Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00267
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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 4, 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: UF00079931:00267
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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(AP-Malaysia) entered a stateof
Beauties Beasts in Three-Day FeteBy emergency today to meet a

.. threat of war with Indonesiaand SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) Maj. Gen. Nguyjen Khanh announced
today he has received and of all Cabinet
to combat new race riots in accepted the resignations
BILL HAGER for the first time this year, has Price, Ormond Beach philan- Miss Cowgirl of 1964 and $100 Singapore. Allied British and ministers and secretaries of state who are army officers, includinghis
Sun Staff Writer drawn 18 entrants. thropist, who has donated $750in each for the first three
area New Zealand units moved into own. But he said all will stay on for the time being.In .
The 9th annual Gainesville Today's schedule also in- scholarships to the Miss Cow- up. In addition, the top four con- battle positions.The other words, the rule of South Viet Nam was as confused as at
quarter horse show, a 3-day cluded a 1 p.m. parade of contest girl winners. testants will receive trophies any point in its history.For .
event billed as "the largest ever beauties and show contest- Price, whose national Price donated by the sponsoring Malaysian governmentmoves the time'
being, Khanh said, the three-general triumvirate
held in Florida," kicks off today ants through downtown Gaines- Foundation, Inc. has contributed groups Alachua County. Jun- were matched in Jakarta which
by orders from President Sukarno was organized last Week will continue to run the show
with a 7 p.m. banquet and ville. more than $170,000 in scholarships ior Deputy Sheriff's League, to his Indonesian under a new name steering committee.
preliminary judging in the Miss The banquet and beauty con- to college students, will Gainesville Roping Club and their forces to Asked about the announcement by government spokesmen

Florida Cowgirl contest. test judging at the Manor Motel explain the purpose of the foun- the Alachua County Sheriff's "deploy Indonesia strength"throughout to meet earlier, in the day that one of ,the triumvirate members, Lt. Gen.
The beauty contest, a part of begins at 7 p.m. and features dation. Mounted Posse. Tran Thien Khiem, had resigned, Khanh said:
the"Labor Day Weekend show a speech by Mercei Lee Prize monies include ?450 for (See COWGIRL on Page 2)) any* possible attack. "Gen. Khiem is still a member of the three-man steering committee 1 a
It was the first time British
but he has "
resigned from his government post.
'land New Zealand battalions Khiem was defense minister and chief of the armed forces 1
Chile Vote'Guide' SRD Warehouse Supervisor Here headed into action against Indonesian
guerrillas on the main under Khanh. Presumably he will continue to occupy these posts for
the time being along with all other ministers, but Khanh would not
land of Malaysia. British units 1
To elaborate. He is the only Roman Catholic on the renamed triumvi- |
have fought Indonesian guerrillas -
State rate. The others are Buddhists.
Fired After
InvestigationBy in Malaysia's Borneo statesof
Khiem had been quoted as saying he had "had enough of the
Sarawak and Sabah how-
U. S. Policy ever. Buddhists running the country." The Buddhists had called for him

NORM LaCOE Charles S..(Sid) Robertson Jr., today, to decide whether additional and some other top Vietnamese army officers to get out of the
(c) New York TimesBy A government spokesman said
TAD SZULC Sun Staff Writer 56, of 108 NE 8th St., was sus- action should be taken government. ,
John- The State Road Department pended yesterday.has against Robertson or ,againstthe the British and New Zealand Khanh said he himself will lead the nation for the next two i
WASHINGTON The troops are being used to free critical months, but is down and back
fired -a Gainesville man The action came after a fact- firm involved. prepared to step go to the
administration is watchingtoday's two Malaysian battalions for armed forces once democracy is established. He said he will create
and of
: elections in from his post as supervisor of finding action meeting Robertson was chief ware-
Chile to determine whether the statewide warehouse services, SRD officials at the Testing houseman in Gainesville, a $500- duty battalion in riot-torn of British Singapore.A Gurkha. ministerial councils to set up a new government and to insure re-
;basic concepts of the Alliance charging he mis-used state and Materials Building on a-month post he held since July rifles was replacing unity.

for Progress have taken equipment and accepted gifts Waldo Road. 1, 1958. He had been with the forces'in the Labis Malaysian .at ,.;;:%,' !::f' <::W'N"" _<...."':._,:w.:.... ... ,
to bat-
from persons doing business Another high level confer- State Road area
root in Latin America. Department ,since tle about 30 Indonesian P1 '
Although the alliance, the with the state. ence is planned in Tallahassee early 1953. troopers who were reported para-to ____

program of cooperative economic He was in charge of statewide have landed Wednesday.

and social development 'distribution of materials for A battalion of the royal New
within the framework of political Odds Don't Favor' SRD operations. Materials ordered Zealand'' infantry, already sta- S.r.
democracy launched by in Tallahassee are delivered tioned in the southwestern coastal -
President Kennedy in 1961, is to the state warehouse in area of Malaya, moved into
:not in itself a campaign ksue Gainesville, then are distributed
the Pontian area, scene of an
in Chile, the bade between the Health Care Plan when and where needed.J. Indonesian seaborne invasion
two chief candidates is !largely '

H. Butts of
Melrose, Robertson's Aug. 17.
] drawn the lines jol' rl.liance I- --4. : '
'alon' !
assistant, has .been The government 'spokesman
principles.Thus 'The rSenate made numerous
( ) named to manage the depart' said the Singapore administration -
Sen. Eduardo Vie odds appeared today to be changes in the measure so thereis
ment's work for the time being. had requested help from w f ++
Montalva, a Christian Demo- against enactment of a Social a wide area of disagreementfor
Ralph Davis, executive director Malaysian federal troops be-
crat stands for peaceful: a-.id in -
a Security health-care plan this bargaining purposes .the
of. the SRD of renewed racial clashes
adminis'rat i cause
v e
overly social revolution! and despite the 60-28 Senate conference.
year &Ik
branch, said Robertson's sus- between Malays and, Chinese.
close contacts with the West. wouldset
passage of a bill which A House showdown on the
pension Police
came only after inves- patrolled Singapore
WH'e the administration ha! up such a system. health issue is not expected un-
of streets after bands
tigation several matters. iof Malaysand
ma ntained s rct; public silrncf -
til next. *
health-care the
The provisionswere
week'ajter "The Chinese roamed'the
the Chan elections first involves the use of Leyland -
on written ,into the bill by a Basically, the House bill T
Us no secret hire t at the U.S. 49-44 vote The transport trucks out of the warehouse district, spreading destruc :
Favors Senator Frei. Wednesday. would provide a five per cent ," Davis said. The ware- tion. *
House had included such
no increase in reitrement benefits, house fleet includes three large A curfew went into effect and
socialist -
principal in the bill it passed. A Sen- >
along with some other provi 3a'
Sen. Salvador Allende, the ateHouse'conference committee trailer trucks. the island state in the'young
candidate of the Socialist sions. "It was our finding that he Federation of Malaysia was de. r
Communist popular front, is will prepare the final ver- The Senate voted instead for a had allowed those transport clared to be in a "state of dan- ? ;"r, '

known to favor a considerablymore sion.The $7 monthly basic increase for trucks to make at least 63 unauthorized ger to public order."
Senate named confereeswho
retirees, plus the health plan. "
trips, he said. The Malaysian Cabinet met
drastic approach to reforms -
voted 5-2 the
had against Both bills would increase Social -
and closer ties with Cuba Davis said Robertson was in ,special session to give last-
health benefits for the '
and the Communist nations. aged, Security taxes to pay for sending state trucks to pick up minute instructions to a high-
although normally the added benefits.Vacation. rags and materials from level Malaysian .
While a victory by Senator a con- delegation that "
the Senate in
Frei would vindicate alliance ference.support plan con (See SRD on Page 2)Burns) (See SE ASIA on Page 2)) Mayor; Burns and Wife Enjoy Hawthorne Hospitality II

policies in the broad sense, his The House delegation is ex- EndAt

defeat by Senator A II end e pected to be headed by Rep.

would not only deal a pain Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark., long- UniversityUniversity Vows No 'Pinks' on Faculties I(
ful blow to the U. S. in the hemIsphere time fore of a Social Security-

but would create a financial health program. He is of Florida s t u- "
major foreign policy problemas likely to have a majority on the dents and staff will draw their HAWTHORNE Removal of will be deprived over our own tend to use the power of.any night's Hawthorne rally was a ,
well as a new issue in the group who will side with him. last taste of summer holidays "pinks and Communists" from boys and girls." legislative committee such as warning. -

U. S. election campaign. Nevertheless, Democratic Monday before, plunging into state university faculties got a In a I Sun interview following the "Johns" legislative Investigation "I am putting out a warning

leaders in both branches of Congress work and studies of the fall top priority pledge from Democratic his speech at last night's an- committee."I right now. They (faculty mem-

WHERE TO said they were determined trimester. governor nominee Hay- nual Hawthorne fish fry to an bers) know who they are. It _
to push as hard as possi- Most offices at the Universitywill don Burns here last night. estimated crowd of 6,500, Burns am not talking about any would be wise to send in their --

FIND IT ble for inclusion of some form of be closed Labor Day with He said he has been "astounded elaborated on his antiCommunist committee, ''such as the Johns resignations right now." _'J;' j

health benefits in the final version the exception of offices which as an American citizen" to program. Committee. I mean as governor The 51 year-old '
Comics . . 8 through the of the of- mayor got :
Classified . .14-19 of the bill. require minimum forces to re- find the number of "pinks and "I will use every influence of power more applause from the crowd -- j
Entertainment . 10 The bib: as it passed the Sen- main at work', and the Univer- Communists" on state university the (governor's) office to re- fice and :through the Board of on his discussion of the year- ": j

Obituaries . . 2 ate Thursday includes not only sity Hospital. campuses he has visited move and rid the state owned Control members*' appointed by round trimester system than --

.. Opinion Page . .4, 5 the health-care program but Registration and school prep- If elected, the Jacksonville universities of pink and outright the governor. on his communism stand, although -::

'. Sports . .12, 13 also increased cash paymentsfor arations continue through Sat mayor said one of his first acts Communist influence," Burns He said his statement, outlined both references drew =
;. Women's . . 7 all those now on the Social urday. Classes begin Tuesday as gowrnor will be "to see they explained.He for the first time during the claps of approval. -----

Security rolls. a morning. are removed so this influence' emphasized he did,not.in- gubernatorial campaign at last (See BURNS on Page 2) "' -



I How the 'Trade School Mess' Evolved in FloridaEducation's .. ::1

By CLIF CORMIER, Sun Education Writer avowed,functions is to provide vocational training, but on accountof tions of a statewide vocational study now being made under Dr: .
Alachua County's proposed area vocational technical schoolis the ,location of the University' Florida in Alachua County this Doak Campbell, former president of Florida State University. '. ".

not all pie in the sky.It area is not eligible for a junior college."It The Campbell Committee's report is expected to be published: -

survived -a rocky path in the 1963 legislature to become a would seem only a matter of plain justice to amend the in December and .probably will determine future legislation on voj' !

:' state law.Three law or-regulation which would>permit us to have a junior college," cational education. 5.' -
--- counties Alachua, Leon and Hillsborough pooled the Buchholz report continues. Ocala is about to open such an "But by watching the trends and current thinking on this matter :
their legislative resources to help put into law authorization" to institution for Marion and surrounding counties and will thus be ina I would guess that the next legislature will recommend that fi- *
establish area schools. position to outbid Alachua County in its offerings of inducements. nancial support for vocational education be channeled through the *t s

They succeeded perhaps too well, losing the exclusivity of to industry." junior college program," Bailey ,said. .-..:

their three-county proposal in the process. The act that went into So, according to this report junior college was ruled out here If the climate in Tallahassee is'chilly toward the vocational "

Challenge the statutes took a lot of realism out of the original proposal Not at the outset because the .planners believed the county was "in technical 'school idea, why haven't other avenues such as, the '

just the three counties sponsoring the legislation but, all 67 counties eligible." junior college been explored here! ;. ,
"Politically 'the area vocational school sounds' better "
in Florida were authorized to establish the schools if they can According to Ralph'Turliagtaa who says
.. Rep. was a member of the Turlington. '"Junior;, college sounds too academic to suit some ..
get necessary approval from the State Board of Education.It's House Committee on Education when the area vocational school pcopie '
be the better
though might the for
even of
... bill, in the young '
was discussed
a big "if". being legislature, that also was the people in vocational and technical skills. :

Alachua, Leon and Hillsborough Counties were not bedfellowsin impression among the legislators. 'The vocational people don't want to be swallowed up in a junior ?
To' Alachua the vocational proposal through chance, but more through mis But a search of the statutes failed to turn up a precedent or college and in a way you can't blame them. They are entitled "
chance. "
to some recognition and autonomy. ,
They had one thing in common all were the homes of-state Thereupon, the committee and ,the legislature voted to expandthe With this statement Turlinglon touched on the raw nerve that u-

universities.Any bill authorizing all 67 counties. to share in the vocational has made the vo-ed people so sensitive about junior colleges. ._.,.
counties so they were led to believe, having a state university !- schools. "Have you ever heard of an academic dean ever developing a ,

'were not eligible for a junior college .' State Supt. of,Education Thomas D. Bailey says this could lead to strong vocational program anywhere?" asked Marion Bishop, Ala- .":: :i
No; one knows exactly where that impression started, but it was a political boondoggle of major proportions! chua County's director of vocational education who heads the '

County widely accepted. In the 1957 Alachua County vocational study one "I am opposed to the trade, school mess," Bailey told this reporter county's 51 vo-ed teachers. "They don't like to get their hands _*''*.

., finds a reference to it in a report by F.-W. Buchholz; then. retired recently*' "Perhaps there are one. or two remote areas in dirtY:' 'h'
-- .- supervising principal'of Gainesville schools. the state where. trade schools, may be"in order, 'but otherwise As Manning's- aide on the School Board staff, Bishop has been *.T:" '

-,.-. t : .. Says Buchholz's letter in part: -will'be. the biggest education handout we've,ever had. the moving force behind the. vocational technical School. w-

-: --- .' -.., "The junior college .program is expanding ra YeOnecf its- ..Bailey> said .he'did not wish to,secaad..picas- the. rem- ,ends4 -v .. -. .. (See VOCATIONAL on Pap 3)) :

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MOSCOW (AP) During his terms or less but the Frenchare also noted that Khrushchev'svisit To them,' the tone of the De: diplomatic observers' in Moscow I and Bulgaria. This led to- immediate '

forthcoming trip to West Germany reportedly ready to jump was announced at a time of Gaulle's message seemed unusually -. felt Khrushchev had in mind speculation that he
Premier Khrushchev is the traces. a further cooling in French. cordial. Some West German something more than just a might be consulting..them about

expected to make strong pitches.on West Germany, on the other West German relations. Presi- officials fear De Gaulle might vague hope, for improvement of some possible switch in the -
two fronts. hand, remains under closer dent Charles de Gaulle's World further modify his support of relations.It Kremlin's policy toward Ger- 11

The first is political and would American control and its trade War II anniversary message to the Allied position on the Berlin I was noted that duringhis many. Explains Resignation .
involve promoting the Kremlin's negotiators would be under Khrushchev earlier this week question and the German problem -: current visit to Czechoslovakia Details for the visit still must -

long-cherished plan for a World strong pressure not to grantongterm caused some uneasiness among In general Khrushchev had unexpected be arranged. It is expected that Florida State University PresIdent -cation the Board of Control and Jjj 1
War II peace treaty that would credits. officials of the West German As for the visit's effect on S<>-I conferences with the foreign the visit will come after the U.S. : Gordon Blackwell issued the presidents deal with vexing -

formalize the division of Ger. Diplomatic observers in Bonn government. viet-West German relations ministers of Poland, Hungary presidential election Nov. 3. a statement Thursday clarify- and difficult problems. Its ,

many. .Log his remarks made to a legIslative almost inevitable that such J,
The West Germ _
I Weather, Roundup c bituari..t subcommittee in Tallahassee -a rapidly growing system

meat an would govern-not Red Tide Extent Wednesday. would have these problems and

Analysis: I MRS. C. L. WALDEN The FSU president, whose resignation -this ferment, but we are hopeful -

agree such treaty to ,any but WIt?! Th t \' WALDO Word has been received was announced five they will be resolved and
Khrushchev News ; II here of the death of for- days after a Board of Control florida will move in the fore-

attempt to Means Sought in Gulf ."" :., .........\D.. \ mer Waldo resident Mrs. member criticized him, said front of higher education."

may make his pro- a \........ Chauncey L. Walden. he felt compelled to comment The FSU president said prev.

posals more C \. Mrs. Walden died last Fridayin since the reasons "continue to ious recommendation that he

tempting by moving over to the TALLAHASSEE (AP) The which is triggered into vast multiplication .-.:::; Miami. be a matter of public discus- made to the higher educatiorrcommittee

i economic front and offering State Conservation Department for still unknown rea- BCDEFGHI- ; \ Survivors include a cousin I ion." in January_ have

lucrative trade deals. planned further aerial surveysin sons. The fish drift ashore, driving Partly cloudy through Satur- al. .... Margie Krumrine, Waldo; a Blackwell's statement been sent to members of tne
the Gulf off the north Florida away beachfront residentsand daughter, Mrs. Margue rite explained Board of Education and Boardof I
German day with scattered afternoon \ that he told
The West economy L1J F the committee -
coast today to determine the full tourists and requiring expensive Woodard; a son, C. L. Walden; Control.
depends heavily on exports, and and evening thunder showers. that any decision to
size of an apparent red tide outbreak distasteful cleanups. E _l.. and a brother Pete Home all
I trade deals with the vast, underdeveloped > already known to be v-<;t. Most of the bloom that killed Low tonight in 70s, high Sat- \ = of Miami. leave involves "not only a pull i The recommendations include
Soviet Union always ."J'\ from the new place but some
1 have tempted Ruhr in- It was the first major outbreak the north Florida fish apparently urday 88 to 94. Variable 5 to .. I : FELMY FORD push from behind." I an independent governing board

dustrialists.But anywhere along Florida's had disappeared but Casey 15 mile winds. \ I IH" Funeral service for Felmy and chancellor system, a boardof

diplomatic observers in coast this summer and the first reported spotting two patches of ., I... Taylor Ford, 47, who died yesterday I He said he discussed the regents, individual boards for

Bonn Thursday night were saying ever recorded off north Florida. reddish water characteristic of J, K Partly cloudy through Satur '- 1 in Alachua General.Hos- ''serious problems and frustra- state universities, more flexi-
Dead fish in huge patches red tide near the mouth of the day with scattered showers. Low tonight tions" of,the university systemin bility in operating each univer-
; the prospect of any major 75 to 80. high Saturday 86 to .en&i.aWo. pital after a 'short illness, will
; agreement with Khrushchev is were found Thursday along 50 Ocklockonee River, which drains ,winds.. Variable mostly east 5 to 15 mile be at 7:30 p.m. today in the Florida with committee sity and separate identities for

very slight. miles of shoreline, no more t!'an into the gulf at Alligator Point. Jones-Johnson Chapel. members."It each institution.

j,1, five miles off shore and some ALMANAC Rev. William E. Shea, should be made clear,
t They did voice some appre- drifting onto the beaches. WEATHER pastor hat 'I have had excellent relationships Rep. Osee Fagan of Alach--
More About Sunset today .............. 6:42 p.m.GAINESVILLE of the Highlands Presbyterian -
hension that Khrushchev mighttryto The outbreak stretched from Sunrise tomorrow .......... fl'f a.m. with members. of ua County, a member of the
...... Municipal Airport'rClrlings Church will officiate.
.. ,
off Moonrlse tomorrow 5:24
play West Germany the Audits River southeast of New Moon ............ Saturday night.am. the Board of Control," Black- legislative mmittee who
Burial will be in
against France the questionof SE Asia .., for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: Springfield,
on Tallahassee to East Pass. sepa- The planet Venus rises 2.59 a m. well said. "It is certainly true heard Blackwell's testimony,
trade with the Soviet Union. rating Dog and St. George islands and above much It. The dimmer ruddy Mars planet is now is well now High 90 at 2 p.r.n.'low 69 at 111. that those charged with the responsibility -said the statement does not
France in order to get Soviet lust south of Pollux brightest star of Mr. .Ford, moved here 10
j southwest of the capital the constellation Gemini.I 2 a.m. No rain.TEMPERATURES. for Florida's rapidly conflict with what Blackwell
I orders for expensive chemical From Page 1 years ago from. Illinois. He wasa growing system of higher told the subcommittee behind
t factories, is reportedly ready to Previous red tide flareups heads Saturday for the United CEDAR KEY TIDES member of the Presbyterian education-the Board of Edu-. closed doors Wednesday.
grant the Soviets long term I High Low Precp. Church.He .
have been confined to the coast Nations and an emergencymeeting Saturday High at 1:2 a.m. and Jacksonville 88 79
credits. of the U.N. Security 2:55 p.m. Low at 7:01 a.m. and 7:50 Miami 86 78 was active as a member
I south of Crystal River, below p.m. Tampa 89 75 .03 of the United Commercial Travelers -
The Western Allies have had a Cedar Key. But the new fish Council. I Sunday High at 1:57 a.m. and 1:41 Atlanta 85 63 Congregation B'Nai Israel
there p.m. Low at 7:40 a.m. and tJ4 p.m. New Orleans t3 65 U. S. Power Squadron,
; long-standing policy of keeping kills were more than 100 miles The government hopes Boston 70 63
New York 85 63 .01 Gainesville Boat :Club, Gaines-
such credits down to f the coast and off can be a Security Council meeting -
\"e-year further up an MARINE FORECAST WashingtonChicago 86 64
I ville Little Theater and Gaines To MarlJcvish New Year
to its
area drenched by heavy rains by Tuesday 93 71 : ,
that Indonesia is guiltyof EAST GULF: Variable winds 5 to 15 Kansas City 91 6? .53 ville Sports Car Club.
4 this summer. There apparently charges knots through Saturday. Scattered: showDenver 84 45 -
More About connection between fresh! aggression. ers. Ft., Worth 100 75 Survivors include his former Congregation B'Nai Israel announces cated at SW Second Place and
is '
a Los Angeles 85 60
Seven have been wife, Mrs.. Lillian Ford of:I SW, Second Terrace. All
water drainage into the sea and persons its schedule of services services -
the red tide outbreaks. killed and 48 injured in racial 5 Day Forecast Gainesville; his mother, Mrs for Rosh Hashanah, the Jew will be conducted by Jack

Burns Conservation department biologist disturbances since Wednesday, Louise Ford, Gainesville; three ish New Year, which begins at Zucker.On .
Singapore Radio said today. daughters, Mrs. Carolyn Zeig-
on Sunday.
Randolph Casey, who Five Day Forecast for Florida mal lows in the 70s. preci-!
.. The Malaysian government are ler and Miss Linda Ford, both Monday and Tue-
From 1 flew on Thursday's survey, said charged that Indonesian agents Temperatures will average nor- pitation will be a little below of Gainesville, and Mrs. San- Services will be held Sundayat day mornings, services will begin
Page dead fish drifted ashore at Shell I mal to 3 degrees above with no normal in widely scattered showers. -
were behind the latest outbreak. dra Owens, Biloxi, Miss.; one 7_p.m. at the synagogue, lo- at 8 o'clock. The Torah
immediate Point and Live Oak Point, bothust With pledges of support from! important day to day changes. Rainfall variable up to locally son, George III, Gainesv itl e .reading will be-at 9:30: a.m. and
He promised an about south of Tallahassee.Most its Commonwealth the Normal highs are 87 to 91. Nor- an inch or two.
of the merits and partners, I and one granddaughter. the' sermon will be at 10 a.m.
investigation of the coastline along government acted quickly after More About Monday evening services will .
of "that noble
demerits experiment j
the outbreak was unpopulatedon the of 20 Indonesian ELLEN DICKERSONMiss .
reported landing again beheld at 7 o'clock. "
the trimester. the western side. However, paratroopers in Johore Boom in CrimesPlatuin Ellen A. Dickerson, 68,

Burns said he would require there were many cottages on State, 100 ,miles southeast of who moved to Gainesville two SRD Rosh Hashanah corner. n the. .

the committee appointed to Alligator Point and surrounding Kuala Lumpur. years ago, died today after a first and second day of the He- j

study the trimester program areas. Prime Minister Tunku Abdul BritainPrior long illness. From 1 brew month of Tishri, the
now used by the state universities Red tide is a water condition Rahman said there were "indi She lived with her sister, Page; seventh month of the Jewish-

and back within 60 resulting from the wild growthof cations of Indonesian preparations '-' '-"' Mrs. J. R. Beckenbach, at calendar. Rosh Hashanah inaugurates
report a one-celled marine plant, to mount a big offensive." LONDON (AP) -Britain is London will be caught and con- 2126 NW 11th Ave. Mrs. Beck- tractor, when the contract be- the Ten Days of Penitence
days. He announced the state of emer- experiencing a crime boom. The victed today is 3-1 in the crim- nbach is her only survivor. tween the firm and state pro- the most solemn 'season" II

Noting that he personally felt ency-effective today, and said cleverest lawbreakers this inal's favor. For house burglar Miss Dickerson, a Catholicand vided that the firm was to fur of the Jewish calendar. .\

"we will have to go ,back to! Smathers the government also had asked country has ever known are reversing the rate is 6-1 and for auto member of the Daughtersof nish transportation. He said, ,

the old (semester) way," Burns for an urgent meeting of' the an old axiom to prove thieves as high as 10-1.. the American Revolution, no charge was made back to the I i I Another name for Rosh Hash-

said If the committee. a g. r ees Switches U.N. Security Council, charging that crime does pay. A Cambridge University pro- will be buried Tuesday in Cincinnati contractor for the cost of trans'anah is Day of Remembrance,

with his view, theaemester%- system : Indonesia with ""blatant and Last yearns,highlight was the I fessor: of criminology estimatesthat Ohio, where she was portation. Day of Judgment, Day of Blowing

could be reinstated by- the inexcusable aggression." $7mlllio1.great! train robbery i not more than 15 per cent born. Jones-Johnson Funeral Unauthorized trips: were the Shofar or Ramshorn.
September, 1965, term. WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. At the United Nations in New in Buckinghamshire, the biggest of crime committed in Britain Home is in charge of local ar made "from one end cf the
George Smathers, D-Fla., York, informed sources said the cash crime in history, carried I brought into the open for rangements. state to the other, from Miamito Along with services in the

Placing much emphasis on education -switched his vote on medicalcare council probably would not take off with breath-taking precision. punishment.Even Gainesville," Davis said. synagogue, a special prayer is

in his address, Burns for the aged Thursday and up the matter until next week, This year may be known'as I when a criminal is More AboutCowgirl "Primarily, though, they wouldbe recited at home, before the traditional -
called for a new emphasis on explained that he wanted the pending the arrival of a Malay.' the big escape year. Hardly a I caught his chances of escaping in the Gainesville'area.." meal. An apple or

providing tax supported higher measure to go to a conference' sian delegation. day passes but escapes are re justice "never fall below 50 percent The second matter concerned' piece of bread is dipped
education for average C committee. The alert gives Robertson's "accepting o! certain -
emergency ported.No. according ,to a Cam- to honey at the meal, as a
and C-plus students. Smathers, who voted againstthe police extraordinary powers of 1 escapee was Charles bridge Institute study. gratuities, Davis said. bol that, as bread is sweet, in'I'I
bill the first go around Tues- arrest. shortens trial procedureand This means accepting gifts of
have broader Frederick Wilson, one of the Before World War II the con- From Page 1 the year be sweet.
"We must a
day said his vote for final pas stiffens penalties for "acts train robbers who had hardly viction rate in Britain was always materials: money or other fav
concept of higher education and sage was consistent with what against the government." Judging tonight will be in the ors. I
settled in the maximum secur- over 50 cent the
open wider the doors of our he said was his record favoring 'The two nations have been per study bathing suit category, with con- Since 1961, the SRD has had
state universities to C-students," increased social security bene- engaged in guerrilla warfare in ity cell where he_was sentencedto noted.It testants to be viewed by a pan- a policy that employees may
Burns said. the Borneo states of Sarawkand spend 30 years in solitary.His estimated more than $76 el which includes Price, Miss not accept gratuities or gifts

fits.Smathers said that, if the bill Sabah, nhich form Malaysia bloodless delivery by a slick million worth of property will Helen Mills of Chiefland and from contractors or persons do- !
John Taylor president of the notorious that be stolen obtained fraud
had not passed the Senate and together with Malaya and gang was so or by John Jennings, Mrs. George ing business with the state. The
Bank of Hawthorne, introduced -been sent to the conference committee Singapore.The ., newspapers began referring to this year. Singleton, 0. P. Wells Jr. andG. policy was adopted after a leg-
Burns as a man of "unique Harold Wilson, chief of the I ,British criminologists and the
there would have been government ministry said M. Davis, also of Gainesville islative investigation, when
leadership abilities. no chance for obtaining increased -Malaysian tro:,ps killed four of Labor party, as "the other"llessknown I newspapers have been noting MiSs Cowgirl will be announced state road inspectors testified

social security benefits. Nnw, the Indonesian paratroopers and Wilson. with interest that United States Saturday night, following they were paid by contractors buy.DES -

he said, there is a chance. captured five others. It said one The_great train robbery and police are using computers to al judging. The queen ard fin-I whose work they inspedtd.

Florida's other senator, Spes- Malaysian was killed.In the Wilson escape opened Brit- fight crime gangs-to trap them court will be presented during .
WE GOT sard Holland, voted against the Jakarta an Indonesian For ons' eyes to the fact that this with machine data that fore special ceremonies Sunday af t- Davis said Robertson also was! !

health care measure both times. eign Ministry spokesman said country's criminals through the casts thrusts in advance. ernoon at the horse show I suspended "for conduct unbe- Contact me today

A similar bill has been passedby the airdrop report was fabricated -years have been outracing the This may not work in Britain grounds on Waldo Road headquarters coming a public emplojee." 117 N.E.

SO BID the House, and the confer, to gain world! sympathy and law. because there are few permanent for all show events. "I might say that the suspension -' : /J
ence committee will iron'out the, suppress mounting opposition at It is estimated that the criminal gangs here. I Horse show events are schec was arrived at after a pret- 16th Ave.

CAUSE WE differences. home. chances of a holdup man in British crime rings, a study reported -uled for Saturday and Sunday, ty thorough investigation," DaVis :. ; PhoneFRanklin
generally are composedof with competition in cutting,, commented.
CHARGE SO LITTLE individual criminals brought reining, roping and barrel rac 1 -

I rent a car from /' Cottage Life Director at Sunland Is AppointedPhilips together for a specific job and ing. Also included in the pro- The Gainesville warehouse I ,

:: _CGNG-C disbanded afterward. They recruit !gram is a series of quarter serves the entire state. Trucks :- 2-0444
Joseph R. Kastor has been announced the appoint to his appointmentKastor t the extra men needed. horse races over a 35 -_ yard operating from here make from -
'"'-399 appointed director of cottagelife ment yesterday.The was employed with the track. two to four two-day trips each Ralph Turlingionp
'"' .-- at Sunland Training Center, new director attended U.S. Public Health Service and The gangs organized to do the The public hasn't beer neg- week, carrying materials all
public schools in Gainesville and Florida State Board of big jobs such as London West I over the state.Robertson .
with the
All Included lected in the
G.: OH. Insurance succeeding Richard Fox who End prizes,
jewel breaks get
shop .
DROP CHARGE is a graduate of the Universityof Health.He supervised the ifill .
has been promoted to assistant Florida. He the best tools. They have manager Bob Raine work of STATE FARM -.:.
holds I seven -
: TO JAX AIRPORT master'sdegrees member of the Meth- said. E. J. Annis, head of the persons, including Retail,Mtas& lair.. CaIIPII'J ...
OFFICE AT MANOR MOTEL superintendent. in the public health edu- is a tackled safes with thermal lane three truck drivers and three I.UU.C
Gainesville Association .
American Public Roping I "'Iffa:Eitiimi'gI' *
odist Church, es capable of 5,500-degree heat
Phone FR 6-3644 cation from the University of clerks.
Sunland Superintendent R. C. and in : Health Association and the thrust Police experts say that will present a pony to the per- ___a .
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1 National Rehabilitation Asso will lay out $10,000 for
- counseling from the University' gangs et number drawn by judges. I IIf

: DINE AT THE SIGN OF THE I of Florida. cia tion., ------ equipment to stage some jobs Another attraction scheduled Attention Livestock Producers! .
--- Where are the police ,in this
: '? GRACIOUS HOST Saturday is a 4 p.m. barbecue,
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three times as many unem- 1

ployed teen-agers as there are ...

any other classification of job
seekers and they are largely ..n
responsible for a rise in unem- 1
ployment in August to 5.1 percent r

For the first time in 54
months unemployment had 1_ igll I I 1 ...
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cent. But the decline to 4.9 per 1 STOP LOOK LISTEN. AND SAVE ON AMERICA'S 1

cent was wiped out when the 1 TOP NAME BRAND STEREO CONSOLES .. PORTABLE 1'

WorldFlorida ployment usual drop in in August teen-age failed unem-to PHONOS AND RADIOS LET OUR FACTORY TRAINED ;$' t\.1.\: >Ha :. /

Atlantic University in Boca Raton, the materialize last month. I f EXPERTS INTRODUCE YOU TO THRILLING STEREO. \ -. ,t "., :

state's newest institution of higher learning, departed Heads of families and other .f: 1UAUTY
from tradition in the design of its seal when adults continued at the lowest t.,'. #'': ... ", .
it. unveiled the FAU symbol recently. In artist level of joblessness in seven Q .fr:ff \+ I
A. Schubert's Florida And the number of unem C\.t .
Henry design, appears to lie years. DISCOUKT Ii .
east and west, the view seen by U. S. astronauts as ployed actually dropped by 160- v _-- 4 t'v
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that teen-age joblessness usually 1

Academic Affairs PostThe declines 200,000 in August : MOTOROLA STEREO ( t _____ t i

40,000 more than the case this 1j'i
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University of Florida today .yp. 'f-.1/. '/Yt.pl; Harold Goldstein, a spokesman i WATTS-5 SPEAKERS l..
announced the appointmentof ;.i. ;} for (he Bureau of Labor 1
Dr. Franklin A. Doty as as- :t Statistics, said the rising influxof 1 Now high hear sound In glorlcut + : 1
fidelity that
sistant dean of academic af 1 magnifies $ .i
teen-agers in the labor market every note in the r. 'L
fairs. : is likely to heighten the un- I tonal quality you choose! ;
problem in the I Stereo sounds from 400 to '"
The announcement came employment 15.000 cps: Three separate
'Vice-President of A c a- next few years "if there isn't an I speaker systems! 5 I1.
demic Affairs Robert Mautz. offsetting increase in demand." I speakers! 4-speed auto- _

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Dr..Doty, who has served as ) "; ;; F0i'r": :' ::;;::r.
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chairman of the department of 'l';; t 1

social sciences here since 1961, 1

post.succeeds Kopp-Edgar, left W.the Kopp Universityto to the Morris PASADENA Ankrum, Calif., 71, (longtime AP) :t ., HI-FI; AM-FM STEREO 1 1 I .,, ;I.I.I

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become dean of the collegeof .r
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in 1934 with A.B. degree
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:in history and French. Signed by Johnson 1I changer Stereo tone arm! .

He4ook his master's degree ... ''?_ WASHINGTON (AP) President But, when Johnson showed up : :: :.: .. .. ... 1 j jI
from the State University of Johnson signed Thursdaytwo at the ceremony he also had _>"<"..:.:-,,*_- '">>" -A--1I':: .-- I
Iowa "in 1937 and his Ph.D. in major conservation bills, with him the land and water I -1<" 1 .,

1946. one to protect 9.2 million acres conservation bill, which he said .

He came to the University of of wilderness and the other to would authorize pay-as-you-go t PACKARD-BELL 1 :

Florida in 1946 as assistant pro- finance the purchase of recrea- purchases of lands that will be 1
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rose.to"the. post of deparment signing the meas- recreation.The Celestial sounds the 1111 III ::1 1
chairman before his appoint- ures at a ceremony in the White land and water conserva- of a switch! Six at speakerswith flip $ :_ t s

ment as assistant dean of academic -House rose garden, called them tion bill authorizes establish- wide range of system! i I ;
affairs. "some of the most far-reaching I Hand-wired chassis! Auto 297 s+ 1
ment of fund
conservation that a $2-billion, 10-year matic intermix changer! t 1
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nation has t ,
far-sighted ever cop-
including principally in Eastern ..
numerous publications
the Florida Historical Quarterly ed with. states. -__"' _"",,"', ...- I I 1 e' 1
The White House had an- 1 I .L 1
He is a member of the .
s Johnson said the occasion wasa "' -r'
nounced in advance that John- 1 -
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American Historical Associa- son would sign the wilderness happy and historic one "for y .. ,
American Guild of Or-
tion, the ,
all who love the great American -
bill which sets aside for special
and the American As- +oyataaaa.ai 1i
ganists outdoors. : i :,6.n 1 j
tracts of federal
protection large k :e PACKARD. BELL I.
sociation of University Profes- forest land, mostly in the And he included himself in ,
sors. western states. that category. :11- _
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The unusually mild-mannered "Not everyone in high schoolis students and 280,000 out-of- '.. 1

Bishop is outspoken on the sub- college material," said the school youth and adults. I
ject of vocational education. GHS teacher. "A technical society Bishop is convinced that sucha i I IIDmlillllllllllllllmllllllll lIIlllllmU lIIlIIn lIIlmlllllllIIllrnmJ11! I1lI1Illuulluuu1Ill1llh1ll1llh1zullll1uumiiiiiiiiirimiiiii! imlliimiiIuiiiimiiiu1IiiiiiiuiuHpl61E1 1I/II/IIIIIIIIIN/ I llllllllllflllllllilllllllllllllllll! III l1111NN 1NIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINNNilIIfIIIIIINIINIIII/ ;'I:

He;,believes most of the problems needs brain power in school in Gainesville, serv- ,. .. .if .--. i iF I
; besetting vocational education trades too. ing Alachua and the surrounding I .: ,

today are spawned bya In July the School Board allocated counties of Gilchrist, Levy, Su- .,I ....
baa: image being perpetuatedby $40,000 in its budget to I wannee and Bradford would I:,.
teachers.: equip an electronics classroomat i have no problem with enroll- I.

"yo-ed has been a step-child," GHS. It was the first large !,ment. !I ...

Bisjiop said, "a place to park expenditure spent on vocational "A lot of students are.not in- I III, .
the-stow learner. Even so, our education since 1957. terested in taking the vocational --- 4 f 111s 1

vocational education teachers courses now because they I Iii
Why hasn't there been more? : .
have.done a very creditable job "We could never stand the are branded at their own t I I I il '
of making,successful people out of schools. But if there were a '
expense ,building five elec- .
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the. academic teachers. Alachua County," Bishop! education that would be a I MOTOROLA 2
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I learn while doing something said.staff one"But large we electronics could equip class-and 1 Abudget-piiced6eautyi! Strong volume, clear tone 5-tube clock-radio il :

I with their hands now winning But if, as the vo-ed teacherssay I
wide acceptance in the field of room and transport students high school teachers have 97I :
from all the schools to attendit. :
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tional teachers, Bishop said. There might also be a large vocations, what assurance is I :
Other vocational teachers refer there that they will not look .

