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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Augustine and Jacksonville witha

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and tide. .

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Dora passed approximately -
20 miles north of

Light Gainesville about 10 a.m. today
after heading inland earlier this

morning.At .
noon the storm was centered 4w4 r'v.
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By
southwest of
about 12 miles v ass
Hurricane Dora rolled inland today from the devastated o' {fa .aA
westat
Lake City and was moving
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j, east coast, but her lessening fury brought only moderate about 8 to 10 m.p.h Earlier, :
winds, rain and damage to Alachua County. it passed through the Lawtey, i ic

Dora, which rolled into the coast at St. Augustine as a Raiford and Lake Butler areas.

monster storm packing 100 m.p.h. winds, delivered only one
48 mph. gust in Gainesville by mid-moining. whistling westward toward
Florida's panhandle and north-
By that time, the storm had wandered across the state to ward and up the Atlantic coastto :

Lake Butler, 20 miles north of Gainesville. The hurricane'seye South Carolina.Brunswick #

was greatly diminished, to about five miles in size, Ga., a resort city
and winds had lost their hurricane force. about 100 miles north of St. Au-

gustine, suffered its worst stormin
Hurricane watchers cautiously predicted the storm might be

breaking up, but warned residents to be alert and not relax 20 years from a five-foot tide -_____'_._.... uu______ ___________ __
and gusts that shattered win-
t until the all clear is given.
dows, ripped roofs and toppled Blaze Levels TavernA
From three to four inches of rain fell by mid-morning, not trees at 85 miles an hour.

enough to cause serious flooding. Unofficial so far in estimates the tens put of dam-mil- Wednesday night fire, whipped by the gusts of ,Hu rricane Dora, destroyed the Tacoma Bar north of Gainesville

Nearly 2,000 persons sought shelter from the threateningstorm lions.age on, U. S. 441. The blaze of undetermined origin, reportedly began with "a noise as if something burst." \

early today most of them evacuees from' frame residence In the hurricane's path were Alachua County sheriff's deputy Fred Duke watches the fire roar out of control. (Sun photo'by Eddie Davis) ,\

1' buildings at the University of'Florida.Pete : southern Georgia, numerous cities -
I Bethel civil defense director, said Dora caused minor along the northeast Gulf SCHOOLS CLOSE DOWN
Bryant
I to moderate damage in this area. Damage was lessened, he coast. of Florida and all that .
said because residents and businessmen tied down and lay between, including Florida's

made ready for the storm. capital of Tallahassee."I've .
I In Gainesville, 600 to 800 trouble calls were made to the lived in Jacksonville all SeeksTALLAHASSEE Shorter .Christmas Holidays

City Utilities Operations Center during the night and morn- my life and my dad lived here I
ing, as power lines were torn down by falling trees. Trees all his life, and this is the worst (AP) Gov. j
also blocked streets and roads here and there in ,the city storm either of us ever saw," Farris Bryant was given emer- Loom As Reminder of DoraAlachua I

and county. said contractor Francis P. gency powers by the State Cabi-
Alachua County went on full-scale emergency alert when L'Engle. net today to act singlehandedlyin

the monster storm moved inland at midnight, slamming into Water flowed hip deep in the the Hurricane Dora disaster, County school children morning when Dora stood Manning said Dora's .erratic

St. Augustine with flood"tides and 100-m.p.h. winds. ancient Slave Market Square in and he said he was asking the probably will have a shorter poised off the Florida East behavior will not make any J
t At the University of Florida, 530 student apartments in Fla- the heart of picturesque St. Au- federal government to declare Christmas holiday period this Coast, and again today whenit further announcement possible

vet villages were evacuated. Students, wives and children gustine, the nation's oldest city the Jacksonville St. Augustine year as a result of Wednesdayand began grinding across north- before 5 p.m. today and prob-
from Flavets I and III were moved to Florida Gym. Fami- and the home of 15,000 persons. section of the state a disaster Thursday Hurricane .Dora east Florida. ably not before 6 a.m. Friday.
lies from Flavet II and students from temporary frame hallsC Giant old oaks that have "holidays." Whether schools will remain Manning said an announcementwill I'

and D were moved into Florida Union. In all, nearly 1,500 weathered tempests through the area.Meanwhile, a team of 17 flori- Supt. E. D. Manning Jr. call closed Friday will depend on be broadcast over the radio -

J students were evacuated to safer quarters.See centuries were uprooted. Most da Conservation Dept. agentswas ed off school early Wednesday possible further danger.. stations as has been done
( DAMAGE Page 2)) streets were inundated. Power reported to be moving into the last two days.
was out. the Gainesville area to assist
In Jacksonville a city of with Hurricane Dora rescue Manning said his main con- :

250,000 with a modern, gleaming and cleanup work. Four 'Girls'Hurricane cern ride is buses.for children who haveto
skyline} homes were unroofed, The conservation department Angry

New City Budget streets flooded, power lines, dispatched more than 70 agents "About half of our school
poles and trees tossed to the into northeast Florida with out- children are transported by
ground in a tangle. board patrol boats and rescue Dora-Smashed inland at the St. Augustine- buses, and I didn't want to
Hike Where tides did. not reachto equipment.The Jacksonville Beach, Fla., area with peak winds of 115 m.p.h. take any chances with buses
May Mean 2-Mill damage buildings, torrential State Cabinet met with after lashing the cities for hours. Gales extended north as getting stranded on roads

rains lashed by the shrieking, the governor this morning to far as South Carolina. while the storm was blowing," I
I moaning winds did. Hundreds of the chief executive carte the superintendent said.
give Hurricane Ethel-Headed for the same path that Dora r
By JEAN CARVERSun budget, 4145750. Expendituresare homes had wind-driven rain on blanche with state resources took toward Florida from the mid-Atlantic. With peak windsof Schools are required to be

Staff Writer identical. their floors. and emergency'funds to protect 90 m.p.h., Ethel churned about 300 miles south of Bermudaon open 180 days during the I
City Commissioners hinted in WATER FUND Revenue, Shortly after daybreak, Dora residents in the hurricane's a generally westerly course. school year, Manning said. This
miles
their first review of the proposed ; 1964 65 estimate, $1,032,835; was centered about 30 path. year the 180th day falls on a
$9.8 million city budget Wed- 1963-64 budget, 960605. Expenditures southwest of downtown Jackson- Bryant said that the state civil Tropical Storm Florence Whipped off the eastern tip Thursday, so it's also possible .
ville, moving erratically towardthe of Africa with 50 m.p.h. winds on a northerly track that that'
nesday night the new budget are identical. defense director was preparinga one extra day could be
( mill west of west-northwest at menaced no land immediately. made at the end of
may require a two The difference between the telegram which would be up the
tax increase. proposed new budget and last seven miles an hour. advised sent to President 'Johnson laterin Typhoon Sally Raked the northern Philippines and south year.Most

The budget as proposed to year's $8.9 million budget is an The Weather Bureau to the day asking the Presidentto Formosa. Highest winds reported at 200 m.p.h. No immediate problems in getting the

the commission by City Man- increase of $903,118.Commissioners that more battering was declare locations damagedby damage or casualties reported. news to the public were avoid-
ager Bill Green calls for an 11- come. Dora as major disaster ed Tuesday when principals '
studied the Rains of 10 to 15 inches were
with mill designated told their classes to
'mill tax levy, one eU c c. tune into
outline of
general governmentfund of northern
predicted for the rest
of their
to cover the cost radio stations early the
interest on the $6 million cap- night's revenue session.at No Wednesday more Florida and southeastern flooding in MOTELS SWELL TO CAPACITY next morning to find out
Georgia producing
ital improvements bond issue. whether schools would be
budget studies were scheduled se-
rivers and streams some
For several years, city mill- until next week.In closed.
has been maintained at a vere. Becomes Camp "Apparently everyone got the
age Refugee
this is flew as City
10-mill level. summary, the pro Hurricane warnings word because I didn't hear of
During the budget review posed general government rev far as Charleston, S.C., with any students showing up for

the first of several before the enue fund: gale warnings up to the Myrtle Gulf By GRACE KNIGHT and Jacksonville began ,arriv- Edgar Carnell-Sara, managerof classes. Wednesday," .Manning
Beach S.C. and
r final recommendation is con- GENERAL PROPERTY TAX along Sarasotato Gainesville was a safe haven ing three days ago, and others the Hotel Thomas, said that said.Charles
e the commission in This year $1,132,400 was collected coast of Florida from turned Local E. Henderson, prin-
sidered by for hundreds of families from had to be away. the 100-room hotel was com-
session- Mayor How- in property taxes The Apalachicola."We the Flavet cipal of P.K. Yonge Laboratory -
from
formal think will the east coast of Florida when evacuees are, pletely full. Evacuees came
the storm go
ard McKinney and Commissioner new budget recommendation by the center of Geor- they fled from their homes Village at the University of from Daytona Beach and Mac- School said a few students
Richards asked for the city is $1,191,100.GAS up through arrived for classes Wednesday
James manager the endangered by hurricane Dora. Florida. clenny. One Gainesville guest
gia, said forecaster at
a
more detailed itemization on FRANCHISE TAX National Hurricane Center in Motels and hotels in Gaines- "Most guests are glued to who lives alone moved to the morning, "but it was less thai

each fund. $23,000 this year; $29,003 rec Miami. "That would take someof ville were completely filled on the TV and radio, followingthe hotel for the duration of the home.ten and" we sent them back
hinted that they felt ommended. and and of the hurricane.
Both Tuesday Wednesday, news storm.
the steam out of it.
the city manager's one mill increase CIGARET EXCISE TAX When Dora's calm finally many families had to be turn- They arrived suddenly: and no Members of the Project the Classes went on as, usual at
recommendation was this eye ed away. doubt when the news is good, Cause training totalling University of Florida Wednesday -
$312,000 year; $300,000 rec pressed ashore, St. Augustineand group there
conservative.This ommended. Jacksonville Beach already Managers tried to help find they will leave suddenly" 51 are living in the Hotel being no transportation -
is the breakdown of UTILITY T A X $300,000 had been hammered by hurri- rooms for tourists and evacueesby Safier said. Thomas, so that cut down the problems involved.
proposed budget which totals phoning other motels, but At the Howard Johnson Motor However early this morning
the year; $255,000 recommended., cane-force winds, slashing rain number of rooms we could Vice President
$9,811,889: CABLEVISION FRANCHISE and huge waves for more than all too often there was only the Lodge, only three rooms were offer evacuees. But a few Harry Philpo'ttannounced
all classes
GENERAL FUND Rev- TAX $900 this year; 12 hours. answer of "no more room." not occupied out of a total of rooms which had been closed suspend-
enue 1964-65 estimate, $3,492- $1,000 recommended. This morning, the hurricane'stide Calls kept coming from a 50. "I 'was sorry to have to for the summer because they personnel ec and only essential staff
203 1963-64 budget $3,405,130. distance from people seeking refuse the telephone company lacked air were required to re-
; BUILDING PERMIT $25- pushed the waters of the St. conditioning, were port for work.Principal .
Expenditures are identical. reservations as the hurricane when they called last night to accommodate
000 this year; $27,000 recom- Johns River over its banks intoa opened up Joseph T. Hudsonof
AND INTEREST advanced northward the for nine single rooms
BOND mended. residential area in the middleof near asking guests. People were willing to
Gainesville
School
High
1964-65 estimate, Florida coast Other for their workers" said E. II. re-
Revenue, ELECTRICAL AND PLUMB- Jacksonville. people forego air cooling in the emer- ported that a few teachers
-_'$329.390; i963"64 budget. $53- ING PERMITS $16.000) this. National Guard trucks were simple drove up in their cars Chick night manager. gency" said Carnell-Sara. went to School Wednesday "to
":825": Expenditures are identi- trying to find a room to wait "Five couples came in 'after
cat year; $24,000 recommended.DOG dispatched to the area to remove out the storm. midnight, evacuees from the All hotel employes reportedfor catch up on their paper work."
this
SANITARY SEWER FUND LICENSES $7,000 residents. Rube Safier manager of the Flavet Village at the Universityof work and normal servicein What did students do with
estimate year; same recommended. St. Augustine's water supplywas able to the dining' room was pro- their unexpected holiday? One
Revenue 1964-65 University Inn said that the Florida. We were
LICENSES
$369,461; 1963-64 budget, $343- OCCUPATIONAL low, causing a critical Inn was completely full, and set up baby cribs and rollaway ceeding. A few leaks in the Westwqotf. 'Junior High School
$82,000 this year; $00,000 problem at shelters housing student Richard Martin
roof appeared to be the only ,; son
661. Expenditures are identical. has been for several days. beds for their children, so
recommended.See evacuees. The storm shut down Mr.
of and Mrs.
ELECTRIC FUND106465 Families evacuated from Day- families could be together in storm damage, he said. Charlie A.
estimate, $4,588,000; 1963-64 ( BUDGET, Page 2)) (See DORA, Page 2)) tona Beach, Ormond Beach, one room." (See MOTELS, on Page 2)) Martin;;, said, "I went fishing." I

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2 Gainesville Sun Thursday, September 1C, .1964. .' : :: \
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Code Action More About More About FBI ,For
Asks
I Housing .>. LBJ

Damage Here BudgetFrom



i Postponed 'Indefinitely -. From Page- 1 Page 1 Reports- on Race Ills .


h Bethel said 14 shelters were officials said. POLICE DEPT. $118O 00 President Johnson's announcement -
By JEAN CARVER "We're about to pass an ordi- "I want to go on record as activated during the night in The Tacoma Bar, on U.S. 441 this year; $130,000 recommend j( Krro flnrk Simrn!: | kept alive a topic

II Sun Staff Writer nance when we don't know trying to find a way we canwo'rk Alachua County. In all about I about 8 miles south of here, was WASHINGTON President -one with explosive political

:-Action on the proposed housing -what the facts are," Richardson this out together," Rich- 246 persons sought refuge In gutted by a blaze at 1:15 p.m. ed.REFUSE COLLECTION$300,000 Johnson has ordered the FBI implications-with which! he has

'code was "indefinitely post- charged. "I've tried to ham- ardson explained. "Bu you Gainesville. Wednesday. Camille DeShaise!- this year; $320,000 re- to compile its scores of reportson been concerned before.

-poned" by an arguing City Com- mer at this (lack of facts) and have four votes and can pass Shelters in Gainesville were co-owner of the tavern, told ccKimended. recent civil disturbances so

Wednesday.. point this out for some time it without mine." the ,National Guard armory, firemen the fire began after hewas CEMETERY $12,000 this he can determine whether they At a news conference en July

S The decision to n\ake no decision -now You take figures like we I Although he was the chief Moose Lodge building, Lincoln' startled by "a sound as if year; same recommended. have any common pattern. 24, he said "extremists ele-

:: came after nearly two have gotten here to any corpor- supporter of the proposed codeat High School, Gainesville High something was bursting." ELECTRIC, UTILITY The President told a news ments" had been involved in racial -
-hours of debate in late after- ation board in America and disorders in New York.
a Wednesday's meeting, Commissioner School and Salvation Army. Moore's Trailer Court, 2330 E. TRANSFER $820,730 this of '
.
r "noon. special session. Tuesday you'd have. some people with- Alan Sutherland said Elsewhere, the Hawthorne University Ave., was damaged year; $832,000 recommended. FBI conference' he"on wants the a digest various He pointed out then that "at the
night, commissioners spent t, out jobs." he was not ready to vote. Commissioners fire reports appropriate tune I think their
slightly
\ School; the High Springs school by a apparently UTILITY OPERATIC EXPENSE that we have encountered "
four hours discussing the proposed He accused the commissionof agreed to delay action -Baptist church and American caused by a short circuit in $46,260 this year; problems in cities and states that identity will be. made'known.

code.Wednesday's. considering recommended the codewhich the and Mayor Howard McKinney Legion post; the Newberry rain-soaked wiring, firemen re $53,473 recommended. could involve a violation of fed- The President made ho direct -
-" meeting saw was to com- said "n' rtiC'Ulartime"
ported. ALACHUA COUNTY C 0 N-
school, and the Waldo school of
eral laws. reference to
:commissioners reach an imnasse -mission by the City Plan Boardin was designated for reconsideration charges
and Baptist church also opened Dora hit .St. Augustine at 1a.m. TRIBUTION $55,000 this i his Republican opposition that

after the discussion snagged backwards fashion. _u.n un.I .. their doors to evacuees. .. passed Picolata on the St. year; $25,000 recommended. Such a pattern has been sug- ..IA. ie. "ionnrincr".. vir. > n'o... .in.. tho......
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{ : on the reliability of statistics "This city has been 'ru11 too Sutherland cited of Johns ( last contribution gested elsewhere. 0:: Aug. .b" 'b '
a survey Wind gusts blew down trees, River 15 miles north of ($30,000 of year's streets. But his statement seem
J used in presenting the argu- long by the seat of its pants I 72! rental structures near the lines Patlatka at 3 a.m. moved was for Citizens Field de 16 Roy Wilkins, executive secretary ed to be in to
breaking
throughthe answer
part
power an :
.ment for the need for a code; without facts, Richardson -University of Florida conducted through Green Cove Springs and velopment.) of the NAACP, requested -
Power failed
city. early last those charges, and also a"warn-
said. "And we're to
of going
'whether or not University Robert
General
by the County Health Department in of the Northwest Penney Farms, crossed north GENERAL GOVERNMENT Attorney further disorders.
night part ing against
Florida students are forced to do this backwards again.? and the UF Olc-Cam-[ SURPLUS Kennedy to instigate an FBI:
and in most of the city west of of E Starke and was in the Lake Nothing this year;
live in poor quality rental He said that while he would pus Housing Department. Of the about 23rd Street at midnight. Butler vicinity at mid-morning. $30,000 recommended. inquiry. He based his requeston I Johnson announced that he is

I units; and a definition of the vote against the code "in its 72 structures, 20 were rated unfit When failed at midnight This is the path plotted by the AIRPORT-$12,000 this year; what he called a "wide I going ,next week to the, Pacific

.goals and accomplishments of present form "if you will modify for human occupancy. a power transformer in the weather radar tower at the University -same recommended. spread suspicion that they (civil Northwest to commemorate-with
,the proposed code. it so I can find out the facts PARKING disturbances) have been plan-
He argued that the code northwest lighted the storm sky of Florida College of METERS-$52,000 Canadian Prime Minister Les-
Strongest objections came and ease into this and review it'should define "some minimumtandard" like flashes of lightning.Bob I Engineering. M. H. LaTour reported -this year; $50,000 recommend ned and that persons have been ter B. Pearson the'"successful"
from Commissioner James Ri- at the end of the year, I would the paid to start them and keep Ri-
J I'st setting forth what is Roundtree, assistant utilIties path. ed.LIBRARY conclusion of the ColuLvtya
chardson. be for it. "
I fit for human occupanc: director, said the city "has I Keith Butson, UF climatolo- $71,840 this them going. ver treaty, which lias Broad

Sutherland said he would come through in really d gist, said a calm condition was year; $77,000 recommended. The President turned asidequestions implications for that sectionof

More agree to amend the code io specify shape." goo reported early in the morningat RECREATION DEPT. REV- _h_:_.'__:_ auneu_: :__A ai_e. uciciuiuuug................:..:..19 the nation.

AboutMotels rental property to satisfy Waldo. This may have been ENUE- $2,000 this year; $11- whether any of the report
He said feed-
no major
power
Dora's wandering A radar 500 recommended. The President said he was"pleased"
eye.
have
who
people protested have shoNn common
might any
affected and
rlines were none
with the
OTHER C1.J'slerUnited -
station
spokesman said they REVENUE$12.000this
about invasion of their homesto .
the commission.He of the large industrial areas or could not confirm or refute year; $10,130 J ecomnended. -pattern.In Auto Workers agree

: From Page 1 noted that 70 to 80 Alachua General Hospital suffered -whether the eye passed over response to w d.s' statement ment. He said he would- haveno
percent power failure. Waldo. During the budget review Whitney M. Young Jr., comment on the terror, since
of the in
unfit
B. Clark, manager of the I II from the Flavet Village." Gainesville is rental housing Every available man and. Bethel in pointing out areas Richardson questioned the budget -executive director of the. national he had not seen them. But

I'I'J.! I Motel, said that their Playing in the open air ard Planning Director David property.God- truck from the utilities depart for praise, mentioned ham radio procedure, noting that he urban league, said on Aug. thee added that he was "gra

rooms had been completely in the pool was popular with I ment worked through the night: operators who maintains felt the commission should bear 20 that it was the consensus_ of tified". by statements of both!
J I -__t_-, __ "'._ ..I .. ....A _____ ..L_ _LU..I___ __ chalk supported? Sutherland'sargument and remained on the lob todav.. ------_.. ----.-----.. -. he responsibility of deciding the civil rights leaders that sides that the settlement will
Occupied un .L utiUCll: QU\I many 01 me cnuuren on with an explanation ciiiciciicy; ; t: : cumiiiumcai ion s major
I .Wednesday nights. Evacuees Wednesday, but in the rain that because of the student rentals -to Crews handle trouble worked spots.through the during the hurricane threat. budget needs as the poac '-mak_ "there has been a pattern" to "mean more jobs, and "that twill I

from the islands near St. Au- today they amused themselves Gainesville has a unique for the Road Department ing body. the disorders. be non-inflationary.-
night County ; -- -- ------------
gustine arrived yesterday, and with balls and in the liv-
toys housing market. He said that and the State Road Dora Forces
I ...those from Daytona Beach ing room. Playing cards was more than 50 per cent of the maintenance divi-
,came on Tuesday. After 6 p.m. Department rgttnz.m.vr.
t a. pastime for their elders, city's housing is rental property School Board ittlc FolKS by .e
:it was necessary to turn people sion.Roy
i and most of the housing is
1 I away. while waiting for news that it Miller, county engineer,
would be leave. old. said four-trucks and
to safe to crews were
"Guests usually come Meet
,i (. -Gainesville because of the University "There's a little fellow in a Richardson pooh poohe on duty all night, and the rest DelayToday's A RgI.ASAcTEg..HERgSWHIC BI& SANDWICH
said rain hat and coat splashing 5 n "this implication that all of his 60-man work force was DID SOME CHOPPING AT
or the hospital" scheduled meet i YOU HAS THE
s Clark. "We have some fam- the pool quite happily fight these students and people are standing by. I ng BETTERMANNERS
of the School Board
:lilies, in the motel while now" Clark said, as another chained to this housing." Five state road department was postponed -
staying until next
I drenched the don't have to the worked i Tuesday.; c -
for to downpour area. "They go crews through the night,
wait apartments
they E.D. Jr. said
.
.. in Gainesville, The Florida Motel was also University of Florida," the mostly clearing fallen trees and Supt. Manning
be completed
be
this bids will
morning -
students evacuated completely filled. "Evacuees Business professor explained. debris from major highways. opened
and some
advertised but
: from the East Coast, and some "There are thousands of educational -Ten trucks and crews were as today, no
action will be taken until nextweek's
Gainesville people who live in I. institutions. They can go ready for work.

j More' About trailer courts kept coming i in to South Florida or Ocal a The road departments reported meeting.The '
said 1 he'
a steady stream" said Mrs. Junior College." scores of trees fallen across superintendent "I
Mary Stallings, owner. "There He pointed out he flt student -roads. hoped school will resume Fri- 1

Dora were also some autumn tourist housing conditions are a Miller said roads will be reopened day, but road conditions may

: who were trying to avoid the matter of economics,. claimingthat as fast as. possible. In determine the advisability of SWIFT'S PREMIUM FRESH SLICED FRESH LEAN

storm.; a number of widows who some cases, he said, power lines running the county's bus fleet., WESTERN BEEF BEEF GROUNDBEEF

Hil-Top Motor Court was filled -' provide student housing are were carried down and must be CHUCKROAST LIVER

From Page 1 last night with about SOp "honest, good and .aren't im repaired before trees can be re-

.( pumps used by the water utility. e 0 pIe, including evacuees moral" in providing the type of moved.A ::11 I Gainesville Sun I $100
It "My big problem is deciding from".Jacksonville and Waldo housing they do.Commissioner. surprisingly small number LB. 29 3 LBS.

whether to let these people out "We nave a few student fam' Byron Win I n of traffic accidents were re-' Published evenings except LB. 470

if of shelters," said Civil Defense ilies from the Flavet Village, took issue with Richardson, noting ported. Most were minor colli- Saturday. and Sunday mornings -

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t no water pressure in the shel- house, proprietor. have a housing "market place" in Waldo when a rain- 2nd Place Gainesville Florid. 1" RIB PORK STEW :
i ters. We can't flush the toilets Manor Motel has been completely without an adequate supply of' blinded motorist struck a Sea- and entered as second class '

An estimated 50,000 persons] filled for several days,'housing. I' board Airline Railroad train. matter at the Post Otfice a: ROAST CHOPS ,
Gainesville! Florida.CIRCULATION .
1. fled the northeast Florida coastline and many people have been Commissioner Ed! Turlingto i Driver of the car, Thomas J. LB. 69

( as Dora approached turned away. I said he had been embarrassed Darus Jr., suffered minor injur- RATES BY LB. 69 LB. 39
"Wednesday. Other thousands! "Most of our guests ire on occasions when he visited ies in the accident and wasn't CARRIER OR MAIL

F -left their homes for higher; staying for several weeks, students at their apartmentswhen hospitalized. Sheriff's deputies I 3 1 Mos.Week$5.8.45

:ground in Georgia and South while they are looking for their parents came from said Darus failed to observe the

p I Carolina. I houses to rent in Gainesville"said out of town."I train skidding 43 feet before be All paid mail in advance.subscriptions must SWIFT'S PREMIUM HEAVY MATURE BEEF

I Dora was a nightmare at Robert Evans, manager. don't think anyone think striking the lead engine. None Member of Audit Bureau of CSIRLOIN 2

} _Jacksonville Beach, 35 miles to "We were able to take in a we will have 100 per cent of aboard the train were injured.A Circulation.All ROUND 79
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I :force winds and crashing from the Flavet Village, standard housing but it destroyed a U.S. 441 tavern, .Reproduction Publishing Company.In whole or(c)In 1964.partIs LB.
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j' WASHINGTON A cautiously -
optimistic report on the political I t
and military situation
.. in South Viet Nam was submitted _
yesterday to President fl I 1
f- Johnson and congress 1 o n al r i v
leaders_by Maxwell D. Tay 0ItY
lor, United States amoassador iL
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Taylor first gave hie, reportto i I
the morning President conference at a 7 attended >minute -- : OISC OUK1 ,. !i A IHOUSEWA

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principal policy-makers. Th e nf : \ [ \
jie,returned to the White House : 11\11111 IIIIIII 111111'' I 1illllliIll 1\
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I f Senate suggestion and, to House repeat leaders it for of : IT'S LIKE A TREASURE HUNT! HUNDREDS OF ITEMS! SOME DECORATIVE (COLORFUL :


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the war against tfe! Com
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recent political crisis. I
Taylor,himself said,at a news ",'"
conference in the White Howe! = ,l 1 :
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I THE SUN'S POLICY ,
) .. WASHINGTON Whether it's called a "backlash" or a ic
1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. "frontlash," there's a protest vote coming in both parties I.
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I I j.j ..... 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in- ditorials. in the presidential election. It could mean a "crossover"on I

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No public-opinion poll can measure ahead of time the ex- ;
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To A : tent of this vote-a future state of mind on'election day.
I : k For it is in the main silent at this time and most oftenis
Viet Nam's Political Problem S listed under the heading of "undecided." Yet it probably

constitutes today a percentage big enough to swing the

r The kaleidoscopic changes at the After initial rioting, Buddhists and '1 election either way. S
SoldierAt
: WHAT IS OF the utmost political significance is just
top of the government of South VietNam Catholics
now seem disposed to favor where the "cross-over" vote already appears likely to be

I raise the question whether there order. They have begun to negotiate consequential. New York State, for instance-which went '

j .::*_really is any functioning. government with the government and with a time when the Ku Democratic in the 1960 presidential election-is carried by
at all. Some observers were the Democrats whenever the majority in New York Cityis
answering this question "no" even each other for a regime which will Klux Klan type hoodlums are big enough to offset the Republican majorities in the rest
-S protect both. so gruesomely in news in several of the state. When something happens, however reducethe
before the accelerated round of
of the Southern states Democratic vote in New York City, it means a Republican =
"* changes began with Gen. Nguyen and are so cynically protest- victory for the presidential candidate in the over-all
"constitution" Aug. 16. The top government leaders, their ,''
Khanh's new ing "Americanism"and vote of the Empire State. .. !.L
though they have been going in and damning all foreigners, The same rule applies wun

There is an army. Sometimes there out of "office" like yo-yos, have at Jews, Roman Catholics, and THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST respect to most of,the big cities -
immigrants, it is pleasant to in other states.', What
,
-- is national premier and a cabinet least not been shooting
a or jailing one
: have a letter from Admiral happens In them Could affect
\ ..-though not always lately! There another. They, or some of them, may Hyman G. Rickover. particularly the -electo r a 1

::, are provincial governors, mayors, yet learn to work together. The first sea trials of the votes of Illinois Michi g an,

-" village headmen. USS Von Steuben, the na- In Warrior's Garb Ohio, New Jersey,. Missouri,

,-_ Henry Cabot Lodge PresidentJohnson's tion's 27th Polaris nuclear sub- and Pennsylvania, and these
f marine have been together with New York, con-
But for a long time, there has beenno special emissary; to explainU. pleted., now com @ NruJnrk WlmtB "keep labor in its place." :striding ahead of a battalionof stitute a bloc of 174 votes in

really effective civilian chain of S. Viet Nam policy to America's By JAMES RESTON HST "Gave 'em hell" then, Secret Service fullbacks, he the electoral college. Since

S command, and the military chain of allies, puts it this way: THE ADMIRAL is, among DETROIT -This week's but LBJ has turned it around. is an elemental and awesome there are at least 96 electoral

command has been shaky from timeto other things, a fine historian. Labor Day rally in Detroit illustrates 'He's now giving them heaven.In figure.On votes in the Soyth, South

time. There are large areas of the "Viet Nam is fundamentally a political I am a fellow who prefers to the changes in American the Great Society which the platform, he is obviously west and Middle West which

country-most of the South, most of problem. We are trying to estab. do his own chores. But when life and the changing Johnson's Boswells are now the head man, and the Republican candidate,
have a historian like Ad- when he is at his shouting- with the protest te behind
you themes of the Democratic Par proclaiming, Henry Ford and
of
with Cambodia, part lish stable
the border a government there. If
miral Rickover best with his wavinglike him, might carry.this could
why not let Walter Reuther are going to arms
the border with Laos, and sizable you can cure instability you can cure him say his own thoughts ty.When Harry Truman openedhis be buddies, the Republicanlions helicopter, he not only furnish the 270 total needed" to

strips and spots elsewherewherethe war I never expect quick re about the Von Steuben, and campaign in Cadillac are going to lie down commands but almost stuns win the election.

rebel Viet Cong comes closer to suIts. It took Britain 12 4 years jn the man for whom she is :Square 16 years ago, he was with the Democratic lambs, his audience. votersdo
PROTESTING
being the effective government than Malaya" named: sore at the rich, at the "Amer- and only Barry Goldwater and There is something contra- THE
the U. S.-backed South Vietnamese icans in dining cars, in country Bill Miller are to be banishedto dictory abput Johnson's pacifying not object to the principle
"This ship is named for of civil of equal
a rights or ?
clubs and fashionable re- the lower fiery abode of role on the one hand and
"republic," though the Viet Cong France and the U. S. between Prussian-born soldier who rights for all. They feel, how
I sorts" who, he said wanted to the damned. his appearance and manner,
Thold is shaky, too.TUT them have struggled longer than thatin served with distinction in the on the other. He is a healerin ever, they are being, denied
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Viet Nam. France in 1954 American Revolut Ion a r y their own civil rights, among \
gave up S EVEN REUTHER, that special the garb of a warrior. He
Terrorist assassinations of village but now is trying to get back in army. Frederick William hobgoblin of the Republican tells us to "reason together"at them the right. to protectionof The
Steuben arrivedin life and property.
,officials by the Viet Cong began diplomatically and economically, as a Augustus this country von in 1777 and of- S Pills May National Committee was the top of his voice. He is street demonstraitons, the

before the guerrilla war did, and con- proponent of "neutralization" a fered his services to Con no longer arguing the old nar- a whirlwind who wants to riots, the looting and the rising -

tinue to make orderly local government policy the U. S. rejects and resents. gress as a volunteer with Save Their now separate interests of labor calm the waves.IRQNICALLY crime wave, all serve to
here but defending
on Monday, -
all but impossible. But on paper both North' and South out military rank. He was accepted intensify growing apprehensions -
.. Pelts spectacular profits for the'automobile Goldwater is for the safety of f
Viet Nam Laos and Cambodia have as such, but Con
companies, pro- precisely the opposite. He is
the American family an unparalleled -
the value -
= All this was true during the last been "neutralized" since 1954, under gress soon recognized vided, of course, that his men a warrior with the calm man circumstance in "
of his services and made 3rni$ tjnrk tmr
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: Diem and the armistice got their cut.Whereas ner of a healer. He says the
-years of the government, agreements. Neutralization him inspector general or drill- the history of the United
WASHINGTONNear l
Things have grown worse since. didn't stick then, and the master with the rank of major sighted people who wear Truman was villi- most outrageous things in the States. I
most serene He and notJohnson
fying the reactionary of 16 way.
U. S. doesn't think it would stick Von Steuben
general. serv- mink coats sometimes wear "a with should be the Thun- The party in power usually
as man a
years ago
There are some hopeful signs. now. But neither has anything else. ed until the end of the war, contact lenses., And nervous calculating machine where derer but he whispers. gets blamed for adverse hap- ,

r .. retiring to Steubenville in the people who wear mink coats his heart ought to be," Lyn-' This, of course,.-is in keep- penings and unrest, whether :
State of New York, where he just like those who don'twear don Johnson"was shouting: "I ing ,with the general trend of or not culpability can be pin J.
I C- .-",i"5* ... __. died in 1794, ,much honored .,''them-sometimes take call for national :the campaign. Everything's a pointed accurately. Take New i
by the Congress and the tranquillizers. But do the unity..Weno little mixed The York City, for example. For '
longer struggle among our- up. quarrel
JVUice[ of' the People American people. minks themselves wear con selves for a larger share of some Democrats are almostas the past several months, par
tact lenses and take tranquillizers ents have been protesting because ,1
;i "He was one of the small limited abundance. We labor respectable as Republi.
I band of foreign officers whose I ? together to increase the total cans, and the respectable Republicans their children are being 1
I i I memory we honor because According to a recent publication abundance of all. I pleadfor are quarreling like ordered to be transported -:
:; On The Sun's Opinion Page they made our cause their of the Department of brotherhood among men Democrats. across the city to public I i f

own, and this ,at a time when Agriculture, the answer is and understanding among na Thus, it was not the talk schools in distant neighbor- ; I
-* -Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters the odds ran heavily againstus. yes. Scientists at Michigan tions.': about wages and hours and hoods. A boycott of the t i
.. nust be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if reauested. A letter should University have given schools by white is
State parents
It is difficult to remember This was a differ conditions of work that seem-
strikingly
and be side *
i -not exceed 500 words must written on only one o the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The minks to scheduled for week.
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or today how unequal were the tranquillizers to ent scene from 16 years ago. ed to impress the Labor Day next
1 .< intent. make them more docile, and crowd in Cadillac but
protagonists in that seven Cadillac Square itself has Square, Hoodlums, moveover! \
-:,<. J2sTot the Letter Dollar- ValueS Name Withheld's letter of year struggle: 13 loosely allied contact lenses so they minks.can'tsee been transformed. The old the talk of peace. Even the have looted stores and injured I :;"
: Sept. 3. often contentious little to bite the other City Hall has made way as fear of unemployment, always innocent' passers by. In recent I.
The last paragraph of the states pitted against the great Mink, apparently, are a all things mortal and immortal the bogeyman of Detroit, weeks, Negro leaders \ -
-Jillt the Spirit9EDITOR On Vote? letter exonerates the motel- est empire in the world; a pit nervous and unevitable lot, apparently must do, for an did not get nearly as ardenta have carried on a campaign

restaurant manager, the ta- ifully small, ill equippedand given to much squabbling underground parking lot and response as the fear of war. against "police brutal i t y ," \
Sun: Recently a EDITOR, Sun: It appears blemates of the letter writer badly supported force of among themselves. Many peltsare the old fancy office buildingsare The President really got to and this: movement,threatensto
correspondent in the "Voice that the Orlando editorial writer and, I am left to conclude, citizen soldiers serving brief ruined because of these now overwhelmed by them only twice. Once when impair police efficiency /,

I 1' the People" hinted t hat equates the value of the condemns only the Northern terms of duty, facing a sub- traits. Hopefully, the scientistssay bare-faced glass and prefabricated he talked about the conse- Even a grand jury verdict in 1

