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 17, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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i U.S. Court Rules on Rights Law file Inn


Pleads T Birmingham

Negro $853,000 U. S. GRANT )f

a Not Restaurant !


Of Assault Test Case l-
a ,) National Science Foundation today granted the Universityof
V. n A Florida $853,300 toward the construction of a new chemistry-
) Randolph Pitts Jr., 23 year- research building.It BIRMINGHAM Ala. (AP)-
::4 ; old Negro charged with the A three-judge federal panel today
1 V5 ii w ( ___ 71s is. the largest federal construction grant ever received by the e
} Y mr t L4a s __ :yac Sept. 8 rape of an 18-year-old University of Florida.In ruled that the public-ac- j

': { .qi&"S.; rV girl pleaded not guilty at arraignment announcing receipt of the grant, President J. Wayne Reitz comodations section of the Civ- ,a.

: proceedings Wednes- said the grant funds will be combined with funds obtained throughthe il Rights Act is unconstitutionalas

f < fC'6.7r...7 day before Alachua County bond issue and other University resources to make the project applied to a Birmingham f

(J Judge H. H. McDonald.Pitts total $1,750,000. restaurant.In '.

II was returned to Alachua "Construction of this additional 60,000 square feet of space for Washington, a Justice Department
.. ; 4SY. County Jail, where he is being the University's chemistry program will relieve badly overcrowded spokesman said the

J x f held without bond. conditions in the present chemistry building," Reitz said. department will appeal the de-

E .! ___ Meanwhile, local law authorities Preliminary plans for the structure already have been approvedand cision to the Supreme Court. He

,declined comment on possi- completed drawings are to be ready by January 1. The build- said it will ask a stay of the
.: # k-; n ble connection between the as- ing should be under construction by next March 1. restraining order granted by the

rapes here during the summer. be use:' primarily for research and graduate work in chemistry.It sition of the case by the high

All questions were referred to will be joined to the 'south end of Leigh Hall and is directly court.
State Atty. Ted Duncan, who ..-..., '" -'-..-t fem
s r ? the present Florida Union Building on the The judges, who expressedtheir
_:.aBlauoioaxw... -a.4:> a.4.wna also refused to release further Gainesville campus. concern over the spreadof
information on the matter. "We (See GRANT, Page 2)FOR )
congressional powers, issueda
It's 177 Years Old TodayAmerica's don't feel it is ethical or proper temporary restraining order
to release developments in
against acting U.S. Atty. Gen.
our investigation," Duncan said.
most durable and revered instrument of government-the Constitution of the United HIGHER LEARNINGBoard Nicholas Katzenbach, prohibiting

States-is 177' years old today. Commemorating the occasion are Kay Cunningham and William Purk- lishing He explained of facts gathered premature by pub-his him from enforcing the act.

ey, fifth graders at Sidney Lanier Elementary School. Observances of Constitution Week, sponsored office could be injurious if the The ruling, filed in U.S. District -

by the Daughters of the American Revolution, will be held at several schools. in the next week. See case is tried. To Get Court, was in connectionwith

story on page 18. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) The next legal step requiresthe a suit brought by Ollie

case be bound over to the McClung Sr. and his son, co-

j GrAnd Jury which convenes owners of Ollie's Barbecue.The .

LBJ Argues Arms Control; here Oct. 12. The jury will McClungs challenged the
study evidence compiled by the Master PlanBy constitutionality of the law and

State Atty., and decide whetherto asked for the temporary injunc-

Barry Hits Grant return indicted an,indictment.If Pitts would. be tion.U.S.. Dist. Judges Seybourn
Tie-Up CLIF CORMIERSun Boca Raton Pensacolaand
Tampa, ,
tried in Circuit Court. Lynne and H.H. Grooms of
Education WriterA Orlando into
came being.
It's not yet determined if Pittsis Birmingham and Circuit Judge

t RALEIGH, N.C. (AP-Republican) presidential PORTLAND, Ore. (AP)-President Johnson ignored entitled to counsel under the ida's master plan to guide Flor- The new plan also includes a Walter Gewin of Tuscaloosa,

nomineee Barry Goldwater today promised the a steady rain today to mingle with banner- Gideon or Public Defender the higher next decade education will be systemfor study on the criteria for the Ala., heard the case Sept. 1 and
i farmer a sympathetic ear in the White House if Law, which allows persons presented establishment of junior c 0 l- held it under advisement until.
crowds he arrived at Port- to legislative committee
waving, shrieking as a leges. -
charged with crimes to free defense
he beats President Johnson in November.The today.
the State Board of Con-
land to propose a broader national conservation if they are found to be by Another special session of the The case was the second key

Arizona senator told more than 300 peopleat program. insolvent. trol Presentation here Friday.of the master Board of Control will consider court test' of the act. The ruling -

a $15-a-plate fund raising breakfast that John- Public Defender R. A. (Buz- capital outlay requests for universities was directly counter to the
'which will determinethelocations '
son's only concern agriculture is with_ .the farm Johnson was greeted at the Porland International zy) Green was unavailable. for blueprint and of \ 14 the 1965 legislature judgment by a similar three-
*" types new **
vote.Goldwater Airport by several thousand'partisans who comment-yesterday. institutions between now and in a meeting scheduled to be- judge panel in Atlanta, which
envisioned- a rea- In any event, Pitts must be gin at 8 pjn. held that the section
pressed around his closed 1975 will be made during a joint was constitutional
lignment of U.S. political par-' Thurmond car as he began the drive into adjudged insolvent before he meeting of the Board of Con- In the morning session, Dr. and that an Atlanta
can be represented by the Pub- Blee will his
ties.He the city. trol and the Legislative'Coun- Myron report on restaurant and others similarly
t put it this way: "This is lic Defender. cil's Higher Education Sub investigation of a complaint by situated came within the scopeof
'% the way that political parties Introduces The President hopped out of committee.The University of Florida Prof. the act.Atlanta .

have been formed. Nobody gets the auto to do some handshaking Three Given j joint Robert G. Hoffmann that the UF restaurant owner Les-

up on a soap box and says GoldwaterGREENVILLE and hat-waving in the jost- meeting is set dealt unfairly with him when it ter Maddox has appealed that

'We're going to have a party, ling throng. ChillingworthReward>< for 3 p.m. Fri- abolished his job last June. decision to the U.S. Supreme

here it is.' Hundreds of people, S.C. (AP) Johnson flew to Portland from day. Theboard's Blee, director of the Florida Court. He closed his business
thousands of and Seattle where he had argued for Institute for Continuing Univer-
people now Sen. Strom Thurmond,. who regular rather than integrate it.
millions of people will make a Wednesday announced his continued White House controlof TALLAHASSEE (AP) Circuit meeting sity Studies, was appointed spe- Decisions of three-judge pan- -

move. switch from the Democratic to .nuclear weapons, saying the Judge W. May Walker starts at 8:30 cial investigator in the Hoff- els may be appealed directly to

t "Some Republicans will join Republican party, introducedSen. United States had taken "every ruled today that the $100,000 a.m. in thePresidents' s mann case last June. the high tribunal.

the Democratic Party. An over- Barry Goldwater today as step man can devise to ensure state reward for the killers of Hoffmann who was a statis- There was no immediate com-

whelming number of Democrats the presidential candidate neither a madman nor a mal- Circuit Judge and Mrs. C. E. conference. tics professor at the Universityof ment from Justice Department '

should join the Republican Par- brought his campaign to South function could trigger nuclearwar. Chillingworth of Palm Beach room in Tigert Florida Health Center, statedin officials.

# ty-a reorientation of the parties Carolina."I ." would be divided among three nail. Mathews his complaint to the board The ruling did not state if the
so that we can travel underour The President dealt in detail Sen. John E. Mathews Jr. that the University's action panel considered the public-ac-
1 men.
true colors." will do everything in my with the nuclear war question ina off)Duval County is chairman of in terminating his positionwas comodations section unconstitu-
P. 0: "Wilber, bail bondsman
Goldwater also said Republicans power, Thurmond said, "to Seattle address at a hotel the Legislative Council Subcommittee "arbitrary and dictatorial. tional as applied to all restau-
who lure of the
helped one murderers
would move slowly and help nation Barry Goldwater return dinner sponsored by three area Floyd Holzapfel, backto on higher education.The ." rants. The wording in a key par-

carefully to curtail the price our to constitutional colleges and the Seattle Chamber this country from South last similar master planto The national chapter of the agraph, the last one read:

support and farm subsidy pro- government through" his electionto *> of Commerce America so he could be arrested be made was in 1956 by the American Association of University "We conclude that Title 11 of

( grams. He mentioned a span of the presidency. Although he never once allud- was given $55,000 in thejudge's Council for the Study of Higher Professors has shown the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as
five to ten years."I Thurmond's announcementwas ed, even indirectly, to Republican order. Education. It was under this some interest in the Hoffmann applied to the business operatedby
have never advocated immediate timed to precede Goldwater's rival Barry Goldwater, he study that new universities at case;
these plaintiffs, was beyondthe
James Yenzer, of West Palm ...
at at
appearance noon the
withdrawal, he said. apparently felt that on
of to
Beach who also build competence Congress
"It couldn't be done." the GreenvilleSpartanburg"airport. nuclear topic he had something helped
enact and that its enforcement
He said the farm program is It is Goldwater's first going for him, since it was his the state's case against Holzapfel Dora Leaves against plaintiffs under the circumstances -
in with the Flor-
political visit to South Carolina cooperation -
"a creature of the Congress"that second speech in 10 days to of this could wouldbe
be since 1962 when he addressedthe ida Sheriff's Bureau, was given
couldn't jettisoned at the feature the subject.As violative of the Fifth Amend-
whim of a president."We Republican State Conven he did in Detroit on Labor $35,000.
couldn't do it if we want Johnson said control over Donald Miles, who helped in ment of the Constitution of the
Day, Million HurtBy
tion."The $1.5 United States, in part reading: t
the mastermind of the
and catching
ed to we don't want to, he Democratic party, nuclear weapons "must be
"No shall be deprived -
said. "We merely want to see Thurmond said, "has abandoned centralized in the hands of the murder, Joseph Peel, was given person
liberty, or propr
freedom exist across this nation the people, repudiated the highest and most responsible $10,000. NORM
LaCOE loss to agriculture, and $280,000to erty, without due process of
and his wife
The circuit
and that includes farmers. Constitution and is the judge
leading the officer of government Sun Staff Writer homes and businesses.: are entitled to the relief for
In front of the Wake County, evolution of our nation to a President of the United States." were taken from their home ata Bethel said coming "
N.C. Courthouse Goldwater Palm Beach suburb, Manala- Hurricane Dora left reports which they pray
socialistic LBJ
dictatorship. (See Page 2))
to him show that of the county The judges said that if Con-
drew a crowd that packed a pan, and drowned in the Atlan- $122 million in wind and flood
65 cent had
corn the naked to
the tic June 21 1955. Holzapfel identified crop per gress "has power"
plaza and filled street for ,
damage in Alachua county last been harvested when Doa hit, do what it attempted to do in
nearly a block. $160,000 Goal AnnouncedFor himself and a Negro now
week, hitting worst at roads and 90 per cent of that crop the public-accommodations sec-
Police estimated the crowd at serving a federal prison sentence -
to 10,000. Lincoln, as the and streets, agriculture and was lost. tiOn-lit i g h t s of the individual
8,000 Bobby
United DriveA homes and businesses. Fall truck crops also suffered to liberty and propertyare
He said that Johnson wantsto actual killers and Peel, a former .
severely, he said. Pastures "
turn the Agriculture Depart- city judge of West Palm The figure, released by Civil .were damaged, and this may in dire peril.

ment into a department of local $160,000 goal has ben set challenge "never before exPeri- Beach, as the mastermind. Defense Director E. A. Bethel; (See DORA, Page 2)COUNTY'S (See RIGHTS BILL, Page 2))
affairs. He called that "another for the 1965 United Fund cam enced in this community." includes $737,800 in damage to

t attempt to do away with local paign. "I call on all people in Gaines- Hurricane G public property and an estima-

government." UF President Howard Hall today ville who are approached by the ted $730,000 in damage to pri- OLDEST
He said the Democrats run an announced the goal set by division chairman and their i Builds Up FuryMIAMI vate property, a total of $1,467-

"arrogant, bureaucratic minded the board of directors for the captains to accept tyholeheart- 000.Bethel
Department of Agriculture. Oct. 19-31 drive."Gainesville edly the assignments given (AP) The winds of said the figures were 109-Year-Old Farmer
Goldwater moved his cam- them. Only through the willingness hurricane Gladys built up to compiled by a state civil defense -
paign into the Carolinas ednesday has newt approached of the solicitor to ask 125-mile an hour fury today damage survey t earn.

night and told a whooping, the the needed full funds potential in and the people to give and and the storm continued to The damage estimates are preliminary Sim Eli Bryan Dies HereThe
raising for
flag-waving crowd of about 25- the give enough can our efforts whirl along the west northwest and will have to be

000 in Montgomery, Ala., that operation Hall of said.its 14 member succeed" Austin said. track it has, followed for revised as better information man believed to be Ala- Alachua County most of b i s J

the federal government should agencies "We have The UF campaign chair- two days. becomes available,, be said. chua County's oldest resident life. Until his health failed re-
been increasing our goal slightly of the Winds of hurricane force Public property damage he maintained a small
man said a large part died here Wednesday.Sim cently, I'
(See BARRY, Page 2)) each year but the acceleration -
lashed out 1QO miles to the shows this cost breakdown:
been goal increase is for a new East Eli Bryan 109-year-old garden at his home.
nearly fast
northeast and 50 miles to the
Club for the Lincoln Debris clearance, $56,800.
enough to meet the needs of the Side Boys" retired farmer will be buried Funeral services will be Fri-
southwest of the center. For- Protective health and
community." High School area.. san- Friday at Simmons Bapt i s t day at 10 ajn. at the Simmons
ward speed of the storm bad itation $10,000.
the measures
The 15 UF agencies are Citra.
Church Cemetery near Church near Citra. Rev.
WHERE TO He said agencies under the American Red Cross, Arthritisand increased from 10 to 12 milesan Street, road and bridge Eliza Baptist
His 104-year-old R. B. Keyes will officiate
UF have
program requested boor $539,000. This f includes
Foundation -
Rheumatism ,
of 1914 SE 26th SL, include his wI-
increases in Lee Bryan,
FIND IT large oper Boys' Club of Gainesville, Boy The eye was centered at 11 $70,000 for county roads
ating fundsAccording and a family of more than 185 dow; four daughters, Mrs. Mat-
Scouts of America, Central Wel- ajn. near latitude 24.6 north and $469,000 for city streets.
Comics . .'. 8 to Hall, accocations- fare, Children's Home Society, longitude 64.8 west or 975 miles Dikes, levies and drainage survive. Leola tie Lou Ruis Box, Ocala Mrs.; Mrs.Mae
to the member agencies will south of due east from facilities $34,000. Bryan's descendants Include} ;
i Classified 18-21 be East Side Boys' Club, Girl slightly Orlando and Mrs. '. ,
Entertainment 18 made :after the campaign, Scouts of America Mental :Miami and 525 miles saatij&ol -.::.. Public buildings and re- four daughters, a son, 50 grandchildren Laura Carroll Comley, Augusta; '

Obituaries . 2 changing the custom of an- Health Assn., Negro Welfare Bermuda, lated 'equipment, Gainesville 96 great grandchildren General Gat
Opinion Page 4 nouncing the fund alloca- League Retarded Chi 1 dreg A high pressure area off New airport, $10,000. 15 great great grandchildren and a son,

Sports . .11-15 tions before the campaign.Keith Assn., The Salvation Army, England was blocking any Public utilities, $38,000. and 14 great great great- Gainesville.He f
member of
Women's . .6, 7 Austin, campaign chair- Travelers' Aid Society USO and northward turn of the hurri Damage to private. property grandchildren.Born was EastsW t
I, man, said the $150,000 goal is a YMCA. ;0' .cane. included an estimated $350,000 in Georgia, he lived inIAi.L Baptist Church. )

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I .:. 2 >_ Gainesville Sun Thursday, September 17, 1964 t


: More About Grazing- OK". Weather Roundup / City Fathers Study Plan : :.*.<"'*i ;

:5= Rights Bill On Lands Put

, -c---- From Pasre o 1 Under USDA : To 'Join County Tax Systemi

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pne, Grooms and Gewin'attacked ion" meant, and gave the.court ':;
] the act's basis for en- no guidelines. WASHINGTON-The Depart ZONES \.-..- By JEAN CARVER already handled through the '$10,159 from this year's $441,597 g '

fo2Eeraent under the interstate Mc lung Sr. testified -that he menL.Agriculture! agieed to- A 'Partly cloudy today tonight Sun Staff Writer county registration office. to a recommended total of $451- 0'

commenrce clause, and noted had refused service to Negroes day to allow farmers in 24 hur- thundershowers.and Friday with No important widely scattered I a City Commissioners contin- The public works department 756.REFUSE

-InaTCongress passed the meas- before and after passage of the ricane hit Florida, counties tocraze ature changes.' Highest today, temper-In the. p uam I ued studying the proposed 1964- budget was partially reviewedby COLLECTION DI- -
60s. Lowest tonight 48 to 74. 65 Wednesday night in commissioners at the Wed VISION Up $9,209 from thisyear's
budget -
without: attacking "legisla- rights measure. He said that his livestock on land they BCD -'Mostly fair .
tive findings"-which they said business would suffer heavy had taken out of production; un- through Friday. High today E \ a \ committee. nesday night study session. $285,167 to a recommended -
Much of the session was devoted This is the proposed public total of $294,376.SANITARY |
r m traditional in measures oft monetary loss if he was forcedto der various USDA programs.The mid 80s. Low tonight in the I 'I.MpI'
-tftts nature, including other actslaien 60s. \ to a discussion of combining works budget, which does not SEWER DIVI- ,/ <
serve Negroes. Northeasterly winds '
under interstate counties are tho.?!, where to tax assessing and tax include recent damage to SION Up $8,800 from this 1-.
com- The' McClung suit 15 miles hour. ,
Trrerce."The. severe floods from Hurricane E F per collection systems with the roads from Hurricane Dora still year's $176,376 to a recommended /
Partly cloudy through FrI-
named former U.S. Gen.
= Atty. Dora washed out fences: and day. High today 84 to 87 low tonight 1'I county. being estimated by survey total of $185,376. I 1 f
simple truth of the matter near 70.. % Sf
Robert Kennedy as a defendant, Northeasterly winds 10 to 15 ,
is that damaged pastures and crops. miles per hour. City Attorney Osee Fagan explained teams: After commissioners c 0 m-
but Katzeribach substituted G
was J.K Partly
cloudy through
ADMINISTRATIVE DIV I. their committee review
&-put an end to racial discrimination -when Congressman D. ,R. (Billy) Friday with showers affecting about that the plans would require plete I
Kennedy resigned. I half of area. High today 85 to W low SION Down $6,045 from thisyear's of the budget they will present -
in all restaurants wher- The Atlanta panel on Sept. 4 Matthews announced this emer- tonight 73 to 77. Northeasterly winds special t
8 to 18 miles per hour. $26,505 to a recommended a commission budget rec- \
ever situated regardless of made its injunction permanent gency step to aid farmers aft H I Partly cloudy through Friday awith Commissioners asked County
total of $20,460.ENGINEERING. onimendation at a formal budget *
whether there is demon- I er he had conferred with Secretary mostly afternoon and evening Tax Assessor Pierce Smith, '
any against Maddox operating on a showers affecting half of area. NorthGAINESVILLE WEATHER I DIVISIONUp hearing. '
strable causal connection be- I of Agriculture Orville easterly winds 8 to 15 miles per hour. who attended the meeting with
segregated basis. Maddox TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Municipal Airport readings $26,261 from this year's City Manager Bill Green has I
Freeman. Tax Collector Shellie McKin-
tween the j ,
activity pf the closed H L
Pickrick Restaurant Aug. Prep.
par- Jacksonville 83 47 for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: of the $64,354 to a recommended totalof recommended an $9.8 m I Ilion
ticular restaurant against which 13 after a temporary order was 'The congressman said that! Miami 84 78 .04 High 83 at 2 p.m.-low 66 at :uey estimated, to prepare cost of a the report $90,615. budget with a onemill tax in- J

enforcement of the act is sought issued. I the 13 counties of the Eighth Tampa Atlanta 84 80 74 58 5 a.m. .No rainfall.New The city's voter registration program.is INSPECTION DIVISION-Up crease. Since the storm dam- '
and interstate commerce." I That panel-:.5th U.S. Circuit Congressional District arc included Orleans 87 75 ALMANAC $8,300 from this year's $38,390to age, the city manager said the
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The McClungs had argued that Court of Appeals Chief Judge in the 24 62 50 Sunset today 6:41 pm. recommended total of budget will require some
counties affected. New York 66 64 Sunrise tomorrow .......... 4:11 a.m. a $46-
thy were located far from interstate Elbert Tuttle and Dist. Judges WashingtonChicago 81 63 Moonset tonight....-........ ':41 p.m. I amendments, prim a r II 1 y for ,
70 56 First Quarter ,. ... ..... Sept. 13 690.STREET
highways, catered only Lewis R. and Frank A. Of1itllari
Morgan ts.w DIVISION street
Kansas City 71 65 .65 The stars in the sky Up repairs.
highest bright
.. .
Rep. Matthews said' that .... .. ... ..
4 to local customers, and Bought Hooper, all of Atlanta-ruled on Denver n 44 tonight are Vega. Deneb and Altair. : p -
farmers to Ft. Worth 85 64 1.70 Vega. the brightest of the three. Is
their goods locallyalthough July 22 that the public accom-; are required obtain,i Los Angeles 79 63. 26V light years from the Earth. JAMES H. GRAHAM Two Students
they said the goods originatedfrom modations section was constitutional -approval from their County Agricultural Seattle 73 56.52 MARINE FORECAST Injured; ,
CEDAR KEY TIDE EAST GULF: Easterly winds 10 I
out of state and moved in under the powers of Con- Stabilization and Con- Friday High- at 12:20 a.m. eno 11:25 to 15 knots through Friday. Scattered James Hoyt Graham, 63, Mic-
servation Committee hef o r e Low at 5:51 m.vl 6:23 p.m. ed showers. Road Conditions Blamed
interstate commerce. gress to regulate commerce. ,anopy farmer who died Wed-
Title II of the Civil Rights Act They said the act covered all they use land taken out cf pro. nesday evening in A I a c h u a ,

states that no restaurant may hotels and motels, but did not duction. I Prisoner Escapes Twice General Hospital, will be bur- Two local students were in- the embankment a second time ,

refuse service to any person be- define the limits of applicationto Several USDA program pro- ; ied in Oak Ridge Cemetery Fri- jured here Wednesday j in sepa- before coming to rest 54 feet

c atfe of his race, color, religion restaurants.The visions restrict land taken out day afternoon. rate accidents attributed to unsatisfactory -from the initial point of i m-

-national origin, either if it I jurists said decisions of production and put int) con-I Authorities Continue Hunt Funeral services for Mr. Gra road conditions.One pact.

J serves or offers to serve inter, "must be made on the circum- servation uses, except in emergency ham will be at 3 p.m. at the of the victims, RobertS. Damages to the car were estimated I

state travelers or a substantial stances of each case." situations.No Alachua County authorities placed him in the Waldo: jail. Micanopy Methodist Cnurch, Wilkerson, 17, 3521 N\V 34th at $450.
portion of the food which it I the Rev. Arthur Davis, pastor, Place suffered a concussion Later Wednesday, Davi d
I reduction in diversion pay. today continued the search for I About 9:15 p.m., Huckibee returned officiating. Williams Tnomas when his Steinfield 18 Hall,
j"! serves has moved in interstate to the intending to auto struck a deep Simpson
commerce. More AboutBarry ments will be made, Matthews an elusive State Road camp I I transfer the prisoner, to Alachua -I Funeral Home is in charge of hole on S-232A and skidded out I University of Florida, received

The judges, in the hearing, said.As prisoner who twice escaped County Jail. But Harness arrangements.Mr. of control. Wilkerson was listed.minor injuries when his motor
from confinement Graham, born in Athens i in condition at!scooter skidded loose lime
had been highly critical of the further aid. to tht hur. Wednesday.The I had fled, after ripping apart "fairly good" on
fact that Congress -and the ricane hit areas, the congressman escapee, identified as Oliver plumbing fixtures to make his 'Ga., in 1901, lived in Alachua Alachua General Hospital to rock near the intersection of

Justice Department-had failed said, the USDA has greed L. Harness, 19, made his escape. County 42 years.Surviving day.Sheriff's NW 22nd St. and 3id Place.
to specify what "substantial por- From Page 1 to release! 'surplus feed grainsfor first break at about 2- p. m. I are his widow, Lou- deputy A. K. Adams I Officers said Stetnfteld was
livestock feeding. Fifteen i while working on a road gang Harness reportedly hoarded: 'ise Feaster Graham; two children said the youth was driving intoa traveling south on 22nd St. when

I return a share of income taxesto carloads of feed grains are on near Orange Heights., a bus bound for Gaiiiesv.lle, but Mrs. Juan a Hugginsand curve when his vehic 1 e's the scooter went cut of control

More About the states. their way to Florida now, Mat wasn't aboard when local police Andrew Graham; one brother right front wheel struck. the' throwing him to the pave-
I The Arizona senator said thews said.Matthews. Early Wednesday evening searched the vehicle: G. A. Graham, all from Mic. ment. He was treated and released -
unrestricted grants should go to I Waldo police chief James Huc- Harness is described as 6- anopy; and a sister, Mrs. E. hole.Wilkerson lost control of the I' at Alachua General Hos.

j .LBJ I.local and state governments reported the I kabee arrested Harness after he foot-I, about 175 pounds, with S. Thomas, Greenville, S. C., car, which veered onto the road! pital.
USDA-supplied surplus food is I was discovered loitering in the dark auburn hair. When last
'hat need them. and seven grandchildren and shoulder, slid into a dirt em- No charges were filea i n
iFrom 1 He charged the current sys-I on its way to 175 families in town's Negro district. seen, he was wearing black police one great-grandchild. barkment, then spun and hit,either accident.
Page Cedar Key, who were especially Huckabee said Harness trousers and a white T- I
tern of federal aid has made
hard hit by the hurricane. shirt.
ented false identification which
Joldwater has contended that states and communities "sub-
some way must be found to turnover servient to a huge federal bureaucracy More About listed his name as Charles M He was convicted earlier this

control of battlefield micl&ar with its center in the Cassara. The chief, unaware ofHarness' year on auto theft and worthless never before. A REVOLUTIONARY
White House." aftern o o n escape, check charges.Reapportionment .
weapons to one multina.
tion- command of the North He accused President Johnsonof i

: Atlantic Treaty Organization. telling members of Congress, NEW MATTRESS AT SUCH A

: NA Q's present nuclear stock. "You vote with me or your Page 1. ProposalStirs

pile-is under American authority. -project doesn't get built." !
Goldwater, stumping the The National Science Foundation New ControversyWASHINGTON i
Johnson chose to overshadow South for the third day, said he grant provides $742.000 for I II I

: a hand-across-the-border meet- was "very pleased, extremely I Iencouraged" construction and fixed furnishings .I
(AP) A ture must be apportioned on a
: .
ingTJarlier with Canadian Prime by the crowds that and an additional $111,300for pJtt \
drive for constitutional basis of
Minister Lester Pearson with have turned out. I a population. I
movable and
general purpose -1 amendment to block reappor- Another swift strike by Rep. II _, '
hfsH-bomb sneech. Todav. in a He.found one waiting in Raleigh Ii I
late laboratory equipment. tionment of state 'legislators Howard W. Smith, D-Va., chair i Iv a' ,. *1Iul.1f.,17fr ..
statement prepared for.a break Wednesday nighL A e -
has added new heat to the of the House Rules Committee / WW 4tiejeI
fast audience in Portland, he crowd of several hundred people Architects for the building are + man -. -
returned to the more pastoral swarmed around his airplane McLane,. Ramon McIntosh and smoldering controversy pow brings such an amend- --. ..' -
when it Bern rdo of Tampa in associatiod -tying up Congress.The ment before his committee --- --
subjects of water. power and pulled*ta r.a?stop af[ er -
conservation. th& flight from Montgomery. 'Forest Kelly, architect latest effort is aimed at today for expected quick approval /w.r 1 :

Before leaving Seattle, John Goldwater used a yellow bullhorn to the Florida Board of Control. rushing through an amendmentthat that would clear it for a -

son-issued a statement containing to tell them, "It's wonderful Ebaugh and Goethe, Gainesville would wipe out the Supreme later House vote. It would be up /m innerspring support .i

the heart of his Portland of you to be out this late in are the consulting engi. Court's recent ruling that to the House leaders to deter.
speech. the evening.All neers. both houses of a state legisla mine when the vote came. Luxurious Foam cushioning, top and bottom LI
J day long, Goldwater told (
-In it the President said: iHH flHHH HHHHHBHHHH H HHiHHHHm H
Southerners that DemocraticSen.
1. New cooperative efforts
Strom Thurmond of South
among private and public power
groups in the Pacific Northwest Carolina had shown "politicalcourage" IF(41NEW DIAMONDS

are welcomed. He predicted by switching his
allegiance to the GOP. C
these would lead into a system **
to Greenville .
Goldwater goes ,
"which one day will stretch
from the Yukon to the RIO S.C., today and expects that LIKE &reKNOW ***" "* ; zs;* '* **. ***.. .* .X* -* *" vfc*< ? *
Thurmond will be hand I
on to W Wl
Grande from the Columbia to v
the Potomac lighting the introduce.him. i *
I CWv: V!
"I he's the
homes and running the factories guess ranking OMp .
of an entire nation." Republican Urging other, the Democrats senator said.to I DIAMONDS CifeOX >O4ENGLANDER'S
2. "A new conservation" b I
: take the same path, Goldwatersaid 1
needed to meet the changing
forces of a growing population, the South "can no longer

technological" advances and find what any is conservative called in Washingtonthe principlesin ;, ril4at PERFECT FIT MATTRESS SALE ,

uicbanization. .
Democratic .
In telling his Seattle audience .
"The party of the South no ZALE'SIn FIGURE/ FIT QUEEN
about the horrors of nuclear
war .- 300 million casualties in longer exists in any" capacity at c24flvR7 711; You must come $ i

the first exchange, he estimated the national level, he said. fact, if you knew as much about diamonds as Zate's diamond experts you'd be sure to shop in and see this j1 995. I

., Johnson used these argu- "This is the year that you: at Zale's. Why? Because Zale diamonds are fine quality diamonds and 3-time award winners '---- great new mat I
ments to bolster his contentionthat have to forget allegiance to a: for originality in design. And because Zale diamonds are guaranteed!:! to be your best diamond CONSTRUCTION tress. Lie on it- I.
party name he told some 30-, I buy or your money back within 60 days. It doesn't take a diamond expert to know where to
the nuclear trigger shouldbe 000 people on a bluff overlooking come for diamonds. but the more you know. .the more you'll trust Zale's, America's just once, just for a moment. and ,
left solely in the hands of the: the Mississippi River in Memphis -, largest jewelers you'll know at once this mattress is for I

President: Tenn. I There's a mattress to fit every budget you. The firm support of innersprings, plus ,

"He alone has been chosen byall "Being a Republican is much sale. And the comfort of foam. Makes want to
1ILIii in this great introductory : S
: the people to lead all the better for you today." .
curl 1 relax and Beautiful
nation. He alone is the constitutional Goldwater renewed two other _ _ _ 1t. every mattress is designed and con- up, sleep. om Fort. 1
commander-in-chief of: proposals. He said Republicans"will structed to conform f to every ,line of f quilted cover, too. At the unheard of in, p

the nation. On his prudence and: end the draft and I thinkwe troductorypriceof$49.95eachyou'Jlwanfyour

wisdom alone can rest the' can do it sooner than most u1 tired body. Made to help you the set-mattress and box spring ,maybe i

decision which can alter or people believe," and he prom relax, to sleep.Revolutionary. two sets. Come see iWie' on it-TODAY! I
J1e troy the nation." ised a five-year, 25 per cent

Johnson said this has been the income tax cut. firm comfort! ': FIGURE fIT PRINCESS J
; new / !j;
under Democratic and
policy Republican administrations for Moie About Famous Englander innerspring construction lTnrr r; \ \I ,\\ Our finest budget-

19 years and "we have never tut ZSDI completely encased in luxurious \L \t\ priced! construction,

rattled our rockets or come" Dora foam. The durability and supilhJJLJQ.j L\1.\ coil.on.coil. innerspring -
carelessly to the edge of war. construction
In fact, he said, the United --- I port of' springs with the sleep.inductt f 4" firm foam padding .
States has worked to avoid war From Page 1 I ing comfort f of f foam. This marvelous I top and bottom. Priced for family buying -

by accident or miscalculationby new sleep! surface has an edge-to- at $39.95 for mattress or matching foun- .
developing what has been have a delayed effect en the
I edge firmness never before known in dation. Sturdy blue! stripe tick"
called the "fail-safe" system.In beef industry. 90095* 1

this connection, Johnson Bethel said the S:80CGO fig-I I old-fashioned innersprings. ing sets it off. ,... H Mi ,1,.. \ '7
made the first presidential ure for damage to private
disclosure that some U.S. nuclear -homes and business buildings 4 Also available. in 100% foam :f

weapons ha'e.been. includes $300,000 for Gainesville '

equipped, since 1961, with what and $80,000 for loss in the Englander

he termed permissive action county outside Gainesville. 'S.4 .. .
links. He said the figure is a pielim- a subsidiary of UNION CARBIDE CORPORATION ;

The President described these inary estimate, since the smaller iI ii i
towns in Alachua County
"electromechanical locks i
as have !
not estimatesof
jet reported
which must be opened by secret their losses.Gainesville PLENTY OF FREE PARKINGe- .
combination before action is Diamond majesty_seven brilliant diamonds e. Elegant.bridal set of 14K gold highlighted
City ManagerBill set in lovely UK gold wedding by ten sparkling diamonds. $250
possible. Green and Utilities DIrector $500 :ro01
This system, he said, is being John Kelly attended a meeting I b. Bridal pair features eight diamonds d. Eleven diamonds shine in exquisite wedding

r extended. in Jacksonville Wednesday,I set in luxurious UK gold. S150fricttpbatgs sett enhanced by lovely J4K mounting. L IJ1lY'S : '
r' Earlier Wednesday, hopping representing both city and
back and forth across the Canadian -county. I -

border with Pearson The meeting was called by I Credittermsifyouuish ZAJLE'Sr : blJte 6 : : .: T-
from Montana to British Columbia -local government officials to- t

back to Washington State gether for a briefing, who will I.JE'V\TELE 3 S IKTERJUTUflttt
and then back to CanadaJohnson's be responsible for preparation s sr W ACADEMY f 7

big concern was the and management of claims for ,
calls for joint development of federal financial assistance for "
the water resources of the hurricane damage to public LARGEST DIAMOND MERCHANT Across From Jerry's Drive-In -' ;

mighty Columbia. property. j I .

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Thursday; September 17, 1954 Gainesville Sun 3
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13th StreetZoning .
Local. Homeowner Petitions r-


For Better Water
1.1 Set TonightControversial I Drainage

, zoning on A Holly Forest homeownerhas Heights, Westwood, Golfv iew Gainesville north of Archer
I Northwest 13th Street will dom-I announced he is seeking Manor and other sections cf the :Road and west of Main Street, MCKESSON BEXEL
I inate tonight's City Plan Board signers for a petition which city.Especially including thousands of acres in
I meeting. will call on the city and countyto needed now, Ad- I the northwest which have not
1 The board will consider zon- do whatever is necessary to kinson said, are persons who ;yet been developed. In all, .
ing requests by Kirkpatrick and solve flooding problems in the will carry copies of the petitionto the basin drains about 22
,, Pierson real estate firm and E. Hogtown Creek drainage area their neighbors and obtain i square miles.
W. Knight for retail business and other Gainesville sections. ,support. I The creek ends in a small
zoning for their 13th Street prop- James A. Adkinson, 506 SW I County officials tried several 'sink just inside the city limits,
erty now .zoned residential-pro- 42nd St., said he is convincedthat :years ago to get public support west of SW 34th St.Gainesville. VITAMIN SALE !
fessional. Gainesville can develop 'for a drainage project for ;Hog- i
Both requests have been Pending properly only when the flood- ,town Creek.. They were 'lOt sucrcessful. Sun
threat is solved. I
since ,early in the summer.
I At that time, one county official
I The plan board deferred action Adkinson said H u r r icane
Dora's flood waters said that given a ten-inch Published evenings except with complete end save on famous McKesson Bexel Vitamins for !
at the owners' request in broughttwo I Saturday, and Sunday morn- Today only extravagant people a
rain Gainesville would wake
July to see if an acceptable so- inches of water into his to the fact that it is taking up a ings by the Gainesville Pub- disregard money pay exorbitant prices for the, tilewJtokfamyGetasixmonthsupply..enoughidentical '" I
lishing Company at 101 SE
I' lution objecting could neighbors.The be arranged. with home.He said the petition will ask serious flooding risk. Almost 12 2nd Place. Gainesville Florida formulas and quality of vitamins they oatb fake care of'your needs until March of 1965. ,.. I

The property owners previously city and county officials to do inches of rain fell in three days and matter entered at the as Post second Otfice class or buy at % price, two for one, or special savings. Yov8 remember this September..because of a3 I
Hurricane Dora. '
1 l' explained to the plan what must be done including during Since that time, part of the I Gainesville Florida. Uses big September sale is proof of this Stock rP the money youTh saved on vitamins!
board to the adjoining condemnation of property to
'jPi t they hoped see drainage area has been annexedto CIRCULATION RATES BY
. .: areas developed in a construct proper drainage facil- CARRIER OR MAIL
ities for the entire city. the City of Gainesville., 1 Week .45 r-
"similar to
j shopping center a:
Hogtown Creek drains most of 3 Mos. $5.85All .
About 400 homeowners in the
Sears store.
J 1,1 l They denied, however, that i general area where he lives i French Budgetc be paid mail in advance.subscriptions must % PRICE 01ECOHOMT SIZES 2 BOTTLES FOR THE PRICE OFI.MCKESSON ,
the land was to be bought by should sign the petition, he said.
(, ( ) New York Times Member of Audit Bureau of
the Sears' firm. More than a He said signers should come PARIS, Sept. l&-The govern- Circulation.
from the Holly Forest, I All material contained herein Is
board Angle-
year ago the plan rejected ment proudly announced todaya
the property of the Ga'nesvllle VITAMIN c
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I Sears in the N.W. 13th Street first time in 36 years that in- strkt'y forbidden withjot the
4 !. sector after neighbors ra i sed business autpmotive zoning for come will cover outgo. written pern,..sion of the publisher.Sun 100 11I9.100'1I

." \. strenuous objections. property in the triangle'west of V........ REG. NOW. .
) The planning department's rezoning the West University Avenue- VlTAWJH t n $129EACH I
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t I The agenda also includes at the Utilities Operations Cen- -==-rrr\\ I s
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,4 Gainesville Sun Thursday. September 17, 1964Florida's
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JOHN R. HARRISON President aMi
PuMisbtr FAT COWLES, ,Vktf Pru..
. Beautiful nt) Ed JOHNSON, Viet President I J Ja
Mid Extcwtiv Editorf W. 6. (Bill)

I'J, University City I E'J EBERSOLE* Dirtetorj, VK BOB President TARTAGLIONE and AdVM1UU ,- By RALPH 'McGILLPulitirr I By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.

i Viet, President, and Circulation Manager._ Of u. AtUau.Prize Whining(Ga. CaudtBtiaa Psbbsher Anyone who throws up his hands in despair trying to establish Ii

f THE SUN'S rOLlCY "L'- what the candidates are actually talking about is clearly' "
<< justified. The fault seems to be one part the candidates', one
1. Report the news fully and Irrpartially In the news columns. .- MagnoliaState's part that of a press that sometimes handles the news )-. : -: __
Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only -editorials.'v ": dentiously, one part the fault of an extremist, utterly aban -

3. Publish\aIl sides of Important controversial issues. t>:,, 't1'2. _.' ?ei-' doned rhetoric of denunciation. An example of each: .

