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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS motorcade will follow on the portion of his route was made speech before delegates who notables fn the three cities." Brown said local Republican was urged not to go to the air

The presidential campaign way to the Deauville Hotel, public. I hope that the people of last week gave him a rousing Goldwater will fly to Or- groups throughout central Flor- port.

surges into Florida Tuesday. where he will address the Machinist South Florida will turn out to endorsement in his race with lando's Herndon Airport from ida were setting up motorcadesto The President is expected to

President Johnson will deliver a union. cheer him." Goldwater.The Atlanta, arriving at 3:15 p.m. travel to all three cities. be accompanied on the trip by

major address at Miami Beach "The hall in which- Mr. John- From the Julia TutUe Causeway Republican nominee will for a plane-side speech. He will Johnson's visit to Miami Sens. Spessard Holland and

and Sen. Barry Goldwater another son will address the machinistswill the motorcade will roll visit Tampa, St. Petersburg'and reach Tampa at 5 p.m. for a Beach will be the second since George Smathers of Florida.

at St. Petersburg. be filled by union dele- north on Alton Road, cross on Orlando during a whirlwind second airport appearance. he took office. Tight securitywas After his speech, expected to

In a lifting of security un- gates," said Thomas J. Flem- 63rd Street to Collins' Avenue, Florida trip.. After a two-hour rest, Gold- maintained during his last last about 30 minutes, he will

precedented since the assassination ing Jr., the President's Florida then continue north on Collinsto Tom Fairfield Brown, state water then will travel by motor trip there in February.His meet briefly with party leadersin

of President Kennedy, campaign chairman. the hotel at 67th Street. GOP chairman, predicted big cade to St. Petersburg for a actual time of arrival at another room of the Deau-

I Democratic leaders announced "The public would have no Johnson is scheduled to reach turnouts of "Florida Republicanand major address at, 8 p.m. at Al Miami International Airport was ville before flying back to

a part of the route Johnson's opportunity to see him unless aANDERSON the hotel at 11 a.m. for his Goldwater for President Lang Field. not announced m_and_ the public Washington.






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; As city and county officials nudged their storm damage
.
I FizzlesSAIGON .r .b7q'+Y.r r ,,9.tYAof6N a t. aY'Xb.;f.4t$0 "dt r.W ; '3.awy : ysgq Th"s') 'Y:';. !& tt> s D. R. (Billy) Matthews announced at mid-morning

: ? Yry v' :' that. t the White House declared his 13-county district adisaster
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South Viet area.
(AP A Alachua County Civil Defense
4 ) bloodless,
uprising aimed at ousting r.; ( ;>, Director revised his damage Santa
Fe
to between and
mier Nguyen Khanh survey $400,000
today and Khanh a" >r $500,000. City Manager Bill
) Green said his conservativeguess
securely to power in Saigon.
rr was that Gainesville suffered -
called for "discipline, honor CoveringRailroad
at least $100,000 worth of
unity.
: damage, mostly to city streets.
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The attempted coup 9} YaY a .w r qq Although the sun broke upa
and died less than 24 hours M Nt W: q x a a,.,g". five-day downpour record
3 M 3 a
2,000 rebel troops marched as y y Sunday, flood waters still soak-
Saigon under orders from I v ed Southwest Gainesville residential -
dissident commanders to areas. By BOB MEEKERSun

Khanh as a traitor. Not a : The city manager said this Staff WriterWORTHINGTON

was fired. ffM 4 morning pumps were drawing SPRINGS -
between and The southbound Atlantic Coast
3,000 4,000 gallons
t Khanh subsequently told of water min ute Line train did not make it Sun-

;l, news conference that ,the ,. 1 3ar from the Anglewood every area. day as The Santa Fe River near-
\ objective of his government ed its record crest and floodedthe
f', is to destroy communism, A,g< !w, Pumps from the city's larg-
ACL trestle
at
'i est fire truck, another large Worthington
nialism and neutralism $
I Li pump and an irrigation system Springs.
building through democracy. Maintenance men covered the
pump borrowed from a local
The 37-year-old major ? 'a a limerock suck trestle with bagged and loose
j t a" r a company began
i al, who is In his eighth month xj ing waist-deep water from the stone to weigh it down and keep

head of South Viet ,Nam's Anglewood area yesterday and it from washing out as the

backed government, said 2)i will be used for another 24 to water reached heights never before
was moved by the spirit of 1'rP A 36 hours, Green said. seen by any of Worthington -

shown by the armed forces. "We're getting the water level Springs' old timers.

I evidently referred to the down," the city manager ex Stories of high water went

tary leaders who chose to plained. "But we've still got along back 70 years among spectatorsbut
none could recall the San-
him in the showdown. way to go.
I "Facing the threat of Residents, such as this family on Southwest 2n
... strife, we proved to be patiently for rusty colored flood waters to recede yesterday so they could begin cleaning hardest area hit by Dora's rains stage in the. aftermath of hurri-

worthy and we were able math up and taking stock of damage. Over 100 homes in Gainesville, most of them in and rising creeksevacuatedover cane Dora.J.
save the previous blood of Clear Lake, Holly Forest and Anglewood subdivisions, were flooded and more than the weekend as the low- W. (Jim) Rabon, cluef; en-

our fighters against the 40 had to be evacuated. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) lying area became a pocketfor gineer at the water division of
the U. S. Geological Survey in J
munist Viet Cong he said. draining water that had no
I Ocala, said the water reached i

l Khanh was seated at Water Legislators escape.Red .Cross Chapter Chairman 28.1 feet Sunday and that a peakof

I conference table with the UndergoingTests Don Mason said at least 25 about 29 feet was expected
officers who saved him
early today.
homes in the area received ser-
ouster. These included the Gather HereSaturday Rabon said records go; backto
ious damage and 25 trai'ers in
force commander Brig. 1931 and the highest water
nearby trailer parks were re-
Nguyen Cao Ky who held for Purity ported to have sustained major ever recorded at that position

gon airport against the damage. Mason said his survey was 24.94 feet in Octobe 1944.
and the paratroop State Road 121 was the only
for the American Red Cross
Brig. Gen. Cao Van Vien. )-James Francis B.environmental C. Pafford, county health,directorof said See Pictures on Page 9. The University of Florida's central disaster center in Ocala road open to W 0 r t h I ngton

Notably absent was )' of Los Angel- third annual Legislative Appreciation is continuing.See Springs Sunday.
I this morning ot water
Gen. Duong Van Due, today during the samples Day will bring 275 New River created an impassable
I from every public source in the stead but iodine can be used.in ( DISASTER on Page 2))
der of the rebel forces, of the Florida legislators, cabinet lake over State Road 18
capitulated to Ky early Council in county had been collected and emergencies. members and special guests to east. The only visible signs of
morning are now being tested in his lab- By noon Tuesday all public the University campus Satur Women Go the road were the bridge railings .
.
oratory.In suppliers of drinking water will
rising a few inches above
Before Khanh met the a combination of
addition, Pafford said, be notified of test results on day.The For JohnsonNEW the flood waters.
Ky and Duc had heat of the ba
\ men day is set aside annuallyby
conference and 2,500 council there has been a big response their water Pafford said. If State Road 18 west of Worthington
t news from owners of private wells wells are found to be contami- the University and the YORK (AP- Newsweek Springs was closed by
in several thousand
their supporting
government unity and in him to lose bringing in samples of water to nated, an on-the-spot inspectionwill Gainesville Chamber of Commerce magazine says a poll taken high water paralleling the San-

N Die be tested.It be made by county health to express appreciationto for it by Louis Harris showed ta Fe.Boab.
I fight; against the is believed that many wells officials and suppliers will be the legislature for its serviceon women voters favor President were still the popular

I guerrillas. was wheeled 'on in flood areas have been contaminated advised to take corrective ac- behalf of higher education, Johnson's election over the Re- mode of transportation for resIdents
In Washington, U.S. a first aid station, and concise informa-
i to present
from turgid septic tion.Water publican candidate, Sen. BarryM. of Live Oak Sunday as
I expressed relief that ambulance to the from tion, on current programs. The .
tanks. regular municipal Goldwater, 64 per cent to 36 that waterlogged city was visited
l\ remained in power but could Clinic on Rome's If residents have any doubtsat water systems is treated w ith group will stay in local motels per cent. by Gov. Farris Bryant.

: say whether the events all about their drinking water chlorine Pafford said, but wellsin Friday and Saturday as guests The Harris presidential poll of Bryant termed the flooding a
M bolster or further weaken his heart being unsafe they should boilit housing subdivisions are of the Chamber of Commerce. men gave Johnson a 60-40 per natural disaster and premised

(Se VIET NAM on ,Page ) on Page %) for at least 10 minutes Paf- pumping raw untreated water Following the planned morn- cent advantage over Goldwater. to seek federal funds to aid in

ford warned. out of wells into homes. (See MEETING on Page 2)) (See SANTE FE on Page 2)

Pick Commerce Division of Another purifying do-it-yourself drinking 'method water )


II Head for United Fund DriveHe is ford They to said.add should household put clorot.in a Paf teaspoon I Drive Better Than YouSecond 11


per gallon o! water let it .
Gainesville attorney David and his wife, the former minutes and then t 4
sit for 10 to 15 ,
JoAn of Gainesville ( of Six Articles) But the great danger to safety is not the condition' of the
Anderson has been named Bynum shake it real well," Pafford advised your .
I learned to drive catch-as-catch-can many years ago. But youhave road but its concept.
chairman of the second com and their two children live at taste
merce division of the UnitedFund's 2523 1lIth Ave. strong* -"It like might clorox but pretty its been taught the driving art by a skilled instructor in a modern, The new roads we build today are being designed for the futureas

high-powered car. well as the present Most older roads were built to handle the
i 1964 65 campaign. better: than drinking polluted
UF Chairman Keith Austin water." Yet in every way shape and form. I am a better driver than traffic of their day. Much more important to you as a driver they
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announced the appointment. -- Pafford said iodine also could you are. and I will be for some years to come. were designed around the cars of their day.

Although the goal for the up- be used as treatment but instructions I am a better driver than you For example the grades on an undulating road were designed
so that would be visible a certain safe numberof
coming UF drive has not been on bottles should be are because at the moment I an oncoming car
announced. Austin said the an- followed very carefully."We communicate more fluently with TO MY SON feet away. But these grades were built for cars that were a
the foot or two higher than today's can and what'vwas a safe design
nouncement would probably be recommend clorox 13FIND automobile than you do.
week After 27 and several bun-THE TEEN-AGE then is a dangerous one now.
made next Bred years When you take a car that is low, fast, with a long wheel base
29 is assistant thousand miles of driving
Anderson ,
and slow steering soft tires, and a cushiony: suspension and you
state attorney and a partnerin At many kinds: of cars under every DRIVER
= drive on a road that was designed to carry cars that were high
the law firm of Fagan, k WHERE TO driving situation, experience
L makes my by Heaiy Gregor l Febc slow stiffly sprung with hard, narrow tires shorter wheel bases
He ? me privy to driving con
Crouch and Anderson. received
and this road in
machine constant
quicker steering, your are conflict
his law degree from the t' fi fidences that are still denied )V1.
4 IT waiting for an emergency situation to prove their unsuitabilityto
University: of Florida in 1960. For example, when I find myself on an asphalt road that was each other.

He is a Jaycee belongs to Comics . 10Classift'ed built during my childhood and the design of a road reveals its And until you have driven into and out of all kinds of driving ..
the University City Kiwanis 11-13 age I know I will find a road that is high in the center with a problems on a road like this, and learned how you have to adapt

Club and was formerly employed 1 Entertainment 9 rather steep slope to the edges, even in turns. standard corrective measures to the nature of the road, you will not

as a trial attorney for the 1 Obituaries . 2 On a Wt-hand turn, this means a road that is banked the wrong be as good a driver on that road as those of us who have grown :.
State Road Dept Before com- Opinion Page . 4 way a turn that will do its best, should you hit it too hard or at up with it.

ing to Gainesville to practice -- Sports . .7, 8 an awkward angle or when it is slippery to roll you into the nearest But the main reason I am a better driver Is that while you --

law, Anderson was associated Women's . 5 ditch, and which will resist your efforts to claw your way have Just learned to drive. I am still learning.

j i with a Jacksonville law firm. ; I back. -t (See DRIVERS oa Page J) i




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By LOUIS HARRIS \ From Page 1

I/ii The key to President Lyndon Johnson's current wide lead THE From Ocala, disaster service ; c ,--&IU .

/ over Sen. Barry Goldwater is in the overwhelming confidence representative George Peterson ZONES --_.... the cleanup and rebuilding. The

American voters express in the Democratic, administrations HARRIS from Atlanta said five counties t .. -'. governor will meet with President
) BCD Fair through Tues t
foreign policy. t a. in this area are being coordi- Johnson in Miami Tuesday.
SURVEY nated' for Red Cross assistance day. Low tonight in 60s. North- \ aUlUle ', "" With a record 19 inches of .,
Voters are high in their He erly winds 5 to 15 mHes per'r' \
praise of the Johnson-Kennedy record advised disaster victims in rain in a single 36 hour period, \
in foreign affairs, while beset by considerable doubt and con Alachua, Marion Citrus, Dixie hour becoming' variabe: tonight \ F \ G much'of the city of Live Oak

cern over the course they believe Senator Goldwater would and Levy counties to contact and Tuesday. E __.:.-.:., is still under water. More than
follow.A "DO YOU APPROVE OR DISAPPROVE OF THE JOB A Generally fair and mild through ,_P1
PRESIDENT JOHNSON HAS DONE IN:" their local Red Cross chaptersfor Tuesday. Northeasterly' winds 10 to II ..... .. \ \' 100 persons are left homelessand I
help. miles per hour. Low tonight Si to 66. I
special survey of a carefully drawn cross-section of votersto LBJ RATINGS ON FOREIGN POLICY E F Fair through Tuesoey. Low .. I damage to crops and live-
determine the He emphasized that the Red tonight upper Ms. Mostly northwesterly \ '. I. stock has not been fully esti-
impact of foreign policy on this election reveals APPROVAL winds 5 to 15 miles per hour becom- ..
Cross I.
these significant findings at this stage of the campaign: EARLY SEPTEMBER EARLY AUGUSTPer no connection assistance with program the duster has ing G variable H I -tonight Partly and cloudy TuesdLY through z-'i'M:::, \1.. mated as yet.Observers .
-Asked to pick the Per cent Low say the entire corn
candidate most likely to keep Americaout cent Tuesday. tonight upper 10Wesf
declaration from Washingto n I and northwest winds 5 to 15 miles about
per crop 70,000 acres. none
of war, Americans choose Mr. Johnson by 75-25%. Standing firm in Berlin 79 76 this hour becoming variable tonight and
58 morning explaining that Tuesday. of which has been harvested, is
Handling Castro and Cuba 57
-As the man to handle a sudden world crisis, PresidentJohnson's the federal declaration stresses ALMANAC ., a lost. One man is said to have
Handling war in Viet Nam 56 72 Sunset today.............. 4:34 p.m. .s
margin over Senator Goldwater is 73-27c. assistance to governmental and Sunrise tomorrow ........ 4:13 am. lost 14,000 birds at his chicken
Strengthening the Johnson standing on key foreign policy The 'Moon riding low In Sagittarius,
-As President issues held views rightly or wrongly that Sena- public agencies. sets tomorrow at ......... 12:23 a.m. TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE. farm.
a who would better work for peace in the are widely .
Congressman Matthews told and will be Full. Sept. 21 H L Prep. Commenting on damage to the
world, voters prefer Mr.Johnson by 72-28%. tor Goldwater favors belligerent solutions for some problems in The The planet. Jupiter. tonight begins a Jacksonville 74 62
world affairs. On four foreign policy questions, the views Sun this morning that the westward movement among the stars Miami................. 17 78 .39 i: area, Gov. Bryant said there
-On giving world the John disaster declaration means that in its background that. will continue Tampa................ 86 74 .16 was more permanent water
the free until in
stronger leadership to ascribed to Senator Goldwater are at wide variance from those early January.CEDAR Atlanta ..... 75 57
lead is small business administration KEY TIDES damage to the Live Oak
son 70-30%. New Orleans 82 62 area
they themselves believe in. loans will be available to busi- Tuesday High at 7:2 a.m. and 11:08 Boston .. 60 50 .03 than he had seen in wuxl dam-
On who would better handle Khrushchev, voters t trust Mr. People were asked two questions: ness, homes, institutions and p.m.GAINESVILLE Low at 1:43 a.m. WEATHER and 3:38 pm. New York .. 60 41 .02 age to Jacksonville and Jack
Washington 63 47 .26
Johnson over Senator Goldwater by 67-33%. "Do you think Senator Goldwater is for"or against. .: churches damaged b> the -Municipal Airport readings Chicago 71 45 sonville Beach.
"Are for 73 62
you personally or against. : Kansas City
-Oh which man would be most likely to keep U. S. military storm.A for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: Denver ............... 87 49 The Governor commen-Ied all
PUBLIC VIEW OF GOLDWATER POSITIONSVS. .
office is set rtt. Worth 85 59
special being state and local
defense High 86 at 3 p.m., low 61 activit'es for
strong Mr. Johnson leads by 63-37%. VIEW Los Angeles 817J '
PUBLIC'S OWN 1 up in Jacksonville to handle at 5 a.m. No rain. Seattle ............... 53 their teamwork in providing i
modern, times, an incumbent President has built-in advantages DESCRIBE GOLDWATER DESCRIBE OWN the loans for up to 20 )cars at food, shelter and temporary relief -

in foreign policy. The relative popularity of the Johnson- POSITION POSITIONPer I three per cent. for the residents of the deluged

Kennedy record in this area: has fortified these advantages for Cent Per Cent Local insurance agent Ho- HURRICANES community.

Mr. Johnson. Furthermore, many voters believe Senator Gold- Going to war over Cuba ward Hall said this morning Although most of theater in J

water views on foreign policy are somewhat intemperate. For 71 29 that most people whose homes the Live Oak area is accountable -

Against 29 71 were flooded do not ha re coverage AT-A-GLANCE to the heavy rains the
Senator Goldwater has charged that there is a serious! gap Use of atom bomb in Asia to take care of the flood community is still threat e n e d
in U. S. defenses but these survey results indicate that up to For 58 18
jamage. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Weather Bureau said she was with a possible overflow from
now he has not convinced anywhere near a majority of voters. Against 42 82 He explained that the basic .the Suwannee River.
HURRICANE ETHEL-Moved threat to land bar-
a
no longer
Another target of Goldwater criticism has been the John- United Nations homeowners package policy excludes I northwestward into the cold i The Suwannee is expected to

son policies in Viet Nam. Despite a substantial fall-off in public For 50 17 : floods and rising water North Atlantic after brushingthe ring an abrupt change in I crest at White Springs to a

support from the high recorded immediately after the Tonkin Against 50 83 although wind damage coverage ; resort island of Bermuda course. Behind her she left seven depth of 36 feet Wednesday, ac.

Gulf 'attack, Mr. Johnson still has a majority behind him on Get U. S. into big war takes care of rain damage when I Sunday with winds gusting to dead damage reckoned in cording to a prediction by the

his handling of the war there. For 51 49 86 14 there is a break in the building's :00 miles an hour. The storm excess of $200 million and severe U. S. Weather Bureau's H i ver

Against structure. in of north Forecasting Center in
flooding parts Augusta.
But Viet Nam like U. S. policy toward Cuba and Castro, Thus by whatever criteria Mr. Johnson Is measured against "It's primarily just pure I felled trees, knocked out power Florjda. Gathering its waters from

appears to be a potentially vulnerable target of Republican J Senator Goldwater on the various aspects of foreign affairs, he ,sheer flood damage here," Hall :and flooded low areas of the ern North Florida and South Georgia
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criticism in contrast to the strong public consensus consistently Suwannee will be
at
registered for the U. S. stand in Berlin. j given every indication that foreign policy, with all its implications He advised homeowners to re- J landfall. No injuries were re Bearing highest winds of .peak stages into next week.

People were asked: t l for war and peace, is a major campaign issue. j rer any questions to their agent. I ported. about 70 m.p.h., Gladys was The Bureau
I predicted high
TROPICAL STORM DORA centered about 930 miles east of
City and county officials water will reach Ellaville Thursday
I I Swirled offshore about 120 miles San Juan, P.R., and 650 miles
!;cheduled a joint meeting this with 27 to 28 feet Branford
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southeast of Atlantic City, N.J., east of Antigua. She was moving -
I Sfliijurcdi Decisive Vatican afternoon to review the storm Saturday with 25 to 26 feet: and
.after west northwest about 18
an almost week-long jour- i
[amage. They are expected to I. Wilcox and Fannin Springs the
discuss: the advisability of seeking I[ey through northern Florida, m.p.h and the Weather Bureau following Tuesday with 17 feet.
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; Shooting CardinalI federal assistance in repairing -Georgia and up the coasts of said she would increase gradually -

4, Council I damage. the Carolinas and Virginia. The in size and intensity. More AboutVietNam
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Tavern OpensVATICAN
Although CD Director Pete I
From Page 1 'Bethel indicated this morning

ARCHER A 4-foot-ll Negro CITY (AP) Pope issue called'collegiality that he would not recommend

man.-James "Shorty" Edwards Paul VI opened the third and was deemed significant. He has function was normal, doctors seeking federal help unless city d fcttuartesiPAULINE

was Arrested Sunday night by possibly decisive session of the indicated in the past that he :said. and county budgets could not From Page 1
Alachua County Sheriff's deputies handle the emergency, City
Vatican Ecumenical Council favors a wider role for bishops.The The cardinal's secretaries
after three men were today and called on the bishopsof council starts its daily Manager Bill Green differed."It SISTRUNK time. shaky hold in the embattled

wounDed by a shotgun blast at the Roman Catholic Churchto working sessions Tuesday.It telephoned Los Angeles to in- we qualify and funds are STARKE-Mrs. Jordan Sis- Survivors other than her husband -country.The .

Parrish_ Haynes Beer Tavern clarify their place in church form the archdiocese what had :made available to assist com trunk, 43, wife of Cyrus Sis. include a son, Neil Phil. I attempted coup engineered -

here government with regard to him. still has 13 schemata to deal happened and to reassure the :munities, I think we should trunk, died Saturday eveningat lips, of Gainesville her parents by a group of dissident

Edwards was arrested at his The pontiff called this task of with. The greatest controversyis chancery office there that the!take them just like anyone her home here following a Mr. and Mrs. Lansing B. Jordan generals was not unexpected.

Archer home and held for investigation defining papal-bishop authority four expected of them.to focus on three or cardinal was in no danger. else" the city manager said. sudden illness. of Starke; three brothers, '''Rumors that Khanh faced a

of the shoo ting an issue with overtones for I'' "These are abnormal situa- Born in Kissimmee, she liv- Junia A. Jordan, of Tampa, revolt swept the city Saturday.It .

which resulted in flesh woundsfor Christian unity the "weigh- The first of these, De Ec- Doctors said he would stay in"ions." ed in Starke most of her life- Willard, of Miami, and Virgil, came while Gen. MaxwellD.

John Campbell, Jam e s tiest: and most delicate" task of clesia, or on the nature of the the hospital several days to rest He predicted that the city's of Starke; four sisters Mrs. Taylor, the U.S. ambassador,

S Smith and Freddie L. Scott. the[ council.He Church, comes up Tuesday. and undergo blood and other proposed $8.9 million 1964-65 \Iore\ About Jessie Williamson and Mrs., was out of the country. He

f, all q( Archer. AH were treated said it would complete the Vatican sources reported that tests. budget now being reviewed by Danielia Martin both of Starke, returned to the capital early

g and released at Alachua Gen- concept of papal primary elaborated the second topic to before the Cardinal McIntyre, 78, was city commissioners would be Miss Winifred Jordan and Mrs. today after four days of talks in

eral Hospital. at the last ecumenical session, on pastoral go duties of standing in the third row of the amended to include storm dam Meeting Frances Poole both of Miami; Washington during which U.S.

According to officers, the council. He made clear that bishops contains a specific cardinals' section, the section age funds. and a grandson. officials said they concluded
occurred after Edwards the altar in Green said Funeral services will be held South Viet Nam needs
I shooting sharing of authority with the for council senateof nearest papal St. city crews are greater
proposal a or
argued with three womenat bishops) did not mean a lessening selected bishops to help the Peter's Basilica. Just after the still working on an emergency From Page 1 from Jones Memorial Chapel! political stability to strengthen

the tavern. He left the of papal power. consecration of the Mass, he..schedule to restore the area to at Starke Tuesday at 11 a.m. !its War against the CommunistViet
Pope.
scene when "several men got "As successors of Peter and collapsed. "as near normal conditions as ing activities, legislators will Rev. Charles Reese ministerof ,Cong.

after him." but soon returned therefore possessors of full Also due to come up for a voteis we can." attend the first football gameof First Christian Church, will Throughout the coup attempt
Carlo Cardinal Confa'onieri '
the schema on ecumenism or I the season when the University -conduct the services. Buri a ]I Saigon residents reacted with
armed with a shotgun. power over the entire Church Italian member of the Vati- He said a survey of the total
Christian unity, with its two an of Forida meets Southern -i will be at Kingsley Lake Cem sullen indifference. Motorists
Edwards told officers he fir we have the duty of heading the Curia nearest him'damage is still being compiled.
can was
ed once but was Unable to recall body of the episcopate," th? appendices a declaration on and helped him into his seat. I Methodist University on I etery. blew their horns angrily at
Office said. "Nevertheless our the Jews and one on religious I Florida Field at 2 p.m. tanks interfering with traffic.
hittin ?nvone. r s Pope I I :MICKEY: FORD
liberty. Cardinal McIntyre a New Eye OperationJERUSALEM Registration will begin in the Shoppers paid little attention to
said Edwards hd been drinking position in no way defrauds you, Funeral services will be at 10
at the time of the incident. our brother bishops, of your due The schema dealing with the Yorker by birth, became a I Student Service Center at 9a.m. I announcements broadcast from
APIsraeli at Nazarene
authority."On Church's relationship with the priest in 1921 and was made a ( Saturday. The program is a.m. Tuesday Trinity -planes with loudspeakers. Even

the modern world reportedly will be bishop in 1940. Pope Pius XII I Prime Minister Levi Eshkol 69, :cheduled for 10:15 a.m. on the I Church for 5-month-old swooping fighter-bombers failedto

Freighter the first contrary to we that are introduced toward the end of made him a cardinal in February 1 underwent an operation for a ;second floor of the Student I Mickey Clebern Ford, infant arouse much interest.
respect
among son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
sacred this session. This topic includes 1948. c:ataract of the right eye at :Service Center. It will be fol-

Burns at SeaMIAMI The authority.Roman Catholic pontiff such problems as birth control His archdiocese, one of the I Hadassah Hospital today. His J owed by a barbecue at 11:45 Ford, who will died be Saturday.Burial at Hillcrest. Bold Thief

chose for the reopening ceremony -race relations communism and largest in the United Statts: has 4 condition was described in a i.m. on the main floor of the
Memorial Park.
in St. Peter's Basilica a nuclear weapons. 1.5 million Roman Catholics. 1 lospital bulletin as satisfactory. :Student Center. Gator Coach I DENVER (AP) The cook
(AP) -Twenty crew were startled but nobody did
concelebrated! Mass said by ]Ray Graves will deliver pre- I ROY DORSETT SR.
members of a burning Spanish anything as a thief carrying a
of the remarks during the bar. LAKE CITY Services for
himself and 24 2,500 game :
freighter, two dead and another big cardboard box walked into
Women Voters Week Is Under
council fathers here from WayAlso >ecue. Roy James Dorsett Sr., 78, of :
badly injured, were picked I the Hilton Hotel kitchen Sunday.
up the UnIversity -
around the world. In other events at Lake City, will be Tuesday at
today from a raft 60 miles off After loading up two 9-pound
Voting will take place early in The week of Sept. 13-19 has i live participation of all citizensin information on tie platforms 1 this week: 2 p.m. at the Branford First
the eastern tip of Cuba. 1 hams, 14 club steaks and 17
the session on one schema, or been proclaimed by the Presi- government on all levels, local of both political parties -Students kick-off the foot- Baptist Church.
New York-cut steaks he left.
The: rescue was made by a council topic, concerning the dent of the United States as state and national. copies of Florida election laws I all season with a pep rally The retired carpenter died : --! __

Netherlands vessel, SS P. G. nature of the Church and one on "Women Voters Week." Both The Gainesville League o f as well as sample ballots. A I planned for 7 p.m. Friday on Saturday.He .

Thulin, wh ic h was speeding the duties of bishops. They spell political parties have er.dorsed Women Voters Service Commit. voting machine will be placed I he University I Auditoriumlawn. lived in Branford most of Gainesville Sun

with the survivors toward the out a new emphasis on papal- it. National organizaticn3 0 1 'tee will observe Womens Voter at the booth and demonstrations I I his life and was a member of

Bahamian island of San Salva episcopal cooperation in the all kinds are behind it. Week by manning a both located will be given to any one I French historian Jacques the Southside Baptist Churchof Published evenings except

dor.The over-all government of the I The immediate aim of Women in front of the Woolworth wishing to acquaint themselveswith Godechot will speak at the I Lake City.Survivors Saturday, and Sunday mornIngs -
Coast Guard at Miami Church. I Voters Week is to get Store at Univers.ty Ave. actual voting procedures. II 1 University of Florida this week' include his widow by the Gainesville Publishing

said ,it had not determined i Concelebrated Masses are more women to regisltr and 'and Main St. League memberswill The booth will be open Monday i as the Department of History Mrs. Christia Dorsett; four ., 2nd Place Company, Gainesville.ot 101 Florida SE,

whether the 20 men comprisedthe rare. The fact that Pope Paul vote in the November election, give out information sheetson thru Friday, from 10 a.m.J J introduces a new doctoral pro- daughters, Mrs. Janet Black- end entered as second .closs

entire crew of the Spanish :chose one to start the session but the long range goal is to the amendments which will 4 p.m. and Friday night from J gram. Based on the National well, Lake City; Mrs. Mildred matter ot the Post Offke at 1

freighter Sierra Iranzazu.By that will, decide the authority promote the informed and ac- appear on the November ballot.Who'll I 6:30: 8:30 p.m. J Defense Education Act, the new Rogers Williston; !.Ir!. Fran- Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION .

program offers a Ph.D. in Modern ces Nelms, Moorestown, /J.J.; RATIS BY
European History. and Mrs. Ann Mclaughlin. Florence CARRIER OR MAIL

Lectures will be given by S.C.; a son, GunnerySgt. 3 1 Moi.Wt.k$5.85.45

I L\; Boss Junior Colleges? :;Sodechot in French, Wed. Roy J. Dorsett Jr., Jack-

\ Sept 16, and Thurs. Sept. 17, sonville; two brothers, A. 0. be All poid mall in advance.subscriptions must

at 7:30 p.m. in University Aud- Dorsett Branford; and Henry Member of Audit Bureau of

'i.torium. Dorsett, Perry; 16 grandchildren. Crculation.AH .
i ALLEN MORRIS I I "I think the fact that'munit}!' college in the state. :structure already function g. ']3lored the situation rather tho- Godechot is Dean of the Fac-I mtttrui conUtod hrIn, b
the
I property of me C ) i iPvMisiMog
TALLAHASSEE As the Jim Wattenbarger has been.t The crux of the present conitroversy The county superintendents''i oughly in 1963 and concluded \ilty of Letters and Humanistic Brannon Funeral Home of Co* .ny, (e) neiv I94.ReOduct.Oi '.

big guns here were exchanging asked to help so many other I is the degree of local 'were (and are), for example (K irastic changes were irnperaive. -c sciences at the University of,!Lake City is in charge of ar ttrtcty forbiddtfl In wftelt wHfcowtwritten 9 r to partIs tfte

salvos of controversy, Florida's states that he was, for example |control of the junior colleges: I:able to furnish purchasing, accounting 't ;roulouse, France. His lectures'I rangements. p mt.. *ien of It* PvbIWf.

own top sub cabinet expert in New York when the |'whether their presidents should]' and m a i n t enance Kent made six points, and one! .it the University of florida'
the State of (controversy broke into the services. ;c)f these '
helping
was away open continue to be subordinate to. was:
here will deal with the contemporary .0. . . . .e .
New York with its junior college speaks rather highly of county school superintendents' "The junior college president "Our junior colleges operate I trends in European historlal ...
program. what is being done in Florida and if their trustees should rei i is almost invariably from out.'It inder an almost unbearable ]

That fact, to Attorney General ," opines Kynes. main as advisory to county!:side the count," says Dr. Wat- J lumber of boards or people. 'Ie: writing. Let Beneficial put

James W. Kynes helps put in j 1*. James L. Wattenbarger is school boards. I 11 tenbarger. "In starting a new J fhey are governed (a) by the* Nixon Plans

perspective the argument over I director of .the division of jun- Secretary of State Adams.institution, it has been helpful to ":unty school board, (b) by the I TO

future, management of the junIor -I lior colleges in the State Department wants to change this, andi*have the county superintendent:ounty superintendent of education -I'

r colleges Florida's greatest of Education. He has sen'I -I points for authority to language ;:and his staff to lean on. More ;': then (c) they had a coun- To Aid BarryNEW @&

instant educational success. I jed as consultant on junior colleges -'tin the 1962 declaration of principles :than one president has volun-,1,\I::y advisory board. That's ont' JJ

Enrollment in the junior colleges to California Illinois, of the Commission on:leered that his superintendent !I the local level At the state levsi -! YORK (AP On or_

has gone in eight years Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana|Legislation of the American ''kept me from making an awful,1, I, they have (a) a state junior JJUege 'j about Oct. 1 former Vice President -

from 4,000 to 70,000 and everyone land 20 other states and to Fin I''sociation of Junior Colleges.As-I'1 lot of silly mistakes'.'* ,',<: board (b) the State De-,MMtrtaent C Richard M. Nixon will in your pocket todayJust

agrees that's only the be- land, Chile and the Canal Zone. :'"part, the commission said: Too, junior colleges have tol|| of Education, and fin- 'start an intensive five-week

ginning.Kynfs! | An expert is often describedas | "Although local boards!carry on occupational programs,*i illy, (c) the State Board of <:ampaign tour in behalf of Bar. call up come in and get the cash you t
from home many Education.: I don't know of anv'i.y Goldwater, Republican presidential need for all your Fail expenses! Left-over bills, new
has stayed out of the a person away in unified districts also successfully -!i;and these presently are the responsibility -,.
I .I business which coul i nominee. clothe repairs school needs you-name-tt Remember
but Florida's junior college experts. possibly
barrage of press releases exchanged manage elementary and} assigned by law to p
been swamped with Beneficial is the one place to call for
Dr. ucceed with that (six) "We've money
Wattenbarger and i
by Governor Bryant, secondary the in-j / programs for Mr. Nixon and the minute want Hi! Call or come In.BENEFICIAL.
this ; i nvitations you up
Secretary of State Tom Adams assistant, Dr. Lee G. Hen creasing program and Institutional J'risory boards for the j junior'losses and I don't believe that

p and School Superintendent Bai.I derson, are products of this complexity of community colleges already provide the,I t ae junior colleges are going toil e're still" trying to work out a

ley. But he naturally possesses state's schools. Each graduated junior colleges require consider II:separate, special attention without -;!succeed unless that system is !schedule, a spokesman reported
from Palm Beach Junior College 1liflet" Ji over the weekend. 1914 FINANCE SYSTEM 1964Leans
opinions. These are based not ably more attention than such I depriving these situations of|{
.' only upon his experience in Tallahassee and each earned his degrees -comprehensive boards usually,I the advantages of tie to the
as attorney general and bachelor, master, doc can provide effectively." j l''county boards. RESTAURATEURSRestaurant up to $600 on Furniture. Car or Note

as executive assistant to the tor from the University of t Dr. Wattenbarger makes Fred H. Kent of Jacksonville Equipment Real Values Beneficial Finance Co. of Gainesville

Governor but as a former member -I, Florida. J I these points: former chairman of the Boardof LET US OPEN YOUR EYES $$$ 301 N. MAIN ST. (Opp. Masonic Home) GAINESVILLEPhone
of the local board for thejjjjaJjorllee Note that each graduated i A big reason Florida was I Control for the state's public : 376-2676 Ask for the YES MANlier
I' Hotel China and Glassware Company on CVCNINGS er AWWNTMKNT-rHOe" row HOURSI'
from the Palm Beach Junior sable to progress so fast was the universities and now 'chairmanof

at {College the first public com-''use of the school administrative| the Junior College Board, ex- ..__640 W. Bay St., P.O. Box 4313 Jacksonville Fla. .. . .I s . . .

