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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 22, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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\[( :w WASHINGTON (AP) President he said. "I do not care about '

r''.' Johnson says he is going excise .your partisanship. I do know -
Johnson vows tax
l! .out to talk to the people and and I do care about your for four laps around the White
cuts. See 11.
Page
} '"look them in the eye," but leadership." House back lawn. As he pro-
'pledges '"I will be president gressed, he answered newsmen's
Then he proceeded to sound a
first", and not let questions.He .
campaigning the nation's highest office. campaign theme. It was that
I ;:: tterfere with White House du didn't think, he said, that ry
Topping this off, the President the country is "more prosperous 1. rkN
; when he held news conferencesthat
ties.He greeted a large aggregation of than ever before," is "better
he was making "a Demo-
made it clear at a news representatives of fraternal or- prepared than ever before" and cratic appearance. The Fed- > 4nn

conference Monday that while ganizations by telling them they is "more determined to preserve eral Communications Commis- .

engaged in "visiting all over were visiting their White House peace than ever before." sion reportedly can't agree on > "...h .

\ this.country" he intends to 'be and that the office he holds was Admitting a band of surprised whether televised versions of _

{ just about as nonpartisan as a "the office of all the people." tourists at a White House gate, such conferences requiresSee .F :.

i fellow can be and still run for'Hundreds"I do not know your politics," Johnson'led them and reportersA ( JOHNSON on Page 2) :

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f TULSA, Okla. (AP) Sen. Last Jan. 31, Goldwater said S' \
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! Barry Goldwater said today that if he were President he

I President Johnson has "hundreds Goldwater Keeps Raking would not debate an opponenton Ss c

of lives and hundreds of television. He said that a

lies to answer for" as a resultof President might make a slip in
Over Viet Nam
,his policy for South Viet PolicySaturday a television debate would could

Nam.,. be costly to U.S. security.

The Republican presidential So far, President Johnson has 55 S
nominee' described the fighting in Michigan.He face me before the world. I ask sidestepped the question of any : Y. "

in South Viet Nam as "a conflict hit the campaign trail of him debate." debate with Goldwater on nationwide E yv)_a. _
without end and without appar- again after taking a day off The prepared text had said, television.In CAP wtrepnoro TO nw Sun

ent purpose." Sunday and spending most of "I demand of him debate.' his Tulsa remarks, Gold- Air News ConferencePresident
"The situation in Viet Nam Monday taping a television Goldwater changed "demand"to water challenged the adminis- Open
seems to have deteriorated show in Gettysburg, Pa., with tration to provide full informa-
"ask" in delivering the Johnson holds. leash on his pet beagles "Him" and "Her" as he talks
from tion to the American
confusion to chaos in the former President Dwight D. people
with news reporters during a lap around the White House lawn Monday. Tourists also
past 24 hours," Goldwater said, Eisenhower. It will be shown speech. There was no explanation about the situation in South Viet
joined the President during the stroll. ,_
in a speech prepared for the tonight on a nationwide hookup. for the change. Nam.
,
7 1 first stop of a two-day campaign Mrs. Goldwater stayed behind -

swing through the SouthwestHe Monday night when the senator

added: "Reports of collapse flew down to Charlotte, N.C., for :
and crisis along the fight- his third stop in that state within THE WEATHER .

ing front, in the government, in a week.
the cities and in the villages More than 12,000 cheered and Oktesuilk "

have poured in." applauded in the Charlotte Col- Fair through Wednesday, Low

Goldwater began his cam- iseum as Goldwater challenged tonight 60 to, 65. NE winds 10 tut
; paign swing on his 30th wedding President Johnson to a televi- to 15 mph. '

anniversary. The trip will take sion debate."I .

10:1 the Arizona Senator and his wife challenge my opponent, 1' ..
through Texas and New Mexico, the interim President Lyndon
then back through the Midwest Baines Johnson, to face the ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY
Vol. 89 No. 67 GAINESVILLE FLORIDA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1964 DELIVERED 15c
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:, to 65 miles hour
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{ after becoming almost station-
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:. # .. ...".'. coast. .i HATsS
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: intensification and Be Needed
was expected \
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By JEAN CARVER
\ i ward. "Oh, ito," one member of the Gainesville City Commission '" .
... The Weather Bureau said hurricane moaned Monday 'night. "This means I'll have to take my wifeon Sun Staff Writer "

u' >O ., -*' force winds might reach more 'o(*the trips we take." Special legislation for a city-

..r'. ... .. the upper North Carolina coast his four fellow'commissioners in votingto
t ."'" ..$....f Despite this, he joined county tax assessment and ,col-
late
Tuesday night. allocate, enough funds in the new ,budget for lection program was approvedby
--.u.: Sea water washed ashore by commissioners to take their wives at city ex- the Gainesville City Com-
.. high winds and tides up to three ,
pense when they travel on city business.' City' mission Monday night.

:- r:* A.. fishing feet above village normal'on North flooded Caro-a "It costs me more to"get my wife ready to The action followed a committee -

,_ lina's sand banks and sent wa- go than to get her there' one- moaned Fathers conference on the possibilities -
rm: "With small children at home underthreemy
ter over highways from Cape two of a city-county assessing _
>. ,. wife isn't able to much," another ex- ,
:- -' go and tax collecting system between
t .t Hatteras, 50 miles south of .If OUlt -
"But I do think the at least,
) ( Manteo, was flooded by water plained. mayor, city commissioners and
.' / .. ..fI sweeping in from the ocean. should be able to have his wife along to help Tax Assessor Pierce Smith -

I 'AP Wirephoto to the Sun) The highway patrol said'It to' with the entertainment. and Tax Collector' Shellie McKinney -
\ The famed Fischer quintuplets are a healthy, playful group at their Aberdeen, S.D., 24 inches of water was rushing Commissioner James Richardson said Gainesville was one of the last week. .
home. They recently celebrated their first birthday. James Andrew, heaviest of .the through some of the village's few cities of 50,000'persons to his knowledge that did not have a City Attorney Osee Fagan

I children at 23 pounds, is hauled in a wagon by his sisters, Mary Magdalene, 'Mary streets. special fund for ,the, mayor's use. told the group last week that
Catherine, Mary Ann and :Mary Margaret. ':' The patrol said the sea was The proposal was made by Commissioner Alan Sutherland, an the program would require 'spe-
breaking over the coastal high- employe at Sperry. Sutherland said his firm does not provide legislation.
I north of Buxton, another expense money for wives traveling with their husbands.
way The city attorney expla i d
n e
Slow Agonizing Operation small village near Cape Hat- "Don't you see the tears streaming down my cheeks?" Mayor Monday night that Florida law

teras, making the road impass- Howard McKinney asked reporters.See delegates assessment authorityto
able. ( WIFE on Page, 2))
the city and any change in
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To Rescue 4 Men I II collection assigning the assessment or taX A
Trapped reponsibility must be
Saigon Labor Leaders Claim VictorySAIGON islation.covered in special enabling leg-


MERCURY, Nev. (AP) "It's ,a slow, agonizing process steel cable supporting the South Viet Nam troleum:;plants, tobacco facto- the rest of today as a holiday. Commissioner James Rich .

Workmen sought urgently todayto ," said an Atomic Energy electrical cable snapped about 6 (AP) The general strike in ries, most dock facilities, textile Premier Nguyen Khanh's ardson questioned city plans to

I extricate a mass of electrical Commission spokesman. "The p.nv Saturday and whiplashed Saigon was called off today factories and municipal bus- government announced striking include $57,000 in the new budget -
cable and free four men trapped workmen have never come up upward, striking and killing one Labor leaders claimed a "com es were still idle but were ex- workers fired by a leading textile for reassessing city property
1,800 feet underground in a nuclear against a problem like this be- man .and injuring three others, plete victory." pected to be back to normal plant would be reinstated. when the county recently

test shaft. fore. none seriously.The Communications were re- Wednesday. The general strike of 20,000 signed a contract for a county-
cable, thick as a man's stored., Electric power:_and water .Government sources said the workers Monday started in wide property reassessment%
U.S. wrist;llapsed in spaghetti- came on Monday; night Pe strikers: still out had been given (See VIET NAM on'Page 2)) that will include the city.
Destroyers like snarl and clogged the bot-
"It appears to me that it's
tom 300 feet of the 1,800-foot '5'
possible we might attempt to
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shaft. The shaft cylindrical and fbi} 'yf' "
coordinate this Richardson
steel-lined, is four feet in diameter ct : ot t".l'W-i '7;f ,
1"jr/p"jH'. ;'f 2.'f; said.
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Leave Tonkin Gulf 2 ./. ..
As; x' : ; .
i1 c. "J!,, 45c ?{(71 Commissioner A Ian Suther-
Three 35-man crews !in eight- j>{ % land Richardson's
WASHINGTON (APAmerican international waters. The Navy hour shifts were working at /.;M"4.J.li 4.y" opposed coordination -
destroyers were reportedout craft have been going into the extracting the mass of cable.. PQ'j i proposal noting that
a. 47 .
< : the had advisedthe
: city attorney
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Gulf of Tonkin three ; : js'S /w>: ;:'V '
of the today gulf periodically despite The trapped men were "com- 't:1'hJi4< JJi* A.."J commission of the legal
but what they hit there-if any- incidents since Aug 2. fortable and cheerful and were 4\'t '

thing-remained a mystery. The latest shooting occurredin settling down for a good night's ., } roadblocks.
"This (joint proposal) is a
Informed sources said the two the dark Friday when the two sleep," an AEC spokesman said ::24rS ; calculated risk," Sutherland

vessels which fired on radar- U.S. destroyers opened fire on Monday night. 1C 'C said. "We have a legal pathset

spotted targets Friday have what appeared to be menacingcraft :They were in a 30squarefootroom $ :a,x F "Sf forth in the Constitution to
been pulled out of the gulf be- showing on their radar with a 1 -foot ceiling, follow and we should follow that
tween Red Chinese and North screens. Authorities said the adjoining the base of the shaft th."
pa
Vietnamese coastlines after radar definitely locked onto and built to hold test instru- Richardson countered t hat
finishing their patrol on sched- solid objects. According to the ments for a nuclear test blast. St.
hiring a Petersburg assess-
U.S. account, there was no re-
Plastic-wrapped food was
ment consultant also the
put
ule.When turn fire and the objects disappeared
the
lowered' to men through a
another destroyer
patrol city in the position of taking a
from the radar
screens.
inch ventilation shaft
sail in left indefinite l -
was
will chance with the letter of state
but government sources U.S. sources said investigation The trapped men are, GeorgeR.

said U.S. vessels will continueto so far has produced no Cooper. Tucson, Ariz.; Art : law.He said he thought it "inter- :
exercise the right to roam evidence of hits, such as debrisor Luhnow,: North Las Vegas, and esting" to note that "afl of a *

floating bodies. A Navy team Lloyd 1... Shaw, Santa Barbara, sudden the city attorney's opinIOn ;
has gone to the Far East to Calif., all electricians and Leland r- has become sacrosanct and -

WHERE TO make an inquiry. It .is not expected Boeder a miner,, Pioche t I can remember other in- -

FIND IT week, back until late next Nev.Killed' stances, the SAE corner for example .:

by the lashing cable Jt'f '0> ,;,where' you didn't pay -,
Comics . 12 The Soviet news agency Tass was James c..Gray, 45, Indian I- Scholarship Award that much attention. i ii
.. Classified .'. 13.15 said Monday that the Americans Springs Nev. "We've matured with age" -

Entertainment 7 three fired of them.at five ships, sinking More than 100 undergroundtest < Rosemary Gilles of Gainesville,. :recipient of a I.,Hillis. Scholarship' *, at the Sutherland jokingly told Rich1

Obituaries . 2 blasts in as many differ- University of Florida's llth Annual Scholarship Convocation Monday,' receives, congrawlations ardson. -4''
.. Opinion, Page . 4 This seemed to come as a ent shafts_-have been cOnduct.. ,from University ,President J. Wayne Reitz, right, and Dr. Auga&t Heck- "We need some maturity on *, i"
Sports, . 9, 10Women's surprise to Washington officials, ed at the site at :Yucca Flats, schlr; left Director of the Twentieth Century Fund who was the Convocation speaker. this board' Richardson coun'' *.".
.;, .. 6 including President Johnson. He about 110 air miles northwest of tered. *
:/Iisg Gilles who Is majoring hi"..health,.education,:received the Miller award for .
'I (See TONKIN on Page 2)) Las' Vegan theTollege' of Physical Education and Health. (See TAXES on Page Z) : f


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I PEOPLE in the NEWS Scout Swim. Miller Protests



Meet SetOctober '. I Johnson's Got It
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II Br efly. 3 'Sleasy Smears'WASHINGTON .



The }Alachua Boy Scout District (AP) -Rep. other records to "favored col.I All OutAP -
Figured
swimming meet Will beheld William E. Miller said today he umnlsts and the Democratic

Oct.. 3 in the University of Is the target of "sleazy', unsub- National Committee."

Honda pool,' Jack. Sims, district -stantiated smears" and charged But, said the Republican vice II
that the Johnson administration presidential candidate "com-
executive, said today.More CHARLES BAILEY
By
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apparently had given tax and bined) cannot with '/:
than 25 scout troops they come up J.t Cowlcs Washington Bureau
and explorer posts have been any evidence which reflects on .. WASHINGTON-Somebody once said that
;w invited to my integrity and character." :; week
compete. Picks "A president is many men. Last Lyn
Trophies, originally. won last City He volunteered to testify if a don Johnson was all of them.

-- year by troops 21 and 376; will ull-scale investigation is opened He managed to be diplomat, peacemaker,

go; to the troops in the 11-12 and PersonnelDirector into alleged irregularities in the protector of national security, prophet of 'conservation .
14-and-up which win House of Representatives., Suchan ,, friend of ,
age groups explorer of outer space, .
f'a the most p<'ints. investigation does not appear little children and laboring men-and, in every
likely at this point.
Events for the 11.13 age group role, the complete politician.
Miller said the Johnson ad-
include 50 yard bacKstroke, 50- From Florida to the State of Washingtonand
yard breaststroke ministration apparently "has I back again, Mr. Johnson barnstormedthe
freestyle
50-yard -
Appointment of the city's first certain
: I placed at the disposal of
Q ; ,diving, 75-yard medley relay director nation. He even managed to fit in a quick
personnel was announced favored columnists and the
and 75-yard medley. visit to Canada, hiis first step onto foreign ,
by Bill Greenat Democratic
City Manager' National Committee
yw
soil since he took office. He consoled crippled
For the 14 and-up group, Monday night's City Com all of the facilities and recordsof
children and visited an ailing church leader.
events planned are the 50-yard mission the Internal Revenue
meeting. Bureau
He made speeches and he shook hands.
back> stroke 50-yard brf.ls' t- the of the
William H. Bradley, 1960 Department Army
he would hint
i Occasionally, drop a that he
stroke
100-yard freestyle, diving and "
other
graduate of the University of agencies.
was running for election as president-but not
150-yard( medley and .150- Florida and personnel assistantat As for allegations against
entire week
once in the did he mention the
j yard medley relay. himself Miller said he would :.e,wS4
; Sperry Electronic Tube ,Di- ,
:. aybcra name of his opponent. He did mention the
i UF coach Walter Welsch, assistant vision here, will assume the Position devote no further campaign Republican Party once or twice but only
professor of physical education time to answering them.
i on Oct. 1.
when saying nice things about some of its
,J .- is managing the meet. Green said 22 applicants from He said his responsibilities in members.

) ,.r Lansing Price, member of the throughout the southeast were the' campaign were to discussthe Q ,' .. Nevertheless, the President's week was
UF swim team, is expected to principal issues facing the 'L.. )
considered and Bradley was certainly his most successful politically since
d 4 .. exhibit diving.Ed chosen on the basis of his education nation "including the questions ", his nomination for the presidency. He was

-- K e, Davis, district camping: and experience in per of Lyndon Johnson makinga _........_- cheered in three West Coast states by the )
7 and activities chairman, planned sonnel administration. massive personal fortune (AP Wirtphot to the Sun) biggest, most enthusiastic and most spontaneous \

-- the program.Astronallt. After receiving his degree in during his years in Congress in PRESIDENT JOHNSON crowds he has seen since his roaring
an industry wholly controlled by Friend to all-even GOP
I welcome U
industrial, relations and personnel to Atlanta last serins.
the federal (and)
Task management Bradley was government He dominated the news, with ,
the obvious and white-
affiliated with the personnel de- coverup major pronouncements on nuclear
wash by the administration of i
:= (AP WircphoU t. the Sun) PENSACOLA (APThirteen partment of the Georgia Kraft the Bobby Baker case." GainesvilleCITY weapons and national defense -
of the 'nation's ,newest astronauts Co. in Macon. He joined the getting so much attention
John-John Visits Fair The Republican vice presidential -
that: they blanketed not only the
studied water survival at Sperry, staff in June of 1962. nominee commented in a
A the ,Pensacola Naval Air Station He and his wife and two child- issued his'' Republicans but some of the
: Trainer Dick Berg puts a seal through his paces today. ren live at 3001 NE 14th Dr.fcttuarit statement he headed through for President's own comments on
= for John F. Kennedy .Jr. at the Florida Pavilion of presS office as a other subjects including a I

: New York's World's Fair. It was John-John's first marathon campaign swing that COMMISSIONstaff major address proposing a new
to the fair and he will take him to more than 30 national conservation
: visit, was accompanied by a program.
.
':. family friend, two 'Pinkerton men and two>> Secret cities in 16. states over the next ; AV..V* And almost everywhere he _

Service men. I 12 days. Handed staff about the provisions of the went, the political news w as
: Most of the trip will be con City new ordinance and agreed with good, the omens favorable and 1.

Latin MissionPresident centrated the West and will Flood PetitionA most of the regulations. the local democrats optimistic .'

ELIZABETH. CASON Cake and SlerriIl.Teague servo include four. 'days in California, Although the only active op- In Washington and Oregon I

Charles de Gaulle ing as honorary pall bearers' which Miller has termed "a petition signed by 230 resi- position to the ordinance came which haven't voted Democratic t
Servicesfor.
RALEIGH FJa.
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Monday began his' strenuous strategic battleground" for the den ts of flood-prone westGainesville from Commissioner James Richardson since 1948, local leaders

and carefully .planned missionof Mrs. Elizabeth ,A. Cason, GEORGE 'YHITCOllBHAWTHORNE GOP in the election. was presented to during the long discussion were confident Mr. Johnson ;;

.introducing a French presence 80;will be.Wednesdayat 3. p.m. city commissioners Mon day Mayor Howard McKinney would win.

into South America. at the Archer Baptist Church. Services' forGeorg'e More AboutTonkin. night. cast the lone dissenting i "It's all uphill for us," was

Immediately hebegantodevel ,1!",.. She,died Monday at her home Whitcomb, 76, Hawthorne vote. the ruefully frank comment of
following an apparent-heart at : are :today at 3 'pju. in James Adkinson, whose Hol an Oregon Republican chief

op his theme tack. the Hawthorne Baptist Church ly Forest home was among AboutVietNam tain. "The President will win

that aside from I Burial will be in Oak Ridge with the Rev. Pres.ley Pender- those flooded during Hurricane More overwhelmingly," said the usually -

...- economic ties 3 Cemetery near Micanopy with grass officiating.Mr. Dora, said the citizens are seek: pessimistic Sen. Henry M.

that .may ,exist Rev. James Browning officiat .,Whitcomb, a retired barber From Page 1 ing town improvements Creek drainage in area.the Hog Jackson, Washington, Demo- I <

between Latin ] ing.Born died at his home Monday.He crat.

America and I in Putnam County, she was a native of Melrose said he knew nothing about the '"This is an urgent situation," From 1 In California, Mr. Johnson

-a. France, there | lived in Raleigh for 34 years. and a Hawthorne resident for Tass report and that newsmen he explained. "We're in favorof Page got a roaring, shoving welcome

is common poUtica l Her husband, J. L. Cason, diedin 25 years. had all the information the U.S. almost anything that can be'I support of them but produce from a Sacramento audi
interest -De G lle' 1952. done to improve the situation." other, more sweeping demands. ence. that easily totalled 7 0,-
has this.
Survivors include his wife, government on Government 000 on the state capitol grounds
.. 4 in substantiating the principleof Survivors include four children City Manager Bill Green said negotiators .apparently
Belle A. Whitcomb three
; Secretary of State Dean Rusk held the line against a andprobably ran close to 200-
sovereignty and interference
non Mrs. Jimmie Mrs. and officials
Sapp, city county are
t CARDINAL McINTYRE from outside.In daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Shu- told a Los Angeles news confer labor demand for repeal of a 000 if you added in the thick
Lonney Patterson, Lonnie Bryan continuing to study the area.
man and Mrs. Eileen W o o d- street crowds that lined his
state of
he would regulation
not
speculate on
'Exhausted'James Venezuela he declared: and Freeman Bryan, all of f ence The petition was referred to emergency
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bury, both of Plant City and the Russian claim. barring strikes. Instead the block motorcade route solidly.
"We cannot: admit the I
I rightof brother J. W. Ted the public works committee.
Raleigh
a ,
; Mrs. Louise Emig of Great Even in Salt Lake City,
any government was reported to
.: l Francis Cardinal McI [ *1)UsJuJdirection'state, externally. of to es- der II, Hampsted, Md.; three Falls, Mont.; two brothers, Robert : He added that the'United Mobile Home sign a decree banning.lockouts.It where there was only four

Intyre has l eenteleaed frdH i political affairs' economic sisters, /Mrs. Gallic Couellette, H. Whitcomb of 'Tampa States "is not going to be also offered a decree prohibiting hours' advance notice of the

: Rome's Calvary Hospital, a :''I believe in around them. Palataka; Mrs. Edna Cone,. and J. 0. Whitcomb of Jack. pushed out of the Gulf of Tonkin. Laws RevisedCity employers from firing work- President's decision to pay: a

s. week after he collapsed at the that all we oppression are agreement and all lake City; and Mrs. Ha Nobles sonville; a sister, Mrs. E. S.: He said the United States ers during the state of emergen quick call on 91 year old

3 opening ceremonies for the Vatican hegemony are excluded from Blackshear, Ga.; nine Gainey of Plant City; four will insist that the Communistsof commissioners Monday David McKay, president of the

: Ecumenical Council. our universe." grandchildren and 21 greatgrandchildren. grandchildren and two great North Viet Nam and China approved an ordinance governing cy.Some labor leaders concededthe Mormon Church, therev e re
... grandchildren.Burial realize that the gulf is an inter- home thick street crowds downtown .
mobile develop Communist Viet
r Cadinal McIntyre, Roman Cong apparently
of water not ;
national a
f: Catholic archbishop of Los An- Williams-Thomas Fu n era 1 will be in Melrose body ment in the city. was seeking to manip- to greet him.

geles, returned to his quarters More About Home is in charge. of arrange Cemetery, with Williams Thomas "Communist lake. The action revised present ulate the strikers. A number! of But if there were partisan

J .aQhe Pontifical North Amen. ments. Funeral Home_ in chargeof I There was speculation that regulations, establishing a separate unidentified persons not con- overtones and there certainly

.; calf College Monday. arrangements. PaH'! ear rs 1 the Russians might be puttingout o r d i nance governing nected with the labor leaders were the President seem- .
." WifeFrom L. B. HULL include Joe Wood. J. D. Mer-. the Tass story in an effort to trailer parks. urged strikers on to demon- ed not to hear them. When he \

I. ,:Doctors said medical tests on ritt, Aubrey' Middleton, John I prod more information: out 'of Reed Brown, local jun'or high strate.Monday, and some called made speeches, he disavowed

; the '78 year-old prelate were Services for L. B. Hull, 57, Whaley, Harry Baker and F. W. the U.S.. government. Another school teacher who is planning for a charge on the premier's partisanship to speak as president

"all satisfactory." They said he 1 1015 NW 13th Ave., will be Wed. Tyson. theory was that Soviets got this a trailer park on 39th Avenue, office uilding. Several thou- "of all the people. He
Page nesday at 10 a.m. in Jones- for and told
-: was overcome by exhaustion data from North Viet Nam told commissioners he talked sand strikers had camped in pleaded "unity"

::- and the heat when he collapsed "Can this, ,be jrelroactive with Johnson Dr.Funeral U. S. Gordon Home, chapel pastor A. R.. McKOONE though neither_ Hanoi nor- Peking with members of the fanning! front of, the building as rain nation his constituents of lovers. ,that.not "we haters.are" a

| In.:St.. Peter's Sept. 14.. former Mayor Commissioner, of. the' First 'has put it out. poured down.
Presbyterian MCINTOSH I- Azor Ray Mc-- Mobs He introduced Republicansfrom
% have run wild in sever-
.* ZH Byron Winn asked.. Church officiating. Koone, 58, of McIntosh, died With the latest Tonkin Gulf More AboutJohnson al cities in South Viet Nam dur- every platform, from Verm -

\ JEomic Hurt Phil Emmer, speaking from Mr.,Hull, who .died Monday Monday night .in Dowagiac, incident now simmering down, ing the past few days. 0 n is Sen. George: Aiken,

... the audience, urged! the unsal- after a short illness, was own-, Mich. State Department officials seem There still was fear .that along on the trip as head of a
"i Comedian Mort Sahl is in aried commissioners net to be er of Hull's Brake Service and I more concerned about the effortto Khan's shaky government joint U. S.- Canadian parlia-
York's Columbia Presby- Supply of.GainesviLe.A .. He was the owner and opera committee to Ore
stabilityin mentary
; New reluctant about ,YoUng for the promote government: would collapse.The ,
terian Hospital for treatment of appropriation."I native of Orlando, he came. tor of the McIntosh Hotel and Saigon which will allow effective mountain town of Ban Me gon's Gov. Mark Hatfield, who
a back injury to Gainesville from Miami in; was a produce broker. prosecution of the war met him at Portland and 'gave
; think most people in From 1 Thuot was reported calm in the
A hospital spokesman said today Gainesville who think about this: 1947. Mr. Hull was a memberof Funeral arrangements will be against the.Viet Cong guerrillas.A Page wake of a small-scale insurrection him a Myrtlewood bowl full of
T Sahl's condition was good, the First Presbyter ia r I announced Jones Johnson general strike of some 20,. LBJ campaign buttons.
will agree that shculd be by by mountain tribesmen
you broadcasters to offer equal timeto
but that he would remain in allowed to take wives when Church, Biscayne Bay LodgE Funeral Home. 000 workers has crippled communications which left 17 lowland Vietnamese Once in a while his prepared.
your I Johnson .
No. 124, F &: AM, Scottish Rite and utilities any opponent."I
the hospital for several weeks. you are giving so much of r public consider officers and soldiers dead. remarks included special
you don't
reviewing a
... SaM was admitted Sunday nigh t. time to this city," Emmer said. Masons, Mahi Temple Miami,, UF Student in the South Vietnamese capital. hurricane as a political thing," The tribesmen, trained and praise for Democratic senators
he fainted while riding in and the Gainesville Shrine Club. Demonstrators milled about and congressmen. Somehow,
Her armed the
U.S.
: Noting that "we'll read abou t: he said. "It could by Army Special
help you or
four He was past president of the Premier Nguyen Khanh's office Forces when he actually made the remarks -
in'
-::2 ;Jaxicab and injured ver this in"the morning, commis hurt This was in ref. camps outside Ban
said. Alachua County Riding H c rse Breaks Leg Monday during negotiations you. Me the praise came out in i
= 'tebrae, the spokesman sioners unanimously appovedthe erence to this recent visit to Thuot, overpowered their
Association, vice president oi f between union leaders and the less tone. *
partisan
suf a
Doctors said the comedian travel allocation for their hurricane-devastated of American advisers Sunday,
the Gainesville Lions Ciuo anda labor minister. areas At Miami, early In the week,
:* fered. from extreme fatigue. wives. In MishapA Florida and Georgia which butchered the lowland Vietnamese j
member of tIle Sheriff's said
f- Washington authorities with them and seized the he cut from, his speech aft-
Mounted Posse and Independ 27-year-o 1 d University of that while they do not want to some Republicans suggestedwas Ban Me Thuot radio station. er a barely muffled burst of irritation -
than
ent Garage Owner's Associa, make flat predictions at more political presi- at the ghostwriter who
|. Quits in Huff Florida student, Thomas S. Pat- any dential.He They demanded autonomy for a
tion. and this distance, they do not be- tribal put it in a critical referenceto
suffered broken leg new state.
A Capt. Ronald John .Robertson Survivors include his erno, a went on to say that he will
wife,, lieve the latest Saigon unrest is former President Eisen
multiple cuts and bruises Mon continue to be in and out of the Tension was heightened by
the Australian
who commanded Marcella,Hull two
State Law ; daughters,, leading to a general breakdown hower.
when motor the that Communist
day bumped by a possibility
,
=. carrier Melbourne when Mrs R. M. Davis of Gaines, White House and his duties
Jr. there. But he was running, and running
North Viet
scooter while walking across Nam had for the first
HI,Jr collided with a destroyer lasts vine and there'will have "first priority.
Mrs. Carrie Lou Bos-
hard and it. He
loving
W. University Ave. Monday. If there is a general collapse time sent full battalions into the ,
:F eb.10 has resigned from the On Travel well of Orlando "I will be president first, but
== ; a son, William Paterno Was listed in satisfactory in South Viet Nam, U.S. strate- we will be out campaigningwhen south to help the Viet Cong hopped from his car at every
i navy. Hull of Gainesville; his, condition today at J. gists would be faced with some guerrillas. chance to shake hands with J''
= The destroyer, Voyager, sank mother, Mrs.. H. H. Hull of Or, Hillis Miller Health Center.I I hard choices about what to do the opportunity permits" Khanh's government claimedits everyone he could reach. Doing -
the loss of 82 lives. Pri No ProblemA lando brother C. W. Hull to the extent it permits, he
jtrtth ; a with the massive U.S. program forces had amoushed two I this at ,Sacramento! left i
:|- "mary blame,for the collision off of Orlando; three sisters, Police said Kenneth D. Ep- to help the Saigon government said. enemy battalions just south of his hands puffed and scratched

= hew South ales was placed on state law banning travel at Mrs. B. H, Reynolds ana Mrs.T. person, 518 Murphry F., driverof stamp out Red insurgents.One the demilitarized acne Sunday, .- and his spirits so high that

the destroyer. public expense by famine of H. Mallory, both of Orlando, the scooter, hit Paterno while alternative would be More About killing 64 men. Gen. William C. lie .bounced up and down on tip-

1 Robertson reportedly resigned public officials apparently does and Mrs. George Johnson of Atlanta driving through the intersectionof withdrawal from the SoutheastAsian Westmoreland, commander of toe as he inspected the throng sat

E to protest his transfer to a shore not apply to the Gainesville Ga.Burial W. University and NW 17th country. But the United U.S. forces in Viet Nam, told Sacramento from the speak-

:: ,.s ation. Navy Minister Frederick City Commission, whose. members will be in Greenwood. St. States is deeply committed and TaxesFrom newsmen it was possible the two er's platform.
Chaney announced to the voted last night to pay Cemetery, Orlando. with members Paterno was charged with Ambassador Maxwell D. Taylor battalions were regular North What Mr. Johnson is doing,

House of Representatives today travel costs for their: wives: to I of the Sheriff's Posse, Les: walking against a traffic light. has said a U.S. pullout would Vietnamese units. He said this of course Is taking full advan-

-'that the resignation had been public functions.The turn over much of free Asia to 1 was being investigated. tage of the fact that he is the

.: accepted. 1963 Legislature enacteda the Communists, forcing the Page incumbent As President, he !

= law which spells ou: 'who] 3 TeenAgers MissingFrom United States back to its Hono- "Amen," Commissioner Ed UF PhysicistTo can assume a "nonpa,'jtical" i
.. :
may draw travel expenses lulu defense line.Washington's stance. As President, he can re- <

2 ..Pa Kettle Hurt Wives are not included. tactic thus is Turlington Richardson muttered.said he would Give Talk veal as he did hitherto se-

ww For example, when Alachu; Uome'Since Sunday still to back whoever it sees as go cret nuclear and oVfer.se develop v
with the motion to seek
:". Actor Percy Kilbride, known County commissioners altwlec <' 1 the leadership in Saigon. along University of Florida physicist ents., As President he.
= ?ttT millions for his film lole a s: the state county commissioners' Three Gainesville teenagers, 5-feet-2 110 pounds, brown enabling legislation if the commission John Kronsbein will talk to can attract a crowd better than 1 1a

Pa Kettle in "The Egg and I/', convention in Clearwater las t t two boys and a'\girl, have been hair. He was last seen at 8:30) would amend the actionto members of the Naval Reserve mere candidate for the of- i

:' was recovering today from ser. week, those who took- the i I- missing from their homes since pjn..Sunday, wearing tan trousers Single Catholic delete the $57,000 in the pro- Research Company 6-4, tonightat fice. f

r ious injuries suffered when he: wives themselves ,paid the ex-Sunday night, police chief W. and a black and white posed budget for the appraisal 7:15. at Bless Auditorium, in As President, he travels in an j

1 ""was struck by a car. penses. : D. Joiner, reported today. plaid'shirtAlso Body ApprovedVATICAN project. the U. of F. physics building aura of glamour his big Air t\.

1 ...J.{ lbride. 76, was walk n g i is.'ttiP1 : However, the act (Ch. 112.061) The boys, sons of. Mr!. JoAnn missing is Judy Griffis, Commissioner Byron Winn I Dr. Kronsbein, professor of Force jet gleaming as it coasts i

= retired actor Ralf Bel. also states that special or local Burnett, 525 NW 19th Lane, 17.5-feet.2. 123 pounds, brown!I CITY (AP) The said although he might agree mechanic a 1 engineering and up to the airport terminals, his

r mont, 72, who was Hilled in the laws shall prevail over general are: Buddy Ray Burnett.. 15, 5- hair. Missing since 10.30 p.m.] Vatican Ecumenical Cow cil with the deletion later, "this is physics and a research professor SecretService guards moving t

: accident Monday night law. .... feet-11, 175 pounds, black hair. Sunday, she was c'ad' in blue I voted overwhelming approval no time to discuss budget of metalurgy, has done pioneer along with him to add a touchof

Z w- Officers said Kilbride suffer Osee Fagan, ,city attorney, When last seen, at. 6.3C p. m. pedal pushers and a white today of the ida that the Pope items." work in electro microscopy mystery, local officials' of *.

'co head injuries and abrasions. said that the city charter gives i Sunday, he. was wearing light blouse. and all Roman Catholic bishops Commissioners told Smith and with Dr. T. A. Welton at whatever political persuasion

2 "The driver of the car, Geralt I the city commission .authorit;y blue. jeans, a blue' checked Anyone seeing the .missing' form a single body a. major McKinney they wanted to con Oak Ridge Laboratory, Tenn.!falling over each other;to cooperate I 9

Beckhahn, was held on suspi. to pay travel expenses of wiveif s I shirt and grey jacket.! youths is requested to notify; step toward, shared papal tinue discussing the joint program The public also is invited to' and help wit and"get" In 1

-L cion of manslaughter. it wants to. Thomas William Burnett, '14, police. episcopal authority. with them. attend the lecture. I' the pictures. with-r., -nim..-" T f:
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.. 2 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, September 22, 1964

= .

, PEOPLE in the NEWSLj&iefiy. Scout Swim. Miller Protests



r I ..:;;:' Meet Set-\ ,. 'Sleasy Smears'. .. r Johnson's Got It



.. October 3 .


The Alachua Boy Scout District WASHINGTON (AP) -"R.ep.' other records to "favored columnIstS I All Out

swimming meet Will be William E. Miller said today he and the Democratic Figured

held,Oct.. 3'J in the University of is the target'of "sleazy', unsub- National Committee." i

Florida pool, Jack. Sims dis- stantiated smears" and charged But, said the Republican vicepresidential '1
trict that the Johnson administration candidate "com- .
executive said
todny. : By CHARLES BAILEY
:. More than 25 scout troops apparently had given tax and bined they cannot come up with k Cowles Washington Bureau

aura and explorer posts have been any evidence'which reflects on WASHINGTON-Somebody once said that

.P invited to compete. my integrity and character." .. .. .' x:" .. ., -. ". "A president is many men." Last week, Lyn-
City Picks He volunteered to if iT. .
testify a
Trophies, originally won last
don Johnson was all of them.
.. ;. year by troops f' and .376J! will full-scale investigation is opened N ; He managed to be diplomat, peacemaker,

m&a go[ to the troops in the 11-11 and into alleged irregularities in the ...,,.."'-.... protector of national security, prophet of conservation .
PersonnelDirector : .
: : "
.
I ; ; b tnd-up age groups which win House of Representatives. Suchan explorer of outer space, friend of ,

: the most points. investigation does not appear little children and laboring men-and, in every .

Ij Events for the 11.13 age group likely at this point. role, the complete politician.
Miller said the Johnson ad-
It.j & include 50-yard bacKstroke, 50- ministration "has From Florida to the State of Washingtonand
A.I yard breaststroke, 50-yard freestyle apparently back again, Mr. Johnson barnstormedthe
of the
Appointment city's first placed at the disposal of certain
I f 6 diving, 75-yard medley re- director nation. He even managed to fit in a quick
personnel was favored columnists and the
announced
AJ lay and 75-yard medley. visit to Canada, hiis first step onto foreignsoil
by City Manager'Bill Greenat Democratic National Committeeall
since he took office. He consoled crippled
For
sii, the 14 and-up group, Monday night's City Com- of the facilities and recordsof i
children and visited an ailing church leader.
- events planned are the 5<.-yard ,;
mission meeting. the Internal Revenue Bureau,
jf back stroke He made speeches and he shook hands.
f 50-yard brca t- I'
s William the of the
+ H. Bradley, 1960 Department Army
he
stroke Occasionally, would drop a hint that he
100-yard diving
$ freestyle, and "
graduate of the University of other agencies.
w yx s'9 was running for election as president-but not
150-yard and
medley .150- Florida and personnel assistant As for allegations against
yard medley : once in the entire week did he mention the
2i relay. at Sperry Electronic Tube .Division himself, Miller said he would name of his opponent. He did mention the
i UF coach Walter Weisch, assistant here, will assume the devote no further campaign
position Republican Party once or twice but only
I f professor of physical education on Oct. 1. time to answering them. when nice
)' V owa I saying things about some of its
is managing the meet. Green said 22 applicants from He said his responsibilities in members.
i Lansing Price, member of the throughout the southeast he' campaign were to discuss .y s yV.YJ.Yr Nevertheless
were < the President's week was
r UFo swim team, is expected to considered and Bradley was the principal issues facing the '.'It. '. I certainly his most successful politically since
exhibit .
diving.Ed
j chosen on the basis of his edu- nation "including the questions his nomination for the presidency. He was

Davis, district camping cation and experience in per- of Lyndon Johnson making cheered in three West Coast states hv the

J : and activities chairman, planned sonnel administration.After a massive personal fortune CAP WirepfIOt.-t. thl Sun) biggest most enthusiastic-Md most-spontan-;; (

: the program.Astronaut. receiving his degree in! during his years in Congress in I PRESIDENT JOHNSON eons crowds he has seen since his roaring I
industrial relations and an industry wholly controlled by Friend to all-even GOP welcome tn Atlanta last enrino \:

I Task nel management Bradley person-was' the federal government (and) He dominated the news,'with i "
the obvious and white-
affiliated with the personnel de- coverup :1J 1WJAJJn. :SVIY.NYNAMA' major pronouncements on nuclear -
m. wash by the administration of
= (AP WtrtphoU t. tile Sun) PENSACOLA (AP) Thirteen partment of the Georgia Kraft the Baker GainesvilleCITY weapons and national defense -
Bobby case.
of I the nation's ,newest astronauts Co. in Macon. He joined the getting so much attention
John-John Visits Fair The Republican vice presidential -
that they blanketed not only the
studied
water survival atthe Sperry. staff in June of 1962. commented in
nominee a
Pensacola Naval AirSta- He and his wife and two children Republicans but some of the
t r Trainer Dick Berg puts a seal through his paces tion today.in live at 3001 NE 14th Dr. statement issued through his President's own comments on
for
= for John F. Kennedy .Jr. at the Florida Pavilion of press office as he headed a other subjects including a I.

