Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00281
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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 21, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00281
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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America's newest and biggest bomber-the controversial XB70A roared into the Thousands Flee I

? sky today on its long-delayed first test flight. The craft is shown above with slow-

Ready. down chutes in a taxi test.' Although designed for 2,000 mph and 80,000 feet, the Handling. Of

pilots today plan to stay under 800 mph and '35,000 feet. More than $1 billion has Raging Forest FireCALISTOGA

been spent on it and a sister plane. Tonkin N etvsWASHINGTON'

Calif. (AP,- A pected to be in the millions of
: (AP) Sen. wild forest fire burned dollars.
: uncontrolled
Barry Goldwater. has fired into Calistoga today, destroying Many residents refused evacuation f

1' : Cable Car Goes Wild strong criticism at the administration at least 35 homes and braving the incendiaryash

for its handling of news wafting up hot ash that ignited to try and save their
on the latest Tonkin Gulf incident
fires in five' nearby commu homes. .
and charged that ,President nities.
More than 500 firefighters
I Passengers Jump, Hang On in 'Frisco Mishap ,J Johnson has a "crisisof.theweek" The fire, which turned on from surrounding towns in the

.I foreign policy. this Napa' Valley resort town Napa Valley wind belt poured
II II The Republican ,presidential late Sunday when 70 mile-an- into Calistoga to aids .
'I SAN :FRANCISCO* (AP) the operator halted the car witha must have passed out becausethe pavement. They tumbled into candidate who campaigns to- hour winds changed direction, Hively said an official count

'. The cable car stopped suddenly rarely used last-resort emergency next thing I knew my lady heaps in the street. day in Charlotte, N.C., said at one time surrounded Calis- showed .35' buildings-including

; andiegana a wild, fast backward brake a metal bar that friend was over me asking howI The car had climbed about Sunday night in a statement: toga on three sides, Police the historic Tubbs Mansion, a
t roll down Russian Hill. drops from the car into the was." three-quarters of the way up "This administration's lack of Chief Kenneth Hively said. Calistoga landmark were

Passengers screamed and cable slot. It jammed so tightly Mrs. Baer and her friend, Russian Hill from Fisherman's purpose, direction and even More than half the town's 2-, burned. But there were unconfirmed -
shouted. Some jumped off and it'had to be cut out with a weld Sophie Miller, 57, also a widow, Wharf overlooking Alcatraz honesty in its conduct of the 500 residents and 'tourists had reports that as many as

fell in a tangle of arms and legs. 'er's torch. were among the 20 passengerswho when the grip on the ,cable cold war has led to what now been evacuated, police said. 50 homes had been burned.

"All Isaw was the hill going "Someone said 'Jump,'" ,Mrs. refused or were unable to failed. may be described as a crisis-of- There were no immediate reports Burning ash from the fire -
fast, and I said This is it,' Baer recalled, and some people leap from the runaway car. "We could feel it starting to the-week foreign policy. of casualties. visible more than 40 miles

: Susie Baer recalled later. For jumped off the front. They fell slip, then moved faster and "This weekend's crisis involves Mayor Herbert Hanley said away-touched off other f. es.
t. Mrs. Baer, a 52-year-old widow, like cats. Some of them were The two women and seven faster backwards," said Joseph Viet Nam and another Gov. Edmund G. Brown was Calistoga police said fires had

and 35 others it was a fright bleeding."I others were treated for injuriesat Ruiz 41, of Montebello''Calif. incident in the Gulf of Tonkin. asked to declare the Napa Val been reported on the outskirts
ening experience Sunday when Emergency Hospital. "Someone shouted 'Jump' and "The administration has triedto ley fire scene a disaster area, of Napa 30 miles south of Cal.
looked and the bodies Mrs. Miller suffered broken
the car lost its grip on the cable saw a some children near me jumped.I the that the making federal aid available. istoga; in Stonecrest, near
manage so
and began rolling free down a falling out, and that beautiful shoulder: waited too long and when I hit incident is Hanley said damages were ex- (See FIRES on Page 2)r
between view that I always loved. Sixteen most of them the forgotten as quicklyas
steep block of Hyde Street persons, street I fell and skidded possible.
Chestnut and Lombard. "Then the car stopped and I children, vaulted from the front along on my abdomen and '"
1:1 I After more than half a block fell from one end to the other. III and rear open platforms to the arms." "They cannot however" Johnson's
: sweep a war under the rug. Going
Last Friday, Secretary of ;

S. Viet Nam Defense Robert S. McNamarasaid .
-t Absent Senators Are Told
in a brief statement that
'To Meet Public'eye
preliminary reports had been ;

Moves Into received of a.nighttime incidentin .

i To Get Back to Business ,Gulf international of Tonkin..'He waters said no in'damage the- WASHINGTON (AP) Pres- ," campaigning in as many

New ChaosSAIGON had.been reported by Amer- ident Johnson said today he is states as he.can, probably more -
ican vessels and there was no' going to go out to talk to the than 30. f I

; WASHINGTON (AP) Con- when their opponents are last week approved a resolutionthat (AP) South Viet loss of American personnel. people and "look them in then The President outlined some* :; t
gressional leaders are trying to stumping back in the home :would allow the Houseto Nam appeared todaYto'.be.slid. Nothing more would be said '. of his upcomjn travels at. a -
bring enough members back to districts. .consider) a constitutional. .ing rapidly toward general co)-' he added, until an.investigation \ news conference.
,s' town to tend to business so Congress ,For this reason, there-will be amendment/nullifying the'Su, -. "t lapse <;, .. j,' ; was completed'onreports of the .tivil' RightsMUrder He also said! he Is not overconfident '.

can get out of town'before another attempt this''"'week,. .& ,pre n*Court: decision "In, Saigon; a general strike,"; new incident the gulf',where" '' about a campaign in _
Election Day. deal ,with the,issue. in which Viet Cong elements North Vietnamese patrol boats h Trial which polls show him leading
Since the Senate failed three The chief,battleground will be Dern "are believed to have played an made two attacks on American' ; Republican nominee Barry I

times last week to show a quo- the Senate. \Names. important role, crippled communications destroyers 'seven weeks ago. Goldwater.
leaders have sent Senate Republican Leader Everett Johnson had no further dis-
rum, Senate and many city The August attacks brought Opens Today
j urgent telegrams to absent M. Dirksen of Illinois is functions, such as port activity, prompt retaliation. Johnson ordered closures as to what happened 4

senators demanding that they still pressing for his rider on CampaignCommittee power and water supplies and US. planes to hit North ,BILOXI Miss. .(AP) A in the latest Tonkin Gulf incident 1
get back on the job this week. reapportionment. Senate liberals transportation.In Vietnamese patrol boat bases Friday morning. The government I
Mansfield of still plan to filibuster againstit. federal grand jury gathered has that U.S. i
Mike the coastal reported
Senator city of Qui and oil dumps an action' today to hear secret testimonyon
Montana the Democratic leader Nhon, student demonstrators of destroyers sighted approachingboats
backed Goldwater.
by the of the three
case murdered -
has made it clear that Con- Attempts to kill either the two rival factions virtually took Johnson called McNamaraand warned them, fired and ;I
Members of the Aiachua civil rights workers.
six key rider or the filibuster have the boats .
had to consider over, seizing the radio station disappeared.As
gress other advisers to the White
County Democratic camp i g n The evidence to be
bills before leaders would adjourn failed. and laying siege .to the province presentedwas for the threat of a rail
The rider which Dirksen is committee have been appointedby House late Saturday morning to compiled 'during one of the
j the session and let all chief in his house. Late reports strike at 6 a.m. Tuesday John-
to tack on to the foreignaid Democratic Campaign discuss the latest incident, and most intensive investigations in
members rush out to the cam- trying indicated the siege had been son said he had nothing to say
bill, would delay all court Chairman Judge Ira Carter. at midafternoon McNamara an- FBI history.The .
paign trails. lifted but the situation was extremely at this time. This was in answer
.. The House also has had its proceedings on reapportionmentuntil Campaign committee v.orkersare tense. nounced that two U.S. destroyers first witness listed was to a question as to whether j
the start of 1966. He wantsto James Pope, Jess Davis, on routine patrol in the Gulf )i
quorum troubles and failed to Reliable sources disclosedthat the sheriff of Neshoba County, he might in some way inter
muster a majority of its members gain time for approval of a Mrs. Byron Winn, Mrs. Charles mountain i tribesmen of Tonkin "were menaced by Lawrence Rainey of Philadelphia vene.

one day last week. constitutional amendment that Farris, Uoward Adams, Mrs. trained by Americans as irregular four ,unidentified" vessels Fri. Miss. The presidential travel plans j
for Congress would nullify the Supreme Court Carl Opp, Earl Jernigan, :Mrs. day and fired warning shots. He
The key problem troops slaughtered 17 low Two of the dead men were he said they are subject to ,
of decision requiring all state legislatures George Wolff, Mrs. Clarice Harrison said the approaching craft then
appears to be the issue reapportionment land Vietnamese Special Forces 'white volunteers from New some adjustment-start with a ,
of statelegisla to apportion them Dick Jones, Lu Hir. 'ery. troops Sunday before the tribes- disappeared.His York City. The third was a trip Tuesday to address the
'selves on the basis of populationand L. K. Walker and Edgar Leo Saturday afternoonh statement
tures. men seized the Ban Me Thuot Meridian Miss., Negro. They United Steelworkers convention
Until Congress takes care of nothing else. ,Johnson, all of Gainesville; radio station. came nearly 22 hours after were last seen alive leaving the in Atlantic City. i

it, congressmen,may continue to An attempt at a compromisefailed :Mrs. Bertha L. Kennedy, High The tribesmen also virtually first reports of the flareup Philadelphia jail. On Friday, Johnson said he \

feel it is a waste of time to stayin on a 42-40 vote last week, Springs; Henry Bethea, New- arrested their American ,advisers reached the Pentagon. A Penta- Rainey was told to bring arrest will go to El Paso Tex., to join

Washington particularly but there now is talk of revivingit. berry; Mrs. Annie Mae Phillips, forbidding them to use ra- gon, source later said McNa- records, jail dockets from the president of Mexico In un-
Hawthorne; Mrs. Janie Noe See VIET mara's 147 word statement: and marker for the boundary j
( NAM on Page 2)) January to September veiling a -
East Germany's This compromise would have Waldo; Floyd Tillman, Orange "Apparently closed the incidentfor membership records of the of the once-disputed Cha-
the "sense of Congress" Heights; L. R. Snowden. Camp- all practical purposes."
said it was auxiliary police force. mizal area. On the same day,
ville; and C. F. Cumbee New- 4 Men Still But it wasn't closed as far as !
GrotewohlDies that the courts ought to Deputy Cecil Price also was he will travel back to Oklahoma -
>> give states reasonable time to berry. Goldwater was concerned. In among those ordered to appear to dedicate the Eufaula :
BERLIN (AP) Otto Grote reapportion and that the courts Democrats will open headquarters his statement Sunday night he Price arrested the three men on Dam, 30 miles from Muskogee.He .

wohl, prime minister of East ought to consider the fact that for the 1964 campaign Trapped said the incident raised several. a speeding charge last June 21 also will go to Oklahoma

,Germany, died today after a Congress might approve the Tuesday night at 120 SE 1st questions, among' them: and held them five hours, releasing City and speak at the state fair I

long illness, the official East constitutional amendment.The Ave LAS VEGAS Nev. (AP) A "Why were the American them at about 10:30 p.m. that day.

German news agency ADN re House, meanwhile, will tangle of '700 feet of elevator people given no details of the Price said he escorted the On Monday Sept 28, John '

ported. He was 70. bide its time on the issue. It Flood Protest cable hampered efforts todayto incident for nearly two full station wagon in which the three son said, he hopes to vivsit the

Grotewohl had been ailing for already has passed a resolution rescue four men trappedmore days; was something beings were traveling to the city limits New England States. He indicated

years. Although it never was believed of- restricting the courts that is far By Petition than 40 hours in an 1,800- ( e TONKIN on Page 2)) then turned away. be would start at Provi-

fieially admitted,' he was stronger than the Dirksen rider. foot-deep nuclear test chamberat *, The burned-out station wagon dence, R.I., with a stop at
to have been suffering the Nevada testsite. later Brown University and a visit to
The House Rules Committee Atxfut 230 homeowners have Commission was found two days
from leukemia. signed a petition calling on the One man at the top was killed Philadelphia. the elderly former Sen. Francis

city and county to solve Hog. and four at the bottom trapped Deputy Price was told to Green.

Medical Center town Creek drainage problems, Saturday night when the cable Agenda LightCity bring any personal belongings or o

Appoint so that serious flooding of the snapped.Ten notes from the three men to the
II lower' drainage area-such as workmen, all from the Commissioners may grand jury hearing. He said he WHERE TO :

Chairman for United FundCoL occurred during Hurricane Dora base, worked at the mouth of have a short meeting tonight if had nothing like that "or any ,
won't happen again. the shaft and at the 1,500-foot they stick to the brief agenda. information for the jury." FINDIT J
level today. The site is 68 miles Business scheduled for discussion residentsof
The is signed mostlyby More than 100 other
Edward E. King, assist- tion of the Philippines and par- petition Gaines northwest of Las Vegas. includes the proposed rural east-central Mississippi Comics . 12'
residents of the
J. Hil- in the Okinawa
the ticipated cam
ant to the provost at mobile home ordinance .13.15 j
"We're park.
has paign.He ville sections whose areas were not worried, said anAtomic county were subpoenaed.When eEntertainment'
Miller Health Center, and 11
Energy Commission sewer payments assess
division holds the Distinguished flooded eight days: ago. the men '
appointed a Obituaries . J2
ments and from
been spokesman. "We'll reports
James Adkinson, who initiated: probablyget the search for them went on for
Flying Cross, four Air MedalsSee
for the 1965 community 0 Opinion Page . 4
chairman commission committees., i
wide United Fund drive. ( KING on Page 2) the position movement, said the them up sometime today. weeks. It involved hundreds of, Sports . .9, 10Women's .
The commission 7:30
meets at
"But it's taking little more *
will; be askedto a 400 sailors or-
and including
city county men
Keith Austin 0 . 5 t
General Chairman take action. and do whatever time than we thought getting p.m. at the Utilities Operations <,
said Colonel King will direct must be done. all that cable out of there Center, 555 SE 5th Ave. (See RIGHTS on Page 2)) :j
the fund drive at the University

the,of campaign.Florida medical center to Dr.in Li : 'All Humphrey i

Samuel King, now P. Martin,asssistant moved to Right Financially'

Gainesville in June.1960, following ,, ,

his retirement from the, WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Democratic vice presidential well enough off to get along and the,holdings of the men on the phrey has been able to save, a

United'States Marine Corps after Hubert H. Humphrey says he is candidate said: I have no complaints." two presidential tickets. little money. He is not a poor
'_ 11"years service. happy to report that he has beena Could be give a rough hint? President Johnson has released -, man, nor is he wealthy."
in the "I am going to do all right.
Auditors hired
of by Johnson
*gt was and "there will an auditor'sreport
think wait
prudent man "Oh, I ought to
shortly after his We had a little mortgage on a listed the
Marine Corps his considerable holdings. GOP recently President's
t'r. be enough there to take care of for the bombshell It win be
in Minnesota. This
graduation; from the' State University out presidential nominee Barry wealth at $3,484,098. This was
of Iowa In 1939. He was mother. one's paid for. We have a few very interesting. Goldwater and his running not an estimate of the current ,..
He to tell the nation all bonds. I made Is be in the red financially? !
plans a
;.ilacted Phi Beta Kappa as a government mate, Rep. William ,E. Miller, market value of the family
about his net worth today or out "I surely am not. I am happy
iiI senior.In couple of wise investments also made public their assets. properties. Other estimates of .
1943, King qualified' as a Tuesday. home. in Minnesota."I 'to say that I have proven'* myselfto A long-time friend of Hum- the Johnson's wealth ranged

Naval aviator in Marine Corps Asked'about his night financial in a can say that I am not as. be a prudent man. phrey summed it up this way: from $10 million to $14 million.

f'sf3F viatien'*and later became con radio-television condition Sunday interview on well off as my brother who is in The accounting is expected to He is. by',far the, poorest of Figures released by Gold-. -

manding officer of a Marine the private enterprise, but I am show Humphrey a poor fourth in tI bur candidates. Sen. Hum- (See HUBERT on Page 2) i
*" f'.,ht,r' jsmiadron' In the libera KING NBC "Meet the Press,

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PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly More About Weather Roundup More About SAGE ADVICE

Tonkin WISDOM? '
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From' Page: .1 .con ...,.... Take your choice. Either way, it's a sure bet you'll geta

e:' '- From Page smile, a chuckle or a belly laugh from letters American
covered up or, almost as shock c' children write to their President in Washington.
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-.. ing, was there such a confusionof ZONES u. \ \ X and several campaign ribb ons Inhibitions go out the window as they reveal personal
wy; communications that secrets and give advice on politicking and gen-
the B C Partly cloudy participation in combat operations problems,
administration actually didn't through Tuesday. Low s Na during World War II. erally tell the President on how the country should In

know what' has happened?" in upper 60s. High Prior to his retirement, Colonel run. They pull no punches in letters to

On Friday Goldwater had to 90. Northeasterly F v King was head of the Per-

said the administration was to 15 miles an hour. sonnel Analysis and Research
: waiting for an air mail letter Branch at Marine Corps Head- Dear President
just to find out what A-Cltir to partly cloudy r in .
happened. noon. tonight and Tuesday. I It* quarters Washington.He
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey of erature change. Low tonight M is a member of the University
High Tuesday 85 to to. Winds
Minnesota, the Democratic vice- 10 to 20 knots. City Kiwanis Club the

presidential candidate, wa s cal D showers- Considerable through cloudlnets Tuesday. board of directors of the JohnsonSelected
asked about the incident Sun- night 70 to 74. High T-iesday Gainesville Boys Club and is a
:Ji 80s. Northeasterly winds IS to 25
hour. Small past president of the Highland
day night during a television- an craft should
caution due to rough seas and t< ,
radio interview, NBC "Meet the to two feet above normaLE \a Court Manor Recreation Asso- from the White House mall by Bill Adler. .
Press." F H I Mostly t,, r \ ciation.
Tuesday. Low tonight 70 to 75. Illustrated by Charles M. Schulz of "Peanuts" fame.
He said the problem was not easterly winds 10 to 15 miles an p.m.'a WEATHER Colonel King and his wife, the
G J K Partly cloudy: -? Dear President Johnson
former Ruth Ann of 4. Don't say too much that
one of communications Repasky
v adding: Tuesday with a few local shower Airport readings
"The did back tonight In mid 70s. High Pittsburgh Pa., live at 1406 Here is how you can win the will get you in trouble
message as
'ci L 80s. Northeasterly winds 10 to 1! to 8 a.m. today: election
N. E. 28th St. They have four Good Luck
to what action was taken by an hour.
our 2 low
at 70 at
14 k I 5 p.m. children Charles John Pamela 1. Promise a lot for everybody
destroyers, the two destroyersin TEMPERATURES rain. SallySPeoria
I High Law and Patricia.
that area. The problem was Jacksonville ............ 84 71 Illinois
2. Kiss all the babies
Miami ................. ALMANAC
V7T, not of getting the message back Tampa ............... 84 M 76 ................ 6:27: p.m. 3. Be nice to dogs *
-/ but of finding out really what Atlanta ............._.. 83 65New ......... 6i> a.m.
Orleans ........... to (Harvest Moan) rises Bahamians
fl- happened in the Gulf of Tonkin, Boston ............'..... 62 -4 ................ 6:51 a.m.
;: New York .. 66. Mercury, low In tt>e east
because the four vessels that Washington ::::::::::::: 65 41 twilight. grows bright
appeared on the radar screen, Chicago ..........4..... 80 and moves nearer the fONE }
Kansas City ............ 76 appearance. as an eve- ProtestingCuba Two THREE (
4 after having been after receiving Denver ...........0 40 be In November. I I

a firing of notification, Tuesday CEDAR- High KEY at 1:53 TIDES a.m. : Northeast FORECAST winds 10 LOUNGE/
or of warning, kept coming on, p.m. Low at 8.02: a.m. and 8.23 through Tuesday. Fair. Flights

and then there was open firing ,

by our destroyers and then the 5 Day ForecastFIVE NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) -

4 vessels seemed to disappear. Hundreds of Bahamians prepared -

: "Now in so far as what we DAY FORECAST degrees; normal lows 67 to 74,. today for a mass protest Y .

were doing and what was hap- Temperatures across the state Scattered showers over the: at International Airport if Fidel

pening' there, we have a pretty will average about normal for southeast section of the state! Castro carries out an announced

good idea. But how to evaluate the next five days. No important expected over the five-day pe. plan to begin weekly flights

it, that is another thing. dayto day changes in riod. No rainfall of significanceis with Russian-built airliners between -
"Now Mr. Goldwater said that weather conditions are expect, forecast for the rest of the! Havana and Nassau. )

we ed. Normal highs are 85 to 89 I state, however.
apparently were waiting for Chuck Hall, a television repairman -
an air mail letter. I consider organizing the demon-

(AP Wirepheto to the Sun) that comment very childish." stration, said groups representing -
North. Vi. <'t "Mamtlatmorf. _.... .. CM....
---- --- & "" Billy Graham many local organizationswould
day that Washington fabricated be at the airport with

The Swedish Look the latest Tonkin Gulf incident banners condemning the flights."If .

f Kirstin Jonson, left, and Ingrid Bjorklund displaytwo chances to bolster Johnson's election Hall wanted it," comment. -
over Goldwater and S
creations from the Jer-Sea of Sweden 1965 Tours the BarsBOSTON ed a Bay Street businessman,

I swin and beachwear collection during a preview in steady the South Vietnamese "he could get the whole city Washington, D. C. lounging around and I want to

London. Kirstin was Miss Sweden of 1963. government. out there." The White House I lounge.

(AP) Evangelist at the choir and said, 'I see The first flight was scheduledto Dear President Johnson Sincerely

I More AboutRivht Billy Graham believes there's a we've got some new dancers.' It arrive here'late today. I, a future voter of this Jack N.

similarity between church congregations looked at the minister and said The British government approved -country, would like to state my Seattle Washington

Music MasterDr. and persons he met 'I see we've got a new bartend the flights under an opinion on physical fitness in *

during a visit to Boston's nightspot er.' It looked at the congregation -agreement giving Cuba and America. I feel that you should Dear President JohnsonI

Eugene Ormandy, conductor district. and said, 'But it's the same Britain reciprocal landing set an example for the peopleof want to visit j i your LBJ

of the Philadelphia Orchestra Dr. Graham told his Crusadefor I;old crowd." rights. The Bahamian government America. Whenever you are. ranch. I would like to be there

returned Sunday from a 26- From Page 1 Christ audience at Boston Dr. Graham said his tour of which is independent except -shown on TV, you are relax-, for the last roundup.

day road tour with his musicians. Garden that his Saturday night the nightlife area was not his in matters of defense and ing or taking it easy. This does Your palS

On hand to greet them at dered into the hunt by President visit to the city's honkey-tonk first contact with it. foreign policy protested the de not make me get up and jump. John H.

the airport were 300 wellwishers Johnson. area reminded him of the parrot He said he was walking near cision to London. I see the leader of this country r __Patterson New Jervpy il

and a 200-piece high The search ended Aug. 4. An that escaped with singed feathers -his hotel shortly after arriving I, In Washington Rep. Paul'

school band. informer told where the bodies when the place was swept in Boston last week, "when a Rogers, D-Fla., warned that the CarterTo

4 were buried. The FBI uncov- by fire and dazed, took refugein fellow called me from the: flights would be "highly offen Big Gladys I Judge
Dr. Ormandy recalled the or- ered them deep inside a red a church. : sive to the people of Florida and

chestra's performance at Tern clay watershed dam about sev- "As the bird came to his place going.:' "'Hey Billy! how's it the United States" and the islands Head LBJCampaign

pe site of Arizona ,State Unl en miles from Philadelphia.Each 'senses," he related, "it looked [ would suffer a drop in the Brushes j
versity. It was the first con- man had been shot with Dr. Graham said he stepped t
; lucrative American tourist I
I cert in a new $3.5-million auditorium -.a 38-caliber pistol. A private inside, "shook some hands and I

one of the last designed autopsy report on the Negro, More ,About said I wanted to see them all at, trade.Rogers added that the agree- BermudaMIAMI I Judge Ira Carter has been appointed
th, Garden this
by the late Frank Lloyd James Chaney, said pe had S "* ; week. ment under which the flights head of the Johnson-
'jthat was the general AP Hurricane !
message ( ) -
Wright. been beaten so severely
manyof Fires would be permitted was made Humphrey campaign In Alachua
I his bones shattered.The Graham presented Saturday Gladys, a whopper coveringmore
i were before Castro and that adequate County by the state Democratic -
: NOVOTNY I state autopsy was never night as he visited several bars, exist to Cu- than 85,000 square miles I campaign chairman.
grounds now keep
made public. exchanged quips with passersbyand inched her way north today,
Tito Talks Space Trophy Presumably any indictment From Page 1 handed out invitations for ban planes. out of the islands. brushing the Bermuda "Islands Thomas Fleming Jr., state

11 the 23-man his crusade meetings. The flights would open a new with gale force winds. I chairman of-the Florida Lyn-
grand must
President Antonin Novotny of WASHINGTON (AP) The Napa,; in the towns of Ruther-! route for Castro agents in the don Johnson JCamp i
Crusade workers toured a g n an-
be civil
a rights violation the
Czechoslovakia left for National Geographic Society possibly ford and Angwin to the east, Hemisphere. Cuba now has air At 5 a.m. (EST), Gladys was '
today a I nounced th :.Court of Recordudge's
Murder is same; area Sunday
kidnap. a state making
awarded the Gen. Thomas D. and Vallejo Lakes. about 300 miles west-southwest
visit to Yugoslavia and service only to Mexico City. The :
I six-day offense.In plans for a proposed revival .i apppjntanent.
White space trophy today to There immediate II- of Bermuda near latitude 30.9
talks with Marshal Tito. was no estimates flights by 100 passenger
the rural area around Philadelphia meeting in the area next Satur- Fleming termed Carter "onef
astronaut L. Gordon- ConnPl"" Jr, of damage these fires airliners also would north, longitude 69.5 west. That
Discus s i ons = made 22 orbits-' the 1 Miss., the: names of day night. yushin pro- C Florida's 'most ardent and
I OOper of had caused, but it is expectedto vide an escape.route for thous- put her about 480 miles southeast -
between the !arth in a little more than 3rours the men who excited the most be considerable.State Dr. Graham's biggest crowd ands of Cubans trying to leave of Cape Hatteras, N. ,C. ;utstanding Democrats, citing
two Com FBI Interest have been lis !In the Florida
m u- in May 1963. an open forestry officials put after he left the Garden turned experience
nist leaders are secret for weeks. out at Izzy Ort's Golden Nugget Cuba. The storm was moving to the I louse of Representatives for
out call for volunteer !-
expected tc The award cites Maj. Cooper Negro leaders have predicted an firemen emergency to fight these Bar, known to sailors and serv- U.S. agents were expected to north at five miles an hour. It f:hree terms anoM2. years on the

concentrate or or "the most outstanding con- no one will ever be convicted, blazes. officials said. icemen across the country.Ort .- meet the initial flight. The State was expected to continue on the J Alachua County-Democratic executive

the dispute be ribution: to the nation's prog- 10, matter what the charge or said indicatedthe met Dr. Graham at the Department said no passengers same course and at the .same EI com ltf e.
Hively reports
tween the So :ess in aerospace during 1963." evidence. fire had been contained in door of the bar and invited him would be allowed to continue on'I speed until tonight. The state :chairman for Johnson -

viet..... Union- ant. the northern section of Calis- in. A twist band Jim Bowie to Miami. Top winds were estimated at! ; predicted-Democratic victory -
imna.; me OI--L&: Man ArrestedIn toga-the area hardest hit. and his Tribesmen stopped The Bahamian governmentsaid 110 miles an hour within' 60 t in Alachua County in No-

4-.. ficial Yugoslav Tito
news agency Tanjug said only tall timber into the town about the microphone.When the plane would be detained as winds of 32 miles an hour or -

that Novotny and Tito would StabbingA L. B. HULLL. midnight. the applause subsided, "prohibited immigrants" until more reached out 350 miles to

discuss "mutual cooperationand Gainesville Forestry officials said the Dr. Graham told the patrons: they could be deported. the north and 250 miles to the
Negro, Ernest Red
international issues." B. ( ) Hull of 1015 NW
fire started sometime late Saturday "You all need to feed south of the eye.
Wardell, is listed in serious con- 13th Ave., died shortly after your
Tito is known to oppose So- dition in Alachua ,eneral! Hos- midnight Sunday.He but had been considered souls. There's a body inside More About Officials in Bermuda orderedan for
viet Premier Khrushchev's call pital with stab wounds in the died at Alachua General under control until high winds your body and it needs spiritualfood. alert Sunday night. The I I citizenship

for a Communist summit meet stomach the result of a Saturday -Hospital following an apparen rose late Sunday b steer the God bless you all." British guided missile carrier,

ing to deal with the dispute on night fight with Lorenzo C. heart attack.He fire townward. When Dr. Graham climbed on Viet Nom London, left Bermuda to ride

the ground that such a meeting Elliott at Elliott's home 1103 was the owner of Hull's Residents were ordered evac- the stage at the Golden Nuggetone out the storm at sea. L I 13 DAYS

would split the world Communist NE 25th Terr. Brake Service and Supply. uated around 1 a.m. (PDT), man told his companion, If the storm does not change

.I' movement. Jones-Johnson Funeral Horn' police said. School buses trucks "He's a phony. I wouldn't bother From Page 1 course, the eye will pass some
Elliott also Negro, has been and private autos took evac- listening to him." 200 miles to the west of Ber- III LEFT TO
will funeral
arrested by Gainesville police ments. arrange- uees south to safety. Standing on her seat to get a dios or leave the Special Forces muda sometime tonight.