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Monday, September 14, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3TeenAge

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SunGENERAL s < -wir' know of a boy who was JIM McGUIRK

driving his car at high speedone Sun Staff Writer"I
night with a girl as hIs
don't think there's sub- 535S
any
passenger. They came over a
HOSPITAL little and slam titute for experience." ........., ,."
rise in the road
Sept.BIRTHS 11, 1964 1i med into the back of a slow That's the judgment of Lt. Ed 196:5':

: truck before he saw it. The Conerly of the Gainesville Po- 11111\1\
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Mathews girl was killed, the driver in- lice Department, and he has

I Rt. 1 Box 403 H i g h jured. spent his last 13 years on the Age of drivers

Springs, Fla., a girl; Mr. and Several months later the force dealing solely with traffic :;;;;;; ;;;;;;;; :;: '
............ .
Mrs. Robert W. Haight, 2148 same boy was on the same safety. ::::::::::;:::::.: Arrested
NW 28th Ave., a boy; Mr. and road at night in a new car, ti.

. Mrs. John V. Mering, 1927 NW and with another girl as his The paramount importance of ................

7th Ln., a girl. passenger. He decided to show experience means, Conerly says,, ; ;;;;;;;;;; ;;;;;t:: ..,264-....... .: :.....
ADMITTED the girl how the accident had that despite the excellent eyesight .. 223
happened, and took the same and reactions of the average -
Curtis F. Beach, Minnie 1 W.
rise at the same high rate of teen-ager, despite his oft-
Crisp, Carolyn S. Haight, Reba
speed. He hit another truck en complete mechanical know-
C. Ellen W. ,,: I
Rogers,
Mering, '
.....__. u" :, and killed the second girl. ledge of a car and despite his
Arthur -
T. Garibaldi, Bennie ]H. < ,
"'" ; Again, he escaped with minor having taken the excellent driver -
Curry, Hallie N. Jackson, Nancy Don'tB ", .'7: J :.S
injuries. trainer offered!
S. Dorsey, Helen C. Thui ? M << .,, program

ton, all of Gainesville; Sarah >-.i "m<.... i.>i>ipw fr fcj ..;%Ua>rwr'tfT""''***:?.asoeea,'..-- ..n- ey-..;J+- *--"""flffilTiii iliiflT' ,.-, '; I You and I, driving out to here in Gainesville, the average
B. Kirby, LaCrosse; Ida :H. Everyone in flooded Southwest Gainesville had swimming pools in their gether, have often seen incompetent teen ager is not a good driver.

Laurene, Ft. Lauderdale, Dorothy yards.; However, county health officials warned of the danger of swimming in older drivers endangering "I don't think he sees the dan- 1 14--26! 2.7-40 fl-55 55 t'o'Jcr:

L. Sheppard, Trenton; waters contaminated from backed up septic pools bubbling up from under- the lives of everyone on ger as quickly as you or ]I

Gertrude W. Walker, Newberry .ground.-.._(._Sun. photo.,. .._._--.by_.._..Eddie'_'''.. .....-.Davis- )"_..>_._......_....._.............._. .w.. ..._._...,._.._....,......-...........''.. ... ......._._._,. ,..v_' v.. ...._ the road. Experience, in their with our years of experience,"
; Annie Lou Lee, High i : case, meant nothing more than Conerly says.
i : # # of repeating their
Springs. 3 many mistakes.years He's studied teen-agers including average teen-age driver are kid in this age bracket Is tryingto

DISCHARGEDAlton w 2 K S his own and their reactions -borne out by accident statistics. prove to the world he is a
E. Raines, Jr., Mrs. When you took the test for to standard driving sit- Gainesville Police statistics good driver.

Evelyn Stanley, Mr. Odis AI- your license, you were asked uations."I break age groups down by arrests "But heck, let him get a few
britten, Mrs. Violet F. Kyle, how many feet it took for a see things I would slow up for causing auto accidents. miles behind him!" exclaimed

:- Mrs. Lois M. Taylor, Mrs. car going 60 miles an hourto For simply because they're From age 14 to 26, there Conerly.

i Mildred J. McDavid, David stop. The correct answer on kinda dangerous." But the teen- were 535 arrests in 1963. From Once the teen-ager has driven

Snightary, Mrs. Wilma Cash the test was 171 feet. That was agers "they'll keep right on 27 to 40, 264 were arrested. a few miles, and is 16 or
and baby girl, Mrs. Catherine fine for the test, but useless Information going at the speed limit." From 41 to 55, 223 were arrested 17, he suddenly thinks he's an

Cain and baby boy, Mrs. Elsie i on the road. "We slow up because we've and only 157 arrests were old hand at the wheel.
P. Erwin, Juanita Knauff Mrs. a.Mriy'a In how many feet can you seen these things result in accidents -made of persons 55 or older.It .
I stop a car going 60 miles an "I've heard them say, at 17.
Joyce Kirmise and baby boy, or close calls, he says. should be remembered,
hour? Which With what 'Boy, I've been driving for
: car? haven't been v
John driving thou-
Hertha Murphy Mrs. F. "They however almost all the
Stormant, Mr. H. Thomas Hilton -: {s k k, waxlz, :r .Nm ..:. ..y, kind of brakes? On what kindof enough and don't slow up." sands of University of Florida years" and never had an acci
Mr. Robert A. Knight, Mrs.! I j.IaM. surface? Going uphill, downhill Conerly's impressions of the students in Gainesville fall in dent.
: or on a level? Going an It's this overconfidence that
Janie Cain, Evelyn Montgomery the 14 26 bracket, pushing the
Gilford even 60, or in the act of accelerating pushes their accident rate so
Charles Gladys total number of persons in the
Fielding, John Durden. or decelerating? Andso 13,000 Due category far above normal. high, Conerly says.

on. But the high accident rate not- "Then they have an accident

Sept. 12, 196-1 In how many feet can you At Miami U. ed among young people in and brother, they grow up

BIRTHSMr. .... stop a car traveling at 60 miles Gainesville is true across the about 10 years."
an hour? The moment itself CORAL GABLES (AP) Entire nation.In .
and Mrs. Harold Dorsey,
must tell you, based on car, More than 13,000 students start 1963, drivers under age 25
100 SE 22nd St., a girl; Mr...
PROPANELPm45
SV .. __ road, and driving situation, classes Monday at the University -were involved in almost 30 percent '
Weeks 715
and Mrs. James < -:'"
how much distance you need. of Miami, now in its 39th of all accidents yet I
I 9th St., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. I
And as drive and learn only 15 cent of all drivers
you year. per
Blake LaCrosse, ;a
Jimmy ,
boy. [! Do It! experience will help providethe An exciting year was forecast fall in this age bracket. I
aa' only answer that means by Dr. Henry King Stanford The safety officer adds another -i

) ADMITTEDYuvonne anything to you how much university president, who distinction concerning young HOTTER THAN
Williams, Virginia!; -"-Harassed- road((maintenance' -officials.I.""" "" *' pet
Ann Hannah, Emily Cullen, washouts on flooded county roads. These Sunday drivers toured Lake Road, to stop this time. debut of bold programs aimedat "Although the 14 to 26 age I Cook & Heat Water

II Jonina Marie Weeks, Merrill awash from Newnans Lake overflow. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis) Many turns are posted with solving the mysteries of bracket is high, the kids 14 to Low Cost
Kyle Moore, Jacob Spivack, signs giving the "safe" speed earth and space and probing the 16 or 17 years old are very;
all of Gainesville; Albert P. Safe for whom, in which car, constantly changing problems of good drivers. FR 6-5110
Hardee, Bronson; Rosa Ett a under what conditions? man. "They're very defensive. The
Kelley, Brooker; Margo E. Ten Children In Family

Blake, LaCrosse; Mattie Gai I

Mathis, Bell.


Marjorie DISCHARGED Dehoff and daughter Perish in Farmhouse Fire

Shirley White and son, .
,I Paulette Hodge and son, ...
Frances Stevens and son,. KASOTA Minn. (AP) Ten that swept through their farm was meant to happen, or I It ...

Madeline Thompson, Pat Frierson -children, "so scared they ran home. wouldn't have happened." I
and daughter, Odett e'' around in circles and didn'tknow I ITS We invite you to come
Another child, Joanne McConnell Joanne said all the children ST
Lockler and daughter, Jeanie in and hear the fabulous
what to do, died in a fire _
Ann Evans and daughter, Mal- 14, was the only occu- except Robert were in bed when ,

lonea Tomlinson Dorothy Vau- pant to escape the burning the blaze broke out. I 0 UR Seeburg Organ on displaynow.

ghn and daughter, Olan Rowe, Five Killed home Saturday night. She Robert was in the basement, Featuring the all
Gertrude Walker, Martha Ellis, jumped from a second-story .
: Patsy Depremio, Beth Ullman, window and, barefoot and wearing lighting the wood-fired furnace. :, new Select-A-Rhythm.PIANOSCable .

Katie Mae Powers and son, III TrafficBy only a nightgown, pedaled a "I heard a crack like a jar
Sandra Danielson, Leo Guy mile on her bicycle to the near- "
breaking or something, Joanne
Smith, Dovie Crocker, William est telephone. -
Amos Wood, Florence TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESSAt said. "I got up to find out whatit
M. White,
Joanne and nine of the vic-
Robert said there
Rutherford Ethel Tell- was. was afire
least five lost their
( persons tims were children and stepchil-
Mamie Hamilton. and to get the kids out. I
man, lives in weekend Florida traffic dren of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth tried to wake them up."

POLICE, FIRE REPORT accidents, according to the Florida Bowdish. The other child killed
Accident Roundup Highway Patrol. was an orphan boy who lived The children all were up-
Involved in accidents reported I with the family. stairs, the girls in one room and.

by the Gainesville Police Department Eddie Lee Campbell, 41, of the boys in another.
Bowdish is
an
unemployedauto
and the Alachua County Dade County, was killed when
L mechanic.Mrs. "They were so afraid they:
Sheriff's Office during the< a car he was riding in crashed just ran around in circles and .

weekend were: into a utility pole. and Mrs. Bowdish were didn't know what to do," Joann<
Almeda S. Young. 401* NY not home when the fire broke
said. "I opened all the win
13th Ave. and Ishmann Perry, Thirteen year old Tommy out. They had driven to Minneapolis dows."

118 NE 16th Ave., at 8:14: pjn Flynn of Miami was killed Friday to pick up some appliances
Saturday at NW 6th St. and 8th I night when a car slammedinto which friends had Robert came upstairs and told
given them. the children to flee. The fin
Jansen Kawii
Ave.Leon his bicycle and then sped I
Hicks, 1622 NE 8th Ave. I flared into the stairway, and al ,
and Ruby P. Rogers, 219 SE away. Police later arrested the The victims were Daniel the children were trapped up-
'
driver of the car on manslaughter Bowdish, 3; Loretta Bowdish, 4;
7:10 Saturdayin
48th St., at p.m : stairs. GU IT ARS-Gretchl Fender Espana Epiphone
the 1400 block of Hawthorne* charges. i Lucretia Bowdish, 5; Kenneth ,
Bowdish, 6; Linda McConnell, "I jumped out the window and I
Road.Tom W. Howell, 2219 E. Uni, Jimmy Lee Cash, 19, of! 9; Marvin McConnell, 10; Richard got on my bike," Joanne said. ORGANS-Seeburg with Selector Rhythm
Brooker Park in Indiantown
I :
McConnell, 11 Mary McConnell -
Ave. and parked car, at t ; ,
versity Mrs. Bowdish has borne
!,died Saturday afternoon when I 1!
13 Robert McConnell
at NW lOtl ; ,
Saturday I
5:52 p.m. his car hit a tree east of the "children. Her first five children,
Ave. and 4th St. 16, and Roger Brown, 15. The STEREO-Motorola Pi lot Consoles and
Indiantown Bridge. with the surname Pouchow, an ,
I II McConnell \
James E. Stephens, 4133 NW13th youngsters were
and from
I grown living away
St. and Willie Hutto. 501 I Erma Cantrell Winter Park Mrs. Bowdish's children by a
home. Her second husband
,
SE 15th St., at 5:10 p.m. Saturday a pedestrian, was killed Satur- previous marriage. Robert McConnell, was killed ii t Portables

at SE 4th Ave and 11th St, day when struck by a car in "It's no one's fault," the World War n. The foui
A. Brown 1314 NE: and ORGAN
Kenneth Winter Park. PIANO
weeping mother told Joanne. youngest of her children were
12th Ter. and Paul R Compton A .-.ear-old Tarpon Springs "Just be thankful you got out. It by Bowdish. Mrs. Nancy McArthur :
Rt. 2, at 4:45 pjn. Saturday iiij l COME IN AND MEET .
the Winn-Dixie parking lot, N,. man, Brutus Poole was killed I FLAMENCO GUITAR i

Main St.Wilford. Saturday near the Tarpon OUR FULL STAFF Richard Priest
j B. Britt, 1604 SE 32m l Springs city limits.

Ave. and Robert A. Morris Jr., BANJO

113 NW 11th St., at 2:50 p.m; 0 Flood Toll Of MUSIC INSTRUCTORS Bernie Lea don
Saturday in the Unit Block oNE f For every

1st St.Glenda SEOUL, South Korea (AP) CLASSICAL GUITARStan
A. Kennard, 1119 NU' !Flash floods and landslides in back-to-school Stanul

4th St. and Jack L. Eckdahl,, central regions of South Korea
1065 NE 13th Place, at 3:33 p.m. have killed 190 persons and an SERVING ALL YOUR FOLK GUITAR '
Saturday in the Unit Block: oj!f t other 231 are missing. need. Charlie Blake

SWSrdSt Frank S. Buccafurno, For t t Police said 9,152 homes have I MUSICAL NEEDS .

Pierce and Richard N. Wisan, been wrecked or floodedlea\.ing : ., -.. : .

305 NE 6th St., at 2.04;() pm,. 36,665 homeless. Rice paddies, Get an RFC Strapper's Loaa Sheet Music .
p Saturday in the 700 block cf NW I highways bridges and railroadsare .
13th St. heavily damaged. You can eo..r eaary b.c -..-sc f'aoeJ need from A to Z Service Shop for Pianos and Organs

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SOUTHBy i( On s
R. HARRISON, President and WeaponsBy
{ Publisher PAT COWLES Vice President
Florida's Beautiful ; Ed JOHNSON Vice President
; and Executive Editor W. G. (Bill) w DAVID LAWRENCE
'University City' tt, EBERSOLE Vice President and Advertismg > RALPH McGILL t -,
Director; BOB TARTACLIONE Pmlitier Prize Winning Piblliher t WASHINGTON President Johnson says that "there is no.
Of the Atlanta (Ga.) c.uUhdiM
Vice President and Circulation Manager. such thing as a conventional nuclear weapon." But it is un-

fortunately true that if a conventional war is started in

THE SUN'S POLICY The Negro Europe, it cannot be won by the West without the use of some
of the smaller nuclear weapons.
1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. j
2. The real issue in the debate is being avoided by the use of '
Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials.
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. 1 Y+ campaign hyperboles. It is supposed to be good politics to tell
the American people that any man, when elected President
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 And TheChinese might have a nervous finger on the nuclear trigger. This

Want Ads--376-4672 a7 assumes that military operations are going to be directed
R i : s hereafter by a president in the White House and not by a
xr
y supreme military commander of experience who faces the

enemy directly on the battlefield.The .

Teenage UnemploymentA discussion concerning the kind of weapons to use in a
conventional war that is, a possible invasion across the

rise of two-tenths of one per are all under way. Prmier Khrushchev has con- f i- t continent of Europe has been going on for the last three

cent in thejiational unemploymentrate demned what he describes as years. It has led to a momentous decision by President De
Gaulle of France that he can no longer depend the Unit-
for August jolted that The nevertheless "the dangerous and intoler- ;r: upon
hopes figure re-empha- ed States to protect his country against attack and that he
the downward trend in June and July sizes the warnings both educators able factionist activities" of CWw.S..Uyy must have a nuclear arsenal of his own. The French fully

might continue through the fall and employers have been sounding the Chinese party leadership understand the reluctance of the United States to put its nu-

months. More significant than the for some time. It is becoming increasingly in the world Communist move- 'AW. COME ON BACK-I I WAS ONLY KIDDING." clear weapons at the disposal of other governments. But at

slight rise, however, was the fact difficult for high school ment. Mr. Khrushchev de- THE NVORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST the same time France is J
clares this factionist activ- willing to have the American I
that it was accounted for almost dropouts, below-average students and
ity is an attempt to divide and military commander of
entirely by teenagers who were unoungsters; without some vocational conquer the Communist world NATO forces in Europe given -

able to find work. training to break into the regular by splitting the movement so such control.

labor market. as to impose on it China's Election's Principle MILITARY MEN generally t

The number of persons in the regu- "nationalistic and Trotskyiteline.
." point out that, in the event of
lar work force without jobs actually The obstacles, it has been pointed a land attack in it \
Europe ,
declined by 160,000, meaning that out, can be expected to increase as That this charge is true is (p than lurk c];tmra logical to argue for moderation fend the principles of collec- might take ,

there was more steady employment automation reduces the demand for obvious. Peking admits it BY JAMES RESIGNWASHINGTONThe for balance between the tive security abroad and social too much timeto
and glorifies her grand de- Democrats two parties and then increasethe security and racial equality get proper instructions
for those usually employed. That unskilled labor and the growth
rapid sign. That this factionalist are beginning to get a inbalance by kicking out at home over the la s t from the White House, and '
gain was counterbalanced in the em- in population stiffens the competi- drive reaches into or hopesto little greedy. They not only the moderate Republicans generation. that a Soviet invasion would

ployment index by the fact that some tion for the jobs that are available. intrude into the racial prob- want to beat Barry Gold- in the Congress who by then have reached such
increase in employment is normal lems of the United Staten par- water, and beat him badly have voted for progressive There is, in short a power-

for this time of year. The problem is certain to become ticularly those of the large city which is fair enough, but policies while Goldwater was ful case to be made in this proportions sive that only a mas-
election for ticket nuclear
slums also is a boastful partof they want to overwhelm his opposing them.In splitting.If response wouldbe
more difficult unless more heed is the fact there is the South likes Goldwater's able to prevent defeat.
Peking plan.IT party in the Congress whichis a power-
The unemployment rate for teen- to the of education social and economic
paid importance another thing. ful case to be made in this policies Once such a massive retalia-

agers was reported at 15 per cent. and vocational training by young HAS BEEN charged that Every political party nat- election for giving preferenceto well enough to risk his fore- tion does occur, of'course, a

That is a high rate if any large prosters, parents, unions and employers. there were agitators who had urally wants to have a work- those Republican Congress- ign policies let it vote Re- nuclear war mammoth
portion of them are actually seek- been at work in Philadelphia ing majority in the House ional candidates who r-a v e publican all the way ana cre- proportions
before the riot there. These and Senate, but Goldwater is opposed Goldwater.The ate a vigorous two-party sys- will have been ,
ing a place in the regular employment On the brighter side of the latest tem in the Old Confederacy.This started. It is
precisely t
agitators, not yet identified now running so poorly and Democrats are undoubtedly 0
market. Some undoubtedly report the unemployment rate for could be one, of the few
of in the state- avoid such nuclear
holo-
are suspected being making so many silly going to be power- a
were interested chiefly in temporary heads of families reached the lowest positive results of this elec- caust that the
pay of the Chinese Communists. ments that he could easily ful enough after Novemberto military men

jobs and will be off the list of unemlevel recorded since 1957-2.6 per wreck the Republican Party take care of themselves, tion. have advocated the use of

when school and unbalance the whole but there is be small tactical nuclear weapons -
ployed the new terms cent. It will perhaps be difficultfor going to a It is important however, to
American political system. basic issue within the Repub- some of which have
the average American to see this year's battle in termsof
understand the intrusion of This is not the sort o f lican Party. Even in defeat, the main issue arc: not not much more fire power

I Chinese Communists. For al- thing that is likely to disturb the Goldwater men an goingto simply in terms of partisan that conventional weapons of

The Beatle 'Menace' most half a century Mosc o w the White House or the control the machinery of politics. The issue was stated the past but a longer range.
and Russia have been the Democratic committee very the national Republican par- by Walter Lippmann long These would be used to frus-
much but the suicidal tenden- ty, and the organizations of trate the offensive operationsof
before heardof
We enjoyed reading the comments or momentarily-popular entertainer? symbols of total communism.Now anybody ever
we have the Chinese who cies of the Republican Parry many state Republican par- Barry Goldwater. "T h e a land army.
of Dr. Bernard Saibel a child guid- that ties as well. "
are now so pronounced of toleration h
principle e
in that
are Trotskyite they
Dr. Saibel didn't shirk his What the military men fear
ance expert, on the performance giv- responsibility follow that Marxist pioneerin thoughtful voters of both par- wrote in 1936 "The principleof
for pinning the blame on ties are going to have to THIS IS GOING to con- the golden in human most is that they may not
mean
and
en by the Beatles before 14,000 teenagers demanding continuing be able to get a decision from
front the
to the Republican moder-
someone or something. And, of aggressive expansion of the come rescue. conduct is the premise of the
at Seattle, Wash. and added THE POWER BALANCE ates with a fundamental problem. American social order. Toler- the President of the United
course the blame is on adults and revolution. The Soviets with a
Dr. Saibel to the list of experts parents for "allowing the children developing industrial base, between the two parties is They discovered a t ation is not merely a generous States promptly enough to re-
already serious enough. The the San Francisco conventionthat of the American arrange their troops and also
whose advice we can do without. a mad erotic world of their own are proclaiming that sin ce Republicans have held the they had been outmaneuvered by-product that the front line situation
their brand of Marxism even- system: It is its essen-
without the reassuring safeguards of tually will win, Lenin himself White House for only eight and out-workpd by tial principle. may be mistakenly assessedby

He found the experience "unbeprotection from themselves." directed "peaceful co ex- out of the last 32 years and the Goldwater faction, and the President and his advisers -

lievable and frightening." It was an istence." they have had only the slim- they are determined to re- "TIlE KIND of government far removed from the
mest of majorities in the gain command of the party battle area.
Americans believe have
they
he with the music The Saibel remedy for the Beatles
orgy, says, re-
Congress for four out of these again but this will not be
their to
THIS COURSE has troubled depends upon ability One of the
most
"in the is either to lock interesting
leasing disguised allapparently
a way up your 32 years. easy under any circumstancesand administer their institutionson
Moscow because it has en- phases of the
-too-tenuously controlled, newlyacteenagers when the Beatles are per- couraged the satellite nations At the present time, the it will be much more the moral principle that ex- recently emphasized problem by General was.

quired physical impulses of the teenforming (in a room without TV or particularly Poland Romania, Democrats have a two-to-one difficult if they are defeatedfor cess is the character of vice, of the Army Ailleret

ager." radio, of course) or accompany themto and now Italy, to demand per- majority in the Senate reelection in November. that moderation, proportion, Chief of Staff of the Armed
three-to-two majority i n This does not mean that
a
a performance by the British mission to develop their own and catholicity, and not imperiousness Forces of France in a lecture
the House, and 33 of the 50 anti-Goldwater Republi c ans
form of communism as has self-righte o u s- delivered before
The comments were enjoyable, bemenaces.. state governors. And a John- can help their cause by vot- and assertiveness the an-
Yugoslavia under Tito. ness are nual
extreme and landslide in November Johnson. He needsa assembly of the NATO
cause they were so so son ing against the virtues of a civilized so-
ridiculous. You might think there Unless, of course, you want to ignore Soviet communism has could easily increase the Democratic large majority to undo the ciety." College in Europe. He said:

had never been occasions when teeju Dr. Saibel in the belief that made relatively small inroads margin even more. damage that has already been "IF AGGRESSION occurred
into American life. The This raises some interesting done to the American cause This is the principle that without any warning thatis
took of likely to act like teen-
advantage an opporteenagers are
agers American Negro save for rel- practical and philosophi c a 1 by the violence and extrem- Goldwater has challenged but without very impor tan t
tunity to let loose their emotions. We agers and in due time will become atively few intellectuals, has questions for the American ism of the last year, and the many in his own party have measures of concentration on

wonder if Dr. Saibel has ever atadults who spend a great deal of been but sparsely attracted. voter, and particularly for nomination of Goldwater as a opposed him,' and the princi- the part of the enemythe

tended a high school basketball or their time worrying about the fads Peking noting the resistance those voters who are opposedto symbol of radical revolt. ple of moderation and balance ratio of forces would-be about

football game. Was he ever around and foibles of the younger genera- to the various civil rights Goldwater and his politi- cannot be defended by three to two in favor of the
enactments the murders and cal views. BUT IT IS NOT going to kicking these men out of the in
when movie star tion. Soviets big land units
teen-agers greeted a
violence in the Southern For this is not a normal help the country, the twoparty Congress and leaving the and the imbalance would be

-. states, and the slum riots in election between the Republican system the Republicans, wreckage of the Republican even greater in the realm of
the East, has moved to ex- and the Democratic par- or even Johnson, to weakenthe Party to the Goldwate-it e s supporting and pursuit planes.

ploit them. A Chinese manifesto ties, but a revolt by a minor- moderate R e p u bhcans who will still be around long Moreover, the effect of sur-

has urged American Negroes ity of both parties led by who have done so much to de- after Barry is gone. prise would come into full

Voice of the People to resort to violence in Goldwater, against the major- play because the Soviet attack

their struggle against repres- ity of Democrats and Repub- force would find itself

I sion. Peking radio has re- licans and the policies this Scribbling MotherlySmile faced with a defense force

I ported mass meetings w e re majority has supported for only in process of being put
=0n The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions ==== held in Chinese cities to wel- over a generation.The in place." '*
come the American Negrc into Democrats can n ot Of Yore

and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice ot the People column. Letters the world wide attempt to claim that Goldwater is unrepresentative General Ailleret declare d
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot break the bonds of "imper of the Repub- (e) New Tort TimesLONDON that the expedient moment to
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot b* used. The ialism and repression." lican Party on the one hand- People have Turns Acid use tactical nuclear weapons
Sun reserve the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning oe
intent. that he goes against his par- been scribbling on the out- must be found as soon as possible -
Jen Min Jib Pao, newspa- ty on civil rights, economicand sides of buildings for centuries (C) New Yrfc TimesNEW after the enemy forces
, On SearchingFor 48 years ago, my eldest brother also, that historians tell us per voice of the Chinese foreign policy-and that but apparently they Two teenagers cross the Iron Curtain. H e
YORK
-
was murdered in Louisville that for 11 Communist recentlysaid -
God intended a party
all Republicans, i n hiding, did a much nicer Job in the added: ,
; Tinkocs'EDITOR and his badly decom- males to wear beards and editorially: those who have opposed him, old days. were passing out
I posed body was found in the that when they started shay should be identified with handbills on 42rd Street "If it comes only after the 1

Sun: Because I Ohio River. The Louisville ing them off, the female "THE AMERICAN Negroes' him on the other. At least that's bow Paul just west of the Biltmo re Soviets have invaded half of 1

did not agree with May o r the Burns' family days wasa started to dominate. lob.. struggle against racial discrimination Paget, surveyor to the fabricof Hotel. A plump dowager be- Europe the destruction from .'

Haydon Burns in some of his pretty tough place (a t served (but by that time the is not isolated, NOR CAN THEY claim St. Paul's Cat h e d cal, this will be added to the invasion -

remarks made at the Haw- least "pockets of toughness)". Mayor was visibly uncomfortable but closely connected with the honestly that Johnson is a looks at it. He said the cur- stowed a motherly smile on which would only

thorne Free Fish Fry, on Every time I drive over the !) that the razor blade revolutionary anti imperialist political genius who has got rent cleaning of the Cathedralhas one of the youths as be hand mean for her double disasters

September 3, I spoke to the Ohio River (Over the old industry surely would not struggles of all oppressed his program through the pre- revealed innumerablenames ed her one. of different kinds but

Mayor afterwards as a sister bridge) I "see" my brother's want the males to again be- nations and peoples in the sent Congress but that h e and dates scratchedin each one immense.

Chicagoan. I asked himif body. come bearded. Now wouldit world Communist revisionists needs an even larger Democratic the stonework. She glandced at it, her

he was REALLY seriousin Nor did I tell the Mayor ? Nor the stock holders! (the Russians), in- majority in both houses smile turned to a glare, SENATOR GOLDWATER'Ssuggestion
is
"There doubt
no that that the NATO Su-
his remarks about Pinkoes stead of vigorously backingup
that I know what father in order to effectively.This .
and Communists on the University did in Cook County my to get I could see that the Mayorand the American Negro's is either govern primarily an the italic script of these by- and she crumpled the paper preme Commander be auth-

campuses or was he, rid of "blind pigs" and I were not togther in struggle are giving proof of election battle against Goldwater's gone signatories is a good and threw it on the sidewalk orized to use certain kinds of
our ideas. I I lived of the interestsof deal more decorative fh an tactical nuclear of
too double-talking? Having crime. Does the Mayor know guess their betrayal policies or it isn"t.And weapons
too long "in the ivory tower" the scribbles of presentdayvisitors the smaller of firepower
38 years of faculty-wife ex- what his father did to try to oppressed peoples. if it is, then it is im- range
with a faculty member of a Paget said. in of attack in
perience behind me (of which Goldwaterby A curious tooka case
clean up Louisville, Kentucky? portant to defeat passer by
Meanwhile the slums overflow i
University and a Hoosier, at He added that one of the Europe is in line with the
15 has been at the Universityof So, Friday I spent consider- with thousands of men as large a majority a s handbill. The top lice, in '
that! But 38 with one of American !
years "inappropriate" of themodernday thinking
Florida) I feel certain more many
a and all the senators
able time on the University possible
and women whose one-time big type, said, "Crt Rid of
Professor could give one some well
slogans often as as European military
amount of seniority is due
me, for of and Democratic "
looking congressmen.
campus some degree of perspective, couldit source of unskilled labor is found in the reachesof That Excess Fat!" It was men of high rank. ; 1
in making judgment, especially the Pinkoes and Communists. Sen. Goldwater mayargue as well as Republican upper
when our four child r e n not? gone. who with him. the cathedral was J'Up the an advertisement for a nearby -
I had asked the Mayor for that people are out of agree Some day, when the cam-
"
have University of Florida criteria. "How shall I recog- A promise to the Ma y 0 r work and on relief because In the same way, it is not Beatles! slenderizing salon paign is over it seems like- I

degrees and two had Univer nize them?" He said "The terminated our conversationthat they are lazy. The facts do not ly that, no matter who I selected 1

sity-campus romances! University of Florida is fair- I would pray for him. sustain him. Illiteracy is so POTOMAC FEVERBy president, some arrangement 1

The Mayor assured me that ly clean. Then he added But the 11 TV newscast was great, especially among the win have to be l
he was absolutely in earnest "They art mostly down at so enlightening and the Late Negro slum dwellers that made which will give discretionary -
Also. he informed me that the University of South Florida Show was so funny, that I they cannot find work Ironically JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington Bureau authority to the Su- I

his family left Chicago for and up at FSU. Theyare clean forgot my promise. For for Peking they cannotdo Moscow claims a Russian citizen who is 159 years old. What a waste! They preme Commander of NATO :

Louisville, Kentucky, when he irreverent, they do not this, I truly apologize to the much with reading the don't have any Senate for him to be chairman of any committee of. forces in Europe an AmerIcan ]
was less than a year old. believe in prayer (I supposehe Mayor. But I shall continueto Chinese Communist dialectic.The so that he can take *

Well, my husband come from meant official prayer i n be a "vigilante" on. our Early frosts set weather bureau records and worry the Democrats. They've prompt action whenever the f 1

near-New Albany, Indiana the public schools), they are beloved-campus that is prettier slums must have im- been saying: it'll be a pretty cold day when Goldwater can beat Johnson-and enemy starts an invasion. ;
(immediately across the Ohio sloppy in dress (Beatniks) every day, especially now mediate remedial attention. they don't like the forecasts. The mere fact that such instructions :
River from Louisville), s o and some wear beards." I that the new Fine Arts building The riots are not a summerphenomenon -- would be known to

that we were still in familiar reminded the sartorially-per- is a reality. Of course, I of 1961. They will, Two of Queen Elizabeth's chauffeurs quit saying they can't stand the hours. have been given in advance

. te itory. What I failed to fect Mayor that so did our am only a faculty wife. be back in 1965 unless the ration Ridiculous! They knew when they took the job that the sun never sets on the could: ] prove to be' a deterrentof

tanjbe_. Mayor was that some own Abraham Lincoln. And NAME WITHHELD acts. British Empire. far reaching significance.r .

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I Monday, September 14, 1964 Gainesville Sun j



", News of Special Interest I I! PearceVesfaVows, / Repeated r. ENGAGEMENTSt I



,To the Colored i i I Solemnized, the wedding Saturday of Miss evening Pr -1 t\


Community iI Anne Kendrick Vestal daughter Jones-Giles I i f P PMr.

