Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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*9eH ;ni. Dr. George T. Harrell,' dean of JEAN CARVER
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uop City and county officials wentto
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a ppQ3'r *# dean of the Milton S.Hers 'VS work yesterday trying to finda

Medical School at solution to the major drain

State University.He sa a a 3 age problems that led to flooding -
fRy.yot l'a will begin his new Aa' in southwest Gainesvillelast

1; November 1. Until then weekend.
maintain offices here and .. r City Manager Bill Green told
aixfa University of Florida. '. the City Commission Monday
.Sq ova
a A President Eric A. night he met with county rep-

Penn State made the 2)a resentatives Monday after
9'i d
y.e M i B ment today. The medical ;dna noon.
.M o 4C ::<< here will be the heart He said that County EngineerRoy
kMk r, % f Milton S. Hershey Medical Miller reminded the group

r. t tsJ ter being established that a $192,000 drainage program

;. .y '3 ''' .: $50 million allocation by planned by the county

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\ Streets were turned to canals, by flood waters varying, from six. tog feet high in Live Oak. (Aerial.photos by Dean Harrell, a when only five of 38 property
if 1) Eddie Davis) owners on Hogtown Creek signed
;, ( on Page ) easement agreements in 1960.

b "'. ,",,.< .$' ."This is the only way to over-
#iif{ .) come most of the drainage
a a ..'',,'' .i: .* ,
i '>, in West Gainesville "
problems ,
!I Johnson in Miami "4 t; the city manager explained.

"Until Hogtown Creek is corrected -

we're throwing money

away.He said" Miller is updating the

} Makes Unity AppealMIAMI estimated cost of the project,
hF- emphasizing that the plan would

: s5 J have, to be formally approvedby
., af 4'.4SA'ic both city and county com

.BEACH, Fla. (AP) prejudice. a non-political appearance.The missions.
President Johnson, appealingfor Flying to politically doubtful President, who flew to !w5k 'V VS The proposed city-county project
national unity and support, Florida for the second time in Miami Beach for the conventionof was referred to the city

said today prosperity must not five days, Johnson sought to the International Associationof public works committee for rec-

be sacrificed to partisanship nor play the role of "candidate of all Machinists, added a second a ommendation.The .

progress made the victim 'of the people" in what he labeled Florida stop a 90-minute visitto commission commendedcity
workers for their work
Cape Kennedy to his
during Hurricane Dora in a

State itinerary.In the. text prepared for his resolution of appreciation at

Urges Help speech to the machinists, who Monday night's meeting. .
? .
have .... .... The "unusual efforts" of City
formally endorsed his can
F .' f' Manager Bill Green and the departments
Johnson said
didacy, :
Mental is The .4. under ,his direction,
For HealthBy prosperity"Unity of our the many challenge.must not ,. .,' the Police Dept., the Public

be sacrificed to the partisanshipof + Works Dept., the Fire Dept.,
.. ,J' Utilities Director John Kelly
NORM LaCOE population has grown. At the the few. The progress of all _j =,-_. ._ '........., .7.=,..,..w.4W--=,._..,._N..."..... (See FLOOD on Page 2)
people must not ,be vic-
Sun Staff Writer same time, the number of patients
CLEARWATER Sid Martin, who seek care locally timized by the prejudices of any

Alachua County commissioner, has increased. of the people."

has called on all Florida county "People are coming ho m e live Johnson said live Americans "can Get Tough Khanh IE, Told
as we now prosperous -
officials to seek state help in again to become part of the progressive and unafraidso ,
paying for community mental See HEALTH
( on Page 2)) live
health long as we together -
programs. that united, forward-looking and un SAIGON, South Viet Nam The main bond of the rebel told a news conference his
Martin, pointing out men-
tal health care is being shifted Deny RedCharges divided." (AP) Premier Nguyen Khanh generals was that they had been government's chief goal .was to l RELATED STORY Jy

from, the state to communities, Newsmen had been given an and the generals who remained shifted or expected to be in the destroy communism colonialism -

issued his call for action during advance text in which Johnson loyal to him appeared in firm shakeup Khanh ordered under and neutralism while build-

the 35th annual convention discussed, the Cuba question, an control of Saigon today after pressure from Buddhists the ing through democracy.A OffensiveDelayed

here of the State Association of important one in a communitywith failure of the weekend coup chief religious faction in South splinter group of students
Commissioners. a large population of Cu- attempt. Viet Nam.Khanh distributed handbills today
Martin presided over an all- United States today denied Soviet ban exiles. White House press Khanh's political future appeared appeared to be avoid- calling for an ,anti-American:

Alachua panel discussion o f charges that American air- aides said later the distributionof to depend,. however, on ing public announcements that demonstration..

needs and problems in community craft harassed and endangered this portion of the text had his acceding to demands of did not have approval of the Movement of troops and
Ith been premature. They asked armored vehicles around Saigon t Neat 3ork dimra
mental h e a pro- Soviet ships.A leading generals, includingsome
leading generals. Several of
that it be eliminated. leaders of the brief, blood- continued to spark rumors of
grams. THANH, South Viet Nam
U.S. note, in reply to a Soviet them, ,including Due, sat with
What left after the elimination
He is secretary-treasurer of was less rebellion. still another coup, but they Military officers here postponed .
I, the SACC, and is the maj o r termed complaint the charges Aug."without 3., was rather 'pallid docu- The official Viet Nam news the premier Monday when he appeared unfounded. an ambitious offensive
ment in which Johnson hailed
candidate to be the next vice foundation. It said that, on the agency disclosed that 10 of these against the Viet Corg Monday
president. Martin also is president current prosperity, on military leaders sent Khanh an because of the attempted revoltin
contrary, Soviet ships have harassed -
Americans to stand shoulder to
of the Alachua Coun t y ultimatum two days beforeSunday's Saigon.
U.S.vessels on a numberof shoulder and asserted, 'I love Gladys RemainingA
Mental Health Assn. occasions in recent months. peace.' uprising. They demanded But they went ahead with the

Taking part in the panel The Soviet note listed a num- that the premier purge opening of a training school for
with him were Dr. Edward G. ber of instances during which, Johnson billed his Miami all "corrupt elements from the leaders in six hamlets where

Byrne, county health officer, Beach appearance as official armed forces and civil adminis- pacification efforts will soon be
it alleged, American aircraft Stormwest
business. Thus the cost of the Lively
and Dr. Lou Cohen, clinical tration" in the next two months.
have "harassed,
or trip borne by the gin.The
psychologist at the J. Hill i s provoked" Soviet ships. ment was, which also paid govern for his The group also called for two decisions, one to delay

Miller Health Center, Univer- The United States has carriedout hurricane inspection tour of severe punishment of probiteers"who MIAMI (AP) Hurricanes at 11 p m. (EST). That put and one to proceed, reflected -
sity of Florida. have exploited the people Gladys and Ethel still flicked her the typical reaction in the
detailed investigation of the Jacksonville, Fla., and Brunswick on approximately: 1,750 miles
Martin told the audience of and strangled the nationaleconomy" weather bureau radar screens east-southeast Mekong Delta to political up-
charges, the U.S. reply stated, Ga., last Friday. of Miami.
about 200 persons: that care of arid found they were unfounded. Since his nomination last rather than the' usual today, but their older sister Forecasters said Gladys' gala! heavals in the capital.An .

the mentally ill is becoming "Detailed investigation of month by the Democratic Na- government policy of sending Dora, killer of at least seven winds extended out 175 mites to American military advis-
and more a local problem such persons abroad. The gen- dead. the ory team of eight officers and
more each ,of the Soviet charges tional Convention, Johnson has persons was north and 75 miles to the
.- found that'in no case did American placed a political label on only erals insisted that Khanh crack Gladys, livliest of the two south. She was no immediate six enlisted men had helped to

He said this is because men- aircraft harass, endangeror one of his speeches at a down on persons in the government survivors, stirred the tropical threat to lard.' plan the campaign.

tal health programs are much provoke any Soviet ships," Democratic fund-raising dinnerin with Communist or neutralist Atlantic with 90mileperhourwinds Dora was last reported 2CO

,more successful when a patientis the American note added: Harrisburg, Pa., last Thurs- leanings. 750 miles eastnortheastof miles east of Cape Cod and was Draft Gets
kept .in his home town. "The distances maintained by Among the signers was Maj. San Juan, Puerto Rico. no longer considered a stcrm.

Cohen said that since 1956, U.S. aircraft were at all times day.The President was to tour Gen. Duong Van Due, who took Forecasters predicted Gladys Ethel hit the island of Bermuda

the number of patients in state appropriate and in no instance Cape Kennedy for 90 minutes over the coup attempt in its would continue to move west- with winds up ti: 103 New Study

mental institutions has steadily constituted 'dangerously low this afternoon before returning latter stage. and then made northwest at a speed of 16 m.phin gusts. There were no

declined, even though the state overflights.'" to' the White House. peace with generals who remained m.p.h. for the next 24 hours and reports of injury but trees were WASHINGTON AP) The
loyal to Khanh. would probably increase in intensity
uprooted, lines ,
power clippedand government plans to analyze
There appeared to be only a gradually. boats sunk. Selective Service histories of
Vatican Hungary Make Peace hairline distinction in the thinking Ethel, centered about 325
I possibly 290,000 of
men a
as part
of the loyal and rebel groups miles east -, southeast of Cape
"- massive study that could lead to
who wound up uniting in support Race, Newfoundland, spun at River
a halt in the draft.
of Khanh. 30 m.p.h. toward the northeast
VATICAN CITY (AP) The of the new bishops was part of The fate of the 72-year-old packing winds of 85 m.p.h. Officials told The Associated

Vatican and Communist Hun- the accord, and that Budapesthad cardinal has figured in negotiations Weathermen slid Ethel prob- Press today that Pentagon

gary signed an accord today approved their nomination. between the Church and ably would lose her hurricane StagesSUWANNEE experts conducting the draft

giving the Vatican at least par- The Vatican has bad no administrative the Communist regime, and also WHERETO characteristics in the cold wa- studies for President Johnson

tial, administrative authorityover direction over theChurch in talks between Washingtonand ters of- the North Atlantic. Her RIVERAt have asked the Selective Service .
the Church in that countryfor in Hungary since the Budapest.The White System to take a 1
coordinates at 11 pan. (EST) Springs crest of 37 per cent
the first -time in 15 years.It conviction of Cardinal Minds- trial of the cardinal in FIND IT Monday were latitude 45.0 feet Sept. 17. sample of the records of all men
paved the way also for the zenty on charges of treason 15 1949 sensational He in the draft pooL
was a one. north, longitude 47.0 west. Gales At Ellaville, crest. of 29-30 feet
eventnal transfer of Joseph years ago. made a 'confession, but during Comics _.. . 12 extended 200 miles to the east Sept. 18. This involves men between

Cardinal Mindszenty to Rome. But the'status of the'cardinal his few,days of freedom in 1956 Classified 13-15 and 150 miles to the west At Branford, crest of 26-27 18# and '35. Selective Service
Within minutes after the an 'was left unsettled in the new accord he told interviewer he had
an. Ethel was expected to con- feet Sept. 22. headquarters said there are
nouncement the Vatican Press and Vatican sources been tortured before the trial. Entertainment 7 tinue on her present course for Near U. S. 19 bridge, crest of about 29 million men in that
said Paul VI had
named five Pope new bishops and stressed that he remained in A fiercely proud man, the cardinal Obituaries . 2 the next 12 to 18 hours, but 27 feet Sept. 22. pooL
refuge in the U.S. Legation in has shown no intentionof highest winds were to diminish SANTA FE RIVER The purpose of the sample
confirmed one selection by Page . 4
'to less than 60 thoughthe
m.p.h. Near authorities
Pope John XXIII but never approved Budapest.He obtaining freedom at the expense High Springs, crest of explained, will be to
.by Hungary. took refuge there during .. of either his S Sports . ...9,10 area of gales may expand, 20-21 feet Sept 17. "get a more definitive view of .
said the weather bureau.
highway 49 bridge near the status of people within
Vatican officials said the timing the abortive Hungarian revoltof 'I that of the Roman Catholic Women's ., 6 the
_.----.,. Gladys was centered near latitude the mouth, crest of 26 feet Sept. pool, from which men are .
indicated the_ appointment 1956. "Church. 20.5 north, longitude 55.2 18. called for induction.

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, : :; 'j_ GainesvilleIJITT1TET Woman, 2 Weather RoundupZONES Barry Keeps Aim Jews Begin ) !

: CITY 'Men Found Yom Kipper }

I COMMISSION MurderedDETROIT On High CourtWINSTON Observance (

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----- (AP) Homicide A S UIMSS SALEM, N.C., government, and about foreign By PAMELA ROBINSON -
Asks Floodland are marking flooded areas on detectives sought today to, find this!- afternoon to partly through cloudy Wednesday.and mOd (AP) Republican presidential affairs and the way the admin- Yom Kipper observance in ;

official maps as they .praise the weapon and the motive in day Low 84 tonight to 8*in. the 60s. High Wednes- .IA nominee Barry Goldwater istration deals with commu Gainesville holiest day of the t

the damage from the hurricane. the shooting deaths of a woman B, C, D -. Partly cloudy "ffi'F charged into the south today nism. year for 100 families and 1500 ..;

Building ZoneCity He explained that the building and two men, one of them a through Wednesday. Low tonight I a with a drum-beat of criticismfor He said modern Democrats students here begins with the

department also has a special j well-known Detroit radio personality 66. to 72. High Wednes- the Supreme Court. belie the heritage of Jefferson. Kol Nidre service today at 7 t

Winn Commissioner Byron stamp warning of flood dan for many years. day in the 80s. Mostly easterly SI\ Goldwater said also he sensesa He said some of them think the

officials Monday night urged city gers that can be applied to The nude bodies of Mrs..JohnH. winds 5 to 15 miles an hour. deep concern among Americans Supreme Court "can rule any p.m.The 24 hour period of fast- i

to take steps to regulate building plans reviewed by the Frazier, 40, mother of four E. F. G. H, I Partly cloudy about "the drift of our way but down the path of the ing marks the end of the Ten
new construction in
subject to flooding areas. department.No children,,and Clarence de Potie, tered through afternoon Wednesday showers.with widely Low tonightIn scat- I Constitution." Days of Penitence that began on
commission action 47 a used-car dealer the 70s. Goldwater said a Jeffersonian !-
was were Wednesday 87 to Sept. 7, this of 5725 under
"At year
of annexationI 90. Variable winds 5 to 15 miles Schools
an' : Democrat could
taken Winn's found IJ acceptthe
on suggestion. Monday on a combination hour. AlI* I. the Jewish calendar.
wanted -
us to establish a flood-
sofa-bed in a soundproof loungeat J Widely scattered showers this Court's decision ordering re-
land zone," Winn said. UT his Committee Gets afternoon. Mostly fair tonight In the apportionment of state legisla- "The day is set aside to take
flooding brings to a head our the Detroit School of An- 70s. High Wednesday In the upper stock of one's life, to ask forgiveness
80s. Variable winds Boycotted2nd tures.
mostly southerly
nouncing and
past discussions. Many of the Speech Inc. 5 to 15 miles an hour. for sins, to scrutinize
Utility SurveyA Some "don't think the
The fully clad body of Pierre K Fair GAINESVILLE WEATHER
Hooded through Wednesday except deeds said Rabbi Simeon Ko-
homes should ,
not Paulin 51 for a few local showers. Low South is a real part of the Unit-
longtime Detroit
an- Municipal Airport readings
been there tonight O.Hi 88. I brineta.
at all, at least not 10 Wednesday Mostly "
proposed year study of nouncer and director of the southerly winds 5 to 12 miles an for 21 hours to 8 a.m. today: DayNEW ed States, he told some 500 I Sackc 10 t hs"
at Our
that level. the city water and hour becoming southeasterly Wednes "Covering
power sew- school discovered in 83 at 2 low people at a Republican break-
was another day. High p.m., 61 at
He advocated will be Rabbi Kobrits's themeat
controlling con- age systems was sent to com- YORK (AP) White fast.
room used as a control booth.' ELsE'WHERE 5 a.m. No rain.
struction in danger areas "to mittee for study Monday iJght. TEMPERATURES "In fact he said u'ou'regoing services tomorrow in the
Paulin High Low Prle, ALMANAC pupils again boycotted NewYork's ,
protect innocent people. The would cost to was father of five Jacksonville ............ 79 61 Sunset today .............. 6.34pm. Medical Center at 9:30 a.m. He
? survey up children. Miami .................. 86 77 .13 Sunrise tomorrow........ 6:14 a.m. public schools today, pro- to be visited by one most
City Manager Bill Green explained $18,500, according to the proposal Tampa ................. 87 74 Moonet tomorrow........ 1:13 a.m. testing a program of racially integrating any day." Goldwater said he will speak of "The Divine Atonement" -
Police said foundat .........
that no gun was Atlanta ...... 78 S, Full Moon (Harvest Moon) Sept. 21
city survey ,teams by Black, Crow and Eids- the school located in four- New Orleans ........... 82 54 MERCURY is now making its best appearance classrooms by busing was talking about Sen. Hubert at tonight's meeting in
a Boston ..................
M 4? .46'
local engineering consul of the year as a morning Walker Auditorium.
room store-front building on Detroit's New York ............... 75 51 planet and will be found low in the children away from their H. Humphrey, the Democraticvice .
tant firm. Washington ............ 77 50 The holiday is a to
east about nominee.
an hour before sun'lse. The neighborhoods.For presidential response
More AboutHealth northwest side. Detectivesalso Chicago ................ 81 s:: star
right above It this morning is
The utilities. committee will said unable Kansas City .............a? 61 Regulus. the second and final day Goldwater went from the the Biblical commandme nt,
they were immediately Denver .................
1 study the proposal.Library to determine a motive Ft. Worth ...............86 75 64 57 Wednesday CEDAR_ High KEY at TIDES 9:4 e.m. and of the protest, parents returnedto breakfast to a hotel balcony and "For' on this day shall atone- i
Los Angeles ............. 76, el 11:"* p.m. Low at 3.55 am. and 4:51 picket lines in greater numbers declared a real two-party system -ment be made for you, to \
for the slayings. Seattle ................. 69 54 .03 p.m.
Seeks Inspector Hiram Phipps, headof than before. Police said 2- is growing in the south. cleanse you; from all your sins 11

the police homicide bureau a 352 persons marched at 194 The crowd packed the streets shall ye be clean before the

Federal Qrart said De Potie,. father of three schools. for a block, but police officials Lord" (Lev. 16:30.)

From Page 1 sons, was a friend of Paulin's ApportionmentCoins Attendance figures were would not estimate its size. The Kol Nidre prayer tonight II

' The Gainesville Library got and Mrs. Frazier's. being compiled by school authorities The Arizona senator ripped nullifies all forgotten vows and

working, living fabric of the permission from the city commission with an anxious eye on into President Johnson's handling -broken promises made to God

community," because of better Monday to apply for a to Vote possible loss in state aid exceeding of the crisis in Viet Nam during the past year. Tomor-

care given locally, Cohen said. federal grant. More About "$2 million.Absenteesm. He said the Democrats haven't row's services include special

Increasingly he said, coun- City Manager Bill Green said L.I Monday, the told the people what the United prayer for the departed, and a

ties and cities will be asked to the" city is eligible for up to WASHINGTON (AP) The up the timetable for adjournment opening of a new academic States is doing in the Southeast large taper is lit in each homeas

furnish mental health pro- $175,000 in federal funds. Flood ( Senate votes today on a legisla- of Congress.A year, was more than a quarterof Asian nation-or "what we hope a memorial light to burn dur-

grams. Application for the programwas tive reapportionment compro- battle over a proposal by a million children.A eventually to accomplish ing the. 24 hours of the fast in

"This puts a considera b 1 e due in Tallahassee today. mise proposal.Its Senate Republican Leader Brooklyn school completely there. memory--of departed ones.

burden on local counties which From Page 1 acceptance would move I Everett M. Dirksen to force a vacant Monday had only one The Republican nominee for According to Jewish teaching,

have not had to face these City Insurance he: $3.3-billion foreign aid bill a delay of a year or more to pupil 'present today out of an the White House hurled this a persons will not be forgivenon

blems," he said. pro- and the Utilities Dept. were step closer to passage and speed I Supreme Court-ordered reapportionment enrollment of 398. At a Bronx challenge at President Johnson the Day of Atonement for

"This is our new responsibility Plan commended. of seats in both school a milkman delivered only "Set this record straight. Tellus any sin committed against his

," he said. ApprovedA Kelly's citation noted that he 'houses of state legislatures on a 75 cartons of milk for lunches, what is happening or whetherwe fellow being unless he rights

worked diligently for 48 hours Church WomenTo population basis has tied up compared to the customary 480. even know what is happening. the wrong and makes amends ,
Cohen pointed out that Flor- one one half year without rest and his staff work- the foreign aid bill for several 141 ." to the individual involved.

ida has 800,000 patient beds for group insurance program for ed continuously in 12-hour shifts weeks. At the conclusion of the day, i

the mentally ill and retarded, city employes was approved by with two-hours rest periods be- Meet FridayThe Dirksen offered the proposalas the ram's horn, or shofar, is
the commission
and only 600,000 for all other city Monday. tween Sept. 8-13. a rider to the foreign aid bill Accuses Miller blown. This is the symbol of
Commissioners Win United Church
patients. Byron Anglewood resident Raymond Women of on the theory that President freedom of conscience and declares S
and Alan Sutherland Gainesville
opposedthe will meet in duo-
Shepherd, speaking from the Johnson would not veto that freedom for all men.bitttati .
Martin told the commissioners action, favoring putting the audience as a spokesman for sessions Friday at Holy Trinity measure. Dirksen's is \

that demands for better local program out competitive bid- the hard-hit residential area, Episcopal Church, 116 NE First to gain time until Congress purpose can

mental health programs ding. joined the commission in praising St.The submit and the states ratify a Of 'Lobby' Effort
) es )
mean more money will have to The present Equitable Insur- city workers for fightingthe first meeting will be at constitutional amendment t (!
ance program was assigned to 10:30ta.m.., and the evening
be raised by property taxes, flood waters. nullifying the Supreme Court
even if other revenue sources incorporate the group policyby He cited City Manager Bill group will meet at 7:30. decision.In @ Nrui Dark Simro mittee considering a bill that RALPH GRIGGS
the 3-2 vote.Blldget. would have authorized five
can be tapped.He Green's efforts in opposing a
pointed out one financial State Road Department edict Civil Defense sfalenjate an ,effort Sen.to Hubert break the H. By WARREN WEAVER JR. New York State utilities to de- Services for Ralph N. Griggs,

aspect of local care: May that a culvert under Newberry Humphrey of Minnesota, John- WASHINGTON, 'A former velope hydroelectric power at 49, of 1015 NW 22nd Ave., will

"When you care for them locally Road be opened to relieve rising Team Due HereA !son's vice presidential running Democratic representative said Niagara Falls. Miller was cosponsor -be Thursday at 10 a.m. at the

and keep them cut of waters in diked between of the measure. Williams-Thomas Chapel.The .
Need a area I mate, has moved into the picture Monday that Rep. William E.
state hospitals t h ChangingCity Road and Uni- Smith, now a director of the
you save estate Newberxy Miller of New York offered him
survey team from the state by backing a "sense of theCongress" salesman died Mondayat
a lot of money. versity Avenue. $350 to $500 a month in 1951 Tennessee Valley Authority
civil defense office compromise first
commissioners will will be in after
con- his home suffering an
He said that it would cost the "He out there ,made his statements in a tele-
was on Friday advanced or 1952 to handle southern publicity -
tinue considering the proposed town tomorrow afternoon to by Sense Jacob K. apparent heart attack.A .
state $6 to $7 daily to care for night with his well after phone interview from his Knox-
budget for next year in a study people decide whether Gainesville and Javits, R-N.Y., and Eugene J. for a felt company of which;
patients in state hospitals, and session today. midnight," Shepherd explain Alachua County can get-federal McCarthy, D-Minn. Miller, was a director.At ville, Tenn., office. The state- native of North Carolina,
may cost Alachua County $30."Don't ed. "They willing to throw ments appeared to be in direct he here for 33
were aid for Sen. Paul H. Douglas D-Ill. lived years.
caused time Frank
City Manager Bill Green told damage by Hurri- that E. Smith, conflict with comment by
you think the ,state the book and do the job
away and
commissioners Monday night cane Dora. a group of senators support. as a representative from Miss-
his widow
should reimburse us?" Martin that needed to-be done. Thanks Miller, the Republican vice- Survivors include ,
queried. the amount of storm damage to I for a good job well done and County CD Director E. A. ing the Supreme Court decision issippi, was a member of the presidential nominee, on the National :Mrs. Raye Norris Gri g g s;
city property during Hurricane (Pete) Bethel said the team will have been conducting a talka- House Public Works Subcom- Broadcasting Company three children, William Ralph
"We ask
must the state of I for that water
Dora would probably re uire getting pumped be in his office at 3 o'clock. thon against the Dirksen riderto I .
Florida to help us... to keep q out: of there." its program "Meet the Press" Sunday I Griggs, Mrs. Rebecca Sue Mc-
amendment of the proposed $9.8. prevent adoption.Up Millan and Alice Raye Griggs,
. our ad valorem taxes from going Another member of the audience night.
million budget for 1964-85. until Monday, the, group
that in Lanier PTA More About "I at this time :all of Gainesville; a brother
so high people our Dr. Leon Marder, urged was holding out against the may say only ,
The study session at
countries cannot pay them," 4 at the Utilities begins ;the commission to take immediate "sense of the Congress" substi- Miller replied on the television :and six sisters. .

Martin said. tion p.m.Center. Opera j note of the health hazards Meets TodayThe tute until its sponsors agreed to show, "That I didn't offer Mr. He was a World War II veteran

He noted that several federal created: in Dora's flooding.He accept modifying language the DeanFrom Smith $5 or 5 cents to act as apublicrelations t and was a member of the

programs have been creat- pointed to mosquito dan- Sidney Lanier PTA will liberals proposed. officer for the I Christian Church.

ed, making U.S. funds avail- Trailer Office gers facing the city in coming hold its initial meeting of the Lockport Felt Company, nor

able for local construct.nn. weeks and sewer line seepage. :school year Thursday at 8 p.m. 'Great Books' Page 1 have I ever talked to him about Burial will be in Antioch Cem-
He commented that althoughhe Broken IntoTom "You don't dilute disease and in the school cafetorium.It being retained by the company. lery.

usually is against federal contamination," he warned. will be a business and Meet Monday known medical educator, has "Anything further than that I
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aid, so long as the money has Cashwell, 2702 NE Wal "This is not a rural area. It is organizational meeting. spent most of his life in medi- i wiu noi state ai mis time De- Reserves Plan

been made available, Florida do Rd., reported yesterday to ;a university center, a progres- The Great Books Discussion cal research and education. Dr. cause my associates are looking

counties just as well go afterit. Gainesville police that someone :sive city." Big Tippers? Group will hold its first meeting Walker said a major factor in into this, and we just don't Tour at UFU.

broke into Northwest Trailer Mayor Howard McKinney pre- of the year on Monday at his selection for the Pennsylvania know what we may do in con

The difference results f r om Sales at that address over the I dicted that the city and county PITTSBURGH (APCab) 8 p.m. at the Gainesville Pub- job was the manner in nection with this matter." S. Naval Reserve Company

Alachua's vital mental health weekend. would pursue the suggestions as driver Charles Blasko, 57, picked lic Library.Mrs. which Dr. Harrell filled a sim! The incident was first reported 6-4 will make a tour of

program, said Dr. Byrne. The office was entered and a :a joint program. I up two men Monday and at Barbara Gallant and liar.role in the development of by Jack Anderson in the University of Florida Physics -

Alachua aims to keep peopleout rocking chair, typewriter and The city manager was authorized I their direction drove to a destination Mr. Duane Houtz will be co- the University of Florida medi-II the syndicated column "Wash- Dept. tonight at 7:15 at the

of hospitals in the thermos were taken, Cashwell ] to seek "any assistance several blocks away. leaders of the group for this ,cal school. ington Merry-Go-Round," which Physics building across from

first place, as well as keeping reported. available"! at a special meeting There one of the men pointed :year. Membership is open to Since coming to Florida in he and Drew Pearson write. Florida Gym.

them well after they return, he Wilbur Thomas, 4431 NW 6th :n Jacksonville Wednesday with ,a pistol at him and took $17. I all. Anyone interest should call :L954, Dean Harrell has led the I Acording to Smith, Miller told

said. St., reported yesterday that Civil Defense officials and representatives Before fleeing the men tossed I the Gainesville Public Library 1 University of Florida's Collegef ,him that the company had a The tour will be conducted byLt.

"Most authorities bel i eve someone stole an auto sander, of the U. S. Office I him $1.50-90 cents for the meter ((372-1061)) for further informa () Medicine to a strong position plant in the South and that it I Commander R. A. RhodesII \

that the best, the most effec- valued at $80, from that ad of Emergency Planning and I eading and a 60-cent tip. I tion. !among U. S medical schools. would be willing to pay $350 to assistant professor of phy- I
U. S. Armv Corns_ of Engi $500 a month to a public-re- ics. '
tive and the most economical dress. n -- ---g-
neers.: lations man. The public is invited.Gainesville .
answer the the psychiatric problem I
Alachua County CD Director "It sounded to me like a pretty
is to give care close to
Chiefland CB Radio Club
Free Funds Pete silly to throw
home," Byrne added. i Bethel and a representative "way money I Sun
He noted that a new 20-bed of the County Commissionwill away, Smith said Monday "Butdidn't ,
also attend the meeting. I know much about I
unit will be
psychiatric soon For Flood Yankee business people. I decided Published evenings( except
built to Alachua General Purpose of the meeting is to
Hospital 'Dora-Proof' and
Furnish if he wanted to throw it Saturday Sunday mornings -
to provide local bed care. discuss procedures in govern- Help I by the Gainesville Pub-
that I'd to
Alachua's delegation to the tal agencies filing claims for away way, try accommodate lishing Company at 101 SE
EmergencyTALLAHASSEE him. 2nd Place. Gainesville Florida.
federal financial assistance for
SACC was bobtailed. Jack Dur- BRONSON The 'Three to stay on the air regardiess of 'dar Key: Charles Adkins, C. D. Smith said Miller had promised and entered as second class

rance and Edgar Johnson, county (AP) The damage to public property. Rivers" Radio Club, with head- electric line blackouts. Tummond, Oma Harrison, Dave that an officer of the matter at the Post Otfice at
commissioners, are attendingthe State Cabinet released $60,000 quarters at Chieflaand, swung Civil Defense Director Clif- Letts and Lou Hihds, all of company would meet him in .

conclave.G. today to two state agencies for ScholarshipConvocation into action during Hurricane ton Griffin stated that tbs area Chiefland; T. G. Allen and Jack Washington to complete the I RATES BY
M. Davis, chairman, remained CARRIER OR MAIL
use because Dora's passage. coverage in communicat I ons Strictland of Manatee Springs: agreement. But nothing further
emergency of 1 Week .45
in Gainesville, to deal heavy damage done by Hurri-- Operating as a civil defense provided by the Three Rivers Bob McCollum of Fannin Spgs., happened, he said. I 3 Mos. $5.85

with problems caused by Hur- cane Dora. intelligence group, the citizen CBers was thorough, fast and, Niven Reen, George M c ore, Smith said that he had asked -

ricane Dora. He met yesterdaywith The Cabinet made an emer- Slated at UFThe banders> used more than 20 mobile most important of all: storm Harmon Reen and Earl] Coop Miller if any congressional be All paid mail in advance.subscriptions must

other officials, to plan units in reporting flooded proof. er of Old Town; Bill Pattersonand .activity on his part would be Member of Audit Bureau of

what action may be taken. gency appropriation of $50,000to roads, washouts, damaged Among the mobile and base Wallace Howe of Yankee- involved, and that Miller bad Circulation.
Claude Brandon is out of the the Board of Parks and Historic University of Florida recognizes All material contained herein b
Memorials for bridges, fallen trees, r wer station operators active in the town. replied: the property of the Gainesville
state. repairs. outstanding academic blackouts and stalled motor- "No, not at all. This is simply Publishing Company. (c) 1964t .
defense Griffin Alvin Tummond
State project were is the president of Reproduction In whole or In part
park officials met with achievement by its students I t
Howard Weston, administrative .E. Mikell and S. E. Gun- the Three Rivers Citizen's Band :a matter of good business for I is strictly forbidden without the
) Goy. Farris Bryant Sept. 21 during its 11th annual ists.In written pernjslon of the puMUher
the commission a "
assistant to y several instances C B j the in the South.
mobiles nell, all of Bronson: John Swil- Radio Club, and Gunncll is in company j
and Carlisle, county attorney, and estimated damage to parksin Scholarship Convocation. ) served as the only com ley of Gulf Hammock: Billy 'charge of the intelligence division

planned to come here today for North Florida in excess of Classes will be dismissed for I munications link from outlyIng -Bokker of Otter Creek: Gene Levy County Civil De::1':1'of CASH ASSISTANCEoffered
the convention. the formal convocation to beheld
communities in Levy and Hodge and R. L. Davis cf Ce- :fense.
Bryne told the state assembly second appropriation by in the Florida Gymnasium, Dixie Counties until store damaged -

; that Alachua County's ,programis the Cabinet was $10,000 to the from 10 a.m. until noon. Recipients lines could be repaired or 1

a proven success. Department of Public Safetyto of the University's most restored. Two such communities \

Statewise, he said, 45 per cent open a field office in Jack coveted awards and scholarships were marooned for hoars by p- You've probably asked yourself EMPLOYED

of patients who are released sonville to handle emergency i will be announced. during the high water. Some citizen band ;;.."J these questions: What if '

from state mental hospitalsmust ,complaints on damage done by i program. base stations, being battery operated someone falls on my property I WOMEN
What if
and .
AGAINST THE sues me my
go back for further care. Dora. The office will also help Dr. August Heckscher, Direc- and_ equipped, were able home is burglarized What ; )
I But in Alachua county, only with administration of federal tor of the Twentieth Century ilafirclcavesmcwithjustafoundation ; Did know

20 per cent must return to the I disaster relief funds. Fund and former consultanton WHAT IFS full of smoldering i you you con
now get a personal loan
state for care.THERAPEUTIST. Secretary of State Tom Ad- the arts to the late Presi- ElectricalService ashes? The answer to these I I here on yourown signature .
ams, presiding at_ the Cabinet dent Kennedy will speak many more WIJ.AT.IF .
perils of homeowning is a prompt, courteous service. Come
I meeting in the absence of Gov. HOMEOWKIHi I 1ii-1W
"The Quality of American Life. OF Homeowner's package policy.We in and discuss needs.
& your cash
who with President Repairs tRI
DIES Bryant was
\ Award can shre you
winners to be
CHICAGO (AP) Dr. Erich Johnson at Miami, said the Governor announ- FOR ALL ELECTRICAL NEEDS details.Howard I
ced at the __
convocation include Residential CommercialS r-1 _I $25-5600 LOANS
M. Uhlmann, 63, a pioneer in was discussing with the five freshmen and five sophomores Industrial

i the use of electron therapy, died President means of helping private receiving J. Hillis Miller CALL Hall

Monday of cancer. He was enterprises with their loss. Scholarships; and ten students C. P. Dressier Agency

director of the tumor clinic and es. Adams said the Governor' representing the upper division Electrical Contractor I 60S N.E. 1st St. Marion Finance Co.
the Department of Therapeutic FR 2-3 45
was "moving heaven and earth"to colleges in the University and Gainesville, Fla. g.
Radiology at Michael Reese get aid for all stricken Phone FR 6-6193 Home Town Folks
recipients of awards from several Serving Home Town Folks
-Hospital and Medical Center. 910 N.W. 4th St. .
areas. honorary societies. .J I 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-5333


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. I' .... JOHN R. HARRISON. President BMPtlMithtf SOUTHBy MedicareBy
) PAT COWI ES. Vic Proms
( Florida's Beautiful .. dents Ed JOHNSON. Vici President
I' ,. and Executive Ediltri W. G. (Bdl)
'Univer ity City', (W1' EBERSOLE. Vice President and A* RALPH McGILL r ; WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.
VUltsmg DirtcUrj BOB TARTAGLIONE Pulilstr Frfce Winning. PabUsber
Vic* PrttMtnt. and Circulattoii' -_. 01 Ae AtlMU. (G*.) Ceaetitatioa I .(iY The Senate of the United States has up and passed the so-

1 Ii '//. Y'i called medicare bill, which would provide some sort of free
I THE SUN'S POLICY hospital! care for Americans over 65, to be paid for out of an
Riots increase in the social security tax. The probability is that the
1. Report the fully and Impartially In the
.. news news columns. House
J' qf Representatives will decline to endorse the
; 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in--editorials.
whereupon we shall have another issue for the
Publish campaign,
3. all sides of important controversial issues.
; r with President Johnson on. the record as favoring the measure,
= The Sun's telephones: All Deportments-372-8441' Connect while Senator Goldwater (who voted against it in the Senate)

'i Wont Ads--376-4672 / will be opposed.The .
politically interesting aspect of the affair is the relative
: I RFa. ease with which even though the vote was close, the Senate

I ThemHampton passed the measure. A considerable resistance to socialized

; St. Augustine Probe medicine had built up in this country during the last 15 years,
I ,,, ji \ Lt.r and there is no question but that the current measure, for

.-. Beach, New' all its careful even prissy denials, is an advance upon socialized
I f; : The proposed investigation by the It is like looking into-a wife-beating Hampshire, and Seas Ide, medicine. And let us make no mistake about it, that

,{ *. Florida Legislative Investigating case only to find out how savagelythe Oregon are far apart-t h e r is what it amounts to. Who would be willing to bet tit in the

: : Committee of St. Augustine's recent fellow flailed the poor woman. width of the nation. days ahead the Democratic Party will be satisfied to leave
matttrs where they are, with "free" for
hospital the
: racial problems must be suspect from But how close are they to care
,. aged Why not "free" operations? Why not "free" psychoanalysis
J 7 the start as an impartial in- The criticism, apparently stems Harlem, to Brooklyn-St u y- cJ..Sv..Tws
very vesant, to the "jungle" i n "With a guitar, there'd be no stopping him." ? Why not "free" pills? Why just the aged? What is
quiry. from Governor Bryant's action in the Democratic Party going to campaign on in 1968? Let alone
Phildadelphia, to Rochester'srelatively
bringing highway patrolmen into St. 1972 Or 1984?
tidy slum? .. ,,.
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i Consider the* statement of Repre- Augustine after it became obvious .PU'V Etc5 UINUJEK r'llE; Even so the :
measure succeeded >
sentative Stallings, of Jacksonville, that Negroes, civil rights workers, What's the answer? How
the Senate
close ? at
are they pre-
; on the resignation of John Evans, radio and newspapermen were being
director of the so'-called: Johns Committee beaten by white mobs without ser- Too close for comfort. But Court Re form Due ?: cisely the moment when one
perhaps close enou g h to would have thought this most
: 'Too many smelly things ious i interference from either city or
I teach us not to over-react but -. unlikely.! For the first time in
might come out on the governor'soffice St. Johns County law officers. That
I( to create social therapy rather By RICHARD WILSON of the sitting federal judgeswere eral tone of the federal judi- recent history the Republican
and on the Highway Patrol. was verified, incidentally by Kissim- than
adapt a "beat-them-
Chief, the bench to the
on prior ciary created in the Eisen- Party has nominated
There lot of- bad facets to St. mee-born U. S. Judge "Cow- over-the-head" at
are a Bryan policy.At Cowles Washington Bureau Eisenhower administrat f o nand hower and Kennedy' adminis-
J| Augustine. The way the Highway boy" Simpson, who found after a Hampton Beach and WASHINGTON, D.C.However the remaining three- trations. adamant conservative, whose

Patrol dominated local law enforcement long and careful hearing of all con- Seaside several thousandsweat the election comes out fourths were appointed by Ei- Justice Harlan has definedthe incandescent presence as the

giving all sorts of immunity to cerned that local enforcement was shirt-wearing beer- the United States Supreme senhower and Kennedy, anda issue by saying that re- choice of one of the two ma..

