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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 18, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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,'SP MIAMI (AP) -, Hurricane she,has been traveling the past At 11 ajn. (EST), the Weather She was poking along at 9
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was tered 775 miles east of Miami Describing as
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developed
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4 and the Weather Bureau fore-. casters said hurricane-force ?
i irt' gyp send swells ''pounding ashore hour spinning around her center saw no change in her. size, di- from the North Carolina winds extended 100 miles to the a;

4 KtW along the southeast Atlantic Gladys stayed on the men- rection or speed for the next coast, at, latitude 26.4 north, northeast and 50 miles to the stl

,t.I. Coast by Saturday night. acing, west-northwest course two days. longitude 67.6 west. southwest. ie

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U S Discloses Hits ran
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retary of Defense Robert S. : i
McNamara abruptly 'canceled

his appearance before a Chicago ''c; 3

group today amid unconfirmed",
reports of a possible new incident 4 }
in the Far East. o .
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(AP) Sec
3'a retary of Defense Robert S.
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QueenBy i 'R d'a #ney. r. U.S. anti-satellite systems have

scored several successful inter-
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4g+ cepts of U.S. satellites up to
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EDDY GILMORE ". o4, #'y q "hundreds of miles" above
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ATHENS, Greece (AP) King Constantine of the il.. ., < >ati '"' d9au'yY earth.
Hellenes wed Denmark's beautiful Princess Anne-Marie t 4...'a.ao'yy'L i.QoSS" 4 V7 1a."xq,. McNamara appeared at a

today amid the, Byzantine magnificence of Athens' Greek .il &cG@8 04 news conference to give some;

Orthodox Cathedral. # additional details on the anti-,
Anne Marie, 18, became the queen of Greece and the (+.w ., '% k satellite systems which President -
world's youngest queen. At x3r.t tf. irNiO, > +" 4ay ': Johnson announced terse-
and lines. The dress
24 her husband is the world's simple was ly in a speech Thursday at Sacramento
youngest monarch.She gathered at! the waist by an + wwah4':( k Calif.
heirloom brooch, and the bosom
bride and The defense said
was a gorgeous secretary
was covered with lace that had
the dark-haired king a strikingly "I'm under serious restriction"as
belonged to her maternal grand-
handsome bridegroom.It mother, Crown Princess Mar- .to what details he could give

was a spectacularly color- garetha of Sweden, who woreit > ? out either about the two satellitekiller
ful ceremony, but it had its very at her wedding.Her systems or about a
human moments when Anne- new over the-horizon radar
tE veil, worn with a family ,
Marie giggled, and when Queen which Johnson also announced,
her
tiara, had been worn by
; Mother Frederika' Prince came close Charles to' mother, Queen Ingrid, at her Wants lJF-. TeacTiihe .Job Back .Both classified, he ,said" ; are'f '"very.,'- highly,

hitting Brita \* .wedding. The wedding gown ,- fc, --f -nrr1 ,jriT y..t 1 \** P "
with one of Jhetwo crowns used ended'':a short' rain of frilletrf Gainesville attorney Dick Jones (at end of table in striped tie) argued for his client, Dr. Robert G. Hoffmann (to He did'disclose that the anti-

in Greek Orthodox'weddings.. silk organza, while another left rear of Jones) at a session of State Board of Control here today. Hoffmann is seeking reinstatement as a pro satellite weapons employ ,the
t Charles did not duck, but he train 40 feet fell from her Air Force's Thor missile and 1
long
fessor at the University of Florida. His teaching job as a'medical statistician was abolished by the UF last June. "
eyed the heavy crowns with shoulders and was carried by (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) the Army's Nike-Zeus antimissile

concern. her six bridesmaids. r' .,. ..' device.
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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II Constantine wore a white military ,4' McNamara said the Army successfully

was the only reigning European uniform with rows of deco- TaUahassee *3 l/F:. intercepted its first

monarch not present. Preparing rations. .. T <- Erred. in DischargingProf : satellite on Aug. 1, 1963, and the
t for a visit to Canada, she sent The 45-minute service was Air Force on May 29, 1964 in

t her husband, Prince Philip. Her conducted by Archbishop Chry- ComesGainesvillS To. each case, a year after they
two teen-age children, Prince sostomos, 85-year-old primate of ..,.. were ordered to start work on
Charles and Princess Anne, Greece's Orthodox Church. : Investigators ReportBy the antisatellites."The .

were members of the wedding Looking on was Patriarch Alex- two systems have been

i party. ei of Moscow-and all Russia. CUF CORMIER But before the board, could the University of Florida from effectively tested and have intercepted

Anne-Marie's wedding gown Also on hand was a glittering You'd think .GainesvillejFwas,. 'Sun Education Writer 'act on Blee's finding, PresidentJ. .having its say. satellites in space,
of duchesse satin, in classic gathering of kings, queens, prin- f their missiles passing closeas
was so
Tallahassee. && Dr. Robert:> G. Hoffmann, for- Wayne Reitz of the Univer- Jones then requested
Greek style with a high waist (See ROYAL on Page 2)) a con- to be within the destruction
state offIcials
The number of mer professor of statistics at the sity of Florida presented a rejoinder tinuation until the October 26 "
radius
and legislators in town today University of Florida won a stating that he did have meeting of the board in Talla- Namara of the warheads, Mc-
made a substitute capital oft brief victory in his tight for reinstatement the necessary authority to terminate hassee. said.
13th St. Rezoning Gainesville as early morning: this morning before Hoffmann's service?:' He declined to discuss wheth-
Blee's report said that Dr. the
committee sessions here this the State Board of Control, then Jones lost his protest to the er warheads are nuclear or
Sam Martin,provost of the Med
morning got legislative weekend -':: learned he'd have to wait an- board that Dr. Reitz's state- conventional, but i Indicated i
under way.: l'\, other month for a decision. ment should not be received on ical Center who' initiated Hoffmann's there was no actual physical in'i
termination, "did
subcommittee that the UF had been every- tercept-that the satellite-killing
Action PostponedBy One legislative The board received a'report grounds
thing a reasonable man could
met Thursday, three were\ from its investigator in the case, given 10 days to answer after warhead was measured as com-
be do under
to the
expected circumstances
abusiness- scheduled during, the..day today Dr. Myron Blee and then.heard the original petition was received ing within lethal range of the
with- but he had
JEAN CARVER professional no established satellite
and the Board of. Control had| arguments from Hoffmann's: at- in June. target.
Son Staff Writer drawn. and evening agenda Dick Jones. procedures to go by. The defense secretary refusedto
torney,
an all-day "We complied with the
10-day
"There Is an unusual opportunity Jones argued that, if this is
&* say anything about bases at
before the legislators could relax ; Bice's report stated thai the
Action was delayed again for unified development in period and gave our arguments the case, everything the University which the anti-satellite
af systemsare
at tonight's "socialtlour" ;\ University of Florida was not -
two rezoning >
Thursday night on '
the city Goldschalk explained : Dr. Reitz had the same oppor- of Florida has done deployed. He did not men-
requests for N.W. 13th Street "The most logical use ,for this the The University social hour Inn.at 5bO: this\';" when acting it with terminated'Hoffmann's Propeauthority tunlty and failed to do so," about Hoffmann's position up to tion where the tests were held,
property Is for plaza develop Jones said.Chairman. how is invalidated. but it is believed to have
land.Members Plan afternoon. sponsored by they- job as a statistician at the Medical hap-
of Chairman the City Arnold ment"The Gainesville Chamber of Com,' Center in June, and until Baya 'H a rrison "They must be given definite pened over the Pacific.
Board with objecting planning director presented merce. 1 such authority is granted By the' agreed that the UF should abide, procedures .to go by from the McNamara said both the anti-
Butt and Dr. Alan DeLaney a proposed'plan of the area Saturday, the University of*", Board of ControlHoffmanni ,, by the rules laid by the board, Board of'Control and then go satellite systems are derivativesof
requested the tabling showing a shopping center on back and "
start all over, Jones missile and anti-missile
(See TALLY on Page 2) should be reinstated as of July 1. but said this should not revent.tford proj-
action. 10th Avenue and a series of It J said. ects which have been under way
The move came after Plan- garden- ,type apartment'dev l-< In the meantime Hoffmann is for years..

ning Director David Godschalk opments and small shoppingareas :'i Trio Pleads : Falls in LinetvithCOntract' entitled to resume his position, The Thor and the Nike-Zeus
'I recommended that a plan board- among the apartments.. he argued. both were started during the,Eisenhower -
initiated request that 13th Although development in the Dr. Reitz's rejoinder was administration.The .
Street property between N.W. area has been a source of con- Innocent based on a section of the by- Thor was this country'sfirst
8th Avenue and N.W. 16th Ave- cern from neighbors at previous laws of the State Board of Con- 1,500-mile-range missile

nue east to N.W. 12th Streetbe plan board sessions, only trol'which states,that university but no longer is used as a mili-
rezoned from residential-pro- one protest was lodged Thurs- In MurderA presidents.shall have initiative tary weapon.The Nike-Zeus has
essional and shopping center to (See ZONING on Page 2)) DETROIT ,(AP-Fprd Motor Chrysler, under certain circumstances :in maintaining and shaping educational been under development as a
Starke couple and a Chip- CoTand the United Auto work\ ,' ''give a worker"taking policies, of their re- missile-killer since about 1957

ley youth, indicted for the gun- ers reached agreement. in prin-X early retirement company benefits spective institutions. (SATELLITE on Page 2)) .
fight death of Gainesville grocer ciple,today on labor: contract........ ..< of as much'as $400 a month:
SWALLOWS 'TAKING R., T.I a11peppei l :Aprfl; which'parallels one attained: by .*', Nine cents of the current. 14
t. pleaded innocent to'first degree Chrysler and the UAW last cents cost-of-living allowance
in 8th Judicial week. ". f will be frozen into the hourly .t w
murder charges today_ \. Apollo Moonship
.
TUNNEL SHORT. CUTf : Circuit Court; i in "jpaines-., The \, greem t came less base rate. I
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"iTUe. than an>hour before_ a 10 a.m. The .rnnmregular week-

;. Sfrni lark utonra Seventeen : year-old:J.t Connie strike deadline.|| ly payments under the 'supplemental -, Thrust Into Orbit' :

GENEVA Ornithologists here are: skeptical of a report Louise Dampier entered pleas of Malrolfl Denise, Ford vice unemployment benefit .
published Thursday, in Swiss newspapers that some of the swallows innocent and innocent due to>!: in: president/ id ,the agreement plan will be increased from.440 4":",, .
migrating southwards" before the onset of winter are takinga sanity. Her attorney, is James, provides for substantially-' to $50 phis $1.50 for each) 'of up CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) unmanned model of they'-ian .

shortcut through the new Great, St. Bernard Road Tunnel thus Clayton. 4 I proved retkerneat benefits,'earlier to.four//dependents.The -A Saturn 1, the world's mightiest Project Apollo moonship.

saving themselves the flight over the 8,000-foot-high pass. Her husband, John Scott Dam- retireriiel t,?Jnlre paid re-, company also granted! a space rocket, thundered to The flight was the second in
Customs officials at the Swiss end of the tunnel said that swal- pier, 21, pleaded innocent His lief time, aa additional week of Christmas bonus under certain its seventh straight test-flight a long series of unmanned Apollo ,
had been seen in the tunnel and its approaches. While ad- vacation, improvement i factor circumstances.. When the supplemental
to
lows attorney is J. Lance Lazonby success today, hurling Mo orbit flights Jeading three-maa i
mitting that a swallow could fly through the brightly lit;3-mile and other pay ;'increases, two unemployment benefit : earth orbital missions and eves- i ia

tusnel, ornithologists say that it would do so by compulsion =on Jr.Robert Lamar Joiner, 22, more paid jboli. s, cost-f-Iiv- fund reaches the point where tually lunar landing., The 1

befog frightened by the sound of car engines, for example' not Chipley; who fs'iocus4' be- ing allowance,_hardened-insuiv ,further contributions- by the rockets aDd spacecraft are early : 1
and benefits, ana are not required, the '
ance health y
by instinct. company J
cbiaDy shot versions of hardware developed
the .wb being
ing man WHERE TO
The thunderstorms and occasional high winds over the pass over other imp bvemmts. company-paid five cents per .
innocent for the .
the last iew days may have caused the swallows to seek shelter in Culpepper:, pleaded" Denise laid "fee agreement 'hearemploye 'wfll. go, h> .moon journeys.The
the covered .approach road to the tunnel mouth, which is about aridN innocent dueito'l msanity. provides Jor/ wage and fe stead a !into a, ChristmaS.bonus'. FIND IT: National'Aeronautics and .

i 5,800 feet above sea level. Pursuing insects on the-wing -' them- His attorney' .is ,William' '.' -+ An- increases cJoseJY COJ1parable1o 'fJ feint. All hourly employes cov- Space Admaistration announced

selves attracted at night by the lights of the road station the drews. those already weed utyby,.o.efed by the sub,plan,widi more Comics 9 .. .' 8 11 minutes' 'after'launching that',
:'birds could conceivably fly some way into the tunnel'Md,then be All the attorneys are from Chrysler Corp. and the union than-.one year's seniority will Classified . .15-19 the rockets.had performed flawlessly i

driven farther along by the noise of an approaching ve&e& Gainesville, and are appointed ,(It;therefore .insures that Ford, ..'share equally' in payouts from ,Entertainment ;. ,9 and said the Apollo craft,_ I
The'Alps hi general often prove to be, a formidable.bamer for by) 'Circuit Judge James C....Adr. ,...will, remain}{ fuRy rompctilive"'with" the* Christmas bonus fund beginning Obituaries '. ; 2 called a "beger plate because_ < i
migrating birds which in severe storms, especially btiwds la'spring kiDs Jr. to represeat.Ae,three respect to wage* and benefits in 1966, if there is .Opinion, Page .. 4 it is a'weighed: metal shell, IiMS': I

sometimes alight in exhaustion at the windows of the Great defendants. as much asjij i ,,month- TM>ouflh,money:hi the ,fund to .. Sports *? .119 1J settled into an orbit raaI $p|_a. I
St. Bernard Monastery at the bead of the pass. State Atty. T. E. Duncan rep- Ford said the ewly reSe 4. vtvech: eligible employe a .Women's A,':** ** .? ,e. from..about. 115, to 135 miles" I

(See MURDER on Page 2)) meet program could as at minimum of$25. high. 'I!

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Weather Roundup More About, !


Legislative Committee OKs '9bttuartt .

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':: : MRS. ADDIE HARDY was an instructor at West Murder'J: J I

= Two Mental Health Bills eM=aaT a. Services for Mrs. Addie L. Palm Beach's first school and 1. j
was in the Alachua County
,Hardy, 74, of 110 N. W. 4th
ZONES Ave., will be Sunday at 2 p.m. school system for seven years. \I. 1

By JEAN CARVER ably begin in early February.The and sets the qualifications for BC Fair through II-s. at the Williams .Thomas chap Mrs Lyman is survived bya The maximum penalty for I

Sun Staff Writer need is so great in this the authority director. Under Saturday. Low tonight upper son, Ralph Lyman of West first degree'murder is the electric i I I I

t state for a program for psychotic the prosposed bill, community 60s. High Saturday near 85.. el.She died Thursday at a Starke Palm Beach. .chair. !
7- Two bills on mental retardation children," committee chair- mental health programs could East and northeast winds 8 F Hospital after. an extended ill- Culpepper, 69, was shot and -. i
.... RONALD BROWN '
and mental health were ap- man Rep. Woodie Liles of Tampa receive grants from the author- to 15 miles per hour. killed in his store, Culpepper'sMarket

:. proved this morning by members told Martin. "This committee ity. Present law does not per- Low D -tonight Mostly near fair 70.through High Saturday.Saturday "' "' ness.Mrs... Hardy'was a Gainesville KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 1720 N. Waldo Rd., April f i

of the Legislative Council's is very concerned with the mit the State Board of Healthto about 15 miles U. Cast per to hour northeast becoming winds north IIto se. a resident for 24 years and was Services for Ronald Lacy Brown, 29. Two guns were found at i

committee on mental health. operation of this center." give community grants. easterly. U to 20 miles per hour Sat.' born in Red Oak, Ga. 27, of Keystone Heights, will be the scene, one of them Culpep--
The committee, composed of A memorandum from Sec. of Committee members at to- urday.E F Fair weather through Satur Survivors include her daughter -Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Hope per's. Both had been fired.

House and Senate members, is State Tom Adams also indicated day's session at the Chamberof day Saturday Low U tonight to fO. around East and 70. northeast High 1-1 a Mrs. William H. Bryan, Baptist Church at Theressa.He Joiner appeared at Alachua *
one of three legislative commit- concern over the construction Commerce were Sen. JamesE. winds I to 15 miles per hour.O Gainesville; three sons, Charles, died Thursday morning at General Hospital shortly after,
tees meeting here today as partof delay.A (Nick) Connor, chairman of about-one Partly quarter cloudy.of the Shown area. over Low Wtas. Douglas and J. E., all of Starke;':, the University of Florida Hos- wounded in the chest. He sub-

the University of Florida- spokesman for the secre- the Legislative Council of tonight IDs. East mid and 70s.northeast High Saturday winds 10 upper to 15 p/a three brothers, Clifford, Curtis pital after an extended illness. 'sequently was accused of being ,
I Gainesville Chamber of Commerce tary of state said he was not Brooksville, committee chair- miles per hour becoming northeasterly. a> "i and Connie Lee, all of Enigma, Born in Raiford, he was an :the man who exchanged shots I
1 i legislative weekend. backing down in his support of man Rep. Woodie Liles of Tampa 15 J to 1C 20:.:.. miles SI'IoWera.oyer per hour about satu one-third day Cal;; and a sister, Mrs. C. B.! employe of the Gold Head with Culpepper. t

Action on the two bills this the psychotic child unit.and he Rep. Maxine Baker of Mi- of the In area low through 70s. High Saturday.Saturday Low 15 tonight to GAINESVILLE WEATHER Harris, Tifton, Ga.; 17 grand-': Branch State Park at Keystone I Police believe the motive was K- |

: morning cleared the way for ape was "very concerned to speed it ami, Sen. Clayton Mapoles of .0 East and northeast winds to IS Municipal Airport readingsfor children and one great grand- Heights and was a member of robbery. :
.. Council Milton Rep. Henry Land of miles per hour.TEMPERATURES. 24 hours to S a.m. today: child. the for the trio moved i
proval by the Legislative up as rapidly as you can. Hope Baptist Church anda I Attorneys
: before presentation to the Under the mental retardationbill Mount Dora, Rep. Chesterfield ELSEWHERE High Lew Precip.' High 86 at 3 p.m., low' 66 at Burial will be in Antioch Cem I former member of the .Na- for separate trials motions opposed .. .t a
= Legislature in 1965. proposed by the mental Smith of Arcadia, Sen. Beth Jacksonville! S7 *7 6 a.m. Na rain. etery. tional Guard unit'of Starke. Duncan. The requests are (
Miami IS 10
The psychotic child unit at health committee, child care Johnson of Orlando and Rep. Tampa n 71 Sunset today ALMANAC,...,..... 0-31 p.m. Survivors include his w i dow, scheduled for argument Wednes- *
of Sarasota.l'lore' Atlanta 71 *| Sunrise tomorrow......... lt DAISY LYMANMrs.
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Hasson
the University of Florida Hospital day programs for an outpatienttype John New Orleans 17.. 1.25 Moonset' tomorrow ...... 4-93 a.m. Daisy Lyman, 94, a for- Mrs. Judy Brown; a son, day afternoon before. Judge ..
also reviewed with training could be conducted Boston 71 54 .M Full Moon (Harvest Moon .. Sept. 21 Ronald Anthony Brown; his Adkins.
=. was New York 12 41 The five planets that can be seen withOut I mer Gainesville school teacher, )p
the five existing Sun- father and stepmother Mr. and Aftd that a trial date will be
committee members urging rap- through About CEDAR KEY TWO a telescope are aH visible to died Thursday in West Palm
'
'' =: id completion of plans and ini- land Centers., Saturday High at 12:47 a me and now night.411 Jupiter million 1"I.rtut mile away of Mercury trem. Is, Beach.A Mrs. Lacy Brown of Starke; his set. -
=. tiation of construction. The state director of Sunland 2.0* p.m. Low at <:27 aim and ':57 the smallest. is now It mil,Ion miles mother, Mrs. Mildred Byrd In another case, Caret h a
p.m. from the Earth. native of Cairo, Ill., shelfore
k :. ..- Dr. Sam Martin, medical cen- Centers told the committee Church, Jacksonville; a half- Armstrong, Windsor, accusedof
-:. ter provost, said the current de- there is a waiting list of 1,600 ZoningFrom Five Day ForecastTemperatures I brother, Wayne, and a halfsister shooting Zack Bridges, also
About
lay in building the new unit was children for the retarded chil- Darlene, both of Jackson Windsor while Bridges argued

caused by the slow procedure dren units. 1 are expected to'be expected. In most sections, ville. with her husband entered a
involved in attempting to get The mental health bill adopted Page average near the seasonal nor rainfall is expected to average RoyalFrom Burial will be in the Hope plea of innocent.

matching federal funds ,for the by the committee this morning mal for the next five days.I less than on inch. The Southeast Church Cemetery. DeWitt C. Her trial is scheduled Oct. 27,

building. Mental HealthAuthority day night. Highs[ will range from 85 to 89 portion of the state may get one Jones Funeral Home of Starke 15 days after beginning of the
'" establishes a estate broker Wilbur
=.. He said architect's plans Real degrees. Lows of 67 to 74 can to two inches of rain. Page 1 is in charge of arrangements. October term.
coordinate t h estate representing Franklin .
to Bishop,
be Dec. 1 I I
by
should completed of the ...-. r----- I
who owns one
and_ construction. could conceiv- mental health program Knight JI' cesses and princes. President
u areas considered for rezoning, 1 Johnson was represented by his Attention Livestock Producers!
.= I said he felt the proposal was 3f daughter Lynda Bird. A scorch-
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Cut impracticaL ing sun burned from a cobalt

Faculty Size He accused the plan board t ti blue sky, and inside the cathe- If you have hogs or cattle to ,y

members of "representing one dral the 1,600 guests and principals sell now or in the future picas I
: extreme of two political sidesin looked very warm.
contact one of the buyers at
E. UF Enrollment this town and you are justas Perspiration stood on 'many
Copeland Sausage and
the other side. Company
wrong as royal brows, including that of
Bishop said he doubted that ti a7Va bride's father, King Frederik of give them an opportunity to
= UF President J. Wayne Reitz ment within the means of plant apartment development in the AIR, Denmark. buy your livestock.
here facilities and faculty.Dr. .
told the Board of Control
area would be successful. Throughout the service a
= today enrollment at the University Reitz reported the univer- "This (plan) assumes a lot ol hap choir in the loft sang, providinga COPELAND OFFERS YOU
might have gone as highas sity has a rocord 15,701 students cooperation that may or may r--i -J soft obligatto to the archbishop's -
18,000 were it not for estab- enrolled for the fall trimester, ...
added. a
enroll- not exist, he ,m ; IZIIt11Kt'7 deep tones. 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!
lished policies to keep almost than in the
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1,000 more
The national holi-
Goldschalk told the board that day was a
same period last year. The figure day, and more than a million
about 20 acres and four major 1. Cash market every day.
also exceeded expectationsby Greeks lined the streets to
involved.He .
land owners are
Blackwell 500 students Reitz said. 2. No commission.
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cheer their
king and
explained that traffic was I young
However, the president told an important factor in the development \IIM&/ / queen. 3. Special consideration given to meat type hogs.

the board, this means the teaching of the area, stressingthe After. the wedding, Constan- 4. Can tarnish hauling for sufficient quantities.
Successor
= load has increased and the
need to improve t he 12th +t; Deck 7 tine and Anne-Marie, riding in
university now needs 36 more Street access to 8th Avenue. a gilded,. open carriage drawn
...
full time professors.Reitz -- FAIR by 'six white horses headed CALL COLLECT 462-1 Or
Hunt Is Wide Main access to the shopping center a
said funds to hire the
should be from N.W. 10th lUllS wedding procession through the
/e much needed professors have Avenue and not 13th Street, streets of the capital. Carloadsof
=- The search for a successor to been withheld by the State Godschalk advised. \AY royalty drove behind them. <% CLAUDE PHILLIPS 0 PRESTON

t =. President Gordon Blackwell of II Budget Commission. 1 Robert Bennett, a spokesmanfor Bands played, cannon boomed NORMAN VEECH
I Florida State University will' Other university presidentsalso neighboring residents who a 101-gun salute from Mt.
--= go far beyond the state's lines, reported record enroll have fought rezoning efforts 2ttc Lycabetus, highest point of '
.
:- the State Board of Control affirmed ments. since Sears attempted to locate Athens/and all the city's church CopelandSAUSAGE
: today.Procedures. President Gordon Blackwellof r
the than as dD bells
in area more a year rang. '
for searching outa Florida State University said ago, said Godschalk's plan was tV. ; ,.-1AI' The procession ended at the I'
new president were discussed enrollment at FSU now standsat acceptable "at least to me" as ( wirepftofo to the SMI) '. palace where a wedding feast COMPANY a ALACHUA. FLORIDAGainesville's

t .:. at today's board meeting here. 12,039 last, an year's 8 per 11,600.cent increaseover a good compromise."It's HURRICANE GLADYS* PATH. Story Page 1. waited. *
not what we want and
Lawrence King, board"member 'ot'South
= At the University
it's not what the
owners necessarily
from Miami brought up the there 5-. I
Florida in Tampa, are want, I know," Bennett Rebels Beaten
subject, saying he had four suggestions President
= 218 students enrolled, '
said. "But it's the best com- = =
= to make: John Allen of USF reported. promise." Back in Congo -

1 -, Appoint a faculty committee President George Gore of Florida I Another member of the large

at FSU and ask for their A&M University in Tallahassee audience that attended the ELISABETHVTT.LE, the

recommendation.Invite .- said his enrollment had:meeting, James Ledbetter, com- Congo (AP). The Congolese
the alumni of FSU increased by 12 per cent. A&W ,mended Godschalk and his staffon government says it has recaptured -

T to make a recommendation. University is short about 500 the proposed plaza plan. almost all of north Katanga I
Consult national organizations 'dormitory spaces, Dr. Gore reported -I J. W. Kirkpatrick of Kirkpat Province from Communist-

::. such as the Carnegie or- and no new dormitoriesare I rick and Pierson, realtors seek backed rebels. 1
ganization in New York, who in prospect until next year. ing rezoning for property be-

have extensive files of outstanding I President Kenneth Williamsof tween N.W. 11th and 12th Ave-

educators in the United Florida Atlantic Universityin nues, praised the solution but Gainesville Sun
States. Boca Raton, which opened doubted the economic aspects of

Contact every outstanding for the first time this the development.In .

university president in the coun- month, reported his enrollment opposing the tabling action Saturday Published, and evenings Sunday except mornings ,
try and ask for their recom was only at 795. This is about DeLaney cited "I o n g, by the Gainesville Pub-
mendations. 1,200 short of the anticipated lengthy discussions on this." lishing Company at 101 SE
2,000. "This has been again and 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida,
The board's executive director up and entered as second class
=. Dr. J. Broward Culpepper, Williams said the smaller enrollment again. We either ought to turnit matter at the Post Office or
= assured King and board members was due to lack of down or accept it. We've Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION Newest

every one of the sjgges-dormitories at FAU. tabled this long enough," he RATES IY and Finest

tions already have been con said.Butt CARRIER OR MAIL
said the planning direc- 1 Week .45
sidered.
King said there may have More About tor's recommendation that the I 3 MM. $5.85 Lij I GARDEN SUPPLY

been some implications that he overall rezoning request be withdrawn All mail subscriptions mutt I
and the Knight and Kirk be paid in advance.
Cul
with the
was not happy way Member of Audit Bureau of
-. pepper was going about in the Tally Patrick and Pierson rezoning requests Circulation.
search for Blackweil's successor would be considered at All material contained herein it CENTER
the of the Gainesville
property
the board's next meeting to Publishing Company (e) itu. -
= 4111at's From Page 11 clear the overloaded agenda before Reproduction in whole er In part .
not so. I just want to Is ttrlct'y forbidden without the
= make sure all of us board the next city commission written pern .slon of the publisher.

members has an interest in the Florida rolls out the carpet witha zoning meeting. JJJ) J J
selection of a new president"Dr. coffee hour at 9 -10 a.m., a OPEN HOUSE ..r'i ; i

Blackwell announced on legislative appreciation day program

:. July 30 he will resign Feb. 1 at the Student Service THURS.-.FRI.-SAT.. I
Center at 10:15 and a barbecue
of Fur-
the
to presidency
accept
luncheon at 11:45. : OPEN 8 A.M. 5:30 P.M. i
man University in South Caro I f. ;j (( 1

=. lina. The main attraction of the i i.
His resignation touched off a weekend the Florida SMU ,I ,,11 k kGolnesv111e's

= furor in the state with various game will feature a saluteto most complete garden supply 1 and seed company i is ..'*.'. ( ,

top officials, among them Sec. who will be I needs. 1 + h
the legislators, now open. Wt feature everything for all your gardening Be
= of State Tom Adams, chargingthat seated in a special section. : .
Blackwell was harassed in- sure to ,toP in and say hello during.our grand opening September e

= to retirement by the state's political Following the game, the CofC 17th through September 19th. here( will be free prizes for all.
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Friday, September 18, 1964 Gainesville Sun !2i
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4 Grade Schools ere to Get ;?; ;\ '- I

t :. At i I l I i inqpl I l Lill < I I I II
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I MONEYMAKING Pilot Program in Modern Math I, How to Keep Books INITDRVEN

WITHOUT Bookkeeping

Pilot programs desi&ncd to revision approved by the School to include all elementary teachers Waters said that last year EXPERIENCE Jy
: update classroom teaching of Board Tuesday.In in grades K-3. .the modern math program had
mathematics have been authorized addition, their teachers The School Board authorized begun at the ninth grade level. r L ,
for lour Gainesville 52 of them will receive special -an expenditure of $4,843 to get He said the three step program 1 Y I i '1 I ,
I schools. training in the new math the first of a three phase program which will lead the coun- iN n I i
TIME AT Nearly 1,700 pupils from teaching techniques which will started. The expenditure, ty schools completely info the MlratT MAtTS V
i kindergarten through the third update the elemenwry school: being split between the School new method will be as follows: I s3 SOa.t tNair'
I grade at Kirby-Smith, A. Q. curriculum.In Board and the budgets of the in- Step 1- Initiate pilot pro- Shows you howl worst H
(Jones J. J. Finley and Sidney the second semester of this dividual schools involved will grams this semester in four ele- [with sample entries i i
GUARANTYFEDERAL I Lanier will learn math the school year, the teacher train- cover costs of classroom ma- mentary schools, inclad i n g There is an
\modern way under a curriculum ing program will be expanded terials and instruction costs for teacher training and curriculum / SHOPPING
training teachers. revision for grades K-3 or 13. IDEAL SYSTEM OPEN 7 to 11 EVERY DAY!
Jack Waters, supervisor,of elementary II Expand the! '
Step Simplified
Bookkeepingand
Car Kills Cow instruction PRICES
Runaway on Supt.E. during NEW LOW
; teacher training programs I
D. Manning's staff, cutlinedthe Tax Record for
I the second semester to in- PRICES GOOD IN ALL OURSTORES
Crash Hurts 2 program to the board Tues- clude all of the elementary, every business and GAINESVILLE a

Crossing day. school teachers in K-3 or 1-3. 1 1i i 1 profession! 1234 NW 16th Ave. 1023 SE 4th Ave. 3t
t; "SAVT Step III At the beginning -: 3725 W. Univ. Ave. 3809 E. Univ. Ave. Ie
A runaway cow was killed ger disregarded the stop sign, Easy-to-foIIow sample entries
I School LosesPllonograph of the 1965-66 school year, show you how. Meets Federal 2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW 15th Blvd. is
Thursday when it was struck by crashing into the left side of
inaugurate a similar programto and State Tax Laws.All in one 4105 NW 13th St. is
: a car on State Road 24, but Blackwelder's cab. Damageswere retraining ct loose-leaf book.Prepared especially ALACHUA: Corner let St.&441
,1ri; By SEPT. 21st four persons in the auto escaped estimated at$750.Boys' complete teachers in elementary for your needs. $4.95 HIGH SPRINGS: 3rd Ave.NW&Main Jr
graces 4-1
WILLISTON
I f earn 4 months with minor injuries. 6. : 710 E. Noble Ave. _
A record player and two I CHESNUT OFFICE
Alachua County Sheriff's deputies -
\ return by next i said the cow, owned by Club speakers, valued at $200, has Under the modern math system EQUIPMENT CO., ALL BRANDS King Size -
Dec. 31 Allen R. Watson of Archer, was been taken from P. K. Yonge pupils are taught to'see the j Inc. Filters
i
Regulars
A 1 bumped by a" car driven by To See GatorsThe High School, Gainesville police Why's of arithmetic instead of i:, 106 W. Univ.Ave. FR 2-8421
0/ Dorothea C. Mosely, 909 SE 10th said today. the traditional memorization. j i
Sc, '14/0 Ave. Boys' Club will close Charles Henderson, a teacher CIGARETTESCarton
c Saturday at 12:30 immediately at the school, reported the
his
Mosley, wife and 11-
DINE AT THE SIGN OF THE
month-old son were treated and I following the team assignmentsfor theft, but.was unable to deter-
: the flag football mine when it occurred.Carpenter f/
released at Alachua General program. ) GRACIOUS HOST

WHEREYOU Hospital. Another passenger, Some. 200 boys will be guestsof SAT. COMPLETE LUNCHEONBAKED
Mary Richardson of 1402 SE 1st the Gainesville QuarterbackClub tes $269
Ler., also sustained minor injur- at the Florida SMU foot- 1
ies and was released after treat- ball game. Boys who were Is Promoted MEAT LOAF .,
L ment. members of the Gator Boosters (Onion Gravy) 67 "-
WASHINGTON (AP) -Astro- Creamy Whipped
during the basketball
The cow, under pursuit by past sea- Potatoes
Watson when struck, was valued -son and who still have their naut M. Scott Carpenter, the I Beet and Onion Salad
t shirts also invited t at- second American to orbit the I Hot Cornstick and
t- at $100. No are ? GOLDEN RIPE
charges were Butter
earth, has been selected for
tSAVE tend the
filed. game. They may pick I Hot Coffee or COMPLETE
up their tickets at the Boys' promotion from Navy Lieutenant I .Iced Tea
In another auto accident Commander Commander.At .
to I
Club before closing Saturday. Year' Second Cup of Coffee or BANANAS10c
Thursday, two persons were in- the same time, Robert R. Iced Tea Is Always Free _
..: .DOES MAKE jured when a driver failed to Is Your Car Gilruth, director of the Manned
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Center, announced in
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Hospital and released. car engine found lying in the\ HOTTER THAN -p ,
: Gainesville police cited Mar- road Thursday at SW 2nd St. NATURAL GAS
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I CONSCIENCE II IMAULDIN t. .0,: \\ THE CONSERVATIVE j Al(



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S. THESOUTH PentagonAnd x



JOHN .. HARftlSOH PrttMmt eel ZA'lLClh iK PoliticsBy i i

I 'FvMtelwri PAt COWLKS. ViCe Hi* 'Nk r ki-- 1f
Mti 14 JOHNSOM, Vkt PrMMmtM4
Florida'
Beautiful bIctIttYt 1.1ter, W. S. foul DAVID LAWRENCE E
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UKftSQLK Vie Prt W t end *. By RALPH McGILL I --
University City' vtrtuMf Dirwtari 101 TAftTAOLIONE, PtHtier Prtot WtautfefOf .hinder WASHINGTON The role of Pentagon high officials in the
Ae Allots (Ga.) C esttt.tfs. I
Viet rrttMtrt. M4 ClrcnUttei Mull" 1964 campaign is causing a good deal of wonderment. Did theadministration '

I authorize Admiral Harold Page Smith, Supreme '
p THE SUN'S POLICY "
Commander of NATO Forces in the Atlantic, to issue a state- /

"' 1. Report the new fully and Impartially In the news column GnashingOf ment commenting on a subject that is a matter of widespread oj
2. Express the opinions ,of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. ; political controversy? If President Johnson did not do it, did j
3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. someone in the Pentagon violate the longtime rule against

) Tht Suns telephones: All Deportment! -372-8441 \\jtj. participation by military men in politics? 1
Admiral Smith, according to a copyrighted article in the ,
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Norfolk (Va.) Ledger-Star, declared that any decision to use I J

M .4. nuclear weapons should remain with the elected civilian headof
l : government. The Admiral was reminded by a member of this i

A Word of Appreciation 1 staff that the subject "is probably the hottest political ; f

TeethWashington issue in the country today. t
"That may well me," commented the admiral in reply, : j

Hurricanes always mean trouble. doctors and health officials, store- \ "but this is a situation that exists." i.

But they leave behind ,them more keepers and others who. "came to the Notebook ._. I ADMIRAL SMITH, who is also Commander-In-Chief of the o.
U. S. Atlantic Fleet has currently under his command 17
aid of the people" when it was need- ,
There and
than the marks of ravage and des- was wincing some nuclear-powered submarines, carrying a total of 272 polaris '

truction. They' leave the evidence ofa ed. gnashing of teeth in wo rId l ....------- .! ;0 ol.IJlpul-.;-...sya,l.N: missiles. This, of course, involves a situation entirely different

trade circles, including thoseof from the faced the armies under the
problems by ground
united community that battled the The University and school officialsin "For a minute there I thought we'd lost you.
the United States, at news Supreme Commander of the NATO forces in Europe.
battering forces of nature with determination general should be commended for of Britain's recent multimillion Recent newspaper reportsinspired

4 and courage. their alertness and promptness, in dollar deal.A by the Pentagon, .

supplying safe shelters for many LAW AND ORDER moreover, have misrepresented i
consortium of three Brit- the true situation. Thus, ;
From public employee to private whose regular places of residencewere in
has
it been reported some J
citizen the response in the Alachua considered unsafe.It ish companies have contracted of the newspapers that those

County area was prompt and effic- with the Soviets to builda tactical nuclear weapons

ient. The inconveniences caused by would be impossible" to list all polyester fiber plant cost Solid Issue EmergesAND which are advocated for use ;
ing about 30 million pounds.The in Europe to offset a land Invasion
power failures and the disruption of the instances of diligence and vigi-
( pound is worth about have five times the
j telephone service were born patiently lance that characterized the com- $%.80.) The major product the of the first atomic
/ power
and with understanding while yel- almost @ Nw intk (Etmm ed States. Here the United BY THESE appoint-
l munity's response during a will be dacron. The plant will bomb dropped on Hiroshima hi
low-slickered electricians and main- week of storm with its persisting go up at Krasnoyabsk, one of BY ARTHUR KROCK States Court of Appeals has, ments, plus action or inaction: World War II. Some Pentagon
WASHINGTON in its enthusiasm, so expanded on a recommendation to
worked round the the industrial centers in Senator officials, evidently for political -
tenance crews winds and drenching rains. The important new a Court decision Congress to the rulesof
Supreme
Goldwater, whose stand o n tighten
of
clock in rain and wind to repair thing is that the community mid-Siberia. purposes, have spoken
:I some public issues has been which especially cripples law judicial criminal procedure an "average" weapon as hav-
damage and restore services. worked as one, with coordinated effort WHAT ADDED further to shifting or unclear or both enforcement, that the under- Johnson will also in- ing a force equivalent cf 100-

and it worked rapidly and efficiently the gnashing of teeth is that was on solid ground in his world operates on the likeli- dicate whether he agrees that 000 tons of TNT. The use of
each in the interest of presentments at Chicago on hood "the judge will lit us the federal courts have protected the word
I Credit is due both to the men who I both parties announce that a "average" contuses
r battled the storm first-hand and to all. second deal is well advancedfor Sept. 11 and Tuesday nightin off. The decision laid down the criminal at the the issue, as it lumps together -
i the of a second Florida of other matters what is known as "The Mallory expense of society; and, if all the nuclear weapons in
the men who directed their activities.The plant to supply produce related fie of great public concern. Rule," on which Gold- so, how much leadership to Europe the smallest up to

service companies, the utilities We cannot say that the service of bers. A total of some 50 mil These matters are ((1)) the ex- water truthfully commentedas correct this he is willing to the largest. The latter have

Z department, the street department, any individual or group was '"beyondthe lion pounds for plant equip- panded concept of its func- follows: undertake.On the high explosive power.

the police and other city agencies call of duty," for when danger ment and technical know-how tion that has led the Supreme the collateral issue of Actually, what has been rec-
Court to IT HOLDS THAT any individual and mob violationsof ommended for the defense of
infringements of the
responded speedily. And when volun- threatens duty calls very loudly. But will flow into the British market -
legislative process and the statement made by a defen- local law-and-order ordi- NATO ground forces is the use
teer workers were needed, the vol- we can say that every citizen of the method set forth in the Con- dant (arrested on a criminal nances as pressure for social of small tactical weapons like

unteers were not lacking. Gainesville area has a right to be Nor of is the this all. A third deal portion is- stitution for its own amend- charge) to police officers. is change, Goldwater supportedwith the Davy Crockett, which

proud of his neighbors who "steppedin" for Soviet package of ment; and ((2)) the relation of inadmissible if the arraign- only one example his has approximately 40 tons, of

The same deserved praise goes to and did the job that had to be another 50 purchase million pounds yet judicial decisions and official ment is delayed-whether the accusation that "our highest firepower, as contrasted with
attitudes to the of delay had any connect ion executive officers have the 20,000 tons of the atom
civil defense workers, the Red Cross, done to get us all back to normal. worth of capital goods and spread serious -
crimes and' mobmadelaw with the statement or not. openly and knowingly shat- bomb which was used over
British technical rection
5 in this country. Within five years after this tered the fundamental Hiroshima.
and information, chiefly in ruling the robbery rate i n principle that 'He who
MANY DISLIKE 'CHOICE'Need
the field of chemicals -
agricultural THAT A NUMBER of Su- the District increased by 115 strikes at a law strikes at THE TRAGEDY of the
such as fertilizers and, whose debate is that there is
preme Court decisions in recent per cent Our nation's capital the law'.
pesticides. The Soviets have years, many on a 5 to 4 ranks third out of 16 com- The example was Ad 1 a i .really danger of a nuclearwar
been through another agoniz- division, have pre-empted the parable ,cities in robberiesa Stevenson's remark,when typ arising not necessarilyfrom
for 3rd Party ing reappraisal of their agri- legislative role reserved to place of shame and dishonor ically saturated by emotion, the use of small nuclear
It has been
failures.
cultural Congress, and in effect have that reflects direct I y that "a jail sentence in weapons such as Senator
._, W determined (wisely, U. S. ex- been judicial amendments to on lack of leadership and con- the great struggle to advance Goldwater advocates: but

fCr1 perts believe) that the future the Constitution, are charges cern in the White House. civil and human rights is from the inability of NATO

1 By RICHARD WILSON Republican" ticket of Scran- publican candidates for presi- demands a vastly expandeduse which did not originate with The word "directly" puts no longer a dishonor but a forces in Europe to respond
fertilizers chemical
of successfully to a Soviet attack -
Chief, ton and Lodge, or some other dent had no intention of vot- and Goldwater. They are em-' this imputation outside the proud achievement"THE The situation
new techniques, then could
sprays
Cowles Washington Bureau combination, might conceiva- ing for Senator Goldwater. bodied i nth e dissents of limit of legitimacy, even as
y WASHINGTON Norman bly have drawn more votesin They were given no alterna- learned or being learned from members of the Court itself. campaign oratory, with respect PRESIDENT'S sole become the so grave as to bringon
the Americans.The larger nuclear
Thomas, the perennial Socialist the 1964 presidential election tive but to vote President. When the Senator, speak i ng to the present adminis- lapse from stern condemnation which presumably neither war side
candidate for president, than the Goldwater-Miller Johnson. The result has been Russians have, of to the American Poli tical' tration. None of the federal of attempts at mobmadelaw wants.A .

has this year badly let down ticket. The reason there is nota the formation of organizationsof course, been producing pesti- Science Association at Chi- judges responsible for deci- was his impulsive mes- most significant article
those who have depended upon third candidate of the mod- Republican businessmen, cides of their own. In fact, cago, arraigned the current sions such as Mallory (which sage of "love and blessing"to appeared in the WashingtonStar

j him in the past to present erate Republicans is that these farmers and others in supportof they already have discovered Supreme Court majority for Chief of Police Murray 'said the clerical wife who com- on Sunday, written by

+ himself as an alternative to men thought there was moreto President Johnson. Leading dangerous residues of some stretching the 14th Am en d- has "a great deal to do" mitted what was still a tres- Marguerite Higgins! who: is

voting for either of'the two be gained by Republican newspapers and magazines in fish taken from lakes. ment beyond anything in its with the upward thrust of pass on private property at very familiar with such mat-
major party candidates for unity, such as it is, than bya which have been traditionally text or documented inte n t, district crime) was appointedby the time of her personal Interpretation ters as a result of many yearsas
president.This division of the party. More- Republican have announced The British trade success he was mer e ly borrowingfrom President Johnson. But of the constitu-* a diplomatic and military
sounds facetious but it over, there had been insufficient their support of the Johnson- will bring on reverberationsin the dissenters.His when he begins to fill vacan- tion. correspondent including cov-

is not intended to be, for it advance planning to as- Humphrey ticket. this country, West Ger- thesis at St. Petersburg cies on the highest federal But in citing the mob violence erage of combat operations: in
is a common experience to sure the funds for such an The Saturday Evening Post many, and Italy. Each could Tuesday that the shockingrise tribunals, it will soon be evident and rise in crime, for the second World War and the
hear people say that they ambitious political undertaking has urged the election of have competed for the near of serious crimes has whether he approves of which vote-seeking politiciansand Korean War. In the article,
wish they did not have to vote to say nothing of the lackof President Johnson but it "urges 300 million textile deal. been attendant on feder a 1 the Supreme Court's concept doctrinaire judges have a Miss Higgins worte:
for either Senator Goldwateror resolution on the part of even more strongly, the This country should have court decisions reflecting an that it should, and constitu- large measure of responsibility -
President Johnson but those who opposed Goldwater.The defeat of Barry Goldwater." been able to capture the "obsessive concern for the tionally can, impose on the and in his comments on "IS THERE a gentleman's i

could cast their ballots in protest reasoning seemed to be It must be concluded that near $150 million agricultural rights of the criminal defen- people and the other two the current Supreme Court, agreement between the White
against both. that Goldwater was certain to many prospective voters who chemical and technical know- dant"-is also borne out by branches whatever it con- Goldwater has raised issues House and Gen. Lyman Lem-

The Very Rev. Francis B. be defeated by President fear Goldwater are driven to how package. American work- the record, particularly i n ceives to be desirable as pertinent to a president! a I nitzer, Supreme Commanderin

Sayre, Jr., dean of the Wash- Johnson and that then Gover- an alternative they do not par- men are out of jobs. Automa- the capital city of the Unit- national policy.: campaign. Europe, that would permit
ington (Episcopal) Cathedral, nors Scranton, Rockefeller, ticularly like. tion grows apace. Foreign this American general, or I his
a respected though controversial Ambassador Lodge and others trade is necessary to keep the successor, to authorize Amer
churchman in the capital, would pick up the pieces THIS WOULD not have been huge and efficient U. S in- I ican troops at the front linesin
struck a responsive note in and try to reform the party the case if the moderate Republicans dustrial system in good Europe to retaliate against

his congregation last Sunday along moderate lines. All this ; had put into the health. The Russians and the of the a local Soviet nuclear surprise
when he said President John- was accompanied by pious ex- field a third candidate as a bloc countries are a major Voice People attack employing Russian tac-

son and Senator Goldwater of- pressions on the sanctity of Republican. He might not market potentialTHE I II i tical nuclear weapons on the
fer only a "sterile choice." the two-party system, and exaggerated have gotten on the ballot in ground?
I
The choice, he said, is be- notions on how a all states. He would most assuredly PROBLEM of trade is I On The Sun's "Would Gen. Lemnitzer be
tween "a man of dangerous third party would lead to a have guaranteed the a political one in this coun- Opinion Page=, able to give such authorization -

ignorance and devastating uncertainty" general fragmentation of the election of President Johnson.But but the fact that the U.S. without having to take
try, Sun readers Voice of the column. Letter
of
could have Opinions sad comments are welcome in the People the
and another political struct u r e as in he also prevented Chamber of Commerce endorsed must be siftMed end bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should. precious and perhaps
"whose public house is splendid France. many, perhaps mil- the sale of wheat to not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot bo ....4. Tko fatal elapsed time of 'the
in its every appearancebut lions, of Republicans from the U. S. S. R. last year was Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the wri ...'. meaning fW hour minimum that appears
whose private Jack of ethic THIRD PARTIES have nev- leaving their party to vote for The Chamber did intent. necessary to refer the matterto

must inevitably introduce, er been successful in this I the Democratic nominee.If significant.so in the face of the usual fanatic Flooded Family flies and bugs out. Rain i Oaks residents, thank you Pe Washington for instructions
termites at the very founda- country and probably would the polls and surveys are irrational from comes in the walls and roof ter. The next time an adult ?

tion." not have been this year, butit right and President Johnson the extreme, political protests right. Thanks HelpersEDITOR when it rains,. and you can says today's youth is gettingsoft "The existence of men agentleman's
can be argued that the Re- is about to win more than 60 be only get it up to 45 degrees you will be our shining agreement has
ESSENTIALLY is cent of the vote, a mod- There will increasing pres- Sun Troy Phil- been persistently in
THIS publican Party would be im- per ; inside on a cold day in the example. reported
what Gov. William Scrantonof measurably better off'for the erate Republican candidate sure from American businessfor lips and family would like to winter. The landlord takes MRS. SAM P. GOETHE recent weeks by high sources

Pennsylvania and various future if one had been formed.In could have performed another a realistic, common sincerely thank all those your rent every week, but he in NATO. And these sources
other "moderate" Republicans any case the several third service. His vote could have sense change in attitude so friends and neighbors who doesn't fix anything up. Supporting claim to have been told cf it

were trying to tell the parties in political history been a reminder to President that American industrial production gave assistance to us during If you lived .in a, hquse Albeit somewhat obliquely, by
Republican National Conven- have not destroyed the two- Johnson that he was receivingno and techniques may Hurricane Dora especiallythe like that you can think of a 'Easy Money? high Defense Department. offi

tion in San Francisco last party structure which ,is Indeed mandate for a hasty swingto trade. We cannot isolate our- Gainesville Football team, lot of things worse than a, EDITOR, Sun: I would not cials.
August. If these men had had an essential part of the the left. Such a formula- selves either politically or industrially Newberry Football team, vol- housing code. You get to have believed it possible, had "THIS GENTLEMAN'S'
of their con- tion is not to be, but President without sufferingthe Department think about them .
the courage political system.Republicans unteers from the Fire every day.A I not read (n the agreement, according .In
your paper
there would today bea Johnson cannot overlookthe historical fate of all na- READER
victions in San Francisco University City reasons the Orlando NATO sources applies only'toinstances
third candidate who would fact that he will receive tions that have sought to escape Lion's Club and others. paper
where
would not recognize how- many for the Democratic the Russians
gave supporting -
be a respectable alternativeto many, many votes from people from the reality of their Thank you. THANK YOU. The first employed tactical
Paper Boy candidate for Pres- nu-
President Johnson and Sen. ever, that millions of people who would prefer to vote world by withdrawing fromit MRS. TROY PHILLIPS ident.In clear weapons in, for example,
ator Goldwater. A "moderate who had been voting for Re for a moderate Republican. Rulers of ancient China Braved 'Tides' an attack the -
no instance did the article on city of Ham-
once built a mighty wall "
CodeIs EDITOR, Sun: I would state the paper's interestin burg.
about their domain. In 1938 Housing
like to take this opportunityto sound principles of govern- In a Washington dispatch in
POTOMAC FEVERBy the French felt secure behind
No Joke publicly thank Peter Bush- ment, etc. The whole account the New York Times en Sun-
the Maginot Line. nell for services above and seemed to say: "We're back- day, Jack Raymond wrote:

JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington Bureau ,There is yet another story. EDITOR,SUN: I see in the beyond the call of duty.I ing the present administration "There is a widespread assumption j
Sun that of Com-
Yugoslavia and Romania one our City couldn't believe the of aH that in Washington that J
,
source
Each copy of Sen. Goldwater's book of photographs of the Southwest bringsin missioners couldn't think of my eyes in certain types of .,
contingencies -
have joined to construct .a when I saw the G'ville Sun easy money. May it evermore
campaign contribution. And who said a picture was 'only worth than the
a $1,500 millioa and naVigation anything worse proposed continue the orders to use nuclear ;
$400 power lying in the yard Friday aft- to flow.
1,000 words! housing code. If be was weapons have In fact already t
the Dan- ONLOOKER
system on Peter
ernoon. waded through
joking it, wasa' bad joke. A been issued in advance. Thus :
The Senate Rules Committee will re-open the Baker Investigation. That's ube. This will eliminate the person who could say such a water three to four feet deep, in circumstances that clearly, f

the committee that discovered Bobby was really welfare worker, bringing the more than 100 miles of rapids thing must live a very shel- (and at the risk of being i We supposed that no placeon fit an anticipated situation, the
joys of music to the underpriviliged. that have made that stretchof tered life.I snake bitten), for approximately earth provides for the battlefield commanders would

-- the Danube impassable for guess somebody who livesin two blocks to deliver our health of its citizens better need no further instruction."