News items for this pace should be *""".," ted- to Colored News Editor Ben F. Childs. I of Mrs. Julian Vestal and k, :'
S
I
I' Vile%6 Krw 8th St. by mail, or by phone at FR M7MDo not send news directly to the Gaines-: : Leland Sidney Pearce, son of I and Mrs. Edmund Ruf- jl'

Sun office. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Clifton fin Jones Jr. announce the \
,
------------------- .. Pearce of Okeechobee
engagement of their daughter -
SLATES PROGRAM took place at the Holy Trinity I
The Waltonaires Sept. 20 at 11 a.m. Carlos E. Haile,. ret ire d Episcopal Church. % Miss Frances Dabn ey

High singers from t The .ublic is invited. school principal of Bradentown, Jones to Donald Moore Giles,
Springs, will appear: in a I Rev. Eugene Ruyle -
was a business visitor in Gainesville performed '.
musical I son of Mr. and Mrs. Willi-
program a t the Mt. LACROSSE NEWS the ceremony beforean MV 1'
Herman Baptist Church recently. am VernonGiles of Lynchburg -
Sunday Joint Seritec altar adorned with arrangements -
at 5 p.m. Miss Sarah Hall and Miss Va.
Rev. Banks and his of white roses

The public is invited. will conduct a joint congregation service Mary Burns both of Tampa, and gl 'dioli. Dr. David The wedding will be an I .
were visiting with friends hereon
at the Bethel A.M.E. Stryker was organist i event of October 30 at the
.ARCHER Labor Day. M
SPECIAL NEWS Church here tomorrow at 8 I: Given in marriage by Dr. Holy Trinity EpiscopalChurch.
NOTICE Mrs. Katie Mae Ferguson returned -
The Famous Male Chorus of p.m.The is here yesterday from Dat- James C ar rof Atlan ta, .
public invited. V
the Galilee Baptist Church from ton, Ohio, where she was called, a family friend, the bride S Miss Jones was graduated

Bt. Petersburg will present the PERSONALSMrs. because of business.Mr. wore a floor length silk from St. Mary's Junior College -

following: "Don't Put Off Today : Gertrude Garmon, o I f I and Mrs. Robert Hutchinson faced peau de soie redingote Raleigh, N.C., and is
sheath. The featured
For Tomorrow", and "If and gown a presently attending R a n-
Jacksonville sons,. James and
was a business
you Got It Show Some chapel train with appliquesof ... dolph Macon Woman's College
Sign'v in Gainesville on last George, all of New York, N.Y., \r
embroidered Alencon ...
in a musical recital at the St. whose visit here and Jacksonville re N ; Lynchburg Va. The
Saturday.Mr. i
Peter lace and seed pearls. He r
Baptist Church bride-elect is the mat rnal
Sunday for the two weeks I Miss
past Frances
and Mrs. Robert Williams : Dabney Jones
bouffant veil of illusion fell
Sept. 20, at 2 granddaughter of Rev. and
p.m.
h has been pleasant flew ,
and daughter, Carolyn,, yesterday from a de soie flower <
,
peau
This promises to be a very all of N.ihville, Tenn., who to their home. and she carried : Mrs. Cecil Cooper Bell and
cascade of
fine entertainment and a of the late Rev. and Mrs. Chou-Eii-lia 111
the
pub- '
lave been guests of Mrs. Wil Miss Jane Madison, of Ocala white and orchid.
lic is invited to attend. liams'h roses an .. .., tS Edmund Ruffin Jones.
relatives here and Orlando passed through Gainesville yesterday HONG
hl I KONG (AP
Attendants Wear Green ) Premier -
l for the past two weeks, en route to Edward Waters i The bridegroom elect was
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Miss Sharon Kay Robertson I Chou En-lai of Red China
.
were flown to their home yes College at Jacksonville.Miss graduated from E. C. Glass
Mt. Pleasant Methods'! -The attended the bride as : has been hospitalized with an
Official terday. Mary Carter, of N.W. High School, Lynchburg, and
Board
will .
meet todiy, maid of honor.Bridesma undisclosed illness
7'30 p.m. All members are h- Mrs. Mattie Mae Young and L 8th St., left recently for Lincoln --- _._, Virginia Military Institute. a Chinese
Business t r o n was :Mrs. Mrs. Leland He is member of language r.*,. said Satur.ay.
vited to attend. There will be daughter, Frederica of Miami, College at Jacksonville i' Sidney Pearce a Kappa spaper

mid-week Prayer Service to- whose visit here for the past I where she is a student James Lindsey West Palm Alpha fraternity. d The paper said the health
t:wo weeks 'has been this fall. Beach, sister of the bridegroom Reception FollowsA ed Mr. and Mrs. Leland
f
: morrow 7:30: p.m. The Child-' pleasant,, o[ the 66-year-old Communist
and brid i ids reception followed the Pearce and Clifford Mr. Giles is the maternal
e
lew: yesterday to their home. sma Pearce
ren's Choir will rehearse on I Mrs. Annie Mae Jackson left I leader has been deterioratingsince
i Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. The.: Mrs. Mae Norwood and Mrs. yesterday for Charleston, S.C., were Mrs. Randolph Hardee arrangement of assorted I Okeechobee; Mrs. C 1 a r a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. 1960.
white flowers centered
Ponte Vedra Beach Miss with
I Youth Choir will rehearse on Helen Peterson, both 'of Bar- because of the illness of her ; Pearce, S e b r i n g, grand- Donald Graham Moore and

i Wednesday, 6 p.m. Chosr No. I tow: ,* were the past weekend aunt, Mrs. Amy J. Smith, Joanne Riley Gainesv ille, ceremony The bride's at the Holiday laid Inn. mother of the bridegroom; the paternal grandson. of !Mrs.
Miss Sandra Johnson Fort table witha
M will rehearse Thursday 7:30() guests of Gainesville friends. whose condition was reportedas William Venton Giles, and The American Indian
Lauderdale and Miss J white lace tablecloth was Mrs. Johnnie Hulsey, Haines is believed -
g p.m. Rev. W. M. Ferguson,, Miss Katie Mae James of r somewhat improved. She McWhorter Orlando. an decorated with lacy fern. An City grandmother of the the late Mr. Giles.GracyEliot. to have migrated to this

pastor. Tampa, passed through Gainesville will be away for several days. white ountry from Asia during thee
tapers decorated t he
Mt. Carmel Baptist There yesterday enroute to Edward Master Fred Waters, of Jacksonville The attendants wore floor- punch table. bridegroom; Mrs. J. H. Lock- Ic: Age.

will be mid-week MeditationServIce I Waters College at Jack left yesterday for his length Empire sheaths of I ett, Fort Basinger, and Mrs.

I tomorrow 7:30 p.m. 'sonville. home after a two-week visit pine green peau de soie with Serving the cake were Mrs.I Pearl Pearce Stevens Tampa .

Youth Forum Wednesday 8 I William Barber of St. Petersburg here with his relatives and panel trains and matchingpill Duane Houtz and Mrs. aunts of the bridegroom, Delta Gammas
Thomas Bloodworth. Pouring Mr. and !Mrs. L. Cecil Gra-
p.m., and also both Choirs Nos. passed through Gainesville 'riends. box hats. They carried
Mr. and Mrs. Roy. Keen, Lake announce the engagementand
Mrs. cy
1 and 2 will rehearse and Ushers' yesterday en route to enroll Miss Ann Miller of Jacksonville bouquets of white roses. punch were Margaret Meet TuesdayDelta
Ferris and Miss Lucille Mer- Wales Mr. and Mrs. Martin approaching marriage of
at Lincoln Business College her ; '
with
Board No. 2 will meet 7:30 was visiting of
Belle
Douglas Thompson their daughter Miss Ann
p.m. Teachers' Meeting Thurs- l at Jacksonville. I sister, Mrs. Gertrude Garmon, Glade was best man. Ushers candante. Crosby Mr. and Mrs. John | Moore Gracy, to Capt. John Gamma Alumnae will

7:30 Both Choirs Nos. Miss Carrie H. Ball and Miss and other relatives Labor Finnegan and Miss hold their first fall meeting
day, p.m. on were James Lindsey, West Miss Audry Urquhart and Mary Herbert Eliot, !Mansf i c 1 d,
1 and 2 will again rehearse Fri- Mamie Fields, both of Trenton,, Day here.Edward. Palm Beach, brother inlaw Miss Sandra Robertson kept Finnegan, all of Tampa; Mr. Ohio. Tuesday at 8 p.m. with Mrs.S. .

day, 8 p.m. Rev. T. A. Wright N.J., whose visit here and De- H. Griffin of Clearwater of the bridegroom, Randolph the bride's book. and Mrs. George Newton Doyle Webb, 3806 SW Fifth

pastor; Mrs. Esther W. Hamm,./l land was pleasant for the past passed through Gainesville Hardee, Ponte Vedra Beach, Roy Wolfe played the or- Mrs. John Tabit Miss Bev- The bride to be was grad- Place.

reporter.' two weeks, left yesterday for yesterday en route t o Parker Willis Jacksonville, erly Tabit, Miss Diane Ko- uated from P. K. Yonge Lab- Purpose of the meeting iso

St. Paul C.M.E.-Mor n i n gj:i iri' their home. Jacksonville. Michael Hollingsworth; West gan.The bride wore a brown cak, Miss Vicki Landry, and oratory School and holds a t welcome all new alumnaein
bachelor of music in
worship, 11 a.m.; and evening Palm Beach, and James suit and bone accessories for Mrs. Henry Williams all of degree i Gainesville, whp are invit-

worship 6:30: p.m. Rev. B.F. Yaufman, Gainesville.The her traveling costume.On Miami; Mr. and Mrs. R. M.... voice from Northwestern Uni- ed to attend.
'Weary, pastor. Pie-N 31 I Parties Hardee Mr. and Mrs. Peter versity, Evanston, Ill. For the

Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist- upti (:, bride's mother chose Wedding Trip Scales, Mrs. Robert Ford past two years, she has beena Plans for the year will be
a moss sheath After a honeymoon in Ten- civilian employee of the
Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.morn- green crepe and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. com pleted.
'I harmonizing accessories and nessee and North ,Caro lin a, United States Government in
ing worship 11 a.m.; anci even- Smathers, Jacksonville; Mr.
Fete Miss Edwards t he will make
an orchid corsage. The bride- newlyweds West Berlin.
ing worship 6 p.m. Kcv. H. and Mrs. Rowland Burnstan
their home at 1808 NW 9th Miss mat nal
oom's mother Gracy's e r
wore a pink
'g
Kensey, pastor.MEETING I' New York City, and Dr. and Coconut is delicious sprinkled
1 lace sheath, dubonnet accessories St. grandmother is Mrs. William
Mrs. Carr of white
James Athens a ver a frosting atop ahite
PLANNEDThe Continuing the pre nuptial Pink and white colors were 1\ ; and an orchid corsage. Out of town guests includ- Ga. G. Nicklas of Gainesville and w,' yellow or banana cake.
courtesies feting Miss Martha I used and a wedding ring \ her paternal grandparents are
Voters League will meet ror extra interest, blend the
Jane Edwards of I r vine, theme was featured in the I the late Mr. and Mrs L. C.
at the Recreation Center, Wed- c oconut with grated lemon rind
whose wedding to Doug Davis appointments, w I t haw e riding I Gracy early residents of this
nesday, Sept. 18, at 8 p.m. nd then work together with
I of Valdosta, Ga., will be ring arrangement c Ian Mickler Weds P. M. TemkoMiss 'city.
The theme to be discussed is en-j he back of a wooden spoon.
an event of September 26, tering the table. ...
of rind
Eliot
"Absentee Ballots. Captain is the son of Jse V4 teaspoon tot
several have been
given r e-
Corsages of white roses Mr. and Mrs. Jhhn Henry c up coconut.
NOTICE cently. were presented to Miss Edwards Martha Jan Mickler, ton Kephart afd Miss Bon and Pi Kappa Lamba frater- Eliot of Mansfield Ohio. He -- --- -:---

The Mt. Siani Baptist Association Mrs. Ben 0. Franklin was and her mother, Mrs.L. daughter of Mrs. Stubbs Mick- nie Enneking. v nities. was graduated from the

will convene Sept. 24-27 hostess for a luncheon Tues K. Edwards Jr. of Irvine. ler of Gainesville and J. Ellis Mrs. Temko; attended The couple, who left yesterday .- United States Military Acade-

I at the Mt. Bethel Baptist i day afternoon at the Gaines- / Invited guests included the I" Mickler of Huntsville, Ala., schools in Kissimmee, for New York will I I my at West Point, N. Y., .

j \ Church with Rev. A. Vinson, ville Golf and County Club honoree, her mother, Mrs. J. and Peter Michael T emko, the Georgia State College for reside in Skillman, New Jer and is now stationed at Fort
son..of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Women, and received her Hood.
pastor. at Starke. Rev. G.G. honoring the bride elect. I' N. Anderson, Mrs. J. Milton sey.Out
Temko of St. Petersburg, bachelor of music degree from
-- of town
\ McArthur. moderator; Mrs.- Brownlee, Mrs. Clifford C. I guests included The wedding, which takes 1
t P.L. Scott, reporter. I Beasly Mrs. S. A. Hussey, were married yesterday after- Florida State University, the bride's father, t h ebridegroom's I place at the Gracy residence '-
noon at 4 o'clock at the home where she was a member of -
;
BridalLuncheon Mrs. Roy L. Purvis, Mrs. W. of the bride's mother in Kirk- I . .parents.. the i is set for October 3.
Sigma Alpha Iota, honora I
ry Driaes granamotner Mrs.
SLATES MEETINGThe B. Stotesbury, Mrs. W. C.
I wood. music fraternity. Presently I William 0. Stubbs of by William C. "Bill" Smith
Pallbearers' No. I Tampa
Lodge O'Neal, Mrs., M. M. Parrish, ; .
113 will hold its meeting at the Mrs. Ernest Bell, Miss Elizabeth i'.I Judge James C. Adkins Jr. she is director of music therapy her aunts and uncles, Mr. CalendarOf

I regular meeting place on Tuesday Edwards, Miss Jo Nez officiated at the ceremony in at the New Jersey Neuro- and Mrs. William O. StubbsJr. TIME TO CLEAN

I at 8 p.m. Love, Miss Linda Gert n e r, i! the presence of members of Psychiatric Institute, Princeton ,. Mr. and Mrs. MalcolmP.

I Miss Julie Evans the families and a few close N.J. Mickler Jr. of Tampa, DRAPES &
Miss
During the meeting the dues Jane :

are to be paid. I IPI40.NS alky, and Miss Molly Frank.n. -i friends. Mr. Temko, a graduate of Mr. and Mrs. Howard IngleyJr. Events CURTAINSAny
u ., of Macon Ga., Mrs. Ed-
I i The bride wore a champagne St. Petersburg High School
GivenIn
PKOGHA.MThe Buffet LuncheonMrs. beige silk linen suit with attended Florida State University i- ward T. Mecutchen of Silver MONDAY, 14 time is o good time to
Md. and her September clean curtains and drapes -
\ Southland Spiritual Singers W. C. O'Neal and Mrs. I matching hat and accessories. and is currently con- sins Spring, Miss, Martha, Stubbs cou-and Alpha Chi Omega AUimnae! whenever they ore soiled and

\ will appear in a musical larry Duncan complimen t ed I Immediately following the tinuing hIs studies af the Club, 8 p.m., Chapter Hcuse, ; need it, But there are two

, program at the East Side i pre nuptial courtesy to the bride to be 'recently | ceremony an informal r e- Manhattan School of Musicin Miss Linda Mickler, Malcolm 820 Panhellenic Drive. : times of the year when it's

Church of God in Christ. of ;Miss i Edwinna !Muiphey with a buffet luncheon for 20 j I ception was held. New York City. He is a Mickler III, Dennis, University Women's Club :I more more proper convention to do! it and. .in. Spring a wev

1217 N.E. 15th Street, on Sept. I bride elect of Verity J e I guests at the Duncan home. i iPcrrpons The bride's table was over- member of Phi Mu Alp h a Paul, and Allan Ingley. Executive Board, 10 a.m., and Fall!

21 ; ,1 n.fi n> ,ii,... Spivey.'! 9 f t K-h*<>n ?r>d Fiiii ,'h r ... !jlk't With an imported damask Mrs. Harry M. Philpott, 312
'ur foil rn"1 of fi j,, M- :('nthtnini;; \'er > 1I.i ne'ser clo'h and centered with the I I NW 23rd Str =*t. 111,, h'-on fo1cwJg. !- The action of dw t end
.. "* ? given S..tirna' I t r- : : orime Minlight oxidation, com-
"'. .I.M *' to fxRKV. cU !; t"JIf Money J Fitz 'Retired' .
: I r tare. w'etiaiiiga'e and w trite t ft- ,
with from
boned
;;:;; :; monture dapv
."ill r>y :\1r'1''W. 1-:. I. c ;' r Two. HojicsjfJ tluieriaiiMLss pers in silver canaeiaora &leither t American 1tio'} University indow pone all together act

\ :ana lrs. 1':. W. Jac u u .)1\.1, : Jo Nez Love and Miss siae. \v"nite flowers \\'.\..5rlJliTO.'iPj The!when Kennedy was assa.ISa&Honey Women, B ard meet. I iO ha>len dtttrtofation ot these
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, THOMAS: TO Si'riAX lag, 7:30 MM. Paul H. CApemf tttms.
who entertained at the Julie Evans entertained witha and candles were plsced at Fitz, the presidential ed. p.m., : I
The Rev. E.T. Thomas, state Gainesville Golf and Country buffet other vantage points about Hanna 1523 NW 12th Road.Men's It ;is simpler, easier ond far
supper at the Holiday yacht on which the late John I
evangelist will be the principal Club. Inn feting Miss Edwards the reception rooms.A F. When Kennedy was esident, Garden Club 8 p.m I less costly to have them cleanedat

speaker at the Mt. Olive and of music Kennedy found relaxation at the Honey F. was a familiar Guaranty Federal Community least twice a year. That way
Mr. Davis.Tropicana program was
increase their life by
Primitive Baptist Church o n Seasonal flowers in pink roses presented during the reception sea, has retired to the Washing-sight in the waters ot! Palm Room.SACKTOSCHOOW. ; several you. can times and spore yourself -
pale
-I, and white formed the centerta pers and green by Dr. David Stry k e r, ton Navy Yard. Beach Fla., and Hyannis Port, --- the cost of premature re-
were
greenery placement. Not to mention" tie
THE SHOES WITH I. piece for the luncheon table, combined in the floral decor- pianist. The Pentagon said Friday thaton 'Mass., where Kenr.edy vaca: #rVH better oppearance within the"'

YOUNG IDEAS which was also appointed in at ions. On the wall behind Assisting in serving were I last July 31 Presided Johnson tioned. home.

pink and white. the U-shaped table, two half- Miss Lindsay :Mickler, youngest notified Secretary of Defense I j Better let us do it-NOW.Ir .

i white bird cages filled with sister of the bride Mrs. j Robert S. McNamara that I won't take long, GAdO'I'M

Corsages were presented to roses and greenery held E. Finley Cannon Jr.. Mrs.J J he "had no requirement for these Church have them back, fresh and

the bride to be and her :smother swags which extended Burton Woodward Mrs. Newton 'u: of" the two piesidential I I clean-a pleasure to live with

Mrs. Milteeise Mur- | to: a central cupid figurine.A Ebaugh, Mrs. J. Wa t t II'I boats. : SMARTLY I again
OR BRING THEM TO
Kirkpatrick, Mrs. R. G. CALL
t Phey. needlepoint f 0 0 tpoint "The Navy has, therefore Circles IN
footstool: made by Miss Sherrard, Mrs. Glenn Sumi S CLEANERSDelivery
Love, I i inactivated the two boats and S &
Invited guests included the I i was presented to the bridal merlin, Mrs. Harry Duncan, I t hey are laid up at the Washington i SINGER

\41\\ YUKON honoree' her mother, M r s. couple.Guests. I Mrs. Lawrence Mims, Mrs. I t :! Of Ceik end Cerry
it 'I Lee Navy Yard", the Defense Tuesday, September IS, FABRICS
James M. Gable Mrs. Frank included the honorees Eggert. I I Department said. St. Patrick's Catholic Church 503 SW 3,4 St. Ph. 372-4184

May. Mrs. John Hoover, j Miss Carolyn John s on, I Also Miss Susan and Miss St Anne's Circle, 1:30 p.m., :
I The ---- -
I I'I Honey Fitz. a 92-foot .
Miss Helen Graham Lorraine Cannon Miss Dal-
Mrs.
Miss I Robert Myers, 2901 SW
Miss I Rose Hoover, Miss I ruiser, was the better known of
Judy Brill, Miss Robin G ra Ie 4th Court
. Clara Cox, Miss Jennie Dekh i : the: two boats :!r.d tne one usedy
a m, Miss Kathy James iI i Half} fill sherbet glasses jj:b First Lutheran Church la- ADULT CLASSESin
le, Miss Ann Johnsor. Kennedy. The other is Inc
' For Miss Miss Dixie Hardman, M i ss 'I with frosty cold seedless !j I dies Guild _

j almost Martha Reaves Miss Marty Linda: Gertner, Mr and Mrs. grapes; top with sour cream Patrick J., a smaller boat. ; Rachel Circle, 7:30 p.m., Gainesville

every Rand, Miss Jeannine Mu r- 1.. K. Edwards III, Mr. andMrs. I I and freshly grated nutmeg. I' Johnson has used neither,. Mrs. Clifford Lofgren 1321 Buchholz Junior High School

activity phey and Miss Jan Jamnski. William McCrae, Mr. I ,since: hf took office 'as! Nov. 22 I NW 31st Drive. Lincoln High School
comfort and Mrs. James G. Feiber When you bake wafer ---- --- ---- ---- ------ Duvol Elementary School

and lone The wedding of Miss Mur- Dink Henderson, Buddy type cookies, it's usually bestto Otkcr Adult) Stud Centers Throughout County

near assured phey and Mr. Sphey is to be I Jan a cobs, Heyward Cantrell, both butter and flour the Public Invited 14 & 15

Black, Cherritonc. eent of October 3. Butch McKean, Torston Anderson baking pan. If any of the but- Registration Sept. ;

This afternoon the bride-' Art Campbell, Bill ter flour mixture adheres to TRAFFIC SAFETY 7-9 p.m.

ONLY Barkley. Tom Laughon and the cookies, it can be brushedoff.
elect is to be honored with a j Jim Muller. GENERAL COURSES

reception given in Jackson- ,- E Elementary Education United Stole MMoy
$ 99t SCHOOL .;Junior HsK United SoNs Gou.evww.W
4 ville by Mrs. V. T. Spivey i l enior High Civtesngbih

mother of the bridegroom WE WILL BE I[ World H tofyUothemotfc
General Science
*
t elect. Hours are to be from Tuesday, Sept. 15th SPECIAL COURSES
-Central
Charge 4 to 5:30 p.m. CLOSEDWEDNESDAY 7 PM-10 PM 1 ipoken S anUh Construction,

E Lnsteh fr Foreign Born ChlWrt CJiIIhjng

Personal Typing 8'11 linG and A*.onceid l l'erjoncl
In Iorcu.rroo SEPTEMBER
16 3rd Floor Court Room, r Bookkeepwg Generel Sew tgjeneral

I TO OBSERVE RELIGIOUS HOLIDAY County Courthouse Gainesville. Information: Tailoring

! SEOUL. Korea (AP) The '4o Tuition charge High School Dpten\o teu.d GpunccAccelerated
I SHOE STORE death toll by encephalitis rose to LIBBYE'SNEXT Sponsored By .4* Dtptoma Recognized by CoUeyet. .

21 W U irr *yAr 617 Saturday as 18 persons died,!; Court of Records and Review Cowries for -
TO School
.the South Korean THE FLORIDA THEATRE High EojuwoJency Optoma Tette.
government An Educational Opportunity Offered The
United Commercial Travelers By
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Spotlighting '. <:-:.: :7', ,< "',: I Livestock Market

NEWS OF LEVY DIXIE GILCHRIST BRADFORD T j-.:; ;':jI .

the Area UNION MARION CLAY AND PUTNAM COUNTIES
t ATLANTA, Ga.-Southern'hog'prices remained unchanged and

s prices trended steady to 25 and supplies were moderate a t

Qiaine5uil1e Sun Northcentra! Florida News tj ? k 50 cents a hundred pounds low- southeastern markets last week
er last week, while cattle prices Tomato prices continued at the

I were uneven, the U. S. Depart- lowest level in years. ,
t ment of Agriculture: reported. Tomatoes sold at the Atlanta

.. u Slaughter steers and heifers Farmers wholesale prod U c e
'.' )". :}:": ':, : !'.:>f '::.::? ;! r ': ::' '.:Y' 7.- '" : ".xJ..H >'".:.f''; sold mostly steady, but cows market Friday at $1.50 to $2 a ;
: : 7 I
< (,' I and bulls ranged steady to 50 40-pound carton. At the Bir
;;" (cents a hundred lower and in mingham farmers market to-

some instances were off a s matoes brought $1.50 to $2.35 a

\ much as $1.50 to $2, accordingto 20-pound carton, and at the
,. USDA's Agricultural Market- Louisville produce termi n a 1,

ing Service. good quality tomatoes brought

i Calves sold mostly steady, $3 and poor quality $2.25 a 20-(

'.-.,l.SN XV'S 1vN fi'r' 1tl4 'C1, and vealers ranged steady* to pound carton.U. .
,
50 ceqts higher, with some instances -
iI
S. No. 1 sweet potatoes
of vealer prices a t
iI generally brought $3 to $3.50 at
Nashville advancing $1 to $2.
Atlanta. Field-run sweet potatoes -
Feeder classes were down 25 to
brought $2 to $2.50
75 cents at Montgomery, and
4 4I
r I at Birmingham. Sweet potatoes
< 1 50 cents to $1.50 at Memphis,
: I M were priced at $3.75 to $4 at
but feeder prices were steadyto Louisville.
I and Florida
strong at Louisville -

markets. Florida limes brought $1.50 to

Broiler prices in southeastern $1.65 a 10-pound carton and
S states held mostly at 13Vi cents $3.75 to $4 a 40-pound cartonat

i B .y <> ". _' r' ''"'-'''.' a pound at farms. Toward Atlanta. Avocados were

-: Fr r-} I Waiting It Out week's end, demand improvedfor priced at $3 to $3.25 a H-15
ready-to-cook fryers and atthe count flat.

I ,. 1' I Atlantic Coast Line maintenance crews on the ACL trestle at Worthington prevailing price level trading -I Sales of Middle Belt flue-

,. I Springs await cresting stage of the Sante Fe River to see if Their work had was aggressive. In Virginia cured tobacco in North Carolina -

5- A I saved the structure from washing out, following a record 28.1 foot depth with Friday, broiler prices ranged on opening day' September i

'; :f.Nearillg;,- : 10 inches over the tracks Sunday. (Sun photos by Bob Meeker) H 1 cent-and to 14'h cents-down Del-Mar-Va 4 prices to 10 grossed average 5.2 price million of pounds$54.51 atan a '

,_._ _. were about steady in a range:
-- hundred A
_. -" ---- -- pounds. year earlier
; Aax .,. ,.
: ::.:*::; : ) :<: .- : :: ;' :"><>',; 15.7 to 16.5 cents.Southeastern I opening day sales totaled

: ._..._.n. .... declined
3.6 million at $54.57.
egg prices pounds
the Crest further last week a t!
Season's gross sales through
some markets and large eggs
\ Sept. 10 in other flue-cured tobacco -
Olustee Creek State Road 238 were off as much as 3 to 6 ,
on provides a wet play area as two youngsters belts, and average price,
cavort in its swirling waters. Water reached a depth of 17 inches over cents a dozen. Closing prices were: Eastern North Carolina,
the bridge road bed Sunday at 4 p.m. when the streams in the Santa Fe River Friday at representative southeastern 74.6 million pounds at $51.78;
markets for most consumer
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basin neared the cresting
stage. and South Carolina and Border
in
size
grade A large
North 219.5 million
Carolina
cartons in sales to retailerswere
k : Atlanta, 44 to 45 cents; pounds at $59,10.POWERFUL .

Cross City Is Mopping Up Birmingham, 43 to 45 cents;

Jackson 45 cents; Jacksonville, PLUNGER CLEARS
46 to 48 cents.; and North Carolina -
points, 46 to 48 cents. CLOGGEDTOILETS

I After Floodwaters Recede Closing hog prices Friday at in a Jiffy!

> leading southern markets for

} By JOE' DAY ed to crest later this week and more days because of water N., most U. S. 1 to 3 butchers gen-
i 180 to 240
erally weigh n g
Sun Correspondent i next week. damage to facilities, including
CROSS CITY-Residents of County School Supt. Ler o y overflowing septic tanks and ,,. S4' ,.' 4c7! 17 pounds were: Georgia-Florida-
r ,,, Alabama major packing plants,
;
this town began mopping UP! Locke has called off the open- clogged drains.A S. $16.75 to $17.50; North Georgia

: operations today as flood waters -ing of schools for at least two good many Negro families 3 buying> points $17 to $17.50;

which covered a good por- have not been able to return] i Louisvi II e, $17.50 to $17.75;

tion of Cross City over the;. Gemini Crew to their homes because their ; Nashville Thursday $17.75 to
weekend receded. I section of town remained heav- -
: $18| ; and Memphis Thursd a y,
At the same time, the Dixie: To :Meet Press ily flooded this morning. I : $17.50 to $18. At some markets -

County ij-alth Department began About six inches of water remained KSiSS ISr ? selected lots of 1 and 2 t 1

I giving residents typhoid CAPE KENNEDY (AP-The) over portions of U. S. ';;';:':-r. t.Z 4 +t s&tr r .: grade 190 to 230-pound butchers .r"

shots at the Woman's Clu b first Gemini flight crew, Air Highway 19 through town, butit .---S.-: ..;'.. ..- r ._ / r > ..'- .a .x.T .....,_ h..y_ _,?1'....4......... f{.,rj< .5-11,..- ._"\,.? r 'T. >oC:': tssS ':.' ': brought 25 to 50 cents more a
building to counteract a health Force Maj. Virgil Grissom, 33, was open to traffic. hundred pounds. At Chic a go, NEVER when AGAIN toilet that overflows slick faaUn,

t hazard created by overflowing and his copilot, Navy Lt. Cmdr. The Red Cross is providing Sport At High Water prices for most 190-to 250- pound T01LAFLEX your :

septic tanks. !John W Young, 33, will "meet .tents and mobile toilets fo r butchers ranged from $17.25 to I

And while Cross dried [the Press" Tuesday morning at evacuees $17.75. Toilet PlungerUnlike
City
Spectators and maintenance men take time out to stone snakes seeking high TALUKS"
out from the flood waters of :Cape Kennedy. Cross City Mayor Sam Futch ground as the Santa Fe River laps the top of the stone-packed Atlantic Coast Cattle prices at Georgia auc ordinary plungers, lbilflex

1 ;i Hurricane Dora's backlash, Ci-I Dressed in pressurized spacesuits has estimated $125,000 in damage Line trestle at Worthington Springs. Snakes are another reason why children tions held about steady. Goo doe messy not water permit to splash compressed back or escape.air or

t, vil Defense Director Ray Bryan the astronaut team will to city streets, homes and should be kept clear of flooded areas. slaughter steers, includingfew a With Toilaflex the full pressure plows

was making plans for evacuating field questions about their mis- buildings. The overall Dix i e I Choice sold in a range of f swishes through it the down.clogging Can't miss mass and
familes from along the Su- sion, now scheduled for late /
County damage has been estimated $19 to $23.50.Feeder .
DESIGNED TO FLEX AT ANY ANGLE
wannee River, which is expect-]readiness February,, a and space their agency flight announcement at around $2 million. i i To Serve asS County ASC ChairmanMillard steers sold steady I te I ... CENTERS SUCTION TAPERED.RIM ITSELF.STOPS CANT SPLASH SKID.AROUND BACK i iI
In the northwestern of TAIL GIVES AlltTIGHT FIT
said. part strong at most Florida auction.
Kevsloiic Also present will be the backup -I the county the Steinhatc h e e:! Vaughn of Alachua James Venable, outg o i n g' mittees are in charge of loca Good 500-to 800-pound st e e rs:I Cenuit.rcIIfIUO+<.O65

Gemini team, Navy Cmdr. I River xras: reported swollen to I I will serve as chairman of the hairman: said that the ASC administration of national farrr II brought $16.50 to $20. ::1 AT HARDWARE STORES IVERTWMMI
widths of five miles
Walter M. Schirra 41, and his in low- Agricultural Stabilization and bounty- and Community Com programs. Fresh fruit and vegeta b I e
lying areas. Conservation (ASC) Alachua ------
Seeks Bids copilot, Air Force Maj. Tho- I !
County Committee during the
mas E. Stafford, 33. \
Grissom has made a subor- Queen Contest coming year.

\ On City Hall bital mercury flight while Schirra Other members of the County :

comoleted! a six-orbit mis Head Named Committee recently elected at

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS The I'sion two years ago. It is the I a county convention include : I
Lovette Jackson of Gainesville '
,
Keystone City Council is advertising -.space agency's plan to have one At Williston :
vice chairman; Guy Dugger,
for bids on a new i of the original Mercury astronauts
$35,000 municipal building, approved make a Gemini flight one Hawthorne, regular member;
I' WILLISTON Members of the
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R. E. Bryan, Alachua, and Cyril -
by voters in a recent of the newer and younger men. :
'.Williston Junior Womai.'s Club Boyd, Newberry, alternate
referendum.
I have named Mrs. Doris Mikellto members -
Mayor M. L. (Lest> Beaslcy I be chairman of the V
I Union Co. 'Fair I queen Electors of the committee Guess Which
said the bids will be opened contest to be held in connection were farmers chosen as conven- {

during a meeting of the Coun-I Plans Underway with the PTA carnival on Oct. I tion delegates in recent ASC
cil slated for Sept. 22: 31.
Community Committee elections
j
He also announced the appointment -+ LAKE BUTLER Plans are I The contest chairman was throughout the county.
+ of a sub committeeof under way now for the Union named Thursday at a meeting One Has The

the Citizens. Planning Com- County Fair which is scheduled presided over by Mr Jary
mittee to work with architectDon for Oct. 910. Jean Bullock, club president.: Home Demos

:Morgan and the contractor All persons who are interested Dr. James Dailey, the guest

Dick Spence-Thomas' in placing an exhibit in the speaker, showed a film on communism At J Williston Account j
named as chairman; other Fair are requested to contact Checking
members of the committee arc the Union County Farm B u r- The club voted to hold a rummage -I

Mrs. Helen Wallenius and A eau office. Space in booths is sale on Sept. 24 and 25, i Give Schedule
O Louden. I available. with Mrs Dan Whitehurst as I 1I
o chairman WILLISTON Mrs, Leo Sapp,
( if couldn't
Hi' i president has announced that as you )

Farmers in Area Plan Mission the Williston Home Detronstra- "\
EligibleFor tion Club will continue its schedule

of meetings on the second

Hurricane Loss Loan At Willisloii Tuesday of each month C 0-1 r The happy housewife is the one

\ At this month's meeting Mrs '
I. WASHINGTON WILLISTON-The WMS. of Patricia Feiler, new Levy County L -- who pays her bills by check. It saves
Congressman -;feed grain program. Farm e r s! '
,ithe First Baptist Church of home demonstration agent,
) D. R. (Billy Matthews'who agreed under the feedi'|Williston will conduct a mission spoke to the group on how to ...... running all over town and having
today advised" farmers of Florida's -grain, program to divert aper-
Study Wednesday at the Fellowship conserve nutrients fc d
in
| o
I Eighth Congressional: District Jcentage of their corn acreage to go out in inclement weather.
i Building. Yearbooks for the HD Club and
that they may be e..gible, received payments,. :Matthews 1
Mrs Byron Neal, miss i o n 1 the 4-H Club were given out.Attt"ndanL'e .
I for emergency Farmers Home!explained, and he is trying to'
,Study chairman, said tIle study at the Meeting
Administration loans if but
they get planted unharvested
will begin at 10 a.m and a was i,0H due to =t_>rm varnra Your canceled check is an excellent
suffered hurricane to .
damage I corn placed in the of
category;
r covered dish luncheon v, J beerved ; farm facilities and diverted
I equipment acreage. at noon *o < f or I t' !e e.",:*:..:* polls. record of payment.
and losses. _
crop Matthews said he is 'heartsick" -
All counties of the Eighth
over the situation in flor-
\,, District have been declared s
disaster areas, eligible I i I for ida created by Hurricane Dora e Open a Checking Account the
and that he is staying in Wash-:
the loans, Matthews
emergency '
said. He said the loan wouldbe ington to whatever'I i I i Citizens Bank now. i
I made through the Farmers can be done about it : D :

Home Administration stale office -, State Commissioner rf Agriculture ; w iI L .
;
:
t in Gainesville. Doyle Conner is expected i :
The loans also would apply to receive reports o: crop I -S.

to pasture damage and stock I I(damage in this part of tie stats i,I '.J

and poultry tosses, the con,'at an agricultural committee. I,I S 0'ea
gressman said.Matthews meeting in Gainesville \.edncs-

r 'I said he also is trying day .
to get unharvested corn!I Indications are that 11!:c eavjiest I -

that was damaged eligible fordiversion damage was to c. tan I I

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I Wareham-Pickersgill NuptiaLs [women I Secretary Receives CPS Honor CalendarOf I




i 'CHELMSFORD Mass.-Mr. EventsTODAY

1-1 and Mrs. Robert Leonard ., .. YO'm"

Wareham were married on m THEfflfniiy
I J' August 29 in the All Saints a.Yq hY,1c a44 0 September 14

Episcopal Church of Chelms- .
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ford, :Mass. Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae
0" Club, 8 pan., Chapter House
Rev. Paul D. Twelves officiated -
__ 820 Panhellenic Drive.
for the $
ceremony,
which b' iY <.'x'r .i American Association UnI-
took place before an altar 'aH 4 f I
: Women
adorned with versity Board meet-
ments of. white arrange-carnations eb ing, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Paul H.
.L Hanna, 1523 NW
12th Road.
chrysanthemums and
' Ruth 'Veimer'Vomen's Men's Garden Club, 8 p.m,

ivy.The bride, formerly Mi s s Editor ; e11t Room.Guaranty Federal Community I:
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Sara Lee Pickersgill, is the $
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hen- 1 j a f,' Women of the Moose, I

;I" ry James Pickersgill of p.m., Moose Home.
Gainesville, and formerly of Gainesville Bridge Club,
I Hingham, Mass. $ v '. rr4 7:30 pm., Recreation Center.J. .