*to- the proportion of tax machine laboratory shop, an and office machine down on an area vocational Has 10 long-life transistors plus 1 7 long-life transistors plus 1 I Has five tubes; Wake-to-Music switch; built. ,1 .'
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whose counselors are Add central air conditioning to : -
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Florida already has nine or .o.iltgs.FREE I
lege preparatory.programs ESTIMATES ;
would ten vocational schools "havingthe CALL
many actually
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s -..; ARMY WORMS* 1 Was D. C. Stadium Bill Steamrollered Through Conress-_ :__- 1

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By CLARK MOLLENHOFF Senator John J. Williams, tol office while the then secre- the legislation through, the essary to set the stage for Mat- ing the D. C. Stadium b ill{were some strange maneuversto
I Cowles Washington Bureau Rep., Del., said that oppositionby tary to the Democratic majority House, Reynolds said that Baker -thew McCloskey' receive the through Congress and the ear- get this stadium legislation

t' LAWNS WASHINGTON, D. C. -Representative Representative Gross bott was engaged in'dozens of made calls to see if the Sen- construction contract of $15CSO- ly morning meeting.The through, but I had no idea of
H. R. Gross, Rep, led up the D. C.. Stadium bill conversations with House and ate would agree to recall its 000, and for Reynolds to receivethe Delaware senator said all of the devious deals that

-.. Gainesville lawns have been la., has been identified as the for several days in. 1959 and Senate leaders, including Ray- bill from the House and take a performance bond b u si- that Reynolds related the problem were taking place in connec-
placed .the whole stadium proJ- burn, to complete the compli- new action on the ,House mea- ness.
.severely attacked during the major stumbling block to Bobby Baker was having with tion with this stadium construction -
until last minute
in a cated
ect jeopardy and unusual maneuvers
Baker's maneuver to sure. Senator Williams praised Representative and the performancebond
past three weeks by an insect pass conductedby Gross, and that
Iknown as the Army Worm. the controversial D. C. Stadiumbill. maneuver was necessary to gain passage of Again, Cross stood in the Gross for "his stout effort to when he checked the Congres- ," Representative Gross
-During the early stages of in- I the Democratic leadershipin the controversial bill. way but the record showed that defeat this legislation and to sional Record he found that
and Senate with
festation the worm feedlot I the House Gross opposed the bill and on Rayburn ruled that a quorum block the steam roller tactics Gross had been just as mucha said.Gross said that he feels that
the base of the grass near the Baker pulling the strings. Sept. 12 had refused to give unanimous -was present in the House and that Bobby Baker and the Dem- thorn in the side of Bobby Reynolds is to be congratulated -
.ground and consequently heavy PROFANE Maryland insurance man DonB. consent to House acceptance -that the House had agreed to ocratic leaders were using Baker and the Democratic for coming forward at this

damage can occur before the Reynolds, a key figure in of a Senate version of return the bill to the Senate, "I am sure that Representative leadership as Reynolds had in 'stage anod "telling the t rut h
iTworm is noticed. The adult female the Baker investigation, told of the bill. Reynolds said. dicated. Bob-
I Gross had no knowledge at about the sordid payoffs to
lays up to one thousand LP. MS spending an entire eveningBaker's in He 'declared that "in and eynoldsexplained that when
any that time of all of the strings Gross said that "the Con- by Baker and to the Johnson
eggs and damage sometimes office as 'Baker, Majority every way possible" he would that maneuver was completed that funds..
were being pulled to over- gress and the American peepie campaign
.seems to appear over night.The HOTTER THAN Leader Lyndon B. John
oppose legislation which it was possible to simply-return ride his objections in th e owe Senator Williams a debt: "Reynolds admits -that "he
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Florida Pest Control & Chem- Cook & Heat Water Rayburn "tried to outmaneuver million from Federal
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I j was present in Baker's Capi- Blocked in the effort to -get ,age of the stadium'bill was ne c-: the role of Bobby Baker in push "I was aware that there Gross: said.

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ARMY WORMS Was D. C. Through Congress : : :

.-. DESTROY'GAINESVillE ,I By 'CLARK MOLLENHOFF Senator John J. Williams, rt tol offiCe. while the then secretary -the legislation through the essary to set the stage for Mat ing the D. C. Stadium b ill were some strange maneuversto

[ Cowles Washington Bureau Rep., Del., said that oppositionby to the Democratic major House, Reynolds said that Baker -thew McCloskey' to' receive' the through Congress and the early get this stadium legislation of
Representative Gross bottled -I ity was engaged in'dozens of made calls to see if the Senate -construction contract of $15GSOf- morning meeting.The through, but I had no idea
LAWNS I WASHINGTON, D. C.Rep- up the D. C., Stadium bill I conversations with House and would agree to recall its 000, and for Reynolds to receive Delaware senator said all of the devious deals thatwere
..J ;resentative H. R. Gross, Rep, for several days in. 1959 and I Senate leaders, including Ray- bill from the House and take 'anew i the performance bond b u si.I that Reynolds related the prob- taking place in connection -
Gainesville fawns have been :la., has' been, identified as the placed .the whole stadium proJ- I burn to complete the complicated action 'on' the ,House mea- ness. lem Baker was having with with this stadium construction -
:severely attacked during the major stumbling block to Bob- ect in jeopardy until a last minute -; and unusual maneuvers sure. ;I Senator Williams praised ,Representative Gross, and that and the performance
past three weeks by.on insect by Baker's' maneuver to pass maneuver was conductedby I necessary to gain passage. of Again Cross stood in the Gross for "his stout effort to when he checked the Congres- bond Representative
"known the Army Worm. the controversial D. C. Stadiumbill. the bill. that and to sional Record he found that
as the Democratic leadership controversial way but the record showed defeat this legislation said.Gross
During the early stages of in. I I I in the House and Senate with- Gross opposed the bill and on Rayburn ruled that a quorum block the steam roller tactics Gross had been just as mucha I said that he feels that
tlfestation the worm feeds at Baker pulling the strings. Sept. 12 had refused to give'unanimous was present in the House and that Bobby Baker and the Democratic thorn in the side of Bobby !Reynolds is to be congratulated -
|the base of the grass,near the PROFANE Maryland insurance man DonB. consent to House acceptance -that the House had agreed to leaders were using." Baker and the Democratic for coming forward at this

ground and consequently heavy Reynolds, a key figure in of a Senate version of return the bill to the Senate, "I am sure that Representative -,leadership as Reynolds had iri- stage anod"telling the t rut h
-damage can occur before the the Baker investigation, told,of the bill. Reynolds said.Reynolds Gross had no knowledge at dicated. about the sordid payoffs to Bob-
jTworm is noticed. The adult female Johnson
lays up to one thousand LP.1S spending an entire evening_ in He declared that "in any and explained that when' that time of all of the strings Gross said that "the Congress by Baker and to the -

:eggs and damage sometimes Baker's office as Baker, Ma- every way possible" he would that maneuver was completed, that were being pulled to over and the American people campaign funds.
i seems to appear aver night. HOTTER THAN jority Leader Lyndon B. John oppose legislation which it was possible to simplyreturnthe ride his objections in th e owe Senator Williams a debt "Reynolds admits -that -
The surest approach i is to call NATURAL GASCook son and House Speaker Sam would provide for at least $2.6 bill to the: Senate, acceptthe House," Senator Williams said. of gratitude. for bringing out thefacts !was wrong in taking part in
t Florida Pest Control fir Chemical I & Heat Water Rayburn "tried to outmaneuver million from the Federal Treasury House version and the legislation Williams, who also opposedthe on these payoffs and kick) this conspiracy, and it is en-
Company at Franklin Mr. Gross. for the construction ofa was through the Con- D. C. Stadium bill, said backs in connection with the couraging that he is cooperating -

t,I 6.261 for a free estimate and Low Cost He related that between midnight sports stadium for the District -gress. that he was amazed when Reynolds -construction of the D.C. Stad with Senator Williams in
t Inspection. FR 6-5110 I and 2 a.m. on Sept. 15, he of Columbia. ReynoldS declared that passage first told him the story of ium." bringing out the whole 'sf'ory.1tCroc .
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Low Fatality Rate LOS ANGELES (AP) This junctions preventing Los An- The house does not take a per- "It's obvious that this kind of
city of fads has a new craze; aneasytolearn geles and .Santa Monica police centage of the pot-this is pro money is bound to attract criminal -
PHOENIX Ariz. (AP)-- Testofficials intact. Inside most dummies I card game 'which from arresting members of hibited by state law but does elements," Nelson says. I a
estimate the planned stayed in their seats. offers the house a take of $10,000a clubs where the game is played. collect one chip from each'pot Why is pan, an ancient Tagalog -
crash 'of a Super Constellation One infant doll was secure in day. Police fear ft may give I His reasoning: Pan, never as table rental. game with limited appeal in
airliner Thursday was "80 to 95 its bassinette carrier but another -organized gambling a legal foot before widely played in this I The take is staggering. 'this country, suddenly catchingon THEN SEEThe
per cent survivable." had been dumped out Two hold' in California and many state, is not listed among the in Los Angeles?
The patients were still snug in their other states. games specifically banned by] Capt. Harry Nelson of the Los "It seems fairly clear that
unmanned four-engine litters and California law. Vice Division each I
experimental crew- Angeles says e
airliner with 21 life-sized dumm were seated. The game is called pangu- hand lasts only two to three!somebody is promoting it, says
y passengers aboard, ingue (pang-ging-gi), an import Appeals are under way but in and thus club 'Nelson. "Operators have found
minutes, one can
ploughed off the end of a run- Victor Rothe, head of Aviation from the Philippines via Las the meantime police expect pan collect as much as ,$10,000 a* out that it is.very attractive to
Veas, Nev. Its fans usually clubs to .mushroom reaping
way at Phoenix Deer Valley Safety Engineering and Research day or more than $3 million a housewives. It requires little if I
Airport at about '110 miles per which conducted the ex- shorten the name to pan. millions of dollars pending final and fast"
year. any goes vgy I
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Obstacles knocked would have been lost because of seven cities .and several unin uses eight decks of cards,
off the 1\ Furniture Manufacturers
landing gear shredded and a major rupture in the fuselage corporated areas of Los Angeles with each of five to eight players -\
crumbled about 15 feet from the nose. County this summer, and vice- being dealt 10 cards per ( Other Businesses Too)
both and broke ,
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the airplane's back in three The object of this test and a squad officers so far are power- hand. The object, as in rummy,\ :. plans You'll we save have money for on yours the special and other package specified insurance busi I
less to stop them. is to meld or lay,down runs of nesses. Your premium I* discounted when we group AMPLE HOUS
places before it ground to a halt,more spectacular one last April i your present policies Into a single package plan.
Two court rulings this week cards. Each '
the of player antes a chip Call tomorrow and start saving now.
near top a small 15 -foothilL II
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equipment to find out how pan club operators. on table rules and the pot Insurance Inc. South Main St ot S.W iftfe 5*
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II I CONSCIENCE i II ___ _i """ "" -" -_ _- j-,
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r... S. Changes in Justice Depi.

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JOHN R. HARRISON President end 1 who the departmenthave
-. pect ,of the personnel recordis the administrative record is praise
PuMnlttf PAT COWLES Vice President By LEWIS standardsin
that all but two of the notable. Oberdorfer's tax professional
:::Florida's Beautiful'nllniversity and Executive Ed JOHNSON Editor Vice W. G. (BUI) doubtful WASHINGTON that It is first top appointees are still division has cut the timeof mind more than statistics.The .

1 :: City' 3p ? EBERSOLE. Vice President and Advertising I By RALPH McGILL I general before any Robert attorney Fran- there. Byron White, Ken- the average tax case from Washington Post said

w". Director BOB Circulation TARTA6LJONE Maaager. rmUtier rrae Winning nbUUerQt cis Kennedy entered left nedy's first deputy, went on 28 to 14 months. Ramsay last week that the work of
Vice President and or
tee AtUnU, (Gft.) ConsUtBtiMHe office under circumstances to the Supreme Court, Lee Clark of Texas, who heads Kennedy's top aides was

:: ". THE S1.1N'S.POLlCY. cf Loveinger moved from the the Lands Division, has "of such excellences as. has
....... strong public feeling. Antitrust Division to the eliminated much of the seldom before been approached
1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. Doesn'tHave When he became Attorney Federal Communications mound of old condemnationcases. in the Justice De-
; -+ 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in- ditonals. General '1961 he was wide- Commmission. partment."

.,. -- 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. ly criticized as a brash young

The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 man with the narrow instinctsof .1
a prosecutor. He was also
=- Want Ads--376-4672 TheAnswers respected as an architect of

r Needed Reform of Miners presidency.As his brother's. election to the Voice of? the People !

he leaves now to run .1.

--- The benevolent dictatorship that \ for, the Senate in "New 'York, On The Sun's Opinion Page

= improved He inch of the there is criticism J brash-
brought bargaining strength, fought every way
ness in that act and some
I and other benefits toZthe to the best and CAMPAIGN NOTES Sen- ,,
wages get wages working continue to see in him the Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters
1 : United Mine Workers union and conditions for the miners that couldbe ator Goldwater, speaking froma prosecutor image. He is also must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will b. withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot
yacht at sea, complained that exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The
Hits members during the reign of John obtained. He was largely* respon- President Johnson has with- the object of .extraordinary Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or

; ZJ: Lewis seems about to become the sible for the creation of a pensionand drawn from foreign affairs. admiration, as was so dra- intent..

fast of its kind. welfare system that was regarded The charge echoed by matically demonstrated at
the Democratic convention The Man Kills inal to go to the police and lawless sawmill workers. In
l as a model for financial Vice Presidential nominee ,
last week. turn in their guns like a good effect, this law was an attemptto
:: The organizational system that soundness. Miller. While these accusa- citizen. prevent crime. Now does

:-permitted Lewis to name the diJ' tions were being made, the THE STRANGE thing is Not the Gun You said you never neededa this and other anti gun laws
Kansas Star referredto
; visional presidents of the union and He was hated at times by management by Republican City conservativesas that his years as attorney EDITOR: Sun: I would gun. Well, you are just one prevent crime? The answer is

: I ::in effect control the selection of of- and by some other labor union "Maker of Presidents," general did not fit the politi- like to refer Mr. Charles J. of the lucky ones. I bet if no. This wouldn't stop criminals -

J' Z3Icers and the policies of the national leaders but he was never accused of was preparing an. editorial. cal stereotypes of Robert Green to the U.S. Constitu- someone called your wife and from obtaining weapons.
Kennedy. At least that is the They have many ways of getting -
minion is construed by the: federal dishonesty, disloyalty or personal For the first time since judgment of those best able tion, Amendment II: threatened her life or y our them. =

I TSbvernment as a violation of the greed. 1892, a span of 72 years, ,the to make a detached profes- ". the right of the people children (this is if you are :.- t

U7andrum-Griffin act. The Labor Department venerable, conservative and sional appraisal of him as to keep and bear arms married) or your own life, I Who would be the onesto.
highly respected Star is shall not be infringed." bet you would wish for a gun register their firearms? Certainly -;
:: has served notice on the In the latter of his reign he supporting attorney general career real quick
years the Democratic ticket In his letter printed in the ; or say you were not criminals or Coln'muiliStS.
::ILM.W. that it must revise or abolish was respected, by his management lawyers in the Justice De- Aug. 24 edition of your pa- on a lonely road and ran out -- :T
and others closeto .. .
the system now in effect so that Mr. Green so far of gas or had a flat tire at -- *
counterparts, revered by membersof it. '
would According to FBI criine
officers will be elected, not appointed "WE ARE convinced that as to recommend "a national night. There you be
the union They believe that, whatever 'statistics (World ".Almanac'
and admired
hun- without Some-
by protection.
in the future. the cause, of world peace his future in politics, roundup of all out- any 311JT lessthan'*
dreds of acquaintances prominent in would be better served by history will remember him standing weapons. .," so one could stop to help you, ,cent page of aUlurests Sfl&O:
Mr. Johnson and I would also like to refer but instead knock you out or per
ZZ The U.M.V. system is the equivalent national business and political cir- his foreign as attorney general for these kill and take what be were on weapons-charges.and.
policy, with its roots deep in Mr. Green to his world his- you '
of the modern trusteeship cles. reasons: includes":other .thirigs
: more could get. This sort of thingis weapons
both Democratic and Repub- -He did more than tory books and read about .
::system, the Labor Department con- lican administration," said of his predecessors for any the the Nazi Party's takeover of especially dangerous for besides firearms.

', tends. Congress in 1959 placed strict He made many contributions toward the Star. "It would be saferto poor man charged with Germany. One of Hitler's lonely women drivers.I There is no, connection be-

limitations on the operation of union modernizing the coal mining keep Mr. Johnson's fingeron crime, acting to assure him first moves was to collect know how valuable a gun tween gun reg istrationand

: trusteeships for the specific purpose industry and expanding its marketsfor the nuclear trigger than to free counsel and release the private firearms. can be because my own mother murder rate as.illustrated3: >y

I :-of preventing a few individuals from the? simple and practical place the awesome responsibility without onerous bail and an Various hunting and shoot- was lucky when she had her an American and' international -

: reason on Sen. Goldwater. We equal opportunity to preparehis ing sports are a multimillion gun. Because one morning at : surveyor:crime! and_ gun
gaining dictatorial control over labor that he recognized that membersof frankly fear the Goldwater defense.He dollar a year businessin 5:00 a.m. as she went to get laws and FBI.reports-:reported -

.1 unions. his union could prosper only if philosophy, transformed into made the first real this country and provide our horses ready to leave for by<
.. the mining industry prospered.But presidential policy, m i g ht effort in years to bring the many leisure hours of recreation our grandparents' ranch, a big Laws Requiring Registration
This congressional action grew plunge the world deeper into Federal Bureau of Investi- for the American truck blocked the road and a of Privately OwnedlFirearms:

the uncertainty of greater in- and its director J. big man started for the car Murder Rate!"
out of a number of instances in there are few men like him gation people.Mr. Lower XSoufli

7 which local unions were placed in among the leaders of organized labor ternational tensions. We be- Edgar Hoover, under effec- Green's cone em is and mother calmly layed her Texas lieve that to entrust the tive executive direction and stemming fr om gun upon her arm. When he '
.. peace 331 ((1958.) It was-... reported,
trusteeship by national officers in or in business or public life for would be an unnecessary and to turn the FBI's attentionto President Kennedy's assas- got to the car she asked what "Mexico, with a
: order to oust or silence local leaders that matter. undesirable gamble for the such modern law enforce- sination. I would remind Mr. he wanted and when he saw tion law, h s-the: hig est

who objected to national policies nation to take ." ment problems as civil Green that the gun kills noth- the gun all he did was a quick homicide rat TnTJhe, W rId,.

: and practices. Some trusteeships The Jimmy Hoffas, the Bobby The Star noted, too, the un- rights and organized crime. ing. The man behind the about face and haul buggyfor 32.8 killings per: IW.tXXL Jjep-.

:.were established to keep a favored Bakers and the swindlers in business bending insistence on Sen. -He arrayed the resour- gun does the killing. Also, his truck and drove off.Don't pIe, with guns used.in:28'percent
Goldwater's part that he is, ces of the federal government' depriving ordinary lawabiding tell me a man who of the crimes"' -
:local boss in power. Others were make it to laws and
necessary pass blocks road wants to
in all cases, absolutely right, as never before on the citizens of the right t 0 a just An anti law' mighteven
T established because it was contended make rules and regulations that curb sit down and chat, especiallyat gun
of the
( that he has simple answersto side Negro quest own or use guns would not raise the- -crime rate.
:that local funds were looted by of- powers and practices of individualswho all questions. The fact is for equal rights.He keep guns out of the handsof 5:00: in the morning.I Every issue .of the .!'American -

,:,ficers. misuse their positions. that Sen. Goldwater continuesto launched the first law breakers. If they know guns are dangerousbut Rifleman" magazine:: 'an-

reveal himself as an appall- concentrated drive against would break one law they when they are properly tains news items shoeing I

t = The Landrum-Griffin act' set up There is no way to even guess "ingly uninformed and superficial the national crime syndicate surely would not hesitate to handled and taken care of how armed citizens prevent

rules- and .regulations designed to what might have been the effect of man. He talks of the and against corruption 1 n break a law against them they are really the only good crime or capture crimina 1 s.
labor unions the In-
Johnson administration notably of Even
as having means protection. an
guns.. But these cases don't tell the
guarantee that members of local the Landrum-Griffin law on the withdrawing from foreign, or ternational Brotherhood of It would make almost as empty gun is better than no whole story of the crimes

1 =unions would have a real voice in United :Mine Workers Union or on, international affairs. Teamsters.OF much sense to ban automobiles gun at all. It can even per- that are never attempted'"be-

7 their choice of officers and in policy the career of John L. Lewis if the SEN.: GOLDWATER'Snaive due to the slaughter on suade a criminal to leave you cause the criminal knows, or

ILdecisions. law had been in effect 50 years ago. indictment comes at a COURSE, some of our highways. But no, here and yours alone. fears his intended victim is

= He was the product of a different time when 'the President is these activities have been we have a program of edu- If you want to get a armed.
1 the subject of intense con- and learn how to fire it
more deeply involved in the cation. gun
The difference between John L. period and different circumstancesthat has been Who are the ones that
r troversy. Kennedy and clean it there are alwaysgun
inherited problem of Viet Nam Why not a community
Lewis benevolent dictatorship and produced a number of great condemned by Southerners want anti gun laws? Today
than ever before. An American sponsored project of gu n clinics they have or gun
=the mismanaged trusteeships was leaders in organized labor who for committing too much fed- some meaning per-
placed fleet is in and near the safety education for our clubs you can join. And they sons, egged on by the Com-
-Lewis, himself. Over the years, the welfare of their members first Bay of Tonkin with an awe- eral power on the racial issue young people, operated by will teach you how to handle munists, are trying to disarmthe

Lewis was the United Mine Workers and their personal wealth, power some supply of weapons in- and by some civil rights our city police or sheriff's and clean any type of gun. U. S. of heavy weaponsand
for not committing
T union in voice, spirit and direction. and status last among their goals. cluding the nuclear. The at- groups enough. He is charged with department, to insure our Most important is the gun the citizens through restrictive -
of the safe sane safety rules which can
sea senator apparently does children you laws.
"Thus the
conducting personal ven- gun ,
not know that we still have a enjoyment of one of their also learn.If 'Rules for Revolution'
detta against the Teamsters of
I some 400,000 in constitutional rights? t he limit like
troops Europe, James R. Hoffa. y guns Communists in 1919 included,
THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT committed there"as.a block to The point is, however that HUGH M. DAVENPORT drugs, they are limiting the 'cause the registration of all
Communist and lives and of
aggression, safety
he has done much at the many peepie. firearms on some pretext,
by U.S. troops. Our troops Gun Control with a view to !
.. Justice Department that has confiscatingthem 1
I have been in Korea for almost JOY ROBERTS
and leaving the
not attracted headlines but popula-
Same TuneS 1 two decades. The senator that has been important to Limits SafetyEDITOR tion helpless'," as reported by i

: I blandly charges withdrawal at the law. Can't Halt Crime George A. Brautigam, former fi

I :ia time when a second U.S. Those dealing professionally Sun: Mr. Char- State Attorney, Miami.. !
fleet stands off .
Over ? Cyprus.Yet with the Departmentwould les S. Green, as to your question By Gun ControlEDITOR In my opinion the registrat
Sen. Goldwater !
Again sees probably rate most in "Voice of the People"on tion of weapons and record

: withdrawal. His descriptionof highly an accomplishment of Aug..24: Why do other people Sun: In reply to of firearms sale would not .

i the air strike on the North which the public would nev- need guns? a letter printed in the Sun on help anything and should not j

E 7 By DAVID LAWRENCE Viet Nam naval base followinga er have heard. This is sim- It is mainly for protection.As Monday, August 24, concern- be required. ;
torpedo on a '
the attraction of outstanding MARC LAWRENCE
for a national.round up ing the limiting of firearms,
= U.S. destroyer, was that it to the Department's
WASHINGTON Maybe the campaign speakers on both climax by the Japanese was an example of "extremism. men ranks. of all outstanding weaponsand I write the following letter. Melrose I

Sides will miss the significance of it, but conditions today in Nazi axis to frustrate any ." The Senator continuesto top Kennedy's the owners having to be The limiting of firearms as
:Many respects parallel those which prevailed before the out- American military effort in reveal his superficiality, Among are Nicolas required 'to justify their needof suggested would require lawsto Voters Have
-break of World War II just 25 years ago this week. West and lack of moder- deputy, them ridiculous. I think be formed and enforced.
radicalism the solicitor
Deb. Katzenbach
merman: Chancellor Ludwig Erhard, in a little-noticed address Europe.AMERICA'S ; the answer for most owners Florida already has many A Third
ation information. A New Archibald Cox, Choice
at Bonn on Monday, frankly described the weakness FUMBLING York Republican leader, who Gen- for having weapons would be laws concerning firearms.
and Assistant Attorneys
mod irresoluteness of the Western powers prior to September mainly for protection 0 f (Chapter 790, Florida Stat- '
policies in the 1930's-the lack reluctantly had agreed to sup- eral Burke Marshall, Herbert EDITOR, Sun: Any system
.;1939., and he put his finger'on the very thing that usually en- homes and other property as utes) One law, Section 790.05
a dictatorship to take chances of what Chancellor Erhard port Goldwater, said privatelyat. J. Miller, Louis F. Ob- of society that generates as .
-eeurages on war. He said: well as self protection. Florida Statues, forbids any-
"There is complete that has so fittingly described the time of the New York erdorfer and John Douglas.The much hate and violence
= agreement Hitler bears the main as one to "carry around with as '
there round
were a up
State convention to nominate
in that
-guilt for the Second World War. But this verdict of guilt a "defensive will"-can today two group of all outstanding him, or have in his manual the present system of capita- I
Sen. Kenneth' Keating "The the weapons
had been law 'professors,
against the Hitler regime cannot change the fact that also if rejected, mislead'the greatest job the Republican other four Washington Law- just think of all the murders possession any pistol, win- lism does, should be consigned
other governments faltered, that after the Western
l r-accepted his acts of force Hitler built illusions about powers the Communist militarists into National Committee is goingto yers. Miller who head the and robberies that would chester rifle or other repeat- pronto to the garbage can

3 fensive will of those Democratic states up and that Soviet believing that they can con- have is to find a way to Criminal Division, is a Re- take place, not to say any- ing rifle", 'without having a of history. :

-eemmunism which until then had been pilloried en- quer most of Europe with put Goldwater in a straight- publican. All have a reputa- thing about the countless license. license.This doesn't mean a As usual, there is going-to
:: uraged and, indeed, until well into 1941 even supported their land forces before the jacket and keep him away tion not for partisanship but breaking and enterings.And be a lot of name calling in :
Hitler's further aggressions." from press conferences or Federal Communications Com- besides, I hope you This law was adopted in this Presidential
: United States has e I e ctiori.
a chanceto
questions. He simply can't be mission. wouldn't expect the crim 1893 as a protection against It should be kept In mind

=- THE POLITICIANS in power in Great Britain and Franceas use any nuclear weaponsif left to his own thoughts and that -the Democrats'do: not

well as in the United States, misled the voters. They kept then. This was also the words. If he is, we will "move POTOMAC: FEVER want Socialism, but .whatth

],e1 ting the people that wars could be prevented by continuous analogous concept of the Na- toward a real disaster. S y do desire Is "more capi

concessions and by the negotiation of treaties which, as it zi militarists 25 years ago. The thought of Sen. Gold- *.J talism. :
Hurried out, were not worth the paper on which they were water, as President, distributing By JACK. WILSON, Cowles Washington Bureau .
written. Today, in a presidential nuclear weapons sup- That Is why capitalists suchas
Sen. Goldwater vacations on a yacht off California. This must be what Demo
1 Although Hitler bad march- Hitler's side. campaign, the impression is plies to field commanders to crats refer: to when they say he's all at sea even before the campaign begins. Henry who Ford II and ouV
discretion his ers, usually vote
= again being conveyed that use at their Repub-:
ed'into the Rhineland in 1936
EVEN IN THE face of this the Communist woeful lack of knowledgeabout lican, are supporting Mr.
without any military obstruction disastrous turn of events Party in Rus- affairs Johnson. TJiey ::know thaiJohnson
sia can be trusted to international Goldwater's running mate, Bill Miller, says they'll campaign on "our exclusive -
In his path and subse- President Roosevelt campaigned tiate" peace treaties and and politics, his almost smart- philosophy and our ideals." He's a sound man, Barry. You can trust him 1$ himself 'a capita?

quently had' committed act In the summer and "non-aggression" pacts.It aleck assumption that he does, to keep the confusion on a high leveL list and as such has.! -"a" stake.,

:after act of aggression, the autumn of 1940 on a. promiseto as the Star noted have all the in the present social order
-Western allowed their keep out of the war. A few is the lack of a "defen answers and that he is absolutely :

:commercial powers interests to continue months later-June 1941 sive will" to stand up for established right, all add up to de- LBJ wants Congress to provide a special mansion for the vice .president.' :: It'll old Readers order of who" feel'that the I

to sell him arms and Hitler felt free to turn againsthis principles of inter- cisions such as the Kansas never work-no vice president's wife is going to want to live in.a .vice house. its .capitalism and has
run course that
f r- it
mar materials almost to the ally Russia, and he sec national law and written City Star has made. There is stands in the way of a better] I

very month before the outbreak retly encouraged Japan to agreements which is responsible nothing of moderation hi the "'
: begin to harass America. The for the Capt. William Anderson, who commanded the Nautilus when she cruised be- society should vote for th
of the
of World War IL weakness man and no concept the is running for in Tennessee. The' Democratshas candidates of the Socialist
r Japanese armies had by that and disarray: of the and compromise. neath .Arctic Ocean, Congress
Worst of an, the Western time conquered much of Atlantic Treaty Organizationtoday North values of Certainly patience he does not been saving him for this-Keeping'.him under ice. her Party, headed by- Er

-powers saw Russia sign a so- Southeast Asia and were as Europe and Amer- draw Americans together. .. -' Hass for. _President- .: J

called: "non-aggression" pact ready to turn their. attention lea' once more hesitate to The'conservative Star's conclusion Lady Bird tours the Rocky Mountain States and runs into a lot of Republican NATHAN PRESSM

-with Hitler on August 23, 1939. to the United States. The at- build a truly powerful military that we cannot af- sentiment. That's why she's there-President Johnson heard there was.j old- (Member, Socialist L I

Ilhe: very next week, Russia tack on Pearl Harbor in December alliance. Will history repeat ford a divided country is un- water in them hills. "PaEllenville'N
Gras: involved in the war on 1941 was a planned itself?
disputable. --
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Friday, September 4, 1954 Gainesville Sun 7

Texas Nuptials of Interest Here Nr/ a.avnu

I fiews of Special Interest r I l l i i l l lj I + ,

FORT WORTH The mar- {

}! riage of Miss Mary Lou Ra-, x93 w

I o the Colored Community mey Mrs., Paul daughter M. Ramey of Dr.of Fort and INITARKE ,

I II I Worth, and William Thomas

.JewsI items for this page should be submitted to Colored News Editor Ben F. Cbilds, I Hawkins took place recently in
I! 11 6 i NW'8th St. by mall, or by phone at FR 65753. Do not send news directly to the Gaines-I the Robert Carr Chapel of Tex- i
I le Sun office. as Christian University.The 1
\ aKb0l1IN ,
bridegroom is the son of r.,t. T

f URCH ANNOUNCEMENTSGreater two weeks has been pleasant I and Inspirational P r ogram Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilson MiMirii.tDRIVEIN

f / Ft. Clark Baptist:" left yesterday for their home. 'combined, Thursday, Sept. 10, Hawkins of Fort Worth, formerly -

day School, 10 ajn.; morn- Miss Mary L. Jones, of Ocala at 8 pjn. at Shady Grove Prim- of Gainesville, Fla. His i

) g worship, 11 ajn.; and passed through G a i nes- itive Baptist Church. Plans for grandparents are the late Ma- axN

. reaching, Communion, 3 pjn. ville yesterday en route to visit the union anniversary will be jor and Mrs. W. R. Thomasof aH ,y F ro 3.:Y. m SHOPPING

/ eVe Wr A. Miles, pastor; Mrs. at Edward Waters College at made in this meethg. There- Gainesville. .d 2ft"'dv" OPEN to 11 EVERY DAY! .

/Mayola Chatman, reporter. Jacksonville. fore, it is Important that all Dean James M. ,
Mt Carmel SundayS Miss Carrie Gilbert, of Tampa members be present. F. G. Win- Moudy '
Baptist vice chancellor in of NEW LOW
ool, 9:30 ajn.; morning orhJ.P passed through the. University -gate, Sr., president; Ars. G. academic- charge M x t J. )ik,
City yesterday en route to L. Souder, reporter.Obituatit. affairs at TCU, was w .. PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR
? Baptism 11 a.m.; Baptist Jacksonville.Mrs. the officiating minister. '. m ks GAINESVILLE STORES
Training Union, 5:30 p.m.; and .
eveing worship Communion, 7p.m. Mary H. McDonald left The bride wore a white taffeta : ,. 1234 NW 16th Ave. 1023 SE 4th Ave.
yesterday for Atlanta, Ga., because with embroid- ny'c 3725'' W. Univ. Ave. 3809 E. Univ. Ave.
There will be mid week gown re -
of business. She will be ered Alencon lace and 2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW Mth Blvd.,
Meditation Services Tuesday, pearls .
away for several days. WILLIE FRAZIER s v 4105 NW 13th St.
designed with lace embellished
7:30 p.m.; Youth Forum Wednesday Miss Jessie Hunt and Miss Funeral services for Willie ALACHUA: Corner 1st St. & 441
7:30 pjn., and also both train. N... HIGH SPRINGS: 3rd Ave. NW &Main
1 Dora Fields, both of Ft. Lauderdale
-(Bubba) Frazier of 608 N. W.
will have Attendants for the couple q: WILLISTON: 710 E. Noble Ave.
Nos. 1 and 2
-choirs arrived here yesterday -4th Ave., will be held at the were Miss Kathryn May Hawkins -
their rehearsal, 8 pjn. and Ushers on a two-week visit with East New Port Baptist Church
and Samuel Wilson Haw- --
Board No. 2 will meet 8a.m Miss. Fields' relatives.Mr. : ALL BRANDS King Size
Sunday at 11 ajn. with Rev. A. kins Jr.Ushers. I Mrs. William Thomas Hawkins
.; Teachers' Meeting Thursday and Mrs. James Barber F. Alexander officiating. Inter- Charles Filters Regulars
were Lloyd
7:30 p.m.; and both ChoirsNo. > of Tampa, were visitors In ment will follow in the family Harris of Dallas, John Oliver Murphree of Gainesville. ]
1 and 2 will agaion have Gainesville yesterday.Rev. plot at Daysville.He Chambers Will Study Medicine | Buy Christmas
Michael Runer
their rehearsal Friday, 8 p.m. Haile, of Alachua, was is survived devoted The couple will live in Dal-; CIGARETTESCarton
by a very -and John Phillips Hawkins. Cards in SeptemberAt
Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor. visiting here yesterday as guestof friend Mrs. Lillie Ford, those with las, where the bridegroom will
S un day relatives and friends. attend .
Hopewell Baptist the University of Texas
children, Mrs. Vivian Wright, the
Mrs. ; hospitalities at the recep-
Mary Johnson flew Southwestern Medical School.
School, 10 ajn. New Brunswick, N. J. David tion i j
; given at the Fort Worth
Brooker- Greater Bell Meth- yesterday to Atlanta, Ga., because The bride, who was graduated PRICEYou
Frazier, Princeton, N.J.; Mrs. Club were Miss Margaret '
odist -Sunday School;10 ajn.; of business. Ella from TCU in 1964, is a' $269
Mrs. Mamie Lindsey, South Bay; Willie Hawkins and Mrs. William C.
Fields of Mont- '
worship, 11 a.m. m r her of Kappa Alpha'
and morning
I Frazier, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fred- Miss Frances
clair, N. J., is visiting wither ; Mauzy, formerly e1
Rev: A. J. Anderson, pastor; die Frazier, Brooklyn, N. Y.; The.a and belonged to th !
daughter, Mrs. Sarah Hill Club. The s
Bryson bridegroomwas
Nellie Moore, reporter.Mt.
Mrs. I
and other relatives here for Mrs. Irene Hall, Plainfield, N.
Methodist a 1963 honor graduate'of
week. J.; Jimmie Frazier, Newark
Church School, 9:30 a.m.; morn- TCU, member of Phi Delta
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Barnes N. Y:; and 19 grandchildren. I
Communion 11 Theta and president of t he GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS
ing worship, I of Jesup, Ga., arrived here Relatives and friends are ask- To MeetAn Club. i
worship Bryson
' ,ajn.; and evening 'yesterday on a two-week visit -ed to meet at his home at 608 i
Communion, 7 p.m. Rev. W. M. with friends. N. W. 4th Ave., at 10 a.m. to International Dames group I

'. Ferguson pastor. I form the procession to the will be organized at an initial

Archer -:- Church of God in CHOIRS UNION CALLED church. meeting Monday, September 7, ; I
1 'Christ '- Church School, 10' The Friendship Choirs Union Duncan Brothers, morticians, at 8 pjn. in the University

I ,?1 ajn.; morning worship 11 a.m.; will hold its business meeting are in charge. Women's Clubhouse, West New- Can Do It Now. .
I Young People's Willing Worker 1 OC LB.
berry Road. fALLFABRICS
?'Meeting 6:30 p.m.; and : CHESNUT OFFICEEQUIPMENT

l :evening: worship, 8:30 p.m. Elder All wives of foreign personnel I

:,: Days pastor; Mrs. Ruth at the University of Flor- JUST ARRIVED ATSINGER i
: ida are invited as well as in- CO., Inc.
. Jenkins, reporter.
ternation women students. The
A. M. E. Zion-
Zion Temple
I has been 106 W. University Ave.
group -
Church School, 10 ajn.; morning ------- Phone FR 2-8421
worship, ,Communion, 11 a.m. FRIDAY, September 4 man Woodward and Ray- through the summer TOPPCOLA

Please note: Our, Fourth and I Wedding of Miss Nancy Cal- mond Elliott Watson son of months. I

.last Quarterly Conference will vert Pepper, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Eleanor S. Watson, Cor-

be held on the second Sunday, and Mrs. Louis Calvert Pep- al Gables, and R. E. Watsonof

.Sept.- 13. All members are requested per, and John Rudolph Cars- Chicago, 5 p.m., Holy
to 'pay their dues for well II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Trinity Episcopal Church Re-

..thtsupport. of 'the conference -John Rudolph Carswell of ception following at the homeof

.and.each auxiliary will make its Hazelwood, N. C., 8 p.m., the bride's parents. x
Souder First Presbyterian Church. Wedding of Miss Jane Ann 6 BOTTLE
report. Rev. W. L. pas- 39c
Reception following at the Baughan, daughter of Mr. ? CARTON

tor. Gainesville Golf and Country and Mrs. Denver Ewing Baug- .
Club. han, and Lt. George Wayne l PLUS DEPOSIT
.NOTICE Arnau of San Antonio son of
.Rehearsal dinner
There will be ordination serve honoring
Miss Woodward and her Mrs. William Meredith Mc-
conducted for John Peterson Gaye
ices Lane and Randolph Curtis BAVARIAN SELECTBEER
and Eddie Byrd at the John- fiance Raymond Elliott Watson -
Arnau both of Jacksonville I
Church Sunday Mrs. Frank B. Culver of
son 'Chapel Baptist San Antonio, aunt of the bride 7 p.m., First Presbyterian ,
at 3 pjn.SPECIAL Church. Reception following in
-elect, Gainesville Golf and w .
Country Club.Luncheon Fellowship Hall. ssf

will Both meet,branches the of ground the NAACP floorof tha Jane Edwards feting;Miss bride-elect Mar- CalendarSOf .y BOTTLE 79c
of Doug Davis Valdosta. Ga., 6
Carmel Baptist
the Mt. Mrs. J. Milton Brownlee and CARTON
8 at 8 l y'7
Church Sept. p.m. Mrs. C. C. Beasley. >

This is a very important meet- Luncheon honoring Pep- ,,*. PLUS DEPOSIT
also Events
and all members and
ing, per Carswell wedding par- ..
asked to >
interested persons are ty and out of town guests, Z Cy t..h .
be present. Rev. T. A. Wright, 12:30: p.m., Mr. and Mrs. September 5 < BAVARIAN SELECTBEER
president. W. B. McMullen and Mr. and Get Acquainted Night I i

Mrs. W. G. Boltin Jr. at the Gainesville Golf and Country :
LACROSSE NEWS Boltin home, 2234 NW Sec- Club cocktail hour 7 to 8

Singers To Appear ond Avenue.SATURDAY p.m., dinner, 7 to 10 p.m. I -
The Male Chorus from Archer September 5

will appear in a musical program Luncheon honoring Mi s s FULL $100

at the Bethel A. M. E. Martha Jane Ed war d s, 3

Church Sunday at 3 p.m. The fiancee of Doug Davis of a. yt QTS.

public is invited.BROOKER Valdosta, Ga., Mrs. W. C.
O'Neal and Mrs. Harry Dun-
Cemetery Work can.Bridal luncheon hon- II

The annual cemeterywill work oring Miss Jane Ann Baughan SarmaitilasAss't. I Ii II H : 4

be held Monday, Sept. 7. bride-elect of Lt. Geor- I Cold Cuts j BLUE RIBBONBEER I
All patrons are asked to be ge Wayne Arnau of San and Cheese CutLto

present and bring their tools. Antonio, Immediately<<: follow- Order.of Also Salads a I /

Mrs. Nellie Moore, reporter. ing wedding rehearsal at 11 To Go. I {
a.m., Mrs. Albert Love, aunt O
CHORUS TO APPEARThe of the bride, and Mrs. H. Hus-

City-wide Gospel Chorus ton Messer, sister of the $109
will present a musical program bride, Holiday Inn, 12:30 p.m. f PAK I

Saturday, Sept. 5, at 8 Wedding of Miss GJor i a : 6

p.m. at the New Salem Bap-- Gaye Woodward, aaughter of CANS

tist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Burton M 0 s s-
This promises to be a very
entertainment, and I I. I I
interesting NOT ONLY HOW MANY
the public is Invited to attend. GENNESSEE

Gaddum's Sale
The Floral Court Lodge No. BEERPAK
Ushers' Board No. .a '
113 and the Tremendous /
I .
2 of the Gainesville District will Values I

meet jointly Monday at 8 p.m. Storewide 1- 'wh
R at the home of Mrs. Carrie i

I Pyles of 403 S. W. 7th Ave 99ci i
s i
nue.The dues are to be paid during t j- CANS '

the meeting. {
T } _
NOTICEThe I because
Juvenile Lodge No. 113 I WE'RE BUT WHO .f FOREMOST (Pictorial All Flavors)

