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 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079931:00277
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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:-A''23:ear-old Negro man, described as "clean cut' in Survey for Junior
appearance with an exceptionally good physique," was College

arrested Tuesday by Alachua County Sheriff's deputiesand : .
'charged with the Sept. 8 rape of" an 18-year-old

Gainesville crirL ,
ThesusP c : identified as
calm and described the attacker '
Randolph Pitts Jr., 714 SE 8th
St., was apprehended at the Uni- completely," he added.

,versity of Florida. Pitts was at Negro deputy Wallet Cole- Here Slated by School Bd.e2
the campus police station when man and University of Florida .
Gene Watson .
taken into ,custody. He was investigator were II
being fingerprinted for university credited with the arrest of ,
-employment. Pitts, which came after seven '. !

Sheriff Joe Crevasse said the days of "intensive investigation. ..., ..:.. ....., ..,. .
due ." :: .,..,. ." "" ,; .".. v'l ',, :.,, ,
quick arrest was to a "very
definite description" given ,by Crevasse said the two officers Legislators,

the rape victim. "She was.very, ,armed with a description .
of the attacker, received information Add Their

Tuesday from an infor- ..' .,
I mant who told them Pitts "was or ,
either working at the university -
or had reason to be there." << SupportBy

He added Pitts had been em- 6 ,
ployed at several jobs, but was
.h b .' Sun Education Writer
unemployed at the time of his !

TNT arrest. ..""" Strongly backed by Alachua
Gainesville police also had .r County's two man legislative :.t
sought the rapist, who attackedhis s 'f.... '. ." ;' delegation, the School Board
victim behind a downtown : ,,;gj" ,. M.-... yesterday moved decisively to

apartment only a few feet from y. initiate an immediate survey
Main Street. Police Chef W. -.t:. for a junior college here.
D. Joiner said last week sever- .fi'J/ S Acting with dispatch to get a'

5"4y+r i,Ftir al officers were working on the ." '. :'... ..",;.." solid plan put together before '
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case. $ f ;, >,, ;-p!!,&.... ., ::.,..II meets i
r. $ .
Sheriff Crevasse indicated no '" .y.,;; ;:: April, 1965, the board also or- ,
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connection has been established WF .' between last week's attack '''"'''''\# and several at- "; u county at the high school level
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tempts here this summer. Until yesterday, A I achua
I PITTS (See ARREST on Page 2)). ?" County had been one of only *

three areas with a strong jun-

.; .. ior college potential, according

State Gets Taste '.,"" ... to standards of the State De- .
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.. 3P partment of Education, that had .
Of Campaign StewST. junior Sen. college J. Emory survey.(Red) Cross

and Rep. Ralph Turlington took
turns urging the board to ask

PETERSBURG (AP) ternational Association of Ma, for the survey.
President Johnson and his Republican chinists'when he plugged for a When they had finished, the
rival', Sen. Barry Gold- stronger Social Security program -area vocational technical school &
'watercarried_ .'their' campaigns including medical care for which Supt. E. D. Manning Jr.
northward today after, nearly the elderly. and the board had once banked
Cedar Is Still All ThereScenic
crossing :each other's path in The Republicans lost no timein Key .. their hopes on was all but de-
vigorous bids for the vote of labeling the President's'jour molished in favor of the junior
doubtful, Florida., ney "purely political". National Cedar Keys came through Hurricane Dora. in pretty good shape, despite dire forecasts to the contrary, college.
Johnson, back from quickie Chairman Dean Burch called it as shown by their areial photograph taken by Sun Photographer Eddie Davis. What may appear as storm damageto Manning obviously was not
visits to Miami Beach and Cape "an improper use of taxpayers' some of the dockside buildings is due actually to construction underway on a new causeway. The bayou en- pleased with the board's decision
Kennedy, flies from Washingtonto money." closed by, the dock_ (upper center) 'shows just slightly more than normal water at low tide when the picture was but his vocational.director -

the' West Coast. Goldwater, Goldwater.a foe of Medicare, ,. Marion Bishop, 'who had
continuing his drive to'carry spearheaded plans to establishan
.made no mention of it when he
the Deep South, headed for taken.Polluted area vocational technical
spoke in the retirement haven' ,
Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama. 'school here, recommended that
of St. Petersburg. But he dealt Wells CityBy ;
with the'subject at Orlando, declaring Plague the junior college avenue be ex- i 1
At :Miami Beach in a speech that it would boost the plored. % I
he-said was non-political, John- Social Security tax rate too School Board Member elect 'J
,son:got a big hand from the In- high."I. NORM LaCOESun been found contaminated. He giving continual; troubleis number of' persons who work- Jasper Joiner took the board's
don't care how rich the Staff Writer said the worst hit section' is in around :Clear Lake. About ed in and near flood waters action as a slap in the face and

United States '''is," the Republican County health officers said southwest Gainesville, in residential 90 per cent of private w ells have contracted a viral sore resigned from its vocational edu-
,Congress nominee said. "It can't af- today that private wells all sections near Clear there' have been shown to be throat, 'B "yne said, and shouldbe cation committee. Joiner, a UnI-
ford that kind of program." over the county but especially Lake. 'contaminated. ," he said. treated by a physician if it versity of Florida professor of ..

May Need The candidates clashed, too, in southwest Gainesville, "People who live in Clear Byrne said contaminationhas persists.To horticulture, said the committee's -
over a 'deleted portion of John- have been polluted by Hurri- Lake, and adjacent areas appeared in isolated,checks date, 250 wells have been action recommended the
son's Miami Beach text dealing cane Dora's flood waters., should consider their wells to all over the county.He sampled, and incubation tests junior college was done withouthis
LBJ's 'HelpWASHINGTON with Communist Cuba. Dr. Edward Byrne, county be contaminated until proven said there is no present are finished on 84. Of these, knowledge or concurrence."I .
In the stricken portion, John- health, officer, said '12 percent otherwise," Dr. Byrne said. danger of an outbreak of any 22 show contamination. Seven was not present at any

(AP) Dem- son said that "what was meantto of wells tested,so.far,have "The only area that is still serious disease. However, a (See WATER on Page 2)) which meeting such of this a recommendationwas committee in

be a show window for communism
ocratic congressional leadersare made." Joiner said.
looking to President John- in' the Americas has UAW Sets "Someone could have had the
son for help in getting three become a showcase of failure." Attorney in Kynes9 Lawsuit courtesy, to advise me that this
And he added that Castro "is
major segments of his program was to be the recommendation.The .
moving on Capitol Hill. not now-and will not be allowed Ford Strike committee has been cir-

The,President, off today ,on, a to become a major cumvented." ,
Western trip,' was reported to threat to the security of the Quits State Commission Post Bishop accepted the blame for ..;
have discussed with leaders by United States or to the solidar- Deadline. the committee's recommendation -
phone Tuesday methods of leap- ity of the free American Repub- without 'Joiner's participation -
frogging a legislative reappor- lics." 'DETROIT (AP) The United By NORM LaCOE ty commissions, along,with registration mission bitterly denoounced the saying the other four mem- .
tionment roadblock in the Sen- Goldwater called these comments Auto Workers Union today seta Sun Staff Writer supervisors and can- move. bers, had unanimously endorsedthe
ate that has stalled action on his "incredible" and said the strike deadline of 10 a.m. CLEARWATER The promvassing boards. They demanded he be released junior college survey, but

foreign aid and Appalachian aid American people "deserve the (EST) Friday at the Ford Motor inent lawyer who handled Atty. Kynes contended irregularities "as SACC attorney, saying Hurricane Dora had prevent e d
measures. truth (about Cuba) before they Co. in new contract bargain- Gen. James Kynes suit to in registrations in both they did not want to help pay them from calling a full com-
Leaders also were looking to cast their votes in November." throw out election results in Hall's retainer as attorney to mittee meeting.
counties voided the results.
him 'for suggestions on how to From Miami Beach, Johnson ing.UAW Alachua and Levy counties has tiIe., the state group, then find him The other members of the
salvage the health' care pro- went to Cape Kennedy, got President Walter P. quit under'fire as paid attorney Kynes lost his court b Had on the other side in a court bat- five-man committee are Bishop
he he would have drawn
gram passed by the Senate. It some briefings on the space Reuther announced the dead- to the State Association of County won, tle.Alachua School Board Member Wlllard
was' sent by the House to an program, and watched astro- line just before entering the Commissioners. victory from his election defeat County commisssioners -, Williams, Superintendentelect

uncertain fate in a Senate-House nauts Gus Grissom and John bargaining, room. The SACC board directors at the hands of Earl Faircloth, did not go on record againstSee William S. Talbot and Dr. Roy

conference committee named to W. Young inside a simulated "We are prepared to join with accepted the resignation of .J. Miami.tion. Kynes sought re elee- ( RESIGNS on Page 2) (See COLLEGE on Page 2) ,

iron out differences in its parent Gemini space capsule. the company in good faith to resolve Lewis Hall, Tallahassee, in an ft .
Social Security measure. "We cannot be second in the questions that are stillunsettled ,executive session during 'its Hall came under fire because
Johnson was confronted witha space and first in the world," ," Reuther said. 35th annual meeting here this he handled Kynes'' case, directed Budget Request'Reviewed )
situation in which he would Johnson said in a speech ''to
Although Ford has offered the week. against county officials,:while ?
need aU of his often-touted space technicians in a block- accepting a retainer from theorganization :
union irtually the same economic
Hall who was president of .
persuasive powers to save any house. uackage the UAW accepted of county commis
Florida lost
the Bar in 1959 a
or-- all' of the measures from a "As long as I am permitted sioners. by City
from Chrysler last week, had
$4,200 yearly retainer.
stalemate that threatened to to lead this nation, I will never
keep the election year Congressin accept a place second to any Reuther said there still were had 'the SACC post for more In Levy County, where War-
session ,indefinitely. Senate other nation in this field." questions to be settled on such than 20 years., dell Fugate, commission chairDefendants By JEAN CARVERSun es of commissioners and subscriptions -
Democratic leaders said it The first man who lands on matters as wage inequities, re- in both electi o n s man, was named as defend- Staff Writer and mem :rships.
might.last until Nov. 1. the moon the President said, lief time for assembly line suits were county officials, including ant as a member of the can- Nine budget requests totalingover The city charter prohibits salaried '-
(See JOHNSON on Page 2)) "will go from Florida." '(See UAW on Page 2)) chairmen of the counvassing board, the county com- $1.3 million were reviewed city commissioners }
by City Commissioners in a CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE ;j
committee budget study session Up $180 over this year's $29,- (
Tuesday night.Commissioners. 100 for a recommended $29,230
I Viet Nam Coup Chiefs Captured' took along total Increases recommended .
look at Police Chief W. D. Join- include a $300 raise for the city
er's $4,525 request for a K 9 manager's administrative as
Corps dog,team and decided to sistant.
By MALCOLM W. BROWNE Cao Ky appeared to be the key
give the item more thought. FINANCE DEPARTMENTUp
A political history of
South Viet Nam
SAIGON man. '
It was the commission's: sec- this
Trouble Still over year's
(AP) Two of three top lead- Brewing Viet Nam. See 3. ond review meeti
Calling for a purge of "cor. Page budget n g. $112,630 for a recommended
.::: 'Sunday's: attempt to
rapt and divisive" members of Commissioners meet again tonight $150,005 totaL This Includes

overibiow-: :were: .Premier in. government Nguyen In Mekong.. Delta. the commanders officer corps involved, Ky said in five the lete.," unnecessary and incapable. $9.E million to review budget the ecommend-proposed (See BUDGET on Page 2)WHERE

cus todYin Saigon today but,the weekend rebellion already had ed,by City Manager Bill Green.
situation inthe_ Mek- "Theymust be kicked out," 1
; .populous ..After'aU department recom-
T-ong-verxleltaremained explo- persuaded to leave his stronghold initial commander of the rebels, been ousted and he believed 9 or he dec1afed.ow .
mendations have been reviewed -
r.y.-lJve.---_ rr':31aJzGen-- 'at My Tho,':40 miles southof was reported still in My Tho. 10 other senior officers should is the time' "for :young, by commissioners, they will TO

: JDuong Van Duc Saigon,.to return to Saigon. Phat ;denounced Khanh as a go. honest, capable and, idealisticmen present the subsequent budget $ :
:3raszrellably: reported, :under: Top a Dal Viet withdrew his traitor to the nation in a broad Ky said five generals exiled to' to_ be aware .of their recommended by' the commissioners FIND IT "
house' 'arrest '''in' Saigon and ,division and,armor from Saigon cast Sunday after his forces the mountain city of Dalat after responsibilities," said Ky, who at a public budget hear ,

,facing' probable: .Jrialv .Due ,Monday ;morning after his seized Saigon. Presumably he Khanh seized power last Janu' is 34. Comics . . 31 ,
commands 4th Army.Corps commander Due,capitulated to faces more severe punishmentthan ary should not be allowed to He said the government must ing.These are. the departments Classified 20-23
*" .cEIFged": with defending the loyalist forces. Ton returned toSaigon the 'others.Loyalist return to duty as Khanh had be turned over to, civilians studied Tuesday night: Entertainment3D
1-who1edeItaand 'abouL::half) ..the by helicopter and presu. 'generals in Saigon indicated they would. within the next month and a CITY COMMISSION The e Obituaries . 2 ;
J; 'pQpulaUonjpt South Viet Nam. mably alsowill face some kind appeared to be exerting more Ky said the five, all supporters half, as promised by Khanh, city manager recommended $l,- Opinion Page 4 ", I
-> A'second. leader of ,the; coup, ,of charges. Trouble still was control over' government devel- of Maj. Gen. Duong Van and that they should] have. as .500, the same figure_ appropriated Sports .,. ,1316Women's I
I Z *the.-,7uV. Division commander, brewing in his command area.' opments than; Khanh himself. Minh, South Viet Nam's figure- much time as the military did to this year. This is for travel . 6,7 \

t CoL Juynh Van Ton,-finally.. was Brig. Gen. Lam Van Phat, the Air force Commodore Nguyen head chief of state, were "obso- see if they can run the country. food miscellaneous expens- !
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I t:: PuDil Assignments: Return to Haunt school Jioara i I

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I :: : Alachua County's nightmar- It also heard from' parents opportunity to take string music Gainesville to take them. oratory School instead. pealed to the Pupil Assignment i

:: | s h pupil assignment policy who want their children reassigned classes except in Gainesville Gravely said this didn't help "It would ,be a simple matter Committee a second time, and I I

I .. came back to haunt the School because they must cross schools. his son any because 'his, high for my son to ride the bus yesterday, Jack Waters*: chairman ; I

:: Board yesterday. heavy traffic and then ride school periods could not be rearranged -from Archer to Westwood of the committee, announced I
.1 The board, for the second overcrowded buses to get to Supt. E.D. Manning Jr. last to permit him to at- Junior High where he can get it had reversed its first ,
:: time, turned down a request by school. month told Gravely he wouldsee tend the special music classes.He the music lessons he needs," decision and is now in favor of : I
Lucius Gravely of Archer to to it that the string music I I II.
:: Gravely"said.. reassigning the Gravely boy to
:: allow his son to transfer from Gravely the cashier at the teacher, 'Mrs Dorothy Reaves, said his boy was assignedto Westwood.

:: Newberry High School to West- University of F 1 o rida, main- would hold extra classes for Newberry High School, but After being refused by the I. Ii

:: wood Junior High. tains his son doesn't have an pupils who wanted to come toWeather is attending P.K. Yonge Lab- board last month, Gravely ap--I Manning said the committeeBarry I :

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Gators to Have RoundupZONES More About

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It Tough: Graves \. On Cuba

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:::: Florida head football-coach Lack of depth and the returnof 90 -- KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -' I

I :: Ray Graves turned poet yesterday platoon substituticn will hurt \ workers ards. and production standS en. Barry Goldwater pressed'

.. in explaining his outlook the Gators against their formidable his hunt for Republican votes in
ieczx P 2 ZONESA
:: ,on this year's Gator squad be- opposition, he addea. Partly cloudy tonight and Thurs- The UAW leader said he had the Deep S uth today, challenging i
.. fore members of the Gaines- "We'll probably draw three or day much with change widely in scattered temperatures.showers.Lowest Not '4tAsl4m \w.tRa hoped to avoid the necessity of l President Johnson to tell the t /

.: vile Rotary Club. four 5-yard penalties in the SMU tonight 68 to 74. Mostly southeast winds setting a strike deadline but now American people where he ;.
10 to 20 miles per hour.
: Graves said that he, unlike so game just getting used to the that one was necessary he was stands on Communist Cuba.
-: many of his colleagues usu- new platooning rules," he said. BCD Partly cloudy prepared to spend as many The Republican presidential
: ally an optimistic coach. But I Coach Graves also had had through Thursday. A few local hours as needed at the bargaining nominee raised that point in a

: not this year. 'some words of encouragement."This showers mostly during aft table to reach an agree speech prepared for delivery I
is of the best and Low
one ernoons evenings. ment.
The head coach and athletic I
teams I've ever coached." said tonight near 70. Easterly I ;
director than quoted a poem he Graves. "They want to play winds 5 to 15 miles per hour.E Meanwhile a new strike More AboutBudget : :
tried follow
: said he usually to :
threat loomed on the Chryslerscene.
footbalL like at
They practice,
"This old world we're living F G H I
Partly cloudy through .
in is awfully hard to beat times, and that's unusual. Thursday. A few local showers mostly
; Graves called the Fightn' Ga. during afternoons and evenings. Low tonight 'r.GAINESVILLE
You'll find a thorn in, every In the 70s. Variable mostly easterly The UAW placed Chrysler
: rose, but aren't roses sweet?" tors the "best prepared nun" winds 5 to IS miles per hour.. WEATHER under a'new strike threat Tues-
said he had ever coached. Hi be- day, although Reuther an- From Page 1
: This year, Graves TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Municipal Airport readingsfor
lieves the addition to ,the coachIng ,. o
High Uw 'rec
poem will go like this: I' Jacksonville ............ W 14 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: nounced only a week ago today I
staff this year will also Miami .................. 87 76 1.50 that "an historic labor $57,000 for a revaluation of all
,. "This old world we're living Tampa ................. 80 74 .49 High 83 at 2 pjn., low 66 at agree-
: in, I think is on the blink; I help.The Atlanta .................. 80 M 5 a.m. No rain. ment worth 54 cents an hour" property assessments in the
kicking departm e n t New Orleans ............ 88 64 had
in ........ ... been wrapped up there. city.
You'll find a thorn every I Boston .. ... 69 44 ALMANAC
should be one of the best in the New York ............. 75 48 Sunset today ........... 6:42 LAW DEPARTMENTUp .-.
: :rose, and don't the roses slink? ; nation, according to Graves. Hal Washington ............. 83 58 Sunrise tomorrow" .......... 6:11 pm.am. Although he failed to mentionit
................ $700 for a recommened
Chicago tJ 51 ..............
: : Graves attributed his pessimism Seymour will handle the long Kansas City ............ 78 61 tonight ':01 pm. at the time, the national
.08 ................' 700 for
First recommended
Denver ................. 67 51 .20 Quarter Sept. 13 a $17,500)
to the season economic agreement Reuther
pre predictions punts, and sophomore quarter. Ft. Worth ............... 89 IS .17 PROMINENT STARS total.
that his Gators will be back Steve Spurrier will kick for Los Angeles ........... 77 61Seattle The Twins. rise ............ 1:58 ajn. announced covered only hourly Telephone and travel requests -
........:......... 71 55 VISIBLE PLANETS of $650 were added to the i I :
: :.underdogs in five games. the short but accurate punts, a Saturn, in southeast at mooruet. rated production and maintenance
CEDAR KEY TtOE' Jupiter. 'rises .............. 10:25 p.m. new budget request.MUNICIPAL I
"We play the toughest sched- combination similar to the UF'sBobby Thursday High af 10:30 a.m. Low Venus rises ;................. 3.02 a.m. employes at Chrysler. COURT Up I
: :ule in the Southeastern Conference Jo Green Jimmy Dunn I at 5:5 a.m. and 4:51 p.m.: Mars. between Venus and: the Twins. Agreement since has been II
$680'from this year's $12,720 to I I
: -, ," Graves said. combination In 1959. worked out regarding parts
a recommended total of
Five $13,400,,
Day Forecast, depot workers.
including a $300 salary increase

:: More About Douglas Fraser, UAW Chrys- already set by the city com.
.. Temperatures are expected to average 86 to 90. Rainfall is ex ler department chief, served mission. .'

average near the season normal pected to average one inch, notice Tuesday that some 7,000 I PLANNING DEPARTMENT
over the next five days. The nor salaried office and engineering Up $6,220 from this year's
i College mal low is 68 to 74 .Highs should with some local variations. :
personnel represented by the $66,150 to a recommended total I
union would walk out on Chrys. of $72,370. Includes salary increaseS'
ler Friday at 10 a.m. unless for assistant planners

From Page 1 ibtt'uartt agreement came by then on a a secretary, draftsmen and i

:: Johnson, retired university pro ational education out the win. flee equipment and travel. I
:: fessor. low. That is completely wrong. Tne union source conceded POLICE DEPARTMENT I
:: "we,, have nnlv thrp fifth. !( nf a_ -
Joiner later
The protest by and There is plenty of evid t
e n c e ----- -- ---- -- -- -- Jp $42,955 from this year's :
:: objections by Supt. Manning 11at the community junior col- JAMES GRAHAM ness. national agreement at,Chrysler,I. 502,792 to a commended
'S failed to deter the board from ege is capable of carrying out MICANOPY James Hoyt Born in Lake City, he livedin but it covers the vast majority."
Graham, 63, died Tuesday nightat I Gainesville since 1951. 1545,747 total. This includes theK.9
:: its decision. A motion by Wil- )oth general post-high school
.. Alachua General Hospital. I Survivors include his widow, The UAW has some 67,000 corps appropriation and
lard Williams to accept the education as well as vocational
Arrangements will be an- Mrs. Lottie members employed in production six additional policemen.
:: committee's recommendat technical training Noegel; a daugh-
programs. nounced by Williams Thomas ter, Mrs. Mary Gail Cribbs,. maintenance and parts at FIRE DEPARTMENT Up
for immediate At
:: calling an juniorS one point in the discussions from
Funeral Home. Chrysler. 72,720 this year's $375,733 rI
college survey quickly received Manning interruptedto i Gainesville; two sons, Larry
t o a recommended
:: the unanimous vote of the four cross examine Turlington Edward Noegel, Gainesville; Office and engineering personnel ,

.: board members present. then Cross, asking if they were:, JOAN BARRINGTON' and Charles Taylor Xoeg e 1, were reported dissatisfied -This b hired includes Jan.12 1 new for firemen tin toe

:: One member, Dale Smith of completely abandoning the area; MELROSE The 17 year- Tallahassee; three gr?nachil- l with vacation pay allowances number four fire station. new
old of Mr. and dren four brothers : '
:: High Springs, was absent. vocational school. granddaughter George, pay inequities, retraining '
.. Bishop made the vocational Manning insisted if the board Mrs. B. A. Barrington fcr. 01Melrose. and John; both of Jacksonville programs and, .nonuniformscheduling

:: committee's report to the board. voted for:laijunior college sifce- died, Monday in MountPleasant'S. Albert;' NiqFort Myers-; and of days off, among Mrs. Bethea :

,It recommended the Juhfor'col' l Iy ft was wasting in also C. Page-Jasper; other things. :
::. money
Graveside services for Joan Six sisters, Mrs. Van H. Amends Suit ;
.1' lege survey and a survey to determine -calling for a study of voca- Ford interrupted f'I
Priest Madison negotiations were
will be Mrs.
Barrington Thursdayat ; P. C.
educational ional ;
::T vocational education. The superintendent SunAn '
for five hours Against
::: 4:30 p.m. at Ochwilk Cemetery. Wilkins, Monticello; Mrs. Wesley -
needs of high school dropouts said each will
survey l Platt, Miami; Mrs. W. H. a wildcat strike promoted by;
:'.. .and adults. cost about $500. She is survived by her parents Harper, Poland, Ga.; Mrs. tool and die workers in the attorney for Mrs. Alma K. : i

:;- But, Bishop, said, this is only "Three years ago we started Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Bar. Bert Stokes, Atlanta; and Mrs. company's huge Rouge complexin : Bethea, supervisor of registration -
a I an interim report and more banning for. an area school," rington Jr., Mount Plea sant; F. W. Noegel, Augusta. i suburban Dearborn. The has filed an amended I ; ,
::'..: information will be needed before Manning said to Turlingt o n. a brother, Charles; two sisters Jones Johnson Funeral company abruptly broke 'of I complaint in the 8th Judicial I ] ; '

... the committee can make its "Are you saying now there is Beverly and,Dorothy; and Home is in charge of local bargaining and refused to re Circuit in her $1 million 'I I bel] : "

:: final report. I' absolutely no chance for the her grandparents. I arrangements. Burial will ben sume until workers were back: suit against the Gain sv 111 e L

:: He said the committee still area school and we should drop Williams-Thomas F u n e ral i Madison. on the job.Reuther. Sun.Mrs.

.. needs to consult with State Department the idea 1"Turlington Home is in charge of arrange ,and Malcolm Denise,, Bethea contends she was
:: of Education experts, answered he ments. Ford vice president and labor Injured by an editorial March un]
.. University of Florida personnel wasn't dropping the idea of a More About relations chief, earlier had I Ir 22 concerning election proce I] I

:: local business and indus- vocational school in some form, CHARLES NOEGEL expressed optimism that a new dures. In the new complaint p 1LI

:: trial leaders and lay groups but the area vocational technical Services for Charles Adolph agreement could be reached I the attorney alleges the Sun I I

:: interested in education. school will not qualify for Noegel, 58, of 36 SW 25th St., Johnson quickly on Ford's offer to mate! displayed malice in pUblishIng ,:
Before making a final decision more than the Chrysler economic the editorial.
:: $400 per teacher in will be Thursday, at 10 a.m. at package
:: Bishop said, the bOard I capital outlay whereas a junIor the Wilkins Funeral Home chapel But after the interruption and I Her original suit was dismissed I I I

:: should wait for the release of college would be paid for in Monticello.He From Page 1 a night session, Reuther said, Friday by Circuit Judge )
.. the Florida Study of Vocation- entirely from state funds.A "we are a considerable distance t John A. H. Murphree, who rued ,
:: al-Technical Education (Dr delegation from the Gainesville was assistant supervisor. There were Indications that if r apart on basic non-economic: the complaint failed to state: :
of control at the University
:: Doak Campbell's Report) and I Auto Dealers Association' pest of Florida. He died Tues. he has to choose, Johnson would I issues," and added: "We still 1 cause of action.Mexico I i

:: for the 1963 Federal Education in the audience also urged the: day afternoon at Alachua Gen. prefer the $1 billion aid pro could have a strike (at Ford:) : :

:: Bill to be implemented. board to do something about, eral after short ill- gram for 11, states touched by unless we get what we thin Fete
.,. Sen. Cross said he: had worked training more mechanics.One Hospital a : the Appalachian ranges where we're entitled to on non-econom :
:: for the area vocatio n a I 1 I there are areas of deep econom ic issues."
.. spokesman said there is MEXICO CITY (AP) With
is still
and he
school, sympathetic ic distress.
not an auto shop in town thatisn't 3 Counties the traditional shout of liberty :
: to the idea. But he said I Johnson, who toured
at least 30 per cent under. some of More AboutResigns from a balcony of the National]I
he now believes the junior: college the
areas earlier
,: in the
staffed in mechanics.Mrs. year, Palace, President Adolfo Lopez: :
can do a better job. made some firm
promises that
Talk Over Mateos
Tuesday night
Glen Hoffman opened t
"It boils down to practical- a mem he would act to aid them. He Mexico's annual observance
fies," Cross said. "At one tim ber of the education committee stands to lose face and votes Independence of

: I thought technical education I of the League of Women's Voters Jr. -'if that pledge goes unfilled. Day.

under a junior college would I I said they had observed the Colleges The Appalachian bill, however

not get the emphasis it needs situation for a year. is stuck behind the bogged From Page 1 )

-: But now I am convinced a good I I "We feel there is a real need I TALLAHASSEE (APThreenorth down foreign aid measure. o Martin ;:

.: administration could set up an for a depth survey of vocational Florida counties wen t Senate Republican leader Ever Hall. However, they are known /
.: effective technical education de education in this county," back to talks about the location ett M. Dirksen has offered a,: to have been concerned, especially
partment in a junior coll ge-, she said. of a proposed tricounty. junior rider to the aid bill to stay for a after having to put 0 u ti

one that could meet the needsof Joiner said he had no ob college Tuesday after Board the denied StateJunior year or more court-ordered i thousands of dollars to defend. COIn
: the the actions of the
reapportionment of both housesof .
jection to the junior college
as; initial request.
Sen. Cross said he felt Ala supervisor.
:: long as it filled the needs of state legislatures on a population I.
:: chua County would get far moresupport all The counties-Leon, W akulfe basis. The association's board of By NORM LaCOE '

:: in Tallahassee if it ask: students. i and Gadsden-told the boar I Senate liberals, directed by directors decided their attorney Sun Staff WriterCLEARWATER I I

.. ed for a junior college instea I "However," said Joiner, who I they had completed a study oi Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey:, should not be involved in any Sid Mar

:: of the area school. takes office in January as a I the tricounty area and concluded J 0 h n son'sicepresidential suit against county officials, and tin, Alachua County ccmmis- ) I

:: "Something to get a survey r School Board member, "from I that a junior college was running mate, lost 42 to 40 an: accepted Hall's resignation.Both sioner, holds office tooay as
.. started this month must b e what I have read, the junior needed. But they disagreed ota I attempt to substitute a compromise I. Alachua and Levy coun- vice president of the Stete As- !

:: done he said, "otherwise we college is moving out from local site. Tuesday. It would have ties hold seats on the board. sociation of County Commissioners

: could be too late." control. Also I don't believe Leon County said the college advised the courts to give ade Hall contended first that his in its 35th anniversary con- I

:: Turlington also asked for they have provisions for should be just west of Tallahassee quate time for reapportionmentbut actions were not a conflict of vention here this week.
action. training undergraduates." on 115 acres of an aban i
quick Martin was elected
:: would not have attempted to loyalties. to the
:: "When we go before the leg The survey is expected to doned city airport.But compel them to do so. However, he resigned to avoId post during voting Tuesday, and
:: islature we will need well docu take about three months to be Gadsden County officials a showdown fight to oust him. was to be installed Tuesday It
.. mented studies. Otherwise we completed. I! argued that the proposed college He night in annual banquet cere-
actually was placed on
::I will not qualify for any priori, When it is finished, it will be' should be built 'within Gadsden More About what the SACC called "emeri- monies by Stephen C. O'Con- i ,
'ties." submitted to the State Depart: County. Wakulla County officials tus" status. This' heno nell justice of the Florida Supreme I I
:: Turlington said one of the ment of Education with a re argued that the proposes will means Court. I
paid, and will
:; troubles in past discussions was college should be built within ArrestFrom Edgar Johnson also
: quest for a priority in the next not the a member -
.. over the name of the post-high! legislature. Gadsden County. Wakulla County represent state association -' of Alachua's fve; -. man

::; school two year Institutiers.S. If the State Department of officials did not appear be unless called on to do so In I' board, was elected and installed ; !
a specific case if ever. .
fore the board. 1
"Every time some people Education authorizes a high Page as a member of the. boardof I ,
His primary job for the state : I
::I hear the words junior college the The board told the counties: trustees.
priority, 1965 islature !
:: they think you have thrown vo- could leg that there appeared to be a Assistant State Atty. Mack] association was to. lobby .. appropriate planning need for the proposed tricounty Futch also refused to link the bi-annual sessions of the; the Alachua County Commission -.
money this spring. junior college but that the coun suspect with past attacks.'Anything state legislature, using his influence in 1956 and.was reelect- '
: Monorail Opens State education officials, including ties would have to settle the this office could say and friendships to secure I ed in 1969 and 1964. ,
State Supt. of Educa site their and passage of bills which th e I
dispute on own now would be pure speculation As a candidate seeking the office :
:. TOKYO (AP) An 8.2-mile tion Thomas D. Bailey and Dr. return to the board with a rec I don't feel it's. ethically proper SACC considered vital. the first time, he becamea I I
: monorail between Tokyo's! James Wattenbarger o f t h eState ommendation.The to comment at this time," he Hall is a prominent Tallahassee champion for improvementsof i

.. International Airport and the Division -of Junior Cot board also gave permis added. attorney. He is vice chairman the old Alachua General I 'j ;

:. city was inaugurated today. The 1 ''eges, have said they believe sion to Seminole County to con Both Crevasse and Futch of the state bar committee Hospital, which since have become I j 1 1 ,
double-track system is expectecto (I I Alachua and Bradford Counties duct a feasibility survey to de agreed investigation of the ser- concerned with choosing reality.As i

:: carry 30,000 persons daily I together have a very high termine whether a junior col: I icj of summer assaults will con judges, setting terms of service vice president J : t

and make the trip in 15,minutes potential for a junior college. lege was needed there. I tinue. and salaries. the SACC, he is expected to j jr t

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II.Ik IkM i i4 : Political History of South- Viet. Namf p

r J ;, .NtwVnrk trimtsii ment had*come too late. For I
I I I while it was hailed in the nation's -
NEW YORKThe recent Several Riots and Plots 1
Covering Regimes Coups universities and
4)) ......-* history'of South Viet Nam has pagodas -
as a victory, it could not
j seen government crises plots prevent Buddhist and Roman

_... and_'counterplots overshadow in the war against the Viet Cong But this was not enough to guar- Hoar one of its leaders resigned the' presidency of< South VietNam I Catholic mobs from battlingone
the .war effort. against the Commtmist' another.
I guerrillas. antee his popularity.Firm as a deputy premier.By
guerrillas. Minh was quickly projectedinto government brought I t, July, the war against the In assuming. the new post, When order was restored I
Even the surface rlability disappeared pre eminence. Though Viet Cong had taken a turn for Khanh reorganized the government by paratroopers and the soundsof
memories of the hated Diem re-
from the government indifferent to policies, the gen- gime. Khanh was accused of the worse. Military progress in further consolidating and skirmishing had faded, 1 I ION
; with the tall of President Ngo eral was being called the coun- having been close to Diem. the field was all but wired out tightening his power. Nguyen Xuan Oanh, a civilian,
i Dinh Diem.Nov. 2, 1963. try's new strongman by a Viet Cong offensive before The country's student and was installed as acting pre-
With power in the hands of Within two weeks- of his ac- the rainy season. Buddhist leaders, unconvinced mier.
t The Diem government an autocratic Minh and a junta, a provisional 'cession to power, Khanb announced This and the break with Dai by the general's denials of die The new provisional premier
't rule, that had aroused government was established his intention to rely Viet fanned the coup rumors' tatorial aspirations, i n creased announced that his pred-
the hatred of 'the nation'sBuddhists heavily on civilian politicians, of the Saigon their ecessor had suffered a physical -
under Premier Nguyen N go c that are always part protests and once a gain
i was toppled in a military Tho a civilian. representatives of naticnali s t political scene. Khanh feared took to the streets, crying. "mil and mental breakdown. ALL BRANDSFIVE
uprising at the chrrax of The general was to lead his political parties that had been for his government.When itary dictatorship!" Meanwhile American officials -
\I half a year of demonstrations. nation for only three months.. banned under Diem.. the war took a dramaticturn The Buddhist role in me protest continued to regard
1 I That coup ended with the execution On Jan. 30 his government fell This policy of obtaining diver- 'with the North Vietnamese I arose from the desre of Khanh as the leader most ca-
It of Diem and his brother to Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh, in gent views was viewed in some attacks on two United:Buddhist leaders for a reduction pable of lifting South Viet Nam
\ and chief adviser, Ngo Din a smoothly executed bloodless quarters as disastrous for a di- States destroyers and the Amer- I in Catholic control in the poli- from chaos. '

Nhu, who' controlled the loathed coup. Khanh's concern was that vided and besieged country.In ican counterblow, Khanh moved tical life of the country. On Aug. 31, UJ5. Ambassador FLAGSVODKA* I I
I police apparatus. The Ngo family the easy going Minh was let April, sensing a threat to quickly. He declared a state of I When the tide of protests Maxwell Taylor met 'with .
t was Roman Catholic. ting the anti Communist 'war his power, Khanh began purg- emergency and seized near-dic- mounted to a point where para- Khanh in Dalat, the mountain 2 59
1 .. The upriging that ended nine effort slide. ing his government of membersof !tatorial powers. troops had to intervene, Khanh retreat where he was'resting.
years of rule by Diem and his Though he kept power firmly the Dai Viet, a rightist political -. That was on Aug. 7, Nine yielded. On Aug. 27 a bargainwas The ambassador reportedthat 80 proof .
I .. family was engineered by Maj. in his hands as premier, Khanh movement. The break be- days later, in the face of mount- struck, under which the he had found '''the general
I Gen. Duong Van Minh, a national -sought to utilize Minh's popular. tween him and the party became ing protests against the emergency general agreed to step clown as rested and recovered from his
,j hero revered for k!s roleSCHRODER ity by naming him chief of state. final when Nguyen Ton ; decrees, Khanh assumed president but remain as pre- heavy workload, and he said he

meir. The agreement ako call- ,expected Khanh to return to
r ed for Minh to return from re- ,Saigon a n a resume the; pre- :,
Home He'll tirement. miership within a few days. HAIG & HAIG
Says Resign
With Khanh and Lt. G e n. Three days' later, after hints
Tran[ Thein Khilm, Minh would that the U.S. might use aidas
'IX lead the country in a trium- a lever in his favor. Khanh -,

Chair If Dems Demand It virate. Their main task wouldbe did return. He took over FIVESTAR .
; 4\ to call an assembly within the premiership from Oanh,
two months, to set up new in- dissolved the triumvirate and
1tAq stitutions.But restored Minh to the position of
TAMPA (AP) House Speaker -" tial candidate Barry Goldwater,t j Home introduced Goldwater
the chief of state
Mallory Home, under fire: says he will resign if the majority here Tuesday during, the GOP!
from fellow Democrats for his: of Democrats are againsthim. candidate's' three-stop speaking

support of Republican Presiden-, tour of Florida. ,


Tile at Hospital Tallahassee The Democratic says he lawyer is willing from to I t
s I
be called a political traitor in $4.89KENTUCKY
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his support of Goldwater."It 1

has been my unhappy fIs
That Way' AgainIt's plight to see the, very concept Ion '1
which our country was founded :

destroyed, and that is, that
the same ol tune with Last year $1,742 was spent for ours is a nation of law and not
HospitalInsurance another verse added at Alach- the same purpose. Earlier this of men," Home said. ? fii'
ja General Hospital: the kitchn year ,the eruptions cost $1,623. 8
floor tile has erupted again. That puts the kitchen fioor bill He told an airport crowd he GENTLEMAN I
doubted that nation
this will'ever
'" This time, Administrator Ed- past the $5,000 mark now. -
again find a man like Gold-
ward H. Clarkson told hospital '
In other business water who is 6 YEAR OLD
trustees at their monthly meet- : "willing to gamblehis
Topic of Talk !ing Tuesday afternoon, the cost Clarkson said the new psy. political career on a stand
will be $2,000 to $2.500 to replace chiatric unit will cost $05,000, for constitutional conservatism.
.. $20,000 more than first expected. .
the tile. 3.2.9
The relationship between Blue ] Goldwater later praised Home TARDY DOLLARS
Cross' voluntary hospital insurance for "a rare display of political
.. The trustees decided to
l and the health prob- courage.1tHome LOSE EARNINGSHurry
carpeting instead of tile
lems of Floridians will be de- SanctuaiySought vinyl
scribed here Thursday by H. in the psychiatric unit. said Florida young 5TH
A. Schroder, executive director I A motion to shift financial Democrats urged his resignationFor hurry, get a FREE
For :responsibility for the hospital'smedical his of Goldwater.
; of the-"state's Blue Cross- support 21 days earnings!
Blue,Shield plan.. library from staff doctors Later, in Fort Lauderdale, the
I to the hospital itself was ta- Broward Democratic Ex-
,, Schroder, who has headed the Frail Plant bled for further study. ecutive Committee County also called Savings' in by the 21st GuckenheimerReserve I
Blue Cross Blue
Florida -
Clarkson from the 1st
was arpointed for Home's resignation.Home earn .
Shield plans for 18 years will
voting representative to thisrear's
address a 3:30 p.m. management said the Democrats -
annual Blue Cross of young
seminar held for Univer- ia! was asked to provide a sanctuary Florida planned to carry their "
j for meeting. First Federal
a frail little plant that
sity of Florida hospital person- Th. fincial statement for ouster move to the Democraticcaucus :
be the ancestor
I might to all
nel in Gainesville. He is from in October."If .
August showed 16 cent in-
]modern land plants. a per savings & loan association
Jacksonville.He will discuss the This living fossil plant, called crease in gross revenue from a majority of the Democratic 4. ., GaJawrilJe
ittplica- patient care over the same per- ..... HUttO MHM So\-.ua toreufCNauar
'silotum, is found hammocksin
on members of the house MWI HBOAI MOM LOAM MM tmo24f
.tions-othe wide spread use : iod say
: Florida. These hammocksare last year compared to a 6% W.%UNYEUITY AYt.AT 310.No W.13TH ST.AND 41H AVLSure.You've .P17,S Ielg6Mae
.' of voluntary hospital and med per cent increase in operating that I shouldn't serve, I'll makeno
slightly elevated ridges on
ical insurance in over all which' the vegetation is markedly expenses. There was a net gainof attempt to take the chair," I $3.19
and welfare in
planning 12702.23' for the month. he said.
different from the surrounding
.. the state. 5TH
The seminar is first in a series areas.A
of all programs planned to group of biology teachers
give University of Florida hos- 'asked the Florida Outdoor Rec- 1
pital personnel insight into reational Planning Council to Seen Stainless Tableware
statewide and national hospital buy 15 acres of hammock landat
and health administration Melbourne Village so that it SPECIAL
planning. would school be students.available for study by But Not International Stainless Tableware