Democratic fund raisers hate all the talk about a $25,000 kickback on a trade. Who will sell the generators a nice big house in a nice newspaper. The U. S. Mail than the United States, and The Pentagon ought to tell ,

$20,000,000 construction job. They're afraid the notion will get around that the steel, and part of town doesn't deed a couldn't get through, and all yet a physician reports that the American people the '4
.00125 of the gross is enough. other equipment for this proj- housing code. But what if you other services were temporarily there are 10 countries in the truth, and it should certainly it,
ect has not yet been announced. live with all your family ina discontinued, but delivery world that have a lower infant not allow its military officers
Rep. William Miller says Goldwater does not favor voluntary social security. That the development will two-room house with no boy Peter Bushnell got mortality rate than ours. or its civilian officials to be-

That's on Mondays and Fridays, Bill. On Thursdays he's for abolishing it alto- greatly spur trade in Middle running, water, no inside toilet through.On Hmmmm come identified with the poll

gether.. Europe is certain. no screens to keep the behalf of all Gwynn (Esthervffle Newt) tical calrpaigilm ,
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about him and may not -
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LBJ Wild Spender This will make the differenceon

SouthlandHOTSPRINGS election day, he argued 1- _.....-. : >.

LONGVIEW, Tex. (AP) federal spending and holding Thursday, because by "

Ark. (AP) Sen. Barry Goldwater staginghis down the government payroll.. trast those who favor" con-I .
\ Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, first campaign foray in "Nothing could be further Barry Goldwater are i '
hoarse but after ly supporting him with all their a1 \J ..:
happy a long President Johnson's home state, from the truth, Goldwater
day's journey through Texas, charged today the Democratic: said. "This administration is mind and body and soul." .

I pressed- his Southern vote hunt chief executive is "the wildest trying to deceive the American The Republican vice presiden t rt L'a
I today in Gov. Orval E. Faubus' .
spender of them all. people. tial nominee developed this F, 1
(\ Arkansas. "The man who promised to Under Johnson, he said, theme during a news conference
_
It was Humphrey's first vice save us millions is putting us spending is going up and the in Columbus, Ohio, as he soughtto { i st
presidential campaign venture deeper in debt by billions," the federal payroll has mounted by discredit polls that show the ';.; -... ie
into the South a South he says Republican presidential nomi- 18,339 people."So GOP national ticket trailing the .'';' I 'f':;" isis
will, on the main, stay in the nee declared in a speech prepared far this year he has spent Democrats. q ig' F --.

Democratic column in Novem- for delivery in this east $10 million allay more than was I' 'z'F d ir
ber despite passage of the civil,Texas town. spent by President Kennedy," Later, he pressed his attackon
rights bill. the Democratic ticket beforean ?
Goldwater said
With stops here, in Spring- .
After declaring in the Lone I "While talk four enthusiastic crowd of about _
we every .
field Evansville Ind.
Mo., and V VN.SRrr
3,500 and
Star State Thursday that he and minutes, Lyndon put another delegates spectatorsat
Charleston, W.Va., the Arizona
President Johnson hope to winds person on the federal payroll," the Ohio Republican state '"
senator
a four-day
match or better Franklin D.Roosevelt's up he added. convention.He .
swing that has taken him into Nr
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landslide victory of eight Southern states. Goldwater said many people hit especially hard at

1936, Humphrey today turned Beside him, before cheering gave Johnson "their support Johnson's running mate, Sen. V
his guns on Republican pre- because of his supposed frugality Hubert H. whom _
sidential Southern crowds: stood South Humphrey, l
nominee Barry Gold- his for the I Irijp
water over rural economics. Carolina Sen. Strom Thurmond, supposed concern Miller accused of practicing
newly enlisted In the Republicancause. public payroll. "deceit and evasion" in defend- iDoubletriat. J
Addressing a four-state regional "
The claim was false, he ing the Americans for Democratic ,
meeting of the National
Thurmond joined forces with said.Goldwater Action.
Rural Electric Co-operatives winged south from
Association, the Minnesota Goldwater in Greenville, S.C.,
Greenville Thursday after a Miller then flew to Chicago to
senator contended that rural Thursday, and tossed warmup hasty departure, speeded up address a breakfast meeting .\
Americans might still be livingin shots at the Democrats before because his aides feared an today of Illinois and Cook Coun- the double-
"utter darkness" if It had crowds in Shreveport, La., and
unruly crowd of about 15,000 ty Republican leaders and to
been up to Goldwater. New Orleans. people would break through attend a Roman Catholic Massin breasted blazer

Humphrey said farm areas Slapping Johnson in his home police lines and mob the nomi- conjunction with the annual jacket, neatly } .
got electricity because a Con territory, Goldwater accusedthe
Polish-American Congress :
gress and ,Democratic adminis- President of 'campaigning nee.Paul F. Wagner, press secretary paired with a kc1ouIc/y

tration "believed that the gov- for the presidency on the basisof said that concern led He planned to move on to slim skirt. wool

ernment should work for the I two absolutely false claims" Goldwater to call off an appear- Erie, Pa., and wind-up today's Bonded 85% sa ]ackt hand.mbroid.r.d ,
people. And the people believedand He said the President claimshis ance at an airport reception campaign swing at Pittsburgh. .
called upon the govern administration Is cutting there. The New York congressmanhad wool-15oo nylonIn '" \rfth fk/ffy -
ment." B .
I been turning aside ques- I fall's best r mcholryom.hevfrfvlly
But, said Humphrey, as he
+ tions on public opinion polls by
has time and again, "the philosophy colors. 5.15. s tailored
of Goldwaterism holds Lyndon Unwraps declaring that "the polls were ec.taf and
in New Hampshire,
wrong t,
that people should be suspicious rayon crtp
of the government, that they Oregon and Californiaand" 17.95 1 blouratlamoi.
should mistrust the government, they are wrong now. y' ./
that they should fear the people Some 'Secrets'earth I At the Columbus news confer- Capri Blu oruca4

who work for the government." ,ence, however, he volunteeredthis
He then struck his theme that line that the polls are not a. ssV .00
IT the federal government has, WASHINGTON (AP) Presi-- in space. I can tell you accurate barometers because :

been an instrument for progress I dent Johnson, back from his today that these systems are in they usually reflect only yes or I

and prosperity. In this case, he first tour of the campaign season place, they are operationallyready no answers.
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said, it was federal legislation has demonstrated. anew and they are on alert." Miller said that voters rarely i 4

that created the Rural Electrifi- that the man in office usuallyhas The systems are landbased.On were enthusiastic over Johrson, ..t .

cation Administration and a built-in advantage over Wednesday, in Seattle, saying such things as "isn't he a
brought rural America out of the man who wants his job. I Johnson heralded another mili- wonderful man -I think he's a \

the darkness. Twice in two days, Johnson tary development designed to great. American. N
y
"Senator Goldwater," said dipped into the Pentagon's troveof make certain that "neither a Instead, he continued, people y.

Humphrey, "has consistentlyvoted military secrets for revelations -madman nor a malfunction blandly say, "Well, he is there
against rural electrification which got great public could "
trigger nuclear war. and times are good and we
and has just as consistently attention. Johnson announced that might as well keep him."
1 voted against all the related Although Johnson at no point several nuclear
directly tied his disclosures to weapons now
that make rural
programs are equipped with
# his campaign against Republican "permissive
electrification
possible. action locks" j'COUNTDOWN"or
which
I he described -
rival Goldwater <
He said he was talking about Barry as electromechanicalunits
the Tennessee Valley Authority, many .seemed to see Goldwateras "which must be opened by > .
k other federal wholesale power his target.In I secret combination .before citizenship
authorities, dams and "all the Sacramento, Calif., Thurs-:action is possible."
programs which build rural day Johnson made two major -..
UAmerica.' ." military disclosures, both in- At Sacramento, Johnson got a 115 d
.
?1 I volving the development of new roaring welcome from some 40-, DAYS +

defense systems, which military 000 persons gathered on the 'dyy
Clayton to Head experts said could properly be state Capitol grounds.He LEFT TO '

lumped in the strategic category. told the crowd in his i1 1'1'V; # s'

> Barry GroupAttorney speech from the Capitol steps III REGISTERDEMOCRATIC f t6 .,,{ .9, s ai
The President did not say so, that this is a united nation in an

James E. Clayton but it seemed evident that his election year.Johnson Ilti ,. .
1 yesterday was named chairman revelations were a blunt response said "our only purpose ( k. 'yiF.'d d:v ti

of the Alachua County to Goldwater's claim that still is peace," but should tat. Democratic a

4 Citizens for Goldwater com- the Democratic administrationhas another nation employ armed Ex.cuiiv. Co"itt... 1it1 iaxy :.
'mittee. He will work under the failed to come up with any satellites in space, the United War.n M. Goodrich. ni
state-wide organization headedby new strategic weapons. States will be prepared and Chairman
State Rep. Mallory Home of These were the secrets un- ready to meet them. i
Tallahassee. wrapped by the President: 11

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6 Gainesville Sun Friday September 18, 19S4 .

GJWC Autumn Luncheon Held I BPW Dinner WelcomesNew Beta Lambda K


I 2 2w Members VisitorsAnnual Rummage Rush Parties SaleAt III 0 nifll HDD ; I A /1 I



a recent meeting of :Beta
+:. 'membership _friendship cal sketch of adult club mem- Lambda Chapter of Epsilon Sig- !

dinner meeting of the bers. ma Alpha' rummage sale to beheld THE f fffliL9 I t f
Gainesville[ Business and Professional
slated.
Taking part were: Bettv Sanford on November 7 was
Women's Club took The held at the
4',, Kay Herndon, Pat Fuller meeting was
I e A 3 fit: place Tuesday: evening at the and Marsha Laite. home of Mrs. M. E. Harrison. :TTi 1 F
\ Primrose Inn. Mrs. David Hoffmeister, president -
The Beacon Club is composed ,
j'F. appointed the following:
; This, event welcomed new UNITARIANUNIVERSALISTFELLOWSHIP
F.- of a group of high school chairman, Mrs. Thomas J. Ay-\
s ; members to the Club and
greeted -
girls interested in a business
. cock, chaplain; Mrs. Don Home,1
*' : visitors from clubs :in neigh- career, and is sponsored b y I photographer, Mrs. M. E. Harrison '

boring cities.Attending BPW clubs throughout the ways and means. Plans i 1024 N.W. lC h AVENUE

;t. ;/ from Ocala were: country.An for the rush parties to be held'': Adult and Church School . . 11 AM.
orientation and initiation! in October and November were
Mrs. Mona Badia, Mrs. A b -
stein, Mrs. Margaret Hancock,' service w'as conducled by Mrs. announced.Mrs. I SPEAKER: Jack S. Funkhouser

Mrs. Ruth Dann Mrs. Farrie Lee Dollar, Mrs. R. E. Round- Pete Moody lead a discussion -' Humanities Staff, U of F

:,, Montgomery, Mrs. Frances tree, Mrs. Charles Cherry entitled "Emotions of I
.. and Miss Peggy Albright, for TOPIC: Music and the Arts in Religion:
Kahler Mrs. Gladys Lockhart, Self Expression, follow i n g
Mrs. L. S. Ennis Their Historic Role and
new members
-x Mrs. Anna Real and Mrs. Josephine this year's theme of "Our Ex-
and Mrs. R. D. Whittaker. Mrs. Their Place. Today a
Fenn. pressional World. I
,.- : W. J. Edwards, of Archer, was si
r 4w Lake City guests were unable to be present for the in- J Ie

... Mrs. Virginia Stemm M r s. stallation. t isis
;
Jane Wark, Mrs. Mildred 1 Indian WeddingThe

Bradford and Mrs. Connie program included the i t Ir

I ; : ; = Starke McKenzie.were Club Mrs.members Bea Farber from, ding showing of two of pictures Indian of ttudents the wed-at JI ( .CHA1< N't/JljfJtlj{ 1JfPt (

:.:.. Mrs. J. Johnson Jr. Tampa, State Junior Director, was Mrs. Bertie Alson Mrs. Mildred the University of Florida by LJr",. ,
er at the Gainesville Junior Woman's Club luncheon meeting held Thursday Doyle, and Miss Delia Mrs. M. C. Laurie. I : :; nnmtn trginll

.< at the Gainesville Golf and Country Club.,Pictured from left to right are Mrs. Rosenberg. Miss Rosenberg is Mrs. Laurie perfrmed t he

Wade ,Fugate Williston, State Junior Vice Director, Mrs. Donald E. Rose of the State Federation presidentelect. civil ceremony as a notary pub

Ocala, District Five Junior Director, and Mrs. J. Frank Johnson Jr. lic with 150 guests attending the AisTHINK 1I 1I I

Jacksonville visitors introduced !Hindu religious ceremony i n
r By MRS. GEORGE CORRICK Hand State Jr. Chairman of In- ternational Affairs Departmentwas were Mrs. Helen Roberts International House on the UF

I In this same program the also present. ,. president of the Jacksonville campus. Mrs. Laurie is employed -
With "Smooth Sailing" the Junior Women will again spon- Transfer members introducedto Club Mrs. Judy Greene) in the Foreign Student's Of- .

.: luncheon theme the Gaines- sor local school showings of the the local club were Mrs. Earl Mrs. Julie Puckhaver Mrs. Alice fice at the university. i Ii I II
ville Junior Woman's Club
charted their course for the movie "Strangers." Ference, and Mrs. George Hall, and Mrs. Agnes Jones.': Guests of members were I tI
Finley. The visitors were introduced Miss Janie Lee Mrs. '
1964-65 season at the first meet Affairs Tyson -,
Community Depart
by Mrs. R. Roundtree, president .1
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ing Thursday at the Gaines. ment, Mrs. Douglas Shanklin, Three courtesy members I Helen B. Hunerivadel and JI JII
.., elect.of the city club. .
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ville Golf and Country Club. announced plans for continued from other countries, Mrs. Man-: Miss Dottie Paulling.Mrs.
uel R. Vilaret, Mrs. Alberto An- Eddie Fisher is president I .i : II
club support of the communitywide I Beacon Club Skit (We Do .)
Chairmen of the departments Empty Stocking Fund, I tiga of Cuba, and Mrs. Habib of the Gainesville Cub and :}t': x. I
outlined proposed projects to children Nathan of Iran, were also ,.introduced The ,Beacon Club of Gaines- Mrs. Lee Dollar is pro gram IA
providing toys for needy I : Owr Mommotii Garden, Patio and Pet Department I
be undertaken by club mem ville, High School a satiri-chairman. !{$ fl
during the Christmas sea- I gave J::: i is fHfed with colossal savings ont
r bers during the coming year. son. She reported that a pickup I everything imaginable for your lawn and I

Mrs. E. Alray Howard, presi drive to obtain toys for renovation -." ;. I f garden and for your fan-filled days in the I
dent presided. would be conducted in : Mm. We are the largest and most complete I t
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Featured speaker at the first October. I f { e 4 outlet in the state on garden and patio t''

meeting was Mrs. J. Frank i I supplies and Hondas largest dealer I
Among other to be in exotic and domestic. !If do r 1 1I
projects pets we not I
Junior
Johnson Jr., State Director I
of the Florida Federation of sponsored by the Gainesville W Fllllllltln+nenaulllllll: L haft rhe pet you want, we can get if for I ,
Woman's Clubs. The speaker Junior Woman's Club during 1 $, yoa whatever may be! J

stressed the importance of 1964 65 are: t 1t I FOR EXAMPLE: I 1

good basic organization and 1 I I d. I
Collection of books for the
planning as the foundation for Friends of the Library; Hal- .ouuttr I = E 1 r j BABY FEMALEIwAZoomiw :

a worthwhile program of servo loween trick or treat on behalfof uscoos

ice by the Junior Women. She UNICEF; observance of 1 I ii i I INDIA :

compared such planning to the UN Day next month in conjunction I 1 flit, !
Woman's House of Fashion, with the local UN Chapter 1 Jj1L I [I
which casts the general patternfor ; continued visitation and 1 I ELEPIIA! :

current fashions, and servesas support of sponsored Sun- SA VE20-40% & MORE! 1 I i II I, QUIJ.I1Y I
the foundation on which further land Center '
Training Cottage 1
fashion design is based. Voter Registration drive anda ; 1 : 1'1' '" DISCDUItT I jill'! $4 40 ;
I .
Toward s
implementing their drive to encourage salvationof I
season's theme "Li. ing Each Fahkahatchee Swamp the 1 I I'' \ I

Day Accomplishing S o m e- last primeval swamp in North / cctn6ee/ cetten! 1 'I Ifs I I HI/I/ III l 11 i 1111111 U I
1 I Wtf tattle for the everyday pet. Be the first on your
thing, Junior Woman Depart- America. block to own a real live baby Indian EUphcr.t. 42 fo 41 I
ment chairmen reviewed plans '- I inches at the shoulder, and lust at that cute age..
for a variety of service projects Dental Clinic To Open =-1 KNITTED POLOS I weaned bat not bousebroktn. Price includes F'vEE cfliViry! I
to be dur- Mrs. John R. Webb announced 811C PETS anywhere hi Florida Pleat allow 30 days for d IiYlry.
,accomplished *
the that the club sponsored Den ? 1 I OTW Specially priced for the next 60 days onfr/so hulTY.I I

ing year. tal Clinic will resume operationin 87' COMPARABLE 1 Avoilobte on Special Order CHARGE IT yes, credit terms can be a

Projects Announced October in new quarters in VALUE 1.29 I C arranged on this adorable lilii! critter! n
the County Health Building. Cotton knits in novelty jacquards and 1 I PACHYDERM NOW PAY LATER.x .
Several projects were an- ,,: assorted stripes; red & pastels I Black Coated, WhiteFace I
nounced by Mrs. William T. Seated at the head table for :: I tid41 ,
e Sizes: 9-18 mos. and 2 to 4 years R'ngtai1 Monkeys
Manley, Youth Conservation i the opening luncheon, in addi- I

Department Chairman. Icclud tion to the speaker and officers Atretckl tI I. t tI"

ed were provision of a Juvenile were Mrs. M. T. Hartman Jr., they :3' U 1 1A i iI
Clothes Closet at the ef. !
City Gainesville Woman's Club Pres-
Jail; further study of the need ident; Mrs. Wade Fugate Wile NYLON SLACKS 1. Block Sakie .Monkeys --&J* :i ::; .
I' "r
for a Juvenile Shelter in Ala liston, State Vice-Directcr for I Chimps $1100 "i,w' ark. t i
chua County; support of local Juniors; Mrs. Donald Rose, : Baby $$167'W ?:": .a ,
: I
Youth Fitness programs and Ocala, District Five Junior 1 4 7 Comparable Ocelot Kittens -".-... -,y"

sponsorship of a Girl Scout Director; and Mrs. Jack Bohannon Value f.99 I I Jaguar Cubs, __-$500 4Li :-.,, t

troop. Sponsor, Mrs. Hal W. ask t s> v 100% stretch nylon with fleece back I I JaguarowBa Cubs $77 I
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$ I. :\ tJ
; Band front, elastic back; permanent stitched I MA eae t' .' \
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band
Prices I
Mrs. Jack Siller, 4 p.m., crease elastic stirrup .Speciol Older .If. i\abiHt'l-lf yotI & \, I II

sh.t t. Antioch Baptist Church of La- Red:', black royal; sizes 2 to 4 1a I rent. net list,see and what svbied y to wan,, ,",ask, .... Pel t'r i+ t"",."" ,, gcI. ,,
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Mix butter with paprikaand h(ash tt l '
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celery seeds; slash hard Colorful VarielX S '
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SATURDAY, September 19 through the bottom; spread Ti 2.27 AF
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.- Wedding of Miss Linda cuts with the butter mixture ; : ; ..... 1-5; M & W widthBOOTEES I PARAKEET!
:: Marie Kirkpatrick daughter and heat. ; >a> t1
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of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell L. 11.
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Kilpatrick, and Kenneth C. / 1
Winters son of Mr. and Mrs. Soh hard soles; 3-6 I Adet bride ,

Berl C. Winters, 10 a.m., 1 t. i !
Ion Chapel of the First ,,- "" 1 i
... Presbyterian Church. CCI''ul' 1 60 Ifd'& girli' Infants Mow k fee isms to bvyt Btand new skips.M
1 last aimed Variety of colon. to choose from. I
Rehearsal dinner for Miss \
Linda Register and their SWEATSHIRT 1 I -
son PLAY SLAX CARDIGANSWEATERS :
Herbert Silber, 6:30: p.m., Mr. I Ass't. Cold Cuts 1 I PARAKEET CAGES

... and Mrs. Jack Silber and also and Cheese Cut t.47 1.12 1 I I
to Order. Also a 1 "THUNDERBIRD" PAGODA CAGE 2 84.
Miss Celia Ann Silver, Wo-
man's Club of High Springs. Variety To of Go.Salads Conp.Value 1.99o Comp. Vol. 1.79 I o 4 color, compfete with cups, perches and swing. 14 I

Half Boxer waist 23 a Soft cotton pullover 1 CHROME 87 I
PLATED CAGE
1
SUNDAY, September 20 Prints & solids White with prints 4
Wedding of Miss Linda Register Sizes 2 to 4hap47a14 Sizes 9 mos. to 3 yrs. II I Wg ettevan for 2,with removable. trey and excess. I

daughter of Mr. and Comp. Vol. 1.99 ea. 1 I

Mrs. 0. A. Register, and Her- tfSLEEPERS Van toSHlKTS I 110 GALLON STAINLESS STEEL I
Orion knits! 1
Lvxwy
Silber of and
bert son Mr. 1

1 1 AQUARIUM KIT
Jacquard, embroideredtrim 1
780 1 ; I TROPICAL lr j ;
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GADDVM'S Moving l SALE 1 11 : -.
Special trims for boys; 1 FISH
Cc.,.". Vol. 1.79 special trims for girls Comp. Val. 98e I coiapleteOpen I

Clearance a Warm cotton knit Soft knit cottonShortsleeve I 1 ,
prices throughout the shop Plastic sole feet Red, blue, pink, maize 10 gallon, sfalniesc sleet, non-fiegnetk SFO II
o Blue, maize, pink; o..cSptltCtJ and white in sizes 2-3X Sizes 3-18 mos.111JIlHtit. I I aquarium, complete with prop, filter, air

Extension dining tables . . $75 1 I.here floss" h..ta.e, charcoal, heater food and inWROUGHT C
t Johnson's 97 1
!jKN'T I I
Bookshelves from $15 BABY POWDER ROM STAND 9er9?'
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For ataet 10 ft 15 oaf.aavarteav 4 hpvIar YGIi.rles I
GOWN Johnson'sBABY PULLOVER44c : I AQUARIUM GRAVELTknepopvlvtoion.2k.haf -. -
Souffle dishes . . . $1 1.50 SHAMPOO a I

.. 670 Indispensable II I STRIP REFLECTOR I

Fireplace screens & tools from $7.50 Comp. VaL 1.00 Q-TIPS, 170 Comp. Vol. 79c 1 o Stofofenstoel for lOfoi-took I

Easy sfipon sty!. I I
Miwiiifeeo your & Bc With neck opening I I
Walnut chest cabinet $75
choice
or i string closure Handy diaper tapes I rI I
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Wick pwfdMM of Sic fctUpielo ,' 1I
Walnut end tables $12.50 to $27.50 Plastic Panties; waterproof ctrotck w.ist.. 4 t. pock . .. . . . . .. 38cFieldtex I. wigs wovnd and nay paJnu'BOW15
2U40" ..un topers; 12 in poly bag .... .. . .. . ... ..... 2.77 LARGE $30 2 I
26x34" Receiving Blankets; 2 ta pack .. .. .. ... ... ... .. .. ..... <4c 1 QUART WICKER
Sofa pillows $1 and $2.50 Spencer's Gown; zip bottom; Pram sleeve. ; pastels .. .. .. . .... .. .. .. 1.28 rax BOWL DOG lEIS :
Toddlers Lined J.cketend Cap Set . .. . .. ... .. .. .. ..... .... 9.47 I 1
Infants' Insulated Diaper Bag; zippered; carry strap ... ... .. ...... .. ..... 1.58 1 W9h 2.5.
Many other bargainsin Flannelette Gowns & Kimonos .. .'. . . . .. .. .'. .. .. 52e | |" in. of 7WCMannftnWlaV tt. ser I
"Welcome St,. 5.," Sets blanket, towel or sacqwe with bib'or toy ... .. . .. 1.48 I I| TjVvnnnl ain eas.h.ef.erf..doc. GOLDnSH..% for 1Sc .." vaenkbwidrw 1
fine Crib B..ket; screen print on white; acetate satin binding . .. .. .*. .. %.31 I LARGE HAMSTER CAGE 1.57 with anhi-. I Ile
home furnishings I Fitted Crib Sheet; white and blue -. . .-. . . .. .. . .. 78c
Curity Cause__ Diapers_ with new Center Panel construction . .. . 2.97 I I
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I Gainesville-Acres of Free H.79a waive lUI..ntHd ALWAYS' I U.S. 441 N. at 23rd Blvd. 376-8292 a DISCOUNTS that give you instant cash I

qantily mJ. !J)1J1tiJ&JM '| U.s. 441 N. .t 23rd Bhd." -- -DISCOUNTS- Bwanteea that EYEIIY eiw yes OAT' Mtaftt ""J savings guaranteed EVERY DAY a

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Gainesville Sun Friday, September 18, 1954
Mrs. Larry Rogers, Mrs. J. L. I
Parties ComplimentMiss Norris and Mrs. J. T. Sowell J
Mobley-Farewell Seasonal flowers in pink and

News of Special InterestTo I Linda RegisterLaCROSSE I I white centered the lace covered

ALACHUA Mr. and Mrs. serving table. I
Two bridal 'the LaCrosse Woman's Club.
i ,
Alvin presented to
Mobley of Alachua
an- Corsages were
showers were given recently in Mrs. Fred
They were May,
the Colored nounce the engagement of their honor of Miss Linda Register, the bride -to-be, her mother
CommunityNews Mrs. J. F. Parrish, Mrs. E. Orel A. Register, and
Mrs.
daughter, Miss Sybil Mobley, to whose marriage to Herbert Sil-
T. Norris, Mrs. Orion Cauthen, bridegroom-elect's mother,
the
items for this page should be submitted to Colored News Editor Ben F. 'Childs. Richard Farwell, son of Cap- ber will be an event of Sundayat Silber of Satellite
tain and Mrs. J. A. Cason, Mrs. R. T. :Mrs. Jack
528 NW 8th St. by mail or by phone at FR 65753. Do not send news directly to the Gainesville Mrs. Arthur F. Far- 4 p.m. in the Antioch Baptist -. and High Springs.
Sun office. well Jr., USN, of Warrington.A Church. Hargrove, Mrs. Carl Harris, Beach

I December wedding is plan- Hostesses for the first shower -,. I

LACROSSE NEWS but a free-will offering will be SPECIAL NOTICE ned in Alachua. were Mrs. Roy Cellon and\ UN1TARIANUNIVERSALISTFELLOWSHIP

Men's Day ObservanceMen's accepted. Zion Temple A. M. E. Zion Miss Mobley was graduatedfrom Mrs. W. E. Cellon, who enter-I I

I Day observance will Church will worship and fellowship Santa Fe High Schooland tained 25 guests at the

be held at the St. Paul Baptist NOTICE with the Shady Grove is a junior at the Univer- the former.A I

r t Church here on 'Sunday, Sept. The Mt. Siani Baptist Associ- Primitive Baptist Church Mon- sity of Florida. o pink and white color note I.. 1024 N.W. lCh AVENUE

/ ', 20. The schedule of services is ation will convene at the Mt. day, Sept. 21 at 8. pjn. This Mr., Farwell attended Wash- ,. was emphasized in the party '1 Adult and Church School . . 11 A.M.
as follows: Bethel Baptist Church with service is on behalf of Deacon i appointments with an arrange I
Morning worship at 11 a.m. Rev. G. G. McArthur, moderator Sam Ivory and their Men's Day ington Lee High School in Ar- ;::: ment of flowers and green ta-j, SPEAKER: Jack S. Funkhouser
Va. He will be
lington, gradu-
\ During the services, there will in charge at Starke, Sept. celebration at Shady Grove. ated from the University of pers decorating the serving ta!! Humanities Staff, U of F
{ be baptism. Rev. Ned Banks 2427. Rev. A. Vinson, pastor; Rev. R. J. Gainous pastor. Rev. ble. I : I
Florida in where he Arts in Religion
December Music and the
TOPIC
J' will be the principal speaker ont :I Mrs. P. L. Scott.reporter.CONVALESCING_ W. L. Souder, pastor and mem- is a member of ,the Gator -......,.::.... ---i Another shower for the bride'I';'I : Their Historic Role and
the occasion. Afternoon worship bers of Zion Temple will be in Swim Team. Miss Sybil Mobley elect was given by a Their Place Today a
at 3 p.m. Deacon Taylor of the charge of the servies. The public .- hostesses who entertained at, g -- ,*
t' ''' '' i gg
Church Mrs. Estelle Knowles who is is invited.CELEBRATES. -- ----
Mt. Carmel Baptist '
if of food, fun and fellowship is
from Gainesville will also be theprincipal ill at her home, was reportedas Faculty ClubOpen planned. ie is

speaker on the occas- somewhat improved. I ANNIVERSARYThe
ion. Deacon Ben Brown of St. Mrs. Alberta Tillman, a member Fifteenth Anniversary of Tonight little ISJM
Ever add a celery
Luke Baptist Church, Paradise, > of Mt. Pleasant Methodist] the Friendship Choirs Union is r
First buffet din- salt to creamstyle clam
will take the offering. Baptist Church, who is ill, was reportedas now in progress at the Greater family night JtM'CllA7 :Fr'iMl/fl f/III r l
ner of the fall season for the chowder? ?
Training Union at 5 p.m. Eve- imi;>roving. Bethel A.M.E. Church. The activities -
UF Club will be held
Faculty
ning worship at 7:30: p.m. The began yesterday at 8p.m. I ,
pastor will preach.IN LAKE BUTLER NEWS Today at 8 p.m.'Jill be tonight from 6 to 8. Prospective
Appreciation Services featured as "Guests' Night." members are invited.

REMEMBRANCEIn There will be an appreciation Several choirs of the city will] A get acquainted program I THINK !

loving remembrance of our services held at the Hopewell present musical renditions.The I

b husband and father, the late A.M.E. on both today. at 8 p.m. anniversary will close PERSONALSMrs. 1I

Alonzo Woodard, who departedthis and Sunday, here. Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. Henderson Rosa Bell Jones returned -
life Sept. 18, 1961. Mrs. L. The Rev. R. V.. Gaddy, pastor pastor and the St. Peter here yesterday from Albany 1 I
V. Woodard, wife, and family. and his congregation from Baptist Church of Archer, will] Ga., where she was called because I Ass't. Cold Cuts '
Williston A.M.E. Church are in,conduct a special worship serv- of business. and Cheese Cut : : '
Also '
CHOIRS UNION TO CONVENE charge of the services today at ice. These services are cbserv- Miss Ernestine Johns of Miami I to Order.of Salads a 1 : 1- I

1 The Friendly Choirs' Union 8 p.m. I ng' the fifteenth anniversary of was called here yesterday kVariety God
i I will convene at the ML Olive The public is invited. Rev.: the union and also the fifteenth because of business. 1I

Methodist Church at Evinston, Clifton Simmons, pastor; Mrs.I anniversary of F. G. Wingateas Miss Helen J. Jackson, o f -

Sunday at 3 p.m. Willie Mae Perry, reporter. I president. Mrs. F. D. Shan- Jacksonville, will spend the :... (We Do .) I
non, secretary; Mrs. A. M. weekend here with her sister I

GRAND UNION MEETINGThe CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Pridgen, program chairman; Mrs. Alice H. McDonald, and Ovr Mammoth Garden, Patio and Pet Department I
State Uniform Company I Emanuel Baptist Sunday Mrs. 'G. L. Souder, reporter. other relatives. 1 is filled with colossal savings on I

Fellowship meeting will convene School 10 a.m.; morning worship ._ 1 everything imaginable for yovr lawn and

today at 8 p.m. at the Temple I 11 a.m.; Baptist Training -< A.. .-., r ;". 1 garden and for your fan-filled days in the I
i at Tampa. Union, 5 p.m.; and eve- '' sun. We are the largest and most complete I
I' Illllpmh111 UUllllll
ning worship, 6:30: p.m. Choir !! I .> outlet in the state on garden and patio
JOINT SERVICES rehearsal 4 and Florida's largest dealer I
No. 2 will have its ,9mllIlImlll1llllllllllllllllUlm] I < supplies
III The following ministers and Monday, 7:30 p.m.; there will 1 in pets, exotic and domestic. we do not I
I their congregations will conduct be> prayer meeting Tuesday, iPil I ': I I I \ have the pet you want, we' can get it for I
I joint services at the Shady 7:30 p.m.; and Choir No. 1 will 1 :4/c yoa whatever it may beiFO
Grove Primitive Baptist Churchon have its rehearsal } II
: Thursday, I i
I !1 EXAMPLE
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behalf of the Men's Day program 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis, I
: Monday at 8 p.m., Rev. pastor; Mrs. M. E. Middleton, ooultr !l I I1 I BABY FEMALE

W. L. Souder of the Zion Tem- reporter.Mt. /IS OONS iiM .
ple A.M.E. Zion Church; Tues- Carmel Baptist Sunday E'I :I I INDIAN :
G. G. Mc- I + ,
day at 8 p.m., Rev. School, 9:30 a.m.; morning -
Arthur, moderator, of the Baptist worship 11 a.m.; Baptist fields

I j Church from Trenton; Wed-.Draining Union 5:30 p.m.; and l ELEPHANT 1I
nesday at 8 p.m., Bishop H.11 evening worship 7 p.m. There I
I Williams of the Church of God I will be mid-week Meditation SA VE 2040% & I IIi I OUAUTY 1 IDISC01lKT

\\11! in Christ; and Thursday at 8 Services Tuesday 7:30 p. m.; I II *
p.m., Rev. L. A. Tillman of Youth Forum Wednesday, 7:30 I I I 4,400

the Mt. Moriah Baptist Church. p.m.; and both. Choirs Nos. 1 I I ,1 il1lil !
I ,
I The public is invited. Rev. R. i and 2 will rehearse and U sh- 4ccjn6ed cotton/ I i l,I1 lit fillet..iii a I ul I I II II t),.....,,,, I tl lI! I, I
I J. Gainous, pastor; Mrs. P. L. ers' Borrd No. 2 will meet, 8 I Wfay settle for the everyday pet. 8* the first en your
block to own a realliw baby Indian Elephant. 42 to 48
I Scott reporter. p.m.; Teachers' Meeting Thursday \D\ I .oTOTHER inches at the shoulder; and just at that cute age. .. I
I 7:30 p.m.; and: both Choirs KNITTED POLOS I I AND A MO lULL weaned but not housebroken. Price includes FREE delivery I
I i AILING IN HOSPITALMrs. Nos. 1 and 2 will ,again rehearse EXOTIC PHS anywhere Florida.. Please allow 30 days for delivery.
Julia Worthy is ailing in Friday, 8 p.m. Rev. T. 1 I Specially! priced for the next 60 days only, so hurry. 8

the Alachua General Hospital. A. Wright, pastor; Mrs. E. :'. r 871COMPARABLE Itiir 1 I Available on Special Order* CHARGE IT yes, credit terms can beI' 0
this adorable little crillerl:/
'- Hamm, reporter.Zion I arranged on II
WALDO NEWSTo Temple A.M.E. Zion .' e Cotton knits in novelty jacquards and I PACHYDERM NOW e. PAY LATER. IiI
Conduct Joint Services Church School 10 a.m., and assorted stripes red & pastels Black Coated, WhiteFace .

The Rev. J. H. Phillips, pastor morning worship, 11 a.m. Thei'ourth ;" Sizes: 9-18 mos. and 2 to 4 years I RfngteU Monkeys .
and his congregation of the Quarterly Conference H ( t a I

Philadelphia Baptist C h urch last Sunday was a success. All A tne,4tetcn.! ;1.1 $54 r .r
here will conduct a joint serv- reports were complete. Thanksfor :4 >c I

ice at the Mt. Carmel Methodist your excellent cooperation.Our w' I I Monkeys _$** 1 f;
C Church today at 3 p.m. Annual Conference is only I NYLON SLACKS Is Black Sokie -

The pastor of the Free Can- three months away. Let us be- I I Baby Chimps .$1,100 x gI

non Methodist and his congregation -gin now to bring all claims to.. i + Kittens ____$167 'III
) :W:4 F.. 147 Comparable I Ocelot ,
from Earleton will worship date for round reports. Rev. W. Value J.99 $1500 II
\ with us during the services. L. Souder, pastor. NV- I Jaguar Cubs ------ ,
Rev. Robert Dell, pastor. .{., 100% stretch nylon with fleece back I Jaguorondia Cobs _$77Colorful I

The public is invited. DISTRICT CHOIR e Band front, elastic back permanent stitched I I Prices based Oft cw- ItI .
,1
onH .
s3 order ..
A :< crease; elastic stirrup eSp cial ..wailabil'kry.end If ,
The district choir for the Mt.
to .
subject
,p.: renl list, ... fwOY Ido
PROGRAM SET ; Red, black, royal; sizes 2 to 4 want ask !
Siani Baptist Association will : xl I net see why y
The Waltonaires, singers from have its rehearsal at the Friend- I I Dept. Mcnt09et' for InformatiOfto -e.- I

High Springs, will appear in a ship Baptist Church Mondayat I II
musical program at the Mt. 8 'p.m.NOTICE. < 2It1t1ht4'FIRST t
Herman Baptist Church on t II
\ Variety
Talking ,
STEPPER
I
Sunday at 5 p.m. = a

This promises to be a very The West Coast Ministers and i 2.27 d I PARAKEETS r'S II

fine entertainment, and the pub, Deacons Union Choir will sing ;, -I 1-5; M & W width I t II
lic is invited to attend. :Tuesday Sept..22. at 8 p. m. at BOOTEESPLAY '

the Shady Grove Primitive Baptist 2.7 1I II
ALACHUA NEWS Church. II
Soft, hard soles 3-6 144
Adult
I birds
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Convention SuccessfulThe The moderator, Rev. G. G. I
7i
singing convention, that McArthur, will be the princi- 1CO1
was held at the St. Mary Bap- pal speaker on the occasion. l' I I
..J I .1 Now k Ike time to buy! Brand new shipment
tist Church here last Sunday, llNO trr QirU' Infants
flC1JJ 1 I
last arrived<<* Vari.ty of colon to cheese from.
was well attended and success- LUCIUS FRED GIBBONS r .
ful. Funeral services for Lucius SLAX CARDIGANSWEATERS SWEATSHIRT 1
Fred Gibbons of 825 N. E. 19th 1 ; i; PARAKEET CAGES"THUNDERBIRD" \ :

< SLATES PROGRAMThe Terrace, will be held at Bart- f. 1.12 1 I I
PAGODA CAGE
Southland Spiritual Sing ley Temple Methodist Church
ers will appear in a musical' Saturday at 2:30 p.m. with Rev. Compo Value 1.99 Comp. Val. 1.79 I I e 4 colors, complete wfth cups perches end swln,. I

program at the East Side Damon Dell officiating. Inter- o Half Boxer waist 2 $3 e Soft cotton pullover I I CHROME PLATED CAGE 87 I
Church of God in Christ on ment will follow in the Rhuda o Prints & solids White with prints
I o ., for 2,with removable end I
o Sizes 2 to 4SLEEPERS o Sizes 9 mos. to 3 yrs. I tig tray oenu.
behalf of the church on Sept. Branch Cemetery.
20 at 3 pjn. Duncan B rot hers Funeral : Comp. Vaf. T.99 ea. I I I

There is no admission price, Home is in charge. lid -wit G6 t.I luxury Orion knits! VantaShittfS I I 10 GALLON STAINLESS STEEL -- I


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e Jacquard, embroidered l I

GADDUM'S Moving SALE 1.43 trim 780 I 57 >; I II TROPICAL t I

'I 11 FISH
Special trims for boys; I
Comp. Vaf. 1.79 special I trims for girls Camp. Val. 98e complete

Warm cotton knit Soft knit cottonShortsleeves I I I
Clearance prices throughout the shop Plastic sole feet 0 Red, blue, pink maize 10 ,open, stainless steel, nen. iaynortcoqweriwm 5 EO*
and white in 2-3X I I cooipUlo with pvmp, filter air I
o Blue, maize i pink; M sizes Sizes 3-18 mos. ,.
I... floss, diorcoof, beat.. fooo and .>
1Johnson's
Extension dining tables . . $75 traction bookletWROUGHT C I
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Bookshelves from $15 BABY POWDER IRON STAND
KNIT' GOWN Johnson's PULLOVER I F.,ee.et 1. i 1 S........eet.eee, 9.97 4 Popular VarleKee I

--- I I AQUARIUM GRAVEL -=- III
Souffle dishes $1 $1'.50 BABY SHAMPOO 4 < o Tfcr o ftfwtmt e.t.re.t Ifc.fc"f 370 ._ i 1.1Stwi.
6 7 4 I
Indispensable : II STRIP REFLECTOR 5-7
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Fireplace screens & tools from $7.50 Comp. Yal. 1.00 Q-TIPS, 170 Compo Vaf. 79c I ....steel,for II s...tank a ,. II

Keep'Roby drattfreeo your. 6 81 With Easy slipon neck style I ,IJ ". II
1
opening FREE -
Walnut chest or cabinet $75 'Draw-string closure choice Handy diaper tapes I IRTUS r I

I With pvrdMso .f a sac ...... c.e. I
'Walnut end tables . $12.50 to 27.50 i Plastic! Panties; waterproof, stretch waist.; 4 to a peck '. . .. . . .. 38c II plete with .tovnd and tiny .:' J' ;I
Fieldtex 21x40" gauze diapers; 12 !is poly bag .. .. .. . .. . .. . ..? 2.77 I 2 QUART WICKER j-
26x34" Receiving Blankets; 2 to a peck :. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . 84c I LARGE MASTIC BOWLS S3C f
Sofa pillows $1 and $2.50 Spencer's Gown; sip bottom; Pram sleeve; pastels . . .. . . ... . 1.28 : FREE : FISH BOWL DOG BEDS :
Toddlers Lined Jacket and Cap Set . . . .. . .. .. . .. .. ._ 9.47 I HAMSTERS '
Infants' Insulated Diaper Bag; zippered; carry strap ... ._.. ._. ._ .. .. ... 1.58 I ., ...... ys't 43 2.54I.I.,
Many other bargainsin Flannelette Gowns fir Kintonas .. .. . . .. ._ _. .. _. __ ','_ 52e"Welcome I With BvrdMM a 7.57 t oo I
Str.5ets; blanket, towel or sec 9 ue with bib or toy .. . .. . _. 1.4S I Iu.pI"e wfJh axMtba''''laedf..dap*- GOl nSH..2 for 15 KtfffvambliwidnOpen
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home Crib Becket; screen print on white; acetate satin binding . _. ._ . _... .. 2.38 I HAMSTER CAGE 1.57!! 't'I
fine furnishings Fitted Crib Sheet; whit. .nd blue . .. ._.__ ______ .._ . .. .0.71c
Oirtfy Gene Diapers with nw Center Panel construction .. .. . . .. . .._ 2.97 I
9-9 Sun. Moon-7 QUALITY the only true meastvnof
Saddam 3ntelio MOpen 9-9 s... Nooa-7 QUALITY the only true measure Gainesville-Acres of Free Parking 9a -value guaranteed ALWAYS .
I t aainesville-Acres of Free Parking of velwe fuarenteed ALWAYS U.S. 441 N. at 23 rd 81v. ... 37 6-8292 DISCOUNTS' that give yott instant cash
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Khrushchev Tones Down 'Terrible t SENATE JOINT NO.. 218 3 RESOLUTIONNO. section (2) hereof for adopting the provisions I elei If voted upon In a special elec
( Weapon9MOSCOW date de-
in
JOIN RESOLUTION proposing an thereof In the beginning. signated. eith. case o any -j
referendum election
to subsections (a) and (b) (4) In the event a -
of Section 18, Article XII of the results In a change Inthe method NO. 12
lion of Florida relating to the Coit. f selecting a county superintendent, the HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION

(AP) Premier amentary delegation that met: It cannot be a nuclear bom1 t deliberately. I can see how it CALL FOR BIDS of the revenue derived from the licensing Incumbent remainder shall b permitted t serve to which the A JOINT RESOLUTION NO. t21 proposing an '

Khrushchev has denied Khrushchev I it Moscow bids will be received In the City o motor vehicles for capital outlay he was o ter o amendment to Article IX, 14, of
that he with Tuesday had, because saw near appened, he added. Sale Florida at 11:00 A and deb service and ether school pr. o. apltl the Constitution of the $ si Florida

said the Soviet Union has a new reported he told them Soviet and a nuclear bomb woul o the 2nd day o October, 1944 for po***. HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION relating to taxation finance by extending -
Kenzi Fukunaga leader of the of the buildings BE IT RESOLVED BY THE an
or real NO. 2194 covered by
demoliti the period
weapon that can destroy man- scientists had showed him anew require testing and we are no o Alachoa County. LEGISLATURE OF THE SAT A 'JOINT RESOLUTION an said Article o t, until Jan
"apanese delegation said at theme propsl"
secret Thes buildings are located on tte right OF FLORIDA: amendment to Article XII 201L IX
kind.Khrushchev weapon that could testing now. he believed Khrushchev.vas way of U. S. 301 between H wrneand That the floi amendment to sub Constitution adding a Section to th numbered -BE rJ' RESOLVED the Legislature of

said Thursday destroy all life on earth. I The Soviet leader said hi Orange Heights sections (a) of section 18 by the Secretary State relating -the State of Florida:b 16
referring to ,one weapon, No bid wi b considered unless It Is submined XII of the Constitution of Florida Is lere to the election or o Article IX, Section 14 the
night scientists had shown hima Khrushchev told reporters at original remarks were misinterpreted official proposal form provided by agreed to an shall be of public apitmt o i Tat Constitution b* amended .o f *r}

"terrible which shows I Indian Embassy in translation to Japanese rot several. U.S. government by the State Road Department.Such me electors o t state for ratificationer speriteet Tayl lows, is hereby agreed to and shall besubmItted
an reception
weapon information next election RESOLVED the Legis'ature le
experts speculated it might be popl forms and r. relei general BE by to the electors of the State
what mankind can do." He said !Thursday night: "I said scientists and then to other languages. Call for Bids or Inspection to In November, 1944: of the State of Florida: for ratification or lection at the genera --
either a cobalt bomb, a "death of the buildings may b obtalnrc from Section 18. SCHOOL BONDS FUR CAPITAL That an amendment to article XII oft election of November, 1944: 1
I it was not a nuclear bomb but I showed me a terrible He promised an official versior C. Wilson, District Cie. Florida State OUTLAY, INSURANCE.a) Be- Florida Ctiti by adding the SECTION 16. Board of llstratlon'

I: gave no indication what the weapon which shows what would be issued "but it will take ray major, a advance neutron in bomb chemical or some or from L Deprtmt. Engineer's. Florida OHSce o five ginning(35)January years thereafter 1, 1945 ,and the fir first thirty-proceeds I stio t set Star of State to b ogreed numbered to gasoline uses etc.an like la.s"

I weapon was.Members I mankind can do. I didn't say a little time." Gainvie. Florida. of the revenues derived from the and ammt shall be submitted (a) That beginning January 1st, 190
germ warfare. must accompanied by I licensing of motor to the extent to the electo for ratification and for
i of a Japanese parli- anything about unlimited power. "I am not saying anybody did cashier's Ea check b other noncanceilableinstrument necessary to velle the provisions o lection Ittegeneral election after, the seventy-fi yer (5 (2c: :

In a amount equal to $100,00 of this amml. shall, a clecte to b held In November. 1944. per gallon of the total I r: levied
for each Ie on each proposal form. be monthly I t SETION. .County superintendent ol state law upon 1 ether like ;i
ALACHUA COUNTY ZONING This a guarantee that the outlay debt school cptal itri; appointment in products ef tr known as Ul
bid pbi =
In I
COMMISSION I will enter into a 'the and used only as proVided the Second Gas upon other
I No Special Loyalty Rules: BryantTALLAHASSEE C-0 ALACHUA COUNTY COURTHOUSE dr I scefl. with the termsof in tr.sr revenue (1) The county superintendent of public fuels us to pp veiles.
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA his.proposal. Deposits submitted by shall be distributed S among instruction shall be appointed by the shall J placed l la
Notice is hereby given that the Alachua unsuccessful bidders will be returned immediately the several counties In t ratio cf fie county board of public instruction In the "State Road Distribution I Trust Fund"in
County Commission will hold number Taylor county providing the propositionIs the State Into .
Zoning a determination of of Instruction In
following coun ?
(AP) The have publicly announced they it clear repeatedly that he is public hearing at 7:30 P.M. on Wednes successful bidders. ty in each year ea affirmed by a majority vote of the three (3) "ea'IV'I be e

} Democratic day. September 30, 1944 In the County The Department reserves- the right to herein The cPI a po\t qualified electors of Tayl county mae distributed a
Democratic
the the
party must com are supporting Republican supporting nom revee office of
the
In the Courthouse waive from the cty aperltet conte a folO oe r
Commission Room (4O ) reiect any or all bids -an to drive Iclsln I to Intlon.
mand loyalty of its members candidate for president, Barry inee, President Johnson.He I to consider requests to rezone the errors .may b dee bst tI'"iel veicles t b set lide I each mto year pbi Instruction submit the apintive. contained and, one one p ai accring Jpla
following described property in the fol. the Interest of the distribte as provided herein shall (In subsection to the a counties' contributions
t. through public appeal and not Goldwater. told a news conference lowing described manner: PROPERTIES MANAGEMENT be aon equal in the special election (1 be eleor to the cost ofstate

r through special rules, says Gov. Unlike some Democrats, Bry Thursday that he differed with Application' No. 45 Rezone fem Residence .OUTDOOR ADVERTISING BRANCH I. the product of four aggre.teto dDar' county commissioners of Taylor county road construction as provided I the rati ofdistrIbution a
"B" to Business "B" (Requested 15.
-
Right of Way Division CS.o, multiplied by the total upon the request of the county board of Laws of Florida. Acts of 1931.
t Farris Bryant. ant has advocated holding the Democrats who planned to cross by Mr. J. P. Thompson) FLORIDA STATE ROADDEPARTMENT i unit In all the counties i public which election shall be the purpose of the apportionment I ik lt

'f' He asked to door for them and vote for Lots 5, 6, 7. I, 9. 10 11, 12, 13 and of Florida. ,number of I held.witln Istruci<4fl)"'days after the request -on the counties' contributions : IP
a Republican
was comment on party open to return -over 14. in Block 19 of Ridge Crest Sub- 13621) 9.18. 25 units In T county In each Iatrcio the result thef shall determine cost of state road I

the numbers of Democrats, including rather than kicking them but that he did not quarrel with division R20E, as lying recorded: In In Section Plat Book:i. TlOS."B". NOTICE OF SALE the purposes of this amendment yer shall I whether in said county. ( shall b effective amount of the ctribti cl: : IS

] some officeholders, who out for good. But he has made them. Page 3. of the Public Records of TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: be instruction the greater of (I) the number- of I (3) Should the county adopt the provisions -suant by the to ce said: ca Chapter 15459 1 shall pur betaken ts
tnat the follow units in each county for .
Alachua County. Florida. notified
You are hereby of subsection (1) hereof It may. after
The above described propety Is located ing motor vehicle: 1944 GMC PF 1. the scol fiscal year 1951-52 compted. four (4) years return to Its former the and monthly deemed amounts conclusive distributable In computIng )r

at 340S SE Hawthorne Road. will be sold at public sale at 10:0 A In manner heretofore status and reject the provisions of this to said Such
Application No. 66 Rezone from Business o'clock on the 24th day of 16 general law, or (2) the number of Instruction section by the same procedure outlined acrdi distributed contribions _
"1.11 to Business "B" (Request. 1321 North Main St., Gainesvil.e, Flr. units in such county fo the school in subsection (2) hereof for the as hereinafter sal b Idmlnlsterl
2nd BEST 50 YD. SEATBEST ed by J. H. Ward) ida. The proceeds of the sale will b fiscal year cope in the manner here provisions thereof In the adpti (b) The Governor as chairman the
That part of Lot S and the North plied to the payment of the cost retaking tofore or provided tv gener. (4) In the event a refereu" elec' State Treasurer and the State ComP
2 1-7 chains of Lots 21 and 22 of storing and sale of sail motor al law and approved by the state boardof tlon results in a change o troller shall constitute a body
Section 13. Township 13 South. vehicle and the cost of publication of education (hereinafter called the state selecting a county superintendent, to b known a the "State Board ofAdminIstratio
Range 20 East, lying between the old notice of sale and then to the utlsactloof board), or (3) the number of Instructionunits Incumbent shall be permitted to serve which board shall suc-

( IS A TAT FLORIDA FIELD) and new highways.The the balance due under the ctrad in each county o behalf of which the remainder of the term of office to power, control and authority -
above described I property Is located' with Aaron M. demons, Jr.. Rt. 4, Box the state board of educti hat Issued which he was duly elected or appointed.NO. of the statutory Board of Admmlsration. .
I at 5710 Southeast Hawthorne Road (State 174W, Gainesville, Fla. covering the financing bonds or motor anticipation 7 Said Board sal have. In addi-
Road No. 20;. of said motor vehicle. Any. surplus certificates under this amendment which SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION hon to such powers may be conferred -
Application No. 74 Rezone from will be paid to you, and you will i I I will produce sufficient revenues under NO. 248 upon !it by law, the management.
FOR FLORIDA-S.M.U. GAMEIF Residence "A" to Business "A" witha remain liable for any balance remaining this amendment to equal one and one A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an control and supervision of the proceeds
variance in the South set.back unpaid under said contract. third (1 1.3) times the aggregate amount amendment to Article XVI. of the Florida of said two cents (2c) of said taxesand
from 25' to 14 6" (Requested by Dated this 4th day of Sept. 1944 of principal and interest such bonds Constitution, relating to the location all moneys and other assets which
Thomas Oil Co.) Commence at the ASSOCIATES DISCOUNTCORPORATON or motor vehicle tax anticipation o certificates of the Seat of Government; adding o the effective date of this amendmente
CAN NOT GO TO THE GAME VISIT NE corner of Section 34 TI1S R20E which will mature and become Section 1A providing for means to insure applicable or may become applicable -
and run Nfl degrees 11* 40" W365.fT BY: L JAERSON continuity of State and Local Government to the bonds of the several counties
; thence S 13 degrees 03 20" Gainesvie, due in such year computed In the manner operations in periods of emergency of this state. or any special road and

W 876.90'; thence run West 372,05'; 602272-Fla ( 7- heretofore o hereafter provided by resulting from disasters caused by bridge district, or other special taxing
AND SEE THE GAME thence run N 22 degrees of 01' 41" (3423) ':1 general law and approved by the state enemy attack. district thereof, issued prior to July 1st.