I will meet'Saturday at 3 p. m. r
at,ithe home of Misses Joyce. >- ICE CREAM

Pearlie and WUlette Scott at Ar- Oriental Once each year we at the Sun spread out all our circulation recordsfor
redonda. I ,3.tier baskets . . $6 an objective impartial inspection by an eagle-eyed man from the

,For transportation, meet at Firescreens $25 AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS. The ABC is on association I
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JIIOflTCII nr.p Parties Bride-to-be Honored ai i ea I Irr I I / I ( II I I 1P'I I I I (I IIiI I n.nn I'. ,I ere

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, of town guests and members INITOPEN
of the bridal party were I
THE guests; for a buffet luncheon today c l

;, T f.In( I IL9 honoring Miss Nancy Pepper I I
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> and John Carswell II of II

--- Hazelwood, N. C., whose marriage I I t11 )
: Ruth Weimer-Women's Editor is set for 8 pjn. today ; I JKkSo ii
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in the First Presbyterian .LtY..w I ,ilMl
Church. $? aIARtTt v

Hosts for the luncheon v .
f WoodwardWatsonRehearsal were J W A1 Y.C'? S Qv.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McMullenand I'
I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Boltin C- L.
Jr., who entertained at the Bol-

DinnerTo tin Last home.night, Mr. and Mrs. Clark 9 AC
Upp of Orlando, uncle and auntof C C '
s q.;> Y 'tnbaR' NEW LOW PRICES
the bride-to-be were hosts
honor Miss Gaye Wood-
sal.Pink for the rehearsal dinner at the
ward and her fiance, Raymond roses will be usedto Gainesville Golf and Country
center the table where
i places -
Elliott Watson whose Club.
will be marked for the wed- 1234 NW 16th Ave. 1023 SE 4th Ave.
wedding will take place tomorrow -ding party and members of the Bridesmaids LuncheonMrs itx s 3725 W. Univ. Ave. 3809 E. Unir. Ave.
afternoon at 5 o'clock in family. John Rudolph Carswellof 1r 2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW Hth Bird
[, Hazelwood N. C. of
the Holy Trinity EpiscopalChurch Following the nuptial c e r e- mother ; A ..... ; 4105 NW 13th St.
the bridegroom elect and his $ ALACHUA: Corner let St. &441
a rehearsal dinner mony, a small reception will be grandmother[ Mrs. William A I w. HIGH SPRINGS: 3rd Ave. NW &Main
will be given this evening. given by the bride's parents, r16 WILLISTON: 710 E. Noble Ave.
N. C.
Berry, Morgantown, were
.Mrs. Frank B. Culver of San Mr. and Mrs. Burton M. Wood- I __
hostesses for the bridesmaids'
Antonio, maternal aunt of the ward, who will entertain a t I'
luncheon yesterday at the club. & -7- .,i ALL BRANDS King Size -
bride, will be hostess for the affair -their home for members of the In addition to the honoree and .y.
at the Gainesville Golf and two families and close friendsof Filters Regulars
bridal attendants places w e re
Country Club after the rehear- the bridal couple.GoldsmithThomas. marked for Mrs.L. Calvert Pepper -,- _._._- --

mother of the bride, and :Miss Jane Ann Baughan, bride-elect: of Lt. George Wayne Arnau of San Antonio CIGARETTESBANANAS

her aunts, Mrs. Upp and Mrs. is shown opening a gift presented to her by Mrs. William B. Pierson,

I Sam Butz.A Mrs. W. Ellis Jones and Mrs. George Butler, who gave a tea in her honor Wednesday
bridal motif of pink and afternoon at the Butler home. Pictured above are left to right, Mrs.

white was emphasized in the Pierson, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Denver Baughan, mother of the bride-to-be, the
luncheon decorations with car- honoree and Mrs. Butler. The Baughan-Arnau wedding will take place Saturdayat $269
I nations,snap dragons and chrysanthemums -' 7 p.m. in the First Presbyterian Church. Carton
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September 4 Church. Reception following in p.m. at the Holiday House,
A yv y A.4 I hosts Mr. and Mrs. Porter W. Ass't. Cold Cuts
i Wedding of Miss Nancy"Cal Fellowship Hall.Miscellaneous and Cheese Cut -
'DjI vert Pepper, daughter of Mr. shower com- Crawford. / to Order. Also a 1 10c LB.
plimenting Miss Linda Register Variety of Salads
. and Mrs. Louis Calvert Pep- SUNDAY, September 6 To Go.
bride-elect of Herbert
and John Rudolph Cars- ,
I, '1 per Wedding of Miss Shannon K.
well II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Silver, Mrs. Roy Cellon and
Mrs. W. E. Cellon, LaCrosse. Wells and Charles N.
I John Rudolph Carswell of
Ii i Hazelwood, N. C., 8 p.m., Rehearsal for Wells Craw- ford, 3 p.m., First B a craw-I i I

First Presbyterian Church. 6 Church High Springs recep-
ford wedding party, p.m., I I TOPP
j Reception following at the First Baptist Church, High tion following at the High II

t+7ti. x .q Gainesville Golf and Country Springs, dinner following at 8 Springs Woman's Club. I _
I Club. -

I Luncheon honoring Pep
I per Carswell wedding party I
r and out of town guests

12:30: pm., Mr. and Mrs.
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Mrs. W. G. Boltin Jr. at the 6
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ond Avenue.SATURDAY .
,September 5 I II
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a a g Luncheon honoring Mi s s

i Martha Jane Ed w a r d s, BAVARIAN SELECT
fiancee of Doug Davis of I
iI Valdosta, Ga., Mrs. W. C. <: I t BEERBAVARIAN

O'Neal and Mrs. Harry Dun- 0 ? ivn
can.Wedding of Miss Gloria

I\ Gaye Woodward, aaughter of
\ Mr. and Mrs. Burton Mos's- BOTTLE
1!1I man Woodward, and Ray- 6 CARTON 79c
mond Elliott Watson son of
Mrs. Eleanor S. Watson Cor- >
al Gables and R. E. Watsonof
Ii Mrs. Maurice Leon Goldsmith
I Chicago 5 p.m., Holy s ccs
\ Miss Marjorie Carol y n Peyton Taylor of Tuscaloosa Trinity Episcopal Church Reception SELECTBEER
; Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Ala., was best man. following at the homeof
I Mrs. Sidney J. Thomas, and Ushers were William D. Cole- the bride's parents.
Maurice Leon Goldsmith s on man of Tuscaloosa; Keith Wedding of Miss Jane Ann I y war'
of Mrs. Maurice Goldsmith of Grable, Demopolis, Ala.: Jack Baughan, daughter of Mr. '
t Demopolis, Ala., and the late Koch Jr., Demopolis; A 1 a n and Mrs. Denver Ewing Baug- e

[ Mr. Goldsmith, were married Muhlendors, Sheffield, Ala., han, and Lt. George Wayne $00
\ ,Wednesday at 4 p.m. in the Joe Sachs of Bessemer Ala.. Arnau of San Antonio, son of FULL
;' First Presbyterian Church. and Tommy Thomas brotherof Mrs. William Meredith Mc- 3
the bride. Lane and Randolph Curtis QTS.i .
Rev. J. Holmes Smith III The bride's mother chose a Arnau, both of Jacksonville,
\ pastor of the Oak Park Presbyterian -I silk champagne dresj: o f 7 p.m., First Presbyterian i
f Church in Montgomery, PLUS DEPOSIT
matching accessories and a n
; .Ala., officiated at the ceremony. orchid corsage. The bride

I father Given, the in bride marriage wore oy a floor-her groom's mother wore a blue INEWFALFABRlCS PABST BLUE RIBBON
silk dress, matching ?;\esor?
length gown of satin featuringa ies and a corsage of pin 1 k a
\ bodice of Alencon lace anda BEERBEER
chapel train. Her veil of il. roses. :
The bride's parents entertained : fi, Y
I lasion fell from a crown of
a reception in Fellow- .
j seed pearls. She wore a single A >
ship Hall following the cere- .
t strand of pearls, a gift of the mony. JUST ARRIVED AT, AI
bridegroom. After a honeymoon in Jamaica I t 6 PAK $109GENNESSEE

Cousins AttendantsMiss the newlyweds wil 11 SINGERGaddum's CANS
Joyce Anne Johnson, make their home in Tuscaloosa
cousin of the bride, was maid Ala. I

1 of honor. I, I
I .Bridesmaids were Miss t NOT ONLY HOW MANY

Paula Anice Turner of Dallas, .

Texas, Miss Adelia Haigler of Monster Sale I .,
I Montgomery, Ala., Miss Bar- ."-,,
bara Erdreich of Birmingham, i
'cousin of the bridegroom and Tremendous
( Miss Ruth Noble Golden oft Values :.'

t Columbus, Ga. Storewide %
All of the attendants wore .
'gowns of jade silk chiffon PAK 99c

over taffeta and matching I J I CANSfOREMOST
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t- I DEAR ABBY: This will kill you. We have nothing but a good impression, I feel like a fool. Any suggestions to help GOT WHUTAH r
: :money around our house, but I can't'spend any of it. You see, straighten me out? I'm in the middle of a series of treat- WANTS-SO AH'S l P P 'M DOORWAY 1.
.my husband is a NUMISMATIST (coin collector) who puts ments. THERE i.>=AVIr .:' THANK TO FREEDOM
:Everything he has into his hobby. I wanted to' spend $22.50 IN LOVE YOU ARE.ry. YO'MA M.7

.for 'a new Easter hat and he raised the roof. Yet he just DEAR IN: Your "romance" is neither seiious nor lasting.At .
, paid $75 for a HALF-DOLLAR. He said it was worth $100 because least you have no illusions about whether it is mutual. Z

it was made in 1799 and had seven stars on one side You'll get over it., Just keep telling yourself it doesn't make =

:and six on the other. This makes no sense to me at all any sense at all. Because-although it's not uncommon-it <
He gets piles of coin collectors' magazines, which also run doesn't.
:into money. Now I think every man should have a hobby, vvQuww o.
:but I would like to see a little money around here that I can DEAR ABBY: Is it true that you believe in spiritualismand 0.

spend card reading? There are some who say that that is how iayraara 4 9-4
; NUMISMATIST'S WIFE you get the answers, to the questions that people send in. I
would like an honest answer as this is very important to v
DEAR WIFE: Bone up on jour hubby's hobby. It's fascinating Thank
me. you.
: as well as profitable. One day you might come acrossa INQUISITIVE IN REDMOND, ORE.

| 1901 "S" quarter, which is worth $900. DEAR INQUISITIVE: Neigh! I use "horse sense." I DONT GOODY!! WHATWE'LL
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DEAR ABBY: I am a young matron who has been happily DEAR ABBY: I just read the letter from READY TO I'M FIX FROM I COULD GIT TWICE AS FUST? i
framed many years. We have a lovely family. I thought I was BURST, the woman whose mother-in-law was in the habit of CLEAN TOP TO BOTTOM.JUSHA1DWILLVE. OUT OF IT FAST -h
satisfied until I had seen my doctor a few times. I can't ex- calling everything her son's, as though he had no wife. It N aG
:plain it, but I have fallen madly in love with my doctor. This was "Bob's car, Bob's house, Bob's children," etc. My mother- HELP ME? 1 iy 'a

makes no sense at all as he is happily married, and I know in-law has the same habit. Nothing is ever mine. It's always
1 it is all one-sided and he hasn't the slightest interest in me. "Michael's." When I first became pregnant she went allover i 100

:But this feeling has me obsessed. It's like a high school ro- town announcing "Michael is going to have a baby!" v

mance. I am so self-conscious around him, trying to make MICHAEL'S WIFE w .: m j

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O Adventures in Does It Take?" Captain Kangaroo wants to drive her boy Q '

Paradise O Twilight Zone CD Rocky and His friend Paul Nichols to his 1HEWA5

5:25 O Moments in Sports Suzy Parker and Rich- Friends new job in Vermont. Guest

5:30 Q Newscope ard Long each play six 8:30 Q Robin Hood cast. includes_ Jeremy I
5:55 CD (Color) Local News, roles in "Number 12 CD (Color) Popeye and Slate, Linda Marsh, Lou
, Sports You. In Bozo Antonio, Sander Scabo, o HEWA5 GON
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Weather everybody undergoes "the Alvin 9:00 B CD Movie z DON 5ANTELL,COMES IN, BROTHERZ J DOWN AT f
6:30 Q O O News transformation" into one TELL HIM I'M WAITINGFORHIMINTHEBAR -, THEHELS/
9:30 O CD (Color) Ruff and ,
(Color) Saturday Night at '' tom
7:00 O Silent Service of several available mod Reddy / tvr,
the Movies: "The Naked
O Death Valley Days els of beautiful people. O Tennessee Tuxedo Spur." (1953)) In the VI
O Glenn Reeves But plain-looking Marilyn 10:00 Q CD (Color) Hector 1870's, an embittered 01 CFiLTI
7:30 O International Show- Cuberle stuns everyone by Heathcote rancher old :
prospector : ;
time preferring to remain justas O Quick Draw McGraw and an ex-Army officer -
The Hungarian National she is. 10:30 Q CD Fireball XL-5 join forces to \r I' -

Circus, taped in Buda- 10:00 O B Jack Paar O Mighty Mouse killer. Cast includes capturea : XI .I

pest, features a family of Variety 11:00 O CD Dennis the James Stewart, Janet !
slack-wire jugglers, a (Color) Comic Bob New- MenaceD Leigh Robert 1
hart verbalizes about w ,
trapeze artist perform Ranger Hal Ralph Meeker and Mil- F
ing Hungarian pull dogs, reporter and a photographer 11:30 Q CD Fury lard Mitchell. xs. Ii I
acrobatic balancing on a in a nudist O Roy Rogers -- I
ladder, and an elephantthat camp; soprano Marguerite 12:00 O CD (Color) 9:30 O Summer PlayhouseIn I till I KNOW IT-. WHY WOULD THEN I YOU'VE GOT THAT WRONG "t EVERYTH
shaves its trainer.O Piazza sings "Just Bullwinkle ; tonight's comedy, THAT WAV ON YOUR OCKD RUSH IS SlQW 'CLOrK. 1! BEEN SO CONFUSE
George Gobel the
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Great Adventure a ; O Theater X Y HAVE AN START ALL DAYs
"The Great Crusader," a Bruce Brown commentson "Spy in the Sky" role of the manager at IS sww AN HOUR HOUR SPAREr TOar
dramatized biography of his surfing films; and 2:30 B Science Fiction "The Apartment House" w 1 J '

the founder of the Criswell makes some po- Theater where a number of eccentric -1 ar i J J -

American Society for the litical predictions.O CD Mr. Wizard tenants reside. Fred rIroIIIo
Prevention of Cruelty to Alfred Hitchcock 1:00 O Men Into Space MacMurray, Steve Allen, \
: Animals. Cast includes: "Ten Minutes from Now." CD Yancy Derringer William Frawley, Regi-

Brian Keith, Frank Alet- The park commission has 1:150 BaseballCubs nald Gardiner. n

t ter, June Dayton, and been harassed by bomb vs. Cards 10:00 O Gunsmoke == 1We CI:

: Marion Ross. threats, so when James 1:25 O Sen. Smathers After eight years in pris-
Trials Bellington marches into son, Collie Patten is
CD Olympic 1:30 O CD Baseball released 9-M a
: (Special) the commissioner's office Indians vs. White Sox He blames Matt z
'Swimming', and the fin carrying a shoebox, the 4:00 CD Wrestling for his prison term and ti
police pounce. Cast includes tells the marshal
als in the women's 3- that he
Donnelly Rhodes, the last MARK W WORD THEYU BE TIRED
; meter springboard diving B To Be Announced spent eight years AND JAY COULDN'T GET A PLANE
Loraiy Chapman, Lou Ja- AS DOGS,TO0! THAT TRAIN 15 ALWAYS
competition. 4:30 Q Outlaws thinking of ways to get --SO DOUG AND I Will VERY HAPPY FROM THE, PORT AND ARE JAMMED WITH NOISY YOUNG FOLK5-COMJNS
cobi Neile Adams and
(Color) "The Game with Jess Kirkpatrick. Jason Evers, JacquelineScott NORTH-AND! MAMA 6 ALRLPJ / AND TOR HER! 20 MINUTE!
11:00 Q O News, Weather, MAKING PLANS LIK.E. CRATY. .
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Glass Pieces. James U1'd'
actor Sports 5:00 CD Porter WagnerO 11:00 B News 0 +
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unsuccessfully for Weather 5:30 CD Wilburn Brothers Detectives

: waiting his big break for over 10 11:25 O Movie- O NBC Sports Special "My Brother's Keeper." "I Y r 00I 94 T .1 I ,sIL ; j' Ir' ,p J?yx S s

: years, and the future Double Feature 6:00 O News, Weather, Russo and Conway are i

doesn't look very bright. "Drango." Union major I Sports assigned to investigate a I
: Cast includes: George Clint Drango is made O Fishing Fun series of loancompanythefts. ,; L 4
: Peppard, Madlyn Rrue, governor of the small 1 CD News, Sports The detectives II -i iI

Don Gordon and Darren Georgia town he has cap 1 6:15 O'News, Weather, stake out a loan office, A rY

: McGavin. tured. Jeff Chandler, Sports hoping to trap the holdupman.

O Route 66 Julie London, Joanne Dru. 6:30 DPassword-Allen .
: "Trap at Cordova." Tad "Spy in the Sky. Dr. Ludden 11:30 B Movie"I RoeEC,479) MAXIMUM EFFORT JL THE U.-PI5CIP1.NEP/ HELICOPTER PILOTS LOOSE THEIR
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in small New Mexico Bride. The MASTS
law Newhart frustratingevents 'COPTER
Russia with a valuable are the guest o 4_ 479 THIS IS CANYON IN
: town. They are sentenced prize-the code used in celebrities. which complicatethe JOINING FOR.THE LEAD'COPTS DOWND2AFT-NOW. DON'T START -
to remain there Sputnik radio signals. CD Flintstones courtship of a French .4 ::: MATION..OV RYOU ALL KNOW

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1:30 O CD On Parade nun.) 7:00 O Circus Boy Sheridan, Marion Mar

: Variety 11:30 B O (Color) Johnny O Jimmy Strickland shall, Randy Stuart William .; h, ;IE I

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Go 'Round" is a thought Ioo'm Broadway Goes Latin "The Bridge at Chalons.1 mm.) >
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expressed song SATURDAY Saunders' squad escorts "
: night's vocalist, Jane two demolition experts, "Fort Massacre. The a- III I

Morgan. Other songs on Morning and Afternoon Sergeant Turk and Corporal remnants of a U.S. Cavalry ,) ; h. III
: 'the parade are "My Love 7:00 O Union Pacific McQuillan, behind troop, under the 1l I
Doesn't Love Me" "Scar 7:05 O Humanities C-52 German lines a job command of SerceantVin-
: let Ribbons," "In Othe 7:30 O Sunday School Forum complicated by Turk's son, attempt to reach Fort
Crana via Indian ter-
obvious dislike for infan -Joel McCrea For- >c THEY LOOK: LIKE X LOVE TO THINK 1 NOW OON'T GET I
I 7:30 O Lieutenant rest Tucker, John Russell, AU.THOSSC2ATES. SCMETH'fxJSLOOK ; MECFIAn11CAJ. ONTO THAT
Service News '
Susan Cabot Anthony Ca- .'
In the "Cool of the Eve ..... y THINSSf
ning" Lieutenant Rice ruso, Bob Osterloh Den 6 \
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: Marine PvL Michael E. TimJ ner ,was in infantry instruc rescues Carol Wayden in min.) =
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tried iI
of 3458 NW
Eugene Timmerman I is a 1963 graduate of molest her. Guest Double Feature I s /y o (
cast in- (!)
11th Ave., recently graduated Gainesville High School. His 1. "The Bottom of the! I 1 MY
I cludes
from recruit training at the Marine parents> Mr. and Mrs. Van Q. Michael Kathryn and Hays, Bottle." (Drama; 1956)}..Eci
Strong Norman
Corps Recruit Depot, Par- McCoy, live at 1512 NW Seventh Fell. An escaped convict, trying]i f e".m

ris Island, S. C. PLBarney O Lucy-Desi to get to his wife and I 94rra

The training included drill, "Lucy's Summer Vaca- three children in Mexico,
bayonet training, physical fitness tion." Ida Lupino and goes to his brother for!I Uld s-
C. Re\eII, Jr., boat
and ceremoniesand
parades Howard Duff interfere aid. The latter is a successful --
othermilitary subjects. He swain's mate constructionman with Lucy's plans for a lawyer-rancher in PONT TURN AROUND I HAVE t3EUEVE R CR NCTt I WAS I
will report to Camp Lejeune, N. apprentice, USCG, son of Mr. weekend alone with Ric Arizona and fears that I 15 HE GONNA 5URE...HE'S .38 N MY/ HANG.JW THREE EXPECTING Y OU.JOKE5TEJC!
C., for combat infantry train and Mrs. Barney C. Revell, Sr. ky. contact with his brother: := OPEN UP? Gerr1W gofE H1M5ELFA : 6UE55E5 WHERE I GOT IT. NOW.GOING THE W THREE TAKE OF A R1DE U5 ARE! ,

ing. of 2880 SE 20th Ave., and Ger- 8:00 m Outer Limits will hurt his practice. Van

ald E. Reed, radioman second "The Architects of Fear." Johnson, Joseph Cotton, r' I L i' a. 1'ifrti ; '

w class, USCG, son of Mr. and Scientists believe that the Ruth Roman Jack Carson ==

Cadet Tidal W. McCoy, 19, a Mrs. Gerald E. Reed of Earl only way to insure international Margaret Hayes, < I
ton, serving aboard t he
Bruce Bennett 2. "The
third classman (sophomore) at peace'is to create
Coast Guard Cutter Cowslip. a "being from Man They Could Not
another: ,
the U. S. Military Academy at ;
Cowslip maintains aids to navigation planet" that will frighten Hang" A scientist en- I
West Point, N. Y., recently com- I Ir
engages in search and nations into deavors to discover a way
frir"y co
pleted two months of extensive i 1 rescue operations, and the en- .existence. Cast includes to restore the dead to c 7 Y O II

combat field training at theacademy's forcement of federal maritime i I Robert Culp, Leonard life. Boris Karloff, Lorna Q : 9y I
Camp laws. I Stone and Martin Wolfson. Gray, Robert Wilcox, -. I
The greater part of Cadet Mc- The 180-foot buoy tender op.prttP1 -I 8:30 B Joey Bishop Roger Pryor. (Two hours, h _--- I
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''I iIIf If iII--f Unitarians Seek Wise: Use ?. f.ti''t'" -

'' ?ft'

I!I Of 'The Stuff of Paradise9 4,

This is the conclusion of atiro -

part article on "Whatis
a Unitarian," in the Son's OURRELIGIONS About the AuthorKarl
series on "What Our RellgV WHAT
ions Are." S

M. Chworowsky is minister emeritus of the First
\ By KARL "1. CHWOROWSKY Unitarian Church of Fairfield County in Westport, Con-
necticut. He is a member of the United World Federalists,
the Unitarian Fellowship for Social Justice, the American
J AREness
"SalUnitarians Christian Palestine Committee, the American Civil liber-

i ties Union, and the American Humanist Association.Mr. .
believe" in '''salvar. Chworowsky for 12 years was minister of the Uni- Information contained in the Gainesville Sun's second annual
r. tion' by character. They hold tarian Church of Flatbush in Brooklyn. He has written

t that enlightened religion can many articles, sermons, and reviews which have been reprinted FOOTBALL SPECIAL, which hits the streets Sunday, will come
!' "save", us. by inspiring and of sin. Communion remains -captured the imagination of in journals throughout the world.
helping us to build a society in for Unitarians a cere- many who find them emotion- straight from the horses' mouths.

I,, which moral values and spiritual mony through which "the still, ally satisfying. I
insight are the motivating small voice" of faith and hope Unitarians believe that life city, a Unitarian church may :else thinks or says or does. You I Outstanding writers from coast to
forces; a society in which modem and love speaks to us. goes on, and that its tomorrowwill have the atmosphere of a Luth- will enter into fellowship with,, sports .

I scientific knowledge will be determined not by the eran or Episcopalian or Con- other men and women who seek ito I i 'coast will fill you in on the goings-on in all
; be shared among all people. Do Unitarians believe in heaven arbitrary judgment of a tyrannical -gregationalist service. In an- worship and celebrate the!
r Thus can we find "salvation" and hell? God, but by our actions other, worship is characterizedby highest values in life through major college conferences.
f and the road that leads tot ,here and now, according to the utmost simplicity.Each truth, beauty and goodness. i
t peace, justice and brother. If by heaven you mean an God's eternal church is free to devel- Sun Editor kicks
way. Sports Joe Halberstein
hood. abode of eternal light, where op a service of worship that I ..
f needs all the in- the "saved and redeemed" en- best serves its people, and Unitarian What role have Unita- things off with of this '
: While man, May a Unitarian believe in American a complete wrapup y ear s
joy everlasting bliss, and if by ministers through long rians played L .
spiration that noble example what he pleases? I
and good education can give hell you mean the devil's eter- :tradition are accorded the rightof history? Florida Gators and a rundown of the 10 rugged
I : nal darkness, where the wick- While Unitarians believe in a free pulpit.Unitarians Many Unitarian names are,
I him, there is practical wisdom ed suffer unending torment.freedom of conscience and free- employ many in "The Hall of Fame" of\ Halberstein opponents.
in the saying "God helps those :
Man at and punishment then Unitar- dom of choice hi religion, theydo variations of the great hum- New York University. Here,'
; wholhelp. themselves. ians emphatically not follow every wind of doctrine an-divine the immortal leadersof 'I
repudiate theme of
among FRED
his'*best is the certain proof religion as RUSSELL, long-time sports editor of
I that. salvation lies within him. such beliefs. or accept uncritically expressed in meditation, music our republic, you will find I
If is to be saved, his I Unitarians believe that evil whatever they read or hear. I and poetry. Thomas Jefferson, John and I the Nashville Banner, will preview the Southeastern t
man i To believe, in the Unitariansense ,John Adams, George
and defeats itself and that virtue is I r
God-given mental capacity ;the reward of those who obey is to arrive at conviction Bancroft, William C u 11 e n Conference. Then there's JESSE OUT-
j, his potential t for good will save Do Unitarians try to make I I
the laws of man and God. The I through mental discipline and Bryant, William Ellery Chan-
him.here, *and .hereafter.. idea that a God of Love and I labor of the spirit and the heart. converts ning, Ralph Waldo Emerson,I LAR, Atlanta Constitution sports editor, pre

Mercy would want to consigna Dr. Charles Eliot, the late No. Unitarians do not prose- Oliver Wendell Holmes, Hen- dicting the SEC's stars and all-
I Do Unitarians baptize? human being because of Unitarian president of Harvard lytize; they do not send out ry W. Longfellow, James Rus-, a pre-season

JWhile many Unitarians do wrong-doing during a relativelybrief University, called Unitarianism missionaries. They do, quietlyand sell Lowell, Horace Mann conference team .,
practice baptism of infants and, spell of mortal existence; "a cheerful religi 0 n." effectively, let people and Francis Parkman. I
more-rarely, of adults, they to eternal damnation, or that It is cheerful because it encourages know who they are and what Present day Unitarians are i Russell
prefer-to look upon baptism as tha individual's victoryover they stand for. "He that hathan ... The
: God will reward the mortal proud of the distinguished humanitarian > i South will get more with
) (,symbolic act of dedication doers of good with everlasting ignorance, superstiti, ear, let him hear what the work of the Unitarian coverage
\ and""ban ng. It is not considered -happiness appears to most fear and uncertainty. Spirit saith.*" Service Committee as a # stories from FURMAN BISHER, sports editor of

I _' 'a m conveyor of "forgive-' : Unitarians as absurd-entirely i practical application of one of i w #
rieas ef sin-or of God's "spe inconsistent with any moral How does one become a Uni their principles, "Helping others the Atlanta Journal, on outlook in the South in
Do Unitarians believe in
181-gr aee' toward sinners: tarian? "
concept Deity.As to help themselves.
? future SAM ADAMS editor ,
i =UnttarTans find it hard to discuss regards our notion of prayer Of course they do. Some Unitarians Not by baptism or confirmation Whether you think of public I years; sports of

with restraint the, teaching heaven, these lines by Edwin prefer to call prayer nor by the required acceptance -schools or the abolition of slavery -i the Alabama Journal, on the SEC's premier .'
i, in some churches that baptism Markham may indicate what "meditation" or "aspiration." of dogmatic creeds.To of equal rights, of peace,II $ .
washes away the stain of many Unitarians believe: But in their prayers and meditations become a Unitarian you of the just demands of labor, sophomores; BILL McGROTHA TallahasseeAdams
"original sin." They,'are horri- "We men of Earth have here Unitarians do not should (1)) feel within your 'of the rights of minority I I
fied by the idea of "infant dam- the stuff pray "in the name of the Father -own heart and mind the love :groups, of penology or public i Democrat sports editor, on Florida State University

nation"which: consigns ,unbap- Of Paradisewe i have and the Son and the Holy of freedom of thought and con- health in all these movements and Florida A&M JOHN CRITTEN-
tized infants .to perdition enough! Ghost," nor do they commonly science; (2)) recognize the demand to make America truly)I ;
'You .can .become.Unitarian We need no other stones to end their prayers in the of the voice of reason, "the land of the free," men DEN, sports writer for the Miami News, on _
without.being'baptized! ,,'and you name of Jesus. An observerwill challenging you to examine the and women of the Unitarian:
can remain good. Unitarian buildThe Temple of the Unfulfilled find that Unitarians fully truths you would incorporate in- Universalist Church have given University of Miami; and PAUL HEMPHILL,
with'Eap fism. -. the mood of heart to the texture of your personal and are giving of their best;; ,.
.. appreciate
--- --_.. .'-- Here on the paths of everyday and mind that finds expressionin faith; ((3)) affirm and promotethe efforts, their noblest devotion I sports editor of the Tampa Times, on Universityof f"t-
Do Unitariansobserve.Holy l dignity of man: (4) remain and their creative imagination. -, ;J:. t.A
prayer. Tampa. :'
Communion?' Here on the common human t receptive to new knowledge:! .
Where-Communion Js obsery- wayIs What is the Unitarian posi- and ((5)) uphold the ideals of II
it is democracy.It NEXT What Is An Ag- WHITEY KELLEY executive editor
erin Unitarian churches all the stuff the gods tion on divorce? I sports ?
rite of remembrance is your own mind and nostic?
a symbolic and fellowship. It is in- To would build take a Heaven, to mold Unitarians theological recognize doctrine no specifically as-heart that will make you a Uni- (c. 1963-64 by Cowles Maga-I, of the Charlotte, N. C., Observer, will give a Cutler

to remind the partici- tarian, not what somebody zines and Broadcasting, Inc.) I Ii
tended and make regards divorce. This questionis 1 1I ".3 full scale report on the Atlantic Coast and
pants of the Last Supper. New Edens. Ours the stuff referred to the individual's I
For Unitarians, this is a cere- sublimeTo conscience, intelligence and: Southern Conferences.
mony in which the sharing of build Eternity in time." common sense. The church is''i I .a

bread and wine, in solemn Unitarians think of hell as always ready to offer counsel ARNIE BURDICK, sports editor of the Syracuse -
fellowship of reverent memory man's failure to be and live up and advice in keeping with its!I SIMCA ;
and devotion, brings back the to his best. Hell is injustice ethical and spiritual ideals. .. ft N. Y., Herald-Journal, will preview the
inspiring image of Him whose violence, tyranny, hatred, war ,* I
life was devoted to the estab- and everything that fits these What is the Unitarian posi-Ii Ivy League and strong Eastern independents
lishment of peace and goodwill Satanic categories. Let us fight tion on birth control? i is
the Navy Army, Pittsburgh Penn State and
on earth. these evil forces here and now Most Unitarians are strong Syra-
We do not believe that any to help create that Paradise of advocates of birth control in Si Bisher cuse.

supernatural power or "grace"resides which the poets speak. a world that is threatened witha i

in this sacrament, or population explosion. LEADER The Southwest Conference and defending ', '
that its observance automatic- .
ally conveys any special spiri- Do Unitarians believe in immortality How is the Unitarian Church national champion Texas will be in the hands ,
tual gift, such as the forgive- ? ? 4.
organized of BLACKIE SHERROD editor of the Dallas
Unitarian attitudes toward In Unitarian Church organization -i sports -

.CofC Forms immortality vary widely. Some "congregational polity" Times-Herald and president of the Football ,
Unitarians hold views which prevails. Each local church en-
closely approach tradition a 1 joys full self-determination in i'I Writers Association of America.
ConunitteeDivisions Judaism and Christianity; oth- I all matters and jealously T
ers admit to being humble agnostics -guards its interests as an au-
as regards "life after tonomous body. This continuesto 1 I
death" or "life everlasting." be true for the Unitarian Uni O 1t I

of Chamber of Religious Liberals sometimes versalist Association.
7A new system
; PAUL HOR UNC editor of the
Commerce committee work hqld conceptions of immortality t I sports

was approved yesterday at a that are sympathetic to Do Unitarian'services differ 't':1jJ I Columbus, Ohio Dispatch will preview the
general CofC membership such Eastern religions as Hindu- from those in other churches? ,
ism and Buddhism. Socrates Some forms of Unitarian wor- Ten and midtllI
meeting. y perennially powerful Big major -
Five divisions to be headed noble sentiments about immortality -ship resemble services in oth- \ t

by appointed vice presidents I in the Phaedo, have er Protestant churches. In one I 'iYou'11 ;! ;.. mmHemphill west independents.
were established. The CofC
members will be assigned to .
I one of the five areas bus i i- Philgas costs
ness' development, community brush away The Big Eight, home of Orange Bowl champ

development, public affairs,I the old ideas about econ Nebraska and rugged Oklahoma, and the Mis- .
cars when drive the
(' legislation affairs and less than omy you
zation improvement.Vice organl-I you :family-size SIMCA :for 1965. Take souri Valley Conference will be covered by BILL Y
president Frank :for instance the long gas mileage of 33 or

son Clarence 'Ayers and Pierce I natural more miles per gallon and Chrysler's money CONNORS, sports editor of the Tulsa, Okla., :; t

Smith ,were appointed to handle, gas :, saving 5-year or 50,000 mile warranty. No World.
I classification assignm e '
ntsj' other car can pass these tests. You don'thave
for the-new divisions. .
The" chamber's annual dinner j to dig as deep to own one either. Only
the i $1595* for the 1965 SIMCA, and the low
will be Oct. 1 at
meeting with
If you cook and heat water .
University of Florida Student I natural gas you can change now monthly payments won't make cavities in .5 Sherrod
Service Center. pocketbook. Come in and make d'
to more economical quality Phil- your your S I
gas and save $1 to $3 every month on your own test.
Book Banned gas bill. And now is the time to change over The Far West will be previewed by ABE
I ''BOSTON (AP) "Fanny before the bigger gas-using months of winter i
Hilf,"the novel about a woman i i arrive. Because of reduced starting tempera- CHANIN, sports editor of the Arizona Daily .
i I In the best of tures it takes 15% more fuel to cook in win-
who didn't move I If r
\ IJndon.cln:1es. will begin ter, and up to 35% more to heat 'water. Call Star, on the Rocky Mountain Conference and
f today and start saving now!
;, ing. 'off. Boston mov-j s Chonin independent Air Force; and GEORGE ROSS,

day.Superior Court Judge Donald i i Ii IiM.,1.IacaUley SPECIAL INTRODUCTORYOFFER sports editor of the Oakland, Calif., Tribune, on the West Coast,
after reading the I <<
18th century novel four times, A Month's including powerful Southern California and Washington. -
ruled it is "obscen.t Indecent I
and impure." : Supply of LP Gas > I

The book subtitled "Memoirs\ 1595. It will all come your way
of_: Jffoman of Pleasure," has, ,' I

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n ,.- HOLLYWOOD (AP) "Whatdo his career. or over to -Cr Ifitf1-ParLrJika::
t7; (" I do? I do nothing," says to walk. -: -

,: : :.'d. ENTERTAINMENT i Percy Kilbride. "I'm more or That was 11 years ago, and he t 7 '

less a- well, you might call me now appears as hale as in his ."At night I stay in my.apad-

i. .. X Oia ttsuilhltau1JSmt a bum." prime as Pa Kettle. He admitted ment and read. Don't watch' tel :

'. R that retirement sits well evision. Don't do much of any- .
That's not likely. Kilbride is a with him. .
spry crickety, tweed-suited thing. Don't miss doing any

Comedy Director Makes gentleman of 77 years. He is the "I live very quietly," he re thing. It's pretty easy to.dp, you

only Boulevard regular who is marked. "I see some friendsnow know if you set your mind tq.i it.'

recognized by the present gen- and then. Mostly, I walk. I I think it comes easy to acto :

Film on Drug : AddictionBy eration of movie fans. walk four miles "a day or more We spend a great deal of our
down to Wilshire Boulevard lives doing nothing."
"Hey you're Pa Kettle!" ... ....
__ BOB THOMAS vital, so important that it has to tourists shout at the trim-fi [Back Because We Think It's Truly A Fine Picture
AP Movie-Television Writer be told. gured, hawk-nosed
... ,1 man. He
\ "I first found out about the gives them a half smile Academy Award Winner ENDS
HOLLYWOOD (AP-Why and a _..... :,. SAT.
place two and a half years ago. cock of the head, then hurrieson >
would a director of smart come-
I was down at my place at the his way. He spent a half cen- $ dpPJ!

"''" ''',,,, '"<,.., """,, dies turn to a film about the rehabilitation -beach one evening with a coupleof tury as an actor and finds that -..
of dope addicts? friends, and we were listen- the public remembers him onlyas !} .. POJ.tIerM

Richard has his ing to the radio. A disc jockey the hayseed Pa of the Kettle r, I
Quine rea- said he going to a family series which I A;
sons. The director of "Solid was pray he recalls (@ I It
1 record of a conversation among with distaste. RAIPWJltm >
u Gold Cadillac, "Bell, Book and
.,. ., some dope addicts."I j
Candle" and the justfinished"How His career started in 1905 in @JLtIb1e
to Murder Your Wife," he listened and was amazed. his native San Francisco and
When it was over, I .said to my AT. 7l71o
RevivalA starts next week shooting "Syn- nearly ended the next in ciiii
Hemmingway anon." It's a drama based on friends, 'Let's find out about the earthquake. He survived year but |J-3-5-7 & -11l.l/J.1L( <
love of fast cars-and men-brings Angie Dickinson to the race track and haven true happenings for narcotics at the addicts famed in this we drove place down called the Synanon.coast for So a his theater of didn't, and he began ------------ .. ....- .
years traveling with stock
to John Cassevetes in a re-make of Ernest Hemmingway's "The Killers, open- Santa Monica. visit."
ing tonight at the Gainesville Drive-In. Also in the cast are Lee Marvin, Ronald Quine found himself immedi- melodrama companies, playing a different NOW AVAILABLE! =lI
Reagan and Clu Culager.Three "I'm making the film becauseI weekly. He later
ately engrossed in the place. It made it to Broodway as a
have to," Quine explained. founded in 1958 former popu =1
was by a lar character and
man came to "
I "The story of Synanon seems so alcoholic named Chuck Deder- films in the role he created on A Texan Looks "

Decades After Death ich. The idea was to provide the stage in "George Washington u'
communal living for victims of Slept Here.

Finds Trouble dope, drink, and sex who volun- .I
,i tarily wanted to help them- Kilbride enjoyed steady .
Harlow Still Stirs Hollywood Close to Home selves. They would work to support ployment in films, often em-I: Al Lyndon" :JII

the place and talk out their taxi driver w even- though ; :

-- PEORIA, HI. (AP) State's problems in hard-hitting semi- didn't drive. Then fate was to

@ Nrm Unrk Sfntru ed script at this point. Levine!, for the book. Levine said he had Attorney James Cunningham, nars, the word which was least him and Marjorie Main as by J. Everts Haley, j I.I .

By PETER BART said he is working from a detailed made a bid for the book but whose office is conducting a slurred to produce "Synanon." the rambunctious Kettles in
, HOLLYWOOD An actress outline of Miss H a r. felt the price was too high and drive against delinquent Peoria "The place was controversialfrom "The Egg and I." I noted Southwest historian and cowman. A lifelong Democrat:.