The bridegroom is the son J. Finley PTA, 7:30 pjn.

of Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. / : : : ; "Back to School Meet
z: ; Your Teachers," at the school
Wareham Jr. of East Rochester ?; ",v-
N. Y., and West Fal- TUESDAY, September 15 '
< TUESDAY
September 15
mouth, Mass. Tea complimenting Miss
Ifr
f Delta Gamma Alumnae, ap.m.
Given in marriage by her Edwinna Murphey, fian-
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__ Mrs. S. Doyle Webb,
father, the bride wore a white cee of Verley J. Spivey of Y.: ..,. 3806 SW 5th Place.Architecture .
: silk faille gown and Alencon Jacksonville 4 to 5:30 p. m., r :" > '.' .
and Fine Arts
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lace fashioned with chapel Mrs. John W. Hoover and '
'"' i Dames, 8 Mrs. D id
: pm. a v
train. Her fingertip length her daughter, Miss Rose $<,',... <. .,,<'':''.'.'. ." ,t. Wilmot, 1232 NW 36th Drive.
veil of silk illusion fell froma Hoover, 2107 NW Fourth ;" 'k. .'>:"" : '" ., '<" .< '
i .. .". Business
; "". < ./ ".' ., '..... ..v.' g and Professional
crown of white orange blos- Place. <-" b& ? :< r : 'J$} i. .aw et
Women, 7 p.m., Primrose Inn.WEDNESDAY .
soms and seed pearls. She f Buffet supper honoringMiss Mrs. Anne Ramsey, CPS of Orlando, first vice-president of the Florida Division -

carried a cascade bouquet of Betty Ann Sisler and of NSA, presented Mrs. Peggy Bowman, CPS, with a pin signifying com September It
white roses, stephanotis and fiance Thomas D. Riderof Gainesville Bridge Club,
her pletion of two-day examination for Certified Profe onal Secretary conducted
ivy. Minneapolis, 6:30 p.m. by the Institute of Certifying Secretaries, during a luncheon meeting of the 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn.
\ Sisters Attendants Mr. and Mrs. John F. Baxter organization Saturday at the Primrose Inn. University City Bridge Club
Mrs. Eric S. Aronsoa of ,and Mr and Mrs. Paul Tar- r 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW
Cohasset Mass. sister of the 15th Terrace.
,
4 rant at the Baxter home, Presentation of a Certified tarial accounting, secretari a 1 I president, gave the Invocation. 0
bride matron of honor. Engineering Dames 8
was x Q p.m.,
r 1917 NW 12th Road. Professional certifi- skills and secretarial The
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Secretary procedures. following guests were
Bridesmaids were Miss Susan University Women's C 1 u fa-
WEDNESDAY, September 16 cate and pin to Mrs. Peggy Bowman introduced by Mrs. Katie Morrow -
H. Pickersgill of Gainesville .. house, Old Newberry Road.
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.o Luncheon feting Miss Edwina CPS made at luncheon The roster of CPS chairman of the
was a complete co program
sister of the bride Miss
; Robe'-;; : .
Julie Ann Harris of &uing- Mrs. ard Wareham Murphey, bride electof I meeting of the Gainesville members in the United States, committee; THURSDAY: September 17

ton, R. I. cousin of the bride, Verley J. Spivey of Jacksonville Chapter of the National Secretaries -Puerto Rico and Canada now Mrs. Lois Wilkinson C P S, Agriculture Dames, 8 p.m.,
ham, brother of the bridegroom Nova Scotia, the newlywedswill 12:30 p.m., Mrs. E. Association at the Primrose totals 3,017, which includes sev- and Mrs. Judy Koivista of Jacksonville Dan McCarty Hall Confer-
and Miss Claire M. Miller of H. William Pickersgillof make their home in Bos- L. Pierce, 1822 NW Seventh Inn Saturday afternoon. en Mrs. Ramsey and Mrs. ence Room, Second Rccm.

Boston. Gainesville, brother of the ton.The Place. I Mrs. Bowman executive secretary men.Mrs.. Ramsey SpeakerMrs. Elsie Hickman of Orlando, Mrs. Girl Scout Prairie Neighborhood -
attendants floor-
The
wore bride and Frederick L. Gala- bride was graduated Tea honoring Mrs. John I ,June Miller of Mrs. Wil- Meeting, 10
of coral silk to the North Florida Eye Ramsey guest speaker, Tampa; a. m..
length pale
gowns and matching he a d car of Ipswich, Mass. from Katharine Gibbs Schoolof Scarritt, recent bride, 4 to 6 I Bank was presented with her reminded members that in the ma Smith, CPS, Mrs. Lou Rari- Girl Scout House, 810 NW

organza pieces. They carried cascade A reception was given at Boston and is now employed p.m., Mrs. William A. PepperJr. award by Mrs. Anne Ramsey, I ever-growing move to automation I den, and Mrs. Bowman's daugh- 8th Street.

bouquets of roses, stephanotis: the home of the bride's aunt, by the Allaco Prdoucts ., mother of the bride- 'CPS; of Orlando, first vice president acceleration is the key ters, Susan, Barbara, and Ann Delta Delta Delta Alumnae
and and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. How- Inc. in Cambridge. The bridegroom groom, Gainesville Golf and of the Florida Division of word for the modern employee.She Bowman all of Gainesville. 8 p.m., Mrs. Guy Ful-
ivy.Harry ard S. Harris Jr. of Chelms- who attended Brooks Country Club.THURSDAY NSA. stated that the trend is Members working toward the ton, 2734 SW 4th Place.

P. Wareham cf East ford following the ceremony.To School, North Andover, Mass., September 17' The status of CPS was gained 'away from specialization and toward I CPS rating earned for the Gainesville New com e r i
Rochester, was best man for to receive his B. A.
Live In Boston expects Coke party honoring Mi ss after Mrs. Bowman passed two- a broad general educa-I Gainesville Chapter the Florida Benefit Bridge 7:30 p. m.,
his brother. degree from Boston University Martha Jane Edwards of Irvine day examination administeredby tion, which each secretary can J Division Marie Starr award and Recreation Center.

Ushers were John M. Ware- After a wedding trip to in February. bride elect of Doug'' the Institute for Certifying gain through personal evalua-1 the National award for the FRIDAY, September 18

Davis, Valdosta, Ga., 10:30to : Secretaries at Orlando during tion and self education. Mrs. :Southeastern District were: Gainesville Bridge Club, 9

PKY School 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Spurgeon the summer. Ramsey emphasized that each :Mrs. Frances Colvin, Mrs. Martha a.m., Holdiay Inn.IACKTO .
By Josephine Lowman Cherry and Mrs. Percy Mrs. Bowman was one of 280 secretary owes this much to j Crawford, Mrs. Beulah Hun -- -

Will Have Beard at the former's home, secretaries throughout the country her employer. 1 ter, Mrs. Morrow, Mrs. Cora Or-

2209 NW Ninth Place. who successfully completedthe Mrs. Naomi Bullett, presidentof j lone and Mrs. Ann Paulling.

/ Grow fY. FRIDAY? September 18 six part examination covering the Gainesville Chapter of New secretaries this year include -
Why PTA MeetingP. Coffee feting Miss Edwinna personal adjustment and NSA, presented the program, I:: Mrs. Judy Crosby Mrs. i i (ffi)

K. Murphey fiancee of Verle y human relations business law, and Mrs. Ora Stanley, charter Carroll McDonald, and Mrs.
Yonge and
parents
teachers will consider J. Spivey of Jacksonv ill e business administration, secre- member and the chapter's first J Mary Tompkins. i
the role SCHOOL1
10 a.m., Mrs: Frank Lee,
Old X of the PTA at their opening i
? Ocala Road.SATURDAY SMARTLYIN

:, II .,_C., 1 in meeting the school Tuesday auditorium.at 7:30 p.m. Wedding ,of September Miss Linda 19 i FOOD NOTES : From the Desk

A group of University of FlorIda SINGERFABRICS
Marie Kirkpatrick, daughterof

Extra Pep ImportantFactor tion students of Bernard, under Murphy the ,direc-will Kilpatrick Mr. and, and Mrs.Kenneth Wendell C.L. Of the Home Demonstration AgentBy '

present socio drama illustrat- Winters, son of Mr. and Mrs. JOSEPHINE McSWINE to have been references to 1-16 teaspoon ground black!
ing the roles _
I I In Success possible of the Berl C. Winters, 10 a.m., .,
PTA. Discussion will follow. First You've seen movies of des- lemons much before the 12th I pepper / ;
Ion Chapel of the adventures surh .
An for ert as Century.The 1 teaspoon curry powder
opportunity meetingnew I
Most of the world's great ious consideration to avoiding teachers and parents will ',Presbyterian Church. "Lawrence of Arabia"where Arabs, forever moving Vt teaspoon minced on!n n I

have had one thing in common: leaks in his- energy.. be offered at a social hour fol- men go staggering along the caravan routes in 1.3 cup salad oil !I
superlative energy! Wasting Energy lowing the along in the shimmer i n g the course of trade, brought 1. Combine all ingredients tt l
This extra margin of energy Let's forget the world's great The Board program.of Directors will BridgeClub white-heat, not a tree In sight, lemons west to Pe-sia and 2. Beat with a rotary beater.

leads to enthusiasm, courage, for the moment and think about meet at 7 p.m. in the Teach not a drop of water any- Palestine. It is possible that 3. Serve over fruit salad. ;: n

imaginative creative thinking, you and me. Are we wastingour ers' Lounge. where. Arabs took the lemon tree to Yield: 1 cup '-

vibrant personality and a stupendous store of energy in un Parents of Iran until recently call- North Africa and Spain. We .
eleventh grade stu- Fresh Lemon-Sesame Seed ,
amount of work. healthy physical habits or dam- dents will meet in trie cafeteriaat ed "Persia"' must have do know, for sure, that one

Low vitality is very likely to aging emotional attitudes? Are 7 p.m. to organize for the some spots like that, for as of the many good things that Butter For Vegetables by William C. "Bill" Smith

cause one to be apprehensive, we wasting the precious stuff of planning of appropriate activi- By JOHN E. CRAPS i one of its poets once wrote, the Crusaders brought back 1.3 cup butter or marjarine, I i
which life is made by frettingover "A Persian's heaven is to lemons. melted TIME TO CLEAN
sensitive, irritable, pessimistic, ties for Juniors during the Mrs. H. D. Putnam and Europe were
I exhausted and ineffective. There nonessentials? school year. Mrs. H. L. Breland were first easily made; Lemons were one of i h e 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice

I. have been, and are, those exceptional It takes a lot of living to learn place winners in the North- 'Tis but black eyes and first fruits to reach the west. 2 tablespoons toasted sesame DRAPES &

people who are lifted that most of the things we wor- South direction in the Wednes- lemonade." ern hemisphere. Cot u mbus seed CURTAINSAny

past any physical handicaps by ry about do not happen that Press Club day evening master point i Of course, you don't haveto brought lemon seeds to Haiti Salt to taste

the fire of their ideas and ideals, petty disappointments, small game of the Gainesville i l go all the way to Iran. on his second voyage, in 1-16 teaspoon ground black time is a good time to
but these are in the minority. failures and little injustices are Meeting Listed Bridge Club with 79V4 match Just ask any farmer who's 1493. pepper I clean curtains and drapes and-
and that it whenever they ore soiled
Many of the world's great not really important points. There were seven tables been making hay while the Early Spanish 1 explorers 1. Combine all Ingredientsand i need it. But there are two
were blessed with the gift of is downright sinful to spend en- ORLANDOThe Florida and average for all pairswas sun shines. Or the city man brought them to Floridain heat. times of the year when it's
abundant energy at birth. Those ergy on them. It takes a lot ofliving Women's Pre ss Club will 63. who goes puffing along aftera the first half of the 16th I more conventional and in a woy
2. Serve hot cooked
who were not so fortunate were to recognize the potentialities meet September 19 20 for a D. W. Bowman and R. A. lawnmower.Just Century. For years, Florida Brussels over broccoli more proper to do it Spring
for beauty all about us every business meeting and workshop of the sprouts, and Fall.
the
keenly aware of the importanceof I Bennett came in second with ask anybody who's was lemon-grower cabbage cauliflower ;
,
hoarding their smaller store I day and to get our values session at the Robert 69, and Mrs. J. E. Moore minding the summer heat how nation. Then the big freeze of toes. or pota- The action of dust ond

and reinforcing it in every pos straightened out.Tremendous. Meyer Hotel. and Mrs. F. J. Hoffer were he'd like a big, tall, frosty- 1894-95. destroyed so many YIELD 1.3 6 grime, sunlight, oxidation, com-
: or servings.
cup with moisture from damp
The will hear cold lemon that this state bined
newswomen of lemonadeNOTtoo
glass
sible way. Some of them worked Factor third with 68. groves FRESH LEMON : window pones, all together act
only a few hours a day and Author Fletcher Kneble at a Mrs.V.. T. Zeanah and Mrs.J. sweet? You may counton has produced very few lem- DESSERT SAUCE to hasten deterioration of these

spent the rest of the time build- An extra measure of pep is a banquet Saturday night, at F. Wharton led the East- low moans of delight and ons until recent years. 1 tablespoon cornstarch I expensive items.It .

Ing vitality because they realized -tremendous factor in achieving which awards in the Club's West contingent with 77 match appreciation.You California and Arizo:a grow % cup sugar is simpler, easier ond far

that they needed this lift in'success in a career, a marriageor annual newspaper writing points, followed by Miss Sybil might think that this almost all our lemons: one- 1 cup water r I less costly to have them cleanedat
order to do creative thinking.The I' individual happiness. It is contest will be presented by Anderson and P. D. Gold- I abundance of lemons happensto fourth of the world supply in \* teaspoon salt 1 least twice a year. That way
just as important for us as it is: Wilson McGee editorial director hagen with 74, and R u f u s coincide with the ottest fact. Two counties in California 2 fresh lemon I you con increase their hfe by
great scientist, Darwin tablespoons and -
for the world's great to spend of the Orlando Se n- Heath and Van A. May with : summer weather. Ventura and Santa several times spore yourself
was a frail man who gave ser- juice the cost cf premature rev
-,our inherited amount of vital-I tinel. 61. j The lemon harvest goes on Barbara produce about placement. Not to mention the
ity in ways which are reward- all year with flowers and ma- two thirds of all the lemonswe \\ teaspoon grated lemon peel : better appearance within the

... THE SHOES WITH ing, the less we have the more ture lemons on the same use in this country.We 1 tablespoon butter or marga'I' home.

YOUNG IDEAS essential that we spend careful- FYI. tree simultaneously. Lemons think of lemons primarily nine Better let us do itNOW.It .
I are picked while they as thirst-quenchers, but 1. Combine cornstarch and I won't take long, and you'll

ly.Why not determine not to be are still a bright green. They they have many, many other sugar in a saucepan. I have them back, fresh live with and
I I clean-a pleasure to
e ,upset by petty details and hectic With the Gainesville Club Season just around the corner, are then stored under- controlled uses as a seasoning. After 2. Gradually add water and again.

happenstance? here is a reminder for all press and publicity chairmen. temperature hum- all, our English word 7est" cook until thick and trans i,
Guard your store of energy Deadline for publication of club notices: idity to develop yellow col- is the French word for lem- parent stirring constantly. t CALL OR BRING THEM TO
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with a fine diet, enough sleep Sunday: Wednesday Noon or, juiciness and flavor. For- on rind. Ever so many times 3. Add remaining S & S CLEANERSDelivery

and relaxation, exercise laughter Daily: 8:30 a.m. day of publication. Preferably all releases tunately they can be stored when some dish tastes rather ents and serve L'161'edJ.'I''I {

and gratitude for just being should be submitted to the Women's Department from one to four months. The dull and insipid a squeezeof cake gingerbread or fruit or Cash ull Carry

YUKON alive. I the preceeding day of publication by noon. lemonade we enjoy in Sep- lemon juice will brightenthe strudels. I' 503 SW 3rd St. Ph. 3724114
Calender of Event notices should be submitted the day before tember may be made from flavor. Use lemon on salads YIELD M4
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that cups. _
Don't throw away precious ___ ... 0
lemons in June melon fish -
wedges
which 'blicaticn r earlier. Cards for calendar club events picked ,
in
stuff ways are I are available at the SlID Women's department and may be The lemon tree has come along meats or fowl

unimportant. mailed.All way from its original LEMON AND OFUNGE ADULT CLASSESin
If you would like to han stories must be submitted in typewritten form, dou- home. This is believed to have FRENCH DRESSING

my leaflet "Pep" send a ble spaced. Name and telephone number of the individual been in the warm districts to U cup fresh lemon juice

tar 1ahrsoet stamped, self-addressed envelope submitting club stories should be typed in the upper left ; the east of the Hima'ayas 1-3 cup fresh orange juice Gainesville:
Mith jour request for hand comer of the page. between northern Burma and 1 tablespoon sugar Buchholz Junior High School

every .. leaflet number 56 to Josephine Because of the heavy volume of club news, one storyin -Southern China. There- -_ ._. seem--. 1-18 teaspoon! _salt Lincoln High School School
activity. Low man in care of The Duval Elementary
advance and the will be
comfort 1 1p one story following meeting Other A4..Jt Shl4f C.eten Tbr.v b.'t c.ltty
Gainesville Sun. used IF the event warrants follow-up coverage.All .
*wear nd long assured... members' names in club stories should be submittedin PubliclnvitedTRAFFIC Registration Sept. 14 & 15;

Blade, Ckerryttnt, social form Mrs. John Jones, not Mrs. Mary Jones, unless -
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ChurchCircles the individual is known professionally as Mrs. Mary SAFETYSCHOOL p.m.

ONLY Jones. GENERAL COURSES
Elementary EduCOt ort United States History ':
i Junior High; United State Government
Senior Htjh Civics
t World History "
$499 t i English
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Tuesday, September 15, SPECIAL
St. Patrick's Catholic Church CLOSEDWEDNESDAY spoken Spanish Construction, -
ntrol Chargei 7 PM-10 PM
English for Foreign Born Children's doming i
St Anne's Circle, 1:30 pjn.. Persona Typing Beginning and Advanced

I Mrs. Robert Myers 2901 SW SEPTEMBER 16 3rd Floor Court Room, Personal Bookkeeping General Sewing. -.:. ;
BOB'SSHOE 4th Court. : General Information: Tailoring ,
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Monday, September 14, 1964 7 By MURRAY CRASS

Associated Press Sports shoulder in- tonsilitis, tackle Dennis Mur- ter Gary Cliett, lost 10 days

I early to tell phy from a ruptured blood vessel ago with torn knee ligaments

When he came to the be. in his leg, halfback Jerry is definitely out of the SMU
may
York Yankees last week, Newcomer is making' headway game. .Whatley and Benson are

Ramos brought along his the worry from the effects of an appen- indefinite.

brimmed Stetson hats, mono- dectdmy: safetyman Bruce

SMU Has shirts with white mother will see a Bennett still is favoring a pull- Graves may follow the controlled -

pearl buttons and tight to determine ed groin muscle and place- scrimmages today and.

cowboy pants. to serve kicker Jimmy Hall has been Tuesday with a night session JOHN WHATLEY

Ramos however the Mus- hampered by a pulled ham. Wednesday. Thursday's work- S re-injures bad knee

I left something, behind, string muscle. \' out likely will be the "dress fore the Gators go to their out-

Eyes Only ineffectiveness.The 1. Larry Cliett Sidelined VAs rehearsal" and Friday will be of-town "hideaway" to rest for

29-year-old Cuban ? mend from I of now, however, only cen- devoted to light calisthenics be- the game.

only two hits in five innings : ;

relief Sunday as the New IN BOTH LEAGUES

For GatorsThe Yankees defeated Minnesota I

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way Florida's Gators have been set back in practice :. Bunning Seeks 20By

plans by recent Hurricane Dora, some of the wags have

come up with this one:

Maybe Southern Methodist will be looking past the opener '-/

with the Gators to their second game of the season against MIKE RATHET Francisco and tcck another Taylor's double, a single by

S Ohio State. Associated Press Sports Writer giant stride towarJ becoming a Johnny Callison and Richie

That's a joke, man! Jim Bunning, Philadelphia'sace 20-game winner in each league. Allen's homer kept the Phillies'

\ Latest word from Dallas is that the Mustangs know full right-hander, is three steps Only nine pitchers in major bulge at six games over the.

well the Gators are a recognized potential power in 1964 away from a rare pitching: league history ever have posted second-place St Louis Cardinals

and would like nothing better than to mess up everythingin double that hasn't been accomplished -20 victories in both the Nationaland who put together a rare

Gatorland starting at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Florida Field. in 40 years. American leagues, among feat of their own.

Since the game will be on regional television (CBS) with Bunning, who earlier this them Cy Young, Jack Chesbro Walloping the Chicago Cubs

several million spectators looking in, the winner can pick upa season pitched a perfect game, and Joe McGinnity.! Banning, 15-2, the Cardinals became only

lot of fan prestige in a hurry. ., posted his 17th victory Sundayin however, could become the first the second team in modern

This, then, is the time of year when partisan Gator ; I the National League leaders' since Carl Mays in 1924. major league history to score in

scribes start looking through the enemy's brochure to see double 4-1, l -inning triumph over San 4-5 More Starts every one
what's what. n..__:__ ...L._ _.__ n _____ .p ., ,
jjLumiug: WIN wuu j.v games: .i\ew sonic uiants aid it against
SMU it can be reported, will have a definite sophomorish with Detroit in 1957, likely will Philadelphia in 1923.

tinge. No less than 10 of the first 22 players on Coach PEDROS RAMOS 400-Meter make four or five more starts in Elsewhere, Cincinnati remained

Hayden Fry's two-platoon system will be earlings. S lifesaver for Yankees the Phillies' final 19 games. He seven games back by

They're Fast AgileSMU checked the Giants on seven 'bombing Warren Spahn and

backfield at 2 and slipped into second hits, bringing his record to 17-4 Milwaukee 9-2, Don Drysdalewon
with line and a
will a 200-plus .
open advantagein one game behind Baltimore Trials best in the majors on a per. his 18th game as the Los
about 188. Florida will have a good-sized weight
the searing American centage basis.Bunning's Angeles Dodgers edged the New
backfield about the same.
the line with the
pennant chase. pitching and a York Mets 5-4 and Pittsburgh
fine team speed this year.
The Gators admittedly possess
three-run 10th built
on Tony blanked Houston 3-0.
Five PitchingThe York Athletic Club Dave Welll Indian
Track Club Stanford.
400 meter hurdles Rex Cawley
10-year veteran ., Pasadena Athletic Association Bill Har.
dm Louisiana State; Jay Luck. New National Boxes I
permitted just two runs in 9 ) Haven Track Club. League
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innings of relief with New I High lump Edward Caruther::. Southern -
California Striders John Thomas,
He[ was called on for his : Boston Athletic Association; John Rambo I PHILADELPHIA SAN FRANCISCOabrhbi 3B-Rose. HR-Harper 4, Pinson 20,
Southern California Striders atrhbi Menke 17. SB-Rose, Robinson John-
appearance in eight I 200 meter dash Paul Drayton. U.S. Rolas cf 503 0 M.Alou If 5 0 20 son./S-Harper.
when starter Ford Army Richard Stebbins, Pasacena Athletic Taylor 2b 5 2 2 Lamer 2b 4010 .
Whitey
Club; Henry Carr. Phoenix OlympicClub. Callison rf 4121 Mays cf 4000 IP H R ER BB SO
forced to leave the game Allen 3b 4112 Hart :?:b 4000 Jay W 10-11 .. .. t 0 2 2 2 4
800 meter run Morgan Gro" Oregon Wine 3b 0000 Snider rf 3000 Spahn L413 2 1-3 5 5 5 e 0
four innings. State; Tom Farrell St. JohnS University Johnson Ii 301 Carden.il if 0000 Sadowskl .. .. .. 23000 0 1
; Jerry Siebert Santa Clara Youth H'rrnsfn l I" 0000 Cepeda Ib 4130 Schneider .. .. 2 4. 2 1
Village. Power Ib 4011 Mailer c 3010 Carroll . .. . 2 O. 0
drills chief scout Elsewhere in the AL 0 3
But SMU, which was spotted in spring by : \ VJi 5,000 meter run Bob Schul, Dayton Triandos c 4 0 1 ODavenps ss 2001 Oliva . .. .. 2 2 0 0 0 1
John Eibner has blazing speed, both line and backfield.It's Kansas City trimmed Athletic Club Bill Dellinger Emerald Amaro ss 5030 McCovey ph 1 0 00 T-2:39.: A-4,845.
Empire Athletic Association; Oscar Bunning p 4000 Pagan ss 0000
the kind of team Alabama coach Paul (Bear) Bryanthas 7-5, Cleveland nipped Chicago Moore. New York Pioneer Club. Estelie.. p 3000

been fielding for the past few years in Tuscaloosa. Small, 4, Boston edged Los Angeles ] Emerald 1,500 meter Empire run Athletic- Dyrol Association Burleson Totals 40 4 14 4 Hlller Tetals ph 34 1000 1 7 1 ST. LOUIS abrhbi. CHICAGO abrhbi

but how do hit and Washington whipped 1 Tom O'Hara Loyola of Chicago; Jim Philadelphia .. .... ... .. .. 400 100 004 3-4 Flood cf 5231 Am'fano Jb 3 1 1 0
they you
troit j! 1 Ryun, Wichita KIwanis Track Club. San Francisco n..... ... toO Oil 000 4E Brock If 4221 Stewart ph 1000
Here's a breakdown on the SMU probable starting array. 5-1. .a"I" Triple lump Ira Davis Philadelphia. Groat ss 5243 Burton rf I 0 1 1Maxvitl

The ends are likely to be David Corder, 6-6 and 206 pounds; A run scoring single by ] Plone C.; Club Kent; Floerke William,.Kansas Sharp City, Philadelphia Olympic Cisco-None.1. LOB Philadelphia-Philadelphia 11 1,, San San Fran-Fran, Boyer 3b ss 5222 1100 Williams Santo 3b It 4000 4011

with Mike Tabor, 6-1, 218; or Bill Harlan (what's in a Athletics' Bert Campaneris Javelin Club. throw Frank Cove'li' Pasadena Cisco 2B-Power.7. Taylor. Cepeda i. "RAII.n Shannon White Ib < 5111 Banks lb 3000

S name-same as Gator swimming coach), 187, 62.SMU's the fifth inning snapped a -. Athletic Club; Les Tipton. Oregon (26). SB-M. Alou Carden-l. S-Lanier 26 r 4131 Sl2lCowancf Rodgers ss 3130 4000Javier t
either deadlock. Baltimore I ::: :< Edward Red, Rice University.Pole Trlandos Bunning. SF-D..nport. Uecker llllCampbeil2t
tackles will be John Knee, 6-0, 203; and vault Fred Hansen, Rice: John IP H. ER BBSO Simmons 4100 Schaffer 10)0
6-3 205. The guard Chuck Estrada walked I : Pennel, Northeast Louisiana; William Sunning' W 17 4 10 7 1 1 2 p c 3010
5-11 208 or Mike Moore Ellsworth p 1 0 0 0
... Ron Merritt, ; Pemelton. Abilene Track Club. Estelie L 0-1. 10 3 I 3 3
posts may go to Robert Oyler, 6-0, 204; and Jim Sitton, batters prior to the hit. I meters 100 meter dash Bob Hayes, Florida Herbel ... ... 1 1 1 1 5 2 Kes'lnger Burke ph ss 2 1000 0 0 0
A&M; Trenton Jackson. Illiroit Mel Estelie faced 2 men In 10th. Totals 44 II
Charles knocked in four 15 13 Totals 35 2 0 2
Center will be Hard McAlister, 6-4, 200. J[ Fender Philadelphia Pioneer C'kb Jerry T-3:02. A 35205.
5-10,198. with doubles while battle of sub Southern California! Striders, Louis .. .. 312 221 311-15
Be Problem two 1 Ashworth team. .tilcago ..... .. . IPO at! aoe... j
Passing May a Colavito belted his 33rd Sunday was relay NEW YORK LOS ANGELES
hurdles Willie Davenport. -
110-meter high abrhbi abrhbiKlaus E-Brock, Ellsworth, Rodgers <2),
In the backfield with well-known quarterback Danny Thomas Burleson U.S. Army; Hayes Jones. Detroit 2b 3000 Wills ss 5000 malfitano (2), Elston. Campbrtl! OP-
Third V.C.; Blame Lindgren Utah Track Club. 2316 Chicago t. lOB-St. Louis
Chisox Chica Kranep'l Ib 4000 Cllliam }b 10. Ch'cago 13.
will be wingback Tommy Caughran, 6-3, 192; tailback : 400-meter dash Mike Larrabee, Ch'toph'r rf 4 1 2 0! W.Davis cf 3120 2B-Brock. Javier 2. Croat. Santo.
Wise 5-10 206. for the ninth Southern California Striders Ulis Wil. Altman If 3 1 1 1 T.Davls If 4113 Rodgers. HR-Javier (11), Brock (12,
5-11 184 and fullback Jim Sox tumbled California Striders; Allan
Larry Jernigan ; The White hams Southern Elliot cf 4000 Fairly Ib 5000 Shannon (5). S-White, Simmons. Flood

SMU: gives the appearance of a team that may be hardto third place, 1% games ] series. Cassell Lewis Philadelphia Houston ,Track relay team Club; Theron Smith Gonder 3b c 4113 3100 Rose&oro Howard rf c 3010 3111 SF- Shannon.

ball There are rangy players records 10OO throw the against. many Baltimore with their fifth loss McMillan <, 2 01 Oliver 21) 2010 Simmons .
( W
() .SMarines 15-* 0 I 2
I Athletic Club; Bill Wills U 2 5 7
Spokane 1000
( and that height, combined with speed and agility, is fine for the last seven games. 100, 200 and ; Ron Larneu, Los Ange'es Track Hickman Fisher p rD 301 1000 Griff'th T'cewskl! ph 2b 1000 Washburn | O' 0 1 0
ElS'th .
L 14 IS 3 J-J 7 7 4 I 2
defensing the overhead game. the 400-meter Club.Shot put Dallas Long PasadenaAthletic 31444 Drysdale Tetals p 3S53 4020 F. B'defte ... ... 1-3 0 0 0 0 o
The roster continues to intrigue by the many "names." Luis Tiant won his and ham- Club; Randy Matson. Texas A&M Totals None out when winning run scored Elston .... .. 2 i 3 1 0 1
Slaughter .
] O'Brien PasadenaAthletic 0 1 3 ) 0
0
One of the backfield candidates is Jimmy Taylor. Unlike game; against two broad jump. freshmen Club.3,000meter; Parry New Yerk .... .. .. .. .. 404 404 400-4 Havm 2 2 1 1 I 3
Green fullback the SMU version is only 5-11, helping his own cause by Here is the steeplechase George Los Angeles' ....... .. ... 3M Ill IllSEKlaus. 'Gregory .. ..... 1 1 1 5 0 0
the Bay Slaughter
great ,
faced 4 I" .
Club Victor 711T2.5.
were named to Young, Phoenix Olympic ? York m. \
LOB-N'
in the decisive with Kranepool.
175 but is blinding fast. Previously, it was mentioned ing run Olymeic Games Zwolak. Viilanova Jeff Flshback. Santa 5, Los Angeles 13.33Christopher A-I1M6.
ixth-inning single. : Clara Youth Village. T Davis.i HR-Smith
of John Kimbrough.And .
there is fullback candidate by name
a Tremn- Broad )ump Ralph Boston Southern Davis S-
SB-W
(23)
(II) Howard
fought back with two runs in I ) Gayle Hopkins, Arizona Night'
three sets of brothers, one pair being twins.Thomas' AI Oerter New California Striders Washington.Hammer Altman. PITTSBURGH CUSTOM

passing threat can not be discounted. He hit on seventh on a walk, Mike I "' __x__." ; Phil Shmnlck throw Harold Connolly Fisher .. ... .. 7230 IP H RERBBSO t 3 4 5 Schofield ss tnrM J 1 0 'abrhM
berger's double an infield I I Culver City Athletic Club; Edwerd Burke . 1-3. 5 C 01 OSpengier 1 3010
touchdowns Hunter
for four Vlrdon
for 846
66 of 138 tries last year yards and S Santa Clara Youth Village: Albert Hall Ribant L 1-4 .. I 1 1 0 2 eDrysd.le Crmente cf 4 1 2 0 Fox Jb 3000
a single by Floyd ; : New York Athletic Cluh 1 3 5 3111Asnroflte308I
6 4
including the one that beat Navy.11111stallgs. W 11-13.
DECATHLONRESULTS In tth.HBP Stargell If 3 0 0 0 Bond rf J 0 0 0
Ribant-Faced 4 men
CCdenon lb 4022 Hard cf 4010
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WP-
McMillan)
-By Drysdale
Healthy Fr'.Sf'b 4000 Roberts lb: 3000
Summaries of Gonder, Roseboro. T-243
., LOS ANGELES CAP) Ribant PB- Maz.r'skl2b4OOIKaJo ss 300Pagtrronl
final I trials for the
the decathlon in the A-13,115.
The Mustangs' running game was wrapped up largely in Amexican U.S. Olympic games team. p c l001Farrell 3OlOGrofec p 2000 300CardweN

fleet back John Roderick, ineligible this year. He carried : 110 meter high Second hurdles Day Paul Her CINCINNATI MILWAUKEE Gaivtespf, 1000TataU
32313 Totals
21 0 4 0Pittsburgh
60 times for 374 yards and a 5.8 average. man. U.S. Army. 15.1 (137 poHt). Russ ebrbbl. abrhbi ,
Hodge, Santa Clara Youth Vill.ge IS.* Rose 26 3230 Alou rf 4010 104 5 OC W2-3
SMU: is fairly healthy as of now. However sophomore full- (757). Don Jeisy. U.S. Marines U-1 (575). Harper If 4112 Maye cf 4020 aui'en _. K4 lOt _-I

back Billy Bob Stewart, generally regarded No. 1 linebacker, LOS ANGFLES abrhbi BOSTON ab r h 1 Don(Ml).Shy.Dick Mt.Emberger.San Antonio U.S. Marines Cc"ege,, 14".7 t PinIon Robinson cf rf S23ICartV SI2lMatws If 3b 4000 1020 burgh E-None 4. Houston DP-Pittsburgh 4. 2. LOB-Pitts-

will be missed the first three games due to an appendec Clinton rf 3 SO Mantilla 2b I 0 1 (15). Bill Toomey. Santa Clara YouthViII.g Johnson Ib 4211TorI c 4004 28-Virdon, Sp.rvgl r. Clemerte. SB -
iersall cf 3112 C'mgli'ro If 4 1 2 .
(159)
154
1 Oliver Ib 2100 iendenon' 2. -Roberts. SF-Clemtnt
And is from bad ankle. Cardenas ss
Jernigan a
recovering
tomy. regosl ss 4000 Yastrz ski cf 4 0 2 Discus Hodge, 152 feet 0 Inches 4112 Menke ss 4122Boros
whiz acock lb 3000 Stuart Ib 4 1 1 : (7)4). Jeisv, 131-4' Coker c IP H R CROC SO
been 13? 5
fullback -
Running at on offense has a soph ((110)) Herman 3b 3liSKOlb 26 4000
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4110 rf 4 0 ardwell
If
W Smith Thomas 131-4V (4$,). Toomey IW-lVi W 10 f 4' 0 2 1
Floyd Burke 5-9, 180. Others with Thomas and Burke are Rodgers c 4020 Malxone 3b (734)(447). Emberger.Shy 123-3 i37). J.y p 4011 Spahn p 5550 Farrell I... II.* 7 3 1 1 1 6
Tories 3b 4000 Bressoud ss 2 1 de la Hoi ph 1110 Owens 2 2 2 ? 2 I
Rogers Reinowski, 6-2. 202; and Donnie Crowder, 5-11, 185. Knoolt 2b 3000 hUman c I I Pole vault Jelly, 15. feet 2 Inches Cline ph 1. HBP-By Card*** (teantfer, Aspro-
Hi.tt ph 1011 Meilas pr 0 C 1962. Herman. 14-0 (l 7') Emberger, 13- Boiling ph 100TaUK monte). T-2:04. A-L3K.
On defense in the two-platoon system have been veterans School 2b 0000 Wilson p 2 1 1 USA. Hodge 1J-J (117). Toorrey. 12-4! fllllST.fais 3321 1