: New York's World's Fair. It was John-John's first marathon campaign swing that COMMISSION major address proposing a new

:- visit to the fair and he was accompanied by a will take, him to more than 30 national conservation program.

':. ..family friend, two Pinkerton men and two Secret fcttuarte t5 cities in 16. states over the next And almost everywhere he F

.;.. Service men. 12 days.: Handed staff about the provisions o! the I went, the political news w as J.
.. -.. 'e6 -- -- Most of the trip will be concentrated City new ordinance and agreed with good, the omens favorable and f

Latin Mission in the West and will Flood PetitionA most of the regulations. the local democrats optimistic. .'

-.. ELIZABETH. CASON Cake and Sherrill Teague serving include four, 'days in California, Although the only active opposition In Washington and Oregon I

f President Charles de Gaulle: as honorary pall bearers. which Miller has termed "a petition signed by 230 resi- to the ordinance came which haven't voted Democratic -
RALEIGH. Fla. Services
Monday began his' strenuous, strategic battleground" for the den ts of flood-prone west from Commissioner James Ri- since 1948, local leaders :

and carefully planned mission I for Mrs. Elizabeth A. Cason, GEORGE WHITCOMB GOP in the election. Gainesville was presented to chardson during the long dis- were confident Mr. Johnson ..,
80 will be 3 .
of.introducing 'a French presence Wednesdayat p.m.at city commissioners Mon day cussion, Mayor Howard McKin- would win.

into.outh! America. the Archer, Baptist Church. HAWTHORNE Services' forGeorg'e More About.Tonkin. night ney cast the lone dissenting 1 "It's all uphill for us," was
Immediately he ., She,died Monday! at.her home Whitcomb, 76, Hawthorne vote. the ruefully frank comment of
began to devel-I y following an' apparent-heart- ; attack ; are ;today at 3 'pji in James Adkinson, whose Hol- an Oregon Republican chief-

op his theme t : the Hawthorne Baptist Church ly Forest home was among tain. 'The President wjll win
More ,About
that aside from Burial will be in Oak Ridge with the Rev. Presley: Pender- those flooded during Hurricane overwhelmingly," said the usu-

...- i i Cemetery near with grass officiating.Mr. Dora, said the citizens are seeking -
economic tie f s', Micanopy ally pessimistic Sen. Henry M. *

that .may exist :: Rev. James Browning officiat- Whitcomb, a retired barber From Page 1 town; improvements Creek drainage in area.the Hog- Viet NamFrom Jackson- Washington, DemoH f

between Latin ing.Born died at his home Monday.He crat.

America and \i in Putnam County, she was a native of Melrose said.he knew nothing about the '""This is an urgent situation," 1 In California, Mr. Johnson:

France, there j I lived in Raleigh for 34 years. and a Hawthorne resident for Tass report and that newsmen he explained. "We're in favorof Page got a roaring, shoving wel-

is common po-I Her. husband, J. L. Cason, died 25 years. had all the information the U.S. almost anything that can be support of them but p-oducec come from a Sacramento audience -
eo litical interest -DC G Uein 1952.---- I has this. done to improve the situation." other, more sweeping demands that easily ,totalled 7 0-
Survivors include his wife, government on
Government 000 on the state capitol groundsand
.. substantiating the principleof Survivors include four chil- City Manager Bill Green said negotiators ap-
Belle A. Whitcomb; three held the line probably ran close to 200-
.. Secretary of State Dean Rusk parently against a
sovereignty and interference
non dren, Mrs. Jimmie Sapp, Mrs. city and county officials are
daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Shu- if added in the thick
1 CARDINAL McINTYRE : from outside. told a Los Angeles news confer- labor demand for repeal of a 000 you
Lonney Patterson, Lonnie Bryan continuing to study the area.
man and Mrs. Eileen Woo d-
lined his
street crowds that
In I ence he would not speculate on state of emergency regulation
Venezuela he declared
'Exhausted' : and Freeman Bryan, all of The petition was referred to '
I bury, both of Plant City and
"We ,cannot admit the the Russian claim. barring strikes. Instead the block motorcade route solidly.
rightof Raleigh a brother, J. W. Ted the public works committee.
; Mrs. Louise Emig of Great't !
Even in Salt Lake City,
any Stale government was reported to
.: James FjrancisCardinal Mc1 a1)Ushyiittction--of, externally, to es- der II, Hampsted, Md.; three Falls, Mont.; two brothers Robert He added that the'UnitedStates sign a decree banning.lockouts.It .; where there was only four

Intyre has b>$enireleased froSdI :of"political affairs around economic sisters, //Mrs. Callie Couellette, H. Whitcomb of 'Tampaand "is not going to be Mobile Home also offered a decree prohibiting hours' advance notice of the

Rome's Calvary Hospital, a I believe in them. Palataka; Mrs. Edna Cone, J. 0. Whitcomb of Jack pushed out of the Gulf of Tonk Laws Revised employers from firing work- President's decision to pay a

-. week after he collapsed at the that all we oppression are agreement and all Lake City; and Mrs. Ha Nobles sonville; a sister, Mrs. E. S. in. He said the United States ers during the state of emergen- quick call on 91 year old

: opening ceremonies for the Vat- hegemony are excluded from B1 a c k she a r, Ga.; nine Gainey of Plant City; four will insist that the Communistsof City commissioners Monday David McKay, president of the
Ecumenical Council. grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren and two great- North Viet Nam and China cy.Some
lean our universe." I approved an ordinance governing labor leaders concededthe Mormon Church, there v: e re
grandchildren. grandchildren.Burial realize that the gulf is an international home thick street crowds downtown ito
mobile development Communist Viet
Cadinal Roman Cong
r Mcintyre, ap- "
of water not a
: Catholic archbishop of Los An-I Williams-Thomas Fu n era 1 will be in Melrose body in the city. parently was seeking to manip- greet him.

:j geles, returned to his quarters More About Home is in charge of arrange- Cemetery, with Williams' Tho- Communist lake. The action revised present ulate the strikers. A number! of But if there were partisan

:: .atUhe Pontifical North Ameri-. ments. mas ,Funeral Home in chargeof There was ,speculation thai, regulations, establishing a sep- unidentified persons not con- overtones and there certainly
-c College Monday. I arrangements. -Pallbearers' the Russians might be putting: arate o r d i nance governing nected with the labor leaders were the President seem-

... WifeFrom L. B. HULL include Joe Wood. J. D. Mer- out the Tass story in an effort to I trailer parks. urged strikers on to demon- ed not to hear them. When he i t

I doctors said medical tests on ritt, Aubrey' Middleton, John prod more information: out 'of f!: Reed Brown, local jun'or high strata.Monday, and some called made speeches, he disavowed

; the '78 year-old prelate were Services for L. B. Hull, 57, Whaley, Harry Baker and F. W. the U.S.. government. Another, school teacher who is planning for a charge on the premier's partisanship to speak as "presi-
"all satisfactory." They said he 1 1015 NW 13th Ave., will be Wed- Tyson. theory was that Soviets got this i a trailer park on 39th Avenue, office uilding. Several thou- dent "of all the people. He
Page nesday at 10 a.m. in Jones- he talked pleaded for "unity" and told
was overcome by exhaustion data from North Viet Nam told commissioners sand strikers had camped in

;- and the heat when he collapsed "Can this, .be .retroactive?" Johnson Funeral, Home chapel A. R.. McKOONE though neither Hanoi nor. Peking with members of the banning! front of the building as rain his constituents that "we are" a
with Dr. U. S. Gordon Infers.
lovers
pastor nation of .not
., .
14. down.
in St Peter's Sept. brmer has put it out. poured
:: : Mayor Commissioner, oi the" First :
Presbyterian He introduced Republicansfrom
MCINTOSH Azor Me-
Ray
1 E asked. Mobs have run wild in sever-
: Byron Winn Church officiating:' Koone, 58, of McIntosh, died With the latest Tonkin Gulf More AboutJohnson al cities in South Viet Nam dur- every platform from Ver-

;: JBomic Hurt Phil Emmer, speaking from 'Mr.,Hull, who ,d led Monday Monday night -in Dowagiac,, incident now simmering down, ing the past few days. m 0 n is Sen. George: Aiken,

.= the audience, urged the unsal- after a short illness, was own Mich. State Department officials seen, There still was fear that along on the trip as head of a
"i t Comedian Mort Sahl is in aried commissioners net to be er of Hull's Brake Service' and more concerned about the effort t Khan's shaky government joint U. S.Canadian parlia-
New York's Columbia Presby Supply of-GainesviLe. He was the:owner and operator stabilityin mentary committee to Ore-
= reluctant about voilng for the to promote government: would collapse.The ,
terian Hospital for treatment o f appropriation. A native of Orlando, he cameto of the McIntosh Hotel and Saigon which will allow effective mountain town of Ben Me gon's Gov. Mark Hatfield, who
Gainesville from' Miami in was a produce broker. of the met him at Portland and
back war gave
E a injury prosecution
"I think most people in From 1 Thuot was reported calm in the
Page
A hospital spokesman said toT -, Gainesville who think about this 1947. Mr. Hull was a memberof Funeral arrangements will be against the Viet Cong guerrillas.A wake of a small-scale insurrection him a Myrtlewood bowl full of

day Sahl's condition was good,, will agree that you shculd bem the First Presbyter ia n, announced by Jones Johnson general strike of some 20- broadcasters to offer equal time by mountain tribesmen :LBJ campaign buttons.

but that he would remain I allowed to take wives when Church, Biscayne Bay Lodge Funeral Home. 000 workers has crippled communications which left 17 lowland Vietnamese Once in a while his prepared.
5 the hospital for several weeks your No. 124, F & AM, Scottish Rite and public utilitiesin to any Johnson opponent."I remarks included special
you are giving so much of officers and soldiers dead.
jour: don't consider
reviewing
=* Sahl was admitted Sunday nigh t: time to this city," Emmer said. Masons, Mahi Temple, Miami, UF Student the South Vietnamese capital. hurricane "a The tribesmen, trained and praise for Democratic senators
as a political thing,
'tabor he fainted while riding inSDCJaxicab and the Gainesville Shrine Club. Demonstrators milled aboutPremier and Somehow,
:: Noting that "we'll read about he said. "It could armed by the U.S. Army Special congressmen.
help
and injured four ver, this in the morning," commissioners He was past president of the Nguyen Khanh's of you or Forces in'camps outside Ban when he actually made the remarks -
hurt This in ref
said Alachua County Riding H c rse Breaks Leg fice Monday during negotiations you. was the praise came out in
= "tebrae, the spokesman unanimously approved erence to this recent visit to Me Thuot, overpowered their t
Association, vice president of f and the
: between union leaders less tone. .
Doctors said the comedian suf. the travel allocation for their hurricane-devastated of American adviser.; Sunday, a partisan ;
the Gainesville Lions Ciao anda labor minister. areas At Miami, early m the week,
\ fered from extreme fatigue. wives. In Mishap Florida and Georgia which butchered the lowland Vietnamese t
member of the Sheriff'sMounted said
authorities
L Washington with them and seized the he cut from his speech after
s Posse and Independent that while they do not want some Republicans suggested muffled burst of Irritation
A 27 year.o I d University of tot than Ban Me Thuot radio station. a barely
| Quits in Huff Garage Owner's Associa- Florida student, Thomas S. Pat-, make any flat predictions was dential.more political 'presi- They demanded autonomy for a at the ghostwriter who
tion. this distance, they do not believe put it in a critical referenceto
suffered a broken leg and: new tribal state.
erno,
Capt. Ronald John Robertson Survivors include his wife He went on to say that he will
the latest Saigon unrest is former President Eisen
who commanded the Australian State Law Marcella,Hull two daughters multiple cuts and bruises Monday -, breakdown continue to be in and out of the Tension was he 6ht r.ed by
; leading to a general hower.
when bumped by a motor the possibility that Communist
,
= carrier Melbourne when White House and his duties
Mrs R. M. Davis Jr. of Gainesville
there.If But he was running, and running
scooter while walking across North Viet Nam had for the first
=.:If collided with a destroyer las t and Mrs. Carrie Lou Bos- there'will have "first priority.
W. University Ave. Monday. 'there is a general collapse time sent full battalions into: the hard, and loving It. He
:Z cb.10, has resigned from the! On Travel well of Orlando Willi- "I will be president first, but
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Paterno was listed in satisfactory in South Viet Nam, U.S. strate- we will be out south to help the Viet Cong hopped very
navy. am Hull of Gainesville; his would be faced with campaigning chance to shake hands with
condition today at J., gists some guerrillas. t
The destroyer, Voyager, sank mother Mrs. H. H. Hull of Or- when the opportunity permits '
= ;, he could reach. Doing
do
Hillis Miller Health Center. hard choices about what to hesaid. Khanh's government claimedits everyone
to the it
with the loss of 82 lives. Pri- No Problem lando; a brother C. W. Hull, with the massive UJ5. program extent permits, forces had amoushed two this Sacramento left
blame for the collision of f of Orlando three sisters, Police said Kenneth D. .
\ mary ; Ep-. to help the Saigon government tbe enemy battalions just south of his hands puffed and scratched
: hew South Wales was placed on A state law banning travel at Mrs. B. H, Reynolds ana Mrs.T. person, 518 Murphry F., driverof stamp out Red insurgents. the demilitarized zcne Sunday, and his spirits so high that

the destroyer. public expense by famine of I H. Mallory, both of Orlando, the scooter, hit Paterno while One alternative would More AboutTaxes killing 64 men. Gen. William C. he ,bounced up and down on tip

1 Robertson reportedly resigned, public officials apparently does' and Mrs. George Johnson of At- driving through the intersectionof I withdrawal from the SoutheastI t Westmoreland, commander of toe as he inspected the throng a

Z to protest his transfer to a shore! not apply to the' Gainesville lanta, Ga.Burial W. University and NW 17th I Asian country. But the .Unit ed U.S. forces in Viet Nam, told at Sacramento from the speak-

:: '.5 tation. Navy Minister Freder. City Commission, whose members will be in Greenwood St States is deeply committed and newsmen it was possible the two er's platform.

= ick Chaney announced to the! voted last night to pay Cemetery, Orlando, with memo Paterno was charged with. Ambassador Maxwell D. Taylor battalions were regular North What Mr. Johnson is doing,

: House of Representatives today, travel costs for th ur. wives: to bers of the Sheriff's Pos fI, Les walking against a traffic light has said a U.S. pullout would Vietnamese units. He said this of course, is taking full advantage -

? .ihat the resignation had been I public functions. -- -- -- turn over much of free Asia to From 1 was being investigated. of, the fact that he is the

w accepted. The 1963 Legislature enacteda the Communists, forcing the Page incumbent. As President, he ;
,
= s law which spells ou: 'w h 0 3 TeenAgers Missing United States back to its Hono- "Amen," Commissioner Ed UF PhysicistTo can assume a "nonpa jtical'
may draw travel expenses lulu defense line.Washington's stance. As President he can reveal I

2 .....Pa Kettle Hurt Wives are not included. From Home tactic thus is Turlington Richardson muttered.said he would Give Talk as he did hitherto se-
w For example, when, Alachu i1ce Sunday still to back whoever it sees as go cret nuclear and defense developments. v
Z: *"'.'Actor Percy Kilbride, known I County commissioners ati wte the best leadership in Saigon. along with the motion to seek I University of Florida physi- As President he.

= ,;Ur millions for his film role a s; the state county commisvoners Three Gainesville teenagers, Sfeet2. 110 pounds, brown enabling legislation if the commission cist John Kronsbein will talk to I can attract a crowd better thana I

; Pa Kettle in "The Egg: and I,'', convention in Clearwater last two boys and a1.girl, have been! hair. He was last seen at 8:30 I would amend the actionto members of the Naval Reserve mere candidate for the office

was recovering today from ser. week those who toot their missing from their homes since pjn..Sunday, wearing tan trousers Single Catholic delete the $57,000 in the proposed [Research Company 6-4, tonight ,

r ious injuries suffered when h e! wives'I themselves paid ,the ex- Sunday night, police chief W. and a black and white budget for the appraisal !at 7:15, at Bless Auditorium, in : As President, he travels in an t

1 ".was struck by a car. penses. '- D. Joiner, reported,today. plaid shirt Body Approved project the U. of F. physics building. aura of glamour his big Air *

%,..Kilbride, 76, was walk n g: However, the act (Ch, 111061() ) The boys, sons of'Mr!. Jo Also missing is.Judy Griffis, Commissioner Byron Winn I Dr. Kronsbein a.professor of Force jet gleaming as it coasts i'
ith-- retired actor Rail Bet also S-feet-2 VATICAN CITY AP The said although he might agree I mechanic a 1 engineering and to the airport terminal his
Z ,! states that special or local Ann Burnett 525 NW 19th Lane, 17,' 123 pounds, brown ( ) up ,
r mont, 72. who was Killed in thE! laws shall prevail over gen-: are: Buddy Ray Burnett. 15. 5- hair. Missing since 10.30 pjn. Vatican Ecumenical Council with the deletion later "this is physics and a research professor I Secret Service guards moving

accident Monday night eral law. fc .... _. feet-11, 175 pounds, black hair. Sunday she was c'ad' in blue voted overwhelming approval no time to discuss budget of metalurgy, has done pio- :along with him to add a touch ,

Z *_ Officers said Kilbride suffer Osee Fagan, ,city attorney, When last seen,'at. 63C p.m.- pedal pushers and a white today of the idea that the Pope items." neer work in electro microscopy of mystery, local officials of 1

3 led head injuries and abrasions. said that the city charter gives Sunday, he was wearing light blouse. and all Roman Catholic bishops Commissioners told Smith and with' Dr. T. A. Welton at whatever political persuasion :

Z m "The driver of the car, Gerald l the city commission, authorit: blue jeans, a blue checkedshirt Anyone seeing the ,missing form 'a single body a major McKinney they wanted to con- Oak Ridge Laboratory, Tenn. falling over each other to co- I i

Beckhahn, was held on suspiscion -. to pay travel expenses of wivesif and grey jacket youths is requested to notify step toward shared ''papal- tinue discussing the joint program The public also is invited to operate and help out and"*get in *

of manslaughter. it wants to. Thomas William Burnett, 14, police. episcopal authority. with them. attend the lecturer _,.. the- pictures' ** with- -aim.* ,
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day Low tonight 60 to 65. F S Hubert H. Humphrey has made

North to northeast winds 10 4\ ublic his assets down to the r
lollar and turns out to be last -
to 18 miles per hour. Ir a r
>r first, depending on how you
.A Clear to partly cloudy Wednes e, 1 ; I ook at it in the presidential
day. No Important temperature chang-
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f es. Lowest tonight 66 to 70. Easterly 'S e and vice .presidential financial
winds 8 to 18 miles per hour.D ''erby.

'__ Mostly fair I through Wednesday.Low The Johnson, Goldwater and 1
tonight in the 60s. North to northeast -
winds 12 to 20 miles per hour. + Miller returns ___ I .T FA MIL VPAdAM Yr r
7 EH Mostly fair through Wednes ilready were in -t
$ day. Low tonight near 70. Northeaster oCsftia '
}6 Then the Min-
l ,. ,ly wlpds 10 to 18 miles per hour. 1i
-f icapolis ac-
F.G.I J K Partly cloudy through A
) Wednesday with I few local showers. GAINESVILLE WEATHER ounting firm of I
Low tonight In the 70s. "ouche, Ross, .
t TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Municipal Airport readings for Sailey & Smart 1i ,

( Jacksonville High 80 Uw 43 Prccip. 24 hours to 8 a.m., today: "eported Mon- .-

Miami Tampa, 87(4 70 73 .40, High 80 at 2 p.m., low 62 at 'lay that Hum- 1

' .. Atlanta 78 63 2 a.m. Rainfall .03 inches. phrey and his 1 -r

4 New New Orleans York .86 70 63 ALMANAC wife.__ have---. total_- W'. -.-_ i PA' -r
J WashingtonChicago I 86 :: 01 Sunset today ........... -. 4'J/ p.m.I assets. of $171-
\ 84 61 .01 Sunrise tomorrow ........,. 4:18 .m. 396. HumphreyThis 1
t Kansas City 76 65 ....... ... 7 25 UAIITY
I .. Ftr Denver Worth 82 70 46 71 A Moonrise Last Quarter tonight..H........... Sept.p.m.28 is within striking distance r Q : _:.
f Los Angeles 78 35 The Sun enters the Sign of Libre to- of the $260,730.57 in net DI5C0UKI lS'.1 ,. convenient Accoont
tn1 Autumn
ends Charge
officially p Open a
.05 day Summer
+ Seattle 40 ............
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begins at 7.17 p.m. assets credited to Republicanvice .: .
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f CEDAR KEY TIDES PROMINENT STARS William ,ll JUST SAY "CHARGE ft" r
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Wednesday High at J:14 a.m. and The Big Dipper sinking in tM northwest presidential candidate t ri
I J:44 p.m. Low at 8:34 a.m. and t:51 p.m. at moonrise. E. Miller and his wife. u l your account can be opened In rI

I But it's a long way distant from minutes with no waiting,no delays.. 1s
the $1.7 million in net assets z
\ AssassinationReport GOP presidential nominee Bar- 1 0 r

\1' ry Goldwater listed for himself 1 I. 0.:;
and his wife and the $3,484,098an
I auditors' statement credited ': E -

i Is Ready to President and Mrs. Johnson.A .
shower of criticism greetedthe
Johnson figure when it was o l.
1 1
1. WASHINGTON (AP) The mes of testimony and evidence made public last month because .
.t Warren Commission's report on will be made public over the the assets were on a cost basis 1 i iI

. t the assassination of President weekend. He did not specify the perhaps one-third or less of ; 1

i John F. Kennedy will be unfolded day or hour. present market value. Some I
'f to the world next weekend. Reedy said he did not know estimates on the Johnsons' 0.
I worth ranged to $14 million.Humphrey's I yi
up
The commission headed by who would deliver the report,
Chief Justice Earl Warren, but commission sources said report, on the
II
i other hand, was made on the i
which has been probing the they expect Warren and his six ,0I j
I basis of present market value -
Dallas tragedy of last Nov. 22, colleagues to visit the White I iti 1it
1
t a "basis of reporting we believeto sJ
will submit its findings to President House personally late Thursday
f be appropriate in the circum- I
Johnson on Thursday, the morning.The .
t said
stances, the accountants
I I White House announced. six other members who in a statement.To I
Press secretary George Reedy have been working with Warrenfor arrive at the final figure of I = e

I said the report a volume the past fortnight to com- $171,396, liabilities of $19,887 I
I of a quarter of a million words, plete the 10-month inquiry, are; were subtracted from total as- e

!I plus 20 or more additional vol- Allen W. Dulles, former director sets of $191,283.The I ';
of the Central Intelligence liabilities included an $8- I

Agency; John J. McCloy, lawyer 887 mortgage on a home in I o II
RailroadWalkout banker and former high Waverly, Minn., and householdbills
I .
I commissioner for Germany; totaling 1000. A.I ;
Sense Richard B. Russell, D- Among the assets were $20,140in .I
Ga., and John Sherman Cooper,, the U.S. Civil Service retirement -

I t-Ky.; and Reps. Hale Boggs, fund, government notes +
D-La., and Gerald Ford, R. and bonds of $45,913, stocks and P I a 1
\ Postponed Mich. bonds worth $40,389 'land $7,341in I .... 1
i They have worked for utmost. cash in banks.
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iU) WASHINGTON (AP) -The secrecy and under heavy security Real estate in Chevy Chase, o 0 -
nation's trains chugged past precautions but are understood .. Md., and in Waverly was listed I # 4 4* I
I another major strike threat to have found no substan. at a total market value of $64- I. *' ) i

today after a scheduled day tial evidence to refute the origi, 000. I J 0 it ra
.I break walkout was postponed A registered pharmacist,
nal conclusions of Dallas authorities -
indefinitely. Humphrey has a $3,900 stock ti r
and the Federal Bureau II e t
There appeared little likelihood of Investigation that: interest in the familypharmacyin II a ,a; re ly t 1

of a renewal of the strike Lee Harvey Oswald, 24-year Huron, S.D. AC Y 0 1 + 1
Before the
threat by 150,000 shop workers old Marxist, marksman and l report was released I Ir
the Democratic vice
after negotiators announced a unstable ex-Marine, planned the 0
f/f
"tentative settlement" of their slaying alone and .executed i1 t; presidential nominee predicted I S : ( .
it would show he is eligible
job security dispute. from a sniper's perch hi th< neither for aid from the poverty I is 11
The announcement Monday Texas School Book Depositorj,
for in I :
program nor membership
came about 14 hours before the .
overlooking the presidential mo
scheduled 6 a.m. strike deadline the millionaires' club. But, he .
torcade. said then, "There'll be
enough
and ended the second major I ; I
And that Jack Ruby, the Dallas there to take care of Mother." 1
threat of a virtually nationwiderail night club owner convicteof
"We tieup have since reached April. an agreement -, murdering linked Oswald to two day s:! Alaska Reports ; BROADCLOTH FLANNEL OR ,JERSEY'SKI': 'S FLANNEL OR 2 PC. FOOTED 1 1I 1I
later, was not any plo
on four of the major issues: or conspiracy of the left o r OR FLANNELS COTTON P.J/S OR FLANNEL COTTON P.J/S SLEEPERS
certain will WASHINGTON
involved and feel we CAP) An
: right.
be able to complete the agreement excellent start has been made "

Fox, very spokesman soon," for said six Michae shop]; Doing Things from toward the full effects recovery of the in Alaska earthquake ; 2$5' 2.1a!! 2'$1a!! 2 $ 1 1

which
shook that
craft unions. state on
The unions had called the.: Up Browne Good Friday, March 27, President I .AIIS'" PAIRS '" PAIRS ... PAIRS 1
strike against most of the nation's Johnson was advised Mon I

I: railroads except LIBERTY, Mo. (AP) Mrs. I II rlav-"J. I i
Pennsylvania and Long Islam:I Chester Tucker, assistant to the I .'Cool Styles'and MUdto, Assorted stylos and colon forPraHypdnosoMo Cotton flannel pajamas In Pretty print,solids and Nrotono
S railroads, the Southern Railwa treasurer at William Jewell I In air conditioning as shrink.rfewabts.Sanforiioo. f.r.** .. MIstet attd.w..... .a is.6 to 1C,,IU pajamas in combination*. OHairyknitvllhsr0por! !
System and the Florida East t College, was wondering if the I Mo oft alias- 3 to 14.SUpajoMS Soft btvfcod fieMMl 100% f ""r',r0R"kid tolts, r
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Coast. boys were up to a stunt. in fine cars. ..;1'* I pdttl.aM..Mds willa beMr OWlTSoftl ....... .. ) tart rib bit cotton Inttrlock. rolnforcod ......

Francis A. O'Neill, member othe !f f First, there was Richard CHRYSLER Egg I ......-sli.N 1 .:....std C9frtoAotortod Her fovorll* ants end wtod ..plair.y....",biter tbMli.o .
National Mediation Board, Brown, who came up to corny for the very best -XI.S1ss.sd,tins S,Mr.L .c..b.d..... S tfytot. and 8 r .ri.Paste I ifccnf<.. 0 ..7,two styfo .
t t said talks'were to resume todaj plete his registration. I 1

"to try to wrap up the balance The next day, up walked Mother @ "
of this dispute." Richard Brown. "nsI. QUANTITIES LIMITED-COME EARLY FOR DEALERS PLEASE
THE BEST SELECTION-HO I
The sole issue involved in th e A short time later there was

negotiations is job security, ,1 another Richard Brown. Yearoumf Hem Comfort
problem that has increasing!y None of the Browns knew I Is for new cr exIsting! homes 9 am-9 .
aggravated ,rail labor relation each other. One is from Independence T Open pm-Sunday IT! QUALITY | DISCOUNTS That iitttoof_ .
y since railroad modermzatioi:l Mo., one from Savanf RAY FRENCH GAINESVILLE I -Acres of Free 37.68292CHARGE Q', ::11 .t.-I..!.. >. ...._14 I c.I.jivt.....'..y,'*911..........

began wiping out thousands o nah, Mo., and the other from Hearing &Air Conditioning U.S. .441 North at 23rd Blvd. Phon TO PAY ALWAYS. EVERY DAY ,
jobs over the past 15 years. Liberty. Co.
No ,details of the tentativ e Mrs. Tucker was Elsie Brown 714 N.W.23ro BLVD.
agreement were announced. before she married. PHONE 372-3705

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ExM tine Edittri W. .. (Bfll) .. \ By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.
= City1 ( f'r E1ERSOLE Vu fnslAmt ud AdVrtimf By RALPH McGILLFaUtier : Senator Strom Thurmond's bolt from the Democratic Party

-r ViC PratidMt Director tot TARTAGLIONE.. a. AU Pru* U.Mantas(G*.) CnitiUtira PvkUskcrOf t .. 'Vet t to become, officially, a member of the Republican Party is 'a
and ClrcuKUea MaMgtr.THE t
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=- SVN'S POLICY LettersOf : ft Goldwater candidacy that will ripple through. the political .

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-- ,' of this country for many years to come.
: _: 1. Report the news fully and lmprtla!y In the news columns.' .' .';': : ; history
: 1'
r of Republican representing South Carolina ,in
j .. 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In- tut! ,only in--editorials. :... : f,1j ,1 The notion a
United States is breathtaking to adamant
of the
:1l the Senate
:
issues. ;
& 3. Publish all sides of important controversial "" ,, .
i., I 1 '1Jj f,.' Southerners, and it remains of course to be seen whether
: : The Sun's telephones: AH Departments-372-8441 Robert rr f '+ r. Senator Thurmond will get away with it. He will not run for :

t : Want Ads--376-4672 ,... .,, ". y.jt : y ( jii i! reelection until two years hence, so that there is no ,Im -
r : ] tmediate opportunity for South Carolinians to repudiate! .bim;! ..
S should do The ,chances that .
Iti4Ay1Ti ; ; the event they choose to so. are

f The Senate Deadlock : ut/us/; S. ;.1'hr. they will not: 'that his switch to the Republican Party will,be ,

It FrostAs ..+. verified by the voters. Whereupon, the defection in the heart-

'I :' land of the South that began with the election of John Tower -

I Bills involving more than $4 billion action or a milder one. asking the ;. to the Senate three years ago will have been confirmed:- one-' :
I read "The Selected '- rule in the South will have ended. --
party
tied in the U.S. Senate courts to give reasonable time. .F
are up Letters of Robert Frost" (edited r ) THERE WILL ENSUE, of course, an intense struggle for

deadlock over legislative reappor- by ''Lawrence Thompson, __ power, and it will have one unfortunate effect, namely to

tionment. Those senators who believe the o f Princeton), memory ,. .' polarize the parties in the South. The diehard Democrats-who "

U.S. Supreme Court was out of brought back the 'last two &*.,4Miautr.iN stick with the Democratic
.. .
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times I him. Once as 1.
bounds in ordering the one-man-one- saw was TIME TO RETIRE Party will almost certainly 1

Efforts of Senator Everett M. vote principle for electing state that brittle and cold windy feel the necessity tn Pn left.

January day when a bright -d take refuge in the loving i
Dirksen (Rep., 111.) to attach a riderto legislators would like to prohibit the sun shone on the inaugurationof III I arms of Lyndon Johnson and i

:the $3.3 billion foreign aid bill court from such decisions. The 51 to John F. Kennedy. Fro s t I Hubert Humphrey.In .

has, caused a "talkathon" or filibuster 21 vote against one form of such a read a poem that day. The Voice of the People South Carolina, for in

: which prevents a vote on that 'prohibition' indicates that doubts of glare of sun and buffet of II stance, Governor Donald Rus-

wind on his manuscript both- sell, at heart a conservative
bill. The rider would instruct federal too ,
constitutionality are grave to
per- ered him. But he it done
got I and a man of charm and intelligence '
courts to stay court reapportionment mit that. and the crowd loved him. I
;j On The Sun's Opinion Page=== will almost certainly -
orders a year or more exceptin The second time was in the stick with the, Democrats

1 unusual cases. During the periodof The Dirksen rider with amend- spring of that same yea r. Opinions and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters ; and it is not at all unlikely :-

the stays Dirksen hopes that the ments he has accepted is probably Walking down Pennsylvan i a must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should that he will run against
be written side of the Poetry cannot be used. The
Avenue, a cross from the not exceed 500 words and must on only one paper. Storm
Thurmond
slates will approve a constitutional constitutional, because it leaves dis- Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning orAn in' 1966. On
White House met. Two
we what issues?, The tug will be
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amendment which would allow a cretion in the nn
courts to
determine friends, somewhat young e r to, the left specifically as the
legislature to have one house based what circumstances are 'Unusual than he, were with him. We AnswerTo the past about this problem, happily letting;the sick minor- result of. the, defection .of
he find that his ideas do ity scream to high heaven.If .
on other factors than population. enough to justify refusing a stay. stood and talked for a while. may Strom Thurmond.Up .
NOT solve the problem. And the healthy people do not"laugh"
He seemed
II! happy and eager. until Democrats
now,
Although this reduces it from GoldwaterEDITOR
compulsory will be
we do not want federal con- more they
He
to the Presi-
: A $1 billion Appalachian aid bill to voluntary, it doesn't' settle dent was the next see day the trol of our classrooms.His buried. Nature covers up its could their say state that the after Democratic all, in

has to wait until the apportionment the argument. Supporters hope it President" who had Sun: In a pre- dead and rotten branches and
"young last chapter repeats Party encompassed a conser-
vious letter, the writer com- leaves
question is decided. might still have enough moral into the White pushes its bright green
brought
power poets mented on Goldwater's "Con- current ideas about our inter- vative like Thurmond, a
and colorful flowers into
to stall court action until the Con- House and who was to make science of A Conservative," national relations. We hope up middle-of-the roader like Russell -
the light. Nature has been
Not only is important legislationtied stitution could be amended. For that the nation aware also of its the first four chapters. There that he will not work t o here a long time and some of and a liberal like Olin

up by the fight, but it has becpme same reason and because they do musicians, singers, dancers, remain six more. Freedom for weaken the United Nations. it will survivve the worst holo- Johnston. Now that it is io
novelists, painters, actors. We five That he will recognize that longer possible' to that,
the Farmer in chapter say
will
uncertain when Congress not want to see the courts inhibitedin talked about that. As we talk- caust. _
the not all cultural exchanges are the Republican Party
states 'of complaints emergesas
tie able to adjourn. It would be easy defending citizens' constitutional ed we all turned until we were against many the prevailing govern- evil, and that negotiation is P. R. McINTOSH the natural home for con

to put the responsibility on the fili- rights, objectors still object. looking across the wide busy mental regulation of 'agriculture possible at times even with servative Southern voters..

bustering senators if it were not for street at the White House it- and the abuses that in one's worst enemies. 'Or High Water THE REPUBLICAN Party

,the fact that the court stay measure self. We stood silent for a lit- some cases have invaded it. will do well to be generous
The move to curb the court by tle while, just looking, each The citizens are appreciative with Strom
Thurmond
was offered as a rider to the foreignaid busy with his The writer wonders if the of the publication of the He Carries Sun on the
act is thoughts.!
congressional a dangerous pre- ,matter of arriving at his senioritY
who knew their lot
farmers
bill to hustle it through Congressin Goldwater material. But they
"Isn't he fine! said cne ofFrost's in
cedent and the best to clear the in decades of 1885 to 1900 EDITOR Sun Your the Senate. He shouldbe
the final days and make it veto- way friends. It was a state- the need to do more than pas- : carrierfor given a full year's senior:

proof. decks is to drop it. The message that ment, not a query. We and who live now as farm- sively accept his views. There the Gwynn Oaks section ty for he in
every year spent
er's desire to return to the are other views also has outdone the U. S. Mail
No just as
t there is a substantial number of agreed. name was spo- the Senate as a Democrat,
ken. We each had our visionof condition of low prices, crops sound ethically, educationally Service during the past few unlike the
So far, the Senate has been unable members of Congress opposed to the young President.: We without markets, the burdenof socially and economicallyas days. The Clear Lake Drive the Democrats frosty treatment

I I tj> get enough votes to curtail the hasty court action will get throughto each felt something of the taxes on the small farmer, those in his "Conscience ofa has been under at least threeor Morse when he gave crossed to Wayne the

':filibuster, kill the rider or adopt the U.S. Supreme Court anyway.It quality that he brought -t o the lack and of many schools other in ,rural Conservative." four feet of water and your aisle, in the other direction, a
con-
areas carrier has waded it
through
either a tougher substitute complete-. has long been known that the jus- American life. I did not see ditions very restrictive in ef A. R. MEAD every day to see that the residents few years ago. Granted that

r : banning court reapportionment tices'read the newspapers. Frost again. fects.. of Clear Lake have seniority would not give Senator -
The letters
are engrossing. Thurmond committee
J = They reveal, not unexpectedly Who can come up with solutions Sick Minority been supplied with their daily chairmanship which a he now

a man of tenacity, strengthand that 'are better than newspaper.For has (Surface Transportation,

I Shift Cuts 2 Ways weaknesses. That he had those and the present? Gold- Holler LoudestEDITOR this I wish to expressour a subcommittee of the Com

temperament we know. The water has not done this. appreciation and I know merce Committee). After all
letters show us how much of Sun: Some people the other residents on this side there will be 60 Democrats
I -
that equality was in him. He His demand for freedom for think disillusionment is of the lake and
34
are very appreciative only Republicans as of
T$ Krro bark SimraBy ]potential debit for the national tion to do that this year as was what he was. He was a labor is a familiar cry and more widespread in America of his efforts. this moment.