"Christ was not a Christ i an. vote with dollar value received. company which arranged the stantial body of regular soldiers the con tact lenses- stone monsters, as quences of atomic war and New York"Cify, eXl>nerating a '"
"' I can understand his dis. dinner. The implications of and professional officers which decrease rather than shiny, functional and repetitious the necessity of keeping the policeman for the shooting of
? \!ore recently, apparently may at the thought that Or- the whole seem to me to be backed by a navy that ruled improve the mink's ability to as the modern automo atomic bomb in the Presi a youth who attacked him

the same person stated that lando's prosperity may van- that Gainesville's segregation the seas. Though many see-and the tranquillizerswill bile. dent's pocket, and second, with a knife, isn't accepted
,.anyone who thinks C h r ist ish should the military move problems arise only with Americans were superb guer- put a stop to all this. when he tacked on to his but it Is the subject of con

f'--was a Christian does not elsewhere. But he ought not the intervention of Northern rilla fighters, neither officers THE CROWD was differenttoo speech a very personal, calm, tinuing protests by Negro or
** .c.-understand the ChristianS forget that political expediency companies. nor men had knowledgeand : More people, many more and moving soliloquy about ,ganizations.
S dictates the location of experience in the art of Negroes, more elderly folk the dreams of his boyhood and
: le
:.4aith. It is a remarka b Wishing
most installations, and per Name Withheld, as a teacher war. politicking for pensions. And his hopes for the future. THERE IS A drive, too, for
It ,thought that Christ who said, haps he ought to wonder if knows this is not the case. while the inevitable Soapy "review boards" in Var 1 Iou s

,,' :J am the way and whose both those bases are needed. Gainesville has made only the "It was by supplying the Williams Williams was there with his THEN FOR A minute or cities. This causes policemento !..
followers called themselves One glaring example of this barest beginnings toward integrating missing professional knowl- familiar green polka-dot bow two, his role and his person- feel they are not being 1
:: : the people of the way. could method of locating a facility its schools and those edge and experience that Von Was Webster tie, even he seemed vaguely ality and the old Biblical cadences -, ,al1 wealo.pro th rights of

:: not accept and follow his comes to mind in the case of by court order. The facilities Steuben made his great con lei: New York Times symbolic of the Princeton came together :with the peopl jstoiT3llsord: e r s
;:: own teachings (follow his i the Space Center in Houston at the Negro schools are appallingly tribution to the war effort. He WASHINGTON--" P' Senate Class of 1933.President wonderful effect. "The least arise.: --One: polugjiMa talked

:: : own way) because, he was which duplicated many inadequate. Ask any himself had been trained in aides have long noticed a Johnson did not among us will find content. frankly"ThePM1adelphia
,. not a redeemed sinner. It is facilities already available on Negro teacher! And educationis the best military school of the striking resemblance betweenSen. excite this crowd ax much as ment, and the best among us Inquirer" .8.r: ewHays: ago "

: like saying that the head of the Cape. Is this a case of only one problem area time: Frederick the Great's John J. Williams, R- his backers would have liked. will findgreatness, and all of about the way*" "Philadelphia

,.. S a family is not a memberof "LBJ can do more for Texas among many.I army, which he entered at Del., and a full-length portrait Maybe this was merely be- us will respect the dignity police'were hamstnmg by political ,
:: : the family. ," to paraphrase the junIor might add that if one does age 14, ultimately becomingthe just outside the senate cause it is difficult to be jubi- the one, and admire the, influence.He-said: ; : 1i
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.",.. senator from Massachusetts not condone actions insulting king's aide-de-camp. This chamber of Daniel Webster lant in a sweating mob under achievements of the other. -. r "We were Jold:iint: to Interfere
.. Such a technical approach ? to others which take pbce in veteran of many wars was as- perhaps the greatest congress- a noon-day sun. But there "And then people shall say wiUvthejiotiDg or the
S to the Scriptures and such And while that writer en- one's immediate viciiriiy, it tonishingly successful in applying ional orator of all times. is something about the Presi- to people: There on this earth, looting. We ,saw-yeople loot 41

I attempts to establish some Joys the prosperity occasioned is best to protest them vocal- European military One day an aide mentionedthe dent that somehow discour- as in ,the eyes of God, walks ing the store*,-and-we didn't .
: ,: scheme aU the while losing by a military payroll be- ly on the scene. Name With- principles and practices to likeness to Senator Williams ages beatleish screams froma my brother. Well this is stop them..lvejbeea! : on the }

sight of the central purpose ing spent in his community held might have taken effective the special needs of Wash- a seemingly mild- crowd.It my dream. ." force 15,:years :3U knew ofa
..and meaning of the Bible, let him recall that his tax action by leaving the din- ington's army. Discarding everything mannered man who is the is not that he does not Well this was not the usual better way-to:wake a liv- ,
S S }s surely one reason there dollars are' also being spentin ner and explaining to those in not strictly essentialto Senate's most persistent and ,impress them: quite the con- belligerent Democratic jargonof ing I'd leave ,theMlceand
are many groups wl. i c h the maintenance of other charge why.MARY winning battles, he was successful sleuth. Williams observed trary: he overwhelms them. Harry Truman's day, buta I'm not the only cop-lhat. feels
'fiaim to be THE church. All H. WEBB transform highly individualistic Seen for the first time in combination of *
bases in other communities able to : per- pragmatismand this way. If..they want us to
.p these groups-there have which may or may not be part time volunteers "I guess there are a lot son, he seems larger and idealism. Unity, prosperity do a job why do they tie our .,.
,been at least a half dozen necessary for the defense or -S into a disciplined of folks around here who somehow more formid a ble justice and peace were his hands? I never saw anything

such already in the described Sun-claim i n well being of his country, army and to do this in as wish it was me hanging up than on the screen, and when themes, and of these, the most like it in my 15 years. It's a
,
series
the be infallible which are, however, enjoyingthe It's never wise to argue many months as it normallytook there." he is unleashed in a crowd effective was peace. voting gimmick."
the Bible to an
"protection"' of political with a fool, because the by- years abroad. Despite his The same story is heard in
} book and that they follow -
interests much as insistence on strict discipline some other cities too.
just as standers may not know whichis S
it literally and fully. POTOMAC FEVERS :
his community does. which. (Toronto, Kan., he was well liked by the j jcal
As taxpayers and citizenswe Republican) soldiers. THERE MAY NOT be a lo-
..To search the New Testament have the duty to demanda S JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington Bureau election this year in,which "
for sayings-for snippets government which can and THE SECRET of his success Republicans claim the Democrats are copying Goldwater on repeal of the draft. the voter can express himself,

here and there-to sup- will do it's best by not doing The way restaurant pricesare was that he understoodthe It's not fair. How are you going to give the folks a choice when the echo so it's natural for the protestto
port some scheme or interpretation American psyche and back before holler? out in state and
is to miss the import too much-for "all of us. going up it won't be comes you crop na-
temperament, even thoughhe tinal elections. In Detroit
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MRS. T. W. RADFORD
long until the $100 a-plate
of Christ's ministry and dinner sounds reasonable. did not know their lang- Those Democrats are sneaky. Barry says he's going to cut taxes-and they which is heavily Democratic, !
teaching. It is, indeed, t o uage. As he wrote to a fellow hurry up and do it six months ago. the citizens, in an election a
approach the New Ts t a- Should Protest (Changing Times) Prussian, ''T h e genius of -- few days ago, gave a major.

ment writings as the Phari- this nation is not in the leastto Now he's saying deficit spending may be all right when times are bad ity of their votes for an ordinance
sees approached the Old. On the Scene be compared with that of and it turns out Franklin D. Roosevelt has already stolen the idea. which would, in effect -
Paul spoke of this error on Anyone who says that automobiles the Prussians Austrians or permit racial discrimination .

:Several occasions. In II Cor- EDITOR, Sun: As a transplanted make people lazy French. You say to your soldier Next thing you, know the administration will be not gettingus into a war, by homeowners in the
,:Inthians he said, "Who (God) Northerner who never had to pay for one. "Do this," and he'doeth another tricky attempt to make the Republicans look .silly.! selling of their houses. Call-
-also hath made us able comes from a community -- (Blue Rapids, Kan., Times) it; but I am obliged to say, / fornia voters will participatein

..:ministers of the the new testa-but .(Berkley Calif.,) where S This is the reason why you This is the season for riders in the Senate-the Dirksen rider on foreign aid, a referendum on the same
-ment: not of for letter the 1 e t- there is great activity goingon you ought to do that," and he the Medicare rider on Social Security, Humphrey on LBJ's Ahorse-and Tom housing issue in November.
of the killeth spirit:but the spirit and some progress being The average wife is pretty does it. No higher tribute Dodd on LBJ's coat tails. S : It's a curious campaign
ter made with respect to De Facto hard to fool, and only a fool could have been paid the -- which the nation faces, and
jjiveth life. Segregation in sch ,.:ls, I husband will try it. (Davenport American revolutionary sol When Humphrey climbs up on a horse it just proves what length a city there's little basis for the talk

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Thursday. Sentember. 10... 1954 Gain lYiII. Sun .. i
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Defeat Seen Chrysler Pact Worth 54 Cents t
el1 tuarit Chicago: Nixes 'Robin Hoods9CHICAGO I hunting within a county of more I
v : 1 than five million residents
In Senate An Hour Reuther EstimatesDETROIT (AP) The latest Simon, who proposed the ordi-
advance of civilization in Cook would probably bag more peo- If

HATTIE BELLE BURKE: FRED STROBLE (AP) United ]1 h lier retirement, where workers 1 County (Chicago. ). has local J lance., said: "Bow-and-arrow ple than deer."
Auto Workers President Walter 'would get a bonus for quitting at outdoormen quivering with-
'Word has been received here Services for Fred Stroble, 66, ClotureWASHINGTON P. Reuther, with a Chrysler 1 6 0' instead of 65, and in higher indignation: the county board' : t
of the death of Mrs. Hattie! a native of Alachua County, agreement which he estimated pensions generally. Wednesday outlawed hunting:
Belle Burke, 79, of Pompano I will be Friday at 5 p.m. in Hill- (AP) A :to be worth 54 cents an hour with bow and arrow. \ Of People
The
union however
Beach. She was the mother oj r crest Memorial Park with Rev. 'move to shut off debate in the over the ,next three years, will hold managedto Board President Seymour
to annual
Mrs. Marjorie B. Strickland of t James Graves.officiating.Mr. Senate battle over. the Supreme! begin a drive at Ford Motor Co. on wage boost &k
Gainesville. Stroble, died Tuesday' at Court's legislative reaprortion- Friday for the equivalent or ers and and a to cost-of-living escalator -: Titusville Aid I .
: Services will be held Friday his.Leesburg home following. along ment decision appeared certain better. gain company pay
at 2 p.m. In the First Baptist t l illness. of defeat today.Republican ment of full hospital-medical WASHINGTON (AP-The Urban -! And Politics
From Ford, Reuther said he insurance premiums for retire
!
Renewal Administration has
Church in Center Hill. Buria:I l
He associated with Manatee would to General ees, well workers.In I
was Leader Everett proceed Mo- as as
will be in the Center Hill Cern granted Titusville, Fla., $3,066 I
etery. Parcel's Funeral Homein :: County Wholesale' Grocery M. Dirksen of Illinois and 16 tors Corp. to help finance completion of a : ri A21-progromlookattht ,
Bushnell is in charge. in Bradenton for 28 years 'and other senators are trying to end The union is expected to plan for the growth of the city. i American
"' I political system :
formerly was an employe of debate on Dirksen's proposal to ,demand the same March 1964 a small amountof
\.J' HOLLAND COBURN Walling Crate Mill, Leesburg. delay for at least a federal pattern The work is under the planning I
year 1- and the excitement it
including a possible pension in pigment was extracted from i
i Services for Holland A. Co- He was a member of the First court orders carrying out the and improvement division I
1965 of to $400 a month at
up age young oat sprouts and put into a L of the Florida RICHARD D. HEFFNER generates during a presidential ;
Church DevelopmentCommission.
; burn, 40, of 2047 SE 21st St.. Baptist of Leesburg. high tribunal's ruling that both 60 from American Motors i
will be today at 2 p.m. in the Survivors include- his wife, houses of state legislatures be Corp., scores of supplier plants test tube for use in research. j HOST election year. -'
Williams Thomas FuneralHome I Mrs. Virginia B. Stroble; a apportioned on a populationbasis. and the agricultural implement .
chapel with the Rev. Rex: brother, F. T. Stroble of Jacksonville industry. $1 1000 ACCIDENTAL -
i Tuesdays and 8:30
Thursdays
Eaton officiating. and a nephew, Robed DEATH BENEFIT p.m.
t President Johnson, mean- The Big Three of General Included in Your Money Saving
Mr. Coburn died Monday after L. Stroble of Jacksonville. .( 15))
fchile Premieres Sept.
was' reported backing a Motors, Ford and Chrysler
t GOLD KEY AUTO POLICY
suffering a heart attack. He Pallbearers include R. L.I I compromise that states it is the employ more than a half million I '
was a native of Cedar Key and "sense of Congress" that legislative U A W workers. WUFT-TV Channel 5
Stevens, J. A. McCranie, L. D. : -. represented !
veteran of World War I. I i reapportionment be Their contracts often Cross Agency
Survivors include his father Geiger, R. P. Brown, R. E.I set national C Emory
delayed. This would not have
Norris, W. K. Robertson and patterns.
Charles A. Coburn of Gainesville Don Williams.In ;the force of Dirksen's proposal.The University of Florida Television .
Most significant gains at'
Patricia
; two daughters,
Ann and Nancy Coburn, both of lieu of floral tributes, 'the controversy is one of the I Chrysler were in areas of ear I 1109 N. Main St. Phone 376-4582

Gainesville; three sons. Hoi- family requests contributions be hief stumbling blocks to adjournment
land, Thomas and Jimmy, all made to the Lake County Cancer j of Congress. Dirksen

of Gainesville: a brother, Charles Society. seeks to attach his propose 1 to I 1 '. 'i
O. of Hinesville, Ga. and :he: $3.3-billion foreign-aid authorization I,
,three sisters, Mrs. Bert Shealey Story Time bill to prevent ai y I Auto SeruE
I of Columbia, Mo. and Mrs. Joe Story Time' for children 3 to I possibility of a presidential ONE
Baukmight and Mrs. Don Koon 7 years old will be held at the eto.

I both.of St. Petersburg. Gainesville Library on Friday The cloture vote which: '

Memorial Burial will Park.be Pallbearers in Kiilcrest include .i o'clock.afternoon from ,3:15: to 4:00: requires two-thirds appro'alrorn I [Center WEEK
1
Stonewall Rains, Coburn f those senators voting is

4 ,Rains, Neal Rains, RandolphOwens Some geologists believe heat xpected! to fall short. It is 1

Aubrey Zetrouer and causes expansion of the earth, aimed at a.group of senators ONLY
Clyde Dunn.Burglars. stretching the crust like' a bal- who have been trying to talk
l oon. I Dirksen's rider to death. :: : '


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DormineySyfrettVows Newlyweds Establish HomeCHIEFLAND CalendarOf WOIflEfl f 'Rnn: } .


Mr. and Mrs. turing Alencon lace appliques Robert Meeks of Otter Creek.
EventsFRIDAY
ii Exchanged Randall Calvin Parnell have and a chapel train. Her veil of
: For her daughter's weddingMrs.
established a home in Pinellas illusion fell from a crown of -
: Beauchamp wore a pink THE
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I Park after tnelr marriage pearls, crystals ana lace. Me :lace( dress, matching accessories September 11 f fBfflILYI
i : Mr. and Mrs. Robert Winston which took place on August 30, carried a Bible and an orchid. and a rose corsage. T h ebridegroom's Gainesville
t Bridge Club,
'f' ,Dorminey married Au-
, were on
mother chose
a
at the First Baptist Church of
gust 16, at the First Methodist 'I Attending the bride was Mrs. beige linen dress, brown acces- 9 a.m., Holiday Inn.
Church Chapel. Rev. A. C. Chiefland. Rev. John Rogers, of W. O.Beauchamp Jr.,matron of
sories and a of pink
; Thomas officiated at the double Symrna, Ga., the bridegroom's honor, and Mrs. David Smith of roses. corsage SATURDAY, September 12 Immediate *

,ring ceremony performed be- brother-in-law, officiated at the Wauchulla, was bridesmatron.
fore an altar adorned with white M; double ring ceremony.The Bridesmaids were :Miss Jean- Following the ceremony the University Medical Guild, Delivery on
gladioli, chrysanthemums and ette Murray of Jacksonville, and bride's parents entertained witha swim party and luncheon hon-
pink carnations. : bride, formerly Miss Miss Susan Beauchamp. Little reception at their home. oring wives of freshman med- HOME BEAUTIFUL FURpUREXIO
!Miss Linda Bishop was flower
The bride, formerly Miss Bar- Frances Octavia Beauchamp, is I The bride's table was covered ical students, 11 a.m., Mrs.
bara Jean Syfrett, is the daughter the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.i girLThe with an imported tablecloth of W. Enneking, 1654 NW 12th GAINESVILLE S EXCLUSIVE $111$
of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. W. 0. Beauchamp Sr. of Chief- attendants wore aqua lace over pink cotton and was Road. 1703 N. MAIN ST. f M* |7SJ3?
Syfrett The bridegroom is the !I" land. The bridegroom is the son crystalite dresses and match- centered with a wedding cake.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanton of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Parnellof ing headpieces. They carried Crystal candelabra, entwined'
Dorminey of Douglas, Ga. the Bahama Islands, and for. nosegays of aqua carnations. with pink carnations and hold II OPEN TONIGHT
Given in marriage by her merly of Gulf Hammock. ing pink tapers flanked the
Parnell of Clearwaterwas I
I, father the bride wore a gown Given ,in marriage by her I Wayne best man for his brother. cake. I J _7iIjgjitnAr; UNTIL 9:00:
i of white peau de soie featuringa
lace jacket and a chapel train. 4 : :.,. father the bride wore a gownof Ushers were Holmes Morris of The newlyweds honeymooned ,
[ silk taffeta, fea'Sanford Elwin Standridge and in South Florida. -- -'
over
organza ; l "'
Her veil of illusion fell from a ,.
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pill a nose- IPk ""IYE WAN "f $
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\; gay of white carnations and stephanotis 1jji'f4j' [ iIII1tI1iT ,, UN' 0 .. r.:;;'&ow, / -' t

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Ii Mrs. Carol Garvey of Myrtle J
MEN'S HAND SEWN
I 1Beach.\ S.C., was matron of hon
or. Bridesmaids were Miss THE FIRST WASH-WEAR

,Gwen Syfrett, sister of the LOAFERSOXFORDS
bride and Miss Gwen Dorminey JjIt.!

the, bridegroom.of Atlanta, Ga., sister of : WATERREPELLENT

I The honor attendant wore a c $ I I43v0 Is

turquoise peau de soie dress Values up to $14.99ct
and the bridesmaids wore pink
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dresses. They carried nosegays < Ln
of white carnations.
(t, si. Robert Winston Dormineywore WV
Osborne Dorminey, of Sanford AND
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served his brother as best white carnation corsages.
man. Ushers were Gary Keith Following the ceremony the UNIFORMS11"
Syfrett, brother of the bride, bride's parents entertained at
and Bobby Damron of Gaines-.a reception given at their home. SIZESWIDTHS-
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The bride's mother wore a carnations decorated the living '1
pink linen dress and white accessories -room and the Florida room. -, ''':,. E} t",, I 1m
for her I The bride's table .
daughter's
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wedd J n g. The bridegroom's laid with an imported linen cut I
mother chose a beige lace dress, 'work tablecloth over pink da- ,16
with black accessories. Both mas. ; = COMBINES WATER REPELLENCEWITH 1 1'
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with The pink punch carnations table was and adorned white $266 AND $366CONTINENTAL MOST RESISTANCE 1'' & A

J. JVL FIELDS chrysanthemums, and punchwas 1'I&I&

I from served Spain.from a large sniffer LOAFERS ...WITH ALL THE FEATURES ( I I

JEWELRY DEPT. Mrs. Marge Strickland cut the SLIP-ONS TIES 0
I wedding cake and Mrs. Anna STRAPS ::j OF SWANSTRETCH.1/

Expert WatcH Pickren poured punch. Assistingwith SIZES PENNY LOAFERS 100%COTTON WITH THE FINEST /
RepairQuality the hospitalities were Mrs. 4 TO 10 Values up to $8.99CHILDREN'S WASH-WEAR RUSH 10I I '
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Carol Tedder and Mrs. Eliza. I J
work at
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beth Satterwhite. \
Discount Prices After a honeymoon in Daytona eJ 4. : Q Io I

at home Beach at 1908 the NW newlyweds 2nd Avenue.Mr. are. oo OFF WHITE SWAN P,t1s t,oiL Sotf _Ace OfF
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:the Supreme Forest Woodmen I YOU PAY ONLY 2.99to 5.99
& Cf. of DIAMONDS 'Circle has slated a covered dish I

== Solitelic Bridal Set'Vcndxnt supper on Monday, at 6:30 p.m., DISCOVERY
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Thursday September 10, 1964 Gainesville Sun I II

Street, was a recent visitor to

of Special Interest Fairbanks.Mr.. and. Mrs. Alfonso Edwards ENGAGEMENTS Soroptomist Workshop I I

and son, Jim, all of( I

: Washington, D. C., arrived yes White i -Schenck "
brief visit and Slated Saturday I
,terday on a out-
To the Colored ..
with Mrs. Edwards' rela-
I Community I ing VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. -
tives here and JacksomilJe.CAROL The engagement of Miss BettyJo Soroptimist Clubs from Jack '!the community, nation and to

News items for this page: fJo''t\ be submitted to Colored News Editor Ben F. Childs. i White, daughter of Mrs. sonville, Orlando, Lees burg the world.
526 NW 8th St. by mail, or by phone at FR 65753.' Do not send news directly to the Gaines- I I Guy Hillier and Lt. (j.g.) Rob- and Ocala will meet with the Gainesville's year old clubis

ville Sun office. ert Shelton Schenck, son of Mr. Gainesville Club I Saturday a member of the SDrLp t i -
j < Utilities Operation Center 555
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CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. I remain in church after the and daughter, Aria, all of Willis- Waldo, is announced today by SE Fifth Avenue. Aside from the service proj-
LYNN BROWN
Pleasant Methodist morning services Sunday in order ton, accompanied by Charles the bride's mother. I ects of individual members,
The Youth Choir will rehearse to complete plans for the Sneed and Shirley Ann Morris Carol Lynn Brown, of 537 NE Miss White The program will include the Gainesville Club solicited donors

today, 7:30 p.m.; and the Boardof Women's Day program. Er- motored to Jacksonville on Labor 18th Street, died in the Alachua from Maury High was graduated School, Norfolk study and discussion o! membership for the North Florida! Eye
Education and Church School lynne Harper, chairman. Day and visited Mrs. Ruby General Hospital after a brief Va. where recruiting, classification Bank, supplied reading material -
she
was a
/Staff will meet tomorrow, 7:30 Thompson. They also visited illness. member of Garnet Tri-Hi-Y ..l.t Rbhy N t.;: service objectives, fund for patients at the University
,
p.m. J. Franklin Jones, Jr., ALACHUA NEWS American Beach. Mrs. Bessie The body will be transferred and a senior class raising and programming. Teaching Hospital, visited at
; Church School superintendent; I Singing Convention Set Mae Wesely, reporter, Williston. Thursday to Charleston, S.C., She is representative. Mrs. Gladys Givens, o: Jack- Sunland Training Center, and
V. L. Trapp, chairman of Board I There will be a singing con- Miss Ann Mills and Miss Ca- for funeral services. Old Dominion presently attending where ; sonville, Southern Region Extension -contributed to the fund for

'of Education. Rev. W. M. Fer- vention at the St. Mary Baptist therine James, both of Tampa, Duncan Brothers morticians, she is a member College of Chairman, is in chargeof earthquake victims in Alaska.

guson, pastor. Church at Alachua, Sept. 13 at were guests of Miss James' relatives are in charge of local arrange- Omega sorority.The EpsilonChi the program. Miss Ethel! As a member of the Gaines-
New 3 in Gainesville Labor Peterson Lieutenant Governorof
Williston Hope Baptist p.m. or. ments. ville Inter-club Council the Sor-
School with Superintendent This to be a the Southern will bea
; Sunday I promises very Day.Mrs. bridegroom elect was Region, optimists participated actively '
Starin in fine entertainment and the pub- Hattie Wallace returnedto
E. L. ADDIE HAMILTON graduated from Gainesville i speaker.
t'' MRS. in the Council activities last.
charge, 10 a.m.; morning worship -lic is invited. the University City on Labor High School, where he was a Miss :Whit;...... Lunch will be sery'e!. season, which included the Can-
11 a.m.; and evening wore Day where she was visiting with I Mrs. Auddie Hamilton, of 504 member of the Spanish Club, Betty City Club Year Old cer Education Program and
I ship, Communion, 7:30 p.m. PLANS MEETINGThe her daughter, Mrs. Susie White, S.W. 3rd St., died in the Ala- Wheel Club, student council ity, and Officers Candid ate The ideals for Soroptim i ism Fund Drive The Woman of the
Rev. J. H. Phillips, pastor; Pallbearers Lodge No. and other relatives at Miami chua General Hospital after a and Circle K Club.. He also was School, U.S.N., Newport, R.I. are larger fellowship in the Year Banquet and the Public

Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley, re- 54, pride of Gainesville, will Mrs. Mary J. Turner, of Tam- brief illness. graduated from Florida State The wedding will be an eventof home, in society and in busi- ,I Relations Work Shop for all

porter. hold its meeting today at 8 p.m. pa, passed through Gainesville! Duncan Brothers, morticians, University, where he was a September 19 at 7 p.m. at ness. 'city clubs and civic organiza-.
Shady Grove Primitive Bap- at the regular meeting place. yesterday en route to Tallahassee -i will announce funeral arrange- member of Theta Chi fratern- the Norfolk Naval Base Chapel. Their objective is sen ice to tions.
tist There will be Confer- Fred Alexander, presid e n t; to visit at the Florida A and ments later.DEACON. -- ---

ence Saturday, 8 p.m. Sunday Mrs. Ella Drayton, reporter. M University.Miss _

School, 10 a.m.; consecrationand Anna M. Jon.iron of OLIVER LONG
devotional services, 11 a.m. AILING IN HOSPITALMrs. C 1 e a rwater, passed through Funeral services for Deacon -
The choir and ushers are askedto Julia Worthy is ailing in Gainesville yesterday to enter Oliver Long will be held at the .
t be present Evening worship, !he Alachua General -Ho pita1. Edward Waters College at Jack Mabre Baptist Church at Gulf v

preaching, Communion and the Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reporter. sonville. Hammock, Sunday at 10 a.m. :' -

washing of feet, 7 p.m. The Robert Wilson, of Tampa, was I, with Rev. Clarence McG t ill ,' : '
public is welcome. Rev. R. J. WILLISTON NEWS visiting with his aunt, Mrs. Net-, pastor, officiating. Mrs. Mary ;

Gainous, pastor; Mrs. F. D. Card of Sympathy Up -L. Murray, here nn uu Labor Dunn, reporter.r1. ;,
Sharpen, reporter. ...:<'<: ., : j'I. .
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Friends sympathize deeply .
Day.Mrs. ,
with Mrs. Roxanna Roundtreeof Ella Mae Montgomery,
11th ANNIVERSARY BEGINS Ocala in the passing awayof of West Palm Beach, whose i o'Dnl .IDJ.'if! : ; :::
visit here and Archer for the
The 11th anniversary of the her brother, the late Vanester : : : ,
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j Undenominational Choirs Union Simos of Tampa past two weeks has been plea .:1. ::::: : : '.' A" ..;
sant, left yesterday fur' her : U 4r. .
began yesterday at 8 p.m at the home. : Back to School ;;

Emanuel Baptist Church and SPEAKS'SUNDAY .:.:"' ;: ::' .
lasts to Friday. The program is Mrs. Gussie Ross returned SmartlySINGER : ,era s
The Rev. T. E. Thomas, state I 4
as follows: here yesterday from Dallas, :::::'.1 '.1N' :.x-
Thursday, Sept. 10, at 8 p.m., evangelist, will be the principal Texas, following a two-week vise :: '

the. Johnson Chapel Bap tist speaker at the Mt. Olive Prim- :. it with her aunt, Mrs. Nancy < : : :: ... ::. ..y'.G
itive Chruch at ; "
Church's Choir No. 1 is sponsoring Baptist Sunday Speed, and other relatives and :'.'.:' '. ... FABRICSSEPTEMBER .
Choir No. 2 of the Johnson 11 a.m. August 20. friends.Mr. 1 1r .x ... ,. .. ., ..
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asked to be present to hear Rev. Markham, of NW 8th v J
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Choir No. 1 is sponsoring -
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Kinsey, pastor; Barbara Watson e 'Sc
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the Greater Fort Clark Baptist MEN'S DAY PROGRAMThe

Church's Choir No. 1 is spons Men's Day program at w/; 1 3 iQ
0 r i ingthe First Baptist the Shady Grove Primitive'Baptist ,
f Church's Choir, and the Second Church will come to a closeon 6&44
Morning Star Baptist Church Sept. 27.

Choir will sponsor St. Luke Baptist There will be a banquet in the
Church's Choir No. 1 also dining room of the Shady Grove
jointly. Primitive Baptist Chipch on l'FOUNDATIONS DEPARTMENT Jj

t Following the program, the Sept. 26 at 8 p.m. Mrs. F. D. .
reports from all of the committees Shannon; reporter. '? %G
will be made. Rev. T. D.
h
Davis, pastor; Elmore Dexter, ;
/ union president; Mrs. P. L. NOTICEThe Friendship Choirs' Union '--4

Scott, reporter.At will render an inspirational program y .. .v.::.;.,.,... ai
the close, there will be it. s=
I refreshments served. at the Friendship Bap- rAP \
'tist Church today at 8 p.m. s k

Following the program, there '.-., .,
will be a business meeting.The -
CARD OF THANKS ,
i public is invited. p.5; X
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Mrs. P. L. Scott wishes to 4,? t 5"
thank the members of the Ju- SLATES MEETING { !, ;
No. 113 tor their '
venile Lodge 7
+ The Pallbearers' Lodg No.
I surprise pre birthday gifts 113 will hold its meeting at the
to ber ', '
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t attend the Newberry Elemen- AILING AT HOME ,

tary School, are asked to pay Mrs. Hattie Jordan is very r. ;fv
registration fees for their chil- ill at her home. Mrs. F. D. 'II r

t dren in order that additional instructional Shannon, reporter.
t materials may be
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through 4 are asked to pay Melvina Williams: left

$2.00; and pupils in grades 1 recently to visit her son, Joe 55 r k
through 8 are asked to ray 50 Williams, who is ill at his g. ril [, I

cents. home, 411 N.W. 13th Ave., at oQ"r i,

Ft. Lauderdale. Mrs. WiJ Ii ams' i:.,.
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women of the ML Carmel Shannon, reporter. sr yn!jp sa .
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This is the first .part of the duced, Abraham Lincoln, who church would probably agree man's relation to God is so different We should remember that NEXT:, "Who Are the Un-

&i final article in the Sun's made this startling and little- with John Lovejoy Elliott, from the Catholic that many people hold fast to a! churched?" Part II.

feature series, "What Our Religions known statement of his faith who declared/ have known it was one. of Luther's chief faith about which, intellectual-I (c. 1963-4 by Cowles Magtly .

Are." This concluding WHAT OUR,1RELIGIONS when he declared that he h ad many good men who believedin reasons for revolting from' ,- they are a little uneasy. I zincs and Broadcasting, Inc.)

piece discusses "Who Are theUnchurche'd never united himself to any God. I have known many Rome. Baptist conceptions of

?" church because he found dif good men who did not believein faith and worship differ as I

I ficulty in giving his assent, God. But I have never much from Episcopalian as About The Author

By JEROME NATIIM SON without mental reservations, to known a human being who was Lutherans differ from M o r-

i If anyone were to ask you how L i the long complicated state good who did not believe in mons. I "
Jerome Nathanson is chairman of the Fraternity
: ARE
many Americans belong to a ments'of Christian doctrine i
man.. For there are surely many
church I of Leaders of the American Ethical Union. a
or temple or synagogue, I which characterize their articles We must realize that the conceptions of God: Matthew I member of the Board of Leaders of the New York

most you would all." probably say, "Al-; -- --<-- of belief. and confessions of overwhelming majority of o ur Arnold thought of God as the,I Society for Ethical Culture and a member of the
faith. not antireligious.To Power not ourselves which:
: 66,000,000 are boar4 of directors of the International Humanistand
But the facts are startling. "When any church will inscribe be sure, some of them profess makes for good; William I' Ethical Union. From 1945 to 1961, he servedon
Actually, Americans36.4
66,000,000
cans members of no church? We all know that many people over its altar as its atheism openly but they James believed in a limited i I the board of trustees of the National Child

per cent of the population Has religion failed them? join a church out of habit, sole qualifications for mem- are a very small fraction of the but growing' God, who needsour i Labor Committee. He is Chairman of the New
are not even claimed as total. help in making the good I York Committee to Abolish Punishmentand
or out of respect for their par- bership the Savior's con Capital
church members. ,
There is
This no simple answer. ents, or for family tradition. densed statement of the substance And some are agnostics more prevalent; Henri B e rgf a member of the Clergymen's Advisory Committee -
figure is all the more Many of those who do.not belong Some do so in order to, wear of both the law and those who say they simply do son spoke of the creative force:,' of Planned Parenthood.WOOLWORTH'S.
remarkable if we remember to church have taken the know whether there is or is which expresses itself in the'!:1'
.that some denominations count any badge of respectability, or the gospel, 'Thou shalt love not I'1
members the hard rather than the easy get a testimonial to good cha- the Lord thy God with all not a God, or a heaven and evolutionary process. '
as not those
a'
: simply
I who go to church but road, for they have withst o o d racter. Businessmen and professional thy heart, and with all thy hell, or ,a life hereafter. They Some scientists speak of
anyone men often prize t h e"contacts" soul, and with all thy strength, hold that to go to church with- "cosmic consciousness" which
:who was baptized or who ever great pressure in order to stay i
they make in a and with all thy mind out real conviction and unques gives meaning to existence.
belonged to the and subsequently out of groups it is so to ;
group easy
: believe in I
: church or a temple; their ca and thy neighbor as thyself tioning faith is hypocritical, a Some philosophers
left. join, and for which high i
approval -reers are helped if they conformto -that church will I join with profanation of the religiousidea. an absolute moral law, embedded -
from neighbors and community the community's values. all my heart and all m in the very structure of the
y
: Why are so many AmeriTransporb- is given.ition universe.But .
"
Some parents want their soul. They may even quote Holy <
children to have a religious edu- Now the Americans who dnot o Scripture to support their how many of these con-

Rolls cation, even though they them- go to church are not without -, stand: "Lord, I believe; help ceptions are organized into a @(lJJOOID[

: [ selves feel no strong need fora faith; nor is it true thatlife thou mine unbelief" (Saint formal church with a rigid ritual -1,
and set ideas about sin
formal faith. Other parents has neither meaning nor Mark, 9:24)).
want their children to "belong"to purpose for them. As Tennyson And some follow the ring- or salvation? .V [1rnrnprnffii [

I[Along Here But Late do what others in the groupdo says: ing words---. of Thomas Jefferson !-- Advertisement. Hu___" ;
to associate with the : "Fix reason iirmiy m i 1\ '
'right" people, to make a good "There lives more faith ir t her seat, and call to her REMOVALFACIAL OF .. < in cozy flannelette

By STAN KULP rail agents. marriage with a decent and honest doubt, tribunal every fact, every I 11

Most Gainesville transportation "As far as we know now," moral spouse. Believe me, than in half the! opinion. Question with bold- HAIR ..
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lines are still running today said Atlantic Coast Line Chief In addition, in' these ,terrible' creeds. ness even the existence of a byEDMUND : GIRLS 2-PC. PAJAMAS

but usually running late, Clerk R. K. Yoho, "we will days of anxiety and fear For some have a faith thai t God; because, if there be ...h "v.II .t! L. 3.Sweetest styles this side of

Said a transportation spokesman. still have rail service. But all with war and annihilation resists conformity, that impel:i one, he must more approve DWYERElectrologist dreamland. Ela>licized sleeves,

I : wires are down and we haveno hanging over our heads-mil- a man to face the problems oi f of the homage of reason, than iii smocking and e>-clct embroidery
life and death and God and the that of blindfolded fear. Fe y c 1 ,
YEARS flannelette
communication right now. lions upon millions, not know- (17 EXPERIENCE) tnms. Asst'd. cotton
Buses still are running, except hereafter for himself, thai 1 t Your own reason is the only v- v 4-8.
for Trains will be late. ing where to turn or whom to Today women are far more prints. 1.99TOTS'
Jacksonville-orig-
some considers creeds or rituals ar oracle given you by heaven, conscious of superfluous hair.
ated assistant Seaboard Air Line agent trust, attend religious serv-
trips. Trailways -
of true religious and answerable, not Hair on the
unnecessary part are up-
you
Desha said that trainsare i ice which promise inner ft.
manager Frank Jones said M. E. s per lip or chin can"" robe 3' 2-PC. SLEEPER
affirmation. but .
for the
,
rightness
uprightness
the Jacksonville still running but will run peace, salvation and life eter- easily removed D.
: buses ere cancelled
Such faith y Attached feet icep warmth in.
wonderthat a means a code of the decision. E s.
lectrolysis.'jExcessive
small by
late. nal. It is a
and the Tallahassee bus i
l. etasticizedback.
of honor and decency and For, strange though it may h air i-1 I Gripper c ing.
was cancelled. The Tampa-New "Trains will be late," he said. ours is a day of a great religious above all humane ness causes much, Cotton jLuioelcttc. 1-3.
relations i seem, most of the millions who
York buses have been running, "Signals are all out north of .; revival. distress to a sen-' :
with other human beings. Ir 1 do not go to church are reli- I : too
:
however, and have been gen- Waldo." He said he couldn'testimate The great majority of sitive woman and! : .: IFt
the faith that s
one sense, find:s; gious. Many have a profound interferes with her{ e
r erally on time-"surprisingly," how late trains will churchgoers are undoubtedly belief and conduct enough -- faith in God; they simply do peace of mind. All ff.,.l' fit!