Knee, Oyler Harlan and Caughran.By atewood p 1000 Jones ph. 1 0 1 (757). Shy failed to clear starting Cincinnati IM m ao-!
earson pr. 0100 height) Milwaukee tot tn 004-2 Saturday Night Game
gametime Saturday though, most of SMU's vets probably Satrlano pn 1. 0 0 1.500 meter run 1, Emberger I1l.f E-Rose, Kolb. DP-Cincinnati X JLOB NEW YORK LOS ANGELES
will start against the Gators. Dul>ba p 1000 (720). 2. Toomey. 4;12.7 (714). 3. Hodge, Cincinnati a. Milwaukee 4.2B abrbbi ibrIw.
Totals 32 3 5 3 Tatals 33 4:12.7 (714). 4, Herman. 4 J1.2 (451). 5. -Robinson. Johnson Coker Pmson Klaus 36 4000 WMH SI 4000McMWan
Hear Joe Halberstein en Gator Sports Time. Station WGGS. ':55 ,.m. onMonday. One out when winning run tftred. I Jeisy 4:331 (UI). 4. Shy did not finish. lt3ISlGlflIam 3b lotS

Wednesday and Friday). Lot Angeles. . .. . 40 tn Ml : Total points 1. Emberger 7728. 2 CVtopher" rf 2 0 1 0 TVsul 3bs 4 2 0
...t.. .. ... .. ipg in 1 l Pledge 7721. S Herman 7/Cl. 4, Toomey Hickman cf 4 0 1 0 W. Davis cf 4 t 1 0
7.6:5So Jeisy 7.424. 4. Shy 511 .(Ember Records Due Smith" If 40507. Davit If 4120
E-Hone. DP-Lo Angeles' 2. LOB-
basis of
ger awarded first on having won C'nniziaro 7ISSHoo.rd rf 4241
Angeles 2B-Rodgers.4. Boston Conigillaro.7. field goal more events). Taylor c 1000 Fairly lb>> 4 0 t JKranep'l

R-Piersall (2). Stuart (32). Wilson ( LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) At lb 4000 Oliver JO 4 1 1 tKancM
\ 2b 3000 Torborg c 3111
S8-w. Smith. least[ two records are almost
IP H R ER BB Gonder ph 1000 Richer p 4011 1
atewood ........ 313 4 2 2 1 New certain to fall in Keeneland'sfall Jackson p 3000Tetals
Osmski .. ...... 1230 0 0 1 Use 112ITel' 315111 .
\ atman .... 2 1 1 I I sale of thoroughbred year New Yarn Wf lOt 00 4) i iL.H
Duliba L 4-4 .. ... 1 1-3 3 1 1 1 I lings, which opens today for a Aitgele .. .. 010 210 1"-
AMERICAN LEAGUE Wilson _.. .. 71-3 3 2 > 3 _
I NATIONAL LEAGUEW R.4atzWWl..l2-32 1 1 1 stand.A E-JacklOft. Oliver 2. DP-New. York
five-day .
W L Pet. GB.Baltimore L Pet. G.E.
17 st ,s4 Philadelphia M 57 .401 T-2:SX A-2X140. I in Victory 1 l LOB-New York I, Las Angeles 42B .
.
New. York 14 U .StJ 1 I I St. Louis M 43 Jjf 4 CHICAGO CLEVELAND total of 1,016 head have -Christopher. Howard 2. SEOlIver.IP
Chicago S4 ai .515 l'-i Cincinnati n 64.52 7 ... .. H R f R BB SO
Detroit 71 *t .}27 10 ,San Francisco M 45 JSJ 7 rf brkbiH'shbI'r IllSSaknonrt 3 r 1 a, 1 been consigned for the sale, the lack son. L. 1 -14' 13 0 7 2 2
Los Angeles 75 72 JIO Mitwaukee 74 6. J17 12 I tlcnart\ W, 21 t I" 0 I J
utord 2b SSSlPIowserss 3' number in the
Cleveland 72 72 .500 12..1 I Pittsburgh 73 *. JU 12'";I ebmson H 4011 Wagner H II I quarterback Bart Starr spotted largest 20-year HBP-By Richert! CMitopher. T-
Minnesota 72 73 .497 Los Angeles' 72 71 .503 14 I history of the fall auctions. 134. A2I0C1.Greatnewtastc.
Ward 3b S111He1d2b
Boston 44 U .43$ Chicago 45 71 .455 21 McCr.wlb lll0Alvis3b Sports Writer the ball and Hornung, after I
Washington' 57 to .3M 3O\' Houston 5* M .407 21
Kansas City S3 .361 33 New York 1. tS .340 37V Landis cf IllIDavelilts d 4 1 i iiS. new spread lining it up carefully, split the

Sunday's Result Saturday Results We ClrTtOft ss 2lIIWPiitfie.d 3.IIROft"INIC'b>> 3 1 ,I \' confused uprights.The .
Cleveland S. Chicago 4New Los Angeles I. New. York I
!
York S. Minnesota 2 Sundays ResIts Mertinc Pinarro 2000tephens lIISTIontp 1 I III he got a big Philadelphia Eagles : ,

Washington' S. Detroit 1 Philadelphia' 4. San Francisco 1. 10 Innings .. ph 1555 1 II 4 and so did the tried the same play in their
3
Boston 4. Los Angeles Peters 1000 I
Kansas City 7. Baltimore STM''S Cincinnati .. Milwaukee 2 Tea>. ph. 33 4 I. Tatats 31 J opener against the New York
Games St. Louis 15. Chicago 2 ;
Minnesota (Grant 13-18) at Los Angeles S. New York 4 CEicas. ... HO I* :; who wrecked Giants but Sam Baker missed a pipe tobacco 1
(P DpI 1VSI. night. Blltlmor'l Pittsburgh' X Houston 0Todays Clntl.ad . 120 ott on 23-12 Sunday 47-yarder as time ran out in the
Kansas City Pena 12 14)' at Boston (Connolly E-He ,. We*. DP-Chicago t. ; i I
2-10). night Games land 1. LOB-Chicago f. Cleveland 7. i : National Foot- first half.It .
Only games scheduled). St. Lout (Sadecki 17-W at Milvaukei 2&-W.rd. McCrew. Herhsberger. : I about the miss for'
for
(Cloninger 14-12). I opener was only i iI
Tuesday's Games night HO'IItWf', WI ittlelCl. Land. Wes : in filter
Chicago at Detroit N Philadelphia Short 1J-7) at Houston IP H. ER.. I I II a rabbit out of the fired-up Eagles. They buriedthe a _
I I
Washington Cteve4and N Bruce 13-4). ni.MPittsburgh PIz.rr.L114 4 14 S 1 I
Minnesota at Baltimore N Veaie 14-10) at Los Angel.iwwnttm .. 1 0 0 C 1 I in the pro defending Eastern Division I
Los Angeles at New.. York N Reed 2-3). nightTvesoayi FbNr. 1. 0 C 1 I I champs 33-7 behind a blitzing i
Kansas CRy. at Boston N I Games T'-"f W..2 S 4 4 4 ,
Cincinnati It Chicago HBP-By Pbarro (Salmon" ). ,. i out in the defense that completely throt- cigarette !
St Louis at Milwaukee N arreon (2). Martin T-220 A- ; .
NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia at Houston N : punted to the tIed Y.A. Tittle's passing attack ,
To Pittsburgh at Los Angeles N WASHINGTON DETROIT Pitts called and a balanced offense directedby I
.. Lst Pet ..HIM Play New York ., San Francisco N ErP4 ab. r :
Philadelphia M 37 .601 BIas'sme2h4llIWfl3b 3 at his own 4* newcomer Norman Snead.
,to Lowl .... 00 43 ..55' 4 1* ZInvwi-Z SI2Lwnge2b" ,
San Fran. .... M *S Ml 7 17 Htotoft IIlllUntft : Bay coach Minnesota surprised Baltimore -
Cincinnati 7f *4 Ml 7 ItCame PENNANT RACES AT A GIANCE King rf 4000 Demeter lb 4 I then invoked :34-24; Cleveland whipped
rt.ninopiite.IpliI. AMERICAN LEAGUE Lack cf 1IIfrHflMC 1 0 Von get pleasing aroma-and a great
At home 7| Cincinnati To PnW'oslb 4000 Thomas Cf : 11, Article Washington 27-13; Detroit with
.. Pet. Bek..4 PtajBaltimore r ; I DeW uste The secret; It's packed
S. Milwaukee 4. A.ay 12. Houston 3. LotAvxles Lest Brwm ey c 4010 Stanley M :
after San Francisco 26-17 and,
4. St. Low 3. Cincinnati" j. 07 Sf J4 14 Kennedy 4000 M'AltH ss 3 0 I a team, topped America best-tasting pipe tobaccofansousHalfandHalfSmOkeaCILaII-
St. tout At home .; Philadelphia 3. New York U 51 Jtt 1 20 Ostecn 9 3lIEeg.ns 2 1 to attempt Los Angeles upended Pittsburgh
New York 3. Away 13 Mitocuk.ee 3 Chicago M 41 JU IV* IS Wood"* pn :11
Cincinnati 3. New York 2. Pittsburgh S. Games remaining'Baltimore flOats 34 S10 S Tetate 30 1 interference 25-14 in Sunday's other openers.
San Francisco At name III New .At home II; Minnesota 3. w.**....... 000 1M team. The St Louis Cardinals tad Half Filter Cigarettes! /
York 2. Pittsburgh 3. Houston 3. Chicago Los Angeles 3. Washington X Detroit 2. Oelro .. Ill III 1-
3- Away 4; Houston 3. Chicago 3. Away i. Detroit 2. Cleveland X up across: jumped the gun Saturday night "., -,,
Cincinnati At home I; St. Louis X New York At home 13* LM Anget I E-Oemeter. DP-WasMngion :. ** ,: ; L50'
Pittotwrph X Philadelphia 1 2. Away Iii X Kansas City X Detroit 4. Cleveland 3. 1. LOB-Washington f. Detroit 3. formation; with a 16-6 victory over Dallas.!
Chicago X Philadelphia X New York ft. Away 1i Cleveland 4. WI$"ll\J1oI X 2B-Zbwnt. Hmton. Cim ef. ..


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< I i Cup Races Vaught Won't Admit It A- c't.t -' (st. Emerson Whips



; I Under Way -.. Stolle for TitleBy
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I \ On Tuesday a But 64 Rebs Best Ever 4

WILL GRIMSLEY ThV women's crown was lost

1 By SID MOODY OXFORD, Miss. (AP) You) Great things are also expected on," Vaught said. ""There will Associated Press Sports Writer I For the third straight year to .

'I( AP Newsfeatures Writer 1 couldn't twist his arm hard from.. 20-year-old sophomorecenter be some good teams in our con- FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) I foreign player. Repeater Maria
NEWPORT
1 t Thousands of, tourists R.I. (AP watched) -i enough to get him to admit it,!, named Chuck Hinton. ference who are going to losea It's fun and relaxation for the Bueno of Brazil polished off

I i I !but Mississippi football Coach The 6-2, 240-pound Hinton has few." ; confident Australians and hard I Carole Caldwell Graebner of

yachtsmen and yachtsmen kepi;,I{Johnny Vaught has come up,never played a minute of var-, Mississippi will waste no time work for the'edgy Americans ;Santa Monica, Calif., 6-1, 6-0.

l an uneasy watch on wanderin;; with what may be the best team'\'sity football but already has i in finding out how strong it is. going into the final two-week

I I Hurricane Dora on the eve oi he's ever coached. been drafted by the New York I The Rebels open the season training period for the Davis HeWoniisOlTfllpiCS
the America's
\ Cup races. I Giants and the San Diego Sept. 19 against Memphis Stateat Cup Challenge Round. '
Barring an appearance by the: The most Vaught will say is
Chargers. Folks rate him inHindman's Oxford in what should be one
11} hurricane, America's Constellation .. that he expects to be improved' class on this quiet of the best games of the year. "We'll take it easy for a few

and Britain's Sovereigi over last year, that h'e's three-]campus. "Our first four games will] days swim, play golf and just
{. were due to set sail Tuesday ir I deep at every position and loaf in the sun," the foxy captain
Vaught will have no talk of an really tell the story, Vaughl
4 > the first of a best-of-seven series;would J not be afraid to start any of the Aussies, Harry Hop-
undefeated season, even though: said. "We play them all in the Team BerthNEW
] of races for the ancient trophy,.I man on his first three units. he's a little optimistic about the heat of day, which means that man, said today. "Our boyshave
tennis for a
; Monday's forecast calls for i J I On this team are such stars as coming fall. "College footballhas we'll have to keep all three had enough
while."We'll.. YORK (AP) One
40-knot northeasterly blow, guard Stan Hindman, a 6-foot-3, improved so much-especially units healthy in order to com
. strong enough to cancel racin: Cleveland about thing you have to say about
to
230-pound junior who is as fast in our conference-that pete. get
if it should continue into Tues,. as most of the halfbacks in the undefeated and even oncebeaten "When you have to play in the Thursday. That will be plenty of Gert Grigoleit is that he has
I I plenty of confidence. The 37.
day. Southeastern Conference, and! teams are becoming a thing I heat, depth is the biggest facI time. old
the the hurricanE year tile layer from Sacramento
In event
; should become unwelcomE: Allen Brown, a 6-4, 225-pound I of the past. I tor," he said. After Memphh The Challenge Round7 is Calif., passed up the

the an is to hau I!l senior end who has two of the I "The best teams are going to I State, Ole Miss tangles with scheduled Sept. 25-27, with the 1956 Olympics in Australia,
guest here plan
both of the costly 12-metei[l finest hands in college football.I Ir lose a game or two from now Kentucky S Houston and Florida. United States defending the!figuring that he could earn a

'silver trophy wrested from the 'berth at a later date.
yachts out of the water as \
'

safety Besides precaution.the weather, the bit|:; Upset Parade Starts Fast Calling All Playboys! Australians laide. last year in Ade- doing You don't that find but many Grigoleit athletes felt

question along the waterfront is This is how a good public relations man works. There'sthisPlaj Prospects of keeping the Cup that American citizenship

as it has been since 1851 whei::1 boy golf tournament upcoming at the Diplomat Coun- here don't seem bright. meant more to him at the

the United States first won th< There Bunnies Brenda and Iris of time than a trip to Melbourne.
try Club, Hollywood. are Roy Emerson and Fred Stolle,
trophy, can the potbellied ol! In College Football Play the Miami Playboy Club. There is assistant golf pro Bill the Aussies' two top men, defeated Gert, a rugged 6-4 who tips

cup wrested at long last fron O'Neill. There is this golf cart that hit a bump. Result: One America's best,. Chuck the scales at 210, was born in

America's grip? This will be th sports page picture. The Bunnies will caddy at the Sept. 27, McKinley and Dennis Ralston, Germany and he qualified for
; ,
19th time a challenger fron By HUGH FULLERTON Jr. There's a note of uncertainty whipped Catawba 25-0. event. and played the seventh all- his country's Olympic canoe-

Great Britain, Canada or Australia :- Associated Press Sports Writer in the preparations almost .. Australian men's final in nine,ing squad in the kayak fours.

has tried to win the cup I. College football had its first everywhere in this year of Sunday in the National' "After making the team, the

None has made it yet. upset almost before the 1964 returning platoons and even the Sadair Roman Brother years Tennis Championships. chance arose to come to the
Millions have been spent fo:r season began the UCLA big teams that have been winner of U.S." said Grigoleit Sunday

defense of the cup and million s victory over Pitt, 17-12, last awarded the top places in the Emerson, previous and Wimbledon after he qualified for the kay

more to try and win it, but th Saturday. You can expect more pre-season ratings aren't ex the Australian ak fours on Uncle Sam's
looked almost unbeatable -!
cup has remained thoroughl;V of the same next weekend when empt. crowns, Olympic canoeing team In the
bolted to'a table in the home o f almost everybody gets into thee Candalita Cop Big Races as he smashed his team- windup of the trialsat
the- current possessor th act. That is if anything can be' Coaches who recruited players mate in straight sets 6-4, 6-1, 6- Orchard Beach three-day Lagoon.

New York Yacht Club. called an upset at this stage. I a couple of years ago with 4. I
the .idea they'd have to play By ORLO ROBERTSON ments of last Satuday's horse 820 New Hampshire Sweep- Seixis, the concerned U.S.: "Coming to this country

Associated Press Sports Writer I.racing program as Sadair from stakes at Rockingham Park. captain, ordered his seven-man meant more to me than the

I A pair of 2-year-olds, one a i Mrs. B. Hecht's North Forty The triumph of Sadair, a $10- squad to assemble tonight in Olympics. I figured I could
Lema Picks Up The top ten teams in the Asso- filly and the other a colt, moved I Stable won the $349,925 Arling- 000 yearling purchase, in the Cleveland. Intense practice will make it"again as a citizen of

ciated Press pre-season poll i into title contention with gold-| ton-Washington Futurity at world's richest race gave the be started Tuesday on the clay jibe U.S.

(Firstplace'otes in parentheses ;laden victories and little Roman Arlington Park, Darby Dan's son of Petare-Blue Missy a courts where the matches will Gert, who started paddling as

): Brother sent his owner to the Candalita captured the $102,470 record of five victories, three of be played. I'a Boy Scout when he was 11

I Another $$0,000Lema 1. Mississippi ((20)) 425 I bank with another big payoff. i Matron at Aqueduct and Roman them stakes, and two seconds in Both captains Wst/ name years old guided the Califor.

2. Oklahoma ((15)) 400 These were the top develop- Brother accounted for the $144- eight starts. He earned $134,925to four-man squads Tuesday. The,. nia Kayak Club to a sweep
in the fours aft
boost his bank account to Emerson kayak Sunday
Australians will name ,
By JOE MOOSHIL trailed Venturi by one :3. Illinois ((10)) 368 $198,304 after beating pace- Stolle Newcombe and Tony ernoon as it beat the Wa hing-

Associated Press Sports Writer stroke. Masters champion 4. Texas 242 setting Umbrella Fella by two. Roche., The United States probably ,\ton (D.C.) Canoe Club in 3:-

AKRON, Ohio (AP) Champagne Arnold Palmer arvd PGA winner' 5. Ohio State 205 AFL First Games lengths.The will settle on McKinley 1 I 26.6. !
,
Tony Lema sipped his Bobby Nichols were never in the 6. Alabama 196
(1) ride was a rich one for Ralston, Arthur Ashe, Jr., and, :
favorite drink, stuffed a $30,000 running as Lema fired a 34-34 7. Washington ((1)) 161 Jockey Bill Shoemaker who was. Riessen.
check in his pocket thankfulfor 68 for a 138 total and Venturi 8. Auburn ((1)) 144 named to replace Milo Valenzu. Marty
the breaks which him blew to 38-36 Are SuccessfulBy WE GOT
helped a -74 and 143. 9. Syracuse 143 ela after his scheduled mount,

capture the World Series of Golf Nichols had a 36-3.f-70 Sun- 10. Navy 101 I'm Nashville, was not entered, Liz Elleman .

Sunday.The day for a 147 and Palmer, the On the basis of the usual jockey
British champion MIKE RATHET and hit El Dubenion with a six-, fee of 10 cent of the winner'spurse ; SO BIG
Open pre-tournament favorite, had a per 537
struck; a tree on one shot only to pair of 74s to finish last with both offense and defense now Associated Press Sports Writer yarder in the first quarter Shoe picked up $13,942.As High 011
have the ball carom 100 yards 148. .1 are trying to get set with two of The American i Football, against the Chiefs while Tom second choice to the entry
three to effectively League has opened its fifth Sestak back ; Liz Elleman of South Atlantic 'CAUSE WE
farther down the'middle of the line-ups operate sea- ran an interception 'of Umbrella Fella and Royal .
fairway, and used a blacktop Venturi's share of the $75,000purse under 1964 rules. Any- son with the emphasis on attend- 15 yards for a score and Pete Gunner, Sadair paid $1.40. The Oil Co. paced the Triple Lanes Tumblers :.j CHARGE SO LITTLE
was $15,000 while Nichols thing could happen. ance and the spotlight on Buf- Gogolak kicked two field goals: :: League at Palm i I
walk as a guide to an importantpar and Palmer pocketed $5,000each time for the seven furlongs wa:: with a 537 set on 150-213-174. rent a car fro A1 \
and four
No. 9. He boosted his, extra points. seconds off the
on 1:23 2-5, two !
from The writers and broad- falo.The
a swag which does sports Elma Newman of South Atlantic
,
lead over his nearest rival, U.S. major development of the Romeo Scores track record. .CONO-CAlI
not count in official earnings. casters composing The Associated had 504 and Tob Rut-
a >
Open champion Ken Venturi. I Press football panel four-game program was the The Patriots, defending Eastern In posting her fifth triumph. from
Going into the final round, voted the top places to Mississippi .record crowd of 44,497 as the champions but losers of all I including three stakes, in eight t ledge 486., Bank Mrs. of Elleman's Newberry 213, rolled wasi js.' rsri*

Tampa Bows I and Oklahoma in the New York Jets made an artistic,five exhibition games, moved: outings, favored CandaliU I high Gas Oil Insurance All Included
i annual It and financially successful debutin ahead to stay in the second half'earned $63,680.50 with $6,36i J game. NO DROP CHARGE
pre-season poll. was a :
Sims Beaten close vote for first with Illinois, : Shea Stadium by walloping when Babe Parilli hit Tony, going to Jockey Bobby Usser.. South Atlantic Oil Co. had a I I TO JAX AIRPORT
In Denver 30-6. .. 1418 series and a 497 top game. OFFICE AT MANOR MOTEL
I Opener Texas, Ohio State, Alabama, Romeo with a 19-yard touchdown She paid $3.30.* made the 5-7!
Delores Wheeler
Washington, Auburn, Syracuse The turnout was more, than pass and shot a 72-yarder: Roman Brother, registerini r rj i Phone FR 6-3644

By Rochester: JACKSONVILLE, Ala., CAP) and Navy trailing along to''twice as large as any other ever ito Art Graham. Gino Cappellet.. his fifth victory; all in stakes, ir; split.

I Jacksonville State College's complete the top ten. I to see the, Jets in New York, ti's 48-yard field goal provided! 18 starts this year, staged z
BY TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS alert football team capitalizedon I exceeded the crowds at all but the winning points. mighty stretch surge for a one-

Pennant-winfling Jacksonvilleand two key Tampa University Eight of these teams swing 1 two of the National League's Oakland's .Clem Daniels, he. half length triumph over

found out the bobbles to take an upset 10-8 into action Saturday and it seven openers and: pulled the league rushing champion, was: Knightly Manner in the $144,82
Syracuse
favored victory Saturday night over the ,would hardly be a stunning I II AFL to a record attendance of held to minus one-yard in 14 New Hampshire Sweepstakes. A Financing Plan for Every Need

hard way that being visiting Floridians. I surprise if half of them were fl8,412or i itS opening program. tries by the rugged Patriot. The ride, made in track<
means nothing in the Interna- beaten. Illinois and State '
In both Ohjo First Opening Win defense. record time of 1:55 4-5 for 1 3-l
cases, a mishandledsnap
tional League playoffs. i are safe because they don't play Houston quarterback miles, jockey Fernando
from center on a fourth Elsewhere... Buffalo's Bil I George: gave :
beaten in until a week later. completed 29 Alvarez a $9,413 pay day as
,
Both teams were down situation led to a score won an opener tor the first time Blanda passes -
action the 13 to.rookie Sid Blanks, who tied I Roman Brother. earned $94,133
Sunday night's as jy the Jacksonville State The UCLA-Pitt game, scheduled in their history by .crushing
Duke Carmel's bases loaded Gamecocks, who then turned early to give the national Kansas City 34-17, the Boston, the league record for receptions. for Louis Wolfson's Harbor

doubles paced Buffalo past Syracuse -matters over to a fierce defensive -television audience a preview of Patriots edged Oakland 17-14 as;; Blanks gained 131 yards;. View Farm. It also boosted the

5-3 and Rochester bang- unit to hold the lead. what) to come, proved a good Billy Cannon played a secondary,!on thfe passes and added another little coWs bank account for the

ed out 16 hits to stop Jacksonville In the first indicator. Pitt was favored:role for'the Raiders and the defending -53 yards rushing. year to $398,675. .
quarter
11 3. Tampa of last champion San II
punter Kevin Hunt was unable!mostly. because year'sNo. Diego ,
Craig Anderson went all the to handle a high snap from, 4 rating and a fine quarter- Chargers defeated the Houston. -

way for Buffalo to win on a center on fourth down and fell back, Fred Mazurek. But the Oilers 27-21. ,
seven-hit effort. Ironically, Buffalo -on the ball on Tampa's seven- UCL quarterback Larry Zeno, The Jets got the job done) _

which finished third be- yard line. Jacksonville State got more help, more points and early against the Broncos. Bill
the more headlines than Mazurek.In Baird intercepted'a 'Jacky Lee
hind the Chiefs in pennant took over and shortly after ..

race, had won only seven of wards Doug Wheeler raced other last Satur passion the second play from '
22 games against Syracuse this across from the 4. brief gameston Houston scrimmage, retuwd 24 ar3sto Smooth
day's program the ft) and three pjjys later
year. In the third quarter, Jacksonville tuned up for its coming jcontestj I ; :
-: New York had 'a toudhdpwn on
Rochester, which didn't win State made it 10 0 with Auburn by stomping Trinity -'Dick Wood's 16-yard touiiidawn Smoking
a playoff berth until the final when Wheeler booted \ of Texai 3-1-7. Furman, a1 1
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Monday, September_ 1964, __ oamesrme. aim s

Drama at the Berlin Wall -- I


I j = THE OBSERVER By Resell Baker .,

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BERLIN- AP .
( ) A German
his pistol but admitted it wa
immigrant now in the u.s. out of its holster.
Army braved East German GI Faces E. German
The East Germans again re Use Your
I ed bullets Sunday to help a wound. treated. As Puhl covered Meyer ,, Influence?

refugee escape over the Bullets two West Berliners got a .
Berlin wall. to
Help Escapeeto stepladder and wire cutters. t'o

Spec. 4 Hans Puhl, 22, was the Firemen brought a rope and ,

hero of a 40-minute battle at! Puhl dropped it to the woundedman. I -

k dawn during which West Berlin drag him away, but PuhI -. apartment house. Two East NtlU 1l1rk HttttSWASHINGTON the only thing on sale at the In any case, the National'box s Both are bad choices. One tips

J\, police and East German Com covered by Western; p'lice -. 3ermans succeeded in reaching I "We got the rope on him and Well, Zero box office was standing room. office was bare. The part;'f off the lobbyist that S pi vis

,; munist guards fired dozens of morched to the wall and ordered .. Meyer again. One began pulling pulled him across," Puhl said. Mostel was here in a new play Somebody should do a treatiseon who wanted to see Zero said: lacks the influence to get tickets

shots at each other. No one was the Eas Germans back. the refugee, and the other pointed "He passed out when we got last week and the critics saidit the role of the box office in "Use your influence." S hi i e through a senator, which hurts

: killed, but it was the longest At a news conference, Pub] a pisol at Pub him over." was great and right away the I American life. wasn't even a very sophistical;- his business status, and if the

fignt since the wall was put up said: he was riding aong the "The American pulled his'own Helping Pub were two West tickets all disappeared from the The research should also em- ed party, which shows how ba<:I l bell captain won't help, Spivis

three years ago. Western side of the wall in pistol from the holster, aimed at Berliners and an unidentifiedU.S. box office of the National The- brace the headwaiter and the the ticket situation is getting ti J probably goes back home crushed -

Lying m the middle of the the Kreuzbe-g Dst; 'ict on a the East German and said in Army sergeant. ater.It. hotel room clerk. The box office be. Ten years ago, most peo- by the knowledge that he

fray, on the Communist side of routine pa'rcl with a West German: 'Dro him and get Five bullets hit Meyer. He was obviously a waste of never has tickets, the headwaiter pie would ,have taken the bo:C hasn't enough influence to sway

the wall, was Michael Meyer, Berlin policem and arrived at away from here,' a witness was reported recovering from time to go down there and ask I never has a table, and office's word for it when tolc i flunkeys.

I 21, from the East German town the scene just after Meyer had said.PuhI wounds in the thigh and should for three in the orchestra be- the room clerk never has a that there were no seats left. What's worse, failure means

of Fredersdorf. Commun'stbu been shot. denied he had pointed er.Universities. Nowadays even unsophisticated that he
I cause everybody knows that room. Oh, there are exceptions.The has to go back to the
I cts brought! him down as he I The Amercan! dashed to the within 10 minutes after the crit- box office can turn up two females know better. Wha't woman who ordered him tot

tried to scramble over the wall second story cf a nearby apart. ics say a play is great the box on the asile for a wellpannedretread actually happens is this: Wher "use your influence" and admit
to West BerJn.Communist; .
ment house for a view of the Need office will be occupied by a per- of "The Desert Song. there is a successful play or i t that he doesn't have any. Men

guards then tried other side of the wall. snickety lady sitting there open- and the room clerk can usually Iput big game all the tickets leavE have been divorced for less. Everybody -

NOTICE THE TO COURT CREDITORSIN OF THE COUNT He spotted the young man on ing envelopes and telling you you next-door to the elevator the box office and go to a place t knows of two or three

JURGE.FLORIDA ALACHUA STATUTESIN COUNTY the ground. that the only thing left is stand if all the excitement is in the to which only people with influence .. marriages that ended after

PROBATE.IN "Two East German guardswere Financial ing room. next two, but these are all instances are admitted. husbands failed to qualify for

NORMAN RE: ESTATE DE VAUX OF pulling on him," he said. HelpBy Sure enough, there she was. of box office, headwaiter Money is not enough to possess ... tickets to "My Fair Lady."

To Deceased.All Creditors and Persons Having "I pointed my rifle at them and slitting envelopes. Sure enough, I and room-clerk failure. these. tickets. ; .the. buyer. There is a way out of the '

Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: told them to let him go. PAUL WILLS enrollments and other advances, must estaoiisn mat ne is important -ticket nightmare: influ e n c c
You and each of you are hereby notIfied enough to deserve them..
and required to present IIny claims "When they did not let him TALLAHA SSE E AP-The: the Board of Control reports.Dr. ratings. An organization similar
and demands which or either of 'The Is Now comes the hard part, a I
you.
to Dun &
go, I threw a tar gas grenade 1965 Rogue' EnjoyableFirst Bradstreet would assign -
Legislature i
you. may have against the estate of must g v e J. Broward Culpepper, ex time of testing that can leave a I
Norman de Vaux. deceased late of said across the wall in the hope that more financial help to Florida's. ecutive director of the board influence ratings to every
County to the County Judge of Alachu man scarred for days after
County Florida at his office in the they would stop bothering the universities because of record said the state universities now body who fancies himself any.
court. house of said County *t Gaineville. refugee and they did." Taste of New ShowsBy wards. He can phone the man- body. A rating of 1 would go to
Florida within six calendar months were experiencing their heav-
from the time of the first uiblicatio Puhl then ran back to the agement and submit his credentials -the President, his Cabinet, senators -

of shall this be notice.In writing Each and claim shall or state demand the wall, gave his rifle to a West iest growth and expansion and CYNTHIA LOWRY dull talk about the show. In wiich can be pretty humiliating industrialists who serve on

place of residence and post office address Berlin policeman and pulled out Things the momentum would be lost NEW YORK (AP) "The between there were brief periods if he is, say, J. J. Spi- the advisory committees in political -
of the claimant, and shall be sworn unless adequate support is.: .f
to by the claimant, his agent, his attorney ]his pistol. Rogues" arrived Sunday night, of singing and dancing vis, rocket parts dealer of campaigns, people who

,not and so filed any shall such be void.claim or demand "Two West Berliners boostedme provided. courtesy of NBC, and if the first mostly by stars who do some- Steamboat Springs, Colo., mem- have made the cover of Time,

., Myrtle de Vaux ReynoldsAs up," he continued, "so that I Preliminary reports from the :show of this new television thing else for a living. her of the Diner's Club and val- Bobby Baker, prominent television
executrix of the Last Will and state universities indicate total ; I edictorian of his school 1
high
Testament of I eould see across the wall and I series is typical, this 'season's emcees, "names" like

First publication NORMAN i DC August VAUX 24.deceased 1964 called to the refugee not to enrollment this fall will pass ;Sunday night schedules have "The Miss America Pageant"on class. Zsa Zsa Gabor, Toots Shor, Sta

-(3569) 8:24. 31; 9.7 14LE&AL I move and that we were going to the predicted 38,000 mark and ;received a needed tonic. CBS Saturday night proved His other options, which: are nislas Radziwill.

NOTICE I cut: the wire (on of the that some overcrowding is be- even worse, are to test his influence The
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS PROJECT top The show was sheer romantic as usual, to be intriguing and hierarchy might extend
: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MUNICIPAL -1 wall)." ing experienced in the older with a business acquaintance -down
BUILDING I lonsense, played for fun and I exhausting for home viewers. to a 10 rating, which could

1. Sealed bids will be received by thKeystone When Puhl peered over the institutions. This total compared I tappily reminiscent of those There was the dreary, draggedout in the armaments lobby take in relief pitchers on pennant .