: Republican Party in the a matter of record. Therefore, New England rock. Nothing needs to be heard. and in it than it was a couple of gen- But consider this vision,
1 ARTHUR KROCK particularly if the November could chip him away or all, the PUBLIC is just as erations ago. Whatever the Please convey to your car- dancing before the of
vent Thurmond's act stimu-
I '!WASHINGTON The Mix.. lates of election result sustains even smooth him out. He always great a sufferer as manage- facts may be, there is at leastan rier our sincere thanks for a number of Southern eyes senators.As a.
ed bag of assets and lIablliI Republican capture ment. This great group of job well done and '
I Southern elec- substantially the current sam- was his rugged self. Th i s effect of futility engendered tell him matters now stand, the
j ties for the two major'parties 'tors and congressional presidential seats. ple polls, it is conceivablethat being true, it is not surprising : problems needs the wisdom of in those who no longer that the U. S. Mail Service South has lost its effective

; that is the product of Democratic For, though such gains will the junior Senator fromS or even disappointing, to more than a Solomon to solve. trust the capability of pres- was unable to get through on 'veto within the Democratic?

i Sen. Thurmond's formal o u th Carolina sacrific e d learn from the letters that Taxes and claim ent generations. several The
at long last establish a two- spending occasions.D. Party., egalitarians have
I crossover to the Republican nothing of value he had not Frost could feel NEIL WEBB
malice, jeal- "Graduated tax is moved in and
a
1 side demonstrates ]party system in the South, place. Our attitudes are sometimesmore there is not
sharply they might effect a greater already lost in the Democratic ousy, pride, vanity, and com- confiscatory tax". All taxes clear to outsiders than much. left of states rights,
the
complicated condition -
.: of American politicsi Republican defection in the Senate organization. passion. When, at 40, his first ARE> when collected from low ,to ourselves. In the Spring of BeatIe.Fans. The southerners dot ,how
non Southern states over success came belately to him, income families. The writer's ever, have their chairmanships '
Jhis presidential year., The Notwithstanding, his changeof 1946, I had the privilege of along -
i party lines are down in a the national issue of state party affiliation is unusualin he wrote to a friend in Port- father lived from year to yearin 'conversation with Ger- Not UnknownEDITOR and these prizes, so
land, Maine: "A little of the dread of the annual ad hard to win
confusion of which i Thur- rights than now exists. the political history of the trude Stein, a well- k nown are not to be

mond's act is merely another United States. The latest in- success I have wanted for so valorem taxes on his farm American expatriate living in Sun: In your arti- lightly thrown over. Theyare
THE INCONGRUOUS and long won't hurt me. I rather which took from him moneyhe some of them growingold.
illustration. stance was the shift of Sen. Paris. I had gone to her hometo cle on the Beatle Press Con-
"
destructive would think I deserve it. sorely needed for food, Senator Russell! it is
'The items in the credits consequence Morse of Oregon from Repub- invite her personally to ference, there was mention of .
be the desirable establ ish- lican to Independent and thento And so will the re2der of house. repairs, clothing and said all over Washington, is
visit show in one the of
Thur- one-man presentation a
for trophyto
obvious my
column
are and ment of a two-party system Democrat. But the practicewas this collection of letters feel school books for his children. of the Paris galleries. ,She the Beatles. Many marked by Johnson for purge -
mond as an individual that Frost deserved it. He "Graduated" taxes be papers ing in 1966.
elsewhere. The sample polls, inaugurated in 1901 by two may was to meet other carried similar stories and Suppose, following
for the Southern Republican for what they are worth, already "Silver Republican" senators was a complex man-all human undesirable, but that they are eager the example of Strom Thurm-
He risked his political Americans and her first comment most made reference to the
Party. forecast this virtual re- Teller of Colorado and Du- beings are complex confiscatory is not sound argument ond, six, or possibly eight,.
"What is the mat- presentation of this
the to
future in a state where was, .trophy
sult of the national election some more so than others. against them. In spiteif conceivably ten Democratic
_
_
ballotis Bois of Idaho-w h o trans- ter with Americans? The the "fabmost" by four "un ,
Democratic label on a in the states outside the South. ferred to the Democratic Therefore, the full answer to his view, it may be soundin you Senators could be persuadedto
par- French can't understand known fans". Let's
:still the symbol of devotion That would deplorably e n- ty. him does not emerge. It is justas the long run for the na- you not leave move in a bloc to Jie Re

to a cherished past. He courage the trend to conformity well. He likely did not him- t Ion to have such taxes. anymore! You are not happy them as "unknown". They publican side of the aisle-
chose integrity in refusing like your fathers were in 1917 are: Leslie Banks, H onc e
any y
which demolishes the great- TELLER MADE his announcement self know that complete an- Spending by g 0 v e mment- provided .
longer to use as an office- and 1918, when they were Combs, Cathy Meerman, and
tmde rthe federal
est protection of the people in the fourth swer. al agencies IF SENATOR RUSSELL,
getting expedient the desig- excessive and yearof Frost liked to is not the only here." And she continued on Anne Cowles, all students at .
against corruptuse his service as a senator give readingsat government joined, let us really speculate,
nation of a national party and on elaborate. Westwood Jr, High here ,in *
of power by a victorious elected on the Republican tic- 'colleges' and universities.It sour ces of extravagance. by Senator Lausche; should af-
from which he is totally political party. ket. DuBois made his after was obvious he drew some- Checks on that are needed My answer was not important Gainesville, tempt to mobilize a defection I

alienated. In so doing, he may his election by the Idaho leglslature thing from them-something elsewhere.In though I had been there I might add thai these fans syndicate on the understanding -
the Without intention f
have improved prospects any o as' a Silver Republican of renewal. The young faces Chapter Eight Gold- also in 1918, and knew what were scheduled to present this that all bets are off until I
in South Carolina from the
especially detracting political
national and and before he took his looking up at him. rapt and water attacks the "Welfare she meant. "Perhaps those trophy in person, but to pre- they amass a group large
of the Republican courage personal integrity oath of office.In expectant, the teas and the state" and explains that it is 'boys' were told by their fath- vent typical teen age reaction enough to guarantee' a reorganization -
ticket South and of Re- Thurmond
in the
displayed by a
talks-all
these gave him injurious. When we have of the Senate under
that had
very ers they come over from disrupting the decorum
nominees for Con- thorough of his 1924 Sen. LaFollette Re-
publican analysis
cross- :
some inner help. He had favorite such state know ,
Republican the
a we may full of hopes to save the of the conference, leadership;
In that region. consideration of publican and Wheeler Democrat press
over requires
,
gress ,
schools where he would
whether he is right. That both temptation would be enormousto
world for Democracy' and all persons under 18 years of
the that became
growing probability the presidentialand sometimes stay for a week af- state and federal gov ern- go ahead and do so. At
had been let down. So, now; age were barred by Jacksonville's -
BUT THURMOND'S cross- he would have been read out vice presidential nomi-
ter his readings were acne. ments have enacted welfare this writing 17 defections
these' of World War II Finest Therefore the
'boys'
over also carries debit potentials of the Democratic Sen ate nees of a third, the progres- We remember the wonderful ,
laws is no new idea and does would be required. But after
for himself and for membership even if he had sive, party, to resume their old face-the reso n ant not create a welfare state. are inclined to be skeptical. trophy was presented by the forthcoming elections, if
the national Par- not excommunicated himself. original affiliations proxy. I know. I was there.
Republican after their voice. Reading the letters we We are all familiar with the It has been some time now the Republicans pick up fouror
And the Beatles these
ty,, at the November elections For several years now defeat (through LaFollettewas know that few there were, if ,claim of weakening of man's since the end (we hope it was to five seats, the idea might

and thereafter. If South liberal bloc has pressed for disciplined by the loss of any, who saw him when grief initiative and aggressivenessin the end) of World War II, fans are not- unknown. not be unviable: Who might

Carolina gives its electors to denying party status, and its his seniority). In 1948, the and sorrow had him down and life when politicians talk and still all is not made se- C. H. COWLES join in such a movement?

theJohnson: Humphrey tick- rewards in committee assign- first time Thurmond left the would not let him up. He wasa about the welfare state. But cure. The war was extendedin Mostly of course conservativeminded :1
et this fall, the Senator's ments, to senators elected as regular Democratic Party by
fine family man. Yet, fate whether we like it or not, the more ways than most people Democrats; but ;
chance of re election two Democrats who have withheld heading the independe would not,let him have but a U.S. Constitution pro videsit realize. Our faith in the they would not all need to be !

years hence will be even support from the national par- States Rights ticket, Democratic relatively brief bit of contentment was established to "promote nobility of man has been soLiberals like Olin Johnston \

more ,imperiled. This peril ty ticket, whether by silenceor Sen. Glen Taylor of with family. sister the general welfare" along shaken: Perhaps we accept The Breakers for instance, might face

will compounded if all buta open opposition. Idaho 'followed suit as Henry and then a daughter became with other purposes. To stop disillusionment too easily, say- elimination at the polls in

i couple of the Southern A. Wallace's fourth-party running mentally ill and had to be that now means we must repeal ing, "The world may all go In the doghouse because their own state now that the ,.
states 'are carried by the SUPPORT FOR this proposal mate. looked after. A committed broke a dish last night?
son: many laws, stop many up in'smoke any day. you ;Republican Party has become: ;
President and his running- has been growing in the Taylor had'a guitar to which suicide. A second daughter activities and change the If it's any consolation you ;more or less official. So that'

mate, 'as many sample polls case of Democrats who have be sang cowboy campaign ,died, needlessly, 'of ,careless purpose of the constitut ion Would not we be better pre- are in the company of a self-interest itself might die-:

currently portend. publicly opposed the national songs. Not much has been medical care. His wife i n and omit "general welfare"as pared for forstalling calamity great number of your fellow tate a receptive attitude

,There also is aperil of a ticket and Thurmond's inten heard of either since. 1938. It was an almost devastating one of its aims. if we paid more attention Americans. towards the overtures of the

blow. Yet he kept Let us invite Senator Gold- to man's noble .expressions Defection Syndicate. Who I i
Republic Molding Corp. reports -
F. POTOMAC FEVERBy 'about him the remnants of water to visit the New York rather than constantly keep Americans chip or might be approached? James l

family-a widowed son-in-lsw, tenements where minoritieslive before us all the ways in break 960 million dishes and Eastland for instance. John I

JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington BureauA daughter-in-1 a w, grandchildren in dirt bedbugs, lack of which we have failed? Thereare glasses each year. The typical McClellan, John Stennis Sam l 1,1 I

; he, had a domesticlife heat, and otherwise and with- many fine things happening Ervin Herman Talmadge, J
of four the
Danish girl becomes queen of Greece at 18. Shows what a teenager. can with them and his loyaltyand out employment and the around 'us every day family re- Allen Ellender, Spessard Holland I i

do if,she doesn't sniff glue or steal hubcaps or get mixed '''up with the wrong' love were unfailing."A state's, feeble efforts making which never, appear in the port 000 dishes says, washes a and around breaksor 20- John Sparkman. t ,I

kind of relatives. poem begins as a lumpin no cure., What is his cure? press or on TV; simply be- chips at' least year two dishes 'can Party. Let those who say I .

-- the throat," he once wrote We need'to know. cause our,rVTrTTnn'/'atkm me- month.So it is impossible ask themselves ;_;

President Johnson says we need a great conservative program, but does he, And so it does. And so,does Chapter Nine is his' attack dia think ,the public will pay or glasses a whether a few years H

really mean it? He doesn't seem to want ,to put the conservatives in charge., memory of Frost-reading his upon federal aid: to educationand more for hearing about the don't feel alone when ago, it would have been' I 'I"!

-- poem at the young President's he has added nothing to mistakes and misfortunes of there's an accident in. ,the :thought possible that a sena ;

Goldwater used to say a president shouldn't debate on TV because he might inauguration and standby on our solution of that problem the human race. Perhaps this sink. Just let the chips fall tor' from the State i>f Caro-, f

give away military secrets. What do. you do about not. debating a president Pennsylvania Avenue in the If he examines the large. is because the silent, healthy. where they may. ]lint should join the P artYofLincoln 'i
.
whtrhaa already given them away? ', ; < .- .v*,- ,*$??. -',.*? 'spring.-' ," ':"f'c. quantity of studies made In majority of 'your readers are I(Dallas, Tex., Times-Herald) 'J] and Ulysses SA Grant, _




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Tuesday September 22 1954 Gainesville Sun 5
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Havana-Nassau Airline

: (' -a.. ? Debutante Parties Brine ArrestsDARIEN ."' 1

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Runs Into More TroubleNASSAU

rj; Conn. (AP-Three !liquor in Connecticut is- 21., In Public"School who was a bartender Hughes, his wife- Julia Ann,
': 2 v K9hc.+ corporation executives' a psy-'New York state, just a few at one of the parties. and Dutcher were among the 12 Bahamas (AP) did not know why it took six

,, f'I chiatrist and a teacher are I,miles from here, it is 18. His lawyer, Louis Stein, said: who appeared at the police station -A Havana-Nassau scheduled air- crewmen to bring the Dyushin

>A A Y .yCko r' among 12 persons charged with The statute was invoked by "There were four Darien policemen for booking. line service opened by the Fidel turboprop to Nassau. To other

serving liquor to minors at din- Circuit Court Judge Rodney S. at the party. They saw Others ,booked included two Castro government ran into in- be replied "I have
ner and debutante parties In two Eielson presiding at the trial of everything that went on, includ- couples described as co-hosts at creased Bahamas opposition to- declaration.questions no .

Darien homes., I Michael Smith, 18, who pleaded ing the drinking. I have asked the Hughes party, William F, day.

1J 5, .'h th 'K "The arrests Monday drew .innocent to charges of reckless that they be, arrested as acces- Otterstrom, 55, and his wife Communications Minister Roy Some 300 Bahamians shouted
I wide attention throughout Fair-I driving and negligent homicidein sories after the fact." Lucille, .54, of Darien, and Dud- Colomon flew to London to confer "Castro go home." Demonstrators

field County, ,one of New YorkCity's the death of Nancy Hitchings, Police often stand by at larger ley Felt, 60, and his wife, Mar- with the Colonial Office on carried placards reading"No
most fashionable subur- house to control ,trafficon of Norwalk. Communists In the Baham
17, last June 23. parties guerite, the matter along with finance
d ban areas. The two were in a car that the narrow roads and prevent Otterstrom is general auditorof and tourism minister Sir Staf- as" and""Yankees si, Communists -

The charge is based on a 1933 crashed shortly after the par- party crashing.The I the Olin Mathieson Chemical ford Sands, who was already no.

.a Connecticut law that prohibitsthe ties. Smith's trial has been con- parties were held June 22 Corp. Felt is an executive with there. They were appointed by
t serving of liquor to ,anyone at the homes-of F. E. Dutcher, Gov. Sir Roland Symonette to
tinued until Sept. 30. the New York City advertisingfirm
i under 21, except by his parents.No 54, a vice president of the express opposition to the line. ElectricalMotors
tI one could recall it, being One of those arrested was Johns-Manville Corp., and Dr. of Cunningham & Walsh. A Russian made plane began I

\\I, L- i invoked before. Carlton Josselyn of Westport, a George S. Hughes, a pscyhi-. The others booked were bartenders scheduled weekly service with!

The minimum age for buyingBy science teacher in FairfieldThe a tris t. and ,caterers. Havana Monday. It carried six: Installed
I I Cuban and Residential Commercial
crewmen 90 empty '
Industrial
: I
1JI 1J seats.
K
f of mail CALL
Sixty-seven bags were
a 0},.tq Forest Fire Whips Residential Area (aboard, mostly destined to New j i C. P. Dressier

York and Miami. After customs Electrical Contractor
inspection the crewmen returned -I
.Jh qtYkb na y.2YY Phone FR 6-6193
s with an empty plane.
I 910 N.W. 4th St.
RON SOBLE fire destroyed or blistered its path. miles northeast of San Francisco I Cape. George Requery said he

CALISTOGA, Calif. (AP) .50 homes in Calistoga earlier Just 20 miles north, another were focal points for two of L

I < The opposite end of a wind- Monday night and put half of threats to Napa, in one of the a dozen Northern California

. driven' fire that has laid siege town, Middletown, with 750 richest wine-growing areas in fires that ravaged 20,000 acres I I WE CAN'T AFFORD
; the resort town residents, was circled by fires I
for two to
days
the world. One fire licked at the despite efforts of 2,000 ground TV COMMERCIALS
15 miles burning to the outskirts.
of Calistoga swept up
edge of 11 costly estates just to fighters and
I chemicalsprayingplanes.
: away into a residential sectionof Thirty miles south of Calisto (Ar.n't You Glad)
'$ a the northeast. Up in the east The fires ranged from
Santa Rosa early today. ga, Napa's 45,000 residents anx-
.4: > hills, a half dozen homes fell to San Francisco.east to the Neva- We don't have that kind of money what we do haves
iously checked winds that blew
( "' The fire, whipped by winds the flames. da border and north to the Ore- fast prompt courteous service we can't afford poor
I
,' described by firemen as cyclonic smoke and embers over the city service either. See us for a loan from25io6OO -
I j ;, and Calistoga and Napa 60 and 30 gon border.
I spread over the heavily for- briefly whipped a fire inside!
I ested mountain range sepa- the northeast limits. A house (
rating the two communities and just .outside the city limits I EARL C. MAYand

J T j'yt razed about 20 homes in a Santa burned down. kJ
Rosa subdivision. Three separate fires posed .,
J City officials evacuated the the flight.town's 2,500 residents to JACK C. MA'iRepresenting h And It's Confidential .

.50-bed Sonoma County Hospital
,R Calistopja Mayor Herb Hanley :
f in Santa Rosa and ordered some estimated fire damage at $3 i 1 Marion Finance (0.
The
.:t ,*xnt.m-M 300 other homes evacuated. million.A 1 The Equitable Life
later encircled the hospital. ,
fire
Assurance
Society
Dog WeekSlurp Santa Rosa City Manager few miles west flames Home Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks
Phone FR 2-3576
south
down
swept destroying
a valley -
George Minturn said the blaze, 18 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-5333
small rural resorts in
Smooching with your pooch is especially which extended two fiery fingers - -- ---
\', in order this week. September 20 to 26 is National ; out of the mountains into
Dog Week. Dog owners are reminded to bone up on the city, endangered the entire 1658
the basics of good dog care and to "deserve to be northern half of the city. Most Sweeping Changes-
your dog's best friend." Sata Rosa, county seat of!
Sonoma County and an agricul-

tural center with 36,000 popula- RAMBLER ANNOUNCES THE SENSIBLE SPECTACULARS
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tains, weary Calistoga firefighters -
braced for another on-
: the SUNGENERAL slaught. ,!. ,, .,..-...._:<., '

S. Late Monday night, backfiringhad

II II stopped the blaze along ..
Santa Rosa road about two
HOSPITAL partment and the Alachua County miles southwest of the pictur- r'Y
Sheriff's Office during the ,.. 9a, .
September 21, 164 esque resort town at the north- : 'N'S: a t", f0p.t H
past 24 hours were: of the wine rich v" !.f.y
I ern tip Napa ./:? i.d,:yyrwmt:a yf> k oo4'rr:c:
BIRTHS: Robert G. Queen, 318 SW 20th Valley. .t.

Mr. and Mrs. James R. St. and Joseph H. Kalinson, 616 The fire later leaped the road

.t- Brooker, 1106 SE 21st Ave., a NW 19th Ave., at 7:35 p.m. Mon. however, and early today had
,,' boy. day in the 1100 block of N. MainSt. burned to within 1* miles of

Calistoga.
;1, ADMITTED:
Freddie Williams Lake Butler Firemen were fighting a last-
f' Mr. Stanley Carr, Mrs. Ethel and John G. Feaster, 2029 ditch battle to keep the flames

Weeks, Mrs. Christine Bessent, NW 13th St., at 5:18 p.m. Mon. From spreading along Humber
Mrs. Mary Lee Barnes, Mr. day at SW 13th St. and 8th Ave., Ridge a rugged spine of highly
t Earnest Landon, Mr. Quillon Kenneth D. Epperson 518 t flammable virgin timber.

\ Riley, Mr. Frank Coleman, Mrs. Murphry F. and a pedestrian,,
I Mattie Lawson, Mrs. Angle Wat Thomas S. Paterno, address I
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REGISTERDEMOCRATIC
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chren, Ruby Donohoe, Frances suffered real embarrassment because ( Ih
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; : -. Thrashers Celebrate ill 0 in E n in THE f fRfflILY i L y 'Jf.:P.. Gaddum: 'f.:


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The Madcap decorator '- '
says '
Golden
i i Anniversary : ;
Craw/ord-We//s/ // Nuptials
WEDNESDAY, September 23 Such colors, such textures,

MICANOPY-Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. B. Hathaway, Miss. Kitchen ,shower feting
such such
...J. E. Thrasher of Micanopy S. E. Coleman, L. B. Thrasher HIGH SPRINGS Mr. and Miss Edwinna Murphey, fiancee design, crazy prices.

.... and William Cochran. of Verley J. of
-were honored recently with a Mrs. Charles Norton Crawfordwere Spivey
Mrs. John L. Murphy kept the Jamestown lounge chairs . $67.50
reception celebrating their golden married September 6, at Jacksonville, 8 pan., Mrs. J.
guest book and Mrs. C. B. the First Church E. Brogdon and Mrs. L. A.
High
wedding anniversary given Baptist Handblown glass lamps . $17.50
u_ Emerson introduced guests to Springs. Rev.. J. Hilton Olive Hetrick at the former's home,

by Mr. and Mrs. John Thrasher, the receiving line. performed the double ring cer- 324 NW 30th. Salt and pepper sets . ... . . $1 ,
y.. .Mr.. and Mrs. Dick Wittington Assisting with the hospitalities

-.'. Mr. and Mrs. James Pruitt. ties were Mrs. L. B. Thrasher, emony.The bride, formerly Miss FRIDAY, September 25 Oriental lanterns . . 89c & $1.50
.The reception was held at the Mrs. B. E. Thrasher, Mrs. E. I. ?. Bridesmaids luncheon hon
__ Micanopy Civic Club. Whittington, Mrs.. William Sum- Shannon Kay Wells, is the oring Miss Martha Jane Ed- Cushions and covers . . from $6 I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
wards of Irvine, fiancee of
-- ,Arrangements of chrysanthemums mers, Mrs. C..B. Emerson, Mrs.
'' and roses were the floral Oscar Green, Mrs. S. R.. Walton Lee Wells of High Springs.The Doug Davis of Valdosta, Ga., Wall sconces & plaques . . . $5

} -;; appointments used. Both the Mrs. T.. E. O'Dell, Mrs. bridegroom is the son of y 4w{ {1n Mrs. C. N. Millican of Tam-
=: C. She- Mr. and Mrs. Porter Worth pa, noon, Gainesville Golf
1 punch and cake tables were A. M. Howell, Mrs. D.
Crawford of Margarita, Canal 7 tlw'3; ,vh and Country Club. Gaddum Interiors3rd
2 ,covered with white nylon tablerous, Mrs..I'! A. Dailey, Mrs.
.cloths over yellow. Myrtle Patten, Mrs. A. C. Zone. Rehearsal dinner honoring
Miss Martha Jane Edwards of Ave. & 1st St. NW
Miss The couple honeymooned in
=- Greeting guests were Mr. and Smith, Mrs. W. H. Kinser,
Mrs. Thrasher and the members Jeanne Fay Kinser, Miss Janet Nassau and are now making Irvine and their son, Harry

:; of their wedding party, Tillman and Miss Jesse 'Lou their home in Athens, Ga., .P. 'a' r Douglas Davis, Mr. and Mrs.
who were Mrs. Gladys Laird, Sanders. where they are both seniors at :. Harry Maxwell Davis of Valdosta I
: the University of Georgia. Ga., The Brahma of Easy Way to Kill Roaches and Ants

= Florida Artists' Group Father Escorts Bride Ocala. '

11 Given in marriage by her y SATURDAY, September 26 I [ '
father, the bride wore a floor- Wedding of Miss Martha
i = Exhibit Shown Here length gown of white peau de zUt Jane Edwards, daughter of

sole featuring a chapel train. Senator and Mrs. L. K. Edwards .
I t, = The Fine Arts Committee of has a prime interest the cir- Her veil of illusion fell from a Jr. of Irvine, and Har- i

'f I : the Florida Union is currently culating of the painting of out- lace and pearl encrusted pillbox F. ry Douglas Davis, son (,f Mr.

sponsoring the Fifteenth Annual standing Florida Artists' to and she carried a white # I and Mrs. Harry Maxwell Davis !

J, :. Exhibition of the Florida other parts of the nation. Bible and white roses. She worea 14 ., of Valdosta, Ga., 8:30 p.m., 1
\ The group consists of practicing single strand of pearls a gift First Baptist Church of Ocala.
Artists', Group. artists who have gained from the bridegroom.Miss Reception following at the

The show, now on display in recognition nationally or.on a Nancy Bridges of High Skyline Room of Silver
I : Bryan Lounge through the end state wide or regional basis. Springs was maid of honor. Springs.

I : of this month, consists of 33 Gainesville artists exhibitingin bridesmaids were Miss Lynda Post wedding reception

paintings. Included in the exhibits this year's show are P. R. Jones, Eastman, Ga.; Miss ? honoring Lt. (j.g.) Robert
are oils, watercolors, Mcintosh, Stuart Purser and Raleigh Lancaster, D o u glas, : Schenck and Mrs. Schenckof

i !1 polymer, colleges and mixed Joseph Sabatella.The Ga.; and Miss Rosemay Wells : Norfolk, Va., 8 to 10 p.m., vZ;,
, J : medias. public is, invited to visit High Springs, sister o f the Mrs. George Schenck, Mrs.V. Brush on Once. Last for Month
The Florida Artists' Group is the Florida Union and view the bride. A. Rogers, Mrs. Carleton JOHNSTON'S NO-ROACH: Simply brush Johnston's
unique in the respect that it exhibit. The attendants wore fl o o r- Mrs. Charles Norton Crawford Van Arnam and Mrs. Michael No-Roach in cabinets to control cockroaches, on sills to

length gowns of aqua peau de Coullias hostesses at the stop ants. Colorless, odorless coating stays effective for;
sole, matching head pieces and Douglas, Ga.; Jimmy Johnson, The bride's mother chose a Schenck home in Waldo. months. No need to move dishes. Harmless to pets.

carried bouquets of bronze Wooster, Ohio; Neil Can non, beige linen suit, blue accessories Remember: No-Roach means no,roaches.
By FRIDAY SEPTEMBER
I hrysanthemums. Athens, Ga., and Robert Kuz- and an orchid corsage for 25
University of
Florida
Grown Brother Best Man niak, Augusta, Ga. her daughter's wedding. The Engineering -
James Crawford of the Canal Little Miss Lisa Gibson, bridegroom's mother wore a Wives Club Reception Available at all PUBLIX Stores
/ .. ... 8 to
10
Faculty
: Why ...'. ,; .. Zone was best man for his daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bil- blue suit, matching accessories p.m.
<. Club West
,..,......, rother. Gibson of Newberry Road.
"".' ". ly High Springs, was and an orchid corsage.A .
.7 .114+Ii Ushers were Grier Wells, High flower girl. Jimmy Dike.son of reception followed the cer- Gainesville., Bridge Inn. Club, 9a.m. MR. 4% %
Holiday
Springs, brother of the bride; .Mr. and Mrs. James Dike of emony at the Woman's Club of

Old? David Frier and Steve Roberts, Winter Park: was ring bearer..High Springs. SATURDAY, September 26
; ,$ '" +E Open house for UF Education

: ..... Wives Club, 10: to 11:30
.... Calendar Of a.m., Mrs. J. B. White and
Events
r Mrs.,J. B. Hodges, hostesses,
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University Women's Clubhouse Man, that 4 % isI

1 TODAY, September 22 ing, Fellowship Hall of the Hall. West Newberry Road. gonna float meI
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First Presbyterian Church, FRIDAY, 25 I
September
University of Florida ,
; 4, Health Related Services Azalea; Begonia; Camellia; Gainesville Chapter, United Wedding PlansAnnounced through college !
Chrysanthemum; Daisy Gladiolus Nations Association I
Dames, 8 p.m., Mrs. DarrellJ. ; luncheon
Mase, 1089 SW' 11th Ter- ; Gloriosa; Hibiscus; meeting noon, UF Facul t y'
; Lotus; Palm; Dianthus, Mrs. Club, West Newberry Road.
lI 3t. race. Marvin Gale, 3927 NW 18th Plans are announced today
I 4? r t. Alpha Lambda Chapter. Place; for the wedding of Miss Susan ttj&
Beta Sigma Phi sorority, 8 List Anderson Gainesville
_J : f Noon, Amaryllis, Gaines Pledge daughter of Mr. and
"' t2iw&r Iw : pjn., Ice Cream party, Mrs. ville Golf and Country Club; AnnouncedAtFSU Mrs. G. H. Anderson, Jr., and

ill f ft Dennis Keefer, 4202 NW 13th 12:30 p.m., Dogwood, Mrs. Joseph Thomas, son of Mr. and Mutual
Place. Mrs. Dorthen Thomas.
o 3a, Y 3bP Ernest Burch, Keystone BUILDING &
Altrusa, 7 p.m., Holiday Inn. Heights, Gardenia, Gaines I The wedding will be an eventof
Anna Miller Circle 8' p.m., ville Golf and Country Club; TALLAHASSEE The Florida Saturday, September 26, at :x> LOANASSOClATION

Elks Lodge.WEDNESDAY. 1 p.m., Founders, Mrs. F. State University Panhellen- 8 p.m. in the Oak Park Bap 217 N.E. 1st Street
ic Association and Interfraternity
September 23 N. Rhines, 1540 NW 37th Ter- tist Church.
Medical Guild, Informal race; Council have announcednew All friends and relatives are aaA. Phone FR 6-6771
Sandwich Luncheon, 11 a.m., pledges following formal I invited to attend. L.
3 p.m., Mimosa, Mrs. Henry rush for the fall trimester. ..
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Mrs. Richard T. Smith, 1704 Lunsford, 1923 NW 5th
SW 8th Drive.University Avenue; Gainesville girls'pledged include -II
Bridge : Miss Karen Mickler,
\ City 8 p.m., Carnation, Mrs. S. '
Theta and Miss
Kappa Alpha ,
Club, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, .
E. Ritch Jr., 2703 NE 11th
Andrea Beta
Jones,Pi Phi. ""
15th Terrace. .
107 NW I A\ :
St.; Geranium, Mrs. C. E.I Miss Helen Walkup of McIntosh ,'; .' 2 1&11" ilk
Cosmos Club, 10 a.m., Sew- ,.J.K
,Melton, 716 NE Second Ave-
was pledged to Pi Beta
ing and Covered Dish Luncheon -
nue; Hydrangea, Mrs. H. L.
\ Mrs. W. M. 828
Rogers
Sneeringer, 814 NW 17th Ave- Phi.Fraternity .
,1 NW 21st Avenue. pledges from ', :- 4 ,1.
nue; Jasmine, Mrs. John A. Gainesville include Peter Rob- ,:
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Gainesville Club, '
Bridge ..... :
t { Murphree Jr., Newb e r r y erts, Kappa Alpha; Dean : TiJ
Inn. .
k 7:30 pjn., Holiday Road. t : ; :
Charles ,Learned, Kappa Sigma H'3T.4AV' -
-- ___r_______ -.- _____.nn ._ -- THURSDAY Gainesville, September Women's 24 Golf Colfax Rebekah Lodge and Frank R..Wilson, Pi'Kappa T : ; ,. : ..:..: .:':_
exercise. Today Josephine No. 2 8 Odd : :':- (14)if f t11: 0#,.t
I do require Fellows n.
Your pjn. Alapha. 1
I. .. eyes Association, Meeting, 9 a.m., 1 for .
.
how to "
Lowman tells you care your eyes. j .J' "
: Luncheon
Bridge, 10:30 a.m., for :::*__.
Those who write about beau, Remember that high n e ck Gainesville Golf and your comfort's sake see us for : 1 .' :. .

; ty have long been trying to Lines are not good and if you Country Club.Gainesville. J f "r:4
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; sell women on the idea that wear glasses do not put rouge Garden Club HEATING OIL ; :T1-" .. i :' David Lawrence ..4':11 -"
'| glasses can be an asset in- near your eyes.Exercise Circles: 1' :" f .
1 9:30 a.m., General Meet- Csso : ..
: stead of a handicap. Your Eyes ,. "I.''1 *..,<

1 This, along with the medical Studies show that in spite o f OIL BURNERS : Jo ': .3 .. ". James Reston :
campaign for regular eye exam- all, women who should I ';.1'
many Retired .
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detection
and the early
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wear glasses do not do so. -, ', --
of serious eye disease, have Perhaps you do not require TeachersPlan 'I Automatic Oil Deliveriesassure ,"i.i;. .. : EJ'l ...
improved the situation tremend- glasses but use your eyes a ; - all times
an ample supply at
ously. lot and could CoffeeMrs. : '
i profit by some i :
Women no longer feel that restful exercises for .. ; b ;.. ...
your eyes. .
Joseph Leps will be ''I Watchdog Burner Servicekeeps .. '' .
mid
glasses are a badge of L.
If so try this one. Open your hostess for a coffee given by SulzburgerArthur .
..., dIe age., eyes' as widely as po s sib Ie,, the Retired Teachers Asiocia your burner in TOP-NOTCH shape always ''Si. .:" ; ,
due in to the ,
This is part .f'i 11.4'; +
stretch the lids apart. Hold a: tion of Alachua County Satur .

above fact that efforts more and children also ,to teenagers the few seconds and relax, closingthe : day morning at her home, 2210 GEORGE E. DAVIS, Jr. : ,p t ..,; 11 [{ Krock .:.
eyes. Repeat several times, NW First Avenue. $ ;
j and women who needI This initial meeting of the Humble Oil Refining Co.- .Bulk Plant '\ .'", '
I I glasses wear them. If you would like to havemore : fall'season will be to honor new 205 N.E. 33rd St. 372.3383 "J'' '' .'
!H f have become : .! Walter
Also these aids suggestions about how to I retirees. LippmannWilliam .
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I t t so decorative and attractive flatter yourself when wearin: All old and new members of 'Tf ; ...P ,
'I I that they really can be flat- glasses and would also like to I the association and new re- j{! :"t' '

.' tering! The right shape and have more restful exercises t tirees are invited to attend the ; PI;..-' 1 Buckley

i the right color are available send a stamped, self-addressed l coffee planned for 9:30 zum. ,
: for every face. envelope with your request fo r John Paul Jones, UF Professor rt .
*. There are definite things to the leaflets "Looking Straigh t of Journalism and Communications McGill '\ :-

remember if your lenses are to and Pretty" and "Keep Something will be guest Ralph :
make you more attractive. You In Your Eye." AddressJosephine speaker for the morning. His LARGE SIZE '

should consider the ,shape of Lowman in care oj f f topic will be "Writing Oppor-
your face. If you have a very i The Gainesville Sun. tunities for' Retired People."
long face do not buy glasses PEEL CANE '
which dip at the bottom and Only, in the Sun

zoom upward at the sides. Cut .

< the length with glasses which ELEMENTARY < ,

1 do not have the upward curve. TUB : ... '!> .
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Broader Appearance I --- ; --: ." .-

Glasses which have no rims Jack Wilson
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those which are light inc : J :
and TEACHERSFREE : iJ
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to make .
,color have a tendency -4 0-' .1..2. i'. .
the face appear broader., .
: The turned up hat, the one CHAIR' .. . Clark Mollenhoff- .
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,with a rolled up brim which is I ART LESSON FOR YOUR CLASS :-,.<-, .it ', = "J .:.

so popular today, is not flat' by qualified art teacher with MEd in o'I "" ; <; : ")
tering to the woman who wears fiRST' GRADE Charles Bailey
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glasses. The currently fashionable art education and a TOUR OF THE Uni i a _.. ." ,
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draped hat which covers I versity City Bank in connection witha I ; f" .; '. ,.;' .. ..... ; -' !
the hair or one which has an I new advertising series. $ 95 .,.f.. J :;;. .
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1 uneven brim is much better. I : Quality Rottaa by ,tq. .
Blonde women look well II I I I II 9 World .F..... To Keep You and Your Family i :'. /, ",: .) :

when wearing glasses with I Contact Marcia Riley, Display Advertising, .
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WellInformed.V
White frames LAtf.A5th denIy > ,
blonde rims. are Gainesville ,Sun, 37 -8441 before 5:30 p.m. <
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6 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, September 22, 1964. .

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fJ INews I of Interest I AI -

; Special orld's/ Fair Food : .4 Gaddum \%::


! : To the Colored CommunityNews -I'ti' The Madcap decorator 'says -. "

Korean Dish Festive

( items for this page should be submitted to Colored News Editor Ben F. Childs, i Such colors, such textures,
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I 526 NW 8th St. by mail or ,by phone at FR 65753. Do not send news directly to the Gaines (EDITOR'S NOTE Korea

M... ville Sun office. I House is one of the :popular, I such design, such crazy pric s.

exotic restaurants at the New
-- i .. . $67.50
\ NEWBERRY NEWS ing in the Alachua General Hos I ter, Mrs. Carrie Lee Fluker; York World's Fair. Here is Jamestown lounge chairs

Elementary School Highlights pital: Mrs. Hallie Jackson and two sisters-in-law, Mrs. Bedie what a Japanese girl journal.1st Handblown glass lamps . -- $17.50
.:... All patrons of Newberry Elementary Mrs. Blondese McCray. Minniefield and Mrs. Annie finds most interesting _
\ --r School are urged to Friends hope that they will Lee Minniefield; nieces, Mrs. about it, together with a fav- Salt and pepper sets . . ; .... $1
I be. present ,at the initial .PTA soon be well soon be well.:Mrs. Dorothy Jackson, Mrs. Carrie orite recipte. One in a four-

''-"'- Meeting Tuesday Sept 22 at 8 F. D. Shannon, reporter. Minniefield, Mrs. Mary Com part series.) Oriental lanterns . . 89c fi $1.50

t. \ .. '. p.m. in the school cafeterIa.'t mer, all Gainesville; Mrs. MaryK.
Business of vital importance NOTICE Clay, Lakeland; nephews. Cushions and covers . . from $6
WAKA TSUNODAAP J
By
1 ._*. to be discussed. I. B..Mays reporter 'The Mt. Siani! Baptist Association John Frank, Wallace and Nathaniel Newsfeatures 2.i7.\w Wall sconces & plaques' . :_ $5
't I : ; C. H. Hathcock, principal will convene Sept 24-27, at Minniefield, all L a k e- "
J the Mt Bethel Baptist Church land; Joe Harmon and Joe i Ladies in chima and jogoria I

; with Rev. G. G. Mcarthur mod Garner, both Gainesville; anda ( kimonolike blouse and Gaddum Interiors
I erator, at Starke. host of other relatives and long skirt) swish their way

'j : ARCHER NEWS friends. among dinner tables; their St. NW
3rd Ave. & 1st
Archer Community School
rot CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS deft fingers are holding trays
: The Parent Teacher Associ Emanuel Baptist There PERSONALSMr. full of Korean food.

= ation of the Archer Community will. be prayer meeting today, and Mrs. E. H. DeBose,

: School will have its meeting'to- 7:30 p.m.; and Choir No. 1 will Jr., and children, all of Tallahassee Jong Kook Song, managerof Easy Way to Kill Roaches and Anti
e :;.. day Sept 22, at 8 p.m. at the have its rehearsal Thursday, were guests of relatives Korea House at the World's

t school. 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis, pas- here on last Sunday. Fair says:
., 1 : This is a very important meeting tor; Mrs. M. E. Middleton, re- Miss Mattie Williams and
:- and the parents, patrons, porter. Miss Helen Foster, both of Dade "When I picked these girls I' ?

I :: teachers and friends of education Mt Cannel Baptist There City were guests, of Miss Fos. from numerous applicants, I :,wr: did not put much weight on
I J' :: are asked to be present will be mid week Meditation ter's relatives here yesterday.Mrs. .
their because I
.. Services today, 7:30 p.m.; Youth Helen Jones, left yes. appearance
PARTY thought their knowledge of
tSURPRISE Forum tomorrow, 7:30 pjn. and terday for Nashville, Tenn., because
I Mrs. Caroline V. Filer was also Choir No. 2 will have its of business. She will be English and Korean history

I : honored at a surprise party of rehearsal and Ushers' BoardNo. away for several days. were more important. WINSOME WAITRESS Korean girl

L compliments by the Mission Society 2 will meet, 8 p.m.; Teach- Mrs. Doris Wells returned to "American fair visitors, to I two visitors to Korean Pavilion restaurant at '8'-1

of the Hope Well Baptist ers' Meeting Thursday, 7:30 Gainesville yesterday from Atlanta my surprise, are apparently Fair. ,, >

t Church on Saturday at 8 p.m. p.m.; and both Choirs Nos. 1 Ga., where she was visit- impressed with their beautyand :
brown slowly, stirring con at once from the fire. Add
of the church. graciousness. But nobodyso I
in dining room and 2 will have their rehearsal ing with her daughter Mrs.
,
; Mrs. Essie Mae Robinson Friday, 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. A. Jane Williams, and other rela far has asked any questions brown stantly.and When rounded seeds are I salt.ized. Mash seeds until pulver-.
; of the Women's Society on Korean history. I remove
1 president Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther W. tives.
of the church, was in charge Hamm, reporter. Miss Mary Hall, of Tampa, don't understand it."
I of the affair assisted by Rev. East Side Church of God in passed through Gainesville yes- The dish Song wishes to
l'S.. M. Daniels, Mrs. Quincy Christ Church School, 10 terday en route to Jackson introduce is Bul (fire) Go Gi VIP Wives Select Brush on Once Lattt for Month*
Marks and Mrs. Agnes Gordon. a.m.; and evening worship, 1p.m. (meat). .JOHNSTON'S NO-ROACH: Simply brush Johnston'

f Green and white adorned the Elder J. C. ,Carter pas- ville.Miss Sarah G. Williams of St. In Korea meat is scarce. No-Roach in cabinets to control cockroaches, on sills tc

: lace covered serving table. tor. Petersburg, passed through the Any dish which uses meat is Clothesfor stop ants. Colorless, odorless coating stays effective for.
I Those who presided the servingwere city yesterday en route to High a festive one. A middle-class Campaign months. No need to move dishes. Harmless to pets.