Governor Race tabs Among little other Psilotum growth, a it plant con- At This Low Price From GORDON'S! TouMoone

that was believed to have grownin .g9
In WashingtonSEATTLE the sea until it led a plant

march to land 350 million years _...s .. tMJOY

(AP) Gov. Al- 8 DINNER FORKS ... -. -- / MOORE
ago.Only ::: '''
o bert D. Rosellini will face Daniel three species of it still -
J. Evans, House floor lead- exist, and.it grows in Florida, QUALITY
er in the, last, state legislature, only in Florida on the ham-
in November's gubernatorial mocks.
election. The Melbourne group led by r J'c e4
The Democratic governor, Mrs. Erna Nixon told the plan-
seeking an unprecedented ,third ning Council that the land would -. : --= r $
consecutive term was an easy cost $6,000 per acre.Stephen i J I CALVERT GIN
winner in Tuesday's primary,
turning back four contenders. Foster II I II
Evans, Seattle engineer de- I' Y Ij 90 PROOF

feated a former Richard Lutheran G.minister Christensen who PTA to Meet Complete 73PC! STAINLESS TABLEWARE FOR 8by I I

lost narrowly to veteran Sen. 16 TEASPOONS j
Warren G. Magnuson in 1962, The Stephen Foster PTA will the INTERNATIONAL SILVER COMPANY! I

for the Republican nomination. meet Thursday, at 7:30 p.m. w $2.99
Sen. Henry M Jackson won I Dr. William Wharton, Related mil Oteoinf Special I !
the Democratic Nomination for Community Service win be _' 8 SOUP SPOONS i 5th .
senator with ease. He will be the guest speaker. Open House AU 73 PIECES .- !
opposed by Lloyd J. Andrews, and refreshments will follow; the
former state superintendent of meeting. Everyone is invited to I I7i1IJIJ
public instruction, in November. attend. '


UF Has Record ONLY

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.. ;I ONLY '4 MONTHLY! I :

15,701 Enrolledpared I II I
FORK5 -v%
1 6 SALAD '
1 WTTli,IfNii'..
A a I
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The'University of Florida has with 5,741 for the last 1 EXTRAS: BOURBONS
enrolled a 'record 15,701 stu-,year and 1,993 in Graduate d :}eYNR YDDIrx I GINS 97C
'dents-for the fall trimester Registrar !School compared with 1,839 last e I BLENDS
.Richard S. Johnson announced fall trimester.The T-- ,, ,;4 ..iADttv I
tod y. student body consists of j
The burgeoning student population 10,964 men and 4,737 women stu- t imr- t uaaioo.e ji jj i NO LIMIT!
exceeds the 1500 predicted dents compared with 10,387 ; '- I
for the fall term'and totals men and 4,423 women last fall. ,. \liLlIIllith/ r. ., jI{ This Sale
almost 1,000 more students Enrollment breakdown by other .
than the 14,810 enrolled for the colleges are: Arts and Sci- I I seP.9fi9i6TheUfltversity

_-iame. period last year. ences-2,268; Education-1,416; v st [ -s 'teRMa81ro.1
The University, College,' com- Engineering 1,346; ,Busin ess I
posed of all freshman and sophomores Administration-787; Law o I
is *rowel ,a at'E:sPOOa 2 ri i anon,
continues to be the largest 589; Agriculture-471; Architecture $ Inn
college with 7.190 students, and Fine Arts 370; Jour i
registered, although the number -!nalism and Communications -
,a slight decrease -! Shopping Center
represents 287; Medicine 263; Pharmacy [
from the 7,230 for this -
-228; Nursing 153; Phy- G -q 1901 SW
time last year. Increases came 1222 NORTH MAIN STREET
in the upper level colleges sical Education and Health -V J E "WE L E R S Open ,., Monday tit,. Saturday Phona 376-844 J 13th STREET
and the-Graduate School with 149; Health Related Services 3 DAY WATCH REPAIR .SERVICE PHONE 2-6333
,11,518 "at.&&he'upPer level c o m4M 140; and Forestry-44. J I
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i Goldwater on the Draft

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.In his opening campaign speech, maintain military manpower by vol- A recent study of Goldwater ', '<;.T-. :

{ J Senator Barry Goldwater' said, "Re- untary enlistment. He should describe Republicans find the average 1 I

i publicans will end the draft alto-/ how he would institute a age around 42. These'

I tether, and as soon as possible! change in the military recruitment supporters the middle are- income principally group.in
,That. I promise you!" system, and he should present his They are 'described as having I :
t I views on the advantages and disad- their sights set on an affluent :

: President Johnson, commenting on vantages of such a change.Adla' position in -life the !I

: ( this feoldwater promise said in ef- country club, the summer tour ,
I" Stevenson in 1956 at least to Europe, the prestige college I
: feet that he though the draft should made I
a reasoned argument for con- for their children. !
t I not be a campaign issue. sidering an end of the draft., ,He Presently they ache. These COURT PHILOSOPHY

said that in the light of developmentof young middle age professional -

In the 1956 presidential campaign. new weapons and new tactics requiring or executive personsare ;
caught in the down The
I pay-
Adlai Stevenson suggested that the
specialized skills in ,
ment, mortgage and monthly. i
draft 'might be abandoned and discussed the military services, short-term ,installment routine. They J i

the reason why it might be service through the 'draft becoming (this ) have
was average group a Ntm Unrk.tHml'li! as "trespass" on the
done. His opponent in that campaign, obsolete. Since these trends house that is really a little By ARTHUR KROCK of the federal courts

5) President Eisenhower, took the same have 'continued in the last eight more than 'they should be 'WASHINGTON The pre- the division of powers in :
? position that President Johnson is carrying, but it is in a "de- Constitution; and
years, may well be that the case vailing philosophy of govern- '
:J taking today. He felt.that the issue for ending compulsory military serv- sirable" neighborhood where, ment in this country is that the proposal is in the
the values should increase.
.. of of the current Court.It of a "rider" on
\r. compulsory military service ice is stronger now. Stevenson said Supreme

;i' :' should not be brought into:the elec- he was raising the question for dis- THE DEDICATED Go 1 d- was most fully imposed in legiSlation-the bill-as brazenly foreign"

>T 11 tion campaign.It cussion and fresh consideration, implying water followers has on the av- last Reynolds June, and V. it Sims is this, decided: ;

of course that the Eisenhower erage, more children than he THE MORAL weight of
There is'a constitution
It seems to us that it makes a lot afford :
can and still attain his ,
o"J administration had not done so. He principle, even when it has final accusation
difference how the selective service dream of clubs and tours. He by the fact that Dirksen's
textual in the Constitution
did not promise an end to selective no support
issue is discussed. is in a monthly strain of ponents are using another
f or has deliberately
f service, as Goldwater has done.
meeting the installments
on islative "expedient" to
been omitted the framersof
If military recruitment is discussed this and that. When he by it.
starts vent direct vote
a on
'I Senator Goldwater is the articles, for the correc-
in full, with estimates of the cost, figuring on college costs tion, of national is a filibuster under the
or cure any
obligated to discuss
J the effects of compulsory service on the financial they seem beyond him unless social or political condition a tude granted

the quality of military personnel and problem of ending the draft, since he some miracle occurs. He is majority of the Supreme, oratory by Senate Rule !
and the Republican platform have so harassed by his 'predicament 'an ironical situation,
so on, we see no reason why it should Court may deem undesirable.And .
made he rationalizes it is un the liberals make an'
government spending such a when another federal
not be discussed. If candidates
big issue. The platform calls for a fair.So branch, with specified constitutional attempt to excise this I
the other hand to
merely promise
block to the
wrong as a
to act in
reduction of billion authority
$5 a in federal f
end the draft as a means of attract- year Why the government, of this area, has failed to do so, will of the majority. But
ing votes, without going into detailof expenditures. Goldwater also course. If it wasn't taking the Supreme Court has the other two grounds of t

the pros and cons of such a policy, has advocated more military spend- taxes to pay for space experiments implied power as well as the are in support of the

l' then we think such a proposal is to ing, not counting any additional cost for building new weap- clear .duty to take over the phy or government that
of a professional military establish- ons, for "all this foreignaid function. herent in such decisions I
be deplored. It is nothing but "loosetalk"
,f ment., and Social Security, for Reynolds v. Sims.
I which is the term President national defense, then we THE PENDING proposal This doctrine, in the

r : Eisenhower used with respect to So it would be interesting to hear could eliminate i income Sen. Dirksen but whose rejection ity of its application that

-Stevenson's: suggestion. Goldwater tell what government taxes" The 'average Gold- is strongly indicated gan with the public

services he would eliminate in orderto water man feels resentment.The is to defer the date of total anti segregation
: ZI Whether the United States main- government is what's conformity to the Supreme 1954, invests the
mains its military get the money for his defense Wrong that's Court, in effect, with :
manpower by competing what. If the Court's latest fiat of this nature
in the IabbfTnarket1andpaying -' ".proposals, inc he also.. proposes to federal government! didn't, requiring that the vot- ity to rewrite or amend
redueelricbme taxes 5 per cent a to help build of the districts Constitution on any (
high enough wages to attract pay highways, ing populations x"i, ::
for five to insur- which elect members of tation a majority may f i
|-j soldiers, or compels military serviceas year years-and he does not pay unemployment : ; :
believe in deficit financing. President ance, old age security and both branches of state legislatures desirable as public policy
at present, is an issue of great national Johnson said he had talked "all the socialistic stuff," shall be "as nearlyas the time. Although Article j
importance. It is an issue that to a then the wife wouldn't be so is practicable." The limits the court's appelate'
certainly should be debated publicly, member of one of the congressionalarmed petulant about the household purpose of the Dirksen isdiction by "such :
I services committees about a is allow suf- and such regulations as
and we see no reason why ,a presidential budget, the country club proposal to "
: election campaign should study being conducted on military would be easy, and the tripto ficientt time for Congress to Congress shall make,
recruitment and that he was told it Europe in sight for next submit to the states an this doctrine the court
not be good time to debate it.
a would cost "several billions to act summer. amendment to the Constitution only find a "constitut i o :
principle" in a case to
But because it is such a sensitive precipitously in this matter" af end- removing state reappor-
so" WHEN Senator Barry tionment from the jurisdiction its finding beyond the
-issue affecting so many families di- ing the draft.If Morris Goldwater talks about of the Supreme Court, of this clause. Therefore,

rectly, it lends itself to demagoguery Goldwater discusses the draftin cutting down on government and for its ratification or 'such instances, the

This is what should be kept out of spending but building up the rejection by the states.Dirksen's manifestly cannot
all its and
pros cons and presentshis is under attack "trespass" on the
:the campaign. Air Force; when he insists plan
reasons for urging that it be end- that we are spending too 'from Democratic liber- tional provinces of the

: Senator Goldwater can deflate any ed, he cannot be justly blamed for much ,abroad, but that w e als in the Senate on several two federal branches
:charge of demagoguery on the draft bringing the subject into the elec- ought to spend more to win grounds: As a threat to the the,'states. And opponents :
he could "independence of the courts;" sign the Dirksen rider to
-by explaining fully how tion campaign. the cold wars, and that people
out of work
are merely
lazy and no account, the

I And Goldwater AidSome contradictions don't co m_e
.on Foreign through Senator to Goldwater's them., Vtilt of the

of the strength of Senator Little Yemen has benefited by open-
ing speech was acclaimed ,by
Barry Goldwater's presidential campaign generous assistance from American his followers. Yet, if examined I

obviously springs from a tax- taxpayers, to the amount of $29 mil- it is a curious document.He I On The Sun's

payer revolt on foreign aid. lion, but has voted on our side only opened, as is the customin

once in eight times. politics, with a challengeto Opinions and comments of Sun readers arc welcome in
This has been building up for high ideals and an urgingto must be signed and bear the writer's address." Names will be
some time and found its response in Perhaps we should be grateful for follow men who lead with not exceed 500 wor1 and must be written on only one side o
letter -'short it,
Sun reserves the right to reject 0yr or to en
tie Republican platform, which that much, and if ,our financial assistance them presumably nominees intent. '

'pledged to recast the foreign aid had not been forthcoming, Goldwater and ,Miller. material adequately in
to that aid to But in this Prescott, Ari- Barry Bypasses
program see no goes all of them might now be found be- letter.
zona, speech, the Senator be-
support socialism or anti-American hind the Iron Curtain.No rated the Democrats for not States' FailingsEDITOR His view of the char
to the of of the conservative and
regimes; encourage use built
having more military Sun: The writer -
one can give that
more private capital in investments; answer for ''strength.. He promised more. has read carefully .the liberal are quite
sure. But the half-world in which He claims that
to oppose expropriation of American- so He since has been pledgingto "Conscience of a Conservative" !
owned property without .compensation many of these countries seek to greatly increase the Air In the Sun's reproduction tives are concerned
man's spiritual and m o
and to condition aid upon self- exist, accepting aid from whoever Force. and in the Hillman qualities and liberals
wants to give it and Book edition. In theea r
going their,own I
-help and development of free institu- his economic needs. T I
THESE ARE SERIOUS in- of it was reprinted -
tions. way, seems strangely incongruous ina publication meaning is at variance
.. world which is ever more divided consistencies but.it annoys six times and must thou long established -meaning: I

.. In other words, let's stop pouring between the free and the slave. the dedicated to have senator's them pointed followers sands.have It been must read'nave by contributed the term conservative. I i

'money down the drain, with nothingto much to the development sentially a conservative:

show for it. The foreign aid bill provides for, out.A high percentage of the of the local and state poses other changes things.and may

"soft loans" to needy countries for study taken of the Goldwater organizations that many
The history of our nit;>
Some of the countries receiving periods of 40 years at threefourthsof Goldwater supporters finds acted at the Republican con conservatives is a Ifr a

large handouts from American taxpayers one percent interest. But the money that many of them paid no vention. There is a :rumor mixture of great and
taxes until after the Second that a ghost writer preparedit I
are consistently voting, with that is so lent also must be bor- but that should not detract characters, easily !!
World War. have
They no understanding
ed. Likewise liberals
the Communists in the United Na- for ,
rowed by the federal from its content
government at of a depression
not all saints. Yet the
.tions.Z. around 4 per cent. Thus the taxpayers such as that of the 1930s. Barry Goldwater's author.name. is of concern in many j
attached as ,
Algeria for example, has received are again asked to pick up a tab They don't understand that Chapter 0 n e is Goldwa and spiritual values is, t
the national debt is what it is' ;
widely prevalent a m 0
.]: 94 million from the United States, ter's description of conservatives -
for "loans" well for
as as grants. two great wars and a third them. This also is e :!
3>ut in nine out of 12 key votes has the Korean,r- that was long and liberals. Chapter documented.In t

ppposed the position of this country This has disturbed some senators and expensive. They want the two of deals in with government the' can- chapter two, he
gers power
and voted with the Soviet Union. best for themselves and they
and congressmen. The people of
Chapter three ,with states' some of the well It n
want to be affluent and :
Ghana has received $159 million Alaska, trying to rebuild their economy they could if only the govern- rights. Four with civil, perils of power in :
rights. Five, with freedom
and has voted with the Soviet Un- shattered by an earthquake, are ment would stop collectingtaxes. ized government and
of the farmer. Six, freedomof a decrease in this :
ion and against the position of the being, offered government loans at' 3 labor. In seven he expounds tendency. He recognizes gi; : : ;

? JLJnited States eight out of 14 times. per cent. This sort of attitude findsit views on taxes and claim of lack of'action ? : :

easy to criticize the federal spending (later_ added to in cause- when left to local >>
; India, staggering down the'road government; to believe that his speeches: In he
'It is time to measure on more ) eight, state government but
to socialism, has received $4.5 billion people ,who_ are. out' of work hammers at the'wet far e that to increase in .

Y -and its votes on the same key is- practical terms, what foreign' aid has ,are that way because they state. Nine, he has some Many will not accept t

sues have been.half with the United, bought the United States, in the extension ,are, lazy,, and that Senator ideas, about' education, and .view and continue to ;

States, and half with the Commu- of freedom ,and in the!;se-,:.., Goldwater will abolish meanold"Washington' :in Ten he deals with the under the "laws delay" 1 :
if be "
gets Soviet menace :It is quite 'the''powerful''prejudi
,=fiists. curity'of the'United States. elected. impossible to deal with this of action of many state


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Wednesday September 16, 1964 Gainesville Sun ; SOLD

iR: Insurance....- No Help... for Flood Damage- I SEAGRAM'S WHITEHEAVEN

4 Area homeowners whose Insurance Agents, said Insur- would buy flood insurance. Cer Edmonson pointed out all other -r EXTRA DRYMORSE _
1 hoUses were,damaged by flood ance companies have ben try- tainly persons living on hills: forms of natural damage, GIN e- IMP. SCOTCH
1 wateixjrom, Hurricane D or a ing for years to figure out a way wouldn't. such as wind and rain, can be HILL BK .
are plumb out of luck ss far as .
i'. insurance ,payoffs &re concern-' to provide flood coverage, but "Consequently, there just covered. Principal damage in MR. BOSTON LORDCALVERT ..n
have come up with no feasible hasn't been an economically the Gainesville area was due 100 PROOF 86 s
ecLThere's feasible way found to providethis coverable however tJi PINCH 1 n ..
t not an insurance policyto -,solutions. to non- flooding Bottled in Bond PROOF
: be bought that covers I "Insurance is based on large type coverage. 'j IMP. CANADIANi
damage due to' rising cr flood numbers of people paying for He said even the Federal "Insurance people don't like it ----= -
waters. I the risks of a few," Edmonson government has made exhaus- anymore than anyone else," 299 -=
, .' Mickey Edmonson, president i explained. "Its obvious people tive studies of the situation but Edmonson added, "but there's 3695TH 499 4 Y
f of the Gainesville Association off I living in only low lying areas has drawn blanks. simply nothing we can do." : CASE CASE
43.95 REG. 4.65 CASE 35.V* 59.75

N. Y. Integration Few Claims for InsuranceIn SAVE THE UNITED WAY

itt Is Going Ahead Gainesville Area SeenInsurance

\'c payoffs in the Edwin Larsen state comptroller !
NEW YORK (AP) The[day but absences dropped from,Gainesville area may be Sur- and insurance examiner, 86 PROOF BLEND 7 CROWN BLEND t
two-day white boycott of New 275,638 to 233,306. Normal daily'prisingly few due to the fact said several hundred adjusters KENTUCKY SMIRNOFF
York's public schools will haveno ,absenteeism in the million-pupil damage from flood waters is not have been called into the,state GLENMOREGIN TAVERN VODKA Bacardi/ Rum
effect on the integration I system is 100,000. M KY. ST. BOURB Full
coverable. and are now working chiefly in Full 4 Aq LIGHT or DARK
: school .
program says I 499 Quart
Police reported pickets at 194 the Miami area. He said claim
Calvin E. Gross. 'schools, compared to 150 on I A spot check of the area's in- 90 PROOF Quart OLD CROW
"We are going ahead with our processing began hi Jackson- Four Roses
Monday, a gray, chilly day. surance agencies reveals that RELSKAVODKA Carioca Rum M* BLEND KY.STR. BOURBON ,uQ.IDj
plans without the slightest ville and other northern portionsof
; change," he said Tuesday, Leaders or the two virtually'probably not more than 200 the state this past weekend. LIGHT OR DAtfk Full. 4 69 Full FOUR ROSES *-* -
claims .
will be off.
paid Agencies QuartGILBEY'S
second and final day of the i all-white parent groups that .77 86 BLENDCALVERT
I demonstration against forced sponsored the boycott said they are reporting legi'im' ate He said the National Board of P. M. Quart r
: busing of pupils to improve were pleased by the outcome. claims "very few" to "very Fire Underwriters, which banFlorida's-I BLEND Early Times EXTRA --p-
racial balance in the schools. light" to "surprisingly small." dles more than half of KY. ST. BOUR. GIN 95 -
t Gross said the boycott would They against have integration said they, but are only not'. Legitimate claims are t h ose home insurance business, has! 3 5THS 895 4 99 Full 3.99 Full 3 5ths 10 CASE
about .
cost the school system which caused from blow-
against methods that tend to were estimated its claims at 160-70 .Quart Quart 43.75
1 $1.6 million in future state aid, destroy the neighborhoodschoolconcept ,ing wind or rain and are over million alone.According .
which is computed on attendance $100 or more. This $100 deductible -
'I figures. clause is included in m o st to local insurance FREE From 9 .
There were more parents Rosemary Gunning, chairmanof Florida home insurance poli- officials total claim figures for Home Delivery PHONE 3769960JONNNIER
picketing Tuesday than Mon- the Parents and Taxpayers cies because of a prohibitive the Gainesville area will not be
Coordinating Council, said the!price if it were not. available for about month..
council would now seek a state
GENESYSStart law to define the neighborhoodschool KENTUCKY Yellowstone
i and assure its existence.She GET THE BEST PRICEYOU BEAU
IsPostponed also said parents of chil- '
dren who havebeen, involuntarily 86 PROOF KY.STR. BOUR.
transferred should not send CAN FIND -.- KENTUCKY ST. BRB.
,the children to school until they 'MPORTEDSCOTCH, OLD

Ground breaking ceremonies i are hood returned schools. to their neighbor- THEN SEE US ANDYOU'LL i .. J & B Rare SunnybrookBLEND or BOURBON SJ' HICKORY

for the central GENESYS facil-
There is no legal segregationin
ity at Cape Kennedy have been New York, but racial pat- Old Parr ANTIQUE 10 YEARS OLD
1 re-scheduled for Oct. 19, Dr. terns in housing have made
John L. Hummer, Systems Di- some schools nearly all-Negro: BUY L fi=
rector of GENESYS announced and others nearly all-white. 3
599CASE 3 5THS 1050CASE
today. Negro children make up just I Ii CASE 5TH
Originally scheduled for Sept. over a quarter of ,the school at 68.95 47.75
10, the ceremonies were cancel- system enrollment.
led because of hurricane Dora. i
Dr. Hummer said the same The most controversial part of
scheduled activities, originally the Board of Education's integration The Furniture Manufacturers You always SAVE MORE at .
7 slated for Sept. 10, will be con- plan is the pairing of
ducted on the new date. four largely Negro schools with
Ground breaking for the Or- four nearby schools that are AMPLE HOUSSouth f
lando GENESYS center was largely white. Pupils attend FOR 25 YEARS
held yesterday. Ceremonies at some grades in one of the
i the Daytona Beach site are paired schools and the rest in Main St. at S.W. 13th St.nrCOSrSAuch .
t scheduled for Sept. 25. the other school.

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Honoring Bishop, James W. Hostesses for- the receptionwill I; ,-
l' THE TODAY, September 16
f ffflIL Y YRuth Henley and Mrs. Henley o f be members 0 f the -
Tea honor g. Mrs. John Lakeland, a reception is plan Woman's Society of Christian
Scarritt, recent bride, 4 to 6 ned Saturday evening by members Service headed by Mrs. Thomas THE STORE WITH MORE .
of the Wesley Foundationand Elfe GAINESVILLE _SHOPPING CENTER =
I Weimer-Women's Editor p.m., Mrs. William A. Pepper president.All w
the University Methodist :>,:> 302 NORTH MAIN STREET
Jr., mother of the bride- church members and
l groom, Gainesville Golf and Church. friends of Bishop and Mrs.
HardenCaputo. Country Club.THURSDAY The reception, scheduled Henley are invited to attend. if r y .": .
from 8 to 9:30 will be held ". .
I ROLLA, MO.Dr.. and Mrs. 3i "rwuwaw.J September 17 i nth e Wesley Foundation The Henleys, who will arrive '<<1 HOURS: 10: A.M.-9: P.M. USE YOUR CHARGE OR OUR LAYAWAY .'
I Richard C. Harden of R o lla, Lounge. late Friday evening, are com- :
Mo., announce the engagementof Coke party honoring Mi ss i ng particularly to attend the l! SPECIAL SALE .
their daughter, Miss Janet Martha Jane Edwards of Irvine Saturday Florida-SMU football :
Noreen Harden, to Eugene An- bride elect of Doug PresbyteriansList game as guests of President J. SEPTEMBER 17
i.i thony Caputo, son of Mr. and Davis, Valdosta, Ga., 10:30to : SupperFirst Wayne Reitz and Mrs. Reitz. I thru SEPTEMBER 26
i Mrs. Anthony J. Caputo of 12:30 pm. Mrs. Spurgeon ,
Cherry and Mrs. Percy Presbyterian Church 1..1
Gainesville, Fla. ; %
t ,will have its
. Beard at the former's home, Family Night
The bride !
elect was graduated
Supper of the fall
.2203 NW Ninth Place. Wednesdayat
I from Rolla High School ,6:30 PM, in the Fellowship .I
and attended the University of FRIDAY, September 18 HalL !... I
I Missouri. She was a member This
occasion, which will '
: Coffee feting Miss Edwinna :.k:.,,.:>,<
of Future Homemakers of \ honor all new members. F o 1- I::>:
America and Senior Girl Murphey fiancee of Verle y I J
| lowing the supper, a movie,
J. Spivey of Jacksonv i I Ie t
Scouts of America. \ i "Williamsburg-the Story of Shed "
10 Mrs. Frank Lee a 1
a.m. ,
The bridegroom elect was Ocala Road.SATURDAY Patriot, will be shown. Does I
graduated from Gainesville r ,r l All families of the Church Look t
High School and attended CenJ J September 19 and congregation and their I Like A I: .
tral Florida Junior College. j riends are invited to attend. I In. ''kJ LivingDoll t
I The wedding will be an event { Wedding of Miss Linda .. :
of October 10 at St. Augustine's "'"N F. Marie Kirkpatrick, daughterof .. L---oJ -.- /f ; Until i ,i $ I2Y ,,
I Chapel in Gainesville. Miss Janet Noreen Harden Mr. and Mrs. e Wendell L. ; ) ery thought you get for a real perfect closeup.grooming Ev : Jii! ..ffi1j
Kilpatrick, and Kenneth C. r.NANCY JANE i is considered except that one
C thing that counts most thick
of Mr. and Mrs.
4* School of Dance heavy smudges that can't possiblybe
Plans Berl C. Winters, 10 a.m., ) hidden with make-op !
Wedding Ion[ a Chapel of the First }/ 207N.Lh your don't appearance.let unwanted it can hair be spoil re- I .fi1j;
Presbyterian Church. St. moved permanently with electro- :\
J: 372-2589 lysis. .1I
Rehearsal dinner for Miss V -- Call for an appointment today. :! r y
I Free booklet on request. l'l'i
Announced TodayLaCROSSE Linda Register and their son, 'N TAP BALLET, TOE, EDMUNDDWYER !i .'. Z '!h \
I Herbert Silber, 6:30: p.m., Mr. I ACROBATICS JAZZ, : :
: and Mrs. Jack Silber and also TWIRLING :
-Plans are announced ter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Reg Miss Celia Ann Silver, Wo 1BATON ; -107 W.ELECTROLOGIST Univ. FR 2-8039 :6:: ,
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today for the weddingof ister, and Herbert Silber, son man's Club of High Springs. I
Miss; Linda Register, daugh of Mr and Mrs. Jack Silber
High Springs.The ::4 r t ? {

:"UF wedding will be an eventof I The Hurricane 4
BusFaculty Ad
Sunday, September 20, at 4 /Jl llJ1J.4After i'
Wives p.m., in the Antioch Baptist \:4\ : k
Church of LaCrosse. (2wvv CLEAN-UP SALEAll 1.2 R.'t''
Plan .
Party Attending the bride will be r
Miss Patsy Moody, maid of
12:30 Thursday: p.m., from UF Business 10 a.m. Administration to honor. J *$ %$jj \ C 4j F I IwgJ.
Bridesmatrons will be SummerDRESSES :::: : % .
Mrs.F. !r1 i.Ef >
will have a Coke Faculty and sw wives im- L. Swartz of Cocoa, Mrs. C. "t."X-4M"'tI'!.1":1'; 1'' j
ming party at the home of Mrs. F. Parker, Green Cove Springs/ /2 PRICE ; ti !
and Mrs. 0. I !
Robert S. Cline, 2001 NW 31st A. Register Jr. of Good Selection *': ':":': : ':'':':'':':'':':' .'j:.

Terrace. Alachua be Miss,Celia and Ann bridesmaid Silber of will Satellite I' j Ill''I:
The event is planned as a Beach. Il I ti. ; li

"get acquainted" party for Jack Silber of Satellite .......... .. ......'. '.. ..'''.,...
for new and old faculty. wivesin Beach k
the college. will be best man. Ushers are toe I .1"
Mrs. Cline and Mrs. WilliamM. ) David Hollingsworth, Higb i !; ;T:7:
Fox are to be hostesses for Springs; 0. A. Register Jr.,
the morning. A/achua. Donald Alexander of
Committee members assisting Gainesville and Ronnie Clem- x.G''r.S'
will be Mrs. William V. mons. ''dI
Wilmot Jr., Mrs. J. E. Hipp, Mrs. J. E. Vaughn of High
Mrs. M. S. Heidingsfield and Springs will be pianist and d
Mrs. John Bangs. M rs. Dick Surrency will be so-]j!. 105 W. University I
lois t. Phone FR 6-6348
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Essay Winner I y,
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Takes HonorsMiss te; '.

Margaret S. Thompsonwill ii j ., "
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medal and cash
receive a :i: .
award as second place winner; ..... !" ,
in Florida for her essay entitled ::{i:I J.f

In America, "The-Foreign An Opportunity Student L f;f;. I/ ; I

for Friendship," when the Ladies .
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Auxiliary to VFW Post t1i
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2811 meets Thursday at 8 p.m.,
in the Post Home, Waldo Road.'
Mrs. Archie Crawford, past: r
president of the auxiliary, who< I f }I J I Ik

received the awards on behalf: ,

of Miss I convention Thompson at in the Cocoa annual -! : .. '..' ,

Beach. will make the presentation. -I' j OF WOMEN'S APPARELDRESSES '.Wj,.......JE t

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September 16, 1964 Gainesville Sun 7it
'TODAY, September 16 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW I of
8th Street. House Staff Wives Club
'First Presbyterian Church 15th:Terrace. Calendar Of Events Delta Delta Delta Alumnae the J. Hillis Miller Health
i 1 Vows Exchanged Family ,Night Supper honoring Engineering'Dames, 8- p.m., I 8 pjn., Mrs. Guy Ful- Center, 8:30 p.m., Dr. Wilma
new members, 6:30: University Women's C'1 u t b- ton, 2734 SW 4th Place. Coggins, 18 Malore Gardens.
p.m, Fellowship Hall. house, Old Newberry Road. ert Glafcke, 1514' NW 14th NW Eighth Street. Gainesville Newcomers Lake Forest PTA, Covered-

f AI' THURSDAY, September 17 I University of Florida Law Street. UF Engineering Dames, 8 Benefit Bridge, 7:30 p. m., Dish Supper, 6:30 p.m., school
UF Business Administration Dames, 8 p.m., Law School, University of Florida Educa- p.m., University W o m en's Recreation Center. cafeteria.
I' Faculty Wives, crke Room 12LUniversity tion Dames, 8 p.m., Dean and Club, Bill Richardson, guest Golden Age Club, 1 p.m., Sidney Lanier PTA, 8 pjn.
I'a and swimming party 10 to Mrs. Melvin Baker, 1220 NW speaker. City Recreation Center. School cafetQ( um.. .
of Florida Busi-
12:30: p.m., Mrs. William Fox 18th Avenue.St. Girl Scout Prairie Neigh-
fi .x"w ness Administration Dames, 8p.m. Agriculture Dames, 8 p.m., FRIDAY, September 18
r and Mrs. Robert Cline, host- borhood meeting, 10 a.m .
., University W o m en'sClub Joan's Circle of St. Pat- Dan McCarty Hall, Confer- United Church Wo men,_
/ esses at the latter's ,home, Girl Scout House, 810 N W
i { a i <3i 2001 NW 31st Terrace. West Newberry Road. rick's Church, 8 p.m., Mrs. ence Room, Second Rtcm. Eighth Street. Morning Group, 10 a. m.,
Gainesville Bridge Club, University of Florida Journalism Wesley Lambert 3423 N.W. Girl Scout Prairie Neighborhood Woodmen of the W o rId, Evening Group, 7:30 p. m.,
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Miss Theresa Anne Greene, I Ushers included Thomas O. tiMEt
J'1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Joel Neff Jr., Charlotte, N.C., and 1 1ED IP
f Nunnally Greene, became the Gregory Pac and Edward \ '
\ bride of Bradley Willard Perk, ,Welch. A L r
I t son of Mr. and Mrs. WiL'ard' Ot I The bride's mother wore a fOR
to PenK Friday evening.The beige re embroidered lace
ceremony, performed by dress with matching accessor- .
1\ Dr. U. S. Gordon pastor, took ies. Her corsage was of coral stockof95cGaymod
I place in lona Chapel of the roses. The bridegroom's mother our entire
t First Presbyterian Church. wore a blue brocade dress i r
Two brass tree candelabra with harmonizing accessor! e s.
holding white tapers were used Her corsage was of pink rose
\1 at either side of the alter, buds.
\ which was banked with palms The bride's parents entertained +. l
and centered by an arrangement with a reception in Beth- _
.J of white gladioli. any Room of the church following 'N e c/e

I Nuptial music was given by the ceremony.
Miss Margaret Merchant, or- Palms and gladioli decorated ) reduced' r

ganist. the reception room. nylons t. ,. ,
J Sisters Attendants Among those assisting in the i

Bridal attendants were Mrs. reception hospitalities were '
I Thomas 0. Neff Jr., Charlotte, Mrs. Tom U. Greene, aunt of -
f N. C., sister of the bride, who the bride; Mrs. Mac G. Grigs- ..-
was matron of honor; Miss by, Mrs. Charles M. McAu- Plain knit, micro mesh, double loop .....
Patricia Greene, sister of the lay, Mrs. Veda Bell, Mrs. Geo. dress sheers, service weights! -
bride, and Miss Susan Penk, E. Steele, Mrs. Russell P. Hen- Perfect Fall Cover-Ups!
Proportioned to leg-length! Short,
I'' sister of the b rid egroom, nessey, Mrs. Robert I. Wakuya your ,
i bridesmaids. Miss Pat Hennessey. Miss average or long, 8Vi to 11 Women's Orion Shrugs --.

1I The three attendants were Carol Neff. Subtly flattering colors there's a ...
gowned 'alike in shades of blue Miss Marion Stalnaker and shade perfectly suited for everything!
designed on the same fashion Miss Yancey Harris kept the f 399 .

,,' as the bride's were matching dress. Their blue headpieces dou- bride's At book.Home In Dallas save 58c when you buy 3 pair for only 227 ,.

ble bows with short maline When the couple left on a wed- Just the thing to brighten up a fall wardrobe! Our
veils All carried arm bouquetsof ding trip to New Orleans, COMPARE THE SAVINGS ON marvelous collection of virgin orlon acrylic shrugs
pink carnations.The the bride wore a green suit witha to take the chill off the Fall season in a wide
bride, given in marriage'', blouse of harmonizing, colors variety of olids.andpotternsin.colorstomatchor...
by her father, wore a gown of ,and black accessories. GAYMODE SUPPORT HOSIERY! contrast with skirts or slacks. Sizes M and !U
veiled silk organza and Chan- After October 1, the newly-
tilly lace. The bodice of lace weds will be at home in Dal- .
i with set-in cummerbund and las, where the bridegroom will Compare them for comfort quality goodlooks and our special low price!
batteau neckline was highlighted enter the Metropolitan Technical .
with tiny seed pearl trim. Institute.
Plastrons of lace appliques em- Out of town guests for the i ENTIRE STOCK ..
bellished the controlled bell- wedding included the bride'3 V
shaped shirt which ended in a grandmother, Mrs. Mabel W. ': "
Chapel train. Her tlere -veil of Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. George REDUCED.
English illusion was attached 0. Adicks and Mrs. W. E. John-
to a miniature Chantilly lace son, all ,of Lake City; Mr. :
pillbox.Her and Mrs. Harry S. Greene, RegulatedCottons
flowers were a bouquetof Richmond, Va.; Mr. and Mrs.B. .
white roses and lilies of the E. Greene Jr., Vero, Beach; .
valley centered by a corsage of Mr. and Mrs. Georgt R. Mac- a .
white roses. Mr and Mrs. George R. Mac- .:.
Brother Best Man! namara, Jr., Brian Macnamara,
The bridegrooms brother, Stuart -and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reese, ...
Penk, served as best man. all of Orlando. z the prints that

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Gaining Weight Easy YARD

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and more is being learn I think the person who eats 1
ed about the control of over-I only one big meal, or most of S't w,
weight as well as about nutrition his calories at one time, is so' iwxd9a a 1
In general. Recent papers and hungry that he overeats at the
studies have turned up some in- large meal. ':' AND

teresting facts and theories. Studies with animals have ., f
These are not all conclusive but shown that there is a difference'in : k r
they are worth thinking about. body weight when the meal
There are all kinds of over- is fed in nibbles rather than all MATCH
weight. at one time. A short time ago'I ''
I All of them have one factor I suggested the daily calorie -
4 in common that more food is tray with this idea,in mind. i -
eonsumed than is needed for the Vulnerable PeriodsIn __
energy expended. How v e r a recent volume of the SWEATERS _
there may be additional problems -Journal of The American Diet-
; in some cases. etic Association, Dr. CharlotteM.
t Some overweight people who Young, of the Graduate
have trouble losing weight School of Nutrition of Cornell AND _
may have defects in metabo- University, said:
lism. For instance they may "In a preventive sense, special
change carbohydrates into fat attention should be given to nu- : '
more rapidly than others and trition education at periods in
therefore build large depositsof the life cycle in which indivi- SKIRTS .
fatty tissue.It duals are known to be particularly _
is a fact that many overweight vulnerable to weight _
women overweightin : gain. .
childhood. Some studies have Dr. Young said that women -
indicated that an excessive in- are especially apt to gain '1 EACH __
take of carbohydrate foods in- weight rapidly at puberty, following :
crease salt and water retention. the first pregnancy and '. SHETLANDS
Don't Get Careless at menopause. Therefore it WOOL- fLANNEL CLASSICS! i & CLASSIC sT'. .
Now don't allow the followingto : seems important that we go Si ?
make you careless about nibbling -. after them immediately i Looking for a basic' skirt this fall? Look no ; POPULAR CREW NECK STYLING.
that is. about taking more If yon would like 10 have more! We've a buy that's really extra-special! .
nibbles than your daily calorie: my calorie chart send a 'I -
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tailor-details ,
it has been reported I lope with your request for ;, : 3A rayon linings, French waist .'_:!
that most obese people eat morE! leaflet 2S to Josephine Lawman bands, expensive look'stitch-trim. Pick them ,; SIZES 3440Wednesday '

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I / SEE By I i Still Light Bulbs [Capitol Hill Meals Going Up I!