City Hall I. Heights Keystone City Heights.Council Florida at the until 1 wall, the Communists opened o with 33,348 last year. c leek, amusing films starring entertainment, the heavy- here, or to ask a bell captainto contenders, failed politicians -

7:30 22. 1944.o'clock P.M.. Tuesday. September J rire, hitting the upper edge of While final figures won't be ;i William Powell or Cary Grant a ,handed humor and the full refer him to a good scalper. like Carmine de Sapio, last

2. The information for Bidders. Form t the wall and showering him available for several days, the J few: yeareOjack. descriptions of the contest and year's Miss America, etc. Notices -
of Bid. Form of Contract, Plans Spedfications -
and Forms of Bid Bond and 1 with concrete fragments.West indicated maximum enrollmentin In the\ premiere episode, the girls. He Digs for a hit show, a World

Performance the City Bond Hall. may Keystone be examinedIn Heights. Berlin police returned round figures will be: Univer-I David Niven, who can play an The interest is in looking at Series, a Giants game would

Florida I or_from_.the office _of .Don _R. I the fire from windows of the sity of Florida -15,500; Florida t arbane international swindler the girls and the fun is in being then specify who was eligible
rnIIeT. i-. U. Dos a/. -
Morgan. i.ey
stone HieghH. Florida. TO NOTICE OF SALE State University12,000; University i with the best of them, smoothly the judge. It's a show impossible -I For Relics for tickets. "This show for number -
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
PLAN PROCUREMENT AND CONTRACT DOCUMEN r You are hereby notified that: the following : of South Florida 6,500; 4 extracted a million dollars from to turn off once you start > 1 to 4 influence only," or

3. One set of plans and contract documents motor vehicle: 1959 Ford Galaxu Florida A. and M. University ,in unscrupulous shipping watching.It "Sorry influence
will be furnished to General Con H9AS136152 will be sold at public sale mag-- III ratings 1, 9
tractors upon receipt of plan deposits I at 3 o'clock on the 21st day of Sep- You 3,000 and Florida Atlantic University I late. Then he turned it over seemed to this veteran Miss GarbageBLETCHLEY and 10, but bleacher tickets only
as follows tember. 1964 at 608 Reid Street. Palai
(25.00) Twenty Five Dollars and any, ka. Florida. The proceeds of the sale 1,500.Figures I Dromptly to the father of a America-watcher that the final. are available for today's game.'
unsuccessful General Contractor. uponreturning will be applied first to the payment of 1 jeautiful in distress who ists this showed much! England (AP)
year
to Architect's Office the plan I the costs of retaking storing and sale compiled by the lady It's a pipe dream, of course.
and contract documents complete andIn of publication said motor of notice vehicle of sale and the and cost then of fo Board of Control show there is 1 lad been bankrupted by the more professional talent than in I- Dick Griffiths dumps garbage -The reality is hearing her ask,
good condition within five (5) day I
after receipt of bids, will be refundedthe I the satisfaction of the balance due under a steady increase in the number -S hipping: czar. other Septembers. An enormous I on the municipal rubbish "Did you get tickets to Z era
deposit in full. the contract with Philips Brothers, What the guardians of televi- improvement was the abolitionof heap during the day and at "
Mostel? and
4. If General Contractors request a second Inc. Palatka. Florida. covering the financng of high school graduates in ansering, "No.

the deposit set of plans will be and Contract Document I of be said paid motor to you vehicle.and you Any will surpluswill remain Florida, and a higher percentS;:ion's morals will make of the that terrible final quiz period night goes back there to dig for And her asking, "didn't you use

(15.00) Fifteen :Dollars and If these liable for any balance remaining of them is entering institutions -S eries': basic format, heaven in favor of a less formal inter- archeological treasure. your influence?" and answering,
unpaid under said contract. age
turned plans and complete contract and documents In good condition are re I Commercial Credit Corporation of higher learning. nows.: Niven and his costars, view. It would be even better if Dick is a dustman -Britishfor "I was afraid I'd find out that

within five (5) days after receipt of I T.P. O.U RENNER Box 51 harles: Boyer and Gig Young, they skipped the whole thing. In garbage collector for the I don't have any."
bids the refund will be: Gainesville. Florida Biggest pressures facing the vill fact it would be if
(S) Five DolarsS. v play charming, well- great they Bletchley Urban Council. He's
for plans and contract documents (36)>) 9:14 universities is providing sufficient c iressed[ wryly humorous crooks would chop it into a 60-minute also a keen amateur archaeologist.
to Sub-Contractors, Vendors etc. the deposit NOTICE TO CREDITORS
will be: FLORIDA STATUTESIn classroom space and high v vho really are good guys at show. .
(IS.00) Fifteen Dollars and If those the Court of the County Judge quality faculty. Enrollm e n t, t.icart. Obviously in this setting He has made several discov-
plans and contract documents are returned Alachua County, Florida In Pro ball. 135
within complete five (5)and days in after good receipt condition In rt: Estate of public and private, is expected c rime: will have to pay you Recommended tonight: "Voy- eries in the garbage dump, ciiiii: 79

of bids.. the refund will be; SAM a-k-a MICHAELS Samuel Michaels. Deceased. No Longer to climb from approximately c an't: haul the heroes off to jailt age to the Bottom of the Sea," which has the poetic name of
(Si 00) Five Dollars.
6. Separate sheets or drawings or pagesof To All Creditor and Person having 101,000 last fall to 218,000 by a the end of every episode.It premiere, ABC, 7:30-8 EDT Saffron Gardens.A I A DEVILISH DISSECTION OF

follows specifications(no refunds may) be purchased as Claims or Demands Against Said E- 1970. was all good fun and it was action-adventure in an atom display case in the town I MAN THAT HAS HUMOR.

Drawings Specifications. .... .. 10. .per 11.00 page per sheet state You: and each of you are hereby notified "Unless the state plans wise-lice, at long last, to see a come- powered submarine; "No Timeor library is filled with Griffith's I SUSPENSE DASH: OF AND EVIL!A

7. Attention of bidders Is particularlycalled and required to present any claims Iy and meets the demands now d y-drama inhabited by attrac- .( Sergeants," ABC, premiere, findingspottery dating back:I tOHIT CaOSt.iI.a f fuel
and demands which either of I
you. or
to the requirements as to condi-
tions of employment to be observedand you. may have against the estate ot facing it, there may be a s tj ive, well-adjusted well-dressed 8:30-9-comedy about a hillbilly 2,000 years, an ancient skeleton 1
minimum wiage rates to be paid Sam Michaels. deceased late of said to 25,000 qualified P>eople in an old time lavish :in the Air Force; "Wendy and II KNIFE IN
under the contract. County to the County Judge of Ala- many as 17,000 and the like.Actually .
"
8. The Owner reserves the right to hua County Florida at his of I ice In people each by 11,lonte Carlo setting. ME I ABC, premiere, 9-9:30: Saffron
waive toy Informalities or to reiect any the courthouse of said County at Gainesville young year I Connie Stevens and Gardens I THEWATER
or all bids. I Florida within six calendar 1970 who desire to attend college George only recently became a rubbish II .
*. Each bidder must deposit with his; months from the time of the fst pub- ABC took an hour Sunday :Burns in a situation comedy;
bid. security in the amount from and cation of this notice. Each claim or in Florida who will have dump. The others got filled up.
subject to the conditions provided In demand shall be in writing end shall Dr. n ight to publicize its new fall liThe Bing Crosby Show, ABC, In '
to Culpepper hours Dick collects
the Information for Bidders. [10 place go, daytime
state the place of residence and post 9:30-10
hedule thin
s[: in the extremely I premiere, : comedy "
10. No bidder withdraw his bid
may office address of the claimant. and shall his garbage and like dustmen
within thirty (30) days alter the actual be sworn to by the claimant. his agent. Need aid.To d isguise of an entertainment series with Bing playing a I Directed by Roman PolansKI
date of the opening thereof. his attorney. and any such claim or prepare to meet the demands twoI I empties his gatherings on Saffron A .....___.I TO MtMNWMM
married
loaded in film I engineer with
Signed M. L. Beasley demand not so filed shall be void. Sl pecial. They I
Mayor BETTY MICHAELSAs in the 10 years ahead, Gardens knowing full
c.lips, movie trailers and lots of c daughters.:
Keystone Heights Florida Executrix of the last Will well that in the
he
mustgo
evening
staf .f
\ (3595) ':1. 14NOTICE and Testament of Sam Michaels. the Board of Control -
TO CREDITORS deceased with the help of outside consultants back there for his diggings.

THE FLORIDA COURT OF STATUTESIN THE COUNTY TO First: JAMES publication R. PIERCE August 31. 1964. has drawn up a pro- Professor's Only Garbage "The council has now almost

JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA. 3580) <:31; 9:1. 14. 21 posed master plan ;which will totally destroyed the site" said -
IN PROBATE.In IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
rr: Esate of ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA IN provide a blue print of the number Dick ruefully, "but I shall fight I OILBURNER

ESSIE Deceased.To M. McCULLOUGH. CHANCERY NORTH SIDE No.SAVINGS 12049 DIVISION BANK. and type of degreegranting Collector With MA Degreecause to the end. The rubbish is driving -I

All Creditors and Persons Having back further and
a corporation. institutions to be built to me further I:
Claims or Demands Against Said Estate Plaintiff.
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You and each of you are hereby notified .vs" 1975. Details of the mast e r By ROY A. WHITCOMB Jr. they are connected by a :and at times it seems hopeless. SERVICE
and required to present any claims LEON E. TERRELL and DARLENE
and demands which you. or either r' you. A. TERRELL his wife and TROY J. plan will !>announced. .at a Portland Evening Express wooden trestle. But what can I do? I have a :
may have against the estate of ESSIEM. BREEDLOVE and JOAM BREEDLOVE. I wife and three children and I'
of the boara wan a
McCULLOUGH. deceased I lite of said his wife. meeting YARMOUTH, Maine (AP) Several years ago a bridgewas
County to the County Judge of Alachua Defendants. committee in Gaines. I lave to do my job."
County, Florida at his office in the court NOTICE Of SUIT Or Use legislative Augustus F. Jones, 64, looks likea built linking Cousins to the
house of said County at Gainesville.! Flor. THE STATE OF FLORIDATO ville next Friday. garbage collector to at least mainland and that, to Jones, A municipal spokesman said

Ida.time within of the six first calendar publication months of t'cm this the no- : JOAM TROY BREEDLOVE.J. BREEDLOVE his and wile "The state now has imple 50 families on Littlejohn's and "was the beginning of the end of 1 lhe city was forced to use Saf--

tic*. Each claim or demand wall be in Residence Unknown J iron Gardens as a rubbish dump
almost all of the recom Cousins islands. that
mented everything was quaint
writing and shall state the place of resIdence YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that I
and post office address of the suit has been filed against you In the 44 mendations made in 1956 by the But to scores of students and about the islands." :is there was nowhere else at
claimant. and shall be sworn lo by the and required tofile
I claimant: his agent. his attorney, and above I your cause answer with you the are Cierk of this council for the study of higher the faculty at Dean Junior A Harvard College graduatewith I the.: moment.
any such claim or demand not so filed Court and to serve a copy the'Mf upon
in Florida and thereis in. Franklin Mass. master's from
snail be void. the plaintiff or Its attorneys. Mahoney education College a degree :

As DORIS administratrix M. DRIGGERS.of the Estate of ,adlow.National. Chambers Bank Building.and Adams.Jacksonville Barnett 2. need for effective planning Jones looks and acts like a Boston University, Prof. Jones SUBURBIA

ESSIE M. McCULLOUGH. deceased Florida. not later than Sept. 29 I
Clayton. Arnow. Duncan & Johnston
If you tail so to do. a Decree Pro Con- direction from this he's both. Nine months labor well mental
as :
Attorneys for Petitioner fesso will be entered against you for the a physical as repairs call
U94) s.7.: 14. 21. 21 relief demanded in the Comp'amt.' Thissuit said. i us soonat
point, Dr. Culpepper year he brings oil to the lampsof labor.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN Is to foreclose a mortgage The SHOWTIME 7:30F
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA real property proceeded against is. The board's executive direc- learning, and he went back to cOne isn't necessary without:
Lot Four (4) of Hardee Heights: as per FR 68866You'll
that life last The the other he said "and if
IN RE replat thereof as recorded in Plat tor said more progress had Wednesday. one

ESTATE OFMARY C. KOHN. Deceased. Book of"E-Alachua, page County.52 of the Florida.pt-b'lc records Sell Fast been made in meeting the needsof other three months he takes wet bothers to think about it, societyis F

NOTICE TO CREDITORSALL Together with all structures and improvements higher education in Florida and dry waste off the islands to made up of people who must save trouble. .
CREDITORS of the Eita'a of Mary now and herearer on said
C. Kohn. deceased arc hereof notified land. and fixtures attached thereto; during the past four years thanin a pigsty and dump. perform menial tasks as well as
and required to file any claims or demands also all gas. steam electric water, period in Prof. Jones is rather proud of mental ones in order to keep it. money, too.
and other heating. cooking comparable
which they may have acaintt said refrigerating any
Estate in the Office of the County Judge. lighting. plumbing. ventilating his ability to turn a hand in the moving. '1
Alachua County. Florida in the Courthouse irrigating and power systems with history. :
in Gainesville. Florida. within six machines. appliances. fixtures and During the past year the sanitation trade. "1 guess that's one reason We can also solve
U) calendar months from the date of appurtenances which now a myself
the first publication of this Notice. be under author
Each hereafter pertain to. or used with. Board of Control I fuel oil
claim or demand must be in writing In. or on said premises. ven though mers for more years than I care one of the few if not the only: 'w URSULA AXRESS your needs
and must state the place or residenceor they be detached or detachable. izations of the 1963 Legislature s
post office address of the claimant 'WITNESS my hand and the seat of this Person began setting up universities at to count, he said. "It's sort ofa garbage collectors with a i imaster's ? 4 JOHN DEREK with high I quality
and rrust be sworn to by tr* claim I Court at Gainesville. Florida this 2ith mission with me. Somebody'sgot 1
ant his agent or his attorney cr it will day of August. A.D. 1964. Pensacola and Orlando.A degree. ALDORAT
teconvoid according to law. J. B. CARMICHAEL Clerk to keep the island clean and Phillips 66 products.
',64-DATED this 31st day of Ausist A.D. By Deputy Emily Clerk Waterhousc 1,000 acre tract eight miles if the rubbish isn't collected 4.' ARTHUR O'COHNEll

(Si! 0. G. KOHN. (Court Seal) northeast of Pensacola has been regularly it becomes a problem.
(Seal (A copy of the Complaint filed herein 1s to
Administrator of the Estate attached to the copy of this notice selected as the site for the University "Some solved it by buying it. 2ND FEATURE
of Mary C. Kohn. Decease I which Is mailed *o each defendant for of West Florida which W
FAGAN. CROUCH & ANDERSON whom a residence more specttc than a But a lot of others would just DIVI. TNWRZI GIRL SWAPPERS
III Southeast First Street I state or country was given m tr* sworn will open to an estimated 1,500 start small dumps all over the Jt -a. e.at GEORGE CHAKIRIS
Genesvtl. Florida I statement filed herein by the plaintiff
Attorneys for Administrator his agent or attorney. PersonWANT students in 1967. The Board of place. Not neat at all, and not NOW! 3 SMASH HITS! THOMAS OIL
!3Jit' t 7..2:I 3571) I:31. *.?, 14. 21
Control has accepted a 1.220-
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"4 acre site about 12 miles northeast Jones' interest In the Islands 7:15 COMPANYIFIIIETIr
of Orlando for a still unnamed STARTS WEDNESDAY
started 40 years ago. As a sum- THE EVIL OFFRANKENSTEIN ;

university. mer resident be became activein

MNEYJust [ : Off-Campus programs of the the Village Corporation that
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state university S-stem have ,ran things on both islands beaeae ANGIE DICKINSONTHE

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tell us how much Cash I 24 I Cask I 24 I others to work toward advanced II'.a .....,..... 'ad 10:30
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bills for home improvements Payw.eats1 \time.DINING. BYE BYE BIRDIE
i car repairs $18500 $11.00 $_28.00 $25.00 I '
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DEAR ABBY BI6 I D LIKE tOORI.D CAN Aa 5 USE A THE CNLCl( TROUBLE (IS THAT AWBcICOOLDBcA(
MAST OF THEM TURN COT '
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SINCERE FAlSE
Ey I T A FEW 600D PKOP1Efs.{ : PI OPNE: ?
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DEAR ABBY: I am 12 years old and have had eight dogsin fused. I dread the thought of spending my few remainingyears 'SQUEEZESTW SAD BUT AFTER A WHILE;rr

my lifetime, one at a time. The trouble is that something alone. (We are both over 60, retired, and have no children HEAD rTSMSSVELLaCAVAN'WHEN / I It. COULD GITOMVORE
always happens to them when they are puppies. They either .) He wants to give me half of everything he has and ,, DUMO WHY THIS LIT-TWO VO'SQUEEZES'l-I' : .. NERVES

run away get hit by a car, bite somebody and we haveto then to get out of my sight. Should I give it to him? Please ;1 HEflDED> HUMTT-Ey-BWNJKLEV' .,, CHEERFUL ONE 1T SAYSWfLLc .
DOLL >
; IS SO VALQOBLE- CH&AH ADMITS THAT
get rid of them or they get sick and die. I dearly answer in the paper as I do not want a reply coming ; M

love dogs, Abby and you once said that you thought every here. Thank you.
boy should have one, but my father says I can't have DILEMMA

another one. How can I convince him to let me have an- DEAR DILEMMA: Give him the legal separation.
other dog? *
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UNLUCKY WITH DOGS DEAR ABBY: The letter signed "Good Daughter," whose ,- I S\
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aging mother drove her crazy, could have been written by V 1
DEAR UNLUCKY: The eight dogs you've had were also me. My mother had a stroke and became cantankerous and : I 1 Q.C ft

unlucky. However, there's more to owning a dog, trainingit demanding in her old age. She would call me sometimes 4'P' /
and protecting it than just "luck. I agree with jour twenty times a day to tell me the same thing. I would -

father. Before jon try to convince him to get another dog, become annoyed and even impatient with her. I realize now L I PH. T
get some instructions on the care and training of dogs that her memory was poor and she had no conceptionof I.

from your local S.P.C.A. or a veterinarian. tune, poor darling.
Mother passed away last July and now I would welcome + /I SHORE DID"I I'LL GO FETCH t

DEAR ABBY: When we were married 30 years ago, my just one phone call from her. I have a lovely family but, :' DIDVE{ I I'M COLD AS TH'FOOT WARMER
husband told me of a blot on his past. He said he feared Abby-no one on earth can take the place of a mother. I H HOLLER V A FROG: HONEPOT- Q

someone else might tell me if he didn't. He made me prom- Please tell all those "good daughters" who complain be- PER ME se 1 1 .

ise never to repeat it. Several years ago while visiting his cause their aging mothers take up so much of their time, PAW?

relatives I got so sick of hearing them praise him to the that before they know it they will have plenty of lonely

skies that I revealed what he had told me in order to shock hours to themselves, as nothing is forever. _
them. Naturally, my husband found out about it. Since that MISSING MAMA
time he has treated me like a housekeeper and nothing iI

more. He told me he never could t love, respect or trust me CONFIDENTIAL TO MICKY IN MANHATTAN: Write that

again. He asked for a legal separation. No divorce., I re letter. But don't mail it. JZ: ;


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There is no East Side from the West "That's where the Pops Orchestra in New York, Bobby. You eat I,_' CITY OF AIAWNAY A 813 STATE PEOPLE TD LEARN AS? INDISTANT ARE G M''ti y T5 I LC;k f P'' zs
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have a tough time for O R: A* WE FLY INTOPITT55UKH -LK! A CiSANTJC HELP A FRIENDLY, AVAHNAVTH
running "Hey, that's a good idea," "There is no Pops Orchestrain YOJ A'10' ,,K-UP1 m COL'STW If SA.ME .
Senator from New York state. Mr. Kennedy agrees. New York, Bobby. It's called "Are they anything like baked CAM SEE HOW .. K'ERfi ASKED,i SUBJECT Sys ", fj i
There are so many thngs: he the beans?" z 1T5 GOLDEN IS I UNOER .
will have to learn in such a He studies the map for a few Philharmonic. TatansL_... D1scISSlorf,. 'r ,
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moments. "Where's the Common "I'll be darned. "No Bobby. A bagei is a
short
span of time. ?" "When do I start eating baked hard roll. I think that's enoughfor

We can just imagine what Is "There beans?" Mr. Kennedy asks. today. We'll work on West-
is no Common I n r l _r
going on at a Kennedy strategy New York" Mr. Smith "You don't eat baked beans Chester tomorrow."
ex.
meeting at this very memento
plains. 0\er here is Central
The Kennedy campaign group Park." ... ..c tr 'S l

is gathered around a large map "I got it. Is that In
of New briefing York Mr.and Kennedy.Stephen Smithis Red Sox play?" where the Today History

"They're not called the Red
"Now, Bobby he says us- Sox, Bobby. They're called the By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS William McKinley died from
ing a pointer, "this is the Hud Yankees" Mr. Smith I Today is Monday Sept 14, the wounds he received from an .>r

son River over here and this is "And they play at Yankee says. 258th day of 1964. There are 108 anarchist's revolver on Sept. 6.
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the East River. Yawn t3Ea. 1 s y s -
days left in the Theodore Roosevelt became the I
Stadium. year. I Il;1
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"Say that would make Manhattan "The New York Bets, whichis Today's highlight in history: 26th president of the l'nited r y rt
an island then, wouldn't States. '
the other baseball team, On this date in 1901 President
it?
Mr.
Kennedy sa's. play at Shea Stadium" Mr. On this date:

"Exactly, but you must remember Smith adds. In 1778 Benjamin Franklinwas I I

New York City has "You mean New York's got Dog ShowPostponed sent to France as American I
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four other boroughs.1I"I two baseball teams?" minister plenipotentiaryIn I t

think I know them.There's "That's correct," Mr. Smith 1940 Congress passed the t!

the Bronx, Brooklyn says, "and from now on you'll Selective Service and Training I;
Queens and ." be rooting for both of them." The annual Boys Club Ken- Act. |:

"It's another island. I "Fair enough. Clue me in on L-Ration Kids Dog Show origi- In 1943, Gen. Douglas Mac, '.111.
"Let me concentrate. I did I football."
for 12 has
nally scheduled Sept Arthur announced that American I
know ft. "In New York City we have been rescheduled for September Australian forces had
"It starts with S," Mr. Smithsa'J. Columbia captured .
University. 25 at 1:30 p.m. due to water the air-naval base of Sala- y- -
"I know Columbia" Mr. damage caused by the he8\')' New Guinea.
"I've got it! Staten Island Kennedy "Harvard maua. TMJC.AW T THAT.TwAr'5 KGHT f THEN 1CNI6WT KENO 6AVE'X .X30OOT7OPJOC
usedto
Mr. says. rains. Ten years ago-Fne Chinese I ... IS THAT GARY tit5r NOw HES M Ei : uaTENANT- WAS ME ME ORPERS 10 HIM CPS. HELP jAE UE Ji'E AN1
Kennedy
says, kill them in football. anti-Communists, former prisoners ,-' Cw ma F a E? PJr O i! ANU FRANKIE PJJ.A"'E we YttNT 10 WS HO.-- '

"Very good. Mr. Smith "Try not to mention that if Boys and girls may still pick I of war of the Unicd Nations WHO BEAT 1.1' A'fE M NE.GOf 1.5 !D6 EADT
: says."What's. their blanks at the E -
Bobby. up entry
you can .
in North Korea, arrived in I ,
that land mass over "I get you. What's that long ,Boys Club. Publix Supermarket -New York on a three-month : J / -
there on the other side of the cape sticking out there* or the elementary schools. world

Hudson I "That's not a cape. It's Long Dogs may be entered in anyone Five tour.years ago Princess j t ? : :: : T '

"That's New Jersey. We 'Island[ and there are a lot of I or more of the following classes: Beatrix of the Netherlands I _
wasa
don't have to worry abou that votes out there.*' Best Large Dog & Master Best _
luncheon
guest of Presidentand
place. I "Long' Island. That's a funny Trick Dog Best Small Dog &t Mrs. Dwight D. Ebenhc':fer :, v _
"It looks easier" to get t to than name for a cape." Master Best Costumed Dog and at the White House. ;

taten Island, Mr. Kennedy I "Now, let's talk about some Best Groomed Dog (Long Haired One year ago--Quintuplets -::

ays. of the cultural aspects o! the Dogs Only). Dogs entered in four girls and a boy-were born II
"Well forget about it. Thisis :city. This is Lincoln Center the
smallest dog class must be to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fischer|fin
Fifth Avenue. It divides the ,Mr. Smith
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1 In Memoriam .tw I":Think 30.Term in

2 Card of Thanks 6. Source of office TIRADE R E L

State Meet I Lost & FoundPeraonallzed e O cocaine. 33.flat fish E M A E A WAS P

4 Services 10.Frightens 34.Consecrate S. T A R O B T E E

Alacftua County commissioners YOU 5 Travel Information 11.Thrre36..Narrow E L M D E R I Y E
Special Notices banded inlet
and assistants, along with 7 Florists armadillo 37. She fled A M L a P M O T E L

officials from Florida's other I Baby Sitters Child Caret .r 13. Flower over the ice S A T S I M E t. u R E

66 counties, convene in Clear- Places To Go And pans Worships u M 1 V 0 Eat. O A R

water today for the 35th anniversary ANY OF THESE Things To SeeAUTOMOTIVE 14. Flat cap 40.Fr.portrait R E C A N T h D E L S

convention of the State 15. Fourth painter
caliph 41.Mother or (Solution To Sunday's Puzzle)
Association of County Commis- father .
J 76 Airplane Sales-Rentals 16. Sever

sioners. 71 Trucks for Sale 18.Goddess of 42.Unusual 4. S".edi5h8..Jcw tt'a
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The convention runs t h rough THINGS I TO SELL? 7* Trucks Wanted r sdxr. fate 43.Gives forth masculine weight

Wednesday. The commissioners 50 Tractors & Truck Rentals 20. Reduce DOWN name 9.Mountain,.

4 will not hold their regular meet 12 Trailer Rentals taxes 1.Large 5.Two- crest

13 Motorcycles & Scooter 21.Platfol'Dspotted cat wheeledchariot 10. Reaches
ing Tuesday.One Watery 2.Green
14 Automobile Repairs across
program highlight involving They'll Bring You Extra Cash U Automobiles for Salt 24. Ballad crust 12. Dined

Alachua County is a panel 51 Swap Cars -- 26.Perianth 3.The 6.Night dub 17. Church
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I Mental Health Between Programs.CountyState" Rugs I11 \ (7I/ : : rrrrrrr 22.19.0newha tortures Teach j

Taking part will be Sidney Guns II Schools It Instruction : 10 1/ IL 25.Century .

Martin, Alachua County com If Music. Dancing + rD.i3 - 21. small ,V"
20 Wanted-Instruction ..... IS /fJS'
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EMPLOYMENT .
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Dr. Lou Cohen, clinical psychologist Boats 11 Female Help Wanted ... .. 20 29.Smallest / .

at the J. Hillis Miller 12 Male Help Wanted 805 1& Ifz amount

Tents 30. Pert.to
Health Center, University of 13 Help.-Mall or Female =I tJ "// '/.r '//

Florida Sheriff Joe 14 Sales Help Wanted '// r// tissue
; Crevasse rf4WL 'V
Books i'l.If.; t1 ti 19
U Work Wanted Female / 15 31. Poetic
and Dr. Edward G. Byrne, Ala '.r 'U ? V/
17 Work Wanted Malt amefor
chua County health officer. Plants 30 31 32 JJ
A varied assortment of motiffs / = = = Edinburgh
Martin, a Hawthorne resident, FARMS & that gives you the opportunity of 32.Warehouse
LIVESTOCK
Is expected to be elevated from Pianos 26 Farm Equipment enhancing linens. 34- '/h// id: : : 34. Democrat

his present post to vice president 27 Feed I Fertilizer The naturalistic motifs are in J1 '6. 3) abbr.

of the state association! Stoves n Livestock I Supplies simple stitches. Beginners will feel 35. Cheese
like an expert! Pattern 105: transfer -
during elections Tuesday. 2* Landscaping Top Soil 16 motifs 2'x2to 5x12 In- .0 /" N 39.Boundary

Radios 30 Pets & Supplies ches. comb form
31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL 41 : 4--r-----
Tthirty five cents In coins for

Turks Call Skates this pattern add 15 cents for For 1.1 *... '.<",,,.. 914:
each pattern for Ist-class mailingand time 24 mln.
special handling. Send to
TrunksJewelry 56 Business Opportunities Laura wheeler. Gainesville Sun

UN Airlift 57 Money to Loan Needlecraft Dept., P. O. Box HI.
Old Chelsea Station. New York 11.
51 Mortgages
.. N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN
5? Money WantedMERCHANDISE NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS and

Inadequate Bicycles ZONE. 8 Baby Sitters, Child Care 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED

1965! 200 designs -
FOR
NEW than COMPE I foNT mother will care MATURE woman tor Doctor's office WANTED experienced cashier Eve-
TV Sets 61 Wanted to Buy more fashions to knit crochet, for children reasonable In her bookkeeping typing recep- King shift. Apply Larry's Restaurant -
NICOSIA AP ever! Plus 3 FREE patterns embroidery home at 909 SE 1st Ave. Phone tionist. Past experience h I
e
Cyprus ( ) 42 Machinery A Tools dolls clothes. Send 25 FR 6-4481. ful. Include full details in let.p- 1225 W. Univ. Ave. _
Turkish Cypriot leaders today ClothingCameras 43 Building Materials cents for new Needlecraft Catalog. ter. Reply to box S70-A care of WANTED woman to do my washing
and Ironing at her own horn
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Gainesville Sun.
termed a U.N. airlift of suppliesto 64 Household Goods VALUEI 16 COMPLETE QUILT Call 376.0026EXPERIENCED.
PATTERNS in deluxe new Quilt WANTED experienced Legal Secre-
Kokkina inadequate and 45 Antiques Book. For beginners, experts. Send EXPERIENCED waitress wanted tary to begin work immediately part-time typist
44 Misc. For Salt 50 cents nowlThere Must be over 21. Call FR 2-4690. for Senior Partner. Salary com- must be competent with dicta
demanded that the Greek
again 67 Trading Post Manaro'S Restaurant, 2120 Hawthorne munsurate with experience and phone. Excellent working conditions
Cypriot government end its Antiques Rd.EXPERIENCED. ability. Fringe benefits: Blue hours adjustable. I 10
6! Fuel Oil I. Woods Cross and Blue Shield. For Interview hours-week. S1.25 hr. Phone 376-
economic blockade of their Furniture 70 Boats Marine Equip. care of child. woman Own transportation. to take- contact E. A. Clayton or 1933 for interview appointment
James E. Phone 3779591. Thompson Hayward Chem. Co.
areas. 71 Camp Hunt Fish Phone 378-1120 after i p.m. Clayton.

72 Office Equipment BAR MAID experienced, con. WAITRESSES WANTED. Manor Wanted
U.N. helicopters delivered two Livestock Restaurant. Apply in person 2325 12 Mole Help
Unlver.
73 Musical Merchandise genial. See Mr. Pozen.
W. University Ave.
tons of emergency rations to the lily Inn South U. S. 441. "
SALESGIRL DISHWASHER wanted good salary.
northwest Cypriot village, to DiamondsFish EXPERIENCED secretary desired. WITH ARTISTIC ABILITY Apply in person Wonder-house
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Write your qualifications to Box Top paying local retail oppor. Restaurant. 14 SW 1st St. Behind
which the Turkish 580-A Gainesville
governmenthad c/o Sun.
Poles 32 Mobile Homes for Salt IsNo tunity for young woman who
said its navy would convoy 33 Lots for Sale APPLICATIONS taken for Nurses knows how to sell. This position Sears.RESTAURANT""
Aides and help in other Depart. requires some training or experience -
supplies under armed escort Used Cars 34 Waterfront Property ments. Apply in person Gainesville In art or home decorating.Must .
35 Houses for Sale Nursing Center. enjoy meeting people. Per- MANAGER NEEDED
Tuesday. manent position excellent future
34 Cottages for Sale HOSTESS needed part or full & earnings. See Mr. Sandefer at EXPERIENCED for Immediate
Turkish Premier Ismet Inonu Auto TiresAquariums Time time. Aunt Jemima's Kite hen, Rutherford's 103 W. Univ. Ave. employment. Aunt Jemima's Kit
37 Real Estate Exchanged 1614 NW 13th St. Ask for Mr. No calls chen 1614 NW 13th St. Ask for
phone please.
in Ankara
met Sunday night
31 Real Estate Wanted Brown. _Mr. Brown.MECHANIC _

with top officials, but there was 39 Out of Town Property Like Morley's Sandwich ATTENTIONLADIES WANTED. 5'a days

no immediate indication whether 40 Business Properties good working conditions. Barklty
Row Boats 3060Due Motors. 2201 N. Main St.
Shop
intended to out 41 Residential Income
Turkey carry to the expansion of our com-
42 Farms Acreage The 1029 W. Univ. Ave. EXPERIENCED ALL AROUND
its plan. Golf Clubs WAITRESS needed, 4 to 12:00: pany we now have positions COOK FOR MEAT AND VEGE
43-1 Colored Property Sales open for ladies in clean. dignified APPLY COLLEGE INN
shift also part time help. TABLES.
Greek Cypriot President p.m. work. This has a salary of
172S W. UNIV AYE.
Apply in person. S1.2S per hour, 5 days a week
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Makarios warned Turkey that a TypewritersMotorcycles RENTALS Presentto WANTED experienced waitress. from 9 A.M. to 1 P.M Apply

would be Dumpty Restaurant Room 205 Baird's Hardware ESTIMATES
regardedas Apply Humpty FREE on
navy convoy 43 Colored Property Rentals
310 NW 13th St. Bldg., 9 A.M. sharp. Monday
FURNACES and Quality
an aggressive act. Later he 44 Cottages for Rent Sept. 14 & Tuesday. Sept. 15.
WANTED one full time or part .
said Turkey could send suppliesto Used TrucksRefrigerators 45 Furnished Apts."Unfurnished time waitress. Apply In person No phone calls.SALESCLERK Central AirConditioners
Apts. morning or evening to Hotel & cashiers tor sundry
regular ports controlled by Get Thomas 615 N.E. 2nd St. store. Apply College Inn
47 Houses for
Rent Furn. 172S W. Univ. Ave.
the Greek Cypriots so long as 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. CURB WAITRESSES day end
night shift top wages. Apply:;
no effort was made to break the 49 Rooms for Rent In person Jerry's Restaurant. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY

blockade.The Baby Buggies 50 Mobile Homes that 2310 S. W. 13th St. by 1P w

U.N. force ferriedthe 51 Miser Rentals Best In equipment using Internally
peace Electric Motors SIA Wanted To Rent SERVJCE CALLS $5 For top quality workmanship insulated ducts designed -
supplies to Kokkina after 52 Boarders Wanted BETTER Heating Air Conditioning call engineered and Installed

the U.N. commander, Lt. Gen. It Refrigeration Service 3726142GAINESVILLE byALL
Store EquipmentFarm 53 Office Desk Spact ContractorAny AMERICAN HEATING

K. S. Thimayya said that the 54 Business Rentals CAR! make or model window UPHOLSTERY & AIR CONDITIONING CO.

Turkish Cypriots in the village< Machinery units and household appli 150 N.W. 11th Sf. PH. 376-8258
ances. Also we clean heaters. Free Estimates-PICK up and 1910 NE 23rd Blvd.
were near starvation. Makarios SERVICE Phone FR 2-5002 delivery. I 24 Hour Service

contended that U.N. observershad Infant's Clothing 22 Special Services -
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seen no actual cases of 23 Home Improvements

starvation but permitted the Sewing Machines 24 Radio .> TV Service Announcement

airlift from the Turkish stock Office Equipment 25 Appliance & FurnitureWANTAD 3 LOST fir FOUND .

pile in Famagusta, an eastern

port. The shipments included Movie Equipment RATESPH. LOST with Walker black spots hound answers puppy to while Spot.

milk cheese 3711 SE 11th Ave. Ph. 376-3335.
flour, canned 372-8441
.
Outboard Motors MALE BEAGLE lost Thursday
blankets.
sugar and morning in NW section. 14" Beagle -
Turkish Cypriot leaders com- for with brown head about 30 HAVE
Ibs. Reward for return. Phone
Sports Equipment
plained that Kokkina was not a Classified OnlyDEADLINES 372-3874. 1

and that 40 per cent
unique case Nursery Furniture 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE
of the island's Turkish villageswere
_
Tues. thru Fri papers
in the same predicament. Vacuum Cleaners 5:50 p.m. Day before publication LEARN tention TO to nervous DRIVE ipeclaiaV or !elderly. THIS WEEK'S IS ON

Easy Way Driving School. FR SPOTLIGHT
Fishing Equipment For ads to go in Sun. p.per- 27002. Lie by State of Fla.