Jones said. The number of pas- run. sincere and devout; they b e- without church affiliationi i L s not believe that existing ore these symptoms'... '* 7 V t s, ,.. r6
sengers has been normal, he trail freight service has been lieve in God, in morality, in any are removed WithLl ;
a logical of th
development is satisfactory
<<< ganized religion a the complete .
'
I: said. running, though late, accordingto the specific articles of %t h e i r E D'ID1et'elimination
Protestant tradition. For d e ej) expression of God's will. of this "
f 4,. Greyhound Ticket agent A. T. rail agents. church's creed.; in Protestantism is the powerful They cannot overlook the unsightly hair. Once the hair root crL \ -" '
I Newton said that bus service City! buses: < weren't.. in run today But in the light of the varietyof idea has been eliminated by Electrolysis
---- ---- that there need be
n r j! has been much on "unless the weather motives which lead people
81' pretty intermediary between a marnd 1 God from Christianity to consultation will assist you in
I ", time." Some Jacksonville buses breaks," said City Transit pres. into church membership, we God no preacher 01 r Buddhism and the other great the knowledge of your own hair

t i were cancelled, he s aid.f i ident Woodrow W. Shaw this can see how many and how va- priest or rabbi, no liturgy, nc
f f' Passenger service was normal, morning. ried are the pressures which i ceremonials, no public demonstration monotheism of Jews is not the Call Edmund Dwyer

said Newton, and package express "For safety reasons downed are brought to bear on those of faith. same as the Trinitarian con For An AppointmentFR
service has been "good." trees and debris and high i who do not join any church. Many of the 66,000,000 Americans ception of Christians.

Eastern Air Lines sales 1 winds, we wouldn't run today," 2-8039 Today.
who do not belong to an}y The Protestant conception of
Jane Winner said "all he --
agent explained.
r Why, then, do so many
planes will be on schedule as "Also," he said, "most bus )'
millions stay away from our
II a
far know. inesss closed today.
as we are
churches and the solace they _
Eastern has two flights into "We have offered our ser
offer, the hope they proffer:
Gainesville, and they are both vices," said Shaw, "to civil defense ot
I Is it because they are "bad"people Gaines villa'siEJouse
in the evening, Miss Winner authorities. If necessary,,
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Surely
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: .. Texan Wins/ Top Prize for Arrangement Party To Compliment I fNl $ :


I Miss Jan MicklerMrs. N

NEWARK, N.Y. A Tex- city for the Houston Federa-
P as woman whose father tion. Burton E. Woodward E. Watson and Miss Joanne J .
-. ; drove cattle the and Mrs. E. Cannon I Woodward.
over ChisI Illustrations of her ar- Finley Jr. TODAY
September 10 ;Miss Linda Gertner 10:30": (
I holm Trail and hunted buffalo rangements have been published will entertain with a bridal
f on the Great Plains of w' 44 I Rehearsal dinner honoring a.m. to 12:30: p.m. 303 NW-... .
f '' vr".4. q regularly by state and luncheon tomorrow to honr Miss Junior Women 23rd.
Texas, Oklahoma and Kan- national publications. Very Miss Theresa Anne Greene
sas, chose 'Trail Blazer" as much in demand as a lec- Jan Mickler, bride-elect'of Peter ReScheduleFirst and their son, Bradley Wil- Bridal luncheon honoring-

the theme for the rose ar- turer and teacher of flower Temco of St. Petersburg.The lard Penk, 6 p.m. Mr. and Miss Linda Register of LaCrosse "..

,rangem rit- that, made her arranging she also holds a luncheon will be given at MeetingPostponed Mrs. Willard 0. Penk, at their bride elect of Her-'
the ninttt.'winner of the annual Master Judge's certificate. home. bert Silber, 12:30 p.m. Mrs..
12:30 at the GainesvilleGolf to Thursday, Sep-
l p.m. R. W. Cellon Sr. Mrs.
R.
Bowl W.
Sterling Tourna- tember 17, the Junior Woman's FRIDAY, September 11 _.
ment. and Country Club. Cellon Jr., Mrs. H. L. Moody
Held each June In the 17- Along with her flower ar- Pink Club will follow the same sched- Wedding of Miss Theresa and Miss Patsy Moody at the
roses will decorate the ule for its first meeting of the
ranging Mrs. Burton enj o ys Anne Greene, daughter cf R. W. Cellon
acre Jackson& Perkins dis- home in Hague .
...
luncheon year as planned for today af :
in which she is table.
gardening -
Mr. and
r. Mrs.
<
f y Joel
.. ; Nunnally
play rose garden at Newark ,'
> 'Dn'r, M the Gainesville Golf ""'
and Coun-
A 3tA'q very well informed.She Greene and Shower compli men tin i g
<,' N.Y., the Tournament features o> 'eu6R{, Places will be marked for try Club. Bradley Willard
and her husband c o 1- Penk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Linda Register, L a -% -
as its first prize a Mrs. Daisy Mickler, mother of I Changed because of
Hurri- .
lects stamps and coins and Willard Otto Penk, 8 Crosse bride elect of Herbert w
"', $5,000 perpetual challenge the honoree; Mrs. William cane Dora, Mrs. E. p.m.,
Howard '
Alray Silber 7:30 I.
a ;.n't c &* qY each shares the other's inter- boa Chapel of the First p.m., a-
sterling silver trophy. ests-her husband Stubbs, aunt of bride-elect; Miss president, announced the Crosse Clubhouse with Mrs...
f accompa- Presbyterian Church. Recep-
.Next year's compe tition nied Mrs. Burton on her tripto Martha Stubbs, Miss Florence board meeting will begin at tion following in the Bethany J. F. Parrish, Mrs. G, 0. '
will be held June 23. ry k S up-state New York for Trulliard Mrs. Bartlett Hydorn, 10:30: a.m., with coffee servedto Room of the Church. Cauthen Mrs. R. T. Har- '
I Mrs. E.' O. Barton of Hous- the Sterling Bowl Tourna- Mrs. Glenn 0. Summerlin, Mrs.L. early arrivals and lunch- graves Mrs. F. R. May, .ti
ton was ,one of 14 con t e s t- W. eon following the SATURDAY ..
ment. Mims Mrs. J. W. Kirk- business ses September 13 Mrs. J. A. Cason, Mrs. Sam'"
tants chosen from"115' 'top patrick, Mrs. Frank B. Culver. Coffee .
sion.Mrs. complimenting Miss Taylor Mrs. J. L. Norris,
I' flight arrangers nominated J. Frank Johnson Jr. of Martha Jane Edwards of Mrs. E. T. Norris, Mrs. Lacy
from 45 states. F St. Patrick's Miss Olivia Stryker, Miss Leslie -Tampa, state director for the Irvine, fiancee of Doug Davisof Doke, Mrs. Larry Rogers, -

Her winning arrangemen Eggert, Miss Delia Adkins, Junior Clubs, will b I guest Valdosta, Mrs. Harold R. Mrs. Carl Harris and Mrs. J. .
comprised nothing more 'thanseven Miss Carolyn O'Quinn Mrs. R. speaker. '
I Supper IsPostponed Gertner and her daughter- T. Sowell. hostesses. -'-
Tropicana roses,
three stems of, eleganus anda x3'Y.. ,'r
simple iron container. But

it reflected an attitude derived -

ground.from. her pioneer back has St.postponed Patrick's the Women's covered Club dish :!t ..: :;.. ;... ''"- .... .::<:. .: .. .... .

".. slated! for tonight at <: ., :2: '
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supper > ... <;;"" : :,. ..
6:30: to Thursday, September ., '. .*,. ) :'C"_-. '" ......
Mrs. -Barton was. brought 1 'x. ., .
17, at 6:30: :> p.m., at the St. : y.ny4 r "" :
on Americana.Her : 'W
up v ,.
to Texas f ther'sfamily from Tennessee came in Patrick's Parish Hall.. j! : I' "

1834. In'. return for help n g ::... i:;':' ;:/., ,,:.<: ;...::.?'.<:': :' f i
to guard the border along explains "I became disturbed the top award in the garden I .:.::/ : : :;::,.@i... :::....t.,....:::. o O 1 ,
by the rush on all club world. ':.". Dt. ... ...:.':. IWJ IWJi ,
t the Indian Territory they I .. .'":.. .,. JI .
sides to learn Japanese flower ... .
received land grants from arranging as a lovely This is not the first time ;I :..,;:......:..::.:: :::I: :::,.:l::::..:::::::.:....:::.::,,;::.. : o (f "
the Republic Texas. : : ':"" .
art except that it is an ex- that Mrs. Barton has been ) Back to School "

Her mother's family came pression of the Japanese peo selected for public acc I aim. : :.::.: 'f
from Kentucky to Texas via pie and their thinking is Last March, the Houston ::: ,: .Smat1/y. ,
I. ox drawn wagon during the certainly different from ours. I Federation of Garden Clubs ?,:. ': 'IN sNR
Civil War. Mrs. Barton cited her for work done dur- :: I
I, too, studied it for .several ::: :SINGERFABRICS .
t grew up hearing stories about years. ing four years as Civic i i ..... :
I the pioneer days. how her "But I felt that we as Beautification Chairman for :: ..
l mother 'would be hidden in Americans in this most dynamic the Texas Garden Clubs and .....'..
f the hay loft when the Indians century needed to de- two years in the same capa- -..-.
came. and the long I Ij velope in past centuries."So ---- -- -- (! s: .-
j drive the Chis h 1m !
over 0
as early as 1956 I be-
t Trail. r/ SEPTEMBER I IS -
gan to study and experimentwith
I One result of her upbringing new styles and to voice BODY BEAUTIFUL MONTH
is that Mrs. Burton is
J my beliefs in a newer, more
consi d ere d something of a vigorous streamlined style." I
t Trail BItzer.in. flower a r-
Apparently the judges in
ranging. t h' Sterling Bowl Tourna- S
e I 84
d
f 1 *
' i ment agreed with her think
"About 10 years ago;: ," she ing. They presented her with



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By TOM SEPPY of Columbus, said: "It seems
. ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. CAP) like I just get in bed and it's
A Miss America contestant time to get up again." c*

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Through it all the girls wear a
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, one of the most coveted prizes is ..
: the to Most of the girls rise at dawnto
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: A full day of continually 6:15 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Then

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Honorar Bukowski 'of Walling the girl chosen Miss Ameri. ; -
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Lord, echoing the sentiments of ca. There's also about $40,000 in \ \ N A li1+'v'r .....
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I 8 Gainesville Sun Thursday September 10 1954 '



1Unchurched\ : Faithless or Religious ''Individualists';,, It




t;- .y-. This is the first part of the uced, Abraham Lincoln, who I church would probably agree man's relation to God is so different We should remember that NEXT: "Who Are the Un-

,. final article in the Sun's made this startling and little- with John Lovejoy Elliott, from the Catholic that many people hold fast to a I I churched?" Part H. I

-, feature series, "What Our Re- known statement of his faith who declared/ have known it was one of Luther's chief faith about which, intellectually (c. 1963-4 by Cowles Magazines -

: ligions Are." This concluding WHAT OURRELIGIONS when he declared that he h ad many good men who believedin reasons for. revolting from they are a little uneasy. I and Broadcasting, Inc.)

-: piece discusses "Who Are the never united himself to any God. I have known many Rome. Baptist conceptions o f..
Unchurched?" church because he found difficulty good men who did not believein faith and worship differ as

in giving his assent, 'G 0 d. But I have never much from Episcopalian a s About The Author.
I ._By JEROME NATHANSON without mental reservations, tothe known a human being who was Lutherans differ from M o r-

-. If anyone were to ask you how h AREcans long complicated s tat e good who did not believe i n mons. Jerome Nathanson is chairman of the"Frater> ii-

many Americans belong to a ments of Christian doctrine man." I For there are surely many ty of Leaders of the American Ethical Union, a

Church or temple or synagogueyou ,' which characterize their articles We must realize that the conceptions of God: Matthew I member of the Board of Leaders of the NewYork

-: would all." probably say, Almost j of belief and confessions of overwhelming majority of o ur Arnold thought of God as the I Society for Ethical Culture, and a member of the

-. But the facts faith. 66,000,000 are not antireligious.To Power not ourselves which board of directors of the International. Humanist

Actually are Americans-startling. "When any church will in- be sure, some of them proTess makes for good; William and Ethical Union. From 1945 to 1961r he 'served
66,000,000
: members of no church? I We all know that many people scribe over its altar as its atheism openly but theyare James believed in a limited on the board of trustees of the National Child
26.4 cent of. the populationare
per Has religion failed them? join a church out of habit, sole qualifications for membership a very small fraction of the but growing God, who needsour Labor Committee. He is Chairman of the New

not even claimed as. I or out of respect for their par- the Savior's condensed total. help in making the good I York Committee to Abolish Capital Punishment
-
Church members. There is no simple answer.' ents, or for family tradition. statement of the sub- And some are agnostics more prevalent; Henri B erg-I and a member of the Clergymen's Advis.91Y.J'Q.m-:
.r: This figure is all the more Many of those who do not belong son spoke of the creative force Parenthood. VII
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do
} remarkable if remember Some do so in order to wear stance of both the law and those who say they simply I I mittee of Planned
that some denominations we counts to any church have taken the badge of respectability, or the gospel, 'Thou shalt love not know whether there is or, is which expresses itself in the I I -- --- .

= members not simply those the hard rather than the easy get a testimonial to good cha- the Lord thy God with all not a God, or a heaven and evolutionary process. I I I .. -. _::

who go to church but road, for they have withst o o d racter. Businessmen and professional thy heart, and with all thy hell, or a life hereafter. They Some scientists speak of a
anyone
men often prize the soul, and with all thy strength, hold that to go to church with- "cosmic consciousness" which
who who in order to
was baptized or ever great pressure stay
"contacts" they make in a and with all thy mind out real conviction and unques- gives meaning to existence.
:belonged to the group and subsequently out of groups it is so easy to ; i WOOLWORTH'Sr
in
'. left. join, and for which high approval -church or a temple; their careers and thy neighbor as thyself' tioning faith is hypocritical, a Some philosophers believe \
from and are helped if they conformto -that church will I join with profanation of the religiousidea. an absolute moral law, embed-
neighbors com-
< '.- ded in the structure of the .
the community's values. all heart and all very r
._ Why are so many Amen- munity is given. my m y _--:
universe.But -
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Some parents want their soul. They may even quote Holy
t children to have a religious edu- Now the Americans who do Scripture to support their how many of these con-

' Transportation Rolls cation, even though they them- not go to church are not without stand: "Lord, I believe; help ceptions formal church are organized with a rigid into ritual a- \ @lliOOrIDy ]
; selves feel no strong need fora faith; nor is it true that thou mine unbelief" (Saint
formal faith. Other parents life has neither meaning nor Mark, 9:24): ). and set ideas about sinor

: want their children to "belong"to purpose for them. As Tennyson And some follow the ring salvation? [1rnrnprn[

I.,. Along Here But LateBy do what others in the groupdo says: ing words of Thomas Jefferson Advertisement

to associate with_ the"right ___ u : "Fix reason firmly in .
.u" people, to make a good "There lives more faith in her seat, and call to her REMOVAL OF cozy flanneletteGIRLS'

STAN KULP rail agents. I marriage with a decent and honest doubt, tribunal every fact, eve r y '
Believe than in half with bold- HAIR 1\ \:..: '>.
Most Gainesville transportation "As far as we know now, moral spouse.In me, the opinion. Question FACIAL <
lines are still running today said Atlantic Coast Line Chief, addition, in these terrible creeds." ness even the existence of a byEDMUND v r 2-PC. PAJAMAS13.Sweetest

but usually running late, Clerk R. K. Yoho, "we will days of anxiety and fear For some have a faith that God; because, if there b e ." styles this side cf

said a transportation spokesman. still have rail service. But all with war and annihilation resists conformity, that impels one, he must more approveof DWYER 4' dreamland. ZtahcuecTsleeNes( ,
wires are down and we haveno hanging over our heads-millions a man to face the problems of the homage of reason, than Electrologist 33 ? smocking and tirfet embroidery

Buses still communication right now. upon millions, not know life and death and God and the that of blindfolded fear. (17 YEARS EXPERIENCE) : trims Asst'd. cotton flannelette
are running, except hereafter for himself, that Your own reason is the only s y 4-8.
m for Jacksonville-orig- Trains will be late. ing where to turn or whom to Today women are far morE prints m AMTOTS'
some I considers creeds or rituals an oracle given you by heaven, conscious of superfluous hair
nated trips. Trailways assis- Seaboard Air Line age n 1 t trust, attend religious services -
unnecessary part of true reli- and you are answerable, not Hair on the upper
tant manager Frank Jones said M. E. Desha said that trainsare which promise inner lip or chin can""e 2-PC. SLEEPER
still but will salvation and life eter gious affirmation.Such for the rightness, but uprightness t
running run removed
be
the Jacksonville buses were can peace easily
I D. warmth la.
Attached fret keep
a faith means a code of the decision. a
i
late. nal. It is small wonder that by Electrolysis. } -;
a s
Tallahassee bus ec ,
celled and the elastirized
:; st Gripper t losings,
of honor and
and For it hairi-i
I decency strange though may Excessive t
was cancelled. The Tampa-New "Trains will be late," he said. ours is a day of a great reli- above all humane ness causes much, s \ back. Cotton flannelette..-
I relations seem, most of the millions who
York buses have been running, "Signals are all out north of gious revival. I distress to a sensitive 1'
with other human beings. I none do not to church are reli- i 1.00
go "
and: ,
however, and have been generally Waldo." He said he couldn'testimate The great majority o :f woman '; '': '. '
sense, the faith that finds have
gious. Many a profound interferes with her: ..
on time-"surprisingly," how late trains will churchgoers are undoubtedly belief and conduct enough faith in God; they simply do I peace of mind. All .::'.;. ,i ,,
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Jones said. The number of passengers sincere and devout; they b e- these symptoms 1" :
without church rrt
affiliationis not believe that
existing organized Y
witbLlr
has been normal, he run.Rail freight service has been lieve in God, in morality, in any are removed :: .
of the
a logical development religion is a satisfac- the complete
said. I running, though late, accordingto the specific articles of the i rchurch's E Dwyer
Protestant tradition. For deep tory expression of God's will. elimination of this
Greyhound Ticket agent A. T. rail agents. creed. in Protestantism is the powerful They cannot overlook t he unsightly hair. Once the hair roo t Z ,+r
Newton said that bus service i City buses weren't to run today But in the light of the variety has been eliminated by Electroly
idea that there need be
no many differing conceptions o f sis it will not grow back again.A .
has been much on "unless the weather of motives which lead people mane I
pretty intermediary between a God from Christianity t 0 consultation will assist you ii
time." Some Jacksonville buses breaks," said City Transit pres- into church membership, we and God no preacher or I Buddhism and the other great the knowledge of your- own hai t1r .a
said. Woodrow W. Shaw this can see how many and how va- problem.
cancelled he ident
were ,
rabbi
priest or no liturgy, no religions of the E a s t. The
service was normal, morning. ried are the pressures which I Call Edmund Dwyer
Passenger ceremonials
no public demonstration monotheism of Jews is not the
said Newton, and package ex- "For safety reasons downed I are brought to bear on those of faith. I same as the Trinitarian con- For An AppointmentFR y Rf
press service has been "good." trees and debris and high I who do not join any church. Many of the 66,000,000 Americans -: ception of Christians.The .

'Eastern Air Lines sales winds, we wouldn't run today," who do not belong to any I II Protestant conception of 2-8039 Today.
agent Jane Winner said "all he explained. ,
Why, then, do so many -
planes will be on schedule as "Also," he said, "most bus-
millions stay away from our
far as we know." inesss are closed today." ;
churches and the solace they
Eastern has two flights into "We have offered our ser-
offer, the hope they proffer: ; ,
Gainesville, and they are bothin vices," said Shaw, "to civil de- a
Is it because they are "bad"people Gainesville's .
the evening, Miss Winners fense authorities. If necessary, ? Surely not. 4 4dWc

id. Flight 686 goes south, we are prepared to move peo- o USe t S I II ,, :<
to Vero Beach, flight 689 goes ple. Many stay away from a Only Carpet I Ii i S ItN
north to Jacksonville. It is possible Shaw said that Orlando city church because of the denomi- rpe = ta
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these flights may be buses did not run yesterdayand national rivalries and bicker- C 0.. g t

cancelled. only ran a half day on ing. Some dislike formal, elaborate Inc. Specialty Shop f- 4S:fs.
-Eastern is Gainesville's only Tuesday. rituals. And some

\ scheduled airline. Shaw said that bus service (though they do not know it) OF GAINESVILLE ..

There is still rail service, but t would be resumed Friday morn- follow the example of the noblest -

U"L will run late, according to, ing. man our land has pro-
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but one of my neighbors called ; ,

t WITH CEILING FALLING the county patrol and they came r
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Woman Remains With Pets I because trended in they YrwORTYE the thought house. I was 30 DAYS IN SEPTEMBER FAMOUS




,t (EDITOR'S NOTE. : A Jack roared in from the sea. Hereis while and some of the ceiling in I r .IN rNEATREa.

I 'tonville woman, alone at home her account of a frightening the bedroom had fallen in. The .J.fOO H..t'_Roed.Rt,M fR 4501)...
> MCKESSON
I with her pet, decided to stay experience; of being insideas electricity was out and water LAST TIMES
there when Hurricane Dora the wind tore at her home OPEN 'i4i, SHOW; 7;1S
and trees toppled into it with was pouring in the room. I Set Beth Complete Late as f:OS

An All-Time MASTERPIECE the sound of dynamite.) moved as much furniture ,as I LEE ANGIE
ft.h' MARVIN ,DICKINSON
THRU SAT. By MRS. HELEN SMITH: could to get it out of the .
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Maltese cat, two of her kittens .
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when the
!and a parakeet I
1,. v>... winds began to blow. HALEY DEBORAH
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[ I was watching a pine tree .. .. .... I The Chalk Garden"THEY
; : ,out the back window when it 214 NW 13th FR 6.6472 II j disregard for money pay exorbitant prices for the the whole family!Get a six month supply. enough
., ell and hit the neighbor's utili- ALSO IN OCALA Identical formulas and quality of vitamins they can to take care of your needs until March of 1965.
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!ty room I was worried for her ; buy at % price, two for one, or special savings. You'll remember this September..because of oil

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; !the Iran house.to the front and started AND MAKE LOVE WITH ABANDON !

r e ,., ,screaming and then another
\ :tree fell on the power lines in
?f, ; the front yard. I ran back to % PRICE ON ECONOMY
SIZES 2
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in the rear of the house fell.I >r',.
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all along the street. I looked SPECIAL FORMULAIMPROVED CANDY-LIKE CHEWABLE VITAMIN B-1 EACH BOTTLE $ 49
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''corner it looked like the wind e .1. :J i.,,,, ISO Capsules ((6 mo*. sopply) 250 Tablets (sy nos.supply 10009.-100's REG. 50"NOW

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I The wind died down after a BABY PARTY".... I SLUMS.mho became on the young $480 $375 $425 I 25 $249
that ended up In a a doctor and had ta.doctor's girl by )( }( E&CH BOTTLE $4

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Haywood Sullivan cavorted at quarterback for the
Happiness is a healthy Boog
Gators the 6-4 signal-caller ranked as one of the tallest men \ .i
Powell.To .
at the position in Southeastern Conference history. ,
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It appears Alabama is going to match that next sea- \. '):;,r:(; ., ........ ; j< To the other American,
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son.The i League pennant contenders, a

Crimson Tide has a most talented sophomore, .. .<' healthy Boog is unhappier thana

Wayne Trimble, 6-4, 215 pounds. He is a quarterback by Shakespearean tragedy.

trade. But no one is going to beat our senior Joe Namath k
Powell, the Orioles' slugging _
this _
year. .
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: So Trimble has been switched to halfback and, accord two-run homers in Balti Thursday, September 10, 1964
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ing to Tom Siler, Knoxville News Sentinel sports editor .. more's 6-3 first-game victory

will move back behind center next season. ILiL i'."! ..; \00; and belted three singles in a 4-3
I/ '.". .. losing cause in the second came
Siler had a recent breakdown of SEC teams, picked Ole kiL',;.J.i ih'" of the Wednesday twi-night

Miss to win the crown again with the Gators sixth. doubleheader. increased his record to 15-7. The land's 10th, but that wasn't

Gator Flavor in TennesseeThere's Tigers scored all of their runs inthe' enough.

The SEC breakdownHere's Despite. the split, the Orioles seventh inning, the last Dick Radatz, the victim of

increased their lead to one three Don Wert's home Held's homer tied a league.
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..1..1 on runoff ,
a touch of < "i t' c Tennessee football picture this season. -
game over second-place Chicago Whitey Ford 14-6. mark with his 71st pitching
of his observations for From left are head coach Doug Dickey former UF ,
are some' passed along quarterback; Bob Woodruff, ; and 1* games over third- Carl .Yastrzemski's two-run Baltimore's Stu
what they're worth. ex-UF coach now ahtletic director at UT and Jimmy Dunn one-time Gator appearance.
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place New York. The White Sox last
homer in the 10th inning carried Miller set the record sea-
player and assistant coach head offensive backfield
now coach for the Vols.
Mississippi -' Objective critics say this may be best Reb lost to Minnesota 5-2 while the Red Sox past the Indians. son. The major league record is

el team ever. Stan Hindman, junior guard, carried 245 Detroit dumped the Yankees 4- Woody Held countered with a 74, held by Jim Konstanty of the_

pounds, like a. ballet dancer. Ole Miss' schedule is still too o.-- bases-empty blast in Cleve, 1950 Philadelphia Ph lies.

soft Hurricane Sets Gator Even 'Split I :

'Alabama !. Crimson Tide partisans claim Paul Bryant Powell returned to action only

wilt show ojMhe best college passer in America, one Joe last Saturday after missing 14 Dora Forces : : I

Namath. The defense will be mobile and dedicated. Drills Back Even MoreHurricane games suffered with against a fractured Boston Aug.wrist 20.

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During his absence, Baltimore. f'f I II

managed only an even split in
Dora is tossing a with SMU on Sept. 19. ers fit and helps prevent injur 14 games. I I LanceiiaiionOf

giant sized monkey wrench After missing yest e r

into the football practice plansof day's session outdoors, and iftoday's ies.As the coaches noted yesterday Powell failed to hit in his first

Florida's Gators and Coach goes by the boards, looking at the wind whip- three times at bat after his Grid DrillsGainesville

Ray Graves, although not liking also, the chances of serious injuries ped rain lashing the practicefield return but now has seven' hits in

it one bit, doesn't know cropping up Saturday increase no one yet has figuredout his last 11 trips to the plate,

what he can do about it. in proportion. The daily a defense to stop a hurri- raising his average to ..291.
High School and; ence schools, as well as San-
The Gators tried to go out on ead-knocking keeps the play- cane. I He slammed his 33rd homer P. K. Yonge football practicesran ta Fe, Starke and Lincoln, is

the practice field yesterday but following Buster Narum's walkto afoul of bad weather- expected to continue today.

AuburnIf Alabama has the best passer, Auburn has the inclement weather forced them -BY 8-2 VOTE I Norm Siebern in the first thanks to Hurricane Dora -! The Sun was unable to contact -
best 'runner quarterback in Jimmy Sidle. He gets great I of and
,into classrooms at Florida inning Wednesday opener yesterday. of the coaches due
help from Tucker Frederickson and a line that back with his 34h after many
grew up Gym. There, the Gators watched came
Coach Jim Niblack said to restriction of phone calls to
last fall. Auburn could win 'em alL AL another walk to Siebern in the
films of last Southern Officially I
year's GUS was unable to work at all. area because of the hurricane.

LSU '- The offense depends on Pat Screen, junior quarter Methodist games. SMU is sixth. Coach Mike Gutierrez said the

back who suffered a broken shoulder in mid season of the opening foe only nine days Clutch Single Blue Wave had 3045 minutes;

1963. LSU is two deep in lettermen at most line positions. away. Sale 1 The 23-year-old Powell figured of calisthenics at PKY Big UpsetT

Chances of an outdoor practice Approves I in all of the Orioles' scoring in gym yesterday morning, hada

the nightcap. He ignited a two- board talk and then dismiss
State UnderratedMississippi today are almost nil, too, II I -n N OI. -nOil
and that's where the rub By JOE REICHLER i J]run rally m tne lourtn inning ed.Niblack J.J.J. J. 1 Cl UHJJ.J.CIJLNet

State Paul Davis had an underrated team comes in. BOSTON (AP) "I just hope with a one-out single and said he is hopeful of

last fall and it's a puzzle this time, too. Paul lost three I will never have to say stroked a clutch single in the getting in a workout at the Tourney
"We need the work sixth when the Orioles
tied the
badly, "' GHS today. Gutierrez
coaches and two priceless players-State will be dangerous it, I told you so. gym
Graves said. "We were behind game 3-3. plans another one, also.
again capable of beating team.
any schedule before the hurricane. Arthur Allyn of the FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP)
I A former Orioles, Willie Kirkland The annual fall wrapup game
Florida The Gators lack field leadership and line Missing two days will set us White Sox, a very fierce prevented a doubleheader *tween the Purples and Whites Women's tennis in the United

depth. The quarterback job by mid season might fall to back to the point where we will frustrated club owner, weep of the Senators. Kirkland still is scheduled tomorrow States is on the ascendancy

Steve Spurrier of Johnson City, Tenn. have trouble catching up." this fervent wish today whom Washington acquired -night at Citizens Field, Nib- again after a brief letdown -
and in the forefront is demure
laving led and lost a a
from Baltimore last
Kentucky A. sleeper troublemaker. The Wildcats still Bright Side lacksaid..
a California mother, Karen.
lack but few schools have standouts like ..... .. . battle_ to stop _the month, clouted a two-out homerin
depth. .individual un tne origni sloe, ana just Broadcasting System the ninth of the Pastpone Session Hantze Susman.
inning -
second
Rick' Norton Rodger Bird, Frank Antonini and Rick Kest- about the only bright side, is entering the inner sanctum game, breaking the 3-3 PKY, due to scrimmage to- Mrs. Susman, 21, of San

ner. the fact that several injured UF major league baseball.By deadlock. morrow 'afternoon on its field, Diego, Calif., fashioned the J

Tennessee The Volunteers start all over with a new players are using the lost prac-' the 8 to 2 club Chicago remained only .0004 will postpone the contact ses- biggest upset of the National ,I
same
coach, new offense and new defense. The hope for a 5-5 sea tice time to recuperate from count that had been ahead[ of the Yankees as the sion at least until Saturday Championships Wednesday

son rests on a better defense a sound kicking game and minor hurts. I and acquired Twins battered 17-game winner morning. Gutierrez said, "If we when she knocked out Margaret
a telegraph telephone
enough blocking to spring fullback Stan Mitchell. When the Gators resume out- of a month ago, the Juan Pizarro in the second and don't get it in by Saturday, Smith of Australia, the 1962
champion and No. 2 seed 4-6 6-
third ,
innings. we'll just lose the contact work
door work, tomorrow at the League, in a near day-
Georgia The Bulldogs are beginning anew. Like Ten 4, 6-4.
Minnesota tied the game 2-2 inthe altogether. We won't have t
nessee, they'll fight for their lives every time out. earliest perhaps, team captain meeting Wednesday, any
Larry Dupree, kicker Hal 'Seymour approved the sale of 80 per second as Jimmie Hall more before our opener." She became one of five American -
Vanderbilt Jack Green expects decided Improvementover doubled in a run and scored on Gutierrez survivors in the
place kicker JimmyHall of the New York Yankees said lineman Kevin quarter-

lost year's 1-7-2 record. The talent is on the upgradeand tackle Dennis Murphy; $11.2! million to the Earl Battey's single. Bob Allison Fitzpatrick suffered torn ligaments -finals, the best American showing *

the team is moving up from the pushover class. and halfback Allen Trammell television and radio network.Dr. snapped the stalemate with in a drill last Tuesday."He in the last few ye lI s.

