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Title: Gainesville sun
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ONE WEEK HOME DELIVERED DAILY AMD 4Se SUNDAY Vol. 89, No. 54 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1964


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Youth on Rampage President Must HoldAArm




10,000 Tear Up Town 80 ArrestedAt


HAMPTON BEACH, N. H. (AP) Flying wedges of police SeasideSEASIDE Control LBJContrast
drove some 10,000 rioting teen-agers out of this oceanside re- :
sort early today but not before 20 persons were injuredand Ore. (AP) Youth
more than 100 youths arrested. mobs and police stood toe-to-toe

Peter Zanibeni, 16, Everett, Mass., was struck in the face Sunday night as some 7W; young .
with birdshort from a shotgun. Doctors at Exeter Hospitalsaid people assailed police with
he probably would lose his right eye. rocks, clubs and a burnffg log.
The young people, apparently having a final summer fling, Six boys led the rioters in a
stormed the police station, set fires, smashed windows and charge up the beach toward the Taylor Back HomeWASHINGTON
pelted police with stones, garbage and rubbish before finally main street of this coastal
being run out of town.It resort community, carrying a To Nuclear
was the second straight year that riots had torn this flaming log. They were met by
resort of 2,000 year-round residents. The chairman of select- 30 nightstick-wielding riot squad Also returning here for policy
men accused Gov. John W. King of failing to take necessary state policemen.The View of Foe (AP) Am- talks is Adm. U.S. Grant Sharp,
precautionary steps. group abandoned the log bassador Maxwell D. Taylor, Viet Nam Pacific military commander.
Robert Danielson said townspeople had feared that the 1963 and began throwing rocks at the DETROIT (AP) President returning for consultation with Taylor, Sharp and others will be
riot would be repeated this Labor Day weekend. Accordingly, policemen, who chargec_ scat- Johnson, taking sharp issue President Johnson, said today Crises in Lullthe meeting the first part of this ,
he said, he tried to reach King by telephone last Thursday to tering the youths. with Sen. Barry Goldwater, said the crisis in South Viet Nam has week with Johnson, Serietaryof
ask that National Guardsmen be bivouaced nearby in case When the rioters assembled today no U.S. president can entered a political lull while State Dean Rusk, Defense
of trouble. again in the downtown area, give up his responsibility over Premier Nguyen Khanti organ- Joint Chiefs of Staff, be- Department officials a ud oth-
Danielson said he couldn't contact King and nothing was. Warne Nunn, executive assist- use of nuclear weapons. izes a provisional government. ambassador in Saigon two
done. ant to Gov. Mark Hatfield. told Goldwater, Johnson's Repub- Taylor said he left Saigon, months came ago when Henry Cabot ers.Taylor said he did not know
However, King said the selectmen had voted not to ask them over a loudspeaker to lican opponent in the November South Vietnamese capital, "en- Lodge resigned to return to the exactly when he would see the
for help from the National Guard. King's office said today disperse or they would be ar election, has suggested that tirely quiet," but he stopped United States in advance of the President. His first report prob-
that Danielsen had called but then said he would check with rested. NATO commanders be given short of saying the crisis in the Republican National Conven ably will be Tuesday, otner of-
the selectmen. "He did so and told us they had decided not to Police began forcing the discretion to use some nuclear strife-tom country has passedits ficials ,said. The envoy will
ask for the guardsmen," a spokesman said. "Danielsonnever crowd out of the downtownarea weapons. peak.In tion.Taylor let It be known beforehe spend some hours today with
asked for from the clearing a block at a time.
formally help guardsmen. Rusk, however.
at he said, his Southeast Asian
Goldwater has described the a country war, left for
State police had beefed up trooper patrols in the town As the youths retreated, they crisis conditions never seem to post that he would be back in Taylor said on his way here
has in mind
and had broke store windows with rocks. weapons he as con- in
canceled all days off over the weekend, he said. monthsto that he had full confidence
be in about two
entirely over.
Washington
King said in a statement that the riots were "a symptom ofa One youth rammed a fist ventional nuclear weapons. affairs Khanh's ability to carry throughhis
moral sickness in American youth." through a window. "There is no such thing as Taylor was asked whether he wind up personal program of political' reor- ..
"This is no time for mollycoddling,"the governor said after The youths found a wooden conventional nuclear weapons," came home with new policyideas which his hurry-up left little diplomatic fore for. ganization and establish a provisional
spending six hours at the scene. "This is a sad day in the fence and began tearing it Johnson said in a speech pre- and action proposals for assignment he government that will
CommunistViet He also estimated then that
history of this longtime wonderful family resort. We must apart, fashioning clubs. The pared for a Labor Day rally dealing with the would have some recommendations remove military elements from
threat to
take every' step to insure that it never reoccurs." police charged again, driving sponsored by the Wayne County Cong guerrilla for President Johnson on control.He .
The youths, most of them of high school age, brawled and the rioters away in small groups AFL-CIO in this stronghold ,of South Viet Nam. actions which the United States said today that Klianh is
rioted for more than four hours. Authorities met them with and ending hostilities for the organized labor. "I have no easy recipe in my might take to make its policies, "very much in charge" in
fire hoses and later resorted to billy clubs, tear gas, police night. Johnson said for 19 perilfilledyears pocket," he said. "The longerone in support of the Saigon anti- Saigon and in fact has "broader
dogs and shotguns loaded with birdshot and rock salt. About 80 youths were arrested. no nation has loosed the studies the situation out Communist fight, more effec- backing than when the trouble I
(See YOUTHS on Page 2)) atom against another. He added there the" more complex it tive. started about 10 days ago."

-. : appears.
"To do so now is political decision Taylor, former chairman of .
of the highest order. It Death Toll .

Dora Aims Fury at U.S., would tain path lead of us blows down and an counter-uncer- Auto Talks Holiday

blows whose outcome none may
know. No president of the Unit- Holds Record Pace
Could Be Felt on E. Coast ed States can divest himself of ApproachStrike
the responsibility for such a de- I

r cision. TimeDETROIT CHICAGO.AP. ) Deaths on killer traffic had taken 382
MIAMI, Fla. (AP) Hurri- about 500 miles across and sections of the United States. "Any man who shares controlof the nation's roads and highways lives at the latest count. I
" cane Dora, a huge and powerful threatens to swallow up tropical such enormous power must (AP) Chryslerand maintained a pace today which The big surge. still lay ahead
storm that grows by the hour, storm Ethel which was centeredat "But since it is moving slow- remember that 'He that is slowto the United Auto Workers the National Safety Council said -- moved closer to the U.S. mainland 5 a.m. about 780 miles to the ly, there will be little effect anger is better than the Union were 'expected to go into could eclipse the 1963 record for 'sands of motorists who used
.today'and made herself felt east southeast of Dora's center other than increasing seas might; and he that ruleth his virtually 'round-the-clock bar- Labor Day weekend.As summer's final holiday for
.r while still .700 miles out.to sea. Dora was moving toward the through Tuesday.1": spirit is better than he that gaining sessions today in effortsto the','I 78-hour holiday moved visits and for drives to recrea-
Heavy seas already are increasing west northwest or west at about -c& taketh. city.! avoid a crippling strike of into its final phase, a safety tion areas. i
along the southeast 10 miles an hour and will continue Ethel was expected to lose "No leader of free men can some 75,000 workers. council official said: "It appears The count began at 6 p.m.
Atlantic Coast and will continue on that course for the next 24 intensity today and perhaps be guided by fear. But I am With a strike deadline only the final total will exceed (local time) Friday and will end
to grow during the next two hours, according to the Weather become, absorbed by Dora, the concerned for our people and two days away, negotiators met last year's." at midnight tonight.The .
days, the U.S. Weather Bureau Bureau advisory. advisory said. for their children, and for all throughout most of Sunday and The nation's most prolific death record for a Labor
said in its 5 a.m. advisory.At "The hurricane will continue that man has created and stood into early Monday morning, but Day weekend was establishedlast
that time, the storm's large and dangerous. Seas are Dora is the second hurricaneof for and lived by." there was no word on what Miss America year when 557 persons diedon
center was located about 700 already rough over most of the the season. Cleo, the first, Describing modern weaponsas progress was being made if the country's roads.
miles east of Cape Kennedy. southwest North Atlantic and was a small but vicious storm "not like any other," John- any-on union demands for a Contestants The U.S. Weather Bureau said
Highest winds near the center will be gradually increasing which churned through the son said that in the first nuclear new labor contract. most of the country would have
were estimated at 130 miles an along the southeast Atlantic Caribbean, killing an estimated exchange 100 million Americansand Under joint agreement, a In Big Week clear weather.
hour. Hurricane and gale force Coast during the next two 138 persons before slamming more than 100 million Rus- news blackout was imposed The safety council had esti-
winds extend out as far as 300 days," the advisory said. into the Florida coast at Miami. sians would all be dead, add- Saturday to prevent leaks which ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) mated before the holiday that
miles to the northeast and 150 The Weather Bureau said the ing: might embarrass one side or the Fifty Miss America hopefuls traffic accidents would claim
miles to the southwest of the present and predicted move- Border "And when it was over, our other. begin today one of the most between 490 and 590 lives.
center. ment of Dora increases the Guard, cities would be in ashes, UAW President Walter Reu- memorable weeks of their The Associated Press made a
The storm now covers an area threat to the southeast coastal great our industry introduce young lives. survey on a 78-hour non-holiday
barren, to
our fields ther, who was with offi- "
Fiancee Flee The girls register weekend to establish a basis for
dreams van- Johnson at Labor
destroyed, our President a cials, pose for pictures, give comparison. From 6 p.m. Fri-
Student's Wife TerrorizedTwo BERLIN (AP) An East ished." Day rally in ,Detroit's to Kennedye interviews and listen to the day, Aug. 21, to midnight Mon-
Gold-
I German border guard and his Johnson did not mention Square, planned hour or rules of the pageant explainedby day, Aug. 24, 456 persons died in
fiancee crawled to West Berlin water by name in a speech in bargaining table for an Lenora Slaughter. executive traffic accidents. Twenty others
Hours;, Man Charged through barbed wire obstacles which he put a heavy emphasison so before catching up. with the director. perished in boating mishaps and
and
early today without being noticed unity, peace, propserity President downtown.The decidedto At the grand finale Saturday 30 drowned for a total of 506.
A 26 year-old Negro painterwho was working, he grabbed her, by other border guards. justice. So heavy was his em- fact that Reuther night in Convention Hall, the Last year, a total of 632 per-
terrorized a white student's pulled her to him and threat- phasis on unity in that his prepared stay with the negotiations successor to Donna Axum of El sons died during the Labor Day
wife at the University of Flori- ened to shoot her if she d'd: not West Berlin police said the 20- text did not even mentionthe rather than greet the Presidentat Dorado, Ark., the 1963 winner, weekend 557 in traffic, 21 in .:
da Friday evening has been submit. year-old guard wore his uniform Democratic party by name. the airport was interpretedas will be announced. boating accidents and 54 by
charged with assault with intentto After a while, Gilchrist turn- but left his weapon behind. The Rather, he asked for "broth- an indication that the talks l drowning.
rape. ed her loose, but remained be- girl's age was not revealed. erhood among men and under- were proving fruitful
The charge was filed against tween her and the door. Repeat- Two Czech teen-agers standing among nations. "He Chrysler has been singled out WHERE TO
Glenn Gilchrist, 618 SW 5th edly he threatened to shoot her, West Germany escapedto pledged that if America stands as the UA W's No. 1 strike target Berkley's :
Ave., a self employed painter unless she cooperated.The crashing a stolen truck Sunday by united," we will keep moving this year, with 10 ajn. Wednesday -
who was hired by the woman to woman's ordeal lasted steel border barrier througha near forward, for years to come," he set as the deadline for anew FIND IT Widow DiesWASHINGTON :
work around her Flavet apart about two hours, during which continued. .agreement or a mass walk-
Furth im Wald. The boys were Comics . . 15
ment. Gilchrist kept her in the apart- 14 and 18. "This country is not going to (AP) Mrs.
Gene Watson, University of ment, trying to get her cooper- turn its back on the future. out.The union's present three- Classified . 17-19 Jane Barkley, 52, widow of for-
Florida campus police gave this ation without using force. The driver was wounded by "It is not going to turn from year contracts with Chrysler, Entertainment . 8 mer Vice President Alben W. .
Obituaries . . 2
the talked fire General Motors originally died The for- '
submachine-gun Barkley Sunday.
account: Finally, woman and the the upward course of prosperityor Ford and ,
Opinion . 6 '
The wife, in her early 20s, Gilchrist into letting her go, and truck swerved off the road neara the urgent hopes of peace. were due to expire at the Page mer Elizabeth Jane Rucker of
11.13
Sports . .
in her into going back to work. shallow river. The of By mutual Keytesville, Mo., married the
hired Gilchrist to paint boys "It is not going to turn away end, August Women's . . 7
campus apartment. When she She. was not raped, Watson crawled through the water to from the needs of the joblessSee agreement they were extendedto vice president in 1949. Barkleydied
entered the apartment where he said. safety. ( JOHNSON on Page 2)) Sept. 9. f" in 1956.



I County's 'Middle Level' Students Are Stranded:


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By CLIP COMIER, Sun Staff,=Writer To do this they are not only paying the high cost of commuting, ties in the field of technical education.
For many years, since the historic Buckman Act of 1905, the but also an oilt-of-county tuition fee of $30 because Alachua County "Increasingly, the sophistication and complexity of jobs demandsthe -:
Ivy-covered portals of the University of Florida beckoned welcom- does not participate financially to support neighboring junior col kind of occupational education which community junior colleges ..
ingly to Alachua's youth.A leges. are uniquely fitted to provide," Harris said.
high school diploma was a ticket to the campus, and college. In Florida, 57 per cent of all high'school graduates continue "It is high time we stopped pretending that the needs of average
degrees awaited all who were willing to work for them. their education either at the college or university level or in junior youth are unimportant. Since they outnumber superior youth by at -
Those halcyon days are gone perhaps forever. colleges.But least two to one, their future is in a real sense. involved in the
I Education'sChallenge The University of Florida, like many other state institutions of in Alachua County only 37 per cent receive education at the future of America."
higher learning, today finds its classrooms crowded and its post high school level The disparity is obvious there is no Harris said the junior colleges also are taking a leading role in
facilities overtaxed from the thousands of students eager to con- junior college here.It the retraining of adults changing from one skilled or semiskilledjob
tinue their education. is the remaining 63 per cent of Alachua's students of whichit to another.
The portal on the corner of 13th Street and West University has been said would attend an area vocational technical schoolif "Even if they are only taking high school level courses, adults
Avenue started narrowing in 1956 when the UF began accepting only one were available. like to be able to say 'I'm going to college Harris said.
the top 70 percentile of the high school graduates. Later, entrance This is the great middle level" that comprises the bulk of Leon County saw the handwriting on the wall last winter whenit
requirements were raised again, cutting off the lower 60 percen- every graduating class. They are not especially gifted academically was determined that 400 of that county's high school graduateswho
tile, and more recently the University announced it had stabilizedthe to be assured of a place in the university under the.high admission wanted to continue their education could not get into FSU.
Alachua freshman class at 2,800. standards. Under the leadership of State Sen. Wilson Carraway and Presi
To Things will get worse for the local college students before they Neither are they the low-IQ students with high dropout potential dent Gordon Blackwell of FSU, Leon County's school officials movedto
improve. Authoritative sources predict it is only a matter of a few They are the great mfleau, the backbone of the country who initiate a survey for a junior college. Their survey was com-
years when the University of Florida will admit only upper division need some post high school training to succeed in the modern pleted last month and is now being studied by the State Depart-
and graduate students. technical world. It is said that these are the students who stand to ment of Education.
Alachua's high school graduates already are feeling the pinch. benefit most from the community college. State Supt. of Education Thomas D. Bailey who is opposed to
County This fall 200 of them will commute to Ocala to attend Central "Today, as never before, education stands squarely between a trade schools, predicted that Leon County will get its junior college
Florida Junior College. A few are going farther, to Lake City and man and his job," said Dr. Norman C. Harris, professor of technical approved in the 1965 legislature."You .
Palatka. education at the University of Michigan. could do the same thing here," Bailey said recently while
Many of them are hopeful of transferring to the University when Harris was a speaker at the recent Legislative Workshop In on a visit to Gainesville. "Alacbua County and one or two adjacs*
they complete lower division requirements in the junior colleges.. Williamsburg, Va. sponsored by the Southern Regional Educational counties appears .to have a good potential for a junior college. But
._- .", Others are taking terminal vocational "courses. 'Board. He is considered one of the country's outstanding author it shouldn't be put off too long." (See VOCATIONAL on Page 2)


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PlaiisCampaign Weather Roundup riujicE Tg UIIJKVCOFFICE OF THE
Barry
Miller
Opens Up STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT

. Humphrey Fears CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMS AND MAINTENANCE I

Sealed bids will be received at the State
Road Department Offices, 'Room 228, Hot-
and Building i ,. Tallahassee f--orkl
Tour in WestPHOENIX On FrontsLOWELL
Many from Qualified Contractors u.,ll 10-39
Promises A.M. (E.S.T.) on Tuesday the 22r ? day
Barry of September ""' for the l8llowln
Ariz. (AP) Sen. work:
_..: Barry Goldwater planned a Ind. (AP) Rep. an accounting of his finances in -NOTE-

AKRON, Ohio AP-Minne-) as many new jobs each leisurely Labor Day today before William E. Miller challenged a Labor Day weekend burst of B- -E-F-H-I: Mostly fair \ Proposal than one Forms hour will prior not be to issued the time later -

"sota Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, month as there are people in plunging into the first cam- President Johnson on the draft political activity.The through Tuesday. Low tonightin for ALACHUA opening bids. COUNTY PRIMARY
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the Democratic vice presiden- Akron." paign tour of his race for the issue, stepped up attacks on Republican vice presidential the 70s. Mostly northeasterly FUNDS"'$-* O2.): STATE SR PROJECT from Jci. NO.
the Putnam
...iial nominee today called Re- "this White House. Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey on nominee moved across Indiana winds 10 to 15 miles per County line west via Hawthorn to Sit
he said
"In short
The the ADA issue and made public'Backlash' today on his first major hour. 233. Work consists of shoulder Grading,
publican presidential candidate I must be a land of opportunityfor Republican presidential Type I Asph. Cone leveling and Surf.
-.Barry Goldwater "a man of his nominee was expected to spendthe campaign swing. He began it Cse.; and Incidental Items. Length 7.",
all, for the word 'opportunity' A: Partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday miles.
word" and added, "I fear that is at the heart of America." holiday relaxing at his home Sunday with the distribution _of I with widely scattered thunder- ALACNUA COUNTY (PRIMARY

he would fulfill his promises to outside Phoenix. No business an accountant's report settingthe I showers.changes. Low No tonight important 70 to temperature 76. Mtl-35tl FUNDS):, STATE roads streets PROJECT parking, JOB areas NO.

lead this nation tail-long into the19th The theme of opportunity, was announced. net worth of Miller and his D-G: Mostly fair through Tuesday. and sidewalk at University ot Florida.
with that of Goldwater heads for San wife at $260,730.President Low tonight In the 70s Northeasterlywinds Work consists of light grading; 6.Vi-
together campaign
century. 10 to 18 miles per hour.J Limerock Base with Type I Au". Cone.
Talk False
*" dignity, was repeated time and Diego Tuesday to launch a Johnson and Sen. : Mostly fair through Tuesday except Surf. cse; storm sewer and small drainage
J'In this election of 1964 the for a few night or early morn- structures ronc. sidewalk: a,id InCidental -
campaign tour the West Barry Goldwater the GOP
again by Humphrey on a week- up ing showers. Low tonight in the 70s. Items. The area of pavement
"American voters have a clear end visit to Minnesota before his Coast. presidential candidate, author- Is approx. 50,730 Sq. Yds.

choice between vigor or He already has issued a Labor Says Wirtz'WASHINGTON ized the issuance of their financial ALMANAC FUNDS MBIA.COUNTr (SECOND A It Y
arrival for speeches here and at : STATE PROJECT. JOB
vacuum between Sunset today "............... 6:<< p.m. MJa-UU, NO.
progress or Youngstown.On Day statement, -declaring Re- statements earlier. Sunrise tomorrow -........... 6:10 a.m. in Lake City between SR 25
retreat between responsibilityor AP Secretary Moonset tonight .............. CEDAR KEY TIDES and Park ,St. Work consists ItfdIn""
publican "faith in (the) funda- ( ) Humphrey said he also would PROMINENT STAR 1:02 1'"' Tuesday High at 2:44 ..In. and :3.04 I orading; vy Limerock- Base; Type I

rashness," Humphrey: said in his first visit to his home mentals of trade unionism" and of Labor W. Willard give a public accounting of his First Quarter ........... Sept. 13 p.m. Low at 1:53 a.m. and ':20 p.ROo Asph.; storm Cone. Surf.sewer Cse.and; small cone .dralna box culvert -

remarks prepared for a Labor state since his nomination last promising if elected to seek Wirtz called today fur the finances as soon as an audit PROMINENT STAR TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE I structures; and incidental items. Length e
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Day audience at suburban Bar- month Humphrey opened his automatic annual income tax prompt removal of "two poisonous -now under way is completed. VISIBLE Capella. rises PLANETS .n. 10:41 p.m. H L Pre,.' .8W miles. (Readvertisement.)
...... Jacksonville ........... (S 70 LEVY COUNTY (BOND FUNDS:
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berton. campaign with a Saturday night elements" from the Miller listed assets of $327,725, Jupiter.Saturn due rises south .......... 10:33 11:34 p m. Miami ................ 99 78 .02 STATE PROJECT., JOB NO. H W5.W s,
speech praising President John- cuts.The senator plans to spell out American scene. most of it in stocks and bonds Venus. rises ................ 3:01 p.m.a.m. Tampa ................ 88 7t approx.SR S-33A one mile from northwest a point on cf, Bronsonsouthest SR 500
Humphrey cited aims held by above Venue.GAINESVILLE. Atlanta .................. 17 45
administration son. He rolled through the open details of his tax cut program and life insurance. He reported Mars New Orleans ............ 84 75 1.52 Of to Blue Springs. Work consists
the Democratic "One is the loose heavy grading 6'
falsity of ; Limerock
StabUiz1
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Minnesota in address Boston 7* ,, .
Sundayto at Base
countryside Tuesday night an in cash in four Type 2 Surf Tr '
$39,686 New York and l n-
repeating after each listing, talk about something called the WEATHER New York ............ 81 58 ktental Items. Length 2.135 irlles.ALACHUA .
a triumphal reception 40 56,000-seat Dodger Stadium in State banks and an investment Washington ............ 82 60
"but not Sen. Goldwater. 'backlash, he said in a Municipal Airport readingsfor Chicago ................ 75 48 .M FUNDS COUNTY (SECONDARY
miles to the west at Waverly Los ): FEDERAL AID
Angeles. I account.He PROJECT NO.
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under the Demo- prepared Labor Day talk. Kansas City 87 72 S-IWC7) (JOB NO.
He said that the hamlet where he makes his Then he moves on to Sacramento listed liabilities of $66,995in 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: Denver ................ 90 52 between the north limits 2606">>of 05), SR tM.
crats, spendable income after home.It Calif. Klamath Falls "Rarely has the truth been so High 89 at 3 p.m., low 70.at Ft. Worth ............ 9J 71 and SR 26 at Orange Heights. Hawthorn Work
; real estate mortgages and ...... consists -
corrupted by a catchphrase."It Los Angeles .. 77 41 of providing a 4-lane
taxes has risen more than 15 and Eugene, Ore.; Seattle, loans. 3 a.m. No rain.Temperatures Seattle ................. 63 54 ra-heavy grading; IVaN Llmerock facility of Base ex.
per! cent In four years while was a warm reception and with Type I Asph Cone Surf. Cse. and
Wash.; Boise, Idaho; Great is a matter of great importance Miller said at a news confer- Binder Csej drainage *atrvcture and In-
wholesale prices are slightly the senator clearly loved it. Falls 1 Mont.; Minneapolis that the AFL-CIO, ence Sunday night at Gary that I 5 Day Forecast cidental items. Length 8.J77 miles.

lower. "I want to be happy in the Minn.; Chicago, and Rockford: meeting here in Washington last the military draft could be .,. for Wage the Prefect Rates: (s Minimum) included wage in this ratrs Notice -

But he said there still are too work I am doing," said the Ill. that tour ends on Frday. week, rejected squarely the ended within six months if are expected to'where they will range two U shall be SI.25 per hour.A .

many unemployed and, with the senator, who was introduced to After a weekend in Washington infamous implication that American below. Normal Proposal Guaranty of not less than
Goldwater were elected presi- average around normal for the. five degrees five percent (5 percent) of the total
postwar baby crop just hittingthe the Waverly audience of 3,000 D.C., Goldwater is due on labor would condone the dent in November. five-day: period ending Sundayexcept highs are from 87 to 91 with the Actual Bid. In the form of either a

labor market, "this, plus the by Gov. Karl Rolvaag as "the Sept. 15 to launch a 15-stop bigotry this phrase implies. Miller ignored President for the northeast portion lows in the 70s. No rainfall of certified company treasurers check cashier's check. bank check o..trust ft of

impact of automation, requiresus happy warrior of our genera Southern campaign swing in Other recent events make it Johnson's statement Saturdaythat during the first half of the week significance was predicted. Bid any Bond.national made or state payable bank to or the a Governor Surety

to find 300,000 jobs per month tion." WinstonSalem, N.C. clear that its use is a slander the draft should not be a of the State of Florida must accompany -.
each bid. A check or ct'aft in
and a libel designed to poisonthe issue. an amount less
campaign than five percept (5 per
of truth cent) of the actual bid will Invalidate'
wellsprings
upon The vice presidential nominee 9b the bid. Should the Proposal
More About < tuar t5 Guaranty
which the democracy depends. ;pressed Republican argumentsfor exceed Department's ten percent estimate(10 percent It wll) be of the reduced

the draft and said a _automatically to ten
"Similarly, the exceS3es of ending percent (10 "
percent) of the Department's estimate.
Vocational School violence which have erupted well-paid, volunteer program derson, Lutherville, Md.; 19 Certified checks shall have State <. Mixson Ida's
Documentary Stamps ,
attached. Bid
would be effective and Georgia
must be put down, lest they, too, more :grandchildren and three great- Bends shall conform t* SRD Form 114G .
result in the sins of a few! being that the lives of all young men grandchildren. (Rev. Nvmbr3) furnished with the
Proposal Farm.
visited the would not be disrupted by the 66 Williston
From 1 upon many. Funeral services will be at All work Is to be done In accordance -
Page j
: "Murderers in Southern prospect of military service. with the Plans. Specifications and
in the First Special Provisions of the Stat Road
3 tomorrow
p.m.
Miller continued to attack
swamps and rioters in Eastern : WILLISTON-Georgia Hen Department.Plans .
: Leon County almost waited now." Campbell Report to see which cities must be identified clearly Humphrey on the basis of the: derson Mixson, a resident of Methodist Church, with Rev. Alfred and-or Proposal Forms May RePurchased
too long and had it not moved Cons idering the opposition 'way the wind blows. Eustes officiating. Burial By Qualified Contractors upon
for what they are corruptersof latter's role as a founder, for- this town for nearly 50) years, application to this office for S5IJO
:'when it did, neighboring Gads- against the area school expressed "If we need to make any decisions law and order, and enemies mer chairman and continuing: died yesterday at her home, will be in Orange.Hill Cemetery, set. Extra sets of Plans for prospective per- I.
a den County might well have by men of influence, this now, such as institutinga with members of the Williston bidders and plans for non-bidders
most of all to themselves. In a member of Americans for Dem- following an "Jness of seme six may be purchased for $20.60 per set.
with the college could be quixotic approach. state SuperintendentBailey Orders for these documents should be
>wound up junior a survey, government; by the people, ocratic Action. months. OES Chapter taking part in I directed to the Engineer of Contracts
for that area. However, there are recent in- should let us know aboutit graveside rites. with checks payable to the Stile Road
violence is It is not
anarchy.
a Miller described the organization She was 66 on Sept. 1 of this
Department of Florida. (Ths
Alachua County's best part- dications that the School Board Turlington said. ckarf
matter of civil rights, but a Saturday in his campaign I year. Active pallbearers will include include Stat Sales and Use Tax. N*
ner to participate in a junior is beginning to take a hard reappraisal Maybe someone ought to ask refund will be mad.)
matter of civil disobedience. Herman Jesse
would be Bradford Coun- look at the whole Superintendent Bailey soon, he kickoff speech as a radical I Mrs. Mixson was born at Ft. Hartley, The right is reserved to reject any or
college In his remarks for the traditional Hartley, Kirk Hartley, Roy all
to transformthe
leftist trying I Deneud small settlement
ty. Bradford School Supt. Har- matter. Late in July, after the indicated, for t i m e is run- group a on bids.STATE ROAD DEPARTVENT ..
wreath-laying ceremonyin United States into Socialist Denmark, Bill Hinson and
a : the Caloosahatchee River near
OF FLORIDA
said his been criticized for ning out.More.
mon Morgan recently board had honor of James Cardinal Frank Bullock. I
totalitarianism. Fort Myers. Her parents were JAY W. BROWN
would welcome an opportunity spending $400,000 for the Gaines- ': I
county to participate in a ville High School electronic II Gibbons, Wirtz said U.e yearwe Humphrey responded that, by. the late George and Ida Brown Knauff Funeral Home is in I I State Highway Engineer
AboutYouths JOHN R. PHILLIPSChairman
junior college in Alachua Coun- shop, Chairman G. Hugh Williams mark today has been, exceptfor attacking the ADA, Miller, was: Henderson. Mrs. Mixson moved charge of arrangements.S. .
one brutal scar upon it, a .. .1
committee to aligning himself with Communists to Williston with her parents (3598) f: 7
ty.It appointed a good; year. It has been the long- and the John Birch Socie. around the year 1915. Her father I-
doesn't take seven years to look into the needs of vocational awaited for, too-long postponedyear Methodist minister Korea Plea ,

get a junior college started as education in the school system. of truth in our human ty. was a
and of the First
some local spokesmen have I At first the committee had relationships." was pastor SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -
I From Page 1 Methodist Church of Williston.A Gainesville Sun
said. It's closer to three years. all the earmarks of a rubber Hold Youth South Korean President Chung: 1 I

"If the legislature approvesa stamp study which would makea It was believed that the Zani- charter member of ihe Wil- Hee Park in a budget message Published eveninrjs except

junior college it appropriates superficial survey and reaffirm -boni boy was injured when he More About For liston Chapter, Order of East- today called for political stability Saturday and Sunday morn-

planning money for the first the old stand on the need stumbled just as a load of bird- LootingMIAMI ern Star, Mrs. Mixson was a and an early normalization of. ings by Company the Gainesville ot 101 Publishing SE I

biennium and salaries for a for a vocational school. shot was fired at the feet of a BEACH (APPoliceheld ) past matron of that organization relations with Japan. ; 2nd Place Gainesville. Florida.

president and skelton staff in' But they have consulted Rep. group of teen-agers. The boy also Johnson and a past grand instructor.She ond entered as second class
New York The read Pre-
a 20-year-old message, by '
the second ," Ballejr said. advocateof suffered a lung injury. was a member of the First matter at the Post Otfice a.
year Ralph Turlington, an
City youth today on charges of Methodist Church and for mier Chung Il-kwon, accompa- Gainesville, Florida.
"Usually the junior collegecan the junior. college, and they The town was cleared when many
the aftermath of nied the administration's 1965
begin operations in the' are planning to ask Dr. Watten police formed V's and marched From Page 1 looting during years was active in the WSCS. CIRCULATION RATES BY
national of million
Hurricane Cleo. budget $336 ,
third year perhaps in temporary 'I' barger to answer some of their north and south from the cen- Surviving are four daughters, CARRIER OR MAIL
John Farley was arrested an increase of 23 per cent over 1 Week .45
ter of town to either end. Teen- Mrs. Dorothy Hardee, Jackson-
and
quarters. questions.The hungry the
and
3 Met. $5.85
I poor op Miami Beach detec- 1964. About 33 per cent is to,
Florida's main criteria for county's committee was agers were pulled out of cars, pressed.. Sunday by ville, and Mrs. Nina Weir, Mrs..
establishment of colleges make its plucked out of doorways. and tives after they found two can- Mary Faye Moree and Mrs. come from U.S. economic aid. ; All mail subscriptions must
the junior first directed to report "It is not going to turn from, be paid in advance.
is that there be a potential in August. Later, the time hustled from hiding places as unity to hostility, from under.. vas bags filled with jewelry in Mora Hartley, all of Williston: Member of Audit Bureou of

initial enrollment of 300 students was extended two months and the wedges moved to the town standing to hate. I call for national .. his hotel room.Detective a son, Walter E. Mixson Jr.,I The best known of all silver i Circulation.All .

living within a commuting finally, it was decided to waiton limits. Traffic had been barred unity." Murray Jarrett said Gainesville; two sisters, Mrs.. dollars sailed across the Rap-! the material property contained of the Gainesville herein Is

radius of 25-30 miles. the outcome of the Campbell from: the town hours earlier. Johnson spoke of three goals.I Farley had been trying to ped John Naugle, Brandon and I pahannock River if we be- Publishing Reproduction Company In whole or(c)In .part,U

Dr. James Wattenbarger, director Committee. I Sixteen persons were treat- which he said reflect the common -die the jewelry to cab drivers. Mrs. A. A. Robinson, Valrico, lieve the stories about young I is strictly forbidden without the. I

of the Florida Divisionof The Cam pbell Committee ed at Exeter Hospital. Another purpose of most Americansthe I Hurricane Cleo, which struck Fla.; brother. Charles W. Hen George Washington. written pernslon of the publisherDon't

Junior Colleges in the State named after its chairman, Dr. four were treated and released goals of prosperity, justice Miami_ _nnn_ head-on_____ _u Au!!. 17.. smashed -

Dept. of Education, believes Doak Campbell, former president from Anna Jaques Hospital in and peace. He said these goals out hundreds of shop win-

Alachua easily meets this cri of FSU, is making a Newburyport, Mass. Eignt of the are the basis of unity. As for dows. Four persons were arrested -

teria. statewide survey of vocational injured were police officers. prosperity, he said this is the, for lotting and one looter

But, until very recently, the educational needs in Florida's Police estimated the number 43rd month of the greatest was shot. I

Alachua School Board staff has public school system. Its find- of rioters at 10,000. "But it peacetime prosperity in our at the

shown no inclination to look into ings, which may be a blue- seemed more like 100,000," said history. Socialists snap

the junior college proposition. print for Florida, are expectedto one officer.A __
"I intend to continue work- be published in December. total of 250 law enforcement -- : I

ing for the authorization of an According to Wattenbarger a officers were called in to put Enterprise Restate Aims hot weather"snapin" -

area vocational school," Marion junior college survey takes down the riot, called tne worst

Bishop, the School Board's voca- about four months time. With ever by authorities. Heading Home BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) 1

tional director, said a month the state legislature due to Those arrested were chargedwith A worldwide meeting of Social-

ago. "After having gone this meet in April, it will be cutting inciting a riot. They were SYDNEY, Australia (AP) ists has unanimously adopted a this Chrysler

far we'd be crazy to give up pretty close to wait until the due to be arraigned Tuesday. The U.S. nuclear carrier Enter-' resolution restating what they |.

prise sailed today on the final described as the ideals of their

Jury CalledIn leg of its roundtheworld trip movement.The !

Florida minus seven sailors but plus an resolution calls for mean- cooling 1.If 1.

HolidayToll ShotgunSlaying 8-month-old kangaroo.The ingful controls on means of

sailors did not return destruction and their eventual

HereA from shore leave before the ship elimination; the end of dictator- i

sailed. ships; abolution of all discrimi- !i'I;
Reaches 20By coroner's jury convened this
The kangaroo, named "Neu- nation based on race, creed or I ,,__
morning to inquire into the shotgun tron" by the crew, is a gift fromSydney's sex; equal distribution of ma- you have a warm air beating system, .' For example: The largest of these nIb,
death Saturday of Charles you can also enjoy whole-louse central air %t :Model 1255. delivers 45,000 BTUH-
Park terial
to
Taronga zoo wealth for the
common
THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAt when the car he and 13 others Cogdill, 50, of 810 SW 2nd Terr. conditioning! You can easily (and inexpensively j.% enough to cool up to 3,000 square feet of I
least 20 persons met acci- were riding in.went out of con- The jury's findings were not the zoo in Norfolk, Va., theEnterprise's good and the end of exploitationand I ) cool your entire home with the Iivingzpace.Tbe smallest llodel 1252,has ','
home port. She is enslavement of man by Chrysler Airtemp snap-in unit designed 22,000 BTUH and is ideal for small homes
dental deaths in Florida as the trol and skidded into a canal 12 immediately available.A I.
due there Oct. 4 man or one people by another. I for!you 4i and garden-type apartments. There arc
Labor Day weekend moved into miles south of Bunnell.A 46-year-old Gainesville' No high Installation costs, because two other sizes-Model 1253 with 28.000
its final 24 hours. motorist, Herbert Anderson, woman, Frances Zetrouer Milton Chrysler" snap-in cooling system comes llTUHandMOdtll25liiritbZ4,000BTUH.from .

Six of the victims drowned, 55, of Bunnell, was credited by is held for investigation of MANAGERS the factory already pre-charged Four sizes,and one's just right for yon.

one when a car plunged into a state troopers with pulling the murder in Cogdill's death. A completely wired and ready to connect and Call today for a no-coit no-obllgatfea t

canal and overturned. The remaining -13, including six children under I Police Capt. R. T. Angel said ANNIVERSARY S A L E start operating survey of your home. '

14 died in automobile seven years of age, from the Cogdill apparently was rhct during -

accidents. submerged car. an argument at hi? home.

The Florida Highway Patrol Other drowning victims included Jurors are Randall Avery, 3 doz. COOKIES

said Henry Brown, 63, of Quincy L. D. Lassiter, 37, of 2206 SE 49th Dr., William B. Chrysler Proves Your CommonSense .
killed in bed when Favorita Lund, 400 SW 2nd Ave., Carlton :..i
was a near Bunnell, while
car left the highway and ram- swimming in a borrow pit; Don- C. Folson, 804 NE 10th F!., Melvin plus 1 1 POUND. CAKE $1.00 "* 'cIt
Is
GibsO .Rt. 2 Alachua Bethel Right
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med the side of his house.In aId Tuten 31. of Jacksonville, \
Jacksonville, a 13yearoldgirl at Fernandina Beach; James C. Blanton, 430.NW 10th St., : Reg. $1.91 ValueGlazed

and the toddler she Richard and Charles Worsham, 2360 SE
was
Laden 24. of Atlanta, .
pushing in a stroller were killed at Panama City Beach; Daniel 18th Ave.: I dz. < Should Cost Less To Air Condition Your Home in the Fall e e .