Bird 12:00 a.m. Sat. KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON
Lady Beauty on a Budget 1.1 LONG'S CAFETERIA
Materials For ads to In Mon.
Building go paper- All work guaranteed j
1 p.m. Sat.Minimum. Perm. 15 up Sham-set $1.50 up ,. on W. Univ. Avt.Long's .
( ad 4 lines) 14 E. Univ. Ave. 372-7724
Plans Tour Washing Machines Open nights by appt. I :r Cofeteri. offers a convenient location for not

FAMILY RATES 6 SPECIAL NOTICES A'r \ only student diners but also downtown business peo-

Heating Equipment 1 Insertion ..........". 34e lint pit and shoppers. Good food, fast service end free

Of South 3 Insertions .......... 22c lint LOSE WEIGHT safely with new 411111 perking are the prime reasons people enjoy eating
Musical Instruments 4 Insertions .......... 17c line Dex-A-Dlet Tablets. Only' 91 cents. .$.J .t Long's.Long's .
12 Insertions .......... I4c line 3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug 'QIJo. t" \.
Company. is well known for it's large choice of meet

WASHINGTON tAP) Mrs Camping Equipment Total charge computed by NEEDED all unused books, outgrown .. "' entries, vegetable & fruits.
total lines
multiplying x rate
Lyndon B. Johnson will make a earned x number of "insertions. books, and excess books. Open 7 days a week their serving hours arefrom

four-day, 1,682-mile whistle-stop Plumbing Equipment S Five letter words per line your Friends help of for the their Library Used solicits Book r t .., ... 11:15 A.M. to 2 P.M. and 4:30 to 8 P.M.

tour through eight Sale. Bring your books to Gainesville J Owned and operated by Palmer & Sue Long the
campaign Children's Playthings Public Library or call FR cafeteria has hod 12 years experience in serving the
Southern states Oct. 6-9. her 8 Point '-1061.I food.
2 lines public good
Same
as ordinary type
White House press office' has Electrical AppliancesDogs Baby Sitters ChiU Car. Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT

announced.The 12 pointSame

tour will take her from Cats Parakeets as 3 lines ordinary type KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE !

Washington to New Orleans and Day Planned wk.. or programs.mo. Old NewberryRd. Pick up DINING DINING DINING.DANCING *

will be financed by the Dem 18 PointSame at LHtiewood. Call FR and 2-..*TerwUIigerschools. ,. GENERAL GAINES SHELLEY'S Home of 'e Orlll"al COCKTAILS

cratic National Committee.Mrs. as 4 lines ordinary type STEAK ROOM ITALIAN SANDWICH UNIVERSITY IN'1Feeturlrg
ivill sell it faster TINY TOT u.s. Prime and Choice Dill 372..512 Charcoal Steak Room. ImorU"
Johnson will travel on a
Nothing fut, free delivery.
steaks prepared fo your tote board. Cocktail Hour S to J. 2
train to be called the "LadybirSpecial" 24 Points PLAY SCHOOL on our open 'artlL Holiday Inl Also Phil A your f.tOri't our drinks far the pike of 1. Dane:.
1HO S.W. betr. II' W Unlv Av. or 1ng.,1f 2 to Griffin's
Visit M and see for yourself. 13th St. Fit 6-1246. Bobby
in the first such whis .t 1601 NN lot A'I'
as S lines 14 SE Ith St. FR 4-7104. near store Combo L R Parker orctwtt.
ordinary
made by type THE ORLEANS tra. 1"1 S.W. 1 $to fR 42442.
.L tie-stop campaign any than theGAINESVILLE
(ormerty Fred's I.ecfer Room) *
: CAFETERIAS
first lady on her own. Try Choice Stacks. *
WANTEDRJM.N. r1 30s BOWLING *
The two Johnson daughters 36 PT. Served : AM 2:10 P.M:
0Served d 12 P.M. LONG'S CAFETERIA
Lynda, 20, and Luci, 17, will aN L.P.N.Goinesville Cocktails Served Dancing Saving hours nits 1,1 2 PM. and BOWLING at ItI iNtt .t

accompany her on portions of SUN Same as 7 tines ordinary type at .50 H'N IJtft St. 4:31 "oM. NI Iot ,..N.. 7 lII.tt PALM LANES
a .../1.. Ope+h every efgf for y.rr e+
the trip, but school classes will Hurting ITALY IN GAINESVillE? m W. University ",e, Mw..... t" t A.M to' A.M.

their making the full The Camesvilic: Sun will not be Dine "' Free _wry W"I.M .
prevent Center. by cu l of t i In the delight. 26U 'N'1tO Rf. 37f46U
responsible I for more tan one atmosphere Het yt BILLIARD'S *
Incorrect Insertion, net win H MANARO'S RESTAURANT
trip.The
WANT ADS be liable for any error in advertisement IMClalizK 1ft Lasagne'
schedule for the "Lady Food.CU E STICK BILLIARDS.
to a greater ertent and User CIeIid8us Italian ADVERTISE IN THE
bird Special" still is incomplet than the coat ere one soc ec- ATTENTION 2121 fl.wtwaria .4. n.J/A. FUN tor not only young men
cvpied by *.* Pern In t..e advertisement. J12-44ft Closed Moftdayt. CUT Y framer 500.
It is planned that it will follow No edtvstinonf will HOUSEWIVES! Bring your. dates
be made HOW OPEN Alan's Ilew' Oar 11 & .t. ,S 12 P.No. DINE A DANCE
coastal en errors mat eo ROt .
generally a course
Increased Fall business necessitates MR SANDWICH SHOP 90S N. Main Street
materially enact fe
value elTe
the placing 1 women in.mediately. Across front UtW. Post officeFeatvrrg
making stops in Virginia cn .... advav tsement.
Real opportunity tor our own roest beet sandADVERTISE IN THE DIRECTORY
first day; North and South those wo Qualify for terrttortes. Ricit natvret gravy' U cants.
Carolina the second day CALL Gainesville Sun reserves ttt train you to show NIn best roast beef M tows'TO i SERVICE DIRECTORY
on ; *.. privilege. .4 rwteina. or rieetlng *. Awn Cosmetic*. For Interview
Georgia and Florida on the any advertisement ..*><* carne AVON. ,.. O. Box 44.GoMviUe. LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACEOF
It OHmS ooiect. nab third day; and Alabama, Mis- change the dassfficatjon of any Fla. or call ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE

sissippi and Louisiana on the advertisement from that oroervd FR 2-0421
CALL 372-8441.
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12 Mole Help Wanted 30 PETS & SUPPLIES 33 LOTS FOR SALE 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sole \,


FULLTIME salesman wanted. Re- SIAMESE kittens ready for light I acre lots N.W. 39tn Ave. $3000. HIGHLAND COURT 4 BR 2 baths. 2 BR home on corner lot, lo*
tail clothing and furnishings. Experience mouse keeping $15. Call 376-1912. up N.W. 16th Ave. $4500 up. Fla. rnu. wall to wall carpet living JWK HOME AND down payment $60 per mo. Located
Acre lots S. W. of Town $1200. room. air condition. Phone at 331 NW 21st Ave. Cad
necessary In retail sell-
HEALTHY 6 wks. old puppies.. $2 372-5347 or 3722080. Tommy Ridgell 372-4125.
THE TIME IS NOW. ing. Salary commensurate with Mary Moeller
ea. Phone 3725887. 3728404ONLY
ability and experience. 5V4 day $60 MO. 2 BR. large kit.. liv. rm., $$ INCOME $$
week. insurance benefits. Write Sole Realtor bath and back porch. Small down $10.750.00 will buy a nice MOVING TO JAX?
resume to box 441-A to arrangefor 32 Mobile Homes For payment to one with good credit. three bedroom home. Conveniently GREAT
personal Interview. 1019 W. University Ave. FR t-4tn 1704 NE 1st Ave. Call 372-1537. located in the Northeast this I TWO houses on 'large corner lot MOVING TO JAX?
LOTS for sale In Beautiful Idylwild house can be handled for $350.00. near schools and shopping area. GREAT trade opportunity. Will
BUTTS between Gainesville and the new plus prepaid insurance and Live in one and rent the other. trade beautiful water fronl'
13 Help! Male Female
Do You Have A Room, ApartmentOr or golf and country club. Large restricted NEW approximately $67.00 per month. One has three bedrooms and is home in Mayport area for youl
lots. Certified public wa- Large 2-story home in new restricted with new FHA financing. ready for occupancy. the otheris Gainesville home or property-
English work and at Spanish once. May teacher begin ter system. Outside ctiy limits. residential area. Has 4 bedrooms EASY to buy three bedroom, two now rented. Call for complete Custom built for ferocious bead I
cOMmute
House Rent? Mobile details.ALACHUA living. Hugh Florida Room. .
to
from Gainesville with an 31 h er $1750. to $2800.Clyde 2 baths upstairs; living. bath house in University neigh-
teacher. Call 692.1154. or 692-1119 Seckinger. Realtor dining kitchen. family room. borhood. Owner will cooperatewith separate Family Room. thre
Owner & developerPh. study. & powder room down bedrooms. .three baths. ,0.
qualified buyer in REALTYAssociates
collect Hastings Fla. arrang-
FR 4-5038 stairs. Immediate occup a n c y. ing a down payment of SIXJOO. fice or den. .beautiful kitchen
WANTED male or female we havean Homes Phone FR 2-8965 W. P. Ridge- Central heat. Florida room. Many. .Many custom feature
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS I ACRE lots for sale. Shaded by towering live oaks,
vacancy Immediate opening for a motor way. oak flors. space for two Member Multiple Listing I
route salesman carrier. in I INC. Phone 372-4416 cars and built in kitchen 635 N. E. 1st St. 316-2<<8 Will trade or sell outright. Cm
the Brooker. Santa Fe Arie T. Smith. Realtor tact Hugh Edwards. Inc. Allal
area. Good will
delight you at $17-
YOU MORE than the ud that will rent earnings. If you have transpor. NEW 34 Waterfront Property 500. Mabel Gore. Associate Donman Sales manager. 372-1551
tati-n & desire to run your own k. 19 & ir WIDES M OVER AN ACRE in Kirkwood. Gracious -
.
busu ss with little
investment
very also
I WINFRED H. CRAWFORD masonry home. central
it! please call Mr. Caputi
CAMPERS Broker. FAMILY WANTED heat two baths. three bedrooms.
Reg. specalizing in
Circulation Dept. 372-8441 ext. ifS We need 25 trade-ins this month I LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. 4 Br.. 2 bath. Holly Forest Lg. PLUS another bedroom and
to 7:30
PJVULOOKING Call us for the best deals. AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose. lot. Cent. ht. & over 1800 sq. ft. bath for guests. a relative. or
Here's what COSTS YOU GR 32981.Cedar. living area. under $25,000. for a study. Large screened
Vacancy
your 376-8361 porch. fireplace too. By
FOR
I NW 13th St. .at 6th St. On street Key Shoresfine HIGHLANDS appointment only.
EVERY DAY until it is rented SECURE JOB? parking all around our comer. 3 BR, 2 tilt! like new. ':ent. Ht. MOST attractive home for less 1i
: Train for U. S. Civil Service Open 9 A.M. to f P.M. each homesites from $2250 & air appraised $16500. Pricedat than $17.000.00. Three bedrooms Colonial Charm ] :
tests. See our ad under Instruction week day. non-waterfront from $1510 $11000. two baths. NW. and features
classification. Lincoln Florida room. fireplace. walled
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: Service. Established 1948. Lowest prices In easiest central terms.Florida.We largest -. Marina LocationsINVEST INVESTMENT patio. Occupancy after 60
needs
display Duplex frame. S.W. repaIrs days. By appointment only. r
trade for anything. Free delivery
I $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day 14-Sales Help WantedEXP up to 100 miles.FRAILER : facilities needed here TRIPLEX near Dohtown $11. OC. LARGE wood S-D beautiful at reasonable lots in prices.All Ridge-.

MART Frame. N. W. near shopping: improvements paid. Little-
Hwy. 17 Open 1 to < Motel Locations renter neeos 'fpairs. J11.JOO. 3 wood-Westwood section.J. .
$50 per mo . $1.66 per day Real Estate Salesman with .
br 1 bath hone & apt.
East Palatka Phone 3281050CONNOLLY ga-age Comes Northwest Gainesville !
INVEST accommodations to
ambition
and willing to work. : rear downtown neejs repairs W.KIRKPATRICK.
$55 $1.83 day must be interested In minimumof needed $000.
per mo . per t
$25000.00 a year earnings. Act 3 BR Home needs repairs. $4900. at- tI
ive office. many leads and list Mobile Home Sales. Inc. 2 & 3 DAVID ANDREWS- DUPLEXC I
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day ings. Good advertising program.All bedroom mobile homes. Many B. Kit eqp. A.-C. un tj. $18- 31 N. Main St.Realtor Phone FR 2-8404
replies confidential and will floor plans. 7 year financing. REAL ESTATECEDAR ASSOCIATES PALM VIEW ESTATESN.W.

$65 per mo . $2.16 per day be Gainesville answered. Box 582A. c/o Drive Gainesville out today.on 3 U.miles S. 441 Southof Ph. KEY 3841 or 3831 400Mary Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell :
Sun. Capt. A. W. Reece. USN. Ret.

$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day 17 Work Wanted Mole 376-0571 OVER bearing 30 acres pecan of trees.lake front Also 5 many furnished Moeller Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin j 16th Ave. at N.W. 39th Drive i ij \

Drivea houses with dock and deep RealtorMember I II

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day JOB 495-243 wanted. by high school senior well Lake pump.Santa Fe.Many Inquire extras.Lewis On New Brick Homesby [ A limited number of brick front fully I

$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day Little Jewelry' Co. 1019 W. University Mu'liple LIsMnq FR 4-4471 I air conditioned colonials are now under con- :
: 18 Schools & Institutions
Associates
35 Houses for Sale I Builder struction. Prices start at $16.350. VA,
E. W. Moeller Foster Kesler
$85 per mo . $2.83 per day SPEED WRITING-COST Dick Durbin Sharon Grant 3 8. 4 bedrooms built-in kitchen I FHA Conventional financing. For information

ACCOUNTINGCIVIL Save LotLowest New equ'prrent. cen. heat VA no I 376-7971.
$90 per mo. . 3.00 per day Secretarial SERVICE Courses TRAINING- Classes now a Listing I' down payment. FHA from $700

forming. Howell's Business College overhead in the industry. SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2'/ bath STEPHEN FOSTER down-no dosing costs. I

$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day 21S W. Univ. Ave. DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like masonory home with 16 x 32" Capital Builders. Inc.
to work and you benefit. LOOKto SWIMMING POOL. Located in HEIGHTSLocated HUGH EDWARDS Inc. ,
FR 6-3507 the future make a sound in NW section lust outside the city N.W. 37th Place & 6th Street ,
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING vestment. See our top brand custom limits. This is an exceptional buy at N.W. 37th Place & OPEN HOUSE DAILY
DEVELOP confidence made 12 WIDES at 1C at $24.350.BLACK 6th St. New brick homes under Builder-Developer
0 v e r- Call 372-03(1 or 376-7781.
J
WIDES 8 financing
come fear-apply practical tech prices. yr. construction. Pick your own
available. Lake Geneva Trailer ACRES-ATTRACTIVE 3 j I t1
nique develop personality deserve colors, etc. VA & FHA Terms.by .
bedroom 2 bath home -------------
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR Sales on Rt. 100 1 mile S. E. masonry
recognition be
Influ
an
of Keystone Heights. Open evenings spacious kitchen and large screen I
ence. and Sunday. porch. ONLY $17,500 with 1700

BS Classes degree start 25 Sept.years 2.. experience.7 9 p.m. NORTHWESTTRAILER DOWN. Capitol Builders. Inc 1

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS For information call Mrs. Rhea SALES LOVELY 3 bedroom. 1V4 bath. split N.W. 37th Place A 6th Street More People Have Bought

-.. 376-7724 after 5 p.m. or Hotel 2702 Waldo Road N.E. level masonry home located In Call 371-0361 or 376-7781
Thomas 3729501. At Palm Lane 376-0205 the NW section lust Inside the
city lmi! i. ONLY $15250 with Edwards Inc. Homes
f MEN a. CIVIL women IB SERVICE to 35 to train for $700 DOWN. Hugh ,

-- --- WYATT- 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In
Examinations. For informationsend HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom
I :12 Male Help Wonted 12 Mole Help Wanted name. address & Phone No. home with 2 sleeping porches located SHADOWLAWN I In Northcentral Florida Since
Key Training Service. 112 W. Trailer SalesHome at 214 NE 5th Avenue. ESTATESF.
LOCAL bottling company needs one POSITION available for young man Adams St.. Jacksonville. ONLY $16,000 with $1.200 DOWN! D. OLIVER i

route.route 5 salesman day week.for salary established plus average Interested salary in advancement while train above I n& Real Estate Exam Pacemaker Mobile of Homes John Merrill Individual OFFERING 1945 Because They Recognize
Styles For You
commission. Apply at 1319 S. Grow with the fastest growl n g
Main St. between 4:30 & 1:00 PM. company in the south. Phon e COURSE Shasta and Airstream Realtor Well planned living areas
ATTEND First lesson free. Travel Trailers
372-3494 for interview. .
ROUTE salesman for soft drink HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEoE!: Ocala's First Mobile Home MULTIPLE LISTING Quality material & workmanship TRUE VALUE
company. Must be bondable. age ANTENNA Installation man. Must COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave Dealer Since 1948 PHONE FR 2-1494
24-38. Phone FR 28511 9 to 5 be experienced and reliable. Apply FR. 6-3507 3723727. 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. ASSOCIATESMARCELLA a) A community you would be
weekdays. In person Tech T-V 122 NW 1 Phone 629-1358 PARDI proud to live In
HIGH
SCHOOLat Ocala Fla.SPECIAL. Drive West on N.W. 39th 2-3-4 BEDROOM HOMES
16th Ave. W.H.BUCKHANNANADVERTISE
CARRIER BOYS between 12 & 15 home free booklet A mer lean
yrs. old needed for paper rout. School. P. O. Box 16661. Jacksonville Ave. past the Glen Spring In
In the N.E. and N.W. Sections. OLD Florida company expandingIn Fla 32216. 104 x 208' Lot for mobile home. IN THE tersection. See sign on left.

Wonderful experience for your available area. We for now 14 men.have positions 21 yrs. U.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! $1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes SERVICE DIRECTORYmmemmmnllEllffffu FR 2-0866.
son. daily contact with the public and up. experience not necessary Prairie. For appointment call IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
Men-women 18.52Start
prepares him for a leading role we train. Apply Room high asS102.00 FR 6-3052. 1f1IIIIIIII 8 rmImllmlmtnlnlnllilIllmlillllllllmllllllilllllllu I'I
In his future. For more Information a week. Preparatory train.log
205. Baird'S Hardware Bldg. 9 until For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn.
appointed. Thousands of
Clrcula-
call Gainesville Sun.
A.M. sharp Monday Sept. 14 & trailer & enclosed cabana. Ex. I
lion Dept. 3M- 441. lobs open. Experience usually un
Tuesday, Sept. 15. No phone cellent condition. FR 2-9886 6-1 I ICOMPARElli
COOK wanted for immediate em calls. necessary. FREE Information on A.M. and 6-12 P.M. NO MONEY DOWN
ployment. Aunt Jemima's Kit. lobs salaries, requirements.Write .
chen 1614 NW 13th St. Ask for CLAIM ADJUSTORDue TODAY giving name address FEDERAL QUALITY I
Mr. Brown. and phone. Lincoln Servo HOMES INC. '
MAN wanted for local wholesale to unprecldented growth & Ice. Box 448-M CGainesville 4820 N.W. 13th St. GainesvilleFR I THESE HOME VALUES I v A Village jrccl/
milk route. Must be married expansion. Allstate has excel Sun. 2-5113 Walt Johnson. Mgr.
I lent opportunity In the Gainesville Ii BEFORE YOU BUY
bondable. previous experience. age USED TRAILER LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS
Large living
21.35 and high school graduate area for a Casualty Adjuster / 28 Livestock & SuppliesFOR room rear kitchen two bedrooms by Hugh Edwards, Inc.
with 2 to 5
preferred. Apply 204 S. W. 5th yrs. casualty experience upstairs. Ideal for I I 376-7971
Campus. Alsoa The
St. & a Property Adjuster/ SALE 7 year old Mare aod following are now under .
with 2 to 5 yrs. auto physical colt with saddle and bridle. 4 travel trailer. 376-8361. construction and will be ready g I -
CABINET MAKERS Custom Cabinet damage adjusting experience. year old black Shetland pony with 1961 14' SPORTCRAFT travel trailer. 32 SAVE! for occupancy soon!
& Mill Work Inc. has Immediate bridle. Call FR 2-9773. Sleeps 6. excellent condition $690 Priced from $13,90017,250 fA" '
openings for cut-out men. These positions offer good starting cash. Call FR 6-7915. I 1fllllllllllldllUIIIIIIlf..ammHlI IIIIIIIIIIIJ ; (J
assemblers. formica men & truck salary opportunity for personal WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE o _
...
driver. Call t. arrange for Interview growth & an outstanding employee dairyman to show us a better
372-3509 daytime or 372-0070 benefit program.If dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills 33 LOTS FOR SALE BBflmlmmwnUuUilpmTnUWUU I ... u.... 3310 N.W. 30th PI. Sodded Lawns
after 6 P.M.WANT"ED 16 pct. All Pulleted Oral-
BR, 2 bath. $600 dn. $87 g
auto you qualify call or write full Krunch. Over 1500 IDS. of PDN Va ACRE LOT AND OR TRAilER The following Is ready for 3 month. 32 O Swim Club ;a '_111 ,
two mechanics per
FOR SALE. V acre Vt mile from :
details In confidence *c J. D. per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala- I
plenty of work paid Wilkerson. Personnel Dept.. P.O. chua. Phone FR 2-1095 or 441- University Incl. well. pump. septic occupancy. Air Cond. Optional ,
_ _
4120 & 4121
vacation and other company Box 11269 St. Petersburg, Fla. 2105. tank. work shop. storage & .. _
study room patio & 41 x 8 1954 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. N.W. 19th Dr. I Colonials .- .w..S'lin .
benefits. Apply in per- 30 PETS & SUPPLIES 2 BR New Moon trailer. Perfectfor -
3 BR. 2 bath $500 dn. $11 32
ALLSTATE 4 BR. 2V* baths. .
$1,990 dn Moderns
son to Jim Hewitt Service married students. Call FR 4- month. S 2909 N.E. 15th Street
per
$165 mo.Norwood
2310 or FR 62369.OFFERED per
Manager. Ridgway Motor INSURANCE CO. KITTENS halFPersiarsf1 fg
Co. good home. Phone Mrs. Hudson 4119 & 4127
rit 2-0682 or FR 2-4202. BY BUILDERS
I ItmffimmThmumunnnBltJBl..d N.W. 19th Dr.
EXPERIENCED man to help manage MANAGERWANTED POINTER Setter. crossbreds Bedroom. VA bath home. 3 BR. 1 bath. $500 dn.. $74 E
grocery store. Must be bond- registered FDSB champion s hip Show house at 3321 N.W. 28th per month.
able. of order. line both sides. mother valued I
Capable stocking.
Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom 2
Ing & helping In store. Hubbard H. and R. Block the Nation's: Largest $300. 9 weeks. wonderful value at I HOUSE HUNTINGICHECK !
Circle Grocery. corner N. W. 16th Income Tax Service wantsto $25. 462.1702.CHIHUAHUA bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd e8um32unwuosIffiffimnfflfiBa80lB

Ave. & Mllihopper Rd. >\ locate a manager. Excellent puppies. Females $20. Court. T. D. Zetrouer. Phone Hope ALL OUR HOMES ARE 32
for right We
opportunity Person
LICENSED Real Estate salesman males $25. Mrs. Jean Clark. FR 6-3848.
train you. For person il inter. 32 OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY 32"H"
$100 a week drawing account. view call Mr. Kirst at the Holiday Micanopy Tourist Court. Mica- ANYTIME IF 32
j SEEING
Fla.BEAGLE THESE
nepy
Large volume builder developing Inn. Inc. NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY
3 areas. Position In Gainesville. PUPpies. AKC. perfectly YOU WILL JUST CALL. 5
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Reply to Box 494-A c-o Gainesville marked. from line. SUBURBAN
Sun.INSURANCE PROFESSIONAL good hunting We Trade Homes I
Excellent pets. Phone FR 4-2188 1123 SE. 4th STREET i
AGENT for local INSURANCE CO. 4133 NW 12th St. HEIGHTSGainesville's or Property FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989 6 I Igl FOUk BEDROOM, BRICK COLONIALS $15,825 \
agency prefer person with some
Insurance experience must of Jacksonville Fla. Newest The brick-front Riviera is the star of models. ,
have car & be over 21. Compensation ADMIRETHIS Prestige Address our new
depends on applicant. Reply Now has positions open for four Built for Those Who Desire I Terrazzo floors shingled roof custom-built
Box 569-A care of Gaines managers & 20 agents in Gainesville UNUSUAL HOME IN Only the Best.N. Gaines;i1Ie's newest and most kitchen, central

%,1I.uSun stating qualifications. I &Leesburg.Orlando area.Company This representative includes WIMBERLY ESTATES Built. W.by 43rd Four. of N.W.Gainesville's 17th PL luxurious apartment building. .. natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all

UNIVERSITY STADIUM Holiday Inn will between Interview 7 P.M.at the& Lloyd Myrick. Iidr.Off.rint Leading FRED MASONA. Builder 11 LAKESHORE I city services.

CONCESSIONS 9:30 P.M.. Monday Sept. U & inert quality W. FLETCHER
NEED MEN AND TEENageboys Tuesday. Sept. IS. N:> phone THREE
calls. fer less money MACOMA HOMESW. TOWERS BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE
to sell drinks. hot dogs. P. RIDOWAYr9

peanuts, and popcorn during all SALESMAN RETIRINGWE W Utft Ter. off N.W. Jtth MODELS AT $14,500.
football games. also men and WANT A MAN who believes In NOW
teen-age boys to sell seat his ability. who Is not atrald of Ave. Open Sundays at 1:00 er LEASING

cmhlons. sunvlsors and souv.. hard work and who expects to by appt. 371-5419 er 1-854. THR5E BEDROOM TWO BATH BRICK
FRONT
I nirs. There are a few vacancies be compensated accordingly. Six ,
: for reliable administrative months training program with
counter sales' personneL Report guaranteed salary plus expenses.To -- MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350
the man who qualifies we ,
to CONCESSION OFFICE offer a permanent and Independent TOP EXECUTIVE & I'
Inside Stadium. 3:30 to 5.00 business career within our PROFESSIONAL CLASS THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH TROPICANA
P.M- Monday thru Friday. or national organization. Call 3744431 THE UNIQUE CUSTOM
Call FR 4-1U7 for appointment. from 1.30 A.M. till S P.M. MODELS
for an appt. BUILT HOME OF The Regency 3 BR, $13,000. iI i

GAINESVILLEJamaicastyle 2both. entrance foyer I
,
I living room pace setter DR. LR. family room. S FHA and VA Walk to elementaryand I

NOTICETo Forty foot Florida room double carport central junior high
Luxurious master suite with heat. GE kitchen full From $400 down
walk-In closeTs dressing brick. on a large lot. 1736
room; built-in vanity wall 0 Better living and
I II N.W. 39th Ave. $19.000.
:
All INSURANCE Customer ,I Fabulous and shoe kitchen closet breakfast. 10** down $122.00 per From $79 per month resale value.

: utility room and workshop I month. I

I ariaS Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street turn
II
DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES Inc.We Twenty-six foot closet wall LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: ,
Guest suite with sunken tub
I follow
left and Fernwood
Paneled library with fire I The Powell 3 ER, 1 Vi S Swimminf Pool Recreation RoomS signs to Manor.

placeS bath oak floors carport, I Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat

as your Insurance agents, hove made Two acre landscaped lot In most patios select- 1 I central heat.
neighborhood I a nice wooded lot. 1514 S Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute

special arrangements to handle your claims Scads of sky light so house I' N.W. 34th PI. SI4.000 Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks

resulting from hurricane Dora in a prompt I II Is csheerful even In gloomy $500 down $86.49 per 3 Elevator* I PALM VIEW ESTATES LUXURY HOMES
weatherS

I and efficient manner. This lavish house or casual U Ideal entertaining for I month. PHONE 3764456FOR ; 1 PRICED FROM $16,000 UP

I 0 Never have you seen so

Please Call 3722511We much space cabinet under one and roof.drawer Built and off reJ by PRIVATE(24 Hour APPOINTMENT Service Daily 2-9545 Night 6-9048

Three-car garage. Total SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY
THE JAMES
square footage 6.000 under CO.
will be available 24 hrs. per day. :I roof 2306 S.W. 13tb ST. U.S. HWY. 441

Happy to show by appointment Phone 372-2527 office : BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERS

Jack DeYot T. Clayton Guynn I I 372-1987 onry. I Phone 372-6441 home i Butler Bros. BUILDERS


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UNLIKE IY OWNERPaiViEslai3: HREE bedroo7n,-2 bath CCB, NEW HOME FOR SALE FTHEPEPtET1iATHAVEEVERYTHING. SMALL HOUSE or apt. First floor. HERMES portable typewriter $25; 'POOLE-CABLE I TROPICAL .

VNYTHING In Gainesville. This 3 BR, 2 bath, less.than 1 yr. old. traverse rods. S750 down pay BY BUILDER .EXCEPT a 1 B R, living room. kitchen. and Lady Kenmore dishwasher $80;
t B R, 2 b, with tremendous screened FHA & VA approved. Shaded lot. $83 per mc.- 006 N.W. 21st Drive :3 BR 2 bath, central heat & air House with charm, beauty, cypress bath. NE section. wanted by re- Cartop carrier S3; dinette 4 MOTORS -
is x 4* patio Is a dream no Immediate neighbors. Phone xf 39th Ave. conditioning.' May be seen by ap panelling family room sponsible party. Phone FR 6-6230. chairs $15. FR 6-7648. PONTIAC ..
distinguished subdivision, huge lot. 376-0734. pointment. 3300 NW 28th Ave. parquet floors Japanese s h u .- ONE carriage & DODGE-DART
You'll enjoy seeing It. Still time FIRST TIME ADVERTISED Phone 376-2258. ters skylights. .near UnivP & play pen car
-
54 Business Rentals l bed. $5 ea. 2 Infant seats $3 TRUCKS 302
PARADE OF HOMES MODELThe ea. N.W. 8th Are.
to pick your own colors. Call Mew Palm Springs modeL One of <. Yonge. Designed by architect Call 372-6251. (36
3723727. Tropicana by Hugh Edwards. the best looking homes we've ever For information call FR 2- NW 11th Ave. 119 SE 1st' Ave. 372-4343 FR 2-2583
Inc.. has been widely acclaimed built. Four bedrooms. 2 full PARRISHPRESENTS 0328. LARGE Shop building Long term CHAIRS, dming-desk use 4 contour
Gainesville's most beautiful homein baths. beautiful brick facade, lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th .
walnut .
NICE BY OWNER. Property appraisedat Ave. FR 6-5563. shape, finish. Si SO ea. Also
Its You may now
price range. excellent kitchen arrangement. 2 elec. hassock-type fans. J8
hree bedroom. 1 bath home with own this marvelous home completely $26000. owner will sacrificefor ft.w .
$16,900. No money down, VA FOR LEASE 10.000 sq. store ea. 3723481.SMALL .
oak floors throughout, good condition equipped with central air FHA only $800 down. Price Includes 22500. Large lot. 2100 sq. building. W. Univ. Ave. Price $800 61 BUICK LeSabre 4 door
close to cond'tjoning. dishwasher disposal, ft., all large rooms. 3 BR. 2 chest type home freezer
Littiewood ,
: school. fully sodded front lawn. per I Hersnall Haynes VOLKSWAGEN Sedan. automatic transmIssion.
baths, with panel.Ing nt1C
$400 down sat monthly IncludIng built-in oven and range. and gas lamp swim club member FOR RENT: '2 bedroom home inN & living room FR or B. F! MlZCil. FR excellent condition. $50. Phone power steering. power brakes.
family room
taxes & Insurance. Phone FR patio gas barb-q grill for only ,ship. E. location. Living room. separate fireplace. completely 7551.. 3764873. radio. heater air conditioned.
2-6965. W. P. Ridgeway.EAL 522.300. Ask to see this luxurious dining room and screen porch. dining room. BARBIE type doll clothes. many
VILLAGE GREEN equipped ultra-modern kitchen SMALL warehouse for rent. low miles. tan
NICE 2 BR. or can be usedas home at your convenience. By HUGH EDWARDS. INC. Unfurnished.FOR bookcases & many other fea DAN BYRD original styles Priced lower
3 BR house in excellent loca HUGH EDWARDS, INC. 2909 N. E. 15th St. tures. Can be seen at 4040 New- than commercial. also Little $ *- MELTON MOTORS
3768268.SMALL
4 bedroom 2 bath ter 372 12-
tion. Nice 376-7971 376-7971 RENT: berry Blvd. FR 2-8931. styles. -*
corner shaded lot
home In N. E. Central heat and 713 N. MAIN ST. FR 67571BARKLEY
with garage. Total price $11.500. $350 DOWN business or office space located BEDROOM set. f piece $250 or
OCALA block. 3 BR, 2 bath. Irg. air conditioning. Unfurnished.
FHA financing. available. Phone open-beam ceiling paneled dinIng A STEALBY with FHA terms, or conventional in 1600 block West Univer- chest $SO, bureau $70. bed $45 MILLER- xV)

owner 372 7401. & family room with fire- LOOKING for a home-business lo terms available. 2 Bedrooms. 1 sity Ave. For more Information vanity $15 chair $15. vanity

place Irg. fenced-ln back yard OWNERMUST cation-drive by 314 N. Waldo Bath screened porch' ready to phone FR 6-3012 bench $7, night table SIS mirrors BROWN ...._.Zt. .