Tulane -' The schedule is much too tough for the talentat should be over varied ailments Frank Stanton, CBS president a then two-run scored triple as Hall in fouled the out.third, will miss probably the Karen foot-faulted 20 times

hand. Texas,' Alabama, Duke Mississippi State, Mississippi such as tonsilitis, virus expressed -delight '' first two games," the PKY and served 16 double-faults in

and Georgia Tech. That's the first six, and after thatit infection, pulled leg muscle, gratification with the manner I 'I' Five Hitter coach informed. the first two sets but won when

won't matter. shin splints and ruptured blood which the club owners Mickey Lolich stopped New Other area schools canceledout the Australian girl doublefaulted -

vessel. 1 the controversial matter 1 York on five hits, posted his drills along with classes.I at set point in the last two

Caught on the Run I Graves still is with the Charles 0. Finley of seventh straight victory and The idle period for most Su sets.
toying Kansas City Athletics, third consecutive shutout and wannee and Riverland ConferAmerican -
idea of night drills to enable called the American Opponents

Florida State University isn't planning to use a spread the Gators to catch up. action "a railroad job." Karen's quarter-final oppo-

formation against Miami next weekend but a little bird Final : League nent is Carole Caldwell Graebner -

from Tallahassee has informed that the Seminoles have Test "I requested of Dr. of Santa Monica, Calif.
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some unusual, for FSU, plans for the Hurricanes in their Another point that worries that CBS withdraw its offer The winner plays the survivorof
the UF coaches is this. A full
purchase the Yankees for
opener. the match between third-
scale game scrimmage is due of baseball said Night Game Night GameBOSTON I
good BALTIMORE WASHINGTON CLEVELAND seeded Billie Jean Moffitt of
The British Commonwealth team from Washington beat at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at FlorIda first of the owners to exit abrhbi abrhbi abrkbi abrhN,
Adair 2b Beach Calif. and
Savannah, Ga., in Labor Day cricket matches at Williams- Field. It 4000 Cottier 2b 3110 Jones 2b 4000 Francona rf 3010: Long Nancy
will be the final the stormy IVz hour Aparlcio ss 3100 Zimmer 3b 4 120
Schilling 2b 1000 of Dallas the I
burg, Va. The Sun's cricket scribe. Cedric Stratton reports big test for I Powell If 4130: Hinton If :3000 Mlntllla' 2 0 Brown rf 100 Richey assuring
the opener hereBy behind locked doors. B.R'b's'n :3b 3 1 :3 1 lock cf 4112 Yastfskl Chance ph 101 0 United States of at least one I
the British won the toss and took their bats first, forcing Bowens rf 4012 Sievers Ib 4000 Stuart lb cf 4110 5l32Moran pr 000
Howser ss 4 1 1 0
Brandt cf 4000 Leppert c 2000 finalist. I
the Georgians (and five UP cricket club players) to Orsino Ib 2000 V.I'ntlneproooo Williams lb 1000 Romano ph 1 0 1 0

field in a blazing sun three hours and then bat late in the Gators Siebern Blair pr Ib 1000 0000 Kirkland Brumley c rf 4 1000 1 1 1 Smith Thomas If rf 5121 5113 Whitfield Fuller pr lb 000 S 1 2 0 1 The United States' two big

afternoon with the sun in their eyes for two more hours. Could Win Barber Brown c p 4000 3000 Osteen Kennedy p ss 2010 3000 Malzone Tillman c 3b 3010 4010 Alvis Wagner 3b If 411 400 guns, Dennis Ralston and Chuck

Final scores were 147 72 and 13289. Vince Morton of the b"I Totals 32373 Tetals 30 4 t 3 Wilson p 4000 Davallllo cf 4022 McKinley survived to the men's
....._..... Tn _t.\. \.1 '>1\ _..J in S._ \.:_ L__ _u__<_ Two out when winning run scored. c 400 ,
ur LIUJJ nau 4 Aim 111 IUT 1113 iwu euuris. Baltimore ................. GOt 201 00t-3 I-leIdTh 411Tiant quarter-finals but they have a
Ricky Turner Cedar of last _............ p 200
Key cage ace Washington 100 200 101-4 Salmon rf 200 hard road ahead against invading
I season, left recently for York, Nebraska, Or Be in 2nd E-Barber. DP-Baltimore 1, Washington Totals <10< Totals :9t S 9Mto S rivals, including Australians

where he has full He 1. LOB-Baltimore 5, Washington 4. ........... .... ..000040003
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signed oy raui Toucnton, a ur graduate ana (7) Robinson.IP H R ERBB SO Tony Roche, plus defending
'till former Jacksonville Landon cager who now is THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "We'll upset some of the Barber., L. '.13 ... ,I 2-3 6 4 3 4 13Osteen Cleveland-Jones 4.25Yastrzemskl. Wilson. LOB Boston i" champion Rafael Osuna of
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Tickets still selling well at UF for all Gator team in the Southeastern Conference -I ful not to lose to the other CHICAGO MINNESOTA I (15), Whitfield (t), Held (11).. I

f. home football games. It's probably theTunier which could win the on our schedule," he said. brhbi abrbbi Wilson .-..-...-... 0 IP ("R 4 ERBB 1 5 SO 4Radatz. Ralston seeded No. 2, from
Landis cf 4000 Kindall ss 4000' W, 14-0 ,.12-33 1 1 0 2 Bakersfield, Calif., won over 41-
finest home schedule in history, considering championship or just as easily] "Someone could sneak up Buford 2b 3110 Rollins 30 4010 Heffner ............ 1.3 0 0 0 0 I''
the opposition: and despite the "needle" of recent by scribe could finish in the second divi us while we're were trying to Robinson rf 4 1 2 0 Oliva rf 4120! Tiant ............. 52-3 5 4 4 2 5 year-old Vie Seixas, the Davis
Ward 3b 4010 Killebrew If 3 2 1 0 Stange ........... 21-3 2 0 0 0 2A
Benny Marshall of Birmingham News who wonders why sion. the same thing to Skowron Ib 4012 Goryl 2b 0000' 'ftltfly. L, 2-4 .. 1 2-3 3 2 2 1 1 Cup captain 6-1, 6-4, 62. Mc-
Weis pr 0000 Allison Ib 4112 Bell .. ...... ........ 1-35 0 S S J Kinley, seeded No. 4, from San
Gators think slate is so tough. He lists SMU, South Carolina, The Gators have their best' else." McCraw If 4000 Hall cf 2112 Wilson faced 1 man in fth.
Hansen ss 4000 Battey c 3011 T2:5L.551.. Antonio Tex., turned back Ron
Georgia FSU and all of whom four less
Miami won or gamesin team in years, but their confer- Florida will be much Carreon 2000 Kostro 2b 3010'

1963. True but he didn't list Mississippi LSU, Ole Miss, ence schedule reads like a offensively this year, but just Martin Pizarro c p 2000 1000 Grant Minctier p Ib 3010 SIlO NEW YORK abrhbi DETROIT lit, II" N.Y.Holmberg, 7-5 6-4 of 8-6.Highland Falls,

Auburn! and Alabama. Who's Who of college football. little weaker d efe n s i vel Stephens ph:: 1 0 1 0 I Kubek ss 4OlOWert3b 4113 ,
H'shtfoT ph 1 0 0 0 Rkh'd-n 2b 4 0 0 0 Lumpe 2b 402 0
Florida must play MississippiState Graves said. The Gator ; Total 34262 Totals 353 Maria rf 4OllKaIinert :300

Louisiana State and and kicking has shown Chicago ... ... ..... ... 20t 101 180-2 Mantle If 4010 Demeter lb 4 0 1 0 LauderdaleWins
Mississippi game Minnesota .. .on...... 023 SOS ..&-5 Howard e 4l2SFreehinc 402
Tresh cf 3000 Brown If 411
on consecutive week most improvement. E Kindall. OP 2. LOB-Oli-
-Chicago Pepitone lb 2 0 0 0 Thcmas cf 3110
ends during the first half of the cago 6. Minnesota X2B Boyer 3b :3010 M'A'ISffe as 2 1 1 1
Bright Spots -Skowron. Ward. Hall. diva. 3b- Ford p 2000 Lolich p 4101 Title
season. Allison. SB-Oliva. SF-Hall. Lopez ph Ill
The brightest.spots in the IP H R ERBB SO Totals 3lISlTetalS!. 34404
Then, Florida has a homecoming Pizarro.L.17-.4 7 S S 1 2 .
___!__ L___ Dreamer against aoutn 1 Wilhelm .-.h... 2 1 1 I 1 S Detroit .................... ... 000 4tx-.4
NATIONAL LEAGUEW. AMERICAN LEAGUE I Carolina before back Larry Dupree, a Grant. W, 13-10 .. f 2 2 I 2 The Fort Lauderdale Yankees
L Pet. G... W. L Pet. G... closing out its 196-pound senior who has T-2:01. A-13, 15. E-None. DP-New York 1. LOB-New return home champions of the
Philadelphia 03 26 j7 Baltimore 14 57 .596 conference schedule with three York 5. Detroit I.
St. Louis 71 .561 5 Chicago M st ja 1 the all-SEC team the past Twilight Game -, 38-Lumps. HR-Wert (f). -Free, Florida State League today, after -
Cincinnati 77 41 Ja4 e New York II 51.sa7 iVi straight games against Alabama BALTIMORE WASHINGTON nan.
San Fran. 7$ 43 .!S3' Detroit 75 47 J28 *Vk Auburn and seasons, and quarterbacks I alt,It .. akrbbi IP H B ERBBS winning the fourth playoff
Pittsburgh 71 J14 11 Los Angeles 74 73: Ji4 HVi Georgia. and Steve Green cf i 0 llBIa'game2bSl2 1 Ford.L144..f2-31 4 4 2 6
Milwaukee 71 a JM 12 Minnesota 71 70 .554 13 Coach Ray Graves, despitethe Shannon Spurrier. Apartcio u SOIlZim'erSb 5032 Reniff .......... 1-3. 0 I I game against St. Petersburg
Los Angeles 70 .504( 13Chk.g Cleveland 65 71 .453 14tt Shannon, a &-1, 17&-pound Siebern Ib 3300 Hinton M 4000 Miklr.e15el1 1" 0 I 2 0 5-1.
63 74 .451 20 Boston 62 M .437 22V* schedule, is talking less now Powell If 4224 King rf 4020 LotIchWU-7..0 S" 0 112
Houston 51 *3 .411 26 Washington 54 17 ..39: 29 ior who has started for a ]I Brandt If 0010 Lock cf 2000 WP-Ford, MIkkelsen. T 2:23. A-ZC-"
New York 41 n -33 35 Kansas City 51 It .:IU 12v..y's and enjoying it more-cOaching, will the B.Rscn3b 4111C&inhasnlb4lll 535. The hero of the final game in
Results and a half, open BowensfI 4010 Brumtey c 4000
Yesterday's that is. "I've
never enjoyed the best-of-five series
Resoits but t Lau e 4110 Kennedy ss 411. playoff
St. louis 10 Philadelphia s 11pttbur0Il innirgs in the top slot may
4. Cincinnati Baltimore t-3 Washington 3-4 coaching a team as much as 1 I Saverln.pC0 1 llNarwnp 1000 Wednesday was rightfielder Willie -
7. New York 4 Detroit 4. New York 0 himself trailing Brown 0000 Sievers ph 0000Adair Fires No-Hitter
Milwaukee
Houston 3 Minnesota 5. Chicago 2 have this one, he said. "I'm 2b LSllCottlerpr 0100 Mobley. Mobley bIt a triple
Chicago e
Boston .. Cleveland S 10 Innings Spurrier before the season Roberts p 1010 Phillips ph 1000Pmtella
Francisco 1
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Los Ang elq. really looking forward to this,
and stole two bases
Today's Games Only games scheduled over. pr ills 2010 LITTLE ROCK (AP) MorriS two singles,
Sadeckl 17-f at Philadelphia Today's Game season. McNally
St. Louts and drove in one run.
Short 157Clnclnn New York Downing 11-7 at Detroit Spurrier, who is brilliant l t llp Totals 374 1000 U 4 Totals 3433 Stevens put a spectacular

Friend, tI IMS.Purkey night M at Pittsburgh Chicago Aguirre Horlen 5-0 11-0 at Minnesota Kaat ExplainsBut nothing but good at Baltimore .:..-MO Ill OOV-4 finish on Arkansas' drive for the The Yankees scored three

Los co Angeles Pierce Ortega 1-0 or 4-7 Buffalo at San-t.Frnos night Boston 1-47 Lamabe t-12 at Cleveland Siebert Graves his guard up, is one of .the biggest catches I Washi ttoa) ......... 020 000 1EBllSlngame. LOB- Eastern Division championshipin times in the seventh inning and
DP Baltimore 1.
Houston Johnson 10-14 at Chicago s- night was quick to explain that con-, come out of the East Baltimore 4. Washington- S. Pacific Coast League by; once each in the third and fifth

Milwaukee Jackson U-10 Blasingame 4-4 at Nur York Baltimore Krewtzer 55night Pappas 14-5 at Washington ference championships are notw mountains in years. The 6- --Powell 23-Roberts 2 (141.. Lau Sa-Saverine.Adair. McNally.S-Nlrum.HR pitching a no-hit game as the frames. In the seventh Inning

Stallard 51$ Only games scheduled Games on by playing Mississippi, 193-pounder from Johnson ; IP N R E.I.SO Travelers defeated Dallas 3-0 I Mike Ferraro drove in one run
Tomorrows
Tomorrow's Games Roberts ......._. 2 S 2 2 1 0
New York at Lot Angeles. N Kansas City at Baltimore. 2. twilight State in Jackson, Louisiana, will be brought along McNally.W, HI 4133 1 1 2 1 Wednesday night Only one with a sacrifice fly and Sherm
Pittsburgh at Houston. N Chicago at Cleveland. N Hall ...... .... 22-3 1 I 0 0 2 I Iia
Cincinnati at Milwaukee N Minnesota at New York. N State hi Baton Rouge or Alabama ., Graves said.Running -Narum.L0-13..7: 7 5 5 2 Dallas player reached base, on r Carter drove in two more wits
Philadelphia at San Francisco. N Washington at Detroit. N at Tuscaloosa. tailback will Duckworth 2 3 I I. 0 2'Ian,
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JACK HAND The East looks like a wide With Alex Karras, like' Hor- Dallas should have the wild

NEW YORK (AP) Paul open scramble among New nung back from a year's suspension -'est games in the league with

Hot Pace Hornung will lead Green Bay to York, St. Louis and Cleveland, I Detroit's formidable Tommy McDonald and .Buddy

Keep Up the Western Conference title with Washington a long-shot defensive unit is intact but a Dial catching and nobody to

and Y.A. Tittle's magic will possibility. Despite the Giants' year older. Much depends on stop the other side. Joe Kuhar-

make it four straight for New sad 1-4 record in the exhibition Milt Plum's.arm. ch's rebuilding program at

. By MIKE RATHET the Chicago Cubs just before the ielphia reliever Jack Bald. York in the East, setting up games and player shake-ups of Minnesota, with a perfect 5-0 Philadelphia is coming along !

Associated Press Sports Writer June 15 trading deadline, has schun. Curt Flood and Brock 'another Packer-Giant showdownfor earthquake proportions, Allie exhibition record, looks tough nicely but don't expect too much ,I

I. Can the St. Louis Cardinals go supplied a big stick' in an outfield singled and both rode home on a the National Football Sherman still has the old Bald with Bill Brown and Tommy the first ).ear. --: ,

for broke with Lou Brock? depleted by Stan Musial's double by White. Richie Allen'serror League title Dec. 27 at Yankee Eagle and a flock of nifty pass Mason approximating Green .t

That was the big question in retirement. enabled White to score t, Stadium.The catchers. Bay's ground punch of Hornungand

the National League after Brock before run-producing: singles by Jim Taylor.
.311 Average Julian Javier and pitcher Bob '. Packers are generally Soundest Club
continued his heavy hitting for ) "o/fj.
the Cardinals slamming a Brock, a 25-year-old left Humphreys wrapped up the ;i being picked to dethrone the St. Louis is the soundest clubin Front Four Jl
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homer and four singles as St. hander swinger, was hitting I rally. -::::-': ,,, Chicago Bears in the West, with the East but they still have to Los Angeles should beat out

: Louis whipped first-place Philadelphia -.only .251 for the Cubs but has Bob Veale brought his recordto KEN BOYER Baltimore and possibly Detroit prove themselves under chainpionship San Francisco for sixth place. ;

10-5 in 11 innings hit at a .351 clip for the Cardinals ; 16-10 for the Pirates. became Homer, SingleEagle and Minnesota challenging. fire and may be a bit That Ram front four on defensecan -

: Wednesday night int he scoring 64 runs, driving in the; first Pittsburgh ptcner: in .thin. in defense. Cleveland has give anybody fits. t ,
opener
I.
30 bases in'79 ,
33 and stealing reach the 200-strike- a
to
of a two-game series. history added passing strength with Tittle and the passcatchingcorps

, The victory was the 13th in 16 games while moving into the top out level by fanning five, but rookie flanker Paul Warfield to give the edge to the

: : games for the second-place 10 among the mark.hitters with an I needed one-out relief help from Blocking complement Jim Brown's running Giants in the East although
over-all .311
S Cardinals the Phillies have Al McBean before subduing the but something always Sherman still has no running

: an 8-9 record over the same The Cardinals' vic! ry.lef. Reds. seems to go wrong. With Sonny defense and pass protection.The HURRICANE] ;
them one game up on Cincinnatiand The Pirates scored a'l) their rookie Cards have fine
: period and kept them steam- Jurgensen, Charley a passerin
rolling toward the top while San Francisco, who remained runs in the fourth against Joey Tops in Drills Taylor and veteran Sam Huff in Charley Johnson, brilliant

; whittling Philadelphia's league six games off the pace. Jay on a walk, singles by Rob- the lineup, Washington is highly receivers in Sonny Randle and WARNING :
" The Reds lost to Pittsburgh 4-1] erto Clemente, Willie Stargell --
lead to five games. respected. Bobby Joe Conrad and a big
: and the Giants were whackedby and Bill Mazeroski plus a dou- By BRUCE DUDLEY Hurricane Dora has 11 a w. A FOre TgEEOWt1
And Brock, the key man in a Here's the way it looks from punch in Prentice Gautt and Joe
the Los Angeles Dodgers 8-1. ble by Jim PagMarom. Blocking was the keynote of thorne Coach Bill Collins wor- for )hurricanes I
six-player trade completed\with here before the opening gun: Childress. If they can stop the jTb Mwon
Elsewhere, Milwaukee ied. "If that hurricane comes Jr *to toert. Heavy rains a4r
Bronson drills recently as
Five Hitter WESTERN CONFERENCE big running teams like Cleve- liurrlcant winds cause I
whipped the New York Mets 7-4 I Coach John Rutledge preparedhis through here, we're going to lot of damage. Horn earner .,
Don Drysdale brought his 1..Green Bay land and Pittsburgh they can
and the Cubs defeated Houston team for the rapidly! miss a lot of practice," he can prepare by"calHng
ElectricalLIGHTING approaching Florida Pest Control's iree ear
record to 17-13 for the Dodgers, 2. Chicago win.

6-3. 11 checking the Giants on five hits Rive rland Con- said. ._5.. '..nifP6......"........ geol.wre.0>>> .for.ilk..*.a.MIVIVW_HURRICANE.......* ._ _*iiipviv!CHECK-...... ,mrspectlon ....
The Cardinals, who were ference football openers. "Our offensive timing is off Browns Improve f your property for
while receiving from a 4. Detroit
: ( I behind the Phillies support limbs trees that are weak or 1
on or
games Davis Quarterback Johnny Griffin and we need a lot of practiceon Cleveland has improved but for
INSTALLED three-homer salvo. Willie 5. Minnesota rotten. and recommendations &
: .Aug. 24, were two runs behind Frank and center Morace Moody were it," Collins reported. "We'll must face both Green Bay and the prevention of unnecessary
S Residential S Commercial ; Into the ninth but tied it 5- cracked a grand slam, 6. Los Angeles I damage. There Is no charge for
going
mention for their
special work both offense and defense
Industrial Howard hit a three-run shot and given on Detroit from the other confer this service. Put your confidence
7. San Francisco !
:5 on singles by Charley James In FPC we
The Moody the week before the
: CALL I Tommy Davis connected with blocking ability. game EASTERN CONFERENCE ence. Those small pass defense, carry complete Insurance
and Brock, his steal of second, family also received praise in but right now I'm .r.cerned men still will have trouble. .. coverage fer your protecj'2n. -
the bases
: C. P. Dressier empty. 1. New York
Bill White's and ._
grounder 8 the the backfield where Morace's with getting the offense mov Washington has come withan .
Joe Torre up
supplied power Louis
single by Ken Boyer. Boyer had 2. St.
Electrical Contractor : brother Horace carries the fullback's -
ing. exciting in
hit homer earlier. for the Braves, driving in four 3. Cleveland runner Taylor, FREE INSPECTION
Phone FR 6-6193 I a runs with two doubles and a duties. In recent offensive drills, Collins plus an experienced quarter tr ESTIMATESggONTROL
Then, in the 11th, the Cardinals End Steve Bird r e c e i ve d 4. Washington
910 N.W. 4th St. II single while Tony Cloninger, said halfback Donald Gil. back, Jurgensen, and more
struck Phila. 5. Pittsburgh
against ace now 16-12, pitched a four-hitter. praise from the Eagle coach land and end Andy Fu'tz have 6. Dallas catching skill in Angelo Coia 1I.4LORIDAIST

along with Horace Moody for been> doing a good job for the Huff .
Joe Christopher homered for the must help the defense all It
7. PhiladelphiaPaul
Join The Mets. their offensive Offensive skills.Stars Hornets. Hornung's return after ayear's season for that leaky pass cover

Billy Williams hit his 32nd "If our timing gets straightened for has killed the Skins for yeras.
suspension betting on
"On defense I'd single out ACHtMKAL co.
homer his third in as many out, we'll be okay," the ambitionof Pittsburgh has been slow
and the driving
Leslie Jordon and Bill Schos-
games for the Cubs, who Hawthorne coach reported. games coming around but it has a stiff
said. Jordon Coach Vince Lombardi to
sler
"HAPPY CHANGE"to snapped a 3-3 tie against the fills, the Rutledge end spot on defense Cedar Key Coach Ron Brum make up for last year's defeats punch in John Henry Johnson Phone 376-2561:

Colts with a three-run seventh. mitt said two of his players and some tough muscle
men
I and Schossler is a defensive by the Bears should be enough up]
Jim Stewart's two-run single Lonnie Alford and Miles Smith front.
,
I ,halfback. tn tin the scales in favor of .
broke the deadlock. 1- --r -- --
received minor injuries
over I strides in this
Green Bay. Big
I the weekend and will II
holiday
race will be taken in the first

National League Boxes :be while.out of action for 3 short three; with Packers playing! JLU JOHNSON ;


: :I:4IE7TIsLThe: : ST. LOUIS PHILADELPHIA IP H R ER BBSO "We're going to have a light on Chicago successive, Baltimore weekends.and Detroit I & PARIS j

abrhbi abrhbi Bruce ............ 6 8 3 3 0 4 week in an effort to get everybody
Flood cf l2lORolascf 6121 Owens ........... 2 1 0 C 2 2 Alert Defense I t1\ 7' I I.i LAWN & GARDEN
Brock If 6 451 Callison rf 6121 xFarrell, U 11-8 0 3 3 3 1 0 back in shape, Biummit SUPPLY Headquarters 4
1Esr' White Ib 6123 Allen 3b 4011 McDaniel ......... 1 0 0 0 0 1 said. The Shark coach said: he Despite the Bears' troubles in!i V/i1'- ': 4I
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Boyer b3 5133 Johnson I If 2010 yEllsWth W. 14-14 8 > 3 2 0 0 471iT I
Groat ss 4010 C'vingfn If 1 000 xFaced 4 men in 7th. had been holding two :practices -the exhibition games with a I 4
Skinner rf 4010 H'rrnst'n If 1000 y Faced 2 men in 9th. I
Pants That Shannon rf 2101 Taylor 2b 5020 HBP By Ellsworth (Fox). WP a .day to get the team in. spluttering offense, George
Javier 2b 4 1 2 1 Cater Ib 5110 Bruce. Owens. T 2:08. A 2054. shape but with school starting Halas has that same alert defensive
McC'ver c 5020 Trlandos c 2 0 1 0
Simmons p 2010 DaCmple c 2000 CINCINNATI PITTSBURGH yesterday, practice will be cut unit that won the league
NEVER NEED IRONING Warwick ph 1000 Amaro ss 5230 abrhbl abrhbl II
James ph 1010 Bunning p 1000 Ruiz 2b 5030 Bailey 3b 4010 to one session each afternoon. championship last December.,
Maxvill 0000 Briggs ph 1000 Harper If 502 OVlrdon cf 3000
pr won't blast
The Bears anybodyoff
: Spiezio ph 1000 B'dschun p 1011 Pinson cf 5110 Clemente rf 3 1 2 0 I
H'phreys p 1011 Gonzalez ph 1000 Robinson rf 4020 Lynch If 3100 the field but they'll be in:
Totals 52 10 20 10 Totals 43 514 5 Johnson Ib 4OllMota If 0000 Pansy Hawes ,K_ .... *... trwLi-_' .
.i St. louis .............. ICO 020 CM 05-10 Cardenas Coker c IS 4020 4000 AAazero'l Stargell Ib 2b 4111 412'1 ,I there. I LL.n-4;; :
Men'sWaist 1\Philadelphia ......... 110 200 Oil 005 Boros 3b 3000 Pagliaroni c 3 0 1 :2 Tony Lorick looked so good I

28-38 Crease stays in \Louis E-Brock 1. Philadelphia. Bunning 1.Allen.LOB DP It.-Louis St. Jay Queen p ph l000AIleyss l000VeaIep 3010 3000 Vesta Aiken against the Steelers that it is I NOW IS THE TIME TO

wrinkles fall out I Philadelphia 9.2B Pavl'tich ph 1 0 1 0 tempting to pick Baltimore I
\\2 White (2). McCarver Cal'Ison Allen Keough pr 0000
6.98 I .-Taylor, Baldschen. HR-Brock (10), Rose ph 1010 Lead Golfers higher than third. Johnny Uni- PLAN & PREPARE FOR
They never bag or sag, Boyer (21). SB Brock, Javier. S Total M 1131 Totals 30454 tas has some fine targets but. \

never" lose their press4Huckes 8unning. IP. H RERBBSO Cincinnati............_...._...h. .................................. a n 110_ .eoo_._.._. ._000-1.._._,, 'I.i.t.LUC: UClCIliC_;___ 13 5.. BIIUCT1115_1.__:.." 11.0 a.. ....f..)....... FALL PLANTING- -- .- a.
Simmons ....... 3 2 3 10 4 4 1 1 I KEYSTONE HEIGHTSPlayis
Taylor ........... 1 1.3 l' 0 0 1 (C E-Boros. DP-Cincinnati 1. Pittsburgh I
no matter how you wash Schultz .........3 2 1 1 1 1 1 2. LOB-Cincinnati 12 Pittsburgh 52B under way at the Keystone FLOWER BEDS VEGETABLE
& Students Rlch'd'n ......1 1 0 0 0 0 -Clemente, Pagliaroni. SB-Ruitz, Heights Golf Club in a new t.
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Sizes 25-30. and dry them, or how Bunning ..., ... 6 10 3 3 1 IP H R ER IB SO season.Twentythree.
? L, 6-7 4 8 5 4 0 1 1 Jay L, 911 ...... 4 7 4 4 1 4
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many \ in 11th. Ellis ..........2 1 0 C 0 2
Baldschun faced 3 men lawn and needs here.
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LOS ANGELES SAN PB-Pagliaronl. T-2:211. A-5.243.
't IT'S REALLY abrhbi abrhb gross went to Pansy Hawes, MIAMI (AP-Coach Charlie CARE FOR & FEED f
rf 3 0 0 MILWAUKEE NEW YORK
t ____ ___ ___ ___ __ ___ ____ __ Wills T'cewskl ss 3'" 5000 321 0 M Kuenn.Alou If 411W |0 abrhbi abrhbl and Vesta Aiken.A Tate called an end to twice-a-
A AMAZING I .DavU ct 31l4Maylct 402 CI Alou rf 5020 Kanehl 2b 4010 round-robin tourney was day workouts for his Universityof YOUR LAWN TOO!
Boys' Ivy T.Davls If 4221 Hart :3b 400 CI MayO cf 5 Z 1 Kranep'l ID 4110 ,
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Sizcs 6-12 Roseboro c 4000 Lanier 2b 1 0 0 I C Torre c 4134 Altman If 4000
I Parker Ib 4 1 J 0 McCovey ph 0 0 0''i Carty U 402 2Hlckman cf 3100 .months as a summer event. and scheduled light drills until I
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Pagan ss 4001.I Woodw'd 2b 000 Cisco p ODD winning a playoff.Zee The start of classes. precluded COULD BE CHINCH BUGS!
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Boys'Sizes Angeles ............. 000 353: 00G.-I Milwaukee .............._. 103 000 30-7 schedule: mage session Saturday and aft!
2-7 :San Los Francisco ............. 000100 110O-1 New York ...... .........., eiO 001 110-4 Sept. 1-Sept. 30, putting con er that he would take no chances I DO IT
E-Wills. DP-Los Angeles 1 Sai E-Menke, Woodward Gender, Christopher i
Never' Needs Francisco 2. UOB-Los Angeles 2. Sai Kanehl Mathews. DP-Milwaukee test; Sept. 1, Nov. 30, ringer on injuries.The
3.98 I,Francisco 7.54R..Howard. 1. LOB-Milwaukee.5. New York S. 28 contest; Sept. 3-May 27, tourney coach said he hoped two: YOURSELFCHINCH
Irontogl (22). W. Davis (10) T -Torre 2, Carty. 3B-Kranepooi. HR-.
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,Shaw Hendley. ,........ 1.3 1 1 1 1 I I Cisco, L. 5-16 ..... 2 2.3 6 4 4 2 2'' June 8, most improved handicap and allow get I (JRTH )
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T225.: A- ,UI. KroM .. .. 12.30 0 0 1 1 Mrs. Marshall Gallop is publicity been out of pads for nine days I SPRAY
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YI THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I "The execution was poor.",the blocking had unproved over Not working 'hard enough? The light scrimmage scheduled -
Only one Southeastern Conference Doug Dickey said of the Ten Saturday's session.
Coaches think it's an indicationthat for Vandy Wednesday was
YIi football coach has a reason -nessee head knock ing. "I and Au- I
Georgia
today to be happy with results thought after a light drill this!burn Mississippi held light workouts, mostly the squad reported in top called off to allow rest for a

Ii of scrimmages.Even morning they would have lots I boning-up sessions. shape to begin with.. game-condition battle later. .

though Kentucky's Varsity of pep, but they didn't. Florida canceled its Wednes-

trampled the freshmen 73- Another ray of hope came day drills because of the intru-I
I o Wednesday, coach Charlie from Tulane: The No. 1 team sion of winds and rain from SUPPORTTHE

, L Bradshaw called the s c r mi- scored seven touchdowns i n Hurricane Dora.
I i. 1 mage lackadaisical. the two-hour scrimmage, a nd At Vanderbilt, Commodo r e
Coach Tommy O'Boyle said trainers say that the average I
Comments from other coaches ,
weight loss- the
I among playersis
\ eI ranged from "very disap-- less than IVi pounds and 1

y pointing" to "a pushing and. Phillies Grab that after 15 sessions, mostly
L t : !1J shoving contest." under a gruelling sun. GHSTHURRICANES
!
( Bradshaw a more promised even match his Wildcats when- Angels' Power
GET YOUR
they take to the scrimmage
I PHILADELPHIA (AP) -The
field again Saturday.
Philadelphia Phillies purchased I
First Bomb veteran first baseman Vic FIRST FALL HOME GAMES
Rodger Bird dropped the Power from the Los Angeles Angels ARE NOW AVAILABLE. PLACE YOUR
NOW FOR .
ORDER
Kentucky varsity's first bomb Wednesday for cash above LOOK AT
with a 66-yard scoring run.I the $20,000 waiver price and a
He added two more scores. I player to be named on or be- SEASON TICKETS
fore Oct. 4. G.H.S.
Mississippi State's frosh held
1 : Power, 32-year-old righthander -
their own against the Maroon I
__ / who is hitting .247, will report Gate Price .. 5 games. $10.00
\
varsity. That drew the
__ $ "push T
SAVE
I ing and shoving contest" remark -, to the National League I Don't miss the chance to see SEASON TICKET $TT50

f 1 from coach Paul Davis. leaders Thursday.The the G.H.S. in action for the L$2.50 5 games only *
Don't Let Erase deal appears to be insur- first time during the annual
Anger Several state regulars quarterback -ance for injured Frank Thomas preseasonINTRASQUAD FOLLOW ONE OF THE BEST HURRICANE TEAMS EVER
Don Edwards among hard-hitting first baseman I ON ONE OF THE SCHOOL'S TOUGHEST SCHDULES: .
(bold is home )
NOTE: type games
them are sidelined with in- who broke his right thumb I

juries. Tuesday against the Los Angeles Robert E. Lee .. . .. ... . Sept. 18
= :. Good Driving Habits PALATKA .. .. .. . . . SEPT. 25
I Louisiana State coach Charles GAMEto Paxon . .. . . . Oct. 2
.... McClendon said "neith LEON . . . . . . OCT. 9
.Fourth In A Series had captured two major races rage area, 'I realized what a I offensive team did well e a r t Dodgers.FUN be held at Open CENTRAL. .HIGHof .. . . . ...... Oct. 16

i *- (Race driver David Pearson, already in my second year on foolish mistake I had made. I all" after the Bengals went Chattanooga, Tenn . . OCT. 23
in a-series of articles dealing the Grand National circuit. I had been caught on a portion of through 40 minutes of alternating CITIZEN'S FIELD Boone . . . . . . Oct. 30
: with highway safety, tells-about had won the World 600 and the the track I had not driven be- offensive efforts. MAINLAND . . . . NOV. 6
i ),r ON A SCOOTER Open . I I . . . Nov. 13
how he once lost a majorrace firecracker 250 and was one of fore. I had spent all of my / . . 20
"It's : BUILT FOR TWO'fas Ocala . . . Ncv.
take ..t
I by gambling on an unknown the favorites to win the Festival, practice time testing the high just going to a lot FRIDAYp1tvi. CHOCTAWHATCHEE . . . NOV. 27
\ portion of a speedway. As a rem 250 in Atlanta. I thought I knew'speed groove.I more effort by all"our teams to /to tide ORDER YOUR SEASON TICKETS NOW
I suit of the accident in this race, every inch of that Atlanta track there get the job done, McClendonsaid. i Easy to rent
promised
myself right
m Now AT ONE OF THESE PLACES OF BUSINESS:
j or
b (o touring
Pearson learned a valuable lesson since I had driven there t he that I would never again driveon ....rtraveling.:\ at low cost Wise's Drug Store
: -rent a scooter by 13th Pharmacy
: Never take chances on a year before. unfamiliar of the Bear Unhappy the hour, week.
an portion lill''i day or 7:30 Florida Pharmacy Hoffman Pharmacy
strange speedway or strange I was wrong, real wrong. I track. And ever since then I've Alabama coach Paul Bryant : Canova Drug Co. Vidal Drug Store
v .
: highway.) Fireball Roberts had won the driven every portion of every said the Tide scrimmage wasa CALL RENT.sC TER. McCollum Barber Drug Shop Co.Windy' Bill Green's Barber ShopMike's

I ". Bv DAVID-PEARSON pole position and I had qualified race track before each race.I nauseating... -sieht.... --- And reserve / Sept. 11, 1964Admission Jimmy*Hughes Book Store
second. Naturally, I wanted to your scooter NOW .. Sporting Goods Morrison's Barber Shop
NASCAR Race Driver won the Dixie 400 in Atlanta that
"They displayed nothing
A race driver's-worst enemy take the lead on the first lap. later that year but it took :I[[ saw," Bryant said, "and it STREITS BICYCLE Students 50c Adults: $1.00 Odi's Charlie Pharmacy Murray's Marine Gulf Gridley Hardware Music Company
1 .- is himself. And the same is true After winning two races, I was that lesson to teach me not to i indicates that the people o n SHOP I Soles and Service Goff's Barber Shop
for the ordinary driver on the sure I could. gamble. More often than not, I those teams were not planningon 615 W. Univ. FR 6-761 SEASON TICKETS FOR and at the Gainesville High School
: highway. Any time either gets Well we started side by side when you make a mistake on a I playing, much less win I 1964 ON SALE! HURRY! PLACE YOUR TICKET ORDER SOON!
a little over confident, he's and neither of us gave an inchas highway, you don't get a second I[ning." I THE BEST SEATS ARE NOW BEING OFFERED!

heading for trouble. we gradually built up our chance. And usually, youdon't' .
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I( the race driver lets his tem speeds to about. 135 miles an have a chance to test a -- --- -
hour. Entering the third turn.
per flare for a brief moment on highway. .
Fireball out into the
edged high
a race track, his chances for Use CautionSo
speed groove, forcing me into a .
And the
are lessened. on -
victory higher lane. you should drive on unfamiliar I
highway, when a driver be- roads with greater cau-

'", comes angered and lets his anger Caused a WreckI tion. Loose gravel, a low shoulder Your Plymouth-Valiant Dealeris

} erase good driving habits, wouldn't drop back. I stayed weather holes or cracks in
I there's danger ahead. in the unfamiliar lane, right the surface beyond the next
; I had to learn this the hard beside him. But I realized where curve could cause a car to
way. Believe me, whether it's a I was'as we.reached the fourth break traction and lose control. having a
major 'speedway, super highway turn. I was too high and had And this is where the majorityof
or country road, if it's unfamiliar gotten into some of the loose accidents happen on unfami- \
territory; you had better rubber and asphalt. The rear of liar roads. Don't be forced to
i take it easy. There could be my car began to slide and I had learn the hard way like I did. : ; i I
danger or unexpected hazards to fight for control.I Do you take chances with unnatural -
.,' just beyond the next corner or missed all the other cars but driving conditions suchas :::

.( just beyond the rim of visibil one and it put me and him out rain fog snow, etc? Some- RED HOT
( ity. of the race. times it's better to leave yourin !
Reel Sitting 'on the apron of the the garage. I'll tell you
Wrong track waiting for the wrecker to about this in the final article. I
I I had it coming to me II I
guess
( come tow me back to the ga. (Tomorrow: Bad Weather)
that hot July day back in 1961.

I h d-.w ;; the kiefth I ii
Year award the year before and
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Suns Open A Financing Plan for Every Need&


Playoffs CLEARANCSALE


On Sunday I H

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JACKSONVILLE-The Jack i ;

sonville Suns will open the I.

International League playoffs t c .
here Sunday, Sept. 13, at 7:30 : : -
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Bobby I '"
p.m., general manager
Maduro announced today. x "' ... .
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be- L .
The playoffs are played -

tween the top four clubs i n ry h ::
the league to determine the h < -' i .
winner of the Governor's Cup. rr

1 The opponents in the games i .
are determined by the teams
f respective finish in the final ,

standings.The I1 l

Suns' opponents have --- i
: not yet been determined as It's that happy time of year again for new-car buyers
there is a hot race for the -
:
: first division in the International .I I -clean-up time! New models are coming so

League. If the opponent Plymouth Dealers hold this big sale to clean up f

: is Rochester, the Suns will 1 stocks of every 1964 Plymouth and Valiant. Head
: play only two games in Jack- ,
sonville before moving to RoChester ', for a showroom this week-where you'll find low C .

: to finish the first I'NEW prices, high trade-in allowances and red hot deals! ?u : -
round. If the opening round is

: against:.any. ..other team than ASSOCIATES
: Rochester:: the Suns will play
Get red hot deal !
: three uames -here Both the a now
: opening round and the finals
MEDICAL
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ZdalSfiTiT.225 pound fullback, confidentiallyNow
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:sidelines loday with a shoulder there is no need to let surgical, maternity,
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"weeks to heal. your sa vings The Associates new Medical Financing
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Hiss loss for about half the And, payments will be arranged for your con.
HOT SPECIAL NOW AT HAWES-POWERS!
venience. Associates offers
football season was a hard blowto special loan plans for
Coach lUll Peterson's running any responsible person..any,personal, businessor
professional need.Your request,large or small,
attack. A graduate of a California
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He fell on the shoulder on a

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FINANCE INC.