Jl for investigation of assault witha The California Highway Patrol better look she told him "Wellif camps held by the tribesmen.The The Weather Bureau said Ill REGISTERfIhDEMOCRATIC

A deadly weapon, a butcher LEILA WAGNER said all highways rcrth of you don't want to hear him Montagnards are demanding tides from the Virginia Capes

knife.In Funeral services will be at Calistoga had been closed. with shut your mouth." autonomy for four major southward to extreme northeast

. I an unrelated incident 10 a.m. Tuesday for Leila F. only fire equipment allowed to A bartender pouring a beer provinces in which they pre Florida would ,range from one

Johnny Jay Campbell, 18, Wagner, 90, Archer housewifewho ass. shouted, "You tell 'em Billy," dominate. These provinces to three feet above normal. Jill Stat. Democratic

t Gainesville High School student, died Sunday in Plant City as Dr. Graham addressed the make up about one-quarter of [ Jill Executive CommiHat.ta .

has been arrested for investigation after a long illness. StudentHit assembly as "a very unusual ,Viet Nam's land area. The average height of euca- nil w." Chairman u. Goodrich.
I\ of assault. Services will be in the chapel congregation." lyptus trees in Australia's for- L._ __
I of the Williams-Thomas Funeral In addition, South Viet Nam's est belt is 150 feet.
Police Chief W. D. Joiner said Home in Gainer II e. by CarA military forces suffered one of I
I Campbell cat James J. ,Lever- with Dr. U. S. Gordon cificiat their bloodiest weekends on rec-
;i-= --.f '_ . _
ette 17 with ord in :
a razor and hit ing. Burial will be in Archer University of Florida student the fight against the VietCong '

; Leverette's father James C., 36, Cemetery.Mrs. who was hit by a car while with military sources reporting -

with a board during a family Wagner, a Methodist, crossing W. University Ave. 230 casualties on the Trusted from coast to
fight Sunday night at 2035 NW was born in Columbus, Ga, and early Sunday morning is listed government side. coast

31st Place. moved to Archer many years today in satisfactory conditionin From Page o !1 Premier Nguyen Khanh hasa -<

The Leverettes were treated ago.Surviving J. Hillis Miller Health Cen- water showed the Republican mandate to rule for only 38 .4
and released at Alachua General are three da J g liters i presidential candidate with a more days before ceding HFC reliable money service
Miss Willie L. and ter.Injured
Hospital. Wagner was David Lapb am, net worth of about $1.7 million. a new civilian council and Household Finance has teen helping
I I Mrs. A. Miller, Houiasassa struck he crossed at 18th I -
as Miller listed the worth of
net prospects are dim that the
AL all kinds of people solve every kind
Springs and Mrs. W. E. Big-
_/8., uKE.'NEDY Ring Is StolenAt Street. himself and his wife at $260- council) can pull things together -
ham, Lakeland; a brother, Her- of money problem since the yurU7*.
Driver of the RobertE.
car was
730.57. if it ever gets started.
bert McNeely St. Petersburg. And today,H FC Is the eldest and
Hoffman, 334 Thomas Hall, largest -
Frat House The Humphreys still live in The most serious government I
and a sister, Mrs. Jessie Sho Section E UF. No have I !. company making Instalment cash
charges the suburban Chevy Chase, Md., setback took place Saturday in I
ler, Chicago, HI. and six grand-
been filed. I loans-serving more than two million
home for which they paid about a battle near the Cambodian
A solitaire diamond
rLr. val-
Memories Gone I children nine great prai'd children -
In an unrelated accident, $28,000'after he first electedto border the r customers
ued at $650 has been ieporte: I and one great-great-granc was informants said. The ____ every year-through manthan
Robert F. Kennedy returned[missing at the Sigma Nu frater. child. Pete Tillman, 39 and Vernon the Senate in 1948. Viet Cong killed 23, injured 41 S thirteen hundred offices from
: Tillman, 10, were treated and The Humphreys also own a and escaped with 150 L
to Bronxville, a New nity house 2012 W. University weapons. coast to coast. You too can borrow
:: Sunday released at Alachua General
lake home at .Waverly, Minn. Government troops countered
suburb where he Ave., University Flor'da. with confidence at HFC-
; York City Reports Theft Hospital Saturday night after which the family rushes to when Sunday in a fight south of the
t f lived 10 years as a boy, and I William F. Poole told Gaines., the car in which they were rid- Congress quits. Humphrey also Viet Nam border in which 58 _

went hunting for his old home. ville police he discovered t he Mrs. E. Finley Canyon, 303 ing hit a light pole at NW 20th owns a part interest in a family Viet Cong were killed and 15 -5-

4 Kennedy, Democratic candidate -ring missing Sunday afumoon.. NE 6th Ave., reported $10 and Stand 5th Ave. drug store at Huron S J). others captured.The .
Lynda Cretekas. 2140 Jen-. three bottles of whiskey taken by The driver, Mrs. Naomi Till- Humphrey presently earns other casualties were Borrow $80. Take
1:1: for the U.S. Senate, led a I op-to up to 24 I_ k.
I, S of down several -nings Hall UF, reported at 1:3C'a.m. I a burglar who entered the house man, 1943 NE 35th Ave., was $22,500 a year for his senatorial suffered in other weekend bat --I
group supporters that her biUford I cited Gainesville for Ask about credit life insuranc on loans at gop russ
Sunday by police
side streets before he discovered Saturday night while she was duties. This is due to be In-
that the house had with $10 and papers was taken out careless driving.In creased to $30,000 under the tles.Premier Nguyen Khanh's

been torn down. from a car par eli there. Entry was gained through an recent pay raise at the start of shaky regime almost toppled a HOUSEHOlD

i unlocked door. the new Congress next year. week ago faced other harsh ---Jqyo: Gonof
The brother of (he late president James Wilson, Jo28 NS 8th modern dairy barns grain But he is hoping that In 1965 new problems. A strike virtually "

then went alone to prayat The Organization of American .. Ave., reported someone tried stored in large bins over the I be will be receiving the vice paralyzed Saigon and a mountain 107 W. University Ave., 2nd Floor

St. Joseph's Roman Catholic I States comprises 21 nation I to break into a juke box Saturday milking parlor is metered out president's salary, 143,000 a tribal revolt put the .spotlight PHONE: FRanklin 6-4524

church, which he once attend of North, Central and Sotitt I .night. The attempt. uai not in .exact amounts to each cow It year, an increase from the $35- on troubles in central Viet -5 -
! eeI.-' S ,America and the Caribbean. S successful. S as she is milked. 000 scale now in effect Nam. 1S I

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: (iamasutlk. Sun ; OF : 'e!"T Tt' : USSR ''Aid'I I _'.: C

THESOUTH I From BritainF4.4 :

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JOHN R. HARRISON President and )
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i PuMisittr PAT COWLES, Viet Prtsi- .- .:, By DAVID LAWRENCE ,.
Florida's Beautiful dents Ed JOHNSON VICe President
and Executive Editerj w. G. (Bill) N 1 By DAVID LAWRENCE -
I. University City' aY EBERSOLE, Vice President and Advertising By RALPH McGILL .4i / o WASHINGTON When a member the President's cabinet -. .. .
Director BOB TARTAGLIONE. Pulitzer Prtte Wtaniaj r.bU.-.e'
Vice President and; CircwUUee Manager Of Ue AUMU. (Gs l c..Ut.'iH accuses the government of Great Britain of deliberate. ......

ly aiding the Soviet Union to carrY on its "cold war" ,against..._. .

THE SUN'S POLICY 400 k = the democracies of the world, it would seems to be big

. 1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. news. But, for some reason, it. was- not front-page news---------
l 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials.' .. 4' ; and there were only some brief references to it recently. .... .....

3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. .. Lr in the financial pages of metropolitan newspapers.

The MfflionAmericans E F-. ;, ;y}} Secretary of the Treasury, C. Douglas Dillon, spoke .at a
Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 P f ).L y'<;.i > press conference in Tokyo following the annual 'meeting last '

f Want Ads--376-4672 ,. _o s ;I z., w, week of the International Monetary Fund and the World -

tt :r' ,.; Bank. Mr. Dillon gave what one dispatch from Tokyo- .described -.
4 ter as a "remarably candid press conference. Earlier -

........ .. .. .. _.,. '9" : o- the British Chancellor of the Exchequer had told thee

J JrroDaDle Key: Voter Turnout Most of the freshmen college ., .i. newspapermen in Tokyo that the credit operations of the
British government with the Soviet Union were "normaL"Mr.
classes of 1964 will be
Will Senator Goldwater carry bers to support President Johnson. alive 50 years from now (bar- 1 Dillon replied to a newspaperman's question as follows?:

f Florida for the Republican Party on ring a nuclear war) and will .-

,r November 3, just as Richard Nixon America as a whole lags far behind be part of a census of some t4. ,{ ,< ... "WE. DO. .. for NOT as think long that as 15 credit years guarantee can be considered by a government nor
and Dwight Eisenhower did in 400 million Americans. Four-
the other democracies in the propor- mal commercial practice. To us, it seems to partake of
fifths of these will reside in
1956, and 1952? The answer seems, tion of eligible voters who actually urban communities. T hese ;> aid, and we think it is not appropriate to give aid to the
L at this stage of the campaign, to lie go Soviet Union. We regret the British action."

in the number of eligible voters who to the polls. In the 1962 election, only will These be future some"cities"form of will city.not : .. .. Mr. Dillon explained that giving such long-term creditsMr.

47 cent of the for "peaceful purchases" Dillon also declared
I will their ballots per potentially eligible
actually cast on resemble the old cities of to- 1""' lN
c."' permits the Soviets "to diP
aM that credits to Communist
I' November 3. voters actually voted. That day. Indeed our present old -Mi1M-"' Yy
compares cities rarely look dida >ON"T MOVE OR \'Lt' SHOOT. ( vert other resources to military countries should in no case
as they *
with recent election participation per- mere 20 or 40 and unpeaceful. pur- extend beyond five years.

The matter of voter turnout has centages in the democracies of Western There is left to years us ago.in this poses." He said, "We feel anything .

I brought both hope and anxiety for Europe as follows: Great Britain, century a little mote than beyond that begins to partake -

party professionals. In recent presi- 78.7 per cent; Italy, 93.7 per cent; 35 years. In that time we know THE WORLD'S FOREMOST ESANALYSTRedistricting of the characteristics of
aid and the farther
you go
I dential campaigns, turnout has tend- West Germany, 87.7 per cent; Nor- that our urban populationwill beyond that the more like
ed to with the closeness of the 79.1 double. What is the phys- "
vary way, per cent; Switzerland, 68.5 aid it becomes.
ical interpretation of that be-
particular contest. A heavily-favored per cent. The British governmentof
yond the mere count of
# incumbent president seeking re-elec- \ sons? IssueBy course, defends itself on

tion usually signals a drop-off in With an estimated 113,931,000 the ground that large capital
items term
voter interest. On the basis of sub- Americans of voting age by Nov. 3, IT MEANS WE will haveto -- credits require and that long Great-

stantial leads credited to President an election day turnout of more than build homes, highways and WALTER LIPPMANNThe tial propositions. There is a the Dirksen amendment was Britain has loaned moneyon
all sorts of service facilities
Johnson by the polls, history seemsto 72 million voters will be needed simply equal to all those we have commontion which has very big majority in the Sen- itself a compromise and that the same basis to other

suggest that the 1964 voting may to remain even with the 1960 par- built since this country first been stirred up by the Su- ate against the extremism of there is a difference between countries throughout the

fall off from that of 1960. ticipation score. was settled. It means that preme Court's decisions in the Tuck amendment, which what Senator Dirksen would world. The particular trans-
the state apportionment would forbid the federal judiciary action that has come under
within the next 35 or 40 casesis
like to do and what his rider -
to deal with criticism Secretary Dil-
appor- by
We don't however believe that In Florida exact 50 years we will, in effect, rebuild inconvenient. The Dirksen must happen. M
an per cent the entire urban United rider has, for example, mud- tionment at all. There is says y lon is one in which the
will be the case. Indeed, the emotions of eligible voters went to the polls in States dled the foreign air bill broad agreement that while own view is that we could British are selling the Soviets
a truly gargantuantask. up
engendered by the candidacy of Senator 1960, ranking 40th among the 50 and delayed the adjourn- reapportionment is necessaryand live with the two year delay an $84 million poly-

1 Goldwater could produce a new states. The mid-term Congressional This future was the b a c k- ment of Congress. inevitable it should not and which that it the is not rider likely calls thata for ester fiber factory anJ are 1
be treated as a crash the Soviets $67 mil-
record turnout as American votersare election of 1962 brought out only ground to the proposalfirst Moreover, in the case of pro- constitutional amendment lending
lion for 15 to help
confronted with the Presidentialbid 28.3 per cent of Florida potential voiced last May by Pres- the Tuck amendment which gram. reversing the court could be 1 for it.SECRETARY. years I
ident Johnson in There ought to be a broad pay
a speech at the House
passed though not ,
steamrollered in two
of the most conservative major- voters. This year, 3,516,000 through
personsare agreement, so it seems tome
the University of Michigan. He the Senate, the attack on the
party candidate for many moons. eligible to vote in Florida. talked in terms of "the good court is subversive of our that this momentous years. D ILLO N'S j

society" and how to attain it. constitutional system. Yet change in our public life Those of us who want reapportionment point of view was supported ,

A major theme of Goldwater'scampaign Florida, along with other Southern Because he is the first Presi- the changes in American should have behind it not should not, I; by the economic min- .I
dent to turn directly to the life that only the federal courts, but think, shrink from the chal. ister of West Geimany, who I
for the Republican nomina- States, well undergo public reapportionment -
may a major
from Con- lenge to debate the told newsmen that his I
problem of urban life in also a sanction problemall i: government _
will about
bring are so
tion the claim that his candidacy change in voting
was participation on which over the country. We "could not joint
already a heavy major- deep and so broad that it is gress.
l would attract the active support of November 3. This is especially true in ity of Americans find them- well, I think, that the coun- My own view has been that ought to be able to win that t Great Britain in its trade

conservative Republicans who had states such as Florida, where thereis selves the concept has in try is compelled to take a the Dirksen rider could b e debate, and if we do, reapportionment and credit policy with the .
I -
S formerly stayed at home rather than no major effort to prevent the terested universities, economists serious look at the whole af read as favoring these broad will have behind Soviet Union. France, on

I vote for the GOP's "me-too" con- Negro from registering or voting. sociologists, planners, fair. agreements and that the best it a mighty sanction; the other hand, according ..
and the alert executivesof to and a mighty impetus.I to a UPI Paris dispatch on
more to do with it was accept -
tenders. There have also been count Thus the Negro vote (almost totally thing September 17, "May S 0.0 D .
.l the great corporations and VERY GREAT things are it as a breather in the am also told, however,
that anti-Goldwater will follow Britain in granting... ....
t l ter-predictions pro-Johnson) in at least some financial houses of the nation at stake and it would be a complicated process of bringing that the Dirksen amendmentis h'

voters, deeply concerned- over certain measure, balance the traditional seg- bad sign if those of us who about reapportionment, no longer what it was' Communist long term credits to the .

of his foreign policy and domestic regationist vote, which seems linedup DESPITE ALL the wistful favor reapportionment were But there has, however, beena when it was first proposed.It of bloc despite the
the United
i talk of Senator Goldwater made debate the strong objection to it from has now acquired legis- objections
1 views, will turn out in record num- solidly behind Goldwater. not to plan a States French
about finding solutions to and justify our case. those who know the need for lative history, and the courts "
sources today,
problems by "returning" to This is now assured, whether reapportionment and have will be bound to interpret the These
old virtues, to the old morality in the end the Dirksen been told by Sen. Everett rider in the light of what has developments are

I and so on, we are not going rider is adopted or there is Dirksen that his objective is been said about it in the Sen- clear examples of the diminishing -

Voice of the People to be able to escape the substituted for it the amend- to halt altogether the appli- ate. For that reason, a resolution United States influence in some of, West-the

reality of our present or fu ment just barely defeatedon cation of the Supreme Court'sruling like that which was
I II ture. The of the that ern European countries. .
population Tuesday proposed by This is the ruling barely defeated on Tuesdayis America is $30
United States was a mere 30 must count
voter desirable. It would
I Sens. Jacob Javits, Eugene every provide
I On The Sun's million persons in 1860. Yet, equally in both houses of a time to out this billion a year for armament
:, Opinion Page == McCarthy and Hubert Hum- carry that helps protect Great .
possession of the old morality
state legislature. difficult change but it would
There is already ,
phrey. Britain and Western Europe .
virtues and ethics could
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters clearly in sight a broad leave no doubt that the Con -
against an attack the
must be signed and bear the writer's cddress. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should not prevent the reality of the certain essen- LAWYERS TELL me that gress favored reapportionment. by
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The basic issues caused by the at- agreement on Soviet Union. Yet the commercial
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or tempts to expand and to con- interests cf certain '
intent_ There will remain, of cour- Western European" countries
trol slavery. It is, on the faceof MemoCowles
Let's OrganizeFor a block and a half, to two ually improve for many land- things, now as in any Washington se, the belief of many that seem to have sum a powerful -

blocks long, waiting to makea lords would have to bring their other time in the past impossible the dissent of Mr. Justice influence with their re-

DisastersEDITOR mad dash across thij in- property up to standard in or- to solve complex Harlan was right and that spective governments that _.
tersection. And tnose n o twilling der to have tenants. But our problems with maxims from Washington Bureau apportionment to the statesis diplomatic conside rat I o n s" "-

Sun: The terrible to wait, cut across local builders say they cannot the old Blue Back Speller."It CHRISTENING: Reporters traveling with political candidates no business of the federal are brushed aside, and t- .:

floods were still withus. the filling station.Of put up low cost rentals with- is harder and harder to during a campaign quickly learn to take an oblique government. The issue hereis aggressor governments ,,..

course, any good driver out better than average fi- live the good life in American view of the proceedings and of the persons principally in- ,a difficult and delicate Moscow is given the same

Someone needed a truck. can have an accident. But nancing. cities today," said the Pres- volved. Which accounts for the news that those riding with one. For it brings us to a kind of help as was given

This person's home was be- why take unnecessary Unless some wealthy, inter- ident at Ann Arbor. "The cat- Sen. Goldwater in his campaign airplane with the unpronounceable problem, which must arise in Germany prior to World

flooded and she neededa chances? Let's act now and ested citizens come forward, alogue of ills is long. There is Navajo name, have re-designated the plane in a country governed by a War I and World War II. ..
truck to move her b e- get those signal lights u p the only way we are likely to the decay of the centers and private. They call it the Enola Gay. (For those who came constitution. This is the prob-

longing. The Santa Fe Riv- there. get such financing is through the despoiling of the suburbs. in late, the Enola Gay was the airplane that dropped the lem of how to find a legal TODAY, THE policy of
rising fast and she MRS. GERALDINE FHA. And Gainesville cannot There is not enough housingor atomic bomb on Hiroshima.) redress of grievances for the United States has been
er was
wanted to move her thingsto BECKHAM qualify for D-3 financing of transportation for our which in established precedent rendered vulnerable, of
cost rentals under FHA traffic. land is there is no remedy. the sale of American
the home of a relative in unlesswe Open vanish- LIVESTOCK: The fence around the White House groundsis course, by -
nearby community. All Housing Code have a good housing ordi- ing and old landmarks violated. always a subject of interest to Washington residents, wheat to the Soviet I

a trucks were loaded and o nance. This is to insure that Worst of all, expansion is partly because it is as close as most of them ever get to TilE STARK FACT is that Union in recent months. The

our Aims at Slums we do not simply accept gov- eroding the previous and the White House itself. It reflects, in some ways, the goingson in a great many state legisla- argument advanced, to b e

busy.Now here is the solution. ernment aid without workingto time honored values of our inside. During the Kennedy regime for instance, partof tures at least one of the sure, is that wheat is not a

Our Civil Defense agencycan EDITOR Sun: I am puzzled improve things ourselvesa community with neighborhoodand the fence was backed up with rhodendera, so Caroline houses Is grossly, unjustly, "strategic" war material.But .

make a quick phone by the scattered but some- self help idea which communion with nature. could have some privacy. Now the fence, made of iron rail- outrageously malapportioned. so far as the British

of firms and persons times loud opposition to sucha should be attractive to the The loss of these values ings, has been lined with chicken wire, to keep the John- In many of the states, de- are concerned, they also say

survey trucks. Not all progressive measure as the "conservative" opponents of breeds loneliness and boredomand son beagles from crawling through. spite their own state con- that factories they help

owning all at the proposed housing code. It is the code. (Another irony is indifference. Our societywill stitutions, the entrenched minorities build do not necessarily i

trucks, are busy something which quite a few that even though FHA is never be great until our AIR FORCE the It has been noticed here that when refuse to r ef orm produce war material

same time. trouble comes, cities have had in operationfor great for people who make cities are great. Today the President Johnson made a "political trip," for which the themselves.A While it can be argued here

Then, when call to this years. It sets up minimal $20,000 a year, if we try to frontier of imagination and in- Democratic National Committee pays, he uses the small sound and vital constitu- that the sale of wheat does

just a phone and they in turn requirements such as screened get it for low-income groups, ovation is inside those citites Jetstar, called Air Force % to distinguish it from the big tional system is bound to not have a direct relationship -

could agency start calling for a windows, safe heating, that's "socialism"!) and not "beyond their borders jet airliner, Air Force One, that he uses on "non-political" find a legal remedy for sucha to war materials, the

trucks and help running water, and sound These low cost rentals excursions. AF % carries only 12 passengers. On one re- fundamental wrong. This same point that Secretary

would truck or be on the way at wiring. It aims only at safe would be owned by private The talk was facts not cent flight there wasn't room for the White House physician, does not mean that the Supreme Dillon made can be usedon

and healthy living conditions. citizens, built by local build- oratory. Adm. George Burkley, who almost always travels with Court can or should the other side namely,

once.This is not a beanie s s Why isn't there a similar ers, and the tenants would the President, nor for the army officer who carries the set itself up to provide a legal that it does permit the Soviets

We are just not outcry about the "police pow- pay for what they get Every- AMERICA MUST LEARN secret code message that would release nuclear weapons in remedy for EVERY to divert "other resources -

community.for the kind of er" of the state when, it sets body would gain, including the to like and appreciate the an emergency. They were bumped to make room for local wrong. But for this SPECI- to military and un
organized "
people suffered up sanitation requirements for neighborhoods menaced by word "planning. We are required politicians. FIC wrong of malapportioned peaceful purposes" "h en
tragedy our restaurants fire regulationsfor firetraps, privies, and hovels to be bold with inno they are relieved of the burden -
storm.In legislatures that will not
from this in stores, safety regulationsfor infested with rats and flies. vation. Despite 30 years of ef- .e. of using their cash in
all of years teUJ reapportion themselves, the
my fort to create low hand
cars? And most important, there is income to pay for wheat.
Gainesville since 1921 we The the matter of personal dignity. housing, true low cost hous- i.J court has found a remedy There has always been a
storm that opponents keep saying"a which
have never had a 1 goes beyond the estab-
for the low income school of
No man should have to ing truly thought whichhas
man's home is his castle.
caused as much damage to I'm afraid what they're pay more than one fourth of group is not available. The lished precedents, but is not believed that an embargo -

our county as Hurricane really saying is that a land- his income to live in a slum low wage jobs do not move I. a.e.k tJi ; contrary to accepted princi- on all forms of commerce

Dora. lord's slum is his train in 20th century America. to the suburbs. We teed to ples. with Communist nations long -
gravy .
Let us get to now. freeze much of our city ago would have put an end -
truck for over 75 per cent of the If a sound code and increas- pop-
(The lady found_ a property which would eventu- ing the supply of low cost ulation. POTOMAC: FEVER to the "cold war" and probably -

and got help). PAUL DUKE ally be affected by the code is housing are unacceptable to We see a pressing duty for would have for c e d a

rental property. It seems the opposition, what do they human renewal as a part of By JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington Bureau change in the form cf government -
landlord ? Subsidized home urban renewal. in the Soviet Un- '-"
unfair that
grossly a propose
We still Strom Thurmond says he turned Republican because Democrats are lead. ion. But the '
IntersectionNeeds for dump raw sewage present trend ,
should be subject to no ownership eve ybody?
Public and industrial waste into our ing us to a "socialistic dictatorship." Translation: They want to let -,Negroes is not only toward lending .
regulation when the restaurant housing? Killing off everybody eat in restaurants with tablecloths. '
... ..
more the
LightsEDITOR owner, for example, who can't make over rivers. Our ten major cities money Soviet
must observe certain hea $2,000 ? It to M Union and her satellite _
1 t h
a year seems me
are on ocean, river, or lake. Thurmond's switch wasn't a complete surprise but it still
I that ,. came as a bolt from states, but even to .
Sun: hope standards in order to be in unless this vociferous minority Yet, full use of water for rec- the black. allowing .
someone doesn't have to get business. can come up with some: reation and living is not pos- certain materials to 'be ex- -
killed at the intersection of Commissioner Richardson is alternative proposals, the City sible ported which can be used
because of pollution. Now that Strom has
SE 11th Street and SE 4th' right when he says the real Commission has a duty to en- These formally become one, you'can- no longer say that there for war purposes. This is -. _
are two. almost. primi- don't seem to be Republicans
any supporting Goldwater.
Avenue before signal .lights problem is increasing the sup act the one which has been tive problems. one of the most dangerous ,_. ....'
are installed. ply of good low cost rental carefully worked on for so The issues in the world situation
There is a caution light, housing. If this could be done, long. in cradles 40 keep rockingand must rebuild -. goes It's a great year for carpetbaggers. Bobby K. jumps to New York, Pierre today but t.Is. being given :''.'
years we California
Wallace inWw '
true. But 'I have'seen' cars, the whole picture would grad CORBIN S. CARNELL urban America. ,travels .clear acrOSs, George the Midwest and Thurmond scant attention in the United. _

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; 4 r WorLd's Fair Food: fl HDD o oL :

f : EventsTODAY

J Korean: Dish Festive. THE{ September 21

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u -- -- L University Women's Club b :
(EDITOR TNOTE: Korea b- Open House, 10 to 11:30 a.m. t k .
House is one of the popular, and 3 to 5 p.m., clubhouse, : N t -
exotic restaurants at the New West Newberry Road. ; S ".'

York World's Fair. Here is City Panhellenic Associa-

what a Japanese girl journalist --i. Wi/sons/ Honor tion, 8 p.m., Chamber of Com- h w \ .
finds most interesting merce Buflding.

about it, together with a fav- Great Books Discussion

orite recipte. One in a four- Group, 8 p.m., Gainesville
part series.), Bridal Couple Public Library.
N '
i Gainesville Bridge Club,
By 7:30 p.m., Recreation C n.
Newsfeatures I A post-nuptial patio supper to I ler, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Souder ter. va

,, Ladies in chima and jogori honor Mr. and Mrs. Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hod-
(a kimonolike blouse and E. Watson was. given Sunday. ge, Miss Ann Arnow, Miss Women. Moose of the Moose, 8p.m.

long skirt) swish their way evening by Dr. and Mrs. JamesG. : Jane Johnston, Miss Frances Lodge. t' st

; among dinner tables; their Wilson and their daughter,, Jones, Miss Kay Knopf, Miss Virginia Chapman Circle of

deft fingers are holding trays Miss Mary Wilson, who entertained Sally Moore and their escorts. Wesley Community Methodist ..,
I full of Korean food. at their home. Another post-wedding party Church, 8 p.m., Mrs. Leo u '

Jong Kook Song, managerof Mrs. Watson was Miss Gaye, honoring the bridal couple will Ward, 1103 NE 5th Avenue. t, '

Korea House at the World's Woodward before her marriage be given by Mr. and Mrs. Soud- 'TUESDAY, September 22 ax ,

;1 Fair says: September 5. er, who will entertain with a University of Florida [ :;: .,,.. ...."..;;.<;<''.:. a now k .;
"When I picked these girls The guest list included Mr.. buffet supper Friday evening.I Health Related Services .Jr!

from numerous applicants, I s a rYy !',..4k.'TYsm and Mrs. Burton M. Woodward,,, The party will take place at Dames, 8 p.m., Mrs. DarrellJ. ..., j,
II did not put much weight on parents of the bride, and her the home of Mrs. Souder's par- Mase, 1089 SW 11th Ter- ;

their appearance, because I sister, Miss Joanne Woodward.. ents, Mr. and Mrs. William race. ,
thought their knowledge of i''3.y Also Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mil. Chandler, 2250 NW Sixth H.I Alpha Lambda 1 hC .
'I Chapter. 0'I" .. ,
'., ...
English and Korean history I Beta Sigma Phi sorority, 8 <" f. 'J..v '" \
1 I were more important. Ice Cream Mrs. ; .
p.m. party, :; :
"American fair visitors, to Mrs. C. C. Gassett I Dennis Keefer, 4202 NW 13th I

I my surprise are apparently WINSOME 'V AITRESS. Korean girl serves Place. Mrs. George T. Singleton and daughter l\Iarsb- f
with their beauty
II. impressed and graciousness. But nobody two visitors to Korean Pavilion restaurant at World's Heads Woodmen District)WEDNESDAY, September 23 demonstrate mouth-to-mouth resuscitation with I
Fair. Medical Guild, Informal mannequin named ResusciAnne.Dummy .
so far has asked any ques- i
j tions on Korean history. I brown slowly, stirring conat once from the fire. Add I I Mrs. C. C. Gassett, Gaine,s. Those attending the meeting Sandwich Luncheon, 11 a.m., t
don't understand it." stantly. When seeds are salt. Mash seeds until pulver- Mrs. Richard T. Smith, 1704
I ville Grove' 20 of the Suprem.e On Loan
f I from this area were Mrs. Emil SW 8th Drive.University .
brown and rounded, remove ized.
"I' The dish Song wishes to Forest Woodmen Circle, wa IS
Bielmann, Mrs. B. J. Christie City \
i I introduce is Bul (fire) Go Gi installed president of Nor 11-
: (meat). eastern District 2 meeting Sur II- Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, Mrs. Club, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, A life-size dummy, designed for teaching mouth-to-mouth

In Korea meat is scarce. VIP Wives Select day at the Woodmen Hall, Oca I. H. C. Edwards, Mrs. C. N. 107 NW 15th Terrace. resuscitation of persons who have drowned or suffocated, has '

II Any dish which uses meat is la. Felder, Miss Dannie Hampton, Cosmos Club, 10 a.m., Sewing been obtained for Gainesville by the Woman's Auxiliary to .

a festive one. A middle-class Serving with Mrs. Gasse'tt Mrs. S. K. Jackson, Miss Pa- and Covered Dish Luncheon the Alachua County Medical Society. .,.
family would have Bul Go Gi will be Mrs. C. E. Brown, secretary ::. tricia Jackson, Mrs. J. A. V. Mrs. W. M. Rogers, 828 The dummy, along with a film on the life-saving technique, ...,
once in 10 days. Camoaian Clothes and Mrs. Ethel Walke]r, Moon and Mrs. Jack Perry. NW 21st Avenue. will be available for use by civic groups according to Mrs.
f Koreans love to eat out. It musician.A Gainesville Bridge Club, George T. Singleton, safety chairman for the auxiliary.
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--J Poincetta Grove 228 of Ocala Persons interested in borrowing the dummy and film should ..'
7:30 Inn.
I is not expensive. A good dish I gift and an honor degre e p.m., Holiday
: of But Go Gi may cost 60 to By JEAN SPRAIN WILSONAP her Midwest barnstorming tour were presented to Mrs. Walke;r, served as hostesses for the social THURSDAY, September 24 Mrs.contact Singleton.Mrs. Monnie Williams Citizens Safety Council, or call ..