I J I the. Negroes and kicking hell out of practicing "cynical and studied bru- drinking. Troops white teenagersrioted. were called Court and the whole federal few by President. Johnson.Of cent decisions of the Supreme jor parties would, one supposes *

1 the whites." In, addition, Rep. Stall- tality" in its handling of Negroesand out. One youth had his judiciary may be in for a the 453 members of the Court "give support to a cur- have arrested any aggressive -
substantial reformation within federal jjudiciary a figure
rent mistaken view of the
breakthrough by the
ings described as "phony" the gov- rights workers. face torn with birdshot, an the limits of what a presi- comparable to the member- Constitution and the constitu-
t Democratic in
Party the direc-
i ernor's bi-racial committee, adding: eye was lost. Property and dent may do in this respect. ship of the House of Representatives tional functions of this court.
business losses estimated tion of socialized
I ,"All Farris Bryant did was hand, When this breakdown occurred, were Senator Goldwater leaves -186 were appointed This view, in a nutshell, is medicine.
about The
at $500,000. little doubt of his intention by Eisenhower, 152 by Ken- Senator Goldwater has been
I. Martin Luther; King a victory. Governor Bryant'moved in. The gov- jails filled ; that every major social ill in
,i ernor explained, after the resignation were were injured.up. Eight Fire policemen he has attacked the Supreme nedy and' 23 have been this' country can find its cure cast by history with the responsibility -
Court it has not been nominated President John-
as so by
To judge from the Stallings statement of Evans as head of the Johns hoses police dogs, billy in some constitutional 'prin for. dramatizingthe
criticized in of whom 16 have been
directly previous son,
ciple; and that this court case: against state wel-
{ quoted by Martin"Valdron Committee that ". the St. Augus- clubs were used to bring a
as political campaigns. What is confirmed by the Senate.
should 'take the lead' in
late stop to the "wild promoting yet even as the challenger -
in the St. Petersburg Times, there is tine situation was handled with the orgy. not so generally known is the This covers a period of reform when other ,

t little need for a state legislative investigation least possible damage to the peopleof THESE WERE WHITE riot- intimation of President John- nearly 12 years, and it can branches of the governmentfail = warms up, the enemy
son's discontent with the fed- be that should President sneaks a vital base. Is H be-
. ( of St. Augustine because the state. Law and order were ers-"mostly high school age." seen to act.
cause Senator Goldwater has
eral judiciary. Johnson remain in the White
r Stallings seems already to restored. No lives were lost. That's police reports said. There was
Senator Goldwater's target House for more than 10 yearshe "THE CONSTITUTION is failed? Or is it because of
enough "facts" to reach a my function as governor." no stamp of poverty or rejection -
possess on them. They had plainly is Chief ,Justice War- can, in all probability, re- not a panacea for every blot the consummate skills of Me,
conclusion. The probe would be useful had money to visit the resort, ren and some of his associ- form the whole federal judi- upon the public welfare, nor Johnson, who knows how to

1 to him, perhaps, but only to verify Who, on the Johns Committee, or areas..to eat, buy beer. No ates. President Johnson's dis- cial establishment the third should this court, ordained as wheelle his bills through Con-

jil I the conclusion which Stallings and anywhere else, would have it other- stinking slum confined them. satisfaction may run in a branch of government.THE a judicial body, be thought of gress as few before him have

iiT i ,perhaps others have already reached. wise? They have opportunities. somewhat different direction as a general haven for reform known how to do? Or is it be-
Trivialities triggered mostof but there is said to be a sim- PUBLIC as a wholeis movements." cause the majority of the

the feverish slum riots on ilarity in the Goldwater and conscious of feeling the The opposite view is that American people have finally

nights when heat lay heavy Johnson views in one respect. impact of the federal judici- when social and political in- capitulated the myth of

and humidly wet on the This is the growing tendencyof ary only in the great moral, justices cannot be corrected "free" medicine, as some-

: of the I streets and made the roomsof the federal judiciary to use ethical or religious issues anywhere else, the court must thing which a central be-
Voice People the rotting old houses and the courts as an instrumentof such as the prayer decision, take the initiative to correct nevolence in Washington is

j apartments like fetid ovens. reform. While President and the school decision. But them, within the meanings of actually able to dispense, at
I But on the cool] beach e s Johnson and Senator Goldwater there are many other classes the Constitution.It no net cost to them at all?
where the breeze blew and might not agree on what of decisions, particularly in
On The Sun's is this view 'which rose
Opinion Page the sand was clean-what constituted the proper exer- the fields of criminal law enforcement BUT, YOU SAY, the people

triggered wild orgies and via cise of judicial power, they and anti-trust action in general acceptance as a know that it costs them some-
A Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters lence there that required cal may agree that such power which have a direct and result of appointments to the thing Do they not immediately -
waters address.
must be siqneJ and bear the Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should
riot exceed 500 words and must b. written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. TheSun ling out national guard has not always been' properly extensive public application various federal benches recommended confront an increase in
I t reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or troops to assist police? exercised. going far beyond the limitsof by Brownell, Rogers their social security taxes?
{ intent- The beach riots by white actual cases. and Kennedy, and begin- The juestion poses an intensely -
t teen-agers and the big city THE FEDERAL judiciaryas The issue of safety In the ning with Brownell's selectionof interesting psychological
Gives Alternate The mis named UJ ust But Mr. Editor, we would slum riots by Negro teen-agers it exists today is largelythe streets which has been raised former Governor Earl War- question, having to do with

Value Law" is an instnunent like to make or register a and youngsters in their ear- creation of Presidents Ei- in the political campaignhas ren of California, who had whether the individual wage

Taxation Plan pregnant with ambl ities. complaint as it seems ycu ly twenties are too close together senhower and Kennedy in its ramification. in the been the 1944 vice presidential earner! actually conceives his
1 Lawyers will have a field are the mouthpiece county- for comfort. There was other words, the creation of Supreme Court In the Mallory nominee, as chief justice. salary at the theoretical levelat
J EDITOR, Sun: In your is- day endeavoring to interpretits wise of this beautiful city but insensate vandalism, madness the attorney generals of those case and others which From that time on the reform which it is dispensed; or

I sjie Wednesday, September 2 many provisions. It facesan in your haste it seems you 1 and violence in both. We must administrat ions, Herb e r t have circumscribed the ef- view has taken ascendancyfrom at the level at which it is his
you had an article raising uncertain future at the have done forgotten that a 1 have order? Yes. We must Brownell William P. Rogers fectiveness of law enforce- a base which had al- to t*ke home and spend.
I tax assessments in A'aohua hands of the next legisla- rule is a poor rule that don't have for law? Yes.
respect and Robert F. Kennedy, who ment. ready been prepared by As-
The land ha become read the both sides. Will Rogers, at the heightof
ture. tax
This article stated same
But isn't We
enough. had the greatest influence in Thus what is involved hereis sociate Justice William O.
i suit has been started in Ma- an obsolete area for ad- It's all right to be a Democrat all know, it isn't enough. the selection of judicial ap- not just an "impeach EarlWarren" Douglas. Now the pendulummay his fame, was much sought
ditional taxation. after by Hollywood, whose
rton to enforce the
County or a Republican but for it is
pointees. movement a be swinging the other
provisions of the so called May I suggest for your your readers' pleasure, let t THE NEGRO TEEN-AGER Approximately one-fourth serious challenge to the gen- way. producers used to accost him
with offers
'Thist Value Law" no such consideration as a substitute your paper have the truth i slum riots, the white te e n- gaudy for movie
suit has been initiated. about each side there contracts. He used to say to
a 2 per cent across -thr. oard ager beach and resort town
.. II seriously doubt if a suit sales tax; which in the opinion wouldn't be nothing wrong for riots, the mightly vandalism, SOME VITAL ISSUES them, when they waved a
half-million dollar offer in his
our tax ass:s ,r will to take side when
against of state authorities would you your i the stealing of cars, of hub
receive endorsement.Your the time 1 like face: "Tell me, how much
any furnish funds for ade qua t e proper comes. t caps-who has the answer?
: article also mentions teacher's salaries and for essential to read what each party has' Do the t o ugh, "throw-the- Great Debate Is Needed money in my pocket does it
a-suit against the tax: asse or school needs.I to say but I sure don't, and l book-at-you" judges have it? mean? Don't tell me how

(I hj Dade County, and this L'a 'there are many, many many Hardly.Is much you will pay me, tell
; correct statement. However happen to be a taxpayerin more like me who can't stom- there an answer? Yes. me how much I will keep."
tEe suit has brought about Gainesville and Al achua ach a paper or even a book But we have not found it. Ntut Unrk :itUl'S al power obroad, now diluted his daily activities, a major- I expect this was somethingmore
County. by over-expansion, within the ity of the Republicans in than
44,000 tax adjustment claims that prints so much about a What is it they are in re- By ARTHUR KROCK a charming eccentricity
\ to date. How these claims J. ED. BLOCKER candidate that the average bellion against? The answer WASHINGTON In the limits of feasibility, and with- Congress joined with most of on the part of a'
be adjusted can rrebab- would think he is the in which its commitments can the Democrats to create the Western cowboy.So .
can Ocala person is easier for the slum riots- dialogue between the national -
9 ly be solved by a modern only one running for Pres- with a high percentage of illiteracy candidates of the two ma- always be redeemed.ALL latest and most intrusive that when President

Soloman. Likes Balanced ident.I of school dropouts, jor parties thus far no cohe- THESE agency of this bureaucracy Johnson, seeking the vote, ad-
i The power to tax is the would like to add two 1 of delinquency, and criminal sive; program has emerged to which the great historical matters, the enforcement arm of vertises the benefit of his free
by ten- the Public Accommodationsand
power to destroy! cents more about a program i influences. But the senseless deal effectively with the para- hospital plan, the net impression -
ure of the U.S. as a free and Equal Employment
News sec-
Current news items relate CoverageEDITOR that comes on at 1 pjn. call- fury of the schoolboys on the mount problems of these is of something gQt
major will be deter- tions of the Civil Rights Act of
the loss to Osceola County of ed "Bingo" and all anyone can 1 beaches and in the res o r t times. It may yet develop in- for nothing, the cost of whichis
mined have been
t a $9,000,000 plant because of Sun: I am a new- see or hear is somebody that touched on
towns was that of one last :to the Great Debate requisite 1964.Moreover to be paid by some mys-
excessively high asse ss- comer to your fair city and I will pick up a ball with a num- fling before going back to to an intelligent and in- by President Johnson, by the "people" are terious beneficence on the *

ments. think it is a wonderful placeto ber on it and call out undtr school-one senseless blind, formed choice by the voters in Senator Goldwater and their free to register disapproval of part .of General Motors, or
Dade and Escambia Counties live. We like Gainesvilleand "G-29" or "N-I?' and all the 1 uncomprehending thrust o f November. And to be both running mates. But their these regimentations by vot- Nelson Rockefeller, or George

; have had similar losses most of the people in it, noise that goes with turning I protest.At intelligent and informed this exposition has been regularly ing for Senator Goldwater, Meany, or whatever privileged.
in industrial improvements they are so friendly. And we those balls ove in glass en- what? At an adult society must be not only a choice'of interrupted by the introduction who voted against the Act and magnificent Maecenas- .

for the same reason. think some time after the closure and no o.can play that itself is filled with the direction in which the micks. of 'campaign. gim- because they were 'included.But He does not realize, and"':

The assessment of your first of the new year we will the game unless they live in 1 extremists who daily are country is to be led for the Senator Goldwater has needless to say our politicians

property is a key to the future be able to call your city our Jacksonville, or at least have 1 shooting ,off their mouths in next i four years, but of the Solemn nonsense, which compounded the solemn non- do not remind him, that the :

t economic health of that permanent home, but until to live there to get a Bingo 1 defiance of decent values and man who best can be depended now promises at least to sense on several occasions "free" hospital care is something ."
Ii j property not the mulage. that times comes we are di- card. Will you really print the law? At adults who mur- on to pursue it. equal the output in any pre- since the campaign began. he will amply have paid

The millage. is variable: fac viding our time here and back this letter? der young boys in Mississippi These problems are enor- cipal responsibility that For instance, at Seattle on for by forking over seventy-

tor. where we came from. W. M. HENDERSON and hide their bodies undera mous. Foremost among vious campaign, is well ex- Sept. 9 he said truthfully that five dollars more for a Chev-

j i new-made dam of earth? them: emplified by the Democratic the showdown with Soviet rolet car, another nickel fora

At adult murderers who fire How to restore civic or- slogan "Let Us Continue." Russia over the armament of loaf of bread: by paying _.

POTOMAC FEVER into cars at night and kill a, 1 i man merely because of the the degree, extent and which the President has prin- administration which long the productive machinery of
I color of his skin? At the dy- i desirability of fundamental should not be "continued." had planned on the basis the country.

By JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington Bureau namiters who almost daily change in American laws One is the official policy'of that the Soviet would never

i are at work in Mississippi? and social economic practices glossing over both the truth moves missiles into this hem- GRANTED THERE are

.: : After Hurricane Dora you've got to wonder what sort of connections Sen. At a society that is rich and and the consequences of the isphere was dead and dan- some voters who, under-

Goldwater has. He says it might be a good idea to let the East Coast float out fat and yet which frets at the How to make such activities of the U.S. in South- gerously wrong." But then standing what they are up to,

to sea-and look what happens! country and yacht clubs and i changes with fidelity to the east Asia,. particularly in he flatly attributed the timingof would desire-at the expenseof
i M at extravagant cocktail parti I i constitutional system of the Viet Nam. the challenge to have "the foregoing today's extra

Barry continued his attack on the East when he spoke in Minneapolis. ies about paying taxes.Is division of public powers. maximum domestic political ice cream cone to have I
This is the new look in civil war-up and down instead of crossways. there a rebellion against How to preserve the anti- THE REPUBLICANS have impact" a few weeks be- free access to tomorrow's
-- a society which makes it difficult inflation i dikes from the provided no such verbal cap fore the congressional elections oxygen tent. What needs to

The Scoreboard at Dodger stadium flashed "Charge!I" when Goldwater rose for some teen-agers to J j growing pressures of special- sule by which the solemn of 1962. be said to such folk is that

to speak. When he described his tax cut plan it said "Charge It." find a useful place ..In't h' e i interest: groups with pr..efere. nonsense of their national A sensible accusation the equivalent can be had

workings of the society? tial political influence. candidates can be suggested. would have been limited to ;from private insurance schedules .
Lynda: Bird will represent LBJ at the Greek King's wedding. Poor pop. Now When will we get down to How to elevate the de- But the heading of the San the statement that the Kennedy i which give them a greater

he_ really has to get re-eleded-to pay for her travel wardrobe. finding out what it is in this j pressed private and public Francisco platform is a pret- administration was so variety of choice, and simultaneously -

.. -- affluent society that produces i moral standards, which are ty good ,substitute: "For a totally the captive of its 1 guard against the
:President Johnson says we're a nation of lovers. Well, at least, anybody so much sudden violence so particularly visible among Free People." Though the own misconception of Soviet ,;aggrandizement of that agency
who's ever pulled a beagle's ears knows we're a nation of puppy lovers. much evidence of long-pent- I the young people of the.Umted freedom of the American Individual aims in this hemisphere that'i i the state, which H. L.

-- up resentments or frustra-l States. is increasingly re- it almost fatally delayed the ]Mencken so correctly identified l

Rep. William Miller wants the Johnsons to sell their TV station., Typical tions on the part of several And in foreign pol- stricted by the growth of a measures by which the missile ; as the common enemyof

Republican short-sightedness! What would the GOP have for an issue in the thousand-hi- slums. or on re- 1 icy.and its conduct -.bow L lo federal bureaucracy which installations 'on Cuba '< all "well disposed,{decen te$'
1968 campaign 1Ii' sort beaches. TT

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;j1 Drivers Should Know Their 'Point ofd1Vo Return' :

i j '\ Third of Six Artices that indicate potentially dan side without warning, we might I they'd all go left or right, and ning, and we'd better watch wheel, we knew he was coming, out for him and the cars around
,< \\ There is an, aviation term gerous situations, and to avoid !startle them into t urn 11'". intous. try to pass. The third one has that car in case it pulls! out I even before he moved. him. If he piles them up, TO MY SON
{. : that every driver ought t o blundering into trouble and past ; Better give them a light moved over at last, and on we in front of us without warning. It's a good idea to watch they're the cars we'll have to

"I know, and that is, the "point the point of no return.To touch of the horn, then wait to go.Things Just like that.' Never looked those front wheels on oncoming avoid. THE TEEN-AGE
I ,I of no return." illustrate what I mea n see which way they go to get look pretty clear now, back to check before he pulled traffic. The wheels always turna Now what's this in front of

let's take an ordinary tri v e out of the way. ,'but if you notice up ahead on away from the curb. Good fraction of a second before us? Goes fast, then sl'w, then DRIVERby
l t In flying, it is that point in Just as I thought. One turned the right side of the street, thing we were ready. Of coursewe the follows.
, f across town, to see what has car Tips you off then slow, weaves a lit-
1' \i a flight, just beyond the halfway to be done to stay this side of right, one turned left, and the there's smoke coming from the had a warning. We were on sudden left turns, or helps tle..Young mother, it looks Henry Gregor Fefeea Jon

( i mark, where if an emergency the point of no return. Everything third one hasn't decided yet. tailpipe of the green sedan. watching his left front tire. The you gauge how someone coming, like, trying to drive with a I the street. Don't depend on
.\ i occurs it is a shorter Good thing we didn't assume distance to the airplane's destination that is going to happenon you a is young one loose, in the front anything rightFrom
I than back to the home this "drive" has happened I .L. I going to hold on his own side seat, a smaller one in one arm,
field. to me at one time or 2nother. A n X of the road. I a i cigarette in her left hand. ( the boo k, TO MY

I 1 There is no reason why they Now we're in traffic, and Looks like the bigger child is :SON, THE TEEN-AGE DRI
i In driving situations, too, couldn't all happen on a single watching out for the cars we I crying and trying to hit her. :VER, published by 0 odd,
ir there is. a point of,no return. Ask for Mead & Company, Inc. Copy-
Trouble ought to stay away from. The Maybe we'd better change
'it" It is the point where, no mat trip.We walk out to the car as red one, making those erratic I streets before we do too. Can'tcount I right 1964, by Henry Gregor
ter how skilled the driver .
or Felsen.)
it stands in the then lane changes without a signal.
how fast his reflexes, there is driveway, on to drive with other
J walk all around it. Just as I Cutting in front of other cars traffic in mind. She doesn't NEXT More dangers on the
not time
or enough to
avoid disaster.space thought. The little neighbor boy With Some Teen DriversBy with inches to spare. \\atch know there are, any other cars ride across town.

has left his wagon behfpd' the P..,.. .a ..
If you were driving down the right real wheel of the car-
street at 25 miles an hour, anda with his baby brother in it. JIM McGUIRK McDonald can simply transfer'defines "complete control" as + p 4 C
child suddenly jumped in Sun Staff Writer the to the certain
We move the baby to a safe case over regular being you, won't havean
front of your car, the fastest! and cancel ambu Parents should maintain tight court system and the child faces accident.In .
place one
reflexes in the world could< not
control over their teenager'suse trial like an adult.
lance call we'd have made if some situations, a parentis e
turn that car faster than that we didn't remember we have a of cars, according to Lt.!. But the average youth facing just asking for trouble, Con-
car, with its steering ratio, lot of little neighbor childrenand Ed Conerly of the Gainesville juvenile charges ,can. expect 'erly feels. Ti
be turned could Y
can nor
you they have to be checkedon Police Department. highly individualized treatment.In I Not only does the officer advise -'
that in shorter distance
stop car a -
before we back up. Conerly, a veteran of 13 yearsof a minor case, he probably knowing who the teenagerlikes ..
than that car, with its
brakes, can be stopped at that 'We back safely into the full time traffic safety won't even appear before Judge to pal around with, he
speed street and start up. Do you work, believes such tight con- McDonald, only see juvenile;warns of groups of teen-agers
see what I see? Fifty yarn trol will cut the number of teen counselor Werner Huth.If I piling into a car and taking off.

Not only you. Not too long ahead, a mother is trying to traffic wrecks. I the boy or girl does go be- I "Sometimes, a big car load
ago in England, the world'schampion catch a small running child. The law backs up Conerly'ssuggestion fore Judge McDonald, he'll be of kids will do things together
racing driver, 29- They're on their own lawn with a number of facing a man who feels "an they wouldn't normally do oth- t X V Y .rq A '
year-old, Mike Hawthorne, went now, but where will he oe whenwe varied penalties for the lax par overdose of punishment can be erwise," he warns. ..x.r .
into skid
a on a wet country
get there? ent. worse than an underdose := When his own son was a
road, crashed and died.
Just as I thought. He's mak- Among them areA : three weeks without a driver's young driver, Conerly says he
Somehow, on an ordm a r y license can be wonderful; 60 never permitted the youth to
ing a screaming dash for the standard traffic offense,
drive on an ordinary road this days can be the straw that take a group of his pals in the
street, looking back over his "allowing an unauthorized per-
most skilled driver, at the I "
shoulder. Don't madame, is levied broke the camel's back.
worry son to drive, which car.But w
wheel of a sports car, the child
parent relationship -
we've stopped and won't start against who lends his Judge McDonald will even
II passed the point of no return- anyone is a
an awfully strained -
and died.. up again until. you catch the car to a driver who is under assign the youthful transgressor -
one where safe driving is
little mons..man. age, doesn't have a license, or to write a paper on "whya
The test of a good driver is Good thing we handsignaledfor for some other reason shouldn'tbe young man should obey thelaw" concerned. :.
not how he drives into-a n d a slow-down the moment we driving. and suspend the youth'sdriver's Several things add to the tension .a F %
possibly out dangerous sit- saw the child. That car in backof license until the paperis go
uations. The test of a good driver us might have hit us if we -Civil penalties. In some sit- completed.What "One of the worst things is
is his uations, a parent,could be liableto the who brag about
ability to recognize had made a panic stop withouta the anxious parents
f the signs of road and traffic chance to signal.On a lawsuit stemming frim hischild's can parentdo their bad driving. They talk
to keep from winding in
wreck. up
again, and now what? about how they drove fro m
We're overtaking three 1.oys on -Juvenile court penalties. juvenile court? here to Jacksonville in 62 min- County Judge H. H. McDonald
"lays down the law" to a youth brought before I
time child under 17 Lt. won't single out
Any a getsin I Conerly
bikes, in Little League uniforms utes that's good suppertime him for a traffic violation.Sims .
r : drinking Cokes out'' of trouble in.,Florida, his case any particular ages for allow- conversation. .
uLLhome bottles as they pedal homeward is referred to the local juvenile ing a teen-ager uncontrolled use "Well, that kid he's listen-

down the middle of the street.If authorities who are headed by of a car -the decisions are m. e". Arrested in I
we try to pass on either the County Judge in a special mostly dependent on common "Then, when the kid starts Shooting coMpARCompare
capacity as Judge of the Juvenile sense.
driving fast, the parent ,
An 83-year
old Negro hotel in the chest and arm. He
Court. "You can't tell me the aver-
'You know better than that, I
protection at Cardinal Thus, parents with a child under -age parent can usually tell taught you better than that.. keeper, Jack Dunbar, 132 NW is held for investigation of as-
less cost with a 17 who gets in traffic trou- whether their kid can be trust- Conerly's advise is to let the 45th St., has been arrested in sault with a deadly weapon.

Homeowners Policy Improving ble are liable to find themselves ed with an auto." driver education teacher do the the shooting of Frank Sims at a Sims' condition was undetermined

Contact me today! making explanations to County Statistically years from 18 to teaching"he's paid to get hotel at that address this morn- at Alachua General Hos-
ROME (AP) The conditionof Judge H. H. McDonald.Lost 21 or 22 are the bad ones for those ulcers." pital. However, he was reported -
117 N.E. James Francis Cardinal Mc- time and embarrassment teen-age wrecks, Conerly says. "I think that parents are usu- ing. conscious. The bullet which

> 15th Ave. Intyre, Roman Catholic arch- generally are Judge McDonald's "The teen-ager realizes that ally poor instructors because of Dunbar is accused of shooting struck him in the chest went

bishop of Los Angeles, was only real weapons against the he has quick reflexes, good :their lack of patience." through, and apparently causedno

PhoneFRanklin described as "slightly better" parents of such an under age depth perception and his man- His best advice to a parent Tax Man Hits serious damage.
today. traffic law violator. euverability with a car is good. .trying to teach good driving to Gainesville police officers said King Edward

The 78-year-old cardinal The Judge can't fine the par- "He wants to put it on display -I his child is, "shut up." PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) they were called to the hotel by
2-0444 collapsed Monday during cere- ents but he does require at show what a good driverhe Otherwise, he warns, "the kid Dunbar to settle a disturbance Deluxe with any
monies opening the third sessionof least one to accompany their is and overdoes it." gets upset and the parent gets The Internal Revenue Service between Sims and a woman. cigar selling at
the Vatican Ecumenical youth on his visit to the Judge."I The teen going through this ; .tJ"Unless intruded Monday on the jubila- They said when they arrived
Ralph Turlington Council in St. Peter's. point it out to the parent phase thinks, "Brother, I've you can control your- million tion of the in 1,992 winners of $1.4 they heard shots and fo und 100 or 2/25C and up!

PC2IOIS Aides said he was over-tired .- very strongly where the got this auto just where I wantit. self, leave them alone." Saturday's running of Sims wounded.

STATE FARM from his trip from Los Angelesand first error was made," Judge( I've got complete control of Conerly says the best way to the stakes.New Hampshire sweep-
Uututl AirtomofclU fllIUl'W'Cemptiw, '--I suffered from the heat in .McDonald says. i this car." he officer charges. teach: your child is to give him I
I, MMM OHlMi UoomltftM,Jllinoi* the basilica. For the child, the ranee of Actually, Conerly argues thatno instructions before he starts the District director Charles W. Only At JJ.

possible punishments is wide. one ever has compete control I car, never say a word while< Emlet said Kfa&era ate tofct>\e(

II In extreme situations, Judge o{ Ms auto and ConerYy ;he's driving, and discuss his' for taxes ranging irom $23 ford I ERASE TYPING ERRORS

t I mistakes after he stops. \ the $200 winners to $65,000 for a(
: And he concedes that it isn't single person winning the top EASILY A *vzm* ama

I GasoeunLeTsOaYOs. I People in the News I easy. money of 100000. When

< 1 NEW YORK AP) Mrs. doctors have promised that "he I you ueA
It' I I"t John F. Kennedy, who moved to will be home in December in r "
I New York City to get the privacy time to play Santa Claus," says
C} LIKEI she couldn't find in Washington his wife, Joan. I
WILL went in the middleof Mrs. Kennedy passed the t _
;1 boating : NOW Ii ,%5iACFRASE
town and caused hardly a word to 600 of the Democraticsenator's ;: ;:!. 1 rA )
ripple. supporters Monday .....' LJ oAt"i ... '. .,

USINGnatural The president's widow, son I night at a meeting in Cheshire, : ,- PAPERS I

John Jr., and daughter Caroline to open Kennedy's campaignfor {M
took out a row boat on the lake re-election. L
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Mrs. Kennedy handled the back June 19 in a plane crash. I lit,*.*.:*??*. rJvsvX I I21ml[: !! 111 llm I L"

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1 hastily unlimbered his camera.It The deputy chamberlain of :
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Way to Bake-Off FinalsBy

== i ; JO WERNE TODAY, September 15
: : THE -
: f fflfflILY Special to the San Tea complimenting Miss

Edwinna :M Il.r p hey, fiancee
MIAMI Mrs. Anna Y.
Lup- .
of, Verley: J. Spivey of
kiewicz of Gainesville mixed i.'f
Ruth Weimer Women'i Editori' upa Jacksonville, 4 to 5:30: p. m.,
:: .. couple batches of her desert- rules the underworld
!Mrs. John W. Hoover and jantzen
on-a-stick recipe with all the ...
,. her daughter, Miss Rose .
confidence of a woman in her : : '-= -
.,. Hoover, 2107 NW Fourth /:
Two Give
Hostesses .
own kitchen., i ,... >- '
.' .. Place.. ,4,
).\: ., r
But this "kitchen" contained ..1 ..- : Buffet
: :: supper
' = 100 electric: ranges, 100 cooks, -:1. ...... : ..-.Wi\1J. : : Betty Ann Sisler and

! Pre-nuptial Coffee and several hundred spectators ) \' : her fiance, Thomas D. Riderof ,'.-

enough to make the most sea- : : : : Minneapolis, 6:30 p.m. ti

Miss Martha Jane Edwards I arrangement of pink flowers, soned cook go batty. it" : "i Mr. and Mrs. John F. Baxter I.rr .

of Irvine, fiancee of Doug Davis ivy and grapes forming the All Mrs Lupkiewicz did was and Mr and Mrs. Paul Tar-

Valdosta, Ga., was honored floral decorations.Mrs. smile, grin, laugh, and mix: upa ._ : ':._..::',: -.. .-;,.,:": .-- rant'at the' Baxter home.,
with a coffee Saturday when M. M. Parrish and Mrs. marvelous looking and smell- ; 1917 NW 12th Road.
Mrs. Harold R. Gertner and Walter Murphree presided at ing { WEDNESDAY, September 16 10..
her daughter, Miss Lima Gert- the silver coffee service and desert.Prize Is $25,000 t JJii I Luncheon feting Miss Edwina '* "

ner, entertained Sat u r d ay Mrs. W. C. Thomas Jr. and She's one of the finalists in I Murphey,. bride elect
morning at their home. Mrs. Edwin W. Peck poured Pillsbury's 16th grand national oj'Verley J.' Spivey of Jacksonville -

Receiving with the hostesseswere punch. recipe and baking; contest being : 12:30: p.m., Mrs. E.
the bride-to-be and her Assisting in the hospitalitieswere held in Florida for the first timeat LPierce, 1822 NW Seventh
.' mother, Mrs. L. K. EdwardsJr. Miss Elizabeth Edwards,' the Americana Hotel in Bal Place.
of Irvine. sister of the honoree, and Miss Harbour. Tea honoring Mrs. John

Greeting guests were Mrs. Jeanne Philpott. Grand prize in the annual Scarritt, ,rece bride, 4 to '
: Spurgeon Cherry and Mrs. Ben Corsages of white chrysanthemums event is a check: for $25,000. p.m., Mrs.William A.
0. Franklin.The were presented to Miss The charming lady from Jr., mother of.the. bridegroom 6J'
; serving table, laid with Edwards and her mother by Gainesville is representing: Florida i Gainesville Golf
-- a pink cloth was appointed in the hostesses, who also gave in the senior division.Seventeenyearold Country Club.THURSDAY .
pink and lavendar with a lowII the bride-elect a gift of silver. Janis Boy- September'

kin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.B. : Coke party honoring Mi ss
I C. Boykin of Melbourne, is Martha Jane Edwards of Ir- 1
Calendar Of
i Events Florida's contestant in the jun- a'A vine, bride elect of Doug

ior division.' Davis, Valdosta, Ga., 10:30to
TODAY, September 15 Wesley Lambert, 3423 N.w.1 'It's all so wonderful." said 4 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Spurgeon = I

: P. K. Yonge PTA. 7:30 Senior Girl Scout Meeting, i Mrs. Lupkiewicz as she unwrap- .......- Cherry and Mrs. 'Percy I
p.m., School Auditorium, pre- 8 p.m. Girl Scout House 810 ped candy caramels and drop- Mrs. Anna Lupkiewiez, pictured above' in her own Beard at the former's home,
ceeded by meetings of Board NW Eighth Street. ped them into a double boiler. kitchen, was 'just relaxed yesterday as she baked 2203 NW 'Ninth Place.

.: of Directors and 'parents of UF Engineering Dames, 8 "These have been the most her way through the 16th annual National' Pillsbury FRIDAY, September 18

-... eleventh grade students, 7 p.m., University W 6 m en's thrilling three days in my whole Bake-Off in the ballroom of the Americana Ho- Coffee feting Miss Edwinna \
Club, Bill Richardson, guest life. Yes, I've got butterflies, tel, in Miami. The city homemaker was a finalist in Murphey fiancee of Verle y

-=: pjn.Delta Gamma Alumnae, 8 : speaker. but I'm not as nervous as I the contest, which was won by the only other 'Flori- J.- Spivey of Jacksonv i 11 e ,

"j p.m., Mrs. S. Doyle Webb, THURSDAY, September 17' thought I'd be." dian 17-year old Janis Boykin Melbourne,. whose 10 ajn., Mrs. Frank Lee,

3806 SW 5th Place.Architecture Agriculture' Dames, 8 pjn., 'Somebody Special' "peachessy pie" took the $25,000 prize Ocala Road.
Dan Hall Conference The best part of the contestis I
McCarty zeroed in her
: tographer on at
and Fine Arts f Y 1t
a wi i
W Dames, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. David Girl Room Scout, Second Prairie Rtcm.Neighborhood cial feeling," said"like the attractive somebody mother spe-- the most unexpected 'momentS.She MR.. 4!'%
o Wilmot, 1232 NW 36th Drive. of three, who will receive a looked as though she al-
Meeting, 10 a. m., had the
Business and Professional'' ways press lookingover S
Women, 7 p.m., Primruse Inn. Girl Scout House, 810 NW new pastel General Electric : her shoulder while she -f- !i t-:. ,....
: 8th Street. range, .a colorful Pillsbury cob baked. + ..
*": WEDNESDAY, September 16 Delta Delta Delta Alum- bIer apron,' and several trinketsin The I \.;; -

Gainesville Bridge Club, nae, 8 p.m., Mrs. Guy Fulton addition to the all,- expense ,Melbourne junior was contestant not as relaxed from I'm :;not 'all wet, -,-
7:30 Holiday Inn. paid trip to Miami Beacli.. I
pjn. 2734 SW 4th PIa ct' ,
about : either
the whole G.M.B.L.
thing. Lookingas has
University City Bridge Club, Gainesville New comers: Mrs. Lupkiewicz's desert is a .
7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW Benefit Bridge, 7:30 p. m., pineapple spear on a pcpsicle nervous as a girl on her first'I paid .lz l dividends with the bra tt air' r .t'

15th Terrace. Recreation Center. stick, wrapped in a cookie: ,'prom ,date, Janis protestedshe" I I since19 91! fits better than any you've ever worn!
.. dough, baked and dipped in wasn't "just'busy. :
Engineering Dames, 8 Golden Age Club, 1 'I
p.m. p.m. When she put ,her first pie
melted bit
caramel and more
University Women's C 1 u b- City Recreation Center. sprinkled in the oven-contestants You don't need a padded bra, but you'd like just a

,. house Old Newberry Road. Girl Scout Prairie Neigh nut.with She decided chopped not nuts to take of coco-: 'bake up to four times- she may relaxed shaping. What to do? Leave it to Jantzen! They've lined these
any fill them out
University of Florida Law borhood meeting, 10 a.m. chances, and brought her a bit and searcht.d out bra cups with just enough Dacron quilting to
Dames, 8 p.m., Law School, Girl Scout House, 810 N W popsicle sticks. own TV Personality Art Linkletter perfectly,make them fit beautifully,give you a naturally lovely
n Room 121.University. Eighth Street. "It's a good thing I did be- for his autograph.And look.And the under-the-bust band is elasticized with LYcra5spandex
Woodmen of the W o rId, Janis couldn't stop grin for round-the-body stretch that adapts to almost every
cafise look what GainesvilleMutual
of Florida Business Camp Five, 7:30 p.m. I.O.O.F. was provided : blend of Dacron-cotton-nylon
ning when Phillip W. Pills- In a no-iron
I for me.she laughed show- V' figure type.
Administration Dames, 8 V
Hall. Chairman of the Boardof smooth all day:
Worn en'sio ing her audience a bunch of bury, that stays fresh and
-p.m., University FRIDAY, September 18 barbecue skewers. the sponsoring company, ask- sizes 32.36A, 32-38 B and C.
:! Club West Road. '
Newberry Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 Always An Audience eed her to pose for'' a picture BUILDING and .

I University of Florida Jour- a.m., Holdiay Inn. Mrs. L u pkiewicz always which he snapped himself. LOAN ASSOCIATION }' $3.95
nalism and Communications United Church Wo men, seemed to have an audience Janis' recipe is for peach 217 N.E. 1st St. 1 Floor
4 Dames, 7:45: pjn., Mrs. Robert Morning Group, 10 a. m., around her range. pie, chosen for its unusual spicy Foundations Shop2nd
Glafcke, 1514 NW 14th Evening Group, 7:30 p. m., Television comeramen and I flavor and cream cheese Ph. FR 6-6771 ,

.I Street. Holy church.Trinity E pis c: c pal newspaper reporters and pho- ;and custard filling. I

University of Florida Educa-
SATURDAY, September
tion Dames 8 Dean and
American Association f
o AAUW CoffeeSet ChurchCircles
Mrs. Melvin Baker, 1220 NW Member d
University Women, a r
18th Avenue.St. dd
Coffee 10 Until b
ship a.m. SaturdayMembership
Joan's Circle of St. Pat- noon, UF Faculty Club, Old I
I rick's Church, 8 p.m., Mrs. Newberry Road. I Ii coffee of theAmerican ,
i Association of Univer-
S / sity Women has been planned
for Saturday from 10 a.ni. until TODAY, September 15
JM1'Oklrr noon. St. Patrick's Catholic: ChurchSt.

The coffee will take place! at Anne's Circle, 1:30 p.m., ALE-AmTH
the UF Faculty Club, West New- Mrs. Robert Myers, 2901 SW

Todd Charles Weeks is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs berry Road, rather than at the 4th Court.
James Weeks for their son, born September 12 at Alachua home of Mrs. B. W. Webb as I First Lutheran Church la- ,
General Hospital.The scheduled. i dies Guild

baby is the maternal grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Rachel Circle, 7:30 p.m., "
Joseph Gonzalez of Miami and the paternal grandson of Mr. UF Dames Mrs. Clifford Lofgren, 1321 ': Chance of a Lifetime

and Mrs. C. J. Weeks of Agana, Guam. List NW 31st Drive.

meeting of" the UF -Engineering _
FYI. Dames will be held .to SAVE-SAVE
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Wednesday at 8 pjn. in the University

Women's Club, West H ,
With the Gainesville Club Season just around the corner: Newberry Road. Guest speakerwill
here is a reminder for all press and publicity chairmen. be Bill Richardson of Rob.ertson's
Deadline for publication of club notices: Jewelry Store. SAVE f

Sunday: Wednesday Noon An invitation is extended to all I
Daily: 8:30: a.m. day of publication. Preferably all releases -wives of engineering students. SAVE *60 \
should be submitted to the Women's Departmentthe : / :
to those who
especially are new IMS I Il
precceding day of publication by noon. on the university I I V+" New Touch & Sew ;jx.
campus. 'V
Calender of Event notices should be submitted the day be- II '
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fore 'blication, r earlier. Cards for calendar club events I l
are mailed.available at the Sun Women's department and may be Golden AgeClub : thought we'd better let desk chine (model! Exclusive 600)) in a :

know we're goingto
All stories must be submitted in typewritten form, dou- Meeting you SINGER Feature-the '

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Because of the heavy volume of club news, one story Recreation Center Thursday at observance of a religious : >

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(! ( News of [! By Josephine LOwmw' Jif2, .-.. .i
: : Speoial'Interes.t j >,< f jih/d) .. it''i, \. '"

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f To the / Grow r
Colored Why
{. _. Community : .

< ..i...' TODAY, September 15
j News items for this page should he submitted to Colored News Editor Ben F. Childs
Tea Miss
.... complimenting
526 NW 8th St. by mail or by phone at FR 6-5753. Do not send news directly to the Gainesville -
.. Sun office. i Old? Murphey,
I' cee of Verley J. Spivey of

J 1 __ I Jacksonville; 4 to 5:30 p. m., underworld
( :_ AILING AT HOME |motored to Jacksonville on last and afternoon worship, 3:30 Mrs. John W. Hoover and jantzen rules the
a, Mr. Markham of N.W. 8t h Sunday combining business and >jn. Elder Rufus Armstrong; her daughter, Miss Rose
St., father of Mrs. Isabell Bradley pleasure. (Mrs. Nellie Moore, pastor; Mrs. Mary Hall, reporter. Extra Pep Important Hoover, 2107 NW Fourth

f of N.W. 8th Street is ailing reporter Brooker.) Place. A,
1- 1
s at his home. Miss Mary L. Smith and Buffet honoringMiss
Factor I In SuccessMost supper
fi I Mr. Williams, father of Mrs. Miss Annie Mae Douglas, of Mt. Morioh Baptist '- Choir Betty Ann Sisler and

y Mattie Williams of N.W. 8th Albany, Ga., were guests o f No. 2 will have its rehearsal her fiance, Thomas D. Riderof
I .::.*Street, is also ailing at his Miss Douglas' relatives i n Thursday, 7 p.m. and there will of the world's great i I unimportant. Minneapolis 6:30

home. Gainesville on last Sunday.Mr. be prayer meeting today at have had one thing in common: If you would like to have Mr., and Mrs. John F. Baxter p.m.