'; 'who died nearly three decades low's life and is about to sign decided to make the film with- County tax payers, has sus- the start, and Dedericheven : Mr. Haley is the most qualified author to write the story of\ _
x has suddenly become a screen writer. out buying the book. pended three assistants he said went to jail for zoning in- The follow-up series was high- Lyndon Boines Johnson. He reveals how a Texas school teacher_ i
ago ly successful. I amassed
the "hottest property" in Hol- Ironically while much of the "The story, after all, is in were in the same category. fractions," said Quine. "But the But Kilbride was $14.000.000. during 30 years as a public servant; .I
distressed at playing the the how and why of notorious "Ballot Box 13" about
same Lyndon's -
present public interest in the the public domain, Skols k y important thing is that Synanon
lywood. Harlow story was stimulated by points out.Levine i' Two of them were reinstated works. It can help not only dope i bucolic character and the sight- I protege. Bobby Baker; and the connection with Billy 'J
Three producers have announced Irving Shulman's best selling said he had been in-Thursday after paying their real addicts but delin- gag stunts were too violent for Sol Estes. You owe it to yourself, your family and your count rY"-
their intention to do estate taxes. The third was out his delicate constitution. to be correctly informed on this man who seeks to be elected;. I'
biography, "Harlow, no one terested in the Harlow story quents, alcoholics and I
pictures about the life of Jean persons President. This book is factual and well documented. '"*
of town and not :
at this point has purchasedscreen long before the present book immediately
with mental
problems. contract I
each of the three I my was up,
and '
I insists Harlow,that his picture will be rights to the book. I was published. He said he had available for comment. "I can't tell you how much told the studio I wouldn't do any I ORDER TODAY :1:

the first to go before the pub- According to trade reports;! registered several proposed titles Cunningham said the three Synanon has helped me in show-! more," he said. "But then a For 1 send
representatives of Shulman and many months ago. Carroll were delinquent in tax pay- ing men that guilt is unnecessary new regime took over Univer- copy $1.00 Postpaid -- I:

) lic.The last to make his announcement his publisher Bernard Geis As-'! Baker is now starring in Levine's "- ments for this year only. and wrong. The people sal. They offered me a lim- I For 10 copies send $7.50 Postpaid ,
sociates, were asking $250,000 "The Carpetbaggers.
was Josenh E. Levine down there are amazing; they I(ousine to and from work and an 1I

who made known his BeatlemaniaWISBECH come as close to honesty as, amazing amount of money. I For 25 copies send $15.00 Postpaid. :-

plans Sunday amid consider- Lassie Gets New Master anyone Quine I has know.found" no troublein "Well, I agreed to do one For 100 copies send $50.00 Postpaid ,:'I

able pageantry at the Beverly England (AP) casting. Cast members like more. But I made them put in

Hills Hotel. ,Geone Regester, 16, today the contract that no one at the
Stella Stevens, Richard Conte
Rising to address assembled Old Hat to 'Him'By I claimed the world record for and Eartha Kitt are so sold on studio could even mention the Adelphi Distributing Corp. J
Levine said he had possibility that I
reporters might do an-
Beatlemania. She said she has Synanon that they are workingfor
hired a director Gordon Dou- CYNTHIA LOWRY the farm. No matter what you 8,820 pictures of the moptoppedfour. less than their usual sala- other one." I P. 0. Box 22243. Houston, Texas ,77027 -:II

glas, and decided" on then a title add-, AP Television-Radio Writer I did, you still had to go back to ries. Kilbride limped through "Ma Call collect: AC 505 546-2693 ---- :
"Jean Harlow. He the three
and the farm.
s HOLLYWOOD (APSundayis ) I people and Pa Kettle at All orders :
Home shipped prepaid :
ed that he also had decided on the postage .:
day for I She admitted viewers
departure young COME JOIN ROBIN AND HIS seventh of the series. He
and beckoned was -
a star dramatically to play Harlow toward a "Lassie." CBS' top dog, return might shed a few sad tears at MERRIE MEN IN A WHING DING ill and distressed by the end so of I''II DEALERS SERVICED PROMPTLY -:
ing for its 11th television season, the separation of dog and young it that he
OF MIRTH AND MELODY! decided to close out,
nearby stage. will be left behind with a new'(master. - Rts --lit--=1EiIt.

The curtains promptly partedto owner, when his long-time family -! "Sure, they may weep a little, I STARTS TONJTE! C
reveal Carroll Baker, the moves to Australia. but I don't think it will tear A. '

blond actress, seated in a Lassie, if not the viewers, them apart," she said. : .,-"..:..::...<",.. 2 Exciting Hits!' I

sleek yellow Jspfta, Franchini, ought to be accustomed to fami- The big change of format, she : .:itt:;; Open 6:30-Show _
1932 adorned in a Har- undertaken '.. ....,.,:.. .; .... 7:15
circa emphasized, was not <> 7.
Her accu-
changes. (or, more )J.
"This is because .i ...ti?f sy : : >itw See Both Complete Late As S:05 _
low-like costume. my rately, his) new owner will be a young Provost was {n M -.:.::" :' '. .:*'. ":::.., I
star," said Levine proudly, forest ranger and become Lassie's outgrowing his role or because .'-. # tI. < "" !124Ar>Ji&fjjJtRS-R90cl. Rt. 20 Phone FR 6-5011
while Miss Baker smiled. there was dissatisfactionwith -
second and one-half family any :
While Levine was proclaiming other players or the show. ., r4
\ his intention of m a king TV The dog star, after about 20 ::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ;;:::::: :: "
At the beginning of the FRANK SINATRA iiiimmmmmimmimimmHmiimmimHmmmmmHmmmmmmmmmmimimH:1iimim !
"Jean Harlow" in association years in movies and television, MIVERSALI1T
series, Lassie was owned by a nm
with Paramount Pictures, 20th is an institution. The Wrathers DEAN MARTIN UDIOS ;
family of three, including a boy,
Century-Fox was rushing plans be- make no secret of the fact that !liili

for its own version of the Har- Tommy. Tommy, however- for the "Lassie" is the second to bear N SAMMY DAVIS, JR. .!.. / ." ......
gan to get pretty the and has been m '< : mm
low story. name always a At 7.15' & 11:00JJ
The Fox picture will be bas- part, so Jon Provost adopted was introduced by male collie. ilnD II&a-.BARBARA RUSH ::: There ismore ;...:..:.:...:.:..
as an orphan ...... ti mm
treatment that had been .. .. .. BING CROSBY
ed .
on a and later Tommy .. > m
the family, .. II I I DC 1 1m::
prepared by Adela Rogers St. quietly disappeared.Then 'S. ............4I' ---PETER FALK"Gainesville's m than ;mg
Johns for the late Jerry Wald. ii! ...
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Lassie .A.bSt to
season one way
one frid _
Wald had planned to star & ( .:
Monroe Kim Novak |turned up with a set of brand ,. TECHNICOLOR H- : ,:: .=A/ / ilmU
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1 t Sun Sports Editor Cliett's knee mishap of two rett Vero Beach, a fine f i eld Ankle'

. It's a good thing Florida's days ago turned out to be severe -goal kicker who has moved to ,Sprains

\ 1964. .football squad has a sizeable torn cartilages. Cliett; may second unit defensive end; Steve

collection of sophomoresrated be out a month. Carr, who has Heidt, Albany, Ga., a "hitter"for I ....

among the finest talent to been a football standout ever whom a place has to be .

come' to the school. since arriving at the UF, cur- found in the lineup, may wind j By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

It appears quite a few of them rently is No. 1 on the offensive up as a linebacker; and Graham -., s.- Mississippi State coaches

are going to get their baptismal team. McKeel, fullback from Lake- .4..a' uIT iR waded for the results of X-rays

early two weeks from Other Sophs land; Marquis Baeszler, halfback 1 today to see'how serious was

tomorrow against Sou n ern Along with Carr, several other from Atlanta; and John i the sprained ankle suffered by

Methodist.Bill sophomores have commanded Feiber, fullback from Gaines- the Bulldogs' No. 1 quarterback,

Carr, rugged center attention. They include tac- ville, all are expected to help on : Don Edwards.

j from Pensacola, moved into the kle Wally Colson, Valdosta, Ga., offense.In .: _, ;ayN Trainer W. J. Luchsinger said

starting array picture yester working ahead of injured Syd- addition, speedster George the sprain, sustained in a rou-

Grandy of Jacksonville,.still re- .""" tine conditioning drill, was not
cuperating from a severe knee too serious but coaches were

injury suffered in his frosh "". waiting for the X-ray report to

Are campaign has moved from make
They up I. sure.
the B squad to the varsity as ." The 170 pound senior who Friday, September 4, 1964MANTILLA

a defensive back. coach Paul Davis said has

Perked Up :"been looking exceptionally

The Gators perked up some- !good in our early work this

SEC what yesterday for a better drill IN. :fall" will likely be sidelined for

Top than most this fall. Highlightswere I several days of the preparation

goal line defense, the kick- :for the season's opener with BAT
ing via specialist Hal Sey- "
'.:." game !,Texas Tech.
: mour and quarterback Steve In the meantime Davis plansto

:: tl"'. '. Spurrier; and some fine offen- KICKING SPECIALIST HAL SEYMOUR fill in with Ashby Cook and

.Ed! v or.r, "> Stars ?: sive running by several backs.In Stands Out in Practice Session Jim McBride in the closed-door BURNING HOTBy

., \ .t I II addition, offensive blocking practice sessions.
I showed some improvement. Closed Doors

,) Already this season the UF GHS After a picture making session MURRAY CRASS The Red Sox, however, struck

has spent more time on goal 'CanesSet Auburn's Tigers drilled be- Associated Press Sports Writer back in the seventh on Ed Bres-
Want to know who the top stars in the Southeastern Conference
line defense than it did the en- hind closed doors. Coach Ralph Felix Mantilla has moved

are going to be in 1964? tire year in 1963. It's paying off, Jordan said he has moved John around so much this season, reliever:

The 11 schools in the SEC have compiled a "master list" too, as the defenders develop Scrimmage McAfee to guard and will makea Boston Manager Johnny Pesky Boost Lead

of potential stars-through the offices of sports information pride in their ability to containthe wingback out of Gerald Grossto would like to give him a rest. The Orioles increased their
B squad. Eight straight
directors. the two But you don't bench a guywho's
strengthen positions
plays from the five yard line league lead to one game over
hitting home runs at a
These are the players'who will get the "buildup" for all yesterday got the Bs only to the Tonight at 7 which worry him most. Paul faster rate than Dick Stuart. the idle Chicago White Sox.
At coach
the laurels. Some of them will make it-most won't. And two-yard stripe. Tuscaloosa, The 30-year-old Mantilla con- Wally Bunker pitched a six.hit-

there always will be the newcomers, the surprises. Set Scrimmage !Bryant said he found something tinued his amazing onslaught ter for his 14th triumph against

The Gt r-m-he a full- Gainesville High School will good day in parts of the practice -during the Alabama' practicethat Thursday night, clouting two four defeats, giving up a run in
Florida is represented, as expected, by fullback Larry at 7 o'clock it greatly him the fourth inning on singles by
scale controlled scrimmage tomorrow scrimmage tonightat was the best we've .been homers and two singles drivingin
Dupree, tackle Dennis Murphy, center Roger Pettee, and starting at 2 p.m. It Harris, Field and Coach Jim all fall." "good leadership." However, three runs as Boston defeated Harmon Killebrew and Jimmie
: -
ends Barry Brown and Charles Casey.. will be complete with Southeastern Niblack said the public is invited Hurse said offense looked Bryant declined to specify the Kansas City 75. Hall, a walk and a.grounder.Jack .

Here's a ,breakdown on the remainder of the 46 players Conference officials to check to watch the workout. sharp and defense was a little leaders. He did single out two The homers increased Mantil- Brandt ripped a three-
for rules violations. Niblack said the 'Canes spent improved. "Our sophomores, guard Jimmy Fuller run double with two out in the
tapped,stardom. this season: passing game and halfback Trimblefor la's season total to 24, only 11
Coach Ray Graves plans to yesterday's workout prepping continues to be sharp' with Wayne short of the number he hit altogether seventh'inning, breaking a 1-1

Ends Allen Brown, Ole Miss; Pat Hodgson, Georgia; continue two a-day prac- for the head knocking tonight. quarterbacks Phil Elder and praise after the practice. in his first eight seasonsin tie. The blow came off starter
Vanderbilt coach Jack Green
tices through Labor Day, Mon- "We practiced our kicking Don Falcon throwing well. Our the majors. Camilo Pascual, 13-10, after
day. Classes start on Tuesdayand game," he said. four ends are catching the ball had good words for junior tackle Baltimore loaded the bases on
Stuart leads the Red Sox with
Steve Smith and
the Orange and Blue will Niblack revealed the Gunga better than we have had in sophomore Luis Aparicio's single, a double}
30 homers he also is tied for
cut to the once-a-day drill at 4 Dins, unbeaten last year could the'past few seasons." guard Mike Dawson following a fourth by Brooks Robinson and an in-
in the American
light contact drill. He said League
a p.m. thereafter. not line up a slate this season. Hurse said fullback Mickey tentional walk to Charlie Lau
i to a tr 1 i Place kicker Bob Lyle suffered -"We'll carry all of them on the 'Agner ran well and 196poundtackle Smith "sure has come back fast but the slugging first baseman The third-place Yankees ,f ll
has his
hit homers the
an injury to his left an- varsity," the GHS coach said. Tommy Thomas had his this fall," and Dawson "im- at four games behind the Orioles,
rate of for times
17 at
b one
Itjr kle yesterday. Lyle is splitting Lake City, Platka, Starke and best day until he was kicked in presses me more and more each bat. Mantilla every has connectedonce getting only four hits off the

; time as second team tackle on Ocala have been GHS foes for the workout. "We don't know day. combined pitching Ken Mc-

offense. junior varisty play in the past. how bad he's hurt but it appearsit "Disappointing"To every Six 14 Positions trips to the plate. Bride and Bob .Lee. McBride

the Georgia coach Vince Dooley went the first five innings and
The, first three dropped will be a bad foot bruise. Mantilla has started at six
'Canes and Ocala cut from two The Tornadoes are 'to scrim- the day's practice was dis- gained only his second'victo'iy
all three outfield
Randy: 'Humble, 'Vanderbilt; Tommy Inman, Mississippi i RalstonTo games to one. With only a one- mage today.Torres. appointing. "We didn't look positions second- base since June 11.Chiefs.

State; Rick Kestner, Kentucky; Ron Krajewski, Tulane; game; schedule, Niblack felt it good doing anything," he said, posts third, base. He ,played shortstopand left

Charles Stephens, 'Alabama.Four the though he expressed satisfaction
would be better to move
Test field for his latest outburst.His Turn
Seeks with the of three
the Gunga Dins up to the var- progress first homer opened a two-
Great GuardsTackles young tackles Ken Pillsbury,
sity. run fifth inning that tied the

-' Joe Graham, Vandy; Gary Hart, Vandy; Sore AnkleFOREST P. K. Yonge Sliced had A Bit its practice Bout Victory Vance ton. Evans and George Pat- game 3-3. Mantilla's runscoringsingle To Warner

the Red Sox another
James Harvey, Mississippi; Dan Kearley, Alabama; Mau- time sliced a bit by reshootingof Kentucky worked on passingin gave

rice,. Moorman, Kentucky; Tommy Neville. Mississippi HILLS, N.Y. (AP) pictures for the school pro- MIAMI (AP) ,- Jose Torres, what coach Charlie Brad. deadlock 4-4, in the sixth. He For
finished his attack witha Victory
State; Ray Rissmillerr: Georgia; and -Jack Thornton, Au- The big question surroundingAmerica's Coach Mike Gutierrez the hard-punching Puerto Rican shaw called a good session. one-man _
gram. b sesempty'homer in the
burn. hopes of keeping the said the Blue Wave worked on middleweight got a good workout "Our pass protection has greatly eighth. By HAL BOCK

Guards Justin Canale, Mississippi State; Steve De- Davis answered Cup today was expected when Dennis to be :goal line offense and defense for tonight's 10-round fight improved," he said, "andwe're In other AL games, Baltimore Associated Press Sports Writer

Stan Hindman Mississippi Remi, Prud- and spent time on material information with Gomeo Brennan of Bim- giving the quarterbacksmore
Tennessee ; and
Long, ; Ralston tested his twisted ankleon defeated Minnesota 4-1 Los The Kansas City Chiefs, who
LSU.Centers regarding particular ini-the next-to-last of the reg- time to throw the ball." '
homme, the center court at the West Angeles stopped New York 4-2. had some trouble winning ball
ular television Coach of
that might bouts. Doug Dickey Ten-
play Dick Radatz recorded his 13th last have had
Frank Emanuel, Tennessee; Bill Goss, Tulane Side Tennis Club. games year, may
pop up in a game. Spotting the No. 1 middleweight nessee moved two players to in relief for Boston allowing the
State Calvin Withrow Ken- The onetime problem boy victory answer sitting on the end of
; Pat Watson, Mississippi ; 1 I "I though it was an informative new positions and promoted an-
challenger Rodriguez
the final four
from Bakersfield, Calif., played two hits the bench all the time..
tucky. Terry Ryan of South Africa in I' session and a good one, ; working out at the Fifth other. He moved Lee Mace innings. He struck out six. One Charley Warner, a runner
Rick Norton Kentucky Jimmy Sidle Gutierrez said. The Wave w i 11 Street Gym Thursday Torres from fullback to wingback and Radatz
Quarterbacks the first round of the National of the hits off was from Prairie View A&M, spent
Auburn; Pat Screen, LSU; Joe Weathlery, Ole Miss. Tennis Championships.Ralston have a controlled scrimmage today invited him into the ring. John Paty from wingback to Wayne Causey's runproducingsingle most of his rookie season watch-
and lean toward more contact The resulting two-round melee tailback. In addition, Terry in the sixth that put the
Bird who with Chuck McKinley ing the Chiefs dissipate the
Frank Antonini Kentucky Rodger I
Halfbacks ; i work. drew applause from Bird, a 106 pound sophomore, lead.
Frederickson captured the big silver light heavY-. Athletics into a 5-4 American Football League
Mike Dennis Ole Miss Tucker ,
Kentucky; ; 1 Meet Set was'moved to first string defen-
weight champion. ill I e Pas-
Auburn; Joe LaBruzzo. LSU; Dave Wells, Ole Miss; Toby trophy from the Australians last Gutierrez said a Keystone trano and a dozen other fighterswho sive tackle while co-captain Carl championship they had won a
Wilt Vanderbilt. year in Adelaide, Australia, is year earlier as the Dallas Tex-
counted on to help defend the Conference meeting will be held stopped to watch. Ellis recuperates from a stom- --

Fullbacks Bill Cody, Auburn;' Hoyle Granger, Missis- Cup against the same Aussies at .P. K. Yonge school tomor- Rodriguez rocked Torres witha ach disorder. ans.But against the Houston Oil-

sippi State; Frank Kinard Mississippi; Frank Lankewicz, Sept. 25-27 in Cleveland. row at 9:30 a.m. The local solid right in the first round Stress Passing he
ers Thursday night scoredone
Georgia; Stan Mitchell, Tennessee; Don Schwab, LS U; However, it is not the Davis school is acting as "officials"for and was himself shaken up bya Tulane stressed passing in touchdown on a 97-yard

George Smith, Tulane. Cup which has his immediate the conference this season."We'll pair of sizzling left hooks to preparation for its opener with BALTIMORE abrhbi MINNESOTA abrhbi kickoff return, ran back a'punt
attention."I have a drill in shorts the head. They continued to national champion Texas. The Snyder h 3000 Rollins 3b 4010
Ole Miss Leads 7:30 to 8:30 ajn. tomor- Apsrkio >s 4010 Versalles as 4000 80 yards setting up a field goal
WayThe from Green
want to win the national bang away through the second Wave also reviewed defensive Siebern 16 4110 Oliva rf 4000 and helped the Chiefs whack the
championship," Ralston said row," Gutierrez said. round. assignments and punting Robinson 3D 4 2 2 1 Klllebrew If 41 2 0
Bens rf 4000 Han ct 4020 Oilers 27.17 for their fourth
breakdown by teams goes like this: after practice Thursday."That's At Lincoln, Coach Jesse Torres, with a record of 29 without ends Jim Saxon and Lau c 2100 Allison 1b 2000 ex-
Heard is looking for a fullback. Brandt cf 4023 Henry c 4001 hibition victory in five starts.
Florida five; Ole Miss, seven; Mississippi State, five; the biggest thing in my victories one defeat and one Dave Fletcher, tackle Mack Adair 2b 2000 Kindall 2t 2000
"I've had good fullbacks'every draw is Bunker p 4000 Kostro ph 1010 There are no games scheduled
mind at the moment"Ralston ranked as No. 7 mid- Brabham and halfbacks Carl
Auburn, four;' Tulane, three; Tennessee, three; Kentucky, six; he said Goryl 26 1000 but both the
here Americanand
hurt his in year I've been dleweight, challenger Crowder Pascual p 2000 tonight
Alabama three LSU right ankle by Ring and Mal Ziegler, all
Vanderbilt two Georgia four.
four; ; ; weak spot at Mincher ph 1 0 0 0 National Leagues
the Casino Tournament Newport "but it's our present Magazine. Brennan a veteran out with move
at minor injuries. Trials 31 4 4 4 Totals 331 4 1
After looking it all over, how many readers spotted the R.I., last month, default- We may have to change our with 58' victories, nine losses Mississippi took the day off Baltimore .. .. .,. ,. lOt 010 JOO-4 back into action Saturday.In .
did list Joe Namath ...r. ... .. .
fact that 'Bama not quarterback as a somewhat if we can't Minnesota .. ? lOt ICO OQQ-1 the AFL winless Boston
ing in the finals to teammate offense and five draws on his record, while coaches and some playerswere ,
I "star," Wonder who's trying to kid whom? McKinley. He find anyone capable at the posi- is unranked. E-Hone. OP-Minnesota 1. LOB-Bal- visits Denver, Buffalo and New
was getting along attendinog the funeral of timore 5. Minnesota 7.
,And whatever happened to'center Paul Crane, halfback fine until last weekend when he tion." Tonight's bout starts at 9 p.m. halfback Richard Ellzey, who I""C 2B-Robinson.>"). Brandt Kostro. HR-Rob York meet at Wilkes-Barre, Pa.,

Ray Ogden and halfback Hudson Harris? They're'all list- stepped into a hole at South- Heard said the Terriers will and 'will be televised an hour collapsed and died during a IP H RERBBSO and Oakland is at San Diego.Saturdays I
for Monday's Bunker. W. 14-4 .. f 6 1 1 2 5
ed on the Tide roster. If they're not stars, 10 other teamsin ampton and aggravated the in- step up work gradually later. practice session Tuesday. Pascual. U 13-10 .42-34 4 t 2 0 NFL schedule is
all day contact session. .......... 130 1 headed the annual double-
the SEC will take them off Paul (Bear) Bryant's hands. jury. Plels .,..._.__.. 2 2-0 0 2 0
header at Cleveland with the
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NEW YORK LOS ANGELES Browns hosting Green Bay and
: Team' termed Starke yesterday's, Coach drill "a Kubek IS abrhM 3110. Scnaal 3b brhbi 4000. New York playing Detroit. Unbeaten

U.S.. Swimming R 1 Maris rf 4000 Power 16 2110 Minnesota meets Phila-
SCOR Mantle cf 2000 Fregosl M 2232
Tresh If 3000 Smith 4100 delphia at Hershey, Pa., Dallas
Cliemstrand Pepitone Ib 4010 Clinton rf 4012 and Chicago are at New Or-
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Boyer 3b 3000 JJetehardt cf 4 0 2 o leans, St. Louis plays Washington -
Called 'Greatest Ever'NEW In I Howard ph 0 0 0 0 Knoop Ib 3000
Advances LEAGUEW L Pet. NATIONAL LEAGUE Gonzalez pr O' 0 0 McBride p 1000 at Norfolk, Va., and San
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Regionals w 52 .404 ph 1100Dh
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YORK (AP) 44The Here's a rundown on the ((2:12.0): ) Jed Graef, 21, Verona, I HUNTSVILLE b: Ala., (AP) -I New Detroit York 74 71 54 44 .57.510, HViOS 4 Cincinnati San St. Louis Fran. 75 75 SI*0 .554.544 FA 4V4 L Trials nz 31 i 2|4 2 Totals M 4$4 other Sunday's games.only action is the

greatest swimming team ever." Olympic events: N.J., (2:12.8)) and 1960 OlympianBob titlisis Angeles 70 4* .5G4 13Vi .Pittsburgh 47 73 45 6O.54f.500 13 TV New York ..... .... ... 101 010 004_2
The defending regional Cleveland 47 47 .500 14 Milwaukee La Aagetes 2M 020 MX-4 annual Hall of Fame game at
7 44 JU4 13V4
That was the tribute paid to MEN Bennett, 20, Encino, Calif. Oak Grove Food Center of Bir- Minnesota Boston 41 47 40 7sae9..*, 21 14% Los Angeles u H .... iSVi E-Blanchard Rekhardt. CP.N_ York Canton, Ohio with Baltimore
((2:12.8) must be given an even Chicago .i 72 Mf in* 2. LOB-New York 7. Los Angeles 7.
stamped themselves Washington S3 13 .390 29
the teen-age dominant 100-meter freestyle Mike the mingham, have Kansas City 50 05 J70 31V* Houston 51 77 .4% 23Vi 28-Clinton. HR-Blanchard (7,. Fregosl playing Pittsburgh.
chance against world. New York
the team to beat in 45 M J30 35y (11).
swimming team by famed Austin of Rochester, N.Y., has as Yesterdays ResultsBaltimore Yesterdays Results SBRiechardt.IP M. ER II SO

Bob Kiphuth today following a the fastest time in the world this Fastest t the Southeastern Regional Soft- Los Angeles 4,4 Minnesota, New York 1 2 San Houston Francisco 6. 3, New York.. 1Milwaukee 1 StottCyre. L, 4-2 4 1.3 I 4 4 4 2
Philadelphia N
1 0 C 1
Mikkelsen 1 2-3 1 Edna Jones
record-smashing jamboree in year53.7 and Gary Hman 400-meter individual medley ball Tournament. Boston 7, Kansas City S Chicago 3. ClnelMiitt .. N Reniff 2' 0 0 I 0

the six day Olympic swimming San Jose, Calif., ((63.8)) and Don Dick Roth, 16, Atherton, Cal- The champions belted Superior Only games scheduled Todays Games (Only games 7.scheduled St. Louis) McBride. Lee W. 4-12 iR. 4 4 0 I 2 0 1 2 3 S 2
that ended Thursday.Six Schollander Lake Motors of Tampa, Fla., New York (Ford 14-5) at Kerns City Tedays Games McBride faced 1 man in eth.
trials Oswego, if., has ,the fastest time ever,I (O'Donophue f-fJ. night Los Angeles (Orysdale 1S- Miller PB-Blanchard. T-2:23.: A-MSi. Bow1s553
Ore., ((53.9)). Any of the three 4:48.6. 62. Thursday night for victoryNo. Detroit (wfckersham 16-10) at Washington 3-6) lit Hew CIsc,5.14 and
world records were bat- I 2 of the eve it (Osteen 1MO. night Ribant 1-2). 2, twI- light Night Game
could break the world record of Cleveland (riant. .7-2) at Chicago (Piiar- San Frllnclsco
stiff (Estelle M) M Philadelphia BOSTON KANSAS CITY
and tied in the 200-meter
tered one butterfly Australia's The winner goes to Sunny! ro 17-7), night (Man.ftey 12-6). night Drool akrbM Edna Jones hit a 553 seriesas
competition for berths on the 53.6.400meter Kevin Berry has the Calif. for the World Baltimore Roberts, 11-4) at Las Angeles Houston (Johnson 10-13 or Bruce 13-7). Schilling 2b 30IICa'pn'rIs If SCSI the University City Wom-
Schol- vale, (Newman 104) night at pittsburgn Veaia. 14-10). flig' Mantilla If 5243 Causey IS 5022Ytrzeskl
U.S. team. This followed a freestyle world record of 2:06.9 but Fred Series. Boston (Morehead 0-12)'' at. Minnesota Chicago (Ellsworth 13-14) at St. Louis cf 4 1 1 0 Colavrto rf 3000 en's League opened a new sea-
lander has the fastest time ever (Grant 11-10) BightTomorrow's (Simmons 14-t, night Stuart Ib 5020 Gentile Ib 4000
record-busting National AAU Schmidt 20 North Brook HI. world last She had 199-147-
The defending GaINs Milwaukee (CIoningeT M-ttl at Cincinnati Thomas rf 2111 Bryan c Sill son night.
championship meet a month 4:12.7 up for recognition. He'sonly 2:08, and Carl Robie, 19, Drexel are the CUsrwater Bombers Baltimore at Los Angeles, N (way 1.9), night Mafia 3b 3 21 1 Charles 3b 4220
18. New York at Kansas City. twinlght Ttm rrnr% Games Bressoud M 5 1 1 2 Mathews cf 4. 1 0Tttiman 207.Joyce
ago. Hill, Pa. 2:0&2 are contenders. who elected not to compete Boston at Minnesota Los Angeles at New York N c 40X0 Green 2S 4121 Ward rolled 543 with a
1,500-meter freestyle Roy Cleveland at Chicago' Mihrautue at CIncInnatI. NIadetpMaN Wilson p 2101 Drabo'sky p>> 1 1 0 0
"Thi team is great becauseof The Americans hold the relay in this regional showdown.In Detroit at Washington San Frand co at Radatz p 2000 Stock p 0000 207 high game while Charlotte .
Saari, 19, El Segundo Calif., Houston at Plfl Jimenez ph 1 111 530
another Thursday night had Phyllis
Culpepper a ,
its sL-aLth and depth in almost -broke the 17 world records in the 400-meter Chlcloe at St, Louis Total 35 711 7 Totals 515111
every event." said KI- minute barrier to freestyle, 400-meter medley, contest Chemstrand of Pensa- INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEW ..steal .....-......... 010 Oil 211-7 Wright,.542; Jo Ann Block, 530; I
16:58.7 and thinks he FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE Cllr ..............
may go and 800-meter cola, Fla., beat the Alabama L rVt. ". Pet. 0.1. Kansas 010211000-1 and Carolyn Crist, 567.
former Olympic coach freestyle and W L
phuth, 16:50 by Olympic swim time. champions, the Worthingt Jacksonviller 59 SIB SL Petersbw 21 JttO1 Cressoud. OP-Boston 1. Kansas General Gaines had a 28S4
who has been watching the could break them all. Syracuse S3 44 .540 1 *** 31 29 Jf3 1 City 1. LOB-Boston 11. Kansas City f.
200-meter breaststroke Coolers of Decatur, 103. Rochester 74 44 J3S 7V4 Tampa 32* J7 1 25-TUiman. 3S-O arles 2. -MM- series on 963-893-908 while Gin
Olympics since 1920. Jastremski WOMEN100meter Buffalo 73 44 .533 I Ft. Lauderdal .515 4H lilla 2 (14) Bressoud (14). Bryu (12). I
Chet 23, Toledo In the consolation bracket, Toronto 75 44 .532.. 0 Miami" 34 35 34 33 .X'a SV S&-CoIii,1fo. S-Schilling. Stark. SF- ny's Hairstylist rolled a 1015
On the basis of performancesthis Ohio, came out of retirementand freestyle Aus- Charles Hinote pitched a no Columbus Richmond a2 62 II 02 .431 1 2XV4 22V Sarasota 3* 3S.AS! 145 MaUone./ high game.

year, the American men lowered the world mark to tralia's Dawn Fraser holder of hitter to lead, his Aerodex of Atlanta S3 U371 30V Daytona Lakeland: Beach 27 js :3 a* JM.oAtS MV II Wilson S IP H.I 5 CRBBSO 5 3 1Radatz. Splits were made by My I

could win- eight, of the 10 swim' 2:28.2. the world record of 58.9 has to Miami team to a 6-1 victoryover Toronto'.. Yesterdays Syracuse 2 RrwtfS Tampa 4. St.Yesterdays Petersburg Results Drabowsky. W.'".. 4 4 6 2"3 I J 4 1 6 2 Lou Banes, 5-8-10; Ann Mar- .
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events and possibly sweep the i 200-meter backstroke Tom be favored but 15-year-old Sharon Ozzie's Barbecue of Mo-, Rochester. Buffalo 0 Miami t, Orlando J Stock ........2 1 2 't 2 2 chak, 5-10; Mary Culbreath, 5.
2 Fort Lavderdate Wyart UM ..... 2 4 2 1 1 2 ,
boards. The girls. who range.in Stock of Aurora, III, who holds Stouder, Glendora, Calif., Only Richmond games 3. Columbus Giiaa Sarasota at Lakeland 4 Daytona, Bedemat Sanders ........1 0 0 C 1 1 8-10; Charlotte Culpepper, 579 ,

age from 14 to 19, could capture: the world record of 2:10.9 is has 1:00.4 and expects to break bile.Brown.. Engineering Co. .of Rochester at Toronto Lakeland at St. 'ette'twj ea faced Wilson Smelt. faced bi 1 Stfij man Stock ins 6t1u faced Drabowsyk linen ; Deane Yaun, 5-8-10; Let 1 i

five of the.eight and possibly I through but 19-year-old GaryDilley the minute mark soundly by Huntsville downed S o a them Syracuse at Buffalo DaytoN Bad at Fart Lauderdale In 7th. Green,: 5-7; and Carolyn Cn*< I !
Sarasota HBP By Stock (Thomas WPDrabowsky.
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I 1tO; Vote Today 1 2c'17D1k.. Yov AN'F' v COf41'Ot.. *"" Old Pitching Form

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.., 'YOUR Fow4v.4I4RouU{ By MIKE RATHET used primarily in relief but has than enough working room witha Successive singles by Rico
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On Grid Future AR1M, "A A'PO664L. Associated Press Sports Writer made five starts in the last five five-run sixth inning rally Carty, Lee Maye, Aaron and Ed
&. :! AP frJfC"O 000 000 000 0 weeks, breaking even In four highlighted by Carrollardy'shomer. Mathews produce tfireeZruns.
I4I1 WI"J.f wi&-IiOt4
I ; "'f.fS L-SPr OO1 AND I Don Larsen hasn't seen a line- I decisions while putting together two-run roe Torre then. tripled:. mtEd
By DON DAVIS with only three lettermen lost. VOU H!!AP r::'JE' score like that in five years. an eye-opening 1.58 earned run Walt Bond's single, a double Bailey drove in the final run

.Son Football Assistant "But two of them were all-con- FsgIM.y DJ J'ftno1'l.1' The 35-year-old Houston right- average. by> Bob Aspromonte and Har with a sacrifice fly.

: is a day of decision for ference and all area," Daniel \., GREA1'R:. lander had his memory refreshed Keep 5>i Lead dy's homer off Dennis Bennett c- -

e County's Bears. said the tackle position is the '. YOU x-fENi-10 CA"fGHe AJ"IQWv Thursday night as he Despite the loss, the Phillies produced the first three runs

'l.j Faced with the absurd pros- weak spot and he's looking for e AL4. AND strung out the zeroes on the maintained their 5-game before singles by Jerry Grote, DEEP SEA

pects of trying to derive a foot- guard strength, .also. 4& wrnir' 'OiOc,. ANP gic>e'tUG ,Connie Mack Stadium scoreboard bulge in the pennant race with Eddie Kasko and Bob Lillis plus

ball team from a roster of 18 Daniel praised the efforts of 'huc. J.ONtHE: gAt.4.. checking the National 30 games to go as Lew Burdetteof White's double wrapped up the FISHING1

boYS-Only 12 of whom have'fullback Harold Griner, quarterback ,."... REINfoH-r&-4 League leading Philadelphia the Chicago Cubs shut out! uprising. 1

showed up for the past two I Jimmy: Thomas "a boy a c.t.U&RA1 FACe" ',tOUl-H 'billies 6-0 on four hits for his second-place Cincinnati 3-0 on Winning FromSteinharchee

days practice ars' Coach Al lot of coaches think is one of Q.4ANce OF H1"11NCIIN / : first shutout since May 30, 1959. four hits. Burdette, now 10-7 Tally
-n-us got the
Parris announced yesterdaythat the state's better quarteroacks," on.i E01"rON Hoz.r;:. Larsen, who pitched a perfect San Francisco's Gaylord Per- only run he needed in the second -i Fla.
he'll let the students decide -tackle John Stevens, newcomer game for the New York Yankees ry pitched a five-hitter in the inning when Len Gabrielson

today in a mass assembly Ken Williams, a stickout as defensIve in the 1956 World Series, had Giants' 3-1 victory over the New drew a walk off John Tsitouris, on
for themselves whether the linebacker Henry starts York Mets and Wade Blasin-
; not pitched a shutout in 35 : stole second and scored on Ron
school will play football. Whitehead, moved from end to since leaving the Yankees five game allowed only seven hits as Campbell's first major league 'The WINNER'

"If there is no interest, tackle; Larry Clyatt, end; and years ago and beginning a short! Milwaukee belted St. Louis 7-0. hit. A walk and Billy Williams'

there's no need to play," Par- Glenn Brannen, guard. The tour of the majors that took him Pittsburgh and the Los Angeles homer lathe fourth finished the 65 Feet Long

ris said. "We've got 156 boysin latter pair made all confer- to Kansas City, Chicago and San Dodgers were not scheduled. scoring.

the top four grades and only ence a year ago. Francisco. II Mike White slammed two dou- Billy MeCool, the Reds'. rookie 18 Feet Wide

12 are out for football." No injuries have Colts early in bles and a pair of singles for the
cropped up Acquired by the reliever, turned in a sharp performance
Coast Guard
"We're just marking time to Colts who Larsen more Inspected
to plague drills. Defense is get- Larsen has been gave
.. the season, over the final three
.. I Lounge &
see what we're going to do, room
ting more attention Daniel ,
as innings, striking out seven of
the Bears' Coach added. "We noted the offense has been 4I'V/O PUU/AIG UP QUICK.lY A.&nt'RrHP" .1.1I nine men. ; Snack bar
planned to play but things have sharp. Lake Butler to 4.4yr: A50 W/U-- / /' Boxes Leaves Taylor's Dockat
plans operate /NccN5IrKN7Acr'oc' r National League Perry, bringing his record to 7:30
got to perk up if we do." from the wing, slot and 99.. drnvp. in twn.. nf thp.. Hiants'._. Returns S a.m.
--- -- -- to 6
Something will have to be decided -lanker formations. 1 J. f.sq >>#_PL..-TS.. SAN FRANCISCO NEW YORK p.m.
Night Cam abrtibl abrhbi runs and had a shutout until the I .
on soon. Parris noted CHICAGO CINCINNATI Klaus 3b 3000
IbIa M.Alou cf 5020 ninth when Joe Christopher'striple
that the Bears' first g a me, Stewart brhbi 3IIORUIZ2b 1000 Lanier 2ft 5010 Hunt 26 4 4000 0 1 0 and sacrifice
Kranep'l Ib a fly by
1 0 Hart rt
against the Greenville Pirates, Cedar Key End Position Williams Burton cf If 5010 4112 Pmson Keough cf Ib 4 1000 0 Cepeda Snider If Ib .4110 3000ChrEPherrt3llO Attman If 3001 George Altman produced the $5.00 per person

is only two weeks away. Santo Banks 3b Ib 4000 4010 Queen Robinson rf If 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 Waller c 4231 Hickman ef 4 0 2Dlven't 0 Mets' run. $1.00 for Rod & Reel
3b 3 0 1 Can'zaro C
First Injury Cowan GabrMson cf rf 2 1000 1 0 0 Cardenas Edwards c ss 3 2010 0 1 0 Pagan ss 4010 Gonder ph 1000 The Giants scored two runs in

Trenton's Tigers were hit with Kr'zn'vsky c 3 0 1 0 Bores 3b 3 0 0 0 Perry p 3012 McMillan Rlbant pr ss 3 0000 0 1 0 the fourth on consecutive dou-

the first injury of the season in Shaken lip by Injuriesrunning Campbell Burdette p 2b 4 4000 0 2 1 Tsitouris Rose ph P 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fisher Smith ph p 1000 1000 bles by Duke Snider and Tom Trips open to individuals'

practice today. Lee Powell, so- TataU 34 3 7 3 Coleman Totals ph 20 1 040 0 0 0 Elliot ph 31 1000 1 S 1 Haller and Perry's single. In the Sat., Sun. and HolidaysFor
Totals 35 )II 3 Totals
phomore end, suffered a broken ............. 010 OM 000-3 sixth, Haller beat out a bunt,
ChIcago "" ......_.... 201 000-3
arm during the team's fun- By DON DAVIS through plays and centrating on strengthening Cincinnati ..........:...- toO 101 ooo-e San Nw FrancisCo York ................ 000 000 000 001-1 moved to third on Jim Daven-

damental drills yesterday. Cedar Key's Sharks, weak at stressing plain old blockingand their defensive end position and 8,E Cincinnati-None. DP-Chicago 3. 2. LOB-Chicago- OP-New York 1. LOB-San Francisco port's double and scored on Per- Charter Mon., Tues.,

However, Coach John Rowe the end position, were cut low tackling," Brummitt said. working on offensive plays in 2B-Bank*. HR-William. -* (29). SB 8. New-SnWer York, Hailer 7. Davenport. 38 ry's sacrifice fly.Early Wed., Thurs. & Fri.

reports he is well pleased with by three injuries in practice Tough Time close formation. Gabrtelson. 5-Cardenas. Christopher. SF-Perry, Altman.IP .
the..team's morale. "The boys yesterday -two of which were New players,. said Brumm. "We started today on spread W, 10-7 4 0 0 1 1Tsitourls Perry. W, f.f .... I 5 1 1 3 1 Blasingame, now 4-4. held a 1-1
ends. This makes a total of 4 3 Fisher. U f-" ... I f 3 3 1 6
formation 2 Phone Cross
Herring said 42-35 3 City
are trying hard, he said. "The three ends sidelined in the itt, were having a tough time yes- Nuxhall U....7-11:... 11-32 0 0 0 1 Hunter ......... 1 1 0. 0 0 0 0 lead on Hank Aaron's 24th :
sea- terday. 7 HBP-By Stallard (Cepeda) T-7.42. A
0 0
ones I'm counting on really adjusting, at first, to jolts on McCool..3 0' homer before starting a six-run
son, thus far, according to PB-Edwards. T-2:11. A- 3. HY 8-3423
want to play football. Coach Ron Brummitt. the gridiron, but "now they're Expressed Pride Night Game seventh inning outburst by I I0

The Tigers leave fundamentals Joining Tommy Slaughier learning to hold their own." Other than commenting that Night Cam HOUSTON PHILADELPHIA abrhbi. rlrlwin-: ..-' a walk.. ---. ,
behind the
today as in the injured class were "We just need to polish up the Mustangs "still look sloppyon abrhbi. abrhbi. Kasko ss 5130 Gonzalez cf 4010 ,
begins work on blocking as- If 3120Ioodcf 5010 LUlls 2b 5021 Allen 3b 301 0
Bill Alford, out with an arm on offense and get the team offensive backfield work," Alou Carty It 1000 Brock If 4000 White If 5141 Callison rf 400 0
signments and pass patterns. where they can adjust to any Herring .expressed pride in the Cline cf .0000, Groat ss 4020 Bond Ib 4 1 2 Covington If.4010 END OF SEASON
of infection; Harry Rogers, center May If 5111 Boyer 3b 3020 Aspro'nte :Sb 4 1 2 1 Dalry'ple c 3 0 1 0 .
Rowe praised the efforts offensive formation they meet team's effort.Offensive Gaines rf 4001 Thomas Ib 400 0 I
: .. with a sprained knee; and Aaron rf 4222 Buchek 3b 0000 I ;
offensive ends Holton Browning Kolb rf 1000 White Ib 4000 Hardy cf 5122 Taylor 2b 300 .
Colin Gaulmuer with a twisted Melrose Mustangs' coach Carl standouts Kenneth Mathews CD 5121 Javier 2b 4000' Grote c 5110 Amaro ss 200 0 IN PROGRESS
and Wilson. 5000 Herrnsf ph 1 0 0 0 NOW
Danny Herring said. Torre Ib 4112 Shannon rf 1010 Larson p
anklt. Thomlinson, left end, and Butch Bailey c 3021 Splezlo ph 1000 Rolas ss 000
"We've been half -
The Sharks have "just been The Mustangs have been con- Arwood, "first year boy," received DelaHoz 4000 Uecker c 3000 Bennett ph p 200 1000Totals '
and-half between defense and Wdward 2b 4000 Craig p 2000 Briggs
praise from the MUs- Blas'am p 2110 James ph-rf 2010' 42 6 U 3 Totals 31 4 1 CLEARANCEPRICES .
offense," Chiefland Ind tang Coach. Totals 34 7II 7 Totals 33 0 7 Houston ................ 000 005 001-4 ;
ians' Coach Doyle McCall ,re MilwiukM .............. 000 100 00-7 Philadelphia ........... 000 001 000-4
................ tOO 000 000-4,
ported. "We've been shapingup Idle Suns Gain I Speaking of the pair, he commented -St. LOUIS E-None.. LOB-Houston 12. Philadelphia -
"Thomlinson has been E-De la Hoz. DP-Milwaukee 1. St. 4.25White .
a little better than we were 'I Louis 7. LOB Milwaukee 6. St. Louis 10.1 7, Aspromonte.Gonzalez. 3B
the first part of the week." pulling in some good passes SB-Carty. 3B-Torre. HR-Aaron. (24). -Allen. HR-Hardy (2), .