SaleLions --
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,: WASHINGTON (AP) Patrons The cost of the No., 5 lunch, It. also disclosed- that the ;
: I Club members heard of the, House of. Repre-I commonly known as the Blue- estimated operating losses for
I more about light bulbs:nt Tues- sentatives'' dining rooms got plater will go up from 90 centsto restaurant facilities in the new I
.the SUN i;day's meeting. some bad news today. .1 $1.15 next January and the Rayburn Office Building, which
i I customary dessert will be replaced -won't serve any meals until I
IIGENERAL I III The Lions will put on the While the taxpayers pick up by a tossed salad. next January, will be $62.600 for
i HOSPITAL lor,. 2101 NW'35th Terr., a boy; 7:53 p.m. Tuesday at NW final drive of their current light the tab for an estimated operating The price of the home-cured the fiscal year ending next June
( f September 13,1964BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. James T. Caldwell -3t. and 16th Ave. 13th.i I bulb, sale money from which loss of $240,000 this fiscal corned beef meal will be hiked 30. e k
209 SE 2nd Pl., a boy; Mr. David W. Lawson Jr., ..will be used by the Florida .from 95 cents to $1.25, includingthe That's less than half of'the
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Floyd, and Mrs. Walter F., Burch, LaCrosse Flav. III, Emil S. Dramooie, Lions Club Foundation to help!year, the diners will have to pay standard potato salad. estimated operating loss of$177-
NE 12th Ave., a boy; Mr. Fla., a girl.ADMITTED. 1402 SW 10th Ter. and Bever- those needy with sight prob more for their food. Baked ham and two vegeta- 600 for dining facilities the
n d Mrs. Wilbur Andrews, l ley B. Hammer, 1215 NE 20th I lems. The Lions hope to raise bles will sell for $1.15 instead of House wing of the Capitol.
a boy; Mr. and Mrs. : Place, at 5:10 p.m. Tuesday at$1,000 from their light bulb sale. Soviet Veto $1. The committee got its information -
J Gayoso a boy. Bryan K. Shepherd, Deborah -SW 5th Ave. and 10th St. The light bulbs will be sold tonight "A pretty goods ize.d hamburger" from Kermit A. Cowan,
ADMITTEDCarolyn Jean Mallard, Cynthia G. Robert J. Pytel, 1017 SW 1st: and Thursday night. The with all the trimmings will who manages House restaurantsfor
: Rose Floyd, Ernest drive started last In UN Seen I
Mallard William J. White- Ave. and a parked car at 2:55 night. peddle for 70 cents instead of 60. the Capitol architect. The
Atkins, David S. Fa- head, Clyde Dobbs, Flossie P. Tuesday at 1900 NW 13th
pm. Memberships to the Lions Seafood and steak platters deficits have been going on for
Gerard Doguila, Thomas Bonds, Gerald L. LauraJ. St. UNITED NATIONS (AP) -
Foundation will be sold, starting |will go up too, the House Appropriations -years.
Maxtine Kuzma. Linda Mahn, Loeb Duncan, ArthurW. Rosella K. Martell The Soviet Union is to:!
-J 640 NW a month long drive. The expected i Committee said, The restaurants are used by
Benton, dith-K--Vickry, Thompson, all of Gaines- 35 Ter. and three parked cars, I money will be used for the ,veto a Security Council resolution -1 abut the committee had no speci House members, their guests,
: Arnold Eidsness, Wil- ville; Anna S. Cheney, Old at 1:50 p.m. Tuesday at NW Gainesville eye-bank and to help I demanding an end to the I II ]:fie figures on,these. ; Capitol employes and newsmen.
E. Hammack, all of Town, Fla.; Mona Faye Templeton 1st Place and 12th St. start an eye clinic in Jackson- Indonesian-Malaysian fighting.
; Truman W. Fowl- Hawthorne; Jose phine Leroy E. Burney Vero Beach ville. I :
1 Bell; Glenda L. Andrews, Burch, La Crosse; Singleton G. (single car accident), at 10:25: Norway introduced the resolution -.
; Rosa Jones, Brooker; Barke, Chiefland, Fla.; SarahG. a.m. Tuesday at S. Main St. Tuesday.
L. Hodge, Newberr y; West, Tallahassee; EdithC. and Williston Road. I The Pacific is the world'slargest Informed sources said the I
I L. Rodgers High Springs. Key, Wellborn; Mary C. Dave T. Martin, 13 SW 26th ocean but the Atlantic Russians would veto it because
\ DISCHARGED Trowell, Fort White; MarjorieH. St. and Harold A. Smith, 1112 I has the longest coastline. Indonesia opposes it.Better i
; Kenneth Norman, 0 r ville Walker, Trenton; Frieda E. NE 4th St., at 10:30 a.m. tues-
I ; Russell Douglas, Mari- McCormick, Alachua.DISCHARGED. day at SE 1st St. and 2nd
I Reeb and daughter, Eliza- Place.
: Rivers and twin sons, Mary : Dennis E. Larsen, Lulu, Fla.
: Faye Stewart and son, Chris Hubbard,.Mrs. Sarah F. and Doris Worley, 2220 NE 4th
Helmintoller, Lot tie Kirby Julie Mae Jones, Mar- St., at 8:35: a.m. Tuesday in Sugar
Noel Whited and son, .go E. Blake and baby boy, the 200 block of SW 4tn Ave.
W. Kirkpatrick De- Merriel Moore, Mrs. Emma L. supplies -
Lassa, Mrs. Mixon and Martin, Mr. Alex L. Lunsford, DWI ,t 1
Shirley Roberton and Mrs. Jessie I. Walker, Mrs. Nancy Rosella K. 'Martell, 640 NW
Arthur Garibaldi, Leslie I E. Dorsey and baby girl, 35th Ter., was a r r e ted by .. oWNt4 because it's
Lottie Reich ect., Mrs. Jane D. Barker, Mrs. Ellen Gainesville police at 2:10: p.m. MpCARO made from tll r
Stewart. Mering and baby girl, Thel- Tuesday at 1100 NW 1st! Place No.l Semolina
: GENERAL HOSPITAL ma Bill, Pearl L. Glissom, Mona and charged with driving while ? s : ,,,,4. 1 1, ..heart of durum wheat a
September 15, 1964 Templeton, Bryan Shepp- intoxicated. .,
BIRTHS: ]herd.
Mr. and Mrs B. I
Roger Tay-

Involved in accidents reported
I by the Gainesville Police" U
Department and the Alachua I

i County the past Sheriff's 24 hours Office were: during ., D 0 0

Ortho K. Matheny Jr., P.O.
Box 508 and Joseph B. Wil-
in Florida are members liams, 1716 NW 3rd Ave., atHis

Not only do the groups meet Beatle
| discuss banking problems in MclNTOSH
; state and to foster better Hair Must Go I U.S. GOOD & CHOICE BEEF
between bank. Apples I 345:
but the FBA sponsors I ATTLEBORO, Mass. (AP) *! -
I to college students who Georgie Porgie's hairdo has him ROUND STEAK . -89
to study in the area of'in trouble with the Attleboro U.S. NO. 1

f Last year. 25 grants ranging High Georgie School Porgie principal.- the profes- SIRLOIN STEAK . L,. 98*! Potatoes 10 LB.LB... 594!

I $300 to $600 were given to .sional name of 17-year-old
; at seven Florida uni- George Leonard, a senior WHITE SEEDLESSGrapes S

such. Qualifications grants are for based re 'affects piano a Beatle-style hairdo. He CUBE STEAK . . . L,. 89
plays guitar and saxophone .
: scholarship and recommen- in a six-piece combo, and :: . . .. . 19
from the head of the uni says a close haircut would ruin
: department of busi his musical career.Nonetheless FRESH GROUND BEEF . . . 3 ,,,1.39 YELLOW .
administration.Over .
: the past six years since Principal JosephE. (ALL BRANDS) .
0&I; program was begun, FBA Joyce has ordered the mop I . 3 25
I awarded $90,000 in grants. trimmed. Georgie has appealedto
[ ; the school committee. FRANKS: -. > ..; . 3 FOR 1.00 FANCY NO. 1 SWEETPotatoes .

Says Georgie: "I feel an DELL'S FLA. GRADE "A"
Vienna, after photography I exception should be made in my 2 arc!
invented the *! LBS.
"Daguerre I case.: My musical career is my FRYERS29: i
became the rage. J life and my future."


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WASHINGTON, D. C. Although there are generals and
\ geniuses in abundance at the Air Force Association convention
: here, a chimpanzee named George is the undoubted star of the / C.-I:
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George can count up to eight. I CHOPSYour J

He does it time after time, for long periods at a stretch, in a I
: J' little glass cage with a panel of colored lights and levers in it. ==,
-I-. The generals who run the Air Force, and the geniuses who run I :I : .
J the generals, stare, and applaud. ::
II George comes from Holloman Air Force.Base in New Mexico.He's .I I
the latest in a succession of distinguished representatives
y of the Air Force laboratory there. Others were Ham, one of the
first of the space monkeys, and Enos, the first chimp to go into L---------------I '
11' orbit
J All of them could count up to eight. That is part of the normal Jane Parker QUICK FROZEN GRADE "A" YOUNG TENDERBcciing
training that a space monkey gets.
I But George is the first one who can read printed numbers and BLACKBERRYPIES 4 to 6-lb.!
Interpret them., When the figure 4, for instance, flashes on the averageLB.
1 panel in front of him he bangs a lever four times, then bangs Hens 35c
the. lever next to it once, just to show he wasn't fooling. .
After: he has performed this sort of task correctly seven
't times; several blue lights flash on, and George gets a piece of, "SUPER-RIGHT" Center Cut
banana. He's so good at his job, though, that he knows when he II Braunsweiger or CAP'N JOHN'S Frozen_ 10oz."SUPERRIGHT" :.
1 has accumulated seven correct answers and he reaches for the PORK CHOPS .b.69c CHUNK
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a 'He".still has trouble with the figure eight. He recognizes it, each 39'Mb. Frozen All Variety; COPELAND'S Pure Pork Frozen Headless
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It's taken two and a half years of training to bring George
.1 this far along the road to Ph. D. in mathematics. His instructors LAKE WHOLEGreen
Marvel Brand .
at Holloman haven't yet figured out exactly what use toii
make of his wisdom when they feel he is ready to use it, but I IC'
they are confident they will think of something. ICE Beans 3w49c.
-foo I A year ago, during an interview, one of the instructors talked
;j.I I in wistful term of trying to teach a chimp to add small numbers.
*' .George is edging along in that direction, but nobody knows yet CREAM
': ,if he's,smart enough to accept the more advanced course. SPECIAL! CHEF BOY AR DEE RAVIOLI, SPAGHETTI & MEAT BALLS or .
Some of his predecessors certainly were. It was at Holloman
II, a year ago, that two adult chimps Pale Face and Big Mean,
:engaged in a long series of games of tic tac toe pushing light
.1 .buttons to make the crosses and circles show up on a..board.V 1/2 gal.ctn.. 49c Beefaroni Your 4 15.5-OZ. 9,9CSAVE ,
They couldn't read numbers, however. On the other hand, Choice CAMS
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[In Rabid Animals

t 'By'STAN KULP bid one." I

Rabid animals are increasingover With the recent flooding thereis I
many parts of Florida, a greater danger of being
$ut not-it-seems... In Alachua bitten by wild animals, Paf- WheatBread2LJi s35c
"CountyT, ford said. The animals are driven 12-qh 85'
A State Board of Health no- from flooded areas and come, size .
:tice says cases of rabid bats closer to people. They also usually SULTANA
and raccoons'are increasing become hungry and agres-
I Especially in- Central Florida. .
BuflJ.CC' Pafford, director sive.Pafford said rabies seems to

3f' environmental health, Ala- migrate.. The recent increasein lono Sliced or Mayonnaise QUART 39c
I Ithua County Health Dept., said r a b i e s came from South I' JAR
:yesterday Alachua County has Florida and is now reaching HALVEDPEACHES
less cases of-rabid animals than into: North Florida and South I

last yeas.**. .Georgia. During 1962 and 1963, A&P French StyleBEANS. l r .
T Lasfyear Pafford said Ala- cases of rabies were high, but Grade A Lrg. Fla., GREEN GIANT Nib. f et -

: hua County had 11 cases of.have lately been going down. . 2 15 Yz-oz. cons 39c EGsUGnnYSBrOOk CORN . : 2l2-oz.cans39c;
-rabid animals involving five The State Health Board says G EEN GIANT Cream Style 1-DOZ.
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"Actually," Pafford said,I humans. Thus, any wild animal -I can
-"'last year was rather high. which seems sick or tame SEEDLESSGRAPES BARTLETT
w Alachua County has quite a I should not be handled. .
few bats, Pafford said, many I Once rabies develops, thereis --"- -- :
;Jiving near humans in towers, no cure and death is certain. r : ::
;barns, and so on, but most liv-I However, the health board I. PIAIDSTAMPS ;H-l PEARS
ing in caves around Gainesville.'says, anti-rabies shots can be I :.IV i
,I. "Our caves are pretty well given if in time. I
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T >0- Gainesville Sun Wednesday; September 16. 1964

if ,-/S' Good Drivers Avoid Trouble Before It Happens= '{ 4 I

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I'' .".."."4 By HENRY GREGOR FELSON turns right in two blocks. Sureit It trailer. Why? People who old lady driver so short she has tible with the two boys. Five- If we hadn't backed off a lit-! car the -13S". J.ust, enough ''s

(Fourth of Six Articles} TO MY SON, ought to be marked better, own and pull trailers are apt to look under the rim of the year-old car, but it' gleams. tle, anticipating foolishness( to heat them up and .dry them id

....... .i>. (The writer and his son but it isn't. Meanwhile. .there to know how to drive with a steering wheel? Probably- can't What about it?" we'd have hit. out. There. .feel them taking
I continue their i THE TEEN-AGE he trailer., The'guy who rents one even see the road.
... : imaginary goes He's getting ready to leave. Well, now he's found a brother. hold evenly again? We're safe '
,: -.. drive across town, begun in Aren't you glad we weren't for a trip may be pulling one .It would be legal to pass Doesn't drive from the if we have to stop.
away The tudor
.w. yesterday's installment.) DRIVER trying to pass right about.then? for the first time in his life, here, but safe? See her swing with the pipes I 1-
and he it around pump, he guns aw y. So what? wheel covers off, and a Back on our home street
Main Street. Traffic moving by Hewy Gregor Feken Good idea to give any car withan might wrap into the left lane to turn? If crump- i
.. fast here. Watch out for out-of-state license plentyof your neck making it go left we were there, she'd be driv- So he's just the guy to figure led fender. We can hear them once more. See the two small

\ .:... .. that blue car. The baggage carrier street system and is just the room. Figure the driver is when he thinks he's making it ing or knocking us into the .on- that if he doesn't stop for the both revving as they wait. for children walking toward us on .
the the sidewalk hand in hand? t
is the first tip off it one to make a sudden changeof both tired and lost, and apt to go right. coming lane of traffic-or we'd highway the way he's supposedto light to change. And away
I'' .. could be stranger Outof direction without warning do anything. Now a series of downhill be scaring her into the ditch. he can get on it before we they go! Mean anything to you?

state license proves it. I Why? He's on the left side at Here's another one to watch turns, double lane road. See I Seen that car in the gas sta- get'there-2-he thinks. And that's Lucky for that late pedes Well, when children walk

: Assume he doesn't know our the street. The mam highway out for. Car pulling a You-Rent- that car in front of us? Little!I I Lion I driveway yet? The conver- the way' he played it. trian he was between them I holding hands, it's usually a
when they took off. They' r e.. sign they are going on a little

fighting it out neck and neck, walking trip, not just wander
: but I do believe the race will be ing and playing, maybe to that
AUTO: -WRECKERS Technique of 'Defensive Driving'Only won by the black and white car store across the street. Par-
with the red lights 'On top that ents do tell kids to stay close

swung in behind them. and hold hands when going on

: \ l ITEE AGERS WEL OME J Conies Through Experience the We're speed running limit is along 60, and where the 1 an Now errand.they've stopped walking.

traffic is fairly heavy. Why amI I Might mean they're going" to
in the slow lane? Well, we're change direction. That parkedcar
By JIM McGUIRK thousands of miles that the average By the middle of last month uneasiness in certain situations. .getting a light rain, the first I. has them hidden. Just in

Sun Staff Writer person drives in his lifetime in Gainesville alone, the lesson Lt. Conerly explain, "We in weeks, and there's a lot of case, I'll signal that I'm slow-
r, Teen-agers make the worst he learns not just to obey had been taught in 1,169 wrecks. slow up in certain situations be- oil mist on the road from thou-: ing down and watch that parked -
i- drivers, believes traffic safety speed limit signs and other mechanical Some 356 had been injured. cause we've seen these things sands of exhaust pipes. And car, and here they come!
,, expert Ed Conerly, a lieutenanton rules of the road he Four had been killed. result accidents. and c lose I until there has been enough' We really had to stand on ;
the Gainesville police force. learns also to spot hidden dan- But the persons who survive calls." !the brakes for that
:rain to wash the oil off the one.
The statistics both in gers and to recognize danger this learning process never for- I The most important. threat to road, the mixture of oil and" Well, here we are home ;
;.., Gainesville and nationally spots. get it.Their. watch for is the other driver. ,' after uneventful little
water will be as slick as again, an
igree. He learns these painfully. For driving reflects their ex- I "Defensive driving is not a Another hazard when the ride across town. But ,there
; host of factors the in front perience in hundreds of subtle ,thing in the world but trying to I '
_. j Although a are some, danger erupts road is like this before were a dozen times when we
.. .ic causes, Conerly sums it up with of them but passes by, leaving ways such as when they brake avoid an accident in case some- I'pie realize it's slippery: Watch peo- could have been closer to an j
: x one of his favorite phrases: them with no more penalty thana lightly, cutting their speed by a body is in violation and you'renot those cars ahead when they accident than to safetypast ;;
._ "Defensive few miles an hour, because of ," Conerly says. ''
__ Driving. severe fright.
_,__ start up at the green light, especially -, the point of no return-if wehadn't .
.... This is the key, Conerly feels. For the less lucky, the point is He lists, as sets of "famous those making a right; acted to stay out of trouble \
.' .. M ; This is what other drivers have literally pounded home with the CarolineIn last words": turn. Normal acceleration is' rathen than wait and reactto j'
-. ":.r..... \! that teen-agers don't. jolt of an actual wreck, followed "He was in the wrong," and, too much for oil and water- it. ,
; What is it? costs in terms of "I had the rightofway.. i
by enormous '
a"I I look at them fishtail and skid. In a way what we just had
the hundreds and and human SchoolNEW "Try to anticipate someone '
.r Through money pain.
t ---
When it's like this, keep plen- was an example of defensive
else's actions, Conerly urges
.. .. YORK (APThe teen agers. Particularly be ty of distance between yourself -'.driving, and the technique certainly -
and other Part of be- enough.
cars. seems simple
.Eo THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker Convent of the Sacred Heart, a careful- Parked of: cars. One might ing a good driver is giving oth- But I warn you now that no
Catholic school has
girls, a
ers a chance to make driving matter how much you want to
contain a careless driver about
: new pupil -Caroline Kennedy. mistakes without mixing in. I drive defensively,, it is goingto
:: Hand-in-hand with her mother to swing into your path. Or a
: Here we are on our way be much harderfor: you thanit
pedestrian might amble into the
the year-old"daughter of
i home. Our two
)! road from between two of the right looks. .
the late President John F.
the Gloves Off just ran through a deep pud- I
: 1 Taking Kennedy went to her first day of autos.Children riding bicyc 1 e s. dle. Expect the brakes to be (From the boob, TO MY II:

school Tuesday. She wore the Assume they'll ride two or wet and for the right side not SON, THE TEEN AGE l

.. .. : school uniform, a gray flannel three abreast, not giving you to grab when the left side does. DRIVER published by Dodd, t 1
Eton jacket, matching pleated
driving room.Driveways. does. Mead & Company, Inc. Copyright -
skirt and white blouse. But don't wait for the time 1964
the story, however, showed in on television and the book- will take weeks to sort out that Some and' I and alleyw a y s. by Henry Gregor
Ntm Vnrk imts nuns pupils have to brake. We're aloneon Felsen.)
;:. and what with Viet Nam :Expect a car to suddenly shoot
that the editor knew what he shops are filling up with new mess watched from I
a second-story
the road
now. Put on a little NEXT The and
y..:- WASHINGTON It was disconcerting -was doing. The Republican jackets that demand to be lug- staging a coup of -_the week window of the school at the out of one without stopping. I light brake while you're giving school. your
to read ia the Wash- contenders, otherwise knownas ged home and studied. Moneyis series, there is hardly any time corner of'Fifth Avenue and 91st The car ahead. The driver, :

ington Daily News the other the G.O.P. standard bear- always short. Winter ward- left to keep up with the war in Street as Caroline'arrived.. ahead might have burned out
day that Senator Goldwater and ers, had indeed taken off the robes have to be hauled out of Malaysia. brakelights and not even knowit. [I NORTHWESTERNMUTUAL
Caroline's aunt, Mrs. Peter
Miller had taken the attic and judged, and then 1 It can take a lot of room
Representative gloves. Traditionally, presidentialcandidates Lawford, wife of the actor and i LIFE
off the gloves. It's getting Everybody knew, of course, you have to decide whether to have recognized that Sydney Lawford, 8, to stop a car. At 60 mile an SINCE 1857'PROGRAMMING
is nothing left anymore that Senator Goldwater wouldbe mortgage future tc the accompa- hour, under even the best con-
:,so there your we don't have much time to nied Caroline and her mother. m
N that a man can depend a different kind cf candidatebut plumber or theroofer.. give them in September.: 'Instead ditions excellent brakes, dry

I : :..: on. this disregard for the proprieties On top of all that, football! of taking off the gloves, too.Sydney is entering the school, road, good tires, it can take 146

is inexcusable. There is getting under way, so thereis they usually content themselves feet to stop.
: and respected political The two girls moved throughthe &
Decent This
was another lesson jolt-
for leaving
are sound reasons hardly time on weekends for with flying around the
:": custom has always held the gloves on until after the anything but meals and L'il boondocks, praising dams in chattering groups of pupils ed home to many Gainesville Jim H. Dowling. Jr.AUDJTING SERVICES

that the gloves are not to betaken World Series, and it hardly be- Abner: and, of course, there is the Pacific Northwest and mak. with apparent ease. Caroline drivers last year "following Special Agent FEATURING INSURANCE FOR
:: off until after the World entered the second grade. Last 1105 W. Ave.
too after
closely" was charged Univ.
fits the of tradition SPLIT DOLLAR
champion the start of the autumn war ing small hay without getting BWg.KEY'MA* *
: Series, sometime in early Oc- to toss them aside so cavalier- season, which usually comes in in people's way., year, she attended special. 120 wrecks from January to August Rm. 206 376-9783 Secu. o PARTNERSHIP
: .. tober. Young reporters making classes at the White House. ..
lYe like clockwork between late Au-
President Johnson is playing -
their first presidential campaign -
.. swing often make the Within a week or so, the gust and early October.To the game. He has confined --
senator had promised to cut make himself labor de- -'3. F_: y+
.. mistake of writing that the things even worse, to smiling at ,
candidates have, taken off the taxes 25 ,per cent ,and end the keeping up with today's wars nouncing alien philosophers
gloves in September i but wise draft. Had accused President requires the concentration of and opposing hurricanes. Mr. Discover our exclusive flavor-secret:and
old editors who know that it Kennedy of plotting the 1962 PhD. intellect. Over the sum- Goldwater, on the other hand,

.:... just isn't done that early can Cuban missile crisis to put mer, while everybody was at insists no, demands to be
Democrats in Congress. Had the seashore, Moise Tshombe thought about.
:. always be counted on to correct -
the copy.Accordingly. predicted that President John- slipped back into the Congo Taking the gloves off in Sep
: son would cook up another crisis -and the fighting there is so baffling -tember could leave a man so
:_ the first impulse for political benefit in Oc- that you can't even tell if exhausted by World Series
was to assume that the tober. Had suggested that the Kasavubu and Mobutu are on time that he wouldn't be ableto
.. News' editor had been asleep President was in cahoots with the same side anymore.If think of Senator Goldwaterat

'at the desk; to say, "No. they street rioters, and much more. Haiti blows up again, it _all by election dny.RESTAURANT AVE
cannot have taken the glovesoff What does all this mean? For

already," and to push on to most people it means havingto
the sports pages. A glance atM give attention to politics at
a time when they already have ; FEATURE

too much to think about. September WEDNESDAY

Makarios is a brutal month a t _
best. It is hard to see hew people -
take it if with -

r w Has Cyprus else they have on. their two of Mrs. Filbert's

I I I minds now in September going to start, politiciansare takingthe FRIED CHICKEN on pounds Margarine

: 'Peace Plan' gloves off a month aheadof
; schedule.In .

-' NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) the first place, baseball ALL ::YOU iTi ii'-'

I President Makarios has proposed demands almost fulltime concentration .- -_ {i ; ,_ .
a five-point peace plan for at this time of year. ,,"V Y::: :
z Cyprus, including the removal Then there is school. The chil- CAN EAT 1'w \
'-of all armed posts manned by dren have a slew of new teachers -

rSLwarring Greek and Turkish l and you have to spend a Served from 4 p.m. to 817JEWEL p.m.
1 :Cypriots. good bit of time wcrryingwhether

they are worthy of the LIGGETT DRUB STORES m
A Turkish Cypriot spokesman
""declined comment on the plan. kids.The ;
new are coming
![:He showed skepticism over a

-promise by Makarios to im- ...... .' ,A,

!mediately lift his economic .IiIt;; ;t :t .,f.j. f $1, %;ifP u ,x: Q U A R T E R S
blockade against besieged : :''
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,Turkish Cypriot Argas. M.;...st'H" 'I'If"k'fi j
'.: 11 f B fit S"'jJi-Y:
f Makarios said his government J .

.. would: .j.. ":;'?'::)*. < ... :t.t.:5.: "hr'y ",
.. ... ..
1. End the economic blockadeat I j' ;-'Yii..v.: .,.. .. J : if-/t:':} 7.' :

and allow supplies to
-come in from Turkey "through ELGINSLet 2 j

I "normal channels." G
2. Remove all Greek Cypriot '. i MARGARINE I
t' farmed posts provided the Turk- Zale'z great Elgin values helpto .c.cK.

:T"Jsh' Cypriots do the same. "get you to the class on time" .
3. Provide financial aid for 2* :
j. resettlement and protection of Off/lb. i
f' ,:Turkish Cypriots who have been your .

forced to abandon tleir.homes.. T1ij41- Taste the home-style goodness no other margarine 2< Off/lb. .
,: : ; !. Grant a general amnesty has been able to copy..the sweeter, fresher flavor '
... .
t : :'so that any Turkish: rebel who yonr family will love. Our flavor-secret comes from -:
may be Tinder criminal charges *
:0or offenses committed during Plus tax ;;- ,= ,. 12 a nearly 50 years of making fine margarines.Use our 7 Coupon .

-the rebellion may be relieved ofT"any % 18 2 Golden Quarters a delicious spread for bread, :

fear of _arrest and punish- 6 y try it (or our Golden Pound) in your favorite :
-Tnent" NO MONEY DOWN recipes. We're sure you'll be more than 'pleased. If SavingWorth
:..: 5. Accept U.N. suggestions for : :

:. peace "provided such measures $1 weekly I1 y .. 1- ..
II jf do not affect a political solution -.rr-r-s--rrrrrr rr- rrrrr-1 rSTOREC011PON

;;,bf the problem." 3a. 1 -
Handsome men's 17-jewel Elgins... .
U.N. troops convoyed nine I7c c 1
: : shock and .-aterresistant.b. .*
.. T Ions of food donated by Makar- 1
"Mos to the Turkish Cypriot vil- Beautifully detailed Ladies' Elgins. 17 i -- 7f ea purchase of two jttuds I -._ :
: jewel precision movement. efltrzs.Filbert'sColdtsQuarters 1 .. ;: :
+ x'a. -
:,\age.of Kokkina Tuesday, but ..
I -
: (or Gobfea Pound)Margarine :
: the villagers who had been Special expansion bands extra. -J

described as starving refused it '+ IRE To tM Deafen You ire authorized to act as our agent -
I trig) .. in redeeming this coupon,Mrs.Filberts will .
: "We are Turks and we will pay you !
I V r.,.,.,.,--- its fac value plus 2( handling cost bi accordance :; :
r die before we accept food from ;v. MARGARINE w th the agreement made with you.provided rou have I .
: Makarios, the man who wants. W11LL ,I I I complied Baltimore with the terms of the offer.J.M.FBtwrt Inc. I .. .
k > 29.Maryland.
a. 1
to ,kill guerrilla leader! 126SE :
: us, a 1
... *when and intact -
L> case crystal are -
told the leader.
convoy 1 -
: "Take back the food! Makar I.T.
los the murderer!" chanted theE 12 E. UNIVERSITY AVENUE .
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; nreonesooy., September 16, 1964 Gainesville .
J Khrushchev Warns China of New e II
weapons to Destroy Mankind Let 'Em WalkSAN

-. ,MOSCOW ((CAP) premier speaking to FRANCISCO (AP) _
a Japanese
Khrushchev parli- Khrushchev told them the Soviet ese reported.He The
'Wi cable
says the Soviet Japanese cars won't be chasing
-' :Union has amentary delegation Tuesday.I Union hates war anddoesn't told them delegation told a huge amounts of lethal, long- The
-..-., a new secret weapon The Japanese said he mentionedthe that Soviet news conference today that he,lived Japanese said Khrush!up and down San Francisco's
j. which could want to use its new military men and scientists radioactive fallout; a chev did not, hills between
destroy all life on on had the impression that ; say specifically next Dec. 15 and
weapon during a blast at -"death "
e tth. weapons,but"if live had ray, possibly a .
HiS words seemed to be you among Monday showed him "new chev highly that the Soviet Jan. 15.The
Chinese new
Communist leader Mao wolves, should howl like was referring to one weapon -concentrated, intense beam weapon is
aimed you a means of destruction" of
primarily at Red China Tze-tung. which the ,not several. nuclear but"they Public Utilities Commis-
wolf. light understoodhim
'and not at the West. Soviet Union now possesses. He a neutron bomb that sion has ordered a
*' ,Khrushchev, who Khrushchev accused Mao of Khrushchev made no mention :said he was amazed to learn Washington, U.S. govern- would destroy life without dam- to mean that They said aft'shutdown to Install new equip-
1 _... describe i the did, not wanting to take over Soviet of the West during his discus- that it could end an life. ment experts said Khrushchev aging structures in the target er telling them of it, he discussed -ment.
might be
weapon was
territory. The Japanese said sion of new weapons,the'Japan Kenzi Fukunaga,leader of the bomb, which talking about a cobalt ,area,or some major advance in the need to use nuclear
would produce chemical The Phoenix,Ariz.,
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linesville Sun Wednesday. September 16. 1964

',I' iDora Got Local Civil Defense SetuD Off the Ground= .;, I j H


I By BENNY CASON J tense operations, is going to be Bethel thinks emergency operations "How high will the wind "One thing I discovered," Be- minutesless, than 52 straight sitting here alone just like What does Bethel, who be-
"- !built in the courthouse base-I were "very effective have to blow,' he asked, 'be- thel says; "is that IVe got to hours.
:JJntil last week, E. A. (Pete) this (he leaned back'slightly, came Alachua County's first
]ment. since we didn't have a complete -fore I have to get out? have a deputy director for "
I Bethel was a rookie civil defense I oper- "Only got sleepy one time, staring at the wall)., Next thingI full-time civil defense director
director. ,Ironically, bids were accepted J Red Cross organization. In 'Well, young man,' I. told ations.' And a staff of telephone he says. "Wednesday .night,
I on construction of it Tues- some areas, civil defense was him, "if I were you I'd just answerers."I just before midnight, Sheriff remembered was this fellow last February, think aoout his
Hurricane Dora made him a Dora became like it should standing in the doorway calling
day-the -
same day ]not organized get out now. (Joe) Crevasse and two cr three job now?
:pro overnight as only hurricanes I:: a threat. "It didn't take ]have been, either." didn't: sleep the first 'Pete, Pete.' I hadn't even
"He said, That WAS kind of wink he other men came in and brought "I like it," he, "i really .
can. ]much time," Bethel noted, "to says, "from 6:30 .been aware he was standing says.
< i Transportation, he was donuts and coffee.
".It. was last Tuesday morn- J get that acted on." .the main weakness of says the civil a funny question, wasn't it?' I Tuesday morning until 10:20 !there. It was then I knew how] do." And he kept a straight,
.in the first time Dora became To get the shelters ready for I defense set up. This problem, 'Yes,' I agreed." Thursday morning." That's 10 I "Then. after they left I was sleepy I was." I face. '

a real threat to this area, ]Miss Dora, Bethel estimates it however, is in the process of being "
lien in the space of a few took 30 minutes. solved.
.W turs Bethel: "We put nothing in the shel- -
"We've to' little bi!t Sportswear
got get a .
-4 Set a communications ters he said. _,
up "People were : ...{ _
more organized in case of manmade .
network of ham radio operators told to bring blankets and -. -. 2nd Floor
disasters: Bethel '
called RACES (Radio Ama- enough food to last for two says A- dt',' Shop,
He set the middle of 1965 as hh 'f' *
leur. Civil Emergency meals. We still weren't convinced "'A V rsatiliiy'wftf'LQmpl's
for the civil defense
ice). This is a state Serv-I that we were going to have goal program getting in A-l shape. ., bulky lace stitch cardigan
which enables cities much -
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ters Wednesday night, but 450
e Checked with the r a d a r to 500 stayed in them Thurs hour and a half to get ready.'

station (that's the big white tower day. "They, didn't stay long I Another, headache' encountered
near Florida Field) to get in- though," Bethel said. '"Most of I during Dora still is ring
formation about the location oi them left Friday morning. ing in his ears: telephones. y ePX
Dora. After the people went back to I It was' unusual, Bethel point S ,: ., ; c .
-,0 Contacted Don Mason, their homes, the shelters were out that telephone service was .4f"
head of the local chapter of the closed. "You got'nQ customers, n't cut off.
National Red Cross. "In a na- you close your shelters," Bethel I "Sometimes I wish communi ,
tural disaster," Bethel pointed explained. cations had been knocked o u 1
oulj: "the National Red Cross They didn't, however, stay awhile," he says, "so thai I
\ by' an act of Congress is closed long."Friday :damned phone would've stoppec:
responsible for .food, clothingand night we started get- I ringing." Y }x:

shelter." ting some backlash from the I Bethel guesses he spent z
," Called school personnel hurricane," Bethel said, "so we "good two thirds" of his work
I about using schools for shel- opened two shelters on a stand- ing time Tuesday t b raug!
I ters., Because the local Red by basis. Then on Saturdaysome Thursday just answering th
I Cross chapter was just getting of the} people from the phone.
started, Bethel sail, he aided trailer parks started comingin. "Most of the'questions wen
Mason in locating shelters. ." One exception to lack of pointless," he says. "Bol don'
"From there on out," he said, food provisions came Satur- get me wrong. I'm not sayinj:
I "we played the thing b; ear." day, when food was served at the people were stupid. I'd probably
1 An Emergency Opera: i ons Kirby-Smith Elementary School. have been doing the sam
I Center, which will house a gen- "The hurricane," he said, thing if I'd been out there. : !'
erator to supply the city pow- "gave us a good chance to test "One fellow called and saic I i +-
erin: a disaster and which willb our organization and spot our he had a'6 -foot trailer thai: wa
headquarters for civil de- weaknesses." so many feet high.'den. Charmed Circle .

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Strom Thurmond of South Carolina Carolina also say Thurmondwill South Carolina, ran for the I lady .
will bolt the Democratic bolt the Democrats.The Senate in 1950, but lost to Sen, neck slipon, topped by a
party tonight and become a Olin D. Johnson, a Democrat. I nIt bulky Orion acrylic "V" ;
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Barry Goldwater for president, comment Washington, said: "I reporter will neither for against Democratic nomine e with the vest. Then, add Lamp)'s.
according to several sources. Edgar A. Brown in the genera:11 straight Wool Flannel.
Thurmond, who carried South deny nor confirm any speculation election and was elected to th seat lined skirt.
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decision in a television speech chairman, J. Drake Edens, Republicans for the Democrats, -; -S
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By BOB MEEKER over US-27,..which has been .
open damaged.The being sandbagged but. is still
.San Staff Writer County Sheriff's Dep- and pastures have been de-
throughout the flood.stage. crest is expected to peak open and is expected to remain
uty L. C. Strickland stroyed.
.Flood watersof the Santa Fe reported
Cloutier said US41 is still near Fort White Saturday.
River are receding at High so.US27 SR-47 under water at the Santa
In Dixie
closed and will be for'some White Springs reported 35.44 is open at Branfor County, Steinhatcheeis Water
Springs today ,as the crest time. feet on the Suwannee at 2 a.m. and is not expected to close, ac- Fe River and US-129 closed and still cut off but supplies are Comparisons I
moves toward the junction with today and a crest of 37 feet is cording to responsible observersin under four feet of water just being boated in and evaucees
the Suwannee ,and that river "No estimate of damage has forecast for Friday at that po that citySuwannee north of Trenton. He said the are coming out by boat. In FeetSuwannee (

begins,Jo Jeel'.the': flood ..stagesin been made as.yet but most riv- sition. 'County Sheriff's bridge on US-129 over the in'e

its upper reaches. erbank homes have been flood J. D. Thompson, with the Deputy S. R. Lanier said all Santa Fe was eight feet above of Dixie County is process River

High Springs. City Clerk Lou ed out in that area.He said Poe State Board of Conservation at major roads out .of Suwann e e high water early today. ulace inoculating with the entire pop- .

Cloutier said waters-'are going Springs! is completely under wa- White Springs said the bridgeon County over the Suwannee river SR-232 is still under water in ,shots to guard typhoid against and polluted tetanus Station Previous High Predicted High Day

down with just a few inches ter and.many homes.have been US-41 over the Suwannee is are open at the present time. Gilchrist County and most crops I water. October 1948 September 1964
I White Springs 36.65 37 Friday

: -Oiaiutsuil1e: Sun Ellaville Branford Wilcox (US-19)) 40.88 34.07 22.32 30 27 17 Tuesday Tuesday Friday

Santa Fe River/Suwannee River Santa Fe River

High"Springs 15.71 21 Today

,Wednesday, September 15, 1964 Gainesville Sun 13 EDITION I Fort White (SR-47)) 13.7 17.6 SaturdayThe

1948 records are furnished by the Water Resources

Division of the U. S..Geological Survey, Ocala. Predictions
I II of high water are furnished by the U. S. Weather Bureau's
I River Forecasting Center in Augusta..

Their Homes 1" 'Runneth Over' .



; On Santa Fe:, at Poe Springs 24/1 EllavilleOFri.: Live0. ka wFlite 37 Frr. .; iN'(

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N.x7roNyA..v. By BUZZ MIXSON r the families that have lived in {
Sun Area Editor them had evacuated. t

a. HIGH SPRINGS-The "Cups"of People' who lived at P o e ..,
." .v some 13 families who residein Springs, began leaving their 71
homes Sunday. They either had
the Poe Springs area west
;" a. their furniture
and other be-
of ,
High Springs "runneth over.
longings hauled out by van or

This Biblical expression today stowed them in the ceilings of Branford.
applies literally to these fam- their houses.

x. 4 ilies, who have had to leave One lady bemoaned the fact 2.7'TUC.5SJL22Map FQ wh to s,
r: v'' _.. w their homes flooded by the N ,
U that a grand piano had been i76 3o
r qlf4
Sin' Ft,' surging Santa Fe River.It .
left in her flooded home.

S 1 applies, too, to some five Many of the Poe Springs resi-

or six families who have had dents gathered at the water's

to leave trailers and a motel edge yesterday. Some had come .

r adjacent to the bridge over the back to see if they could as- '

Santa Fe on U.S. Highway 441 sess the damage to th e i r Sprig

north of High Springs. homes. By boat they made

The y all have a n "abun- their way up tree-lined drive-

dance". But it is an abundance ways and inspected their .

of brown-colored water, slosh- homes, some of which were 'up .
ing away in their homes. to the eaves in water.

The Santa Fe, which has
Despite their discomfort and
r 17 TUe5.
reached record heights, as it
property losses, the Poe Springs
spread out and invaded the
people maintained an air o f
surrounding terrain like a watery -
cheerfulness. Instead of chat-
: : "horde," was lapping at
ting over the back fence, the
the tops of the guard rails on
neighbors stood in water and .
the U.S. 441 bridge north of
exchanged bits of news from
., .+ ,? .'-.r ,'y:,K'N'Q,:<' < .C: a,,F" .tA.n': do.CV!,:>+' High Springs yesterday.The here and there. ) of the Suwannee
and Santa
( A. : i. :FdN.YP tdK : ti .i One elderly lady splashing predicted
traffic, and the bridge approachon cresting heights.. .
., .. .. through the, water with dress ,.
Rtl.Yi -+ .. the north side "
: ,, ii'l.tti< \ i "J <1.{ was reported
t' p "
n N.AN : x63BkH ekaaeca d@1F up out of the dampness,
Motel Or Boat-tel? washed out. said cheerfully that she had become -
A motel owned by Tom Can- accustomed tot h e Bradford Union Counties

Instead of being a mecca for motorists, the Santa Fe Motel on U. S. 441 non and several other businesses "barefoot" style prevalent at ,

north of High Springs yesterday was more like a haven for fish and other deni- were "waist deep" in water. Poe Springs.

zens of the deep. The condition was brought about by the flooding Santa Fe Five house trailers up the river
The waters of the Santa Fe
River which runs past the motel. a ways were awash, antIt's Schedule Typhoid Shots
and. Poe Springs" rose rapidly,
oegmning sunaay.
One lady-said that she loadeda
State Funds
'.sw 7 trailer in her yard Sunday,, STARKE Dr. A. Y. Coving- taking the vaccine are urged to from other areas, he said.

hauled the belongings to High ton, health officer for .Bra d- consult their private physician.Dr. Dr. Covington further recom-

Help Fair Springs, returned right away ford and Union counties, announced Covington said all mea- mended that families take every
and found the spot where she today that, as a precautionary sures are being taken to pro- precaution against consump
had loaded the trailer covered measure, typhoid immunizations tect municipal water supplies tion of contaminated foods. This
In Bradford fi. with water. will be made availableat Shallow and deep wells
the applies to all foods that would
following locations: may have been contaminatedby
Another woman said she had I Brooker, Farmer's Market, both surface and under- normally be refrigerated. Fro
STARKE Plans for expansion decided to cook hamburgers zen foods which have thawed
I Thursday, 9-11 a.m.; ground means due to the ex-
of Bradford County jy\ .. ?tnMe. a instead of having the usual Sunday Hampton, City Hall, Thursday tensive flooding of privies, should not be refrozen, the doctor

Fair facilities! here are being fare, and as she preparedthe 2-4 p.m.; septic tanks, and raw sewage : advised.
meal, the water rose into .
pushed along, following approval ,rte.' up Lawtey, Cith Hall, Friday, 9-
H 4 her kitchen.
of :the release of $18,000 in k a 11 a.m.;

state funds for the improve % ; Homes flooded in the Poe Starke, B r adford C ou nty LevY,4-Hers Hold-

ments.' Springs area include those owned Health Dept, Wednesday, 9-11
by: Dicky Stringer, C. G. a.m. and 1-4 p.m. and Friday,
Arch Thomas Jr., presidentof Summers, W. H. Isbell W. E. 1-4 p.m.; Show Despite Dora

the Bradford County Fair ; Gaddis, Ralph Longman, Mrs. Raiford, new post office, Wed
Association,'said yesterday that .. Bertha Kennedy, Arthur Gardner nesday, 12-3 pjn.; ':

the $18,000 grant, approved Fri- J. W. Wilson, Barry Mc Providence, Community Cen- BRONSON The Levy County Ramona Swilley's birds when

day by the State Agricultural Allister, M. H. Wilson, E. G., ter, Thursday, 10-12 a.m.; I Courthouse lobby was turned Robert Richards b o u g hi.- ,
'Fair Committee; would be added y, Cann (occupied by Tom Mill- Worthington Springs Com- into a poultry show ground them at $3 each for the Farm/5

to $25,000 in local funds for saps), G. W. McCall and Dr. munity Center, Thursday, 2-4, Saturday as 4-H members presented er's Mutual Exchange in Trfip*
project. J. H. their pullets on sched is.'
the expansion "M+ Dowdy. p.m.; ton. : fJ

The Fair Association had applied The Santa Fe was reported Lake Butler, Health Department ule.Backlash from Hurri Holmes Insurance Agency g lT*

for $25,000 in state funds, receding in the High Springsarea Friday, 9-11 a.m. and 1-4 Dora caused cane Bronson bought the gral&;
one casualty to
but there was only about $100- this morning.One pjn. the show but Duane Goods on, champion pen of five, pay rjiJ
000 left in current appropriations of the Poe Springs residents Dr. Covington advised that unable to get his birds in be- $2.50 per head. The res e rv
divided six the these immunizations offered champion pen went to .fu. Jacfc*
to be among yesterday expressed are cause of high water, was awarded
Frazier bid
applicants-far funds. hope she would be able to move primarily for families with individual a white ribbon and $6 for his $2.35 head.of Williston, who ,
back into ,her: home by week's wells which may have efforts'anyway. a :;
end. There was bit a scoffing I been contaminated. At present, Other buyers of two or more
previously a Slight Step DownBuddy by neighbors at this wishful I he said, it is recommendedthat had Donald the grand Andrews champion, Chiefland birds,, pens included Farmers Mutual ,..

under the ,fair ,building program thinking.Brotherhood. ,all drinking water which Exchange of Chiefland, represented i
him blue ribbon and
bringing a '
were given first priorityin Isbell, looks through a window of the home of his parents in the does not come from a safe municipal $13. by Leonard Griffin."
request for funds. The Brad- Poe Springs area. To enter the house now, would be a slight step down. The supply should be 'boil The other birds sold for $1.85to

ford group had already received ,. house sets three feet off the ground on pillars, but this did not prevent the ed for 20 minutes or disinfected Sammy Cobb, Bronson, took $2.50 each.
$25,000 to which a like Santa Fe water from encroaching. (Sun photos by Buzz Mixson, with 'assist by adding one teaspoon of the reserve champion h o n ors Lester Kalch, poultry man
amount was.added to construct form boat paddler Buddy Isbell) Elects OfficersIn Clorox or a similar producttone for a blue ribbon and $13. with the Agricultural Extension

three 60 by 100-foot buildings on gallon' of water. A third blue ribbon and $13 Service served as Judge and
the Starke fair grounds. Williston These preventive measures went to Ramona Swilley of auctioneer for the event. s.