I .. Their friends hope that they and Mrs. Robert H. Mc- 7:30: p.m. Gertrude L. Fox superlative energy! my leaflet "Pep" send astampe'd and Mr and Mrs. Paul Tar- ,
Donald of Deland arrived This extra margin' of energy self-addressed enve-
will soon be well. yes- worth, president; Mrs. Gallic rant at the Baxter home
I\ terday as guests of Mr. Mc- Brooks, director; -Willa Dean leads to enthusiasm, courage, lope with your request for NW 12th Road. ;
1917 ;
< 1 NOTICE Donald's relatives here and Foxworth, reporter. imaginative creative thinking, leaflet number 56 to Josephine, I
WEDNESDAY, September 16
The United Church Worn en High Springs for a fortnight. vibrant personality'and a stu- Low maD in care of The ysh
Miss Ed-
Luncheon feting
.'. will meet in- an Executive Ses- Charles Young of St. Peters- CalendarOf pendous amount of work. Gainesville Sun.PKY winna Murphey bride electof
burg, passed through the Uni- Low vitality is very likely to -
sion on Friday, Sept 18, at 10 Verley J. Spivey of Jacksonville -
a.m. at Holy Trinity Episcopal versity City yesterday en routeto cause one to be apprehensive School
12:30 Mrs.
Edward Waters College at sensitive, irritable, pessimistic, p.m.
'I: Church. The evening services
EventsTODAY L. Pierce, 1822 NW Seventh
I Jacksonville.Miss exhausted and ineffective. There
is scheduled at 8 p.m. Will I Have Place.
I ___ Cora Young, of Ocala have been, and are, those ex-
Tea honoring Mrs.: John
r passed through the UniversityCity ceptional people who, are lifted
\ PTA Scarritt, recent bride, 4 to 6p.m.
yesterday en route to Lincoln September 14 past physical handicaps by MeetingP.
; The Waltonaires, sin g e r s any ., Mrs. William A. PepperJr.
wili Business College at Jack- the fire of their ideas and ideals,
'J j from High Springs, appear sonville. Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae K. Yonge parents and ., mother of the bride-
I but these are in the minority.
in a musical program at the Mrs. Helen West return e d Club, 8 p.m., Chapter House, teachers will consider the role groom, Gainesville Golf and
I : Mt. Herman Baptist Chur: c h here from Hampton, Va., where 820 Panhellenic Drive. Many of the world's great I of the PTA at their opening Country Club.THURSDAY .

,: {.. -' on Sunday at 5 p.m. she was called because of busi- American Association Uni- were blessed with the gift of meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. September 17 h ,
-. versity Women, Board meet- abundant energy at birth. Those i in the school auditorium.A Coke party honoring Mi ss .

.i MEETING SET ness.Mrs... Mille Goins flew yester- ing 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Paul H. who were not so fortunate were group of University of.Florida Martha Jane Edwards of Ir-

: The Pallbearers' Lodge No. day to New York, N.Y., on a Hanna, 1523 NW 12th Road. 'keenly aware of the importanceof students, under the direction vine, bride elect of Doug

\ .* 113 will hold its meeting at the brief visit and outing with her Men's Garden Club, 8 p.m, hoarding their smaller store of Bernard Murphy will, Davis, Valdosta Ga., 10:30to s=

1, regular meeting place today at aunt, Mrs, Mary H. Norwood, Guaranty Federal Community 'and reinforcing it in every pos- present i socio drama illustrating 12:30: p.m. Mrs. Spurgeon 7 _y l
.:I 8 p.m. The dues are to be paid and other relatives. Room. sible way. Some of them work- the possible roles of the I Cherry and Mrs. Percy

Is at the meeting.. :. Elder ,Days, pastor of the Women of the Moore, 8 :ed only a few hours a day and PTA. Discussion will follow. I Beard at the former's home,
Church of God in Christ at Ar- p.m., MooseHome. I spent the rest of the time build- An opportunity for meetingnew 2203 NW Ninth Place.

AILING IN HOSPITAL cher, was a business visitor Gainesville Bridge Club, 'ing vitality because they realized : teachers and parents will FRIDAY, September 18
,1 ; Mrs. Julia Worthy is ailing' here recently. 7:30 p.m., Recreation Center. that they needed this lift in ]be offered at a social hour following Coffee feting Miss Edwinna _

: In the Alachua General Hospital Rev. Haile, of Alachua, was J. J. Finley PTA, 7:30 p.m. order to do creative thinking. ] the program. Murphey fiancee of Verle y

Friends hope she will soon I guest of his relatives and "Back to School Meet The great'scientist, Darwin, The Board of Directors will J. Spivey of Jacksonv i 11 e ,

r be well again, friends in Gainesville recently.ANNIVERSARY Your Teachers," at the school. was a frail man who gave serious meet at 7 p.m. in the Teach- 10 a.m., Mrs. Frank Lee,
consideration to avoiding ers' Lounge. Ocala Road. 31t

: COLLEGE DAY PLANNED TUESDAY, September 15 'leaks in his energy.Wasting t j jI

The Alachiia County Chapterof The celebration of the Friendship Delta Gamma Alumnae, 8 Energy = i 3 .

I I Bethune-Cookman Col 1 e ge Choirs Union Fifteen t h p.m., Mrs. .S. Doyle Webb, .I Let's forget the world's great MR. 4V2 %

Alumni Association, invites you Anniversay will begin Thursday 3806 SW 5th Place.Architecture for the moment and think about

I" to join in its observance of Sept. 17 at 8 p.m. at Greater and Fine Arts you and me. Are we wastingour

Bethune-Cookman College Day, Bethel A.M.E. Church. F. G. Dames, 8 p.m., Mrs. D a v id store of energy in Unhealthy t...., -.
1 Sunday Sept. 20, at 3 p.m., at Wingate, president will be in Wilmot, 1232 NW 36th Drive. physical habits or dam- $ .' it.
V, Bartley Temple M.E. CHhurch. Business and Professional : .
charge. aging emotional attitudes? Are
I'm all
An has Women 7 Primrose I not wet, .i
f interesting program The p.m., Inn.
program as follows: we wasting the precious stuff of
= been Carver Portlock either! G.M.BL has \
I planned. Thursday at 8 p. m. The Progressive WEDNESDAY, September 16 which life is made by fretting f
| executive secretary Bethune- 4 V2 % dividends i .[
Choirs Union will feature Gainesville Bridge Club, over nonessentials? I paid wiih toe brat .a
i Cookman College N: a t i o nal '
*. Alumni i Association, will deliv the program. Friday at 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. i It takes a lot of living to learn I since 1959! fits better than any you've ever worn!
a 8 p. m. will be Guest Choirs University City Bridge Club, that most of the things we worry
< the main address. Portlock I
;I is er well night and they will feature the 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW about do not happen, that You don't need a padded bra but you'd like just a bit more .
speaker as
y a dynamic 15th Terrace. small do? Leave it to Jantzen! They've lined these
civic and religious program. Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. ; petty disappointments, shaping. What to
as an outstanding -
I'l .' leader. Andrew R. Mickle Henderson and his congrega- Engineering Dames, 8 p.m., failures and little injustices are Y.v bra cups with just enough Dacron quilting to fill them out

president, Alachua County tion, St. Peters Baptist Church University Women's C 1 u b- I not really important and that it i perfectly make them fit beautifully,give you a naturally lovely

Chapter, B.C.C. will conduct a special service. house Old Newberry Road. I is downright sinful to spend en- look.And the under-the-bust band is elasticized with Lycra '

\ The public is invited .to all, ser- THURSDAY, September 17 ergy on them. It takes a lot of Gainesville spandex for round-the-body stretch that adapts to almost every

LACROSSE NEWS vices. Agriculture Dames, 8 p.m., living to recognize the potentialities figure type. In a no-iron blend of Dacron-cotton-nyloa. .
This will be the fifteen t h for beauty all about us ev- fresh and smooth aU day:
V To Conduct Joint Services Dan McCarty Hall, Confer- MutualBUILDING that stays .
The following pastors and anniversary that Brother F. G. ence' Room, Second Rccm. ery day and to get our values sizes 32.36A, 32-38 B and C.
will Wingate has served as presi- Girl Scout Prairie straightened out.Tremendous.
"ITtheir congregation c o nf'duct Neighborhood and $3.95

t joint services at the Be- dent.Mrs. Meeting, 10 a. m., FactorAn LOAN ASSOCIATION .
=thel A. I.E. Church: Rev. F. D. Shannon, secre- Girl Scout House, 810 NW 217 N.E. 1st St. Floor

,Banks, today at 8 p.m.; and tary; Mrs. A. M. Pridgen, program 8th Street. extra measure of pep is a Ph. FR 6-6771 Foundations .Shop2nd ,
,.* also Rev. Anderson Wednesday chairman; Mrs. G. L. Delta Delta Delta Alum- tremendous factor in achieving

.. Sept. 16. The public is in- Souder, reporter. nae, 8 p.m., Mrs. Guy Ful- success in a career, a marriageor -. ,
vited. ton, 2734 SW 4th Place. individual happiness. It is

CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Gainesville Newcomers just as important for us as it is v' d, T

NOTICEThe Benefit Bridge, 7:30 p. m., for the world's great to spend
Mt. Siani Baptist Association Mt. Pleasant M e tho dist- Recreation Center. our inherited amount of vital-

1 will convene Sept. 24-27 There will be mid-week Prayer FRIDAY 18 ity in ways which are reward- dT
at the Mt. Bethel Bapt i s t Services today 7:30 p.m.; the Gainesville ing, the less we have the more
Church' with Rev. G. G. Mc. Children's Choir will have its Bridge 9a.m. essential that we spend carefully. -

Arthur moderator, at Starke.. rehearsal tomorrow, 4:30 p.m. Holdiay Inn. .
Rev. A. Vinson, pastor.MEN'S and also the Youth Choir will Why not determine not to be
have its rehearsal, 6 p.m.; and upset by petty details and hectic

DAY WILL END Choir No. 1 will have its re- BridgeClub. happenstance? SALE

Men's Day at the S h d y heasal Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Guard your store of energy III ATi-ON

,Grove Primitive Bapt i s t Rev. W.M. Ferguson, pastor. with a fine diet enough sleep

Church will terminate on Sept.' Mt. Carmel Baptist-There and relaxation, exercise, laughter -
'wiU be mid-week Meditation
27, Sunday. and gratitude for just being
in Services today, 7:30: p.m.; alive.
There will be a banquet
the of the : Youth Forum Wednesday, 7:30 Chance of Lifetime
dining room Shady Don't throw away that pre- a
Grove Primitive Baptist Churchon I p.m., and also both C h o i rs cious stuff in ways which are
behalf of the church Sept Nos. 1 and 2 will rehearse and NotesBy

26 at 8 p.m. Ushers' Board will meet 8 p.m.;
Teachers' Meeting Thursd a y, .-- --- -
PLANS MEETING 7:30 p.m.; and both Choi r s JOHN E. CRAPS \ -- : to SAVESAVE a
Nos. 1 and 2 will have' I II / :
The Petite Madinoselle Club I again Mrs. H. D. Putnam and I
their rehearsal Friday, Re v. II .
will hold its meeting at :
Mrs. H. L. Breland first s
home of Mrs. Susie Wood, of f: T.A. Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther -: II I
1606 S.E. 14th., Ave., today at t; W. Hamm reporter. place winners in the North- I I III If '
South direction in the Wednes-
8:30: p.mMrs.. Delores Phil East Side Church of God' g'S: SAE'
lips, reporter. in Christ-Church School 10 day evening master point II \
morning worship, 11:30: game of the Gainesville =\i .
a.m.; SAVE $60
and evening worship 7 Bridge Club with 79% match Nr
The Revival Meetings which I p.m. Elder J. C. Carter pastor. points. There were seven tables r New Touch & Sew

were held at the Mt. Pleasan t; Friendship Baptist-Sund a y and average for all pairs f Ilg-Izg Sewing Ma II

Methodist Church, came to a I School, 9:30: a.m.; morning wor- was 63. 1 chine (model 600)) in a, ,

close recently and were sue. ship, 11 a.m.; and evening wor- D. W. BowiAn! and R. A. j thought we'd better let desk! Exclusive .
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White, pastor.ArcherChurch. 69%, and Mrs. J. E, Moore be closed tuesdoy a PushButton Bobbin-
PERSONALS of God i in and Mrs. F. J. Hoffer were night and all day "
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Game y r Christ-Sunday School 10 a.m.; third with 68. Wednesday sept. 16, in : the bobbin fills right ; ;
and sons, Frank, Anthony and I moring wors hip 11 a.m.; 4 in the machine! /
Leonard, and Mrs. E m m s l Young People's Willing Work Mrs. W. T. Zeanah and Mrs.J. observance of a re- r

Smith all of Brooker, spen t l ers' Meeting, 6:30 p.m.; and F. Wharton led the East- Jigious holiday. come ., SINGERfun Power
the Labor Day weekend a t 1 t evening worship-8:30: p.m. El- West contingent with 77 match see us thursday to get ry-r "r Canister Vacuum

Umatilla. der Days, pastor; Mrs. Ruth points, followed by Miss Sybil I ready for the big week- Eztn-apadtr doposaWt tag
Mrs. Nellie Moore and chil. Jenkins reporter. Anderson and P. D. Gold- end. Now only $99 Ho-tip constnKtne

dren, Miss Emma Jean anc I Pilgrim Rest Church of Uni- hagen with 74, and Rufus I = STYLE-MATE*Zfc-Zaf Machit Handy attachments;

Charles Moore, all of Brooker t, ty-Church School, 10 a.m.; Heath and Van A. May with : twig = *i tow,km pnc !lZZM without Sale $3811
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I' /;;! :- 'Man-in-Space' DelayedI Disasters Strike ThreeFreighters ; 'Help Wanted-Men Or Women' I


I I; Hurricanes Sfrro tfnrk 3imns, I:o be considered for it along These are interpretations of The new law banned consid-
By Lightning i
By WILL LISSNER 1 with men. Even "Madameresident" the new law which e mer ge I eration of race, color, religion

NEW YORK-An office J may not be a fixture
manger from discussions among per and national origin in hiring,

< .cAP; KENNEDY (AP) mantled for Cleo and when tified the Titan 2 as ,a booster AP Disasters who has an eye for a of the musical comedy sonnel and industrial relations I assigning, promoting, firing or
MIAMI ( ) on retty girl will have to take a :stage. directors and counsel of Then at
I Lightning and hurricanes have Dora looked as if she would vehicle. legal pensioning employes. ,

dashed U.S. hopes for a manned strike Cape Kennedy full force, Other Gemini flights include the high seas left three men calculated risk after July, 1965, -Executive; trainin g programs -some of the country's top corp the last moment, some unreconstructed

'J, space flight this year. the rocket was fully dismai.tled. missons from four to 14 days, dead, six injured. two freighters when he ''advertises for a "sec- will be opened to women -orations at seminars being con supporter of rights

Dr. George E. Mueller, National It was re erected Monday. and docking and rendezvous gutted by ,fire and another etaryj' now almost universally ducted by the National Asso- for women stuck in a sleeper,

( Aeronautics and Space Mueller said the launch now with an Agena D rocket in aground. His ad, if ,run as it would be I excluded from them. ciation of Manufactures. "sex,"

now under the heading "Help -Barber shop owners betterbe
Administration associate administrator three dead
scheduled for the last three space. The crewmen were
was Wanted Female be in to take bar- PRE-SEASON SALE! Trade that old
would prepared lady
announced the manned mis- ,
The the from
Monday months in 1964. Most observers delay of the Spanish freighter Sierra -

manned Gemini miss.cn had say November will be tl'e soon- sion to next year is expected to .Aranzazu, last reported violation of the equal employ- bers' job applications with good space heater for TRANE

been postponed from December est the rocket can be ready. revise schedules for remaining Durn uncontrollably 50 miles ment opportunity provisions of grace and judge them by the CENTRAL HEATINGTHERMOSTATICALLY

I to sometime in'the. first 'three Gemini I the new federal Civil Rights way they handle razor and
; Before flights. off the eastern, tip of Cuba.
I months of 1965.Astronauts the lightning strike, The second manned mission, Law.. After next July such ads scissors not by the cut o 1 f CONTROLLED

tests had been completed of the Two of the crewmen were can no longer be addressed onlyto :their clothes. more heat lower fuel bills
the first three '
Virgil .1. Gus for
( ) now set
J rocket subsystems. A trial run CLEAN EFFICIENT no tmoke, smell, or dirt
-Men's clubs which
Grissom and John W. Young months in 1965 is to be a four dead when plucked from a life women< And if men apply I now COMPLETELY

have been selected to fly the of the entire rocket's tystems day trip with Astronauts JamesA. raft by the S.S. P.G Thulin, a they have to be consid l ed on have all-male staffs will n 0 guaranteed and ready for fu$5 85
I take place few
was to a days third an equal basis with women. longer be refuges for women-
1 two man spacecraft Ir. three McDivitt and Edward White Netherlands vessel. The lure air conditioning; as as

earth orbits. before the bolt struck. picked as primary crew. died as the rescue ship raced On the other hand, these are haters-for the staffs, at least, No money down Terms to suit your budget

Mueller said a lightning bolt, The unmanned flight is to Original plans called for three for Mathew Town in the Ba- other effects of the new law: will have to be open to women. FOR FREE ESTIMATE

which struck the Gemini pad on qualify the spacecraft. The first months spacing between the 12 hamas. Six other crewmen were -When a vice presidency is -Compulsory retirement for Ph 376-826 8 ALL AMERICAN
Aug. 17, 'damaging scores of Gemini launching in April l cer- Gemini flights. injured and 11 apparently. were open in your: company, spy capable -women at 62 will be outlawedwhen CO.

electronic diodes in the Titan 2 in good condition. women around will have the age for men is 65. Ucensed Bonded Insured

rocket, and the dismantling of _

the rocket for hurricane3 Cleo Open Violation of Laws There was some .speculationthat

the ship might have been
and Dora forced the delay. Son Starves

sabotaged by Cuban exile ,
I t The booster will launch an unmanned

Gemini spacecraft on a Called Peril by Turlington" groups fighting to overthrowthe ,. -

ballistic flight down the Atlan- Communist government of Parents I ___ t3tC -

tic. Pata from this firing is considered Constitutional government is to Sheriff Joe Crevasse for promoting Fidel Castro.

vital before a manned in the middle of a national trial, better citizenship and his Reports from Panama that _

mission is attempted. Rep. Ralph Turlington told work for the Florida Sheriffs' anti-Castro commandos attacked ChargedJACKSONVILLE _

The Titan 2 was partially dis- Gainesville Civitans Monday. Boys Ranch. a ship Sunday night could

z_ INVITATION TO BID Incidents where citizen* take "These are the times thai t not be confirmed elsewhere. (AP) A ,{'

-ef Notic County* Is hereby Commissioners given that of the Alacluia Board the law into their own hands can try many peoples' souls in Navy enlisted man and his 33- -

County,' Florida, hereby calls for and requests will bring "ultimate chaos anda deciding where to go in termsof Cause of the. fire aboard the year-old wife were under first :

to be purchased bids for the by said following! Board materials for and breakdown in the basic abiding by court decisions," 1,600 ton Sierra, Aranzazu, own- degree murder charges todayin _t'_ ..

on"Fuaiishing.behalfof Alaohua; concrete County, Florida reinforced: strength of our country," Tur. Turlington explained. "And this ed by the Companie Maritime the death of their 3-year-old I

pipe .And pipe arch for the !period beginning lington said. is the thing to be feared most Del Norte of Madrid, could not son by starvation.

October 14 M, and ending His talk related to the when be determined. The ship report- '" _
September, 30. ls65i: was people openly Warrants against Noel Lee
The following e list of tV sizes club's observation of National violate the law such as in the edly was carrying a cargo of
and class of pipe on which the bidder Smith 33, and his wife Mrs.
shall quote on a unit price per foot Constitution Week and citat ion civil rights situations, and call blankets, garlic and other prod-
Juanita Maria Smith issued
wue -
4 15"basis Class: :3 reinforced "o" ring rubber, laws immoral." uce from Spain to Havana. Monday by Juvenile! Court :

gasket concrete pipe He warned that the nation
BID Meantime the Coast Guard
$ ir* Class :I reinforced -o" ring' rubber Judge Lamar Winegeart.The .
gaskerconcrete pipe Notice Is hereby given that the Boardof should be careful and "certain was attempting to remove nine '
County Commissioners of Alachua -
:24"laJ? gajket concrete 3 reinforced pipe "o" ring "rubber County, Florida hereby calls for and requests that we do not have a philoso- men from the freighter Globe charges stemmed from -

.. "..Class 3 reinforced "o" ring rubber bids for the following materialsto phy that we do not choose to bea the death Sunday of Ronald
Board for and which disabled by
said was
gasket concrete pipe be purchased by Explorer
.36: .Class 3 reinforced "0" ring rubber on behalf of Alachua .County Florida: government of law. flash fire 360 miles southeastof Lee Smith, 3. The child was I iw -: : .
"Furnishjng concrete for the period beginning
gasket concrete pipe "Even I taken Smith to the U.S. They have more
October 1. 1964, ard ending though some aspects New York.Thirtythree. by _
-14". 'x 23" Class 3 reinforced ellipticalconcrete September 30, 1965." may be distasteful to many of Naval Hospital here where he
a 1) 3500 P.5.1. ready-mixed concrete.
of the crew were of
19" x 30"pipe Class 3 reinforced elliptical 2) 2500 P.SI. ready-mixed concrete. us, all parties benefit under a I was pronounced dead. everything.
concrete pipe The designed mix will be subject to taken to New London, Conn., by _
the approval of the Alachua County government of law, the veteran _
24" x 38" class 3 reinforced elliptical Guard. Four The child's twin brother Don- That's
the Coast crewmen
Engineer. why
concrete pipe legislator said. .
Prices quoted will be for coon etc delivered ald Lee Smith
was proncunced
29" x 45" Class 3 reinforced e'llptlcal and fjve Coast Guardsmen remained -
within the metropolitan area of -I-
civil and
concrete pipe Discussing rights re- _
dead the
'Gainesville and a unit price per mileof aboard. at same hospital Nov.
Bidder shall state In his bid that the haul for the deliveries In the outly. apportionment court rulings, ,_ ___ .
16 1962. .
unit prices quoted shall be firm for the caused hurricane 'II'm __'. '- -
ing areas of the county. High seas by
period stated above. Bidder shall state in his bid that the Turlington added that politicians Winegeart said both children
shall meet the specifications of the removalof "
Pipe 'unit prices quoted shall be firm for the Dora hampered
should tickets advo-
run on !
to Jacksonville
Florida State Road Department. period stated above. were in emaciated conditionand going Greyhound
All bids f.o.b. Gainesville Florida. All bids f.o.b. Gainesville Florida.All cating disobedience."We the men. They were reportedin '
Delivery of the materials to be made covered with sores, when

upon County receipt Engineer.All of .a written order from the Board bids delivered of must County be by in hand writing Commissioners or mail In duplicateand to the of tell cannot run will for not office adhereto and The no immediate Globe Explorer danger., out of taken to the hospital. The judge Greyhound more of everything you travel for. More buses to more
people we
bids must be In writing duplicateand
said Donald 16 months old
Board delivered of County by Commissioners hand or mail ot to Ala.the Alachua house In County.Gainesville.Florida.Florida at the on court-or the law and not have this Norfolk, Va., carried a cargo of and weighed was 15V4 pounds when places. More frequent schedules. More thru and express service. And,

chua or County before, 2:30 Florida P.M.at E.S.T.the courthouseon septem- before 1964. 2:30 P.M., E.S.T.. September 22 weaken the strength of our constitutional 20,000 tons of coal and was en he died and Noel weighed 15 exclusive Scenicruiser* Service, too. Go with the best, go Greyhound.

bar 22. 1964. The bid shall be in a sealed envelope government,"' he ex- route to Rotterdam. The fire occurred -pounds at the of 3.
The bid shall be In a sealed envelopeand within an envelope and the exterior en- when fuel oil-overflowedand
clearly marked "Bid on Pipe." velope shall be clearly marked "Bid on plained.He> Two other children of the

The Board of County Commis'ioners of Concrete." said public redress must ignited in the engine room. Smiths Charles Lee 4 and Noel _Exclusive Scenicruissr Service at no extra fare. For example: -
Alachua County reserves the HjjM; to re- The Board of County Commissioners reserves ,
|led any and all bids and to waive In- bids and the to right waive to reject Informalities.G.M. anand. all be peaceful and orderly to bring The fire knocked out the Edward, 21 months, were Daily One Way Daily One Way

formalities.G. M. Davis, Chairman Davis Chairman strength on local, state and ship's main generator and left taken to a children's shelter."hey Jacksonville 7. $1.95 I Atlanta 3 $10.65 V

Board of County Commissioners Alachua Board of County, Florida Commissioners federal government levels to the crew helpless to fight the were said to be In good St. Petersburg 10. $4.20 Ocala . .15.$1.05 _ -
Florida County
Alachua County Tallahasse 6. $3.90 U o..i 10
(3593) t. IS benefit all elements of society. blaze. An to tow the $8.83
(3590) 9: 8. 15AL.ACHUA : attempt physical> condition. *3-Day World's Fair Vacation-Including Riir Admission, Hotels, Sight _ _ _
COUNTY ZONING along State Road No. 23 from ne North_ Civitan vice president R. P. ship to port was to be made Winegeart said seeing $19.64GREYHOUND I
an autopsy
em n boundary of the existing Gainesville
C-O ALACHUA COUNTY COURTHOUSE Zone District (No 2) North to the Union Mathison presented Crevasse In another incident, the listed bronchial infection es the TERMINAL 516 S.W. 4th AVE. FR 6-5252 _ _ _
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA County line, less the city limits of La- with his citation. -- --
Notice Is hereby given that the Alachua Crosse.APplication freighter Henriette ran agroundin cause of death of the first child j. : > T4&Remember..onlyGreyhound.takesYou.
County Zoning Commission will hold a No. 79 Establish Zone weather the Ches-
public hearing at 7:30 P.M. on Wednesday District No. 22 (requested by the ; rough on and malnutrition i as .the causeof I to and thru the World's Fair!
September 30, 1964 in the County Board Of County Commissioners) EjicephalitisCases apeake Bay Sunday night while 'the second. ,
Commission Room (401) In the Courthouse That part of Sections 30 31, and -- --,- --
to consider requests to rezone the 32 TIOS R19E and that part of Sec Double leading for dry dock at Nor -
following described property In the followIng tion 36 TIOS RISE and that part of folk Va.
described manner: Sections 1. 2, 3 in and tut of Ar ,
Application No. 65 Rezone t-om Residence redondo Grant 8, 9, 10 In and out Rate in 1963 The captain of the vessel said
"B" to Business "B" (Requested of Arredondo Grant, 11, 17 outside .
by Mr. J. P. Thompson) the City limits of Archer IS. 19. and the ship was not damaged and ., af

14.Lots In 5,Block 6, 7, I.19 ?of. 10.Ridge 11, 12.Crest 13. Subdivision and- 20 feet T11S of'either RISE, side that of lies the within right-of-1000 ATLANTA, 'Ga. (AP) Casesof none of the crew of 40 was hurt. .

lying In Section :1, IllS way line of State Road No. 24The encephalitis are runningmore He declined help to pull the! f, .- "' t ':., < r--;
R2OE as recorded In Plat Book "B", above described property I is located .
Page 3. of the Public Records of along State Road No. 24 from the South than double last year's' ship free. AN /t,
Alachua County Florida. line of the existing Gainesville Zone Dis- rate according to a by : ,
report Ii :
The above described propety Is locatedat trict (No. 9) South westerly to the Levy :' k. '

3405 SE Hawthorne Road. County line, less the city limits cf Arch- the U.S. Public Health Service : '. ." ,. ,.; ; ;: '. "" -, .,' ,. ''i;...) "=

Application"A" to No.Business** Rezone"B"from(Requested Business -- er. Application 80 Establish Zone Dis- The report said there have: As children reach teen age, ... ." "- ','.: ,41'r !- : -
trict 23 (requested by the Board of '
by.J. H. Ward) been far this
2,705 cases so :
the drinking mil: '
That part of Lot 8 and the North County proportion ; 1
2 1-7 chains of Lots 21 and 22 of That part of Sections 19, 20, 21. 28, year. decline. It decline, .... .
Section 13 Township 13 South. 22 27. 23. 26. 24 and 25 T'.OS: R21E starts to j" ,
Range 20 East, lying between the old and that part of Sections 19. 30. 20 Two epidemics in the Houston I somewhat more rapidly for girl i
29, 21, 28, 27 outside the city limitsof t"L
and new highways.The and Plainview Tex., are con. .. :' '
above described property Is locatedat Hawthorne 26 outside the' city than boys. <: .
5710 Southeast Hawthorne Road (State limits of Hawthorne and 25 TIOS tributing to the rise in cases. "'to < ... -
Road No. 20:. R22E that lies within lOCO feet of ': : : '-r
There have been scattered I : "
Application No.7" Rezone from either side of the right-of way of lsss..I..'. -- : \: :"':' -
Residence "A" to Business "A" with State Road 20. outbreaks in Illinois Colorado I ... a. .t-" ,
a variance In the South set-back The above described property h located "' ,... ...... .....
from 25' to 14' '" (Requested by along State Road 20 from the Southeast and Kentucky as well. ,
Thomas Oil Co.) Commence at the boundary of the existing Gainesville Zone inflammation .. rma ,
NE corner ef Section 34 IllS R20E District (1) Easterly to the Putnam County Encephalitis is an \
and run N84 degrees 11' 40" W line. less the city limits of hawthorn or irritation of the brair 1 .'
345.97-, thence S 13 degrees CT) 20"" Application 81 Establish Zone District Ce .lei1iW"" -
W 87490' thence run West 372.05' 24 (requested by the Board of sometimes called sleeping ",. ..' ; : '.
thence run N 22 degrees of 01' 41" County Commissioners) sickness because of the . ..
W 315' to the South R-W of the That part of Section 25 T8S R19E symptoms 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 .
47degrees and that part of Sections 30 19. 18,
Ftemlngton' Road; thence run it produces. '
58' 19" W along said RW 7 and 6 T8S R19E. and that part oSections I ALSO IN OCALA -"'.. ,- :" -': /
450' thence run N 22 degrees 01' 31. 30. 19 and 18 T75 R20E
41" W 119' to a point on the East that lies within 1000 feet of either '. }' .
RW of Interstate Highway No. 75 side of the right-of-way line of State '
and the P. O. B.i thence run S4J Road 329. r2 : '
*- degrees 58' 19" E along the North The above described property Is located
R.W of the Flemlngton Road 171.0*, along State Road 329 from its In'ersec 1 Vote. '
thence run N 22 degrees 01' 41" tion with State Road 23 North to the VE.fNTHEATE 135 ; i
W 2001 thence run S 67 degree Bradford County line. SEE .
5.* 1'" W 200'. to the Est RW Application 82 Establish Zrne District I__3400 H.Mo.-..KoaJ.If.M.fit -S011 79
of Interstate Highway No. 75- thence 25 (requested by the Board 01 I
01' 41" E along County Commissioners) NOW! 3 SMASH HITS!
run S 22 degrees
said R.W 1710- to the P. O. B. That part of Sections 21. 22. 28, 27. OPEN 6:45 SHOW 7:15 A DEVILISH DISSECTION OF .and the choice is -
All being and lying 5n Sec. 34 TIll 33. and 34, T8S RI7E, and that pan SEE 2 HITS LATE AS 8:55: MAN THAT HAS HUMOR. ; : xonrs > S
RIOE, Alachua County, Florida. of Sections 4. 3. 9. 10, 16. 15. 21. SUSPENSE AND A 3Don't
The above described property is locatedIn 22, 28. 27, 33 and 34 TiS R.17E. 7:15 .
the Northeast corner of the Interseetwn .. and that part of Sections 3 outside< THE EVIL OF a DASH OF EVIL! S
the city limits of Newberry. 9. 10 CostLy ctDeTw1..T.T.LsFRANKENSTELN
of Interstate No. 75 and the road I
AAlcanopy to Flemtngton. 15 14, 22 23 24. 26. and 25 T10
Application No. 75 Rezone from Ago. RilE and that part of Sections 30,
rlcutturt to Business "B" (Request.. 31, and 32 TICS RItE and that par 8:55 A KNIFE IN
edfcy Nora M. Scruggs) of Sections 6. 5. 8. 9. 21. 22 in am DICKINSON
at the N.E. corner of the out of the Arredondo Grant 27 ir ANGIE
.$EU of the SEW of Section 18 T9R20E and out of the Arredondo Grant, 3 THE KILLERS ,":' '
; thence run N 89 d';'ees 2S: In and out of the Arredondo Grant vot! '
-00" W 2891.4S' to the West right-of.. and 35 T11S RISE that 11 e : S : t t .
_way line of U.s. 441 thence nil I within 1000 feet of either side of the I 10:30 -
S 44 degrees M 00" E alorg sai I right-of-way line of U. S. 41 (Stat DICK VAN DYKE _ :
West right-of-way line 20' to th t Road 45) ,
-" P.O.B. _thence continue S 44 degree!I The above described property Is locate*: BYE BYE BIRDIE Directed Roman .f'land the choice is theirs !
50 W E 729.30; thence run S $1 I along U. S. 41 from the Soutnern boun by PolansVi .
degrees*"!*' 00" W ISC'; thence rur I dary of the existing High Springs ZonE t STARTS FRIDAYCARROLL UAUWMo\'LMI.LTD.MtMMTATIOM .
S 44 degrees 50' 00" E ISO' to thT ,I District (3) South to the Levy Count); !
North right-of-way line of a 44 I line less the city limits of Newberr)] : _ _ ..
... graded road (Strickland Road I and Archer. STATION SIX-SAHARA J:
thence run S U degrees ir 00"Jfl I Application 13 Establish Zone District "
along said North right-of-way 60U9'j, 26 (requested by the Beard 01 II __ _______________________ _-'--------- -----'-- --------
thence- .run N 01 degrees 33" 00'W County Commissioners
801151 thence run S 44 degree I That part of Sections 6, 5. 3 outsld S S
50' 00" E 218.5V to the P.0.8. the city limits of Newberry 2 and
The'above described property Is located I 1 TIOS RilE and that part of Sections NOW at the FLORIDA S
N.W. 13tn Street. 34 35. and 36 195 P17E, and -
at 5400 r.
Application No. 76 One Veer Vart. that part of Sections-6, 5. 4. .3 in egist :
u and out of Arredonda Grant. _
nee to operate a Day Nursery !I 2. anc r-- ,
'Agriculture Zone. (Requested bI 1. TIOS. R18E and that pi of Sections .
Mr. Robert Dlnda) 31. 32. 33. 34. 35 ai.d 36 T): ..-:
Commence'at the Southeast corner. RISE and that part of Section i. : choice !
of Section 11 T10S RI9E trrce rue I TICS RUE. and that part of Sectioi .. or you have no
North 1452 feet to the P.O.Bthenc 31 T9S R19E. and that part o' :_ r: :!
West 495 feet thence North 2W feet; Sections 20 21. 28, 22, 27. 23. 14
thence East 495 feet; the" e Soutt I 24 and 13 19S.R21E, and that part o
264 feet to the P.O.B. Sections 18 In and out of Arredondi .and their new loves! -
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The above described property Is locatec I .
Grant 7 In and out of Arredondi ,
at.1910 S.W. 34th Street. Grant, I. 17, 16. 15. 14. and 13 T9:: -- Vt ; -
No. 77 Establish Zorx ;
Application ; R22E. that lies within 1000 feet o fi v
district No. 20 (Requested by tht
Board of County CommnionerslThat I either side of the nght-ofway lint -
part of the D. L. Clinch Grant, of State Road 26. Less the exist inS DRIVE-IN .. -
and that part of Sections 2, X 10, Melrose Zone District (7) .. :'t.'t" '. ', ::
11. 15. 14. 21. 22. 27, 28. 33. and 1 I The above described property is locate SUBURBIA .
IllS R19E. that I lies within 1000 fee!t along State Road 26 from the Westen THEATRE 'i< .
of either side of the rig lt- f-wal P to the Eastern boundaries of Alachui
line of Stat. Road S331. County. less the city limits of Newbern '
The above described property Is locate I and Gainesville. and .ess the existing : : 3
along State Road S-331 from the South. Gainesville and Melrose Zone ClStrkts.t LAST TIME TONIGHT 7:30 ,_
em boundary of the existing Gamesvill Application 84 Establish Zone Dlstric ti .. .; .-
Zone District (No. 2), South to the LeVI:, 27 (requested by the Board c-i Coun :
County line. ty Commissioners) ::1 rr '
Application No. 78 Establ.sh Zom p Sections 27 outside the city limits o ; '< z-:
District No. 21 (requested by Its I Hawthorne, 78 29. and JO In an ; URSULA ANDR ,. :: .1 t I, t'.t : ,S. '
Board of County Commissioners) out of Arredondo Grant. TICS R22E, 1:2: ; >
That pert of Section 7, in IN S less that part of sections :1. 28. 29. JOHN DEI ; .
out of Arrendondo Grant. 't9 .. R20E. end 30 TICS RISE That lie wittiii :
and that part of Sections I. in *S 1000 ft. of either side of the rightS 001011 ALDQf J'.3! .
Road 20. y.; h :
out of Arredondo Grant and 12 T9 S -way line State "A'l: r
R2CE and that pert ef S ctxr. 1. hand S The above described property is locate ARTHUR O'CONN 5- '"I !!: r- < > .. ::& ,< : .. '. .t-
out of Arredondo Grant and 1 2 in sections 27. 2$. 29. and 30 TOS. ROlE. .... '''' ffJl ,;- ;; ,'V .<;< ':Jfffr '. -
195 RifE and that part ..f Section'!s less the city limits of Hawthorne, an. ; '
fi 30 and 31 T8S R20E. and that pa 1 less that part tying within 10U ft, o ; .
of Sections 36. 25. 24. 23. U. 14. 11'. either side of the rightofweline\ o f 2nd FEATURE ; ; {:
2 ed 3 TIS RitE and that par 1 State Road 20. : > : f": .
of Sections. 44 outside the city limit S All recommendations of tie. Zonirv GIRL SWAPPERS George Chakim -. ;- ;:. .. ,. ...: .
el LaCrosse 35 27 outside the cit V Commission will be presented to thi -S --- :
limits ef LaCrosse. 28 outside th e Board of County Commissioners at then. S Published as a public service In cooperation wfth The' American Heritage Foundation and The Advertising CoaneI S
city limits of LaCrosse 22. 23. 21 I. meeting to be held at 2:30 P.Mon Tues ,,- '-- .
15. 14, 17. 9. 8. 4. 5. 17S RICE:. day. October 6. 1964.ALACHUA Special I """'A Start :'
and that part of Sections 3? an d COUNTY ZONING < ... ,. ---- -' .. 5-.- .. -, ,- : .: .. '-
33 T4S RitE that lies within IOC 10 COMMISSION Engagement! L r\1 Tomorrow -S w' ; : : -..' .' ::. '". C ,
feet ef either side of the right-o I- BY: Howard Weston.
way line of State Road No. 23. ., Secretary I
Th above described property U locate d (3608) '.1I -, .

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8' Gainesvilleii Sun Tuesday, September 15, 1964

ii I Interviewed\ the Beatles! Or, Local Girl Makes Good I MONEYMAKING IT'S r

''.(For several weeks before

r the appearance of the Beat 1 ars, $50,000." The press conference ended. I John sitting on a couch, with 1 Once, as I stood near the side,1\ \

! les in Jacksonville Friday Would they be gong back to Someone was sent to find the George opposite him.- Paul was Paul' backed up, I looked down\

night Gail Roc k ley plan- Miami for a vacation-? George: :artist and the painting and the moving around behind him. where I was, and winked. '

ned to see them-close up. 'No." :Beatles fell prey to the radio Ringo was wandering the George flashed me a number of

She is the 15-year-old daughter (r'N a." .M n After the bubble burst, what J people, who happened to bo end room, where the light made smiles. Ringo seemed to be in a

I of Mr. and Mrs. Peyton : .M. og :. t hen? John: "I'm not going to text][ on the systematic list I a perfect silhouette of him i world of his own.