))1 t The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-S441 : 4 :.. ((1)) Lo and behold Vice-Presidential Candidate William :Mil

Want Ads--376-4672 ; :c-Si : ler, addressing himself to the subject of social .security, announces : .. -
in New
Hampshire that Senator Goldwater never
t : j took the position that social security payments should be put -.
i Line on voluntary basis. Mr. Goldwater, says :Mr. Miller, "has,

General Taylor's. Optimism said no such thing. He does not say so now. He never said so.*'

. i Mississippi's dolorous Dem- NOW MR. MILLER may be leaning on a technicality, to"" .

crats: alienated from party wit, that Senator Goldwater never proposed, nor agreed to :
tJ: The news reports about Gen. Maxwell General Taylor did not,say anything for
loyalty more than a decade propose, a specific piece of legislation aimed at modifyingthe
1 1 D. Taylor's report to President about the support in the villages fo? have met and agreed to Social Security Law; that when he spoke about social '

Johnson and leaderson the fight against the Viet Cong. permit the names of Lyndon security being voluntary he was making a paradigmatic

I congressional He said the military situation re- Johnson and Hubert Hum observation, a reference to how things should ideally be done,

the political and military situation mained "essentially normal." But, phrey to appear on the ballot. in an Ideally free society. But Mr. Miller's clear implication, -.. -
j They consented to the Democratic let us face it, was that Senator Goldwater never made any
South Nam do not
in Viet -
proi for unknown reasons (General '
: Taylor label only after Governor :6' references at all to the desirability of a voluntary social
i vide much evidence to support the gave none) the Viet. Cong has Johnson had spoken for security law-and that is sheer nonsense; it is nonsense, of |

I optimistic tone. not pushed its guerrilla operations Mr. Goldwater's election and Kind i moreover, that does *

during the, political crisis in South said the plan would make it THE \V( )Rlj.S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST'Dixie9 little service to the image of I

11) General Taylor said "continued Viet Nam. Could this be a lull beforenew easier to defeat the Demo- ,- -- Senator Goldwater as above
cratic ticket in Missisippi. Angry all a politician of integrity.
progress" was being made in the wart stronger assaults? and seemingly vindictive \

t against the Communist guerrillas.He mood, they displayed hostile But Softly AND WHILE WE are at it, "

said the economic situation was All the detailed reports from news- banners and pledged to the reader becomes further I

"relatively favorable," and he expressed men who have been in the, villages vote GOP. confused when he sees Mr

I moderate confidence that indicate that the morale of the In 1943 the'Mississippi Dem- three. : Miller quoted as saying that ,
peas- ocrats walked out to support Ntw Ul1rk {;;tnu such things from a Republican putting the social '
South Viet Nam would get over its ants is far from high. The Viet Cong South Carolina's Strom Thur By JAMES RESTON The crowds were larger in nominee for the presidency system on a security

; recent political crisis and establish still controls much of the area of mond, hero of the Dixiecrat ATLANTA A bearded Atlanta than those that greet- but they are accustomed{ would "destroy"voluntary it basis \I

; a full-fledged provisional govern- South Viet Nam, even close to the party. In 1960 they cast their preacher in rags wandered ed Nixon here four years ago. to hearing all these mon question about that."- Last-no _

\ ment by November.We capital city of Saigon. electoral votes for Virginia's through Barry Goldwater'svast They were friendly and strous demons shouted and spring Nelson Rockefeller was {
seemed ready for deliver- waved into oblivion and Bar-
\ Seantor Byrd.NOWHERE. crowd in Hurt Park here was saying the identical I
Tuesday carrying a sign j ance if not repentance, but ry is neither a shouter Lor a and thing
have high regard for General General there supporters of Senator \
a Taylor's report, lacking IN THE South among the magnolia trees. is clearly something waver. Goldwater

Taylor's opinion. He is an able detailed evidence to back it up, may. has there been more consist- "If you go to hell," it said, missing about Barry's Prom- He is your handsome Uncle demonstrated patiently, and impatiently -

I I' and experienced solider; his back- sound like an effort by the Johnson ent criticism of "federal expenditures" "don't blame Jesus." ised Land, probably the road Barry from the West telling it was utterly hysterical why

ground in diplomacy and high government administration to make the South than in Mississippi. The preacher didn't say map of how to get there. the old familiar stories in the conclude any sucn thing. to I

i posts gives him a solid Viet Nam situation look good for Each year a state business who was to blame, but Barryup HE TELLS HIS crowds tones of a sort of medium or Mr. Miller, by thoughtlessly
group, also hostile to "Wash- on the stand among the that there is "somet h i n g low-keyed rebel yell He has accepting Mr. Rockefeller's
( basis for political judgments. the election campaign. However, Re- ington," issues a statement bobbing banners had the an- wrong" about our lives; that the words, but to Southernears arguments, in affect dismissed 1

publican Senators Everett Dirksen giving Mississippi's federaltax swer. He blamed the Demo- he can't quite put his fingeron he doesn't quite have hypocritical, or uninformed

But there have been so many en-: and George Aiken seemed to agree payments but failing to crats and denounced them for what it is, but in 3 weekor the melody yet all those who defended 1;
f and
couraging reports about Viet Nam wth the Democrats that Taylor's report print the total of federal expenditures the debasement of our immortal two, he says, maybe he In Winston Salem, Barry still do, Mr. Goldwater's,posi-
( in the state. News- souls. will try to spell it out. made good like a candidate tion of last
which later proved to have been was moderately reassuring and spring; tu
papers in the capital city, and And yet somehow Atlanta Meanwhile, he tells ghost should. He made the dreadful nothing of what say
wishful thinking that we are keep- justified a continuation of presentU. elsewhere, carefully nurse itself didn't look exactly like stories about Evil Men in far confession to a tobacco he was saying about, inferentially,

I ing our fingers crossed on this one. S. policy in Viet Nam. this misrepresentation.The the capital of a crumbling off places, most of them in producing audience that he water himself of last Mr. Gold-

Southern states are in civilization. Barry landed ata the North. There are nine of didn't use the stuff, but he 2) An spring.
example of
various stages of developmentfrom new airport and drove into them on the Supreme Court of denounced the federal .government relaying only press
enough of
the underdeveloped status town on vast new highways the United States, destroying for thinking about story to make a
that is the fate of every financed largely by the wick- the character of the people printing on the cigarette sound hopelessly Goldwater

Voice of the People region or country that ed federal government he de and the equal powers of packs that smoking wasn't sible. Last Tuesday,irrespon-Senator

%, I II has long depended on an agricultural nounced.HE the government. There is necessarily good for you. Fulbright delivered
economy. All profit SPOKE in a little "Yo Yo" McNamara shuttling IN GEORGIA, he skipped attack on the foreign a strong

; I more from' federal spendingthan square under a soaring complex between disasters in Viet Albany when he was told of the Goldwater policy
I I On The Sun's Opinion Page === do other states. of geometric new build- Nam. There is Bobby' Baker that the Republican leader- Thursday's paper group., the following From

But Mississippi is the best ings erected by the down and Billie Sol Estes, those ship there was not likelyto from an account -
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters cared for of all. No other state trodden free enterpris e be signed and bear the writer's address. Homes will be withheld if letter correspondent: "Senator Ful-
must requested. A shouldnot
has so massive a stake in and talked again to another above all there is that terrify- grandeur,. and the Ne-
exceed 500 words and must be written en only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The bright had also said, 'there is
the letter federal spending. If Washington vastcrowd. in a shopping cen- ing new villianHubert Hora- groes were hammering up
Sun reserves right to reject any or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or a kind of romantic
were to "save" as a reaction ter as opulent as the competitor tio Humphrey.The couple of thousand UB a rry in the Goldwater
intentWho's people' who live under it. for Humphrey and ,later told to ,the constant Mississippi dreams of both Macy: Senator was rather gentle Go Home" signs. At that world not view of the
DutyIs In a democracy the people newraen that he hadn't want- criticism of "govern- ,and Gimbel. with Lyndon Baines John point he discovered conveniently Communists unlike that of the

? rule either directly t h rough ed to but was told by the ment spending" and cut off Yet, like the itinerant par- son on his first invasion of that the Albany run Goldwater themselves/.

Democracy meetings that,all may attend White House that he had to." aid from the federal govern- son, he was full of elemental the South. He talked ominously ways were too short for his 'it is told reporters that,

., or indirectly through The part of the above ment, the result would be disaster gloom, pining over the sad about "a cloud over the a shame that a national
EDITOR, Sun: Recently jet.Even campaign has to be
the election of certain repre- statement about Smathers be- for the Magnolia state. decline of his fellow countrymen White House," and promised so, he will persist in run witha
my son (who is in coIl e g e) sentatives to attend to the ing forced bothers me con- and not at all impressed "When I am Presidentof the South because he must, Democrat calling a"Republican --
and I discussing the difference a Communist'
were between ."Ccmm- business of running the gov- siderably. The pro's and con'sof MISSISSIPPI'S taxpayers with the visible progressall these United States" to and there is clearly enough TIlE READER : :
ernment. 3. The common people the particular issue is 'of furnished the' smallest shareof round him. What shall it conduct himself as'a Dresi- sentiment for him here to use winces: hoiv'on
nism" and "Socialism". I earth, in
even the
distinguished from the little concern. Granting that federal expenditures., In profit a man if he gain the dent should, but most of his his time to good advantage.His sive permis-
been inter-
had really world of
never privileged class, or their the entire matter inv 0 1,v ed"party" '1962 federal tax collections in whole world and lose his personal shafts were aimedat main strategic problemis Goldwater politics, can :
ested enough in the subjectto escalate
much political ower. 4. The treatment politics and the par- ,Mississippi were $270,793,000, soul? Humphrey and at the that he wants to please words those
to find out into the
try of others as one's ticipants were acting in their of which $219,380,000 was inCome This was his theme in Win- dreadful designs of that ominous and carry the South without accusation"that
So I found
about either. Fulbrigbt called
equals. privileged capacity as par- tax. But during the year ston Salem and also vaguely intellectual conspiracy, displeasing and losing California him a.,
that the World Book Enc'clopedia's Communist? Not
the The same source of infor- ty members, the statement. 1962 federal expenditures in in Atlanta, only he put the the Americans for Democratic Ohio, and Illinois. very easily. '
Dictionary gives However there
mation further states: "Com still bothers me. the state amounted to $644- old biblical question in different Action.IT This may be why he sang was another-
definitions sentence in
following Senator
"Communism" 1A munism and socialism are The question: Does the 617,217. This meant that for words. What were pros- CANNOT be said that "Dixie" pianissimo. For while bright's Ful- .1
derived systems of social organization "White House" have the every $3 paid in federal taxes perity and justice without the crowds in North Carolinaand he needs the South, the Southis in speech. It was not
philosophy or system, quoted the in
under which the meansof right to coerce my the federal government spent freedom? he asked. But he Georgia did not like this. not enough to win, and one paper ques- _
from Marxism, advocating representative tion. It said "Goldwater ..
state ownership of land production and distribution ? Does my representa- $6.50 in support of. the economy didn't mention the Negro, After all, it has been a longtime day soon he must face the is the closest Republicanism -

and postulating of goods are transferredfrom ti ve ,have the right ,to of Mississippi. who is a little short on a 11 since they have heard the North. thing in American
property politics to
class conflict, and seek- private hands to the government acquiesce? How much of this Yet, 'there goes on in Mississippi an equivalent to Russian '
The classic differ- day in and out
type of conduct day ,
ing the overthrow of noncommunist spills over Stalinism." Now neither
between the two continual attack undefined DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS is
societies in behalf ence systems into the Halls of Congres? a on that to call Goldwater a Communist -
lies in the different Will "federal aid" funds to federal spending, federal '
of the proletariate. 2. A political But rhetorically it is -:
means they take to establish which state waste, federal extravagance.The .
my is otherwise
social and economical closer
infinitely and
themselves: communism emphasizes fact is that federal spend- Hallmark of Goldwaterism any
be lost if'our
system in which the state, repre- reader seeing first the more -
the impracticability sentatives ing is the major support of
to "stay in
governed by an elite party, inflammatory of the two state-
'controls production, labor,and of replacing the existing line"? Is our own money -the state's economy. ments, and then Goldwater's,
social order by any means federal It might be well, for a WALTER UPPMANN fairs ,he lives in a world of
distribution, and, largely, the ( taxes) being used to year By down !in p r i v a.t e respon- would tend to be more -
social and cultural life and other than armed force o r 'buy our support through 'our to respond to the demandsof Sen. Barry Goldwater has fantasy. He dreams that all sibility" and in "respect for to Goldwater's sympathetic exasperated -

thought of the people. 3. A outside intervention; the. advocates representatives? ,Am I, a Mississippi's politicians and been telling the country that things are possible. For it is law and order." reply.
of socialism seek to public voices for reduction of President has become too in the world of dreams ;I
social order in which property voter, responsible for such the only The Senator asks that "if it And 3), in the category of "i
is held in common by the establish it by peaceful conduct on the part of my spending from the state. That, powerful and that this very that weaker Presidents can is entirely proper for govern- outrage. Headline, "Meany's

community or the state. means, though "legislation representatives, because: of of course, is not what they powerful President has been do gigantic things, that great ment to take from some to Parallel: Goldwater and Hit-

"Socialism" 1. A theoryor rather than force. my insatiable demand for ,want. They want to have it much too weak to win the results can be achieved at give to others, then won't lfer." (Lead sentence) 'A

system of social organization The discussion bet ween more and more federal bene- both ways to damn the cold war and stamp out little cost. some men be led to believe parallel' between Barry M. .: .'

by which the means o f my son and I was ,concluded fits? If I stop demanding so federal government as a crimes of violence in our city THIS ORLDLINESS is that they can rightfully take Goldwater and Adolf Hitler

production and distribution upon ,finding the informationin much from my govern in e nt spender and yet draw heavilyon streets. a part of his personal at from anyone who has more was charged last night by :
are owned, managed, or con the preceding paragraph.: will my representatives have federal funds to keep their The Senator has based his tractiveness. In his w o rId than they?" George Meany, president of .

trolled by the governmentstate With this discussion "freshin to promise me less.to. get,.my economy ging.1USSISSJPPI. campaign on the thesis that everything becomes possible This must be about the the AFL/CIO, who chargedthat

( socialism) or by asso- mind", I was reading the vote at election time? Is it FEVERENTLY the powers of the Presidencymust when you have said that it first time in 200 years that the Presidential candi- .
Sun (Sunday, Aug. 30) and Possible' that I have more be reduced and that should happen. There is no
ciations of workers (guild supports, as do other cot- any public man has argued date was 'liable to draw us
socialism). 2. A political came to an article "State time to raise a question aft- ton states, the generous price then a smaller and weaker clash between the theories that charity corrupts the into nuclear war' and would
movement advocating or associated Dems Rejoice Little Over. er the fact than to advise ,support,loans on cotton. But President can and should do and the facts. The hard realities characters of the poor.It bring about a super-society
with this system. 3. Choice of Humphrey" which my representatives of some only in Mississippi are efforts away with the most troublesome do not really exist.. It is not only charity that dominated by big business."
The practice of such a sys contained the following state- answers when they are considering by Democrats and Republicans problems at home and was this boy who has never is corrupting the poor. The "
ments: how to vote for me.j abroad. up fully who said the search for justice is also
':. to reduce these loans at- grown corrupting HITLER'S NAME, quite understandably
tem.To be fair in presenting the "Gov. Bryant went to the on a piece of legislation? Will tacked by congressmen and THIS CENTRAL contradiction other day that when he was the poor. The Gold- is among the
looked fort convention urging that Sen. I be the one responsible if of Gold- he would install his
question below, I newspapers as the efforts of is the hallmark President water theory about civil dirtiest two or three in hu
he definition a f another Smathers of Florida be nonv m y' Democracy eventually "leftwing Democrats." (Theydo waterism. The Senator findsit ham radio set in the White rights for Negroes is that by manhlstoryandltlstopayHitler
inated on the ticket with becomes a victim of "creep believe that a House and would then be ble laws
word: not seem to have noticed e a s y t o enacting about these a favor to mention him
"Democracy" 1. A gov- Johnson. Instead, Smather ing socialism? that Senator Goldwater is smaller, shrunken, much. less to talk to a number of beads rights the Negroes have been in the same sentence as Gold- \
is run by the made a nominating speech NAME WITHHELD can overawe of state. Incifedin demand these
ernment that '. rl < pledged to end price supports.) costly government water. I predict that our
*i ?: The fact that Senator Harry the Communist nations This unworldly divorce from rights. According to one of grandchildren's grandchildren '

S POTOMAC FEVER : 4 ,*, Byrd once led such an at- jointly and severally, can reality is not always charm- his leading supporters, per- will be taught that there was '
tempt ,apparently escaped command the Western Alliance ing. Many dreams .can be haps the most distinguished once a man in the mid50'sso

By JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington .Bureau -. them. Mississippi's economy and can put Latin America quite cruel, and when Senator intellectual in the Goldwater reckless as to suggest that

:Massachusetts voters turned down GOV. Peabody in the prima :11 [\"'as'8 also receives enormous boosts in order. In Barry Gold- Goldwater talks about the camp Prof. Milton Friedmanof Eisenhower was a Communist -

dirty campaign: The rumor got around that Peabody wouldn't:. give his own from capital that comes into water's mind a cheaper poor he can be very cruel Chicago University, the Civil But no one today, let

mother a hacksaw blade.. the state for flood control and government could act more He has been making much of Rights act "has directed alone tomorrow, not one of
-- soil conservation work. This strongly, a weaker g o vern- our common worries about Negro resentment a g a i nst all those vigilant little morali-

Mrs. Goldwater says she didn'treallY mean it when she said Barry had a ,[is'not regarded as "socialis- ment could see that the cities the increase of crime. And whites." zers who groan with pain at

nervous breakdown. That's the spirit. The family that, explains 'rej f\tiC\ :" are successfully policed. exploiting this worry for THUS, IT IS NOT the gr v- the least excess of the right

mains together. v -' .*' >No region has so much to How, one must ask, can political purposes, he was ances that incite the Ne- wing, will pay George Meanyhis
-- gain from existing federal policies we run the world and yet been claiming that he, Barry groes; it Is the effort to due, will tell him he has

President Johnson flew to Florida to see the hurricane damage. Big'storms and the natural resources pay less? The fact to be Goldwater, can stop the crime redress the grievances.The disgraced his office as a '

terrible: You barely get started cleaning up after_ them, when you haveto development acts now sure, is that to do what Senator which Lyndon Johnson is, so campaign has been under leader and his obligations .as ,

are quit and listen to speeches.An proposed as "the South" Goldwater wants to have Says Goldwater promoting. way 'only for about two a Christian. S-
and the old cotton states in done demands a much more HOW IS PRESIDENT weeks, and it begins to look They say democracy works ;.
insurance institute says there's a baby boom on .the 'Yay. Our President particular. powerful government than we JOHNSON promoting crime? as' if the real issue to be decided because the people are in- :

must be slipping. This is the first big national development he hasn't\daim. Mississippi merely illus have today. By backing the Civil RightsAct is not whether this or formed. If democracy works --
ed credit for. : .J.: ;' ': trates how many Southernersare Why does he think It and by sponsoring Social .that policy or this or that this time it will be pure :
-* "*,' willing to handicap them- doesn't? The plain truth I Security and welfare measures. piece of legislation is sound miracle. It requires almost' rfulltime

Kennedy's backers say New York reeds a senator: who j is vigorous, selves, their state, and their submit is that he is a dreamer These according ,to Senator but whether Barry Goldwater research keep the. ? :
handsome, young If so, Sen. Keating w through. Who wants' to gend. ...a man children by an over-riding obsession that when Barry Gold- Goldwater's Minneapolis is fit to be President in. the facts, and the issues, in any-" :
tioaboy'sjob'T.s' with race. water talks about public af- speech, are causing "a break- 'hard world of reality. _thing like the proper focus..
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Thursday September 17, 1964 Gainesville
Sun S ._.
Congressmen Paid For Speeches? I -- -
After-School Program Starts Oct. 5'
SfriuRICHMOND' ark irtmr>i said the House had the"sole lower court to set a new trial .. r
I I authority" to its memberson for Johnson under conflict of in- '-' -
try 4w r
Va. -A Federal such a charge. terest statutes. I The Gainesville recreation County school board and indi- Littlewood, Sidney Lanier and Also A. Q. Jones, Duval, Williams = :
Appeals department will open its after- vidual schools. Stephen Foster, 3:30: to 5:30: and the Cen- !"
court ruled that p.m. Community .
a i The the The former U-I
decision \
came as congressman's
t member school playground' program for Hours and locations are: J. J. Monday through Friday 'and 9 ter, all 4 to 6 p.m. weekdays $
S of Congress may notI court vacated the conviction conviction under the conflict of
be this fall on. Oct. 5. Finley, Kirby Smith, Metcalfe, a.m. to noon Saturday. and 9 a.m. to noon Saturday. ,
I tried in federal courts on against former Rep. Thomas F. interest law, the court said, relied Ray Massey, director, said
charges of accepting money to Johnson of Maryland, who was: too heavily on a speech he :\ : /1 that applications now are being to
make a speech. on the floor of I convicted in District Court lastOctober I made on the house floor in July, taken to hire men and womenas I GULISTAN CARPET OF
I !the House a-
of Representatives. of fraud and conspiracy 1960. playground leaders and as '-
The United States Court of :against the U. S. I In that speech, Johnson de- < sistants. Interested persons' IVI is
Appeals for the Fourth Circuit I The appeals court directed the I fended Maryland's independent .: should apply at the recreation I .AI, Sh i-
savings and loan associations office, he said. MERGULOiyMORC ir
ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A against an attack in the Wash Adult directors will supervise
ington Star. play for children after school : j
and Saturdays, he said. 4 li tie
FLORIDA Soon after the speech, the Department <
Swimming Pool 4 3 Activities will include football,I Ink
of Justice contendedin + x ;N, ,' F".e ti !
basketball, tetherball badminton i-
its prosecuting arguments, u ,__
; I
volleyball low'organiz-
by Rivers Construction Co. Johnson began receiving cam- COIN ed games for younger children. ?
contributions from two

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DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA, 1965, thus causing a critic a 1 presidency in 1966. He has also 26.tional three months after Sept.II a new..remarkable.
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n f.I t.If KOUSL-Easter Nuptials Read uiomtn f OilD UF Women's Club Coffee \

rf ,I J NEW YORK CITY Mr. Plans for the University Wom Robert Bolles and Mrs. DennisK. the Open House are being made i

/ and Mrs. John D. Kousi are at en's Club annual open house Stanley. .* by Mrs. Richard Schmidt and 3
home at 419 East 57th Street, Monday, were completed by the Mrs. Robert Bailey, who will be -
! New York City, following their THE executive board at a meeting Interest Groups assisted by Mrs. Rembert W. l
marriage, which took place Au- f fRIBIL.Y I early this week at the-home of A variety of interest groupsare Patrick, Mrs. J. A. Gavan, Mrs. f
.- gust 30 at St. John's Greek Orthodox Mrs. Harry Philpott.Mrs. being offered this year and Waldemar Olson, Mrs. Frederick "

I Church, Blue Point Long y John F. Baxter members of the Women's Club' N. Rhines and Mrs.Roy E S
0 &cti Ruth Weimer-Women's Editor presi- *
Island. dent of the club, Mrs. J. Wayne will have the opportunity of selecting -'Tew. r
ReV. Father Constantine The-
Reitz, honorary president, and which groups they wish. Serving as social chairmen i I'

odore The performed bride is the the former ceremony.Miss MobleyFarewell I Mrs. R. D. Coddington, chairman These groups, sponsored by for this event will be Mrs. W. .<
:, .. of the Newcomer's Group, the Women's Club and the Newcomer's E. Elmore and Mrs. M. M. ?
Elizabeth Easter of --
and -
1 daughter ALACHUA Mr. Mrs.
will welcome new and return
Group, with their chair-!Lasley. \
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Easter ,
Alvin of Alachua
Mobley an- and
ing faculty women men are:
i of Gainesville. V nounce the engagement of their members of the faculty at the I I Working with them will be j 1
\ The bridegroom Is the son of clubhouse on the Newber r v After Five Club, Dr. Mildred I Mrs. W. R. Hutcherson, Mrs. 1I j
., Harry Kousi of Bay Shore, Long ..xYo: .7 e!'by'mo .' ) Island, and the late Mrs. Kou Richard and Farwell Mrs. Arthur, son F.of Captain Far- from 10 to 11:30 a.m. and at an Gay Welborn and Mrs. D. A.,I Mrs. W. E. Carter, Mrs.
-_ si. '>' ro afternoon tea from 3-5 p.m. Halperin; Book Club, Mrs. Hy- Clyde M. Williams, Mrs. Doug-
USN of
well Jr. Warrington.A
i Father Escorts Bride !E ram Kitchen; Choral Club, Mrs.' las Shanklin, Mrs. Hugh C. Davis -
t Given in marriage by her December wedding is plan- Reservations for this first two- Reid Poole and Mrs. Howard B. Jr., Mrs. Ernest Silk, Mrs. \

( father, the bride wore a gownof qn,L:.sac: ') ned in Alachua. part event are not necessary.One King; Evening Bridge, Mrs. John J. Wright, Mrs. Donald G.

ivoy peau de soie with re- 4d Miss Mobley was graduatedfrom of the highlights of the Gene Valente and Mrs. Paul H. Price, Mrs. J. T. Hennessey
I embroidered Alencon lace and Santa Fe High Schooland Smith; Golf, Mrs. Harold D. Mrs. J. Wayne Conner, Mrs.
be the
will for
t seed pearls. She carried a bou- :4x is a junior at the Univer- day opportunity Wallace; International Relations Ronald R. Cowdan, Mrs. JeromeP. I
quet of white gardenias and : '9ttT Y .f '2'sR g sity of Florida.Mr. ..,:.;$ members to see the newly-dec Mrs. Fletcher N. Bald- Gaa, Mrs. William F. Sut- 1
i roses. 4 :: ;1/ orated clubhouse, which was win; Old Timers, Mrs. W. Le- terer and Mrs. Henry R. WiIi i
t I Miss Susan Easter of Gainesville Farwell attended Wash- :" "'*'f4! i completed during the sum- roy Schoch; Social Dancing son. '
was maid of honor'for her ington Lee High School in Ar- :: mer under the direction of Mrs. Club, Mrs. Charles Eno and
lington, Va. He will be gradu- i1'" Decorations for the club house '\
Mrs. Robert Detweiler Newcomer's
sister. She floor
J wore a length 4 rm. y; H ; -
.. 1" gt ,, ated from the University of and patio are being handled by *
of Florentine peach silk Bridge, Mrs. Gerhard
gown .j.Y
I organza. v t.:! SS .%:';%'.: 5,:. '.x4 n'dx3n Florida in December, where he ..w: Faculty Club Freund; Beginner's B r i dge,'Mrs R. S. Reisinger and Mrs. I.

i William Downey of New York ..... $. Is a member of the Gator Mrs. Alexander Bednarek and F. Waglow.
\. was best man. Ushers were < ;;,: :v. .yyS.y .. .'n'"f!: +::ify $ I Swim Team.LaCROSSE. Miss Sybil Mobley Open TonightFirst the Eight O'clock Group, Mrs. Baby sitting facilities will be

John Boufis, William Farrell, Donald Dew. available and mothers bring
Andrew Romeo, Robert DeBono { {'f' Parties ComplimentMiss family night buffet din- ing small children are asked to
Open House Committees
: Edward Danaby and John ner of the fall season for the bring personal equipment for
.i Chary: all of New York. Brad.i Mrs. John D. Kousi I UF Faculty Club will be held I Program arrangements for their children's comfort.

ford Easter of Gainesville, the University of Florida and from Yale University ,and New I Linda Register tonight from 6 to 8. Prospective I II r

| brother of the bride, was crown has been residing in New York York University Law School. He members are invited. I ,j
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i bearer. City for the past three years. is associated with the New II Two bridal white centered the lace cover A get acquainted programof '
!I Hurry down to .
=\ A reception followed the cere- Formerly a stewardess for Pan York law firm of Brown, Cross showers were given recently in I ed serving table. food, fun and fellowship is fGaddum's
mony at the Southward Ho American Airways in the Over and Hamilton.Out honor of Miss Linda Register, 1 planned. h
Corsages were presented to I
.E{ Country Club, Bay Shore. seas Division, she plans to I whose marriage to Herbert Silo I I
of town guests for the the bride to be, her mother,
.. 9 I UF Graduate continue her career as a model. I ber will be an event of Sunday r .
wedding included the bride's Mrs. Orel A. and
The bride was graduated from Mr. Kousi was graduated at 4 p.m. in the Antioch Bap-- Ever sweeten mashed
Family who spent a fortnight in tist Church. the bridegroom-elect's mother, sweet potatoes with honey? Moving Sale
New York. Mrs. Jack Silber of Satellite
for the first shower I'I
Hostesses Good flavor! i
were Mrs. Roy Cellon and Beach and High Springs. ___ I Cups and saucers 89c
Mrs. W. E. Cellon, who enter-I
r r Lr tained 25 guests at the home of Madras '

a the former.A bedspreads .. $5.50 1
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TODAY, September 17 ble.
: Another'shower for the bride- Large framed mirrors . $15 to $25
FOUNDATION DEPT. Coke party honoring Mi ss of
elect was given by a group I -
I Walnut dresser chest . . .. $75
Where the fashion minded mold their figures Martha Jane Edwards of Irvine hostesses who entertained at I qualified art teacher with MEd in or
bride elect of Doug the LaCrosse Woman's Club. I
f with the help of our trained corsetieres .' Davis, Valdosta, Ga., 10:30to I They were Mrs. Fred May, art education and a TOUR OF THE Uni- Bargains throughout our shop

12:30 p.m. Mrs. Spurgeon Mrs. J. F. Parrish, Mrs. E. versity City Bank in connection witha Open 9 to 5:30
Cherry and Mrs. Percy T. Norris, Mrs. Orion Cauthen,
Beard at the former's home, .Mrs. J. A. Cason, Mrs. R. T. new advertising series.
2203 NW Ninth Place. Hargrove, Mrs. Carl Harris,
\ \ Mrs. Larry Rogers, Mrs. J. L. Idaaa um nte'Lio'tsClJoUYLg
i FRIDAY, September 18 Norris and Mrs. J. T. Sowell Contact Marcia Riley, 372-8441,
Irs magiC! and Wanlsk Jitoae\n
S Coffee feting Miss Edwinna Seasonal flowers in pink and Gainesville Sun. gamily <
Murphey fiancee of Verle y
J. Spivey of Jacksonville f ,
10 a.m., Mrs. Frank Lee, Baton Class
Lovable slims YOU Ocala Road.SATURDAY.

Set SaturdayA '
September 19 COMPUTE LOW
series of baton classes will
Wedding of Miss Linda be held at the Elk's Club, 903 FOR
without. Marie Kirkpatrick, daughterof West University Avenue, with PRICE
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell L. registration and first classes to J
Kilpatrick, and Kenneth C. be Saturday morning. The instructor tp .
Winters, son of Mr. and Mrs. will be Mrs. Nancy .
Berl C. Winters, 10 a.m., who is ESTAkUSHEO 1904BcutcocfcT !
Hord Gillis, a registered "'
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'I Ion a Chapel of the First Twirling Association Associate 'L ; f' :1 t.\ } F&Erti&HU-* r c-ti ''

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Linda Register and their son, Gainesville, head majorettefor "JV: -'-_ r- a>>e, TO 550' .

Airy-light "French Leaves" has Herbert Silber, 6:30: p.m., Mr. two years, a member of the
and Mrs. Jack Silber and also Florida All Star Marching "
hidden control in every lovely leaf'! Miss Celia Ann Silver, Wo- Corps, and a majorette at Flo- .111:

man's Club of High Springs. rida State University.
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Classes will be divided according ..:""" '\
SUNDAY, September 20
to-age and ability, witha
1. Wedding of Miss Linda Reg limited enrollment. Fee will
ister and be for the series of 10 lessons
t! daughter of Mr. $10 Pies: ya.
;, 1 C Mrs. 0. classes scheduled ..
t1 A. Register,and Her- with the :
Ac +i bert Silber son of Mr. and as follows: beginner I 8:30; --"'-'" "

Mrs. Jack Siller, 4 p.m., beginner II 9:20; Intermediate -
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6 Gainesville Sun Thursday, September 17, 1964

I I,sion on Friday, Sept. 18, at 10 College, and it became the first is now fulfilling requirements I during the Association's annual Mrs. Emma H. McDonald of
[a.m. at the Holy Trinity Epis- institution of the new state system for evaluation and subsequent fall meeting. Sugar Hill left yesterday for

. News of Special Interest copal Church. The evening serv : of junior colleges.Dr. membership in the Southern as- Ralph Malone, President of Jasper Ala., because of busi-
ice is scheduled at S p.m. John W. Rembert was sociation of Secondary Schools the: Association and Dean of the ness. She will be away for
named by the State to head the and Colleges. host institution, Hampton JC, several days.
To the Colored I i RALLY ENDS SEPT. 27th new college and it began its said; he will invite the NJCAA's Miss Mary Acosta and Miss
Community i The rally at the Shady Grove- first year of operation in the SPECIAL NOTICE regional representative to the Helen West, both of Panama

.. .. ;Primitive Baptist Church will fall of 1957 as an evening schoolin There will be a joint meeting meeting to discuss the colleges' City were sight-seeing in the
News il'rns ffis r -- ted to Colored News E-r Dn w. r*' '-. terminate on Sunday, Sept. 27. the old Gibbs High School of the Adult and Youth involvement in open c6mpeti- the University City yesterday.Mr. .
526 NW 8th St. by mail or by phone at FR 65753. Do not send news directly to the Gainesville There will be a banquet on building. With a hand-pi eked Branches of the NAACP Gaines- and Mrs. James R. John-

Sun office. behalf of the church on Sept. 26, staff of eight, Dr. Rembert and ville chapter and the VOTERS tion.One of the Colleges expectedto son and son, Jim, all of Macon -

, at 8 p.m. in the dining loom of his staff prepared to provide at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church benefit most from such al\ Ga., arrived yesterday as

: -' 3 draft board cards. Narileaga Blye HeadKx and the Shady Grove Primitive Baptist -instruction for approximat 1 y today at 8 p.m. This will be move is Gibbs Junior College!guests of Mrs. Johnson's relatives -
I TavernOperators I Judge Hampton suspended the Miss Blanche Jackson. Church. The cooperation of 50 students. However, when a reorganizational meeting for of St. Petersburg, long a here and in Tampa for

line after a lecture on the seriousness I The flowers girls are: Jui- all members and also friendsis classes began that year, there the: purpose of completing plans, ber of the NJCAA and mem-//two weeks.
of using false identifi let Sweeting and Wilnetta asked. were four times as many stu- I for our final weeks of the area jor basketball power for the I Miss Mary H. Ford, of Tam-

"' I.cations. City Atty. Osee Fagan Sweeting of Tampa. The ring I dents as the conservative esti- 'Voter Registration Drive. Our past five years. Only Gibbs JC pa, passed through Gainesville

4. Are Fined added "there are numerous bearer is Byron Jennings.; NEWBERRY NEWS mate had predicted. goal for this drive is 1000 new and Washington JC of Pensa- yesterday route to Lincoln

. 1 false I. D. cards on the (uni- Cornel Murray, brother of the PLANS YOUTH DAY I' Since that time the enroll-'.registered voters by Oct. 3, ap- cola were members of the Business College at Jackson-
.... Youth Day will be ohs'rved' ment of the College has risento 'I. proximately 400 new voters has national group last Gibbs
Three Negro tavern operators'versity) campus, and the city is bridegroom-elect, will be best year. ville.Miss
were found guilty in Municipal'I going to enforce the law the man. The ushers will be John-!at the Mt. Zora Baptist Church a total of 771 students, and been added since June '1964 has been conference champ for Jane Barber of Clear-
. Court Tuesday of selling whis-, best it can." ny Taylor, Eugene Crawford, here on Sunday. The public is the budget of the College has from the local and outly i n g three consecutive years, and 'water passed through the University !

) ky without a license. They were' both of Gainesville; Calvin John- invited. been increased from the $61- areas.A was tournament champs for, City yesterday en route

t fined varying amounts ranging' JOHNSON MURRAY son, brother of the bride -to- 000 allocated in 1957 tomore mass caravan has begun two consecutive years. In addition I to Edward Waters College at

l from $100 to $200. Wedding plans are announced be,. Boston Moss and Fermon LACROSSE NEWS than $750,000.In visiting the county-wide communities Gibbs was ranked in the !Jacksonville.
MEN'S DAY OBSERVANCE 1958, the College moved to provide transportation -top ten, offensively, ,for three j -
( All were convicted by Judge today by Miss Aedra John- Johnson, Eustis. i
Men's Day observance will i into a new $100,000 building, for consecutive
new prospective regis 'ears.
: W. Wade Hampton on testimony I son and LeRoy Murray cf Hart- Friday evening following re-
be held at the St. Paul Baptist and since that time, new buildings trants. Monday and F rid i According to communicationsfrom
by state beverage agent Harold'ford, Conn., whose inuriage; hearsal, Miss Juan;ta Harrison ay Home Mission Society of
I I "' Church here on Sunday, Sept. have been added to the nights have been set aside for the NJCAA's Regional Office
: will be the First
Frazier of Jacksonville, a 6-i performed Saturday at will give the rehearsal din- Baptist Church will
I 20. The schedule of services is physical plant which is now val- this Refreshments will tentative plans call for the
Greater Bethel meet at the home of Rev. and
-- foot, 275 pound Negro. Frazier A.M.E. Churchat ner at the home of the bride -
. as follows: ued at close to $2 million. be provided at Mt. Carmel Baptist FJCAA to become the 4th de-
Mrs. W. M. Miles
i said he purchased half pints of! 5 p.m.The tobe for the bridal party and I on Tuesdayat
Morning worship at 11 a.m. Key to the phenomenal grow- Church following each visitto vision of a new Florida conference
7 30 Miss
: Bessie M.
whisky in all three taverns during bride guests. p.m.
be 1
.t to ; the I During the services, there will eth of the College is the en- the outlying areas. All old with the right to send two 'Jackson
a systematic investigation! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Immediately following the cer- reporter.
, be baptism. Rev. Ned Banks thusiastic support shown it by and new workers and other in- teams to the state tournaments,
in mid-August. Johnson and the emony, a reception will be held:
j"I biidegroom will be the principal speaker on neighboring count ies. Such terested persons are invi ted provided they are members of
E. 9th Place. SR
Nina Mae White of elect is the son of Mr. and
the occasion. Afternoon worship growth has prompted expansion -and urged to attend this very the NJCAA.
: Nina's Place, 1708.NE 8tn Ave.,I Mrs. Melvin Murray, of Hart- at 3 p.m. Deacon Taylor of of the curriculum and the important VOTER REGISTRATION PERSONALS Henry Minniefield, Sr uncleof
J fined ford, Conn. GRAND UNION MEETINGThe Mrs. Dorothy Minnieti e 1 d
Dorathea Block-
t was $200;
Mt. Carmel Baptist Church of f staff. More than DRIVE MEETING. A.L.
Rev. and Mrs. L.A. Tillman
I, 'f ington, 668 NE 16th Ter., $150, Rev. W. S. White. pastor of State Uniform Company 610 have Jackson and Miss Carrie Min
I Gainesville, will also be the completed two Daniels, reporter.
.t and Fellowship Meeting will be held years. left recently for Detroit, Mich., niefield died.
E. Middleton Greater Bethel
A.M.E. Church of
operator study. Of this number
principal speaker on the occas some
to combine business and
of Friday at 8 p.m. at the Temple plea- The Lewis Funeral Home of
Gene's Western -Style will perfonn the ceremony ion. Deacon Ben Brown of St. have enrolled in more than 30 for
sure two weeks. Miss Willa
Barbeque, 1008 NW 5th Ave. at Tampa.For JUNIOR COLLEGE Winter Haven will announce fu-
,1 The nuptial music will be Luke Baptist Church, Paradise senior institutions throughoul {
t further information D. Foxworth reporter. neral later.
; $100. All pleaded not guilty or I provided by J. C. Rawls. Soloist call will take the offering. Baptist the country for added training ST. PETERSBURGFlorida'sNegro arrangements --
1 1 1J 1t FR. 6-9679, Charlie Ross state
no contest. will be James junior colleges that
Hayes. Training Union at 5 p.m.; in various fields. Others have ..
In another case involving the Mrs. Barbara Johnson, director; Mrs. P. L: Scott, r e- and evening worship at 7:30 taken advantage of the terminal belong to the National Junior -
J purchase of intoxicants, a 19- of Dania, will be matron of porter. College Athletic Associa t ion
\ I p.m. The sermon will be preached programs and are working Hurry down to .
..I year-old University of Florida honor. She is sister-in law of by the Pastor, Rev. A as pre-school instructors, secretaries (NJCAA) are expected to be-
student was fined $25 for the bride-to-be. CHOIR REHEARSAL gin competing in closed tournaments
pur clerks and
Odom; Mrs. M. L. Bryant, re receptionists. -
,: e chasing 12 bottles of beer froma The bridesmaids will be: Miss There will be a district choir porter. on the state, regional,j
1 drive-in food store by using Carolyn Franklin, Miss Vivian rehearsal for the Mt. Siani i and national levels soon.

falsified driver's license and Jones, Miss Brenda Rivers, Mrs. Baptist Association on Mondayat OFF TO COLLEGE A significant accomplishmentwas The all-Negro Florida Junior Sale
the evaluation and full ac College Athletic Association will
r 8 p.m. at the Friendship Bap Junice C. Harrell, son cf Mrs. i
tist Church.All Lucile Harrell of Gainesville, creditation by the State Department meet in Ocala on Sept. 25 to
members are asked to be of Education. The College consider this and other matters I!
left recently for Lane College,. Cups and saucers 89c
IT'S "BODY BEAUTIFUL" MONTHAT present. Rev. D. E. White, pas at Jackson, Tenn., where he is I
tor; Mrs. J. M. Sturkes, presi: a student this fall. II I Madras

dent; Mrs. P. L. Scott, report bedspreads .. $5.50

GENERAL INFORMATIONGibbs Wooden bowls and trays . from 59e

UNION TO PRESENT Junior College is one
e&44r PROGRAMThe of the fastest growing two-year I Fine table lamps . . from $10

f 1 Friendly Choirs Union i institutions in Florida's highereducational Foam or innerspring bed . $79 set
,will present its program at the system. It is the .

FOUNDATION DEPT. Mt. Olive Methodist Church at largest among the state's predominantly FREE Large framed mirrors . $15 to $25
Evinston, Sunday at 3 p. m. Negro junior colleges -

Where the fashion minded mold their figures Rev. E. J. Williams, jsstor; and ranks among the Walnut dresser or chest . . .. $75
; by qualified art teacher with MEd in
Deacon Alex Johnson, president seven largest of Florida's 30 1
with the help of our trained corsetieres .
; Mrs. Willie B. Hall r e- junior colleges. art education and a TOUR OF THE Uni- Bargains throughout our shop
porter. Because of quality instruc-

tion, credits earned at Gibbs versity City Bank in connection with Open 9 to 5:30
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. Junior College are transferableto

Pleasant Methodist-Choir Florida colleges and univer a new advertising series.