W 315' to the South R-W of the board. __ BE IT RESOLVED by the Leci'lature of 1935, for road and bridge purposes. The
COUCH'S Flemington Road; thence run S 67 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA Such funds s dlstrlbte snail D administered the State of Florida: word "bonds" as used herein sal Include -
time and
degrees 58' 19" W along said R-W EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND I by as now That the following amendment ct Article bonds warrlnt
ON AN 450'; thence run N 22 degrees 01' FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN CHAN- 'created and constituted by section 3 of XVI, of the Florida Constitution by add other forms of Issued forroad
article XII of the Constitution of Florida and bridge purposes by any county
41" W 11V to a point on the East ing section 1A Is agreed to and shall
R-W of Interstate Highway No. 75 CERY.DALE M. WHITE For the purposes of this amEndment.said be submitted to the electors of the state or special road and bridge distrct orother
and the P. O. B.; thence run S67 Plaintiff, state board as now cnstitute.shaU for ratification or rejection at the general special taxing distric outstanding
Issues
on July 1st. 1931. -
degrees 5T 19' E along the North continue a I body election held in November. 1944:
R-W of the Flemington Road 171.0; -vs- ing the life of this amendment and shall Section Continuity of government.The .- thereof. Said Board shall have the
thence run N 22 degrees 01' 41" COLIN LEE WHITE Defendant. have all the powers provided in legislature 14 in order to Irsure continuity statutory powers of Boards of County

W 200'; thence run S 67 degrees NOTICE SUIT this amendment In addition to all other of state and local governmental Commissionr and Bond Trustees and of
any authority of special road
ALL NEW 1965 58' 19" W 200to the East R.W TO: Colin Lee White constitutional and statutory powers re operations in periods of emergency resulting bridge districts and other special an
of Interstate Highway No. 75- thencerun US 53376353 late to the purposes of this amlnd from disasters caused ny enemy districts thereof with regard to
S 22 degrees 01' 41" E along 124 Trans Co. ment heretofore o hereafter attack, shall have the power and the bonds (except that the power to sid
to the P. O. BAll .
said R-W 171.0
Ft. Eustis VirginiaYou said board. immediate duty (1) to provide for prompt Id valorem taxes Is expressly withheldfrom
being and lying n Sec. 34 T11SR20E. that there has up shall In addition succession to the powers
are hereby notifi The state board and temporary said Board), and shall take overal
', Alachua County Florida. I been filed by WHITE in the to Its other constitutional and statutory and duties of public offices of whatever I Pipers documents and records con-
The above described property is located. Circuit Court of Alachua County Florida.her have the management control nature and whether filled by e'ection' or cering same. Said Board shall have
In the Northeast corner of the Intersection -, complaint against you and that the per. of the proceeds of the appointment the Incumbents of which e power from time to time to issue
I of Interstate No. 75 and the road. relief therein prayed for Is a civorce. first part of the revenues derived from may become unavailable for carrying o I refundIng bonds to mature within thisaid
from Mlcanopy to Flemlngton. I. This Is, therefore, to command you to the licensing of motor vehicles providedfor the powers and duties of such offices' seventy-five year (75) pri. for
Application No. 75 Rezone from Ag., fie your written defense In hId cause in subsection (a). The state bard and (2) to adopt such other treasures any of said outstanding -
I I' riculture to Business "B" (Requested or before the 19th day of October shall also have power, for the prpos as may b necessary and proper for est thereo and to secure them by a
by Nora M. Scruggs) A"D. 1944, and that you shall thereafteron of obtaining funds for the use insuring continuity of governmental receipts fro such
Commence at the N.E. corner of theSE or before the 19th day of October county board of public Instruction in acquiring operations. In the exercise of the powers gasoline or other fuel taxes disibuted -
A.D. serve a copy of-your defenses.If building constructing, altering, hereby conferred the legislature
R20E; thence run N 89 dfgrees 25' 16, Barton & Burwell, 212 S.E. improving furnishing, or all respects conform to the reurementsof but not at a greater rate of
00" W 2891.48' to the West right-of- o Gainesville, attorneys equipping enlarging protects for this Constitution except interest than said bonds now bear and
way line of U.S. 441; thence runS Flrl Stret. "Floria. school to Issue bonds or motor that In the IUdgment of the legislatureso o Issue, sell or exchange en behalf of
44 degrees SOf 00" E along said thereafter file the lalntlf original In my office prpses anticipation certificates to do would be impracticable or would It any county or unit for the sole purpose
THE Ii / # COLOR TV : West right-of-way line 20' to the Upon 'failure to comply with either of and also Issue such bonds, or motor of undue delay. retiring said bonds Issued by such
P.O.B. thence continue S 44 degrees the above, a decree pro confesso will vehicle t anticipation certificates to NO. 8 county, or special road and brIde district ,
00" E 729.30' thence run S n ta or other special
50' ;
be entered against you according to law. pay or refund any bonds or motor HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO.
18' 00" W ISO" thence run hereof, gasoline or ether fuel tax anticipation -
degrees Witness my hand and sea of our vehicle tax anticipation certificates 869
S 44 degrees SV 00" E I5
North rlght-ofway line of a 44' A.D.. 1964. All such bonds sal bear interest at notexceeding amendment to Article IV, Section 26 of annum In denomination and maturIng -
graded road (Strickland Road); J. B. CARMICHAEL, ClerkOf to su
four one half (4) per he Constitution of Florida relating at time within the seventy-
thence run S 88 degrees 18' 00" W Circuit Court centum per annum and shall matureserially he duties of the commissioner of agri- five year luh period as the board may
along said North right-of way 6CA.99' By Emily Waterhouse in annual Installments c o m- ulture; eliminating his supervKion over determine.(75 addition to exercising the
; RICH VIBRANT COLOR PICTURES thence run N 01 degrees 23': 00"W (Court Seal) not lands.
mencing more than three (3) year mater pertaining to public powers now provided by statute for theinvestment
\ 801.15'; thence run S 44 degrees BARTON & BURWELL from the date of Issuance thereof an RESOLVED by the Legislature of of sinking funds, said Board
50 00" E 21850 to the HOB. Attorneys for Pllintlf ending not later than thirty (30) years the State of Florida may use the sinking funds created for
AND WHITE FROM The above described property is locatedat 212 S.E. First from the date of issuance, or January .That the following amendment ot Article sid bonds of any county or special
? AND SUPERB BLACK 5600 N.W. 13th Street. Galnuvie. Florida 1. 2. A.D., whichever is easier. All V. Section 26 of the Florida Constitution road and bridge district or other unit
Application... No. 76 One Yerr Vartnr (326) 25; 10.2 f vehicle ta anticipat I lon Is agreed to and shall be submitted hereunder, to purchase the matured or
in
WORLD'S TOP ..ng"r.c ta. eoerate tu-.z; a e:Dav(Reqiested Nurscrv by PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL exceeding certificates shal and one-half interest(.4'h at) per not to tion the or electors rejection of at the the state general for ratifica-election maturing any ether bonds county participating or any other herein special of

;i THE QUALITY Mr. Robert Dinda) AMENDMENT TO BE VOTED ON centum per annum and shall mature held in November 1944 : road and bridge district, or' other spe-
at the Southeast cornerof J, 1944
Commence prior to 1. 2000 A.D. The state Section 26. Commissioner of agriculture cal taxing district theef. provided that
Section 11 TlOS RIVE; tnence run NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Januar to said the value
North 1452 feet to the P.O.B.. thence WHEREAS the Legislature of 1963 bard power to determine all duties etc. The comissioerof an bs be the
///X ELECTRONIC SPECIALISTS West 495 feet; thence North 244 feet, under the Constitution of ISIS of the other details of said bonds or motor agriculture shall agriculture perform as may price thlref paid a therefor, which not ex-
thence East 495 feet; thence South State of Florida did pass Joint Resolutions vehicle tax anticipation certificates and. In relation to shall also' b ced the parvalue plus sal Interest.
H He
244 feet to the P.0.B. proposing amendments to the Constitution to sell at public sale after public advertisement. prescribed by law. and shall that said accr bear Interest -
The above described property Is located of the State of Florida ard or exchange said bonds or supervision of the state pis may at the rate of three shal cent (3)
rj at 1910 S.W. 34th Street. they were agreed to by a vote of thiee- motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates -perform such law.other b per annum. pr
1 Application No. 77 Establish Zone fifths of the members elected to each I upon such terms and conditions prescribed by (c) The said board shal annually use
;- rimW district No. 20 (Requested by the house. The votes of said Joint Resolutions as the state board shall provide. NO. S sid funds in each accunt. first
Board of County Comm'tsioners) were entered upon the'r respective The.state board shall also have power SENATE JOINT RESOLUTICN to pay current principal ma-
That part of the D. L. Clinch Grant Journals with the yeas and nays to pledge for the payment eft" pi\ NO..1063 turig. if any, of said bonds and gaso-
and that part_ of Sections 2, 3. 10 there and they did determine and I pal of and Interest on such boM= m A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an othr fuel tax anticipation cer.
11. 15, 14 21. 22 27, 25. 33 and 34 the said Joint Resolutions b or vehicle tax anticipation certificates amendment to Article XVI of the Constitution ficates county or special road
T11S RUE that lies within 1000 feet submitted to the electors of ncluding refunding bonds or re'unding of Florida by adding a section and bridge district, or other special tax.
of either side of the right-of-way .State of Florida at the General Electiono notor vehicle tax certi to be numbered by the secretary of stat ng district thereof; second to estatvish
line of State Road S331. November 3, 1944. aU any anticpahN anticip- authorizing civil trials In branch courthouses a sinking fund account to meet
f The above described property Is located THEREFORE. I. TOM ADAMS. fcate o to be derived from the In Dade county.BE of future requirements of said bonds and
fj along State Road 5-331 from the South Secretary of State of the State of Floridado Icensing of motor vehicles prtvided for IT RESOLVED by the Lellature gasoline or other fuel tax anticipation
f'i ern boundary of the existing Gainesville hereby give notice that aGENERAL In this amendment and to enter into the State of Florida: XVI of certificates where It appears the antici-
Zone District (No. 2), South to the Levy ELECTION covenants other agreements That an amendment to Artlc-e pated Income for any year or years .
County line. wi be held in each County In Flor with ny the holders an such bonds or moor the Florida Constitution by adding the I not equal scheduled payments ;
Application No. 79 Establish Zone on the first Tuesday after the first vehicle tax anticipation certificates sti set forth below to b rumberl : and third, any remaining ec
District No. 22 (requested by the Monday in November, which date Is at the time of the issuance thereof concerning secretary of state t of the proceeds of said two
Board of County Commissioners) November 3. 1964, the ratification or the security thereof and the and that said amendment shall be sub ) of said taxes shall mthly
fo
That part of Sections 30 31, and to the electors of Florida he year be remitted by Sid board
I
Resolutionsproposing
rejection of the said Joint rights of the holders thereof, all of mite
32 TIOS RiCE and that part of Sec. amendments to the Constitution shall or rejection at the general follows: Eighty per cent ($0 per clnt to
tion 36 TlOS RUE. and that part of which covenants and agreements election to be held In November, 1944: the State Road Department for
of the State of Florida, v
Sections 1. 2, :3 In and I ut of Ar No. 1 ); constitute legally binding and irrevocable SECTION -. Civi trials in branch tructlon or reconstruction of state roads co
redondo Grant a. 9. 10 In and out HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION contracts with such holders and shall I courthouses In county. CivIl and bridges within the county, for the
of Arredondo Grant, 11, 17 outside NO. 5-X (43) be fully enforceable by such holders in' trials may be held as provided by law lese or purchase of connecting o 1,

the city limits of Archer IS 19, and A JOINT RESOLUTION PROPOSINGAN any court of competent Jurisdiction. in branch courthouses In any runlclpal per cent (20 bridge per ) to the
motor vehicle ten
No such bonds or ta I Dade The any
20 T11S RISE that lies within 1000 VII OF ity within count.
AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE certificates shall ever be other court County Commissioners of such
anticipation court. the any o
; feet either side of the right-of-
of THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATEOF county roads and bridges
after theadoption use
sued by the state board until officer within said county shall main fo o
line of State Road No. 24. .
way I
FLORIDA: PROVIDING FOR APPORTIONMENT the herein.
ef a resolution requesting within such
tain such offices muicIpal
The above described property Is located
> ..... along State Road No. 24 from the South OF THE FLORIDA. Issuance thereof by the county board o I Ity. and have available luh oficial (d) Said board shall have the
; % t line of the existing Gainesville Zone District LEGISLATURE: PROVIDING FOR SUBMISSION public Instruction of the county o b, books and records threin. as may b 10 make and enforce all rules and per regu
.; ,, TO THE Be half of such obligations are to to purposes exercise of
"" (No. 9) South westerly to the Levy ELECORS I wi necessary latio necessary to the full'
County line less the city limits cf Arch Resolved By The Llsatrl Issued. state board of education this amendment, provided that the principal powers hereby granted and no leg-
q. : er. Of the State of sal limit the amount of such bonds or offices of such clerks o other of. station shall be required to render thisamendment
> THE BEDPORD-Mod.11S24t WU Application 80 Establish Zone District That the following amendment of Ar. vehicle tax anticipation certificateswhIch ficers shall not b removed from the ef full force and operating

f \ 23 (requested by the Board of tide VII of the Constitution of Florida U] can be issued on behalf of any county seat. effect from and after January 1st. 1965.
Modern
\\ Distinctive Danish County Commissioners) to and shall be submitted to the county to seventy-five per cent (75 percent NO. 10 The Legislature shall continue the levies

;' lo-boy styling in genuine oil That part of Sections 19. 20. 21, 28, are elector of this state for ratification. or ) of the amount which It deterinescan HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION of said taxes during the life o this
1.' \ finished Walnut veneers and 745 : 22, 27. 23 24 24 and 25 T.OS R21E election, at the general election of 1964.ARTICLE be serviced by the revenue accruIng NO. 59 Amemnt. and shad n any
solids. and that Bart ef Srt1nn. 1*. n. M. VII to the county under the provisions A JOINT RESOLUTION relatIng! to .he havin the effect withdrawing
; \ select hardwood I 29: -2s-21 outside i l the it.-iimlti APPORTIONMENT AND CENSUS this ameent. and such determInationshall udicial department prop 53.153 an amendment the pros of said two cents (2c) of
of Hawthorne 26 outside the city Section 1. COMPOSITION Of THE colusive. All such bonds or (1), Section 6 of sid from the operation of this

New Doub e Cone dual speaker Zenith High Fidelity Sound limits of Hawthorne. and 25 TlOS LEGISLATURE. The .legislature o motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates -article V of the Florida Constitution; increasing amt. The board Ial pay refnd
te ; R22E that lies within 1000 feet of the State of Florida shall com lit of shall be in the tame oft the numbr of Judicial circuits; ng expenses and
= : : Isued. services for,
specifically
rendered
i either side of the right-of-way of senate and a house of representatives.Members state .board but shall preserving lugeslP' o
which properly chargeable to. the
electedfor are
State Road 20. of the senate sal be b Issued for and o behalf of tt coun BE IT tte Legislature account ef county funds dis-
Y a term of four (4) anrf mem Florida any fro
of
The above described property If located public istrdl request of the State :
ributed such general
bard to
o ;
along State Road 20 from the Southeast beTs of the house shall be elected for a Ing th Ianc. tref. n That the following amendment ef SIb expenses of the for services
boundary of the existing Gainesville Zone term of two (2) years. The tern of members tion eectors; or section (1), SECTION 4, of article ered all the bre alike shall rend
PERFORMANCEGUARANTEED BYCOUCH'S District (1) Easterly to the Putnam County of the legislature shall expire on the freeholders shal b required f* in ot
line. less the city limits of Hawthorne. first Tuesday after the first May and shall be submitted to 1 electorof rate on the same basis tax proceeds
Application 82 Establish Zone District November in each regular NO. 4 this state for rtl.ctJ o rjeti are distributed the several
OWN QUALITY ZENITH 25 (requested by the Board of Members of the senate and hs of am
shall provided COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR at the general elecio b lel< I counties; provided said expenses
representatives
County Commissioners) b a HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION November 1944 made to each Regula Session -
That part of Sections 21, 22 28, 27 by law. Any new county that may NO. 323 SECTION 6. Circuit court sal b Legislature, and the Legislature *
FACTORY CERTIFIED COLOR TECHNICIANS 33 and 34 TIS R17E, and that partof be created shal b entitled to o (1) JOINT RESOLUTION (1) JUDICIAL CIRCUns The legi. may limit the expenses the
i
Sections 4. 3. ". 10. 14. 1$. 21. member in. representativesin I IA to Article XII.propslng.n I lature may esta nt than tWIn board. o
in the ,
22, 28, 27, 33 and 34 IfS R-17E. excess of any :prescribed article i until amt ; authorizing Principal -ty (20) lodlcUl circuits, each cop'of i. NO. 13
Constitti
---------------I and that part of Sections 3 outside following sections this of Funds to be expended I a county or contiguous HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION
the city limits of Newberry. 9, 10 the nex reapportionment and the county for Capital Outlay on behalf of not less than fifty thousand 150,000 NO. ISM
I Northcentral lorida's Largest Selection of 15. 14, 22, 23. 24. 26, and 25 TlOS be assigned when created to State Institutions of Higher Learning. Including o iabitats. according to the last cen A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an
30. district determined by the law, except that the
RUE and that part of Sections senatorial as Junior Colleges, and Capital Outlay ss by to Article X. 7 of
31. and 32 lbS RUE and that part legIslature. for Public Schools. I Monroe shall constitute one o lmmt Si
n* C.rtlnn. X. C. I. e. 1. 91 in. and Section L SENATE APPORTION cnt o provided however, Ctiti homestead
I -- BE IT. RESOLVED by the
ZENITH TV's-RADIOS-STEREOS j out iu the Arredondo .C.ra'"t; ; 27 In MENT. The legislature shal! divid the ;9t the State of FIII- lelslatr. shall crcits n reduction In t number of BE IT RESOLVED the Legislature .
and out of the Arredondo Grant, 34 state Into forty-two (42) districts That article 5 the Flor- circuit fudges residing any county I of the State ef Florida b
In and out of the Arredondo Grant with only one (1) senator electedin da Constitution si o set formerly a part of a (judIcial circuit.I SECTION 1. That to -
r."" - - - and 35 T11S RISE that lies each district; except there shall b I forth below w b ta lm si .em a which circuit U hereafter created, divid I Article X, Section 7 t alt Co
the
within 1000 feet of either side of the two (2) senators elected from m I be submitted elector FI- changed o revised. as set forth below Is
TRIAL SIDE BY SIDE right-of-way line of U. S. 41 (State populous county, t adiil. I ida for ratification o re/J o ,, e NO. 11 I stiti shall be submitted to electors
t
HOME
FREE Road 45) bei Isslgn frthre I general election to Havensbat. HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION Florida for ratification refection ,
The above described property Is located for(42). .-1964: NO. 368 I o the general election to o held
I along U. S. 41 from the Southern boundary a t severe! countiesof Section S. PRINCIPAL OF STATE A JOINT RESOLUTION pro I n g in November, 1964: b
ANY OTHER TV SET I of the existing High Springs Zone the state 5 provide euiabl SCHOOL FUND TO REMAIN INVIO amt to Article XVII Con ARTICLE. X
I District (3 S to the Levy County ,representation bas upon e'LATE EXCEPTION. .The sttl the state of Florida provid SECTION 7. Exemption homestead
,line, less limits of Newberryand nomic sraic a'the state school fund shall remain sacred additional method of revising o from taxation. Every o W fut
pr
Archer. pplati Every and Inviolate except only that theprincipal amending the cstituti legal title til .
Application S3 Establish Zone Di counties and n county of such may be expendedfor BE IT the Legislature real I property o in this and whoresides
FREE 26 (requested by the may b divided in creating a senator capital outlay f behalf of state institutions o the State o Florida: I thereon and In goOn faith makes

T BUY ;OPEN TO tri Commissioners) ial distri except Dade County. IN THE of higher o learning Includingluntor Tht the amt to Article XVI o the s his or her permanent h. o
That part of Sections 4. 5. 3 otsi 3 REPRESENTATION colleges, and capital outlay forpublic o Florida by 'the permanent home of another o oher.
DELIVERY ANDSERVICE t ci limits of Newberry, HOUSE REPRUENTATIVESep schools. thereto a section b nberet WI'I legally .naturally dependent upon
RUE, and that part of Sections ., esentation In the house, reprtta 4. as forth shall entitled to an cxema.
BY s
9 PM FRI.COUCH'S and 36 T9S RUE and tives shall consist of one hundred tle NO. 5 sal submitted to the elector of prs all b except assess.meids
6 WAYS COUCH'SOWN I that 3 3. Sections 4, S. 4 3 in (112) representatives which shall b ap HOUSE JONT! RESOLUTION for ratification o reaction alt tar tuati bits Uf fo t the
and out of Arredonde Grant 2 and among the counties NO. 1045 general election to b held hi No. assessed valuation ta dollars

_ TECHNICIANS 1. RUE. and that pail Sec pi of equal proporttonsj that U. :A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing en eb.1944: (15,00000) on said I an contiguous
amendment XII the State
: T1O. to of
shall have one reeresentative Arti 4. Additional Method of Re real Article
34. 35 and T9S each county property as d I
RISE 2 3 part 3 6 the representativesshall Constitution Section to be numbered Amending As I X, Section 1. ef
Slctl reii Yll o Ctii t cltJ
o a In by the Secretary of State relatingto of revising const
TlOS R19E. and that part count it* proportion mt I tor the year H39 and
o Slctl, assin The the election appointment of Superintendent Florida and as an additional, vided that In Sarasota trete first
: 31 T9S R19E. and that plati pltl o o o C t
: 608 N. MAIN ST. Sections 21. 2B. tz 27.pr o., t for p o PbI Instruction In Escambia. method o revising o amending any two thousand dar (So the
2 this section shall be confined Lake, Palm portion portions either branchof property
24 and 13 Tt R21E and and that part 0 I liens of the United States and shall not Bea Putnam and Ok.l. CotlL t legislature at any regular ssi ass sal taxable for s o s pr only
Ph. FR 6-7171 Sections 1 I o o Are nciude foreign born persons who have RESOLVED by t or any special o s the exemption sal ap next
Grant 7 in an o Arre I not became of the State of Fli": sion called f pr may pee five thousand dDr for school
Grant 8, 1. 16 15 14 an TS, Section 4.ntrali ap.1 That article the Florida Con pose by revision o u Said
sal pr o.ss vlluatl
feet I the entire constitution a o
R22E. o
lis 0 lon the representation of a sii be amended as feftt bl o reii
s til
either side right-of-way 1971 session of said resolution amendment of any portion o pi t efrel
o t senate at the regular t common
SELLING & SERVICING ZENITH SINCE 1933 of State Less the existing; legislature and every ', > year e t elector* of Florida for ratKkatlon o thereof and may direct and /n o I may apportioned r
Melrose Zone District (7) based upon lat at the general election to an te si eepi b
b
.1
/ me
tfe es shad ,
,The above described property is locatedalong et fll decennial census.pe_ h I N.19" I If t (Ji rHul Is adopted membe by a thereon o their respective Interests r. '
I State from Western 5. If any of thU joInt > vote o t s
I Ro 2 t Alachua I p Sion Ctsr1 .o elected to each house yeas and sal appear, b n such exemption o
the resolution DbUc :
I to County less the city r of Newberry null and I void I the uillo el. Sbuntles. ap nay shall be entered upon their respective revision me t five t dollar (uO j
and ; the existing Inoperative. loumals, and the proposed shea ai t any one j
lend Gainesville shall The county superintendent ( p
DISCOUNT PRICES i b" w e o shaB submitted
pi
amendment
I Gainesville and Mr Zone Crr instruction shall be appointed I er b retlfi o en any o( dl f n
electors of the amount /
f
NO. 2 t 1 t
Application t
county of public Instruction In sl 0 expiI
27 Commissioners(requested by )the Board C County SENATE JOINT NO. 247 RESOLUTION the be Escambta Ue Mi1 election or held rejection more t grat) .assessed any person valuation t p late

Sections outside the city limits A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing Okeechobee. Palm 8 P I: da after t adoption of thai resolu.' owned by such b. Th legislaturemay
2 o 1 Seminole wherein Is fourths (4))
29. in amendment *o Article XVI. Section 7 pti atI f uC b vote o t prescribe appropriate and
e
Ha 7 e J o kissed by a majority qualified h r
ON TV & P.M. ANTENNAS TIC'R. the State Constitution rti t electors of any county making -the legislature shall provide ea f sis able law regulating t I 0 e
that part a tablishing the right
less
o si : 2 length of term of office at a special election at erU.dall t
and 30 T10S T BE IT RESOLVED BY THE IPiet of state shall cause SECTION 2 This resolution b
I either the right- oJI"I 1 T sear won Ms approval
1000 f. of o LEGISLATURE OF THE STATEOF revisioner c e o
Road T public o freeholders in
erf-way lint \ date of t vi
S.t FLRID the of the :
I The above property Is located That article XVI of the Florida c m request = be published *"u a referendum ele t b Sr.aa -
I In sections 27, 2*. 25, and 30 7s33 ROE.I constitution be amended, cs set forth w I ballot S election .primary may newspaper ec* county a County t N special .
PARTS & ACCESSORIESFREE less the city limits 0 H a below that said resolution be submitted b any regular I the first puN rflar prir eli l
a. general election to resolution be
np pi
less that part electors for ratftcatwn b died be than ten (01 3
o
l o FI the board ef freeholders In
by public by
rlghtofweline election a weet.s before wula
refection
either side o o I t fra upon such timely Ji or less than eight (I .re\e then this resolution
$ Road to in requ o election and publication t sal b
h N
tat t s and void-
recommendations of 11 Section CFFICES CI such crunty after fir nl
c o at least V
I have
Zi WHEREOF
TECHNICAL HELP FOR DO IT YOURSE"LFERSUSED Commission will be presented. t CREATED BY LEGISLATURE Tb.gisletoro' placed I ei such or cause other t b b e not lesS than four (4). tol TESIMN hand and affixed the
Board of County Commissioner a their shaH n ct any o the.t bll el.ti election. I the proposed 0 Great Seal of m State of Florida at
to be held at Tues the of longer I poi I amendment the favorable v.o \
meeting w I
24th
2:3 P.o t .i sl t be ree the Capital" tl the

TV's 9.95 up day. October ALHUA 6 19 ZONING f t board yea .x responsibility membership for o s Any e I I Uy. provtsions te a it shaH o t e.Jol vi O. Tllu o Aut. A D..". -

ef subsection (I) Tuesday tint M
universities ( may afe afe 1
I State
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cl I Secretary
e n
BY Howard Weston, which terms IY t years return to f status day ef the January SEAL) o
I Secretary tended c b t lislt to ..more reiect the previsions section tlon M voted epon a eal- : ) 18 .
(342 ) ';11. than y I by the same procedure outlined In sub- and o the sixtieth ftc :1

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DEAR ABBY 1HISTIME X11N I'M GOING TO PUT IN ALL t1::=;;... 15

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include a self-addressed stamped en-

Abigail Van Bur en velope. Abby answers all: maiL =..c 0S

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.-. .::::. DEAR ABBY: My wife and I invited her parents to spend You apparently chose the most painful method. You were right. SNEE2ED AN'TEf5COMiN PROTECT THAT DOLL, H&SLEEVE ACCIDENTALS TURNS

two weeks with us at our summer home. My fatherinlaw But you could have set them straight in a more diplomatic WITH VOUR LIFE 'THEBE S11FSO1'' THI/ILL

; .;" is an ardent sports fan, and while I like to listen to manner. A e What was O1F ITS FO'ME.:' I'M COMING TO BEGOING FULL BLAST IN U'L
: --- baseball and then I dislike steady diet of ABNJEFCS HEAD,UMTll-TH
a
:::: games now h .that HINGES IS HELP YOU!! .
: ;+:: ,them. I had looked forward to this vacation to.catch up on DEAR ABBY: We are a young_ couple who have been crash? WHAT.. ,, /r.ON """:: SWITCH ISTURNED OFF-IF EVER'

ome long delayed pleasure reading. My father-in-law turned married eight years. We recently bought a home and are z :

'. .ter: .on all the baseball games without asking whether- they would now wondering if we made a good choice. Our house is in a r

z =-.,* bother anyone else in the room. I took it for a week, but a very nice neighborhood (we thought) inhabited mostly by

f'I: balked when he added football games. He and his wife retired couples. The day after we moved in we found a ONr

=:accused me of being a poor host.. They said that we, by note which said, "The neighborhood welcomes you, but we

:.--:- inviting them, had in effect turned over the use of our home would appreciate it if the Mister would put a shirt on when H c c zCow
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'- to them. I said that their manners were poor, and I would he works in the yard." It was unsigned. My husband said '

:..:.. .:;...no more turn on a baseball game without asking them he would dress as he pleased We ,live in Florida and thinkit 3

t,...,.,.than sit down and start reading aloud in their presence without is our right to enjoy the sunshine. How should we handle

*; permission There was a scene and they left in a huff. this note? FLORIDIANS .
Who was right? POOR HOST? DEAR FLORIDIANS: The same way I recommend ALL .w11NH6ADACNE

i DEAR HOST: There is more than one way to skin a cat. unsigned notes should be handled. Ignore it.
orw ..- !!! HOW MUCH A PILE 1'ILTAKETWO '
.u-f L.Lw.s ." l"'y WHAT ON AIRTH A I: BEATTH'TAR DID VE SKIN J;, OFMONEY- PILLS RIGHT NOW
.W Wy' E-c HAVE VE GOT IN I OUT OF CL'I" THE Ol! DOC Q s

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I Friday Evening O Humanities C-52 6:45 O News-Sander Vanocur band. Also lurking about:

5:00 0 Well's FargoO 7:30 O Sunday School Forum 7:00 O Ensign O'Toole Uncle Fester (Jackie "
MY PARTNER SMITZ -l DIDN'T! HECOTDRUNK, g FORCED THE BOY TO
Mike Douglas CD Comedy Capers The destroyer USS Apple- Coogan); offspring (Ken GUI WANTED TO ACCEPT A ARGUED AND PULLED HELP ME. HIDE THE BODYIN

....'..'5:25 0 Moments in Sports 8:00 O Across the Fence by is the home of a zany Weatherwax) and Wednes- uI WAS IN IPOO-ACRE THE PATH NURSERY OF CITY MILLION-DOLLAR OFFER kKirFE. I SHOT HIM AS THE I A STORM-D .MACED ELM
'L* < .1:30.0 Newscope O Captain Kangaroo crew which is led by Dean day (Lisa Loring); and V DEVELOPMENT: FROM A REAL ESTATEFIRM KNIFE TOUCHED MY THROAT. TREE. THAT WAS IN '19ia"!

2- =:'5:55 CD (Color) Local News, CD Rocky and His Jones in the role of butler-handyman Lure) BUTA

*.r r Weather, Sports Friends OToole, an expert in any (Ted Cassidy). ,
:'- 6:00 O News, Sports, 8:30 Q Robin Hood subject except work. 9:00 O CD Movie- y 6rL'1 v virr.

Weather O (Color) Popeye and Jack Mullaney is featuredas (Color) Saturday Night at 1 = c,
2H 6:30 0 CD O News Bozo Lt. (j j.g.) Rex St. John, the Movies: l

S ..-,.7:00: O Yancy Derringer 9:00 O Supercar Jay C. Flippen is Chief "The Mating Game." The N z iz" s LH L1W'1r

53 O Death Valley Days O Alvin Petty Officer Homer Nel future of the wacky Larkin n
9:30 Q O (Color) Ruff and +. lf
:. CD Glenn Reeves son. family is threatened !; .,.U.s I r.
i' ; 7:30 O International S h o w- ReddyO O Jimmy Strickland when the outraged Inter-! 314 b ,1
.- time- Tennessee Tuxedo 7:30 O CD
I FlipperA '
nal Revenue Service discovers ITHAT'S .M
*4I .. Taped highlights from the 10:00 Q CD (Color) Hector dauntless dolphinalmost that they've never- i'

t Swedish Zoo Circus. HeathcoteO an aquatic Lassie-
income
paid taxes.
.... O Great Adventure Quick Draw McGraw any
has the title role in this -+
Two hours Cast
( ). includes -
= 'The Saga of Boonesbor- 10:30 Q CD Fireball XL-5 half-hour adventure se _= HE?IN THE HE'S A SICK BUT!/ YOU TOLDTHE HEISYOUl BOTHER
concludes a two- O Mighty Mouse Debbie Reynolds, Tony HOSPITAL, GREAT! DR.MORGAN WANT5TQTALK DOC THAT RICK'S )11 f DON NO MATTER
ough" ries. The human stars are WELL,DID YOU PUT >
z THAT DON
;: Daniel Boone 11:00 O Ranger Hal Randall, Paul Douglas and TO YOU ABOUT HIM MY BROTHER? } \ WHAT YOU HL ABOUTHIM.HEISYOUR
LUSH BROTHER
OF
story. MINE
., part Brian Kelly as widower ;
Fred Clark.
with the red O CD Dennis The Men ON A BUS OUT OF TOWN*
negotiates BROTHER/
Porter Ricks marine
:: ,a pre- 9:30 O Summer Playhouse"The i sit
... attack ace
men to prevent an serve ranger In the Flor t N
3: and win the release of 11:30 O Roy Rogers Human Comedy. ] a
I girls. O CD Fury ida Keys; and Luke Hal- After the death of his father -I
kidnaped
a- three pin (as Sandy) and Tom- I
=: CD Combat 12:00 O Sky KingTouchdown young Homer Ma- N : ''YLS
my Norden (as Bud), his 't
$ .- 8:30 O CD Bob Hope O cauley is "man of the I
f two sons. Tonight: "300 house." His first breadwinning -' '. i :; 41 !
;j 3: "The Seven Little Foys. O Make Room For .jI:
Feet Below. Having been
scheme is to ,
The elder Foy is breaking Daddy
= attacked by sharks on the start a delivery service! c <
the family vaudeville a
up 12:30 O News '
=: Dr. Bill Darman I
open sea,
with his brother
-_ act to send the O CD NBC Sports younger 9 i8 s I
radios Porter for help.
Ulysses. Cast includes
:r. youngsters to school. Special 4 '
=: O Route 66"Don't O Lucy-Desi Timothy Rooney, Arthur T e- I
:: Count Stars." Little 12:45 O Baseball "Lucy Wants a Career." O'Connell and Phyllis
:
Linda's guardian is Athletics vs. Yankees Lucy, bored with being a Avery. UK PIP YOU POR6ETUlTTUEELMO BIG'PURPLE 1 ''IV VOUV. BEEN DREAMING-- THAT THUIG'S tf

= her Uncle Mike, whose 1:00 O D Pre-Game Show homebody, gets a job as Last show in the series.i II1IIIIM I ,s SLEEPING CATERPILLARWITH A HUNDRED THAT'S, IMAGINATIONFORGET JUST YOUR-. f FLYING IN HERE AT XND -

love of alcohol and the 1:15 O CD College FootballS "girl Friday" for a TV 10:00 O Gunsmoke-Westem WHO'S OVER HERE LEGS AND WINGS' rr AND 1 r'0 N

:-:t horses is jeopardizing her IU vs. Florida show starring actor Paul Festus Hagen cousin' P T HAT TONIGHT? AROUND 15 FLYING THE GO TO ELMO SLEEP
3:30 O Invisible Man SCREAMINGH'
inheritance. Douglas. Mayblossom comes to ? r nZ ROOM '
= 9:30 O CD On Parade 4:00 O NFL Countdown to Last show of the sum- Dodge to search for al rri

:: Steve Lawrence and Ey- Kickoff mer. Jackie Gleason returns husband, and Festus appears :A\c ) "
r
-
;:r die Gorme, husband-and 4:15 0 D Football in this time spot to be the leading:

=r. wife singing team, are Scoreboard next week. candidate. I :
:
t= on parade. 4:30 CD Wrestling 8:00 Q CD Mr. Magoo Cartoon 11:00 O CD News, Sports .< 1 rr 4
==-- O Twilight Zone O Men Into Space The myopic Mr. Magoo WeatherO I r.

:.:.:= "The Jeopardy Room." In Evening bumbles onto the TV Detectives- si : .
:
--_- a neutral country, a political 5:00 O OutlawsO screen in this half-hour "The Sports Job" is a carl I I II ; ',

': refugee learns he is Maverick animated series that pre- that belongs to Jerry! II A

far from free. (Final Telecast.) sents a different legendarytale Lambert, son of a prominent -'

10:00: QCD Smalltown U.S.A. 5:30 CD Flintstones each week. Magoo surgeon. The car is' Ht,RUSTY-
Z. (Special) (Color) AreAmerica's O NBC Sports Special involved in hit rlI IT WA5 JUST"SOMEBODY .-
.t (voice by Jim Backus) a and run I GOT YOUR r '1
'I I MR.A1DEN-YOU'RE 4.THANK YOU,MRS LAM WHO-HAD THE
r small towns 6:00 O Fishing Fun acts as host and often accident. H WANTED ON THE 'AMRCHJ-MU5T, / JENNINGS ADDRESS FROM/ WRONG PERSON, RUTH-.;
PHONE j9"y jY j-
destined to disappear? O News, Sports, THE COLLEGE OFFICE-
: portrays the story's hero. 11:30 O MOVIE DQWMTAIR5! SE ABOUT THAT
\ AND CALLED
TOt
.- O Alfred Hitchcock Weather Tonight: "William Tell," "Mister 880." A middle-I CARTON OF > CHECK.TOMORROW'SASSIGNMENT
; :-!' "Who Needs an Enemy?" CD News, Sports with Magoo as the lengen- aged man ekes out a o BOOKS I SHIPPEDIN IN"<$REEK
Charlie Osgood's friend 6:15 O News, Weather, dary William. modest UOVE"...
living by counter-
and business partner Ed- Sports ir;
: 8:30 O To Be AnnouncedO feiting one-dollar bills. I
: die Turtin discovers that 6:30 Password
Defenders Drama"A Burt Lancaster
Charlie has embezzled Comics Marty Allen and Dorothy 1
"
Man Against Himself. McGuire. (90 min.)
: Steve Rossi match wits
,: $95,000. If convicted, Danny Ross O Movie
: '. 11:00 O O News, Weather, and words. i @ u 'iw4o
faces 15 imppison- "Rio Bravo." [
years When the
'
: Sports CD The Real West G
ment on a manslaughter sheriff of Texas
a border
q: CD (Color) Local News, (Special) Literature, mu- .I :4n
charge for accidentally town arrests a murderer % '
,
& '. c Weather sic, movies and TV have I'j
E
killing a man in a street the prisoner's brother j I
1S O Movie all contributed to the distortions r
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brawl. And
: '. *. "Pork Chop Hill." Stars that surround our Danny insistson brings professional gun-

:: wGregory Peck. ((98 minutes conception of life in the handling his own de men into town. John I Iz THE REALIGN THE NEW KING HAD THE PRINCESS IS [...ANP IM A WAY STEVE K CO&t CT...
West in the latter half of fense. Wayne, Dean Martin' MENT OF STATES RULED IT AS A PROVINCE' YOU3-ANDI
)
CO1..cANYON '
: : CD Addams 9 MOST IN SOUTHEAST ASIA, HE WAS A WIDOWER-AND ASSUA1E TYPICALLY I DESPISE YOU, I PEVVT1
11:30 O CD (Color) Johnny the 19th Century. Shortly Family (Two hours, 20 min.) o i 9 OF US HAVE HEAR D THIS SMALL COUNTRY PACT OF THE PEAU WAS TO DEVOTED WIFE OP MY WN0-T MYSELF SHALL TQ YOU>
Carson-Variety before his death in 1961, (Debut) Those urban e CD Movie-Double OP QUEEN BAY AND WAS A COMPROMISE TAKE A NEW'QUEEN'CON- ASIATIC CHILD... FATHER.'... DESTRUCTIONTrv j.
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i "The Green Eyed the narration for this toonist ,Charles Addams 1. "Human Desire. A'z FEW PETAI L5... { 0 70C
i ":: Blonde." hour-long film, designed long-time resident of the man beats his wife into < I I ii o z c si KX, '

:: 1:15 O Movie to, "show the ,truth about New Yorker magazine, in- admitting:a romance 'wit u r .
i : ., "The Warriors. Stars 'the Old West." Still photos hibit this half-hour comedy a railroad official. Glenn .