: Mrs. Margaret Smith, HENRY MINNIEFIELD SR. Springs.Mr. family would have Bul Go Gi Remember: No-Roach means no. ,roaches.

,I Mrs. Ora L. Graham and Mrs. Funeral services for Hen ry and Mrs. James R. Steve once in 10 days. I
By JEAN SPRAIN WILSONAP usually will not disclose the
Clara Clark. Minniefield Sr., were held Saturday ens and son, Jim, all of Atlanta Koreans love to eat out. It PUBLIX
'i The menu consisted of the following at 10 ajn. at the Greater Ga., arrived here yesterdayas is not expensive. A good dish Fashion Writer I sources of her purchases, or Available at all Stores
NEW AP Four describe them, it is well known
: baked ham, ritz crackers Bethel Baptist Church at guests of Mrs. Steven's relatives of Bul Go Gi may cost 60 to YORK ( ) .
potato chips, salad, ice Winter Haven. Interment for a fortnight. 65 cents. And no tipping.No feminine wardrobes, carefully that she prefers yellows, bright '

t, cream and cake. followed in the family plot at Mrs. Esther R. Jackson and tipping here, too, if you selected to try and influence Sheaths reds, orange and whites. MR. 4 / %
and
The honoree, Mrs. Filer, received -Oak Ridge Cemetery. young daughter, Carolyn of Mi- turn your stove into a Korean history, are being packed and A-line costumes 1
many gifts. Survivors include a devoted ami, flew here yesterday on a restaurant kitchen. repacked as the presidential predominate in her wardrobe. I
Those attending the affair in. campaign tours get into full With short, slim Muriel Hum
wife,, Mrs. Ada Minniefield; brief visit and out i ing with BUL GO GI (CHARCOAL-
1 phrey, whose husband
is thePresident's
'u.cluded Rev. and Mrs., S. J. son, Henry Minniefield, Jr.; a friends. BROILED BEEFSTEAK) swing.
.z. Simpson, Rev. and Mrs. C. J. daughter, Mrs. Bessie Grissett, Miss Mamie F. Douglas of Mrs. Hubert H. Humphrey running mate,
Johnson, Rev. I. N. Jones, Rev. Winter Haven; a brother, Ralph Tampa was visiting in Gainesville 1 pound beef sewed her own back home in creating costumes in,a costuming -
and Mrs. William 4 tablespoons sugar hobby. Man that 4!% is i
A. Odom, Mr. L. Minnefield, Lakeland; a sis- yesterday. Minnesota this summer. ,
Robinson, Fraz- 2 oil In each finished
Ryles, LeRoy tablespoons garment
Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson shop- float
ier Filer, husband of the she stitches her own label, gonna me
6 tablespoons soy sauce I
ped for hers in New York one
honoree, Mrs. A. Eady. Mrs. Wi/sons/ Honor Speck pepper day while the President was' "By Muriel Humphrey." throughGainesville college !

Mamie Long, Mrs. Ruby Kim- 1 green onion kept waiting.Mrs. .
Mrs. Elvie Will i a m s, "
brough, 1 clove garlic Barry Goldwater made A black brocade dinner dressis
Mrs. Minnie Stewart, Mrs. Gloria
her selections in Phoenix after a favorite Muriel-made, but
4 tablespoons prepared sesame
Parker Miss Carolyn Ryles, '
shades of blue which
compli-
the fashion of
consulting buyer
seed
.... Mrs. Bonnie Clark and Mike, Bridal Couple the family department store. ment her blue eyes and graying 5JJj
Donnie and Bennie R y I es, 1 tablespoon flour Her campaign mate, Mrs. hair are her usual color choices.I I
Water
=: Kimbrough and the Parker's
George Essie Mae I A post-nuptial patio supper to ler, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Souder William E. Miller, shopped the Mrs. Humphrey prefers jacket t Mutual
children. Mrs. Cut beef into thin slices 3. l.
honor Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hod- little specialty stores, and a few costumes that adapt to changing :

'..:.. Robinson, reporter..;...-'I E,, Watson was given Sunday ge, Miss Ann Arnow Miss inches oiL Mix square.well.Add Combine sugar and soy of the department stores in situations.Of weather and varying social ,% : \ BUILDING.&.
evening by Dr. and Mrs. JamesG. Jane Johnston, Miss Frances Washington, for comfortable, :
MEETING SUCCESSFUL sauce, pepper, chopped onion the I F rw \ LOAN ASSOCIATION
:: The "We Do Our Part Club" Wilson and their daughter, Jones, Miss Kay Knopf, Miss (including top), chopped gar non-wrinkling garments.A Goldwater four women, Peg-
: of the Shady Grove Primitive Miss Mary Wilson, who enter Sally Moore and their escorts. lic, prepared sesame seed and style expert who assists' gy a former designer < ; 217 N.E. 1st Street

Baptist Church held its meeting :tained at their home. Another post-wedding p a rty flour. Add to the meat. Mix many Washington wives saysa and fashion buyer, Phone FR 6-6771
Miss the bridal will should dress probably has the greatest in- :
Mrs. Watson
:. at the home of Mrs. Ethel was Gaye honoring couple campaigner terest in
Blake, on Sunday at 3 p.m. and Woodward before her marriage' be given by Mr. and Mrs. Soud- well.Let stand 15 minutes. Broilon "expensively enough to show fashion. .
I : was successful. The attendance September 5. er, who will entertain with a charcoal fire, or fry in appreciation of quality, but .

: was good.SLATES The guest list included Mr. buffet supper Friday evening.The small amount of oil until ten- not so noticeably that she appears .

and Mrs. Burton M. Woodward, party will take place at der. If frying meat, cover to be a spendthrift;
: MEETING parents of the bride, and her the home of Mrs. Souder's parents tightly after it is well brown well enough to elicit admiration -'I .. .

: The city wide Missionary sister, Miss Joanne Woodward.Also Mr. and Mrs. William H. ed. Add small amount of but.not so splendidly she : :-t.' .

Band will meet at the Bell's Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mil. Chandler, 2250 NW Sixth Place. water and steam until meat is generates jealousy among the ''L t.. ;hil;' l ... -. \. ., ,' ,, .
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i :- 4:30, p.m. Mrs. C. C. Gassett 6 servings. .f I : ..f- .

i -: The book is now open for PREPARED SESAME SEED Mrs. Johnson took the first of _... !' "". ..... ..
:- new members. Mrs. E. T. Bell, 1 white sesame seed her new clothing purchases on A II!: 1 ill .A.if ... a....&'1iI.,: ..,-;<;.;.', ..)'-:-- ..._. .., ... -_.-_....-..
Mrs. F. D. Shannon, Heads Woodmen District cup her Midwest barnstorming tour r'1 .,--
president;
:oO- reporter. 1 tablespoon salt that began Thursday. ... -.,. L1 t,'. ...." t, .' .--...-,......,.....
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JOINT SERVICESThe Grove 20 of the Supreme :..a, ,.- j f.... ,: .
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and comfort's :
following ministers Forest Woodmen Circle, was your sake see us for 1 :. ( :;, ': :
conduct Bielmann, Mrs. B. J. Christie, i ,, 1viw.J.;
their congregations will installed president of Nor t h- 1 I ,....,.. .
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joint servies at the Shady eastern District 2 meeting Sunday Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, Mrs.H. HEATING OIL I -
Grove Primitive Baptist Churchon at the Woodmen Hall, Oca- C. Edwards, Mrs. C. N. :, :;l : :.: David Lawrence

behalf of the Men's Day la. Felder Miss Dannie Csso : '
Hampton,
27 at the ,. -j .
set for Sept '. ;
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program Serving with Mrs. Gassett OIL BURNERS '
Mod Mrs. S. K. Jackson, Miss Patricia ': ,f'f ,
church: Today at 8 p.m., and will be Mrs. C. E. Brown, sec Jackson, Mrs. J. A. V. e : : C:- James Reston ;
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McArthur .
erator G. G. retary, and Mrs. Ethel Walker, Moon and Mrs. Jack Perry. 1r
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hie congregation from Trenton; musician. :=,; ilW : ., )
I Automatic Deliveries\ ,
Wednesday at 8 pjn., Bishop A gift and an honor degree Poincetta Grove 228 of Ocala I I 'J Richard Wilson ,
of the Churchof >
Henry Williams were presented to Mrs. Walker, served as hostesses for the social -assure an ample supply at all times ;
God in Christ; and also 1 .= '
Grove mother. hour. '
Thursday at 8 p.m., Rev. L. A. Watchdog Burner Servicekeeps \' :: :
Tillman, of the Mt. M 0 ria i h 'i' : C.LSu1zburger'.' I

Baptist Church. Church CirclesTUESDAY your burner in TOP-NOTCH shape always : :3 fi'

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CARDS The family OF THANKS of the late Mrs. September 22 ings, current executive board, GEORGE E. DAVIS, Jr. ,it T- ': > ..p ,Arthur Krock ..'I... ''I I

wish to thank 9:30 a.m., church parlor; cof- ._ t ..
Emma Williams First Lutheran Church Humble Oil Refining Co. Bulk Plant ;... i .. '
friends and neighbors for their First Lutheran Church Luth- fee in church parlor for current 205 N.E. 33rd St. 372-3383 .. '. : : -

acts of kindness shown during eran Worn e n's Missionary, and' incoming executive 1 4 ? :. }W a Iter Lippniann '
death. Mrs. Mamie Jackson boards, 10:30 a.m.; incoming r 'itq.": ."""'"
her League, 9:30 a.m., Parish board meeting, 11 a.m., : /1.r IJ'
and family. '
Hall.First church parlor. : r1 ; 'f William
t I i Buckley ,
NOTICEThe Lutheran Church First Methodist ChurchWomen's ;1 .

Uniform Company of Ladies' Guild, Sarah Circle, 8 Society of Chris- I e'. ., ?. v ;
Lodge No. 113 has postponedits p.m., Mrs. Eugene Yost, 4026 tian Service, executive board I 1 7 :
25 un- SW 21st Street i .,.. ., ,,, ..., McGiU .i
meeting set for Sept meeting, 10:30 a.m. Bethany ? ',.,, .",- ; --J>< Ralph '
til a later date. Charlie Ross, First Presbyterian Church Room; general meeting, LARGE SIZE I 0 ....; ',' i

captain; Mrs. P. L. Scott, re Women of the First Presbyterian covered dish luncheon. 12:15

porter. Church Board Meet p.m., Bethany Room.

i' PLANS The Undenominational PROGRAM- Choirs'I I II PEEL CANE Only in the 5u


Union will present its program,I ELEMENTARYTEACHERS
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entitled "Choirs in Parade" on TUBCHAIR .

Monday, Sept. 28, at 8 p.m. at
the New Salem Baptist Church i 1ack WilsonTv
I Rev. C. J. Johnson j., -
Arrendonda. -
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CHOIR TO SING ; |
and FREE ART LESSON FOR YOUR CLASSby .. ;
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today at 8 p.m. at the Shady FIRST GRADE .. Charles Bailey
Grove Primitive Baptist Church. art education and a TOUR OF THE Uni f 1 ; .!;" -: '- '4 1 .,

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The Rev. G. G. McArthur versity City Bank in connection witha : : : :; "
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new advertising $ .
speaker on the occasion. Q..lity R.ttM by .
The Ebenezer Church from WorM FMOIU To.Keep':You:and. Your Family H > !
Trenton and the St Paul Contact Marcia Riley, Display Advertising, ; .

i Church from Newberry memberships Gainesville Sun 372.8441 before 5:30 p.m.or CAUFA5iA"Furniture Confidently! .* V.> .Well-Informed.J TSit-- *** -*#% >*l-,: .' ij

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r j Bomber WashingWar Dear President Plan Probe Laos Talks Under Way.,


Gets In ( ) New Ysrfc Times sembled Monday afternoon out-
Starving
PARISThe leaders of the
i Has Its TroublesEDWARDS Ironed Johnson. three Laotian factions, neutra- side Paris, at the Chateau de
Out S la Celle St. Cloud.
Of Jax TotJACKSONVILLE list, rightist and leftist, Monday
1t night edged toward agreementon The formal conference was.
AIR FORCE brake. CLIFTON, NJ. (AP) The an agenda for their confer- scheduled to open August 24.

BASE, Calif. (AP) The na- The Air Force brushed aside war of the wash in Richfield 'peer SCfr (AP) A ence' at its opening session.A It began four weeks late aftera
Village has been ironed out. jl avenue court judge has ordered -
tion's biggest bomber ran into these annoyances expressed sharp attack by Prince Sou- long and apparently fruitless
.trouble its first time up, but satisfaction with the flight, and dots Today no wet wash laundry 'a Jacksonville couple held phanouvong spokesman of the series of preliminary conversa
trouble is nothing new to the said it expects the triangular- the landscape of the vil- How.kutrt I ott'a2eero orgrand jury action in the starvation left against United States "in tions.
lage, a of
XB70, a breed of plane regardedby winged craft to carry on as a complex two-story death of one of their tervention and agression" in
some as an absolute must research vehicle a role somewhat garden apartments housing 1,- t win sons. Laos however dashed hopes of Barotseland, an isolated country .
and by others as an obsolete less dramatic than the one 200 families.angry housewives and their c\spe. /linq} ? any early accord among the fac- just east of Angola, has

\ bust. in which the XB70 was originally Judge Lamar Winegeart set tions. been under the protection of
Wednesday, the Brunetti
Off the drawing boards the cast. Corp., owner of the apartments, ond at $5,000 Monday for Noel Under the chairmanship of the British government since
of decade the 185- Lee Smith 33 and for neutralist Premier Prince Sou- 1890 and is administered as a
better part a The XB70, which has a slen- will send crews to put back the 1 $3,000
! loot g monster finally got off! der fuselage and looks like a poles and restring the clothes- his wife Juanita Marie Smith, vanna Phouma the leaders as- province of Northern Rhodesia.

I the ground Monday, and: flying serpent, was designed to lines they tore down last Thurs- 26, in the death of their son,

-First off, developed either. go as fast as 2,000 m.p.h. and as day.A. Donald: Lee Smith, 3, on Sept.l3. For Maximum Beauty To control scale Insects
mechanical trouble feet. .
instrument or high as 80,000 truce between the house "..,x- and red spider,
I and went.through most of its Monday it was expected to wives and the corporation was ? '- shrubbery should be

I 65-minute maiden flight with reach 700 or 800 m.p.h. and negotiated Monday night by a .. .} .-.... Dr. Carl H. Wells, county SPRAYSHRUBBERY sprayed during the

one of its six engines dead. about 35,000 feet, but the mal-bipartisan team, Democratic nedical examiner, said Ronald I cold next weather 6 weeks sets before in.

/i 1 -Developed landing gear functions held the speed to I committeeman Robert Hughes Lee died of "malnutrition andlehydration"
i trouble and, as a precaution,,, about 375 m.p.h. and the altitude -and Republican committeemanTed I
i < kept its wheels and its speed to 16,000 feet. Breene, of Passaic County. an weighed 15! One or two sprayingsof

.::;-dovmthe rest of the flight About $1.2 billion has already Both live in the development. pounds[ at the time of his death be oil applied emulsion now should for

4 -Landed with a fiery splash,I been sunk into the XB70 pr oHughes, son of Gov. Richard it: the U.S. Naval Hospital.His best results with a
burning two tires that apparently .. gram. Before the testing is over, J. Hughes of New Jersey, hesitated minimum of plant I
I Selected from the White House mail Bill Adler twin brother, Donald Lee,
locked l by NOW! bum.iOtlDA .
,\. were held rigid by a the investment may be $1.J I 'to' call the agreement a
\ .. billion. victory. : .Illustrated. by Charles M. Schulz of ""Peanuts" died at the same hospital on
fame.
J JI Never The Air Force issued a requirement "Let's just say that we have a Nov. 16, 1962. A Navy doctor Our staff of trained

for such a plane in nice spirit of cooperation and Washington, D. C. the whole class a zero in spell :said Donald Lee weighed 15 expert servicemen 1 is

.I DRft/t-/N THSATREl October 1954. North Americanwon i rapport established now between Dear President Johnson ing because a few boys were :at the time and was suffering \ ready to serve you.

l a design competition the tenant and landlord," he We are coming to Washing- talking. She said "I don't care j from "severe malnutrition" al- ao.rlc.ss.w it
_ _ _
1 : next year. said.The ton, D.C. We will see the White if you tell the President of the j though cause of death was Phone 376-2661
NOW! 3 SMASH HITS 20 N.W. 16th AYe.
OPEN <:1S SHOW 7M The first flight was to have power struggle began in House and the Washington'onument United States." So. we are. I iven as bronchial pneumonia.The .
SEE 1 HITS LATE AS 1.50: been in December 1962, but t the dead of night last Thursday and the Lincoln Sidney C.
FIRST AREA RUN there were technical delays. when the owners sent mainte- Memorial.[ St. Augustine, Florida Smiths have two other
8:50 and Mrs. Smith is
children ex-
nance men to tear down the Next Monday we are going tostart :
another child. Smith is Gas
pecting
)i clotheslines. multiplying. !
; # l\\. M LAST TIMES TODAY "What burned me up was Wanda J. Dear Mr. President., a! serviceman stationed at Cecil

; !'H" Ii. I ''I that they came through at 4 and Newport News, Virginia I think you should get a civil J Field" Naval Air Station.IDOV. Genie
\\1 '. 3 5 7 9 5 in the morning to take the rights bill for kids. We don't

!r lines down," said Mrs. Robert Lyndon B. Johnson have any. Says:
yna _row: T I Graves. "Why can't men face Washington S S Love,,
l FROM POLLY ADLER'S women about things like this?" Dear Mr. President, Allen Y. !

BLUSHING BEST Brunetti Corp. said the Our teacher, Miss Lang gave Natchez, Mississippi .Q,,. I YOU'RE ALWAYS I IN
clotheslines were unsightly.

L,1 SELLER THE HOUSE I Furthermore, it wanted the HOT WATER
housewives to use newly in-
In Mr : THAT 'JACK'BUILT Service NewsNavy
w- stalled automatic dryers at 10
hit 6arLEAsID ARTIS sALLIED cents a whirl. Judges of value like .o n with
.. the value of our car
"The old American Monday
SHELLEY Lieutenant junior December of this Insurance Contact
year.
\ SHOWN FIRST AT 7:00
morning wash is a pretty estab
THE CONSTANCE NAKED TOWERS KISS AS WINTERS. POLLY iI I'lished thing" said Hughes. "I grade Harvey K. Meyer III, The Owens have one son, Rich ma today!

don't think there's anything son of Mr. and Mrs. HarveyK. ard, aged 3 months. natural

I 3RD HIT AT 10:30F. ,unsightly about wash." Meyer II of 1404 NW 11th 117 N.E. gas

Sinatra L. Horvey 'milI' Besides, said the housewives, Rd., is serving with the staffof Airman Third Class Clara A. <
MANCHU RAIN' I sunlight is infinitely superior to Carrier Anti-Submarine Warfare Pisano daughter of Mr. and i 16th Ave. You'll never have any worries of NOT having a full

CANDIDATE _: automatic dryers and free, Group 53 aboard the antisubmarine Mrs, Russell L. Pisano of 1810 PhoneFRanklin supply at all times it's always there just turnit
warfare aircraft NW Sixth St., has graduatedfrom on, Natural Gas is dependable, safe, clean and

too.The wives decreed that if they carrier, USS Kearsarge, operating the technical training most of all economical for cooking, heating and
Admission 1.00 couldn't hang wash on lines, with the Seventh Fleet in course for U. S Air Force medi- 2-0444 air conditioning.CALL .

'I NO PASSES they'd just have to use what the Far East.Kearsarge cal service specialists at Gun-
I US FOR A FREE ESTIMATE
was available. Suddenly every I II is scheduled to ter AFB, Ala.
I bush and tree in Richfield Village visit in the Philippines Airman Ralph Turlington
i ports Japan, Pisano a member of
THE NO.1 ATTRACTION OFALLTIME I bloomed with wet underwear and Hong Kong. the Women in the Air Force,

ATSPECIALPOPULAR PRICES! I towels, sheets and di was trained to assist in the P621097 anrr use GainllU.illl G oman
,apers. New lines were strung First Lt. Richard W. Owen, care and treatment of patients. STATE FARM 'i'ifcU
-- .... from door knobs to trees. husband of Mrs. Lynn Hill Owen The airman is a graduate of: UnoUi bract hmrM
i : I The owners sued for peace. 1317 NW Eighth St., has Gainesville High School. tSicti! BJuwijta,BROS tuvuact 237 W. Univ. Ave. Phone FR 2-6391

r SHERIFF'S SALE been the Third US -- -- -
NOTICE OF assigned to ---- --- -- - -
; L'ATAcotolt By virtue of an Execution Issued out of NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
) I the Court of Record of Alachua County, Army Headquarters, Deputy NAME LAW
:f I Florida In the. case of James Frank Chief of Staff for Logistics, at NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
..
: BY OE LUX land Jr.. d b-a Frankland Engineering undersigned desiring to engage in bus-
I Company versus John Boles fated the Fort McPherson, Ga. iness at 2419 N. E. 10th Terrace Gainesville
M- 24th day of March 1944 I have levied Florida under the name of UNITED WINNJAMMERSTEAK
SCHEDULED PERFORMANCES AT 8:00 ,upon the following property to wit: ,Lt. Owen graduated with a degree CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. NOT INCORPORATED -
BOXOFFICE OPENS AT 6:30 One Sportsman's Modified Stock Car ; in industrial engineering intend to register the.
Basically a 1940 Ford Coupe. modi- said name with the Clerk of the Clrculrt
.--- fied to include the following item: from the UF in 1960 and has Court of Alachua County, Florida.
Frankland Quoik Change Rear.endFurther (s) O. G. Feaster Jr.
. . . . . . described as: been> working on a bachelor of (s) C. E. Bryant
Color Is tan or beige with the num-
Bates & JonesAttorneyS
law degree at that school since
ber 24 and "Honuse of Beauty" paint at LawP.
DISCOVER REAL TRAVEL. ADVENTURE! ed on the side. 1962. He plans to complete requirements O. Box 394Gainesville ROOM
And that I es Sheriff of Alachua County Florida
\ Florida, will on Tuesday the 29th for the degree in (3631) f:22.29; 10.4,13
day of September, 1744. between the
AIRSTREAM PREVUE 1965 hours of 11:00 a.m. and 2:CO p.m. in - --- - .
front of the North Door of the Sheriff's
Office located in the Alacnoa County AIR CONDITIONING
SEPTEMBER 21-27, 1954 Courthouse. Gainesville, Florida offer
for sale said property and sell same Coil for efficient air conditionIng NOW OPEN
DAILY 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy ID us quick -
and pay said execution. fees and R r PA I K or heater service.
SUNDAY, SEPT. 2712. to 6 P.M. costs. The property having been levied Trained and experienced
upon by me and will be sold as the Radio dispatched trucks service men
.
PREMIERE SHOWING IN THIS AREA property. M.of Crevasse the defendant.J. Jr.. Sheri Reasonable rates 24 Hour service 520 S.W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-6514
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I CULPEPER, Va. (AP) -r sales didn't justify a new issue.. Rape suspect Benjamin Hamilton -' .
This northern Virginia town of r Monday night the Chamber of 22, ran so fast Monday he -
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dents and businessmen have its 1964 clothes on. a court appearance, the Ft.Ord I j
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By Sun JOE Sports HALBERSTEIN Editor t. .',i., I Takes Lead: :

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day Biblically, modern-day speaking.living.It's And Sun in ',.J 1;' :i .: :\\J1' FS., ] 'U A j Sept. 22, 1964, '. !.. :J I In Passing

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the normal easy day went ... .. ._ _. __u. !

by the boards, more-or-less, ing to catch up with practice more than usual, 'even though blow was a wipe-out of an 89- a: < It r I TALLAHASSEE (AP) Florida Shannon's yardage was gain- ::

for Florida's Gators Monday. missed during Hurricane Dora, the workout was in shorts. I yard kickoff return by Bland State University -quarter. ed mostly running, in contrastto

Coach Ray Graves, still try- had the Gators doing just j a bit "Weve got tn ..ugh th .... for a touchdown to start thesecond back Steve Tensi has. taken. alfIrstgame'lead the other quarterbacks. '
tW .. ; over the state'sIcollege
half when State alreadyled : i
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stillbebfud M>
he said. "We're offensively : 'kS. :
f signal callers for his Rushing Leader
I 76. It was nullified by a : i
and we know MiSsissippi clip penalty. Soon after, Tech 'a_ f performance in State's 14-0 vie- Florida State also boasted the

The SmallTalk State is going to be on against University of Miami -
the rebound this'week." hit State with a 63-yard aerial k ";" >'tory leader in rushing offense. Sop-
= last .
Saturday.Nine
bomb, a 51-yard field goal and homore fullback Lee Narramore

Only two Gators doubtful followed with a pickoff of a
are passto of Tensi's 12 passes con- banged Miami's defenses for 56
for Saturday's game with State. set up a TD close in. :x;' r
End Lynn t Matthews suffereda State's line led All Amer- 4vti ; : .. : 9a edged Tampa's Val Johnson by
After by J : i'lb';i ?.i a rJv ya :rushing. Shannon held second
broken bone in his hand and
llti yards..But Johnson's showingdid I
ica candidate Pat Watson, can
his place with 39 yards in 10
status will be uncertain runs.
up be counted on to be ferocious < not include Tampa's 8-10

I to game time. Defensive back as it was last season. :>>. "'- .'''''' gloss[ to Jacksonville State two Tensi also led Johnson in for-

Ken Russell has a pulled leg ; ). '. Saturdays ago. ward !
Gator Win [ passing with 9 completions -
muscle and may not be usedat Latest reports from Jackson
,, in 12 tries Johnson had !
all. indicate the day-night twin bill, :"' In statistics compiled by stat- i
f' :::' istician White' of Talla- 7 completions in 13 attempts for I
m a tching Mississippi! against : Elgin
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I Graves indicated the Gators' ;v...;:, 144 and Florida
yards !
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Shoes off, ever present cigar tilted high, Gator coach Kentucky in the 2 p.m. game' hassee, Florida quarterback

Ray Graves lounged in an easy chair in the living room of defense will be, strong against SMU,. Saturday, may draw double ca- "" ;;. ...... l .. .:,. .... __.5..._ +.......k.,,.:;,,.>i.,. --"..:.: II Tom Shannon is in third placein Steve Spurrier was third
his beautiful new southern colonial home late Saturday night severely tested by 220-. pacity audiences of 46.000 t o I" FLORIDA" STATE'S STEVE TENSI total offense with 75 yards with a three-of-six completionmark I
pound State fullback H o 1 e good for 73 yards. .
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and held court for some 10 visiting football writers.As Granger and speedsters Dan Memorial Stadium. Quarterback Leads State's Passers gained in 13 plays.. \

benefits a man whose team has just made everyone Bland and Marcus.Rhoden, the Fred Biletnikoff lor i d a j

happy, as they say in the one Gator cheer, Graves was at latter a teammate of UF captain State's glue fingered flankerback

ease. Larry Dupree at Macclen- SAYS COACH DAVIS charged far ahead of the

The talk drifted to and fro, as it generally does. Some pack in pass receiving with nine

discussion of the 24-8 Gator win. Some on football in gen ny.The Gators hit the blockingsled against Miami, good for 165
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STATES IN 'TERRIBLE SHAPE9By yards and two touchdowns. I
eral.Graves spent much time on their I
tossed out interesting tid-bits on football as the I passing game and ran through Tampa's John Perry was sec-

fans are going to see it in 1964. I. their flip-flop offense to perfect t ond with 66 yards in two receptions

"This is going to be an unpredictable year," he said. timing on hand-offs. a factor THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I: guess we just haven't taught At Auburn,!the Tigers workedout and two touchdowns.Tampa's .

"It's going to be a season where each game will be likea noticeable against SMU when ttUl st m Coach Paul Davis of Missis- hem the importance of it." in shorts in a brief condi- Kevin Hurt

couple of 20 game winners pitching in baseball. One day, busted fouled sippi State isn't among the hap tioning session, then went into punted
signals up.several Length Scrimmage 1
six for in the
times 289
one gets knocked out of the box in the first inning; the C nferenceRoundup piest coaches in the Sotheast- Tennessee coach Dickey the classroom to hear the scout- yards
maneuvers. Doug -
18-14 loss to VPI This j
other goes the distance and wins. Next time out, same ern Football Conference. ing reports on their next op- Saturday.
State had
a passel of ill luck gave players who didn't get him 48.2
yard
pitchers,just the reverse." fact, Davis is downright un- ponent, Tennessee. gave a average. !
in losing 21-7 to Texas Tech into Saturday's fray with Chat- Spurrier of Florida kick-
The, Gator boss went far to make amends for his treat He it this Young I
happy.
explains :
way. Vanderbilt had short and
last Saturday night. The big: tanooga a chance Monday The a ed six times for 257 yards and
ment of halfback Jack Harper, top star in the UF's suc- "We're in terrible shape. We second team offensive and defensive -, workout in shorts and 42.8 mark. j\\

cessful start over the Mustangs of SMU. must regroup our squad for Sat- units had a length sweat shirts, most of it concentrating i

"That Harper," he said. "Last .year .I was on him all the urday's game against a very scrimmage. Reserve end Austin i on the Commodore Biletnikoff and Perry tied in I

time because I thought he was loafing in practice. Then we Palatka Looms fine Florida team." Denney suffered a dislocatedhoulder running attack. The squad gain- scoring with 12 points each. f

found out he had mononucleosis and shouldn't have been ... Davis says his players need and probably will bout e: ed only 41 yards running Four Florida players followed :

there at all. He has a tremendous football heart." some rough work, but are tooLL I. of action for some time. against Georgia Tech Saturday.ing with six points apiece.
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You Just Never Know Big for 'Canes Maroon Hilton Ball injury and list Sherman are guards Doug- BUT THERE WEREN'T MANY (


When someone veered the talk around to the Gators' las, ends Tommy Inman and

fine defensive showing against SMU, Graves chuckled, added It was back to the grind yes- Bill McGuire and halfback Lar- I
this: terday for the area high school ry Swayne.At Films Reveal Gators Need Ij

gridders. Big games are on tap
"One day we had some spare time. The interior linemen }r0 : Baton Rouge, Louisiana j
had finished their drill so I told Gene (defensive line mentor everywhere this week, just one State worked out in sweat togs

Gene Ellenson) to take them to other field and do Friday deep into the season.A ; as the Bayou Bengals began Work Correct Mistakes !
t Gainesville High School,, to
something to occupy their time. A few minutes later, I preparations for Saturday's
Coach Jim Niblack said it looks
glanced over and they seemed to be jumping up and down.I gee with Rice at Houston.
"like another one of those kind
with Palatka." Under Lights Game film viewing of the 24-8 their defensive men becauseof

The Braves, 32-0 victor over Tblane worked under the victory over SMU was pleasant I their speed and quickness."

Green Cove Springs, have good .. PHiL 4 1 ELDER t JACK ECKDAHL lights with coach Tommy for Florida coaches this week These were the bright spots,

e talent, a new coach in Billy O'Boyle telling the players he but they noted a few items for 'but there were also a few -i

a 1 Bennett, moved up to replace die Henderson ran back a pun t; was disappointed with their change lest the script is alter- things which any good editor E

Rabbit Smith when the latter 50 yards in the last minute tc I tackling against Texas last Sat- ed for a horror showing follow- would splice out of film priorto

became Florida's No. 1 recruiter gain a 6-6 tie in 1963. Niblacl: urday night. ing Saturday's duel with Mis- its approval for release. ,

i ; and a desire to embarassthe said he hoped the 'Canes' running .. The night session was sched- sissippi State. The major mistakes included t

'Canes. game improved to go with I uled because many players First, on the joyous side, the (1)[ ) breakdown in punt coverage

The 'Canes came out of the Jack Eckdahl's passes. have lab classes in the after- defensive troops were elated (2)) a few instances of mixup in 4 C't.

I looked again; they still were doing it. Worse, it didn't 20-13 loss to Lee with no mCoach Mike Gutierrez said I noon. over the performance of most defensive signal calling ((3))

seem to be anything useful juries. However, Niblack said. P. K. Yonge worked.on offense At Oxford, Mississippi coach individuals and particularlywith offensive mistakes which stalled ., I

"Finally, J got down off the tower, walked over to Gene five or six players are ailing Monday getting ready for a I John Vaught said his team the efforts of tackle Syd drives. This' primarily involved .

and asked what' the jumping was supposed to signify. Gene with flu but he hopes they will. strong Fernandina Beach, team I would have to put some more MacLean, middle guard Bill penalties for motion.

said the linemen were practicing leaping up with arms out- be ready Friday night.A Friday. polish on its offense-an offense Richbourg and defensive back "This isn't a long list," said

stretched to bother the passer when he threw.the ball. Time "We looked over our scouting that piled up 439 yards in the, Jerry Newcomer. head coach Graves. "How- ,aXv, F
Ray
Fight Every .
Graves paused, took a big puff on his cigar, and said, report, he said. "Ft>man air and on the ground against! Game film count by head de- ,
GHS has held Palatka tc it contains football .
"You never know what's going to be important, do you?" I dina is improved over las j t Memphis State. I fensive coach Gene Ellenson re- ever, some GARY-j'-THOMAS';)y- 7
aerials and something like 50 yards gained year, more experience, m t r e points which can certainly get 1
The Gators deflected three SMU would-be one The players took a look at vealed MacLean, a Jackson- "
in the three you whipped in a tough game. Top Blocker
rushing past year: speed in' the backfield.
led indirectly to the field goal in the second period that Kentucky, films and worked ville senior made 10 tackles. :
but has had to fight for it-s:; The PKY mentor said th
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gave Florida the lead for keeps. against Wildcat plays. Mississippi three assists, recovered one
Several of the scribes left the session and the get-together football life every time. Fred Wave worked on timing on of- meets Kentucky at Jack- fumble and batted down one Gators'

moved from the living room to the patio. Graves fiddled tense. There were no injurie!s son this Saturday. pass attempt. MacLean: Selected

with a, transistor radio, seeking night ball games, specifical- in the opening win over Orangi Richbourg made eight tack

.. Texas Tech Mississippi State, LSU Texas A & M and Gator GridStatistics Park although Rob Hans e n Watched Movies les, had three assists and gen- Lineman of the Week II

Alabama-Georgia. Mrs. (Opal) Graves entertained the wivesof bruised a knee. He is expectec d I And the Wildcats, in turn, erally harried all the Mustang Top
to be able to play Friday. went to the movies to watch the
the writers. Newcomer
two of pass attempts. high-
Mem- I JACKSONVILLE (AP) of MacLean's
Mississippi victory over Syd Typical per
Better One lighted a great showing by the
I --- State. MacLean hard charging Uni- formance series of '
phis was one
Boo-Boos by NBC I FLORIDA 1'M ONE GAME Coach Charlie Roberts said Kentucky's scrimmage included Gator secondary by picking offa 'versity of Florida tackle, is the 'downs. On first down, he stop-
FOOTBALL STATISTICS pair of and having a ,
Santa Fe, which prcduced a fine passes
GAME RECORD work on defensive adjust- Florida football lineman of the ped an SMU runner at the line
Youngest daughter Beth, wearing her "W" as a Westwood Florida Opponen t defensive effort in beating Mad- ments, the kicking game and of- third interception nullified by a week for his play against Southern I of scrimmage. On second down,

cheerleader, raced out with a bigger radio. All was serenen 24 SCORING BY SMU- QUARTERS t ison, 13-0, will have to come up fensive fundamentals.At close pass interference call. Methodist Saturday.The he tackled an SMU passer fora

: the Graves'household. Florida 7 3 7 7 24 with a better one this week Athens, the Georgia Bull- Offensively, Coach Pepp e r long loss. On third down, he I
off to Opponent 08008 Starke. Rodgers was pleased with the 230-pound senior was the
against
the NBC television crew got
Even the knowledge 1234Tt1.TEAM dogs worked out with a scrim- deflected an SMU pass.
a shaky start Saturday on the regional telecast. First boo-boo STATISTICS "They'vereally got a good between varsity reserves blocking of the Gator short outstanding defender in a Florida

consisted of Wide World of Sports Jim Simpson saying the 24 Florida Points .'...................Opponen. 8 t offense," Roberts said. "We'll mage and freshmen. Coach Vince Dooley side in the line, end Gary line which did a superb job I

game was coming to the fans from Gainesville (shudder) 5! 1st down run .............. 2 have to improve if we're goingto said his team will have a Thomas and guard Larry Beck- of shackling the Mustangs in Have you tried i
2 t 1st down pass .. ......... 2 Florida backs the Gators'
24-8
averagedover
man. victory.
Georgia. Second, the introduction of Graves as "Red"Graves 1 1st down. penalty ........ 2 contain them. tough opponent in the Vander- I King
instead of Ray. 8 Total 1st downs ........-... 6 Roberts said the Rebels! col- five yards per carry run-. Jack Hairston, sports editor of a I
40 Runs from Scrim ........ 36 bilt Commodores Saturday
The NBC crew finally got squared away, about the same 134 Gain from Scrim .......... .2 lected the usual first game night ning over the short side in the the Jacksonville Journal and Edward
time the Gators did. At that, Simpson rushed away immediately 20 Lost from Scrim .......... 4 bumps and bruises but no se- still unbalanced line setup being president of the Florida Sports
114 Net gain scrim ......... .. 88 Alabama's kicking game
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after the game for Tokyo where he will work 114.0 Rush avg. per game ...... 88.0 vere injuries.At is but over-all Mon- used this season.Quarterbacks Writers Association, announcedthe yet ? !
9 passes attempted .......... 17 Starke, Coach David Hurse a problem Tom Shannon selection. f
with an'Olympic-filming crew. 5! Passes completed ........ 5 day night's practice session was
Graves has a further piece to go than that. He has to s_.6 Percent completed ......-.. 29.4 had praise for Santa Fe's coach Paul and Steve Spurrier also were Earlier, Fred Biletnikoff, I
Bryant.
o 1 Passes had interc. ......... :3 defense. in pleasing to for picking defens i v e
Miss. for night "They really get praised Florida State flanker back
lead the Gators out to Jackson, a Saturday 104 Gain passing ................ 38 Said Bryant: was
clash with an embittered Mississippi State gang, 'rudely up- 109.0 Pass avg. per game ........ 38.0 there," he said. "We'll have to to have weaknesses and calling signals named back of the week. In the ;
don't
"We seem any
223 Total Net Gain .......... 126 do some fine blocking if we ex- well in addition to throwing no Seminoles' 14-0 t
set 21-7 by Texas Tech. 223.0 Total offense avg ...... 126.0 pride in our kicking game. And victory over Miami
And anyone _who doesn't think Jackson, Miss., is farther 8 No. of punts .............. 7 pect to move the ball." interceptions."SMU he set a record with nine

away than Tokyo just isn't with it these days, especiallyin 42.6 341 Total Punting yds.avg kicked..................-.310... 44.3 Unbeaten Teams has an outstanding de- pass receptions for 165 yards.
Southeastern Conference football. 4 No. of punts ret .........-.. 4 fensive football team with as MacLean got stiff competitionfor
112 Yds. punts ret ............. 74 Starke beat Macclenny 21-0 HandShakingOut "
28.0 Avg. punt return .......... 1>-S and the Rebels-Tornadoes meet- much speed as I've ever seen, the lineman honor from
2 No. kickoffs ret ......-.... 5 said Rodgers. "Our young boys teammates Dennis Murphy,
Caught oil the Run 48 Yds. kickoffs ret ......... M ing brings together two unde- in SWC
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24.0 KO return avg ............ 17.2 Richbourg,
9 No of penalties ............ S feated elevens in a highlight Southwes guard, and FSU's linebacking ICs tl (artist sMder
Hagood Clarke, star Gator back of 1963, is making it big' 73 Yds. penalized ............. 48 area game this week Hurse DALLAS (AP) ; Warriors bl the band.
...... guards Bill McDowell and Dick
2 Fumbles. .._....... 5 Conference Football coache
with the Buffalo 'Bills of the American Football League. Ted o Fumbles lost .............. 1 said quarterback Phil Elder'swork Hermann.
................ 1 have agreed to dispense wi I
K. Miller UF graduate in 1962, sends along a clipping 1 I TDs running against Macclenny was thSAN
1 TDs passing ................ 1 the customary midfield FRANCISCO lAP) -
from the Buffalo Courier-Express telling how Clarke ran 1 TDs punt return ........... 0 outstanding.At The U.S. Olympic team, paced
back short field goal attempt 87 yards against Kansas City 3 Ex. pt. att. (kick) ......... 0 Lincoln, Coach Jesse shake after league games.
a Ex. an. (kick) ...... 0 taken said j I Jerry Shipp's 16 points,
3 pt. --- The move is being by CHAIN LINK
and followed with 78 yard kickoff Heard said his Terriers will
Cheifs for a touchdown a 8 Ex. pt. an. (run) ......-... 1 the San Francisco'War-
Boston Patriots. 0 Ex. pt. made (run) ........ 1 have their hands full this week. conference executive secretary r outsped
return against the 1 Field Goals an .............. 1 Howard Grubbs to reducesideline riors of the National Basketball
And in the Bill's first game of the season, Clarke zigzagged 1 Field Goals made .......... "Croomes (Sanford) beat Howard and beat the
...... 0 and dressing roon:l Association pros HURRICANEFENCE
49 yards with a punt against Kansas Cityto 0 OPP.Safeties FUMBLES for huu..U.RECOVERED BY High of Ocala, 22-6, last 63-56 Monday night.AMERICAN .