The team elected end Bill HURRY! THIS OFFER FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY! :
Dawson of Valdosta, Ga., and -- .
halfback Fred Biletnikoff of 1321 N.Mote Street, GAINESVILLE...372.2S51
Erie Pa., as season co-captains ANY CAR IN STOCK

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Labor Day Ushers in Fall Fishing Season in Area. -


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:Labor Day sees the beginning of much cooler weather, r throughout the summer, and it is hoped that once again life Management Area closes.

more water on the shore lines, and more fish moved out of > reaiui .. ..... Dunnellon may have the national prize winner for the Feb. 28- Quail and squirrel season closes state-wide.
their mid-summer lethargy. Bass are schooling in such s the Field & Stream Contest- the same as it did in '59. March 13 Spring turkey gobbler season opens south of

lakes as Orange and Santa Fe. The trout are still going fine f\and S. BOB HARDWICK, owner of the BELAIR MOTEL AND RE- State Road 50. 'i;

between Homosassa and Horseshoe Beach. The red fishingin \ t\ SORT in Dunnellon, who is chairman of the fishing con- March 27 Spring turkey gobbler season opens .south of

East Pass and the Wacasassa as well as north and ;6bw e a test, haas done an exceptional job of lining up the prizesfor State Road 50. 'ie
south< of these two spots, will be at its finest between now this special event.A March 28 Spring turkey gobbler season closes-south of
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and Armistice Day. So get out that trusty rod and reel and total of 126 valuable prizes will be given during this State Road 50. ., :. -U" -e:to

. make the most of Florida's bountiful fall offerings! vith seven week event. Prizes for ladies and children, as wellas April 11 Spring turkey gobbler. season closes. orth of
. ng'ee
the men folks-not only bass and pan fish are counted, State Road 50.
RECENT FISHING RESULTS Shooting hours for all .resident game are from-'one-haIf
Frank 1'lliltHttt to terrific
FRESHWATER | but also mud and gar fish. Everything points a >i
hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset. Shoot t
Sun Outdoor Editor event to attract tourists throughout the nation to an area
NEWNAN'S LAKE which is constantly gaining more and more recognition as ing hours for all migratory game except dove are from sun- n-

Fourteen-year-old Allen Reeves, fishing from McG I L V- atop fishing spot of the U.S.A. Dunnellon, only 45 miles rise to suntset; for dove the legal hours are from 12:00 es

RAY'S FISH CAMP landed a 7% Ib. bass. He was casting from Gainesville is well-known to local fishermen.! The noon to sunset.
a-small artificial crippled minnow along the shore. grand prize might well come to Gainesville! Hunters should check their summary of hunting rules and S-

Annie Laura Porter caught a 6 pound bass on a live September, October, and November are among the finest This event is being sponsored by the CHAMBER OF COM regulations for special regulations hunt and local exceptions. .6 gs
all
Hunting licenses are required to resident and
migratory -
shiner. for snook fishing. MERCE. Address any letters or questions direct to the Dun- a
Duck is
game. stamp required to take ducks and
Bill Standridge, fishing from the COUNTY LANDING, SUWANNEE RIVERE. nellon Chamber of Commerce and plan now to be present geese, and a public hunt permit is required to hunt on wild
caught a 7% and a W lb. bass on a BLUE WORM. He's had and participate in this event of events, September 13th life management areas. erm

"two. bass break his 20 Ib. line at the mouth of Prairie Creek. E. Dunnavant reports a catch of 29 trout on the Suwannee through October 31st, 1964. The Chamber of Commerce will <-.,..---. ..........
: LAKE SANTA FE flats. Duke :Truby and Chris Simmons have been be glad to supply rules, lists of prizes, and other informa- !

Maurice Chiappini, of CHIAPPINI'S GULF STATION, has credited with 40 reds at the mouth of the Suwannee. That'sone tion. The grand prize is a 9Vi H.P. 1965 Evinrude Motor. m y

furnished many lures for customers. But last week he offer- red for each year that Duke's been going twice a HUNTER'S READY REFERENCE CALENDAR

ed"' the small Rapala to schooling bass-with nice results. week to the Suwannee. Florida's hunting calendar for the 1964-65 season, as set
by the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, is as fol- et
His nine bass in a morning's fishing were up to four HORSESHOE BEACH
pounds in size. lows: W
Bobby Shipman of SHIPMAN'S FISH CAMP, Earleton Look for redfishing to pick up off the points of the many Sept. 5-Marsh hen season opens state-wide. a < !n

Beach, tells of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. McRae, Ocala, boating creeks between Horseshoe Beach and the Suwannee River. Sept. 21 Special bear hunts open in Apalachicola and Imo; le

"'21 speckled perch and bream. W. J. Scott of Gainesville Trout will be out in increasing numbers as the weather Osceola National forests. ret

picked up 39 speckled perch in two days. Orville Doug- gets cooler. Oct. 3 First phase dove season opens.

las and Mrs. Douglas, High Springs caught 41 speckled ATLANTIC OCEANCEl't Oct. 17 Special archery hunt opens in Citrus Wildlife et

perch in two days. Bobby Shipman says he's working on a Management Area. 7 K.p jc Iyyk
RAL EAST COAST
,plan to mark shellcracker areas using colored floats. Oct. 24 Special archery. hunt opens in Eglin Military te

Big snook fishing excitement will be brewing on Flori- Reservation.
ST.JOHNS RIVER Nov. 7-Speical bear hunts close. sT
da's Central East Coast from late September through ear-

i :Bream and bass fishing top the fresh water list for catches ly November as the annual fall migration of mullet moves Nov. 8 First phase dove season closes. Eglin archery ie14

from Lake George and the main river. Catches up to 54 southward along the shorelines.The hunt closes d

'"Speckled perch, 55 bream, and 20 bass per boat have been effect on the snook population is magical. Ordinarily Nov. 13 Marsh hen season closes. t..

-coming in with regularity at ORMOND'S JUNGLE DEN. the wise and unpredictable snook on this coast are a Nov. 14 Deer, turkey, squirrel and quail season opensin e
First Second Fourth and Fifth Conservation Districts.
LAKE WAUBURG strictly at dawn, dusk or nighttime proposition. With the arrival Second dove, and woodcock seasons state i.. t n......... mh,.. .. o h
snipe
phase open
of the mullet, they suddenly become voracious day-

Admiral "Bill" Nickelson has scored again, this time with time feeders. wide. n; nr ass ffie/i/Ji virfvi f
Nov. 21 Deer, turkey, squirrel, and quail season opensin .AI II ..., JL- tVOItVCyl flit.1,4ft/*
:a: 11! Ib. bass caught while trolling in Lake Wauburg. He Their feeding sprees are most likely when and where Third Conservation District. i5!

caught a 12 pounder last month to move ahead of his wife's quantities of the smaller mullet congregate. Some of the Admiral W. R. D. "Bill" Nickelson is shown with
Nov. 25 Duck, goose and coot hunting opens state -
11-pounder of last year. Now he's ahead of her in num- proven spots include the south jetties at Sebastian Inlet the wide. his 11/ lb. bass caught at Lake Wauburg. It's his

ber as well as in size! He was trolling a Mirror Lure on a ocean pier at Vero Beach, Riomar Reef just south of Nov. 29 Second phase dove season closes. second large one within a few weeks, his. first one
6- pound test line. Vero, the treacherous north jetty at Ft. Pierce Inlet, the pier
Dec. 6 Special archery hunt closes in Citrus Wildlife being a 12-pounder. Using a 6lb. test line, he gives
and surf at Jensen Beach, St. Lucie Inlet, the Juno pier, and his fish adversaries
Area. a sporting chance.
Management
I ORANGE LAKE
I the jetties at Jupiter Inlet and Palm Beach Inlet. Spot action -
Dec. 12 First special gun hunt in Citrus Wildlife Man- -
Sid Menge has been having fabulous results on bass. Sid may occur wherever the snook can lie in ambush or Area. .

has probably averaged more bass per trip than any fisherman the mullet can be driven into a pocket. agement Dec. 19 Third phase dove season opens. BIG DISCOUNTSOn
.. Mullet are likely to be most abundant at the mouths of
in these parts. He's a good one to consult before
1 Jan. 1- Second special gun hunt in Citrus Wildlife Man- All 1964 Mercury Motors
...leaving for bass waters! the inlets on slack water. They usually enter the inlets on
the top of the outgoing tide and return to the ocean on the agement Area. Special Discount on- I
Jan. 2 and woodcock closes.
LAKE LOCHLOOSA beginning of the flood. Snipe season I
Jan. 3 Deer season closes First, Second, Fourth and
mullet should ? r -' Model 650 65 HP MERC.
Fingerling : be ir1rd r 1 r C 1) 3
{ Mrs. Carl Johnson CARL'S CAMP fine r
reports speckled Fifth Conservation Districts. Turkey season closes in First,
perch fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Burgess, Tavares, got and allowed to swim freely, without float or sinker, when- Second and Fifth Conservation Districts. Duck. goose, and Model 500 50 HP MERC. ,
ever possible. Two foot leaders of 60 Ib. mono will get ,
their limit of from
perch daily Friday through Labor Day. coot season closes.
.... more strikes from the wily critters than wire.
Jan. 4 Third dove closes. JIMMY MOORE'S
phase season I
; SALTWATERGULF For those who crave more refinement in their fishing, nylon u.s. 301 ot FLA. 100
Jan. 16 wild hunt in
Special Fisheating
hog archery f
OF MEXICO bucktail or feather jigs are the proven strike-getters. ]
Creek Wildlife Management Area '.. Starke Fla.
opens. '- ,
CRYSTAL RIVER Mirror-sided
I- plugs, swimming plugs, and surface plugs are
Jan. 17 Deer and turkey season closes in Third Conservation -
also good. Most experts try to cast them at individual fish
.. KNOX'S BAIT HOUSE reports Dan Scarrett of Gainesville District. I
seen striking, rolling, or leaping clear. An even better
landing 35 trout and coming in when they were still Jan. 23 Special wild hog archery hunt in Guano Wild- t
t technique is to cast beyond the spot where a snook is work
,...biting.I life Area
Management
opens.
ing and manipulate the lure back past him.
I ". Catches,of 35 redfish are coming in with some frequency. FISHING CONTEST AT DUNNELLON Jan. 28 Turkey season in Fourth Conservation District
.. Sheepshead ranging from 1& to 8 pounds have been closes.
,, DUNNELLON, Florida, "Home of the World's Largest t BOATS MOTORS TRAILERS
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caught at Wash Island. Some reds and Jan. 31 wild hunt in
one small tarpon Bass Special hog archery Fisheating
is launching an outstanding fishing contest for the
also came from the same hole near the island. Creek Wildlife Management Area closes. I SKI SUPPLIES
seven weeks Sept. 13, through Oct. 31.
Feb. 21 wild hunt in Guano Wild- I
Special hog archery
ji' WACASASSA RIVER Weekly and grand prizes in excess of $2,000 will be givento
the various division winners. All fish must be caughtin
John Connell, owner of WILLIAMS CAMP, reports its re- Rainbow River, Withlacoochee River, or Withlacoochee
opening for the fall season. He has boats, cottages, and Backwaters in the Dunnellon area.

r guides, and expects to have live shrimp bait beginning this Central Florida is expecting one of its highest water leve]l

,to weekend. R. M. Brunson and Mike Kreshka, Gainesville, periods since 1959-60 it always precedes a fabulous fish

in two trips got totals in the 20's and the 30's. John Con- ing season, so the 1964-65 season holds high promise of ex WHEN YOUR PROPERTY SUFFERS DISASTER
nell and "Sug" Beard caught 29 trout and 8 redfish on one ceeding all past years.EXCEPTIONALLY L t'I
and 18 trout and 10 reds
trip on another. Several boats fine Bass catches have been reported
brought in from 18 to 50 trout.


YANKEETOWNJulie \ SEE THESET.ERR4.FIC IF you're a policyholder in one of The Employers' '

Edwards 15 years old, caught a 28 pound king- Group of Insurance Companies listed
fish while fishing from the Sells i Edwards family's 21 foot

cruiser. Sells estimates the family also caught approximately I. below, here's what to do to get action quickly
100 trout in 12 days of vacation at the LITTLE SKIP-
PER CAMP on the Withlacoochee River. i BOATING BARGAINS

Fred Bosko and Bill O'Bry caught 42 speckled trout on CONTACT YOUR AGENT or broker. He knows-
cut shiner tails drifting the Gulf flats of the Withla- I New Span American New Carter MrF.RUNABOUT.

I coochee River They fished. from Pulford's LITTLE SKIPPER BOAT how to get prompt action. If you've lost your

i CAMP.. I New 65H.P.MERCURY New M-Ff. Murray
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still
t' HOMOSASSA RIVER I MOTOR TILT TRAILER policy, you're protected.

I s I New Murray Used 30H.P.EVINRUDE it II 1jtu !

Four Leesburg anglers H. L. Wiley, Leslie Huey, Virgil I TILT TRAILER ELEC.Re .
TELL HIM WHERE the damage is located and
I Ferguson and Bill Pfiefer
caught 43 grouper largerst 20
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Re $2068.00 $695.00
I .pounds, two cobia 19 and 17 pounds 30 rock bass and a ; -- roughly how extensive it i is. He will arrange for .
flounder when they fished in the
Gulf of Mexico off Homo-

I. .:Sassa: Bay near the bombing range. The party fished on $1555 5595 an adjuster to call or he will check the damage
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Bill Kauffman's cruiser which is docked at PERRY'S
SPORTMAN'S COVE at Homosassa. with you himself.If .
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EVERGLADES CITY
H' 20-Ft. Rifle Croft Reg. $1795.00 you can't reach your own agent, contact the J
i -Snook are in strong at Everglades City. Capt. Ted Small- FISHERMAN BOATNew
-WOod. at his EVERGLADES SMALL BOAT DOCK, says Tilt Tandem 1f nearest Employers' Group Office (imprinted
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The schedule of Solunar Periods as PROTECT PROPERTY from further 1
; printed below has been taken from damage
''I ..John Alden knight's SOLUNAR TABLES SKI BARGE ''
f jan your days so that you will" be fish- 0 while waiting for ,the adjustor _. 11

during these times if
-w-find the best sport that each you day wish"has ORDER YOURS NOW! .,_.' i.

..to, offer. A The Employers' Group of Insurance Companies and all those connectedwith : t-. e ei ei
The Malor Periods are shown In bold- p-- _
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particularly agent -
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or two hours thereafter. The Minor
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Saturday High at 4 U a m. and 4:11 GROUP
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'.m. Low at 11.35 am. and 11.08 pjn.
Sunday High at 5:C2 am. and 7:40 by>> Appointment I ;.r ; 2801 EAST OAKLAND PARK ;
p.m. Low at 12:31 p.m. and V.M p.m. Center .......
Monday High at 5:5aMI.. and f.45 I SKI BARG HUNTER AND ; 1 3 FT. LAUDERDALE
tun. Low at 2:04 p.m. i I MONARK BOATS. POST OFFICE BOX 11434 PH. : -. _
Tuesday High at 7:21 am and 11:08 North of Belk-Liiidfey's McCULLOCH MOTORS. .
.p.rn. Low at 1:43 a.m. and 3.M! p.m. 20 N.W. 14th Ave. JACKSON AND MONARK : '
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CARL FABRY I The only complaint that Mrs. n't get any studying done. thought the mats were too made new friends.

% I "Except for the bed bugs Marvin Dodson of Flavet III At the U. S. Army Reservu hard, but they enjoyed their "No one got frightened. We

and the bed springs rattling had was that they turned off the Center, the Thomas Godw i n stay. Here again the kids ran just all got up and came here

!: lights at 2 a.m. and she could- family of 512 ,S. E. 17th St., around .ith. one another, manySlumber just like we were all going to
keeping us awake, we spent a .. .., .
I II comfortable night at the shelter" j :> : ,'A,.., .'':. '' '/: :' :>::f .4irc. <. :7' :' a big dinner. We all got along
,- .. .\. well. They supplied, us coffee
.
said H. L. Edwards of p. < ".t. h' >
,r ..' :'i and donuts during the night,"
2462 S. E. 10th Ave. '
t .." ; :...'...,, ct said one observer at the Arm
Of course he was only kidding -
t. .. ..
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because there were no ory.One unidentified man was
beds or bed springs provided.
said to have driven to Gainesville
Most of the people who spent
from Green Cove Springs
I the: night in shelters slept on seeking shelter during the

'1! 3' I iiI floor mats. height of the storm, leaving a

.,, ;::: ; ;: "We spent the night mostly wake of fallen trees and power
'- *fr awake,'" said student Ken Robertson lines behind."I .

( y whose family stayed in was awake alL night from

the University of Florida Gym, drinking too much coffee they
the kids ran around Helen
provided, said Mrs.
floor together. Bloodworth from FJavet III.

As he spoke, black spot trick- L S i Mrs. Sally Holland, of FlavetIII
Home led from the ceiling coveringthe \
High Springs Destroyed thought the shelter was very
Robertsons' bedding.All A : : nice and that' they, .had been

I Tiremen watch helplessly as the High Springs home of Hubert Capp and totaled, about 1,600 per- ;; ,\ '; y provided plenty to eat. Her one
t family is consumed. Gainesville Salvation Army Capt. Guy Smith says the sons utilized 17 shelters in Ala- ,'- \i t complaint was "there were

I family is in dire need of clothing and furniture. The family consists of Hubert chua County, three of which about umpteen kids right I

$ and Mrs. Vivian Capp, Vivian, 8; Hubert Jr., 7; Gary Lee, 5; Debra, 3; were for students evacuated around us and we 'didn't get

Timmy, 2; and 'the baby, 3 months. Any donations should be phoned in to the from 530 Flavet apartments and 44 much sleep."

.. Salvation Army in Gainesville. (Sun photo by Juanita Easterlin) two residence halls. Some 246 h.-? '-. .-g'' Civil Defense Director Pete
housed in Gainesville
.. persons were
Bethel said that the shelters
and
shelters outside UF,
:: another 138 in Waldo and Haw- would be open as long as they

County Buys MachinesTo thorne. .. were needed. For some pesple
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a- the shelters would be utilized
Cards were the favorite past-
.. until late this afternoon.If .
time of many in the Florida '
: : Gym, the Armory and the Navy it will be necesSary, the

Automate Taxing Reserve center. Poker was the Party Weather shelters will open again to

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No. 1 game.
After student John W. Smithof While their parents worried about fallen trees, Elmyra, Virginia and San-
I; By NORM LaCOE assessor, in the reassessment suiting services and from 75 Flavet III got his family set dra Batie, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Batie, of 2839 SE 15th Ave., held a night.Rusk

Sun Staff Writer program, converting tax information cents to $3 for incorporatingeach tled in the Florida Gym, he slumber party at the shelter area in the Naval Reserve Center on 8th Avenue. Hits
to data processing.The More than 1,500 Gainesville residents took refuge in about 16 shelter areas
'j Alachua County government property ,record into the couldn't get to sleep so he just
second contract is with sat and watched everyone dur- Wednesday night. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis.)
into the of automation system.
stepped
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\I yesterday when coun- chines Corp: I.B.M. will install Total cost of the reassessment the kids to sleep seemed to be At
commissioners voted to electronic and train BarryWASHINGTON
ty con- equipment will be about $75,000. the hardest job for all of theparents" No
vert tax assessing methods to county personnel to run it. Smith said he plans to hire he noted. Equipment Damage,

electronic punch card process- Smith announced a week ago five extra employes, who will
: ing during the reassessment that he plans a full-scale re- gather field data for the new

: this year.The examination of property as- assessment. Part of, the cost (APSec)

: commission signed two sessments.The will be for their salaries and Dora Makes Local Phone Manager SaysSouthern retary of State Dean Rusk said

: contracts at a special meeting Howze contract will cost expenses. today that foreign policy state-

: called in the county 'court the county $25,000 to }buy; the ments made by Sen. Barry
The tax assessor noted that Oldest City Bell District Manager -tions as Bell district manager, vey damage to telephone and
house. firm's electronic processing the state's new just value as- ; Robert Coleman icported said the Ancient City had more power lines. I Goldwater reflect a "basic lack

One is a contract with Howze method of property tax records. sessment law became effective this morning no major equip than 5,000 of its telephones Cable and supplies are being 'of understanding" of the responsibilities -

am Associates, Inc., Tampa Howze will convert the coun-last Jan. 1. He noted it sets Feel Its AgeBy ment damage had been suffered knocked out, mostly from water -flown in to Florida by the West of the U.S. Presi.

property assessment consul- ty's present tax records under up different criteria for assess- .. by the local telephone com damage. ern Electric Co., Coleman said. dent in dealing with questions of

tants. Howze will work with the contract. Additional costs, ments than the old full cash CHARLES STAFFORDST. pany. "About 50 repairmen are being Dora's fringe winds in Gainesville war and peace.

'..I J. Pierce Smith, county tax include $200 per day for con- value law, which was repealed.At AUGUSTINE (AP) Old sent to St. Augustine from had little effect on Southern -
However, commercial
powerin Rusk made that assertion ata
St. Augustine, which took a double Miami today to help lestore Bell's 250-foot microwave
Smith said the Hawthorne and Newberrywas
present, dose of Hurricane Dora'sdestructive service. Normal service there tower, Coleman said. The toweris news conference when asked
county is at 100 cent of lost and telephone centers
per force, held hope to- should be restored wiihin 72 built to withstand winds of about the Republican presidential -
just value, so far as he can day that the storm would depart there had to operate on auxiliary hours.In 125 mph. But, just in case, a nominee's assertions that
generators, Coleman said.
Area Suffers determine it by available in- before the city's problems Jacksonville, Coleman reported -portable microwave tower is on the American people-should look
The major damage here Cole-
for international cri
formation, which was as- multiplied. telephone crews ere ut- hand for emergency use, Cole- some great
man said, was to long distancetoll sis before the November elec
ilizing Navy helicopters to: sur- man said.
sembled to meet requirementsof There was a basis for hope.A circuits. He said about 100 tion.

the old law. Civil Defense worker stuck circuits had been lo<:t from wind .
Slight Damage his head in County Director and falling branches. In a speech at Seattle
He said that in order to as- Fred Willis' office about breakfast "We've had some isolated Platt, VF Grad, Wins Wednesday, Goldwater said

:; sess fairly and accurately, time and, grinning broadly cases of home phone lines goingout Democrats have used foreign

:By SUN STAFF WRITERSAn more to-date information is needed., entirely up- told him: but our repair crows have at Cornell crises for political gain, and declared
Felloivships
apparently diminished Hurricane Dora made "The barometer is going up maintained their normal t w o- :

her sodden way across Northcentral Florida today, The last general reassess- like a rocket." hour repair service," he said. I
W. J. Platt III former Ala- the 4-H Report to the Nationto "Americans must, be pre-
leaving in her path blown down trees, worried house ment was by Claude M. (Red) But the city was hurt. Highest calling rate: occurred ,
under such adminis.
holds and some children made happy by the fact they franks in 1957. It cost be- chua County 4-H club memberand President John F. Kennedy.At pared, an
It's water supply was low, Tuesday night, Coleman said. !tration, to be faced by crisis of
didn't have to attend school. tween $57,000 and $80,000. critical problem at Operators were under a barage 1964 University of Florida Gainesville School
High
.'- ",_. causing a some sort just before an ,elec
Tne raaar siauon at me university cept that the gusts of wind werea Smith said that when recordsare shelters housing evacuees>of the of calls, mostly from Gaines- graduate in biology, has been Platt was national winner h: tion."
of Florida tracked the little ville residents calling friends awarded two for
stronger.The converted to IBM cards storm.St. fellowships
the Science Talent Search
eye of a somewhat diminutive withstood two and relatives in Jacksonvilleand Questioned by newsmen todayin
Florida Highway Patrol future reassessments can be Augustine graduate study at Cornell Uni
Dora (compared to its size yes- station at Inglis reported that made for about half the assaults Wednesday by high St. Augustina. sponsored by Westinghouse for Seattle as to where he

terday) from its entrance on all roads were open and that cost. present water and high wind, the first Coleman, who also is in versity. his project in millepedes and thought a crisis might develop,

land at St. Augustine, across to there is no immediate dangerof during high tide in the morningand charge of St. Augustine opera- Platt received a Woodrow centipedes. At GHS he was a Goldwater said: "It could develop

Picolata on the St. Johns River U.S. Highway 19 being flood- Smith's budget for the fiscal the second when the tide Wilson fellowship and Cornell's member of the National Honor any place. I wouldn't be

past Green Cove Springsand ed in the low InglisYankeetownarea. year starting Oct. 1 is $169,800, crested again about 11 p.m. coveted Andrew D. White fel. Society and won the Bausch surprised if it developed in
Penney Farms, north of double his original budget request The eye of Hurricane Dora Street Floating and Lomb science award and Cuba."

Starke and, at 8 ajn., 3 miles (During the heavy rainfall of of $80,800. Most of the apparently passed over St. Au- lowship. He will use' them to the honorary biology and

east of Lake Butler. last July about one mile of increase will pay for the reas- gustine early this i morning. FUJI Says GirlST. take his PhD degree in biology.He scholarship award. He was Democratic Sarcastically National, Rusk said Committee the
,
A report from the Bradford U.S. 19 at Inglis was under wa- sessment program, which will There was a period of calm, will study under Dr. JamesN. president of the Gainesville had

County Sheriff's office, via! the ter for a brief period.) become effective the fiscal with little rain, shortly after AUGUSTINE (AP-Pret- Layne, former associate Junior Academy of Science nesia to not arranged for Indo
Alachua County sheriff's office starting Oct. 1 1965. professor of biology at the Uni- drop parachutists into
t The indicated path of Dora at year midnight. ty Jeannie Webb, a spunky high and a member of the Florida
Malaysia nor did it reb-
cause
indicated that winds in Walker Red Cross versity of Florida and now and National
Charles school student floated her Entomological
10 ajn. today was through the The IBM on
county's new system el forces in the Congo to take
4 30-33 miles
with Cornell's
that area were per biology depart Societies.At .
said the
chairman city
Lake disttter back down this tourist city'smain
City area. first will be extended to .
and that there ment in Ithaca N.Y.As over Stanleyville.He
hour in velocity flood water at high ,
got ,more thorough fare Wednesdayin
the tax assessor's office. After the University of Florida,
was a lot of accompanying TheaterGoes that tax collections, voter registration -tide Wednesday night than it chest deep water."I a 4-H club member Platt Platt completed half of the went on to say that a

rain.Telephone communication I county commissionand had during the morning. always wanted to play in won national recognition in entomology research required for his doctor's statement such as that which
Alachua General "I would say we got eight the questioner had attributed to
with Bradford County from Hospitalwill a hurricane," said Jeannie as and achievement.Both degree.
: said Wal-
be converted.It inches more water Goldwater seemed to him to reflect -
Gainesville was practically nil, On two boy companions picked her awards carried college Platt plans to follow a careerin a basic lack of understanding -

and the only response to a dial- will cost the county $30,000 ker.Floodwaters stood more up and tossed her into the flood scholarships. In 1960, he was college teaching and research of the responsibilities of the

ed number was a recorded mes- "Melodrama and all the annually to rent equipment, than two feet deep in CordovaSt. caused by storm Dora. named as one of six national after he completes his President for dealing with questions

sage that "Hurricane" Dora show's going on," Gainesville, which includes 24-hour servic- ., lapping at the doorway of "This is the life." achievement winners to give PhD at Cornell. : of war and peace.BUSINESS .
has delayed your call. ing. Salaries for four to six .Red Cross headquarters. They
Little Theatre President Al
Mof.
Union County Deputy Sher- persons in the county's new again rose into the old marketplace
iff A. A. Sweat reported that fett said this morning.He EDP department wIll be $13- I near the bayfront.A /?,

his office had heard front the I said tonight's dress rehearsal -000 a year at most. Total cost, second toll was taken I./t MARKET i s _
'' for the weekend perfor-
University of Florida radar the city's huge old oak .
among REPORTfAmrnr
'j' including supplies, will be .
of Work the
service at 9 a.m. that mance "Dirty at
tracking trees. One of these falling giants .
the eye of Hurricane Dara was Crossroads," the GLT's first about $70,000 a year. blocked King St., in frontof w REVIEW V'l

three miles west of Lake But- be prodution tonight.of the season, will However, part of the cost will! Trinity Parish Church, on the _.

ler."Looks be offset by present costs. Market Place Square.A .
like the winds! have Reservations for the play, debris
dead pigeon lay among -
northto which 'opens at 8:30: Firdaj Most of those who will workin STOCK
shifted little from the
a said. night and will be repeated Saturday the new department already on the post office steps. FLASHES NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, SEPT. 9C
the northeast, Sweat :
work for the Officials said they knew of no \ ( ) New York Times
He said rain had slacked off and next Friday and Saturday county now as human casualties.

and no flooding was reported.The can be made by callingthe typists or machine operators. of Lions High Low Close Net Chi.
Across the Bridge ,
only damage has been fall- Gainesville Little Theater. Initial installation costs will NEW YORK (AP) Motors sessions, was up .79 to 856.36 at 25 Rails 144.04 142.71 143.53 Up .31
be somewhere around $500. :some two miles away, the ex began to firm after early uneasiness -noon. 2S Industrials 873.S9 861.S6 868.52 Up 4.94
treees and "a few I
en power homes at St.
Augustine
Writer's Club posed and the stock market GM halved an early 1-point sa Stocks S08..8 S02.16 S06.02 Up 2.62
knocked The
lines were out. new IBM system is in Beach appeared to have wea-
early loss. IBM pared its worst loss
moved
Sweat said the Lake Butler Holds lieu of two addressograph machines thered the storm surprisinglywell. irregularly higher I
SupperCEDAR I this afternoon. Trading was by about 2 points. Sentiment 84% 311
school served as a shelter for a rotary filing system Late Morning Lig&MyLoch'd StRegP
around 125 people. The school KEY The regular and other equipment which There was a heavy toll of motel -fairly active. about IBM was cooled some : 38% Seabord 52%
has been closed since Wed supper meeting of the Wri.' would be needed. signs and television anten- The auto' stocks seemed disconcerted -:what because of increasing N.Y. Listing Lorillard; 45% Sears 122%

nesday. ter's Club will be held at the naes. Several homes lost roofing at the start by pros- competition in the computerfield. AllisChal 20% EAL 26% Mag'vox 30%.Sinclair 45%

Gflchrlst County Sheriff parish house of the Christ Episcopal Smith said he anticipatesthat materials shingles and tar- pects of further bard bargaining i Alcoa 69 E.Kodak 129% MM&M 58% Socony 81
the tax roll estimated at labor at Ford Control Data, down more than Mohasco
Clyde Williams reported rbou.tthe Church in Cedar Key paper-but few lost the entire for contracts AmAir 41 Firestone 42% 14 SouthnC 62%
same conditions as in Un- Monday at 6:30 p.m. This is a $109.5 million the coming fiscal -roof. and General Motors.As 3, was another heavy loser. AmCan 43% FUPw 49% Mons'to 81% SperryR 13%

ion County wind arcund 30 pot luck supper. Those interested year-will go up when the stocks refused to give Steels, after a firm start, AmCyan 59% FlaP&L 77% MontWd 37% StBradn TTA
reassessment is completed. confidence increased. turned mixed. BethlehEm eased NatDalr 81% SLOW 84%
mph and the only damage being in,attending the discussion, ground, AmMot 15% Ford 55%
Burglar Steals Ford into active buyingand and U.S. Steel was about un NatDist 28% Studebak 6%
fallen trees. but not the supper, may come Wayne Carlisle, county at- ran AT&T 69% FrmstDa 12%
The Bell School which has at 7:30. torney, noted that state la, spurted more than a prtit.Chrysler changed. AmTob '36% FreptSul 39% N.AmAv 53% Swift. 51%

been .closed since Wednesday The Writer's Club was organ- requires that millage levels be Building Stocks erased a small early Sears, Roebuck, which reported Ampx Cp 16% FruehTr 33% Penney 58% Texaco 80%

sheltered around 100 area ized recently so that members lowered if assessments are loss and showed a fractionalnet record_,profits, traded, con- Anaconda, 49% GenDyn 36 PRR 36% Thiokol 13%
people Wednesday night, Williams -could help each other in their raised more than ten per cent Gainesville police today are! gain. sistently at a 1-point gain. Boeing Armour 49% GenEl 87 PepCola 56% U Garb 123%

said.Despite writing, with readings and constructive searching for a muscular bur- But some high fl'ers'were.bit Du Pont, U.s.' Smelting and Babcock 34 GerFds 91% PhiLMor 82 UnitAirc- 59
Dora's threat to this criticism; .and. (also' The county commission indicated glar who helped himself to hard by longterin'profit.t king.-Xerox also rose a point or so. BethSU 39 GenMills 41% PhillPet 54% Unlcui; 22%

section, it was business as usual to guide writers to, the proper it will lower the millage building supplies Wednesday at IBM at one phase was down New York'Central pushed Boeing 63% GenMtrs 98% RCA 33 US Sted 59%

this morning in Levy County source for publication. .: rate if tax assessments go up, to the home of Tommy Ridgell, more than 10 points to a 1964 ahead nearly a point. Borden 76% Goodrich 57% Rep Stl 48 UnivMat 13HZ7T.

apparently. The goal is to compile true keep revenues just great 1426 SE 7th Ave. low of 425. w The advance was patchy. Brunswk 8 Goodyr 45% RevlonReyTcb 35 WestgEl. .

Schools remained open in stories of Cedar Key history,' enough to meet essential.serv- Ridgell reported the thief The Associated Press average Phelps Dodge and Com sat CaterTr 35 Greyhnd 24%. 45% .

Levy County, and a spokesmanfor how the city was founded its ices.This escaped with a 12-Tool apparently -of 60 stocks at noon was up .1 slipped more than a point 1 Celanese 65 GnUOil 57%

the sheriff's ,office said no growth, its recession-and howit year, the tax roll was ladder 50 pounds of nails 26- at 320.6 with industrials and apiece. j CocaCola 136% Honw 125%
unusual damage or flooding has is today.. Among the. ,members -increased about, 10 million, and gallon,water container and, a assorted rails unchanged and utilities up Prices were generally higheron ComEd 54% IntNick C0% On Banks Island, in-the Canadian
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been reported. I there ..8.r e poets, short the county commission cut one- pieces of lumber. .2. the American Stock Exchange ConEdis 91% IntPap 33% Arctic, the main diet Is

The spokesman said ,the story writers: and songwriters half 'mill from the levy. The I The Dow Jones industrial average in moderate trading. ContCan 50% Jonej&L 85% caribou, seal and arctic hare,

weather was more reminiscent Those interested in writingare millage level has been cut Total value of the stolen items which has made historic Corporate and U.S. government DowChe 69% KaisAl 34% supplemented by fish, ptarmigan -

blustery March weather ex1 invited to attend. three straight years. was estimated at $45. closing peaks in the last two bonds were mixed. duPont 264% K n'cott 88% and an occasional fox.



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1A ABBY --ik t 'THEtcAlir 5 M TO ,
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What's your problem For a general r 4

I Safer in Cellar reply, write to Abby. Box 3365 hrIt _

Beverly Hills. Calif., 90212. and < :

Include a self-addressed stamped en-

I! Abigail Van Buren velope. Abby answers ail mail. I
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-r 1 DEAR ABBY: My husband is a good man in every way, so you should take full advantage of the situation without so ". NO NEED11D CifCIQtEE.y !'fl WHAT5 .?r'r.r...ar..."

please don't take this as a complaint against hIm Every much as a twinge of conscience. The otherhalf, including me, t VJATT AM*LONftCR TO 51G .h rT rl4I5

I time it starts to storm and thunder, Bob runs down to the say that this is just as dishonest as taking money out of a TORTURE MY KID SISTER d ROTfIiEJ 11 T1MEYOL3
cellar to hide and he stays down there until the storm subsides purse that was carelessly left on a bus. We've agreed to let .0... SLAVIOUGHT ? SAOIS'TICTOAFtRNE

even if it takes all night It doesn't make any difference you settle the argument, but I'll bet my next week's booby HERE SWWE .
+1J if we have guests or not. if a storm comes up and it starts prize that you'll be on our side. W1Ti 4 R'rANY (q't r( '

to thunder, Bob runs off like a madman to hide in the cellar.I HONEST ABE = MINt1TE NOW: rra

have asked him to see a head doctor, but he says there's DEAR ABE: Pick up the booby prize. I know it's tiresometo <
F nothing wrong with him. What must I do? He is 53 and has continually tell one to hold her cards up, but it beats

J been this way ever'since we've been married. peeking, even though you do get an eyeful due to someone
FRAIDY CAT'S WIFE else's carelessness.