; :: Errol Flynn and Joanne drawings and engrav- series. Carolyn Jon e s Ford, Gloria Graham. 2.
Dru.t ings from private collec- plays Morticia, the slinky "Pillow of Death." A well >
: SATURDAY tions and archives are lady of the house; John to-do lawyer murders his .I' 'rh --

I! Morning and Afternoon used in action-like' se- Astin is Gomez, her some- wife after falling in love A

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sARGE, WELL, YOU LOOK S & "AB1S8aTW l % '
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t. '.. AP Television-Radio Writer "Broadside," a comedy series about a bunch of World WarII HOW TALKING TRIM ABOUT YOU StZ VOJMAKA65THATT NOW po 's
Waves in the South Pacific will make its ABC debut III
Sunday
: three television networks < LOOK---GAVE U /
\ NEW YORK (AP) The major
((8:30-9)). There also is a CBS special ((9-10) marking the 'vu LOST 50ME C
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-continue wholesale launching of new shows another 16 will == -
first anniversary of New York's Lincoln
Center. It will feature 2 WEIGHT. i
; ;;: iit the channels during the next seven days and are resum-
excerpts from plays by Arthur Miller
Eugene O'Neill
for most of the established series.'As .
; J; rag with new programs and S. N. Behrman. 5y

.. :. if this were not already the busiest week of the year for "Many Happy Returns" joins CBS' Monday night lineup I

: :: dedicated viewers, three special shows also have been slipped ((9:30-10), a comedy series about the head of a department

$j. into the schedules. store complaint department "Slattery's People a CBS _

; '- i Tonight, ABC continues its wholesale introduction of the dramatic series focused on a state legislator, also moves into I

: ,! Jail schedule, including four new shows. First is an animated the schedule (10-11)). == tTTrni ii

Cartoon adventure show, "Jonny Quest" (7:30-8 EDT). Then "World War I," a documentary series, has its ,CBS premiere
; :t-eomes "The Addams Family" a situation comedy about a Tuesday (8-8:30 pjn.) with Robert Ryan narrating. NBC's -- --------

family of bizarre characters adapted from a magazine "The Man From '
car- U.N.GLJ2., a James Bondish
tongue-in- neHT NOW UTS i lS THIS WHAT 1W CALL THERE PE uo j AND I
;. .. loon character playing assorted roles in the classic, starring cheek adventure series about secret agents also has it's GIVER JOKESTER THE TOLD THE LIEUTENANT HE MAITH E PEWNG EVERYTHING JUSTICE?M OTHER WORP5 ausnca AND uo uws axACTLY THI1T'S wHAr
Stars Tony Franciosa in a comedy series about the amorous premiere show ((8:30-9:30)). ItANKtE MEAT PHO A1E NE UP.THAT AND HE AND 5T ATEMEHT UNDER IS M15i5TlNG THE LAW PROTECTS THE WORTH THE PAFEIL YOU pip w fl

.. adventures of a sophisticated bachelor book editor. Finally, CBS will have a special program, "The Presidency: A W KENO HAP A ANOTH6t THAT DURE56.If MEAN HIS AVERAGE HOODLJM..6UT CITIZEN NOT WHO THE THEY'RE+ NRJTTi N cN 1Cit kE 6illtiY !
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*. there's "12 'clock High," ((9:30-10:30)) adapted' from the Splendid Misery," on Wednesday ((7:30-8:30 p.m.), 'The Cara HOOP W TONIGHTND TH+NG! 1RlES TO OISEY THE tAW! THE LAW ERYcNE D O TDOIC His A5 THEY ARE,/:

\ movie about World War II Air Force Bombers. (There also is Williams Show," still another CBS situation comedy series OWIJ HAN05!

t an NBC special program, "Small Town, USA," (10-11 p. m.) will make its bow (9:30-10)). 2jpr + t
*'exploring a revolution in progress in the smaller communities One of the very few conflicts among the many premieresoccurs r sgb I

: of the nation.) Thursday when NBC's new Daniel Boone" starring

: Three new NBC programs -'two especially for youngsters Fess (Davy Crockett) Parker (7:30-8:30 p.m.) bumps into '

will have their premieres Saturday night. "Flipper," ((7:308) CBS' "The Munsters" ((7:30-8)). The latter is situation comedy d

: ) concerns the adventures of a winsome dolphin. "The Fa- about another weird family these resemble famous liter- 4/ t/ t

,t mous Adventures of Mr. Magoo," (8-8:30): has the little cartoon ary and movie monsters.

character playing assorted roles in the classics, starting Finally also on Thursday night, there is "Bailey's of Bal- \f 4--

with William TelL "Kentucky Jones," ((8:30-9): ) is a comedy boa," on CBS ((9:30-10)) a homespun situation comedy about -
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I Friday September 18, 1964 Gainesville Sun 4 I II I Ir I


Make HAVE YOU SEEN 'PLAYBOY'S' PLAYMATEFOR I I
Your Car a 'Career9Last I

; SEPTSHE'S ONE OF POLLY'S GIRLS IN I

F r
POLLY ADLER'S BLUSHING BEST SELLER
( of Six Articles) enough behind the car ahead know by feel and instinct when ,. If you think the police are aft well, think as well or control

.. t There is no way I or anyone' to stop when he stops, you can the car, and not the driver, is er you. .stop! your actions as well.

else can drive your car for' TO MY SON, lull yourself into a sense of in control, Very few if any If you know you are guilty. of We have had several local

f you. Once you are behind the THE false security. green drivers know it unless a violation. .admit it i cases in which boys and young FEATVRES

f wheel and the car is in motion, TEEN-AGE When you depend on his the car is violently out of control If you run into another car or !men, fleeing the police to es! 1-3 f

'' you are in complete command, DRIVER brake lights you are, in effect, object or human being, and cape a traffic charge, turned I 5-7 f t.
and it is up to you, and you letting the driver ahead drive to the off their lights and sped,
there witnesses i
alone, to meet each driving ., .r Gtegw .fd. your car, and you put yourself driving Keeping, there this are to highway certain accident are, it no doesn't matter through the city blacked -out I y 9 1 (
problem or threatI at the of his reactions. at 90 miles
mercy speeds at which certain cars whether you dented a fender or an hour. One I remember NOW 1 ,
think I* can help you devel 2. Never Make a Bet Y o uCan't For all you know, you are traveling on certain roads be killed a man-turn yourself in. was wrecked, and an-
? op a strategy of driving to help Afford to Lose depending on the judgment of .other shot ,
come, for all practical purposes, There are a number of rea- "
you "meet the enemy in c o m- You 'are waiting to cross a a fool, a drunkard or a day- uncontrollable.The sons why should never run The next time you are driv- t
you
bat under advantageous condition street or highway, and there dreamer, who may lead you to from the and why ,ing through town at night, safe t
!." From then on, it is up are cars coming from the right disaster without ever touchinghis fact that the driver is at police you and secure as you cross an
should if do the other in-I.
necessary
,.; to you. and-or left When is it safe to brake. This is one way you the wheel, the car on the road, j tersection with the green
advise.
) 1. Always Look for Trouble in go? get chain reaction collisions.I the radio playing and everybody things I imagine your position if one oi @n 1j\r\f.1\ U r -.- I I:

Your Cart In that situation I always ask prefer, when possible, to is happy, does not detract First of all, whatever you those drivers was approaching I
t The best drivers I know are myself one question. Instead of take up a position that enablesme from the fact that the car, not are guilty of when the police the intersection with his a ,

f always looking for trouble. As asking, "Can I make it?", I to see something of the the driver, is "driving"; that come after you, you are reallyin lights out wildly running the I '.U a M MWL41tS '

1 t they drive, they constantly and ask, "Can I afford not to makeit road ahead of the other car, the car has. passed the pointat trouble_ the minute you startto red light at 90. Need I say i _

J f automatically try to anticipate ?" so I can, if necessary, take a which it can be guided with run. more? I c

K every possible mishap or threat, If my car as cars s o m e- slowing or evasive action ac- pinpoint accuracy, or stopped At no other,time are you ..e
and to have a plan of action in times do when put under sud- .cording to my own "judgment quickly without being "lost," more likely,to have an accidentor (From the book, TO MY I o .r t

case the worst comes true. den load-should hesitate, buck, and the nature of the road. or swerved sharply without som- kill yourself and perhaps SON, THE TEEN-AGE DRIV }

If a tire blows, if the steering or stall, would the drivers com- 4. Learn the "Feel" of Control ersaulting; that the car is at others. When you run you are ER,' published by Dodd, Mead 4 pc

suddenly fails, H that truck ignores ing at me from either side the mercy of chance. frightened, and when you & Company, Inc. Copyright, .

the stop sign, if the oncoming have time to stop or turn I Very often, I think, the truth 5. Never Run from the Police are frightened your senses are 1964 by Henry Gregor Fel-
car veers to the wrong aside before they hit me? And .is that the driver never had the blunted. YOJ cannot see as sen.)

side of the road, if the car in believe me, I am always generous control to lose; that he was, un .
front goes out of control. with the amount of timeI known to himself, driving out

All the time, these drivers allow them. of control, and all it took was New Teen Plans
I' try to be prepared for anything, 3. Always Drive Your Own an emergency situation or a Program '"

and to have a way out figured. Car turn to prove It.
before it happens. If you are traveling far Most experienced drivers


;i, For Recreation Center tali ,

NOW at the FLORIDA
t a AY. :.Q I'Wk'w The Gainesville Recreation Boys and girls may become checked and approved plans'l
> Center, which has limped club members if they are un for operating the centers this -

i Y 1 through a half hearted season der 18, or up to 20 years old if year, Massey said.

a 9Nq .Q9x;. 'A np. since a racial incident in high school These persons, The Recreation Center, 1 =

\1 A; (q iw ,Ne C s i !.PnMFna 3: last spring, will re open soon or persons who have been mem- which is used mostly by white

with a daily, revamped program bers in the past, can join the children, is located at 516 NE

.. for high school -age recreation clubs. 2nd St. The Community Cen

youth, Ray Massey, city recreation The Recreation Advisory ter, which has predominantlyNegro
xr director, announced. Board, a citizen group appointed membership, is at 524 .

My t '.. g Massey said the center tentatively early last summer, has NW 1st St.
f s iY k .Xe
>
will open Oct. 3, withan

y .'i''a orchestra dance, and a full No Monroe :
r
y y 'x ,Y f i program starting Oct. 5. Marilyn
A similar program is sched ,

I uled for the season at the Com- ... .
: ? In Russia Here's ,
J. R.i oT.,9 s"3 ."x/ 'wf eMl yK F 'b.Gx munity Center, Massey said. ; Why

The director said that the
:'./h centers will open with full programs Ntwl nrk mimtS "Russian women are famousfor

+-'x a as soon as plans and By THEODORE SHABAD their beauty" is a propasi-

d,y'.K' ..,.p,. S program can be affirmed, and MOSCOW A richly illustrated tion pondered. "Why have Soviet
: staff and parental assistance ob- Soviet pamphlet published on films not created a sex
-i;
ained. occasion of the World Youth bomb like Marilyn Monroe?"

.,. Irina Skobtseva, Soviet film TARDY DOLLARS
A S .ro The creation Center, Forum which opened recently, .
c. which in the past sponsored attempts to answer a hundred actress, whom "some American LOSE EARNINGSHurry
=. I journalists have called the Soviet
,; dancing for high school age questions, some highly provocative
youth, closed part of its program about the Soviet Union. Marilyn Monroe," according -
; last spring after sever- I to the editors, is quoted as hurry, get a FREE
"" ": '
'd' Prepared in Russian English,
al Negroes attended a dance, saying: 10 days earnings!
Alachua County high school youths undergo simulated driving. experiences. in and a minor, incident occurred. and French editions, publica "To be an actress it is absolutely
these trainingdevices, as well as on the road.<<;>> tion is designed to answer "ty_ to
These rules changed from unnecessary un-
in the 21st
'
Savings by
asked
pical questions by our
I
last year, will apply at the dress in public, to demonstratea
friends sometimes ill wish
Recreation and Commun i t y or nude torso from film to film.;' earn from the 1st
Driver Education He ers, .from abroad. A similar
ps. Centers: reply is given to the
Several deal with question: "Are you in favor of
On dance nights, only accepted questions
members 'of the recreation problems likely to be on the strip tease?" : First Bderal

clubs will be admitted, and minds of Soviet young people.
But It Isn't Any Cure-All may not come after 9:30 p.m. Question 16, for example, EVELYN TOOTSIE MITCHELLand savings & loan association
.,
... .' If they leave during the dance, reads: "Why do we help other the .!M GtJaenIDe.
DROPS OF JOY BAND "4 MMMt IMMM t 10AM mHtta CMMMMMOUT
they will not be permitted to people although sometimes we MKM MTOM NDBM MM Iff'M!...dflM
By JIM McGUIRKSun hour session held about once choice of probation and traffic return. School clothes will be have difficulties ourselves?" FREE DANCEat ]4>W.UMVBSITr AVt AT>U.K W.IHH ST.AHO{1M AVL R 4IJIJ9HV1
Staff Writer three months. chool or paying the fine. at
every the accepted dress. In the pamphlet, Prem I e r BROTHERS
"You hear people tell you The time is divided among Cost of the school-$120 a Khrushchev replies: "We wouldbe Jon'iviUt, Fl.

how they've been driving for three men: Lt. Conerly, who year-is paid not by the county bad Communists, bad inter- I-- -- -

35 years without an accident," talks about the local ordinancesand but by the United Commercial Egg Market nationalists, if we were to think.I
safety rules, a deputy Travelers of America, a only about ourselves."
Lt. Ed Conerly of the \ STARTS TONITE!
says NEW
Gainesville Police Department. sheriff who discusses the state fraternal and insurance organization JACKSONVILLE (AP) The "Why don't we have night

laws, and a representative of to which Judge Carter Northeast Florida Egg Market clubs?" is another question. An 2 ADULT HITS!

"B u t how many people have Joiner's office who discusses a belongs. prices to retailers: swer: "Night clubs of the bour- Open 6:15-Show At 7:o 0 DRIVE-IN THEATRE
been dodging them all these 35 person's financial responsibility Traffic school is available as Extra large 47-50, mostly 49- geois would have nothing in See Both Late As 8:57
years?" he asked. for their car. an option only to traffic viola 50; large 44V4, mostly 46-47; me common with development of 2400 Hawthorne Road Rf 20 Mo** FR 6-SQ11

I The Florida Highway Patrol tors in the county. dium 35V4-42, mostly 42; small the intellect. They are steepedin
But although he's wary ofdriver's had once sent a man who lea Although the city tried t o 26V4-30, mostly 28. sex, alcohol and gambling." AMERICAN PREMIERE First Run !
who think they're good
Recommended leisure time
tured and showed a safety launch a city-county program
simply because they've gone;, film, Judge Carter said, "But itself some years ago, it later activities for Soviet youth in-
long stretcher of time without:' they let us down one night." I refused to join the Court of The tsetse fly is a parasitic clude "study, sport, reading CARROLLBAKER
wrecks, Conerly, a traffic safe-' Sheriff Joe Crevasse boughtthe Record school.A insect that lives only on blood. books, favorite hobbies and

ty expert, is convinced that experience film, "Death on the High I final, option open in Ala- The fly becomes a dangerous meeting our friends." I .
is the only real teacher carrier of disease after it bitesan Sex was clearly on the editors .'
ways, and it. is still used to chua County to a parent interested : I
I IN HER NEWEST SEXSATION
of highway safety close the program, Judge Car- in his teen-ager's driving infected man or animal. minds. I ; ..

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Teen-agers, obviously, haven'thad ter said. ; is to see Conerly himself.He r

time to build a safe back Judge Carter believes the traffic issues a blanket, standing .' "BABY DOLL" .f .

log of driving experience.But school is effective in getting invitation to anyone with a driving At 7:00 & 10:30 .H ,,3.: THE CAR IIAGCKJtS'.i
people to be safety conscious. problem to give him a call. ,
I s 3's
what can they do? do who has
Not only many persons "Any parent any
"We have a fine course of attend voluntarily, the Judge question-just call me," he of Only r !

driver education in this county says, but only one person has fers, adding, "I'll be glad{ to DINING r'
," Conerly says. "That gives ever come before him again on' make time" to meet with one woman -- '

them a terrific boost." a traffic violation after attend- parent or child to discuss safe ; DANCING
.
< five "
anti
ing the school.He ty, rules, our laws-anything -.. ,
Driver education won't solve
any problems overnightuthere's says he chooses traffic. connected with traffic safety. University hut COCKTAILS loll 9.9! "t :
for
iranic scnooi
violators 11' I
no substitute for experience -
they are persons "who just sort .......... desperate "
reiterates, ,
Conerly .. '. : s
but he adds, "I think these kids of attitude.slipped up; and have a good ..:' w w..r '. ..... men..! Y
with driver education will learn -
"I send them if it seems rma t \/
defensive driving a lot faster
I did." likely to do them good." he '. ... ,.,. .' .: A storyas ; .
than .
says. He doesn't have the powerto t.... ." x .*,, i ia violent v,
... Ask for.AT r '' ..
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Driver education was introd sentence to traffic school; y; :6.:: i : :p al' >
FR 6-6472
u c e d to Alachua County he just gives a violator the 214 NW ALSO 13th IN OCALA antf searing F

Schools on a voluntary basis ,. .
;-rriifiveu eight years ago, .yR aithedesert H

Conerly recalls. SUBURBIA DRIVEINTHEATRE sun! ,: l
in .+ < 8 '. .x
It also became popular A. 'fr i

other sections of the state, and f ., ,,, r w ,
'
after its value as a safety tuna STARTS TONIGHT 7:30 x 4 S ry
had -been tried and proven
tion :
$1.00 Admission No POSSCIElTA'OOR n tiR /y
!in k S'Sji4
the Florida Legislature .Y .4 r Y i.97ti3tdi

1963 amended the state statutes b b, h I _
to twist the arms of adults 4 nQ' > 1F
didn't want to take the
who ; ..wr" '' Y

course. MLHfflMHK ,
As the statutes now read, 3 < '

since July 1,1963, no one under oR .-.> ..f ,,, V .
18 can get a Florida driver's
license unless he has taken a t
driver's educat Ion course or Twirl '
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has a written statement from ( WEEKEND s i.,r>.
guardian assuming
his parents financial liability for his:' ............ ......uw, Flavor SpecialsCHOCOLATE tP: ;. JORG PETER


driving.In addition. to driver educa- 6rVANILLA. .'j.!";,,;: BANNtN H f .AD Rf tYGK&a

tion, Alachua County also maintains {j.}

a traffic school to which SHAKES SUNDAES /f; :f.,.
: 2nd ADULT HIT AT 8:50Don't
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sometimessent
traffic violators 'j
are BANANA SPLITS. ,::.; .
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current traffic school when he Grilled .: ,. ".' I'
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took office some three years CheeseOnly lOc > f 1 .

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,,41* The committee will consider u1ttI1i
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tology among women for treatIng .
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coming year and a report on z /
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JOE HALBERSTEIN

Sun Sports Editor .

The battle of the strong 'big man with .the fast x .
little man gets another test Saturday1' when Florida's

i' 'I Gators open a new football season against' Southern
Friday,, September'18,1964 Methodist University of the
"" ___ .&!_- !_ ........ ,1_Southwest Conference.
i uaiuc uine is iou p.m. at
j Florida Field and NBC will tele- ,.
cast the contest to a regional weather and, continual 'practice 1a

audience in the South and Florida lost four full days '& S\ -. .5 Y .,.
Southwest last week due to Hurricane S.
, with several million t
fans Dora. The effects will not be
sports getting a chance to
UFSMUTale see the action.. fully ,known until Saturday'sgame

A crowd of between 35.40,-I is well under way.

000 is expected to turn out for: The contest promises to bea

Florida's 59th season of the crowd-pleaser. SMU is light, x
: gridiron sport. In all that time I 205 line and 187 backfield on
: InAdvance Gator teams never have had offense, 203 line and 192 back- + 4. a
<,
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a perfect campaign. And since field on ,defense.

the inception of the Southeastern Florida, in contrast, mountsa
Conference in 1933, Flori- 215 pound offensive line and

da never has won a league foot- 184 pound backfield on offense,

: .; ball title. 217, pound line and 180, pound
backfield on defense.
Rough Schedule
Thomas, who led the nation in
I One thing a sportswriter' has to put up with on the eve his Although aides and Coach UF gridders Ray Graves have, punting last year with a 44.8
of a new football season, especially a new University of Flor average, can do' other things Tho
high hopes for a fine expectations -
ida football season, is a barrage of questions: year with his feet, too. :He ran and
I do not include perfect
"What's going to happen?" marks and SEC titles. Not passed his way to second placein
I in the face of the roughest SWC records behind Don
Il Years of this kind of thing can wear on a fellow. So, schedule Florida ever ha Trull of Baylor, the nation's top
once and for all, let's have it out. s aerial artist. r
played in its grid history and '
Here's what is going to happen Saturday when the Gators starting with the fleet Mus- Thomas will operate ,with '
rA ,
t' hard-running halfback Floyd ;
play Southern Methodist. tangs. w.a a ar
t SMU, coached by Hayden Burke, a sophomore; and half-
Florida will win the toss (provided SMU calls the flip of Fry, is a respected Southwest back Pat Gibson and fullback
the coin wrong). The Gators will defend te north goal (provided Conference team this year. Roger Reinowski; also sopho- a ixryw.a t:

'. SMU doesn't select it first). Bob Lyles or John Pres- The Mustangs are noted for mores. '

ton will kick off for the UF (provided John Cravens doesn't : speed, agility and a wide open I The, Gators will'open with,
do it for SMU). offense directed by quarter- senior Tom Shannon, the south- ,

at quarterback. His __
Jack Harper 'will run back the kickoff (provided Pat back Danny Thomas. paw run- ., \1
ning mates will include half-
t Gibson doesn't do it for SMU). Harper will gain, 1. little SMU was only 4-6 in regular-
backs
Alan Poe and Jack
season play in 1963 and bowedto
__ __ ,. __
I Harper, both juniors; and sen- u.
k .-... Oregon in the Sun Bowl. 1
ior fullback Larry Dupree, the F f
But
1 on successive weekends,
SMU Guns
SMU handed Navy its lone loss 'latter bidding for a third Big
straight All SEC first .L.r
1 of the year and topped Air f team
4 1t Force. Both the Middies and berth and for All-America hon- TAti Leading the SMU Mustangs tomor- "

.' t* Falcons went on to bowl I ors.SMU's row, against Florida will be split end
offensive line will have Jimmy Taylor (top left) ; defensive
r y'1'. Ili r c games.. Florida figures to, have one Jimmy Taylor, 172; and Mike) guard John LaGrone (top right) ; defensive -

of its finest clubs ever, on pa- Tabor; 220, ends; Ron Merritt, : : :! : : ; tackle Robert Oyler (bottom
per. The rigors of the schedule 215; and Jerry Phillips, 218, : ; '<1IIi left) ; and wingback Floyd Burke e

make any early analysis of tackles; David Shuford, 206; i .. (bottom right).

yardage; 2. average yardage; 3. much yardage; 4. go all the UF eleven a questionmark.Behind and Mike Moore,. 205,. .guards; ,
the way for a TD; ditto for Gibson (provided they don't SMU the Gators meet Charles Standifer, 205; cen-

fumble the,ball when catching it or after being'tackled.) Mississippi State, LSU, Mississippi ter.The HOSTS ORANGE PARK
., Gators will go on offense
South Carolina, Ala
Dupree Will Gain bama, Auburn, Georgia, Florida .with Gary Thomas, 197; and
Charles Casey, 199, ends; Ran- I
State and Miami.In .
Larry Dupree will carry the ball on the first play for the that group, Ole Miss has dy Jackson, 221; and J oh n
L Gators (provided Floyd Burke doesn't do it for SMU). He'll been tagged probable national Whatley, 227, tackles; Larry PKY at Home Tonightplans
1. little 2. yardage 3. much Beckman 211 and
gain, yardage; average ; yard- champions in 1964, 'Bama is ; Larry Gag-
age; 4. go for a touchdown; ditto for Burke (provided .the rated No. 6, Auburn, No.8; ner, 239, guards; and Bill v"
isn't nullified ). Carr 212 center.Defensively .
play by a penalty ,
and LSU in the top 200. SMU P. K. Yonge opens the local The Raiders from Orange were snafued. But Wesley Alan Albritton, 175; and Folkins,
shapes
On fourth downs, Hal Seymour will punt for the Gators Where SMU enjoyed goodRich with .Doug ,January 208 and up football season at 8 o'clock tonight Park, coached by former Uni- said he and his players are a tackles; Danny Spivey, 160; and
(provided Danny Thomas doesn't do it for SMU). Unless George WUmot: ;-2U,; ends; ; Bob at Citizens Field when it versity 'of Florida tackle Larry step ahead of last year in this Edwin Matherson, 170, guards; I
the ,ball is at mid-field where Steve Spurrier will kick for John takes on Orange Park in a Key- respect. Wiley Cunnigan, 160, center;
204; and
Oyler, Knelt 'alSo 'looking aheadto
; Wesley
Florida. Seymour will kick, 1. out of the stadium; 2. long Seniors 203 tackles John LaGrone stone Conference game. are '"P. K. Yonge isn't going to Weaver, 150, quarterback; Harry -
,
;
yardage; 3. average yardage; 4.. short yardage; ditto for 200, middle guard; and Jim Coach Mike Gutierrez gang, a good campaign.No catch, us by surprise like they Roberts, 145; and Johnny
Spurrier and Thomas (provided the punt isn't blocked or the Sitton 198 and 7-1-2 last year'' before losing to Surprises did last season," he remarked. Gales, 150, halfbacks; Johnson,
; Johnny Maag,
snap from center is fumbled). Golf TourneyIs 196, linebackers. The backsare Perry in the Pine Tree Bowl Wesley said his gridders were I Gutierrez is hopeful the Blue 165 or Jimmy Sweat, 160, full-

game, has high hopes for an- slowed somewhat last,week Wave will be able to back.
At halftime, the Gator band will perform. They'll prance, Bill Harlan 187; and Pat by I overcomethe
dance, sing, play, strut, run, walk, spell words, draw pic- ScheduledFORT Gibson, 194, corner backs; with other standout seas n. Hurricane Dora as practice loss of fine lineman Kevin

tures and guaranteed to play Dixie before sitting down. (Provided Ron Reel,* 175;. ,and_ Tommy <'r ", .:t' Y M''' SRa2. gxS6vAW2.C4li+'dkii..W4..df':anzweo..wTmnnt Fitzpatrick. He injured a kneein Sports Car
there isn't cloudburst and band yn >'a ,y 'MwfI drills and will be out for sev-
a director Richard LAUDERDALE Caughrani; safetymen. d'a : W; { 5 if" st'miF
Bowles decides not to take a chance on drowning the musi- (AP- Florida's defenders will be eral games. Fitzpatrick is a let-

cians and rusting the instruments). The tournament$30,000 is added scheduled Seniors for Golf the Lynn Mathews, 203; and Barry q terman tackle. Rally Set
Brown, 222, ends; Dennis PKY will pin its hopes on the
In the third quarter, a dog will run out on the field. He'll Fort Lauderdale Country Club Murphy, 251; and Sydney Ma hard running of fullback Tom
from the crowd ( he doesn't in- Feb. 2528. OCALAA sports car rally
get a big laugh provided Lean, 227, tackles;- Bill Rich- Hansen and the stellar end playof
,terfere with a Gator touchdown play. Then the dog will get Two courses will be availablefor Danny Dennison and Covey this weekend will have Silver
bourg, 212, middle rguard; Roger -
booed as will the official who chases it off). the tournament, open to professionals Pettee 211 and"Jim Bern- Johnston. Springs as a windup point.
; ?
50 of and The Area 3 SCCA event will
years age '
hardt 196 linebackers and The Raiders have threat in
They Want to Know TooIn up. It was played at Palm ; a start at St. Cloud and end at
Dick Kirk, 191; Allen Tram- fullback Jim Johnson and quarterback :-
Beach Gardens last winter and Silver Springs. Registrationwill
mell 185 JerryNewcomer Morris Weaver.
,
the fourth quarter Gator Coach Ray Graves will dash Sam Snead was the winner. ; be at 9 a.m. Saturday and
184 and Bruce Bennett, 173, Biggest Orange Park linemanis.
,over to the telephone hookup to the press box and ask Thomas Crimmins, a vice ; starting' time will be 11 a.m.
backs. 1x. tackle Alan Folkins, 195.
assistant coaches what's going on (provided SMU coach Hay- president of the sponsoring firm, 'The probable lineups: Finish will be at the ShangriLa -

den Fry doesn't do it). said last night that $19,000 will Two i Platoon Ball tti, > PKY Johnston, 168; and Motel here with rally length
for low and $11,000 to show the returnto I hours
scores The
go lineups being seven Saturdayand
In the dying moments of the game thousands of fans will e tR ob r.wy Dennison, 180, ends; Whit:
start heading for the exits (provided 1, the Gators are winners in eight divisions according two-platoon football althoughthe Springfield, 190; and Ken 0- 'four hours Sunday. Entry

winning safely; 2, the Gators are losing badly; 3, neither to age. present rules do not quite Steen, 188, tackles; Steve Twe- fee is $10.
team is threatening to score). Each player will compete permit it all the 'way. Most dell, 214; and V. G. Hodsdon,, The rally is approved and
against both the field and players coaches this year will take five- 194, guards; Rob Hansen, 158, sanctioned by the Southeast
Immediately after the game scores of sportswriters will in his age group. Entries;I yard penalties in order to i in center; ,Mac Johnson, 158, quarterback Division of SCCA and the Indian -
rush up to coaches Graves and Fry. Their first question: from Canada and Mexico are' sert a complete new unit when ; Steve Tuttle, 155; and. River Sports Car Club. Trophies

"What happened?" expected to join U.S. seniors_for necessary. Homer Tyre, 170, halfbacks; go to the first five
the 72-hole event. Florida figures to be' better Hansen, 172, fullback. places and navigator. Dash
And now you know it all. What's that again? You wantto The tournament is sponsored defensively Saturday than on Orange Park Clay Whitner,! plaques will be awarded all

know one, more thing! Who's going to win? That's not by William Teacher and Sons, offense. SMU figures to pack 165;, and Don Foulk, 170, ends;I entrants.
fair. You only asked what was going to happen. Ltd., of Glasgow, Scotland. : more scoring punch., Florida
also has standout kickers in ,
: :: : :;:: :: ':'
Hal Seymour and soph :quarterback ;- f'M'j"

Colorado Southern Cal The Steve Gators Spurrier.have a flock 'o_f : :

fine sophomore talent that willand ;"

get, into the game quickly I

often. Fans will watch Spurrier,
Kick Off Action TonightBy linebacker Jack Card -(easy to

spot with his No.- jersey); fullback BRUISING FULLBACK TOM HANSEN ,
John Feiber, former- high Carries P. K. Yonge Fortunes Tonight : U

BOB GREEN ties tonight against Colorado, heavily. Ole Miss again sports a school All-America at Gainesville t 'Y ., 'i'z.-f.,:

Associated Press Sports Writer the only major Friday night rock-ribbed defense, and has a High; 'tackle: Wally C o 1- : ,..:,:,'Y.;" ,. / / {" ?: ,
Colorado and Southern California action and only the second score to settle with the oncoming son, center Carr, Pensacola, a i/<:" ,.&f.jf 'W I:...ii!*" &WY;_ ,

kick off the first full major college game of the Tigers, who held them'to a starter on offense; guard Jerry t

weekend of the college football season. scoreless tie last season. Anderson,, end Don Barrett;

season tonight, a weekend that UCLA,opened the season witha Sooners Favored and halfbacks Marquis Baesz- "

has more toughies, than tradi 17.12 upset at,Pittsburgh, last Oklahoma, deep and tough, is ler, Jimmy, Jordan and Don t" ;

tional opening breathers.The week. ranked No. 2 and, with quarterback Knapp, to mention afew.: ..
Saturday .lineup offers ."We're) ready,". coach John Mike Ringer in good The Gators "'Carry' 'a three- 0# -*.NATIONAL-LEAGUE ._ AMERICAN"LEAGUE _
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W. L.
Navy at Penn State, Syracuse at McKay said after Southern shape, is favored over Maryland game win streak;:.iate'Satur Ull1111ia a* 5> 'Bbl Mew York .S4 If JWi _
Boston, College, Georgia at Cal's final, workout Thursday. Terrapin ,Tom Nugent 7 day's game. They. J)eat Georgia St.-L CIndnMH'n.Ia." tt 44 t5 'J JK<1 4 TVi* Chicago Baltimore *M* 41<1 .911.Sfl __ r9'yrryfiri'h: lax/oar d/ /l:

Alabama, Air Force at Washington "They've spent three ,weeks however, is reminding people,he Miami and FSU last Year San Frandscer- -' n **'..jn I'P1ttsZIurIIt Detroit 77 71 326, WV4
Texas A&M at Louisiana with no scrimmages and to end 6- 'L The UF also will MiJwautee& 7S 70".517' 13 Los Angeles 74' 74 JC7 12V*
everybody has managed an upset in each 7S 71; .514 ISA Cleveland '
74 74 jre UV4 .
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at hitting. :
State, Marylandand of his 27 years as a coach. Ch eage",;? M M US ZM Washington 573S3 31
Missouri at \California as The,fellows are lxing y.I' One of the top attractions, and string. Florida had won eight New Houston York a 50* N M .43.,,)Q XVTfevntfars 2l Vi* Kansas City! 54 n .36733, i ;
examples major teams opening 'Tt Lead Attack one of four regional television straight opening .contests- ,before ,- 4PhUadetphia- I Resat n.rs ri a.. s
with important Halfback Mike Garrett who has ranked losing 9-0. to, Georgia;"ecb, Cincinnati 7 Chicago i New York i. Us Angeles( 2 ;
opponents. games, 10th Navy at '" "N 1" 4.Los Angeles 3 Only game sdiedv lea rE: :;
And Mississippi picked No. 1 paced USC'to a 14-0.victory= at Penn ,State.; 'The'Middies will in1963.' .. '. .. .' .0 >_ ... Only- games;T.lT scheduled.V ...ey. .Canes i,_' Tatars camcs ; .>
In the Associated Press' preseason Colorado, last year, again is rely heavily ..onrRoger ..quarterback I. I t.'. i'< '- 'j ; : I St* LouU SJmmans 15*.'at 'Cincinnati.4 Los Angeles' bride tel: or D. Lee 44
'.. poll, could faave" its expected to,lead rthe- 'attack Staubach."Penn.State is ''Jr.I Bowling. ,i Tsitourts 7-11. night Washington M >t Baltimore Osteen papcas 14-n at 15-5 Chicago, night /fr.r .
Phiadelph ia
Short 17 7
bands full'with::Memphis State; Col r do'Jostr onJ ,'five' men by reported'' to have *some thin \I rO' :"> I II "Rlc* n 9-1.night at Los Angeles<. < Pttarro IT-*,. night'- .

-a growing power ready.to challenge graduation from the team that spots, but is a very slight underdog I[ Junior bowling .will ,start'" at Ittsburgtt co Estelle Veal 1-"night 17-10 at San Fr tds-, Kansas. For 144 Off night Meyer AMinnesota J-S 'at. New. York This is'.TheSureOne

.Georgia, Tech-as; ',-tJ.south' compiled'a H-mark Mast season to the team that.was,No. 2 9:30 ajn. Saturday at, .Balm Chicago".FTIdttr Ellsworth 14-15.+ at Milwaukee. Ion. .... .f Grant SH.J3..1 a(' Bettor, Char- '
( 'ndeJ. adenL' but is relying heavily on in the nation last year.. j Lanes. All boys;and-*girls,ages New i York 1'IIlght"
Ts t sophomores and ,is a three The other regional TV gamesare 6-16 interested in ,competingshould ", 4-7' .jught Satwr4ay Games Saturdays Games consecutive years.Say Seagram's and be Sure 'i

Southern' California, :"eo.favor-- touchdown underdog. SMU Florida, Kansas State- ,report. t 9ajn,.Shoes Philadelphia at Los Angetex N Washington at CMcage. I
its. _with.Washington?to make itt ,Mississippi-k,favored against [Wisconsin and 'StanfordwasIiington'State. will be'furi shed free'by Palm SU New Lewis York at at Clecbs Houston ati. N N--.-- Cleveland Kansas City at at Detroit New York ...Lt1 sm s IPIIt U1Sr' ft 1U81111S11't.' /tom t tta KVTLitMtlTg '
the Rose.Bowl, starts fesUvi.fo. Memphis State, but not too i Lanes management I Pittsburgh at San Francisco MlnneIota.t8ostalt
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., --- \. : aw ?+ i? > EA kd wYwok. 7..arv..n63sxx .v 9'M JACKSONVILLEWhen a opening game that could have the field. He also will start at .. :.. \ :K ,

. Jacksonville Lee High School plenty to do with the 1964 sea- linebacker on defense. ..- -- .. .,,,'": ',, -

football team takes the field, son's success. Jackie EckdaU, the left-hand ti "' "

you can usually count on a lot S 'cloek: ed junior whiz, or senior Chris Y.... ..'i.,;.".';.;.",. -" :! .. .'. "-' ,. 'i <. ,
of beef in the line.Fellows Johnson will the nod at ..
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quarterback. Both are expected -
o'clock the turf that
on same
the 220-pound to T
keep the airways jammedwith .
class have beencommon last saw North Carolina ,wallopAir +" :
on Force Academy in a Post- footballs. ::
... massive General season bowl game. Right halfback will be man- .y.y'I" : CCJ ;

forward GHS will have a decided ad- ned by either Bryan Hipp ,(175)or .

d. ,S t S r 4 '. a walls in recent vantage in poundage in both Charlie Smith (195), while : :"
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the line and backfield, as the fullback belongs to Al Simmons ,' ,
years. ''' ''& ''
But it's ,not Generals have"no one over 200 ((180) or Eugene Branch (175)). : : ,,

Smith and Simmons im- l..iZ".i: : \. ;>.
like that now pounds. were ;' 3- .

..- as .Gainesville .. Seven outstanding backs will portant members of last year's .+,t; :.if"xr". i .' >
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find out tonight in an allimportant backfield, with left half Branch starred for the Gunga ,>_ ......... :-i : .
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grid clash here in the Ga- back Al Giffen the only definite -. Din B-squad. i'' ...: .
tor Bowl. starter. I '
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Big Tackles .
Coach Jim Niblack's Hurri- Giffen, a 6-4, 225 pound run.I I'' .
Kenny Mack, who has trim-

a ; med off some 40 pounds this i ii

season,. will be at left tackle
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SPEEDY HALFBACKS TO CARRY LEE OFFENSIVE LOAD TONIGHT
tackle is 200-
pound ning mate Pete at EnwalL right Beaver Lanier (L) Elusive Runner, Along With Terry Eagerton (R)

Other starters on the offensive -

Over Macdennv line will be ends Bobby SATURDAY NIGHT i J

., Rountree ((190) or Mac Stipano-
vich (175)) and David Crown I

STARKE The Bradford Co. the Baker Co. Wildcats, on ,the (17)), guards Steve Burge (180))! Keystone Tests St. Joe t

Tornadoes open another foot- downgrade footballwise'aince and Richard Primo (190) and

ball campaign at 8 o'clock tonight the days of Larry Dupree (Florida center Kemmy Helton (180)). !, i

against invading Mac ) and Marcus Rhoden (Mis- Lee, which braved a rugged. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS The are just getting into shape," he Bird, 150, guards; and George

clenny. sissippi State.) schedule last season for a 7.3 Indians of Keystone Heights will said. The Flahes of St. Joseph's Allen, 140, center. Cliff Chapman

I RUGGED HALFBACK AL GIFFENTo Coach David Hur?e's gang Tom Covington Baker men- record, will bank on the speed' begin their football season Sat- have an experienced club, ,Rho- 140, is quarterback with

r Lead Hurricanes Offense ranks a strong favorite over tor, has only five lettermen and agility of a pair of half'urday night when they play St. den said, and rate as one cf the Gary Cooper, 145; and Roy Wal ,
this And his top player, backs named Terry Eagerton'and' loop favorites. lace -
I year. 'Joseph's Academy in St. AUguS-' 140, halfbacks; while Rod
quarterback Steve Forterfield, Beaver Lanier. ney Paul, 160, is fullback.The .
because of tine. The St. Johns Confere'nee Keystone starters will in-
will miss the I
! game
Defense-Minded Santa Fe a' leg infection. New QuarterbackQuarterback game will start at 8 o'clock. clude Jerry Monneyham, 140; Flashes, coached by Ed
will be manned and Lance Andrewsen, 130, Drozd, were only 1-8-0 last year.
Starke Is hopeful of better byKent Schmidt, who inheritedthe New Keystone coach Les Rho ends; Johnny Moon, 140; and But 11 players have had two

things this season after a dis- job with the graduation of den said the Indians lost Chester Glenn 185, tackles; previous yearsof experience and

I Tests Madison in appointing (for Starke) H.0 last season's All State signal ground last week due to loss of Bruce Moon, 145; and Tommy there are 14 lettermen on hand.

OpenerBurdette i mark a year ago. caller Hirmon Wages. Alex practice when Hurricane Dora I .

Hawkins will be the fullback. moved In."We've.

MADISON Santa Fe's Rebels veteran Madison eleven. Coach Charley Roberts' gang' Hurse Good has good Potential potential as Tackle Gerald Picard and the looked pretty good but I I ri/lfI! U.P.I. College
Richardson
-::= boasting a strong first The host Red Devils, coached won the Keystone Conference the Tornadoes possess fine center John are
I team with emphasis on defense, by' Jewett Springer, had a 6-4 title a season ago and bounced peed, fair size and have been heaviest General starters a t I TeamPREDICTIONS

: will open their grid campaignat record last year and nipped back for a 5-3-2 mark after hustling in drills. 195 pounds apiece. Prep ScoresCoral
8 o'clock tonight against a Santa Fe in a close one, 1412. losing to Madison. Rounding the line will be
Roberts will depend on a Lone casualty for Starke ends Shep Ellenson ((175) and
hard running game and a rock-'quarterback Donald Falcon Tommy Clark (185), tackle Bill Gables 13, Miami Columbus -

ribbed defense tonight. Madisonhas who has a charleyborse. Dorsey (185)) and guards Tom- 0Hialeah

Magic Number fleet backs Ronnie Ragansand Probable Macclenny starters my Borland (170)) and Bill Andrews 14, Miami Norland 6 Hear them

Buddy Register as top : ((175). Miami 21, Miami Southwest 0
threats. The East stands will be clos- every week 1 P M SAT.

Santa Fe has speedy Layne Stan Godwin, 150; and Randall ed, and the West side will be Palm Beach 21, Lake Worth 7 at . .

For Phillies Rooks at halfback, tough Doyle Bennett, 155, ends; Wendell -divided into sections for both South Dade 34, Miami Beach 6,
Sikes as the plunger and fine Dugger, 220; and Lee Har- Gainesville and Lee fans.Chooses Sponsored byKIRKPATRICK
Crawford rell, 190, tackles; Frank Jow- Dania Attucks 26, Fort Pierce
Mac as
its sophomore top ball carriers to work ers, 170; and Mike Thrift, 160, Duke Lincoln Park 13 WDVH

Reduced to 10 with Jimmy Adams at quarter- guards; Mickey Wells, 250, cen- Orlando Boone 15, Orlando Oak EDMONSON
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But it's the big Santa Fe line much Eustis 51, Tavares 0 i
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Warren Chapman, a
By MIKE RATHET I ladelphia. Drysdale has not and Freddie Roberts, 125. half-
Associated Press Sports Writer beaten the Phillies since June 1, that will have'to pave the way. backs; and Jimmy Ysrbor- sought-after high school basket-
Roberts plans to go with Charles ball star, has decided to attend
The count has reached 10 for 1962. ough, 180, fullback.
Davis, 160; and Louis Feagle, Duke instead of Rice, Duke
both the Philadelphia Phillies Locked in a 3-3 tie going into I
186, ends; Trigger Hodge, The Tornadoes will go with Coach Vic Bubas said Thursday
-= and the Los Angeles Dodgers.The the ninth, Drysdale started his 202; and Charles Kersey, 197, Eddie Douglas, 174; and Gene night '
National LeagueleadingPhillies own downfall when he hit lead- 202 Pass 175 ends .
tackles; Jimmy Forrester, ; ; Tommy Thom.as
reduced their magic I off batter Ruben Amaro with a and Frank Taylor 165, guards; 185; and Jeff Warren, 193;
pennant-clinching number to 10 pitch. Ron Fairly then added toDrysdale's tackles Leon Thomas DEEP SEA
and Jimmy Cole, 170, center. ; 165; and
Thursday night while tolling 10 troubles, grabbing a Adams weighs 135 pounds, Bob Reaves, 175, guards; Butch

over the Los Angeles Dodgers, pop-bunt by John Briggs but Rooks is 165, Sikes, 188; and Reddish, 164, center; Phil Elder FISHINGFrom X X ,X X X X Gr..T;
handing the defending cham- throwing wild to first in an Crawford, 170. 164, quarterback; ,E d d i t .' .I' ''ir,
pions a 4-3 defeat that mathe- attempt to double up Amaro. : said halfback Rus- Noegel, 152; and Larry Craw-

matically eliminated them from Amaro reached second baseon Roberts also will ford, 154, halfbacks; and Mice : .,.
contention.The the play, moved to third on a sell Taylor offense., 145, see key Agner, 168, fullback. Steinhatchee, Fli. llh111IIflhII1fflHfl1HHDD
victory boosted the Phil. single by Tony Gonzalez and action on

lies' bulge over idle, second- scored as Richie'Allen hit into a Defensive specialists for the I on.
place St. Louis to 6Vi games force play. Rebs include Larry Martin, Miami Sets x x x x x x xWe've

with 15 games remaining and The Phillies had scored three end; Bill Westmoreland, safety- 'The WINNER'

left this magic number situa- unearned runs in the first inningas man; and James Petty, half- Final
Drill
ion: Any combination of_ Phil Maury Wills made two er- back. 65 Feet Long I

lies' victories or Cardinal defeats -rors, but the Dodgers got two Madison will go with Brough

., totaling 10 will bring back in their half against rookie Christy, 198, and Kenny Walker For TribeMIAMI 18 Feet Wide

_. Philadelphia its first NL flag Rick Wise. ends; Johnny Cherry, 195;
= since 1950. and Frank Argenbright, tack- Coast Guard Inspected
Second Place Bobby Shantz then came on les; Gene Guess and Jimmy (AP-The Universityof Lounge room fir

The Cardinals, meanwhile, for the Phillies in relief and was Davis, guards; and Ray Mick- Miami football team, intenton Snack bar '
touched for the tying run in the last Leaves Taylor's Dock
are holding onto second place ler, center. avenging year's 244 loss
sixth .
on Tommy Davis' run- to Florida State at 7:30
scheduled a.m.
over the its;
by only one game
quarter-
Backs are Ragans ;,
producing single.
Cincinnati Reds, who rode a back; Register and Sonny'Prid- last workout today. i Returns 5 to 6 p.m. % t :'' .

three-homer salvo to a 7-5 victory First For Phils geon halfbacks; and Lester Ka- Coach Charlie Tate said the: f) ,

over the Chicago Cubs in the Shantz, however, wound up ney fullback. squad looked good, but was i 1 .

only other NL game scheduled.The with the victory his first for young. Ten to 12 'sophomores $5.00 per person
Phillies got the job done the Phillies as he checked the and junior .college transfers! $1.00 for Rod fir Reel

against Don Drysdale with the Dodgers on three hits In 7 2-3 Beard Tied were expected to play. in tomor _" ;'f .
aid of three errors that led to innings before leaving for'a I row's .
four unearned runs, tagging the pinch'hitter in the opener. I '
ninth. the
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with his Top Tate said he would use a flip Trips open
Dodger right-hander loss was his 14th against ., Sun. and HolidaysFor
lop offense. Aerial action, seen r
to Phi-
seventh straight loss 18 victories. '
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP-Five during the last three seasons
Frank Robinson Vada'Pinson o 3r
months ago Frank Beard was with All-America George Mira,.
NL BoxesCINCINNATI and Johnny Edwards homeredas near death. Thursday he and would, take to the ground, Tate I Charter Mon., Tues.,
the Reds built a commanding powerful Jack Nicklaus were I Wed., Thurs. fir Fri.
7-1 lead going into the ninth. said.End I
tied for first place in the $40,000 '
Jim O'Toole John, Matlock, sidelined .
CHICAGO retired 22 Cubs, meanwhile in order,after had Portland Open golf tournament. with a foot injury last week,' sharpened our pencilsfor
brhMRest scored four-under Phone Cross
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2b J 1 1 0 Rodgers ss 4121 allowing a first inning run.
first round for leadsof
Run 3& 4020 cowan d 11 1 1 John 685 in the spot use, Tate said. Matlock
Pinion d Sill William tt 420 Boccabella's single, up ot four strokes over forty HY 8-3423 a FINAL CLOSE-OUT
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f : LINCOLN: : 7-0 VICTORY Yanks Finally- Make Itmore

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l By Sun JAMES Football RUSSELL AssistantJACKSONVILLE In all, the drop of the hankie but penalties spelled disaster. Associated Press Sports Sox, who are tied for second. Their second place finish in 1954 came with a big help from the
cost the Terriers 110 yards.A On a fourth quarter drive Lincoln Yoo hoo, Yogi, can't be in ,
you With two fewer losses than the ended a string of five consecutive bullpen. Roland Sheldon rescued
. A gang! 40-yard run by Northwestern reached the first This is 1964.
Northwestern place.
other contenders, the Yankees pennants.The starter Mel Stottlemyre in the
tackling Lincoln defense
second made halfback James Banks 14. Brockington scored what I Yogi, ,formally known as, appear to be in a good position Yankees have 17 games seventh inning after the Angels
a quarter touchdown started the home eleven on the was an apparent; TD on a run. Manager Berra, and his New to capture their fifth straight in which to shatter that unwanted had scored two runs and had the
II stand in a 7-0 decision over to TD-land. However aft '
way However, the ,Terriers were in York Yankees climaxed a 42- pennant. reputation while Baltimoreand bases loaded with one put.
. the Yellowjackets of Jackson-; er one more jacket first down, stead assessed 15 yards for illegal day drive to the top of,the have
Chicago 13 each in
ville Northwestern Thursday the drive stalled because of IAn use of the hands. American League Thursday But besides the Orioles and Sheldon struck out pinch
night. coIn's defense. After the White Sox standing in theirway which to extend it. hitter Ed Kirkpatrick and got
.1' the last Terrier march night with a 6-2 triumph over All three teams
home
William Weathersbee, the The Terriers mounted their died the the Yankees are faced play at pinch hitter Felix Torres to hit
; Jackets launched theirmost the Los Angeles Angels.
__ __ tonight with the Yankees hosting
Northwestern coach, agreed decisive drive at the beginningof serious offensive.On --- ---- The victory lifted tne Yankees with the oddity that they'venever Kansas City, Baltimore into a force out.StottIemyre .

with everyone that Terrier hustle the second quarter. The key the arm of rookie quarterback ROLAND SHELDON two percentage points .593 to won"the"pennant in a year[engaging Los Angeles and now 7-2, had

more than made up for a play was a 20-yard Norman An- Kenneth Burroughs, in for Strong Finish .591 ahead of. the idle, Balti- ending'in 4. i Chicago taking on Washinton. allowed only one hit through the
host of mistakes committed by derson pass to end Clayton regular Curtis Simmons Northwestern Yankee teams have finished: New York holds a 9-6 marin first six innings. That was a

the relatively inexperienced Tombs. On the next play An-: managed to reach the second in four of the six yearsof 1 over the Athletics, the Oriolesare I bunt single by Bob Rodgers in
eleven. derson took it in from the five' Lincoln 24 before a timely inter- that type in this century, but 9-6 with the Angels and the the fifth.
Vs. YouthIn
.: "We were simply beaten by on a nimble-footed keeper play. Age
White Sox lead the Senators 11-
Mantle collected
Mickey a
better team Weathersb He ,added
a the PAT with a
, ... said. kick. STATISTICS 4. single, a double and his 31st
t Lincoln the toss and First Downs Lincoln Northwestern ... homer, a two-run smash in the
won Game
,i' dazzled the crowd with a 40-yard The game settled down intoa Passing Rushing 6 6 4 3 SemifinalsBy Only seventh, for'New York. His

i return. defensive stalemate for the Penalties 0 1 Twilight Came The Angels-Yankees game single in the sixth inning was
Lincoln mounted a drive buta rest of the first half. Yards Yards gained gained passing rushing 124 127 104 74 LOS ANGELES NEW YORK was the only one scheduled in the 2,000th hit of his major
( series of penalties caused it The Terriers mounted two Passes Passes 7-17 11-S JIM BECKER amateur, and maybe getting his Perry cf abrMbf 4000 Kubek ss ab 4010 r h bl the AL Thursday night. league career.MONEY.
Intercepted 1 2 I CLEVELAND last crack at the title. Smith If 3110 Rich'n 2b 4010
Punts AP) It's the
to die on the Northwestern 24. long drives in the second half, Fumbles Lost 1-30 426.5 Fregosl ss 4110 Maris cf 4230
Yards Lost Penalties 2 1 moss backs against the limber Eichelberger is also 21, slight Adcock It) 4000 Mantle rf 4333
110 SO Clinton rf 4011 Repot rf 0000
Score by quarters... ..:.... backs today. and a chipping fooL Rodgers c 4031 Howard c 4000
,Lincoln .. .. .
0 7 0 0-7 Satr-ano 3t 3000 Pepitone 1b 3111
: ...... And if If and Tutwiler win
Campbell
! Punt Pass Kick Deadline Northwestern 0000 0 age prevails over agili- Knoop 2b 2000 Tresh If 4012
::Touchdown Scoring summary: ty at the National Amateur Golf through the Saturday's 36-hole Kirk'k ph 1000 Boyer 3b 3011
: Lincoln-Anderson
(5
yard Schaal 2b t 0 0 0 St'myre p 3000
keeper); PAT: Anderson (kick) Officials Championship, the folks down in final it will be old home week. Newman p 2000

l For Registration Oct. 9 Helms: Jimmie head linesman Johnson;, Charles referee;Walden Albert West Virginia will think they Campbell has won the West Torres Totals pn 32 1000 2 6 2 Totals 33 <11 *

I umpire; Harold Hair, field lud e. are Virginia amateur times. ..........., .
seeing a summer rerun of seven Los Angeles tOO 000 200-2
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New York 000 301 MXE Just tell us how much 24
an old refrain. Tutwiler has won it 11 times. I CishYou 24 Cask
The is free
competition all
to ception by -Adcock. Kubek. DP-U>s Ai. eles 2, you need to pay old Monthly Yon Monthly
grade and junior high school Eugene DeBose, his The field in the big tourna Most of the time they won it New York 1. LOB-los Angeles 5, New bills for home im ReClIYI Payments ReceIVe Payments

[ boys ,eight through 13, and no second of the night, ended this ment over the Canterbury from each other. York 2B-S.Mantle. HR-Mantle (31). SB- provements, car re* $185.00 $11.00 $428.00 $25.00 r
: special equipment is needed. push with four seconds to go in course is down to four. Campbell emerged from the Marls. S-Boyer. pairs, for all your 269.00 16.00 537.00 31.00
the IP H R EH BBSO seasonal expenses.
There is no body contact in- game. In of toughest quarter of the draw, NeWn L 1-' ... .. 5 1-3 7 A 4 1 2 Phone for prompt, 338.00 20.00 600.00 34.39
one today's 36-hole semifinals .
'l Top Passer Sukla 1 0 C 0 2
volved. Bill and had to put out well-known Duhba: ..': 22.3 3 2 2 0 0 courteous service. Payments Include intvut and pnocif*!.
Campbell, the West
The
games outstanding offensive Stofmyre W 7-2. 6 1-3 5 2 2 2 5
Upon registration, the future performer was LincolnI Virginia gentleman with the players to get to the semis. Sheldon _....-..... 22-31 0 0 0 3T2:08. LOANS UP TO $600
' football starters will receive a quarterback Anderson Princeton degree, meets Mark i In the morning Thursday A-1D.9S7.
who
\ com-
|booklet of punt, and kick Campbell eliminated Billy Joe f
pass pleted Hopkins a of
seven of ..17'passes for University Hous-
f k competition tips written by, 124 yards and ran for 23 more. ton junior. Patton the colorful scramblerfrom Top Bowler FAMILYFINANCE
Green Bay Packers' star North Carolina with the
I quarterback A fine performance was turn- Last Shot fastest in MILWAUKEE (AP) Mrs.
the
South.In .
Bart Starr, Detroit Lion backswing
ed in
by Northwester halfback LaVerne Carter of Louis
St.
punter Yale Lary, Cleveland James Campbell is 41, playing in his the afternoon, Bill went 19 was SERVICE, INC.
Banks
j and Lincoln's named 1964 Woman Bowler of
Brown placekicker Lou Gro- 21st amateur, in the semis for holes to knock out another of Gainesville
za and New York Giant Brockington.Banks the first time since 1949, and North Carolinian, Dale the Year today by the Bowling
back quarter- ran for 67 yards and Morey. Writers' Association of America. 204 S. E. First Street . . . FR 6-4661
Y. A. Tittle. Included in taking probably his last good Tutwiler almost went home to
caught two
the illustrated booklet are Stan[Brockington passes for 37 more. shot at this title. Indiana during Thursday's dou- .