CD CHIEF ESTIMATES have been planned in conjunc- Bronson. The show was held under the

Thomas said that T. C. Skinner WILLISTON The Brotherhood ion with the physicians in Bradford I Red ribbons and $10 prizes I'direction of Levy County Associate

engineer with the Agricul- of the First Baptist Churchof and Union counties. Vaccine were won by Faye Sache Pat, Agent Jim Estes and

tural Extension Service, would Dora Costs Million Williston elected officers atthe will be available from all Swilley, Tommy Havens, Steve 1 Home Demonstration Agent Pat
meet with the Fair Association Clay $ Monday night meeting at the private physicians in these coun- Dean Joe Markham and Rus- Feiler.

next week to draft final plans church. ties. Persons who have any sel Meeks. Cash awards and ribbons were

for the expansion of the exist- I Elected for the new church question as to the advisability of I Top auction money went to I'I'I presented by Carl Holt of the

ing fair buildings. Chance said these "Initial" ported Chance said. I year were Carl Reddick. president Gainesville Sears Store spon-

Planned, said Thomas, is County E. 'I "tentative" conclusions I I The CD director said that 11 ; W. E. Carswell, vice: Plan to Hold State ExamsIn sors A Sears of 'the sponsored event. barbeque
Ray were reached after consultation president; Milo Smith, secretary -
doubling ,the size of the present public shelters were open during chicken dinner followed the
building to providefor with.area CD Directors William and treasurer; E. V. Medley Williston Bronsonfrom
livestock the Hurricane and that 1, Show.
perty -
ihow-rmg"and horse stalls Beam and Austin Drinkwaterand program chairman; Otis ,
a ; at $1 state and offi 400 persons took refuge in these Carter-stewardship leader; Jim i
paneling;:No.- exhibit build- : cials. county city shelters. He said one shelter Senteriftt, World M'i ions' lead- BRONSON Branson and the high school principals, in SkirtsPARIS
ing, installing a floating ceiling and first aid station is beingmaintained Williston will be the scene of must be completed before examination
A. D. Christian
complete er; Courtney,
equipping the ,kitchen andproviding at Middleburg for examinations for the S tat epawardspro time and,those desir-
fountains include During the peak of the storm, Witness leader; and Franklin (AP) Cops in skirts
drinking ; expand $300,000.'I to take the exams must
include tric and Chance reported approximately flood evacuees in that area. Stanley, R. A. leader.: am ing notify appeared on Paris streets for
No. '3. building Tuesday Oct. 20.Examinations .' the high school,principal or
80 of electrical the first time Tuesday.
cent -
restroom facilities. In a and per 80 cent of tele-power In concluding his report, : Guest speaker at the meeting for white students the office of Levy County School
buildings cost per Chance recommended that all was Dan Laird, youth minister will be given at the Supt. ,A. E. Mikell by Monday, About 15 women are practic-
The original phones out.
Thomas said, low-up state, county and city personnel of the First Baptist Church Levy County Farm Bureau Oct. 19.Students. ing with regular traffic police
just over $50,000, rector Chance said there were no re- civic organizations and the of Gainesville, who spoke on the Building,in Bronson. Negro.students taking the exams men. If they provide they can
and some:"$9,000 in equipmentand to ports of deaths caused by Hurricane !general public "be commendedfor importance of giving teenagersthe will take the exam 'at the make sense out of Paris traffic
facilities; had, to, .be' ,omit- vices Dora and Vocational School must report to their respective task for
only two first outstanding performance of chance to choose after being RBiston in not an easy anyone
ted.because of ,a shortage of ed the aid cases, neither serious. No ,duties and cooperation during! presented both sides of a '. II II'Williston. I examination. centers- by 8:30 they may go to v rk pq a
funds-at-the-time.* erty at other health problems were re- ,this disaster. problem. w I Application blanks, secured jn. Tuesday, Oct..20. regular basis.

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By FRANK.LTTSKYZt coach of the United States'aminations, and he worked. out 0:42.9 for 440." Luck disagrees.' He will be Luck.. I runner from Yale( teach American runners everything .

; LOS ANGELES Wendell Olympic team. I'I only once. He had enough basic A new watch was'fused when rooting, for his. American team--, Divided Loyalty I "Until June," said the Giegenr I knew about how to beat

Mottley of Yale had just won Tall And,.Astute speed to win the intercollegiate Mottley took his first time tri mates, he says, and he also will Giegengack would appear to gack, sidestepping smartly without Wendell Mottley" of Trinidad at
:: the 1963 intercollegiate quarter. Giegengack is a tall, astute, quarter-mile in 0:47, but he was I al here. His time was 0:45.3, be rooting for everyone else -. be a victim of divided loyalties. breaking stride, "I;tried 1g 400 meters.
-* mile championship. A losing man who could swap wise- so out of condition that he i and only two men in the world "especially Wendell." Whom does he root for his teach Wendell Mottley of Yale (Arthur Daley, who regularly
runner shuffled toward his!cracks with Groucho Marx. Two sprawled across the finish line have bettered it this year. Significantly Mottley says Trinidad has no, Amrican runners from South-. everything I knew about how to writes Sports of the Times, is on
winner who looked like los-
coach waiting for a bawling-out of his favorite people are Luck, a a both did it last Satur- 400-meter hurdler, so he can I em California, Arizona State beat the Americans at 400 me- vacation. ..., .. .
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that you couldn't let e y, married Janice Bain in Trinidad world's record, and ;,.: : :
...' get away from you." est of friends. They have train- and missed the National Williams running second in -.. .......-.
..-. "Coach said the-runner, ed together for three years, and Collegiate and Amateur Athletic 0:45. Mottley watched that race: / :

.n_. rich in analysis but shaky on they have the deepest respectfor Union national champion- and was impressed. % ( .';,'?''-c-" ...
grammar, "He don't wait. each other as individualsand ships. Now he is training again, I
athletes. Giegengack shares "When Larrabee turned on his
and he is that t
don't getting sharp
Wendell Mottley still so
.. that admiration and respect.He drive at the top of the stretch,I
wait. After an indoor track he must again be rated among
have almost!
he seemed to
like an
treats them sons.
the favorites for the
.I"j season that saw world records Olympic
,n Last winter, Mottley smashedthe unfair advantage, Mott ley i
and outdoor that 400-meter run.
fall an season
world indoor records for 440 said. "1 was waiting for him to
him fall flat his face
saw on and 600 yards and tied the record Two weeks ago, Mottley ran a' tire but he never did. I respect I 3'
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preparing represent
'I>> for 500 yards. Outdoors, he: quarter mile by himself on the Larrabee and Williams. I respect -
his native Trinidad in the Olymr -
I had his finest hour- really two, Yale track, never leaving' the everyone. I've just got to
-- pics. The Yale football playersH hours in the hep t,a g o n a j I I third lane. His time was 0:45.9, get into top shape and not thinkof
threw him off his New Haven
championships. He won his: miraculous under the circumstances the competition. It's the
track, so he has stopped here, h
quarter-mile heat in 46.9 second s I but no one was really Olympics, and you've got to go
en route to Tokyo, to work out.
*= Mottley is one of three Tokyo; and the final in 0:46.1: and then sure what the time meant. all-out and run your own race."I \

bound Eli trackmen in town. ran a mile relay anchor leg in Same Time 20 Meters ;

The others are Jay Luck and 0:45.9. "The watch was invented c---"..I.,
Bob Giegengack. Luck is a fa- Studying For Finals about the same time as Yale," Mottley's race is to blast for 1I 1--- ii
vorite in the Olympic 400-meter The slender, curly. haired l said Luck. "It was the same 20 meters and pray for 200. It h1 .

hurdles. Giegengack is the Mottley spent most of the next: one that once caught Wendell in has worked for him, but critics I .' ,

say it might not work in the g;< .4- .

Olympics 400, which has potentially 1

more talent than any other :

race at Tokyo. Williams, for ,!
one, doesn't think Mottley will 4 '
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__. Three weeks\ago Florida's Gators gathered for their an- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Coach Charles McClendon ofLouisiana

nual picture-taking session, a day prior to actual start of Most southeastern conference SoUtJ lfaS m: : State was disappointed -
fall football drills. -- coaches have been easing off in with the listless performanceof

practice as opening day approached Comerenoo his players and said he hoped
Coach Ray Graves treated the visiting scribes and lens- but not Vanderbilt'sJack a they will "get ready before it's

men to a dinner, spoke of UF. chances,. hopes and prob Green. ounlup: : too late." he found satisfaction
lems. He found errors in the Com only in the play of the Chinese

.' rtL- :i modores' play when full-speed and high during Bulldog prac- Bandits, the third unit or spe-
If memory serves, a breakdown at that tune, Aug. 26, drills got underway. The result tice sessions cial defensive squad. .

was like this: 1964 Bronson was'a record long practice ses- Tulane coach Tommy O'Boyle Mississippi State coach Paul

Assets-Good core of experienced players. Great running EaglesPictured sion of four hours and 20 min- expressed concern over his: Davis alternated quarterbacks

linemen in ends Charles utes on team assignments'Tues team's mental attitude. "Afterour Jim McBride and Ashby Cook
Larry Dupree. Outsanding above in the latest edition of the Bronson Eagles. Seated (L-R) are enthusiastic workout Monday with the first unit in a passing
Casey and Barry Brown, tackle Dennis Murphy and center Glyn Holmes, Roger Crews Charles Webb John Griffin Dale and day.Green "I
Davis Joe said some players I was disappointed today, drill. Davis said chances: are
Roger .Pettee. Fine crop of sophomores, led by quarterback Welman. Second row-Steve Bird, Tom Havens, Paul Boettcher, Fred Shaw, didn't know what they were supposed said O'Boyle, who sends his: slim that center Pat Watson,

i Stev. .Spurrier..Fine: kicker in Hal Seymour. Wayne Meeks, Luther Williams. Third row-Larry Lee, Horace Moody, Louis to do. ,"I'm glad this happened Green Wave against defending: who broke his hand last week,
Gilbert, Bill Schossler, Leslie Jordan and :Morris Moody. today and not Saturday," national champion Texas Satur-will see action in the opener'
DebHsj Murderous schedule. Lack of line depth at guard '
, he said. "Maybe the length of day. against Texas Tech.
position..; More 'schedule headaches with Mississippi State, time we spent on the practice

Louisiana State and Alabama, three highly-regarded conference field will impress some of our

foes, all on the road. Wednesday.Sept. players of the task coming: (the
r 16, 1064 opening game with Georgia I
i UF Unanimous
,Now, ,three days away from Southern Methodist, how has Page : Tech.)" I

the picture changed? ''I Afterwards, Green surmised

Perhaps in this manner. that the practice was "A bit
long, I suppose," but wen
Assets-Dupree: to get help from John Feiber, Graham Mc- spent. Pick to Bea.tSMU

Keel, Don Knapp and, Marquis Baeszler. Jimmy Jordan to FLORIDA HEAVY WORK( "Sign of Life"

give UF another-. deluxe pass, receiver to go along with Casey. Elsewhere, Alabama coach'
Paul Bryant said that for the

OVER first time he saw "a sign of SaturdayByJOEHALBERSTEIN
r FOR THIS WEEKFlorida's
life" in his squad. "I thought

we had a, little better practice

I today, and a little bit more Sun Sports Editor
leg Gators.
have had it-all the weary!1eaV'workCoach life," he said. "There has been The eyes of Texas, and Florida, too, are going to be on

Ray Graves and his .'.>r less. old genuine down to earth Florida Field Saturday when the Gators take on Southern
4 .
aides dish .4 ,tig Y&m,nw... effort,.I believe, than any team Methodist in an opening football game.
are going to out for ji.k"div iaa
'he Saturday opener here with I've had. And,- in order to see if all the things they say about
Southern Methodist. Auburn scrimmaged briefly Texas really are true, the Guestperts starting off the 1964
against Houston plays and guessing parade are a trio of Lone Star State natives
Larry Gagner, moved from tackle, bolsters guard corps., Kick- I The Gators went through a coach Ralph Jordan was more transplanted to Gainesville and the Sunshine State.

king game improves with Spurrier's pin-point coffincorner rugged session again Tuesday, satisfied with defensive goal-line They are Dr. Richard T. Smith, head pediatrician at the
two h o u r of headknockingwith
work added boosts. s play. University of Florida Medical Center; Mrs Lamar Roberts, a
to Spurrier's
Seymour's long rapid
emphasis on goal line defense i/ !
Kentucky held a short work- real football fan; and Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell, pastor of
improvement at quarterback gives assurance that starter and offense in the formof out, stressing passing and short the First Methodist Church.

Tom Shannon will have assistance. Last year's defensive a scrimmage with the B : yardage plays before slowing

record, one of the nation's top 10, looks better. Pass defense squad. down for the rest of the week. Sunperts
Graves said the weariness, Coach Charley Bradshaw said< Vying as Sunperts this season will be yours truly, as-
appears tough. after two hard days this week end Jim Komara will miss the sistant sports editor Nis Nissen and Benny Cason, Sun

Debits. Murderous schedule. Unchanged anywhere from trying' to make up for loss of opening game with Detroit special assistant on Gator games this year.

original look perhaps worse now that Ole Miss, Alabama practice time last week when And this first week of play gives the, Texas Guestperts a
Kicking Drive chance to ride tall in the saddle. In addition to UF-SMU
Hurricane Dora blew in
and Auburn have been rated No.1 No. 6 and
z kickoffs Auburn
obvious. Tennessee emphasized hosts Houston, Mississippi State plays Texas Techat
: No. 8 in pre-season poll. Plus LSU in top 20. Hurricane n> .and kickoff coverage be- Lubbock and Tulane is host to Texas.So .

t; Dora. Cost Gators four valuable days of practice. I No Wind Sprints cause coach Doug Dickey said out of all this, what happened. Five of the six pickers
The Gator head coach did the Vols opening opponent "al- went right down the line with favorites in
every game.
E. About 4 p.m. Saturday all the assets and debits will boll with wind sprints at the 1. : f'a The
away ways does a real good job on only king-size Texas pick in the whole kit and kaboodle

:..;. down mainly to these:. close of drills yesterday. He 4 arnf :, y 'rqt. kickoff returns." went to Dr. Smith. (Oh, baby! He did pick one). The good
Assets-One victory. also said the rest of the week After a limited contact drill, doctor likes Texas Tech to upset Mississippi State.
would be ,devoted to taperingoff ''n Mrs Georgia coach Vince Dooley said
:: Debits-One defeat. for the Mustangs. t Mac Right In Step
w punter
he is counting on
But he's right in step with the
unanimously, Gators to
"We've done all the of
heavy Faircloth to take off some
win from the
work we can do," Graves said.'We're Alabama Mustangs, the Longhorns to roll over Tulane
Words These the against
:-- Rough pressure and Auburn to topple Houston.It's .
tired and we have to Faircloth who aver-
....- Saturday. the same verdict, 6-0, for Florida State over Miami,
-....... One of the onlookers at a Gator'drill this week was Russ regain give the the players spring a in chance the to ir aged 38.2 yards last in year the for SEC the, rAlabama! over Georgia Kentucky over Detroit, Tennessee

:::: Brown, fine UF end last season. Brown has returned to legs." fifth best average. long over Chattanooga, Mississippi over Memphis, State and Georgia -
has been booming punts
::=: school for six hours of study needed for his degree. highlights Tech over Vanderbilt.So .
Among Tuesday's
... that's it for a starter. Here's hoping those Texan
-- So it was like a bolt from the blue to pick up a copy were a session on defense when Guestperts lasso the big pick-the Gators, naturally.

of The Canadian Football News, sent to this desk weeklyever the varsity stopped a B squada Tate Slates
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dozen straight times from six n ".,...
= since Perry Moss left FSU for Montreal some five yards out.Florida's. Guestperts vs. Sunperts
=:, years ago, and read this. We quote: offense showed more QUARTERBACK STEVE SPURRIER Brief DrillUnder .

spa r k le. Quarterbacks Tom Zeroes in on Targets in Gator Drills .
."When last seen he was headed back to Fish Earing Creek, e I =
Shannon and Steve Spurrier hit This o Ti c
= Fla., to work in a dairy, but football historians will be able their targets somewhat better. LightsMIAMI Week's '. : r'E: : .E.GI. -E i.I: :":: I

::: to record. ears from .now that Merrell Russell Brown was Timing on the running game of 4J : -fl 4J c... c
(APUniversity) .. C 0
:-: a key man In the rehabilitation of Winnipeg Blue Bombers, continued to s how improve- Constellation ; miami coach Charlie Tate. Games C t- JJGators So 41Gators zzGators'*- '=- CQ c"4JQ u

=:: 1964. ment. scheduled a brief workout un- GATORS

w- "Brown played college football at Florida U and was good Most will of-today be devoted and Thursday'swork to rehash- der the Orange Bowl light Tues- SMU Gators GatorsAuburn Gators
his football -
enough to rate a long look by the Washington Redskins. ing every phase of offense and Races toWin day to prepare FSU Miami
squad for their season opener FSU FSU FSU FSU
=. when Grant coach Bud defense the kicking etc. FSU
He came to Winnipeg (Winnipeg game, with Florida State Saturday.The 'Bama -
Grant) sent out his SOS for reinforcements, and he didn't One of the major items that Georgia 'Bama 'Bama 'Bama 'Bama 'Bama
has received attention in UF Seminoles snuffed out the 'Bama
last a week. He was slow and he looked like a young man By SID MOODY time in ring-around-the-rosey Auburn -
drills has been onside kickoffs. NEWPORT Hurricanes' wind last year 24-0. Houston
R.I. AP The Auburn
( ) Auburn
who'd rather bottle milk than catch passes so he passed maneuvering."I Auburn Auburn AuburnKy.
.quickly into oblivion." Apparently, more teams are resorting British pride themselves. on Tate named his starting 'line Ky.
to this maneuver for never having lost a war. was getting giddy," up against the seminoles for thee Detroit Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. .

That's pretty rough treatment even from a NATO ally. recovery of the ball at crucial They've never won an Ameri cracked Scott. Bavier had th opener. Playing end will be Ole Miss Ole Ole 01. Ole Ole 01.

Actually, Brown got to Winnipeg with severely pulled leg points in a game. Odds favor ca's Cup, either, and they may windward berth and althoughSovereign game Captain Fred Brown andto Mem. St. Miss Mist Mill Miss Miss Miss
muscles, couldn't run to. start with and never got into a recovery six tunes in 10 on the need their finest yachting hourto was in free air I Tom Coughlin; Gene Trosch and Miss. St. Texas Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. "Miss.--
practice with the Blue Bombers. short kick. take the trophy to the home it leeward, Constellation soon Ed Krazewski will be at tackle; T. Tech Tech State State State Stat. Stat.
The National BroadcastingCompany's crept ahead forcing the challenger Tenn. -
and Frank Beck
The writer Jack Matheson went to note the Bombers left, so far for good, 114 years Fred
television crew will to tack to get free of the will play guard; and center will C'nooga Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn.
looked at a dozen more players after Brown and came up arrive Thursday to set up for ago.Constellation leader's slipstream. Blanchard.Bob Tulane -
be Norman
with a back. Bob Reed, released by the Minnesota Vikingsbut the regional showing of the UF- the defender of Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas
ODe who gives promise of being the fastest runner in SMU clash. NBC will have a the New York Yacht Club, From then on the defender Biletnikof. and Rick Swan Vandy Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. -cGo. ;;:--
pro football, north or south of the 54-40 line. test Friday. The game will not showed the waterborne equiv- turned it on, pointing as high wilt share quarterbacking du Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech

be blacked out .in this area. alent of her heels Tuesday to and sometimes higher than ties. Running back will be Ran-
So even if Canada thought little of the Gators' Brown, fans I Sovereign and faster. Consensus: Gators. FSU Alabama. ..
Sovereign, the English challenger travelling Earth Russell Smith will be Auburn Kentucky,
in these still remember of those fantastic dy ; Mississippi, Miss. State,
parts some Tennessee
cf the Royal Thames Yacht On only one of the legs, a broad back and Bob Banaszakwill Georgia Tech.
catches he pulled in during his three-year UF career. Andif BIG WORK Club. But the British spurned reach to the third mark, did! wing ;
it will make Russ feel better I play
: Constellation
their right for a..day's.postponement not fail to increaseher

Canada. Our dollar's worth more than yours is now. So OVER FOR and will go at Constella- margin. Orioles Have Survived

there, too. tion again this afternoon.The J I

Monday(HHr Joe Wednesday Halbersteln and on.Friday Gator). Sports Time, Station WCCG 5:" p.m. on BIG FIVE to each closestthe other. after two yachts the start got Joe Harris: Numerous Crisis in AL

Tuesday was at a postracenews '

The big work is over for area conference attended by Starts GridPredictions : F. BALTIMORE (AP) If the "How can you use 19 players
high school football teams and Eric Ridder and Bob Bavier, :.! .," Baltimore Orioles win the I and still only get one run?"

IAMERICAN all attention has been turned toward the U.S. 12-meter's helmsmen, American League pennant, it J Bauer asked Tuesday after Rich

opening games Thursd a y and Peter Scott, the man at the ; will almost be anti-climatic. It's Rollins doubled to tie the game

and Friday nightGainesville wheel of Sovereign.All { .'.".d ." already a miracle that they still in the seventh and tripled to

High School goes I three complained about football ;!:t are in first place. I I drive home the winning run in
Joe Harris national
to Jacksonville Lee in the Ga- :;
( interference from the spectatorfleet the ninth.
Manager Hank Bauer and his
for the 23
LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUEW. tor Bowl); P. K. Yonge hosts (as ancient a complaint in prognosticator past battling crew have survived
w. 1. Pet. G... .. years, starts his 1964 predic- a Over the past 24
L. Pet. G. Orange Park at Citizens Field, cup history as the weather) and games,
number of crises'and somehow
'altlmon es 60 .395 Philadelphia M 57 .407 tions Thursday in the Sun. Oriole
Chicago .17''a1 .511 1New' St. Louis S3 63 .SM .4 .Santa Fe is on the road to-Madison aH said they were encouraged. !lave managed to the pitchers have allowed an
stay near
York' 77 U 31 71 .Se7 sea lien 14Datron Cincinnati San Francisco 31 7* 45 is JSS.54t1 TV* Starke is' at home 'w I t hMacdenny' "Because we won," said Harris is considered one thenation's -' top of the pack.. : average of only 2.84 earned
Los Angeles 76 72 .514 12 Pittsburgh 74 70 nil> 13Vi and Lincoln 'treks.,to Ridder. foremost grid authori- runs, with eight starters going
Cleveland Minnesota. 72 7376 72 .soo Al U Uloston Milwaukee Los Angeles 73 74 71 72 'J10 303 U 14 Jacksonville Thursday 'eight to ties-and his outstanding 82.9 ,;.. On Aug. 23, after taking threeof the route. But during the same

4S 1u oCt 23W"'ngton Chicago 44 71 ...*. im meet.Northwestern. EncouragingAnd per cent accuracy' record : four from Chicago the Orioles span, Baltimore hitters show
51 .311 3IWJ Houston JOE HARRIS
Kansas City J4 t2 ..370 33 New York 4t 59 M M .401.331 >30 t .GHS worked on everything said Scott, "the most I bears this out His predictions led the White Sox by 1% games dismal .214<< batting
Grid Prognosticator : average.
Tvisdar's Results Tuesday's Results I yesterdayCoach Jim Niblack encouraging thing for us was I will be weekly feature in the and the New York Yankees by
Los Angeles 7. New York 0 Chicago 4. Cincinnati 1 reported. "We had a dry run she didn't beat us by any I ive. The Orioles made seven hits
Minnesota 2. Baltimore 1 St. Louis 11-3 Milwaukee 4-1 Sun.Harris I
Chicago 3. Detroit 2. 11 Innings Philadelphia 1. Houston S on- assignments We'll taper more." I possesses a keen, ana-! Calgary Wins Counting the second game I Tuesday, but left five )"unners
Boston I. Kansas City-0 San Francisco 3. New York 1 I
Washington at Cleveland, postponed, Los Angeles 5, Pittsburgh 3 off from now on. We didn't have Nonetheless there wasn'tmuch lytical mind with plenty of good I loss in the Aug. 23 doubleheader stranded in scoring position.
rain Today's Games any leg snap at all. Our boys to cheer about in the:I foresight.aDd',he backs it up On Field Goal Baltimore has dropped 13 of

TN";' GamesMinnesota New York Stallartf. *-,. at San Francisco ire tired British camp at Constellation'smargin with a pehnomenal memory Z4 decisions. But even after
Bunker 14-4 Pascval, night U-ll t Baltimore Perry Maloney llCincinnati 13-10 it Chicago P. K. Yonge. worked: en de at the finish of the 24.3- He not only can recall 'the HAMILTON Ont (AP) :losing to the Minnesota Twins 2- FSU Mentor

LM Barton Angeles 15-13 Brunet M ot New York. Philadelphia BuM 13-11 MahaJfey 1M at Houston. fense, had a dummy scrimmage mile opening race in the best-of- highlights, of hundreds of sporting Larry, _Robinson's, 24-yard field :LTu day night, the Orioles still
Chicago Peter Ira at Detroit Loiich lt-7 Bruce 13-*. night and tested assignments. CoachMike seven series. It ,was'5 minutes, events; but.also-can inform goal in the last quarter gave theCalgary I bold a onegame.advantage over Dissatisfied :
Washington S-S at Cleveland Nanm Siebert M3 wl*4 and Kreutzer Kra- St-,Louis Lemaster Richardson 14-11 ,3 J at Milwaukee Gutierrez said .the':Bl u e 34 seconds, which represents a you which side of the field each Stampeders a 20-18 I Chicago and are Hi ahead of

Kansas lick U-S.City J,Odom twl-nlght i-o at Soston Monbou- Pittsburgh, Ortega e-t LAW,_nightTwrsday's 1MJ. at Us Angeles Wave would taper off the restof distance of about a mile in the touchdown was scored. victory:over the Hamilton Tigers J I New York. .TALLAHASSEE (AP) :'- The'
ouette 10-13 ? the week: 10-knot west southwesterly Harris proved his ,consistent in a ;Canadian Football Despite .a 6-5 record ona Florida State University Semi

Thursdays Games Cincinnati at Chicago Games At Santa Fe, Coach Charlie winds that blew all 'sky blue accuracy on New: Year's Day League game Tuesday night., J recent road triP. Baltimore noles leave here Saturday mom
Only Los Angeles game scheduled.at New York, twilight Philadelphia at Los Angeles. N Roberts said his Rebels have afternoon on Rhode Island in 1949 by picking 10 out:of 10 It was Robinson's second field j increased its lead from a half- ing for Miami and the first football -

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYOFFS PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE ;finished their rough work. "We Sound. of the difficult games: ,Included goal of the game played before I ame to one full game. The game of the season.

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Arkansas 4. San Diego Finals.. Arkansas It-J: tried to coordinate everytii ing .Bavier 46-year-old advertiSing was the exact final score< of 25,121. J margin held again as the Ori-
Buffalo 4, Syracuse Semifinals 3. Buffalo trees best- best-<-7 series TEXAS l-a LEAGUE 'in our drill," he said. "We did manager for Yachting Northwestern's 20-14 viet_o 'ry The victory put.. Calgary in ()ies split a four-game ,weekend Coach Bill Peterson says he
.,f.J series 1-1 Flee a lot of running but we won't Magazine won the start after over California in the Rose first place in the ,western division Aeries; with Igst place Kansas dissatisfied with the training
IBM Rochester tMct-of-7 Jacksonville aerie H J Rochester Tulsa Ies tied 4,t-1 San Antonio X betKoM ,er- have any more contact work. the two yachts.circled for some I I BowL. (:="J. Program .

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DICK COUCH them one- percentage point Boston rookie Ed Connolly I Minnesota used six pitchers to

,.. Associated Press Sports Writer ahead of the Yankees, who trail fired a two-hitter against Kan. hold the Orioles, Al /orthington By once walked 144 men in one

- Eight percentage points the Orioles by seven points and sas City and the Red Sox getting the final out in the ninth in the, minors," said

.. Wanket the three American VA games. Chicago and Baltimore cracked 14 hits for an 8-0 victory often that 'This year he has

League pennant contenders each have 14 games left, in the only other game with the tying run on third base. eighth- but 53 passes in 253 in

today and it's more than a five less than New York. played. The .Washington-Cleve Rollins' ninth-inning triple off games. "Somebody told me

Chance happening. Chance, the league's top land game was rained out. Harvey Haddix, third of four Now whenever I throw, .I should

_M A good part of the credit, of winner and No. 1 Yankee killer, Bobby Richardson's infield Baltimore ,hurlers, followed a \ the at something.. You )know,

"' course belongs to Dean Chance, breezed to his 19th victory and' single in the fourth and OppoSe pinch single by Frank Kostro. destined a target.

the Los Angeles Angels' marvel- 10th shutout. I ing pitcher Al Downing's sev- National developed his slider

.ous right-hander whose two-hit, Rollins' seventh inning double.enth inning single were the only Back to back doubles by one year after he scored

'7-B: mastery of New York Tues- pulled the Twins into a l-l.tie at hits off Chance who lowered his rookie Jay Ward and Rollins in I Not t es 'with.Fresno in the

. .day night helped send the Yank- Baltimore and his triple in the major league-leading earnedrun the seventh matched the Ori 51ROiW industrious leagues. -

ees reeling into third place in ninth broke the deadlock. average to 1.49., He set LA oles' run in the third, fashionedon 1 _-'/ 6qip ,1 hander, triumph over Cincinnati

the flag race. Burgess, whom the White Sox season records of 253 2-3 innings a single by Jack Brandt, a %w.' Tuesday, his sixth straight. Four

But Minnesota's Rich Rollins, acquired from Pittsburgh Mon! pitched and 187 strikeouts Tues- sacrifice, intentional walk and but he the six hits he yielded

who drove in both runs in a 2-1 day in an inter-league waiver, day'night, fanning eight. Bob Johnson's RBI single.Chicago's majors to in the first two innings.

close call over Baltimore that deal, and Staehle, brought up Chance was locked in a 1-0 plateau the Reds to two hits

prevented the Orioles from Tuesday from their Indianapolisfarm duel with Downing, whose seven Martin opened the a WOMeN Neep Ol4& : G.R"I': GY''vVIN had 10 I rest of the way 'and said

padding their lead, rates a nod. club, delivered key hits in strikeouts boosted his league- 10th with a single off Wicker- / '& 9O'fH HANP60'" rAR1i-4J: 1"0 ".fl4EVI&41 1 the second inning he was
EO 'fHAi 'DU
sham who failed in his bid for NUCKLAR'e
So-do Smoky Burgess, a 37-year- their first league appearances. leading total to 196, until Joe V'-81.-EfI' HANPbPA&&UM A "fROJ-JGe Several as ,he had been earlier
No. 19. Martin reached
'dld AL "rookie," and Marv / Smoky's pinch hit homer off Adcock triggered a six-run ninth victory MORE GON1"IWI L. Pc111O1' L.EG 1 season when he blanked

Staehle, a first-time swinger, Tiger ace Dave Wickershamtied inning explosion with his 21st second on winning pitcher Hoyt eFrOR1"CMJWACfc I6 A"t'IMPAC'Ra.QUIRep: (10 6QUAR UP'1J.16 \ career 20 Reds on one hit.
Wilhelm's sacrifice bunt and
who lifted the Chicago White the score at 2-2 in the home run. Before the inningwas 0
Sox back into the second spot by eighth and Staehle's pinch hit' over Willie Smith had took third on a passed ball 060tAPJrt A/FtACK'6MI-fM"' C' YOU'PON.c.f' HAve J I IA He won 18
before Staehle Hkfg NOR/ fORgARMZ and last
came through
engineering a 3-2, 10-inning single in the 10th scored J. C. pinch-hit a bases-loaded triple t.-IKEi erfevePORE (-tW NK OCOPNe&; )/ r record
verdict over Detroit. Martin with the run that brokeit off reliever Hal Reniff and the with a hit to left.Throwing KNL1C0CLU ClOWN WITH A 6' ?ONf:1eR ORIF

-The White Sox', victory put up.State. Angels were home free.ALSO Error He
t9, JwA4. 5:4."6oJIr1 CfWR.YC win 20 his
.. Wickersham
checked the .

.: LIKES OLE MISS= I White Sox on one run and three seven go but

-- hits until Burgess homered I. 19Phillie "I was g. ''

the eighth. The Tigers, held to TicketsWil.l 0 than

: Claassen Picks Gators two hits through six innings by year Jackson,

Joel Horlen, scored both their
: with a .
runs' in the seventh with the cm&1LLIQUORS )

L To Top SMU in OpenerS. I help error.of Bill Don Freehan's Buford's infield throwing hit Be LimitedPHILADELPHIA son.compared"But

delivered the first run and the Award."I
needs lu
I other
on an infield out.
n AP-The) American League city, with the said

HAROLD CLAASSEN : Ole Miss is the darling of SOUTHWEST: North Texas Connolly, who had lost 10 iof lucky fans who obtain World.sixth and seventh returning to success to 114 S. Main St.

NEW YORK AP) They are the prognosticators before a 'State over Texas Western, his previous 12 decisions, held Series tickets for Philadelphia the National League city. his Phone 372-6951

playing college football under tackle has been made in earnest. Arkansas over Oklahoma State the Athletics hitless until the assuming the Phillies win the
liberalized substitution rules Mississippi State over Texas sixth, when Bert Campanersis iI
Oklahoma over Maryland
National will be
League flag
this-year but the new code Gomer Jones is the resident Tech, Ohio University over West doubled. The young southpaw Indian Directors Good Thru Sat.

dQi't have a thing to say genius at Oklahoma now and Texas State. struck out 12 KC batters and able to see perhaps only one

aboat forecasters who might be the Sooners will be going all out FAR WEST: Oregon over walk d five. game and, at best, two games
To Where
okay on offense but have absolutely -to make it a pleasant debut for Brigham Young, Montana over A four-run" fourth inning, under the club's ticket distribu- Stay

no defense 'at all when Pacific, Idaho, over San Jose climaxed by Felix Mantilla's26th tion plans.If .

their picks go awry. i him.Navy over Penn State: Penn State, Utah over New Mexico, homer, gave Connolly all the Series the full CLEVELAND AP) Cleveland Seattle, Time Is Money

With no protection from the State still hasn't found a quar- Stanford oyer Washington State. the offensive,support he needed. four goes will General Manager Gabe I Oakland.C SAVE
seven ,
games games Paul the has
lawmakers, here is the first says bright- Club TIME HERE
terback to replace the graduated -
be in .
played Philadelphia.But
trip: down Upset Gulch this I ened about the Indians' chancesof
Liske while still has
Pete Navy
the Phillies announced OPENS
sea$ n. -; I staying they are.
I Staubach. television
has Roger Tuesday night, ticket sale will a.m. to 10 p.m.
? $$issippi over Memphis Paul, largest single stockholder -the '
.. Texas over Tulane: The be limited to two sets of two Man. thru Thun.
in the American League
.. Green Wave is determined to tickets. ,The sets will be either ; sales in 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Night Game MINNESOTA BALTIMORE baseball club, said he met
beat Texas, last year's No. 1 KANSAS CITY- BOSTON brfc bl abrhbi for[ games one and seven or million. Frl.' end Sot.
informally Tuesday
6jUAJOR team, in the Longhorns' own '' IIIs'f abrhbi 4010 Mantilla:! 2b abrhbi S 1 2 2 Rollins Versa)les 3b ss J 4022 0 1 0 Adalr Aparlcio 2b ss 5000 3010 games two and six. Thus a fan directors of the club and all I Paul
sandbox but Causey 3000 Cnlgl'ro If 5030 Oliva rf 4010 Johnson Ib maximum of
: won't happen. Reynolds If 1010 Yasfskl cf 3110 Klllebi-w If 4000 Siebern Ib 0000 3011' can purchase a ,agreed they want the Indians to i Indians'
Colavito rf 3000 Stuart Ib 3000 J. tickets each for the first :
Hall cf two
LEAGUEVLEADE Missouri over California: Gentile Ib 2000 Malzone 3b 4221 Mincher Ib 3 4010 0 1 0 Bowens B.R"'n 3b 3010 ; .stay in Cleveland. expected
Remember when teams openedthe Stahl phMath'ws 1000 Thomas rf 4032 Battey C 4000 E.R's'n rf 3010 4000 and seventh game or two tickets million the Ic
cf 3000 Bressoud is 4110 Ward 2b 4l20nyierIf "They are willing to keep the
0000 and sixth
each for the
/ with breathers Charles 3b 2000 Tlllman
season ? c 2211 Ka.tp 2010 Brown
pn 1000 j learn
L Green 2b 3000 Connolly p 3111 Allison ph 10 00 Green'cf 0000 I games. The sets will be allotted here at a huge personal EXTRA
Washington over Air Force: Duncan 300O'D'ghue 0 Kostro ph 1010 sacrifice "
Orsino C 4020 said Paul, who took
86 Proof Blend
p 1000 of the Phillies. -
LEAGUE Grant at the discretion
AMERICAN pr 01 00 Saverine pr 0000!
Junior ,Coffey is the difference Alusik ph 1000 -
the club
Batting 375 at bat Ohvd. Minne-' Hanson, 1000 Brandt cf 2110, I over threeyears ago. $'
sota. .320_; Oliva.B. Robinson.Minnesota Baltimore.103: How.307. and what a difference. T.tals .28 0 :2 0 Totals 35 1147 Roberts Powell ph p 1000 1000 Seats 34,000 Paul once again repeated that First 3995th

ser.Runs Cleveland. 97. Kansas over Texas Christian: Kansas City ............... 000 000 000-0 Lau ph 1000' The w Phils play in Connie I tie has made commitment .
Runs batted In KHI rew. Minne Baste ................-,.i.. eoi 47* I0x-8 TtJaU 342112: : Totals 31 1 7 1Minnsoota : no to .
sota. 105 Stuart. Boston. 104. The Jayhawkers have a small e-Causey. DP-Kansas City 1. Boston ..,.,........... tot 000 Ml-1 Mack Stadium, which seats I move Cleveland to another ; SEAGRAM'S5S <
Hits, Baltimore_ Oliva. Minnesota.In., *195.* B.003..CO 500-I about 34,000 Under.{heir ticket ]home\despite what he called Keith W GIN
S ? -0 r/J1.?- is halfbaclTGaylelSayers is Conlgllaro Bressoud E-Rollins. DP-Baltimore 1. LOB the Phils
Doubles Bressood Doston" .' j; !' that Tlllman. Yastremski Malzone 2, Thom Minnesota 10. Baltimore ,. distribution plan, hope j rantastically attractive offers souri to 90 Proof
va.Triples Minnesota_ Versalles.38. Minnesota, 10; in prime condition. as. HR-Mantilla (26). S-Connolly.IP 28-Olive. Ward. Rollins B. Robinson.I more fans will be able to see at j from 10 or2 other cities trying
,. H R ERBBSO I 3B Rollins. SBVersalles.SRoberts, College $349.5th
Rollins.Home Minnesota.runs Killebrew, Minnesota. Syracuse over Boston College: O'D'ghue LM1 ?. 4 7 5 4 2 2 Slebern, Brandt. j least one game than was possi-I to get the franchise. this 0
1 Krausse : 1 3 2 2 1 0 IP H
,. Coach Ben Schwartzwalder has -- -- ERBBSO
10 Rollirs Minnesota.Killebrew, Minnesota. I Santiago .......... 2 2 ) 1. 0 2 Kaat ...?....:..... 6 5 1 1 2 S ble under the more-or-less What has made the offers of the
Home runs 34. Walley Mahle and Rich King. Sanders:..._.... 1 Q 0 0 1 2 Perry _........... 1231 0 0 1 3 standard distribution arrangements -
46; Powell. Baltimore. Baltimore. Con'ollYW3-10... f 20 0 512 Plels> I w 4-1 ....... u 0 0 0 0 0 I from such cities as Dallas, Tex., Memorial
Stolen bases Apariclo i Krausse faced 2 men in 6th. Kllppsteln ........ 1-31 0 0 0 0 -over the years. Most .
52; Wels ChiCago 21. Likes Tide ..... .. -
Bunker. Bal WP-Connolly. P8-Duncan. 'T-2:27. A Arrigo .... .. 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 sold in ;
Pitching 15 decisions 2,774. ,..... Series tickets have been
WorlXlngton 1300 0 0 0 "1 -
timore. 16--4. .800; Pappas. Baltimore 15- Alabama over Georgia: The Roberts .......... < 13 8 1 1 2 5 which covered all 0'I ;;" ( :
5. .750. New York hints are that by the season'send Night Game Miller ............. 2-3 0 0 0 1 1 strips games ,C -
Strikeouts Downing CHICAGO DETROIT Haddix L 5-5 ..... 1132 1 1 0 1 faa -
196; Chance Los Angeles.LEAGUE 188. Alabama may be the No. 1 abrhbl abrhbl Rowe .. ..-...... 2-30 0 0 0 1 park. '" ..
NATIONAL Clemente. Pittsburgh team in the Landis cf 4000Brutoncf 5020 T302. A-',158. The Phils, six in frontin '
Batting 375 at bats country.Northwestern Staehle ph 1011 Lumpe 2b 4000 games I 2
..344; Carty Milwaunee. .3a. Stephens cf 0000 Kaline rf 4110 LOS ANGELES NEW YORK the National League, said 1
ill Al I over Oregon '