No. 1, will have its rehearsal sities, and to many out-of-state Qaddum 12te'Lio'LsQjoun.g

today, Church School 9:30a. : colleges and universities. Contact Marcia Riley, 372-8441,
ItS maniC! m.; morning worship, 11 The institution is a member Family and Wati'di Jtloa.t\n.
a.m.; and evening worship, 7 of the American Association of Gainesville Sun. <
X p.m. Rev. W. M. Fet guson, pas Junior Colleges, the National ? 0 AVENUE AT 1ST STREET, N.W.
Commission on Accred i t i ng,
tor.Mt.. Carmel Baptist There and is an associate member of --- -

Lovable sUms YOU will be Teachers.". Meeting today the Florida Association of Col-
7:30 p.m.; and both Choirs leges and Universities. It is ap-
Nos. 1 and 2 will have their rehearse proved by the State as a Teach. JLOW
tomorrow, .8 p.m. Rev. er Training Institute and as an COMItLTE 1 "fog

T. A. Wright, pastor; Mr Es institute for in-serfice training; d FOR
without ther W. Hamm, reporter.Mt. is approved by the Veterans Administration PRICE
i Moriah Baptist Choir ; is recognized officially
No. 2 will have its rehearsal to in the ,Directory of In- OOMS

day, 8 p.m. Rev. L. A. Tillman, stitutions of Higher Education
k published by the United States
pastor. ESTABLISHED 1904
: Greater Ft. Clark Baptist Government; and is also a p- yy \P \ 1 Bcdcocfcb

bulky panels Sunday School, 10 a.m.; aft proved by the U. S. Department '
ernoon services, 3 p.m. There of Health, Education, and Wel 1t- V I "HONEYMOON" GROUP I 11
will be no morning worship because fare for participation in the National 3 COMPLETE- ROOMS I C t yI r ur s "

'' of the funeral at St. Jos Defense Student Loa

AIrYI Igli t French Leaves" has eph Church at Archer, Sundayat Program.The .

leaf'! I 11 a. m. All choir members College is supported by I
hidden control in lovely '
every are asked to be in the choirstand the State of Florida and by

at 11 am. rtev. W. A. Pinellas County. Students from
Miles, pastor; Mrs. Mayola) Manatee, Sarasota, Hills-
Chatman, reporter. borough, Polk and many other
II Hopewell Baptist Sunday Florida Counties attend Gibbs

t!. School, 10 a.m. Rev. W. J. Ta y. Junior College. The enrollment
? 31t1r lor, pastor; Mrs. Agnes Gordon also includes students from

reporter. more than a dozen other states 4 : ,, '
I and Africa. I .... a !'
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4.U will meet in an Executive Ses-j Jin[ 1957 approved Gibbs Junior

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Paid For Speeches- ? '1 I After-Sch&ol Program Starts Oct.- 5 P nThe i

Q Krm flark,Eton said the House had the "sole lower court to set a new trial t >

authority" to try its memberson for Johnson under conflict of in- y. Lt Gainesville recreation school board and individual
RICHMOND Va.-A Federal .County Littlewood Sidney Lanier and Also A. Q. Jones Duval Wil r 'J
such terest statutes.
a charge. department will open its after-: schools. Stephen Foster 3:30 to 5:30: pjn. Hams and the Community Cen
Appeals court ruled today that a' The decision came as the The former congressman's school playground program for Hours'and locations are: J. J. Monday through Friday and 9 ter, all 4 to 6 p.m. weekdays I
member of .Congress may not,court vacated the conviction conviction under the conflict of this fall on Oct. 5. :Finley; Kirby Smith Metcalfe, a.)>i. to noon Saturday. and 9 a.m. to noon Saturday. '. {II
be tried in ,federal courts on against former Rep. Thomas F. interest law the court said relied Ray Massey director said ... "
charges of accepting money to'Johnson of Maryland who was I too heavily on a speech he that applications now are-being
make a speech on the. floor of convicted in District Court last made on the house floor In July taken to hire men and womenas II I GULISTAN CARPET OF : 1
the House of Representatives.The October of fraud and conspiracy 1960. playground leaders and as- !
United States Court of against the U. S. In that speech Johnson de- sistants. Interested persons --= tiI I Ix
Appeals for the Fourth Circuit The appeals court directed the.fended Maryland's independent 1xE should apply at the recreation II ...
-- '!savings and loan associations office he said. I };
against an attack.in the Wash- Adult directors will supervise
ington Star. play for children after school d
and Saturdays he said. I
FLORIDA Swimming Poolby partment Soon after of the Justice speech contendedin the De- a I Activities will include badminton football I II \I'!
I basketball tetherball I q
its prosecuting arguments, --"
volleyball and low organized -
Rivers Construction Co. Johnson began receiving cam GOINProf. games for younger children. <

I paign contributions from two' School playgrounds are being !.
A QUALITY POOL Backed by a savings and loan officials, J. Goin used for the program with Cooperation I "
I Kenneth Edlin and William L.
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I Robinson. Moth were convicted f
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EACH POOL YOU GET I! German Talks Dr. Coleman Coin University! ; ..-., ..'". ......
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Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner (e) New York Times sciences, is the new presi- UNITED NATIONS N. Y. -i SPOTS AND SPILLS .." .
Leaf Net BERLIN-East Germany yes- dent elect of the American Society The United States and Britain I WIPE OFF EASILY I .
terday rejected a West German of Ichthyologists and Her- yesterday offered to contribute
proposal to extend the sched-petologists.Dr. $3 million toward the cost of

RIVERS. CONSTRUCTION CO. uled pass agreement for West. Goin will take over the Keeping the United Nations I !IRTDOESNTsnCXTO
Berliners to visit relatives in Force in Cyprdus for an additional BREAKTHROUGH
1909 EAST 5th STREET the East to include Christmas post in 1965 and will step up the three months after !
DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA, 1965, thus causing a critic a 1 presidency in 1966. He has also 26. Sept. a (
622.7048 FLA. deadlock in the East-W s t served as vice-president and I . .:
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contributions or from the I 1n :
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pers on amphibian reptiles and security council approval of the
lirJCLE iTAlipER BAXTER! DID x SEE EXCUSE ME,MOM.: written with his wife Olive the extension.The i
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Thursday, September 17, 1964 Gainesville. .Sun 7
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>Fairytale Wedding// Is/ Tomorrow In. Greece I Calendar Of Events ,I FRIDAY Coggins Center;,,8:30 18 September: Malore p.m., Dr.Gardens.18 Wilma

,TODAY, September 17 nae, 8 p.m., Mrs. Guy Ful-- United Church Wo'' men,
Gainesville Bridge Club, ton, 2734 SW'4th, Place. Morning Group, 10 -a.?-m.,
N rUt U nrk OJimra tatives from more than 60 coup'. ':f the guests included the dent of Cyprus, also will attend,, Hesse and Count Michael Ber-- 7:30 pjn., Holiday' Ino. Gainesville- New comers\ Evening Group, 7:30 .p. m.,

'By GLORIA EMERSON tries The will attend. wed former King Humbert of Italy, King Frederik IX and Queen nadotte. University City Bridge Club, Benefit Bridge, 7:30 p. 'm., Holy Trinity Episcopal. -
newly couple the Former King Simon of Bulgaria -' Ingrid of Denmark and their The Queen Mother Freder-, 7:30: p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW Recreation Center church.
ATHENS will receive salute of
Greece a 101 '
At 8 I Gainesville Bridge Club, 9am.
guns and all bells in the King Baudoin and Queen two daughter, Princess Mar- ika, will be the sponsor -the 15th Terrace. Girl Scout Prairie Neigh- .
... a.m. Friday, this ancient, sunbaked heir the Greek's call Koumfearos borhood meeting, 10 a. m. Holdiay Inn.
city's churches will ring. Fabiola of Belgium, Queen garethe, to throne, it Engineering Dames, 8 pjn.,
city will raise its voicein Juliana and Prince Bernhard of and Princess Bencdikte, will for the couple during the University Women's C 1 u b- Girl Scout House- 810 N W SATURDAY, September 19

a 21-gun salute to announce They will drive through Ath- the Netherlands, King Hussein watch Anne-Marie, the babyof ceremony. It is customary house, Old Newberry Road. Eighth Street. American Associatioi o f
the wedding day of 24 ens in a royal carriage to greet the family, become the for a woman as well as a University of Florida Law Woodmen of the W o rId. University Women, Member-
year-oldi and Princess Muna Al Husainof Camp Five, 7:30 I.O.O.F. Coffee 10 Until
p.m. ship a.m.
of Greece
Queen in one ofEurope's man to perform this role.
the thousands line Dames, 8 Law chool
King Constantine of the Hellenes expected to p.m., '
t the streets and then at Jordan, Prince Philip, Dukeof most impressive Room 121.University. Hall, noon, UF Faculty Club, Old
] who ascended to the i the appear Edinburgh, Princess Marinaa weddings. Sidney Lanier: PTA; 8 p.m., Newberry Road.Reception .
throne after his father's deathon .lunch.royal palace for a wedding cousin of the late King Paul, She has presented the next of Florida Business School cafetorium.. honoring Bishop

March 24 and 18-year-old tier son, Prince 'Michael of queen of the Hellenes with a Administration Dames, 8 Lake Forest PTA, Covered James W. Henley and Mrs.,
Anne-Marie the This weeks citizens o: Ath- Kent and her daughter, Prin- When Queen Ingrid was tiara, necklace and earrings of p.m. University Woo in en's. Dish Supper, 6:30: pan., school Henley of Lakeland, 8 to 9:30p.
Danish prin- ens saw all their city as one cess Alexandria, with her husband -speaking to a friend in Copen rubies set in diamonds that Club, West Newberry Road. cafeteria. m., Wesley Foundation -
.. cess who belongs to Europe's long glorious red carpet rolled hagen, before the Royal Fam- ,
the honorable Angus Ogil-- were among her own favorite University of Florida Jour- : House Staff Wives Club of Lounge, University Meth-
oldest monarchy., out to welcome the royal 1 vy. ily's departure for Athens, last jewels. nalism and Communications the J. Hillis Miller Health dist Church.
guests who arrive daily. week she remarked humorously
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They will be wed by 84 year- Dames, 7:45: pjn., Mrs. Robert
Others has
One of the hotels The King included: Earl Mount- : Princess Anne-Marie
'old Archbishop C h rysostomos, George did actually spread batten, Prince Richard of Glou- "Now wear all your dia also received from the king the Glafcke, 1514 NW 14th
Primate or Greece, in a cere- a red carpet on the sidewalk cester, Don Juan, the Count of monds. Everyone else will. family jewels worn by the Street.
mony to be attended by more out front. Barcelona and the Countess, But even more impressive queens of Greece. Among them University of Florida Educa-
than 1,200 guests, including I The doorman 0 f the hotel their son Juan Carlos, Princeof than the jewels will be the par- are the famous emerald, partof tion Dames, 8 p.m., Dean and
eight reigning monarchs, three next door, the Grand Bretagne, the Asturias and his wife ticipants in the wedding. the Romanof treasure, which Mrs. ,Melvin Baker, 1220 NW
i former kings, two queen moth- I Princess_ Sophita of the H e 1- The bridesmaids are Bri came to the royal family, 18th Avenue
ers, more than 50 princes and explained to a tourist: acT hey lenes St. c "
King Bhumipol and Prin- tain's Princess Anne, Sweden's through Queen Olga. I St. Joan's Circle of Patrick's -
have all the there
princesses and members ofEurope's kings no cess Sirkit of Thailand Church Mrs.
King 8 p.m.,
Princess Christina, Prince
I tourists, We The of the
just kings. have
most ancient and Gustav VI Adolf of Sweden, Irene of Greece, sister of the present dynasty I Wesley Lambert, 3423 N.W.
the and the house of Greece- founded
once princes princesseshere. royal -
powerful families. Olav
King of Norway, Baron
." King; Princess Margaiel of in 1863 by King George, Senior Girl Scout Meeting,
Heads of state and represen I Some of the most illustrious Nicholas Silfverthiold and his Rumania, daughter of former who was Prince William of .8 p.m. Girl Scout House. 810
wife Princess Desiree of Swe- King Michael, and Princess Denmark when chosen for the NW Eighth ,Street.

den, Prince Johann George of Tatina Radziwell, whose mother throne goes back to Ki n g UF Engineering Dames, 8p.m.

EDMUND DWYER his Hohenzollernsigmaringen wife and Princess Eugenie of Greecewas Christian of Denmark in 1448. ., University W o m en's
Princess Brigitta of
a cousin of the King
Sweden, Grand Duke and Duch- Club Bill Richardson, guest
Electrologist Paul. The descendant include 18

UNWANTED ess of Mecklenburg, Prince The young men who will alternately -Kings of Denmark four Kingsof speaker. 4.99 4.89
Rainier Agriculture Dames, 8 p.m.,
s and Princess Grace of
Monaco Prince hold two palms over Sweden, seven Emperors Dan McCarty Hall, Confer-
IIIIIlmJ Russia, two kings of Norway, a
of the during
I Princess Gina of Lich- the heads couple ence Room, Second Rccm.
h the will be Prince Consort of Kaiser Wilhelm II, a
... .._. tenstein and Queen Mother I ceremony Girl Scout Prairie Neighborhood -
;' ** Charles of, Wales, Printc Mathew -. Consort of Paul II, King of Ru-
t, ; Medically Appror-J Method Princess Helen of Greece, sister -' of Greece, Prince Harald of, mania," and a Consort of Ed- Meeting 10 a. m., '
of the late King Paul and Girl Scout House, 810 NW Designedfor
by Appointment Only Norway, Prince Carl Gustavof I ward VII, King of Britain. The
Please Call FR 2-8039 former wife of Carol Second, also 8th Street. "*
has given
Sweden, Prince Alexander of reigning dynasty
107 West
I University Avenue former King of Rumania feet
Yugoslavia, Prince Igolf of six kings to Greece. Delta Delta Delta Alum- growing d ,

I Archbishop Makarios_ Presi- .Denmark, Prince Charles of <

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D,0'ME J 60655 NO-5HE AYE


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DEAR ABBY: I pulled out of the parking lot behind a supermarket It could be applied to borrowers ,who never pay back. And AH HGOT &n/7:.
too quickly, and I almost ran over a man who wives who get a little too cozy with other womens husban* A I AC/fOO.'.' j.s STAY ,1 MY MAN
was walking toward his car with a large sack of groceries.He could be _taught a lesson by this retaliation trick. I have used a VO'TOLEMETOAM'RAN TURNED OUT THEREUNTIL I ARRIVE." RABBIT. USBIN
dropped the sack and a carton of eggs went ker-plunk! this principal with great success for years and have sufferedno Answer ; i=o' TO BETH r ,
I said, "Oh, I'm so sorry I hope your wife doesn't break loss of friends. 7HDOORTOFREEDOM DOOR TOTH'DOLUJKE
your neck." He smiled and said, "No harm done, Madame, ELIZABET z a c .
( and besides, I have no wife." DEAR ELIZABETH: Your "eye-for-an-eye and tooth-for-a.

I don't know why, but I quickly replied, "That's a coincidence .tooth" system would work very well until you ran out ol

I have,no husband." (I am a widow.) Then he grinned eyes and teeth. I prefer the "check-turning" technique, only
broadly, revealing the most beautiful even white teeth I've after the forthright "come-right-out-and-tell-them" method

ever seen, and he tipped his hat. Abby, please don't think has failed. .
I'm crazy, but I haven't been able to get that man's face *
and his voice out of my mind. I would like to see him again. DEAR ABBY: About a year ago I noticed a wall betweenme
,But how? and my husband that I could not penetrate. I don't know' -W
LADY IN THE.BLUE SEDAN when it started, or why, but I could not reach him, so I
DEAR LADY: Go back to that supermarket at approximately turned to a single man to talk my problems over with. It end

the same time you met him there. If he has any interestin ed up with this man begging me to divorce my husband and SAKES ALIVE!! I CLEARED OFF ] YORETH'

seeing you again, I'll bet you see him. marry him. I didn't intend for it to happen this way, Abby, PARSON AN'I LEFT MY TH'TABLE PER / GOODER'N _o ;l
because I think still love my husband. ,The single man is CRAPPED BY SUPPER DISHES YE MAW > ARY ANGEL.
{ DEAR ABBY: It is appalling how few people know the art very persistent. I made my mistake when I told him I loved WHILE VEWUZ ON 7H'TABLE u d HQN&POT 3
of getting along with one's neighbors. ,Years ago I found a him, but I only did it because I was emotionally upset about Ly GONE OFF 3
I method that could be used in a variety of situations.A my husband. How do I get out of this mess? MAW
dentist lived next door to us. We each had large, well- IN AMES:
cared for yards. On week-ends he would rake all his trashin DEAR IN: Tell the single man that you still love your a

a pile and push it alongside our bordering shrubs. I retal- husband and you regret ever becoming involved with another
iated by adding to the pile as much as I could scrape from man. And if the "wall" between you and your husband is still ', C 1
under my own shrubs, and pushing it directly onto his lawn.It there, read the handwriting on it,and consult your clergymanor
took only two'offenses on my part to cure him. a marriage counsellor for some objective and professional

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WASHINGTONEvery year 'Let's go down to the floor now i "Bert, I've been talking to Minnesota." 911
we vow never to watch th e I where I see Sandy Vanocur Miss New York and she saysif "Miss Minnesota, Miss Arizona 2+
"Miss America" show on television talking to Miss Alaska." Miss Arizona supports a biki- has cited certain statistics

again, and every year we "Miss Alaska, there's a rumor ni bathing suit she's going to about your back that have put
seem to get sucked in. Last that a deal has been made walk out." you in a bad light What have

Saturday evening we tried to between you and Miss Texas, "What does Miss Arizona haveto you got to say about this?"

keep the vow, but as 10 o'clock and you're going to throw your say about this?" "I was hoping the backlash Issue G a
rolled around we said to our votes to her in exchange for being "She says she was misquotedby
would be kept out of this
wife, "I'll just watch it for a made Miss Rheingold of the press and she's going to campaign. I'm willing to standon
few moments, and then we'll 1965." write a book to straighten the
turn it off. "I haven't made any deals record. front" z THIS NEW WONT RY BWUVDP I ,:OE THE .V A RENEWAU JOB ON THE USUAL TWICE- \ PROBABLY HAVE
Two hours later we were still with Miss Texas or anyone else. "What's happening on the 9 CANbNHAVE; INTHE HOT BELT? TRIBUTAey DIVERS ON THE MAHNAV A-DAY TRAFFIC BULGE, \ STARTED WORLD
"Thank you. Now back to Bert C ,1 YOU AMP AIR.BSD- 15 THE WAY IT BUSINESS SECnotitSED As-IN ALUTHE PROS- k-, WAR THREE
staring at the set, watching I'm in this to the bitter end. floor now? I.- WINS FlOWN PATTERNS /
one of the dullest shows put on I'm Alaska's favorite daughterand "There's a spontaneous dem- OVER THE COME PACK TO y .1.
the air this year. Since it we're holding fast." onstration against Miss Califor- "Thank you, Roger I think z PITT5BURGH AREA... LIFE! II r ..

came from Atlantic City, the "Thank you. Now back to Bert 'nia because she lives in Vir- Miss Texas is being interviewed .I J Y .
thought occurred to us that you Parks in the booth." ginia and works in Washing- now.

could probably make the "Miss "We've just had a bulletin I ton." "Ah think we should have a 111 w'',) 4

America" show much more in- that Miss New York has accus- ; "What's happening over therein strong Miss America, a 'Miss 'i S / S/ /"
teresting if you could cover it ed Miss Arizona of seeking support Massachusetts?" America of,all the people, rich '5- _
like a political convention. of the extremist groups "Miss Massachusetts has decided and poor, a Miss''America who

( "Good evening, ladies and here at the convention, who advocate to run as Miss New York wields her power with moder- r, r ,
gentlemen. This is Bert Parks the use of bikinis against and the New York delegatesare ation and understanding, a Miss cit"
speaking to you from the an- Miss Russia in the Miss Uni up in arms." America who will not use the
I chor booth here in Atlantic verse contest. Let's see if Frank "Stay with her, Frank. Now awesome weapons at her disposal r

City where in a few hours McGee has some more infor- let's go over to the Minnesota for anything but peace. Let
Miss America will be 'elected. mation on this." j delegation and hear from Miss us begin." AN OPSHLSTTEK- 'W'hat's'going on. Please check your I don wa.nt.to fietprfrier

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on a fresh piece of DIDIJ f PO ANYTHING
pa- the scarf in a terry cloth towel Makes it NAP1NQ CHAFE?;PALAYER AND JOKESTER FOR
\ a list of the contents of the and attach it to the door sorto rainproof, too. MORE FOOLISH! THE ..1Ctl17 6EF'IIClNG A
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pointing up the need for physi- Fe menu President Johnson was to
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HOSPITAL I POLICE, FIRE REPORT year, Postmaster General JohnA. with Gov. Edmund G. Brown at
Sept. 16, 1964 Part five of this interesting
: Involved 'in accidents reported Gronouski announced today. I capitol:
BIRTHS: by the Gainesville Police Department and informative series will I California fresh fruit supreme
:Mr.. and Mrs. Jesse Armstrong and the Alachua County Others will commemorate the ; roast tenderloin of beef i
I ,.511 NW 8th St., a boy; Sheriff's Office during the 150th anniversary of the battleof appear in tomorrow's Gaines- au jus; sauteed mushrooms;
Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Mer- past 24 hours were: New Orleans and honor parisienne potatoes; green
i geE, 316 B Flavet I, a girl; Mr.I .David Steinfield, Simpson Robert Fulton, the early American ville Sun I beans amadine; fresh rolls;
alt4 .Izzydor'Shever' 283-10, Hall, at 10:52 p.m. Wednesdayat inventor, on the 200th anniv- boysenberry cobbler' la mode;
Cqrry Village a boy Mr. and' NW 22nd St. and 3rd Place. ersary of his birth. I coffee. I
Mrs. :Jesse Crews, .Rt. 3 BoxISSalM
T. Pinner, 2034 NW 34th
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=- 'ADMITTED NW 2nd St., at 5:19 p.m. Wed i
Maggie Williams, Barbara S. nesday at W., University Ave.:
Merget,"Mattie; T. Lawson, EvaJ and Newberry Blvd. i
; Crews, Robert Beville, Joe, Elax J. Brown, Archer and I Check thesemoreforthemoney
T,, pavis, Sandra K. Shever, parked car, at 4:32 p.m. Wednesday -
Mrs! Betty D.. Bloodsworth; Theoraise -' in the 1700 block of NW I'
L. Daniels, Jessie S. Ban- 2nd Ave. i I Put
dy, Robert S. Wilkerson, Am- Eleanor C. Smith, 725 NE 2nd;' Steady Savings 4 extras in smartest
burs Welch, Curtis Haney, Baby St. and James Wilson, 810 SE, newest
} Earl Hopkins, all of Gainesville 7th Ave., at 4:05: p.m. Wednes-: OnYourTeam. '
Alexander at N. Main St. and 8th1 I wash
: G. Clary, Mor- day i n wearBLOUSES
riston, Fla.; Annie M. King, Ave. 'I
Cross City; Myrtle G. Hardee, Nadeane R. Tuttle, 1248 NW'i I and win
Bronson; Robert R. Rei tlet- llth Ave. and Marvn: W. Loon-: 'Z%
er, Orlando; Lula Jones, Old I ey Jr., 215 NE 44th St., at 10:25: i 41l" cash
Town, Fla; Pauline Stone, Ar- a. m. Wednesday at NW 13th I' 0 !
cher, Fla. St. and 16th Ave. rewards .
DISCHARGED: Robert S. Wilkerson, 3C21 NW r
William Whitehead, Cynthia 34th Place, at 4 p.m. Wednesday -i DIVIDEND .
G, Mallard and Deborah Mal on S-232A two miles west In Cash with
lard, Jewell Mooney, Jonina of SR 25.Aged. or Compounded
Marie Weeks and' baby boy, Semi-Annually liberal I 17
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Carroll Kinard, Inez Williams, : interest! y
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Dr. Thomas Snow, Mrs. Carl Smith walked into the .,.. "COTTON OXFORD .
Helen Thurston, Mattie Gail Ma- precinct station and signed his r CLOTHS, UCI(HANI;100m
this, Mrs. Glenda Andrews and name with a firm hand, cast his i tJIImt' Gainesville Mutual :;.. COMBED COTTONS GINGHAMS! ."BHf SHIRT IACK fAit'lum
baby boy; Laura M. Gayoso ballot and walked out with a STRI'n PRINT "D lonOMSI!
and baby boy Betty Brunson, spry step. :f.f t '"' .;JOUDSGAlOHl'l. IIHISHfS
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-. .ing age, than the '65 Ramblers. We put new brawn and heft into these Ramblers, Thus, they named themselves. They are The i i Electric Blanket /1

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10 Gainesville Sun Thursday September 17. 1964

; Sales Georgia( Paper For GoldwaterCOLUMBUS I

r' County Property 1 DRUGSTORES
Ga. APThe) dential race.' One stands .there

Columbus Enquirer endorsedSen. nowBarry Goldwater. And
r V Aut. 1.29 and wife,' 404 SE 14th Street. Lot one Wofford T. Caldwell and wife to James
Lincoln Estates Inc. to Roy lee Al- Paradise Plat. $8,480. 0. Kimler and wife, IMS NE 7n Street Barry Goldwater presi- the Enquirer stands with
Lot 25 of ,
ford and wife 1100 SE 19th Ter.. Lot Clarence'Burgman to Beatrke McMil Hampton Heights $14,500.
20. Lincoln Estates Subdivision, SUM. lan, Miami Lot M Smiths Acdition. to Lester C. Hodge and wife to Edward dent today. him." CENTER
Jerolden Blackman as guardian for Sue Micanopy. $100. wife Xuntsvllte Ala. NW -
Blackman to Jack Campbell May, North Oak Shades Inc. to Bill R. Home quarter of NE quarter of the NW quarter The Enquirer has supportedthe
half of lot t, block 4, range X ,875- and wife 1328 NE 3Jst Avenue. Lot 89 000.of Section 31 Township. 9 south, tar The paper said. in an editorial McCOLLUM 1124 W. UNIVERSITY & 1324 E. UNIVERSITY
Highland Court Manor 15100. Republican nominee in the ,
First Christian Church to Gwen R. Kitgore waited
J. H. : "We have patiently
Fir Shades Inato Willie Trammel Graham and wife to Thomas
723 NE 8th Avenue Lot 2 Pine races
Jones Jr. and wife 2923 NE 14th Drive Oil Company last three presidential
Terrace Subdivision$11400. 1310 S. Main Street 2 GRESHAM 12 W. UNIVERSITY13TH
Lot Court Manor 13700. and often despairingly for I ,
Highland parcels of land $37400. I after a long record of endorsements -
r W. N. Inc, to Quality Builcfrs' Inc.lot I Mary A. Marshall to Johnie Ems and Lillie Mitchem and Jessie M. Battles'
8 of Renewood Unit,$100. wife. Lot 3 of block One in town of and 'husband and Vanissa Sctuggs to an outspoken conservative to of Democratic candi PHARMACY 1522 N. W. 13TH ST.
+ Ralph A. Scrafford end wife to C. & Campville Fla., $700. 'Carrie Parker 1415 SE 4th Street lot ,
i P. Realty and Development C,., Lot 1. I W. Joseph Willingham to Amos T. 4 Norwood Heights $3,000. mount the rostrum in a presi- dates.
2. 3. 4, 5. of Scrafford plat No. 2. lJy Douglas and wife 1304 NE 6t;* Street. Thomas Powell and wife to Thomas Oil
Lots f and I of Pine Estates, $2,100.W. Company. 1310 .S. Main Street, Lot 3.
000.May Phtfer McKenzie Helen Phifer Joseph Willingham to Ceci' Law 4,5 of Sparkman Heights, $9,000.
Glass Asenath Phifer Hall ant husbandto rence Ennis and wife 2110 NW 55th John C. McCollum and wife to Virgil L WHYPAY MORE REG. 69c
Georgia E. Watson, South 33 ft. of Street Lot 12 of West Park addition. R. Settle l and wife 2510 NE 1C1H Ter..
J the East 32.1 ft. of lot 20 r-lghland! $2,000. Lot 57 of Highland Court Manor._ _til400. 100
Terrace Subdivision $200. A. W. Fletcher and wife Id Fletcher mg.
HIbcor Inc.* to William Eugene Boun Homes. Inc. 3 parcels In Suburban Johnie M. Lee and wife to ?. F. Po- f O RTHE
and wife. Newberry south half of LotS Heights $37,744. teet and -wife and Jimmy R. Cleve- i VITAMINTABLETS
Block 60 $300. Fletcher Homes. Inc., to Stanley E. land, Lot 2 Roper's addition to. City of GET 2 I
James L. Mason and wife to Mattte Leland Jr. and wife lot 19, Suburban Gainesville $1 ,oo. I
9 May Beasley. Lot 7 and west 28 ft. Heights 27300. J. D. Hembree and wife to Capitol MONEY(2nd "C"
of lot I of block one range one, Young America Mortgage Corp. to Builders Inc., Tallahassee toih 160 tt
James L. Mason and wife to $1,000.1' Paul Frederick Pancoast and wife 3941 of South 193 Ft of East 563 Ft, of the Gal. FREE OF,EXTRA COST) lIr s
Beasley Larche, Lot 7 and west 28 ft. SW 5th Place. Lot 39 Fletcher Heights West to of section 34. 15000.
of Lot 8,$17,800. $17.500. Charles L. Finzel and wife to Ray \
Oscar B. Beasley and wit, Mattie Richard E. Cox and wife anj RobertR. mond F. Achey and wife 2711 E. 10th Use Your Central Charge '
May Beasley Clarence W. Beas>y. Dora Oakley and wife to Florence G. Cox Terr., Lot 10 Highland Court 1010.
Manning Beasley and wife. The'ma Beas- SE corner of the NE quarter of Sec. Tommy A. Bass and wife 10 W. F.
ley Larche to William Thomas Funeral tion 32 township 9 south 1000. Hitchcock and wife three acres of land Mary Carter Paint toreL50'
Home. west V* of lot X $17,800. Richard E. Cox and wife ane RobertR. lying north and west of the S.A L. Railroad ,
C. J. Scott to Rhoma Dale Scott Rt. Oakley and wife to Martin G. Oak $3,000.Charles N.W. 8th Av.. Gainesville Fl.. .FR 6-7583 100's'GATOR 49c1
/. Box 185, commence 1,449 ft. west ley 3011 N.W. 1st Avenue 5>E Corner G. Hill Jr. and wife to Donald -
of NE corner of section 27 $100. of NE quarter of Section 32 Township R. Law and wife 1312 NE 17th
Tommy Ridgell and wife to Fr+er Hall 9 south. 1 Avenue. Lot 20 Carol Estates $166. j

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ra I Florida's Gators wrap up major the UF on the basis of its bigger operator, John Cravens. He

)lrllE._ : work today for Saturday's' line. uses the sideswipe method for

IRON football opener with Southern Platoon Linebackers booting the ball. .
[! Methodist. And if Coach Ray Graves indicated yesterday Although SMU ,is a newcomer FridayBy

I Graves had his way, it would the Gators will platoon lineback. to Gator scheduling, an opening -

[ be Aug. 26, all over again.: ers this season. Florida plansto game crowd of 35,000 will

I "Were not ready," the UF use four, Jim Bernhardt Rog- be considered a good one. 'The

r head; coach said yesterday aft. er Pettee, Ron Pursell and Jack regional TV, appearance will JOE HALBERSTEIN and fullback Don Smith may be I and Tommy Andres to be heard

I er a short drill. Card. keep many UF fans at home, Sun Sports Editor the area's finestOn 1 from.

t t Graves said team morale is Card is the 167 pounder who especially those from South I Cross City, decimated by lackof

| not as good as he 'Would like it hits like a blacksmith. Pettee, Florida., The area high school football the Une'Up veteran personnel which

\ to be, mainly ,because the Ga- if he is completely well, will bid Southern Methodist is due to ." 'k _______ parade with gets six under way Friday front the Colts will go moved away during the sum-

J I tors still appear weary irom the to be the top linebacker in the arrive Friday in Ocala. The night games featuring with Ashley Wood and Sells Ed- mer, will count on good back

I: two rough practice sessions ear- Southeastern Conference. Bern- ,Mustangs will stay, at the Holiday Suwannee.Conference schools, wards, 'ends; Bobby. Gibson Randy Corbin against Green-

lier this week. hardt and Pursell both are accomplished Inn there. It is uncertain two more involving Riverland and Roger Wood, tackles; Took- ville. '
Florida goes into the regional at the post. if Coach Hayden Fry will hold JIM BERNHARDT Conference six man clubs. ie Pruitt and -Dale Stone, Trenton has standouts in Har-

TV game with the M'istangs Graves emphasized a ga in a workout at Florida Field. Tough Linebacker I Keystone Heights will be the guards; Jim Huff, center. old Lancaster and Jimmy

knowing SMU has worked ev- Wednesday that Florida will not last eleven to make its 1964 debut Other games Friday, nightwill Slaughter in the backfield while

\ ery day this fall in good weath- hesitate to take a five yard playing at St. Augustine St. find favored Lake Butler Danny Wilson and Ed Langfordare

i ler. Offensively, the S cut h-penalty under the current substitution -J Joseph's Saturday night. playing at Newberry, Willistonis line stars.'Villistion's .
IS' i west Conference club figures to rules to get in 11 players '
North Marion, Suwa n nee host to Branford, Cross City hopes for a come
t PURSELL be ahead of the Gators. Defen- during the game. TJie Gator champ last year and a heavy entertains Greenville and Tren-back rest with Bruce Mitchell,

Impressing sively, an edge likely will go to coach estimated three or favorite to" be top dog (or entertains Greenville, Chiefland quarterback; Bob Head and

four penalties a half would'be horse) in '64, has a tough one goes; to' Mayo and Trenton Bo. Griffith, backs; Danny Stevens -

: normal under certain situations. for an opener. Coach Stan treks to Crystal River to and Hallie Priest, linemen.

Sideswipe Kicker Toole's gang goes to Eau Gal. Riverland games will find de- Bronson has a stellar first
UF Grid SMU in addition to its speedy
lie, a Class A team expected to ending champion Bronson at club featuring the Moody broth-

multiple-offense attack, fine move into the AA ranks enrollment challenger Melrose and Taylor ers, Morris and Horace, Bill I

I passing quarterback and kicker '.- wise within a year or High of Pierson at Hawthorne.Jim Schossler; Johnny Griffin, all
Danny Thomas (44.3 average backs and Leslie Jordan and
Daniel new Lake ,Butler ;
last year to win the NCAA Thursday, September 17, 1964 two.The Colts are tough though. coach,:. has the Northern Di- Steve Bird, ends.

; Fans Are'Special9 can title)style, will kickoff have a and South field" Ameri-goal The backfield Bolinger of, half quarterbackTerry backs, Danny vision goin Suwannee this fashion.favorites readyto Jim Melrose Ford and can Troy counter McGuire.with

Sandlin and Robert StoneMORE Ends will be Rusty Williamsand i Hawthorne has good ones in

Larry Clyatt, Henry Whitehead Don Gilland, Andy Fultz and

and John Stevens >will Roger Glass.FSU .

;':= : Rain Forces be the tackles, Glenn Brannen

4 Mustangs In SMOKES and Danny Ken Bennett Williams, center., guards; and Ready

: The good Gator folks over Jacksonville and St. Augustine DALLAS (AP- Rain.forced. Star Quarterback

: way, hard hit by Hurricane Dora, not to mention flooded Live the Southern Mustangs Methodist into a coliseumfor University BUT ENJOYSBy IT LESSKansas Jimmy Thomas, highly re- Says Coach
Oak and other cities in the area, may be reeling from garded by the college scouts,
weather troubles but they're "rocking" with impatience forth workout Wednesday as they will open'at quarterback; Tom TALLAHASSEE (APCoach)
prepared for Florida at Gainesville
Florida football season to get started. MIKE RATHET haven't lost any' hair, City 10-1 and Cleveland my Thomas and Bob Lyons. Bill Peterson said the Florida
Fla., Saturday.The Associated Press Sports it is little whiter he doubleheader from State University Seminoles "are
t a swept a will be halfbacks and Marty
Take it from someone who has been subjected to the barrage Mustangs were confined Ii
At the rate Hank "I'm sleeping and eating Washington 3-1 and 32. Griner, fullback. ready to play a good footballgame"
i of queries, it is doubtful if ever there has been so to light offensive and defensive
smoking cigarettes, if the right, and I don't have ul The Twins beat the Orioles by Coach Archie Bankston will against Miami in the Or-
; much early-season interest in a Gator football team as 1964 drills with light body contact.
more Orioles don't win ." packing two of their three hits use Bo and Terrell Bass at ange Bowl Saturday night.
has produced.A Head Coach Hayden Fry
named seniors Bill Harlan and American League pennant, I he pointedly held up a off> 16-game Wally Bunker and ends, Franklin Smith and James The last workout before the

combination of the wonderful schedule, high hopes, and Danny Thomas and junior Jim might be able to get it for. cigarette and said: two successors for both their Truluck, tackles; Buddy Brux- game faced the squad today
desire to problems in time- on the back of the II is fourth in the fourth and the coach planned to drillit
; perhaps just a forget personal a Sitton tri-c apt a ins for the coupons my pack runs inning. ton and Wayne Tharp, guards;
honored worship of the Orange and Blue gridders add up to Bauer, who admittedly ." The first hit was Harmon Larry Bishop, center; James nearly two hours on timing.

interest. turned into a smokestack in I his fourth coupon, if he's Killebr w's 47th homer, the Harmon and Tommy Farns- Peterson still has been unableto

game.Lincoln tension-filled final days of the right brand. If not, second a double by winning worth, quarterback; Jerry choose between quarterbacksSteve
: I'm sure the members of the UF squad know it full well.
Gets pennant scramble, huffed switch. It's easier than pitcher Camilo Pascual that Holder and Larry Dalton, halfbacks Tensi and Ed Pritchettfor
But if don't there thousands thousands of
they are upon
puffed Wednesday night as followed walks to Don Mincherand ; and Harry Holder, full. a starter against the Hurri

Orioles blew sole has enough of a fight Jay Ward and gave the back. canes.