Musial tips on body building the ground.managed 53 yardson Hopkins is 21, so skinny his ble. First he had Leo Spooner, 1

calisthenics. Lincoln coach Jesse Heard college chums say that he is all the 36-year-old paunchy bachelor

Alachua County boys will com- ascribed his victory to a team feet and follow-through, and from Duluth, I Minn., on the
: pete only against others of their j effort and had much praise for hard to tell from his caddy.In hook and let him off. Tutwiler WINNJAMMERSTEAK

age groups in punting, passing I his opponents. the other semi, Ed Tutwiler finally escaped one up.

and placekicking skills. Praises Northwestern a West Virginia car dealer Then Gene Ferrell, a left-
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Points will be awarded for I "I think Northwestern has a now wheeling in Indianapolis, hander from Louisiana

; each foot of distance the ball I tremendous ball club- They meets Dave Eichelberger, a took him 20 holes before State'l

travels on the fly, and points will do well from now on," the student at Oklahoma State. wiler sank a 15-footer ROOM
will be subtracted for each foot Terrier boss said. Tutwiler is 43, in his eighth birdie. I

: | the ball lands to the left or The Lincoln mentor was highon

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Ranger Gene Branchof '

the Florida Forest Service to- _________ #_ It I
After Opposition Recount Late .MorningN.Y. day cautioned property owners __ 1

that even though the woods are
ListingAllisChal still wet, the tops of trees and IS
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22% IntPap 35% __ __ __ !
COMSAT Names DirectorsWASHINGTON to be inflammable. .
Alcoa p 66V4 Jones&L 86% "I'm not just hollering

AmAir 42% KaisAl 33% 'wolf'," said Branch, "/or we 9- Si 5.c-\ 1

AP) The trict Court and an appeals court John F. Kennedy. They repre- AmCan 43% Ken'cott 88% already have had three minor :S S 1

Communications Satellite Corp. here rejected an effort by the sent the six places on the 15- AmCyan 60 Lig&My 83% Dora.woods"fires since Hurricane : 1t

makes official today election of textile manufacturer to force a man board given to public AmMot 17% Loch'd 39% t

its temporary managers to 60-day delay in the meeting to investors. AT&T 69% Lonllard 45% burning The ranger at Hawthorne reported,.4 caused acres 1I

permanent positions on the give him time to round up Communications carrier firms AmTob 35% Magvox 28% either by a cigarette or deliberate I

board of directors. proxies. are major stockholders in the AmpxCp 16% MM&M 58Vi setting; .8 acres north of
Backed by the traditional Poirier has charged the COM- created firm
congressionally Farnsworth Store an in improved -
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cards of directors SAT with
trump management improper
company
and their six places on theboard pasture; and one acre at
management-held proxies and undemocratic proce were given Thursday to: Armour 47% Mons'to' 83% Lochloosa, caused Ly a tractor

they were elected Thurs dures. Babcock 35% MontWd 37V4 catching fire in logging opera- I II IVS
day at COMSAT'S initial stock- The six members of COM- James E. Dingman, HaroldM. BethStl 42% NatDair 81% tions.
Botkin and Horace P. Moul-
holders meeting.But SAT's temporary founding Boeing 64% NatDist 27% Branch cautioned sons I
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all of New all
there was considerable board of directors now permitted ton, Borden 77 N.AmAv 52% burning fallen limbs and other -S ,

opposition, and on a technicality to take seats on the permanent -designated by American Tele- Brunswk 8% Penney 58% debris from the hurricane to be ,.", .
formal certification of the elec-, board are: phone & Telegraph Co.; EugeneR. Ca ?rTr 37% PRR 39% careful. J

tion and a recpunt were put' Leo D. Welch, chairman; Black and Ted B. Westfall, Celanese 66% PepCola 57% to Cover Game \

over until today.Meanwhile i Joseph V. Charyk, president; both of New York and both Chrysler 65% PhilMor 81%

George H. Poirierof David M. Kennedy of Chicago; designated by International] CocaCola 135 PhillPet 54V4 STOP THE Technician Dave Deaderick inspects equipment installed in a converted house !

Woonsocket, R.I., who fought George Killion of San Francisco Telephone & Telegraph Co., and ComEd 54 RCA 31% BUBBLEMACHINE trailer for coverage of Saturday's Florida-SMU game. Deaderick is aided by

management on the election and ; Leonard H. Marks of Washington .'Douglas S. Guild of Honolulu, ConEdis 93 RepStl 50% technician Bob Harmison, while interested bystanders (left) Robert M.: Coleman -

lost, served notice he will take and Bruce G. Sundlun of nominated by the Hawaiian ContCan 49% Revlon 35 Southern Bell district manager, and engineer Dave Rigsby look on.

his battle to unseat the newly Washington. !Telephone Co.President DowChe 73% ReyTob 45%

named board to federal court. These six were appointed Johnson will appoint duPont ?70 StRegP 33% WENATCHEE, Wash. CAP) -

Just this.week, the U.S. Dis- originally by the late President three more directors.Readers' EAL 27Vi Seaboard 53% Firemen in this central Wash TV First Gators '

E.Kodak 129% Sears 124% ington apple capital know two for

Firestone 45V4 Sinclair 45% things for sure:

I FlaPw 50% Socony 82% Theirs is probably the clean- -

FlaP&L 80 SouihnC 63% est fire station in history. By DON DAVIS giving viewers an over-all sightof

RequestThe Ford 58% SperryR 114% Their new foam machine, Tons of electronic equipment I the entire stadium. S
FrmstDa 12% StBrand 76% designed to smother flames with including six television cam- Weekend Game
FreptSul 42% StONJ 86% is churning Two cameras will be on the radio -
detergent, a suc- eras, along with nearly 40 tech-
folVwing Market quotationsJimshe'S FruehTr 34 Studebak 6% and production men will Being Televisedture deck of the stadium and
nicians
a" rque..d ecific.\Jy\ by readers Swift 52%: cess.When will be the box level.
35% two at
GenDyn tested it Wednes- press \
The
0.' '1'1. SUP !Nil" quot.STOCK LISTINGS they be on hand to broadcast the
"Oft! are by GenEl 88% Texaco 80% I day foam climbed to the top of a Florida SMU football game These in the press box will

Pierce,WulbernMurpheyNEW GenFds 91% Thiokol 14% I five-story tower of the station in here Saturday.The takes over 600 circuits" carry the brunt of the game.

GenMills 42% UCarb 126 i less than three minutes. That's game is being televised Coleman explained. "And the One will focus mainly on back-

YORK STOCKEXCHANGE OVER THE COUNTER 71 800 U S Steel 63% up % GenMtrs 99% UnitAirc 58 where it was supposed to go. regionally by the National circuits have to be of high qual- field action while the other cam-

NEW YORK LAP) The following bid 69 300 Ford Motor 58% up lYe Goodrich 58% USSteel 63 I But as back pressure devel- Broadcasting Co. ity." era covers the game's 1 ln men.

I,'aflonal nd asked AssocIation quotations.of supplied Securities by Deal-the 61 200 Reyn Metal 36 up 3 Goodyr 45% UnivMat 14%. oped, suds puffed out below. Altogether, nearly a million The television cameras will Finally, another camera will

Abbott Lab 2.40 39% ''no Inc..but do not represent the HASD's actual estimate transtctlons 54 500 Sunray Dx 32% up Vt Greyhnd 23% WestgEl 38 Firemen tried to bar the door. dollars will be soent on televis- pick up the action which will be be located the field's side-
are
Allied Chem 1.80 52% "If the range within which these sCurlles AMER STK EXCH ACTIVE GulfOil 57% WinnDix 37% But no soap. Foam was eight- ing the Gator's first grid clashof piped downtown to the telephone lines to get any possible "ad-
could have bees sold (bid) or IntHarv 84 Woolwth 27% lib" action McGuire said.A .
Amerada Pt 2.00 80% ought (asked): STOCKS feet deep inside and spilled the season accoroing to Toni company facilities where it will ,
llico IntNick 811sPREVIOUS outdoors before the machinewas then be transmitted via microwave large converted house trailer -
Am Elc Pow 1.16b 44% Land -- 8 Volume Close Change McGuire, Technical Director for ,
Uner Fidel We 2314Uner 319 900 Fotochrome 12 up' 5 stopped. WFGA-TV (Channel 12)) in Jack machinery to the: Jack- will serve as housing for the
Amer Enka 1.40a 64% Heritage __ 23 83 400 Day Mines 9% up % DAY'S sonville. sonville television station. television remote's headquarters. -

Amer Hone 1.44a 66% j lmer Mat Ins .- 21'/4 40 300 Syntex Corp 55 off 1 New This is the first time a live From there the game will be Parked near Florida Field,
Grazing
Amer M Fdy .90 19 1 mer Pioneer Life _...___ 9YaWleuser 35 900 Savoy Indus 27% up 1% STOCK MARKET network television broadcasthas transmitted to NBC's headquarters -it will relay the game to the

Armco Stl -_- 3.00 74% 1 Busch __ 57 35 200 Prairie Oil 5 up % JI Advances -.- 691 Areas Okayed originated in Gainesville, in New York City. This national network.,

Atch Topka ....-....---.. 1.20a 33% lnodyne 0. ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS I eclines --. 431 said Robert M. Colon a n, lengthy process will require the Sportscasters for the game
Baxter Lab .30 26% :itizens Bank -,----. 37 I Purchases 429,557 1 1i Unchanged -. 261 WASHINGTON (AP-The Ag- Gainesville manager for Southern use of several video tape: ma- Will be James Simpson and

Beckman In 66 :Onn Lt & Pow ... 37% i Short Sales 3,804 1 1 rotal Issues -_------- -- 1,383 riculture Department notified Bell Telephone Co. chines both in New York and Gene Rossides, both from NBC

Beech LF S 1.10 50% ::Owles Mag & Pb 10/s Other Sales 454,305 I II few 1963-64 Highs 84 Florida Senators Thursday it is Southern Bell has spent $22- Jacksonville. Each of the ma- headquarters in New York City.

Bristol My .80 65% >unn & Bradst -- 62thi10rida Total Sales 458,109 I'few 1963-64 Lows 14 permitting temporary grazingon 000, he said, installing an underground -chines involved in the operationcosts The game will be seen by

Brown Shoe 3.40 104% Gas lOVsrla I land taken out of crop pro- cable reaching: from approximately $75,000. viewers in the southeast and
Brunswick 8 Nat'l Bank --- 64 duction in 25 Florida counties the University of Florida to the McGuire said the game will southwestern part of the United

i"wa Tele ..__ 28th"orrest i where severe flooding caused Telephone Company's facilities.It be covered with six cameras at States. At one point, accordingto
Cambell S 2.40 34% New YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES SEPT. 17
Carter Pdt 1.ooa 16% Labs _ 21th"ounders (t) New York Tlm Iby hurricane Dora washed out is a permanent installationand different locations throughoutthe McGuire, plans were recon-
----- Life __.__.. 93/4 I ,fences and damaged pastures.The will be used ultimately not stadium. One will be situ- sidered and it was decided by
Case J I 23% Low Close Net
u. !ranklin Life ,- 551ft High Chg. I counties are: only for other commercial pro- ated at the top of the scoreboard i NBC that the game would be
Cessna Air _.. 1.00 30 25 Rails 144.53 142.62 144.15 Up 1.10
}reat American 11th Alachua, Baker, Bradford, grams but for educational TV as for, "panoramic shots."I televised nationally. Network of-
Ches Ohio 4.00 773' 25 Industrials 894.49 881.40 889.93 Up 5.71
----
}rolier 29 I Clay, Columbia, Dixie,' Duval, well. Scenes' from this camera will ficials discarded the idea, how-
Coas S Gas _____ 31 50Stocks 519.51 512.01 517.04 Up 3.41
CBS 1.80b 42% : ulf Life 52% I Flagler, Franklin, G i 1 christ, "To transmit a television pic-i be used mainly for background, ever. I

Ierff Jones 14 Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette,
Comb Eng _._ 1.20 30%
Comsat 39% 1 Iome Ins _..- 67 STOCK FLASHES Leon, Levy, Madison, Marion,
Corp
20 Kennasaw Life __ 11 Nassau, Putnam, St. Johns, Su- Firm
Cone Mills .80 MARKETNEW
Cont Airl __. .40 20% [Life of Fla 7% wannee, Taylor, Union, Volusia, Burlap Suspended
Lowes Company _. 20 and Wakulla. ;
Conti Ins 2.20 59 APStock
YORK ( )
Milgo Electron 12
Contrl Data 85% fort Guaranty Ins __ 24 market prices weakened afteran Dow Jones Stock Averages Railroad Union

Corn Pdts ..__ 1.50 53% Pacific SW Air _._ 341ft initial rise and the pattern For Alleged Gifts Here
Delta Air .. 1.60 59V4 Previous Day ( 2nd Hour | Calls for Strike
----- ----- Schlitz Brew 46% was mixed early this afternoon. .
Det Steel __ .60 15% SecurLife&Tr65 Trading was fairly active. 868.67_ | 30 Indust. j

Emerson El 1.00 42% Southern Nitro. __ 25 Ford's agreement with the 215.64 I 20 Rails I WASHINGTON (AP) Rail- LAKELAND (Special-) The paid by the state to deliver the bar holding a part-time job
Fair Camera .50g 23% '' road shop craft unions today State Road Board has suspended merchandise. with a firm doing state busi
Travelers Ins 42% Workers -
United Auto was pretty
Finan'l Fed _____ 44% -- .152.251 I 15 UUL I called a strike that could crip- the Florida Burlap and Bag ness.
Union & Inv .
Sec. 9% well discounted in Wall
""st Chartr .._ 1.97f 31% 307.46 | 65 Stocks | ple the nation's transportation Co., Miami, accused of giving Ralph Davis, executive direc- Firms doing state businessare
la E Cst 12% AMERICAN Street. So was Chrysler's escapeof industry, to become effective at gifts to Charles S. (Sid) Robertson tor, estimated the procedures prohibited from giving
STOCK EXCHANGE a strike by office workers. 6,370,000 I Volume | i covered 3% and cost the
.90 22% years
"ood Fair 6 a.m. local time Tuesday, Sept. Gainesville, who was chief gifts to state employees.
TMC Corp ______ 1.00 58M Aerojet-Gen 31% Ford opened at a slightly high I warehouseman for the road,state about $5,000. Florida burlap did from $30-
______ 42 Analex Corp ?... 25% er price for a while, then erased held a higher tone. 22.The strike call announcedby '
Frito Lay was department. The road board instructed Davis -000 to $40,000 In state business
Gen Tele -_-------- .88 33% Aqua Chem__ 18% the gain. The Associated Press. averageof Michael Fox, president of I to send every employe a annually.The .
Aurora Plastics25 Chrysler' widened a small I 60 stocks at noon was up .3 Robertson was fired from his'
LOOb 53% the
Employes Depart-
Ga Pac --- Railway copy now and again in six suspension does not pre-
Getty Oil .- .10g 24% Barnes Engineer --- 19 early loss to about a point as at 324.3 with industrials up .4, ment of the AFL-CIO. Heads of $600-a.month post Sept. 3. I'months, spelling out regulationswhich vent the firm from doing business -

Grace Cq --- LOOb 53V Butler Shoe 9V traders continued to take profitson rails up .3 and utilities up .1 the six craft unions involvedwere The SRD accused Robertsonof prohibit acceptance bya with other state agencies.

Hel Curtis .80 13 Chromaloy 143/s the stock's latest upward The Dow Jones industrial sitting at his side. accepting whisky and other -' state employe of gifts from

IBM 5.00 434 Cinerama 5% drive. average at noon was off .23 at "Our duty to'the employes as gratuities, and of using any firm doing business with

Int Tele __- LOO 55% Computer Sci 23% Steels took a string of losses 868.44. their collective bargaining representative state employes to work on his the state. The regulations also Dems OpenHeadquarters
Cutter Labs A ..__. _. 16
KelloggLehman -- .80a 46 -- after opening steady.An Losses of close to a point leaves us no choice private .
property.The
CP 1.34e 29% Data Control _ 62 array of gains by blue each were taken by U.S. Steel except to fix a strike date pursuant
road board
Letton In ---- 1.981 70% Fulton lads __ 91h chip chemicals began to fade. Republic Steel (ex dividend) to the authority to strike meetinghere Yugoslavia Joins
decided to the
suspend
LoneSCM1.00 22 Gen Develop .. 4% Oils aerospace issues, elec- and Jones & Laughlin. Bethle- previously voted by them," Fox
Jax MId. __ bag company indefinitely.When .
Wait
8th Here
Marsh Fld 1.60 47% trical equipment and drugs hem sliooed fractionally. said. Economic Bloc I Soon
Mackey Airlines __ 5% the board said the suspension I
Martin M .. .. 1.00 19
-
Med Johns n 16 was without prejudice, ,
Hill .60a 35% Democratic campaign head-
McGr
Pac NW Tele _ 231A an attorney asked whether that BELGRADE, YugoslaviaAP
Mead Corp 1.70 47% : Rise ( ) -Yugoslavia's independent -quarters at 120 SE 1st Ave. will
Sees Gradual
Philips Elec _-_ 4Hi Spending meant the firm could ask rein-
Merkd __- Z.OOa 43% Redwing Carriers ._ 11 statement."I Communist government has open in special ceremonies next
Mati Airl .80 48% Tuesday night.
formed ties
with Comecon but
,
Hie .. 23 do not
Group I suggest you come
N Y Centl .. ------- .50g 47% R. Wts. 6% back before this board the announcement made clear it Alachua County Campaign
Sperry commented -
Nia M Pow 2.00 56% Syntex .'_ 55 From Tax Cut But No Spree Max Brewer, Titus- will not have full membership in Chairman Judge Ira J. Carter
W 6.00 128% :
Norfolk
61% Tampa Elec ___ 26 yule member from district 5. the Soviet bloc economic group. said the opening will be from

NoIndPS1.48 _ The 7:30 10
Tech Measur In This board will probably go S communique said Yugos- p.m.
53%
No Olin Nat Math Gas 1.80 1.20 42% TWA Wts 2n.Valspar By ADREN COOPER ly spend 92 to 94 per cent of I was no massive increase in out when a, sew governor takes lavia will cooperate in the He urged all Democrats, In-

-- .. 7% ,every dollar they can lay their savings of this type. office in January. Framework of the Council of dependents and other citizensfor
G 2.50 104% -- -
II
Owens 32% MUTUAL FUNDS WASHINGTON (AP) There hands on, and that this proportion -I The "savings" took the formof Robertson was accused of accepting -Mutual Economic Assistance President Lyndon Johnsonto

PacG&E1.00 Affiliated Fund _ 9.25 was no stampede to the stores of the increase in take- paying off some debts favors, and in returnhe the Red equivalent of the Euro- attend.
29%
2.40
Pac Lting 1.20 28% Capital Life & Gr .__ 10.19 last spring when the income tax home pay would be put immedi- although there was no great sent state trucks to make] pean Common Market in 1 Campaign workers for the

PacT&T.Pan Amer A _----- -- 1.20 28% Divers Growth .. 9.97 cut took effect, but there is !ately into the spending stream. reluctance to take on new installment 63 trips, carrying bags from' foreign trade, finance, metallurgy -Democratic ticket will be sign-

Dividend Shares -_ 3.91 strong evidence that Americanshave obligations and Miami to the Gainesville ware machine building, chemicalsand ed up and buttons, bumper
1.00 27%
Parke Dav -- Dreyfus 21.09 been spending an increasing Since consumers spent only purchases of stocks and mutual houses. scientific and technical stickers and LBJ campaignhats

Pennzoil 2.00 37 Fidelity -Capit --- 11.52 percentage of the extra about half the extra money, the fund shares. The Miami firm was being research. will be UD for sale.
Pfizer .80a 47% in the few weeks. their total income
Fidelity Fund 18.<< money past percentage of Mrs. John A. Harrison and
3.00 70%
Phelps DG 157% Fidelity Trend 1 19.47 "We know that July and which was spent. fell to 91.8 percent Mrs. Charles D. Farris are in

Polaroid -- .20 Fund'tal Invest 11.39 August will show a significant charge of the headquarters
-
PUbSVEG 2.60 39% With Our Men in UniformArmy
Pure Oil 1.60 64% Income of Boston 8.58 'increase in the proportion of This was pointed out in opening. Women members of

1.00 37% Incorporated Inc 10.23 money spent," a government speeches by Richard H. Holton,'! the Alachua County Democratic
Rayonier
'official said today, we're assistant secretary of com-
Rexall .50b57 Keystone K-2 5.80 "but Maj. Albert N. Stubble-1 University, New York, N. Y. fraternity. Executive Committee are host
Metl .50 36 Keystone S-3 --- 17.571 not making any estimate yet" merce for economic affairs, andC. esses for the opening, Carter
Reyn bine m, son of Colonel (Ret.)
Keystone S-t __ 5.00 Consumers about 52 Canby Balderston, a memberof said.
Rich Merr -__ 1.00 57% -- I I spent per Federal Reserve Board. and Mrs. Albert N. StubblebineJr. Maj. William W. MilIIcan J J Marine PFC Angus C. Mer-
: Life Investors __ -.. 10.51 cent of the extra money they the
R C Cola 1.20 20V - noted that the rate of ., 1740 SW 37th Fl., recently :Mrs. Grace Millicac, 1327 ritt, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lie Stock Fund 8.10 received during the first three Holton
Roy Dutch -_-_ 1.73g 45M I Msss. Inv Stock I II I months the tax reduction was spending often is low in the received a certificate of :NE Sixth Terr., is attending a Angus C. Merritt, Sr. of 711 'Old Slave'
Searle GD -_- .90 60V5 I -- -- 17.141 He said there achievement while attending the I ten month regular course at NW 16th Ave., is attending Me-
Mass. Inv Growth effective -April, May and April-June period. r
2.00 88V5 9.061l fully Dies 111
Singer I lag betweenan Command and General Staff I the U. S. Army ana Gtneral chanical Fundaments Schoo I at
Pioneer Fund 10.13I usually is a slight
June.
I Smith Kin -, 1.20a 62VS l in income College at Fort Leavenw o rt h, :Staff College Fort Leaven- at the Naval Air Technical
SOUCLPD1.05 35M I Puritan Fund 9.69: This may seem an irrelevant increase personal SOUTH BEND, net (AP) 1
worth Kan. Training Center in Jacksonville.
StOilCal2.00 65M I Putnam Growth -_- 16.10 figure to the wage earner who and increased spending. Kan.Major Charlie Graham, who recalled
Oil Ind 2.00b 82 I TV & Elee 8.37 had a hard time making ends Balderston put it this way: StubbIebine receivedthe The Army Command and carrying water at the age of 7 t
St become accustomed award for outstanding performance I General Staff College prepares Marine PFC Carter fellow slaves in
.65 27* Value Line Inc 5.80 meet, even with a few extra "As consumers Vernon T. to Negro Mississippi 1
Sterl Drug 1-20 64Vi I; Wellington Fund 15.46 dollars. But it is watched closely to a little fatter take- of duty during his :military personnel of the U. S. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs cotton fields, died Wednes \

Texas Util_ 1.40 46 I NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS by economists most of whom home pay, they are likely to previous assignment with the and allied nations to performwar Vernon T. Carter of 900 NE daynightatlil. t

Textron Tidewater _--- --- 33i I Complete Vol. Close Change assumed the tax cut would increase their spending, and Eighth U. S. Army in Korea. time duties. 22nd St, recently participatedin His philosophy included, f

Trans W 'A --- 42*& 166 Chrysler 66% off % provide an important stimulusto 1 there is some indication that The34-year-old officers Major Miltican is receiving a sea assault landing in the "When you drink, don't drink

Union Pac _-"._ l-60a 43i 11121 600 Erie Lack 5% up % business. : this adjustment has been occur',entered the Army in June 1952. instruction in command leadership Mediterranean with Battalion with a crowd. When you're I

Und Air L ._----- 1.50b 46V 122 000 Beth Steel 42' up % Increased purchases by the ring during the summer He was graduated from: Pet- principles of war and lo Landing Team 2$ op*:rating digging ditches, take your

Upjohn .. _--_ 1.00 49i i 118 500 Lit Paper 35% up % consumer inevitably lead to months." ersburg (Va.) High Schoil in gistics. S with the Sixth Fleet in the Med time."

Jim Walter _-.. 35V z'' 107 700 Am Motors 18 up % expanded production at the The fact that consnmers spent 1958 and received his bachelor's The major is a 1945 graduateof iterranean. raham, a native of Tippah

WarLaznb------.70 31* 94 600 Colo Fuel 14% up factory level, and therefore, 91.8 per cent of their takehomepay : degree in 1952 from the L'. S. Gainesville High School He i He also received special in- County, Miss., is survived by

Worthintnr.' 1.50 48!I 94 300 Glen Alden 15 up %i more jobs and profits.Administration does not mean that all ol Military Academy at West received his B. A. Degree in struction in mountain climbing four sons, two daughters, 29

Xerox -- 118 76 700 Xerox Corp 118%up 5% economists the remaining 8.2 per cent went Point N. Y.> and his master's 1950 from the UF and is a and raphelling and helicopter grandchildren and 56 great-

7--tth __. .... .--. 1.208* 67 72 000 Sunshn Mol 32 off *i argued that consumers norma]. into savings accounts. There: degree in 1961 from Columbia member of Delta Tau Delta rapheLUng. grandchildren
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Goinesvilla Sun Friday September 18, 164


:T TO TOP OF A. L. .

rSTIFF DEFENSE GIVES I ,



i's.I Yanks Make Itmore


4=.;: LINCOLN 7-0 VICTORY t Finally


,.,. '.
,.'
..,- By MURRAY CRASS Orioles and Chicago White that's as close as they've come., New York's latest victor,

By JAMES RUSSELL In all, the drop of the hankie but penalties spelled disaster.On Associated Press Sports Writer Sox, who are tied for second. Their second place finish in 1954 came with a big help from th&

Sun Football Assistant cost the Terriers 110 yards. a fourth quarter drive, Lincoln Yoo hoo,.Yogi, you can't be in With two fewer losses than the ended a string of five consecutive bullpen. Roland Sheldon rescued

JACKSONVILLE A gang-I A 40-yard run by Northwestern reached the Northwestern first place. This is 1964. other contenders, the Yankees pennants.The starter Mel Stottlemyre in the

tackling Lincoln defense made halfback James Banks 14. Brockington scored what Yogi, formally known as appear to be in a good positionto Yankees have 17 gamesin seventh inning after the Angels

7 a second quarter touchdown started the home eleven on the was an apparent TD on a run. Manager Berra, and his New capture their fifth straight which to shatter that unwanted -had scored two runs and had the

stand in a 7-0 decision over way to TD-land. However, aft- However, the Terriers were in- York Yankees climaxed a' 42- pennant.But reputation while Baltimoreand bases loaded with one put.

the Yellowjackets of Jackson- er one more jacket first down, stead assessed 15 yards for illegal day drive to the top of,the besides the' Orioles and Chicago have 13 each in Sheldon struck out pinch

ville Northwestern Thursday the drive stalled because of Lin- use of the hands. American League Thursday which to extend it.
the White Sox standing in their hitter Ed Kirkpatrick and got
night. coln's defense. After the last Terrier march night with a 6-2 triumph over All three teams play at home ,
the Yankees are faced pinch hitter Felix Torres to hit
William Weathersbee the The Terriers mounted their died the !the Los Angeles Angels. way,
Jackets launched their .._ .. tonight with the Yankees host-
->"' II"IIU.*" "<--6 with the oddity that they'venever into a force out.Stottlemyre .
Northwestern coach, agreed decisive drive at the beginningof most serious offensive. The victory lifted the Yankees I ing Kansas City, Baltimore

with everyone that Terrier bus- the second quarter. The key I,: On the arm of rookie quarterback ROLAND SHELDON two percentage points .593 to' won. "the"pennant in a year engaging Los Angeles and now 7-2, had

tle more than made up for a play was a 20-yard( Norman An- Kenneth Burroughs, in for '. Strong Finish .591 ahead of the idle Balti-' ending in 4. Chicago taking on Washinton.I allowed only one hit through the

host of mistakes committed by derson pass to end Clayton I regular Curtis Simmons North- Yankee teams have finished New York holds a 9-6 marin first six innings. That was a

the relatively inexperienced Tqmbs. On the next play Anderson western managed to reach the second in four of the six yearsof over the Athletics, the Oriolesare bunt single by Bob Rodgers in

eleven. took it in from the five j Lincoln 24 before a timely inter- Vs. YouthIn that type in this century, but 9-6 with the Angels and the i the fifth.

: "We were simply beaten bya on a nimble-footed keeper play.: Age White Sox lead the Senators 11-I Mickey Mantle collected a I

better team," Weathersb He .added the PAT with a STATISTICS 4. 'single, a double and his 31st

said.Lincoln kick. Lincoln NorthwesternFirst IIDMITwilight homer, a two-run smash in the I
Downs Game '
Only
won the toss and The game settled down intoa Rushing 6 3 SemifinalsBy seventh, for New York. His

dazzled the crowd with a 40-yard( defensive stalemate for the Penalties Passing 6 0 4 1 Game The Angels-Yankees game single in the sixth inning was

return. rest of the first half. Yards gained rushing! 12? 104 LOS ANGELES NEW YORK was the only one scheduled in the 2,000th hit of his major
I Yards gained passing 124 74 I
Lincoln mounted a drive buta The Terriers mounted two Passes 7-17 11-5 JIM BECKER amateur, and maybe getting his Perry cf abrhbi 4000 Kubek ss ab 4010 r"ill the AL Thursday night. league career.

series of penalties caused it I. Passes Punts Intercepted 1 2 CLEVELAND (AP) It's the last crack at the title. : Smith If 3110 Ri<:h'n 2b 4010 ..
: 24. long drives in the second half 1.30 4-26.5 Fregosl ss 4110 Marts cf 4230 -- --
Northwestern
to die the ,
on Fumbles Lost 2 1 moss backs against the limber Eichelberger is also 21, slight Adcock Ib 4000 Mantle rf 4332
Yards Lost Penalties 110 SO Clinton rf 4011 Repoz rf 0000
Score by quarters: backs today. and a chipping fool. Rodgers C 4031 Howard C 4000
... ...........
,
Lincoln 0 7 0 0-7 Sat-iano 3b 3000 Pepitone Ib 3111
l Punt Pass Kick Deadline Northwestern ...... 0000 0 And if age prevails over agili- If Campbell and Tutwiler win Knoop 2b 2000 Tresh If 4012
Scoring summary: ty at the National Amateur Golf through the Saturday's 36-hole Kirk'K ph 1000 Boyer 3b 3011 MOIEY
Touchdown: Lincoln-Anderson (5 yard Schaal! 2b C 0 0 0 St'myre p 3000
keeper); PAT; Anderson (kick) Officials Championship, the folks down in final it will be old home week. Newman p 2000

[ For Registration Oct. 9 Helms: Jimmie head linesman Johnson; Charles referee;Walden Albert West Virginia will think they Campbell has won the West Torres Totals pn 32 1000 2 6 2 Totals' 33 f 11 6

umpire; Harold Hair, field judge;! are seeing a summer rerun of Virginia amateur seven times. Los Angeles ........_.. Got 000 200-2
I New York .... ............. 008 301 20x- Just tell us how much Cash 24 Cash 24
Alachua County area boys The competition is free to all an old refrain. Tutwiler has won it 11 times. E-Adcock. Kubek. OP-Los Angeles 2. you need to pay .old You MonthlyPtyments Yo! Monthly i

eight through 13 have until Oct. grade and junior high school ception by Eugene DeBose, his The field in the big tourna- Most of the time they won it New York. 1. LOB-los Angeles 5. New bills, for home improvements Receive Receive Payments
second of the York 5.28Mantle.
night, ended this from each other. car re$185,00 $11.00 $428.00 $25.00
for the fourth an- boys eight through 13 and no ment over the Canterburycourse HR-Mantle (31). SB-
9
to register all
push with four seconds to go in Campbell emerged from the Marls. S-Boyer. pairs, for your 269.00 16.00 537.00 31.00
nual National Punt, Pass and special equipment is needed. is down to four. IP H R ERBBSO seasonal expenses.
the
game. of the draw New'n L 1-9 ... 5 1-3 7 4 4 1 2 333.00 20.00 600.00 34.39
toughest
f Kick Competition to be held at There is no body contact in- Top Passer In one of today's 36-hole semi- quarter Sukla ........... 2.3 1 0 0 0 2 Phone for prompt
and had to out well-known ...... % courteous service. Payments Include laUrest and pnncipal.
the Club of GainesvilleOct. volved. finals Bill put Duhba ...2 3 2 2 0 0
Boys' the
West
The Campbell, _.
games outstanding offen- Stot'myre W 7-2 6 1-3.5 2 2 2 5
10 at 10 a.m. Upon registration, the future sive performer was L i n c oln Virginia gentleman with the players the to get morning to the semis.In Sheldon T-2.08....A10957........ 22-310003 LOANS UP TO $600FAMILY

Entrants must be accompanied football starters will receive a[quarterback Anderson, who com- Princeton degree, meets Mark Thursday

by a parent or guardian. booklet of punt, pass and kick pleted seven of 17 passes for Hopkins, a University of Hous-. Campbell eliminated Billy Joe
Patton, the colorful scrambler Bowler
Top j
competition tips written by 124 yards and ran for 23 more.A ton junior.
from North Carolina with the
Green Bay Packers' star quar- fine MILWAUKEE AP Mrs.
performance was turned ( ) -
BowlingStandings Last Shot fastest backswing in the South.
terback Bart Starr Lion i
Detroit
in Louis
by Northwester halfback LaVerne Carter of St. was
punter Yale Cleveland I Campbell is 41, playing in his In the afternoon, Bill went 19 FINANCE SERVICE, INC.
Lary, James Banks and Lincoln's !named 1964 Woman Bowler of
Brown placekicker Lou Groza 21st amateur, in the semis for holes to knock out another of Gainesville -
Brockington.Banks the Year today by the Bowling
and New York Giant quarter- ran for 67 yards and the first time since 1949, and North Carolinian, Dale Morey. Writers' Association of America. 204 S. E. First Street . . . .FR 6-4661
PIN TOPPERS back Y. A. Tittle. Included in taking probably his last good Tutwiler almost went home to
|caught two .
for
W L passes 37 more.
shot at this title.
the illustrated booklet Stan Indiana during Thursday's dou-
0
Mead & Wms. 8 are Brockington
Fred Mason 7 5 3 1 Musial tips on body building the managed 53 yardson Hopkins is 21, so skinny his ble. First he had Leo Spooner,
ground. I
Team Combined No. Ins.8 Co. 5 3 calisthenics. Lincoln coach Jesse college chums say that he is all the 36-year-old paunchy bachelor I :
A & W Root Beer 1 4 Heard feet and and from Duluth Minn. P
follow-through the
4 on
4 Alachua
Mary Carter Paint County boys will com-I ascribed his victory to a team
Campus Hugh Edwards Beauty Box 3 4 5 4 pete only against others of their effort and had much praise for hard to tell from his caddy.In hook and let him off. Tutwiler I WINNJAMMERSTEAK

Helzel 3 2 5 6 age groups in punting, passingand his opponents. the other semi, Ed Tutwiler -finally escaped one up.

Alachua Team No.Fog 12 Servo 2 6 placekicking skills. Praises Northwestern"I a West Virginia car dealer Then Gene Ferrell, a left-

Team No. 11 1 7 now wheeling in Indianapolis hander from Louisiana State
,
Results Points will be awarded for think Northwestern has a
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Mead & Wms. 4. Alachua Fog Serv. 0; each foot meets Dave Eichelberger, a took him 20 holes before Tut-
of distance
Beer 4. Team No 12 0; the ball tremendous ball club- They
A Fred& W Mason Root 4, Campus Beauty Box 0; travels on the fly, and points will do well from now on," the student at Oklahoma State. wiler sank a 15-footer for a ROOM
Team No. 8 3. Team No. 11 1) Helzel 3. Tutwiler is 43, in his eighth birdie. I
Combined Ins. 1; Hugh Edwards 2. Mary will be subtracted for each foot|Terrier boss said.

Carter 2.TRIPLE the ball lands to the left or The Lincoln mentor was high:
TUMBLERSW
Electric Co. 7 L 1 right of a center line. on the play of guards Willie i ,'I AIR CONDITIONIN'GR 1

South Ace Atlantic Oil Co. 6 2 The punt, pass and kick com Fred Carter, Harold Davis and!

I. Butler's Farnsworth Radiator OH Co. 5 4 3 4 petition is sponsored nationally Charles Jameson. I I E PA I R Call us heater for quick service.efficient air conditionIng NOW OPEN
or
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3 5'I Ford i
Bank of Mln-a-Mart NewberryCotton's 3 by Dealers and the Na-! Anderson and Toombs also I Trained and experienced

Chandler's; 2 : tional Football League. Cosponsoring -! won plaudits from their tutor! Radio dispatched trucks service men

_. S. E. Sapp's Real Estate 2 6 in Alachua County are while the efforts of Northwest Reasonable rates 24 Hour service
Results
520 S.W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-6514
; Ace Electric 4. Chandlers 0; Farns- Shaw and Keeter Motor Company er's quarterback Service on all makes of equipment
Oil Co. 3. Cotton's M- -Mart 1; Burroughs and. ALL AMERICAN
'I worth South Atlantic Oil Co. 3, Bank of New- and Boys' Club of Gainesville halfback Banks were deemed Ph 376.8268' HEATING rr AIRCONDITIONING OCEANS OF FREE PARKING
berry l; Butlers Radiator ;3< 5. 1 E.; Sapp .
1. praiseworthy by their coach. i CO.
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Gator Tire Service 7 1
Jerry's Restaurant S 3 ,.
Pepper Printing 4 4
Cannon Ins. 3 5
Piggie Park 3 5
Smith Sinclair 3 S
Allstate Ins 3 S
Shopping Center 3 5
University Chevrolet 2 6
Florida PestGainesville 4 0
Sun 4 0
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,\ Jerry's 4. Cannon 0; Fla. Pest 4, Univ.
... Chevy 0; Gainesville Sun 4, Gator Tire
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: Servicemaster i 3. Smith Sinclair 1.
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; I Lemonades I GATORS xl
\ Nehl Grapes 5 3
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Royal Crowns 4 1I
Gingers: 4 4r _
Diet Rite Colas 4 4

.... Oranges Strawberries 4 4 4 1 ',-' .

Root Beers 4 4 .
Sparkling Waters 3 5 vs. ',- ...'.
Upper Tens 2 6 r .
NIGHT OWL
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Johnson & Fails t 1 i
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Edwards Bldg. Supplies Inc. 8 4 ., .... .
I Gold Pepin Coast Distributors Restaurant 7 7 5It Si .P' 1p .. '

Williams Thomas 6 6 SsM.UsI
1 U.S. Army R.O.T.C < 6 :
I f Hughes Supply Inc. S 7 :
: f Alachua Central Fla.General Office Hospital Supply S 4 7. i ,

t. Clark's Barber Shop 4 0 \ _
Park Lane Cafeteria 3'

Clark's Barber Results Shop 4. Park Lane 0;
t. Johnson & Faris 4. Hughes Supply 0; 'ftc "..
, Manor Motel X Cent. Fla. Off Supply 1;
Edwards 3. Williams-Thomas 1; Gold i .
Coast 2. U. S. Army R.O.T.C. 2; Pepin .:;\ ft-' ;
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Busch Bavarian 7 1 .
Little Pigs of America 7 1 .
I I First Federal 5 3 .
Coca 5 3 I fFe.
ColaHalt Stylist 5 3 I e.
Gainesville Gas Co. 5 3Rutn.rtord's
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, General' Gaines 4 4 _
<: Edwards Building Sup. 1 4
t Budweiser 4 I
, Gold Coast Rest. 1 4
Manor Restaurant 3 5


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Butler Bros. Builders 1 7

Little Pigs 4, Butler Results Bros. 0; Ruther- MISSISSIPPI Oct. 10
fords 4. Browns Service 0; Marlon Finance -' AUBURN Oct. 31
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Gainesville Gas 3. BiKtweiser 1; Busch' _
3. Tassinarl 1; First Federal 2. Jones-,i
I Johnson 2. CAROLINA Oct. 17
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: OGRE EttAGTOR :. 1:1!: .
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t :ANNOUNCEMENTS NOW*1L( GEAR 2 UER CRS ( '
THERE ACROSS 27.Public .
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1 In Memorlam
: E L 111 S T O T i
: official
.2 1Jw 'F 1. Ran off to
Card of Thanks .
) I-HAVE f
, f 29. Ascended TAI P E n
-.. YOUI 3 Lost & Found wed
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E" 31. boat 0 1 S E:
4 PersonalazedServices 7. Dowdy Light ACCEPTS ..
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i 5 Travel Information woman 32. Russ. R 0 0 D E C S T A S Y .

Special Notices fi 12.Cooking village K I D R E A -.. .
ANY OF 7 formula 33.Goose ..
THESE Florists
f
H..O' :
I 1 :; 13. Moro 35. Gender I E F'N
Baby Sitters Child
Care IS

.t Places To Go And ..A- > ...4 .: ..... _. ..;.-, IS: '......... native ofMindanao 37.Sesame F A I
Things To SeeAUTOMOTIVE 38. Graph I G n O R. D I O ti A

p- ,. 14. Irish 41. Oil of roses -
GCE IDS Att ET T

..t THINGS TO SELL? county 43. Least :

n 15.Open ore amounts SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZ2U -

:; 16.Mr. 45..Air condl-
ci\ 74 Airplane Sales-Rentals worm q'e honing' In DOWN 5.In&a is ..
71 Trucks

They'll Bring You Extra Cash 7t Trucks for Wanted Sal < is r..,. 17.19. Small High taste 46.India Kind or s 1.O Cotton asas 6.RdtnQmish gas office .,.

10 Tractors & Truck Rentals THE fabric rKindo[ ,

.. -. ., 12 Trailer Rentals I- WORTHWHILE .20.railways Inn 47.type.Irk 3 Pr&for vIr Collq.
13
Motorcycles I
aI
ScootersU 22. Gr.long E .8. Tattle tight 8.Morblll
Automobile RepairsU oslemgulde breathing
.2'. Fanatic markers
I Rugs Automobiles for Sale i1 VR uii 9.Im P -

St Swap Cars 1O.Orc4t trit .
# 17 Autos Wanted 4' I Z. 3 a S' 7" uu Ioada -;"

1 .. f. Guns
; ; /1 IJf. 11.For. S .

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; Tools I *. EDUCATIONAL TIME '/ 'S 20.Thatboy't '
U Schools t Instruction 41.PO5ItlOllI'

J ; 1* Music. Dancing' !: 17 rb r! 23.Yfs .

h Boats. 20 Wanted-Instruction 54.11t1e sheep -

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.Htshop'B
j I ; Tents EMPLOYMENT z+ U Z' II je
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11 Female -
HeWant.d barn
.. fnt4W\4
so V51
, 12 Mai* Help Wanted TO l' 30.Neguive

Books 13 Help-Male or Female ifU H W.. / Vhk 34.Restrict
14 Sales Help Wanted Out.thls.world' gift! This cater 31 / / "'/ 36.Totem3s
V/:
1 READINGIN pillar is a pet pal and a pillow
, 1 Plants 16 Work Wanted Female for a child. J' J1 JI .. es i

17 Work Wanted Mile 3 .5,280 fat
New TV Caterpillar soft cush-
. ion several children can sit on at 41 4Z. :..- 4.1 If.tiS 3Q.Mallan

Pianos once! Make remnants, tall of rib 1 r noManan
. FARMS & LIVESTOCK bons. Pattern 133: pattern pieces. r' 40.Mocaslns .

26 Farm Equipment Thirty-five. cents In coins for this 41.Stllm.sofa ..
t' Stoves 27 Feed t Fertilizer GET pattern-add 15 cents for each pattern f7. is, 47. Cereal
2t for 1st Livestock & Supplies handling. Send to Laura Wheeler .,1R
2f Landscaping Top Salt Gainesville Sun Needlecraft Par time 23 min. AP Owefeefvrea 44gfa13
30 Dept.. P. O. Box UJ, Old Chelsea .
Radios Pets &
Supplies Station New York 11, N. Y. .
31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER .
NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE

; Skates. NEW FOR 19651 200 designs -

\ ever more! fashions Plus 3 FREE to knit patterns crochet than em- 12 Male Help Wanted 18 Schools & Instructions 32 Mobil. Hornet For Sole ,

: M Business Opportunities( THAT broidery dolls' clothes. Send 25
Trunks 47 Money to Loan cents for new Needlecraft Catalog. MEATCUTTER wanted reliable oe- HIGH SCHOOL For sale 1 BR air cond. turn.
pendable full time. Apply in It home, free booklet. A mer lean trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent
I i M Mortgages VALUE 16 COMPLETE QUILT person East Side Market 1424 School P. O. Box 16661. Jackson- condition. FR 2IS4.. MAJM.
5' Money WantedMER.CHANDISE PATTERNS in deluxe new Quilt Hawthorn Rd. ville. Fla 32214. and 4-12 PJA.

Jewelry Book. For beginners, experts. Send WANTED male cook must be at MEN & women U to 53 to train for
SO cents now least 20 yrs. old full time. No CIVIL SERVICE Lowest prices easiest terms. largest
THE students please. Apply In person Examinations. For Informationsend display hi central Florida
we trade for anything. Free delivery
Kentucky Fried Chicken,
Bicycles name address d Phone No.
214 NW 13th St. / up to 100 miles.FRAILER .
41 Wanted to Buy 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Key Training Service. 112 W.
MART
62 Machinery t i SALES TRAINEE and delivery boy, Adams St.. Jacksonville.
Tools
> Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 4
BETTER 40 hr. week & good advance
r TV Sets ,43 Building Materials YOUR "ROAD TOSUCCESS" ment. Must have driver's license I Real Estate Exam East Palatka Phone 321-1050
44 Household Goods & high school education See
.
.
Mr. Smith at Parker's, '01 W. COURSE FEDERAL QUALITY
65 Antiques Univ. Ave. ATTEND First I lesson fee. ....
i
HOMES INC.
riOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
U
Misc.
ClothingCameras For sale OLD Florida company expanding in COLLEGE. 211 W. Univ. Ave 4820 N.W. 13th St. Gainesville ,
47 Trading Post Do you hove on AVON area. We now have positions FR. 6-3507 372.3727.SHORTHAND FR 2.5113 Walt Johnson. Mgr. ?