REDFRANKSREALESTATE built-in kitchen. 3723130 or 468- .sacrifice 3 bedroom 2 Road. This house has 1023 so. occupy. $11,500 includes stove FOR STORE & WAREHOUSE ,2 i'$35, bed chaise $25 1030 E. Univ. sins. :
bath livIng located on a and refrig. Call Dick Robinson Realtor. floor lamp $10, wing chair $30 9
large Fla. room large ft. of floor space space. call John Merrill,
room,' dining room built-in corner lot. Zoned BA-1. anytime 372-1494. X 12 grey rug $25, CX 17 rug FR 2-3582
RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor $30. with pads hall runners grey
kitchen convenient
to
shopping
1683.GLADYS
ORE HOUSE FOR THE MON- and white sisal. 32 feet for $12.
center and schools. Must location 11 W. Unlv Ave. 376-1359
see northeast
EXCELLENT. 56 Opportunities
Business MOTORS"IN
EY 1800 sq. ft. of living area Draperies and other Items. Phone
to appreciate the ,
value. No
plui attached oarage Superior; qualifying this 2 bedroom. sleeping porch 372-4158
CCI Construction 3 large bedrooms Low down payment. Original home priced to sell with low 38 Real Estated Wanted MONEY MAKER Neighborhood THE AUTO GAMEBARKLEY'S -
2 baths. Big Livingroon SMITH price $21,600 price now down payment and immediate grocery now grossing over S60- SPECIAL
with fireplace entrance f Jyer, $18,84578. $500 down. Locatedin occupancy. LISTINGS WANTED 000 per year should do better. 30' high T.V. mast. All channelT.V. 1964 THE NAME"

cover'!'* patio. Nice yard. $14.- nice NW section at 1321 NW Have buyers waiting for farms PRICE of $45.000 includes bust- antennas. iV antenna wire. 2201 N. Main Sr.
000 with choice of financing. Call 372-5393 21st Ave. Phone FR 22633. ATTRACTIVE traditional 3 bedroom and small acreage. ness store building. inventory 75' guy wire mounting bracket. FR 2-4373
6-0817. Idylwltd Walking distance of new 2 bath t\ome--living room CALL PLUS 2 BR 2 Bath central heated Stand ett's everything you
grade school. Beautiful lot. 3 brm. BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH US separate dining room. I o v e I y residence plus another house need.
USTOM BUILT and designed by 2 bath contemporary home. New By built investing in this in a U. S. Steel Home family room with fireplace located Angle Real Estate for rental plus space for' to Only $18.95Also FORD

local architect with ultra -modem FHA financing. ALACHUA area HOMES.by INC. In Black Acres. c. U Angle Broker 7 trailers. TERMS AVAILABLE. channel master "Econo Kit/*
Florida Living Inmin O. J. Angle. Associate Call $12 GAINESVILLEAUTO :
Nearly 2700 sq. ft. of living area Near Finley extra lovely 3 brm. Phone 376-0630 CONVENIENT. walking distance 4404 NW 13th St. 37W927 REDFRANKS REALESTATE WILLIAMS SERVICE; CENTER
Model Home
plus 3 car carport. Central heat 2 bath home. L'ovely location. Opening every Sun. to J. J. Fmley schools and Univ. 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817 Hawthorne Rd. 372.3937 SALES
from 1 P.M.
i P.M. beginning Florida. Two nice three bed- FROM private party residential lot
t aireanditioning. Dream kitchen Good financing +- ready for oc of
t with unusual eating area. cupancy. August 16. 3331 N.W. 28 PL room homes priced to sell with in NW section. not in subdivis 61 Wanted to Buy DUE TO HURRICANEWe CLEARANCE 1007 N. Main St.
Striking entrance foyer & pat- Compare cost with all other 3 nice large lots. ion. 100 x 100 or larger. Must have like repossessed .
a new. Phone FR 2.6313
io. Large lot in LIbby Heights. Tradition 3 brm. 3 bath home In bedroom 2 bath fully air condo have city water, please give location WANTED 64 Model Zig Zag Sewing Machine _
Vi in
violin good
size
Must be seen to be appreciated. Fmley area. A lot that has been homes "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY QUALIFIED buyer, F.H.A. financing & price. Write box 583A condition does buttonholes mono- Northcentrol Fli'*
call 376-7438 after 5:00
35000. Call 6-0817. landscaped with loving care. See TIME. --3 bedroom new concrete care of Gainesville Sun. P.M. grams, automatic fancy patterns I

this one. Good price good BY OWNER concrete block 3 bed-. block homes. Outside city lim blind hems. sews on buttons LrgstInpndent Dealer
Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor terms. rooms. 2 baths large convenient. its. Only three left. 41 Residential Income COINS WANTED zippers darns mends SALE
See at 1617 NW Wth Ter. All US. and foreign silver patches etc. Take over only Sremaining
7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 6-0817 GLADYS SMITH M.PARRISH 4 Bedroom 2 oath home. Also ad- dollars proof sets and 1955 payments of $9'30. Call
I Member Multiple Listing lolning rental property. 200 ft. half dollars. Credit Manager 3727680. United '
RealtorAssociates ImmediateOccupancy frontage. 300 block N.E.. 3rd REBEL STAMP & COIN SHOP Sewing Center.ELECTRIC Value Rated
\ Ave. Will sell together or sepa
: Anna Hinson rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- 809 W. University Ave. typewriter $95. Under- Used Cars

Virginia Power Caroline Noyes 4752. CASH for your used appliances. wood office typewriter $55. Good SHAW
1228 W. University Ave. furniture clothing etc. Call Wil- condition. Phone 372-6738 after 5 I
INC. BEAUTIFUL COLONIAL HOMEin B'&G
& ASSOCIATES pm. MOTOR CO.
KINGSBERRYHOMES Phone 372-5393 liams Service Center, HawthorneRd.
H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham the heart of Gainesville. Now 3723937.INDIAN I
e :3 bedroom 1 bath, 6-room frame Carolyn Pooiey Mary Parrish has excellent Income. Could easIly COMPLETE testing equipment and i Cadillac Oldsmobile
f house close In, nice neighbor CHOICE two. three and four bedroom 19 NE First Street be restored. Will consider head pennies, Lincoln manuals for radio shop. Hicks & -
hood. Ig. shady lot, $9,950. homes at convenient loca- Tel. No. 372.5375 suburban property or acreage in dollars old style paper money Radio and Appliances. 1 2C01 NW 13th St.
Terms. Walter Stubbs Inc. Ph. tions. Quality construction plus trade. 376-0969. and gold coins. W. A. Carlton
Take your choice of over 376-5394. bonus features such as: real Iplawer MUST SACRIFICE lovely 3 BR Jr. Ph. 466-3365. Go-cART condition.FOR 2'/i SALE excellent 1--
H.P. Reasonable
90 beautiful brick walls fully sodded lot home in Westmorland. Only $15.- 42 Forms & Acreage price. call 3743515.FOR FORTHECORRECTTIME.
lifetime terrazzo floors, GE central 000 with $700 down. It features 64 Household Goods KEETER

Kingsberry homes heat adaptable to A<;, GE Ig floored attic, Fla. rm. Ranchettes $5500. 7Vz acres, SW SALE new beautiful full I
.
I built in oven and range a 11 lawn fenced back yard & .
j estab. beautiful & restricted home sites. BUFFET hutch with glass walnut length wedding dress and several
brick fronts, rustic gas lamps luxurious shrubs. See at 4055 NW finish. 7974. party dresses size 5. with matchIng -
New Homesin Price $50. Ph. 372-
$9,000 to $30,000little sidewalks, swim club member. ... Ave. or call 372-0089. I FR 2-1411
ship. .J2th 142 Acres. N. W. 39th Ave., aprx. GE shoes, size 6. Will sacrifice.
4-burner perfect condition 238
range W.
Phone 378-2668. University
500 ft.
J I, BY OWNER. cen. heat & air cond. on Hwy. $50. Gate-leg dining table Courtesy Of

No cash down VA. j'A bath. 3 BR. family living Build- blond finish, suit. for trailer. Used Vacuum Cleaners
46 Acres
as as Country Club area.
University ChevroletN.
builtin
dining rm.. large kitchen er's opportunity. FR 2-0982. $15 and up. some like new. Phone FR 6-5371 I
NO MONEY DOWNon Low FHA down. appliances. Large garage. FREE WESTINGHOUSE sewing Call 376-7110 or see at Main St. at 16th Ave.
Also conventional financing. 12th Ave. Phone FR
WESTVILLANW 3468 N. W.
your lot 20 acres Farnsworth Rd. Paved. machine, walnut cabinet. attach 712 N. Main St.
Move in 24518.FOUR Mary Moeller ments. $45, platform rocker $10, KirbY Sales & Service ---- -- ----

FHA fi child's de BR 2 bath CBS. -
Monthly payments 16th Ave. nancing. $91.27 per mo. Only $451 Realtor 6-6650. 67 Trading Pests

as low as TomorrowVlllAGf down to qualified buyer. Seller 1919 W. University Ave. FR 6-4471 SOFA plus new slip covers;
pay closing cost. Call 372-0481 for WILL trade good 14 foot fiberglass -
$95. FR 63449.
$56.00 at 37th St. appt. to see 1806 N.W.. 38th Ter. 80 ACRES boat for your car. even SALECOMEISMERCURYS

GREEN 2 BR CCB home for sale. Nice South of Newberry and West of CLEAN used refrigerators for sale. trade or boot If warranted.. FR
Several new homes ready looking home on large grassy lot. US 41. nicely rolling. with beautiful Phone 372-5002. 2-8181

for immediate occupancy. Terms are very reasonable. Call large trees. Partly cleared T-A-G APPLIANCESTested
FR 2-1858 after 6PM. suitable for pasture or farm 73 Musical Merchandise
and Guaranteed
WALTER STUBBSInc. NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. USED ing. Several lovely home sites. 42 Refrigerators from S39 up
JAMES frame house, Only $120 per acre. Half cash 9 Ranges from PRACTICE PIANOS
THE CO. 2 BR, 1 bath space $39 up
and 5 terms. S. E. SAPP,
year
heater $7,500 $400 down $65 REALTOR, NEWBERRY. 17 Washers from $19 up Upright pianos. $95 and up
HUGHEDWARDS
901 Waldo Rd. mo. 1433 SE 1st Ave. Bud Rob-. 8 Dryers from $4r up Used spinet pianos. $495 and up
inson, FR 22984. 2 Food-Freezers from S9
up Used organs. $795 and up.

Phone 372-2527 Phone 376-5394 NEW ROBINSON HEIGHTS out 01 43 Colored Property 10 2 TV Dishwashers Sets from'" up GRIDLEY MUSIC COMPANY

Evenings 372-6441 city limits. 3 BR, 2 bath study JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE from $35 CO.up Gainesville Shopping CenterFR USED CARS

double carport. family room. HOMES FOR SALE 419 NW 8tn Ave.Ph. 372.5303 25353.
Builders of "We trade houses" INC.North built in kitchen. Cent. heat & 2 2 & 3 bedrooms. SE 14th St. & ,
GAS WILL transfer to responsible party
down. range. 30" Kenmore
ton air condo $14.500, $1000 7th Ave. Small down payment. with
Kingsberry Homes Central Florida's Largest $87 mo. 4120 SE 14th Ter. Bud monthly payments $57 to $65 luxury features like new, reducedto choice pianos. of Pick four up spinet payments or of console Wur. CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY
Builder and Developer $88. Phone 376-2636.
22984.IT'S
Robinson FR Also homes built on your lot litzer Spinet Piano. trade back
Furnished models at 2909 NE 15th
with no down payment. Ph. save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with
St.
376-7971 A FACTThe FR 2-4125. DISCOUNTPRICES sound & motion. pick up pay- 506 E. University FR 6-2425
ments. we have a piano to fit
McCOY'S MOVE IN TOMORROW down payment can be arranged New. Quality Hugh Eawards built any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO.. 516 S. Main St. FR 2-4251
Unusual floor plan sets this three this beau- home. Three bedrooms 1 bath.
to suit the Buyer on 702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031.
bedroom two bath home apart tiful 3 BR 2 Bath CB home at As low as $43. per month with
from others. Lifetime terrazzo 3669 NW 16th Ave. Brand New $2,000 down or will arrange termsto SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at --- -
MACOMA HOMES INC. floors. newly redecorated. BuiltIn on a wooded half acre lot. Cent. suit buyer. Located a43 NE We undersell everybody.HENDRIX $495. Rebuilt small Grand Piano,
kitchen. $600. down Includes heat & A-C. Elec. Kit. Call now 15th Street. $650. Also another truck load of
closing. $101. per month Includes to see. Hugh Edwards, Inc. FURNITURE CO. those tine factory rebuilt pianos

In beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St. taxes and insurance. NOW'S THE TIME. Phone 376-7971 NW 5th Ave. at 10th St. fully guaranteed arrived today. RAMBLERS
Hugh Edwards, Inc. LOTS We invite you to visit us for all

adjoining city limits. 376-7971 To look at one of the nicest I am Interested In buying several FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks, 30 your musical needs.
homes available. 3 BR. 2 baths. gal. with gas heater attached also I LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE
lots at the right price. Call
The Charming (he Livable Just outside City on N. W. 39th 371-4125 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete 112 SE 1st Street

RANCHO GRANDE TIKI 2 EXECUTIVE Ave. Large corner lot. Huge LR with gauges. 2 crane shallow PIANOS & ORGANS

3 bedrooms, 2 baths 3 bedroom, 2 both large HOMES with want fireplace. See it and you'll 43-1 COLORED RENTALS Jewelry well Co.pumps. Inquire Lewis NEW & USED 4010'ABOVE

study family room, living screened porch, beautifulroom 4-BEDROOM-2-BATH it.DUPLEX 2-burner Back to school special sale on pi.
Kenmore electric hotplate anos. Exclusive dealer for See-
dining room, oak family room, oak parquet Enclosed Swimming PoolS NOW RENTING white enamel, new. $20. burg organs.
parquet floor drapes in. floors. drapes included. Family Room This Is a good buy. Extra nice In COLORED ultra modem 2 BR duplex 10-inch G.E. oscillating fan, $4. GAINESVILLE MUSIC CENTER3n.s.c21
In. The
eluded. $30,000 10% $28,500 10% Down. Built-in Kitchen good location close apartments. large living and FR 2-1137 after 6pm. 1025 W. Univ. Ave.
the
Laundry Room monthly income Justifies dining area, modern kitchen with
Down. Our 1964 Parade Home Wall-to-Wall Carpet price. If you want a good Investment fan. large storage closets. terrazz GE electric range excellent condi. VIOLIN full size. good condition. OUR COST
tion.
4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave. Dressing RoomS then phone right now floors, tile baths. space heater Call $25.after Pair S:30 of P.M.water 376-8672.skis $10. $'S. Phone 372-3117.

Central Heat Air Cond. to see. and hot water heater, faclll
"PLANNING TO BUILD" ties for washing machines. and 1962 KENMORE range excellent Automotive
Both Homes located In beautiful UNIVERSITYREALTY paved streets. See at N.E.. 26th condition. $100. Call 3723451 after -
Let us give you an estimate on contracting your new high. dry wooded area with Ter. or call for appointment 372 5 P.M.BLOND .

custom home. paved streets city water and 5321 or 372-5322. bedroom suite buffets,. 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE .5

Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290 china cabinets. coffee tables I %
sewer.FRED MASON 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 44 Cottages for Rent card table and mate hlng fold- GREAT DAN TRAILERS. INC.
Nite FR 6-5015 or 6-6502 W. M. Munroe. Realtor ing chairs refrigerator. lamps. Factory Branch

Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd. BUILDER Associates 1 BR lake cottage on Lake Winnot Nearly- FurnitureFR 3160 West Beaver Street

FR 14040 FR 23111 S. E. McLaughlin Frank Roby lake privileges. For information to 6-4892 Jacksonville, Fla.
I Roy McCann T. C. Douglas Jr. see call 372-0481. EXCEPTIONAL VALUE. Must sell Phone 387-3541
We have a large selection of exceptionally -
FOR ONLY $450 down ar.d FHA SANTA FE LAKE cottages. CCB. almost new full size electric clean used tret ers-
approval you can have Imme- 1 & 2 bedroom. 1-2 bedroom trail range. Perfect condition. $60 Call3n.6OI1 Flats. Vans Reefers. Deep FINANCINGAvailable
diate possession and ownership of er. IS miles from city. Phone PL or see at 3835 NW 13th Freeze and Tanks. completely re-

the best value house for sale in Waldo 468-1129. conditioned.

Three Bedroom Homesin NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air METAL bunk beds TV intenna; .

conditioning. Paneled area family for room extra 45 Furnished Apts. Kenmore wash I n g machine! ; 83 Motorcycles & Scooters on all New & Executive
joining living-dining chest air
; conditioner; pine fin-
spaciousness. Electric range ished chest. disk & bookcase 1964 ALLSTATE scooter 5 mos. 1964 Ramblers.
and dishwasher. Back yard completely EFFICIENCY APARTMfcNTS.: $50 headboard. 3024 NE 10th St. old. Mit sacrifice. $369 new. Now
Manor enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. month. Phone 466-3448.
Court <
Highland $225 C ll I 372-6407
Call 376-6147 for appt. to see at CLEAN 1 bedroom apartmentacross 66 Misc .For Sal. ONLY FIVE EXECUTIVE DRIVENRMBLERS
Ter.
2213 NE 7th
from Campus, couples only 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS

6 room CCB home with 2 baths, Call 3772830 for details. REPOSSESSED Singer portZij

Start $79.34! 4-car garage swimming pool on Zag and attachments. Round bob- AIR CONDITIONING Tuna up
at only 2 acres of land with pine trees. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. in, sews forward and reverse over Special. $2.50 for performancetest.
3 blks. from school 5 DIM pins and needles. $6 per mo. balance All makes and models.
from church. $12,500. Phone 472. $36. Mikell's Sewing Machine of Chrysler built cars. Hawes-- LEFT- 4
V 2 BR furn. house 11 miles northon
2158. Newberry. 441, air conditioned space Service. SIS W. Univ Ave. 371- Powers Motor Co.. Air Conditioning -
decorated 1355. Servicing Center. 204 N.
heater. TV attractively
That's right-you can buy a new threebedroomhome FRED very clean. Ph. 462-1702. DO IT YOUR SELF; Formica Main St.. Phone FR 2-2561. '63 Rambler '60 Ford

in Highland Court Manor for as little as THREE bedroom. 2 bath house on top 18X20" boards, $1. SPECIAL auto painting $2995.

Silver Lake near Keystone. Make table cutting board, veg. Auto repair 8 tuneup. 4 door '770" bucket Station automatic
$79.34 per month. including insurance and taxes 376-2615. bins. etc. Gainesville Auto TOP Miller & Sons wao

and built-in Tappgn oven and range. with hood. ARNOLD Shop. ___732 NW 1st St. 3727915 seats, radio. heater twin tr heat-
4 BR home perfect for male stu
1961 HOTPOINT elec. range. Real floor shift. er, clean.
fan and filter. dents. Room for up to 8 boys. 85 Automobiles for Sale
clean 30" oven with built In rotisserie -
Call John Baldwin FR 6-4201 or
$1795
REALTORFLORIDA Push botton c o ntrol. $895
And you get Kirkpatrick and Pierson's quality FR 6-4405. Best offer. Phone 376-1208. I960 Plymouth Savoy, I cylinder,
SANTA FE LAKE CCB cottages four door. standard transmission No Money Down
construction too, including such items as Owens- PARK modern. I efficiency and 1 two PLAYPEN porta-crlb, high chair with heater best offer over 63 Ford '

Corning fiberglass insulation Wolmanized Spacious three bedroom. 2 bath bedroom avail. Sept. .. Phone buggy and other baby fur n; $800 Call 3721646. 1106 N. E. '
Chairs. night stand. book
pres home on approx. V* *cre wood- GR 5-537 Melrose.COMPLETELY case 9th Ave. Galaxie "500". .2 xioor. 60 Dodge
sure-treated lumber custom built-in cabinets floor lamp. rugs. Iron, camera
ed lot In most desirable north furnished home off etc. All in good condition. Priced 1962 VW. privately owned. excel- hardtop autoatic trans-

and Wall-Tex vinyl paper in kitchen and bath. I west central section.heat. three Hardwood air floors condItioning SE FR 2-6626.35th St. on 17 acres. Quiet. 6-7915.U to 1-3 new price. Call FR tras.lent condition Call 372-5151 loaded after with 5 PM.ex mission radio, heat e r. Statio transmission wagon, autoati

units. Separate dining steering i -
power power
Why not for ? Our model home is EXCEPTIONALLY good 2 bedroom NEW '60 SUNBEAM Alpine. excellent
see yourself open room knotty piNt Florida room furniture purchased. Will sell brakes. a I conditioned er, nice'
fireplace in living room. $27.500 2 bath lakefront home. 35 old Sunday School fum. and cond., one owner many extras. r
daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday from 1:30. mm. to University. 372-7658. week benches cheap. Phone 372(32. Priced right. Call FR 6-7824. white wit red interior, $895

HEIGHTS days only.
SKYLINE new
TRAILER for rent $40 per mo. ties.
Picturebook appeal in three bedroom NEAR University furnished house Roll a way bed $5 all rttel 1955 Plymouth, automatic trans No Money Down
two bath home. centrally 2 BR, large living room porches. pontoon boat for jt $350. mission. $175. Call FR 2-J7I2. $2495 <
heated and air cond;tlooed:. Pa-v 411 NW 15th St. S75 per mo. .
P1ST57Z- S38 1955 FORD CONV. good top, good '
KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONSales cited Florida room Weal kithen i Phone FR 24647. 57 S'baker
tires good looking. Fully equipped
BICYCLE 26-inch J. c. Higgins 63
built in range oven
Chevy
with
522.000 FOUR BR.2'-o baths and yard. boys). Well kept. Phone FR 2- priced at $395. 316 NE 1st St.
dishwasher and disposal.
Four miles from town in nice 4 door.
with good terms. section. Call FR 22648. 1317. 1957 PORSCHE COUPE completely 2 door, 6 cyt.. automatictransmissiOn
Office NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr. Phone 372-3471 HOTPOINT refrigerator with freezer rebuilt excellent condition I radio heater. $225
COMFY and COZY 2 BR house and also rooms for across top. Good condition throughout. See at 2115 NW 7th ,

Three bedroom home nestled rent. Nice quiet neighborhood. S7S. Call 3722152. PL after l' P.M.
$1895
Phon FR7S77.
among the trees on beautifully. G. E. automatic washer in excel 1955 FORD station wagon, V-8 auto _
landscaped lot hi Northeast sec. trans. $150. Call after 7 P.M. Chevy
lent Call FR 2-9773. '
condition.
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
twn. Extra large Florida room and all day week ends 372- 6 with fireplace dining area plea- 2 MOS.. OLD gas stove with grill 2 door.
sant kitchen. Terrace with lots J BR. screened porch Ig. yard for 512$. Convertible sofa hideabedlike CHEVROLET. standard trans
SERVICESHome of privacy. $15.500.CLEAN lease *-1-65. $110 monthly.' Available new $65. Phone 372-6848. mission. 6 cylinder. Perfect condi 4 door, bucket seats, auto.
now. Weseman Realty, 115 tion. Call 372-663. 1(15 NW 7th motic transmission radio. $595

and BRIGHT NW 20th St. FR 6-2472. NEW Men's English byke-facer PL conditioned
air
speeds. fenders lights. and carrier. hater,
Freshly painted 3 bedroom 2 bath Two 3 Br, 1 bam homes. N. W. $45. Can be seen at 908 'ii CHEVROLET, S9t. Rough but '
home wilts parquet floors. Avail- Fla. rm. $120 mo dependable. R d H. Call 3765552 $1595 55 Metro
ab.e to qualified FHA Buyer for 3 Br. 1 bath. N. E. Fla. rnx. $12 SW 7th Av after I weekdays anytimeSat. :: :

And BusinessAppliance $45000 down and approximate'h mo. GE push button elec. range. Hastimer (. Sun. 2door.
$1700 per month. Seller will MARY MOELLER and duE wU. Paid (26*. 62 Chevy :
pay Buyer's loan costs. I Excellent condition. Win take $99. 1964 CORVAIR Spider convertible 2 5 0
$
Daytona blue. radio Mater, 4
\ REALTOR Gibson 1 ton air cond. not a speed transmission wire wheel Impale 2 door, hardtop
year old. Just like new sold for .
I Service lOlt W. Ave. FR 6-44711 at MSN covers bucket seats 4.000 mOe out omatie taisio.
Appraisal Upholstery ARNOLDREALTY University $29*. Will take $125. See .
.E. llth Ave. or call FR 2-5C47. Take over payments. Phone 376- radio, h.eate. 15,0 '56 chevy
UNFURNISHED 3 BR home Sill 433 or 3729774.
FRED B. ARNOLD UPHOLSTER your turnl1rjj COMPANY I. per mo. Unfurnished 2 BR $60 ALUMINUM .awnings 10 x 30. actual miles.
I REALTOR reasonable prices. Call Sally Multiple Listing Member I per mo. Call 376-7466. $125. Edgar L. Wight. Jr. 421194. 1964 VW Deluxe Mtcr bus. spilt 2door.
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL Experienced. fit'IU.. 4248 12J' W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 seat red wt te. 50 HP. excellent $1695
1 ROOM. 2 .3 BRe ll* baths.
SERVICE story condition Si-
I N. W. urn Ter. Associates: j private party. $405
1J19 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Jim Sheppard Jane Caldwell,,1!| $13000 per mo. Garage. 555 NE CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew 35. Call FR 2-4281 weekend and .
1 7th Ave. GR SSC32.I and Used VA 60 Rambler
Jimmy Greene Bob Kalkman weekdays after < P-M. :

Bulldozing RemodelingDO F. W. Hodge Waiter StoddardFORDYCE I THREE bedroom 2 bam hOuSEWith Complete line of FOTO photo INC.suppliesFUllER'S 61 Chevrolet parfcwood wagon with '

I Fla. room built In range. (1* W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 air. WhoJeM<) STUDENT SPECIAL Satio wogon. 4 door 58 Plym.
;
SMALL bulldozer, loader dump YOU NEED. Florida room ex I I N.W. Section. $120 per mo. Phone '54 Plymouth perfect cond country, .
trucks. fill' dirt lime rock. TopsoiL >> tra room, more room roof work I .....11". Waldo. TRADE your costly to operate 41000 sworn to miles. 395. Phone crO Teater rolo 4 d
Phone or maybe a complete ELECTRIC water heater and
37J-7SM. new
homer
FR 6-44C5.
3 BR 1 bath $150. 1937 NW 2nd
For 148 foea new gUislmed? GAS
a tree estnate & guaran $595 1
teed work phone Cart c. REALTORINVESTMENT Ave. Phone 376-3401. water neater. Mucn more not 1957 Cross country RamtMr station $995
Mortgage Broker Waters. 3724049.EXPERIENCED. THREE bedroom House wiTh stove water at about half the cost wilts wagon excellent condition. ...
and refrigerator furnished Available OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. Cad FR .1.M. '
MORTGAGE MONEYs CARPENTER last of Sept. 1311 N.E.. 14m ARCHER ROAD. FR 4-5119. 60 Corvair '58 Olds ?

Paint and repair 6 bedrooms. 3 baths over 4..00sq. Ter. SUS lease. Wese-
per cent /nt,rnt. Terms to lobs performed by me. en T-V antenna S3 single stack. V 63 OLDS Jettire. fee. air turbo 2
25 years.Buy caf1)eftter0 loves his tr I I.. ft. of living area. All comptetefy _man Realty. FR 6272.I double stack S13JO complete kit. charged, 4 sp H d. loaded. John door, heater 2 oVaor hardtop

BUILD REFINANCE CALL FR 6.4907 In.furnished Call Fordyca and ready 3141236.LARGE.10 BR house for ...... *U5 per Jim VoYles, 41t NW (i* Ave. PwrMn FR 24743 or see at 112J $795

CaM REAL ESTATE ",maintenance remodeling move rno. Located at 115 NW nit 5!. COWLING'S UPHOLSTERY NW 41ts Av*. $265 :

Don Byrd Ph. 376-3875 and afdIIO Roofing Contact owner at fcS NW 2Cm St. CHairs. low as 5*. No money less PLYMOUTH station wagon 4 :

Repair & FHA and conventional at lowest all types of home repairs.. J72TltX 3 BR IV* bam WiltS study and ,, 3BR. 1 tam, CCB House cent. tfoww low U (5 per monm.Fret ,-.. V-to A.T.. radtor neater, powEr 60 Chevycft
or 372-6235. Fla. room. Cent heating, laOOso I heat stove walking distance Lttneweod. estrrtates, ptdu-p and delivery steering, Me new. A bargainat
current rates. Terms to 25years.
Air Conditioning Will gladly discuss at no ft. Only ISOO down and SIt I Westweod. S2t m r. service. AH work gvaran- SJtia. Call 173-46C7 before 5.38 9 passenger station wagon 'ord .
obligation Call tomorrow. Roofing mo cat put you In this one. .1'1 Avail end of Sept. alt Ntf 35* tdPhone 376-77U. P.M. or 372-3251 arter 5:30 P.M. out emetic transmission. door
'
X W. KIRKPAtRICK. Realtor ler pan closing costs. Call Ter. Pnone 376-1374. WE WANT TO puy tale model used CLEAN CadUac for sale by own .

A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP 31 N. Main St. Pf. FR 2-8494 tfyca 37-123a. I I FOR RENT 3 BR. aetn* flint..... refrigerator cepttenatty HtraOefew er. Cal 376-71 ay fkn. Reasonable. radio, heater $3'9
First In air conditioning and Appliance c. L HARRELL COLONIAL ed house. 1106 NW Oil Av*. USmo. now given.WILSON'S .
FRED B. ARNOLD styled. walled! patio wall to .wall $1195
repairs. We
sell
Contractor .
guaranteed Pnone 372-035. EXCHANGE
REAL lOR GOiNG OVERSEAS tort 64 V*.
carpeting 4 BR TH baths wttti
washers refngerators. aic. For an your roohng needs and repairs. 111 SoL 1st Street PHone FR 4-4479. .
FR 6-637 FHA At.D CONVENTIONAL ; cB 1454 so- ft. Very large lot in NW 2 BR house with stove fenced Back Reilatnsev Mtdw Iwggvge rk
LOANS in FR aAytirrtt.4-7745 area. Good farms can ta arranged yard screened porcJi. 2783 Nil NEw ana wed oun saws lawnmowers tat deer ever SUM. Fit 2 m.VOLKSWAGEN' .

Auto Glass 121* W. UnJtV. AVE. PH. 372-353 on this tnioa home. CHI1 1 1! 2nd Ave. Lease at 93 mo. 372-i eager*, tampers rQflf 1943- Have two 157

Fortfyce 37t-123a. :, SMaet.spM plant cable. Wbconsm Brtggs need ..... One Has air cond.S15M CHEVROLET
F. H. A. & Conv. leans 4 door hardtop
Sewing Machine Repair ACREAGE a. Stranon now and ud majors. eacft will a*II cttntr. F. ,

AUTO CLASS Is our only bust.nets. FORDYCE REALTORS. ASSOCIAIES. INC 128 acres of permanent pasture. 49 RooMS For Restt t Rental* sales and enrice. 37255. automatic transmission .
Immediate lanced and fenced water Meyers Power Tools. 230Uai NE
InstaUatrant 926 W. (Mi.. S74-1IM C.Al-L-5Ei6.GMAc.tNE; SIR. cross i 162 FA1RLAME Starts Coupe.. S.AT. I CREAM PUFF
.roe pickup .. delivery. Add VICE CO. SIS W. University and partially wooded.. Only Kit 2 separate tearooms suitaG.al A *. Pnena 376-3411 H. SJGO miles since heater.
beauty t value to Ave. 37t-US5. per acre.. couple or snjoents at J441 SE
your car. We repair all PIANO $100. Set bed and rock: evtrlsaofed. Asking S2C9 wojlnr.s149 .
AAAULDIN'S AUTO ClASS CO. Plumbing Makes. Work tully g.earant ..... LOTSTrailer 3Sm St. er caM JTJ-ntl. .*. SIS. DCS a. Mfee. baby 15105 price. FR 4-3473 If'
3NW6thSt.R_ 4-JJ58. lots, S29 down and $24 a dome & tvm. Siro&er Sid tat'si-
ROOM FOR MEN STUDENTS. US come by UK N* am SI.
N* iem St. Private entrance.connecting I werte ... car ted S3. Fit 6411. .
TELEVJSIONPICTURE
Auto SEWER INSTALLED rnonn.FORDYCE .. VALIANT 4 4>.. SA58L stick I
EquipmentHYDRAULIC NEW .. used futures complete .....oct bet*, parking. satE GENERAL ELECTRIC 19 CM. ft re- *Mfl, healer. rid;. mech. per RIDGWAYMOTOR
seqv.c. and :
plumbing service "5lG" JIM TUBE Repair Soeuai.) & ASSOCIATES. INC phone I trig<
JACKS rebuilt t HUGUl er. Gainesville Ptum per Inch plus Sia to Ins,.,. most Multiple LbtMg Reader 50 er er. Pnone 373-510L a. t4 tot torn tn Cats FR 4-4***.
exchanged Repair kits toe Ing. FR MSW tube*. I Year warranty. Special Grace Fertfyce. Barter Mobil Homes I CHITMASNEAR8

Walker Jacks. Factory autnorUM R cond4ionM TVs from stti. Associates I' Start nvwing Year sits no*. 17 Aiitome&les Waste* CO.
BR ._ _
tr
walker Hydraulic jack ADVERTISE .'I. THE VARIETY STORES Harvey Bet_ Dudley Goutten 1 na pelt. oe3C37 Classes every My tram SS.C1044 .
Service Agent. HUM'S BRAKE IN THE s.!. lit AWL 0.. C. Gay Dk Banks SW Archer R9- 3725333.ADVERTISE J THwrv Kigftt classes. CABS .."UD.; iTOV4 Ford 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 284331f
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. SERVICE DIRECTORY 4 Technicians wim M years a* Frances Hou;" SaraH GowJae I IN THE' ELLA'S CERAMICS aV Chevrolet Al Hamdon Serw

Mala. FR *14S7 perience on all makes. fU W. Ut Y. Vo-1234 SERVICE DIRECTORY 1143 C. UH. F* .>>a lea $f49ios. fU SC *!. j

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NOW OPEN SUNDAYSOPEN
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potent shoes also bogs, belts NIGHTS 'TIL 9 P.M. WATCH FOR OUR BIG REPEAT
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20" FANS
Lunch 11:30 a.m.to 2:05 p.m. I Lunch&Dinner Specials
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ORTHO) 21RANS/S10R RADIO DISCOUNT LIQUORS TRADE-IN

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1 CENT SALE phone Complete.and batteries. DON Q RUM 3.495TH NEED SPACE FOR

Reg. 4.99 Value NEW
Ortho GrowPLANT FIVE FLAGS VODKA 2.59 ifi I AT MERCHANDISE SAVINGSFOR

ONLY 2.99 5THSite" YOUAWHILE

FOOD SCOTCH 5.39 THEY
Limited Supply LAST
1st Gal. $4.98 xs>x-mr. COUPON79c mm 5TH i
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SPRAY STARCH : 2-Singer Port. $17. Slant-Needle
1 r PRICES GOODTOMORROW 3-Kenmore Con.$45. Singer $70.
COUPON 1 Pfaff Port.
$55.
49 1-Singer Z.Z. 65.

VISIT OUR GARDEN CENTER DISCOUNT PRICE ... 1 1 ONLYTheUfltVCr$1t9 2-Wh.. C on.rr.f."- 2-Like UnJy.New Auto. $35.

The Kilgore Seed Company liii 2-New Port.Home $35. New Cabinets $20. up
Division of Asgrow Seed Company
U LIGGETT DRUG FOR THE BEST DEAL IN TOWN ON
NEW OR USED MACHINES.

NOW AT 1028 N. MAIN ST.. 13th 1901 STREET SW SHOP: MIKELL'S SEWING MACH. SERV.
1315 NW 16th AVE. FR 5-6489 GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CEN* .. .. -
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