set up the winning field goal for Buffalo. Clarke is play- MacLeanINDIVIDUAL week and you know bow tough confusion after games. .............,.....-.,.-.-., -",.]
ing safety for the Bills. Although he's not the fastest run' Alt. Camp. Pet.PASSING Utr. Gala TO Howard always is," Heard

ner, Gator fans will remember the 80-yard punt return and! Spurrier < :3 50.0 1 n 1 said.Heard I
the 67 yard effort against Auburn and FSU in 1962 andthe Shannon PUNTING:3 2 U.GAME? 0 36 0 I said Sanford handed I 1

72-yard scamper against Miami last year. Clarke has Kicks Yds. Bit Av*. Lincoln its only defeat last! Protect AndBeautify

a knack of following his blockers. Clarke credits this tc Spurrier Seymour 6 2'157" e 0 42.8 CLO year and has a veteran team: ,

hours of practice at the UF on kickoffs, punt returns and PUNT RETURNS TOt back. "They lost only four or I Your Home
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of it. Miller connected with the Stat< Ns. Yds. Avw. five boys from last NOW
kickoff returns, hours Harper :3 111 37.B 1 year. LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE .
University of New York at Buffalo, adds Clarke is the firs t! Bennett 1 1 1.B 0 Heard said Croomes is not W L Pet 8PhiladelpMa' W L ret O.B.
Long to 61 **
back the Bills have had who knows how to follow his INDIVIDUAL Ras ..RUNNING LIt Net AWl RM overly, big but, "they, hive tremendous Baltimore New York It Mf2" "Jin' 1 Cincinnati U.561 'SVSt.
8840.337 6
blockers. Shannon 10' 45 2 3t 3-.f speed. They've gotthree Chicago 12V 2 Sn Louis.Frandsco 83 *8 .550 7
4 25 23 5' Detroit 71 n ,517 I '
Former Gainesville High School lineman Bill Thompson t Felber Dupree 7'20 a 20 MBaeszter boys in that backfield who Cleveland 7t 73 J1. 13V J Pittsburgh Milwaukee 7ft 77 '72 72 .517.514 12 12Vi

cow a sophomore at Vanderbilt, saw much action last t Poe :1 14 18 0 K 18 U U really can hurt you." Los Minnesota Angeles 77 7S 7 76* .503 Jl 14V 15V I I Ocago Los Angeles' O 75 82 75 '.t5I.500. 22 MVi

Saturday as the Commodores lost to Georgia Tech, 14-2. H e Knapp 1:1.:1: : 11Spunief' Boston N M .447 M Houston *4 H .421 24V*
.. Bounced Back Washington 9* *33tt 32 50 99.336 ,,
4 4 1 :3 N.r Yak !
recovered Engineer fumble. s< 96 6I :Ii _
one .. Meni'i ResrttsOnctanatt
7 11 11 0 KansasMonday's
Harper At Coach Archie RasuIbNO
have been down-graded in more .Newberry, 1. PhBadeiphia S -
wayjthan INTERCEPTIONS
The Gators certainly, labeled the UF foi. .... Yds. R.... TDS Rankston said his Panthers games scheduled.T...,.. 6aleo, Houston 3,'San Frame 1 S FREE Information tr EstimatesSee
Most, xnagaazines : J
one this, seasnn. Newcomer 2" have:bounced back wen despitea Baltimore .Pappn'15-J at Detroit A0ulrrt Only games Todays Games Our Quality Get Our Price
5-5 seasons, or worse, even though, 1ie.Look, picking- theUF Bennett 1 11.- 0., II '5-11. .. ] Los Angeles Drysdate. 18-14 at Chicago Before You Decide Immediate InstallationNO
and-or Auburn,the two teams vote I INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING 20loss to Lake Butler in Chicago Howard M :at LOti f Angeto I L. Burdetta 18-* -
to topple Mississippi Me. Yards TDS their I Newman 12-t. eight .V Simmons 154 at New York DOWN PAYMENT Up To 36 Months To PayPHONE
No. .1 fa the ',nation 'by the Assodatd Press 'and SIllustrated : Casey :3 44 1 opener."We'had Minnesota Pascual oil atJ Kansas I Sri 10-11. nightOnrtmart.O'TooJe
Harper 156' lot of spirit Monday Ofy Odom W. night<. ,I .. 15-7 at'Philadelphia
.a J
respectively. Poe .1 5' Boston Menbouquette 11-U at .washSon ingShort: 17-7. night
The unkindest cut came last Saturday. Georgia's Bulldogs' KiCKOFP. RETURNS" -; he said."We had a good Slehhouse 27. night Milwaukee Lamaster 15-11 at Pittsburgh I r 372-5333 J I II I
': N.T ards Aw,. New York Stotttemyr 7-2 and Ford ISn I Veal 18-18. night '
not expected to be a ball' of fire this season, were givera Harper 2 48 24.0 workout: I was real'pleased. at Cleveland Donovan J-9;and Siebert I San Francisco COleUS 8-1 at Houston
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Dooley: of watching either.thE. PAT .AM-Made Bankston said Harry Holder 1j. 2.1 Olerker- Bight.
choice: ,by Coach Vince Wednesday's Games Wednesdays Games SAUNDERS CO.
T< a-r-k a-r-k FGs ,TILCasey ami .Farnsworth New York at Cleveland:, 2.. twMghtChicago Cincinnati at Philadelphia N
watching Sophia1 Lorei .. *. .|Tommy' were .
UFr-SMU: game on regional TV 1 ...* ;844 8 4 at Los Angeles N *:., San Francisco at Houston N I
pl Empire at a Tuscaloosa theater: You guessed Harper I. 844; %844 P, 8 <,6 especially outstanding in. the Minnesota at Kansas City. N Milwaukee at Pittsburgh N 814 N.W. 4th St.
theLRoman < Baeszler ; '1 844 44 0 4 Baltimore at Detroit Los Angeles at ChicagoSt. i
it .Georgia took the'36 game instead"of the 24d.1 Han '. t-H 84-J 1 4 workout Monday. Boston at Washington. N f Louis at New York

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ow, "ctrdn't the Pittsburg Steelers Division race. :>f the season on a play that admittedly the fifth on a. single by Jim
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-- :put V. A. Tittle through .the 4- in- sacrifice and John
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If that fellow who 'Iil \ )- -- . get a man to third base. Then
wringer. kept scoring Bateman's double.
....... ,... .*:. ":, it's all downhill. volved.
.- .... I touchdowns for San Franciscoin ."i.' "" .
... "' Cincinnati's Chi Ruiz Tagged For Homer The final Colt run scored in
John Baker, a 270-pounder, its upset victory over Phila- .J '. co
putTittieinadazeandtheNew delphia looked familiar to Eagle k ; .j: reached third in the sixth inning Johnson, now 11 16, was: the eighth on a walk, Joe Mor

York Giants in a tizzy with a Coach Joe Kuharich, there was : Monday night and promptly tagged for a homer by rookie: gan's single and a sacrifice flyby

"bone jarring tackle that a good reason. ;; became the second player in.Jim Hart in the fourth inning I Staub.

: knocked the veteran quarterback Mike' lAnd played for. Kuhar- --'- ; 'ti three games to beat the Phillies .
,
:: out of Sunday's game. ich for three years at Notre ) by stealing home.

, ** The injury, diagnosed as Dame. At least he was on the ," >. Ruiz' theft and John Tsitouris' Yank Problem:.

, severely bruised cartilages Irish roster. Injuries limited J4h"''''' ''-- -k six-hit pitching gave the Reds a

-.. :'.'around three ribs, left Tittle as lim to five games in the three ,.y'< 1-0 victory and pulled second-

.....- *Doubtful l at best for Friday seasons, so that Kuharich never f I ,. .. ,- .....,." .. place Cincinnati to within 5&

-r:: .night's game with the Washington did see much of him. _.__ _______ ....._. _.n.'n- .--__ .. .. -'"- ----- -- '...-- games of the Phillies, who were What PositionFits

,. ,:::'.'',? Redskins. If Y.A. can't go, Lind made up for it Sunday, REDS' INFIELDER CHICO RUIZ STEALS HOME(AP wirephoto to the Sun) beaten by the Los Angeles

:..-. Gary Wood, a rookie, will han- scoring three times, and Kuhar Scored Winning Run in Sixth Inning Against Phils Dodgers when Willie 4-3 Davis Saturday stole home night in
-:-- die the signal calling. ich would just as soon not see .

:;;:: would, be a'tough spot for a any more of'him. the 16th inning. Mantle? .

..: :21-year-old' from Cornell with Other GameIn -
One man's meat and potatoesis Brown Says He Supports the only other game sched- :.So

leftover hash for another. uled Monday, Rusty Staub CLEVELAND (AP) The Besides the advantage in the

After the Los Angeles Rams drove in two runs and Ken American League-leading New loss column, the Yankees apparently -

:.: Trio Ties had blown a fourth-quarter lead Johnson pitched a four-hitter as York Yankees, so set for their have another big plusin

and had to settle for a tie with Views of Black MuslimsCLEVELAND the Houston Colts defeated San final road trip that the most momentum, having won five

: .' F the Detroit Lions, Ram Coach Francisco 3-1 for their fifth pressing problem is deciding straight, seven of eight and 20 of

Top Harland Svare was philosophical. straight victory and the third which outfield position is closerto their last 27 in the pennant

'__. 4' (AP) Pro depth of our protest. Does he lims," Brown said. "Yet I'm all under new Manager Luman the bench, tackle the Cleve- push.

: Lineman I "A tie in this league is like a j rootball star Jimmy Brown of realize that the Black Muslim's for them because we need every Harris. land Indians tonight in the first

win," said. Svare. I the Cleveland Browns says he is basic attitude toward whites is possible element going for us. The loss left the fourth-place .of a pair of twi-night doubleheaders -

51-:[ A pair of Santa Fe linemen Not so for Lion Coach George I not member of the Black Muslims -shared by almost 98 per cent of The more commotion, the bet Giants seven games back of the I .
: J but the views of the Negro population.The ter. Do I sound bitter? I not : MAJOR4
.: and a stIckout from North Mar Wilson. "We lost because we supports am Phillies with only a dozen The Yankees, leading Baltimore v !
: : didn't block and tackle," the I the Negro organization. Black Muslim sect fc a in the least bitter. You don't games remaining. The Phillies and
ion tad a y share honors a s by one game two
Negro group that advocates have to be bitter to fight. If tangle with the Reds again to- LEAGUE MV
week" in the disappointed Wilson said. not like with
..,.....,: "lineman of the "Somepeople may games on Chicago only a
-;--- Sun's first vote of the season. what I have to say," the Negro separation of the races and people throw rocks at your night, seeking to move closer to handful remaining, have their ,
.. preaches a theory of Negro home, you don't have to be bitter their first pennant since 1950( fEADE /
;;, 7 All are tackles. Boston Patriot Coach Mike I fullback said Monday in explaining I pitching rotation all set for the I
to supremacy."I to come out ready for ac sending Chris Short, 17-7 against. entire road and r
::: "Doyle Sikes and Charles Kersey Holovak was talking report-I some statements he seven-game trip
"'-',-- "' of the Rebels constituted the ers after his club'lost the American -J made on racial discriminationin am not one of the Mus tion. Jim O'Toole, 15-7. have had their lone problem AMERICAN LEAGUE

heart of Santa Fe defense in a League title to San Diego j this week's edition of Look The American League pen-I solved by a couple of architects.The ota Batting, .323;400 B.Robinson at bats,-Baltimore.OlIve, Mmne-.312.

: -: nant race resumes this after Runs Oliva, Minnesota, 105 Howser,
r" win Mad last Magazine.
13-0 impressive over by 51-10 January. one problem is Mickey Cleveland, 91.

ison.And "For the life of me,'" Holovak "That doesn't matter to me," Better ,Designed, Sailed noon when meets second-place Detroit. The Balti-Orioles Mantle, the slugging outfielder Killebrew.Runs batted Minnesota In -,Stuart IMj ,B.Boston Robinson and

the Colts' Roger Wood, said, "I can't believe that's the :he went on. "The things.had tobe more -, with the slipping underpinningswho Baltimore, 105.

.. looked to be one of the area's difference between the two > said. As far as football goes, Boat Wins America's one game behind the front! has volunteered to play the inson.Hits Baltimore.- Oliva Minnesota 179. 203; B. Rob .

:best this was all over teams." Cup running New York Yankees, Doubles Olive, Minnesota, 203; B. '
:;; season it won't make any difference. If outfield position "which is closest Robinson, Baltimore 17*.
the field as North Marion up.. The. Pats proved he was right I can produce, it won't matter. .L will start Milt Pappas, 15-5, to the bench. Just a matterof Doubles -, Oliva, Minnesota, 41; Bres-

set Eau Gallie, 13-7, coming back to knock off the ,And if I can't, then it doesn'tmatter NEWPORT, R. I. (AP) spars and sailing to some extent agaist the Tigers' Hank having less running back and soud Triples Boston- 39.Versatles. Minnesota. 10Yastrezemski ,

Sikes and Kersey came up Chargers 33-28 Sunday.UFs either.". They held a post-mortem on the ," said Boyden.He Aguirre, 510. forth." geles and Rollins, Boston Minnesota Fregosi,., Los An-

with 8-10 tackles each and drowned America's Cup hopesof would challenge again, TwinighterThe Home runs Klllebrcw, Minnesota,

thwarted every Red Devil attempt No CommentA Sovereign.The Boyden said, only if he could be Yankees scheduled Chose Left Ms Stolen Powell bases Baltimore- ,Aprlclo 35. Baltimore

to get back into the spokesman for the National assured "if designers in Britaincan are The Yankees didn't even haveto 52: Welt, Chicago, 22.
game Dupree verdict, with no one dissenting for,'a twi-nighter at Cleveland Pitching 15 decisions Bunker Baltimore -
after the Rebels moved in Football League club declined come forward with designswe buy a ruler. The ballparks at 175 .773; Pappas. Baltimore, 15-
the better designed, while third-place Chicago, trail. 5, .750.
., :'.- front. comment on, the article, whichis know are good enough to Cleveland and Washington Strikeouts Downing, New York, 201;
,
and sailed boat is at Los
-- equipped won. ing by two games, Peters. Chicago 195.NATIONALLEAGUE.
Listed ForAll.Amelica from a book authored by catch the Americans. then ext stop-are symmetrical,
: : .... Fine Job Constellation outstandingin Angeles for a night game.
Brown entitled "Off was Mantle able to have his .
My The prospect, he said was not so was Batting 400 at bats Clemente Pittsburgh
,-.;.-A...,&Rebel line coach Harry Hut- Chest." outclassing the challengerfrom encouraging. Tsitouris, who brought his choice of positions. He chose left .344; Aaron Milwaukee, ,JJ5, t
Runs Mays, San Francisco 115 Allen
met'em Madison the Thames Yacht record to 8-11 with his first shut -
:; son said "They ( the Royal field. Philadelphia, 113.
) better than halfway. They Among things Brown, a50,000ayear Club in four straight races and out of the season, was locked in Runs batted In Boyer St. Louis,
$ player now in his On the mound for the Yankees 114; Santo, Chicago. 101.
., did a fine job of red-dogging. never more so than in Monday'sfinal Horace Wells a scoreless duel with Art Ma Hits Clemente, Pittsburgh, 198.
NEW YORK Larry Dupree, eighth season with Cleveland, 12-9 until Ruiz darted tonight in the first twinighterwill Flood St. Louis, 195.
They really hustled. race which she won by haffey, Doubles Maye. Milwaukee, 40; Cle
.
Florida fullback whose touched be who
fleet Mel
on: Stottlemyre, mente, Pittsburgh 39.
Wood had 15 tackles for the 15 minutes Leads Church home.
miles ,
almost two
or 12 Allen
last Triples Santo. Chicago ;
745 season has 7-2 record in the
rushing yards compiled
a
I C' ., .Colts against North Marion and, -White racial attitudes "I 40 seconds over Rhode Island Chico led off the sixth with a Philadelphia, 11.
him All Southeastern Conference five weeks he has been with the Home San Francisco
Mays
won runs -
protest prejudice, but I am a single, moved to third on a sin ,
.l the offensive blocking. Sound.It Loop With 554 44 Williams Chicago. 32.
-Colt coach Stan Toole said honors" for the second prejudiced man. The white man gle by Vada Pinson and, with) club, and ace left-hander Whitey Stolen bases Wills, Los Angeles
V- ,I straight was heralded by was a bitter defeat for all Ford, 15-6. The Indians' will 49; Brock St. Louis, 42.
year has
forced be
:.. _.. is most : me to prejudiced Mahaffey pitching to Frankm Pitching 15 decisions Koufax. Los
"Roger our dependable: Horace Wells of Advent Christian
;
; : the nation's coaches today as a against him.Excoach. ." hands of the British entourage counter with Dick Donovan, 7-8, Angeles 195. J92; Bunning, Philadelphia '-
:... :lineman. He takescharge: : Church No. 2 rolled 185- 11-5. -7S3.
realty Boyden who paid!
'favorite for 1964 All-Ameri and Tony and Siebert 7-6. ,
........ top Paul Brown -, Sonny Strikeouts Koufax, Los Angeles 213.:
in there. to make Sovereign the 18-1-185-554 to lead the Gainesville Drysdale, Los Angeles and Gl bson St
ca glory. $300,000 Meanwile, the Orioles and
._: "Although I was billed as Paul'sstar Louis 221.Curvis.
-- Also nominated Sam
were
Church Palm
Elusive Larry, a 195 pound finest challenger Britain could I League at Boxes White Sox, both in a precarious
''' Swilley, Chiefland; Jerry Grier, performer, I had no rela- .. Lanes last
': senior from Macclenny, Fla., produce for the Cup that America night. position, will be at Detroit and
Gainesville V. G. Hodsdon and tionship with him. I wanted to,. Has
: R. P. Mathison First Methodist
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was among 53 gridiron greats has held without interruption I Los Angeles, respectively. The
Steve Twedell, P. K. Yonge and but his aloofness put him beyond Night Game
; had 514 and
Henry Rogers,
adjudged All America timber for 113 years. I CINCINNATI PHILADELPHIA Orioles will send Milt Pappas,
Jeff Warren, Starke.Harry approach. my six years Advent Christian, 513. Rog e r J; rhbi a&rhb Many Fans
the 500 plus members ofthe 19th successful I 15-5 against the Tigers' Hank
by under Paul Brown were as. This was the Rose 2b 4000 Gonzalez cf 4 0 1 0 ,
American Football Coaches ,, had 191 high game. Run 3b 4110 Allen 3b 701 0
: challenge in which the U.S. has Aguirre, 5-10, while the White
much as I could stomach. First rolled 1002-lOOfr. Pinson cf 3010 Callison rf 400 0 LONDON (AP) Thousandsof
I Melire Association.The won 60 of the 66 races held. Baptist Ro 'UIIf 4020 Covmgton If 4 0 2 0 Sox will go with rookie Bruce
On the racial issue Brown arrived in
Welsh boxing fans
1009-3017 and First Methodist! Johnson Ib 4000 Phillips pr 000 0 Howard
0-0 the
was
gold-plated array wrote: "We obviously were beaten Edwards c 4000 HVst'n Ib! 400 0 against Angels'Fred London to root for Brian Curvis,
: had a 1016 high game. Herb I rf 4020 401 0
announced in the current issue Keough Dal'mple c Newman 12-9.
"The first thing the white: because we weren't good Bevis, First Methodist, made'. Cardenas ss 3 0 0 0 Taylor 2b 300 0 their national idol, in his bid for
Quarterback (Sept. 26) of TV Guide maga- man must understand is the: enough in facet-rigging,, Tsitourls p 2010 Amaro ss 401 0
every Must Keep Edge"We're Emile Griffith's world welter
2000
"\' zine by association presidentLen the 5-7 split; Mathison, 6-7; and Mahaffey f

... Casanova, head coach at Dick Guenther, First Methodist,I Totals :32 1 7. Briggs Totals pa 32 100 0 i S not counting on themto weight title tonight. .

Club of : Ja.ck 6710.T. Cincinnati ................. MM 001 000- lose," said Yankee Manager Griffith, the hard-hitting, 26- ;
the Oregon.
T SpeakerHarry University ... ...,.. .. ...
ooo 000 000-4
The 5- foot-11 Dupree, who Nick g"GOLF .. Arnold of Goof balls had l Philadelphia Yogi Berra. "We have to win on year-old New Yorker, is a 2-1
Cardenas. LOB-Cincinnati 7. Philadelphia the 15-rounder
175.199-208-582 in the .Sperry field. We must keep the favorite to win the
would-be tacklers is rat I.2BAllen
Mehre, veteran foot-I dupes R. Shutlis Sr.t Goofballs, Covlngton 2. Keough. SB- edge in the loss column." before a sellout crowd of 10,300in
I IOME loop.
ed of the best "aceinawle" I
:ball analyst will the one ST&A&YGOLFgfcfr.aN/PPIN6 Ruiz. S Allen.
open had 552 and Frank Palka, Drift., IP H R ER BBSO In the loss column, the Yankees Wembley's indoor stadium.
fullbacks in the collegiate
Gainesville Club's ... 6 0 0 2 IMahary
Quarterback Tsit'is W 1-11 'have scheduled to start
550. J. Tuggle .had a 224 I .. a formidable edge The fight is
Coach Ray Graves. rs. L 1209 <2-3 1 1 2 5
weekly program of meetings tonIght sphere by ;; APPLY PULU coticigAi1ou Locke ...... ...-.. 11-31 0 C 1 0 three over the Orioles and four about 3 p.m., EST.
at the Golf and He will captain the 1964 squadat <0 )KEEPINGTH HBAPl&HO1&t -flL-L. ON top game. Shantz 1 0 0 0 0 0
Country ,.. over the White Sox. The Yan- The 27-year-old Welshman
Gainesville.The 1'"H PU-f fgNt TO OVeRLOOJ Toppers rolled 2911 and 1025. PB-Dalrymple. T-2:3O. AC.C7.Night
Club. Festivities will start at "11t1VI..A1. JZUUe'wWgN| GOMes.0.1'e: :; kees have 14 games remaining, holds the British and Empire
6:30 coaches' group will study ALa..IMPOrANr GHIP' AROUNP 1'H <=1FZcEN... Game
: % pm.Mehre SAN FRANCISCO HOUSTON the pursuers 10 each. titles. JI
former coach in the Eastman Kodak slow motion abrhbi abrhbi
TateMoves ,I
_.p* Southeastern Conference a t films of 1964 games before I M.Alou Kuenn If rf 4000 4000 Morgan Spangler 2b If 401 3101 0

picking the 75th annual All- ..IN'CWPIN& Mays cf 4000 Staub rf 3112
Georgia and Mississippi, cur I Hart 3b 4111 Bond Ib 3000
America eleven. The selectionswill ANY 'U&J.1" Personnel 3000 Aspro't. 3b 3000
Cepeda Ib
.: : writes football column ( '
rently a
Mo-fION OPn4 Halter c 3020 Wynn cf :3120 i
,"" in the Atlanta Journal. be announced exclusively in 4At7 t / Crandall cOD 0 0 Kasko ss 2010:

-; ? A noted humorist and a pre- the Nov. 28 issue of TV Guide. 1 'VA AGCGN1ttP'iL4iH1OPNIN& I t MIAMI (AP) Coach Charlie I, Pagan Lanier ss 2b 0000:3010 Johnson Bateman p c 2:3011 0 0 0Davenp'I GHS

I Tate plans no full scrimmages ss 2000
: v Iou s speaker at the local OR \.4 McCovey ph 100 0Bolm
..- club's C1.-0&ING1 O d ,tff for his University of Miami I p 2000
_... weekly grid seas on Auerbach -i14 G CLUPAC.EWMICM :- I -fl r/ I Hurricanes this week but will I Snider ph 1000 I
;
Mehre is tort (1A" O'Dell 0000ratals
meets, expected t I At-a.; p
.. Tatals U33: HURRICANES
bolster both the offense 3114 1
to
"' preview the Southeastern Con- I N e.peP I attempt .......... ... 000 m 000 1
,_: ference 1964 race. Gets FullAuthority -roups-r PgclIoI'J .: and defense with a series I Houston San Francisco.. ... ............ SOS ill Olx--3 OPENING
.. & -
Mehre coached Georgia 1 0 of personnel moves. E-Johnson. DP-Houston 1, San Francisco -
Against Georgia Tech in Atlanta 1. LOB-San Francisco 3. Houston HOME GAME
*** years and posted a 59-34-6 record -: 3-
'I Saturday, Tate plans tc 2B-Batemon. HR-Hart 29, Staub AT
,. T with 1931 and 1933 team'
Fred Brown both on offense I. (. S-Kasko. SF-Staub.
". 8-20-0.) He coached at Mis- use IP H R ER BB SO
gomg BOSTON (AP) Lou Pieri and defense in place of injured I Bolin LSI ..... 7 5 2 2 1 6 CITIZEN'S FIELD
:sissippi for seven years, going once refused to invest in John Matlock at end. Matlock.O'Dell ..1 1 1 1 1 1
'.' 39-26-1 and twice had clubs Johnson W 11.16' 4 1 1 0 tT
Boston Celtics unless Red Auer- GUARt1 AGfAlN&1"MY ) has a foot injury. -1:51. A-4,154.
--..?' with 9-2-0 marks, 1938 and 1940. bach was hired as coach. Nowhe's pM.Artio 8 P. M. FRIDAY \

.. Mehre coached Rebel All handed the fiery court genius "' flNc:,= OF $-fe; e UeAP
OLI.OWn4
HEAV
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*.t' .America Parker Hall in 1938. 6HOUt.O_ N01'
.j &NCN1!
.- "full authority" as vice president I1. UN-t"lt.
There will be a scouting report APVIC: O NOt -tHe otowlN& GHS PALATKA
and general manager OVRLY- .flIROU&H; vs. i
TT. on Mississippi State by a
Auerbach, who was 47 Sunday ANJOU& "fO UA e.ENo I >
'Gator assistant coach. UF head was put in "complete ofG 1"HS R'CJL.1" COMP&1PHe Ii I II
-* !-i coach Graves will -( f7HO-S; '
Ray sum up charge" Monday of the team I i TICKET PRICES

.-...*. the win over SMU and discuss he's directed to six straight REGULAR ADMISSION: ADVANCE AT GATE

: .the upcoming game with State National Basketball Associatio (Thru Tfcurs.) -

Films of the SMU contest will crowns and seven in eight Reserved Section ...... $1.75 $2.00

-be shown. ... Cenerol Admission . $1.50 1.75
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years. taII.--- --
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The most successml coach the. I I Thru Cr.J. 6 . .50 .75
Three Golfers pro game has ever known will I Grade 7 or Higher . .75 1.25

begin his 19th campaign on the I'
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Register Aces bench as well. Are
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ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) -A the' team, succeeding the late your front steps and sues I AT ONE OF THESE PLACES OF BUSINESS:

>, .'oil holelnonea golfing rarity the board of pipe tobacco you..oratrcccrashesagarnL I II
..."" Walter Brown by : a the I 13th Pharmacy Wise's Drug Store
was accomplished Monday by directors Monday. However, the i onto your roof... or a bur- I Florid Pharmacy Hoffman Pharmacy

.three players at the Oak Hill I Providence, R. L, resident and MAINHAZARDS glar breaks into your home I Canova Drug Co. Vidal! Drag Store

""%"'- Country Club. Celtics' partownersaid fLat the: in a :filter or a defective wire sets I Windy'i McCoHum Barter Drug Shop Co. Bill Green's Barber Shop
Joseph Scanlon of Rochester, logical development of thing
I your rugs and furniture afire Jimmy Hughes Mike's Book Store
a retired tire dealer who is i in l probably will see Auerbaci I I Sporting Goods Mo"i...'. Barber Shop
-.- : -would be protectedlIt
:: his 70s, scored his ace on the holding the office of president in OFNOMEOWNINI e. you I! Oel;'. Pharmacy Gulf Hardware :

;"*"132-yard 4th hole of the club's i several years.Selects. cigarette Charlie Murray's Marina Gridley Music Company :
.. not sure, see us for I Sale and Service Goffs Barber Shop
-West course, using No. 6 iron.
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:; Johnson Promises to :Push for" Excise Tax Cuts ;


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t ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) calls. elate the Republican party with same old man." By 'pledging, that rev ductio of 5 per cent,for five of,the 1950s, would mean a loss every American of every race

President Johnson told a bell- Johnson, returning to Conven- "voices of doom and despair." Turning to tax policy, Johnson -would not be' allowed to : -. contingent on tight budg-.-of $20 billion a year in production -and color and belief."

ringing cheering crowd of labor tion Hall where he was nomi- Although he did not mention the had this to down the economy, control -a loss of 1% million jobsa In his one prepared referenceto

union members today that he nated by last month's Demo- GOP, the President said these .say; hinted at further.. tax : Johnson' returning,to_Conven- 40 per cent rise in unem civil rights, the Presidentsaid

will recommend a cut in excise cratic National Convention, addressed voices have been using "the "We will 'continue ,a fiscal The :1964 tax ,cut, for Hall,where received. the ployment." : "No one has anything to

taxes next year. And he hintedat some 3,500 delegates to same worn-out phrases against: policy which expands purchasing -was based;largely on.the 9craticatioI .on Aug. In addition,to avoiding reces- fear from increasing opportunity -

other tax cuts if ,prosperity the 12th biennial convention of progressive legislation from Social power to.meet. our'power: that revenues. were. putting tax'r emphasized. b 4.and-but. sion Johnson said, the nation for all Americans. History
continues. the United Steelworkers Union. Security through the war on produce. The tax' cut was a brake on the economy. ; issues in his text for the must _"extend prosperity to ,all proves and reason confirmsthe
poverty." part of this policy. In the 'future .' Americans" through strong. more Americans take a pro-
Minutes before his arrival the Sen, Barry Goldwater, R current ductive place in our society the
This was Johnson's first flat we will not permit federal Hailing : prosperity, er unemployment compensationand ,
disclosure that he favors lower delegates unanimously endorsedhis He said the public hears revenues to become _a drag on lican presidential:candidate, said! "America cannotafford minimum wage laws greater the prosperity alL

excises taxes on the retail candidacy. but ,will not heed "the same our economy. Next\ year, we ready',is:,on,record asla, a recession.' He,went on through, medical care for the "The only real danger to anyis

prices of such items as lip- Talking of bread-and-butter old arguments in the same old are planning to, cut excise tax new'tax cuts. Goldwater. to.paint. :this picture: aging,under,Social Security and the failure to use the skills

sticks, auto tires and telephone issues, Johnson sought to asso- way, written, I imagine, by the es" this month: proposed income 4'A recession: .today-like.those through "equal opportunity for.and labor of all."
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A1kt Returned to Prison Hawthorne

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4Y3 BUSINESS. ;
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REVIEW Y Free 78 Days by Mistake Dead at Home


HAWTHORNE A 75 year-
ByBOB.MEEKER j He was returned to Raiford old Hawthorne man, reportedly

Sun Staff Writer Prison following another worthless despondent over poor health, ,

Dade Aims BRONSON A Cedar Key man was returned to check charge in Alachua killed: himself Monday morn r
prison yesterday following an apparently unauthorized County in August -1963 ''which ing at his home with a shotgun,

78 days at liberty. revoked his parole. according to the Alachua County
Readers'
Request Tax Judge John A. H. :Murphree sentenced Howard M. Hamm was transferred backto Sheriff's department. f

Revamp Hamm, Cedar Key, to three years at hard labor on two Marion County on a precedentset
counts of 'forgery .and uttering a ,forgery as trials by the Gideon case which George E. Whitcomb.! was
The requested following specifically market by quotationsare readersof At FloridaMIAMI opened in the Eighth Judicial Circuit Court for Levy vacated his first 10-year sen-, found dead at about 6 a. m. by

_. the Sun financial 1 page. The quotaSTOCK LISTINGS County Bronson., tence. his wife, who called officers.
tions art furnished by Apparently he was returned. Deputy John S. Tileston said
(AP-Dade Miami Hamm,was supporsedly .serving -the.many Gideon cases currently S ,
( )
Pierce WulbernMurphey S five-year sentence for forgery being heard throughout the from Marion back to Alachua. Whitcomb was slumped in a
County, ordered to assess prop- Alachua Court of Record chair with
in Alachua County but state. where the a 12-gauge :shotgun
.
NEW YORK STOCK Anodyne __ _____ -. 4% Total Sales .- _--T 431,327 erty at full cash valuation, took was arested ,Friday in Cedar allowed him to make restitution at his feet.
EXCHANGEAbbott Citizens Bank 37 preliminary steps today:toward I Apparently Hamm was serving on additional bad checks
PREVIOUS DAY'S forcing 65 other Florida countiesto Key where he was working on He had been wounded in the
issued in 1963.
for for-
ConnLt&Pow37 sentence
% construction I a 10-year
Lab 2.40 40\. do a job. head shell which
STOCK MARKET the same. by a single ,
the
Hamm released by
Cowles Mag & Pb 10% State attorney T. E. Duncan gery in Marion ,county dating was
Allied Chem 1.80 53% and i I was found empty in the shot-
Court of Record last July 2
Dunn&Brdst62 The commission attributed Hamm's mistaken back to 1958 when he
Advances -S 686 county in- release was pa-
Amerada Pt 2.00 81% Tileston said.
gun
Florida Gas 10% 401 confusion caused oled in 1963. was free until Sept. 18 of this:
: -" Am Elc Pow 1.1Gb 44%' Declines ..-- structed county attorney: to the by February
'Amer Enka 1.408 67 Fla Nat'l Bank 64 Unchanged -_- 266 Thomas Britton to "explore every year. Washington Further investigation, revealed -
Williston Negro Elijah
Amer Hone l.4-1a 66 FiaTele 281/ Total Issues 1,353 means at his disposal to : Whitcomb had been receiving -
Forrest Labs 21* He Leaves Dinner Table 18, was still without 1; treatment'
..AIner M Fdy .00 19% New 1963-64 Highs 79 equalize the tax, level in the counsel yesterday and Judge:: hospital several -
Armco Stl 3.00 75 Founders We 9 New 1963-64 Lows _11 state of Florida, including the months and was worried "
appointed Bronson at.
Atcb Topka 1.203 33%I Franklin We 55% filing of a suit against the Murphree about his declining health.
torn G. C Perdue to -
Great American 11% To 'ThwartDerailmeit y represent
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Baxter Lab .36 26Y4 MorningN.Y. (state) comptroller. him. The death was recorded as a
GroUer ___ 38JA
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Beckman In 66% Gulf Life __... 52% Britton told the commissionthat Accused of murder in the first It
--- Listing
Beech LF S 1.10 50%I T DANIA(AP)-A curious:Dan- road:when he heard noises that
degree in the killing of Willis
Herff Jones 14 the comptroller has the :
Bristol My ___ --. .80 65% AllisChal 22% Int Nick 82 ia man; investigating a strange "sounded like the tracks were ton James
Home Ins --- 67% duty to require all counties to noise in the' darkness blocked coming apart." Negro 'Timothy : Levy Voting I
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Brown Shoe 3.40 105* Alcoa 66% Int Pap 35% : ast April 5, Washington wa
Brunswick -- 8% LifeofFla 8 AmAir 41% Jones&L 86% assess property for taxes at the Monday night the:first reported Going out to take a look, he,. declared the court .
indigent by
Cambell S 2.40 35* Lowes Company __ 19% AmCan 44% Kais A! 34% same level. attempt ,in .several ,months to found a 20-pound piece of U.. The Perdue
Carter Pdt-_ 1.00.1 16% Milgo Electron 12 AmCyan 60% Ken'cott 90% Prior to a circuit court order derail, a Florida East Coast, shaped iron ,wedged on the inside .. week to judge file defenses gave in the murer on<.E Today ForLegislator

CaseJI- 23% Mort Guaranty Ins 23% AmMot 17% Lig&My 83% for Dade to assess on 100 per Railway train. of:a'rail and called police. 'case. He will report to th<
CessnaAfr.1.00 30 Pacific SW Air 31% AT&T 69% Loch'd 38% cent of cash valuation, Okee- Thomas Callahan was eating: Thirty minutes before a nortl:I court at 9:30 a.m. Sept. 28. :

Ches Ohio 4.00 77'4Comsat Schlitz Brew -_ 46% AmTob 35% Lorillard 45 chobee County was the' only dinner at his home near. the, bound freight train sped through I: Despite.Public Defender Rob

,Corp. 37% SecurLile&Tr.64* Ampx Cp 16% Mag'vox 30 one in Florida doing so. tracks of the strike-bound, rail S the area, police removed. the. ert A. Green's eloquent plea t
Southern Nitro. ... .._, 24314 BRONSON
Levy County
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Coas' S Gas 30/s Anaconda 56% MM&M 58% Sgt for "in the name of humanity ..
Travelers Ins __ 42% mercy Democratic !
voters at the
CBS_ 1.80J 42% Armour 48 Mchasco 13% Robert,Vest said it would have tool} are
Comb Eng 1.20 30 Union Security & Inv. 9% ACL 78% Mons'to 83% NEW YORK TIMES MARKEr AVERAGES, SEP.T. 21e derailed the train and also a t about 30, minutes the six man to find jury Robert polls today in a special pri- :
Babcock Mont Wd 37% ( ) New Yon TIm track inspectors' car traveling mary to elect a Democratic ,
Cone Mills ._- .80 19 AMERICAN 35% Earl Holloway guilty of escape -
Cont Air! ---. .-to 20 STOCK EXCHANGE B&O 39% Nat Dair 82% High Low Close Net Chg. in front of it. from the State Road Pris- nominee for state representa 1
Conti Ins 2.20 59 Beth StI 42% Nat Dist 28 25 Reils 145.09 143.63 144.47 Up ..52.251lndustriols The FEC. has reported 146 ac,. on in Bronson last July 22. tive.