6f Fuel Oil & 'Woods SUN Representative ,calling on available for 14 men.. 21 yrs. and TYPING USED TRAILER Large livingroom .. ,
70 you regularly? If you don'tperhaps up experience not necessary. We Civil Service
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Boats Marine Equip. train. Write box S84-A c-o Gaines Training rear kitchen two bedrooms -
it is an open terri Secretarial Courses Classes upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Als -
n Camp Hunt Fish ville Sun giving resume and qual
I' 72 Office Equipment CAR! tory ,which could offer you ifications. now College.forming.211 W. Univ.Howell's Ave.Business a travel trailer. 37-U41.

Antiques 73 Musical Merchandise an excellent earning op SALESMANMan FR 4-0507 i 52 x 10 FT. bedroom Homette
20-40 work In the area
<< Start yrs. to
portunity. now tor like new. Lot 17 Archer Road
of Central Fla. Car required. Out
;' big Christmas profits. No Monday A.M. to Friday P.M. 28 Livestock & Supplies I Village. Phone 37MU2 after 5:00 .

Furniture experience necessary Part each week. $LOS per week salary P.M. ,. ,
REAL
ESTATE FOR SALE WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a --
time. Write AVON. P. O. with added weekly incentive pay. Manor house trail-
dairyman to show us a better I x 2f Mercury
32 Mobile Homes for Sale Box 448 Gainesville. Florida Permanent position. Write Mr. dairy feed than CPA Cooperative er. $1200. Call 495-2452 between ....
Livestock 33 Lots for Sal WANT H. F. McCulla. 1330 Orange Ave... Mills 16 pet. All Pulleted Dral- S and 7 P.M. In Archw.
or call FR. 2-0421. Winter Park Fla. Include In letter
34 Waterfront Property Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDN
WANTED woman for repair work complete name. address phone per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala 23 years bi business give you adequate .,M
1'1 35 Houses for Sale minor alterations. See Mr. Welch. number. and age and date you chua. Phone FR 21095 or 461- protection In price oual-'
I I Diamonds 34 Cottages for sal* No phone calls. 441 SE 2nd St., would be available to start training 2105. ray financing. insurance ft service. ,
Stock's Dry Cleaners.HOUSEKEEPER (with ) and work if accepted
-\ 37 Real Estate Exchanged pay AT stud. champ. Ideal time for Ask your friends end air
.. Interview will be arranged customers about us. 3 locations to
31 Real Estate (white preferred your spring colts. Write P. O.
Wanted ) with you in the near Box 415 for Reasonablestud serve you. Jacksonville Gaines .. .
and child appt.
to
care ?
Fish Poles live In or out.
3! Out of Town Property Transportation needed if eut. future. fee. villa & Ocala.

40 Business Properties N. Phone 374-8022 between 347 DRAFTSMAN wanted to do temperary FOR sale young horse. good disposition -
41 Residential Income P.M. or apply at 306 NE 44th St. work. Must be able to drawto beautiful markings BUTTS ,:.,

Used Cars 42 Farms .. Acreage ADS WANTED full time cashier experience counter girl. li scale.requirements Write your on charges qualification to Phone' 372-741* after 4 30 P.M.
preferred
43 Colored P. o. Box 415 Gainesville. Fla. Mobile Homes
1- Property Sales Apply in person Kentucky Fried? 30 PETS & SUPPLIES I
Chicken 214 NW 13th St. ANTENNA installation' man. Must
Auto Tires be experienced and reliable Apply Inc. .,.....
WANTED two or three women to In person Tech T-V, 122 NW BASSET 4 yrs. old papers,
make drapes & slip covers. I If 16th Ave.RETIRED. female. $100. 3721439.
f RENTALS you don't know how we will teach NW 13th St.
; "AquariumsRow 43-1 Colored Property Rentals you. Call at 220 SE 31st St. or man to care for grounds ADORABLE Pekingese for sale.
NORTH phone FR 6.2297.CASHIERS ., and small workshop. I r v ing Males S6Q female ISO. Call after
Cottages for Rent 454-1373, High Springs. 5:30 p.m. weekday anytime Sat at 6th St. ..
45 Furnished Apts. FOUNTAIN 6 Sun. Betty SIlcox FR 24765. ..MOn

Boats 4* Unfurnished Apts. GIRLS 13-Help Malt or Female PUREBRED Boxer puppies for sale .
.. .
street parking all arouivi our "
47 SNACK; BAR no papers.
Houses Announcements
for Rent
Furn.
P.M.
corner. Open 1.30 A.M. to I
4. Houses for Rent Age 2S. 0. night shift 3 P.M. to 12 WANTED male or female. we have Call FR 20895. each weekday
Unfurn.
Golf Clubs midnight meals It uniforms fur an Immediate opening for a motor BLUE Tick and Walker puppies sly 374-4341
4* Rooms for Rent nished. Contact Mr. George Summers route salesman carrier. In
a pair. 611374.7756.
50 Mobil Homes 3 LOST & FOUND main cafeteria U of Fla. the following areast Brooker,
Santa Fe Hawthorne a Alachua./ f WEEKS old boxer puppies for NORTHWESTTRAILER
51 Misc. Rentals LOST WANTED experienced Legal Secretary sale. be at 1521 N. W.urn ,.--
TypewritersMotorcycles during hurricane two yr. old Good earnings. If you have transportation May seen
CENTRAL male to begin work immediately Terrace. Phone FR 259U.FREE SALES
51A
Wanted To Rent Weimaraner gray coat for & desire to run yourown
Senior Partner. Road N.t. .
2102 Waldo
Salary
yellow com-
eyes ao pounds. North ef i investment "
52 Boarders Wanted Newnan's Lake. Ans. to Pew, munsunte with experience and business with very little kittens! 6 & 10 weeks At Palm Lane 374263 .,
please call Mr. Caputo.
53 Office Desk Space Reward. Phone FR 21052. ability. Fringe benefits: Blue old. 376-4339.'
Cross and Blue Shield. For Interview Circulation Dept. 3714441 ext. If SPECIAL
54 Business Rentals LOST brown & whit Basset contact E. A. Clayton or 5 to 7:33 P.M. SIAMESE kittens and stud service 104 x 201* Lot for mobile. home.
hound near Lake Susan. Answers James E. Clayton. Phone 372- Sfl. registered iliac, blue and chocolate Jisoo 1 Mile S. Off Paynes
Used TrucksRefrigerators Wanted Caretaker Guide mar
to name Ruffie. Loves children ried. Wife to maintain lodge. Location point $25 up. Williston' see Prairie For appointment call .
SERVICE Bradley. Rt. I, Box 261. Hawthorne 12 Male Help Wanted remote in central Flori- 644. FR a-3052.

Ida. Privately owned accommodations FOR SALE Siamese Kittens 7 ....
22 Special Services Include lake beats, wks. old. reasonable. Call 372 WYATT- .
4 BARBER
PERSONALIZED SERVICE WANTEDFR. skeet range. horses dogs duck M4I after 4PM.CHOCOLATE .
.
Baby Buggies 23 Home Improvements FLORIDA'S 2W74. haven. Must be sober reliable brown poodles, for .
LEARN TO DRIVE special at and In good health. Apply giving '
24 Radio & TV Service tention to nervous or elderly) MECHANIC WANTED. SVi days full particulars, past experience sale t weeks old. registered. Call Trailer Sales
Electric Motors 25 Easy Way Driving School. FR good working conditions. Berkley age family present oc after 5:00 P.M. 376-3854
Appliance & FurnitureWANTAD 27002. Lie. by State of Fla. Motors. 2201 N. Main St. cupation to P.O. Box 11476, Tampa TWO male Siamese kittens I Home of
Florida. weeks old shots. Pacemaker Mobil Home
KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON ROUTE salesman for soft drink Airstream
Store Shasta and
EquipmentFarm Beauty on a BudgetAll company. Must be bond able, age SANDWICH makers I. counter girls Phone 376.3842. Travel Trailer
RATESPH. work guaranteed 25-31. Phone FR 24511 t top 5 experienced.. all shifts. Alan's MR Ocala's First Mobile Home
Perm. $5 up Shsm-set SI.50 u weekdays. SANDWICH SHOP across from 32 Mobile Homes For Solo Sine 1MI
Machinery 14 E. Univ. Ave. 3727724 Univ. Post Office.per,14Sales 1923seSi Springs Blvd.
372-8441 YOUNG MAN FOR er
furniture
Open nights by appt.DRESSMAKING warehousing
and delivery. Must have Phone 42MJ3
Infant's Clothing ForClassified LARGEST drivers' license. Apply In Help Wanted Drivea Ocala/ Fla.
Reasonable Fast Efficient to Furniture Manufacturer's Sample
-Experienced- House New Willliten Rd. at EXP Real Estate Salesman with
Sewing Machines OnlyDEADLINES NE_ _Section' 372.5171tS eta hwy.CARRIER ambition' and willing to work FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY

BOYS Between 12 4. 15 must be interested in minimumof Little
Office Equipment SPECIAL' NOTICESLOSE yrs. old needed for ,paper routein S25000.00 a year earnings. Active
the N.E. and N.W. Sections. office. many leads and list
Tues. thru Fri. papers WEIGHT safely with new Wonderful experience for your ings. Good advertising program.All Save LotLowest For top quality/ workmanshipcall ,
Movie Equipment 5:30 p.m. Day before publIcation Dex.A.Diet Tablets. Only ft cents. son.daily contact with the pub replies confidential and will a
3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug lic prepares him for leading role be answered. Box 5I2A c/o 372-6142
Company. in his future For overhead in the Industry.
more Information Gainesville Sun.16Work GAINESVILLE
For ads to MARKETPLACE! DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like
Outboard Motors go in Sun. paper- call Gainesville Sun Circulation
12:00 am. Sat. NEEDED all unused books outgrown Dept. 372-1441... Femal. to work and you benefit. LOOKto UPHOLSTERY
books, and excess boons Wanted the future make a sound in ISM ".w. ism ft.
For ads to'go In Mon. paper- friends of the Library solicit MAN wanted far local wholesale vestment. See our top brand CM Free Estimates-nek rP and
Sports Equipment 1pm. sal.Minimum. your help for their Used Book milk route. Must be married. ARTIST. Commercial. Experienced tom made 12 WIDES at 10 delivery
( ad 4 lines) Sale. Bring your books to Gainesville bondable. previous experience ege all phases Illustrations. Layouts WIDES prices. I yr. financing
Furniture Public Library or call FR 2135 and high school graduatepreferred. Paste Ups Copy. Excellent available. Lake Geneva Trailer
Nursery 2-1061. Apply 204 S. W. 5th detaiier. neat accurate personable Sales on' Rt. 100. I mile S. E.
St. Phone 3741512. of Keystone Heights. Open eve FREE ESTIMATES ea
Vacuum Cleaners 8 Baby Sitters Child c.re nings and Sunday. end
FAMILY RATES CABINET a. Mill MAKERS.Work, Custom Inc. has Cabinet Immediate WAN TED days work as maid. FURNACES Quality

1 Insertion .......... Sic tine WOULD lJtn* care forcfilWTvi openings for cut-out men, FR 2.3836 after 5 CONNOLLYMobile Central AirConditioners
yrs. old or older In my home. assemblers formica t
Fishing Equipment 3 Insertions .......... 22c line so that my little boy will have driver. Call to arrange men for truck interview WANTED part time work. Expert.once bedroom Home mobile Sales homes.Inc. 2 & 3

Insertions .......... 17c line a playmate. Nice playroom and 372.350* daytime or 372-0070 insurance clerk also legal! floor plans. 7 year financing.Many I .
Call 374-M77
Building Materials 12 Insertions .......... 14c line big Phone fenced 3726623.in yard. Meals served. after P.M.INSURANCE i experience. Drive out today. 3 miles South .
AGENT for local of Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph.
Wanted Mole 1.
17 Work
; Machines TINY TOT agency prefer person with some 37Oil by jSJL
Washing Total charge computed by insurance experience, must :JUNIOR' in" Engineering needs part .-
multiplying total lines x rate PLAY have car 4. be over 21. Compensation SERVICE Best in equipment using" Internally
SCHOOLVisit time Job to rem ai in school. CALLS i
$5
earned x number of insertions. depends on applicant. Reply Cart Bill at 37S-24M insulated ducts designed ,.,
Heating Equipment S Five letter words per line M and 1M tor young Box U9.A care ef Gainesville Heating Air Conditioning engineered and Installed
I 7SE th St. FR 4-/t04. Sun stating qualifications.' I Refrigeration Service j
fOR I 18 Schools & Institutions ContractorAny byALL ...
Musical Instruments KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE CLAIM ADJUSTORDue make or model window AIR AMERICAN CONDITIONING HEATING CO. ....'
t
Day .
: wk. or mo. Old Ntwberry LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING units and
8 Point Rd. Planned to "unprecidented growth t DEVELOP confidence e r- household appliances.
programs. Pick up v Also PH. 376-8258
we clean Ii
Camping Equipment Same at Littlcwood expansion. Allstate has excellent technique heaters. .
as 2 lines ordinary type and Terwilligei come fear-apply practical
schools. Call FR 2-467. opportunity in the Gaines develop personality deserve Phone FR 2-5002 i It* NE Drtf Blvd.
ville area for e Casualty Adjuster 14 H.*r Service ,
--ban Influence.
recognition I y
Plumbing EquipmentChildren's 12 pointSame WILL keep children in my home with 2 to 5 yrs. csuam/ experience ._. .. .
day ---- ---
or night. Call 37t-2>20. A e Property AdJuster
as 3 lines ordinary type BS 25 experience.
with 2e 5 yrs. auto physical degree years ...
Playthings COMPETENT mother wttt car. Classes start Sept. 24. 7 t p.m. \
for children, reasonable In her damage adjusting experience. For information call Mrs. Rhea Attention Mobile Home Owners!
home at 'Or SE
Ut Ave. Phone
18 Point NEW FR 44481. These positions offer good starting 374-7724 after S pjn. or Hotel
Electrical AppliancesDogs salary opportunity for personal Thomas 372501. WORRIES'M
END
WILL baby sit in my home. FLA growth aV an outstanding employee HURRICANE FLOOD WATER

Cats Parakeets Same as 4 lines ordinary type ... VET.5Oc per 2. Sia hovr.weekly Call 2-6242 and $Satvrda benefit program. WANTED OWN YOUR OWN SITE FOR MOBILE HOME ,: :

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-' If you qualify. call or writ f. 11 LIVE HIGH ABOVE FLOOD WATERS OVER-

24 Pointl < 11 fEMALE HELP WANTEDBOOKKEEPER details Wilkerson bi. Personnel confidence Dept.*c J. P.O.D. I.M. lAd 1.r.N. LOOK LOVELY PARADISE LAKE. SHARE

r ; ECRET ARY Box 1124!, St. Petersburg, Fla. ef IMPROVED BEACH AND FUN AREA

as S lines ordinary type Knowledge of bookkeeping essen 25 Minutes from Gainesville. Other "..,
will sell it faster high end .
Nothing ; tial. Must type end take S. H. ALLSTATE Gainesville Nursing
/ Salary 4000. Apply In person to dry lots Just 15 minutes distance.
Center. ....
ND Mrs. Hinton, Gainesville Florida INSURANCE CO.
Federal Campus Credit Un- PHONE JOHN C. BIRD
IFF. ton" BWg "J". U of F. :

than theGAINESVILLE WAITRESSES WANTED. Manor KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .
Restaurant. Apply la person 2325

Same es 7 tines ordinary type WAITRESSES W. University WANTED.Av*. Howard LOST 'I i 473-4709 Very Generous Terms '.:'


Johnson's Resteurant pleas apply
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,, bi person to 2S30 N. w. urn .u.
SUN The GabieavOJ Su,111 St, '
not be
responsible/ more than one WANTED experienced watreeet! Buy The Best At Northwest .
incorrect In rtIon, nor win It USED I all shifts. Larry's Restaurant. DARK RED MALE
be liable tor any error In advertisement 1225 W. Univ. Ave. ,

to a greater extent WANTED experienced wattms. 54X10 '-:
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than the cost of the space occupied Appfy Hwmpry Durnpty* Restate COCKER SPANIEL
WANT ADS rant 31 NW T3H St ,
by the Item In the advertisement. EXPERIENCED DOUBLE DOOR REFRIGERATOR ::,
waitress wanted
No adjustment wnt
Must be ever n. Call FR 2-MM, PRIVATE DINING ROOM
be mad on errors that do not Manaro's ..,
Restaurant 2129 Haw
materially effect the value of thorne Rd. Weak from .i illness. No collar.. If found I It COMPLETELY FURNISHED INCL "
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'-' the advertisement. CURB WAITRESSES day and I WHEELS, STEPS ETC.
: : > I night shift to* dead olive please call "
wooes. Aped
<-\ ;< "A"S'- or : I
In person", Jerrys Restaurant. II -
2311 S. W. Ihb.St.EXPERIENCED $
CALL TK* Gainesville Sun reserves ,I $5859 MONTH ...,....
the privilege of revising or refecting Dry cleaning
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presser. Appnr "i
person 0ftIY'to
any advertisement which '. t One Hour. Martinains, 31* i FR 6-5492 I II
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: : 376-4672 change It deems the eblectionabi da Itlatrolt,and of any t* .; MATUR..rn N. W. Jth St. live;to home j Northwest Trailer Sales '.'

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32 Mobile>>; Homes For Sale 34 Waterfront Property 35 Houses for Sal!
35 Houses for :Sale 35 Houses for Sel. 35 Houses for Sole
: 35 House' for Sol! I
with rx 1.50 baths.2 BR S300 front and back and Cedar Key Shoresfine THREE bedroom 2 bath CCB. 3 bedroom. I bath, 6-room frame FOR THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE 11 GAINESVILLE'SYEARS !
take equity traverse rods. $750 down pay REAL NICE 2 BR. or can be usedas house close in. nice neighbor- FREDARNOLD EVERYTHING. .EXCEPT a
mo. Phone over FR payments 2-6062.. of US per homesites from $2250 $83 per mo. 4006 N.W. 21st Drive 3 BR house In excellent loca hood. Ig. shady lot $9,950. House with charm. beauty cypress .
otf 39th Ave. tion. Nice corner shaded lot. Terms. Walter Stubbs Inc. Ph. panelling. family room. AHEAD COMMUNITYBY
.... 1954 X 37 2 bedroom trailer ttb non-waterfront from $1510 HIGH and dry N. E. section 4 BR. with garage. Total price $11.500 374-5394. parquet floors. Japanese s h Utters -
& shower real good condition. 2 baths. built-in oven and range FHA financing available. Phone skylights. .near Univ. IP
Ideal tor UP students; $1500. FR Marina LocationsINVEST refrigerator low down payment. owner 372-7401. IT'S A FACT (. Yonge. Designed by archi
4-1887._ : facilities needed here $96.63 per mo., Incl. taxes and tect. For Information call FR 2-
1964 59 x 10 Chittasatl 2 BR Will insurance. Day FR J-3581, night REDFRANKS Th down payment can be arranged .- 0328.
.. seu for small equity and assume Motel Locations FR 2.55A& REALESTATEMORE to suit the Buyer on this beau- REALTORFLORIDA IN THE BUTLER BROTHERS
9 payments. 779S.. tiful 3 BR, 2 Bath CB home at ADVERTISE
INVEST: accommodationsneeded HOUSE FOR THE MON 3669 NW 16th Ave. Brand New SERVICE DIRECTORY
BEFORE you buy see us for top M PARK
EY 1800 sq. ft. of living area on a wooded half acre lot. Cent.
quality In Mobile Homes. Approximately Plus attached garage. Superior heat & A-C. Elec. Kit. Call now Spacious three bedroom. 2 bath
"- 35 units to choose from. CCB Construction home on approx. Vi acre wooded
to
FAMILY WANTED 3 bed- see.
t. I. 10. 12. 20' width up to 6V In DAVID ANDREWS- rooms,, 2 large lot in most desirable north- UNUSUAL4Bedroom2Bath
length. 4 Br. 2 bath. Holly Forest Lg. baths. Big Llvingroom NOW'S THE-TIME
with fireplace west section. Hardwood floors. PALM VIEW ESTATES
lot. Cent. ht. & over 1800 sq. ft. entrance foyer .
.. Featuring Marletle. Hlllcresf Windsor REAL ESTATECEDAR living area. under $25,000. covert p'tio. Nice yard. 516. To look at one of the nicest central heat three air conditioning -
.. 000 with choice financing.. CI"CUSTOM homes available. 3 BR. 2 baths. units. Separate din inq
Park Manor. KEY 3841 or 3831 HIGHLANDS 4-0817. Just outside City on N. W. 39th room knotty piNt Florida rji<,,,. HOME

a 18 years In the Mobile Home WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD 3 BR, 2 bti like new. Cent. Mt. Ave. Large corner lot. Huge LR fireplace In liv:ng room. $27,500.
& BUILT and designed by with fireplace. See It and you'llwant $16,000 PLOW
air appraised $14500. Pricedat Suburban Heights
: Business Reg. Broker, specalizlng in SI3.ooo.INVESTME. I local architect with ultra modern it. SKYLINE HEIGHTS
LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE Florida Living in mind. Picturebook In bedroom Room
appeal three Living
: "SERVICE HAS BUILT AGE. 3 miles No. of DUPLEXThis S
Melrose .T Nearly 2700 so. ft. of living area two bath home, centrally Dining Room
.' OUR BUSINESS"BAIRD GR 5-2981. Duplex. frame. S.W. needs repairs Plus 3 car carport. Central heat Is a good buy. Extra nice in heated and air conditioned. Pan Master Bedroom-Dressing FHA DOWN PAYMENT
OVER 30 acres or lake front many near Downtown $11,500. & alrconditlonlng. Dream kitchen good location close In. The elled Florida room. Ideal kitchen RoomS NOTHING DOWN VA
::: MOBILE bearing pecan trees. Also 5 furnished TRIPLEX I with unusual eating a r. .. monthly income lustifies the with built-in range. oven, Family Room DenS
: houses with dock and deep Frame N. W. near shopping Striking entrance foyer & pat. price. If you want a good In- dishwasher and disposal. $22,000 2 Luxurious Bath Rooms Cost
well Many extras. On 10. Large lot In Libby Heights. with terms.COMFY $100 Closing
pump. renter. Mea 'fpairs. Sll.JQO. 3 vestment then phone right now good Push Button Kitchen
L HOMES Must be seen to be .
Lake appreciat
Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis to
br, 1 bath no-re & ga-age ept.. ed. $35,000. Call 6-0817. see. Laundry and Utility Room
-:: of Ocala! Jewelry Co. rear downtown neJs repairs UNIVERSITY and COZY Screened-in Swimming Pool
LAKE SANTA FE VIEW srooo., Claude, PA.. "Red" Franks Realtor Three bedroom home nestled Wall-to-Wall Carpet
:: Phone 6293300 Jet. 301 441 :9 BR Home nerds repairs. $4900. among the trees on beautifully
Excellent condition, Central Heat and
2 story country
home. 4 B R. 3 baths, some DUPLEX 7 N. E.' 1st St. Phone UB17 REALTY landscaped lot In Northeast sec Air Conditioning FERN WOOD MANOR
citrus well landscaped C B. Kit eqp. A.-C. un t!. $18- Member Multiple Listing tion. Extra large Florida room

E CONNOLLYMobile furnishings with house. $14,000 some BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH ttJ 1115 N., Main St. Ph. 3724351W. with fireplace.kitchen. Terrace dining area with pleasant lots FRED MASONPHONE
terms. 400Mary By investing in a U. S. Steel Home M. Munroe Realtor of privacy. $15,500.CLEAN .
Moeller built in this area by Associates: 512,250 up
'III! LAKE GENEVA ALACHUA HOMES. INC. S. E. McLaughlin. Frank Roby
Neat 2 BR home. kit. and BR fur. Phone 376-0630 Roy AAeCann. T. C. Douglas Jr. and BRIGHT FR 2-8340-FR 2-3182
nishings. 100' lake front. White RealtorMember Model Home Opening every Sun. BY OWNER, heat & air cond. Freshly painted 3 bedroom 2 bath Our
cen. Ask. About
from 1 home with parquet floors. Ayail.aboe I FHA
sand beach large oak trees. 110, P.M. 5 P.M. beginning Vft bath. 3 BR. family. living. $400 DOWN
to qualified FHA for
000 terms. Mu'llple LU.'itg August, 16. 3331 N.W. 28 PL dining rm., large kitchen builtin $450.00 down and approximately Buyer Trade-in Plan NOTHJNG DOWN VA
1019 Compare cost with all ether 3 .
W. University FR 4U471 appliances. Large garage. $8700 month. Seller will
MELROSESituated per
Home amid towering oaks, E. W. Moeller Associates Foster Kesler bedroom homes.,"YOU'LL 2 bath,BUY fully IT air EVERY condo 2-4518.3468 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR pay Buyer's loan costs. $100 Closing Cost
charming country home. Llv, TIME."
If' room, W.fireplace. din. room. Dick Durbin Sharon Grant 160 MO. 2 BR large kit. liv. rm.. 'I.' !. ,. $-rrl6
E Sales I Fla., room 3 BR, IVi baths. bath and back porch. Small down ARNOLDREALTY -..;!- .J. o/
large porch guest house ser JWK I.mme'diateOccupancy payment to one with good credit. FROM /J' PER MONTH
vants quarters. hot house garage 1704 NE 1st Ave. Call 372-1537. COMPANY .KINGS BERRY

small citrus and pecan groves MUST SACRIFICE lovely 3 BR Multiple Listing Member ------ WALK TO SCHOOLS
E oaks and trees. 40
palm Shy
: GRAND 372-8404 home In Westmorland. Only 15. 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 HOMESTake
acres. due to death, sacrifice
I 000. with $700 down. It features Associates:
$25,000 terms. ONLY $10,75000 will buy a nice
Ig. floored attic. Fla. rm. Jim Sheppard Jane Caldwell choice of
.. three bedroom home. Convenien estab. lawn. fenced back & Jimmy Greene Bob KalkmanF. your over
yard. OR
ACREAGE tly located in the Northeast. this CHOICE 90 beautiful brick WATER PENETRATION
two. three and four bedroom W. Hodge Walter Stoddard
luxurious shrubs. See at 4055 NW
29 acres. some timber well septic house can be handled for $350.00. homes at convenient loca homes NU
OPENING tank. highway frontage, 1200'. plus prepaid Insurance and tions. Quality construction plus 12th Ave. or call 372-0089. Kingsberry DRAINAGE PROBLEMS.
Close to Starke $6,000 term;, approximately $47.00 per month. bonus features such as: real I NEW ROBINSON HEIGHTS. out of
$5,000 cash. with new FHA financing. plaster walls fully sodded lot. city limits. 3 BR, 2 bath study. STEPHEN FOSTER I
EASY to buy three bedroom two lifetime terrazzo floors. GE central double carport. family room, $9,000.to $30,000
RENTALSLake bath house In University neigh- heat adaptable to A-C GE built In kitchen. Cent. heat & 2 HEIGHTSLocated ALL CITY SERVICES
: Thur. Fri. Geneva turn. home. 3 BR, 2 borhood. Owner will cooperatewith built-in oven and range, a I 11 I ton air cond. $14,500 $1000 down
baths lease S125 per mo. qualified buyer In arrang. brick fronts rustic gas lamps $8? mo. 4120 SE 14th Ter. Bud at NW. 37th Place & as little as
LAKE SANTA FE ing a down payment of.$1,000. sidewalks, swim club member Robinson FR 22984. 6th St. New brick homes under NO MONEY DOWNon
: Sat. Central heat Florida room. ship. construction. Pick your own
2 BR 2 baths. barb-que house.
beach dock, boat house $150 oak flors. space for two colors etc. VA & FHA Terms. your lot DIRECTIONS : Drive West on
cars and built In kitchen No cash down VA.Low OFFERED BY BUILDER
: Located at Jet. lease. will delight you at $17- by 16th Ave. Turn
3 Bedroom. 2% bath home.
FHA down.
J U.S. 441 WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD OVER AN 500.ACRE In Kirkwood. Gra- Also conventional financing. Show house ,at 3321 'N.W. 28th Capital Builders Inc. Monthly paymentsas I Left on 38th St.

r.:.. & State Road 26 3 Reg.miles Real North Estate of Melrose Broker heat.cious two masonry baths -three home. central Move in Avenue.. Also 3 Bedroom 2 NW. 37th Place A 6th Street low as or. 39th Terrace.
bedrooms. Call 3720341 er 371-7711 $56.00
Hwy 21, Phone 475-2981 PLUS another bedroom and bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd

; Gainesville bath for guests. a relative or TomorrowVILLAGE Court. T. D. Zetrouer, Phone Several I new homes ready BUTLERBROTHERS
35 Houses for Sale for a study. Large screened FR 4-3848.
Phone 376-0571 for immediate
;; porch fireplace too. By occupancy.
.. appointment
New MOST attractive home only.for, less 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In
GREEN
: 33 LOTS FOR SALE Listing than $17.00000 Three bedrooms. ADMIRE SHADOWLAWN THE JAMES CO.
two baths. NW. and features
., SPACIOUS 3 bedroom V/i bath ESTATESF.
24 ACRE WOODED HOMESITES masonory home with 16* x 32' Florida room. fireplace walled THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN D. OLIVER 901 Waldo Rd.
patio. Occupancy after 60 NO WAITING TO QUALIFY.
SWIMMING
POOL Located in
Minutes West of Town off paved OFFERING Phone 372-2527
NW section lust outside the city days. By appointment only. WIMBERLY ESTATES
-0 road. $1,600 with low down payment Individual Styles For You BUILDERSDAILY
.. call Dick Robinson anytime limits. This Is an exceptional buyat LARGE beautiful lots In. Ridge- Evenings 372-6441
.. RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor $24,350.BLACK wood S-D at reasonable prices.All HUGHEDWARDS Lloyd Myrlck, Bldr. 9 Well planned living areas
... 11 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1359 Improvements paid. Little- 0 Quality material i workmanship Builders of
ACRES-ATTRACTiVe: :3 wood.Westwood section. Offering more qualityfor NIGHT 6-9048
2-9545
: V* ACRE LOT AND OR TRAILERFOR bedroom 1 bath masonry home J. W.KIRKPATRICK less money A community you would be Kingsberry Homes I
SALE. Vi acre Vt mile from spacious kitchen and large screen proud to live In
University irvcl. well' pump sto- porch. ON",Y $17.500 With 4700 INC.North W Uth Ter. eff NW. 39th Drive West on N.W. 39th -
tIC tank. work shop storage & DOWN.
study room, patio & 41 x 8 1954 Realtor Ave. Open Sundays at 2.0 or Ave. past the Glen Spring In- .
.. 2 BR New Moon trailer. Perfect LOVELY 3 bedroom 1% bath split 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 24404 Central Florida's Largest by appt. 372-5M* or J-WJ4. tersection. See sign on left. I
for married students. Call FR 6w level masonry home located In ASSOCIATES Builder and Developer FR 20864.COMPARE.
8310 or FR 6-2369. the NW section lust Inside the Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell Furnished .models at 2909 NE 15th .
1 acre lots N.W. 39th Ave. 13000. city HmiM. ONLY $15250 with Capt. A. W. Reece USN Ret. St.3767S71. II IIIUUlllmllllR1IIIIIIIII DR 99thsmmliBroffim00thmmm. Three Bedroom Homes
$700 DOWN. Levis Kirkland = -
UP N.W. 16th Ave. $4500 up. Ben Griffin
Acre lots S. W. of Town $1200. OCALA block, 3 BR,.2 bath, Irg. NEW HOME FOR SALE !

: Mary Moeller, HUGE home 2 with story 2 sleeping frame 4 porches bedroom located Ing open-beam& family ceiling.room paneled with fire-din- BR 2 bath BY,BUILDERS central heat & air i I I II in Court Manor

; Realtor ONLY at$16,000 214 NE with 5th $1.200 Avenue.DOWN! built-in Dlace. Irg.kitchen.fenced-In 372-3130 back or yard 461- pointment.conditioning.3300 May NW be seen 28th by Ave.ap Highland
Phone 37-2251. = =
1019 W. University Ave. FR 4-4471 John 1483.
Merrill THESE HOME VALUES I
,. 2Va ACRES. high and dry. 10 minutes GLADYS $79.34!
.' from town. Low. low down Realtor Start at only
payment. low monthly. Call FR ADVERTISE THE I BEFORE YOU BUY I
2-4949 Monday thru Friday. MUI.TIPLE LISTING SMITH -
PHONE FR 2.1494 SERVICE DIRECTORY =
.. The following are now under
ACRE lots for sale. ASSOCIATESM4RCELLA PARDIW.H.BUCKHANNAN 3725393Idylwild I SAVE! construction and will be ready '
Phone 372-4416 : == for occupancy aoonl5wuiwluI04mBwwwwH..sl..llulwii That's right-you can buy a new threebedroomhome

grade school.- Walking Beautiful distance lot of 3 brm.new 1IIIIIIIIIIBb.-IIIltltlllltlltltlummnnnm The following are ready for I in Highland Court Manor for as little as

2 FHA bath financing.contemporary home. New I occupancy. == .$79.34 per month including insurance and taxes t

: 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. 3310 N.W. 30th PI. and built-in Tappan oven and range with hood,
Near Finley extra lovely 3 brm, 4 BR., 2Vi baths $1250 dn.. u
; x1D 2 bath home. Lovely location. S .SIM per mo, 3 BR, 2 bath $600 dn. $87 fan and filter. 1
Good financing ready for oc BMiiniinflniiiiiiiiiinnniHnininiiiniiniinniinSHOWN / per month. B

cupancy. 5 BY ADVANCE 4120&4121N.W. And. you get Kirkpatrick and Pierson's quality i

Tradition 3 brm. 3 bath home In APPOINTENT ONLY 19th Dr. construction too, including such items as Owens-
Finley area. A lot that has been 527 E. Univ. Ave.
landscaped with loving care. See Large comfortable home for 3 BR. 2 bath, $500 dn, $81 == Corning fiberglass insulation, Wolmanized pres-

.... jIAVE this terms.one. Good price good baths a large .family. 4 BR 4 per month. sure-treated lumber, custom built-in cabinets

.. up living room family and Wall-Tex in kitchen and bath.
room, parlor dining! room. 4119 & 4127 i vinyl paper
GLADYS SMITH 12 dinette screened porch. BR. N.W. 19th Dr. g
= kitchen, 2'!, baths down 3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn., $74 i Why not see for yourself? Our model home is open

... Realtor phone conversation necessary per month. daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday from 1:30. j
Associates: Anna Hinson =

: THIS WEEK'S IS ON Virginia 1221 Power W. University Caroline Ave.Noyes first.Norwood tIilBBInvlnnwDmmlgnhlflnmwIme !
SPOTLIGHT
Phone 372.5393 ALL OUR HOMES ARE Ii

FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON
.. !.Ifr LONG'S CAFETERIA approval possession you can and have ownership Immediate of i Hope SEEING ANYTIME IF .

-.. on W. Univ. Ave.. the best value house for sale In "H" l Inc. YOU WILL JUST CALL

_;._, conditioning.NE Gainesville.Paneled 3 BR family with room air We Trade Homes 1123 SE. 4th STREETFR Sales Office NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr. Phone 372-3471
Long's Cafeteria offers a convenient location for not joining living-dining area for extra
only student diners but also downtown business people spaciousness. Electric range I or Propertyii1'II1IIIII11I1IIIIIIIIIIUlntntIlUlllmi 6-5301 or FR 4-7989

: ; 0; and shoppers. Good food fast service and free and dishwasher.enclosed by Back 7 yard ft. hedge.completely _'_.u_ ..__.......!..._.'"___....amnnmmmeffimouffiomllnEsfiESntDkrwg '"_...__..__.....___.,_u___,__IIIIifj_
;; parking are the prime reasons people enjoy eating Call 376-6147 for appt. to see at
,- .-- at Long's. 2213 NE 7th Ter. Gainesville's newest and most

-' ... Long's is well known for it's large choice of meat PARRISHPRESENTS t f luxurious apartment building .. More People Have Bought

entries, vegetables & fruits. LAKESHORE

,- Open 7 days a week their serving hours are _

from 11:15 A.M. to 2 P.M. and 4:30 to S P.M. TOWERS Hugh Edwards Inc. HomesIn

Owned and operated by Palmer & Sue Long tha ,

cafeteria has had 12 years experience in serving the FOR RENT: 2 bedroom home In
public good food. N. E. location. Living roam NOW LEASING Northcentral Florida Since

Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT Unfurnished.FOR dining room. and screen porch.


RENT: 4 bedroom, 2 bath 1945 Because They Recognize
DINING CAFETERIAS I home In N. E. Central heat and
DINING-DANCING air conditioning. Unfurnished.

;. GENERAL GAINES LONG'S CAFETERIAServing COCKTAILS LOOKING for a home-business location TRUE VALUE
STEAK hours 11:15 t.l 2 P.M. and -drive by 314 N. Waldo
-.. ROOM 4:30 P.M. til $.00 P.M. 7 daysa UNIVERSITY INN Road. This house has 1023 sq.
Featuring U.S. Prim. and Choice week. Charcoal Steak Room Smorgas- ft. of floor space located on a
;. steaks prepared to your taste 313 W. University Ave. board. Cocktail Hour 5 to 7. 2 corner lot. Zoned BA1. 2-3-4 BEDROOM HOMES
on our open hnrth. Holiday Inn. drinks for the price of 1. Dan
IMP_SW. 13th St. FR .266. ing 'til 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffins EXCELLENT. northeast location
:: BILLIARD'SCUE Combo & Richard Parkers orchestra. this 2 bedroom. sleeping porch
ITALY IN GAINESVILLE? 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR '-2<<2. home priced to sell with low IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
: Dine by candlelight In the delight. STICK BILLIARDS down payment and Immediate i
.- ful atmosphere of Italy THE ORLEANS occupancy.
Fun for not only young men ,
MANARO-S RESTAURANT Happy Hour S to 7 P.M.
BUT too.
specializes In Lasagna Pizza. young women Dancing to the music of the Cobras ATTRACTIVE. traditional 3 bed-
'- and other delicious Italian Food. Bring your dates Wed.. FrL & Sat. room. 2 bath home-living room
:.:_ 2120 Hawthorne Rd. 5-11 P.M.t. Open 10 AM. tB 12 P.M. to perfection nights.Steaks in the separate dimngroom. I e v e 0 y NO MONEY DOWN i
905 N. Main Street with 10-
fireplace
:- 372-4490 Closed Mondays. 4560 Steer Room.NW 13th St. 376-flf family cated ht room Black Acres. LUXURY FEATURES' INCLUDE: v A Village \\j(' $reeit

NOW OPEN Alan's New CONVENIENT walking distance Swimming Pool S Recreation Room :
-- MR. SANDWICH SHOP to J. J. Flnley schools and Univ. Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat

..... Featuring Across from our own Univ.roast Post beef Office sandwich ADVERTISE IN THE BOWLING of room Florida.homes' Two priced nice to three sell with bed- Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards, Inc.

:=- In I Storage Lockers Garbage Drop ChuteS
natural gravy. 53 cents. BOWLING at Its finest at nice large lots. 376-7971
It The best roast beef In town." PALM LANES Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks i
= DINE & DANCEDIRECTORY Open every night for your- en- QUALIFIED buyer F.H.A. financing 3 Elevators O/ ; r/?
SHELLEY'S Home of the Original -3 bedroom new concrete _
ITALIAN SANDWICH ioyment from AJ4.< te 2 AJA. block homes. Outside city lim Priced from $13,90017,250 k
.... Dial 3724582 Free nursery service. its. Only three left. PHONE 376.4456 Ad
.
for fast free delivery. 2606 Waldo Rd., 374<54 ,

;.. Also pizza & your favorite ADVERTISE IN THE M.PARRISH. FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT Sodded Lawns
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: new store at 1608 NW 1st Ave. I SERVICE DIRECTORY (24 Hour Service) '. Swim Club i _ _
SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 IlL 5 DAILY

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I 19 NE First Street
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Friday September 18, 1964 Gainesville Sun 17

35 Houses for Sol 35 Houses for Sal. -- 4S Houses for Rent Unfurn. 64 How? ,hvl4 Goooa 66 Misc. For Sale 66 Misc. For Sale
43 Colored Property

HIGHLAND COURT, 4 BR, 2 baths BY OWNER, immediate possession, THREE bedroom 2 bath house BUFFET hutch with glass walnut FOR SALE 'by married student air
Fla. rm.. wall to wall carpet liv- financing arranged. Not in a HOMES FOR SALE with Fla. room. built In range _finish. Price $50. Ph. 3727974. sled with Wysconsin engine. FOR SALE maternity wardrobe
ing 'room, air condition. Phone protect. Call 372-8401, days or 2 & 3 bedrooms. SE 14th St. & N.W. Section. $120 per mo. Phone Phone 374-4774 or 374-9721. sizes 10 &. 12 phone 374-2015.
THE. TIME IS NOW. 372-5347 or 372-2080. 374-2748 evenings to see our 7th Ave. Small down payment. 448-1177 Waldo. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested COMPLETE testing equipment and
1800 sq. ft. 4 BR, 2 bath. CCB monthly payments S57 to S45. and Guaranteed
.._home at 929 NE'lOth PL Also homes built on your lot 3 BR 1 bath $150. 1937 NW 2nd 42 Refrigerators from $39 up GOOD clean GE Fllterflow Deluxe manuals for radio shop. Hicks
washer. Call FR 2-2434 after
FORDYCEREALTOR Ave. Phone 374-3401.
.
9
Ranges from $39 up .
with no down payment. Ph. 3:00P.M. Radio and Appliances.RAMBLERS
NEWLarge FR 2-4125. THREE bedroom house with stove 17 Washers from Sit up
and refrigerator furnished. Available > Dryers from $49 up
2-story home In new restricted New, Quality Hugh towards built last of Sept. 1311 N.E., 14th 2 Food-Freezers from $9f up
Do You Have A Room Apartment residential area. Has 4 bedrooms home. Three bedrooms. 1 bath. Ter. $115 mo. on lease. Wese- 2 Dishwashers from..., up
2 baths upstairs; living, As low as S43. per month with man Realty FR 4-2472. I 10 TV Sets from $35 up
t INVESTMENT dining kitchen family room. $2,000 down or will arrange termsto I JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO.
Or House to Rent? 6 bedrooms 3 baths. over 4400 study. & powder room down suit buyer. Located 443 NE 2 BR house for lease. $125 per 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303
stairs. Immediate occup a n e y.
me. Located at 815 NW 20th St.
of living AU 15th Street.
sq. ft. area. completely
furnished and ready to Phone FR 2-8965 W. P. Ridge- Hugh Edwards Inc. Contact owner at 905 NW 20th St. DISCOUNTPRICES

move In. Call Fordyce 374-1234. way. Phone 374-7971 3 BR, t bath, CCB house cent.

CLEANFour LOTSI heat stove walking distance Lit.
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS LARGE Interested in buying tlewood Westwood. $120 m r. 4
3 BR m bath with study and bedroom, 2 bath home In am lots at the right price.several Call- Avail end of Sept. 410 NW 35th '
Fla. room. Cent. heating. 1400 choice N.W. location easy walk- 372-4125. Ter. Phone 374-1374. We undersell everybody.
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit sq. ft. Only $500 down and $89.16 ing to Littlewood School. New .
3 BR. 2 bath screened porch. dinIng HENDRIX
mo. can put you in this one. Seter paint inside and out terrazzo
43-1 COLORED RENTALS schools. $120 per
pays closing costs. Call For- floors built In range and oven roomnear FURNITURE CO.
central heat, beautifully woodedlot mo. on lease. 1428 N.E. 14th 54.
dyce 376-1236. NW 5th Ave. at 10th St.
COLONIAL and established lawn. 3708 NOW RENTING FR 6-2387 after 6.
ABOVE
COST
OUR
CLEAN. used refrigerators for sale.
N.W. 22nd Place. Ridgeway Construction
styled. walled patio. wall to wall
COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex 49 Rooms For Rent Phone 372-5002.
Co. 372-8965 372-6624.
carpeting. 4 BR 2V* baths with or
apartments large living and
Here's what your VacancyCOSTS YOU 1650 sq. ft. Very large lot in NW dining area, modem kitchen with FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks. 30
area. Good terms can be arrang. McKINNEY fan, large storage closets terrazzo NICELY furnished Private entrance gal. with gas heater attached also
ed on this $22.300 home. Call I floors. tile baths space heater bath and parking space. 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete
J f EVERY DAY until it is rented : Fordyce 374-1236. and hot water heater faclil Excellent heat business man or with gauges 2 crane shallow -
GREENDEATON graduate student. 1514 NE 7th
ACREAGE ties for washing machines and well pumps. Inquire Lewis 5'0FINANCING
4 P. M.
St. After
' 120 acres of permanent pasture. paved streets. See at N.E. 26th Jewelry Co.
IF fenced and cross fenced water REALTORS Ter. or call for appointment 372- 2 separate bedrooms suitable for 1962 KENMORE range excellent
RENT
IS
: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: and partially wooded. Only $250 EXCLUSIVE 5321 or 372-5322. couple or students at 1441 SE condition. $100. Call 372-3451 aft.

per acre. 35th St. or call 372-7312 or FR er S P.M.EXCEPTIONAL.
$40 mo $1.33 day LOTS Unmistakably this fine home Is designed 44 Cottages for Rent 2-3905 bet. & 10 p.m.
per . .
't per Trailer lots $20 down and $20 a for those who value quality VALUE. Must sell
beyond price Located In a ROOM FOR MEN STUDENTS 115 almost new full size electric
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day month.FORDYCE restricted and unexcelled neighborhood 1 BR turn cottage on Santa Fe NW 10th St. Private entrance, range. Perfect condition. $60. Call'
Lake all electric, tiled shower.
3 large bedrooms connecting bath parking area, 372-M81 er see at 3835 NW 13th
& ASSOCIATES. INC. V/i colorful baths Sunken living ISO per month. Phone 372-5458 or maid service and phone. Pt.REUPHOLSD.
$55 per mo . $1.83 per day Multiple Listing Realtor room with pink marble fire- 3728169.
place. Wall to wall carpeting 50 Mobile Homes Bahama lounge
Borker
Grace Fordyce. Large paneled Fla. room with 45 Furnished Apti. Cedar wardrobe. coffee table. Available all New & Executive
Associates on
J $60 per mo . $2.00 per day Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden fireplace Many other attractive 2BR trailer for rent.'ide'rf blond drop leaf table and 4
features You will be surprised ONE bedroom, kitchen, screened chairs apt., size electric range
J. C. Gay Dick Banks couple or two students. Can be Driven 1964 Ramblers.
;
and other house-
3-pc. glider set.
, I $65 per mo . $2.16 per day Frances Hough Sarah Goulden- when and excited this as we home were porch bath 419 NW 2nd Ave., seen at SE 72nd St. Phone 372- hold Items. Nearly Nu Furniture
you see quality $55 month. EFFICIENCY. 3505 1521.
926 W. Univ. 374-1234
t I 318 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-4892-

i $70 per mo . $2.33 per day FOUR BR, 2 bath. CBS FHA fi- Call for appt. FR 23617. duplex NW 17th for St.male, S45 students.month. 1010V Also) ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH. 61 WESTINGHOUSE refrigerator ONLY FOUR EXECUTIVE DR.IVENRAMBLERS J

nancing. $91-27 per mo. Only $450 NEWSFlASHThe Call McKinney for lady to share home with a cross top freezer, 10 cu. ft. $90.
W. Univ. Ave. S90
mOo widow. On bus line. Phone 372-
down to qualified buyer. Seller .
Phone 376-8909.
$75 mo $2.50 day location of this fine Realtors. FR
per per pay closing cost. Call 312- A81 for property Green 4766. I
I appt. to see. 1806 N.W. 38th Ter. is news worthy it Is within EFFICIENCY APARTM NTS. $SO 66 Miic .For Sato.

II I $80 per mo . $2.66 per day BY OWNER concrete block 3 bed walking and the distance University of In Finley a most School desired month. Phone 444-3448.: 51 Misc. Rentals LEFT 3 WITH AIR CONDITIONING]

rooms, 2 baths, large convenient. neighborhood. It Is newsworthy CLEAN 1 bedroom apartmentacross QUAILS for sole live or
1 i I rI $85 per mo . $2.83 per. day See at 1617 NW 10th Ter. because of its excellent from Campus. couples on- TRAILER SPACE dressed. Phone 481-2674.
FOR
condition and has lots of RENT.
space ly. Can 372-2830 for details. '
$20 MONTH '63 RAMBLER 4 door 770". 40 RAMBLER Station wagon.bucket 4
A STEALBY 3 BR, 2 bath Dining and
; $90 $3.00 Newberry Trailer Park, CUSTOM buIlt bar rattan and bamboo seats. radio. heater, door cross country. radio. heat-
i per mo. . per day Fla. room Garage It is situated I
OWNERMUST on a beautifully shaded lot- 46 Unfurnished Apts. Newberry Fla. W-glass top, shelves rattan I twin floor shift. .. ... $1795 en------------------------- $"5
bar .
I stools and back bar $65.Melrose

I $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day sacrifice 3 bedroom 2 It realistically Is news worthy priced -because This It nice Is UNFURNISHED duplex convenientto 51-A Wanted To Rent 475-2981. I '63 FORD Galaxie "500". 2 dr.. '48 CORVAIR 2 door.

bath, large Fla. room large living property won't be on the market campus. 3019 SW 34th Way. .22 REVOLVER $25. 25 auto $25. hardtop automatic transmisheater.. ......._............ $795
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day room dining room, built-in long Take advantage of this S4S per month. Water furnished of 2, WANTED to lease in Sidney' Lan- Colt Buntline $$50. .357 Mag. sion radio. heater power
I kitchen convenient to shopping opportunity Don't wait Call no kit. equipment. Family ler or PK Yonge school area. $60. Leica 3C camera $50. Phone steering power brakes. air I" CHEVROLET C passenger
center and schools. Must see- FR 2-3617. or 3 only. FR 2-9903. 3 or 4 BR house. Call 376 7401. 3724178. conditioned, white with red Instation wagon, automatic trans-
the value. No qualifying.
to appreciate. Low down payment. Original EFFICIENCY apt funu, private OLD SILVERTONE vtetrola records terior new tires. ... $249 mission radio. heater. .$119

; CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR price $21,600. price now ASSOCIATES bath & entrance. AU utiltles turn 53 Office-Desk Spate back to 1910, picture frames '63 CHEVROLET 2 door. 6 cyU ,
$18,845.78. $500 down. LocatedIn j I. Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. $40 mo. Located at 2225 NE 7th gifts. brlc+brac. old tlmey things ,, FORD Station wagon auto-
St. 372-2128. TWO offices, lust completed, first misc. At automatic transmission, radio. matic transmission.| radio, heat-
J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire furniture picnic tables.
: 21st nice Ave.NW Phone section FR at 2-2633.1321 NW Multiple Listing DUPLEX 2 BR CB. Ig. lot. utility class. 360 sq. n. to each office, Treasure Chest, Fairbanks, IVi heater .. .. .. .. 1MS er, clean. .-..... -......... $.9J

;i SUN RENTAL WANT ADS rm., $80 mOo Avail. Oct. 1. 724 $75 per month each. Located miles north of airport. '62 CHEVROLET Impala, 2 dr..
TWO 2-bedroom: frame houses low 37 Real Estate Exchanged NW 19th Ave. 372-8929 after 3:00 2615 N.W. 6th St.. Nationwide hardtop. automatic transmls- '48 DODGE Station wagon. auto-
Insurance, FR 4-2524. SEARS Kenmore oil heater. 55.000
l down payment & low monthly. P.M. Shown by appt. sion. radio heater. 15,000 actual matic transmission, radio heat

Will sell separately or together. BTU like new. S75; gas stove $30 miles. . .... IUtS er. nice. ... ........ ....... W95
ANXIOUS See at 1334 NE 7th St. Ph. FR 6-
'20 & 926 N.W. 21st Ave. TO SELLI WAITI 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 54 Business Rentals 9805.