Runs Mays. San Francisco. ; Buford 2b SOIOCasPilb 5000 abrhbi abrbi
len. Philadelphia i 107._ State: Tom.Myers still is at the Robinson rf 4 1 1 0 Brown If 4100 Perry cf 4020 Kubek IS 4000 they will accept ,ticket applications i
Runs Batted in Boyer. St. LouIs Ward 36. 4000 M'Aliffe SS 2000 Smith If 1113
2b 4010 .
110; Santo. Chicago. 101. Northwestern helm. Skowron Ib 3 0 1 1 Freehan C Piersall If 4121 Marls cf 3000 beginning at: 12:01: a.m.
Hits Clemente. Pittsburgh. 193 I North McCraw If 3 0 1 0 Won 3b 43,0,1,13oi Fregosi ss 5000 Mantle rf 3000 23.
Flood. St. Louis. 188. North Carolina over H'shbgr rf 1 0 0 0 WICk'h' p 0 Adcock Ib 4122 Howard c 3000 Sept.
i Doubles Maye, Milwaukee end Cle- Carolina State: They were co- Weiss.. 4000 Clinton rf 4120 Gibbs c 0000 i'
the cost would be
rpentj//ittsbursh! 38; Williams Chica- Martin 4110 Torres 3b 2010 Pepitone Ib 3000 For one set
i go. :3xTrfples -' Santo Chicago 12; ,Allen.' champions! of the Atlantic Coast Burgess Horlen 11 ph 2000 1111 Knoop Rodgers 2b C 2l0OLlnz3b 4111 Tresh If 3000 3000 $25 for box seats; $17 for reserved -
Phll' lphil. 11. Conference last year but State Totals 36 3 7 3 Totals 34 :I C 2 Chance p 4100 Downing p 2010 seats and $9 for bleacher
Hoft 411 WHItems. Chicago. 37. Detroit .......,.., .." 090 008 50QEButod. 0-2 Totals 34 7 11 7 Totals 2> 0 2 0 seats. For two sets ,
Stolen bases -.Wills. Los Angeles.: 44; Southern California over McAuliffe. DP Los Angeles' '.... __.:....... 000 001 00*-J mum allowed each individual i'
BrochxSt.. Leuis. .1.D. -Detroit 1. ..... ..........
New York :
.qI.tg t.--. Flu.9. Phil.bdeIpLI. Colorado: The Trojans will be 6 LOB-ChicagO, Detroit I. 6. Detroit .. LOB-ChicagorRoWr : 000 000 000-1 the cost is $19 for'boxes, $33 for f; 4'5 ,.- 44i'
| 17-4. JlOj Koufax U' Ange- E-None. DP-New York 1. LOB Los
Us. ....6, ..774.StrkeoutS too much for Colorado in this *?. HR-Bun (n. SB- Angeles 5. New York 23B reserved and $17 for bleachers.The .
i Koufax, Los Angeles. Friday night encounter. sham, Lumpe. S-Wilhelm, Wicker- -Smith. HR-Adcock (21). SB-
223; Qrysdale. Los Angeles. 214. Piersall. 'SF-Piersall.. first two will be
Skipping over the others: Norlen ......._. .. IP H R ERBBSO IP H R ERBBSO games
7 4 2 0 2 3 Chance W If 7 .., f 2 0 0 0 S Oct. 7 and 8 in the National t- J 4 a
the Citadel Wilhelm .
EAST Army over 10-8 3
: 0 2 3 Downing L 12' ,. I I 3 3 3 7
Defeat Hurts W'k-h'm L 18-11 .10 7 3 2 .... .,. Games three four #
Buffalo over Boston Uni- HBP-By Wickersham (Robinson). PB 7 Reniff Downing- faced 2 1 men In 3 th.4 4 1 0 League city. 1-_ _. r-4 .
versity. -Freehan.T-2:28. A-5.988. WP-Downlng. T-2:20A-14.231. and five are scheduled for the
Brjtisli: Chance
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RAPS CLINCHER 1 1i i (I. S. Am Head Concerned i

{ Callison Again the Hero M. Over Golfers' Slow PlayBy

qT: ;9Rhy
By ,TED MEIER Richie Allen from second base I Callisons gamewinningsingle place San Francisco beat the 1 -

_Associated Press Sports, WriterWinningbaH with the run that gave the followed Allen's lead-off New York Mets 3-1 while the JIM BECKER in the gloom. Dey described the pace of

I. games is,getting pennant-bound Phils a 1-0 victory I double in the sixth. Dennis Chicago Cubs dimmed Cincin- CLEVELAND (AP) The Two young southerners, Mar- play this way:

to be a habit with Johnny Calli. over the Houston Colts. Bennett and Jack Baldschun nati's hopes 61. National Amateur Golf Cham-I vin Giles III of Lynchburg, Va., "A fellow hit his ball on the

son.The The Phils now lead the second shared the pitching honors for The Giants and Reds now trail Y k pionship has a television rating and Robert Greenwood Jr., of green, and he marks it with a

Philadelphia Phillies' place St. Louis Cardinals by six the Phils by yielding only four the Phils by 7' and 8tt games, about as high as a United Na- Cookeville, Tenn., led the way.coin, and he cleans it. Then he

outfielder whose ninth inning gamts with 17 left to play. 'hits. Bennett, lifted for a pinch- respectively. tions debate on low life in the with scores of 143, one over par. I.looks the putt over.

homer won the All-Star game Los Angeles downed Pitts- hitter in sixth, gave up three of Baldschun saved the game for .;RK.I'WyJACK Upper Volta, but you'd never All the name players made it.

for the National League in July, burgh 5-3 in the other NL game. them. Bennett by twice putting down know if by watching the play- Bill Campbell had 146, Downing Long Wait

delivered the decisive. blow Boston blanked Kansas city 8- The Cards whipped Milwau- Houston threats. 147 Joe Patton and I "That takes so long it''will
Gray Billy
0 while the at kee in both ends of A five-run seventh inning ers."I'm soon require a degree in civil
-again.. Tuesday.night.. Washington a twi-night \ afraid they tend to think Dr. Ed Updegraff 148 and defen- I
His sixth inning single scored Cleveland game 'was postponed. doubleheader 11-6 and 31. Third gave the Cards their first game \ ,. '. they're on television," said Joe der Deane Beman 1494. engineering to putt.
win over the Braves. Bob Gib- 'R __.. n_ __l.__...... __\.,-,,\ \ Dey, head man of the U.S. Golf The 64 survivors go into t "He misses, say from 2(1( feet.
son's four-hitter and Julian He's foot short he marks
a so
Association. match play now, with two 18
Javier's two-run homer defeated BALDSCHUN the ball again and cleans itoff.
I. National BoxesNight "And of hole matches today and two
.1.: League the Braves in the nightcap.Javier's course they copy Then he puts it down, surveys
Saves Gameout
r homer off rookie what they see the pros do on Thursday. The semifinals and again, and putts. -
TV." finals all at 36 holes are
southpaw Wade Blasingamecame a 1-0 Milwaukee lead and
"You have three fellows do
, Gm Night Game CINCINNATI CHICAGO Friday and Saturday.
ST. LOUIS MILWAUKEE PHILADELPHIA HOUSTON hrhbi abrhbi with Mike Shannon on accounted for the Cards' 17th Dey was sighing about the that every green and it takes
brhbi brhN abrhbi abrhbi Rose 2b 3120 Am'a'o 2b 3100 first and two out. That wiped victory in their last 22 games. slow play of the amateurs. "
Aloo rf 3000 Gonzalez time.
Flood d 4110 cf 4010 Wynn cf 4010 Keough rf 4010 Burton cf 1200
BrocK If 4020 Maye cf 4110 Allen 3b 4 1 2 0 Fox 2b 3010 Pinson cf 3001 Williams If 4011 When the boys got through I In ReverseTAIPEI Dey said it was all within..therules.
Groat ss 3011 Carty If 4011 Callison cf 4011 Beauch'p IT 1000 Rob'son If 4000 Santo 3b 3122
Boyer 3b 4000 Mathews :b 2000 Cov'gton If 2000 Spangler If 2010 Johnson Ib 3010 Banks Ib 3000 straggling around the Canterbury He said the recent rules
White Ib 4000 Torre Ib 4020 Roils ph-If 1010 Bond Ib 4000 Edwards c 4010 Gab'son rf 2120 UF Booster -
it took
Shannon rf 9100 Bailey c 4000 H'rrnst'n Ib 2000 Aspro'te 3b 2000 Cardenas ss 4010 Rodgers ss 4113 Registration course Tuesday, a (AP) The Republicof changes allowing a playec to
Javier 2b 3112 Menke 2b 4000 Power ph'Ib 2 0 0 0 Gaines rf 4000 Boros 3b 2000 R'novsky c 3000 score of 153 for the 36 holes to China's National Olympic clean his ball on the patting
Decker c 1000 Alomar ss 2000 Dal'mple c 3000 Kasko ss 3000 Ruiz ph 1000 Jackson p 3000
Gibson p 3 0 0 0 de la Hoz pn 0 0 0 0 Taylor 2o 4000 Bateman e 2000 Purkey p 1000 qualify for the title bracket. committee reversed its decision green any time, picked up first
BI'game p 1000 Amaro ss 3020 Staub ph-ct 1000 Nuxhall 2000 Continues Club
Oliver ph 1000 Bennett p 2010 Johnson p 2010 Coleman p ph 1000 I at Boys' Exactly 64 players of the fieldof today not to take part in the by the pros and now by' .the
Totals 211 1 S 3 Totals p141 Cater ph 1000 Roberts ph 1000 Totals 32 1 4 1 Totals 26 6 6 0Cincinnati' for-the
150 got in at 153 or better, so basketball competition in the amateurs, is responsible
..... Grote c 0000 ..........._....
St. Louis ........ .... 000 000 210-3 100000000-1
Milwaukt ............'..... 000 001 000-1 Totals 321 01 Totals 21141 Chicago ._...... ........ 200 001 10x-6 Registration for the Boys' Cooper, Dennis Wai drop,I there was no need for a playoff Tokyo Olympics. slowness. .
Philadelphia ............... ooo Ml eoo-1 Club Boosters will Wayne Smith Franklin
Gator con- Phillip ,
E-None. DP-St. Louis 1. Milwaukee 2. Houston ................. 000 000 000-d E-None. DP-Chicago I. LOO-Cincinnati
LOB-St. Louis 3. Milwaukee 6.2B I, Chicago 7. tinue through Saturday or until Brad Easter, Shane Powers,
-Groat. .HR-Javier (12) So- Alou. E-Bond. Owens. DP-Houston 2. LOB I 2B-Cardenas, Gabrielson 2, Santo3B-
IP H R ER BB SO -Philadelphia 6, Houston 6. Santo. HR-Rodgers (12). SB-Bcros. Bur- the first 200 boys are registered. Don Large, Todd Wilson, Kenny
Gibson W 14-10 ... 4 1 1 112 2B-Allen. S-Fox, Rojas.IP ton. Jackson.. SF-Pinson. Santo. ._
Bl'game L 5.5 .... 7 3' 2 2 5 1 H R ER BB SO IP ll R ER 88 SO Sixty-six boys registered Hardee, Dennis Underw o o d, '
Tiefenauer .....2 2 1 I 0 0 Ben'ett W 1212.4 3 0 0 0 1 xPurkey L 10- .. 1 2 2 2 2 0 and Tuesday will be Nelson Scarbrough Mark Scar-
WP-Gibson. Blasingamr.:; PB-U ckr. Baldschun ........ 3 1 0 0 2 4 Nuxhall .......... 5 3 3 3 3 1 Monday .'
T-2:08. A-S.M3. Johnson'L 10-16 ..5 6 1 1 1 5 McCool...... ..2 1 1 1 3 5 guests of the Gainesville Quar- brough, Tony Butt, Tommy
Woodeshick ......3 1 0 0 0 1 Jackson W 20-10.9 6 1 1 3 5
Twilight Came Owens ............1 1 0 Ii 0 0 x-Faced 1 batter in 2nd inning. terback Club Saturday at the Douglas, B r y c e Edmunson,,
ST. LOUIS MILWAUKEE Johnson faced 2 men in 6th. Florida SMU football game. Steve Gresham, Jay Hoff man, football means -
a. r h bi abrhbi HBP-By Bennett (Beauchamp). WP- PITTSBURGH LOS ANGELES
.. Flood ef. 4110 Alou rf 5120 Baldschun 2. PB-Bateman. T-2:19. A- abrhbl abrhbi Joe Wright, Rickey Sherman, rl.,s .
.. Brock M 4011 Maye cf 5221 4.10 (paid). Bailey If 5100 Gilliam 3b 4100 Registration is limited to the Allen Lowe, Bryant Newsome,
White'lb"' 5340 Carty If 4010 Mota cf 5220 Oliver 2b 5121 take
first 200 boys who plan to '
Boyer,3b 5121 Torre c 5021 Night Came Clemente rf. 0 3 0 W. Davis e' 4032 Mike Chastein, Mike Holdridge,
Groat SSShannon 4013 Oliver Ib 5111 NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO Freese 3b 4 0 lIT. Davis If 4000 part in the Boys' Club flag foot- Mike Price Bruce Weaver
McCarver c 4 1 1 2 de la Hor 3b 4 2 3 2 abrhbi ab rh bi Lynch ph 1000 Griffith rf 4110 ,
Javier 2b 4210 Menke 2b 4000 Klaus 2b 4001 Kuenn rf-If 4000 CI'denon Ib 4021 Parker rf 0000 ball program and who have a Mark Hendon, Donnie Pelt, ,
rf 3213 Alomar ss 3011 Kran p'l 1b 3000 Mays cf 0000 Mazefki Ib 3021 Fairly Ib 4131 Gator Booster shirt. Gator '
Sadeckl p 2100 Black'y ph 1000 Ch'topher if 4000 Lamer 2b 4120 Pagl'reni c 3000 Roseboro e 4011 Kent Walker, and Jeff Young-
Schultz p 1000 Woodw'd ss 0000 Altman If 4000 McCovey If 3011 Alley ss 3010 Shirley ss 4130 Booster shirts may be purchased -love.
Cloninger p 2 0 0 0 Smith 3b 4010 Card nat rf 0000 Virdon ph 1 0 0 0 L. Miller p 1000
Elliott at the Boys' Club. ---------- -- -- -- -
Cline pn 1000 Cf 3110 Hart 3b 4000 Friend p 0 0 0 0 R. Miller p 1000
., Totals 34111210 Totals 3t 2 12 i Gonder c 4010 Pagan ss 0000 Stargell ph 0 0 0 0 Those registering Monday and ,:
St. Louis .................. 001 'M 501-11 McMillan ss 3 0 1 0 Haller c 4111 Schofield ph 1000 I I
Milwaukee ................ 020 Oil 200- 4E Cisco Hickman p 1000 Cepeda. Ib 3110 Wissman ph 1 0 0 0 Tuesday were: Danny C rowe,
1 0 0 0 M .I'
ph Aku cf 4020 Totals 35 3113 Totals 35 5 13 5
-Sadeckl.. Javier Oliver 2. Alomar. Davnp't' ss 1000 Pittsburgh ....... ........ 000 Ml 200-3 Gus Melchert, Rodney Mel-! !
DP-St. Louis 1. Milwaukee 1. LCB-St. Totals Marichal p 3011 Los Angeles .... ... ....... Oil 200 lOx-5 chert .Gene Weintraub, D a vid I
LouIs S. Milwaukee I. 31 1 4 1 Totals 3t 3 I 3
2-white, McCarver. de I la Hor. HR- New York eoo aia one i E-Mazeroski. Gilliam. DP-Fimtxirgh Spongberg Tony Jefferson, Tom I
Shannon (6). Oliver (13). Or la Hoz (l). San Francisco ............100 101 MX--]:1, Los Angeles 2. LOB-Pittsburgh 10. Los Crawford Paul Lambert, Kevin ANY
SB- Javier Flood. Sadecki.. Cloninger. Angeles *. I
SF-Brock. McCarver. Croat. E None. LOB New York 4, San 2B-Clendenon. Oliver W. Davis Fairly Lambert, Chris Bates, Steve l SIZE
IP H R ER 88 SO Francisco 7. Shirley. SB-W. Davis, Grifiiln Oliv II
Sadeckl W 17.10 .. 61.310 6 5 1 1 2B M. Alou Cepda. 3B Lanier. er. S-Friend. L. Miller.IP Creel, Lee Marshall, Kevin
Schultz ........... 22-32 0 0 0 1 HR Haller (10). SF -McCovey.IP H R ER II SO
Clon'ger L 14-13 .. a 1-3 I 10 7 3 7 H R ER B SO Friend L 12-17 .... 3 2.3 9 4 1 J 2 Williams, Kim Simpson, David I
......... ...... ............. l
Sadowskl 2.3 2 0 0 0 1 Cisco L 5-17 6 7 3 C 3 2 Face 1-30 0 0 0 I Smith Bogle David, Whitewalls
Carroll ........... 1 0 0 C 0 0 Parsons ...... 3 1 0 0 0 1 Bork ......"....... 2 1 0 0 1 0, Tommy '. r IIII
Eilers ............ 1 2 1 1 0 0 Marichal W 18-7 9 1 1 1 3 6 Gibbon ..... ... 2-331 1 02 Prescott, Mike Hindrey, Jerry'I.
T-2:3. T 2:... A-4.482. L.Miller W H 5 2-3 I 1 1 2 4I Cellon
Jones, Bill Cellon, John ,

Bill Donegan, Herbie Enn i s,I''
I Proposed Tilt Has a Chance I er of the CFL's British Colom- Lee Ennis Tommy Tiern e y,i!' I lackwa"s

.& I I bia Lions, said Tuesday night he Steve Condo, Lamar Crevasse I

VANCOUVER (AP) The Football League "stands a good has been told by AFL President Austin Crevasse, Mike Baldwin, I' .

I Canadian Football League's chance," says one of the men William Sullivan that the game Dan Baldwin, Keith Craig, Riley I ,. i .
Dean, Danny Burden, Lis ton Y
proposal for a 1965 all-star,handling negotiations.Herb I will be discussed at the AFL'sannual Pickeron, Randy Martin, Tom'

game against the American Capozzi, general manag- meeting in January. my Martin, Steve Abrams, Doug'] ':

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State to Help t tI

. Fair Exhibit 4

Out of Jam !

s.I ::;
Florida Cabinet agreed Tuesdayto i
advance the Florida exhibitat
the New York World's Fair f= 1\ : FALL ,

money winter. to tide it through next Apples I 5 BAG lB 49 I. ASSORTMENTPlastic !

Comer Kimball of Miami,
chairman of the State World's ;;;
Fair Authority asked for $400- '

000 from the Fund.State Internal Improvement Beans. 2 LBS. 39; IJ

Four Cabinet members, with 0 5 SWEET. Flowers
Gov. Farris Bryant absent on 2 o STO nt GA. RED U. S. NO. 1 .

trip to Miami to confer with ..
President L y n don Johnson, Potatoes 4 LBS. 49 :
agreed unanimously that the ; 1
state would the
help financially 101
strapped authority out of the fElLOW U. S. NO. 1 I//fA-
coming jam.Kimball I

said I the exhibit Onions 5 lB. 39
owed about $680,000 on the con- BAG ; WHILE THEY LAST
struction of buildings and that .1
when the fair closes for the
winter it would have no income SWEr.UICY RED TOKAYGrapes
though expenses would continue.In .
other action, the Cabinet:

-Released $40,000 for the CRACKIN' GOOD BIG 60 CHOCOLATE PECAN
Florida wing of the Civil Air
Patrol. Cookies 31. 2 I''

-Awarded to MartinJohnsonInc. IBS.
of Pensacola a $208,700 con-
tract for construction of a State 13-oz.
Cookies 3 $1
Board of Health regional laboratory Pkgs. .
at Pensacola.
Awarded a $579,991 contract to CRACKIN' GOOD PECANPralines I
Oldaker Construction Co. of Or- 13-oz s '
3 1.
mond Beach to construct a rehabilitation Pkgs:
center for the blindat
Daytona Beach.Authorized CRACKIN' GOOD LEMON CHOCOLATE DROPCookies
the State Pur-
chasing Commission to buy 147 i 31.. 1 A 0 i; WITH COUPON NO. 67 ON NEXT PAGE AND HORMEL
vehicles for various state agen-
cies for $227,250.Adopted DIXIE DARLING CRACKED WHEAT U H 59
code of ethics of *

public the education schools profession, excluding for the all Bread 216-oz.33J. s's' s Can am.

state universities. The code was DIXIE DARLING CINNAMON j
approved by the Florida Educa-

State tion Association Teachers Association and the Florida last Raisin Buns Pkg: 29x

April.Who 1r

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SAN JUAN Puerto Rico (AP) t
Fidel Castro's governmentand If !!fI MAYONNAISE ,
Cuban exiles are blaming Astor Coffee Mayonnaise Flour
each other for the machine- ,. .. .
gunning of the Spanish freighter

Sierra Three Aranzazu. killed vt=a 1-LB. CAN II QUART II! 11 -
crewmen were
unidentified and seven injured speedboats when two at- f&i SAVE 28 4 9,1 = SAVE 10" 3 9.,1 '' II 539 1', i

tacked the 1,600-ton ship Sunday i ;::::; =
night and set it afire off the .

swooped survivor in moments said the after boats a ; Folgers 59 Ij Preserves Jar- L39.1 ,- Meat 3 Cons.s1.1 '

speedboat approached the ship, ..
turned on a spotlight on its i.. sip N1... & SAVE 10' SAVE 5%< EACH ._
name, and then roared away. I. .JELL' .
Havana radio said "there Is rj ",;' p'.PV ,, ...__.....
: .. d =g-=:-_.:-;:; -- : .h, 11110w '
rates"reason financed to believe"by that the U.S."pi .. .lY j. ---P----- : _

Central Intelligence Agency
made the attack.
Two Cuban exile leaders U ; f.h -' SAVE 4Vit EA. THRIFTY MAID ( ,_ .
Manuel Artime and Manolo Ray '
denied their men were In- -1_ Cut Beets 303 CAN 10F
volved.. Friends of Artime in 1 iJJ.i THRIFTY MAID

Panama said his organization ,.. .. REG. 49'
believes the raid was carriedout :x; .y SAUER LEMON ,,
by Castro agents to discreditthe
exile group. i.EXTRACT:. .- No. 5 Bot.o 37

Other exile sources had said :. w ,.w SAUER VANILLA
earlier that Artime's organization !<
made the attack. .t sra EXTRACT No. 5 Bot. 39
In Nassau capital of the
Bahamas, there was speculation
among government circles that RICE r 4, 3-Lb. 53'WATER
Castro gunboats may have firedon six ." 4 MAID
the Spanish ship. These
circles suggested that Castro RICE / 3-Lb.47'
might want to create an inci-
dent he could exploit politically. FFV CHOCOLATE PECAN

caller An in anonymous Miami, Fla.,telephone said the x3 t COOKIES.. 11-oz. 39'

attack was the work of a secret CHEESE NIPNABISCO i :
organization and added: "Thisis
the beginning of attacks on I I Land 0' Sunshine Creamery < 6K2-OZ. 21
any ship that trades with 1 BATH SIZE CASHMERE

Cuba.The Aranzazu was bringing j 1 BOUQUET. ; :3 "'4. 2 Bars 31 I 4 ICE

textiles toys cork and garlic UTTER REGULAR SIZE CASHMEREBOUQUET : .,
from Spain to Havana. :. ".

Heir to i Millions Nothing brings out the true BATH SIZE PALMOLIVE 9Yy MILK
r fresh flavor of fresh vegetables r. ...-.
Dies BrokeNEW I meats or baked goods SOAP ;"; .. 2. Bars'i
like real creamery butter. REG. SIZE PALMOLIVE -. : Half Gallon
YORK (AP) Chance { See trot your family enjoys ': -
M. Vought Jr. inherited an the finest. : fit. 2 Bars 21
aviation fortune of $3 million in .

1930.He was worth $5 when he died OCTAGON 2 Bars .21 *
of diabetes last April 6 at 37, MRS. FILBERT'S GOLDEN QUARTERS PINK I.
according to filed with
his will in surrogate's papers court t LIQUID VEL 35 ;
Margarine 41.; 12-oz.
Tuesday. : i' : I
The will, written in 1953, PINK :
divided his estate among his .. _. .. : : LIQUID VEL 65* -
second wife, from whom he was .. ._::_ '' ....1' 22,, .
estranged, three children, his
Fw' ttt r.
mother and a brother.
Vou?ht, once a leading figureIn
cafe society, spent most of I
his last two years in jail for I
': to week ali- I

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,. (I I _....___ Wednesday, September 16 ,1964 Gainesville Sun 17'
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,,-.lJ !RfI\jYRlfIJld.\ : White Path to House The :


I. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED used to be that the best spring- _.
f_. .. PRICES GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 20TH s board to the White House was -

iI 1IIIr_ \ .. the governor's mansion. But ..

.. ..' .' ''. apparently no more.
; Now it looks
as if the route to
# J
: i the presidency goes through
". "'T I i ; Congress, especially in the
y i: Senate. *
f }
y r Almost to a man the politicos '

, 6 TO 8 POUND WHOLE : a. # x- J4k1PICNICS : here see significance in the fact -
that the 50 states failed again
0 A this year to produce a governor
capable of more than a futile ..
Ii try for the presidential or vice-

presidential nominations of-.-..
I / either major party, and some... .
I who were viewed as likely
I candidates refused to run at all. ..'.
!( Many politicians believe that
"big government" centralized
in Washington hogs the political""
ti Wieners 65
LB.'d limelight to an extent that...".
governors have little or no
...: PILLSBURY FLAKY chance any more to make a"7

V. 4I 4" Biscuits 2 CANS 1 19; winning political waters.splash in national

Not since Democrat FranklinD.
A< REG. 39* PILLSBURY CHOFrosting or VANILLA CAKE Roosevelt in 1932 has anyone

v SIRLOIN emerged directly from a gover:" -

."' .._ CAN 29x norshipNew the presidency. York'sto win ."

Steak98 REG. 49 f FISH FILLETS Not since 1952, when the then- -
i. Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson of.,.
tri ;? Grouper lB. 39x Illinois did it, has anyone
FULL CUT ROUNDSteak stepped directly from a governor's -
REG. 49* COPELAND PORK mansion to capture either
the Republican, or Democratic

REEF lb. 88 Sausage u 39i presidential nomination. Stevenson
was defeated that year as
rr .
ArEal the Democratic standard-bearer
and again in 1956.

Cheese PKG. 49 FAll Calvin And Coolidge not since in 1920 Republican has a.-

cuts of VV-D Brand Roast -88 governor won the vice presidency. -
Beef are close trimmed He was governor of Massa-
of bone and fat before 10 1 Ct 89 chusetts, and advanced to the

weighing and packag GROUND 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON NO. 66 BELOW Pkg. presidency.This .
of It's
ing. You get more lean, TARNOW WHOLE HOG See Coupon #65 Below President year Johnson,course a former

tender beef per pound Beef 5 LB. S195 Senate majority leader, headingthe
ot your friendly Winn- PKG. Sausage 69 Democratic ticket with Sen.
t Hubert H. Humphrey of Minne-. .
sota his running mate while
Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizqna _

.,#A- f. -_ -. --- carries the Republican-
-i-I -- -61. '- ... standard with Rep. William E.
'"- '
=- .. '. Qg. ''" '" Miller of New York as his vice-*
.> m
__ .m presidential teammate. ,
Four years ago Sen. John F.
fV YOUR I CHOICE I j SPECIAL ir SPECIAL Kennedy, D-Mass., won the **
'- presidency, and Johnson, then a
iI'BLUE OR WHITE ARROWDetergent Iii'SAVE 8t EACH JJjJ4! PURE CORN OILIJ aZ0 a senator from Texas, took the.,
vice presidency, over the chal

tf Mf Delsey Tissue Mazola Oil -,=. Nixon both lenge former of and Republican Henry senators.Cabot Richard Lodge M, ;;

1G 11II.\ BOX 39/I t1 2 ROLL 1 9 .. 3 48-oz. 69DEL a I presidency California Nixon was when in 1952 he senator won as the running'mate from vice"":

II """
SAVE 11< PKG. SAVE 16 fifA of Gen. Dwight D. Eisen-

aii i '''' ...<- .. If} hower 1956., and they were reelectedin -- ....

.: DETERGENT Save 30 1" MAID APPLE DEL MONTE Pineapple Gr'fruit Harry S. Truman was a senator -.':-'
iIA when he was elected vice
49 1/rrillt Sauce 2 303 25 1 1 Drink 4 1. president in 1944.
Ajax GIANT ;IJ'I Cans ; ; Cans A Two key Senate figures .
AX about
: spoke the current situation -
... : SAVE 5t EACH ,. SAVE 8# EACH in separate interviews. ""
-- tp
--- .- "'t'f"', : '.' tJ Sen. Mike Mansfield, D-Mont.,
:t(: } the Senate leader
} majority ,

.... : "- "'3!.fA.i: '" h.!." SAUC5! .1.i".<, '>e".i ._ 4IIJ.. thought in there Congress were many members'success factors ..... .

-- and governors' lack of '

it in seeking top spots on the
DETERGENT FLOOR & WALL CLEANER -; two parties' tickets.
A I A Y Mansfield said one element Is
FROZEN FOOD : 50-oz. v 16-oz.Size the fact that governors find .
DETERGENT CLEANSER REGULAR SIZE (GIANT 2/49) themselves so tied up in vital ?

VEL . _*''::6., Large Size 33' A J A X'. .. ., 2 For 33' and they complex just lack state time affairs and opportunity that- .MI

MINUTE MAID ORANGEDelight DtTERGEN-r ;" to make a name for ;.
themselves on national issues as
5 6-oz. 89 AJAX : 33 AJAX LIQUID 691DETERGENT men of presidential timber.
Cans : A,: ',. c;,Large Size 28-oz.Size Sen. Everett M. Dirksen, R-

CLEANER III.,.the minority leader, blamed w

MORTON CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY FAB t 33' AJAX LIQUID what he called "downgrading of ?
> Large Box 15-oz. Size .37 the states" under Democratic .

P o tie s 5 8$1:: DETERGENT LARGE SIZEBAGGIES national governors'administrations showing. for the -':T' '

F A D i. ; '. Giant Box 79' 25-a 39'SANDWICH "Ever since Franklin D.
MRS. SMITH REG. 59* .. Roosevelt," Dirksen said, "
KIDS LOVE SIZE "there has been an increasing .

Blueberry Pie'49'. S Q A K'Y ." '.. 10-oz-Size 69't- M 50-Ct. 29' concentration and a downgrading of power in Washington of the- ,'.'

MRS. SMITH REG. 59* states, both in philosophy and ....

Cherry Pie .B9r49xMRS. 1 E70CTRJ A. ER A E".ItA. iractice." -


Big 26-oz. D2$1. Sausage 69 Tuna 4'l.GOOD .
"'1. "64 #68 Oklahoma University student
AT AMT WH4M.DOUI AT ANT W1MH-C1XII Democrats mixed politics with

sports Tuesday. ._
1 o. z. EX--RAk P EXTRA E"-- They want an Oklahoma
I 4 1.
Brussel Sprouts P gs. j TOP VALUE STAMPS j! J TOP VALUE..STAMPS IIPJ TOP VALUE STAMPS football victory over Texas but .
.nM>w a .v. Ie nn..r w .IRA ns mum.. R.u.a. nN s loua.+e -w oppose former OU grid coach'' "
Two Pices. FROZEN ONe B-L. Pica.W.D ON/At.
10-0z' Puppies 2/58 Beef 89 nominee for the U.S. Senate,
Pk ,
y s #62 #66 69 candidate for president.The .
students came up with
POTATOES ASTORFrench t-- some new auto bumper signs _;
16oz.s EX--R A EX.. JICTR that read: "Beat Barry, Bud
.mfNl oa.w N. ar fr mum M fUKMMi 0 rn.n., waR...n.onr.r
'.00 OR -"
Cauliflower '41. I In n: Estate of
\ ...
"TAHT"ft4M.aCD1 AT ANT t1D.blXp _AT AMT wtHN-Oaf Deceased.AH .
Te Creditors and Persons Havinglaims --.
or Demand Aaalnst laid Eslat.sYou -'
and each of you are hereby notified
sw ', and required to present any claim....
and demand which you. or either ot
you may have agnt! the estate of Ar
lfhur I A. Southerlznd deceased late ef .
For Good! Thin as To Eat said County County to Florida the County, *t Judge hU office of Alechua \n._......
'Giineivlllt.the court liowse Florida of within said six County calendar at ... .
months from the time of the first pub.
af1 t lieation ef this notice. Each cla'm or
S demand shall be In writing, and shall'state
the place of residence and post ..
office address of the claimant. and shall -
be sworn to by the claimant his agent .....
or attorney and any such claim or da.
mand not to filed shall be void. ..
if. .
James Howard Soutfterlend
As administrator of the Estate of "ft
.i' . .. Arthur A.feuttvtriafl$ )tftcMstf
(3461)f;1.14r ,
". .. .


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tO. Gainesville Sun Wednesday September 16 1964 .

: J; Cheaper, More Versatile Videotape.. I. C1. .SS INDEX) )C 71DN :-' WANTED [1' NOWi} Jr

Finds Use in Market ANNOUNCEMENTS ,- ,
is /
,. 2 I Card In Memoriam of Thanks HAVE YOU: ; :

3 Lost & Found .
REDWOOD CITY Calif. (AP) closed-circuit television feed pictures of each landing recordings were converted to 4 Personalized Services -

A bright electronic youngsteris recording systems.A and take off to the recorders.The film for distribution to the press 5 Travel Information

helping teach jet pilots to lively puppet may be usedto tape also carries data on and are being subjected to 6 Special Notices ANY OF THESE '

make carrier landings, and capture attention in a gram- flight number, data, aircraft airspeed continuing analysis by scien- 8 7 Baby Florists Sitters child Cara THE ::

fourth-grade students to conju- mar school Spanish class. Typi- wind velocity and even tists. Places To Go And \

gate Spanish verbs. cally, the recorder and a the vocal instructions of the Things To SeeAUTOMOTIVE -.f

prepared lesson are carried by landing signal officer. INVITATION TO BID THINGS I .
The youngster Is television- Notice is hereby given that the Boardof
station wagon to seven schools Doctors use television County Commissioners of Alachua '- '"
tape recordings, just eight years[ County Florida hereby cans for and requests -
in the district and to
same plugged recording analyze fluoroscope
bids for the following services to 76 :
old in- Sales-Rentals
but $40-million-a-year Airplane '
a into television receivers in to pictures moving pictures of be purchased by said Board for and on -
I up ,
71 Trucks for TIME
behalf of Alachua County. Florida Sale : :
dustry. They'll Bring You Extra Cash
I four classrooms simultaneously.The internal organs and bones that Moving wood framed buildirg as follows 7* Trucks Wanted

"And In five more years, the electronic technique of can be studied'as often as need- Building: No. 1 on Project ''''. 10 Tractors & Truck Rentals

industry will be five times feeding pictures from a televi- ed without overexposing pa- 82 Trader Rentals
The exact location of the above building 83
Motorcycles fc Scooters
sion camera to a recorder tients to potentially dangerousrays. and the requirements can be .' --
larger $2 -millionayear.ttpredicts moving 84 Automobile Repairs : : :_ .: : .

C. Gus Grant, vice capturing the whole thing electronically obtained from the County Engineer. 85 Automobiles for Sale' .. Rugs'.. -: 'v. .. .et.
: \ -
president-operations of Ampex I on moving magnetic Ampex estimates sales in the Bids shall be In duplicate in a sealed 84 Swap Cars '. .- -a .TO .. ..
envelope within an envelope and the envelope .
Corp., which has supplied about I tape, was adopted at the outset whole field of automatic docu- clearly" marked "Bid 01 Moving 87 Autos WantedEDUCATIONAL ',_ ; Guns o .,

75 per cent of the television I by networks and television ment storage and retrieval will Building. :

recorders used throughout the stations. reach $1.5 billion within a de, All bids must be in writing and delivered : '. .< Too Is" >
by hand or mall to the Board of ;. &
world. The equipment permits programs cade. County Commissioners of Alachua County. 18 Schools & Instruction f-*- -

The recorders are growing broadcast in New Yorkat The first close-up pictures of Gainesville.. Florida Florida at the on ccourthouse or before 2:30 in 19 Music. Dancing ", GET :

smaller simpler, cheaper and 9 p.m. local time to be shown the moon were televised from P.M.. October 6. 1964. 20 Wanted-Instruction : Boats ;
The building will have to be moved
ever more versatile, explains at 9 p.m. local time in Chicago, Ranger 7 and radioed to earth, from its present location on or before .
Grant Denver and San Francisco received and preserved on 6:00 P.M.. October 14 1964. Tents V
When Ampex introduced without loss of picture quality. magnetic tape. The magneticIN The Board of County Commissioners re- 11 Female Help Wanted : rm" '."

videotape in 1956, the recorderscost ,Today says Ampex about half serves bids and the to waive1 right to informalities.reiect any and all 12 Male Help Wanted :'=; i Books

$50,000. Compact, portable ,the scheduled programs on local THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA G. M. DAVIS. Chairman 13 Help-Male or Female
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Board of County Commissioners THAT
recorders brought out last year stations are recorded in ad- AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTf. Alachua County Florida 14 Sales Help Wanted
I IN CHANCERY (3618) 9 16. 23NOTICE 16 Work Wanted Female Plantsi
were priced at around $12,000. vance. DIVORCE
OF INTENTION 10 17 Work Wanted Males
Educators who had been stymied I Military services liked the REATHEA Plaintiff.vs. MAE. VICKERS. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME : '-

by the higher price tag, .electronic baby immediately.Now JR.. STATUTES.Pursuant to 5939 Chapter, notice 85609 is hereby FLORIDA ive j' f1' Pianos

led the buy-line for the cheaper almost all U.S. Navy air- BOSTON Defendant.VICKERS. that Joseph Silverman doing business a FARMS & LIVESTOCK

models, Ampex says. Several 'craft carriers boast television ORDER NOTICE OF TO PUBLICATION SERVE ANSWER: AND ter Young with American the Clerk Shop of the intends Circuit to Court regis ol f 26 Farm Equipment ? :-" la Stoves BETTER!
PLEADINGSTO Alachau County said fictitious tract.e 27 Feed 1 Fertilizer "
hundred U.S. school systemsand recording systems. AND OTHER *
: Boston 'VIckers -Jr.. whose address name under the provisions of the aforesaid 28 Livestock: Supplies .. r
colleges now regularly use Cameras spotted over the ship is 511 Allen Street. Baxley Georgia statute. 29 Landscaping Top Soil -
You are hereby notified that a Com- DATED this 10th day of August A.D. Radios
30 Pets &
1964. Supplies
plawt has been filed In this Court
Reathea Mu Vickers. BY: JAMES STUART WERSHOtf 31 Livestock Wanted ,
against you by
Cast '1:ntroduced9 wherein she seeks a divorce and you are Attorney
Large II N. W. First Street 2 Skates '
written defense
hereby required to file your Gainesville Florida ; ...
to the Complaint with the Clerkof .jJ'
(3573) (.26; 9: 2. 9. 16 -
the Circuit Court Alachua County FINANCIAL ipl
Florida and to serve a copy of said NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
M Business Opportunities \'ii Trunksi
As 'Peyton F lace9 Opens written defense upon the Plaintiff's at REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME : _; .
torney. P. W. Thompson Post Office Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Statutes 51 Money to Loan 1t.
Box 231. Gainesville. Florida on or be- notice is hereby given that the undersigned 58 Mortgages
fore October 15. 1964. Herein fail not. desiring to In busI-
By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP partner and business improves, else a Decree Pro Confesso will be en- ness under the fictitious engage name of Knotts' 59 Money WantedMERCHANDISE : -i .. Jewelry
Television-Radio Writer but the I tered against you. It is further ordered Bar. located at 616 N. W. 13th Street.in :
script writers cheated a! that this notice be published the City of Gainesville Alachua Coun- IN

; NEW YORK (AP) Soap bit at the end. They had old once each week for four consecu- ty Florida Intends to register the said \; Bicycles -
!tive weeks prior to the return cale: herein. name with the Clerk of the Circuit :
: opera, traditionally a daytime Walt invent an electric jack and In the Gainesville Sun. a newspaper Court of Alachua County Florida. 61 Wanted to Buy [
DATED at Gainesville Florida this 31st :
.. diverson went sell it to his own corporation. published in Gainesville Alachua 62 Machinery & Tools .
nighttime D.
in just County Florida. day of August. A. 1964S TV SetsClothing
: about the television innovation WITNESS my hand and official: seal ( ) WILLIAM F. KNIGHT. JR. 63 Building Materials
only -
THE at Gainesville. Alachua County Florida 64 Household Goods
of the new season as ABC's ALACHUA. UU TTYY.JUDGE'S COURT this 14th day of September. 1964 BATES & JONES 65 Antiques :
STATE OF J. B. CARMICHAEL Attorneys at Lawn f'i'
new "Peyton Place" had its Estate of Clerk of the Circuit Court West University AvenueP. 66 Misc. For Salt f NORTH I
premiere Tuesday evening. PETERSON. Deceased : 61 Trading Post

The Interested State in of the Florida Estate To 0'A''I Said Persons (COURT Deputy SEAL Clerk) (3582)Gainesville.':2. ..Florida 16 23 69 Fuel Oil &. Woods -::t R l Cameras