L 65 cents.,And no tipping. Fashion Writer I that began Thursday. Grove mother hour.
Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation is used in reviving persons who ._.
I No tipping here, too, if you Although the President's wife Gainesville Women's Golf
NEW YORK (AP) Four have drowned, suffocated, or gone into shock from an electrical ...
I turn your stove into 'a Korean feminine wardrobes, carefully usually will not disclose the .. Association, Meeting, 9 a.m., jolt or dm? reaction.
restaurant kitchen. selected to try and influence sources of her purchases, or By Josephine Lowman 7r Bridge 10:30 a.m., Luncheon ,

BUL GO GI (CHARCOAL-, history, are being packed and describe theme it is well known I Gainesville Golf and -
I BROUH BEEFSTEAK) repacked as the presidential that she prefers yellows, bright Country Club.

j' 1 pound beef campaign tours get into full reds, orange and whites. Why/ Grow .Gainesville Garden C 1 u bCircles the ;
J : 4 tablespoons sugar swing. Sheaths and A-line costumes : I j fIi tuie ant I ?
predominate in her wardr be. 9:30 a.m., General Meet
: I 2 tablespoons oil Mrs. Hubert H. Humphrey With short, slim Muriel Hum ing Fellowship Hall of the --

6 tablespoons soy sauce sewed her own back home in phrey, whose husband is the First Presbyterian Church, TO EXIIBL ."--" 1 :-"'e'rcl: aid i *- tf-d hy

I'I'I Speck pepper Minnesota this summer President's running i mate, Old? Azalea; Begonia; Camellia; Stuart Purser, p-ofss-: :- of t he faculty to be used for the ..-

1 green onion Mns. Lyndon B. Johnson shop- creating costumes in a costum- Chrysanthemum; Daisy; ,Gladiolus Art at the University ol Florida 'arl:-rs r'O! coo:**i i"ti..n! cr(i intructiOn. ,
I' 1 clove garlic! ped for hers in New York one ing hobby.In ; Gloriosa; Hibiscus; will exhibit 35 paintings .>; Th2 examptes CM ex- ..h
M 4 tablespoons prepared sesame day while the President was each finished garmentshe Lotus; Palm; Dianthus, Mrs. and drawings at t:e Aa'na! .ftiLon! :':ret t.z work runiorr. -

seed kept waiting.Mrs. stitches her own label, Sleep Is EssentialTo I' Marvin Gale, 3927 NW '18th Artists Gallery in irmjr."'ham. i' ;:-n'-: ana gaduat"studrr :.'
t i 1 tablespoon flour Barry Goldwater made "By Muriel Humphrey." Place; Each year tie: Ala-a-ia Artists : : :- -' ':- -.; :r.:.:"tTh3 ..

j Water her selections in Phoenix after I Noon, Amaryllis, Gaines Group sslect a p a i r t c r rulbition: will c 0 I1tinU '

I Cut beef into thin slices 3 consulting the fashion buyer of A black brocade dinner dressis Health HappinessSome ville Golf and Country Club; whose work is present:d in .or-'i .-_vs',::" I": ,' Gall-r ,-
inches Add and the family department store. a favorite Muriel-made, but 12:30 p.m., Dogwood, Mrs. their Annual Gu3st Show. 'I is t:::Ci to t'::e public Monday ..

j. oil. Mix square.well. Combine sugar soy Her campaign mate, Mrs. shades of blue which compli- lucky people can fall.are subjected to such constant Ernest Burch, Keystone The exhibition opened:tj a ::-U.11' '::a.:., 9 <-.*1. to noon ._ !

):j I sauce, pepper, 'chopped onion 'William E. Miller, shopped the ment her blue eyes and grayinghair asleep with the light on, the :noise that absolute quietude, or Heights, Gardenia, Gainesville reception and gallery talk Friday asd-.2 to. '..5' p.n,.. r ... !
and few
little stores a Golf and Club I.j
specialty Country
(including top), chopped gar- are her usual color choices. sun in their face or with their I Ineighbor's even semi-quietude, is a bless- ; evening and the paintingsand : -,
\} lie, prepared'sesame seed and of the department stores in Mrs. Humphrey prefers jacket radio or television i ing. When we are in the coun- 1 p.m., Founders, Mrs. F. drawings will remain on
Washington, for comfortable, costumes that adapt to changing These fortunate : silent nightwe N. Rhines, 1540 NW 37th Terrace I'
flour. Add to the meat. Mix blaring. same try on an absolutely display through October 18.
I. non-wrinkling garments.A weather and varying" social ones, when awakened by a' can feel our nerves relax ; The exhibition includes wa-
tJ M!
well.Let, stand 15 minutes. Broil style expert who assists situations. barking dog o r a baby's cry and our tensions leave us. 3 p.m.. Mimosa, Mrs. Henry I ter colors oils, encaustic gou-
on charcoal.,fire, or'fry in many Washington wives saysa Of the four women, Peggy or the snores of husband o r Of course we cannot banish Lunsford, 1923 NW 5th ache, polymers and drawings. 1T
I campaigner should dress Goldwater, a former de- wife, can roll over and go to
noise from Avenue ,
f. small amount of ,oil .until ten- our lives but w e ;
"expensively enough to show with time wast- PREMIER SHOWINGThe -rNf
signer and fashion buyer, sleep again no
der. If frying meat, cover 'should do so as much as is
of quality, but ed. 8 Carnation, Mrs. S. Department of Art
appreciation probably has the greatest in- p.m. opens
t after is well brown possible.
I ;: tightly it Draperies help i
; Add 'small amount of not so noticeably that she appears terest in fashion. Not everyone is like this noises from the outside and E. Ritch Jr., 2703 NE 11th its fall trimester exhibition series Ly William C. "Bill" Smith
water and steam until meat is to be a spendthrift; more the pity! Some require :carpeting on stairs and hallways St.; Geranium, Mrs. C. E. in gallery X with a special

j tender. Serve hot. well enough to elicit admira- Fashion buyer Dorothy Gaysat more sleep than others and will decrease the noise inside Melton, 716 NE Second Ave- showing of the outstanding student HOW TO AVOID ,.
tion, but not so splendidly she Goldwater's Department t, some sleep more lightly than your house.Of nue; Hydrangea, Mrs. H. L. work of the past y 'ilr. '
6 servings. generates jealousy among the Store in Phoenix said Mrs. Gold. others. Many who have no real Sneeringer, 814 NW 17th Ave The painting and sralpture: DEODORANTDAMAGE
PREPARED SESAME SEED ladies." water's costumes always havea problem with insomnia never- course our sleeping equip- nue; Jasmine, Mrs. John A. shown in this exhibition forma I h
seed ; h ment has a big effect on the Jr. Newb part of the Department's col- =
1 cup white sesame natural waist, sleeves and, t eless are awakened by a Murphree err y
1 tablespoon salt Mrs. Johnson took the first of soft easy skirts. squeaking door, noisy plumbing'quality of our sleep. Lumpy Road. lection of outstanding studentCircles .
shutters which Sometimes mattresses, a bed that sags in -
skillet and her clothing purchases on or bang. There four basic
Put in heavy new Hairdos are the reason I the Colfax Rebekah Lodge are types
when do not a mattress which is .
even you )f deodorants on the market;
that Stephanie Miller wife ol{ too soft too hard and bed No.2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows I
or and
candidate fully awaken the quality o f roll-on liquid spray
: the Republican foi be affected clothes which are too heavy or creme. As to the effectivenessof
sleep by
\\ vice president, does not weai your noises. may too light all detract from good Hall. ony of these for the purpose ..
Teen hats. She prefers her hair in 'a I FRIDAY, September 25 for which they're intended we
Age sleep. TUESDAY 22
Restless, interrupted sleep can Any one of these can Gainesville United September won't That's --
'. Chapter, say. not our province -
I short pageboy and foregoes hats,
lead to fatigue. Therefore, every ruin your sleep. Nations Association, luncheon First Lutheran Church But as to their effect on
even in the East, to keep he. First Lutheran Church Luth- the underarm portion of
effort should be made to NV
cor- If have trouble UF Facul t
III I' you sleeping: meeting noon, y
coiffure .
that clothes dresses ,
i: Mail way.Sorority rect those conditions. Try to do you would be wise to invest]- Club, West Newberry Road. eran W o m e n's Missionary, we advise you? especially may -:.

.. Lists something about the noises in gate the causes since this is: SATURDAY, September 26 League, 9:30 a.m., Parish
\f DEAR IIf MRS. RICKER: by telling her her hairdo is your home. The plumbing and the time when the body slows Retired Teachers Associa- Hall. The safest deodorants to use ..

father is dead. My out of date. the squeaky door and such con- down, rests and makes repairs tion of Alachua County, Coffee First Lutheran Church I to keep your clothes from suf-
Z My Rush PartyBeta ditions can be remedied. I don't Ladies' Guild, Sarah Circle 8 fering damage and deterioration -
mother tries to be the best As for bleaching her hair, know If you would like to have honoring new retirees, 9:30: at the underarms art the
mother in the world and I if she doesn't have sense Phi Lambda what you can do about my leaflet "Shuteye" send a a.m., Mrs. Joseph Leps, 2210 p.m., Mrs. Eugene Yost, 4026 creme deodorants. I If they'll ...
Sigma Alpha the
: snoring except to use some SW 21st Street.
think she is. The problem' is enough to know it will even- Chapter met recently at the stamped, self-addressed enve- NW First Avenue. John Paul suit you for other reasons as
ear plugs. First ChurchWomen well, then dresses will
Presbyterian your
my 17-year-old sister who tually make her hair look home of Mrs. James Geen lope with your request for it Jones, guest speaker. last longer.In .
makes her feel as though she like straw there's not much president, for a covered disl h; Tensions LeaveIn to Josephine Lowman in care of the First Presbyterian -
has failed. I love them both you can do about it. modern everyday life we of the Gainesville Sun. Church Board Meet whatever
i 1 much and need your free "HOW supper. DemocraticOpen ings, current executive board, of deodorant any case if type
very I have a leaflet Plans for fall rushing wer< you use you
f help to try to change my sis TO LOOK YOUR BEST". discussed and the first rush par 9:30 a.m., church parlor; coffee will clean them frequently and
'1 House in church for soon after wear clothes
parlor your
Write for it and give it to ty will be held on Sunday a cur will last longer. You'll prevent -
ter.Her rent and executive
hair was dark brown jour sister. Please enclose the home of Mrs. Billy Joi I Set TuesdaySeveral incoming accumulation of chemicals in
( but she has bleached and a STAMPED, SELF ADDRESSED Bounds, 1114 NE 6th Street boards, 10:30 a.m.; incoming I the fabric. It's the safe thing
teased it so much it makes ENVELOPE with Next meeting will be belt hundred residents of board meeting, 11 a.m., : to do.

f'. her look cheap. She wears it'I your request and mail to me Wednesday at the home of Mrs. yv Alachua County have been invited church parlor. I
so high if a big wind came in care of the Gaineiv i 11 e Dennis Keefer, 4202 NW 13tl 1 to attend the opening of First Methodist ChurchWomen's CALL OR BRING THEM TO
'I up she would have to buy Sun. Place. TUESDAY, September 22 Senator and Mrs. L. K. Edwards Democratic Campaign Head- Society of Christian I,
Service executive board S & S S
herself wig! She isn t cheap, Tuesday evening, at :
a Jr. of Irvine, and Har- quarters
Coffee, Mrs. L. K. Edwards meeting, 10:30 a.m. Bethany
t" but her appearance attracts Jr. and her daughter, ry Douglas Davis son (.f Mr. 120 SE First Avenue. Room; general meeting, I Delivery Of Cash end Carry

t attenton from cheap people Miss Martha Jane Edwards, and Mrs. Harry Maxwell Davis Open house hostesses are to be covered dish luncheon. 12:15 503 SW 3rd St. Ph. 372-4114

and she laps it up. FYI. 10:30 a.m. until noon, at the of Valdosta, Ga., 8:30: p.m., members of the Alachua County p.m., Bethany Room. ...
'1 sl t Our whole family cannot Edwards' home in Irvine. First Baptist Church of Ocala. Democratic Executive Com-
understand why she will not Reception following at the mittee.

take our advice. We teenagers With the Gainesville Club Season ju't r" r' t'r pier, WEDNESDAY, September 23 Skyline Room of Silver The party is scheduled from
I need a lot ef advice andI here is a reminder for all press and publicity chairmen. Kitchen shower fetingMiss Springs. 7:30 to 10 p.m.
will welcome yours. Thank Edwinna Murphey, fIan- .- -
you. Deadline for publication of club notices: cee of Verley J. Spivey of I I 55

BOOTSIE Sunday: Wednesday Noon Jacksonville, 8 p.m., Mrs. J. I FABRICS
I E. Brogdon and Mrs. L. A.
DEAR BOOTSIE: Daily: 8:30 ajn. day of publication. Preferably all releases Hetrick at the former's home, I
:;. Apparently jour 5'? or does should be submitted to the Women's Departmentthe 324 NW 30th.
1 L" t not realize .(or care that! her preceeding day of publication by noon.
t appearance gives people the FRIDAY, September 25 atDISCOUNT
f wrong impression of her Nor Calender of Event notices should be submitted the day be- Bridesmaids luncheon hon-
I does she realize, when she fore .hlication, r earl::r. Cards for calendar Cub events oring Miss Martha Jane Ed- J
associates with sub-standard are available at the Sun Women's department and may be wards of Irvine, fiancee of II I PRICES

people she will be classed as mailed. Doug Davis of Valdosta, Ga., I I FREE ART LESSON FOR YOUR CLASS

the same kind of person. All stories must be submitted In typewritten form, dou- Mrs. C. N. Millican of Tam- : by qualified art teacher with MEd in ..
The bubble or beehive I ble spaced. Name and telephone number of the individual pa, noon, Gainesville Golf "
hair style' is OUT (thank submitting club stories should be typed in the upper left and Country Club. I art education and a TOUR OF THE Uni-
goodness) so perhaps you can hand corner of the page. Rehearsal dinner honoringMiss -
persuade her to change to a Martha Jane Edwards of versity City Bank in connection with
becoming Because of the heavy volume of club news, one storyin Irvine and their son, Harry I The Furniture
more style
newer, advance and one story following the meeting will be Douglas Davis, Mr. and Mrs. IJ J a new advertising series. ....
used IF the event warrants follow-up coverage. Harry Maxwell Davis of Val-
When you are adding artichoke -
hearts (cooked frozen or All members' names I in club stories should be submitted dosta, Ga., The Brahma of Contact Marcia Riley, 372-8441, AMPLE HOUS

canned) to a green salad, you'll In social form, Mrs. John Jones, not Mrs. Mary Jones, unless Ocala. ..
find that a French dressing the individual is known professionally as Mrs. Mary SATURDAY, September 26 Gainesville Sun.

made' with tarragon vinegar ,Jones. Wedding of Miss Martha South Mam S at S W 13rK S _.

makes an excellent go-along. Jane' Edwards, daughter of


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i T: -, Gainesville Sun Monday, September 21, 1964-' ---- : -1

Swedish Party SuffersSTOCKHOLM s

r rI County
R RI t Sweden (APSweden's ) 'absolute majority; _v:

V r Social Democratic I' The party's percentage of the I
I .. Lay Plans has won another term inifice dropped to-47:9-: from-48.4 in

but the party's percent the 1960 general election. The

Re'J _of,the vote dropped slightly. party has dominated Swedish
Gainesville backers of Sen. has politics since. :1932., and Erlanderhas
r. Barry Goldwater for President house Unofficial tabulations today been premier since 1946.
have completed their top level cincts. At Premier Tage Erlan-I
.1 organization and laid plans fora meeting of ,Social Democrats won 117, The Conservative party lost 11
countywide campaignTwo ers last '233 seats' hi the ,lower house' of ifs 39 seats arid fife.Commu.

..-. groups will work separ- ed out to : .- This was a gain nists increased their. .seats from
ately but correlate their activi- McKinney.The three and one more than, an Stoll. : : ?'/
ties series of ----
through a weekly :
wy H.1v meetings, according to chair- also T-y ...... .
men. ation of :

_. The Republican Party cam- -
paign organization is headedby Manned by. SECT .
4 retired banker Hershel member of
Haynes and contractor Hugh ing

:'M; Xd / .Ny' Sw.9f cw YV.ay :N.: ',k:?,.,.; Edwards. Haynes is county par- open from ''ON
:s" Y:;;vJ ; .NVA
'- y ty chairman Edwards. is through \ 1
assistant treasurer of the state east corner:
party committee. is stocked \ ... I
'R3 : .kyx2.. .3 a 'w.T 2 :. J e 7 y/9y/.aY ,, ..i Chairman of the other group I terial : : ..... ,, ," .. .
is attorney .Jim Clayton. Call Beginning .
g3at' %4" ..%ry" J t a 8 ed Citizens for Goldwater, the I steering : tI ..... : ',_:... :' ".-::..._..'
local will _... ':...' .. c:
1 organization be tied each : .._ ,.... .......
in with a similar state wide! breakfast. ...... \ .0"
group headed by State Rep. GOP state Insects WILL invade every chance they get: They are car-
; D I 'Y 4"rr Mallory Home. It is an out- Jayne ried in with groceries; they crawl under doors; they blow
growth of former Demccrats through screens; they crawl in through plunbing. Stop themin
for-Ike and Democrats-fur-Nix a hurry. Our monthly .pest control plan offers. the finest

= Goldwater Backers on organizations.The Republican. Party group protection FREE against, INSPECTION pests. AND ESTIMATES

Goldwater-for-President groups in Alachua County are coordinating efforts LOR1DA
-- in their campaign. Weekly meetings involving two main groups will involve, I Earl C. MayRepresenting MOVES MERCHANDISE Phone
.: from left, Albert Edgar, campaign headquarters manager and member of the DIST .
=- campaign steering committee; Jim Clayton, chairman of Citizens for Gold- The Equitable Life q ON7ROLi 376.2661
water; Hershel Haynes, county GOP chairman; and Mrs. Jayne Butterworth, Assurance Society _i
__ GOP state committeewoman. FR 2-3576 w 11111 Lii -wijni! COMICAL CO.

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PRATTVILLE, Ala. (AP) was begun, Republicans produced aka t< m \ ,
I The Republicans raised the roof a picture of the Cutler's k : ; al' .
I; and Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson shanty, along with a clinically >F y
I had it fixed. detailed report of its condition,
,, The roof in question covers which, they claimed, was terri :: gn. ,
the heads of Mr. and Mrs. Charble..
lie Cutler, the elderly Negro According to the GOP, the
sharecroppers whose small roof leaked, the porch was
.:. shanty became something of a crumbling, and the house was
.. political ping-pong ball about about to disintegrate on its
t :- the time President Johnson shaky foundation.
signed the antipoverty bill into Not so now.
law. The house sports a new tin

= The Cutlers live on a 4,000 roof, a bolstered foundation and ca,>;rrLa ..,
; -. acre section of land near Pratt- new -blue front porch.
I = ville, Ala., owned by Mrs. JohnMrs.. Johnson had the roof s.x, .2.
= son, and which the First Lady is added and the porch fixed, but
I turning into a tree farm. the blue paint was Mrs. Cutler's
When the "war on poverty" idea.Legislators .

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= By JEAN CARVER, Sun Staff Writer .. r/ati..y Av: ) .r

i Despite a noticeable number of boos from the student side y. 1 1'i'R. 'j '
-- of Florida Field Saturday, Gainesville "appreciated" membersof ..Y.:, 16'.', v; ;.

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Chamber of Commerce Secretary Billy Mitchell said the: :1v y t

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t their wives and local dignitaries at a closed buffet after

the Florida-SMU game at the Holiday Inn. .
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A burly but smiling highway patrolman was on hand to { < '
make sure there were no gate crashers before putting his '.t ,= :
white-gloved! hand on the door handle.

Like Friday night's social hour, the degree of sociableness ,. 1:
increased as the cocktail ice melted and ,clusters of conversationalists ". ...
blended into one big,happy crowd.

cal.The conversations at both parties was unsurprisingly politi- Now is the time Back-to-school time !

Basically, it's LBJ, despite defectors from the Democraticcamp
many legislators feel.

A number of legislators also predict that overwhelming numbers Time
of voters in populous areas, such as Hillsborough County to buy World Book Encyclopedia !
j' and large south Florida counties, will more than overshadow
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I ; Monday September 21, 1964 Gainesville Sun 7

UN GroupTo Ag. Extension WorkersIn Capture City

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iI\ W 1 Discuss Area Named to Posts. Jail Escapee

t A prisoner who escaped the
Year Ahead Agricultural Extension workers there,. Gainesville, tobacco specialist -
recaptured Sunday
city jail was -
from the Gainesville area with Extension.In .
Police Chief W. D. Joiner -
are well represented among other elections Mrs. Josephine
Plans for the coming year said
will be the of discussionat newly elected officers of Exten- McSwine, Alachua .County -' today.
Late I Hubert L. Brigman tie i the
Morning sion professional organizations. home
GM Begins FLASHES a luncheon meeting of the demonstration agent, several weeks after
.. I jail ago
MARKET N. Y. Gainesville Chapter of the Dorothy Ross, home demon-: was named treasurer of the HD '
16 of
Listing United Nations Association Friday stration agent for Bradford Agents Association. :serving for days drunkenness.He a .60-day
BargainingWith I AllisChal 22% Int Pap 35% at the Florida Faculty Club.; County was named president' Alachua County Agent W ii- :
An 1.4 at 324.5 with industrials
YORK AP taken Sunday
NEW ( ) upsurge up was morning -
.: Alcoa 65% Jones&L 87% According to Dr. Harry R. of the Florida Agricultural Extension -burn Farrell was re-elected sec .
spurred the 2.9, rails unchanged and utili- at his home; 927 NW 11th
by coppers AmAir 41% Kais Al 33% Warfel, President of the local Workers Association at retary of the County Agents As-
stock market to a larger gainas ties up .3. .Ave., and charged with escape.
UAW AmCan 43% Ken'cott 89% UNA, the meeting will explorethe the annual conference in sociation, and William J. Cow-
The Dow Jones industrial
moved into average -
industrials again AmCyan 60% Lig & My 83% opportunities for the new Gainesville, which ended Fri! en, Union County agent, was

: DETROIT (AP) .;..- General I new high ground early this aft- 870.78.Phelps. at noon was up 5.66 at AmMot 17% Loch'd 39 year, discuss plans for implementing day.Serving named chaplain of Epsilon Sig- Plains Indians called the soaring -

: Motors and ._the_ United Auto ernoon. Trading was fairly ac advanced AT&T 69% Lorillard 45 the United Nations as vice president of. ma'Phi, national Extension honorary snow-topped mountains of

.. Workers headed into showdown'tive.News Dodge more AmTob 35%Mag'vox 29% Day program during UN Week, this organization Shelby Bro- society. northwest Montana the "back-
: bargaining on a new labor contract that Phelps Dodge, the than 2 points on its news. Simi- AmpxCp 16% MM&M 58W October 20-26, and receive sug- Clifford Alston, Gaines- .bone of the world."

today covering more than nation's second-biggest copper lar gains were racked up by Anaconda 54% Mohasco 13% gestions from the members on Birthday PartyIn I vile, was elected vice worthy

'" I _.35D, oo.employes. producer, had boosted, the copper Anaconda and Kennecott, both Armour 47% Mons'to 83%i future work. chief of the honorary society,

-_' The UAW went to the bar- > price.by two cents a pound, touching highs for the year. In- Babcock 35% Mont Wd 37% Dr. James D. Pope, Program lax Has and Helen Holstein, Gaines PROPANE

-: gaining-table i fortified with set- touched off the entire group of'ternational Nickel rose nearly B&O 38 Nat Dair 817/i i Chairman for 1954-65, will put ville, will serve as annalist.

': tlements already arrived at for copper stocks. I'2. BethStl 42% Nat Dist 2H4, forward tentative plans for a Tragic EndingJACKSONVILLE

more than 200,000 Ford and Wall Street was unbotheredby U.S. Steel rose more than a Boeing 651 N.Am Av 52 '4, meeting on December 11, during Diet Trouble LP. MS --

Chrysler workers calling for the prospect of the United I point while lesser gains were Borden 76% Penney 58 Human Rights Week. This meet- ended (AP) Tragedy boy'sl1 MANAGUA, Nicargua (AP)
improved retirement plans and Auto Workers squaring off scored by Bethlehem, Republic Brunswk 8% Pa RR 25% ing, to be held in the Community a age l!- Health authorities say per- HOTTER THAN
General Motors in its'Steel and Jones & Laughlin. CaterTr 37% Pep Cola 53M birthday party Sunday when his NATURAL GAS
more relief time on the assem- against Room of the Guaranty Fed- sons living in the isolated Temp-
bly line. series of labor bargaining talks. Chrysler, up another point, Celansse 66% Phil Mor 81 eral Building, will be under the father shot his estranged wife isque region of Nicaragua are I Cook & Heat Water
.I four times and then shot himself : I
auto stocks continued a standout in the Chrysler 65% Phill Pet 54
All top rose. direction of Dr. Oscar Svarlien. so badly weakened by malnutrition '
Historically. GM and the union Steels moved ahead amid re- auto group. General Motors, CocaCola 134 RCA 31*, Dr. Emmanuel Gitlin, UNA in the head. I .that 93 of them died of 'I Low Cost
p have disagreed on many ports that orders for steel are' Ford, Studebaker and American ,Com Ed 53% Rep Stl 5M( 4, Chairman for United Nations In critical condition were sles and FR 6-5110
I cough
points. For a time they evendisagreed at the highest level since spring' Motors made fractional Con Edis 93% Revlon 35VS, Day, will discuss plans for the Homer T. Herrington; 35, and past two months. mea-I',Ii

on today's starting a year ago. gains. Cont Can 49 Rey Tob 45V Gainesville UN Day program.The Mrs. Mariam E. Herrington, 34.

time for negotiations. Oils, utilities, rubbers, mail Gains of '2 or better were Dow Che 73% St Reg P 33%, meeting, Gitlin said, will] Herrington had a single bullet I
made IBM, Polaroid andu.s. duPont 270% Seaboard 53M wound in the head. His wife was
by be
However this was straight- order-retails, electronics, aerospace a community wide observ-
EAL 27% Sears 124M shot four times in the chest and
ened out-the agreed-upon time issues and chemicals also Smelting.Du ance with broad community
nearly 2. E. Kodak 130% Sinclair 45*, shoulder.
was 1:30 p.m. (EST) with advanced. Rails were mixed. Pont was up participation.
GM the apparent winner on Airlines and cigarette stocks.Ahead around a point or better Firestone 45% Socony 82%I The local chapter of the UNA, The incident occurred duringa

tha t'one. were easy. were Union Carbide, Xerox, Fla Pw 50% SouthnC 63M,i is the same as that formerly birthday party for the couple's16yearold _
Elec- Fla P&L 80% 15 h son, Homer Jr., who 4
the UAW insisted the The Associated Press aver- Boeing and Westinghouse SperryR i known as the American Associ-
Earlier Ford 58% StBrand 76H was living with his father.
age of 60 stocks at noon was up tric. ation for the United Nations.
time 10
was a.m.i Witnesses said the couple was i-
Frmst Da 12% StO NJ 86% I S. -
Walter P. Reuther UAW Frept Sul 42% Studebak 6/ Dies arguing when Herrington shot
president, and Louis G. Seaton, his wife then turned the 1 O
Frueh Tr 34% Swift 52% gun on
i GM vice president, headed the Funds AvailableFor Gen Dyn 36% Texaco 80% VATICAN (AP) _! himself.A .

bargaining teams. Gen El 87% Thiokol 13% Archbishop Joseph Gawlina, 72,! 14. year old daughter,

The company has offered a Gen Fds 92% U Carbid 127% rector of the Polish St. Stan-i Kathy, was living with her

new three-year contract whichit Dora LossesAn Gen Mills 43% Unit Airc 57% islaus College in Rome, died I mother.

calls "generous." The union Gen Mtrs 99% Un Fruit 21% unexpectedly early today. Police said the couple sepa-

has termed it "totally fnadeI Goodrich 58% US Steel 63% Cause of death was not immediately rated three weeks ago and a

I quate" pointing to GM profits additional $2 million, in I losses from Hurricane Dora, the Goodyr 46% Univ Mat 15% announced. divorce was pending. -

I which last year topped any ever rural housing loan funds i s state office of the Farmers Greyhnd 24% WestgEl 37%

reported before by a manufac- available to repair or replace I Home Administration has an- Gulf Oil 57% Winn Dix 37%I. . . . . . .

turing corporation.The nounced. Int Harv 83Woolwth 27$'
Int Nick 81% ADVENTURE!
offer is the same which William T. Shaddick, state 44I
Police Fire _
Chrysler Corp., Ford Motor Co., director, said loans will be ConservationistTALLAHASSEE AIRSTREAM PREVUE =
and GM made the UAW Aug. 17. made to eligible families in 24 1965 -

Under threat of strike, the Florida counties. (AP) Her-
21-27 1954
union won a new pact at Chrysler ReportPOLICE Loans will be made to farm bert L. Alley of Tavernier, who SEPTEMBER ,
DAILY 8 A.M. to 6 P.M.
=-- : which it estimated to be owners and to other owners of helped establish the underwaterJohn
..::worth.54 cents an hour over the FIRE REPORT real estate located in rur a ]I Pennekamp Coral Reef SUNDAY, SEPT. 27 -12 to 6 P.M.

next three years and which Accident RoundupThe areas, or in rural communities.Such State Park in the Keys, won the PREMIERE SHOWING IN THIS AREA
carried an early retirement following accidents have towns must be less than governor's award as Conserva- : -- --- i i i l i r :_--

incentive under which a 30-year been reported by the Gaines- 2,500 in population, not near an tionist of the Year. \. !

=. :''niaiimight: retire at 60 with a ville Police Department and urban center, Shaddick said. The award is made annuallyby :: II

= .penlon.up: : to $400 a month until Alachua County Sheriff's Department Loans will be made only to the Florida Wildlife Federa-

-he becomes. eligible for Social during the! past 36 persons who cannot get loans tion.

-- .--Security- -benefits.- hours: from private or cooperativelenders

r :.=-..:It.also raised the pension rate Jeffrey Craig Mullinax, 2818 including the federal
_""r7rfnrr"pasf and future retirees NE 15th St., and Mary F. Hall- Small Business Administration.The v-E Y ,f PlayboyMINIATURE
-ieayirig' at 65 from $2.80 per bauer, 2322 NE 11th St., 8:17 SBA office is in ackson-
at N. Waldo Rd. ville. *
---month-for_ each year of.serviceto44.25. p.m. .
... .
= and 27th Ave. L- N.W. MN%A.AW 3'b.\64N'vm t6MM
: .
-- Farmers Home loans carry an ..the all new Airstream fleet for
Charles Donald Gaskin. 921 SO BIG for your personal inspection. ANATELAS
interest rate of 4 per cent a '65. The most superb travel trailer ever built with features you won't
J NW 12th Ave., and Charles Wil-
= =&G'ville.= year, up io 33years. find on-:other trailers for years tv-come! completely new floor Hav-A-Tampa Playboy is a
:-__ I IiamAnsell123 NW:26th St., "Interested'applicants should 'CAUSE WE plans and layouts...new ideas..-.new innovations.Try an Airstreamon (great new smoke'u I! a trim
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-.. .r /:10: p.m. Sunday at 2200 blockof contact the nearest lO.:31 of- CHARGE SO LITTLE the road yourself during this big event! If you've ever dreamed of new shape a step up
SW 13th St. high adventure and faraway places...now is the time to make all
=_=_::Women Get Collier Porter, Alachua,. andJ fices. rent a car from those travel dreams come true! in.quality, and for prefer those a who'veswitched small -

T. Ball, 323 NW 15th St., at The Gainesville-office serves
1:30 p.m. Sunday at NW 13th Alachua, Bradford and Clay l ECONOCfroIIIJ *' Refreshments! Valuable Door Prize! All Your Travel cigar. You get all the flavor
and mildness of 15-cent
*efcolarsliipsThreeGainesville St. and 7th Ave. Porter cited counties. Columbia, Union, Nas- 99- Trailer Questions Answered! DON'T MISS IT! 4 brand, yet Playboy a is priced
for careless driving. sau, Baker and Duval residents -=w
women at just 6/f./
lVid David M. Jenkins, 1926: SW should contact the office' i n Gas. Oil Insurance All Included Wyatt Trailer SalesOCALA
holarships in ,
linn" t : recogni- 1st Ave., and Billy Green, Lake City. Dixie, Levy and NO DROP CHARGETO If you've switched, and seek = -
outstanding academic
Ocala, at 1:10 p.m. Sunday at Gilchrist residents are served JAX AIRPORT smooth smoking in a small
ISChterianents this morning at 1923 SILVER SPRINGS BLVD. PHONE 629-1358 -
cigar, step up to Playboy-
NW 12th St. and 4th Ave. from Chiefland. The office for Phone FR 6-3644
University annual of Florida'ss 11th I Estell Frazier Jr., 637 NE Marion and Putnam counties is OFFICE AT MANOR MOTEL . . . . e . from Hav-A-Tampa. Actual w.
Scholarship Convocation. ,
t 15th St., and Julian Smith, 1005 in Ocala. -
They were 20 others
among NE 14th Ave., 11 a.m. Sundayat
10 freshmen and

and to Scholarship receive 10 upper the Awards.division J. Hillis sophomores students Mille_ Frazier er's NE license.8th cited Ave.for no and valid 5th driv-St. French(AP) DeficitPARIS France suffered U. S. A. for L. B. J.