. FOR SALE OR RENT 1924 NW Have considered """* LARGE Shop building. Long term NO MONEY DOWN
. you exchanging? REPOSSESSED
-- -- 34th Ave. 2 bedroom home. $40 FORDYCE & ASSC. Singer port. ZIgZag

f 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale unfurnished.19 and To 20.be shown September Realtor Ernest... ;Tew..... Realty.. Exchanger We rent.have Please several call nice Fordyce homes and for Ave.lease.FR Rent 4-5548.er sale. 2007 NE 27th in, sews and forward attachments.and reverse Round over bee- 'S7 STUDEBAKER door. $115 '5$ PLYMOUTH door. .. $59

USED 2906 N.W. 13th St.3744461.. Assc. 374-1234 for further Infor- FOR LEASE 10,000 sq. ft. store pins and needles. $4 per mo. balance '$7 CHEVROLET 2 door. Ins '5$ OLDSMOBILE 2 door,
UNLIKE $34. Mike 's Sewing Machine
matlon. building. W. Univ. Ave. Price $800
I ANYTHING In Gainesville. This 3 2 BR. 1 bath frame house space 102 NW 20th DRIVE livIng 38 Real Estatcd Wanted per mo. Call Hershall Haynes. Service. 815 W. Univ Ave. 378- . $258 hardtop. .. . .. .. 1245
heater $7.500 $400 down. $65 2 Ig. rooms, 1 small bedroom SANTA FE LAKE furnish e d. FR 6-2641 or B. F. Mliell, FR 1355. 55 METRO 2 door.
with tremendous screened
2 b,
BR 1433 SE 1st ned Three 2-bedroom houses. modernand
mo. Ave. Bud RobInson rm., dining rm. S.CT e e 4-7551.
t 15 x 48 patio: Is a dream.distinQulshed FR 22984. porch. Someone connected with LISTINGS WANTED clean. Couples only. GR 5- DO IT YOUR SELF Formica '54 CHEVROLET 2 door. $49 '$1 FORD door. ..... Ut5
subdivision huge lot. the Univ. would love living here. Have buyers waiting for farms 5373- SMALL warehouse for rent. top 18X20" boards $1.
t I You'll enloy seeing It. Still time BY OWNER. Property appraisedat and small acreage. DAN BYRD Make table. cutting board. veg.bns. .
colors. Call THREE bedroom 2 bath house on
to pick your own etc. Gainesville Auto Top
i $24,000 owner will sacrificefor CALL
Silver Lake Keystone. 376-8268.
372-3727. HOME AND near
Shop.
I $22.500. Large lot. 2100
r sq. Angle Real EstateC. 376-2615.
, ft.. all large rooms. 3 BR, 2 SMALL business or office space located PLAYPEN, port-a-crlb high chair, RIDGWAYMOTOR
i baths, living room with panel $$ INCOME $$ U Angle Broker SANTA FE LAKE. CCB cottages in 1600 block West Unlver. buggy. an* other baby turn;
REPOSSESSION ing & fireplace. family room O. J. Angle, Associate modern. 1 efficiency and 1 two sity Ave. For more Information Chairs night stand. book case
3 Bedroom House separate dining room completely lot 4404 NW 13th St. 374-6927 bedroom avail. Sept. 8. Phone phone FR 4-3012. floor lamp rugs. Iron. camera,
equipped ultra-modern kitchen TWO houses on large corner GR 5-5375 Melrose. etc. All in good condition. Priced .
I CENTRAL HEAT FOR STORE & WAREHOUSE CO.
near schools and shopping area.
bookcases & fea
other
many 14 to 1-3 new price. Call FR
; $9900 tures. Can be seen at 4040 New- Live in one and rent the other. 40 Business Properties 4 BR home next to County Park space call John Merrill Realtor. 67915.
berry Blvd. FR 2-8931. One has three bedrooms and is on Hawthorne Rd. $100 per mo. 372-1494. 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
J $500 bown-$75 Per Mo. ready for occupancy. the other PROFESSIONAL MEN Call John Baldwin. FR 4-4201 or NEW furniture purchased. Will sell
2131 N.W.S5thTer. Is now rented. Call for complete FR 4-4405. 56 Business Opportunities. old Sunday School turn and
aetailloALACHUA benches cheap. Phone 372-8329. =
RF 2-1362 Own your own office property- 2 BR house and also rooms for =-

; REALTYAssociates Why pay rent? rent. Nice quiet neighborhood.Phone NEEDED CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew

FR 4-7577._ 25 diesel truck tractors not more and Used $60 NO STORM DAMAGED CARS AT
KINGSBERRYHOMES : We have 5 sites on N.W. 13th 3 BR, 2 bath house $150 per mo. than 2 yrs. old to lease for pull- Complete line of photo supplies
TOP EXECUTIVE & e Member Multiple Listing Street and N.W. 6th Street with Can be seen at 1445 N.W. 34th ing trailers In Central Florida. FULLER'S FOTO INC.
\ 635 N. E. 1st St. 376-2<<& buildings that can be convertedfor Place. Permanent lease, pay weekly. 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713
PROFESSIONAL CLASS ; Arie T. Smith Realtor All In- Call terminal manager 9 to 5.
your use. are good T-V antennas. $3 single stack $7
ONE bedroom house for rent. 1 ml.
f THE UNIQUECUSTOM Mabel Gore Associate vestments. Call Wayne D. Mason past Stengel Field on left die of Mon. thru FrL Winter. Garden. double stack $13.00 complete kit. B & G. MOTORS

! .;. BUILT HOME OFGAINESVILLE The Regency 3 BR, MOVING TO JAX? Ernest Tew Realty 376-6461 any. road. For further information. Fla. Phone 4542772.APARTMENT Jim Voyles 419 NW 8th Ave.
time.
2-bath contact FR 61467. BUILDING. 16 units DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY
entrance
I foyer GREAT .
0 Jamaica-style pace setter MOVING TO JAX? 3 BR house, NE section. nicely fairly new & modern. located at Chairs low as $8. No money
I, living roomS DR. LR, family room, GREAT trade opportunity. Will 41 Residential Income furnished, separate dining rm.. 1222 NW 8th Ave.. hundred percent down low as $5 per month. '63 Cadillac! sdn. DeVille A.C. $4495
Forty foot Florida roomS double carport central trade beautiful water front screened porch.. .Phone 376-8662 occupied grosses approx. Free estimates pickup and delivery ,

Luxurious master suite with hut GE kitchen full home Gainesville In Mayport home area or for property.your 4 loining Bedroom rental 2 bath property.home. Also 200 ad-ft. _Sat. 0" Sun. $13.000 al ability yr.and If you$20-25,000 have cash manager-thisIs teed. Phone service.3767786.NEW All work guaran '62 Cadillac, snd., A.C. . $3495
walk-in closets
dressing
brick on a large lot. 1736 a real opportunity. Call A. E.
room built-in vanity wall N.W. 39th Ave. 19000. Custom built for ferocious beach. frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Harp. FR 4-5574. and used chain saws, lawnmowers '61 Cadillac sdn. DeVille A.C. $2795
.
and shoe closetS living. Hugh Florida Room. Ave. Will sell together or sepa edgers. tampers light ,
Fabulous kitchen breakfast 10% down 122.00 per separate Family Room. .three rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- THREE BR I bath. 1242 NE 6th MONEY MAKER Neighborhood plants cable. Wisconsin Briggs
bedrooms. .three baths. .Of 4752. Ave. S90 mo. Call McKinneyGreen grocery now grossing over 40. '60 Cadillac sdn. A.C. $2195
utility room and workshoparea month. fice or den. .beautiful kitchen. 000 per year should da>> better. & Stratton. new and used mo . .
Realtors FR 2-3617. tors. Rental sales and service.
custom features. BEAUTIFUL COLONIAL HOMEIn PRICE of $45,000 Includes business -
Many. .Maey
Twenty-six foot closet wall Shaded by towering live oaks. the heart of Gainesville. Now FOUR BR 2W baths. large house store building. Inventory. 16th Meyers Ave.Power Phone Tools.374-3411.230 NE '59 Cadillac, sdn. . . $1595
I Guest suite with sunken tub Will trade or sell outright. Con has excellent Income. Could easIly and yard. Four miles from townIn PLUS 2 BR 2 Bath central heat-
I Paneled library with fireplace The Powell 3 ER, 1 \'i tact Hugh Edwards Inc., Allan be restored. Will consider nice secctlon. CaU FR 2-2448. ed residence plus another house HERMES portable typewrtier $25; '57 Cadillac "60" sdn. A.C. $795
suburban in ,
property or acreage
for rental for 6 to $80
oak Donman Sales manager. 3721551. plus space Lady Kenmore dishwasher ;
bath, floors carport, trade. 376-0969. 2 BR screened porch. Ig. yard for
7 trailer TERMS AVAILABLE.Call Cartop carrier $3; dinette t. 4
Two landscaped patios 1 central heat full brick THIS lease 9-1-45. $110 monthly. Avail- 56 Cadillac A.C. $395
select ona DON'T MISS chairs $15. FR 4-7448. cpe., . .
acre lot In most nice wooded lot. 1514 LOVELY HOMEAt 42 Farms & Acreage able now. Weseman Realty. 815 REDFRANKS REALESTATE
neighborhood TRULY NW 20th St. FR 4-2472. 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 374-0817 ONE carriage play pen & car '62 Olds '98" HIT sdn. A.C. $2595
. t) Scads of sky light so houseIs N.W. 34th PI. $14,000, Malore Gardens 3Vi ml. South Ranchettes, $5500. 7V acres S.W. bed. $5 ea. 2 Infant seats $3 ea. ,
Two 3 Br, 1 bath homes, N. W.
csheerful even In gloomy $500 down $36.49 per of Campus on 441. 3 BR. 2 baths beautiful t. restricted home sites. Fla. rm. $120 mo. 59 Money Wanted can 372-4258. 834 NW 11th Ave. "
'round com 62 Olds 98" sdn. A C
den for Dad. year $2395
.
weatherS .
month. fort. Priced right. Drive by. 3 Br. 1 bath. N. E. Fla. rm.. S125 BARBIE type doll clothes. many ,
This house Is Ideal for phone FR 2-4425 or FR 2-8334. 14.2 Acres. N. W. 39th Ave., aprx. I mo. RELIABLE persons wishes to borrow original styles. Priced lower "
lavish or casual entertaining WOODROW SEAYThe 500 ft. on Hwy. MARY MOELLER $2500. Balance needed above than commercial also Little Sister 60 Olds 98" HIT, sdn., 9.C. $1495
amount bank has financed. Write
Never have you seen so styles. 372-4512.
Master Builder 46 Acres Country Club area. Build- Box 585-A c/o Gainesville Sun. '
much cabinet and drawer Built and offered by er's opportunity. REALTOR SPECIAL 60 Olds"88"H/Tsdn. . $1295
space under one roof. LARGE HOME
Three-car garage. Total CCB. 3 LARGE BR 2 BATHS LG. 20 acres Farnsworth Rd. Paved. 101? W. University Ave. FR 4-4471 61 Wanted to Buy 30 T.V.high antennas.T.V. mast.50" antenna All channel wire. '59 Olds "88" H/T $995

square footage 6.000 under THE JAMES CO. LIVING RM.. DINING AREA UNFURNISHED BR home $110 75 guy wire. mounting bracket. cpe . .
roof DBL. CARPORT. LG. UTILITYRM. Mary Moeller Unfurnished 2 BR $60 COINS WANTED '
per mo. Stand offs everything you
Happy to show by appointmentonly. Phone 372-2527 office .. ON LARGE LOT 100 X 12?. Realtor per mo. Call 374-7444. AU U.S. and foreign silver need. 58 Olds "S88", H/T, cpe .. $695
LG. BAR-BE-QUE PIT WITH dollars, proof sets and 1955
Phone 372-6441 homeMcCOY'S ROOF. SE SECTION. PHONE 7 ROOM. 2 story,3 BR 1V4 baths. half dollars. Only $18.95Also '58 Olds sdn. A.C.
1919 W. University Ave. FR 4-4471
372-1987 3721386. $130.00 per mo. Garage. 555 NE REBEL STAMP & COIN SHOP channel master "Econo Kit" . . $695

, ------ FOR SALE 3 BR. 1 bath CCB! 80 ACRES 7th Ave. GR 5-5032. 809 W. University Ave. $12.WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER '58 Olds sdn.

home well landscaped completely South of Newberry and West of Hawthorne Rd. 372-3937 . . . .. $350

fenced total price $11,500. Call US 41. nicely rolling with beautiful -1 Want Ads CASH furniture.for your clothing used etc.appliances Call Wil- '57 Olds. sdn.
Sun WE WANT TO buy late model used A.C.
372-7437 or 374-7826. I large trees. Partly cleared liams Service Center, HawthorneRd. . . $395
refrigerators. Exceptionally
suitable for farm- High
pasture or .
FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 74 Ing. Several lovely home sites. 372-3937. .trade-ins now given. '56 Olds sdn
gal. fuel tank, 100 shrubs brick Only $120 per acre. Half cash INDIAN head pennies Lincoln dollars WILSON'S EXCHANGE Of . . $395

MACOMA HOMES INC. patio fenced yard, near elementary and 5 year terms. S. E. SAPP Get Results old style paper money and 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 64.09. '63 Buick SW A.C.
and junior high schools, REALTOR, W. A. Carlton, Jr. . . $3195
screened porch 3 BR 1 bath FOR SALE new Beautiful full
$500 If qualify FHA. length wedding dress and several '59 Buick H/T
down. you -- --- A.C.
In beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St. See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave. party dresses size 5, with matchIng cpe., . $995

adjoining city limits. NEWBERRY.SERVICES shoes size 4. Will sacrifice. '63 Chevy II Nova AT
Pnone 378-2468. . $1795
New Brick Homesby
The Charming Che Livable ELECTRIC typewriter $95. Under. '60 Chevy SW OD
RANCHO GRANDE TIKI wood office typewriter $55. Good . . $1195

3 bedrooms 2 baths, 3 bedroom. 2 bath, large Builder condition p.m. Phone 372-4738 after S '60 Chevy SW, AT . . $1095

study family living screened porch. beautifulroom
room 3 & 4 bedrooms. built-in kitchen FOR SALE 35 mm Argus C 3 '61
dining room oak family room oak parquet equipment cen. heat, VA no Home And BusinessAuto F-34 camera with case $20. Inquire Impala H/T sdn., A.C . $1595

parquet floor drapes infloors., drapes included. down payment. FHA from $700 2832 NE 11th Ter.ELLA'S '58

cluded. $30,000 10% $28,500 10% Down. down-no closing costs. CERAMICS Chevy V8 . . . .. $250

Down. Our 1964 Parade Home I I '61 Ford
Inc. sdn.
Builders.
4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave. Capital BulldozingSMALL UpholsteryUPHOLSTER Beginning new classes 9 AM. AC . . $1395
N.W. 37th Place & 6th street Mil 5 PJA. Closed Thursday. '

"PLANNING TO BUILD"Let OPEN HOUSE DAILY bulldozer loader dump 2145 E. Univ. FR -5548 61 Falcon, SW . . . $1095

Call "2 '" or "..,..LI trucks. fill dirt, lime rock. Top your furniture at United Center '
us give you an estimate on contracting your new Sewing 60 Ford
custom home. II soil. Phone 3727844.Mortgage reasonable Experienced.prices.FR 4-9888.Call Sally.4248 CLEARING OUT SW . .. . . $795

Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290 Broker N. W. 13th Ten.Remodeling. SEWING MACHINE '60 Ford, 6, ST . . . $595

Nite FR 6-5015 or 6-6502 I SUBURBANHEIGHTS REPAIRS '

located 23rd Blvd. MORTGAGE MONEY Unclaimed sewing machines. Just 58 Ford H/T, cpe. V8 . . $395
Office at N. Main Street and $'.* per cent interest. Terms to pay the bill & take machine ,

I. Gainesville's Newest Bur 25 years.- BUILD REFINANCECall DO YOU NEED Florida room extra White Singer Portable $12.88 S14.50 '57 Ford SW, V8 . . . $395
room more room, roof work
Prestige Address Free Westinghouse $ 7.50
'
Built'for Those Who Desire Don Byrd Ph. 3763875FHA or For maybe a free a complete estimate new t guaranteed home]? Singer Portable 14.95 61 Chrysler, sdn., A.C . $1495
Only the Best.N. White Zig Zag $24.50
W. 43rd & N.W. 17th PL and conventional at lowest work.. phone Carl C Standard $ 2.00 '62 Imperial H/T sdn. A.C.
Built by Four of Gainesville's current rates. Terms to 25 _Waters 372.801.EXPERIENCED. Necchl $18.50 $2995
Leading Builders years. Will gladly discuss at no CARPENTER ALL WORK GUARANTEED '

FRED MASONA. obligation.. W. KIRKPATRICK Call tomorrow.J. Realtor. Paint and repair fobs performed by ill W. Univ. Ave. 372-74M 61 Dodge, SW, PS . .. .. $1295

W. FLETCHER 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2..... carpenter who loves his trade. LET'S TRADE '61
MACOMA HOMESW. CALL FR 6-4907 your tired air conditioner for a Plymouth, 9 pass., SW . $1295
t Colonial Charm P. RIDGWAY FRED B. ARNOLD rebuilt washer freezer refrigerator -
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REALTORFHA REAL ESTATE maintenance, remodeling or dishwasher. 59 Plymouth SW $695
1 j AtD CONVENTIONAL and additions. Roofing. A-l HANDYMAN SHOP .. .
1I LOANS all types of home repairs. 372- FR 4-0247 '60
I Glass 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723522F. 7193 or 3724235. Dodge, H/T, sdn., A.C. . $795
GRAND OPENING
H. A. at Conv. Loans Paper Hanging Painting New & Used Office MachinesAll '59
i New HomesWESTVILLA AUTO GLASS Is our only busi- FORDYCE .. ASSOCIATES. INC. Tile of All Kinds LinoleumDry makes & models Chrysler HIT, cpe., A.C. $1095
ness. Immediate Installation Wall Work
REALTORS Typewriters Adding machines. '
I free pickup & delivery. Add 924 W. Unlv. 374-1234 C. C. GREEN Cash registers. Check protectors 64 Pontiac' HIT, sdn., A.C. $3295
Comes to Northwest Gainesville in beauty & value to your car. Mcintosh Fla. 591-3341 File cabinets calculators.

_MAUl 32J N.W.DIN'S 6th AUTO St. FR GLASS 4-2558.CO. OFFICE EQUIPMENTSAVE I UNIVERSITY F&E CHECK OFFICE PROTECTOR EQUIP.CO. '58 Pontiac sdn . . .. $295

l at Roofing 2727 NW 6th St. '
. Auto Equipment 56 Pontiac H/T sdn . .. . $295
FOR SALE Elgin TV* h.p. motor
PALM VIEW ESTATES Have our Service Dept. repair C. L. HARREll. II excellent condition. Phone 37M135 '

HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt 1 clean.or adjust your office machine I ContractorFor after 5:00 PJM. 61 Rambler SW . . . $1095

NW 16th Are., excnanged; Repair kits for Excellent service. Compare our all your roofing needs and repairs CLARINET. wooden, b-flat, reconditioned '
.' N.W. 16th Ave. at N.W. 39th Drive Walker Jacks. Factory authorized Prices. call vs anytime.FR $25 Detecto baby scale, S3) 63 Rambler sdn., AT . . $1695
at 37th St. Walker Hydraulic Jack UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP. 4-7745 rubber foam bed pillows $1 ea. '

Service Agent... HUII "S BRAKE I F&E CHECK PROTECTOR CO. Remington Roll -a matic elec. 58 Hillman sdn . . . $295
SERVICE SUPPLY 1314 S. Machine shaver $5. 374-2439.
2727 NW 4th St. Sewing Repairs
A limited number of brick front fully Malt PR p1497 '
ATTIC SALE Antique cnime clock 59 Morris Minor $295
: : . . .
air conditioned colonials are now under con- Plumbing CALL-SEWING MACHINE SERVICE $30; antique Iron shaveing stand

Prices WALTER STUBBSInc. AdvertisingBOOKMATCH CO. 815 W. UniversityAve. *20; bookshelf headboard $4; '59 Triumph SW . $200
struction. start at $16,350. VA 371-1355. We repair all' chest drawers $15; swivel chair, . .

, FHA Conventional financing. For information ADVERTISING SEWER INSTALLEDNEW _Makes___work fully guaranteed. $5; gas water heater n crate
and MONOGRAMING SX machine. $25 dunes
; reducing
& used fiXtures. complete CLOSED SUNDAYB
37S-7 71.HUGH, Call Hank Blackstocfc plumbing serviceBIG" JIM TELEVISION Xmas gifts misc.' "Ox-bow",
I I 3122769.Appraisal Newberry Read. FR 2-8047 afterS
Gainesville
HUGUIEY Plumb-

I Phone 376-5394 Service big, FR 2-158 PICTURE TUBE Repair speciaL. 11 SHOTGUN.weekdays,automatic anytime weenends.Remington & G MOTOR CO.CADILLACOLDSMOBILE .

per Inch plus S10 to Install most ,
EDWARDS Inc. Model 11, 12 gauge potychofce.
Sun Want Ads tubes. 1 Year warranty. Special raised-rib. New condition $100.
"We trade houses"SOMETIMES.4V FRED B. ARNOLD Reconditioned TVs from S9.fi. 411 N. W. 36 Ter. After 5 P.M.,

Builder-Developer REAL ESTATE REALTOR APPRAISAL THE 7 VARIETY S-C. 1st Ave.STORE FR 2-1879. 2001 N.W. 13th St. FR 6.7515

SERVICE Get ResultsI 4 Technician's wttti (4 years t.. ADVERTISE LN THE I I&JaVICE
121* W UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Clefience on aft rnaUs. : DlKECI'ORY I -

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: : r- fU ANSWER THAT Yt\iEN J A 1aU.IIOLR PASSES A$7lE ld I'l ..
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: 6,18 Gainesville Sun. Friday September 18, 1964.
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: ... 66 Misc.For Sale. ,
....;iun: Want Ads Get Results
: Osco feed & play table $o play.
S pen & pad U; twin bed $15; -
.- B-4 bag (a luggage piece) $10; -
.
e umbrella type clothes line $llj !
t- car top luggage rack $10 620 The Dealer Who
S. NW 34ttv Ter. 376ll3t.

a: KEEP your carpets beautiful despite COME ON
t. constant footsteps of a busy
family. Get Blue Lustre. Rent YOU WILLFLIP
.- electric shampooer $1. McDan-
a- Jell Furniture Co.. Gainesville I

;: Shopping Center. SELLS .. -
'_ PRE. SEASON SPECIAL until
a_ Oct. It only. Living room size
LP GAS HEATER, plus our gas
: 2 cylinders, plus complete normal
a- installation. ready to heat
economically, all for $46.65 total YOU BARGAIN HUNTERSHere's

I.:,C.- Archer cost. (only Rd.PROPANE$15.55 down LP GAS).FR 6-S110 MORE CARS. I


a- THE new Funk & Wagnalls encyclopedia
a' 36 volumes, perfect con-

a.-- ditlon.P.M., John Make Tynefield otter. See after S the lowest prices you'll ever find on a 1964 Ford
e- 306 N,E. 7th Ave. When You See Our Great 65 Rambler I
a- Must Have
.. 70 Boats-Marina Equip.

,S.- 1964 LONESTAR fiberglass 14 ft. SENSIBLE SPECTACULARS! 18 CARS LEFT & 6 DAYS
:_ with a bait wen. It hp Johnson;
5V* hp Johnson. trailer and
:. lights. Will finance If necessary
,_ See at 3906 NW 21st Ter. Start FlippingSEPTEMBER The lOWESTPRICES I
a15'10" Sportscraft boat & Johnson
'_ 25 hp. motor. Original price

a.__ $2,000 Phone 376-7882.will sacrifice for $200. 23 TO SELL THEM IN ;165

,- 14' runabout boat. 35 hp Mercury
e. & trailer excellent cond. Very
I IAnd
:_ good ski outfit. Private owner.
a. Only $495. 376-4048. !
RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
a eJohnson- 15' ALUMACRAFT electric motor boat. TeeNee 35 hp MODELS WILLTHURSDAY BE HERE

a- tilt trailer and accessories. $300. 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2.8433
:. Phone 372m.

:: 72 Office Equipment John Hipp outsells 'em all! We're

,. I Northcentral Florida's No. 1 I Independent EVENING

a:. Save COMPARE on Typewriters OUR PRICES Adding Ma- Dealer and we intend to stay No. 1 1.
'. chines. Check Protectors Cash FREE MOTOR CLINICon
a. Registers, Calculators File Cabinets -
a- Large Volume means newercleanerfresher
*
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a." We buy used office machines. '62-63-64 LINCOLN-MERCURY-COMET
UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP & cars to choose from! SEPT. 24th.

a.,: f,FIE CHECK 277 NW PROTECTOR 6th St. CO. Tuesday, Sept. 22 Monday, Sept. 29 "

:. 73 Musical Merchandise jWe Guarantee You The. Best Deal!
.- See Your Engine Perform on Radar Scope.
C: PRACTICE PIANOS
:.. Upright pianos $95 and up

.'..... Used Used GRIOLEY spinet organs MUSIC pianos$795,and COMPANY$495 up.and up PLEASE CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT 59 4-dr. MERCURY SAVE HUNDREDS OF $$S!

sedan automatic R
sGainesv111e FR Shopping 25353. Center Crane Lincoln-Mercury A H, solid white with 899
I- I. green: Interior very goodcondition.
1WILL transfer to responsible party I .
:-. choice of tour spinet or console 506 E. University Ave.
pianos. Pick up payments of Wur-
I
:- litter Spinet Piano, trade back PHONE 3724252HAWESPOWERS

,..- sound save $220.* motion Wurlitzer, pick Organ up payments with I 16 GALAXIES LEFT
._ we have a piano to fit 61 CORVAIR .
e- any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO.. -- -- -------
e 702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031, 699 .
"
:- SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at Pick up truck, automatic, N 1 FAIR lANE LEFT i
O
, a.. $495. Rebuilt small Grand Piano MOTOR CO.
$650. Also another truck load of good condition throughout.
.- .-those fine factory rebuilt pianos
.- .*Vlully guaranteed arrived today.
a. t"IX't"We? your Invite musical you needs.to visit us for allS SMITTY SEZ: 1 FALCON STA. WAG. LEFT

:. 2f LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE 53 CHEV.
.. JjTl 112 SE 1st Street "We're still sell-

j: "TOR: SALE nice. We used lust console received piano anoth7.er e*-- ing these cars at Bel Air 4dr., automatic.R&H. 199

, :-. :: load of good used upright pit I .
Z,, anos from Boston. Make your selection close to whole- ..
now are all
a foreall.ey 1
a-_ gone. Terms MUSIC CENTER GAINESVILLE 1025 W.- sale. The '65s .

. a_ Univ. Ave. 3725421. T MH \
, :- FOR SALE used comet in good will be out soon I '61 RENAULT : _
Cal 3740986 _
. condition with lyre; $50. -
.- after 4:00 P,MAutomotive. we must make 499
, a- 1 Dauphlne 4-dr. sedan
- room for the heater, very cletan leather -
::
Interior. <.,,. ss 1r.w
I. trade ins but if
a; 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE

" 1- 1962 INTERNATIONAL Scout excellent you don't like
, e- condition. Low mileage. 2 '62 FALCON
.. these prices
wheel 1 drive. pickup body. FR 2-
.. 3737 MOO NE 15th Ter. 1299
'. make us an of- Deluxe 2drR&H, Turquoise r
a. 83 Motorcycles & Scooters with matching Interior
. ,- fer." like new.
o .' FOR SALE 1963 Lambretta Scooter -
.- In excellent condition. 1 owner
. I- call 376-6149 between 5 P.M.
'! It & 8 P.M. "700" 4 door, 4 speed,
1962 RALEIGH Auto. Ecen. J '60 TR3Roadster
.? campus transportation. Buyingcar 63 CORVAIR radio, $1445 .9atAt"ro

car and must sell. Good condition . . 1099 1
:s.. $80. Call FR 65525. heater . . . good condition RAH new very top

a. 84. AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS Nova, sport coupe, clean. '114
/
'. 63 CHEVY II radio, $IAQI;
:- CAR WAXING .. $9.90 #"
.-. Engune cleaning and uphols t e ry heater. . . . . . lOTJ r *
I 9 cleaning. 732 NW 1st St. 62 FORD

It :: AIR CONDITIONING. Tuna up Radio heater,
, Special. $2.50 for performance 62 VOLKSWAGEN $ Galaxie 500 4-dr. se4an 1799MOST
. ,- test. All makes and models. automatic. PS. R&H, 1<,

, a,-- of Powers Chrysler Motor built Co..cars.Air Hawes-Condl- sharp. . . . . . leather beautiful chestnut chestnut Interior.with i
4- ttonlng Servicing Center. 204 N.
:: ..: Main. St- Phone FR 22561. 4 door, automatic : ONL V'
I. MILLER & SONS 62 RAMBLER t mis$1105 ,
'. Auto painting $29.95
:. Body work & trucks painted Slon! radio, heater. . . . I i .
All work guaranteed DEALERS PAY
, t 732 NW 1st St.
a. Monza, 4 speed,

s.. 85 Automobiles for SaleI '62 CORVAIR radio, $1325 MORE, THAN WHAT I 11 TRUCKS LEfT t

I .- IMPALA 1958. body rusted. Best heater. . . . . . .
offer over $225. WE SELL THEM FOR! 4
:: Call 376-0674. Impala 4 door

'S.. MERCURY steering, brakes convertible., windows 1960 power& '63 CHEVROLET hardtop, VB, power -
of
a:.. ..Call..ts.376-0096.Large engine. A-1 cond. steering radio, heater, real $2395 Buy any one theseat

. . . "
CHEVY l Impala '64. New, sharp . '
::
62 BUICKSpecial I
cost plus 3 %
'. 2,750 mi $2600. Coil FR- station .
Commuter
I ea.. 64405. '62 MERCURY automatic, 4-dr. deluxe, 1799
I. 1955 CHEV. CONVERTIBLE. Good wagon trans.. V-8. R&H.
a.. condition.call FR 1-6062.$350. For Information transmission, radio, heater power $2045 tires. NOTE! Both offers expire on Sept. 24th.GAINESVILLE'S .
a- air conditioned. Like new.
steering,
I_ Crown Imperial 1964 like new. Must
, w. sell to settle estate. No air condo
'. $4400. Phone 376-8123. '500" 4 door sedan,
a. '60 condone SUNBEAM Alpine excellent extras. '62 FAIRLANE VB, automatic trans- '61 FORD LARGEST SELECTION OF USED CARS

i I.: Priced right.: r'F'i82 mission, radio, ,$'I 445 Convertible double sharp,' 1699

, a.- 1955 FORD CONV. good top gd; heater. . . . . . equipped with V-1. auto Low 1963 1961 1958 1958
:_ tires* good looking. Fully equipped trans., R&H.
w- priced at $395. 314 NE 1st St. / 4 door, crown, power Galaxie Ford Chev Ford

.-. 1f57 PORSCHE COUPE, completely 61 I I IMPERIAL Rate SpecIal Galaxie 4dr.. Fairlane 500,
'. ,. rebuilt excellent condition steering, power 500 4-dr., V-B, sedan. R&H. Bel Air 4-dr. 4-dr. hardtoo,
throughout. See at 2115 NW 7th brakes, radio, heater '53 FORD o COM, R&H. COM PS Select V.I, au t o. ,. V8. R & R.'
:- PL after 1 P.M. $2395 6 Th IS. PS. AC. solid trans., R&H, Ford emetic
air conditioned. . . . white. green & white. dark green.
'55 CHEVROLET standard trans-
mission. 6 cylinder. Perfect condi- 2-dr. V-t, R&H, Good second 99 Week 'i $1799 $1245 $245
4 door station ,
, :_ lion. Call 372-4438. ISIS NW 7th J Financing $245
a PL 61 PLYMOUTH
wagon, automatic car. 1953
.
S 1964 VW Deluxe Micro bus. split all
a-. seat red & white. 50 HP. excel- transmission, power steering, V8, SfQ/IC on

: lent condition private party. and S2.- real sharp. . . . . 1043 OLDS
FR 2-4281 weekends
395. Call New 1959 1955
a. weekdays after 6 PJA. '64 VOLKS 1961

. ;- 63 OLDS Jetfire. fac. air. ,turbo J 4 door, sedan, automatic 4. sedan It Falcon Ford Ford f19,61,
60 DODGE
charged. 4 speed. loaded. John transmission, radio, heat. 2299 and 4-dr. custom 6
a. Pierson. FR 2-8743 or see at 1122 8 pass. bus split front Deluxe 4-dr. Vt ton pickup cyU radio std. Deluxe 4.dr.
, W. NW 4th Ave. er, power steering, R&H. Standard cyU dean, trans.. local I sta. wgn., R &
$795 like condition. Used trans.. light .dark blue. H,
seat. new
j :,. '41 air Chevrolet 1300. parkwood STUDENT wagon SPEC-with real sharp. . . . . . $49 one owner. k, dark Fordom4.l.green. green.'

I ,- CIAL. '54 Plymouth, perfect cond Cars! $899 $545 L--195 $945
j a- 43.000 sworn to miles. $395. Phone Fairjane 500" 4 door, auto.
,- 60 FORD
FR 6-4405.
matic transmission
,
. a_ Rambler station $645 '59 VAUX.
Cross country
, .._ 1957 wagon. excellent condition. $500. radio, heater . . . . .'.
199
'. Call FR 6-1950.

5 :.. / 4 door standard transmission, Station wagon, heater.
1964 CORVAIR Spider convertible 60 FORD ON COMPANY
.
a Daytona blue, radio heater. .4t 6 cyl.. $ SAVE

t :: covers speed, transmission bucket seats wire 4000 miles.wheel nice. . . . . . . 525 $
'. Take over payments. Phone 376- UP 900 EXECUTIVE
:. 433 or 3729776. 2 door automatic
More To Choose From"WE
59 "Many
." 4e I- 1963 dr.,PLYMOUTH V8. A.T. radio station, heater wagon.power 4 CHEVROLET transmis_ $ TO CARS! !

I.- steering, like new. A bargain sion, 6 eyl., heater, real sharp. . 795
: at $1950. Call 372-9607 before 5:30 TO
SELL
. .- 'PJM. or 372-3251 after 5:30 P.M.
Fury 4 door, automatic .
, S. 1953 radio,heater.dagoood. transmission running 759 PLYMOUTH $ i
ae condition $125. Call 376-4091 after it
a. 530P.M.CORVETTE. transmission radio, heater . .' S45 SELL AGAINNO t
,
I. i960 excellent shape. SHAW AND KEETER !
I. sell or trade. 4 speed transmission l Roodmaster, 2 door hard-
, t_ new white wall tires Phone 57 BUICK
\ :_ 3764089. top $ ( REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED) I

._ $4 CHRYSLER. stand. trans. 6 cylinder full power. . . . .. . 395
a. new tires lust drove It '
.. from New York. Will sell for $150 n; .rtjllll? ilrrll J/ .
.. or trade for a Vespa In good 4 door station
e. cond. 373-7418. 58 STUDEBAKER GAINESVillEAUTO Hague OPEN TIL 9
a_ 1963 Falrlane 500. Good condition wagon. $ Q
.. and cheap. Call 376-0374 or 707 radio, heater ., __.... . 295 <'<>' MONDAY thru
._ NW 2nd Ave. afternoons after I
4 PJM.MUST FRIDAY
e. 4 door radio,
f
. SELL 54 Dodge was $325 57 MERCURY 395
c- nqw $300. Call 372.3692 after 5:30 heater nice. ,
, ._ M. I :
I. PONTIAC, 57, Good
.ae. cond.U50..'See excellent.Jim Fine interiors after &5:30 h. See: J. L SMITH, WILBUR SLIGH. PAUL N r r I Io Ir

e. PJYL 1101\\ NW 1st Ave.
BARNETT, FRANK GRAY.
a. MUST ELL *M Ford Conv.. not,..
.. log down, take up payments. Con- : to
7 ecl. J. L. Tlson at 1600 NW 13th
s- GAINESVJLI :
St. Mon. FrL $003. HAWESPOWERSMOTOR .r
t .
9. 1962 Fairlane excellent condition SALESOPEN .5Cher
3. Assume payments Total cost
ee It 100. FR 4,472._
j.: SKYLARK. 1944. UOO miles. SJOO
down" carry on payments. Call CO.IMPERIALVALIANTCHRYSLERPLYMOUTHSIMCA
a 372-6313
TIL 9 PHONE
.. MFR 3-7433.after S_:00_P.Ma. .
.
t
:_ 87 Automobiles Wants Across From Shopping, Center
PHONE FR 6-5371 GAINESVILLE FLA.
,
e' .N.in. ;950SI' 1=;;;; 312 N. MAIN ST. FR 6.3400
i Chevrolet,. AI Herndon JervtU.SE
1: .Jke.Stalon. 4th St. I .

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35 Houses I 35 Houses for Sale 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 64 Houthvld Good 66 Misc. For Sale 66 Misc. For Sal 1
43 Colored Property

HIGHLAND COURT 4 BY: OWNER. immediate POSseSSIon. THREE bedroom 2 bath house BUFFET hutch with glass walnut i FOR SALE'by 'married student 'air
Fla. rm.. wall to financing arranged. Not In a HOMES FOR SALE with Fla. room. built In range .._finish. Price $50. Ph. 372-7974. sled with Wysconsln engine. FOR SALE maternity wardrobe
ing room air prolect. Call 372-8401 days. or 2 & 3 bedrooms SE 14th St. & N.W. Section. $120 per mo. Phone Phone 376-4776 or, 376-9721. sizes 10 & 12. phone 21-201S.

THE TIME IS NOW. 372-SW or 372-2080. 376-2748 evenings to see our 7th Ave. Small down payment __468-1177. Waldo. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested COMPLETE testing equipment and .1
1800 sq. ft. 4 BR 2 bath, CCB monthly payments 157 to S45. and Guaranteed
BR 1 beth $150. 1937 NW 2nd 3OOD clean 'GE Fllterflow Deluxe Hicks
home at 929 NE'lOth PI. Also homes built on your lot 3 42 Refrigerators from $39 up manuals for radio shop.
washer Call FR 2-2436 after
Ave. Phone 376-3401.
9 .
Ranges from
with $39 up and Appliances.
no down .payment. Ph. 3:00P.M. Radio
NEWLarge FR 2-4125. THREE bedroom house with stove 17 Washers from $1' up .
-
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furnished. Avail.able I Dryers from $49 up
and refrigerator
2-story home in new restricted New Quality Hugh Edwards built 1311 N.E. 14th 2 Food-Freezers from I9t up
last of Sept.
Do You Have A Room, Apartment REAL residential baths area. Has 4 bed.rooms. home. Three bedrooms. 1 bath. Ter. $115 mo. on lease. Wese- 2 Dishwashers from $49 up
upstairs living
2 ; As low as S43. per month with Realty FR2472.. 10 TV Sets from $35 up
man
dining kitchen. family room $2,000 down or will arrange termsto JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. RAMBLERSABOVE
: Or House to Rent? i bedrooms 3 study & powder room down- suit buyer. Located 643 NE 2 BR house for lease. $125 per 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303
stairs. Immediate a n
occup
cy. Uth Street. mo. Located at 815 NW 20th St.
sq. ft. of living Phone FR 2-8965. W. P. Ridge- Contact owner at 90S NW 20th St.
1>. pletely furnished Hugh Edwards, Inc. DISCOUNTPRICES
move In. Call way. Phone 376-7971 3 BR 1 bath. CCB house cent.

CLEANFour LOTS heat stove walking distance Lit.
I REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS tlewood. Westwood. $120 m r.
I Interested In
am buying several -
4-
3 BR IV bath with bedroom. 2 bath home In
lots at the right Call Avail end of Sept. 610 NW 35m
Fla. room. Cent. choice N.W. location easy walk. 372-4155 price. Ter. Phone 376-1374. We undersell everybody.
t YOU MORE than the ud that will rentit sq. ft. Only $500 ing to Littlewood School. New
3 BR, 2 bath screened porch. dinIng HENDRIX
mo. can put you in paint inside and out. terrazzo
ler floors built In range and oven 43-1 COLORED RENTALS room. near schools. $120 per FURNITURE CO.
pays closing
mo. on lease. 1428 N.E. 14th St.,
central heat beautifully woodedlot
dyce 376-1236. NW Slit Ave. at 10th St.
and established lawn. 3708 NOW RENTING FR 6-2387 after 6. t
styled walled patio. N.W. 22nd Place. Ridgeway Con CLEAN. used refrigerators for sale. OUR COSTFINANCING
COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex -
372-6624. 49 Rooms For Rent Phone 3725003.FOR
struction Co. 372-4965 or
carpeting, 4 BR 2V4
apartments. large living and
Here's what your VacancyCOSTS YOU 1650 sq. ft. Very dining area modern kitchen with SALE. S hot water tanks 30
1 1 McKINNEY NICELY furnished. Private entrance oal. with heater attached also
area. Good terms fan large storage closets. terrazzo gas
ed this $22,300 I floors tile baths heat. bath and parking space. 150 gaL butane gas tank. Complete
on space
EVERY DAY until it is rented : Fordyce 376-1236. er and hot water heater faclll Excellent heat business man or with gauges 2 crane shallow
GREENDEATON graduate student. 1516 NE 7th well pumps. Inquire Lewis
ties for washing machines and 5'0 j
St. After 6 P. M.
120 acres of paved streets. See at N.E. 26th Jewelry Co.
{ fenced and cross REALTORS Ter. or call for appointment 372- 2 separate bedrooms suitable for 1962 KENMORE excellent
IF RENT IS YOUR range.
LOSS PER DAY
: IS
: and partially wooded. EXCLUSIVE 5321 or 372-5322. couple or students at 1441 SE condition. $100. Call 372-3451 aft'
per acre. 35th St. or call 372-7312 or FR er 5 P.M.EXCEPTIONAL.
Unmistakably this fine home Is designed
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day Trailer lots $20 for those who value quality 44 Cottages for Rent 2.3905 bet. f & 10 p.m. VALUE. Must sell

month. beyond price Located In a ROOM FOR MEN STUDENTS. 115 almost new full sIze electric
$50 per mo . $1.66 per day restricted and unexcelled neighborhood IER, turn. cottage on Santa Fe NW 10th St. Private entrance range. Perfect condition. $60. Call 1
Lake all electric tiled shower.
3 large bedrooms connecting bath parking area 372-6081 or lei at 3835 NW 13th
& 2Vi colorful baths Sunken livIng S50 per month. Phone 372or maid service and phone. PL
$55 per mo . $1.83 per day Multiple Listing room with pink marble fire 372.8169.
place. Wall to wall carpeting 50 Mobile Homes REUPHOLS'O Bahama lounge
Grace Fordyce. Large paneled Fla. room with 45 Furnished Apts. Cedar wardrobe coffee table Available all New & Executive
on :
I' $60 per mo . $2.00 per day Harvey Benton fireplace Many other attractive 2BR trailer for rent.1deTiVi blond drop leaf table and 4 !

))1' O. C. Gay features You will be surprised ONE bedroom kitchen. screened couple or two students. Can be chairs. apt., size electric range. Driven 1964 Ramblers.
I $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day Frances Hough and excited as we were porch bath 419 NW 2nd Ave., seen at SE 72nd St. Phone 372- 3-pc.hold items.glider set.Nearly and Nu other Furniture.house-
when this I
you see quality home
$55 month. EFFICIENCY 3505 1521.
926 W. Univ.
318 NW 8th Ave. FR 4-4892.

j 1 $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day FOUR BR 2 bath. Call for appt. FR 23617. duplex NW 17th for SU male$45 students month. 101 Also OVi ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH 61 WESTINGHOUSE refrigerator ONLY FOUR EXECUTIVE DRIVEN ,
for lady to share horn with
nancing. $91.27 per NEWSFLASHThe a cross top freezer 10 cu. ft. $90.
W. Unlv. Ave. $90 Can McKinney -
mo. widow. On bus line. Phone 372-
4 $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day down pay closing to qualified cost. location of this fine property Green Realtors. FR 4766. Phone 376-8909. RAMBLERSLEFT I
is news worthy it Is within
appt. to see. 1806 EFFICIENCY APARTM NTS. $SO 66 Misc. Sal.
$80 mo $2.66 day walking distance of Finley School .&66-3<<8. 51 Miic. Rentals
I per per BY OWNER concrete and the University In a most desired month. Phone WITH AIR CONDITIONING \

rooms 2 baths. neighborhood. It Is news- CLEAN 1 bedroom apartment QUAILS for sale live
or
TRAILER SPACE
$85 per mo . $2.83 per. day ent. See at U17 NW worthy because of Its excellent across from Campus. couples on dressed. Phone 481-2674.
condition and has lots of details. FOR RENT.
space Call 372-2830 for
ly. $20 MONTH '63 RAMBLER 4 door "770". '6* RAMBLER Station wagon 4 i
A 3 BR 2 bath Dining and
$90 per mo . $3.00 per day Fla. room Garage It is situ- Newberry Trailer Park CUSTOM built bar rattan and bamboo bucket seats. radio. heater door cross country. radio heat- I
46 Unfurnished Apts. W-glass top. shelves rattan ... ..... .. ..
BY ated on a beautifully shaded lot- Newberry Fla. twin floor shift. .. $1795 er. ............. $995 :
bar stools. and back bar $63.

$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day MUST sacrifice 3 It realistically is news worthy priced -because This it nice Is UNFURNISHED duplex convenientto 51-A Wanted To Rent Melrose 475-2981. 63 FORD Galaxie "500". 2 dr., '4* CORVAIR 2 door J

I' bath large Fla. property won't be on the market campus. 3019 SW 34th Way. .22 REVOLVER $25. 25 auto $25. hardtop automatic transmisheater.. .................... STtS
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day ing room. dining long Take advantage of this $45 per month. Water furnished of 2, WANTED to lease in Sidney" Lan- Colt Buntline $$50. .357 Mag. slon. radio. heater power 1
t kitchen convenient opportunity Don't wait Call no kit. equipment. Family ler or PK. Yongt school area. $60. Leica 3C camera $50. Phone steering power brakes. air '61 CHEVROLET t passenger !
to center appreciate and the FR 2-3617. or 3 only. FR 2-9903- 3 or 4 BR house. Call 376 7601. 372-4171. conditioned white with red Inst.tion wagon. automatic transmission -

ifying. Low down EFFICIENCY apt furn.. private OLD SILVERTONE victrola records tenor new tires. ... ..... $24(5 radio heater. .11195
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR ginal price $ ASSOCIATESJ. bath & entrance. All utiltles turn 53 Office-Desk Space back to 1910 picture frames 43 CHEVROLET 2 door. 4 cyU j
1884578. $500 Fred Guy Jayne Butterwerih $60 mo. Located at 2225 NE 7thSt. gifts brtc- -brac, old tlmey tnlngsmisc. '41 FORD station wagon auto- 1
$ 372-2128. TWO offices lust completed first automatic transmission. radio. matic transmission. radio heat- 1
Col. J. W. Davis H. furniture picnic tables. At
21st In nice Ave.NW Phone section Multiple Listing J. Wiltshire DUPLEX 2 BR CB. Ig. lot. utility class. 360 sq. ft. to each office Treasure Chest Fairbanks IV) heater. ... .. ..-... .. .. SIPS er, clean. ... .... ......... SItS
: SUN RENTAL WANT ADS rm. $80 mOo Avail. Oct. 1. 724 $75 per month each. Located miles north of airport. '62 CHEVROLET Impala 2 dr..
2615 N.W. 6th St., Nationwide
TWO 2-bedroom 37 Real Estate Exchanged NW 19th Ave. 372-8729 after 3:00 hardtop automatic transmlsDODGE Station wagon automatic -
Insurance FR 6-2524. SEARS Kenmore oil heater 55,000
f down payment &> P.M. Shown by appt. sion, radio. heater 15,000 actual transmission radio heat

I Will sell separately BTU like new $75; gas stove $30 miles. .. . ._.... SUU ere nice.. ..... .... ....... $*M
920 & 926 N.W. 21st ANXIOUS TO SELLI WAITI 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 54 Business RentalsLARUShopiTlding. See 9805.at 1336 NE 7th St. Ph. FR 6-

FOR SALE OR Have considered term NO MONEY DOWN
you Long
exchanging?
2 FORDYCE & ASSC. REPOSSESSED Singer port. Zig
34th Ave.