L. Rack ley, tSYr ski 9 v 4a t ell you." 1 wandered over to the stage and against the curtain.I Then, as they had come, they TIME AT
. 3444 N.W.IOth }Are 'K K., J ;K -.ryAn: Do you ever go unnoticed? :too ksome more pictures. The watched, completely fascinated were gone.

1 A v e., and George: : "Only when we take :radio people were cleared and as he put on a tie, pick- Ringo half skipped, half-ran I

# she's a GHS JUT wigs off." I the TV cameras moved in. ed up a coat, brushed it and putt down the steps and across the

t sophomore. r : : What is the major contribu- By this time Ringo had become -, on. Five minutes passed. field, pausing only to jump up GUARANTYFEDERAL

i L After many tion that you make to the mus- more active and was be-' George, then John, peeked out and touch the bar suspended be-
"'. : MN: ,.M n,; behind the curtain. The tween the Paul John
long hours of ic world? John: "We don't :ing chased by John over partof goal posts. ,
trailer door opened. One of the and George raced after him.
i wrangling, I nake contributions." the stage. He began to throw
:'a: ,5: and with her Is it true that your record :his potato chips (which they road managers carried out the Back at the platfrom thou-

Gail mother's per- Alfr sale has reached past 80 m i Ilion :had along with turkey sandwiches guitars. Nearly a dozen police- sands of teen-agers were ignor
? and tea) to some reporters men positioned themselves. The ing the police and storming the
mission, she got "press cre George: "More like .0 mil-
and the four fence.
door opened again
dentials" from The Sun. lion. who had requested a
singers made a mad dash for As I walked out the gate the
few all to the amusement of
-(Like thousands of Ilcrida How do you feel abou Pres- ,
the platform.I Beatles had dashed through just
;:. parents, Mrs. Rackley provided ... ident Johnson coming in on the caught up with George and moments before, I saw a crowd
the transportation for k.y' same day? John: "Great coin- Pam Cretios arrived and was
I Paul, who looked over at me beginning to gather around a 1
her daughter, and Gail took cidence.: George: "Amazing!" escorted to, the stage. John
and then who half half-
curiously grinned. girl was lying,
j from there. This is her In movie got and talked to her., The
.it your were you your- up By SEPT. 21 sr
flashbulbs popped right and. sitting on the sidewalk. "I kiss-
about which she selves or did act key to the city and a trophywere
commented ,
story, you your 4 months "
f eft. The audience went wild. ed him, she sobbed hysterical- earn
"It's long parts? Paul: "A little bit of placed before Paul. Georgeand
: awfully ,
For the second time that t, "I kissed '
with ly, Ringo. return by next
but I want people to get the ; both. Ringo patiently '
'., I was shoved against Paul,, There was nothing about the
k'wf.. arK.k. y Dec 31
So much ; ,, the mikes shoved into their
right impression. :; y
"y In movie
JrM'r.'rx r9: your George, you which didn't bother me in the Beatles themselves that"could,
I has been said about them /b/; O 4. and Ringo appeared to have fallen faces.
;. least. be seriously criticized. I found t
I. -that's bad.") rok while trying to reach your Suddenly everyone started For 25 minutes they played: them witty,. polite! extremely I 41-%

:. By GAIL RACKLEYThe train, was this acting 'or real? leaving. The screams of the their instruments and sang,, down to earth, neat in I

'' day, the very hour, had George: "This was ai acci- waiting fans became even louder while the crowd screamed coninously -. ance and having likable person-I J

come. I dent, but we had to smile aboutit if that was possible. t and clapped their handsto ; alities. They seemed not .

Excitement and anticipation! and pretend it didn't happen." Paul was'the last to leave the the music. affected at all by their fame

seemed to be the very essence What are your plans for your conference room, so I fell instep Paul did most of the talking,, and fortune. WHEREYOU

of air in the heart of downtown. next movie? John: "We do have with him. Another reporter but John provided some hilar.. Was it worth it all? Yeah, i

Reporters rushed around tryingto .. plans for one, it will be in put his arm :r'L andfound I ious moments with his antics. Yeah, Yeah!
find out where to go. Several : ?poBld .a..w. M color and I'm writing the myself directly behindPaul. I .

hundred teen-agers had man- Beatle's Hair; Cut script." .

aged to avoid police and were In your book, John, were Others looked enviously as I l ,3 : i

t sobbing, screaming and mill- some of your characters real? was pushed against him.I .
c Beatle fan Pam Creticos, who painted a likeness of I J
ing around the George Wash- John: "Some, yes. couldn't get into an overcrowded -
John Lennon, gotthe opportunity to present him the
Do buy own clothes? elevator I
ington Hotel. you your so ran
before his Jacksonville concert. Writer Gail
1 The reason? The Beatles had picture George: "No, we wait for our down the stairs and waited for SAVE ;
Rackley, who took the picture, said she "sort of "
arrived in Jacksonville.At fans to send clothes in. it. There wrre hundreds of waiting -
cut their heads off. It be the only Lenn-
5:10 I was still in the Associated may way Why doesn't Mr. Lennon wear fans. When asked how longit
on's hair be cut.
Press room, on the fourth can contact lenses? John: "I don't would be until he thought the DOES MAKE :

floor of the Florida Times Un- fancy glasses in the head." Beatles could get out, one frus-

ion Building, trying to get information someone moved on the other -One fan asked me repeatedly What do you think of all l the trated policeman said: "T 0 0 A

on President Johnson's side there were piercing if she could have the envelope screaming teen-agers? Paul"That's 1: long." I DIFFERENCEHigh

leave-taking and the Beatles'arrival screams in hopes that it was containing my credentials. what we're here for." After 15 minutes they made ito J

at two different airports. Paul, Ringo, George or John. Finally, a policeman tcld all You have all received so a car which jerked and i I

Having missed my ride to the reporters to line up or else they many gifts from all over the screeched away, accompanied \ J

airport, I dashed over to the hotel wouldn't get in. Ignoring the world, have you gotten anything by motorcycle police and sirens.

pushed through a mob of East Hit command that all those under unusual or outstanding? John: I went back to the newsroom I I ,

fans at the garage entrance in 18 were to go to the back, pushed "I once got a bra." and then rode over to the Gator r s 1 1t

the back, and ran up to the sec through the mob. As I pres- Do you think American foodis Bowl with Associated Press man Returns I

ond floor. By 'WintryWeather ented my press pass to the police as good as the English food? F. T. MacFeely. I saw the i

Masses of people ran around I breathed. sigh of incredible John: "No. huge silver trailer the Beatle (

trying to find the press confer- relief to think I had survived Do you make it a habit to had taken refuge in as we pass-

ence. It was hi a ballroom, but so far. avoid the press at the airports, ed through the press gate. In Florida. 41/40/0/

there were rumors it was to beat The very first person I saw such as this afternoon? Paul: The press area was on both 1 1F

.several other places.It By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS as I entered the room was Rin- "This can't be helped. The police sides of the performance plat-

was near a curtained in Wintry temperatures chilled a go Starr. He walked up the center the sheriff or whatever, tell form and couldn't have been after a swim beer is a natural Per annum in cash or com-

hall leading to the room. A few wide segment of the eastern aisle to where George Harrison us to do so and so and to gohere closer unless it had been on the pounded semi-annually.! '

moments before, I had wet Pam third of the nation today for the, Paul McCartney and John there. .and we have to platform, which was about 15 No higher returns on insured -

Creticos, a 17 year old Brit third consecutive day while Lennon were standing.I do what they ask us. We haveno feet high. Separating the singersand On a hot summer day, a dip in a cool stream can be wonderfully Savings in this section -

ish exchange student from Day- thunderstorms and showers was absolutely stunned, and choice." the press from the audiencewas refreshing. Equally refreshing when you're relaxing afterwards I of Florida.

tona Beach. She had painted a were prevalent in the Midwestand couldn't think of a thing to say Is the tea here the same as in a fence not less than 7 feet ,. with friends is a hearty glass of beer.There's hardly another bev-

likeness of John Lennon and Southwest. to them. England? Ringo: "No." high. erage around that suits what you do for fun as much as beer. Safety

wanted to give it to him. Readings near the freezing Paul smiled at me, and I was Do you wash your hair every The Bill Black Combo, The .Camping,hiking, or just lounging on a lawn chair-beer brings to

Knowing how much it meantto mark or lower were reported still trying to decide whether to night? John: "No." Exciters, Clarence "Frog each just the right touch of extra good living. I At GUARANTY FEDERALyour

her, I told her not to give up across much of the upper Great faint when Derek Taylor, their I asked John and Ringo man" Henry and Jackie DeShannon Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that savings are insuredup

no matter what when she askedif 'Lakes area and into the 40s as press representative, asked us what they did in Key W cst. played their, numbers while we live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy to 1000000. All the

I thought she could ge*. into far south as Tennessee. to be seated. I found myself They answered: nothingmuch the police watched the 'fans, beer and ale, if we so desire, is just one, but an important one, of "Insured Safety" any Financial -

the conference room. I The mercury slid down to 23 next to a Tampa Tribune cor- just relaxed." who wanted to see the Beatles. those personal freedoms. I 'offer. Institution can

By then, everyone was gath- degrees at Ironwood, in Upper respondent who apparently was What were the favorite of I went back to the trailer to In Florida..beer
with fun
ered around the curtain. When Michigan, and 24 at Devils Lake, in a daze as she repeatedthe their recordings? Paul, "If I see what was happening there. @ goes with relaxation ,

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ''N.D., and Hibbing, Minn. "it's them, it's really Fell." George: "You Can't DoA All of"the curtains were drawn, UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. Availability
By virtue of an Execution issued out of tnem.? That." T>,:*,,*?.. u".. n"..'s but r.0.lOX :73 W1mI.'AU.FLORIDA
Light showers accompaniedthe : AUUU Ala : through a slit I could see
the Court of Record of Alachua County. .
Florida In the case of James Frank. new thrust of polar air into Everyone was ignoring Mr. Night." John: "Bits and Pieces. -. --. i At GUARANTY FEDERALyour
land. Jr., d-b-a Frankland Engineering
Company versus John Boles. fated the the southern Great Lakes re- Taylor at the moment so I got ." funds are availablefor
26th day of March 1944 I have levied up and took a few pictures. All Did you have anything to d 0:1 you at all times.
upon the following property to wit: gion.In :
>On Sportsman's Modified Stcck Car the Southwest, a cloudburst the Beatles seemed to be exhaus- with the hurricane? George"I '

I'Basically to include a IUO the Ford following Coupe item:modified dumped almost an inch of rain ted, even after two days of rest- hope not!" ConvenienceGUARANTY

rrther Frankland described Quoik as Change: Rear-end on Phoenix, Ariz., in one hour. ing. I felt so sorry for them, What do you do when you I ,

Color Is tan or beige with the number but with all of their money. want money? John: "We ask: rd
24 and "Honuse of Beauty" painted The downpour was accompaniedby I don't know. for it." FEDERAL Is
on the side. winds up to 61 miles an hour conveniently located in
And that I as Sheriff of Alachua County Paul looked like he was having Do you know how much mon'I I Gainesville
> Florida. will on Tuesday the 29th and heavy hail. uptown
day of September. 1944, between the Dalhart Texas in the arid I difficulty staying awake at ey you have? John: "No.: I .. 220 North Main Street
'hours of 11:00 a.m. and 2CO p.m. in, I first, and Ringo didn't say as Remembering Miss Cre- Free Parking
front of the North Door of the Sheriff'sOffice northwest corner of the state,
; located in the Alacnoa County I much as the other three during ticos, I asked: "A young lady Rear of Building
Courthouse. Gainesville Florida, offer received three inches of welcome '. Drive-in Window
i for sale said property and sell same the conference. painted a very good likenessof ; 0 Night Depositoryor
to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy rain. Finally, the questions began: you, John, have you received -
and pay said execution. fees and
costs. The property having been levied What was the fee the Beatles' this yet?" -:- You can save with us by j

.upon.property by of me the and defendant.will be sold as the Britain Near would be receiving for playingin John: "No, I haven't hearc I mail. We solicit of and appreciate
? J. M. Crevasse. Jr. Sheriff Jacksonville? John: "In dol- anything about it." out town ac-
Alachua County. FloridaBy counts.

Sal 9:1.Novalene g. is. 22INVITATION M. Hoon O.S. Vote TimeLONDON David Lawrence

Notice Is hereby given TO that BID the Board ; Safety
of County Commissioners of Alachua ,..
( )
County. Florida hereby calls for and requests LIFE TIMEMUFFLERS '
bids for the following materials to election campaigr l James Reston
be purchased by said Board for and on i;
tfehalf of Alachua County. Florida: moved into high gear today a s t Availability
"furnishing all gasoline. diesel 1 fuel l. kerosene .'. .
.' motor oils and greases: for the Prime Minister Sir Alec Doug .
period beginning October 1. 1964. and end- las-Home 'prepared to announc ...
Ing September 30. 1965." Richard Wilson Convenience
The following Is an estimate of the approximate the voting date after an au
quantities but does net bind
the Board of County Commissioners to dience with Queen Elizabeth II
any exact quantity: The prime minister's supporters I At GUARANTY FEDERALwe
1) 75,000 gallons Gasoline, premium make every effort to
grade. Octane rating 9a or higherin said he would announc C. L. Sulzburger
well Cour-
accordance with octane scale proposed ::1 NON TRANSFERABLE i serve you a
by A. S.T. M. Committee O-2. that the election of a new Hous ei, "' 1 teous and Friendly Man-
INSTANT CREDIT To Holders of Not. Credit Cards '
2) 50.000 faltons Diesel Fuel. Grad
of Commons will be Oct. 15.
No. 2 A. S. T. M. SpecificationGrade 'J&
I 2-D Douglas-Home flew Monda;y Arthur Krock
\ 3) 1.000 gallons Kerosere. Flas
point not below IIS degrees F. endpoint : night to Balmoral Castle, L:l j ner.Remember
not above 572 degrees F. not t -
Scotland to ask the t< "
\ darker than plus 16 saybo't and sulphur queen "
content not more than 13 pei dissolve Parliament. Parliament ;
cent. 1 Walter
4) 1.000 gallons Oil. 1 Imbricating. already is in recess arc Lippmann

tion.MS-DG Minimum A. P. I I.specifications service classifica Mil-L: will not meet again before th 114 N.W. 13th St. Phone 372-1489 ,. for PROFIT. for SAFETY

2104A. S. A. E. 10.20 ft :a. Oeliv. election. el [ : for AVAILABILITY OF
erect in SS-galton barrels. FUNDS, for CONVEN.
.51 1.000 gallons Oil. lubricating. Series ; William Buckley IENCE, for FRIENDLY
3 superior lubricant. A. P. I. If ,.: .
service classification. MS-DG DM- _
DS. S. A. E. 30. delivered in 55- '5*,
gallon barrels. I
4)) 165 gallons OIl. lubricating. A. .i 'f
P. I. service classification. MS-DG- Ralph McGill
DM-DS. Series 2 superior lubricant.
barrels.S. A. E. 10 delivered in 55-gallon Now in LOOK Magazine I

7) 165 gallons Gear lubricant. FIl-
terable. S. A. E. 90. Minimum specifications
Mil-L-JlOSA. De' eyed In Queen Elizabeth & Princess
55-gallon drums.I .
) 165 gallons Gear lubricant. Fil I in
the Ated
terable. S. A. E. 140. Minimum spec- Only SunI
locations. Mil-L-JlOiA. Delivered In
55-gallon drums. Frolic at Their Vacation '
f) 1.000 pounds Grease. Lithium HideawaySee I
soap base. Multi purpose type.N. I!
L. G. I I. consistency. No. 2. s
A. S. T. M. worked penetration of
77 F 265 to 291.: Delivered: '
In 400-lb. drums. exclusive pictures of'Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret : Wilson
10) 55 Type "A" hydraulic :
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transmission fluid. Delivered In 55- on one of their rare holidays together. as they leave duties behind I

Bid. prices gallon will barrel.be firm for the contract and enjoy the companionship they've known since childhood. Here theyare. 4 !
p.riod beginning October 1. leeand .
ending September 30. 1965. boating and sporting at their never-before-pictured private hide- Clark Mollenhoff
The contract will be awarded to the bidder two each
away warmly human sisters genuinely enjoying other'scompany. ,
whose unit prices will result in the .. ,
lowest above. total cost of the quani 1/s listed Plus another LOOK exclusive: a delightful picture gallery of I

The successful bidder will furnish eight the j- :- '
royal babies. -
(I) hand operated barrel pumps to be j : :.- ..y ... : Charles Bailey
used during the contract period. "'
Ad prices are f-o.b. Alachua County I II
Road 'Department Gainesville. Florida. How Race Riots GET I
Bids shall be In duplicate and sealed Inin Help Goldwater I SAVINGS
envelope. Each envelope shall be clearly
marked "Bid on Gasoline etc." white I ,-: and LOANASSOCIATION
Many Americans
Bids shall be delivered by hand or malt resent Negro pres- LOOKTODAY I -
to the Board of County Commissioners\ I sure for civil rights. Read how this resent- i To Keep You and Your Family
f ,
of Alachua County. Florida at fie courthouse -
In Gainesville. Florida. on or be- ment may show up in the voting booths on '
fore 2:30 P.M. E. S. ToO September 22. I Confidently Well-Informed. > >.! of Gainesville
64The Election Day-in favor of Sen. Goldwater. :
Board of County Commlssltners reserves -+ 220 N. Main Street
the right to reject any and allbids ; Phone FR 2-1496
and to waive informalities. v\ : :T- ;
G. M. Davis. Chairman i < ;j.t <
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,i Gators Slate Tough Drill Today

Game Fc

Florida's Gators will go at it field against that phase of the Monday were hauled in by end Graves indicated the G a tors
hammer and tong again .
today game. Charles Casey. and halfback would work on all phases of the
and then start tapering off for Long
Drills. Jimmy Jordan of Atlanta and today with contact
their game more
opener The Gators also continued
Southern Methodist here Tampa, respectively. Both have work ahead. The tapering off
: Was SaturtheIr long drills. on goal 1 i ne
given indication of
KeyThese day. defense, a maneuver that has into superior receivers. Wednesday may involve a night
Coach Ray Graves and his come in for constant attentionthis workout although this still is

,aides worked the UF gridders; fall by line coach Gene El- Again, Hal Seymour and Spuruncertain.. Thursday will be a

hard Monday:, their first! good lenson. rier sparkled in their
are the things you read: "review' drill and Friday a
I Ii ; outside day of practice since "
There noticeable "lift"of
was a efforts. Spurrier has shown with
short workout is planned. The
Tom Siler, sports editor of the Knoxville News-Sentinel, last week. UF spirits Monday. Probably each workout that he- can kick

t talking with Mississippi State coach Paul Davis: Much emphasis was placed a combination of fine weather the long, high ball, too, along latter likely will be in shorts.

on offense Monday, especially and the closeness of the first
with his deadly coffin corner Center Jim Benson drilled
I "Trying explain satisfying 1963 season, Coach Davis
the aerial game. Both Quartergame.. Contact work was brisk efforts. If Seymour is held yesterday. His shoulder injury
, looks back to the nightmarish 9-9 tie with Florida in the
. second backs Tom Shannon and Steve and the two minute offensive out of the SMU game on doc of last Saturday proved minor.
game. Spurrier had their troubles drill produced a lot of snap and tor's orders due to mononucleTackle John Whatley apparnet-

"Florida ran us all over the field in the first half. We JIM BENSON against a rugged defense tossed hustle by the offensive unit. osis,.Spurrier will take over all ly has a slight sprain and is

'- should have been behind 21-0. At half time, I figured we were I' Comes Back up by the No. 1 varsity backWhat passes were caught the kicking chores. due to return to work today.Rebels .

F going to. get a real beating. But I told the boys they must I .

be real good to play so badly and still be trailing by only




In V. S. Am

r CLEVELAND (AP) "I -jeIji- By HAL BOCK In the only other American I triples by Dick Green and Bill

1: didn't get this nervous in the 1 Associated Press Sports Writer League game scheduled, Kan-, Bryan tied the game and a

Rose[ Bowl, said Pandel Savic, It's been a fun year for Ken sas City edged Boston 76. ground rule double by Ed

9-0. I told them they could go out there and get beat like the old Ohio State quarterback, Tuesday, September 15, 1964 Rowe, the workingest pitcher in Lead StretchesThe Charles won it as Kansas City
he teed his ball in the baseball, and because of him, came from behind against
it Mississippi State teams had been losing or they could play as up the Baltimore Orioles liableto Orioles' lead over second
football. National Amateur Golf Cham are Boston. 4
J\I pionship. laugh themselves right into place New. York stretched to John Wyatt, another work-

"They really creamed Florida in the second half. A fumbleon The results bore him out. the American League pennant. 11% games. Third place Chicagois horse, made his 73rd appear-

the point-after-touchdown kept us from winning it, 109. The husky glove salesman Baltimore, shopping aroundfor two games back. ance for the A's tying Boston'sDick

I' But that game did. it. If we'd lost, I feel sure we'd have from Columbus, Ohio, staggeredin Better late-season help in their .Brooks Robinson and Sam Radatz for AL record.

... had a poor season. with a 78 Monday, far back in pennant push, picked up' relief Bowens homered for Baltimore. Jim Konstanty set the major I

t'; "Now our ,boys believe in themselves and it makes all the pack. When he was doing pitcher Rowe from the Los Ninth inning backtobackBy league mark with 74 in 1950.

the difference in the world." the passing for footballhappyOhio Angeles Dodgers' Spokane farm

State he brought home a Be club in the Pacific Coast LeagueLast

That's seems to have a familiar ring, doesn't it. The Big Ten championship in 1949 ReadyfiordFrom week. He pitched his first Out The

I story of the Gators' football life, too much in the past, has and a Rose Bowl victory. inning in relief for the Orioles Hanging
been that the UF has been the and
springboard to greatness The low score at the halfway Monday night came up a
AI for other teams and not themselves. winner when Baltimore pushed
mark of the 36-hole qualifyingtest

I Of late though, Alabama, Penn State, Auburn, Georgia was 71, set by Bob Green- Memphis across a run in the bottom of Football Wash.

Tech, LSU-to mention a few-would not agree with that I wood, 25, of Cookeville, Tenn.; the ninth to edge Minnesota 43. I

statement, Dr., Edgar Updegraff, 42, from I By KELSO STURGEON en hand. "There is a great deal Rowe, who seems to thrive on
work, set an organized baseball
Tucson, Ariz., Ed Tutwiler, 45, Associated Press Sports Writer of uncertainty whether Watson HAL BOCK Shea Stadium's football layout

Ole Miss Has It AllAnd ,of Indianapolis, and Charlie Mississippi is working over- will be able to play against record in 88 times for appearances, before being, coming purchased -Associated, Press Sports Writer and also presented a lirebacker

Smith, 33, of Gastonia, N.C. time in preparing for its opener Texas Tech, said Coach Paul the Orioles. Let's hang out the pro football who could inherit Sam Huff's

more: Five others were at 72, includ- against Memphis State, and Davis. by wash for the first time this fans.

ing Downing Gray of Pensacola, the word from that growing cityin Louisiana State, Tulane, Ken- The big 30-year-old: right I season, but when it dries, don'tbe He's Wahoo McDaniel, part

Furman Bisher, Atlanta Journal sports editor, may not Fla., the 1962 runner-up, and the southeast corner of Ten- tucky, Auburn, Florida and hander enjoyed all the assign surprised at all the stiffness.It Indian and part-time wrestler,

have been able to get anything in Tuscaloosa but he missed Bill Campbell of Huntington, W. nessee says the top ranked Re- Vanderbilt spent most of Mon- ments. "It's been a fun year who was picked up from Denverin

nothing at Oxford. Va., former Walker Cup cap- bels had better be ready. day's sessions polishing their and I've really been lucky," he: was a long summer bet- an off-season trade.

Bisher'picks Ole Miss 104)), probable national champs and tain.The "This is going to be a tough games for Saturday's openers. said. "I consider it a challengea ween tackles for some and the The fans seemed to pick up

builds the Rebels this way. "Another squad of excellence colorful Billy Joe Pattonof game for everybody," says Few had any heavy contact personal challengeeach results should be evident about Wahoo's tempo after he was in

4 blessed with depth, experience, big and strapping linemen,, Morgantown, N. C., finished Memphis State football Coach work. time Tm" called in from the now. The worst injury of the on the first few tackles and

tall and rangy ends, lean and swift backs." with three straight bogies for 73. Billy (Spook) Murphy, "and I bullpen. opening weekend was sufferedby cheered his every move. Even-

i Defender Deane Beman had 74. guess you could say that if Mis- Monday night the Twins San Francisco 49er tackle tually the public address an-

Later in his observations, Bisher said: None of: the name players in sissippi can be beaten, we can Two GatorsNominated challenged Rowe and came out Bob St. Clair, whose 12-year nouncer got into the swing of

"I might add, after a brief glimpse on a field adjoining the field was in any danger. It do it." second best. Shut out for six career may have been ended bya things, too.

where Ole Miss was tuning up its baton twirling ladies, appeared that a score of about The, Mississippi MemphisState innings by Oriole starter Milt freak pre-game accident.St. After starting with the rather
150 or 151 over the testing Can- Minnesota surged backon Clair 6-foot-9 offensive conventional "New York tackle
renowned for their qualifications, this is another squad of rivalry, which comes to Pappas, a "
excellence, blessed with depth, experience and all those other terbury course would be neces- a close, at least temporarily, home runs by Don Mincher tackle, pulled fibers loose from by McDaniel, the PA man
adjectives." sary to qualify for match play at Oxford Saturday as heat- For SquadBIRMINGHAM and Jimmie Hall for a 3-2 lead. the achilles tendon of his right later shifted to""tackle by guess

which starts Wednesday. ed as any rivalry in the land. Pappas left for a hitter in the heel while running to catch a who Wahoo.

S lab! The best 64 scorers in the 150-I eighth and Rowe came on to punt in a pre-game drill. He'll I

man field will advance. SOulheasm_ : Ala. (AP) hurl the ninth, his 89th game of undergo surgery within eight to The Boston Patriots have
Au burn's Good TooStill Forty outstanding the year and first one in the AL. 10 days and, at 33, he could be never won an exhibition game
Pretty the 11 Southeastern Con- finished. and Coach Mike Holovak
PKY Tickets The veteran pitcher got the
ference football squads have couldn't care less. His club wins
more: Twins 1-2-3 and won it when
been nominated for the 1964
Morris when it counts.
>! Linebacker.Larry ,
r Harry Mehre, the veteran football commentator from At- Now on SaleP. p. academic all-SEC team. Luis Aparicio's the sacrifice in the fly hero of the Chicago Bears' 1963 The Pats, Eastern AFL titlists
delivered winning
lanta, journyed to Auburn recently. Here's what he said: Last year they battled to a 0-0 To qualify for consideration, bottom of the ninth. National League championship last year, whipped Oakland in
K. Yonge's season football tie. a student athlete must have victory over the New York Sunday's opener, but Holovak
"I wanted to compare this year's squad with the Na- tickets sale at the held of B betterin
are now on an average or Giants, was operated on Mon- had some encouragement for
tional Champions of 1957. I guessed, and I am usuallya school and at Mr. Mitchell's "There will be a lot of de- the classroom for one or day after injuring his right knee the Raiders.

pretty good guesser, that of the great '57 team only Shoes, it was announced today. fense in this game, too," says more semesters of the 1963-64 .A.L Boxes in Sunday's opener at Green
the ends, Jimmy Phillips and Jerry Wilson and guard Zeke Murphy, "But we look for Ole "They are a great football
Tickets are priced ai $4.50 school He must to
year. prove Bay. There was no word ca how "
team he
"I don't thinkthey'D
Smith another All America Miss to throw the ball lot
pick could make this a
I for the four home of the this
games be an outstanding player long Morris would be out. lose again until they
first team. Blue Wave. more than last year. MINNESOTA BALTIMORE
season. brhbi abrhbl) meet us in Boston Oct. 1C.
The ducats entitle "This game means a lot to Rollins 3b 5010 Brandt cf :5000
Mehre said season The Pittsburgh Steelcrs lost
"The 1964 Auburn team has The nominees
more real class : Versa lies ss 4 0 0 0 Lau ph 1000
than the '57 outfit. There are more real athletes with speed purchasers to sit in the ropedoff us, and a victory" meanso Ends-George Nowicki, Geor- Oliva rf 4000 Piniella pr 0000 defensive end Dan LaRose, who

and the needed skills. The National Champions were big section around the 53 yard much more, he said. gia; Rick Kestner and John Hall Killebrew cf If 4111 4010 Apancio Siebem Ib'Ss 4010 3001 hurt a knee against Lus An-
and line. "There are few teams that Allison 1b 3010 Powell If 4011 Three other Tate
,strong and placed the opposition on a touchdown diet"And Kentucky Bobby geles. injured KeepingDrills
Andrighetti, ; Battey c 3 0 3 0 B. R'son 3b 3 1 1 1
Proceeds from sale of tickets have beaten Mississippi in the Carollo Bob Johnson and Ray Kaat pr 0100 Bowens rf 4 1 2 1 Steelers, halfback Dick Hoak,
this, "The Tigers will need several smiles last 10 but would liketo I Goryl 2b 1000 Orsino c 4010
from Dame will go mainly to the purchaseof years, we Reed State. : Klndall 2b : 0 0 0 Saverine pr 0 1 0 0 defensive back Willie Daniel,
Fortune to make it all the way. But it is a distinct possi- new band uniforms. add our name to that list." Mississippi 1 Mincher r* 111 2 Adair 2b 3 0 2 0 and right end Jim Kelly arc ex- SecretMIAMI
bility, Not a probability." Good News Tackles-Ron Durby and Gary Grant Zim'man p c 3010 1000 Snyder Pappas ph p 2 1110 0 0 0 pected to be ready for the New

Ole Miss i Coach Johnny Ray, Alabama; John Whatley,! Totals W'th'gf n p :M 1000 313 Green Totals ph 12 0000 4 f 4 York Giants next Sunday. (AP) Hurricane

Vaught received some good Florida; Conrad Meyer, Tu- Two out when winning run scored. Coach Charlie Tate eased off on
Minnesota ............. ..., 000 000 Jio-3
news Monday with the return I lane; Fred Corley and Bubba Baltimore .._....... .... .1. :;,. 111-4 Players weren't the only ones I contact work this week and
Long Delay Gives Shark of wingback Dave Wells and center -! Hampton, Mississippi State. E-Allison. GoryL DP-Baltimore 1. hurting. Giant Coach Allie i kept drills secret for the Uni-

Charles Hinton, who had Guards-Bill Richbourg, Flor- LOB 2B--AUison Minnesota. Adair 7. Baltimore Siebern. HR I. -Minch* Sherman was nursing a severe 'versity of Miami football open
been sidelined with injuries. ida; Stan Hindman, Mississippi; 'er ((22). Hall (23), B. Robinson (25)), case of strained eyes after I er against Florida State here
Both get a clean bill of health Franz Vogt and Dave Landry, Aparicio.Bowens (21). S-Brandt. Adair. SF- watching films of the Giant- :Saturday.Tate .

Injured Chance to Heal and will be ready Saturday. Tulane; Hilton Ball and Pat Grant ....._.... 7.P H 6 HERBS 2 7 0 SO 3 Eagles game with the press set up strict security
Vaught put the Rebels Watson, Mississippi State; Wil- Worth-ton L 5-4 -. 2 3 2 1 3 0 Monday. The -Philadelphia :around the practice field Monday
....._ .
., Pappas 1 0 3 3 1 7
I through a controlled scrimmage ford Fuqua, Vanderbilt. ,Rowe W 1.0 .r... 1 0 0 C 0 1 victory was still there at the I allowing only accredited

It would be hard to say anyone last Tuesday., "We have no injuries but finally got a dry surface without any bruising contact Centers-Gaylon McCollough, KANSAS T-2:21. CITY A-7.T30. BOSTON end. :sports writers to view the practice -

got enjoyment out of last ," Rutledged said, "but Monday to work on. work and had the team view- Alabama; Bill Cody, Auburn; C'panTis :3b abrhbt 51 1 0 Mantilla 2b abrhN 3001 I session.

week's Hurricane Dora but the we'll have to try to get into "I thought we had a good ing films of Memphis State. Bootsie Larsen, MississippiState Wyatt p- 0000 Lamabe p 1000 For three periods Sunday, the Tate said he plans to use offensive -
Cedar Key Sharks did have a Alabama which will Causey ss 5330 Nixon ph 1000 American League Kansas City j and defensive units
practice. Collins said. W e open ; Norbert Ackermann, Tennessee Colavito rf 3022 C'nlgli'o if 4220
silver lining in the bad weather shape" and be ready for Mel- worked awfully hard to'makeup the; season Saturday as the na- ; Bill Goss, Tulane; Bill I Gentile AlusiK rf Ib 5001 1 000 Stu Yastryjkl.rt Ib Cf 4122 310 0 Chiefs looked great against: the ,against the Seminoles which

that curtailed football practicein rose. for what we missed last tion's sixth-ranked team! received Johnston, Vanderbilt I Mathews cf 5 0 2 2 Williams Ib 0000 Buffalo Bills. But the Chiefs got 'were described recently by FSU
the area.". At Hawthorne Coach Bill Reynolds 1 4000 Thomas rf 4001 started 15 minutes too late. I Coach Bill Peterson as having
week. a setback with the announcement QuarterbacksSteve Sloan,. Tartabull rf 0 0 0 0 Malzone 3b 3110
Coach Ron Brummitt said today Collins said the Hornets have Lone Hornet hurt is 'Roger that second string quar- Alabama; Ed Greer, Louisiana I Green Bryan 2b c 5130 5111 Tillman Bressoud c it 4021 4010 Kansas City outscorctl the I the best potential in 10 years.
that the Sharks had a long had troubles with their field Glass who has a sprained thigh. terback Steve Sloan had dislocated State. Pena p 3120 Gray p 0000 Bills 17-3 over the final 45 Tate said he respected FSU
list_ of injured players. "We his right index finger and Charles. 3b 1011 Jones Ritchie ph p 3110 1000 minutes but for the first 15 it I"But we aren't scared."
needed the work, true, bu t would be out for three to si Canterburyand Totals 42 7 IS 7 Totals 3541 5 was Buffalo 31-0. Result: Buf- Tate lost the services of defensive .
x Landon Miller, Alabama; Kansas City ............... 130 Ml tW-7
at the time the rest j jI end John Matlock who
same falo 34 Kansas 17.
axs t weeks. Boston .. .. ...._.... ...-.... I" *.. 100-4 City
all : Billy Edge, Auburn; Mike Den- I I II out with foot suffered
healed'.up our injured play I ct Alabama Coach Paul Bry- E-Causey. Pena, Campaneris Thomas. was a injury -
ers." nis and Billy Sumrall, Missis- Malzone. DP-Kansas City 1. LOBKansasCity The New York Jets unveiled J in a non-football accident.
ant moved Wayne Trimble, a sippi Whit Graves LSU Lance 15. Boston 4. I
; ;
Brummitt said the Shar k s 26-Colavitn. Causey Green Charles.Conigliaro ,
sophomore signal caller, up to Spalding, Vanderbilt. 38-Groen, Bryan, Jones. S-
drilled last Wednesday and the second unit Wyatt.
Fullbacks-Steve Bowman, Alabama IP H R EP. BI SO
idle: until Monday. "We I CHAIN'LINK
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Jo hn Cochran Au-
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Philadelphia 17 57 .tv Baltimore M 59 JW Monday in an effort to keepdown I Specialists-Bob Etter, Geor- Ritchie ... .... 32-3 4 0 0 0 2 HURRICANE
injuries. St. LOUIS M 43 J50 4V* New York M 5I.5f% 1Yi ...
which haveolacued Lamabe L 9-13 3 S 3 2 2 1
Cincinnati 7f 64 ..55! TV* i Chicago M ,| jjy 2 injuries gia; Frank Lambert, MisSis- Heffner .._... .... 1 I' e 1 1
Having Troubles San Fran. 10 45 !SI TV Detroit 77 4* Jil lOVi some teams. ThreeGeorgia 1 Lamabe faced 2 men In fth.WP .
Milwaukee 74 d0 J17 ijv Los Angeles 7S 72 .510 13 sippi. .
Gray. T-3Of. ALASS.Gnatnewtaste
Melrose :coach Carl Herring Pittsburgh 74 4* .517 ir/i Cleveland T2 T2 .soc: 14V4 starters are listed on FENCE
said this Mustangs are having Chicago Los Angeles 72 45 72.71 jfS SCO '15 211* Minnesota Boston 64 72 74 S3 .473.435 24 15V4 the injured list for the Alabama -

their troubles., "We lost star Houston 5* 17 .404 2* Washington 57 M jn 31 game and several other
New York 4t t$ J40
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City 54 Protect
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Philadelphia 4. Houston 1 Baltimore 4, Minnesota 3 Beautify_
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tim ..uPreviously St. Louis at Milwaukee rain Only games scheduled
Georgia Coach Vince Dooley -
Only games scheduled tobacco NOW
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leg., Herring, said, starter and .10 Cloninger at Milwaukee 14-12 twl-flight SadowU 1-10. and Us Angeles night Chance 11-7 at New York Fred Barber may not start

center Troy McGuire has miss- New York Cisco 5-14 or Locke 1-2 at Kansas Downing 12-7. night against the Tide Saturday. in filter
San Francisco Marietta! 17-7 nigh City O'Donoghue MO at Boston .a r It1PE
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I Johnson 10-U night! Chicago: Horlen 114 at Detroit Wicker
halfback Butch Arwood has sham lt-10 night knee injury Smith with head
Pittsburgh Friend 11-14 at Los Ange'es Tt151tO p 6 FLTEI tPTlE
U Miller 3-&, night Washington Nanim t-13 at Cleveland Sle-
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Cincinnati turkey 104 at Chicago Jackson bert 4-4 night !
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j 'Canes Face Long \laucmGOLF .

A KUtl'O FA1e-MNI/ By MURRAY CHASS recorded his 17th victory. The Bunning each win 20 games, it slammed his 26th homer. Calli-

of Practice Associated Press Sports Writer aces of Philadelphia's pitching will mark the first time since son's hit snapped a 1-1 tie, and I

Day s JiF='rER A taEAVY RAIN While the Philadelphia Phil- staff have followed that pattern 1916 that the Phillies have had Allen's blow clinched the victo-

K I NOT UNCOMMON lies virtually are running, away recenlIy.i two winners in that category.
AGg A pu-rr wifH A pUC't7Jt: I with the National League pen- i Bunning won his 14th game Grover Cleveland Alexanderwon ry.Besides his home run Mon-

1 for Lee OF(:JAW.WA1'eR:AND 'SEiWEEN tt I:!! Hoz..r.i HERE HE I nant, they are enjoying an intra- Aug. 23, and Short followed suit 33 games and Eppa Rixeywon day, Callison singled in the third

Prepping MANY UNORtIsN1ED GOLFERS mural game of follow the leader. three days later. Their 15th' 22 for the second-place and doubled and scored in the
WAfrl' 1"ROKG' IN-1 YiNGTO Their latest Mon victories came 1
game came Sept. and 2, Phillies that fifth.
.... .-. ... SLOSH rHROu& i. .
Gainesville High School facesr "We'll wind it up Wednesday,'" day night as they defeated respectively while the 16th 'But back to follow the leader. Short lost his shutout bid in

Gutierrez said. "Our Thursday Houston 4-1 and increased their plateau was reached Sept 5 and Allen and Callison have joined the eighth inning when Bob
another of today
long day practice
, drill will be in shorts." The lead to 6V& games over the 10.Although the fun the past two games. Lillis doubled and came aroundon

t '"- in preparation for its sea- Wave opens its season at home "":. o second-place St Louis Cards, Short, who will be 27 Allen, the second batter in the two infield outs. -

t son's opening game. with1 Jack- Friday night with Orange Park. \1 whose game at Milwaukee was Saturday, has lost three more line-up Monday night, singled in In the only other NL game,

I Nfsonville. Lee Friday night in the Santa Fe covered every phaseof 0 \ rained out. games than Bunning, his earned the first inning before Callison, Pittsburgh whipped Los Angeles

-- Gator BowL the game Monday, Coach \ Chris Short posted his 17th un average is lwer1.85 to batting third lofted his 27th 7-2 as Bob' Veale fired a five-
. .. _!I. victory against defeats 2.23. In fact, only Sandy Koufax homer
Charlie Roberts revealed. "We .. a season high for him. hitter for his 17th victory
' I Coach Jim Niblack said the hit," he said. Roberts commended :. with 'a four-hitter while Johnny has a better ERA in the league, The day before, Callison, third against 10 losses. Dick Schofield

i I ..v Canes did their first running the efforts of tackle D o yle '.:.... <(I j 1IIKNOWLIsDGEABL1y III II\I 1119 Callison rapped three hits, 1.74, and he's finished for the in the line-up, belted 'a' run-- drove hi four of the Pirates'runs.