David Jones Jr., 821% NW a deficit in trade and com-

Patricia A. Mitchell was the 8th Ave., and Mary Lou Wal- mercial operations for Augustfor

lone local recipient of the fresh- lace, 808 Panhellenic, 10:05: the third straight month, the

=: man awards. A graduate of. a.m. Sunday, SW 13th St. and Finance Ministry disclosed.The .

Gainesville High School, she i s 8th Ave. Jones arrested for deficit for August was

the daughter of Mr. William G. careless driving. about $78 million as comparedwith PUBLIC INVITEDDemocratic
Mitchell 2396 NW 16th Ave. Nancy English, Rt. 1 Box\ 244, a deficit of about $58 million -

and hit-and-run vehicle, 11:52 in July. The June deficit
The other Gainesville women,. p.m. Saturday in 900 blx* W. was about $98 million.
both in the upper division wer: University Ave.

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In The 7 Perish in Weekend Accidents 'b. :
; Where the Race Is Now I ill I :- .':-:

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Saturday after being struck bya Anibal Rodeiro, 17,'of Tampa,

\.. = Accidents claimed the lives of truck. apparently drowned Saturdaywhile -
,a By LOUIS HARRIS ] at least in Flor- Gale W. Turner, 45, of Miami, skindiving in the Gulf-of "'
", -As the 1964 Presidential campaign moves into full swing, CapitolWASHINGTON f ida over the weekend.The persons. died Sunday on the Palmetto .Mexico off Redington. BeaclL
President Lyndon B. Johnson continues to hold his wide lead -- -
Expressway.Louis -
:over his Republican opponent, Sen. Barry Goldwater. (APSources State six traffic Highway victims.Patrol The reported L. Zabalo, 12, of Miami, One way to helpYQurse1fls-to

'The latest survey of a carefully selected cross-section of I ) say that the Warren Com- seventh person was missing and suffered fatal injuries when he tell the boss how to run :the
voters shows Mr. Johnson decisively ahead in every region ex- mission may deliver its 700- presumed drowned on a skin- rode his bicycle through a stop place better. Last year_ for
cept the South and running 63-37% ahead of Senator Goldwater page report on the assassinationof diving trip in the Gulf of sign into the side of a car. example, some 400,000 mpf yes
t in the nation as a whole. President John F. Kennedy to Mexico. Pattie R. Bannister, 37, of in U. S. industry earned atJ east
KEY VOTING GROUPS the White House by the middleof Titusville, suffered fatal injuries -,$19 million in bonus moneyfor
The high points of this survey of those likely to vote in November VOTING FOR JOHNSON this: week. Killed in traffic were Mrs. on U.S. 1 three miles southof suggestions that increased
: Phyllis'Taylor, 68, of West Palm
Mid-September Late August Chief Justice Earl Warren, Beach, who died when a car Titusville. efficiency. -::::..
President Johnson has begun to gain ground slightly in the Per Cent Per Cent chairman of the investigating driven by her husband rammed .

, East, Midwest and West BY PARTY: commission, has said, "Our jobis :a parked truck Sunday on RESTAURATEUR, : = : ;

I '"Senator Goldwater has brought the race in the South back Republicans ((33%) 36 32 completed when we report. to U.S. 1.Lester. Restaurant Equipment.- Name ,Brands ', :-.
Independents (14%) 65 .66
the President.
to':50-50 and now has a chance of making the best run of any SO', 81 O'Hern, 32, of West! COMPLETE LINES-.DIS000NTi.FAtCES I _
Democrats (53%) '
Republican modem times below the Mason-Dixon line. BY PHILOSOPHY: I Once the report goes to Presi- Palm Beach and 37 year old Hotel ,Chino and Glassware* ,Company .
dent Johnson, it should take a Robert Moody, Jr., of Marion,' .
T The President's gains in the North have come for the'most Conservatives (36%) 50 46 week ,or more before the White S.C., died on the state turnpike 640 W. Bay St., P.O. Box 4313, Jacksonville,Flo. -,
( part from men and women who usually wte Republican, and Middle of roaders (44%) 65 66 House makes it public.
today he receives support from 36% of those who consider themselves Liberals ((20%) 78' 78
Republicans. WASHINGTON (AP) The
, Protestants ((70%) 60 60 -
I :President Johnson now has moved into an almost two-to- Catholics ((24%) 69 67 Population Reference Bureau I
one lead among women,' mainly on the peace and civil rights Jews ((6%)- 78 76 says the birth rate in the United
issues. States is declining even though
' East (32%) 67 64 American women are marrying
. -lcfr. Johnson and Senator Goldwater stand 50-50 among :. earlier and having their first
Midwest (33%)' 64 62
! voters who describe "
own political philosophy as con- babies sooner after marriagethan
. South (18%) 50 54
More than a third of conservatives'feel Senator I a generation
West (17%) 67 65. ago.
Goldwater is a "radical" rather than a conservative in the
tradition of the late Sen. Robert A. Taft. BY SEX AND AGE: In a report, the bureau said
Men ((49%) 60 62 the decline cannot be attributed 1 V' r
The latest results are based on the following question:
21-3t (15%) 63 66 either to a change in childbearing -
"Suppose the election for President were being held today
35-49 (16%) 62 62 potential of American wom- ..
and you had to make up your mind right now. Would you vote
SO and over ((18%) 57 59 en or the development of new .
for Sen. Barry Goldwater, the Republican, or President Lyndon -
Johnson, the Democrat?" Women (51%) 66 62 contraceptives."The
JOHNSON VS. GOLDWATERNOT 21-34 (14%) 67 61 decline is due, rather, to & -1
% 67 62 0
35-49 (17 )
SURE NOT SURE a changing attitude regarding
50 and over ((20%) 63 62 the "
VOTE IN ALLOTTED size of the 'ideal family', ,
Per Cent Per Cent In many ways, this 1964 Presidential race is one of the the report said. It is smaller NEW ASSOCIATES HOME
' Johnson 60 63 strangest in this country's political, historyMr. : than it used to be.
Goldwater 32
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I; The trend of Harris Survey pairings of Mr. Johnson and -Goldwater, supposedly a conservative Republican, is win- ralled. Ahead Borrowing"plans for any responsible 600 offices in the U. S. and Canada.
I Senator Goldwater since just before the Republican convention ning most of his new support among labor union Democrats in
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JOHNSON VS. GOLDWATER TREND so-called "blacklash" issue. dents caused by the sudden A Financing Plan For Every Need

JOHNSON GOLDWATERPer -Mr. Johnson, an admitted protege of Franklin D. Roose- roan 15 hands high, who bolted .
Cent Per Cent velt, appeals primarily to middle-of-the-road voters who live in from a riding academy.It .. INC. F
Mid-September 63 37 the suburbs and small towns the base of modern Republicanism. took three policemen 90
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Early August 62 38Late -Goldwater, accused the Democrats of looking backward, Sunday.
July 64 36 runs strongest in what might be termed "new America," where
Early July 74 26 industrial and population growth are the greatest: Southern
To some, these results suggest a leveling out of the race,
Florida of
I California, the Southwest, metropolitan areas
and this may well be the case. But it is premature to conclude .
the South.
from opinions expressed six weeks before the election that the
contest is all over. -Mr. Johnson, with the solid backing of the AFL-CIO, Is CAN WINa
No survey, or combination of surveys, at this stage can be nonetheless breaking even with the executive and businessmanvote.
considered a prediction of the eventual outcome. Events beyondthe .
control of either candidate may drastically change these
-Mr. Johnson, Protestant, is running 1% better
figures before Nov. 3, and the possibility of a swing in public Catholic voters than did the late John F. Kennedy in 1960.among
opinion is always present. Shifts within key voting groups have for two to the in
been taking place constantly since the campaign started, even -Goldwater, whose father was Jewish, trails by more than trip inauguration
though the over-all picture has remained about the same. 3 to 1 among voters of that faith.
Here are some of the latest shifts among key voting groups. These paradoxes, however, are only in keeping with a politi-
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One down and one to go.

If it appears there's some-

l thing wrong with that statement taw: ..a y. aM
after the Gators' 24-8 cpening i! c .

victory over Southern Methodist j *_ t,.. ;
Saturday and in view of a 10- :

game 1964 schedule, there isn't.
Coach Ray Graves, his aides k \. << ,
and the Gator squad are playing -

'em strictly "one at a time"
i g >b'i
this season in view of the rough 4 v!

Monday, September 21, 1964 9 schedule. And the target this x..,:<. '
week is Mississippi Stale.

It promises to be a barbed- ..S f 1I
wire target. State was upset 21- .t.R eaf

7 by Texas Tech with four criti- .
Area Slate Has cal fumbles doing in Coach Paul :qi

: Davis' gang: Since the, game; I,
will be in State's backyard at ,,

Jackson, Miss., a second half
Standout Games of a ,day night double-header" Note determined expression as Gators' Jack Harper winds.op 56-yard screen pass run to set up first UF score in 24-8 win over S W. (Photo by Ron "

; featuring Mississippi Kentucky man, UF Photo Department). 5her"I"I

I i in the afternoon game it shouldbe .

I a dandy. battle. COLTS GAIN 21.20 UPSET WIN '
; Nine of the area's 13 e'evenI Southern Division crown. Other Graves said today, "We feel Miami High
l' man playing football teams won Southern games this'week include State ruined last
I our season
opening games last week but Cross City-Williston and in that 9-9 And
year they Leads Poll Missed Extra Costs Packers \
I the schedule brings four of Newberry at Chiefland where think: we ruined theirs." Paint I
them together_this Friday in a the host Indians rate an edge. Florida's attention will turn
I pair of contests that will help Lake Butler, a Norther Di- toward MIAMI (AP-Florida's) leading \
vision favorite ; getting more punch into school football teams By HAL BOCK Frank Tarkenton threw four :Brown's second TD of the game Dallas.
highlight a fine slate of games. along with Jas- the high
offense this week. The Ga- Associated Press Writer touchdown it for Pitts I Earl Morrall came off the
for the Vikings and
Starke and Santa Fe, victors per, collides head-on this week tors hit SMU with bombs face tough competition this Sports passes wrapped up
: two
over Macclenny and Madison, at Jasper with the Bulldogs.This 56 to a week as Miami High takes on Paul Hornung's toe lost one who lost their first game. I burgh. bench and hit Terry Barr with a
yard screen set
4' respectively, collide at Santa game likely will determinethe one score and an pass 83 yard punt up Miami Jackson, Coral Gables for the Green Bay Packers, Bill The Giants had a 14-0 lead The loss, second straight for ourth quarter TD pass as the

Fe. Cross City and WiListon, titleholderOther Northern return for a touchdown with 'plays Miami Edison, Jackson- Wade's arm won one for the against Pittsburgh when Baker I the defending Eastern Division :Lions rallied for their tie

winners over Greenville and Division games will find Greenville halfback Jack Harper drag the ville Lee meets Forrest and Chicago Bears and John Bak caught Tittle deep in New York I champions, left the Giants as I against Los Angeles. Rookie {

Branford respectively, bu m p playing Jasper. honors. Tampa Robinson opens against er's 270 pounds may have endedan territory in the. second period. 'the only NFL team without a quarterback Bill Munson hurled

I heads at Williston. Both games Keystone Heights, a 35-0 loserto Graves said "We were a lit. Brandon. era for the New York Giants. The veteran quarterback's des. victory this season. This is New, two TD passes for the Rams.

J. should be fine ones. St. Augustine St. Joseph's tle ragged on offense. But we Miami High, a long-time power Those were the key develop York's worst start since 1955

1 I Meanwhile, Gainesville High, Saturday night, will host Bun- anticipated this in view of losing in high school circles leads ments in Sunday's.National when the Giants also lost their 220 Boys Join

l|: its Region III Class AA hopes: nell in its first home game. four days of practice to Hurricane the Miami Herald's first weekly Football League action which EASTERN NATIONAL CONFERENCEW LEAGUE first two games and finished

tarnished by a 20-13() setback to Lincoln will go after its sec Dora." football poll with 159 points by left the Packers with their first Cleveland ......... 1 01 L T Pet.1CCO Pit.60 OP 45 third with a 6-5-1 record. Flag FootballSome

Jacksonville Lee, will make its ond win and first at home whenit If offense was ragged, ccfense virtue of a 21-0 victory over loss, the Bears with their first St. Louis ......... 1 ,01 1.000 49., 39 Charley Johnson engineered a.
... ..
PhiladelphiaPittsburgh 1 1 0 .suo. 35
home debut Friday against ri- hosts Croomes Academy of was tremendous. Standout line Southwest. victory and New York with its ........ 1 10 .500 41 50 last minute drive with quick 220 boys registered for
val Palatka in what should Sanford Thursday night at Cit Washington ....... 0 20 .OOJ 31 51 the 1964 flag football programat
b produce play held fleet SMU to 80 Coral Gables, Class AA defending worst start in nine years. Pittsburgh ........ 1 1 0 .500 41 50 flips to Sonny Randle, Joe Chil-
I a full house at Citizens izens Field. The Terriers have yards rushing and 33 more pass- state champion, had 137 Green Bay lost by the.margin New YorkWESTERN..CONFERENCE 0 20 000 31 65 dress and John David Crow the Boys' Club Saturday.
Field. won 17 of their last 21'regular Team assignments were made
ing. There were no major er- points in the poll after beating of Hornung's missed extra. Los Angeles ..... 1 0 1 1.000 43 31 enabling the Cardinals to get
Coach Jim' Niblack's 'Canes season games, lost one and Detroit ...........0- 1 0 1 1.0CO() 43 :34 for 23 teams in three leagues.
rors, however, on offense and Miami Columbus, 13-0. Gables point, 21-20 to Baltimore.Wade's Minnesota ......... 1 10 .500 62 58 within field goal distance
will have a score to settle with tied three. the only mistakes on defense al- blitzed Minnesota Chicago ...........- 1 10 .500 46 51 Cadet (7 and 8) League teams
Edison 19-0 winner passing the Browns. Jim Bak-
takes Miami against
on San Francisco ..... 1 10 .SCO 45 50 and
GHS will Thursday Friday
the Braves who outplayed AREA STANDINGS lowed SMU a 53 yard punt runback Ocala in its 34-28, and Baker's jarring Baltimore ........ 1 1 0 .500 45 54 ken's fourth three-pointer of the play
t, last year in a 6-6 deadlock. Pa W L Pcf.P. followed over opener. Green Bay ........ 1 10 .5oa.3 33 afternoons and Saturday morn-
K. Yong. 1 0 0 1. I by a pass interference Here the standings with, tackle knocked Y.A. Tittle out of SATURDAY'S RESULTS game from 28 yards out with
latka won its opener from Green Santa Fe 1 0 0 1.Starke .00o call at the 9 yard line are Detroit 17, Los Angeles 17, tie ings. Midgets (9 and 10) play
: the and started the Giants
five seconds left enabled St.
1 0 0 1. total points: SUNDAY'S RESULTS and Wednesday and
Cove 32-0. Tuesday
i Springs, North Marlon 1 0 0 1.Chiefland I to set up the Mustangs' lone TD. down to a 27.24 loss to the Steel- Pittsburgh 27 New York 24 Louis to tie it.
it I P. K. Yonge will seek a sees 1 0 0 1. : Only serious injury to 1. Miami High ((1-0-0)-159) San Francisco 28, Philadelphia 24 Saturday afternoons. J u n iors
Cross City 1 0 0 1. was 2. Coral Gables (1-0-0)) 137 Baltimore 21, Green Bay 20 Jimmy Brown had put Cleve- and Saturday
Monday -
ond victory in Keystone Con Lake Butler ers.In ((11.13) play
1 0 0 1.WIlliston I end Lynn Matthews of Tampa. Chicago ;34 Minnesota 28
s ference action when it goes to 1 0 0 1.Gainesvlll. : 3. Jacksonville Lee ((1-0-0)) 117 other games, St. Louis and j St. Louis 33 Cleveland 33, tie land on top in the see-saw game afternoons. All teams will
He broke a bone in his hand and
0 1 0 Dallas 24. Washington 18
Cleveland tied 33-33 San Francisco
4. Robinson ((0-0-0)) 104. scoring a TD with 48 seconds to also at least night
Fernandina Beach. The Pirates Newberry 0 1 0 .000: it is uncertain if he will be able Tampa FIRDAY'S GAMES play one
Keystone Heights 0 1 0 85 upended Philadelphia 28- Washington at New York, night. ,
Hialeah (1-0-0)) but Johnson's
5. pinpoint during season.
rolled over Camden Co., Ga., Trenton 0 1 0 000RIVERLAND I to play against State. SUNDAY'S GAMES go pass game
r i 7-0. CONFERENCE Florida's passing will 6. Tampa Hillsborough (1-0-0)( ) 24, and Dallas downed Washington Chicago at Baltimore ing brought St. Louis back. Lou I Clinics will be held at 4 p.m.

[; The Blue Wave got a jump Bronson W 1 L 0 T 0 Pet.1.000 I get much attention this game week: 76 2418. Detroit and Los Angeles Cleveland Dallas at Pittsburgh at Philadelphia Groza kicked four field goals, today for Juniors and Tuesday \

on other Keystone clubs withthe Hawthorne Key 0 1 0 0 0 0 1.000Cedar .000 State has a strong line, led by 7. Vero Beach (1-0-0) 71 battled to a 17-17 tie Saturday Minnesota. Louis at at San Los Francisco AngelesSt. for Cleveland and scored his 1 r and Wednesday at 4 p.m. for ,

victory over Orange Park. Metros 010 .000 All-America candidate Pat Wat- 8. Fort Lauderdale (1-0-0))) 60 night. Green Bay MONDAY at Detroit SEPT.night 21 000th career NFL point. Midgets. Cadets begin 1 e :a gue '

(t No other loop contests are set Pierson NEGRO SCHOOLS 010 .000 son. And the backfield is head- 9. Orlando Edgewater (1-0-0) Unitas Clicks John Brodie and Bernie Case y r play Thursday at 4 p.m. Boys I'

f this week and a second triumph wi.TPct. ed by hard running fullback 56 Baltimore's Johnny Unitas combined to beat the Eagles fo r wishing to play _Hag football
l I. 1\ by the PKY eleven would I Lincoln, This Week's Schedule 1 C 0 1.000 EJoyle Granger. .. 10. Pensacola High (1-0-0)) 54, connected with,two long touchdown peration pass was intercepted San Francisco. Brodie passe I may register during the week -- '
'" Y, give it a, good, shot ..-at loop ';Sanford.".r yt Croomes Thursday at Lincoln "" Today's workout "Will 'be a Other teams'receiving points passes, a'-52-yarder to and returned for a TD by Chuck for 267 yards with 11 comple. at the Boys' Club and rftend
I laurels in 1964. Miami Edison Tampa Hinton as Baker fell on him. tions. Casey caught six passes i the scheduled clinics and
Friday light one for the Gators aft were Lennie Moore and a 40-yarder to !
/ North 'Marion, last y e ar's Palatka. K. Yonge at GainesvilleP. at Fernandina Beach er they view films and h- ar the Plant, Forest Hills, Jackson John Mackey, as the Colts Tittle had to be helped from for 169 yards. games.
Suwannee champion, was Impressive Starke at Santa Fe scouting report from John ,Eib- ville Beach Fletcher, North Mi- scored all their points in the the field and did not play again. Passes Miss GAINESVILLE CHURCHW

I in its last-quarter win Lake North Butler Marion at at Jasper Trenton ner on State. Major preparations -ami, Palm Beach High, Daytona first half. Hornung scored on His injury was diagnosed as a The Eagles drove to the 49er University Methodist .......... 3 L 1
will Cross City at Williston bruised rib and torn cartilageand Calvary Baptist ......_....... 3 1
Eau Gallie. The Colts start Beach Mainland Winter Haven I
over Newberry at Chiefland Tuesday and they'llbe runs of 20 and four yards but nine yard line in the last minutebut First Methodist 2 ............ 3 1
i rule a heavy favorite over Trenton Bunnell at Keystone Heights shielded from prying eyeson Jacksonville Jackson and MI. missed the extra after his he was taken to St. Elizabeth's Advent Christian 2 ............ I 1 '
Hawthorn at Cedar Key point three Norm Snead passes Pint Methodist 1 ............... 2 2
I as it opens defense cf its Pierson at Bronson the practice field.Here's ami Palmetto. second TD. Hospital in New York for fell incomplete in the end First Nazarene ................ 2 I
X-rays and treatment. zone Advent Christian 1 '. .' ....... 1 3
Wade completed 23 of 31 passes as time ran out. Highland Presbyterian 2 ....... 1 3
First Baptist ........... ......... 1 3
for 344 yards as the Bears Steelers Come Back A tight, Dallas defense contained Highland Presbyterian 1 .,.... 1 :I
Why Coaches Are Pessimistic broke loose against the Vikings.He Hinton's touchdown started a Washington quarterback University Methodist RESULTS 1, Advent Christian -
r heaved three touchdown Steeler comeback that was Sonny Jurgenson as the Cowboys 1 1; Calvary Baptist 3. Highland
Presbyterian 1 1 First Methodic, 2 3.
passes and scored one sixpointer capped by Brady Keys' 90-yard whipped the Redskins.Don Ir,t Baptist 1; ;Advent Christian 2 3;

By HUGH FULLERTON Jr. Iowa State Arizona State, I down North Carolina 14-13, Tex and has a fairly easy assignment himself. punt return which set up Ed I Perkins scored two TDs for Highland 1 2; First Presbyterian Nazarene 2 2.1; First MethOdist
Associated Press Sports Writer Wyoming, Southern California. 'as Tech whip Mississippi State J against Tulane at Mobile. -, ----- .

r Ever wonder why all football Two In Ten 21-7, William and Mary beat ]Illinois and Ohio State, 3 and 5, 4
coaches are pessimists and Top VMI 14-12, California trim Missouri 4 pen: this week against California i
Two of the upset victims and
football prognosticators are 21.14, Utah beat New Mexico : and SMUt respectively.
two whose coaches feel
slightly whacky? Take a look at may abit 16-0 and South Carolina hold
shaken were among the Top Oklahoma, second in the preseason vorkpoweri
last weekend's results, then Duke to a 9-9 tie.
r Ten teams in The Associated trailed
another at what's just ahead. ratings, Maryland
Press Mississippi, tabbed as No. 1 in
After the first full weekend of pre-season ratings. Fourof for some 56 minutes. Then
this the the Top Ten were easy win the AP pre-season voting, John Hammond took over at
college season,
major colleges who played can ners and two haven't played. opened with a convincing 30-0 quarterback and fired a 90-yard II Ii i I

be listed this way: Washington, rated as the victory over Memphis State and scoring pass to Lance Rentzel, I
Already upset: Syracuse team to beat on the Pacific i takes on Kentucky Saturday In an interception set up another 1

1 Washington North Carolina Coast and No. 7 in the AP poll, a Jackson, Miss., doubleheader touchdown and the Sooners won 1I I

Missouri, Mississippi State, fell before the Air Force 3-2 as which also sends MississippiState 133. Next for Oklahoma is 1

VMI, New'Mexico. I Bert Holaday, who beat the against Florida. Kentucky Southern California, 21-0 winner' 1I I

Too close for comfort: Oklahoma Huskies last year, did it again barely beat Detroit 14-6 while over Colorado Friday. !i

Duke, Louisiana State, with a 23-yard field goal Syra- Florida trimmed Southern Tenth-rated Navy saw quar-

Georgia Tech Kentucky, North cuse, No. 8 and considered the Methodist 248. terback Roger Staubach stoppedbut )

western, Wisconsin, Arkansas, East's best was dumped by Texas Rolls pulled out a 21-8 decisionover
Kansas, Oregon, WashingtonState Boston College 21.14 on a tie- Texas racked up its 12th Penn State. By comparisonW&M
Virginia Tech. breaking pass from Larry Mar- straight victory, 31-0) over Tulane should be easy. Auburn,,
Scared but safe: Navy, Wake zetti to Bill Cronin in the closing and should be favored No. 8, whipped Houston 30-0) and .

Forest West Virginia, Utah. seconds. over Texas Tech. The Long- runs into Tennessee, which hada

Breathing easy: Army, Alabama Some of the other prime up- horns are rated No 4. Alabama,I shaky 10-6 decision over Chat-

Auburn, Florida Texas sets saw North Carolina State No. 6, easily beat Georgia 31-3 tanooga.

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Associated Press Sports Writer I lifetime series with the Chargers decision, lifting their record to :Lionel Taylor and two field I

The Boston Patriots had a at five victories apiece.In 1.1.. The New York Jets,"1-0, and goals by Gene Mingo. Otherwise ,

J score to.settle with San Diego's Sunday's other game, the Kansas City Chiefs, 0.1. were 4
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(f\ Bouton Tunes AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pd. ,.... -About ? BIG :

New Baltimore York t to* 5t 42 M\JM 1 Running MVP

Chicago It 43 .584 2 I

iFor 'Series'f' Detroit Cleveland 70 7t n7 73 .510 13V 12V4* -
1 Los Ankles 77 7* .503 14Vi
F Minnesota 75 74 ..,7 15V* By MIKE RATHET son trade with Detroit, allowed lies or St. Louis and Cincinnati' The Phillies scored twice In ORANGEF

Washington Boston 59.SU.41723 W JM 32 Associated Press Sports Writer only a pair of unearned runs defeats totaling seven will bring the first inning against loser

J f'., ,.: By MURRAY CRASS their sprint to the front. Before Kansas City Sundays Results 54 M JM tt Who said it's Richie Allen or Sunday as he brought his recordto the Phillies their first flag. Jim Brewer before adding what

.- "Associated Press Sports Writer that spurt began with a New York 4. Kansas City I Johnny Callison for Most Valuable 18-5 with a five-hitter In the since 1950. turned out to be the winning run

'-. "If Whitey Ford has his way, triumph over Boston In the second Los 5-1 Angeles 1st Game 0-2,1ft Baltimore!Innings Player honors In the National National League leading Phil The Reds and ,Cardinals are in the fourth inning.

-r_v tfjhaj two-hit shutout New York's Chicago 4. Washington 3 League? lies' 3-% victory over the Los
game of a doubleheader Minnesota 12 Boston 4 tied for second place, 6% games The Dodgers were blanked

-Jim Bouton pitched was merely Aug. 22 New York was six Detroit 4-2, Cleveland TlCln Games 5-7 What about Jim (Perfect Angeles Dodgers.The behind the Phillies while fourth- until the ninth when Maury

I -tuneup. for the opening game games from the top. (No games scheduled! ) Game) Bunning, the pitching Phillies' victory, coupled place San Francisco remainedseven Wills singled, stole second and

.Or "of the World Series against the Starting with that game, Baltimore at Tuesdays Detroit Games portion of Philadelphia's key with Cincinnati's 9-6 victoryover back by beating Pitts- eventually scored on an error

Philadelphia Phillies. which snapped a six-game los Chicago Minnesota at at Los Kansas Angeles.City.N N triumvirate? St. Louis, reduced Phila- burgh 4-3 in 11 innings. Else- by Vic Power. A single by Tom-

"*_ "":An early tuneup, yes. But ing streak, the Yankees have New York at Cleveland 2, twi-night Bunning, the 32-year-old right- delphia's magic, pennant-clinch where, Milwaukee defeated the my Davis scored another run

'. ..- ",Bouton couldn't have appeared played at a .741 rate. Baltimore, Boston at NATIONAL Washington,LEAGUE N bander acquired in an off-sea-! ing number to seven. Any combination Chicago Cubs 5-2 and Houston before Bunning cut off the_rally.

:. ., .more set for a Series opener as on the other hand, has split Philadelphia W L Pel. G... of Philadelphia victo- blanked New York's Mets 1-0.
to 40 .600 The Cardinals pulled into a 6-

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: Orioles who doublehead. left the Orioles three behind and
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I' ?, will use right-handers in Marve Staehle, who also won a Los Angeles at ChicagoSt. There will be another racing' Los Angeles .............. SOS 505 502-2 One out when winning run scored. Home runs by Felipe Alou and

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Mondoy.; September'21 1964 'Gainesville Sun 11


'S Cane Comments

,It.1 : Begin Crackdown, False Student ID'si With The

.. '-" -' & By CHRIS POOLE, .been urged to read ft carefully. -

i. Classes began once again Also re instated this
WALKER LUNDY said. "It also has a discription said money for the laminating the State Beverage. Commission, for yearis
another Gainesville the
:. Students using false identification -of the person too." process must be obtained and he said. year separate homeroom per-
Boys High School. The school is now iod, which was dropped last
: cards to purchase alcoholic Hampton added "The person that the plan is at least one Gainesville Police Capt. R. 5I with
bustling and The
beverages are the target responsible is the who : activity year. history departmentis
one year from adoption. Florida T. Angel ,said_ ,the ,I. D. card off
things got to if
: of a crackdown begun last should be charged, either the operator -State University has a, similar problem is "growing" but add-! I somewhat slow a good, now completely housed in

; ;week by law enforcement agencies for improper checkingin plan in operation now, Adams ed it. is "nothing, to worry Hurricane start. the teaching auditorium, and a

t : : here, according to City Attorney -, making the sale or the minor about yet." Keystone Gab -' Keystone they wish to work on from a Although tine Dora did course in humanities--is being

-Osee R. for and said.He Club advisor Don Large has offered the in- not damage school physically offered for the first time.
Fagan. i possession misrepresentation. said a student could be City police are paying more now large variety by

: "We haven't made a practice ." suspended from the universityif attention to it now since the formed a Junior Keystone Club structor such as bird houses, the confusion it created by During the past week, serv-

: harrasslng students under 21 The university administrationhas he were arrested for falsify- county made selling alcoholic for boys. in the junior high shoe shine boxes, midget race throwing off class assignmentsand ice clubs and various _other student -

: years of age," he said. "B u tl under discussion a plan to ing an identification card but beverages legal last year,. Angel -age group.. .All ,boys. interested II cars, and many others. made work' schedules more than organizations began meeting -

'1 : because there are so many issue a permanent laminated added, "It would depend on the said. in-taking part in a very enter- Boy Scouts Boy /Jcout have up for ,any ,destruction it to plan the year's activi

J i :- false I. D. cards going around, identification card with a color circumstances."We "Before then, we only S had taining and educational program -: meetings have been changed could brought ties. A pep rally was,held Fri

, : we're really going to start en- picture of the holder, but so have talked to a number beer and that, wasn't much of should attend the next from Thursday to Wednesday However, 'with the appear day to kick off the 1954 GHS

, : forcing the. law." far the plan is stymied with financial already and put' them on a problem,", he said. "B Ut meeting Wednesday night at for' the fall season. All' boys. 12 ance of 'clear weather this football season which opened

: ; The law to which Fagan was problems. probation," he said. The university -we check closer now than we 5 years'old through high schoolare : past.week; operations began to that night against Jacksonville

-referring is a state statute that Dean of Men Frank T. Adams also reports all offenses to did before." S S :30.Flag Football ,Applicationsmay invited to join a fast growing move into high gear. Lee.