The main problem facing the I these past few days. and SF-Bailey. Larson W, 3-6... ,IP H 4 R 0 ER 0 sa 2 so 6'I'! SLASHED ON
Arwood has been doing good IP H R ER'BBSO Bennett. L. 9-12 ,5 1.3 10 3, 3 0 1
Indians now, he added, is coordinating Syracuse BeatenThe Blas'ame W. 4-4 f 7 0 0 4 7; Boozer ;",!''.'' 1,3.,3 2 2 0 1
and running and blocking on of- Craig U 6-7 ..... 6 4 1 1 2 7 Roebuck ,.?'..;o. 113 1 0 C 1 2 NEW and USED t
passing running fense." Schultz ........ 1.3 4 5 5 1 0 Locke _......... 1 0 0 0 0 2 i
offensive action. Humphreys ',." 1231 1 1 0 2' Baldschun ..... 1 2 1 1 1 2
Richardson _.1 0 0 0 0 1 Hap-By, Baldschun; (Gaines). T-2:35.
"Our defense is okay, if our By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS surging Clover Leafs, Bronson coach John Rut T-2:35. A-8,221. A-12,'0t.. ._ BOATS and TRAILERSBAIRD'S
personnel holds up," McCa Jacksonville put into practicethe fighting for a playoff berth, ledge[ reported the loss of second -. .

said. old! saying that if you can't called on reliever Fank Funkin string center Joe Well- AIR CONDITIONING -
do it right.. don't do it. The the second inning. He struck man who is ineligible. Two other -

Newcomer ShinesA Suns didn't play Thursday out two men withthe bases Eagles are injured, leaving Coil us for quick efficient air condition- '
newcomer :to' football, Paul night and picked up a half full and allowed only two other -15 players working. R E PA I R ;log or heater service. MARINE -
Veal, came in for praise by in I S Trained end experienced
game on Syracuse somethingthey runs pitching Toronto to ,
Short Scrimmage S Radio dispatched trucks service men
the Indians' Coach. "Veal has
haven't been able to do the victory and \rtthin one
per- S Reasonable rates 24 Hour service
said short controlled
been getting off some good playing. centage point of fourth place Rutledge a Service on all/ makes of equipment 601 S. MAIN ST.
runs at the left halfback posI- Buffalo. scrimmage is on top to ALL AMERICAN
tion." Even playing last place Atlanta day. Horace and Morris Moody Ph 376826x HEATING & AIRCONDITIONING PLENTY OF FREE PARKING .

Jacksonville dropped two Buffalo dropped its game Steve Bird and Johnny Grif CO.
Minor injuries have sidelined -of three games and stayed in with Rochester, 9-8 and Rich- fIn: nave sparkled. in practices I

temporarily, James Asbell, first only because Syracuse lost mond edged Columbus, 3-2. to date.

tackle; Leroy Allen, and Bob- also.But Atlanta was idle along with At Hawthorne, Coach Bill\: I IIPRE

by McCallum, he said. they moved to a full Jacksonville.The Collins said his Hornets are:i GAS WELL

Lack of players have kept game lead Thursday night big blow for Torontowas shaping up. "We didn't work I

North Marion's Colts from con when they were idle and Toronto Jim McKnight's 22nd home yesterday because of the fish'

centrating on defensive action, completed a three -game run in the third which drove fry," he, said. A scrimmage is
Coach Stan Toole reported. sweep from the hCiefs with a home another run and put the on tap today.

Yesterday was marked by a 6-2 victory. Leafs ahead to stay. Collins said Larry Reeves,

good offensive practice session, Joe Durham's grand slam injured on Wednesday; and
he added. "Tomorrow we hopeto Dallas Golf home run lifted Rochester to the Andy Blackwell have been out-

turn all our attention to- narrow victory over Buffalo standing in drills to date. "I

ward defense." Event and into third place in the three- still think we will do 50 50 I

Two ends, Sells Edwards and Opens way battle between the Bisonsto on our schedule," Collins said.,

Ashley Wood won commendation DALLAS (AP) Billy Cas- and Rochester and Toronto for ,__ p BRING THESE COUPONS FOR THESE EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES U.I ..
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per, Mason Rudolph and Juan FSL
the team.Speaking ((Chi Chi) Rodriguez were most Duke Carmel hit his 34th home Flag

of the Colts' season prominent today as a field of 150 run of the year-a three run FRONT END SPECIAL 6.95<

prospects, he added, "it depends moved out in the $40,003 Dallas blow-in the third to put Rochester Race Goes I

a lot on how the new, Open Golf Tournament. in front before the Red Complete Broke Check and Adjustment Broke flul d added-entire brake system road Any U. S. Cor. -

younger boys come through. Casper, the year's fifth leading Wings yielded to Durham's hit. checked Front end aligned. with camber caster,and toe in corrected and bearings repacked Parts Extra

of course we plan on winning." money winner, is the biggest Ted Kazanski rapped a sin- Down to WireBy

Head Draws Praise name here since Arnold Pal- gle-his third of the gameto I WHEEL BALANCE 99 -

Robert Head, full back for mer, Jack Nicklaus, Tony, knock in the winning run for THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I U Plus Wts.

Williston's Red Devils, was Lema, Gary Player and Ken' Richmond. The hit followed a The Florida State League "

lauded by Devil coach Sammy Venturi are not competing. I single by Elvio Jimenez, a sacrifice ends its. regular season Sundayand

Miller yesterday. "he's been! Because of his ability to posi- and an error which mov- the pennant could be decided I MUFFLERS INSTALLED FREE

turning in some good running," tion his shots to suit the tight 6- ed base runner Jack Reed, sub- on the final day. ,
Oak Cliff Count Club stituting for Jimenez aroundto
658-yard f
*? ,
the Coach observed."In The St. Petersburg Saints are With Coupon. Guaranteed for life of your car s Non-transferable ,
favorite. third.
is the
course, Casper
entire line is .
fact, our on top now, but Orlando and

looking better" Miller said. He Tampa are only one game be- COMPLETE LUBRICATION 99
added that "we appear to be hind the leaders with two gamesto U
doing more blocking so far than Chisox IndiansIn play.

we did all last year." The Tampa Tarpons, leaders W JOil Chg.

:Miller cautioned against most of the second half, whipped

over-optimism, but quickly added the Saints 6-3 Thursday night to MOTOR TUNE-UP 6.66

"We aren't going to be Crucial Games move into a tie with the Orlando I

world-beaters, but we are con Twins for the runnerup spot.
Install new points and condenser Install new spark plugs s Adjust timing and carburetor t
into red hot
stantly( improving. The Twins ran I ..6 Cyl. cars Parts ExtraGET
Shoulder separations have CHICAGO (AP) The Chicago start a four-game visit, Sox 'Miami and lost, 9-5, as the Mar- ,,;

been plaguing the Devil's olate. White Sox hare strong blood Manager Al Lopez, who directedthe lins won their sixth straight and .Ii

Miller said that Richard ties with the war-whooping Indians to a 1954 American i moved to within one game of .ii

Cline, tackle, and Ronnie Stevens -Cleveland Indians but hope to League pennant, will have as an fourth, now held by the Fort

have both been Injured. let a large quantity of Tribe added coaching starter, Minnie ;Lauderdale Yankees, who beat I SECOND TIRE FAMOUS ALL-WEATHER 42"

Cline will be out at least a blood in the Sox pennant cause Minoso, once a steady commuter -Daytona Beach 4-0. Sarasota at! WITH TUFSYN AND NYLON \
month, and Stevens is expected this weekend. The Indians, although between the Indians and Lakeland was rained out. i _
back in about four or five fifth, have won 11 of White Sox. For the.remaining two nights,I t '
days. their last 12 games.As Lakeland is at St Petersburg,J BuY N itt Tr8de-Jft tire Get 2ndIt at

Lake Butler coach Jim Daniel'said the Indians appear tonight The 41-year-old Minoso was Daytona Beach at Fort Lauderdale -i 95 SIZE TYPE Price. ,:
named fifth Sox Thurs-
a coach
his Tigers are adjustingto day as General Manager Ed Sarasota at. Tampa ,and;I 6.7OxU Tube blackwllI type US !." '
a new coach and coming Orlando at Miami. T"tleIeSl ,
TidesCEDAR Short induce
along well. U Fishing Commissioner Dave Best broke a 3-3 tie and UIxU blackwall ,IUS .. i

Yesterday was one of our Wednesday Ford veto Frick of the to lift his pushed Tampa into the lead -, when you buy 7.5Ox14 blackwU Tubel.ss 11UI IUI j f
KEY TIDES purchaseof will
he Id. St Petersburg with a sac-
better practices, s a over
.t 12." the veteran Cuban "
Friday High 'm. and 12.04 outfielder first
"They hustled, gave 100 per P-m. Low .t 4:11 Jn. and 7:11 PJIU from the Sox rifice that allowed Harvey Yan- tire at All price shown plus tu .
all the Saturday High at 1:29 ',rn. ad ,Indianapolis farm to Harry Price hit a WHITEWALLS ONLY $2.00 more tire .
cent way. 12:55 pjn. Low at 7.01 ajn. and 7:50 club Tuesday. cey score. wiIa-.IfIt no trade-in price per
Daniel said the team sould be pm.Sunday. single and John Weghorn a\\ .- NO MONEY DOWN FREE MOUNTINGGOODYEAR "-- ..
somewhat better than last year PJIU Low-at High 7:40 at ajru 1:57 and ajn.':and U p.m.1:41 Frick said he thought, the double in the three-run inning.' '

2:24 Monday p.nu -Low High at 1:17 at 2:22.. am.end 1:54 and White Sox violated the spirit ofa Bill Carnegie drove in three! I. T : .. .._.. -. -.. .. l :
.','- rule, which he admiited was runs with three hits to lead': p

Lema Wins p.,Tuesday'. La* .-t 0.53 Hioh t .at.m.2:and<< ajn.';20 and p.m.3.04 faulty, in releasing Minosu July Miami's victory. Angie Galassa GAS WEL1! :::
Wednesday High at 3:" r.m. and 17 and then buying hm back and Wayne Martin drove in two
3:44 p.m. Low at f.3 1 a.nv and ':20 't'
QUINCY, Mass. (AP) Tony PJTWThursday from Indianapolis. runs each. :

Lema fired a ruie-under-par 63 4:26 PJIU Low- at High 10.05 at .3.20.m. and am. 10.0'and Minoso" broke in with the Indiana .Gil Blanco pitched a two-hit;; :; .

Thursday defeating Arnold Palmer pm.Friday in 1951. The same season shutout and drove in Fort Lau-; ll1! wt GOODYEAR TIRE CENTER I'I, .. :
High; at 3.53 ajn. ana 5.11
by eight strokes in an exhibition -p.m. Low at 10.44 ajn. and 10:36 p.m. he went to the White Sox and derdale's first two runs. Stan! '

match for the Cardinal 4:11 Saturday p.m. Low- High at 11:35 at ajn.":U end tjn.11.04 and played seven straight seasons in Bledsoe broke up Blanco's ,no- L 1 1,4 N.W. 13th ,St. Phone 372-1.489: 1111)ii) :_..

CushIng Charity Fund of Bos p.mSunday. Chicago before the Sox- traded hitter with a single in the.. '1 .-... .. .. II
ton. p.m. Low-at High 12:>>at p.m.5:05 and anu.11 and:" 110m.'k' 7:<<.1 him back to the Tribe.. fourth. Hy j :.' w'" ; _,- .:- : j. _. -

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-M< .y r YORK (AP) Clare
.. John F. Kennedy and her staff
4 y..z. ry y Yn .ta
have taken over a four-room

office suite at 400 Park Ave. to

Hears Praises Politics handle more than one million
letters she has received since
);; 3t the death of her husband.

By BOB MEEKER Hawthorne American Legion Post and the Hawthorne Lions 4 1< The office has been leased by
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the General Services Administration -'
r Sun Staff Writer C directed ..
which was by
HAWTHORNE The ever-growing Hawthorne fish fry In his welcoming address, Hawthorne Mayor A. ,L. Middleton Congress three weeks after thePresident's
,acknowledged the largest crowd ever to attend the event aw' + assassination "to
saw ,proof oT3ts 'popularity yesterday as an estimated 6,500 and invited the group to an even bigger one when the Haw- '.... provide and maintain suitable .

residents and visitors attended the annual event. thorne fish fry celebrates its 10th anniversary next year. Yn*_ : is y, space for the purpose" of taking ,.

Sid Martin, Chamber of Commerce president and master An "auction in ages" was held as Roy Molander sought the care of letters'sent to Mrs. Ken- .

of ceremonies for the event, said it was one of the best oldest citizens in the crowd to present them with the nedy. -
in its nine-year history. traditional cakes. The President's widow and .
two children, Caroline and JohnJr.
'We are extremely proud of the people of Hawthorne and For the second time, Mrs. Sadie Peacock, 94, Gaines- ., are moving soon into a '.

gratified that our visitors enjoyed the festivities as much' as ville Oddfellows Home, was awarded a cake for being the Manhattan apartment.,. .
eldest lady at the gathering.
their remarks indicated," Martin said. "A lot of hard .i ".,

work went into it." Winner by two months in the men's acution was 91- PADUA; Italy (AP) Bri-

year-old Warren fc. Smysor, Gainesville, who said he works tain's ,Princess Margaret has
A series of five chow lines were set up under awn- every day at the Variety Store in Gainesville.The received an apology from the -..

ings to allow the throng to "get it while it's hot." The 94 and 91 Years YoungSenior Franciscan Friars who guard ...
lines. were never more than 40 or 50 persons in length. highlight of the affair came with a speech by Jack- the shrine of St. Anthony in ...
sonville Mayor Haydon Burns, Democratic nominee for Gov citizens receiving the traditional cakes honoring their status at the Padua.

the menu featured fried mullet, grits, hush puppies and ernor.A ninth annual Hawthorne fish fry are Mrs. Sadie Peacock, 94, also last year's She was barred from enteringthe

slaw _cooked and served by members of the sponsoring dance in the school gymnasium following the outdoor festivities winner, and Warren B, Smysor,91,. both of Gainesville. Presenting awards is 700-year-old church last Sat- ..

r groups.. brought the ninth annual Hawthorne fish fry to its Roy Molander Hawthorne. urday and was told she had to

The sponsors were the Hawthorne Chamber of Commerce, conclusion. put on a jacket to cover her
, I' TELLS UF FROSH arms. The sister of Queen Eliza-

I beth slipped into a bolero and

walked into the church with her

MARKET husband. Women must keep .
t REPORT l -_ S Reitz Education churches.their arms covered in Italian

.: REVIEW V'I' "We would not like anybodyto

: ; think a statement by the .
Friars said, "that a Roman

With Moral Aim'Education Catholic religious order has in-

1 Late Morning tentionally adopted a negative
attitude toward the illustrious
I .. .. .
Readers' N. Y. Listing must be cloaked I terial gain you will ,have: miss- of mankind. That will be educa- the guests great, especially Ecumenical in the Council.time Of."':"

RequestThe Allis Chal 20% Int Harv 84V4 with a moral purpose if it is to I ed the mark. tion with a ,moral purpose," the or

Alcoa 67 Int Nick 79% I 3e meaningful in the solution of president said.
"It is that thinkin NEW YORK (AP) Clare-"
important you
Am Air 41% Int Pap 33V4 I roblems, President J. Wayne
following market quotations "We shall abide Boothe Luce, a Republican not-
are requested specifically by readersof ,Am Can 43 Jones&L 83% J Reitz told about 3,000 frcrhmen terms of what you can do expect you to .
the Sun financial The certain standards of conduct. ed for being outspoken, had a* '
page. quotaSTOCK LISTINGS by
tons are furnished by Am Cyan 59% Kais Al 33% students at the University of for the betterment of man-
We do not seek in prediction about Robert F. Ken-
.. conformity
Am Mot 16
Ken'cott 85 Honda J last night. kind. This becomes education
Pierce"WulbernMurpheyNEW AT&T 69% & our thinking or ideas. A Uni- nedy, a Democrat, if he wins
Lig My 83%
II Am Tob 36y4 Loch'd 38% Speaking involving on some major problems with a moral purpose,regardlessof versity is a place where crea- the New'York state race against

I YORK STOCKEXCHANGE B M -._ 5.00 444/ Texas Util __ 1.20 631 Ampx Cp 16% Lorillard 46% : what your vocation or profes- tive and imaginative i ideas ;the incumbent Republican, Kern,

Min C 1.80a 70th Textron __ 1.40 48' Anaconda 44% Mag'vox 29% change and the sion may be, and when so should flourish. But within this neth B. Keating. '.o.
Tidewater 343'4 challenge they cloaked own personal wel- context there is appropriateroom The former
your congresswoman,
Int Tele 1.00 55th 48% MM&M 58%
Abbott}) Lab .. 2.40 Trans W A .... 41% ACL 79 present to well fare will be taken into account," for the exercise of good playwright and ambassador to
1.80 ........... .BOa 46th Mohasco 14% educated .k ya6AC
Allied Chem Kellogg .r. ..... _. men
Union Pac 1.60a 42% Babcock 34V4 Mons'to 79% he told the new student3 taste and neatness, and to be Italy was asked Thursday night "'
}' Amerada Pt 2.00 Cp 1.Me 291/ Und Air L ...._..w 1.50b 47% Beth Stl 38% Mont Wd 37% and women identified with that which is on a television program aboutKennedy's
1.16b ._ 1.93 68th Dr Reitz 'As intel-
Am Elc Pow Letton In you sharpen your -"*
1.00 50% wholesome and attractive.
Upjohn good,
of following
62% prospects -
Boeing Nat Dair 82%
22 said "If youridea lects, knowledge and
Amer Enka 1.40a S CM 1.01 gain new ..
Jim Walter 26%
Amer Hone 1.44a Marsh Fld ._... 1.60 47' War Lamb ...... .. .70 '51th Borden 75% Nat Dist 27% of an edu- understanding as students at the I "Change is the order of the his late brother, John F.
to the White House
8% ,
Airier M Fdy__.. .90 Martin M 1.00 18Va Worthintn 1.50 47% Penney 59V4 I cation is University of Florida I hope you i day and it is your greatest chal- ".
.Stl' .__ 3.00 McGR Hill .60a 35 Carter Tr 33% Phil Mor 80% merely tn nut will keep before you -VisIOns of lenge. Your college education some day.
Armco :
Xerox 105% ...
Ateh :TopkVBaxter 1.20a Mead Corp 1.70 47V Zenith ..- 1.20a 65 Celanese 67 Phill Pet 54% you ,in; position Reitz greatness the kind of vision should prepare you to adjust to "My reaction is that if he"* \

LabBeckman _. .36 Merkd ..-_-_... -_- 2.00a 40% M. r Chrysler 58% RCA 32% ..for personal financial and ma- which will be for the bettermented .change he said. wins this race here in New

In:::.,. :-- MaU Airl ... ... -. .80 SOV4 OVER THE COUNTERNEW CocaCol 137% Rep Stl 47% York he's well away to the .
YORK (AP) The following bid Com Ed 55 Revlon 35% White House," she replied.
1.10 42
LF S Y Centl .508 ..
B e. and asked quotations supplied by the
Con Edis
90% I
Bristol My-<..-_ .83 M Pow 2.00 57 National Association of Securities Dealers Rey Tob -46'l4Cont
School EnrollmentAt
3.40 6.00 130th Inc., do not represent actual trans- Can 51 StReg P 30% County PesticideRules
Brown Shoe W actions but are the NASD's estimateof
BrunswickCambel .._.......-". Ind P S ...._.. 1.46 61 the range within which these securI- Dow Che 69% Seaboard 51% I
ties could have been sold (bid) or DuPont 259V4 Sears 118%
S 2.40 Nat Gas 1.80' 54% bought (asked): i Given

Carter Pdt :.::x....--: l.Wa '. Math ....,.-_,.1.20 42% Alico Land 838 EAL 27% Sinclair 45% Last Year

Case J I L.......... ..:' 11 G.- -... 2.50 103 Amer Fidel Life 251/ E.Kodak Firestone 129 42% Southn Socony 80 18,808 Tops W WASHINGTON (AP) Strin-
Cessna-Air_":"': "";" 1.00 '. G & E ...........- 1.00 31% Amer Heritage 231h C 62% gent rules'regarding' of
Fla P&L 77% R pesticides -
Sperry 14%
Ches Ohio ........ 4.00 Pac.Lting .. .. 2.40 29th Amer Mat Ins 20% ,
145'I --
-- the than
Ford 52% St Brand 77% County school enrollment hit by Gainesville schools. At planning of teachers and principals on more 550 mil-
S Gas ....... T & T 1.2J 29 Ainer Pioneer Life 8%
Cpas I Frmst Da 12% StO NJ 84% 19,423 this morning as princi- Gainesville High, enrollmentwent before schools opened, lion acres of public lands ad-
CBS ._._._._...- 1.80b Amer A 1.20 28'Va Anheuser Busch 54th
Frept Sul 39 Studebak 6% pals made their reports after from last year's, 1,740 to Allen said. ministered by the Interior De-
1.20 Day 1.0i) 27% Anodyne 418
Comb Eng ------
Frueh Tr 32% Swift 51% one week of school. 1,820 this year. Westwood'Jun- The enrollment breakdown partment were announced to-
Cone Mills ,_...w.--. .80 Pennzoil ._ 2.OJ 37 Citizens Bank 37 by
Gen Dyn 34% Texaco 80% Last enrollment 18- ior from 760 to
year was High jumped schools is as follows:
COnUirl'.40 Pfizer .80.1 47'h Comsat Corp ..... 41th day.Secretary
Gen El 87% Thiokol 15 833, Duval Elementary from 558 Stewart L. Udall
COnti 'InsCenTrl ; t.,-2.20, Phelps DG ..-.M. 3.00 '75 Conn Lt & Pow ._...,... ., 377/a 808.Don Gainesville elementary
Gen Fds 89% U Carbid 124 ,Allen, director of instruc- to 656 and Lincoln High, 1,390to said the first priority must be *
=. Polaroid .20 149% Cowles &
Pb _
Mag 111 schools
Data -- Duval 656, J. J. Fin-
Gen Mills 42 Unit Airc to nonchemical
56% tion for the Alachua Board of 1,448. given methodsin
Corn Pdts -.......-..- 1.50 Pub SV E G 2.60 38th Dunn & Bradst _.. 61 Gen ley 717, Stephen Foster 686,
Mtrs 98 Un Fruit 22% Public Instruction said the total Allen said that far the pest control. When chemicalsare
,, so pu-
DeltaOUr: -,-,,,- 1.60 Pure Oil __.. 1.60 63th Firs West. Fin'cl'1.-....._ 9 Goodrich 55% US Idylwild 243, A. Q. Jones 790,
Steel 59% ratio better deemed
Det-Steel ..._.--.--.. .60 Rayonier ,1.00 363'4 Florida Gas .-.. -...._. 11' figure fell a little short of es- pil-teacher was Kirby-Smith 861, Lake Forest necessary, safety
Goodyr 44V4 Univ Mat 14'/ should
timates made before the beginning than it had been and will be the main consideration.
Emerson El .......... 1.00 Rexall .SOb 54 Fla Nat' Bank __ 64th 581, Sidney Lanier 716, Little-
Greyhnd 24% Westg El 38% of about
he level off "Prior
of school. However, to an"average to the use of pesti-
Faff Camera.5eg Reyn Metl _eo .50 35% Fla Tele ._....._.-. 2839 wood 890, Metcalfe 775, Myra
Gulf Oil 57 Woolwrth 27% said, the figure will come closeto 30 pupils per teacher. cides," Udall said, "there must
FinarilTed ....-..._.. Rich Merr 1.03 55% Forrest Labs -.- -, 23th Terwilliger 227 and Williams
FSCCh3rtr ._..- .-. 1C,7f R C Cola ........-- 1.20 22th Founders LiCe ___ 10 Mass. Inv Growth ___ 8.98 20,000 after the Labor Day I Allen said principals had reported -767. I be a determination of anticipated -
school week
families the
first results and
Fla E Cst .-...... -_ Roy Dutch 1.73g 453'4 Franklin Life __ 55% Pioneer Fund _._...... 10.01] weekend when more Gainesville junior and sen-' effects. possible harmful
?? of the ever :
.. .90 Searle GD ._ ..... .9 1 62th Great American return home. was one Only chemicals regis-
Food Fair ....... ,- 11% Puritan Fund -. ..... 9.55 ior high schools Howard Bis-
FMC Corp .. ... 1.00 Singer ..._ 2.W 86% GroUer 46 Biggest increases over lastyear's experienced. This was attributed tered for use on a particular ,
-- Putnam Growth
9.55 and hop Junior High 572, B u c h-
Gen Tele --=._ ,R8 Smith Kin '1.2Ca 61% Gulf Life ...-...."._..."..._? 53% TV & Elec _........-_ 8.22 enrollment were report- to effective organization holz Junior High 604, West- pest may be employed, and in- .

Ga Pacif .--:-..-..-. l.OOb Sou Cal Pd 1.05 3314!Her!! Jones .....-". 1H Value Line Inc ...--.w 5.75 wood Junior High 833, Gaines- structions for use must be care-

G uy"iI' ..._..... .10g St. Oil Cal 2.00 64th Home Ins ..,. 69th fully followed.
-- -?- Wellington Fund ._.....- 15.21 ville High 1,820, P. K. Yonge "It is of the utmost
Grace Co. .- ..---- l.OOb : St. Oil Ind 2.00b 801 Kennasaw Life _._.._.-.. 1214 Communists 920 and Lincoln importance -

Hel 'CUrtis ,..-........, .80 Sterl Drug ,., ..,... .65 28} LiCe oC Fla ""-.".-.......".,.", 7% NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS Italy High 1,448.. that the proposed ,controlsbe '
Lowes Company ._.._.. 19th Complete volume Close Chgs. County schools Alachua limited to the target area to

Milgo Electron .... -.., 11'Va 100 600 Pan Am 28% off 1% Elementary 466, Archer Com- avoid contaminating lakes,
-=HEW YORK TIMES IC MARKET) New York Times AVERAGES, SEPT. 3 Mort Guaranty Ins 25% 63 500 Callah Mng 10% up % Go 'Independent'dum munity 240, Archer Elementary streams, fish and wildlife, or*

Pacific SW Air "-...... 331/& '62 900 Pure Oil 63% off 2% 136, Douglas Elementary 259, adversely affecting other inter-
High Low Close Net Chg. Schlitz Brew ..-..,.. 47'l4 57 300 Nat Airlines 50% off % .' Hawthorne High 524, High ests in the community.

::25 Rails 143.46 141.94 142.81 Up .19 Secur Life & Tr .. ._....., 67th 54 200 Gen Dynam 34% up %I ROME (AP-Italy's) Communist published by the :Italian Springs Elementary 351, A. L. Market
859.22 850.35 856.40
25 !Industrials 501.34 496.15 499.61 Up 1.86 Southern Nitro. __, 25Va 52 400 Chrysler 58% up S. party today published a party, the largest in any non- Mebane High 1131, Micano P y Egg

50 Stocks Up 1.03 Travelers Ins -..-..-._-.,- 44 41 000 Chas Pfizer 47% up % I virtual declaration of independence Communist European country. Elementary 126, Micanopy Jun- JACKSONVILLE (AP) The..

Union Security & Inv. __ 9% 38 100 Westg El 37% off % from Moscow, written by Luigi Longo, Togliatti's successor -ior High 114, Newberry Ele- Northeast Florida egg market

STOCK AMERICAN STOCK 37 000 Sunhn Mng 29 up % Palmiro Togliatti a few hours as party leader said direc mentary 160, Newberry High prices to retailers:
FLASHES 'EXCHANGEAerojetGen 36 800 Am Tel Tel 69% unch before the party leader suffered 526, Santa Fe High 595, Shell Extra large 46-54, mostly 54.

, MARKET I......,.,..,,,"? 321 4 36 500 Un Gas Corp 37% up % a fatal stroke in Russia. tors of the party had adoptedthe Elementary 376, Waldo Ele- Large 44-51, mostly 5051. Medium -
, Analex Corp...-.-_._? ;, 26% 34 800 Douglas Air 30% up % Togliatti argued against Mos- memorandum as party policy mentary 86 and Waldo Junior 4044, mostly 44. Small 26-

NEW.YORK (AP-The) stock ,Aqua Chem __ l&th 32 300 Lockhd Airc 38% up 14 cow's proposal for an interna- High 227. 30, mostly 28. I

Aurora Plastics ........,,_ 24 31 600
market-made a slight gain in Dow Jones Stock Averages ? Brunswick 8% ,up V tional Communist summit meet- .
I Barnes Engineer ,. 20% 31 300 75 1 ,"
Day trading early -- Phelps Dodge up % ing on the Kremlin-Peking dis-,
slow pre-Labor
Previous Day 1 2nd Hour I Butler Shoe ,. 10 AMER STK EXCH ACTIVE
""""-""-" pute; and declared: I
J this' afternoon. I Chromaloy ._ ._.._..... 15% STOCKS
Auto stocks held firm despitethe 845.08 1 130 Indust. I up 1.35 "Every (Communist) party! / SEE

approach 'of a strike dead. 208.73 1 120 Rails I' up _0.30: Cinerama _,-' -- -? 6% Comp. Vol. Close Changes must know how to act in an autonomous -i by
I Computer Sci __ 18' 93 900 New Park Mng 5 up 1. manner." I
line five days away. 150.60 1 i15 Util I off 0.17 Cutter Labs A 16 51 800 Stan U 1 7-16 off 3-16 Togliatti said the world Com-:

Steels, rubbers, electrical 1 299.62 I 6S Stocks I up 0.32 Data Control ."_.-.-_"-"_ 56th 38 700 TWA WTS 25% off % munist movement must main-! H. '

equipments, drugs and building'!I 4,810,000 l Volume J 1,660,000 Fulton lads -."__...._.._" 10% 38 300 Massey-Ferg 28%' up % tain unity, but it should bet the SUN j :
materials were a little higher. : Gen Develop .-""-.""-5 27 900 New Idria Mng 1 I unity "achieved in the diversity

Most gains were fractional, I Jax Minit Mkts __ 8% ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS I of our concrete political positions -I ill
Republic Steel.Anaconda Mackey Airlines 4% ..
blue chips
but a scattering of Purchases. 319,453 I conforming to the situation II
pared a loss ex- Mead Johnson -_--"- 16% Short Sales ......_.... '
rose a point or so. 3,621 and degree developmentin GENERAL HOSPITAL lianas, Otter Creek; Tweder La- sa Mae Brown Linda D. Douglas -
Labor Day ceeding a point Kennecott was Pac NW Tele .".--".. ... 22% Other 'Sates ....._. -
;The three ,day 330,833 each country. September 2, 1951 timer, Hawthorne; Deborah D. Deborah D. Hitch Jam (;
Weekend is always a milestoneand about unchanged. Phelps Dodge, Philips Elec _._._.-,.-, 42% Total Sales 334,454 His views were in a memoran- BIRTHS: Hatch, Johnson; William Miz- Lewis Godwin, Ford L. Prescott -
:after an early loss, gained We Group .. _, 3% I .
sometimes marks a turning Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hall, ell, Chiefland; Mary Eliz. Kennedy ;

point for business and stocks. I fraction. !Syntex Sperry R. Wts. __ 5438 65 Flaming Wine Not Gourmet Corry Village a girl;, Mr. and Micanopy; Marjorie Mas- POLICE, FIRE REPORT .-
.The Associated Press average U.S. Smelting recouped 2 Mrs. John Kirksey, 1219 NW sie, Williston; William Hunt,
.2 points of the 8% decline it suf- Tampa Elec __ 25% 6th Mrs. Hawthorne Pauline Erwin Accident Roundup
of 60 stocks "at noon was up PL. a boy;. Mr and ; ,
Tech Measur Involved in traffic accidents!
at 317.5, with industrials up .5, fered Thursday.The 21% Lunch but $1 Million Fireat John Miller Micanopy, a boy; High Springs; Robert W. Reh-
T\VA Wts 25% reported by the Gaulesv f I l e.,
tails up .1 and utilities off -t averages were supportedby MUTUAL FUNDS Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Cook, berg, High Springs; Cleo Hon- Police Department and the
industrial average Du Pont's rise 3860 SW Archer Rd. boy eycutt Robert A. ;
Jones ; Newberry;
The Dow exceeding a a
Affliated Fund 9.1& ORLANDO (AP) Fire de- nearby Pine Castle Alachua County Sheriff Office
1.35 at and fractional Mr. and Mrs. Nettle, Knight, Newberry James Lee
at noon was up point by gains of Rodney ;
stroyed the headquarters hours
Capital We & Gr 10.21 of ruined $1 million worth of during the past 24 were
847.37. Sears Roebuck, Liggett & My- Divers Growth __ 9.82 Sunny South Distributors. Inc., wine' and beer. 818 SE 1st Ave., a boy. Powell, Trenton. Nola D. Edge, Box 174-F and-.

; General Motors, held unchanged ers, General Electric and West- Dividend Shares ."....._-- 3.85 Owner Julian Xaughinghouse ADMITTED: DISCHARGED: James ,R. Gober Rt 4, 1 pjn., .

at its historic high. inghouse.U.S. Dreyfus' 20.7 of,Orlando. put the price tag on Sonjca Ruth Kirksey, Elizabeth Carmie Link Randall Wat- at SW 13th St and 4th Ave. '

Ford and Chrysler Inched up- Gypsum rose more thana Fidelity Capit ._..._._? lL41 Housing Units the contents of the concrete Marion Cook; Linda D. ers, Addis King, Palie Harder DWI ..,

ward. American Motors and point Fidelity Fund 18.12 For Florida block building. Douglas Rosa Mae Brown Martha Lota Wilkinson, Bob Adams Ardell Walton 36, Rt 1, was-

Studebaker also were, unchanged ;'Airlines recovered slightly althougb Fidelity Trend _._.._..., 19.15Fund'tal Laughinghouse ,said 40 to 50 A. McGahey, Mary R. Ac- Pberaba Meade, Barbara arrested by the Alachua County

'Eastern was down ai Invest .----"_--? 11.17 WASHINGTON (APThe persons were working in the ree, Mary: Ann, Nettles, Ode 11 Peterson and son, Arthur Sheriff's Department oft
: Steels and rubbers moved fraction on an unfavorable InCome of Boston 8.53 new military appropriation billsigned building when the fire broke out Frank Cauthen, Lottie Mae Rei- James Rawlings, Dor i r* d a State Road 121 today at 4 a.m.

higher a, little more 'positively. government ruling. Incorporated Inc __._.. 7.n by President Johnson'on about noon. All escaped injury. chert, Helen Louise Coins, Cbeathom and daugh r. Jayne and charged with driving while

Firestone, reporting record profits Prices were generally higher Keystone K-2 _"-"-,", s.n Thursday contains funds for the The fire was blamed on an Myrtle Geneva Johnson, Mar Yates and daughter, Fred Isaac intoxicated and having no val

was'up a fraction along with in'quiet trading on the American Keystone 8-3 -"- 17.19 construction of 400 family housing circuit touchedoff garet Peck, Thomas Earl Wiggins Baby boy Cribbs, Paul J. id driver's license. "
electrical short
Goodyear and Goodrich. U.S. Stock_Exchange. Keystone 8-4 -__ 4.90Life units at the Key West Naval Marta Rida Alday. Rob Hadsock Chester Dougherty Fire Calls ...

}tubber'added about a,point Corporate bonds showed a Investors -..-..-..,-., 10.43 Base, 90 at Eglin Air Force by a blow torch being' used ert S. Fabrick all of Gaines- Lois Dixon, Sandra Stew- At 1:19 a.m. today, a broken
Very small gains were made higher trend. U.S. government LiCe Stock Fund 8.05 Base and 20 at MacDill Air by a worker on the exterior of ville; Barbara Jean Norton, art, Lee B. Johnson, 'Maxwell gas line at NW 4th St and 7th .

by-U.Sr.Steal 1r.Bethlehem and bonds declined. Mass. Inv Stock .-_.., 16.93 Force Base. the'building. :Hawthorne;' Carl Howard W'1l.t. -A. Bogue, Tweder Latimer, Ho.r Place.


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I The 1 I Rebellious LASIFICAT1UN. ,. .' .-..,- -
I Dogs Help Boys Adjust I WANTED - -

/_ I T1 1!E ::1 INDEX. ;:...-..:.::.
... -
f I LINCOLNDALE, N.Y. (AP) :not far from the crowded streetsof room," said Brother Amator has learned about friendship, ANNOUNCEMENTS"

Capitol With dogs as companions New York, the boys are rebellious -Michael. "We try to keep the self-respect, loyalty and love i 1 In Memoriam :. .

delinquent boys hike _and fish suspicious and bewil dogs out of the classrooms but from Tiny Bear, a. 134-pound ; HAVE YOU l. 2 Card of Thinks :\'" .

and learn friendship, love and dered. don't always succeed. Newfoundland, who sleeps: be: 9 Lost .. Found .-, :
.- I loyalty while turning to a new "The dogs are a bridge to a "One problem is that some of side him in a 24-bed cottage. 4 Personalized"Service : ":1

as deB. Katzenbach was life at a 900-acre Roman Catholic new life," explained Brother the kids won't eat meat sometimes Tony vows he won't get into 5 Travel Information .'::-. :.

"', 3g the Justice Department protectory.The Christian, director of the 101- so that they can take it to trouble again. OF : 6 Special Notices ":'" 2.. -
7 Florists ,
Robert F. Kennedy's -
; today following -
$ boys are between 11 and year-old institution operated by the pets." Most ofthe, dogs were donatedby : : I Baby Sifters, ChjM' Cars

:: resignation as attorney 15 years old. Many come from the Brothers of the Christian One of the youngsters Is Tony, estate and kennel owners, '.,, t f Places To TA/wfT. .