J DEAR WIFE: Your husband's reaction to thunder stormsis *

not unusual as you think. His behavior Is undoubtedly a DEAR ABBY: My husband is a counsellor for the state and .j

holdover from a childhood terror of storms which he never occasionally he sees clients for private counselling. He is a

"L overcame. If this is his only eccentricity, tolerate it good- qualified marriage counsellor and anything he earns aftr -
naturedly. And don't worry about what your guests think hours is his. Lately he has been giving free counselling to a -
i pretty young woman who is trying to save her marriage. He I

s DEAR ABBY: How do you tell your boy friend's ex- has never given his services free before, and I resent his Ii- WHAT LUKEYS GOT _HE5 ALREADY WHAT HE WANTED
> girl friend to lay off? giving up one night a week for this woman. She can well afford i THAR'G A GRAN D- WUZ HIM ANOTHER GGTAILTH' WUZ A 6aY

TIRED OF HER to pay him. So why is he giving her counselling for free? I,C'y.... NEW BABY OVER AT IT? PLOW HAND u PLOW HANDS '
HE CAN SAY ,
DEAR TIRED: You don't. The boy friend does. If he's What is your advice? N 7H*BARLOW HOUSE. GRACE

"tired of her, too," that is. RESENTFUL I II I SNUFF OVER
DEAR RESENTFUL: Nothing is "for free." Your husbandIs

DEAR ABBY: We've been having a rip-roaring argument being compensated for his time, if only in satisfaction. You I d
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1 in our bridge club over something that happens every bridge should consult a counsellor to find out how to cope with a husband GZ
night About half the girls feel that if your opponent is care- who is toiling elsewhere when his own fences need mend <

t less enough to hold her cards so that they can be easily seen, ing. (P.S. And pay the counsellor in cash.) 3

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Heloise: Dear Heloise: If snaps are uniformly spaced, ,dressing I simply tie on a plastic -

Here is my method of washing Since my baby has chubby the garments may be inter. rain scarf. .my dress o r WUI :::: '1'1 MOST RIGHTLY S THEY1l. SLIT! I WANrll _AND SO-IN A SHORT_'TtWAT.MAJME: ;CNa'EesiTYTH5 _! '
white gloves: legs, I do not use rubber or changed. blouse slides easily over m y i E !J .JJ-1! I W,5HOSTy-POTEE HAV& 5711... 7o Do JVSTAS I
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I slip the gloves on my hands i plastic pants for him.I Mrs. J. W. R. head. .and my hairdo is not,,0 I 1i5 I SISTER M'G SUSI&Vp.f IF ATMA1JMi.fl'U.60? U'RE 60NNA Be SHNCYMJ.B st HiREAT'C TELL You... IS R BASKETBALLCQ4CHYNJL UJNd AROUND i/l: *JUSTSTANO'.N61HDS? TALL L?cf J '
when I am washing lingerie buy an inexpensive plastic I disturbed at all. -t 4SHAKY BLOPP H T'THEi5CHOOU'J_F THE fA/2/ TILL j"'W'" ON THE ACOB IN HIS'" AYlpJ" HS.DO> .5NT.CPf '
I' and the gloves get clean without tablecloth and cut it into piecesthe Dear Heloise: II: Y"J' E SERIOUSX THSYlL HAVE ME/ SCHOot-STARTS lJ': I.mt JC AUWM5 CJ2It.'fWM! A.scH01-USHIP I

the extra time and troubleof size of his folded dia I have to take one capsule a I keep a rain scarf in my, z I i ...10 :;: '. I(If ,2 tsUN SC'JJDS-U AHE'S, IN LOVE.tf'.'!!
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washing them separately.The ] per. I insert one piece of plas- day and it was so hard to remember at all times so l.-.c J .'I' 'r.'h.. .. .' I.U I.
gloves also serve to protect tic just under the outer fold of whether I had taken it, it is handy when needed. ,; m I W' l' I III-

my hands and keep my the diaper. so I struck upon this idea: 1.- rV-...,. !" 1,01: :> w 1I( t I I ,

manicure' from being scraped Several diapers can be fixed I took the date page off a Dear Heloise: : ,
from the metal fasteners on the ahead of time and kept handy. small calendar and tied it I have two small boys. ]I G I* ,Y, C 'r'. Q I -

undergarments.I Mrs. Neal Rice around the medicine bottle. Now made pillow cases out of printed .
hope this hint is as helpfulto Oh, what a fabulous idea each time I take a capsule, I flannel, designed especial], .:.".. ..., t ,.. [J .,
you as your advice has been from such a sweet mcmmie. mark that date off on the cal- for boys. 'I .
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to me. HELOISE endar. 1- l
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Annette Griffin I No trouble to remember now. sure saves on ironin :
Mrs. C. S. McLeod and they look so much fresher -
Dear Annette: Dear Heloise: and
are more absorbent too. I
You are really killing two Each spring for several yearsI Try it, we love them! TIta DOCTOR GOOD WEurx,: PRDRASWdl1T CAN' J

birds with one stone by not have dug out and done up our Dear Heloise: THINKS t vas MA'N5V1S) a :.: tmtr SAY k'UP. A. UTTL5 II .
only washing the globes but gathered skirts. .and they To protect my hairdo when MRS. C. E. MORRISSEY .", HAVS ANOTHER popf SECR"T; "' -
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protecting manicure as would be in the fall = BASYT >
your put away ... THAT WOULD VE'r-__ --
well. never having been worn! TV < 'ij 6 BE GREAT; / __ .. ... h
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:' The undergarments r u fabine This summer I.set out to finda Networks Rejected ".""." ..- ii' if t. I 1I :; *' .

against the gloves automatically solution: I bought two shift 4 ... con. ,,- .... .... ..
clean the gloves patterns for my youngest girls :J ::
with no additional scrubbing. (sizes six and eight) and with- Anti-Medicare 'Spots9an 'r .

Don't forget to hold the gloves in a few hours had made shifts I +rkrrur
under the water faucet and from the gathered skirts. NEW YORK (AP-The three I impending referendum.The J % : PIMTI AgEA .

fill them with water for good The shifts were cool, comfortable -national television networks AMA has hired Fuller 4!

rinsing. While they are full, easy to iron and so inex- have confirmed published reports -! Smith & Ross, Inc., New Yor) q _
squeeze them and see what a pensive. that they refused about I advertising agency, for the tetevision

much better ,rinsing job you E. B. C. $75,000 in revenue offered by phase of its campalg
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iL the American Medical Association which also would utilize newspapers

Thanks loads for the hint. for one-minute commercials and radio. VWATT6 1K>emwe Gil.THE
HELOISEDear Dear Heloise: dramatizing AMA opposition WALL/ JUST PHONE FROM A THE TO Pa /PO MaiN TWO LAW A&0IX. t ,1CE: ---
For those who have trouble Arthur E. Duram an 6A& STATION OUT M THE CDGNTO! W11+16t1NG K8JO Vcmzats: M E HELP UP w A
keeping a girdle waistband from to the Johnson adn nistration's tive of the agency, eaecue THAT GOLF HP GOT HUM AMP s1or's/' MXIC'I.a rKDt'Ava S /
medical care plan. 30KESTEK' HE LET WALLY 6OfHE
Heloise:. folding or rolling, here' is an AMA probably will attempt it PONT KNOW WHAT
When I take my youngster out idea that has worked for me: Spokesmen for the National place the proposed televisio HAPPENS TO 30KESretfI

for dinner, I take along her familiar Fasten two or three gripper Broadcasting Co. the Columbia advertising on local stations Am

table gear. .her fork snap fasteners across the top Broadcasting System and II "20 or 30" major cities.

and spoon bib, and a soft doll of the girdle waistband and at American Broadcasting Co. all Duram said he was not surprised ,

to keep her company.I matching spaces, to a longlinebra. said it was against network pop at the networks' refusato
find this makes her feel In attaching the ,snap to icy to sell a minute of time for carry the one-minute an

more at ease when dining in a the bra, reinforce the fabric with a controversial issue. I nouncements, but he believeindividual < / -
strange place. twill tape. Manufacturer's Instructions They noted that such was pot' stations would acce t

Other mothers might like to with the gripper snap the case for political campaign' them. '

fry this idea. fasteners show just how it b I commercials or any issue involving There was no immediate comment ,-
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CLASSIFICATION 12 Mol Help Wonted

Truce Called c 1:'

If I INDEXANNOUNCEMENTS Sun Want LOCAL route rout bottling S salesman day company week.for salary established needs plus one 79f. : '>r".'."'- ''. 'l I .' ''iL! 'l: .

commission. Apply at 1319 S. U 'ALE.C
; In Main SK between 4:30 8. 1:00 PM.
Dispute MAN wanted for local wholesale ACROSS 23. And: lat. M A R A C A t P E I

1 In Memorlam- milk route. Must be married. 1.Public car24:. Stealthy D u

2 Card of Thanks bondable previous experience age rier 25. Pcrs. fairy ;
Ads Get
After 2 Killed 3 lost & Found 21-35 and high school graduate 4. Resentment 26. Reprobate - t.
preferred. Apply 204 S. W. 5th
4 Personalized Services: St. 7. Sweet caa28.. Corn spike S 5 B R 0 N

5 Travel Information CABINET MAKERS Custom Cabinet lava Astronaut's R I B ,.J 0 T
BOUNDUEL, Wis. (AP-The) Special Notices & Mill Work. Inc. has Immediate -
11. Small chair 'Wordcovering
If deaths of two openings for cut-< National Farmers 7 Florists -
31. Petite
ResultsAnnouncements assemblers formica men & truck .i k r
.
Organization members under 8 Baby Sitters. Child Care driver. Call to arrange for inter *1 --1 "14. March on 32. Knock R

' the wheels of a heavy truck and Places Things To To SeeAUTOMOTIVE Co And view after 372-3509 4 P.M.WANTED daytime or. 372-0070 15. Edge 33. Offer !

16. Intcrna34.. Chilled 6 E Y L N T
the cries of other demonstrators two auto mechanics I .

1 plenty of work, paid tionallan3S.. Denary
that the driver be lynched SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLP
( vacation and other company guage 36.Jap. harp
I brought a call for truce in
a 76 Airplane Sales Rentals 17. Gull-like 37. Near
benefits. Apply in per- 45. Blushing 4.Mischievous
) the Wisconsin part of a campaign 78 Trucks for Sale 3 LOST & FOUND son to Jim Herwitt. Service #ii3 : bird. 38. Came like child

I to withhold livestock from 7' Trucks Wanted Manager Ridgwoy Motor ru ,: 18. SCot.tat napoleon DOWN 5. Sun god

the market. 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals LOST with Walker black spOts.hound answers puppy to white Spot. Co. 19. Conquer. 39. Threadlike .1.Wanton 6. Splendor

J 82 Trailer Rentals _3711 SE 18th Ave. Ph._374-3335_ ;e. 20.Apply 40.Restore slaughter 7. Serpent

But two shooting incidents in- 13 Motorcycles & Scooters EXPERIENCED man to help man. ;: 21. Handiwork privileges 2. Open or 8. Exist
bond-
4 age grocery store. Must be
volving livestock truckers were 14 Automobile Repairs PERSONALIZED SERVICE aae. Capable of stocking. order. 22.Watkin 43. Fruitdrinks clear 9.Many

reported during the night. 85 Automobiles for Sale kuT: 'N KURL BEAUfY SALOON ing & helping In store. Hubbard water 44.: High hill 3.Shop fingered
16th
Beauty Circle Grocery corner N. W.
86 Swap CarsEDUCATIONAL on a BudgetAll
There were no injuries. work guaranteed Ave. & Millhopper Rd. - .,.,_ -10.Violet
Perm. 15 up Sham-set SI.50 up WANTED man 21 or over for service I 2 3 4 5 6 7 6 9 10 ketone
Gov. John said 14 E. Univ. Ave. 372-'/24 station work. Experience desired
i Reynolds Open nights by appt. but not Perm _ i 12. Electric
Wednesday night that Oren Lee 11 Schools & Instruction necessary. ,, tz 13 particle .
) LEARN TO DRIVEl peci... attention anent. Apply Mr. Young. Dn-
t 19 Music. Dancing to nervous or elderly. ie's Service Station 736 N. 13. Goal
Staley national NFO president - -
11 20 Wanted-Instruction Easy Way Driving School. -R Main St.LICENSED. 18.
had ordered cancellation of all ,.,00? Lie bv State r* Cue Essay
q Real Estate salesman F' 19.Armed
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previously planned Wisconsin 6 :SPECIAL; $100 a weeK drawing account. 17
\ EMPLOYMENT NOTICESI Large volume builder developing F'p. Wfa gi strife

demonstrations pending a meeting 11 Female Help Wanted will no. be responsible for debts 3 Reply areas.to Position Box 494-A in CGaines Gainesville.- 21.Mum

in the governor's office 12 Male Help Wanted Incurred by anyone other than ville Sun.INSURANCE ___ 22. Spider1*

13 Help Male or Female myself after this date, September
trap
Friday. AGENT for local .
9. 1964.S. IT z+ zc .
14 Sales Help Wanted E. Norman agency prefer person with some WLmOe 24. Rnnament
.
insurance experience I must '
Reynolds _said Staley has 14 Work Wanted Female 25.Soft drink
LOSE WEIGHT safely with new have car & be over 21. Compen- izi Zd 2 30
agreed to attend the meeting 17 Work Wanted Male Dex-A.Diet Tablets. Only 98 cents. sation depends on applicant. Reply 27. Some

3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug Box 569-A care of Gainesville 28.Is able
which was called "to discuss the Company. Sun stating qualifications. 32 33 -
Own a crocheted (lacket It's 30.Scented
manner and method by which FARMS & LIVESTOCK WANTED immediately Field smart This one. warm colorful Is

the NFO conduct 26 Farm Equipment 8 Baby Sitters. Child Care Manager for Watkins Products. in knitting worsted. 35". Sl.Headdresi
can properly Inc. Responsibilities will tt to 32. Pardon
27 Feed & Fertilizer
\ its holding action and demon COMPEIENTrnothe7 wliicarefor contact and train new Deal The lacket In'easy pattern-stitch
33.
28 Livestock & Supplies children reasonable in her ers. Salary and expenses S700 to has bands of crocheted Clayey
strations." 29 Landscaping Top Soil home at 909 SE 1st Ave. Phone S800 per month. Drive companycar. front edges. collar. raglan squares sleeves.Pattern on 35,Hap
FR 64431.KIDDIE -
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Age 25 to 40. Experience in
30 Pets & Supplies direct sales- coffee brushes. insurance 799: directions sizes 3234 41 4& 36.Equipment
A .
Lafayette'"Countylivestock 31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL KORT CHILD CARE etc.. helpful. State experience 36-33. 38. Dance atep
trucker told authorities in Day wk., or mo. Old Newberry in first communication.Write - T -
Rd. Planned programs. Pick up Watkins Products, I n C., Thirty-five cents in coins for this 45 39.Tree

Janesville. that he was followedby at Littlewood and Terwillijer 659 west Peachtree St., NE. At- pattern-add 15 cents for each pattern __ _ 41.That man
schools call FR 26467. lanta. 30305.POSITION for Ist-class malting and special 42. Behold
two cars across one- countyon U Business Opportunities handling. Send to Laura Wheeler Partlme26mln.APt4swsf.olur.a 9/10 _
BABYSITTING In home reasorfble available for man
my young
the way to market in Milwaukee 51 Money to Loan prices. See me at 1070 interested in advancement above c/o Gainesville Sun. Needlecraft -

58 Mortgages -' -t.Ave. or call 376-0678 aft- average salary. while Train I n& Dept., P. O. Box 161. Old
late night
Wednesday Grow with the fastest growl n g Chelsea Station New Vork 11, N.Y.
and then wasrfired on five times 59 Money Wanted company in the south. Phon e Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER
I iiiMir I lOT __372-3694 for Interview. NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE.
from the shoulder of-a road two 33 LOTS FOR SALE 35 Houses for :Sale 35 Houses fer S.U

in MERCHANDISEil PLAY SCHOOLVisit J 3-Help Male or Female NEW FOR 1965! 200 designs -
1 miles west of Orfordville, to Buy more fashions to knit crochet than HIGH. rolling 1 acre lotsRi- BEAUTIFULLY& KEPT
us and se for DUPLEXATTRACTIVE
south-central Wisconsin.The Machinery & Tools 24 SE 8th St. FR -78M.yourself. MEDICINE STENO II everl Plus 3 FREE patterns. embroidery Stricted. $2,200. 1305 NE 6th Terrace. 2 Bedroomand
Call 376-1236. screened porch. Large corner -
OPENING- above skillIn dolts' clothes. Send 25c Fordyce
43 Building Materials I car. for Infants & children in average Needlecreft Catalog. and well built 2 bed lot. Immediate occupancy..
sheriff'soffice transcribing medical records for new
Rock County my home. NE section. Call 372- from ACRE lots for sale. room masonory duplex with kitch. $11.500. FHA terms. See ClcKu; .
64 Household Goods rapidly dictaphone. High
rifle bullets _J169. Phone ens equipped -one apartment extra Robinson.
said two- scnool graduation & verifiable VALUEI 16 COMPLETE QUILT 372-4416
I 65 Antiques- large with air conditioner. RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor .
Quilt
experience required. Must re PATTERNS in deluxe new
penetrated.the truck and a pig 64 Misc. For Sale 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED locate. Submit resume. Hospital Book. For beginners, experts. Send 34 Waterfront Property Priced at $18,400. 11 W. Univ. Ave.376-13t:: ; .

hit. The driver who was 47 Trading Post & Welfare Board Tampa.
t was HOSTESS needed part or full I i I Fla. HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom
identifiedwajjscored by 64 Articles Wanted time. Aunt Jemima's Kite hen WINFRED H. CRAWKJKU home with 2 sleeping porches located HIGHLANDS
not 69 Fuel Oil & Woods 1614 NW 13th St. Ask for Mr. SANDWICH makers & counter girls. 32 Mobile Homes For Sal Reg. Broker, specallzing in at 214 N. E. 5th Avenue. 1005 NE 6th St., 3 BR, 2 bath. separate -.
police to Milwaukee.: e. Brown. experienced all shifts. Alan's LAKE PROPERTIEsACRE.. ONLY $16,000 with $1,200 DOWNI living rm. & dining rm..

r 70 Boats Marine Equip. MR. SANDWICH SHOP across 1964 50x10 Chickasha 2 bedroom. AGE. 3 miles NX of Metros, beautiful oak floors, terrace. paved. .

several shots 71 Camp Hunt Fish Morley's Sandwich from Univ. Post Office. Will sell for small equity. and OR 5.2981.Cedar. LOVELY 3 bedroom I'/i bath streets & sidewalks. In established -,
Early today assume payments. FR 27798. split level masonry home located neighborhood of bankers &. ..
72 Office Equipment WANTED male female havean
were fired from a passing car in Shop immediate or opening for we a motor -- Key Shoresfine in the N. W. section lust Univ. professors. Si 1.000. Phone.
73 Musical Merchandise CONNOLLYMobile inside the city limits. ONLY $1V Harold Stringer. 2-9659.
home of another 1029 W. Univ. Ave. route salesman carrier In
the vicinity a homesites from $2250 250 with S700 DOWN.
the Brooker. Santa Fe area. Good Home Sales Inc. 2 & 3
WAITRESS
needed. 4 to 12 00
livestock trucker in Rubicon : earnings. If you have transpor- bedroom mobile homes. Many non-waterfront from $1510 UNLIKE
shift also part time help. BLACK ACRES ATTRACTIVE
FOR SALE p.m.
REAL ESTATE
This 3
In Gainesville.
ta ti rn & desire to run your ownbuMi floor plans. 7 year financing. ANYTHING
Township, HnT east-central Wis 32 Mobil Homes for Sal Apply In person. .ess with very little investment Drive out today. 3 miles Southof Marina LocationsINVEST 3 bedroom kitchen 2 bath masonry and large home BR. 2 b, with tremendous screened
please call Mr. Caputa Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. spacious 15 x 49 patio is a dream.
: consin. ThYodge C untysheriff's 33 Lots for Sale SALES CLERKS AND Circulation Dept. 3728441 ext. 19 : facilities needed here screen porch. ONLY $17,500 with distinguished subdivision huge lot.

'said-.the bullets 34 Waterfront Property CASHIERS WANTEDFull 5 to 7:30 P.M. $700 DOWN. You'll enjoy seeing it. Still time
office "
and part time. Must be 3760571BUTTS Motel locationsINVES Let show this to pick your own colors. Call
35 Houses for Sale WANTED male baker also femaleclerk US you charming .
apparently did not strike any, 36 Cottages for Sale able to work nights and for Ken's Bakery. Apply Inperson : accommodations contemporary 3 bedroom 2 bath 3723727.BY
home with central heat and air
15 SW 2nd St.
; thing.In 37 Real Estate Exchanged Sundays. Only neat appear- needed conditioning large step down OWNER large 4 BR. 2 bath-

statement announcing the 38 Real Estate Wanted ing and dependable persons Sales Wanted Florida room and screened in home cent. heat & air cond..
14 Help
be
a need Mobile patio. Inside must be seen to appreciated.
apply. Apply in DAVID ANDREWS-
person
available.
Financing
39 Out of Town Property
conference, Reynolds referredto 2:00 to 5,00; p.m. Personnel CAREER minded salesman only. John Merrill Immediate possession. 929 NE
the deaths Wednesday as 40 Business Properties Office. J. M. Fields. Guaranteed income of S100 after REAL ESTATE 10th PI. Call 24401 days or 4-2743.

41 Residential Income short training periOd. with o p- Homes CEDAR KEY 3841 3831 evenings. _..
"the senseless shedding of WANTED experienced waitress. portunity to earn more. Excel- or Realtor
42 Farms & Acreage43I Apply Humpty Dumpty Restau- lent lob for man who wants to Ocean front home St. Augustine HIGHLAND COURT, 4 BR, 2 baths.
: blood." He said "acts of violence Colored Property Sales rant. 310 NW 13th St. work hard without constant super I INC Beach near pier. 2 BR, masonry MULTIPLE LISTING Fla. rm.. wall to wall carpet liv'

vision. Send resume including reason NEW repainted Inside and out. Ing room air condition. Phone
will not be permitted WANTED experience waitresses PHONE FR 2 1494 3725347 or 3722080.
all shifts. Larry's Restaurant. for leaving last lob to Box .. .3&12'WIDES City water and electricity plus ASSOCIATESMARCELLA _
within the state of Wisconsin. RENTALS 1225 W. Univ. Ave. 575-A c-o Gainesville Sun. also artisan well. Completely furnish PARDIW.
ed. $13.000 sacrifice price Includes t- FREE ESTIMATES
43 Colored Property Rentals CAMPERSWe en
Staley said at NFO head. WANTED one full time or part 16 Work Wanted Female need 25 trade-Ins this' month' valuable adjacent I lot H. BUCKHANNAN FURNACES and Quality
44 Cottages for Rent time waitress. Apply in person $2000 cash. Balance on terms to
quarters in Corning, Iowa, that 45 Furnished Apts. morning or evening TO Hotel FULL time maid work wanted, 5 Call us for the best deals. suit buyer. Phone 372-0733. S60 MO. 2 BR. large kit.. liv. rm.. Central Air
He Thomas. 615 N.E. 2nd St. days a week. Phone FR 6-8149. bath and back porch. Small down
tragic. 3768361NW
the deaths were 46 Unfurnished Apts. OVER 30 acres of lake front many payment to one with good credit.
should serve as a 47 Houses for Rent Furn. CURB WAITRESSES day end EXPERIENCED woman to take 13th St. at 6th St. On street bearing pecan trees. Also 5 furnished 1704 NE ht Ave. Call 372-1.5J1.
added "they night shift top wages. Apply care of child. Own transporta parking aU around our corner. houses with dock and deep ConditionersbyT
symbol for greater effort on the 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. In person. Jerry's Restaurant tion. Phone 376-1120 after 5 p.m. Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. each well pump Many extras. On
7310 S. W. 13th St.
49 Rooms for Rent. DAY'S WORK Tuesday & Wednesday week Lake Santa Fe. Inquire. Lewis FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
part of farmers in an orderly 50! Mobile Homes MATURE woman for Doctor's of. Phone_374-4912 Jewelry Co.SERVJCE. t.
fice; bookkeeping. typing recep day.Drive
to price
$ and determined manner 51 Misc. Rentals tionlst. Past experience he I po 17 Work Wanted Male Best In equipment using Internally
their products at the market 51A Wanted To Rent ful. Include full details In let CALLS $5 For top qualify workmanshIp Insulated ducts. designed .
ter. Reply to box 570-A care of call
W Heating Air Conditioning engineered and Installed
52 Boarders Wanted Gainesville Sun. JOB ntedb"hig" school senior
372-6142
place. 45-2432 & Refrigeration Service
---- 53 Office Desk space WANTED experienced Secre- Little byALL
were Legal a Contractor GAINESVILLE AMERICAN HEATING
NFO memoers
The two
54 Business Rentals tary to begin work Immediatelyfor 18 Schools & Institutions Any make or model window UPHOLSTERY & AIR CONDITIONING CO.
killed when a cattle truck Senior Partner. Salary com- units and household appli
150S N.W. 13th Sf. PH. 376-8258
and
munsurate with
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experience LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING Save LotLowest ances. Also we clean heaters.
lurched forward as hundreds of SERVICE ability. Fringe benefits: Blue DEVELOP confidence overcome a Phone FR 2-5002 d.livery.Free Estimll'S-PICt UP and 1930 NE 23rd Blvd.
Cross and Blue Shield. For Inter- fear tech- 24 Hour Service
: angry demonstrators attemptedto 22 Special Services view contact E. A. Clayton or nique. Develop-apply personality.practical Deserve overhead In the Industry.
of Improvements James E. Clayton. Phone 372-9591. DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like --- ----- --
block the entry to yards 23 Home recognition. B* en Influ ------ -
24 Radio & TV Service WAITRESSES WANTED. Manor ence. to work and you benefit. LOOKto
the Equity Cooperative Live- Restaurant. Apply In person 2325 BS degree 25 years experience. the future, make sound in ,
25 Appliance & FurnitureWANTAD vestment. See our top brand custom -
stock Sales Association in this W. University Ave. Classes start Sept. 24 7 9 p.m. made 12 WIDES at 10

Wisconsin commu WAITRESSES wanted. Apply In person For information call 376-J724 after WIDES prices. 8 yr. financing
northeastern to Aunt Jemima's Kitchen. 5 p.m.SHORTHAND. available. Lake Geneva Trailer

RATESPH. 1614 NW 13th St. No phone calls BUSINESS LAW Sales on Rt. 100 1 mile S. E.

nity.Killed please. _ _ CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING of Keystone Heights. Open evenings
were Howard Falk 64, 3728441for ONE part time cashier; one full Secretarial Courses Classes now and Sunday.

Bonduel and Melvin L. time cashier evening shift. See forming. Howell's Business Col NORTHWESTTRAILER
of rural Mr. Pozin University Inn. lege. 218 W. Univ.

Cummings. 43, of rural Antico. FREEI TO WOMENI Ma.e-s50! Phone FR 6-35C7 2702 Waldo Road SALES N.E. HAVE

driven by Ivan Only to $250 with finest Christ mas MEN & women U to 33 to train for At Palm Lane 376-0205
truck
: The was Classified
Cards In the South. Beauti! f u I
40 of Cecil, an independent personalized designs; religious CIVIL SERVICE
Mueller
DEADLINESTues. greetings; gilt items. Write for Examinations. For Informationsend WYATTTrailer I
trucker who hauls FREE Anniversary offer; Sam name. address & Phone No. -
thru Fri. papers ple Outfit on approval. Southern Key Training Service. 112 W.
livestock for farmers under 5.30 p.m. Day before publIcation Greetings. 478 No. Hollywood Adams St. Jacksonville.
said they Dept. 128, Memphis 12 Tenn. SalesHome THIS WEEK'S IS ON
I contract. Authorities Real Estate Exam SPOTLIGHT

took a pistol away from him before For ads to go In Sun. paper- 12 Mole Help Wanted COURSE of
Pacemaker Mobile Homes
12.00 I.m. Sat. ATTEND First lesson free.OWELL'S .
through the Shasta and Airstream
him
pulling COOK for immediate BUSINESS COLLLw6
wanted em- -
For ads to go In Mon. paper1pm. Travel Trail rsOcara's 'p 4Z4qj UNIVERSITY INN
crowd. Sat.Minimum. ployment. Aunt Jemima's Kit COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave First Mobile Horn
angry chen. 1614 NW 13th St. Ask for -- 4-3507. 372-3721. Since 1948
( ad 4 lines) Dealer I
Mr. Brown.
Mueller was charged with HIGH SCHOOL 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. Start o wonderful evening with a cocktail in the I
I conduct a RESTAURANT at home, free booklet A m e r kan Phone 6291358
homicide by reckless FAMILY RATES School P. O. Box 16441. Jacksonville Ocala Fla.SPECIAL. University Inn Lounge. Cocktail Hour It from 5 to I .-

charge carrying a maximum 1 Insertion .......... 34c line MANAGER NEEDED Fla 32216. I ..
$2,500 and 3 Insertions . .. .. 22c line 104 x 208' Lot for mobile home. 9 P.M. Then have one of the best steaks in town

$ penalty of a fine up to 4 Insertions ..... ..... 17c line EXPERIENCED employment. Aunt for Jemima's Immediate Kit. 28 Livestock & SuppliesFOR $1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes in the Steak Room the a

up to five years in jail. He was 12 Insertions ..... .,... 14c line Chen 1614 NW 13th St. Ask for SALE pony. saddle and bridle PR Prairie.6-3052-For appointment call or serve yourself convenient

in the Shawano County jail Mr. Brown. $150. Call GR 5-2831. Melrose, smorgasbord way. After a delightful meal, return to I .
held Total charge computed by For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn.trailer "
multiplying total lines x rat. YOUNG MAN. age 18-26 with Florida. & cabana. Excellent for cocktails and the music of I
under extra police precautions.Roger high school education, who Is In- enclosed the Lounge dancing to ...
old Mare and
earned x number of Insertions. FOR SALE 7 year condition. FR 2-9886. 6-8

Robson, Equity manager 5 Five letter words per line offer terested you in shoe above retailing.average We was can. colt year with old black saddle Shetland and bridle.pony with 4 A.M. and 6-12 P.M.. Bobby Griffin's Combo and Richard Parker's Orchestra .. -

after the accidentthe paid vacations. and other excel bridle. Call FR 29773. FOR SALE OR LEASE 2 bedroom 'til 2 A.M. 1 ..
said that '
lent fringe benefits. Apply to Mr. house trailer and nice shady lot,
crowd surged after the truck 8 Point Sanders Kinney Shoes Gainesville WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a N.. w. location. $3950. Phone 372-
Same as 2 lines ordinary type Shopping Center.EXPERIENCED dairyman to show us a better >--n.
him! Kill Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT ...
CPA
shouting, "Lynch ALL ROUND dairy feed than CooperativeMills -io. anyiine house trailer, 2 BR.
Let's string him up." 12 pointSame COOK FOR MEAT AND VEGE. 16 pet. All Pulleted Drai- air cond.. washing machine. 3620
him TABLES. APPLY COLLEGE INN Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs of PON SW Archer Rd., Lot 27. Phone
as 3 lines ordinary type 172S W. UNIV. AVE. per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala- 376-1704. >,
chua. Phone FR 2-1095 ,or 441- DINING DINING DINING-DANCING *
GAS STATION attendant and stock 2105. FEDERAL QUALITY
COCKTAILS
; Warrant Out 18 Point boy wanted. Must be 18 yrs. of .
HOMES INC GENERAL Horn of VIe Original
aoe. Apply 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES GAINES SHELLEY'S
Personnel Office J. M. Fields. 4820 NW. 13th St. Galnesvill STEAK ROOM ITALIAN SANDWICHDial UNIVERSITY INN
CarA Same as 4 lines ordinary type Walt Johnson. for fast free de _
FR 2-5113 Mgr. 312-6512
For Stolen CARRIER BOYS between 12 & 15 BEAGLE female 3 yrs. old spayed Featuring U.S. Prim and Choice Charcoal Steak Room, Smorga-
yrs. old needed for paper routeIn all shots. excellent child's USED TRAILER Large living steaks prepared to your tasteon livery. board Cocktail Hour S to 7. 2
24 PointSame the N.E. and N.W. Sections. pet. Phone 372-9894. room rear kitchen. two bedrooms our open hearth. Holiday Inn, Also pIzza i your favorIte drinks for tile price of 1. Dane
1956 Pontiac, .owned by David Wonderful experience for your BEAGLE puppies, ARC perfectly upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Also :1900 S.W. 13th St. FR M2M. beer. 819 W. Unfv. Av*. or our Ing til 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin's

of- Rt.- 2 has been son daily contact with the pub marked from good hunting line. a travel trailer. 376-8361. new store at 1608 NW 1st Ave. Combo It Richard Parker orches _
Neilsen 5 lines ordinary type THE ORLEANS
as lic prepares him for a leading role Excellent pets. Phone FR 4-2188 14' Sport Craft travel trailer. Sleep tra. 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-2442.
reported stolen by the Alachua in his future. For more Information 4133 NW 12th St. 6. excellent condition $690 cash. (Formerly Fred's Locker Room : ...
I call Gainesville Sun Circulation Call FR 6-7571. Try our U. S. Choice Steak CAFETERIAS ...
Sheriff's Department.The Dept. 372-8441. BOWLING .
County 36 PL 32 Mobile Homes For Sole Served 11:30 AM 2:00 PM.
1 car a two-door hardtop FULLTIME salesman wanted. Retail 33 LOTS FOR SALE Dinner Served 4 12 P.M. LONG'S CAFETERIA

clothing and furnishings. Experience Lowest prices. easiest terms. ...g- Cocktails Served Dancing Complete dinner noon and night. BOWLING at Its finest at
bearing the license plate 11W- necessary In retail sell est display in central Florida.We Ranchettes $550000 7\-2 Acres SoN 4542 NW 13th St. f1 cents. Wide variety of meats. PALM LANES

I believed takenJVIon- Same. as 7 .lines ordinary type ing. Salary commensurate with trade for anything. Free delivery of Town, beautiful & restricted salads and desserts to choose Open every night for your enjoyment -
9625, was ability.: and experience. S'A day up to 100 miles.FRAILER Noire sites. from. Open 7 days a week. Come ( from f A.M. to 2 A.M.
ITALY IN
l Speed. Moeller GAINESVILLE? see us Palmer 8. Sue Long.
the- Gainesville week insurance benefits. Write MARTHwy. Mary Free nursery service. ._
at
day ; Sun will not be Dine by candlelight in the delight Rememberl We have complete
'The Gainesville box ,.
resume to 461-A to arrangefor 17 Open I to a 2404 Waldo Rd. 374-4454 .
"- responsible for more than one Realtor ful atmosphere of IMANARO"S dinner noon and night for only
way. personal interview. East Palatka Phone 37$ 1050
insertion. nor will It RESTAURANT 97 cents.
A warrant has been issuedfor be Incorrect.!able for any error In ad"vertisewient ROUTE salesman for soft drink 1819 W. University FR 6-4471 specializes in Lasagna, Pizza. .

arrest of the'thicf. to I greater extent company. Must be bondable '$* I to ACRE LOT AND OR TRAILERFOR and other delicious Italian Food. BILLIARD'S ADVERTISE IN THE -
ATTENTIONHOUSEWIVES *
the
25-38. Phone FR 2-8511 9 to 3waekdayL
than the cost of the space occupied SALE. M acre Vi mile from 2120 Hawthorne Rd. 5-11 P.M.

by the Item In the ad- University IncL well pump septic 372-4490 Closed Mondays.
vertisement. No adjustment will WANTED 4 MENto I tank work shop, storage & CUE STICK BILLIARDSFun
NOW OPEN Alan's New DINE t DANCEDIRECTORY
study room patio & 41 x 8 1954
1 Listed ainong the Magna be made on errors that do not work with large Eastern electrical I Increased Fall business necessitates 2 BR New Moon trailer. Perfectfor MR. SANDWICH SHOP for not only young men .. .
'feudal materially effect the value of concern In the Gainesvillearea. I placing 3 women Im married students. Call F K Across from Univ. Post Office BUT young women too. -
Carta's provisions were ? the advertisement. High commissions we fur- I mediately. Real opportunity for 2310 or FR 6-2369. Featuring our own roast beef sandwich Bring your dates
definitions nish leads. Age 2340 rt'!jt In appearance those who qualify for terri to natural gravy 55 cents. Open 10 A.M. til 12 P.M.
and privileges -
l In eeautrful
LOTS for s Idytwild
rights The Gainesville Sun reserves car necessary. No experience tories. W* train you to snow between Gainesville: and the new "The best roast beef In town.- 905 N. Main Street
I Jh needed we fri in
and limitations: concerning of revising or re- you. Cosmetics. For interviewwrite
Avon
The pnw.l s Call Mr. Haney. Mon. \' d.. and golf and country club. Large restricted -
spheres of king, nobles, c urch. iert ng. any advertisement whichIt FrL only at FR 24500 te*" een 9 AVON. P. O. Box 441. lots. Certified public water TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE
and to
objectionable Fla. or call system Outside ctly limits.
Gainesville.
deems
and 10 A.M Scott 1. t-eliff
merchants, town and vague ben- change tn' classification of any Corp. $1750. to $2800.Clyde OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE I _

down from ruling advertisement from that orderedto MECHANIC WANTED. 5 days. FR 2-0421 Seckinger. Realtor CALL 372-8441. I
efits to seep conform to the policy of the good working conditions. Barkley Owner & developer

tn tlenendeflt groups.: care,. Motors. 2201 N. Main St. Ph. FR 6-5038
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iiI WANT I TEMPTED, WENT- J THE JUNGLE TO *|I IWH CALL /WE? WHO yTrlf R NAMES- HUSKDONTBSAGEEOY FOR MYClDASE, MIKE/ PICK IT UP W ONE SWKK3A3QUNDTHE MIKEYOUf MILLION?-WX ID 7cW: :