.)Vhen a station wagon ran them Alford, 41, of Jacksonville at NOTICE FLORIDA TO STATUTES CREDITORS DONUTS 49 Even with Quality Air Conditioning by Chrysler Airtemp.A .

down. The victims were Clara Jacksonville Beach and John I. th* Cwrt .f th* Cwnty JMgc !

Strong and 18-months-old Rob- Comer, 15, of Macon, Ga., in U Alachwa r<: Estat Cwnty*( FtertOfe U Prtbat Complete Line of Whole House Warm Air Heating Systems
-ert Leonard. the pool of Ocala motel. SAM MICHAELS. FUDGE
an
.-k. Samuel Michaels. Deceased. Also Available. Oil Gas Electric Furnaces & Electric Heat Pumps.
Sheriff's deputies charged the Here are the other traffic victims ( ,
T* AH Creditors M< Perots kavii BROWNIES 49c
of the station
driver :
wagon, Claims *r Dma*tfs Against Said Es-
Milton Clee Forrest, 54, with Alva L. Longan, 72, of Fort stat:, -_ ""
You and each of
drunken driving. Lauderdale; George Walker aid required to;you pres are nt hereby any claims notIfied Regular 65c DOZ. CALL NOW For NO-COST
and demands wnlch you, or either of a
with drunken
Also charged Kendrick 54, of Tampa; Mary you. KLiT*JS!* U\t eslite of

driving after a fatal accident Jane Futch, 17, of Live Oak; Sate County. to i VIe, deceased County late of said PRICES GOOD SEPT. 8 THRU SEPT. 12

'was Hubert C. Egbert, a Navy Charles Jay Davis, 68, of Orlando County Florida, at Judge his of lie of* AlacPiua in- NO OBLIGATION Survey of Your Home!

man stationed at Mayport near ; Myrtle Jayne Ketchum, /'Ie courthouse. Florid.ittlin Of hid County six .t calendar Gainesvine. .S Special Cakes For All Occasions .

Jacksonville. 54, of Orlando; Joseph Higgins, months from the time] of The fn pub- }.

He was the driver of a pickup 23, and his 20-year-old wife,. demand llcatlon of wI ThIs be notice in writu- Eath*. and claim.shiH or .

truck that overturned near. Anna, of St. Petersburg; Ronald, offica stat the address place of of the residence cl.imM'.and s".U post tuii RAY FRENCHHeating '

Ponte Vedra, killing another Baker, 24, of Hackensack, N.J.: Ills Ije sworn to by the claimant. "i i, pgf. BAKC SHOPS INC.

-Navy man, 24 year old Peter. Herbert Lee Edmonds, 32, oj!: demand attorney.not so end filed any shall suc'b*claim void. or I tr Air Conditioning Ce.

Krawcgyk of the aircraft car. Jacksonville; Mrs. Grace Bul. -s-BETTY MICHAELS "- CHRYSLER .
tier Shangri-la. man 55 of Fort Pierce and tLVcufrl11 of the last Will I, GAINESVILLE Shopping Center 714.N.W.231'dBLVD. {
; Testament of Sam Michael; A. R T m n r t

Willie James Herd, 54, a Negro Mrs. Catherine Mary Nelson,I First utlicat'cued August 31. UU.- I Open 7 am.7 p.m. Fridays 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Awwwcw.wcw.a. PH. 372-3705 .
from Cogdell Ga., drowned l of south Dade County. (33a01 1:31, ':1. U. 21 :
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kttondoy, September 7, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3
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l I,-,1 ; ,: Agnostic< ,. : Suspends Judgment on God's Existence I i i ir



l' This Is the first of a two ed Saul, in a war, to kill not lertcy or power or purpose immanent as apt as Christians to practicethe I I suppose what is meant is, the body as they are of the j

I part article on "What is an only every man, woman and in evolution. virtues which some modern 'roughly, something nonmaterial soul, out this is a long story

Agnostic. ," in the Sun's series OUR child of the enemy, but also all Others, going still further, Christians arrogantly claim as i which persists throughout aperson's taking one into difficult meta-

J j' ;on, ""What Our Religions WHAT the sheep and cattle. Saul, how mean by "Christianity" merely distinctive of their own reli- life and even, for those physics. Mind and matter

I are. ever, let the sheep and cattle a system of ethics which gion.I who believe in immortality, alike, I should say, are only
: :By BERTRAND'RUSSELL F live, and for this we are told since they are ignorant of history think also that all who call- throughout all future time. If convenient symbols in dSsd -

Are agnostics atheists to condemn him. they imagine to be characteristic ed themselves Christians in an this is what is meant, an agnostic -course, not actually existing
I I have never been able to admire of Christians only. earlier time, and a great ma is not likely to believe things.
II ._'Np. An atheist, like a Christian
-, \ RELIGIONS AREband's Elisha for cursing the When, in a recent book, I jority of those who do so at that man has a soul.
holds that know i1
1"1 .whether, or not there we can is a God. children who laughed at him,.said that what the world needsis the present day, would consider -I I But I must hasten to add that NEXT: "What is an Agnostic

i The Christian holds that we can or to believe (what the Bible '"love, Christian love, or that belief in God and immorality ,this does not mean that an agnostic ," Part H.
I asserts) that a benevolent Dei- compassion," many peo pie is essential to a Chris- '
know there is a God; the must be a materialist. (c. 1963-4 by Cowles Mag-
.i ty would send two she-bears to thought this showed some
azines and Broadcasting,
atheist, that we can know there tian.On Many agnostics (including myself
is not.r brother, and that, in would like to murder him. Whydo kill the children. change in my views, although these grounds, I should ) are quite as doubtful of Inc.)
in fact, I might' have said the not call myself a Christian
.
:I :: The agnostic suspends judge certain circumstances, she you not do so? You may
ment, saying that there are not must do so. If you have the reply: "Because religion tells How does an agnostic regard same thing at any time.If I and I should say that an agnostic -

a .sufficient grounds either for affirmation misfortune to be a childless widow -me that murder is a sin." Jesus, the Virgin Birth you mean by a "Christian"a cannot be a Christian.But 7d./th2tP ISvw'

.s' or for denial. At the with an unmarried broth- But as a statistical fact, ag- and the Holy Trinity? man who loves his neighbor, if the word "Christianity"comes

1 ''' same time an agnostic' may er4n-law, it is logically impossible -nostics are not more prone to. who has wide sympathy with to be generally used to '
: hold"that. the existence of God for you to avoid disobeying -murder than other people, in' Since an agnostic does not suffering, and who ardently desires mean merely a kind of moral- ; OPEN TIL 9
believe in God he think
cannot ity, then It will be
from the certainly
world freed
S I is "God's law. a
though not impossible, very fact, rather less so. They have
( that Jesus was God. Most possible for
agnostics -
bea
he hold abstainIng cruelties and abominat i ions an agnostic to
improbable the
# ; may even same motives for -
admire and
:! it .so improbable that is is not How do you know what is from murder as other people the life which at present disfigure it, Christian.* THURSDAY FRIDAY &
-I moral teachings of Jesus as
.'-"! 'worth considering in practice. good and what is evil? What have. Far and away the hen,"certainly, you will be justified ,
J.4 -."JiuUiaXcase,' he is not far removed does an agnostic consider apin most powerful of these motives told in the Gospels, but not nec- in calling me a Christian.And Does an agnostic deny that

t .' from atheism.His .' ? is the fear of punishment.In essarily more than those of in this sense, I think you man has a soul? MONDAY EVENINGS,
certain other
f" attitude may be that The agnosticIs not quite so lawless conditions, suchas men. will find more "Christians" This question has no precise

i q which a careful philosopher' certain as some Christians are a gold rush, all sorts of Some would place him on a among agnostics than among meaning unless we. are givena AND OPEN EVERY WEEKDAY AT 9:30 A.M.
\ definition.of the word
.1 : '"would, have toward the gods of as to what Is good and what is people will commit crimes, although level with Buddha, some with the orthodox.But "soul.
5' I ancient- ece! If I were asked in ordinary circum- Socrates and some with Abra- for my part, I cannot''I II II

4 to prove that Zeus and Poseidon evil.He does not hold, as most I stances they would have been ham Lincoln. Nor do they accept such a definition. Apart I

: ''J and Hera and the rest Christians in the past held, that aw-abiding.. There is not only think that what He said is not from: other objections to it, it 1

,1 of the Olympians do not exist people who disagree with the actual legal punishment; thereis open to qestion, since they do seems rude to Jews, Buddhists 1I I :r s sI

i'1: ,should be at a loss to find government on abstruse pointsof the discomfort of dreading not accept any authority as ab- Mohammedans and other non-

I conclusive arguments. An agnostic theology ought to suffer a discovery, and the loneliness of solute. Christians, who, so far as history .

;t may think the Christian painful death. He is against knowing that to avoid being They regard the Virgin Birthas I shows, have been at least I "MOONGLADE"

1 God as improbable as tne Olympians -persecution, and rather charyof hated, you must wear a mask a doctrine taken over from

; in that case, he is, for moral condemnation.As even with your closest inti- pagan mythology, where such I IN NOTICE THE TO COURT CREDITORS OF THE COUNTY A COUTOURIER A

"practical purposes, at one with for "sin," he thinks it nota mates. births were not uncommon. JURCE.FLORIDA ALACHUA STATUTES COUNTY

I .. the atheists. useful notion. He admits, of And there is also what may (Zoroaster was said to have! IN PROBATE.IN QUALITY FLANNEL Ir'
1 RE: ESTATE OF .
: course, that some kinds of con be called "conscience": If you been born of a virgin; Ishtar,, NORMAN DE VAUX. !
j '.. ':Since you deny "God's duct are desirable and some ever contemplated a murder, the Babylonian goddess Is,' Deceased.To BY BURLINGTON MILLS AT A
All Creditors and Persons !Having
1 ? law," what authority do you undesirable, but he holds that you would dread the horrible called the Holy Virgin.) They Claims or Demands Against Said Estate : LOW LOW PRICE I
You and each of notified
you are hereby /
n r accept as a guide to conduct the; punishment of undesirable memory of your victim's last cannon give credence to it, or and required to present *ny claims
;:) 4. ? kinds is only to be commendedwhen moments or lifeless corpse. All to the doctrine of the Trinity. and demands which you or either of '.
you may. have against the estate of: VOGUE: PARIS ORIGINAL
J An agnostic does not accept it is deterrent or reform- this, it is true, depends upon since neither is possible with-, Norman de Vaux deceased late of said 1369 BY PIERRE CARDIN 1 1.00 I O
I' ; : in the when is inflicted in God. County to the County Judge if Alachui I (
any "authority" sense atory, not it your living in a lawabidingcommunity out belief County Florida at his office In the II
r in which religious people do. because it is thought a good but there are court. house of.said County M Gainevilte ->-
Florida within six calendar months
: He holds that a man should thing on its own account that abundant secular reasons for I from the time of the first publication r A YARD
think conduct Can an agnostic be a Christian -' of this notice. Each claim or demand l' '
1 4t out questions of the wicked should suffer. It creating and preserving sucha shall be in writing and shall state th-:
,t ..for himself. was this belief in vindictive community. ? place of residence and post office ad
t dress of the claimant and shall be swornto IMAGINE! 45" WIDE HAND
.. Of course he will seek to punishment that made men ac .\
II The word "Christian" has by the claimant his agent his attorney
I said that there is another
l profit by the wisdom of others,' cept hell. This is part of the and any such claim or demand -: WASHABLE AND CREASE .
sense in which man had various different not so filed shall be void. ;
.t but he will have to select for harm done by the notion ol f every mean Myrtle de Vaux ReynoldsAs t
does as he pleases. No one but at different times. executrix of the Last Will and I RESISTANT SUITABLE FOR
; t, himself the people he is to consider "sin. ings Testament of
'r wise, and he will not re- a fool indulges every impulse Throughout most of the cen- NORMAN DE VAUX. deceased ; SUITS, JACKETS, JUMPERS, ; ; ;
but what holds a desire in First publication August 24 194
.i gard even what they say as un- Does an agnostic do whatever check is always some other de- turies since the time of Christ, (3569) 8:24, 31; t:7. 1BACKTO/ I + CASUALS & FORMAL WEAR '

l, ? questionable. he pleases? it has meant a person who believed '
He will observe that what In in another. AND CHLDREN'S CLOTHES L
t one sense, no; sire.A in God and immortalityand
} passes as "God's law" varies sense, everyone does whatever man's anti-social wishes held that Christ was God. IN VERDEN GREEN, RED,
from time to time. The Bible he pleases. may be restrained by a wish But Unitarians call themselves 'BURNT
(ffi) WINTER BLUE BLACK
r, says both that a woman must Suppose, for example, you I to please God, but they may Christians, although they do not I ,

not marry her deceased bus- hate someone so much that you I also be restrained by a wish i believe in the divinity of Christ, TOAST, FROSTY PINK, PEACOCK '.
.
-- ---- to his friends to
please or win and SCHOOL '
many people nowadays use I AND PEARLINE -
,the respect of his community, the word God in a much less it
t. I About The Author or to be able to contemplate precise sense than that whichit SMARTLY + A TRULY FINE FABRIC AT V"rII ir PARIS ORIGINAL RICCI

himself without disgust. But if used to bear. I IN + AN EXCITING LOW PRICE 13.1 Bf NINA

l ,he has no such wishes, the 'I 1 1.00 A YARD!
Bertrand Russell, winner of the Nobel Prize in ,mere abstract precepts of morality Many people who say they SINGERFABRICS
literature, is one of the most original, incisive him believe in God no longer meana Floor
will not keep straight.
minds of the twentieth I Piece Goods Shop2nd
.f and significant century. I person, or a trinity of per
than 40 books Mr. Russell has A5A. ,I'
; Through more i sons, but only a vague ten-
made lasting contributions to many fields: phi How does an agnostic regard ,,

losophy, mathematics, logic, political thought, I the Bible? : r .

' theories of education and social problems. His An agnostic regards the Bible

Nobel Prize citation called him one who has "con- exactly as enlightened clerics .t._

stantly figured as a defender of humanity and i,regard it. I ..

freedom of thought." !, He does not think that it is ,7
His family has played an important role in Eng- .
divinely inspired; he thinks its 4'
lish history since the sixteenth century. .
early history legendary, and
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He said a "very rough" estimate of the cost of remodel- revitalization program, UF President J. Wayne Reitz ;4x 1 -r- / L .,l

ing the north block facing Courthouse Square is $ ,000. encouraged the success of the facelifting plans.In r 1 -,1 1J .-,- 1 jf/ .

The work includes new paint jobs for the buildings. Reaves addition to the University, other firms that have con- -- j

prepared a master color palate for the entire "Facelift proj- tributed to "Operation Facelift" include the four architectural rTi'r 7 I 'SII

ect, choosing shades of yellow, orange blue, green, and firms donating $1,000 worth of time and services Reaves
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A primary emphasis in Reaves plan is on the second City of Gainesville and the City Planning Dept.
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Square Todayj built starting this week. The University of Florida project was added to the downtown facelifting program

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I'"' Key Role for 'Speaker' RowellBy Fall Concerts to Open



The first of the fall trimester, Compositions by Mozart, Jones, coloratura soprano. Miss

but chances he Rowell's words, it was "just:concerts at the University ofj'' :Schubert, Verdi and Richard Jones is a graduate of Oberlin
By ALLEN MORRIS'TALLAHASSEE ., There's never been a slipup ers, as that is a basic political j I pleased are 1
S Fellow .but Rowell, like his predecessors -requirement. I won't be awed. i like old home week" and he j Florida will be given this week.!:Strauss will be presented by University and is now a student -
the of at the Musik Hochsch u ]
to Buckingham University's Department sin
c has taken the precaution As a sergeant in the U. S.I accepted an invitation
Democratic members of the 65 Rowell would be the first to I I
:Music in the Medical Science Hamburg,
Palace. Not So Humble Germany.
of getting pledges from those Air Force during World War
will be 1
House of Representatives that he most effectively -!
I agree operates auditorium Wednesday
From those nominated last II, he had the idea and earned Barbara, one of the two Row! I Building Williard Brask, assistant
giving E. C. Rowell a birthday WASHINGTON (AP) The
] as a person-to I at 8:15 of at
per- pm. professor theory
time. born in piano
month. spring for the first it off of having Princess ell daughters, was
next i Atomic Commission distributed
present Energy -
I son persuader rather than as Elizabeth, now the Queen, England. She's a junior at the Serving as vocalist for t > e the University, will be the pI-
This will be the speakership, But Rowell has had something copies of a scientific
an orator. A fascinating sightin come to his base near Bedford, University of Florida. The other I event will be Miss Helen BellIN ano accompanist.
and although his 50th birthday! more of a problem than paper being delivered today at
the House chamber duringthe England, to christen a Flying Diane, attends Lake-Sumter .
actually is Oct. 1 and the des those who have gone before, for a Geneva, Switzerland, meet-
63 session was Rowell vig- Fortress on the occasion of her Junior College at Leesburg. I THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN'
ignation will come two days there were (and are) these uncertain AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA -' e'e444
for collea- ing.An
orously gesturing a : 18th birthday.The : ,
Rowell has had his and attached read
later, the Wildwood farmer-bus- elements: ((1)) Will the to shut and sit down.: ups note in IN RE:
Jnessman thinks that's close 112-seat reapportionment of the gue up princess named the I]downs. He's sold life insurance part ESTATE OFAAARYC,
He thinks bills occasion-
KOHN. D@cusM
House stand? and (2) How good "Rose of York" in the pres-j and LP gas, managed a fleet i "This is a short version ofi i iI NOTICE TO CREDITORSALL
have death
It'llnot be a many of the Democratic nomi- ally by been talked to \ence of her parents. Afterwards,|\of crop dusting airplanes in I the full paper. A copy of the I C. Kohn.CREDITORS deceased,of are the hereof Estate of notified Mary r
sponsors. '
the then Queen, chatting with states truck and required to file claims or demands -
nees will fall before Republican five operated as a full paper is available for rev- any

surprise pres- opponents? When Sumter's five term Rowell, learned he had mar- broker. Now, he's a truck farmer erence at the AEC's downtown Estate In which the they Office may of the have Count against Judge said,
of ,
sent, course CrackerTolitics representative is nominated I ried a Bedford girl the former a cattleman, and runs an Washington office." Alachua County, Florida in the Courthouse -
,
for the: custom It well could be argued that in Gainesville Florida within six I
speaker, he'll be mightyToday Marjorie Aylott. Then, in independent small loan office. (6) calendar months from the date of I .
of the.House is Speaker-designate Rowell will the first publication of this Notice. Each,
its i I But there were lean days, too. Acllai to Speak claim: or demand must be In writing I
.to designate.. possess more political power wasn't and must state the place or residenceor
there
next speaker than many of his predecessorson !Once, he says, any MINNEAPOLIS AP) Am- post office address of the claimant
demand for his checks "evI and must be sworn to by the claimant -
during the reg the rostrum, for the next! In History bassador Adlai E. Stevensonwill his eent or his attorney cr It will
erybody was holding one. become void according to law.
ular session governor will be wanting to I speak at the Midwestern
-- the impression thai DATED this 31st day of Ausnt' AD
two years ahead of ,the_one over take a record of instant accomplishment You get governors conference opening 1964..

which he-is to preside. Accord- to the voters in 1966,By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS'signed aboard the battleship I I'Rowell's desire to be a good Wednesday Minnesota Gov. I(seal(s) O. G. KOHN :

ingly, Rowell.was selected first I in asking them to stretch his: f ftwo'ear Today is Monday, Labor Day,,Missouri.Ten speaker may result from the a faith determination -I Karl Rolvaag conference host,: Administrator of Mary C. Kohn of the Der*EsVt"'>''*

at the '63 session.. i term to six years ],Sept. 7. It is the 251st day of: to justify announced Sunday night. FAGAN. CROUCH & ANDERSON
ago-Chinese Nationalist of those who believed in him 212 Southeast First. Street
The forthcoming caucus, Under the Florida system, the i 1961. There are 115 days left in years Stevenson will speak at the 1 1I Gainesville Florida
"d Wns.
again in the traditional setting; 1 could help him nsid-i!the jear.Todaj bomber planes and war during the -- state .dinner Thursday evening. Vttorneys. for Administrator
k ,speaker I "597) 9:J._'-4. II. n_ ___ _____ _
of pohticalli-minded Tampa after !erably, for committees in the ''s highlight in history; ,ships made their heaviest at --I Ifor II

legislators tried out hospitality -House are.appointed by the pre- tack in five years on Commu I -

elseWhere: for a numberof \1:siding officer. A friendly committee -I; On this date in 1892, the first nist-held islands in the Amoy OIL SUMMERCLEARANCE

years, serves the purpose of I can get proposed laws boxing match of importance in area and the mainland coast.

allowing the Democratic nominees -over their first big hurdle. Too, this country, the heavyweightJohn Five United BURNER iIfiJti
I ago-The
to ratify what has been I'the speaker has other ways of L. Sullivan and James J. States, Britain years France and Russia SERVICE

done. ,i influencing the course of legis- Or-
Corbett, was held in New announced the formation ol
lation. leans. Marquis of Queensberry I
NOTICE TO DEALERS a new 10-nation disarmament nt nrnnt
OFFICE 0* THE STATE ROAD I., But Rowell says he has no rules prevailed for the first time committee.! ruler sea ON

I DEPARTMENT Tallahassee. Florida wish to take advantage of this I and Corbett won in 21 rounds. v

Sealed bids will be received August in the Si. Purchasing lt64.(situation. He has said he has One year ago-More than 80f .uuuI. TWO SPEEDPORTABLE
On this 'date
Division of the State Road Department no laws 'to' pass, no political I students were arrested in Saigoi
A ME :.T.) on
the I5 h day until of 10:30 September >W. for the ambitions to trade favors for, In 1822 Brazil declared its independence (for demonstrating against the 1 {,

sale of the following Items, as is( and but only the desire-for very from Portugal.In South Viet Nam government. .su s
i
where Road Is. DaWrt ends various laaState personal reasons-to have his

tions as shown and en the Tubes bid blanks: House colleagues and his Sum- 1940, Nazi planes attacked ONLY
Scrap Tires 4 ]
Old Batteries. Used Drums.Metal Scrap ter County constituents say he London in their first heavy night I ARMY WORMS expert oil burner 20"

Surplus Aluminum Miscellaneous and Scrap Equipment did a creditable job of impar- raid of the Battle of Britain.In $599

Surplus Miscellaneous Hardware Items tial presiding."I'd DESTROYGAINESVILLE repairs call us soon FANWITH ;
Instruments
S.
Surplus Survey 1945, President Harry
and MlscelIa.s -
Surplus Office Item. Furniture like to consider myself Truman received the surrender. at FR 68866You'll

A proposal certified guaranty check,consisting cashier's of check either a referee," Rowell once papers which- the Japanese -na<1'f I .

trust a company treasurer's check orbank plained. "The House is ex-\1\ I LAWNS
Make the most of
of nat onal er state bank.In G.E. MOTOR your
draft any trouble.
the amounts specified m the bid to set the rules and then, if save .
blanks. made payable to the Governor Speaker I'm going to try to ;et' smort foil clothes.-wear
N lawns have been
Gainesville
of the State of Florida must ec- too.
company nail have each tne necessary bid. :tl tlcr Ftor- 1 the members' to play by- those severely attacked during the money, a high-heeled glow to pay

ida Documentary Stamps attached The rules? post three weeks by on insect
of the successful bid S' also solve compliments. It's bow-
ders proposal will guaranty be held pending the complete Each person applies his own known as the Army Worm. We can a

and satisfactory removal of aK Hems standards of, judgment and During the early stages of infesiatioa fuel oil needs trimmed pump In red or

awarded.Bid Wanks for each classification listed Rowell may appear to many as the worn feeds at your Two Speed Control Switch _
I
above will be furnished ia .dealers being less of the suave parliamentarian the base of the grass Bear the brown: PatentUts,
upon application ta the Purchasing DW 1 1t'tt with high quality All Steel Cabinet
.1Z
vision of the State Road win Department not be than his .immediate) I closed Bad coaseqiMBxIy heavy

Tallahassee recognized Florida.txBIded 1Jr.s.w bid predecessors, Mallory E. Homeof I f38tW1 i damage CM occur before the Phillips 66 products. One Year Guarantee03V.C Central Cfarae _. -
blanks Bidder should request blankS Tallahassee and William V.! worm is aoticed. The adult female -
In which he
the classifications
tor only mmmm
is Interested. Chappell Jr., of Ocala. But legislative -' lays up to one thousand

It will present not be at necessary the opening for of I"W bids.bidderto as observers will not be' eggs and damage sometimes VAURPHY CO

--nM bidder will fce !*t..1foct by to over night. m *
lt deceived about his degree seems. appear
r 'r it to be made at the tini. ... BOB'SSHOE I
rate, certified check; 01'shrewdness. Few men get tospeaker : I The surest approach is ta call

c ?ck. State road De without possessi n A/.sk.s largest Jefl/nf Florida Pest Control & Chemical THOMAS OILCOMPANY I1
R "e'rve4 by the TOILET TANK BALL
l.rlme"lT to r elect any or all ri OE PAH VENT I
ROAD The eCaeiit W..., MM**iMtanriy steps
OF FLORIDA PURCHASINGDIVISION House> is made' up .of 'people -2661 for a free estimate ....dillSpccti. i
the w *f water after each Aeildg. OF PARKING" it
"PLENTY FREE
Lawrence T omee- Purchasing I.I skilled in appraising the 75C A.r HA.lDWA.H STORES .... II.t

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A' JOHN R. HARRISON President and SOUTH Chief 'Cowles Washington Bureau

publisher PAT COWLES. Vice Prcsi- WASHINGTON The white-wash and cover-up in the Baker

Florida's Beautiful dent; Ed JOHNSON. VICe President 1 case was no better illustrated than a week before Senator
Ml
and Executive Editor} W. G. ( )
:' tf'r EBERSOLE Vic PrtsidMt and Adv / Williams of Delaware blew off the lid with his $35,574.32 kicKback -
jJ University City By RALPH McGILL
.. .rtiMf Director ftOB TARTA6LIONE : charge.
PiUli r Prt: Winning blither ?
.-. Viet President and CircvUUo Manager. Of the Atlanta, (Ga.) ConftitntlM This was on July 27 when the Senate was sanctimoniously

= debating a resolution requiring only a limited disclosure bf
THE SUN'S POLICY ,,,,.,
:; x,: the financial interests of senators and Senate employes.

1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. 'LittleGrains It came out that the investigating committee in the Baker

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. 'i case headed by Senator Jordan of North Carolina deliberatelyand )

:;+ 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. .k' ': with forethought declined to call before it contractor
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The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 : Of ? Matthew H. McCloskey, former ambassador to Ireland- and
Democratic fund raiser.
Want Ads376.4672Mathematical

\ .1 D SENATOR JORDAN informed the Senate that there was no

Confusion Sand' ., .: ? reason to call McCloskey because Senator Clark of Pennsylvania -
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the that
W had received assurances from contractor every
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trying ( other things) to finda New thing was OK about his payment for the performance bond
i The resolution urging President among York Notes:. This is
1 stadium in the District of Columbia..The
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J Johnson to seek to deprive the Soviet formula by which the objectors one of those little drops of bond had to be provided before he got the contract and 4>if

-... Union and other willful delinquents could pay enough to :avoid raisingthe water, little grains of sand 4.- he chose to give it to one person rather than another it is
pieces. It is
? t'' of their votes in the United Nations voting question next fall but still oft-asked an answer to the .' '""- none of our business as I see it," Senator Jordan said.

question in politi- o--s-.._ _....
keep their principles intact. It didn't
I if they don't ,
i =: General Assembly pay cal discussions of "What canI Senator Williams thoughtotherwise. I

!4 'I == up sailed through both the U. S. work. do?" '['HEWRl.lV3 FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST He said it mightbe

: merely routine but he 1
House and Senate. :
Carmine
= The United States still has some G. DeSapio was would like to see the $72,631.28 t

p. = In the U.N. finance case, congressional dismissed from official New check for the performance
w hope that the Soviet Union will make t
t r' nudging is not necessary. The York City politics at a meet- Will LBJ Be ? bond. "It may be interesting," 1
some kind of payment before the ing of the state committee Ready Williams .said. t
\ == administration has been pushing 1
last minute, but prospects look poorer during the recent Democratic -
:: hard every way it can think of to now. convention at Atlantic And it was interesting be- I

.: get the Soviet Union, France andy City. Hrui $nrk Qftmrs suring if we felt that the American government who cause there 'was no .$72,- 1

: other countries to pay the assessments U. S. was studying these knows less than Presid ent 631.28 check. The check was
real
There is dilemma here. U. N. Less than decade
.. a a ago De- By JAMES RESTON for 109205.60 as Senator 1
its Johnson about the creati
have been withholding. problems seriously with v e
: they
peace-keeping is and Sapio was the most powerful Williams
I more more essential discovered when he C
allies and minds outside the
= Some countries have made payments Democrat in the WASHINGTON The getting ready political
II state. As
under present conditions of for that whenall finally got his hands on it 1
happy day government.Even
: in order to avoid the risk of losing the head of Tammany Hall he man who is running LyndonJohnson's and exposed a photostatic
paralyzing nuclear balance of ter- election the pugnacious nonsenseof President Kennedywho t
= their vote next fall. Guatemala was ruled with dispatch and suc- cam- copy in the Senate.
ror yet the intransigence of the cess. He was a tough realistin paign is, oddly enough Lyn- the various election cam- was interested in crea-

;:. the latest. objectors is all but paralyzing U. N. a two-party state where don Johnson. He is settingthe paigns is over. tive people had to admit The question was and is,

'= But the Soviet Union, other Communist peace-keeping. The U. N. pulled out politics are cannibalistic in strategy, picking the The policy planning that he scarcely knew any what was the extra $35,574.32
of the he for?
people appointedto
the travel staff of the Sate According to the testi-
issues Departmentunder
the arranging
of the Congo in spite of clear extreme. In such a situ-
most signs
: countries, France, and ation mistakes are almost al- plans, handling the press Walt W. Rostow, of the highest positions of mony of insurance agent Don

of the Arab ,countries still refuse. that the big African republic was ways fatal.DeSapio tinkering with the speeches course, thinks about t he se his administration. He was Reynolds, who was handling

They refuse on principle, arguing falling apart again. On little Cyprus, and doing all this for things and the President has intelligent, forehanded, and the performance bond transaction i

: .... that U. N. peace-keeping activities the U. N. has been powerless to keep made his in 1956. Hubert Humphrey and appointed a series of com- confident enough, however, he kept $10,000 for
the That year the Tammany or- Bird Johnson too. mittees that will to organize a talent hunt himself and the remaining
not voted and controlled by the U. N. peace among a mere half-million Lady report 0 n
; ganization chose to give little mobilized all the domestic problems after the long before election day un- $25,000 went to Baker for
to the embittered residents (with consider- He has
: Security Council are contrary more than lip service to the from election. But it might be der his brother in law, "the Johnson-Kennedy cam-
strategists
; ...,. Charter, and consequently are voluntary able support from abroad for'the national ticket led by Adlai Kennedy Larry O'Brien to Kenny useful to have a small Sargent Shriver, and it was paign fund of 1960." In other

; operations not binding on all rival Cypriot factions.) Stevenson. DeSapio, knowingthat O'Donnell, and all the old group of thoughtful and experienced Shriver who mobilized the words, as Reynolds told it,
Stevenson could roster of exceptional m e nand there
: members. not stem Roosevelt crowd from Dean men from the was an overcharge for

i Yet negotiations on future U. N. the Eisenhower tide, cynically Acheson and Clark Cliffordto principal allied coun t r i es women from whom Ken- the performance bond to hide
,. put all his energies into nedy picked his principal a very sizeable contributionfor f
the Arab peacekeeping are under and Jim Rowe, and'aU the thinking together from now
: France and most of countries way, winning local elections. But until the end of the aides after he won. Lyndon B. Johnson's po-
two years' delinquent wrecking the U. N. would not help. Texas gang from Governor year litical
: are not now DeSapio had overlooked one Jenkins about what can be done benefit and handled by (

but seven Communist coun- The problem is to keep the pressureon detail a rare thing in a Connally to Walter in 1965 to end the malaisein ALL THIS MAY seem remote his Senate protege, Bobby
he is still
but
t tries are. the delinquents without provok- man who knows that in poli- piloting every- the alliance and from the hoopla of the Baker, the former secretary 1
: himself the air- proposenew
except
tics details are important.The thing campaign, but men who seek of the Senate majority. e
r ing wholesale withdrawals from the planes. ways of regaining a
the presidency and this
r U. N. sold bonds to postpone U. N. This is a matter of art callingfor of Greenwich sense of purpose.
The population Meanwhile, of course, he goes .for Goldwater as wellas NONE OF THIS has been

: the financial reckoning and got a flexibility and ingenuity, not Village where DeSapio's is trying to deal with the THE Johnson have an obli- proved but it is a story so {

t : World Court opinion that the peace- harrumphs and Ultimatums. home ward and political club the Allies, and the neutrals, JOHNSON is not administration gation to be ready for the serious in its implications and,

: keeping assessments were obligations was located had been chang- not to mention specific irritations ideas as it is on as strong political on victory they always claimis plainly speaking, in,its reflections -- '\
ing. like Viet Nam and inevitable.It on the President of the \
all members but the objec- tactics, and it is not
: of as attractive -
the Congo, and all this is less than two monthsto United States that it is hardly t
The callous desertion of
t tors still object. Fortunately, the congressional to men of ideas as
raises a couple of interest the election now and onlya conceivable that a Senate
Stevenson infuriated of "
,.. resolution strengthens the president many ing questions.IF the Kennedy administration. little over four months un- committee would have been so 1
i the area's new Democrats.Soon .
Accordingly, if it wins in
s : Earlier this summer, U. N. Secre- without tying his hands. A manda- after the election, which November and wants to be til the inauguration in Jan- brazen as to sweep it under t
HE will he be To plan during the the rug. ..
WINS uary.
made trip to
tary General U Thant a tory congressional demand would Eisenhower won overwhelm- ready with new men and
? Whereis campaign for victory is always -
to
i Paris, Moscow and other capitals, have been a mistake.I' ingly, a small group of Stevenson ready govern new ideas to make up for difficult for the To have adjourned this investigation
he going and who is going party
Democrats organizedas its inevitable exhaustion it with this matter
out of but it is
com-
: with him? power
I the "Village Independent must act now to find dangling and without
calling
new
for the
Democrats." In 1957 they dar- A campaigning president policies and recruit paratively easy party McCloskey for testimony un
Voice new that controls all the executive
of the ed for the naturally doesn't I i keto der oath and
for
J challenge DeSapio public officials. cross exami-
People think about these things. departments and is in touch
nation calls into
of district chairmanof
position The question just: t
consequence of Lyn- with all the allies.
He is with the
I Greenwich Village. De- preoccupied don what the motives of the majority
immediate crises of the Johnson's mastery of President Johnson obviously
I'l\\t I On The Sun's Opinion Page- J Sapio easily defeated them. ernment and the elect i ion.gov- politics, not surprisingly, is cannot do this while he is- on this committee were.

In 1959 the reform group He has to save his politicallife his weakness in the fieldof both driving the campaign Except for Senator Williamsthe

: tried again. This time De before deciding what to ideas and men of ideas. trains up front in the engine matter would have rested
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters
must be siqned and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should Sapio received only 54 per do with it. But the world No man of his time has been and making the speeches there and the cover-up would

i. : not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side o* the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The cent of the vote. He was does not accommodate the involved for so long so prom- from the caboose, but he have' been complete. This is

.. Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or startled and worried. Two United States by standingstill inently at the heart of the could set it up easily enough. not the only matter which

intent- years later DeSapio was de while Americans are has been left dangling. Nor is

i Probing petition for review to an Ap- the city manager or his desig feated. He fought back. In choosing a leader and there- it the only matter about whi.<-h

peals Board to be set up and nated representative may en- 1963 he spent lavishly and fore it is perhaps not too Washington Memo there is gossip and as vet

; : The Proposed thatThe ter for the purpose of ascer- worked hard for a come- early in fact it is already unconfirmed raw information
Appeals Board will be a taining back. on certain other highly questionable -
compliance at any- He lost. He charged very late to start
| Housing Code group of people appointed by time. votes had been cast illegally.A planning for the post elec- activities. The Jpr-

the City Commission and The existing statute is so state court sustained his tion problems.In dan committee quite evidently
"* Tuesday night The Gainesville therefore in sympathy with vague as to what constitutesa charges. The election was the last two years of TIP: It would not be accurate to say that Bobby Kennedy's had no serious intent of car-
Commission will announcement that he was going to run for the Senate in rying the Baker
City the City Commission and City violation that the enforcing held again. DeSapio lost bya transition from Kennedyto case to its
discuss the proposed Housing New York came as a shock to anyone here. One reasonis conclusion.NOR .
Manager, and that official has a carte blanche in larger majority than be- Johnson in the United
Code as recommended by the If homeowner that two weeks earlier the attorney general asked
the gets an terms of what he may do. The fore. States Adenauer to Erhardin
1" City Plan Board. Here, P. W. adverse decision from the proposed code will provide Macmillan to photographers for some of their pictures of him, suitablefor DOES THE Senate
Germany
Thompson raises some questions Appeals Board he can then many more safeguards for Original leaders of the cen- Douglas Home in Britainnot campaign brochures. seem to have any serious intent -

? aBoard the cod and Plan seek a review by the Circuit property owners and tenants tral reform group committeewere to mention the perpetual of dealing with the basic

member Dr. Clayton Court. This will be the first and considerably restrict the the late Eleanor Roose- transition in question of senatorial' integrity -

Curtis outlines the proposals opportunity the citizen will enforcing, officials' powers as velt, the late Senator Her- political the Western Alliance Italy AIRLIFT, JUNIOR SIZE: Among other complications arising raised in the Baker case.

of the code.Questions.. have of being heard beforean they exist under the present bert'Lehman and Thomas K. has -lost its momentum and out of the President's personal economy efforts is the For on this same day, July

elected magistrate, and ordinance. What constitutes a Finletter all three great of direction. Each of fact that the Jetstar executive airplane he uses instead of 27, the -senate voted to recommit -

i ; Should the home owner violation, etc., is clearly spelled and good friends of Adlai sense the major allies has turnedits the big Air Force one never has enough passenger space. the weak resolution

fail to make the required repairs out and the time for com- Stevenson but also some- On a recent trip to the Ranch in Texas, Press Secretary requiring financial disclosureand

f EDITOR, Sun: Citizen of or install the required pliance is longer and the thing more. They wanteda lems attention and become to interal almost prob-as George Reedy who usually goes along so he can reportto substitute for it an even

Gainesville, do you know that facilities as ordered by the avenues of appeal fairer. reform of Tammany. They nationalistic De Gaulle's reporters on anything that happens in flight, had to weaker one.