: t outdoors since last wetk Mon- Sikes, linebacker Frank Taylorand L I drove in two and scored two. season. scoring single in the 10th inning His three-run double.in the

I day and "our timing on offense end Larry Hart. .. .. One part of the Phillies' game Incidentally, if Short andClayListon before Allen, hitting fourth, fourth broke a 2-2 deadlock.
&OL..F :R& -IAKE A \ .. features Short and fellow pitcher -
off. Defensively we Roberts said the Rebels need .
was way dROUNDle" AND _\_ _. .. Jim while
; more work on offense "We SAVE; yrROKES IN Bunning
t looked good.
pretty WI11rHE includes Callison and rookie
made quite a few mistakes: in ACCOJDANc.e \ OnChampion's
fJle F ZAN'fBD .
Richie Allen. I Fight -
Niblack said the 'Canes would "
our line blocking assignments, IN /&/& 32 CONCERNING

-1..,.; cover every phase of the game he said. The Rebs will continue c ASuAL WATFR. JTSuwannee ReAP7: \ I r Short's 17th triumph came

_, today with some more scrimmaging contact sessions for F r i d ay's -,, ,.4q CO.t/O/t/CbVS \ just one day after Bunning

.. in prospect. "We'll try opener with Madison there. /W1 VPNP' B rwEENA ....-'. \ -, J Title Lifted
BAt hY/Mh 2'Tr/EPvff7: vCs : : -
to taper off Wednesday and I ... -. r
I Good GREEMAMO 71I HO.t 7"d \
--*" Pretty
Thursday," Niblack said. P AY R MAY UPOniP"BAJ.t. 1-
Starke had a pretty good ses-
AND P.t.A&P WlrHovrflWAt.1Y
1 P. K. Yonge coach Mike Gu- sion Monday, Coach David INrHP'NEARESfPosrrav By BOB HOOBING : advance to refuse to recognize a; among them is that the winner

tierrez said the Blue Wave got Hurse said. "We got in a half- 7'0 w/geE/i-MY PHILADELPHIA HOUSTON I BOSTON (AP) Heavyweight rematch. must post a $50,000 cash guarantee -

in a good day's work Monday."We and-half workout Saturday night WHICH/ P A FROM FGO RO-m S MAX'IMlMKEt. -sE' CONOrGWS brhbi ibrhbl champion Cassius Clay, The Massachusetts Boxing he'll meet one of the top I
"We workedin .BUrNOrNEAREP 7HEHoGE.M Gonzalez ct 5 01 1 Kaska tt 0 1 0 pardon, Muhammad All, was Commission, which has bouncedin four rated contenders as listed
had a dummy scrimmage, too, he revealed. Allen 3b 4110 Be'uch'p If 3 0 0 0 .
worked hard on offense, trying the gym and outside." OVA .a Mawr At& I' Callison Power 1b rf 4232 0 0 0 0 Wynn Bond Ib:t 4010 4000 'strangely subdued. Challenger and out of that fistic forum by the WBA within six months

to get our timing back." Gutierrez The Tornadoes, who meet Wine 3b 0000 Aspro"e 3b 2000 Sonny Liston actually smiled. faster than a man on a trampo- after the fight.

indicated PKY would Macclenny at home Friday Covington H'rrnsfn 15 If 4 3000 0 1 0 Hardy Lillis 2b cf .:3000 3110 Gov. Endicott Peabody an- line, as has Michigan, said it The next step the WBA !Is

work today on defense and the night, are injury free, H'irse re- Taylor Dal'mple 2b c 4000 3011 Bateman Bruce c 3000 1010 nounced they'd meet in a Nov. felt the safeguards it had under- expected to take, having now
kicking game. ported.' Clubs Amaro ss. 4110 Murrell ph 1000 16 title fight at Boston Gardento taken would satisfy the WBA. declared "no recognition" of the I

.. Hurse said his gridders con- Short Totals p 35 4020 4 ID 4 Gaines Totals ph 291 T 0 0 41 1 the surprise of no one. "This isn't really a return fight and "no champion".is to

tinue to shape and he is hope- Philadelphia ............... 200 110 000-4 The World Boxing Association bout," said commissioner Ed set up a tournament to settle the
up ....... ..
'! I FSU Continues Houston ... ....... 000 069! 10-1
(. ful they will be ready icr the quickly replied that everyone in Urbec. "We've arranged a fight title.Merv f
E-None. DP Philadelphia/ 1 .Houston
Back in ActionSuwannee -
t opener with the Wildcats of Baker 1. lOB-Philadelphia 6. Houston r.2B the room was quarantined, as it between the champion and the McKenzie, newly elect

-i Light Practice Co. SB -Callison.Callison, Lillis. HR-C. Won (27). were, by a sweeping suspension. top contender."We ed president of the World Box-
....<,.,'N.w:.... .. ....,. H R ER BB SO Clay's title was lifted. shouldn't have been ing Association, said from

TALLAHASSEE (AP) Flor f t Conference football of water Sunday,".Parris said, Short Bruce W.17-7 L.13- ............ 9 5 4 9 4 1 4 1 2 1 5 4 Clay, deep in thoughts of the allowed to vote in the last WBA Toronto the mass suspensions
teams returned to the practice 'but it drained off for Raymond ......... 3 0 0 t' 0 4 I
continued enough
We didn't
:: ida State University Brown ...._.._. 1 1 0 0 0 0 Black Muslims and a 30 per meeting anyway. pay automatic when the
j .. light practice Monday in preparation fields Monday, many of them us to work. It was slick." T-2:06. A4,909.Pittsburgh cent slice of a predicted $5 our dues last year or this year fight was signed.
.N for the opening football for the first full day of workin LOS ANGELES because of our financial condi-
I To Stay At Home brhbi abrhbi million purse, looked as con- $450,000 Gate I--
Univer almost week.
..V game Saturday at the a Parris said the Bears gave Schofield ES 3014 Parker If 3010 cerned as an elephant bitten bya tion."I At rate the fight is at
sity of Miami.It But the Dixie Co. Bears of Vlrdon cf 4110 T'cewskl 3b 3000 can't visualize the publicnot any on
ai thought to switching their opener Clemente rf 4 0 1 1 W.Davis! cf 4000 gnat. the Garden where 13,909 is the
? Q Cross City still are having their Stargell If 3000 Howard rf 3110 accepting Clay as the cham- ,
was the first time the team : to Greenville instead of Mota ph-lf 2000 Fairly Ib 3110 'Who are the WBA, they legal capacity and where tickets
and i problems. Coach Al Parris said at Cross CI'denon lb 41 2 Oliver 2b 4021 pion. Titles are won or lost in
As of
#.".' practiced under lights playing City. now, Bailey 3b 4110 Shirley ss 4000 oughta be investigated, Liston the This is the the will be scaled from $50 to $10. ) .
ring. fight
the first time the new lights e he worked out twice Monday however, it will be a home op Mazer-kl 2b 4221 Torborg c 2000Pagl'roni said in scorn. Sam Silverman, partial promoter
since school will not resume until c: 4220 Reed p 1000 public wants. i
turned on at the expanded ener. had threatened in :
.. were -- Veale p 4000 Walls ph 1000 The WBA along with Intercontinental 1
FSU football stadium. Wednesday. "I had 11 boysin Wills ph 1000
Frank Taylor Doyle SiketAppliance
Great Promotions Inc. estimated
Totals Fight ,
North Marion coach Stan 36110 ( Totals 27 2 S 1
Stores managed ...............
I I he said. Los Angeles OJO 000: 080-2 Wins ,
) practice in wind, rain and Roberts concerned, either. "I look for- with the rest of the 'money
I w (Many Other Businesses Too) Parris explained that several both last week excepting one 3.Mazeroskl LOB-Pittsburgh Torborg.6, Los DP-Pittsburgh Angeles 5. ward to a great fight," said the coming from closed-circuit TV,
I II You'll save money on the special package Insurance II Bear players live in the Stein- 2B-Clemente, Schofield, Pagliaronl. SB
chief executive who did not win radio and in-
foreign rights
II 4 plans we have for yours and other specified bus!' day. "From what we accom- -Clendenon. SF-Schofield. I .,
I'' nesses. Your premium is discounted when we group hatchee area which is accessible IP H R ER B8 SO Pistol Shoot his party's renomination in the cluding movies.
I your present policies into a single package plan. plished, though, we'd have been Veale W 17-10 .... 9 5 2 1 5 6
or Call tomorrow and start saving now. I only by boat at the present better off at home." Reed L 2-4 ....... 5 7 5 5 23- state primary. Both contestants will get 30
staying .........
i time. Others are in the CMtown I Brewer 2 0 0 0 0 1 the The State Commission in its cent of the whole *
Kirkpatrick & Edmonson I Toole said the Colts had a Perranoskl...... 2 3 2 1 1 4 Lt. Courtnay Roberts won per pot.
Insurance Inc. !area where the Suwannee Riv- drill T-2:34. A-1MU. Master Class in the open invi- statement, outlined stipulationsfor Both say they'll win without
long Monday, working on
er a flood threat. the 15-round bout. Chief much elaboration.
.. poses tational shoot Sunday at the
,. 31 N. MAIN ST. PH. 372-8438 l ,defense. Toole said junior Paul
"Our field was under two feet Boys May SignUp Boulware Springs range. Rob- -
w. -- ---- !Weaver is improving at a line-
erts fired 856x000.
backing and Jim Huff also
post I'
for Runnerup was Hector R. Mil- Howsmartareyou
has looked good on defense. Veterans Flag
lan with 846x900 while 0. E. Ma-
Don Smith, fullback; Roger -
Wood, tackle; and tackle Grid tos was third, 826x900.
Raymond Cramer, Lake City,
4 Bobby Gibson have been steady
led Class with 812x900,
performers.Ends All boys 7-13 planning to take Expert about ;
Andy T. Raczynski pa c e d
in the Club Fl
Ashley Wood and Sells part Boys' ag Sharpshooter Class, 768 x 900: 1

Edwards also drew praise from Football program may sign up Dr. Richard M. Fry led Marks-
Toole for this efforts. at the club Monday through
Class 802x900 and R. M.
man ;
Williston's Sammy Miller said Friday, 3-5:30 p.m. and 7-9:30 Davis Jr. was first in Tyro investing ?

the Red Devils had a good prac- p.m., and Saturday 9 a.m.5p.m. Class, 733x900. :'
There will be teams in Ca-
tice Monday and went over every Fry and D a vis'
of football in their det ((7 and 8)), Midget ((9 and 10)) I

first phase session outdoors since last and Junior ((11 to 13)) leagues. will competition.Other move up .one class higherin (Take this test about stocks and bonds and sea

I4IIH7ar.I < Wednesday. "We spent a lot of Team assignements will be Check all
good scores: answers are correct) ,
time with a goal line scrim- made September 19 at the following Expert Charles C. F rue, you {

.. .. .. he said. times:
: : mage, 796 x 900; David B. Sincere, 1. A good reason to consider investing Is:
-.I Tackle Richard Cline still is 7 and 8, 9 a.m.; 9 and 10, D o
708x900; Sharpshooter ug D A. You want to get rich quickly.
out with an injury but end Ron- 10 a.m.; 11 to 13, 11 a.m. I Martin, 741 x 900; M. J. Powell, D B. You want to give your money a chance to grow.

,, nie Stevens has returned to Registration will be climaxed 712x900; Marksman A. T. D C. You hope to get a second income from interest on
........ ..;..* drills, Miller said. when 200 boys will be the Grose, 713 x 900; Tyro-B. Wig. bonds or dividends from stock.

.: ...:::f.AiiJ: ; : Newberry coach Archie Bank- guests of the Gainesville Quar- gins, 657 x 900; R. R. Mason, 2. The
:; ; : .: 1 jlrl! jl terback Club at the Florida 664x900. amount of money you might consider Investing Is:
:; : :i ; i! ston said he had a scrimmage D A. Everything that's left over after paying the rent, food
-.. Monday. "We also worked on S.M.U football game. Only boys Next shoot will be at 1 p.m. and clothing bills.

defense. I thought it was a pret- who join the Boys' Club Fl ag Oct. 11. The Gainesville Pistol D B. Whatever you can scrape together after taking out a
t ty good effort." Football program and have a Club welcomes all college stu- loan
personal mortgaging your house and emptying the
{, ,t :Gator Booster shirt will be allowed dents to paticipate. Lt. Roberts cookie jar.

Line Standouts to attend the football said the annual "Sight-In-Day" D C. As much as you feel you can afford to invest after giving

Bankston said guard Billy .game with the group. All boys will be on Oct. 24. City and first call to living expenses and an emergency fund.
I : : .{.. Martin, guard Wayne Tharp, planning to take part in the flag county residents interested in
.li 3. The to choose stocks and bonds Is
I guard Buddy Broxton and tackle football program may register 1 checking their guns for the com-
Frank Smith were standoutsin anytime for the Florida SMU ing hunting season may do so D A. Get facts from a Member Firm of the New York Stock

the drill. game by coming to the Boys'Club i at this time. More details will Exchange. Ask a Registered Representative for his opin
ion; then make decision.
The Panthers with and registering. I be announced later. your
open D B. Ask your friends and neighbors about the stocks they
Lake Butler Friday night in a have heard about. Choose the ones that most of them
: T LONG; home game. recommend.

:; G At Chiefland, Coach Doyle [D C. Listen to any exciting rumors from an acquaintance or

McCall said his Indians:: prac- EVEBYTBIIG1OlD a persuasive stranger willing to let you in on a"sure thing.'*

t .>:.':.: ticed on offense Monday. "We're Buy fast.
ai trying to get our timing back 4.The thing to keep In mind about securities listed on the New
.!ter the layoff." Doyle said York Stock Exchange is:

.rvTIJNErr he planned to work on both of- FASHIONEDABOUT D A. They can usually be bought and told quickly in a fair
fense and defense "Wed
today. and orderly market.

.. / f11 nesday" we'll try to taper off D B. They represent ownership in most of the largest corporations
.OS some. in America.

Chiefland starts play at Mayo D C. They offer varying degrees of rewards and risk,

,_,_-, .u .: ]Friday night. Answers:]

Lake Butler mentor Jim 1."B"&"C are correct.(Smart investors set goals for themselves -

[Daniel said his Tigers bad aj I usually for the long term. People who plunge to get

'good workout considering we rich quickly usually get poor quickly.)

: I workpowcrTRUCKS ;missed three or four days." I OLDTflYLOR86 2. "C" is correct. (Smart investors don't invest money they

Daniels said the Tig .-=' passing -! are going to need in the foreseeable future. Some systematically I I

game continues to be a'' invest through the Monthly Investment Plan, with as

strong; point. "Jimmy Thomas little as $40 every three months.) ,.

E2 FOR (65 ([quarterback) is throwing well," ,! (except the people who drink it) 3."A" is correct. (Smart investors take advantage of knowledgeable !

le said. "We have four good receivers -, advice. One source to consult is the Registered Rep

Larry Clyat, Tommy -' resentative. He had to meet Exchange requirements et"too

=.,. Mon models, more engines, the best in 4and 6-cylinder, V8 and Thomas, Rusty Wade and time he became a broker in a Member Firm.) .
diesel power, 18 tough truck enginesin I halfback Bob :' .
more Chevy workpowerl Lyons 4, AU the answers are correct.
1- all including 4 new lower cost
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i ott" 'f. ; 1887.Thafs when Old Taylor Bourbon was born. Its tasteis I I stock: investment."
t ; _\! ., '= : will resume at Gainesville still old fashioned.Smooth.Rich.Timeless.Yet the people t I J I Q2 J

UNIVERSITY. CHEVROLET: '7 Speedway Saturday night. who drink Old Taylor 86 aren't old fashioned at all.They're i I I A'" I

"'1 : ( :.; Last: week's program was calked young, smart. discriminating. And tasteful. Have a sip of I I .

North Main St. at 15th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. :': :: off due to the effects of Hurricane Taylor 86 and you'll join them. I I I ADDara I

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Tuesday September 15 1954 Gainesville Sun11

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t BUSINESS ,. .t m 4 .. Dora Dealt Blow

'I E REVIEW Y roar ;';;jamReaders' ,y''$% i t Jn.P5TT' To Area Crops

Late > By STEVE VAUGHN few days. Andrews estimated

Morning "If Most area county agents are about one half of the pecan
Request N. Y. Listing '" .5 waiting until flood waters re- crop is lost and 50 per cent of

m cede before making definite Alachua County's corn was
Allis Chal 22% Int Pap 34
'. C awXC vws'i estimates of crop damage due blown to the ground.W. .
Alcoa 66 Jones&L 86% t >
The following market quotationsare to effects of Hurricane Dora. J.. Cowan of Union Coun-
requested specifically by readers Am Air 42% Kais Al 32Vi "It's just too early to tell for ty also. termed and corn
I Sun financial I page. The Am Can 44% Ken'cott 89% pecan
I font- _
: quotaSTOCK
are furnished by ,LISTINGS .' ta sure how extensive damage will principal losses. He said the
Am Cyan 58% Lig & My 84 ".
3e, said Dixie County Agent corn would probably be the lar-
;; Am Mot 16Vi Loch.d 38AT&T' .
I II II Ben Floyd. "It all depends on gest single cash loss.

r NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE I Olin Math 1.20 42% Her!! Jones ...-. .. 14%I- 6844 Lorillard 45% bow long ,the water stands." State and county agricultureand
Am :
N Tob 36VMag'vox ,,29%
Pac G & E _1.00 Home Ins 67
32% % Dixie flooding is chiefly along home demonstration agentsare
... Abbott Lab 2.40 40Y ..._..... ., Ampx Cp 16% J.IM&M 56%
i -- I Pac Lting 2.40 29% Kennasaw Life .. 11% Anaconda % .r the banks of the Steinhatchee! gathered at the Universityof

Allied Chem 1.80 513'4t .Pac T & T ..--,.--...,? 1.20 28% We of Fla -.. 'If 53 Mohasco li and Suwannee Rivers. Floyd Florida for the annual week-
Armour .48% Mons'to
I. Amerada Pt 2.00 801 Pan Amer A 1.20 28% Lowes Company ....._._.-.19'/3 .ACL 78% Mont 81% said the town of Steinhatchee! long Agricultural Extension
.: Am Elc Pow 1.160 44'G Parke Dav 1.00 26% Milgo Electron -..-. 11% Babcock 37% remains flooded with all roads Service Conference.In .
34% Nat Dair 80
1.G Amer Enka 1.4Oa 63V1a Pennzoil 2.00 37% Mort Guaranty Ins 2444 Beth Stl 40% Nat Dist 27% leading into town cut off. an ironic situation Suwannee

Amer Hone 1:4-13 66V1ar. Pfizer .80a 47% Pacific SW Air 34'/4 62V4 N.Ani Av Levy Agent L. C. Cobb said County Agent Paul Crewsis
Boeing 51%
Amer M Fdy ..90 19 Phelps Dg 3.OJ 73 Schlitz Brew'-. .- .. ..... 46% Borden 77% 59V1aBrunswk' 10 per' cent of the peanut crop I absent from the conference

> Armco SU _. 3.0' 73Ya Polaroid .. ... '...... .20 151V4 Secl Life & Tr w.-. 66 .Penney in his county is already ruined I because of his stat-
; 8% Pa RR 38% emergency
Atch Topka 1.2Ca 3335 Pub SV E G 2.60 Southern !
39% Nitro.. 25
Cater Tr 35% PepCola 57% and one- third of the county'scorn us duties with the National
Baxter Lab .33 27 Pure Oil 1.60 63% Travelers Ins 434
blown to the ground.I
was due
Celanese 66% Phil Mor 82 Guard to storm damage
Beckman In 64th .Rayonier .. 1.03 36V4 Union Security & Inv 9% Chrysler 66% Phill Pet 54V4 '''ll it stays wet," he added, in his county.
Beech LF S 1.10 48' Rexall .50b 55% !
AMERICAN STOCK CocaCola 133 RCA 32V4 "the peanut loss could go as
Bristol My .80 66V1a Reyn Metl .5) 34V4 es
EXCHANGEAerojetGen Com Ed 54% Rep Sti! 50 ;ra high as 60 per cent. :
Brown Shoe 3.40 l05th Rich Merr 1.00 57% ReElects.Alachua

Brunswick -..._...- 8' R C Cola .. l.' 0 19% -. 31% Con Edis 92% Revlon 36% He explained it is hardly econ-

Cambell S .. .. 2.40 3435 Roy Dutch 1.73g 45% Analex Corp 27% Cont Can 50% Rey Tob 45% ..,., omical to pick com by hand
Dow Che 72 StReg P 31% From the ground after it has
Aqua Chem 16% .
Carter pdt 1.Wa 15'a Searle GD .90 62% Co.
Aurora Plastics .. 24% DuPont 274 Seaboard 53Y4E.Kod ..., "'" ",...... been blown from stalks. .
Case J I ....... ._.. 23' Singer 2.00 87%
129% Sears 122% Cobb said another pressing
Cessna Air 1.CO 30 Smith Kin 1.20a -63% Barnes Engineer __ 19%
Butler Shoe, 9% Firestone 42% Sinclair 46 Preparation Levy problem is cattlemen be-
Ches Ohio .- 4.(00 77 'Sou Cal Ed -1.05 34 -- Agent
Coas S Gas 31 St Oil Cal 2.00 66% Chromaloy .-.w. ... .- 15V4 Fla Pw 50 Socony 81% ing forced to move herds from .

Cinerama ... 5% Fla P&L 78% Soutn C 62% Mrs. Juno Enfinger, Cross City, re-assures her flooded pastures.In .
CBS. ... .._ 1.80b 42th ;St Oil Ind .. ....... 2.00rj 84% Alachua Wil-
Comb Eng ... 1.20 305 Sterl Drug .65 28% Computer Sci ,__,.....-...__ 21% Ford 577/s Sperry R 14% son Rayford Lee, 2, as he receives his typhoid shot Alachua County, Associ- County Agent
Cutter Labs A Frept Sul 41% St O NJ 86% administered A. T. Andrews said burn Farrell was re elected
Comsat Corp. 371h Texas UUl ... 1.20 65 16% by Mrs. Dorothy McGahey at the Cross ate Agent ]
Data .... .. .. Frueh Tr 33% Studebak: 6% secretary of the Florida Coun-
Cone Mills .60 193'4 Textron ._ 1.40 47% Control 58% City Woman's Club. Rayford was one of 1,200 who pasture lands flood waters are I
I Fulton Inds 10% Gen! Dyn 35 Swift 52 had received shots 4 in ty Agents Association at a meeting -
Cont Air .40 213 'Tidewater 34 by p.m. Monday preparationfor receding fast, mainly in southern i
ContI Ins -_ -- 2.20 5955 Trans W A 43% Gen Develop ._ 4% Gen El 88 Texaco 80% possible polluted water ,in that area. (Sun photo portions of the county, and here yesterday.
Contrl Data- 811s 'I Jax Minit Mkts 8 Gen Fds 92% Thiokol 14% by Bob Meeker) should be drained. in the next W. W. Glenn Jackson Coun-
Union Pac __ 1.60a 43%
-- Gen Mills 42 U Carbid 124% ty agent, Marianna, was elect-
Com Pdts ......-..... 1.50 53314 Und Air L 1.50b 47% Mackey Airlines -- 4%
Mead Johnson .. ......_ Gen Mtrs 99% Unit Airc 58% ed president of the county
Delta Air ... ... 1.60 62% _. 1.00 503'4Jim -
Upjohn New which
Pac NW Tele 23 Goodrich 58 Un Fruit 22% Dixie Girds BusinessIn agents group met priorto
Det Steel ... ....---- .60 15% Walter 23% County
the of the annual
Philips Elec ... .. 44% Goodyr 45% US Steel 62 opening
Emerson El 1.00 44 --- -
War Lamb .70 31%
Greyhnd 23 Univ Mat 14% Williston Agricultural Extension Serv-
Redwing Carriers 11
Fair Camera .50g 235. Worthintn ..., 1.50 49
ice Conference the
Ric Group. 33'3 Gulf Oil 57% WestgEl 38 on
.Finan'l Fed 391h Xerox 106% For Suwannee FloodCROSS
Fst Chartr 1.9'lf' 28'4 Zenith 1.20a 67% Sperry R. Wts. 6% Hon'well 119% Winn Dix 37%i Plans Show Day sity Glenn of Florida succeeds campus. Kendrick
Harper -
Int Harv 83 Woolwth 27%
Syntex 50%
Fla E Cst 12
Food Fair ___ .90 22 OVER THE COUNTERNEW [Tampa Elec ... ....- ....-.. 25V1a Int Nick 81% I CITY Anticipatinga !'Monday and that the total would WILLISTON The recently Manatee County agent

FMC Corp _. 1.rY. 51% YORK (AP) The following bid Tech .MoaciirTWA ..__: w_. __ 1931 swollen Suwannee River flood- approach 5,000 before the ladles opened branch of White Ford as president.
--- --- 4M. and National asked Association quotations of supplied Securities by Deal.the Wts .... -._ 27% ing much of Dixie County, local finished their job. Co. here has announced a Other officers re elected
Lay Inc... MissionaryTo I activities and the Red Cross The Red Cross is 23 when were John Causey associate
ers. do not represent actual trans- Valspar 7% bringingin "Show Day" on Sept. ,
Gen Tele ._._._. .81 333 '
Ga Pacif 1.00b 5H I actions the range but are within the which NASD's these estimateof securities MUTUAL FUNDS :are standing 'at the ready. cots and blankets to furnish the 1964 models 'will. be unveil county agent, Palm Beach Coun-

I could have been sold (bid) or Affiliated Fund 9.23 Civil defense director Ray shelter areas and make evacuees ed. ty, vice president; and 0. R.
Getty Oil ...... .1Og 25th. bought (asked): Bolivia
Capital Life & Gr, __ 10.21 Bryan said little actual damageis as comfortable as possible The new business is locatedat Hamrick Madison C o u nty

Grace Curtis Co 1.0Gb.80 5344Hel 14 I.Alico Land ._._,-..._,.., 8% Divers Growth _..---.-. 9.89 forecast for Cross City but :.during the ordeal. the corner of Epperson St. agent treasurer.The .

Amer Fidel Life __ 24 Dividend Shares .-.._... 3.89 To many of the outlying areas Glen Rapp Kansas City, a and Marion Ave., where Hulit county agents discussed -

IBM 5.00412 Amer Heritage ......- ...... 23% Dreyfus _____ 20.95 SpeakRev. will be evacuated and broughtto mass care specialist and director -, Furniture Co. was located. plans for a "Commissioners' -

Int Min C 1.80:1 Amer Mat Ins 21% Fidelity Capit ..._ ...-. 11.54 shelters here. I on the scene, said the primary -. H. I. Steel is sales rranager'and Day" at the UF, tentatively -

Int Tele 1.00 55314 Amer Pioneer Life _. 9% Fidelity Fund __ 18.27 Mrs. Harold Stan Dixie County High School function of the Red Crossis Ross Dice is service man- .set for the first week in February -

Kellogg .80a 45th Anheuser Busch .-. .. 57% ,.Fidelity Trend __ 19.38 field missionaries to Bolivia will be used'to house white evac- to provide shelter, food and, ager. Arthur Langston is man- 1965, and for the National -

Lehman CP 1.33e 291'4 Anodyne 4% Fund'tal Invest 11.29 for the Church of the Nazarene! uees and Oliver High School will emergency needs to get people ager of White Ford Co., which County Agents meeting to be
Letton In 1.93 70th Citizens Bank will conduct missionary servicesat in Chief held in New Orleans next
-- - 37 Income of Boston ._ 8.57; house Negroes during the high back into their homes,as quickly has headquarters .
Lone S CM 1.00 21A Conn Lt & Pow 37% the First Church of the Nazarene as possible. land. month.
Incorporated Inc .....,,....10.23 water anticipated over the week-
Marsh Fld w.---- 1.60 4n Cowles Mag & Pb .. ...... ,.11 Keystone K-2 .- -.- .- 5.77 302 SE First Ave., at 7:45 end and into next week. ,- -

Martin M ._. .-- 1.00 20 Dunn & Bradst ... .. 62% Keystone S-3 .. .. 17.50 Wednesday evening.The .
said of the
McGr Hill .bOa 341'4 Florida Gas 11% Stanfield's are on their Bryan flooding
Keystone S-4 4.97
eastern of the -is Reitz Reviews 50 Years
Mead Corp 1.70 475 Fla Nat'l Bank 64 Life Investors 10.53 fourth furlough since being as part ex-
when the
pected predictedcrest
Merkd 2.M3 .4355 Fla Tele 28% Life Stock Fund 8.10 signed to 'Nicaragua in 1943 by

Nat Air .80 SON Forrest Labs __ 23 Mass. Inv Stock 17.01 Department of Foreign Mis- of 25 to 26 feet hits the

Y Cent! .50g 468 Founders Life t----.,.... 9% Mass. Inv Growth-- : 8.98 sions.. Rev. Stanfield began his Brandford Saturday. Oi As. Extension Service
National and local Red' Cross
work in San Jorge Nicaragua
Nia M Pow 2.00 55% Franklin Life ,_ 55% Pioneer Fund 10.13

Norfolk W ...... 6.00 13135 Great American 11% Puritan Fund 9.67 and was later made field sup- units are cooperating with the "-'

No Ind P S 1.48 621 Grolier 40% Putnam Growth-_- ...16.03 erintendent. In 1959 he was Dixie. in County getting Health all residents Department in .Dr. J. Wayne'Reitz, presidentof sion," Dr. Reitz told his audi- changing demands of the space

No Nat Gas 1.80 53% Gulf Life 52% TV & Elec 8.32 transferred to Bolivia where he ence. age and demands on the Extension -
the area inoculated with typhoid the University of Florida today
has been
Value Line Inc _._ 5.80 serving as superintendent. and,tetanus shots. predicted that the next 50 Dr. Reitz commended the Ex- Service for the type of

Wellington Fund __ 15.39 tension Service for its w o'r k educational work we have to
High water is expected to of Agricultural Exten-
show slides he years
He will
I AMC Adds Models Tries NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS as with people, primarily offer has been too great to per-
tells of the work of the church flood septic tanks many of sion Service will be more ex- young
I Comp. Vol. Close Changes!'in Bolivia. which are still out of commis- citing and dynmic than the through 4-H. He said that 4-H mit us that luxury."

I to Youth Market9FONT 161, 900 Chrysler 65% up 21 A native of Colorado Stanfield sion from rains dumped by hurricane past 50 years.Speaking .. had been an effective means Dr. Watkins pointed out that
Appeal 82,900 Beth Steel 40% 3
up Dora. Cross .City has no for channeling new informationto Extension had made, more
attended the Christian Training to some 400 Extension
78,100 Ldeal Cement 22% off % !
and both young and old. changes in the last 12 to eigh-
sewer even though
Aft O/V Anaconda: > ?>95i4. nn.. 73L_ Ie n o 01 in Huntington Park, system workers from across the
AN A, WIS. (AP-j to the so-called youth market. vv.vv u. "' u that
The president said teen months than in ten-
damage from flood waters any
at their annual conferencehere
-alif.( in state
where he
U S Steel 61 % graduated
67,900 %
American Motors Corp. unveiledits The wheelbase of the American up the University's
Operation DARE period since Extension
expected to be light, polluted year
]1932. Prior to his appointment ,' Dr. Reitz reviewed Extension's -
Natl General unch
1965 line of cars at a press I was unchanged at 106 inches 67,500 12 .
water could cause disease to new program for developing began in 1914. One of the
half his-
he served
55,700'Am Tel Tel 68% off % is a misionary as a century
preview Saturday a reiteration as was the Classic at 112.
run rampant if not held in check agricultural resources effectively significant changes the takingof
of two churches in Cali- and ,
pastor I tory progress.He .
Penn RR 38 off %
of its philosophy that it builds The Ambassador was up from 52,600 with the immunizations. 4-H Club work out of the
for the 112 to 116.Abernethy. 51,800 Am Motors 16 up % ornia.f termed the passage of the had stirred imagination
cars motoring public, Mrs. Ruby Croft, clerk of the schools will help to pave the
l The Rev. J. Rex Eaton, pas- Morrill Act which the [ and enthusiasm of more
Martin Marietta 20 off % opened
driv- 51,700
not for professional race said 'that w h i le Dixie County Health Depart- way for making 4-H a more
1 some Rambler models will be 49,800 Allis Chalmer 22% up % t tor, First Nazarene has invited ment, said about 1,200 persons way for Extension work as the people' than any other single vital part of the communitylife

ers.Thomas A. Coupe, AMC vice 'longer and more powerful this 43,100 Pan Am 28% of 1% t the public to the service. had been innoculated at 4 p.m. most significant piece of legislation activity In the agricultu r a 1 of Florida the directs r

president automotive sales, ,year it represents no basic 42,100 Ford Motor 56% unch fa the history of .higher field in many years. said. Local lay leaders will be

said AMC would not change its .change in product philosophyat 42,000 Gen Dynam. 35% off VIa Egg Market.JACKSONVILLE education n the country. He To get the DARE job, done, called! on to lend guidance to
stand of the 40,300 Rd 13% % pointed out that its passage was
i traditional oppositionto AMC long prime supporter Sperry up he said will take the best. Extension these out-of-school. organiza-
based on the belief that wide-
excessive speed or horsepow- of compacts. AMER STK EXCH ACTIVE (AP-Eggs) tions.This! .
has to offer.
Abernethy said Ra m b ler's STOCKS mostly unchanged. Extra. large spread opportunity for higher Dr.
er.AMC 47-51 45-47 medium 39- education for the agriculturaland Dr. Reitz was introduced by afternoon HerveyS.
; ;
t president Roy Aberne- world sales would hit a b o u t'Volume Close Change
42 small .27%-30. industrial classes was fun- Dr. M. 0. Watkins, director of Sharpe communications
thy said his firm would offer 480,000 in calendar 1964 and he 164,600 Day Mines 9% up ;
lineS-the Amer- predicted this figure would be 39,500 Savoy Industry 23% up 3 Broilers and fryers: demand damental to a progressive so- the Florida Agricultural Exten- project leader Extension Service -

ican. upped to 580,000 next year. 38,900 Fotochrome 4% 1% good; slaughter today .and Sat ciety.. sion Service who said "In will lead a communications -

with the "broadest model line- Looking into the future, Aber- 32,600 Corp 50%up 1% urday 12,161,200 head; pricesper I "You. have a responsibilityfar this golden year of 1964 w el workshop. Miss Elo i s e
s the Syntej up lb. at farms 14 on 63,400 greater today thaa ever be- haven't spent much time In u Johnson will outline home ec- I
in AMC history. nethy expressed opinion Giant Ylowkn 12% % Damage
31,800 up head. fore in the of .Exten back.. Pre of Extension
Rambler will have 28 models that sales on the U.S. car mar- ODD TRANSACTIONS __ history looking s s,ure nomics objectives. '

and seven engine options this ket would average "!n excessof Purchases 440,429 ;*' 'OC rrf

year compared with 25 and 8 million cars annually from Short Sales ..-............. 3,475 Disaster Group ,

five last year. Heavy emphasisis 1965 through 1970 with an ex- Other Sales .._... .- 465,143 9j > 5

laid on convertibles in an es- pectation of an 8.8 million yearas Total Sales -,' 468,618 Surveys FloodsBy <

pecially strong pitch by AMC early as 1968." PREVIOUS DAY'S
478 TRENTON Flood damageto '
. FLASHESNEW Declines '- 605 farm crops and pastures in .,

MARKET Unchanged 264 Gilchrist County, due to Hurri- .

Total Issues .., ..._.....- 1,341 'cane Dora, was ,totted up at 'X"..
$255,000 by a local disaster com- = i.- i"" I
YORK New 1963-64 77 "
Highs >
mittee this morning. >
motors and I New 1963-64 Lows 26 : 4.
71. 1 1a
highs as the County Agent Jim Yelvington, -, ijili _
| j a committee member, said that t
moved ahead I .
Magazine Dora's flooding after effects : et. e, ,
afternoon. |
was one of the worst disastersto or t
Gains of key | | Deserts GOP hit Gilchrist County since .
from fractions ; r

Rubbers, )| || For JohnsonNEW 1948.The crop damage is expectedto 11j 't J' 5A
jines tagged :. >f 'if'
mount higher as the swollen > .. r'I
ly higher trend t I I The t' 'I In. h .. ;
YORK (AP) Suwannee River climbs another >' ,
ities, rails, Saturday Evening Post has estimated two feet in the next 'I iS '.

ments and I broken with its tradition of: week. Yelvington said 'many if(; .

mixed.. supporting republican candi- farmers would not be able to it.. "

Motors and' dates to endorse President get into their fields to work ".f.-
fected by Johnson for reelection.A them until April r

that Post spokesman said the The local disaster committeeis :

ler pact'' with magazine has never supports to file a report with the State J f' ;;;, ; : ;
Workers as a Democrat "as far back as we Disaster Committee along witha '" :

flationary have been able to trace its request for a $255,000 emerg- 'I ,,' -, 7. ,, :
,' !
The As : history certainly not in this ency federal loan. The report "." 'f. '
of 60 stocks at r"I ,.' .
r"I century. will go to 0. P. McArlhur in ," ,, '
I "
323.6 with 'I'
: But the magazine's current Gainesville.The ,

rails off .2 and edition says' Sen. Barry Gold- crop damage breakdownin .,.', ... A _'.),. ..
The Dow i water, the Republican candidate Gilchrist was: Corn loss, f'

erage at noon I would not make a good $120,000; Bahia grass pas- ..r >,,

86.74, which president and "has not even tures, $100,000; Coastal Ber- _.. "1' -

high of 867.13 made a good Senator." muda grass pastures, $15,000; ,
A fractional "Goldwater is a grotesque vegetables $15,000; and pecans
enough to put I burlesque of the conservativehe $5,000. The Wide, 'Wide Waccasassa

ovr the pretends to be," the Post Other members of the local

of 100. Chrysler I said. "He is a wild man a disaster committee include Fed by the torrential rainpour from ,Hurricane Dora, the Waceasassa River in Levy County has left its

a point and stray, an unprincipled and ruth- Ruby Smith, Soil Conservation banks and spread all over the woods of Gulf. Hammock. This aerial picture taken by Sun PhotographerEddie

ly topped a less jujitsu artist like Joe Service technician, and ,Percy Davis shows Williams Fish Camp and surrounding cottages and trailers in a somewhat inundated I

Chrysler were McCarthy (the late senator from Jones, Farmers Home Administration condition. To get to the camp nowadays, one has .to,take a boat. at the game checking station on the road

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11 Gainesville Sun Tuesday September 15. 1964

9-ff ::....,:=;:.::: ,1-\1515\ ONE OF THOSE

r What' your problem? For a general I IIqil

T Squeeze PlayAbigail reply, write to Abby, Box 3365

It Beverly Hills Calif.. 90212. and

include a self-addressed stamped envelope. -
Van Buren 1 I I
Abby answers all mail. a


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J DEAR ABBY: About two years ago my sister told me that things; in fact, I decorated it myself. I make a good living, V C/INOWIF.NcJ&THE THE DOLL S WXO )' f OWE OF MY BO/SfT-THE

husband missed chance to hug and squeeze a do all kinds of art work as a hobby and have even sold some AGQMyINyGYJR CYC GGGL-ON) J STOLE ft YOUj :1 V 6-FOOT RABBIT WHO
never a
oil paintings. I can put on wallpaper as any
,, certain both know. I asked husband about this my '.. I + MEn > I J ..
{ woman we my professional, also paint, lay tile and even repair my own car.I 0 ; f t PATH 1CPJGT \ OF YOUR DOOR.. ,

J and he denied it. My sister has a habit of making a lot of am my own cook, housekeeper and I make my own clothes.