"t: general. broken homes. Up to now their Schools. I 14, whose parents are on reliefin and boys-may take home special Thlnss To Set ." -

V Katzenbach, 42, a former Uni- life included robbery, stealingcars The 36 dogs of all sizes and the Bronx. He was committedto pets when they leave Lincoln THINGS I TO SELL S *

versity of Chicago law professorwho assault and picking pock breeds are used to help the way-! Lincoln Hall in 1961 for as:. Hall. There also are horses, : AUTOMOTIVE

has been deputy attorney ward boys relax and gain confi sault and larceny. He was released -rabbits, cats and a monkeyonthe I 76 Airplane, Sales-Rentals"" "

.. ..
L general, became the depart- ets.When they enter Lincoln Hallin dence. but returned in 1963 for grounds.. ,' ,. 71 Trucks for Sale .* '

ment's top-ranking officer a rural setting of this "Wherever the. kids go' the picking pockets and shoplifting. But it's dogs who are the best They'll Bring You Extra Cash ( > 7' Trucks Wanted
19 Tractors & Truck Rentals
Thursday when Kennedy quit to Westchester County community! dogs go except in the dining I I Tony, a 98-pounder, says he loved. U .!;t 82 Trailer Rentals .- . .

run for the U. S. Senate from .: U Motorcycles a Scooters '..

New York.It Rugs 84 Automobile Repairs ._...

is believed unlikely that Fists Fly Cleo Dora Head Negro Vote I : <'' U 16 Automobiles Swap Cars for Sale

President Johnson will fill the . Guns

attorney general's spot on a At House Drive Shows EDUCATIONAL ,.

permanent basis until after the I .'\ Tools I 18 Schools Instruction
jy: ;: .. .... .
Nov. 3 election.WASHINGTON For Cold Waters 19 '
presidential Hearing Big. ResultsNEW : : ; ii ; : 20 Music.Wanted-Dancing Instruction

Boats .,'** ,
CAP) The '., "
government has filed a claim in Nazi sympathizer's attack on a MIAMI (CAP) Hurricanes At 5 a. m. (EST) Cleo was I ion's 20 million Negroes will G"; : IMPLOYMENT

U.S. Tax Court for another $52- Cleo and Dora churned north- about 400 miles south-southeast' this "i Tents :. 11 Female Help Wanted -
witness brought to a violent and have more say at the polls 12 Male Help Wanted
000 in back taxes from toward cold Atlantic of *
Income ward Waters Cape Race, Newfoundland, I. : .
abrupt end the opening sessionof November than ever before, a 13 HelP-Male or Female -
Teamsters Union President the House Committee on Un- today, a menace only to near latitude 41.0 north and lon nationwide survey has disclos- \.f; Books ..., 14 Sales Help Wanted -

James R. Hoffa. American Activities' inquiry shipping. gitude 51.0 west. 16 Work Wanted Femtla '
Small craft In the Leeward Islands Cleo had ed.The 17 Work Wanted Mate
winds of 90 miles
The Internal Revenue Service into student travel to Cuba. an reason-a history-making Plants I :
warned to inport hour and i
were stay was moving toward :'
says in the claim that among But the committee resumesits to evade Dora. Shipping between the northeast at about 37 milesan emphasis on voter registrationin ,, FARMS & LIVESTOCK

other items Hoffa failed to list hearings today with the Bermuda and Newfound- hour. the civil rights movement.Some Pianos 26 Farm Equipment

more than $60,000 in legal fees same witness, Morton B. Salter, registration drives startedin ( 27 Feed & Fertilizer
land was warned of Cleo's gale Dora was near latitude 21.5
21 of New York the stand 28 Livestock & Supplies
on 1962.
his Detroit Local 299.Hoffa's .
paid by winds.! north and longitude 60.3 west C Stoves ..
29 Landscaping Top Soil
and police ready, as they were official
Despite a lack of fig j
Cleo took 130 lives in the Caribbean ..
or about 300 miles southsoutheast 30 Pets Supplies
attorneys are disputing Thursday, for any eventuality. and left millions ures, leaders of campaigns 31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL -
of dollars of Bermuda tcward .;
all claimed items cover- Slater, one of 84 students who moving from New York to Los Angeles 'A Radios 4 : I :
in her
damage the northwest at 10 miles an :
and and have .
ing 1958 1960 visited Cuba this summer, was generally claim excellent res- 11 :
asked that the trial be held in starting to testify Thursdaywhen hour but expected to turn to- aim their campaigns M Business Opportunities -
Dora came in with September ward the north-northwest today ponse. ,7V
.Detroit. a man later identified by but touched land at the defeat of Republican '..; t.;. SI Money to Loan .
never any as and toward the north tonight. :
: In another case, still pending, police as Lon L. Dunaway, 28, of she took a northward.turn while Dora had winds up to 115 presidential nominee Barry ;: ;-, Trunks .t 58 59 Mortgages Money WantedMERCHANDISE

:the government is seeking $20- Arlington, Va., leaped upon the still far east of Puerto Rico. miles an hour over a small area Goldwater.But _.

295 it claims Hoffa owes from witness stand and tried to Both are headed into the vast near the center. Small craft in there are indications thatin '. .. '.... .'

:Ihis 1959 income, which included hit Slater. reaches of the north Atlantic, the Leeward Islands were advised some areas particularly inthe ; Jewelry I 61 Wanted to Buy
Police brought down Duna- where cold waters will South that whites also are 42 Machinery & Tools
:$22,930 in legal fees. cause to remain in port until ,
way, who was wearing the armband them to dissipate. seas subside.industrialists. flocking to the registrar's officein L' Bicycles ; W'i/ i3 Building Materials
Hoffa's attor- ofthe American Nazi M Household Goods
In both cases, par- ever-increasing numbers. .' -
; 65 Antiques
contend that the legal fees ty. The presiding congressman,
neys Negro registration gains in 11 TV Sets 66 Misc. For Sale'
:were necessary to Hoffa's busi- Rep. Richard Ichord, D-Mo., Southern states placed at more 67 Trading Post
the session to close Johnson Scores 68 Articles wanted
"ness as Teamsters president. gaveled a
than half a million by a sponsoring -
and rescheduled Salter's appearance biracial agency, have been :'jClothing: *9 Fuel Oil & Woods
70 Boats Marine Equip.
: WASHINGTON (AP) President for today. accompanied by larger gains in 71 Camp Hunt Fish

Johnson signed a bill Until that moment, the day white registration in some Cameras 72 Office Equipment J

:Thursday government officials had been calm, a far cry from Political Coup areas. 73 Musical Merchandise

hope will help end the nation's the sessions a year ago when In the North, where voter registration Antiques ,. t
student travelers, dressed in i I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
:coin shortage. II efforts centered mainlyIn
blue jeans, sandals and beards, I WASHINGTON (CAP) Presi- Henry Ford II and ". ... 32 Mobile Homes for Sale
the cities there
"- It keeps the date "196.." on all hooted and jeered and soon dent Johnson, scoring a major Edgar F. Kaiser, retailer RalphILazarus no estimate larger of the total, numberof was Furniture 34 33 Waterfront Lots for Sale ,

coins made by the mint until the found themselves dragged out of political coup has won a public and financiers Thomas Property
registered. Most 35 Houses for Sale
Tshortage ends in order to make the House caucus room and endorsement from 45 top busi- '.S. Lamont, Robert Lehman and cities Negroes increased registration Livestock : 36 Cottages for Sale
them less attractive to hoarders. tossed onto the sidewalk outsidethe nessmen, most of them longtime Sidney J,. Weinberg. 37 Real Estate Exchanged
House office building. supporters of the Republican The list of organizers also predominantly 38 Real Estate Wanted

This time, the student travelers I party. I included two men who served inthe gro areas. Diamonds .:,. 39 Out of Town Property
: Testimony before congressional James Farmer national director 40 Business Properties
showed up in quiet, conserv- Meeting with Johnson at the Cabinet of Republican President .
41 Residential Income
:: committees by government ative dress, no different from White House Thursday night, 26 Dwight D. Eisenhower of the Congress of Racial Fish Poles 42 Farms & Acreage -

= officials Jiowed hoardingby any other witness or audienceon representatives of the group Robert B. Anderson, who was Equality, said there are nearly 43-1 Colored Property Sales

; speculatively inclined coin Capitol Hill. And they came organized a "National Inde- secretary of health, educationand five million registered Negroesout Used Cars .

dealers and collectors had con- of a potential 12 million, .
armed with an instruction sheet pendent Committee" to supportthe welfare. : RENTALS ,
tributed to the shortage. urging them to behave in an campaign of Johnson and I with three million of them in the -. -- 43 Colored Property' Rentals

The committee said in a press North. Auto TiresAquariums 44 Cottages for Rent ;
The secretary of the Treasury orderly way, keep their comments Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, his release that it would ." 45 Furnished Apts.. I
to themselves and obey vice The country's Negro population -
will determine when the coin presidential running mate. the 46 Unfurnished Apts.
shortage is over. whatever an officer tells themto Among the initial sponsors of acquaint general republic I is just about evenly split, j 47 Houses for Rent Furn.
with the confidence that .
do. They followed the instruc- the committee were such nationally prominent North and South, he said. 48 Houses-for Rent- Unfurftv
national leaders in aU 4. Rooms for Rent *
tions. known executives as An Associated Press survey Row Boats ::
U. S. Japan walks of life have in President 50 Mobile Homes

Johnson and will urge that he be showed no official breakdown of 51 Misc. Rental ; .. .

Share Damage given four of Negro and white voters is Golf Clubs : : 51A Wanted To Rent ,

Fake years opportunityto recorded in seven of the 11 52 Boarders .Wanted_ _ _
Physician serve all the people. .
53 Office Desk Space '
TOKYO (AP) The United Dixie states. In the four where -. .
54 Business Rerrtall
States will pay 75 per cent of a Johnson surely found no fault breakdowns were available- TypewritersMotorcycles : -._ _

$2,874 damage payment to the with that sentiment, and addressing Florida, Arkansas, Louisianaand SERVICE .. ..- :

family of a Japanese woman Finally the group in the Cabi- Virginia -Negro registration 22 Special Services :

killed by a U.S. Marine. Japan ; Tripped Up net room, said: "I commend all showed an increase.- Used TrucksRefrigerators .. 23 Home Improvement .
of you not only on the choice 24 Radio & TV Service -
p .
will pay the other 25 per cent, The council reports said Increases :

according to an agreement DETROIT (AP) Authoritiesare Kelley said Novak, a 1953 youhave made for your country since 1960'in Negro registration 25 Appliance & FurnitureWANTAD .

reached today. checking today into the graduate of Detroit's Chadsey but on your courage in now in some Southern ----.- ..

Pfc. Manuel A. Covarrubias of background of a man who they High School, "faked" attend- .assuming convictions.the responsibility" o f states are greater than the margin Baby Buggies '. RATES :

said earned some $85,000 while ance at schools of medicine, your by which one or the other of ?
Wapato, Wash., reportedly shot Electric Motors ;. PH. '37Z-844:
and killed Miss Yuki Ktsuma- posing as a physician for four including the University of John T. Connor, cochairmanof the presidential candidates carried ,c .:

.. ta, 45, last July 20 at the U.S. ,.years. Michigan, Ann Arbor, Wayne the committee and president: those states in 1960. Store Equipment for .-. :
Michigan Atty. Gen. Frank State University in Detroit and of Merck & Co., told newsmen '. .
Air Force camp in Higashi Fuji, No Northern cities where ma- : ,
100 miles southwest of Tokyo. Kelley Thursday termed the Johns Hopkins University medical that about 75 per cent of the jor drives are being held keep Farm MachineryInfant's Classified OnlyDEADLINES .

"one of the most fantastic school, Baltimore."He Business and financial. leaders
: He was on duty as a guard and separate registration totals for
Miss Katsumata was said to stories of deception in'the would joining in the endorsement of Clothing :
buy a lot of books Negroes and Whites, but most
have ignored his warn rgs. state's medical history. Johnson were registered Republicans Machines .
I but would not actually attend officials reported increased reg- Sewing Tues. thru Fri. papers _
AGENDA I Kelley said the man, ThomasM. most of the classes," Kelley [ or generally supported istration. 530 p.m. Day before' publication -'
GOP candidates in ,
presidential Office
Board ef Adiustment Novak, 29, of suburban Livonia -said. "He picked up a'lot of Equipment

Utilities Southeast Operation Sin Avenue CenterSSS had no medical degree. knowledge by simply putting on elections. Cable Movie For 12:00 ads to go In Sun. paper-

Monday. September 21. 1964-4 PM. he all white coat and walking into described Approve Equipment a.ni. Sat.
1. A request by Florence J. Thomas "Apparently picked up a a Connor himself as
and R. R. Kidwell. Jr. for the reestablishment his medical knowledge by visit- hospital to observe the opera- an independent Democrat. The Public Outboard Motors For ads to go In Mon. paper
of a non-conforming use. new MANILA (AP) The 1pm. SOt.Minimum.
4. and used automobile. sales and major repairs ing different medical schools," tions." other co-chairman, John L. Service Commission has granted ( ad 4 lines). .
in a BR 2 zone. after a discontinuance -
of said use for over nine (t) Kelley said. The state's chief legal official Loeb,'senior partner of the Wall permission to the Philippine Sports Equipment
months. Section 29-14lb) of the Gainesville -
,. Code of Ordinances, at- 615 North' The attorney general said said,, fovak prescribed drugs for Street brokerage firm of Carl Long Distance Telephone Co. to Nursery Furniture FAMILY RATES
Main Street. Loeb Rhoads &
M. Co., said he
JM4)- t:4 Novak was tripped up after he .natients-'.- after .nicking his- registration .... -- proceed with the laying of a 1 Insertion ........... 34c ln!
INVITATION TO BID number for narcotics I was a registered Republican. submarine cable between Guam Vacuum Cleaners "
recently applied as a physicianfor
Notice Is hereby given that the Boardof 3 Insertions .......... 22c Una
County Commissioners of Alachua an insurance policy. No prescriptions "out of thin air." and the Philippines.The -
County. Florida hereby calls for and I commission earlier had Fishing Equipment 6 Insertions .......... 17c line
requests bids for the following equlo-record of Novak's doctor's cer-
ment to be purchased by said Bodid for :tificate was found Kelley said. I Kelley said there was! no immediate According to an article in suspended authorization be- Materials 12 Insertions .......... 14c line'
and Ida: on behalf of Alachua County Flor. : indication that any of Catholic Digest, teachers in the cause of opposition by Globe Building I

One (1) only latest model half.ton pick Novak's patients had been Soviet Union get up to eight Wireless an affiliate of Interna- Machines Total charge computed by
up truck to be equipped as follaws: Washing
, ... I.IDS.Maximum GCW not less tnan 5.000 Long BridgeFor II harmed or that he had per- times the salary of American tional Telephone and Telegraph ',- multiplying total lines i ,x, rate

2. Front axle capacity not less than formed any surgery. teachers. Co.Boys9 Heating Equipment .
S 2.500 IDS. Scotland earned x number of Insertlons.5 -
3. Rear axle capacity not less than
Novak bought a deceased doc.
3.300 Ibs., Musical Instruments Five letter words per line
: 4. Heavy duty clutch minimum"ciia! tor's practice from the man's
meter II Inches. minimum frictional EDINBURGH, Scotlard (AP]) Club Fall HoursI t I
area 123.7 sq. inches. heirs in 1960 and specialized in Camping Equipment
5. Twelve (12) volt 70 amp.hr. Scotland opens today one of 8 Point !
battery, minimum of 42 amp. alternator. the internal medicine treating such Same as 2 lines ordinary type I
world's largest singlespansuspension
ailments as heart and lung diseases Plumbing EquipmentChildren's
'. Six (6) cylinder engine with en- bridges, a 1&- mile, Go Into Effect Tuesdayday
gin displacement not less than 262 and diabetes, Kelley
cu. Inches. four-lane highway across the Playthings 12 point' i

--. 7.not Front less spring than 1.133 capacity Ibs.' heavy at ground duty Firth of Forth. said.Kelley The Boys' Club of Gainesvilleopens Sept. 12th, when the Kids Same as 3 lines ordinary type

..rear Heavy springs.duty four-speed transmit said Novak, who was for fall programmingSept. Amateur Dog Show will be held. Electrical AppliancesDogs I
The bridge, first planned 40 I
ston. not held, might be charged with 8 at 3 p.m. New fall hoursgo Other events scheduled for
,. Five <50 x 1.. six ply nylon years ago, took sis years to Cats Parakeets 18 PointSame
tires with tubes. practicing medicine without a into effect as follows: daily September are the opening of ,
._ 10. Ampere meter, heat gage, horn complete and cost $56 million. It license. This carries a maximum !-Monday through Friday 3-5:30 Flag Football Saturday, Sept. as 4 lines ordinary type. !
pressure gage alOe horn will provide a direct road link
_. lights and reflectors that met allState penalty Upon conviction of! p.m. and nightly 7-9:30 p.m. The 19, and registration for the an- "
of Florida statutes and factory between Edinburgh ar.d Fife
._ Indicators Installed front self and -rear.cancelling turn. served since 1890 by a rail, a $300 fine or up to six monthsin club will be open from 9 a.m. to nual Punt, Pass and Kick program .- Nothing will sell it faster 24 Point :

II. Straight sided pickup body. I bridge. jail. 5 p.m. every Saturday. The starting date for special ;
12. Truck to be painted monotone us! Novak, married and the father Charlie Dobbs, Boys' Club pro- programs such as the tele- Same as S lines ordinary type

__ There ing Dupont will be Enamel the following No. tra 93-un,-in Queen Elizabeth II and Prince of two children, surrendered -gram director, said that limited scope builders, electricity electronics ;

159 on the Ford above WOO pickup pickup: (ACRD No.I Philip, her husband, were to to authorities Thursday activities will be conducted the homework help and others than theGAINESVILLE ...' : i

-- Bidder. will list the bid price on tne vehicle -ride the first official car across after being queried about his first week with the first big special will be announced prior to 36,PCISanrt I
and the trade-in
bids will be f.o.b. Gainesville.allowance.Florida AII:! the span. medical certificate. event scheduled for Satur- the starting date.. :
Bidder shall certify his bid equals or :
exceeds the above minimum spec fie. SUIT n 7 lines ordinary type
lions and shall attach manufacturers -.
current literature supporting his ttd. I
The delivery date shall be stated In the .
bid tt will be considered Fireman Finds Himself i (
award.as In the Wea.'thy. The Gainesville Sun will not be I
shall : responsible for: more .than one
BIdd.r guarantee that ,parts and Incorrect
service will be available wiThin the City WANT ADS Insertion nor will Jt
of :Gainesville. and any freight bills or ': J be Oable for any ,"_ tovaavvertlsement
phone calls for parts not in stock will I NEW YORK (AP) Fireman I An attorney has been trying to a friendship with Dimond and en, 9,.and Vance, 4. ; to i greater exH**
be the responsibility of the bidder. ; than the cost of the spcoccvpled -
Bidder shall furnish a title certificate Richard Gregory Shaw, 34, was find Shaw and the New York the conversations the two had What will he do' with the $250- by the item in the ad-
for the new vehicle. I about art literature 000? vertisement. No adjustment'win.be
for three .
Bids shall be In duplicate sealed In an ,off duty Thursday night but Daily News ran a story Thursday years .. ::: 4lJ' made on errors that do-ne>
envelop within an envelope and the 'in the form of an letter and world_culture in generaL A belated honeymoon trip to : ._ ._ materially, fiect the value of \
exterior: envelop dearly marked "Bid stopped by the firehouse for a open the advertisement.The ,..
Truck" Shaw.. Hawaii, said Shaw. He also ..
All bids shall be In writing and delivered cup of coffee with the boys to I took ..... CALLI : ,. t
the two walks talked in -
about home
by hand or mall to the Board of and learned he is heir to $250- "Hey! is this ?" firemen buying a. : ,j ,. :.r.-- ,.' Gainesville. Sun .reserves ,
County Commissioners' at the courthouse you together or stopped off for a. New Jersey.. But mainly he was ', .... <> .. The .
In Gainesville on or before 2.30 greeted Sh w when priyLegej4 revlwg C.reecfaftg -
P.M. Tuesday.'September 22. If 64. 000.The he stopped beer. Shaw last saw his friend: still shocked by his new. af { -"' --. ( eoy-advertisement which
The Board of County Commissioners at the firehouse. i t _
the right to reiect any and reserves ail- money was left in trust to in 1951 fluence.He .4. i Jt 9blt!. blt and to
bids, and to waive Inforrnalit s. Shaw Bushnell Dimond Shaw grabbed I --. 376-4672 .chaAg.th..cIe.sNkoflon of
G. M. DAVIS. Chairman by a the newspaperand Shaw lives in a $57-a-month took one step quickly. He : : any

Board of County Commissioners New York writer who died last learned of his fortune. apartment In.the Bronx with his quit .has extra job asa_ .,taxicab :: :: '_1: i!Ip-,1. -, ":' drsntsU&njtl1t.rd.rld!
Alachua County Florida f > : = ; to conform to the policy ef the
(3SS81 *4. 11 June 6. Shaw remembered striking up wife, Tecla, 34, and sons, Stev-. driver ; : :: I paper.. '


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Friday ,September 4, 1964 Gainesville Sun 1

11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 12 Mole Help Wanted 18 Schools & Instructions 33 LOTS FOR SALE
_ _ _
WANTED one fuil time or part YOUNG MAN HIGH SCHOOLat 100 FT. x 150 ft. beautifuFjr ; '

time waitress. Apply In person from 19, to 23 yrs. of ,age high home, free booklet,'.American lot residential Araquay Park tROSSWORD JI.uut iLLI-
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE morning or evening to Hotel school graduate with average or School. P. O. Box 14MU Jackson- 719 St.. Augustine., $1200 by owner. .
Thomas. 415 N.E. 2nd St. better grades for full time perm :ville. Fla 32216. Phone FR 4-4250. r :

HORSE and pony riding. also pas- CURB GIRLS and Inside help anent position as'salesman in our MEN & women la to 55 To train tor !
> need Acre .
twre. Newberry Rd. 4 o'clock. lots NW. $300000 rex home ACROSS 33. Sand bank
department. Apply personnel
ed at A & W Root Beer Drive In. CIVIL SERVICE
Church. Call 374-3785. office Wilson's DepartmentStore. sites. S.W. TV* acres Ranchettes. David's '
Apply In person between 2 & Examinations. For information near Paines Prairie 34. Esau
KUT *N KURL BEAUTY SALOON S P.M. send name. address Phone No. MARY MOELLER REALTOR nephew Scarlett's .
Beauty on a BudgetAll INSURANCE SALESMAN. over 21. Service. jj
112 i
Key Training W.
work guaranteed CURB WAITRESSES day and with car. Commissions & partial Adams St.. Jacksonville. 1019 W. Unfv FR -4471 6. Feeler home
Perm. S5 up Sham-set $150 up night shift. top wages. Apply expenses Included. Reply box 69.A E: E
Teaching R
14 E. Univ. Ave. 372-7724 In person. Jerry's Restaurant c 0 Gainesville Sun listing Real Estate Exam 34 Waterfront Property :. 37. Tops40. /* :
1 I Open nights by appt. 2310 S. W. 13th St. 'name age. marital status experience <.; Institutions friend '

p LEARN TO DRIVE -spedatat. SECRETARY WANTED Must be & qualifications enclosing COURSE WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. 413.About .Powdery :ii.I I
ATTEND First lesson free.
a recent snapshot.
tentlon to nervous In
or elderly. proficient shorthand
. and typ. Broker, IDealizing in *_14. Therefore
Easy Way Driving School. FR ing. Salary commensurate with WANTED 4 MEN LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. I I
7-70QI tic bY State at Pia COLLEGE, 218 W. Univ. Ave 15. Old ltal. 42.P1llbox
experience c and ability. Scruggs to work with large Eastern elec- _FR. 4-3507 372-3727. AGE. 3 miles No. of Morose
TRAVEL & Carmlchael. 3 SE 1st Avenue. trical concern In the Gainesvillearea. GR 52981.Cedar. IMghouie 43.Female

5 INFORMATIONI Ph. 3745242.INSURANCE High commissions we furnish 26 Farm Equipment 16. None horse I2
leads. Age 2340. neat In Key Shoresfine
will not be responsible for debts secretary bookkeeper appearance county 45. Rail bird
Incurred by anyone other than with typing shorthand, & ex car necessary. No experience GOOD INH tractor see it oper- homesites from $2250 SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLI-
myself after this date September perience. Reply box 569. coo needed we train you. ..ate. Call 372-0745 after 5:00 P,M. .- 18.Minks, 47.Myself
3. 1964. Gainesville Sun. listing name Call Mr. Haner, Mon. Wed.. and non-waterfront from $1510 ermines 48.Bored Prayer 8.Speech Im
Hermann Ltmberger age, martial status experience & FrL only at FR 2-0500 "between 9 28 Livestock & Supplies
qualifications enclosing a recent and 10 A.M Scott & Fetter Corp. Marina Locations 20. Saucepan 51.Taro root bead perfectionS.Wahoofisb

6 SPtCIAL NOTICES snapshot. WHITE MALE. married 20-23 yrs. BABY: calves th* year roun beef INVEST facilities 21. Midday 52. Calyx 4.Andent
MATURE for old to work grill fix drinks. and dairy type. 3 to 10 days eld. T' : needed here 23. Counterfoil slave 10.Planet
LOSE WEIGHT safely wiflji .., woman Doctor's office work cash register etc No experience Weaned yearlings 3 to 4 mos. 25. segment
Dex-A-Diet Tablets Only M cents. tionist.; bookkeeping Past typing recep necessary. Starting sal. eld. 1 mile East of blinker lightin Motel Locations Amalgamation 5.100-eyed 11.Kinds
experience h e I p. ary $40 per wk. Night work. Call Anthony. f\\Ia. M. F. ParrUh, DOWN 12. Collection
3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug fuL Include full details In letter hone 6292315.WANTEDDEAD. INVES: accommodationsneeded moijster
Company. Reply to box S70-A care of __372-0924: for appt. Sandwich Inn. Medium's l.Windflower, Jumbled Drudgery ,

NOTICE Is hereby given that we Gainesville Sun. Man over age 25 married who OR ALIVE a session 2.Third note type 19.Institute*
wants to get ahead In retail dairyman to show us a better
will not be responsible for anymore WANTED experienced Legal Secretary DAVID 31.Hardy of the scale Deroured suit
I cluttered book shelves. to begin work telling. Salary of S4I weekly at dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills ANDREWS- .
Immediately start with In 60 If 16 All Pulleted Drai-
raise pet.
Friends of the Library will accept for Senior Partner. Salary conv 22Vibrition1s
used books of all kinds for munsurate with experience and you can make the grade. Apply" Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDN REAL ESTATE

their upcoming annual Book Sale. ability. Fringe benefits: Blue I in! own. Box handwriting 572-A coo giving GainesvilleSun. experience. per chua.ton.Phone FMX FR Gainesville MOTS or or Ala-441- CEDAR KEY 3841 or 3831 Z .. 5 7 8 point

Dispose I'se.used books now for a Cross and Blue Shield. For Inter. 2105.
good Call FR 21061 or view contact E. A. Clayton or $12 WATERFRONT FOOTF! 10 1/ Il.3 monctaxyunft
bring to the Gainesville Public James E. Clayton. Phone 372-9591. PINTO Shetland Mare 2V* yrs. 133 Acres on beautiful Santa Fe
lIbrary. WAITRESSES MAN wanted for local wholesale old. very gentle with children. river with Vt mile Rd. frontage _
WANTED. Manor milk route. Must be married 195. 2001 S.E. 4th St. Phone 3/2- .
Restaurant. Apply In KPT less than 3 ml. to High Springs. / If 15 '
8 Baby Sitters, Child Car W. University Ave. bondable previous experience. age 1202. About 80 acres cleared. fram drowsy' :3'
21-35 and high school graduate house. shed and storage
; KINDERGARTEN EXPERIENCED woman to take preferred. Apply 204 S. W. 5th ,30 PETS & SUPPLIES spring. Ideal Club or Camp room site. g- 17 II. I' 29 28.BuildcftheAric
care of baby & light housekeep St. "
ing 4 days a week. Own trans
teacher complete prog r a m. portation. References. 3744951. WANTED service station man. GERMAN Shepherd female 7 11 W. Univ. Ave. Ph. 374-1359 ZI Z1. ZJ Z41S 29.Chcw
Open 7.30 am. to 5.30 p.m. white or colored. Must be able months thoroughbred, no pap; '!rs.
daily to qutnty. Apply In person. Cros Excellent disposition. FR 4-8314. Lakefront Furn. house, ready candy
1704 NE tth St. FR 23343 NEED SCHOOL by's Gulf Station 931 W. Univ. BEAGLE, female 3 yrs. old, spay. !' for living good water, 48'xlisr Z, 27 ZI Z9 3Q .

EXCELLENT child care. Private FUNDS? Ave. ed. all shots. excellent child's ,Int 4WLt&"V Alto lot. dock canal good access fishing.to Lake Lake Santa 32.Eur.elk

home. References. Phone FR 6- COLORED About 30 hr. week pet. Phone 372-9894. Fe. $10,300. 44S-175I. jT 31 JJ 35.Heatbs37.Thghtless ..
2380. Housewives like yourself are as waiter-bus boy. Must be neat. SIAMESE kittens and stud service -
earning good income by Apply In person only 9 to 10 AM. regIstered. lilac. blue and Whip up one apron for yourself. Ocean front home. St. Augustine -
RELIABLE child core in Carmanella's 706 W. Univ. Ave. Beach 2 '' ',n Jf 353T
my Avon Cosmetics. chocolate point; S25 up. Williston other as a holiday gift or to delighta near pier. BR masonry bird
representing ""
home. FR 23754. LICENSED Real Estate salesman, 521-6<<1. hostess. repainted Inside and out. VhJl
Openings now available for City water end electricity plus i. -. ; 38.Weather
$100 week drawing account. 34 3
a AKC! 11 41
COMPETENT mother will care Reg. German Shepherd puppies artisan welL Completely furnished. -
Picture these pretty In
qualified women. Write Large volume builder developing aprons cock '
for children. reasonable in her wormed and shots. Call COLOR 2 13.000 sacrifice price Includes -
for daisies
another for
home at 909 SE 1st Ave. Phone AVON. P.O. Box 448. 3 areas. Position In Gainesville. FR 6-4276 or see at 1206 NE gingham valuable adjacent lot .fj f f. .
, cross-stitch on 7to-tn. 45 of 41
to Box 494-A COO Gainesville
Reply .
, FR 44481.KIDDIE Gainesville or call I I FR Sun.WANTED Avenue.poodle checks Pattern 719; charts; direc- $2000 cash Balance on terms to 41.Sycamore.50 .
; KORT CHILD CARE 20421. puppies. male 4 wks., tions. suit buyer. Phone '3724733. oak

."' Day wk.. or mo. Old Newberry CARRIER FOR morning reg. 1 chocolate, 1 black. S75 OVER 30 acres of lake front many 4' 49
. Rd. Planned Pick TECHNICIAN for doctor's office paper route. need good transportation Phone 3724695.MINIATURE Thirty-five cents *ln coins for this bearing pecan trees. Also 5 furnished 44.TermInate
programs. up
time. cash bond. Call
part experienced
<< Send pa"ern-add 15 cents for each pat- houses with dock and
at Littlewood and Terwilllger Dachshund ACK quality deep 51 SZ
( resume to box 573-A: coO Gaines FR 2-4451 for further Info. .
tern for 15t schools. Call FR 2-4467. ville Sun.CLERK pups with family type disposition 49. Toward
I WANTED TV antenna Installer & partially housebrok e n. : handling. Send to Laura Whee- Lake Santa Fe. Inquire! Lewis
TYPIST for helper. top regular hours er. Gainesville Sun. Needlecraft Jewelry Co. A' Nlws/a.tua 94 50. Tantalum
: TINY TOT- permanent pay. __$_So. Phone FR 4-8943. Poor time 22 mine ,
position with established com many fringe benefits. must be Dept., p. o. Box 161. Old Chelsea

PLAY SCHOOL pany. Must be' qualified and experienced willing to work & want to do AKC Boxer puppies. Call Station. New York 11. N. Y. Print 3 ST.bedroom AUGUSTINE 2 bath OCEANFRONT cottage on 100' symboL
Write P. O. Box 391. better. None other apply. Couch's 3767786. plainly PATTERN ocean front lot only $14,750 $3-
Visit us and see for yourself. _408 N. Main St. NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE.
( 24 SE 8th St. FR 4-7804. ONE part time cashier; one full BEAGLE puppies. AKC perfectly 600 down, balance SIt per month.
time cashier. evening shift. See NEED part time butcher. Short marked from good hunting line. NEW FOR 1963! 200 designs 35 Houses for Sole
V RELIABLE sitter wishes to care Mr. Pozin University Inn. hours with top pay. Must be neat Excellent pets. Phone FR 4-2118. more fashions to knit. crochet than ST. AUGUSTINE REALTY FREE ESTIMATES on SERVJCE CALLS $5
maintain standards of clean
for Infants or children. Reason top 4133 NW St. ever Plus 3 FREE patterns. embroidery
able. References. Call FR 6-3897. STEAK ROOM. waitress to work atWinnammer. _Ilness. Call 3725994 after 5 PM. 12th dolls' clothes. Send 25 Corner Cordova FURNACES and Quality Heating Air Conditioning

I CHILD 21. Apply| Primrose Opening soon. Over CABINET MAKERS. Custom Cabi- BOXER puppies for sale. Call cents for new Needlecraft Catalog. Valencia Streets.St. Refrigeration Service
) CARE In private home. Located Inn 214 W. Augustine Florida FREDARNOLD Central AirConditioners Contractor
1 blk. from GAINESVILLEHigh Univ. Ave.WANTEDRN. net Mill Work Inc. has immediate 372-0895. 824-333T
I VALUE COMPLETE QUILT Any make model window
School. Large fenced In yard openings for cut-out men. or
Si play Limit 4 children. and LPN nurse for assemblers formica men & truck PATTERNS In deluxe. new Quilt units and household appli
area. 32 Mobil Homes For Sole
Rates very reasonable. Excellent new Nursing/ Home. SOS S. Col- driver. Call to arrange for Interview Book. For beginners, experts. Send 35 Houses for Sal ances. Also we clean heaters.
,I references. 2 grade schoolteacher ley Rd. Stark Fla. Phone 969- 3723509 daytime or 372-0070 50 cents now!
yrs. 271. after P.M. TRAILER SO x 10 Woivering.1965.excellent Phone FR 2-5002

work., 5 1904 yrs.NW summer 12th Ter.recreation condition. Sacrifice.- 3420 ImmediateOccupancy by 7!!! !!:
12 Mole Help Wanted OPPORTUNITY S. W. -rcher-Rd.Village, Lot 24. 32 Mobile Homes For Sale REALTORFAMILY
Call 378-2049. .
In Fla.
WILL keep children home. Best In equipment using In-

vet II. WAREHOUSE man white or col- MANAGER CONNOLLY ternally Insulated ducts designed -
Call FR 2-6242. ored. must be bondable. Night I Strivea engineered and installed -
work. Canada Dry Bottling Co. WANTEDH. Mobile Home Sales Inc. 2 & 3 HOME FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY

11 FEMALE HELP WANTED lust off North Main St.. behind and R. Block. the Nation's Largest bedroom mobile homes. Many Comfortable, livable home with byALL AMERICAN HEATING
I Van Moving Co. warehouse. Personal floor plans. 7 year financing. three good sized bedrooms and
Income Tax Service wantsto CHOICE two, three and four bed- & AIR CONDITIONING CO.
Interviews after S p.m. locate a person capable of opening Little Drive out today. 3 miles Southof homes at convenient locations. two baths and Florida room with
I COCKTAIL waitresses wanted. Apply ANTENNA Installation man. Must a volume tax service in Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. room. Quality construction plus- fireplace. The kitchen has ample PH. 376-8258 For top quality workmanship

i between 4 and I PM or be experienced and reliable. Apply Gainesville. Excellent opportunity 374-0571 bonus features such as: real I space for eating, and Includes 1930 NE 23rd Blvd. call

r _contact. Woody Bramble.:.....-- In person. Tech T.V. 122 N.W. for right person. We train Save LotLowest FOR SALE 52 x 10' mobile home. plaster walls fully sodded lot built -\ In range oven disposaland 24 Hour ServiceSuiiWant 372-6142
WAITRESS wanted good hours. 14th Ave. you. Send resume to box 547-m a 2 BR, like new. Lot 17. Archer lifetime terrauo floors GE central central heat and Hardwood air floors. GAINESVILLE
6 days a week. Breasted Chicken care of Gainesville Sun. Rd. Village 374-4843 after 5 P.M. heat adaptable to A-C GE conditioning,
) Restaurant. 1304 W. Univ. Ave. WAITERS overhead In the Industries. built-in oven and range a I 11 I large 2 car garage. Attractively Ads UPHOLSTERY
Gainesville Country Club. 13-Help Male or Female DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like FEDERAL QUALITY brick fronts rustic gas lamps. landscaped lot with privacy. K5- 1508 N.W. 13th St.
: CASHIER experienced. Apply In Apply office AM to 4 PM to work and you benefit. LOOKto HOMES INC. sidewalks, swim club member- 300. Free Estimates-PICk up and

person. Wonderhouse Restaurant No phone calls HIRING the future make a sound In- 4820 NW. 13th St. GainesvilleFR ship. Get ResultsMcCOY'S delivery.
14 SW.'lst St. Behind Sears. CARRIER BOYS between 12 & 15 NOW vestment. See our top brand cvis- 2-5113 Walt Johnson. Mgr. PRESTIGE AREA

HOUSEWIVES yrs. old needed for paper routeIn Cooks.cafeteria counter line men& soda& women fountain.Sales for tom made 12 WIDES at 1C SPECIAL No cash down VA. Beautiful' _lot__on.N.W. 23rd. Street.. ':I
the N.E. WIDES prices. 8 yr. financing i wo pearoom TWO cams
Kids in school soon? Going to have end N.W. Section siuay.
some spare time? Christmas Wonderful experience for your clerks for sundrie store. available. Lake Geneva Trailer 104 x 208' Lot for mobile home Low FHA down. Tremendous living dining area
before can hardly son. dally contact with the public Day & evening shifts open. Apply Sale on Rt. 100 1 mile $. E. Jl 500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes Also conventional financing. huge fireplace. Fall out shelter
coming up you him for College Inn. 1728 W. Univ. of Keystone Heights. Open evenings Prairie. For appointment callF two car garage dark room and .
turn around Need extra money prepares a leading role
Ave. No phone calls. Move in
for gifts for those new grand In his future. For more Information and Sunday. R 6-3052. boat port. Call us for an ap

children We need ladies for call Gainesville Sun. Circulation MEDICINE' STENO II 45 FT. Spartan 2 BR $1700 cash. 1954 SCHULT x 37, 2 BR 1 with pointment. MACOMA HOMES INC.
part time employment. 20 hrs. Dept. 372-&U1. OPENING. above average skillIn Also 25 ft. Panel-fab cabana room bunk. $1500. Good condition. TomorrowVILLAGE NEAT ,
per week. $1.25 per hr. Your FULL TIME meat cutter .honest. transcribing medical records sacrifice. Phone 372-3381. Phone 6-1887.

over age is 30. no The barrier Professional If you Insurance are. reliable & dependable Apply In rapidly school graduation from dictaphone.& verifiable High USED TRAILER Large living FOR SALE OR LEASE 2 bedroom Three excellent bedroom condition.Itt bath Pleasant homeIn In beautiful Suburban Height west of NW 43rd St.