.* if the Housing Code proposed City Manager or his deputy 2. The proposed code pro- got it. The effect on the total France. as travel in the separate press plane. There wasn't room for But in this Senator Jordanwas

by the present City Commission and should he also fail to vides for a one year period party was to provide morale Washington has tried to him in the Jetstar his seat was taken by a specialAir not the instigator. It was

: is passed and becomes an make an appeal to the Appeals during which owners will be and pride. DeSapio couldn't deal with the Force steward who was taken along so he could clean Senator Everett McKinley ,

ordinance: .Board, then the City Managercan notified of violations but will understand people who didn't this by policing consequencesof eve r y out the cabin during the layover in Texas. Dirksen, the Republican lead:

:, The City Manager, a non- designate the dwelling not be forced to comply. This want anything tangible like problem in the world, on its er of the Senate, who has
"unfit for human occupancy"in will provide a period during patronage or business con- been
elected official, is designated own if necessary. Wher- taking the long and calm
the enforcing officer and he which case the occupant which the code may be tested tracts. He couldn't communicate. ever trouble breaks out BUTTONS: Veterans of the press section at the Republican view of the disclosure of Irregularities -
invade must vacate the dwelling with- without burdening t National Convention now proudly wears little tin cam-
or his deputy can proper y Viet Nam, the Congo, or in the more dig-
your home to determine i in ten days.Is owners. It should also reveal Cyprus there is old uncle paign buttons with the mystic letters RFEP. The letters nified branch of Congress.

whether or not it complies this kind of power we any serious flaws or inequitiesin Today the reform group Sam waving his billy club. stand for Rat Fink Eastern Press. They were devised and Senator Dirksen, indeed,

; with all the requirements of wish to give the City Manageror the Code which can then has refused to support Attor- This obviously is a formulafor purchased privately by an enterprising Rat Fink Eastern re seems more interested in preserving

z the code, and any other official over our be corrected before compli- ney General Robert Kennedy, permanent U. S. involv- porter. The button dealers quickly caught on, and came out the good name of
homes and property? If you ance is enforced. now the Democratic nomineefor with a flashier model "Sensation "
If the City Manager or his ment in every squabble be- : Seeking Reporter. the Senate than in doing any-
\ deputy finds any condition think not, then make your 3. At the preset time over the U.S. Senate. The tween the nations of Asiaor thing about what is giving it i

that is at_variance with the protest known to the City 750 cities in the United States group may be becoming too a bad name.
even the tribes of Africa
Commission before doctrinaire. Its to trsl ,
objection ,
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Sep
have .
Code he then sets a "reason- minimum housing codes
tember 8, when the commis- and Kennedy is that he has not and nobody knows quite ttt'lltt The Dirksen substitute 4
time" in which a repair more are adding them
able
Z. construction must be sion will pass on this ordi- everyday. In Florida Mia mi. given the reformers as much what to do about it.!, would create a commisNon to I'
J or new
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nance. attention and consideration study the problem of ethics P
J made. This time must be less Sarasota Coral Gables, Pen- MAYBE THERE no escape JaeJ] in the federal
P. W. THOMPSON as" the regulars.As tf' government If r
.' than 10 days or more than 90 sacola, Daytona Beach and ut. it woujd\ be reas- k- '4 and make recommendations I'

days and Tallahassee have minimum to 'whaa small group j in
a couple of
This
r" If the violation is of such And AnswersEDITOR housing codes. In the near fu- can do, the story of the ori- the pending business ypars. before is I'I,

.. character that repairs or alteration ture, Lakeland, Jasper, ginal New York reformers is POTOMAC FEVERSen. the Senate now and it would ,,1
.
: cannot bring the Sun: Colonel l Graceville, Niceville, Orlandoand clear enough. Hard work be hard to devise a less effective -

structure into compliance, the Thompson has quoted from Pompano Beach will add persistence and fervor can, of
way dealing with
: City Manager must issue an several parts of the proposed such codes to their ordinances. in time, accomplish much. Goldwater promises the GOP will end the draft as soon as possible. It's the problem.

order to vacate the premises housing code but has neglected 4. Minimum'housing codes already started, in fact it didn't draft Gov. Scranton.

.* (in other words you are kick- to mention several important are supported by such con- .

:$ ed out of your home), or factors: servative organizations as the A wife's definition of retire- Goldwater says we work from January through April just to provide the

i The City may perform or 1. Under the present Dangerous National Association of Real ment:' Twice as much husband government with spending money. Best argument yet for winter vacations. Don't lose faith. Just -thinkof

cause to be performed the repairs Buildings Code (ArticleII Estate Boards, the U. S. on half as much income all the millions of people

I alterations, demolition Gainesville Code) the city Chamber others., of Commerce and Despite strong House opposition, the President is pushing his MedicareBill. who haven't done you a dirty

or vacation of the premises manager or his representative (The Sun Dial) And it looks as though. Congress may pass it, perhaps even by the time he's trick yet.Wichita. .
involved and the expense of already have the power to do S. Enactment of such codes eligible.

such performance by the City everything cited in Colonel demonstrates that a local ( Kan., Eagle)_

shall constitute a lien against Thompson's letter, i. e., the community Is willing to look One of the of liv- Sen. Williams seems to think a $25,000 kickback on the $20.000,000 D. C. e
the property, and power to require owner or ten- after its own problems and is problems
j
stadium job is too much. Shucks, Senator, it's not as though they gave trad-
ing in small town is that
i If such a thing should happen ant to vacate, to demolish or one of the best ways of avoiding a ing stamps too. Something that can make

1 to you, you would have to repair. Failure to .comply federal intervention in the none of us understand or appreciates you feel numb at one end

; ten days in which to appeal allows the city, to do the form of public housing, urban those. jokes about and dumb at the other is de-
s decision order of the work and assess the property renewal etc.. psychiatrists. The U. S. government is considering spending f 3,000,000 on ice making equip-, fined as a lecture.
k ;;this or :c .
'. '" ment to turn the Lincoln Memorial .pool into a skating rink.. Just what we
I City.Manager by entering a owner for the'post.Further' CLAYTON CURTIS, (Sparta Wis. Herald ... '
) need-taxpayers on the rocks.- ., :. 4 (Emporia, Kan., Gazette)
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UJOf 0 III fn I It's Your Turn to Judae Paris Stvles 'Inside Tallahassee'

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By JEAN SPRAIN WILSONAP house of Christian Dior is hoping Perhaps, you'll be inclined to (what woman isn't?) and will took to looking like refined Program Set by LeagueAs

Fashion Writer so. He has created some wear tiny white boots with therefore adore her dresses ladies again.

NEW' YORK (AP) Now bulky tweeds to wrap around everything, as Andre Courreges tiered, ruffled, or wraparound No matter how the buyers I As a kick off to the two year first hand information, which

DUD THE it's your turn to speak up. you, with huge mink collarsto hopes you will. Or, maybe, if as you have worshiped have believed, you may decide study of the Florida Legisla will be of great value in the
: You've been word-fed buyers you're thin and youthful, your that this young disciple of Dior, I ture, its structure, procedu r e sand two-year study of Florida state
muzzle in and '
your nose ( her suits, handbags, and
b.i Senator. government, Mrs. Maurice
and fashion writers' versions ballot will be cast for Jules now on his own, is right in protracting powers : Emory
which few Russians have the even her hairbows. Cross and t i Ahrens, chairman, said.
Representa
about what went on in those Crahay of Lanvin for his rake an elongated silhouette, v e press
plush Parisian salons for more rubles ,to buy.) ish skinny suits muffed around transparent hems, a floating, Ralph Turlington will meet with ArchitectureDames
than a month. the throat with tweedy scarvesof languid look for evening. the Gainesville League of Women -
Nadghty lace dresses, bat Could be that you feel as
f f llY You've heard the verdict, no wing sleeves on many gar- furs. Yves St. Laurent has concludedit's You're the judge. You cast a Votes 10. on Thursday, September Meeting

doubt, that Andre Courreges is ments, and flat shovel beretsare Chances are you are already time 'women gave up all more powerful ballot than word. Meeting September 15, the
the rising new star in the style other Bohan offerings.Girl a Coco Chanel fan, this mannish foolishness and You vote with fashion, dollars. The meeting is scheduled at 8 UF Architecture and Fine Arts
Weimer in Room 401 in the Coun- Dames will be entertained at
Ruth
constellation that last year'sgenius '.' .v>',,':'...g. ,.....' ...:;,....:,.:. r;. "''lI:4:: > {:: ,," <. p.m.
: Women's Editor Yves St. Laurent, is a e'e ''':'''T: W":" v "i":'6:>:;:;{f.'} ,,>:p..f",>. v",.f, .i ty Court House. the home of Mrs. David Wilmot,
1 falling star; and that Coco Cha- A.. : ; I This first meeting of the sea- 1232 NW 36th Drive, for their
nel is pasted permanently up ; son promises to be an informa first meeting of the season.
: ChurchCircles here. I 1 ; tive program as these two leg- The date was incorrectly announced I

I But whatever judgments the R.i----- u P lJ i islators will give personal and for Tuesday evening.

i fashion trade and publications ..

have[ made, the creators and
their works are on trial allover ] I
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again beginning today -* : >:'
k with you sitting in the jury box. t :
,TUESDAY, September 8 I
By today, figure the experts, r : ...,
First Lutheran Church Ladies it is safe to release photographsof 4 t I !
I
Guild .
i all that went on. II I :- \
t Esther Circle, 8 p.m., Mrs. A picture is worth more ....j r .

I ,L. Zimmerman, Millhop- than $10,000 to style plagiarists : ,: ;>: 1 '\.
.per,Road., who might try to beat 1i
t .5t. Anne's.Circle ,of St. Pat. them in getting own designson _

,. rick's Church, 1:30 p.m., Mrs. the market, figure couture :. f(; Take 'up. to 36 months to pay at our
Robert B. Myers. members of the Chambre de f I., Iwr. t pr'cM. Furniture Manu-
MainSt.
'f. "e House South
First Methodist Church, WSCS Syndicate.. e> f at S'juth I3th St.

10 a.m., Circle 1, Bethany 4L I rT ETtaPZ' .
.Room; Circle 2, Mrs. W. J. Hence they've delayed until { -
.Nolan, 1029 NE 23rd Boulevard now in asking your judgementuntil .i1

i ; Circle 3, Mrs. P. C. their paying overseas '. if.iAI: : :1.IY.. + ..'
.TYha '
; : 'ti :
-Moore, 3724 SW 5th Place Circle customers could receive their i" 'j:" <

I 5,.-Mrs. M. 0, Watkins, purchases and themselves .A ,:y n
I .1115.NE 3rd Street; Circle 6, tear them apart for line-for- : 'ri

Mrs. R. C. West, 1205 SW 11th lines, adaptations, and French v,& <&,s i?>* y. x **_f*v w i I
Avenue, Mrs. John Moor inspired ready to wear gar- -J-y-

, man' .1008 NW 21st street. ments to sell to you. That timeis Ii IiI

A.3 Clayton p.m., ,Circle 325 NW 8, 30th Mr.St.E., now.So what is your attitude, ---. .. ... ..'..,,....I,- ".,... .' .. I _ __ ____ _
' for towards .
Circle 9, Mrs. E. L. Fouts, example, wear- PARIS FASHIONS READY TO BE COPIED From left,

323 NW 24th Street; Circle ing long* pants for day and model steps out in long slim pants with crease stitched in,
Donald Morrison, 529 night, work and play? You'll
10, Mrs.
sleeveless topper, boots and baby bonnet, all by the most r c a ., 4 ,
NE 1st Street; Circle.11, Mrs.J. be seeing them-slim, space S e w f +
F. Bishop, 724 NE 8th Ave- age, wide-legged, pleated, nn- publicized designer of the season, Andre Courreges; lace

': nue. pleated, tight, bellbottomed, smock and spangled black lace pants by Jacques Heim; an-
7:30 p.m., Circle 12, Cover with and without short skirts other Courreges model wears white boots and bowler with tf 'bv s.ab. 'K>" F a

i ed Dish Supper, Mrs. Mell and coats over them. two-piece checked wool suit; at right model poses in beige
Atchley, 1627 NW 12th Street. tweed and velvet wrap around coat trimmed and lined with

8 p.m., Circle 13, Miss Mol- Is this the year you'll go Kamtchatka fox fur, and red fox toque, from Marc Bohan's
ly Morrison, 529 NE 1st St. Muscovite? Marc Bohan at the Russian flavored collection for the house of Christian Dior.

,Wesley Community Metho-

dist Church, WSCS CaleTODAY ndar Of Events
9:30: a.m., Annette Haden, The new fall fabrics are here and

Fannie Evelyn Dewar and r they're beautiful Choose while

i Susanna! Wesley Circles, at September'7 Scout WECO Neighborhood Xi Phi Chapter of Beta Sigma our selection is complete .

the church. International Dames, Orga- Meeting, 9:30 a.m.; Phi, 8 p.m., Mrs. Her-
of
First Presbyterian Women nization meeting, 8 p.m., Uni-
the Church: versity Women's Clubhouse, Girl Scout House, 810 NE 8th schell Streit, 1115 NW 35th LININGS
9:45 a.m.: Circle 1, Mrs. RI- West Newberry Road. Street. Avenue. .
chard Schmidt, 700 SW 27th L
Club
Gainesville Bridge ,
.Street; Circle 2, Mrs. Charles 19
7:30 Holiday Inn. One Week $1
.P Rich. 1009 n NW 21st Terrace p.m.. Only Millum Satin d.WOOL .
; Circle 4, Mrs. J. B.Gahan TUESDAY, September S .
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:
J. 3845 SW 3rd Avenue Altrusa Club, 12:15 p.m., 7- .. 0
; Circle 5, Mrs Frederick Holiday Inn.Women's ROYOTwill.l Yd.
'1 Rhines, 1540 NW 37th Ter- Auxiliary to the I ((1 Lii Ff.
race; Circle 6, Mrs. Tewes Alachua County Medical Society i ig

., Kundel, 1829 SW 35th Avenue 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn, I r Sample Cuts 5 to 15 Yd. Pieces Sheath ; 69CYd.Many .
; Circle 7, Mrs. Billy dinner meeting with County
Brashear, 1520 NW 25th Ter- s
Medical Society. THANK -m c. One of 66
race; $
Anna Miller Circle, Covered -
10 a.m.: Circle 3, Mrs. L.
A. Newberry Road; Dish Supper, 7 p.m. Elks \ a Kind
Lowry FOR KNITS Mohair
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LoopWool
Lodge.St.
8 p.m.: Circle 9, Mrs. Robert ) Yard
Patrick's Catholic ,
G. Ashley, 1772 SW 35th '
.' Avenue. Church, Holy Name Society Mohair Nylon
NEWS
IN THE FASHION .
,Circle 11, Mrs. Frank Luk- 8 p.m., Parish Hall, : \

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:too little,sleep, inadequate care Keep the sprinkler going by : J-m.
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underminers are doing ,to you, Yard
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Do you get two glasses of FVN rte} Yard Hand Washable Yard ;i
milk (skim or powdered fat ; Y. famous Sag-No-Mor worst ,
No. 3652 ed jersey permanently bonded to tops
free milk if you have a weightor SCROLL PRINT = quality acetate tricot needs no
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vegetables and fruits, meat and / F.11+.r Lovely scroll print : ) ;
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seafood, whole rain products PARTY PUNCH cardigan top. ;
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lemonade concentrate : i I f a''
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Have been giving / [
you your 1 bottle fn
(4-5 quart) sauterne dis d
skin adequate care? ,chilled illi..Pii4fA) p/oye ele'Ythi"while/Yr
clearly WeI1light"lce
Do you get ,seven to eight 2 cans (12 ounces each) apri t ::<.a t CO"f1marked
hours usually? cot nectar chilled h"-u ,ancJ
; sleep b/e
Most important, have you 1 bottle (28 ounces) c I.u b I : c.N1 FABRICS ) t lOOk thr ooh place to sit o s a

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1 109 W. University Are. People wi//e".obligi"g/ Ju,
off
learned to slough
Have you j. ;.. .r soles
Stir together the sugar, undiluted I onderfu5AJow
or adjust to problems you can- i FR 2-2721 '''e yol
not solved? Have you learned to frozen lemonade concentrate 'I I ,rDa button and a" IrtFinite of tero/s air .
less ? and sauterne until > ,
sane yourself seriously I Y ing"s buck/es
Do you have any real fun? lemonade thaws and sugar I e' counts ones I Sl

Artificial aids can promote a dissolves. Add apricot nectar s tumorrowYi Veslg;: oc .
Restful' atmosphere which is conducive >
and club soda; mix well. br
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; Humphrey Vs. Miller -a :: -' : I THE LIBRARY]1 I



By ARDIS M. BLACKBURNThe I excellent and comprehensive

Rector of Justin, Louis elf-teaching course for th sbeginner
!i-t By ,LOUIS HARRIS in Col-
"Classic Cars
Sen. Hubert Humphreywill Auchincloss, Houghton, Miff- ;
In the initial reaction of voters,
'
contribute more to the Democratic ticket than Rep. Wil- THE Un Co., 1&4. or" (J. R. Buckley) twenty-

liam Miller will to the Republican ticket, as the Vice Presi- i +.:, four color pictures of splendid
HARRIS automobiles of the 20's and'SQ's,
Mr. Auchincloss's novel
) new ,
November's election.
dential candidates in this !(
leads Sen. Gold- '"'" "The Rector of Justin," is a with notes; "Posers" and
While President Lyndon Johnson Barry ..
SURVEY "More Posers" (Philip K a P-
test shows rare find in this day of fevered
water by 62-38%, a straight out Humphrey-Miller each
writing and harrassed lantwo small books,
%. prose.It
the Democrat, winning 70-30
proceeds at a dignified and with eighty "hurdles for rea-
,: : Humphrey's appeal!, according the voters: stems largely The results by key groups, however, tell a fascinating and leisurely pace and suggests the sonably agile minds", which

from his experience in public office and his acceptance speech significant story: r'k writing of Henry James or John I can be overcome by the use

at the convention. HUMPHREY. MILLER By KEY GROUPS Marquand. Like much of Mr. of common sense; ''fitness',for

: Contrary to some expectations, Senator Humphrey now HUMPHREY OVER JOHNSON OVER Auchincloss's work, it is more the Whole Family (Paul D.

: has heavy support among those who usually vote Republican, MILLER GOLDWATER of the past than of the presentand I I White & Curtis Mii heUtwen.ty -

i as well as among independents and suburban residents. Not Nation-wide 70 62 it dwells, lovingly on the papers by specialists their

: surprisingly, Humphrey is strong in his native Midwest and :. 4t early years of the present century -subjects, with sensible adviseon

: among rural, Protestant and Jewish voters. Goldwater voters 19 and the later years of the exercise, nutrition and, ..gen

: The only Humphrey weakness and it is a relative one- Johnson voters 89 last century, so that it has a eral health.

'is among regular Democratic 'voters, especially Catholics. nostalgic quality of things long Art and Archaeology"The

: "*" This soft Humphrey area can be attributed directly to the East 68 64 gone but wistfully remembered. Lost Ships" (Peter

I ; wide public belief that Mr. Johnson made his fundamental Midwest 71 7 >r' J 62.' Not that it is a sad story, nC'r Throckmorton) the. wonders

f choice for a runningmate between Hubert Humphrey and South 61- !" : 54 ,' a story written solely of the and adventures of undersea archaeology -

: Robert F. Kennedy. West 69" .'f' ,-: 65 past. The here and the now are ; "Five Cities"i

: Many Catholic voters would have preferred the late Presit _t4C so cleverly linked with the there ([Blanche Brown) a guidebook

t I dent's brother. Southern voters, however, were deeply opposed Cities '12'.. ; 70 and the then that we see the dealing exclusively with

t : to Kennedy, which helps explain Humphrey's appeal over Suburbs 72 60 past in terms of the present. art and covering Athens, Rome,

I S Miller in the South. Towns 71 68 The hook is really a ortraitof Florence, Paris and Londonby

} i A cross-section of American voters was asked following Rural 61 50 a purely fictional man, the.: an art historian who lectures

I the Democratic convention: ,r.' t.. Reverend Francis Prescott -. at the Metropolitan Museum,in

.j : "In case he had to succeed to the Presidency, who would Republicans 45 32 ''- ,:*; D. D., for many year s: New York; "Etruscan Italy"

: Nou rather see as President, the Republican Vice Presidential Independents 76 66 'x headmaster of St. Justin'!; (Henry Harrel-Courtes), the

i 'candidate, William Miller, or the Democratic Vice Presidential Democrats 81 84 School also fictional in l history, culture and civilizationof

: candidate, Hubert Humphrey?" Protestants 71 60 New England.At the Etruscans set forth in

: TOTAL VOTERS Catholics 66 67 UF Student :Featured the time the story opens travelogue form:*"Basic" Draw

I .- Per Cent Jews 88 76 Dr., Prescott is in his eightiesand ing" (Raphael, Ellender) a

Humphrey 56 I w: close to retirement and he richly illustrated description of
Jeri Brown freshman at the of Florida -
University
Miller 24 Part of the reason for Humphrey's strong showing at this a has been the head of the school a new approach on drawing:
is featured in Look Magazine's the .
report on
I : Not sure 20 early stage of the campaign. the lack of knowledge voters for so long that he and it seem Fiction
class of 68. She is one of four girls cited by the -
i Because voters will not be able to vote separately in the have of the GOP candidate for Vice President. This could each a'part of the other. Brian "Children and Others"
who intend
to in .
magazine teaching.At
: Vice Presidential race, we allocated the undecided vote in the change sharply within a matter of a few weeks. Much will present she stresses pursue biological a career research at the Aspinwell, a young and inex- ((James Gould Cozzens:-: a cql-

: traditional way of giving each man his proportional share. depend on the kind of exposure Miller receives and what University. Jeri, the daughter of a retired Air perienced teacher newly come lection of short stories consti.

This allocation makes the Humphrey lead over Miller 70-30%. kind of first impression he makes. is to St., Justin's, keeps a diary tuting the first book publishedby
j Force master sergeant, a graduate of Melbourne
and recounts his impressions of
this Pulitzer Prizewinner -
School. Look .
High ( photo) v :
all around him, centering more since "By Love Possessed"in

t and more on the colossal fig- 1959; "Loyalty Is My. Honour"

I Big DoingsFor ure of Dr. Prescott as his interest (Ewan BuUeraninterest.

ii!'I L1PCHORDS. I in the man grows. And, ing analysis of a German boy's

I \ Qui ts I SEE by I talking to other people and collecting development before, during and
1 : bits of information here
r after Nazism; "Kingdom of Il-
I I and there from old friends and lusion" (Edw. R. -Sheehan) ii

And Discords On BirthdayMARICAIBO old pupils of the Doctor, he -a satiric novel about' Middle .
the SUN gradually builds a picture
up
I
East diplomacy; "As Sounding
i\of him from a variety of view Brass" Ala, Nolan
T.
I : ; BY VERE RICHARDS V e n e z uala:1 ( ) a
__ : points at a variety of times.In compelling story of' "miscar
(AP) The Prieto quintuplets --
GENERAL HOSPITAL day,.parking lot at 2200 NW 13th this way the picture grad riage of justice, based'on'a true
One of the first performances -lerer." The choir is not up tots organist, Willis Bodine. He in-I bawled, wiggled and squealed Sept. 4, 196tBmTHS '. ually forms of this stern and episode; "The Clouded, Sky"

: musically, of the new season I full strength yet, but they forms me they are rebuildingthe through festivities their and finished first in birthday better St.Waldo Pierce Emerson, 1368 exemplary old man from his (John Iggulden)-a novel abouta

I l : was on August 29, and was sang with much skill. The choir loft for greater effi- than their tired Mr. and Mrs. Gonzalo Alday, .NE 1st Ave., and Thomas F. youth to his old age. It is a glider pilot in Australia; "A

It I the singing of the Gainesville :"Happy Wanderer" is one of ciency and that the first thingon shape parents. 317B Flavet I, a girl; Mr. and Barker Jr.,' 2809 NE 10th St., clever device on the part of the Mother's Kisses" (Bruce Friedman .
"It'll be back to
j Ii ;: Boy's Club at the opening exercises .I.their favorite numbers and one his musical calendar will bea work said good Efren getting Lubin Prieto Mrs. Kent McGahey, 602 NW 10:35: a.m. at NE 11th Ter. and author because the reader is irresistibly ) the hilarious story of

t : of the Citizens Bank of' of their best, with the blithe special program on All-Saints 40 ruggedly, handsome father of, 13th Terr., a boy; Mr. and Mrs.C. 28th Ave. Barker cited for fail- drawn into the circleof a son-devouring mother.:
Gainesville. adventure spirit alive in every Day the first Sunday in Nov- : judges and we appraise for
\ : the five boys after a round of M. Stewart, 707 NE 2nd St., ure to yield right of way. Mystery

: The boys sang, "Hey, Look II verse. COne ember. He probably also will repeat "-weekend} partying during which a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jessie James Wiliiams, Rt. 4 ourselves the problems of theDoctor's "Ellery Queen'fr Double Doz-
life and the in
"America Our Heritage the "Five Mystical Songs, Duncan, Cross City, a girl. Box 199 way en" ,
i Me Over", I they were showered with gifts, parked, and a hit-and- an excellent selection
i of he most influential which he'has coped with them.
the late Williams
t : ," and "The Happy Wan- I here is.'the I by Ralph Vaugn toys, cakes and baby foods. ADMITTED I run auto, 11:58 p.m. Saturday at from Ellery Queen's Mystery
I 'organizations musically, which was so well sunginthe The husky, bouncy quints Sandra Arlene Stewart, Maude NW 5th Ave. and 10th St. That is one of the great Magazine; "Two Men in Twen-

t! ; LEGAL NOTICE !Association.Gainesville It has Music a Teachers membership past summer by the choir were born a year ago today, but: Howe, Patricia Ann Myles, Four vehicles, Edsel A. charms of the book, the reader's. ty" (Maurice Procter) an exciting -

t ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS PROJ. I and excellent soloist, Marshal birthday festivities were held Charles Howard, Eugene F. Be- Adams, 1404 NE 19th PL, JamesD. participation in the form- suspenseful novel about
.
HEIGHTS MUNI- of 70 teachersand
ECT: KEYSTONE over private Thomas baritone. The atten- of the finished
t I r CIPAL BUILDING musicians of note from the Saturday and Sunday because ville and Thomas Allen Parker. Preston, Rt. 4, Box 356P, ing portrait safecracking and police procedure -
\ p Sealed bids will be received by the dance that in July from the sketches offered from "
1. Sunday was
(t Keystone Height City Council at the University of Florida and city their father had to return todayto DISCHARGEDCarl Joel E. Esom, 2335 Flavet 3,. ; 1\1 ark of ,Murder"
It a City 7:30 Hall.o'clock Keystone P.M.Heights.Tuesday.Florida September until --schools. The private teaching small and the number certainly his $10.63-a-day job, operating H. Williams, William and James E. Hamby Jr., 309A other times and by other per- (Dell Shannon) another fast-

: 27. 1964.Information for Bidders. Form includes piano, strings, voice deserves repeating. an oil field drill. Peacock:, Charles "Farley, Phyllis -Flavet 1, all minor damage, sons. moving, intricately plotted

t r 2.of The Bid. Form of Contract. Plans SpecW and theory.No Rehearsals began -this week The babies Robinson, Otto, Miller, Theodore Gray III. 10:40 p.m. Saturday at the Suburbia This very freedom of choice Lieutenant Mendoza mystery;
and
,Performance fications and Bond Forms may of Bid be Bond examined count is kept of the in G. H. S. of the sparkling Juan Jose, Fernando and Mario Otis Dewey Smith, Thomas Wig- Drive-In Theater.K. has, unfortunately, given some "The Antagonists" jWm.[ Haggard -

0. In Florida the or City from Hall.the Keystone office of Heights.Don R. members from each studio, but operetta "Camelot," by Lerner are growing and healthy. gins, Lillian Griffis, Worley W. Campbell 1015 NE 24th I critics a chance in to the look book for hidden and- ) superior- spy thriller,

a Morgan. Architect. P. O. Box 57. Keystone in the annual Junior Festivalput and Loewe. In the first in- There is only a slight physical Springfield, Susie Morris, Nor- Terr., parked, and Woodrow meanings set in upper-class Britain.
Florida. have bits of dirt
I Hieghts. they dug
I PLAN AND CONTRACT DOCUMENTa on by the Florida Federation -troductory rehearsal last Wed resemblance among them. Except -ma Hazard and son, Reba Tay- Jones, 665 NE 17th St., 7:33 p.m. with shouts of up But for the

; 3.PROCUREMENT One 'set of plans and contract documents of Music Clubs and pre- nesday; some of the principalssang for Robinson and Otto, lor and daughter", Willadean Saturday at NE 17th St. and 8th most part critics glee.have taken Biggest Man
p will be furnished to General Con- number from his they appear to have distinctive Denton, Charlotte Weidner, and
: tractors upon receipt of plan deposits senting only the best students, a partin Ave. Jones cited for improper what is apparently: the writer'sown
J as(25.00)follows Twenty: Five Dollars and any the entrants for piano and the show. Heard were Suz- personality traits, according their daughter, Saranell Sheldon and backing causing minor accident. view of thiS.magnificent Biggest man on the 1964 Florida -

111 J unsuccessful General Contractor. upon voice have each numbered well anne Martin as Guinevere, mother. son, Myrle Irland and son, Jac- Eddie Thomas Fowler, 212 SE old man. Furthermore t'hey football squad is tackle

I : ?'and returning contract to Architect's documents Office complete the plans and over 50 and the strings, when Steve Myking as Lancelot, Riki "They're no problem," said quline Bryant, George McCall, 4th PL, and Caroline Hartman I have labeled it a beautiful, piece Dennis Murphy of Cairo, Ga.. ,

C a In after good receipt condition.of bids.within will five be (5)refunded days represented by full strength, Danburg as King Arthur, and Ines Maria Prieto, 36. "Theyare Gladys King, Elvin Bruton, Osborn, 4:45: p.m. Saturday at: of writing, inspirational, absorbing a 6-2, 252 pounder. '

% the, deposit In fulL have been around 100 more, Dennis Sommer as Morderd. never sick: and eat well." Mary Valent, Thomas McPhear- E. University Ave. and WaldoRd. and .
request a sec unique.
a of. If General Contractors son, Margaret Morgan and Smallest is linebacker Jack
; t ond the deposit set of plans wiN be and: Contract Documents and these numbers have been The play has a very'strik- "They eat more than well, Maude Beach. The following books will be Card, a 5-6, 167.pound sopho-

i I (15.00) Fifteen Dollars and If these growing year by year. ing libretto and lyrics and the dear," interjected her husband, available at the Library tomor. more from Coral Gables Flor-
Brenda Sue ,
documents are ret Robinson
and contract 1310 NE
f turned plans complete and Jn good condition The new officers of the Association ., music is quite up to the top pointing to a cardboard box of row: ida.
I within five (5) days after receipt of standard of the l.8-ounce of food. GENERAL HOSPITAL 2nd St., riding a bicycle, and and .
i are: president, Mrs. composer, jars baby History Biography"The
bids the refund wilt\ be: 5, 1964BIRTHS Donald Joseph Stone 3017 NE
;ii 9 (5) Five Dollars! Herman Schnell; vice president, Fredrick Loewe. The story, of "They'll eat 45 of those in a Sept. Ritz of Paris" (Stephen -
\ :t 5.to $For ul>Contractors.plans and Vendors.contract etc.documents the deposit -Mrs. Anna Lupkiewicz; recording course to do with the famous single day," he said. 11th Terr., 3:12 pin. Saturdayat Watts) the "biograp h y" KIDDIE KORT CHILD 'CARE-
Mr. and Mrs. NW 5th Terr for
Myles and
I\ \ (15.00)will be Fifteen: Dollars and If those secretary, Mrs. Fred Schol- Round Table knights and their Baby food, milk and diapersare 2914 N.E. 15th St.Harry a girl Mr., 8th Ave. of the most famous hotel in the Bill Game open Pick. Upat '

r plans turned and complete contract and documents In good are condi-ref field[ ; corresponding secretary, ladies. being provided free by local and Mrs. Gene Sealey, Melrose; Fire Calls world, for decades the symbolof Llttiewood, and TerwlUJoerSeHotH

.' Jlon within five (5) days after receipt Mrs. Norman Keig; publicity,: The full cast and story will merchants.The opulence and elegance; Old Newberry Road .N.W. Section..
a of bids. the refund will be; a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Kermit At 11:28: 'am.; Sunday fire in Phone FR 2-667. *
i (15.00) Five Dollars. Mrs. Fay Miles and treasurer, be recounted later, and the official "Aboard the USS Monitor:
i 4. Separate sheets or drawings or pages dates of quints romp in separate Hilliard, 2048 N.W. 34th Ave., a metal trash container, 500 block 1862" (Wm. F. Keeler) day-
as Mrs. Max Mauderli. The first; performanceare
be purchased
of specifications may .
cribs in the air-condi-
large, boy Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Jus-
6tli
( refunds) ; NW St. account of life the
follows no by-day on
meeting will be sometime early November 11 through 14.
.$1.00 sheet tioned the _
per of Prietos'new
Drawings. nursery tice, 1802 SE 45th Terr., a girl. N
Specifications. .10 per page in October. The were remarkably Monitor in the letters of its paymaster
songs
7. Attention of bidders Is particularly three-bedroom home given ADMITTED At 9:10 p.m. .Saturday, fire in "
i called to the requirements as to condl- The First Presbyterian]t well sung for so early in 'rehearsal to his wife; Mo ney
them Prieto's American auto
$50
II t tlons of employment to be observe by Thomas A. Snow, Mrs. G a il ,. damage, at 1245 SW Talks!" (Charles Sopkin) D.IYf.'H 'HfAUI
rates to be paid I Church, has its choir director. time. .
v and minimum wiage employer, the Creole Petroleum Justice 9th Rd.U.S..-
Hilliard Mrs. ,
under the contract. Myrtle -short biographies of eleven HOOH*."_ffW"1.20 i>.4-ttf f
I. The Owner reserves the right 10 Corp. Amos E. Wood Mrs. Jean Floyd -
,
self-made millionaires "Amer-I
waive any Informalities or to reject any ; NOW! 2 COLORHITS!
h t or all bids. Robinson is the heaviest at and Harold Chapman, all of Red ican Heritage, August 1964" OPEN "ss, SHOW '7isl
,. Each bidder must deposit with his in the NewsPeople 29.3 pounds, while Otto, the PartyCbm"man I Sea Beth Cemplttt Late M tM
and Gainesville. Mrs. Lucy Sealey,
bid. security in the amount from People 1 I a special issue on the Presidency -
: subject Information to the for conditions Bidders. provided inIts most playful, scales at 27.5. i Melrose; and Charles Mathews,..1 i ; "Justice on Trial" ( A. LEE m ANGIE
MARVIN DICKINSON
L Mario is the tallest at better Dies
10. No bidder may withdraw his bid I Hawthorne.
L. Todd-an) account of the
5 i wjtlOt date of thirty the opening(30) days thereof.after the actual in the News 1 admirers that gathered at the than 30 inches and weighs 27.9!i bitter struggle over the confir- HN i :::
(C) New York Times
Signed: M. L. Beasley pounds. Fernando 24.4 DISCHARGEDEloise
weighs
p. Mayor BLACKPOOL England (AP) Roman Catholic church. mation of Louis' ,D., Brandeis'appointment :
a Keystone Heights. Florida Gracie Fields who called The bride and the bridegroom and Juan Jose 23. Boyles, Mrs. D'i n a h MOSCOW Mrs. Eliza b eth I to the Supreme

i C (35fS) ':7. 14 herself "Mother Beatle" had a jet pilot stationed at They weighed less than three Watson and son, Minnie Isbell., Gurley Flynn chairman of the! Court; "Divided Loyalt, 1 e s" Killers2ND :1'

I SAVE some folks weeping as the Barber's Point Naval Air Station pounds each when they were Cora Cullen, Mrs. Clanzel Flowers American Communist Party,,, (Janet Teissier du Cros) -
pS with her in born two months prematurely. Mrs. Betty Owen and died here Saturday. She
Hawaii
APPROX. audience sang along are of mixed was i World War II as seen by a Scots-
SE I while she belted out songs in a American and Filipino parent. daughter, Carroll Kin nard, 74. woman married to a French- SUSPENSE HIT 9:05

; % way that turned back: the de age.NEW I Greece Asks Robert Rehberg, Mrs. Willa The Soviet news Tassin man. HALEY DEBORAH:

pe cades. YORK (AP) Robert i Valencia and daughter, Larry agency Sports and Games MILLS KERR
announcing her death said
j S Gracie .66 and gray-haired, Welch, president of the John Hendrix, Mrs. Elsie Gordon and WI *
FLORHIDE UN SessionUNITED Cau- she was "an outstanding figurein "Easy Steps to n n lagBridge" "The Chalk Garden' .
PeckOdell
I got off to a great start in Black- Birch Society, said on a television daughter, June the American and hterna- (Charles Goren) an
Floor Enamel i- pool as she launched a come- program Sunday that the then; Sallie Dixon, Mrs. Virginia -
NATIONS N.Y. national labor and Communist
S ,
back of Britain after emerging society "takes Brown and daughter, Baby
: tour absolutely no "
SS NOW $98'ONLY ([AP) Greece asked Saturday GOUTS Ossie movement.
from retirement on the position on politics on either Girl Cullen, Helen -
;; ; Italian island of CaprLMANILA side." for an urgent meeting of the Salyers, Lillian 'Plummer. Mrs. Flynn arrived in M o scow -