.... nothing, so I let the matter drop. I had already forgotten all When I go out there isn't a dance I can't do. Do you thinkI

I about it until I saw this woman at our church picnic. My need a man? zQI
husband didn't know I was watching him and he came up MISS) INDEPENDENTDEAR >' /THE LAUGH'S YOU '
behind this woman, placed both his hands on her bare arms MISS: Obviously you do,'or the question would never l W MONSTER BROTHERTHJDOORLEDTOA i rr. -

and gave her a squeeze. She didn't seem surprised or angry, have occurred'to you a > ,
either. Since then I told my husband not to speak to me.,I'd go Gr -J11 CLOSET.HE'S .
'I to this woman's husband and tell him about it, but he's very DEAR ABBY: I still love this boy I went steady with. We a rr V>STILL IN THERE/NICELY" .-({-- <

Jealous and might hurt my husband. Am I making somethingout broke up about two months ago. I have tried everything to J\ J

a of nothing, or do you think I have a problem? I've had forget him, but it is no use because I loved him too much from .Gfi-
men try stuff like that with me, but I've always given them the start. I have called him up and all my girl friends have Cabby q-sS

il such a dirty look they never tried it again. I'd appreciate called him up, too, trying to' get him. to go back with me.

'. your advice They say we are perfect for each other. He always says he I \WLJZ AIMIN'TO BUT I CANT v I
TROUBLED has something important to do. How can I get him back? == UNK SNUFFY- GIT HER SOMETHIN' THINK OF NOTHIN'
:;i DEAR TROUBLED: Start talking to your 'f t )
him to forgive your childish behavior. Your sister is a trouble- DEAR STILL: If you want to get this boy back, your tech !- ;''GIT AUNT LOWEEZV HOUSED --

maker. Avoid her. The woman probably knew your husband's niques could hardly be worse. You've probably wrecked your A BIRFDAY f

"squeeze" was nothing more than an affectionate, innocent chances by now so you have nothing to lose by ignoring him Irn PRESENT 'j 1 ,rrY-

gesture. Grow up and thaw out or you'll create more problemsthan entirely, which is what you should have done in the first .(.,
can be solved in one letter. place. yI

DEAR ABBY: I am blonde, five feet, three inches tall, CONFIDENTIAL TO "DISCOURAGED" IN LIMA: Your

., weigh 110 pounds and have a fairly good shape. I live in a "failures" can be counted as victories if you have learned
nice apartment which is beautifully furnished with my own something from them. & fFELLOWtEs
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Tuesday Evening (Special) (Color) India's 12:45 O Guiding Light 3:25 O News

6:00 O News, Sport, Weather "Sacrad River" is the 12:S5 Q D News 3:30 O (Color) You
Ganges and this Lou Ha- 1:00 Q News, WeatherO Don't Say
6:30 O O News-Chet Huntley -
O Edge of Night
David Brinkley zam documentary examine Midday
it and the people D (Color) TV Bingo CD Popeye's Pals i
living along its banks as 1:15 Q Focus 2 4:00 O Match GameD Uslil HE'S OBVIOUSLY HAD A RIDE OVER ABOUT DON? ISNT ACCIDENT/I THOUGHT IT BEST
7:00 Q M Squad reflections of the spiritual 1:30 O Science Secret Storm IS IT SERIOUS CONCUSSIONIICAN'TTELLIFI'f'S WITHYOUL HECOMINGZ NOT TO SAY ANYTHING 70 HIM
4 Ballinger and a racketeerare heritage of the land. O As the World Turns D Magilla Gorilla z DOCTOR < MORE THAN THAT UNTILWE CHECK ? >a UNTIL WE KNOW HOW RICK ISs /
look-alikes. O Frances Langford D Let's Make a Deal 4:25 O News HIM AT THE HOSPITAL/ j ,

I O The Saint (Special) 1:55 News 4:30 O Leave It to Beaver I rl f dtN
"The Saint ,WithFire"
I Plays 11:00 O O (D News, 2:00 O D Loretta YoungO Q Best of Groucho
when he tries to
Weather, Sports Password Movie ,
find out the
I story 11:25.O Movie"Standing- 2:30 Q (D DoctorsO "Three Hours To Kill.":
of Nazi
the rise a new I
Room Only. House Party A man flees from his
party D Battle England.Line-Documentary Comedy about the housing 3:00 Q D Another World home town after being ac-
shortage in Washington.Fred O To Tell the Truth cused of murder.

? MacMurray, Paulette .
The Battle of Peleliu. x- tr r
Goddard, Edward Arnold. i
7:30 O D Mr. Novak ((1 hour, 25 min.)
"How Does Your Garden Meader
11:30 O O Johnny Carson
Grow? An inexperienced
substitute teacher WEDNESDAYMorning COURSE NOT + r I'M NOT JEALOUS T2 I PON'T
frightened DAGWOODIOF
and Afternoon DEAR--DON'T AT ALL ( CARE WHAT
has trcuble with her DID YOU > YOU DO
Jefferson 6:10 D Continental Classroom Still in the AT THAT ,, J AS LONG AS
class at ActBy
first American Government: PRETTY GIRL? JEALOUS s I_ > ti i rtV. YOU DON'Tf
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"American Tax System." : 3 ZQ -i-
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Adventure .. -
8:00: O High 6:15 O Scope ?
Lowell Thomas goes on O Summer Semester HAL BOYLE When Kennedy was assassi- I
a "Tiger Hunt in India" 6:30 O World Civilization NEW YORK (AP) One act :nated last November, many in z
of of courage put Vaughn Meader show business
with the. Maharaja ; thought that the
6:40 B (Color) Living Words
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Coach Behar. in the limelight. Another act of :rifleman who killed him had I ri
6:45 O Pastor's Study courage has kept him there.It also blasted I '
8:30 Q Moment of Fear career of Meader. )
D (Color) Hi, Neighbor =
took a lot of backin .
"So Deadly, So Evil. courage I They figured his own imagewas
6:50 O Farm and Home
O McHale's Navy 1960 for Vaughn to scrap,his too identified in the public
: "The Ghosts of 73." Captain 7:00 O Local O TodayO News, Weather act. After all, it was paying him :mind. with that of Kennedy. 8 rON r .t .1' hirer

Binghamton tries to Hal bread-and-butter money $45 a Vaughn, who had never met
7:05 O Ranger
: convince McHale's gang week."I the president or Mrs. Kennedy,
7:50 O Local News ==
that PT 73 is a jinx ship, was playing comedy piano was heartsick. THE SECOND CALL,I i MOT TOO 0PEN, MR.VAIERY K CONSIDERABLY *>V 1
8:00 O Captain Kangaroo OLDER, TO SAY...THAN THE HUNGRY EYED i
against hopethey'll and telling old mother-in-law "We 1 HOPE OR
hoping 9:00 O Divorce Court withdrew the album ICI LOOK5AS IF YOU'D YL5MAWNG PROMISE OF MOREA 700 yOUNfi I BLONDE WHO WAS HANGING ON YOUR ./ a
.. seek a transfer. O Bachelor Father jokes in Greenwich Village ,after the assassination, and I lyl. FOUND EMPLOYMENT THE ROUNDS Of FROM A YOUNG LAWYER... ARM THIS MORNING xs -
9:90 Q O Richard Boone O (Color) Romper Room spots," he recalled. "One nightI I quit work for two months," he E HONEY! BUSINESS OFFICE WHO GREETED ME WITH )& I CAME OUT OF
: "The Mafia Man." An 9:30 O People Are Funny faced up to the facts and ;said. "I didn't want to make a y EARLY TURNED OUT OPEN ARMS! THE TREASURER'* OFFICE

.. exiled member of the D Jack La Lanne decided what I was doing was I dime out of such a situation. TO BE SMART ,,. AFTER TUITION PAYING, DEAR Y3UR!

Mafia promises to testify 10:00 O Make Room for junk."I. "But finally I decided to go on IDEA,JIM!

: before a crime hearing, Daddy had discovered topical I doing what I had done before I
if the U. S. Government O News humor. That's what I wanted to ;and let time decide what would

t : will escort him safely to O (Color) Cameras do. So I sat down and wrote an i happen. After all, I am not a
: this country for a brief Please act based on what was going on .basically an impressionist. I'ma I'I
visit with his son. 10:30 O CD (Color) Word for in the news." topical humorist" oa+-

: O Petticoat Junction Word Within two years he became That was Meader's second act r

.. Uncle Joe decides to cash Q I Love Lucy well-known as a night club I of courage to prove that his h illl Ill I 1111
: in on "Beatlemania" by 10:55 O D News performer and was beginning to .success was no mere trick of
: casting his nieces and 11:00 O O Concentration hit the bigtime television shows. :mimicry.And .

.. Sheriff Ragsdale's daughter O McCoys His hour-long act including a within a year he has BJT SOUNDS AS IF U ...WITH HIS THE MALE USUALLY/ ) IN MAHNAY.,. SEE THAT THERE 19
: in a group called the 11:30 Q O (Color) Jeopardy five-minute skit on the inaugu- made his point. He has made I T- / YOUR OU Fi.YIN(5( I FR! N/1 I QUSgW LEAP- ]CALLS TNc SHOT5 IW AIN6 NO FUEL fOR NK

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DEAR HELOISE: mark the size on each article shove all the dishes to' one side dishes, pots and pans and put i I j I,.. CATCH SOME j AS AMEXCUSE
husband is military and with felt marker ,< L .::: FiSt FOR H } '
My a on bot-1 of the counters and present them in my disbdrainer and i ,
there is a constant sewing-on of toms of shoes in I r -: DINNER; i TO LOAF i
necklines of ONE clean side. Large clean put THAT in the oven! Then 1=
stripes and patches. I found it garments, etc? ,areas give the impression of she closed that door I j
hard to place these on with pins It seems to me it would help;neatness quicker than anything! She didn't even bother to I|I

because the patches are so stiff. the welfare workers who haveto I The company will catch you straighten blankets and i I I II a ; -

.solved my problem by using sort them by guesswork. .hard at work and think you are sheets. She jerked them off I j I
the of BETTY G. doing FINE! the bed and kicked them under I
cellophane tape on edges II I I
thejatches and applying to the P.Y. it and put the bed spread on. i

correct: place this way I LETTER OF LAUGHTER ;DEAR P.Y In five minutes my house j!
c3JC sew through the tape and DEAR HELOISE was clean! I I
: I We laughed so hard whenwe
it holds the patch or stripe If your house is in a real got your letter that we When the door bell rang,
she pointed her finger at both II
firmly.T l
and call actually cried.
you get a saying my kids and hers, and said, OKX.Y. 3OKE5TK..LET5 DRIVE KENO..rfl5 THEJAYEICU'RE
have found this works company is coming Quite a few years back I received "Keep mouths shut anddon't qJ ENOUGH WELL BE POWNi CCWN TO POUCE HEACOUACTEI5S COPS.THEYfcERAJ PINS :
equally well for sewing on ap- In half an hour you couldn't a call like this and one your VI TROUBLE AS rr.15f.. THERE IM TEN ..AND HURRY BEFORE I THE 701NT' '
pliques. It saves time and possibly clean the entire houseso of my bright neighbors happened dare open any closet I "5 WHGitE AIZE YOU? MINUTES/ ,LIEUTENANT! CHANGE MY MUMP. '
doors. If you do, you will all II _
basting and the tape can be removed get out the vacuum to be there. And did get the hairbrush instead of I h 1 ;i
easily after the patch cleaner and place it smack in she teach me! butter =: ti
peanut sandwiches for i
isTsewn on. the middle of the living room! First she I. '
yelled "Gads. lunch 71 Sft I
ANN. KING Then clear off the tops of as Next she opened EVERY "lAnd this is the day I learned ;....c j

many tables as TIME permits.Set closet door. how my neighbor kept I> (
DEAR HELOISE: out a can of spray polish As she went from room to house! | :
Here is a thought which just and a cloth. Kick all the she:
.toyson room actually KICKEDthe But, I think jou've got us ,
dawned on me; the floor into a neat bunch toys, shoes and nightclothes beaten. At least you had rap- ,Q t

When we gather up outgrownor and smile! Into, each closet and port with your guest. Bet she I
discarded clothing, why don'twe Also, try to make a bed or under the beds felt sorry for
take a minute more and clear the dining table She picked up all the dirty you.HELOISE I

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::URB vWMiKfcSSES: day and'

night shift top wages. ApplyIn ( BtIIIBm1
WANTED person Jerry's Restaurant
2310 S. W. 13th St.

1 In Memoriam must be competent with dicta- ACROSS s .

2 Card of 'Thanks phone. Excellent working conditions 1.Camds 31. Negative A % I I S P A R A TlisIrciotli
hours ad lust a We. 8 10 32. Water.
3 Lost fc Found ,. hours-week, $1.25hr.. Phone 376- 6 F A D

HAVE YOU 4 Personalized 1933 for Interview appointment. ,:.- 4. Kiwi nymph
I j Services .:Thompson_ ... Hayward Chem. Co. IF\ Mischle34.. fish
S Travel Information 7.
1 COLORED lady to keep small child children propeller I I 2 1' .
4 Special Notices from 8:30 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. 515 vous

7 Florists NE 3rd St., apt. 6. Mrs. .Moore. I. 11..Beloved Everything ITLNURE.SOL
after 6:30 P.M. 37. Prior to
I Baby Sitters. Child Care ,13. Caudal 2 2 ::
ANY OF EASY Spare Time YOURS ..:" 38. Ship-
THESE money
f V Places To Go And lust showing goneous' ChristmasCards appendage shaped clock ':: 1. c.
$50 to to S250.friends relatives. Earn 39. Roman TI A N .T P A R E. NTa
Personalized relig- 15.:A medium's
: ious novelty designs. Write for philosopher
FREE Anniversary offers Sample -. revelation
WORTHWHILE 41. Christmas -

I I THINGS I TO SELL? 76 Airplane Sales.Rentals Outfit Greetings on approval.478 No. Hollywood Southern, 17.18. Morasx Exist song SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZlE

71 Trucks for Sale Dept. 131, Memphis 12. Tenn. 19. Guided 43. March date

79 Trucks Wanted 123 WEEKLY for wearing lovely 44. Famous 3. Dart 8.Twin
dresses received as extra 20. Marble
f 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals wards. Just show Fashion Frocks 21.Figurine falls 4. Disencumber crystals .

12 Trailer Rentals to friends. No investment, canvassing 46. Periods 9. Heap ,
You Cash 23. Near
They'll Bring Extra or experence necessary. : 5. 10.Coaster I !
53 Motorcycles & Scooters 47. Newt Atop
Fashion Frocks Dept.591', CIncinnati 24. Horse fly
84 Automobile Repairs O 4520?. 48. Dutch uncle 6. Cr. market 12.: Limb
... larva
It' 85 Automobiles for Sale place Withdraw -
12 Male Help Wanted 25. Offspring DOWN
84 Cars -'t$ 18.Si-ani.cola
\ Sap 28. Treadle 1.Fruit 7. Labor \
punch '
:. Rugs 87 Autos WantedEDUCATIONAL MECHANIC WANTED. Sin days. 30. Raw metal 2. Bearded union: abbr.:. 20.Faucet ..
good working conditions. Barkley I 21.

: .. Guns Motors. 2201 N. Main St. rrr.rrrrrrr: cement

18 Schools & Instruction
II it J ; Prohibit -
Tools 19 Music. Dancing TABLES. APPLY COLLEGE INN. ; -
1728 W. UNIV. AVE. -L 26. Always
20 Wanted-Instruction
1 4 : IS "
LOCAL bottling company needs one :;. alike
Boats' route salesman for established 27. Eternity
EMPLOYMENT route 5 day week. salary plus ,.z'l-17 '''-. it I'
commission. Apply at 131* S. 7 f.; ;:;' 4 29.Melodious

I Tents 11 Female Help Wanted Main St. between 4 30 & I:00 PM. l.tf ,, 30. Individual .....
: It Z1
12 Male Help Wanted ROUTE salesman for soft drink ],: / k '33.Violet
IN .q
Books 13 Help-Male or Female company. Must be bondable age - ketone
25-38. Phone FR 2-8511 9 to 5 828til 23 .: ; ; 2* rZS. 116 flt .
14 Sales Help Wanted .
weekdays. !,:>" '":. .. 34.Wild

Plants 14 Work Wanted Female ffT animals! .....
: l
CARRIER BOYS between 12 & 15 3' : jr

... 17 Work Wanted .Male yrs. old needed for paper routeIn r WkLL .: 35.Sour ,.
-LA : _
: Pianos Wonderful the N.E. and N.W. Sections. }-:-.;:?:. 32 33 'f 36.: Ital. resort
experience for your ... .
c; '
FARMS & LIVESTOCK son. daily contact with the public / 3 8.Pester

THEWANT prepares him for a leading role if J* .37 JI 40. Curved
Stoves 26 Farm Equipment Its Inexpensive to look glamorous :: i ..
In his ,
future. For more information '.m {:? / .
when can !knit a letter
I 27 Feed & Fertilizer call Gainesville Sun Circulation you cape-
let that looks like mink. JI 49 ; 41 4t
Radios 28 Livestock & Supplies Dept. 3728441.MAN t% 41. Anchor

.; 29 Landscaping Top Soil wanted for local wholesale Jiffy knit "mink" marvel tackle
", milk route. Must be married takes only six (SO gr.) balls of 43 ?:(;, ff 4f 42. New
Skates 30 Pets Supplies bondable previous experience, age mohair. Knit. purl bands give

31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL 2135 and high school graduate mink look. Pattern 828: directions. .u *$; iT 1? 4F Guinea port

: I! Trunks SUN St.preferred. Apply 204 S. W. 5th all sizes. / ': ; Provided

Thirty five cents In coins for He"lfe.r" 3-IS
.. CABINET MAKERS Custom Cabi- this pattern add 15 cents for For lime 25 mJn.U
Jewelry 54 Business Opportunities net & Mill Work Inc. has Immediate each pattern for 1st class mailIng -

57 Money to LoanS openings for cut-out men. and special handling. Send to
assemblers. formica men & truck Laura Wheeler, Gainesville Sun
: : Bicycles Mortgages driver. Call to arrange for inter Needlecraft Dept. P. O. Box 161.
59 Money WantedMERCHANDISE view 3723509 daytime or 372-0070 Old Chelsea Station New York 11.
::: .; TV Sets N.Y. Print plainly PATTERN 16-Work Wanted Female 28 Livestock& Supplies 32 Mobile Homes For Sole -:
; man to help man NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS. and

age grocery store. Must be bond- ZONE. GIRL desires full time work as WANTED DEAD OR AIVEi Lowest prices, easiest terms. larg-

: 61 Wanted to Buy able. Capable of stocking. orderIng housekeeper or child care. Call dairyman to show us a better est display In central Florida.
ClothingCameras & helping In store. Hubbard NEW FOR 19651 200 designs FR 2-0334 after 4 00 P.M. dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills We trade for anything. Free delivery
42 Machinery & Toots Circle Grocery. corner N. W. 16th more fashions to knit. crochet than 16 pet. All Pulleted Oral-' up to 100 miles.FRAILER -
: Ave. & Mlllhopper Rd. avert Plus 3 FREE patterns. embroidery I
'. 43 Building Materials dolls' clothes. Send 2] 17 Work Wanted Mole Krunch. Over 1500 IDS of PDN MART
: : 64 Household Goods LICENSED Real Estate salesman cents for new Needlecraft Catalog. per ton. FMX Gainesville/ or Ala- Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 6

,+, ADS $100 a week drawing account. JOB wanted by high school senior chua. Phone FR 2-1095 or 441- East Palatka Phone 328-1050
45 Antiques
Antiques Large volume builder developing VALUE 16 Complete QUILT 495-743. 2105.
1 44 Misc. For Sail 3 areas. Position In Gainesville. PATTERNS in deluxe. new Quilt

: 67 Trading Post Reply to. Box 494 A c-o Gainesville Book. For beginners.. experts. Send 18 Schools & InstitutionsSPEEDWRITINGCOST 30 PETS & SUPPLIES Drivea
Furniture Sun.INSURANCE 50 cents nowl
: :: 49 Fuel Oil & Woods ADORABLE Pekingese for sale.
AGENT for local Males $60 female $SO. Call after
70 Boats Marine Equip. agency prefer person with some ACCOUNTINGCIVIL 5:30 p.m. weekday. anytime Sat.
:. Livestock 71 Camp Hunt Fish insurance experience. must 12 Mole Help Wanted SERVICE TRAINING S Sun. Betty Silcox FR 2-4745. Little
have car & be over 21. Compen-
Secretarial Courses Classes now
= 72 Office Equipment Announcements sation depends on applicant. Re- FULLTIME salesman wanted. Retail forming. Howell's Business College POINTER Setter crossbreds
DiamondsFish 73 Musical Merchandise ply Box 54f-A care of Gainesville clothing and furnishings. Experience 211 \y. Univ. Ave. registered FDSB champion s hip
Sun stating qualifications. necessary In retail sell- line both sides, mother valued Save a LotLowest

Poles 3 LOST & FOUND POSITION available for young man Ing. Salary commensurate with FR 6-3507 $300 weeks. wonderful value at
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Interested in advancement above ability and experience. 5Vb day $25. 4421702.CHIHUAHUA overhead In the Industry.

32 Mobile Homes for Sale LOST Walker hound puppy. white average salary while train i ng. week. Insurance benefits. Write LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING puppies. Females $20. DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like
: -:: Used Cars with black spots answers to Spot. Grow with the fastest growl n g resume to box 461-A to arrange DEVELOP confidence overcome males $15. Mrs. Jean Clark to work and you benefit. LOOK -
4 33 Lots for Sale 3711 SE 18th Ave. Ph. 3743335. company in the south. P h on e for personal interview. fear-apply practical technique Mlcanopy Tourist Court Mica- to the future make a sound in
34 Waterfront Property 372.3694 for interview. develop personality deserve nopy, Fla. vestment. See our top brand Custom -
Auto TiresAquariums MALE BEAGLE lost Thursday recognition be an Influ made 12 WIDES at 10
: ,.t' 35 Houses for Sale morning In NW section. 14" Beagle ANTENNA installation man. Must 13-Help Male or Female ence. BEAGl puppies AKC. perfectly I WIDES prices. 8 yr. financing

I 34 Cottages for Sale with brown head about 30 be experienced and reliable. Apply BS degree 25 years experience. marked from good hunting line. available. Lake Geneva Trailer
Ibs. Reward for return. Phone in person Tech T-V 122 NW PROTECTED territory Route Classes start Sept. 24. 7 5 pm. Excellent pets. Phone FR 4-2188 I Sales on Rt. 100 1 mile SE.
37 Real Estate Exchanged 14th Ave. 41;% NW 12th St.
372 3874. sales work. full or part time. For Information call Mrs. Rhea I of Keystone Heights. Open evenings

38 Real Estate Wanted iiio Dalmation dog in frontof OLD Florida company expandingIn Guarantee 12.2S per hour plus 376-7724 after 5 p.m. or Hotel SIAMESE kittens ready for light and Sunday.

:: Row Boats 39 Out of Town Property J. Hlllis Miller Medical Cen area. We now have positions commission. See Otis E. Brown. Thomas 3729501. mouse keeping S15. Call 374-1912.
ter. Can be claimed by IdentI- available for 14 men 21 yrs. Fla. Employment Service for In- CONNOLLY
40 Business Properties and up. experience not nee terview between 1 and 3 p.m. MEN I women 18 to 33 to train for HEALTHY 6 wks. ola puppies. $2
fication. Call FR 47091.
;:: Golf ClubsTypewriters 41 Residential Income essary. we train. Apply Room Thursday. Sept. 17. CIVIL SERVICE ea. Phone 3725887. Mobile Home Sales Inc. 213
LOST blue wallet In Physics Bldg.on 205. Baird's Hardware Bldg.. 5A.M. bedroom mobile homes. Many
-" English and Spanish teacher begin informationsend
42 Farms & Acreage Examinations. For PUREBRED Boxer puppies for sale 7 financing.
floor plans. year
Sept. 8. 1944. not calls. I
Money important sharp. daily. No phone work at once. May commute & Phone No.
name no papers. Drive out today. 3 miles Southof
43-1 Colored Property Sales contents are. Reward.
I from Gainesville with an I a t h rr Service. 112 W.
Phone FR 4-2387 CLAIM ADJUSTORDue Key Training Call FR 2-0895. Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph.
teacher. Call 6921154, or o921119 Adams St. Jacksonville 374-0571
to vnprecidented growth & collect Hastings Fla. BLUE Tick and Walker puppies SIS
? Motorcycles RENTALS 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE 8 pair Call 374-7784
Allstate has excel- Exam
expansion WANTED mate or female we havean Real Estate
43 Colored Property Rentals lent opportunity In the Gainesville FREE ESTIMATES on
LEARN TO DRIVEl opeciaiat Immediate opening for a motor I
COURSE Homes For Sole
... Used Trucks'Refrigerators 44 Cottages for Rent tention to nervous or elderly. area for a Casualty Adjuster route salesman carrier.. In I ATTEND First lesson free. 32 FURNACES and Quality
with 2 to 5 casualty -
45 Furnished Apts.Unfurnished Easy Way Driving School. FR yrs. experience the Brooker Santa Fe area. Good HOWELL'S BUSINESS COIL", ,,* SPECIAL
2.7002. Lie. bv State of Fla & a Property Adjuster earnings. If you have transpor. Central AirConditioners
COLLEGE. 211 W. Univ. Ave 104 x 208 Lot for mobile home.
44 Apts. with 2 to 5 yrs. auto. physical tati-n &, desire to run your ownbusu.ess ,
KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON damage adjusting experience.These with very little invest- f43507, 3723727. S1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes
47 Houses for Rent Furn. Prairie. For appointment call
Beauty on a BudgetAll
mont please call Mr. Caputa
Baby Buggies 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. work guaranteed positions offer good starting Circulation Dept. 3728441, ext. 19 home free booklet A mer lean FR 63052.
49 Rooms for Rent Perm. $5 up Sham-set SI JO up salary opportunity for personal 5 to 7:30 P.M.EXPERIENCED SChool. P. O. Box 14441, Jacksonville -
14 E. Untv. Ave. 3727724
n growth & an outstanding em- FURNITURE 1r17171
Electric Motors 50 Mobile Homes Open nights by appt. ployee benefit program.If bartender male or Fla 32215.SERVICE by
time full time. N--
51 Misc. Rentals female part or UPHOLSTERYFor
6 SPECIAL NOTICES you qualify. call or write full Apply In person 7 A.M. to 11 Best In equipment using In- ..
Store EquipmentFarm S1A Wanted To Rent details in confidence fe J. D. P. M. Party Package Store 4005 CALLS $5 top qualify workmanshipcall ternally Insulated ducts designed

52 Boarders Wanted LOSE WEIGHT safely with new Wilkerson. Personnel Depl., P.O. NW 13th St.14Sales .Heating Air Conditioning engineered and Installed

53 Office Desk Space Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98 cents. Box 11249 St. Petersburg Fla. Help WantedEXP & Refrigeration Service 372-6142 byALL
Machinery Contractor AMERICAN HEATING
54 Business Rentals 3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug GAINESVILLE
Company. ALLSTATE Any make or model window & AIR CONDITIONING CO.
Real Estate Salesman with units and household appllarves. .
Infant's Clothing NEEDED all unused books out. ambition and willing to work. 1S08 N.W. 13th St. PH. 376-8258
I INSURANCE CO. Also we clean heaters.
SERVICE grown books. and excess books. must be Interested in minimumof Free Estimates-Pick up>> and i 1930 NE 23rd Blvd.
Friends of the Library solicits Phone FR 2-5002 Delivery 24 Hour Service
Sewing Machines 22 Special Services your help for their Used Book MANAGERWANTED 125000.00 a year earnings. Act
Sale. Bring your books to Gainesville ive office. many leads and list -
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23 Home Improvements Public Library or call FR ings. Good advertising program. TLJ

Office Equipment 2-1061. All replies confidential and will
24 Radio & TV Service
H. and R. Block the Nation L& be answered. Box 582A c/0

25 Appliance & FurnitureWANTAD 8 Baby Sitters. Child Coca gest Income Tax Service wantsto Gainesville Sun.BROWN .
Movie Equipment locate a manager. Exc"ilefit
opportunity for right person. We It BIGELOWhas
train you. For person il inter
Outboard Motors RATESPH. Day. wk.. or mo. Old Newberry view call Mr. Kirst at.the Holiday an opening for an experienced
Rd. Planned programs. Pick up Inn. salesman in the Gainesville-
372.8441 at Llttlewood and Terwilliger Ocala' area to sell REMEMBER-

Snnri-c: I Fnuinm. nt".. .-schools. Call FR 2-6667. r DDt\CCl'tkl' llJJl'sJINf'tLINSURANCE Al. ANCE ADVERTISING accounts. to our eStablished -
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Nursery Furniture You will be paid weekly with a

Classified Only PLAY SCHOOLVisit of Jacksonville, Fla. year-end pitalization.bonus sickness arrangement.or accidental hos-

Vacuum Cleaners DEADLINES us and see for yourself Now has positions open for four and life insurance benefits.We .
24 SE 8th St. FR A-780e managers & 20 agents In Gainesville have one of the highest paid
Tus. thru FrI. papers & Orlando area. This Includes sales forces in the country.
5:30 p.m. Day before publication for children. mother reasonable will In care her Leesburg. Company representative

Fishing Equipment home at 909 SE 1st Ave. PhoneFR will ;interview at the Must own late model car and THIS WEEK'S IS ONLONG'S
44481. Holiday Inn between 7 P.M. & have selling experience. Prefer- SPOTLIGHT
..4 Building Materials For ads to go In Sun. paper- 9 33 P.M., Tuesday Sept. 15 ably in the age bracket of 25-45
UOO a.m. Sat. WILL baby sit In my home. FLA. No phone calls.SALESMAN.
VET 2. $10 weekly and Saturday For further Information w r 111 -rl,
Machines For ads to go In Mon. paper- 50c per hour. Call_2- 2"2. RETIRINGWE giving qualifications to John E. !'b CAFETERIA
Washing 1pm. Sat.Minimum. WANT A MAN who believes I Ihis In
who is not afraid of Smith District Sales Manager P. on W. Univ. Ave.
( ad 4 lines) ability
O. Box 34490, Coral Gables FlorIda -
hard work and who expects to ;r'
Heating Equipment be compensated accordingly. Six Long's Cafeteria offers a convenient location for net
COUNTER GIRL needed. Apply in
RATES months training program
Shirt 16 Work Wanted Female only student diners but also downtown business people .
only. Tropical
Musical 1 Insertion .......... 34c line person guaranteed salary plus expenses. j(
Laundry. 402 N.W. 13th St. To the man who qualifies, WI and shoppers. Good food, fast service and free
3 Insertions .......... 22c line
offer permanent hospital
a ex parking are the prime reasons people enjoy eating
6 Insertions .......... I7c line WANTED experienced waitresses business career within our perlence and references. Phone -a-i
Camping Equipment 12 Insertion .......... Sic line all shifts. Larry's. Restaurant rational organization. Call 376- FR 6-3583 : at Long's. .

Total 1225 w. Univ. Ave.EXPERIENCED 6621 from 8:30 AJM. till S P.M.for Long's is well known for it's large choice of meet
charge computed by an ?_
waitress wanted app
Plumbing EquipmentChildren's multiplying total lines x rate Must be over 21. Call FR 2-4490 UNIVERSITY STADIUM entries vegetables & fruits.

earned x number of Insertions. Manaro Restaurant. 2120 Haw- WANTED 4 MENto CONCESSIONSNEED Open 7 days a week. their serving hours are
J Five letter words per line thorne Rd.EXPERIENCED. work with large Eastern ele< .
Playthings MEN AND TEEN age from 11:15 A.M. to 2 P.M. and 4:30 to 8 P.M. ,

woman to take trical. High concern commissions.In the Gainesvillearea. Age 2340 boys to sell drinks hot dogs Owned and operated by Palmer & Sue Long the -
care of child. Own trans ort. peanuts and popcorn during all
Electrical Appliances 8 Point tion. Phone 3781120 after S p.m. neat in appearance. Car nec- football games, also men andteenage cafeteria has had 12 years experience In serving the
Sam. as 2 lines ordinary type essary. No experience neededw public good food.
t boys to sell seat
APPLICATIONS taken for Nurses train Call Mr. Haney
Dogs Cats Parakeets Aides and help in other Depart Mon.. Wed.,' and FrL only at FR cushions, sunvisors and souvenirs. Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT
: 12 point ments. Apply in person Gainesville 2-0500 between 9 and 10 A.M. There are I few vacancies -
Same as 3 lines ordinary type Nursing Center.Morley's Scott & Fetzer Corp. for reliable administrative

Sandwich CHRISTIAN MAN needed. Full or counter sales personneL Report DINING -i: CAFETERIAS *
part-time lifetime security. Experienced to CONCESSION OFFICE *
18 PointSame Inside Stadium. 3:30 to 5:00 COCKTAILS
Sunday School ministry

-:Nothing will sell it faster Shop helpful. Earn $100 weekly and UP. P.M.. Monday thru Friday, or GENERAL GAINES LONG'S CAFETERIA _ _
as 4 lines ordinary type 1029 W. Univ, Ave. No competition. Write John Rudin call FR 4-1187 for appointment. STEAK ROOM Serving hours 11:15 tl12 P.M. IIId

.WAITRESS needed 4 to 12:00 Co., 22 West Madison St.. ChIcago 4:30 P-M. III 1:00 P.M. 7 days UNIVERSITY INN
Featuring u.s.
2, III.MEATCUTTER. Prime and ChoIce Charcoal Steak Room, Smorge-
p.m.. shift also part time! help. steaks C week. ..
Jll'tpared to your taste board CocktaIl Hour 5 to 7. 2
24 PointSame Apply In person. wanted reliable, dependable j No salesman calls .. on our open hearth. Holiday 1M, 313 W. University Ay. drinks for the prIce of 1. Dane- ,
than theGAINESVILLE WANTED experienced waitress full time. Apply in 1900 S.W 13th St. FR 6-I2u. lng 'til 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin' ...
East Side Market, 142
as S lines ordinary type Apply Humpty Dumpty Restau- person Hawthorne Rd. THEY INSURE BILLIARD'S Combo S Richard Parkers orchesIra. ..

rant. 310 NW 13th St. : TO AGE 90! I ITALY IN GAINESVILLE' _ _ _ 1901 S.W. 13tJt St. FR 6-24C2.
DIM by In
WANTED to experienced begin work Legal Immediately Secretary )- WANTEDR.M.N. "Age alone does nor make | fyI atmosphere CIIIdlelight of ItalylMANARDS the delight. CUE STICK BIlliARDS THE ORLEANS
36 ..
PT. Fun for not only young men
RESTAURANT (Formerly Fred' Lecher Itoom)
for Senior Partner. Salary com- un-insurable
SUN munsurate with experience and : you says aa specializes In Lasagna. Pizza BUT young women. too. Try our U. S. Choice SUaks. ..
I and IP.N.
Joe F. Williams President i dates ..
Bring your
ability. Fringe benefits: Blue and other delicious italian Food Served 11:30 AM 2:00 P.M.
Same as 7 tines Cross and Blue Shield. For Interview atGainesville : Bankers Health & Life In- 2120 Hawthorne Rd. 5-n P.M.Open 1. AM 't.n 12 P.M. Dinner Served 12 '.M. 'a
ordinary type contact E. A. Clayton or I : suronce Company. 372--690 Closed Mondays 905 N. Main Street Cocktails Served Dancing 'a

James E. Clayton. Phone 372-9591. _ _ _ 4562 NW 13th St.
Nursing : "Folks 40 to 90 like our
The Gainesville Sun will not be WAITRESSES WANTED. Manor NOW OPEN Alan's New -
J WANT ADS responsible for more than one Restaurant. Apply In person 2325 Center. : new $1000 BLUE RIBBON j MR SANDWICH SHOP -

Incorrect insertion. nor will It W. University Ave.SALESGIRL. policy. It makes sure their J Across: from Unlv Post Office ADVERTISE iN THE BOWLING -

_ _ _
be liable for Featuring our own rout beef sandwich
any error in advertisement grieving loved will
I one ,.
.. a j
In natural 55 BOWLING at Its finest
r to a greater extent ABILITY Gravy. cents. at
: WITH ARTISTIC have worries about how
: no j
; z. than the cost of the space occupied Top payIng. local retail opportunity ATTENTION 'The best roast beef In town.- PALM LANES

',' by the item In the ad f x young woman who to pay final expenses. i DINE S DANCE Open every night for your in- .
: ; 1" vertisement. No adjustment will knows how to sell. This position HOUSEWIVES! No agent calls on you. No | SHELLEY'S Home of the Original Joyment from 9 A.M. to 2 AJ6. .

be made on errors that do not requires some framing or experience medical ITAliAN SANDWICH Free nursery service.
.q materially effect tf'Ie8"" of In art or home decorating. Increased Fall business necessitates exam necessary. Dial 372-6511. 2606 WaldO Rd. J76-46.U -
iI the advertisement. I Must enjoy meeting people. Per- placing/ ,3 women Im Free details mailed to you aIn for fast free delivery. DIRECTORY
( : manent position. excellent future mediately. Real opportunity for plain envelope. I Also pizza S your favorite ADVERTISE IN THE
& earnings. See Mr. Sandefer atRutherford's those who qualify for terri beer. $15 W. Univ. or our
The Gainesville Sun reserves 103 W. Univ. Ave. tories. We train you to show Tear out this ad right new storm at lots WA 1st Ave. SERVICE DIRECTORY

ft the privilege of revising or re- No phone calls please. Avon Cosmetics. For interview now! Send your name address a

= lecting any advertisement whichit I SALESCLERK l> cashiers for sun write AVON P. 0. Box 448.GatnesvOle year .f birth to: 1
deems .
oblecttorvabie PLACE .
and to dry store. Apply College Inn, Fla. or call BANKERS. Dept. C256. TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR
change the classification of any 1721 W. Univ. Ave.
advertisement from that orderedto I WANTED experienced cashier. Evening FR 2-0421 317 W. Rosedale. Fart

conform to the policy of the shift. Apply Larry's Restau- : Worth. Texas. CALL 372-8441.

t'tr. rant 122S W. Univ. Ave.
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: Clean'out the Closets & Utility Rooms New-Pick 'up extra cash .' Person to person ads are for non commercial users selling merchandise priced

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

.: | mM DAYS T LINES J bring quicker .action. "

.: DIAL 372-8441 ., A Courteous Ad-Visor, Will Help You Word Your Ad.