: :makes it illegal for any person still be obtained at the troop under the supervision -

: ,:to misrepresent his age to any-' Boys' Club for the flag football of Scoutmaster Harry Park- This year, ,GHS ,is sporting a Next week, we will have

: Tjne. Maximum penalty is six Leagues have hurst. Boys and their parents number of changes. The school more specific information on

: months jn jail_ or a $500 ,fine. / SEE been program.formed, in the Cadet (7 may observe, the program offered has a new principal Mr. Joe GHS activities as it becomes

-Fagan said a case last Tuesday By and 8), Midget ((9 and 10)), and attending the Charter T. Hudson. Mr. Hudson servedas available. S

.it, : in City Court of a 19 yearn Junior ((11-13)) :age groups. AIlboys Night presentation at the Boys' GHS assistant principal for

) : :old University. of Florida student who register will, play in Club September 23 at 7:30 p.m. several years and replaces Mr.

: : ""brought the situation tot Choir The Boys' Club William S. Talbot who
j' : every game and will be allowedto was recently Resigns Post
a head." -- < > : Choir has resumed rehearsalsfor elected county school
} kick least
.the SUNGENERAL run, pass or at
J : The-,student attempted to use once during each, game. the fall season and all boys superintendent. Serving as as- Over

: 4wo false identification cards Roller Skating Roller who wish to audition f or the sistant principal this year is Smoking

: from Orlando Jr. College to pur- I Choir may do so any Monday Mr. John Neller, a former
Skating will begin Sept 2! and NEW YORK AP Emerson
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: -rhase'beer in a grocery outlet HOSPITAL COURT OF RECORD COURTHOUSE RECORDSSept. immediately after school. GHS basketball coach who last r-
Criminal Dispositions 1118Divorces will be offered each Mondayand Foote has board
+ and a plainsclothesman was in Sept. 17, 1961BIRTHS Judge Ira Carter Presiding Begua PP & K pet 9 is the year' was named dean of stu- resigned as
a : the time Forfeitures: George L., Burton, Ray. Dale M. White v. Colin Lee White. Thursday at 4 p.m. 'Skates deadline chairman of one of the nation's
store at the according for in the
town, Mo.. speeding $35. Felde Cuevas Barbara Kate T. Addison v. Wilburn are furnished by the Club. registration dents., Also new in administration -
to Fagan. i Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lee Tallahassee, speeding $35. Kerry Mul- B. Addison. Boys' I Ford Motor Punt, Pass and is Mrs. Cela Hendrickson largest advertising agencies
ford Fort Lauderdale speeding, $20. James Head v. EfI.e'A Heal Instruction,is given to all begin- because of his beliefs' on ciga-
A The store manager was suspicious Biles, Waldo, a boy; Mr. and Jack D. Underwood 205 NW 34th Drive Anna B. Harley v. Sumter D. Harley. I Kick contest to be held at theBoys' this year serving as director
drunk, 35. James C. Turner Went- Esther G. Cason v. Charles B. Cason. ners. i rette advertising. He cited a
of the youth's Mrs. Ronald D. Smith New. Club Oct. 10 starting at 10
I appearance worth, Ga.. Lynn w. Mears v. Herbert A. Wean. : of student activities. She replaces -
I : and asked for additional berry, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Case disposed of; Ladis W. Ross New- Beulah M. Cannon v. Jerry Cannon. Story Hour Story Hour a.m. There will be a Boys' Club Mrs. Catherine Sell e possible "conflict of InteresL""I
berry withholding support. Robert L. Lillian E. McAfee V. Riland D. McAfee.
h?) identification Fagan said. The Bert Hambleton, 1013% SW 2nd Byron Archer no valid drivers license. Mary R. Long v. Horace E. Long. will hold its first session of the representative in some of the who now works as a guidance happen to agree 'with the

!J i : boy left the store and went Ave., a boy. Sentences, : Medfard Davis. Hewthorne Divorce Suits Ended fall program September 24 at local schools to give clinics for "
speeding, $20 or 5 days. Thomas J. Car. Buster Harrison v. Lillian Harrison. counselor.In surgeon general's report,
J( across the street where he ADMITTED us Jr., Waldo reckless driving. $30 and Peggy Tillman v. George V. Tlllman. 3:30 p.m. ,The program is opento eligible boys. Already assignedto Foote said. The reported linked
'1 traffic school or 30 days. Peter J. Gill Doris E. Duncan v. William; P. Dun- all Club
bought the beer with the two Eugene V. Simmons, JaniceC Jr., 207 sw 13th St., speeding traffic con. Boys' membersand schools are: Lake Forest addition to new top level heavy cigarette smoking with

false I. D. cards, Fagan said. ; Hambleton, Mark E. Noble, school ormick and Hawthorne$20 costs.speeding Raymond P.traffic Mc. Stephen Tessler Other Suits v. Daniel Begun R. Sims'and instruction and story tellingis Don Large; Metcalfe Joe Pelt; administration, GHS has 21 lung cancer.

; The policeman followed the Calvin G. Gunter, Mildred M. school and $20 costs. Laura'' M. Sims. damages. given by University studentsin Littlewood Hal Ingman; and new teachers in virtually all ,

youth and arrested him. Rye. Joyce M. Howard, GlayysB. unauthorized Doyle R. Morgan person Archer to dirve allowing traffic:-w Mary'H'S.Inc.Guthrie v. Donald suit for G.cancellation Guthrie: an<' the School of EducatioJ.I Sidney Lanier Fiank Bogle. departments, to better meet the Foote said he wants to be ableto

'- "We've been trying to con- Fielding Mary Alice Can- school Hawthorne and, $20 speeding.costs. Daniel traffic A.sch Raleigh cl and deed Modern agreement.Homes Finance Co. v. Gidden I Woodshop --'The wood shop Boys wishing to take part- in needs of a growing school. take a public position on cigarette -

centrate on the licencees and non and Thomas G. Ward, all $20 costs. Jackie L. Register R'. 1. im- B. Hague and ,Audrey Hague mortgage will be open each Saturday 9 their school clinics and receive smoking.

place the responsibility on of Gainesville. proper driver's (license, $20 or S days. foreclosure.Derald H. Ruttenberg and Illncn Inc.. am. 5 pjn. and will offer boys additional instruction in preparation Enrollment is not up significantly -
I I Larry W. Rooks High Springs, allowIng vBarry Silverstein. this year, with only Foote, 57, joined the agency,
said. "But the clarification of instruction in the of tools
them Fagan Willie H. Johnson, Dunellon; an unauthorized person to drive $20 agreement. use for the Oct. 10 competition

law is very specific about min. Sallie D. Dixon, New berry; Bob- and stone traffic Heights school.failure Billy to Rose.yield right Key-ofway. Other Suits Ended and woodworking equipment. are urged to contact their school about 100 this more same students period than last McCann-Erickson and has been board, Inc.chairmanfor in 1951
ors." bie Jean R. Biles Waldo; Vi- $20 or 5 days. James L. Saunders. Household, Finance Corp. v. Ruby KIIUnger Boys may_ select the project teachers as to the next clinic.
3913 NW 14th St.. improper passing traffic debt. --- war, However.. the student two years. He is a memberof
The law forbids minors from' vian W. Smith, Newberry; Kim- school and $20 costs. City of Gainesville v. R. A. Bradley ---- ---p---
'I and Celeste M. Bradley eminent body be expected to increase'during'theCourse the President's Commissionon
being in possession of alcoholic -berly Keith Haley, Lanta n a; Rufus White, no address listed. failIng .main. may
to give information and render aid. of the Heart Disease Cancer and
J beverages, including beer Carolyn H. Staley; Shamroch; S100 or 60 days; following too close $200 ''I.emnation.Alachua County v. Robert Din a. con-' ChatterBy Stroke and former, director of
1. ,as well as unlawful to misrepresent -, Joyce A. Terrell Keysto n e or 90 days. Yonge year.
I Capias issued for the arrest of: Robert i Building Permits the American Cancer Association. -
I their age. Heights; Jeanette Z. Chi tty; J. Alderman Ticker Ga., no val- ; City An interesting new ,feature is

Judge Wade Hampton, who Micanopy; Mary R. R u h 1, Id Lima driver-s Ohio,license.no valid Willis drIvers C. Elm license.ore. :,construct James M.foundation.Gable 1511$210.N. W. 13th Street Barbara HoffmanHi. j ruture student handbook, inaugurated .

found the youth guilty but suspended -Starke; Eugenia Geiger, Chief' Mary J. Faison 424 SE 7th St., no valId Sargent L. Dale 628 S. E. 1st Ave., repair meetings. The next gen- this year. It contains perti-
driver's license. John L. Ross. New dwelling $255. Here we are back in the I eral meeting will be December
t' his sentence said he' land; Mattie M. Depper, Lake myrna, following too close. Ishman Charles E. Whitney, 1932 N. W. SSthve. swing of things. ALL nent information and a statement

c \ thought a driver's license was City; Ellen Lawton, Raiford; Rowe board., 320 NW' 7th Ave.. breaking bill 3000.. construct foundation, of owellmg, had a restful summer.hope and' are :15.We're of school regulations and OIL
probably the best identification lone Davis Waldo; David S. Charges continued: Gary Hampton Jim Sanders, 503 N. W. 21st Lane ConStruct for proud cur mighty policies. All GHS f1 dents have
? for a license to request. Westbury Palatka Lawtey. Fla, speeding. Ladis W. Ross four unit apt.. $15,000. ready a profitable yea r. :Blue Waves who, after sweating
; Kirkpatrick & Pierson, 1122 N. School BURNER
Newberry. worthless check.Pleaded W. 4th started August 31, and j
t "That's something almost everyone Waldo; Darlene G. Lamb, Cross not guilty: Joseph D. Brown.Rt. Ave., Repair dwelling $275. out practice in all kinds of I Evelyn Tootsie 'Mitchell
2, speed too great for conditions. Kirkpatrick & Pierson, 1116 N. W. 4th already we've had a holiday'weather, started the season by SERVICE
I has and it's about the City Benjamin W. R d Ave.. and the'DROPSofJOY
e Repair
; e George P. James Lake Butler Fla.. fallre dwelling $275. ,
: hardest thing to falsify," he Palatka. to yield right of way. McKinley Const. Co. 1721 N. W. 26th plus two other days off due to ]playing Orange Park on Friday BANDnow
Charges dismissed: Albert W. Carter. Way Construct dwelling, $40,000. the storm. Good to see the sun night at Citizens Field.
1 IN THE COUNT JUDGES COURT IN 925 SE 5th Ave.. no valid driver's lic. E. E. Culbreath. 1505 N. E. 6th Terr.. I atGENE'S
": AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORI. I DISCHARGED :ense. William H. Chastain High Repair dwelling, $385. again, and to know that little :student body got them off to
prings. no valid drivers license. Mrs. Paul Laurent, 1615 N. E. 7th St., BARBEQUE
: Linda Benton and Julie done to build-
I son; damage was our I: rousing start in '
IN RE: Phyllis S. Hardi!, 1140 NW 55th St. Repair dwelling $255. pep assembly N.W. 5th Ave.,
ESTATE OFMARY Walker; William Bannan; Theresa !blocking driveway. $750. Philip E. Pas- H. E. Schweyer 1115 N. W. :3th Ave.. ings. 1 Friday afternoon. and a I',
C. KOHN, Deceasfi. tore. University Station careless driv-Repair Dwelling $480. '
I NOTICE TO CREDITORSALL Gardner; Larry Freeney; 1 Ing. $25. Donald M. Hartsough, 3716 NW Mrs. B. W. Ames, 1406 N. W. 8th St.. A back to school assembly''Howdy Dance" was he'd aft-

Kohn CREDITORS deceased.of are the hereby Estate of notified MaryC. Carolyn Hufty and son; Mdrga- i 7th O. Place. .illegal NW 3rd parking..Ave.. ran Si.red-WilliamFlannery light Repair Dwelling. $600. was held, at which time' we I!r the game in the school, gym. N
and to file claims ret Lyons Judith Vickery and :.'0. Keith Haythorne 1822-24-26-28 N. W. '
required any or demands ; met our new principal, Mr. The dance
10th was sponsored
Street Construct by
.. which they may have against said Maurice E. Ennls 16 SE 13th St. faile four unit apart-
Estate In the Office of the County Judge. ,son; David Fagan; Ro b e r t I. to yield right of way. $25. Henry merit $20,000. Charles Henderson and our the majorettes who added spiceto .
1 Davis 709 NW 19th Ave., driving Keith Haythorne 1814-16-1820 N. W.1Ot" .
I. Alachua County. Florida. In the Courthouse ReinstIeter AId : DaIVI-IN THUUI
h I In Gainesville. Florida 1thIn' six ; Wortley a y; wrong way on a one-way street $10. Street Construct four unit apts..$2 new teachers and students. We the evening by performinga
(61. calendar months from the dote of Villiam Mizell; Mark E. No- :chael A. Connor Jr., 103 NE 2nd St., 000. Iso learned the of the routine. ,."-"'- a..I..' 20.FR ,
:reless drlving.'S25. Gary L. Swallow. Margaret M. Thomas. 213 N. W. 15th' purposes ,For expert oil burner
I th first publication of this Notice. Each
;,, i claim. or__demand must be In writing 1 ble; and Kimberly K. Haley. :1620 SW Archer Road_ driving on wrong Terr.. Repair dwelling $450. clubs. Most of them will get Season tickets for he me NOW! 3 SMASH HITS
side of street $10. H. W. Voles 1021 N.W. 23rd Blvd., Repair OPEN <:IJ SHOW 7W
and Biuit state the residence call
./i or post office address place of the or claimant COURT OF RECORD Michael R. Smith 1245 SW 1st St.. dwelling' $300.J. their activities underway next games are still on sale with SEE 2 HITS LATE AS 8.59 repairs, us soon

and must be sworn to by the claimant CivH Dispositions nor.careless Keystnne driving Heights.$25. Stephen speeding T.$10.O'Con-Alberto W. Caines 303 N. E. 2nd Ave., Re- week. proceeds given to the Sports FIRST ARIA RUN .
Judge Ira Carter. Presiding pair dwelling $200. ,
t become. his void agent according or his attorney to law. cr it will Sudden Service: Oil Company v. Rich speeding D.. $10.Molina.Charles.,1230 E.NW Leonard 4th Place. 511NW Mrs. C. K. Crosby 1030 N. E. 9th St. First PTA meeting was held and Band Boosters Club. Ware 8:50, at FR 68866You'll
DATED this 31st of Ausnt A.D. ard A. and Mrs. Angela Cox 402 N. W. Repair dwelling. $369. ,
day ,
14th Ave. Illegal turn $10. entitled "
evening "
164.. 13th Ave.. 132.11; plus costs IS. Mack A. Jones. 1525 SE 4th Ave. Jack May 427 S. E. 8th Street Raise Tuesday hoping to, pay the balance ::
Is) O. G. KOHN. Sudden Service Oil Co. v. Willie Land careless driving $25. Sanna S. Hough DweUfig $200. Role of the PTA at P. K.Yonge" due on band uniforms this : \i : I
(Seal Mrs. Mary Dudley. 1003 N. E. 23rd 220 SW 5th Ave. ran red light $10. W. W. James, 914 N. W. 13th Ave. Repair year. l t=i T' save trouble. .
Administrator of the Estate St.. tS1.28 plus costs, $S. Barbara J. Henderson 602 SE 21st St.. Dwelling. $200. Under the leadershipof UNDERTOW .Careful, ,
of Mary C. Kohn. Deceased Floyd Barton d b-a Barton's Groceryv. careless driving $50. Sandy L. Ezell. Gene Smith 1 N. W. 10th Ave.. Re- Dr. Robert Curran "
\ FAGAN. CROUCH & ANDERSON Robert Fields. Archer Rd.. U492; plus 11. NE 24th St. reckless driving. $25 model Business $11,000. chemistry students, "Big Broth- mf1:1 money, too.

212 Gainesville.Southeast Florida First Street COSts $4.James. H. Souther I and v. Rufus E. Hal- Thelma red light V.$10.Brown. 612 SE 21st St., ran Repair Alberta Dwelling Hughes$100., 818 N. W. 3rd Ave. dent, and Bernard Murphy, program er" is watching you. .a closed -

Attorneys for Administrator be. 531 SE 2nd Place $1729; plus cost ... Thomas F. Barker Jr., 2809 NE 10th Tommy Ridgell 1216 S, E. 13th St. interesting and varied circuit television was in- We
(3597) 9.7 14, 21. 28 James H. Southerland v. Jrt.n O. St.. failure to yield right of way $SO. Construct Dwelling $13,000. are planned for stalled can also solve
reene. Old Town. $9606; plus costs ... .anard W. Jackson 717 NW 5th Ave. Marriage Licenses programs this summer. .Senior
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER Leon Robbins, Alex Robbins and Rob- 'Improper lane change, $25. Michael E. Haymon Williams Jr.. 37 Gainesville Core studying Communism and
f L .' THE. PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER ert Robbins v. Sonny Buoncervello Miami lark, 1834 NE Ills St., disobeyed stop and Cotivous Miles 25, Gainesville. your fuel oil needs
21. SECTION II OF THE CODE OF THE $23.48; plus costs $4. sIgn, $10.Lois Lee Ray Brown, 20. Archer and Lillle already heard groaning overa it'InMr
CITY OF GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. George R. Grady d'b-a Grady Finance C. Yates. 3455 NW 8th Ave.. Mae White 21. Gainesville. Bell School .
,. THE FOLLOWING ABANDONED ARTI. v. Joseph David Foster Ft. White. $600; speeding. $10. MarJorie M. Winsor. 2140 James Mashburn Pritchard Jr.. All hard test .some of the Juniors IAIEI with high i quality
CLES WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE. plus costs $10. NW 23rd Blvd. careless driving $25. Jacksonville and Rosemary Timberlake and Seniors
.-. AND SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BID George R. Grady d,b-a Grady Finance Margie D. Williams 1126 NW 7th Ave.. 30. Gainesville. Sets .Up 'New were seen pull [ ,
DER. FOR CASH. AT 12:00 NOON. THE v. Mrs. Mary Smith, High Springs. $300; disobeyed stop sign. $50. Clarence Thomas Eugene Ceasar Tillman. 31 West Palm ing the Anchor out of the creek .;:';Y Phillips 66 products.THOMAS .
TWENTY-NINTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER.A.D. plus costs $4. Rt. 2. careless driving $25. Ronald Beach. and Vivian Beatrice Vereen 31. newest {
.. 1944. AT THE CITY POLICE DE George R. Grady d-b-s Grady FinanceCo. L. Sullivan, 2321 SE 12th St., followingtoo Ocala.. Ward SystemBell's ;.wonder how: it got there?, 'hJtI... i A ;:flS
p PARTMENT. 721 NORTHWEST SIXTH .. v. Joseph W. Welch. 304 SW 7th close. S25. Frazee King 23 Ft. Wh-t. and Katie Don't forget the next game ';
STREET. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA. T err.. SIt Oi; plus costs: $4. Charles E. Stephenson. 1631 NE ..thAve. Florence Smith, 21. Ft. Whl <=)
BICYCLES: George R. Grady d,b-a Grady: FinanceCo. careless driving, $25. Mary Jhrout. .' Leroy Murray, 20, New 'l"*, and Ned- Community Day Nursery Friday at Fernandina Beach SHoWN FIRST AT 7:00
t 1. Girl's Stormey-Archer serial K 488419 .. v. George L. Perry and Jesse Hall. 2414 SE 12th Ter. ran red light. rl Yvonne Johnson 20, Gainesvidt.? CONSTANCE TOWERS @)
2. Boy's. Columbia serial I L 31030 High Springs. $125; plus costs IS $10. Lonnie Session Jr. 1610 NE 3rd recently accepted as a :well, that's all for now.l hopeto
3.-Boy's, J. C. Higgins. serial 635348 George R. Grady d-b-a Grady Finance !Ave.. failure to yield right of way $25. at the THE NAKED KISS
a 4. Boy's Dunelt. serial 2061DR Co. v. Ella S. Daniels. 916 NE TIlls St.. ,Carl S. Rose. Archer. illegal turn. S25.i United Fund Agency in 1965 see you same spot'nextweek.
5. Girl's serial F271254 i Thelma M. L. Sanchez, Newberry. following Earmark Fund OIL
no name. $84.10; plus costs $120. has of organized -
.. Boys Western flyer. serial 320S9NC too close.' $25. Sandra S. O'Day. adopted ,a program 3RD HIT AT 10:30F.
7. Boy's no name. serial 11479 705 biEMl': Place, ran red light, m:1: care for its tiny wards. Sinatra S L; Harvey
t:Boy's;the Londoner. serial Sl'l Rt. 4, ran red light, COMPANYAdmission
,. Boys J. C. Higgins. serial SC34380 AGENDA 'Wemort A. Lee Live Oak driving on For Cleo Havoc Charles Chestnut III, newly MANCHURAIN.CANDIDATE
Columbia serial C244W7 Board ef Adiustment wrong side of road, $10. Richard N. WI-
To: Boys .
I' elected has'announc OverTHRU
president -
a 11. Boy's, Phillips serial N59497012.BoY's. Utilities Operations Center san, 305 NE 6th St.. careless driving.
0 Schwinn. serial E9137* 555 Southeast 5th Avenue $25. ed that ,the, project aimed to ---
serial B1MS17 Thursday October 1.1M4-t-M P.M. Sente"cest Ernest Caldwell 817 NE 25th ( ), ,The
: ,,14.13. Boys Boys Schwinn Goodyear.serial A028417 1. A request by Edward Rebel to construct St.. no state driver's license S days and Florida Board of Parks has set help working, parents in lower TUES. '
a sign with a variance to increase $25 or 30 days; faulty brakes $5 or 2
.. 16.15. Boys Boy's.,Schwinn Royce Union serial serial A030177 1M48S the permitted area of the sign days. Joe Duson. Romeo Fla. no stateriver's aside $50,000 to repair park facilities income brackets has been 1 3 5 7 9 1.00
from 168 feet 10 days; driving
square to 648 license $20 or
17. Boyss-Sports Model. serial 4449VH feet. Section 22-A-38 of the GainesvIlle square while Intoxicated. $150 or 60 days and damaged by hurricanes approved for licensing by the I 'I

.. 1 19.$. Boys Boys, Phillie Dunelt serial serial 145SO 14389NBC Code of Ordinances on West University river's privilege suspended three months. Cleo and Dora. Child Care Board and the I! NO PASSES
Avenue at what Is cal ed the Harry Green Jr.. 512 NW 14th Place., FROM POLLY ADLER'SBLUSHING
a AUTOMOBILES). 1951 Pontlac 4 dr. ID P8WHS914J : Carolyn Shopping Center in a BU disorderly Harvey conduct.512 NW$25 or 6th 10 St.days.driving Waier At a meeting here Sunday, Health Department. Health US 441 1 2 Miiet Nertk el U

.. 1950 Plymouth dr. Motor P23547129. 2. A zone.request by the McKinley Construe while license suspended. 10 days and $35 the board earmarked $26,100 for records and innoculations normally BEST
1S5A5444 tion Company to construct a garage or 10 days. Ishman Perry. 188 NE 16th required of school children 'THE N0.1 ATTRACTION OF ALL TIME
: 1 ji5iOdge 2 dr. Motor KDS 274 770. with an interior side yard variance Ave.. no state driver's license. 5 days Hugh Taylor Birch Park at Fort, SELLER-THE HOUSE

1015296311g.iapIymouth4dr.MotoPl$5036 from TV* feet to S ,feet. 4 Inches. and $25 or 30 days; falling careless to report arts Lauderdale, and the following.S are mandatory. AT SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES!
accident $25 or 10 days
Section 29-35 of the Gainesville Codeof ,
Motor Donations from the communty THAT 'JACK'BUILT
station wagon. .
5. 1955 Plymouth Ordinances at 324 N. W. 24th Ing $15 or 10 days.Ernest other amounts:
P27237650. ID 22228379 Sache 12 NW 3rd St.. drunk. the at 528 NW
Street In an R.1B zone. keep
Motor 554648. 707 Clinch State Park
4. 19M Oldsmobile 4 dr. (3630) 9-21 $30 or 10 days. Wallace Williams Fort near
.S SS7AI1916 SE 9th St. drunk. $30 or 10 days. Harry 7th Ter., in operation. These
Motor P20-J1272.' ID Wahl P.O. Box 210 drunk. $45 Fernandina Beach, $3,220. I
Sedln. Jr. :
Dodge 1'1WII11;
7. $1074 1949 NOTICE TO CREDITORS or 15 days. Stephen I. Levine. 1062 NE Little Talbot Island State.. funds: include aid from the SHELLEY }: '
2 dr. Motor SSSL128701M FLORIDA STATUTESIN 4th Ave. speeding $10 or 3 days. and other -I WINTERS
United Church L4O'ATrA
: .f WILLIAM D. JOINER THE COURT OF THE COUNTY David A. Barnes. Starke. driving while Park, $1,930.South AS POLLY IS NOT AHOME

Chief Of Police IN JUDGE.PROBATE.In ALACHUA. COUNTY. FLORIDA three intoxicated months., driver's Carolyn license E. Jones.suspended 1221 SW I Little Talbot Island I church and fraternal organi :11. "f. '

(]629) ':%1. ZI ._ re: Esate of 4th Ave.. careless driving $10 or 3 days. State Park, $11,500.Aanastasia zations. .COLOnBYDgLUX

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR ESSIE Deceased.M. McCULLOUGH Zalmon speeding M.$10 Newmark.or S days.1525 Mary NE 14th E. Anderson. St. I. State Park neai. A sliding scale is used to determine : SCHEDULED PERFORMANCES AT 8:00
COUNTY FLORID. IN 2015 NW 12th Road careless S the fee each : : '
ALACHUA To All Creditors and Persons Having paid by BOXOFFICE OPENS AT 6,30
No. 12049 DIVISION driving. $10 or 3 days; no state driver'slicense. SL Augustine, $560.
CHANCERY Claims or Demands Against Said Estate:
BANK $20 IS days. with children in the nunsS -
or .
SAVINGS parent
NORTH You and each of you are hereby not John R. Dowel 318 E. University Ave;' Other parks received smaHei S
a corporation. tied and required to present any claims llegal turn $7.50 or 3 days. Jimmy A. ery. The scale is based on income
Plaintiff. and aemands which you. or either e* you. amounts. ,
St S10 3
Jordan, 3026 NW 13th or
-VI- may have against the estate of ESSIE Federman. 2307 from community dona
days suspended.
LEON E. TERRELL .and and TROY J. M. McCULLOUGH. deceased. late of said SW 16th Place failure to yield right of tions. LOOKWHAT'SGOINGON! IN GAINESVILLE !
A. TERRELL, his BREEDLOVE. County. to the County Judge of Alachua way. $15 or 5 days. Roslyn M. Mintz.
BREEDLOVE and JOAM County. Florida! at his office In the court 122 NW 25th St. failure to yield rightof FSU Register
his wife. house of said County at Gainesville$ Flor way. $15 or 3 days. .
I Defendant' Ida. within six calendar months fim the William B. Delaporte. Murphree F.. rI FLORIDA STATE
NOTICE OF SUIT time of the first publication of this ".
notice. minor in possession of alcholic bever- TALLAHASSEE (AP) Florida .'
THE STATE OF FLORIDATO Each claim or demand nall be in ages. $25 or 10 days suspended. Don : THEATRE'S I
: TROY J. BREEDLOVE antf writing and shall state the place of residence West. 231 SE 2nd St.. trespassing. S10 State University has reported !
JOAM BREEOLOVE. his wile and post office address of the or 3 days. Nancy J. Van Zile 622 NE ; ::5 :
claimant and shall be sworn to by the 2nd St.. blocking traffic:, $5 or 2 days. a fall registration of 12,13
claimant. his agent. his attorney and Thomas F. Williams. 1117 NW 30th students, a gain of almost 1.i)XX()() .
any such claim or demand not so filed Ave., trespassing $10 or 3 days. Ar. _
shall be void. thur E. Middieton Micanopy sale e' from last falL Men outnumbe'
DORIS M. DRIGGERS whisky without a license. $100 er 60 :
MMfSfefAUchoTCounty. As administratrix of the Estate of days. Dorathea Brockington. 761 NE 15th women 6,503 to 5,634. !
ESSIE M. McCULLOUGH. deceased Ter. sale of whisky without a license.
Clayton. Arnow. Duncan d Johnston $150 or 60 da/s. James W. Opp. 50
Attorneys for Petitioner SW 28th $t.. careless driving $20 or : SEE: IT TODAY! ;
(3596) 9:7.14. 21. 2* 10 days. ........
Decree W. Faiss. Poughkeepsie N. Y. .Se .
do. a ImRudy c'
If you fall 10 to agolftt yW for the NOTICE TO CREDITORS turn. $5 or 2 days. Calvin Wil- ... "
tesse will be entered In the C0Pfemt. This I FLORIDA STATUTES liams. 10C7 NE 24th Ter. Illegal turn. a. ........., .
relief ctemlnded mortg 98. TIle !. ttte Court ef the Cawrty JMae $7.50 or 3 days driving while license
suit Is to tonCloM a against Is; I Alachua Caunty FtorM la Prtbate.U revoked, $20 or 10 days. Mac C Mc w. t

real Lot ptoperty Four (.)proceeded of HMdH Heights. IS Plat per i'SAM re MICHAELS Estate af Millers$15 or 3 706 days.Ferfertires SE 4th Ave.. ran red light t Get in lisa for laughs **John McGrver Ifs charted with excrtenwrt In th* A state |*si itlature I*the setting for