J Grid Season the American League lead hands with the White Sox, Twins a 2-1 lead. Chiefland will unveil new Other players in the offensive

losing to Minnesota 2-1. climbed into:a tie for first Pascual, bringing his recordto quarterback Dennis Zeleznik backfield will be Lee Narra-

It was Baltimore's 14th him."I defeating Detroit 4-1, and the 14-11, gave up a run in the and'fine back Ted Key with line- more at fullback, Phil Spoonerat

On the Move the last 25 games and 9-4 winners over the!. second inning on Boog Powell's men James Asbell, Sam Swilley, left halfback and Fred Bilet-

the Orioles into a 1 Angeles Angels. double! and a single by Brooks Westly Peake, Tommy Durrance nikoff at right halfback.
for first place with the Orioles' and White Sox
JACKSONVILLE Linc o 1 n Robinson but was tough in the

, I High School's Fighting Terriers White Sox while the : have 13 games remaining clutch the rest of the way,

I of Gainesville will open their New York Yankees for the Yankees, who have bringing his record to 14-11 witha

football season at 8 o'clock to- within one percentage less losses than the leaders. seven-hitter. 'Brown Carried'Says

night against Jacksonv 11 e the top. Yankees could' take over
1-0 Lead
Northwestern. And Bauer has been top spot today by beating

folks who are going to live and die a thousand deaths for 11 Coach Jesse Heard will ,start so many cigarettes during Angels in the only AL I The Tigers took a 1-0() lead in

weeks, starting at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, on virtually. every playof a veteran club, anchored by I slump, he could make a scheduled. the first inning against Gary AnnouncerNEW

10 football games. quarterback Norman Andersonand milllook'like it's on strike. Other Games Peters on singles by Jerry

9.6 sprinter Ralph Brock- Admitted It Lumpe and Don Demeter
It's doubtful if a true Gator fan even relaxes the week ington in the'backfield.Up .. Bauer admitted it in the AL Wednes around a wild pitch and held the YORK (AP) ,- Off th- behind Minnesota's Tommy i

: Coach ,Ray ,Graves and his gridders don't play. They're thatx front the- Terriers. 7-1-2 when >he was asked how rookie Tony Conigliaro hit edge behind Mickey Lolich's I first returns, it appears that any,Mason. Those two Browns and

keyed up. a year ago and undefeated in tight struggle has affected homers as Boston crushed, two-hit pitching until the White time a player 11ns" With the ballPhaddlPhia's Tim: Brownin t

1962, will have seasoned players Sox struck in the seventh. the National Football League scored two touchdowns apiece,

The Effort Counts Most at every post but one. Bill Skowron's single, a dou- this season, the announcer will trailing Detroit kicker Wayne

Clarence Mills, 190; and Clay- American League Boxes ble by Pete Ward and a wild automatically call "Brown Walker, who made 14 points

If it is any comfort at this stage, 48 hours away from that ton Toombs will be the ends. pitch brought in a run before carried. with four field goals and two
4 first kickoff, most UF fans don't expect the Gators to windup Toombs, 200-pound sophomore, Jim___ Landis_n_ _sent____ Chicano______..._ ahead conversions.
.. 1964 as national champions. As always, though, they hope is the lone non-vet. KANSAS CITY BOSTON CHICAGO DETROIT 2-1 with a single. That proved The first NFL offense statistics Confusion

the Gators will give a national champion effort, even. in dei i Tackles will be. Emanuel abrhbi abrhbiC'pan's 2b abrhbi 4I11WCI't3b abrhbiBvford 4010 enough. covering the season's
Mantilla 2b 5120
II 4010
feat.. Kleckly, 198; and Stacy Bell, Causey ss 3000 C'nig'ro If 4323 Rob'son If 5 1 1 0 Lumpe 2b 4 1 2 0 Peters got the victory for an opening games, showed today There could be more confu-

175. Guards will be Harold Colavito Stahl rf rf 1000 4020 Yasfskl Mejias cf cf 4110 1010 Skowron H's'b'r rt Ib 3010 4110 Demeter Kaline rf Ib 4011 4000 18-8 record with Eddie Fisher'srelief that; Bill Brown of the Minnesosion.. Ed Brown, the Pittsburgh

I I'm not. going to pass along any names to save embarrassment Davis, 180; and Louis Carter, Gentile; ID 4120 Stuart Ib 5122 McCraw Ib 0000 Freehan *. 3000 help while Lolich had his ta Vikings and Jim Brown' of "uarterback, shows up in the

but one merchant, hard hit by the ravages of Hurri- 179. Charles Flounoy, 179 is the Mathews Charles 3b cane Dora still saw the silver lining. He said he had this Reynolds If 2010 Smith 3b 0 0 0Green. well ss 4010 M'a'liffe ss 3000 in the tabulation :
center. ball-carrying could be the
.2b 4020 ressoud ss 4120 Carreon c 2010 Lolich p 2000 broken and wound up with a 16- -rown among
to be grateful for. Dora came last week. Seven days later Anderson will 2000 Tillman c 4123 Martin lllOWoodph 1000
6-0, 179, ( be at Bryan c 8 record. leading pass receivers in a few
and the Gators might have had to postpone the with Har-son ph 1000 M. .tte p 4000 Peters p 3000
game with Totals 34 4 I Totals 32 1 5 1
quarterback Brockington, Odonvp 2000 The Yankees snapped a 3-3 tie more weeks. He caught three
Southern Methodist. That he would not have been able to 5-9, 150 but a 'breakaway Duncan ph 2000 Chicago .. .. ... ... .... ... .. 000'JM 211-4 in the sixth when' Roger PKY Boosters for 84 yards in the opener be.
overcome-missing a UF home opener. Totals 35 110 I Totals 4011 U Detroit ., ................... 100 00 000-1E inning I
threat at right .half. Ken Gal Kansas City ...._.....,. 000 in MO- 1 Marls rapped the 1,000th hit of sides rushing for 103 yards on 20
.__........ -Lolich. DP-Detroit 1. LCB-Chicago -
'This 'love of Florida football, constant and ever-growing loway, 173, is the left naif and Boston -.v. ; 102 041 .111-11 7. Detroit i.2B his major league career, a two- Slate Supper attempts.
E-None. DP-Boston 2. LOB Kansas -Ward. Thomas. s-He shberger.Flsh.r. .
through years of frustration, is a phenomena that defies a Maurice Alexander, 175, will be City 0. Boston 7. JB-Gentile. Vantilla run shot that followed a walk to
Mason teammate
the fullback. Stuart. Malzone Thomas. HR-Conigliaro IP H R ERBBSO out

rational explanation. Some day, someone will write. a book 2 (23), Stuart (33). Tillman (t!). Peters W 1M 72-35 1 1 I Bobby Richardson. For GriddersThe for top rushing honors by gain-
about it. Lincoln expects stiff opposition IP H R ER BBSO Fisher. .... 11-30 0 C; 0 1
from Odom L 1-1 ..... 42-311 4 4 0 2 Lolich L 14-0 .....7 7 3 3 2 4 First Homer big 137 yards on 20 carries for a
Northwestern which Drabowsky .._..'. 11-33 3 3 1 2 Gladding .... .. 1 O. 0 I 1 P. K. Yonge Sports and
I remember a staunch Florida fan in Levy Co. who chatted has gained strength in recent -Bowsfleld __...,. 2 2 1 1 0 1 Fox .h....._0... 1 2 1 1 0 I The Angels had pulled into a 6.9 average. Jim Brown ran 23
with me one time at a Riverland Conference basketball tournament seasons. M'tte W 11-13 -.. 10 1 1 1' 4 Lolich faced 2 men in Itti. tie in the fifth with Tom Satri- Band Boosters Club will have times for 89 yards. j
WP-Dr.bowsky. T-2:21. A-I.287. WP-P.ters. Lolich 2. T-2:11. A-154. dish simper at the
He said his hope was. to live long enough to see the ano's first homer of the season a covered ;
Night Game LOS ANGELES NEW YORK Two quarterbacks who traded
Gators have that banner year. "I might have to live to be WASHINGTON CLEVELAND aLrbbi brbbl the big blow. Satriano, who had school cafeteria at 6:30: p. m.
Junior Posse abrhbi abrhbiCottier Pearson c; 3110 Kubek ss 3100 today. jobs during the off season,
110, he'said then, "but I hope to see It. 2b lol0Salrnonrf 4000 Smith If 3010 Rich'dS'n 2b 3 3 2 0 been the only 'player in the Norm Snead, now of Philadelphia -
Phillips ph 1010 Agee H 0000 Clinton ph 1011 Mans cf 4223 league without a homer in over club
This fine gentleman state representative Frank Marshburn, Set Zimmer 3i> 5110 Howser s* 3000 Fregosl si 3001 Mantle rf 3100 Tom Dobson, president, and Sonny Jurgensen, now
Meeting Hinton If 3020 Wagner If 3000 Adcock Ib 4010 Repoz rf 0000 200 at-bats, connected in his said varsity and B team grid
passed away not too long ago. But his statement is indicativeof Lock rf-cf 4l22Held2b 3100 Rodgers c 4010 Howard c 4132 of Washington, stood out in the
the :feeling that prevails.By Si.vers1b 2010 Romano c 2211 Kl'kpat'k rf 4000 Tresh If 4000 217th trip to the plate. ders have been invited to the passing statistics. Snead took i
.The Alachua County Sheriff's Cuntiam ib 0000 Davaltlto cf 4000 Torres 3b 1110 P pit_ Ib 4101 Conigliaro's two homers and affair.After
Hunt cf 2000 Moran 3b 4031 Gatewood p l000Linz3b 3010 the No. 1 spot under the complicated -
any name, a Gator football fan is something special. Mounted Posse has scheduled a King ph-rf, 1000 Whitfield .b 3011 Hiatt ph l000Boyer3b 1012 I one each by Dick Stuart and
Leppert 10 0 McDowell D 3000 Knoop 2b 2000 Bouton p 2000 the meal, the parents NFL reckonings, completwill -
Tillman A's rookie
meeting Sunday at 2 p.m. at Brumley 2000 Perry ph 1000 Ramos p 2000 Bob tagged
12 of 21 for 170 yards and
the Run grounds on Waldo Road for the Kennedy is 3000 Schaal2b 1000 Johnny (Blue Moon) Odum with will hear from school director I
Caught on Br-game ph 1 0 0 0 Brunet p 1000 J. B. Hodges various coaches two touchdowns. Jurgensen
purpose of organizing a junior Kreutzer p 2000 Satriano ph 3 2 2 2 the loss. Bill Monbouquette got ,
Val'ntine pc 0 0 0 0 Totals 34454 Totals 3309 I and other school personnel in a pitched for 235 yards, the greatest -
Former Georgia Tech quarterback Billy Lothridge has mounted posse. Kirk'and ph 1 0 0 0 Los Angeles ._. ... .. lot 0e 100-4 the victory, although he was total.
his in fashion for the Dallas All boys and girls betweenthe Tatals 32 2 0 2 Totals 22353 New York ................ ooo 302 tagged for 10 hits. sort of panel affair, explaining
started earning pro pay good Washing .. .. ... h_ ... 001 Ml tit-1 14)-1 duties of the PKY officials.
Cowboys. Billy the Kid punted six times against St. Louis ages of eight and 17 are Cleveland .................. 010 101 OOx-2E Los E Rodgers Angeles ,1.A New COCk.York Richardson.1. LOB-Los Johnny Romano hit a homer Leading pass receiver was
last week and averaged 48.8 yards per effort with a long invited to attend the meeting. -Held. DP-Cleveland 2. LOB-Washngton Angeles 4. New York 3. i for the Indians in each game, Dobson said the event will Frank Clarke of Dallas with 10

one of 71 yards. They also may bring their 26-Sievers.*. Cleveland Hinton 7. Moran. HR'-Romano Boyer.JB-Torres HR-.Satriano Satriano(I). Mans How.,(27). .3B SB- I tying the opener 1.1 in the third draw about 125 people. catches for 145 yards. -
horses with them.Instruction (16). Lock (21). S-Hunt. Valentine. Richardson. SF_Fregosi. i and putting Cleveland ahead 3-1 I
Former Gator kicking stars Don Chandler and Bobby Joe will be given and Kreutzer L H. 5 J.3 5 3 > 4 5 Brunet .4 3 3 1 1 I in the sixth inning of the night-
Green, now with the New York Giants and Chicago Bears, Koch .... .. ... ... 2-30 0 C 01 GatewoodL33. 3 '3 2 7 1 1 pitcher'
regular meeting dates will be Hannan ...__... 2 0 0 0 1 1 OstnU .1 3. r 1 1 cap. Winning Sonny -
respectively, did 47.3 ((54)) for six and 41.4 (60)) for seven. scheduled. McDowell W M 7 1.3 7 2 2 3 4 Bouton W 14-13 41-37 4 4 2 1 Siebert singled home the decisive '- \
McMahon .. .... 12-3 1 0 0 1 3 Hamilton 0 1. r 0 I -
Gator eager Taylor Stokes of Tampa has been readmittedto WP-Hannan. T-2:42. A-3.17., Ramos 2-3' 0 C. 03 run in the fifth inning of the '.Iii .: i

the UF after missing last year due to ineligibility. Stokesis All But One MINNESOTA N.M Cam BALTIMORE* Hamilton-2:34. A-0.271.faced one man in Tttv.T first game. '. -. .. .. -. ;

on academic probation and will have to meet stringent UF 'Cane 3b ab 3i001r.acf.r h bi .ab 4000 r h iiiRollins 'A

requirements to regain his athletic eligibility for the 1964-65 ReadyMIAMI Versalles ss 4 0 0 0 Aparicio ss ..4000Oliva
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Gator cage coach Norman Sloan indicated today, also, that the University of Miami football Mincber. Had cf Ib 4000 2100 B.R's'n Bowens 3b rf 4041 3010Battey

Florida will postpone the start of practice from the normal team except one were expectedto Ward 2t c> 4000 lSl0GreepIi Orsino c' 3000 1000

date' by NCAA rules (Oct. 15)) until Monday, Oct. 19. Sloan be in good shape for Satur- Bethel pr 0000 Brown c ISIS
Kindall 2b 0000 Adair 2b 4010Pascual
said, "It's Homecoming weekend and we wouldn't have a day night's opener against Florida p 3011 Bunker p 2000

chance to get much done in all the festivities. So we'll start State in.the Orange Bowl. Snyder jolvisonph ph 1000 1000

Oct. 19." The only doubtful player is Totals M 2 3 2 Totals 33171 I. NATIONAL. LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUEW. KENTUCKYGENTLEMAN
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John Matlock, junior defensiveend alHmare .... ........' .. III 000 00..1 Philadelphia M 50 '.433.- I r Baltimore M 41 .'" -
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Cincinnati M 6S55' Tft New York U 59.5ttII
United States for the position of head track coach at the UF foot injury. William Schirmer; a Minnesota t, Baltimore t.JB San Francisco ai 44 .351 TV* 1 Detroit 77 n J2C 18V* :
since Beard's resignation was announced. It is 'und -Pascual. PowelL HR-Killebrew Pittsburgh 75 70 ..517Tfi Los Angeles/ 74 TJ J10 12 .
Percy sophomore who worked his .
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stood some of the top mentors in the nation are interested. onto the squad without a' schOlarship !- Game Los Angeles 73 73 JtO U Minnesota 74 74 JOC 1JV _
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Let's. Try .Predicting. : I ''READY' ASS! CAN' BE' I I .

GHS Over ,
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSIf left Commodore' drills in a watched the Vandy defense out-; review of offensive and defensive -
announcements of readinessand cheerful mood. shine the offense in the drill. assignments.
satisfaction mean anything, Timing Better
continued to polish Mississippi State held a check-
unveiling that area football fans await so eagerly each some' of the teams picked favorites Dooley sent Georgia through final Kentucky plans with a look H Detroit -list practice going over kickoffs -
in Saturday's opening Southeastern drills on passing punting and
year is upon us. plays and defensive work- kickoff returns, goal line
Conference football tuning of running plays, an- outs situa- offense and defense, and punt- \\
The time when the wraps come off and armchair quarter- games may find reasons nouncing afterward that the I against long-yardage ing.
backs get a peek at what's in store for the season is just one for anxiety.,\ timing was much better and' "
day off. \ After a drill under the lights "the enthusiasm is encourag- Coach Paul Bryant of Alabama
., m preparation for Alabama, ing." But he added that the announced his starting
Friday night is the date, and the places are plentiful. coach Vince Dooley pronouncedhis Bulldogs will have a "giant- lineup after a drill of two hours

Like Citizen's Field where P. K. Yonge hosts Orange Park, Georgia team "as ready as .size" task with Alabama. and 20 minutes.
and the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville where Gainesville High How About it can be." The Crimson Tide is Green, who has been empha- Coach Doug Dickey said his ;
takes on perennial power Robert E. Lee. And given a healthy edge over the sizing defense, said, "A great Tennessee squad had more bustle -
It's also the time of year when eager sports writers takea Bulldogs. deal of our nopes of upsetting and generally a better prac- i ilw
crack at crystal ball gazing something that can't be done PKY To Win 2612er Vanderbilt coach Jack Green Georgia Tech depend on what tice than recently. ,Dickey
but it too tempting to pass up. gave; Georgia Tech no reason happens right out there in defensive planned more passing and kick-
for security Saturday when he drills. He smiled as he ing drills today.
Well, here goes nothing: .

GAINESVILLE VS. LEE Hurricane fans are hoping the in their opening test at Madison. "Ashamed"

short ride to Jacksonville will be even shorter on the way Throw in a bevy of fine halfbacks, and the nod goes to Short WorkoutsFor Louisiana State Coach Charles
back. And I think it will be. Coach Jim Niblack will field a. Santa Fe.Something. McClendon said his team must
team loaded with powerful backs and muscled linemen. have been ashamed of their
like Santa Fe 7 Madison 0.
Tuesday workout because they
Al Giffen is a 6-foot-4, 225-pound halfback who should com-
STARKE VS. MACCLENNY Graduation thinned the Local Clubsgood bounced back for an almost
pare with any in the state. He runs the 100-yard dash in 10.4 .
and loves to carry the football. Starke ranks this season, but several bright spots still abound flawless practice Wednesday.He ( 1
Like the quarterbacking trio of Phil Elder, Don Falcon and said they "concentrated on
Quaterback Jackie Eckdahl is a lefthanded passer who Wayne McLeod. Short workouts will hold theattention first unit against Madi- doing a better job," and expressed -
also likes to execute keeper plays. Color him dangerous to of'Gainesville High i son' Red Devils. Coach Char- hope that the Tigers
defenses. Captain and linebacker Jeff Warren also returns for his P. K. Santa Fe and lie Roberts'
opposition Yonge, gang won the Key- would be more consistent.
third year to make things rugged for opposing offenses. Starke football tearns'today.The stone Conference title last
And fullback Alex Druash Is big, strong and eager to year. Mississippi held its last inten- ,
smash the line for important short gainers. Macclenny should be outmanned.Let's Lee Friday night meet in Jacksonville the Gator Starke will try to bounce back sive workout with work on kick

They're three reasons why I'm sticking with GHS to knock try Starke l4, Macclenny 0. Bowl at Jacksonville. P. K. from a Jselow-par (for Starke) ing and pass offense and defense -
off the always rugged Generals-even on their home field.It Yonge is host to Orange Parkat campaign 'a year ago. Coach as part of a general review -
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Scanning the area produces the following: David Hurse's gang will haveto of readiness for MemphisState. J
should be something like 2113. Citizens Field. Santa Fe is
Lake Butler 20, Newberry 0; Hawthorne 13, Taylor 6; Bran- on the road at Madison and overcome a lot of odds this .
P. K. YONGE VS. ORANGE PARK That surprisingly ford ,13, Williston 0; Cross City 7, Greenville 6; Chiefland 21, Starke, opens at home with rival -season but team speed and a Tulane breezed through an
P. K. Yonge grid machine of a year ago may just passing attack may hcp: do it. hour and half r
strong Mayo 6; Bronson 20, Melrose 0; Crystal River 20, Trenton 7; Macclenny. a session with a
keep on rolling this time around. St. Joseph 13, Keystone Heights 7.GATORWILDCAT. Coach Jim Niblack slid his -

Fellows like fullback Tom Hansen, halfback Steve Tuttle, 'Canes wrapped up major j
quarterback Mac Johnson, end Danny Dennison and guard I work Wednesday with a, review Great new taste:
V. G. Hodsdon are back with impressive credentials. CAGE session. GHS will unveil a flock f TAAKA
I of newcomers against the al
Orange Park has never had a losing season and it doesn't. ways-strong Generals Friday pipe tobaccoin
expect to this time around. But PKY Coach Mike Gutierrezis BATTLE IN AFTERNOONFlorida's night. GHS graduated 10 mem-

optimistic.Let's bers of last year's starting array VODKA

try PKY 26, Orange Park 12. home basketball cast will start 15 minutes be- which went 8-0-2 and lost a filter
game' with Kentucky, slated fore game time. -Times of other to eventual state champion Cor- _
LINCOLN VS. NORTHWESTERN The Terriers get a here on Jan. 23, will be played games will be announced la- al Gables in the regional play-
head start on area teams by travelling to Jacksonville to- in the afternoon so that it ter. offs. PIPE TOBActO IM A FLIER t1GAREITE IVIIXESEASY.:
night for a bout with Northwestern.A can be on a regional basketball More than 20 stations will be I Strong FoeP. cigarette : ..

strong-armed quarterback by the name of Norman An- program, it was announced -on the basketball network. Flo- K. Yonge, hoping to repeat
derson and fleet halfback* Ralph Brockington are expected to today by Bernie Moore, rida outlet will be WJXT, Chan- its 7-1-2 of last year, has a
be Lincoln backfield mainstays. Southeastern Conference com- nel 4, in Jacksonville. Others strong foe in Orange Park's JUST ADDPEOPLE
missioner.The may be added. Raiders. The Wave is a mixture -
Anderson is a seasoned veteran with an impressive passing game will be played at TV Sports, Inc., Paterson, of veterans and newcomers You get pleasing aroma-and a great Q .
record, and Brockington possesses speed to burn- a 9.5 hun- 3:15 p. m. instead of 8:15 p.m.It N. J., is sponsor pf the network. but is short on depth, as new taste! The secret? It's packed with !.!
dred yard dash mark. will be the first day basket. Eddie Einhorn is managing director usual. Team speed will be one America's best-tasting pipe tobacco- r

But Northwestern is big and strong and playing on its ball game for the Gators in recent of the firm. of Coach Mike Gutierrez's team famous Half and Half!Smoke new Half Sutra Ct, IK, New CrttiK. U.llaailOOrrnNDgtiQcifrtaGnil.
home field. years. Einhorn said, "We are honored strong point. And Half Filter Cigarettes! I

There are to be 10 games on to be able to bring Southeastern Santa Fe will emphasze de- ... l. PrMIId-Jf{ r. wasa.J'
How about Lincoln 14 Northwestern 13. fense the
as Rebels throw a
the schedule. Other contests: Conference basketball to

I SANTA FE VS. MADISON The Rebels will sport a huge Jan. 2, Georgia vs. LSU at the many fans in the area and
Baton Rouge; Jan. 9, Vanderbilt we hope that by exposing thousands SEE
line, led by 210-pound tackles Trigger Hodge and Jim Forrest- THE THE
vs. Mississippi State at, of people to this highly JOE FOOTBALL' FORECAST

Starkville; Jan. 16, Kentuckyvs. competitive sport we may create "TIGER IN THE "Patronize The Merchants"CAGE"
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Krr .' LSU at Baton 'Rouge; Feb. Moore said, "From a',conference Moyville State \ .34 Northland 6 So Colifornio 27 Coorodo; U. . 7PON'
13, Mississippi vs. Georgia at standpoint, we are pleased Northeostern 20 Rhode Islond . 7 I ;"uhwesterll ':on5as
i Athens; ''Feb. 20, Tennessee vs. to participate in this televi- TIAC (Kansas) . .47 W/cn . 6

Alabama at Tuscaloosa; Feb. sion series. Southeastern Con- SHOWING SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 1964.
27, Tennessee vs. Kentucky at ference basketball is a quality Adorns State ... .21 Western N.M. ...14 Elmhurst' . .40 6.o'c Forest . 6
Lexington; March 6, Tulane vs. product and the fans will enjoyit. THURS. SEPT. 24 Adrian . . .13 Defionce . 7 Florida State U. 14 Miami Flc.. ) 13
Vanderbilt at Nashville. Tele- Alabama A&M .20 Tuskegee Inst. .14 "Iorida U. . .21 $0. Methodist ...14
I y Wayne McLeod Tem Hansen Jtff Warren Al OlffM Alabama State .14 Rust. .. . 6 .out Lewis A&M 20 Colorado College 13
AT Alabama U. .27 Georgia U. . 7 b eorgia Tech .14 Vanderbilt . .0
Albright . .26 Grove City . 13 Gettysburg . .27 Hofstra . 6
TROPI CAL 'Alma . . 7 Manchester . 6 Grumbling . .34 Alcor" A&M .14
Appalachian ,State 14 Newberry . 13 Iowa State . .21 Droke. . 6
PONTIAC. Arizona State 'w' .20 Utah State . 14 Kansas :U. .14 Texas Christian .13
1 Arkansas A&M .27 Miu. Voc.tlonal ,13 Kentucky State .20 Fisk . . 6
220. N.W. 8th AVE Arkansas U. .20 Oklahoma State 6 Kentucky . .27 Detroit . . 6
Army. . .41 The Citadel 6 Kings Point
'' '.' Auburn .... .21 Houston ,.. .7 Academy . ..27 Maine Maritime .13
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i Augustana (S.D.) 20 AUliburg . 14 Louisville . .13 Western Michigan 7
\ Joe Halberstein Austin ... .20 Henderson Stat. U Massachusetts .14 Maine . . 7
/ Bemidji State .20 North Dakota U. 7 Middle ''TennlSs' 27 florence State 6
_/ AND Bethel . . .27 Sioux Falls . 6 Missiuippi State .10 Taxes Tech 7
Nis Nissen Bethune-Cookman 47 Lane. . . 6 Mississippi . 7 Memphis State 0
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5:55 PM-Mon. thru Fri. Buffalo U. . .10 Boston U. . 7 North Texas State 20 Texas Western .14
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I And Giants. Keen LosingBy Battle Today ORANGEMEANS

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DICK COUCH the gap. behind and one percentage pointup with Joe Christopher aboard in w .x y

Associated Press Sports Writer And Mays is far from hot His on the Giants with a 5-3 the eighth, helped Stallard out

By the time Willie Mays batting average has dipped victory over the Chicago Cubs. of a jam in the bottom of the JIM BECKER Morey meets another Walker
CLEVELAND (AP) '0You Cup 'veteran Charley Kocsis of
completes his latest rest cure, below the .300 mark- to .299 Pittsburgh parlayed three eighth with a running catch of ,
had to Oak Mich.
get up early today to Royal ,
the tottering San Francisco for the first time since the second-inning home runs into a Harvey Kuenn's liner.
throw out the first wisecrack at
'season's week. 7-5 victory over The Los An- unbeaten in And the CampbellPattonwinner :
Giants may be beyond healing.A opening Gaylord Perry, Ed Meister's house.
The Giants who did swing geles Ddodgers. five previous decisions againstthe meets the Morey-Kocsis
tired, slump-ridden Mays "The needling starts about 6
winner, in the fourth round this
Stallard had little luck.
sat out his second straight game against Minnesota defeated Baltimore Mets, suffered his 10th a.m. said Bill Campbell,. the afternoon. .

Wednesday while the light in The 27-year-old right-hander 2-1; Chicago trimmed Detroit 4- season defeat. He has won 11. soft-spoken West Virginia gen- .

Candlestick Park grew dimmer. struck out 10, equalling the club 1; New York beat Los Angeles The victory was the Mets' 50th WILLIEM s -. tleman and former Walker Cup Only four amateurs will be
record, and picked up his 10th short of their left after the fourth round, with
New York's Tracy Stallard, 94; Boston routed Kansas City one singleseasonhigh Woe Is'Me captain.But .
the semifinals for
set Friday
second shutout of
losingest pitcher in the majors, victory 10-1 and Cleveland swept a twi- a year ago. there will be smiling
and the finals The
the He has lost 18. Saturday.
blanked the Giants 4-0 on a five- year. night doubleheader from Wash- The Colts thwarted Jim Bun- through the tears by nightfall. *
last will be at 36
Altman the two days play
hitter pushing them within a George supplied ington 3-1 and 3-2 in American ning's bid for victory No. 18, Big Turnout Only one of Ed's three house holes.

few backward steps of extinction -' offensive punch with three hits, League action that left the pushing across four runs in the guests[ will still be around in, the I

, in what is left of the National including a two-run homer and Orioles and White Sox in a first fifth inning and holding off the National Amateur Golf Cham-I. The starting field of 150 had

;,( League pennant race. run-scoring double. place tie and the Yankees one Phillies' late rush. Expected AtBoys9 pionship by tonight. been chopped down and to the 16 afterWednesday's packof

t k' The fourth place Giants are Menke Homers :percentagep oint behind. Bunning, 17-5, worked with The three include Campbell, play with

: } IVi games behind front-running Denis Menke's three-run "Stallard held the' Giants hit- only two days rest. He held a 3- Billy Joe Patton, the colorful the bright limber, young swings crew started cuts heading -

+ Philadelphia, despite the Phil- homer gave Milwaukee a 3-2 less through the, first three 2 lead going into the fifth but ClubMore North Carolina scrambler and home. When the week start-

r lies' 6-5 loss to Houston Wednesday decision over second place St. innings and allowed five singles was lifted after singles by Al putting fool, and veteran Dale I
i ed there were so 22-year-
night and it's beginning to Louis, leaving the Cardinals six thereafter. Altaian who doubledin Spangler, Rusty Staub and Walt Morey. ,
i" ball half
old wno could Dang we.
than boys are expected 1
i look like even a hot-handed games off the pace. Cincinnati one 'of two first inning runs Bond and walks to Bob Aspro- Meets Patton a mile that it was hard to tell

b Mays won't be enough to close took the third spot, 7% games and crashed his eighth homer I monte and Jim Wynn. John to report for team as- Campbell who survived two them apart.

-- Bateman's two-run single off signments Saturday as the
heart-stoppers in the first two
reliever Bobby Locke completedthe Boys' Club Flag Football program match play rounds Wednesday 25FooterCampbell's

I 3: National League Boxes rally. gets underway. Reporting goes against Patton in today's opponent in the i
Ruben Amaro's bases-loaded first round, Chris Blocker
times are as follows: Cadets third round. Right behind them,
single in the eighth drove in two Texas Tech, ran in a 25footeron

runs but pinch runner Adolpho (7 and 8) 9:00 a.m.; Mid- the 18th to send the match to
U' r h bi 4b r h bi PHILADELPHIA HOUSTON abrhbi abrhbi abrhbi Phillips was thrown out tryingto gets ((9 and 10)), 10:00 a.m.; Botvling Loops extra holes.
I. Schofield 4110 Wills ss 5010 au r h bi Spangler from first to third the Juniors thru 11:00 Then the veteran Campbell
r f Virdon cf 4000 Griffith 4000Clemente Gontilez cf 5004 Fox ib 5120 Brock If 4111 Maye Cf 4000 go on ((11 13)) a.m. i
"; rf 3 1 I 0 W. i'd 12 2 1 Allen 3b 3210 Staub rf 4222 Groat ss 4000 Carty If 3000 hit, killing the Phillies' last bid. Have OpeningsThere had to:make the shot of his life:
Staroell If 1000T. Oavis; If 3100 Calli;on rf 4100 Bond Ib 3011 Boyer 3b 3010 Cline cf 0000 Application blanks be,
Wissman If 0000 Roseboro c 3100 Covington l If 4 1 2 0 Aspro'te 3b 3100 White Ib 3001 Math' 1S 3b 3110 Menke's 18th homer gaveBraves' may from the weeds to save a par I

Cl'denon Bailey 3b lb 3100 4123 T'cewskl Fairly lb 2b 4122 4000Mazertl H'rrnsfn Power ph Ib 1000 3 1 2 1 Wynn Kasico: cf ss 2 3111 0 0 0Dal'mple Shannon Skinner ph rf 3000 1000 Torre Oliver c Ib 4000 3110'I starter Denny Lemaster -obtained at the Boys' Club during are openings in all at the 19th, and finally won on
: 2b 4120 Shirley 3b 4012 c 3011 Bateman c 3012 Maxvill Javier)2b rf 0000 4010 Alomar Menke 2b ss 2113 3010' a 3-0 cushion in the second regular operating hours. bowling leagues at Palm Lanes, the 20th. C
Pagl rcni c 31 1 3 Ortega
p Rojas 2b 4000 Grote c 1 000
Law p 3111 Brewer p 1000 Amaro ss 4022 Notfbart p 1 000 Mccver Uecker c ph 3010 1 0 0 0 L'master p 3 0 0 0 inning and he nursed a two- Equipment will be furnishedby Warren Carson alley manager I In the afternoon, Campbellhad
Lynch ph 1000 Crawford rh 1000 Bunning p 2000 Hardy ph 1 000 said today. to run in a -footer on the
Taylor p 1000 into the before ,
Parker ph 1010 Briggs ph 1000 Brown p 1 000 hitter eighth the Boys' Club.
Warwick ph 1000 t:::)
Moon ph 1000Totals Taylor ph 1010 Bruce p 000 Spiezlo ph 1000 doubles by Curt Flood and Lou Carson said men and women 17th green for a birdie and par
33112 Totals' 35 i 7 5
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Totals 35 5 Totals 4
James ph 1000 Flag football is a variation of interested in being placed on a the 18th for a 1 margin over
}i Pittsburgh ............ .. C50 07C 000-1 Philadelphia ................ 101 000 020-5 Totals 3427.2 Totals 2t 3 < 3 Brock, Menke's error and a up
\ Los Angeles ........... 020 W 020-5 Houston .. ................ 200 049 OOx6E St. Louis ....:.;.......... 000 000 020-2 sacrifice fly cut the lead to 32. touch football in that ,a runneris team in the various leagues, Harry Toscano of New Castle,
Milwaukee ................ 030 000 MX-3E should contact the alleys. I
E-Bailey. DP-Los Angeles 1. LOB- Bond. LOB Philadelphia t, I Bob Tiefenauer replaced downed by pulling the flag
Pittsburgh 4, Los Angeles 5. Houston 8. -Menke. OP-St. Louis 1. LOB-St.' -- I
J 2B-Mazeroskl. Clendenon. W'Us. W. I 2B Allen. HR Staub (51. SB Louis 7, Milwaukee 5. Lemaster, 15-11, and stoppedthe from his belt instead of touch- e
\ Davis. HR-Clendenon (11). Pagliaroni Allen, Amaro. S Kasko. SF Dalrymple. 2B Javier Flood Brock. HR-Menke Cardinals the rest of the
(9)). Law (1). W. Davis (12) Fairly (10). (18). SF-White. ing or tackling. All boys will
S-Virdon. IP H R ER BB SO
SB-Pagliaronl. IP H R ERBBSO IP h R ER BB SO Taylor L 8-4 ......4 3 3 3 1 3 way. to in and 0
LawW12.12...,. I 7 5 5 2 3 Bunning L 17.5 ... 4138 6 6 3 4 Cuellar ..... ..... 2 1 0 0 0 1 get play every game
f AAcBean ..1 0 0 0 0 0 Locke .. ..... 1231 0 0 Z 0 Humphreys ..... 1231 0 0 2 0 Three SinglesCincinnati's will have the opportunity to Pa.qu
"t Ortega L 6-9 .. 1 5 5 5 1 0 Roebuck ........2 0 0 0 0 1 Richardson ...... 1.3 1 0 0 0 0
Brewer ..,..... 4 3 2 2 1 1 Nottebart .........3 3 2 l 3 1' Lemaster W 15-11 7 2.3 7 2 1 1/ Johnny run. pass or kick at least once
Purdin ,........2 0 0 0 2 2 Jones ............. 1 1 0 0 0 2 Tiefenauer ....._ 1130 0 0 0 0 drove in three runs with three during each game.
Reed .. 2 0 0 0 0 C Brown W 3-15 .... 31.3. 2 2 0 0 WP-Lemaster. T-2:14. A-3,019. 4110f -
Ortega faced 5 men In 2nd. Bruce _.. ........ 1 2 0 C 1 1 successive singles and Jim
T-2:22. A15,049.CINCINNATI Woodeshick ..._.. 2.3 0 0 e 0 0 his 14thviltarv. Games are supervised by
Maloney picked up
T 2:57. A 2,289.
CHICAGO Tampa GridderParnell checking the Cubsuntil trained Boys' Club workers
abrhbi abrhbi NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO M. and all games are played at
Rose 2b 5010 Am'rano 2b 3000 abrhbi abrhb Dies he sixth when Ron Santo 6ICLpp(
Ruiz 3b 5100 Burton cf 4000 Klaus 2b 5000 Kuenn rf 300 homer. The the Boys' Club. For the first
Pinson cf 5120 Williams If 3210 Krane '1 Ib 4110 Lanier 2b 402 0 ,poked a two-run time night have been
Robinson If 4121 Santo 3b 4122 Ch'toph'r rf 321 1 McCovey If 3000 TAMPA (AP-Robert Parnella circuit boosted Santo's RBI totalto games
Johnson lb 4221 Banks Ib 3011 Altman If 4133 Cardenal rf 0 0 0 0 scheduled during the season so
Edwards c 4033 Gabfls'n rf 4 0 0 0 Smith 3b 4010 Snider rf 100 21-year-old football player for 103, breaking Andy Pafko's
rf 4010 Rodgers ss 4000 that team will play at
Keough Kanehl 2b 0000 Hart 3b 4000 every
3000 3010 'the University of Tampa who club record for third basemanby
Cardenas ss R'novsky c Gonder c 4010 Haller c 401 0
Maloney p 3000 Buhl p 0000 McMillan ss 10 0 0 Cepeda Ib 4010 suffered a brain injury during two. least one night game.
Ellis p 1000 Koonce p 1000 Elliot cf 4010 M-Aloe cf 2000
Boc' 'la ph 1000 Hickman cf 0000 Davenp't ss 3 0 0 0 practice last month died Solo homers by winning pitcher Sponsors of the flag football
Burke ph 1000 Stallard 3000 Perry 2000
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Totals 31 5 11 S Totals :31 3 5 3 Hiller ph 1010 Wednesday without regaining Vern Law and Don Clendenon -program are Combs Lumber,

Cincinnati i ............ ... 401 000 000-5 Totals 35 4 14 Totals 31 $51 consciousness. and Jim Pagliaroni's three- Den n Concrete, Citizens'
Chicago ..,.' ..... ,.. 000 102 000-3 New York .,.... .......,.. 200 000 020-4 y
-None. LOB-Cincinnati 7, Chicago 42B San Francisco .... .. .., 000 000 000-0 Parnell underwent brain surg- run shot, all in the second in-,' Bank Sperry Electronics, Firs
-Robinson, Santo Williams. 3B- ery to remove a blood clot but ning, put the Pirates ahead to Federal Savings and Loan As-
Gonder. Cardenal. DP-New York 1.
Johnson. HR-Santo (27) SFBanks.IP
H R ER 8B SO LOB-New York 6, San Francisco 4.2B failed to respond to treatment. stay., Clendenon doubled home sociation, Moose Lodge, Florida HIKORY
Buhl L 13-12 ,. 1-3 5 4 4 0 0 -Altman 2. HR-Altman (I). SB-M. .
Koonce .... .2.J. 1 1 1 0 Alou. S-Stallard. He was injured during prac- the other Pittsburgh runs in the National Bank, Cannon Insur.ance
Warner ...... 2 1 0 0 0 1 IP H R ER BB SO tice Aug. 29 when he made what fifth. Law gave up homers to First National Bank and
McDaniel .2 1. 0 0 2 Stallard W 10-18 9 5 0 0 2 10 ,
Maloney W 14-10 6 5 3 3 2 5 Perry L 11.10 a 8 1 1 1 7 coach Sam Bailey described asa Willie Davis and Ron Fairly on United Commercial Travelers AMERICA'S MOST MAGNIFICENT BOURBON '
Ellis. 3 0 0 0 0 5 Murakami .... 1 0 0 0 0 1 .
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Rohn Fires 616 SeriesDarrell i ,,,'.T--. .,, '.", ',."-, Gas- Genie says: 4'l t J

Rohn of Edwards Broadwell,. Cannon Insurance, ,Stinger. Lee Green picked up game while Team No. 2 had a
,. Building Supplies, Inc., led the hit 568. Dave Sayre had a 234 the 67.. 2264 set and Team .4 hit 818. 4,. \' '- -' IT'S !
Night Owl League at Palm high game. Led Pin toppers Gedrge Cappe made the 3-7-10 ,-
Lanes Wednesday night with Jerry's Restaurant totaled Rosemary James hit 144-127- split.
a ,616 set, compiled on gamesof 105.919-1034-3003() with the 1050 184-455 to lead the Pintoppers -
191193232. University 'circuit. Johnson had 441 Joyce Ward ,had a hefty 572
high game. Don Williams, Lynn I
Shu Cagle of Gold Coast Restaurant Chevrolet, made the 6-7 and Roxie Anderson 437. The'series to lead the University a ti
: had 579 and John Cul- split, Garland Wallace, Jer- 184, by Rosemary James was City Women's League at Palm KICKTIME-
pepper,' Manor Motel 563.Rohn's high Lanes last night. She bowled
ry's, 4-6; and Paul ,Burger, game. I
of 215187170.Gwen .
232 was high Park games
game. Piggie 2-9. Fred
I Mason with a 2299
Johnson & Faris totaled 974- 534 SeriesIn
: iDulaney had a 557
series and an'833 single best. ser-
987-1033-2994 while U. S. Army Ella's Ceramics loop, Nor- I ies, Pat Dees, 533; and Phyllis -
ROTC had a. 1060 set. ma Weseman hit 534 on 175169- Harvey Nachtrieb of. Team Wright, 526. Dot Bird had a 222 I
Billy Johnson had an 809 on 190 while Bertie Redden had a No. 1 paced the Mixed Doubles high game. .'y-
games of 185243194.187 to lead I 508 and Mary Kelly 482. Mrs. loop with -191-165-514. IWERE
the Royal Crown Classic League. Weseman's 190 was high game. Bea, Purdy, Team No. 2, led Team laurels went to Gold
Elmer Broadwell hit 786, Shu Team No. 9 had a 1724 set and the women with 476. Other Coast Restaurant 'which hit
Cagle, 773; Joe Balogh, 764Lar-;' Team No. 10 a' 604 single. Mary scores included 497 by Bruce 2986 on 1029 919 1038. The KICKING. OFF A NEW RADIO SHOW ON WGGG }
ry Levin, 760; and Jim Trog--McGahagin converted the 5 10 Purdy and 495 ,by Joe Mueller. latter was best single game. 1a
don, 755. split. Gay Arnold had 460 and Betty Splits were made by Edna I
241 Game Liz Elleman led the Triple Haley 457. Hargrove and Trudie Feather, ..
Jack Harris had a 244 high Tumblers circuit with 160 160- 5-7; Ginny Sparks, 2-7-8; and Turn on WGGG to hear the Gas Genie post game show of the week after
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game while Upper Ten's rolleda 212-532. Betty Forest had 488 Jack Tomlinson had a 208 high Eria Jones, 510.- --- every G.H.S. game. See if you agree with the player of the game selection. t
2241 series and Lemonadeshad as did Elma Newman. The 212; i
a 637 single. by Mrs. Elleman was high: Hear: a different cheerleader each week appear as the voice of Genie to.,' ;

Johnson also topped the In- game. \ announce the award. Join in the congratulations to the player his parents :
dustrial League on a 686 effort South Atlantic Oil had a 1309 i
for Servicemaster. He had 168- series and a 487 top game. Shelby and his special guest who will all be invited to dine at the General Gaines ", J

215-203. Whitey Seifert, Gainesville Goode made the 5-10 split as Steak Room of the Holiday Inn (where food is finest when prepared with !
Sun baa 583 and Elmer did Delores Wheeler and Hope
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America's Cup RaceBus : ; b GAINESVILLE GAS CO. AS HOSTS.

NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) No Mosbacher, skipper of the 1 .
Look for the award picture in Sunday's big section. and hear
wind no race and the America's successful American defender I j I':. .. orange .:

Cup standings remain: Constel- Weatherly in 1962, later explained ;.. Bob Harvey's announcement on the Gainesville Gas Company morning't t
lation 1, Sovereign 0.
the committee called, The new Jacket-dress ; show r
Both the American defender, the race because what wind I \ in weightless Dacron news at -

Constellation, and Britain's there was had backed about 50 \\A and wool. Particularly
challenger, Sovereign, were degrees into the north-northwest I great we think with its 7:50 A.M. on WGGGIt's
frustrated by postponement. seven minutes before the start I fi permanently pleated
Constellation was kept from and moving the navy tugs, usedas 1 t dress under a smart
what many expected would marks, would have postponed Y 1 an exciting new program.with Jim Finch and, Tiny Talbot reviewing the
have been her second triumphand the I cutaway Jacket.
start the
Sovereign was balked at deadline for past the commencement 2:10 p.m.i: k game. highlights. The outstanding player will be chosen from a different "1:

demonstrating that she was not of a race. check list each week, consisting of offensive linemen, defensive linemen
as pokey as she appeared in her SIZES 10.16
trouncing in the first race Tues It's Time For Color: Charcoal Gray offensive backs, and defensive backs. ,

may have their chanceto a, :-... Check list this Friday night at the Gator Bowl will be the entire team.
prove themselves today in a r 1 ...
south southeastern wind .
or of -, : Remember the Gas Genie Post Game Show on WGGG
10-15 knots, forecast from the I 1 0 ; ;
weather bureau.A i : ((1230 on your dial))
lovely afternoon on Rhode I ',' !
Island Sound Wednesday offered
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everything anyone that a yachtsman Must Be .. '
would desire sun, calm I SPRAYEDNOWJ
seas, almost bathing suit tem : 4-
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\\i 1'- I REVIEW For Storm Disaster Aid

Chromaloy _1 --- 14%

Cinerama .....- -.-.- 5%

\ Readers' Computer Sci -.............., 215 Federal
a Request Cutter Labs A .. .-., 16%

Data Control ..._... ,. ._ 59% ..
Fulton lads --. 9% P ; I Funds Due
The follo""lng,
M market quotations Gen _.._
are requested specifically by readersof Develop 4%
the Sun financial page. The Jax Minit Mkts 8% w ate
tions art furnished by For
I I Mackey Airlines _,.-_-_...,._,_ 4%

I : KerceWulbernMuipliey Mead Johnson _ 15%

Pac NW Tele -.-.._._. 23% (APFlorida's -

.i i NEW YORK STOCK St Oil Ind .-.-.... 2.00b 82% Dunn & Brdst 62% Philips Elec ..._.__.........-,. 45 request for federal grantsof

: EXCHANGESinger I Sterl Drug ._.._.. .65 27% Florida Gas -.- ..-.-. 11% Redwing Carriers 11 $3 million to help 28 counties
Abbott Lab 2.40 394' Texas Util 1.20 65 Fin Nat' Bank -, 64 Ric Group 3% repair wind and water damage
!III Allied Chem 1.80 52 Textron ..... 1.40 46%I F1a Tele 28% Sperry R. Wts. 6% a' from Hurricane Dora was in

Amerada pt 2.00 793'4 Tidewater .-..-,....._,. 34 Forrest Labs -,. .......-.. 22 Syntex 56 Washington today.
Am Elc Pow 1.16b 44' Trans W A --- 43% Founders Life 93,4 Tampa Elec ____ 26 President Johnson
earlier de-
I Amer Enka 1.403 64 Union Pac ... .. 1.60a 42% Franklin Life 55/ Tech Measur -._-.._.., 191,2 clared
I the hurricane hit north-
Amer Hone l.4.ta 66% Und Air L 1.5Cb 46%I Great American 11% TWA Wts .-...-. -.-_-. 2744Valspar ''-.C.:-J'.._, ern sections of the state- disaster
Amer 1.1 Fdy .99 18% Upjohn 1.00 50 Grolier 39 71,2 '
areas the
so could be
J i Armco Stl 3.00 74' Jim Walter 257/8 Gulf Life _ 52% MUTUAL FUNDS given. money

\ Atd Topka 1.23a 33% War Lamb .70 30% Herff Jones 1445 Affiliated Fund -..._..-. ., 9.23

Baxter Lab .36 26% Worthintn .. .. .... 1.50 47% Home Ins -_ -_ 67 Capital Life & Gr 10.18 { Included in the damage esti-

J I Beckman In 64% Xerox ,.........,-.,.,-.,,, Il3y4 Kennasaw Life 11 Divers Growth .. ._...-_ 9.90 Beech LF S 1.10 495 Zenith 1.20a 67% Life of Fla --- 1% Dividend Shares ._......-. 3.90 ties: Alachua $10,000, Bradford
Bristol My .80 64% OVER THE COUNTER I Lowes Company 20 Dreyfus 20.98 $15,000, Citrus $75,000, Clay

I Brown Shoe 3.40 104'/4 and NEW asked YORK (AP) The following bid'Milgo Electron __.._ 12Va Fidelity Capit .-? 11.53 > ,' {.; u-u, $200,000, Columbia $150,000, Dix-
Quotations supplied/
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Brunswick -- 8' National Association of Securities Dealers Mort Guaranty Ins 24 Fidelity Fund _ 18.34 -' -. .,," ie $75,000, Gilchrist $5,000, Levy
Cambell S ....... 2.40 344'L Inc., do not represent actual trans Pacific SW Air 345 Fidelity Trend 19.40 $80,000, Marion $19,000 and Su-
actions but are the N SO's estimate --- ----
:, Carter Pdt 1.ooa 15% of the range within why; these securIties -I Schlitz Brew _- .- 46Y. Fund'tal Invest ......-.._. 11.33 wannee $150,000.
Case J I 23 bought could(asked have); been sold (bid) or Secur Life & Tr 66 Income of Boston 8.57

] Cessna Air -.W. 1.00 291,2 Alico Land .- __-_ 8% Southern Nitro ---- .-.--..-- 25 Incorporated Inc ...... 10.20 not The have federal to be grants, which do be
repaid, can
Ches Ohio w.- 4.00 71% Amer Fidel Life ........-.....,. 24 Travelers Ins -. 42'/4 Keystone K-2 5.77 spent to repair damage vital

Coas S Gas 31 Amer Heritage .......-.,..... 23V4 Union Security & Jnv. 95 Keystone 8-3 17.54 public services such streets
CBS 1.80b 42% Amer Mat Ins .--.-.......... 21% AMERICAN Keystone S-4 4.98 Top Level Ag ConferenceU. public buildings and as ,
Life Investors .. ._. sewage
I Comb Eng 1.20 Amer Pioneer Life 9% STOCK EXCHANGE 10.51 .

1 I Coms Corp 381,2 Anheuser Busch _._ 57% Aerojet.Gen 314Analex Life Stock Fund 8.10 S. Senator Spessard Holland, speaker last night at the annual County systems.Gov.

&< Cone Mills .81) 19% Anodyne ,..?..? 4% Corp _.-. 25o/a Mass. Inv Stock 17.05 Agents Association banquet, talks with Alachua Agent Wilburn Farrell (left) Farris Bryant estimated

i Cont Air! .40 20Y. Citizens Bank 37 Aqua Chem ........-...._,. 181 Mass. Inv Growth 9.01 and Union County Agent Bill Cowen. Farrell is secretary the County Agents that the total damage to public
ContI Ins 2.20 59% Conn Lt & Pow _._ 37% Aurora Plastics __ 24% Pioneer Fund 10.10 Association. (Photo by Jack Horan) facilities would be $t8 millionin
j Contrl Data 81% Cowles Mag & Pb 10% Barnes Engineer _._ 18% Puritan Fund _........ 9.69 all counties.
\f" Corn Pdts .-..-..-.. 1.50 54I 1. Putnam Growth 16.06

Delta Air 1.60 6M I TV & Elec _.. 8.32 [/ S. Noted More for These estimates did not in-

I Det Steel .60 15% NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, SEPT. 16e Value Line Inc 5.78 FarmingThan clude damage to private prop-

t Emerson EI 1.00 43Y ( ) New York TlmM Wellington Fund ... 15.40N erty, many times greater.His .
f t Fair Camera .50g 23 Y S E MOST ACTIVE report said that $3 millionof
l High Low Close Net Chg.
Finan'l Fed 42% 25 Rails 144.16 142.38 143.05 Off .86 STOCKS Holland the damage was in Duval
Fst Chartr 1.9'/f 30 25 Industrials 888.24 874.36 884.22 Up 3.16 Complete Vol. Close Changes Diplomacy County alone, where the hurri-

Fla E Cst 11'/4 50 Stocks 516.20 508.37 513.63 Up 1.15 160 500 Chrysler 66%up 2 cane hit land after its long

I Food Fair ............. .90 22 113 900 First Chart. 30 unch I journey across the Atlantic.
U. S. Senator Spessard Holland can for bringing modern tech- County agent, and W. Harper
\ FMC Corp 1.00 5n 109 700 Am Motors 11% up 1 ; St. Johns County, also hit by
I STOCK recalled the strug- niques and methods for making Kendrich
76 300 War. 50% off % young I Manatee County
I Frito Lay -..-., .. 42th FLASHESNEW Swasey the storm's highest winds, had
Gen Tele .-._ _....-_-- .88 33% MARKET 70 700 U S Steel 62% up 1% gling days of Florida's agriculture Florida agriculture prosperousand agent, were awarded plaquesas $425,000 damage, the governor
,, Ga Pacif 1.03b 52Y.f 54 300 Anaconda 54% up 1U and listed significant 1964 growing," Holland said. outgoing presidents of the estimated.

f Getty Oil .10g 24% 50 500 Int Paper 35 up % agriculture legislation at the an- The Association gave their an- County Agents Association. Clay
YORK (AP) Steels nual County Agents' Association nual man of the in, agri- was 1963 president and Ken-
t Grace Co .. I.COb 53% 49 500 Xerox Corp 1134 up 3%
I Hel Curtis -.- .--.-- .80 134'4i paced the stock market to a Dow Jones Stock Averages 48 200 Sunshn Mng 32% up 1% banquet at the Holiday Inn last culture award to three outstand- drick 1964 president.State 5 Million

IBM 5.00 426% vigorous advance early this aft- 43 100 Beth Steel 42 up '1 night. ing representatives of the indus- Senator Ed Price of
i Int Min c-,1.80a ernoon. Trading was the week'sheaviest. Previous Day | 2nd Hour | 37 400 Glenn Alden 14% up 1 Holland reminded the agents try. Each was selected from Bradenton yesterday morningtold

Int Tele 1.00 55% 864.18 I 30 Indus I up 3.61 36 900 Ford Motor 57% up Vs that the United States was more one of the three county agent the county agents that ag- SeedlingsLost
fractions to about
Kellogg __ .80a 464'4 Gains of a 214.03 I 20 Rails I up 0.82 36 400 Gran C. Stl 29% up 1% respected for its unrivaled su- districts. riculture is not getting its fair
.( Lehman CP 1.3te 29% point were made by key stocks. 151.82 36 (000)()() Gen Motors 991/! off % periority in agriculture than it The recipients were GeorgeW. share of the tax dollar. He urg-
I 0.61
i tetton In 1.9Sf 701,2 I All four top steelmakers UtilI I up 34 700 Erie Lack 5% up % was for diplomacy, and such Morrow of Graceville; rec- ed the agents to wage an aggressive to Dora

1 one S CM 1.00 22 touched highs for the year. They 305.81 I 65 Stocks I up 1.24 AMER EXCH strength is the "greatest asset ognized for his long, time work campaign before the

Marsh lid 1.60 4734Partin shaded initial gains however. 4,250,000 I Volume I 2,670,000average ACTIVE STOCKS that freedom loving people in the peanut industry; J. Ab- 1965 Legislature meets to insure, TALLAHASSEE THe Flor-

M -----.-.r. 1.03 1934cGr Glowing economic news accompanied Volumne Close Change have." ney Cox of Miami, for his workin that agriculture gets top prior ida Forest Service today. an-

Hill _.:.-- .603 35V. the rise another at noon was up 3.61 at 78 000 Day Mines 9% up4 I He noted that Congress is vegetable and fruit production ity in agriculture appropriations. nounced the loss of 5,030,000

""ad Corp 1.70 473 record for industrial output, 867.79 topping its most recent 28 100 Syntex Corp 56 up 3%: trying to solve some of the and broadcasting; and Mil- pine seedlings from their nursery -

r'd.-! ._ 2.ooa 43%' forecasts of unbroken expansionand closing record of 86713. 13 100 Glass-Tite 3 up %I pressing problems facing agri- ton Plumb, agriculture editor of The state senator spoke to the' in Chiefland due to wind
'(1'! Airl .80 49 a rise in retail sales. for U.S. Steel and Bethlehem 12 900 Savoy Indust 26 up 1% culture today pesticide and the Tampa Tribune for 15 years agents at a breakfast at the I''and water damage by Hurricane

Y C'ntI .50g 46.a Motors were which higher except trimmed fractions from their 11 900 Colonial S. 15% up P/4 I cigarette cancer dangers and until 1962.Woodrow. Holiday Inn. Dora.

M Pow -._.... 2,00 568lorfolk Chrysler, dipped a pointin best gains which topped a point. ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS said that appropriations the W. Glenn, Jackson The County Agents Associa- The damage, which occurred

W 6.00 126% profit-taking on Wednesday's2point Republic Steel and Jones & Purchases .......?... 297,540 millions of dollars will be spent County agent, was elected new I tion is meeting in conjunctionwith Sept. 11 and 12, represented a
:0 Ind i P S 1.48 61'Va rise. The trend was gen- Laughlin held fractional ad- Short Sales .......... 2,833 shortly for investigations in both president,of the association and I ,the annual Agriculture Ex- net loss of $12,000 to $15,000, according -

;o Nat Gas 1.80 53% erally higher among rails, oils, vances. Other sales ........- '. 333,307 of these areas. was formally installed in office tension Conference now under to Aaron Jordan, state

Olirj Math 1.20 42 utilities, chemicals, electrical Du Pont recovered than Total Sales ....;. . 226,140 Although he is a lawyer by with presentation of the of- way on the University of Flori- reforestation supervisor.The .
retails more .
Owens 11 G 2.50 104'/4 equipments, computer PREVIOUS DAY'S I da The Conference slash pine seedlings
2. IBM back another profession, H a 11 o n d told the ficial gavel. campus. con-
stocks building materials and came 3
Pae G & E __ 1.00 32% STOCK MARKET agents that his brother was a Ralph T. Clay Jr., Putnam cludes tomorrow.FARMERS' ,were growing in the Andrews
Pac Lting __ 2.40 2911 rubbers. points. Gains of about 2 were Advances ... ......... 582 former county agent. The sena- Nursery, owned and operatedby
Pac T & T 1.20 28% The Associated Press averageof made also by Polaroid, Xerox, Declines . . ...... 470 the for being the Forest Service, arid were
Pan Amer A 1.20 28% 60 stocks at noon was up 1.0 U.S. Smelting and Control Data. Unchanged . ....... 280 members praised of "a group most honorable slated to go to market next

Parke Day 1.00 26% at 323.4 with industrials up 1.5, Corporate bonds were mixed. Total Issues . ... 1,332 month as part of the Service's

Pen 1zoil 2.00 37% rails up .6 and utilities up .3. U.S. government bonds 'ad- New 1963-64 Highs ..... 58 profession. claim the LOANS annual sale. Ready for market,
other can
Pfizer .80a ,478 The Dow Jones industrial vanced. New 1963-64 Lows ..... 23 "No group they would have cost tree farmers -
credit which the county agents
Phelps DG 3.00 70S NOW AVAILABLEThe $4 per thousand.

Polaroid ...-.._...... .20 155 YOUR MONEY'S WORTH mo About 15 per cent of the An-
i Pub SV E G 2.60 391,2 Senate BillAdds Florida Agricultural Extension Service said today it drews crop was damaged by
Pure Oil 1.61) 63 the: two days of rain which totaled -
has been informed that farmers in 24 Florida counties are
a Rayonier 1.OJ 37% Benefits 12 to 16 inches accordingto
elibible, for emergency loans from the Farmers Home Administration
L Rexall .5Gb 575 Goldivater's Tax Plan Nurseryman W. T. Green, of
For Vets
1 Reyn Metl .50 33 Needy Emergency loans can be made under the program for pur- Chiefland.The .

Rich Merr 1.00 55% AP The poses essential to continuing normal farming operations, nursery staff whch nor-
R C Cola 1.20 19% I including replacement of buildings, livestock and crops. mally operates with seven employees -
Committee .has
Roy Dutch .. 1.73g 455 Senate Finance Florida counties has been increased to
- By Sylvia Porterf. eligible:
Searle GD .9:) 615 I f.- t.:., added a reopening Life of Insurance the Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Clay Columbia, Dixie, Duval, 15 in efforts to repair damages

... .-_. 2.CO 87} tional Service Flagler, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Levy, done to the remainder of the
As one of his "first actionsin informed economist thatit He proposed his be program to a Housepassed bill and
Smith Kin 1.20a 62% among authority Madison, Marion, Nassau, Putnam, Suwannee, St. Johns, crop keep losses at a min-
Sou Cal Ed. 1.05 34i the White House," GO P makes sense, and the Presi- subject to veto by Congress he increasing n o n-service-con- Taylor, Union, Volusia, Wakulla. imum. All the trees were about

St Oil Cal > 2.00 65% candidate Goldwater says he dent's chief economic adviser, specified limits on the tax cuts nected veterans pensions.The five months old, and losses cannot -
would ask Congress to vote an Dr. Walter Heller, has been in percentage and durationand pension bill would raise be regrown for planting i

Late Morning automatic 5 per cent cut in eloquently pleading the case most significantly, he tied monthly benefits for some of the this season.

individual and corporation in- for years. The reason our econ- the cuts to start of a business neediest of the 1,277,000 veter- New Rabies Antiserum Tree planting in Florida

N. Y. ListingAllisChal come taxes in each of the omy is still performing so mag- downturn. ans in the program, primarily normally takes place jrotn ear-

22% IntNick 81% next five years. nificently is that it is being Congress lashed back in fury, would World liberalize War I veterans.income' It limita-also Comes From Humans ly December to late Febru- i i

Alcoa 64 IntPap 35%I This is Goldwater's first ma- fed so well by the 1964 and for it is deeply jealous of its Its ary.This
tions governing
jor fiscal policy proposal and 1962 tax cuts. "power' to lay and col lee t was the worst damageever
AmAir 42 Jones&L 87V4
cost Is estimated at $72 millionthe JACK HORAN viduals rabies
AmCan 444 KaisAl 32%I he obviously intends to buildit ((2)) But the Goldwater planis taxes given to it in Article By are given vac- experienced by a state-
first increasing to $111 cine each
during the campai g n. simply too "automated." It I of the Constitution. It year, year. owned nursery said Jordan.
AmCyan 58% Ken'cottAmMot 88V'4 up properly million by the fifth year. ;Physicians treating a per- Edds expalined that where Pour
17% Lig&My 83% This is an extraordinary proposal would cut taxes even if we underlined the danger that The provision for reopeningthe son severely bitten by a rabidor hyperimmune horse serum is years Donna ago eye cf! Hurricane -
AT&T 68% Loch'd 39 from a Senator who voted -were in a runaway inflationand such tax-cutting authority in suspected animal may soon passed directly
insurance program, opposedby used to treat bites about the the Herren
over in Punta
AmTob 35% Lorillard 44% against' the 1964 across-the- the crying need was for the hands of a President could have an antiserum derived nursery -
the insurance industry head or hands, "the danger in- Gorda but caused
AmpxCp 16% Mag'vox 28%,board tax reduction and also restraint of spending. Under become a political come-on to would give an estimated 10 from human donors, according volved in the administration of damages to the only -
Anaconda 54T MM&M 57%: the 1962 investment tax credit the plan, tax rates would go attract votes. What it wouldn't million veterans of World WarII to a Florida Agricultural Exper- the rabies antiserum is well 10 inches of rainfall.crop

Armour 47U Mohasco 14!% for businessmen. It's importantthat down even if an internationalcrisis give to Kennedy, it wouldn't and the Korean War a year to iment Stations veterinarian. known to physicians who have I The state operates another

ACL 79 Mons'to 81% we understand it. forced a sharp upswingin give to Goldwater. take out low-premium policiesup The human antiserum precludes used it to any extentReac- seedling nursery at Munson.
Babcock 35% MontWd 37 FIRST, TIlE PLAN: Goldwater military expenditures. The ((4)) It is just too pat a for- to $10,000.Passed the risk of a dargerous tions to the antiserum occur in

BethStl 42!. NatDair 81% would ask for a system of' tax cuts would go through even mula. Perhaps in one year it by the Senate six reaction which sometimes afflicts 20 to 50 per cent of the treated

Boeing 63?. natDist 27% automatic reductions amount- if the gap between our earn- would be appropriate to cut individual times, the life insurance reopener patients treated with hy- persons.

Borden 77V4 N.AmAv 51V4 ing to 25 per cent over a five- ings and spending abroad (def corporation taxes to has always been rejected by perimmune horse seruiii. The veterinarian pointed out

Brunswk 84 Penney 58% year period. At the end of the icitin our balance' of pay spur the economy, and in: the House. Dr. George T. Edds, head of thai when human serum was
CaterTr 36% PRRA 39% five years individual ra t e s ments) widened to a dangerous another to retire some of the the Experiment Stations Vet- used in 'the administration of 9y

Celanese 66% PepCola 57% would run from 10.5 to 52.5 degree and defense of the dol- national debt'to deflate an overheated Mutual SaysGrapefruit Science Deoartm t tetanus antitoxin, the patients 4yam'
erinary e n ,
Chrysler 65% PhilMor 81% per cent-against 14 to 70 per lar demanded that the United economy. Perhaps in a said a nationwide drive is Cur- had no ill effects. He said the ,

CocaCola 134 PhillPet 54% cent under the 1964 act-and States tighten up. It isn't sensible -third year it would be appropriate Down rently under way to encourage use 'of human serum could

ComEd 54% RCA 32 corporation rates would dropto to freeze tax policy for to expand federal veterinarians who have been solve the dangerous reaction
ConEdis 93% Revlon 35% from 48 five None of Spend-i LAKELAND (AP) Florida problem.
36 per cent percent years ahead. us ing to meet the needs treated for rabies to donate
ContCan 49% ReyTob 45 Each 5 per cent cut can foresee that far in advance society, and in a fourth t o Citrus Mutual predicts a below- blood for a pool of, improved an- .' "The highest antibody
DowChe 725'8 StRegP 32% would amount to about $3.5, what business and inter channel federal funds to impoverished average supply of grapefruit for tiserum. Such blood will be strength against rabies occursin

duPontEAL 270 Seaboard 53 billion or a total of around national conditions will be, or .states and locali- the. nation this season. from veterinarians attending I those individuals who have

26% Sears 122% $17.5 billion at today's income guess the levels of fede r a 1 ties. Robert W. Rutledge, executive the Florida State Veterinarian received Pasteur rabies treat-

E.Kodak 129% Sinclair 45% levels. Goldwater would cut excise I spending. (5) It just is not true that vice president of Mutual, Medical Association meeting at ment, a treatment commonlyused :
Firestone 434 Socony 82 told board of directors meet- before the introduction of
taxes too and would completely ((3) Congress would't give the the 1964 tax law was, as Gold- a Tampa, Oct., 4-6.
50% SouthnC 63% that Florida'scrop
FlaPw ing Wednesday the improved embiyo vac-
reform our tax structure -. power to Goldwater anyway. water charges, "impulsive
FlaPiL 78% SperryR 14Vi politically for the 1964 65 season i The ultimate aim of the program cine," said Edds.
details). He would The automatic '
(no idea of yearlytax motivated '
Ford 58 StONJ 86% gimmickry would be at between 28 and 30 is to eliminate 'delayedserum Because veterinarians are
6% hold spending "in check,"; cuts is NOT NEW. With ."designed to drug the economy -. sickness" which
FrmstDa 12% Studebak million boxes. occursin most frequently exposed to ra-
would "reduce" the debt and Goldwater didn'tgive into
qualifications an artificial boom
FreptSul 42% Swift 51% The first official'' ILS. Depart- some persons, after rabi e s bies and thus treated, they are
count on rising tax revenues to it the has been that would last at least I
80% program past treatment. About 32,000 indi-
FruehTr 34 Texaco ment of Agriculture estimatefor considered the most likel. don-
balance the budget. urged for by highly ,respected -election day/ The bill was f'
GenDyn 36% Thiokol 13% years promised the new season is not due ors to the program. To Speak Here
GenEl 88% UCarb 126 (1) The Goldwater plan does economists and busi- in 1963 and submittedin until Oct. 10.Rutledge After the research and development -

GenFds 91% UnitAirc 59 admit the fundamental sound- nessmen.In early 1963. Then Congress also estimated that Story Time phase of this project is Jack H. Quaritius, president I

GenMills 42 UnFruit 21% ness of tax reduction-even in each of his three messages tore into it and, month after the season's orange crop would completed it is hoped that a potent 'of the Peninsular Life Insur

GenMtrs 99% US Steel 63% the face of a budget deficitto in January 1962 President Ken- month, rewrote it Its final pas- total between 73 and 80 million :.At. Library and safe biological prod- lance Co. of Jacksonville, speaks

Goodrich 57% UnivMat 14% stimulate, the economy. This nedy asked Congress to give sage in February 1964 was a bczes. uct for use in treatment of ex here Friday at themonthly

Godyr 46 WestgEl 37% has been the basic fiscal theory him stand-by authority to order happy incident. This was about Last season's orange crop totaled -.Story time i for_children aged posures' to rabid ammals; will ,meeting of the Gainesville Life
Greyhnd 23% WinnDix 37 of the Kennedy-Johns o n temporary across-the-board reductions the least "impulsive" or "poli 58.2 million boxes and 3 to 7 will be held at the Gainesville then be made available for distribution Underwriters Association. The

GulfOil 59 Woolwth 27% administrations. There is virtually in individual incometax !tically motivated" law in our grapefruit picked out at 262million Public .Library, on Friday through/nit the country meeting will be a noon lunch

InUiarv 84 unanimous agreem e n t rates to combat krecession.rr I history. boxes. ,from 3:15 to 4 p.m. on an emergency basis. eon at the Holiday Inn.
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16 Gainesville bun Thursday September |7, 1964

Let Tomatoes Ripen Before). Gilchrist County .x..'. 'k.. Smaller Farm Yields Hurt

in ..:a t .
J Storage RefrigeratorBefore .
Agents CornerBy ; .

I her refrigerator Mrs. Housewife with a supply stocks'green before stage eating.and must be ripened -II I I II I JIM YELVINGTON As Prices at 9- Year Low

of fresh tomatoes, she should .I .
This is because tomato color
Agricultural Extension
first make certain the fruit is Service
fully ripened. 86 change occurs F. between Comparative 50 and I I Hf in finrk Stmm n rates and taxes accounted for a estimated' the crop as of Sept. {I''compared with 1,137,641,000 in
degrees of the rise. 1, 3,640,267,000 bushels. This
large part as I
Otherwise, says a Florida warm air is needed to give TOO ROTTEN TO PLOW Sink holes resulting from By is 441,733,000 bushels below the 1963.This
Agricultural Experiment Stations tomatoes a deep red hue. Furthermore GRITS LEFT MAROONED Dora are numerous in this area NEW YORK -- The farmersof Prices of farm products usu- !,record; of 4,082,000,000 harvested -)', year's cotton crop is a
scientist, the refrigerator's says Hall chlorophyl CATTLEMEN SING BLUES ,!on the high sandy lands underlain the United States may be fac- ally drop in the fall as har in 1963. I bit smaller than that of 1963,
i, cold will retard normal development needs a temperature of 59 de Although it's too early to accurately with limerock. I have ing a .difficult period. vesting steps up. If this Is the but producers will get less per
and tomato i will grees or above to de:ompose. assess the damage heard of one 25 feet or more case this year,- the' decline will ,(Flood damage to much of j\pound for it because of the low.
'I not redden or sweeten any far. Since the green in a tomato is caused in Gilchrist County by across the top and have seen' Prices of farm' products are start from the lowest point at North Florida's unharvested er support rate. The crop, esti-
there Fruit color and flavor chlorophyl, fruit that is green the 15 inches or so of rain left several smaller ones-one of at the lowest level. in nine years this season in nine years. This corn crop will 1 bring the esti-,mated as of Sept. 1 at 14,945.-

change stop. will stay green if cooled.Dr. by Hurricane Dora, the caption ,these 25 feet deep and straight and yields are generally smaller would be in contrast to the recent mate of this year's yield even;,000 bales, would compare with

J Dr. C. B. Hall, associate horticulturist Hill recommends: above fairly well explainsthe down, with the soil having just than last year As a result, trend in most nonfarm lower.) ,the 1963 yield of 15,300,000 bales.

said that tomatoes Buy the ripest appearing tomatoes situation as of now. 'disappeared I net farm' income for 1964 is expected commodities. Prices of such This year's what crop is somewhat -. Indications are that there will
grown for fresh shipment are and avoid the soft 'and Relatively a newcomer to the Grits left marooned? Yes to drop to the lowest lev- items, including copper, tin, larger than the 1963 crop!be another gain in foreign production
I; usually picked in the mature bruised kind. county, having been here a little I Willie Watson, with his 65-bush- el since World War II. 'lead and other metals have been but the carryover frain. previous i of.cotton this crop year.
i Keep tomatoes not fully ripeat over three years and not el per acre corn crop, is left The increased prices that !advancing. crops of 900 million bushels on Des P te the rising! trend in con.sumption .
room temperature. Tomatoes having experienced this type of with about $3,000 worth of it yet farmers have had to pay for of July 1 was about one-fourth'' abroad, keener competition
Market weather here, I was little to be harvested and he seriously goods and services in the I Although prices some minor :
Egg will color up faster if ex- production '! holding rather lower than the 1,195,000,000 on) for U. S. cotton is expected
posed to light. However, do not taken aback last night after states that it will be January of crops this year have crops there ate have: been de- July 1, 1963. The 1964 crop is! in the international mar.
1 JACKSONVILLE (AP) The place tomatoes in direct sunlight Rotary meeting when Forrest before he can get a ma further added to their difficul [firm. sharp bushels ket.
at 1,289,982,000
placed *
r .. Northeast Florida Egg Market where they could become Beach told Ruby Smith and me chine in the field to harvest it. ties. Further, farmers in many !clines for major crops and for --- - -
prices to retailers: overheated. that, "I have some land I needto Cattlemen in the flatwoods areas have been plagued by un- hogs and beef cattle, the two For vegetables
Extra large 47-50, mostly 49- Don't store tomatoes in tight turn, but it's too rotten to have seen most of their pastureland favorable weather. most.important sources of in I i- top-quality ,

J 50; large 44 i-47, mostty 46-47;; ly-closed containers. plow," meaning, of course, that become LAKEland as the Despite an increase in govern- !come for the livestock ranch.
medium 35&-42, mostly 42; Store fully ripe tomatoes i n he is yet a little afraid to put a water crept in to move their ment payments, which this year I The Department of Agriculture -!, KILL
". small 26-30, mostly 28. refrigerator. They can keep tractor in the field for fear of cows to the highest of the low. are expected to top the $1.7 bil- I estimated that in mid-Au-. \
Poultry at farms: fryers 14. chilled for two or three weeks. losing the tractor and himself. Rufus Beauchamp estimated lion of 1963 by about ,25 per gust growers were receiving.- WORMS
that he 33 bushel for wheat, down from .. ,
last Saturday morning cent, total net income of the na- l ,
might have 400 of his 1,450 tion's farmers may fall slightly $1.77 a year earlier, and $1.12 a
left above water, and the below bushel for corn, down from LOOPERS
Poison Makes Gardeners acres $12 billion. This would I ,
Ivy water moves from Rufus' land compare with $12.5 billion last :$1.19. Cotton -farmers were receiving

only very slowly. Most of the year, $12.6 billion in 1962 and the I 30.57 cents a pound APHIDS ,
other flatwoods soil drains onto down from 32.04 cents a year
postwar high of $17.3 billion in
Rake Skin Not Plant BedsBulletin his.The 1947. earlier. Hogs were from down 16.7 to 15.6 I with newPhosdrin@_ .
County USDA Disaster Based on the monthly reportof cents a pound cents
Committee estimates a $255,000 the Agriculture Department, and beef cattle to 18.3 cents

By HERVEY SHARPE locate playpens in a well inspected No. 175A, "Poisonous]loss to agriculture in Gilchrist the nation's farmers in-mid-Au from 20.4 cents
Agricultural Extension Service place. Plants Around the Home." The County as of this writing.4H gust were receiving 4 per cent With output of most farm
For complete details on home publication is available from CLUB NEWS less for their crops and live- crops this year below that of INSECTICIDE
"Leaflets three, let it be." grown toxic plants, secure Ag county and home demonstration The annual Gilchrist County stock than a year earlier. The 1963, a stronger market normally
This is a good rule to follow if i 4H would have been expected. Bigger vegetable profits will be yours when you stop cab
riculture Extension Service agents: Sears Sponsored department's index in midAugust bage worms cabbage loopers, aphids and other foliage
you are susceptible to poison Poultry Show and Sale will stood at 232 per cent of the However, the lowering of support destroying insects. Use Phosdrin! I
be held tomorrow afternon on 1910-14() average, the lowest for I prices for some crops and
ivy.So Phosdrin kills 'em fast. It such as cauliflower \
protects crops
be careful when cleaning I 'a: the courthouse grounds in Tren- mid August since 1955 and prospects for a slight decline in '
1' cabbage, broccoli and others And you can use
a wooded lot, lake margin or a Ii < ton. This show was originally down from 242 cent a exports have tended to keep
.. .:K, per year Phosdrin to within a few days of harvest without harmful
fence row near the house. i Down to Earth i ;; i 't I scheduled for last Saturday earlier.If- prices weak. Livestock prices residues. For best results, follow label instructions.
Poison ivy is a vine that I $ ., n. I morning, but was postponed because there had been a corre- have been influenced by large Don't gamble your hanest with foliage insects. Stop
climbs fence posts, trees and I of inclement weather. sponding decline in prices farmers supplies from domestic sources them quick with Phosdrin and see the better-quality,
even some ornamentals. It In Levy CountyI aHS ';: Schedule is as follows: paid for goods and services, and high beef imports, particularly damage-free vegetables you'll send to market.
t clings to the surfaces by small 3:30: to 4 p.m. Entry of pul- the situation would not be so, from Australia.
roots along the stems. The lets. troublesome. However, the in-' This year's corn crop, which
1 plant is easily recognized by I LEONARD OOBB 4 to 5 p.m.Judging of pul- dex of these prices increased to has been plagued by droughtand The Kilgore Seed CompanyDivision
the three leaflets at the top ofa i Agricultural Service lets. 313 per cent of the 1910-14() av disease, promises to be the G of Asgrow -Seed Company
long stalk.Botanists I I' Lh.----.- ------ II 5 pm. Sale of pullets. erage, up from 312 a year smallest in several years. The Alachua Florida
with the Agricultural Water, water, water every. mers Home Administration, The pullets are laying strain earlier. Increased in interest Department of Agriculture has ,
Experiment Stations, say the where! That's the story ct Levy provided local credit i is not Harco Reds and most of them
three leaf idea will eliminate County. I haven't heard a farmer available.No are now in production. The public

many harmless plants but will --.-- complain about dry weather other general assstance is invited to see the show, Johnson & FarJS: Headquarters for all Lawn Cr Garden Needs -
keep you safe from poison ivy in several weeks. have been and buyers are welcome. .
and poison oak.Poison Hurricane Dora dumpe d programs this area. The Levy approvedfor County CAN YOU TOP THIS?

ivy causes an itch from 15 to 20 inches of water onLevy Disaster Committee is presently Larry Downing, Wilcox 4-H S .
1 i better known as dermatitis by County, which added to trying to make an assessment boy, and son of Mr. and Mrs.I .
the uptown gardeners. the already swollen streams. of .the extent of damageand Lonnie Downing, harvested: ... ATTENTION!
Regardless of the name, Damage to crops and livestock the needs of the farmers 100.55 bushels of Dixie 18 yel- .
you'll probably claw the itching has been moderate to severe and ranchers in recoveringfrom low corn from a measured 1.3 ir l ',,
.place until they ooze a colorless in some cases. At presentit Hurricane Dora. acres. This is 77.3 bushels per r ".3 FALL
fluid which spreads the poison. is not possible to evaluate the Growers are asked to acre an exceptionally good
this skin ail full damage but most all farmers report ,
Some people get crop and livestock damage to yield for corn in our county. I ;Y'' ; /
ment touching poison ivy or in Levy County have suffer- i
by the ASCS office, county agent's this season. j or.f;..
handling items such as toolsor ed some losses due to this. Congratulations to Larry for'
office in Bronson or FHA officein
pets that have been in storm. I Chiefland, indicating their a job well done. He has MADE I' .% y/, ,/ 6KRDINERS
contact with the plant. Others The corn crop was damaged needs for credit for HIS BEST BETTER. His best rr / -
get a good case of dermatitis by about 30 per cent, with from 20 livestock feed emergency on a purchase efforts last year produced a 1 / /.
smoke of burn- to 50 per cent of the unharvest-i : ,
walking through basis. The committee will meet yield of 59.6 bushels of Dixie 18 /
leaves.A ed corn on the ground. ,! Gr P
ing ivy stems or .
again on Friday to determine corn from his first one acre I /,:.,
few folks swear that they The damage to the peanut / / / i
what 4-H .
needs to recommem! corn project.Loafers'Oxfords
catch the itch via fog droplets crop. has been about 10 percent

drifting past ivy plants. with some growers (about I ,s. .. ,i .>,, rye .
Mild cases of dermatitis can 200 acres) in a delicate position I ; c
be treated with home remedies. with their peanut crop already ELF SERVICE .
These include a shower using plowed up. Many other fields / ,. r yiririrtir i:r :rr..y;;;:: 'u y.y / r

strong soap, or a paste of bak are ready to dig and with this I .r
ing soda. Several remedies are high water, equipment cannotbe The finest Roses
I .: ,..,,,.;...:
taken into of these
4 available at the drug store.If many
a sizable part of your bodyis fields for several days -maybeeven Men's Hand-Sewn
affected, consult a physicianas weeks. Any peanut grower I for Florida .
I ,,,..
be seri will tell when :
ivy poison can quite you a peanut p '
crop is ready to dig you either : ": : .... -
ous.There are a number of other dig it or lose it. Also the '
poisonous plants around the invasion of army worms a nd = $560and $660SIZES6
home. One is the oleander.If caterpillars has left many ; .

you try to rid your property fields completely defoliated. I .>
of oleanders by burning, Seventy five per cent of the I b k Y',
don't inhale the smoke. Smoke native woods and prairie pas- r;; TO 12 FLORIDA GROWN

from this toxic plant is as fatalas tares are under water. About I VALUES '"A: Widths B to D $a.,,. :,, ;, .,
a death chamber.All 10 per cent of the permanent TO s
parts of the plant are poi- pastures are under water. Cat- 14.99 a.,: .> ,
sonous if eaten. One leaf con,tle at present are in faic con ROSE BUSHES :} 'F ., : <
tains enough poison to kill an !dition but many on these low
adult. Dry leaves are as dead native pastures are already be BIG BOYS' and CHILDREN'S Y: .

ly, as green leaves. ginning to scour from eating Famous .BrandWESTERN d' 'Q ,,; d rY
Eating frankfurters roasted on sour grass. About 30 per cent BOOTS Nelson's Florida Roses. .. '. a t., ;. o
oleander of the cattle in
stems may force you Levy County i.
to take a sudden trip to the are on native range and prairie I *,. ..
hospital Eating part of the pastures. Many of these cattle I BIG BOYS' SIZES Container-grown plants grafted ,on For- ,. -

plant' may send you on a one will have to be moved off these 3 tro 6 tuniana Root Stock proven at the Florida s? r-.. ..
way trip to the cemetery. pastures until the water goes I
Oleander poison may cause down. $ 99 Experimental Station at Gainesville to be x

only nausea, dizziness, drowsi- Sink holes have fallen in all 5 Compareat 8.95Children's most resistant to Nematode and Crown -_ -
ness or a decreased pulse rate. over the county as a result of
Acute symptoms include Irregular the underground movement of Gall and produce bigger and more ,- -;' <, ,

heart action, unconsciousness water washing the subsoil blooms. .
repiratory paralysis and away. Sizes
death. The toxic properties of Levy County was included in 8yto3
the plant are from two glucoSe the 24 county area declared! a I See them now., Some ere already in bud,' -"',:.. J

cides nerioside and oleandro- disaster area and is eligible for soon to burst forth in glowing beauty. .i
side.Gloriosa emergency loans from the FarNew -I $499Genuin. ,
or climbing lily I leather Western : -
contains a deadly poison. The Plants Design Up p. r I. Western "
i Heels.. at 6.95 Select .,
plant contains a mixture of al- yours :
kaloids, chiefly colchicine. This Help ExpandState i .
high speed poison acts fast and LADIES I -'J;
death has been known to occurin Industry. +I ,

.four hours.. after eating a tu.
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ber of the gloriosa. Hybrid Teas Floribundas
new plants and expansions
These three of the
are only ANNUAL
score or more toxic plants that headed up Florida's industrial SIZES PLANTS Grandifiora Both in patent and non-
growth in August, the State De- Sto10 60
grow around Florida home- $ varieties.
velopment Commission i Beautiful I Selection patent
steads. Don't become alarmed announced 'I 5 -Just In I

and chop down all your plants, Piper Aircraft Wednesday.Co. announcedit i Choose Your Favorites Cr Plant Now Chicago Peace Tropicana
because continue en
joy all your you can ornamentals, if was increasing its staff at: IN B Block Suede Calendulas. Carnations, Christian Dior Queen Elizabeth
curb the habit of chewing Vero Beach by 60 workers. This}: WIDTHSONLY Black Embossed Leather Holly Hocks Pansies. ,
you leaves or twigs of plants. will bring the company's employment .. Black Stocked Heel Petunias Pinks, 8 9 C Chrysler Imperial Mirandy .
Black Patents
at Vera Beach to'
Many times children are the Snap Dragons More Yellow Eclipse Crimson Glory.
victim of toxic plants. So teach about 800 and will boost production -: PRICES GOOD THROUGH SAT. ALL IN BANDS . z. f
the small fry to avoid putting to eight planes a day. MANY OTHERS tl
anything in their months except A half million dollar trailer i'
manufacturing plant with a j I SERVIC .:
food.Remember that crawlers in weekly payroll of $7,500 was announced i, ELF 1 i
playpens may reach out be for Leesburg by the' ;
tween the bars and make an ABC Trailer Manufacturing SHOE STOREUSE JOHNSON & FARIS me i
oral exploration of anything in Company. An acid plant at I
reach. Grass and most lawn Bartow also announced a mult- .
weeds are harmless but poisonous I mfliIon- ollar expansion. CENTRAL CHARGE AND LAYAWAYOpe. 224 N.W'. 8 th AVE._ PHONE 372.0476 z
mushrooms have of Southern Wires Inc. wul add)I Mo. tkra Sot. 9 ... 'til 9 p.m.
growing within grasp of way tiny, 50,000 square feet to its operations 915 N. llAlkJCT\ SHOPPING IN FOOD CENTER FAIR FREE CUSTOMER_ PARKING ON OUR LOT USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE 'it

fingers. To be on the safe side, at Quipcy.i j

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.. Thursday, September 17, 1964 Gainesville Sun 17

r Rich Dunnellon Fishing Tournament in Full Swing

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In last week's ASTREAM AND AFIELD column, Dun- ton, reports some nice catches this week over the brush crowd out the game fish altogether. It will take a big gam-.

I II nellon's rich fishing tournament was announced. Below are f* 1s piles in the lake. Mr. Grady Rice and-son, Atlanta, broughtin ester to handle them; the shad themselves grow to five.

.1\I\ details and rules for the benefit of Gainesville sportsmen realll ... 28 perch Monday. Billie Joe Sullivan, Gainesville, land- pounds.
who may carry off many of the prizes. ._ ed 24 speckled perch. Ralph Trop di' and wife Frances, The Commission is doing a little research on foreign fish

'.\ The seven-weeks fishing tournament sponsored by the Dun- + alq Jacksonville, boated 8 bass up to 3V4 pounds using artifi- to see if any can measure up. None has so far, although!

