americanand mination of the peoples. But he:

Foreign Power Co. The Chilean bowed before the Cuban quarantine -j|i i WERE 32.95 TO 69.95
Telephone Co., is owned by voted by the'majority of the:
International Telephone and inter-American foreign ministers -i i
Telegraph Corp. These two July 25.Alessandri. j I
firms have $600 million invest barred from reelection -! .
ed. has no candidate of his I so deep, so lush, so rich NOW % PRICE!

Smaller U.S. companies oper own in the presidential race. ..I!

I II I in color excitement!


NEVER BEFORE At This LOW LOW Price NOW 79.9099.90S
WERE 10000125.00,

Costly Says KirkTAMPA

(AP) Claude R. ton and runs all the way to the I I: 777SQ & "McGREGOR" SUITS,.
Kirk Jr., Republican candidatefor Tonkin Gulf." :1 INSTALLED
the U.S. Senate, said Wed The Jacksonville investment i: WERE 329549.95, NOW 15.9039.90"KUPPENHEIMER"

nesday that a "no win policy in banker said this policy is par I II ,.;
the cold war begins in Washing- I WITH RUBBERIZED CUSHION
ica.ticularly evident in Latin Amer-I ti I S SPORT COATS, 'I

"We have spent billions to I NO MONEY DOWN UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY WERE 69.95-75.00, NOW 54.9059.90"STYLEMART"

People InThe preserve freedom in distant Select from 15 decorator colors! Limited introductory offer. HURRY
lands," he said, "but taken ; .
no No other carpet compares with it because no other carpet offers such long. lasting loveliness "McGREGOR" &
effective measures to free Cu I and downright luxury at such a sensible price.
NewsLOS ba." He called for establishment .I It provides beauty of setting for any decor or furniture style because its graceful pattern "BOTANY 500" SPORT COATS
of a Free Cuban govern-I is available in your choice of lustrous colors. So beautiful, yet so durable.

ANGELES (AP) Bob- :mentinexile.Kirk WERE 199545.00, NOW 12.9029.90Healthtex .
by Baker, vacationing in Southern I
said the administration's
California, says he may i
move to Los Angeles to practice new foreign Communist policy may oriented yield two To The Economy Minded I 136 I 37 i 38 I 39 1 40 1 42 1 144 1 46
nations -II .

law.The controversial former sec- in this hemisphere. He told A REG. J 6 I 9 123 I I 120 I 129 118 I I 111 I 4
retary to the Senate's Democratic the Ybor City Rotary Club that I Quality Buy, at a Budget Price
majority declined any Chile will vote Friday whether"to I LONG I 2 I 61 I 9 I 15 I 81 I 21 I 51 I 2
go Communist or remain
comment Wednesday in the lat- left of center." British Guiana I 100% Choose S H O.R- I 0I I 1 I 41 I 91 I 41 I 71 I 01 I 0
est allegation leveled
will become "an outright Com 9S
him by Sen. John J. Williams, munist satellite" following independence Continuous From
R-Del. The senator has chargedthat I! '4, LEFT
Great Britain in :
an illegal contribution to October, he said. Filament J4Colors Harfdsome new slacks of
the Democratic campaign in I SQ. YD. .1
g 65% Dacron and
Nylon polyester
1960 was made by Matthew H. Kirk called his opponent, Sen. I
McCloskey Jr., the buildeo of a Spessard Holland, "a fine man,! l\VJl/1111 l' 35% cotton are woven in a
Washington, D.C., sports stadi- a man who has served his stateas I dashing twill weave. Note
i :
um, and that the money was governor and U.S. senator ina I-I II I the neat tab closing, zip- I \\I
funneled through Baker very creditable manner." But front, slash pockets and t!
he said Holland is 73 old
and should years at V cuffs. Elastic back keeps j ;..( ..,.
be retired from of
NEW YORK (AP) -MalcolmX fice. I CALL- llouse f, shirts tucked in. More fall I

the militant Negro leader solids than falling leaves.
Kirk also said that
who quit the Black Muslims Very wash-and-wear.
being the "great constitutional 376-3915
earlier this year was orderedby conservative" which he claims, i i C LT VetsNOW Sizes:3,4,5,6,7,8. 2.99
a judge Wednesday to vacate
Holland has voted with the RIGHT:
his six-room, $16,200 home in i
"very, very lib era I" Sen. r These long sleeve cotton
the New York
City borough of
I For FREE In-Home Estimates Inc. polo shirts are strong yet
Queens. George Smathers on 86 per cent
Civil Court Judge Maurice'of the Senate votes, has consis-i at No Obligation soft. All because Health-tex

Wahl ruled that Malcolm tently voted for increased appropriations -. OF GAINESVILLE: knits them of extra fine 2-ply

whose real name is Malcolm X. and has voted for' 534 N. MAIN ST. combed cotton a very spe
Little lot his right to the :nearly every tax and spending cial way. Pick a peck of pat-

home when he left the Muslims l increase. j terns, stripes and solids. F ;

to form his own cult. The judge .- They'll still look new after -i+

decided the property clearly I WINTHROP 1 A: ; :', :ots of washings.

belonged to the Muslims' Tem- .. ; .. __. 7 8.
.': .>-<:'::.:iv: ;.,. :< .' o:>lzes.3,4,5, 6, ,
ple of Islam, Inc., which had "::: : ;
I < ,, :( .; : 1592.99
: r : .
bought it for Malcolm as a residence -I t Fr x : : 2j
or parsonage. Malcolm's WARDROBE f ; '\"'".i.A:; FloorV
attorney said the decision would : New Little i Boys7 ShopStreet

be appealed. COORDINATES r .Y".'.' ::., .: :

< : :Z9 ,:.
i: :
) War-
ren Eckstein is only 4, but he : : 4 A tK tKF
can stand up to President John- <" '
son quite well.Johnson .A

noticed the little boy : < 1'1
standing beside his 5 iH
father, Otto .wiP <
Eckstein, at a ceremony in I h.

which Eckstein was sworn in asa I 3" t +
member of the Council of Eco.! : I [ ]OOGo
nomic Advisers Wednesday. The !! ; 'h":< .

President admired the boy's "': ". "1 ....'4.. .t.oaM&.M1rr1Li..
new blue and gray striped blazer i&J ". > .' -ii } COOP SHOES( FOR BOYS AND GIRLS <
coat. '
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"That's a pretty .fl.>.:. hc ?..<... ../ :
fancy coat -'-"" :: 'l
: A Big girls, little girls-all girls
you have there" the ,President : LOAFER BROWN OR BLACK . 1600

said.""How about lending it to M TIE: BROWN OR BLACK . . 1399 love these patch work saddles 1

me? ALL SIZES AND WIDTHS OF COURSE by lazy.Bones! Like_ o wonderful ,
Warren paused briefly, then '
replied: "No." crazy quilt of matching or
7.50 to 8,50Ace.
After the ceremony, Johnson : contrasting colors 'I 6
to size.U .
paused by Warren and said:.

"Now you consider that, and, ifycu _
decide you'll lend me the Men's Shoe Shop-Street Floor CWWrwi's s Sines-', -

eo&t.you get in touch with m.'' -
Street Floor ..
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