Author Grace Metalious and You : Decedent (3620) 9:U. *23. *30; 10:7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA 70 Boats Marine Equip. &*

her eyebrow-raising best seller Instrument are hereby notified that a written I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND 71 Camp Hunt Fish
purporting to be the last Will EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN CHAN 72 Office
: received screen credits; so and Testament 0' said decedent has been i AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. CERY. Equipment Antiques
admitted to probate In said Court. IN CHANCERY. ARTHUR V. BROWN JR., 73 Musical Merchandise
You are hereby Commanded within: six I LILLIAN E. MCAFEE Plaintiff. CENTRAL
c.alendar'.rst .months from the dale of the Plaintiff -VS' Furniture
: ("Peyton Place" is not being in said publication 0' this n.tice to appear I -vs- BEVERLY ANN BROWN.
Court and sflow ROLAND D. MCAFEE Defendant. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
: televised by TV stations in this you admitting can Why said the action 0' saia Court in Defendant. DIVORCE No. 12176-C 32 Mobile Homes for Sale
WiU to prObate should t NOTICE OF SUIT Livestock
: area.) not stand unrevoked. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Beverly Ann Brown 33 Lots for Sale" '._
HARRY MCDONALD TO: ROLAND D. McAFEE 2105 Tucker Lane :34 Waterfront Property "
County JUdge(5EAc"achua 6019 College Street Apartment C.2
35 Houses for Sale
County Florida. Oakland CaliforniaYou Baltimore 7. MarylandYou Diamonds
: presumably faithful viewers can are hereby notified that there has are hereby notified that there 36 Cottages for Sale' FLORIDA'SLARGEST
(3614) .
:23 ':30 10:7 LILLIAN E. McAFEE
; been filed by has been filed by ARTHUR V. BROWN 37 Real Estate Exchanged
: expect some racy stuff as the IN THE COURT OF THE in the circuit court of Alachua County. JR., in the Circuit Court of Atachua ,-
J COUNTY I Florida her complaint against and 38 Real Estate Wanted Fish Poles
: you County Florida his complaint againstyou
continued COUNTY.
story gets rolling. iN GRO"B'A'TUA FLORIDA that the relief therein prayed for is a and that the relief therein prayedfor 39 Out of Town Property
In re: Estate of divorce. Is a divorce. 40 Business Properties .
The first show in the twice- LEDGIE MAE STODDARD, This is. therefore to command you to This is, therefore to command you t 0
Deceased file your written defense in said cause 41 Residential Income Used Cars I
: file your written defense in said cause _
weekly continued story obvious- .To All Creditors and Persons on or before the 16th day of October on or before the 28th day of SeptemberA. 42 Farms & Acreage
: ly was designed to introduce the Clam or Demands Against Said Estate Having: AD. 1964. and that you shall thereafteron D.. 1964. and that you shall thereafter 43-1 Colored Property Sales
You and each 0' you ue or before the 16th day of October on or before the 28'h day of September.
.. large cast. Not very much and required to hereby." notified : A. D. 1964 serve a copy of your de- A.D.. 1964 serve a copy of your < Auto Tires
and demands which you. or either fenses. If any on Philip Barfon 212 defenses if any on Barton & Burwell. .
but it looks like -
happened sure
Southeast First Street Gainesville Flor- 212 S. E. First Street Gainesville Florida '
.. lots of trouble ahead.There's Ida. attorney for the plaintiff and immediately attorneys for the plaintiff and i immediately : RENTALS 0
thereafter file the originalin thereafter file the original 1 Inmy 43 Colored Property Rentals Aquariums.
my office. Upon failure b comply office. Upon failure to comply with 44 Cottages for Rent .
a sad-eyed, nervous- with either of the above a decree pro either of the above. a decree pro con- widow mm confesso will be entered against you ac- fesso will be entered against you according 45 Furnished Apts. ::- Row Boats
acting played by Dcrothy cording to law. to law. 46 Unfurnished Apts. MARKET
<- Malone, who shows signs of Witness my hand and teal of our Cir Witness my hand and seal of our Cir- :
47 Houses for Rent Furn.
cuit court this 14th of "
day September cuit Court this 24th day of August A.D.
: being over protective about her and post A.D. 1964. 19"J 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Golf Clubs

teen-age daughter Mia Far- office address of the claimant and shall J. B. CARMICHAEL B. CARMICHAEL. Clerk of 49 Rooms for Rent -- -- .. -
Clerk of Circuit Court
be sworn to by the Circuit Court
claimant. his agent. BYj EMILY WATERHOUSECOURT 50 Mobile Homes .
row Maureen O'Sullivan's his attorney and By Emily Waterhouse
any such claim or demand ( SEAL) (Court Seal)
51 Misc. Rentals
oldest who in turn seems not so filed shall be void. BARTON & BURWELL BARTON A BURWELL TypewritersMotorcycles
S) CLYDE T. GREENE Attorneys for Plaintiff 212 First 51A Wanted To Rent .
S. E. Street
eager to cut the silver cord. As administrator of the Estate of 212 S. E. First Street Gainesville Florida 52 Boarders Wanted
Then there's O'Neil ledoie! Mae Stoddard deceased Oainesville Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff PLACED
Ryan play- ':16. 23, 30 53 Office Desk Space :
1(3619) ; 10:7 ((3617) ':16. 23 30. 10:7 (3572) I 26; 9:2. 9. 16 \y ;-
ing a rich man's rebellious son 54 Business Rentals '

who drives recklessly and :--.t Used TrucksRefrigerators .

seems pretty deeply involved

with a girl from the wrong side 22 SERVICE Special Services .. :' .: = = :
of the tracks. .
23 Home Improvements Baby Buggies ; : I

The girl's mother and the rich BIG SAVINGSWITH 24 Radio L TV Service t
Electric Motors :+ :
man obviously are emotionally 25 Appliance & FurnitureWANTAD

involved but we don't know yet Store .
if either one is married to other.

people. The only action in the I RATESPH. Farm Machinery "

first installment was when the o' 372.8441for .

son became very upset when he Infant's Clothing ..-- !-. -
caught his father kissing the .-
woman. .YQ Classified OnlyDEADLINES Sewing Machines .;;., -: 't

Also there's a new doctor in tW,,'. .. LUES Office Equipment : :-- .

town and from the way he acts, 1.. 'b'$' i1 Toes thru Fri. papers Movie AND--; ,-
5 30 Equipment
it's certain he is carrying a p.m. Day before PUblIcation -

heavy burden of secret sorrow. (Limited time only) For ads to go in Sun. paper- Outboard Motors --' .
We can expect some illness 12:00 a.m. Sat.

soon. Will the nervous widow For ads to go in Mon. paper- Sports Equipment -'" -
have a breakdown? Will the From the rockbound coast of Mail e-t:%the sunny slopes of 1pm. Sat.Minimum. ,
( ad 4 lines)
rebellious son have an accidentand California, you've never seen such ney-saving specials. Nursery Furniture I USED

get amnesia? I can't

preduct because we don't know [ FAMILY RATES Vacuum Cleaners

yet whether the new doctor is a 1 AV 1 Insertion .......... 34c line

general practitioner, surgeon or OVER 20% E AP 3 Insertions .......... 22c line Fishing Equipment

SAVE 0 Xe 20 6 Insertions .......... 17c line
psychiatrist.Walter .J F.ORHIbEeEnam Insertions ..t....... 14 One Building Materials

Brennan after all those "SUN-PROOF I ei Total charge computed by Washing Machines -

"Real McCoy" years has come i C H OW multiplying tot*' lines x rate
Pint fJ:( earned number of insertions.
lh'hdeHew.NOW x Heating Equipment
back to ABC, too, with a merry I I One-C.d 5 Five letter wi.ds per line -
little comedy called hi 'coon." Announcements
Rro Pnte eis Musical Instruments
The first program was warm ONLY $698 f0.

C and amusing.It 7 9 8 Point 3 LOST b FOUNDLOST
w Same 2 lines type Camping Equipment
p.t.S.Ie' Price $ A1NUtdtoducng as ordinary
v during hurricane two yr old
was also, I suspect, a television J. : SUN-PIOOf \ R.a male Weimaraner, gray coat
prig 12
-.J j$9ecia1 pointSame Plumbing EquipmentChildren's
Point. Anaziegnew = yellow eyes 10 pounds. North of
first for it portrayed an ne-Coot House extra A4oky as 3 lines ordinary type Newnan's Lake Arts to p_.
rich board chair- a fortRu\e highest hiding a'rd 'toy Reward. Phone FR 21052.
enormously fI/IiJh. aMIs staiN. bIis- foot b ght ..v7)b Ire Playthings _
b New ? FOUND Dalmatioo dog in frontof
$ t )
: Duetted protectioft -
man of a huge corporation as a ten J-o. vaak dowi kM'9i4 J. Hillis Miller Medical Cen
simple friendly, down-to-earth with One-Coot ClpplicGfiOl\o bph Dba 18 PointSame Electrical AppliancesDogs ter. Can be claimed by Identl-
.....t.......4...- ciorw a 4t Pa o f 1aswawa fication. Call FR 4-7091._
nice guy. r 1 as 4 lines ordinary type
S Cats Parakeets LOST blue wallet In Physics Bldg.
.Ub on Sept. I. 194. Money not Important
Brennan plays a fun-loving contents are. Reward.

-. foxy grandpa who, to win a bet, WALLHIDER ROLLER 24 Pointi Phone FR 6-2381.

sets out to prove that ? smart 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE
& TRAY M*>uUr SlJt..... SAVE OVER Sun-Proof er Brush as i S I lines ordinary type
man can still without backing Raettl.r UJvafue ,-. Nothing icill sell it faster LEARN TO OHIVEi .pec a< attention -
I and at any age make a success FREE to nervous or aldarry.

in life. He disguises himself, with purcluMf 30% FREE wftlr_.....Marta Easy 1-7002.Way Lie bv Driving State ot School.Fla. FR

af lUM-PHOOr LatM Hama Pain* 36 PT. .
lands almost penniless in a 2 canons of ; KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON
Only $1.98 with 1 gallon than theGAESESVItLE Beauty on a Budget
.: ,small town and wangles a job in W Plastic Drop AN work guaranteed

-a local garage. Naturally he tall it..a Clew* ...ily w. JD8 purchase (oinit,. t.wooiIy. Same as 7 tines ordinary type 14 Perm.E. Univ.$5 up'Ave.Sham-set (1 172-7724.SO up

becomes almost immediately a loop end tralac. watt hIBt Cloth andPainting a aeautoaMf Open nights by appt. "
etiPfHI for Sew DRESSMAKINGIt.uona
NOTICE Of SALE ONLY 98* ailB.u rioor halp yoapo0 The Gainesville Sun wm not to SUN le- Fast- EffILMntExperienced
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Glove .;. CUe.n responsible for more than one -
You are hereby notified that the f<4towlng 5 NE Section 3731171
: .d.ro/.r. Incorrect: insertion. nor Will V
motor vehicle: 1960 O'tfs 4 Dr u.w w........ toap
,a08A02473 will be sold at public sale / t Z.Wa T..." prows ,. Si* Ptoor cute .... be Habit for,tor any* greater error ,bi extant advertisement 4S SPECIAL NOTICESLOSE
-.t 11:00 o'clock on the 22nd day of .. ONLY 23 Y work
WAUMM proc- .
cowan pad
September 1964, at Associates Discount than- the cost of the space oc ; ;
Yell M'II
safely with
4lC IkaBy
for .N.rMo.
-Corp., 534 N. Main St.. Gainesville. Fla. r .. cuplee'the' WANT ADS .
4trt In
Item the advertisement. Dex-A-Dtet Tablets. Only ** cent
The proceed of the sale will be applied ot .r wall potatt.Onat pt1lR,.Lprpwe, fD1RYeER ;: r:4:::;:
to heeds ,.. a No adjustment wm ," S PER WEEK. Cane e ores
to tile payment of the cost of +eeeMd for Hide or co v<*a .- Company.
retaking storing and sale of said motor Hot fimk. Ovar painting frateclsttovbbery. Coat a. mooHily, be made on errors that do not- '. ? _-

notice vehicle of and sale the end cost ttiei cf to pub'icetion the siisr r --.....Mau.nd...,-.colors...1641L L. '; ., e 1e0--. ......-dnas--M V4-fcour......-5.- materially effect the value of )!- iiI1 -. NEEDED grown books an unused and excess books books.out

lion of the balance ace under the eo the advertisement., ". : Friends of the Library solicits
tract with James Anderson. C-n CushAnderson. Call for lane and located "0'" your help for their Used BooR'
I Sale. Bring your books to Gaines
General .
Delivery. la Crease.Fla. r
covering the financing of said motor of Ptttsburtk Patat Dealer. displaying this situ. The Gainesville Sun -reserves CALL vttle itoat Public Library. 'or call FR

vehicle. Any surplus will be paid to the privilege of revising er ra-

-._you.balance and remaining you will unpaid remain' under liabts. said for con-any BIG SAVINGSPlTTSlUtCrrPAINTS (fi) PITTSBURGH* PAINTS lecting advertisement which 8 Baby Sitten. Child, :,.

> tract.ASSOCIATES It deems objecttonabie and to '..-
-- CORPORATION DISCOUNT r u Palen-SAN.tlMttreate.en lI .1t IN 9 tItJ11 change the classification af My 376-4672 : TINY TOT
vnc-mwK Mura-catc M m
BYt D. E. Johnson, Coll. Mar. PJTTt 1 Ul t>Uf UT*-!.uce-f atrutr advertisement from that ordered PLAY SCHOOL
t1p0IlBanc 1171,Orlando, Fla; to conform to tfw policy of th*
VIsM and see >
a youra 4
"' ,.,. 21 18 ith St. FR b".o...

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Wednesday. September. 16. 1964 Gainesville Sun 21

t 13-Help Male or Female 18 Schools & Institutions I .
32 Mobil Homes For Sal 32 Mobil Homes For Sal 33 LOTS FOR SALE

sales work, full or part time. ACCOUNTINGCIVIL I acre lots N.W. 39tn Ave. S300
CROSSWORD PUULE Guarantee S2.25 per hour plus SERVICE TRAINING Drivea 23 years In business give you adequate up N.W. 16th Ave. $4500 up.
I ABA RoA IMPS commission. See Otis E. Brown, Secretarial Courses Classes now protection in price quart Acre lots S. W. of Town $1200.
Fla. Employment Service for In- forming. Howell's Business College ity, financing. Insurance & serv-
DARLIMG terview between 1 and 3 p.m. 211 W. Univ. Ave. ice. Ask your friends and our Mary Moeller,

1.ACROSS Tiresome 28.Pytllas'work E R R E D O R A C L r. Thursday. Sept. 17. FR 6-3507 Little serve customers you.about JacksonvilleGaines us. 3 locations to Realtor
Wanted Caretaker Guide
friend B O G A R L L E DI ried. Wife to maintain lodge.mar Location LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING vine & Ocala. 1019 W. University Ave. FR 6442V ,

I oW- 6. Roll call 32. Goddess: TAW S T A T U E remote in central Florl- DEVELOP confidence o v e r- Save LotLowest ACRES high and dry. 10 minutes
Ida. fear practical
Privately owned accommodations coma a BUTTSMobile from town. Low low dow
; 10.Tome Lat. A T O T 1' S S u E, Include lake. boats, develop personality deserve payment, low monthly. Call FR
': 11. Rousseau 35. Fill out skeet range horses dogs, duck recognition -- be an. influ- overhead in the Industry. 2-4949 Monday thru Friday.
P E DAL. o R LIMO haven. Must be sober reliableand
ence. DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like HomesInc.
character with
37. Pierce LOTS for sale In Beautiful Idylwi'-'
U M D i n E F l n in good health. Apply giving BS degree 25 years experience. to work and you benefit. LOOK between Gainesville and the vies
13r.Discernhorns: full particulars, past experience Classes start Sept. 24. 7 9 p.m. to the future, make a sound in and country club. Large restricted
meat Backward ALL ERE M E F age family, present occupation For Information call Mrs. Rhea vestment. See our top brand custom golf lots. Certified public w.

14. Restrict undercurrent 1 R 0 C R 0 Florida.to P.O. Box 11476 Tarn- 376-7724 after 5 PJtuor Hotel made 12 WIDES at 10 ter system. Outside ctiy limits.
C C E ft L e:. pa. Thomas 3729501. WIDES prices. t yr. financing NW 13th St. $1750. to 06900.Clyde .
15. Roam 41. Insect egg D Es MIA G aR a available. Lake Geneva Trailer Secklnger Realtor
1 :
14-Sales Help WantedEXP MEN & women la to 39 to train for Sales on Rt. 100. 1 mile S. E. t
about 42. Sun-dried Owner developerPh.
1 p O T S EFT E M E CIVIL SERVICE of Keystone Heights. Open evenings at 6th St. FR 6-3038
16. Statement brick Real Estate Salesman with Examinations. For informationsend and Sunday. -

, of denial' 43. Riding SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE ambition and willing to work, name address & Phone No. ACRE lots for sale.Phone ..
CONNOLLY On street parking all around
Colorado y must be interested in minimumof Key Training Service. 112 W. 372-4416
18. academy
corner. Open 8:30 A.M. to I PM.
I Indians 45. Monk DOWN Reiterate 1 S25000.00 a year earnings. Active Adams St.. Jacksonville. Mobile Home Sales Inc. 2 & 3 each weekday.

t 20. Wag parrot 1. Establish 6. Connected ings.office Good, many advertising leads program.All and list-. Real I Estate Exam floor bedroom plans.mobile 7 year homes.financing.Many 3744341 34 Waterfront Property

,21. Fr. article 4. Hindu 2. Chemists. Skip replies confidential and wHI COURSE Drive out today. 3 miles Southof
t be answered. Box 512A, c/0 ATTEND First lesson free. Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. I x 40 1950 model Shultz trailer Cedar Shoresfine
22.Fished forrdncarnatton pear-shaped 8. Diffluent Gainesville Sun.BROWN HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 3744171 good condition wall to wall carpet Key
lamprcy.:47.: Female vessel 9. Operative l Yct COLLEGE; 21S W. Univ. Ave Lowest prices, easiest terms larg- ; $995. Call after 5:30 P. M. homesites from $2250
24.Modem ruffs 3.Levantine 10. Doubtful 4. 1 & BIGELOW FP 6.3507.372-3727.: est display In central Florida. FR 4-0790. non-waterfront from $1510

26. Textile 48. Arab. craft 12. Parisian has an opening for an experienced We trade for anything. Free de- 1961 10 X 50 2 BR front and back
I 28 Livestock & Supplies livery up to 100 miles.FRAILER with
fabric beverage 4. Portent summers salesman in the Gainesville- 1V4 baths. 1300 equity and Marina LocationsINVEST
t- Ocala area to sell REMEMBER- MART take over payments of $48 per
17. Cotton- ;a; ANCE ADVERTISING to our established WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE'dairyman a Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 4 mo. Phone FR 26062. : facilities needed here
seeder ".3ts4Ae d accounts. to show us a better East Palatka Phone 328-1050
t I Z 3 If 5 : 7. f t .
'lh '. dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills 33 LOTS FOR SALE Motel Locations
19. Baste .ws, You will be paid weekly with a 16 pet. All PuUeted Oral- SPECIAL
It II It 23. Sad d m.. .X lilw year-end bonus arrangement, hospitalization Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDN 104 x JOS' Lot for mobile home I INVEST: accommodationsneeded
t sickness or accidental per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala 500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes Vi ACRE LOT AND OR TR'AiL"EiFOR '
25.Jokester and life insurance benefits.We chua. Phone FR 2-1095 or 461- Prairie. For appointment call SALE. Vt acre V4 mile from
13If 14 27. Mouse-like have one of the highest paid 2105. FR 63052. University incl. well pump, seo-
mammal W sales forces In the country. tic tank work shop. storage & DAVID ANDREWS-

I ri IT 29. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES study room New, patio 8. 41 x 8 1954 REAL ESTATECEDAR
Epithet Must own late model car and WYATT- 2.BR Moon trailer. Perfectfor
946 ADORABLE for sale. married students. Call FR -
of Juno have selling experience Preferably Pekingese 3831
18 19 u tl In the age bracket of 2545. Males $60 female S50. Call after 2310 or FR 62369. KEY 3841 or
30. Wild 5:30 p.m. weekday anytime Sat.

12SI 11 if 243k ts3T Z marjoram faMAA For further Information, write I & Sun. Betty Silcox FR 2-4765. Trailer SalesHome

'l'.I; /: r/h Abyss. I giving qualifications to John E. HEALTHY 6 wks. old puppies S2 of The Best At Northwest
Smith District Sales! Manager P. Buy
ea. Phone 3725887. Pacemaker Mobile Homes
t I' n /: l' "J 31 weight O. Box 34490 Coral Gables Flor Shasta and Airstream
'//. // // Vh 32,-Double ida. PUREBRED Boxer puppies for sale Travel Trailers
33 34 3S 33. Bib.witch' year 'round crocheted shift! no papers. Ocala's First Mobile Home 54X10
l : home Wear with or without belt. Just 2 16-Work Wanted Female Call FR 2-0895. Dealer Since 1948
pieces sleeves. 1J25 Silver Springs Blvd.
s "J! 11 41 34.Worship BLUE Tick and Walker puppies. 115 Phone 629-1351 DOUBLE DOOR REFRIGERATOR
36. Like a Crocheted In lacy pattern stitch GIRL desires full time work as a pair. Call 374-7786. Ocala Fla. PRIVATE DINING ROOM
ofZ' 4t f. rows of shellstitch. Use cotton for housekeeper or child care. Call 9 WEEKS old boxer puppies for
house sleeveless, 3-ply yarn for other. FR 2-mu after 4:00 P.M. sale. May be seen at 1521 N. W. FEDERAL QUALITY COMPLETELY FURNISHED! INCL.
Pattern Hi: directions 323638.. 55th Terrace. Phone FR 25986.
yiddingtree HOMES
45 tU WAN FED days work as maid. INC. WHEELS STEPS ETC.
Thirty-five cents In coins for this FR 2-3836 after 5 FREE kittens! 6 & 10 weeks 4820 N.W. 13th St. Gainesville ,

/: fI V.40..Ungulate pattern-add 15 cents for each pat. old. 3764339.y FR 2.5113 Walt Johnson. Mgr.

:l"h 'l.44.: .Arrest tern for 1st class mailing and 17 Work Wanted Mole USED TRAILER Large living $5859
special handling. Send to Laura 32 Mobile Homes For Sale room rear kitchen, two bedrooms MONTH
Par Una' 26 min.S 414,Mew'stN'i," s .6 Wheeler. Gainesville Sun,' Needlecraft upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Alsoa
\ Dept., P. O. Box 161. 0 I d JOB wanted by high school senior For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn travel trailer 376-8341.
Chelsea Station New York 11. N.Y. 495-J43J. trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent
Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, 52 x 10 FT. 2-bedroom Homette
condition. FR 2-9886, 6-8
NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. 18 Schools' & Instructions 'AJA. and 6-12 P.M. like new. Lot 17 Archer Road Northwest Trailer Sales
ZONE. Village. Phone 376-4862 after 5:00


WANTED 12 Molt WantedAROUND I NEW FOR 19651 200 designs at home free booklet A mer Ican SALES ( x 29' Manor Mercury house trailer. I 376-0205
Sitters. Child Cart 11 FEMALE HELP Help
Baby more fashions to knit crochet than School P. O. Box 16661, Jacksonville 2702 Waldo Road N.E. 11200. Call 495-2452 between AT PALM LANES
evert Plus 3 FREE patterns embroidery Fla 32216. At Palm Lane 376-0205 S and 7 P.M. in Archer.
klDDIE I I KORT CHILD CARE SALESCLERK & cashiers for sun- EXPERIENCED ALL dolls' clothes. Send 25 .
dry store. Apply College Inn COOK FOR MEAT AND VEGE cents for new Needlecraft Cata-
wk.. mo. Old NewberryRd.
Day or
1728 W. Univ. Ave. TABLES. APPLY COLLEGE INN, log.
Planned programs. Pick upat
1728 W. UNIV. AVE.
Llttlewood and Terwllligtr WANTED experienced cashier. Eve-
FR 2-6667. shift. Larry Restaurant LOCAL bottling company needs one VALUE 16 COMPLETE QUILT
schools. Call ning Apply
route salesman for established PATTERNS In deluxe new Quilt
1223 W. Univ. Ave. I COME ATTEND OUR
COMPETENT mother win care route' S day week, salary plus Book. For beginners, experts. Send
for children reasonable In her CURB WAITRESSES day and commission. Apply at 131* S. 50 cents now I
home at '09 SE lit Ave. Phone night shift, top wages. ApplyIn Main St. between 4:30 & 1:00 PM.
FR 6-4481. person, Jerry's Restaurant,
2310 S. W. 13th St. YOUNG MAN FOR furniture ware- 12 Male Help Wanted
WILL baby sit in my home. F LAVE r Msinq end delivery. Must have I
2. $10 weekly and Saturday EXPERIENCED Dry cleaning drivers' license. Apply in personto
.50c per hour. Call 26242. presser. Apply In person onlyto -u.nlture Manufacturer's Sam- OLD Florida company expandingIn
One Hour Martinlzing, 319 area. We now have positions
pie House. New Willtston Rd. at I
N. W. 13th St. available for 14 men, 21 yrs.
Ocala l hwy.LMKKiER
and up. experience not necessary
BOYS Between 12 fc IS- we train. Apply Room
WAITRESSES 'NTED--M a nor YOUR "ROAD TOSUCCESS" yrs. old needed for paper routeIn 205. Baird's Hardware Bldg., 9AM.
Restaurant. Apply In person 2325 the N.E. and N.W. Sections. sharp daily. No phone calls.
W. University Ave. Wonderful experience for
__ your
WAITRESSES WANTED. Howard son, dally contact with the pub- CLAIM ADJUSTORDue FOLLOW the CROWD andSAVE'
Johnson's Restaurant please apply Do hove on AVON lic prepares him for a leading role to unprecldented growth &
you In his future. For information
N. 13th more
in person to 2S30 w.
expansion Allstate has excel-I
St. Representative calling on call Gainesville Sun, Circulation ,
lent opportunity In the Gainesville
WANTED experienced waitresses you regularly? If you don't Dept. 3728441. area for a Casualty AdJuster -
all shifts. Larry Restaurant perhaps it is on open terri- MAN wanted for local: wholesale' with 2 to 5 yrs. casualty ex- '
1225 W. Univ. Ave.EXPERIENCED which could offer milk route.' Must be married perience & a Property Adjuster !
take tory you bondable. previous experience age! with 2 to 5 yrs. auto physical
care of child. woman Own transportation. to an excellent earning op- 21.35 and high school graduate damage adjusting/ experience.

Phone 37M120 after 5 p.m. portunity. Start now tor preferred.: Apply 204 S. W. 5th "
St. These positions offer good starting
APPLICATIONS taken for Nurses big Christmas profits. No Cabinet salary opportunity for personal -. '
Aides and help in ether Depart experience necessary. Port &. Mill Work, Inc. has Immediate growth & an outstanding em- '
ments. Apply In person Calnesvllle time. Write AVON P. O. openings for cut-out men ployee benefit program.
Nursing Center. assemblers formica men & truck
Box 448, Gainesville. Flori-
WANTED experienced waitress. driver. Call to arrange for inter If you qualify call or write full
Apply Humpty Dumpty Restau- da or call FR 2-0421. view 372.3509 daytime or 372-0070 In confidence *e J. D.

_rant. 310 NW 13th St. WANTED woman for repair work, after 6 P.M.EXPERIENCED. Wilkerson, Personnel Dept. P.O. Thurs. Fri. and Sat.
minor alterations Box 11269, $t. Petersburg Fla. ,
See Mr. Welch.
WANTED experienced Legal Secretary man to help manage -
No phone calls. 441 SE 2nd St.,
for Senior to begin Partner.work Salary immediately com- Stock's Dry Cleaners.HOUSEKEEPER able.grocery Capable store.of stocking Must be order bond- ALLSTATE SAVE ON DRIVE JUST 2 MILES NORTH OF

munsurate with experience and II (white preferred) Ing t, helping in store. Hubbard INSURANCE CO. .
ability. Fringe Benefit: Blue and child care to live In or out. Circle Grocery. corner N. W. 16th .
Cross and Blue Shield. For Inter. Transportation needed if out. Ave. & Mlllhopper Rd. MEATCUTTER wanted reliable dependable OCALA ON U.S. 441 TOCONNOLLY'S
view contact E. A. Clayton or
James E. Clayton. Phone 312-''''. Phone 374-S022 between 3 & : INSURANCE AGENT for locI full time. Apply In PURCHASE PRICE
EXPERIENCED waitress wanted I P.M. or apply at 306 NE 44th s agency, prefer person with some person East side Market, 1424 FOR HUGE MONEY
WANTED cashier counter girl I. Insurance experience. must Hawthorne Rd._
Must be over 21., Call FR 24690.Manaro's .
full time experience preferred. have car & be over 21. Compensation FULLTIME salesman wanted. Re-
Rd.Restaurant 2120 Hawthorne Apply In person Kentucky Fried depends on applicant. Re- tall clothing and furnishings. Experience SERVICE SAVING VALUES.
Chicken, 214 NW 13th St. ply Box 569-A care of Gainesville necessary In retail sell "
Sun stating qualifications. ing. Salary commensurate with

WANTED .12 Mole Help Wanted POSITION available for young man ability and experience. 5Vi day GUARANTEE
Interested In advancement above week. Insurance benefits. Write
average salary, while train I ng. resume to box 461-A to arrange
R.N. and LP.N.
MECHANIC WANTED. 3Vj days, Bedroom Mobile Home
Grow with the fastest growing for personal Interview. 1964 3
good working conditions. Berkley company In the south. P h on e
atGainesville Motors. 2201 N. Main St. 372.3694 for Interview. WANTED male cook must be at FINANCE CHARGES This home is completely furnished
least 20 yrs. old. full time. No
Nursing ROUTE salesman for soft drink ANTENNA Installation man. Mustbe sti>He"** "'.*'*. '",Diy In *>er-
I company. Must be bondable age experienced and reliable. Apply son Kentucky Fried Chicken ready for immediate living. Delivered 3995

Center. 25-38.weekdays.Phone FR 28511 to S 16th In Ave.person Tech T-V, 122 NW : .4N.. '" .... t AT CONNOLLY'S and set up. Family Planned

13-Help Male or Female Financing. Grand Opening Sale.

WANTED ma le or female,-we have
Immediate opening for a motor
an ..

WH1fJE -0 IN !:: the Santa route following Fe salesman Hawthorne areas-:&carrier.Alachua.Brooker In, 1964 2 BEDROOM 52x10 USED

Good earnings.; If you hay transportation -
& desire to run your
own business with very little Investment -
please call Mr. CaputOi
NAVE Circulation Dept. 372-8441, ext. 19 MOBILE

I> lVC bartender male or
female, part time or full time.

Apply P. M.' Party In person Package 7 A.M.Store,to 4005 11 This Home is Really Nice. 2 Large Bedrooms, WE HAVE THE LARGEST SELECTION


THIS WEEK'S -SPOTLIGHT IS ON STADIUM in.Beautifully furnished and ready for you to move OF USED HOMES IN CENTRAL AS LOW AS


LONG'S CAFETERIA boys to sell drinks hot dogs LOW DOWN PAYMENT $1 00

!II on W. Univ. Ave. peanuts and popcorn during all 3795 HOME LOT LOCATED 2 MILES
football games, also men and UP TO 7 YEARS TO PAY
teen-age boys to sell seat
,t 'If Long's Cafeteria offers a convenient location for not cushions, sunvlsors and souve- DELIVERED and SET-UP SOUTH OF OCALA ON U.S. 441. DOWN
only student diners but also downtown business people nirs. There are a few vacancies ,
I and shoppers. Good food fast service and free for reliable administrative

parking are the prime reasons people enjoy eating port counter to CONCESSION sales personneL OFFICE Re-

.t Longs.Y Inside StadIum. 3:30 to 5:00 :

.kZ 4 Long's is well known for it'; large choice of meat P.M. Monday thru Friday, or SAVE HUNDREDS OF $ $$ NOW
entries vegetables & fruits. call FR 6-1187 for appointment.

Open 7 days a week their serving hours are.

from 11:15 A.M. to 2 P.M. and 4:30 to 8 P.M. SERVICE CALLS $5

?' Owned and operated by Palmer & Sue Long, the Heating Air Conditioning
cafeteria has had 12 years experience in serving the & Refrigeration Service

public good food. Contractor ," '"'_

Watch For Next Week' ,SPOTLIGHT Any units make and or household model window appli ,' c...

ances. Also we clean heaters. ......

,e *'' CAFETERIAS Phone FR 2-5002

Serving hours 11:15 tU 2 FM. and FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
4:30 P.M. Ill 1:00 P.M. 7 days INN
Featuring U.S. Prima and Choice a week. Charcoal Steak Room, Smorgas-
steaks prepared to your tasteon 313 W. University Ave. board Cocktail Hour 5 to 7. 2 workmanship
For top
our open hearth. Holiday Inn. drinks for the price of 1. Dancing
1900 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-1266. til 2 AM. to Bobby Griffin's call
BILLIARD'SCUE Combo S. Richard Parkers orches- 572-6142
ITALY IN GAINESVILLE? tra. 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR t-2442. GAINESVILLE
Dine by candlelight In the
atmosphere of ItA'ylMANARD'S for not only young men ISM N.W. 13th St.
RESTAURANT (Formerly Fred's Locker Room) and
specializes In Lasagne Pizza. BUT young women too. Try our U. S. Choice Steaks. Fret Estimates-Pict up
Bring your dates Served 11:30 AM 2:00 PJM. tfeilvery.
and other delicious Italian Food.
Open It A.M. tn 12 P.M. Dinner Served < 12 P.M.
2120 Hawthorne Rd. 5-11 PJM.372UtO .
Closed Mondays. 90S N. Main Street Cocktails: Served -. Dancing
4562 NW 13th St. FREE ESTIMATES on

NOW OPEN Alan's New FURNACES and Quality

Across MR. from SANDWICH Univ. Post SHOP Office ADVERTISE IN THE 'BOWLINGBOWLING Central AirConditioners

Featuring our own roast beef sandwich MOBILE HOME SALES > NC .
In natural gravy 55 cents. at Its finest at
"The best roast beef In town. PALM LANES
DINE I DANCEDIRECTORY I Open every night for your enjoyment -
SHELLEY'S Home of the Orlgtaal from 9 A.M. to 2 A.M.
ITALIAN SANDWICHDial Free nursery service. by 7J11!!
372-4582 2404 Waldo Rd. 37t-4454
for fast, free delivery. Best In equipment using Internally
Also pizza 8. your favorite ADVERTISE IN THE Insulated ducts designed
beer lit W. Univ. Ave. or our engineered and installed
new store at IMS NW 1st Ave. SERVICE DIRECTORY
PH. 376-8258 2 Mi. N. en U.S.. 441 2 MI. S. on U.S. 441 U.S. 441 By.Pass U.S. 17-92
II OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE I IWe NE Urtf BtvC Phone 622.8166 Phone 629-7477 PHONE 787-5331 Phone 376-0571 Phone 338-7004

CALL 3728441. 24 Hew Service -




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-'w 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for SoleNEWROBINSONHEbGI.1T 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sol

'-" UNLIKE $60 MO. 2 BR, large kit.. IIv. rm. out of HIGHLAND COURT, 4 BR, 2 bathl, FOUR BR, 2 bath CBS FHA fi- 2BRThOme on corner lot. low lo-
ANYTHING In Gainesville. Thts 3 bath and back porch.,Small down city limits. 3 BR, 2 bath. study Fla. rm.. wall to wall carpet liv- nancing. $91.27 per mo. Only $450 HOME AND, .down payment.NW$60 21t per Ave.mo. CallTommy
'" BR 2 b, with tremendous screen payment to one with good credit. double carport family room ing room. air condition. Phone down to qualified buyer. Seller 3724125.MOVING
ed 15 x 48 patio Is a dream. 1704 NE 1st Ave. Call 372-1537. built In kitchen. Cent. heat & 2 372-5347 or 372-2080. pay closing cost. Call 372-0481 tor Ridge.
THE TIME IS NOW distinguished subdivision huge lot. ton air cond. $14,500 $1000 down. appt. to see 1806 N.W. 38th ler. -"
BY OWNER concrete block 3 bedrooms -i $350 DOWN $$ INCOME $$
You'll enjoy seeing it. Still time I. 2 baths large convenient. $89 mo. 4120 SE 14th Ter. Bud TO JAX?
with FHA terms or' conventionalterms
L : to pick your own colors. Call See at 1617 NW lOth Ter. Robinson. FR 2-2984. available 2 Bedrooms. 1 McKINNEY GREAT
3723727. FOR THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE Bath, screened porch ready to TWO houses on large corner lot. MOVING TO JAX?
BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH SS$ EVERYTHING. .EXCEPT a occupy. $11300 includes stove GREEN i near schools and shopping area. GREAT tnde.4PPO'fualty.. Will
... By Investing in a U. S. Steel Home GLADYSSMITH House with charm.' beauty cypress and refrtg. Call. Dick Robinson Live in one and rent the other. trade beautiful water front
Do You Have A Room, Apartment built In this area by panelling family room anytime DEATONREALTORS One has three bedrooms and is home Mayport area for your
ready for the otheris Gainesville home- or property.
ALACHUA HOMES. INC. parquet floors Japanese s h u t- RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor occupancy
z Phone 374-0430 now rented. Call forcomI Custom built'for-ferocious beach
skylights. .near Univ. & 11' W. Univ. Ave. 376-1359
: Or House to Rent? Model Home Opening every Sun. P.K. Yonge. Designed by archi plete details.ALACHUA. living. Hugh Florida. Room. .
from I P.M. 5 P.M. beginning tect. For information call FR 2- NOR rH EAST separate 'Family Room. .three
August 14. 3331 N.W. 28 PL 372-5393 0328. This 3 B.R. sleeping porch-2 bedrooms. .three baths. .of-
Compare cost with all other 3 distance of FORDYCEREALTOR bath home completely furnished- REALTY fice or'den. .beautiful kitchen.
Idylwlld Walking new
bedroom. 2 bath, fully air cond. grade school. Beautiful lot 3 brm. BY OWNER. Property appraisedat single car garage lot 100 x 100 Associates Many. .Many custom features.
: REMEMBER-A rental! vacancy COSTS homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY 2 bath contemporary home. New $26,000 owner will sacrificefor Paved street city sewer Member Multiple.Llstina Shaded by towering live oaks.
TIME.Immediate.** FHA financing. $22,500. Large tot 2100 sq. age-for $12,500 with only 635 N. E. 1st St. 376-2441 Will trade or sell outright. Con-
ft., all large rooms. 3 BR 2 $1500 down payment Sellers Arie T. Smith Realtor tact Hugh Edwards. Inc. AllanI

YOU MORE. than the ud that will rent Near Finley extra lovely 3 brm baths Ing & living fireplace room family with panel-room. INVESTMENT will pet.carry Int. payable$11,000 mtg.$92.83 at per 6 Mabel Gore. Associate Donman. Sales manager. 372-1551.
2 bath home. Lovely location.
... separate dining room' completely Mo.-15 Call FR 23617.
Good financing ready for oc kitchen 6 bedrooms 3 baths over 4400 yrs.
cupancy. equipped ultra-modern sq. ft. of living area. All completely -
: it bookcases & many other fea furnished and'ready to ACCENT ON VALUENo
tures. Can be seen at 4040 New-
... OccupancyCHOICE Tradition 3 brm 3 bath home In berry Blvd. FR 2-8931. move In. Call Fordyce 376-1234. time like the present to buy this .- -- -
Finley area. A lot that has been home that is priced right and its -
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU landscaped with loving care. See LARGE location In Hibiscus Park is much 1p:: =::::::
two three and four bed- this one. Good price good FREDARNOLD 3 BR m bath with study and desired. 3 B.R. 2 bath Fla. I
room homes at convenient loca. terms. Fla. room. Cent. heating. 1400 room Beautiful shaded lot I
:: EVERY DAY until it is rented : tions. Quality construction plus sq. ft. Only $500 down and $89.16 Paved streets Within walking
bonus features such as: real GLADYS SMITH mo. can put you in this one. Seller distance of an elementary I Colonial Charm :l li
'lit.. plaster walls. fully sodded lot. pays closing costs. Call For- school and the Univ. Just an
lifetime terrazzo floors. GE central RealtorAssociates dyce 376-1236. Ideal home that will please. '
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: heat adaptable to A-C GE COLONIAL I Let us show you this nice -:
: built-in oven and range a 11 I : Anna Hinson styled, walled patio wall to wall I property before you buy. -J
brick fronts rustic gas lamps Virginia Power Caroline Noyes REALTORFLORIDA carpeting. 4 BR 2V* baths! with I Call FR 2-3617... -,--- -- ___
; .$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day sidewalks swim club member 1221 W. University Ave. 1650 sq. ft. Very large lot In NW' -e -
ship. Phone 372-5393 SPACE PROBLEM?
PARK area. Good terms can be arranged -
$50 per mo: . $1.66 J per day 2 BR CCB home for sale. Nice on this $22,300 home. Call We have an almost. new King-size
; No cash' down VA.Low looking home on large grassy lot. Spacious three bedroom 2 bath Fordyce 376-1236. house with 3000 sq. ft. 6 BR.- Comes to Northwest Gainesvilleat
home on approx. Vj: acre wooded
Call 2 baths 2 half baths-
Terms are reasonable. ACREAGE complete -
: .._ $55 per mo . $1.83 per day FHA down. FR 2-1858 after I P.M. lot. in most desirable northwest 120 acres of permanent pasture IVi acres of ground Worth
Also conventional financing. section. Hardwood floors
fenced and cross fenced; water looking at Call FR 23617.
FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA central heat three air conditioning
. $2.00 per day Move in Immediate and partially wooded. Only $250
; $60 per mo approval you can have units. Separate din ing ASSOCIATESJ.
possession and ownership of room knotty pin Florida room per acre. LOTS PALM VIEW ESTATESN.W.
best value house for sale In Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth
: $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day TomorrowVlllAGf the NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air fireplace In living room. 27500. Trailer lots. $20 down and $20 a Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire

$70 per mo . $2.33 per day conditioning.loining living-dining Paneled area family for room extra Picturebook SKYLINE appeal HEIGHTS In three bedroom month.FORDYCE Multiple Listing 16th Are. at N.W. 39th Drive

.. spaciousness. Electric range two bath home centrally & ASSOCIATES. INC.