;j nellon Chamber of Commerce began early Sunday ,morning cial black worms. the men are working with a promising Import from Africa

'I t and will continue through October 31. that is something like a snook, but in fresh water and
ie cp Orange Lake,
Bob Hardwick, owner of BELAIR MOTEL AND RESORT + Fpw s a grows bigger, to about 100 pounds.

:'I on the river, said the contest will give over $2,000 in week- 9c SixwP' Raymond Perkins and 'T. D Ussery, Macon, Ga., fishing LIVE MINNOWS

ly and grand prizes to fishermen for catching black bass, tiith from HEAGY'S FISH CAMP, caught 66 pounds of bass in

_. panfish, mudfish and gars. There will be 126 prizes given 2 days. They ranged from 3& to 8 pounds and were caught About a dozen live minnows were sent to Florida from

I during the contest in three divisions including children and Frank PililHltt{ on.Rapala lures. the Sudan in Africa and they are growing up in the small

ladies. Sun (lt i1oor Editor fish hatchery at San Mateo, near Palatka. The youngstersare

;i"I Assisting Hardwick in handling the contest are, Harry GULF OF MEXICO reported to be about six inches long now and eating

Hattel, FISH AND FUN RESORT, Chuck Balik, S & S 'V Crystal RiverKNOX'S voraciously. Like all foreign fish they will be tried out in

CAMP Hank Wolf, CAMP WEST, both on the Withlacoo- BAIT HOUSE weathered the hurricane by bringing closed ponds first, so they cannot escape into the wild if
:) chee Backwaters and Dick Bryson, Dunnellon, retired. don't
they. measure up.
and there will be limit the number of hunters who one boat inside and securing the other outside. Theyare "
no on can "The introduction of exotics is a ticklish business, said
ENTRY FEE ready for another good redfish and trout season
participate in each hunt. researcher Jim Barkaloo. "We're not taking any chanceson

Residents of Marion, Citrus and Levy counties will be "The main purpose of the Commission's dove field pro- Withlacoochee RiverPULFORD'S bringing in anything that would hurt our native fish."

.1 charged $1.00 to enter the contest, but no entry fee will be gram IB to provide the hunter with a convenient place to LITTLE All foreign fish are kept in water jails, such as the lakes
required of registered guests of the 16 participating motels, pursue his sport and to attempt to insure average hunter SKIPPER CAMP at Yankeetownhad formed from phosphate pits in Hillsborough County,

hotels, fish camps, resorts and lodges. Hardwick said any- success," Goodson said. 'The fields have been planted with a close call, so close that their pet goldfish got loose while they are checked out. They've got some, too, in tanks
I and somewhere in the river.
one renting a boat, even without a motor from one of the both corn and millet." are living high that they don't even want to identify.The .

\ participating sponsors is regarded as a guest. Additional information concerning the dove fields may be Clifton's Cove brightest prospect for clearing out the shad isn't a

J. To be eligible for prizes all fish must be caught in Rainbow obtained by writing the Commission's office in Lake City. foreign fish at all, but the striped bass, a speedster of 40

Withlacoochee Rivers and Withlacoochee Backwatersin Trout. Mackerel, and Grouper are being brought in daily pounds or more that is native to both the St. Johns and Apa-
1 GAINESVILLE POWER SQUADRON CLASSES to CLIFTON'S COVE MARINA, 3 miles north of Ozello at lachicola Rivers.
what is known as the Dunnellon area.
The Gainesville Power Squadron began registration for
A weekly prize will be given during the seven week last Monday for its free boating classes. The first class will the Causewav.. The catches are being. made off MangrovePoint. Some were planted in the St. Lucie River and apparently

event in each of the divisions for the largest fish caught the are raising little ones.
be held at 8:00 P.M. Monday, September 21, at the Munici-
will be awarded in each Barkaloo hopes to give a few captives enough zip through'the
previous seven days. A grand prize pal Court Room. Registration may still be made at this California Justice
: the entire use of hormones to get them to reproduce next spring in
division for the largest fish caught during con- time, according to John S. Rowe, Public Relations Offi-
.. Three dove hunters on opening day in California got a closed water. If unlimited numbers could be produced at
cer, Gainesville Power Squadron. He be contacted at
I test.The weekly prize in the black bass division will.be. an 1055 N. E. 13th Place Gainesville for may additional informa taste of what judges should mete out in Florida. Arrestedby the hatchery, they could, be turned loose on the shad ev-

Ambassador 5000-A reel and Sportsman rod and the grand tion. game wardens for having 219 doves, 183 birds above the erywhere and give the fisherman a top notch game fish

prize will be a horsepower 1965 Evinrude motor. legal limit for three persons, they were fined $500 each, "There is every reason to think it can be done" Barkaloo

Weekly prize in the panfish division (blue gill bream, FLORIDA FAMILY CAMPERS FALL CAMP-OUT had their hunting and fishing privileges taken away for said. South Carolina paved the way with the same fish sev-

shellcrackers, speckled perch, warmouth perch, stump- three years, and were given a suspended six months jail eral years ago.
knockers) will be a Garcia Abumatic spin reel and an Ac- Family campers of the Gainesville area are reminded of" sentence each. Upon their appealing the case, the judge of- I I
the Florida Family Campers Fall Meeting this weekend, fered six months in So withdrew
tion Rod The grand prize in the division will be an elec- jail. they their appeals.
September 18 19 20, at Moss Park, southeast of Orlando. SPECIAL
tric trolling motor and battery. Such law enforcement for this illegal slaughter is highly -
Campers will flock from many parts of Florida to this commendable and should be practiced nationwide.
I MUDFISH PRIZES beautiful camping area off Highway 15 between Lake Hart LIST
and Lake Mary Jane. Advance registration is not necessary, FLORIDA LOOKS FOR SUPER, FISH Boat-Sleeps 4
t The person catching the biggest mudfish each week will and all interested 1 2CHP. MERCRUISER $4895
win two Coast Guard approved life cushions and two boat welcome. campers or prospective members are Florida would like to find a super fish to welcome into Stern-Drive Inboard $

I seats.' Grand prize in this division is an Ambassador 5000- / its lakes, ponds and streams.It 21' T-BEAM Trailer 3895U.S.

I A reel and Sportsman rod. STATE CONSERVATION: PERSONNELLife is looking around for such a resident, but as gingerlyas With Power Lift

., Hardwick said fishermen are urged to catch all the gars limb and an angler unhooks a thorny catfish. The search is no big
they can. The weekly prize will be two Coast Guard approved wildlife, property are taking precedence. over push, but a rather hit-or-miss sideline. COMPLETELY EQU1PT.
conservation as officers of the Game and Fresh
life cushions and two boat seats. The grand prize in the Water Fish Commission move into disaster areas in north- The fish which it seeks must meet a rather demanding 301 .t FLA. 100

!I. division will be an Ambassador 5000-A reel and Sportsman east Florida with specialized equipment in order to assist test. He must grow big, say 50 or 100 pounds; he must Starke Fla. ;

1 rod. local authorities with search and rescue operations. strike savagely for the angler; he must ,be tasty to eat; ,
The children's division is for 14 and under. The weekly and above all, he must well with
According to A. D. Aldrich, Commission director, wild- get along Florida's native
prize for the biggest bass in the division is a Zebco reel and fish.
disaster with vehicles and outboard patrol boats. How- None need apply that intend to wipe out the state'svaunted
: I rod and the grand prize a transistor radio. 'The same prizes bass and bream. D
: ever of the
reports expected flood from the Suwannee and
be for the division.
'j will given panfish Santa Fe Rivers indicate a need for equipment such as One further point in the new fish's favor would be a liking
Women anglers will fish only for bass in their division. ,
airboats and buggies well the for shad. These trash fish clog lakes in central
swamp as as regular patrol many BOATS MOTORS TRAILERS
"t The weekly prize is a transistor radio while the grand prize -
boats and four-wheel drive vehicles. and south Florida and are expensively poisoned by the State
is a Sunbeam electric hair dryer. SKI SUPPLIESspotlight
: Headquarters fr.th Game Commission based Game Commission every so often. Otherwise would
<.; t Information on the tournament can be obtained at the operation is they L --- -- -
f ; at the commission's regional office located Lake '
at City
Chamber of Commerce of the
or any fishing camps, mo
and under the
Brantly regional
i tels, lodges or resorts in the area.
I manager but 'units will work Snider SetsRetirement
: The weekly contests end each Saturday night. directly with local civil defense -
and law enforcement authorities.
Dunnellon claims the world's largest bass. The big bass
the town refers to in its nickname, is alive at Rainbow Goodson said that "until this emergency is over, the
Commission will have a full of on.
j compliment officers on duty r-;
f Springs. It is estimated to weigh around 25 pounds. Maybe
twenty-four hours day, with additional officers .
a world's record will be set during this tournament. a on stand- arr
r by for immediate duty. NEW YORK (AP) Duke

WHERE ARE THE REDFISII? Owners of hunting and fishing camps along the riversare Snider of the San Francisco .

,jf: The questions most frequently asked your columnist this damage.urged However to remove, travel their on possessions the flooded to rivers help prevent is extremely flood- Giants and once one of baseball's I RREEM M .... ...

', week have been about redfish. Where did they go when dangerous and extreme caution should be used at all most feared sluggers;!,

.j hurricane Dora lashed Homasassa, Yankeetown, Crystal River times. announced Wednesday he would i:'
\ Cedar Keys, Wacasassa, Suwannee and Horseshoe -
-f retire at the end of the season
r Beach Where are they now that floods have swept the FISHING
M!| coast between the Chassahowitzka River and Steinhatchee? Newnan's Lake Dick Young, sports writer of the i

t Does the great tide of fresh water cause them to seek salt Before the deluge, speckled perch and bass fishing had Daily News, reported in his:I > : : Hand-Sewns

water far from shore? Or are they still to be found in "holes"or picked up considerably. At McGILVRAY'S FISH CAMP Earl story from San Francisco.Young \

near oyster bars close in? Talk with three dedicated red- Poythress and Jerry Sheffield, Gainesville, accounted for I
fishermen and with 59 speckled perch, J. L. is traveling with the .
I you may come up three different an- Hughes and his mother, Gainesville '.

swers. 20 perch, William Yarborough and Jack Coon, High New York Mets, who beat the .' '
\ I : Worn by Best Dressed Menon
PUBLIC DOVE HUNTING FIELDS Springs, their limits of perch. R. J. Kinley, Ocala, limit of Giants Wednesday 4-0. .'- '
bream, Bobbie Gill, Gainesville, limit of bream, Jake Campus-About Town-Everywhere.

Two public dove hunting fields will be provided for sports- Standridge, Gainesville, 3 bass-6, 5, and 1% pounds, and Snider, an outfielder nearinghis 1 ,
starred with
men in the northeast region by the Game and Fresh Water LaRue Boyd, 2 bass cf 7Vi and 4=;4. pounds. Catches of many 38th birthday, !

Fish Commission during the 1964 65 hunting season, according bass are expected now that the water is way back among the old Brooklyn Dodgers and I
! to Regional Manager Brantley Goodson. the cypress trees. the Los Angeles Dodgers beforehe i Flexible and Soft

One of the fields will be on the Camp Blanding Wildlife was traded to the Mets in' G .)in Slip-ons With
Lake Santa Fe sold him to the
Management Area in Clay County and the other will be the Mrs. Bob 1963. The Mets H ndsewn, Leather
Norman Sanchez Field in Suwannee County. A $2.00 daily Shipman, of SHIPMAN'S FISH CAMP, Earle- Giants early this season. I IT Lined Front to

dove field permit, in addition to regular hunting license, is I Assure YourComfort

I required or older for all hunters, except residents 65 years of age New Mascot 'I .E-R-R.I.F.I.C .

I The Camp Blanding ,Field will be open for a limited numher For Cadets BOATING BAgGAINS I.

of hunters on October 7, 14, 21, and 28. Hunters who "4,
wish to participate in these hunts
must obtain an application HANNIBAL, Mo. (AP) A New Span American New Carter 14-Ft. .
from the office of the
Game and Fresh Water Fish BOAT
Commission in Lake City. The application, with a cheeck to M i is sou r i-born mule that New 65-H.P. New RUNABOUT 14-Ft. Murray

cover cost of permit must be completed and mailed back changed its residence to Illinoisis
MOTOR TILT TRAILER Brown or MahoganyCalf
to the Lake City office prior to October 1. about to become the mascot New Murray Used 30-H.P. and Golden

The Sanchez Field will be open each Wednesday and Sat- of the U.S. Military Academy at TILT TRAILER EVINRUDE ELEC. Scotch Grain. A-D
urday of the dove
season. Permits will be sold at the field,
West Point. Reg $2068.00 Reg. $595.00 15.95

I .r !,0.0};%;'Swww.wyr "
c.MY 4Y West Point's mascot, Hanni- ,.

{ : bal, 1, died last March. Theacademy's $1555" $595 ; ; ? '
; : .
F }o s need was relayed to --- ./

tl i the Hannibal Chamber of Com: New TAILORCRAFT Boat

,,'. Solunar Tables ,,.,.,,,,,,.. merce by Lt. Thomas Gallagher,, New MURRAY Trailer
i of Hannibal. Black or Brown
.1 Textured Calf.
:il 1. ; WJ I The chamber had a difficult VERY SPECIAL AA-D
i :SSs AUSUAA time locating a Missouri mule.
but -found animal UP TO 36 MONTHS-NO DOWN PAYMENTFRANK1S 15.95
The schedule of Solunar Pt-iods. as .shown In finally an
regular type
are of somewhat I
J printed below, has been ta e.i from shorter duration. belonging to Forrest Baucom of MARINE
John Alden Knight's SOLJNAR TABLES. Use Eastern Standard time
Plan your days so that you wi.l be fish- A.M. P.M. Liberty, Ill.
I *I cover ing in during good territory these tunes.or huntirg H voo in good wish Day Minor Major Minor Maier I II MERCURY OUTBOARD SALES & SERVICE
Friday 2.30 1.41 2:50 f:M He assured the chamber the
) the. best sport that each day hat to offer. -Saturday 3:15 ,:ZS 3:X t:45 I 1031 S. Main 'St. FR 6-7629
mule Missouri-born.
The Major Periods are shown in boldface I Sunday Monday 4 1:43:CO II It::OS$' 4 5CO:IS II 11:20:30 ___was_n _. ___._ -
type. These begin at the Mires shown Tuesday S:35 11:40 3.53
and last for an hour and a h-.ll or two,!Wednesday 4 25 12:11 t:4\ 12:35 'i
hours thereafter. The Minor Periods, 'Thursday 1 I
7:251:05 7: 0 1.30Registration
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Friday -CEDAR High KEY.t 12:20 TIDES*m. and This WeekGrade ,1 :
11::5 ..m. Low at J.J1 am. and 6:23
,. p.m.
I 12 Saturday:0* p-m. -Low High at 6:21 at 12:47..m. a-m.and and:57pm. t' and junior high school. -.! IfAO :

boys, '8 through 13, I ..
may reg
f Sunday High at 1:11 a.m. and 12:41
i p.m. Low at 6:59 a.m. and 7.?) p.m. ister for the Punt, Pas and
at 1:31 am. and
Monday -
1:36 pm. Low at 7.30 a.m ant 7.55 Kick competition at the Boys'
,l p.m. Club between 3-5 pjn. ar.d 7-9:30 sl JN.a i ptr ,
Tuesday at 1-53 ejn. and ?
\ 1 t 1.04. pjn. LowHI:02 a.m, and I:23pm. p.m. Monday through Friday ;

Wednesday High at 2:16 urn. and i and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Satur- A ,"- <
2:44 p.m. Low at 1:36 ajn. and f:'! pjn. days until Oct 9. Each boy s pate J -f-S' .
Thursday High at 2:40 a.m. and
3:26: p-m. Low at ':12 ajn. and f 26 pm.i must be accompanied by a par- B-L SHOE DEPT.

i ent or guardian.The .. Ii \0 : ;
i Cotton hyens ,
Alachua + it
a 4YS
County Competition rT'w
a. .s4 X k .M.1-or. ;
Takes Victory will be beld Saturday, Oct. i '-., "
i 10, at the Boys' Club at Wal, Look T 10.-, .
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) do Road and N. E. 8th Avenue I = B-L 'h-
l Local winners will be Dept
Cotton Owens of Spat tanburg, &ncr.unc-I "
S.C. drove his 1964 Dodge to ed at that time; and Frank OPEN 5 TO 6 P.M. .
SUbsequent-I' Philpott'sSport DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY For The Finest
I I victory Monday night in the ly notified for 9 AJ4.TO 6 P-M-SATURDAY. ''
Capital City 300 Grand National tion for which they may be eligible i 1 Other Times Fashion-Fit : THE STORE WITH MORE

1 stockcar race at. .the State. Center by Appointment GXINES/ILU SHOPPING CENTER

Fairgrounds.David ., Sponsor of the Aiachua County SKI BARS. HUNTER ANDNmlb And Selection '302 NORTH MAIN STREET

Pearson, also cf Spar- Punt, Pass, and Kick Competition of Bctk-LiiubeY_*' MONARK OATS

tanburg, was second in tnother: is Shaw and Keeter Mo 20 N.W. 14tk Aye. '. JACKSON MeCULLOCHMOTORS.AND MONARK..-

'6-! Dodge and Rit-hard Petty;of tor Company. The evet 1 Is cosponsored WHERE QUALITY ,SELLS ITSELF"FR CANOES ,AND 1 (
I Randleman N.C., was third in a by .the Bo>s" Club ol 2-5011 or FR 6-6893 0 MURRAY TRAILERS .- .: ,CENTRAL CHARGE B-L CHARGE LAY AWAY :

1 '64 Plymouth.. Gainesville. "

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1F---8:! GalflesvilleSuni Thursday, Septemberl7,1964I

Seats Available CLASSIFICATIONINDEX Baby SiHirs, ChI! ConTENTthefljj.

I Former UF'er I Schools Note y I NOWIS ; .,

to Tonight For for children reasonable In PierFR644$1. t
home at Dt SE 1st Av*. Phon

Found Dead ._
Theater PlayThe WILL baby sit in my home. FLA.
VET 2. S10 weekly and Saturday

t Tn Apartment National Constitution WeekBy Gainesville Little Thea- ANNOUNCEMENTS : .SOe per hour. Call a-4343.

ter reopens its old fashioned 1 In Memoriam 11 FEMALE HELP WANTEDRestaurant. \
2 Card of Thanks
A 26 ,melodrama "Dirty Work at C WANfEDTMTnTr
yearold former University 3 Lost & Found

of Florida student from STAN KULP I Mrs. Johnson said. Principal the signing of the Constitution Ithe Crossroads," tonight at the 4 Personalized Services _W. University. Apply Ave._In person 232J

Burma was found dead in his Charles Palmour of Sidney La- Sept 17, 1787. Little Theater building on NW J Travel Information WAITRESSES WANTED. Howard

Constitution Week celebrating I aside in i Special, Notices Johnson's Restaurant please apply -
apartment here Wednesday nier, will use the Constitution Sept. 17 was set 16th Ave.Director. in person to 2830 N. W. 13trt

an apparent suicide victim. the signing of the U.S. 'materials'in the library and in 1952, as Citizens Day, to recognize Esther Lane said 7 Florists THE St.
I Sitters Child Can
\ Gainesville police said Htay Constitution, will be observedat 'sixth grade history classes. all newly naturalized citizens -seats are still available for to- .. 9 Places To Go And WANTED- all shifts.experienced Larry's Restaurant waitresses i.

: Swe, 1314 NW 2nd: Ave., had three Gainesville schools and Radio spot announcementsare II and all those who had night's per for mance. Friday Things To SeeAUTOMOTIVE _1725 W. Univ. Ave. _[

been shot in the head with a .22 the Girl Scout hut starting to- also being planned, said come of age. night's program is SJld out. : APPLICATIONS Aides and help taken in other for De Nurses art.

In 1956 Citizens Day was extended -Late this A GLT ments. in
caliber rifle, which was found day.Mrs. Mrs. Johnson. morning, Apply person GainesvIlle -

near his body."According Robert L. Johnson, Mrs. Robert Mullin, home to a week and the name I spokesman said tickets for Sat- Nursing Center._

to Swe's neighbors -chairman of Constitution Week, 'economics teacher at Westwocd was changed to Constitution' urday night's p e rformance 76 78 Airplane Trucks for Sales-Rentals Sale TIME WANTED Apply Humpty experienced Dumpty waitress.Restau-

of the will have Sflfl( Week said Mrs. Johnson to all sold. rant. 310 NW 13th St.
he was awaiting 0 r d for the Daughters Jr. High, some were nearly 79 Trucks Wanted _

from the Burmese embassy in American Revolution said observances girls of the Future Homemakers -make Americans more awareof Reservations may be made 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals WANTED to experienced begin work Legal immediately Secretary -

I Washington which would have will be held at Association make up spot our Constitution. for tonight's performance by, 82 Trailer Rentals for munsurate Senior with Partner.experience Salary com.and

; resulted in his return b Bur- Gainesville High School, West- announcements to be used over "Anyone who is interested, calling the Gainesville Little 83 Motorcycles & Scooters ability. Fringe benefits: Blue

wood Jr. High and Sidney La- the school intercom system not just the DAR," said Mrs. 84 Automobile Repairs Cross and Blue Shield. For Interview .
ma ,
l ,, Theater. 85 Automobiles for Sal TO .. contact E. A. Clayton or
; Det. C. Snowdeo and Capt. nier Elementary, in addition to Mrs. Johnson said. Johnson, "can hold an observ- The play features musical 86 Swap Cars James E. Clayton. Phone 372-1591.

R. T, Angel headed the investi! the Girl Scout Hut. Four Gainesville churcheswill ance. Constitution Week is a numbers by Del and Jane Ster- 87 Autos WantedEDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCED Must be over 21.waitress Call FR wanted 2-4690.

gation. At the Girl Scout Hut Mrs. have observances on Con- time to study, and a time to rett Professor Robert Carson Manaro's Restaurant 2120 Ha_

Johnson will present a facsimile stitution Week in their bulle- think, about our Constitutionand and, other local musicians. thorne Rd.WANTED ._

I of the Constitution and a tins Mrs. Johnson said. Theseare our forebears." experienced cashier. Evening
The copy for the next shift. Apply Larry's Restau-
; circumference of the] Tryouts play, IS Schools & Instruction
of the Constitutionand rant 1225 W. Univ. Ave.
bound copy First Baptist, First Metho- _
Great Red Spot on Jupiter is' NOTICE OF SALE 'The, Ugly American, will beheld 19 Music. Dancing
of the DAR citizenship CURB WAITRESSES day and
greater than that of the earth.II' a copy dist, First Presbyterian, and TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: at the theater Sunday aft- 20 Wanted-Instruction night shift, top wages. Applyin
manual. Holy Trinity. You are hereby notified that the following person Jerry's Restaurant,
motor vehicle: Ford 59. 2-dr H-T ernoon at 2 p.m. and Mondayat J 2310 S. W. 13th St.
The manual is the officialone Constitution Week celebrates BVAS145O40 will be sold at public sale _
I at 11:00 am o'clock on the 22nd day p.m. public EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCED Dry cleaning
and the used by the U. S. Immigration Apply in person onlyto
of Sept.. 1964, at General Finance Corp.of participate.IN presser.
DROPS OF JOY BANDnow Service. It is written so it Fla. N.. 718 N. Main: St.. Gainesville 11 Female Help Wanted THAT One Hour Martinizing 31*
Celebrity Admits Fla. The proceeds of the sale will 12 Male Help Wanted N. W. 13th St._
at the : is easy to read. be applied first to the payment of the THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE Female j I
The three schools will have a costs of retaking, storing and sale of EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND 13 HelP-Male or "ROAD TO :1
DEW DROP INN I I ChargesVAN said motor vehicle and the cost of pub- FOR ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA. 14 Sales Help Wanted YOUR
bulletin display and will hold lication of notice of sale and then to LAW NO. 3144 16 Work Wanted Female SUCCESS"Do
529 S.W. 4th Ave. I the satisfaction of the balance due under STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA -
I observances during the week, NUYS, Calif. (AP- the contract with Thelma Sanchezof 17 Work Wanted'Mal.* I
PO Box 83 Newberry Fla. coveringthe an Agency of the State of Florida you hove on AVON
Manuela Thiess, stepdaughterof financing of said motor vehicle. Any Petitioner BETTER
actor Robert has surplus will be paid to you and you will A. P. HALL et al.! Representative calling on
Taylor, remain liable for any balance remain- Defendants. FARMS & LIVESTOCK you regularly? If you don'tperhaps

RENT.A-TV pleaded guilty to a charge of ing unpaid under said contract.BY ALIAS NOTICE OF RULE NISI! 26 Farm Equipment it is an open territory ,
drunkeness. She was arrested Collecting Manager CEEDING: 27 Feed & Fertilizer which could offer you !

Tuesday in Venice, Calif., as (3422) 9:17 IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY 28 Livestock & Supplies an excellent earning op .

TECH TELEVISION she lay on her back, kicking her NOTICE OF SALE TO OF ALL THE WHOM STATE IT OF MAY FLORIOA CONCERN!: ; 29 Landscaping Top Soil portunity. Start now tor
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: big Christmas profits. No !
30 Pets It Supplies CARl!
122 N.W. and to all persons and parties claimingor
16th Ave.
feet, in the middle of a street. You are hereby notified that the following having any fight title, interest, estate 31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL experience necessary. Port '

Miss Thiess, 21, was quotedby ster TS45510L motor vehicle will :be Triumph sold at O public Road morgage or other lien to or on time. Write AVON. P. O.
those certain 'parcels of land hereinatt-
police as saying: "I was sale at 11:00 a.m. o'clock on the 22nd er described and the follow!" persons Box 448 Gainesville. Florida :
; TOMORROW THAT day of Sept.. 1V64 at General Finance together with all unknown persons or call FR 2-0421.
wine beer and
drinking whisky Corp. of Fla. N.. 71S N. Main St.
claiming by, through. or under known
YUM-YUM MAN IS BACK! with two dudes who left me in Gainesville. Fla. The proceeds cf the sale persons who are dead. or wno are rIot 54 Business Opportunities WANTED woman for repair work.
\ will be applied first to the payment of alterations. See Mr. Welch.
known to be dead alive
or 57 to Loan
the alley. Boy, were they cool." the costs of retaking storing and sale Eddie Bradleyor : Money IN No phone calls. 441 SE 2nd st.., i
of said motor vehicle and the cost of 58 Mortgages Stock's Dry Cleaners._
tuIR She is the daughter of Taylor's publication of notice of sale and then to ( if deceased the heirs of 59 Money WantedMEIlCHANDISE
\ Eddie Bradley
: R HOUSEKEEPER (white preferred)
the satisfaction of the balance due under
wife former actress Ursula Address Unknown and child .
-the contract with Edgar O. Yates, 1511 care to lIve In or out. '
Thiess. SE 25th Ave., Gainesville, Fla. CoverIng SRD No. 281 Transportation needed if out.
& the financing of said motor Vehicle. Phone 374-8022 between 3 & 7
LEMMoNaSDEH The Heirs of Manuel Harris P.M. or apply at 306 NE 44th St.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Any surplus will be paid to you and
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME you will remain liable for any talance Address SRD No.Unknown 281 61 Wanted to Buy WANTED cashier counter girl.full I.
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida remaining unpaid under said contract. 62 Machinery & Tools NORTH time experience preferred.

Statutes notice is hereby given that the BY: M. T. BARNHART The Heirs of s.aza Johnson 43 Building Materials Apply In person Kentucky Fried
GOOD undersigned, DOUGLAS E. FACKENOER. Collection Manager Address Unknown Chicken. 214 NW 13th St._
(3621) 9:17 44 Household Goods
formerly doing business .as DOUG'S SRD No. 281 WANTED two or three women to
DAIRY TWIST DRIVE-IN IS HOW doing 45 Antiques make drapes & slip covers. If
business under the firm name ofDOUGS LEGAL NOTICE The Heirs of Lula Kelly 44 Misc. For Sale you don't know how, we will teach
The University of Florida will:! receive
; DAIRY TWIRL 2117 N.W. Address Unknown you. call at 220 SE 21st St. or
HBGHBOR bids for the general class cf commodities 67 Trading Post .
SRD NO. 281 _phone FR 42297.CASHIERS ,
6th Street. Gainesville Alachua County as indicaed below. Interested bid-
'1 Florida and Intends to register said 49 Fuel Oil & Woods CENTRAL
ders may obtain forms specifications and The Helrrs of Clinton DuBcst FOUNTAIN
(M* SMB&M,5 fictitious name of DOUG'S DAIRY other information by contacting the Pur Address Unknown 70 Boats Marine Equip. GIRLS
.... the of the afore
TWIRL under provision chasina Division. Room 106. T-a-rt Hall. SRD NO. 281 71 Camp > Hunt Fish
: said Statute. University of Florida Gainesvil'e! Flor SNACK BAR
93 72 Office Equipment Age 25-40, night shift 3 P.M. to 11
; U b fJly} SPdM" G. JUSTISS 64-Meat and Staples bids open every NO. 281 73 Musical Merchandise midnight. meals & uniforms fur.
Law Tuesday 10:00 nished. Contact Mr. George. Sum-
Attorney at BORROW PIT
.. mrs, main cafeteria U ef Fla
I 64-Hospital Supplies bids
113 South Main Street open every BORROW PIT NO. 6-PRIGHT STAI
f }Ii1 rvJ: : U : Gainesville Florida Monday 3.00 BORROW PIT NO. 6-P FLORIDA'S.LARGEST
L 12 Mole Wanted
T. N.
) (3S7S 1:27; ':3. 10, 17 Easterly) and
J lli!! lM.l c..; qL ;!' Director of Purchasing 71.94
LEGAL NOTICEThe (3624) 9:17. 24NOTICE That part of: 32 Mobile Homes for Sale BARBER WANTED FR 2-9976.

r .<< : t University of Florida will receive TO CREDITORS The NE/4 of the NE'/i of Section 32 33 Lots for Sale MECHANIC WANTED. 3 days.
: .., the general class of commod-
; { : 't bids for indicated below. Interested bidders FLORIDA STATUTESIN Township 9 South Range 19 East. :34 Waterfront Property good working conditions. Barkley
'.' ;.: ities as obtain forms. specifications the Court of the County Judge, Ala (1)[ described as follows: Commence on 35 Houses for Sale Motors. 2201 N. Main St.
m. ; f may chua County, Florida In Probate. the North boundary of aforesaid Section _
t the
; t .1', M" and other Information by contacting ef 32 at a point located 4437.60 feet Eastof 36 Cottages for Sale ROUTE salesman for soft drink
ii Purchasing Division, Room ICt. Tigert In re: Estate the Northwest corner, thereof, thencerun company. Must be bondable, age
37 Real Estate
I' DICXERSONDeceased. Exchanged
Hall University of Florida Gainesville. ELLEN A. South 00 degrees 35'01East 300 23-38. Phone FR 24511 9 to S
I Florida. feet to the Point of Beginning of afore- 38 Real Estate Wanted weekdays._ 7
Te All Creditors and Persons Having .
''I 64- Meat and Staples bids open every said Borrow Pit No. 6-P, thence North
39 Out of Town Property LOCAL
10:00 Claims er Demands Against Said Estate bottling company needs one
Tuesday 89 degrees 24' 59" East 100 fPe'. thence
route salesman for established
I bids every : 40 Business Properties
64- Hospital
South 00 degrees 35' 01East 800 feet
; 3:00 You and each of you are hereby notified route, 5 day week salary plus
Monday thence South 89 degrees 24'59" West 41 Residential Income commission. at 1319 S.
claims Apply
> 10:30 and required to present any
... c&h jAintiz 64-122 Military Uniforms and demands which you or eitfier of 400 feet, thence North 00 degrees 35'01" 42 Farms & Acreage Main St. between 4:30 t 1:00 PM.
Sept. 24, 1964 West 800 feet, thence North It degrees
Vme you may have against the estate of EL. MARKETPLACE YOUNG MAN
11:00 FOR furniturs
64-125 Laboratory Equipment 24-59" East 300 feet to the Point of Beginning 43-1 Colored Property Sales warehousing
LEN A. deceased
Sept. 25, 1964T. and delivery. Must havedrivers' ,
: I A N. WELLS of said County. to the County Judge! of license. Apply In person .
Alachua Florida, at his office in Containing 7.35 acres more or less.
Purchasing County to Furniture Manufacturer's Sample
Director of -
cla: L I (2) Haul Route lying within 20 feet of a
the court house of said County at Gainesville -
(3604) 9:10 :t7O1Wf.N : House, New WillUton Rd. at
line described follows RENTALS
survey as : Begipat
LJ r i Florida, within six calendar months Ocala .
CA.OfTla A.. from the time of the first publication of the Point of Beginning of Borrow Pit 43 Colored Property Rentals hwy.CARRIER _
No. 6-P as located above and i-n North BOYS between 12 J. 15
this notice. Each claim or demand shall
Jm 1 be in writing and shall state the place of 00 degrees 3501" West 300 feet to end 44 Cottages for Rent yrs. old needed for paper routeIn
I residence and post office address of the of said survey line. 45 Furnished Apts. the N.E. and N.W. Sections.
:. claimant. and shall be sworn to by the Containing 0.24 acre more or less exclu- 46 Unfurnished Apts. Wonderful experience for your
his sive of existing road right of way. son daily contact with the pub-
[ claimant. his agent or attorney and
OWNED BY: Cherry Harris and husband 47 Houses for Rent Furn
lic him
for a leading role
THWat any such claim or demand not so filed prepares
shall be void.MARGARET. Manuel Harris. 43 Houses for Rent Unfurn. In his future. For more information
)I JfLAST w'._RJ .2G.91 I RUTH BECKENBACHAS (3602): 9-10, 917.2 101. call Gainesville Sun Circulation -
we.I You. and each of are hereby commanded 49 Rooms for Rent
t6i1tJw you Dept. 3n.1<<1.
executrix of the Last Will and _
TWO TIMES Testament of to appear by filing en Answerto 50 Mobile Homes
MAN wanted for local wholesale
the Petition heretofore filed in this
3 EXCITING HITS! ELLEN A. DICKERSON. cause In the entitled Court, on obefore 51 Misc. Rentals FOR milk route. Must be married

I wccaEedJcazLJ( I MICHAEL CONNORS OPEN 6:45 SHOW 7:15 First publication deceased 3eptember 10, 1964 October 30 1964, to show what right title 51A Wanted To Rent bondable previous experience. age
21-35 and high school gradual
Interest lien
or you or any you
LATE AS 1:35CARLOAD 52 Boarders Wanted
SEE 2 Clara Gehan
I Floyd have In and to the above > described preferred. Apply 204 S. W. 5th
L EDWARD ANDREWS LOUIS NYE ROBERT Q. LEWIS 11 West University Avenue lands, and show cause why the same 53 Office Desk Space St._

I $1.00 I Gainesville.for Florida Executrix should not be taken for the uses and purposes 54 Business Rentals CABINET MAKERS. Custom Cabinet -
Attorney set forth in the Petition flied here-
Ed idGJuN (3405) 9:10, ':17. 9:24, 10:1 & Mill Work Inc. has Immediate -
in.WITNESS openings for cut-out men.
7:15EVIL my Hand and the Seal of assemblers formica men & truck
OFFRANKENSTEIN said Court on this 4th day of September SERVICE NEW driver. Call to arrange for Interview -
.e.s........ A. D. 1964.J. 372-350 daytime. or 372-0070
I ...e .C.Ce B. CARMICHAEL 22 Special Services after P.M.EXPERIENCED._
............. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT man to help manage
23 Home Improvements
store. Must be bond-
1:55 grocery
ANGIE DICKINSON Trl6I 24 Radio & TV Service able. Capable of stocking order-
: LAST DAY Ing & helping In store. Hubbard
Deputy Clerk
THE KILLERS 25 Appliance 8> FurnItureWANTAD Circle Grocery. corner N. W. 16th
"THE NEWINTERNS" e.. .. .e.lr" BRUCE J. DANIELS AND Ave. & Millhopper Rd._
e. .
a *
DICK VAN DYKE TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDAOF RATESPH. agency prefer person with some
214 NW 13th FR 66472ALSO COUNSEL FOR THE PETI rlONER. insurance experience I must
: -i---- IN OCALA (3602) 9:10 17. 24; 10:1 have car & be over 21. Compensation -
372-8441 depends on applicant. Re-
ply Box 569-A care of Gainesville
for Sun stating qualifications.

Classified Only CLAIM ADJUSTORDue

r'1 iiflfl USED to unprecMented growth &

DEADLINESTues. expansion, Allstate has excel
lent opportunity In the Gainesville -
area for a Casualty Adlus-
thru Frl. papers ter with 2 to 5 yrs. casualty experience .
5:30 p.m. Day before publication & a Property Ad luster ;.
with 2 to I yrs. auto physical
damage adjusting experience.
For ads to go In Sun. paper-
12:00 a.m. Sat. CARS These positions offer good starting I
salary. opportunity for personal
For ads to go in Mon. paper-
growth 81 an outstanding employee -
1 p.m. Sat.Minimum.
benefit program.If ..
i1hcerstt91jjI ( ad 4 lines)

Announcements you qualify call or write full
details In confidence te J. D.
Wilkerson, Personnel Dtp. P.O.
FAMILY RATES Box 11269. St. Petersburg Fla.
I Insertion .......... 34c line

"A Woman of No Importance' Oscar Wilde 3 Insertions .......... 22c line LOST during hurricane two yr. old ALLSTATE

6 Insertions .......... 17c line male yellow Weimaraner eyes, (0 pounds.gray North coat of INSURANCE CO.

Tonight 9:00 WUFT-TV Channel 12 Insertions .......... 14c line Newnan's Lake. Ans. to Pow.
w-rd. P"Fa 2-1052. MEATCUTTER wanted reliable dependable
fun time. Apply In
Total charge computed by FOUND Dalmatian dog in frontof person East Side Market 1424
J. Hillls Miller Medical Cen Hawthorne Rd. ,
multiplying total lines x rate ter. Can be claimed by IdenH-
earned x number of Insertions. fication. Call FR -7091.. FULLTIME salesman wanted. Retail
5 Five letter words per lint clothing and furnishings. Experience -
Admission 1.00 LOST blue wallet In Physics Bldg.on necessary 'In retail sell f
: place meet Sept. 8, 1964. Money not important ing. Salary commensurate with "
contents are. Reward.
No Passes Phone FR 6-2357. ability and experience. 5'h day ;
IMlLESN:1lHoFUNiV. 8 Point week, insurance benefits. Writ j
friends Same as 2 lines ordinary type resume to box 4(1-A to arrange
tiMTIIE 11I.1 ATTMCTNH OF AlL TIME for personal Interview._
12 pointSame LEARN TO DRIVE .peciai aV WANTED male cook .must be at I
tention to nervous or elderly. least 20 yrs. old, full time. N.
3 lines
as ordinary type
groups AT SPECIAL POPULAR PIKES! Easy Way Driving School. FR students please. Apply In per.
2-7002. Lie bv State of Fla. son Kentucky Fried Chicken.

clubs for lunch and dinner 18 PointSame Beauty on a Budget SALES TRAINEE and delivery boy. !
8 advance
AU work guaranteed 40 hr. week; good
as 4 lines ordinary type Perm. SS up Sham-set SI.50 up ment. Must have driver's license
I 14 E. Univ. Ave. 372-772 I high school education. Se*
Open nights by appt. Mr. Smith at Parker's 601 W. ;
Carriage A DRESSMAKINGReasonable Univ. Ave.

IIf- 24 Point Fast EfficientExperienced OLD Florida company expanding In (
.coLon BY DE LUXE area. W* now have positions
NE Section 371-5171 available for 14 men. 21 yrs. and
Same 5 lines
as ordinary type
Steak Room : PERFORMANCES AT 8:00 up. experience not necessary. W*
6 SPECIAL NOTICESLOSE tram. Write box 584-A CoO Gainesville
: BOXOFFICE OPENS AT 6:30 Sun giving return and qualHkatios. -

L WEIGHT Mfely with new .

36 PI. Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only ft cents. SALESMAN ,
I 3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug Man 20-40 yrs. to work hi the area
,. Company. of Central Fla. Car required. Out
0-,.. ,' ''. ,. ., \. a Special Lunch 'PLAYBOY'S' PLAYMATEFOR Monday AJ\A. to Friday P.M.
: \ from HAVE YOU SEEN Sam as F tines ordinary type NEEDED all. unused books.books.Friends outgrown -. each week. S105 per week salary
books and excess

( ; r" SEPTSHE'S ONE OF POLLY'S GIRLS IN your help' of for the their Library Used solicits Book< with Permanent added weekly position.Incentive Write pay.Mr.
fJrnIr I $1.25 Ave.,
.111 Gainesville H. f. McCulla. 1330 Orang
I The Gainesville Sun will not be' Sale. Bring your books to t
Public Library or call FR Winter Park Fla. Include hi letter I
POLLY ADLER'S BLUSHING BEST SELLER responsible for more than one 2-1061. complete name address phone
Noon TwoP.M. incorrect Insertion, nor win ft
number and age. and data you

,. A' -- .- and be liable for to any a greater error In extent advertisement 8 Baby Sitters, Child Cere would be available to start trainIng -
(with pay) and work If ac
(1 '. a FiveP.M..12MidniteCocktails than the. cost of the space occupied WOULD like to care for child iVi cepted. Interview Will be arranged .
\ pf
'. 4.Lt: UATURES by the Hem In the ad yrs old or older in my home with you in the near
that little boy will have
so future.
Ti: I 4 : vertlsement. No adjustment win a playmate. Nice playroom and
f .' 1 .- 3S be mad on errors that do not big fenced In yard. Meal served. DRAFTSMAN wanted to do temporary
Eleven! A.M.-Two A.fvL work. Must be able to draw
r- Phone 372-642-
materially effect the value ef to scale.. Writ your qualification

7 the advertisement. TINY TOT & requirements on charges t*
I Dancing : P._O. Box 415 Gainesville Fla.

I Griffin Combo The Gainesvni Sun reserve
I \ Visit US and tor yourself.
Richard Parker the privilege of revising or r*- 24 SE tth St. FR 4-7S04.
J OrchLoa5s
'I WIL.. I iectlno any advertisement which KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE UN. and L'.N.Gainesville .