,eplat ttlereof IS 52 recorded of the pubic In rec- a-k-a Samuel Michaels. Deceased. : Albert J. Lee. LaCrosse. See. --w'" masterminds tM zany eompbint crew first degree!See Raymond Burr ttar wtoni drama when Richard Cr nat _
Florida. Fla, disobeyed stop sign $5. Stephen .. Krockmey Department Storal tar.MarWnajro B,potticll 1NcIer.
StSLSLr\with all structures and fcnT09erL. Ta All Creditors and Perse baying. L. Anderson 1750 SW Williston RoeS ease..a .... I
Against Said Estate speeding. SIS. --
provements now and hereafter on said Claims er Demands Net guilty; Michael E. Hiltey. 930 E. 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 -

land. end fixtures Itearn. attached electric thereto wlter. Tau:, aim__ e_:._......... .IN.. _FW. .vlv._ ....VIWT.. ..*.".l...J University Ave.. careless driving. ALSO IN OCALA f 4n '
also all 01. ating, cookina. refrig- fled and required to present any claims ,
end other which you. er either of
plumbing venttutnd and demands CK &
eratl9' liOhtIflO'and system you may have against the estate' of .
power MASON

machines.o irrlglting.Ipplllnces.% wl\1cft now fixtures Ire or, may andappurtelt.aAce Sam County Michaels to the deceased County Judge late of of Hid AJchua ..1 ( rr11 in ( Cj f( (J"": '1 ( ( ( ii I '___ .1 7TON1GHt PERRY SITONIGIfI

or be used ,with.In. County. Florida. at his cfttcethe In 0 FveGotaSecretJUigGriJfakSktw
llerUfter pertain .,.,. though courthouse of said County at GatnevDle ... : 4
or be< They hand end the seal of this months from the time of the first publication :
WITNESS my Florid this SIlls ef this notice. Each claim or .
Court at GIIflsVIlis 1'- demand shall be In writing. Mid shell I DINING 'j feJOTOfftCKT SITOMW4T
A.D. ;
day of AugUSt 8. CARMICHA Clerk state the place of residence and post I t,
,.1. office address of the claiman, and sha --IUCY SHOW
By Emily be sworn to by the claimant his agent. : S
Clerk -_
2 Deputy his attorney. and any such claim or DANCING : '
(Court Sell) demand not so filed shall be void. ; MAMV HAPPY RCTUNHSSLATTERY'S
Complaint 1 30 TONIGHT
(A coPY of the tjtrjnb .. :
attached to the copy of -S-BETTY Executrix MICHAELSAs of the last Wand Inn : ... WJ3CT
Js malted to each defeviant I o rwhom University COCKTAILS ., : PEOPLE
which Testament of Sam Mlchae
.... more spectflc: than S JACKSONVILLE
in tto4 lwont.temeAt deceased :1 ITO S S I
was olveft : f.
.t.t.. filed herein by the plaintiff.s First publication August 31." 1964. :
attorney.) TO: JAMES R. PIERCE a_ .
M aflent or (3580) 8:3U 9:7 14." 21 -
(33fl) 1:31 1:7. 14"" 21

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6o9s6? WJKc LMN6 ON'*JUR BACK. : ., .,., .._ .. _-
What's your problem For a general r'

.n .Cleric's Corner reply, write to Abby Box 3365. r,. ..
Beverly Hills. Calif.. 90212. aria C K 1 I'

: Y include a elf-addressed stamped enL W I II j j.c

Abigail Van Buren velope. Abby answers all mail. =.c JI n \.
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DEAR ABBY: t don't know the circumstances which rather than love. MINISTER TURNED LAWYER A }& 'FR1EN0'AREA80UT7aMFFT10 -
prompted the clergyman to ask the girl who was planningto MiLLIOiI DOLLARS EKCAPEX 1 v f&nTftBRRRU ; a
be married if she were pregnant, but I have always found DEAR ABBY: Come on, now. I've read your column AsworrcR> ro FurA-y e. .
that there are two sides to every question.I faithfully and with admiration and interest, but that letter 1RAGMENTS!! ME? ii' (t :0 R

have personally married about 11,000 couples, and hun from the mother who was "disgusted" because the clergymanasked

dreds: of those couples have asked me to back-date the her bride-to-be daughter if she were pregnant behoovesme 1b <
marriage license from one to five months. I kept an ac to put in my nickel's worth.I 9,21

curate record, and in one year out of the 556 couplesI live in a small town, but I'd say that one bride in

married, 354 asked that their wedding certificates be four has covered a pregnancy of from two to four months
falsely dated. I rather imagine my experience is characteristic with a bridal gown and white flowing veil. Check with

of most preachers and if I were you, I don't believe any clergyman and you will understand why he could ask 0

I would have cast this particular minister into "outer such a question. It is embarrassing for them to have to ...... ..
darkness" so quickly, without having heard HIS side of baptize all those "premature" babies so soon after the wed x

the story. A KENTUCKY CLERGYMAN ding. "D"

DEAR ABBY: I was a practicing minister for a decade DEAR ABBY: Here's the situation: The girl is 24, and the
but now I am a lawyer. I can understand why a clergyman man is 27. They went steady for two years and have been IT RECKON Q 0 .
would ask a girl if she were pregnant before he undertookto engaged for the last three years. They are always arguingand == !! rr IS"I GO 0 0 e .

perform the marriage ceremony. A marriage is a covenant he has even hit her a couple of times, but they always SHORE !IS CHILLY FIRE A LEETLE o -

freely assented to by two parties, and when the vows are make up. He criticizes the way she wears her hair, the way THISMORNIN'AINT -

not exchanged in freedom, the marriage is illegal accordingto she puts on her make-up, how she dresses and spends her II-I PAW?IT CT: ; I ;., .. ,.r_
the law and invalid also as a religious sacrament.If money. He has all kinds of excuses for not getting married. 00 J. -t: ....

the girl is pregnant, there can possibly be coercion on They both have good jobs and lots of other couples have madeit ,

the part of the girl, her family, or even on the part of on less. What can be done about a relationship that seemsto .

the groom. If the couple are being "forced" into marriage be going nowhere? THE GIRL .. .

because a baby is on the way and they feel that marriageis DEAR GIRL: I think the faster this relationship gets 'no- .
the only solution to the problem, the marriage couldbe where," the better off yau both will be. Lovers who fight '

considered a "forced" one and, hence, illegal. constantly during courtship usually battle forever after if z .
It is better that a child be born out of wedlock in they marry. Throw In the towel before he wins by a technical 00 ... _
some cases than for two persons to marry out of compulsion knock-out.

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"The Green Years. ((1946)) Consequences
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The CarnivalWASHINGTON A. ,. ,

II' "' ;f f ""'" W SA2S5 AMP WEJ GUY 1N CAMP TOU G
One of the :had in mind at all, but they and souvenirs, and as the Our son kept giving out free NM OW/ ,

main driving forces of children .were told that they either raise bearded lady, we were pressedinto refreshments to his friends J I
in the United States seems to the money for charity 0:' they service. while overcharging his sisters' f % y

be I greed. The desire to make.couldn't have the carnival the friends. k
canival had
Publicity on
money appears to surpass: all It was decided the receipts i been excellent and kids poured The bearded lady was a flopas !t # .

other' drives. R e a lining this, would go to the Kennedy Me- I in from all over the neighbor- an act because our youngest: t J JL .

many charitable organizationshave morial Library. Our wife spent hood. Making change seemed to daughter kept calling her "Dad' : y

harnessed this drive for the rest of the week shoppingfor be. the biggest problem. Eitherour dy," and many of the customers -I ,.:u :
the good of mankind. The Mul-- demanded their
the carnival and by SAtur- children were purposelyshort money .a "
Sclerosis Foundation sends -
tiple day morning we had booths all changing all their friendsor back.
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children how
kits to
out telling
over the lawn. The fortunetelling the other children weren't But the penny pitching game JI I
The Me- .
raise money. Kennedy booth was manned by Vic- quite sure how much c h a nge probably caused the most dis- _

.morial Library encourages ben- ky the cook, who tor two cents they were supposed to get back. tress. So prizes had to be giv- _
UNICEF sends
efits, and out WEANWHnJE.3DPSEPWKB? P10VE5ewcy
would predict what the future All disputes were settled in fa- en to those who thought they Ie ;; HOME-. TD'S PATTt'S tNHBi z aSOOVr 1t1u1
hundreds of thousands .of children held for any minor, and for an vor of the Kennedy Memorial had been cheated, which was ::: YET MOTHINQ TOTKE WRONG.t i0. CAR,?JACiE HAP LEFT X lR MOTHER AU3N6.
es; for its fund. extra cent would even tell him Library. practically everyone.In w [.YOU CANT HOLD ME 7' M7 THAT ME AN9 RANIQEmWBE PROTECT-KXKSELF A6AIN5T 'STAY MM1T1) 1i:
how he would do in school. I B W UP 6AW' 3WEON KENO'S ..
Last Saturday our three children Thanks to the short-c. ":tging, spite of these setbacks the THUG5 BCT NOT TO '
decided to hold a carnival Our nine year-old daughter -'some of the children ran out of carnival turned out fine. =:

on our lawn. Their origin a I devised a penny pitchingcon money early in the game, and The children were terribly <

.plan was to raise money to buy game. If you pitched a pen- were permitted to participate in impressed when we totalled up =. .
candy,gum, and ice cream for ny into a bowl of water from 10. the events free of charge. This the receipts and discovered we .ct
themselves, and while it sounded feet away, you got the coin back caused a great deal of friction had raised $9.27 for the Kennedy It I Kt

like a worthy cause, their ,again. i with those who still had mon- Memorial Library. Wht we t

mother put her foot down. They Our son grabbed the refreshment ey left didn't tell them was that it cost .h

could hold the carnival only if stand and our other i Our wife, who is not too good us $33.50 to do it g \

'the noney went for charity. daughter ran a water pistol' at running benefits, kept handing Now we know what they mean

The three promoters protest. booth. Our wife was in rl-arge) out free souvenirs to.any when. they say charity begins at k

ed that this wasn't what they of the gate (5 cents admittance)I one who was crying. home. t ___I / /r _


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Monday,. September 21, 1964 Gainesville Sun 15

Hiezuela ,-' "._, ..::_ ,.. CLASSIFICATIONINDEX ...., 'to ..,. -

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I 1 Card of Thank .ft M ACROSS t C Y W t T R E E o :

> Gaulle ; 4 3 Lost & Found 3 ,,1r 1.Away 29.Affirmative E 0 B I D F E i 1 _..

'!:{... 4 Personalized Services 4.Fish hook 30. Geraint's I g S E N R A T N 0 -
5 Travel Information .. beloved -
NOWC'j Open
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CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) Special Notices 1 1l 1v hostility 31.Myself

A*. big welcome and a strong 7 Florists 11.Female 32.Tangled ELM BOG S E G O 4 -- ..

Security guard await President I Baby Sitters, Child Cart l G ruff 34. Change D 0 B O X S T R A P _.
Places To
Go And
Charles de Gaulle today in Things To SeaAUTOMOTIVE 12. Indigo 37.Arctic MAY 5 0 Y T O ... _

Venezuela the start of his 27- plant 38.tree Candlenut EGOS HOD P 1 tt ."

day Latin: American goodwill IS 13. King topper 39.Steadfast TANAGER LAVA
U. Foolhard1- ......
tour. ..-..... .. '76 Airplane Sales-Rentals w yf nest 42.Twilled A B A L O N E it. E X .- _

The nation, wealthiest:.among 71 7t Trucks Trucks for Wanted Sale WORTHWHILE 16.ArmyoJ cloth (Solution To Sunday's Puzzle) _
.' : fleer abbr. 43.Norse god
the 10 he is to visit, readied a 10 Tractors & Truck Rentals
17.Astringent 44. hill Rom'anrelish .
71t 4.
booming 21-gun, salute and a I M Trailer Rentals it Maple
: \ 18. Drove 45.Emmet for fish .
dazzling military display for the : M Motorcycles t Scooters genes J-
19. Chlbchtn 46.Carton
10.Sunder ...
" U Automobile
Repairs 5.Enliven
' 73-year-old chief of state. THE 1! 1, 6 Indian 47. Swine '
Strict security-measures: were U Si Automobiles Swap Cars for Sale 21. Exist 6 suitable.Makes 15.IS.Thatmaa19. Yale mm 1 1 -.-

ordered for De Gaulle's ride I 17 Autos WantedEDUCATIONAL 22.Ballads DOWN .Intimidate -

Ij Plaything' 1. Crumb 7.Insect 20.Turk __
with PrestdentRauILeozI from j ,
25.Gums 2.Gratuity 8. Carry oa chamber _..

the airport to downtown .Caracas j 11 Schools It Instruction 28.Had being Women warPar 21.Near .

bedecked with flags and It Music. Dancing 24.Diffusion of

bunting. -- 20 Wanted-Instruction 1 r< 1 l 4- .t c r I u fluid through
Officialslfear: there may be j EMPLOYMENT membranes --

attempts on De,Gaulle's life by 11 Female Help Wanted READINGIN II IL IJ 25.De

exiled members of the French 12 Male Help Wanted If S rc 26. Be situated '_
Secret Army Organization livingin 11: Help-Male or Female 29.Bib. t ...

South: "America. Terrorist 14 Sales Help Wanted 937 '// '// 17 : I noun pro.

16 Work Wanted Female
attacks acfc also frequently II II SO.And
17 Work Wanted Male I'l"II 'l./ / / .
made in Venezuela;by the pro- TO awLAWkL& W: r, '. others: Lit ..

Castro Armed Force for National FARMS LIVESTOCK II 'l/ Elt > '/ :2f 2t 27 31. Exclamation .w.

2( Farm Equipment /
Liberation- FALN. 27 Feed t Fertilizer This kitten picture can be placed IT 19if / 3 d 33. Single-

During ills: 30-hour visit to 21 Uvestock J. Supplies In any room for all the family will v/: 'lh handed.i t-

enjoy It.Worked. / JJ 3433 .. .
Caracas DrGaulle will address 2f Landscaping Top Soil 34. Sp.length w

Congress i nd confer with Presi- 30 Pets 1 Supplies mainly In outline single measure35.Ytxily ,
JS J6 .
stitch and lazy daisy, this pictureIs 31 rV I
dent Leo i; who is expected to 31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL quickly embroidered. Pattern 937: .,..-
GET ;; ; :
sound out the French leader on '. THE transfer of picture 16 x If inches. .sa 36.37.Shepherd's Engrossed -

Thirty-five cents In coins for this
advantages _LatinAmericancommon M Business Opportunities pattern add 15 cents for each 4& :;.. 43 / 44 crooks

market.:: Leoni topes to 51 Money to Loan pattern for 1st-class: mailing and V/: 39. Mythical ..
special handling. Send to Laura
attract more French investmentto 51 Mortgages Wheeler Gainesville Sun, Needle- 4S1 I'" I t .., lblrt

5! Money Wanted craft Dept., P. O. Box 161 Old ->
his country and would also Chelsea Station New York 11, N.Y. time 24 min 9/21 ..
? 41.n 1
welcome more French technicians -
to train labor. THAT 61 Wanted to Buy SUN NAME ADDRESS and ZONE.

42 Machinery t Tools NEW FOR 19651! 200 designs -
De Gaulle and his wife left
a3 Building Materials more fashions to knit, crochet than 12 Malt Help WantedMAN
everl Plus 3 FREE patterns, em-
Paris for the
Sunday longest i4 Household Goods broidery, dolls' clothes. Send 25 Cts.

stay abroad of any French chiefof 65 Antiques for new Needlecraft Catalog. milk wanted route. for Must local be' wholesale married, Attention Mobile Home Owners!

state since the days of Napo- 66 Misc. For Salt VALUE 16 COMPLETE QUILT bondable, previous experience, age
a7 Trading Post PATTERNS in deluxe new Quilt 21-35 and high school graduate END HURRICANE FLOOD WATER WORRIES
leon I. He spent the night at -
WANT Book. For beginners, experts. Send preferred. Apply 204 S. W. 5th
Pointe-a-Pitre, capital i ofFrance' BETTER 50 cents nowl
Boats Marine Equip.
70 -
Guadeloupe Island in HELP WANTED
I 71 Camp Hunt Fish 11 FEMALE SERVJCE CALLS $5
the Caribbean. 72 Office Equipment
Heating Air Conditioning
in homeas
AAATURE woman live
Some concern has burl exf 73 Musical Merchandise family member, ass i s ting & Refrigeration Service IMPROVED BEACH AND FUN AREA.
working mother with care of chil- Contractor 25 Minutes from Gainesville. Other high and
pressed that the trip may prove REAL ESTATE FOR SALE dren, 10 and 5 years. Week-ends Any make or model window
off salary. Phone GR 5-4174 after units and household appli dry lots just 15 minutes distance.
too much for the president, who 32 Mobile Homes for Sale ADS 6 P.M.YOUR. ances. Also we clean heaters.
underwent a prostate operation 33 Lots for Sale Phone FR 2.5002 PHONE JOHN C. BIRD

six months ago. He will deliver CARli! 34 Waterfront Property "ROAD TO KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
33 Houses for Sale
50 speeches and travel more SUCCESS"Do
ai 34 Cottages for Sale FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY 473-4709 Very Generous Terms
than 20,000 miles before return- / : 37 Real Estate Exchanged

ing to Paris Oct. 16. 38 Real Estate Wanted you hove an AVON -------- -- - -- -

After Venezuela, De Gaulle 39 Out of Town Property Representative calling on For top quality workmanshipcall
0 Too Lota regularly? If you don'tperhaps
40 Business Properties ClassifyNICE you
will to Colombia Ecuador
go it is an open territory (- 372.61.UGAINESVILLE

Bolivia, Peru, Chile, Argentina, IN 41 Residential Income ROOMS, close in, central which could offer you LOST
42 Farms fc Acreage heat, off street parking. Refrig.
Paraguay, Uruguay and Brazil. 43 Colored Property Sales available. 531 SE 2nd PI. Phone an excellent earning op UPHOLSTERY w.
1501 N.W. 13th St.
14 The long-planned tour i* another 3722582. portunity. Start now tor Free Estimates-Pick up and
Christmas profits. No
move by De Gaulle to RENTALS WANTED to rent or buy and take big delivery.
43-1 Colored Property Rentals over payments. 3 or 4 BR 2 bath experience necessary. Part DARK RED MALE
restore to his nation influence 44 Cottages for Rent house preferably NE section. Cad time. Write AVON, P. O. ,

lost in the two world wars. His 45 Furnished Apt. 37<-2109. Box 448 Gainesville, Flori- FREE ESTIMATES on

r.i chief aim Is to strengthen good 44 Unfurnished Apt. Announcements da or call FR 20421. FURNACES end Quality COCKER SPANIEL -
J' relations with Latin America, 47 Houses for Rent Furn. SECRETARY Knowledge of-bookkeeping BOOKKEEPER essen- Central AirConditioners

a Houses for Rent Unfurn. tial. Must and take S. H.
which may lead to long-range type
4* Rooms for Rent 3 LOST & FOUND Salary S4.000. Apply In person to
French aid. Mobile Homes Mrs. Hinton, Gainesville Florida Weak from illness. No collar. If found
I BOSTON Bull I Terrier, answers to Federal Campus Credit Un-
51 Miss Rentals the name Mickey. Tag no. 271. ion Bldg "J", U of F. dead alive please call
51A Wanted To Rent -*, Brindle color, lost around NE WANTED woman for repair work, by or
ConservativeParty. 52 Boarders Wanted section. Reward. Call 2-239S or minor alterations. See Mr. Welch.No .
during day FR 4-7171. phone calls. 441 SE 2nd St., Best In equipment using Internally
CENTRAL 53 Office Desk Spaces Stock's Dry Cleaners.HOUSEKEEPER Insulated ducts designed -
LOST during hurricane two yr. old ,
engineered and Installed
GainsIn / Business Rentals male Weimaraner, gray coat (white preferred) FR 6-5492 or .
yellow eyes, 80 pounds. North of and child care to live In or out. byAM. .
SERVICE Newnan' Lake. Ans. to Pow. Transportation" needed tf aut. AMERICAN HEATING
I Reward. Phone FR 2-1052. Phone 374-8022 between 3 .. 7PM. AIR CONDITIONING CO. FR 6-7921 "L
BritainLONDON 22 Special Services LOST brown & whit Basset or apply at 306 NE 44th St. PH. 376-8258

23 Home Improvements hound near Lake Susan. Answersto CASHIERS & FOUNTAIN 130 NE 23rd Blvd.
name Ruffie. Loves children. 24 Hour Service
24 Radio It TV Service Bradley, Rt. 1, Box 261 Haw. GIRLS .
(AP) Less than a thorne SNACK BAR
25 Appliance I FurnitureWANTAD
s year ago Britain's ruling Conservative FLORIDA'S Age 25-40 night shift 3 P.M. to 12
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE midnight meals Si uniforms fur-
i party was in disarray, RATESPH. nished. Contact Mr. George Summers
CeARN IO DRIVE dpeciai a I- main cafeteria. U of Fla.
r its leader.on'' a hospital bed, his tention to nervous or elderly.
. chief aides ,vying for his post 372-8441 Easy Way Driving School. FR Permanent resident double en-
J-7002. Lie. bv State of Fla.
and the party's popularity lagging for try bookkeeping and posting ma-
KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON chine experience helpful. Include
t well behind that of the Beauty on a BudgetAll full details in letter Reply to Box
. Classified OnlyDEADLINES work guaranteed 587A Gainesville Sun
Labor party. LARGEST Perm. $5 up Sham-set $1.50 up
14 E. Univ. Ave. 3727724 12 Male Help Wanted HAVE
Today public opinion polls Open nights by appt. JUlD

Indicate, the Conservatives have AUTO MACHINIST wanted with experience -
Tues. thru Fri. 6 SPECIAL NOTICES
papers -
contact Mr. Yates at FUN
drawn level with the Laborites.
5.30 p.m. Day before publIcation 3723511. .

A general 'election. is only 24 2:00 COWPONY p.m.. Sept.CUTUPSAt 27th. Taylor T.V. Tech. experienced only hi 11
days away. For ads to go In Sun. paper- Ranch 4 ml. NW of Williston on time and part time only. Honest
12:00 a.m. Sat. Rt. 27-Alt. Bring your horses, and dependable. Phone 374-4587. THIS WEEK'S IS ON
r What .has happened to raise events for all or come watch the SPOTLIGHT
For ads to In Mon. BARBER WANTEDFR.
MARKETPLACE go paper- fun.
I the Conservative fortunes in the 1pm. Sat.Minimum.
11 months since Sir Alec ( ad 4 lines) LOSE WEIGHT safely with new 29976.
; Oex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 9t cents. MECHANIC WANTED. Sly days CUE STICK

las-Home.was named to succeed 3 PER WEEK.. Canova Drug good working conditions. Barkley N. Main St.fir" .
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan FAMILY RATES Company.a Motors. 2201 N. Main St. 3
According to Webster's Dictionary billiards is defined

? 1 Insertion ...,...... We line Baby Sitters. Child Car ROUTE company.salesman Must be for bondable soft drink age 4e'. as: "any of several games played on an oblong

Reasonstadvahced by British 3 Insertions .......... 22c line TINY TOT 25-38 Phone FR 28511 f to. table by driving small balls against one another or

4 Insertions .......... 17c line weekdays. "' .. k "
observers include .f' but according to Bob
: with
12 Insertions .......... 14c line PLAY SCHOOLVisit CARRIER BOYS between 12 I 15 into pockets a cue. -
First pt all, the electorate yrs. old needed for paper routein x' "fi Sullivan it's all that and a game of skill end good,
us and see for yourself. the N.E. and N.W. Sections. :
appears -Jo -like the pleasant, Total charge computed by 24 SE tth St. FR 6-7804. Wonderful experience for your < 1( clean fun. .

-ron3litY of the 14th multiplying total lines x rate KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE son daily contact with the public Cue Stick Billiards, recently opened it's doors with e

renouncedhis earned x number of Insertions. Day wk. or mo. Old NewberryRd. prepares him for a leading role new idea in billiards that girls can have Just as
Earl of Home 5 Five letter words per line Planned Pick In his future. For more Information
programs. up
call Gainesville Sun Circulation much fun at the game as boys.
minis- at LIttlewood and
title .to become prime Terwilliger Dept. 372-8441.
schools. Call FR 26447. Cue Stick has 7 tables available and at times
ter. His calm, easy-going self 8 Point CABINET MAKERS Custom Cabi- i .
.. ,.
FOR COMPETENT mother will care net & Mill Work Inc has Immediate ,, tournaments.
assurance in House of Commons Same as 2 lines ordinary type for children reasonable in her openings for cut-out men. ad... Bob
Open 10 A.M. to 12 midnight. Sullivan Mgr. is
home at 909 SE 1st Ave. Phone
debate has admirers. assemblers. formica men & truck
won many 'r': 12 point FR 4-4481. driver. Call to arrange for inter usually on hand to give free instructions to beginnrs -

i A remarkably efficient central f<', WILL baby sit in my home. FLA. view 372.3509 daytime, or 372-0070 & tips to the experts.
Same as 3 lines ordinary type .
t party organization which "., VET 2. S10 weekly and Saturday Women's leagues now forming Join us soon.
.SOc per hour. Call 2-4242. AGENT for local ..

reportedly began preparing last 18 PointSame WILL baby sit in my home agency insurance, prefer experience person with, some must Watch For Next Week'i SPOTLIGHT -

October for the"general elect as 4 lines ordinary type S.W. Section. FR 24794. have car & be over 21. Compensation
i Lions to be held Oct. 15. NEW depends on applicant. Reply CAFETERIAS *
fund estimated
A campaign amore Sun stating qualifications.
24 PointSame COCKTAILS
than $8.4 million. RETIRED man to car for grounds GENERAL GAINES LONG'S CAFETERIA
POSITIONAVAILABLE and small workshop. Irving Serving (hours 11-151112 PJM. and
f The minister's advantage as S lines ordinary type STEAK ROOM
prime 454-1373. High Springs. 4:3P.M. til too P.M.. 7 days UNIVERSITY INN
in setting the election date. ANTENNA Installation man. Mustbe Featuring U.S. Prime and Choke a week. Charcoal Steak Room, (merges* --
experienced and reliable. Apply steaks prepared to your taste 313 W. University Ave.board. Cocktail Hour 5 to 7. 2
The Labor party's publicity 36 PI FOR AD TAKERMust In person Tech T-V. 122 NW on our open hearth. Holiday Inn, drinks for the price of L Dan -

; machine swung into action iUSED enjoy working .with the 16th Ave.AAEATCUTTER. WO S.W. 13th St. FR M20. BILLIARD'SCUE Ing tn 2 A.M to Bobby Griffin's
Combo Richard Parkers
AND.r public by telephone and person wanted reliable, dependable ITALY IN GAINESVILLE? orches-
twice apparently In anticipation ally. Good typist good speller. full time. Apply in Dine by candlelight tra. 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR -uu.ful .
: of March or June electionsLabor's : Same ,as 1 lines ordinary type Age benefits over Including 25 yrs.: Many Paid fringe vacation person East Side Market 1424 atmosphere of Itlly';* delight STICK BILLIARDS THE ORLEANS

,' sick leave. insurance and Hawthorne Rd. MANARO'S RESTAURANT Fun for not only young men Happy Hour S to I PJM.
have been
,big guns may > pension plan. Apply In person to SALES TRAINEE and delivery boy. specialties In Lasagna Pizza. BUT young women, too. Dancing to the music of the Co
uncovered too soon. The Gainesville Sun will not be Classified Advertising Department 40 hr. week & good adVance- and other delicious Italian Food. Bring your data bras Wed.. FrL & Sat. nights
responsible for more than one Gainesville Sun. ment. Must have driver's license 2120 Hawthorn Rd. s-11 P.M.Open 10 AJM. tn 12 PJM. Steaks to perfection In the
After renouncing his title Incorrect Insertion nor win It & high school education. See 372-M90 Closed Mondays. MS N.. Maui Street Steer Room.we .
be liable for any error In advertisement Mr. Smith at Parker's, 601 W. NW ism st. 276-1"
Douglas-Home had to seek election to a greater extent WAITRESSES WANTED. Manor Univ. Ave. NOW OPEN Alan's New
.I Restaurant. Apply in person 2325 MR. SANDWICH SHOP
to the House of Commons. : than the cost of the ,space occupied W. University Ave. OLD Florida company expanding In Across from Unh/ Post Office *
He succeeded handsomely and by the item In the ad WAITRESSES WANTED. Howard area.available We for now 14 men have 21 yrs.positions and Featuring our own roast beef sandADVERTISE IN. THE *

whistle- vertisement. No adjustment will Johnson's Restaurant please apply not Wetrain. with in natural gravy SJ cents. ..
uP. experience necessary.
inaugurated a chatty, be in person to 2830 N. W. 13th Write box 584-A coO Gainesville The best roast beef In town.- at Its finest at
.1 mad on errors that do not PALM LANES
t stop type of ,campaigning. The St. Sun giving resume and qual SHEUEY'S home of the Original Open
materially effect the value of ifications. DINE I DANCE every night for your enjoyment
WANTED waitresses ITALIAN .
experienced .
voters appear to like it. SANDWICH from f A.M. to 2 AJM.
I the advertisement. all shifts. Larry's Restaurant COOK, white married 30 to 55 Dial 372-45J2 Free
He also coolly sat out temporary 1225 W. Univ. Ave. yrs; I hours day. S day week. for fast free deliver 2606 Waldo nursery Rd. service.374i4

in Co- The Gainesville Sun reserves WANTED experienced waitress. vacation sick leave social security Also pizza 4 Schlitz and LowenDIRECTOrty --- _
improvements CARS. the privilege of revising or re- Apply Humpty Dumpty Restau and state retirement benefits brag on tap. lit W. Univ. Ave. ADVERTISE I IN. THE
aervative fortunes and waited to letting rant. 310 NW 13th St. ; for interview contact Per or our new store at lid NW 1st
any advertisement which sand Director. Sunland TrainIng Ave SERVICE DIRECTORY
call the elections until almost .. -- .: ft deems oblectionable and to CURB WAITRESSES day and Center P. O. Box Sob
night shift top wages. Apply Gainesville, Florida. Phone FR
I the last possible date allowed by Change the classification of any In person, Jerrys Restaurant. 4-5381. ext. 342.EXPERIENCED. TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE

law. This gave him the chance advertisement from that orderedto 2310 So W. 13tn St. Roofers First OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE
conform to the policy of the EXPERIENCED Dry cleaning Class Built-Up and ShingleMen
of getting his personality across presser. Apply in person onty Needed. Apply In Writing. CALL 3728441.:
to taper. to One Hour Martinizmg, 319 Marlon Heating i Roofing Co.,
the nation.
N. W. 13th St. Inc. P. 0. Box 142s. Ocala Fla.



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A = :':c Beneath This Banner Are The World's Best Bargains .. ,;.:" II'


10 1 4 0 $3 Clean out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra cash Person to person ads ore for non commercial users selling merchandise priced

.. I at $100 or less with the selling price stated in the ad. No additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that
;'j.. LAYS bring quicker action.