35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses, for Salt '33 LOTS FOR SALE 35 Houses for SoleFRED 35 Houses for Sole '35 _Houses for Sole 35 Houses ,for Sole

NEW HOME FOR SALE. NICEThree PARADE,OF HOMES MODEL BY OWNER concrete block 3"teo- 2BRThorne on corner lot. lowdown
BY BUILDER The Tropicana' by Hugh Edwards. rooms. 2 baths, large. conveni- HOME AND payment. $60 per me. Located
3 BR 2 bath, central heat & air bedroom 1 bath home with Inc.. has been, widely acclaimed ent. See at 1617 NW 10th Ter. at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call
THE TIME IS NOW conditioning. May be seen by ap oak floors Throughout,. good: condition Gainesville's most beautiful homeIn FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew Tommy Ridgell 372412.5.MOVING .
polntment. 3300 NW 28th Ave. close to Uttlewood school. Its price range. You may now
Phone 376-2258. $400 down $It'monthly Including : own this marvelous home com. ARNOLDREALTOR the Palm best looking Springs homes-model we've, one ever of $$ INCOME $$ TO JAX?
taxes fc Insurance. Phone FR pletely equipped with central air
HIGHLAND COURT BR. 2 baths. built. ,Four .bedrooms. 2 full GREAT
Fla. rnru. wall to wall carpet liv- 2-895 W. P. Ridgeway. conditioning dishwasher. disposal, baths beautiful brick facade TWO houses on large corner lot MOVING TO JAX
ing room, air condition. Phone REAL NICE 2 BR or can be usedas built-in oven and range and excellent kitchen arrangement. near schools and shopping area. GREAT trade opportunity. Will
3725347 or 3722080. 3 BR house In excellent loca patio gas bar-b-q grUi for only 16900. No Live in one and rent the other. trade beautiful water front
Do You Have A Room, ApartmentOr $60'MO. 2 BR. large kit.. liv. rm.. tion. Nice corner shaded lot, $22,300. Ask-to.see this luxurious FHA only S800 money down.down Price VA In. One has three bedroorrs and is howe In Mayport area for your
bath and back perch. Small down with garage. Tptal price $11.500 home at your convenience. FLORIDAPARK eludes fully sodded front lawn. ready for occupancy the other Gainesville home or property.
FHA financing available. Phone HUGH EDWARDS I INC. is now rented. Call for complete Custom built for ferocious beach
House to Rent? payment to one with good credit. Spacious three bedroom 2 bath gas lamp swim club member. details.ALACHUA. Room. .
owner 372-7401. 376-7971 living. Hugh Florida
NE 1st Ave. Call 3721537. home on approx. Vi acre wooded ship.
NEWLarge REDFRANKS THREE bedroom 2, bath CCB. tot In most desirable northwest VILLAGE GREENBy separate bedrooms.Family. .three Room.baths. ..three.Of I
traverse reds. $750 down pay section. Hardwood floors HUGH REALTYAssociates kitchen.Many.
EDWARDS. beautiful
INC. ice or den.
story home'In new restrict. REALESTATEMORE $83 per mo.4006 N.W..21st. Drive ,central heat, three air condi-' 2909,N E. 15th St. .Many custom features.Shaded
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy. COSTS ed, residential area. Has 4 bedrooms Off 39th Ave. : tioning, units. Separate din Inn 376-7971 by towering live oaks.
Multiple Listing
HOUSE FOR THE MON. room. knotty pu t'l Florida room .
2 baths upstairs; living. EY 1800 sq. ft. of living area 3 1 bedroom. 1 bath, 6-room frame fireplace in living room. $27,500. 635 N. E. 1st St. 376-2<<8 Will trade or sell outright. Contact
dining, kitchenfamily room. house. close: In. nice neighbor. e Arie T. Smith Realtor Hugh Edwards. Inc. Allan
.2 YOU MORE than the ud that will rent stairs.Study. & powder room down plus.attached Construction garage.3 large Supe.riorCCB bedrooms hood, .10. shady lot,. $950. SKYLINEHEIGHTS GLADYS Mabel Gore. Associate Donman Sales manager. 372.1551.
Immediate occup a n c y. Terms. Walter
Stubbs Inc. Ph.
Phone .FR 2-8965 W. P. Ridge- 2 baths. Big Livingroon 3765394.PARRISH. Picturebook appeal : in 'three beck
-. it way. with fireplace entrance rjyer, room two,bath:home,. centrally :SMITH
cover l iMtto. Nice yard. $16/- heated and air conditioned.: P..-
000 with choice of financing. Cal. chad Florida room. Ideal kitjv

M 6-0817. en with built-in range. oven. 3725393Idylwild -
Here's what COSTS YOU dishwasher: and'disposal. $22,000 I
your Vacancy CUSTOM BUILT and designed by Walking distance of new
FAMILY WANTED local architect with ultra modern with good terms.COMlond*. ,grade school. Beautiful lot 3 brm.
4 Br.. 2 bath.- Holly Forest Lg. Florida Living- In mind. PRESENTSFOR 2 bath contemporary home. New
EVERY DAY until it is rented : lot. Cent. ht. & over 1800 sq., ft. Nearly 2700 sq.. ft. of living area COZY FHA financing., 1 t
living,area under 525000. plus 3 car carport. Central heat RENT: 2 'bedroom' home in Three bedroom home nestled [Colonial Charm
& all-conditioning. Dream. kitchen N. E. location. Living ,room among the' trees on beautifully Near Finley extra lovely 3 brm
HIGHLANDS with unusual eating area. dining room and screen: landscaped lot In Northeast sec 2 bath home. Lovely location.
: : 3 BR,,2 tt>> like new. Cent. Ht. Striking entrance, .foyer & pat, Unfurnished. tion. Extra large Florida room Good financing ready for oc:
& air appraised $16500. Priced io. Large lot in Libby 'HeIghts. with fireplace, dining area. plea- cupancy.Tradition .

$40 per mo. . $1.33 per ,day at. .$13,000. Must be ,seen to be appreciat ,FOR RENT: 4 bedroom,. 2 bath sant kitchen. Terrace with lots
of privacy. $15.500.CLEAN 3 brm 3 bath home In
ed. $35,000. Call 6-0817. home in N. E.. Central heat and
INVESTMENT air conditioning. Unfurnished. Finley area. A lot that has been
_, $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day Duplex. frame. SW. needs repaIrs Claude M., "Red" ,Franks! Realtor and BRIGHT landscaped with loving care. See
near Dictown SI1, OC. LOOKING: for a home-business 'lo Freshly painted bedroom 2 bath this one. Good price good Comes to Northwest Gainesvilleat

:= $55 per mo. . $1.83 day TRIPLEX I 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone' 6-0817 cation-drive by 314 N. Waldo home with' parquet floods. Avail- terms.GI.ADYS
per Frame N. W. near shoppltirenter. Member Multiple Listing Road. This house has- 1023 sq. ab.e to qualified FHA Buyer for
neos rpairs. S11.JOO. 3 ftj of floor space located on a $45000 down and approximately SMITH
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day br. 1 bath nc-ne 8> ga age tp*., By investing in a U. S. Steel Home corner lot. Zoned BA-1. $8700 per month.,'Seller will
rear downtown nesJs repairs pay Buyer's loan costs. Realtor
built in this area' by
eooo. EXCELLENT; northeast location, PALM VIEW ESTATESN.W.
_: $65 per mo . $2.16 per day 3 BR Home needs repairs. $4000. ALACHUA Phone HOMES.376-0630 INC. this 2 bedroom'sleeping porch Associates:' Anna Hinson
DUPLEX Model Home Opening Sun. home priced to sell, with low ARNOLD Virgmia Power, Caroline Noyes

$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day C 400 B. Kit eqp. A.-C.. unto. $1',- from 1 P.M. 5 P.M.every beginning down payment' and Immediate 1228 W.Phone University 372-5393 Ave. 16th Ave. at N.W. 39th Drive
August 16. 3331 N.W. 28 PL .occupancy. -
2 $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day Compare bedroom.cost 2 bath with fully all air other condo'3 ATTRACTIVE traditional '3 bed- Multiple. Listing Member New Brick Homesby
Moeller A limited number of brick front fully
Mary homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY room, 2 bath home-living room 121* W. Univ....,Ave. 3723522 i
: $80 per mo . $2.66 per day TIME"Immediate separate diningroom, love. y Associates: air conditioned colonials are now under con
family room with fireplace located

Jim Sheppard Jane Caldwell I
RealtorMember : in Black Acres.' Jimmy Greene Bob KalkmanF. Builder struction. Prices 'start at $16,350. VA,

$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day w. Hedge Walter Stoddard FHA Conventional financing. For information
Mu'ltple Lining CONVENIENT. waiking distanceto 3 & 4 bedrooms built-in ,kitchen
1019 W. University FR 6-4471 J. J. Finley schools 'and Univ. equipment cen. heat. VA no 37 -7971.
= $90 per mo . $3.00 per day AssociatesE. of Florida. Two nice three bed- down payment. FHA from $700
W. Moeller Foster Kesler OccupancyCHOICE room homes priced to sell with STEPHEN FOSTER down-no closing costs.

::' $95 per mo . $3.16 per day Dick Durbin Sharon Grant nice, large lots. -
HEIGHTS Copito'Builders.' Inc.
QUALIFIED buyer, FHA. financing HUGH :
E $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day JWK room homes two three at convenient and four loca bed- -3 bedroom. new, concrete. Located at NW. 37th Place & N.W. 37th Place & 6th Street ,
block homes. Outside tClty., limo OPEN HOUSE' DAILY
tions. Quality construction plus 6th St. New brick homes under Builder-Developer
its. Only three left.
bonus features such as: real construction. Pick your own Cell .3724361 er 376-778.
3728404ONLY plaster walls fully sodded lot, colors etc. VA,& FHA Terms. ':

; CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR $10,75000 will buy a nice lifetime terrazzo floors GE centr.1 M.M.PARRISH. ..
three bedroom home. Conveniently heat adaptable to A-C, GE IIy ,
built-in oven and range a 11
located In the Northeast this
house can be handled for $350.00. brick fronts rustic gas lamps. ,Capitol Builders Inc.
: SUN RENTAL WANT ADS plus prepaid Insurance and sidewalks. swim, club membership N.W. 37th Place t 6th street More People Have Bought
approximately $67.00 per month. Can 372-0361 or 376-77U
new FHA financing. -
EASY to buy three bedroom two No cash. down VA.. H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham HomesIn
bath house In University neigh Carolyn Poole Mary ParrIsh Hugh Edwards Inc.
Low FHA down.
borhood.: Owner will cooperate Also conventional 19 NE First Street ,
= financing.
Tel. No. 372
with qualified buyer In arrangIng 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In
: 32 Mobile Homes For Sole 33 LOTS FOR SALE a down payment of 1000. Move in .. USED SHADOWLAWN Northcentral Florida Since
Central heat Florida room. 2 BR '1 bath frame house space ,
NORTHWEST oak flors, space for two heater $7,500 $400 down $65 ESTATESF.
LOTS for sale tn Deauttful Idylwild cars. and built in kitchen Tomorrow mo. 1433 SE 1st Ave.. Bud Robinson ., D. OLIVER
= TRAILER SALES between Genesville! and the new will delight you at $17,- FR 2.2984.OFFERED OFFERINGlndividualStyles 1945 Because
2702 Waldo Road N.E. golf and country club. Large restricted 500. They Recognize
At Palm Lane 376-0205 lots. Certified public water OVER AN ACRE In Kirkwood. GraciouS For You
system. Outside ctiy limits. masonry home central] VlllAG[ GREEN[[ BY BUILDER Well planned living areas
For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn $1750 to $2800.Clyde .
trailer & enclosed cabana. Ex. Secklnger Realtor heat two baths three bedrooms. 3 Bedroom, Vh bath home. )'Quality material workmanship TRUE VALUE
PLUS another bedroom and
cellent condition. FR 2-9886 6-8
Owner & developer Show house at 3321 NW. 28th'
A.M. and 6-12 P.M. Ph. bath for guests, a relative or A community you would be
FR 6-5038
for a study. Large screened NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. Avenue., Also 3 Bedroom 2' proud to live'In :
ACRE lots for sole. porch fireplace too. By bath home at 4620 NW. 33rd Drive West on N.W. 39th 2-3-4 BEDROOM ijOMES
= WYATT- appointment only. Ave. past the Glen Spring In
Phone 372-4416
MOST attractive home for less HUGHEDWARDS Court., T. D. Zetrouer,. Phone tersection. See sign on left.
than 1700000. Three bedrooms. FR 6-3848. FR 2-0866. '

: Trailer Sales 34 Waterfront Property two Florida baths.room NW.fireplace and features walled IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYNO

: Home of WINFRED patio. Occupancy after 60 ,
Pacemaker Mobile Homes Reg Broker. days. By appointment only. INC.North
specallxlng In
Shasta and Airstream LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. LARGE beautiful lots In 'Ridge- I I COMPARE.!
-- Travel TrailersOcala's AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose. wood S-D at reasonable prices.All Central Florida's Largest MONEY DOWNV
First Mobile Home GR 52981.Cedar. Improvements paid. Llgle- Builder and Developer
.. Dealer Since 1948 wood-Westwood section. Furnished models at 2909 NE '15th

19 2i Silver Phone Springs 629-1358 Blvd.i Key Shoresfine J. W.KIRKPATRICK. 376-7971 St. A Village \'f' greeH

TV, O<.ala. Fla. homesites from $2250 =====

=- FEDERAL QUALITY non-waterfront from $1510 Realtor SUBURBANHEIGHTS g BEFORE YOU: BUYSAVE LOWEST FHA DOWN by Hugh Edwards, Inc.
HOMES INC. 31 N. Main St. Phone FR .2-8404 '
4820 N.W. 13th St. GainesvilleFR Marina LocationsINVEST ASSOCIATES a 376-71
g The,following are now under'
Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell PAYMENTS
25113 Walt Johnson. Mgr. !
facilities needed here construction and will be ready
: Capt. A. W. Reece. USN Ret. Gainesville's Newest
USED TRAILER Large living Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin for occupancy soonl I
room. rear kitchen two bedrooms Motel Locations Prestige Address i 1 IIIIIIJIIIItIlDllIIIHQ"lIQl/llllmUIIIIIUIIIIIII! ? / $ _ _ Priced from $13,900-7,250 v r&.tJ"
upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Alsoa UNLIKE Built for Those Who Desire The following Is ready for.. __ <>> <>> Ii ;
travel trailer. 376-8361. INVES: accommodationsneeded ANYTHING In Gainesville. This 3 Only the Best occupancy. -
B R, 2 b, with tremendous screened N. W. 43rd A N W. 17th,PL
1961 14' SPORTCRAFT travel trailer. IS x 48 patio is a dream Built by Four of Gainesville's 3330 N.W.28thAve. 3310 N.W. 30th PI. Sodded, Lawns i c j'
Sleeps 6. excellent condition $690 distinguished subdivision, huge lot. Leading Builders 4 BR, 2ft baths, $1250 dn., '
,. cash. Call FR 6-7915. DAVID ANDREWS- You'll enloy seeing ,it. Still time FRED MASONA. $164per mo. 3 BR. 2 bath $600 dn. $87 Swim Club j -

52 x 10 FT. bedroom Homette.like REAL ESTATECEDAR to 3723727.pick your own colors. Call W. FLETCHER 1/IIIIIIIIIIIIIII/IIIIIIIItuJIIIIIII/ / UIIIIIIIIIIII! 'per month.SHOWN S Air Co d. Optional ; I I

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new. Lot 17 Archer Road HOMESW. I 4120 fir 4121 --'
OCALA block, 3 BR, 2 bath. Irg. APPOINTENT' ONLY .....g611.UJ
Village. Phone 376-4862 after 5:00 KEY 3841 or 3831 din- P. R IDG WAY N.W. 19th Dr. Colonials -_
P.M. open-beam ceiling paneled 527 E. Univ. Ave.
i OVER 30 acres of lake front, many Ing &_ family room with fire- Large. comfortable home for 3 BR. '2 bath.. $500. dn., $81 Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
bearing pecan trees. Also 5 fur. niece Irg. fenced-In back yard 'a large family. Four BR. 4 per .month.
23 years In business give you adeQuate rushed houses with dock and deep built-in kitchen. :3723130 or 468-
protection in price. quality well pump. Many extras. On 1683. UNUSUAL4Bedroom2Eath baths up living room family 4119 & 4127 '
financing. Insurance S. servo Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis I room. parlor dining room, ,-
,ice. Ask your friends and o'.r Jewelry Co. A STEAL I dinette screened porch, BR, N.W 19th Dr. -
customers about us. 3 locations $o kitchen '2V* baths down' 3 BR 1 bath $500 dn., $74 i=! "

,. serve you. Jacksonville. Gainesville 35 Houses tor Sal. BY OWNERMUST HOME phone conversation necessary per month.
& Ocala.
sacrifice. 3 bedroom 2 Suburban Heights )
HIGH and dry N. E. section BR. bath large Fla. room. large liv- fire.Norwood 1 1i'-'!
BUTTSMobile 2 baths. built-in oven and range ing room. dining room built.In Living Room II
refrigerator low down payment. kitchen convenient to shopping Dining Room ALL OUR HOMES ARHope
$9663 per mo.. Incl. taxes and center and schools. Must seato Master BedroomDressingRoom OPEN FOR YOU TO EN.

HomesInc. Insurance.FR 2.5346.New. Day FR 2.3581, night appreciate. Low down the value.payment.No qualIfying Orl Family Room, 9 Den I 'JOY YOU -SEEING WILL JUST ANYTIME CALL.IF"H" CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY 1]

ginal price 521.600. price now 2 Luxurious Bath Rooms Inc.
Listing $18,84578. $500 down. Locatee: Push Button Kitchen' Homes *
NW In nice NW section at 1321 NVt r Laundry and Utility Room I We, Trade 1123" S.El: 4th' STREET FOUR BEDROOM BRICK COLONIALS $15,825The
13th St. ,
SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2 bath 21st Ave. Phone FR 22633. Screened-In Swtmming,Pool or Property ,FR 6-5301, or :FR 6mtGoinenill.'s
masonory home with 16' x 32
-; at 6th St. SWIMMING POOL. Located in .. Wall-to-Wall Central Heat Carpet and brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.
NW section lust outside the city ADMIRE
Air Conditioning
limits. This Is an exceptional buy Terrazzo floors, shingled roof: custom-buift kitchen, central I
at $24450.BLACK THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN newest end ,most
On street parking all around our FRED MASON luxurious apartment building . natural gas heating G.E. built-in kitchen paved streets all
corner. Open I:30 A.M. to I P.M. ACRES-ATTRACTIVE :3 WIMBERLY STATES L11 ,

each weekday bedroom 1 bath masonry home. PHONE r LAKESHORE city services.
spacious. kitchen and large screen Lloyd Myrtck, Bldr. FR 28340FR %.318% <
porch. ON' Y $17,500 with .700 '
I x 29 Manor Mercury house trailer. DOWN. Offering mere quality Ask About Our TOWERS THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE >
$1200. Call 495-2452 between for less moneyW
Send7PM.inArcr. LOVELY 3 bedroom. \Vt bath split Trade-in Plan: '
level masonry home located In 36th Ter. off N.W. milAn : MODELS AY $14,500. j
the NW section lust 'nside the NOW LEASING
T 33 LOTS FOR SALE Open Sundays at 2:N er : .
$700 DOWN. by appt.' 372-5689 er 2- *. .t J ,
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FOR SALE to acre VI mile from -) .J/ \
University Incl. well pump seo HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom MODERNAIREMODELS-$14,350
home with 2 sleeping porches located KIIMCSBERRYHOMES
tic tank. work shop storage &
study room patio & 41 x 8 1954 at 214 NE 5th Avenue. TOP EXECUTIVE & ---
2 BR New Moon ,trailer. Perfect ONLY $16,000 with 1.200 DOWN! PROFESSIONAL CLASS ." THREE BEDROOM,. ONE BATH TROPICANA I
-* for married students. Call FR 6- -
a2310. or FR 6-2369.. John Merrill THE UNIQUE CUSTOM MODELS $13,000.

\ .1 1 acre lots N.W. 39th Ave. $3000.k BUILT HOME OFGAINESVILLE The Regency 3 BR,

?.-"P N.W. 16th Ave. $4500 up. Realtor 2-beth. entrance ,foyer.DR. .. FHA and VA' Walk to elementary
W. of Town $1200. Jamaica-style setter
Acre lots S. MULTIPLE LISTING pace LR. family room,
PHONE FR 2-144 living roomS : and
Moeller junior high
Mary double carport.. ,central
ASSOCIATESMARCELLA Forty foot Florida roomS
Realtor PARDI Luxurious master suite with heat. GE kitchen ,-. full From $400 down l

W.H.BUCKHANNANBY walk-In closets-dressing brick,:on a Large. lot. ,1736 S Better living andFrom :
Ave. FR 6-4471
JJ019 W. University OWNER Palm View Estates. 3 room; built-in vanity wall N.W.39th Ave. 19000.
.... ACRES high and dry. 10 min- BR. 2 bath less than 1 yr. old. and shoe closet $122.00 $79 per month resale value. '
utes from town. Low. low down ,' FHA & VA approved. Shaded lot. Fabulous kitchen. breakfast. 10% down' per
payment. low monthly. Call FR i' no Immediate neighbors. Phone utility room and workshoparea month.
,.' 2-4949 Monday thru Friday 376-0734. Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street, turn

e Twenty.six foot closet wall I LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: .
left and follow Fcrnwood Manor.
Guest suite with sunken tubS signs to
l Swimming Pool S Re : Paneled with fireplace The Powell ,3, ER. 1 V2 .
: Attention Mobile Home Owners! library i '
Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat
bath, oak carport,
Paint the Down If You So Desire
Two landscaped patios 1 central heat. ful! brick on I'' e> Centrol Air Condo 0 Laundry Facilities Payment

= END HURRICANE FLOOD WATER WORRIES acre lot in most select a nice wooded, lot. 1514 A torage Lockers 'e) Garbage Drop Chute

a. OWN YOUR OWN SITE FOR MOBILE HOME I neighborhood N.W. 34th M. SI4.000, Paved Pork"s.Areas; 'S Lighted ,Sidewalks r--PALM -
Scads of sky light so houseis VIEW ESTATES LUXURY HOMES
LIVE HIGH ABOVE FLOOD WATERS. OVERLOOK csheerful even In gloomy $500 down $36.49 per _ _,! .3. Elevators

1' LOVELY PARADISE LAKE. SHARE weatherS month. -I I PRICED FROM $16,000 UP ,
This house Is Ideal for PHONE 376..4456'I
IMPROVED BEACH AND FUN AREA. lavish or casual entertaining

': 25 Minutes from Gainesville. Other high and 9 Never hue you seen so FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT 6-9048
much cabinet and drawer I Daily 2-9545
dry lots just 15 minutes distance. space under one roof. Built ond offered by (24 Hour Service .j.

Three-car garage. Total SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 IlL 5 DAILY
E ... PHONE JOHN C. BIRD footage 6,000 under THE JAMES CO.
square 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S.,HWY. 441.

,., KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Happy roof to show by appointment Phone 372-2527 office BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERS

i 473-4709 Very Generous Terms I -)y. Phone 372-6441 home Butler Bros. BUILDERS,

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85 Houses for Sol 35 Houses for Sol 35 Houses for Solo 41 Residential Income 56 Business Opportunities 66 Misc. For Sal.

83 Motorcycles & Scooters 85 Automobile for Sal.
4 2 BRCCB"home for II Je-JJiC: MUST SACRIFICE Iovely-38'R MOVEINTMOWROwUnusual 4 Bedroom 2 bath home. Also adJoining MONEY MAKER Neighborhood DUE TO HURRICANEWe 0 BUICK LeSabre. 4 .doer
looking home on large grassy lot. home in Westmorland. Only $l&- floor plan sets*this three rental property. 200 ft. grocery no* grossing over '$o0.. have a like new. repossessed If64 ALLSTATE scooter, 5 mos. WU FORD station wagon. V.a, auto sedan automatic transmission
Terms are very reasonable. Call 000. with $700 down. It features bedroom two bath home apart frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd 000 per year should do better. 44 Model Zig Zag Sewing Machine old. Must sacrifice. $369 pew. Now trans., $150. Call after J P.M.
FR 21858 after 6 P.M. )g. floored attic Fla. rm.. from others. Lifetime terrazzo Ave. Will sell together or sepa PRICE of $45.000 includes bUsI- does buttonholes, monograms $225. Call 372-6407. and all day week ends 372-0641. power steering power brakes
estab. lawn. fenced back yard & floors, newly redecorated. Built rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- ness store building, inventory radio heater, air conditioned
FOR and FHA automatic fancy pat. FOR SALE 1963 Lambretta Scooter 1944 VW Deluxe .. .. ... ,
ONLY $450 down luxurious shrubs. See at 4055 NW in kitchen. $600. down includes 4752. PLUS 2 BR 2 Bath central heat Micro bus spilt low miles. > $215
terns, blind hems.
I approval you can have Immediate closing. $101. month Includes ed residence plus another house sews on buttons in excellent condition. 1 owner seat red .. white. 50 HP. excel
12th Ave. or call 372-0089. per BEAUTIFUL COLONIAL HOMEin zippers. darns. mends. call 376-6149 between S P.M. lent .
possession and ownership of taxes and Insurance. for rental plus space for' to condition, private party. u. MELTON MOTORS
the best value house for sale In BY OWNER. cen. heat & air cond.. Hugh Edwards. Inc. the heart of Gainesville. Now 7 trailers. TERMS AVAILABLE. patches etc. Take over only 5 & 8 P.M. 395. Cal FR 2-4281 weekends and
NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air 2V* bath. 3 BR. family living. 376-7971 has excellent income. Could easily Call remaining payments of 930. Call weekdays after 6 P.M. 703 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-7171
conditioning. Paneled family room dining rm.. large kitchen built- be restored. Will consider REDFRANKS> REALESTATE Credit Manager 3727680 United 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAlRCONDiT1ONiNGTune" I
Joining living-dining area for ex. in appliances. Large garage. NEW ROBINSON HEIGHTS, out of suburban property or acreage In 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817 Sewing Center.ELECTRIC '61 Chevrolet park wood wagon, with
tra spaciousness. Electric range 346S N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR I city limits. 3 BR, 2 bath, study, trade. 376-0969. typewriter $95. Under. "tip I air. Wholesale. STUDENT SPECIAL .
double carport, YOUR Church or Group can raise '54 Plymouth perfect cond
and dishwasher. Back yard completely 2-451J. family room. wood office typewriter $55. Good Special $2Ja for performance
enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. built In kitchen. Cent. heat & 2 42 Farms & Acreage 150 or more easy and fast. Have condition Phone 372-6738 after 5pm. test. All makes and models.of I 43,000 sworn to miles. $395. Phone
Call 376-6147 for appt. to see at FOUR BR, 2 bath, CBS FHA fi ton air cond. 11 ,500. $1000 down. 10 members each sell only twenty Chrysler built cars. Hawts-I FR 64405. BARKLEY

I 2213 NE 7th Tw. nancing. "1.27 per mo. Only $450 $89 mo. 4120 SE 14th Ter. Bud Ranchettes, $5500. 7Vz acres. S.W. 50 cent packages my lovely Powers Motor Co.. Air Conditioning I its, Cross country Rambler' station
down to qualified buyer. Seller Robinson. FR 2-2984. beautiful & restricted home sites. cheery Christmas Carol Table .COMPLETE testing equipment and
pay closing cost. Call 372-0481 for Napkins. Keep $.SO lor your treas manuals for radio shop. Hicks Servicing Center. 204 N. wagon. excellent condition. $500. I

IT'S A FACT appt. to see. 1806 N.W. 38th Ter. FOR EVERYTHING.THE PEOPLE. THAT.EXCEPT HAVE a 14.2 Acres. N. W. 39th Ave.. aprx. Samples.ury. Ne Anna money Wade needed.D e Free p t.1SJAT1. Radio and Appliances. Main St.. Phone FR 2-2541. Call FR 6-1950. I MOTORS"IN

House with charm, beauty, cypress 500 ft. on Hwy. Va. GO-CART FOR SALE. excellent I SPECIAL auto painting U9.t5.Auto .
:" The down payment can be arrang. panelling, family room Lynchburg condition. 2Vt H.P. Reasonable repair & tuneup., &3 OLDS Jetfire fac. air. turbo THE AUTO GAMEBARKUY.S -
" ed to suit the Buyer on this beautiful FORDYCEREALTOR parquet floors, Japanese hut. ,: 46 Acres Country Club area. Build price call 376-3515. Miller & Sons charged. 4 speed loaded. John THE NAME"
3 BR. 2 Bath CB home at s er's opportunity. 61 Wanted to Buy __732_ .NW 1st St. 37?-7T15 Plerson" FR 2-a743 or see at 1122
ters skylights. .near Univ. & FOR SALE I NW 4th Ave. 2201 N. Main St.
t 366* NW 16th Ave. Brand New P.K. new Beautiful full
, on a wooded half acre lot. Cent.t tect. Yonge. Designed by archi 20 acres Farnsworth Rd. Paved. WANTED V* size violin in good length wedding dress and several 85 Automobiles for Sale FR 2-4373
For Information call FR 2. condition, call 374-7438 after 5 00 1963 PLYMOUTH station wagon. 4
t >eat i. A-C. Elec. Kit. Call now party dresses size 5. with matchIng -
0328. Moeller
Mary dr., V-S. A.Tradio, heater
, tosee.FOW'STHETIME. P.M. shoes size 6. Will sacrifice. 60 VAUANT. A.T., r & h, 4-j;* steering, lice; A power
new. bargainat
INVESTMENT BY OWNER. Property appraisedat Realtor COINS WANTED Pfione 378-2668. I V.200. black exterior rd & white $1950. Call 372-9407 before 5:30
6 bedrooms 3 baths over 4400 $26,000, owner will sacrificefor All U.S. and foreign silver GOOD dean GE Fllterflow Deluxe Interior. Looks sharp good me P.M. or 372-325) after 5:30 P.M. GAINESVILLEAUTO
J. To look at one of the nicest sq. ft. of living area. All completely 22500. Large lot 2160 sq 1919 W. University Ave. FR -4471 dollars proof sets and 1955 washer. Call FR 22436 after chanical condition. Can 372-5424.
homes available. 3 BR, 2 baths. furnished and ready to ft., all large rooms 3 BR. 2 '
half dollars. 500PJA. 40 VALIANT. 4 dr., WOo
! Just outside City on N. W. 39th move In. Call Fordyce 376-1236. baths, living room with panel- 80 ACRES '60 SUNBEAM Alpine excellent stick SALES
Ave. Large corner lot. Huge LR Ing & fireplace, family room South of Newberry and West of REBEL STAMP & COIN SHOP FOR SALE by married student, air cond. one owner, many extras. shift heater radio mech. per.
.. with fireplace. See it and you'll LARGE separate dining room, completely US 41. nicely rolling with beau 809 W. University. Ave. sled with Wysconsin engine. Priced right. Call FR 4-7124. fect. Owner going overseas. See 1007 N. Min St.

want :3 BR 1V4 bath with study and equipped ultra-modern kitchen tiful large trees. Partly cleared CASH for your used appliances, I at 116 NE 10th PI. Call FR 4-4944. Phone FR 2-6313

t It.DUPLEX Fla. room. Cent. heating, 1400 bookcases & many other fea suitable for pasture or farm furniture clothing, etc. Call Wil- LOST bright carpet colors 155 FORD CONV. good top. goodtires 1953 PONTIAC. standard transmission Northcentral Floridaf's
sq. ft. Only $500 down and $89.16 tures. Can be seen at 4040 New- ing. Several lovely home sites. liams Service Center Hawthorne restore them with Blue Lustre. radio heater good running
looking. Fully
This Is a good buy. Extra nice In mo. can put you in this one. Seller _berry Blvd. FR 2-8931. Only $120 per acre. Half cash Rd. 3723937.INDIAN Rent electric shampooer $1. Me- 1 priced at $35. 316 NE 1st equipped St. condition; $125. Cat 374-4091 after LargestIndependent
good location close In. The pays closing costs. Call For. $350 DOWN and 5 year terms. S. E. SAPP Daniell Furniture Co. Gainesville 5:30 P.M. Dealer
monthly income Justifies the REALTOR, NEWBERRY., head pennies. Lincoln Shopping Cenler.WINCHESTER. 157 PORSCHE COUPE completely
i dyce 376-1236. with FHA terms, or conventional 1942 RALEIGH automatic. Econ.
I dollars old style paper money rebuilt excellent condition
price. If want a good Investment COLONIAL
you terms available. 2 Bedrooms. 1 model 94, 30-30 cal., campus transportation. Buyingcar
W. A.
, then phone right now I styled. walled patio wall to wall Bath screened porch to and gold coins. throughout. See at 2115 NW 7th
brand cond. Fired and must
Ph. 466-3365 new less than sell. Good condi.
to see. carpeting 4 BR 2 baths with occupy. $11,500 includes stove 43 Colored Property 15 times. Call after 6 P.M. PL after 1 P.M. tion $80. Call FR 4-3325. '
UNIVERSITY 1650 sq. ft. Very large lot in NW and refrig. Call Dick Robinson Household Goods 372.3282. "'55 CHEVROLET standard transmission Value Rated
area. Good terms can be arrang. anytime HOMES FOR SALE 4 cylinder. Perfect condi FOR SALE by married student A.1
ed on this $22,300 home. Call I RALPH A. FOSSEY Realtor 2 & 3 bedrooms SE 14th St. & FOR SALE maternity wardrobe, tion. Call 372-4438. 1815 NW 7th cond.. 1942 Ford Falcon 6 REALTY Fordyce 376-1236. 11 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1359 7th Ave. Small down payment, BUFFET hutch with glass, walnut sizes 10 8. 12, phone 376-2015 PL gas saver but plenty of pep.
ACREAGE monthly payments S57 to $65. finish. Price $50. Ph. 372.7974-
$1050 or best offer. 374-4774 or B&G MOTOR CO.
Ph. 372-4351 120 acres of permanent pasture. McKINNEY Also homes built on your lot GE 4-bumer range. perfect condition 67 Trading Posts 55 CHEVROLET. $ 9. Rough but 37 -'121.
1115 N. Main St. fenced and cross fenced; water with no down payment. Ph. $S0. Gate-leg dining table dependable. R & H. Call 376-
W. M.Associates Munroe. Realtor and partially wooded. Only $250 GREEN FR 2-4125. blond finish suit. for trail WILL trade good 14 foot fiberglass 5552 after 5 weekdays, anytime 1941 SIMCA 0wn r leaving Gainesville Cadillac Oldsmobile
: first S200 cash. Call 374- 2001 NW 13th St.
per Icre. er. FR 2-0982. boat for your car even Sat. & Sun.
S. E. McLaughlin. Frank Roby LOTS DEATONREALTORS New. Quality Hugh Eowards built 0444 before P.M. or 374-2904 after
trade boot H
or warranted. FR
Roy McCann. T. C. Douglas. Jr. Trailer lots, S20 down and $20 a home. Three bedrooms, 1 bath. FREE WESTINGHOUSE sewing 2-8181 1964 CORVAIR Spider convertible 6 P.M.
month. As low as $43. per month with machine walnut cabinet attach Daytona blue, radio, heater 4
$2,000 down or will arrange termsto ments. $45 platform rocker $10. speed transmission wire wheel
FORDYCE NOR fH EAST suit buyer. Located 643 NE child's desk S chair $15. FR 70 Boats-Marina Equip. covers, bucket Seats. 4.000 miles. 87 Automobiles Wonter FOR THE CORRECT-

4 & ASSOCIATES, INC. This :3 B.R. sleeping porch-2 15th Street. 4-6450. Take over payments. Phone 376433 -
Multiple Listing Realtor bath home completely furnished- Hugh Edwards, Inc. FOR SALE 14 Wolverine boat or 373-9774. CARS WANTED. I950-44 Fords TIME .'
KINGSBERRY Grace Fordyce. Barker single car garage lot 100 x 100 Phone 374-7771 SOFA plus new slip covers; with factory-built trailer. spare it Chevrolet Al Herndon ServIce -
--.J'. Associates Paved street city sewer* $95. FR 6-3449. tire. 40 h.p. elec. starter Evin- __! Station. 914 SE 4th St. FR 2-1411-
age-for $12,500 with only LOTS rude motor equipped with new
HOMESTake Harvey Benton Dudley GouldenO. $1500 down payment Sellers I am Interested In buying several CLEAN. used refrigerators for sale. battery; fire extinguisher & life I .
C. Gay Sarah Dick Goulden Banks will carry $11,000 mtg. at i lots at the right price. Call Phone 372-5002. preservers. All In excellent con- 1964 Courtesy

) your choice of over 926 Frances W. Univ.Hough 376-1236 pet. int. payable $9283 per 372-4125 T-A-G APPLIANCESTested dition. This week only $450. For I TROPICALPONTIAC University ChevroletN.
Mo.5 .
yrs. Call FR 2-3617. further Information call 495-2141.
and Guaranteed
90 beautiful brick 43-1 COLORED RENTALS 42 Refrigerators from $39 op Main St. at 16th Ave.

Kingsberry homes ACCENT ON VALUE 9 Ranges from $39 up 73 Musical Merchandise
Na time like the present to buy this NOW RENTING 17 Washers from $19 upS FORD

New Homesin home that Is priced right and its COLORED ultra modem 2 BR duplex Dryers from $C9 up PRACTICE PIANOS 302 N.W. 8th Avt.
:: $ ,ooo to $30,000 location In Hibiscus Park Is much apartments, large living and 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up Upright FR 2-2583
desired. 3 B.R. 2 bath pianos $95 and up
Fla. dining area. modern kitchen with 2 Dishwashers from $49 up VOLKMILLER
' room Beautiful shaded lot fan large storage closets, terraz. 10 TV Sets from $35 up Used spinet pianos, $495 and up
:: as little as Paved streets Within walking zo floors tile baths space heater JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. Used organs $795 and up.
distance of an elementary and hot water heater, facill 419 NW Ith Ave.Ph. 372-5303 GRIDLEY MUSIC COMPANY CLEARANCE

:: 'MONEY: DOWN WESTVILLANW school Ideal and the Univ. Just an ties for washing machines and GAS range. 30" Kenmore with Gainesville Shopping Center. POOLECABLEMOTORS
home that will
lot please. paved streets. See at N.E. 26th FR 25353.
on luxury features, like reducedto
;: your Let us 'show you this nice Ter. or call for appointment 372- new
$88. Phone 376-2634. WILL transfer to responsible
property before you buy. 5321 or 372-5322. party
I Call FR 2-3617.. choice of four spinet or console
Monthly payments pianos. Pick up payments of Wur DODGE-DART -
16th Ave. SALE
44 Cottages for Rent DISCOUNTPRICES litzer
oslowos SPACE PROBLEM? Spinet Piano trade back. TRUCKS
save $220. Wurlltzer BROWN
Organ with
We have an almost King-size -
:: $56.00Several'new at 37th St. house with 3000 sq. ft. 6 B.R.- SANTA FE LAKE. cottages, CC8, sound & motion. pick up payments W SE 1st Ave. 372-4343: 1030 E. Univ. ellT..ezsa saa
2 complete baths 2 half baths- 112 bedroom. 1-2 bedroom trail- we have a piano to fit
:: homes ready \Vt acres of ground Worth er. 15 miles from city. Phone any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO., FR 2-3582
looking at Call FR- 2-3417. Waldo 468.1129. We undersell everybody. 702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031.
immediate i -
: .. occupancy. SHAW
SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at
WALTER STUBBSInc. ASSOCIATESJ. 45 Furnished Apti. FURNITURE CO. $495. Rebuilt small Grand Piano

" THE JAMES CO. Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. NW 5th Ave. at 10th St. $650. Also another truck load of
: ). J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 those fine factory rebuilt pianos
w FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks, 30
Multiple Listing month. Phone 466-3448. fully guaranteed arrived today.
901 Rd. heater attached also &
Woldo gal. with gas We Invite you to visit us for all
: Phone CLEAN 1 bedroom apartment 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete your musical needs. 29FOR
5722527Evenings Phone 376-5394 across from Campus, couples on with gauges, 2 crane shallow LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE
:: 372-6441 Estate Exchanged ly. Call 372-2830 for details. well pumps. Inquire Lewis I 112 SE 1st Street
Jewelry Co.
: .Builders of ANXIOUS TO SELLI WAIT1 47 House for Rent Furn. PIANOS & ORGANS KEETER
.. __ ,"We trade houses"McCOY'S GE electric range. excellent condi NEW & USED
tion. $25. Pair of water skis $10.
Kingsberry Homes Have you considered exchanging? Back
3 BR furn. house at 1731 N.W. 55th Call after 5:30 P.M. 3764672. to school special sale on pi
Ernest Tew Realty anos. Exclusive dealer
for See-
Realtor .............. Exchanger Ter. Perfect for small family./ 1962 KENMORE range, excellent burg organs. 238 W. University
2906 NW. 13th St. 3766461. Call Ray at FR 2-3380 or Amy condition. $100. Call 3723451 aft GAINESVILLE MUSIC CENTER
FR 6-3724. er 5 P.M.BLOND 372-5421 1025 W. Univ. Ave.

: 38 Real Estated Wanted SANTA FE LAKE, furnish e d. bedroom suite. buffets, Phone FR 6-5371

Three bedroom houses. modern china cabinets, coffee tables Automotive
LISTINGS WANTED and clean. Couples only. GR 5- card table and matching fold-

Have buyers waiting for farms 5373. Ing chairs refrigerator, lamps. '
MACOMA HOMES INC. and small acreage. THREE bedroom 2 bath house on Nearly-Nu Furniture, 316 NW
CALL Sliver Lake near Keystone. 8th Ave. FR 6.4892.EXCEPTIONAL .