'- Coots & Ties Please it deems obectlonat4t| and to Day wfc. or me. Old NewberryRd. at

Chang the classification ef any Planned progr_ Pick up
\ at Ltttlewood and TerwUnoerschools.
: .'U.S.44lSouth & Phone FR 2-6333 advertisement from that ordered. Cat FR 1-4U7. Nursing
to conform to the of
: policy the Center.
_i_______ WILL 'keep children to my horn
.. paper day or Night. Call 374-2SM.




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Thursday, September 17, 1964 Gainesville Sun 19

Mol. Help Wanted 28 Livestock & Supplies 32 Mobile Homes For Sale 33 LOTS FOR SALE I 35 Houses for SaleM

lP4TENNAinst4Lation man. Must WANTED DEAD OR ATTVEe NORTHWEST ACRE lots for sale. ,-w' :

J be experienced and reliable. Apply dairyman to show us a better Phone 372-4416
In person Tech T-V, J22 NW dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills TRAILER
16th Ave. All Pulleted 2702 Waldo Road N.E. '
16 pet. Drat- O
At Palm Lane 3764205 34 Waterfront Property FAMILY WANTED .
Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDN
: WANTED 4 MEN 4 Br.. 2 bath. Holly Forest Lg.
per ton. FMX Gainesville of Ala
3 t* work with large Eastern electrical Phone FR 2-1095 441- SPECIAL lot. Cent. ht. & over 1800 ft.
concern in the Gainesville chua. or 104 x 208 Lot for mobile home, Cedar Key Shoresfine sq. IMI1t
2105. living area under 25000. -
... area. High commissions. Age 23- $1500. i Mile S. off Paynes ACROSS _
5* 40. neat in appearance. Car nec- AT stud champ, ideal time for Prairie. For appointment call homesites from $2250 HIGHLANDS 1
essary. No experience needed your spring colts. Write P. 0. FR 4-3052. non-waterfront from $1510 3 BR DestIny 31.Turmeric IMIth
2 2 ttt like new. Cent. Ht.
t we train you. Call Mr. Haney Box 415 for appt. Reasonable & air. appraised $14500. Pricedat 5. Decompose 32. Ship- I. A D .JTf I jV l
1 Mon.. Wed. and FrL FR stud fee. ..
only at 8.
& 2-0500 between and 10 A.M. WYATT- Marina Locations $13.000.INVESTMEhT. -'.. Anthropoid shaped dock [ T E S W I
t 11.
yT* Scott & Fetrer Corp. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES INVEST: facilities needed here 12. Negotiating L ID N EJJ_ _____

Duplex frame. S.W. needs re- Legislator 38. Fiasco
r 13-Help Male or Female ADORABLE Pekingese for sale. Trailer SalesHome Motel locationsINVES 14. wit a
Males S40, female $50. Call after Pctrs near D i ritown $11.100. 40. Broad _

ANTED male or female, we have 5:30 p.m. weekday anytime Sat. of : accommodations RIPLEX Frame N. W. near shopping 15. More smile E. A A 0 JOJRJ
Sun. Silcox FR 2-4745.
an immediate opening for a mo 6 Betty Pacemaker Mobile Homes needed tenter. neo .. .eirs. $11.0. 3 unusual 41. Overlooked! U H B R T 0

I c tor route salesman carrier. in HEALTHY wks. old puppies, $2 Shasta and Airstream br. 1 bath tte-rit & t 'a9C *!p*.. 16. Anc Gr. 42..Island off WNJIJ
the following areas: Brooder Travel Trailers A D C B
ea. Phone 3725887. rear downiotvi' nesJs repairs M
Santa Fe Hawthorne & Alachua. Ocala's First Mobile Home DAVID ANDREWS- $ 000. \ dty In Sicily Scotland _

Good earnings. If you have trans PUREBRED Boxer puppies for sale Dealer Since 1948 REAL ESTATECEDAR 9 BR Home needs repairs. $4000. tiI : 18. Young 43. Turn.right 0 R 0 5 A V4AfTJAR
no papers. 1m Silver Springs Blvd.
portatlon & desire to run your DUPLEXC child R S L
own business with very little Investment Call FR 20895. Phone Ocala.' 629 Fla.1358 KEY 3841 or 3831 B. Kit eqp. AXU untr. $lt.- ;\ 44. Cyprinold

please call Mr. Caputo BLUE Tick and Walker puppies.$15 I9.jap.porgy fish
I Circulation Dept. 3721441 ext. If a pair. Call 376-7786. 8 x 40 1950 model Shultz trailer WINFRED H. CRAWFORD 20. Corral 45. Dill tabDOWN SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE

5 to 7:30 P.M.EXPERIENCED good condition, wall to wall car- Re J. Broker, specalizlng In 400Mary 22. Takes
WEEKS> old boxer puppies for pet $995. Call after 5:30 P. M. LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. Moeller 3. Spok
bartender male or sale. May be seen at 1521 N. W. FR 6-0790. AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose 26. Fr. river 8. Obtained
female part time or full time. $5th Terrace. Phone FR 2-5986- GR 5-WI1. 4. Deserved from
11 .1961 10 X SO, 2 BR front and back 27. Cross 1.Faithful
Apply In 7 A.M. to RealtorMember
P. M. Party person Package Store, 4005 FREE kittens! 6 & 10 weeks with m baths. $300 equity and OVER 30 acres of lake front many 28. Rapture friends 5. Reward belladonna

NW 13th St. old. 376-4339. take over payments of $68 per bearing pecan trees. Also 5 fur. Mullple Lining 30. Glove 2. 6.Burden 9. Female!
mo. Phone FR 2-l 062. nlshed houses with dock and deep Curved "
101* \
S Wanted Caretaker Guide mar SIAMESE kittens and stud service. well pump. Many extras. On W. University FR 64471Associates leather writer of
ried. Wife to maintain lodge. Location registered, lilac blue and choco- 954 8 X 37 2 bedroom trailer tub Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis molding 7.Toe Scot. TerselO.Faltet
remote In central Flori- late point; $25 up. Williston 528- i shower real good condition. Jewelry Co. E. W. Moeller Foster Kejler
Ideal for UF students $1500. FR Dick Durbln '
Ida. Privately owned accommodations 6448 Sharon Grant
include lake, boats, 6-1887. ,
I 35 Houses for Salt UNLIKE
) skeet horses dogs, duck FOR SALE Siamese Kittens, 7wks. 1964 50 BR, will
range x 10' Chickasah 2 ANYTHING In Gainesville. This 3 17. Siesta
Call 372 -
old reasonable. 17' -
haven. Must be sober, reliable sell for -
1741 after < P.M. small equity and assume REAL NICE 2 BR. or can be used BR, 2 b, with tremendous screened n ISIt 2 l.Fr.
and In good health. Apply giving marshal
payments. 7798.. as 3 BR house in excellent loca 15 X 48 patio is a dream.
t full particulars, past experience CHOCOLATE brown poodles, for :
distinguished subdivision lot.YouII 22.Clumsy
family present occupation BEFORE you buy see us for top tion. Nice corner shaded lot, huge ir -r
age weeks old. registered. Call
to P.O. Box 11474. Tam- sale 6 quality in Mobile Homes. Approximately with garage. Total price $11,500 enjoy seeing it. Still time boat
Florida. after 5:00 P.M. 376-3854. 35 units to choose from. FHA financing available. Phone to pick your own colors. Call .d
'i pa. TWO male Siamese kittens a (, 10 12, 20 width, up to 60' in owner 3727401. 372-3727. IT. ii ; 23.Money (/
I SANDWICH makers & counter girls
weeks old, shots. length. BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH Ml = Alkaloid!
all shifts. Alan's MR REDFRANKS
experienced Phone 376-3842. By investing in a U. S. Steel Home 'dertvedfrom ,
SANDWICH SHOP across from Featuring Marlette, Hillcrest Windsor built in this area by / r//,,, r//, = r-/ ,// ..rzo 21iff
Univ. Post Office. & Park Manor. REALESTATEMORE ALACHUA HOMES INC. r W V/ h / / opium
32 Mobile Homes For Sale ty A
Phone 376-0630 11 n it 25. Tirades
14-Sales Help WantedEXP 18 in the Mobile Home 1$ 2*
years Model Home
Opening every Sun. /
EY --1800 sq. ft. of living area 26. Earache
Sale 1 BR air cond. turn. Business .
For -
from 1 P.M. 5 P.M. beginning -
plus attached Superior;
Salesman with trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent garage. n 23' - 29. Ocean
Real Estate
CCB Construction 3 large bed- August 16. 3331 NW. 28 PL 2 "
I ambition and willing to work, condition. FR 29884S. "SERVICE HAS BUILT :
rooms, 2 baths. Big Uvingroom! Compare cost with all other 3 33. Girl *
must be Interested in minimum A.M. and 6-12 P.M. OUR BUSINESS" with fireplace, entrance foyer bedroom. 2 bath, fully air cond. Send daughter to school or parties y nickname

of $2500000 a year earnings. Active cover4 patio. Nice yard. Sli- homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY in a cozy, knit coat thafs lj"'l '// // "
office many leads and listIngs Drivea BAIRD MOBILE 000 with choice of financing. Call TIME." fashlonnews.EASYKNIT'. .h Vh ZI 34. Scott

Good advertising program. 6-0817. JZ M decision
3* ,.
HOMESof In one piece from % Sf
All replies confidential and will
Immediate neck down including sleeves. Smart 35.Press
CUSTOM BUILT and designed by -
be answered. Box 5J2A C/o Little Ocala local architect with ultra modern tweed-effect stitch cable yoke. Pat ..T 36. Baseball :
Gainesville Sun.BROWN Florida Living in mind. tern 510: sizes 4-6; HO; 12 mcl. = :
Phone 6293200 Jct. 301 8. 441 .. team j
8. BIGELOW Nearly 2700 sq. ft. of living area .,
plus 3 car carport. Central heat OccupancyCHOICE Thirty-five cents in coins for this I T 37. Insect :

hat an opening for an experienced Save a LotLowest & airconditioning. Dream kitchen pattern add 15 cents for each ._ 38. Tropical :
salesman in the Gainesville- witi unusual eating are a. pattern for Ist-class mailing and 4' H.

Ocata area ta sell REMEMBER. CONNOLLY Striking entrance, foyer & pat two. three and four bed- special handling., Send to Laura jnfruit ""...
ANCE ADVERTISING to our established overhead in the Industry. io. Large lot in Libby Heights. room homes at convenient loca Wheeler, Gainesville Sun, Needle- I .
'. accounts. DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like Must be seen to be appreciated. tions. Quality construction plus craft Dept., P. O. Box 161, Old For tim e 25 min, *f Mews/e*;; ..
j to work and you benefit. LOOKto $35,000. Call 6-0817. bonus features such as: real I Chelsea Station New York 11, N.Y. 9/17 cantos :
You will be paid weekly with a the future make a sound in plaster walls fully sodded lot. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER.
year-end bonus arrangement hospitalization vestment. See our top brand custom Mobile Claude M. "Red" Franks, Realtor lifetime terrazzo floors GE central NAME ADDRESS and ZONE.
1 sickness or accidental made 12 WIDES at 1C heat adaptable' to A-C GE
and life insurance benefits. WIDES prices. 8 yr. financing 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 6-0817 built'In oven and range a 11 I NEW FOR 19651 200 designs -

We have one of the highest paid available. Lake Geneva Trailer Member Multiple Listing brick fronts rustic gas lamps, more fashions to knit, crochet than 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole
Sales Rt. 100. 1 mile S. E.
sales forces In the country. on sidewalks FREE embroidery -
I, : Home THREE bedroom 2 bath CCB, swim club member. everl Plus 3 patterns
of Keystone Heights. Open evenings Send 25 cts.
: traverse rods $750 down, pay ship. dolls' clothes. $60 MO. 2 BR large kit., l.v. rm., NEW ROBINSON HEIGHTS, out of BY OWNER concrete block :3 bed-
Must own late model car and. and Sunday. $83 per mo. 4006 N.W. 21st Drive for new Needlecraft Catalog. bath and back porch. Small down city limits. 3 SR, 2 bath study, rooms, 2 baths large convenient. -
I- have selling experience. Preferably CONNOLLYMobile off 39th Ave. No cash down VA.Low payment to one with good credit. double carport family room See at 1617 NW 10th Ter.
in the age bracket of 25-45. Sales I VALUE! 16 COMPLETE QUILT
1704 NE 1st Ave. Call 3721537. built in kitchen. Cent. heat 8. 2
l' HIGH and dry N. E. section BR, FHA down. PATTERNS in deluxe, new Quilt
Home Sales Inc. 2 & 3
For further Information write mobile homes. Many 2 baths built-in oven and range Also conventional financing. Book. For beginners, experts. Send MUST SACRIFICE lovely 3 BR tan:: air cond. $14,500, $1000 down. McKINNEY
I bedroom
giving qualifications to John E. refrigerator low down payment. 50 cents fowl home in Westmorland. Only S1S- $39 mo. 4120 SE 14th Ter. Bud

Smith District Sales Manager, P. floor Drive plans.out today.7 year 3 miles financing.South GRANDOPENING $96.63 per mo. incl. taxes and Move in 000, with $700 down. It features Robinson, FR 22984. GREEN
: Florida insurance. Day FR 23581. night Ig. floored attic Fla. rm.,
I O. Box 34490. Coral Gables of Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. FOR THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE
_ _ _ 376-Oi71 FR 2-550C6. 35 Houses for Sole estab. lawn, fenced back yard & EVERYTHING .EXCEPT a DEATONREALTORS
TomorrowVILLAGE luxurious shrubs. See at 4055 NW House with charm, beauty, cypress -

16-Work Wanted Female Lowest prices easiest terms largest New Listing 12th Ave. or call 372-0089. panelling family room

l display in central Florida.We GLADYSSMITH USED parquet floors, Japanese s hut. NOR fH EAST

\. GIRL desires full time work as trade for anything. Free delivery SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2'/ bath GREEN[ 2 BR 1 bath frame house space ters skylights. .near Univ. & This 3 B.R. sleeping porch-2
housekeeper or child care. Call up to 100 miles.TRAILER masonory home with 16' x 32' heater $7.500, $400 down, $65 P.I K. Yonge. Designed by archi bath home completely furnished-

FR 2-0336 after 4 00 P.M. MART SWIMMING POOL. Located in mo. 1433 SE 1st Ave. Bud RobInson tect. For Information call FR 2- single car garage lot 100 x 100

Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 6 NW section lust outside the city FR 22984. 0328 Paved street city sewer
WAN FED days work as maid. East Palatka Phone 328-1050 limits. This Is an exceptional buy NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. 3725393Idylwildv age-for $12,500 with only
Thur. Fri. at $24,350.BLACK OWNER. Property appraisedat $1500 down payment Sellers
FR 2-3836 after 5
i. FEDERAL Walking distance of new $26,000. owner will sacrificefor
QUALITY will carry $11,000 mtg. at 6
WANTED part time work. Experience ACRES-ATTRACTIVE 3 grade school. Beautiful lot. 3 brm. FREDARNOLD $22,500. Large lot, 2100 SQ. pet. int. payable $9283 per
2 bath contemporary home. New ft., all large rooms. 3 BR. 2
insurance clerk; also legal Sat. bedroom 2 bath masonry home Mo.-15 yrs. Call FR 23617
experience Call 376-2897. 4820 N.W. 13th St. GainesvilleFR spacious kitchen and large screen FHA financing. baths living room with paneling 1-
2-5113 Walt Johnson Mgr. porch. ON' Y $17.500 With 1700 fireplace, family room,
Located at Jct. Near extra lovely 3 brm, ACCENT ON VALUENo
USED TRAILER DOWN. FInley separate dining room completely
Large living
18 Schools & Instructions 2 ,bath home. Lovely location. equipped ultra-modern Kitchen time like the present to buy this
room, kitchen, two bedrooms
upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Alsoa U.S. 441 LOVELY 3 bedroom, M bath, spilt INC.North Good financing ready for oc bookcases & many other fea home that is priced right .and itslocation
HIGH SCHOOLat level cupancy. tures. Can be seen at 4040 New. in Hibiscus Park Is much
home free booklet A mer lean travel trailer. 376-8361. & State Road 26 the NW masonry section home located in REALTORFLORIDA berry Blvd. FR 2-8931. desired. 3 B.R. 2 bath Fla.

School, P. O. Box 14441. Jackson- 52 x 10 FT. bedroom Homette liml' lust Inside the Central Florida's Largest Tradition 3 brm, 3 bath home In room Beautiful shaded' lot -
yule Fla 32216SPEEDWRITINGCOST. like new. Lot 17 Archer Road Gainesville $700 city DOWN. ONLY $15.250 with Builder and Developer Finley area. A lot that has been PARK Paved streets Within walking
Furnished models at 2909 NE 15th See distance' of an
landscaped with loving care. FORDYCEREALTOR elementary
Village. 376-4862 after 5:00
Spacious three bedroom, 2 bath
St. school and the Univ. Just
good an
this one. Good price -
Phone 376-0571
HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom 376-7971 terms. home on approx. Vi acre wooded ideal home that will please.
CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING home with 2 sleeping porches located lot in most desirable northwest ,
trail Let show this
x 29' Manor Mercury house NEW HOME us you nice
Secretarial FOR
Courses Classes now SALE
at 214 NE 5th Avenue.
section. Hardwood floors
$1200. Call 495-2452 between property before you. buy.
forming. Howell's Business College BY BUILDER SMITH
ONLY $16,000 with DOWN GLADYS -
$1.200 central heat three air conditioning
5 and 7 P.M. in Archer. Call FR 2-3617.
211 W. Univ. Ave. 33 LOTS FOR SALE 3 BR, 2 bath, central heat & air units. Separate din inq

John Merrill conditioning. May be seen by ap Realtor room knotty pine Florida room INVESTMENT '
FR 6-3507 23 years In business give you adeQuate U ACRE WOODED HOMESITES pointment. 3300 NW 28th Ave. Anna Hmson fireplace in living: room. $27,500. 6 bedrooms 3 baths, over 4400 .
Associates We
Phone have
376-2251. : an almost new King size
LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING protection in price, quality Minutes West of Town off paved Realtor Power Caroline Noyes sq ft. of living area. All com house with .
Virginia 3000 ft. 6 B R.
DEVELOP confidence financing. Insurance & serv- I road, $1,600 with low down payment SKYLINE HEIGHTS pletely furnished and ready to sq. -
3 bedroom, 1 bath, 6-room frame 1228 W. University Ave. 2 complete baths 2 half baths.
fear-apply practical technique ice. Ask your friends and o'r call Dick Robinson anytime MULTIPLE LISTING house close in, nice neighbor. Phone 372-5393 Ptcturebook appeal in three bed- move In. Call Fordyce 3761236. IVi acres of ground -' Worth
customers about 3 locations ,
us. to Realtor
develop personality deserve hood. Ig shady lot, $9,950. room, two bath home, centrally
looking at FR
Nice Call 23617.
Jacksonville Gaines sale.
serve you 11 W. Univ. Ave. 376-135 ASSOCIATESMARCELLA 2 BR CCB home for
be Influ- Terms. LARGE
recognition an Walter Stubbs, Inc. Ph. heated and air conditioned. Pandied -
ville & Ocala. lot.
ence. Vi ACRE LOT AND OR TRAILER PARDI 376-5394. looking home on large grassy Call Florida room Ideal kitchen 3 BR 1tt bath with study and ASSOCIATESJ.

BS degree 25 years experience. FOR SALE. W acre Vi mile from W. H. BUCKHANNANJWK Terms are very reasonable. with built-In range, oven, Fla. room. Cent. heating, 1400 .
FR 2 1858 after 6 P.M. Fred Guy Jayne Butterworh
University Incl. well seo- dishwasher and disposal. $22,000 sq. ft. Only' $500 down and $8916
Classes start Sept. 74. 7 p.m. BUTTSMobile pump Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire
For Information call Mrs. Rhea tic tank, work shop storage & PARRISH FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA with good terms.COMFY mo. can put you in this one. Seller Multiple
374-7724 after 5 or Hotel study room, patio 8. 41 x 8 195 approval you can have Immediate pays closing costs. Call For
HomesInc. 2 BR New Moon trailer. Perfect possession and ownership of and COZY dyce 376-1236.
Thomas 3729501. for married students. Call FR 6- 3728404ONLY the best value house for sale in Three bedroom home nestled ,COLONIAL

MEN & women 18 to S3 to train for 2310 or FR 6-2369. PRESENTSFOR NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air among the trees on ,beautifully styled, walled patio wall_to _wall A STEALBY
$10,75000 will buy nice conditioning. Paneled family room carpeting 4 BR 2Vt baths with
I 1 acre lots N.W. 39th Ave. $3000 landscaped lot In Northeast sec
three bedroom home. Conveniently joining living-dining area extra 1650 sq. ft. Very large lot in NW
I Examinations. For Informationsend N.W. 16th Ave. $4500 RENT 2 bedroom tion. Extra large Florida 'room
up up. : home in I
name. address t> Phone No. NW 13th St. Acre lots S. W. of Town $1200. house located can be In the handled Northeast for $350.00., this N. E. location. Living room,, spaciousness.dishwasher. Back Electric yard range completely With fireplace, dining area pleasant area. Good terms can be arranged sacrifice, 3 bedroom 2
and on this $22,300 home. Call bath .
Key Training Service. 112 W dining room and screen porch.. kitchen. Terrace with lots large Fla. room large livIng
Adams St.. Jacksonville. Mary Moeller, plus prepaid Insurance. and Unfurnished. enclosed by 7 ft. hedge.at of privacy. $15,500.CLEAN Fordyce 376-1236. room, dining room, bullt.ln
at 6th St. approximately $67.00 per month. Call 376-6147 for appt. see ACREAGE kitchen, convenient to shopping
Realtor with new FHA financing. 2213 NE 7th Ter. 120 acres of permanent pasture, center and schools. Must
Real Estate Exam FOR RENT: 4 bedroom 2 bath and BRIGHT see
EASY to buy three bedroom two fenced and cress fenced; water .
: to
COURSE On street parking all around our 1019 W. University Ave. FR 6-447 balh house In University neigh- home air conditioning.in N. E. Central Unfurnished.heat and IT'S A FACT. Freshly home with painted 3 bedroom floors.2 Avail-bath and partially wooded. Only $250 appreciate. Low down the value.payment.No qualifying Original .
ATTEND First I lesson free. corner. Open 8:30 A.M. to I P.M. 2'A ACRES high and dry, 10 minutes borhood. Owner will cooperate ab.e to qualified FHA Buyer for per acre. price $21,600 price now

HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLfcuE each weekday from tewn. Low. low down with qualified buyer In arrangIng LOOKING for a home-business location .. The down payment can be arranged $45000 down and approximately LOTS S1884578. $500 down. Locatedin
COLLEGE. 211 W. Univ. Ave 376-8361 payment low monthly. Call FR a down payment of $1,000 -drive by 314 N. Waldo to suit the Buyer on this beau- $8700 per month. Seller will Trailer lots, $20 down and $20 a nice NW section at 1321 NW
F R. 6-3507 372-3727. 2-4949 Monday thru Friday. Central heat, Florida room Road. This house has 1023 sq., tiful 3. BR 2 Bath CB home at pay Buyer's loan costs. 21st Ave. Phone FR 22633.
oak flors, space for two ft. of floor space located on a 3669 NW 16th Ave. Brand New month.FORDYCE
cars and built in kitchen comer lot. Zoned BA-1. on a wooded half acre lot. Cent. TWO 2-bedroom frame houses low
will delight you at S17,- heat & A-C. Eiec. Kit. 'Call now ARNOLDREALTY & ASSOCIATES INC. down payment & low monthly,
500. EXCELLENT northeast location to see. Multiple Listing Realtor Will sell separately or together.

OVER AN ACRE in Klrkwood. Gracious this 2 bedroom, sleeping porch. NOW'S THE TIME COMPANY Grace Fordyce Borker 920 & 926 N.W. 21st Ave.

masonry home central home priced to sell with low Multiple Listing Member Associates FOR SALE OR RENT. 1924 NW
heat two baths, three bedrooms down payment and Immediate, To look at one of the nicest 1219 W., Univ. Ave.' 3723522 I Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden :34th Ave. 2 bedroom home. $60
BR 2 baths. O. C. Gay Dick Banks
I PLUS another bedroom and occupancy. homes available. 3 Associates:
bath for guests, a relative or Just outside City on N. W. 39th Jim Sheppard Jane Caldwell Frances Hough Sarah Goulden unfurnished. To be shown September -

I for a study. Large screened ATTRACTIVE traditional 3 bedroom -. Ave. Large corner lot. Huge LR Jimmy Green Bob KalkmanF. I'I 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 19 and 20.

porch, fireplace, too. By 2 bath home living room,, with fireplace. See it and yoU'llwant ., W. Hodge Walter Stoddard FOUR BR 2 bath, CBS FHA financing. 102 NW 20th DRIVE

MOST attractive appointment home only.for less separate diningroom I 0 v e y. it. HIGHLAND COURT, 4 BR 2 baths, I "'27 per mo. Only $450 2 Ig. rooms, 1 small bedroom livIng
HAVE family room with fireplace located DUPLEXThis Fla. rm., wall to wall carpet liv. down to qualified buyer. Seller rm. dining rm., tcrte ned
than 517.000.00. Three bedrooms. In Black Acres.. Is II' good buy. Extra nice in ing room, air condition. Phone pay closing cost. Call 372-0481 for porch. Someone connected with
two baths. NW. and features close in. The _3725347 or 3722080. appf. to see, 1806 N.W. 38th Ter. the Univ. would love living here.
Florida room, fireplace, wailed CONVENIENT walking distanceto good location
patio. Occupancy after 60 J. J. FInley schools and Univ.' monthly Income Justifies the
I days. By appointment only. of Florida. Two nice three bed. price. If you want a good Investment -
LARGE beautiful lots in Ridge- room homes priced to sell with then phone right now

wood S-D at reasonable prices. nice large lots. to see. SERVICES

SPOTLIGHT wood-Westwood section. QUALIFIED buyer, F.H.A. financing ;
-3 bedroom, new concrete _
J. W.KIRKPATRICK. block homes. Outside city lim. -

.w# TI!' LONG'S CAFETERIA Realtor its. Only M.M.three left. 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 Home And Business

en W. Univ. Ave. W. M. Munroe Realtor
31 N. Main St. Phone FR 28404 Associates:

;, s Long's Cafeteria effers a convenient location for not Mathiasen ASSOCIATES Irene Bunnel S. E. McLaughlin Frank Roby, -
Floye C. Douglas. Jr. .do
only student diners but also downtown business people Capt. A. W. Reece, USN, Ret. PARRISH Roy McCann. T.
and shoppers. Good food fast service and free Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin BY OWNER, cen. heat air cond., Bulldozing Upholstery ::
parking are the prime reasons people enjoy eating OCALA block. 3 BR, 2 bath, Irg & ASSOCIATES. INC.H. 2 open-beam ceiling, paneled din- Wayne Hill Helen Graham dining rm. large trucks fiR dirt lime rock. Top UPHOLSTER your turnltur. at
at Long's.Long's ing & family room with fire- Carolyn Pooley Mary Parrish appliances. Large Phone garage FR soli. Phone 372-1U6. reaSOnable prices CIII JllIy.

is well known for it's large choice of meat olace. Irg. fenced back yard 19 NE First Street 3468 N. W. 12th Ave. Experienced. FR 4-9816. .,4241
built-in kitchen. 3723130 or 468- T_L NfL 375--S37-* 4518.. Mortgage Broker N. W. 13'' Ter .-
entries vegetables & fruits.
1683. __I-
Open 7 days a week their serving hours art \ : MORTGAGE MONEY Remodeling

from 11:15 A.M. ta 2 P.M. and 4:30 to 8 P.M. SERVICE CALLS $5 Attention Mobile Home Owners! @ 25 5'h per cent interest. Terms to _

Owned and operated by Palmer & Sue Long, the Heating Air Conditioning BUY years._ BUILD REFINANCE DO YOU NEED. Florida rooax.- -

cafeteria has had 12 years experience in serving the & Refrigeration Service END HURRICANE FLOOD WATER WORRIES Call Ira room more room roof work,

public good food. make ContractorAny or model window OWN YOUR OWN SITE FOR MOBILE HOME Dan Byrd Ph. 376-3875 or For maybe a free a complete estImate' new 8.FIIA g Prne7.

Watch For Next Week's teed work phone Cas$.. C.
units and household appli LIVE HIGH ABOVE FLOOD WATERS OVER. and conventional lit lowest
ances. Also we clean heaters. current rlltes. Terms tit 25 W.ters 3721IW9.OIL

Phone Call
CAFETERIAS obligation. tomorrow.
and 31 N. Main Sf. Ph. FR 2-1494 carpenter who loves his 00ede.
CAFETERIAServing COCKTAILS 25 Minutes from Gainesville. Other high CALL R 6. 907 .,

til P.M. and -
STEAK ROOM hours 11:15 2 UNIVERSITY INN REAl lOR REAL ESTATE mllintenanca re-
4:30 P.M. ill 1.00 P.M. 7 days FHA A1D CONVENlIONAL modeling and additions. Rt1ng
I Featuring U.s. Prune and Choice a week. Charcoal Steak Room, Smorgas- I PHONE JOHN C. BIRD LOANS all types of horns repeirLJ72.'

!: steaks prepared to your taste 313 W. University Ave. board Cocktail Hour 5 to 7. 2 I For top quality workmanship II Auto Glass f21' w. UNIV AVE. Pt6. 372-1522 713. or 372-4235.
on our open hearth. Holiday Inn drinks for the price of 1. DancIng KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
ItOO S.W. 13th St. FR 4-82M. 'tn 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin's call F. H. A. 1. Cony. Loans
I BILLIARD'SCUE Combo & Richard Parkers orches- : 372-6142 473-4709 Very Generous Terms AUTO GLASS Immediate Is our Installation enry busi; FOROYCE a. ASSOCIAtES. INC. Roofing
ness. REALTORS _
ITALY IN GAINESVILLE trll. HQ1 S.W. 13th St. FR t-1442. GAINESVILLE delivery. Add
free tU W. Unlv. 314-1236
Dine by candlelight In the delight STICK BILLIARDSFun THE ORLEANS UPHOLSTERY I I beauty t UPVlltue ta your car. C. L HARREll _
ful atmosphere of Italy IMANARO'S 110 NW. ism St. AUfO GI ASS '!
MAUI DIN'S CO. Contractor
for not only young men (
Formerly Fred's Locker Room
RESTAURANT BUT women too. ) Free Estimates-PICk u. and _323 N.W. 6th St. FR "2iS8. OFFICE EQUIPMENT For III your roofing needS a4 repaIrs -
young Try our U. S. Choice Steaks.
I -
specializes Lasagna Pizza
Bring your dates Served delivery. The Best At Northwest caD us IInyti.e.
and other delicious Italian Food. 11:30 AM 2:00 P.M. Buy FR 6-nu ...
Open 10 A.M. tn 12 P.M. Dinner Served I 12 P.M. Equipment
2120 Hawthorn Rd. S-U P.M. ----
Have ServICe Dept. repal"
SOS N. Main Street Cocktails Served Dancing _ our
372-44W Closed Mondays. clean or. adjust your office m.
4542 NW 13th St. FREE ESTIMATES oat 54X10 HYDRAULIC JACKS rebule& ChNwi. Sewing Machine Replrs

NOW OPEN Alan's Newt : FURNACES and Quality exchanged; Repair kits tof Exceuent. service. Compare our _ _ _
Walker Jacks. Factory aumoriied CAll-SEwiNG M.t.CHINE .
Acres from Univ.I Post Office BOWLINGBOWLING Central AirConditionei's DOUBLE DOOR REFRIGERATOR Walker Hydiaulir Jc UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUI. VICE CO. 115 w. University
I ADVERTISE IN THE ROOM Service Agent. HUI t'S BRAKESERVICE PROTECTOR co. Ave. 311-115 W. "PIlle- all
Featuring I our own roast beet sandwich I' PRIVATE DINING Io Floe CHECK
& SUPPLY U14 S. 6th St. M.kes. Word fullY DuarllQlNd.I .
In natural 55 etlts finest at 2m NW
;, gravy. I INCL MCin Cl 1-lISP _ _ _
The best roast beef In tow,,.* PALM LANES COMPLETELY FURNISHED

DINE & DANCEDIRECTORY Open every night for. your enJoyment I WHEELS STEPS. ETC. I Plumbing TELEViSION :
i SHELLEY'S Home of the Original from t A.M. to S A.M. f Advertising

t ITALIAN SANDWICHDial Free nursery service. by !qfl!. PICTURE TUBe Repair I $pecLJ)
371432 2606 Waldo Rd. 374-4434 BOOXMATCH ADVERTISING SEWER INSTALLED ., ict s $10 l hxstell 'noon
t for fast free delivery. Best In equipment using Internally 5859PER MONTH and MONOGRAMING HEW I. used fixtures. complete i Veer Warranty. 5stial

r Also pizza your favorite ADVERTISE IN THE insulated ducts. designed Call 372-2769.Hank. Blackstock plumbing servIce "IIG" JIM Reconditlaned IV'I from Sf.'"
I be.?. $" W. Univ. Ave. or our engineered and installed HUGUI EY. GaInesville! Plumbo THE VARIETY ITORaCo
I new store at UM NW 1st Ave. SERVICE DIRECTORY Ifto F. -1519.. I I.E lat AWL ..
-- byALL AMERICAN HEATING Sales \pprotsol :L.rYICe 4 TKhnlclan's with 14 'ear....

AIR CONDITIONING CO. Northwest Trailer perienca on all mak... -
Sun' Want

CALL 372-8441. 24 Service AT PALMLANES 376-0205 SERVICE Get Results SERVICE DIRECTORY .-

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1 0 4 $3 Clean out the Closets & Utility Rooms'Now-Pick up extra cash Person to person ads are for non commercial users selling merchandise priced

DAYS LINES at.bring$1quicker or less action.with the 'selling price stated in the ad. No additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that

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

43 Colored Property 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 50 Mobile Homes 59 Money Wanted 64 Household Goods -

HOMES FOR SALE 2 BR house and also rooms for UBR trailer for rent. laeal for RELIABLE persons wishes to borrow GAINESVILLE'S I
2 & 3 bedrooms. SE 14th St. S rent. Nice quiet neighborhood. couple or two students. Can be $2500. Balance needed above DISCOUNTPRICES
7th Ave. Small down payment. Phone FR 4-7577. WM at SE 72nd'St. Phone 372- amount bank has financed. Write

THE TIME IS NOW Also monthly homes payments built on$57 your to' $45.lot 3 BR. 2 bath house S150 per mo. -1521. Box 585-A c/o Gainesville Sun. YEARS AHEAD COMMUNITYBY

Can be seen at 1645 N.W. 34th
with no down payment. Ph. Place. -A Wonted To Rent 61 Wanted to Buy

FR 2-4125. ONE bedroom house for We undersell everybody.HENDRIX .
rent. 1 mi. WANTED. downstairs room and
New. Quality Hugh Eawards built past Stengel Field on left sUe of board for elderly gentleman. Call COINS WANTED
home. Three bedrooms. 1 bath. road. For further Information. 3764124. All U.S. and foreign silver FURNITURE CO.
Do You Have A Room, Apartment As low as $43. per month with contact FR 6-1467. dollars. proof sets and 1955 NW 5th Ave. at 10th St. BUTLER BROTHERS
$2.000 down or will arrange terms WANTED to lease in Sidney Latter
half dollars.
to suit buyer. Located 643 NE 48 Houses or PK Yonge school area
for Rent Unfurn. I I
Or House to Rent? 15th Street. 3 or 4 BR house. Call 3M 7601. REBEL STAMP & COIN SHOP
809 W. University Ave.
Edwards. Inc.
Hugh FOUR ,
BR. 2Vj baths. large house UNUSUAL4Bedroom2Bath
Phone 376-7971 53 ice-Desk
and"Yard. Four miles from townin i CASH for your used appliances.
lOTSI nice secction. Call FR 2.264. TWO I furniture. clothing. etc. Call Williams I PALM VIEW ESTATES
offices just completed. first
I Interested in buying several Service Center. HawthorneRd.
,REMEMBER rental vacancy COSTS lots at the right price. Call 2 BR. screened porch. Ig. yard for class. 360 sq. ft. to each office. 372-3937. HOME I
lease S7$ month each. Located
3n 12S", 9165. $110 monthly. Avail- per
able now. Weseman Realty. 815 2615 N.W. 6th St.. Nationwide
YOU MORE than the jd that will rent 43-1 COLORED RENTALS NW 20th St. FR 6-2472. Insurance. FR 6-2524. 64 Household Goods Suburban Heights 'I' 16,000 PLOW

Two 3 Br. 1 bath homes. N. W. Living Room
: NOWRENTING Fla. rm. $120 mo. 54 Business Rentals BUFFET hutch with glass. walnut Dining RoomS
it! 3 Br. 1 bath. N. E. Fla. rm...$125 finish. Price $50. Ph. 3727974. Master Bedroom-Dressing
COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex mo. LARGE Shop building. Long term Room I FHA DOWN PAYMENT
GE 4-burner range. perfect condition I
lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th
apartments large living and
dining area. modern kitchen with MARY MOELLER, Ave. FR 6-556S. $SO. Gate-leg dining table Family Room Den NOTHING DOWN VA
blond finish. suit. for trail-
2 Luxurious Bath
Here's what Rooms
Vacancy COSTS YOU fan large storage closets. terrazzo -
; your REALTOR FOR LEASE 10.000 sq. ft. Store er. FR 2-0982. Push Button Kitchen
floors. tile baths. space heat. building W. Univ. Ave. Price $800 $100 Closing Cost
er and hot water heater faclll 1019 W. University Ave. FR 6-4471 per mo. Call Hershall Haynes.FR T- APPLIANCESTested Laundry and Utility Room
:EVERY DAY until it is rented: ties for washing machines. and 6-2641 or B. F. ,.MIzell FR and Guaranteed Screened-in Swimming PoolS
paved streets. See at N.E. 26th UNFURNISHED 3 BR home $110 4-7551. 42 Refrigerators from $39 up Wall-to-Wall Carpet
Ter. or call for appointment 372. per mOo Unfurnished 2 BR $60 9 Ranges from $39 up Central Heat and
IF RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS 5321 or 372-5322. per mo. Call 376-7466. SMALL warehouse for rent. 17 Washers from $19 upS Air Conditioning FERN WOOD MANOR
: : 7 ROOM. 2 story.3 BR,1 baths. DAN BYRD 1 Dryers from $49 up
45 Furnished Apts. $130.00 per mo. Garage. 555 NE 376-8268. I 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up FRED MASONPHONE I

$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day I 7th Ave. GR 5-5032. SMALL business or office space located 10 2 TV Dishwashers Sets from from $49$35 up up
ONE bedroom. kitchen screened THREE bedroom. 2 bath house In 1600 block West Univer. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. I
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day porch bath. 419 NW 2nd Ave.. with Fla. room. built In range. sity Ave. For more Information 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 FR 2-8340- 2.3182 12,2SO up
$55 month. EFFICIENCY 3505 N.W. Section. $120 per mo. Phone phone FR 6-3012.
NW 17th St.. $45 month Call 468-1177 Waldo. FOR Ask About Our I
$55 mo . $1.83 day WAREHOUSE
per per McKInney Green Realtors FR call DOWN FHA
3 BR. 1 bath $150. 1937 NW 2nd space Merrill. Realtor. SUBURBANHEGHTS Trade-in Plan $400
23617. ,
Ave. Phone 376-3401. 372-1494 !
$60 per mo . $2.00 per day EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 THREE bedroom house with stove NOTHING DOWN VA
I month. Phone 4663448.: and refrigerator furnished. Available 56 Business Opportunities I $100 Closing Cost

$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day CLEAN 1 bedroom apartment last of Sept. 1311 N.E., 14th Gainesville's Newest i
from Ter. $115 mo. on lease. Wese APARTMENT BUILDING 16 units. Prestige Address
across Campus. couples on fairly new & Built for Those Who Desire $ 16 I
FR 6-2472. modern. located at
man Realty.
$70 per mo . $2.33 per day ly. Call 372-2830 for details. 1222 NW 8th Ave.. hundred per- Only the Best.N. -' FROM / J PER MONTH
I 2 BR for $125
house lease. per KINGSBERRYHOMES :
cent PL
occupied grosses approx. W. 43rd & N.W. 17th :II
: $75 $2.50 46 'Unfurnished Apts. mo. Located at 815 NW 20th St. $13,000 yr. If you have manager. Built by Four of Gainesville's e
per mo. . per day Contact owner at 905 NW 20th St. al ability and $20-25,000 cash this Leading Builders WALK TO SCHOOLS

: UNFURNISHED 3 BR. 1 bath. CCB house. cent. is a real opportunity. Call A. E. FRED MASON
duplex. convenientto
$80 per mo . $2.66 per day campus. 3019 SW 34th Way. heat. stove. walking distance Lit. Harp. FR 6-5576. A. W. FLETCHER Take
choice of
$45 per month. Water furniShed. tlewood Westwood. $120 m r. MONEY MAKER Neighborhood MACOMA HOMESW. your over
: $85 per mo . $2.83 per day no kit. equipment. Family of 2 I Avail. end of Sept. 610 NW 35th grocery now grossing over MO- P. RIDGWAY 90 beautiful brickKiri WATER PENETRATION OR
or 3 only. FR 2-9903. Ter. Phone 376-1374. 000 should NO
per -year do better. berry homes
I THREE bedroom 1 bath living PRICE of $45,000 includes business DRAINAGE PROBLEMS.
,, $90 $3.00 EFFICIENCY apt furn., private
per mo. . per day bath & entrance. All utilties turn I, room dining room. kitchen store building. Inventory
screened porch; $125 per month PLUS 2 BR 2 Bath central heated .
$60 mOo Located at 2225 NE 7th $9,000 to $30,000
; $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day St. 3722128. I with downtown.lease.316-6957.N. E. Section. near for residence rental plus plus space another for 4 house to STEPHEN FOSTER ALL CITY SERVICES

DUPLEX 2 BR CB. Ig. lot. utility -' 7 trailers. TERMS AVAILABLE.Call HEIGHTSLocated
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day rm.. $80 mo. Avail. Oct. 1. 724 'I FOR RENT lovely 3 BR home as little as
fenced In back yard. screened- REDFRANKS REALESTATE at N.W. 37th Place &
NW 19th Ave. 372-8929 after 3:00 NO MONEY
P.M. Shown by appt. I In back porch & patio. Ig. Fla. 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817 6th St. New brick homes under DOWNon I

bldg.room Stove office turn.In rear.Neal Lg.all schools storage 1 construction. Pick your own your lot I'I DIRECTIONS : Drive West on t1

:: CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE 47 Houses colors. etc. VA & FHA Terms. .
YOUR for Rent Furn. bus & new shopping center. See OFFERED BY BUILDER 16th Ave. Turn
the home at 208 NW 36th St. If
3 Bedroom. 2V4 bath home. by Monthly
,t FORDYCE & ASSC. you wish to rent this home you t Left on 38th St.
may call collect 425-4460 Orlando Show house at 3321 N.W.. 28th Capitol Builders. Inc. as low as I
We have several nice homes for 39th Terrace.
ADS rent. Please call Fordyce and Fla. Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom. 2 N.W. 37th Place & 4th Street $56.00Several
Assc. 376-1236, for further Infor. bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd Call 372-0361 or 376-7781 'I' i
mation. 49 Rooms For Rent
Court. T. D. Zetrouer Phone new homes ready BUTLERBROTHERS
3 BR turn house at 1731 N.W. 55th for immediate
r FR 6-3849. occupancy. !
Ter. Perfect for small family. 2 separate bedrooms suitable for
-I couple or students at 1441 SE
Call Ray at FR
2-3380 or Amy 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In
35th St. or call 372-7312 or FR ,
35 Houses for Sale FR 63724.SANTA 2-3905 bet. 9 & 10 p.m. SHADOWLAWN THE JAMES CO.