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


F'..: 18 Schools .& Instruction I 32 Mobil. Homes For Sale 32 Mobile Homes For Sole 32 Mobile Homes For Sale 34 Waterfront PropertyLAKE

DEVELOP confidence o v e r- HOMES INC er. $1200. Call 495-2452 between 104 x 208' Lot for mobile home.Sisoo. SANTA FE VIEW McCOY'S 1
: come fear-apply practical technique S and 7 P.M. in Archer. I
,- develop 4820 N.W. 13th St. GainesvilleFR 1 Mile S. off Paynes 2 story country
THE TIME IS NOW personality deserve 2-5113 Walt Johnson Mgr. Prairie. For appointment call home. 4 BR, 3 baths some '
recognition. be an Influ FR 43052.WYATT. citrus well landscaped, some MACOMA HOMES JNC.
_. ence. Lowest prices easiest terms largest Drivea furnishings with house. $16,000 ,
.t BS degree JS years experience. display in central Florida.We terms.LAKE
Classes start Sept. trade for anything. Free delivery
24. 7 9 p.m.
NW 43rd St.
For information call Mrs. Rhea up to 100 mIles.TRAILER GENEVA In beautiful>> Suburban Height west..of
376-7724 after S p.m. or Hotel MART Little Neat 2 BR home kit. and BR fur. adjoining city limits. -
-.,: Do You Have A Room, .Apartment Thomas 372-9501. Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 6 Trailer Sales nishings. 100' lake front. White '
sand beach large oak trees. $10- fheJLivabfeTIKI
East Palatka Phone 328-1050 The Charming
.. U. S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTSI 000 terms. .
Or House to Rent? Men-women. 11-52. Start high as CONNOLLYMobile Save a LotLowest Home of RANCHO GRANDE -
SI02.00 a week. Preparatory trainIng Pacemaker Mobile Homes MELROSESituated 3 bedrooms 2 baths, 3 bedroom, 2'bQth large
until appointed. Thousands of Home Sales Inc. 2 & 3 Shasta and Alrstream amid towering oaks.
overhead In the screened porch. beautifulroom
Industry Travel Trailers study, family room living
lobs open. Experience usually un bedroom mobile homes. Many charming country home. LIv..
necessary. FREE information on floor plans. 7 year financing. to DAD work AND BRAD LARSEN like Ocala's First Mobile Home room W-fireplace. din. room dining room, oak family room, oak parquet
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS lobs, salaries. requirements. Write Drive out today. 3 miles South and you benefit. LOOK Dealer Since 194 Fla.. infloors, drapes included.
vacancy to the future, make a sound in 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. room. 3 BRV* baths parquet floor drapes -
TODAY phone. Lincoln giving name Service address Box 448-M and of Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph.' vestment. See our top brand custom Phone 6291351kala. large porch guest house. servants eluded. $30,000 10% $28,500 >0% Down.
coo Gainesville Sun. _376-0171 made 12 WIDES at 1C < Fla. quarters hot house, garage, Down. Our 1964 Parade Home
YOU MORE than the ud that will rent
USED TRAILER Large living WIDES prices. 8 yr. financing small citrus and pecan groves
23 Home Improvements room rear kitchen two bedrooms available. Lake Geneva Trailer 33 LOTS FOR SALE oaks and palm trees. Shy 40 4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave.
:= upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Also Sales on Rt. 100 1 mile S. E. acres. due to death, sacrifice
i it _a travel trailer. 376-8361. of Keystone Heights. Open evenings $25,000. terms.ACREAGE "PLANNING TO BUILD"Let
HAVE your house painted the modern BEAUTIFUL
way. All work guaranteed 52 x 10 FT. 2-bedroom Homette Sund.y.a wooded lots moo located N.W. Others us give you an estimate on contracting your new
free estimate. No lob too big like new. Lot 17 Archer Road 1954 X 37 2 bedroom trailer tub from SI 750 up.FORDYCE 29 acres some timber well septic custom home. ,
i .- Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU or too smail.MODERN. Village. Phone 376-4842 after 5:00 & shower, real good condition. REALTOR' tank highway frontage 1200'. Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day. FR 6-7250
PAINTING CO. P.M. Ideal for UF students; $1500. FR 926 W. Univ. Ave. 374-1234 Close to Starke, $6,000, terms,
PHONE FR 6-2210 6-1887. $5,000 cash. Nite FR 6-501S 'or 6-6502
EVERY DAY until it is rented : NORTHWEST i BEFORE you buy see us for topquality Minutes West of Town off paved RENTALSLake Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd.
28 Livestock & Supplies TRAILER SALES In Mobile: Homes. Approximately road. $1,600 with low down pay.
Geneva turn. home. 3 BR, 2
2702 Waldo Road N.E. 35 units to choose from. ment, call Dick Robinson anytime baths lease __ _J _I__
T IF RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:: At Palm Lane 376-0205 >. 10 12, 20' width, up to 60' in RALPH A. FOSSEY Realtor $125 per mo.
: WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE length. 11 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1359
dairyman to show us a better 8 x 40 1952 model Schultz trailer LAKE SANTA FE .
good condition wall to''wall car- 2V* ACRES, high and dry, 10 minutes 2 BR, 2 baths. bar.1>-Que house.
dairy feed than CPA Cooperative Featuring Marlette. Sun Want Ads Get Results
$40 mo. . $1.33 per day Hillcrest Wind low down ,
per Mills 16 pet. All Pulleted Drai- pet; $995. .Call after 5:30. P.M. sor & Park, Manor. from town. Low beach, dock boat house $1SO
FR 60790. payment, low monthly. Call ,FR lease.
$50 per mo. . .$1.66 per day Krunch.per ton. Over FMX Gainesville 1500 IDS. of or PDN Ala- 18 years in the Mobile Home 2-4949 Monday thru Friday.
chua. Phone FR 2-1095 or 461- 23 years In business give you adequate Business ACRE lots for sate. WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD

; .. $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day AT 2105.stud, champ Ideal time for financing protection insurance In price& quality serv-- "SERVICE HAS BUILT Phone 372441623rd 3 Reg.miles Real North Estate of Melrose Broker
ice. Ask friends and New- Hwy 21, Phone 475-2981
your or Blvd. acre lots. S3000.00
your spring colts. Write P. O. OUR BUSINESS"BAIRD
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day Box 415 for appt. Reasonablestud customers about us. 3 locations toserve berry Rd. acre lots $3750.00.
fee. you Jacksonville, Gainesville S. W. acre lots $1200.00

.._. $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day FOR sale young horse, good disposition & Ocala. MOBILE Mary MoellerJ PROFESSIONAL TOP EXECUTIVE CLASS&
beautiful markings. HOMESof n if
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day Phone 372-7616 after 4:30 P.M. BUTTSMobile Ocala Realtor THE BUILT UNIQUE HOME CUSTOM OF Colonial Charm

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day 30 PETS & SUPPLIES HomesInc. Phone 629-3200 Jct. 301 & 441 1019 W. University Ave. FR 4-4471 S ,GAINESVILLEJamaicastyle pace setter

ARISTOCRAT of dogdom. Fe- "-
living room
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day male. Weimaraner health all puppy.shots$75.A K Excellent C ,. Forty foot Florida room
champion line. 372-4459. Luxurious master suite with
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day NW 13th St. COMPARE walk-In closetsdressingroom
BASSET, 4 yrs. old. papers ; built-in vanity wall Comes to Northwest Gainesvilleat

'$90 per mo. ... $3.00 per day female. $100. 372-1439. at 6th St. Fabulous and shoe kitchen closet breakfast,

PUREBRED Boxer puppies for sale utility room and workshop
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day no papers. On street parking all around our area
'. Call FR 2-0895. corner. Open 8:30 AJVto 8 P.M. BEFORE YOU BUY Twenty.slx foot closet wall PALM VIEW ESTATESN.W.

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day BLUE Tick and Walker puppies JIS each weekday.376-8361 Guest suite with sunken fireplace tub
a pair. Call 376-7786. Paneled library with -

SIAMESE kittens and stud service SAVE 16th Ave. N.W. 39th DriveA
registered lilac. blue, and chocolate 0 Two landscaped patios 1 at

CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR 6448.point S25 up. Williston 528- UNUSUAL4.Bedroom2Both IlH ffIfllBHl1BlfllIl1lI1tmllflllIlu11nI* The following are. now under neighborhood ere lot in ,most select

MALE The following are ready for construction and will be ready '. Scads of sky light so houseIs limited number of brick front e fully
puppy "Duffy" willing to occu ancy. csheertul even In gloomy
leave Its mother "Bladcfe" for for occupancy soon! weather air conditioned colonials are nay under con-

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS Bicycle good kind Shop.home 1630 W.with Univ.grass.Ave. HOME 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. .. This house Is Ideal for struction. Prices start at $16,350. VA.

WANTED Suburban Heights 4 BR.. 2V4 baths. $1250 dn.,, .............._..._II.uwllm..Ii-III.. : lavish'or casual entertaining FHA Conventional financing. For information
2 old registered Never
: year SI 64 per mo. e>, have you seen so
female Beagle. Must be trained Living RoomS much cabinet and drawer 376-7!>71.
I I or well started. Phone 3765555. Dining Room 3310 N.W. 30th PI. 4120 & 4121 space under' one roof.

1 32 Mobile Hones For Sale Master Bedroom-Dressing 3 BR, 2 bath $600, dn. $87 N.W. 19th Dr. Three-car garage. Total
13-Help Mil* or Femal. 18 School & InstitutionsHIGH Room per month. square footage 6.000 under
Family Room Den 3 BR. J bath, $ oo dn., $81 roof HUGH EDWARDS Inc.
WANTED mate or female we nave SCHOOL. 1958 45 x 10 2 bedroom trailer 2 Luxurious Bath Rooms BlWUmRlwIInllBllhI1llllI=inu1m per month. Happy to show by appointmentonly. ,
an Immediate: opening for a motor It home free booklet. A m e r lean good condition with awning. Phone Push Button Kitchen, Builder-Developer ,
rout salesman carrier. In School. P. 0. Box 16661 Jacksonville FR 6-7858. Laundry and Utility Room SHOWN BY ADVANCE
Brooker, Fla 32216. APPOINTENT ONLY 372-1987
the following areas: Screened-In Swimming PoolS 4
For Sale 1 BR air cond.: turn 4119 & 4127 -
Santa Fe Hawthorne & Atachua. I I MEN & women 18 to 93 to train for trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent Wall-to-Wall CarpetS 527 E. Univ. Ave.
Good earnings. If you have trans CIVIL SERVICE condition. FR 2-9886, 6-8 Central Heat and. Large, comfortable; home for N.W. 19th Dr.a .
portation & desire to run your Examinations. For Informationsend A.M. and 6-12 PM.ADVERTISE Air Conditioning a large family. 4 BR 4 !
BR, 1 bath, $500 dn., Bought'I
business. with little In- _
very baths
own name address & Phone No. IN THE up living room family
-. vestment please call Mr. Caputo. Key Training Service. 112 W. SERVICE DIRECTORY FRED MASONPHONE room, parlor, dining room per month. More People Have
e Circulation Dept. 372-1<<11 ext. 19 Adams St.. Jacksonville. dinette, screened porch, BR,
S to 7:30 P.M. kitchen JV4 baths down I 'smsnrnmumnnnnniwnuiiuiasiio
Wanted Caretaker Guide mar- Real Estate Exam New Brick Homesby FR 2-8340 FR 2-3182 phone conversation necessary Hugh Edwards Inc. HomesIn
rted. Wife to maintain lodge. Location COURSE first. ,
In central Florl- Ask About Our ALL OUR HOMES ARE
remote ATTEND First lesson tree..1OWELLS .
Ida. Privately owned accommodations OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY .
BUSINESS COLLI.ECOLLEGE. Builder Trade-in Plan '"
Include lake. boats. 218 W. Univ. Ave Norwood SEEING ANYTIME IF Northcentral Florida Since
skeet range. horses. dogs. duck rR. 6-3507. 3723727.SHORTHAND .
3 8. 4 bedrooms built-in kitchen YOU WILL JUST CALL.
haven. Must be softer reliable equipment, cen. heat, VA no
and In good health. Apply givIng TYPING down payment. FHA from $700 '\.X Hope"H"
full particUlars. past experience Civil Service Training 1945 Because They Recognize .
Secretarial Courses Classesnow down-no closing costs. .J..oKINGSBERRY
age. family. present occupation V / Inc. 1123 S.E., 4th STREET
Box 1H76 Tampa. forming. Howell's Business
College 218 W. Univ. Ave. Capitol Builders Inc. FR 6-5301 or FR 6-798*
Florida. .
We Trade Homes
F R63507REPOSSESSION N.W. 37th Place & 6fh street ---.J TRUE VALUE


JOBS? Call 37243(1 or 376-778S. '
3 Bedroom House Regency 3 BR, 2-3-4 BEDROOM HOMES
: : Train for U. S. Civil Service tests. CENTRAL HEAT 2-both, entrance foyer

sification.See our ad Lincoln under Instruction Service. clas Established $9900 DR LR, family roomS CAl NESVI LLE'S

1948. $500 town-$75 Per Mo. double carport central IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY'NO
New Homesin
GE kitchen full
2131. N.W.55thTer. heat. -
I 6-Work Wanted Female RF 2-1362 brick on a large lot. 1736
... N.W. 39th Ave. $19,000,

WOULD like small set of bookS 10% down, $122.00 per MONEY DOWN
to keep in my home. Will pick
up and deliver. WESTVILLANW f"
Phone 472-2185. SUBURBANHEIGHTS BUTLER BROTHERS V A Village qr ceii

ARTIST, Commercial. Experienced
all phases. Illustrations. Layouts The Powell 3 ER, 1 %
Paste Up. Copy. Excellent Gainesville's Address NewestPrestige 16th Ave.. bath, oak floors, carport, LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards Inc.
neat accurate person
able. Phone 374-U12. Built for Those Who Desire at 37th St. central heat, full. brick on I 376-7971
I IWANT lob as maid 5-days a Only the Best. j nice wooded lot. 1514 PALM VIEW ESTATES
week. Good references. Call me at N. W. 43rd & N.W. 17th PL N.W. 34th PI. $14,000, /.J'rh
FR Mwa. from 12 noon te C Built by Four of Gainesville's .... I
_. p.m. Leading Builders $500 down $86.49 per Priced from $13,90017,250 '3 Id s k
-- 17 Work Wanted Mole W. FLETCHER WALTER STUBBSInc. $16,000 PLOW

MACOMA HOMESW. ., Sodded Lawns I c

_. JUNIOR time $lob nEnglneerlng to remain needs In school.part P. RIDGWAY Built and offered by FHA DOWN PAYMENT Swim Club. 1 j. _

CaU Bill at 378-2698 after StOO. Phone 376-5394 NOTHING DOWN VA Air Cond. Optional ; I
3 & 4 Bedroom Models In THE JAMES CO.
::-i ..w.n..III"
ADVERTISE IN THE SHADOWLAWN $100 Closing Cost Colonials __ I

SERVICE DIRECTORYSTEPHEN ESTATESF. "We trade houses" Phone 372-2527 office Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
D. OLIVER Phone 372-6441 'horn I
Individual Styles For You -
.-.. Well' planned living areas
HEIGHTSLocated Quality material 8. workmanship I- Gainesville's newest and most

I1w,. luxurious apartment building .. I
at N.W. 37th Place 1. A community you would be
proud to live In 512,250 up
homes under
6th construction.St. New brick Pick your own Drive West on N.W. 39th .,.. -,
colors etc. VA & FHA Terms. Ave. past the Glen Spring In I I t'-
tersection. See sign on left. R1' ; $400 DOWN FHA !

by FR 2-0866. SPACE .. ..
Capital Builders. lac. LEASING I NOTHING DOWN VA : : '" .. ... ..
$100 Closing Cost -
N.W. 37th Place A COb Street -- -
Can J72-UU or 376-7718 II : r ; .
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$74-16 .t .1 .
:: KINGSBERRY FROM PER MONTH ;- ..,... Wtit : '. .
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WIM1ERLY ESTATES Take your choice of over
90 beautiful brick LI A WATER PENETRATION OR Space is a relative word which ity. We call it "more home for t

Day' Wyrick mere quality Bldr.Offtrif Kingsbcrry homes NU DRAINAGEPROBLEMS.' can have several meanings.. At your money", and that phrase :

....*lass meaeyW $9,000 to $30,000 Highland Court Manor, we use it has become a byword for us. ;

to mean ROOM.-and lots of it. Check homes for
36tll T... OM N.W. Jttfc ALL CITY SERVICES our today

Ave. Ope S Mi ay* at I:" or as little as It means large lots and homes then compare SPACE with

fry appt. J7W6W Of 1-8584. NO MONEY DOWNon with plenty of usable liveable, similarly priced homes. (Oui

your lot LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: DIRECTIONS: Drive West on enclosed area under roof. Over three bedroom models 'start at

Swimming Pool Recreation RoomS 16th Ave. Turn 25 years of home-building experience only $79.34 per month, including

BOBBY L Monthly as low payments as Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat Left on 38th St. have taught us how to principal interest, insurance,
Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities a!' 39th Terrace.
BRYANNow $56.00 e) Storage Lockers S Garbage Drop Chute give you the maximum amount taxes and a .built-in. Tappanof

Several new homes ready Paved Parking Areas S Lighted SidewalksPHONE BUTLERBROTHERS room without sacrificing qualkitchen..) See us or phone today!
S 3 Elevators
bock in Gainesvilleto for immediate occupancy.
serve you in all typesof
ferrozzo. 376.4456
B & T Terrazzo 901 Walda Rd. (24 Hour Service) SALES OFFICE:

Phone 372-2527 SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 IlL 5 DAILY
o& NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr.

Company Evenings 372-6441 23065.W. nth ST.- U.S. HWY. 441 BUILDERSDAILY .
<< '2i Phone 372-3471
:_ 2605 HE 19th Dr. Builders of '
Phone FR 2-OStl Kingsbcrry Homes Butler Bros. BUILDERS 2-9545 NIGHT 6-9048

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14: Weterfront: Property 85 Houses for 'Sol 35 House lor SoU 35 ,Houses for SoU 35 Houses for SoU 48 Houses for Rent Un'ur. '

64 Household Goods 73 Musical Merchandise 85 for Sale
; Cedar Shores BY OWNER. Prop.rtyapprai46d BY OWNER, cen. heal 4 air cond. FOR SALETBR. I bath, CCB IN ALACHUA MODERNS bed Automobl

4' Key at $26.000. owner will sacrificefor 2Vi bath 3 BR family living New Listing home well landsap. completely ro house and carport. $40 mo. SPRNS1or double bed, headboard SPINET Pi.nl (new) beginning at "AI FORD tONV. good good

fine homesites from $2250 $22,500. Large lot 2100 sq. dining rm., large kitchen, built- Call pets, not over 2 chilre 462- and frame (no mattress Rebut Fmatl Grind good looking. to
ft.. all large rooms. 3 BR, 2 In appliances. Large garage. SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2V% bat mu 372-767 fenc o ttll 7 pri Sl, 1703. foam rub pad fo double bed 85. Also another triick Pia of .p ties! at $395. 316 NE 1st equip-St. I
-4 non-waterfront from $1510 baths living with panelIng FR onry horn with 16' x pied
room 3461 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone 3 for large
& fireplace, family room, MING POOL Located SIM FINANCIAL needs require sale 3 BR, I bath unfurn. h. Kit. wie li th tine factory rebuilt pianos 1957 PORSCHE completely

i : .: Marina Locations separate dining room, completely 2.451LITIS section |lust outside th I t 11m N of a 2 BR Cement t. equipped Call available O. $per slii dS fibr glas drape gold. fuly garateed visit arrived is for today all rebuilt uclen COUP d I t 10 I
sal wi
equipped ultra-modern kitchen its. This Is an excepli.1 buy at In Norwest section. House 2-04. pink green toh. $ 1115 NW 7th
: INVEST: facilities needed here bookcases a. many other fea A FACTThe $34450. on grassed shady lot. THREE BR, 1 bth. 1242 NE 6th print; maple a bie la" n. your musical needs. afe P. -

tures. Can be seen at 4040 New- Will co to reasonable terms.Call Ave. $90 McKlnney- 372-3117 LILLIAN'S MUSIC SORE '
: Motel! Locations berry Blvd. FR 2at3LCLEAN down payment can be arranged LAKE FRONT ESTATE 4 bed 2-185 after 6 p.m. Green Realtors Cal 3617.. Ph 112 SE 1s Str. 55 CHEVROIET, Standard trasmisi -
to suit the Buyer on this beautiful 2V4 bath 6 Perfect
room FOR SALE used console cim. CI
66 MJse piano
ctemr.ry .For Sale. extra
: INVESr: accommodations 3 BR 2 Bath CB home at home with central air 37 Rear Estate Exchanged 2 BR, screened porch. Ig. yard for nice. We lust received 1115
344 NW 16th Ave. Brand New fireplace, double c. lase1 1$10 Avail- anot PL
: .tt' needed Four bedroom, 2 bath home In on a wooded half lot. Cent. conditionin mthly. 115 FOR SALE 3i mm Argus C 3 er load of good used '
acre .
shelter and Wesman '
'\ choice N.W. location easy walking heat ., A-C. Elec. Kit. Call now bb. Just outside city large lim ANXIOUS TO SELL WAIT NW 20th St. 6-2472.Realt F-3.5 camera wit case $ Inquire ems from Boston. Make your se 6 OLDS Jetfire fa air .turbo

: DAVID' ANDREWS- to Littlewood School. New to see.NOW'S. W 2832 NE 1t Ter.ELLA'S lectl now bef they are allgo. care 4 John
paint Inside and out terrazzo Is. Have you considered exchanging? UNFURNISHED 3 BR h Silo Terms all. GAINES Pier FR 214 o see it 1122
REAL floors. built In and THE TIMETo Ernest Tew Realty per mo. Unfurnished VILLE MUSIC CENTER. .
:1 ESTATE range oven. LOVELY 3 bedroom IV* $ CERAMICSBeginning 10 AV
bat split per mo. Call Unlv. Ave. 372-5421.
central heat beautifully woodedlot look at one of the nicest level masonry. home in Realtor .. .. Exchanger 37tr-74 '61 Chevrolet parkwood wagon with
:t, CEDAR".KEY 3841 or 3831 and established lawn. 3708 homes available. 3 BR, 2 baths. the NW section lust inside city 2906 N.W. 13th St, 374-4441. 7 ROM story,3 BR. \Vt baths new classes 9 AJA.til CONSOLE Cabinet with 12" speaker air $1,300. STUDENT SPEC-

: ', WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD N.W. 22nd Place. RIdgeway Construction Just outside City on N. W. 39th limits. ONLY t$700 $ per m Garage.. 555 NE 2145 S P.M.Univ.Closed Thursday. and space for Hi-Fi components CIA 5 Plymouth, perfect cord
FR e-5568
Co. 372-8965 or 371-4424. Ave. Large corner lot. Huge LR DOWN. $1.2 40 Business Properties 7 Ave. GR 55 E and records $ o Manual sworn to miles.
,Reg ,Broker. specallzing in S5-P
LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. NEW with fireplace. See It and yoU'llwant THREE 2 bath house FOR SALE new beautiful full record player wth stere cartridge FR 4-4405. _
:& HUGE 2 story frame 4 APT. HOUSE SITE: ins bdro length wedding and several $15. F, Tur, $30. Ph.
S.mJles..No, of Melrosc. bedr ci 1W with built In range. des M
...:- tGC,M9f1." Large 2-story home In new restrict house with 2 sleeping er and paving; 16 Inatural N.W. r per mo. Phone party cess, with mat FR U. 1957 Cross country Rambler-station
ed residential area. Has 4 bed- for 3 four units lob Sio$2 wagon. excellent conditi$500.
cated at 214 NE 5 ONLY big 6. Will
.o.t OVER 30 acres of lake front many rooms, 2 baths upstairs living. This Is a good buy. Extra nice in with 1.200 Ave 000.00 INSPECT NOWI 417 Wald ss 120 base acl.n, like Call FR 6195 -

-" bearing pecan trees. Also 5 furnished dining, kitchen family room good location close In. The SI6o DWNI 3 BR, 1 bath $150. 13 NW 2nd P"o 37126 new, cost s- wi sel for

t-4( houses with dock and deep study & powder room down monthly Income )Justifies the John Merrill RETIREMENT or REST HOME. Ave. Phone CUSTOM bunt bar, rattan and bam $175. Also ct bas. II 1964 CORVAIR Spider convertible
crest Trailer Al.Automotive
1 well pump. Many extras. On stairs. Immediate occup a n c y. price. If you want a good In- This 50 room furnished and THREE bedroom house with stove b W-las top shelves rattan Daytona radio, heater, 4
Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis Phone FR 2-4965 W. P. Ridge- vestment then phone right now equipped (even to elevator) Is In and furnished. stools bar US. speed blue wire wheel
: Jewelry Co. to Realtor the of condition 2 refrigerator Ava.1 Melrose 475-2981. tanisi
way. see. pink ; Nearly able last of 1311 I covers 4,000 miles.
N.E. lat
MULTIPLE LISTING acres and close In; Gainesville, Sep. .22 REVOLVER 25 auto Phono 376-
Ter. 1113 Wese
= ,. .. : 35 ,Houses for SoU A STEALBY UNIVERSITY PHONE FR 2-1494 of cours. Price and terms ama man Realty, FR lease Buntline u.357 1.. Tai or p.yentL -
We prefer to 6247 Cot $ 4 m-976.
ASSOCIATESMARCELLA reasabl. Leica $50. New :
,:: STOP- ONLV-o down to qual- OWNERMUST PARDI discuss thi or office. Z BR house for lease $125 per Norelco tape 3 recorder Motorcycles & Scooters 19&3 PLYMOUTH station wagon, 4

i- Iliad buyer 4 BR 2 bath CBS sacrifice. 3 bedroom, 2 REALTY W.H.BUCKHANNANPARRISH r Loate at CIS NW 20th St. Phone SI3. 8 dr.. V-e A.T..rai heater,power --
Good Business Lot busy at 905 NW 20th St. 3617.SEAIS steering A bargainat
; FHA financing, $91.27 mo. Seller bath large Fla. room large livIng o Ct3ct owner FOR SALE 1963 Lambretta Scoot
...'T pay closing costs. Call 372-0481 room, dining room, built-in 115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. thoroughfare; usable house with 3 BR. 1 CCB cent Kenmore oil hetEr. 55COO er In excellent own.en. $1950. Cal 372-9607- befo. 5:30
..- for appt. to see. 1806 NW 38th kitchen convenient to shopping M. Munroe Realtor plumbing well set back. 1.000. heat, bath, hse. lie new $75; ga, $ condiio/\ Po or after P.M.
;- Ter. Associates: ASKI Li See at NE 7th St. FR cal 37WI4 btween Po
center and schools. Must see S. E. McLaughlin. Frank tlewood Westwood. $120 P & 8 1953 standard transmission -

}! : 'THREE bedroom 2 bath CCB, to appreciate the value. No qual Roy McCann. T. C. Douglas Roby.Jr. Avail end of Sept. 610 NW 35'h 9805. 1942 RALEIGH. Auto. PONTIAC raio. hater. good running
traverse rods $750 down pay ifying. Low down payment. OrIginal PRESENTSFOR 12V& ACRE SHOPPING CENTER Ter. Phone 37tr-174 REPOSSESSED Singer port. ZigZag Ece $11 3161 after

.'._ .. ,$83 per, mo. 4006 N.W. 21st Drive price S21.600. price nowIS.84S.7L McKINNEY traffic count terrific; possibilities and attachments. Round bob- camps transportlti Buying i:30 P .
BR. 1 living dining
,_ Off 3tth Ave. $ $500 down. Located unlimited; in G'vllle, $50,00000 a bath, screened rm. In. sews forward and rever over an sel. G condition 54 CHRYSLER.. stand. 4
rm. cylinder
RENT 2 bedroom home In steal; good terms. porc balance Call trans
In : $4-
NW section at 1321 NW pins and per
$110 with lease. nles. m. tires lust it
per mo. new drove
3 bedroom I bath 6-room frame NE 10h
Living diningroom
21st Ave. Phone FR 22633. room $34. Sewing MachineService.
GREENDEATON Ter. New Will $150
t house close In. nice neighborhood and screen porch. Unfur. ARCH CAMPBELL REALTOR 37695. 115 W. Unlv Ave. 378- 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS or fro Yo sel In good

= Ig. shady lot $9.950. SPACIOUSCUSTOM nished. Phone 376-5707 ANYTIME. 3 br, 2 bath N.W. S12O C.B. 1355. ,
condo 372 7418
Terms. Walter Stubbs, Inc. Ph. REALTORS 3 1 bath N.W. C.B.
V -5J9-C. built home on ONE ACREof EXCLUSIVE FOR RENT: 4 Bedroom, 2 bath PROFESSIONAL MEN 3 b, 2 bath N.W. $12.0$15.00 C.B. DO IT YOUR SELF; Fw CAR WAXING . $9.90 1963 Fairlan 500. Good conditionand

NEW HOME FOR SALE natural beauty. Exclusive home In N. E. Central heat and m'ca top 18X20" boards, $1. Engune cleaning and uphols I e ry cheap. CaU 376-C374 or 707
BY BUILDER neighborhood. Convenient to University Unmistakably this fine home is designed conditioning.. Unfurnished.FOR Own your own office property- Mary MoellerlRealtor Make table. cutting board, veg. cleaning. 732 NW 1st St. NW 2nd Ave. afternoons after

\, 3 BR. 2 bath central heat & air and new school. Many ex beyond for those price who- Located value quality in a- Why pay rent? bIn etc. Gainesville Auto Top AIR CONDITIONING Tune upSpecial. 4 P.M
tras. Call for SALE FHA Financing 3 Jhcp.
b appoomtment to
conditioning. May seen by appointment. $2.50 '
.- 3300 NW 28th Ave. see. restricted borhood and unexcelled neigh- bedroom new concrete block We have 5 site on NW. 13th NEW furniture Will sell f end performancetest. models MUST now $300.SELL 5 Doe after was $325
3 large bedrooms -
Phone 37*225L of city limits. Street and N.W. 6th Street with prchas. 5:3
: ho Osl old Sunday of Chrysler Hawes- P.M.
2Vfe colorful living cars.
baths Sunken Sl fm buil
qualified buyers. 1019 W. University Ave. FR 6-4471 .
buildings that be convertedfor .
: can benches 8329.
BY OWNER concrete block 3 bed- room with pink marble fire- Priced under $10,000.TRADITIONAL Ph Powers ;0 Air C SELL Ford .
your use. All are good in FOR RENT SALE 6 nth
OR Rural Cv.
.1OIAIo-1-baths-, conveni- place. Wall to wall carpeting tioning Servicing Center.
ent. see at 1417 NW 10th Ter. GIVE US an opportunity to help Large paneled Fla. room with bro. 2 vestments. Call Wayne D. Meson small 2 BR house and 31 acres, CITIZEN BAD RADIOS Main St.. Phone FR 2-2541.2 N Ing tact d up pyts. Co
you. We have prospects who are fireplace Many other attractive bath home. Large ling r Ernest Tew Realty 376-6461 any. deep well. paved road. New Us 140 .Tison 13
t BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH $$$ looking for your home. features You will be surprised separate dining room. time. FR 6-5336 Complete line of supplies MILLER & SONS St. Frl. t to 5.
By. Investing In a U. S. Steel Home and excited room with lovely fr place. Built Cal FULLER'S p fNe Auto painting $29.95 excellent
as we were
built In this area by In In Black 16 Fairla" conditi.Ae
419 W. Unlv. Ave. FR Body work & trucks painted
L ALACHUA HOMES INC. ALACHUAREALTY when you see this quality home kic. 41 Residential Income 49 Rooms For Rent AH work payents ct

Phone 376-0630 Call for appt. FR 23617. T.V antennas. $3 single stack $7 732_ guarante. $10 572.

ai Model Home Opening every Sun. J. J. F1NLEY AREA We have 2 SR. CCB stucco, oak parquet LARGE room for working men double stack, $13.00 complete kit. SKYLARK 1964 10 miles 1

from I P.M. 5 P.Mbegin NEWSFLASHThe two nice 3 bedroom homes priced floors excellent rental. Can b only. Rent single or double. 416 Jim Voyles. 419 NW Ith Ave. 85 Automobiles for Sale p.ymenls

I ning August 16. 3331 NW. 28 PL location of this fine property to sell. Walking distance to J. bought right. If Interested NE 2nd Avenue. Phone FR 21981. DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY FR 2-74 after 5:00 P.