Real EstateC. 376-2615. VALUE. Must sell RAMBLERS 65 !
: :tn'beautiful; Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St. almost new full size electric
adjoining city limits. L. Angle Broker 4 BR home, perfect for male stu range. Perfect condition. $60. Call
: O. J. Angle, Associate dents. Room for up to S boys. 372-6081 or see at 3835 NW 13th
4404 NW 13th St. 376-6927 Call John Baldwin. FR 6-4201 or PL .
TheCharming fhe Livable FR 6-4405.
RANCHO GRANDE TIKI FROM private party residential lot METAL bunk beds; TV antenna;
SANTA FE LAKE. CCB cottages,
In NW section, not In subdivision. Sensible
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 3 bedroom 2 both. large 100 x 100' or larger. Must modern. 1 efficiency and 1 two Kenmore chest air wash conditioner I n g ; machine pine fin; 4% SpectacularsSEE

(0, study, family room living screened porch. beautiful have city water, please give location GR bedroom 5-5375 avail.Melrose.Sept. .. Phone ished ; chest, disk 8. bookcase

room, dining room, oak family room, oak parquet care &of Gainesville price. Write Sun box 583A I headboard. 3024 NE 10th St. RAMBLER'SThree
NEAR University furnished house
floor drapes infloors included.
parquet drapes
2 BR, large living room, porches.
eluded. $30,000 10% 28.500 10% Down. 40 Business Properties 411 NW 15th St. $75 per mo. 66 Misc .For Sal. different series-29 beautiful models

Down. Our 1964 Parade Home Phone FR 24647. REPOSSESSED 'Singer"port. ZigZag ABOVE OUR COST

4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave. PROFESSIONAL MEN 2 BR house and also rooms for and attachments. Round bob SEPTEMBER 23
rent. Nice quiet neighborhood. In. sews forward and reverse over
"PLANNING TO BUILD"Let Own your own office property- Phone FR 4-7577 pins and needles. $6 per mo. balance .
Why pay rent? $36. Mikell's Sewing Machine
us give you an estimate on contracting your new 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Service. 115 W. Univ Ave. 378-' RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
custom home. We have 5 sites on N.W. 13th 1355. 5FINANCING

Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290 Street buildings and that N.W.can 6th be Street converted with FOUR and yard.-four BR, 2Vj bJhslarge miles from house townIn DO> -' IT top- YOUR 18X20" SELF boards; Formica $1.- % 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433

Nite FR 6-5015 or 6-6502 for your use. All are good In. nice secction. Call FR 22648. Make table cutting board veg.

%Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd. I vestments. Call Wayne D. Mason bins, etc. Gainesville Auto Top ------------ -= .
BR, --
Ernest Tew Realty 376-6461 any. 2 screened porch lg. yard. for Shop. ------- -- ------
time. lease 9-1-65. $110 monthly. Avail.able
now. Weseman Realty, 815 PLAYPEN. port-a NW 20th St. FR 4-2472. buggy and other baby fur nl

Two 3 Br, 1 bath homes, N. W. Chairs night stand book case I SAFE BUYUSED
Fla. $120 floor lamp, rugs, iron camera,
i rm. mo. .
3 Br. 1 bath. N. E. Fla. rm.. $125 etc. All In good condition. Priced
Three Bedroom Homesin V4 to 1-3 new price. Call FR

mo.MARY MOELLER 6-7915. Available on all New & Executive

NEW furniture purchased. Will sell CARS
Driven 1964 Ramblers.
REALTOR old Sunday School furn. and
benches cheap. Phone 372-8329.
Highland Court Manor 1019 W. University Ave. FR 4-4471 HIGHEST QUALITY LOWEST PRICES
UNFURNISHED 3 BR home $110 (boy's). Well kept. Phone FR 2-
per mo. Unfurnished 2 BR $60 1317. I Golaxie; 'loaded

Start '$79.34! per mo. Call 376-7466. HOTPOINT refrigerator with freezer 163 FORD including

at only 7 ROOM. 2 story 3 BR, m baths, across top. Good condition I factory air $2295
7th$13000 Ave.per GR mo.5-5032.Garage. 555 NE $75. Call 3722152. LEFT 4 WITH AIR CONDITIONING ii conditioning like new . . .

2 MOS. OLD gas stove with' grill
THREE bedroom. 2 bath house $125. Convertible sofa hideabedlike 63 PLYMOUTHwagon V8. suburban
with Fla. room built In range new $65. Phone 3726848.GE station
That's buy threebedroomhome '
right-you can a new
N.W. Section. $120 per mOo Phone 63 Rambler 60 Ford

in Highland Court Manor for as little as 468-1177. Waldo. timer push and button deep elec.well.range.Paid $269.Has loaded . . . . 2195

$79.34 per month, including insurance and taxes 3 BR, 1 bath $150. 1937 NW 2nd Excellent condition. Will take "'. 4 door "770", bucket Station wagon, automatic Monterey loaded including

built-in Ave. Phone 376-3401. Gibson 1 ton air cond. not a seats, radio, heater, twin transmission, radio,. heat- 7AO MERCURY -
and Tappan oven and range with hood, THREE bedroom house with stove year old. Just like new sold for floor shift. er, clean. OO factory air
at 805
Will take $125. See
fan and filter. furnished Available $299. I
N.E. 11th Ave. or call FR 25047. conditioning, power windows
last of Sept. 1311 N.E.. 14th $1795 $895 $2495

And, you get Kirkpatrick and Pierson's quality Ter. $115 mo. on lease. Wese ALUMINUM awnings, 10 x 30. power seats . . . .
man Realty. FR 6-2472. $125. Edgar I.. Wight Jr. 462- No Money Down
construction too including such items as Owens- 2 BR house for lease, $125 per 1194. 63 FOrd Convertible

Coming fiberglass insulation, Wolmonized pres. mo. Located at 815 NW 20th St. CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew 'Aft 61 CHEVROLET a real
Galaxie door
sure-treated lumber custom built-in cabinets Contact owner at 905 NW 20th St. and Used $60 500".2 Dodge 1395

3 BR, 1 bath CCB house, cent. Complete line of photo supplies hardtop, automatic trans- gem . . . . . .
and Wall-Tex vinyl paper in kitchen and bath. heat stove walking distance Lit. FULLER'S FOTO INC. mission radio, heat e r. Station wagon, automaticpower
tiewood Westwood. $120 m r. 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 steering I transmission, radio, heat. 60 CHEVROLET 4 door V 'factory

Why not see for yourself? Our model home is open Avail. end of Sept. 610 NW 35th TRADE your costly to operate brakes a i r conditioned, power er, nicc air
Ter. Phone 376-1374. ELECTRIC water heater, and ,

daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday from 1:30. THREE bedroom. 1 bath, living $48 for a new glasslined GAS white with red interior, $895 conditioning etc. . . . 1395

room, dining room, kitchen water heater. Much more hot new tires.
water at about half the cost with Impala, 4 door--
screened porch; $125 per month No Money Down 759
with lease. N. E. Section near OUR LP GAS. PROPANE $2495 CHEVROLET standard
downtown3766951.. ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. 5

KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON FOR RENT lovely 3 BR home. T-V antennas. $3 single stack $7 '57 S'baker transmission excellent condition 895
fenced In back yard. screenedIn double stack SI3.00 complete kit. 63 Chevy
back porch & patio I lg. Fla. Jim Voyles, 419 NW tth Ave. 4 door. Meteor, 4 door sedan.

room office In rear. Lg. storage DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERYChairs 2 door, 6 cyl.. automatictransmission 62 MERCURY
Sales Office NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr. Phone 372-3471 bldg. Stove furn. Neal all schools low as $3. No money radio. heater. $225 one owner 1395

bus & new shopping center. See down, low as $5 per month.Free perfect mechanical condition .
the home at 208 NW 36th St. If estimates pickup and delivery $1895
you wish to rent this home you service. All work guaran- 9 passenger station
may call collect 425-4460 Orlando teed. Phone 376-7786. Chevy 760 MERCURY
Fla. 62 Rambler wagon, factory cfr
WE WANT TO buy late model I used
refrigerators. Exceptionally High 2 door. conditioning right from
49 Rooms For Rent trade-Ins BOW given.WILSON'S 4 door, bucket seats, automatic $995

SERVICESHome 2 separate bedrooms suitable for EXCHANGE transmission, radio, $5 9 5 bumper to bumper . . .

couple or students at 1441 SE 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-6479. heater, air conditioned. 61 Meteor "800" 4 door

35th St. or call 372.7312. NEW ana used chain saws, lawnmowers MERCURY sedan

ROOM. FOR MEN STUDENTS 115 edgers tampers. light $1595 55 Metro 1 195

NW 10th St. Private entrance, plants, cable. Wisconsin Briggs local one owner car . . .
And Business connecting bath parking area, & Stratton. new and used mo 2 door,
maid service and phone. tors. Rental. sales and service. 62 Chevy /CO exceptionally' clean $Z.nC
Meyers Power Tools. 230 $250 OLDS
51-A Wanted To Rent 16th Ave. Phone 3763411. Impala 2 door, hardtop, air conditioned 073_

PIANO $100 Sofa bed and rocker out omatic transmission Sin
Appraisal Service Upholstery SMALL HOUSE or apt. First floor. $35. Desk $7. Misc. baby radio, 15,000 58 RAMBLER ,9.-595
1 BR living room kitchen and clothes 8. fort Stroller $10. bathi- heater 56 Chevy a steel,
FRED B. ARNOLD UPHOLSTER your furniture at bath. NE section. Wanted by responsible nine $8. car bed $3. FR 6-4881. actual miles.
REALTOR reasonable prices. Call Sally. party. Phone FR 4-4230. CHRISTMAS NEARI 2 door. 61 RAMBLER classic 4 doOr, 6 cyl",
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL Experienced. FR e- 888. 4248
Start making your gifts now. local low
SERVICE N.W. 13th Ter. WANTED downstairs room andboard $495 .
Ull W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 for elderly gentleman. CaU Classes every day from 8-5. $850
376-4H4, Closed Thurs. Night classes. 60 Rambler mileage perfect condition . .
RemodelingDO 114fLt" FR 6-5561 '
BulldozingSMALL 53 Office-Desk Space Station wagon, 4 door 58 Plym.

bulldozer loader. dump DO NEED, Florida room ex- first HERMES Kenmore portable dishwasher typewriter $80$25;; cross country, radio, IMPORTS : _
TWO offices iMol completed, Lady door.
trucks fill dirt., lime rock. TopSOIL tra room, more room. roof work, class, 360 sq.| ft. to each office. Cartop carrier $3; dinette t. 4 heater. 4 '
Phone 372 7844. or maybe a complete new home? $75 month each. Located chairs $15. FR 6-7648.
For' a free estimate, & guaranteed 2615 per N.W. 6th St.. NationwideInsurance $995 $595 761 RENAULT $495
Broker work phone Cart C. FR_4-2524 ONE carriage. play pen & car .
Mortgage Waters. 3724049.EXPERIENCED. bed $5 ea. 2 infant seats $3 ea. '
Call 372-6258. 836 NW 11th Ave. 60 Corvair thle car ha(
CARPENTER 54 Business Rentals 58 Olds 62 VOLKSWAGE
MORTGAGE MONEYS Paint and repair fobs performed by SMALL chest type nome freezer been safety .
per cent Interest. Terms to LARGE term excellent condition. $50. Phone 2 door, heater.
.... 25 carpenter who loves his trade. Shop buildingLong I 2 door, hardtop.
years. CALL FR 6-4907 lease. Rent or sale. 2007,NE 27th I 3764873. checked and classed as per- $ -
Ave. FR 4-5568. $795 .
-REAL ESTATE maintenance, II BARBIE type doll clothes many $265 _by a VW dealer . . ...
Dan Byrd Ph. 376-3875 remodeling FOR LEASE 10.000 so. ft. store original styles. Priced lower .
and additions. ROOfIng. building. W. Univ. Ave. Price $800 than commercial also Little Sis.
AppIiancB. Repair, & FHA and conventional at lowest ail 7191 types 372-4215.of home repairs. 372- per moo Call Hershall Haynes.FR ter styles. 372-6512. Chevy -o 759 VOLKSWAGEN ::-
current 4-2441 or B. F. MilII. FR ford low 5
rate s. to 25 O
Air Conditioning 4-7551. BEDROOM set. piece $250 or 9 passenger station wagon, w .
years will gladly discuss at no 85g-
obligation. Call tomorrow.J. Roofing SMALL warehouse for rent. chest vanity$50.S<5.bureau chair$70$15 bed vanity$45. out omatic transmission 4 door. mileage extra clean . . .

t'HANDYMAN SHOP W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor DAN BYRD bench $7. night table $15. mirrors radio, heater O'O C *
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-a4 $
2 for $35. bed chaise $25 57 VOLVO .495iBenz
and AB- c. L. HARRELL 376-8268.
First bi air conditioning FRED B. ARNOLD floor lamp $10. wing chair $30. f $1195 P444 .
fttmitf..I'.JMJn-.W. Mil Buaraiw ContractorFor X 12 $25, f X 17 rug
grey rug
REALTOR SMALL business or office space located -
_Hid .-watnar," rtfristratont etc.R all your roofing needs and repairs hall '
FHA At.D CONVENTIONAL In 1600 block West Univer. $30 with pads runners grey $275A
600267. LOANS' can vs anytime.FR sity Ave. For more Information and white sisaL 32 feet for $12. 57 MERCADES DKW
IJlf W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3S22 -774S phone FR 4-3012. Draperies and other Items. Phone .
Slots 372-4158. 57 CHEVROLET
Auto F. H. A. .* Conv. loans FOR STORE WAREHOUSE 4 doer hardtop
Sewing Machine Repair space. call John Merrill, Realtor. SPECIAL GOOD SELECTION OF CHEAP1ES
AUTOGLASS Is our only butt FORDYC6 REALTORS ASSOCIATES. INC 372-1494. 30 h'gn T.V. mast. AH' channel automatic NOT FLOOD DAMAGED
.at*. Immediate installatIOn t2' W. Univ. 374-123 CAtL-StiVINO MACHINE SER. T.V. antennas. 50' antenna wire. I transmisCREAM' PUFF
free"'pldnlP delivery. Add VICE CO. (IS W. University 56 Business Opportunities 71 guy wire mounting bracket ion,
beauty-. value to your car. Ave. 37t-13SS. We repair all Stand off's everything you
MAUl DtN'S' AUTO GLASS Co. PlumbingSEWER __Makes. Work fully guaranteed. APARTMENT BUILDING 16 units, need. CRANE LINCOLNMERCURYUSED
333 NW. 8th St. FK e-M5*. fairly new It modem located at Only $18.95Also

TELEVISION 1222 NW ttn Ave., hundred per. channel master "Econo Kit*

Auto Equipment INSTALLEDNEW cent occupied grosses approx. SIL RIDGWAYMOTOR CARS
& used fixtures complete $1X000: yr. It you have manager WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER .
plumbing serviceBIG" JIM PICTURE TUBE Repair SeecUL'SI at ability and S20-25JOO cash this Hawthorne Rd. 372-3937
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt A HUCUl EY Gainesville Plumb! per Inch plus S10 to Install most Is a real opportunity. CaU A. E. ST.
exchanged Repair kits tWalker ing. FR 2-1589. tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special Harp. FR 4.5578.ADVERTISE 516 S. MAIN
Jack Factory author teed Reconditioned TVs from W.fS. Sun Want Ads CO.

Service Walker Agent. Hydraulir HUtfS BRAKE Jack ADVERTISE IN THE THE/VARIETY SE. 'lit Ave.STORE IN THE 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 OPEN IlL 8 P.M. FR 6-2425 2-3531

SERVICE SUPPLY UU SERVICE Technlclan's Get Results
i a.Mem DIRECTORY 4 with 14 years experience SERVICE DIRECTORY
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.< 96 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, September 15 1964

I Ford Offers Terms Arrest Pair Businesses Get Off Easy ,

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: jEEBj : > : Similar to ChryslerDETROIT For Inciting In Civil Rights Tests'

JACKSONVILLE (AP) Injunctions to the legal defense fund of the

(AP) The Ford President Walter Reuther told Philly Riots under the civil rightsact National Association for the Ad-

:r .the SUN Motor Co. has offered an eco- newsmen the broad outline haven't started to get expensive vancement of Colored People

nomic package to the United appeared to be equivalent the PHILADELPHIA (AP-Phil- yet, but a federal judge (NAACP).

.. I Auto Workers union similar to basic benefits of the Chrysler adelphia police arrested two Ne- said this is no sign they won't. Judge Simpson, taking up motions -

GENERAL HOSPITAL been reported by Gainesville Police Lutz, at 12:05: p.m. satut day in an historic agreement workedout package.Still gro men and sought a woman on Judge Bryan Simpson"refused in other St. Augustme ra,

Sept. H, 196-1 and the Alachua County the 1000 block of W. UniversityAve. last week between the UA Wand to be discussed however, charges of inciting the rioting Monday to assess plainuff attorney cial cases, ordered Hoisted R. I

'. BIRTHS I Sheriff during the past 24 hours: Chrysler.The are the union's so-called non- and looting that burst on north costs against the defend- (Hoss) Manucy to give the

..Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hufty Sidney Huslander 1802 NE 15 Roy J. Miller, 1200 NE 5th offer appeared to have economic demands, such as for Philadelphia's' Negro area just ants as he made permanent I court a list of all members of t

and and Helen V. Row- Ter. and Charles G. St. over two weeks three injunctions ordering 17 the Ancient Hunting Club ,
Newberry, Fla., a boy; Mr. Ter., parked, Wright cleared the path toward settle- improved working conditions ago. City -

Mrs., Jerold A. Boyle, -227 NW ley, 1716 NE 15 Ter., in front of Petersburg at 8:59: a.m. Satur- ment on a new contract coveringsome including additional relief time Arrested Monday night were restaurants and motels at St. he could remember. I

15th. Ave., a boy. I Huslander's home at 11:30 pjn. day in 800 block of Waldo Road. 125,000 Ford workers for workers on assembly lines. Abbyssinia Hayes, 34, who is Augustine law and to comply w.th the The list is due in 15 days. 1

: ADMITTED Monday. DWI without the pressure of a strike Chrysler already has agreedto known as Shaykh Muhammad, serve Negroes. The judge said he thinks there
William David Brondon 2913 Attorney Tobias Simon of Mi '
Jewell M. deadline. increase to 36 minutes the and Raymond Hall, 25, also are two kinds of members -
betty Jo Brunson and James Robert ami asked fees for himself and
NE 14 Dr.
Christine Mantlo, Evelyn Joe Dunson Romeo, Fla., was Malcolm Denise, Ford vice present 24 minutes per day in known as Yussuf Abdullah. those who merely hunted on
Mooney, NE 12 St. 5.30 other plaintiffs' of
L. Caldwell, Alfred H. Hud- Evons, 2410 Brondon cited, for p.m. arrested by Gainesville policeat president for labor relations, relief time for production work-, Police described them as members 17000. attorneys club grounds and those who

son, Marjorie M. Winsor. Mon- Monday.less driving. care- 9:45 pjn. Saturday in the 700 said the company hoped and ers tied down to their machines.In of an extreme Negro Hamilton Upchurch St. Aug- took part in anti-integration ac

teen C. Crenshaw, Mose Wilson Carl Clarence Singleton. Rt. 1 block of Waldo Road and charged expected that the proposal "will the economic package, the separatist movement. They ustine attorney for the restau- tivities.In .

Carole Taylor, Minna Box 94, and Dieter Klaus Gun- with driving while intoxicat- lead to an early agreement." Chrysler agreement calls for were charged with conspiracyto rants, appealed to the judge! not another case,
' Boyle Margaret E. Lindsley: all! ther, P. 0. Box 77, at 3:45: p.m. ed.Philman "Our'proposal would providefor pensions of up to $400 a monthas riot, inciting to riot, and to hang heavy costs to the already -son refused an immediate trial

C. Wilton High increases and addi- early retirement incentive, date for the case of Martin
Gainesville: : ; Willie James I Monday, in 1200 block SW 8th wage rioting. overburdened businessmen. -

Lake City; Arley 0. Bas3 Chief Springs, was arrested by Ala- tional benefits for represented longer vacations two additional Also sought on similar Luther King and others vs.
land Fla. Grover E. Puckett Ave.Nellie chua County Sheriff's deputies employes substantially equivalent holidays and other benefits. County Judge Charles Mathis
; Strawder Porter, Rt. 2, charges was a woman identified They not only have lost mon-
Jr-i; Dora V. Lovett, Aiachua;; I Box 293, and Ira Edward SmithJr. at 7 a.m. Sunday on Sta'e Road 'to those already offered by Ford negotiators kept the as Florence Mobley. ey through the racial troublesof Jr. and others, which contendsa
25 and charged with driving the union's representatives standingby conspiracy exists to resist in-
Larry Hendrix Cross City;; Ada ., Rt. 4 Box 157-B, 3'52 p.m. Chrysler and accepted by this summer, they now have
while intoxicated.Fire
All three
Mae'Williamson, Lake City;; Monday at NW 8th Ave. and 3rd union," Denise explained. for about 11 hours Monday are Philadelphians. taken a heavy blow from hurri- tegration.The .

Merrill H. Jones, Starke. Calls Shortly after the proposal was night while the company Deputy Police Commissioner cane Dora. judge said he may set the

DISCHARGESShelly' St.Charles A. Garrett, 1426 NE handed to the union, UAW prepared its offer. Richard Edwards said there Judge Simpson said since case for trial in December.

Fender Mr. Mitchell 9th St.,.and two parked cars be- i At 11:10 a.m. Sunday, an auto were no indications, at present these were test cases under the (Advertisement)

Boatrjght__ Mrs. ,Anna B. Corn- longing to Gary C. Poison, 112 fire at SW 16th Ave. and 22nd that the alleged riot instigatorswere civil rights act, he did not think Now Many Wear

NW 16th St. and J. H. Bar- St. Makarios Agrees to Lift representing larger
well, Mr. Cecil G. Freyermuth,, I any it proper to assess damages.This I' ,
1028 NW 36th Ter. at 11:28a.m. 11 organizaion or that they had FALSE TEETHWith
Curtis F. Beach Ernest Atkins,, COURT OF RECORD was not to be regarded as
Monday NW 16th St. and Criminal Dispositions Blockade of Turk TownsNICOSIA anything to do with recent
Frank Bozarth, Eugene F. Seville Judge Ira Carter Presiding a precedent with cases coming More Comfort

Mrs. Dorothy Sheppard 1st PL forfeitures: Oliver Kelley. Reddick. rioting in such other northern !up against seven other St. Aug-
no valid driver's license.. $35. Timothy FASTEETH a pleasant alkaline
and baby boy, Waymon D. Mark A. Frierson 2904 NE Williams Jr. High Springs driving Cyprus (AP) -coast. Makarios' regime de- cities as New York Brooklyn, ustine places nor an indicationthat (non-acid) powder, bold false teeth
11th Ter. and Patrick J. Tres- while license suspended. $100. A'len Ac. Rochester N.Y. and future defendants more firmly.To eat and talk In more
Paterson can
Owens Mrs. Vida Mae Matthew ree Ocala speeding. $50. James E.Brsbham U.N. officials said today Presi- clared this would be consideredan : comfort Just sprinkle a little FAS
and baby girl Mrs. Carolyn cott 210 C. Flav. Ill, at 1 p.m. Pompano reckless driving dent Makarios has agreed to lift invasion. N.J. free ride" the judge said. TEETH on your plates. No gummy.
pasty taste or feeling. Checks
$50. Tony E..Jinks. Knoxville. Ten n.
Mae Bol--Saturday at S. Main St. and 5th Simon said if the fees were "plate odor" (denture breath). GobFASTESTi
Haight and son Vera Speeding. $35. Lucille Wade, Archer, the economic blockade of Turk- The Turks their Edwards said the instigators I
dropped ; at drug counter.
Zed d ie Ave. fishing without a license $25. granted. they might::!: be donated I any
Yvonne Williams ish communities on excitement
en, Cypriot created "mass and -
Shirley D. Brunsco Rt. 4 and -sentences: Dorothy V. Beck Trenton convoy plan Monday, and Mak
Brooks Mrs. Saddie Lee Hodge, failure to have vehicle under con time this week.
Cyprus some arios then said Turkey could I hysteria, inducing, people to do I II
Amos T. Pinner, 2024 NW 34th trol $35 or 15 days. George Durr.
Ivana Beata Brkic, Adam Har- Ave. at 12:36 Saturday at High Springs defective equipment $2] Makarios reportedly relented land relief supplies for Kokkinaat this terrible thing" for example ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A
m.Jr. Harold James. p.m. or 10 days. Joseph A. Highsmilh, 529 under from Galo
heavy pressure the of falsehoods
E. University Ave. and 7th St. SE 1st Ave., no valid driver's license the port of Famagusta. by "spreading -

". POLICE FIRE REPORT C. B. Bragg 710 NW 2nd Ave. $20 or 5 days. Plaza U.N. chief representativeon Makarios told the U.N. that a woman was dead, Pool!
Percy Jasper. Fort Wnite. no valid and Lt. Gen. K. S. peacekeeping FLORIDA Swimming
7: Accident Roundup and Alvin W. Smith, Starke at driver's license. $35 or 15 days. Lewis Cyprus, command that the e: or that a woman was beaten by I I'I
Moore Jr., 714 NE 20th St., no validdrivers Thimayya commander of the .I'
that of
the sort
The, following accidents have 12:35 pm. Saturday at W. Uni- license. $35 or 15 days. Washington force. supplies, if landed in a routine: police .
Powers Jr., Aiachua driving on peace "
Ave. and 3rd St. ; thing.
versity .
wrong side of road $35 or 15 days. FloydA. officials have warned fashion at Famagusta would be by Rivers Construction Co.

INVITATION TO BIO Joseph Marsh, 1908 NW 7th school Seaton and Rt.$20 4.costs.J. improper. turn traffic U.N. given all privileges.The I .
Notice Is hereby given that the Board Lane and Wilford A. Ramsey Makarios ever since he imposedthe '
W. Bates. no address listed Worthless A POOL Backed
of Alachua QUALITY by a
of County Commissioners check restitution and costs. blockade early last month Turkish. Embassy in 'I
-County, Florida. hereby calls for and reQuests i
bids for the following materials Re-Schedule capias Issued for the arrest of: that cutting food supplies to the Nicosia said Turkey would senda WE DOT I FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY...
to be purchased by said Board for and Fullie S. Lacey Rt. 4, Improper pass- .
.on behalf of Alachua County. Florida: Ing. James R. Wade no address list- Turkish Cypriots might bring shipload of food to Famagustaif i .

the"Furnishing period beginning the following October materials 1. 1964.for Judge Hearing 1 ed.. worthless worthless check.check. Frank Webb Rt. armed action from Turkey. the U.N. peace force would 2 SIZES ,- 16x32 and 20x40

',and ending September 30 ltS." Bid- charges continued: Jackie L Register Turkey announced last weekit supervise the unloading and SO BIG I Priced at $3,000 to $3,500 :
in his bid that the unit .
shall license.Larry
der Rt. 1. driver's
""prices quoted shall be firm for the TALLAHASSEE A public W. Rooks.improper High Springs allowing would break the blockade by I take the supplies without ,delayto : NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH
period stated above.1) an unauthorized person to drive. naval-air to Kokkina a Turkish Cypriot
hearing on a proposed plan using a convoy ship
Four (4)
Heart cypress fence post Helen W. Brown. 1515 SE 12th Ave..
Inch diameter minimum sev.n (7) foot for selection discipline and re- worthless check. Calvin Hill. 1114 NW rood to the hard-pressed village village that has been under 'CAUSE WE '
length minimum. Posts to be completely 5th Ave., worthless check. I : EACH POOL YOU GET
'debarked and cured. moval of judges drafted by a James A. Sanchez. Newberry worthless of Kokkina on the northwest blockade for six weeks. CHARGE SO LITTLE I i I Pool Board
2) Creosoted fence posts V to 4" minimum check. Medford H. Wicker. Rt. 4. Filter System, Skimmer l Brush Diving
diameter seven (7) foot length committee of The Florida Bar trunk. rent a car from Pool Light- Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
", i"lmumPosts to be treated by pressure has been rescheduled for 10 pleaded not guilty: Samuel B. Cow- AIR CONDITIONING
to a minimum retention of six art Jr.. 2010 Williston Road. Improper IECONOCAfromJ ; Leaf Net
pounds a.m. Friday at the George ;change of lanes. Harriet M. Strickland
Exact quantity of posts Is unknown, Machua, speeding. Morton H. Hantman, Coll us for quick efficient air conditionIng -
Jacksonville. NO OBLIGATION
Washington Hotel 9LrL. CALL FOP FREE -
and the county is under no obligation Miami worthless check. Martha- Dai-
to purchase any particular number of Originally set for September I ey, no address listed petty larceny. wW_ PA I R or heater service. I
9 Trained and experienced
.Bidder posts. to quote on posts f.o.b.by. Gainesville unit price. 11, the hearing was postponed i Willie without L Davis a license.Grove Clyde Park L., Hall barbering no- Radio dispatched trucks service men Gas, Oil, Insurance An Included RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO-
shall be
All prices
Florida. when Hurricane Dora lashed.address listed assault and battery. Reasonable rates 24 Hour service NO DROP CHARGETO STREET
1909 EAST 5th
be In and in dupli- Bart Pangilman, no address listed contributing Service all makes of
Alt bids must writing on equipment JAX AIRPORT
cate delivered hand or mail to the Jacksonville area, knockingout to the delinquency of a minor.
the Board of County Commissioners of electrical and Alphonso Rawls. Grove Park, barbering pi O7/L Phone FR 6-3644 : ,
power scram- 8268 HEATING 6' AIRCONDITIONING
Aiachua County at the courthouse In without license. He / 622.7048.FLA.. .
Gainesville. Florida. on or before 2:30 bling travel schedules. pleaded nolo contendere: Weems O. CO. OFFICE AT MANOR MOTEL
p.m.. E.S.T.. September 22 19 M. Baskin 111. Columbia S. C.. sPieding.iii I
The bid shall be enclosed !in a sealed After changes suggested at : 1

envelope Fence Posts.and"clearly marked "Bid on the public hearing have been I

The Board of County Commissioners reserves incorporated in the proposals

bids end Board.the M.to right Davis of waive County,to Chairman all reject Commissioners Informalities.G. any and. all 'The Governors[ Florida will Bar's consider Board the of I TEXAS COMES TO GAINESVILLE AGAIN I

Aiachua County. Florida measures for possible sponsor- _

(3591)NOTICE*:1. 15_OF. PUBLIC HEARING ship before the 1965 session of 3 DAYS-THURS..FRI.-SAT.-SEPT. 17-18-19

This Is to advise that the Board of the Florida Legislature.NOTICE I
County Commissioners will hold a public.
hearing at 2:30 P.M. on Tuesday September
22. 19M. in Room 401 of the TO CONTRACTORSOFFICE 1 I
Aiachua County Courthouse. The purposeof OF THE
this hearing will be to receive com- STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT F R E E
ments from the general public relative CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE I Eliminates defrosting drudgery
to'the request of Aiachua CovntUtili- PROGRAMS
ties' Inc.. to be granted a _xeluslve Sealed bids will be received at tro. State I
permit to utilize County-owned rights of Road Department Offices Room 228. Holland -
way for the purpose of providiro water Building. Tallahassee. Flo'ida from
and sewer services on a permissive Qualified Contractors until 10-30 A. M. /in} both freezer and refrigerator ini .
basis. In the following describee1 area: (E.S.T.) on Tuesday the 22nd day of Popcorn Poppers .
That portion of Lot (1) lying West ofStat. September 1964. for the following work: r
Road No. 25. and Lots 2. 3. 4. 5. -NOTE-
6. 7. I. 9. 16. 17. 21, and 22 of the Proposal forms will net be issued later .
Napier Grant as per plat recorded in than one hour prior to the time for BIG 14.2 CU. FT. SIZE COLORS: YELLOW -{
Deed Book 1, page 591 of the public opening bidsALACHUA Electric Clocks I I
records of Alachua County. Florida. COUNTY (PRIMARY PINK and -.
Lot I. 10. 12. 14. 15. 17. 19. 20. 21. FUNDS): STATE PROJECT. JOB NO. TURQO.Troublesome '
22. 23 24 or Serenola Plantation as per UMO-S502, SR 20, from the Put n a m
peat recorded In Deed Book L. page County line west via Hawthorne to SR frost neve:
40. of t"public records of Alachua 235. work consists of shoulder grading;
County. Florida.All Type 1 Asph. Cone leveling ara Surf. Coming-Ware builds up in refrigerator o d .
persons wishing to express them- Cse.; and Incidental Items. Length 7.999
selves on this proposal are cordially miles 95 105-lb. "zero-degree" freezes .1;
Invited to attend and participate In this ALACHUA COUNTY (PRIMARY Has Constant-Cold Reserv ".'. w 7 i
meeting.G. M. DAVIS U491-3501, roads streets parking areas Grand Prize $ to keep foods fresh am '
Chairman and sidewalk at University of Florida.

(U9f) 9:15___________ Work Limerock consists of with light grading; tw A RCA Victor flavorful. Also has separate
NOTICE OF SALE Surf. Cse Base storm sewer Type and 1 small Asph.drain-Cone. n temperature controls for refrigerator
Harold ShiverInterlachen
Florida age structures; cone sidewalk and in. and freezer, built- <
I Iineggracks
cidentlal items. The area of pavement is
You are hereby notified that the fol-
approx. 50.730 Sq. Yds. and butter keeper, .
lowing motor vehicle: Pontiac 1963 2957
943039319 will be sold at public sale PHONOGRAPH2CYCLE
at.. ':- A.M. on the twenty first FUNDS): STATE PROJECT JOB NO.mwMli. bushel-size twin crispers and 'sw
day of September. 1964. at 1116 West University -I in Lake City between SR 25 Million-Magnet doors.
Avenue Gainesville.l Flo'ida.. The and Park St. Work consists of medium
proceeds of the sale will be applied first grading; 4W: Limerock Base; Type 1
to.ih payment of the costs of retaking i Asph. Cone. Surf. Cse.; cone box cul-
..storing and sale of said motor vehicle vert; storm sewer and small drainage EKTHN
and the cost of publicatIon of no- structures; and incidental items Length
tlcco sale and then to the satisfac- 1.190 miles. (Readvertisement.) >'
LEVY COUNTY (BOND FUNDS) <' :'::! ::'!>
t'oji of the balance due under the con- :
STATE PROJECT, JOB NO. 34505302.SR e MBI,' 'nK
ef said
tract covering the financing mo- $
tor.,vehicle. Any surplus will te paid S-JJ9. A, from a point on SR 500
t9.L vehicle. Any surplus will be paid approx. one mile ngrthwest o' Bronson @ -fLt4oot1 .. SANDWICHES I
.nx.ballnce remaining unpaid under said southwest to Blue Springs. Work consistsof :
I heavy grading; 6" Limerock Stabilized
contract.BY. : Lyman C. Rentz Base; Type 2 Surf. Treat.; end Inci
and COKES'
Credit Manager dental Items. Length 2.135 miles WASHER
1116 West University Avenue
.*" Gainesville. Florida S-)36(7) (JOB NO. 26H -3505J. SR 200. SALAD
between the north limits of Hawthorne
(-S41S)F 9:15 R 2-341 and SR 26 at Orange Heights. Work con- ::: Model tMA 220-0 STEAM IRONS
""" sists of providing a Kane facility of ex- -
INVITATION TO BID ra-heavy grading; IV*" Llmeroclr Base
mike Is hereby given that he Board with Type I Asph. Cone. Surf. Cse. and I'h > .,. :. c- CASSEROLES
ef"County Commissioners of Alachua Binder Cse. drainage structures; and incidental =
County. Florida hereby calls for and Items. Length 1277 miles.
requests bids for the following materials Wage Rates: Minimum wage rates for ...-
96 be purchased by said Board for and the Prolect (s) included in this Notice
on behalf of Alachua County. Florida. shall be $1.25 per hour.A I'' :
-"Furnishing all corrugated irrtal pipe Proposal Guaranty of not less than FINANCING ON THE
'and pipe arch for the period beginning five percent (5 percent) of the total 1 : ,
Actual Bid In the form of either :vcyM1 Y' o.
"October 1. 1944. and ending September a
-30. 1965.** certified check, cashiers check, trust I s SPOT Choose The
-The following Is a list of sizes and company treasurers check bank draft of
-gauges used and the bidder snail quote iy national or state bank or a Surety' Iii .
--en unit price per lineal foot. ,i J Bond made payable to the Coveror Type That Sjuits You
It"round. plain galvanized pipe. 16 gauge of the State of Florida must accompany : I' :_:
4a" round plain galvanized pipe. U gauge each bid. A check or draft in i ,
coy round. plain galvanized pipe. 16 gauge an amount less than five percent (5 per ,\ REMEMBER-You can add to your acs
.30"round plain galvanized pipe. 14 gauge cent) of the actual bid will Invalidate I
36" round plain galvanized pipe. 14 gauge the bid. Should the Proposal Guaranty :;... x. 1; count and ,often no increase In your*:
42" round. plain galvanized pipe. 12 gauge exceed 1hpercent (10 percent) of the
49" round. plain galvanized pipe. 17 gauge Department's estimate. it wilt be reduced monthly payments. :; :
60"round. plain galvanized pipe. 10 gauge automatically to ten percent (10
ty round plain galvanized pipe. 10 gauge percent) of the Department's _
14"round, plain galvanized pipe. I gauge Certified checks shall have State ,
,r round. plain galvanized pipe. I gauge ida's Documentary Stamps estlm.te'l
22" x 13" plain galvanized pipe arch Bends snail conform te SRD
U gauge (Rev. Nevember-43) furnished wit the \ $ 4
*ir* x ll" plain galvanized pipe! arch Proposal Form. I j ALL :
,M gauge AU work Is to be done In accordance -
016" x 22" plain galvanized pipe arch, with the Plans Specification and PORCELAINENAMELED
-..u gauge Special Provisions of the State Road Department. 'I
{3" x 27" plain galvanized pipe arch, I
,--H gauge Plans and-or Proposal Forms May Be'
14" x 31" plain galvanized pipe arch. Purchased By Qualified Contractors up. : for everyday fabrics .
.J2 gauge on application to this office for J51.SO per One cycle's
,11" x 36" plain galvanized pipe arch se. Extra sets of Plans for prospective -,I delicates! SAVE
12 gauge bidders and plans for non-bidders, : the other's especially for
"eT o x 1." plain galvanized pipe arch ksbef purchased for $20.69 per sell I
12 gauge these documents should be eB
"77 x 44" plain galvanized pipe arch directed to the Engineer of Contracts !j *bfagic-Miz dis Weer filter MORE
"Tf gauge with checks payable to the Slate Road : LOW LOW PRICED! utomatlf il Y bends in
In his bid that a
Bidder shall state the Department of Florida. These charges
tint prices quoted shall be firm for thetwriod include state Sales a4 Use Tas Ne re I detergent, filters out lint..
stated above. fuN will to mach) I + M and it's built-in, out of the Buy Washer & Dryer
Pipe shall meet the specifications i the The right Is reserved to reject any or flvjtoo
Florida State Road Department approved > all bids.STATE jl f MOO **yml -
and adopted April 1. its. ROAD DEPARTMENTOF
.Ali bids f.o.b. Gainesville Florida. FLORIDA Q Three water temperatures. For Only 294"
Delivery of the materials to be made JAY W. BROWN.
.,pon receipt of a written oroer from State Highway Engineer Famous Whirlpool quality _
,ft* County Engineer. JOHN R. PHILLIPS with acceptable trade inside and out.' Built to last!
Mi bids must be In writing la duplicate Chairman WITH FREE 6 site SOAP SUPPLY % :
and delivered by hand or mail to ((3591) 9:15Earl Come see it soon. 'Task. .
the Board of County Commissioners ef
County. Florida at the courtAlachua .
before 2:30 P.ME.S.T UM ol tra 4 erk$ 8 eel RCA By WY4..I Ceep..liM r..leet.rNM
house on or -
''September 22. 1964.Th I C. MayRepresenting tCA WHlI&.POOL .,pIi.-. S'......e4 by RelN Cepw.*.. .f Arn..rka 2 CYCLE 3 TEMP. CONTROLS
bid shall be In a sealed envelope
and clearty marked "Bid on ripe.

"..The..bids,". and Board G.Board the M.to waive of right Davis of County County\ ,to Informalities.Chairman relect Commissioners Commissioners any: and reerves all- The Assurance FR Equitable 2-3576 Society Life *. I THE VARIETY STORE Sells Quality Merchandise and Renders Personal Services!

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