I 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole tember unfurnished.and To 20. Realtor Ernest... :Tew..,.. Realty.. Exchanger We rent.have Please several call nice Fordyce homes and for Ave.lease.FR Rent 6-5568.or sale. 2007 NE 27th Zag In, sews and forward attachments.and reverse Round over beb '57 STUDEBAKER 4 door. $225 '3$ PLYMOUTH 4 door. .. $595

19 2906 N.W. 13th St.3764441.. Infermation. FOR LEASE 10,000 ft. store pins and needles. $4 per mo. balance -
further -
USED Assc. 376-1236, for sq. CHEVROLET 2 door. S595 51 OLDSMOBILE 2 deer,
I $36. Mik.! 's Machine 57
UNLIKE Sewing
building W. Unlv. Ave. Price $800
In Gainesville. This 3 2 BR. 1 bath frame house space 102 NW 20th 38 Real Estated Wanted per mo. Call Hershall Haynes Service.. 115 W. Unlv Ave. 378- .
24S
ANYTHING $
..
.
.
$151 hardtop./
with tremendous screened heater $7.500, $400 down. $65 2 Ig. rooms 1 small SANTA FE LAKE, furnish e d. FR 4-2641 or B. F. MlzelU FR 1355. $S METRO 2 door. ?
BR. 2 b, mo 1433 SE 1st Ave. Bud Robinson ing rm., dining Three 2-bedroom houses. modern
IS x 48 patio Is a dream. F R 2-2984. porch. Someone LISTINGS WANTED and clean. Couples only. GR 5- 6-7551. DO IT YOUR SELF; Formica '54 CHEVROLET 2 door. Ins '51 FORD 4 door. ........ MM
distinguished subdivision. huge tot.You'll the Unlv. would love Have buyers waiting for farms 5373. SMALL warehouse for rent. top 18X20" boards $1.
enloy seeing It. Still time and small DAN BYRD Make table cutting board. veg.
BY OWNER. Property appraisedat acreage.
colors. Call THREE bedroom. 2 bath house on
to pick your own b'ns etc. Gainesville Auto Top
CALL
$26.000 owner will sacrificefor
Silver Lake 376-8268.
372-3727. HOME near Keystone.
i 22500. Large lot, 2100 sq. Angle Real EstateC. 376-2615. Shcp.
ft.. all large rooms. 3 BR, 2 SMALL business or office space \located PLAYPEN. port+erlb. high chair RIDGWAYMOTOR
baths living room with panelIng $$ U Angle, Broker SANTA FE LAKE. CCB Cottages in 1600 block West Unlver. buggy and other baby fur n;
REPOSSESSION & fireplace. family room O. J. Angle Associate modern. 1 efficiency and 1 two sity Ave. For mere Information Chairs. night stand book case
3 Bedroom House separate dining room completely 4404 NW 13th St. 376-6927 bedroom avail. Sept. I. Phone phone FR 6-3012. floor lamp rugs. Iron. camera.
CENTRAL HEAT equipped ultra-modern kitchen TWO houses on GR 5-5375 Melrose. FOR STORE & WAREHOUSEspace etc All In good condition. Priced CO.
bookcases & many other fea near schools and K to 1-3 new price. Call FR
$9900 tures. Can be seen at 4040 New. Live in one and 40 Business Properties 4 BR home next to County Parkon call John Merrill Realtor. 6-7915.
berry Blvd. FR 2-8931. One has three Hawthorne Rd. 1100 per mo. 372-1494 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
: $500 Down-$75 Per Mo. ready for PROFESSIONAL MEN Call John Baldwin. FR 6-4201 or NEW furniture purchased. Will sell
2131 N.W.S5thTer. Is now rented. FR 64405. 56 Business Opportunities old Sunday School furn. and --
-
-
plete details.ALACHUA. benches cheap. Phone 372-8329. --
RF 2-1362 Own your own office property- 2 BR house and also rooms for -
Why pay rent? rent. Nice quiet neighborhood.Phone NEEDED CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew

FR 6-7577. 25 dIesel truck tractors not more and Used $60 NO STORM DAMAGED CARS AT
KINGSBERRYHOMES We have 5 sites on N.W. 13th 3 BR, 2 bath house, $150 per mo. than 2 yrs. old to lease for pull- Complete line of photo supplies
TOP EXECUTIVE & ____8 Member Street and N.W. 6th Street with Can be seen at 1645 N.W. 34th ing trailers In Central Florida. FULLER'S FOTO INC.
635 N. E. 1st St. buildings that can be convertedfor Place. Permanent lease. pay weekly. 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713
PROFESSIONAL CLASSTHEUNIQUECUSTOM : Ane T. Smith. your use. All are good In Call terminal manager 9 to 5. T-V antennas. $3 single stack $7
ONE bedroom house for rent 1 ml.
Mabel Gore. vestments. Call Wayne D. Mason past Stengel Field on left tile of Mon. thru Fri. Winter Garden double stack, $13.00 complete kit. B & MOTORS

BUILT HOME OFGAINESVILLE The Regency 3 BR, Ernest Tew Realty. 376-6461 any. road. For further Information Fla. Phone 6542172.APARTMENT Jim Voyles 41* NW 8th Ave.DOWliNG'S .
MOVING TO JAX?
2-both. hauses"I time. contact FR 6-1467. BUILDING 16 units, UPHOLSTERY
I entrance foyer GREAT
. Jamaica-style pace setter DR. LR. MOVING TO JAX? 3 BR house. NE section nicely fairly new & modern. located at Chairs low as $8. No money
family 1222 NW 8th Ave., hundred
I living roomS roomS GREAT trade I 41 Residential Income furnished. separate dining rm., per. do"low" as $5 per month. '63 Cadillac sdn. DeVille A.C. $4495
Forty foot Florida roomS double carport central trade beautiful screened porch. Phone 3764662 cent occupied grosses approx. Free estimates pickup and delivery ,

Luxurious master suite with heat. GE kitchen full home In Mayport 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also ad- _Sat. or Sun. $13,000 al ability yr.end If you$20-25,000 have cash manager-this service. All work guar_ '62 Cadillac snd. A.C.$3495
teed. Phone 376-7786. ,
Gainesville home rental
loining property. 200 ft.
walk-in closets-dressing brick. lot. 1736
on a large Is a real opportunity. Call A. E.
room built-in vanity wall N.W. 39th Ave. $19.000. Custom built for frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Harp. FR 6-5576. NEW and used chain saws. lawnmowers '61 Cadillac sdn. DeVille A.C. $2795
Ave. Will sell
and shoe closet living. Hugh together or sepa edgers. tampers. light ,
Fabulous kitchen. breakfast, 10% down $122.00 per separate Family rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- THREE BR 1 bath. 1242 NE 6th MONEY MAKER Neighborhood plants cable. Wisconsin Brlggs
bedrooms. .three 4752. Ave. $90 mo. Call McKlnney. grocery now grossing over S60* '60 Cadillac sdn. A.C. $2195
utility room and workshoparea month. fice or den. BEAUTIFUL COLONIAL HOMEin Green Realtors FR 2-3617. 000 per year should do better. d tors.Stratton Rental new sales and and used service.mo . .
PRICE of $45,000 includes business -
( 4) Twenty-sI* foot closet wall Many.Masy Shaded by e : the heart of Gainesville. Now FOUR BR 2Vi baths large house store building. Inventory 16th Meyers Ave.Power Phone Tools.376-3411.230 NE '59 Cadillac, sdn . . $1595
Guest suite with sunken tub Will trade or sell has excellent income. Could eas- and yard. Four miles from townIn PLUS 2 BR 2 Bath central heated
Paneled library with fireplace The Powell 3 ER. 1 Yz tact Hugh suburban ily be restored. Will consider nice secctlon. Call FR 22648. residence plus another house HERMES portable typewrtier S25j '57 Cadillac "60" sdn. A.C. . $795
in
oak Donman Sales property or acreage for rental plus space for 6 to Lady Kenmore dishwasher S30 ,
bath floors carport tr ldl'. 376-0969. 2 BR screened porch. Ig. yard for
trailers. TERMS AVAILABLE.Call .
1 7 Cartop carrier S3; dinette 8 4 '
Two landscaped patios central heat full brick lease 9165. $110 monthly. Avail- 56 Cadillac A.C $395
selectneighborhood on DON'T MISS chairs $15. FR 6-7648. cpe., . .
I \ acre lot In most a nice wooded lot. 1514 TRULY 42 Forms & Acreage able now. Weseman Realty. 815 REDFRANKS REALESTATE
NW 20th St. FR 6-2472. i 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 3764817 ONE carriage play pen &car '62 Olds '98" HIT sdn. A.C. $2595
Scads of sky light so houseIs N.W. 34th PI. $14,000. At Malore Gardens Ranchettes $5500. 7V acres S.W. bed. $5 ea. 2 Infant seats $3 ea. ,
Two 3 Br, 1 bath homes N. W.
csheerful even In gloomy $500 down $86.49 per of Campus on 441. 3 beautiful S restricted home sites. Fla. rm. $120 mo. 59 Money Wanted Call 372-6258. 836 NW llth Ave. "
62 Olds 98" A
sdn. C
den for Dad $2395
year
weatherS month. fort. Priced 3 Br. 1 bath. N. E. Fla. rm., $125 BARBIE type doll clothes many . .
This house 1\ Ideal for FR 2-4625 142 Acres. N. W. 39th Ave., aprx. mOo RELIABLE persons wishes to borrow origin styles. Priced lower "
lavish or casual entertaining phone WOODROW or 500 ft. on Hwy. MARY MOELLER $2500. Balance needed above than commercial also Little SIster 60 Olds 98" HIT, sdn., 9.C. $1495
ft) Never have you seen so amount bank has financed. Write styles. 372-6512.
The Master 46 Acres Country Club area. Build Box 585-A c/o Gainesville Sun. '
much cabinet and drawer Built and offered by er's opportunity. REALTOR SPECIAL 60 OIds"88"H/Tsdn. . $1295 I
space under one roof. LARGE
30' T.V. mast. All channel i
Three-car garage. Total CCB 3 LARGE BR 20 acres Farnsworth Rd. Paved. 1011 W. University Ave. FR 6-4471 61 Wanted to Buy T.V.high antennas. 5T antenna wire. '59 Olds "88" HIT
$995
THE JAMES CO. cpa . .
square footage 6.000 under LIVING RM., Moeller UNFURNISHED 3 BR home $110 75 guy wire mounting bracket. I
roof DEL CARPORT. Mary per mo. Unfurnished 2 BR $60 COINS WANTED Stand offs everything you '58
Happy to show by appointmentonly. Phone 372-2527 office RM.. ON LARGE Realtor per me. Call 376-7466. All U.S. and foreign silver need. Olds "S88", HIT, cpe .. $695 I
LG. BAR-BE-QUE dollars proof sets and 1955
7 ROOM 2 story,3 BR, 1 baths. Only $18.95Also '
Phone 372-6441 homeMcCOY1S ROOF. SE half dollars. 58 Olds sdn.
372-1987 3721386. 1919 W. University Ave. FR 6-4471 $130.00 per mo. Garage. 555 NE REBEL STAMP & COIN SHOP channel master "Econo Kit" A.C . . $695 I
7th Ave. GR 5-5032. $12. '
FOR SALE 3 BR. 80 ACRES i 809 W. University Ave. WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER 58 Olds sdn.
home well South of Newberry and West of Hawthorne Rd. 372-3937 . . . .. $350 I
I US 41. nicely rolling with beautiful CASH for your used appliances '
ly fenced total Sun Want Ads furniture clothing etc. Call Williams 57 Olds. sdn. A.C.
WE WANT TO buy late model used !
372-7637 or 376-7826. large trees. Partly cleared Service Center HawthorneRd. . . $395
refrigerators. Exceptionally High
suitable for pasture or farm- I
FIGURE THESE ing. Several lovely home sites. 372-3937. trade-ins now given. 56 Olds sdn .
gal. fuel tank. 100 Only $120 per acre. Half cash INDIAN head pennies. Lincoln dollars WILSON'S EXCHANGE' . . . $395

MACOMA HOMES INC. patio, c1unyd. and 5 year terms. S. E. SAPP, Get Results old style paper money and 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 4.4479. '63 Buick SW A.C.
tary and REALTOR. W. A. Canton Jr. . . $3195 !
screened porch. :3 FOR SALE new Beautiful full
$500 down. If you length wedding dress and several '59 Buick HIT A.C. I
In beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St. See at 925 N. E. party dresses size 5. with matching cpe., . $995

adjoining city limits. NEWBERRY.SERVICES shoes size 6. Will sacrifice. '63 Chevy II Nova AT
New Brick Phone 378-2668. . $1795

The Charming ftc Livable ELECTRIC typewriter $95. Under '60 Chevy SW OD
RANCHO GRANDE TIKI by wood office typewriter $55. Good . . $1195

3 bedrooms. 2 baths 3 bedroom. 2 bath large condition p.m. Phone 372-6738 after S '60 Chevy SW, AT . . $1095
study family room living screened porch beautiful

room, dining room oak family room oak parquet 3 en S.equipment.4 bedroomS.cen. Home And BusinessAuto FOR F-3-5 SALE camera 35 with mm Argus case 820.C .Inquire 3 '61 Impala HIT sdn., A.C. . $1595

parquet floor drapes infloors.. drapes included. down payment. 2832 NE 11th Ter.ELLA'S '58

cluded. $30.000 10 So $28.500 10% Down. down-no closing Chevy V8 . . . .. $250

Down. Our 1964 Parade Home CERAMICSBeginning '61 Ford

4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave. Capitol Bulldozing Upholstery new classes 9 AM.tit sdn., AC . . $1395
. N.W. 37th Place 5 P.M. Closed Thursday. '

"PLANNING TO BUILD"Let OPEN HOUSE SMALL bulldozer loader dump 2145 E. Univ. FR 6-5548 61 Falcon, SW . . . $1095

us give you on estimate on contracting your new Call 372-0341 or trucks fill dirt lime rock. Top UPHOLSTER reasonable prices.your furniture Call at United Sewing Center '60 Ford SW
soil. Phone 372-7846. Sally.
custom home. I Experienced. FR 6-9888. 4248 CLEARING OUT . . . $795 .

I Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290 Mortgage Broker N. W. 13th Ter.Remodeling. SEWING MACHINE '60 Ford, 6, ST . . . $595 I

Nite FR 6-5015 or 6-6502 REPAIRS '
MORTGAGE MONEY Unclaimed sewing machines. Just 58 Ford HIT, cpe. V8 . . $395
Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd. 5'." per cent Interest. Terms to pay the bill & take machine ,

: Gainesville's BUBUilD 25 years. REFINANCECall DO YOU room.NEED.more Florida room roof room work extra White Singer Portable $1288""50 '57 Ford SW, V8 . . . $395

Prestige Free WestInghouse $ 7.50 '
Built'for Those Don Byrd Ph. 3763875FHA or For maybe a free a complete estimate new& guaranteed home? Singer Whit.Portable $14.95 61 Chrysler, sdn., ------$1495
Only the Zig Zag $24.50
N. W. 43rd & and conventional at lowest work phone Carl C. Standard S 2.00 '62 Imperial H/T sdn. A.C.
Built by Four of current rates. Terms to 25 Waters..3nICWt.EXPERIENCED. Necchi $18.50 $2995
7------ -p years. Will gladly discuss at no CARPENTER ALL WORK GUARANTEED '
Leading obligation. Call tomorrow.J. 411 .W. Univ. Ave. 372-7680 61 Dodge SW PS $1295
FRED W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor Paint and repair |lobs performed by . .. .. :
A. W. 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2..., carpenter who eves his trade. LETS TRADE '61 '
MACOMA CALL FR 6.4907 your tired air conditioner for a Plymouth, 9 pass., SW . $1295
Colonial CharmComes W. P. FRED B. ARNOLD rebuilt washer freezer. refrigerator '
REALTORFHA REAL ESTATE malnten.ncere. 59
,
i I AtD- CONVENTIONAL modeling and additions. Roofing A-1 or HANDYMAN dishwasher.SHOPFR Plymouth, SW, . . .. $695
LOANS all types of home repaIrs 372- '
6-0267
I Glass 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 7193. or 372-6235. 60 Dodge, HIT, sdn., A.C. . $795
j GRAND OPENING
I F. H. A. t Comr. Loans Paper Hanging Painting New & Used Office MachinesAll '59
New AUTO GLASS Is our only busi- FORDYCE (. ASSOCIATES, INC. I Tile of All Kinds -- Linoleum. makes & models Chrysler H/T, cpe., A.C. $1095
ness. Immediate Installation Dry Walt Work
REALTORSt26
Typewriters. Adding machines. '
I free pickup & delivery. Add W. Univ. 376-1236 I c. C. GREEN Cash registers Check protectors 64 Pontiac' H/T, sdn., A.C. $3295
to Northwest Gainesville lflWESTVI beauty & value to your car. McIntosh Fla. 591-3361 File cabinets calculators.
MAW DIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. UNIVERSITY OFFICE '
_323: NW.aih_ St. FR 6-2558. OFFICE EQUIPMENTSAVE & FIE CHECK PROTECTOR EQUIP.CO. 58 Pontiac sdn . . .. $295

ot RoofingC. 2727 NW 6th St. '

t Auto Equipment -FOR SALE Elgin TV ftp. motor. 56 Pontiac H/T sdn .. . $295

PALM VIEW ESTATES Have our Service Dept. repair L. HARRELL excellent condition. Phone 376-8135 '
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt t, clean chines.or adjust your office ma ContractorFor after 5:00 P.M. 61 Rambler SW . . . $1095

NW 16th exchanged; Re irl.ltl\ tor Excellent service. Compare all your roofing needs:\ and repairs CLARINET. wooden. b-ftat, recondItioned '
N.W. 16th Ave. at N.W. 39th DriveA Walker jacks. Factory authorized Prices. our call vs anytime. $25 Detecto baby scale S3; 63 Rambler sdn., AT . . $1695
. at 37th Walker HydraulitJack UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP. FR 6-7745 rubber foam bed pillows SI ea. '
: Service SERVICE Ag nt.SUPPLY HUI t'5 BRAKE i F&E CHECK PROTECTOR CO. Remington Roll a matic alec. 58 Hillman sdn . . . $295
& 1314 S. Shaver 15. 376-2639.
2727 NW 6th St. Sewing Machine Repairs .
limited number of brick front fully Main FR p1497 '
I ATTIC SALE: Antique chime clock 59 Morris Minor $295
f . . .
air conditioned colonials are now under con- PlumbingSEWER CALL-SEWING MACHINE SERVICE $30; antique Iron shaveing stand

;' struction. Prices start at 16350. VA, WALTER AdvertisingBOOKMATCH 37S-13S5.CO. 815 We W. repair UniversityAve. all $20 chest bookshelf drawers $15 headboard.; swivel chair$6; '59 Triumph SW . . . $200

I FHA, Conventional financing. For information ADVERTISINGand INSTALLEDNEW _Makes.__..Work,, !yguaranteed.TELEVISION $5; gas water heater m crate
I Inc. MONOGRAMING & used fixtures $30; reducing machine $25. dish CLOSED SUNDAY
376-7971.! I Call Hank Blackstock plumbing service "BIG'complete JIM Cs. Xmas gifts misc. "Ox-bow
.
3122769.Appraisal
HUGUlEY, Gainesville PlumbIng Newberry Road. FR 2-8067 after
Phone FR 2-1589. S weekdays anytime we ends.
B&GMOTORCO.
;
Service PICTURE: TUBE Repair Special $1 SHOTGUN automatic Remington
HUGH EDWARDS Inc. per Inch plus $10 to Install most Model 11, 12 gauge polychoke
Sun Want Ads tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Sped raised-rib. New condition $100.
"We trade FRED B. ARNOLD Reconditioned TVs from St.''. 611 N. W. 36 Ter. After 5 P.M.. CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE

Builder-Developer REAL ESTATE REALTOR APPRAISAL I THE 7 VARIETY S.E. 1st Ave.STORE FR HOT. 2001 N.W. 13th St. FR 6-7515

SERVICE Get ResultsHE 4 Technician's with U years e. ADVERTISE L'I THE
121* W UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522
I perience on an makes. ____URVICE DIRECTORY -
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!:' 66 Misc .For Sale.
: Sun Want Ads Get Results

i *'cosco teed & play table S6. play.
pen" pad $3; twin bed $15;
i. B-/ bag (a luggage piece) $10
umbrella type clothes line S12? I
,. car top luggage rack S10; 620 The Dealer Who!
NW 36tb Ter. 376-4131.

:: KEEP your carpets beautiful def -
spite constant footsteps of a busy COMEON
.-. family. Get Blue Lustre. Rent YOU WILLWFLIP
,
electric shampooer $1. McDan-
a Jell Furniture Co.. Gainesville
;: Shopping Center. SELLS
a, PRE. SEASON SPECIAL until
a. Oct. !. only. Living room size
.,. LP GAS HEATER plus our gas
2 cylinders plus complete normal
a installation. ready to heat

:I.. economically cost. (only $15.all 55 down for )$46.65. total YOU BARGAIN HUNTERSHere's
MORE
PROPANE LP GAS CARS.
C.- Archer Rd. FR 65110

a. THE new Funk & Wagnalls encyclopedia
,. 36 volumes, perfect cons -
dition. Make offer. See after 5
,- P.Mw John Tynefleld, the lowest '1I find 1964 Ford
.- 304 N.E. 7th Ave. : prices you ever on a
,.
Musi Have
a. 70 Boats-Marina Equip.

S.I I.. 1964 LONESTAR fiberglass. 14 ft. SENSIBLE SPECTACULARS!

:__ with 5.... a hp bait Johnson.well, II trailer hp Johnson and; 18 CARS LEFT & 6 DAYS

:_ lights. Will finance If necessary..
See at 3906 NW 21st Ter.
1. Start FlippingSEPTEMBER The
'- IS'10" Sportscraft boat & Johnson LOWESTPRICES
e. 25 hp. motor. Original price I

a,._ $2,000 Phone 374-7882.will sacrifice for $200. 23 I TO SELL THEM IN. .165<

I. U runabout boat, 35 hp Mercury .
t f_ trailer. excellent cond. Very
:- good ski outfit. Private owner.
,. Only 1495.376-4048. !
.-. 15' ALUMACRAFT boat, 35 hp RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
a Johnson electric motor, TeeNee MODELS WILL BE HERE
9. tilt trailer and accessories. $300. 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
: Phone 372-91I.

::. 72 Office Equipment And John Hipp outsells 'em all! We're

.. I Northcentral Florida's No.. 1 I Independent

a:. Save COMPARE on Typewriters OUR PRICES Adding Machines I Dealer and we intend to stay No. 1. THURSDAY EVENING
'. Check. Protectors. Cash FREE MOTOR CLINICon
I.. Registers, Calculators. File Cabl-
nets. Large Volume means newer-cleaner.fresh-
aWe. buy used office machines. '62-63-64 LINCOLN-MERCURY-COMET
,. UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP & er cars to choose from!
FIE CHECK PROTECTOR CO. SEPT. 24th.
:
C: '? 777T NW 6th St. Tuesday, Sept. 22 Monday, 'Sept. 29

:- 73 Musical MerchandiseR 'We Guarantee You The. Best Deal .
See Your Engine Perform on Radar Scope.
S. PRACTICE PIANOS
S. Upright pianos, $95 and up
C. Used spinet pianos $495 and up PLEASE CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT 59 MERCURY

a... Used GRIDLEY organs MUSIC$795 and COMPANY up. SAVE HUNDREDS OF $$S!

:. Gainesville Shopping Center Crane Lincoln-Mercury 4-dr. sedan automatic R 899
i
.. FR 25353. H. solid white with
green Interior, very good
S. WILL transfer to responsible party condition.
choice of four spinet or console 506 E. University Ave.
: pianos. Pick up payments of Wur- I
,.- litzer Spinet Piano trade back PHONE 3714252HAWESPOWERS
a save $220. Wurlitier Organ with

._- sound, wen have a pick piano up to payments fit I '61 CORVAIR 16 GALAXIES LEFT
PIANO CO., -----
a. any decor. EARL'S ---- -- ---------
S 702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-003U w

:. SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at Pick up truck, automatic, 699
.-. S495. Rebuilt small Grand Piano O N 1 FAIRLANE LEFT
.. $650. Also another truck load of MOTOR CO. good condition throughout.
a rthose fine factory rebuilt pianos
t. +*"f fully guaranteed arrived today.
S. ty-We Invite you to visit us for all SMITTY SEZ
a musical needs. : 1 FALCON STA.
It?Y04"1 WAG. LEFT
:. SI: LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE 53 CHEV.
.. HL 112 SE 1st Street "We're still sell-

:r :TOR SALE used console piano. eX- 199
Tjra nice. We lust received anoth- ing these cars at Bel-AIr 4-dr., automatic,
." .*Tjer load of good used upright pt- I
.- ?, anon from Boston. Make your selection close to whole- R&H.
a- now before they are all
Terms for all GAINESVILLE 1
gone.
.- MUSIC CENTER. 1025 W. sale. The 65s
S. Univ. Ave.3725421.
:- FOR SALE used cornet in good will be out soon I 61 '
,: condition with lyre; $. Cal' 376- 61 RENAULT L ,
S 0986 after 4:00 P.MAutomotive. we must make .
1'C. Dauphin 4.dr. sedan, 499 t .
: room for the heater very cletan leather ;t naw .
/
t. J Interior. .... -1
trade ins. but if .'
is 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE

:i' you don't like
1962 INTERNATIONAL Scout ex-
.- cellent condition. Low mileage 2 '
a- wheel drive. pickup body. FR 2- these prices FALCON :1io
h 3737 2700 NE 15th Ter
'. make us an of Deluxe 2dr., R&H Turquoise 1299
:.. 83 Motorcycles & Scooters with matching interior
fer." like new.
a- FOR SALE 1963 Lambretta Scooter ..
a. In excellent condition. 1 owner -
a call 3764149 between 5 PM.&SP.M. .
S. .
/, 117C 4 door, 4 speed,
fl C. 1962 RALEIGH Auto. Ecen. CORVAIR ? '60TR3 I
\ a. campus transportation. Buying 63 radio, $1445

f':.. car $80.and Call must FR sell.65525.Good condition heater. . . . . . Roadster, R&H, new top. 1099 1

.. good condition, very
t C. 84. AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS / Nova, sport coupe, clean. .
,!. a 63 CHEVY II
radio $
: ,
:
CAR WAXING.. $9.90 695
,.- Engune cleaning and uphols t e ry heater . . . . . e2:i l.'
a cleaning. 732 NW 1st St. 62 FORD

:: AIR CONDITIONING. Tune up Radio, heater,
a. Special $2.50 for performance 62 VOLKSWAGEN $ Galaxie 500 4-dr. sedan, 1799MOST
S. test. All makes and models.
,
automatic. ,
,245ft PS R&H
I, S' of Powers Chrysler Motor built Co.cars.Air H Condi-awes- sharp. . . . . . beautiful chestnut with
_. leather
chestnut
a. ttonlng Servicing Center. 204 N. Interior.
: Main St.. Phone FR 2.2561.. 4 door, automatic .. .
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I.. Auto MILLER painting& SONS$29.95 RAMBLER transmis$1 1 QC 1 ONLY

:. Body work & trucks painted lion, radio, heater. . . . 1 n M
.. All work guaranteed DEALERS .
732 NW 1st St. PAY i
I. Monza, 4 speed,
:: 85 Automobiles for Sale 62 CORVAIR radio, MORE THAN WHAT i
,
$1325
I :'-- IMPALA 1958. body rusted Be t heater. . . . . . I 11 I TRUCKS LEFT
offer over $225. WE SELL THEM FOR!
:: Colt 376-0674. Impala 4 door N

I. MERCURY convertible. 1960 CHEVROLET
power
63
I. steering brakes, windows & hardtop V8, power -

.S.. eats.Call 376-0096.Large engine. A-1 cond. steering, radio, heater, real $2395 Buy anyone of theseat

.- CHEVY Impala '64. New, sharp . . . . . I
:: 2,750 mi $2600. Coll FR- 62 BUICKSpecial I cost plus 3%
64405. Commuter, station .
:. 162 MERCURY automatic 4-dr. deluxe, auto. 1799
S. 1955 CHEV. CONVERTIBLE. Good wagon trans. V.8. R&H new

a a.. condition.call FR 26062.$350. For information transmission, radio, heater, power $2045 tires. NOTE! Both offers expire on Sept. 24th.

a.S.. Crown Imperial 1964 like new. Must steering, air conditioned. Like new.
a. sell to settle estate. No air cond.
:. $4400. Phone 3764123. "50" 4 door sedan, '

a. '60 cond.SUNBEAM, one owner Alpine'FR'fulxtras.excellent 162 FAIRLANE V8, automatic transmission '61 FORD GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST SELECTION OF USED CARSSpecial

I: Priced right. Calf
radio
,
It.I $1445 Convertible, double sharp. 1699
; ._ 1955 FORD CONY. good top gOOd heater. . . . . . equipped with V-8. auto Low
i .a- tires, good looking. Fully equipped trans., R&H. 1963 1961 1958 1958
.,. priced at $395. 316 NE 1st St. 4 door, crown, power Galaxie Ford Chcv Ford
-. 1957 PORSCHE COUPE, completely 161 IMPERIAL Rate t
C steering, Galaxie 4-dr., ,
rebuilt excellent condition I i power Fairlane 500
500 4-dr V-& ,
throughout. See at 2115 NW 7th sedan R&H Bel Air 4-dr. 4dr., hardtop,
brakes radio heater '
:. PL after 1 PM. $2395 53 FORD 6 01 COM. R&H. COM. PS Select V-8, auto. V-a, R & H;.
ThisWeek
trans air conditioned. . . . 70 PS. AC. solid trans. R&H. Ford omatic.
: 55 CHEVROLET standard t"I white. green & white. dark
mission. 4 cylinder. Perfect Condi- 99 green.
:,. tion.PL Call 373-4438. 1815 NW 7th 61 PLYMOUTH door, station I J-dr. V-a, R1H, Good second Financing .i $1799 $1245'on $245 $245

.. automatictransmission car. _
1964 VW Deluxe Micro bus. split 1953 j'55ITT I-1- _
f-. seat, red & white. 50 HP excel- power steering, V8, $| Q/C[ all _

;: 395.lent Call condition FR 2-4281 private weekends party. and$2.- real sharp . . . . I w43 OLDS
. a: weekdays after 6 PM. '64 VOLKS New Ii 1961 1959 hI 1955 h

;. 63 OLDS Jetfire. fac. air. turbo 4 door, sedan, automatic 4dr. sedan. It Ford Ford 1961
160 DODGE Falcon I
charged 4 speed. loaded. John and
transmission heat. 2299 runs. Falcon I
radio
4-dr. custom <
S FR 2-8743 at 1122 .
Pierson. or see ,
I pass. bus split front Deluxe 4 dr.
Vi ton .
pickup
I cyl. radio std. Deluxe 4
NW 4th Ave. dr.
a er, power steering, $ R&H Standard
TOC I cyl., clean, trans. ,
: localon sta. R &
I Used wgn
with seat, like new condition. trans.,
I. :1-6- }air Chevrolet$1,300. parkwood STUDENT wagon.SPEC. real sharp. . . . . . / 757AH $49 green. light dark blue. owner. I H., dark FordomfttIc -
I. CIAL. '54 Plymouth perfect cond green
I a.. 43.000 sworn to miles. $395. Phone Falrlane "500" 4 door auto Cars! $899 $545 $195 $945
'
a FR 6-4405. FORD
I. matic transmission
C. 1957 Cross country Rambler station $645 '59 VAUX.
a. wagon. excellent condition. $500. radio, heater. . . . . .
'. Call FR 4-150. 199
'.
,. ILf\ 4 door standard transmission, Station wagon. heater.
.- 1964 CORVAIR Spider convertible. FORD
t a Daytona blue radio, heater -4 OU 6 cyl!., SAVE ON COMPANY
.
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L a.- covers.speed transmission.bucket seats,wire 4.000 mfles.I. wheel. nice. . . . . . . $525 $
Take over payments. Phone 376- UP 900 EXECUTIVE
.
: 4339 or 372.9776.SS.
SS. 159 2 door automatic More To Choose From"WE
.. 1963 PLYMOUTH station wagon. 4 CHEVROLET "Many
: ,a' dr., V-S. A.T. radio, heater power transmis$7QC TO CARS! I

:-. at $1950.steering Call, like 372-new.9607 before A bargain 5:30f sion, 6 cyl.. heater, real sharp. . / YD

a. P.M. or 372-3251 after 5:30 PJUL SELL TOSELL

, '. 1953 PONTIAC. standard transmission 759 PLYMOUTH Fury 4 door, auto
; S. radio heater good running motic $
:_ condition $125. Call 376-4091 after
9_ 5:30 PM.CORVETTE. transmission radio, heater. . 545 AGAINNO
S. I960 excellent shape,
'. sek or trade. 4 speed transmission SHAW AND KEETERHague
Headmaster 2 door hardtop
C new white wall tires. Phone 7C7 37 BUICK -
.a.- 3764089. $ ( REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED)

.I.w 54 CHRYSLER, stand. trans.drovef$150 6 cylinder full power . . . . . 395

e. from New Y fork.Wilust .. : ,'. f.
or trade for a Vespa In good 4 door station IC '
i; cond.372-7411. 58 STUDEBAKER '

:. 1963 Falrlane 500. Good condition wagon, $ GAINESVILLE OPEN TIL 9

,1.. and NW cheap.2nd Ave.Call afternoons 3764374 or after 707 radio, heater. . _u.. . 295 Wdo MONDAY thru

,. 4 P.MMUST FRIDAY
S. SELL 56 Dodge was S32S 57 MERCURY 4 door' radio, $

. t 1.- now P S30Q. Call 372-3M2 after i:30POMTIAC heater nice. 395See

I.. 57. tat. wag. Good AUTO
S.- cowl S450. See excellent Jim.I,Fine interior after, r &5.30 h. : J. L. SMITH WILBUR SLIGH. PAUL r.'

:- PM.Oe'h NW 1st Ave.
a BARNETT, FRANK_GRAY.
: Must SELL '60 Ford Conv.. noth-
; bg *" "". take up payments. Con-
i 7cla.JU Tilon '* Nw I** o k
t :: L Mon. FrL t tom S. HAWESPOWERSMOTOR GAINESVIU

' .. 1962 Ftlrtane, excellent condition. SALESOPEN
:. Assume payments. Total cost
$110& FR 65172.Ca .

I SKYLARK 1964. 1.000 miles SJOO
i a. down carry on payments. Call CO.1MPERIALVALIANTCHRYSLERPLYMQUTHSIMCA
0'i. ,2.R. .33iafter. S_:M P M_ TIL_ 9 PHONE 372.6313

1. 87 Automobiles W0nte t Across From Shopping Center
a -
I;, N.in. ;ttoi1 lads 312 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-3400 PHONE FR 6-5371 GAINESVILLE FLA. ,
I. : i Chevrolet. A>, Herndon ServW .
SE 4th St. j
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302 N.W. 8th Avt. II Ii i -- 1965 FIAT ,

;: FR 2.2583 SALE I i r :, :

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t POOLEGABLEMOTORS .

I[ DODGE.DART ',SPECIAL SEPTEMBER INTRODUCTORY PRICES NOW IN EFFECT ,
J TRUCKS i OPEN 8 A.M. TIL 9 P.M. 1.

L. lit SE 1st Av. t72-C4
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' 63 BUICK S3395
r
sedan automatic transmission I
power steering power brakes.
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low radio miles.heater.....air.....conditioned.t ......nits Riviera hardtop coupe, loaded with full power & air NEW STYLING, MORE HP, In the new Plot6COD
f MELTON MOTORS cond.. like new. :>>>.> most popular of all models made by
7M M. MAIN ST. PR7J71
I "F :>a\ famous Fiat and still lowest in price. Superb

Value Rated 62PLYM H295 >+ -s. operating economy. Unibody construction

Used Cars 4-dr. 6 cyl.. straight stick, R&H. $1295 Full warranty end easy payments. Nowhere
,:i B&G MOTOR CO. -II w else does every dollar buy you to much car

Cadillac Oldsmobile Try out a 600D. See for yourself. Special!
I 2001 NW 13th St. 57 CHEV 5595
I uctory pr';e. .
GAINESVILLEAUTO Wagon V-8, automatic transmission R&H.
I SALES Tit

t r 1007 Ph....N.FR Main%..61IJl St. '62 CHEV II $1795

l Northcentral Florida's ..y,y;. :..t. .
Independent Largest Dealer Hardtop auto. trons., R&H, Super Sport. "ONE OF THE ALL TIME GREAT TRANSPORTATION .

! BARGAINS" So Road and
i, FOR THE CORRECT
TIME 51 DODGE 295 Track.Magazine reports an its test of the
I ., ., ,
FR 2-1411 brilliant, aristocratic new Fiat 11 OOD. It's the '"+ r <
4-dr.' sedan. V-8, automatic trans., R&H, air cond.
Courtesy Of new version of the famed PEARL OF THE IM-
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N.University Male l St.at Chevrolet 16tll A.... PORTS. New Lines. New engine with greatertorque _
59 FIAT $1495
II I $395 .. increases driving ease. Full light windows _

/ BARKLEYMOTORS Good second car. I reclining seats padded dash, many luxury .
'
1P
i f touches. 4 door unibody construction. '

"IN THE AUTO GAME- 61 CHEV $1195 Rock bottom price. Easy terms. .
BARKLEY'S THE NAME" .
'2201 N.Mole St.
FR 2-4372 Big 4dr.' 6 cyl., automatic transmission.


!L I i 1964 '58 CHEV $395 ..

Brand new for 1965 the Fiat 4 door station
Impala coupe V-8 automatic transmission, R&.H. -
wagon, lowest priced wagon on the market. ;
FORD
o t Special September introductory price of only :
63 TEMP $2395
, $1795 includes all vinyl interior heater

CLEARANCE LeMons coupe, auto. trans., R&H, air cond. ,;;;,.; ay K : '. whitewall tires 4 speed transmission under .
:.. a. ;:> : hood I light, up to 35 miles per allot. Corn In
SALE '60 BUICK $1395 for a demonstration ride.


Sta. wagon V-8 auto trans., R&H, air cond.. PS. I

SHAW

& !' '60 YOLKS $1195 I SAVINGS UP TO $600 ON ALL SPORTS & FOREIGN CARS .

Heater, solid black.

I KEETER '63 RAMB $1595 1965 TriumphTR4 1963 M.G. 1962 TR-4 P

radio heater, wire wheels. Midqet radio heater. Triumph radio heater white walls.
238 W. University
Phone FR 6.5371 i 4-dr. R&H. .$2995 $1695 $1895


'63 FORD $2295 1964 English 1963 TR.4 1961 Sunbeam :

Ford Consul radio heater. Triumph radio heater. Alpine, radio heater.
.
Goloxie 4-dr. sedan V-8 auto. trans. R&'H PS extra t
nice. $1595 S $2295 $1295


I 60 DODGE $695 1964 TriumphTR4 1962 Simca 1960 Vaur.hall'

4dr.. sedan, automatic transmission R&H. radio heater. 11,000 miles radio heater. Sedan radio heater.
! '64 VOLKSWAGEN '$2695 $995 $695
Delux Microbus sunroof with S.
top windows, radio hater and 64 HEY $2695 S
Other accessories. Only 3,000
miles. like new, M BHr. -
1964 HillmanMinx 1960
1962 Fiat
Volkswagen
$2695
Malibu hardtop, V-S. agto. trans.. R&H, like new.
'63 PONTIAC Super radio heater automatic transmission,. Sedan radio heater. Spvder, radio. hosts

Tempest. whit LcMans Mint, rd aIr top conditioned 4- $1695 $1495 $1195Volkswagen
speed transmission.$1895 59 FORD $1195 S

'63 VOLKSWAGEN, like Galaxie 4-dr. sedan. V-8, auto trans., R&H, air'cona., 1964 TriumphSpitfire 1962 Mercedes 1960
Ruby! .red, cltan.' new.
$1495. radio heater 190 sedan, radio, heater. Convertible>> radio, heater.
'
J '62 VOLKSWAGEN $2095 $2695 $1095
1 I nk,*.rI. whit, radio WSW. extra 58 E. FORD $295 .

: $1295 4-dr. Good: second car. ,
'61 VOLKSWAGEN 1963 Fiat : 1962 SunbeamAlpine 1960 AlpineConvertible .
Beryl .rtlft, radl: 1100 sedan, radio heater. radio heater. ,radio,....ter.

[ '60 VOLKSWAGEN$1095 62 FORD $2095 $1195 $1695 $1095

Mania ern eltan. Convertible. V-8. auto trans., R&H, extra sharp:
$995 1963 M.G. 1962 PorscheSuper 1959
Triumph
r '59 VOLKSWAGEN :
Sunroof radio. Malar Mack. 58 CHEV $395 1100 .sedan radio, heater. S radio, heater. TR3. radio heater.
t $895 '
$1595 $2995 S $995 ,
: '64 VOLKSWAGEN Vi ton pickup. ..
Pickup Ilk* MW, radio. S
$1750 1963 Sunbeam 1962 TR.4 1956 Mercedes e
'61 ALFA ROMEO 55 HEY $295 -
Sprint Dark. bhM lmmcvltcondition. Alpine radio healer, hardtop. Triumph, radio, hooter, white wells. Overdrive. HOD. radio, hater :
$2195 t ton pickup. $2095 $1995 $995 :

'Deluxe 61 VOLKSWAGEN Microbes, red end .
58 INTER $1095
.- white 'extra.WAIL $1495 NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA'S NO. 1 DEPENDENT DEALER "WE DEPEND ON YOUR BUSINESS' :..

: CHEVROLET Long wheel l base & C&C ,
59
-. {hie. I deer VI, clean. ..
: $595 I ...

A'.w... 'w.-56 JEEPH.. $195 I i UNIVERSITYCHEVROLET BARKLEY MOTORS to...I,

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', 1030E "Gainesville's Largest Volume Dealet" _
-..4.. Fl Univ.2.3SS2 Ave, a THE CHEVY CORNER. 16th Ave. & N. Main FR 2-4373 "IN THE AUTO GAME BARKLEY'S THE NAME" Open Doily Til! 9-Sun. TH 6
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I Roads r Mr. Small Businessman:
County Reopening

r ri 'qeYt CORNER GROCERY STORE
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t I I '- INDEPENDENT SERVICE STATION
County Engineer Roy Miller they were before the storm hit. end of next week "We've lost a lot of paving, .
ro : 'y said' today that about 75 perCent But they will be open," Miller Damage to county roads is es- and we're going to lose some I ''< FISH CAMPHARDWARE
'( p
Aw a of county roads closed said. timated 'as at least ::
i by $70,000. more," said the engineer. He] / FEEDSTORE, etc.
Hurricane Dora's flood waters By the end of next week, he About 35 per cent of the county's
.. have been reopened, ana almost expects only four roads_still to 800 miles of paved and un- asked motorists to avoid using
all will be within a week. be closed. Miller said he expects -paved roads and subdivision paved roads which were flood-
t,. ,: i .J Ja "This doesn't mean we have to stop calling his road streets were closed due to flood- ed, so that damage will r.ot'be Would You ,i ,

Y' ,. xn.r the roads back in the shape crews to work Sundays at the ing. even greater.
Like To
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G.E. Awards Stokowski MAKE'MORE ,
I University Leopold WE GOT S


t Study Grant Conducts Tonight on TV5One I

I
of the 1964 65 season's 'York City. The orchestra is i $0610S MONEY?

; : >;:; General CROTONVILLE Electric Foundation, N.Y. The major' musical events on.made up partly of some of the S
I : has
WUFT-TV, Channel 5 will bea :most talented young players 'CAUSE WE
IJ announced the award of a $5,000 it'll PAY to PAY a visit-to-
J It graduate research and study series of 13 concerts by dis- recently graduated from the CHARGE SO LITTLE you
tinguished American and European :music schools of the U.S., and
t grant in'of chemistry Florida, Gainesville.to the University symphony orchestras.\.partly of seasoned free lance r rent a car from t George E. Davis, Jr..

\ The premiering program, fea- .musicians in New York with ECONOCfr0lll3 .
Joseph M. Bertotti, secretary turing the American Symphony 'whom Maestro Stokowski has COMMISSION AGENT
jf The General Electric Foundation !!
-
Orchestra conducted by Leo worked in concert
J .e3. performances .r
y said that the =
: grant is -
r x pold Stokowski, is tonight at 9 I and recordings for
many BULK
TT
of 150 HUMBLE OIL
/ one totaling $650,000 dis- o'clock. Gas Oil Insurance All Included \
YouthPeter tributed today to more than 100 years. NO DROP CHARGETO
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_' colleges and universities across Making its first television ap- I JAX AIRPORT & REFINING CO. V. X PLANT
Bushnell left son of Mr. and Mrs. David the country. pearance, the American Sym- For a black eye,apply a.cold Phone FR 6-3644
; Bushnell, 620 N. W. 34th St. receives a'$25 savings These grants comprise the phony plays the Fanfare to compress immediately for OFFICE AT MANOR MOTEL 205 N.E. 33rd St. 372-3383

i bond from Sun Circulation Manager Bob Tartaglione biggest part of the Foundation's "La Peri" by Paul Dukas and about 15 minutes per hour.. I" ---- -- --.----------.
{ ,for his outstanding performance during last week's eleven 1964 aidto -. education Tchaikousky's Fourth Symphony -

j storm. Several of the 16-year-old newspaperboy's programs. Nearly one and one- .
*. customers, residents of the hard-hit Clear Lake half million dollars In supportof Between the performance of

i I neighborhood, commended the youth for his un- higher and secondary educa- the two works, NET producer
: interrupted delivery' service in the area, where as tion, educational associationsand Curtis Davis talks with Maes- '

t -much as four feet of water covered streets and organizations has been approved tro Stokowski, who discusseshis : t >..;
said all carriers did outstanding : 'fly:: _' ( : I? V irk
sidewalks. Tartaglione an by The General Electric career and the selections i
V. job, under adverse conditions and Bush- Foundation for this year. played in this concert. .,-"" ct'4 V % Sy ".'lJ j.
nell was selected as a representative of the boys. The American Symphonywas 7'!\
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study of the monumental In- 1962. It has established a bril-
dian ruins at Pueblo Bonito, in liant critical record in con- "

New Mexico's Chaco Canyon, certs on tour and at its home .-,

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;Jd by the Gainesville Police De- NE 5th Ave., at 9:38 a.m. Thurs- Paint :' i
Apartment and the Alachua County !day at W. University Ave. and

Sheriff's Office during thepast 16th SlArnold I

24 hours were: E. Tenney, 5030 New- less You. .can. if you buy can House afford Paint it. For for .
.: Thomas J. Weir, 4104 NW berry Blvd. and Ruby S. Mat- more square feet per dollar-and \
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years per coat-wt offer these fine .
1st Ave. and Lawrence E. Bro- thews, 422 NW 15th Ave., at 9:35 Davis Paints at special low SALE '. "' -....-. -.- U
sale prices. Any of hundreds of ,
der, University of Florida, at a.m. Thursday at S. Main St. colors at the same low sale price { I \ S I I .
as white. i is
2.02 p.m Thursday at W. Uni- and 1st Ave.
versity Ave. and 15th Ter. Sam Harrell, Rt. 4 and Hobart I f //I/I*""llliHIII"' ffiiiii//////////////////////////////iiiniffifii" ; j

Marion Harshbarger NW L. Brower, 1127 NW 16th SATINTONE / j

40th Ter.. and Lawrence A. Ave., at 3:45 p.m. Thursday 1 HOUSE PAINT and PRIMER 'j t
Blackwelder, 703 SW 2nd at the intersection of State it Is-* House Paint which goes on as 'i t '
Ter.1 ri and dries as quickly as latex wall paint I \
;-at 11:41 a.m. Thursday a; 'Roads 23 and 24. I beautiful colors and brilliant white have I I Fc'
climate
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is the new easy way to home beauty and f
protection. The primer-in colors to match the '. '. ': : '
:Durrance Is Nominated finish coat-is latex too, and mil. ". {. d .1,
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I atinTone dew resistant. For any exterior sur- SALE PRICE '
;= woos ? face-new or previeu.ly i painted. $L75 IA .., ,- ..
For Road Fund Trustee $75< j. < '
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:- Jack Durrance, Alachua Coun- treasurer, Ed Larson, and road T.F T.
commissioner has been board chairman John I
ty nomInated Phillips.I SUN FAST = .
for another term on the Durrance has been vice Chair- HOUSE PAINTIn 1 rye
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*state Board of Secondary Road man of the board. self cleaning white and fade resistant .T 5 .. 1J
I Fupd'Trustees, a panel created Alachua County has a loan i colors this is the gloss House Paint which ,,, I? t '". ?
>> has been beautifying homes and making t-,
toi jass'on requests for loans to request standing before the| friends, for many years. Any of ,
counties of idle state road funds. board. ;; hundreds of colors at no extra SALE PRICE
The county commission is i cost i\ .

: during Durrance's the 35th nomination anniversary came con- seeking amount$500,000- to- extend the maximum 8th-i REG.PRICE $750,GAL. $675W GAL. Iles:tflda '4'":6acoti J. 'V; '.i ta.i :..: .;4ji.'p:': p: '4uwi: iraw:. :..m >> ,', ."' .... :: -" 1'

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;jOf County Commissioners in Millhopper Road. j

;Clearwater this week. He was Loans are repaid from county]I LATEX MASONRY PAINT IN: OUR SHOWROOMS: 'f
1962.
: SACC president in secondary road fund receipts. I Ii If your house is block, brick, asbestos siding.
i cement, stucco, or any masonry material, this is
Members are appointed by the II *!P the paint for you Rolls or brushes like a dream, fall suits and coatsin
governor, who. normally relieson I with covers water.like a It blanket dries in and minutes.equipment wash,; up new sport

recommendations of the Not only easy to use. but the white J
is dazzling and the colors stay SALE PRICE
state association.The tl'urx nTone bright for years Resists mildew too XK -,
r the brilliant styling
ES1car I
board was created by "wsowy- r. $ ::49 $4 v9
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the 1963 legislature, and given GAL. GAL.PROFESSIONAL .
authority to approve loans up to tailored by KUPPENHEIMER: : ,

$500,000 to1 any county for spe- F .

cial secondary road and bridge insurance buy- We're privileged to introduce a great new style-a style designed for men who want to feel,
the ;
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projects. Normally, -
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road fund carries a balance HOUSE PAINTA as well as look, their confident best. The XK by Kuppenheimer-a pace-setting style withy

% of about $10 million which has and Contact top service.me today. durable oil base house paint in white fc PHVI5 the fine lines of a thoroughbred racing car, lean and trim- a new, highly comfortable,
; come into the fund, which is and hundreds of colors. Mildew
resistantREG.PRICE and fume r forward-tailored shoulder treatment-with the carefully thought-out details you expect to
1 not immediately needed. 117 N.E. ...
Membership includes three F "'r r-- [ find in 'Kuppenheimer clothes-handsome imported fabrics, tailored to the traditional

commissioners, the state 15th Ave. $595 $500 ;, famous. We to our great collection
county "J Ld i standards!' for which Kuppenheimer is urge you see

PhoneFRanklin GAL. GAL. today. XK suits $115.00. Kuppenheimer sport coats $69.95-575.00.
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