Compare cost with all other 3 Associates is news worthy It Is within J. Finley and convenient to UnIversity for particulars. Hall Collins, 2464 or FR 2.11. Chairs, low as $ No money '
.-- bedroom 2 bath, fully air cond.. 435 N.E. 1st St. 374-2448 walking distance of Finley School of Florida. Shenandoah Orlando Fla. NICELY furnished Private down, low as $ per mt CHEVY Impolo 64. New FOR SALE 'S red BuIck conver
entrance full needs
0." homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY Arle T. Smith. Realtor Free estimates pickup 2,750 $2600. FR- tible per to n
and the in mi
most desired
., a 4 Bedroom. 2 bath Also bath and parking de Cal .. Schultz I
>TtME.-' Mabel Gore. Associate JOYOUS LIVING Relax and enjoy hme. ad spce. livery service. All $ 2731 .
neighborhood. It Is news- loining rental property. Excellent heat business w guar.n 6-4405. I age._
\ HIGH and dry N. E. section 4 BR. worthy because of its excellent life and your family in this frontage. 300 block N.2. 3rd graduate student. 1516 NE 7th teed. Phone 376-78 Phoe 3765.

2 baths, built-in oven and range. GLADYSSMITH condition and has lots of space 3 broom, 2 bath home. Large Ave. Will sell together or sepa St. After 6 P. M. NEW used chain saws lawnmowers CORVETTE. 16. excellent shape, 87 Automobiles Wonter
refrigerator low down payment. 3 BR, 2 bath Dining and wall to wall car- aR selt or speed transmission
"6.63 per mo.. Incl. taxes and Fla. room Garage It is situated pet and brick fireplace. Sepratedining 4752.rately. 316 N.E 3rd Ave. FR 2 ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH. ,cable.edgers Wisconsin.tampers lghtplant new white wall tires. Phone CARS WANTED. i95&54
on a beautifully shaded lot- room. Florida for lady to share home with a Fort
f 360.
Insurance. Day FR 23581 night and used
It Is because It Is in kitchen, plus a lovely screened BEAUTIFUL COLONIAL HOMEIn widow. On bus line. Phone 372- Stratto new m. & CeYretL A Her s
FR 2-5544. news worthy sales MERCURY convertible, 1940 power ice .
t _
a large beautiful wooded the heart of Gainesville. Now 4766. a Statio .tt
> FHA 372-5393 realistically priced This nice pto o Meyers Power 230 NE steering brakes. windows a.seats.
down and
-FOR $450 property won't be on the market has excellent Income. Could easIly ROOM in NW .
FOR man student 16th Ave. Phone 3743411.SPECIAL Large engine.
have Immediate AI
approval you can of Idylwlld Walking distance of new long Take advantage of this be restored. Will considersuburban section, smoking. Phone 376- Call 3760096.MERCURY) co FOR THE
<< possession and ownership grade school. Beautiful lot, 3 brm. opportunity Don't wait Call CONVENIENT easy wilki distance property or acreage In 0006. n CORREC
the best value house for sate In to downtown. trade. T.V. mast. All channel Montery 1955. Very TIME
2 bath contemporary home. New FR 2-3617.. edbed I 3766. ----- 30 high .
NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air FHA financing. frame cottage on pa street IN WALDO furnished rooms'for T.V. antennas. 50 antenna wire. clean.

conditioning. Paneled family room. ASSOCIATESJ. east of new Post Office biding. 42 Forms tr Acreage men with showers. linens and 75' guy wire, mounting bracket. $400FR 6-2895 FR 2-1411

lolning living-dining area for extra Near Finley extra lovely 3 brm Fred Properly priced for a cls maid service hone 468-1184. Stand offs everything you
Guy Jayne Butterworth
spaciousness. Electric range 2 bath home. Lovely location. MERCURY 1955 9 passenger .
BY OWNER to settle estate. need.
and dishwasher. Back yard completely Good financing ready for oc Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire Lovely acre wooded lots in excel 160 acre farm and some an buildIngs 50 Mobile Homes Only $18.95Also ton wago AT radio, he.'e Courtesy Of
enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. Multiple Listing lent N W locatio. Restricted. Gainesville o owner good con
cupancy. miles west of Chevrolet
Call 374-4147 for appt. to see at Paved streets and up. 3 channel master "Econo Kit" _dition. Call University
$ Fed. 129 per FOR RENT FURNISHED ON Sliver 32-2
2213 NE 7th Ter._ Tradition 3 brm 3 bath home In JWK acre. Call FR HW.. $3 Lake,. 5x2 BR deluxe trailer $12.WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER PONTIAC SEDAN. 1954 Plymouth N. Main St. at 16th A...

REALNICE2BR.orcanblused Finley area. A lot that has been OVER 1x3' |lalousied porch, rubber Hawthorne Rd. 3723937 Savoy. Call 195 2-13.
_. as 3 BR house in excellent loca landscaped with loving care. SeeThis M.M.PARRISH tile on Insulated celling,
100 Acres fenced and crossed fenCe flor PONTIAC. 57 stat. Good
tioNice corner shaded lot. one. Good price goodterms. WE WANT TO buy late model used wag.
with Total price $11400 3728404NEW ed, high and rolling perfect for large utility r. $65 per m. refrigerators. Exceptionally High cond.. excellent Inlerr. r h.
garage. Phone R 68316.I
horse ranch or cattle farm. Call 4735 See Jim BARKLEYMOTORS
FHA financing available. Phone LISTING with almost an trade-Ins now given. WO afer 5:3
today Fordyce bedroom trailer for rent. Moore 1808W NW 1st .
owner 372-7401._ GLADYS SMITH acre of ground in beautiful Florida -

J OCALA block 3 BR. 2 bath. Irg. Park Spacious and gracious 80 ACRES Haven Park 2330 E. Univ. Ave.. 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6. VOLKSWAGEN 1959. Perfect eng

I i open-beam ceiling. paneled din- Realtor three bedroom two bath ASSOCIATES, INC.H. South of Newberry and West of 37616. FOR SALE Elgin TVi h p. motor ine all deluxe features real bar
Ing & family room with fireplace -- home with large living room, Wayne Hill Helen Graham US 41. nicely rolling with beautiful excellent Phone 374-8135 gain. Call after 5 weekdays, all
Associates Anna HinsonVirginia 51 Misc. Rentals
'''. .."'..-). back yard Power: Caroline Noyes! I large dining room ovS'1 I led Carolyn Pooley Mary Parrlsh large trees. Partly cleared after 5.00 condio.. day Sun. 37tr-2 "IN THE AUTO GAME-
study fireplace d
built-in kitchen. 372-3130 or 4481483. 1228 W. University Ave. master z o 19 N E First Street Tel 3725375 suitable for pasture or farm United Sewing CenterCLEARING IMPALA 1s. rusted. Best BARKLEY'S THE NAME"
bedroom two b
Phone 372-5393 _.._.. ing. Several lovely home sites. offer
ai aye, ueoumui I IrUVngall Only $120 per acre. Half cash RENT OUT 2201 N. Main St.

MUST SACRIFICE lovely 3 BR REDFRANKSREALESTATE in perfect condition. FORDYCEREALTOR and S year ters. S. E. SAPP $20 MONTH SEWING MACHINE Cl 3760674. FR 2-4373
I home In Westmorland. Only $15.- LISTING In Highlands. Beau- REALTOR, NEWBERRY. .Newberry Trailer 60' SUNBEAM Alpine excellent

000. with $700 down. It features tifully appointed three bedroom. Pla51A Park. REPAIRS cond.. one owner, many extras.
i: 1;. floored attic Fla. rm.. two bath house for sale at FHA N.wbrr Unclaimed sewing machines. Just Priced right. Call FR 6-7824.

I estab. lawn fenced back yard. & MORE HOUSE FOR THE MON- evaluation of $14. 00.00 Large 36 acres paved highway front- Wanted To Rent pay the bill & take maine

r luxurious shrubs. See at 4055 NW EY 1800 sq. ft. of living area living room large family age, 6 miles of Alachua only Singer Portable VOLKSWAGENMILLER

12th Ave. or call 372-0089. plus attached garage. Superior room _with broken tile floor $15000 per acre. Cal Ben Grif- FURNISHED APTWANTEDThir White $14.5
I CCB Construction 3 large bed- corner lot with sidewalks, OPEN HOUSEat fen, FR 2-8404- J. W. Kirkpatrick Free Westinghouse 7.5 GAINESVILLEAUTO
NEW ROBINSON HEIGHTS out of Univ. by couple. Call FR 2-9317 .
enclosed Agency.
garage. Many Singer Portable $
city limits. 3 BR, 2 bath study. rooms, 2 baths. Big Llvingroon extra luxury features. 709 N.W. 20th St. Come by and after 8 PM. Ask for Rm. 25. White Zig Zag $2450
with entrance SALES
fireplace fjyrr
double carport. family room. see this home. Delightful long living
WANTED In L. Standard S 2 00Necchl
to lease
cover*'! ,..tiD. Nice yard 116.- ECONOMICAL living at only S8.- Gilchrist County. 120 acre farm Sidney .
Cent. heat & 2 room with fire place. separate -
built In kitchen. 000 with choice of financing., Cal. 900.00 with low down payment % mile highway frontage, 2 ler or PK Yonge school area $18.50ALL 1007 N. Main St.
I ton air cond. $14.500. $1000 down. dining Florida room b 3 4 BR Call 376 WORK GUARANTEED
room or
possible. Two
4-0817. masonry make room home, tobacco barn and 761. Phone FR 2.6313
lit 4120 SE 14th Ter. 411 W. Univ. Ave. 3727480
mo. home of 1.300 feet in con- an
square acre tobacco allotment. Excellent
a truly livable home. Located -
Robinson. FR 2984.. CUSTOM BUILT and designed by Another 53 Office-Desk Space Northcentrol
venient Northeast. two near J. J. Finley schooloff terms. ALMOST NEW Mark chain saw Fiold'iLr
UNLIKE local architect with ultra mod- : bedroom home near the NW 22nd St. 25 o'clock. Sunday ANGLE REAL ESTATE for sale. Call FR 627.REPSSESSED BROWN
In Gainesville. This 3BR. ern Florida Living in mind. furnished TWO offices, first _
f ANYTHING University completely Sept. 20. Call us for detailsC. lust completed Dealer "n.
2 b. with tremendous screened Nearly 2700 sq. ft. of living area 1 at $9.90000 with rental In- L Angle Broker class 360 sq. ft. to each office Inpndent 1030 E. Univ. CIMSC
: 15 x 48 patio Is I'dream plus 3 car carport. Central heat come possible. ROMAN O. $75 per month each. Located 1944 Matte ZigZag
J. 2-3582
distinguished subdivision. huge lot. & airconditloning. fim.kitchen I LARGE beautiful well drainedlots Inspired patio 4 BR. 2 bath livIng Angle, Associate 2615 NW. 6th St., Nationwide does all fancy stitches andbuttonholes FR
You'JI enjoy seeing it. Still time with unusual e r a a. in Ridgewood. Reasonable w-fireplace. Fla. 4404 NW 13th St. 376-6927 Insurance, FR 6-2524 without attachments. --

to I pick your own colors. Call Striking entrance, foyer & pat prices. All Improvements paid. family room kitchen 2400 sq. ft. Located room- 20 Acres. paved rd. $12800, terms. : Reliable party to assume only Value Rated

372-3727. io. Large lot In Libby Heights. Littlewood Westwood schools In a lovely setting only 29,500. 12 acres paved rd. $6800 54 Business Rentals 6 payments of $820 each. Mlk

HIGHLAND COURT. 4 BR 2 baths Must be seen to be appreciat lust around the corner. Call Fordyce 1600 acres within 10 mie of townwith ell's Sewing Machine Service Used Cars 1964
ed. $35,000. Call 6-0817. 3tr13.A
wall carpet paved rd for LARGE Shop Long term _815 W. Univ. Ave.
-a ', .lvmwau la Hv. .....J. WKIRKPATRICK priced bldl. 37813.
Ing room air condition. Phone c:laude M. "Red" Franks. Re"'ltorr ; PREOWNEDhome The Investor. -- .lease. Rent sl27 NE 27th for sale live or B&GMOTORCO.'
371-5347 or 372-2080. with advantages aglore. 3 I Ranchettes, 7 acres So Ave. FR 65. QUAIL Phone .
: $40 MO. 2 BR large kit.. tiv. rm., : N. E. 1st St. Phone 6-0817 bedrooms. beautiful landscaping FOR LEASE 10,000 sq. ft. store Cadillac Oldsmobile
C bath and back porch. Small down Member Multiple Listing fenced yard. fireplace. Located In MaryMoeller building, W. Unlv. Ave. Price $800 LET'S TRADE 2001 NW 13th St.
31 N. Main St. Phone FR 2-8404 FORD-
exclusive Florida FHA avlhabte. ,
payment to on* with good credit. Plr per mo. Call Hershall Haynes your tired air conditioner for a
1704 NE 1st Ave. Call 372-1S37. ASSOIATES: Call 376-12 Realtor FR tr-21 or B. F. Miiell FR rebuilt washer, freezer, refrlgerator -
ImmediateOccupancy Floye Mathlasen Irene Bunnell -
TWO bedroom CCB house with 3.3 or dishashr.
Capt. A. W. Reece USN. Ret. BEAUTIFUL '42
acres on Rocky Point Read. Call Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin landscaped corner lot In Wood 101' W._Unlverslf Ave. FR_-4471 SMALL warehouse for rent. A-l BUICK LeSabre, 4 door
372-03U after 5:00 P.M. DAN BYRD FR sedan automatic
: land Terrace. Llgustrum hedge 66 trnsmlslc
USED and redwood fence. 3 2! 43 Colored Property GRAND OPENINGNew power steering CLEARANCE
house. bath with refrigerator,bro I 376.826.SMLL a. Used Office Machines raio. heater, air conditioned
2 BR 1 bath frame space
heater $7,500 $400 down. S65mo. washer Included. Only SI7,0. HOMES FOR SALE business or office space lo All makes & models lo miles. ,-.?........ .$239J

1433 SE 1st Ave. Bud Robinson CHOICE two three and four bedroom C&P Call Fordyce 3741234.FORDYCE. 2 & 3 bedrooms. SE 14t St. & In 1600 block West Untver. Typewriters Adding machines. MELTON
7th Ave. slty Ave. For more information Cash Check protectors MOTORS
FR 2-29M. homes at convenient locations. Sm.1 payment reisters

t .. MOVING TO JUt Quality construction plus monthly payment $57 t $65. phone FR 6-3012. Fie cabints. calculators.EQUIP. 7 N. MAIN ST. F 6-7571 SALESHAW
bonus features such asr e a I Realty Also on your lot FOR STORE 8. WAREHOUSE :
plaster walls fully sodded lot. with no down payment. Ph. space call John M"rl Realtor.
6th St.
Will lifetime terrazzo floors GE central Multiple Listing Realtor FR 24125. 372-19. -p
..GREAT trade opportunity.
front heat adaptable to A-C GE Grace Fordyce. Broker ELECTRIC typewriter $95. Under.
trade beautiful water built-In and a II New. Quality Hugh Eowards built POOLECABLEMOTORS
oven range AssoIates 56 Business Opportunities wood office typewriter Goodcoitio
home In for
Mayport area yourGainesville
oo brick fronts rustic gas lamps. Harvey Beton Goulden home. Three bedrooms, 1 bath. Phone S 5
I. home or property sidewalks swim club member Co.Like O. Gay Dick Banks As low as $43. per month with -
t Custom bunt for ferocious beach ship. Frances Hough Sarah Goulden $2.000 down or will arrange termsto NEEDED
I living. Hugh Florida Room. 924 W. Univ. suit Located 643 CLARINET. wooden b-flat. reconditioned -
a ..threebedrooms. 37tr-12 byer. Nf 25 diesel truck not DODGE-DART
separate Family Room. tracor. more -
15th $25; Detecto baby scale S3;
-I .three baths. .Of No cash down VA.Low Stret. than 2 yrs. old for pulling
an old brick fireplace and In- Hugh Edwards Inc. leas rubber foam bed pillows SI ea TRUCKS
-. flea or den. .beautiful kitchen. FHA down. door barbecue? See our special 3 M Phone trailers in Central FlorIda.Permanent Remington Roll a matic elec. &

.. Many .Many custom features. Also conventional financing. BR. V/t bath ranch style In N.E. Vtr-797 Ilae. pay weekly. shaver $5 374-2639. 119 SE h! Ave.
Shaded by towering live oaks. Call terminal manager 9 to 5. 3724343w
.. Section. The price Is right LOT
.Win trade or sell outright. Contact Move in EVERY DAY I am buying several Mon. thru Frl. Winter Garden ATTIC SALE: Antique chime cock;
we have buyers asking for a 3 I Fla. $30. antique Iron shavelng stand.
Hugh Edwards Inc.. Allan This one so well built a subcontractor lots at th right price. Call Phone 6562772.APARTMENT I
br 2 bath central heat
& cent.
I $20; headboard $4;
Donman Sales manager. 3721551 bought It, then didn't get air wall to wall nearParochial BUILDING. U units, chest bshel $15; swivel chair KEETER

.. FOR THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE TomorrowVILLAGE married. See this new 3 BR, 1 2 & Clrpetln.. Hi- fairly new & modem located at $); gas water! heater in crate TROPICALPONTIAC
bath ranch in N.W. Gaines RENTALS 1222 NW 8th Ave..
"EVERYTHING. .EXCEPT a style School. Must have large familyrm hundred percent $30; reducing machine $25* dish

House with charm beauty cypress ville. ., be spacious with Ig patio occupied, grosses approx. es, Xmas gifts, misc. "Ox.b
\ panelling family room. outdoor barbecue, in excellent COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex $13.000 yr. If you have manager- Newberry Road. FR
:: parquet floors. Japanese s h u tters. GREEN For the man who wants the best conditon. We have it please call apartmt. large living and al ability and $20-25,000 cash thisis 5 weekdays anytime) w 2-07 afer 238 W. University
luxurious 2 BR home Florida dining kitchen with jands.
skylights. .-.near Univ. & us and let us show you the a real opportunity. Call I E.
and fan. large storage closets, terrazzo Fllterflow De 302 N.W. 8th Ave.
I Designed by arch room. separate dining room home. Harp. FR 65576. GOD clean GE
P.K. Yonge.
; 2. other special features too numerous floors tile bath space heat washer. Call FR 2-2434 after FR Phone FR 6-5371
tect. For Information call FR NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. to mention on a large lot er and hot facilities MONEY MAKER Neihbor 5:00 PM. 1.258

_032*. In Ideal N.W. location. cory for washing machines and grocery now $ -
One bed rm home In good condition 000 should do FOR SALE maternity wardrobe.
Immediate possession. paved streets. See at N.E. 26th per year
::::_ JBY OWNER, comer lot. off Archer Rd. PRICE of includes business sizes 10 & phone 374-2015.
J financing arranged. Not 1n a HUGHEDWARDS Looking for a building site? Among Ter. or call for appointment 372- SA5,0 12
near U.F. & Med center. $7000. store Inventory.PLUS .
f project. Call 372-1401. dayv or others we have a beautiful wood- S321 or 37-53. buiding. COSCO feed & table $ play
2 BR central heat- pay
* ed lot with 100 ft. frontage on & twin $15
ou rr pen ;
374-2748 evenings to see
,. U. S. South ft. COMFORTABLE ed residence plus another house p $10 1965 ENGLISH FORDS ARE HERE
. : l$00sn.ft.IBR.Ibeth.CCB 441 running 213 3 Bedroom 1 Bath 44 Cottages for Rent for rental plus space for t to B-4 bag luggage piKe ; ,
deep with a well and septic tank umbrella type ( $12;
NE 10th PI.
horn at '2f cloths
r, C B. home some furnishings. N.W. 7 trailers. TERMS AVAILABLE.Call .
: already there. car top $10. 620
ONE bedroom cottage furnished.
INC.North 110,900.0 211 N. W. 9th Ter. $50 per REDFRANKS REALESTATE NW 34th Ter. 374-4131. SEE THEM NOW.

Sun Want Ads Please let us show you these and INCOME Couple. Phone FR 618. month 7 N. E. 1st st. Phone 376-M17 KEEP your carpets beautiful despite -
Central Florida's Largest many others we have available.
Builder and Developer 3 Apt.. near school, corner lot. 1 BR. turn cottage on Santa Fe constant footsteps of a busy

JI 1 Furnished models at 2909 NE 15th Jack De Yot. Reg. Broker Est income, low down paymt. Lake all electri tiled shower. 59 Money Wanted family. Get Blue Lstr. Rent English Ford the only import with 24,000-24
Results electric shampooer McDanlell -
Get St.Vtr7971. Call 372-2511 or Come In $120. $50 per mth In-5 or
825 N. W. 13th St.It 372-8149. RELIABLE persons wise to bor- Furniture Co., Gainesville month warranty.
t INVESTMENT row Balance above Shopping Center.

Call us and let us explain how 45 Furnished Apts. $ has financed. Writ PRE SEASON until Quality increased-Prices reduced
you can invest In the future of Box c/o Gainesville Sun. SPECIA
Gainesville. We have many list- 5A. Oct. 19 only. size
to offer
f SERVICES Ings you. month. Phone $ 61 Wanted to Buy 2 cylinders plus complete normal
It 43 installation ready to heat AT CRANE MOTOR CO.

t .1 CLEAN 1 bedr apartment COINS WANTED economically all fo$44 65 total

MaryMoellerJ across from couples All U.S. silver cost. $15.55 .
ly. Call 372.2 s details.sso 0 dollars, proof and sets foreign and 1955 (only PROPANE d 516 S. MAIN ST. FR 6-2425-FR 2-3631

PER m clean etlcle private hal dollars. Archer Rd- FR 4-5110

.- Home And Business & etrance. clos in. REBEL & COIN SHOP THE new Funk & Wagnalls encyclopedia -

:. 1 per or cple. room 10 W. University Ave. 36 volumes, perfect con
S 321 NE Jd Make offer. See after 5
CASH for your used diti
aPIa John Tynef i laid.
THREE rooms, bath downtownarea
HOME REPAIRS Realtor adults, n pets water fur furr. dOlhi etc. cn o 3 N.E. 7 Ave. SEE OUR THREESENSIBLE
Bulldozing lam Srie Cter. Haw
nis. $55 per month. FR 2- CHAIRS dining ds use. 4 con
1019 W. University FR 64471Associates 421 FR ?-1433. tour shape finish $450
SMALL bulldozer loader dump HOUSE REPAIRS" PAINTING INDIAN head pennies Lincoln
lime rock. d Also 2 elec. hassock typefans.
trucks fill dirt. Top 20 experience ea.
soli. Phone 372-7144. E. W. Moeller Foster Kesler 46 Unfurnished Apts. lars old style paper money ea. Elec. hair clipperset
hone coins. W. Jr. s
376-0191 gold
I Carlo
Dick Durbm Sharon Grant Ph. 446-3345 $ 3723841.
member of multiple listing DUPLEX 28R CB. Ig. lot. u>> -
Heating Upholstery ty rm..$80 mOo Avail. Oct. 1. 724 BUFFET 2 mirror w.rr tb
64 Household Goods
t ApraIsa$ Air Conditioning _ _ NW 19th Ave. 372-8929 after 3:00 lavoratory ce. Ph

Service _ _ _ UPHOLSTER your furniture at FREDARNOLD PM. Shown by appt. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested
*72-3336 ALL Types RUloenlial Oil Healing reasonable prlcps. Call Sally DISTINCTIVE l-bedroom apartment 7324.Used Vacuum Cleaners

EquIpment leaned; ServicExperienc. fR 6-988L 424eel. suitable permanent end Guaranteed $ up some like new. SPECTACULARS
Call T. s. (Tommy) Howze. N. W 13th Tar.FR faculty member. Also furn.sil 1- 42* Reriato from from I up Call 374-7110 or see at 712 N.

2-t961. room apt FR tr-7. 17 Washers S u Main St.
Remodeling fr u Kirby Sates & Service
1 Dryers from $49

Mortgage Broker _ _ 47 Houses for Rent FUr 2 Food-Freezers from S up

_ _ DO YOU NEED. Flortda ro< MORTGAGE MONEY Ira room more room roof work. FORDYCE & ASSC 1 tram S35 .
W. have several for VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. H.P. Johnson excellent ;
per cent interest Terms to or mAv" a complete new iwme? CltlJ
2S years. For a free estimlte & gueran- $300 DOWN rent. Please call Fordyce and 419 N t Ave.Ph. 35 $85 cash. Or win trade
BUY BUILD REFINANCE teed Assc. 376-1236 for further infor- Evinrvde. Phone 376-
work. phone Carl C. this Jo o
Pay $41 like rent for quality mation. !
Waters 372-1049. 2 home on corner lot hi DISCOUNTPRICES 7
Dan Byrd Ph 376.3875 SANTA 1510" Sportscraft boat & Johnson
EXPERIENCED Call 2-3572 today FE LAKE furnish e d.
CARPENTER see. Three modemand 25 motor. Original Price
PItA and conventional .t lowest Paint and repair lobs performed by t clean. hs GR tp will sacrifice for $200.
current rates. Terms to 2S carpenter Who loves his trade. 5373. oly. 5 $
Auto Gloss years. Will gladly
_ _ obligation. Call' tomorrow. CONVENIENT to University. 3 Bedrooms THREE bedr 2 bat house O We undersell ever. 72 Office Equipment
J GlASS Is our only buslKIRKPATRICK.. Realtor Paper Hanging Painting oak floors. Needs reo Silver Lk near Kesto
AUTO Installation 31 N. MaIn Sf. Pb. FR 2-1191 TOe of All Kinds Linoleum rating. O"r equity I FURNITURE CO. i
..** Immediate Dry Wall COMPARE OUR PRICES
tree pickup a. delivery. A FRED 8 ARNOLD GREEN Wortt This looking my for.t trg.1 you SANTA FE LAKE CCB ctta NW 5th Ave at 10th St. Save o Tyie Adding M

beauty A v.lu t your REl tOR C. modern. 1 ea a. CLEAN used refrigerators for sale. Chi C Prfe Cas
tAAAULOIN'S, GLASS c FHA CNVENTON Minto 51-31 n bedroom. ay.1 S. Phone Phone Registe Cab
N.W. 4th St. F 6-ZSM. GR 5-5375 3S
1 ills W. UNIV o Roofing BEAUTIFULLoaded FOR SALE. 5 hot water nLWe
Auto :PH 33 with charm and extras. Both 4 BR home next to County Parkon ga with gas neater taR 3 UNIVERSITY buy used office "ais &

Equipment F. H. I a. Loans house grounds in top ci Hawthorne Rd. S10 per mo. gal. butane gas tank. Complete PROTECTOR

-_ _ _ FORDYCE ASIATES INe. C L HARREL tion. a eJ living Call John Baldwin 6-OC1 o wi gauges, 2 ca shallow F&E CHECK 2777 NW St. C.
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebulli& A C pecially $15. 00. Cal for FR 6 pumps I le Lewis '

exchanged Repair km for w. Univ. 1 UJ for all yr rooting needs and appointment. Just li1eSACIOS 2 BR house and also rooms for Jewelry cREPH'O 73 Musical Merchandise

walker Jacks. Factory authorized pair cal us ayi rent. quiet neighborhood.Phone .
Walker Hydraulic Jack OFFICE EQUIPMENT Ni Bahama lounge,

I Ae. HULLS BRAE 1900 so. ft. dining plus 675. ward Ce tlb BAY upright mirror pa good
Y SAVE Machine family fully equipped kitchen 3 BR 2 bath h $150 per m blond to. Call 372.31 0 362.

MIn. Fi 2-1497 S Have our $arvks Dp repaIr. S R. r Huge two car Can b. seen 16 N.W. 34tn di. apt.. si and electric other house-range, PRACTICE PIANOS
clean adjust Large tot In S.W. location. Upright $95 and
Advertising0OOKMATCH. dl 0 y maCALLSEWiNG VICE co 815 MACHiNE W. $- garage.Central neat and air Cit ONE bedroom hews t rent 1 h Ie Ave.Nearly FR Nu Furniture Used p. $495 a up U 3 Great new '65 Ramblers coming

-_ _ _ Excle servIce. Compare our Av. J13 We rpai U ing. Everything for grKI liv past St Field O ten site of t 6 Used organs $795 and .t
ADVERTISING ing. $2i400 with t r a a F f information. (1 WESTINGHOUSE GRIOLEY MUSIC
Mae wo CPAN
a MONOGRAM!NO contact 614. cross top freezer 1 Gainesville Ceer ,SEPTEMBER 23
.- Hank Blackstodc TELEVISION' 3BR house NE section nicely Phone VU. FR
372 2769.Appraisal 2n7 NW 6711 SI. ARNOLDREALTY furnished separate
screened dii r DOUBLE b$lSi 4 S win. WILL transfer t responsiote party
Service Plumbing FICTuRYUBE a.pir SpeciaL $1 Sat pc Ph 3H dow fa S crib 1 grill. choke of spinet o console
$1' COMPANY o s. $5. ptanes. Pick payments of WurMzer -

"" _ _ _ _ p In. Year t 111. mt Listing Member FR H74 good cii P Spinet up Piano trade back. RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.

-' .KD .UMOL SEER tNSTAU.ED Reconditlone TV's from SUS. 121* W Univ. Av*. 372-3522! 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. save I WurKUer OrI with

REAL ESTATE APPRS NEW p'U Mt fe' complete' JIM THE,VARIETY. 1s Av STORE Associates: .Kakman CaJdweU: FOUR BR,2' oaths, large house DELUXE,like'new Frigldairr cond.- S eli ra sound,- m. piano t Payments f- 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2433
$ o c w .
Gaiil PlumbI Tells wi years Ji. S Jimmy Greene I and For miles f town well. timer stolg e any d. EARL'S PIANO .,
Ult W. UNIV. AVE. PH J FR 1 P H nice secction. ao 372-299S.I Ave. 3744031.
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