_ _ aS (AP) Lalaine Welch, who was interviewee U.N. Security Council before REPORT a month ago and entereda !J,. wis O1Th O te
FIRE
Reg. Price $7.56 Sept. 16 "in order to considerthe POLICE
S Miss of the NBC LABOR DAY FUN
Bennett, Philippines on "Meet the Pressprogram" hospital specializing in heart'
; WALLHIDER ROLLER 1963, was married in Manila broadcast from New rapid deterioration of Accident traffic RoundupThe accidents disorders a few days 12ter.TODAYThr.. \ AT hOC< 3 :04, SHOWTIME 7:30 -
following .
Sunday night to Lt. (j.g.) Felix York, declined to name his Greek-Turkish relations. 5:11 7:18, 9:25D'INING THE GREATEST AOVOmfflE8NEARTK
&TRAY Regul.""paluai have been reported by the I- :
Skievaski of the U.S. Navy who choice for president. .
Greek Ambassador Dimitri S.Gainesville Police Department, 'rn* .,
S FREE! her escort at the Miss; He said that if he made I
I was publichis Bitsios, in a letter to the Soviet: during the past 48 hours: WEDNESDAYWILLIAM ,110I II
With purchase Universe contest last year. personal choice as a voter it i president of the Security Council ., Vincent R. Brice, 611 NE SUSANNAH : I I ...OR FLEW.evoim.
It 2 canons ofWALLHIDE bride needed police would be
The assistance constructed by some ,
to make her for September, said Turkey 10th Place, and Gordon C. Kirk. ,HOLDEN S YORK ,
way persons as a statement of thesociety's
crowd of had been taking illegal and[ land Sr., 531 SE 2nd Place, 6:13 -
LATEX I through a large noisy position. -
provocative measures against: p.m. Sunday at N. Main St. and \ 1THE7

Greeks in Turkey. 8th Ave. Kirkland cited for fail- '
For Maximum Beauty of % j I'j,
to
S Reasonable To control scale in ure yield right way. ,I
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t I t. : Cost -and red spider i False Bills Lonnie D. O'Steen, Cross City, k1rDAWNj ;' '
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One or two sprayings w.frlJ :
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Monday September 7, 1964 Gainesville Sun ,' SSUMMER



' \ i :. Here Are Unsolved Florida Murders ':





\ By DON NORTH In a mangrove swamp off Bay- roe, son of a Jacksonville bank home. I reau is working on nine more Lazzara was killed. He had no\1\ v. o'llCLEARANCE

MIAMI (AP-Seven-year-old shore Drive, her body naked executive found shot to deathat The .McFall murder. and the 'in such places as Tallahassee, known enemies yet the slaying Ii

Judith Ann Roberts was asleepon and mutilated, the victim of a Seminole Beach last June 29, majority of those still unsolvedin Daytona Beach, Lamont and had all the earmarks of a paid.\;

sex slayer. That was 10 years his wallet missing.In the Tampa area are believedto ,Ocala. professional job.. Police said I

a couch in her grandparents'Miami ago last month. Her killer never 1958, Mrs. Julia Pratt of be underworld- linked. Some The Federal Bureau of Inves- they had a witness who could i BARGAINSSHOP

home when a crazed has been found. Ocala, a widow: was murderedas were: paid for in cash. tigation received reports of 463 recognize the killer but none !

killer stole .in and ,carried her The Roberts case is one of she slept in the back room Tampa Police Chief James cases of murder and man- was ever produced. I NOW AND SAVE

more than 70 that remain unsolved of a she operated. Her Mullins the books
away. grocery says never slaughter from Florida during Another puzzler was the 195 I ON

'" She was found the next day on the books of Florida'slaw purse had been rifled.. A Jacksonville are closed on mystery murders."I 1963. In terms of population; the murder of Dorothy Eleanore GRANT'S BARGAIN SPECIALS

enforcement agencies. cabbie Eugene Mickler, am always hoping to solve state's record is twice as bad as I Blanchard, 27, of Tallahassee,I'

The Florida Sheriff's Bureau was robbed and shot to deathin one of them; I think every police New York State's: 8.2 killingsper who was stabbed 35 times in

Warehouse! reports that about 92 per cent 1962. officer has this hope.." 100,000 persons compared to i the neck in the rest room of a I,

of murder cases in Florida are "These are the tough ones, Mullins said the biggest difficulty dry cleaning shop and left to'

Fire Puzzling solved:! That would make a where the only connection between is getting witnesses to 3.8.In some cases the motive it- STURDY

killer's chances of getting away the killer and his victimis step forward. "They're afraid; self is never determined the die.She was killed at mid-day

LOUISVILLE. Ky., (AP) a shade worse than one in ten. money," says Lt. Morton the fear was instilled .In, them act of murder possibly the workof with many people in the general'! BABY CRIB

Firemen searched the ruins of Investigators agree that robbery Brumley of the Dade County in' the 30s of reprisals' them a homicidal maniac. area. Nobody reported hearing, With, Mattress

I an 82-year-old woolen mill is the most common motive homicide squad. or their families. This is our Police still are searching for a thing !

warehouse today for a clue to in murder. A desperate Tampa lists 23 unsolved mur- biggest obstacle.." the killer of Bernardo (Bennie) Ethel Little, 56, was murdered! You Sove

the origin of a fire that forced robber turns killer to protect ders since the gangland days of! In a decade' of"465,murders in Lazzara a prominent Tampa in 1959 by a vicious,killer in her:, 12.22

about 100 persons ,from .23 himself or prevent his victim the 20s and 30s. The oldest one Dade County 15 remain un- produce dealer who was gunned Miami home. Police found her:

\ from ever identifying him. on the books dates back to 1928, solved. Miami lists 11 mystery down as he stepped out of his tied to her bed, her body muti Reg. 29.99

;exPensively This may have been the case when a killer pumped 13 slugs murders Jacksonville seven, car at home. lated. 3 only.PORTABLE.

1. with 23-year-old Glenn L. Mon into Norris McFall, 32, at his Orlando four. The Sheriff's Bu Nobody could understand why. Then, there is Judith Ann. .I
t The:fireJn.the predominantly -

., Negrosection,near downtown
Louisville Sunday was the, second -

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here.-S ral.explosions rocked I ,
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I LAWN EDGERBriggsfirStratton
i NOTICE TO CREDITORS
FLORIDA STATUTESIN 49
THE COURT Of THE COUNTY Reg. i Engine.i 5 '
JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA.IN .
PROBATE. 1 Year Warranty. -
In. ra: Eute 0' f1IR FresKSliced i:
ESSIE M. McCULLOUGH

78 All Deceased.Creditors and Persons Hiving You Save 36.77 J
Claim or Demand Against Said Estate: I 13.22 ] :
You and each of you are hereby notified :
and required to present any claims Reg. 44.99 .
and demands which you. or either of you. '
the estate of ESSIE A :
may have against
M. McCULLOUCH. deceased late of Slid 2 only.
"County to the County Judge of Alachua Bob WhiteBACON '
County. Florida at his office In the courthouse ....- S4 ;
of said County at Gainesville. Flora 1Afr4\ A -. /uM :
ida. within six calendar months frem thetime
of this notice.
of the first publication
Each claim or demand hall be In rc
writing, and shall state the place 0' residence 20-Inch Deluxe
and post office address of the
claimant, and shall be sworn 1o by the : r it 3 LAWN MOWER
his attorney, and r xa
claimant.' his agent I
any such claim or demand not so filed II
shall be void. II 1 Year Warranty.

As ESSIE DORIS administratrix M.M. McCULLOUGH.DRIGGERS.of the Estate deceased of y I Sri gs & Stratton Engine.


Attorneys Clayton. Arnow.for Petitioner Duncan fc Johnston l ,' I '" You 12.88 Save 32.00

(3596) ':7. 14. Jl. 28_ I I I "" '
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE : Reg. 44.88
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of THI pp- PINEBREEZE GRADE "A" -
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR .
STATE COUNTY 'LB.

IN CHARLES CHANCERY R, FISCHER is Trustee of All White Fresh Florida
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Equitable Enterprises Inc. PKG. 4 i
PJiintlff I
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REBECCA WELCH, singleDefendant

NOTICE OF SUIT Med.EggsPREMIUM 2 Only
STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: REBECCA unknown.WELCH whose residenceIs BEEF SWIFT" s PortableDeluxe

You are hereby required to file your : 39, i
20 Inch
answer to written defenses if any. in Lb.
the above proceeding with the Cleric of
I I11J
this Court and to serve a copy thereof
upon the plaintiff's attorney whose name FAN
and address appears hereon, on or before
the Jlst day ef September ItM
the nature of this proceeding being a E"-- 2 89.MORTON
suit for foreclosure of mortgage held by I SWEET & JUICY BARTLETT 5-Year Warranty.
Plaintiff upon the following described TOP VALUE STAMPS
premises In Alachua County Florida twit a.w..S DOZ. SPECIAL PRICE

Commence: at the Southwest corner of Owe Pit*.COCONUT HOWARD JOHNSON 'lbs.
Northeast Quarter of Northeast Quar -
ter (NE U of NE4) of Section 33. Cake 89 You Save I 17.77
Township 7 South Range 17 East. .ooo THRU SEPTEMBER I2TN REG. 99* SOUTHERN BELLE FROZ. DEVILED
" thence East 20> feet thence North 621 12.22 I
feet, thence West 209 feet, thenc 42 Crabs 69 Reg. 29.99
AT ANY WIMM-MXIf '
south 427 feet to beginning the decreeing Pkg. of 5 Crabs
of the sale of said premise -.
end for.other. further and general re- I .
lief. MORTON FROZEN BREAD
DONE AND ORDERED at Gaines EXTR A
ville. Alachua County. State of Florida ,
this 13th day of August, MM. TOP VALUE STAMPS Dough Pkg. of 3 Loaves 49'ONI ..
J. B.CARMICHAEL on*1M$COUKM ANO IVKHASI Of <
Clerk Circuit Court : PKC. Lcc's:
BY EMILY WATERHOUSE SWEET & JUICYNectarines GIRL'S20Inch
Clerk SteakOPE:
Deputy 69-
(COURT SEAL) : Deluxe
Allen. Dell Frank Trlnkle. GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER IZTH 2 39 ,. .w
Solicitor for Plaintiff LD s. BICYCLEReduced
P. O. Box 2111 Tampa. Florida
AT AMY WI..HDlXIIEx.IIt
(3557) >:17 24, 31; ':7 I To
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IN.THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN
'CHANCERY No. 1204 DIVISION : A EXTRATOP : You Save

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Our GIs in GermanyBy < .3: '" _' -_

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PETER REHAKFRANKFURT He runs into a seller's mar;solation in the fact that the sit- I

GermanyAP ket. Furnished places with uation near Army bases within ; I
( ) Pick a young soldier short-term leases are scarce in!the United,States is similar. ,

from among the 250,000 U.S. Europe. Landlords charge what There are exceptions. Some .
troops stationed in Germanyand the traffic will bear. soldiers meet Germans with __
ask what he thinks of Ger- The accommodation tne GI I whom they become good '
mans. He may reply that they gets probably is inferior to what friends. Army officials say the : / ready r
are rude and loud, drive their he had at home but he pays longer a GI stays the more he : I

cars too fast and try to cheat more for it. He finds little con gets used to the foreign country woolen :: i
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Americans out of their last pen- :


ny.A German civilian's assessment tllIINII and able.. aY g

of a GI will tend to be 'r. IS. a .
equally uncomplimentary. 1ffi

,Officially this comes under OPEN TIL 9 with, a ? I
the heading of German American -

there relations is no problem.and The officially policies THURSDAY, FRIDAY GOOD WOOL j'
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of both countries call for
&
friendly contact between civilians MONDAY NIGHTS r1

and GIs.Usually OPEN DAILY AT 9:30 A.M. I
the GI and the Ger-
AMBASSADORaK
man come in contact only with t
the other's worst side. Add language 11bi. ? .
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difficulties and differ- I
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ences in custom and you end up

with a problem.A T I
-v. i
soldier recently wrote a
long letter to an American

newspaper complaining about \ ,
German rudeness and disre-
spect toward GIs. He said:

"When I have a guest in my BY
house I try to treat him with a pun/an / 3z I

certain consideration as I ex- '.".t L/cnzud 0000 Jn
pect him to treat me but I'll ,

be damned if it can be all-one I

sided." e : \ .
fem. :
On the same day, a German'
newspaper columnist enumerated ;

fruitless attempts by one res- va C, _
ident to get introduced to an .pad } es g

American military family with ..c' 'fie

whom he could meet socially. I apt; ,

:"Why doesn't the guy just .
walk to a serviceman on the
up I 'w. ,
street and ask him to his home a / Forever Young presents two .
for supper?" asked a GI when irresistibles, both essentially basic.
shown the article. ...rY If the choice is hard you should .' u'.
have both. Molded sheath or P
"What? Without an introduction -
boxy gadabout in Milliken's all pure .
?" countered a German.As Wool sheer delightful fabric. :
a result of the column the Amazing how imagination and :'"
JS
German was invited to an accessories change the
American social function. s. personality, where and how these : I

Most soldiers and dependentslive E two stylish numbers go. ;...
EXCLUSIVELY YOURS AT WILSON'S Welting and stitching details
in a world of their own.I :
When the Army first marchedinto have the light touch of perfectionBali are in the grandest of manners. :

the war-shattered country, Tailored Suitable 12.99 :

it brought everything it needed } B. Quick Change Artist 12.99
the
gives deceptive delicacy of -
for daily survival. U.S. living :

areas were surrounded by snowflake-patterned perfection to I IN A MYRIAD-OF-COLORS 4a -
barbed wire and official policy :.. S: ;
enduring nylon lace. Here with flat
forbade fraternization.Most Jet Black Royal Imperial, _* ;
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of the living quartersare feather-wired undercups to give supportto I x. R Carnation Rub 0 '

around. The barbed the :. Sizes: 10-20, 12'/2-22'/2
still mature figure make the s': .':
wire is gone but a self-sufficient remains most of the smaller bust.Preshrunk "-
American community
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separate from the, German one. "
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Theoretically, it is possible fora leno elastic provides :
GI to remain within this
American community during his heavenly mobility, night or day.

entire tour of duty here. While Bali-bowed for unmistakable

the American facilities prevent cleavage. In white or black.
overcrowding of German areas
are not conducive to mix- L Bandeau: B and C cups, ;
they I '
IT'S
TIME
Dress TO
ing with the population.How $5,95; D cup, $6.95. Shop .

then do they make con- > See Puritan Fashions' HAVE A CBA CBA 1i I

tacts? 2nd Floor
There's always the young; Foundations Sh op- '; \ spectacular 'Peek-A-Booth' display CBA I Is Wilson's Own ABC

bachelor who seeks amusement' "t at the Continuing Budget Account I

for off a the tavern base.where Often the he'll barmen head I \ \ New York World's Fair '64-65 NO DOWN PA YMENTI CBA

and B girls are ready for him., JUST 5 DAYS MORE! 6 MONTHS TO PAY

Since draftees range in age -
from 18 to 23, the young man is SALE ENDS SATURDAY!

probably ill-equipped to cope .&.___ IIOGR {
with a smoothly running clip I ..
joint. That a German would get .Ii.
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clipped here too is a small con-: \ EXCLUSIVELY :
solation. ;
Even worse off is the married; I OURS INGAINESVILLE- :
soldier who is not eligible to i II II I II .
house his family in government Ii ii i I I I '
quarters. If he brings them : .
overseas, he has to find a place of, ', r
to live in German areas. I p \ a.
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\.L' l KaDt i color) jo .pwrt,we aa let;caxyaaWlia2lrcW.
:. There ore more than 90- ,
000.000 females in the U.S. of
:nil ages, and it's probably safeto 4H
assume that obout %-ths of
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:}here use lipstick and nail
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Now nail polish and removerare I..E 5
wonderful for brightening + n y /6.' / a s
;\.Jp your appearance, along with
lipstick,powder, hair preparations ...
and all that other paraphernalia -
:" that helps make a ...
'woman a woman WORLD 15M
: But here's something to re- FAMOUS -. ;
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member. Nail polish (and re-
;mover) can give your clothesa BERKSHIRE
terrible beating. They can -a
jtain permanently, and on :
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some fabrics such as rayon or I I -< ----= ::' .
-ether synthetics actually ruin STOCKINGS ;:. # ,:n.- .
a garment completely by ,fusIng "' '
the filaments of the fabric .AUGUST 27 THRU SEPTEMBER 12 .:.
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Jibers. .
Smartest thing to do is either Our big annual Berkshire Sale is still going r __ :
ruse a towel in your lap, or, on. So come on in while
we have favor-
,better still, use old clothes youTton't your I iIM. to .lC>
ite colors in size.
your Remember
;: core about when you go these are pMt\ t iI '
.through the ritual of applica the stockings with an international fashion =
'tion. And if you should smear flair.'All with Nyloc Run-Barriers at top and I .
some nail polish or remover on I :
toe. Look at the savings I
better clothes,
-your rush themin Fascinating new profile to underscore
: for cleaning. Sometimes it all your this-season fashions. Pure perfection of line in luxury leather collared for :
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may be soon enough to salvage Regular Price Salt Price and
3 Pain contrast ease! Cushioned. Light and On "
them from damage. supple. a newmaking two-inch heel. With the deft touch of Joyce very'evdent
For ANY kind of $1.35 $1.09 $3.19 ,
clothing of in its beautiful '
:anything, done better ..... $1.50 H.19 93.49 fingertip toe. Red/black, black/brow.n, brown/black neutral/black. -. *

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tj'j'I t, Of Gator NorHitter, Again._ ;1 I






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l1r By 1 MIKE RATHET

1.' Associated Press Sports Writer

.. There's nothing more meaningless than a football scrimmage / Zorro has left his mark again. i o

tr unit B freshman The latest victim is Boston's t / t'
pitting a varsity against a squad or Mitt .
.-I Bill Monbouquette, who re '

group. ; ; i I I ceived the unkindest cut of all

! By rights, the ;varsity always should win by at least 40 from Minnesota's Zoilo (Zorro)

I points or more. Anytime a B team or freshman unit is Versalles.

strong enough to snarl up. the varsity, your "eligible" team Versalles, who five days before jjJ

is in trouble. -- got the only hit off Balti

Therefore, let's not get excited about a 60-point( score in more's Milt Pappas, deprivedMonbouquette _

ti last Saturday's Gator scrimmage. It's not indicative of the of a no-hitter

Sunday, hitting a two-out, two-

run homer in the sixth inning Monday, September 7, 1964 11

,. : '.,.., : .'. ..... that sent the Boston right-hand- a .., ,

,.. '. ...!-. er down to a 2-1 defeat. -' y
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. Versalles broke Pappas's _
f ,. up

i 11 II 1 i bid last Wednesday night witt.! a

two-out single in the eighth
f ; ': -: inning. He got started earlier Kralick's four-hitter before I I Chance, a wild pitch and an

? After winning the nightcap 3-2 in the
against Monbouquette.
an intentional walk to Max Alvin
; error by first baseman Tony 13th inning on a pair of bunt

; Norton enabled Minnesota'sRich singles, a walk and Pete Ward's loaded the bases. Joe Azcue'j
Never Sacrifice Car'sSafety

Rollins to reach first, sacrifice fly. sacrifice fly brought in the

actual worth of the practice or the actual strength of the Versalles lofted a Monbou- Ramos PreservesThe

UF varsity.On quette pitch 385 feet for a homer. New York Yankees, decisive run and Vic Davalilli
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the other hand, close observers probably would list f or Softer Ride Big Mistake acquired meanwhile Pedro, called Ramos on to newly put singled home an insurance tally!

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the positive points in this fashion: "The pitch was a big mistake down Kansas City in the ninth for Kralick, 11-5. ".

1.-Punting-terrific. YouI I ," said Monbouquette, who inning and preserve a 3-2 victory oHow's
(First of a Series) You've heard race drivers say would start slowing down.
now has a 9-13 record. "It was that lifted the defending
(Sacrificing safety for comfort the speedway is safer than the could hear tires screeching as : I
2. Desire better than in seasons. '
many past neck high and a little inside. It champions to within 2Vz games i
: in operating an automobileIs highway. This may be .exaggeration -I the chain reaction started. It : I'
bad
of the
was a pitch. top.
3. Teamwork-much improved. an unnecessary risk. David but at times I feel the made me feel like I was caught YourAUTObiography J
It also Versalles' 20th
was
In the AL's other Detroit
Pearson in the first of a seriesof in between front the game,
' 4. Defense-staunch. same way. I up was homer. 9-3. ?
walloped Washington i
articles under his byline, reveals over cautious driver applying
After the National 400 in Char- Versalles other victim, Pap- San Francisco edged National'
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5. Potential-High. some of the reasons why brakes unnecessarily and behind
that the wound il
lotte last year, state police had pas, proved League leading Philadelphia 4-3, l
, 6. Prospects-Still vastly uncertain in view of the demandsof safety is so important to him the heavy traffic moving alongat I I knew there were some tail- heals quickly, posting his third second-place Cincinnati whipped:

the schedule.I while he is driving a Cotton a steady clip of about 50 gaters, those people who follow consecutive shutout with a four- Milwaukee 6-3, St. Louis nipped''
Owens the Grand Na- too behind. ,.
Dodge on closely hitter the Orioles defeatedthe -
as 4
miles an hour. The highwaywas I the Chicago Cubs 5-4 in 11 in- ,.
was impressed more by the determination of some key tional circuit of NASCAR.
) Brakes believe Los 2-0 and
fairly straight and it seem- it or not, Angeles Angels nings, Pittsburgh shut out Houston 1WErLL
For the Gatorsto
football players than other one factor.
any can be as dangerous as they are J moved to within one percentage : 1-0 and the Los Angeles e
ed we'd be out of the traffic real
achieve heights above midway on the ladder of gridiron
By DAVID PEARSON point of American League-lead-
defeated the New York
safe. In next article I will Dodgers
success this fall, there are several unknown quantities that NASCAR Race Driver quick. my ing White Sox. Mets 43.Pappas.

have to be resolved. One of the most important However, each time we approached -i tell you why.Tomorrow. The White Sox split with brought his record to

5 things I've learned through a curve, some driversBrandt I ( : Emergencies) Cleveland, losing 2-0 to Jack
t As of now, they're on the way to being resolved. There 14-5, posting his fourth shutout CHECK

4 will be more on this later, especially as the season un racing stock cars is never to against the Angels and his sixth

folds. sacrifice safety for comfort. straight victory. He hasn't lost YOUR BRAKESFor

It's little things concerning i American BoxesBOSTON since July 22. Pappas was
League
safety which can mean the difference locked in a scoreless duel for

On the Debit SideOn between victory and defeat seven innings with Barry Lat- expert brake service,

on a speedway. It's these MINNESOTA NEW YORK KANSAS CITY DETROIT WASHINGTON man, who left for a pinch hitterin stop by today. Where
which abrhbi abrhbi abrhbi abrhbi abrhbi abrhbi
little things might
the debit side for a first scrimmage under game con- same Schilling 2b 4 0 1 0 Rollins 3b 3100 Kubek ss 5111 C'pan'ris I' 4 a a 0Rich'd Brown If 5120 Cattier 2b 4120 the eighth. service is tops prices low.
ditions-too penalties lack of sustained drives a too- mean the difference in life and Mantilla If 4010 Versalles ss 3 1 1 2 'n 2b 4230 Causey ss 3110 Lumpe 2b 4110 BI'game ph 1 000 The Orioles finally won it in ,
many Yastrz'ski cf 4 0 0 0 Oliva rf 3000 Maris rf 4011 Colavito rf 4130 rreehan c 4211 Kennedy ss 4121
porous deep pass defense and a leaky short pass defense. death on the highway.As Malzone 3b 3010 Killebrew If 3000 Mantle If 4001 Gentile Ib 4011 Demeter rf 5335 Hinton If 4021 the ninth after Boog Powell,
of what I Smith rf 3121 Allison If 0000 Pepitone Ib 4000 Tartabull pr 0 0 0 0 Cash Ib 5021 Lock Cf 4000 his
Only a bushel of dropped passes by B-teamers and fresh an example Horton Ib 4000 Mincher Ib 2000 Tresh cf 4000 Bryan c 3010 Wert 3b 3000 Sievers Ib 4010 making first appearance I
men kept the varsity out of serious trouble.It mean, how much air do you Bressoud ss 3000 Hall cf 3000 Howard c 4030 Charles 3b 4000 Thomas cf 4131 Zimmer 3b ,3000 since fracturing his wrist Aug. SAVE HEREon -"
Tillman 3000
c Battey c 3000 Boyer 3b 4010 Mathews cf 3000 M'a'liffe s: 4000 Leppert c 2100
carry in your tires? M'b'q'tte p 3 0 0 0 Kostro '2b 2000 Sheldon p 4000 Green 2b 3010 Aguirre p 3110 Brumley c 1000 .20, drew a walk off Bob Duliba.

may be that Wayne McDaniel, B team quarterback, Most drivers carry the recom- Stuart ph 1000 Arrigo Kindall p 2b 1009 1000 Segui Jimenez p ph 2000 1000 Phillips ph 1000 Valentine Kreutzer pOD rf 4 0 0 1 0 0 Singles by Sam Bowens and Rebuilt Generators.

was "threading the needle" unusually well Saturday. His mended tire pressure (usually, Reese ph 1000W'th'gt'n Totals 37 3 4 3 Totals 31 21 1 Brinkm'n ph 1 0 0 0D.Ph'lips Charley Lau brought in one run
1 0 0 0
p 1 0 0 Starters Fuel Pumps
passes were right on target even if only a few were caught. Totals 321 S 1 Totals 26 21 ph 0Cun'ham enabled Bow-
27 to 30 pounds). But many driv- 2 New York. .".. ... .7 ....... 100 001 010-3 ph 1 0 0 0 and a wild pitch
But people like Joe Namath of Alabama, Pat Screen, LSU; I know less than this Boston ..... ..... .. ... 000 loa 000-1 Kansas City ............ .... 000 000 0022E Totals 31 113 8 Totals 33 3 12 ens to score. Water Pumps. Clutch Discs
ers carry Minnesota .............. 000. .
002 Cflx 2
Steve Tensi Florida State Bob Biletnikoff Miami and Detroit ........ ....... 202 121 000-t
; ; Lynn I I because they get a softer ride. E-Horton. LOB-Boston 8, Minnesota 1. Mathews. DP New York 2. Washington ......... ..010 003 200-3 Perfect Ball I and Pressure Plates
Hughes Georgia can throw the ball too.I I
2B-Schilling. HR-Smith (5) Versalles
LOB New York 7. Kansas City 4. E-Kreutzer, Valentine Wert Aguirre.
Tubeless tires, which are pret- (20). 0 Gary Peters pitched 61-3
Howard. 3B SB-
2B
Causey. DP-Detroit 2; Washington 3. LOB-De-
think the Gators' secondary is much better than it showed ty much the standard for per- M'b'q'tte. L, '.13 IP 8 H 1 R 2 ER 0 Ba 1"'SO*.4 Richardson. Mantle. troit 5. Washington I. innings of perfect ball for the

Saturday on passes. Bruce Bennett, Kenny Russell, Allen sonal automobiles today, will not Arrigo. W, 7.& ._.... 6 4 1 1 3* 4 IP H R ER B8 SO Thomas 2B Cash.(12). Demeter Demeter(20)Cottier.. SKreutzer.IP HR -. Whate Sox in the opener before .

Trammell, Jack Harper and Dick Kirk know their way around roll under as easily if they have Worthington T-2:05. AI7.937.BALTIMORE .3. 1 0 0 1 2 Ramos Sheldon, W.,. .H... ......1 8 5 2 1 1 1 1 2 0 5 0 Aguirre, W. 5-8 .. 7 H I R 3 ERBB 2 3 SO 5 Dick Howser became the first BRAKE SUPPLY

with a thrown ball up for grabs. Other secondary hopefuls adequate I've seen Segul. L. 1-1. .....8 I 3 3 0 12 Rakow ......... 2 0 0 0 0 3 base runner on a bunt single
pressure. Stock ............0 I 0 0 0 0 Kreutzer, L. 5-5 .. 4 5 5 3 1 3
may need deeper evaluation.The cars run off the highway and LOS ANGELES Drabowsky ..... .1 0 0 0 0 2 Craig ... ....... 1 5 4 4 I 0 past the mound. Peters, 16-8,
Ib r h bi abrhbi Koch .. ... ......2 2 0 0 1 0 lost in the ninth when Cleveland IIiiiI
then blow a tire and wreck com- Green cf 3010 schasl 3b 3000 ...... .
Gators to have more husky running backs Stock faced 2 men In 9th; Sheldon Rudolph 2 1 a 0 0 1
appear Aparicio ss 3. 1 0 Adcock ph 1000 '
broke scoreless tie.
faced 1 man In 9th. Craig faced two men In 6th. a *
around than in time. I know I said the in ing back on. Siebem Ib 4000 Power Ib 4010 .
some same thing WP Segul 2. Drabowsky. T2.U.A21.372 HBP-By Aguirre (Kennedy) T-2:25.
If 2000 Howser and Bob
Powell Fregosl ss 4010 Singles by
1960 and before mid-season Bob Hoover was the only healthyone This usually happens simply Saverine pr 0100 Smith If 3000! A-3.42O. j

left out of eight or nine the. UF started with. Thereare because the tire did not have B.R'b's'n If 3b400 0000 0 Clinton Rodgers rf c 4000 3010

another eight or nine on hand again. sufficient air. When the inside Lau Bowens c rf 3011 4120 Pearson Reichardt cf cf 2000 2000 ,

wall hit the highway edge, t he Piniella pr 0000 Knoop 2b 2010
The Intricacies of line and downfield blocking, how good it Brown c 0000 Latman p 2000
tire broke free from the rim and Adair 2b 3000 Torres ph-3b 0000
is on offense, will not be solved until actual competitionis Pappas p 3000

met. The defensive always has been above average deflated. Totals 292 5 1 Totals 30141
array
Baltimore ... .............000 100.002-2
in Coach Ray Graves' tenure sand' I've seen nothingthis Valuable Air Los Angeles ...............000 000.000-0

year to indicate anything but what it will... be as goodif Those few extra pounds of E Aparicio. DP Los Angeles 2.
LOB Baltimore 7. Los Angeles 7.
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not better than before. air, which would take only a few 28 Rodgers. SB Fregosl.! SIP \
H R ER BB SO '
minutes to obtain, could prove Pappas. 1 ,fr
valuable. Pappas. W. 14-5 .. 9 4 0 a 4 2
Encouraging FactorAnother very Latman .........7 3 0 a 3 4
They say good driving is a Duliba. L, 5-3 .....2 2 2 2 3 1
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natural instinct. Some people !

encouraging factor, to this date is practice injuries have it and some don't. I don't I

have been considerably fewer and less It is First Game
damaging. to be believe this because anyone can CLEVELAND CHICAGOat
hoped the trend will continue. Nothing would decimate Gator knows r h bi abrhbi
be driver if he
a god Salmon rf 4000 H'shb'g'r cf 4000 'I
chances quicker in '64 than a major wave of ailments to Howser ss 4120 Weis 2b 4010
how to about it.
top players. ,go Chance Ib 3110 Robinson rf 3010 ',l s"s" DON'TFORGET flt
Spartanburg Police Directo Wagner If 4000 Skowron Ib 4010 it.d'y44Mri ;
__... u.. u Moran 2b 0000 Ward 3b 4000
With all the fine play of the veterans and the promiseof William Ivey, in asking me to Alvis 3b 3000 Hansen ss 3000

the sophomores, overall depth has not been attained. Depth do this series, hoped I would Azcue Davalillo c cf 3011 4021 M'Nerfy Nicholson c If 3 3010 0 0 0 s {';

the hard Via two that Held 21>-If 4000 Martin c 0000
really comes way. experience garnered in convey a message or Kralick p 3000 Peters p 2000
games. cannot be found in driver's Totals 32 2 6 2 Totals 30 0 4 0

manuals in the general safe- Cleveland ................. 000 000 002-2 _f"
There's on& more full-scale scrimmage to go-then SMU ty campaigns or which have won Chicago ._...... ........ 000 000 100-I t

The outlook) personally is that the Gators will be good, him many awards over the E-None.6. Chicago DP-Cleveland 5. 1. LCB-Cleveland -

definitely. How many games they'll win? The 60-0 score in SF-Azcue.
years. IP H R ER BB SO 1 I 1ifa
last week's scrimmage didn't help one iota toward solving Kralick W, 11-5 .. 9 4 0 0 2 4 .iY .

or guessing at that riddle. it Peters. U 14 ... 82-35 2 2 2 10
which
The little extra effort
Wilhelm ......._ 1-30 0 0 0 1
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A complete checkup on your car Second Game

I before every long trip and periodical CLEVELAND CHICAGO
abrhbi abrhbi
checks of tires and Francona rf 501 2 McCraw If 2. 0 *.. rf
5OR\tt7j Salmon rf 0000 Buford 2b 5020 t; r
brakes are necessary for per- Howser ss 5000 Weis ph-2b 1010 ..
sonal Chance Ib 4010 Robinson rf 5 0 2 1 iJiif
I car safety. Whitfield Ib 0 0 0 0 Ward 3b 5001 ,.., ..; +
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Wagner If 5010 Skowron Ib 5 141 .:;; .p .t = ; ...1 .7..11.
Cotton Owens, who owns and Alvis 3b 0000 H'shb'g'r rf 0 0 0 0 .... .fir. f.
NATIONAL LEAGUEW AMERICAN LEAGUEW Azcue c 5010 Stephens cf 4010
L Pet. G.B. L Pet. C.B. sets up the cars I drive on the Davalillo cf 5 0 0 0 Hansen ss 4000 "t
Philadelphia 82 S3 .607 Chicago 2b 5020 Martin 5010
84 54 .6CO Moran c :
Cincinnati 77 59 .544 5H Baltimore 82 5So5.'a speedways, is one of the most Held 3b-lf 5220 Buzhardt p 1 01 0
St. Louis 75 41 .$51 7V* New York 7t 56.sa 2V* thorough mechanics in the sport. Donovan p 3000 Lorg ph 1000 l
San Fran 16 62 .551 TV* Detroit 74 66 ..S210 Peters ph 1000 :
PittsburghMilwaukee 70 61 ,51t 12 Los Angeles' 72 70 .507 1J Before we go to any race he Wilhelm p 2000 a
61 68 .SCO U>,* Minnesota 70 61 Ml 13 Totals 42 2 t 2 Totals 453163
Los Angeles 67 61 .4t4 15 .:Cleveland 68 70 .493 15 has every part of the chassis, One out when winning run scored. f'
Chicago 62 74 UJ4 JO'* I Boston 61 71 .4t: 22V4 and wheels Cleveland ......_... 101 018 601 000 I-I
steering
Houston 58 10 .420 25V4 Washington 53 16 J81 301* linkage CkiC9 .... ....-.... I0O 1M I" OOt 1-3E
New York 46 91 .336 37 Kansas City 50 88 .362 33 magnafluxed for invisible de-
Yesterdays Results Sundays Results -Martm. DP-Cleveland 5. Chicago 2. .4
Pittsburgh 1. Houston I New York 3. Kansas City 2 fects. Then, when we get to LOB-Cleveland 4. Chicago ,. /ry
Philadelphia 3 2B Wagner, Moran. Held 2. FranconaHR .
San Francisco 4. Detroit Washington 3 .
Los Angeles 4. New York 3 Minnesota 2. Boston 1 the race track, I go over the -Skowron (17). SB-McCraw 2. Weis.S .. ,eria$ 41-! < 1. I
Cincinnati '. Milwaukee 3 Baltimore 2. Los Angeles 0 WhiHteM Stephens. SF Francona. _,_4'tY' u : ,; 1
from to bumper
4. 11 inningsTecla's car bumper W.rd. ,
St. Louis S. Chicago Cleveland 2-2. Chicago 0-3 .'. '"
Games IP H R ER la SO .
Today Games
San Francisco Perryt and Herbet ft New York Sottlemyre 4-2 and Bouton 15- myself. Donovan. U 7-1 121.316 3 3 2 7 1
2 2 1 !S
6
Gibbon t-4 and Schwall Buzhardt 5 ,
at Pittsburg 12 at Minnesota
Stigman 4-11 and PI _. 0 0 0 0 0
2
43.2Houston cual 13-10. 2. morning-night You don't have to go to these Fisher I
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and 2-14 at
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New 14.2 York Larsen Jackson ,.13 and Fisher ,-I Chicago Washington 1-7,2 Talbot Daniels 4-4 and 4-10 Herbert and Stenhouse.M at effort extremes can,prove but the highly little valuable.extra I PB-Martin 2. T-2:58. A-23.1W. A Savings Account At The Citizens Bank Is The Best Way To Keep .: ; :'; I

Los Angeles Richert 0-1 and L Miller Detroit McLaln 3-5 at Cleveland Mc Saturday Night Game
3.7 Wise,at 5.2.2 pnnadelpnla Bennett *-12 and I Dowel164 BALTIMORE LOS ANGELES Some Of Your Money For Yourself. Grows Pretty Big Too, With
Boston Charton 0-0 and MoreVad 8-12 alt rk bi abrb bi I
Cincinnati OToole 144 and Tsi ourls 7.11 at Los Angeles Chance 17-4
end. McBride Piersall If 3110
at St. Louis Craig '-7 and Gibson 13- 412. 2. twl-night Brandt cf 5810
Coody Keeps Aparicio ss 5010 Schaal 36 4020Stebern 3/2! % Interest.
1e. 2 Bunker
Baltimore 13-4
and McNally 7- Ib 2000 Fregosl ss 3000 I
Schneider 1-1 and Carroll 0-0
Milwaukee 10 at Kansas City Pena 12-13 and B.R'b's'n 3b 3 0 1 0 Adcock Ib 350 I .
Buhl 12.10 and U Bur.dene
at Chicago Meyer W, 2. Bowens rf 4010 Power Ib 0000
10-7. 2Tomorrow's Tomorrows GamesNo E.R'b/i'n rf 3 0 0 Clinton e '
GamsLos Golf LeadDALLAS rdttcfS 01
scheduled
Angeles at PhiladelphiaOnly games Lau ph 100 Re \ 0
scheduled Green If 0 0 O. Rodgers c 3500 \
game 3. 0 Knoop 2b 300
AP Rookie OrsinO c
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INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEW Coach Adair 2b 3010 Brunei p 3110
L Fxt. G.B. Top Charles Coody, who said he was. Saverine pr 00 0 0 t
Jacksonville 85 61 JS2 of Barber p 100 1
nervous at the prospect 1000
Johnson ph
85 620511'a
Syracuse coach in Florida
Toronto 78 47 J38 "'* Winningest fighting off two seasoned veter-' Powell ph J. 0
75 44 .32 TV Totals S f Totals 27151
Buffalo history, in terms of percentage,
Roc*,"ter 77 6* JJ8 8 Brewer-led the $40,000 Dallas Baltimore ............... to* 600 Mo-4
Cel-mbus: 44 83 .435 21* is General James A. Van Fleet, Open into its final round today. Los Angeles Ml tJt MX-1
483 .435 21WAtl'enta
Rk-vfod whose two Gator squads ((1923- .
53 90 J7I 30'h1Aterday's : E-8 weft$ DP-Ball-more U LOB-
."w.H 24)) compiled a 12-3-4 record. But it wasn't anything new Baltimore 2BBowefts.Pler". Los Angeles" '.
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Toronto Buffalo 8.24.Syracuse Rochester S 1-5 Biggest winner since that be fought them off Sunday as he IP H R ER Ba SO
U -U .. 4 5 1 1 3 5
Atlanta S. Richmond 5. Columbus 4 1Today's time is. the current Gator head shot a two-under-par 68 for a 54- Hall Barber._.......... t 0 0 0 1 1
Jacksonville. Brunet. W. 2-1 ... 7 4 0 0 5 S
Games coach Ray Graves whose record -bole total of 202 and a one-
R. Lee ..........2 1. 0 J 2
Atlanta Buffalo at at Toronto Columbus(2)(2) for four seasons is 26-14- stroke lead over the charging Brunet faced one man in Sin. NORTH MAIN ST AT NORTHEAST 4TH AVLI GAINESVILLE, FLOftlDA A UIUBHL FB|

Syracuse at Rochester. (2) 2 of .636. and Brewer. WP-Barber. PB-orslno. T-2:32. A- I
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By HAL BOCK ,Mays at thrd. Willie scored and and Gus Triandos before Ruben I] Braves for the final 2 2-3 inningsin I ending the threat. Jim Gilliam Cards tied it with two in the

!e OF "fut: MOff' Associated Press Writer I the Giants kept their ever-so- Amaro snapped the string by relief. Tommy Harper had a homered for Los Angeles. ninth before winning It in the

COMMON Aulor= Sports faint pennant hopes still flicker i flying out to end the flab two-run homer for the Rtds. I 11th.
WOMEN (,0.1{ =ER's 4EEICINC1'0 There was bleary-eyed Willie Big Single

... -MUGC.UI.AR NHAN"g POWER WMI1 AND P Mays leading off first base. San ing. Helped Cause Bob Miller halted a Met rallyin Lou Brock bounced a single I Jerry Lynch's sacrifice fly in

... f'ROPUCg 1.ON&ER DRIVES Francisco's superstar, exper- Second Start M Cincinnati starter Jim Malo- the eighth to save Howie Into left field giving the Cardinals the. sixth inning gave Vern Law

..... If OV'A'6W/N6/N iencing his almost annual September I Mays, making only his second ney helped his own cause with! a Retd's victory for the Dodgers. their victory. Solo homers the only run he needed againstthe

shales, wasn't about to tart in four days, tripled in his three-run homer and young Miller came on with one run in by. Ron Campbell, Ron Santo Colts. The Pirate right-

... bother 2nY !l('. But Philadelphia first at bat but had gone out his Billy McCool protected Malo- and the tying run on second but and Billy Cowan had helped the bander scattered dine hits and

reliever Jack Baldschun' wantedto next two: times before drawing a .ney's.... 13th victory, holding the pot Charley Smith \n a Bouncer Cubs build a 4.2 lead but the held on for his 10th victory.