POLISH THOSE BOOTS TO SWITCH VMAN, BUT K T J LOOK AT HER j WERE, THE .-/SAID THEY'D FOOLWYE JUST AN EVEN MILLION FELTClSCUTBUT / ALWAYS? GET A HUNDRED,

ANY HARDER AND YOU'LL CARY.' WTTH ME, Tf &UTY isHILLf 6RANPWS RUINS-* TWO MENf 1 BE BACK fCX. GOT THE BEST OF BUCKS MORE/ I NEEDAAHASWTANTWHCLL QUICK TO GRAND/ I

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34 Waterfront PropertyCCB 35 Houses tor Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale i

I 2 EXECUTIVE
3BR2baili127Saq. tL BY OWNER Palm View Estates3 BY OWNER on Lake Santa Ft I ACRESPRICED FIRST TIME ADVERTISED MOVE IN TOMORROW i
BLACK I
living hardwood BR, 2 bath less than 1 old. BR.. :
space. floors. yr. large liv. rm., air conditioned New Palm Unusual floor plan sets this three HOMES
built In oven & range. paved: FHA & VA approved. Shaded lot screened porch. Plentyof TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 the best Springs homes model.we've One of bedroom two bath home apart i
THE TIME IS NOW street. FHA financing $450 down. no immediate neighbors. Phone cabinets. Ideal for retiring cou bedrooms, 2 baths hardwood !, built. Four looking bedrooms 2 ever full from others. Lifetime terrazzo 4BEDROOM2.BATHS
$83.40 Incl. taxes & insurance. 376-0734. ple. Earleton Fla. Next to floors, central heat. air-cond. baths beautiful brick facade. floors newly redecorated. Built Enclosed Swimming Pool 1
Owner will pay closing cost. 1645 TWO bedroom CCB home large Buddy's Landing. 468-1717. units, electric range and drapes. I excellent kitchen in kitchen. $600. down includes Family RoomS .
N.W. 34th Place.TWO size lot. N. W. Section. For sale Lot 110' x 120' with shade trees. arrangement. closing. $101. per month includes Built-in Kitchen
terms. OCALA block 3 BR, 2 bath. Irg. 3125N.. Univ. AvFR 6-6427. $16,900. No money down. VA taxes and insurance. .
or rent. Reasonable PhoneFR a Laundry RoomWalltoWall
open-beam ceiling. paneled dinIng FHA only $300 down. Price includes
,
Edwards Inc.
FOR ONETWO Hugh
2-8238 between 7 A.M. &
6 2 bath CCB. Carpet
sodded
& family room with fire- THREE bedroom. fully front lawn 376-7971
:- Do You Have A Room Apartment HOUSES ON large cornerlot : Dlaee Irg. fenced-in back yard traverse rods. S7SO down. pay gas lamp, swim club member- a Dressing:: Room V
convenient to schools .nd P.M.REDFRANKS built-in kitchen. 372-3130 or 468- $83 per mo. 4006 N.W. 21st Drive FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA Central Heat Air Cond. V
-. shopping. Live In one and rent 168 i art 39th Ave. Ship.VILLAGE GREENBy approval you can have Imme- i Both Homes located in beautiful -

Or House to Rent? the well other.kept. Let Property show has been the REALESTATEMORE 3 bedroom, 1 bath 6-room frame 2 B R home on corner lot lowdown HUGH EDWARDS. INC. diate possession and ownership of I high, dry wooded area with I
in this us you house. close in, nice neighbor payment. $60 per mo. Located 2909 N. E. 15th St. the best value house for sale in paved streets, city water and
advantages investment. ,
: HOUSE FOR THE MONEY hood. Ig. shady lot $9.950. at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call 376-7971 NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air '
1800 sq.'ft. of living area Terms. Walter Stubbs Inc. Ph. Tommy Ridgell 372-4125. conditioning. Paneled family room I sewer.FRED ,
: 11 ACRES plus attached garage. Superor; 376-5394. PARADE OF HOMES MODEL joining living-dining area for extra I MASON
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS CCB Construction 3 large bed- DOWNThis spaciousness. Electric range --
vacancy BEAUTIFUL. WOODED. and on a $300 The Tropicana by Hugh Edwards. BUILDER
paved road TEN miles from rooms, 2 baths. Big Livingroon NEW 3 Bearoom CCB. tile bath, Inc., has been widely acclaimedGalnesvilles and dishwasher. Back yard completely FR 2-1348 FR 2-31" /

= : YOU MORE than the ud that will rent City.lent terms.ALACHUA$400. per acre wills exce!. with coverptio.fireplace. Nice entrance yard.fjyer SI6,. carport$250 down.end$65 utility month.room.Phone J9-000.FR CB sparkling home in clean excellent 2 BR.N.W.1 bath location In Its price range.most beautiful You may home now Call 376-4147 enclosed for by appt.7 to ft.see hedge.at I

000 with choice of financing. Call 2-3355 can be bought with $300 own this marvelous home completely 2213 NE 7th Ter.
: : it REALTYAssociates 6-C817. days.M down and $61 per month. Callus equipped with central air
to see. conditioning dishwasher disposal
CUSTOM BUILT and designed by
built-in
oven and and
University Realty range
local architect with ultra mod-
: 635 N. E. 1st St. 376-2<<8 patio gas bar-b-q grill for only
Ark T. Smith Realtor em Florida Living in mind. 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. $22,300. Ask to see this luxurious
Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU Nearly 2700 sq. ft. of living area EXQUISITE BEAUTY .
M. Munroe Realtor
your MabH Gore Associate plus 3 car carport. Central heat This 3 br. 2 bath home Ocala home at your convenience.
& airconditioning. Dream kitchen block, separate cottage and bath. HUGH EDWARDS INC.
I : EVERY DAY until it is rented : wit1) unusual eating are a. beautifully landscaped. near Hi. BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH $$$ 376-7971
PARRISHPRESENTS investing in U. S. Steel Home
Striking entrance, foyer & pat- School with swimming pool. $37- By a
io. Large lot in Libby Heights. 500. built in this area by o1oi11iar
Must be seen to be appreciated. ALACHUA HOMES. INC. 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In
E: IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: 35000. Call 6-0817. NEAR GAINESVILLE Model Home Phone Opening 376-0630 every Sun. SHADOWLAWN
West 3 br, 2 bath
large spacIous -
from 1 P.M. 5 P.M. beginning ESTATESF.
Ruitor -
: $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day FOR RENT: 3 bedroom home In Claude M. "Red" Franks space family cent.rm 2500 heat.sq.5 ft.acres.livIng August 16. 3331 N.W. 28 PL D. OLIVER __ __ :____:__
N. E. location. Living room 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 6-0817 call Mary Moeller Compare cost with all other 3 OFFERING TT.T
:. $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day dining room and screened porch. Member Multiple Listing bedroom.homes. "YOU'LL 2 bath BUY fully IT air EVERY cond. Individual: Styles For You

Unfurnished.FOR Home filled STUDENT with established Income TIME." a Well planned living areas Comes to Northwest Gainesvilleat

: $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day RENT: 4 Bedroom. 2 bath FREDARNOLD Drive past 1602 N. W. 1st A STEALBY Quality material & workmanship
home in NE. Central heat and Ave. & call Mary Moeller

: $60 per mo. . $2.00 per day air conditioning. Unfurnished.FOR NEAR nTH ST. OWNERMUST proud A community to live In you would be

SALE F.H.A. Financing N. W. 18th Ave. near 13th St. Ig. sacrifice 3 bedroom 2 Drive West on N.W. 39th VIEW ESTATES
PALM
: $65 per mo . $2.16 per day homes. Outside of city limits. lot with 3 br. home near business bath, large Fla. room. large livIng Ave. past the Glen Spring Intersection _
3 bedroom new concrete block investment rental room. dining room built-in see sign on left.

: $70 per mo . $2.33 day Only 3 left for qualified buyers. REALTOR kitchen. convenient to shopping FR 2-0866.
per Priced under 10000. Mary Moeller center and schools. Must see N.W. 16th Ave. at N.W. 39th Drive
to appreciate the value. No qual-
: $75 per mo . $2.50 per day TRADITIONAL 3 bedroom. 2 $300 DOWNto ifying. Low down payment. Original -
bath home. Large living room, qualified FHA Buyer. Pay Realtor price $21,600 price now New Brick Homesby I A limited number of brick front fully

:.. $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day room separate with dining lovely room fireplace.fami y ing ments taxes$57.00 and per insurance.month 2 Includ-Bedrooms 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 $18,84578.nice NW$500 section down.at 1321 Locatedin NW I air conditioned colonials are now under con- -..

Built In Kitchen. Located In 1 bath. screened pore*. Member Multiple Listing 21st Ave. Phone FR 2-2633. Builder I struction. Prices start at $16,350. VA,
.: $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day Back Acres. oak block floors. TV antenna In- W. Moeller AssociatesE. Foster Kesler I information
cluded. Seller will pay buyer'sloan Dick Durbin Sharon Grant 3 & 4 bedrooms built-in kitchen FHA Conventional financing. For
J. J. FINLEY AREA We have
costs.
: $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day two nice! 3 bedroom homes pric- STEPHEN FOSTER equipment, cen. heat VA no 376-7971.
ed to sell down payment. FHA from $700
-walking distance to $20.000 FHA

E $95 per mo . $3.16 per day J.University J. Fin ey of Florida.and convenient to Three bedroom. 2 bath home In GLADYS HEIGHTSLocated down-no closing costs. '

Northwest location. Central hut at N.W. 37th Place & Capital Builders. Inc. HUGH EDWARDS Inc.

.. $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day NEAR UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA and range air and conditioning.oven. Family Built ruom.- in SMITH 6th St. New brick homes under N.W. 37th Place & 6th Street ,
brick hcme
Lovely on Pick own
Chain link fence around back construction. your OPEN
HOUSE DAILY
large woor-ed lot. Three bed- colors. etc. VA & FHA Terms. Builder-Developer
yard.
rooms. 2 bath large living rm 372-5393 Call 372-0361 or 376-7783.
with fireplace, separate dining dylwlld Walking distance of by
new
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR room Florida: room. plus a detached NEW CONSTRUCTION grade school. Beautiful lot 3 brm.
.. s'udy.ELEGANT 4 Bedrooms 2 baths In beautiful 2 bath contemporary home. New Capitol Builders. Inc.
Malore Gardens. Central heat. AlA financing. i N.W. 37th Place & 6th Street I
AND IMPRESSIVE hardwood floors 4" well. Lovely
: SUN RENTAL WANT ADS Lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath home shaded lot on paved street. Near Finley extra lovely 3 brm Call :372-0361 or 374-7788 More Have
with wall to wall carpet and en Reduced to $31,500.ARISTOCRAT. 2 bath home. Lovely location. People Bought
old brick
fireplace in Living Good financing ready for oc
room. Nice Florida room built cupancy.

.. in kitchen central heat and air Enter this 3 bedroom. 2 bath home Hugh Edwards Inc. HomesIn
conditioning, .,__screen. ...porch with through attractive covered Tradition 3 brm. 3 bath home In
.... ......... .. gar- New Homesin ,
''''''''1' ''' on -a den. Separate formal living Finley area. A lot that has been
:: 32 Mobile Homes For Sale 35 Houses for Sale with pool and shuffleboard court. room; cozy family room with landscaped with loving care. See
fireplace. The last word in kitch- this one. Good price good Northcentral Florida Since
2 NEW SMALL DOWN PAYMENT." MS Lovely acre wooded lots In excellent ens fully equipped. Gigant I c terms.
NW location. Restricted.
per mo. Immediate screened porch. Special terrazzo -
Large 2-story home In new restricted BR, 2 bath central occupancy heat convenient 3 Paved streets $3,950 and up. floors throughout. Located in GLADYS SMITH
residential area. Has 4 bed- to shopping and schools. Durant Estates. WESTVILLANW 1945 Because They Recognize
rooms, 2 baths upstairs; living _4215 NW 21st Ter. Realtor
dining. kitchen. family room M. M.PARRISH
study. & powder room down- ARNOLDREALTY Associates: Anna Hinson
NICEThree
Virginia Power Caroline Noyes TRUE VALUE
stairs. Immediate occup a n c y. i 16th Aye.,
1228
W. University Ave. .
Phone FR 2-8765, W. P. Ridge- bedroom 1 bath home with
Phone
372-5393
-. oak floors throughout. good condition COMPANY
close to Littlewood school. Multiple Listing Member at 37th St. V
way.WANTED 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 2-3-4 BEDROOM HOMES J
: $400 down. $89 monthly IncludIng & ASSOCIATES. INC.H. Associates
:
taxes & Insurance. Phone FR SUBURBANHEIGHTS
Wayne Hill Helen Graham Jim Sheppard Jane CaldwellF. .
-V Someone to take advantage of this _28965. W. P. idgeway. Carolyn Pooley : W. Hodge Bob Kalkman r
.... unusual offer. For $1.000 down 19 NE First Street Tel.'Iri:5aslsh Jimmy G.r l1e.Walter. Stoddard
you can Brand WALTER STUBBSInc. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
: New 3 BR, 2eb moIU'J y homeon FORDYCEREALTOR Gainesville's Newest
Vt acre lot In NW. Has cen- Prestige Address
oJ'. tral heat and air conditioning. Built for Those Who Desire .
Sidewalk to schools. Beautiful !!l Only the Best.N. .

V Elec.University kitchen. For Realty details call COMPARE Built. W.by 43rd Four& of N.W.Gainesville's 17th PI. Phone 376-5394 NO MONEY DOWNV

FLORIDA PARK Leading Builders
ins N. Main St. Ph 3724351W. '
Fireplace with paneled living FRED MASON A jrCCJILOWEST
M. Munroe Realtor THESE HOME VALUES Villagej
room. hardwood floors. 3 BR A. W. FLETCHER "We trade houses"
home. Over 1500 sq. ft. Large MACOMA HOMESW.

: JWK wooded and monthly lot. low payments.down Call payment For-! I BEFOREYOUBUYSL8VE1 I P. RIDGWAY I FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards, Inc.

dyce 376-1236. The following are now under g 376-7971
3728404ONLY PATIO construction and will be ready
shaded by many trees. 3 BR 2 for occupancy soon! V
will nice g
10750.00
buy a bath home in fine NW section.
three bedroom home. Conveniently Separate dining room 11 ving Priced from $13,900-$17,250 ,tJ" '
mIIIIIIIIIIIlD!
located In the Northeast. this II I
room Fla. room on a large corner -
house can be handled for $350 00. lot. I"O
V Price
lust reduced to
plus prepaid Insurance and only $20.700. owner financedyou 111W11111UIIIIIIIIIIIIl/IIIIImmnmna! / ; 1
approximately $67.00 per month. name the downpayment. Call- 3310 N.W. 30th PI. Sodded Lawns !da C V
with new FHA financing. Fordyce 3 BR. 2 bath. $600 dn. $87 53. ,. ..g
3141236.BLACK The following Is ready for Swim Club j y .n
EASY to buy three bedroom two ACRES per month. g .
bath house In University neigh- Large living room. 3 large b e d- B occupancy. V s V Air Cond. I
borhood. Owner will cooperatewith rooms 2 baths. Fla. room. patio 00 4120 & 4121 O Optional .
qualified buyer In.arrangIng plenty of storage, built In 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. N.W. 19th Dr. 08 I 0 Colonials N-W.'TlfU'r ,
of
$1.000. bookshelves
a down payment and kitchen. Over
Central' heat. Florida room. 1800 sq. ft. and fenced yard. 4 BR. 2V* baths $1,990 dn.. 3 BR. 2 bath $500 dn., $81 S Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street '
oak flors. space for two Only $25.000 with low down payment g $165 per mo. per month. 08 ,
cars and built in kitchen Call Fordyce 3761236.FORDYCE >
will delight you at $17.- 4119 & 4127 ------ ..'-
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500. 111J1D11J1111111I1III111D N.W. 19th Dr.
OVER AN ACRE In KIrkwood. Gracious & ASSOCIATES. INC. 3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn., $74 08E --
masonry home centralheat Multiple Listing Realtor '
month. 53 ,
two baths three bedrooms Grace Fordyce. Broker Norwood per
PLUS another bedroom and Associates: i l ,HOUSE HUNTINGICHECK !
bath for guests, a relative. or Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden 1IDIIIIIIIIII1II1IIIIIIIIIIIIIImmmOllllllllllllllll! f fI
for a study. Large screened O. C. Gay Dick Banks I
porch. fireplace too. By Frances Hough Sarah Goulden Hope ALL OUR HOMES ARE 08_
926 W. Univ. Your Dream ofI
appointment only. 376-123 OPEN FOR YOU TO ENg I
MOST attractive home for less
than $17.000.00. Three bedrooms. REAL NICE 2 BR. or can be used 08 "H" Inc. JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF s I THESE NORTHWEST HOMES
two baths. NW. and features as 3 BR house in excellent loca 5 YOU Wilt. JUST CALL. | i a New Home TODAYV
Florida room fireplace. walledpatio. tion. Nice comer shaded lot. I I
with garage. Total price $11.500 B We Trade Homes
V Occupancy after 60 FHA financing available. Phone i! 1123 S.E. 4th STREET 08 Can Come True I
days. By appointment only. owner 3727401. or Property FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989 = Jat FOUk BEDROOM, BRICK COLONIALS $15,825 p
LARGE beautiful lots In Ridge- L
wood S-D at reasonable prices.All I,," The
\ brick-front Riviera
Improvements paid. Llttle- ADMIRE iIiitlliltl1l188hltffllIllflffiil08mffflflWi11Il8IlB1BhllB 1UIIUllUlllllllllUlIUInnUlIIIIGainenille's 'is the star of our new models;

... wood-Westwood J. section.W.KIRKPATRICK. THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN V newest and most Terrazzo floors, shingled roof, custom-built kitchen, central:

WIMBERLY ESTATES F luxurious apartment building .. natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, air-

: #K LAKESHORE city services. :
-. Realtor Lloyd My rick, Bldr. ;< V I
31 N. Main St. Phone FR 2-8404 Offering more quality Highland Court Manor

-_ Flove Mathiasen ASSOCIATES Irene Bunnell for less money /.. I1J.it"'I 1fii.:' TOWERS i THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE
.. Capt. A. W. Reece USN. Ret.
Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin I W 36th Ter. elf N.W. 3tthAvt. i MODELS AT $14,500. __ .

Open Sundays at 2:00 or NOW LEASING I All Highland Court Manor homes are I

: by app!. 371-5U er 2-0514. built to VA and FHA standards. provid- I THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT V

I -- ing you the opportunity for long-term I MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350

KIIMGSBERRYHOMES I- low-rate financing. Payments start at only :i
TOP
: : PROFESSIONAL EXECUTIVE CLASS& $79.34 per month including insurance THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH TROPICANA ;

THE UNIQUE CUSTOM I and taxes. Why not see our many models : 4 It

The Regency 3 BR, BUILT HOME OFGAINESVILLE today? There's one within your reach! MODELS $13,000.

: 2-both. entrance foyer. i'i'i FHA and VA Walk
to
DR. LR, family roomS Jamaica-style pace setter i elementary

double carport central I Forty living foot roomS Florida roomS I iM 14 New Models, and Junior high

heat GE kitchen full e) Luxurious master suite with From $400 down V.
brick en 0 large lot. 1736 walk-in closets-dressing
and
Better '
N.W. 39th Ave. 19000. room; built-in vanity wall I $13,400.to $18,200 living ::;-
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and shoe closet V I From $79 month resale value. '- -
10?; down $122.00 per Fabulous kitchen. breakfast. per _

: month. utility room and workshoparea
V / Nothing Down VA Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Str et,.
t Twenty-six foot closet wallS LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE:
Guest suite with sunken tuba left and follow Fernwood Manor.
signs to
: The Powell 3 ER, 1'/2 > Paneled library with fireplace Swimming Pool Recreation RoomS ($100 Closing Costs) J =
oak Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat
bath. floors carport "
central heat 'ull brick on Two landscaped patios 1 Central I Air Cond. Laundry Facilities Paint the Down Payment If You_ So Dcsrc-----. _

a nice wooded lot. 1514 acre lot in most select 0 Storage Lockers S Garbage Drop Chute

neighborhood Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks / From $79.34 Per Mo. -
N.W. 34th PI. $14.000
Scads of houseIs
sky light so
LUXURY'HoMES
PALM VIEW ESTATES ]-
3 Elevators
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$500 down. $36.49 per csheerful even In gloomy
weather" I ( Insurance Taxes) :
month. Including PRICED FROM $16,000 UP
This house Is Ideal for I PHONE 376-4456
lavish or casual entertaining
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Three-car garage. Total I SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL 5 DAILY
: THE JAMES CO.
square roof footage 6.000 under E 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441 Sales Blvd. & 1th Terr. :
I Office-N.E. 23rd
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35 HOUAM far Sola 35 Houses for Sol 47 Houses for Rent Thursday. September 10, 1964 Gainesville Sun 19 JI
Furn. 56 Business
OpportunitiesMONEY
66 Misc. For SaleGENERAELECTRIC1O 85 Automobiles

fey OWNER concrete block 3 bed FOUR BR. 2 bath. CBS FHA I
fI- I BR home. perfect for male- stu- MAKER
rooms. 2 baths. large conveni- nancing. $91.27 per mo. Only $450 dents. Neighborhood cu'"ft. re- '60 SUNBEAM Alpine:
ent. see at 1611 NW 10th Ter. Room for up to' boys. grocery now grossing over $60- frigerator 6 yrs. old. $50 or 47526.'I'I
reasonable
down to qualified buyer. Seller I i Call John Baldwin FR 6-4201 000 cond., one owner
or should do better. '
per year offer.
pay closing: cost. Call 372-0481 for FR 6-4(05. PRICE of $45,000 includes business Phone 372-5108. Priced right. Call FR HAWES. POWERS MSOR

.: Immediate 'appt. to see, 1804 N.W. 38th Ter. SANTA FE LAKE. CCB cottages store building. Inventory. 1 drill press on floor stand with

DON'T MISS THIS modern. 1 efficiency and 1 two PLUS 2 BR 2 Bath central heated I motorls" attachment; 8" table' saw. CADILLAC 1955 red convertible.
bedroom avail. Sept. .. Phone residence plus another house 4 lolnter sm. shaper with Ig. fully powered with new top. $20 .
I TRULY LOVELY HOMEAt GR 5-5375 Melrose. for rental plus space for 6 to box of bits 12 boat 3 h.p. See at Termeco Stat. corner of:
Malory Gardens 3% ml. Southof 7 trailers. TERMS AVAILABLE.Call Johnson kicker. All for $200. 1203 S. Main & 4th Ave.
Occupancy Campus on 441. 3 BR, 2 baths 2 bedrooms. CB., house fur. on SE 24th Ave. See after 4:30 P.M. : SMITTY SEZ:
den for Dad. year 'round com Swan Lake. $65 Mo. Also Small REDFRANKS REALESTATE 60 BONNEVILLE, loaded excellent
CHRISTMAS
9j f fort. Priced right. Drive by 1 Br.. house $45 Mo. Call FR 2- 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 3764817 Start NEARI condition $1650.
CHOICE two. three and four bed phone FR 2-4625 or FR 2-8336 8352 or GR 5-5220 Melrose. making your gifts now. Phone 376-8687.
,
I I room homes at convenient RESTAURANTNew. Classes every day from 8-5. "I'll save Trade in
tions. loca WOODROW SEAYThe FURN. 2 BR house near Univei- Closed Thurs. Night classes. 1962 heater you money.
r ;I bonus features construction piva I Master Builder sity. Large living room porches. seats 56. fully equipped. Will ELLA'S CERAMICS. wws. steering. pain.: that old of
new for
such power eater
!I a plaster wills. fully SOddM as: real I 411 N. W. 25th St. S75 per mo. lease by month or on percent 2145 E. Univ. FR 6-5543 $1395 372-5097 before 6 P.M. gas yours \
Contact
lot
age. Holiday
: Motet Bron-
,
I : lifetime terrano floors, GE central 38 Real Estated Wanted Phone FR 2-4647. _son Fla. PLAY pen. porta crib highchair 376-0050 after I P.M. one of these like new reconditioned .

c I heat adaptable to A-r;. GE 3 BR furn. house. Couple. 1731 NW buggy, and other baby 55 CHEVROLET standard transmission
I built-in oven and range all I LISTINGS WANTED 55th Ter. From 2:30 to 5:30 at 59 Money Wanted turn; Chairs. night stand bookcase 6 cylinder. Perfect cond cars. All cars carry
brick
I fronts rustic gas lamps Have buyers waiting for farms house or FR 2-3380 from 7:30 to I floor lamp, rug. Iron camera tion. Call 372-6638. 1815 NW itt "
sidewalks ship. swim club member and small acreage. 10:30. WANT to borrow $3,500rt x Ira etc.. all In good condition. PL the famous G-W warranty. j
CALL
i Priced Vt to 1/3 new price. Call
Security. Write Box
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 511care FR 6-7515. '61 Chevrolet park wood wagon, with
Angle Real EstateC. of Gainesville Sun.
; No cash down air. Wholesale STUDENT SPEClAL. -
f f VA. L. Angle Broker 3 I bedrooms 2 ONE carriage play pen & car I '54 Plymouth. perfect cond ,
baths
Low FHA stove and re- 61 Wanted to bed $5 ea. 2 infant seats $3 .
down. O. J. Angle Associate frlgerator curtains and blinds. Buy ea. 43,000 sworn to miles. $395. Phone
f Also conventional financing. 4484_NW 13th St. 374-6917 $125 per mo. Immediate occupancy. Call 372-6258. 836 NW 11th Ave. FR 64405.

;: Move in. Convenient to schools and CASH for your used appliances CHAIRS, dining-desk use 4 contour 1956 CHEVROLET. V-8. auto.
41 Residential Income shopping. 4215 NW 21st Ter. furniture, clothing etc. Call Williams shape walnut finish. $6.50 ea. Al- Trans.. mechanically excellen

'j g Inmnrr/MA// 4 .Bedroom, 2..bath home. Also I_ ad- UNFURNISHED per mo.- UnfurnfchMt 3 BR home 9 RD $110*XA I Rd. 372-3937.Service Center. Hawthorne so ea. 2 3723481.elec. hassock-type fans. $8 Best offer. Phone 3729896.

loining renTal properry. zoo ti. per mo. Call 376-7466.- -- -- COINS WANTED 1962 vw. privately owned. excellent -
1 girl's blue winter coat. size 6,
frontage. 300 block N.E.
3rd
All U.S. and foreign silver S5; 1 girl's car coat size 6, $4 condition. loaded with ex-
7 ;
Ave. Will sell ROOM 2 story. 3 BR.
1'A
t together or sepa- baths
tras. Call 372-5151 after S PM.
dollars sets 1 boy's winter 5,
proof and coat size
1955 gray
VllaGfGRfN[ $130.00
316 N.E.
rately. 3rd Ave. FR 2- per mo. Garage. 555 NE
4752. 7th Ave. GR 5-5032. half dollars. $5. All like new. 3831 SE 15th 1957 FORD convertible, new top,
REBEL STAMP & COIN ,SHOP St. 376-2744. excellent condition. Phone FR

42 Forms & Acreage THREE bedroom 2 bath house 809 W. University Ave. BARBIE type doll clothes manyoriginal 6-9648.

: NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. N.W.with Fla.Section.room.$120 built per-mo.In range Phone: WANTED Vt size violin in good styles. Priced lower 1956 FORD Fairlane 4 door one
\ "" 80 ACRES 468-1177, Waldo. condition, call 376-7438 after 5:00 than commercial. also Little Sister one.. ExteMent!! csncfiion for
South of Newberry and West of P.M. styles. 372-6512. age. (all 372-8703 after::s5: P.M.

i HUGHEDWARDS US 41. nicely rolling with beau- 2 BR. kitchen furn. $82.50 per mo. SPORTS before your eyes on 1964 CORVAIR Spider convertible,

tiful large trees. Partly cleared, 24 NE 20th St. Back yard fenced. 64 Household Goods your new carpet remove them Daytona blue radio heater. 4
t Contact Ward at 372-3289 2- with Blue Lustre. Rent electric
suitable!: for pasture or farm- or speed transmission wire wheel
ing. Several lovely home sites. 6885. shampooer $1. McDanieli Furn. covvrs. hurkrt svats. 4.00O mil!;.
Only $120 per acre. Half cash 3 BR. 1 bath $150. 1937 NW 2nd GE 4-burner, range. perfect condition Co., Gainesville Shopping Center. Take -over-payments.' ;i ni76:

I INC. and 5 year terms. S. E. SAPP, Ave. Phone 3763401. blond$50.finish.Gate-leg suit.dining for trailer. table -- BEDROOM set. 9 piece $250 or 4339 or 372-9776. (
F
REALTOR, NEWBERRY.
FR chest $50 bureau $70 bed $45. ;
28R house for lease, $125 per 2-0982. 1964 Chevrolet Impala. 26.000 miles.
4 North Central Florida's Largest mo. Located at 815 NW 20th St. FREE vanity $15 chair $15 vanity Wholesale price. Call FR 6-4405
Builder and ISO acres 60 acres In permanent Contact owner at 905 NW 20th St. WESTINGHOUSE sewing bench $7. night table $15 mirrors -
Furnished model t'2"rNE 15th pasture. plenty of water fenced machine. walnut cabinet. attach 2 for $35 bed chaise $25 '64 BELAIR $325 down. will con
St. and cross fenced Vi mile road .THREE bedroom house with stove ments. $45. platform rocker $10 floor lamp $10 wing chair $30, 9 sider older car. Call FR 2-805/,
374-7971 frontage. $145 an acre. and refrigerator furnished. Avail- child's desk & chair $15. FR X 12 grey rug $25 9 X 17 rug after 5:30. .
able last of Sept. 1311 N.E., 14th 6-6650. $30 with hall eq
runners
80 acres suitable for cutting Into pads grey 1964 VW Deluxe Micro bus spli .
,
1. McKINNEYGREEN smaller tracts. Good Investment.Call Ter. $115 mo. on lease. Wese- SOFA and white sisal 32 feet for $12. seat red & white 50 HP. excellent "
plus new slip covers; and other Items. Phone ;
Fordyce 374-1234. man Realty FR 4-2472. Draperies .
condition. private party. $&
$95. FR 63449.THREEQUARTER 372-4158.
12 Acres W. of town paved road. 4 Bedroom 2V4 bath living room i 395. Call FR 2-4281 weekends ant WE WILL
S4800.00 dining room combination. Large bed with box MAPLE twin beds youth mattress weekdays after 6 P.M. I!

: DEATON. 20 Acres W. of town, paved road house and yard. Kincaid Rd. springs and mattress. $25. Phone like new. Mahogany bedr o o m 55 FORD. automatic. 45/000 miles,
S12.500.00See Southeast Section. Call FR 2-2648. 372-9720. set. clean innerspring mattress
REALTORS Radio & Heater. CaD FR 61..71weekends
box springs. Phone 376-0223. {
our Ad for Ranchettes
der LOTS un- 3 BR, 1 bath CCB house. cent T-A-G APPLIANCES or after 5 p.m. NOT BE
HIGHLANDS heat. stove walking distance Lit- SPECIAL
Net price, reduced Tested and Guaranteed MUST SELL
We recommend this Ideally located tlewood Westwood. $120 m r. 42 Refrigerators from $39 30' high T.V. mast. All channel 1960 Rnault Dalphine excellent
Moeller Avail end of up T.V. antennas. 50'< antenna wire. _
Mary _
home la this most desired and restricted Sept. 610 NW 35th Ranges from $39 up condition. Black. R & H. $400
: : neighborhood of the T..r. Phone 376-1374. 17 Washers from $19 up 75' guy wire mounting bracket. Reda, 1614 NW 3rd PI. I
Northeast 3 B.R. I Bath-L.R. Realtor 8 Dryers from $49 up Stand eft's everything you : UNDERSOLD -
D. R. Fireplace Garage- 1819 W. University FR 4-4X71 49 Rooms For Rent 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up need. '62 GALAXIE XL 500. 406 motor i
streets new ww tires 4 on floor, like
paved sidewalks Excellent 2 Dishwashers from $49 up Only $18.95Also
condition and priced most 10 TV Sets channel master "Econo Kit" new. $2100. Phone 372-8518.
ROOMS for from
$35
43 Colored Property men. plenty of hot water up
.. .- reasonably Can be FHA financed. off street parking. P hone JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. $12.WILLIAMS 1954 CHEVROLET priced high bu CALL FOR A FREE
Don't miss seeing this 374-4034. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 SERVICE CENTER worth it. $395. Original owner _
' nice home before you buy. Call HOMES FOR SALE FOR Hawthorne Rd. 372-3927 Phone 372-2895. DEMONSTRATION
SALE.
p FR 2-3417. 2 & 3 bedrooms SE 14th St. & PRIVATE entrance share bath 5 hot water tanks 30
1 7th Ave. Small down payment downtown location. $40 per mo. 0211.ISO' gal.with gas heater attached also FOR SALE gray frize davenport 1957 Cross country Rambler station FR 6-3400
STOP! LOOK! monthly payments $S1 to $65. Phone 372-C481. for appt to see. with butane gas tank. Complete & chair; 2 sliding closet doors wagon. excellent condition. $500
gauges 2 crane shak 3' X 6' 8" with the hard.vare.Phone .
Also homes Call FR 6-1950.
This oewly listed property Is worth built on your Jot low well pumps. Inquire Lewis 372-0056.
your consideration before you buy. with no down payment. Ph. 50 Mobile Homes Jewelry Co. i
JiS Ideal location In the restrict FR 2-4125. FOR SALE one J. C. Higjins tent CLEAN Cadillac for sale by own ----
ed. Northwest Is much desired. 2sR trailer 10' wide on private FOR SALE 30" gas range In excellent -. sleeps I. 4 cots all for $75 cash. er. Call 376-3971 any time. Rca 64 CHEVROLET 60 CADILLACSuper
: : Give us an opportunity to show New. Quality Hugh Eowards built lot. Call 374-1502 or 376-5856. condition. 4 burners. oven CaU Cecil H. Harper. KeystoneHts. sonable.
I ..you this.choice 3 B.R. 2 bath home. Three bedrooms 1 bath. broiler & storage space. $"0 or Ph. 473-4519 after 6 P.M. or
-
. Fla. room home. Beautifully shaded As low as $..3. per month with 1 BR trailer no pets, no children. best offer 374-8775. no Saturdays. 60 VALIANT. A.T.. r & h, 4 dr., Sport, automatic transmission radio 4 door. hardtop. loaded.
$2.000 down or will termsto 3037 SW Archer Rd. 372-5433. V-200,
arrange black exterior red & white
lot Just nice hun.e beautiful
a for heater car.
.-. real living enloyment Excel suit buyer. Located 443 NE DISCOUNTHKILtb Interior. Looks sharp good me $2095
67 Posts
." lent condition Drive by 111 Uth Street. 51-A Wanted To Rent Trading chanical condition. Call 372-5424 $2995

.'-' N.. W. 26th_St._ and call for ap- Hugh Edwards., ..... Inc. --
D"......" ....L.. ...", WiLtrade good 14 foot fiber-
I ; pomimeni. PR 2-3617. BUSINESS WOMAN desires glass boat for your car even 1963 PLYMOUTH station wagon. 4
LOTS trade or boot If warranted. FR dr., V-8, A.T.. radio heater. pow
NORTH EAST: I am Interested In buying sever- fum. apt. Box 579-A cIa We undersell everybody. 2-8181. er steering like new. A bargain 60 RAMBLER
Three B.R. Sleeping porch al lots at the right price. Call Gainesville Sun. HENDRIX at $1950. Call 372-9607 before 5:30 63 CHEVROLET
Living room Separate dining 372-4125 72 Office P.M. or 372-3251 after 5:30 P.M
_reom 2 baths comple'ely LARGE shady lot across street FURNITURE CO. Equipment : 4 door hardtop. Impala automatic 2 door. radio. heater.
furnished-Including 'kitchen ev'ifm 43-1 COLORED RENTALS from school close to shopping NW 5th Ave. at 10th St. 62 CORVAIR TOO 2-door Coupe
GUARANTEED used electric transmission radio heater, steering -
"V Lot 100 x_10)Call_ Immediate FR- _ _ _ and 463-1595.! huh Wa:In do Waldo. $15 per mo.' KENMORE washing machine $2sl writers. Sales. rental & repairsof type- Sacrifice. $1025. 376-2511. sharp. power $695
occupancy
: NOW RENTING Heavy duty floor polisher $12 all office machines.
23ii7 Phone 372-6474. can see at lwiCAS CENTRAL BUSINESS MACHINE, 87 Automobiles Wonter
.. COLORED ultra modern 2 BR du- 54 Business Rentals N.W. 3rd P1. I INC. $2195

... -ASSOCIATES plex apartments. large living and _ _ _ 2-burner Kenmore 901 NW 4th St. Ph. 372-5290 CARS WANTED 1950-54 Fords '
dining modern kitchen with electric h of
J. Fred GUY Jayne Butt!rworth area CHEVROLET
Large commercial building for rent. plate white enamel, & Chevrolets. A Hemdon ServIce -
fan large storage closets. terraz. new. S20.
Col. J. W.. Davis H. J. WiltshireMultiple lo-inch 73 Musical Merchandise Station 916 SE 4th St.
Listing' zo floors. tile baths. space heatCCII., Fordyce 3761236.SMALL 1 G.E. oscillating fan, ... '
er and hot water heater faclll FR 2-1137 after 6 p.m. VALIANT 4 door, sedan standard transmission 6

NEW HOME FOR SALE ties for washing machines. and BYRDren. range. 30" Kenmore WILL transfer to responsible party cyl.. heater.
with choice of four spinet console
BY BUILDER paved streets. See at N.E. 26th DAN luxury features. like new. reduced pianos. Pick up payments or of Wur- TROPICALPONTIAC 2 door., V-200, automatic transmission
' 3 BR.'2 bath.' central heat & air Ter. or call for appointment 3723768268.. to $88. Phone 374-2634. litzer Spinet Piano trade back. heater, local car. $845
conditIonIng May be seen by ap 5321 or 372-5322.
pointment. 3300 NW 28th Ave. FOR LEASE 10.000 sq. ft. store CLEAN. used refrigerators for save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with
Phone 374-2258. building, W. Univ. Ave. Price $800 Phone 372-5002. sale. sound & motion. pick up payments -
44 Cottages for Rent per mo. Call Hershall Haynes, we have a piano to fit $1495

t BY OWNER.cen. heat & air cond., FR 6-2641 or B. F. MIzell FR GE electric range, excellent condi- any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO., 302 N.W. 8th Ave.
2'''' bath. 3 BR, family living 1 BR lake cottage on Lake Winnot 6-7551. tion.Call $25. Pair of water skis $10. 702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031. FR 2-2583 60 CHRYSLER

dining rm.. large kitchen, bUiltlake privileges. For Information to LARGE Shop building. Long term after 5:30 P.M. 376-8672. PRACTICE PIANOS '
in appliances. Large see call 372-0481. 1962 63 CORY AIR
garage. KENMORE
lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th range excellent Upright pianos $95 and up "300" convertible loaded.
3448 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR SANTA FE LAKE, cottages CCB, Ave. FR 4-5568. condition. $100. Call 372-345,1 aft- Used spinet pianos. $495 and up "
2-4518. .r 5 P.M. 700" 4 door 4 radio heater.
speed ,
1 >\ 2 bedroom. 1-2 bedroom trail-
SMALL business or office space located Used organs. $795 and up. VolucRatcdUsed
2 YEAR REPOSSESSION er. 15 miles from city. Phone In 1600 block West University GRIDLEY MUSIC COMPANY : $1695
Waldo 468U129. Ave. 66 Miic .For $1495
VERY GOOD CONDITION phone FR For 4-3012.more information Sale. Gainesville FR Shopping 25353. Center Cars

4 BR. 2 bath central heat built- 45 Furnished Apts. HERMES

in oven range & dishwasher, _ _ _ FOR space STORE call John&Merrill WAREHOUSE Realtor. Lady Kenmore portable dishwasher typewrtier $25; SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at B&G MOTOR CO.
2005 NW 37th Blvd. Call First 1322 N. W. 12th5treet. $60 per 372-1494. Maple bunk beds 8. mattresses A $80 $495. Rebuilt small Grand Piano 63 CHEVY II 60 FORD

Federal 374-7551. month Call FR 6-66711fter 5 P.M. $25; Cartop carrier $3; dinette 8. $650. Also another truck load of Cadillac Oldsmobile

A most unusual BRAND NEW EFFICIENCY- APARTMENTS.: $50 OFFERED BY BUILDER need 4 chairs $15; two 26-ln. bikes fully those guaranteed fine factory arrived rebuilt pianos today. 2001 NW 13th St. Nova sport coupe, radio heater, standFoirlane 500" V-8. automatic trons-
& charming home repair. $5
month. Phone 4663448. ea.j FR 6-7648.' ard transmission. mission radio. heater.
of 5 bedrooms 3 full baths pan- We Invite you to visit us for all ,
3 Bedroom. 2V4 bath home. -- ------
BICYCLE
elled den & sewing room. In one DUPLEX 2 bedroom apartment. gas 24-inch J. C Higgins your musical needs.
of Gainesville's finest residential for cooking and heating. private Show house at 3321 N.W. 28th (1317.boy's)' Well kept. Phone FR 2- LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE '62 BUICK LeSabre. 4 door $1645 V $695

areas. By builder owner. Call front & back entrance. nice Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom 2 112 SE 1st Street sedan automatic transmission.