Contrl Data 85% Aerojet.Gen __ 31 Boeing 64% N.Am Av 52. 896.49 887.07 893.32 Up 8.87 cidents on the railroad since i il t The court sentenced Holowa;y Candidates for the office for-

Corn Pdts __ 1.50 53'h Analex Corp 25 Borden 76% Pcnney 57% I 50 Stocks 520.79 515.35 51L89 Up 4.69 was struck by non-Operatin;i to two years at hard labor ti) merly held by the late Frank

Delta Air 1.60 59 Aqua Chem -- -- 15'Va Brunsws 8% Pa RR 39% unions Jan. 23, 1963. The strik< run consecutively with the 1 7 Marshburn of Bronson are

Det Steel - .60 15% Aurora Plastics __ 24'Va Cater Tr 37% Pep Cola 58% STOCK is the longest in railroad his- years he is.now serving. Ford Lincoln of Williston and
Emerson EI 1.00 42' Barnes Engineer 20% Celanese 66% Phil Mor 79% FLASHES tory. Reversing his plea at a lat e Joe Wilder of Cedar Key.
Fair Camera __ .SOg 24* Butler Shoe _ 9% Chrysler 65% Phill Pet 54 MARKET Several trains have been dy- hour yesterday, ''Paul Cowar l, Lincoln and Wilder*'emerged
Finan' Fed _' 43% Chromaloy -5- 14w/a CocaCola 134 RCA 32% namited off the tracks, the las t 20, entered a plea of guilty t,o run-off candidates in
Fst Chartr ---r1.97f 32 Cinerama -- --.---. 5% Com Ed 53% Rep SU 50V4 NEW YORK (AP) .- The! one while President Johnso:::1 escape from the Bronson camJ P as a special J
Fla E Cst 11i's Computer Sci _ 22% Coi Edis 93% Revlon 367/8 stock market advan pushed[ Dow Jones Stock Averages was in Florida last Feb. 27. Thi July 22.Judge. primary on Sept. 8. Wild1

Food Fair _ .90 22% Cutter Labs A 16Y. Cont Can 49% Rey Tob 45% ahead ,against increasing -opposition '- violence ended when Johnsoi 1 Murphree sentenc i d er was the high man followed t

FMC Corp ________- 1.00 57'Va Data Control 61th Dow Che 73% St Reg P 33% early this afternoon.: Previous ,Day j 2nd,Hour I I- ordered the FBI to make solu- Cowan to one year at hard labo:r closely by Lincoln. Third man
Frito Lay 420/ Fulton Inds 91 duPont 271% Seaboard 53% Trading was moderately .ac. 871.58 \ 30 Indust._| up 1.82 tion of the bombings its No. ]l to run consecutively with i it in the race was John C. (Bud) f

Gen Tele -- -- .88 33* Gen Develop .--- 4% EAL 27% Sears 125% tive.Gains 215.99 | 20 Rails | up 0.27 assignment. five year sentence now beinj 3 Partin III of Chiefland, making \.
Ga Pacif 1.0Gb 53* Jax Minit Mkts 8% E.Kodak 131V4 Sinclair 45% of fractions to arounda I Four:men have been convicted served. his political debut.

Getty Oil-. -- .10g 24% Mackey Airlines _ 6* Firestone 45% Socony 82% point among key stocks out. 152.15 | 15 Util. | up 0.38:'. in the case. David R. Brown and Johi!::1 Winning of the Democratic

Grace Co --. 1.00b 53* Mead Johnson -- 16% Fla Pw 50 SouthnC 62% numbered losers.Profit.taking .- 308.12 I 65 Stocks | upO.60 FEC president W. L Thorntoi 1 D. Rankin plead not guilty t) nomination today with be the

Hel Curtis __- .83 14 Pac NW Tele _ 23 Fla P&L 80% SperryR 14% on the strong: 5,330,000 J Volume | 2.390.00C i announced yesterday that Floy i a total of nine charges of es.,- same as election to the Levy
IBM 5.00 426thInt Philips Elec 43 Ford 57% StBrand 75% rise Monday and the additional Becker, a New York' man whi) cape, assault with intent to murder County House seat. There is no

Tele ._- 1.00 56 Redwing Carriers 10% Frmst Da 12% StO NJ 86% gains this morning begar I equipments and machinery issues helped solve one attempt to dy- and breaking and entering I Republican opposition.
Kellogg .80"1 46% Ric Group -- 37/s Frept Sal 41% Studebak 6% to mount as' the session wor! helped keep the list in plus; namite a'train, has been paid i 1 after the court denied motionby s The election polls will be open

Lehman-CP 1.34e 30 Sperry R. Wts--- 6th Frueh rfr 34% Swift 52% on.The territory. $5,000 reward. the public defender to quasi l until 7 p.m. today. Voting mail -

Letton In _'_ 1.98f 70% Syntex S 54% Gen Dyn 35% Texaco 80% top three stee1maker; The Associated Press averagES Thornton said Becker assistei::1 the charges on tee hnica 1 chines are in use at all but a
LoneSCM.1.00 21% Tampa Elec 25% Gen El 87% Thiokol 13% took minor losses. Auto stock:S 60 stocks at noon,was up:.J I the FBI in its investigation am:f grounds. few of the smaller precincts.

Marsh Fld 1.60 47 4, Tech Measur 20 Gen Fds 93% U Carbid 127% were scrambled even thougl 1 at 325.8 with'industrials',up. 1.1, provided information which leto d I The court will try Brown an d
Martin M 1.00 19 TWAWLS- 26% Gen Mills 43% Unit Airc 57%., General Motors advanced ar..: rails, up .7 and utilities up.1. the conviction' John Wesley i. Rankin; Thursday at 9:30 ajr l. Fraser Lauds

McGR Hill .603 35%l Valspar 1%I GenMtrs 101% Un Fruit 21%: ly a point, touching another nev i .Th'e'Dew Jones ''industrial- 'Davis,Joseph Vedder, Joh:!ri ''The' Thomas I. Mills escap

Mead Corp __ 1.70 48 MUTUAL FUNDS Goodrich 58% US Steel 63%, high. GM showed no alarm a t erage at noon was' up 1.82 ,a t Katsikos and Hugh Winn.. case is also set for Thursda er.

Merkd .- ---. 2.00a 43% Goodyr 46% Unv? Ma4. 15V4 i the Friday strike deadline se t 873.40. following a psychiatric exam:r.F Levy County,

Mati Air! -- .80 49 Affiliated Fund 9.24 I Greyhnd 24 WestgEl 37%I up by the United Auto Workers: Milwaukee Road ,sank. mon nation. Mills pleaded not gui

N Y Cent! -- .50g 45ii I Divers Growth -:---- 9.9j r Gulf Oil 577/s. Winn Dix 37%I Selected advances by chemi_I than a point as profits wen Males Most ty' to escape charge by reaso n Williston Goals
Nia M Pow 2.00 56 Dividend Shares 3.9]I Int Harv 83% Woolwth 27%II icals, rails, golds, electric.1 I taken on its latest run up. of insanity.Williston.

Norfolk -. 6.00 129% Dreyfus -_--- 21.08 Negroes The odor e WILLISTON Guest speaker -
No Ind P S 1.48 62% Fidelity Capit 11.59 HandsomeIIf Hammond and Jim Hicks entei.- at the Williston Lion's Club

No Nat Gas ._- 1.&) 53 Fidelity Fund _ 18.43 YOUR MONEY'S WORTH ; ,. ed pleas of guilty. to resistinan g recent meeting was Ed Fraser,

Olin .MathOwens --- 1.20 44% Fidelity Trend __ 19.48 I ____ officer in Williston Jul'y secretary of the State Senate.
H G .-- 2.50 104% Fund'tal Invest .-- 11.40 Spiders 25. A pre-sentence investigatio n Fraser said that Levy Coun
Pac G'& E 1.00 32% Income of Boston 8.59 was ordered by the court.
10.251 of Wall Street Males:are more.colorful. d ty's progress has kept up with
Pac Lting 2.40 29% Incorporated Inc --_ ._ Bafflegab an Charges of withholding suj>-
that of other sections of the nation
Pac.JT: &,T 1.20 28% keystone K-2 -... 5.791 j summer legged among spideras 'S port from a minor child were 'e and commended WiJliston
a
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Pan Amer A 1.20 28 Keystone S-3 _ 17.60'! i 'well as: among' humans, th dismissed against Negro Hei-- for ,its plans for a new-hospital.
Parke Dav 1.00 26% Keystone S-4 .., 5.00 I Gainesville Exchange Club wa s man Edwards.
-PennzoilPhelps ., 2.00 37 Life Investors _ 10.49'' By Sylvia Porter !& told'Monday by.Dr. H. K. Wa 1- Fraser presented Williston I

: -.FIizer. _-_ .80a 47% Life Stock Fund 8.06 9** .) lace head of the biology d .. rnnv nf the Legislative. Apt cre
sartment at'the ------ -- ---- -- -- ---- --
.: Dg 3.00 72% Mass. Inv Stock -. 17.13 "That guy is no lamb at this (on certain individual stocks. The!both ;low. -''priced, speculativestocks ; University os'lbrida. ating-rJ Levy --0-----County on March

Polaroid -. ------- .20 160 Mass. Inv Growth 9.07 game, and right now he's a bullon 1 term originated on the London and '_high priced ,new First Florida 10, 1845. and a copy of the Leg. I
Pub 5V EG .. 2.60 39% Pioneer Fund __ 10.13 Wallace said that because
a lot of cats and dogs I'd Stock Exchange and Wyckoffsays Luesand whC11s"I nimble:enough islative Act creating"thj cityof
Pure Oil 1.60 63% Puritan Fund 9.73 never suggest, you own. He that stock market bulls out- to: .avoid; -getting caught in low- ]males are more handsome than Appearance Williston on Jan. 2,. 1837.

Rayonier -_-. -.-- 1.00 37% Putnam Elec'Growth 9.69 doesn't get hung up in many I number bears (pessimists) by priced. stocks,which'have inactive -j females students ,of. spiders TAMPA (APWilliam E. Guests at the meeting were

Rexall .50b 56 TV & 8.36 pups, though, and some of his an estimated 10 to. one. 'The markets. :sometimes have.thought.the.di.ferent Miller, Republican nominee for Cap Smith, Callahan, of the
_
.. Reyn Met .50 35% Value Line Inc -- 5.82 hot issues in recent years have ]reason the term is linked with and business r sexes actuaUy were different -vice president, will' speak in Florida Foundation for the
Every profession
Rich Merr'.- 1.00 58 Wellington Fund 15.47 been real yoyos.tt 1 those who buy for an uplift,.in has, its special language ;( : species. Jacksonville and Miami Oct. 7 Blind and Sen. Etter Usher.

R C Dutch Cola _-.----. 1.20 1.73g 20 45%% NYSE What nutty bafflegab is this? ]prices may be the tendency of and the own vernacular of the'stock "We have 'a-good many species -'on his first appearance in Florida Jack Frazier, president, presided

Roy GD _- -. .90 61% MOST ACTIVE STOCKS It is the day to day baffle- :a bull to lift and throw up an market is as full and rich as I 'going around tinder two it has been announced. at the meeti'.g. Smith ,announced -

Searle 2.00 88% Comp. Vol. Close Changes gab of Wall Street and I actually -object with his horns. any I know.,Just as a physician :names," Wallace said I. Miller was expected to speak that a drive would be
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Singer ----- Cats and dogs: Wall Street 'in Miami that night and will held soon for the Liens Foundation
above will words when
excerpted the sentences use talking to He said his favorite of
1.20a 62 groups
Smith Kin Tex Gulf Sul 56% 3%
---- 177,400
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up :slang meaning highly specula- make an address in Sarasota for the Blind and the North
from long gossipy con- another physician over the the so-called
1.05 35% a way spiders are jumping
Sou CLLDSt 139,200 Am Photo 8% up % I tive and
usually lowpriced
Florida Bank.
octa.TALLAHASSEELee
Oil Cal 2.00 64% 131,000 St Paul 30% unch versation I had a couple days :stocks 'which do not divi heads of most of us, so a Wall] spiders some;of' which resemble Eye I
pay
St Oil Ind .- 2.CCb 81% 76,800 Curtis Pub 11% up 1% ago about the activities of one I dends. Street pro will talk to other 'ants- and wolf spiders,
.65 '27% of New York's successful brok pros in a jargon peculiar to his.which includes the tarantula.In I
Sterl Drug -- 73,200 Erie Lack 6% up % Hot issue: a security which Lee Pankratz Elected II
ers. The reason I'm passing on activities.
Util 1.20 65% '
Texas Florida the only
69,400 Sperry Rd 15 up % meets a heavy demand on being major
Textron -- 1.40 47% 60,600 Chrysler 65% up % slang I ordinarily would n't :sold publicly for the first, timeis Some of the talk of the tickeris poisonous species are the widows I

Tidewater 33% 52,400 Sunshn Mng 32% 1% dream of using In this column said to be 'hot" hence easy to figure out for instance I black,.'brown and red. All To State Wildlife BoardPankratz 1
is that I have just been thumb-
Trans W A 42% 49,700 U S Steel 64 up 1% hot issue. The price of the issue when a broker tells you have red ,or orange hourglass
Union Pac 1.60a 43% 42,800 Anaconda 55% up 1% ing through the first devoted dictionary ,usually rises sharply as soon as the stock market.is'"falling out markings. L. Pan- served as executivevice I
ever to be published exclusively -
Und Air L -- 1.50b 44% 39,100 Beth Steel 43% up % to "Stock MarketTerms" the original buyers can i if they of bed" it means that pricesare In the Gainesville area, the kratz of Gainesville has been president of theFlorida
Upjohn -. 1.00 48% 38,600 Gen Tire 23% up % wordin want, turn a quick profit. in a sudden, sharp declineSome black ,widow is found. The named to term Wildlife Federation this past
and slang a two-year as
,
25% every
Jim Walter -. of' it is defiantly befuddling ,
Motors 100 Yo-yo stocks: volatile, high- widow is South Flor-
36,600 Gen % up 1 brown a .
;
and is
is clearly
Lamb .70 31% the above paragraph f brok a director of the Florida Wildlife year, now servingas
instance when
War 35,800 Ford Motors 57% unch ly-priced specialty'issues, which : a ida creature. The ,red widow
of the Alachua
1.50 49 defined in it. The dictionarywas shoulders Federation. president CountySportsmen's ,
Worthintn ---- 34,700 RCA 31% % ;fluctuate over a relatively wide er..tells.you a"head-and lives far north as.Ocaia. -
up as
e Xerox 117 compiled by Peter Wyckoff, trading pattern on a point ,and figure Election of Pankratz and other Association. I
Zenith 1.203 68% MIEn STK EXCH a Wall Street research analyst, range. chart" forecasts" a break officers was at the annual meeting Other officers elected Sundaywere
-.t the
Hung'up: plight of an, in-
THE ACTIVE STOCKSI and will be published by Prentice -vestor who has capital tied ia'the price of a'stock, it means Masonic Chief of the Federation here Sun : Thomas W. Needham of
COUNTERNEW up
OVER I. Hall Sept 24. Now, to Ocala president, Donald Mo
,
Volume' dose Change in a stock which has slumped this is his technical interpretation day.Pankratz
YORK"tAP) -,The following ttw bit translate the bafflegab: below his purchase price :and of a series of price chang: To Visit Here will serve as chair. Allister of Orlando executive
and National asked'Association'quotations of supplied Securities by Deal: 237,000 Fotochrome 81% off 4% Lamb: a beginner at speculation -who therefore can't dispose.of: ,es in 'a specifIC. stock"which he man of the trustees of the Flori -vice president; Doris Southwell,

.en. Inc.but do not are represent the NASCXs actual cstimahel tram; 139.300 Perfect Photo 4% off % who is inexperienced in the security without taking ,a'has charted on a.piece-of graph :Charles E. 'Palmer District d a Conservation Fund. The New Smyrna Beach secretary;
actions the range within whldttIeSe securities 101,500 Day Mines 11% up 1% operating in the stock marketHe I paper. Deputy Grand Master of the fund Is set up by the Wildlife: Edward Walsh Deland, trea.

bought could(asked have): been sold (bid) 01 r 69,700 Argus Inc 31% off % follows the b .kcfuinyborg loss.Pups:' low ,priced, inactive Wyckoff has crammed his 12th Masonic District will pay Federation to encourage con-,. surer; and regional vice presidents

Allco Land 8'h J 68,700 New Park Mng 5% up % He follows the flock, buying or stocks. I dictionary with more than 1,200 an, officicial visit to Gainesville servation work through county John Falana Callahan,

Amer Fidel Life ; 23 ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS selling blindly on tips and rumors To summarize the man' we words.phrases,and expressions, Lodge No. 41 tonight and state awards programs and' Ray Richards, Pensacola, andP.

Amer Heritage --- %2\ because others do so. were gossiping about is an:..experienced for his sole requirement for The meeting, to be followed through a scholarship program.It L. Causey, Miami

Amer Mat Ins --_ 21% Purchases 400,511 Bull: an optimist in Wall shrewd Wall Street; admission a term was whether -by light refreshments, begins at is supported by the Sears, The Florida Wildlife Federation .
AmerPioneer Life "PI Short Sales 2,964 Street it would mean a bull'on operator who has made big- it is in the vocabulary of 8' p.m. in the Masonic Templeon Roebuck Foundation and other is the state affiliate of the

.nbeus r.Busch 5& Other Sales 428,363'the stock market generally or time money in recent years in l brokers, clerks. traders etc. N. Main St philanthropic organizations. National Wildlife Federation.


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Bjyerly Hills. Calif.. 90212. and <
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Abigail Van Buren veto... Abby answers all mail.

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'DEAR ABBY: My name is Dickie ,and. I, am ten years cut showed refreshing (if extravagant) Ingenuity, .but it
I old., I went to Montana to visit my aunt and uncle for did not do the job of a "bread and butter" letter. Mind IT
two weeks this summer and I had 'a very good time., They your mother, Dickie.. tZ
own a ranch and they let me ride a horse. They- don't haveanY ;

kids of their own and they let me do just about anything DEAR ABBY: My 20-year-old daughter is an exceptionally .
I wanted to do. When I got home, my mother said I had to pretty girl. She has always been very popular and I never ; a YouR ;
write them a bread-and-butter letter. This is a letter saying worried about her. We are very close. Lately she has been j 1
thanks for the good time. Well, I started about 100 of these asking me questionS' that have led me to believe that she .
bread-and-butter letters and they all ended up sounding so is far more advanced in her experiences with boys (one in
stupid I tore them up and called them long distance on the particular) than she should be. I wish she would be 100 percent 4
telephone and told them thanks again for the neat time. The frank with me so that I could warn her of some of I

call came to $6.70.: I didn't think it would cost that much the things girls should be careful of. Yet I don't want her I
but that is what it came to on the telephone bill. I want to think I am giving my approval to anything that is wrong.I .
,to draw $6.70.out of my savings account but my mother hope I am making sense, Abby. I guess what I want to ask is 1
won't let me. She says that was no bread-and-butter letter this: Is it wrong for a mother to tell her daughter everything
and I have to write one anyway. Do you think this is fair? she thinks the girl ought to know in case she needs
DICKIE the information? .
to teach some A MOTHER WHAR ON AIRTN I'M PLAYIN' WONT LONZO NOT IF J
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bread-and-bntter letter after -you've been a guest. Your short know"-it is wrong NOT to tell.her. A SACK FOIL PAW? 0 TODAY AN11MIGHT ;_ TO EAT? I tN

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"He Ran for His Life. (Special) Frank McGee O Midday that things nave changed.
Jack Wisner abducts his analyzes the candidate s O Arm Chair Adventures James Whitmore and

young son from his former and the key issues involved CD (Color) TV Bingo Carmen Mitchell. (One
I SUPPOSE rrs SOME tl FwALLYCOMPLICATED H
wife and her husband. in the various race;s 1:15 O Focus 2 hour, 25 min.) CHEMICAL CAME OUT WITH
,Ben Gazzara, Chuck Con- for Senate aad Hous! WOULD NOOBE. COMPOUND THAT SMOTHERS SOMETHING I CAN
nors, John Larch, Ken seats. (1 hr.) : INTERESTED ,a< PUAME. BV PIMINISHINQ USES No-rr JUST *=- UNDERSTAND
Lynch. (90 min.. O Nurses Rooney' Show Opener Lags T EXTINGUISHER IN A FIRE. (,c rue.COMrBNr: 'f PLAIN GIs ?i )

7:30 O Mr. Novak""Moonlighting "Once Bitten," by Ernes t i H SIR? WATER -

," first showof Kinoy, first show of th< CBS's .A =
the new season. No- new season in a new timi Opposite Top ComedyBy ,z '
vak's salary as a teacheris slot. ;
not sufficient when he CYNTHIA LOWRYAP playing young singers who were IS aI. ij
11:00 O O News, Weather, .
Television-Radio Writer
with
greeted loud
is faced with the neces- squeals from
sity of paying his father's SportsCD NEW YORK (AP) Mickey the studio audience. The squealers .
hospital bills. News, Weather, Rooney jumped fully clothed when they appeared on "

Sports into a swimming pool, was camera, appeared to be of high II III .'
O Greatest Show I.. II I I I ll I III ..I c
1:25 O Movie pulled into the ocean by a power school age.
Debut Jack Pa lance ,
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( "Miss Tatlock's Millions.: boat and fell overboard during Both of these
into the center ringas programs come
steps star of this series bas- ((1948)) A Hollywood stun t the first program of his new in what is probably television'stoughest I GUESS I EXPECT AIL i '
man feigns insanity ii 1 ABC comedy series, inventively WOMEN TO BE-UKE YOU ANYHOW. WANT I I HARDLY THINK SHOULD
ed on the DeMille's movie called hour for new shows AFTER A WALK, HOME IN STRAINED SILENCE -AND MOTHER, RUTH! YOU TO KNOW THAT NEED TO K.TOLD THAT,JIM I
order to ==
impersonate a! "Mickey; Wednesdaynight. opposite CBS'
"Greatest Show on top-rated "Beverly SHE IS A SELFISH/ SHE AND ALL THE REST I ,a LET fiET TO OUR
missing heir to millions. WEIL AS I TOLD {
Hillbillies" and "Dick Van y 1 J a HOMEWORK!
Earth Palance plays SHAME lE SS L OF THE DIM-WITTED DOLL
BLAKE
YOII HONEY,MKS
Johnnie Slate, the circus's John Lund, Wanda Hen- At another point, poor Rooney Dyke Show." And NBC A PEAL.KOOK JIM'-AND' I'M eK ON THE CAMPUS-WON"[ H .,
drix. (One hour, 40 min.: launched RATE EVLN.ATEEN5Y HEAD- +
working boss. ((60 min.) really a highly talented actor its new "Wednesday o SURPRISED YOU -- -
Indian Experiment 11:30 O CD Johnny Carson and comedian was scurrying Night at the Movies" with a COULDNT SEE THAT TURN FROM YOUR LOUIN'q>LAT
O
"Making the Best of It"tells (Color) Scheduled guest i 5 around a resort town clad onlyin great old Hitchcock suspense- S FIRST GLANCE! HUSBAND! ,

the story of refugee Jack Benny. a thres-quarter length mink romance, "To Catch a Thief," 1 a N rI i
family uprooted by the WEDNESDAY coat. with Cary Grant and Grace
1947 India-Pakistan parti- Morning and Afternoon All this in a vain quest for Kelly. ABC probably will have
tion. 6:10 CD Continental Classroon 1 laughter and a thoroughly damp trouble in this spot. < }

8:00 0 Miracle on 13th St. American Government:: beginning. CBS casually dropped a most
"Power: Centralizatioi 1 The first program set the amusing half-hour special A
This film shows the growth program
and development of the and Concentration." stage for the series, with Mickey into its early evening o
6:15 Q Scope and his standard situation-
University of Florida. schedule. Harry Reasoner took!
those O Summer Semester comedy family pretty blonde up the delicate business of
Among participatingare 6:30 O World Civilization wife, two children and a dog humor in politics. BUSINESS DOESN'T YOU AMERICANS HEYSTEYE! Y w wYESI THEN I
University of Florida 6:40 CD (Color) Living Words arriving from Omaha to take Zen y SEEM EXACTLY AT COME TO FIX CRY -WE HAVE A WE GREET YOU '
president J. Wayne Reitz The program was primarily a 12 WELL,NICK, -- THE FRANTIC STAGE MAHNAY FROM RECEPTION AS YOU l
6:45 O Pastor's Study possession of an inherited resort o = AbRE'S WHERE FLOOP ? COMMITTEE DESERVE.
and vice president Harry CD (Color) Hi, Neighbo r hotel and marina on the California series of film clips showing!I'fit WE CATCH THE = w'; = .-ls. AFTER.ALL! : ; U
Philpott. Produced by the 6:50 O Farm and Home coast. They find it losing $1- presidents from Herbert Hoover i Z LOCAL SHUTTLE
University of Florida, 7:00 Q CD TodayO 000 a month and hopelessly in to Lyndon Baines Johnson TO MAHNAY.1

Alumni Association. Local News, Weathe r debt to relatives of one Ling, making jokes and being witty. <
8:30 O Man From U.N.C.L.E,, 7:05 O Ranger Hal uncomfortably played by Sam-, Stars of the presidential humor U
(Debut) "The Vulcan Af- 7:50 O Local News mee Tong who used to be so sweepstakes seemed to be 7 I It -
fair. 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo lovable in "Bachelor Father.". Franklin D. Roosevelt in his
O Red Skelton 9:00 O Divorce Court He's the unlovable hotel man-' famous "Fala" speech, defend >
Red starts his 14th yeai O Bachelor Father ager. ing his dog, and Harry S. Truman
on television by welcominas CD (Color) Romper Roo:D The program was preceded bya doing that lethal Imitation -t III

guests Shakespeare 19:30 O People Are Funny singing, swinging halfhourcelled ', of H. V. Kaltenborn predictingthe
actor Maurice Evans and I CD Jack La Lanne "Shindig," featuring election of Thomas E. Dew-
the Greenwood Count y 10:00 O Make Room for assorted stomping, guitar- ey in 1948.

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DEAR HELOISE: Gals, this is a wonderful she backed plastic paper beard and used a new blade I 1'Y

,I have always kept a jar, safety factor, too elimI- so that if one is ever dropped daily until he started using
in the; medicine cabinet for my nates the possibility of broken again, there will be no dan this method. Now one blade 1= 5 f R 1Y Yy tWnti.

husband's used razor blades. glass on the bathroomfloor. gerous unseen bits of glass lasts as long as seven shaves \
Today, when looking for a new OR a mess to clean up. This without nicking or rusting.
jar, I spied an empty beveragecan I dropped a glass jar the adhesive backed paper may PENNY PINCHER,TOO .I SEE tiCU I HOPE SO..wr I DO HAVE u tlll TWIG VNLL EicmSE THA>1K5 r e, t
I AT THE CLUBTOMORROW GO DOWN TO TALK WITH I ,I AIWST GET s o. a! THSNGJiiDGE Rj
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,with a flip top opener, other day and it went into a be removed from any bottle STAYING THANKS WITH TOR ?YOU'D.NP SEE!ETTER HE 5HE'5 GO ? THE P15TRICT ATTORNEY IN I
and decided it was just the thousand pieces all over the and used over and over DEAR HELOISE: MY MOTHER MORNING r zT !

,thing. floor. again. If you don't have enough pil- PATTIDEAR / !

The razor blades slide Thanks to you all for And while we are on the lows when an emergency

through the opening just as teaching me to uw wet toilet subject of razor' blades, do arises place a quilt or blan- I i ,.
slick as you please, and the tissue to pick up all the ket in a pillow case and use
you know that rinsea \ !
can fits perfectly in the medi- microscopic bits of gl ass. you can for a back rest n the sick a 1\
cine, cabinet. (I am going to NEVER use a broom or mop safety razor under JtctVa' room.

spray the can to match my to pick up broken glass. Tiny ter to remove the bits of Large plastic bags are wonderful

bathroom' decor.) particles STICK to mops and hair, shake it hard, put ra- for placing under the I
I now have a safe, disposable zor and all in about one- / l
holder for used razor blades. brooms and this is dan inch of mineral or baby oil, sheet on the sick bed, as they t I

:And you should see how MANY gerous. and the blades will last ump stay In place much better than t tS ti II Ij I I
blades the can holds. That very day I cu-.ered teen times -j
longer? the hard, or stiff rubber sheet.ANADMiRER. jI
MRS. THOMAS LANCIE all glass bottles with ad h er My husband has'" a heavy r I!

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CLASSIFICATION ,
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..>. ANNOU.NCEMENTSr p
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1 In Memoriam T' I I f I OFF GAFF WA >
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2 Card of Thanks 'f.I.
; w..' REE ant L ALE
3 Lost aV Found 4.
i ;j TEMERITY G E M
HAVE NOW ; 4 Personalized Services v- ACROSS 33.Talon
YOU S Travel Information 1.Abject 34.Cold doth ALUMS H E R D

I .. Special Notices .Loo Handle! 35.Ashen S 0 L II M A B Er

> c 1 7 Florists l t: roughly 38.Conducted O D E S T O Y U L A
S Baby Sitters Child Caref '"1 '- 8.Caress 39.lap.
N A S YES fNl D
Places, To Go AndThings Moonstone admiral .
t ANY OF THESE .. 't, ,-To ,SeeAUTOMOTIVE M E MATTE D .
', ;.. .; "tj .> h. ; ,! fC 13.Bombast 40.High cliff -
.:, ''IS ; i 4 < 14.Dealer In 42.Snug room V A RY P 0 L A R wi ...., .5.

e- .,41.", .. />.-JII't -5.' y\ r gems 43.Cajoles A M A R E S O L U T E '11 lito ,

76 Airplane Sales-Rentals. 15.Tap.coin. 44.Work unit R E P 0 D I n 'T O R .
.4 Zi' : 78 Trucks for Sale 16.Jr.friend
45.Blurred '
THINGS TO SELL. ? _:... .... .!...._- .. 77 Trucks Wanted 17.Forever 46.Fungus ANT CASE HOG

1\\ ..... 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals 18.Peril growth OF-YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE 1 "
sa I SOLUTION OF
U Trailer Rentals :t 19.Vocalize "1 I ..

: 13 Motorcycles & Scooters 21. Expenses DOWN: 4.Bib.high 8.Persian a I ...
They'll Bring You Extra CashI THE t4 Automobile Repairs 22.Movie 1.Ruby priest fairies

15 Automobiles for Sale scripts spinel:vat 5.Implore 9.In a canted ."-

Si Swap Cars 26.That can be 2.Resembling 6.Irish position .'

I : 17 Autos WantedEDUCATIONAL !'Rout Adam 'nobleman 10.Reservoir* ..'

:i ,: Rugs I .' 30.Scoundrel 3.Sluggish 7.Route J.2.legetown Ohio cot __


i Guns 11 Schools & Instruction I Z J f S' r 1 a f r 18.Colophony ?

;' ." ... 19 Music. Dancing 20.Dwarf S.I' .-

' : : -. Tools I TIME 20 Wanted-Instruction /r F'I a IS 23.21.Romalne Electric untt ; --

; EMPLOYMENT -
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-' Boats 11 Female Help Wanted ,
: ; I State abbr.
12 Male Help Wanted II fd ."
25. Exists :
: 13 Help Male or Female
Tents '
rt ; ,. 880 Rubberlikt
27.
14 Sales Help Wanted I, to. 'ff/ '// //. ZI
: : 1'. //. gum
I 16 Work Wanted Female
: Books 17 Work Wanted Male I lJ Zt. n 'l///, //. 28.Germaa
.TO' lnt !cwcd // r.t" r.//. '// songs
Plants FARMS & LIVESTOCK / '// // eli t) 29.Senior

f., 26 Farm Equipment SO.Skid .

{ Pianos ; 27 Feed & Fertilizer Knit a handsome cable-textured 3s 31 31 f//////.J. S 31.Purvey
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28 Livestock it Supplies iacket of knitting worsted to top food

A- StovesRadios : 29 Landscaping Top Soil smart separates.Knit 3* JS Jt J7 36 32.Midst

30 Pets & Supplies in one piece from neck down 35.Dry water -
including sleeves! Note double 7s 'I' 4'
31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL course
:
: cable sunburst yoke. neck cuff
GET
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p" trim. Pattern 880: sizes 32-34; 36- T 7'T 36.Astringent

:..=-..:-.:.; .. Skates .1 : .- '. 38 Ind. 37.Nothing
56 Business
__.. ._ Opportunities 4T 7T-
-- r this 40.H1ghway- -
57 Thirty-five cents in coins for
Money to Loan
;: : Trunks ::. pattern add 15 cents for each man
51 Mortgages for Ist-class and
pattern mailing
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Par time 22 min. ** ree 9.7741.. Espied
Laura
59 Money WantedMERCHANDISE special handling. Send to
; Wheeler Gainesville Sun Needlecraft
"_ : Jewelry Dept., P. O. Box 161 Old
a Chelsea Station New York 11. N.Y
', : I THAT 61 Wanted to Buy Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER,

__ .;_,. .:... BicyclesTV J. 62 Machinery & Tools NAME ADDRESS and ZONE. .
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< Sets i 63 Building Materials NEW FOR 19651 200 designs -
64 Household Goods more fashions to knit crochet than Announcements 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE
65 ever! Plus 3 FREE patterns. embroidery -
Antiques
ClothingCameras dolls' clothes. Send 25 cts. YOUR CHURCH or GROUP can
:: I 66 Misc. For Sale for new Needlecraft Catalog. 3 LOST & FOUND raise 150 or more, easy and fast.
v 67 Trading Post CLASS"- Have 10 members each sell only
VALUE 16 COMPLETE QUILT Terrier, to twenty $.50 packages my lovely
69 Fuel Oil & Woods BOSTON Bull answers
PATTERNS In deluxe new Quilt
cheery Christmas Carol Table
the name Mickey Tag no. 275.
BETTER 70 Boats Marine Equip. Book. For beginners experts. Send Brindle color lost around NE Napkins. Keep S50 for your treas-
; : 50 cts. now! No needed. Free Sam-
: Antiques 71 Camp Hunt Fish section. Reward. Call 2-2391 or ury. money
.: during day FR 67171. I=les. Anna Wade. Dept. 153 AT 2,
72 Office Equipment
Lynchburg. Va.
Furniture f n Musical Merchandise Dial LOST during hurricane two yr. old
DRIVEl attention
,. >*-. male Weimaraner gray coat LEARN TO JptcUl

..... : Livestock REAL ESTATE FOR SALE yellow Newnan's eyes.Lake.10 pounds.Ans. 'o North Pow.of Easy Way to nervous Driving School.or elderly.FR
.7.: 32 Mobile Homes for Sale Reward. Phone FR M052. t-7007. Lie bv State of Fia.

Diamonds 33 Lots for Sale 376-4672 LOST brown & white Basset 6 SPECIAL NOTICES .
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CARl! 34 Waterfront Property hound near Lake Susan. Answersto
name Ruffie. Loves children.
35 Houses for Sale Bradley, Rt. 1, Box 261. Haw COWPONY CUTUPS .
Fish Poles thorne. At 2:00 p.m.. Sept. 27th. Taylor
( 36 Cottages for Sale
THEREIS Ranch. 4 ml. NW of Wllliston
> 37 Real Estate Exchanged LOST on old Newberry Rd. near Rt. 27-Alt. Bring your horses.
Used Cars 38 Real Estate Wanted city limit black and tan hound. events for all, or com watch the
slipped his collar. Contact Jack fun.
,, 39 Out of Town Property Seville 376-5317.
Auto TiresAquariums LOSE WEIGHT safely with new
40 Business' Properties ft cents.
Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only
SERVICEKUT
4 PERSONALIZED
41 Residential Income 3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug

IN 42 Farms & Acreage Company. __ __
'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON
43 Colored Property Sales SERVICE CALLS $5 Beauty on a Budget 8 Baby Sitters, Child Car
Row Boats All work guaranteedPerm.
Heating -' Air Conditioning .
RENTALS S5 up Sham-set $1.50 up
& Refrigeration Service 14 E. Univ. Avt. 377."24 TINY TOT
; Golf Clubs 43-1 Colored Property Rentals ContractorAny Open nights by appt. _
44 Cottages for Rent make or model window PLAY SCHOOLVisit
: 45 Furnished Apts. units and household appli- FREE ESTIMATES on
i ances. Also we clean heaters. us and see for yourself
} TypewritersMotorcycles :
NORTH 46 Unfurnished Apts. Phone FR 2-5002 FURNACES and Quality 74 SE It" St. FR7tfle..

!;: : 47 Houses for Rent Furn. Central AirConditioner KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE
: 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Day wk.. or mo. Old NewberryRd.
Planned Pick up
programs.
49 Rooms for Rent
Used Trucks ? at littlewood and Tirwilligerschools.
50 Mobile Homes Call FR 2-6667.


,. :: RefrigeratorsBaby T. 51 51A Misc.Wanted Rentals To Rent FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY by TssnjL I COMPETENT for children mother reasonable will In care her

52 Boarders Wanted horn at 909 SE 1st Ave. Phone

Buggies 1'J J CENTRAL 53 Office Desk Space WORTHWHILE For top quality workmanship' ternally Best In Insulated equipment ducts.using designed In- FR 6-44S1. .

; V54 Business Rentals call engineered and Installed WILL baby sit in my home.

Electric Motors i 372-6142 oy S.W. Section. FR 2-4794.
SERVICE GAINESVILLE ALL AMERICAN HEATING

22 Special Services UPHOLSTERY & AIR CONDITIONING CO. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED
Store
Equipment ." ISM N.W. lit St. PH. 376-8258
23 Home Improvements Fret Estimates PICK up and
19H NE 23rd Blvd. WAITRESSES WANTED Manor
Farm .lvery. 24 Hour Service Restaurant. Apply In person 2325
Machinery 24 Radio & TV Service
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25 Appliance & FurnitureWANTAD
FLORIDA'SLARGEST
Infant's Clothing


Sewing Machines 3728441for RATESPH.


Office Equipment .


Movie Equipment Classified OnlyDEADLINES


.' Outboard Motors I VlD HAVEfUN


.... Tues. thru FrL papers _
Sports Equipment 5:30 p.m. Day before publication READINGIN

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Nursery Furniture For ads to go In Sun. paper.
12:00 a.m. Sat. THIS WEEK'S IS ON

Vacuum Cleaners MARKETPLACE For 1 p.m.ads to Sat.go .In Mon. paper-.- : r SPOTLIGHT

.' (Minimum ad 4 lines) BILLIARDSN.
Fishing Equipment CUE STICK

Main St.

Building Materials FAMILY RATES I According to Webster's Dictionary billiards is defined

1 Insertion .....?... 34c line .fi- as: "an y of several games played on an oblong

Washing Machines 3 Insertions ....r..... 22c line /1' another or
balls
.. ., table by driving small against one
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6 Insertions .1.s. '17c line u Bob
'q- into pockets with 0 cue. but according to
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12 Insertions 14c line
Heating Equipment ,{l t Sullivan it's all that and a game of skill and flood, .