....- N make sure. one-out walk from Baldschun

...,A I And therein lies the story of with the score. tied 3-3 in the

how the Giants! beat die Phillies eighth'. X + Tuesday Wed. Noon

..U6fNC":1 Eact1M1; 4-3 Sunday. I Harvey Kuenn stagged a two-

r eoDY1tJRN AND Baldschun tossed over to first run homer and Orlando Cepoda,

i .:.-.< cw"OPPJNr1I tAR e WN baseman Thomas to keep I had a solo shot for the Giants, SAlE

'....- PARAUEID) stER46way Mays close. Then he tossed but it was Mays' speed that \ 9' I
AND ur5Et5
j ".. -oMlN. IN KNE again, and again, and again. produced the run San Francisco I

i ..- LONG RUNA Finally :t happened. Baldschun needed. The victory left the I

HORR 6W1I>i&; tossed to first but.his throw got Giants 7% games back of the QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED 521N.W.13HIStreet

.. 1r"j PRODUGEE'MORE I ._ _ _
Phillies.
-. YARDAGE ANt: away and away went Willie.! I __ _. _
'e1'-reR co.rrfWL Thomas! retrieved the ball and Johnny Callison and Tony I I' I I

1 'r- WITH Lt:55 FfCnil threw wi'.oly trying t') head 'off Gonzalez but Juan homered Marichal for Philadelphia held on WE'LL BE CLOSED BE SURE TO BRING IN YOUR


for his 17th victory. He has lost MONDAY SEPT. 8 "CHEER" IVORY LIQUID"
I ... SA'OPf R 7tE'Oisl'stNCE six. jCOUPONS

T7/FAIL"" -niP"ctua// A PintoppersThe LABOR DAY. 'COMET" & "DASH" !

i : Other Games
I
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17 MAKE SOI./D coN IAOf League will begin action tomor- place Cincinnati closed to within
1'HP KeY IN K P/PN-r
it A R M4KM1VM Ol$Yi W CA' row night at 7 o'clock at Palm 5% games of Philadelphia witha "HOOD 33" I "KELLOGG'S"t'

Lanes. 6-3 victory over Milwaukee '

Los Angeles edged New York

4-3, Pittsburgh blanked Houston LIQUIDBLEACH CORNFLAKES

Sees j Fenms 1-0, and St. Louis nipped Chicago -
Only Single 5-4 in 11 innings.

More More More

Marichal, who was out for II'

nearly a month with a bad back .
in Ne Future
Category ar struck out 13 including seven in '

a row during one stretch. He ,

missed tying the modern record

By WILL GREVISLEY blasted Pietrangeli aside 6-2, 6- McKinley plays Pasarell and for consecutive strikeouts by I flc ac

FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) 2, 6-0. Peitrangeli complained oi t t Ashe meets Riessen in 'featuredthird QT. 8OZ.

The head man of the International a stiff neck and couldn't serve. round matches today. one.Marichal started his string I'

1 Lawn Tennis Federationsees Chuck McKinley of San Ante Australia's with one out in the third, fanning
two Emerson
the day not far off when nio, Tex., America's No. 1 1,l and Fred big Stolle --also won Tony Taylor and Callison. BTL. PKG. .

there will be such player, gave a devastatin He
no things as I Richie Allen, Wes Cov-
easily. Emerson trounced ButcNewman ,
amateurs and professionals in performance in crushing Penn. hington and Gonzalez in the .

tennis there will be only jit Lall of India 6-0, 6-1, 62. of San Antonio, 6-2, fourth and struck out Thomas E1
Dennis Ralston of 6-4, 64. Stolle eliminated Dimit
tennis players. Bakersfield,
4
,
: ri Sturdza of
"It's not a question of open Calif., seeded No. 2 behind Roy Switzerland 6-1 1 (Limit: 2 with your $3 or more food order, please.) (Limit: 2 with your $3 or mere food order, please)
6-4, 63. Emerson meets JamesMcManus
M
I tournaments Eaton Amerson of Australia, was little
any more
.less impressive in beating; of Berkeley, Calif.,
Griffith of London, a visitor at
I.
the U.S. National Champion- Raymond Moore of South Africa: next. 'CAMPBELL'S"TOMATO II w 'SHURFINE" _

ships said today. "The high- 6-0-- 6.2, 63. The best Sunday match saw

placed men in tennis are be- Other members of the U.S., Rafael Osuna of Mexico, the MILWAUKEE CINCINNATI !1

coming more aware that ama- team -Marty Riessen ClarkGraebner : third-seeded defending champion Carty If abrhbi 5220 Ruiz 2b brhbi 5020 EvaporatedSOUP

teurism is a sham. Charley Pasarell and I win a thriller from Donal Maye cf 5033 Pinson cf 4000
Mathews 3b 4000 Robinson rf 4 0 0 0
"It appears that the best Arthur Ashe also won second: Bell of Bethesda, Md., 11-9, 6-4, Torre 1b 4010 Johnson Ib 4120

solution is to throw all playersinto round matches. 108.Richardson. Oliver Bailey Ib c 2000 1000 Harper Pav'tich If c 3112 3110

Kolb rf 3010 Keough rf 1010 MILK
a single category and let Alou rf 1000 Crdenas IS 3120
them play it out." De la Hoz 3b 4 01 0 Boros 3b 21 1 1
Menke IS 4120 Maloney p 3113
Meanwhile, the so called Will Lemaster p 2 0 1 0 McCool pOD 0 0

amateurs of the world got into Cline Bolling ph ph 1000 1000

the fifth day of the national Totals 37 1II 3 Tclals 32 '11 ,

Milwaukee ............. 000 001 .
championships at West Side .............. 020 004 OOx 2003Cincinnati -4E TALL flc
Tennis Club today with the Retire AP Says -Bailey. Ruiz Keough Cardenas. DP TALLflC I
powerful U.S. and Australian -CIncinnati 7. 2. LOB-Milwaukee 8. CIncinnati

Davis Cup teams still intact but 3B Carty. HR-Harper (3): Maoney -
(1). SB-Kolb. Ruiz. S-Cardenas,
seeded ranks broken for the KANSAS CITY (AP) Sec- gritting the have McCool. CAN CAN'SEALDSWEET"
first time. game come up I IP H R ERBBSO ,
ond baseman Bobby Richard. often. Lemaster L, 13-11 6 f 6 6 2 3
.......
Hoeft .2 2 0 0 1 1
Major UpsetsA son, the heart and glue of the The Associated Press learned Maloney W. 13- '1-3' 3 2 1 4McCool I
pair of Britons New York Yankee defense is Richardson 2 0 0 0 0
Roger has signed a con T 2:13. A:.:. jjl2-3

Taylor and Mike Sangster, leaving baseball at 29 for' a tract to manage the YMCA i in CHICAGO ST. LOUIS I (Limit: 3 with your $3 or more food order, please.)
pulled off major upsets Sundayby YMCA job in his hometown Sumter, S.C, and informed the .brhbi ab r h bi
eliminating the No. 6 and No. after this The Rogers ss 5120 Flood cf 5130
season Associated
Yankee management of his Burton rf cf 3010 Brock If 5112
!C 7 seeded players, respectively, I Press has learned. decision to retire.Contacted Williams If 6010 White lb 5022
Santo 3b 2112 Boyer 3b 5000 FROZEN "GOLDEN RIPE"Bananas
Manuel Santana of Spain and Sunday night after Banks 1b 5010 Groat SS 5000
The deeply religious Rich Cowan cf 4111 Skinner rf 3010
Nicola Pietrangell of Italy. the Yankees completed a three- Stewart ph 1000 Maxvill 2b 1000 -
Taylor knocked off Santana :ardson long has been active in Bertell c 0000 Javier 2b 3000 ,
LEMONADELIMEADE
game sweep over the A's, Rich Schaffer c 4000 James ph 1000Gebr'Is'n
3-6, 7-5, 6-4, 7.9, 6-4. Sangster :youth work and reports of his ardson said: I rf 1000 Shannon rf 1000
Campbell 2b 5 1 1 1 McCarver c 5 3 3 0
Denies It Broglio p 3020 Sadecki p 2000
McDaniel p 2 0 1 0 Warwick ph 1000 -
"I haven't made such a deci Spiezio ph 1010H'phreys ,I

SUNS REGAINFIRST sion-there's it and Idon't p 0000
nothing to Totals 414114 Totals 435114
know how these rumors Two out when winning run scored. I'

' Chicago ..............001 101 001 00 4
,
get started. It's well known thatI St. Louis .. ............ 100 000 1C2 81-5E :.
plan to get a job working with -Brock, Campbell. Santo. DP St. J
after Louis 1. LOB-Chicago 11, St. Lculs 10. I tJ'
baseball
PLACEBy people
young my 2B-Flood. McCarver 2. Williams. HR- Ac Ac
career is over. Right now Campbell (1). Santo (26). Cowan (17)I 6OZ. .
SB-Brock. S-Burton. Humphreys. SFSanto. -:
I'm just thinking about helpingthe : I LB.
I IP H R ER BB '
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS knock them out of first place. club win a pennant." Broglio ..' ... 41-36 2 1 2 SO 3 I
McDaniel. L, 1-7 41-35 3 J 1
The victory put Jacksonville a ........ 2io I CAN
The battle between Rochester, Richardson possibly is the Sadecki 61-37 3 3 1 I
.........
half game in front of the league Taylor 2.30 0 C 0 f
Toronto and Buffalo for t h i rd best second baseman in base Schultz ......... 2 2 1 1 1 21 1
and moved the Bisons into .
and fourth places and a spot in fourth place behind Toronto ball and his loss at 29 with Cuellar H'phreys W'1-0 .0. 2 1 1 : : 2 1 ; I
the International League play several seasons left would be a Cuellar faced 2 men .In 10th.
which swept a doubleheader WP-McDaniel. PB-McCarver. T-3:23.
offs is getting in the way of the from Rochester to drop the Red major blow to the Yankees. Thisis A16161.

two team fight for the his in the SAN
pen- Wings from third to fifth placein eighth season ma FRANCISCO abrhbi. PHILADELPHIA abrhbi
nant. the running. jors. His career batting averageof Kuenn If 4112 Taylor 2b 4000 '
Syracuse, which has swapped .272 doesn't reflect his great Lanier 2b 4OlOCallison rf 4111 f FLA GRADE "A"
Top Columbus Mays cf 3110 Allen 3b 3100
first and second places with value to the club.Richardson's Hart rf 4010 Covlngton If 4 0 1 1 )
Jacksonville Colum- Cardenat rf 0 0 0 0 Gonzalez If 4111
Jacksonville whipped
tunes
numerous in
Cepeda Ib 4111 Thomas Ib 4000
the last month, felt the brunt of bus 5-1 and Toronto whipped salary this yearof Davenp't 3b 4 0 0 0 Trlandos c 3000

the secondary battle Sunday Rochester 2-1 and 6-5. In another $35,000 to $40,000 is several Crandall Pagan ss c 4130 4000 Amaro Short p ss 0000 3020, ,

when the Buffalo Bisons erupted game, last place Atlanta. times what he'll make with the Marichal p 4000 Locke H'rrns'n P.ph 0000 1000 I FRYERS

for eight runs in one inningto edged Richmond 5-4. YMCA in Sumter. But he has Baldschun p 1000
Totals :35 4 13 Totals 31 3 S 3
trounce the Chiefs 3-5 a nd Buffalo pounded Bruce Bru- often said money isn't important San Francisc ............ 002 100 011-4/1/,
baker and Al Pehanick for sev- -and leaves a strong Philadelphia .............. 018002800-3E .

en hits in the second inning, in- impression he means it. -Amaro, Allen Baldschun Thomas,II
Philadelphia s tt'
Trlandos. LOB-San Francisco 5. .
Two-Girl cluding a three run home run :X "
2B Crandall Covlngton. 3B' -Lanier.Crandall .
and single by Duke Carmel, his -, Mays. HR-Kuenn (4), Coped!

35th homer of the year. Webster Has Cepeda.(2T), Gonzalez S-Locke.(4)), Callison (25)). $8-1 QUARTERED.OR.SPLIT :

Golf Fight Joe Morgan clouted a iwo-run IP H R ER 1
Marichal, W, 17-4' 5 3 3 1 131 ___
double and Heck Espino singled Short ._....,.... 21-3" 2 2 0 1,
home another to give Jack Chance For Locke .......... 2 2-3 1 1 1 0 tl
run
SEATTLE (AP) Inglewood Baldschun, L, *-4 3 3 1 0 1 1,, I
Open Golf Tournament becamea sonville a 3-0) lead in the first T2SflA21,548.. i FRESH "100% PURE" LB.

Inning. The Suns added anotherin LOS ANCELES NEW YORK I
two
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top the Second TitleNEW ab r h bi ab r h bi; .
money, $1,500, today between seventh on singles by Wills ss 4120 Klaus 2b 3818' GROUND BEEF. C.
Rigoberto Mena and Jack Da- Gilliam 2b 5112 Kanehl 2b 1008W.Davis !
Rawls and
Betsy Kathy Whit- cf 4120 Kranep'l Ib 3111
'
worth. Home-towner maska and the final'one in the YORK (AP) Bob T.Davis If 4000 Ch'toph'r rf 400 0
Ruthie Jes- 'Webster Griffith rf 4130 Altman If 4011 i
eight on Bob Lipski's double the high-diving specialist -
close however Fairly Ib 3011 Smith 3b 4118Rosebore
sen was enough,
and an error. from Santa Ana, Calif., will 1 c 4 8 2 1 Elliot cf 3018.;;
to overtake the leaders if she Oliver 2b 2000 Gonder C 4088
The lone Columbus' run came get his chance to become the Reed p 2808 M'Millan *s 3 1 1 11RJUIIIer l 2 i iso
could conquer the obstinate Pl' 1 0 Hickman ph 1 8 0 8'' LBS.88c
back nine of the long and hilly on an eight inning homer by second man in history to win a Stallard P 2000 I

layout.Inglewood's. Frank Herrera, his 20th of the 'second 10-meter platform title 33 412 4 Taylor Trtate pn 33371 1008Tatals ,i

season. in the Olympics. LM An9t4SY ... .. 001200
par of 72 frustrated Five Runs New .,.:::: .:: ::. HI ee 1H-4 i '

the field for three days, with Atlanta Webster, a 25-year-old Army E-Reed. Griffith. OP-Los Angeles I.! r -

only three golfers able to shaveit on six consective exploded hits for hi live the runs i PFC, won the spectacular high York New York 5. 1. LOB-Los Angeles 1. New' .! 50 EXTRA EXTRA _____ SO E X TRA _

by even a stroke. sec- i dive event at the Astoria Pool 1 SB-Wills, Griffith. 3B-Roseboro. HR-, i
GOID GOLD
ofGOLD I I
ond inning and held on to whip Gilliam (2). SB Oliver. S Wills. SF- With This Coupon With This i Coupon and With This Coupon and
Miss Jessen matched par Sun Richmond. I Sunday in the windup of the 16- Fairly, Krarvepool.IP i The Purchase n. Purchase of Tile Pvrdlase 4d
Ray Bellino opened H R ER BBSO .,
day, blazing around the first the rally with 'a single 'followed; !day Olympic aquatic trials. BuI Reed,W,27 24 7 3 3 1 ,. "Blue Bonnet,. BOND Patio" BOND Each BOND
R. Miller ... 11-3' 0 0 0 2' EnchiladaDINNERS Pit, of
in
nine three-under
34 and
a he admits he'll need lot
that oJ
by singles by Chuck Meson, a StaUard, L, tit 7 10 4 4 3 2 OLEO ;
then losing her 'advantage by Tony Washington and John II practice to attain the sharpnesshe Bearnartti T-2:41 A25.545.HOUSTON .2 2 0 0 0 1' One Lb. Pit,. STAMPS STAMPS 'Center Sliced"HAM STAMPS
i 12.0 .
poor putting on three of the Snyder and a bases loaded had in winning his firs! PITTSBURGH I 2. for 54c S9c: Pkg.I < .

next four holes. triple by Olympic crown, at Rome in abrhbi all r It bi Coupon Good at THRIFTWAY" Coupon
Sany Valdespino. Only Good THRIFTWAY" Coupon Good of '
Miss Rawls, who had one of f Ron Piche held Rochester to 1960. LIUIs Fox 2b ss 4000 4 0 e 0 Virden Bailey :35 cf 4010 4110Spangler L II thru We
the tourney's 71s Saturday, flirted four cl 3 0 2 0 Oemente rf 3. 0 0
hits in the first game for "I need work lots of it," said Bond Ib 4.1 Lynda If "Il flaw fc r mm B .
with par Sunday until she Mota M 1 0 0 0 i .
his
13th victory against three Asp ro'te 3b 112 0
the I Webster after he, runner-up Lou Wines rf 3111 Cfdenort Ib 310 J Il I<
drove poorly on 15th hole
defeats while Bobby Del Greco White H 3121 Burgess e 3000 "La ,
I Vituccl of Fla. and
and took a bogey five. Her 73 slapped his 16th homer of theyear Hollywood, Grote c 3010 MazersU 2b 311 0 l i Choy"Chop "La Choy"Soy
Ah Force Lt Tom Gompf of liottebart p I 111 Alley ss 3010 !'
for the day gave her 217 for 54 1000 Law
to the ninth inning of the Roberts ph : 21':1 I
Ohio named to .
Dayton were TetaJs 31STN a
and brought her into
holes tday's
second game to break up the ,tie the men's platform team for the I l4eustM ... .'.-_....... aoeeceeae-e I SueyVegetables.
final round with a one- game and give the Govrr Leafs ntntwnh_......,.... ... Del 88<-l .
stroke lead over Miss Whit the victory. Tokyo games next month.Webster's E Spaogler, Fox. DP Houston X'itUbvrgA No. 303 31' 5-Ox. 19
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worth. : 3. LOB Houston 3. PittS- I Can Sauce . Stl.
Today's games: coach, Dr. Sammy burgh 4.2B I -
Kathy came home with a nand Buffalo at -Spangler' Gaines Law. SB -, Chow Mein .
Toronto 2 gimes, 2 Lee of Anaheim, Calif., is the Oendenon. Sf-Lynch. I Beef ,
a' case of shivers induced p.m., EDT. only man who has repeated as IP H R Ell BI SO I I No. 3C3( 17'' t No. 30l
I Nottebart, U18 7 7 1 1 I 1 Noodles 53"J-
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. $t y p'y[ yx'.d i .a N, Pros Wind Up Exhibitions, Point to OpenersBy


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DICK COUCH Diego defeated Oakland 24-10 At Cleveland, the Browns Brown I
300-pound Roger
Associated Press Sports Writer 'and Denver outscored Boston established themselves as No. 1 tained the Giants in the secon.1half. con- gained 110 yards on the groundset rookie Lester Josephson with San Diego its margin over the
t Professional football followers :28-17 in AFL contests. contenders for their first division Reserve quarterback Earl up a touchdown and two two minutes remaining. Faison a bruised shoulder.
today looked anxiously toward U of 24 field goals. The Rams fast quarterback(: [victory ia five games proved
title
toe
since V)>1 behind MorraU completed the scoring]
next weekend's National and I I The Bears held Dallas to a Roman Gabriel in the third costly, with Ernie Ladd, Keith
Johnny Unitas
1. Pittsburgh
passed -running of Jim Brown and the with a 36-yard TD bomb to Jim pair of field and '
American league openers after, dizzy in the Hall of Fame 'toe of veteran Lou Groza. Gibbons. goals wrappedup period when he reinjured his Lincoln, Lance Alworth and
.. a climactic flurry of pre-season(game, completing 13 of 24 for Brown rushed for 130 yards and Crowds their victory at New Orleans right knee, previously hurt Aug. 'Earl Faison among seven casu-
4 I Large i in the final period on Rudy 15 in a game against Cleveland. alties. Ladd has twisted ankle
activity that produced theyear's 242 yards and a pair of touch- scored twice, 38 a ,
sprinting
yards The doubleheader, brainchild, Bukich's 30-yard scoring to The Jets, whose
pass only Lincoln
biggest exhibition turnout downs. Rookie Tony Lorick and exhibi- a broken finger, Al
; bucking one-half yard. of Browns owner Arthur Modell, Bill Martin and Dave Whitsell's tion defeat to Buffalo,
was worth
4 .:. ; and left the surprising Minnesota bulled over for one tally and I Groza booted field goals of 42 a pulled leg muscle and
y. attracted crowds of 77,683 an<*1 56-yard touchdown run with a overtook the Bills in the final Faison a bruised shoulder.
the
with
Vikings only perfect raced 25
yards for another and
as 43 The
record. the Colts finished with at.-! Cleveland's yards.fourth victory in was 83,218 in two previous years.Minnesota's I II blocked field goal attempt. two minutes on a Dick Wood Jacky Lee, on lend lease
a row
JOHNNY UNITAS The exhibition campaign i exhibition slate. I Tarkenton hit Come Back Don Maynard TD pass that from Houston, combined with
Blasts Steelers wound up Sunday at Canton, Ed after an opening loss. I fullback Brown with a four-yaro After San Francisco, rookie covered 17 yards. Daryle La- Charlie Mitchell for a 76-yard
Ohio, where Baltimore drubbed Clarke Healey, Jimmy Conzel-! Tom Watkins' two yard payoff toss in the final 16 seconds -George Mira had pulled the i monica passed for both Buffalo pass-run for Denver's first
man, Hinkle Art
Roo- and Cox kicked
the decisive 49ers ahead with two
48-17 in the NFL's. scoring touchdown and the Broncos
Pittsburgh plunge and Wayne Walker's 16- touchdowns.Fourth
ney, Roy Lyman, August Mi-
point. The Eagles had strikes, one a 71-yarder to Dave Win
second Hall of Fame game after ,chalske yard field goal gave Detroit a went on to hand Boston its 12th
Labor DayRacing seven grid greats were inducted and George Trafton taken a 20-14 lead behind rookie Parks, the Rams came back to Tobin Rote hit Don Norton straight exhibition loss.' Tie
the 17.10 halftime in the
Hall of Fame induc edge
were
opener quarterback Jack Concannon win
into the shrine. on a 32-yard payoff pitch with 32- and 21-yard_ scoring Patriots wound up (0-5) this sum-
SetSpeedway The game drew a crowd of tees. and the Lions' defense, led by whose passing and running-he from rookie Bill Munson to flips in the first half that gave mer.

10,000, boasting the league's .
record attendance figure for (
At pre-season play to 1,191,811 for

34 dates, including last month's .
\ Drivers All-Star classic at Chicago.
from all over the state
, : will be on hand at Alacnua Coun Top Crowd
! ty Speedway today for the La The year's top crowd-83,736

: bor Day racing program. -packed Cleveland's Municipal
: A 40 'lap feature race Stadium Saturday night to
: the which swatch the Browns upend Green
program, also in
( : cludes an "Australian Chase" Bay 20-17 and Detroit humblethe YOU CAN WIN
New York Giants 24.10 in
;j : and a "Demolition_ Derby." NFL bargain bill. an
: Leading-drivers trying for the
, At Hershey, Pa., the Vikingswon
: $800 purse, largest of the sea their
fifth straight,
1 : son will be Larry Fiynn of f nipping
.t Philadelphia 21.20 in the closing
; Daytona Beach, Jim Bates of
: Ocala, Mark.Gabordi of Melrose seconds on a Fran Tarken-

1 : and JimmjHSapg: of Gac1.. yille.. tonBill Brown touchdown pass for two to the
and Fred Cox's in
:- collisions Flynn outfasteoT Saturday< a stries night ofj to E: Elsewhere Saturday conversion.night, a big trip inauguration

j : take first place jna.25 lap feature Washington surprised. St. Louis
: race. He took_' the lead i in I 17-10; Chicago whipped Dallas
the 24th 21-6 and Los Angeles shaded
lap. ;
: A total of 27 cars participated San Francisco 21.17 in NFL
: in the race that attracted approximately conditioners. The New York Washington PLUS..a new Ford Mustang

:. 1,000 spectators. Jets topped Buffalo 19-17; San
-Fiynn had the fastest time in i
: trials with 22.06, followed by
: Milford Cross with 22.11. UF Gridders


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: High 'Springs the third.. Ken
: Powell of Jacksonville was the of Florida football
victor in the first semifinal, and players, varsity, B team and
Roberts won the second semifin: freshmen, were official'y wel

al. barbecue.Gainesville comed yesterday Quarterback at the annual Club $5,000 in cash all first prize in the


&MAJOR14 Guest speaker for the affa i r
was Red Mitchum, former Gator

LEAGUE h" days.gridder in the "Golden Era" Crown.

BEAD Also speaking briefly were Royal Cola

UF President J. Wayne Reitz, "
head coach Ray Graves and
NATIONAL. : LEAGUE B-team coach John Elbner.
Batting 325 t bats Clement Pitts
burgh. .331; Carty Milwaukee .327. Graves introduced his coach-
Runs Mays San Francisco,..< .
101; Allen.
Philadelphia 103. ing staff, which included new- .
100 Runs Snto batted, Chicago in ,-U.ails .Boyer St. Louis. ,comers Billy Kinard, Fred Pan- 0r
Clemente Pittsburgh 17V; Wil- coast and Ed Kensler, and the
Clams Chicago 171.
Doubles May Milwaukee 34; Wil players.
lams Chicago, 34.
Triples Santo Chicago and Allen
e Philadelphia 10; Pinson, Cincinnati I Charlie Kolb
and Callison Philadelphia,!. ,
i Home runs Mays San Francisco 3*; : ;
Williams Chicago 29. Breaks Record
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'! Stolen bases Wills, Los Angeles ; )
43rBrockj Pitching St.12'declslons Louis. 39.- Bunnira. Phil- DAYTONA BEACH (AP) \
dliphla..1M. .100; Koufax Los Angeles. Miami's Charlie Kolb broke the
1S..792.Strleouts GJ.1
record he set last in the
Koufax. Los Angeles 223; year
Drysdat.AMERICAN Los Angeles I ,LEAGUE 207. Paul Whiteman sports car trophy
Batting 325 at bats Oliva. Minne race to win again at.an average
iota .325; Mantle, New York J0 .
Runs Oliva. Minnesota.' 102 How- speed of 94.95 miles an
Mr. Cleveland f I. hour in Porsche RSK.
Hits Runs. 102 batted Stuart in Boston.- KIII.?;,.brew, Minnesota Kolb was a ahead every lap in II V II m ,
Oliva Minnesota
181
Kansas City 155. ; .Causey. the feature event at Interna-
Doubles.Minnesota- Bressoud.34. Boston. 31; Oltva tional Speedway Sunday. The

Triples Versille. Minnescte, 10,; previous record of 94.18 miles
Yastreiemskl Angeles, I. Boston and Fregou, Los an hour was made in a Lotus ; .
Home runs --Killebrew. Minnesota 45; nn rt n t- rfIlllMIMJll ft
Powell
BifTirot t and Colavito. Kansas 23.Kolb
City. 31.Stolen. also won the feature
SO; Weis.bases Chicago-1*Aparicio. Baltimore' Saturday in a Porsche RSK, 7Ii '
Pitching 12 decisions Bunker! Bal ,covering. five laps at an average
timore 14-4, ,
.771; Chance. Los Angeles l
t 17-4. .730. speed of 94.43 miles an i
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1 Homestead Receive 'Test' Nov.-t,

& ..C y : Exemption to .

f By DOUGLAS STARR ment say it,would produce some saying it would give Sarasota, He said some method must be Because of its affect upon so f I

I 'k F TALLAHASSEE AP-A sin- $250,000 more, in taxes for the County a chance to improve its found to permit counties to finance J many voters, homestead exemption '
( county, all of it earmarked for local financial status. their schools at the local ] has been almost sacred to '; I
I '- ra gle-county effort to raise more public, schools.J. level. the politician falling into the "

; money for public schools by D. Strickland, president State School Supt. Thomas Counties get 'funds for their :same category as home and
changing the state's constitutional Bailey came out in favor of the mother for vote-getting pur-
osRV the Sarasota County Education public schools from the property -
amendment, qualifying it by
homestead
provi-
exemption Association, said in a letter last tax. But, this is limited to 20 poses. \
sion has the of poli- saying he favored it only because
,!iTft. < ticians at caught every level.eye week urging support of the the amendment was approved -mills, regardless of the 'need. If the amendment is ratified,

R J amendment that ratification in a special election in So far, 38 counties reached the it:could mean a change in the

.. ..' y ;,.., The effort-by Sarasota Coun- would have these effects: Sarasota County last May. 20-mill() limit.Sarasota thinking of the people that the

.. J. .. bJ4 $fr tymarks the first time in 30 -5,700 homeowners who pay County's millage needs of education are becoming
= years that homestead exemption no property tax would a "There is not sufficient evidence vastly more important.
L pay
, i .:tri7:1-H: 1 $l tn;: stood at 14 this year.
: "'; ,.sU" aM: has been this close to change. maximum of $31.14 per year. to suggest such a programas
I P 2 iim The constitutional amendmenton the Sarasota plan for statewide .I After the 20, mill limit is''
I f &VU.t:< I iJII" ,,..:"'.,j.J the Nov. 3 general election -5,700 who pay less than '$31 application," he said.reached, the county must either''' PROPANELPmls
"Y .!. per year would pay an additional "(but) the of :
: PARTINK'.Wri.riE i' LINCOLN only. j tax.No County have already voted and gram or seek revenue either by
approved this amendment .
to
one who pays more than reassessing property provide
Under the amendment, the $31 would have his taxes in- (and) the people of Sarasota additional revenue or by askingthe
Levy Vote on TapIn first $2,000 value of a homestead creased. County should not be prohibitedfrom Legislature for it. HOTTER THAN
would be taxable under the seeking ways to finance NATURAL GAS
, county millage and, the next -With a broader tax base, their own county schools. I!. Political figures are watchingthe
$5,000 value would be exempt. millage could be reduced. I Sarasota amendment Cook fir Heat Water
Under the current provision, the Bailey said the amendmentwas because it could be a stepping Low Cost
first $5,000 is exempt. Following the letter, the Flori- a step in providing counties: stone to changing the homestead
Fla. House RaceBRONSON da Education Association came with more local revenue for local -'.exemption provision of the con-, FR 6-5110 .
Those supporting the amend- out in favor of the amendment, schools. stitution for the state as a whole.I I.


Levy C o u n ty precincts will still have to use Gulf Hammock, one; Mc\ariston,! ., .
residents go to the polls tomor hand ballots. ,
row to select a Democratic The schedule for placing the one.Precincts
at Janney, Levy-
nominee for the House of Rep- voting machines the various "
ville, Montbrook Raleigh and
resentatives held since 1952 for tomorrow's election
seat precincts ,
Red Hollow will use hand bal .
by. the late Frank Marshbura. is as follows: '
Candidates for the poet in- Williston 7 and 7-A, two ma- lots.If .
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clude Ford Lincoln, WilJiston, chines each; Chiefland, 13 and a runoff between the top G1\/fq
John C. (Bud) Partin Ill Chief- 3A, two each; Bronson, two, two candidates is necessary a Make both ends"with

land, and Jos. M. (Joe) Wilder, Cedar Key two; Judson one; second primary will be held on UU a

Cedar Key.Lincoln Otter Creek one; Inglis, two; Sept 22. .
f a former city coun I .
,( cilman and mayor of Williston,
FOOD FAIR SAVINGS
t :, has been married 32 years and Youth
has one daughter and four Injured
grandchildren. He is a memberof r" '- PRICES GOOD THROUGH WEDNESDAY NOON QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
the First Presby tel i an

Church of \V'llliston.A .
At 1-75 TurnoffA
past president of tr.e LP
Gas Institute of Northcen t r a I] !

Florida, Lincoln is a LP Gas
Texas student Kenneth Vivian Sneed Benton 31,
Dealer in Williston. He is a .. .
member of the Levy County Glen Norman Sr., 20, was un- High Springs, underwent'x- -
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Chamber of Commerce end De- der intensive care for serious 'rays today for diagnosis of I : BLUE RIBBON QUALITY FRESH "_

velopment Commission.J. injuries at Alachua General possible injuries. She was driving '"'. ': .
C. (Bud) Partin, 23, is Hopsital today. the other car. Sally Mae .
making his first bid for political Winn, 21, High Springs, a pas- GROUND BEEF
office.A Norman was injured last senger with her was not ad- .
farming partner with his night when his Volkswagen mitted to the hospital. -
father, J. C. Partin Jr., the coming off Interstate 75 at Ala- I I
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young aspirant is a 1963 gradu- chua crossed the road in frontof Deputy Fred C. Duke of the;I FAIR .
from the Alachua County Sheriff's Office -
ate University of Flor- an oncoming car on U.S. 441. .
and is a graduate of Chiefland said the Norman car cross
Partin was born in Willistonand Price Norman, 21, a passen- ed in front of Miss Benton's' .
is a graduate of Chiefland ger in the same car, was treat- car, traveling east at about 55 : RIBBON
High School. ed and released. Both Normansare m.p.h. %

Joe Wilder 46, manages the from Corpus Christi, Tex. .. -
Gulf View Cottages and is cur- '" -
NOTICE OF CHURCH MEMBERSHIPMEETING .
rently president of the City NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING
Council The City Plan Board will hard: a Public Notice Is hereby Given that all mem-
in Cedar Key. He is a Hearing on September 17, 194, at bers of the Campvllle Baptist Church : :
member of the school advisory I:00 P.M. In the auditorium of the and all former members of the Church Ji
Utilities Operations Center. 555 South- which were members on the 23rd day .
board and deputy directcr of east 5th Avenue Gainesville Florida to of March 1954 are hereby requested to
consider: attend a special meeting of the Church FARMER GRAYSKINLESS
civil defense
for
Cedar Key. 1. A request by the Trustees of Cen- membership to. be held at the home of
Wilder is the father of five tenary Methodist Church of Gaines- Mr. J. T. Carlton Jr. on the 10 day of
September 1964 at 7:30 o'clock
children and has five grandchildren. ville.In Block Florida F. lakeway to close the Groves alley lying lying The purpose of this meeting Is p.m.to elect; FRANKS : i
a board of trustees of the Church in order '
He is an active memberof South of State Road No. 20 as per That the proposed sale! of land CHICKEN OF THE-SEA CHUNK LIGHT MEATTUNA
plat thereof recorded In PUt Book
owned by the Church at Campvllle. Florida
the Church of Jhrist. ,
"C" at page 14 of the pl'-'ic rec- ,
be that
accomplished and
may so
Levy County will be using: vot- ords of Alachua County, Florida. a decision can be made as to the use
This alley' 'its In the block bounded of the proceeds of the proposed sale. $ O
ing machines for the first timeon by the Hawthorne Road, Southeast1st MRS. FLORA SHEROUSEMRS. SAVE 15 6/2 orCANS
89c
Avenue and Southeast lAth BLANCHE LONG 3
a countywide basis tomor- 3120
Street. Campvllle Baptist Church 1 = ON 3
row but five of the smaller (3587) 9:6. 7 (3558) 8:17, 24, 31; 9:7 I :


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DEAR ABBY .f. .. __. nJllUII'l'i kINK &IQIJ fJA\E A rotNT THESE" r YATG5( HAY *

f HERe".AA EXCLAA1i0NPOINTj! \MHAHAHA NO SENSE OF HUMOR !

i : What' your pr.kUta" ? For a gen- I9

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Abigail Van Bur en *. Abby answers art mail.
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SAW YOU oivr co... ,, WHAT MAH r '
DEAR ABBY: I've been married for 26 years. L don't know DEAR CONFESSED: To confess unfaithfulness to a spouse DUCK INTHERE" ,w YOLJ OF? AH cJUSTGOT DO YOU HUSbU4EF 'IOUR.J.fUS8AND-1
how to word this and still get it in the paper, 'bat Ill try. in order to relieve one's guilty conscience is selfish and cruel. HEREI WQNT? 1t7DON'T BUT /1LL' UHE!P4

What I mean is. I still have the greatest respect and admiraBetter to'spare the mate the pain, and ask God's forgiveness. : MIND r MEGETARAB&ITOUTOFWCLOSET
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'tion for my husband, and I do appreciate his many good If the wrong-doer must carry the guilt silently he will be less W ?

qualities, but the thrill is gone. Maybe I am expecting toomuch apt to repeat the act. I have always doubted the motives ZIII

out of married life at my age, but I don't think so. I of one who would confess an affair to a mate. It is usually =

4m 47 and be is 50. But' I read in the paper all the time that done to let the spouse know that he (or she) can be physicallylots < mIT'L

of men who are 50 years old, and some older, get hauled attractive to someone else. '

into court on paternity charges and things like that. Is there *

'some way of finding out if I should just resign myself to DEAR ABBY I jyst returned from a wonderful vacation. yd r

this way of living. or is there something I can do about it? The only thing wrong-was that I almost caught pneumonia in
MISSING SOMETHING
the air-conditioned restaurants.