A Corp. office is in Room 205 person. East Side Market. 1424 experience required. Must re room rear kitchen two bedrooms house trailer and nice shady lot. [ GREEN[[ Florida room charming terrace adjoining city limits.
Hawthorne Rd. N. W. location. $3950. Phone 372-
built In outdoor grill. Range, refrigerator -
Baird Hdwe. Bldg. and hiring locate. Submit resume. Hospital upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Alsoa 3039 -
will be in from FULLTIME salesman a\ Board. Tampa, air conditioner included. -
representative wanted. Retail Welfare travel trailer. 376-8361. The Charming the Livable
____ Owner will consider
8:30 to 10:30 each morning or clothing and furnishings. Experience Fla. n LABOR DAY SPECIAL offer. any reasonable RANCHO GRANDE TIKI

c A WANTED experienced waitress. Salary commensurate with experienced, all shifts. Alan's BUTTSMobile 57 2 BR Skyline, 4Y S1795 FHA 3 bedrooms, 2 boths. 3 bedroom 2 bath large

Apply Humpty Dumpty Restaurant ability and experience. SV*' day MR. SANDWICH SHOP across 57 1 BR Campanlon, 31', $1195 HUGHEDWARDS $15,000 to qualified FHA Buyer. study family room, living screened porch beautifulroom

310 NW 13th St. week. Insurance benefits. Write from Univ. Post Office. 50 1 BR Spartan. 30'. SI095 Ready for occupancy. 3 bedrooms dining room oak family room oak parquet
54 1 BR Spartan, 43, S2195
I WANTED experience waitresses for resume to box 461-A to. arrange SOMEONE to come In and work 48 1 BR Spartan 25', 1595 "''a baths. Florida room with fire. parquet floor, drapes infloors, drapes included.
all shifts. Larry's Restaurant. personal Interview.IF about 3 hrs. a day. 5 days a 59 1 BR Great Lakes, 45 x 10 12. place. Kitchen completely equip eluded. $30,000 10% $28.500 10% Down.
1223 W. Univ. Ave. you have aspirations of owning week. Bookkeeping experience 395. ped. Gleaming hardwood floors. Down. Our 1964 Parade Home

your own home. Cadillac boata. helpful. Write P. O. Box 412._ Nimrod camper $395 INC.North 4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave.
summer cabin; and am will- MARRIED couple for general maintenance HomesINC. Trailer parts for sale, 1 miles S. .
Sun Want Ads Ing to put out so yau can en- duties at new King's Of Starke on US 301. ARNOLDREALTY
loy these good things In life Food Host restaurant. Dayt I m e MURRAY TRAILER SALESPh. Builder Central and Florida's Developer Largest "PLANNING TO BUILD"Let

while you are still able to. or hours. Top wages. Call 372-5994 944-0571 Furnished models at 2909 NE 15th COMPANY us give you an estimate contracting. your new
ResultsYOU if you have reached the end of after S P.M.GERMAN NEW 1964, 50x10 Chickasha 2 bedroom. St. Multiple Listing Member custom home.
Get the promotional trail in your W 19 & 12 WIDES
Will sell for small equity and
present occuaptran. or you desire tutor for beginningboy. also assume payments. FR 27798. 3747971JWK 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290
to enter a prestige profession Phone 372-3117. CAMPERSWe Associates: Jane Caldwell'
with membership !'n Chamber 1962 Skyline house trailer 2 BR.: Jim Sheppard Bob Kaikman Nite FR 6-5015 or 6-6502
cf) Corwneree. Country Club WANTED male or female we have need 25 trade-Ins this month! air corvd. washing machine. 3620 F. w. Hodge Walter Stoddard Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd.
CAN BUY civic groups and be on Important an Immediate opening. for a motor Call us for the best deals. SW Archer Rd.. Lot 27. Phone Jimmy Green
route salesman carrier. In 376-1704.
: community committees you Brooker Santa Fe area. Good 3768361NW 372-8404 ----
the -
THEBESTATNORTHWEST should contact the Protessiona r58 GREAT LAKES 10 x 47, -
earnings. If you have transpor 13th St. at 4th St. On street \
Insurance Corp In Room 205 all around screened porch wall to wall ECONOMICAL living In 1.300 square -
tatl"" desire to run your own parking our corner
Baird Hdwe. Bldg. 8::30 to 10:30A.M. excellent condition. Many
butu.es with very little Invest Open f AM. to P.M. each rugs. feet. plus carport and storage.
I or phone 3764 merit please call Mr. Caputa week day. extras. Buy now for December Only $8,900.00 with low down pay.
$2500. Ph FR 4-8497
Circulation Dept. 372S441 ext. 19 occupancy ment possible. Two bedrooms
Professional Is
an old line legal
50 x 10 I Reserve Company with home S to 7:30 P.M. For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn. huge Florida room kitchen x
01 trailer & enclosed cabana. Excelient 33 LOTS FOR SALE equipment Included In price.
flees In Jacksonville and Is
2BR ix- 14-S.lel Help Wanted condition. FR 2-9184 44 OUTSTANDING four bedroom houseIn
pending Its operations through 1 A.M. and 6-12 P.M. Va ACRE LOT AND OR TRAILER
$5859per several states Promotions and I. FOR SALE. V acre Vi mile from beautiful residential area. Central !
mo. Income unlimited but we need ; SALESMAN for television end ster- University incl. well. pump. septic heat and air conditioning,
men Immediately to fill vacancies -I eo. Must be experienced, cour- ''WYATTTrailer tank work shop storage & many nice features and luxury
created by promotions and teous and neat. to sell high study room patio i 41 x S 1954 appointments. Brick construc
expansion. We have: quality line. Apply In person 2 BR New Moon trailer. Perfectfor tion.DELIGHTFUL.
//t 5x1O Tech TV 122 N.W. 16th Ave married students. Call FR 4- three bedroom homeIn I> E
p 2BR 1. A highly salable product SalesHome 2310 or FR 6-2369. NE. convenient to school. Well

' 2. A market 16 Work Wanted Female 75 x 125 CHOICE business property landscaped corner lot with backyard '
3. generous commission & of
fenced for children. Large -
$6013per overwrite Pacemaker Mobile Homes on US Hwy. 1. 3 ml. South of -- \
mo. 4. Unlimited advancement EXPERIENCED legal secretary desires Shasta and Airstream St. Augustine in motel area. comfortable house with a family
tunity I oppor permanent position. trial Travel Trailers $3300 by owner. FR 4-4250. room for only $14,00000. THIS WEEK'S IS ON
5. Integrity a. backing .. civil work preferred. Reply Ocala's First Mobile Home LARGE beautiful lots in Ridge- SPOTLIGHT
unsurpass to Box 571A Gainesville Sun.DAY'S Dealer Since 1948 LOTS for sale In veautitul Idylwild wood S/D. Littlewood Westwood
and the
between Gainesville new
5OxO 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. section at reasonable prices. All
edWE WORK. Phone 376 golf and country club. Large restricted -
I 2BR NEED YOUI Phone 429-1351 lots. Certified public water Improvements paid.
Well to Wall Carpet. Double WANTED 0912. Ocala. Fla. system. Outside ctiy limits. PRESTIGE address In Black Acres. S 7- UNIVERSITY INN
anyone Interested I In
Door GE Refrlg.A167 singing In gospel quartet. After MATURE woman desires permanent Lowest prices easiest terms, largest -i $1750 to $2800.Clyde Spacious three bedroom two bath
$ i:30 P.M. 372-9681. position as clerk typist. C.II display In central Florida. Secklnger! Realtor house with panelled family room
collect Keystone 473-4443. We trade for anything. Free delivery Owner & developer built In kitchen central heat, Start a wonderful evening with a cocktail in the

U I per mo. ROUTE salesman for son drink to 100 mOes.fRAILER Ph. FR 4-5038 two car enclosed garage. Vacant >,
company. Must be bondable age 18 Schools & Institutions up MART ACRE lots for sole. now. Owner will consider University Inn Lounge. Cocktail Hour i* from 5 to
i 2538. Phone FR
2-1511 9 to
J your offer or will rent monthto '
weekdays. Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 4 Phone 372-4416 month at $175.00. 9 P.M. Then have one of the best teaks In town
54xO East Palatka Phone 328-1050 .
\ FRONT END MECHANIC CIVIL SERVICE TRAININGSecretarl.1 LOT with 3 trailer spaces and 2
J. W.
in the Steak Room the convenient;
2 BR Must have own small or serve yourself
tools. Sa
Courses -Classes now I x 29' Manor Mercury house trail trailers. Large awnings 3 large
Double Door Refrlg. Front DinIng ary plus commissions. All company forming. Howell's Business Col- ler. $1200. Call 495-2452 between patios, 3 septic tanks lots of KIRKPATRICKREALTOR smorgasbord way. After a delightful meal return to
t 1 Room. benefits. Send resume to lege. 218 W. Univ. .5 and 7 pm. In Archer. shade. good rental Income. Just
_574-A c-o Gainesville Sun. Phone FR 4-3507 outside city limits. For sale. FR the Lounge for cocktails and dancing to the music of
$6321 HOUSING NORTHWESTTRAILER 6-8883. 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-1404
project labor for
gen. PIANO teacher
I per mo. era! cleaning 40 hr week. GMTA: Beginners available and intermedlates member- SALES Beautiful high fc rolling 'lots good Floye Mathiasen ASSOCIATES Irene Burmel Bobby Griffin's Combo and Richard Parker Orchestra *

YOUNG AMERICA HOMES all ages. 1311 NE 20th Place 2702 Waldo Road N.E. N.W. location. Capt. A. W. Reece USN Ret.
1603 NE 30th Ave. 37206 or call 372-6532 anytime. At Palm Lane 374-0205 Call. Fordyce 376-1236. Levis Kirkland Ben GriffinKINGSBERRY 'til 2 A.M.


3 BR t Watch For Next Week' SPOTLIGHT

.., .6.6 1 .
per mo. MOBILE HOME SALE50x10



50 x 12 HOMES-, GENERAL GAINES SHELLEY'S Home of the Original

Talc choice of
your over Dial 372-4511 for fast free de-
2 bedroom kitchen. Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice Charcoal Steak Room merges--
front 2 bedroom. front kitchen.
90 beautiful
f $6938per brick steaks prepared to your taste livery. board. Cocktail Hour I to 7. 2
mo. Reduced Kingsberry homes on our open hearth. Holiday Inn I Also pizza your favorite drinks for the price of 1. Dancing
to $3495.00 Reduced to $3495.00 119 W. Univ. Ave.
:1900 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-1244. beer. or our 'til 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin's
new store 1st .
Combo Si Richard Parkers orches.tre.

50 x 12 No. 2423 No. 1569 $9,000 to $30,000as (Formerly THE Fred's ORLEANS Locker Room) 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-2442.

2 BR Businessmen's Lunch 45 *
little as Served 11:30 AM 2:00 P.M. BOWLING *
Dinner Servied 4 12 P.M.
60x10 55x10 Cocktails Served Dancing
: per mo. Complete dinner noon and night PALM LANES

3 bedroom. front kitchen. 3 bedroom, front kitchen. your lot 4542 NW 13th St. salads 97 cents.and Wide desserts variety to of meats choose Well be closed August 10th thru

55 x 12 Reduced to 3995.00 Reduced to $3695.00 Monthly_ payments ITALY IN GAINESVILLE? see from.us Open- Palmer 7 days a&week.Sue Long.Come the 17th for of reserviclng our alleys.! and Wt'lfsee reconditioning -

38R Dine by candlelight In the delightful Remember We have complete you the 11th. 2606 Waldo

: $74'per No. 3663 No. 2594 as$56.00Several low as MANARO'S atmosphere RESTAURANT of Italy' dinner 97 cents.noon and night for only Road 3764634.ADVERTISE.

1\\ mo. specializes In Lasagna, Pizza

I new homes ready and other delicious Italian Food. BILLIARD'S IN THE

WHY PAY RENT? for immediate occupancy. 2120 372-4490 Hawthorne- Closed Mondays.Rd. 5-11 P.M.

THE JAMES CO. MR. SANDWICH SHOP, Fun for not only young men
MONTHLY PAYMENTSSO S Across from Univ. Post Office BUT young women too.
FEDERAL QUALITY 901 WoWo Ra Featuring our own roast beef sandwich Bring your dates
In natural IIr.". 55 cents. Open 18 A.M. to 12 P.M.

AT NORTHWEST INC.Gainesville. Evenings Phone 372-2527 372-6441 __"The best roast be f In town 903 N. Main Street



-At Palm Lana 376-0205 CALL 372-8441. .





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r 4 3 Clean out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now_Pick up extra cash Person to person ads are for non commercial users selling merchandise.
K 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 Ad-Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.

35 Houses for SaU 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sal I I
I New Brick Homesby
BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH $$$ 3034 NE 14th Dr. a Mo. old 3 BLACK .ACRES 3 bedroom I bath, 6-room frame ADMIRE SUBURBAN
By Investing In a U. S. Steel Home BR, 2 bath Fla. room, patio house, close in nice neighbor. THIS UNUSUAL NOME IN I aBuilder
built In this area by built-in oven and range., Air PRICED TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 hood. Ig. shady tot 59950. HEIGHTS
THE TIME IS NOW ALACHUA HOMES INC. cond. Cent. heat. Large cornerlot. bedrooms 2 baths hardwood Terms. Walter Stvbbs, Inc. Ph. WIMBERLY ESTATES Newest
Phone 374-0430 Pool membership. $850 down. floors central heat air-cond. 376-5394. .
I 3 & 4 bedrooms built-in kitchen Address
Model Home Opening every Sun. $17.850. 372-0688. units electric range and drapes. Bldr. Prestige
from 1 P.M. i P.M. begin- Lot 110" x 120' with shade trees. BY OWNER NEAR WEST. Lloyd Myrick i equipment cen. heat VA no Built for Those Who Desire
ning August 16. 3331 N.W. 28 PL 3125 W. Univ. Av!. FR 6-4X27. WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR 2 bath. Offering more quality i i down payment. FHA from $700 Only the Best
Compare cost with all other 3 M Ig. LR, family room. built -- in far less money ; down- flo closing costs. N. W. 43rd I N.W.17t. I'L
bedroom. 2 bath, fully air cond. I Built by Four ef GainiSVitle'sLeading
:: Do You Have A Room, Apartment TIME.homes.""YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY LIKE RENT REDFRANKSREALESTATE TIONING assume mtg.& Call HEAT.3762927.BY $1000. and W Mtk T.... *ff N.W. 39th ,! Capitol Builders Inc. Bunders
NW. 37m Place & O' Street FRED MASONA.
3 br N.W. kit eq. C.B. Near OWNER 4 BR 2 bath, extra Avt. Open Sundays at 2:00 or : W. FLETCHERMACOMA
Or House to Rent? BEAUTIFULLY KEPT school & shopping ex terms. ..10N.W. Ig shady yard. Westmorland, 4018 by appt. 371-5449 er 2- 5U. I OPEN HOUSE DAILY HOMES
1305 NE 6th Terrace. 2 Bedroomand 9th Ave.
LOW DOWN PAYMENT in LIBBY N.W. 13th Ave. Available on Call 372-Ottl or J7t-7788. I RIDGWAY
.screened porch. Large corner HEIGHTS 3 BR I bath large short notice. FR 6-7793 for appt W. P.
lot. Immediate occupancy. NEAR SHOPPING Florida room dining room-kit- I
111500. FHA terms. See Dick 3 br, 2 bath modern kit. cent. ht chen combination. Central heat. PARADE OF HOMES MODELThe
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS Robinson. & air beautiful court yd. car port Immaculate, like new. Call 376- Tropicana by Hugh Edwards I
RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor like new. 0817 or 376-2927. Inc., has been widely acclaimed
11 W. Univ. Ave. 376-135 Gainesville's most beautiful homeIn
::. YOU MORE than the ud that will rentit YOUR THIS ACREAGE HORSE WILL ENJOY FOR A BETTER BUY we recom- its price range. You may now
A STEALBY mend you let us show you this own this marvelous home completely
2 br, country home apr 4 acres. large 3 BR 2 bath nearly new equipped with central I air
OWNERMUST vacant Archer rd.SUBURBAN. home which can be purchased below I conditioning dishwasher disposal OPEN. HOUSE
replacement cost. Entrance built-in oven and range and
M sacrifice 3 bedroom 2 foyer large LR, separate DR. patio gas bar-b-q grill tor only
living 3 br, 2 bath, family rm. apr :
bath large Fla. room. large panelled Fla. room with old brick $22,300. Ask to this luxurious
2500 ft dW l carport see
room, dining room. built-in sq living space. fireplace big family kitchen with
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU kitchen convenient to shopping i acres W of town a most built-in stove & oven. dishwasher. home at your convenience.
center and schools. Must see suitable & beautiful family home. Central heat & air conditioning HUGH EDWARDS. INC.
to appreciate the value. No qual- Big double garage. Nicely landscaped 376-7971 Continues This Week!
EVERY DAY until it is rented : Ifying. Low down payment. Ort INVESTMENT yard. IMMEDIATE OCCU-
Large student home; est Income
ginal price 21600. price now PANCY. Easy to Call
own. 3760817
apt for owner. 1 bl from U.F. 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In
LocatedIn or 3762927.
$500 down. t
Immediate occupancy & income. SHADOWLAWN
nice NW section at 1321 NW
21st Ave. Phone FR 2.2633. N.W. 13 St. Area
ll bedrooms 2 baths nice LR-DR
Large lot livable house. near D. OLIVER
$40 per mo . $1.33 per day business Investment & rental. comb., patio nice yard. Oak OFFERING .
PARRISHPRESENTS parquet floors. $450 Down. $84.57
per mo. Incl. taxes & ins. if you Individual Styles For You Don't for .. .
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day Mary Moeller qualify for FHA. or m ke an offer % Well planned living areas Forget to Register ;
on equity & assume large e Quality material & workmanship -
$55 . $1.83 day 4Vt per cent mortgage. Call 376- .
per mo. per 0817 376-2927. \
RealtorMultiple 0 A community you would. be $ :
ELEGANT to live In FREE $100
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day Lovely 3 bedroom.AND IMPRESSIVE.2 bath home Listing Claude Myrtle M."Red"Lassiter Franks Associate Realtor Drive proud West on N.W. 39th "

-. with wall to wall carpet and an 1019 W. University, FR 64471 W, E. "Bill" Harris Associate. Ave. past the Glen Spring In- .
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day old brick fireplace in Living I W. Moeller AssociatesE. Foster Kesler tersection. See sign on left. tI
room. Nice Florida room built-in Grant 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817 FR 2-0866.
$70 $2.33 day kitchen central heat and air conditioning Dick Durbin Sharon Member Multiple Listing Back '
per mo. per screen porch with a FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew to SchoolWARDROBE -
lovely fenced in back yard with
-- $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day pool and shuffle board court. the Palm best looking Springs homes model.we've One ever I .
built. Four bedrooms 2 full

$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day GOOD town and BUY must- sell owner 4 bedroom has left excellent baths beautiful kitchen brick arrangement.facade .
2 bath home. Living room fam-
ily room and screen porch. Cen- $16,900. No money down. VA I
$85 per mo . $2.83 per day tral heat and air conditioning. FHA only $800 down. Price In-
Priced to selL cludes fully sodded front lawn

$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day NEAR UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA gas ship.VILLAGE lamp swim club member Colonial Charm For Your Children i FromBELKLINDSEY

Lovely brick home on GREENBy
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day large wooded lot. Three bedrooms HUGH EDWARDS INC I .
2 baths large living room with 2909 N. E. 15th St. .

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day fireplace Florida room separate plus dining a detached room 376.7971ADVERTISE r1------c- .. ;

study.J. IN THE

J. FINLEY AREA Nice 3 SERVICE DIRECTORY Comes to Northwest Gainesvilleat Gainesville Shopping Center !q
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR bedroom home walking distanceto HM MMM M BHMMM B
J. J. Finley. Large living room. OFFERED BY BUILDER Nothing to buy-just register at Krrkpatrick Cr Pierson's

separate yard. dining room and fencedIn I 3 Bedroom 2V4 bath home. model home 1322 N.E. 31st Ave. any day this week from

:: SUN, RENTAL WANT ADS Show house at 3321 NW. 28th 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Drawing Sunday September 6. You must :
enloy life and your family in this Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom 2 I be 18 years of age to register. !
3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Large bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd

-1 living and brick room fireplace.wall to Separate wall carpet din- Court. T. D. Zetrouer, Phone 16th Ave. at N.W. 39th DriveA Second and Third Prizes: J

Ing room, Florida room, built-in FR 63848. .

: 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for :Sale patio kitchen.on plus a large a lovely beautiful screened wood limited number of brick front fully G. E. TRANSISTOR RADIOSDon't i'i
ed lot.
: 2 BR, CCB, interior fre&my: pawl air conditioned colonials are now under con- i
lot 60 120. immediate LAKE FRONTEST STEVEN FOSTER
ed. Shady x BEAUTIFUL Heavily woodedlot
struction. Prices start at $16,350. VA
possession. Total once S7- fronting approximately 148 ft. HEIGHTSLocated
950. down payment $200 and $45 on SW 15th Street with a depthof FHA, Conventional financing. For information
monthly. Located lust off NW 13th ATECDNTEMPORARY
about 195 ft. Restricted resi-
St. at 1217 NW 31st AVI!. See dential lot of around 2.3rds of an at N.W. 37th Place & 3767971. f
it and phone FR 67110.HIGHLANDS HOME with 4 acre close in and with plenty of 6th St. New brick homes under
bedrooms. V/t baths fireplace shade trees. Just $3,00000 cashor construction. Pick your own
I Fail To See The Milton
central heat air
conditioning and easy terms. colors etc. VA & FHA Terms.
,,,1005 NE 6th St. 3 BR, dint separate 12 x 45 foot screen porch over HUGH EDWARDS Inc. ;
.. living rm. & rFl)', looking the lake. CALL US NOW by ,
beautiful oak floors terrace. paved I TO SEE THIS LOVELY HOMEI
."" streets & sidewalks. In established M.M.PARRISH. Capitol Builders Inc. Builder-Developer 4-bedroom centrally airconditionedhome
.. neighborhood of bankers & HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom N.W. 37th Place 6th Street
Univ. professors. $18.000. Phone home with 2 sleeping porches lo- Call 371-031 or 376-7788 .

Harold Stringer. 29659. cated$16.000 at with 214$12.000 N.E. 5 DOWNI Avenue.I ONLY '' .............. ......._....._. for less than $95 per mo.
3034 N. E. 14th Or. 8 Mo. old 3 >=
Br. 2 bath Fla. room patio. LOVELY :3 bedroom IV* bath split & ASSOCIATES. INC.H. ,
built In oven and range. A I r level masonry home located in Wayne Hill Helen Graham I I II
cond.. cent. heat. Large comer the N.W. section lust inside the Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish COMPARE !
lot. Pool membership. $850 down City limits. ONLY $15.250 with 19 NE First Street Tel 3725375 '

NEW 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath. ,
carport end fcMltty, room. $9.000.\ BLACK ACRES ATTRACTIVE 3 2 EXECUTIVE ----- THESE HOME VALUES '
$250 down. $65.month. Phone FRS bedroom 2 bath masonry home HOMES Drive North on Main, turn right at N.E. 23rd Blvd. _

t, 2-3355 days.SALETrade. spacious porch. ONLY kitchenand$17.500 large with.screen$700. 4BEDROOM2BATHe I BEFORE YOU BUYThe I and continue to N.E. 12th St. Turn left and follow
: 4 bedroom 2 bath DOWNI The Regency 3 BR,
i house, near Sidney Latter: and Enclosed Family Room Swimming Pool 2-bath. entrance foyer i following are now under ; directional signs to model home at 1322 N.E. '31st. -:
High School on city bus line. Let us show you this charming 0 I : construction and will be ready 02
! $10,000. Can be zoned R.2. Phone contemporary 3 bedroom 2 bath Built-in Kitchen DR. LR. family room, flA"II for occupancy soon! Ave.
1 FR -S472. home with central heat and air a> Laundry RoomWalltoWall double carport central ;

THREE bedroom. 2 bath CCB. conditioning Florida room large and step screened. down In a. Dressing Room Carpet heat GE kitchen full i I _...........__..._.......IJ I
traverse rods. $750 down pay )
patio. brick on a large lot. 1736 a
Central Heat Air Cond.
: $83 off 39th per Ave.mo. 4006 N.W. 21st Drive Both Homes' located In beautl.I I N.W. 39th Ave. $19.000. 11I1lII11III11II IIIIDI1I1tDII1I11Iis 3310 N.W. 30th PI.

John Merrill ful high!, dry wooded area with 10% down, $122.00 per is Is 3 BR. 2 bath,. $400 dn. $87 D KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONBuilders
The.following ready for .
water and
paved streets city month. per month.
E Sun Want Ads Realtor occupancy. and Developers
sewer.FRED MASON 4120 & 4121
MULTIPLE LISTING 3330 N.W. 28th Ave.
PHONE FR 2-1494 BUILDERFR ER N.W. 19th Dr. Sales Office-N.E. 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr. Ph. 372-3471
Get Results ASSOCIATES The Powell 3 11/2 e 4 BR 2V4 baths. $1,990 dn, 3 BR. 2 bath, $500 dn., $81 = -
MARCELLA PARDIW. 2-8340 FR 2-3181 bath, oak floors, carport, $165 per mo. per month. I /
: H. BUCKHANNAN central heat full brick on
4119 & 4127
a nice wooded lot. 1514 uiwwilmmmilmnmlliimnlllulllunimlualmNorwood
N.W. 34th PI. $14,000, N.W. 19th Dr.
3 BR, 1 bath $500 dn. $74 5
SERVICESHome I $500 down, $86.49 per per month. '

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Built and offered by I Hope OPEN FOR YOU TO ENI I i


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Phone 372-2527 office a
: 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR
Appraisal Service Upholstery Phone. 372-6441 home I or Property 6-5301 or FR -778> -

FRED B. ARNOLD UPHOLSTER your furniture at __I.ru1IIBRRIlIIII IIIIIIIIIIII .. m --.;; The brick-front Riviera is the star- of our new models., !
REALTORREAL reasonable prices. Call Sally.
ESTATE APPRAISAL Experienced. .FR 6-9888. 4248 Terrazzo floors, shingled roof, custom-built kitchen, central :
SERVICE N. W 13th Ter.Remodeling
'- 1219 W UNIV AVE. PH 379-3529: More People Have Bought I natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, 'alf :

a Assoc. BulldozingSMALL I city services.

DO YOU NEED. Florida room extra I
Brek ra bulldozer, loader dump I
-- 274.1238Appliance truckS.. Phone fill dirt 3777846.lime rock. Topsoil I or maybe room more a complete room.new root home work. Hugh Edwards, Inc., Homes THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHO'USEMODELS

for a free estimate. & guaran-
teed work phone Carl C. AT $14,500.
LandscapingLANDSCAPE Waters. 372-8049. in Northcentral Florida Since


I Grass-Sod-Garden CREVASSE'S of all kinds.NURSERY MainNurserystock carpenter and CALL repair who FR lobs 6-4907 loves performed his trade.by 1945 Because They Recognize MODERNAIREMODELS$14,350THREE

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

: Repair & 'J MODELS ;
Mortgage Broker C. L HARRELL $13,000.

t : Air ConditioningI ContractorFor 2-3-4 BEDROOM HOMES
MORTGAGE MONEY all your roofing needs and repairs FHA and VA Walk to elementary I
I T/t per cent Interest. Terms to call us anytime.FR ; 3i .

I .: HANDYMAN SHOP BUY M years.- BUILD REFINANCECall 4-7745 and junior high .
First In air conditioning and Appliance IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY From $400 down I,
I repairs. We sell guaratv Don Sewing Machine Repair "
II I! teed washers refrigerators etc Byrd Ph. 3763875FHA Better I living andFrom .
: "R 6-0267. and conventional at lowest CALL-SEEING MACHINE SERVICE :
i current rates. Terms to 25 CO. .15 W. UniversityAve. $79 per month resale value.
l Auto Glass years. Will gladly discuss at no 37 -1075. We repair all
obligation. Call tomorrow.J. Makw Wortt fullY guaranteed NO MONEY DOWNV
4f "* W KIRKPATRICK. Realtor I Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street. turn
AUTO GLASS ls our only busl- :31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 .
Ii.'- -- tree ness. pickup Immediate& delivery.Installation Add; FRED B. ARNOLD Sewing-Alterations A Village green left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor.

beauty & value to car. REALTORFHA Dressmaking alteratIOnS. and re-

"I :- MAULDIN'S 33J N.W. 6th AUTO St. FR GLASS 4-2558.CO. AND CONVENTIONALLOANS Ave.pair. Opal. Holder, 2780 SE 19th LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards Inc. Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire

1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 (FR 2-B6M1 376-7971

I and conventional loans. Low
rates. Terms to 25 years. 1728 -_ -.1 I
; HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & W. TUBE Repair ipeciaU SI Priced from $13,90017,250 j
.I -. exchanged Repair kits tor Univ. Av* 3725393. per Inch plus $10 to Install most Id0 OO PRICED FROM $16,000 UP : .
Walker Jacks. Factory autnorli f. H. A. 8. Conv. Loans tubes. 1 Year warranty. /Special
j td walker Hydraulic jack FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. Reconditioned TVs from S9.95.
? Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE REALTORS THE VARIETY STORES Sodded Lawns e p 6-9048
SERVICE 8. SUPPLY 1314 S. __95! wUnlv. 376-123 S.E. 1st Ave. Daily 2-9545 Night
Main FR 2-1497 Swim Club ,F
M with 84 years
4 Technician's ex- .
( PlumbingSEWER perience on alt makes.ADVERTISE Air Cond. Optional .
Sun Want Ads

81 used fixtures. complete
Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
i Get ResultsI plumbing ,service Gainesville"BIG"PlumbIng JIMHUGUl.EY. SERVICE DIRECTORY

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Friday, September 4, 1964 Gainesville Sun _

35 Houses for Salt! 35 Houses for Sat 35 Houses for Sol!* 42 Forms & Acreage 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 54 Business Rentals -

.--- 64 Household Goods 66 MJsc .For Sale. "6 Misc. For Sal.

4 BR, 2 bath $tu y. etlrective LOOK AIR CONDITIONED! 6 room CCS home with 2 be'lii T.o bedroom available Sept. 16th. SANTA FE LAKE CCB cottages. Large warehouse for rent.
: 100 x 13? comer let at MM I BR. I baths central heat out 4-car garage swimming poof on $105 for 3 persons. one year lease. modern. 1 efficiency Ind' two Calls Fordyce 376-1236. ELECTRIC range Weslinghouse. I have a 21" Zenith TV for sate.Works REUPHOL5TEREO sofa and
: ME
FHA or pay more dn. 8. take power. AC led at 3616 NW :34th 3 bks. from school. S blks GR 5-5371 Melrese Phone 372-5734. $49. Parker' BarBQ 1214 NW bookcase chests bedroom su
'ever 4 per cent VA Mtg. at St. from church. 112,500. Phone 3 Acres adf new VJL Hospital. DAN BYRD 5th Ave. 372-9292. slant-front desks. chain lee
Builders Interested in Housing. 2 bedrooms. CB. fur. on machine
S6450 per mOo Shown by 47J. house 3768268.FOR KENMORE washing $25.
appt. ilS8, Newberry. .
only. Ph. 375-3707. Call 372-2372 or 376-810. condiminum or Hi-rlse Swan Lake. $65 Mo. Also Small Heavy duty floor polisher Si2. WE WANT TO buy late model used and ether items. Nearly
McKINNEYGREEN MARY MOELLER. REALTOR 1 Br.. house $45 Mo. Call FR 2- LEASE Phone 372-6474 can see at 1742 refrigerators. Exceptionally High Furniture Sbop 324 N.W.
MOVE IN TOMORROW FOR SALE OR RENT 2 bedroom 101! W. Univ. FR 6-4471 1352 or GR 5-5220 Melrose. Modern air cond. suite of N.W. 3rd PI.DISCOUNT. trade-Ins now given.WILSON'S Ave. Phone 376-4892.
: Unusual floor plan sets this three CCB. 1825 S.E. 50th St. Low down offices EXCHANGE
SANTA FE LAKE. (urn.5 two- Downtown location. near court LIKE new RCA fetal sound stet
Call 80 woodland to ml.
: bedroom. two bath home apart payment. 374-4444 or 372- acres N. of 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-6479.
BR houses modern, clean cou house and federal building. Ph. orthophonlc hl-fl, walnut consol
G'ville St. Rd. 121. 1 ml. S.
others. Lifetime on
from terrazzo DEATONREALTORS ple. GR 5-5373. 372-7943 or 6-6817. GE 22" 3-speed window fan SI
of.Worthington. Alachua Co. Ruth FOR SALE T.V. In excellent
I fIoor newly redecorated. Built
Ironing board, $2,50 bridge tab!
p Jrv. kitchen. $600. down Includes 1933.GLADYS __Cason Worthington. THREE bedroom 1 bath suburban FOR LEASE 10.000 sq n. store PRICESWe condition with new picture tube. & 4 chairs. $5. Cad 376-4054.
. closing. $101. per month Includes 740 ACRE ranch at $135 per acre. home at 4001 E. University Ave. building. W. Unlv Ave. Price $800 $45 includes Its own adjustable
: : taxas-and-insurance HIGHLANDSWe I Frank D. Howard. Real Year lease required. $125 per mo. per mOo Call Hershall Haynes table. Can 3724194. TV. antenna electric fry pan red
I Hugh Edwards Inc. Estate. L J. Morltt 2505 NW 6th FR 6-2641 or B. F. Much FR .undersell everybody. NEW ana used chain saws. lawnmowers wook bookcase lawnmower
recommend this Ideally located Grady Finance Co. Office P.O.
376-771 i I St. Phone -7551.SMALL. HENDRIX other items. Phone 372-
\ L SMITH home FR 2-4957. edgers. tampers light many
in this most desired and restricted -I__8x703. High Springs Fla.
: FOR ONLY $430 down and FHA neighborhood of the 290 ACRES. 10 miles southwest COUNTRY COTTAGE with 3 acres business or office space located FURNITURE CO. plants cable. Wisconsin Briggs 6272.
pr v'a have _I Immediate ,372-5393 Northeast 3 B.R. ] Bath-L.R. of 2 bedrooms. K. E. Beilling 466- in 1600 block West Univer. NW 5th Ave. at 10th St. & Stratton. new and used mo TURF master riding mower Brlgqs
possession and ownership of D. R. Fireplace Garage- [ Gainesville Vt mile highway 3150. sity Ave. For more Information tors. Rental Sales and service. & Stratton 4 cyL engine. $75. Ph.
the best value house for sale In dylwild Walking distance of new paved streets sidewalks Ex. frontage electrical & telephone I phone FR 6-3012. GE elee. stove for sale. $25. CIII Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE 372-9896.
., NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air grade school. Beautiful lot. 3 brm. cellent condition and priced most service available. Call 372-0745 after 5:30 P.M. 372-7038. 16th Ave Phone 376-3411.
2 bath contemporary home. New after 5:00 P.M. ; 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 1 h.p. electric motor practically
conditioning. Paneled
family room reasonably Can be FHA financed 56 Business Opportunities STUDIO couch (blue) S25; roll- ST. PAT'S size 8 & 10 shirts size Phone 376-0497
; Joining living-dining area for ex. FHA financing. Don't miss seeing this away. $10 1958 Coldspot refrig., 6 lumpers. PEDESTAL table I 4 new.

tra spaciousness. .Electric range Near FInley extra 3 nice home before you >buy. Call 43 Colored Property UNFURNISHED 3 BR home $110 SAUNDER'S OIL COMPANY RH binge. white. $125 (cost $340) fiberglass chairs. $30. 1526 N. E. REAL BARGAINS 1 Lane-Fox show
lovely brm.
hwasner. Back yard com FR 2-3617. per mOo Unfurnished 2 BR $40 .SERVICE STATION 11-1 or 7PJA. 2101 NE 7th 12th Ter.QUAILS saddle 3 briddles. 30 bundles
pletel'l--.closed by 7 ft. hedge. 2 bath Lovely location. New Quality Hugh Eawards built per mo Call 374-7444. St. .
Call 31U1C.tor appt. to'see at Good financing ready for oc STOP! LOOK! home. Three bedrooms 1 bath. AND ASSISTANT for sale Live or dressed.. Flintkote asbestos siding 8. cutter
2213 NE 7th Ter. cupancy. This As low as $43. per month with 3 BR. 2 bath. screened porch. SI25 Needed Immediately. Good salary 2-burner Kenmore electric hotplate Phone 4812674. 1 Rheem elec 30 gals water
newly listed property is worth S2.000 down or will arrange termsto per mo. Located at 2048 N.W. and comm. if you desire to own white enamel. new. $20 heater. Ph. 466-3111.
SAVE TraditIon 3 brm 3 bath home In your consideration before you buy. suit buyer. Located 64] NE 7th Lane. Call McKinney Greene, your own business. Why not learn 10-inch G.E. oscillating fan $4. T.V antennas. $3 single stack $7
I its Ideal double $13.00 kit.
location in stack complete
Finley area. A lot that has been the restricted the recommended to
Inc. FR ways successfully FR 2-1137 after 6 p.m.
that Rent In 2-3617.
INVEST a home. Near Uth Street.
I landscaped with loving care. See Northwest Is much desired. operate the business Jim Voyles. 419 NW Sth Ave. 67 Trading Posts

DOWNPAYMENT.Universityand schools LOW this one. Good price good Give us an opportunity to show Hugh Edwards 376-7'r71' Inc. 3 br, 1 bath family rm N.E. clean while you earn. For further details FAITHFUL Frigidaire with full I NEED a second TV? I have this
home on corner 3 lot with bedroom terms. you this choice 3 B.R. 2 bath Phone 8. spacious kit eq. $125.00 call Mr. DeLoach 376-5333 width freezer looking for new area's largest selection of used WILL trade good 14 foot fiberglass ,
f t' less than rent. Call payments for Fla. room home. Beautifully shaded HOMES FOR SALE 3 br, 2 bath modern kit sep dr evening 3760296.NEIGHBORHOOD home. Call FR 6-1907 after 1:30 TVs. Priced from $30. Win fInance boat for your car. even
appointment. us GLADYS SMITH lot Just a nice home for 2 & 3 bedrooms. SE 14th St. & rm. near shopping Highlands GROCERY P.M. KIRKLAND RADIO & trade or boot if warranted. FR
real living enjoyment Excel- 7th Ave. Small down payment. S13000 Ideally YEAR old Hotpoint stove. Call TV. Hawthorne Rd.. across from 2-8181
lent condition Drive by ill 2 br, 1 bath. Rural area. $70.00 located In Medical School vi
I monthly payments $57 to $65 Gainesville DriveIn."UNBELIEVABLE".
: BUILDING? Realtor N. w. 26th St. and call for ap Also homes built on your lot MARY MOELLER REALTOR cinity. Includes Store building. 2 FR 60786.GAS 70 Boats-Marino Equip.
Bedroom 2 Bath
central heated
pointment. FR 2-3617. 1019 W. University FR 6-4471
Associates: Anna HInson
r CHOJCE. On. acre lots beautifully with no down .payment. Ph. residence another residence for range. 30" Kenmore with
wooded. outside. City limits. terms Virginia 1228 Power W. University Caroline Ave. Noyes NORTH EAST: FR 2-4125. 7 ROOM 2 story 3 BR. baths. rental plus 6 or 7 trailer spaces. luxury features. like new. reducedto Brand$5995;new platform sofa-bed rockers.and $12.95 chair; 40 HP Mercury outboard motor

I available. Phone 372.5393WANTED Three B.R. Sleeping p.rcn'- lam interested in buying sever $140 per mo. Garage. 555 NE Grocery alone now grossing over $88. Phone 376-2636 scoop chairs. $19; all channel complete with steering wheel &
Living room Separate dining al lots at the right price. Call/ 7th Ave. GR 5-5032. $40.000 per year. Declining health stacked antennas $6; used refrigerators all controls; $200. Can be ceen

\ .. ALACHUA REALTY room 2 baths compleiy 372-4125 3 BR, 1 bath $150. 1937 NW 2nd dictates sale. $45,000 with terms. 66 Misc .For Site. $25; TV's. at :Shell Station in Hawthorne

Associates furnished Including kl'r+wj eq .:cm Ave. Phone 3763401. WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER FOR SALE 14- fiberglass boat:

635 N. E_ ht St. 376-2448 Someone to take advantage of this ..i. Lot 100 x 1W Immediate 43-1 COLORED RENTALS LARGE 1 story tour BR house REDFRANKSREALESTATE MONTGOMERY WARD upright Hawthorne Rd. 3723937 35 h. p. motor 8- trailer. $495.

Arle T. Smith. Realtor unusual offer. For $1,000 down occupancy Call FR with play room. Uv. rm... din. vacuum cleaner with attachments.New SMALL chest Type home freezer. Call 376-1955.