Musical Instruments ... Itc'Total charge computed by ,.HVJI clean fun.
:,; Billiards opened it's doors with e
i Jj .; ''multiplying total lines x rate 't' Cue Stick recently
'earned x number of Insertions. new idea in billiards that girls can have just as
Camping Equipment 5 Five letter words per line
much fun at the game as boys.

f\ Cue Stick has 7 tables available and at times
Plumbing Equipment FOR 8 Point THE features tournaments.

Children's Playthings Same as 2 lines ordinary type ""- Open 10 ..M. to 12 midnight. Bob Sullivan Mgr. is

12 pointSame usually on hand to give free instructions to begin.

Electrical Appliances as 3 lines ordinary type r.rs tr tip to the experts.
Women's leagues now forming join us .0....

Dogs, Cats, Parakeets 18 PointSame Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT

." as 4 lines ordinary type -
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snt DINING DINING-DANCING *


1 Nothing will sell it faster 24 Points GENERAL GAINES Serving LONG hours CAFETERIA 11:15 ta 2 PJM. and COCKTAILS

as ordinary typeSame STEAK ROOM 4:30 PM. tit 1:00 PJM. 7 days UNIVERSITY INN
,
.- Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice a week. Charcoal Steak Room Smorfli-
36mp steaks prepared to your taste 313 W. Universlty'Ave.board.. Cocktail Hour 5 to 7. I
L A on our open hearth. Holiday inn drinks for the price of 1. Dent
than theGAINESVILLE : PT. 1900 S.W. 13f1t 5e-. FR U2U. ing til: 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin's
AND ITALY IN GAINESVILLE BILLIARD'S Combo I Richard Parkers orchevtra.
101 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-2442.
Din by'
as 7 lines ordinary type ful atmosphere of Italyl CUE STICK BILLIARDS THE ORLEANS
-- MANARO'S, REST Fun for not only young men Hour 5 to 7 PJM.
SUN specializes In AURANTPizza.. BUT young women too. Dan qq to the music of the Cobras
The Gainesville Sun will not be and other delicious Italian Food. Bring r.wDcU to* Wed.. Frt & Set nights. .
responsible for more than one 2120 Hawthorne Rd. S-il PJM. 0 pen 19 A- 12 PJM.OS Steaks to perfection in the ?
incorrect insertion. nor will It 372-4690 Closed Mondays. N. Main Street Steer Room. ::
be -Uble for any error in advertisement WANT 4560 NW 13th St. 276-9191
to a greater extent NOW OPEN Alan's New ..
-USED ;' MR. SANDWICH SHOP '.
WANT ADS than the cost .of the space occupied Across from Univ. Post Office BOWLING '.
by the Item In the ad Featuring our awn roast beef sendADVERTISE IN THE "
with In natural oravy. 55 cents "
(,' vertisement. No adjustment will -Th best roast beef In town." BOWLING at Its finest at ..
: be made on errors that do-not PALM LANES
;; ... ,.,; materially effect the value 'of SHELLEY'S home of the Original DINE & DANCE Open every night for your en. "..
>v:t...U .: ITALIAN SANDWICH loyment. from f A.M. to 2 A.M. .
the advertisement.The Dial '
372- 582 Free nursery service. ..
for fast free deliver 2604 Waldo Rd. 37<-U54 ..
-2 Gainesville Sun reserves Also pizza & Schlitz and
: LowenDIRECTORY
CALL CARS ;: the privilege of revising or selecting ADS brau on tap. SI* W. Univ. Ave. ADVERTISE IN THE .e
or our-new store at 1MI NW 1st ._
advertisement which
any SERVICE DIRECTORY
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376-4672 ';. ,4 .'l" change the classification of any TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACE

advertisement from that ordered OF ENlERTAIN.MENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE .W.y
to conform to the policy of the CALL 372-8441.

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11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 12 Male Help Wanted 18 Schools 6 Institutions 32 Mobile Homes For Sale 32 Mobile Homes For Sal 33 LOTS FOR SALE 34 Waterfront Property

I SECRETARY BOOKKEEPER EXPERIENCEDRootersFTit MEN-WOMEN WANTED AT ONCEto
NORTHWEST ONE HALF ACRE LOT FOR
Knowledge of bookkeeping essentiaL Class Built-Up and ShFngle train for Civil Service. Good 23 years In business give you adequate SALE, high & dry with deep Cedar Key Shoresfine
Must type and take S. H. Men Needed. Apply In Writing. pay. Thousands of lobs open. Experience protection in price. quality TRAILER SALES well and electricity, located
I IS NOW. Salary S4XXXJ Apply In person to Marlon Heating & Roofing Co.. usually unnecessary. For financing insurance a. serv- 2702 Waldo Road N.E. Klncaid Road $1200. FR 2-7123 on homesites from $2250
THE TIME Mrs. Hinton Gainesville FlorIda Inc.. P. 0. Box 1628 Ocala. Fla. information on lobs, salaries. ice. Ask your friends and our At Palm Lane 3764205 non-waterfront from $1510
Federal Campus Credit Un- NEED experienced roofers come Requirements local Interview customers about us. 3 locations toserve ACRE lots for sale.
Ion. Bldg "J". U of F. ready to work 7 AM at 2314 NE write giving address phone I you. Jacksonville. Gainesville SPECIAL Phone 372-4416 Marina LocationsINVEST
19th Drive. AMERICAN SERVICE Box '588-A & Ocala. 104 x 208 Lot for mobile home.
12 Male Help Wanted co Gainesville Sun $1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes BEAUTIFUL wooded lots sni located : facilities needed here
WEST COAST manufacturer has opening Prairie. For appointment call N. W. Others from $1750
i Do You Have A' Room Apartment MANAGER trainees needed. steady in their sales department 23 Home Improvements BUTTSMobile FR 6-3052. up. I Motel Locations
employment for three men age 20 to 35 mln. FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES, INC..
fringe benefits age of $150 week. Call INVEST: accommodationsneeded
earnings
21 to 50 In per HAVE house REALTORS
I apply person Jackson your painted the modem
Or House to Rent? Mlnt-A-Mart 1234 NW 16th FR 6-2585 for appt. way. All work guaranteed HomesInc. WYATT- *2T W. Unlv 376-1236
.
Ave. SERVICE Station attendant: relIable free estimate. No lob too big
DAVID
man full time apply Shell or too smaiLMODERN 34 Waterfront Property ANDREWS.
AUTO MACHINIST wanted with experience Station hwy 75 and state road 26-
PAINTING CO. Trailer
contact Mr. Yates at Sales REAL ESTATECEDAR
372-3511. WANTED 4 MENto PHONE FR 6-2210 NW 13th St. WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD
, REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS work with large Eastern electrical Home of Reg. Broker. specahzing in KEY 3841 or 3831
T.V. Tech. 11 .
experienced fu
only Pacemaker LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.
Mobile Homes
time and part time only.. Honest concern in the Gainesville 28 Livestock & Supplies at 6th St. Shasta and Alrstream AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose,
commissions. 35 Houses
23- for SoleOWNERTRANSFERRED5R
\ YOU MORE than the ud that, will rent and dependable. Phone 376-4587. 40.area.neat High In appearance.Age Car Travel TriliersOcala's GR 5-2981.

BARBER necessary. No experience needed WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a First Mobile Home OVER 30 acres of lake front many .
WANTEDFR. train Call Mr. Haney. dairyman to show us a better On street parking all around our Dealer Since 148 .
we you. bearing pecan trees. Also 5 furnished 2 bath. Ig built !'n kitchen
it! 29976. Mon.. Wed.. and Fri. only at FR dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills corner. Open 8:30 AJA. to 8 P.M. 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. houses with dock and deep dishwasher. disposal. Membership
2-0500 between and 10 a.m. 16 pet. All Pulleted Dral- each weekday. Phone 629-1351 well pump. Many extras. On to Community club and P'OI. 2911
: MECHANIC WANTED. 5 days. Scott & Fetzer Corp. Krunch. Over 1500 Its. of PON 376-8361 Ocala. Fla. Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis NE 10th Drive. 376-1026 after 5:30
COSTS good working conditions. Barkley per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala-' FEDERAL QUALITY Jewelry Co.. p.m.. or weekends.
Here's what your Vacancy YOU Motors. 2201 N. Main St. chua. Phone FR 21095 or 461-
16-Work Wanted Female 2105. HOMES INC.
ROUTE salesman for soft drink 4(20 N.W. 13th St.
EVERY DAY until it is rented company. Must be bondable age AT stud. champ. Ideal time for Drivea FR 2-5113 Gainesville
.. .-. : 25-38. Phone FR 2-8511 9 10. WOULD like small set of booksto your spring colts. Write P. O. Walt Johnson. Mgr. McCOY'S ;
I
in home. Will
weekdays. keep my pickUp Box 415 for appt. Reasonablestud .
and deliver. fee. 33 LOTS FOR SALE

: IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:: INSURANCE agency prefer AGENT person with for some local Phone 4722185. Little MACOMA HOMES INC.

Insurance experience, must I WANT JOB as maid 5-days a 30 PETS & SUPPLIES 2.4 ACRE WOODED HOMESITES ,
& be over 21. Compen- week. Good references. Call me at Minutes West of Town off paved
$1.33 day have car
$40 . .
per mo. per sation depends on applicant. Re- FR 2-1898 from 12 noon to 6 ARISTOCRAT of dogdom. Fe- Save a LotLowest road. $1,600 with low down pay In beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St.
male. ment
call Dick
ply Box 569-A care of Gainesville pm. Weimaraner puppy. $75. Ex. Robinson anytime
$50 per'mo.. . $1.66 per day Sun stating qualifications. WANTED work by refined couplein champion cellent health line. 3724459.all shots A K C overhead In the Industry 11 W.RALPH Univ.A.Ave.FOSSEY Realtor 376-135 adjoining city limits.

RETIRED man to care for groundsand good health. sober. Anythingthat DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like Livable
$55 per mo. .' . $1.83 per day small workshop. I r v Ing pays salary. Hard workers. BASSET. 4 yrs. old. papers. to work and you benefit. LOOKto 23rd Blvd. acre lots. $3000.00 New- The Charming the '
454-1373. High Springs. lost business because of Civil the future, make a sound in berry Rd. acre lots $3750.00. RANCHO GRANDE TIKI
Rights Bill. Have trailer to live female. $100. 372-1439. brand S. W. acre lots $1200.00
vestment. See our top custom 3. bedrooms 2 baths 3 bedroom 2 bath large
,
: $60 per mo. . $2.00 per day ANTENNA Installation man. Must In. Experienced in Restaurant PUREBRED Boxer for sale, made 12 WIDES at 10
be .experienced and reliable. Ap- work and can manage grocery or no papers.Call puppies WIDES prices. I yr. financing Mary Moeller study. family room living screened porch, beautifulroom
ply In person Tech T-V, 122 NW Restaurant. Write Box 589M available. Lake Geneva Trailer dining room oak family room oak parquet
$2.16 FR 2-0895.
; .*- $65 per mo. . per day 16th Ave.SALES Gainesville Sun. Sales on Rt. 100. 1 mile S. E. parquet floor drapes infloors. drapes included.
Realtor
TRAINEE and delivery boy. WOULD like to have a lob babysitting SIAMESE kittens and stud service of Keystone Heights. Open evenings eluded. $30,000 10% $28,500 10% :Down.
:: : $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day 40 hr. week & good adVance- In.any part of Flavet. registered. Iliac, blue and chocolate and Sunday. 1019
ment. Must have driver's license Very good with children. Phone point; $25 up. Williston 528- W. University Ave. FR 4M71REPOSSESSION Down. Our 1964 Parade Home
& high school education. See 6448. .1954 8 X 37 2 bedroom trailer. tub 4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave.
FR 6-1849. Anytime of day. .
? $75 $2.50 day ,
per mo. . per Mr. Smith at Parker's 601 W. & shower real good condition.
Univ. Ave. WANTED: 2 year old registered Ideal for UF students; $1500. FR
17 Work Wanted Mole female Beagle. Must be trainedor 6-1887. "PLANNING TO BUILD"Let
$80 mo. . $2.66 per'day I 3 Bedroom House
per OLD Florida company expanding in we started. Phone 376-5555. us give you an estimate on contracting your new
area. We now have positions JUNIOR Engineering needs part BEFORE you bUy see us for top CENTRAL HEAT '
.. $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day available for 14 men. 21 yrs. and i time lob to remain In school. 32 Mobile Homes For Sole quality In Mobile Homes. ApproxImately $9900 custom home. -
: UP. experience not necessary. We Call Bill at 378-2698 after 5:00. 35 units to choose from. Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR,6-7290
train. Write box 584-A C-o Gainesville 1958 45 x 10. 2 bedroom trailer. 8, 10 12 20' width. up to 60' In $500 Down-$75 Per Mo.
.. $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day Sun giving resume and qual- good condition with awning. Phone length. 2131 N.W.55thTer. Nite FR 6.5015 or 6-6502
ifications. 18 Schools & Instruction FR 6-7858. Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd.
Featuring Marlette Hillcrest. WInd- RF 2-1362
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day COOK. white married. 30 to 55 Lowest prices. easiest sor & Park Manor.
yrs; 8 hours day. 5 day week. LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING terms larg- ; I _
vacation. sick leave. social security DEVELOP confidence o v e r- est display In central Florida. --' n
,:: $100 per mo. . .j $3.33 per day and state retirement benefits come fear-apply practical tech- We trade for anything. Free delivery 18 years In Business the Mobile Home
f :. ; for Interview contact Per- nique -develop personality deserve up to 100 mIles.TRAILER
sonel Director Sunland Train- recognition be an Influ- MART "SERVICE HAS BUILT I
Ing Center. P. O. Box 508 ence. Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 6
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR, Gainesville Florida. Phone FR BS degree 25 years experience. East Palatka Phone 328-1050 OUR BUSINESS"BAIRD V ,5 '
6-5381 ext. 362. Classes start Sept. 24. 7>- 9 p.m. "
!(, ONE of the largest firms in the For Information call Mrs. Rhea CONNOLLYMobile MOBILE r;
nation has opening In Gainesville 376-7724 after 5 or Hotel
p.m Home Sales Inc. 2 & 3 \ ,
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS area for the right man between Thomas 3729501. bedroom mobile homes. Many HOMES SpACEI
ages 21 to 45. H.S. graduate or floor plans. 7 year financing.
of Ocala
I above. good starting pay excellent HIGH SCHOOL Drive out today. 3 miles Southof
training program. unlimited at home. free booklet American Gainesville .
on U. $ 441 Ph. Phone 6293200 Jet. 301 & 441 .
"
opportunities for advancement. School. P. O. Box 16661. Jacksonville 374-Oi/l .'
Retirement and group Ins. bene Fla 32216. '. -
52 10 t ,
fits. No experience necessary.Call x FT. 2-bedroom Homette '"),' .
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 376-6037 8 to 4 PM. after MEN & women 18 To 95 to train for like new. Lot 17 Archer Road UNUSUAL t V ." V 1 I;,.':'
4 PM call 372-5475. CIVIL SERVICE Village. Phone 376-4863 after.5:00 '
,, Examinations. For Informationsend P.M. 4-Bedroom-2-Bath
EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. WANTED experienced waitress. THIS JOB IS AS name. address & Phone No. V 1" :' ,,::,
Must be over 21. Call FR 2-4690. Apply Humpty Dumpty Restaurant Key Training Service. 112 W. 1764 Hillcrest trailer. 2 bedroom HOME "
Manaro's Restaurant 2120 Hawthorne 310 NW 13th St. BIG AS A MAN Adams St.. Jacksonville. 50 x 10. Equity $500 take up
payments. Call 376-1521 after 3
;... Rd.
j EXPERIENCED Dry cleaning Suburban Heights
.. BILLING CLERK mature person to presser.One Apply Hour Martlnlzlng in person only 319 CAN MAKE IT Real Estate Exam I P.M.x 40 376-9281.1952 model Schultz trailer Living Room Space is a relative word which ity. We call if "more home for

.. typing permanent and $lob.sales 40 work.hr. Call a week.376- N. W. 13th St.HOUSEKEEPER. Your company future Is with unlimited our fast-growing if you can ATTEND COURSE First lesson fee.rIOWELL'S good $995.condition Call wall after to 5:30 wall P.M.carpets Master Dining Room BedroomDressingRoom can have several meanings. At your money", and that phrase

1251 for appt. Unl. City Photo (white preferred) quality for this easy interesting BUSINESS COLLfcoE FR 6-0790. .
I
and child care to live in or out. and rewarding position. You start COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave Highland Court Manor we use it has become a byword for us.
Transportation career at $105 salary pluS FP, 6-3507 3723727.SHORTHAND S Family Room 9 Den
Supply.POSITION needed if out your
Phone 3764022 between 3 & 7 bonus paid weekly as we train TYPING 2 Luxurious Bath Rooms to mean ROOM-and lots of it. Check our homes for yourself today
P.M. or apply at 306 NE 44th St. you. You can advance fast to Civil Service Training SUBURBAN Push Button Kitchen. It
and
means large lots homes then SPACE with
AVAILABLEFOR high paying management positionsas Secretarial Courses Classes Laundry and Utility Room compare I
: CASHIERS & FOUNTAIN hundreds of other men already now forming., Howell's Business HEIGHTS Screened-in Swimming Pool with plenty of usable liveable similarly priced homes. (Oui
AD GIRLS have done. No need to transferor Wall-to-Wall Carpet I
College 218 W. Unlv. Ave. Gainesville's Newest
rk1Ahe relocate. Travel limited to 5 Central Heat and enclosed under bedroom
Must enjoy SNACK BAR days a week In area close to FR6-3507 Prestige Address Air Conditioning area roof. Over three models start at
public by telJjhone and person- Age 25-40, night shift 3 P.M. to 12 your home. If you are between Built for Those Who Desire 25 of
.f ally. Good typist. good speller.Age midnight meals & uniforms fur. ages of 20 & 45 own a car in Only the Best.N. FRED MASON years home-building experience only79.34 per month, including
over 25 yrs. Many fringe nished. Contact Mr. George Summers good condition and have High -\.l- W. 43rd A N.W. 17th PL have taught how
.L.0 us to principal interest insurance
benefits Including: Paid vacation main cafeteria. U of Fla. School education. we urge you to / Built by Feur of Gainesville's PHONEFR ,

r" -. pension. sick plan.leave Apply insurance In person and to Permanent GENERAL resident.OFFICE WORK get all these facts see now. KIIMGSBERRYHOMES Leading FRED MASONA. Builders 28340FR- 2-3182 give you the maximum amount, .taxes, and" *a. built-in Tappanof

1 -- Classified, Gainesville Advertising Sun. Department chine bookkeeping and posting double ma-entry -: Mr. V.Thurs.C. Smith Sept.9 24.ajm.1964 to 3 p.m. MACOMA. W. FLETCHER HOMES Ask About Our room without sacrificing qualkitchen..) See us or phone today!
experience helpful. Include I
I full details In letter Reply to Bo; Florida State Employment Service W. P. RIDGWAY Trade-in PlanGAINESVILLE'S

WAITRESSES WANTED. Howard 587A Gainesville Sun. 413 Gainesville.S. W. 2nd Fla.Ave. I' The Regency 3 BR. .
Restaurant please apply -
Johnson's
WANTED Senior beautician. Call 2-bath entrance foyer. I
In person to 2830 N. W. 13th
Mary Lee's FR 22010 or FR 2. DR. LR. family
_St. 1706. roomS SALES OFFICE:
I double centrol

WANTED_ all shirts.experienced Larry's Restaurant.waitresses WANTED salary for Legal qualified Secretary.permanent Good: New Homesin heat. GE carport kitchen full NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr.

1225 W. Unlv. Ave. resident. Unmarried person pre brick. on a large lot. 1736 YEARS AHEAD COMMUNITYBY

,, CURB WAItRESSES day and ferred. Call FR 4-5266 between 9 N.W. 39th Ave. $19,000- Phone 372-3471
"= AM. and 5 P.M. Mon thru
ApplyIn FrL
night shift top wages. :
person. Jerrys Restaurant 10% down $122.00 per
2310 S. w. 13th St. month.
New Brick Homesby WESTVILLANW

BUTLER BROTHERS -
YOUR "ROAD TOSUCCESS" y

Builder The Powell 3 ER, 1 /
16th Ave
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I 3 & 4 bedrooms built-in kitchen bath oak floors carport,

;! Do Representative you hove on calling AVON on down-no down equipment payment.closing cen.FHA costs.heat from VA$700 no at 37th St. a central N.W.nice 34th heat.wooded PI.full lot.$14,000 brick 1514 on PALM VIEW ESTATES Why Pay Rent?

I = you regularly? If you don't
$500 down $86.49
\ perhaps it is on open territory Capitol Builders. Inc. per

{ which could offer you N.W. 37th Place & ,tit Street WALTER STUBBSInc. month.

an excellent earning op- OPEN HOUSE DAILY $16,000 PLOW OWN YOUR HOME

I : portunity. Start now tor Call 3714341 or 376-77SS. .

big Christmas profits. No Built and offered by FHA DOWN PAYMENT


::', time.experience Write necessary.AVON. P.Port O. 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In Phone 376-5394 THE JAMES CO. NOTHING DOWN VA
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Box 448 Gainesville. Florida SHADOWLAWN $100 Closing Cost Now ,
or call FR 2-0421. ESTATESF. "We trade houses" Phone 372-2527 office $, INCLUDING

D. OLIVER Phone 372-6441 home

OFFERING MONTHLY TAXES AND
Individual Styles For You

_: STEPHEN FOSTER Well planned living areas FERN WOOD MANOR PAYMENTS
...::, HEIGHTS Quality material it workmanship Gainesville's newest and most 'UAU INSURANCEFROM

luxurious apartment building ..
Located at NW. 37th Place & A community you would be wd&7
6th St. New brick homes under proud to live In 11 LAKESHORETOWERS $12,250 up
construction. Pkk your own Drive West on NW. 39th
colors. etc. VA & FHA Terms. Ave. past the Glen Spring In '
tersection. See sign on left.
... lIy FR 2-0866. $400 DOWN FHA

Capitol Builders. Inc. NOTHING DOWN VA
::. NOW LEASING
NW. inn Place & th Strut I $100 Closing Cost

Can 1714311 er 176-7781 t ,,,,,"
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"' WtMBERLY ESTATES Take your choice af over \.. ). .:

'I 90 beautiful brick WATER PENETRATION OR ... .. / ,.... .'.. ,
Uytf Myrick Bldr. Kingsberry. homes, NU DRAINAGE PROBLEMS. : I ./.' a. .
4 Offering mare quality : : _

for less money 1iv44 \ ::. .
$9,000 to $30,000 i .
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Ave. Cpu Sundays at 2M or as little as INCLUDESV

= by appt. tt-SUt er 1-WS4. NO MONEY DOWNon Large Improved Let-..-- G.E.


your lot LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: DIRECTIONS: Drive West on $ 1 00 down .- Garage Kitchen ar-Carport" Radiant-
VAReel
Monthly Swimming Pool Recreation Room 16th Ave. Turn Masonry Construction -

: BOBBY L low paymentsas as Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat Left on 38th St. Plaster Walls Terrasxa .

Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities or, 39th Terrace. Floors Awning Windows
: BRYANNow $56.00Several Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute Formica Cabinets -and vanities

new homes ready Paved Parking Areas S Lighted Sidewalks $395dovnFHAINCLUDES = Fully Insulated Ceilings
: bock in Gainesvilleto for immediate occupancy. S 3 Elevators BUTLERBROTHERS All Cry Services

serve you in all types CLOSING 22 MODELS

: of Terrazzo. THE JAMES CO. I PHONE 376-4456 V V ...:.- V FROM $1.25016.900

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901 Waldo Rd. HUGHEDWARDS
B fir T Terrazzo I
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Phone 372-2527 I SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL 5 DAILY i \\1jredH/ ,
Village
Company
: -- Evenings 372-6441 t__ 2306 S.W. 13th ST.U.S.. HWY. 441 BUILDERS INC.

: 2605 NE 19th Dr. Builders of

-. Phone FR 2-0881 Kingsberry Homes Butler Bros. BUILDERS DAILY 2-9545 NIGHT 6-9048 2909 N.E. 15th Street 376-7971 BuilderDevefoMrr



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15 Heuiei for SaU. 35 Houses for' Sol 35 _Houses .for Sole _' _35 _Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Salt 43-1 COLORED RENTALS_ -
0 54 Business Rentals 66 Misc. For Sal 84 AUTOMOBILE
I-i- OWNER, Pine Forest, new MUST SACRIFICEIovely I 3 BR UNLIKE BY OWNER, immediate possession NOW RENTING REPAIRS

brick, 4 Bdrm. 2 bath. built-in home In Westmorland. Only $1V ANYTHING In Gainesville. This 3 financing arranged. Not In a M SL cosiness or office space lo COSCO feed & play table play
kitchen. $800 for equity assume 000 with $700 down. It features BR., 2 b, with tremendous screened prelect./ Call 372-8401, days, or COLORED ultra modern 2 BR d In 1400 block West University I pen & $3; $1 $15; Auto MlLLERT&3Ns parting.
_!PtA lean. 374-1174. lg. floored attic, Fla. rm., 15 x 48 patio Is a dream. 374-2748 evenings to see our pIes aparm large living Ave. For more information I p ti piece) sit,; Body work IK.95
estab. lawn fenced back yard & distinguished subdivision, huge lOt. 1800 ft. 4 BR 2 bath CCB EVERY DAY dining kitchen with _Phone FR Bb type clothes line $12; All &trk painted
STOP ONLY $450 down to qualIfied s 6-312
: buyer 4 BR, 2 bath, CBS luxurious 12th Ave. shrubs.call 372-0089.See at 4055 NW You'll enjoy your seeing own It.colors.Still time Call home 929 NE 10th PI. we br have 2 bath buyers central asking heat for& cent.a :3 fan.floors large tile storage baths closets, space tera.zo FOR STORE & WAREHOUSE I umbela cr luggage rack $10 420 7 w glarate.

t. FHA financing $71.27 mo. Sell- or 372.11727. air wall to wall near er and hot water heater, facil space. call John Merrill, Realtor NW 36th Ter. 374-4131.
, .. er pay closing costs. Call 372-0481 NEW ROBINSON HEIGHTS, out Of 3723727.SPACIOUS JWK Parochial & carptn.. Hi- ties for washing machines and 377-1494. I KEEP your carpets beautiful despite 85 Automobiles for Sale
for appt. to see. 1804 NW 38th city limits. 3 BR, 2 bath study, School. Must have large family paved streets. See at N.E. 26th constant footsteps of a busy]

# _Ter._ _ _ double carport family room. rrtu, be spacious with Ig patio Ter. or call for appointment 372- 56 Business Opporunii. family. Get Blue Lustre. Rent FORD, 1954, runs good. $75. slAC
;r THREE bedroom 2 bath CCB built In kitchen. Cent. heat & 2 CUSTOM bunt home on ONE ACREof 372-8404 outdoor bar. in excellen 5321 or 375 electri shampr $1. McDanll CA 1959 almost new ein
; traverse down pay ton air cond. $14,500 $1000 down, natural beauty. Exclusive condlto H please call MONEY MAKER Gainesville go tires. $5 $ for .
; $83 per mo. tJ.w. 21st Drive $89 mo. 4120 SE 14th Ter. Bud neighborhood. Convenient to University NEW LISTING with almost an let us show you the 44 Cottages for Rent grocery now Neighborh Center.Co 41 N SU. after S bt"
: Off 39th Ave. Robinson FR 2-2984. and new school. Many ex acre of ground In beautiful Florida home. 000 per year should do 1. Pm
/ tras. Call for appoointment to Park. Spacious and gracious PRICE PRE SEASON until SELL
TWO bedroom CCB house with 3.3 HIGHLAND COURT, 4 BR. 2 baths. see. three bedroom two bath I BR. turn cottage on Santa Fe store of $45.000 Includes business Oct. 19 only. SPECIAl size PNTIAC STARCHIEF, 1953,2
Point Road. Call Fla. rm., wall to wall carpet liv. COZY all electric, tiled shower building, inventory good
t. acres on Rocky home with large living room, Lke. PLUS 2 LP GAS HEATER plus our gas $200.
BR 2 Bam cit
One bed horn In central
372-0348 after 5:00 P.M. ing room air condition. Phone large dining pane rm good condition month. Phone 3.s or ed hal 2 plus nor Phone 3743448.VOLKSWAGEN .
372-5347 or 3722080. SELLING? ro li corner lot. off Archer Rd. 372-8169. residence plus another h cinr cplt. _
heat
: BY OWNER concrete block 3 bedrooms stud overs II near U.F. & Med center. $7000 for rental plus space for Intalati. ra t 1941, new engine.
2 baths, large convenient. 3 bedroom. 1 bath 6-room frame GIVE US an opportunity to help broom, two car 7 trailers. TERMS AVAILABLE. S.6 total good Call FR
See at 1617 NW 10th Ter. house close in, nice neighborhood you. We have prospects who are garage, grounds, COMFORTABLE 45 Furnished Apts. Call cost. (only $15JS d 3241, citi $ 6
I lg. shady lot, $9,950. looking for your home. all in perfect condition. 3 Bedroom 1 Bath REDFRANKS REALESTATE PROPANE 5 ex.. 21o 213
BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH $$$ Terms. Walter Stubbs, Inc. Ph. NEW LISTING in Highlands. Beau C.B. home, some furnishings. N.W.SI0,900.0 EFFICIENCY 3505 N.W. 17th SI. 7N.E. 1st StPhone___ 374-081 Archer Rd.. FR 4-5110
By Investing In a U. S. Steel Home 374-5394. tifully appointed three broom, $45 per mo. Duplex for male CHAIRS FORD. 1959 2-dr., stan trans., V-
t built In this area by ALACHUAREALTY two bath for sale Terms. dining desk us 4 contour I. economical to Priced for
hs students 1010V* W. Univ. Ave. 59 drive
ALACHUA HOMES INC. $60 MO. 2 BR, large kit.. liv. rm., 16500.00 Large Money Wanted sap wllu S Immediate sale consider
Phone 374-0430 bath and back porch. Small down living large family INCOME $90 per mo. Call McKINNEY ea. Als ele has trade. FR
Model Home Opening every Sun. payment to one with good credit. room r tile floor, 3 Apt., near school corner lot. GREEN REALTOR FR 2-3417. RELIABLE persons wishes to borrow fans. $ ea. Ele clipperset. 4-52

from 1 P.M. 5 P.M. beginning 1704 NE 1st Ave. Call 372-1537. comer lot with siealks Est income, low down paymt. 1204 N. W. 23rd Blvd.. I BR furnished S Balane needed above U 3-1. RAMBLER 16 1 owner will, perfect

August 14. 3331 N.W. 28 PL USED Associates enclosed 5120 apt. immediate ocupan. amnt bnk e/o finane Write ELECTRIC typewriter coii S d accept take
Sun
Compare cost with all other 3 435 N.E. 1st St. 316-2<<1 extra luxury features.ECONOMICAL $75 per Phone 5A. wood office $95 Under old f do pyt
m 647 typewriter Goodciti
house INVESTMENT or
2 BR, I bath frame space
bedroom, 2 bath, fully air condo Arie T. Smith Realtor S pyts CII 6
; homes. -YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY heater, $7,500 $400 down, $65 Mabel Gore. Associate with low living down at only paymentposible. $8.900.00 Cal us and let us explain how Weseman Real.EFFICIENCY 61 Wanted to Buy Phone 372-7 5 37627._
SE 1st Ave. Bud Robinson can Invest In the future of
1433
TIME." mo. APARTMtNTS S p. CHEVY '64.
I bedroom Impala New.
Tw masonry Gainesville. We have listings Phone
FR 2-2984. many month. .
FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA I GLADYSSMITH home of 1,300 feet In con- to offer you. 43 COINS WANTED CLARINET, wooden b-flat reconditioned 2,750 mi $2600. FR-
approval you can have Immediate MOVING TO JAX venient .sire. Another two CLEAN 1 bedroom apartment A U.S. and foreign silver $25; Detecto baby scale, U Cal
possession and ownership of I GREAT trade opportunity. Will bedroom home near the across from Campus, couples a dollar proof sets and 1955 rubber foam bed. pillows $1 6-4405._

the best value house for sale In trade beautiful water front Universit completely furnis ly. Cal 312-23 for details half dollars. Remington Roll a matic elec. CORVETTE, 1940 shape,
home In Mayport area for your MaryMoeller REBEL STAMP saver s 37626.WESTNGHOUSE excelet
NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air with I bath & COIN SHOP seb or 4
THREE rooms trad.
conditioning. Paneled family room Gainesville home or property. come possible. adults, pets, dowtow fur 809 W. University Ave. washer $50. 24" sion, sp transmis
joining living-dining area for ex. Custom bum for ferocious beach 372-5393 LARGE beautiful. well drained area. n month. FR 2- Consle T. HF. $70. 24" ne trs Ph
tra living. Hugh Florida Room. lots in Reasonable nls $ per CASH for your used cu 3760. _
spaciousness. Electric range Idylwild Walking distance of new Rldgeood. .plances sel popll law mr S
and dishwasher. Back separate Family Room. ..threebedrooms. prices. improvements paid.Littlewood 421 2-16 furniture, clothing etc condition. Call MERCURY covertibe 1940 power
enclosed by 7 yard ft. hedge.completely .three baths. .Of grade bath school. Beautiful lot 3 brm. Westwood schools NICE furnished 2 BR duplex apt. hams Service Center Hawthorn 1736 anytime. 31 steering, b &

Call 374-4147 for appt. to see at fice or den. .beautiful kitchen. 2 FHA contemporary home. New Just around the good residential section Conven.lent Rd 372-3937. sat Large engine. J'l cond.
financing. comr.J. REEL type Johnson '
Many. .Many custom features. to stores & bus line. Within law mowerHotpoint Cal 3766
2213 NE 7th Ter. INDIAN head
Realtor pennies.
_L _ _ Shaded by towering live oaks. W. distance of Coo Lncol's automatic stove, 176:
Near Finley extra lovely 3 brm. walking square. dollars, old style paper money MERCURY Montery UJ5. Very
outright. Contact portable dishwasher
REAL-NICE Will trade or sell Rent 515 Keme
2 BR or can be used pies only. No
2 bath home. Lovely location. pets and coins. clean. $400.
as 3 BR house in excellent locat'on. Hugh Edwards, Inc., Allan Good for KIRKPATRICKRealtor 1019 W. University FR 4-4471 monthly. Ph. 376-51. gold W. A Carlo 372.187.
financing ready oc FR
Jr. Ph. 6-2895
Nice corner shaded lot, Donman, Sales manager. 372-1551. Associates 43 SEWING MACHINES ._ _
with garage. Total price $11,500. cupancy. 31 N. Main St. FR E. W. Mealier Foster Kesler 46 Unfurnished Apts. Trade-ins priced from $9.95 up. MERCURY 9 passenger
FHA financing available. Phone BY OWNER. Property appraised Tradition 3 brm, 3 bath home In ASSOIATES: 2-80 Dick Durbin Sharon Grant 64 Household Goo I UNITED SEWING CENTER tion wagon IUS, radio, heater Ita

_owner 372-7401. at $26,000. owner will sacrificefor Finley area. A lot that has been Floye Mathiasen Irene member of multiple listing DUPLEX 2 BR CB, lg. tot, ulility 611 W. University Ave. good tires, one owner good
2100
$22, 00. Large lot, sq. landscaped with loving care. See Bunnel. FOR THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE rm. $80 mo. Avail. Oct. 1. 724 T-A-G APPLIANCES All Work Guaranteed diti c
-- OCALA block, 3 BR. 2 bath, Irg. ft. all large rooms. 3 BR, 2 Capt. A. W. Reece, USN Cal 372-u
open-beam ceiling, paneled dinIng baths living room with panel- this one. Good price good Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin EVERYTHING. .EXCEPT a NW 19th Ave. 3-2 after 3:00 Tested and Guaranteed PONTIAC SEDAN 1954*Ply
8. family room with fire- Ing & fireplace family room, terms. House with clr beauty, cypress P.M. Shown by app. 4 Rererator from $op 70 Boats-Marina Equip. mouth Savoy. Call 195 21
completely room, from up
piece Irg. fenced-in back yard separate dining room DISTINCTIVE 1-bedroom apartment $
:.. built-in kitchen. 372-3130 or 46$- equipped ultra-modern kitchen GLADYS SMITH parquet floors, Japanese s h u t- suitable single 1 Wasr from up 5 H.P. Johnson excellent condition; VOLKSWAGEN. 195?. Pere engjne. -
perant. all deluxe .
ters, & Or will trade for 3 HP bar.lal
:- 1683. bookcases & many. other fea skylights. .near Univ. faculty member. Also .from $49 up S cas faturs
tures. Can be seen at 4040 New- Realtor C&P P.K Yoe. Designed by archI room apt. FR 6-72 fur l.bd 2 Food-Freezers from 59 up Jons Evlnr e. Phone 316913 CII. after weekdays, all

_
berry Blvd. FR 28931.CLEAN. call 2 Dishwashers from $ up 316-2
: TOP EXECUTIVE Associates: Anna Hinson 032*. UNFURNISHED Duplex near cam 10 TV Sets from $35 up IMPALA rusted. Best
boat
PROFESSIONAL CLASS Virginia Power Caroline Noyes AndDevelopment pus 3019 SW 34th Way. Familyof JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. 15'10 Sprtscra" .Johns offer 195. b _
Realty FINANCIAL needs require the sale Original price
1228 W. University Ave. 2 or 3 only. water
419 NW 8th
..: THE UNIQUE CUSTOM Four bedroom 2 bath home In Phone 372-5393 of a 2 BR Cement Block homeIn no kit. equipment, $45. furishe. Ave.Ph 35 $2,000 Phone will sacrifice fo $200. _Cal 376-0674. -

BUILT HOME OF choice N.W. location easy walkIng Northwest sio House sits 2-0. DISCOUNTPRICES 376-72 '6 SUNBEAM Alpine, excellent
on a shady lot lr COBIA Fiberglas cabin cruiser ..
to Liniewood School.New REDFRANKSREALESTATE wel grlss. one owner, extras.
= GAINESVILLE paint Inside and out, terrazzo Will terms.Cal 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 100 HP, Mere motor Tradewlnc Priced right. Call man.
Jamaica-style pace setter floors, built In range and oven, Co.Like FR 2-185 after 6 p.m. trailer with curtains and screens .
-- living room central heat beautifully wooded FORDYCE & ASSC. for entire boat. Also with all '
Forty foot Florida MORE HOUSE FOR THE MON. MERCEDES BENZ 199 SL. 1954,
e) room lawn. 3708 equipment required by law. Plus
lot and established We have several nice homes for Must
-i Luxurious master suite with N.W. 22nd Place. Ridgeway Con- EY 1800 sq. ft. of living area FREDARNOLD rent. Please call Fordyce and We undersell everbd. extra acces. Priced right for Info. new Firestones sell. Blue,with clean red Iterir.
walk-In closets-dressing struction Co. 372-8945 or 372-6424. plus attached garage. Superior further Information. call FR 7 to 9 and 7 insie
CCB Construction 3 large bedrooms an old brick fireplace and Indoor Assc. 316-123 for 212. A out. Call after 7 P.M.
: room built-in wait I to 9 316
; vanity See our special 3 FURNITURE CO. PM
2 baths Big Livingroon barbue 1955
and shoe closet NEWLarge with fireplace entrance f/yer, BR. 1 bth rnch style in N.E.Section. THREE bedroom 2 bath house on NW 5th Ave. at 10th St. 1944 17 FT. Owens fiberglass boat tires FORD, good CONV. good top good