Why do restaurant owners think they are doing their customers -.
DEAR MISSING: If you feel that you are "missing something a big favor by keeping their places like the inside of a

," then you are. Majbe )'our.husband's missing something refrigerator? You either have to sit there and freeze, or eat X X SS S f
too. Make an appointment with your:family physIcIanwith your coat on, which is awkward and inconvenient. Please "" I SHORE I NEVER WANT \ WHY NOT J/1 OWE HIM t

for-both jou and your husband-and don't miss that! print this, Abby. Maybe some restaurant owners will see it, .. PAW-AtNTVEGOIN' AIN'T" TO LAY EVES OM I !, HONEY THunyCENTS
OVER TO PLAY THAT SHIF'LESS / 1' POT? -
take the hint, and provide mink stoles for the ladies to wear Hi
DE'AR ABBY You always advise a husband or wife whoin their morgue-like atmospheres. Thank you. i jIMI i CHECKERS WIFVORE SKONK AG'INU
has been unfaithful NOT to confess his unfaithfulness to his "COLD TOMATO" OL BUDDy o

mate.I disagree with I think the wrong-doer feels CALEB
you. enCD
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much better if he can relieve himself of his guilty conscience.I .
TO J. McH. Yes, civilization is making.
CONFIDENTIAL :
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sketches, improvisationsand 11:00 O O ,
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cattleman elopes with one opening sketch is likelyto story of Col. Paul Tibbets,, O Love of Life

of her father's ranch raise the blood pres- pilot of the plane that 12:25 O News
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'the Israelites blame their and Sister ,Veronica off .TJ
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manrwho has the toughest I Lodge. Ngu>en Xuan Oanh is, now in course, is to win the war, but RENDER... ( s I

job In-in-thrTforld; the momentis i "Yes I see, sir. Right, sir. charge of the Saigon govern- we realize that this cannot be
Henry-Cabot Lodge, who has' understand. Of course. Thank ment. Dr. Oanh is a Harvard-
done until there is a stable CD
been 1t V IIrii MOund the world;I'i ou." x educated economist and gets government -
He the and(along' well with Ambass- in Viet Nam. We feel
at tfi-e t iegliesi'of President hangs up phone very .
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Johnson, explaining our VietNam I I continues: ador Taylor. Gen. Khanh is now we have such a governmentwith ,

to heads of state. in Dalat resting from a physical Dr. Oanh and "
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It's a lonely job and a.perilous I{ believe the best solution and mental breakdown.
experts
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The phone rings again and rrs WAV' F N IT iN T4t5 WE FNI5u
to the problem would be The phone rings again and OVENUtiDE Z6i 7VYr'4 T. GAMET MAKIh3TN05EI
one.Although we haven't attend to, have a three-man military Ambassador Lodge answers it. Ambassador Lodge answers it } L -- DELICIOUS

ed any of the briefings,..we. can'junta govern until we can have "Thank you very m u c b. wearily. "Yes, sir. Whom did I -I47. !' .f AI MEAT BALLS

just imagine what Is :going on elections. We feel) Gen. Khanh That's very interesting."I you say? Madame Nhu? Thank I a oF 1"Jt RS ./ e

as Ambassador. Lodge is presenting -has been a handicap and we want you to understand, you." { FCC e
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his case,let us say, to intend to support Gen. Minn, Your Majesty, we have not \ 4- Q D
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the King ,of :iunark. I whom Gen. Khanh had disposed -ruled out Gen. Khanh's contri -
where I?
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outset that the United States our help..Our strategy is to send Nam. We have decided that in -

has the"sluation in Viet Nam; the South Vietnamese army out spite of everything he still 9,564 LoseRailroad *

well in.hand. Under the firm into the field tQ fight the Viet holds the title of Premier and ; :

leadershipof Gen. Nguyen Cong: on, their own terms." we have every intention at this Jobs
Khanh ,new reforms have time of
many- supporting his govern-
An aide whispers somethingin .
been instituted. ,Ambassador Lodge's ear ment. CLEVELAND Ohio (AP) Mf1NrlHILE..
As Ambassador Lodge 'IS He tods and "Because of The Ambassador's secretaryhands H. E. Gilbert, president of the --- ---- -- UEUTENAWTf..THI5: 16. A2UP6E SATt ACTIO
says KIC.WHAT'S
speaking courier from the him another Brotherhood of Locomotive 1 YOU GO ON HOME, PAR XER/ MEET ME jAT'VtXK R 70KEST'R' -
the rioting in Saigon our stra- paper. PATTI! LET ME OFFICE AS X NA 6ET YC>fi IF
American Embassy rushes in tegy has been flexible and ware "As you have probably read firemen and Enginemen, said av ast 6.Zf. MANTLE THIS ANN AS P0 5tl11 E.' /'" M YOt1 HUQi' NE .". !
and gives him-a telegram. The now urging the South Viet the main problem in Viet Namis today that the number of work > PCTI' LEf9'S' GOES -
Ambassador reads it ers leaving the industry becauseof 3 TD 7JO&E PAKKQTSHOME r
namese forces to return to Saigon the friction between the AK2 CONFESSES 3 ;
'Well, as I was saying, Gen. to prevent the breakdownof Catholics and the Buddhists. the elimination of the use of NOT air: HER ,

Khanh has been dividing the law and order. We feel this Realizing this, the Americans firemen is larger than the union { U MCU'EMaIT. ;t z

country, and the United States can best I* hone with, .Gen. have a, plan to prevent rioting had expected. SUT WITH HOW KENO IT
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feels he can no longer control' Minh in command of the- "T between the two factions." Gilbert said a recent survey KESUUEP INGWTYS 'S
the various factions. It is our "But we feel at the same 66ATIN3 b
showed that 2,564 men had been 1
from 'the t .
Another .AMP NOW INMS .
belief that the best solution to messenger tune that some rioting would separated from their jobs since RETALIATION.: ;
American : dashes. in
the problem: would be to, support Embassy have a good effect and therefore the arbitrationruling _became 1
'a General who has the'confidence -and hands Mr.,.Lodge a:,cable. we lye' authorized the riots effective last May 7 and that the & I :

of the people. I "Therefore, in line with what now going on throughout the railroads bad paid $22 million in -_ k1k i .

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I f Improved Seafood For Faster I Southern Town Is Unhappy About Job Corps .,


Yule Mail
Sfrrofnrk\ tmrs ral parklands, wildlife preservesand ber s,u p p orts the proposed locate the problem children of more than 200 persons appeared
I national forests. camp.. northern slums than to reeducate to express their views on the
For the HousewifeBy WASHINGTON (AP) The BY BEN A. FRANKLIN On Aug. 21 an editorial in the these impoverished camp. An overwhelming :"ma
,Post Office plans to meet a Only two of the 22 camps for useful in
youngsters paces
Richmond N Leader at-
WASHINGTON-The first major e ws- jority opposed it.
record Christman avalanche of designated to date are in the I "
WALTER SULLIVAN take a dose that might bring the Johnson ad- tacked the York County site. society.
GENEVA-A about chemical changes within 12 billion pieces of mail in Dec- program of cam- deep South, and of these only It said: Local opponents of the camp The public and spokesmenfor
pilot project ministration's antipoverty
the food, changing its taste, ember by keeping windows open one, in York County, Vat:, has subsequently charged that the Job Corps will oe givena
"The
that, it is hoped, will ultimately paign is meeting strenuous re- majority of these re-
longer, expanding delivery ser gen crated public resistance.But ;
increase the variety and smell and texture. It may also sistance in at least one sectionof cruits will be Negroes from the it would bring "Negro hoodlums final opportunity to speakat
vices and using the ZIP codeto the breadth and depth of
alter its color and its from Harlem" into the
quality of seafood availableto destroy the rural South. streets of northern slums, possibly a mass meeting scheduled
feeling against establishing
a
speed parcel delivery.
vitamins. up community a charge that offi-
: American housewives is The resistance is describedby in the tidewater Virginia with records of minor ju- for the night of Sept. IS at the
.about to be launched. Hence, Dr. Fowler said, the Postmaster General John A. worried officials litre as camp venile delinquency and certainlywith cials here described as "com
is for
County cause concern York School. The -
High
i It employs radiation to kill doses used are one-quarter as Gronouski outlined these three one of the ironies of the rioting officials here. various mental and emotional pletely false. supervisors'
spoilage bacteria thus making strong as that needed for com- major planned improvements:: and looting by Negroes this among 'problems that urban Job Corps officials have de- decision will be made-

the fish clams or other foods plete sterilization. This is still 1. Longer Post Office window summer in some northern Under the administration's slum poverty fosters. An influxof scribed the editorial as "dis- the next day.

taste fresher and last longer. enough to increase the "shelf hours from Dec. 5 to Dec. 2 6; cities. But ,the same officials antipoverty bill, the governorsof these youngsters on weekendsinto torted and factually in error."
The process may eventually life" of the products and like at the discretion of local post. call the opposition "tragically the states have veto power nearby Blackstone, Will, No more than one-third of the China Talk
enlarge the market for fresh wise enlarge th e 1 r marketingareas. masters. misinformed." over the location of the train- i iamsburg, where Virginia turns 100 to 200 youths at each camp

seafood to include the central The program involved i? the. ing camps. The resistance in its face to the nation." will come from minority VATICAN CITY (AP) The
United States. The Gloucester plant is designed 2. Parcel post deliveries on a proposed Job Corps >rrvation York County is of such inten- The newspaper suggestedthat groups, they said, and "none', press office of the Vatican
week basis instead oi f that Gov. Albertis S. Harrison "
to process one ton an hour. six-day [ camp system. Under the pro-, sity "A large number d drop- will be juvenile delinquents. Ecumenical is adding a Chinese
On Sept. 28 a plant to process week between of is to
a five-day Dec selected and screened I Virginia expected outs will and Most youths at the Virginia the
this is to Typical of seafood used in the gram, occur that these language section to depart
seafood in
be dedicated in manner Gloucester, experiments 'will be flounder 7 and Dec. 31. unemployed youths, both Negro -. exercise his veto. dropouts well might wind up on camp would be from communities ments of Italian, French, Eng
of ZIP code and white from surrounding The Governor has the welfare rolls within the region, they add German Portu
Mass. About nine months latera and haddock, but other marine 3..Extension use! publicly of the towns lish, Spanish,
second plant will have been products are also to be tried, for parcel handling from 75 tc I>> regions are to be enrolled t pledged to follow the wishe i nearest their campsite..Resi- ed.At guese, Polish and Arabic. The
sectional center in in of York board of dents surmise that thesecamp's the supervisors meeting in council's third session
installed aboard ship so that it such as clams, oysters, crab and about 130 post t l job-training courses ru- County's su can opens
can accompany the trawler|shrimp. offices. ral settings, in c 1 using fede. pervisors. Only one board mem. will serve more to re.Yorktown last Thursday night, Sept. 14.

fleets to sea.

The radiation used for such .4 < : A $ 9 k jy
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food processing is emitted by

cobalt 60, a radioactive substance '
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created inside nuclear '

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neutrons.No radioactivity is produced DIFFERENCE y [Premium')'

in the food. I I UUIIfl : WHERE \ /

The program was described Rflir?
by Dr. Eugene E. Fowler, act- \I. ARKtTs SHOPPING HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE
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Development of the United WITH FAPAIN

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are hereby notified that suit for
divorce has been filed against you by
MARY H. PIERCE in the Circuit: Courtof a
Alachua County in Chancery and you
are required to serve a copy of your
answer or pleading to said Complaint .
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on the Plaintiffs attorney. S. L.
SCRUGGS. P. O. Box 197. Gainesville
Florida and file the original in the office -
of the Clerk of the Circuit: Court. _
Gainesville Florida on or before the 9,ld es
Uth day of September. A. D.. 164,; _
otherwise the allegations of said Complaint tir
will be taken as confessed by

. DATED this Uth day of "August A.D..

r U64. J. B. CARMICHAEL
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Alachua: County. Florida
(COURT SEAL)
, BY EMILY WATERHOUSE
Deputy Clerk
L-3SM PRICES 1
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER e PlllIX 4 EFFECTIVE I
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t as the sole owners, doing business under CLIP AND REDEEMs
.. the fictitious name of Stuckey's Pecan SEPT. 9, 1964 I
; Shoppe of Mlcanopy. Florida whose
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ville Florida. Intend to register said THESE VALUABLE
fictitious name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Alachua County FiorI-
1 da. In accordance: with the Laws of the
State of Florida. A .> dairy specials S&H COUPONS
, DATED this 14th day of August A.D.

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Monday September 7. 1964 GaInesville Sun 17ft

4 Personalized Services 12 Male Help Wanted 18 Schools & Institutions 33 LOTS FOR. SALE


JNDEXANNOUNCEMENTS fcARN 10 DRlVEi jpeciai attention CARRIER BOYS between 12 &" J5' LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING I h ACRE LOT AND 0R'TR'AitE'W \

to nervous or elderly. yrs. old needed for paper route DEVELOP confidence overcome FOR SALE. Vi acre Vi mile from CROSSWORD PU1ZLE i
;; ) Easy Way Driving SchooL FR in the N.E. and N.W. Sections. fear-apply practical tech University IncL welL pump seo- _
?7-700 tic bv State of Fla Wonderful experience for your nique. Develop personality. Deserve tie tank work shop, storag & SLVRL
I In Memoriam son daily contact with the public recognition. Be an Influ study room, patio & 41 x 8 1f 54 ACROSS DANTE

...... J Card of Thanks 6 SPECIAL NOTICES prepares him for a leading role' ence. 2 BR New Moon trailer. Perfect ,' T 0
In his future. For more information BS degree 25 years experience. for marrlecl students. Call FR 62310 Forsaken 28.Yield !
-44. 9 Lost &. Found Jwlll not be responsible for debts call Gainesville Sun Circulation Classes start Sept. 24. 7 p.m. or FR (2369. 5. Furze SO. Actuated

.. 4 Personalized Services incurred by anyone other than Dept. 372-8441. For Information can 376-7724 after 75 x 125 CHOICE business 10.Wild West
this property 31. Garden of A R Ca 0 N M A Pt Cr 5 R
myself after date september S p.m.SHORTHAND
,5 Travel Information FULLTIME salesman wanted. Re- on US Hwy. 1, :3 ml. South of showll.Iroquoians
3. 1964. St. Augustine In : delight E L A N E t4 I
Special Notices Hermann LtmbergerSrtCIAL tail clothing and furnishings. Experience BUSINESS LAW motel area. D V
7 Florists necessary in retail sell CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING $3300 by owner. FR 66250. S3. Ambush II

6 NOTICES ing. Salary commensurate with Secretarial Courses Classes now LOTS for sale In veauttful Idylwild ... 12. Convincing, 34.Chalice .
I Baby sitters.. Child Cart ability and experience. SVi day forming Howelfs Business Col between Gainesville and the new 13. Parts ofchurches
Places week Insurance benefits. Write lege. 218 W. Univ. golf and club. 37. Geri1n&',
To Go And LOSE WEIGHT' safely with new country Large re
,9 Things To See'AUTOMOTIVE Oex-A-Diet Tablets. Only M cents. resume to box 461-A to arrange Phone FR 6-3507 strIated lots. Certified public water .. beloved ALIAS ALt PD

:3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug for personal interview. PIANO teacher available member J1750.system.to $2800.Clyde Outside. cfiy limits. -14.NZ Cyprlnold NOHAG
.
Company. ROUTE salesman for soft drink GMTA: Beginners and Intermediates aborigine
Secklnger Realtor
all 1311 NE 20th Place fish
76 NOTICE Is hereby given that we company. Must be bond able. age ages. Owner & developerPh. 15. Fender - -
Airplane'
Sales call 372-6532
-Rentals anytime.
25-38. Phone FR 2-8511 9 to 5 or
will not be responsible for anymore FR 6-5038 40. Shot la
-
.71 Trucks for $alan cluttered book shelves. weekdays. HIGH SCHOOLat bump : (Solution To Sunday's Puzzle)

Trucks Wanted Friends of the Library will accept FRONT END MECHANIC home. free booklet. American LOT with 3 trailer spaces and 2 17. Prior to curling

used books of all kinds for Must have own small tools. Salary School. P. O. Box 16661 Jacksonville trailers. Large awnings 3 large 42. Cruet
10 Tractors & Truck Rentals Fla 32216. patios, 3 septic tanks. lots of 18. Manner of DOWN 5. Tamed
their upcoming annual Book Sale. plus commissions. All cgnpony shade. good rental Income. Just 7- 44. S. Mr.
'; ,.Trailer Rentals Dispose of used books now for a benefits. Send resume to MEN & women 11 to 31 To train for outside city limits. For sale. FR talking 1. Reasonable 6.AngloSaxon -

13 Motorcycles & Scooters. good cause. Call FR 21061. or 574-A c-o Gainesville Sun. CIVIL SERVICE 6-8883. Fool antelope 2. Pindaric on money
bring to the Gainesville Public 45. Volatile
(4 Automobile Repairs Library YOUNG MAN Examinations. For Informationsend 100 FT. x 150 ft. beautiful corner 22. Public work 7. C1eu .

15 Automobiles for Sale from 19 to 23 yrs. of age high name address & Phone No. lot in residential Araquay Park storehouse gas 3Splltwlih Prophet
school graduate with average or Key Training Service. 112 W. St. Augustine. $1200 46. Souvenir
Child Cart
(6 Swap CarsEDUCATIONAL 8 Baby Sitters better grades for full time permanent Adams St_ Jacksonville. : Phone FR 66250.jOHNSON'S by owner. 24. Carnivorous violence 9.Actual
position as salesman in ourMers p QE1'LL mammal 47. Beams 4.
I would like to care for your chii- department. Apply personnel Real Estate Exam REAL ESTATE HAS Famous being
dren In home. Northeast sec-
my office Wilson's Department ; 4 nice building lots in Grove Park. 10.Whirl
t 11 Schools It Instruction tion. FR 6-5123. COURSE ; All for $2250. Call Hawthorn 411- 7)7) '
ATTEND First lesson free.nOWEll'S .- ? : t 3 f, 7)s rTrriz.camioi
.. 1* Music. Dancing KINDERGARTENINEWOOO Store.WANTED 4 MENto BUSINESS COLLtwE / t"uJV 2252. 2 16.Today

20"Wanted-Instruction SCHOOL. Qualified work with large Eastern electrical COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave c, 10 II- -
2
teacher complete prog r a rn. in the Gainesvillearea. FP 6-3507: 3723727: 34 Waterfront Property ::2 ; 19.Fencing:

EMPLOYMENT Open 7.30 a.m. ,to 5.30 pm. concern -.' - _4 sword
High commissions we furnish - -
11 Female Help Wanted 7C4 daily.NE 9th St. FR 23343 leads. Age 23- o. neat In appearance 26 Farm EquipmentGOOD L WINFRED H. CRAWFORD ,2 '3 21.Sour

car necessary. No experience Reg Broker. specalUing in 4
12 Male Help Wanted RELIABLE child core in my needed we train you. INH tractor see it operate LAKE PROPERTIES ACRE. a /f W IS- /4 IT- 23. Indigenous

13 Help-Male or Female home. FR 23754. Call Mr. Haney Mon.. V'td., and Call 372-0745 after 5:00: P.M. AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrost. Vh Vh 25.Aggregation
FrL only at FR 2-0500 between 9 GR 52951.'Cedar.
14 Sales Wanted related
Help COMPETENT; mother will care and 10 A.M Scott & Fetzer Corp. 28 Livestock & Supplies jr--I. ZIJ ti )IZ
16 Work Wanted Female for children. reasonable In her things
home at 90t SE 1st Ave. Phone Man over age 25 married who Key Shoresfine'
17 Work Wanted Male FOR SALE 7 year old Mare and 26. Shirker
wants to get ahead In retail fl23:5
FR 64481.KIDDIE Z' 27 '
colt with saddle and bridle. 4 homesites from $2250
selling. Salary of $65 weekly at 'l/. 27.Lazar .
black Shetland
old with
FARMS & LIVESTOCK KORT CHILD CARE start. with raise In 60 days if year pony non-waterfront from $1510
bridle. Call FR 29773.
Half
II 29.
Z3 39
Day wit .or mo. Old NewberryRd. you can make the grade. Apply &s:4WI4C& ICOn
J.rm)_ Equipment ., Planned programs. Pick up In own handwriting giving exper. TENNESSEE walking horse Best Marina LocationsINVEST r e2': 32.More*.
27 Feed & fertilizer at LIttlewood and Terwilliger lence. Box 572-A c-o Gainesville offer. See at Steve's Grocery 'ffJ 32 3i3 fined

2i1.1Vestock ,& SuppJIes schools. cell FR 26661. 5515.MAN 'Fairbanks. Phone FR 2-3683. : facilities needed here
34.AdditT
BABY calves the round. beef Add a "fun" touch to kitchen = =
29 Landscaping Top Soil year J
353k
TINY TOT wanted for local wholesale and dairy type. 3 to 10 days eld. linens with the amusing adventuresof Motel LocationsINVES 37 JI ; 35. Female

30T tsSi Supplies milk route. Must be married. Weaned yearlings 3 to 6 mos. this cat and dog. 4 quadruped
-Livestock Wanted PLAY SCHOOLVisit bondable previous experience. age old. 1 mile East of blinker lightin : accommodations 40/ 41 41 4J' -

21-35 and high school graduate Anthony. Fla. M. F. Parrish Playful animals-easy for a be- needed ,: 36. Seed cover
us and see for
FINANCIAL54Busiaess yourself. preferred. Apply 204 S. w. 5th phone 629-2315. - 38. Information .
to embroider towels
24 SE 8th St. FR 4-7800. ginner on gift iT
: Opportunities St. WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE e or cloth (can be without days of DAVID ANDREWS- i 45 r/'l=

RELIABLE sitter wishes to care WANTED service station man. dairyman to show us a better weeK). Pattern 809: seven 6 x 6- _
37-Money to Loan for Infants or children. Reason- white colored. Must be able REAL ESTATECEDAR 44 ( 41. Kimono
or dairy feed than CPA Cooperative in. motifs. 47 '/'hV
able. References. Call FR 6-3W7. = = = :
,5S...Mortgages59Money to qualify. Apply In person. Cros Mills 16 pet. All Pulleted Dral- 'lhV sash
Wanted CHILD CARE in private home. Lo. bys Gulf Station. 931 W. Univ. Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDN Thirty five cents in coins for KEY 3841 or 3831 43.Timid
Cited 1 blk. from GAINESVILLEHigh Ave. Par lima 2.4 mln. A> ?lewsIeafves 9T
per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala- this pattern add 15 cents for each Ocean front home St. Augustine
MERCHANDISE61Wented School. Large fenced in yard COLORED About 30 hr. week. chua. Phone FR 21095 or 441- pattern for lst & play area. Limit 4 children. as waiter-bus boy. Must be neat. 2105. special handling. Send to Laura repainted Inside and out.

to Buy Rates very reasonable. Excellent Apply in person only 9 to 10 AM. PINTO Shetland Mare. Vfi yrs. Wheeler Gainesville Sun. Needle- City water and electricity plus
3Q2iInery t. Tools references. 2 yrs. grade school Carmanella's 706 W. Univ. Ave. old. very gentle with children. craft Dept., P. O. Box 161. Old artisan well. Completely furnished.
i teacher 5 yrs. summer recreation Chelsea station. New York U,
$195. 2001 S E. 4th St. Phone 3/2. 13.000 sacrifice price includes
Estate salesman.
Real
I work. 1904 NW 12th Ter. LICENSED
ewHdtng Materials $100 week drawing account. 120?. N.Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER valuable adjacent I lot
e
643Kj ehold Goods I care for Infants & children In Large volume builder developing NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE. $2000 cash Balance on terms to
my home. NE section. Call 372- 30 PETS 6' SUPPLIES suit buyer. Phone 372-0733.
Position In Gainesville.
65"#MlquesUiFor 3 areas. 35 Houses for Sale
35 Houses for Sole
5169. NEW FOR 19651 200 designs 35 Houses for Sale
Sale Reply to Box 494-A c-o Gainesville than OVER 30 acres of lake front, manybearing
: more fashions to knit crochet
WILL keen children in home. Fla- Sun.WANTED Siamese kittens ready for light pecan trees. Also S furfished -
-Trading Post ever! Plus 3 FREE patterns embroidery PARADE OF HOMES MODEL $400 down lake over VA at iS
vet II. mouse keeping. $15. Call 376-1912. houses with dock deep McKiNNEY
agd
]
TV antenna installer 8 dolls' clothes.' Send 25 els. The
Arttctes Wanted well extrefc. On Tropicana by Hugh Edwards. per mo. 3 BR 1 bath. cen. heat
Many
Call FR 2-6242. helper. top pay regular hours. GERMAN Shepherd female 1 for new Needlecraft Catalog. Lake pump.Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis Inc.. has been widely acclaimed GREEN screened porch patio. 1942 NE
9.IOn: &ws : many fringe benefits. must be months, thoroughbred no pao"!r Jewelry Co. Gainesville's most "beautiful home 17th Dr. FR 22774.

70 et--. MarineEquip.. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED willing to work 4. want to do Excellent disposition. FR "- 3'''. VALUE 16 COMPLETE QUILT In Its price range. You may now DEATONREALTORS NEW
better. None other apply. Couch's, PATTERNS in deluxe. new Quilt own this marvelous home HOME FOR SALE
completely
71 :rir 5sL- Hunt .:;r & I: BEAGLE. female 3 yrs. old. spayed BY BUILDER
% .
608 N. Main St. Book. For beginners. experts. Send 35 Houses for Sole equipped with central air
WOMEN interested in learning to all shots. excellent child's 3 B R. 2 bath, central heat & air
n Otfk-Equipment make drapes and chair covers. CABINET: MAKERS. custom Cabinet pet. Phone 3729896. 50 cts. nowl conditioning dishwasher. disposal, conditioning. May be seen by ap

73BuC l Merchandise 220 SE. 21st Street. & Mill Work. Inc. has Immediate SIAMESE- kittens and stud service BY OWNER on Lake Santa Fe 1 built-in oven and range and HIGHLANDSWe pointment. 3300 NW 28th Ave.
openings for cut-out men. registered lilac blue and BR., large liv. rm., air condi- patio gas bar.b-q grill for only recommend this ideally located Phone 3762258.BY .
SALE SALES CLERKS AND assemblers. formica men truck chocolate $25 WHIIston 32 Mobile Homes For Sale honed screened porch. Plentyof 22300. Ask' to see this luxurious home in.this most desired and restricted -
REALESTATE FOR point; up.
CASHIERS I WANTEDFull driver. Call to arrange for Interview .528-6<<8. cabinets. Ideal for retiring cou: home at your convenience. neighborhood of the OWNER cen. heat & air cond.,
32 McbllI Homes' ..! "Sale and time. Must be 372-3509 daytime. or 372-0070 pie. Earleton. Fla. Next to HUGH EDWARDS INC. Northeast, 3 B.R. 1 Bath-L.R. 2 4 bath 3 BR family living
Lets-for S4., port after 6 P. MINIATURE Dachshund ACK qual- WYATT- Buddy's Landing. 46S-1717. 376-7971 D. R. Fireplace Garage- dining rm., large kitchen, built.In .
able to work nights and ity pups with family type disposition paved streets sidewalks Excellent appliances. Large garage.

34 !!!!front Property ._ Sundays. Only neat appear- OPPORTUNITY partially housebrok en. Unusual MOVE IN TOMORROW condition and priced most 3468 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR
$50 Phone FR 6-8963. $300 DOWNThis ,floor plan sets this three 24518
35-MMMes for Sale and reasonably Can be FHA fi
ing dependable persons MANAGER Trailer SalesHome bedroom two bath home apart nanced. Don't miss this
MtSTTages for Sale need apply. Apply in person AKC Boxer puppies. Call sparkling clean 2 BR. 1 bath from others. Lifetime terrazzo nice horn before you seeing buy. Call FOR SALE OR RENT. 2 bedroom

37 &Ml-Estate Exchanged 2:00 to 5:00 pm. Personnel WANTEDH. 3767786. of CB home In excellent N.W. location floors newly redecorated. Built FR 23617.STOP CCB. 1825 S.E. 50th St. Low down
In kitchen. $600. down Includes payment. Call 376-6644 or 372-
Pacemaker Mobile Homes can be bought with $300
31 1U rEstate Wanted Office. J. M. Fields. and R. Block the Nation's Largest BEAGLE puppies, AKC, perfectly Shasta and Alrstream down and $61 per month. Callus closing. S101. per month Includes LOOK! 1933.
Out.Vl Town Property Income Tax Service wantsto marked, from good hunting line. taxes and insurance.
39
COCKTAIL waitresses wanted AD- locate a person capable of opening Excellent pets. Phone FR "2188. Travel TrailersOcalll'S to see. Hugh Edwards Inc. This newly listed property Is worth 2 YEAR OLD.REPOSSESSIONVERY
First Mobile Home
40 BO\Tntss Properties ply between 6 and I PM. or in University Realty your consideration before you buy.
contact a volume tax service 4133 NW 12th St. Dealer Since 1948 374-7771 GOOD CONDITION
Woody Bramble. The Or. its ideal location In the restrict.
AeZidantial opportunity
41 Income, Gainesville Excellent 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 4 BR. 2 bath central heat built.In .
leans 4560 NW 13th St.
for right person. We train BOXER puppies for sale. Call FOR ONLY S450 down and FHA ed Northwest is much de ired.
Phone 629-1358 W. M. Munroe, Realtor
42 FIrMS L Acreage WAITRESS wanted good hws. you. Send resume to box 567-m 3720895. Ocala. Fla. approval you can have Immediate Give us an opportunity to show oven. range & dishwasher
43-U olored Property Sales 6 days a week. Broasted Chicken care of Gainesville Sun. possession and ownership of you this choice 3 B.R. 2 bath 2005 NW 37th Blvd. Call First
Restaurant. 1304 W. Univ. Ave. CHOCOLATE brown male poodlesfor NORTHWESTTRAILER 2 BR CCB. Interior freshly paht- the best value house for sale In Fla. room home. Beautifully shaded ::- Federal 376-7551.
RENTALS WANTED two auto mechanics sale. 5 weeks old and are SALES ed.' Shady lot 60 x 120. immediate NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air lot Just a nice horre for 2 BR house for sale cheap. By
CASHIER experienced. Apply In registered. Call after 5:00 P. M. possession. Total once $7.- conditioning. Paneled family room real living enloyment Excel owner. 3141 NW 12th Ter. Ph.
43 CoTo/ed l .Property Rentals person. Wonderhouse Restaurant plenty of work paid FR 6-3854 2702 Waldo Road N.E. 950 down payment $200 and $65 lolnlng living-dining area for extra lent condition Drive by ill 372.5451.
, 44 Cottages for Rent 14 S.W. 1st St. Behind Sears. vocation. and other company At Palm Lane '376-0205 monthly. Located lust off NW 13th spaciousness. Electric range N.. W. 26th St. and call for ap-
St. at 1217 NW 31St Ave. SeeIt and dishwasher. Back polntment. FR 23617. BRAND NEWA
45 Furnished Apts. benefits. Apply in per- 32 Mobile Homes For Sale yard com
Unfurnished Apts. WANTED experienced waitress. CONNOLLYMobile and phone FR 6-7170. pletely .enclosed by 7' ft. hedge. most unusual & charming home
46
to Jim Herwitt Service of 5 bedrooms 3 full baths pan
Apply Humpty Dumpty Restaurant son Call 374-4147 for appt. to see at NORTH EAST
:
47 Houses for Rent Furn. TRAILER 50 x 10 Wolvering 1962. Home Sales Inc. 2 3 elled den & sewing In one
, 310 NW 13th St. Manager. Ridgway Motor NEW :3 Beoroom CCB tile bath 2213 NE 7th Ter. Three B.R. room
Unfurn. excellent condition. Sacrifice. 3620S. Sleeping porch -
for Rent
48 Houses bedroom mobile homes. Many carport end utility room. $9.000, of Gainesville's finest residential
49 Rooms for Rent WANTED experience waitresses Co. W. Archer Rd. Village. Lot 26. floor plans. 7 year financing. $250 down. $65 month. Phone FR 2 BR home on comer lot low Living room Separate dining areas By builder owner. Call
r 50 Mobile Homes all shifts. Larry's Restaurant. Call 378-2049. Drive out today. 3 miles Southof 23355 days.SALE.Trade. down payment $60 per mo. Located room 2 baths compt,*ely _372-3727 to inspect.
1225 W. Univ. Ave. furnuhtd Including ki'rr-en (.qttg.-
Gainesville at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call
Rentals on U. S. 441 Ph.
51 Misc. EXPERIENCED man to help manage *
nwi Lot 100 x 10J Immediate

4 bedroom. 2 bathhouse Tommy Ridgell 372-4125
51A Wanted To Rent EXPERIENCED woman to take grocery store. Must be bond- Strivea 376-0571 near Sidney Lamer and occupancy Call FR I
52 Boarders Wanted care of baby & light housekeep able. Capable of stocking order- FEDERAL QUALITY High School on city bus. line. OCALA block 3 BR, 2 bath. Irg 2357 FREE ESTIMATES en I
ing 4 days a week. Own trans In Hubbard open-beam ceiling din- FURNACES and
53 OHIce Desk Space Ing & helping store. $10,000. Can be zoned R2. Phone paneled Quality
54 Business Rentals portation. References. 376-851. Circle Grocery. corner N. W. 16th HOMES INC. Ing & family room with fire-
FR 6-5472. ASSOCIATESJ.
Ave. & Millhopper Rd. Little 4820 N.W. 13th St. Gainesville place Irg fenced-In back yard Fred Central AfrConditioners
NEED SCHOOL FR 25113 Walt Johnson. Mgr. THREE bedroom. 2 bath CCB built-in kitchen. 3723130 or 46S- Guy Jayn Bvttrrwcrth
SERVICE WANTED man 21 or over for serve traverse rods. $750 down. pay 1683. Col. J. V.. Davis H. J. Wiltshire

22 Special Services FUNDS? ice station work. Experience desired SPECIAL $83 per mo. 4006 N.W. 21st Drive I, Multiple
Improvements but not necessary. Perm Save LotLowest 104 x 208' Lot for mobile home. off 39th Ave. HIGHLAND COURT 4 BR. 2 baths. Listing'U
23 Home Service Housewives like yourself are anent. Apply Mr. Young. Dan- a $1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes I Fla. rm.. wall to wall carpet liv.
74 Radio & TV iels' Service Station. 736 N. Prairie. For appointment call BUY HAPPINESS .. STRETCH $$$ ing room. air condition. Phone FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
25 Appliance .. Furniture earning good income by Main St. overhead In the Industries. FR 6-3052. By investing In a U. S. Steel Home 372-5347 or 312.2080.SERVJCE I by "jSttHL
t representing Avon Cosmetics. DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like built in this area by -
Openings available for to work and you benefit. LOOKto For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn ALACHUA HOMES INC.. Best In equipment using Internally
WANT-AD RATESPH. now J 3-Help Male or Female the future make a sound in- trailer enclosed cabana. Excellent Phone 3764630 CALLS $5 For top quality workmanshipcall Insulated ducts designed -
Qualified. women. Write i vestment. See our top brand custom condition. FR 29886 6-8 Model Home Opening every Sun. Heating Air Conditioning engineered and Installed
371-8441 AVON P.O. Box 448. MEDICINE STENO II made 12 WIDES at 10 A.M. and 6-12 P.M. from 1 P.M. 5 P.M. beginning & Refrigeration Service 372-6142
\ WIDES prices. 8 yr. financing August 16. 3331 N.W. 28 PL byALL
. Gainesville or call I I FR OPENING. above average skillin available. Lake Geneva Trailer FOR SALE OR LEASE 2 bedroom Contractor GAINESVILLE AMERICAN HEATING
for Compare cost with all other
p records house trailer and 3 Any make or model window
2.0421. transcribing medical mile nice shady lot, UPHOLSTERY 81 AIR CONDITIONING CO.
Sales on Rt. 100. 1 S. E. bedroom. 2 bath fully air condo
High N. w. location. $:!P5G. Phone units and household
from dictaphone. 372- appli-
Classified 'Only ONE rapidly of Keystone Heights. Open eve- homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY 1S08 N.W. IJth St. PH. 376-8258
part time cashier; one full school graduation & verifiable 3039. ances. Also we clean heaters.
time cashier. evening shift. See nings and Sunday. TIME. Free Estimates-Pick up and 1930 NE,
experience required. Must re Phone FR 2-5002 13rd Blvd.
DEADLINESTues Mr. Peiln University Inn. locate. Submit resume. Hospital 45 FT. Spartan 2 BR. $1700 cash. LAbOR DAY SPECIAL A STEALBY delivery. 24 Hour Service
Tampa. Also 25 ft. Panel fab cabana 58 2 BR KVn 36'. $1595
; thru Fri. papers STEAK ROOM waitress to work at & Welfare Board. room -- _
--
57 2 BR 42' -- -- -
Skyline $1795
sacrifice. Phone 372-3381.
5 30 Day before publIcation Winnlammer. Fla.
: p.m. Opening soon. Over 57 1 BR Campanlon 31', SI 195 OWNERMUST
21. Apply Primrose Inn. 214 W. SANDWICH makers & counter girls USED TRAILER Large living 50 1 BR Spartan 3
For ads to go In Sun. paper- Univ. Ave.WANTED experienced all shifts. Alan's room rear kitchen. two bedrooms 54 1 BR Spartan 4T. $2195 bath, large Fla. room large living
SANDWICH SHOP across upstairs Ideal for Campus. Also 48 1 BR Spartan 25', $595
MR.
12:00 a-m. Sat. RN and LPN nurse for room dining room built-In RE
For ads to go In Mon. paper- new _Nursing .Home. 808 S. Col- from Univ. Post Office. a travel trailer. 376-8361. 59 1 BR Great Lakes 45 X 10 $7.- kitchen convenient to shopping

Sat.Minimum. lay KO. :stars Fla. Phone 96'A271. I WANTED-male or female we have 395. center and schools. Must see
1pm. Nimrod camper. SItS to appreciate the value. No qualifying -
ad 4 lines) an immediate opening for a motor BUTTSMobile I
( Trailer parts for sale. 3 miles S. .
WANTED one full time or part route salesman carrier. In Low down payment. OrIginal
time waitress. Apply In person the Brooker. Santa Fe area. Good of Starke on US 301. price 521.600. price now

FAMILY RATES morning or evening to Hotel earnings. If you have transpor- MURRAY TRAILER SALES $18,845.78_ $500 down. LocatedIn

1 Insertion ,. We line Thomas. 615 N.E. 2nd St. tati'n & desire to run your own Ph. 964-0571 nice NW section at 1321 NW
Insertions 22c line bu II.e1l with very little' Investment 1964. 50x10 Chickasha 2 bedroom. 21st Ave. Phone FR 22633. DHAVETHIS
1 3 CURB WAITRESSES day and please call Mr. Caput
Will sell for small equity. and
6 Insertions ..... 17c line night shift, top wages. Apply Circulation Dept. 372-8< .. ..... 14c line in _
12. Insertions person Jerry's Restaurait 5 to 7:30 P.M. HomesINC. Palm Springs model. One of
_2310 S. W. 13th St. 1962 Skyline house trailer. 2 BR.
the best looking homes we've ever
t computed by air cond., washing machine. 3620
Total charge INSURANCE built. Four bedrooms. 2 full
secretary bookkeeper 14 Sales Help Wanted
I .
SW
multiplying total lines x rate Archer Rd., Lot 27. Phone
with typing. shorthand. L experience baths. beautiful brick facade.
earned x number of Insertions.S Reply box 569-A c-o NEW 376-1704. excellent kitchen arrangement.