40 Business Properties FE LAKE. furnish e d. ADMIRE ESTATESF.
Three 2-bedroom houses. modern ROOM FOR MEN STUDENTS. 115 901 Waldo Rd.
HOME AND PROFESSIONAL MEN and clean. Couples only. GR 5- NW 10th St. Private entrance. THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN D. OLIVER
5373. connecting bath. parking area. .. OFFERING Phone 372-2527

$$ INCOME $$ Own your own office property- THREE bedroom. 2 bath house on maid service and phone. WIMBERLY ESTATES Individual Styles For You Evenings 372-6441 BUILDERSDAILY

Why pay rent? Silver Lake near Keystone. Lloyd Myrick Bldr. Well planned living areas
TWO houses on large corner lot.near' 376-2615. Quality material & workmanship Builders of I
We have 5 sites N.W. 13th Offering more quality
schools and
shopping area. Street and N.W. 6th Street with: SANTA FE LAKE. CCB cottages New HomesWESTYILLA Kingsberry Homes 2-9545
Live In one and rent the other. for less money 0 A community you would be I
One has three bedrooms and Is buildings that can be convertedfor modern. 1 efficiency and 1 two proud to live in
ready for occupancy the other your use. All are good In GR bedroom.5-5375 avail.Melrose.Sept. t. Phone W 36th Ter. off N.W. 39th Drive West on N.W. 39th
Is now rented. Call for com vestments. Call Wayne D. Mason in Ave. In
Open Sundays at 2:00 or Ave. past the Glen Spring
plete details.ALACHUA. Ernest Tew Realty. 376-6461 any- NEAR University. furnished house tersection. left.
See sign on
time. 2 BR. large living room porches. I by appt. 372-468 or 2- 514.I FR 20844.COMPARE.
REALTY 411 NW 15th St. $75 per mo. I
Phone FR 24647.
Associates 41 Residential Income I IIUIIUIU '1IIIIIInIUllUII Three Bedroom Homes
Member Multiple Listing 4 BR home next to County Parkon r..II..IIIIIIIIIIIRllllnll"lIlmIHl"'I'I IIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIUUllllDlli I II
*3S N. E. 1st St. 376-2448 ; 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also ad- Hawthorne Rd. $100 per mo.
Arle T. Smith Realtor lolning rental property. 200 tt.I Call John Baldwin. FR 6-4201 or NW 16th Ave.t

Mabel Gore. Associate I frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd FR 6-4405. I I in Court Manor
MOVING TO JAX? Ave., Will sell together or sepa t at 37th St.
GREAT 4752.rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- New Brick Homesby

trade beautiful water front In the heart of Gainesville. Now, Start at only $79.34!
home In Meyport area for your has excellent Income. Could easily Builder WALTER STUBBSInc. BEFOREYOUBUY
Gainesville home or property. be restored. Will consider e
Custom boat for ferocious beach suburban property or acreage I In; 3 & 4 bedrooms. built-in kitchen .
living. Hugh Florida Room. trade. 376-0969. equipment. cen. heat VA no SAVE The following are now under g
separate Family Room. .three down payment. FHA from $700 construction and will be ready 03 That's threebedroomhome
bedrooms. three baths. .Of 1 down-no closing costs. H for occupancy soon! right-you can buy a new
42 Forms
fice or den. .beautiful kitchen. Acreage Phone 376-5394 BflBltffffilHllmmlllflBlTlmwnflllllltlluhIInrn in Highland Court Manor for as little as
Many. .Many custom features. Capital Builders Inc. H The following Is ready for 1IIIIIIIRIB1IIII1II1II11II1III111IIUlIlIIllIlIlIJuli4
Shaded by towering live oaks. Ranchettes SSSOO. TV* acres. S.W N.W. 37th Place & 6th street H occupancy. = $79.34 per month. including insurance and taxes
Will trade or sell outright. Contact beautiful & restricted home sites.: 1 3330 N.W.28thAve. and built-in Tappan and with hood
"We trade houses"McCOY1S oven
Hugh Edwards Inc. Allan OPEN HOUSE DAILY 3310 N.W 30th PI. range, ,
Donman Sales manager. 3721551. 14.2 Acres. N.' W. 39th Ave.. apr Call 372-4361 er 376-77U. = SIM IBR.. 2:0.: baths $1250 dn., 3 BR. 2 bath. $600 d'. $87 fan and filter.
S per
- 500 ft.
on Hwy.
; month.SHOWN
._ DONT MISS THIS g IIII/IJIIIIIII/ rmmmnnmnmlll nI lw per I
And Kirkpatrick and Pierson's quality
46 Acres Country Club area. Build BY ADVANCE 35 you get
er's opportunity. APPOINTENT ONLY construction too. including such items as Owens-
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Malore I
Gardens 3% ml. South N.W. 19th Dr.
S 527 E. Univ. Ave.
of Campus on 441. 3 BR, 2 baths. 20 acres Farnsworth Rd. Paved, Large comfortable home for 3 BR. 2 bath $500 dn., $81 28 Corning fib' QSS insulation. Wolmonized pres

den tort.for Priced Dad year right.'round Drive corn-by. Mary Moeller, a large family. Four BR 4 per month. sure-treated mber, custom built-in cabinets,

phone FR 2-4625 or FR 2-8334. baths up living room' family and "Wai"I-Tex vinyl in kitchen and bath.
MACOMA paper
WOODROW SEAYThe Realtor HOMES INC. 5 room. parlor dining room. 4119 & 4127 1 2

Master Builder 1919 W. University Ave. FR 6-447 I I dinette screened porch BR. N.W. 19th Dr. 35
.. E kitchen 2 baths down 3 BR. 1 bath, $500 dn., $74 g Why not See for yourself? Our model home is open

LARGE HOME 80 ACRES In beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St. i phone conversation necessary per month. 35 *daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday from 1:30.
CCB 3 LARGE BR. 2 BATHS. LG. Soyth of Newberry and West 01 F, adjoining city limits.
LIVING RM.. DINING AREA. US 41. nicely rolling with beautiful
DBL. CARPORT. LG. UTILITY large trees. Partly cleared, The Charming fhe Livable = fire.Norwood IIIIItIIIIIIIIIWIDIIUIIIHIIIIIIIIIIUIIII
RM, ON LARGE LOT 100 x 122. suitable for pasture or farm- .
Ing. lovely
ROOF. SE SECTION. PHONE Only $120 per acre. Half cash;i 3 bedrooms, 2 baths 3 bedroom. 2 bath large g OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONSales

372-1386. and REALTOR.5 year NEWBERRY.terms. S. E. SAPP,, study family room living screened porch beautiful g Hope SEEING ANYTIME IF g

37 Real Estate room, dining room, oak family room. oak parquet "H" Inc YOU WILL JUST CALL.

Exchanged parquet floor drapes infloors.. drapes included. ooWe Trade Homes Office NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr. Phone 372-3471
eluded. $30.000 10 1123 S.E. 4th STREET 35
SERVICE DIRECTORY Down. Our 1964 Parade Home or Property FR 4-5301 or FR7 8 35

Have you considered ; 4320 NW 17th PI.
exchanging 3225 NW 28th Ave.
Ernest Tew Realty lIifIIIr11IIIIIIIIRII.8 llllllnIlll lllBllJlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! IlIllIllRlllllllIIIIIGoinenill.'s /

Realtor ..?? ........ Exchanger REPOSSESSION "PLANNING TO BUILD"Let
2906 N.W. 13th 3 Bedroom House and
St. 376- 461 newest most
us give you on estimate on contracting new .
CENTRAL HEAT your : w'# luxurious .
custom home. : # apartment building More People Have Bought
38 Real stated Wanted $9900
Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290 LAKESHORE
LISTINGS WANTED $500 bown-$75 Per Mo. Nite I
Have buyers waiting for farms 2131 N.W.55thTer. FR 6-5015 or 6-6502 Hugh Edwards Inc. HomesIn
and small acreage. RF 2-1362 Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd.Colonial TOWERS ; ,

CALL -- _._ '

Angle Real Estate NOW LEASING Northcentral Florida Since

C. L. Angle. Broker
O. J. Angle Associate ', '\ ..
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4404 NW 13th St. 376-6927 1945 Because





2-both entrance foyer. 2-3-4 BEDROOM HOMES'
0 Jamaica-style pace setter
living roomS DR. LR. family roomS ,
Forty foot Florida room double carport central
Luxurious master suite with heat. GE kitchen full
walk-In closets-dressing brick. on a large lot. 1736
room built-in vanity wall N.W. 39th Ave.
and shoe closet $19.000. Comes to Northwest Gainesvilleat
Fabulous kitchen. breakfast 10% down $122.00 per

utility room and workshoparea month.

*. Twenty-six Guest suit foot with closet sunken wall tubA PALM VIEW ESTATESN.W. LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: A \ treenLOWEST
Paneled library with fireplace The Powell 3 BR, 1 ft Swimming Pool Recreation RoomS I 'f'

bath oak floors, carport Acres of Picnic GroundsCentral Central Heat "
> Two landscaped patios 1 central. heat full brick 16th Ave. Drive FHA DOWNPAYMENTS Inc.
acre lot In most select en at N.W. 39th I Air Cond. S Laundry Facilities I by Hugh Edwards,

neighborhood a nica wooded lot. 1514 Storage Lockers S Garbage Drop Chute I 376-7971

'..'Scads of sky light so house N.W. 34th PI. $14.000 A limited number of Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks
brick front fully
Is csheerful even In gloomy $500 down, $86.49 per 3 Elevators I
weather month. air conditioned colonials are now under con- Priced from 1390017.250
ftj This house Is Ideal for
struction. Prices start at 16350. VA, I
lavish or casual entertaining PHONE 376-4456 :
Never hove you seen so FHA! Conventional financing. For information I

-. much cabinet and drawer Built and offered by 376-7971.! I FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT i Sodded Lawns ,

space under one roof. I (24 Hour Service Club
Three-car Total ) : Swim

0 square footage garage.6,000 under THE JAMES CO. I SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL 5. DAILY i Air Condo ;_ j I IS

roof HUGH EDWARDS Inc. 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441 Optional _ ____
Happy to show by appointment Phone 372-2527 office Colonials --

372-1987 only. Phone 372-6441 home Builder-Developer i Butler Bros. BUILDERS Moderns 2909- N.E. 15th Street )



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w .Thursday, September 17, 1954 Gainesville!

'4 Household Goods 66<< Misc. For Sale 73 Musical MerchandiseFOR 85 Automobiles for Sale 87 Automobiles Wenfer --- --

CLEAN, used refrigerator for sale. WINCHESTER model 94. 30-30 caU SALE used console piano extra FOR SALE by married student A-l CARS WANTED 1950-54 Fords Sun Want Ads Get Results GAINESVILLE FOR THE CORRECT
Phone 372-5002. brand cond. Fired less than
new nice. We lust received another cond., 1962 Ford Falcon 6-cyL,
15 times. Call after 6 P.M. load of good used upright pianos & Chevrolets. AI Herndon Service TIME -
FOR SALE S riot water tanks, 30 gas saver but plenty of pep. AUTO SALES .
gal. with gas heater attached also 3723282. from Boston Make your selection $1050 or best offer. 374-4776 or Station, fib SE 4th SL a.a .
150 gat. butane gas tank. Com- ELECTRIC typewriter $95. Under now before they are all 376-9721. 1007 N. Main St. FR 2-1411 t
plete with gauges 2 crane shah wood office typewriter US. Good gone. Terms for all. GAINES- Phone FR 2.6313 ;,.
VILLE MUSIC CENTER 1025 W. 1953 PONTIAC, .standard transmission -
low well Lewis 372-6738 after 5
pumps. Inquire condition Phone
Jewelry Co. p.m. Univ. Ave. 372-5421. radio, heater, good running NO STORM DAMAGED, CARS AT Northcentrol Florida S Courtesy Of
condition 125. Call 376-4091 after
1962 KENMORE FOR SALE used cornet in good 1964 I Largest University Chevrolet
range excellent FOR SALE 35 mm Argus C :3 5:30 P.M.COaVETTE.
condition..'1100.. Call 372-3451 afterSPM. F3.5 camera with use $20; GE _condition 0986_after with 4-00 lyre P.M.Automotive;. $50. Cal' 376- I960 excellent shape, Independent Dealer N. Main St. at 16th Ave.
21" TV mahogany console s
M!. or trade. 4 speed transmission
Inquire 232 NE llth Ter.ELLA'S
BLOND bedroom' suite, buffets I new white wall Jires. Phone B&G MOTORS
China cabinets coffee tables ; CERAMICSBeginning 3764089. .
card table and matching foldIng FORD
chairs, 154 CHRYSLER, stand trans. 6 cyl
refrigerator lamps. classes A.M.
78 it
TRUCKS FOR SALE new tires lust drove
Nearly-Nu Furniture. 3U NW 'til 5 P.M. Closed Thursday. I from New York. Will sell for $150 '63 Cadillac sdn.
im Ave. FR 6492.EXCEPTIONAL 1145 E. Univ. FR 6-5568 19621 INTERNATIONAL Scout. u- or trade for a Vespa In good DeVille, A.C. $4495 BARKLEYMOTORS
VALUE. Must sell Center cellent condition. Low mileage. 2 cond. 372-7411. '
United Sewing 62. Cadillac
almost full size electric wheel A.C. $3495
new CLEARING OUT drive pickup body. FR J- 1963 Fairlane500.. Good condition CLEARANCE . :
range. Perfect condition. $60. Coil _3737.. 2200 NE Uth Ter. _
372-tOll or see at 3135 NW 13th SEWING MACHINE'REPAIRS and NW cheap. Call 376-0374 or 707 61 Cadillac, sdn., DeVille A.C. $2795 ..
2nd Ave. afternoons after ,
PL 83 Motorcycles & ScootersFOR 4 P.M. "IN THE AUTO GAME-
Unclaimed sewing machines. Just 60 Cadillac sdn. A.C. BARKLEY'S THE NAME" I.V>.
<66< << Misc .For Salt. pay the bill & take machine SALE 1963 Lambretta Scooter MUST SELL 'U Dodge was $325 SALE 2201 N. Main St. Vlf) .,:
Singer Portable I12.U In excellent condition. 1 owner now $300. Call 372-3692 after 5:30 I 59 Cadillac sdn. BROWN
OLD JILVERTONE victroU, r ec- White $14.50 call 374-6U between 5 PJA. P.M. . . $1595 FR 2-4373 --
1030 E. Univ. NAU8.
erds back to 110. picture fi-ames. Free Westinghouse $ 7.50 A I P.M. "
l gifts brk-a-brac. old timev things Singer Portable $14.95 57 Cadillac 60" sdn., A.C.$795 FR 2-3582
misc. furniture. picnic tables. At White Zig Zag $24.50 1962 RALEIGH Auto. Ecen. I Value Rated s
Treasure Chest, Fairbanks, Standard S 2.00 Campus transportation. Buyingcar 56 Cadillac
I miles north of airport. 1V4 Necchl $18.50 and must sell. Good condi-, SHAW cpe., A.C. . .$395 :- .
ALL WORK GUARANTEED tion t80. Call Used Cars -
FR 65525. J
SEARS Kenmore oil heater, 55,000 611 W. Univ. Ave. 372-7610 62 Olds 98", HIT, sdn., A.C. $2595 ". .
t KTU. like 17 Jj stove $30 .
new. gas
See at 1336 NE 7th St. PIFR .- LET'S TRADE 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS B&G MOTOR CO. '62 Olds "98" sdn. 3
for A.C.$2395
105.. your tired air conditioner a .
. rebuilt washer freezer, refrigerator AIR CONDITIONING. Tune up Cadillac Oldsmobile & .
REPOSSESSED Singer port. Zlg or dishwasher. Special $2.50 for performance 2C01 NW 13th St. 60 Olds 98" H/T, sdn., 9.C. $1495 ,.
Zag and attachments. Round bob-
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP test. All makes and models.of .
In. sews forward and reverse over FR 6-0267 Chrysler '60 Olds "88"
. pins and.needles. U per mo. balance Powers Motor built .cars. Hawes- HIT, sdn. . .$1295
Co. Air Conditioning
Mikeifs Sewing Machine 42 BUICK LeSabre 4 door "
. Service. 115 W. Univ Ave. 371- New & Used Office Machines Servicing Center. 204 N. sedan automatic transmission 59 Olds 88" H/T, cpe.$995
Main St.,
1355. All makes fc models phone FR 22561.

DO _IT YOUR SELF Form Cash Typewriters.registers.Adding Check machines protectors. MILLER SONS power radio heater steering air power conditioned brakes, \ 58 Olds 588", HIT, cpe. .. $695
, Auto painting $29.95 ....... .. .
ca top 1IX20M boards $1. File cabinets calculators. low miles. ., ..$2395 238 W. University
Make table, cutting board Body work a. trucks painted 58 Olds sdn.
b'ns. etc Gainesville Auto Top & UNIVERSITY FIE CHECK OFFICE PROTECTOR EQUIP.CO. All work guaranteed MELTON MOTORS A.C . . $695

.t. the p._, 2727 NW 6th St. 732 NW 1st st. 703 N. MAIN ST. FR 4-7571 Phone FR 6.5371 58 Olds, sdn . . . .. .$350 DAL'U
PLAYPEJi port-a-crib. highchair GOOD used Hotpoint elec. stove. 85 Automobiles for Sale
buggy and ether baby turn; 5 pc:. yellow dinette set. bassinette 57 Olds. sdn. A.C
Chairs, night stand book case. outfit baby stroller f> feeding ta- . . .$395
floor lamp rugs. Iron. camera. ble. 372-MW. MERCURY convertible, 1960 power i
etc. All in good condition. Priced steering brakes, windows & 56 Olds, sd.n. . . . $395
U to 1.3 new price. Call FRt715. FOR SALE Elgin TYi h.p. motor seats. Large engine. A-l cond.
excellent condition. Phone.376-8135 Call 3760096.CHEVY RAMBLERS '
after 5:00 P.M. 63 Buick, SW, A.C. .'. .$3195 ING
NEW furniture purchased. Will sell Impala 64. New
CLARINET wooden b-flat recondi-
old Sunday School rum. and 2.750 ml $2600. Coll FR- 59 Buick HIT A.C.$995
benches cheap. Phone 372-1329. tioned $25; Detecto baby scale $3; epe., I
rubber foam bed pillows $1 ea. 6-4405. .-'
CITIZEN BAND RADIOS Remington Roll a matte elec. 1955 .CHEV. '63 Chevy II Nova, AT . : .$1795 :
SJ. 374-2639. CONVERTIBLE. Good
New and Used UO condition $3*. For information: .4 I RAMBLER SIZES FOR 1965
Complete line of photo suppliesFULLER'S ATTIC SALE: Antique chime clock call FR 2-6062. % 60 Chevy SW, OD . . .$1195
FOTO INC. $30; .antiQue Iron shaveing stand
61' W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 $20; bookshelf headboard. $6; Crown Imperial 1964 like new. Must '60 SW AT COMING SEPTEMBER 23
TRADE your costly to operate chest drawers $15; swivel chair, sell to settle estate. No air cond. Chevy . . .$1095
IS) gas water heater in crate $4400. Phone 316-$123. 1
ELECTRIC water heater and
$30; reducing machine, $25: dish 61 Impala HIT sdn. A.C. .$1595 See them
Ml for a new glasslined GAS VALIANT. A.T., r & h, 46r.. at ...
es. Xmas gins misc. "Ox-bow"
heater Much hot V-200. black OUR COST
water more
exterior rd & white
water at about half the cost with Newberry 5 weekdays Road.anytime FR w 2.10.7.ttgnds.after Interior. Looks sharp, good mechanical 58 Chevy V8 . . . .. $250 I
OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. condition. Call 372-5424. RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.

ARCHER ROAD. FR 4-5110. 67 Trading Pests '60 SUNBEAM Alpine, excellent '61 Ford, sdn., AC . . $1395 !
T-V antennas. S3 single stack, *7 cond., FR8433 =
one owner many extras. 1132 S. MAIN ST.
Jim double Voyles.stack,4H$13.00 NW complete Ith Ave.kit. WILL trade boat good for 14 foot fiberglass Priced right. Call FR 4-78M. 61 Falcon, SW . . .' $1095 ...
your car. even 5'0FINANCING io
OOWLINO'9 UPHOLSTERY trade 2-8111. or boot If warranted. FR 1955 FORD CONY. good toP. good; '60 Ford SW . . . . $795
Chain, low as tt. No moneydown tires, good looking. Fully equipped r
low as U per month. priced at $395. 316 NE 1st St. '60 Ford 6 ST ,.
Free estimates, pickup and delivery 70 Boats- Marin* Equip. . . . $595

Phone service.37a-77 All a.work_guaranteed. 1964 LONESTAR fiberglass. 14 ft. i 1957 rebuilt PORSCHE'COUPE excellent condition, completely l 58 Ford HIT, epe., V8 . . $395 HAWES-POWERS MOTOR CO.
with a bait well 18 hp Johnson; I throughout. See at 2115 NW 7th

NEW and, used edgers.chain tampers taws,, lawnmowers light lights.5'4 hp Will Johnson finance If trailer and. PL after 1 P.M. 57 Ford SW, V8 : . . $395
plants cable. Wisconsin. Briggs necessary.See 55 CHEVROI ET, standard transmission -
& Stratton. new and used mo at 3906 NW 21st Ter. 6 cylinder. Perfect condi- '61 Chrysler, sdn., A.C.$1495 SMITTY SEZ;:
tors. Rental sales and service. FOR SALE 14. Wolverine boatwith tion. Call 3726638. 1815 NW 7th
Meyers Power Took. 230 NE factory-built trailer spare PL Available on all New Executive '
62 H/T sdn. A.C. "We're still sell-
Imperial $2995
Um Ave. Phone 37.3m. tire. 40 h.p. elec. starter Ey","- .
rude motor equipped with new 1964 VW Deluxe Moro bus. split D

HERMES Lady Kenmore portable dishwasher typewrtler S25 ISO;> battery preservers.; fire All extinguisher In excellent& con-life lent seat,condition red & white.private 50 HP party, excel St- Driven 1964 Ramblers. '61 Dodge, SW, PS . .. $1295 ing these cars at M

Cartop carrier S3; dinette & 4 dition. This 395. CaU FR 2-4281 weekends and ..
week only 450. For
chairs m. FR 6-7641._ further Information call 495-2141. weekdays after 6 P.M. ONLY FOUR EXECUTIVE DRIVEN 61 Plymouth, 9 pass., SW . $1295 close to whole 1

ONE carriage play pen & car 15'10" Sportscraft boat & Johnson 63 OLDS Jetfire fac. air turbo 59 Plymouth SW . . .. $695 sale. The '65s j
bed. S5 ea. 2 Infant seats $3 ea. 25 hp. motor. Original price I charged 4 speed, loaded. John RAMBLERSLLEFT3 ,
Call 372-6251. 136 NW 11th Ave. 82.000 will sacrifice a for $200. Plerson FR 2-8743 or see at 1122 61i
i. BARBIE type doll clothes many Phone 37 -7aa2. NW 4th Ave. 60 Dodge, HIT, sdn., A.C . $795 will be out soon :
original styles. Priced lower 14 runabout boat 35 hp Mercury '61 Chevrolet parkwood wagon with WITH AIR CONDITIONING ;
than commercial also Little Sister & trailer excellent cond. Very air $1,300. STUDENT SPEC.C'AL 59 Chrysler H/T, cpe., A.C.$1095 we mvst make ..
styles. 3726512._. good ski outfit. Private owner. '54 Plymouth perfect cond
SPECIAL Only' $495. 37 -048. 43,000 sworn to miles. 139S. PhoneFR "it RAMBLER 4 door '770". 'RAMBLER Station wagon, 4 '64 Pontiac HIT, sdn., A.C.$3295 room for the /
30' high T.V. mast. All channel 6440.5.19S7 bucket seats radio heater door cross country radio, heat
T.V. antennas. 50* antenna wire., 72 Office EquipmentCOMPARE Cross country Rambler station twin floor shift ..... .-. $17?$ er. ........................ sws 58 Pontiac sdn . . .. $295 trod. ins. but if
wire, mounting bracket. wagon excellent condition. $500.
f.nUYo s everything you OUR PRICES I Call FR 61950. 'aJ FORD Galaxle "500", 2 dr., '40 CORVAIR 2.door, 56 Pontiac H/T sdn. .. $295 you don't like
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need. Save Typewriters. Adding Machines. hardtop automatic transmission heater. ......_........ ..... 1795 -
e Only $18.95Also Registers Check Calculators Protectors Cash 1964 CORVAIR Spider convertible. radio heater, power '61 Rambler SW $1095 these p r ice I
channel master Econo Kit" File Cabi Daytona blue. radio heater 4 steering power brakes air 'CHEVROLET. f passenger . .
$12. speed transmission wire wheel conditioned, white with red Instation wagon automatic transmission of
.I WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER We UNIVERSITY buy used office machines. covers bucket seats. 4,000 miles. tenor, new tires. ........ nm radio heater. .,11195 '63 Rambler sdn., AT$1695 moke us an *
Hawthorne OFFICE EQUIP & -
Rd. 372.393
FloE Take over payments. Phone 3764339 (3 CHEVROLET 2 door, 6 "
WE WANT TO buy late model used 2727 NW PROTECTOR 6th St. CO. or 3729776. automatic transmission, radio.cyU '*, FORD Station wagon, automatic 58 Hillman sdn . . . $295 fer.

refrigerators. Exceptionally High .................. transmission radio hearer
tradeIns now given.WILSON'S 73 Musical Merchandise 1963 dr.,PLYMOUTH V-$, A.T.. radio station heater wagon.power 4 'heater.(I CHEVROLET Impala 2 1..95 drM clean ......._.._...... IW. 59 Morris Minor . . $295. '

111 $.E. Ut Street EXCHANGE Phone FR 6-447T., PRACTICE PIANOS PJA$1950.steering, Call like 372.9607 new. before A bargainat 5:30 hardtop, radio,automatic heater, 13,000 transmission actual. '60 DODGE transmission Station wagon radio,, heater automatic 59 Triumph SW . . : $200 CORVAIR "7C 0" 4 door 4 speed

FOR SALE maternity wardrobe, Upright pianos |95 and up or 372-3251 after 5:30 P.M. miles .................... SUM nice ............_.. ... $s's 63 radio $1445 -
sizes 10 & 12. phone 376-2015. spinet pianos, $495 and up .
COMPLETE testing equipment and Used nsMJ and up.GRIDLEY NO MONEY DOWN CLOSED SUNDAY .
manuals for radio shop. Hicks, COMPANY TROPICALPONTIAC
Radio and Appliances.FOR / Gainesville Shopping Center .. Nora, sport coupe,
FR 25353. .
SALE new Beautiful full i I radio,
WILL transfer to responsible party 51 CHEVROLET 2 door. $55 51 OLDSMOBILE 2 door
length wedding dress and Ityer.1plrty choice of four spinet or console . . . . . ..
, dresses. size.. S. with matching pianos. Pick up payments of Wur. 302 N.W. 8th Ave.. !5 METRO door. 4..... $250 hardtop.. .,....,..tt--'..., $245S heater.
shoes size Will sacrifice.Pi
liter Spinet Piano trade back 2001 N.W. 13th St. FR 6-7515 heater
FR 2-2583 .Radio ,
one 3.'l-266_. save $320. Wurlltzer Organ with CHEVROLET 2 door. $45 51 FORD 4 door. ......., $JJ ,
GOOD clean GE Fllterflow Deluxe ., sound A motion pick up payments 62 VOLKSWAGEN
J we have a piano to fit 'I245
washer. Call FR 2-2436 after
$:00 P.M._, 702 any W.decor.Univ.EARL'S Ave. 376-0031.PIANO CO., sharp. . . . . .

FOR SALE by married student all. SPINET Pianos (new) beginning .t POOLECABLEMOTORS RIDGWAYMOTOR automatic
sled wh! Wysconsln engine. $495. Rebuilt email Grand Piano SAFE BUYUSED 4 door,
, Phone 376-4776 or 376721. $650. Also another truck load of 62 RAMBLER transmission $1195
those fine factory rebuilt pianos
LOST bright carpet colon .,.. fully guaranteed arrived today. DODGE-DART CO. II radio, heater. . .
restore them with Blue Lustre
We Invite you to visit us for all TRUCKS
Rent electric shampooer tl. Me,. your musical needs 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2.8433 II CARS Monza 4 speed .
Danle'l' Furniture Co., Galnesvllli t LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE lit SE 1st Ave. 372-4343 ,
Shopping Center. 112 SE.1st Street 'L2 CORVAIR radio $ TOOCtoter. .


Galaxie, loaded including 4 door
163 FORD factory air .$ CHEVROLET
63 VB
2295l hardtop, pow-
like . .. .
{ conditioning, new real $
er steering, radio,. heater, 9395iorp

PLYMOUTH Y8, suburban s . . . . . _
station $ a

wagon, loaded . . . . 2195 Commuter station
jekyll&hyde MERCURY
/atQ Monterey, loaded including 62 wagon, automatic .

00 MERCURY factory air transmission, radio, heater power $2045.

conditioning, power windows, $2495 steering air conditioned. Like new.

i i power seats . :. . . . 4 door sedan,'

Beneath Cortina's respectable exterior lies a demon of a car. This pleasant-looking '61 CHEVROLET a Convertible real $ 1395 62 FAIRLANE, radio, 58Mu, $ transmission .

five-passenger family car turns into a race winner when you feed it a little gas. So gem . . . . . . heater. . . . . . .. 445 -

far, competition-modified Cortinas have done away with their competitors in 160 CHEVROLET i 4 air door V:' factory l 61 IMPERIAL 4 door, crown, power I-

winning over 140 firsts in races and rallies all over the world. Cortina is the winnerof conditioning, etc. . . . 1395 brakes radio heater steering, power
1 4 $2395
Impala, door
the 1964 Auto-Universum "International Car of the Year" award, for "outstanding '59 CHEVROLET standard $ air conditioned. . . . .

:I performance, reliability and versatility in competition around the world." Importedand transmission, excellent'condition- 895 61 PLYMOUTH 4 door, station

/SA Meteor, 4 door sedan, wagon, automatic.

distributed by Ford Motor Company, it is available in the United States in the OZ MERCURY one owner-$ | OQC transmission, power steering V8, $1345

GT, the deluxe 2- and 4-doorsedans and the station wagon. Every Cortina offers you perfect mechanical condition .*. IOT J7Aft real sharp . . . . .

five-passenger comfort, foam-padded bucket seats, American size nuts and bolts, OU MERCURY 9 wagon passenger factory station air '60 DODGE 4 door, sedan, ,radio automatictransmission hear: ..

and to 32 A four-speed synchromesh gearshift is conditioning, right from $QQC ..-.'
ample luggage room up mpg. y/D er, power steering, $795-'
bumper to bumper . . .
real sharp. . . . . :
standard. Automatic transmission is available. most models. The 2-door sedan / Meteor "800" 4 door -

lists for $175S* Cortina's the new four-passenger Anglia deluxe 61 MERCURY' sedan, $11QC /ff\ FORD Fairlane! "500" 4 door, automatic -

only ( counterpart, local one owner car . . . II 7DCO OU transmission, $LAC II!

i, offers many Cortina advantages, and lists for $1598?) Meet Cortina.Your English Ford / OLDS exceptionally' clean $AQC radio, heater. . . . . Of 3 :

30 OVD

) Line dealer has this demon of an economy compact in custody, waiting for you. '58 RAMBLER air conditioned Station Wagon .- $595 /60\ FORD : door cyl.. standard transmission$525*, -

.Manufacturer. suggested retail price. East Coast P.O.E. dealers. Destination charges, heater, other optional equipment and state and a steal at nice. . . . . . :

local taxes and fees if any are extra. Whitewall! tires shown $24.95.Overseas delivery available at substantial savings. '61 RAMBLER classic 4 door, 6 cyl., 11-

local, low Z door, automatic
$850 59 CHEVROLET :

star.. mileage, perfect condition .. . .. transmisl $795
x sion, 6 cyl., heater, real sharp. . :

: IMPORTS Fu' 4 door, automatic

I t svd"., 59 p PLYMOUTH $

!\ 1tY 761 RENAULT . . .495 transmission, radio, heater. .. . 545. ..
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i has / Roodmaster, 2 door, hardtop ,
62 VOLKSWAGENiu:: safety D/ BUICK $

checked and classed as per- $19AC full power. . . . . . 39 S ..

feet by a VW dealer . . I O"D -
4 door. station s

'59 VOLKSWAGEN ,.? 758 STUDEBAKER wagon, $295

.u. $850 . . :
mileage, extra clean . . . radio heater. . .

'57 VOLVO 495 door, radio' 1
1 $395"
P 444l 57 MERCURY heater nice.See .

57 MERCADES Benz $



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gB0& ? & mFaircloth

'n GaInesville Sun Thursday. September 17. 1964 .


- Praises'Honor UE ,


General-elect Earl
Faircloth Wednesday told Uni- j- THANK YOU IN APPRECIATION FOR PAST SUCCESS! (,.
yersity of Florida law students
the UF's honor system is an im- REPEATED BYPOPULAR L

portant personal element integrity.for developing GOOD/VEAR APPRECIATION 1 I DAYS! .

'"This is the age of the mind,"
he told the student John Mar- DEMAND
shall Bar Association. "Conflict- ,
ing systems are at war with COME IN AND SAVE Starts 8 A.M. Thursday-Ends 6 P.M. Saturday-3 BIG DAYS ..
ideas. .the prevailing system )
depends on citizens trained with

inner respect." J J .J J .J J :J :! J J J .I .J .3 .r. i- J J .) .i J > ,) .1 J J J J J J J J J JCLEARANCE

He explained that one of the ..-- ----
best ways to guarantee a system -
of equal justice under the I AFL APPLIANCES
law is through "a dedicated bar

and bench." SHOP 3-Pc. Foam [I"

"We must have competent ] 'Fl E
lawyers and judges," Faircloth,\ THIS, Den SetCovered i
who is a UF undergraduate and ,
Law School graduate, said. In
I cii- BRASS
Commenting on the swearingin TJTj1O SALE Vinyl
of the first charter membersof ANDel
the Honor Court Bar Association Double Foam .Big 42'Settee $ O 5
cited on Seat Fronts 79
, the Miami attorney '' & nJ ,
No-Saz Springs! 2 Roomy Chairs I.t.
the need for a strong bar and .
r when you open a new
bench to "work for a system of Amazing valuet Less than $10 per piece Sturdy account or reopen your
government by laws and not by SAVE I frames with hardwood arms. Comfortable,long last former account with a
the whims and fancies of any ing Beat and back cushions wipe clean. Attractive purchase of 32.50 or
anywhere! As Little As $3 Down, $1.25 Weekly. more.
one man.
Guests at the luncheon included -
UF President J.Wayne Reitz,
Vice President Harry Philpott,,
Law Dean Frank Maloney, Circuit GE WASHERS
' Judge J. C. Adkins Jr. and I
members of the law'school fac- ALLTYPES, ALL MODELS

ulty.JMBA s ter .
President Ed Moore \ iJ

was toastmaster. ___ I PRICED $16800FR I

No Tax Cut Dryers as low as ?98 i

This Year af


Homeowners and other pro- ....:......
perty holders whose holdingswere Sl
damaged by Hurricane A .
Dora's winds and water won't < -
get a tax break on the new '? ALL SIZES .- ALL MODELS V -'
1964 tax roll.
Come in and them!
J. Pierce Smith, Al a c hua
County tax'assessor, said val- i l j awes
uations for the new roll are
,set as of last Jan. 1. PRICED $12800FROM

The new roll will be sent to
the tax collector in a few l
weeks, and tax bills then will Model J299
be sent out. Bills become pay-
able at a discount in Novem- '

ber, and become delinquentnext N..... &#
spring. ........ iIREFRIGERATORS : I
Although there is a lag in I
making adjustments for p e r- I ] '
sons whose property is dam-

there aged also after is Jan.a similar 1 each lag year from, !!!!!!! ALL SIZES & TYPES I

the time the property is improved liI!! TO CHOOSE FROM ,

the tax to rolls.when it appears on liii!!!! Some Dial Defrost Some aim A V
For example, a person whose !!!!I Frost Free All Brand New vJ8 0 ails ONC V
property is damaged by floods I sr vJ ..
this month will not find his : NO MONEY DOWN 4"Jl
loss reflected on the tax roll :1' fO CL8 barB 4?
until 1965.
At the same time, a person I PRICED : fO /G'R:' $ON
who builds a home this month I ROOM
will pay no taxes on the build-I I $ 0 "/1v 6fte V

roll ing until next it year.appears on the tax i t 158 -CI) ltJgeoUsed ld S

@ W/T -

Illdustl'ialPl.odllction :! jl!. _ _ *.j :: TA 241 n"ers

Up to 36 Free Installation On All Tires eS

Months to Pay

Terms as Low as $1.25 Weekly .
nation's industrial production
continued to climb in Augustfor -r- Many are originalequipment !
the 12th consecutive month, tires CREDIT!

the: Federal Reserve reported Start S Se 'f.r AB Holclm"C>wrj.-.-M..tw
Wednesday.TJie AT LOW L 0 end National C.clitC.rds.
production of automobiles as lo'Was PRICES
again was a key factor in push-
ing-output to another record al- PORTABLES BRAND j

though many other there business were increases areas. in TABLE MODELS NEW No :J4i'c4As//Ll TRY THIS BIG. BUYI

The Federal Reserve said output CONSOLES Monev '
by the nation's factories, eT. LIMIT"GOODYEAR GUARANTEE-All NATION-WIDE "NO New Famous
mines and utilities was 33.5 per .. FULLY GUARANTEED Dow GoodyearAutoTiresareGuaranteedagainstdefectsinworkman
All-Weather "42"
cent higher than the 1957-59 av
ship and materials and normal -
erage. August was less than one road hazards, except repairable ; it with TUFSYN
percentage point higher than $OOOOPRICED punctures. p i '
July but the gain was in line If a Goodyear Tire Fails Under )
FROM this Guarantee any of more than NOW JUST
with the average advance of the OO 80,000 Goodyear dealers in the (
past' few months. United States and Canada will
S. V make allowance on a new tire $700 Traits Mack.
Production was 6 per cent Model 110Poctable original, tread depth run.
Fr'--1 loud Tax see Reel, ".
higher than August 1963, when i I NO MONEY DOWN and current"Good- TIt..
the Federal Reserve index stoodat year

125.24. The index, which uses I, Price"i _..,.. .., .... .... ,
.. ,,, ,.... ,., .. .xm '
the 1957-59 averagte as a base I \\\mr\ >.;<: "d A._. "-,=- -- = !D:;< ';-:- ,,;:Jt"J!"" i"":. \. :!' !,! ;- '
fY''' "!iJj1" ;t -- ""' '' : -
of, 100, was 133.5 in August. .q; : t r- BATTERY
faf "HO RED TAPE" SAFETY 19Brake r H -

I I US* OUt 30-60-70-DAY SPECIALS Adjust, repack front' U.s.C\R l. andFREE

Son MOUNT, 15 CARROLL, Held HI. (AP)I I *GLUCE; HAN-NO NTEttSTs bearings, check::11. TAKE.YOUR CAR. TO THE EXPERTS .1'1'art;:;. CHARGE-UPI

Richard Gaar, 15, of Mil-
'ledgeville, has been charged 5;
with murder and arson after !
admitting that he started a fire! ; .
in which his parents died. '
Robert Puckett, deputy state I GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE LOWER HALF (1
lire.Jnarshall, said Gaar told \ li,
questioners he emptied a two- .: SAFETY CHECK !
gallon can of gasoline. outside t- \
.'he bedroom of his sleeping 725 N. Main St. Gainesville, Fla. PKone 372-3537. .
Barents a week ago and lit a

'1a"He tch.told us he knew he had Store Hours: Monday. thru Thursday,;8 a.m5:30 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m.-9 p.m.;. Saturday, 8 a.m.-6. p.m., I

lone something wrong as soon]: FREE CUSTOMER PARKING .ON OUR OFF-STREET PAVED __ '
18 he lit the gasoline, but some-
lung kept urging him on,"i ,
Nckett said. S V V V LOT'V V

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