372-3727 to Inspect. shady yard cold water furnished. FOR SALE or TRADE for .: PIANOS & ORGANS
bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd dee power steering. power brakes .
SALE BY OWNER TO SETTLE No small children or pets. Phone freeze 20.000 BTU air cond.. Used NEW & USED radio. heater air conditioned

ESTATE 2 BR CCB house FR 24400.CLEAN Court. T. D. Zetrouer. Phone S mos. 10 Cu. ft.. Back to school special sale on pi- low miles. . . . .$2395 62 CORVAIR
good Northwest location HW 1 bedroom apartment FR 43843.KINGSBERRY. excellent condition. Wardrobe"! anos Exclusive dealer for See- 60 FORD

floors kit. equipped washing across from Campus couples on practically 3727C62. new* 6'xrx3Vi'Phone burg organs. MELTON MOTORS Mania, 2 door. /radio. heater. 4 speed.
machine air conditioner. FHAapproved ly. Call 372-2830 for details. GAINESVILLE MUSIC CENTER 2 door, standard transmission, radio,
$10.500 monthly FOR Univ. Ave. 703 N. MAIN ST. FR 47571BARKLEY
pay SALE White 372-5421 1025 W.
ments $62.35. Call 376-4463. Sun. UPPER duplex. 3 rooms. bath. _ _ _ greens for Acre peas, nice; $1295 heater. 6 cyl.
days and after 5 call 376 5823. $35 nice neighborhood. 723 NE Newberry. freezer.Florida.HOTPOINT Phone 472-2091. VIOLIN.= ,. _full_. size i ,..good condition -- --
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)4: .nonp .j.j""
th Ave. GR 5-5032. $525
MUST SACRIFICE lovely 3 BR _
home In Westmorland. Only $15- I refrigerator with freez2152 -!
000. with $700 down. It features 47 Houses for Rent Furn. '--.J8 ing..Good condition' J75. Call 372. 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 62 FAIRLANE

lg. floored I attic Fla. rm.
estlb. lawn. fenced back yard 8. THREE bedroom. 2 battThouse on HOMES NEW Men's English byke-racer FOR SALE 1949 Vi ton Chevrolet "500", 4 door sedan.. automatic trans
Sliver Lake near Keystone. pick-up truck in good mechanical Is 9 CHEVROLET
luxurious Ihrubs. See It .055 NW 3762615. speeds. fenders. lights and car. condition. $175. cash. 1116 NE MOTORS"IN mission, radio, heater V-S.
12th Ave. or call 372.Q19. Toke your choice of over rier. $45. Can be seen at 908
13th PI. 372-4475.
90 beautiful brick SW 7th Ave. THE AUTO GAMEBARKLEY'S $1395 2 door standard transmission, 6 cyl..,
G. E. GREAT DAN TRAILERS. INC. THE NAME" real sharp.
a Kingsberry homes automatic washer In excel- Factory Branch
McCOY/S. lent condition. Call FR 2-9773. 3160 West Beaver Street 2201 N. Main St.

WHY PAY 2 PRICES? Jacksonville. Fla. FR 2-4373 $795
$9,000 to $30,000 ON a 1964 model. Select-0-Mat- Phone 387-3541 62 RAMBLER
Ic Zig Zag We have a large selection of exceptionally -
MACOMA HOMES INC sewing machine. When
clean used trai I ers-
we have
a repossessed like new 4 door, radio heater.
/ Flats Vans, Reefers, DeepFreeze
little that does all
as as fancy stitches but GAINESVILLEAUTO

In beautiful Suburb Heights west of NW 43rd St. NO MONEY DOWN sews tonholes on applique buttons over monograms.casting conditioned.and Tanks completely re SALES $1195 59 PLYMOUTH

adjoining.city. limits. on your lot etc. Responsible party can as- Fury 4 door automatic transmission. ra-
sume five 1007 N. Main St.
payments at $7.80 or Automotive
The Charming rhe 4 Livable pay balance of $35. For Information Phone FR 2-6313 dio heater.
Monthly call 372-7<8 and ask for 62 Volkswagen
RANCHO GRANDE TIKI payments Mr. Parker. Northcentrol FlorId&sLargest $595

3 bedrooms. 2 baths 3 bedroom 2 bath. large as low as 2 MOS. OLD gas stove with grill 83 Motorcycles & Scooters (2)) 1 sunroof. dean.

study family room living screened porch beautiful $56.00 $125. Convertible sofa hide-a-bed Independent Dealer
1964 ALLSTATE scooter 5mos.
room, dining room, oak family room oak parquet like new $65. Phone 3726848. old. Must sacrifice. $369 new. Now $1225

parquet floor drapes in- floors drapes included.Several new homes ready GE push button elec. range. Has $225. Call 372-6407. 58 DESOTO

eluded. $30,000 10% $28,500 10% Down. for immediate occupancy. timer and deep well. Paid $249. '63 DUCATI Bronco excellent con-

( Down. Our 1964 Parade Home Gibson Excellent 1 condition.ton air will cond.take $99. dition. 1211 N. W. 10th Ave. or VOLKSWAGEN '62 VALIANT 4 door' station wagon automatic trans
not a -
4320 N\N 17th P1. 3225 NW 28th Ave. phone! 376- 77.
THE JAMES co. year old. Just like new sold for mission, radio., heater, power steering,
S2W. Will take $125. See at 805 V-200,2 door heater. real clean. Y-S.
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84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS1RCONDlTIONiNGTUne
'PLANNI.NG TO BUILD'! N.E. Jith Ave. or call FR 2-5047.
I 901 Waldo Rd
Let us give you on estimate on cOl'\tractlng your new Ph 372-252' SINGER "600" TOUCH AND SEW A up $1095 $495
custom home. on. Newest model 1964 touch and sew Special. $2.50 for performance

Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290 Evenings 372-6441 needle.fully automatic All built-in zig designs.zag. slant but- of test.Chrysler All makes built cars.and models.Hawes- MILLER- I.V>.

Nite FR 6.5015 or 6-6502 Builders of tonhoies sews on buttons, blind Powers Motor Co.. Air Conditioning !- 61 IMPERIAL

Office lOcated at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd. Klngsberry Homes over hems$349 does, assume everything.payments Sold for of Servicing Center. 204 N. BROWN IoUTOooOIU. 57 FORD
I Main St.. Phone FR 22561.
1030 E. Univ. I:1ALLeFR :
$10.50. Call Credit Manager 372- 4 door. crown. power steering power T "m"7
7680. SPECIAL auto painting. $29.95. 2.3582 brakes, radio. heater, air conditioned. 2 door, hardtop V-S. standard trani$2495 -

QUAILS for sale. Live or dressed. Auto repair & tuneup. mission, .
Miller & Sons
Phone
4812674.
732 NW 1stSt._ 372-7915 .do.$375

SINGER AUTOMATIC
SERVICESHome Twin needle zig zag In beautifulnew 85 Automobiles for Sale 1964

mahogany desk. Sacrifice.
Original price over $300 balance iT5839.00Omiles. $100. Runs 61 DODGE
$152 or payments of $8.'" per but needs loving care. FR 6-764. '

month. Machine does all fancy 1960 Plymouth Savoy. I cylinder Lancer. 4 door, automatic transmission S 7 BUICK I
single
and double needle designs four door standard transmission FORD radio heater.
And Business button holes ziO zag stiching.etc. with heater best offer over Roadmaster 2 door, hardtop, full power.
I Mikell's Sewing Machine $800. Call 3721646. 1106 N. E.
Service 81i W. Univ. Ave. FR 9th Ave. $995 $445
I 8-1355.
63 OLDS Jetfire fac. air turbo
Appraisal Service I Upholstery ALUMINUM awnings. 10 x 30. charged, 4 speed loaded. John CLEARANCE
$125. Edgar L. Wight. Jr. 462- Pierson. FR 2-1743 or see at 1122
I 1194. NW 4th Ave. 61 PLYMOUTH
FRED B. ARNOLD II PMOLSTEt your furniture '
REALTOR reasonable prices. Call SallyRemodeling at. CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew '55 CHEVROLET $99. Rough but 4 door, station wagon automatic trans- 58 Studebaker
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL Expera nced. PR 6-9U8. and Used S60 dependable. R & H. Call 376- .
SERVICE NW 13th T.r. 042048 Complete line of photo supplies 5552 after 5 weekdays, anytime mission, radio heater power steering, 4 door station wagon radio heater
1219 W UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-35 FULL ER'S FOTO INC. Sat. & Sun. SALE v-8. real. .'"".
\ 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 $295
!
BulldozingSMALL TRADE your costly to operate $1395 V
DO NEED. ElECTRIC water heater. and POOLE-CABLE V
YOU J-lord
bulldOzer. loader, dump room, ex'
$48
for a new glasslined GAS
I trucks fill dirt. lime rock. Top tra room more room roof work water '
soil. Phone 372-7844. or maybe a complete heater. Much more hot MOTORS 55 FORD
new home? '
For a free estimate & guaranteed OUR water at LP about GAS.half the PROPANE.cost witn SHAW 61 FALCON

LandscapingLANDSCAPE work, phone Carl 4 c. ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. DODGE-DART 4> door standard transmission, 6 cyl,
Waters. 3728049.EXPERIENCED.
2 door clean.
T-V TRUCKS radio, heater.
antennas. $3 single stack. $7
SERVICE CARPENTER"Paint double stack. SI3.00 complete kit. 119 SE 1st Ave. 372-4343 &
Grass-Sod-Garden Main-Nursery and repair lobs performed by Jim Voyles. 41* NW Ith Ave. $795 $175

tock of all.. kInds.CREVASSES carpenter who loves his trade OOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY
k NURSERY CALL FR 6-4907 Chairs low -as S8. No money
Landscape Co. down, low as SS per month. FOR THE CORRECT '
I FR 4-2514 for free estimate. Roofing Free estimates, pickup and delivery TIME KEETER 60 CHRYSLER 55 CHRYSLER

J I I service. All work guaranteed. .
Appliance Repair Cr Mortgage Broker
( Air Conditioning Contractor WE WANT TO buy late model used FR 2-1411 steering power brakes, radio, heater heater runs good.
MORTGAGE MONEY For all refrigerators. Exceptionally High 238 W. University air
conditioned.
_ _ _ I n* per cent Interest. Terms to call your us roofing anytime.FR needs. and repairs trade-ins now given. Courtesy Of $245

25 years. 6-7745 WILSON'S EXCHANGE University Chevrolet
HANDYMAN SHOP $1495
A-1 BUY BUILD REFINANCE 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 4-447T. Phone FR 6-5371
First In air conditioning and Appliance CIII N. Main St. at 16th An.
repairs. We sell goararv Dan Byrd Ph. 376-3875 Sewing Machine Repairs NEW ana used chain saws lawn '
_-'lead_washers. refrigerators etc.Auto mowers, edgers. tampers. light : 1 62 MERCURY
FR 4.0267. FHA and conventional at lowest lL-SEwING MACHINE SERVICE plants, cable. Wisconsin Briggs .. 60 DODGE
current rates. Terms to 25 CO. ItS W. University & Stratton new and used mo Commuter. station 4 door auto-
wagon ,
GlassAUTO years. Will gladly discuss at no Ave. 374-1975. We repair .11 tors. Rental, sales and service. 4 door automatic
transmission radio marie
obligation. Call tomorrow.J. _Makes. Worn fyljy!' gua"teM. Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE transmission radio, heater, power
W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor 16ttt -Ave. Phone 3763411. heater power jteerin*. real sharp. steering, air conditioning one owner.
GLASS is our only bustness. 31 N. Main St. P0\. FR 2..494 SewingAlterationsDresSln&niI. PIANO: $100. Sofa bed and rock- SALE

Immediate Installation, FRED B. ARNOLD er $35. Desk $7. Misc. baby $895 $1945See
& delivery. Add
free pickup REAL TOR clothes & fum. Stroller $10. bami-
beauty & value to your car. alterations and re
MAUl DIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. FHA AKD CONVENTIONALLOANS pair. Opal Holder, 2780 SE 79 Its nette $8. car bed S3. FR 44811.SMALL .

32J N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2558._ Ave. : : : chest type horn freezer : J. L. SMITH WILBUR SLIGH
tilt W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 (FR J-8678J excellent condition. $50. Phone PAUL BARNETT,
COMETSMERCURYSUSED
Auto Equipment GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA TELEVISIONFiwiUKt 376-0873.
and conventional loans. Low USED vacuum cleaners $15 .. FRANK GRAY
rat*. Terma to 25 vears. 1228 up. some l.ke new. Call 67119 or
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & W. Univ. Ave. 375-5393. I TUBE; Repair SpeciaLvt see at 712 N. Main.
exchanged Repair kits for per Inch plus SID to Install
walker Jacks. Factory authorl F. H. A. .. Com loans tubes. 1 Year most REPOSSESSEDStyle CARS
warranty. Special ,
'. eel Walker Hydraulic Jack FORDYCE ASSOCIATES INC Reconditioned TV's from $*.' Mate Like
w Singer
REALTORS
Hut ( 5 BRAKE HAWES
Service Agent. POWERS
MSORPLYMOUTHVALUNT.CHRYSLERSIMCA
THE VARIETY ,
w. 76-1236 STORE new nothing to buy to Zig Zag
-SERVICE SUPPLY 1314 S. __ 24 W. Univ.
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,,, .,., 1 S.E. lit Av. applique monogram. fancy stitches .
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4.jAin fR 4 Technician's with 84 years experience button holes darns, mends, CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY
PlumbingSEWER on all makes.ADVERTISE etc. Assume payments of $7.50
;Sun Want Ads per me. Small balance. MOtetf i

......- INSTALLEDNEW IN THE Sewing Univ. FR Machine 8-1355. Service. 115 W. 506 E. University FR 6-2425
& used fixtures complete

Get Results HUGUIEY.plumbing service Gainesville"BIG**Plum JIM SERVICE DIRECTORY FOR lawn SALE mower Jacobson, like new reel$70. type For i 516 S. Main St. FR 2-4251 I IV 312 N. MAIN ST. FR 63400f'

,I Ing. FR 2-1589. Information call 316-1521. ,

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i LBJ, BARRY GET SAME IDEA ?


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[ the SUN \Ys.iry'i vryr.<} The Battle on Foreign- Policy- ,


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II .II I WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- Progress. Gen Lucius D. Clay, former Bourke B. Hickenlooper of cial and foundation executive

,GENERAL HOSPITAL tore, 3663 Newberry Road and dent Johnson and Sen. Barry Goldwater, declaring the commander of U.S. forces in Iowa, ranking GOP member of and Gerhart Niemeyer, Notre

September 8, 1964 Billy J. Nobles, no address list Goldwater, seeming to hit on Johnson foreign policy adds up Europe and the late President the Senate Foreign Relations Dame political science professor. -
ed at 10:18
BIRTHSMr. W., p.m. Tuesday at the same idea at the same time, to "defeat, disaster, retreat, John F. Kennedy's troubleshoot. Committee; Rep. Melvin R. sor.
University Ave. and 12th
and Mrs. John White, 2035 Terr. have mustered some all-star chaos, confusion," named these er during the Berlin crisis; Laird of Wisconsin, chairman of
[I reinforcements for the in addition to Nixon to his Herbert Hoover Jr. former the 1964 GOP platform committee -
NW 36th Ave., a boy; Mr. and John D. Fellers, 641 NW 35th 'cam- men I il I
Mrs. Donald Vaughn, 1915 E. St. and Maxie Smith, 416 SE paign battles ahead over foreign task force: undersecretary of state; Sen. ; Adolph W. Schmidt, finan- ilJ.tC.Mb

Univ. Ave., a girl; Mr. and 10th Ave., at 6:30: p.m. Wednes- -.riM. i policy. nN tQ&ftIQE:
Mrs. Dale W. Kirmse, 2317 NW day at SW 4th Ave. and 1st The President" announced at GOLDWATER DECLARES _

17th St., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. St. GOV. WALLACEWallace his news conference Wednesday"the re.5 Busltesa

John Frierson, 3027 NW 4th Patricia I. P. Olofsson 226 formation of a panel of

Terr., a girl. NW 3rd Ave. and Seth C. Havens Hits distinguished citizens who will GOP Won't Be MelWAvailable Auto

1406 NW 8th St., 5:09 consult with the president dur-i Horne

ADMITTED p.m. Wednesday at NW 16th AtLBJInBacklash ing the coming months on major Life

Mrs. Dorothy Vaughn, Mrs. Ave. and 4th St. international problems facingthe I SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) -I charged $1 for a ticket. As Goldwater worked his way _

Shirley White, Sandra Adams, Detroit. C.- Allen, 1009 NW Stir United States." Sen. Barry Goldwater, steppingup Goldwater lit into foreign .north his trip took on all the I! ; 215 N.L ,

Larry Freeney, Joyce Kirmse,I 6th Ave. and Charles E. Ste- Goldwater, his .Republican his criticism of President affairs immediately. He characteristics of a campaign in 1st Stre.t

Barbara Wilson, Harold James, phenson, 1631 NE 4th Ave., at iuui fiurk uJimifiWASHINGTON foe, was also turning out a Johnson's actions at home and claimed the Cuban crisis -II full swing. 1 I Fit 2-3576 1

Mrs. Wortley Alday, Carroll 2:30: p.m. Wednesday at SW 8th Gov. speech in Seattle naming a abroad, today swings into Ida- which caused the late President .

Kinard, Lorraine Williams,I Ave. and 10th St. George C. Wallace of Alabama seven-man team headed by ho, Montana and Minnesota. John F. Kennedy to cut short a

Amanda Dobbs, Frederick Ronald L. Sullivan, 2520 NE will resume his former Vice President RichardM. "The Republican party this campaign tour of the West _i II- I. 1
18th campaignfor ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A
Ter. and
Buchholz, Mrs.: Marilyn Reeb, Joe K. Parks,. "states' rights" and racial Nixon to confer with free ....... is: not going to be a me-too I proved two things.
17M NF 15th at: 9p.m. "1 Ye -- -
Ter
Mrs. MarjorIe uetioti, Mrs. world leaders in "a serious and Goldwater said Wednes- "First, of course, it proved)
: 3thSland iegregation-and indirectly for j party,
Wednesday at SW 11
Wilma Cash, all of Gainesville; 4th Ave.Lanard Sen. Barry Goldwater-in a'northern" historically significant attemptto day. To emphasize his point, he that an administration which FLORIDA Swimming Pool

Cecil Guy Freyermuth, New- speech regroup freedom's badly whacked away at Johnson in long had planned on the basis I
making
W. Jackson !
717 NW
berry; Teressa Hart, Lake Butler scattered forces while there is direction especially at that the Soviet never would
i
5th Ave. and Maxine W. Mus- swing before the election, it every
Walter Efferen, Bronson; still time." policy. move missiles into this hemis-I by Rivers Construction Co.A .
grove, Jacksonville, at 12:45 was learned yesterday.His his foreign
Mary Howard, Lake Butler; objective observers "We do not intend to rubber- "We are not going to be diverted phere, was dead and dangerously
p.m. Wednesday at E. University say,
Jonathan Richardson, McIntosh standing- wrong," Goldwater said. QUALITY POOL Backed by
Ave. and 7th St. will be to stir the "backlash" stamp four years of mistake, he told a a

; Hubert Stewart, Archer; Quinton C. Ford, 1122 NW vote against the Civil Rights retreat and weakness in world room-only crowd of more than "And it proved that despite FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY

Clarence Shepard, Archer; 43rd Ave. and Eula S. Brock, Act, "Big government", and affairs," .Goldwater declared.. 14,000 at Seattle's Coliseum. weeks, and months of warning

Pearl Glissom, Hawthorne; 1500 NW 9th Court, at 11:45 President Johnson. On his part, Johnson made no "Foreign policy is an issue. It about the missiles, an adminis- 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40

Mack Weeks, Old Town; Shelly p.m. Wednesday at W. University The segregationist governor reference to politics or the is going to remain an issue tration totally political in its Priced at $3,000 to $3,500
Fender Dunnellan; Richard campaign and included both until the moment this goals and instincts could and
Ave. and Main St. will retrace some of the route right up NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH
Stephens, Hawthorne; Margaret Margie D. Williams, 1126 he followed in losing-but by Democrats and Republicans on administration finally gets ,'would wait until the perilous

Salazar Starke; Willie Rob NW 7th Ave. and Samuel C. his panel -many of whom have around to doing something that last moment to take action _
unexpectedly
erts, Alachua; H. Thomas Hilton narrow marginsin had of free- take action at time that EACH POOL YOU GET
Ullman, 1062 NE 14th Ave., powerful roles in shaping really serves the cause a would
St. Pete; Evie Posey, Haw- at 9:26 a.m. Wednesday at NW many localities-the Democratic American policy since World dom in this world." have maximum political Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board

thorne. 3rd Ave. and 10th St. last spring presidential in Wisconsin primari Indi-es War II.Johnson. Goldwater said Democratshad pact." im-I Pool}Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner I

DISCHARGEDEllis John L. Carter, 515 NE 9th ana, and Maryland.Both said the consultants used foreign crises for Goldwater said he had appointed -! Leaf Net

Ave. and James W. Voyles, 1704 Wisconsin and Indiana would include former Secretaryof political gain, and declared: a commission, headed' CALL FOP FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION
Johnson, William Har- NW 8th Ave., at 9:29: a.m. Wed- State Dean Acheson; Arthur "Americans must be prepared, by .Richard M. Nixon, to study
have
rell, Eugene Kitchens, Marion nesday at a' parking lot in the been "normally Republican" Dean, former disarmament under such an administration, peace and freedom and make RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO-
in
Fletcher, Maude Howe, Frankie 1000 block of N. Main St. presidential election negotiator; John Cowles, presi- to be faced by crisis of some suggestions to him. Its job: "A
Patricia Myles and years. Until 1960, when a heavy election. serious and 1909 EAST 5th STREET
Farley, dent of the Minneapolis Star and sort just before an historically significant
baby girl, Frances Johnson, Fire Calls Democratic vote in Balti- Tribune; attorney Morris Leib- Goldwater was expected to attempt to regroup free- DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA,

Wanda Blackburn, Charles Rip- At 11:15 p.m. Wednesday, a more gave President Kennedy man; Gen. Omar Bradley; keep hammering at Johnson dom's badly scattered forces 622-7048 FLA.

per, Mrs. Myrtle Justice and fire of undetermined origin a majority in Maryland, that James Wadsworth, a former today. His schedule called for while there is still time." __1"C. I'II, ;..,.. .,..,... .

Baby Girl, James Powell, Lock-' caused heavy damage at the state had not elected a Democrat disarmament negotiator; Ar- stops in Boise, Idaho; Great I

wood Davis, Harry Rehberg, Tacoma Bar, U. S. 441 south of since 1944. thur Larson, former chief of the Falls, Mont.; and then a major'

Leon Collins, Maxine Imler, Gainesville.At On the basis of published U.S. Information Agency; speech in Minneapolis tonight.On I' Men's Shop- ;

Marjorie Massey, Walter Efferen 12:41 a.m. today, a short polls, all three states are be- James Perkins, president of this Western trip the I I

Teresa Hart, Myrtle John- circuit resulted in a minor fire lieved to be now leaning toward Cornell University; Robert Republican presidential candidate Street Floor =

son, Baby Boy Mason. at Moore's Trailer Court, 2330E. Johnson. But it was Wal- Lovett, former defense secre- has been passing through II

University Ave. lace, according to his aides Richard
captured by
tary; George Kistiakowsky, territory !
POLICE FIRE REPORT '
who "discovered the civil former White House science M. Nixon in 1960, but in Minne-
Accident Roundup I ArrestsJ. rights backlash" in his April adviser; sota he will be In the heart of I

Involved in accidents reported L. Lazonby Sr., NW 16th and May presidential primary Roswell Gilpatric, former Democratic territory. The state \ OPEN TONIGHT 'TIL i 9:00: :

by the Gainesville Police Department -Ave. Ext., was arrested by campaigns. Accordingly, Wal- deputy secretary of defense; went for John F. Kennedy in the

and the Alachua Coun- Gainesville police at 12:40 a.m. lace is regarded by many as Paul Hoffman, former foreignaid last election, has a Democratic

ty Sheriff's Office during the Tuesday at NW 13th St. and 3rd the best qualified campaignerto administrator; Eugene governor, and two Democratic --

past 48 hours were: Ave. and charged with physical exploit it. Black, former head of the World senators, one of whom is Hubert .E ,

Rodger M. Harrison, Waldo possession of a motor vehicle The governor bowed out as Bank; John McCloy, who has; H. Humphrey, Lyndon B. John-I I-uau;. f

and Dwight L. Bass, 1103 SE while intoxicated. a "serious candidate" last July often negotiated for the United I son's vice presidential running 8BaoktoGampus

3rd St., at 10:53 p.m. Tuesdayat Arthur O'Neal, 611 SE 14th 20, reportedly after southern States with the Soviet Union; I mate.

W. University Ave. and 13th St., was arrested by Alachua backers of Goldwater pressured Allen Dulles, former director ol f For the second night in a row : GuidetowhatfsINafldwliat's

St. County sheriff's deputies Tues him to withdraw to avoid the Central Intelligence Agency,, Goldwater had a tremendous l

Charles G. Mixson Jr., 105, day at 9:20: p.m. on a worthless: splitting the "backlash vote", and Teodoro Moscoso, former. crowd. As in Los Angeles Tuesday -I

NW 20th Drive, Phillip E. Pas, check_charge. against Johnson. coordinator for the Alliance for' night, each person was I S OUTIn



The University LEGAL of Florida NOTICE will receive which it reveaM bat tet&INfetrim ,tapered
class of commodities -
bids for the general
as may indicated obtain below.forms Interested specifications bidders EXCLUSIVELY AT and comfortable,and whafs OUT is not

and other Information by contacting the
Purchasing Division Room ICC. Tigert INGAINESVILLE xcGBEGQ&MAxEB'8EsE.McGregor: .
Hall. University of Florida, Gainesville
Florida.
64- Meat and Staples bids open every
Tuesday 10:00
44- Hospital Supplies bids open every
Monday 3:00
64-122 Military Uniforms 10:30 Is
Sept.'24. 1964
e4-m Laboratory Equipment 11:00
SePt. 25, 1964T. OUT:
N. WELLS ExclusivelyYours
Director of Purchasing I Shaving your head

(3604) 9:10. 9:17 in the form of a l._ = At Wilson ;. '

IN EIGHTH FOR THE ALACHUA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT CIRCUIT.FLORIDA.CF IN THE AND proven-the finest boys" jeans made Greek letter. = I In GainesvilleSIERRA

LAW NO. 3144
STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA t
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an Agency of the State of Florida .. .
Petitioner. .
A. P. HALL et U .4
Defendants. .
ALIAS NOTICE OF RULE NISI
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NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN PRO-
CEEDING: .
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY .
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: ; "k I :
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
and to all persons and parties claimingor .
having any right, title interest, estate
morgage or other lien to or on DLD I// j "
those certain parcels of land hereinafter :.
described and the followp! e r- A li > f '..
tora together with all unknown persons
claiming by. through or under known .. ,
persons who are dead or who are not
known to be dead or alive:
Eddie Bradleyor
( If deceased the heirs of j r IN: -:--
Eddie Bradley
Address Unknown Ii, SHETLAND OXSTRIPE COAT ; t

SRD No. 281 SHIRT. The newest look i i' traditional -- ,

The Address Heirs Unknown of Manuel Harris cotton oxfords Is in the :: .

SRD No. 2S1 aby "Shetland" heather colorings. -
that become -:
The Heirs of Laza Johnson Selected stripings t

Address SRD No.Unknown 281 compatible companions for your

new Fall sweater fashions. 5.00 :..
The Heirs ef Lula Kelly N r ...
Address Unknown a Mr
SRD NO. 281 4t \
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The Helen of Clinton DuB se
Address Unknown .:... .
SRD NO. 281
SECTION 220-24)1 STATE ROAD 93. I t I
ALACHUA COUNTY DESCRIPTIONSSRD
NO. 281 '\ ss

BORROW PIT :.: : I
BORROW PIT NO. PRIGHT STAI .
BORROW PIT NO.P _- .
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RIGHT (Easterly) STATION 1335 and >- S I

Th 71-.t.94 pa rf A"' I :::: -...
The NEVi of the NEVi of Section 32.1 t
Township 9 South. Range 19 East. I !E .
(I) described as follows: Commence on t.J CARDIGAN- =
the North boundary of aforesaid Section I
32 at a point located 443760 feet East Availablein r :
of the Northwest corner thereof thencerun .l Handsome and smart looking :: I
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colors
South 00 degrees W01East 300 -
t
feet >o the Point of Beginning of afore Blue, Brown, Olive tight knit of 85% Shetland :
said Borrow Pit No. 6-P tttence North .
M degrees 24* 59" East 100 fee, thence' 1. wool with 15% mohair. Great 'a ,
South 00 degrees 35 01" East 800 feet. For the fastest gun- 1 :.
thence South 89 degrees 24'5*** West I GOLD STRIKES are sturdily for relaxing it features 6 1 i ., ,

400 West teet 800 thence feet thence North 00 North deg-ees lit degrees 35'01" I I constructed of color fast % d"xi buttons, Vee neck, lower -
J4'S9 East 300 feet to the Point of Be : F k I
denim nylon-reinforced ;.
inset
ginning. I pockets. 1 0 95
Containing 7.35 acres, more nor20.. I with VUICA-N for longer : .I # made b Vee pullover . s ':
(2) Haul Route lying feet of a back 1 4,
Elastic
survey line Described as follows: Begs wear.
at the Point of Beginning, of Borrow Pit : for better fit. I w, '
No. *-P as located above and nun North !
CO degrees tt'Ol" West 300 feet to end
of said survey line. Sizes 2 to 7 < stM .
Containing 0.24 acre more or kss exclusive Y a -
of existing road right of way. -...
$298
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OWNED BY: Cherry Harris and hus ....
band. Manuel Harri*.
(3602): 9-10. 9-17. 9-2410.1. s sc..
You and each: of you. are hereby com -
manded to appear by Ming an Answerto !IllI'
the Petition heretofore filed in this' .a W.
cause In the entitled Court en or before For lasting good loots and long, long wear that
October 30. 1964. to show what right tiI
tie Interest or lien you. or .any of you'' 'f add up to unequalled jean value, buy Farah Gold E! i iIN.
have in and to the above describedlands. S
and show cause why the same S Strikes. Extra sturdy construction in boy-proven
should not be taken for the uses and purposes \ nylon-reinforced 11* oz. denim with exclusive .,.
set forth In the Petition fid here-
t. VuZco-nee the knees that wear and wear. Colorfast : rOUT
in.WITNESS 55
my Hand and the Seal of SUNSUEDE STROLLER Is .
said Court en this 4th day of September Sanforized-shrinkage less than 10. : gene- -*
A. D. "64- Trying to.how Ine suede leather front and back :
J. B. CARMICHAELCLERK Regukn (4-1%). Slims (Z-1%) . $%.98 .
OF THE CIRCUIT .c ; "',. Suspender Gold Strikes for Little Fellas (2-7) $%.98 students can with 100% worsted double knit ::

COURT.UA COUNTY.IN AND FLORIDA.BY FOR ALACH-. ; :':i f.: Regulars! and Slims, Sires 13 to 16 . 33.75 be ell.fIed sleeves, quilt lining. The smart =
;, f' .
.. Huskies 26* to 36* Waists $3.75 .
Deputy: EMILY Clerk WATERHOUSE Into ntetephooe booth. suede stand-up collar has a but :

(SEAL .. ton-down tab. and Is lined with* ::
BRUCE J. DANIELS Floor, Center ,
TAtLAi'A5SEE.FLORIDA HOLLAND BUILDING Little Boys' Shop and ,Boys' ShopStreet r- double knit 39.95 -.- =-

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