I Five letter words per line Gainesville Sun. listing name CAREER Guaranteed minded income salesman of $100 only.after .. ,a 12' WIDES 1958 GREAT LAKES 10 X 47. $16,900. No money down. VA WEEK'S IS ON

age. martial status. experience & short training period with 0 p- also screened porch wall to wall FHA only $800 down. Price Includes SPOTLIGHT
8 Point qualifications enclosing a recent portunlty to earn more. Excel- CAMPERSWe rugs. excellent condition. Many fully sodded front lawn.
Same net lines ordinary' type snapshot. lent |lob for man who wants to need 25 trade-Ins this month extras. Buy now for December gas lamp swim club member
$2500. Ph. FR 6-8496.
occupancy.
12 MATURE woman for Doctor's office work hard without constant super Call us for the best deals. ship.VILLAGE
point
bookkeeping typing recep vision. Send resume Including reason 33 LOTS FOR SALE GREEN UNIVERSITY INN
Same as 3 lines ordinary type tionist. Past experience h e I pful. for leaving last lob to Box 3768361NW By HUGH EDWARDS. INC.
I Include full det.ilsIn letter 575-A c-o Gainesville Sun. 13th St. at 6th St. On street 2909 N. E. 15th St.
18 Point : Reply to box 570-A care of SALESMAN for television and ster parking all around our corner. HIGH rolling. I acre lots. Restricted. 3767971BLACK Start a wonderful evening' with o cocktail! In the
Gainesville Sun. 9 AM. to f P oM. each $2,200.
eo. Must be experienced. courteous Open Call 3761236. ACRESPRICED University Inn Lounge. Cocktail Hour Is from 5 to
type WANTED experienced Legal 1 Secre- and neat to sell high week day. Fordyce

f tary to begin work Immediately quality line. Apply In person 1954 SCHULT 8 x 37. 2 BR. 1 with Ranchettes $550000 TV* Acres SW TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 9 P.M. Then have one of the best steaks in town
I 24'-pi;; for Senior Partner. Salary com- Tech TV 177 NW 16tll Ave. bunk. SI500. Good condition. of Town. beautiful & restricted bedrooms. 2 baths hardwood

munsurate with experience and Phone 6-1887. home sites. floors central heat. air ability, Fringe benefits: Blue 16 Work Wanted Femal.DAY'S units electric range and drapes.
, 1 Same as 5 lines ordinary type Cross and Blue Shield. For Inter Lowest prices easiest terms largest Mary Moeller, Lot ml' x 120' with shade trees. smorgasbord way. After a delightful meal, return to
view contact E. A. Clayton or display In central Florida.We 312S W. Univ. Av-, FR 6-6427.
James e. Clayton. Phone 372.951. WORK. Phone 376- trade for anything. Free delivery Realtor I- the Lounge for cocktails and' dancing to the music of
bath frame
0912. :3 bedroom. 1 4-room
!: : 36 PT. WAITRESSES WANTED. M. nor up to 100 miles.rRAILER MART. 1019 .W University FR 6-4471 house close in, nice neighbor- Bobby Griffin's Combo and Richard Parker's Orchestra
: MATURE -
Restaurant. Apply In person 2325 woman desires permanent ACRE lots for sole. hood Ig shady lot, S9.950.
W. 'University Ave. position as clerk typist. Cat Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 6 Terms. Walter Stubbs. Inc.. Ph. 'til 2 A.M.
collect Keystone 473-4463. East Palatka Phone 328-1050 Phone 372-4416 376-5394.
WAITRESSES wanted. Apply In .
person
Same as 7 lines ordinary type
to Aunt Jemima's Kitchen.

The. GalnesvQle Sun' wUl:not be 1614 NW' 13th St. No phone calls Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT

respensible for more than one please.

1 t Incorrect Insertion nor will, It OLD couple wants woman to keep MOBILE HOME SALE50x10 I
heritable' for error In advertisement house who can drive car. CIII
any
to a greater extent at 2943 N. W. '6th St. or, phone DINING DINING DINING-DANCINQ *

tfian the.cost ef.tne space occupied FR 6-5992. COCKTAILS
I by the Item In the ad WAN rED experienced bookkeeper GENERAL GAINES SHELLEY'S Home of the Original

: vertisement. No adjustment will and general office work. Inquire 52x10 STEAK ROOM ITALIAN SANDWICH
31 North A..IISt.. call FR 2- UNIVERSITY INN
that for Jilt free delivery. .
do not 372-6582
be made on errors Dial
Featuring U.S. Prime ,
materially effect the value of 8404. 2 bedroom front kitchen. 2 bedroom front kitchen. steaks prepared to your and Choice taste board.Charcoal Cocktail Steak Hour Room' S Smorgu-to 7. J

t the' advertisement. U Mole Help Wonted en our open hearth. Holiday Inn, Also pizza & your favorite drinks for the price of 1. Cane-
Reduced to $3495.00 Reduced to 3495.00 :1900, S.W. 13th St. FR U266. : beer. lIt W. Univ. Ave. or our ing til 2 A.M. to Bobby GrtrfW
TT,. 'Gatn,svlllf SUit reserves new store at 1608 NW 1st Ave. Combo Richard Parkers

the 'privilege of revising or re- MECHANIC WANTED. 5'0days.. No. 2423 No. 1569 THE ORLEANS tra. i l.w. 13th St. FR arches.19QI 6-1442.
loctlng anxadvertlMment which.It. good working conditions. B.rkley (Formerly Fred-i Locker Room)
.deems. objectionable .,and Jo. Motors, 221)1) N. Main St. Businessmen's Lunch 45 CAFETERIAS *

change the' classification anyadvertoefnenMrom GAS STATION attendant and stock Served 11:30 AM 2:00 P.M. BOWLING *

\ that ordered- boy wanted. Must be 18 yrs. of Dinner Served 6 12 P.M. LONG'S CAFETERIA

f to conform- t,-me policy of the age. Apply 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. 60x10 55x10 Cocktails. Served Dancing Complete dinner noon and night BOWLING at Its finest at
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I paperAnnouncements:- Personnel Office. J. M. Fields. 4562 NW 13th St. Wide of meats
97 cents. variety
3 bedroom front kitchen. 3 bedroom. front kitchen. PALM LANES
ANTENNA Installation man. Must salads and desserts to choose Open every night for
-experienced and reliable. Apply Reduced ITALY IN from. Open 7 days e week. Come from 9 A.M. your enjoyment -
in person. Tech T.V. 122 N.W. to 3995.00 Reduced to $3695.00 GAINESVILLE see us Palmer Sue Long Free to 2 A.M.

.. - 16th Ave. Dine by candlelight In the delight. Rememberl We have complete nursery service.
SERVICE ful atmosphere of Italyt dinner noon and night for only 2606 Waldo Rd. 376-4454
4 PERSONALIZED_ I No. 3663 No. 2594 MANARO-S RESTAURANT 97 cents.

p BUSINESS CONSULTANT a v ai UNIVERSITY STADIUM 'I specializes In Lasagna pai.

able M_WrJtlmt basis. .Expernced CONCESSIONSNEED and other delicious Italian Food. BILLIARD'S ADVERTISE IN THE
.. owner-manager' and fo,.. WHY PAY RENT? 212 Hawthorne Rd. S-ll P.M.
MEN .
AND
merjy.. with ,l lerge consulting fifm. TEEN-age 372-4690 Closed Mondays.NOW .
Reasonable Jees.; For further Information boys to sell drinks. hot dogs. CUE STICK BILLIARDSFun
". *" strict eon _**
MR, SANDWICH SHOP for not only young men
denceto Box 576-A. c/o Galne football games. also men Across from Uah/ Post BUT young women too.
Office
villa Sun.MORSE and teen-age boys to sell seat FEDERAL S Featuring our own roast beef sand- Bring your dates

and pon*..riding, also pas venirs.cushions.There sunvisors a-few and sou QUALITY! with la natural gravy. 55 cents. Open 18 A.M. 'fll 12 P.M.

hire.Church.Newberry Call 376-3785.Rd ,4-, o'cloc- for reliable are administrative vacancies The best roast beef In town." 905 N. Main Street

'counter sales personneL Reportto
KUT" 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON CONCESSION OFFICE Inside TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE

Beauty on a Budget Stadium 3::30: to 5:00 P.M.. N.W. 13th St. Gainesville 1
AH work guaranteed Monday thru Friday or call 482Q OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE I
Snanwet $1.50 "p
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CALL
f 14 E. 'Imlvr A.,.. 312.m6 FR 6-1187 for appointment. 372-8441. I
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f 35 Houses for Sol. 35 Houses for Sal I. 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sol.8Y 35 Houses for Sol I
2 EXECUTIVE
f BY OWNER concrete block 3 bedrooms BY OWNER Palm VIeW Estates. 3
NEWLarge HIGHLANDS OWNEfc large 4 &
RTJ
,
h Nigh rolling 1 lots. Restrict- 'f
2 convent BR, 2 bath, less than I old. acre HOMES
baths large yr. 1005 NE 6th St., 3 BR, 2 bath, home. cent. heat & air condo ed. S2JOO. Call
separate Fordyce 376-1236-
r ent. See at 1617 NW 10th Ter. 2-story home In new restricted FHA & VA approved. Shaded lot. inside must be
living rm. & dining rm.. seen to be ap
THE TIME IS NOW. BY OWNER. Property appraisedat residential, 2 baths area.upstairs Has 4 living bedrooms no 3744734.immediate neighbors. Phone beautiful oak floors terrace. paved preciated. Financing available CCB 3 BR 2 bath, 1275 sq. ft. 4-BEDROOM-2-BA, Poole
t 124,000 owner will sacrifice streets & sidewalks. In established Immediate'possession.. 929 NE living space, hardwood floors. S Enclosed Swimming
dining kitchen. family room ,
10th PL Call 1-S401 built In oven & Family Room
1 for. S2&500. Large lots. 2100 sq. & down- STOP LOOKING neighborhood of bankers & days or 6-2748 range paved
ft., all bedrooms, study. powder room Immediate Univ. evenings. street. FHA financing $4oO down. Built-in Kitchen
.arge rooms; 3 stairs. Immediate occup a n c y. occupancy, 3. BR, 2 professors. 18000. Phone
..
I 2 baths, living room Win panelIng Phone FR 2-8965. W. P. Ridge- bath central heat. lovely yard. Harold Stringer. 265. BEAUTIFULLY KEPT $8140 will incL taxes Insurance. 0 Laundry RoomS
Owner pay closing cost. 1445 wall-to-wall CarpetS
t' & fireplace family room. $400 total equity balanceat
way. assume 1305 NE 6th Terrace. 2 Bedroomand N.W.34th Place.OFFERED .
separate dining room. completely only $85 month. A lot less Dressing Room
Do You Have A Room, ApartmentOr equipped ultramodern kitchen than rent. 4215 NW 21st Ter. Eve- REDFRANKSREALESTATE screened lot. Immediate porch. Large corner Central Heat Air Cond.

bookcases & many other PARRISHPRESENTS nings 372.5651. 11500. FHA terms.. occupancy.See Dick BY BUILDER Both Homes located In beautiful -
House to Rent? features. Can be seen at 4040 Robinson. high, dry wooded area with
Newberry Blvd. FR 2-8931. 3 Bedroom, VA bath home.
DUPLEX MORE HOUSE FOR THE MON .RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor paved streets, city water and
EY 1800 sq. ft. of living area 11 W. Univ. Ave. 316.1333WANTED Show house "at 3321 NW. 28th

r GLADYSSMITH ATTRACTIVE and well built 2 bed- CCB plus Construction attached garage.3 large Superior bedrooms Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom, 2 sewer.FRED MASON,.
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS room masonory duplex with kitchens 2 baths Big Livingroon bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd
BUILDER
vacancy FOR RENT: 3 bedroom home In equippedone apartment extra with fireplace entrance foyer
4 N. E. location. Living room. large with air conditioner. covered P*tio. Nice yard. $16.- Someone to take Court. T. D. Zetrouer Phone FR 2434 FR 23182Colonial
dining room and screened porch. Priced at $18,400. 000 with choice of financing. Call advantage of this FR -3841..
the ad that will rent unusual offer.
r YOU MORE than Unfurnished.FOR 60811.CUSTOM. For SIXMO down I .
you can into
move this
3725393Idylwild Brand
HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom New 3 BR, 2 bath luxury home
Walking distance of new RENT: 4 Bedroom 2 bath home with 2 sleeping porches located BUILT and designed by on Vi acre lot in NW. Has
Ill! central
grade school. Beautiful lot 3 brm. home in NE. Central heat and at 214 N. E. 5th Avenue. local architect with ultra modern heat and air conditioning.
2 bath contemporary home. New air conditioning. Unfurnished. ONLY $14,000 with $1,200 DOWNI! Florida Living in mind Sidewalk to schools. Beautiful
FHA financing. Nearly 2700 sq. ft. of living area Elec. kitchen. For details caU .
I COSTS YOUr FOR SALE F.H.A. Financing LOVELY 3 bedroom. W bath, plus 3 car carport. Central heat .r
Here's.what. your Vacancy Near Finley extra lovely 3 brm homes. Outside of city limits. split level masonry home located & airconditionmg. Dream kitchen University Reatly
.2 bath home. Lovely location. 3 bedroom new concrete block in the N. W. section Just with unusual eating are a. IMS N. Main St. Ph 372-4351
until it rented Good financing ready for oc Only 3 left for qualified buyers. inside the city limits. ONLY 15. Striking entrance foyer & patio W. M. Munroe Realtor
DAY is
t EVERY : cupancy. Priced under $10,000. 250 with $700 DOWN. Large lot in Libby Heights.Must I
A be seen to be appreciated. Charm
Tradition 3 brm 3 bath home In TRADITIONAL 3 bedroom 2 BLACK ACRES ATTRACTIVE 35000. Call 6-0817. 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In a.
: IF RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:: Finley area. A lot that has been bath home. Large living room. 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry home SHADOWLAWN
:
landscaped with loving care. See separate dining room, faml y spacious kitchen and large Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor:
this one. Good price good room with lovely fireplace. screen porch. ONLY $17.500 with ESTATESF.
1-a $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day terms. Built In Kitchen. Located In $700 DOWN. I 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 64817 D. OLIVER rti--------
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Back Acres.J. Member Multiple Listing OFFERING -c4-

k $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day GLADYS SMITH J. FINLEY AREA We have Let contemporary us show you 3 bedroom this charming 2 bath I Individual Styles For You
Realtor two nice 3 bedroom homes priced home with central heat and. air I Well planned living areas Comes to Northwest Gainesvilleat
to sell walking distance to conditioning large step down t Quality material & work.
$55 mo. . $1.83 day :
per per
Associates: Anna Hinson J. J. Fmey and convenient to Florida room, and screened In New Homesin .manship
Virginia Power Caroline Noyes University of Florida. patio. A community you would be
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day 1228 W. University Ave. proud to live In .
John Merrill
Phone 372-5393 NEAR UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Drive West on N.W. 39th
PALM VIEW ESTATES
Lovely. brick home on Ave.past the Glen
$65 mo. . $2.16 day Spring Intersection
. per per large woooed lot. Three bedrooms Realtor see sign on left.
v JWK 2 bath large living rm. FR 2-0866.

$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day with room. tirrplce Florida! ,room.separate plus dining a detached MULTIPLE LISTING WESTV1LLA N.W. 16th Are. at N.W. 39th Drive ;

3728404ONLY study.ELEGANT PHONE FR 21494
\ $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day ASSOCIATESMARCELLA New Brick Homesby
$10,75000 will buy a nice AND IMPRESSIVE PARDIW. NW 16th Ave., A limited number of brick front ..:.... filly.
$80 . $2.66 day three bedroom home. Conveniently Lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath home H. BUCKHANNAN 'air conditioned colonials under
i per mo. per located in the Northeast this with wall to wall carpet and zn are now con-
H house can be handled Insurance for $350.00. old brick fireplace in Living at 37th St. Builder struction. Prices start at $16,350. VA,
plus prepaid and
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day room. Nice Florida room. built
approximately $67.00 per month Conventional For information
In kitchen. central heat and air SUBURBAN 3 & 4 bedrooms, built-In kitchen FHA financing.
r with new FHA financing. porch with equipment cen. heat VA no
cOnditioning.
screen 376-7971.
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day EASY to buy three bedroom two I lovely fenced in back yard HEIGHTSGainesville's down payment. FHA from $700
bath house In University neigh- with pool and shuffleboard court. WALTER STUBBSInc. down-no dosing costs.
borhood. Owner will ,
$95 mo. . $3.16 day cooperate Newest
per per with qualified buyer In
arrang- Lovely acre wooded lots In excel- Prestige Address Capital Builders Inc.
ing a down payment of 1000. lent NW location. Restricted. Built for Those Who Desire HUGH EDWARDS'Inc.BuilderDeveloper .
NW. 37th Place' & 6th Street
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Central' heat Florida room Paved streets $3.950 and up. Only the Best.
oak flors space for two N. W. 43rd & N.W. 17th PL OPEN HOUSE DAILY .
cars will and built In kitchen Built by Four of Gainesville's Phone 376.5394 Call 372-1341: .r 374-778. -, .
delight you. at $17-
M. M.PARRISH Leading Builders
f CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR OVER AN 500.ACRE In Kirkwood. Gra- FRED MASONA.
cious masonry home. central W. FLETCHER "We trade houses"McCOY'S
heat two baths. three bedrooms. MACOMA ..HOMES I : .
PLUS another bedroom and W. P. RIDGWAY
I SUN RENTAL WANT ADS bath for guests, a relative, or More People Have Bought
for, a study. Large screened & ASSOCIATES. INC. I
\. porch fireplace. too. By H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham
I appointment only. Carolyn Pooley Mary Parrish
a MOST attractive home for less 19 NE First Street Tel. 372.5375 Hugh Edwards Inc. HomesIn
r than $17,00000 Three bedrooms. ,

: 35 Houses for Salt 35 Houses for Salt two Florida baths room NW., fireplace.and features walled MACOMA HOMES INC.In Northcentral Florida Since
J patio. Occupancy after 60 STEVEN FOSTER .
fOUR 8R. 2 bath Cas. FHA fi- LOVELY HOME days. By appointment only. HEIGHTSLocated
nanclng. $ U7 per mo. Only $430 Four BR. Fla. room 2 bath cen. LARGE beautiful lots in Ridge-
beautiful Suburban NW 43rd
of St.
.\ down to qualified buyer. Seller neat, air cond., living room elec. wood S-D at reasonable prices. Heights west 1945 Because
pay closing cost. Call 372-0481 for trio stove newly decorated inside All Improvements paid. Little- at N.W. 37th Place & adjoining city limits. They Recognize
appt. to see, 1806 N.W. 38th Ter. and out. Low down payment, take wood-Westwood section. 6th St. New brick homes under
over payments. 1011 NE 21 Ave. construction. Pick your own The Charming fhe Livable
FR U721. J. W.KIRKPATRICK. colors etc. VA & FHA Terms. TRUE VALUE
f [ImmediateOccupancy RANCHO GRANDE TIKI
LOW payments.down payment N. W. low monthly by 3 bedrooms 2 baths. 3 bedroom 2 bath large
section
schools. 3727474 or 372-MM after near Realtor Capitol Builders Inc. study family room, living screened porch<< beautifulroom t
6 PM 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 2-8404 dining room ock family room oak parquet 2-3-4 BEDROOM HOMES
ASSOCIATES N.W. 37th Place 1 6th Str.etCID
TWO bedroom CCB home large Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell I' 3720341 or 374-7781 parquet floor drapes infloors.. drapes included.
*. size lot. N. W. Section. For sale Capt. A. w. Reece. USN. Ret. eluded. $30,000 10% $28,500 10% Down.

CHOICE two. three and four bedroom or FR rent.2S23S Reasonable between 7 terms.A.M.Phone l> 6 -levis........-..Kirkland-............... Ben Griffin Down. Our 1964 Parade Home IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
-* homes at convenient loca- P.M. n"-I1IIII11I11I11IHIIIIIIIIII- 'HIIIIIIUIIIIHAlllllllllmlllllllllll 4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave.
p "lions. Quality construction plus r : I
J bonus features such as realM FOR SALE LIKE RENT
plaster walls fully sodded lot. "PLANNING TO BUILD"Let
lifetime terrazzo floors. GE central 2 BR, block kitchen turn. $80 per I COMPARE! i us give you on estimate on contracting your new
: heat adaptable to A-C GE mo., 420 NE 34th PI. custom home. NO MONEY DOWN
built-in oven and range, all I I
:brick fronts, rustic gas lamps,I Iasldewalks. 3 BR, block breezeway utility rm. Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290 t

; ship. swim club members carport ed lot. $90 kitchen mo. turn. large wood- I THESE HOME VALUES I Nite FR 6-5015 or 6-6502 V A Village Qtcen I

w Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd. -

No cash down VA. Call Tatem. owner. 376-3485 I BEFORE YOU BUY I I LOWEST FHA DOWN by Hugh Edwards Inc. I II I

14 Low FHA down. I Ii
t Also conventional 1300 down. (8411 Incl.taxes = The following are now under g 376-7971
;.. financing. per mo.
and insurance. Available MVH' construction and will be ready '_ 'PAYMENTS
c: ;2 Move 1 in Sept. 15. 3 BR. Hi bath. CCB. for occupancy soonl I
1408 NE 14th Ter. FR 2.3855. Priced from $13,900-$17.250 d Irk
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.t I = 3310 N.W. 30th PI. 5 Sodded Lawns
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H << 3 BR. 2 bath. $400 dn. $87 = j
e GREEN KIIMGSBERRYHOMES The following Is ready for per month. Swim Club +

---- I occupancy. 3 Air Cond. Optional i
rtNO 4120 & 4121 a
WAITING TO QUALIFY. 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. N.W. 19th Dr. b Colonials

Take 4 BR, 2V4 baths lWf dn.. 3 BR 2 bath MOO dn., $81
your choice of over per month. t Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
: HUGH 90 beautiful brick $163 per mo. a

Kingsberry homes I 4119 & 4127 .-

}t' 5 EDWARDS Ii Bmumiwwuunuwiwlmmllllfim! N.W. 19th Dr. c
= e 3 BR. 1 bath (500 dn., $74 5 .rI I Ii
1 $9,000 to $30,000as per month. ;
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North Central Florida's Largest little as g I
Builder and Developer I
i t Furnished models at 2909 NE 15th NO MONEY DOWNon Hope ALL OUR HOMES ARE i
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I .-" 3167971ADMIRE your lot 5 OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY i

Monthly paymentsas a.. ."H" Inc. YOU SEEING WILL JUST ANYTIME CALL.IF 5@= i| a New Home CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY


low as We Trade Homes 1123 S.E. 4th STREET Ii! Can Come True I %
THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN FOUk BEDROOM BRICK COLONIALS
$56.00Several I or Property FR 6-5301 or FR -7989 i L $15,825The

\ WIMBERLY ESTATES ... 1
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new homes readyfor 1 .. r JlIIIIIRIIIIIIII brick-front Riviera is the' star of our new models.
Uayd Myrick, Bldr. immediate
occupancy.
Offering more quality Gainesville's newest and most at Terrazzo floors, shingled roof, custom-built kitchen, central

.\. far less money THE JAMES CO. luxurious apartment building .. natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all

M I f W 34th Ter. .H N.W. mil LAKESHORE city services.
901 Waldo Rd.
1; AVI. Open Sundays at 1:M e'rt Highland Court Manor

:by appt. 372S48J or 1-CSI4. Phone 372.2527 TOWERS i THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE
1 t Evenings 372-6441

Builders of NOW ,LEASING MODELS AT $14,500.
All
Highland Court Manor homes are

,J... Kingsberry Homes built to VA and FHA standards, provide I THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT
I ing the for
you opportunity long-term
\ KINGSBERRYHOMES low-rate financing. Payments start at only # MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350

TOP EXECUTIVE & .' .
PROFESSIONAL CLASS $79.34 per month including insuranceand THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH TROPICANA
taxes. Why not see our models
THE UNIQUE CUSTOM many .
..
H :The Regency 3 BR, BUILT HOME OF today? There's one within: your reach! MODELS $13,000.

%.bath, entrance foyer > GAINESVILLEJamaicastyle .
;*DR. LR, family room, t living room pace. setter FHA. and. VA Walk to elementary

b r double carport central f Forty foot Florida room / 14 New Models, I II and junior high -
'heat GE kitchen full t Luxurious master suite with From $400 down
walk-in closets I ..:....
lot. 1736 -dressing I
brick, en a large $13,400 ::
to $18,200 Better
and
room built-In vanity wall living -
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N.W. 39th Ave. $19.000. dYx :..
and shoe
closet
;'' :10% down $122.00 per 0 Fabulous kitchen,. breakfast. From $79 per month resale vafue.- _..::.
month. utility room and workshoparea

,, .. / Nothing Down VA Drive ,west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W.-38t-h Street, turn;
f) Twenty-six foot closet wall LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE:

I :The Powell 3 tR, 1 Vi .. Guest Paneled suite library with with sunken fireplace tub Swimming Pool Recreation Room ($100 Closing Costs) left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor. -. -=

bath, oak floors, carport, Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat -

central heat. 'ull brick on Two acre landscaped lot In most patios select- 1 I .. Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities Paint the Down Payment If You ScTDesl/e! :, :

j nice wadded lot. 1514 neighborhood Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute
.....W. 34th PI. $14.000. A Scads of sky light so houseis Paved Parking Areas Lighted SidewalksPHONE / From 79.34 Per Mo. -
:5500 down $86.49 per csheerful even In gloomy .3 Elevators PALM VIEW'ESTATES LUXURY HOMESL -

t month.- f This weather house Is Ideal for 376-4456 Including Insurance, Taxes) PRICED FROM. $16,000 UP I
4s lavish or casual entertaining
O Never have you seen so
much cabinet end drawer FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
i Built and offered by space under one roof. (24 Hour Service) KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON Daily 2-9545 Night 6.9048. :
t Three-car: garage. Total SALES
OFFICE
OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY
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THE JAMES CO. square footage 6.000 under
roof 2306 5.W.13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441 Sales Office-N.E. 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr.
1 Phone 372-2527 office Happy to show by. appointmentonly. BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERS

t Phone 372-6441 home 372-1987 Butler Bros. BUILDERS Phone 372-3471

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''o-. 15 HOMS" for Sale IS Houses for Sola 45 Furnished Apti. 66 Mile For Sal. 73 Musical Merchandise --

I :J I-L-i 54 Business Rental. I 85 Automobiles for Sal 85 Automobiles for Sab. 85 Automobiles for Site'
oath. CCB house, SALE BY OWNER TO SETTLE 7500 .
waikinf ROOMMATE wanted male 15 S.W. BTU air conditioner, (60 i FOR SALE: KIMBALL Spinet ;
distance' to Llttlewood & west- ESTATE 2 BR CCB louse. 3rd Ave 37.50 per mo. Includes LARGE Shop building. Long lerm I IIe. 9 pc bedroom $125 tt foam
piano blonde finish, like 1960 Plymouth Savoy. I 1963 MERCURY PiTa .
I new. cylinder, Colony 42 CORVAIR
Mood schools 700, 2 *.
COUP
welt landscaped food Northwest location. HW utilities and phone. For Info call .... Rentor sale. 2007 NE 27th I bed. Slot dryer. $50 small Iqiicr four dJ
door,
; $ee It at standard transmissIon Ml air
2045
v Avail end of Sept. 410 NW 35th floors. kit. equipped wasnlng Ave. FR 6-5568. N.E. ftft St. wagon. power factory Sacrifice. $1025. '- -
U41t.EFFICIENCY. bar. dishwasher SO, 20 _
$25
$ with
cu. heater
best
Ter. offer over new tires 22,000 miles. Immaculate
l :[_: Phono 376-1374. machine air conditioner. FHA apt. S4t per mo. Large commercial building for rent. ft. upright freezer.- $150; utility MUST sell almost new Wurlltzer $800. Call 372-1646 1106 N. E. condition. $250. 1954 CHEVROLET 1943 FORD Galaxle 500. 4 on the!

NICE ments approved.$62.35.$10.500 Call monthly 376-4463. pay.SUn. lights and water furnished. Ideal Colt Fordyce 3761236. table, $7; electric rotisserie; $20; sacrafice piano. Retail price $795. Will 9th Ave. V-s. auto. Trans.. me- floor.Qukk 394 sale.engine.See at Priced 718 N. Main foe
student. Phone 9x12 Nylon rug, $30; TV console. for 5500. can finance. chanically excellent. Best offer.
days and after 5 call 374 3021. for working girl or 63 OLDS Jetfire. fee. air turbo St.
.hre. bedroom. 1 bath home with FR '-582'". FOR LEASE' $35; child's desk. S10; 12x15 Nylon Phone Starke '6+4651. charged 4 speed. loaded. John Phone 372-9(94. .

,L j- eak floors. close throughout good coneition. 6 room CCB home with 2 bs'hs. EFFICIENCY APARTMbNTS. S50 Modern air cond. suite of offices.Downtown rug new with pad 125. WILL transfer to responsible party Pierson, FR 2-110 or see .t 1122 '55 CHEVROLET, 199. Rough but 55 FORD aoti 45,000 miles;
to
Llttlewood 4-car
school. garage swimming pool on 3764727.
location, near NW 4th Ave. Radio & FR 6-1479
court choice
of four spinet dependable. R 4 H. Call 3745552
month. Phone 466-344S. or console -
t t400 down, sat IncludIng 2 acres of land with pine trees.
monthly house and federal weekends after 3 -
3 from building. Ph.372.7U3 SINGER AUTOMATICTwin pianos. Pick up payments of Wur- 1942 Vw after S weekdays, anytimeSat. o p.m
I. taxes Insurance. Phone FRI b'ks. school. S blkt, privately owned. excel
DOWNSTAIRS furnished apt. 2 4-M17.
*_a-8963 W. P. RMgeway.BR. from church. J12JOO. Pnoa4721158 -4 or needle zig zag in beautifulnew Oilier Spinet Piano trade back. lent condition loaded with ex. & Sun. '51 Chevrolet pickup. U ton best
BR bath living
Ig.
T large rm. ice. save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with Offer. 1424 S. E. 27th St. All
Newberry. SMALL warehouse for rent. mahogany desk. Sacrl( tras. call 371-5131 after 5 PM. Oaf
p a 'separate & kitchen. 1957
CCB with carpet. Furnished dining rm. Original price over $300, balance sound & motion, pick up pay- FORD convertible, new top, Sunday arid after 5 p.m.
C or unfurnished. Can see at 4005 102 N. W. 20th DRIVE Water furn. 175 mOo May be seen DAN BYRD $15.2 of $8.94 ments we have a piano to fit I '60 SUNBEAM Alpine, excellent excellent condition. Phone F*
payments per
t .. N.W. 13tft PL Phone 374-7384. Ideal location 2 Irg. A 1 sm. BR.Irg at 559 NE 6th Ave. after S P.M. 3768268. month.or Machine does all fancy any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO., cond. one owner, many extras. 6-9448. 87 Automobiles Won tor

;)tEAL NICE 2 6R' or can be used chen: living 2 baths rm.. dining rm.. a. kit. Call 3724890. FOR LEASE 10,000 sq. ft. store single: and double needle designs 702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031. Priced right Call FR 4-7824. 1954 FORD Fairlane 4 door, oneowne. :
screened porch.
w as 3 BR house lit excellent loca. Someone connected with UF will DUPLEX 2 bedroom apartment, gas building W. Univ. Ave. Price $800 button holes, zig zag stiching PRACTICE PIANOS I .. *'-t'eftt! cand'tion for CARS WANTED, 195S.. F-OrdS

.. w tton. Nice comer shaded lot lave living here. for cooking; and heating private per mOo Call Hershall< Haynes, eta: Mikefl's Sewing Machine Upright pianos, $91 and CADILLAC 1955 red convertible, age. (all 3721703 alter ':& P.M. 4 Cher Al Sent*
with garage. Total price 111.500. front & back entrance nice I FR 6-2641 or B. F; MitcH FR Service 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR Used spinet pianos up fully powered with new top. $100. 53 CHf-VROLET Tfl Ice 6 SE 4 St.BARKLEY .
EHX..financing. available. Phone shady yard cold water furnished. $495 and up
'-7551.MALL. 8-1355. Used See at Tenneco Stat. corner of 55 DODGE $ 95
owner 372-7401. 38 Real Estated Wanted No small children or pets. Phone organs $795 and up. S- Main 4 4th Ave.
l FR 2-2400. $ business or office space located Rudd Melikian vending machine, GRIDLEY| MUSIC COMPANY 56 CkD panel $125
I rTwo FOR ONE WANTED 50 acre farm fenced In 1600 block West Univer. will vend up to ten different Gainesville Shopping CenterFR '40 BONNEVILLE loaded excel 54 C"'EVROLET2S
water, electricity.' High and dry. 2 BR-LR, kitchen, water furnished. slty Ave. For more Information items at ten prices is- regrigtr. 2-5353. I I lent condition, SI 450. 44 FORD pickup truck S 50 .
TWO HOUSES ON large corner Send details to P. 0. Box 274 150 per month. 1635 East Univ. phone FR 6-3012. like-new condition. Call Phone 376.8687. Al Herndon Serv. Station

lot, convenient to schools .nd Gainesville. Fla. Ave. (Rear) Call FR 2-0989. tr'8-107 after 4:00 p.m. will SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at 914 SE 4ft ,to :
shopping. Live in and rent FOR STORE & WAREHOUSE 41 VOLKSWAGEN MOTORS
'I one deliver. S495. Rebuilt small Grand Piano. radio. Beautiful
the other. Property has been HOUSE WANTED Individual will CLEAN 1 bedroom apartment space cat John Merrill, Realtor. S650. Also another blue. $1050. 2424 W. Univ. Ave. '44 BELAIR. $325 down, will con
I truck load
C well kept. Let us show you the pay $300 cash to owner or builder across from Campus, couples only 372-1494 SET of 15 Vol. Americana Encyclo of sider older car. Call FR 2-8054
those tine factory rebuilt "IN THE AUTO GAMEBARKLEY'S -
call 372-2830 for details. pianos FOR SALE OR TRADE 142 Fair- after 5:30.
advantages In this Investment. for equity or down payment, pedias. Set of 14 Stodldard's Lec.
and win pay transfer costs. Must 56 Business OpportuRitictSAUNDER'S tures. First reasonable offer. Mrs. fully guaranteed arrived today. ; lane Sports Coupe. In excellent THE HA1"
I be IV* two bath 46 Unfurnished Willis- We invite you to visit us for. all condition. $250 and assume pay.mints. $50 MECHANIC SPECIAL. 1958
11 ACRES clean. 3 BR or Aprs. Parker, 193 Hammock St. your musical needs. Call FR 4-5472 Renault 4 CV needs new rings 2201 N. Main -
or can be
house in Northwest area. Payments OIL COMPANY ton.
LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE at 1810 NW 6th St. and sleeves to put in running FR
t BEAUTIFUL WOODED. and on a not over $120 per month ONE 3 Rm. and bath apartment.One SERVICE STATION MANAGERSAND 112 SE 1st Street seen condition; otherwise in goodshape. 2.437
paved road TEN miles from total call Bambi Motel for Wy. 4 Rrn. apt. and bath.- Both ASSISTANT CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew 1942 CHEVROLET radio. heater Phone 374-0434.

p 4 ; City. $400 per acre with I .xce!- lie Merritt. with hot water. 107 SE 4th Ave. Needed Immediately. Good salary and Used $60 CLARINET for sale. good condi wws. power steering, new paint
,. ...lent terms. For Information call J. T. Howze and comm. if you desire to own Complete line of photo supplies tion- 3 yrs. old. $60. $1395 372-5097 before P.M. 4 1944 VW Deluxe MICrO bus, split
LISTINGS WANTED FR 21090. your own business. Why not learn FULLER'S FOTO INC. PHONE 3761349.FREE 374-0050 after 4 P.M. seat, red & white. 50 HP. excellent
Have buyers waiting for farms the recommended ways to suc- 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 : Condition. private party.
:ALACHUA REALTY and small acreage. FOR RENT upstairs apartment cessfully operate the business Clarinet. wood. cost $180. 55 CHEVROIET, standard transmission 395. Call FR 2-4281 weekends 12.-1 1964 :
kitchen dining room. 2 Ig. bed FOR SALE room air conditioner 4 cylinder. Perfect condi-
CALL
Associates while you earn. For further details Just buy $SO worth of Pop music. weekdays after 6 P.M.
110 volts $25. Lewyer vacuum
rooms. Ig. back porch. Unfurn. tion. Call 372-4431. 1115 NW 7th
435 N. E. 1st St. 374-2448 Real Estate call Mr. DeLoach 376-5333 Call 372-0813.
Angle $35 per mo. Call 472-2136 or 376-0296. cleaner plus attachments $25. 3716 PL '59 ENGLISH FORD 2 door good
C Arle T. Smith, Realtor C. L. Angle, Broker write W. N. Barry Newbe r r y, evening NW 7th PI. Phone FR 6-4722. PIANOS & ORGANS condition, heater. Priced reason-
Mabel Gore Associate
p O. J. Angle. Associate Fla. MONEY MAKER -' Neighborhood TRADE your costly to operate NEW & USED 1964 CORVAIR Spider convertible. able. Phone FR 2-8811.