I Mabel! Gore. Associate you can move Into this Brand J3J7 NOW RENTING rm.. kitchen combination. 2tt $10995 will sell for $2495 excellent condition. $75. Phone 16' Cabin cruiser. plywood. good
New 3 BR, 2 bath luxury homeon bath. 4 mi. from town. Good 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 374-0871 condition. 50 h.p. Mercury excel.
) BR home on corner lot. lowdown COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex 37'-08171 Also two butterfly chairs $350 '
1 payment. $60 per mo. Located Vt heat,acre and lot in air NW.conditioning Has central Fred Guy ASSOCIATESJ. apartments. large living and yard for children. $125 mo. Call Member Multiple Listing 1 each and heavy duty 24" charcoal LONESOME T.V looking for a new lent condition.5. Tilt trailer. Ph.
Jayne Bi-tt!rwcrth 374-8507 after
at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call modern kitchen with FR 22648
I dining area grill on wheels $7. Can be seen viewer. Will leave home for $30.
Sidewalk to schools Beautiful Col. J. v.. Davis H. Wiltshire DISTRIBUTORS WANTED: A revolutionary -
Tommy Rldgell 372-4125. Elec. kitchen. For details call Multiple Listing fan large tile storage baths closets terraz.heat. 2 BR house for lease $125 per new liquid cleaner at II N.W. 27th Ter. phone 372 Ph. 3725047. (05 NE 11th Ave. 72 Office Equipment
I REAL NICE 2 BR or can be used zo space Non Toxic Non CausticNon I 7057.
mo. Located at 815 NW 20th St. REPOSSESSED ZIG ZAG
University Reatly er and hot water heater faclll
r as 3 BR house In excellent location. Voltile Non Flammable. Approved
38 Real Estate Wanted Contact owner at 905 NW 20th St. Excellent
condition 194 Model
machines. and
ties washing .
for 21" Zenith $50 24" Phllco $7$
Nice corner shaded lot. 115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351 by U. S. Air Force : PRICES SLASHEDOn
with Total paved streets. See at N.E. 26th THREE bedroom house fenced Both In excellent condition. 3924N. Stitch 0 Matic Zig Zag does
garage. price $11,500. W. M. Munroe. Realtor HOUSE presently being used for clean-
FHA financing available. Phone WANTED individual will Ter. or call for appointment 372 back yard, available Sept. 8th. ing military aircraft. First time I W. 14th St. See after 5 PM all the fancy stitches wi'hout attachments all types of office equipment.
owner 3727401. LOVELY HOME pay $300 cash to owner or bund 5321 or 372-5322. 2125 NW 7th Ter. Phone 372-8932 offered for sale to industrial and I or all day Sat. Phone FR 22150. buttonholes sews on Less than wholesale. New, used
Fla. 2 bath. er for or down buttons etc. Reliable
Four BR room. cen. equity payment. monograms and rebuilt electric and manual
commercial markets be
OCALA block. 3 BR, 2 bath. Irg. heat air cond. living room electric and will pay transfer costs. Must 45 Furnished Apts. THREE bedroom. 2 bath house used for cleaning all- can metals I .aBTU air conditioner, $60. party to assume only 6 adding machines; typewriters
, open-beam ceiling. paneled din- stove newly decorated inside be clean... 3 BR, iw or two bath with Fla. room built in range natural fiber. 9-pc bedroom $125; fe foambed payments of $810 :all Credit cash registers; calculators; 100
, .. log 8. family room with fireplace and out. Low down payment takeover house In Northwest area. Pay 2 BR-LR kitchen water furnished.SSO N.W. Section. $120 per mo. Phone synthetics or $40, dryer $50. small liquor Manager 3727680. United Sewing check writers of all makes like
t Irg. fenced-ln back yard payments. 1018 NE 28 Ave. ments not over $120 per month month. 1635 East Univ. A &-11n. Waldo. hot or cold detreasing or de- bar $25; dishwasher $50; 20 cu. Center new. $20 and up Terms cao be
built-in kitchen. 3723130 or 468I FR 6-0721. total. Call Bambi Motel for Wy- per waxing-and If used as directed ft. upright freezer. $ISO; utility arranged. Will take trade-Ins. .University .
1683- lie Merritt. _Ave. (Rear) Call FR 2-0989.) 2 BR. kitchen turn. $82.50 per mo for general light or heavy USED vacuum cleaners $15 &
I table. $7; electric rotisserie) $20; Office Equipment at F
I NEWLarge ROOMMATE S.W. 24 NE 20th St. Back yard fenced. cleaning-Potential Unl I m I ted. uP. some I lke new. Call 7110 orsee
.HIGHLAND COURT. 4 BR. 2 baths LISTINGS WANTED wanted male 15 Contact Ward at 372-3289 or 2- Inquire: All-In-One Chemic a I 9x12 Nylon rug. $30; TV console, at 712 N. Main. 8B CHECK PROTECTOR COM.
11 Fla. rnru wall to wall carpet living 2-story home In new restricted Have buyers waiting for 3rd Ave. $37.50 per mo. includes 6885. Corp. 1930 N. E. 151 Street. $35 child's desk. $10; 12x15 Nylon PANY. 2727 N.W. 6th St. FR 2-
room. air condition. Phone residential area. Has 4 bed- and small acreage. utilities and phone. For Info call North Miami Florida 33162. or rug, new with pad $125. REPOSSESSEDStyle 0963 or FR 22105.GUARANTEED _
I 3725347 or 3722080. 2 baths upstairs living. THREE bedroom house with stove 376-8727.
rooms. ; CALL 'phone7407.. Mate Singer Like
furnished. Avail-
BY OWNER concrete block 3 bed- dining. &kitchen. family down-room. Angle Real Estate 66481.EAST SIDE and able refrigerator last of Sept. 1311 N.E.. 14th FOR LEASE Sunoco service station. ALUMINUM awnings 10 x 30 new nothing to buy to Zlg Zag used electric type
rooms. 2 baths. large. convenient. study. > powder room 462- applique monogrAm. fancy stitch- writers. Sales. rental & repairsof
Ter. $115 mo. on lease. Wese- 13th: St.. SW. Gamesvll'e.: CojJ $125. Edgar L. Wight Jr.
Immediate a n c
stairs. occup y. es. button holes dams mends. .
See at U17 NW 10th Ter. I C. L. Angle. Broker 1194. all office machines.
W. P. Ridge- GARDENAPARTMENTS man Realty FR 6-2472. galloned potential. Small investment -
Phone FR 28965. O. J. Angle. Associate etc. Assume payments of $7.50 CENTRAL BUSINESS MACHiNE
I $400 down. take over VA at $75 way. 4404 NW 13th St. 376-677 SPACIOUS 3 BR 2 baths built-in good return. No exper- SINGER AUTOMATICTwin per mo. Small balance. Mikell'sSewing INC. .
per mo. :3 BR. 1 bath. cen. heat oven. washer & dryer wall 10 enced required. $100 per week Machine Service. 815 W. 901 NW 4th St Ph. 3725790
screened porch patio. 1742 NE NICEThree wall carpeting air condo & rent. paid training program. If you are needle zlg zag in beautifulnew Univ FR 8-1355.
. 17th Dr. FR 2774. 39 Out of Town Property $57 per month upGainesville's aggressive. ambitious and want mahogany desk. Sacrifice.
.- bedroom. 1 bath home with heat. Located on beautiful wooded 73 Musical MerchandiseMUST
t Original price over $300 balance 30" range T V, antenna bed
Finest lot. $175 See at 2609 Independence call Mr. Ed Fox.
oak floors throughout. good con- of $894
.t BY BUILDER close to Littlewood school. 77 FEET frontage by 165 feet deep NW 11th Ave or phone 37".6638. Ormond Beach. 677-4171 after 6 $152 or payments per chest headboard desk lamp,
Furnished unfurnished month. Machine does all fancy chairs. cameras. 2 typewrit e r sell almost new Wurlitzer
or s.
3 BR 2 bath central heat & air $400 down $3? monthly includ- at 4304 Nebraska Ave, Tampa. P.M. or write Sun Oil Company and double needle designs.
Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart single violin. lamps blender 4 other piano. Retail price $795 Will
conditioning. May be seen by ap value. $25000; owner will trade I 49 Rooms For Rent p. O. Box 148. Jacksonville 1,
I taxes & Insurance. Phone FR
pointment. 3300 NW 28th Ave. ing for equally valued property in ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- button holes zlg zag stlching items. Ph. 3725550.CHRISTMAS. sacrafice for $500 can finance.
2-8945 W. P. Ridgeway. 9608. Fla or phone etc. Miketl Sewing Machine .
Phone 374-2258 Gainesville area. Contact T. E. & Phone Starke 964-4651.
3 BR, CCB with carpet. Furnishedor Leona Bronson P. O. Box ROOM and board for retired gentlemen Service, 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR NEAR! -
LOW DOWN PAYMENT. terms unfurnished Can see at 4005 Gainesville Fla. 642. WANTED roommate grad student 144 Main Street. Willis. 61 Wanted to Buy 8-1355. Start getting your gifts now. We BOUFFET B flat clarinet. lust
avail. 3 BR. IV* baths CCB. N.W. 13th PI. Phone 3767384. 5758 or phone 372- male share apt. with 2 others ton. Florida. I have Xmas trees nativity scenes over-hauled in new case. )i75.
I avail. Sept. 10. close to campus. Rudd Melikian vending machine.
ceramic .
$86 per mo. Including taxes & RENT 2 bedroom. and giftsELLA'S Also R Malearne B flat claynet!:
FOR RIVERFRONT HOME 376-8334 between 6-7 P.M. ROOMS for rent $8 per week CASH for your used appliances will vend up to ten different CERAMICS
Ins. Close to schools churches. $50 4443237. $icanopy -
Will show
$40 unfurnished. Sept. needs work
etc. Dead end street. 1408 NE 5 86.. 1924 NW 34th Ave. 2 Ptd-oorr. 2 bath large screen FURNISHED 1 BR apartment at 502 N. Main St. furniture clothing. etc. Call Wil. Items at ten prices. is regriger. 2145 E. Univ. FR 6-5568 .
14th Ter. or 3723855. i iDON'T Porch; 2 car garage shop boot. 2126 N.W. 7th St. Phone 372-8932. hams Service Center. Hawthorne ated, like-new condition. Call j
I house for 25 foot boat. 200 foot ROOMS for men plenty of hot water Rd. 372-3937. FR 1107? after 6:00 p.m. Will FOR SALE Jacobson reel type UPRIGHT piano will sell to -first
BY OWNER. cen heat & air cond. MISS THIS riverfront $15000. Tom K n 0 tts. EFFICIENCY apt. $48 per mo., off street parking. P h o ne WANTED deliver. lawn mower like new $70. For with $50. Needs tuning
2'/' bath. 3 BR. family living. TRULY LOVELY HOMEAt 5415 R'verside! Or Y..nIeet.wn. lights and water furnished. Ideal 3766036.IN COINS information call 376-8528. person
and foreign silver SET of 15 Vol. Americana Encyclo- Call FR 62906.
dining rm. large kitchen. built- for working girl or student. Phone AU U.S.
in appliances. Large garage Malory Gardens 3Vi ml Southof FR 65124.CLEAN private home nice clean room dollars proof sets and 1955 pedias. Set of 14 Standard's Lec- ETHAN ALLEN early Amer. furn. WILL transfer to responsible Party
441. BR, 2 baths .
Campus on 3 40 Business Properties for reliable gentleman. No drink- tures. First reasonable offer. Mrs. size bookcase head board.
3468 N. W. 12thAve.. Phone FR half dollars. king choice of four spinet or console/
den for 'round bedroom
Dad year com 1 apartment
ing. Phone FR 65047. Parker 193 Hammock St. Willis- $50; dining table $40. 2 CItaln's ot Wur
2451SFORDYCE. REBEL STAMP t COIN SHOP pianos. Pick up payments
fort. Priced right. Drive by, across from Campus, couples 00-
electronic flash
phone FR 2-4625 or FR 21336. RESTAURANT 7 room house and ly. Call 372-2830 for details. FOR one or two people. 2 rooms 809 W. University Ave. ton. chairs $25; litter Spinet Piano trade back
WOODROW SEAYThe 36 acres with 1055 ft. frontage private bath and private entrance. BROWN tweed sofa bed used 2 gun $30. Phone 376-2270. save $220. Wurlltzer Organ *ith
north of Waldo Rd. on 301. very EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 Call 372-1646 or see at 1106 N.E. Tools sound & motion. pick up -pay.
: Master Builder 62 Machinery & months. $35. See after 6 30 pm MOVIE outfit complete. S mm Keystone te.fit.
reasonable. Phone 448-1673. month. Phone 466-3448. 9th Ave. ments. we have a piano
at Chi Ave., Lot 7, Archer Rd. electric eye zoom lens PIANOCO...
BY OWNER 2 BR, 1 bath. CCB 48,000 square feet business or manufacturing DOWNSTAIRS furnished apt., 2 WITH refrigerator room for a TABLE saw lomter power hand Village. camera: projector; screen; viewer any decor.Unlv EARL'S Ave. 376- 031. -
house 100 x 100 lot, reasonabledown Ict. Highway and rail large BR, bath, Ig. living rm., quiet graduate student or business !- saw and other portable power 1960 WESTINGHOUSE Refrigerator ; tiller: etc. FR 6-9652. 702 W.
REALTOR payment $42.50 per mo. $40 road frontage. J. W. Kirkpatrick separate dining rm., & kitchen. man. In private home with tools. Phone FR 69652. with freezer compartment. In good
NW 55th St. 372-1772. Agency. 31 N. Main FR 28404 Water furn. $75 mo. May be seen separate entrance. Ph. 376-7673 condition. $75 cash. Call FR 6- BEDS Value Rated
at 559 NE 6th St. after 5 P.M. ONE-ROW corn picker. $495. Good 8887 to .
AIR LOW down payment low monthly FIRST mortgage for sate discount. Call 3728890. FURNISHED rooms. brick house. condition. Haufler Bros., Inc., Rt, see.CITIZEN 30 single Iron beds. good condition,
conditioning. wooded lot 4' bed- payments. N. W. section near If sold within 10 days. For further 2',i blocks from Campus. 928 3. Box 217. Gainesville. 376-3336. BAND RADIOSNew yr. old $5. Must be sold at oncel Used Cars
room. 3 bath. split level 2200 information
sq. call 3728113
372-7676 3729538 after
schools. or FR 2-0947)
46 Unfurnished 1st Ave and Used $60
ft. living area, recreation area in 6 PM lonqar Apts.
garage. Very large living room 64 Household Goods Complete line of photo suppliesFULLER'S OLD 97 Bergamot Hair Dressing B&G MOTOR CO.

.exclusive NW neighborhood. Call BY OWNER. Property appraisedat 41 Residential Income ONE 3 Rm. and bath apartment. 50 Mobile Hornet FOTO INC. wholesale to agents. Also Raw-
619 Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713
-Fordyce 374-1234. $26000 owner will sacrifice One 4 Rm. apt. and bath. Both W. leigh Products retaiL T. E. Bron- Cadillac Oldsmobile2C01
SOFA slip covers
for $22,500. Large lots. 2100 sq. 4 Bedroom. 2 bath with hot water. 107 SE 4th Ave 2 BR trailer 10 wide on private plus new ; TRADE your costly to operate son P. O. Box 642 Gainesville NW 13th St.
STONE ft., all large rooms 3 bedrooms home. Also ad- For information call J. T. Howie 376-1502 376-S856 $95. FR 63449.THREEQUARTER ELECTRIC water heater and Fla. 372-5951.
and glass front steel I concrete 2 baths living room with panel- lolnlng rental property. 200 ft. FR 21090.LARGE lot Call or $48 for a new glasslined GAS .
L construction. 4 BR, 2V4 bath home ing & fireplace family room frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd bed with box water heater. Much more hot DRESSER. $15; 1 electric refrigerator
I in Skyline ,Hgts 2400 sq. ft. separate dining room completely Ave. Will sell together or sepa 2 BR garage apt, 51 Misc. Rentals springs and mattress. $25 Phone water at about half the cost with $35; 1 electric refrigerator '62 BUICK LeSabre 4 door
I many built In features and cent. equipped ultra-modern kitchen 47S2.rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR J- space heater and water furnished 372-9720 OUR LP GAS. PROPANE $30. Phone F R 25635. sedan. automatic transmission

a A-C. Low down payment. Call- bookcases & many other T.V. antenna. Can see aft- LARGE house trailer for rent on FOR SALE 30" gas range In ex ARCHER ROAD. FR 65110. TAKE soil away the Blue Lustre steering. power brakes.
: Fordyce 376-1136.. features. Can be seen at 4040 er S P.M. at 414 SE 6th St. large private lot. Ideal for couple. cellent condition. 4 burners. oven way from carpets and upholstery.Rent power radio. heater, air conditioned.
I I Newberry Blvd. FR 28931. 42 Farms fir AcreageACRE FOR RENT upstairs apartment Call for more Information 372- broiler 8. storage space. $40 or PRICES SLASHEDOn electric shampooer $1. Me- low miles. ,12395
: WOODED best offer 376-8775. Gainesville '
157a Furn. Co..
acre lot. 3 BR home sliding' FOUR BR, 2 bath. CBS FHA fi kitchen dining room 2 Ig. bedrooms all types ef office equipment.Less Daniell
living nancing. $9127 per mo. Only 1450 lots on paved road 2 miles Ig. back porch. Unfurn. LARGE shady lot across street T-A-G APPLIANCESTested than wholesale. New used Shopping Center. MELTON MOTORS
glass doors paneled room
No taxes down to qualified buyer. Seller from city limits. Only $2200 Call $35 per mo. Call 472-2136 or from school close to shoppingand and Guaranteed and rebuilt electric and manual GENERAL ELECTRIC 10 cu. ft. refrigerator -! FR 6-7571
and dining$15 room.,000 with good city terms. pay closing cost. Call 372-0481 for John Merrill Realtor. FR 1494.. write W. N. Barry. Newbe r r Y. chuth in Waldo. $15 per mo. 42 Refrigerators from $39 up adding machines; typewriters; 6 yrs. old. $50 or reasonable 703 N. MAIN ST.
I Call only Fordyce 376-1234. appt. to see 1806 N.W. 38th Ter. COUNTRY ESTATE Fla, 465-1595. Waldo 9 Ranges from $39 up cash registers, calculators; 100 offer. Phone 372.5108.
2 YEAR 45 acre tract 4 br. 3 bath ranch 17 Washers from Si? up check; writers of all makes; like -
: : ACREAGE OLD.REPOSSESSION style home. Private 20 acre stocked 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 51-A Wanted To RentI 8 Dryers from $49 up new $20 and up. Terms can be
180 acres, 20 miles from jewn lake & 5 acre park like 2 FOOd-Freezers. from $V9 up arranged.
60 acres In permanent pasture. 4' BR. 2 bath,' central heat. 'bullf lawn. 20 minutes from town. TWO bedroom furnished CCB am an Adventist & would like '2 Dishwashers from $49 up- Office Equipment at F I

two wells. fenced & cross fenced In oven. range & dishwasher. MARY MOELLER, REALTOR house. nice ,furniture. 320, I.E. room <. board In an Adventist 10 TV Sets ,from $35 up & E CHECK PROTECTOR COMPANY TIME SALES
Vi mile road frontage. all set forcattle 2005.. NW 37th Blvd. Call First 101 W. Univ. FR 6-4471 71st St. Phone FR 2-4535. home. Phone 3724113 for Mr. Lon- JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. 2727 N.W. 6th St. FR 2- 1007 .K.. Main St.
farm 165 Acre. Call Federal 376-7551. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph.. 372-5303 0963 or FR 2.2105.DOWLING'S FR 2-1411-
per. CHIEFLAND CAMPVILLE nicely furnished 1 bed- gar. 2.6313
40 23ij Phone FR
tt -Fordyce 376-1236. REDUCED PRICE on this lovely Pangola grass V ml. room CCB house students or cou- FOR SALE 5 hot water tanks 30 UPHOLSTERY I
3 bedroom home In select neighborhood frontage. older hiway pie. no pets. $45 Phone 481-2178. 54 Business Rentals gal. with gas heater attached also Chairs. low as S3. No money Courtesy Of Northcentrol FIOrid&ILargest I
Must be seen to be buildings. $8800 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete down, low as $5 per month. Chevrolet '
if FORDYCE appreciated. Drive by 4055 NW cash or terms. Call/, write or THREE bedroom. 2 bath house on LARGE Shop building. Long term with gauges 2 crane shal- Free estimates. pickup and delivery University
U I 12th Ave. or phone FR 2-0089. see S. E. SAPP. REALTOR, Silver Lake near Keystone. lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th low well pumps. Inquire Lewis service. All work guaranteed N. Main St. at 16th Ave. Independent DealerBARKLEY
1 & ASSOCIATES. INC. FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 74 gal Newberry. 376-2615. Ave. FR 6-5568. Jewelry Co. Phone 376-7784.
Multiple Listing Realtor fuel tank. 100 shrubs. brick

Grace Fordyce. Broker patio. fenced yard, near elementary -
AssociatesHarvey and junior high schools
I Benton Dudley Goulden screened porch. 3 BR 1 bath
O. C, G av- Dick Banks $500 down if ,you qualify FHA.
I :Franees"' Hough"- Sarah. Goutden See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave.

.926 W. Univ. 376-1236 2 BR house for sale cheap. By MOTORS LABOR DAY SALE"WE
View Estates. 3
owner. 3141 NW 12th Ter. .Ph.
BR. 2 bath. less than 1 yr. old. 3725451.
FHA & VA approved. Shaded l lot.
-Immediate neighbors. Phone SALE BY OWNER TO SETTLE
376-0734. ESTATE 2 BR CCB house,
good Northwest location. HW
STOP LOOKING floors kit. washing
I. Immediate. occupancy. 3 BR 2 machine air conditioner. FHA
bath central heat. lovely yard. approved $10500. monthly pay MUST MOVE ( \ CLOSED
\ $600 total equity. assume balanceat ments $4235 Call 374-4443. Sun
A lot less .
only $85 month. days and after 5 call 376-5823.
than rent. 4215 NW 21st Ter Eve .

!. 13 nings BR. 1 372 bath..5651.CCB house walking- TOP EXECUTIVE & 25 CARS BY 5 PM : ,' SUNDAY-MONDAY

I distance to LittlewOOd & West PROFESSIONAL CLASS 1 -
wood schools well landscaped THE UNIQUE CUSTOM

:t .Avail. Phone end of 376-1374 Sept.. 610 NW 35tTer. BUILT HOME OFGAINESVILLE SATURDAY." :L ) HURRY !

Jamaica-style pace setter

living room .
Forty foot Florida .
New Homes Paneled library with fireplace DISCOUNTS SAVINGS

4- ,
Luxurious master suite with '-f
: in walk.ln closets : (
: room; bullt.ln vanity wall UP TO t I i"S 1; ; UP TO

and shoe closetS
:' WESTVILLANW Fabulous kItchen. breakfast.

utility room and workshoparea .

,, 16th Ave. Twenty.six foot closet wall $50000 % $50000BillY

Guest suite with sunken tub #

I Two landscaped patios 1 ,

at 37th St. acre neighborhood lot In most select BARKLEY BOB ROWE

Scads of sky light so houseis

csheerful even in gloomy WAS is WAS is WAS IS WAS IS

WALTER STUBBSInc. This weatherS house Is Ideal for. '65 MUSTANG $ '53 PLYMOUTH '62 FORD '61 MERCURY $1795 1695

lavish or casual entertaining Convertible. R&H. PS. $3795 i3Y Sport Fury..2 door hard $2795 2595 Galaxie "500" convertible. $2295 52095 Station wagon air

Never have you seen so PB. AT. V8 A/C. top. 383 engine AT. R&H air conditioned. conditioned.

much cabinet and drawer '64 TRIUMPH '63 CHEVROLET '62 BUICK '61 SUNBEAM

Three-car space under garage one roof.Total TR-4. wire wheels. 2995 2695 Impala. 2 door hardtop. 2595 2395 4 door hardtop air 2695 2495 Alpine hardtop radio 1495 1295

Phone 376.5394 square footage 6.000 under heater. AT. R&H PS PB. conditioned. heater. overdrive.

trade houses" I I Happy roof to show by appointmentonly. 'Super 64 HILLMAN Minx. AT, RfcH. 1995 1645 Impala'63 CHEVROLET 4 door hardtop, 2695 2495 'Falrlane 62 FORD"500" 4 door 1695 1495 '61 VOLKS 1195 1 1095

"We white walls. PS. P8, RfcH. V-8 Sedan radio, heater.

I 372-1987 Consul'64 English 2 door. Ford 1745 1495 'F85 63 Jetfire.OLDS 2 door harcS2895 2695 Super' PORSCHE"75" coupe r dio. 3195 2995 '61 COMET 1195 995

RfcH. top loaded. heater tinted windshie'd'! 4 door sedan.

E GoincsYillo's newest and most 'TRIUMPH '63 FORD 'TRIUMPH '60 VAUXHALL 495

__.. luxurious apartment building. .. TR-4. Roadster 2695 2395 4 door station wagon. 2595 2395 TR-4 radio j heater wire 1995 1795 595
RfcH. RfcH. AT. A/C wheels. 4 door sedan.

LAKESHORE '63 OLDS '63 FORD '62 RAMBLER '60 FIAT 1295 1145
2395 1595 1445
3295 3095 2595
5uper"8S'ioeded. Galaxie "500* 4 door Station wagon.
TOWERS air conditioned. Spyder.
hardtop, loaded. A/C.



HOOD 4 door sedan "One of the all time great transportation Bargains'. .
awt load and Track magazine reports on Ms test of the brillIant. aristocratic

LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: 600O 2 door sedan more horse ower. In the new 600O most popular ., all 4-doo. wagon- Iowestpriced station wogon on the market. new Fiat 11COO. It'l the new version of the peart of the Imports new lines.
Priced at only $1 795 including! all-vinyl interior heater with greater torque Increases drtvlng ease. fun light
: Recreotiow Room models made by famous Flat and stm lowest in price superb operating econ- white New greater engine
"Swimming Pool omy. Unibody construction. Full warranty and easy payments. Nowhere else wan tires, 4-speed transmission undet hood light, up to 35 miles windows. redmmfl Mis. padded dash. many luxury touches. 4 door unlbody
Acret of Picnic Grounds Central Heat does every' dollar buy yow so much" ear. Try out a 6000. see for yourself. per gallon. Ready for immediate delivery. construction, rock bottom price. Easy terms. Get a demonstration iww.Northcentrol .

.- -Central -Air Cond. Lawadry Facilities

: Storage Locker Gejrb. Drop Chut .

__- Paved Parking Areas ,UgMed Sidewalks

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[Gainesville Sun Friday September 4, 1964

85 Automobiles for Sal 85 Automobiles for Sal. t.
1963 MERCURY Colony Park 1956 FORD Fairlane 4 door one
wagon, full power factory air owne.. Excellent! condition; for Northcentral Florida'sNo. '
ORE AUTOMOBILES new tires nooo miles. immaculate ag'_ Call 377-8703 atter ':30 P.M.
condition. $2850. 1956 CHEVROLET -
V-*. auto. Trans. mechanically 53 CHEVROLET $U
I B & G--
55 S 5 ;
Phone 372-9894.excellent. Best offer. 54 56 FORDEpanel CHEVROLET S125 SI75 1 Independent DealerIs _

: ONPRECEEDING 61 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille white 44 FORD pickup truck $ 50
all power and air. Low mileage. AI Herndon Serv. Station
Perfect Condition. new tires. Orig- 916 SE 4th St. Smashing All .
owner. $2995. Call FR 2-

'55 4678.CHEVROLET S9t.. 'Rough but 87 Automobiles Wonter Used Car
PAGE' Records In
dependable. R & H. Can 376- MOTOR COOLDSCADILLAC
WANTED 150-54 Fords -
t [ 552 Sat.after& Sun.5 weekdays, anytime CARS&'Chevrolet*. AI Herndon servo .
t' : ice Station. 916 SE 4th St.F .
64 BELAIR $325 down, will consider -
older car. Call FR 2-8056
>::73- Musical Merchandise 85 Automobiles for SaleDODGE 85 Automobiles for Sale after 5:30.

PRACTICE I PIANOS Royal 1956, autom. trans. .'62 VOLKSWAGEN. red with white 1954 .Chevrolet heater perfect sttdrd mec.h transmission "iCalCOIK"ition. F, 1964 I SALESOUTSelling
Upright pianos. $95 and up new seat covers 4 new tires and Interior radio heater & trailer Four new tires, excellent -. --
H. D. Boyd -
hitch 51195. Contact
Used spinet pianos$495 and up muffler good gas mileage. $375. ; transportation. $195. Phone
Used organs $795 and up. Call 3723692. P. O. Box 271 Micanopy. F3 61018. '63 CADILLACSedan 'SO CHEVROLET-,

GRIDLEY MUSIC COMPANY '60 SUNBEAM Alpine. excellent I'55 CHRYSLER New Yorker good de Ville. air conditioned, Station wagon 6-cyl nder. ::-
Gainesville Shopping Center cond.. one owner many extras. condition, fully equipped. $295. FORD low
mileage. 100%
FR 253S1.J Priced right. Call FR 67824. FR 61481. [ BARKLEY warranty. $1095 t.

SPINET Pianos (hew) beginning at :
i,- r $495. Rebuilt small Grand Piano CADILLAC 1955 red convertible. $4595
II JAM. Also another truck load of fully powered with new top. $200. MOTORS"IN r'60.
those fine factory rebuilt pianos See at Tenneco Stat. corner of CLEARANCE "
arrived today. S. Main & 4th Ave. CHEVROLET
fully guaranteed THE AUTO GAME-
We Invite you to visit us for.all '60 BONNEVILLE. loaded excellent BARKLEY'S THE NAME" '62 CADILLACSedan Station wagon, V-8 overdrive. e
r your musical needs. condition. $1650.
LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE 2201 N. Mom St. de Ville air conditioned.
112 SE 1st Street Phone 3768687. FR 2-4373 SALE sold and serviced by B & G. $ll95 r
57 CHEVROLET Belair convertible OUT
CLARINET for sale aGed condition Pricing T
3 yrs. old. $60. all power good condition. LearIng $3595
PHONE 3761349.FREE 2731.town, must selL Phone 376- '61 CHEVROLET

Clarinet wood. cost $180. TROPICALPONTIAC Impala hardtop sedan air conditioned -
Just buy $50 worth of Pop music. 55 CHEVROLET. standard transmission power steering.
Call 372-0813. 6 cylinder. Perfect condi- SHAW 51 1 CADILLACSedan w
tion. Call 3726638. 1815 NW 7th de Ville air conditioned.
FULL book size cheap.violin with beginners PL OUT- TradingCOMPETITION $1595 -

Phone FR 65973. 1963 DODGE DART air cond., 4-dr. '64 VOLKSWAGEN 302 N.W. 8th Ave. $2795 ..
PIANOS & ORGANS radio & heater manual shift. Deluxe. Microbus sunroof with FR 2-2583 & -
NEW & USED ww undercoating perfect. $1650 top' windows radio heater and '60 CHEVROLET .,
Back to school special sale on pI- (& warranty.) FR 25170. other accessories. Only 3.000 Impala hardtop sedan V... s.
anos. Exclusive dealer for See- 1962 CHEVROLET, radio, heater miles like new. 50 BHP. 60 CADILLAC power steering, white.
burg KEETER Sedan air conditioned, .
GAINESVILLE organs. MUSIC CENTER 'wws, power steering, new paint. $2695 :POOLEGABLEMOTORS pricedto
$1395 372-5097 before 6 P.M. & sell. a
372-5421 1025 W. UniV- Ave. 376-0050 after 6 P.M. '63 PONTIACTempest I $1295 :
VIOLIN full size good condition,
S45. Phone 372-3117. 1959 Chevrolet Impala ConY. All LeMans air condi- 238 W. University $2195
power big engine. Five new tioned white with red top. 4 DODGE-DART
tires new battery. $895. 421 NW speed transmission. TRUCKS IMMEDIATE DELIVERY '58 CHEVROLET I
3rd Ave. Phone 21820.
Automotive Phone FR 6-5371
$1895 Sedan. V-8. runs OK.
I 119 SE 1st Ave. 372-434 59 CADILLAC
1959 Karmann-Ghia. Hard top. ex- :
cellent condition. H. H. Everett. '63 VOLKSWAGEN Sedan air conditioned white : r-
83 Motorcycles & Scooters Hydrocarbons Plant Phone 485- and light blue. $295
2851. Srooker, Fla. Ruby red. clean. '62 TEMPEST4dr.
1963 YAMAHA Y-D 3 250cc motor. $1495
cycle. Four speed 75 MPG & 61 VOLKSWAGEN, radio. Beautiful $1595
75 MPH. Crash bars and other blue. $1050. 2626 W. Univ. Ave. '62 VOLKSWAGENPearl sedan clean as a 1295 '61 FALCON
extras. Excellent mechanic a I SALE pin. white finish with ma- f
condition. CaU FR 2.3721 after 5 1964 CORVAIR Spider convertible. 'white radio. WSW. extra roon Interior. Equipped Station wagon 6 cylinder radio x
Daytona blue radio, heater 4 nice. & heater.
P.M. speed transmission, wire wheel with heater & white walls. 57 CADILLAC
1964. ALLSTATE scooter 5 mos. covers bucket seats, 4,000 miles. $1295 Fleetwood, a I r conditioned, :
old. Must sacrifice. $369 new. Now Take over payments. Phone 376- choice of two. $1095
1225. Call 3726407. 4339 or 3729776. '61 ,VOLKSWAGENBeryl
'63 DUCATI Bronco. excellent con- green. radio. COMETSMERCURYSUSED '62 FALCON
dition. 1211 N. W. 10th Ave. or Holiday power "
steering & brakes auto. trans., $995 '61 FORD
phone 376S77. radio & heater. $225. Phony 376- Deluxe 2-dr. sedan one of 1295
2270. the sharpest cars In town. Sedan V-8 automatic trans
84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR '60 VOLKSWAGENMango Spring turquoise with mission. *
1961 Corvair Monza 900. Four- green. clean. CARS matching Interior whitewalls 56 CADILLAC
CONDITIONING. Tune up door automatic transmiss Ion. radio & heater. Coupe de Ville. air conditioned.
Special. $3.50 for performancetest. Call FR 69748. $1095 $1295
; :
All makes and models.of '
59 BELAIR Chevrolet sedan. auto. '
Chrysler built cars. Hawes- trans. blue 6 cyl.. $795. 429 NW 59 VOLKSWAGEN CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY FIAT $395
Powers Motor Co.. Air Condi 24th St. FR 66732. Sunroof radio heater black. 61 '
ironing Servicing Center. 204 N.Main 60 FORD
St. Phone FR 22561. 1960 VOLKSWAGEN Sunroof small $895 6-2425 1200 Spider Roadster very Station wagon, standard trans|
equity take over payments. Ask 506 E. University FR & light 1295 '62 OLDSMOBILE .
clean with new top mission.
SPECIAL auto painting $29.95. for Tlllls 376-8397 after 6 P.M. VOLKSWAGEN
64 finish heater. For 98 Holiday sedan air condi
Auto & 516 S. Main St. FR 24251MOTOR blue
repair. Miller tuneup.& Sons '62 VW deluxe sedan white sunroof I. Pickup. like new radio. sport car fun check this tioned. $795
shiftlock, '
luggage rack 29.
732 NW 1st'St. 372-7915 $1750 one out.
... 000 miles, excellent condition. $1.- w
295. Call FR 67237. $2595 I
85 Automobiles for Sale; 62 VOLKSWAGEN '
61 Chevrolet parkwood wagon with I "
air. Wholesale. STUDENT SPECIAL KombI extra clean. I '60 VALIANT 6 cylinder with standard shift.
1963 Falcon. Small down paymentand '54 Plymouth, perfect cond $1395 HAWES-POWERS CO.I
take over payments. Will take 4X000 sworn to miles. $395. Rhone! '62 OLDSMOBILE
older car In trade. Under 4-dr. sedan equipped with :
guar. FR 64405. 795 98 sedan air conditioned $5. 5'
antee. 372-0736 after 5 PM. :
1962 VW. privately owned excel- 1962 Fairlane Sports Coupe. in ex- SMITTY SEZ: standard trans., radio. Cruise Control. :.
cellent cond. $300 & assume pay-
lent condition loaded with ex ments. Can be seen at 1810 NW T heater. & white walls. t
tras. Call 372-5151 after 5 PM. 6th St. or call 3765472. Miller- $2395 '58 'FORD

1960 FORD ConY. No down, ) 2 door sedan_6_cylinder.
money "We're having aback
FOR SALE 1955 PONTIAC2dr. take up payments. Contact Mrs. ii:2: '62 FALCON -

sedan. Call 372-0384. 8 Ruby AM and Mullins 5 PM.at 372-3686 between Brown to school I '60 OLDSMOBILE $395

ONLY 11.500 miles on this 1962 USED Ranchero pickup truck 98 Holiday sedan, air condI-
four dr.. Simca sedan fully ONE OWNER 1959 FORD Station sole on all of our 1 completely equipped with 1395 tioned.
equipped. O. H, WW. Call 37<- Wagon, white. V-8 with over 1030 E. CARS 170 engine auto. trans..
0086 after 5:30 PM._ drive.404 N.W.Phone 17th St.372-6272, or see at Univ. Ave. economy compact radio. heater padded dash '57 FORD .
'63 OLDS F-85. loaded! Excellent FR 2-3582 & white walls. Clean. $1495 Station wagon.
condition. See Mr. Green, University '61 VW Sunroof. $995Call and 6 cyl-
City Bank. 376-7914 after 5 PM Saturday.
... inder automo 62 FORDGalaxie '60 OLDSMOBILE ;. .,

biles. All prices chesnut finish 500. 4-dr.with match-sedan 88 Holiday sedan sharp.

RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. ing vinyl Interior makes '61 CHRYSLERSedan -

drastically re- one Fords of in the town.sharpest Auto.'62 1795 $1295 .air conditioned _

; duced. If you trans., power steering ra- :
FOR THE FIRST TIME dio & heater. ,$1495- -
don't like these k '59 OLDSMOBILE

WE WILL SELL ALL NEW 196'4 prices make us '62 P LYM.Savoy 98 .Holiday sedan. -sparklingblue. .62 CROWN

en offer. __ IMPERIALHardtop
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2-dr. sedan V-8 engine 1395MOST $1395 sedan air conditioned- "
standard trans. radio -
heater white finish
1 /TtDWAID "7CQ" 4 door 4 speed with .blue interior., '59 OLDSMOBILE $2995

.". .; ..,' ; 63 radio, $ I 88 hardtop coupe white and

heater. . . . .1. 1545 gold. '61 DODGE :: :
/ :: 1 Station one 9.1nel':
$995 wagon
: / Nova, sport coupe, DEALERS PAY clean. :-::. = : ) t
I 63 CHEVY II radio $ -
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.. ". '. 4ciio .!1J.a heater. . . . . . MORE THAN WHAT 88'58 sedan OLDSMOBILE air conditioned. $1295 ,, I

l2? 1 with WE SELL THEM FOR! '
62 sunroof $ $695
1245 Station wagon, power steeringT:

sharp. . 0 . . $695 --:

62 VALIANT door, heater $1 AQC I Conv., air conditioned i ; 9 8 Convertible. '

ABOVE OUR COSTFINANCING real clean. .2 . I W / I steering power&windows.brakes; radio seats.;2095 $595 9 passenger 61 PLYMOUTH station wagon deluxe ,

heater & white walls model power steering
4 door, automatic sharp aquamarine finish white. .
62 RAMBLER with white top. i
transmisSion $1145 1 1 '58 OLDSMOBILE $1295

; radio heater. .' . 88. 2 door sedan.

0/0/ Monza, 4 sPed, 'Coupe 60TDERBIRD, air cond., 1 power $395 '60 DODGE 1

62 CORVAIR radios i $ 1 seats & windows auto. Hardtop sedan air conditioned. ,
1295 trans., radio heater. This 2195

heater. . . . . car is in beautiful condi- $795
I tion; maroon with black 57 OLDSMOBILE I'
& white leather Interior. 88 sedan air conditioned.
i i 1
$995 $395 New Yorker hardtop coupe air i
matie transmission, heater . . '57 FORD conditioned. I

Savoy, 2 door. 6cylinder Fairlane 500 4-dr. sedan 395 $1095
61 PLYMOUTH I $ with V-8, auto. trans., radio 57 OLDSMOBILE
795 heater black & white 88 hardtop coupe.
standard transmission heater. . finish. Clean. '64 PONTIAC
I $200 Catalina hardtop sedan air
2 door standard transmission conditioned.

161 FALCON i new $, '57 BUICKSpecial $3295

Available on all New & Executive Driven 1964 Ramblers. paint.. . . . . . 845 4-dr. sedan with '63 BUICK
LeSabre station air con
V-l auto. trans. power wagon
WAI I A LIT 2 door. hardtop, automatic steering & brakes radio 475 ditioned. '63 RAMBLER
Blue & Ivory
& heater.
161 transmission
ONLY FIVE EXECUTIVE DRIVEN YALIANI trans$945 with white walls. $3195 J50 ,sedan loW mileage very sharp.

RAMBLERSLEFT I mission radio heater. $1695 0

4 WITH AIR CONDITIONING Lancer, 4 door automatictransmission '60 PONTIACCatalina '59 BUICK
4-dr. hardtop. Hardtop, coupe air conditioned. '
$995 Sharp maroon with white 62 VOLVO

radio, heater. . . . . top & matching Interior, 1495 IMS 4 door sedan air condI-
ALL USED CAR PRICES SLASHEDWE I power steering & brakes. $995 tioned. "
i auto. trans. radio &
I LI 2 door, hardtop, automatic heater. $1595
V All AN I

MUST MAKE ROOM FOR THE mission radio heater. . .trans$995 '63 CHEVY II
Nova sedan, automatic trans- '58 PONTIACSedan.

1965 RAMBLERS '/|\ 2 door standard transmis "Many More To Choose From" mission. -
OU FORD sion, radio, heater $ $1795 $395 r.
695 ::
6 cylinder. . . . . WE SELL TO --

RIDGWAY'S CAN SELL FOR :LESS '60 RAMBLER 4 door standardtransmission EMB R --

overdrive, radio heater air cond. ? 7 y J SELL AGAIN,
cu tr
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JUST ACROSS THE TRACKS radio heater. r + wwnnwerv

> 2 door hardtop, automatic


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2-door. hard 4 dr. wagon sta. wagon R Falrlane 500 Implll. cPt. 4 d r RLH.
top. RfcH. auheater. lutO. IH. PS. PB. COM PSI AC.R&H. Power .uto. trlftS.
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60 Falcon $ I 63 OLDS $ ThisWeek's white. light blue blue. i whit. blu.
766 3366 $1845 $1195 $1395 L $945 L895 $595
Straight Shift 6, R&H. Conv..V-8.auto trans, 6%
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