Fabulous kitchen, breakfast restrict. cover*** ptlo. Nice yard. 16. price right Silver Lake near Keystone. complete with top and side & ped. loing. euip
priced
... 2-story home In new CLEAN, used refrigerators for sale 314 NE .
; utility and S5
room workshoparea 4 'bedrooms 000 with choice of financing. Call 3762615. rear curtains 85 HP Mercury motor
Has -
ed residential area. 6-0817. This _one so well built a subcon.tractor Phone 372-S and Murray Many 1957 PORSCHE COUPE, completely
t Twenty-six foot closet wall 2 baths upstairs living. bought it. then didn't get SANTA FE LAKE, CCB cottages, FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks. 3 extrasl Same as triler.. rebuilt excellent condition

Guest suit with sunken tubS dining.: &kitchen.powder family room room.down-. CUSTOM BUILT and designed by married. Se this new 3 BR, 2 REALTOR modern. 1 efficiency and 1 two gil with gas heater attached hr. Wi sacrifice. Call 651.2 throughout. See at 21 IS, NW 7th

: Paneled library _with fireplace stairs.study Immediate occup I n c yp local architect with ultra modern bath ville. style In N.W. Gaines broom. avail. Sept. 8. Phone gal. butane gas tank. Complete ext. evenings, ext. 348 PL after 1 P.M._
Florida Living In mind. Melrose. with gauges, 2 crane sha
W. Ridge- $300 DOWN 5515 '
Phone FR 28945 P. 55 CHEVROI
ET, standard
2700 ft. of living low well Inquire Lewis transmission -
Two landscaped patios 1 way. Nearly sq. Central are heat For the man who wants the best Pay $61 like rent for this quality 4 BR home next to County Par Jewelry Co.REUPHOLS'D.pmps. 72 Office Equipment 6 cylinder. Perfect condi
acre lot In most select plus 3 car carport. luxurious 2 BR home Floridaroom 2 broom home on corner lot In on Hawthorne Rd. $100 per mO tion. Call NW 7th

neighborhood & alrconditioning.witt unusual eating Dream a kitch. separate dining room and area. Call 2-352 today Cal John Baldwin, FR 621 or Bahama lounge COMPARE OUR PRICES PL 31115
Scads of sky light so house en other special too numerous to see. 4-4405. Cedar wardrobe. coffee table. Save on Typewriter Adding Machines
& feature
IN pat-
SALE
FOR entrance, foyer
Striking 4 43 OLDS Jetfire, fie. air
and ,
to blond drop leaf table Cash : turbo
: Is csheerful even In gloomy to. lot In LIbby Heights. on a large lot ONE bedroom house for rent. 1 ml Chck Protectors
Large
PARADE OF HOMES In ideal N.W. location. NO QUALIFYING apt., size electric range Cabi charged 4 speed, loaded. John
: weather I Must be seen to appreclat. past Stengel Field on left tUe of cair. Reister FR
b or at 1122
set and other see
Piers
CONVENIENT to University. 3 road. For further Information, 3p glder hs. 214
This house Is Ideal for ed. $ Call Bed .
-- 6-01. Nu _
lavish or casual 3 BRr 2 Bath ColonlatHoms I ,0. ling for a building site? Among rooms oak floors. Needs contact FR 4-1467. Iems. Nearly We buy used office machines.UNIVERSITY _
entertaining 2 Realtor we have a beautiful reeco 318 Ave. FR 62 OFFICE EQUIP & '41 Chevrolet park wood with
Never have Central Heat & Air Cond. I Claude M. "Red" Franks WQ rating. Owners equity is wagon
3 BR furn house at,4731 NE 55th
0 you seen so ed lot with 100 ft. 51.30. air
F&E CHECK PROTECTOR CO.
STUDENT
WESTINGHOUSE refrigerate SPEC-
% This 41
Fireplace 10 o be the bargain 11.
Car Garage may
much from 2 'till
cabinet and drawer U. S. 441 South Terr. May seen
Down Payment. 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone U81 running 213 looking for. No appointment dark. b .cross top freezer, 10 cu. ft. $90. 2727 NW 6th St. Plymouth, per coed
space under one roof. deep with a well and septic tank
Member Multiple Listing needed. Sears Kenmor fan 2". Phone 4.000 sworn to Phone
Three-car garage. Total already there. 73 Musical Merchandise 4-4405. S5
square footage 6,000 under McKiNLEY BY OWNER. cen. heat & air cond.. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn 316-80. _
roof 2Vi bath. 3 BR. family living Please let us show you these and BEAUTIFULLoaded DOUBLE bed, S1i 4 speed win- BAY upright mirror good 1957 Cross country Rambler station
Happy to show by appointmentonly. Construction Co. dining rm.. large kitchen, built- many others we have available. with charm and extras. Both IN ALACHUA MODERN 2 bed. dow fan. $ $25 grill, tone. Call or piano wago excellent condition $500.
in appliances. Large garage. house and grounds in top condi room house and carport. $40 moNo $5. All items good condition. Ph. 372-31 3162. CII 4-1950.
376-2258 3468 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR Jack De Yot Re. Broker tion. You'l enloy| living here es- pts. not over 2 children. 462 FR 23742.DELUXE PRACTICE PIANOS
Call In at $15,500. Call for .
372.1987
372-251 Upright pianos, $95 and
24518.IT'S up
1944 CORVAIR
Frigidaire electric range Spider convertible
13th St. appointment. Just
-- lste.SPACIOUS 3 BR, 1 bath unfurn. house. Kit like new cond.. 2 ovens dee p Used spinet pianos, $49 and up Daytona blue, radio hater, 4
--
-- FACTThe equipped, available Oct. 1 $85 per well, auto timer lg. store g edrawer. Used organs. $795 up. speed transmisi ,
A New Listing mo. Call 2-8404. 372-2998. GRIDLEY MUSIC COMPANY covers, '. miles.
-
OPEN HOUSE 1900 sq. I., freplace. dining plus THREE BR, 1 bath. '1242 NE 6th $1. double bed headboard Gainesville Shopping Center Take over payments. Phone 374-
down payment can be arranged SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2Vi bath masonry family equipped kit SPRINGS for FR 4339 or 372-9774.
to suit the Buyer on this bau hom with 16 x 3? SWIMMING chen and laundry. Hug two car Ave. $90 mo. Call McKinney: and frame (no mattress 2-533 _
Beautiful' solid brick 3 bedroom, 2 bath tiful 3 BR, 2 Bath CB POOL Located In the NW garage. Large lot In S.W. location. Green Realtors FR 2-3417. foam rubber pad for double bed; WILL transfer to responsible party 1943 PLYMOUTH station 4
new 3469 NW 16th Ave. Brand New section |lust outside the city lim Central heat and air conditioning. 2 BR, screened porch lg. yard for draperies white lined for large choice of four spinet or console dr., v-8, A.T., rldlo wago,
home with open brick fireplace. Built in oven on a wooded half acre lot. Cent. its. This is an exceptional buy at Everything for gracious Ilv- monthly. Avail sliding doors fiber glass draperies pianos Pick up payments o Wur- steering, A p.er
heat & Kit. Call now ing. $25,400 with terms. leas 91510 f 0 r windows gOld. litzer Spinet Piano at Call 372-9407 before
AElec 815!
524.30. Realty back SI90.
and range, custom built kitchen cabinets, to see.NOW'S. abe 20th nw.St. FR pink green and beige, large seat.bird save 52 Wurlitzer Organ P. 3.31 after 5:3 P.5:3
6-247
TIMETo LAKE FRONT ESTATE 4 bed maple stool cane motion, pick pay.
large storage and utility room. Double carport THE room 2'1 bath contemporary ARNOLDREALTY UNFURNISHED 3 BR hom$110 Phone 372-31V7. lund we have a UI to fit 1943 Fairlane 500. Good conditionand

with curved sodded lawn. Excellent look at one of the nicest home central heating air per mo. Unfurnished 2 BR $60 any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO., cheap. CII 374-0374 or 707
drive homes available. 3 BR. 2 baths. conditioning fireplace, double carport per mo. Call 316-74 66 Mise .For Sale. 702 W. Univ. Ave. 374-0031. NW 2nd afternoons .

location. Immediate occupancy with small Just outside City on N. W. 39th bomb shelter and large 7 ROOM, 2 story. 3 BR, 1V4 baths SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at 4 P.M

FHA down VA. Ave. Large corner lot. Huge LR wooded lot. Just outside city limits. Member $130.00 per mo. Garage. 555 NE RUMMAGE SALE Rebuilt small Grand Piano, MUS SELL '5 Doge was $325
down
payment no payment with fireplace. See It and you'llwant 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 $49. $300. after
Associates 7th Ave. GR 5502. COMPLETE 5-gaL aquarium; 2 Also another truck load of nw 5:3
: Jane Caldwell 160. P.M.
Located at 506 N.W. 34th St. it.DUPLEX LOVELY 3 bedroom IV* bath split Jim Sheppard Bob KalkmanF. THREE bedroom 2 bath house power mowers 2 beds; 2 cotS tine factory rebuilt pianos _

level masonry home located I In W. Hedge Jimmy Greene with Fla. room. built in range gas mel ; go-cartj fully guarante arrived today. 1942 falrlln. excellent condition.
CALL YOUNG AMERICA HOMES This is a good buy. Extra nice In I the NW section lust Inside the city Walter Stoddard N.W. Section. $120 per mo. Phone & chair tools; pots We you visi us for all payments. Total cost

good location close in. The limits. ONLY 51.2 With $700 FOR SALE two bedroom 468-1177 Waldo. and pans and odds and ends. your musical $1100. FR 6-5
3727070COMPARE monthly Income justifies the DOWN. unfurnish FR 6-315 LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE SKYLARK, 1944, 8,000 miles $200
ed house
by $
owner 3 BR. 1 bath $150. 1937 NW 2nd 112 SE 1st Street
price. If you want a go Investment and resume payments of per Ave. Phone 374-3401. SEWING MACHINE down, carry on payments. Call
then phone now HUGE 2 story frame 4 broom mo. Inquire after 5:00 S NW Singer Zig Zag. Used, like new FOR SALE used console piano extra FR 2.7A3 after 5:00 P.M._
to see. house with 2 sleeping lo 55th Terrace. THREE broom house with stove condition with Instructions and nice. We lust received FOR SALE '
ant BuIck
cated at 214 NE 5 and Avail Balance. Dealer. 5 re convertible -
Avenue. ONLY
furnishe. guarantee. er load of good
UNIVERSITY with $1.200 DOWN able last of Sept. ., 14th $ us. upIgh full needs top, no
516.0 37 Reol Estate 312-160. anos from selection
A-C Phone
Exchanged Ter. Si 15 mo. on lease. Wes- Slo 402.
all _
FOR SALE 35 mm Argus C 3 now before they are )
I REALTY John Merrill ANXIOUS TO SELLI man Realty FR 6202 ? F-3.5 camera with case $20. Inquire gone. Terms for all. GAINES USED car Valiant 19 SigM -

WAIT 2, BR house for lease, $125 per ,_2832 NE llth Ter. VILLE MUSIC CENTER, 10' 4 dr. fnhe;::
Realtor mo. Located at 815 NW 20th St. Univ. Ave. 372-5421. air, adlfu auto trans.,
3724351W. Have you considered exchanging?
1115 N. Main St.
Ph seat belts,
1500 factory
Ernest Tew owner at 905 NW 20th St. ELLA'S ZENITH 120 base aecordian. like mies.
M. MULTIPLE LISTING Realty Contac
THESE HOME VALUES I Munro. : PHONE FR 2-1494 Realtor ..,.. _...... Exchanger 3 BR. 1 bath CCB house, cent. new CERMICS'Beinning new, cost $- will sell for 3.100 warranty sale remainin., No trade new
S. E. McLaughln. Frank Rob ASSOCIATESMARCELLA 2904 N.W. 13th St. 316-66. heat, stove walking distance Lit- $175. Also base $75. H 111- In please. Ph. C. T. Newberry
W BEFORE YOU BUY Roy McCann C PARDI tlewood, Westood. $120 m r. .ti E.P. Closed. Thurday. 6-556 crest Trailer ct. Lot A?. 372-4088 to see and drive.

W.H.BUCKHANNANPARRISH 40 Business Properties Avail end 610 NW 35th FOR SALE Monarch B-flat clara
McKINNEY Ter. Phone 374-1374. FOR SALE new Beautiful full net. In 87 Automobiles Wontor

SAVE! APT. HOUSE SITE: close in; sew 3 BR, 1 bath living rm.. dining length wedding dress, and severalPlrty shap.reoitio.. 372.411.Automotive.
GREENDEATON er and paving 305' by 140; a rm.. kitchen. screened porch; dresses size 5. with match CARS WANTED, 1950-54 Forts
tBillsnnnlm4m89lllifffflhtI1IilWIfl\ The following are now under natural for 3 four units Jobs. $11-, SI 10 per mo. with lease. NE IOn Ing shos. size 6 Will & Chevroiets. A! Herndon Sere
000.00 INSPECT NOW Ter. 374-6957. PIone 38-26. ice Station, 914 SE .
The following are ready for construction and will be ready REALTORS PRESENTSFOR heater. 5S.COC 4
Kenmore oil
RETIREMENT REST HOME. 3 br, 2 bath N.W. $120.00 C.B. SEARS
or
occupancy. for occupancy soon I EXCLUSIVE This 50 room furnished andequipped 3 b 1 bath N.W. $12.0 C.B. BTU, like new $75; gas stove S3 FOR THE
Unmistakably this fine home Is designed 3 2 bath N.W. C.B. See at 1334 NE 7th St. Ph. FR COREC
RENT: 2 bedroom home In (even to elevator) Is In SISO.0 83 Motorcycles & Scooters
3330 N.W.2Sth Ave. for those who value Qual. NE location. Living room, dining the pink of condition; Nearly 2 9805. TIME .

4 BR., 2V* baths, $1250 dn., _..""..................mi;;;; .._ ity beyond price Located In a room and screen porch. Unfur acres and close In; Gainesville Mary MoellerlRealtor SEWING MACHINE 1964 HONDA 150, excellent condition -
$144 per mo. restricted and unexcelled neigh nished. of course. Price and terms amazingly 1944 Automatic Zig Zag. Works buttonholes $42. See at Shady Nook FR 2-1411
borhood 3 large reasonable. We stitches. In
prefer to and fancy lot 15. See at 3101
3310 N.W. 30th PI. 4120 & 4121 colorful baths Sunken living FOR RENT: 4 Bedroom, 2 bath discus this at our office. nice cabinet. Balance 1.1 or SW 34th Park Archer Rd. Courtesy Of
room with pink marble fire home In N. E. Central heat and month.
$6.40
3 B R, 2 bath $600 dn. $87 I N.W. 19th Dr. place. Walt to wall carpeting air conditioning. Unfurnished. Good Business Lot busy 1019 W. University Ave. FR 4-4471 Dealer per 372-7680 TRIUMPH 195 500 cc. In good University Chevrolet
per month. with o condition. Phone 378-1141.
Large paneled Fla. room
thoroughfare usable house with FOR RENT OR SALE Rural
3 BR. 2 bath, $500 dn.. $81 other attractive ; REPOSSESSED Singer port. Zig N. Main St. at 16th Ave.
fireplace Many FOR.SALE FHA Financing 3 plumbing, well set back. $7,500.00. small 2 BR house and 3. acres CUSHMAN EAGLE perfect con
-.IIIRIIRRdml'nmllllllllllllllRlllIIIQ per month. features You will be sur bro new concrete b lock ASKI deep well, paved road. Zag an anadments. Round beb- dition, recently completely over. _
SHOWN BY ADVANCE prlsed and excited I we were of city limits. FR 65336FOR In, ss forard reverse over hauled buddy s e at. -
balance
when you see this quality home Only 3 left for qualified buyers. Cal pins neles. $4 per mo
ACRE SHOPPING CENTER Cal
APPOINTMENT ONLY 37-1624.
4119 & 4127 Call for appt. FR 2-3417. Priced under $10,000. 1'h RENT OR SALE 4 room $34 Sewing Machine -

j 527 E. Univ. Ave. N.W. 19th Dr. TRADITIONAL 3 broom. 2 unlimited: count; in terrific G'ville; $50,000.00 possibilities a house in Keystone Hts. Smal Service. 815 W. Univ Ave. 3781355. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS BARKLEYMOTORS

Large comfortable home for NEWSFLASH bath home. Large lving room steal; good terms. equity take up pay. or .

a large family. 4 BR 4 B BR, 1 bath $500 dn., $74 The location of this fine property separate dining room family $40 per mo. .Nice location for re DO IT YOUR SELF; F>r-
baths up living room family month. Is news worthy it Is within room with lovely Built ARCH REALTOR tired couple. Apply 1st house b m'ta top 18X20" boards $1 CAR WAXING ..$9.90
per
room, parlor dining room, walking distance of Finley School In kitchen. Located In B I a ck CAMPBELl hind Clay Electric Rubs Make table cutting board ve; Engine cleaning and upholstery
dinette screened porch. BR, and the University In a most desired Acres.J. 3765707 Beauty Salon. 2 blks. from BusI b'Rs. "ete:. Gainesville Auto cleaning. 732 NW 1st St. "IN THE AUTO GAME

kitchen, 2baths down 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRIIIllllllI IIIIIIIIIIIII neighborhood. It Is news 41 Residential IncomeBedroom. ness h. AIR CONDITIONING Tune up BARKLEY'S THE NAME"
FINLEY AREA We have
phone conversation necessary worthy because of Its excellent J. 4 per mo. Will sell Special, $2.50 for performancetest.
NEW furniture
2201 N. Main St.
condition and has lots of space two nice 3 bedroom homes priced 809 o'oe Phone prcas.
All and models.
first. 4 2 bath Also : old Sunday and makes
ARE to sell. Walking distance to J. h. ad fur
OUR HOMES
ALL and
Dining FR 2.4373VOEN
3 BR, 2 bath J. Finley and convenient to University ioining rental 200 bfore' benches cheap. Phone 372-83. of Chrysler built cars H awes-
OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY Fla. room Garage It is situ Florida. frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd Powers Motor Co.. Air Conditioning .
Norwood I SEEING ANYTIME IF ate on a beautifully shaded lot- of Ave. Will sell together or sepa 49 Rooms For Rent CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew Servicing Center. 204 N .

YOU WILL JUST CALL. news worthy because It Is JOYOUS LIVING Relax and rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- and Used $60 Main St.Phone FR 2.21.
realistically priced This nice this en 4752. LARGE room for working Complete line of photo supplies
in m
Hope property won't be on the market loy life and your family only. Rent single or double.: FULLER'S FOTO INC.
long Take advantage of this 3 broom, 2 bath hme. Large BEAUTIFUL COLONIAL HOMEIn NE 2nd Avenue. Phone FR 2- 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 GAINESVILLEAUTO
opportunity Don't wait Call rom wall car. the heart of Gainevie. Now FR 2-1185. : -
STREETFR 1981 or
4th
S.E.
"H" Inc. 1123 FR 2-3617. pet and fireplace. Separate has excellent Incoe. easily T-V antena. $3 single stack $7
4-5MI or FR 4-798 dinin room, Florida Room built- be restored. Will consider NICELY furnished. Private entrance stack$13.00 complete kit. SALES

We Trade Homesor ASSOCIATES kitchen plus a suburban property or acreage In bath and parking space. Jim NW 8 AveDOWLING'S .
pati. on large beautiful wooded trade. 376-096. Excellent heat, business man or UPHOLSTERY 1007 N. Main St. ,
Property J. Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth graduate student. 1514 NE 7th Phone FR
Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire 42 Farms & Acreage St. After 4 P. M Cair l as a$s per No m. Northcentrol 2-631 MILLERM
dow" mt
Multiple Listing CONVENIENT easy walking distance Fld.
to 2 ROOM FOR man student in NW Free etiates. pickup c
frame cwtow on paved broom BY OWNER to settle an estate. section. no smoking. Phone 376- livery srie. All work guaran Largest BROWN ?

east of new Post Office building. 140 Ings acre miles farm and west s bid 0004. teed. Ph 376-71 Inpnnt Dealer 1030 E. Univ. _-1

Properly priced for a cash deal. 3 Fed. Hwy. 129, $130 Gaines per IN WALDO-- furnished rooms fo NEW and used chain saws, lawnmowers 2-3582
SERVICES vie. Call FR men with sher linens and edger tampers light f
Lovely acre wooded lots in excel- 6-S maid serice. plants cbe. Brigs Value
Ph 418 Rated
lent N W location. Restricted. 80 & and
Paved streets $3,950 and ACRE NICE ROOMS close In, central Stratto. service.
South of sales
up West of Retal
US 41. nicely rolling with beautiful heat, off street parking. Refrig. Meyers Power an. 230 NE Used Cars 1964
_. available. 531 SE 2nd PI. Phone 16th Ave. Phone 3743411.SPECIAL .
large trees. Partly cleared,

Home And BusinessAuto M.M.PARRISH. suitable Ing. Several for lovely pasture home or fam sites. 372.22 '30 high T.V. All channelT.v. B&G MOTOR CO. I

Only $120 per acre. Hal cash 50 Mobile Homes mas.. antenna wire. Cadillac Oldsmobile
and 5 year terms. S. SAPP, I
bracket. 2COI NW 13th
St.
mounting
REALTOR, NEWBERRY. FOR RENT FURNISHED ON Silver 75 guy wie. FORD-

Bulldozing HOME REPAIRS Lake"52x2 BR deluxe trail Stan Of1 everything you --- ------ ------- I

ASSOCIATES INC 34 acres, paved highway front- er 123' lalousied porc rubber n Only $18.95
SMALL bulldozer, loader dump HOUSE REPAIRS & PAINTING H. Wayne Hill Hele age 6 miles of Alachua. tile cein '62 BUICK 4 door I
trks fill dirt, lime rock. Topsl. 2 yrs. experience Carolyn Pooley Mary Parrish $150.00 per acre. Cal Ben ont large utility room $65 Also channel master "Econo K sedan, aomatic LSab

377Heating Phone 376-0191 1 N E First Street Tel 372-5375 fen. FR W. Kirkpat- Phone 475 or FR 6316I $12.WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER per steering, per traisi baes, CLEARANCE

rick Agency. trailer for rent. Moore Hawthorne Rd. 372-3 i. heater, citi
FORDYCEREALTOR TOBACCO ALLOTMENT Have bro 2330 E. Univ. Ave.. low miles. .
Upholster Par WE WANT TO buy late model used SS
Air ConditioningALL Gilchrist County. 120 acre farm 37616. High
** mile rellto Excepill MELTON MOTORS
UPMOLSTER your furniture .treasonable highway frontage 2 bed
Types Residential Oil HealIng prices. Cal Sally ro home tobacco barn and 1. 51 Misc. Rentals WILSON'S r EXCHANGE 703 N. MAIN ST. SALE
Equipment Cleaned Servic Experienced. FR 4241N tobacco allotment. Exc.lentterms. .I 67
FR 4-4479.
111 S.E.
let Street Phone
W 13th Ter. TRAILER/ SPACEFOR
ed. Call T. (Tommy) Howze.
S ALMOST NEW Marc chain saw -- --- --- -
FR 261.Morgage. ANGLE REAL ESTATE RENT --I
sale. FR
OPEN HOUSEat fo Call 627.REPSSEED
Call us for detailsC. $20 MONTHNewberry

BrokerMORTGAGUMONEY Remodelngc 709 N.W. 20th St. Come by and L. Angle Broker Trailer Park POOLEGABLEMOTORS :
see this Delightful long O. J. Associate Newberry, Fla. 1944 ZigZag
YOU NEED Florida ex h. liv Ale Matl
r more room, ro keg wi"fire place separate NW 13 36-69 does all fancy It ics andbuttonholes I SHAW

5V* per cent Interest. Terms t o maybe a complete n r w and dining attractive room.bedrooms Florida make room 2 Acres, paved rd. 112 terms. 51-A Wonted To Rent Reliable wi attamts. DODGE-DART
For a free
estimate. & acres paved rd. $ I
2 year guara this livable home. Located 4 payments $8.20 each. Mik
BUILD REFINANCECall a truly FURNISHED APT. WANTED
teed
work phone 1400 n.r o
3728049.EXPERIENCED C near J. J._ Finley School ae within 10 miles of to Univ. couple. Call FR 2-9317 ell Sewing Mai Sri TRUCKS '
b &
Dn Byrd Ph 3763875FHA Water oft day.N 2 St. 2-S O'clo Son the Investor.Ranttes paved rd. frontage after I PM for Rm. 2 W. Univ. 313 119 SE lit Ave. 372.4

CARPENTERPaint 2 Il acres $5500.00. WANTED to lease in Si LM QUAILS for sole live o
and conventional at lowest and repair jobs ier Yonge area -d
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Terms carpenter perm ROMN Moeller 3 o PI house. s- 7401. dressed. Phe 481-2674. -
rate t 2
cur w hI ta
Gloss discuss CALL FR 6,4907 Inspired patio. BR, 2 bt living Mar o KEETER
yer WD n LET'S TRADE
Call tomorrow. room wrepla. r WANTED to rent or buy and takeover
tired for
your air conditioner a
oiati. Paper Hanging Painting sq. ft. 3 4 BR. 2 bath TROPICAL
faml o
busi Real paynts. rebuilt
CLASS U our only KIRKPATRICK washer, freezer refrigerator
AUTO 31 2-4 Tile of All Kinds Linoleum a lovely setting only 29,500. house peeraby NE section. Cal
iaati N I P Call dishwasher.
la. Wall Fordyce o
M FRED Dr Wo 31612A 1B19 W. University Ave. FR 3620. SHOP PONTIAC
beauty value your A. B AND C 6 Al HNDYMN j 238 W. University

AUTO t Gl c At.D Mclntosh, Fla. 51.31 home with PREOWNED aglore. 3bedrooms 100 a fenced and c. 53 Office-Desk Space 6 302 N.W. 8th Ave.
-MDIN FH_ CNVENTON .etae hi -rln p f hot GRAND OPENING
S. 62Aut Phone FR 6-5371
._3 New Used FR I
buti lanr R'ITY BUILDING & Mai 2-2583
RoofingC. -EC O1
121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH S3 fenced FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES, INC.
I
Ave. Class A
1105 W. University

: Equipment F. H. A.Conv. LoansFORDYCE excl Florida Park. FHA 6-1 .11. 924 W. REALTORS O Space. Air fi., eleva Typie Adding machines. n ___ ___ __ ___ _ _
L
Check
ASSIATES INC HRREL abe. Foc Unl. 3'12 to e-tr parking. Janitor CI reiste pote
Call fRo 4-4404 Fil cbs
rebuilt RE
HYDRAULIC JACKS
t. .6 W. UnI. ".,7 For all and re BEAUTIFUL 43 Colored Property se Ivailbe EQUIP.
'_ xcnangedJ Repair kits yr ri n landscaped corner lot in Woodland 2319. .. FIE CHECK PROTECTOR CO.

.- Walker Walker Jacks. Hydraulic Factory uthortzSd Jack- OFFICE EQUIPMENTSAVE pir al u Myi Terrace. Llgustrwm hedge HOMES FOR SALE 'TWO oI l completed, firstclass. 2727 N 6n St. 1965 ENGLISH FORDS ARE HERE,
and redwood fence. 3 bedroom 2 2 3 to each office.
SE 14th St.
HULl & b BUFFET. 2 mirror tub.
51.-vIce Agent.
BRAE &
URVCE & SUPPLY- $ Sing Machine Repair washer bath with Included.refrigerator Only range 517 M 7 Ave :1 down py. $75 2615 per N.W. .St.each.. Nationwide Locaied lavoratory, c wvdr P 374- SEE THEM NOW.

FR 1187if Have .eor Service Dept. repair. Call Fordyce mt pt 1 t $ Insurance, FR 62. 7
clean o adlust your office m CALL-SfiwiNG MACHINE SER 6-12 A h buD o your Jt I BLACK-DECKER 4Vi inch electric

AdvertisingBOQKJHATCH chine VICE CO. its W. FORDYCEASIATES wi n d payment. P 54 Business ReatalaRGEShOPbuiidinO. saw, good condition $40. Phone
Excellent .:Compare our Ave. 313 We Unis_ 2 FR 2-8620 o FR J. English Ford the only import with 24,000-24
Prices. .
ADVERTISING UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP. _Makes. W fulty guaranteed. It INC New Quality Hugh Eaa buut Long tem kTTIC Antique chime c-eck month warranty.

.:. -end MONOGRAMINO & CHECK PROTECTOR OX t T br bat lease. Ret o sale. 2007 hE SJ SL Iron shavemg .
te
Grace .
Cell Hank FL TELEVISIONPICTURE Fordyce Broker
lo l I Ave $ bookshelf
p 6-S
$ 2777 NW 4th
t2"._ _ S. Aates SZ c o ara termsto SMALL warehouse _for rent. chest elrar 51 habrd sive chair, Quality increased-Prices reduced
TUBE Repair Harvey Beto D1 Gl si NE $>; gas crate
SI b. 6 BYRD wae .
L DAN
Plumbing ill O. C. Gay
15th
: Appraisal Service plus $10 Di Bas $30; reducing t25 dish
I m1
D. Year t I' -France Hough Gl Hugh Edwards Inc. 3768268.FOR e Xmas gif -* ", AT CRANE MOTOR CO.
.
: : INSTALLEDNEW Reconditioned Wlra. 96 Univ. 376-12 Ph0ne3747971LOTS Nebr FR 24047 after
r ARNOLD SEER tro S.9S LEASE ft. Ro -
9' w y'OREALZOI_ tiituies- THE VARIEIY FOR SALE 3 BR. I b.tti.CCB W. lU Price sebii weekdays, wee ids.OOD 1
.- < .*EAI.ITAT& A,111 ..:plumbing service "" co I S.E. 1st Avl home well landscaped completely I am Ieret In buying several U"i. 1 C; clean GE 516 S. MAIN ST. FR 6-2425-FR 2.3631

--4- ._. ; -_ .SIRVIC.U1W.UNIV..VL ,HUGUIEY. GIUI PIU 4_ Technicians with experience fenced, total price SI UOO. Cl lt t right price.. Can p m B Hr1. Hay, luxe washer Call Fiel 0 -
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US' GomeivHle Sun ,; September 2.2. 1964

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Bailey Urges





. College DAYTONA BEACH Survey(AP) -


Thomas studies superintendent should D. Bailey, be says,made state thorough before school Open 'Til 9 Tonight!



new universities and collegesare

set up in Florida.

Speaking at the dedication of

a $475,000 addition to Daytona

Beach Junior College, Bailey

said: 3 CYCLE

Legislative courtesy and leg-

islators' whims should play no

part in site selection of Flor

ida's colleges."

Bailey called for an increase'

technical and vocational education DELUXE

at the junior college and

high. school levels.

I INpt


An enterprising chef at the

SL-Louis World's Fair of 1904

introduced a new delicacy -

beef chopped, broiled and serve


ed-on IN THE a COURT bun. OF THE COUNTY .

J.UPGE IN PROBATE.ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA. I IMcDUFF'S

I HECTOR' MCLEAN of GRADY : I

*"* Deceased.
To"All Creditors and Person Having'Claims
*
: or Demands Against Said Estate

"You and each of you art hereby notified \-
and required to present any claims
and demands which you or either of
'yea may have against the estate of
HECTOR MCLEAN GRADY. deceased
late-of said County, to tie Courty Judge
-ef-Alachua County, Florida, at hn office
.to*.the court house of said County at
-Gainesville Florida, within six calendar
.months from the time of the first publication AUTOMATIC WASHER!
of this notice. Each claim or
_demand shall be in writing, ano shall
State the place of residence end post
office address of the claimant ant shall
be sworn to by the claimant, his agent,
his attorney and any such clam or demand -
not so filed shall be void.

As GEORGE administrator GRADY,.f the Estate of oNf
HECTOR MCLEAN GRADY
Deceased
Lazonby, Dell, Graham
Willcox & Barber
Attorneys for AdministratorFirst

'(3636)publication'22. 29; 10 September:6. 13_22. 144
NOTICE OF SALE :::

,TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: \ FANTASTIC LOW PRICEI
You are hereby notified that the following -
motor vehicle: 1962 Store 6 4dr \
S:i2Xl5030, will be sold at public sale ,
at 10:00 AM o'clock on the 28ft day of .
Sept.. 196at 1321 North Main St.
'Gainesville, Florida. The proceeds of the
sale will be applied to the pavment of \
the cost of retaking, storing and sale
of said motor vehicle and ths cost of
publication of notice of sale and then \
to the satisfaction of fie balance due ., % .-
under the contract with Edward E. Hy. .
der 2016 N.W. 34th Ave., Gainesville .., \ \ I I ;.,,.,.,..
Florida, covering the financinq ot said
motor vehicle. Any surplus will be paid %
y' % $
to-you and you will remain liable for 4Ii \ \
any contract.balance remaining unpaid under said )

Dated this 9th day of Sept.. 1944. .
I "
ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT
CORPORATIONBY .
,
: H. L, JAMERSON -" '- .. t.
Gainesville. Florida :' '' I97
(3434) *22_ J
NOTICE OF SALE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
You are hereby notified that the following .
motor vehicle: '1962 Stude 4 4dr
S&2X15030. will be sold at pubic sale at
10:00 AM o'clock on tne 28th day of
.
September 196.4 at 1321 North Main St., "
Gainesville Florida. The proceeds of the
sale will be applied to the payment of
the cost of retaking, storing and sale "
of said motor vehicle and the cost of -
publication of notice of sale find then > I IY'
to the satisfaction of the balance due <
under the contract with Edward E. Red-
linger. P. O. Box 48. Lake Waiet. Florida .
covering the financing of said motor
vehicle. Any surplus will! be paidto
you and you will remain liable for '


any contract.Dated balance CORPORATIONBY ASSOCIATES this remaining fth day DISCOUNT of unpaid Sept.under, 1964.said : : "- % :I 'to'\l' \) YOU CHOOSE YOUR OWN TERMS


: H. L. Jamerson ,
Gainesville. Florida
(3633) ':22_ .

IN EIGHTH THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT Or IN AND THE 90tlto \N51D;.U6' From Several Payment Plans That We Offer

FOR ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDAIN .;
CHANCERYJ.
R. CRANE. JR.. and wife. AN
LOIS B. CRANE ;: 6f.1'

-VI-ELLIS Plaintiffs T. LONG. and wife OU1'Si. C CHECK ALL THESE DELUXE FEATURES

CHRISTINE L. LONG. 11
Defendants. i.
CHANCERY NO. 12114CFORECLOSURE 1\\ ----
OF CONTRACT =----- WASHES BIG 14LB. SELECTIVE LOADS DUAL LINT FILTERING SYSTEM
NOTICE OF SALE
Pursuant to the provisions contained In
the Final Decree of Foreclosure en- LOW WATER PRESSURE COMPENSATOR "DEEP DIP" TRIPLE RINSING
tered by the above styled Court in the
above entitled case of the! 18th day of FOUNTAIN FILTER WASHING ACTION BEAUTIFUL SILHOUETTE STYLINGIN
September A. D. 1964 the undersignedClerk MODEL LW 452 / .
of said Court will offer for sale
and sell at public outcry at the front TURQUOISE WASHES ALL FABRICS SAFELY EASY TO CLEAN LINT FILTER
door of the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Alachua Coun'y, Flori PRICED WITH
da. at Gainesville. Florida, at 11:00 A.M. PORCELAIN FINISH RUST PROOF! 5 YEAR TRANSMISSION GUARANTEE
on the 30th day of September. A. D. YOUR TRADE-IN /
1944 the following described real property
with all Improvements, situated In
Alachua County Florida:
Commence at the Northeast corner _____u___ *iaBHK HHHHBBHHaHBBBiaB
of _Lot Twenty-five (25) In Section
Fifteen (15) Township Ten (10)
South Range Twenty (20) Eat and
run.South 120 feet to the point ofbeginnings -
thence run South 90 feet HotpuoinirAutomatic
thence run West 105 feet; thence run
North 90 feet thence run East 105
feet to the point of beginning all .
lying and being In Lot Twenty-five '
(257. In Section Fifteen (15), Township FREE
(20) East.Ten (10) South, Range Twenty \.a.d. I '' ',rFkl

to the highest and best bidder for cash, + DRYER
pursuant to law and In accord with the
provisions contained In such Final Decree Ih
of Foreclosure. ,,
Dated this 21st day of September. A.D. ,: N, i
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,J .B. CARMICHAELClerk of the Circuit Court 1..
BY: (s) Nancy J. Pace BASKET OF TIDE!
Deputy Clerk $
(COURT SEAL) J
(3635)922 n.n n..
IN THE CIRCUIT COUkT OF FLORIDA h'1!' !. =
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR ALACHUA COJNTY McDUFF GIVES YOU A DELUXE BAMBOO rrlil
AT LAW. U.
rT !..1.1IHu
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION LAUNDRY BASKET CHOCK FULL OF TIDE

a Delaware Corporation '
..,Plaintiff ENOUGH TO DO YOUR LAUNDRY FOR ; i rwpIl ak la
KENNETH H. TINSLEY and ,]. ;

EDITH!Defendants.B. TINSLEY ry' A WHOLE YEAR! ABSOLUTELY FREE OF FULL SIZE, BIG CAPACITY FULLY AUTO. J

JOE M. CREVASSE JR., as Sheriffin ANY ADDITIONAL CHARGE WITH MATIC CLOTHES DRYER. CLOTHES ARE ;
:and for Alachua County. Florid*. PUR-
DRIED SOFTER, FLUFFIER, EASIER TO IRON.

Garnishee.NOTICE OF SUIT CHASE OF THE LW 452 WASHER. AUTOMATIC TIMER, LETS YOU SET IT AND

TO.: KENNETH H. TINSLEY FORGET IT! Model LB 425
andEDITH
B. TINSLEY
602 North Limestone
Gaffney. North Carolina
-
Yen are hereby notified trat a- actionat ,
law has been brought against you 8 r V
I
by.Household Finance Corporation, a Delaware
Corporation. In the Circuit Court, NO EXTRAS TO BUY. AT McDUFF!
Eighth Judicial Circuit. in and for Ala .
chua County. Florida. The nature of the \
action Is to recover upon a Judgment
obtained against you In the State ot South
Casolina. You are hereby summoned, er.clerecl
and required to tile.. your written i
Answer or defense to the Comoialnt fled SERVICE WITH EVERY APPLIANCE
herein In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court In and for Alachua THAT YOU PURCXASEIDELIVERY
County Florida on or before 27 October : .;
1964."and to serve I copy el such Answer FREE
-cr defense upon Richard J. WIlson -
"Plaintiffs Attorney herein whose
address: ls 5 Sutheast First Street.
Gainesville Florida. 50 MILE RADIUS! ;
Herein tail not or default end lodgment
upon said default: will be entered
against each of you for the relief demanded
In the complaint. J
The action herein has been commenced .
by a Writ of Garnishment In which
the Plaintiff has sought and obtaineda ;
writ of Garnishment under which the
Plaintiff has attached all property real ;

or control personal of the In the Garnishee possession named, custodyor here COR.N. MAIN & 12th AYE. -

in.and Joe for M.Alachua Crevasse.County Jr.Florid, as SheriffIn :: :'

Witness my hand as Clerk of said 1
Circuit Court of Alachua County. Florida : I
and tit' teal ot said Court at
Gainesville. Alachua County Florida, on
the 18 day of September A.D. 1964. {
J B. CARMICHAEL PHONE FR 61296eSi
Clerk of the Circuit Court I
(SEAL)
BY: Cherriee Hales
Deputy Clerk .
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