I 4404 NW nth St. 376-6927 UNFURNISHED apartment convenIent grocery now grossing over $60.- ELECTRIC water heater. and Back to school special sale on pianos. Daytona blue. radio heater, 4 FORD
000 should do better. speed transmission wire wheel
per year
$48 for a new giassiined GAS Exclusive dealer for See-
TORDYCE.REALTOR to campus. 3019 S. W. 34th
PRICE of $45.000 includes business covers. bucket seats. 4,000 miles.
39 Out of Town Property Way. $45 per month. Water fur. water heater. Much more hot burg organs.
store building. Take
inventory over payments. Phone 376-
with GAINESVILLE MUSIC TROPICALPONTIAC
water at about half the cost CENTER312s.c21
nished, no kitchen equipment. FR
PLUS 2 BR 2 Bath central heat
4339
or 372-9774.
77 FEET frontogeby l65feet deepat 2-W03 after Monday noon. ed residence plus another house OUR LP GAS. PROPANE 1025 W. Univ. Ave. I'

i 6304 Nebraska Ave.. Tampa for rental plus space for' to ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. VIOLIN full size, good condition, 1955 OLDSMOBILE Holiday, power CLEARANCE

value $25,000 owner will trade 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 7 trailers. TERMS AVAILABLE. DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY $45. Phone 372-3117. steering 4 brakes. auto. trans..

for :equally valued property In Call Chairs. low as S3 No money radio & heater. $225. Phone 374- !
:. ., FLORIDA PARK Gainesville area. Contact T. E. 8. REDFRANKS REALESTATE down low as S5 per month. 2270. 302 N.W. 8th Ave.

FlrtpUce with paneled living Leona Bronson. P. O. Box 642. CAMPVILLE nicely furnished 1 bed 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 374-0817 Free estimates, pickup and delivery Automotive '61 Chevrolet FR 2-2583
.. room. hardwood floors. 3 BR Gainesville Fla. or phone 372- room CCB house, students or cou I. parkwood wagon with
service. All work guaran air. Wholesale. STUDENT SPECIAL I
home. Over 1500 sq. ft. Large 5958.. pie. no pets. $45 Phone 481-2178. SALE'I
59 Money Wanted teed. Phone 316-7786. 54 Plymouth, perfect cond II
wooded lot. low down -I I
paymenttand
4 BR home male stu 63 Motorcycles & Scooters 43,000
2
PUBLIC Auction Labor Day at WE sworn to miles. $395. Phone
monthly payments. Call For. ;nf'o WANT TO buy late model usedrefrlgeraton.
GrandIn dents. I boys. WANT to borrow 53.500. Extra
P.M. 27 Access lake lots at FR 6-4405. _
dice.-374-1234. Lake Shores located on State Call John Baldwin FR 6-4201 or Security. Write Box 577-A, care trade-ins Exceptionally. High W64 ALLSTATE $C001er, 5 mos. 'POOLECABLEMOTORS
now given.WILSON'S
PATIO Rd. 315 south of Grandin. Liberal FR 6-4405. of Gainesville Sun. old. Must sacrifice. $369 new. Now '61 J VW Sunroof. $995Call I
shaded by many trees. 3 BR 2 discount for cash. H. EXCHANGE $225. Call 3724407.
terms. or- 374-7914 \
.;..bam home- In fine' NW section. THREE bedroom 2 bath house on 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-6479.
G. Starke, Fla.
Separate i"ingroom. 11 ving Bellinger Silver Lake near Keystone. 61 Wanted to Buy '63 DUCATI Bronco excellent con 42 VOLKSWAGEN red with white" I SHAW
376-2615. NEW and used chain saws lawn dition. 1211 N. w. loth Ave. DODGE-DART
room. Fla. room on a large corner or interior radio heater 4 trailer
lot. Price |ust. reduced to 40 Business Properties CASH for your used appliances, mowers, edgers. tampers light _phone 376-T 477. hitch; $1195. Contact H. D. Boyd.P. .
'' SANTA FE LAKE CCB cottages furniture. clothing. etc. Call Williams plants. cable. Wisconsin. Briggs TRUCKS
only $20.700. owner financed- O. Box 271. Mieanopy.
Call RESTAURANT. 7 room house and modern. 1 efficiency and 1 two Service Center, HawthorneRd. & Stratton, new and used mo 1962 ZUNDAPP. 250 cc. excellent
the
you name downpayment. .
.'. Ferdyce 374-1234. 36 acres with 1055 ft. frontage bedroom, avail. Sept. I. Phone 3723937. tors. Rental, sales and service. condition, elec. starter. Call 466- 55 CHRYSLER New Yorker, good 119 SE 1st Ave 372-4143 &

.. BLACK ACRES north of Waldo Rd. on 301, very GR 5-5375 Melrose. Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE 3237 Micanopy. condition fully equipped. $295.

.Large living .room 3 large bedrooms _reasonable. Phone 468-1673. 2 bedcooms, CB., house, fur. on U.S.COINS and WANTEDAll foreign silver 16th Ave. Phone 376-3411. 1961 Peugeot. motorscooter, less FR 4-1481.

I ,? *. 2 .baths.. Fla. room pat. FIRST mortgage for sale discount Swan Lake. $65 Mo. Also Small ALUMINUM awnings 10 x 30. than 5000 miles. Two seats spare FOR THE CORRECT
dollars sets and 1955
proof
I .? to, plenty of storage, built In If sold within 10 days. For further 1 Br., house $45 Mo. Call FR 2- 125. Edgar L. Wight Jr. 462- wheel and tire. $150 or will I Value KEETER
.. bookshelves and kitchen. Over "Information call 372-8113 Mr.Loftgar. 8352 or GR 5-5220 Melrose. half dollars. 1194. trade for Ham radio or CB Rated TIME ,
k. 1800 so. ft. and fenced yard. REBEL STAMP & COIN SHOP equipment. Phone FR .-.5954.If .
\ .. Only 125,000 wit'. low down pay- ... :. THREE bedroom, 1 bath suburban 809 W. University Ave. T-V antennas. $3 single stack. S7 not answer FR 6-0800. Used Cars I
home at 4001 E. University Ave. double stack $13.00 complete kit. FR 2.1411
ment. Call 374-1234.
Fordyce.
\ 41 Residential Income Year lease required. $125 per mo. _Jim Voyles 419 NW 8th Ave.
::, FORDYCE L. J. Moratto. 2505 NW 6th 62 Machinery & Tools "UNBELIEVABLE" 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR BCrG MOTOR CO. Courtesy Of 238 W. University

4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also adJoining -
St. Phone FR 2-4957. ,
.o"* & ASSOCIATES INC. rental property. 200 ft. TABLE saw (ointer, power handsaw Brand new sofa-bed and chair. CONDITIONING. Tuneup Cadillac Oldsmobile University ChevroletN.
.% --MIIt1p1.L1Jtlng Realtor frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd COUNTRY COTTAGE with 3 acres. and other portable power $59.95; platform rockers $12.95; Special $2.50 for performancetest. Phone FR 6-5371
ta .v Grace Fordyce Broker Ave. Will sell together or sepa- 2 bedrooms. K. E. BeUling 466- tools. Phone FR 6-9652. scoop chairs, $19; all channel All makes and models. 2C01 NW 13th St. Main St. at 16th Ave.
-
Associates rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- 3150. Mieanopy., stacked antennas, $6; used refrigerators of Chrysler built H
$495. Good cars. awes-
ONE-ROW: corn picker.
>4 Benton Dudley Coulden $25 TV's.
I 'O.: 't1G! Dick Banks 4752. LAKE WAUBURG 2 BR, elec. condition. Haufler Bros., Inc., Rt, WILLIAMS;SERVICE CENTER Powers Motor Co., Air Conditioning -

Frances Hough Sarah Goulden kitchen. Reasonable. 4-663130. 3. Box 217 Gainesville. 376-3336.: Hawthorne Servicing Center. 204 N.
fnt W. Univ. 374-1234 42 Forms & Acreage Rd. 372-3937. Main St.. Phone FR 2-2561.

64 Household Good SMALL chest type home freezer 1965 ENGLISH FORD
80 ACRES 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. excellent condition. $50. Phone SPECIAL auto painting, $29.95.
Auto repair & tuneup.
South of Newberry and West of 376-0873.
i FRED GE 4-burner perfect condition Miller & Sons
: Three BR. 1 bath, Fla. rm. N.E. range.
US 41. with beautiful
nicely rolling.
$12,500.00 $50. Gate-leg dining table LONESOME T-V looking for a new _732 NW 1st St. 372-7915
large trees. Partly cleared blond finish suit. for trail viewer. will leave home for $30. CORTINA

suitable for pasture or farm Mary Moeller, er. FR 2-0982. Ph. 372-5047. (05 NE 11th Ave. 85 Automobiles for Sale
ARNOLD ing. Several lovely home sites.

Only $120 per, acre. Half cash Realtor 1 FREE WESTINGHOUSE sewing USED vacuum cleaners. SIS 8 1964 Chevrolet impala. 26,000 miles.
,
and S year terms. S. E. SAPP machine. walnut cabinet attach up. some 'like new. Call 67110 or Wholesale
REALTOR, NEWBERRY. 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 ments. $45 platform rocker $10. see at 712 N. Main. price. Call FR 64405.

j: REALTOR UNFURNISHED 3 BR home $110 child's dek & chair $15. FR REPOSSESSEDStyle ADVERTISE IN THE
6-6650.
180 acres. 60 acres in permanent per mo. Unfurnished 2 BR $60
pasture, plenty of water, fenced per mo. Call 376-7466. :1963 30" Frigidaire electric range Mate Singer Like SERVICE DIRECTORY

J-' $300 DOWN and cross fenced, Vi mile road 7 ROOM. 2 story 3 BR, IVj baths. automatic oven. $150 cash. 1963 new, nothing to buy to Zig Zag
to Qualified FHA Buyer. Payments frontage. $165 an acre. yellow GE refrigerator freezer applique, monogram, fancy :stitches -
,* $57.00 per month including 10 acres suitable for cutting into $130.00 per mo. Garage. KS NE frost free refrlg. $175 cash. button holes, darns, mends
"
-* taxes" and ""Insurance. 2 Bed- smaller tracts. Good investment. 7th Ave. GR 5-5032. Both excell.) cond. Call 376-0027. etc. Assume payments of $7.50

rooms.1 bath screened "porch, Call Fordyce 376-1236. THREE bedroom house fenced per mo. Small balance. Mikell's MELTONMOTORS
oak block floors. TV antenna In- back yard available Sept. 8th. ;SOFA plus new slip covers; Sewing Machine Service. 815 W.

*, eluded.loanjcosts Seller, will pay buyer's 12$6400.00 Acres W. of town, paved road. 2125 NW 7th Ter. Phone 3724932. $95. FR 63449.THREEQUARTER Univ. FR 8-1355. -i:

20 Acres W. of town, paved road. THREE bedroom. 2 bath house bed with box 30" range, T-V antenna, bed,

; $20.000 FHA $12.500.00 with Fla. room, built in range springs and mattress. $25. Phone chest, headboard chairs cameras

; Three bedroom. 2 bath home 'In Sea our Ad for Ranehettes under N.w. Section. $120 per mo. Phone 372-9720. typewriters. violin 4 other
S LOTS 468-1177. Waldo. items. Ph. 372-5850.
Northwest location. Central hisS
Net price. reduced i ELECTRIC range, Westinghouse.
r and hcondUtonmg.. Built in 2 BR. kitchen furn. $82.50 per mo. FOR SALE Jacobson reel type
30". Excellent condition. $85. Double Checked
.
range and oven. Family roar.r Mary Moeller! 24 NE 20th St. Back yard fenced. Phone 372-5734. lawn mower. like new $70. For MOTOR CO.
Chain link fence around back CRNE
r I Contact Ward at 372-3289 or 2- information call 376-8528. USED CARS
: y.rd. Realtor T- APPLIANCESTested
6885. OLD 97 Bergamot Hair Dressing 516 S.
r NEW CONSTRUCTION 1819 W. University FR 6-4471 3 BR. 1 bath $150. 1937 NW 2nd 42 Refrigerators and Guaranteed from S39 up wholesale to agents. Also Raw. '63 BUICK ST. FR 2-4251

ACRE lots on paved road 2 miles Ave. Phone 376-3401. leigh Products retail. T. E. Bran
4 Bedrooms. 2 baths In beautiful Ranges from $39 up Special 4 door, sedan V6,
Central from city limits. Only $2200. Call 17 Washers from $19 son. P. O. BOX 642 Gainesville,
Malore Gardens. heat. 2 BR house for lease $125 per up standard transmission blue.
hardwood floors, 4" well. Love John Merrill Realtor. FR 2-1494. n>'J. Located at 215 NW 20th St. 8 Dryers from $49 up Fla. 372-5958.

ly shaded lot on paved street. CHIEFLAND 40 acres. 25 acre Contact owner at 905 NW 20th St. 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up GENERAL ELECTRIC 10 cu. ft. refrigerator $1895

$23.000. Pangola grass 14 ml. hiway 2 Dishwashers from $49 up 6 yrs. old. ISO or reasonable '
THREE bedroom house with stove 62 BUICK
10 TV Sets from 535 up RIDGWAY
MOTOR
frontage. older Phone 372-5108.
buildings. $8800 offer. CO.
Available
and refrigerator furnished. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO.
ARISTOCRAT Special, deluxe, 4 door sedan,
cash
terms.
I or Call. write or last of Sept. 1311 N.E., 14th
'19 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 1 h.p. electric motor practically
a I r conditioned. automatic
.* Enter this 3 bedroom 2 bath home S. .
see E. SAPP REALTOR. Ter. $115 mo. on lease. Wese- new. Phone 3160491.REUPHOLSTERED .
< through attractive covered garS Newberry. FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks 30 transmission. radio heater.
FR 6-2472.
man Realty.
den. Separate formal living gal. with gas heater attached also sofa and sofa- $1895 ANNOUNCES FOR THE FIRST TIME
room; cozy family room with 740 ACRE ranch at $IJS per acre. SPACIOUS 3 BR 2 baths built-in ISO gal. butane gas tank. Complete beds. mahogany glass door

fireplace. The last word in kltch- Frank D. Howard Real Estate, own washer ft. dryer, wall 10 with gauges. 2 crane shallow .. bookcase. chests bedroom suites. '62 BUICK
*" ens fully equipped. Glgant Ie Grady Finance Co. Office. P.O. wall carpeting. air cond. L rent well pumps. Inquire Lewis slant-front desks chairs lamps.
: screened porch. Special terraz- _Box 703. High Springs. Fla. heat. Located on beautiful wooded Jewelry Co. Nu LeSabre 4 door sedan power WE WILL SELL ALL NEW
and other items. Nearly 1964
10 floors throughout. Located In lot. $175 per mo. See at 2609 steering. power brakes air
,, Durant Estates. 290 ACRES. 10 miles southwest of NW nth Ave. or phone 376638. 1 FOR SALE 30" gas range in excellent Furniture Shop 324 N.W. 8th conditioned, radio. heater, automatic -
Gainesville. Vt mile highway condition. 4 burners. oven Ave. Phone 376-4892.
frontage electrical & telephone 4 Bedroom, 2Vi bath, living room broiler & storage space. $40 or transmission sharp.
\ service available. Call 372-0745 dining room combination. Large best offer 3764775. MOVIE outfit, complete. 8 mm Key- $2395 RAMBLERS
" ARNOLDREALTY after 5:00 P.M. house and yard. Kincald Pd. stone electric eye zoom lens
Southeast Section. Call FR 2-264. camera; prolector; screen; viewer '62 VALIANT
DISCOUNTPRICES ; titler; etc. FR 69652.GERT'S I
COMPANY 43 Colored Property 2 door, hardtop, standard
49 Rooms For Rent a gay girl ready tor a
Multiple Listing Member transmission, radio, heater.
MJ19 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 HOMES FOR SALE whirl after cleaning carpets with

<- Associates: 243 bedrooms. SE 14th St. 4 NICELY furnished room in home. Blue Lustre. Rent electric sham $1295

'Jim Sheppard Jane Caldwell 7th Ave. Small down payment. N.E. section accommodates two We undersell everybody. pooer $1. McDanleli Furn. Co.. -
tF. W. Hodge Bob Kaikman monthly payments $57 to $65. people. If Interested call FR Gainesville Shopping Center. 62 SAAB
HENDRIX
>Jimmy Green Walter Stoddard Also homes built on your lot 6-0863. COSCO high chair $6 wooden bed 2 door sedan. heater.

with10 down payment. Ph. FURNITURE CO. guard rail $2 Detecto baby $995 r 0'
ROOM and board for retired
gentlemen NW Ave. at 10th St.
FR 2-4125. 5th scale $3 Dog basket $1. Kohlert
146 Main Street. Willis-
; M New. Quality Hugh Eowards built ton: Florida. i GE after elec.5:30 stove P.M.for 372-7038.sale. $25. Call B-flat irons. 2 clarinet thru 9,$25.$16. Set 376-2639.golf clubs. '62 CHEVROLETStation

home. Three bedrooms. 1 bath. wagon. 9 passenger,
EXQUISITE BEAUTY ROOMS for rent $8 per week. TURF master riding mower Briggs
As low as $43. per month with 1 KENMORE washing machine S25. automatic transmission radio
;Tills 3 br. 2 bath home. Ocalat $2,000 down or will arrange termsto 502 N. Main St. Heavy duty floor polisher $12. 4 Stratton 4 cyl. engine. $75. Ph. heater, power steering, air

T block. separate cottage and bath suit buyer. Located 643 NE ROOMS for men. plenty of hot water Phone 372-4474 can see at 1742 372-9896. conditioned.

r beautifully landscaped near HiSchool 15th Street. off street parking. P hone N.W. 3rd PI. REAL BARGAINS 1 Lane-Fox show $1995

I <- .- with swimming pool. 37. Hugh Edwards Inc. 3764036. 2-burner Kenmore electric hotplate saddle 3 briddles 30 bundles

i 500. Phone 376-7971 Flintkote asbestos siding & cut '
ROOM FOR MEN STUDENTS. 115 white enamel, new. $20. 62 MERCURYStation

NEAR GAINESVILLEWest. I am interested in buying sever NW 10th St. Private entrance, 10-inch! G.E.. oscillating fan, S4. ter, 1 Rheem elec. 30 gals water wagon, 4 door full
at lots at the right price. Call connecting bath parking FR 2-1137 after 6 p.m. heater. Ph. 466.3111.CHRISTMAS .
3 br. 2 bath large spacious 372-4125. area power, air conditioned. .
family rm 2500 so. ft. liv. maid service & phone. FAITHFUL Frigidaire with full NEAR! $2095
ing space cent. heat. 5 acres. width freezer looking for new ABOVE
43.1 COLORED RENTALS PRIVATE entrance share bath. Start getting your gifts now. We OUR COSTFINANCING
call Mary Moeller downtown location. $40 per mo. home. Call FR 4-1907 after 1:30 have Xmas trees. nativity scenes '61 VOLKS -
I
i Phone 372-0481 for appt to see. P.M. and ceramic gifts. .
STUDENT NOW RENTING Convertible. radio. heater.
ELLA'S CERAMICS
Home filled with established I In COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex 50 Mobile Homes YEM old Hotpoint stove. Call 2145 E. Univ. FR 6-5568 $1095
come Drive past 1602 N. W. 1st apartments large living and FR 60786.GAS .

; Ave. & _CiO Mary Moeller dining area modern kitchen with 2 BR trailer 10' wide on private range. 30" Kenmore with 67 Trading Posts '60 FALCON

fan large storage closets. terraz. lot. Call 376-1502 or 376-5856 luxury features. like new reducedto .2 door sedan sand. transmission .
NEAR 13TH ST.
floors. tile baths. heater
N. W. 18th Ave. 13th St. 1g. zo hot space faclll $88. Phone 376-2636. WILL trade good 14 foot fiberglass runs good. ,
heater
near and water :
lot with br. home busi and 51 Misc. Rentals ; boat for your car, even $495 1 %
3 near ties for washing machines. CLEAN, used refrigerators for sale. trade or boot If warranted. FR
ness. Investment rentalMary paved streets. See at N.E. 26th Phone 372-5002. 2-8111. .,
Ter. or call for appointment 372- LARGE shady lot across street '63 FALCON
Mqeller 5321 or 372-5322. from school l. close to shoppingand I GE electric range. excellent condI- ,1
chu'ih in Waldo. SIS per mo. tion. $25. Pair of water skis $10. 70 Boats-Marina Equip. 2 door sedan. standard trans 5 .
I mission.. radio heater, air
461-15O. Wa Call after 5:30 P.M. 3764472. I
1 Realtor 45 Furnished Apts. 16' Cabin cruiser, plywood, good conditioned. .
PORTABLE machine. Monarch
sewing
condition, 50 h.p. Mercury excel- ;
51-A Wanted
To Rent $1495
3 ROOM duplex.. 19 N. E. 13th St. has attachments for but lent condition. Tilt trailer. Ph. I ;t
1819 W. University FR 6-4471
f. convenient to bus lines. $50 per tonholes, etc. Excellent condit'3n.Forward ; 376-8507 .
after 5.
Member Multiple Listing mo. Phone FR 2-0374. I am an Adventist & would like reverse stitches, lig 50 OLDS

Associates: room I. board in an Adventist zags. Good buy for $30. Call 4 door sedan, steering ,
power
E. W. Moeller Foster Kesler FURNISHED 1 BR apartment at home. Phone 372-8113 for Mr. Lon- 372-9729. 72 Office Equipment
: Dick Durbin Sharon Grant 2126 N.W. 7th St. Phone 3728932.1RVIC gar. power brakes. radio heater, I
i FOUR piece bedroom set $35; din GUARANTEED used electric type- automatic transmission. j

ing table and 4 chairs $15. writers. Sales rental & repairsof $1195

Phone FR 2-5590 all office machines.

98 in. couch $30; draperies, 2 CENTRAL BUSINESS MACHINE. '59 BUICK .
]ES :
SEHome panel,; Phone FR 6-5919. I INC. 4 door, sedan, radio. heater, ;

H ? 66 Misc .For Salt. 901 NW 4th St. Ph. 3725290VOLKSWAGEN automatic $795 transmission.



i NEW Mews English byte-rater '60 BUICK Available on all New & Executive Driven 1964 Ramblers.-

speeds fenders lights and car :
And Bu siness rier. 45. Can be seen at 908 2 door sedan, automatic trans

i SW 7th Ave.KENMORE mission power steering power -
I brakes. 35.000 miles. ONLY FIVE EXECUTIVE DRIVEN

J washer, good condi- $1195
tion $60. Phone FR 6-5743.

i Appraisal ServiceFRED Upholstery ..G. E. automatic washer in excellent '56 BUICK RAMBLERSLEFT

condition. Call FR 2-9/73. MILLER. >. 4 door, hardtop radio. heater,
B. ARNOLD UPHOLSTER 4 WITH AIR CONDITIONING
REALTOR reasonable your turnljjj! ;i WHY PAY 2 PRICES? BROWNriJ air conditioned
prices. Call
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL Experienced. FR 6-9881. Sally. I ON a 1964 model. Select-0-Mat- .. $395
SERVICE N. W 13th Ter. 4248 ic Zig Zag sewing machine. Whenwe 1030 E. Univ.
121. W UNIV AVE. PH. 372-3522 have a repossessed like new '
FR 2-3582 58 LINCOLN
that does all fancy stitches, buttonholes ALL USED CAR PRICES SLASHEDWE
BulldozingSMALL RemodelingDO applique over casting. 4 door hardtop loaded.

I sews, on buttons monograms, '62 BUICK LeSabre. 4 door $795AS

I bull our. loader dump YOU NEED. Florida room.",., etc. Responsible party can assume sedan automatic transmission. MUST
trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. Topsoil tra room more room roof work five payments at $7.80 or power steering power brakes IS SPECIAL MAKE ROOM FOR THE
Phone 372-7846 or maybe a complete new home? pay balance of $35. For information '
For a free estimate call 372-7680 and ask for radio heater air conditioned. 57 PLYMOUTH
& guaranteed Mr. Parker. low miles. .. .. .. ..S239S
LandscapingLANDSCAPE work phone Cart C. 4 door station wagon new 1965 1
RAMBLERS
Waters. 3721049.EXPERIENCED. TWO HORSE trailer, can be seen MELTON MOTORS transmission a real dog.

at Steve's Grocery, Fairbanks. $125
SERVICE CARPENTER"Paint Phone FR 2-3613. 783 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-7571
andrepeir Jobs performed .
Grass-Sod-Garden by
of all kinds.CREVASSE'S MainNurserystock carpenter who loves his trade. 2 MOS. OLD gas stove with grill '
CALL FR 6-4907 $125. Convertible sofa hicle+bed -

Landscape NURSERY Co. like new $65. Phone 372-6848. GAINESVILLEAUTO MELTONMOTORS RIDGWAY'S_ CAN SELL FOR LESS

FR 6-2514 for free estimate. RoofingC. PIANO $100. Sofa bed and rock

I er $35. Desk $7. Misc. baby SALES .
: Repair & Broker clothes & furn. Stroller $10. bathi- i
Appliance Mortgage BECAUSE THEY'RE
L. HARRELL acHe S*. car bed S3. FR 6-4881. 1007 N. Main St. LOCATED

;,Air Conditioning MORTGAGE MONEY' For all your Contractor rooting needs WESTINGHOUSE 2 speed dec. tan, Phone FR 2.6313

5Vt per cent Interest. Terms to and repairs clean. >>in. dlarru, roller stand.
2$ years. call us FR anytime. adjustable tit. Metal utiL table. Northcentral Florida s 703 N. MAIN JUST ACROSS THE TRACKS
67745Sewing
A.1 HANDYMAN SHOP BUY BUILD REFINANCECall 3 tier. elec. cord. FR '-"1S.GE Largest I :

First M conditioning and Appliance push button elec. range. Has Independent Dealer FR 6-7571

repairs. We sell guaranteed Don Byrd Ph. 376-3875 Machine Repair timer and deep welL Paid $ ". .-- WHERE '
washers refrigerators etc.BR Excellent condition. WTO take $99. OVERHEAD IS LOWERSEE
II
4-027. FHA and conventional lowest CALL- E ING Ioo\ACHlhE ER. Gibson 1 ton air cond. not a I
current rates. Terms to 25 VICE CO. 815
W. Unlversitv year old. Just like new sold for
Auto GlastAU1O years. VYIH gladly discuss ,at no Ave. 31'-lC15. We repair all $299. Will take $125. See at (05
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obligation. Cad tomorrow.J. MllkM__ Wary fatty ovarantHd. N.E. lISts Ave. or all FR.2-5047.

-- GLASS'> to ,ouronly bust- 31. N.w. Main KIRKPATRICK.St. P6. FR Realtor 24494 Sewing Alterations SINGER "600" TOUCH AND SEW SALECOMETSMERCURYS OUR BIG SELECTION OF NO MONEY DOWN CARS

lieu. Immediate Installation Newest model 1964 touch and sew,

:'free pickup _ft delivery. Add FRED ARNOLD tully automatic Zig rag slant
ATRIDCW
.beauty 4 value to your car, REALTOR Dressmaking, alterations, and if- needle. AU buUMn deSigns. but-
.MAUlOIK'S-. AUTO GLASS CO. FHA AKO CONVENTIONALLOANS pair. Opal Holder. 27$0 SE 19th. tonholeS. sews on buttons blind

ooe..32J N.W. 6th St. rRU5I._ AV<. Items does everything. Sold for
UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 (
1219 W. FR 24620 over $349 'assume payments of

uto Equipment GLADYS SmIth Realtor. FHA S1&SO. Call Credit Manager, 3727680. -

... and conventional loans. Low TELEVISIONPICTURE .
rates. Terms to 25 vears. .1221 MONTGOMERY WARD upright
ttYDRAUUC JACKS rebuilt 1 W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. rUSE Uepa
SpecUL $t vacuum cleaner with attachments. A Y

exchangee.Jacks.; Repair Factory kits authorUU bar'V4alker F. H. A. a. Conv. loans per Inch plus $la to Install most New $109.95 will sell for $24.95. USED
tubes. I Year CARS
::. Walker Mydrmiiw Jack -;ORDYCEE5m ArES., INC Reconditioned rVs Warranty.from Special Also two butterfly chair, $3.50
".9S. and 24"dla'rco.t
Service, Agenf. Hut t.S BRAKEERVICE THE VARIETY each heavy duty
t $ SUPPLY uu S. ._f26 .W. Univ. ,,-1tJ6 7 S.E. STORE grill on wheels $7. Can be seen

t 2-Main FRSun .1..7 4 TechnicIans with itt Ave.84 at II. N.W. 27th Ter.. phone 3727057. -
.iI yean experience CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY
PlumbingSEWER .
I on all makes.ADVERTISE .
Want AdsL4etResiilts
QUAILS for sale. Live or dressed.
-.;-- INSTALLED Phone 411-2674. 506 E. University .
IN FR 62425516
THESERVICE
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NEW A .used futures complete

plumbing service "BIG" JIM S. Main St. FR 28433't
HUGULEY. .GelnesvUte PlumbInft DIRECTORY. ADVERTISE C* THE: I FR 2-4251

FR MS89. 'SERVICE DIRECTORY


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TUESDAYONE


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R E RG N I BUYS EVERY M D I EX5AINESVILLESUN



e teciai GE STEAM OR DRY FINAL CLEARANCE
'
\\20" SELF-PROPELLED Tues Only'
I IRONS $898
\ Cash and Carry LADIES SWIMWEAR
Wilkinson 57( ... \ \\\\. ROTARY MOWER Famous Labels-Values to 29.00
STAINLESS STEEL ] CLOSEOUT ON ALL FANS $QOO
RAZOR BLADES List 79c Reg. 69.88 $200 .
TO
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I \ Tuesday Only from 595 UP

ALCOHOL LADIES SUMMER

RUBBING COMPOUND 9c cii.t.i' \$5400 1 RACK MONO OR STEREO SPORTS WEAR ,
49c Value '
: Records $1 Famous Names Values To 13.00

Take Each $ 100 $EOO
Hair Rollers CA 30 Days TO
BRUSH & MAGNETICALL 37c or Special To Students!
SIZES List$1.OO per MonthsTo Children's.Summer Sport&Swim Wear
j. : t Pay
USED REFRIGERATORS Broken Sizes-One Half Price
PLUS TAX WHERE APPLICABLE
,:. REMEMBER: We Discount Every Item Every Day FROM $lfi UP HURRY THEY'RE I ALL SALES FINAL I
GOING FAST
-rr',' .f'.. '1 ,1 .d e' 5'.. 1 fre x
1 B-L CHARGE or CENfRAL CHARGE
WATCH FOR OUR BIG REPEAT
NOW OPEN SUNDAYSOPEN
NIGHTS 'TIL( 9 P.M. WILD WEST PROMOTION
We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities

SUPER D DISCOUNT '1tV.T.GRAN"T: CO. The VARIETY STORE
*
CENTER "THE STORE WITH MORE"
9 West University Downtown Gainesville Shopping Center-Open 'Til 9 7 S.E. 1st Ave. "On the Square" FR 6-5348 GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTERSEARS



END OF SEASONCLEARANCE SAVE 63
I drive in for a -


PHOTO real taste thrill! KOEBUCK AND CQ TIER and

/ VALANCESETS
uu1v NOW IN PROGRESS
FRAMES WHOLE I
'

BARBECUED ,: h Regular 1.29
To 20% DISCOUNT
M l>r
$1668x10 t- CHICKEN
MEn s JOHNSON v.Ta

and 11x14" in ,,, ,
a; ': Many styles end
filigree metal frames: 1.19 each OUTBOARD MOTORSBAIRD'S :; colors in 36-in.s .
lengths. They'reterrific
Reg. 1.98 5x7" double metal ti ; ::' at this low
,.
frame also an .8x10"wood i ; price You're sure
to find the
just
to $2.88 frame. > G w ,t right curtain for
w s window
every
".e ?
MARINE :limited!

CHARGE IT on Sears Revolving Charge
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back
CENTRAL PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER I 601 S. MAIN ST. Shop at Sears SEARS 14 South Main
and Save phone 372-846 J,
"PLENTY OF FREE PARKING"ILLS 1625 N.W. 13th Street-372-7141 PLENTY OF FREE PARKING STORE HOURS Tues.,. Wed., Thurs., Sat. 1 .m. to $:::50 p.m.
Mon. FrI. > a.m. to p.m.


CLOSE OUT! TUESDAY SPECIAL NEW 1964 Automatic Zig Zag

SUPER DISCOUNT

19 S.W.MEN'S 1st AVE.TOP QUALITY ALL REMAINING. (ORTHO))

SPORT SHIRTS S
AIR HouseholdSPRAY

All Name Brands-Van Heu- a ep ,.
sen, McGregor, Manhattanand -
Arrow. BOMBInstant
r
M CONDITIONERSAND Y 4e

Reg.4.95 $ ')00 Death To Flies Skeeters

3 LIMIT FANS Roaches Ants Other Pests
GR t iAT1G

Reg. 98< .,.., ., _

r DRESS 'SLACKSWERE Boys' CUT TO COST Tues. Only 79c III : _____

$2.95 TO $5.95
PREPARE YOUR FLOWER & BULB BEDS NOW 0 S1 nt
$149 HURRY-ONE DAY ONLY ANNUAL PLANTS ARRIVING THIS WEEK. J
$119 AND Selection Will Be Bigger & Better Than Ever. 1=3
Reg.
ITAUS\ $119.00
PRICES GOOD THRU SAT. WHEELERWESTERN As Shown
WE CARRY A FINE SELECTION JOHNSON & PARIS WE SELL,WHAT WE ADVERTISE
WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL
LADIES $O $1 AUTO
& O 224 N.W. 8th Are. Phone 372-0476 MIKELL'S SEWING MACH.SERV.
DRESSES 108 S. MAIN ST. 21456FOR
Central Charge Free
Parking 815 W. UNIV. AVE. 3761075HB
H| BM BBHMMM| |P fHMMfB MHMBfJfHHHHHMH

!,: DINE AT THE SIGN OF THE BETTER LAWNS & GARDENS
1l GRACIOUS HOST CHLORODANE DUST FACIAL TISSUES 19* DISCOUNT LIQ.UO'RS'White

:_ TUESDAY'S COMPLETE LUNCHEON
rzr-- COUPON fr'*'::=j=it
df t & Horse SCOTCH 4.98
Old Fashioned 5 Lb. Bag59C 40c VALUE C

and SLICED BISCUIT CHICKEN 6 7 C PAPER TOWELS 1! Sea STrf
7 Crown 3.88
Tossed Hot Buttered Green Leaf,Saladr8H Spinach 2 Rolls *J P ,< t i grams 5TH

Iced : or COMPLETEYour COUPON 7 f

Second Cup of Coffee or DISCOUNT PRICE ... I II Early Timesl885TH
Iced Tea Is Always Free 666FERTILIZER I
VM S COUPON AL 5W
Lunch; 1130 I a.m.to 2:05 P.m. ) Lunch& Dinner Specials Bacardi RUM3.
39e VALUE .
Dinner 4:30.p.m.to 8:05 p.m. Served Every Day .,
100 LB. BAG PACKAGE OF 250-WHITE 5TH

TUESDAY NIGHT SPECIALSVIENNA'S PAPER, NAPKINS. t
$2.70VISIT PRICES GOODTOMORROW
FAMOUS
CORNED BEEF'& NEW CABBAGE .S9 C COUPON
25
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GRILLED LIVER and DISCOUNT PRICE ... ONLY
SAUTE ONIONS.............. 49c OUR GARDEN CENTER ,
PWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW 1
The Kilgore Seed Company ,
> -p of Asgrow Seed Company e
UiviSion LIGGETT DRUG
CAFETERIAGAINESVILLE V .

,qT 1901 SW
SHOPPING CENTERAIR NOW AAAIN
AT
CONDITIONED FREE PARKING 1028 N. ST. 13th STREET
FREE IANQUET FACILITIES 135 NW 16th AVE. ,FR 6-6489 GAINESVILLE :SHOPPING: CENTER PHONE 2-<


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