..: $75 mo . $2.50 per day GREEN and dishwasher. Back yard completely heated and air conditioned. Par. Multiple Listing Realtor New Brick Homesby I
.., per enclosed by 7 ft. hedge.at died Florida room, ideal kitchen Grace Fordyce Borker I A limited number of brick front fully
Call 376-6147 for appt. to see

e. -- $80 per mo . $2.66 per day NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. 2213 NE 7th Ter. dishwasher with built-in and disposal.range oven$22,000. Harvey Benton Associates Dudley Goulden- air conditioned colonials are now under con-

with good terms.COMFY O. C. Gay Dick Banks Builder struction. Prices start at $16,350. VA,

: $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day HUGHEDWARDS IT'S A FACTThe and COZY 926 Frances W. Univ.Hough Sarah Goulden 376-1236 3 & 4 bedrooms built-in kitchen FHA, Conventional financing. For information

.. down payment can be arranged Three ,bedroom home nestled equipment cen. heat VA no 376-7971.
;: '.: $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day to suit the Buyer on this beau- among the trees on beautifully down payment. FHA from $700
tiful 3 BR, 2 Bath CB home at landscaped lot in Northeast sec down-no closing costs.
3669 NW 16th Ave.' Brand Newon tion. Extra large Florida STEPHEN FOSTER
$95 per mo . $3.16 per day a wooded half acre lot. Cent. with fireplace dining area room plea HEIGHTSLocated Capital Builders. Inc. HUGH EDWARDS Inc.
INC.North heat & A-C. Elec. Kit. Call now ,
sant kitchen. Terrace with lots NW. 37th Place & th Street ,
: $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day to see. of privacy. $15,500.CLEAN .
Central Florida's Largest at N.W. 37th Place & OPEN HOUSE DAILY
MOWS THE TIMETo Builder-Developer
Builder and Developer and BRIGHT 6th St. New brick homes under Call 372-031 or 37 -77S1. I
Furnished models at 2909 NE 15th look at one of the nicest construction. Pick your own
Freshly painted 3 bedroom 2 bath _._
available. 2 baths. VA & FHA Terms.
St. homes 3 BR. colors etc. --
.:.. CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR 376-7971 Just outside City on N.. W. 39th home abe to with qualified parquet FHA floors.Buyer Avail-for
.. Ave. lot. Huge LR
: by
Large corner $45000
NEW HOME FOR SALE down and approximately
with See It and you'iIwant
BY BUILDER fireplace. $8700 per month. Seller will Capitol Builders Inc.
WANT ADS 3 BR, 2 bath central heat & air pay BUYers, loan costs. More Have Bought
SUN conditioning. May be seen by ap N.W. 37th Place & 4th Street
pointment. 3300 NW 28th Ave. Call 372-0341 or 374-77M
.. Phone 374-2258. This Is a good buy. Extra nice In ARNOLDREALTY
good location close In. The Edwards Inc. Homes
3 bedroom 1 bath &-room frame monthly Income Justifies the Hugh
house. close In. nice neighbor price. If you want a good In- COMPANY ,
... hood, Ig. shady lot 9950. vestment then phone right now Multiple Listing Member 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In

._ 34 Waterfront Property 35 Houses for Sal Terms.376-5394.Walter Stubbs Inc. Ph. to see. 1219 W. Univ.Associates Ave. : 3723522 SHADOWLAWN I In Northcentral Florida Since

; UNIVERSITY Jim Sheppard Jane Caldwell
; ': WINf-RED H. CRAWFOKD Jimmy Greene Bob KalkmanF. D. OLIVER
specallzlng in M PARRISH W. Hodge Walter Stoddard ,
.... .. Reg.LAKE Broker PROPERTIESACRE- REALTY Individual OFFERING Styles For You 1945 Because They Recognize

I AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose.
BUILDER planned living
GR 5-281. 4 Br.. 2 bath. Holly Forest Lg. 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 .
PRESENTSFOR Quality material & workmanship
W. M. Munroe Realtor 3 Bedroom 2Yt bath home. S TRUE VALUE
I OVER 30 acres of lake front. many lot. Cent. ht. & over 1800 sq. ft.
trees. Also 5 fur Associates: Show house at 3321 N.W. 28th
bearing pecan living area. under $25,000.
S. E. McLaughlin Frank Roby A community you would be
nished houses with dock and deep RENT: 2 bedroom home In 9
Roy MCCann. T. C. Douglas. Jr. Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom, 2 proud to live In
extras. On N. E. location. Living
.;. well pump. Many HIGHLANDS room
Lake Santa Ft. Inquire Lewis 3 BR 2 tr like new. Cent. Ht. dining room and screen porch.Unfurniahed. MUST SACRIFICE lovely 3 BR bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd Drive West on N.W. 39th 2-3-4. BEDROOM HOMES ,
.. Jewelry Co. & air. appraised $16500. Pricedat home in Westmorland. Only $15: Court. T. D. Zetrouer Phone Ave. past the Glen Spring In .
tersection. See sign on left. -
$13.000.INVESTMENT. 000. with $700 down. It features .
FOR RENT: 4 bedroom, 2 bath FR 6-3848. FR 20864.COMPARE.
35 Houses tor Sale Ig. floored attic Fla. rm.
home in N. E. Central heat and
: estab. lawn. fenced back yard. S OCCUPANCY
Duplex frame. S.W. needs repairs air conditioning. Unfurnished. -
.. be used luxurious shrubs. See at 4055 NW IIIIRII"N''IIIIiIllIllIIllIlIIllIIlllIllllIJllIIIIIIIIIIII] a300ffi0tfIII8flNBIII8Inffi808L IR'I
REAL NICE 2 BR. or can
near Dv>*ntown $11400.TRIPLEX
.. as 3 BR house In excellent location. LOOKING for a home-business location 12th Ave. or call 372-0089.
s. Nice corner shaded lot. Frame. N. W. near .hopp'I It'1 -drive by 314 N. Waldo BY OWNER cen. heat & air cond.. !
o. with garage. Total price $11,500. renter. rwecis 'f airs. S11.JOO. 3 Road. This house has 1023 sq. TH bath. 3 BR. family. living I -
a. FHA financing available. Phone br. 1 bath home & grage; EP*.. ft. of floor space located on a dining rm.. large kitchen built L NO MONEY DOWN .4 ;.
.. owner 372-7401. rear do"nlowrt nesJs repairs corner lot. Zoned BA1. in appliances. Large garage .
SfOOO.' 3468 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone Fl; .
: : REDFRANKS; 3 BR }Home needs repairs. $4000. EXCELLENT. northeast location: 24518. I II V A Village f Qtetn
DUPLEXC this 2 bedroom sleeping porch. THESE HOME VALUES
REALESTATE B. Kit eqp. A.-C. unt!. 18. home priced to sell with low
.. down payment and Immediate BEFOREYOUBUY I LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS '
MORE HOUSE FOR THE MON. occupancy. SUBURBAN by Hugh Edwards, Inc.
,. EY 1800 sq. ft. of living area
.e plus attached garage. Super.or; 400Mary Moeller ATTRACTIVE traditional 3 bedroom HEIGHTSGainesville's 38 SAVE The following are now under I S 376-7971- ,,----.
CCB Construction 3 large bed- 2 bath home-living room. Newest g construction and will be ready !iitIII1BIIIIIIIInuunnuUllllllftWIUID1JDnIllllll1llll __
... rooms. 2 baths. Big Llvingroon I for occupancy soon!
separate dining room. o vet y
.. with fireplace. entrance fjver., RealtorMember family room with fireplace located Prestige Address Priced from $13,9007,250Sodded :t J 4
;, cover** pMio.' Nice yard. $ In Black Acres. Built for Those Who Desire The following Is ready for lIIftII lliII....,.......................................... I :
000 with choice of financing. Cal. Only the Best.N. occupancy.
LU'lng .
Mu'liple 43rd & N.W. 17th PL --
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CONVENIENT. walking distanceto
1019 W. University FR 6447'1Associates 3330 N.W.28thAve.
.. J. J. Finley schools and Univ. Built by Four of Gainesville's 3310 -N.W. 30th PI. = Lawns I -
: CUSTOM BUILT and designed by Two nice three bed- Builders _38 4 BR, 2Vi baths. $1250 dn., f
of Florida. Leading
3 BR 2 bath $600 dn. $87
E. W. Moeller Foster Kesler ==
modern Swim Club
with ultra
$164 -
local architect room homes priced to sell with FRED MASONA. s per mo. month. '" i _
a. Living In mind. Dick Durbin Sharon Grant per ; "
o Florida 2700 ft. of living area nice large lots. W. FLETCHER lfllllllllllilmnulnm11llmnilltll1lllUD Air Cond. OptionalColonials : ; I-ILW13TiiV
?- Nearly. $q Central heat MACOMA HOMESW. 1 SHOWN BY ADVANCE 4120 & 4121 _ j _
plus 3 car carport. financing
t' & alrconditloning. Dream kitchen -3 bedroom. new concrete 80 527 E. Univ. Ave. N.W. 19th Dr. -__- -_- ,--------.
win unusual eating are a. JWK block homes. Outside city lim-
3 BR 2 bath $500 dn.. $81
Large. comfortable home for Moderns
..- Striking entrance foyer & pat its. Only three month. 2909 N.E. 15th StreerHOUSE .
.. io. Large lot In LIbby Heights. a large family. Four BR. 4 per
.. Must be seen to be appreciated. 3728404ONLY M. lefM.PARRISH UNUSUAL4Bedroom2Bath s baths up living room. family'
4119 & 4127dInette '-
... 35000. Call 44817. $10,75000 will nice room parlor dining room -
screened porch BR N.W. 19th Dr. a
:: Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor three tly located bedroom In the home. convenien-I kitchen T/t baths down 3 BR, 1 bath $500 dn., $74 5

4 .. 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 4-0817 house can be handled HOME a phone conversation necessary per month. 22
plus prepaid insurance and I a fire. a HUNTING
Multiple !
Member ;
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approximately $67.00 month. Suburban Heights a
a, THREE bedroom 2 bath CCB. with new FHA financing. Wayne Hill Helen Graham Living Room NorwoodHope
.. traverse rods. $750 down. pay EASY to buy three bedroom two Carolyn Pooley Mary Parrish .S Dining RoomS ALL OUR HOMES ARE
4006 N.W. 21st Drive bath ,house In University neigh-
$83 per mo. 19 NE First Street Master BedroomDressingRoom OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY
101 urt 39th Ave. borhood. Owner will cooperatewith Tel. No. 372-5375
-. rHIGH and dry N. E. section 4 BR. a down payment of 1000. USED Family Room a> Den YOU WILL JUST CALLa TODAY
built-in oven and range. 2 Luxurious Bath Rooms Inr.We ,
2 baths Central heat. Florida room. 2 BR. 1 bath frame house. space = ;:
", refrigerator low down payment. oak flora space for two heater 7500. $400 down. $4! Push Button Kitchen. Trade Homes i
ea $94.43 per mo., Incl. taxes and cars and built In kitchen mo. 1433 SE 1st Ave. Bud RobInson Laundry and Utility RoomS 1123 SE. 4th STREET I FOUk BEDROOM BRICK COLONIALS
Insurance. Day FR 2-3581, night will delight you at $17- FR 2-2984. Screened-In Swimming PoolS or Property FR 6-5301 or FR 4-778 $15,825
FR 2-5544. 500. WaU-to-Wall Carpet '

OVER AN ACRE In Klrkwood. Gracious Central Heat and 1If'UIII ....dIDIIa.AllIiIllllIliilIllJlUUUI: ; UI hiII JlIIII'l'QP-: The bri k-front Riviera is the star of our new models.

: New Listing heat two masonry baths. three' home bedrooms.central THIS UNUSUAL ADMIRE HOME IN Air Conditioning Gainesville's newest and most Terrazzo floors shingled roof, custom-built kitchen, central ,

2V* bath PLUS another bedroom and FRED MASON l7JW
SPACIOUS masonory 3 home bedroom with 16' x 32" bath for guests. a relative. or WIMBERLY ESTATES i- luxurious apartment building. .. natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets 'all
SWIMMING POOL. Located: In for a study. Large screened PHONEFR ,

'?0 limits.NW section This Is lust an outside exceptional the city buy appointment porch fireplace.only. too. By Lloyd Myrick. Bldr. 28340FR 2-3182 LAKESHORE city services. .

w at $24.350'BLACK MOST than $17.00000.attractive Three home bedrooms.two for less. O Her ing less more moneyW qualityfor Ask About Our FM: TOWERS THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE

: ACRES-ATTRACTIVE 3 baths. NW. and features Trsds-in Plan '
\ bedroom 2 bath masonry home. Florida room. fireplace. walled 36th Ter. off N.W. 39th MODELS AT $14,500.
spacious kitchen and large screen patio. Occupancy after 60 I NOW LEASING
porch. ONlY $17.500 with i70fl days. By appointment only. Ave. Open Sundays at 2.M tr ,

DOWN. LARGE beautiful lots In Ridge- by appt. 372-548 er 2.4584. M ,1 THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT
.. wood S-D at reasonable prices. I
LOVELY 3 bedroom. 1V4 bath split All Improvements paid. Little- / MODERNAIRE MODELS
home located In $14,350
= ... level masonry wood-Westwood section. KINGSBERRYHOMES
the NW section lust Inside the

:ye'w HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom Realtor MODELS $13,000.
home with 2 sleeping porches located 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 24404 The Regency 3 BR,
... at 214 NE 5th Avenue. ASSOCIATESFloye 2bath. entrance foyer
.. ONLY $14.))00 With 1.200 DOWN! Mathiasen Irene Bunnell 9 Jamaica-style pace setter DR. LR. family FHA and VA Walk to elementary
A. W. Reece. USN Ret. living room roomS
John Merrill Capt.Levis Kirkland Ben GriffinOCALA Forty foot Florida.,room double carport central and ]junior high

1 '9 Luxurious master suite with heat GE kitchen full From $400 down .

Realtor block. 3 BR 2 bath Irg. walk-in closets-dressing brick. on a large lot. 1736 Better and
open-beam ceiling. paneled din room built-in vanity wall living
MULTIPLE LISTINGS N.W. 39th Ave. 19000.
.; .. PHONE FR 2-1494 ing & family room with fire- and shoe closet From $79 month resale value.
ASSOCIATES nlace Irg. fenced-in back yard Fabulous kitchen., breakfast. 10% down $122.00 per per
MARCELLA PARDI built-in kitchen. 372-3130 or 4481483. utility room and workshoparea month I

W.HBUCKHANNAN Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street turn
"I _ _ _ Twenty-six foot closet wall LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: ,
.. Guest suite with sunken tub left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor. .
: Attention Mobile Home Owners!! 9 Paneled library with fire- The Powell 3 ER, 1 VI S Swimming Pool S Recreation RoomS -
place bath oak floors carport Acres of Picnic Grounds S Central Heat

.. Two landscaped patios 1 central heat. lull brick on 1 1I O Central Air Cond. S Laundry Facilities Paint the Down Payment I If You So Desire .
END acre a nice wooded lot. 1514 S Storage Lockers S Garbage Drop Chute
a' OWN YOUR OWN SITE FOR MOBILE HOME neighborhood Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks .
N.W. 34th PI. $14.000.
Scads of sky light so house'
: LIVE HIGH ABOVE FLOOD WATERS. OVERLOOK Is csheerful even In gloomy $500 down $36.49 per

'a LOVELY PARADISE LAKE. SHARE This weather house Is Ideal for month. PHONE 3764456FOR L PRICED FROM $16,000 UP I

: IMPROVED BEACH AND FUN AREA. lavish or casual entertaining .-

: ,.. : 25 Minutes from Gainesville. Other high and 0 Never hive you seen so PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
much cabinet and drawer
: w dry lots just 15 minutes distance. space under one roof. Built and offered by (24 Hour Service) Daily 2-9545 Night 6-9048

Three-car garage. Total SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL 5 DAILY
: PHONE JOHN C. BIRD square footage 4.000 under THE JAMES CO.
w. 2306 S.W. 13th ST.- U.S. HWY. 441

-. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Happy roof to show by appointmentonly. Phone 372.2527 office. BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERS

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f _: -- .- September. 16.- 1964- v Gainesville___n__. ..__ Sun__w_ __
: 15 Houses for Sal 41 Residential Income 43-1 COLORED RENTALS 51-A Wonted To Rent 66 Ivtise For Sale. 85 ,Automobiles>> for Sale --

85 Automobiles for Sale
: A STEAL 4 Bedroom 2 bath home. Also ad- NOW RENTING SMALL HOUSE or apt. First floor. ME WAN I TO buy Ut. model; !Al Chevrolet parkwood wason. wnft V FOR THE CORRECT
!loinlng rental .property. 200 ft. 1 BR. living room. kitchen and refrigerators. Exceptionally tHigh ,'. air 1300. STUDENT SPEC- i53 "PONtlAC. standard transmit GAINESVILLE
COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex
It" : BY OWNER Ave.frontage.WIN 300 sell together block N.E.or separately. 3rd- apartments large living and- bath. NE section. Wanted ty responsible trade-ins'now given.WIlSON'S CIAL. 54 Plymouth perfect cond S sion radio heater, good running AUTO SALES TIME .
party. Phone FR. 66230. EXCHANGE 4100 sworn to mlleL'1395. condition S125. Call
: MUST sacrifice. 3 bedroom 2 314 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- dining area modern kitchen with Phone ,376-4091 after
bath fan large storage closets. terrazzo 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 4447. FR 64405. 5:30 PM.CORVETTE. 1007 N. Main St.
Urge Fla. room large liv 4752. WANTED downstairs room and FR 2-1411
ing room dining room, built-in BEAUTIFUL floors, tile baths. space beater board for,elderly gentleman. CallS ELECTRIC typewriter $95. ,Under 1957 Cross country Rambler station 1960 excellent shape, Phone FR 2-6313
kitchen convenient to shopping and hot water neater, faclll 376-4124. Wood office typewriter $55. Good wagon excellent condition. S500. ell or trade. 4 speed transmission ntral'Florida' Courtesy Of
the heart of Gainesville. Now Norihc
center and schools. 'ties for washing machines. and .
Must see condition. Phone 372-4738 after 5 Call F619. new wjiitt Will' p'.% Phone
to has excellent Income. Could eas- paved streets. See at N.E. 24thvTer. WANTED to lease In Sidney Lanlar -
appreciate the value. No qua)" p.m. 376-08. Largtst University,Chevrolet
__ _
Ifylng. Low down payment. Orl- ily fee restored. Will consider or call for appointment an- or PK Yonge school area. -
suburban in 3 4 BR house. Call 376 7601. Independent Dealer N. Main St. at 16th Art.VOLK .
Sinai price $21.600. price now property. or acreage 5321 or 372-5322 or COMPLETE testing equipment and If64 CORVAIR Spider convertible. I 87 Automobiles
$18.84578.- S500 down. Located trade 376-0969. manuals for radio shop. Hicks 1 Daytona blue. radio beater 4
53 Office-Desk Space Radio and Appliances.FOR speed transmission wire
45 Furnished
t.' --In kr NW-section' Apts.
I at1321 NW 42 ,Farms & Acreage covers bucket seats 4.000 miles. CARS WANTED 1950-54 Fords
I : 21st Ave. Phone FR 7-2633. SALE new beautiful full & Chevrolet Al Herndon ServIce
ONE bedroom. kitchen screened TWO offices lust completed first Take over payments. Phone. 374-
class. 360 so tt. to each office. length wedding dress, and several, 4339 or 37M774. Station. 914 SE 4th St.
Ranchettes $5500. 7V acres SW. porch. bath. 419 NW 2nd Ave..
97 Rt.l Estate- party dresses size 5. with matchIng -, EEN
E Inha.I' J7S per month each. Located
beautiful restricted iMMBHaMiBMIValue
I : I ,home sites. $55 month. EFFICIENCY, 3505 2415 N.W. 6th St., Nationwide shoes, size 6. Will sacrifice. 1963 PLYMOUTH station wagon. 4. BARKLEYMOTORS
ANXIOUS TO $ELL! WAIT NW 17th St.. $45 month. Call insurance, FR_6-2524.. _Phone 378-2448. dr., V.., A.T.. radio heater pow- Rated
142 Acres. N. W. 39th Ave..
,. aprx. McKinney Green Realtors. FR er steering, like new. A bargain
GOOD clean GE Filterflow
500 tt. on Hwy. *
I 2-3617. 54 Business Rentals after at S1950. Call 372-9607 before 5:30
you considered exchanging? washer. Call FR 2-2436 Used Cars
P.M. 372-3251
or after 5.30 PM.FOR
k -,- Ernest, law Realty 44 Acres Country Club' area. Build EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 I 5:00 P.M.

Realtor Exchanger er's opportunity. month. Phone 464-3448.: LARGE Shop building.: Long term I FOR SALE by married student, air SALE by married student A-1 B&G MOTOR CO. "IN THE AUTO GAMEBARKLEYS -
i : :::; 5904 NW. 13th St. 376-6461. lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE. 27th sled with Wysconsin engine. I cond., 1962 Ford Falcon 6-cyL.
"'- ..... 20 acres Farnsworth Rd. Paved. CLEAN 1 bedroom apartment Ave. FR 6-5568. I gas saver but plenty of pep. Cadillac THE NAME" MILLERAV

.'_4 ....4 38 Real Estated Wanted Mary Moeller I across ly. Call from 3722830 Campus for details.couples on FOR LEASE 10,000 sq. tt. store. LOST bright carpet colors $1050 or best offer. 376-477 or NW- Oldsmobib2C01 13th >>St. 2201 N. Main St. BROWN ,
--- _.. restore them with Blue Lustre. 376-9721. FR _
building. W.. Unlv. Ave. Price $800 2-4373 Q
LISTINGS WANTED Realtor per mo. Call Hershall Haynes Rent electric shampooer SI. Mc- 1030 E. Univ. aensa
I 47 Houses for Rent Furn. Danlell Furniture Co.. Gainesville
Have buyers for farmsand FR 6-2641 or B. F. Mfeell FR
waiting .
1919 W.' University Ave. FR 6-7551. Shopping Center.WINCHESTER '62' FR 2-3582 -
small acreage, POOLE-CABLE BUICK LeSabre 4 door
CALC" 80 ACRES I 3 BR turn. house at 1731 N.W. 55th SMALL warehouse for rent. model '4, 30-30 caL, sedan automatic transmission.
Angle 'Real Estate South of Newberry and West of Ter. Perfect for small family. DAN BYRD brand new cond. Fired less than MOTORS pow.r steering. power brakes
., US 41. nicely rolling with beautiful I Call Ray at FR 23389 or Amy 15 times. Call after 6 P.M. radio. heater air conditioned

.". .... *_ ... C..L.-Angle Broker 'large trees. Partly cleared.I FR 4-3724. 376-8268. 372-3282. DODGE-DART low miles. ........ .......J39S
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0. X Angte..Assoclats44441W13lti1
..-..-. St. 376-6927 suitable for' pasture or farm I SANTA FE LAKE, furnish e d. SMALL business or office space located FOR SALE maternity wardrobe, TRUCKS
ing. Several lovely home sites. Three 2-bedroom houses. modern In 1600 block West. University sizes 10 & 12, phone 376-2015. MELTON MOTORS
Only $120 per acre. Half cash I and clean. Couples only. GR 5- Ave. For more Information 119 SE 1st ,Ave. 372-4343 703 N. MAIN 29
0-- "40 Businesr Properties FOR SALE 35 mm Argus C 3 ST. FR 4-7J71
.. __ .. and 5 year term S. E. SAPP I 5373. phone FR 6-3012. .
REALTOR NEWBERRY. F3.5 camera with case $20; GE
:,-:; PROFESSIONAL MEN THREE bedroom. 2 bath house on FOR STORE & WAREHOUSE 21" TV mahogany console 140-
Silver Lake near Keystone. space call John Merrill. Realtor. Inquire 2832 NE 11th Ter.
Own your own office property- 43 Colored Property 376-2615. ELLA'S CERAMICSBeginning

Why pay rent SANTA FE LAKE CCB cottages 56 Business Opportunities S
new classes 9 AM. RAMBLE
modem. 1 efficiency and 1 two
We have S sites on N.W. 13th 2 I. J bedrooms. SE 14th St. & bedroom. avail. Sept. .. Phone 'til 5 P.M. Closed Thursday. FOR
Street and N.W. 6th Street with 7th Ave. Small down payment GR 5-5375 Melrose. 2145 E. Univ., V FR 4-5548
fairly new & modern. located at
buildings that can be ,converted monthly payments $57 to $65. NEAR UniversIty. furnished house 1222 NW 8th Ave., hundred per. United Sewing Center
for use., All are good In Also homes built on lot
your your living porches. cent
f. 2 BR large room occupied grosses approx. CLEARING OUTSEWkNG
vestments. Call Wayne D. Mason. with no down payment. Ph. 411 NW 15th 3?. $75 per mo. S13.000 yr. If you have manager.
Ernest Tew. Realty. 376-4441 anytime. I FR 2-4125. Phone FR 2-4447. al ability and $2-25.000 cash this MACHINE 40/0
is real Call A. E. REPAIRS '
a opportunity.
.. New Quality Hugh Eow rds built 2 BR house and also rooms for ,
home. Three bedrooms. 1 bath. rent. Nice quiet neighborhood.Phone -S Harp. FR 6-5576. Unclaimed sewing machines. Just
As low as $43. per month with FR 4-7577. MONEY MAKER Neighborhood pay the bill & take machine V 65 !
\ t I $2,000 down or will arrange termsto grocery now grossing over $60.- Singer Portable S128T .;
4 BR home next to County Parkon White $14.50
.. .4KINGSBERRY-. suit buyer. Located 643 NE 000 per year should do better. V
15th Street. Hawthorne Rd. $iOO per mo. PRICE of S45.000 Includes business Free Westinghouse $ 7.SO' ,
Hugh Edwards Inc. Call John Baldwin' FR 6-4201 or store building, inventory, Singer Portable 11 US ABOVE OUR COST

---- Phone 376-7971 FR 4-440S PLUS 2 BR 2 Bath central heated V White Zlg Zag S2 .50
residence plus another house Standard S 2.00
HOMES LOTSI 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. for rental plus space for 6 to Necchl S18.50 Sensible
am Interested In buying several 7 trailers. TERMS AVAILABLE. I ALL WORK GUARANTEED SpectacularsSEE
lots at the right Call 611 W. Unlv Ave. 377-7480
I Toke "Jour choice of over 3724125. FOUR BR 2Vi baths large house Call
90 beautiful brick and yard. Four miles from townIn REDFRANKS REALE STATE RAMBLER'SThree
THE. itt St. Phone 37'- 117 67 Trading Posts 5 00FINANCING
homes nice secction. Call FR 22448.

.. Kingsberry 2 BR. screened porch. Ig. yard for 61 Wanted to Buy WILL trade good 14 foot fiber. different series-29 beautiful models

'. New Homesin lease 9-1-65. $110 monthly. Avail glass boat for your car, even
$9,000 to $30,000 able now. Weseman Realty. 815 COINS WANTED trade or boot If warranted. FR
.. NW 20th St. FR 6-2472. All U.S. and foreign silver 2-8181 SEPTEMBER 23

Two 3 Br. 1 bath homes. N. W. dollars\ proof sets and 1955
I :: as little as Fla. rm. $120 mo. half dollars. 70 Boats-Marina Equip. '
i 3 Br. 1 bath. N. E. Fla. rm., $125 REBEL STAMP & COIN SHOP RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
WESTVILLANW lot W. University Ave. FOR SALE 14' Wolverine boat
4.. : : on your lot mo.MARY MOELLER with factory-built trailer spare
CASH for your used appliances. 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
tire 40 h.p. elec. starter Evin- Available
REALTOR furniture clothing etc. Call Wil- rude motor equipped with new on all New & Executive
liams Service Center, Hawthorne
,Monthly battery; fire extinguisher & life -
16th Ave. Ave. FR 6-4471 Rd. 372-3937. -
oslowos 1019 W. University preservers. All in excellent con Driven 1964 Ramblers. -

UNFURNISHED 3 BR home $110 dition. This week only $450. For
64 Household Goods
( $56.00Several at 37th St. per mo. Unturmshed 2 BR $60 further information call 495-2141. II '

per mo. Call 374-7464. BUFFET hutch with glass walnut 1510" Sportscraft boat & Johnson ONLY FOUR EXECUTIVE DRIVEN
new, homes reody 7 ROOM. 2 story.3 BR. IVi baths finish. Price $50. Ph. 372-7974. 25 hp. motor. Original price HAWES-POWERS MOTOR CO.
for immediate $13000 mo. Garage. ,555 NE $2,000 will sacrifice for $200.
: occupancy. per GE 4-burner range, perfect con Phone 374-7882 V RAMBLERS
7th Ave. GR 55032. dition. $50. Gate-leg dining table -
WALTER STUBBSInc. THREE bedroom. 2 bath house blond finish. suit. for trail 73 t SMITTY SEZ :
Musical Merchandise LEFT 3
THE JAMES CO. with Fla. room built In range. er. FR 2-0982. : AIR CONDITIONING! '

.. N.W. Section. $120 per mOo Phone FREE WESTINGHOUSE sewing
"We're still sell-
901 Waldo Rd., 448-1177, Waldo. machine walnut cabinet attach. PRACTICE PIANOS
Upright pianos $95 and up '63 RAMBLER 4 door "770". '68 RAMBLER Station :)
ments. $.45. platform rocker $10 4 :j1
: Phoft.372..2527ytftiftgl 3 BR, 1 bath $150. 1937 NW 2nd wagon -
Phone 376.5394 Ave. Phone 3763401. child's desk & chair $15. FR Used spinet pianos $495 and up bucket seats radio, heater door cross country, radio heat. ing these cars at

372-6441 6-6650. Used organs $795 and up. twin floor shift ........ mj err ................. ...... $995tt .
; THREE bedroom house with stove GRIDLEY MUSIC-COMPANY close to whole- .
.. 3sole.
l Builders of "We trade houses"McCOY'S and refrigerator furnished. Available CLEAN.Phone 372-5002.used refrigerators forIII. S Gainesville Shopping Center FORD,Gal xie "500", 2 dr.. '40 CORVAIR 2 door ,

Kingsberry Homes last of Sept. 1311 lease.N.E..Wese-14th FR 25353. hardtop. automatic transmlsheater.. .................... .$795sion The '65
i Ter. $115 mo. on T-A-G APPLIANCESTested radio heater power
WILL transfer
man Realty. FR 6-2472. and Guaranteed responsible party steerIng. power brakes air ',, CHEVROLET 9
choice of four spinet or: console passenger will be out soon J
2 BR house for lease. $125 per 42 Refrigerators from $39 up pianos. Pick up payments of Wur- conditioned white with red instation wagon, automatic trans- ,,
j mo. Located at 815 NW 20th St. 9 Ranges from $39 up litzer Spinet Piano trade back. terlor new tires. ........ $2495 mission radio heater. .SI19S maker
Contact owner at 905 NW 20th St. 17 Washers from S19 up we must
save $220. Wurhtzer
8 Dryers from $49 up Organ with. '63 CHEVROLET 2 door, 6 cyL. ,,,
3 BR 1 bath CCB house. cent. V sound & motion pick up payments wagon auto.automatic -
2 Food-Freezers from $99 transmission radIo. KnSSSS
heat. stove, walking distance lit. 2 Dishwashers from49 up we have a piano to fit ........ ........ matic radio he* a 0 m for the V
up helter '
tlewood. Westwood. $120 m r. 10 TV Sets from $35 any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO., er, clean. ................ SOTS :::-
MACOMA HOMES INC. 'Avail end of Sept. 610 NW 35th JIM. VOYLES APPLIANCE CO.up 702 W. Unlv. Ave. 376-0031. '62 CHEVROLET Impala 2 dr.. trade ins, but if

: Ter. Phone 374-1374. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at hardtop automatic transmis- '60 DODGE Station wagon, auto-
THREE bedroom. 1 bath, living 495. Rebuilt email Grand Piano sion radio heater, 15,000 actual matic transmission' radio, heat- you don't like

-- lit beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St. room dining room, 'kitchen DISCOUNTPRICES $450. Also another track load of miles. .................... $1495 er, nice. .................. $895
screened porch; $125 per month those tine factory rebuilt pianos these prices
: adjoining city limits. with lease. N. E. Section. near fully guaranteed arrived today. NO MONEY DOWN
downtown. 376-6957. We invite you to visit' us for all
The Charming fhe Livable FOR RENT lovely 3 BR home. your musical needs. '57 STUDEBAKER 4 door. $225 '58 PLYMOUTH i door. .. $59S make us an of-

: RANCHO GRANDE TIKI fenced In back yard screenedIn We undersell everybody. LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE "
.3 bedrooms. 2 baths 3 bedroom 2 bath large back porch & patio. Ig. Fla. HENDRIX 112 SE 1st Street '57 CHEVROLET' 2 door $59S '58 OLDSMOBILE 2 door fer.

: 'study family room. living screened porch. beautiful bldg.room Stove office furn.in rear.Neal Lg.all schools storage FURNITURE CO. PIANOS NEW && ORGANS USED '55 METRO 2 door. ...... ISO hardtop. .................. $265

: room, dining room oak family room oak parquet bus & new shopping center. See NW 5th Ave. at 10th St. Back to school special sale on pi
parquet floor drapes infloors, drapes included. the home at 208 NW 36th St. If FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks 30 anos. Exclusive dealer for See- '56 CHEVROLET 2 door. $495 '58 FORD 4 door. ........ $395 "7CQ" 4 door 4 speed

: eluded. $30,000 10% $28,500 10% Down. you wish to rent this home you gal. with gas heater attached also burg organs.GAINESVILLE. 63 CORVAIR
may call collect 425-4440 Orlando 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete MUSIC CENTER radio $1445
Down. Our 1964 Parade Home
Fla. with 2 shallow 3725421
gauges crane 1025 W. Univ. Ave.
: 4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave. well pumps. Inquire Lewis heater. . . . . . .

49 Rooms For Rent Jewelry Co. RIDGWAYMOTOR
4 "PLANNING TO BUILD' GE electric range.excellent condi Automotive Nova, sport coupe.

t e Let us give you an estimate on contracting your new 2 separate bedrooms suitable for tion. $25. Pair of water skis $10. '63 CHEVY II .
: custom home. couple or students at 1441 SE Call after 5:30 P.M. 374-8472. 83 Motorcycles & Scooters :J'J IO ,-v $1695

t. Call Gerald orV. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290 35th St. or call 372-7312 or FR 1942 KENMORE range. excellent CO. heater. . . .. .. . .
: 2-3905 bet. & 10 p.m. condition. $100. Call 3723451 after FOR SALE 1963 Lambretta Scooter --
: Nite FR 6-5015 or 6-6502 ROOM FOR MEN STUDENTS. 115 5 PM.BLOND V in excellent condition. 1 own. 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 Radio heater.

: Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd. NW 10th St. Private entrance bedroom suite buffets, er&,S call P.M.376-4149 'between S PM.- '62 VOLKSWAGEN $
connecting bath parking area. china cabinets. coffee tables
... J e maid service and phone. card table and mate hlng foldIng 1962 RALEIGH Auto. Ecen. 1245
chairs refrigerator, lamps. campus transportation. Buyingcar .
Nearly.Nu Furniture 316 NW and must sell. Good condition .
Ith Ave. FR 44892.EXCEPTIONAL S80 Call FR 4-5525. door, automatic

i .-- Three Bedroom Homes almost new VALUE.full size Must electric sell 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR 62 RAMBLER transmis. $ 1 1 QC

: range. Perfect condition. $60. Call I sion radio heater. . _
372-4081 or see at 3835 NW 13th CONDITIONING ions up
.. PL Special $2.50 for performance CARS

; in Highland Court Manor 66 Misc .For Sale. of test.Chrysler All makes built cars.and models.Hawes- '62 CORVAIR d"a'4: speed*
Li .
Power Motor Co., Air Conditioning HIGHEST QUALITY LOWEST PRICES | 325

SEARS Kenmore oil heater 55.000 Servicing Center. 204 N. . .
Main St.. Phone FR 2-2561.. heater. . . . .
BTU. like new. $75; gas stove $30
$79.34! See at 1336 NE 7th St. Ph. FR .. "I FAnGalaxie, loaded including
L: Start at only 63 Impala 4 door
9805. 85 Automobiles for Sale rUilU factory air '

___ $2295 63 CHEVROLET V.S
V M.Phot's REPOSSESSED Singer port. Zig hardtop power -
.. ,
.' u Zag and attachments. Round bobIn CHEVY Impala 64. New. conditioning like new r. . .
sews forward and reverse over 2.750 mi $2600. CoIl FR- steering radio heater, real $9395

: : right-you can buy a.new three-bedroom pins ance and$34. needles.Mikeil's $4 Sewing per mo.Machine bal 64405.V '63 PLYMOUTH sYa io suburban : SM rp. . . . . . _,

: -:home" m Highland Court Manor for as little as Service. 815 W.. Unlv Ave. 378- 1955 CHEV..CONVERTIBLE. Good 2195

.' and 1355. condition. $350. Fer information wagon, loaded '. . . . station
,; .4 $79.34 per month, including insurance taxes DO IT YOUR SELF; For call FR 2-4042. .'62 MERCURY :r.S l

and built-in Tappan oven and range, with hood, mica top 18X20" boards $1. Crown'Imperial 1944 tike new.'Must /Z.O MERCURY Monteray, loaded inOO w

: u. __ .fan .and filter.. V b'ns Make etc.table Gainesville cutting board Auto Top veg. sell$<<00.to Phone settle 374-8123.estate. No air conoV. eluding factory air transmission radio, heater power $2045

-e Shop.PLAYPEN. windows conditioned. Like new.
t conditioning air
- 'And and Pierson's 40 VALIANT, A,T.. 'r a, h,4 dr., power $0/10C steering,
:. you get Kirkpatrick quality port-a-crib high chair, V200. black;exterior rd & white power seats . . . . Af M 3 ;
construction too including such items as Owens- buggy. and other baby. turn; interior. Looks sharp good mechanical 500" 4 door setJan,
Chairs. night stand, book case
: : V Corning fiberglass insulation Wolmanized pres- floor lamp rugs. Iron camera condition. Call 3725424. 61 CHEVROLET Convertible 62 FAIRLANE V8, automatic transmission -

etc. All In good condition. Priced '60 SUNBEAM ,Alpine excellent real
; _, ._. .... sure-treated lumber. custom built-in cabinets, '/ to 1-3 new price. Call FR cond.., one owner many eJdraLPriced 1395 I radio $1445

V and Wall-Tex vinyl paper in kitchen and bath. ,.. 6-75)5. right.'Call FR 4-7824. gem '. . . '. '. . i
.... ..._ ; Itonfar r. . . . . . .
NEW furniture purchased. Will sell 4 door VS. factory [I
Why not see for yourself? Our model home is openS old Sunday School furn. and 1955 FORD 'CONV. good top good 60 CHEVROLET 4 door
SV benches cheap. Phone 3728329. tires, good V looking. Fully equipped air $ IMPERIAL power
daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday from 1:30. priced at $395. 316 NE 1st St. 1395I 62
2 MO$., OLD gas stove with grill conditioning etc. . .1. . steering, power
V 5125Convertible sofa hide-a-bed 1957 PORSCHE COUPE. completely
like new $65. Phone 372-4848. rebuilt excellent condition I I Impala, 4 door brakes, radio heater $2395

GE push button elec. range. Has throughout PL after .J See PM.at 2115 NW 7th 59 CHEVROLET I standard $ air conditioned. . . . .
i) KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON timer and deep welL Paid $269. 895
Excellent condition. Will take $99. .55 CHEVROl ET, standard transmission transmission excellent condition 4 door stotion
Gibson 1 ton air cond. not a 6 cylinder. Perfect condi. PLYMOUTH
year old. Just like new. sold for tion. Call 372-4438. 1815 NW 7th I Meteor, 4 door sedan 61 wagon automatic

Sales Office NE 23rd Bird. & 11th Terr.Phone 372-3471 $299.N.E. 11th Will Ave.take or$125.call See FR at 5047.805. PL 62 MERCURY one ownerperfect $ -1 OQr transmission power steering, V8,
55 CHEVROLET. $99. Rough but $1345
ALUMINUM awnings. 10 x 30. dependable. R & H. Call 376- mechanical condition . I OVD real sharp. . . . ... .
$125. Edgar L. Wight Jr. 462- '
5552 after 5 weekdays anytimeSat.
i 1194. & Sun. '60 MERCURY 9 passenger station 4. door* sedan automatic

CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew 1964 VW Deluxe Micro bus. split wagon factory air '60 DODGE ,
ii and Used $60 seat. red .. white. 50 HP excel from transmission, radio heater -
i : SERVICESHome Complete line of photo supplies lent Condition.. private party. S7>: conditioning right $995 $.

> FULL ER'S FOTO 2-0713 INC. 395. CU FR 2-4281 weekends and I bumper to bumper . . . power steering ,95
619 W. Univ. Ave. weekdays after 6 P.Mo. real sharp . . . . .
TRADE your costly to operate 63 OLDS Jetfire, fac. air, turbo '61 MERCURY Meteor"800"4 door
ELECTRIC water heater and charged. 4 speed. loaded. John: sedan $ F irlofle "500" 4 door auto-
$48 for a new glassllned Pierson. FR 24743 or see at 1122 !
i 1195
t And Business water water at heater.about half Much the more cost with hot NW 4th Ave. local one owner car . .. . matic transmission, $645

OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. exceptionally clean $ radio heater. . . . . .
ARCHER ROAD. FR 65)10.TV 58 OLDS 695
air conditioned
antennas. $3 single stack $7
4 door standard transmission
double stack. $1X00 complete kit. '
Advertising Upholstery Station
Jim Vovtes 419 NW ISIs Ave. PONTIAC '58 RAMBLER Wag- $595 60 FORD 6 cyl., $ 1

and MONOGRAMING V UPHOLSTER your furniture at Chairs low IS S8. No money nice. . . . . . .
reasonable prices. Call Sally 302 N.W.Sth Ave. classic 4 door 6
\ Call Hank Blackstock Experienced. down low as SS per month. cyl.,
37J-2W. N.W, 13th Ten.Remodeling.FR 4-9MJ. 4241 V Free estimates pickup and delivery FR 2-2583 61 RAMBLER local, low $ 2 door, aiatomatktransmis
service. All work guaranteed. 59 CHEVROLET

Appraisal Service Phone 3767716. mileage perfect condition . . 850, 5 795

NEW ana used chain saws lawnmowers sion 6 cyl., heater real sharp .
'REO I. ARNOLD edgers. tampers light
REALTOR DO YOU NEED. Florida room. eJlo plants cable. Wisconsin Briggs IMPORTS
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL tra room more room. roof work.or & Stratton. new and used motors. 1964 Fury 4 door, automatic -
SERVICE maybe a complete new home;. Rental sales and service 59 PLYMOUTH
I21t W UNIV AVE PH. 372-352 For a free estimate & guaranteed Meyers Power Tools. 2M NE

I BulldozingSMALL Waters.work.3726049.EXPERIENCED.phone Carl C. PIANO 16th Ave$100. Phone Sofa bed 376-3411.and rock 61. RENAULT . . .$495 transmission, radio heater . 545

V er $35. Desk $7. Misc. baby FORD this has V
bulldozer\ loader. dump CARPENTERPaint clothes & furn. Stroller Si8. bathl 'VOLKSWAGEN car /FT Headmaster, 2 door, hard
truckS. fill, dirt. lime reck. Top and repair fob performed by none $8, car bed $3. FR 4-4881. just been safety D/ BUICK
soil. Phone 3727344.Mortgage carpenter who loves his trade.. top, S
CALL HERMES portable typewrtier $25 i checked and classed $' 395
Broker 6-4907 Lady Kenmore dishwasher S80 I; as per- 395 full.power. . . . . .
REAL ESTATE maintenance. remodeling .. Cartop carrier S3; dinette 8. 4 CLEARANCE fect by a VW dealer . . .
and additions. RaoTmo. Chairs $15. FR 4-7448.
MQKTGAGti MONEYs all types of home V door station
repairs. 372-
.AppIiancA Repair.& % per cent Interest. Terms to 71M. or 3726235.Roofing ONE carriage ,play pen & car 159 VOLKSWAGEN 58 STUDEBAKER :
25 'fearLBUY bed. $5 ea. 2 Infant seats S3 ea. 5
Air Conditioning REFINANCE Call 372-4258. 136 NW 11th Ave. $850 295
BUILD Call- BARBIE type doll clothes many SALE mileage, extra clean'SZVOLVOpw. . o7. radio, heater. ., . . . . .

Don Byrd Ph.3763875FHA original style Priced lower
A-1 l.4ANDYMAHSHOP c. L HARRELL than commerciaL also Little Sister $495 $39'5See
at lowest 57 MERCURY
First In air conditioning sell and ouaran-Ap- current and rates.' Terms to 25 V Contractor". styles. 373-4512. . . eater
U.nce repairs. ate. years. Will glldtY i dlscv, at noeblloation. Far all your roofing need* and repairs S BEDROOM set. 9 piece S2SO or '
S teed washtrs. rttrtstrators Call tomorrow. I caB us anytime.FR chest $50 bureau $70. bed $45. 57 MERCADES $275
f R 4837.AutoGIoss. S J. W. KIRKPAtRICK. Realtor i 6-7745 vanity V SIS. chair SIS. vanity, SHAW KW . : J. L SMITH WILBUR SLIGH PAUL
3t N. Main St. Ph. fR 2-&Af4 I bench $7. night table $15 mirrors -

... i-- FRED 8. ARNOLD Sewing Machine, Repairs floor 2 lamp for SIS.$35 wing bed chair chaise$30$25.. f A GOOD SELECTION OF CHEAPIES BARNETT. FRANK GRAY.

REALTOR X 12 grey rug $25. 9 X 17 rug
.:. ImmedIate tastaflattonitre LOANS CO. SIS W. University and white sisal 32 feet for $12.
blckvp ,aVj dartvtry.Uautf .- Add ijit w. UNIV.: AVE. PH. sra-asa Ave. 378-1355. We repair all Draperies and other items. Phone HAWESPOWERSMOTOR
S a. vaiu*. to your r.Jtojlq Makes. Work SuIt 372-4151.
-L IN'S, AUTO GLASS co. F. H. A. Cenv. loans guaranteed. CRANE LINCOLNMERCURYUSED
: V REALTORSPlumbing TELEVISION 30 high T.V. mast. All channelT.V. '
:: W*_ W._Uftfv _3761236 antennas. SO" antenna wire. CARS
ufpm n't" -
--J____ Inch plus Sit to Install most Stand offs everything yet* .
HYDRAuuc JACKS rebuilt tvbes. 1 Year Warranty. Special need. 238 W., University 516 S. ,MAIN ST.

exchange... Repair kits tot SEWER INSTALI.ED Reconditioned TVs from Stii. Ortly $18.95Also _

S _. ....:;:;-: J Iker ICkL Hydraulk.FactorY Jack IJ. I urw. .' used service fixtures"BIO-completedumbing JIM THE 1'VARIETY S.E. 1st Ave.STORE *52. channel master,"Econo KM* Phone FR 6-5371 OPEN TIL 8 P.M. FR 6-2425 2-3531 312'N. MAIN ST. FR 63400t

-r--$Env5fA9flI. Hut L'$, RAKE I HUGULEY, Gainesville PlumbIng 4 TechnIcIans with M years experience WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER
U14 5.LVVV Hawthorne Rd. 372-3X7
MIn. F. .1-1'i/tf'LY FR M5W. on all makes. V
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L r pviI Reg. ,, REG.7.35
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110 N.W. 6th STREET & 'Brandy REG. 10.00 2795th

Imported |E9G5 379 REG. 1.39 WINN DIXIE 'NEXT'. DOOR TO Monk 699 DRY GIN:' ,
Scotch CASE 44.95 2.98 5TH I Liqueur 3 5th $7.95


86 Imported REG. 9 LIQUORFuR LESS WHITE Split
SCOTCH 5.50 5th or PINK 99c ,

PARK & GLENMORE _. VODKA Glenmore H bl '.:


Glenmore Vodka Glenmprc! 6 YR.KY. -. Old Hickory .Manhattan

J 2nSn! REG. 5.00-44.95 CASE /wAr GIN Gentleman BRB'- i>R N6Yr.5rroig6tBourbon Daiquiri

.x.+ +' ..,+' 111 Reg. ._ii i i.a 'Reg. Gleninor i Re9.4.15-35.75_ CASE| .
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PARK & Old Hickory "ABC BUY ABC BUY Crawford's

STR. KY. SELLS WHISKEY 'The Lightest Kentucky
Youngest Whiskey 12 YR. IMP. SCOTCH
BOURBON' Bourbon in the World"MONEY
O 1YEARS -Ii FOR LESS 8.50-52.95 BACK
IV OLD Reg. 5.75-47.75 CASE Reg. CASE
,, Reg. 5.25- L THAN 3 5th 10.50 .
/"" ,,: 3 5ths 11.505th I I ''m Reg. 5.00-41.88 CASE
.A'7r:5.' 47.88' CASE .. I

By The Makers Of pE6.Sf! fiR.BRI. 41' 6-'t' !(:.S/r. Irb.- REG.S." 20% CALIFORNIA
Yellowstone TENHIGH RON RICO 99C
3995th Reg. 8.95 HICKORY LlGHT.rDARKRUM Port Sherry
86 Str. Ky. BOURBON .4? Fuu.o9Rr MuscatelDESSERTWINES
RCG. Sao 99 FULL QUART FULL QUART Red- Pink-White- Reg.T1 89i.

5 .,.
Soft NAU. Blind U I
P RKRE.t ORD G-clh.l';:,
VERMOUTH, 5TH CAtI ERI' ,can or Vodka I r BEER CASE 24
EXTRA 3.99 12..OZ. CANS

SWEET ROMA or .DRY. . ... 99e 31.14 qt. RII.us imp. Seete' R.., U. Str. ._ 60S. Imp. ae"", Gal. EXTRA STRENGTH BEER OR ALE '
ROBBA .. . .. . 1.395th 5.99 4.98 ABC FILTEREDVODKA .' .. 3.99. '
J. BOISSIERE .... 1.79 5th o Cacao-Apricot-Peach or'

CASECA.'ADI j. ..... Reg. 6.65 Reg. 4.50-35.88ASF FULL SEER FULL.IMPORTED .

SWEET DRY \I.J7 ft 5th 111 DELUXE Canadian I :6 HALF 1 09

or OLD THOMPSON Bourbon Deluxe QUARTS _
St,. Brb. Blend
Ky. or
... 86 -Proof, Blend Reg._4.90
CASE .,),mPRUM ; DRt GIN :>

AIC' Imported GIN 3H395' 329'Slh ,;3-:1050, : FRENCH 52.95 J49: ; A.1B'{; C

ENGLISH +.so 41.88 :CASE Champagne CASE 5th _

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__ Wednesday. September 16. 1964 Gainesville Sun _25
: .fPay

t I .

, SuffersSetback _

2frw ftnrk (Himra A NNIVERSARYcTHURSDAY[

Subscription Television Inc. has
all but abandoned its ambitious' -- -- ., Sept. 17-18-19]
expansion in California
program :;: -
at least until fter the November "" I


and has asked General Telephone

that cannot now receive the pay
TV broadcasts.Two I

Television weeks suspended ago Subscription prog r a ir SANDWICHES BARGAINS BONUSES GIFTS. REFRESHMENTS

production activity but it con- _
tinues to televise a full sched-

ule channels.of shows Pay on TV its three officials color CA01E/J.{ J"3 ,;, WE PROUDLY SELL & SERVICE AMERICA'S FINEST ;

blamed the cutbacks on unexpectedly J

heavy operating expenses ,.:. >:
and on heavy expendi- Served 10 a.m. to S p.m.
tures to oppose a state referen- Thursday and Friday Only
dum that would bar pay TV in "FRIGIDAIABSOLUTE

I: California. The referendum

i sponsored by theater owners t! .
I will be voted on in this fall's

election. '
Early surveys have indicated '

.1\ mustered that the state.the antipay surprising Sylvester TV forces 1.strength. WeaverJr. have in !: : CLEARANCE ON ALL 1964 I WASHERS & DRYERS ,

., president of Subscription I _
Television has said that if he _

his lost the case election in the he courts.would fight; CHECK THE FACTS. I FREE I 7ET-OUR DEAL. .1 j

There seemed to be some dis- eo ,
agreement over the immediate --- -
: '
cause of the dismissal of some JET ACTION IFTSC' FRIGIDAIRE "

143 salesmen. The salesmen, ;;; Compare These W a:: -. W ,
t who were employed by the Reu- < ffi "- Compare These a::
With _
ben H. Donnelly Corp., which .
1111Fach j : Facts With Any !:
owns 9.3 per cent of the stock I Other Brand 0 __ NEEDED O_ j
in Subscription Television, sell I I + __ .. .1 Other Brand
tt: J- ... .
E the system to new homes not jo .
Iii ..
now equipped to receive Separate ice trays .
pay utomotic lint # rest on refrigerated -
TV programs. Ii k JL ><
As a result of this latest re- :: removal --' F R E E ; freeze faster .
trenchment there are only 30 ::::;ir-;: ,"
salesmen now working in Los Dependable, ask -<< : ,- '. -.y Full I width and If!f II E ;t-ar
0T' full I food 1 X j
Angeles and only 12 in San : about airs I D 0
is )( E SUPPLY __
< chaisesde
Francisco. At present only a 'ter lifetime Y-. t.J.*.: j: I ; -
III 'aa: .
test -
thousand homes in the .. WITH WASHER t.M ,
i few two :,:., > :: '--
cities are equipped to receive .. .t ,I ; ;; .'Ample egg and i Jtl:. L'_ .. .AI. f' ,... I ,
pay TV shows. Simple to Operate f k :3i; ):tJ PURCHASE..".. storage x A .

Although the company claimsIt dial scffi.. I : il' II"I : ..:

has about 30,000 additional or- ; jY Aluminum; .., 11 "
ders many of these are from shelf fronts' not )( I. l :' !!ill ,
.. rHtmI
homes in areas that cannot at :: water A IaMo dispensing- FREEICEEJECTOR plastic "." .', .., 'ITI" I
present receive pay TV shows. t of X ;:::: I I
detergent and -
r. 1 I .'Magnetic door ;: : .
The TV system transmitsits ,I:
pay bleach I
Patented ,Deep Action I seals all four 1 I h i
cable >
programs over a system .. -'' aBtht9r'13t0' eS and keeps heat. .Et '4 I
rather than over the air, .. t tip ts'c: in II ::: _
I !xclUIIY. auto-. ....... ..down. -=jet currents help & '((1
waves, a device that while pro-II X WITH A..Y.2 DOOR Choice of paintor :
viding better quality requires .;;. mate d,ei.- / I porcelain ;*>, -j r ::g.l: :
heavy installation expense. REFRIGERATOR only Fri 9 idoire has {il' l'i ij ____ .
porcelain exterior ::< ..... _____
:;; -
; Ud .fety switch PfPf.14T064.:
AstronautsBehind K \ 4 Famous meter 13.8Scu.ft. _
b 1t I. I miser sealed in h. '' -=
___ steel, oiled for life. -=
r : Most dependable, 1C .

:-::: 'ottnted Jet WASHERS- I' F RE E economical Inakingmechanism 1 cold REFRIGERATORS $1"8 00 ::

In ;::' cone agitator K -PRICED ..$16800, ; known to man." W.T.
TrainingCAPE FROM .

tronaut a. Gus faulty KENNEDY Grissom Gemini said(AP-As-mission)Tuesday :11 I I T PRICES- NEVERt WEiYI! KANTSLIDEGRIDDLE i.. I TRADES NEVER"-. BETTER 4 .' i.I

I simulator has caused astronautsto : with purchase of any FRIGIDAIRE ELECTRICRANGES
/ ;
fall behind in their training .
schedule. DRY ALL YOUR Friijidaire! Electric UJ'
j Range.
"We would have been hardpressed I UJ !
i Compare Thes. C WASHABLESBREEZEFRESH Compare These < ;
to have been ready fora :Q' l' W
launch in November or December I, Facts With A ny < J: ..rf :);Yi"i>''.' ;;:"((? ;,.:ffi Facts With Any Q CONVENTIONAL :;:
as it was originally Other Brand ((3' t- r'c' '1.. .fd Other Brand 0 1''&&& .. .
I t 0. ,. a-: ft_ t._ '. i\ and ..III .
planned," he said. ,/, ,*.,
V ; <\
? Pull 'N'Clean I iJ
Grissom and John W. Young, WITH A p.'rif;' ... .. I free floating I a .-, .=I\...... OVENS..
the first Gemini
picked fly
manned flight, held a news Dacron lint FRIGIDAIREDRYER &. surface units, >< ; 30 &.40" Sizes
filter x
.11 ;:( : ,., ,
conference to explain the mission j. ... den far >< t" /<$(.. :- :.a;.. 1 will not warp fWi.*: r-, A All _

and space suits they were I "I' cl..ial } .... '-g-i.. .f".,.v.z.; ; tY't- t'I .. :. Porcelain
:; : ,::{: :
I' ;;
wearing.The ,> .
Z. A : 'I. Porcelain d.p .qa % :; ill
d. ; .. :> t .
National Aeronautics and ? '<:I : ;
> :
Space Administration formally '. Even flewing 1 i. :5.;, ", ,.. ,: ;'f 3 1 bowls clean easy X X..{yf [
-: t ,
)( :, ;, l' ,:t1Y.. "i><> I .. I
announced yesterday that a heat .\ ,.:'' '< ...:x 't! .. "'. .. .I as a dish ,. _
111; j. '' fY".
manned flight had been postponed .;,.. II i.. + ..<..i:, t .. '-= ,...'.. ..

early 1965 from because 1964 to sometime of lightningand 1 in Ii,;-;; Snag Free 0 t f.. ...,.y.'..,....""' .j;,J: >C:-:= ,....., Pull off control. ,I I
hurricanes that have porcelain X .;:,.0'....;../<' ...;,[..,....! ,}1.:1bob.";';: for test' X .. --.........
1 cleaning
plagued Cape Kennedy this .;; drulll _________ !:"""'"w., .... .. (> ;; ; j ... ..J I
: -
year. r ) i.frtJ .'. ..... .
Grissom said the simulator'scomputer + : ::-
'.,(. Spill guard top %; .... ,
Mrs. Brenda Crum .
was the reason for the' simple to i. .':. keeps spills from ;y training delay. "The machine 1- X ;' Q Home economist, of they dripping down yfX
thinks for itself and not the wa eI.ol I.ttln g Gainesville Utilities De : .-" ; ; .
we want it to think," he said."We partment will be here to I _
will still have a tough time both small Porcelain inside .
getting up to the peak we would Remote control 'd' appliance10a.m. and out,clean and K ...... .

like to be in for a shot in January timer K. :J -,.!' .. -S. ,. .. : ""'"'7" to 5 p.-n.: stars with.beautiful wipe ... ... ...... -
February or March"It -;'<:-o' ne d Friday, for Years .
was the first hint of troubleIn September 17 Cr 18 _
astronaut training. Other delays '!!
.. Full the st0l8'8 It
in the Gemini had
program Self-draining drawer pulls out X
been announced by NASA officials filtretor OPEN FRIDAY r for easy cleaning
DRYERS 1 I 000 .
as hardware problems. (DCIF-64) RANGES 00

Attack China \ FROM W.T. FROM W.T.

Dope Profits -

MOSCOW (AP) The Kremlin .

making has huge accused profits Red from China growing of:. I NO MONEY DOWN WITH TRADE-IN

and smuggling dope.

Pravda, the Soviet Commu_ -S. NO PAYMENTS UNTIL NOVEMBER 1964
said the
nist party newspaper T ,
Chinese government is earning BUY WHERE SERVICE IS A SPECIALTY
$500 million annually from_ GAIN ESVI..LE'S'. JUST COME IN & REGISTER

narcotics.It claimed. "anti-Soviet Red China used' the : LARGEST SERVICING; :i FREE GIFT

profits for propaganda ,
or to subsidize the JIM ---

puppets Pravda of quoted'Tsusai the Peking splitters.Suga-" ... FRIGIDAIRE ,DEALER ; VOYiES{ NO PURCHASE NECESSARYPLUS

vara, chairman of Japan's 13 YEARS SELLING AND.,1\ : : ,
National Committee for the Iii / J& a*-i
Addiction SERVICING I ONLY THE, In addition to your free gift, you receive ,
Struggle Against Drug ::: -- ''" .
2 chances to win other prizes
as saying China is ,the '.. '. ;_ ,APPLIANCES; and TELEVISION" L One Prize Given Each week
grid's" largest producer ofD f QUALITYLINES f: Grand Prize; A FrfckJoire ApplianceLost ,

tee:um drug poppies exports and are that"shippedto most of f 419 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. ,Phone 372-5303 Week's Winner-No. 1799

Southeast Asia and large
consignments also reach the '

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=::. Iwee' Peas 5 #cans 303 $1.J. .

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'.. candy departmentHELLER'S Prices Effective frozen. foods. 'Swift's Premium Asst'd. Flavors
< Concentrate Tree-Top rema'Apple /re Cream half 6 9c
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.: CLEAR MINTS r Juice ,;: 39c .
Sept. 16)7. 78,19. 'Schimmel's Delicious{ Flavored

"j: 4 8V2-OX. 29C .j. 1964dairy Southland's Morton Bread Quick WKola Dough Frozen 3 L!= 49c Crape Jelly 3 20oz.jars 1 $1.

has specialsClub PotatoesSouthland's . t 39c Without That Oily Taste!
Trop-Ccl.Lo Qukk Fraser 1.1 I 4 24.0%. $1
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7U Blackeye Peas ..Jewe1
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Drink 39 '
Orange IGI. Margarine 2 J I35 J; C Clark Mueller's Fine, Med. or Wide
White House Juice .. 4Strietmann's 32.oz. $1 Yogurt I.kate uorte4.Fl.r.n. :SI: I9cBttty sie Steaks........',.:: :.;.:d. 20..s.nk,. $1. Egg Noodles.. s pkg.-oz: 1ftApple :
bottles Crocker' ButttrrnHkBiscuits !. 1-Iti. '
Oysters' ,It.. 89c, White or Colored TwoPlyDesey
New Lock Top' I 4 :S: 39 C Mrs. Paul's FamOr Pack '" 2-roII .
Zesta Saltines........... 1-b.k 3V Wi*<*ittiii Cheese B.r Sliced B9 6-Ere Deviled Crab tSk:.:. 99c Tissue pkg't
Swiss Cheese Dk9: 33c New! Swonson's New_ lMtte4 -.., Ken...L-Rotion ,
Nabisco's I Cookie SandwichOreo ::
Popular l I-lb. --'' ..... CktcM h Cheese Treat T-V Dinners 2 Z .89!s, tall
C remes .)....... pkl 49'Wise.. *. Muenster. Corwod Beef Hask.:Mac 4V Ckeeie) Fraaks, Dog Food 3 cans 49c

palmolive palmolive cas mere cashmere vel soaky action chlorine fab

toilet soap toilet soap bouquet bouquet beauty bar fun bath. bleach detergent

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Swift's Premium Sausage (+( 50 stamps w/coupon) 'w SWIFT'S PREMIUM FRESH
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Swift's Premium Freshf( 50 stamps w/coupon)

Sliced Bologna 1 P9: 59c w Ib. 19. .. 50 WFWt SO

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fc':,:r Sausage .' lag' 59c39t' ,. HERMAN'S BAKED SLICED COOKED HAM OR
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I FOR 3 DAYS ONLY THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, SEPT. 17-18-19 : .. ';;;' .
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RCA Whirlpool and The Variety We hare had so-many We have $30,000. --worth of refrigerators on the floor models tosuit ..,;:d .
Store combine requests to repeat our h ,
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you Texas Gomes 'rIG every home and need, from 11 cubic-foot models starting at, 138.88 .. -
outstanding Refrigerator Sale I .In thiscity's Gainesville Sale < .
history. here we go to the fabulous 19 cubic-foot No Frost: I Ice Maker Refrigerator at 679.95 _

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i' : t I :".,:. : EXTRA TEXAS SPECIALS;" ;i on. :: Corning Ware
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U =-== Acceptable Trade =- $289. SUNBEAM HAIR" DRYERS.';4-i4 hears t'R.t.L: &.*.lU 99i ..t.. : :. .. tCA, '. I IPurchase

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$33995 1KT14DM with. .acceptable tnde ., .ICE TRAYS. .. ...... ,.:,....;. .ow11., ... .. "' .......p.-... ._. ...:..'Iw. #'. ...-.'. "- ..",. ..., .--...._......-- 3J. .'.. Q.r C1wQTilE" .DAY1
It's "all" 15 cu. ft. of refrigerator including 1.5At this price, you can hardly afford to be,Without. .f > :. i* \'. **;. 5 f ,,* b Jj i i. i r: 't 5: ?iJt -.f 4
b. Cube 'n Food Locker. Refrigerator section IceMagic automatic ice maker. Replaces every SPECIAL RACK of )..;f":<*:;""" .* -*:> .' 4's'. 4U* "..ti! .,No Necessary
defrosts automatically! Slide-out 25.3-lb. meat cube you use automatically! Also'features 3.9 : ? 'i. ; I
: an. Two exclusive Carousel* Shelves bring cu. "zero-degree" freezer Vegetable ,crisper LP Records v,.. .Y.0. 0" ..- C. ,.. 1 t"ffj :. ..'. t.... .
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S1OA95 Vegetable YouTlliketheK criaper estoo Super-: .. $178,. .'Three way;- water temperatures. .' .. ONLY.. !' 'J:4.: ..,.Yithf"'... ... .......-Trade, .;J1* -l.. 37"We .- .
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acceptable. trade magnets.Built-in loon .. 3'p' .-Centred; "
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imemberat, .:;the' VARIETYiSJ: 'ORE 'you are' a .customer.not, an account number

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n connection with RCA Whirlpool. RCA Victor is conducting its own :

1 ,iVESTERN' :BONANZA SALE you have to see and hear these models :

\\,0 believe the prices could ;'oe true. Our factory trained servicemen :1:,. OUR GUARANTEE Vt

Mr. Thompson, Mr. Unger, Mr. Perint, and Mr. Shaw are ready ;Jo' :
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;erve you on call. li? 7 and.feature,, for feature, we will NOT BE UNDER-

I There will be extra sales personnel to serve you during these two :;..-.." s SOLD Remember, we stock the deluxe quality ',. '- H :

lays, and two factory representatives to answer all your questions. ,r 4.. .,'i '" r ',merchandise_ you want, and YOU DON'T WAIT :'. ; :

> _, FOR DELIVERY We Have It In Stock ForImmediate
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tJ _. Humphrey Gives. ., Views in Field of Foreign Affairs 1

: NtlU fork wbnts ... !in America, "the Communists j Asia unless you view it as a force. Our policy in Southeast Humphrey; said that "insteadof how India with ,her 400 million

have a record of failure, stumbling ]much larger region than the. Asia has to, be once again reexamined arguing about bombing Hanoi inhabitants can be saved from

: By TAD SZULC Would Play Key Role. and of diplomatic and econ- ]ndochina[ peninsula." in terms of India: ,and;extending the war, whichat chaos and made' strong enough I

4 WASHINGTON-Sen. HubertH. omic confusion." "It must include India and what .we expect from her and best is Jon the periphery ofthe'main to exercise leadership in the

Humphrey, the Democratic Turning to Asian problems, :Pakistan," he said. "The only what can she provide." problem, we must see area.

Party's vice presidential candi- If "Democrats / Win Humphrey insisted that "while :real counter-balance to the Chinese -

date, believes that Uni t e d aiding the South Vietnamese, : power is a coalition of e......-....a.II--'

States policy towards commu- we must make it clear that powers with India as its main

nism "should be increasinglyto ; the primary responsibility fort

encourage greater autonomy -The U.S. cannot "play the throughout the interview thai: preserving the independe nee ,...""...
]role of the global gendarme the main guidelines of U.S, ,. L. t
i' and greater freedom of action ; and achieving peace in Viet *' "*, < < -
and choice" by individual communist 'it does not "aspire to a pax foreign policy should be base I Nam remains with the Vietnamese ? feMtkfc** :**safa*

: countries. Americana;" and it should l upon awareness"that the perio I people and their govern- fr'I! ,
[i give increased support to the. when this country and the Soviet -. ment." .
The Minnesotan, who is ext 'peace keeping efforts of the: Union were the m air.I '-. ..". .,.r/ ,.

pected to play a key role in 'United Nations. world power centers has nov r He said that "In the long .. *.." .. .. .. ...........
run I do not believe there is .. '
foreign affairs in the Johnson ended. 214 NW isYh FR 6-6472 .
administration if the Democratic -While remaining in South any real defense against Communist ALSO IN OCALA '

L ;.. ticket is elected in November -'Viet Nam to help the South "The closely knit package oi{: aggression in Southeast <: ,

holds that the U.S. must Vietnamese defend the country the 1950's, dominated by thE -I! ; "V
... policies ;against the Communist VietCong economic and military poweiof i iI iwez ;
embark upon imaginative
to take advantage of the I insurgency, the U.S. must the United States, and the 1-3-5-7-9 i J t'

developing "fragmentation" of ]realize that in the long run military and police state poof : citii.: :: #
Communist world. :there is no real defense against the Soviet Union is now a I
I aeoo Ho.fla...Road.Pt.20'FR-501l LAST TIMESA ....
I communism in Southeast Asia chapter in history, he said. ..' 'vvr
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.. he said LAST TWO TIMES ,,, ,. .... .
.. These policies, without an Asian coalition of The Soviet-Chinese struggle,'I, DEVILISH DISSECTION OF .' ,
should be a "skillful use of :powers, "with India as its he said, "is the most significant 3 EXCITING HITS! MAN THAT HAS HUMOR ij. :t ;:::":
cultural OPEN 6:45 SHOW 7:15 :;
trade and SUSPENSE AND A
f programs J J'I main force. in all the world today SEE .
2 LATE AS 8-55 .
DASH OF EVIL! L:::::"..:::.;?,:
both President .. {
exchanges as .. .
affected all the Com '
and has
'I The U.S. must realize that IOSUT UOUltU K T J.IKNIFE ." .. ::
Johnson and President Kennedy munist relationships, leading tea 1.00 CARLOAD I ... <;'
:West Germany may take the iJ\: :
", have done. of Communist "frag IN : '
process ,
]initiative to resolve the German 7:15EVIL .. .. .
"If Rumania or Pol and ] question and Central European mentation. OFFRANKENSTEIN THEWATER

wishes to kick up its heels at ] problems in direct negotia "The most important challenge .

-... the Soviet Union, we should tions I with the Soviet Union. The of the future for thE '

'=:. help to make it possible for U.S. cannot alone assume this. United States foreign policy,'!' ANGIE DICKINSON>:55 _

.... them to get along without Soviet ,iniative though it should require Humphrey said, "is to properly THE KILLERS Directed by Roman Polanski l ,;t "

i = blessings. We should do I that West Germany negotiate analyze and evaluate thE 10:30 A KAMAWHA riLUS.LTD.PHEJEHTAT1OWSUBURBIA
nothing to help drive Communist with Moscow in full I fragmentation of the Commu DICK VAN DYKE :

countries together again," :Atlantic Treaty Organization.The nist structure. It does not ceaSE< BYE BYE BIRDIE I :

he said. to be communistic, but it h -
next test of U.S. leader- :><
not monolithic, as the Republicans -
Humphrey's views on U.S. :ship in foreign aid is to shift :1
think it is. :
,1 foreign policy in the changing ;away from bilateral assistance, DRIVE-IN
He said that ,in Western Eu
""* world were outlined in a five- in emergencies and + ir
I except ,
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-- hour interview, during a break .'move towards long-range de rope p :

'.= between campaign trips, at his velopment lending to "multi "rcaano s STARTS TONIGHT 7:30ADMISSION ,
senatorial offices. lateral institutions." U.S. poli

In addition to a discussionof tical leadership should be usedto e $1.00 NO PASSES, }Y:41v ..
U.S. relations with the Soviet persuade other industrialized ==--- ------

Union and other Commu- nations to contribute to the development I LAST t 1 lAOOH TAYlOR '
nist countries, Humphrey gave of poorer "nations. I I TWO DAYS! 1 I .

these views: Any Volkswagen fits it.
-The U.S. should encouragethe ; ENLMkTLEOPATkA: _'..'
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:. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY stabilization of democraticgovernments
IN PROBATE.In in Latin Americaand
waldoff re: Estate Peterson.of help inject new life into: i'" < You should see our line-up of spore. the 1949 VW. Better.' : It's. been improved
Deceased.To Volkswagen fenders. five times since 4g.It's .
All Creditors and Persons Having the Alliance for Progress. ...and their new loves ICMftiagc monotonous'They're all alike. Though many Volkswagen parts grow
Claims or Demands against Said Estate
You and each of you are hereby notI- Humphrey emphasized l .1 KfA1I< BURTONXHA >ON But convenient. Nobody ever has to better every year, they rarely outgrowwait
fied to present any claims and demands for weeks for the right fender for the Volkswagen. -
which you or either of you. may
against the estate of Waldoff Peterson. tom MAIM A"ITONV .ll.UUS CAESAR their model. (Or the left J So we only have to worry about one
deceased late of said County, to the Or the hood the trunk lid the kind of fender.
County Judge of Alachua County. FlorIda or or
said, County at his office at Gainesville.In the court Florida house, within of ,g .ifeftoom-/{ ( ,/ bumper or the door. One kind of clutch.Volkswagens .
six calendar months from the time of I. have compatible insides. One kind of car.
:.... the first publication of this notice Each vDINING"\ :1" That's why we can carry so many
claim or demand shall be in writing. too.An
and shall state the place of residence, example: spare parts.
-- and and post shall office ge sworn address to by of the the Claimant c'aimant.: I ..; I IPT&mriir.DkcEwiiuEcRaly4cwEwaiIImaIErRin4axav&e The clutch for the 1964 VW works in For a car that hardly ever needs them.
e ----' his agent his attorney, and r-ny such ,
claim demand not fled shall '
or so
be void. DANCINGUniversity .
"!'"' As executrix of the Last Will and
..-- Testament deceased of Waldoff Peterson. } hm COCKTAILS''

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STAAD" NG'&J.J 6c>>16 C. N ERM!
b DEAR ABBY ', :. C/1 1 0 PUT IN i :: '
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Whrt's your problem? for a lee- school,. f flBBWgApMOUNTAIfJOUSMASS tAT1TUI ES ;..: r,
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f DEAR ABBY: I am 31, have been married for 12 years en, but the money required to feed clothe, and educate YESiYF.Su-Y0l! VOKUM"TISI4TSHE.7 9.1E51Y1N6, stop
and have ten children. The baby is just three months old them has to come out of somebody's pocket. If it's not contrary [ YOU'RE sneezing
:; : and I just found'out I am pregnant again. I love children to. your religion, call your PLANNED PARENTHOODand N0.n OPMAUGMANCf.f NOT TRAPPEXL ARE and t '
so does my husband. We always said we wanted a CENTER. U none is listed in your telephone book write to E 7NE l5 VOU? a
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f- large family, but we didn't 0 really want this many. My their national headquarters: Planned Parenthood Federation
i mother helps me out when she can, but she isn't too of America, 515 Madison Avenue, New 'York 22, New York,
t strong and the children make her nervous. My husband's and ask where the one nearest you Is located. Pay them a .
mother is dead so she's no help at all. My husband is visit. You'll be glad yon did. Good luck.
\: good to me, but he has to hold two jobs to make ends DEAR ABBY: Do you think a boy respects a girl less
meet, so he isn't home much, and when he is, he's awfully if she smokes?
tired. There's a lot of work around here, Abby, and I never JUST CURIOUS
seem to get done. My doctor says that children are a gift DEAR CURIOUS: Yes. And I'll bet if she quits, he kisses
from heaven, and a woman who's able to have them should her more.
have enough. What am I to dot *
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Face The Nation Against Goldwater III YOU SHOULDN'T 11.1 HOW CAN YOU >ll Mill WE PONT THINK II WE I1
this time for po rr
; spot an "'-" r THAT RECORD
interview with one of the 2frm Jfork Stntru gan its TV campaign Tues their entire advertising campaign MACHINE GOING ft
four major political candi on the conviction that television
dates. By NAN ROBERTSON day.All indications are that the is Golwater's best medium .

8:00 O News Special WASHINGTON Shortly before Democrats are first trying to and Johnson's worst. Theyare 1
8:30 O Donna Reed 11 Saturday night, a little scare the voters with tee idea thus planning extensive use
"Love Letters Are For girl licking an ice cream cone that Goldwater opposed the nu- of television in the campaign
Burning." One of Dave's appeared on millions of television -clear treaty, and then to im- Only three spots have been
old flames is all America. them with the Democratic far the rI !
campus ,screens over press seen so by public, but t >
writing a book about her While the little girl concen record; and that the Republicans the attacks on the advertisinghave o 1t
college romances. trated on her ice cream, a wom will first try to soothe already begun. The Republicans
9:00 O Movie an's voice, tender and protective -the voters about Goldwater and have charged that -
t "Look Back in Anger." told her that people usedto then impress them with the Re- the Democrats are presenting 9 6
O Beverly Hillbillies explode atomic bombs In the publican record. "horror type" commercials -
"Jeb's been saying he'd air, and that the radioactive Monday the Republicans led that frighten children anc I 100K,HONEY'-.Y OU'RE I AM PERFECTLY BECAUSE I LOVE YOU,I'M EVEN WILLING TO -*->.
like to split his share of fallout made children die. off with a five-minute televi- disgust adults. The advertisement *!2I.6.Nfi! 8t/WILLING TO WORK' SPARE YOUR PRIDE AND NOT TELL AROUND THAT')
crawdad with sion seen in 187 cities. The of WHO 15 VOUR UTTLE JEALOUS ,OF YOU WIFE SUPPORT YOU-BUT PLEASE
a shipment The voice then told ct the spot Monday night a week THAT KAOKI-HER YOUR WAY THROUGH
Mr. Drysdale, but Drys- treaty preventing all but underground -theme was that their party was ago began with a little girl NEWFOUND JIM? FRIEND, NAME'S BUNNJE BLAKE, EVERYm* COLLEGE.DEAR"- <' DON'T FORGET THAT MARRIED YOU ARE,JIM? s sl y
dale's investor friends are nuclear tests, and "the party of peace through plucking daisy petals and end \ RUTH.-'OLDEfT LMNG ;
convinced that Jed is trying how a man who wants to be strength. An ann uncer's ed with a nuclear blast. Q D : J SOPHOMORE.CONNEDA'lEIN10lETTING' SHE UH: H W7 I
to pull a stockmarketcoup. president of the United States voice over film footage noted G.O.P. National chairmar HER COPY MY LECTURE
'voted against it. "failures at the wall of shamein Dean Burch filed a formal complaint NOTES
CD Ozzie and Harriet "His name is Bany Goldwa Berlin," and failures at the with the Fair Campaign
9:30 O Dick Van Dyke ter." she said. "So if he's elected Bay of Pigs and in Viet Nam. Practices Committee about th
"The Life and Love of they might start testing all Goldwater then came on to Monday spot. "This horror-type :
Joe Coogan." It's a small] over again. declare that "communism is commercial is designed U
world: Rob's new golf A crescendo of geigfr-count- the, only great threat to the arouse basic emotions and has
partner turns out to have er clicks almost drowned out peace. Some distort this proper no place in this campaign," he \ra :
sent Laura some sonnets the last words; then came the concern to make it appear said. .
before her marriage. male announcer's tag line: that we are preoccupied with I The Democrats have icpliec
CD Burke's Law "Vote.for President Johnsonon war. There is no greater poli- that everything Goldwater ha
"This series begins its November third. The stakesare : tical lie." said and done on the subjec t fro r 1. COUCANyoNTH5 B TP1YOU EVER NOI.BUTI M COLONEL THERE ANY .
second season in a new too high for you to stay "I am trying to carry to the of atomic weapons and theii L STEYSTH NEWS- A1AT *!ALSO ON THIS TWP STATES THAT BAY-OR PZ1NCESS F02WAQD THAT YOU ARE ACTUALLY
time slot. Tonight's case home." American people this plain!control is edifying enough. How- O 6 PAPERS,RADIO AND 1NTKY1EWS THIS KING DJT WAS AN CW THAJA IN YOt'eAHTOWELS TO R! PAID KZ. DOING THESE
concerns the mysteriousdeath The war of political television, ," he said. "This entire ever viewers' JOSS?
message even describin r' I >h'e.A2E IN prrrs- IN WORLD WAR TWO. .' ,; ,
of a young actress. commercials has begun, with I nation and the entire world themselves as "good Demo
10:00 O Rudy Vallee the first Democratic spot in the risk war in our time unless freemen crats" have written the national _
10:30 CD Flag Pageant same vein last Monday the second remain Strong enough to committee complaining, tha
11:00 Q O News, Weather, Saturday night. The Republican keep the peace." !the first television spot was
Sports National Committee be-. The Republicans have based "too hard-hitting."
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Francois To Pierre .
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WASHINGTONMy Sen. Goldwater has premised, President has warned that, if tion on earth. The economy fc ft
cher Pierre, if he is President, to eliminate :the Republican candidate wins, booming and everyone is hap
Thanks for your letter. I know the draft, cut taxes, and beef the extremists will take over
the French are very confused up the armed forces so America :the government, the morals of py.Except for indicating Sen.
about the American election will once again have the the nation will go to hell, and Goldwater is a war m cnger,
campaign and I don't think you strength to bring this country there will be violence in the President Johnson is leavin
should be embarrassed to admitit. safely to the brink. In the streets. the name calling to H u ben
Anyone who lives outside the meantime, he is advocating the I The Democrats have accused I Humphrey.That .
United States woula feel the use of conventional nuclear wea-
Goldwater of fiscal ignorance should more or less ex
way you do. Fortunately for pons for our NATO allies and
those of us who live here has promised not to close any 'and diplomatic stupidity. They plain the political picture to

everything is quite clear Air Force bases. say that if Goldwater wins he you, Pierre. As you can see,' Syr GOwN,33KE5TW 1NAt.7fIT' ru 6RlNGING N A ; rx
Let me see if I can explainit He has come out against impulsive 'will do away with social secure it's not very complicated ant GARY OAVPS HSEWTTH SEND 30KESTEK N S LOOK ASTOWH q '6 CRAZ't; fE XXJ WILLING TO STATE WHAT A LAYYyag'I
to you. According to Sen.I massive political tax ity, civil rights, and the income the issues are very well drawn XKESTER. Ate HOP AYE UNTIL 'Ot& 6EEN TItOUG 1 UEUTENANT..1KU TOLD ME OVER THE fVOK&T
Goldwater there is a dark cloud cut gimmickry and is advocating tax. Bobby Baker and BiHie According to the Republicans,, WE CAUL FOR HiM. .
hanging over Washington. Sinister fiscal responsibility.He Sol Estes made their to tunes if the Democrats stay in, th<
forces are at work to turn:. also wants our wives and during the Eisenhower administration -country will go Communist
the republic into a s>vjalistictotalitarian daughters to be able to walk and there is no reason And according to I the Democrats
state with the gov-,safely down our city streets. ': for influence in governmentto if the Republicans ge.t ,. J
ernment providing giveaway He has called President John- become a campaign issue. in, there won't be any count!)
programs from the cradle to son a faker and a phony but I Sen. Goldwater the Democrats left. So the real choice the
the grave. If President JOhn-I''he's leaving the name callingto have explained, wants to Americans have in Novexnbeiis 4i 4
son is elected, the mo- his running-mate, Bill Miller turn the clock back, and be has whether they would rather /, S
the nation will go to hell There I simple answers for complex be Red or dead. I only wish :1:4
will be violence in the streets i According to President Johnson -' problems. As far as defense is I could vote. : : i O
and America will run out of I Sen. Goldwater is trigger concerned, the United States Your cher amiFrancoL, ,
bombers by 1972. happy, and irresponsible. The is.I stronger than any other na- !

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